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 18, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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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: VID00999
Source Institution: 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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rJ \- KlMliMtr; '; ;: .".7. KMaMUfced I8B4,) Cananlldatrd .N.......... Ifl, 1HBT.Ovrrola ,KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY. 18, 1921 yoL'. XXIV-No. 10
Uamrttv,. KMabllnked: 110181. Oaeeola tHnl by l>nrrliaM J..JIO.ltM1S.

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SECOND REGIMENT MARCH AN ASSET WHOWill HAVE CAR ,GIRLS COLLECTED NICE'-SUM ESCAPED .
GOLFING PRISONERCLEVERLY
ARREST FIFTY .MEN FEATURED FOR SUNDAYThe FOR 'NEAR. EAST RELIEF .
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\ TO WORK EACH ONE regular by Sunday the Kissimmee afternoon Concert entertainment -- OF EXTREME VALUEProper LADEN WITH BOOZE? the The band liberality concert of last those Sunday listening\ after to. CAPTUREDBY

noon was exemplified'when a group! J.
Band 'will commence promptly '
four o'clock 'as Is the custom, and For Fine Links Fine Car- Liquor of girls interested in collecting funds '
Touring
Publicity Carrying SHERIFF
HALF DAY ON ROAD the will! for the Near East .Relief passed. FARMER :
following splendid
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be rendered: program Found Here Will' Draw Many Salvaged by Sheriff, Now a Prob fbugh the crowd and sought con- '

March (by request) "Second Regi- Lovers of Sport to' Kissimmee lem For The Court tributions. The action was well received -
Out Io The Wilds Sheriff Surprised .
\ Half-Hundred Men With Shovels and ment" _________. _____ _-__ Reeves by the audience. The collection ,
t Hoes Could Make Fine Showing Overture-"Zampa" _______. Herald !Few spots can be found in Florida Who will have the fine Auburn car amounted to forty dollars whichwas The Man Who'd. Sworn He'd Not

. One-Half Valse-"D'Amour"] ._ _.,1 ZamecniC without some special drawing-card-- which Sheriff Farmer recently "dis turned over to .Miss Elsie Nor Be TakenJoe ;
Working Steadily Day
Selection.,-"Faust" .__ -_ ._ Gounod and among those who spend winter cov rM" in the mud about twenty- ton.The
. of lovers five. miles east of Kissimmee? work of collecting these fund!
Melodies thousand : The'I
It has been suggested that if th> Popular in this state are I Tracy. reputed forger: Jail-
.. ((11)) Japanese Sandman _.Whitney of golf. 'I car was carrying at least twenty-one was done by Misses Margaret Brun- breaker and the maker of Shine" .1t
J I chief of police would swear out war- (b) Just Like A Gypsy...Nora Daves Kissimmee. is fortunate in havingat quarts! of fine liquor, and the driver son, Elizabeth Barber Lydia Cop- is once more in the bastile of Osceola ,
lants against fifty able-bodied citizens National Anthem __u_ _______ Key its doors excellent golf facilities..1 had been unable to clear. his vehicle; I(nard. Elizabeth C(>nnard. and flofothy county-with very little likelihood ofbeing
f I of Kinsimmee, making the The grounds are excelled at but fo'V but the sheriff couplet on to It and I Wells, under direction of MissViolet free for some time to corn'?.
charge "Non-Attention to Best BuaiI Up to this time no woman in Kis\ points in Florida-just now it is a'' hauled it to this city without much Bullock and was a most timely The capture was made Saturday '

I "ness Interests," and demanding thai simmee has "announced" as a can question if anything better than (''''1 effort. Then he sought for the man I| act. right by Sheriff Farmer and Deputy- '

the court sentence each of the offenders 1 didate for public office. be found than the links here. They 'who was carrying: the goods. I sheriff Bronson at a point a dozen
.j. to work one-half day on tI.t'l are well-cared for and well-kept up; The car is claimed by W. II. Underbill miles east, of Saint Cloud: on the '
I "missing. link," that portion of the and players who have traveled much of Fort Meade but who recently BUSINESS COLLEGE shore of a marshy lake so hidden *
city highway located in the Cane WORK TO CONTINUE and followed the ball over many i bought it from a Burtow firm; that hut few could have found the I
Breeze ,section a temporary ini- grounds are strong in their praise of the tag of the Bartow firm was still pot: and having found the Jake
1 rovcment could lie brought about t the links in Kissimmee. on the car when found. Underhill OPENING SESSION here. would have been much confusion
I which would be of value to the city I ON IMPROVEMENT OF The grounds are owned by the Kic-! claims the car had been stolen from I Ii in locating the stills-and tho\ ;;
and would i-pur up t the citizens to securing I II cimmee Club Company, and lie immediately him and that he had been hunting forit 'I
I\ sonic official action which I II south of the city-in plain without avail ; but* the morning after ON COMING MONDAY I man.Fortune favored the sheriff w.o >
would make the improvement permanently view from the business section of the sheriff took it Underhill i had been on the lookout for Tracy ,
I THE KISSIMMEE RIVER '
; Kissimmee, yet far enough ,distant t,> claimed it. The news seemed to -- I II since before taking his official\ pool- "|

meet with no interference from the I have traveled rapidly I Promoters Believe Prospects: Fully !; tion in January-in !spite of the message -
i Fifty men with shovels and hoes- Congressman Sear Insists Upon Increased general public. At n meeting of thin Proceedings have lieen entered in sent bv Traey: "You let .menlone
Justify Establishment of Business.
\ Fifty men in llx-ir king-cloths I organization on Saturday evening; ..OUlt before Judge C. O. Andrews by and J'1I't\ you alone!" For a '
Fifty im'ii on the Cape Br'ze'ay I I Expenditures to Complete the following directors of the company Milton Pledger County prosecuting I' College in Kissimmee I time Tracy's actions' were negligible ,
; Fifty men in one-half day-- I Work on River were chosen : attorney, to 'establish, the rightof but of late he has I been growing bold
f ('ould make t thai mad of a better I Directors-H.I A. I Hunter.I .1. Wiide O"'oln'counl 'v to the machine; and I After a careful canvass of I this city -assuming that he had the sheriff
.. class' Congressman \\'. .1. Scars" ,called I Tucker. L. A. I lanil It(Ill. Mis.t! i K.Meiklojon i i1 the raw had not been disposed,! of for the )past week Mrs. Etta: Lee; (Ii cowed; yet all the time that official
, And .savi' the ,..u".ingof those whoOUII I, to Jacksonville! from Washington (to ; : S. I.. 1.uifcr.V.; 15. MH-! when The (;lazctU. went to press. !Mr. i Ken-in representing! the Nation il II i has been on duty on the Tracy trill.

pn''s; confer L upon i important state matters, kinson, and II. C. Stanford.( Fiomthe. Und"1 hill churns. that he ran prove Business College Company, feels ju"-I Saturday afternoon the sheriff and ,
\ (' fill I the ruts and smooth (!lie l I made u brief visit to Kissimmee toinvestigate .-e directors, H. A. Hunter was. the t t theft of the par i and of his ig- I t tified in announcing as appears deputy went to the locality where '
way ; the progress of the work selected\ 1 as president t. .1. Wade Tucker 11011111,,(, (it.any illegal use to which another column of this issue o'f ThjfjnsHlte. .. th're'wa8 a chance of locating Tracy.

And do. much good in half-a-day& on the Kisjymniee river. and ascertained vice-president and I. A. I Hamilton Die vehicle. ) wn'.. put. ; ; that the first session: of the They left their car and walked
I t hat the work was about tocease. l secretary-treasurer. ( Kissimmee National Business! Col'lojre I nearly two miles through a dense '.
This plan would. (five publicity toKissimmee. . The l appropriation for the improvement There is still another association! : ORLANDO FAIR ATTRACTS I' will take' place on Monday next marsh, taking their cue from a trail '
r i and,I would I In I ing !before work was nearly exhaust having; in direct Vhaige the ground. MANY FROM KISSIMMEE and the front suite! of offices over along which vehicles had travelled "'
a the people the tenets of local pro- ,"(I. and the dredge was to pulll\ away known as the Kissimmee Golf Club. Bank of (Osceola County has 'h"1 to carry material fo-'If,the stills and |
0 jrresMon 11IIn easier yet more pro-- leaving the work in the vicinity of One of tie chief aims of this club '.s I Hundreds I of Kissimmee residents i secured for the location. going after the finished product and *
i.ounced in an ncr than would be resultant Lake Cypiess and the Southport canal to popularize the sport as much .ariossible have been "doing the fair" at Orlando -| This educational institution haibeen I Keeping mostly in the marsh in thacentre ,
by any other conservative in bad shape.Congressman among the "home-people;" one or more days this week and before referred to as a branch I of which is a lake of constderable -
iiet 1(111. There would lie no cost at- Sears immediately io urge golfing among those living! I a still larger number intend to spend 'of a series of colleges of like char- size. It was on this body ufmiter ;

tiiched! to the proceedings. The men wired a long explanatory message to in Osceola county as well as among/ tQdav and tomorrow seeing I the magnificent cter established and now being conducted that a boat was seen *ppnoaching I
,'.)uld bv taken from the stores and I Washington stating I that the withdrawn tliorte who arc spending, the s'a"on' displays that are !being in various! portions of th;! as darkness came on, and ., .1}
i of lues! and workshops and of the dredge at this time here, who have never become acquainted shown there., In every way the exposition country. The establishment of one the actions of the occupant convinced i i
I and each be given strict j'araK"1 would leave matters in such shape I with the sticks. This Hub : is proving a I splendid thing of these colleges, in Miami a few I the officers that it was Tracy- j

: tions to applear at the designated" that there would be a large increase has as directors H. Hrvair. W. F. Potter : for not only Orange; county but for !'years ago proved a great help for probably coming out to sleep or wait ','
I spot promptly at one o'clock armed I in cost when the improvement wa< R. I). Waring, S. H. Bullock. Edgar I the countieis surrounding it; and students I on the lower east coast- for someone expected. \
I eiuipM'| | and provided with one of resumed; whereas if the work wn.= I : Katz. II. A. Hunter, J. Wade the time devoted to viewing the vast ''and it is. believed the same results\ [. The officers were not far from one 'I
the working tools of the profession. I continued a consequent saving would Tucker G.; P. Garrett; ? and I.. A. i number of I showings is well spent. \ will accrue to those attending the of the only two landing-places on i
to-wil : one hoe. or one rake.. or on- follow. Chief Engineering' Department Hamilton; and W. A. 'McCool. Ir., Orlando, and the people at the headof institution in Kissimmee. There will | that shore' and it was at that point '
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shovel, or one spade: then and theieto Beach answered the message fills the post of men's captain, while the proposition deseive a great I i be a suitable corps of instructorsto the boatman pulled in, made fast his .
do penance for one-half day 1 because by informing CongressmanSears ;Mrs S. II. Bullock occupies the same I deal of praise for the successful be increased as the college shall boat took out his blankets, and ,
of his heretofore giligenco that the work would be continued position with the! members of her, culmination of their efforts.EDUCATIONAL I enroll pupils to a greater number; I started to camp for the night. It

in the way of providing the public and that arrangements for SESSIO'N- and! every. effort! : .will!. be put forth to.. was then the sheriff pulled on him. .1.
of the State of I"lorida-as well :as the additional funds had been made. sex.In nearly all cluhs of this natur I give instruction in the way best and ordered his hands up. For a
I other states-with a possible plausi-"! The congressman was greatly rates are carried: that are so high as CALL MANY TO LIVE OAK ted to produce results.! nt-I second the man hesitated and It wan J
1 l.le. and tangible entrance to and pleased over the success of his action: to make exclusion rather than swell All interested in educational work 'believed he was to draw a gun-but f 1
exit from this city. -which assures a fc-rcat benefit to the membership and few !golf: I The eonferenceotcount superin- will watch the course of the college. the sheriff threatened to shoot If ,i/'
The prisoners could select from this county in the immediate completion grounds will accept players at lev. tendants and chairman of boards of with great Interest-and both theday Tracy made a move, and the arrest f
their number one supervisor who of the work that hasonf. than an even hundred dollars for the education throughout the\ stale, I sessions and the evening sessions was made with no added trouble! ":'J*;
would' have immediate charge of the been necessary. i iI season. The Kissimmee club\ has 1 which invited also all members, of promise much for the youno; I Tracy carried a pistol which was |
im"I'.vemt'ntonll' fat man who decided for the sake of stimulating the school boards is being largely \ people of Kissimmee. Parents wh> taken before the officers started on j'*
couldn't work or couldn't do mui-'i 'I KISSIMMEE VALLEY the sport, to make an exceedingly I att.<.pded at Live Oak this week-the plan better things for their children: I the march to the waiting automobile f,
if he did work; someone like Captain', ROAD ELECTS ITS low rate, and fifteen dollars, if paid conference having b'en..duly called will find that much expense may be and no Ajme was lost in placing himin

"' II. M. Breoker. The prisoners. should OFFICERS FOR YEAR fore the first of March. will cover I i by State Superintendent of Instru"1 eliminated by enrolling the studentsin I the county jail.
")I be selected from the business plates membership that includes the parents I tion Sheats. Those allt> the Kissimmee National Business I Tracy is a splendidly-formed man.

in the city. Every: county official I Routine business was transacteJ and children between the ages! ]i this county are C. E. Yowell county College and those in nearby cities under thirty years of age. lie was
every city official every garage every -: mid officers and directors for the Olr i 14 and 21. Single memberships superintendent, and W. C. Bass: will no doubt readily grasp the opportunity -I a member of the National Guard and
printery, every drugstore every elected at the annual meetings if, paid within the same time have I chairman of the boardHarmonlIull. offered by this institution. went to the border with Florida....
of the Chamber of Commerce year dollars. This step I of the board, and had the reputation of being
jneniher I of ,.the Kissimmee River Railway wen placed at .ten another member KISSIMM E"ETOSES GAME I troops,
office shouldprovide and the low prices the the best athletes in his
I every realty held in Tampa. das been taken who had contemplated attending among
the jyisoncrs; and therM\ Company Officers elected are S. Davies War. made merely to encourage those who .session having been too ill to start TO WINTER HAVEN TEAMIn company. In a boxing match he was
:, should real work be carried on. anJ Charles R. CappA' have a fancy for the sport to participate for that city. The visitors from Os- a hard man to touch and the authorities
l y ....j there should be a one-hundred percent vice-president field president;Robert L. Nutt< secretary in the most popular of 'all!! ceola county left at an early hour well-contested; game on Saturday are to be congratulated in se;

I Improvement made in the roadS and treasurer; F. .L. Nelli, athletic exercises at a price within on Monday-.and expect to-return to evening/ the Osceola high- eurlnhim/ with no determined fight i
;
\, within the time given.If assistant-secretary and treasurer;' L. the reach of everyone. Kissimmee on Saturday. school .team lost by a close marginto i He expressed himself as tired of tho '
I the people are really in earnest the visitors from Winter Haven business he' was carrying on, declaring -
auditor.
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of this R. Powell Jr., "DOLLAR DAY" SALVATION ARMY WORKERTO the at the end of the first lead
regarding the betterment The board of directors is composed ANOTHER score it was a tough life to ;

piece of road lying entirely within I of Mr. Warfield, Mr. Capps, Col. Pe-. COMES NEXT SATURDAY SPEAK HERE THURSDAY half showing but one point variance (Continued on rage .Tw) .
I this is the opportune time and the game terminating by ascore "
city now [
O. Knight J. A. Crenshaw, W. ',)
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to bring matters to a showdown., It'r Blake, Isaac S. Craft. C. Fred Headers of The Gazette should Colonel J. Hammond, who has just of 15 to 12 in favor of Winter IT WAS "SOME GAME"ASSERTS
of
----- -- 'Thompson, J. A. Griffin, W. A. Tur- eagerly watch for the announcements returned to Mobile from an extended Haven. It was an exemplification EYE WITNESS
METHODIST STUDENTS \| iwiler Henry E. Snow and B. W. in next week's issue of the European trip is touring Florida, I good work all through. J. O. Jones find -- .
Haven referee
coming "Dollar Day," which wlil and will speak from the bandstandin of Winter was I
CO-OPERATE I
ASKED TO Francisco. enthused
A. H. Fillers of Kissimmee, umpiredthe Tuesday evening an I'
,
of the coming next Thursday evening -
Saturday Kissimmee
--- take place on
.. bunch saw the ball tossed here anthere 1 .
,
'antest.IWOMAN
L. Harvey. of Live Oak, was ... un mac with the regular
Lloyd week-February z lay I I in conjunction I wrote the following '
has outa
'Hodnett sent a ;
Mrs. R. F. : spectator
this week. in allmercantile Colonel Ham :
to Kissimmee bargains the band.
a visitor there will be special concert by '
call asking that all former students there educational' : bit as the wild cries cleft the air:
the
establishments-and of
mond will speak
of Wesleyan college, or any The game began with a Treat deal "
much in his talk will VOTE HEAVY -
will be opportunities to save work of the army-and .
ether college, now located in the Orlando of >ep and enthusiasm on the partof
line of supplies of every sort. be of most interesting nature.W.
PAVEMENT the a
RELAYING both while the side lines ,
district, shall\) have a get-to sides
for the Salvation Army -
look closely White the
to of
Remember R. ,
of waited for the first goal to be shot.
gether meeting for the purpose annaunNments-and then in this city arrangingfor ELECTION t.
various has been IN THE CITY
confeiring and taking proper action ad- who will take And from the very spectacular position .
the goods of the energetic of citizens
I for the benefit of the youths of th"htate. CREATES DETOUR OF secure vertisers. a corps of the "drive" for the Army Sheldon Johnson shot the first
Mrs. Hodnett asks that allv.ho charge goal and those rooters on the sidelines
Saturday February 26-Dollar that will commence next Monday and MANY ARE REGISTERED boys.
are thus eligible shall write her, te.1ays. The local fairly shouted for our
t at 215 Church street or attend tht THREE CITY BLOCKSWork Day. ___ _ __ continue committee for consists of Marfon Carson Soon the game became so fast that
t meeting to be held on Tuesday FOUND THE PACKAGE vice- the officials had some difficulty ia
WHO chairman; Claude Harper Will Prove An Important
morning at ten o'clock at the Meth- Women keeping pace with the ball. There
After FOR THE VALLEY GAZETTE chairman:. S. Nelson. treasurer; The Choice .( Official traveling with the ball .
j odist church in this city.NATIONALLYKNOWN Will Be Soon Completed and Edgar Katz. Factor in was some
Johnston '
James M.
'Ii,
Which The Dixie Highway Will Be ( Hammond is Serve Kisiimmee and some personal contact fouls but
There is little doubt that the package The address of Colonel to the from
all enjoyed game
present,
t WOMAN Without A Break dropped last Monday from the to give additional weight to the workof -- the beginning, At the end of the

t TO SPEAK IN KISSIMMEE "Invitation Ship" enroute from Saint the committee. Of course there were many m..nwho first half the score was only 11 for
I
-- Because the pavement laid to complete Petersburg to Saint Augustine when were not forced to register, for ''Winter./ Park and 8 for KissimmeeAt
t Those who have listened to the the "missing link" in the southern that airplane was above Kissimmee, GIRLS PUT THE KIBOSH I the COl'llincity/ .1'l'lion-th'lr names the beginning of the second half

able lectures given in the Chapter portion of the city was not up tt was found by someone. It was OVER THE OCALA TEAM l hiving been on the list for previou 1 ,[ Sam Prather was substituted for

House by Dr. S. A. Sparks during the specifications contractors were plainly addressed l by Jack Das well, a I I like occasions; yet there were some I: Marvin Dupont and believe me. It eI ..
three c'onseuutive" Wednesday cvenings forced to take up the brick for a I newspaperman traveling with Lieutenant The girls 'basketball team of the who really and truly "forgot" to was a treat to see him cause the
_nd who appreciated the instructive space of several blocks and put in abase .John P. Wood, to The Valley ,,Osceola high school made a seconJ :take the proper steps. It is believed I, Winter Park captain to throw uo tt-"
I
& addiess. given last Wednesday that was considered Gazette and contained matters of I winning over Ocala' fine team on that no woman lost her chance t"> I"white flag," for he had evidently .{
evening by A. P. T.rry-will Because of this action cars p..rman"nt'l!: vital ijmparlance. It is hardly possible I Saturday evening when Kissimmeewent legalize her right of franchise. hnwr I found his match.

learn with pleasure that on next 'from the south, or deparl that the finder could not read to that city. The game was ever. for there were one hundred and It reminded one of college base ,
Wednesday evening and the one following -I direction are forced to take a -\-little: the address: nor is it barely probablethe not as pleasant as some that have thirty-one who interviewed the city 'I The fellows large and "
were
acceptable road- finder did not realize the breach occurred and it was found necessary clerk, properly answered all his in. ball.
I
February :UH!:! and March 1, detour over a very ? muscular and possessed a great deal
evidence that; delivering the pack make few changes; but Ih.* riuiaitive, questions and pttended to I ,
Mrs. . Cotman a f speaker uf way; but there is every of faith in not to a The Winter Park I
national will address. the citizens the work will be promptly completed.The age. Kissimmee was honored by "the Kissimmee girls won by a score of all the petty details. One hundredand 1 lof surplus would energy have weighed at least
J. of repute Kissimmee upon live topics: contractor admitted that the armat1-and; the thanks of the Val- 10 to 8. At the end! of the first half I thirty white women may, there team the than .:
twenty more to man
pounds
/ of the day. Mrs.: Cctman has taken bed upon which the brick were laid Icy azette; are extended-even the score was 0 to 1 in favor orKisinimee. -- fore participate{ in the I'lection-the team with lit-
Kissimmee yet.
: the ,
it should have sorely derelict This is the second victoryover hundred and thirty-first woman
what was
active in nulionul''U.ntionl'-- was not precisely bough; someone I one better team
and there part are few men so *-versed been but there was an evident desireto in his duty.DiETITIAN. the Ocala girls, the other game being of a shade and texture not admissible lie woik more practice will and win the next ,i
boys
.I'ia. questions. '" go to no extra expnese to mako I having been played in this city. I to a "white" primary. There, our at '
I in political that is to be soon plaved
ADDRESSMOTHERSTEACHERS the game
WILL --
-- --- registered during'
Kissimmee and the work 'pro -- were ,tea men
to things
Cotman conies proper; the end
Mrs. BUNGALOW the Winter Park. The score at
COMMUNITY books at .
with lecent opening.-the
aniniprfct CLUB
Mothers-Teach ceeded, Well as possible - -
of the as
under auspices favorof
the stood 19 to 11 in
the AND SOLD of the city clerk. of game
the influence base. Before highway COMPLETED office
: ers Club and through Winter Park. The line-up was as
,. of University of Florida. At this could be legally accepted it commenced Professor Charles: ; B. McFerrin of There are now six hundred and fifty ,
q writing it is probable the auditorium to show the imperfect condition Chicago, food scientist and dietitian, The charming" bungalow! on Main t voters on the books of the city. follows: Park
'
J' 0 in the school house will be ul<('d' for and investigation upon the partof will speak' at the Chapter House tbisaft..rn street finished through the enterprise One hundred and thirty-one of theseare Kissimmee: Position: Winter
these two meetings. as there will no the council followed. This result: on at three-thirty o'clock on of some of the members of an women-leaving, if all are qual- Bullock, Right Forward. Shanahan
'I doubt be a large audience anxious to was that the brick had to be taken "What's The Matter With Everyone association who advanced the funds I ified. 519 men. With the women Carter, Left' Forward HunterJohnson
\ ; FIve
I this gifted woman; but definitearrangements up and the work done as it should ?" He couples with his information for the undertaking, has been sold. having one-fifth of the votes their Center
hear}
will be announced ax have been done in the first place.: a strain of humor, and his talksan' The intention of those funding_ the I influence is hound to be felt in tlia' DuPont Left Guard Taylo.rBullock
I : said to be very instructive. No building was merely to stimulate choice of officers. Just what action Left Guard B. Taylor

# soon as completed.: .- BITING DOG IN CITY admission fee will be charged, and building--and the result shows a they will take-whether they will' Substitutes for Kissimmee: Gra.

I PLAYERS .. WAS KILLED YESTERDAYIt the general public is Invited. Following clever residence the adaptability and hold a mass meeting as has been ham Prather. Substitutes for Win-
BASKETBALL the health lesson Professor attractiveness of which cannot be suggested and vote upon a set of ter Park: Hotard Barrs. .
,f I WILL GO TO EUSTIS ; will be well tor citizens to' keepa McFerrin; will answer all queries found in Kissimmee. candidates to support or will work .

lookout for strange dogs whose actions which may be propounded.Mr. The property has been purchased independently is a matter of conjecture Call Far Meeting
H i* The baskl'tbal'm of the high- are queer and notify the cniel by George P. Garrett. of tbe.Iegal! w

1 lt r school of Kissimmee will go to Eus- of police when such an animal is and Mrs. W.J L. Thorndyke and firm of Johnston & Garrett.I. But in any event. .the women will Member of the Ohio Club are notified

-'.'. tis today. where there will be a con- seen. Yesterday a dog dashed about daughter Miis-sWylena Thorndyke carry much weight in the coming there will be a meeting of the
teat with the high school team of the city biting such dogs as it met,, drove to ""thehiarhest point in the P. Timmons. of Kissimraee election. organization on Monday evening,

-,1 iJI.! .l- that city. It is expected that a con- ran under the house of H. M. Porter,, state" on Sunday-and were guests spent! Sunday and Monday1 and lit Gainesville Mr.- 7.ach Bass \a., in Jaclcaonville February 21, at seven-thirty o'clock. '
I 4 iderable number of fan. from hereI on East Bass street, bit another doa Of the family, of Editor Worthington, with his uncle aunt Attorney bUll- There will be an entertaining musical -
t the players. found there) and tried to bite a small at Lake 'Wales, for a brief time. It and Mn. J. II. Alderman. It seemed on Monday upon legal rendered.'F'
I ,:, fcwill accompany animal that section of to him here again, for he ness-and on Thursday was called program
-Next Friday the Eustis team will boy in the yard. The odendinjr was their first trip to rood see Bnsh- DR. J. T. RICIEL
of business to
v. V to Kissimmee for the return was Immediately followed and Florida-and was extremely pleaa- i* popular with all our people.-' upon matters President. ,
fcome
of Flakier.
: nell the eountyseat
New
: game. -.....r...i. was soon shot. tag in every way. Gainesville

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TWO THE K1SSIMMEE VALLJEY GAZETTE:, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, '1821 ,
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? INCOME TAX-PAYERS . Making' Runs By Airplane mee are of late design, have fine cOp J
: l' I MAY ..RECEIVE ADVICE pet-- worms and differ greatly from
those commonly used in surreptitious
.
I I There"will. be a deputy collector To Reach Kissimmee Today "shining," and the of fleet'a arc clpHC

) \ of internal .revenue in KiaRimmee, 1 H.crttod : on the trail of the purlieu furnishiru .. ,
, I . ut the courthouse, on Fridaviui them. There was, a ionsjdcr!. boquantity.of .
! tot tho purpose of juiftmlirjf the inOOIJKJ .j after the stllU were taken '.
I lax-puyei of( steola county.l.'U flom, their cleverly-devised hidingplace -

., WMVicejj will hc free of cobt to '1 1I 1I I -and there will probably bo no
r all (rill/cms "who. will meu-lv have .If. moie of the 'l>ii..inVs* in that 'nuarte. .. i iI
'nil upon him lo Hocure nudt\ infoi'million The usual complement of "sawed! .i"lrRU I
nnd assistance' HI tl"\' i" ivKijiiiK IS." ammunition"nnd .. Ax there it no intimation I I \\("!'(' at his CUlllp, MlHlklllK It :.11!
tin > all) will lit. icpeiiU'il it ID u ;t' t hut iv<>iV in'nnw'llIx'I'II| \ii' < iUuihunliiirr \ < I I wan orifriniilly jiMpMod, nn "
/ uf thin visit of th<' i>fd; i hi I i.liarire of foiireiy. Aft'rvvaids h-:
50good cigarettes .
.in.I. those \\lio mav l> I" doubt! wall e-orneeled. With the' tohhiiv, /
i for lOc from ti KUiilmir/ nuftfis <..f11<'"nic ,<..houMn I the* "pnhtoflie i at :\in\ ..inee.. mul I Iv :
il I". KIM'Migrations at 'tin-< turn I ___ I u s then he was xniitii'l.' ed .bv. libondsmen .- 1
one sack of :' I I II I who had pieviou,lv be'''nI

.' Forming A Huge 'CorporationI .\ :\1. Ah urn. tin. liisi 1 jminn| I,. lunji<'xt 1 rommeiii.il. tt'lp'C'r I I hi'... 'suieties ill the HUIII of"'':JMlil!: He. 1I. ;.
GENUINE :IIIH I \I'M I 101.I ,III I 1.1 I I II'M'lu-l\ ..Iv ,, ''I.. 'h\ .i "miflv an.plane -''\\,1, his wav'' from, the kun! .v i I..i i ianil ;. I. STRIKE

: I \ ..1.., I,.. of ..,......., I I;"" II'"'' l..ill 1"11'1'1.111!.. U II/ a"1\" I I. llt'l I tOlll\; ''," \ \1 \\' nldell om of tin ,n ,uto went to Saint' ( 'loud .\lin' . In LUCKY
1"'I.I.'d' ) f..r tI". \\,,, ,,. "":,, Ih \ I..:. Jh.| al'I'I.i I ,mi, .l\i.i.n 'Kut tI ii, i :Mi'. .\ : .. '", ',. :. plane "i\1'1) Hutlei, ," l lI I made no altvmpt to iltsfrp .i his
.BU LL. "" 111 alld :\llIlIlIf.ILJ"" ''"11'1,1" \ i i,I.n ,\ :,i- foi, iiu'i !Iv' \v ,U '' tin Hi iti, I,. i" tin- week mid invited 1\lay" i identity. and .was se e-i no n.'Hi. foia .< cidareUe. Flavor is 4
, II. ." I"',,, 1'1"111.1. '1'lh, ai Iii! .il 1 FI l\mtf ( in, p-. Mid iv 01 I ..i I s ( a"1 i and! .1,. I n. Woodbei ('nll"'rah"; tune bv'' those' w Im
i .1)1')' al of >l :.;.110.11011. '1 h.. "IIIalli" \, 1'11"' mil a half .\.1\.... ,,MihtaH" .i-1 i ,'1,11'\ i ..I l the (,limn he i' ol Com would, (five info! mat HIM,. He ,inow pealed' in by toasting
I '\>I1' fifl ,. Ih"u"lIlId a"" "'< "' ..:"; ,. 111 1111-1' I II.to t ,' alld .I" I (ill ...I.d] 01nl i,,, ... I t"i nde with Mr. Alcoin I hoKtin I l"nele-i. numerous ihaieres, mid I\I'I'\ i "

'. DURHAM I'' ,,"' ,' : ,;Ia,,> to d.I"I' a 1\, Ih,," lli<. ln-st pilot-' in (II In, i ,,''lIIt.y., \l' 1'111''''' Kutler"Mll.,. be open is! litllc thanee foi his uhtamin. ,r ,.
. J.inn, 'M' i....ut |Ila'd| | .. Hi,.. of and fieedoniSheiilf.
I :.. I"., : .al,' a'' "'' Ih." 'pi iiijr 'minions' "nixMition| thp publu
TOBACCO I.d: a. .. ...1..a'. .... : i..t, at ," 1I' vv.ui' .lump, HIV. of Phil t.Inlu.i, . n\ iin|, .si II.II" asked will l he Rladl)' I laimei h.is been the' ie.
@ ' "" I> ,,,,d'd ho"", ," 1',,,' it. w"I.I1"" ''' : "tiling'1 oti \\'. I It!. :MaKin'on < 'oiiipan\. II-MIII, ..1| in' ribald to its mechani eipient of manv e'onirratulatioi i ,.
;! 7-::: ..pr.Q: ..lid pi.III. I I.l. hi. 1 III. Ja, "I si, 111101.I Ii i t f' I I"1,. : :\].iK IIM.II li".is lluIII1 ' ,11 i INir .il' Ihi sort ,111 I In' -1.r t.'lie\ '. -! Mill :olllv, -tOU 111 Kl.Mllllllltl ... 111.1 ( IIIH' I hat an anplnne] takinjr I (food"' the. promise's he' si. : .
. .. .... forth piior to the piimaries,. .
-- - -. it is now luin r ,'all.d on h\' a'' 1'- HUM' iliRolutt'U free lias p\oi,'
-,.I"-mllll' tl'III"' "' t.".III'I\'h"lMi '1.\ ol11' 1".1'" The plane will I xpendI .
r < :'< : : : : :'********** :.i".I." ..", : .Minin's, iiip. '-mil' '': I I'.d.. ., .in) part of Saturda\ I I
'\I'''' 1.It'd. l I ,nun, :\\<'\\ Y..oI. k ,in =NII .. KIX--IIIIIII(.i.. probably leaxinj; Sunad
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WANTFfl- AT NCE""AI1 ''round cook DIFF. WENT THE WINDOW I -' H - - --- - H I UI A mNA Y ,

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I good waiters and waitresses : WHEN THE FORD JUMPED ::1 ANNOUNCEMENTS II III'

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Apply at once in person or address "RUNNY- I..olll' .llIKIn | ,
fn' nt of lln '-tiirv' snopvhi : I' ..-- - ..
I sti |>pii| on. till' )1..1 tM, insti"i MEDE LODGE "" Runnymede Florida of| tin liiakiW .. I I..Oil M \ Oil '1' '/ I .

| 4 tinl .
\I " ...., "Million I ; ,f .i I.u u,. tniiiiI '
.\ irKi'-x took ani'tlni tliop I.. i ..I MH n ii.n Is. I h..I.I \ ,,ii" "in" "
"" "II ., .. ..lllll II. ft I' 'h.' Hill,. .o I Ii ,
Postoffice Narcoossee Florida i if It w.ix "' nnilv| a iINI- of ", i..aPPIo.d"II"II ] I ..i "I I ,K,ixxlm, in xulij, i t I.. II..
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I Ij :Ms" I 1.\i| 'v \' < MOI\' hail paiki, I Ii 1I".o.t.. f ..t I 10"1 11 Kit"I ""1".1. 'u thI 'I
,.,.. .,a,i. *s it ui ila\ in o i n in tz in f I out ftli I" '-I" .nil \\ill. \ii\ mint, iii|""',,..,.
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<- tllu of l\lis \ Stoi\ (Otliiii.iis ... '
I 'III-UIIXIIII' I lllllflll SItK III 110.| .1)|UI '
I I ( III\MII) | aliout' hi'rVhen. I thox .1..." ". I I III' lllllll. ..I 110 .Ofli .. .
d, ,\ ..,. | *ay'd to It K k out .It " '|1UII.01 ] | : __ II 'I I.HIKI: : ItI
i.<1 ximu, manou\ injr. I tin' dii\tr hiame .. ..
: Oil M \ oil
a lit, mhari, ixxeil Ia\'c' tlu.tat .
n little ""II'olll'aj'nH'n'' ." whin1I ,I i 'n I>. li ; 'If "f II..,n,, ii .. I.,li. T I M Mil, .
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I I u i % n nn u i i M "11 .11.1 I I Il
; upon' llu < ai luiiilliil u'rox- tin' wa'k .. .. . ', ..
i M i nf Hi. < il \ .1 I 'KI XI''i iI 0
1 Hill' -t.lllfll' tlllllllfh till \M"Hlow t'i : ,. ..
Melbourne Beach I" .. .. .. I
"g-"I t a liaiiriin, Th..I'I'''' a !ti!! iiin I ,p I in- II ppi' ii n I it T llu ""I},
',. ,I- t ll< XI II ,| |II.a. II( I I.I. VL ...,1.1 I II,, I "IIIi '
tli< \\nnlii\\ \\luih iiM'til tin-' p" ,, ,,, . .. .
i 111 i" mix" ir ii x .1 i en"oI..J u hut I irI
llu' I.> i'all fui I |bal 1 piiipuxi' . lint MI 1" I I. I .I I lii. < .nilil. n..l .\.> I I. "M Hi..inU 1
I II'.d! ) that \\a.* tin (iixt, mill ', ". .. . .
i 'l-i.I IK, v In inn."ii.i ""' H..1 m .il
The The Sea In M hit I 'uul! I II
( New City By ) {- l mat ion hail I a old t >1010'l TI I Murph\ ttr ini\or thlt HIII .
i \ t: II..a,1.) I .. .I I,, .I .I t IlllUIH. .. .I 1 III 11/ I.I.I II f.IT. I
.1. :Noithir\ tin1 dri\4i noi.. tho <.arMit Hit.. |i... liTn. or om' Ui.it .h IM ., li ,.",|"
I'I| \ IlIju".d" hut till- plall.g-Ias.. w.ii i tin-|.ion, .it" \hiitiHir. of 1,11 .it,, l \ilui' t"

: ,. OCEAN, INDIAN RIVER AND INSIDE :f :, plum uincil, ...\I.. 'I".rul'| '" K.lKIt. .'. \OIIP !4I1..I'[
I I i" .,it t I II" <'uniliiK i'1 (.tlnn,
: LOTS FOR SALE $3OO AND : I I lYruxlic Idhous Attack ills: FIII'OOI.;: ; i :<
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UP. WITH GRADED STREETS CEMENT i I 1't'peon's <,5iihett] \ to poruxiic Uiliouxattaikx M\tOI( .
\ will ohsn\f that their \l I II. ....It..llal Inn. ..r 111,tn\ <.r "1l.i..I,1 \'
;, uppetitt .
SIDEWALKS ELECTRIC I h' riv\lth' in"H" ut inMinn.
\ fails, Hum iu,1 lufoti' an attack is .i ., i"oIoI."l', fin. nomln. itli.n fin' thI' .
LIGHTS AND WATER-WORKS I Thllt 1 i is, thc%' lo not really ('lave .s-itt..n ..I| iniivor of HiH'Immri sub. %
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fooil hut l ii'It.!| n I"hi U ill tin \tliiti' prlmtl\, ons.iin.l.x
I, {- If they will eat only a I'Kht' meal : M irrh S. I' 2I lor thneMI
then take of Cham- . i I . .
y and no nuat two isMt rinn h ix. H.1\ the
attack he I,, ..,pi.*. herlain'n] ahlets the may ,u ,II, \ .. i.il I r..1.I w Illi niv fri.' .n.lsihit ."
SMALL PAYMENT DOWN. : EASY TERMS I uoided.HALFCEJNTS, I .in main till( I 110. om. 0" vviilii
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NOT NEW: I,i .In. I II li,,' nil 1'1' t ..r "" f ri>.11.IsM ....
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.. ONE IS IN KISSIMMEE --- _. ---.
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Osceolix
f5/e Hardware
Q t'till ( til Ne ".>1\ > Company ,
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CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS ATTENTION The Tamjia Trihune hail i<>ientlvim VI III. M.11"\11111.\ ." of .SOIII. if 1.1'%
' \ (extensive editorial upon the m'1| r.Io'I.,, I lll\l. .!..!.l.ll-.t. |., PI"|. I thIlli .' i il making arrangements to hare an expert conduct a demonitraboo of the
You can have lots and have three lo five years lo pay (for them. lessity foi the ,iinnaire. of a half-cent, i' f<.i' < .."n..llf1llOn-'Huh1o.I. ti>. tintiKliltN .
"' of tin whit' ninn'H prlinarv tit RED STAR DETROIT VAPOR STOVE ,
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and proceeded to illustrate various ,, be In-Ill on Snlui.liv. Mirrlt f.. 1421 ,
uses to which it might Tae put. I nm hi-nrtlly tn fnvor nf rotmtruetlves ,
f There are numerous occasions when .IriHleml, of ; 1 of the afrulm of Klp..lmmiinnil >.
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the half.cent could be u 'od in merchandisinK X'/ '
will '>|oreclnte' > Ihe \nten "h'" "
EVERYBODY COME AND SEE THEM -where the buyer would in... O. n, ,von""I.I.. .
Lo aided and there would be no consequent .. Friday February 25
: Free Boat Service Daily to and from the property dalnapo,: to the merchant As ORLANDO HOTEL TRAFFIC ,

onditions are at the present time '
the sellei' alwav takes the ailvanajre : JUSTIFIES LARGE ANNEX This will be an unparalled opportunity for the ladies of( this city to

: of tht half] -icntand the buyer : learn to this of All Oil Stores." Actual
Oilanilo pl'opl-- operate "King cooking will be
makes no kiek set if the timillereoin are ({really plea
eoulil he intiminei-il there woul.lbe i'd with t the1! announcement that II r. i done, and a full demonstration made.
INDIAN] RIVER ATLANTIC OCEAN HOMES ill the many ilaily transactions ae I Heenian 'pmprietor of the San Juan
'on..id""lIhle l sum' II'K'ally savidIt hotel nnd president of the, Orlando I -.........
Hank A." 11 list will shortly'be
is possible that the Tnl"p'I Company
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COMPANY \'." itl'l' is ifrnoiant of the fait that a '(Tin the- erection of a neven-storv The Cataract Electric Washer Will Also Be Demonstrated
(eoin of the I natuie suifireste'il use..1] addition, to the hotel to take in all ,

to be in circulation in this, eountrvas the \aeant ground ltween the pre?. On the tame date we expect to give instructions in the operation of the
<" "0*< fl<' <"M SWErtrybodr ->"'Xo'XooC'H+CooC---: :" :--: ) thi'ie i is sfldoni a specimen' loIH ; tnt he>Ul and the ReaciKm theatreon -
found Phi.i'e is one 'in Kissininieein the neirth The new addition i.. I CATARACT ELECTRIC WASHER.
to conUun I 1,0 .'li with .
possession of Captain II. :\1. rooms en private
;, Wbo I* Anybody Advertitti Their "WanU" in The Valley Gazette' Hieaker-and, it in highly] pri/i:. el\. It I.nth the planx! contemplating:
iI' larifei than the cent, a trifle sm.il"e that eventually the present San Juan
"! than the old-style twoetnt mm, building will be torn down !and tw > Ladies are invited to make our store their

\ l..n.1 ('orrl''pon.tinKly thinner, it i is inan other seven-story sections will be abiding place the date above-mentioned .
.," excellent state of I"'.. "rvntion, erected to correspond with the first on
and< tually one hundied<<1 and se\entei-n 150 ".{Tinrm. making 450 f first clas" Osceola. Hardware

. If There's Any Question \ears old No doubt few men ,inIloiida rooms I with private baths and the Company
i'' ) i<< tuive a like e'om -whie'h, natiiallv whole finished, furnished and con
'. eairn-s a v.ilui' .that is ilifli- ,ilucted so ai to Rive the city what :-t ,
; whether coffee cult to accuiately estimatek has lonif neeeled one first class hoe! I /
causes to e'lire foi the V'ry best class of I .

; I Followed It is easy to pot rid< sleepless nights e>f hearthuin or indigestion. (Jleibnu1/ I lorida AH Mr lieeman is the kind I Ii t

' (roes ripht to the spot. It diive. out 1 i"f a man who does things: insteael if : .
t by drowsy days the hailly' eliifested food and makes talkmir aliout, them rlnnelo fee'sbuie I Now it is the
you feel! line I'rce, (>0c Sold by I the proposed new hotel will he '
to Kobcrson's I'haimacy * u fact instead 1 of a possibilitv,. : .
change .
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ON HONEYMOON JOURNEY CINCINNATI SPORTSMEN Home Grown Irish Potatoes

NEWLYWEDS PURCHASE HOME ARE CRUISING LAKES I :I

; INSTANT POSTUM I :Mf. and !MrsV. 1 1'. lontrwoit'ileientlv I A paitv of about a lin/on: lift thi :
; : doe'k on Monelay in I the Spailinchouschuit ,
niarru-d in Washington, II. ,
for two-weeks 11: fine
a cruise
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., ,,C I ( .X and touruitt the south were attraeVd the various lakes eadH'd from Ki,< : They're They sDon't at 5c :

by Kissmimec and prolonire'lvWTtsVwas Kimm'e-propoKinJ.' to fish anei hunt , ...
J "i This table drink is \ intended) to be a brief : ,,
pure at their pleasure. The boat was vv llprov '
into a period ]loni rnouph t.
slop ; !
: i flavor look about and otuilv conditions, :So isioned, oarne'el a (cook and waiaeeompanieel I : '
and wholesome.has a .
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by an nble truide( A "
with what ,
they
impressed were they Cohen wholesale] of Cmcinnati forget our Special Coffee
jewok-r
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l that pleases and is made found that they believed till". "'I': '/
was at the heael of they"rty. :
would prove a nice spot foi n home, I .
r ; instantly! in the cup:. and when they found it possible louuy nnd among- the (jui'sts vtie "PrinkW
from F.Voo.lward his reeentlyacqunreel Allen of Oilando with others : THE WHITE LABEL
from Ohionnl ofriorida
: 1 house and lot-lutter various portions ; \
You can make Instant known as the "Addis"! property to make a jolly partyESCAPED" to
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Postum strong or mild to -completed the transfi was not lone ln bcm,! PRISONER

suit individual taste there The home is n piettv one, with n CLEVERLY CAPTURED
');i-foe>t frontage on Main street. nn I Itleie BY SHERIFF FARMERr."II..1
is no waste, and whether is plenty] of loom for the- (far. R. S. FLOYD
aie( which the new owner is to 1111 ( from I'nse: One)
you need one cup or ten- mediately construct while the co'i and for a time after his jail break

it's pie will occupy the premises. Mr last October het made his home in
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always ready and !Mrs onpworth have been stopping Melbourne, but it was not for lonir. 302 BROADWAY
for a brief time in Orlando Recently he had become bolder In his
but feel sure their home here will be actions "There Reason' for; Postum .
s a far more to their, liking than in any ''' -A"ind' 'him .- . - - - -
other spot. The sheriff sought;; for those who -

fladeyy Ibstum Cereal Company Inc. were furnishing syrup for the stills, BIG REDUCTION: IN PRICES Order .rr., lertili er' thout ,
You
Liquid Borozone is an efficient and for those who were taking away a Inlstake It you
Battle Creek, Michigan. healing remedy for human or animal the manufactured stuff and handling tting our NE'W PT' PRICE LISTS JUST ISSUED. PLENTY 'OF MATER.f .-

flesh. It mends a severe wound, it; and found his men. Just what Spr.ien LS 'PIt SHIPMENT. Order now. F'ertili er8. Insecticides!, \:
sore', cut or scratch in the shortest action will be taken in that matter Poultry Supplies.
possible time Price, 30c, COc, and has not been stated' The two stills\ E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.

$1.20. Sold by Roberaon'a Pharmacy. which were brought back to KlsshnI JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

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i .. 'KISSIMMEE PALLET GAUTE'FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921 .'. THREE ,-

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I Press -agents should] 'be. watched Made Record Time '
I like alien enemies.

LumberCheaper TAPPING. THE "THOUGHT TANK Three hours -from the time the 666
'. If head .is dizzy o'n
... your stooping ,draymen commenced'to load the safe ,
or rising suddenly and everything in Orlando the "heavy money-rocep-

,' .-'J -V.. by THORN turns black .before your eyes, you tucle which\ has been in- use b/ the will, break a Cold, Fever and Grippe
__ .,' .r.TIIORNIS'M have .a torpid liver. Tdk Ilerbme. linnk of Orange was unloaded in tin
It is'a powerful liver regulator. vault of the new bank to soon ,apen! quicker than anything*we knew, preventing
Price.60c.. Sold by Robcrson's Phar- in Kissimmee, and the men Vere pneumonia .
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I O'IE THAT DULL ACHINGDon't mi\t'y._ .. .. "t"rllngII1t''k' (to Orlando.
. I ,' FLOORING _________..$34.00 -- -- -- -
Some men are born great; some "

CEILING ______________ 20.00 I run for office; and some men and worry and complain about A T1
i I women forget to rf'lOrh.tn2! You'' bin! back. Get rid of itl! For weak

SIDING _________ _______ 20.00 i chum, newspaper; you know !II kidneys, lame and achy Hacks, your T
I I what to column I II I nl.ighhoris reconyafixuiDoan'a! : Kidney H. : -' .

FRAMING _____u______ 34.00 Pills. Asyour\ neighbors. 1
I- I Head this endorsement:
II I *" *l: I Mrs R. L. Seavcr, :324 Bermuda: .
. All dry and dressed and the freight ifcrcx' A Ml lie 1 :Mouthful 'avenue, Kissimmee! gave the following ] .'
. It i isn't always a sensible .nix that / statement May 21, 1008: "I had v
paid to. your station.. We ship rides! in a Sensible] Six I I thank you. )been a great sufferer from l backnc'i".
Hi I t1!< *! : )back ached willl.a
My constantly THE UNIVERSAL CAR .k.,
solid or mixed cars of all grades Lakeland Just Hoard of 11 I dull, aching pain which kl'pt11(1 in .
!Someone'= in Lakeland is Inking .
a
/ : misery. There was a soreness ncr''*
anywhere. Write to ,treat deal. uf space, several columns, the small.. 'of my back and I'n'Itill'.
I. hy heck at a time, in adv-Hising for I stooped over'or attempted to lift ,
1 the ten lost tribes of Israel. Nothing anything, the pain was awful. :Mvkidneys Your
Tallahassee LumberCo.TALLAHASSEE ." piiid about a rewardand I'm were weak, too 1 did not I Opportunity
1' t''esuminir/ that the return of any of rest comfortably nighti.; I ]t'al'ne'l I

FLORIDA :Vm would bo appreciated.. of Doan'a Kidney !J'jlK :md \ WHAT THE PRESIDENT OF THE FORD MOTOR COM-
., 8-1 f I I i11'Khly !- *, #1 i supply at the Kissimmee Prug (Com-I
I ; ,\ppr'eddiol1 pany, and they gave mefnore relief PANY SAYS ABOUT PRICES:

_ _ __ n ,_ Here lies the body of ]IchabudHrown and comfort than anything I et e'''
used The backaches vanished,: and We have received the following advice from Mr. Ed el Ford President
I The people] all flouted, and ranted my kidneys acted. rcgulaily\ \ again; :
? him; I gladly give this ,'l1d"-I'I1\'nl'" of the Ford Motor Company: '
To abort a cold He flashed his bright lirhtf.( in othor! On :March :2i( 1918' :MnJ.1 Seaver
folks' eyes: said l: "Every once in a while when "THE BiG PRICE CUTS ON FORD CARS HAVE
And right/ thi-n and thete theyplnnted I get a slight backache] caused by,
and prevent com- him! hard work, I begin I ':Line I Itnmt'1Kidney BEEN MADE IN ANTICIPATION OF CONTINUOUS .
:1!k * .
Pills
and
they quickly
take I'm With This iri.eme MAXIMUM PRODUCTION AND INCREASES MAYBE
pli. ations AKreeinir ;lelief. I gladly] conliim' my former -
Sithe Winter llmen f"hif: statement NECESSARY BEFORE LONG IF A LARGE VOLUME
If \'(oI'"onO,011,1], l be detent 'I'.Oc; at all dealers Fn>-ter.MiIhiiriiCompany. : t
there: would 1 lio, no needof :'olanlfn'turerDulral. >, OF NEW BUSINESS IS NOT OBTAINED.
laws, but it's no use to :New York.UNION .
tiy to make his to make THEREFORE PRESENT PRICES ON FORD PROD-
Y ilecent. The l.."-t
everyone I UCTS CANNOT BE GUA RANTEED A GAINST POS-
\\ay is i to have a few &r"od I '
CENTER' NOTESWeather
bs sensible laws .1 nd then enforce i SIBLE INCREASE. "
them to the A. II. ( I II.I ..
a ova I take it for (granted thoe nivs'icterminal : I is fine this' \veek.Warren .
initials] stand! for "''''''Olt'-I' BarJier m"-- -lutxeil inte I While there is a shortage of Ford cars in other sections I have rer

I Hencficial ('ommonwnse I), I this neighborhood and i 'looking nfter ceived a few extra cars for my winter trade and am in position to make
In which ease I vote aye. the of Dr.
I proH-rty) l'hdlJ.I'llIlip- ''
immediate
delivery. -
1 :1< *I *" I :Mr. and :MrLloyd llai\ey, of
She Must A-Loved Him |, I I.\e Oak, are visiting,, the mother (1!
I Virginia. Smith, of I.jjm a ll'r'l) :Mrs.' Harvey. BUY NOW WHILE THE PRICE IS DOWN AND CARS ARE AVAILABLE
I J't nn- yl\'anilt. daughter of the late This neighborhood on Saturday afternoons -
The purified and refined I Bishop Alexander Smith of the Kpi'.- resembles, (ioJl, nIl1 h'" "11-
calomel tablets that are copnl church, has been married in I serted Village Almost the entire -
P. TIMMONS
I.
nausealess, safe and sure. Berlin Uoy-Kd.' ; to Seems the notorious to, hnbeen Captain a Karl case l ,time.population goes to Kissimmee at that l

where she "has done those things The in this
Medicinal virtues retain- groves community are
.she ought not to have dune" and if
commencing to bloom. Authorized Ford and Fordson Dealer
ed and improved. Sold
and
the United States allows Karl
Mr. and Mrs (J. H.Vhite, of
I only in sealed package V rpie to return to this country Saint Cloud, were Sunday xisitors i at
I Price 35c. (ten on a visor it will be a cue I I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
I where the government hay "left un-I I
d.,ne those things' which it ought to | Intestinal worms destroy the I
have' done, and there is no health ;in health of children and weaken their
us., Amen. vitality. The worms should be ex-
*I I pelled before serious damage is done-

\\ hy Shouldn't They lie White's Cream Vermifuge is a thoroughly -
fiXING m ORb The Saint IVter'lmjeTime* i \ successful remedy. Price,
< ,.. shouts: "St. Pete fitirens; Are !I 35c. Sold by, Roberson's Pharmacy.

Fleeced Freely] !" Yes they certainly I
, are. Mentioning: no names! one of
the 1 n'd S. I1. ... afnr r--aid!. an editor.bonowed NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD I

-nie surreptitious three( hundred manner )plunks unknown in Lincoln's Birthday: was observed! THIS IS THE AIRPLANE"KEEN ,
"
That's Our Specially to most people] went "up metalicsubstance1 With, here by a parade followed "yap.
here he was divested of all
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V )'roprillhexercises at the :Methnlt l *t
and rnurites I hv
,
paper JO.
'' church. All fraternity
patriotic societies -
J. -1.\ Of Course, We Do All Varieties of 'I.i polite robber who wan working ovj the school I teachers, and the
When 1 asked FlNaugle '
j ei t time one night. make I
pupils helped, the affair a
, S iti.r : why he dtln't: put up arght
Automobile Work And We Do It pleasing success
I'e muttered that I'd better K"
The New England Society will KUTTER"WE
I 11)1'1'(0'I'r' '"hinl! is paved with goad hold a picnic at the Shaker Colony
Right Uh'huh. Ul'-"St.:; I'ete' next Wednesday.!
Citizens: Are Freely J.t! >e.t.d"-nl sa
Mr. and Mrs. L. Shambo. Miss EdlTpple
J matter ,where they gol! and Ira Turner autoed to Orlando -
III >It! */ .
EddH' ,on Wednesday to attend tho

: Y'l: :?. II 11ary's- :Motley Menagerie.| .. ',, ,I fair;' "' ,' "" "
,' .. Mary had n little lamb W. J. Mills, of. Anamosa, Iowa, hat ," .
:: No. 18 Emmett Street She carefully had reared: been in Saint Cloud looking after "
Put wool went up --o doe-!gone high his numerous interests.
-- - - -- She' hail, the critt.-r" -hacd.Marv .
'! U. .1. Gregory, of Pninesville, Ohi->,
who 'IH spending! I the winter at Kusli1 ,
: ; ) had a little gout was in Saint Cloud] this week to lookup
I O'erhch\ she'd primp and muter.When some of his business affairs.
Prentis & Thomas Mar} turned ;10 leave, h."- ne. | :'01 r. and l :Mrs.' L. I n. Merciless, :Mrs.

I Th during] goat tu'fed t. iiutter. i I U. A. 'Kapelze, and :Miss Hi, own made, P ar,.
I, a 'brief visit to Sehring on Taesdayicturnmg
I :Ma'v had a little hen. on the folowing day.
!: And no Lug e\er "a.o,1 her;
.. la AUTO REPAIR SHOP She'd -elisy: KiV one ,'g"W h day- NOTICE TO USERS OF ICE
I I Two i'>TM(> by working) f.i-ter.
Noliej"" hereby given that on and,
and StorageBRING :\1h"d. a little cat after February 1 all ice will he sold]
She 'ulh'cI'llIl11 "Thomas :M'ttons," strictly] for cash or tickets.. Ticketscan
( Till rum clone home OIHafteiniioii be; secured, from drivers in any t W i iI

I With seven ]little kitten-. amounts from $1.00 up. ::
IN YOUR CARS I Ice cards must he properly displayed :
:\ are had a silky dog-- in order to insure prompt
I 'Tw ls trained; it 'never" blunder!; service. I .
| ( >n. day it scratchedand Mary: 'I if.- R. MAY
,'combed 1I Manager Kissimmee Ice Company.. ARE THE FIRST STORE IN THIS CITY TO BE CALLED UPON
And, gash, she found a hundred. I 7-fit i
We are Prepared to do all kinds of ,I *I # BY A SALESMAN TRAVELING EXCLUSIVELY IN AN AIRPLANE

I These Are True Word i
;, tR BATTERY WORKn I. As a usual thins n )bureau chau- POOR LOOD -
I Uiuqua usually ""lie!.,," t the body of
With the purchase of Keen Kutter Safety
I I men on the (guarantee fundtho every
people' who are sufficiently! convinced 1
)
Took a Relative's Advice the' >t institution only reimburse will "draw"the guarantors enough toM MOST LIKE Razor at the egular price of One Dollar, or the ',

Sykesville, Md.-"I was In bad but will put money into their purseSuch r
r (
."ealtq for about ten months-suffered a condition a" that :I'\e never SLOW POISONMakes purchase of Five Dollars' worth of Keen Kutter
every seen come to pass, ; if that situationwas
day with my brought to a ulmin II ion even
s left side. I half I the time the (hautauqut) bunch merchandise we will give a ticket which will en-
then began Would] never ask .\ pruaranle' -for You Feel Lazy and Discour

taking Favorite 1)r.Plerce's . they'd i i' is not want a paying all the venture receipt une(lei! time n.se, aged. You Get Nothing Done. title the holder to a chance of a '

t Proscription In ten is why the lidvi'ivv< wimen, PEPTO-MANGAN PURIFIES
'S.- and always have to sore a nc .v bunchof 4I
aleolbeGold-] guarantors every year. I If I these Tune Up Your Blood With It. Notice .
= K"' en Medical t crautauqua] bureau were a= ;attractive FREE RIDE
/ / necouland f as they ,ar :HvfrtM' I to b > The Difference With Rich Red
r was greatly benefited. After they would make .1 circirt: lIi'; n thei- Blood in Your Veins
taking six bottles I was well. own initiative-just us a circus, a
"I took Dr. Plerce's medicines at theatrical] company, or a "concert The man or woman or the chi'd -
"the advice of a relative who uses the company does. Airain : to apply the with a sickJy-lookinir] complexion, a
'Pre8crlpt lon' for herself and gives It t It "chautauqua" to a traveling pale wan face, has blood that is filled I W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY
- to her daughter. 1 I. think this med- troupe i is entirely erroneous.: A I with poison. Instead of rich rd
". haulal/ql/,," means a series of blood coursing through! their vein,
airwomen In a run- .
. trine Is good for BLIZZAKD. home studies conducted, in connection they are trying to f fet: along with -
down IIlate.-MHS W. with the summer schools\ at blood that is weak and thin. It "" -'"
HaT been sold by druggists for rhautauo.ua. New York-a plan established doesn't carry life-Riving, qualities! c ." .' :- vr
the past fifty year ) hy Bishop Vincent many through the l ody. You see these men +
. t
I C years ajfo. The term can no more be and women every day They are F.O. :: WeRecqmmend
lexically applied to a traveling showof tired. Their shoulders! """droop. They:
; for Colds
666 is a prescription one nature than to anotherbutit slouch. It is all they can do to (,'ot//. ,
Fever and LaGrippe. It's the most is wrongly] used in order to secure around. and Guarantee iL
the influence of those, good people As soon as you begin to .feel ..thatway _
. ., speedy remedy we know. who believe they are fostering an take Pepto-Manfran, the w JI-
. educatonal institution which will result known ,blood tonic. It will :V 'ds'tr '- KUTT RCUTILERY '
in much I always feel] ,, the poisons and make EVERY ARTICLE
Wanted-Large, clean cotton rags good. away your ., .. 1" ,
I always ': ----
Gazette 'office. sorry for the uarantoT.n" blood rich with red corpuscles.! '
at hope they'll not go in the hole''' Pepto-Manfan( is prepared in both toois -

1 an attack of acute rheumatism -but sympathies are not sufficiently liquid and tablet form. One: has the J Bearing This Trade Mark
which there is much pain Ballard's weighty to prevent the common ca- the same medicinal value. ..s thy '
:
.w Liniment is a necessary part tastrophe. What we need is a other. Take either kind you pref<"1'. .
( \ of the treatment. It is a powerful mighty (good chautauqua in puttingin But b e sure you get the genuine
1... pain relief. Three sizes 30c, 60c, some big acreages of rice-and I Pepto-Mangan-"Gude's." The \full: 'M
.4 and $1.20 bottle. Sold by Rob.I seeing that we harvest a good crop. name, Gude's Pepto-Manftan, .
per .. should be
the
ersn/s Pharmacy. Yassum. on package.-Adv.( ) -
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i' FOUR THE '')KISSIMJSEE, VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18,-'' 1921 1. . "

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1 1 I KISSIM Midi E.. VALLEY GAZETTE I'reluctant: to institute a prosecution i gether. I think we are having too I tr +IH-WWWW) >oOo+Q O 'f J
of this kind unless such hunting was : much desecration of the1 sabbath in
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so close to the residence of some many ways. There are many things i il
: k14 Pab6abedEyerj Friday citizen that they would become disturbed l being, sold in Kissimmee!, on the sao- I ..,
,I KUiimmee by it: but, occupying the official bath day that are'not necessary to
.. By Kistimmec Valley Gazette Company, FloridaW. position r do, and a witncna save life. 'The practice should l>o.' .

B. Harris, President .. ""E. G. Van Agnew, Secretary appearing before me making application stopped. -I thinki_>here ought/ to hea ;
)J W. L. Thondy"e Editor for the apprehension of any company formed to take over all
; person who has violated any crimnial property sold for delinquent taxes -THEBEST :
.'Sutmcriptlon Hates: ( statute, when I refuse the leanest 1 nnd keep the property on the tax-

One Campy' One Year'...,.__,..t___________________________-___.,_____?2.00 crime have committed a much graver 'books. I am not in favor of the ormirrissiori ,
Six Months----- 1.00 by not enforcing the law-Hh.'it form 'of government 1 think
One (
Copy .
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One Copy, Throe Months:.____________..__:____.___________________ .50 being the only duljj I am' officially every oftice-holdcr should be responsible -
worn ton..> Even at thnt I. feel to every voter in town.
.U'nt..r..t lit the ronlofflii' > at, KlUHliYimec./ Florida, nr. second-class matter.) that would he guilty of the 'greatest |I I G. B. W )OUALL. t AT YOUR SERVICE
grime 01III., if 1 should prose i, .
All romniunlrnllmm' orpt from our nulliorljtod. cnrreepondentn inti"tKleinel b. I i"cute someone UpOIlI charge that : "OLD RESIDENT" RELATES

J. <,(. .1! milder will, mil. ,liy be the returned writer.Jti .unless. culli-il far v-ciuld have no sanction under th:! I I II FACTS OF MURPHY REGIME When' "best"we that handle onlys I
we
-- ._ H_..____ .. _.___ : law : we say mean
I oni therefore prepared, to advise It is obvious I goods with a reputation handled as- those well-skilled hi
N(r-I ;nrHim; Advertlln R-prp;fni';tlvf -1 to the older residentof f.
IlL] THIAMI, WC'ANI-KI' .Ss .\hh OLt110V< any, ono that. the section of law underwhich Kissitnnic-e( that the reason:,! :: the work should handle; lliem to safeguard your interests ..
-.. .. thc-se cases were III ought wivenacted the announcement' h.IIIhr. T.
.. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18 1921 at I the: session! of t he legislature :Muiph's friends/ of his: -/ r"1 l Isn't/ it heat t lo always (gel| something upon which ;>
i" IR.Vt! > .
sec-lion
; was :No. : iitl'if ; the ,., :
I mayorality i is also "-" } you can absolutely depend 'llieicA but one ati&wci.ou I.
the ,old Kev''c-d{ I i-'t.-tlutes (->f I IHil.! !! : 'I :
that the of lie
four-year! his
period
s-citioti :M."iiS,!, of the ic-ncrnl/ Statute I :f know it.For. AI
the
< "pan.of office.cvcral
:
I of liiilci I! ; and is now "section .VIH! j "if ycrsago I
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I the
.f \\11" em of the'city's
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PECULIARL i il I the Itc-\is-i| Cenc-rul :; II.I.I
Y PERTINENT PROPOSITION Stalulesof192(1.]! : < ,
"'t 1 growth
l I nhv Slime wastheir 1111't.I ted t tlat I t Judge, :\1 u...,- :Mnrclurlding:: was in progress' during I: Full line of all Drugstore Sundries '
oOo autho-ity for it not
- those four than
years' in fill th j jf i
I I being a violation of the" law to hunt it .v's mvvloimm' subsequent} .. hitiny. .. -, i,, f
; IT TAKES MONEY TO RUN A GOVERNMENT MAINTAIN. VIM. Sunday because. I tinsynopsis nr I,
tie/ hunting' laws printed, ln the 1 buck .I r.f .
ING LAW AND ORDER. THE TAX DODGER I IS'A' CIVIC PARASITE I of licenses inaUcno except i
Sunday ifa il.iy to bout If .lulll."a ,
I
tity.
-IF NOT AN ACTUAL THIEF.-Kind Words. .Murph.v did ( i'I'hp
: so express himself he
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{ not being, a 1lwrt'r--\\'n' much niistukcn. ; coiini ilinen soivo'l nrnrlicnllv : 104 BROADWAY
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i for the honor of it. receiving only
For the- purpose of nrgiinient one' dollar ouch month, irroupoctiveof I "f Day 41 Phones Night 21 f '(
if it c-oi'ld he
construed I th.it the X
nuinher of adjourned meetings X
THE: KISSIMMDL-SAINT I COl'D J\IELBOUR\E! HIGHWAY the i I'unting laws reperli-d tluSim- "N-l.l. '
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.1 dry law. th.1I hIh. Act! of 1M1! : '. hlH1.I.1
I C. \\ Wnr l presented the .1.
uhc-iem I the- legislature; adopted the
tiind l to the
BECAUSE; of the determined effort of the counties of Orange and Revised, ( ; r>- .
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Brevard to create a bond i issue for the purpose of pulling(: through a (gord: j I fc-rrc-d' to. the li\: \\as atrain c-nac-ti-d |)oljn |uont I with tuxes the.: present.were. nerlifihlcompared j i .';-':..:..:-:..:-:..:..:-:-;..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....,......................................-......-......................

highway between Orlando and Tilusvilie there should be a united efToi': ' and 'is in forccnut wit h"'tandlf1l!. An organized society wa" svorkiiifar \ i .
Thin again/ : there i j. :a lnw enao, I'
upon| the pail of the resident', of Osceola county in conjunction with thu'1'1.{.ed-HII I 9"I 'J. inipo ini; -iti, annual !II. tinned not without,lu-ttorment, \ hilt could' lie o'i .;--o'-----o----------. : : ::
had :
living in I the southern. poilion' of 13revarde to hasten the completing I !. i-eiisc- lit"1110,1( /) c-very: I line of )bus, !in' public expense; it
the I Inn
no iirrpi* to city treasury it ha
(the croMtale highway direct from Kisiimmee to :Melbourne.The -.-.'. I That 1 lu--nsi-s: -.-''lit. (that h. ispnvileind ; \ ,
upon '(: : vote; it promoted no liondin :
t present highway I I' excellent( ,in spots ; it it hon 11)le in spot- , iH-reiiiiiK-r" to conduc, t lnbiisinc sihemeK; it had no resoijries sa\' ,

and it is a murli-u.ed liiorou (lifaie its entire distance. The "Stale Ro.idDepartment" i ii till the RS :'filth from( day the l.-t of day September: of October 11.. the individual pockets of its mo'ii- I SOMESTARTLINGSHOENEWS[ G H[ [ i
101"Y"1; it I had alreadv planted fll" I
called the defects Mill ,
i .n officially upon lo lemedv e;" >tll."i! following/ year, and makes no mention ulnis on Hmadway. )It I secured and .
,
in tins ery impoilanl Thoroughfare( and the people of Osceola county ale t of Sundays" being, / "''1;' "pt'd. vet paid eminent legal talent in Orlandoto :

1 1 a unit \n urnyig that no efforts be spared in this direction. The condition I no uric will undertaketo )Rnyhcthcr - come ;and aid/ in the protest. t thrh I. V '1'
I bad bad (fact that throughout the entire United Stales condom \\ lie be a lawyer or whatno: lieintr, mad" and which was' cnVctivc.airninst V
r, M so in I that lie-cause), : he p;<:y'' license. h. ::. .$ C CaC 4X tat : eC C tC aC EC V
dC .
the ,
nalory'nollces hate been published regarding, it and the need of improve'nenl ,c-iin" keep his hussies/ going' on Sun / ruin of the heaatifuII, .- \ a ( ( t v :i .

; M t ''. is great. II,clay,] the ramp as week dins.St ;| roust thereon! house of a sipmro calahoos! by the It was hiiildim a>',- I :::: ;. "
,"ilM! of the I Kc\i i"'d I
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Orange county because of the unfinished/ condition of the Kli'simmee oil Statutes 't I tivc-lv instrumental in pn-wi-rvinj.
t Saint Cloud-Melbourne highway if making much capital. for the I rends), as follow: Dm linirtnn avenue intact in t'lo I' .
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conlem-1 51M! I c l.'i.'i'iK:I '; ) Use of Firearms! on 30 Days Only
plated highway from Orlando to Titusville. and the call for the Sunday Whoever uses. Arparnii b> crisis when one end of ilVa" ahout I!

t for the building!! of( such a road..is strongly endorsed by the entire cili/enrv. hunting/!, game or firing) at targets. ( to nailroiid delivered I in perpetuity to the ,

'i. There is a determined effort lo push that project through to an early completion j npon :Sunday; shall 1)(. punished hv were companySuch some of the activitius

a t. -and the sentiment I is general that such a highway would be a great ,,imprisonment. ,,>. by a not tine; t-xceeiling not, exceeding twentydays. I of private individuals, bringing' no ; I Will Sell All My Shoe Valued at From..

t boost (for Orange county. Such a prophecy is not disputed. It would twenty-five( ,dollars"" deht on 1 the city. .

prove a splendid thing. At the same lime the people of Osceola county. I trust that this, will serve to show still The here."makings"The of need prosperity is still here ar" $12.00 Up at I::

and of Bretard county should bear in mind that a greater accomphshmen: that t I am possibly not altogether af ( one. only is the "esprit! de corps"
would be achieved by the immediate completion of( the cross-state roa-J mean and contemptible! as I fear the : -. withered under the frost of debt- f
public has I been !lend lielieve.MILTON "
to
from Melbourne to Kissimmee.The I. making/ tax-increasinp influences."Cone .
task of( finishing this highway is not e\lere--o.r the condition ProsecutingAttorney.I'l.KIKJKR hut not forgotten" may he I One-Half Regular PriceDON'T i
said for there is persistent feelinftnmonjr .
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existing are not as bad as many who have passed that way have declared. --- the older residents that n-

There are hundreds of( miles of roads in every state in far more deplorable: "history repents itself" somewhat of I

condition than') is .the' Kissimmee-Sainf Cloud-Melbourne road which ap- I THE FORUMGives the old atmosphere permeated with I
pears the worse because of the (fact that previous to reaching the bad mileage I ''t the ozone of growth and prosperity< ; :
might he induced to return under MISS THIS GREAT CHANCE
,I the way has been of( the highest grade of excellence. It is the suddenchange fovoralile auspices.

which brings about the desire lo condemn and once the driver H f fa His Ideas OLD RESIDENT.:' h

car commences his tirade of abuse regarding a highway his imagination Editor of The Gazette : j I
t' is ( I think/ it ,.s due. the voters of IEUSTIS i is PROMISINC--;

th e.l( town county 8tat,,{.. and nation to..I GREAT CELEBRATION

't worst road in the woild", of course an exaggeration having; no g/ound I! !fur knnsjust office! stands how every nn man all ouestionBlinancial who. offe-- ,I I Eustisv.ll. lie, the only city in the'I I H. C. STANFORD COMPANY i :
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that the expense of perfecting it would not be excessi\e is affirmed \by "lland religious, moral, and other II state to celelirato the 100th! annivei, I j jsary :
f I that the finishing of what will be a splendid and greatly-traveled high': wise.! As to finance: if elected I th- of> the reeling of the Kloridas to I .;t.. '1' ,

j' is most essential, knows. first thing I .shall try to do will he'''''t the t'nilcil I tah'f(. The event will I IKstatred .: .. .... .. .. .. ...... .... .................... .... .. ....'.'
way everyone (to find out just vrheiee stand 01. j]I in.a natural ampithealealiout I!, -: :-:-:-: : :-: :-: :-:-:-: :-:-:-:-:-:-:-: : : :-:-: : :-: : : : : : : : : : :-: : :-:-:-:-:-: ;-: : :-
{\\J-j The citizens of Kissimmee should! immediately hold a mass meeting foi I.I I.the I financial side. As to religion: I I.( Lake )Dot within the city limitof .

I: the purpose of taking action looking to the' "spurring up"of( the State Road hold that every man that hold\ office Eustic.: .The spectacle will be in :-:-.........._.._..-:.....;_;...._:-..._:-.-:_....;................_.._.._.........._'._. .'...._.._............._.._.............._.._..........:.....:..:-:..:_:.;. .
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{) Department. ,The passing of resolutions is not all that might, be brought\ t should be religious-tut not a three parts: arrival of Spaniardi!; exchange oto ? ..
1 about. Such'- matters bear weight: it is, true, but there are other'steps'' to fanatic Show me a town offic.ered: of flags: the Indian war
j I be taken lo hasten matters. And if Osceola county and Saint Cloud and by ungodly' men and I will show you' with capture of O! an ungodly town. As.to morals: I be. boat races airplane I stunts, street :I ly
t Kissimmee are t.o enjoy benefits accruing from this' splendid and convenient would f 'discourage e\orything that; dance, fireworks and many other events -- -. .
cross-state highway there should be no time lost in getting action. The would i have a tendoneyXjn lower, the to follow durnijr the afternoon : BY-THE-SEA :_:
citizens of this county should get busy for that is the only way in which morals' of the town.V /hiive a h)' I' :nd OM ,iiing The city i i- makmprepaiitioiis !
j rt action can be secured horn the slate officials. There has !been a lack ol 'of shows that are not insii I i,.t".j to take earof 11'<111'- J
and they sure harm the nuraU .if the andcf visitors The' Tan(
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1 earnest work and endeavor there has been merely a de.ultory movementa 1 town- and as. for thegamUliiiT: ; IlIn.-!. I'M-' auspices of the ArmHemI.eirion r Business
z. I spasmodically-expressed desire at too infrequent periods to become shows thev should 1 h. .nit, 0111' al', I-> Postof Lake county. is Still at High-Water Mark |

effective. It is now time for action and The Gazelle will! be
I: \ hear from all. readers regarding the ;matter. Child's-play I is all! pleaded right perhaps to ::'-:-:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:- .;:..:..:..:...:::::1 Y i .t

at the beginning of( some enterprise; BUT THIS IS MAN'S! ; JOB .. I Y 14 hen l>u'/ine" men. keen careful bu/'use" men v\i'II|| write a-. :.f'Y .

r I. FROM NOW ON TO THE COMPLETION OF THE HIGHWAY AND: t Coodman&Woodallir. I X did Pat Johnston/' ol' the legal) firm, 0'| Johnston N (...urrlt i> it any X

; 1. EVERY MAN AND WOMAN MUST PLAY AN IMPORTANT: PART IN t wonder we are kept busy > Mr. John-Ion |I' atiomev lo the Bo.iid i': "

;' -. THE WORK. x 3: of ComTni'Moners of ()
j h .__._ : land matters in Florida Heie i is v\lia' ( he wnlfs' after( a1'1' to :f
1, , i, COURTESY GIFT APPRECIATED : The New crocer: Iiidialantic' By-Trie-Sea : 0 .

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? ; POLITENESS cost so little and the yields are so great that a bit of Next to Chamber of CommerceOUR Y

larliness upon the part of anyone is looked upon with- astonishment by they to"I hahad o.-ia-ion to visit, :Mclhuuineind, IinlialantiiHcuc'i.! ,. fI

y general public. Curt replies are seldom necessary under any circumstances. MOTTO 1 wish to .state that I roriMdir this one of ihhf' -,1 t '-eache-t I

's1 t ;; The old-lime anecdote of the bank official( who "could refuse lo make a '..' I have ever inSp( rt0I. 1 do not mean to say: hy this, hat it 1 is the (In ..t

.; '. loan and do it in so pleasant a manner that the needy borrower (fell ,,.. PRICES THE FAIREST automobile Imach hut as. a Lathing. !'{'a'h; nnd jil.iyginund/ for chil-; I
k 4 I' mightily tickled." can be made true in any case and under any circumstan- d I, c'n 1 have never en its e<|iial."The .

.. t' ces. Gruffness and curtness and sourness are sorry drawbacks to the man i QUALITIES THE BEST
who hears them-and I hand l between" the' Indian River and the U-tuh is approximately .:
t ; to the man who uses them ; the man who uses them X t.
'j seem to imagine that someone is knocking him all the time- and the man i! three-quarters of n rnilc wide, and every foot of this land, ((1i

who hears them wonders "how people get that way;?" And i if( these untoward is i suitable for building purposes. They are doin* a great/ deal of f
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1 1, .'A peculiarities are unpleasant among those who are in 'private life how We are always wondering if thereis development work at Indialantic. 1 Kroin Mclliouine across the nve-; f

4 much more are they found objectional to those holding position where the I there is now [being constructed, a !budge wliuh they hope to have f

\' public is to be served? They serve best who are painstaking in the smaller some food delicacy we are not : completed in the next two or three weeks. This I budge, is very subhtantinlly .1" .
details and in nine : f. built and will place the interior of the .r. -
r ; cases in ten-" in ninety-nine in one hundred- a pleasant >Qo state of Kloridnwithin
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,; . suggestion rightly applied is 'way ahead of a command curtly communicated. carrying: and if learn of one we 'i' three hours run from the conn. It is needless to say fW!
we :
: Politeness f. f when this bridge is completed nnd the
and
k suavity require no effort --and the returns are magnificently : Kissimmee-M-elhoiirne: highway , ::1:
:- 'i large. : I is finished. Indialnntic Iy-the-Sea! will become the most .
.f immediately order it. That is why t )lar resort on the coast
V, a TIMELY ,ApVlCE FROM THE GOVERNMENT! .' or any other point in central Kloiida. It" ,II be possible, when thin !:
r our stock of FINE GROCERIES :X work is completed\ for the business
I man to >spend the week-ends at .
,h '. SOMETIME this government is going lo understand the folly of( send- ,! :f. the coast with his family OJ'. for, that matter, when the roads tae. 3:

,;, ,, ing out half-column articles lo all the papers of( the south giving advice as i has won the reputation of being I :t put in condition hv can easily go to the li.-ac h and spend the day .fat

to the lapping of sugar-maple trees the size of( bit to use in the boring. and :i: any time. .

all the minor details. Sometime the papers of( Florida are going; to quit the best in the county and equal to : "Ernest Kouwi-n-lloven is the man behind. this i
Using their to these half-column ; movement und
.J space print articles probably just as sooias 'iI' he deserves great credit for the
:' rl. they learn that this state is not going very heavy at the present time on the stocks in larger cities. vhiu he ,I' going to do. I think' ,it work he i-* doing, as dell a.s for -.1":"
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to all of
up to behind :
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f I growing sugar-maples. Sometime- oh. pshaw! What's th'use? t the movement and see that the get
C \ I ..l''" J Kissimmee-Melbourne: road is p-it lff
To \ "- : in good condition so as to make: all this ,
,! COUNTY ATTORNEY TELLS Mr. riedger has! this to say over r j possible. f .
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M1 NUMEROUS FACTS ABOUT his own" signature: f "PAT JOHNSTON':' .:-

SUNDAY HUNTING. LAWS During/ the last past week" upon Isn't that Good Business? y -. y
urgent application of citizens I have
Since the arrest ;;r a group of well- caused to have arrested some of our
.4 known Kissimmee men on the chargeof towns people upon a charge of hunt- Indialantic Sales i iSales
hunting on Sunday there have ing on Sunday. and it has been Company
hK been numerous tales about Milton brought to my knowledge many
Pledger the county prosecuting- times since their apprehension thatit Your" Trade Will Be Appreciated .
I 1 and of the assertions is claimed there was no law
n ( | i. I torney- some upon; Managers : Kissimmee
s5 made regarding: him have not been the books in this state prohibiting Salesmen : __
of the most complimentary nature. hunting on Sunday, and that the parties VERNON D. HAVENS R. P. WHITE
;f J i thought it work of Goodman Woodall HENRY O.
i In fact some of the men arrested appeared was spite HART L.' E.
by the remarks about the city against them by someone. To make GREENWOODE.
to b. somewhat peeved-and the at- it a short story, it put the writer in Proprietor G. PETTIBONEWith '
S ;t |,Ji/. \ torney has heard that it was insinuated the attitude of being to blame for H. M. 'Breaker Realty'Co
unlawful NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE .,
that he had exceeded his authority conduct in getting out the
lr by the arrests and that the prosecutions. BROADWAY KISSIMMEEr KiN Dmee
Telephone 230
i matter was to be threshed out in I wish to say for the benefit of the 115 Broadway'
' top courts public that I, personally, would be < OO. AI
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__ THE '1)SSIMMEE.'VALLEY, 'GAZETTE:, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY' 18, 1921 .. FIVE! ,

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WOOD! WOODI! WOOD: EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW lena has been very ill and this was '
ITEMS OF A WEEK 1 Phone 112, Roan Craves 49-tf'Dr.'W. PROGRAM THESE INCOME POINTERS her firut trip out since she has been

,L. Winn 'was the smiling betters It was the family's first trip' DAYTON
chauffeur carrying a part.v' Lake Casino TheatreShowing Births deaths---;;: marriages dur- to the Hill. section of Florida and al ;
Waleson, Sunday-stopping at interesting ing the year 1920; ( affect matciially though they have lived in the state
,r Phpne WOOD 112, Rows! WOOD Graven! WOOD! pleasure-points ''enroute' from 2 to 6 and 7 toll income tax returns for' that yeur. for more than ten years they. had qo I 'The Bicycle with a FIveYearGuarantee" .'
49-tf conception of the real! Florida
Six.room modern furnished! house Millions of babies were added 'to' as,
Read Nelson Realty Company'. clone In, $3500; or will rent. Immediate o'clock ? family circles each t>f which bringsan they saw a part of It Sunday,-Lake
classified add possession. Nelson Realty -----, exemption of $200 in the parents'income Wales Highlander. Dayton Bicycles the Best ,
Every farmer -in this county ia Company. > Friday, February 18. tax return. are i'

S ; :-,1.,/ a' urged to put in a few: acres of j-ice. Born: At the residence of ;Mr. MARY* PICKFORD Widow and widowers who lost The only bicycle on the market,
John 11. liaisden ia 'in Tampa this and Mrs. Robert!; Riedel, 418 Clover their husbands or wives\ during(; the : SOMETHING NEttJ;+ with
410 five-year In
week-where he was called to serve street, Kissimmee, -Monday, February REBECCA OFVSUNNYBUOOKKARM year art especially affected They i i KISSIMM'EEI' guarantee
on a federal jury. 14, to Mr. and Mrs. Leon R are single for the'' purposes of the in. IN writing, given by the maker. j

The .Rnle l of the Addis property HHHR, a son. Comedy come tax law and are granted only : -- Don't buy a bike' that has only :
an exemption of $1,000 unless the i j .
from P.I K.: Woodward to W. p Lon' u- I We carry a 'Cull line of grain and THE BABY head of Five-Room Modern Bungalow a one.year 1 when \J.
/ fJ family. guarantee -
worth was made, through the Breaker I feed of aiL kinds. Telephone; ) your Persons i j just finished, facing east; bath you
needs.! 19 who were divorced or sep-j I can get a Dayton for the same 'j
Realty Agency.Fiveacre We'dl'livel' The Waters &* Saturday, February arated by mutual agreement during 1 room, four closets, fire-place; F
Carson money.
' suburban farm ; cleared' ; Grocery Company. W1I.UAM: S. HAUT the year also must consider. themselves bearing fruit trees large I
.... - fenced; good well. high land. ('heap| :Mr.! : and :\11'\1.: Scramlin: who im single persons ; corner Come in and look them over today "
w utf 750. Nelson Realty {-', mpuny. 'have been I(-siding ;it their home nt TilE TOIL L GATE The-status of the taxpayer on Docemlier I lot, cement walks, paved street; I i I

Lester Alfuril, had another "spell") [ 1017 ICmmett street, having sold thin! Comedy :HI 11II;>: <), determines the large beautiful oak shade tree. I Wynn's Bicycle I
Monday morning and washed the "property are now making: their roiilcnce i- THlKIIOPEI.S; : amount of the exi-iiiptions. If on I Price $3000. Easy terms. Shop
" windows, of bis place of business in' at'i'l:\ : Church street. that day the taxpayer was married
order that passt-rsliy; i miirht recognize Ask Nt'Ntm: Realty Company al),'.ul Monday, February 21 mill, living with wife or husband, l. I J. M. WILLSON. J No. 105 Broadway Kiisimmee J f

I that vulcanizing "was. done, insWe." l.nkeview Farm. It'" a dandy! ; ripe; I IIOIWTIIY OISII:; l'Iuil1may.\ .be made for $:!,nllll exemption. 1 Jt fi
The exterior, of (he building to he for development ; 12(1( rod* on Lisk' : inREMODEIJNG : ]If single, or married :and<1 ..-- t
'I'ahopekuIigo not 11\ il1"t h wife nr, liusl--in l (mi
occupied by the new'baiiK has hernHO : i 1IF.K; H11SIANI! ; 1I
I)ei-i-mln-r, :!:1 1 the
far! completed' ], usto h.\'<' thotM.riliT 1 Born: At Huinhridtftf, Georgia, ,.n I Comedy $1.110(1(), exemption is only I
> l '( whltli has been "used for, I tintn Satuiday. 1-Vln-uary' I 12: to :\\11', and MOTHER: : TO'i) i t'1 liE HIM: )lVi--nns. who dur-I I
hiibililation t of 11<'-0Iwnw rt-muve:!I.I I. :\11'1.; : Shearou'-'e. .. foiini"1'.1. '; I leached: majority: 1 H
I he block I presents' a very attractive of Kiss.mmee" u daughter: Alit Tuesday February 22 ing the( yeniiml w-ho--e earnini'f", \ i PennPik
appeal ance.Attorney. .loslyn.I I I thai pei iod amount<-d to :fl.MM I .)) tiim'oic i JI rs
? WARWICH & ]DANIK1.S ni :-JMM: () ) ..01niorv" accurdi., I g II'I > '
I Lewis O'Hi-yan has been Trv our H.iri injrton Hall and ( hu"oo: in their\ ntuil:11:)! slatiK' must )tile a re'" I
'( /I pp.n"'d'by; Governor; ('ary Hnrde-o Sjinborn ('ulf,'('. Hold of these at' 'I'llI1 lh MAN I tu-M and, pay: a lax' on :heir! net 1
Ill delegate to the Southern (Commercial lil',1 -IIM" in ,every. (particular." Th ce me In exi. <'"s of those :Mniountv. In-I
Congress, which convenes al Waters & Carson ( l'o'el'Y Company* COl11clyHAnnEn SHOP I To I avoid )penalrylho return OUt
GOSSIPWednesday ; :
Wjishington, l II. ('., on Tuesday, ''I ISroadway had its face washed laMSunday I be 'in the I bands of the ""I1"t./mUKt'1 CLEAR
March! 1. and, will continue in session morniiiK and looked belt? ". internal revenue for the district, ) in I
several days. :Mr. O'llryan, has not ,,, The city; marshal I apil" his force WH* February 23 whiili; ), the" taxpayer lines, or /IIHh :
decided, oft yet whether he will l sable hard. at work t1u.-hillg.. the pavement. .SPECIAL PRom'CTIONSOMETHING ) I pliilm |,:"| plat e of buvmesx, .ui mIn- l'Lr.2.:!' ;..... .. .
to make the trip.I and a flood of waier carried:& i l awayeveivthintr ": : ; TO THINK ,\lllIl" f".ie iiiiilmght,, of .\I.1'<'h 1 l"i, l 19.1! rosrura-
before it. I' II
\ Comed' PERTAINING TO CHURCHES WE GIVE YOU THE REAL CUT .
I I! Tlnity-acrc: lakefront home; kind UP IN: ALPS 1-I.At( i: .
,, I IN STAPLE EVERY-DAY EATS
ho 4 KISSIMMEE GROCERY li- It'llghoating and "h.....mg-. ;Xc-l-! : Thursday, February 24 Christian Church

r von:\Mr,Realty. I II.) C("ompHil.v.lee, who has hero. I I SPKCIAI.: ) PRODTCTION'Till ( ( I HI'W.. II. Coleman_ Pastor.Ill Gianulalcd, Sugar _' _ __ _ _.__ ___ __ _______---.$ .09
"S UKON:
] : LAW OF TilE:
.... .;/ .;/ 'pendiifK., pact two wi'i-Ks in Ki'imiiiet' -' ConudvSALOME (UI a. -Sunday school 12 Pounds IMIflury, - _ _ __ __ --__ ____--__ _____--____ .85
H.ukiiiff her" home wth :11rand I 11 I I I'Ml' a. m.. Sei, mon.
No. 23 Broadway 1 111'1': John Mel'hatet'nokincafter : : : ): vs. SI IFN; AN DO) )All 7.0:; ) n.I m.- Scrotum( 2-4 Pounds Pillsbury . . _ _ _':_ ____ _ __ _ _____ __ 1.65

\ her" prove i interest. left onI I A welcome for everybodv--etpe-I! 12 Pounds SelfyHising Flour - -_ __ --______ _--_ --___--. .79
Across from Osceol County Bank I iiday evening for her borne in Hal-I I Trv our now Hamp'-hiro rhc " ; lOW"i e. ,i H'" fine Waters & Carson Iioeery( I I 24 Pounds Self-Rising Flour---------------------------- 1.50

, 1 I Fill'al.::; .. : Rhode Island Red eggs! ]I: Company. !Mf.Mr .;I St. John's (Episcopal) Church 2 Cans I1 2 Blue Karo---------------------------------- .23 '.:

Granulated Sugar, pound __ 9c Iwt'hingfl'om the especially fin" 1' : *. Celeste Frip| vats amiiiifr (the,1 Rev. K.
L. Kirkbv. Rector :E wresh. :read
Beat Butter, pound _ . ,64: strain of :Mrs. ;N. U. Carson. Applyto I I larp-e'number from Ki-simmee. at- SC
Mrs.: :Maiion Carson, :ldl. Hload"I'l tend'nir the fair at (Orlando yesterlay. Second Sunday in Lent. FULL SIZETaylor's =-- '.
Full Cream Cheese pound 3Sc !I .
I way. : < 10OO: ) a. --Church( schoolII.00 Quality Butter __ __ ______ __ __ __ .65 '
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White Bacon, pound _ .Zee The ,work of improvement uti'in ,1 I, S. Walker and fi.mily, of Del- (!(> a. m Divine worship, with
and about. the I'n->.byterian chuicb ray hut former resident of Okeecho address by Rev I. A. II a 111,II on. I 2 Packages Pillsbury. Buckwheat _-unnnnunu .35
Bed Bulk Coffee, pound ZSc has accomplished mu< h in the wnv\ )>ee, arrived here last week and 7 ::::0() p' in. -Kvening: Prayer, with 100 Pounds Kiln Dried Corn---------------------------- 2.35 .
of beautificntion., With the surrounding will make this heir, future home.Okeechobee .-- aildreswSpecial" .
Smoked BaAo, pound _ .Z9t t te trees eearrd! l and trimmed!, j News i week-night services every 100 Pounds Wheat Shorts --___ _--_____--_________---__ 2.45

v Argo Starch, package . _ 9c the entire building re-painted, and| | We handle the best the market af Thuisday, at seven-thirty. 100 Pounds Hen Scratch _unnn__-___-________ 2.75 (1
the grounds well-cleanvd I, it i is now> I -- (.
Picnic Hams, pound. _. _Z7c I tI one of the show places of Kiss' mmee. | fords.& Carson All purchases Grocery delivered.Company.Waters !J-tf- Thorndykei Saw Hills of FloridaMr. 100 Pounds Cow Chow _-____unnn_________-_-_ 3.50
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I I| decree; M. Taylor was n visitor t,> : and Mrs W. L. Thorndyke
Quality Goods Lowest Prices I Kissimmee property is cheaperthan I Hainex City on Wednesday to look and dllulhl..rIis.: .. Wvlena, of Kis- I "WE SELL IT FOR CASH "
it will ever bo attain. Let Ne'- after the branch of the Palace (;IroffTy ,, simmee, were in Lake Wales for n
Honed Weights i son Realty Company show you II' being conducted there hy his! brief; ,stop Sunday afternoon in WE SELL IT FOR LESS"TAYLOR'S
teal
bargain. son. "Thorn's" old Rolls he
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II Rejoice as
1I j Already are arrangements being" Tourists, don't you want u comfy, calls his ]Henry.( "Thorn" is editorof I
Jl'1 made by parties from the north for C'OZhorn,' for five or six i \vei-k '. '.' The Kissimmee Valley Gazette; ? ;
aMirtments| in Kisnimmee' for next i''nicely furnished and henutifiil, which he is making one of the )best

I WANT SIX MENEach season Four women were in tb'1t ,roun.I.'l' have it. Nelson' Rent- II |' papers, in the state He was for
ity Tuesday: who have been I
on stopping (i t ty CompKny. v /]i I vi-urs with the Palm Beach' Post
in Orliindo, ; and they: found environnunts i I 1, Mr. iitiil. Mrs. C. E )Dtinaway left1I i I where his column was one of its J
with Little Money o pleasant' here that 'i most "jd..lr..ad features. Miss, Wv
a I : after 1 .
KiH'-imuiee on Monday an
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thev have made arianjrt'mentH' :t.) l lresidence -- -- '
tended residence, mid \v I II) make their II
spend, ll.e comingmter in KJSSIIIImee '-
SURE in :Miami where I III'> l unaway I.
FOR A THING but r
I This 'is on1 in'taiU'i' I ,
ian of than orjdinnry -
a phy-i< fitly
fl'\. many of the same sort. I
-: ability, will resume his piai'-
I Phone' your o rd,."". Th.will have. ;' tie. I .
, I' I hate a proposition that has prompt' anent n. Water.Carson i j
|1 1,. U. Zimmerman one of the
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l been a success in eery city in the tracery Company. !H.tf* 1 prominent" business! men of Saint' 1 1
United: Slates! and is greatly F. X. l.ul'ont who had a booth .,' .J Cloud who dtjiirhts in maintaining
the/ Tampa fair fat' Ins Kissimpi.jj19uuvenirs
iii t t needed here. !It's a "t.hare-and- : arrive l home on Sunday i his premises in the mot attractive I'
I shape was in Kissiirtmee yesterdaylooking !
..:p. ,.,.4 tliarealike"method\ of f filling a I evening, act'ompanied t by Mrs. La-'( after matters of ]personal interest OPENING
needed 'want < in Kinnimmee, and I Pont who wont to Tampa on Weil-! !' ( ,
', ,. iicnday with Mf. and Mrs:\ RotT, <>
.' \ realizing good dividends. Address I :Mabbette. ,t ieetthe: lntt<.r returning rl Wanted i ,To borrow' $2,500/ on ...
For
i1t-Ij'e security. particularsinquire
me at once. on Sutiiiday.: :Mr. LnPont went i
I ii'i :Monday: to the fair at Orlando. I at the. office of The Valley

.Mitl, I wa followed on Wediii'sdiv. I biMi .. (CazetLe.; the I enthusiasm of basketball RtfIf ..................... ..............,... ...... nn...... ....... ..
"B"Care 1.111'1 I ",rod then booth\ :it \ V
WRITE TO
\ //I 1 _e\po--it' 'HI-) Is i aiT\' attiai'T, : ., finis tea, suftii ,jentlv intensive to extend I
ontilled a- it Iw) it'', n.\"ltll-!!! ">' to the pockctljonk' there would!
of Gazette, Kiiiimmce .1 t nal tn., thin an ran duphrji! ,ii I in be no quest| inn as regards the financIII I
any ntliei put| ,in the I ..\0'' iol. i i of the pirl's basketball! team (0"1" The Business College Will Open j
the I pin pose of entering the contest4- j'r

..' ' ,, ........'.... ... ... ..... v. Inch are soon to take place.After .
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t I having spent what they
* *' .B. t. !. t-'riv "u delightful winter" in Ki'- 'r

Chas. McFerrinFOOD : ".I11I11"P11', : and, :Mrs.\ C. II. Parsons
a nil! two children left Wednesday
I Imornin;: for their summer home in Monday February 21 ::1:1ON
f ''Saline :Michigan. They are hiurhlvI ,
SCIENTIST--DIETITIAN I pleased with Kisimmec. and Florida I

in general, and will return to this
I If you are not pleated with your progress towards per

? feet health possibly I can make valuable suggestions to ,I city L. next J. Kane season, who has been speeding THE SECOND'flOOR OF THE OSCEOLA[ COUNTY BANK BUILDING I t.i'

you regarding corrective foods and the Curative Diet, a portion of the season in Kissimmet1
with F. E. Woodward, has returned
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which will give you the health you so much crave. |Ito Aberdeen, South 1 Dokota. lie -:-<-: >-:-:->-:->-:":-:-: :-:-:-: >->-"' to 0-+++

i promises to make arrangements !by .f.
1OS NORTH VERNON it 1 I which he will let go of his interests :Y i: There will be sessions both day and night with equal advantages to t

.\. <--,..-:<-.. .-......"'.....-:-:-:...--=................----.x.-M.-: >-..-:-''-:.....-: -:-:-:-....>-r.'X-: with there a and view will to ent..ringbu..im'ss.return to Kissimmce. He f both day and night students.

i in much with this ]
locality.
I impressed The principal! thing to decide now is whether you want to take any .i
-:-.:-:- :-:-:-:-:-:. -:.<->-xx.x-:-: :..x->-:- >> One purchase of "Painty Flour'1makes :yf f
< a life.longcUlttomer.. Then! kind of a business or short hand course. If you do you can save from .

I we also carry ('ilbhury.'old Medal, 'i $16 to $24 by enrolling now. "1
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Orient, and 1 Delicious Self-Rising-r- i

S nll marked down rigl't. The Waters .Y:. The Charter Membership is very nearly closed and to get the benefit ;1

For Sale 1& Mr.Carson and Grocery Mrs. R.Company.M. Angus, who* ::: of this big discount it will be necessary to get in touch with Mrs. Ferrin :I

have been residing corner of Beaumont -t at once. 1
and Verona, have removed to I
the( resilience of Mrs. C. A. Carbon, ; Look over our enrollment next Monday and Monday night, and you r

mother of :Mrs.! Angas, 22 Clyde avenue will. find the most ambitious: young people in Kissimmee and vicinity there

I The A. M. Story Place : their, south home. vvjiere Mrs. Carson they will is spending make- :.f -those who realize that a business education is the sweet pathway to the r

her winter on the east coait.: :f Big Places in Business. A knowledge of business methods banking accounting
The r'sidence'a'ated by Mr. Angas '
TWO BLOCKS FROM COURT HOUSE Ifs now occupied by the Thorndykes.A : short-hand typewriting; th( e correspondence of business; business '

1 t .- Correction f. mathematics, business law; penmanship spelling business English etc., are S

: steps that lead upward and onward. Can you afford to be absent?
An item from our Lake Hamilton i
I correspondent in n recent issue stated ; If you cannot call at once phone or wrjjle. All questions about. the
I Mr. Story has moved to Plant City that G. M. Taylor, who is the school answered. -
cheerfully
proprietor of the Taylor chain of f y'y
:,. and wishes to dispose of this prop stores, had bought the I Deen store nt ::
: Individual Instruction. Sessions day and night. Diplomas Awarded.
i erty. This place is offered at a rare Lake Hamilton. We are in receiptof : ;
a letter from Mr. Taylor in which :: Positions secured.
i bargain. Some cash and terms will he fells us this is a mistake. Ware
sorry the error occurred and makethe I See Mrs. Etta Lee Ferrin at the Chamber of Commerce day lime, and

e : buy this property. A Ford in good correction cheerfully. Winter .at the Graystone Hotel evenings.
Haven Chief.TOO .
i condition would be taken as part t

See L.'Ti': TO ('1. "9sM'1' .H.. H+O O *4-0*+00.00.00.'*+*.44*00 4 ***fr***0'0000.H.
t payment.
I I OST-Clolii rliih' pin, upon which Invnirravid
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I Initial \t VV (' Ilewnrrt for return -
I to Mm.atenuv Ol.m.Krlpjv, south.: Klnslm-118Henumont KISSIMMEE NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE

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I LYLESV.STORYtp FOR R Lg-".Oakland HI* touring car
In .nne. Grocery ahupe, at II a Broadway.bargain. Klnalmme 10-11- ( Owned and Operated by the National Business College Company)

10 BROADWAY FOR RALE-1119 Ford car In good I
condition. Shook absorbers and fi1hi
. atartrr. Bargain al 1300. Can be
. seen at Lupfer A 1'rathar'a garage
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x 1 THE KJSSIIIttaEE: "VALLTEt' t:! tTTE.! 'Y tDAY- FEBROXRY IB, j'2I' y ,

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I.1: SEEDS All\ honor to our sheriff wKo duga -" .t-.to .

( neat of moonshiner out of a Grateful to Tanlac
I swamp last week He Is living up 16

the promises made before .election,
More strength to hip good right arm-.

to
I The Watcher believes in work-

nnd Jots of it.To him a Iuy'person: . ..., -
: ; I'H a splendid abomination; but no :: ;;
UNITED SEED STORES lazy person should become so lib.!

sorlxMl, in toll that he never sees the

beauty, in a sunset, and. never hat .
a Maine City, Polk County, Florida time to join a little child in its play. 'T'

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(The Gateway to the Scenic Highland) Last week we- quoted- the law (given '- ( .

. ;''ll,) at :Mt. Sinai '.flll'bhldingthl' taking : wri
of the name of God; in vain. IViiliu
us this week to reinforce hat "stale
We Have. Them ment with the words of the worUI'-< '\

Savior in His Sermon on the :Mount .

v'1 u "hut I say unto you, swear not at
all." :Matthew 5U:: ,
1920 Northern Crop Just Received ty ,
) In order to help !her mother: wa-h _
dishes" u girl] in one of the nnrtlic .
, I Garden E-ieJ..d. Flower plates took off her wrist watch and\

nut it in her mouth. A lit of coue'n: 1 .
f Sample and Prices on Request log! ensued causing her I.. swallow r arv
the dainty little' ronlrjvanre wI' .'1"1

h Onion Sets Seed Potatoes Just Arrived lent was III.OUUK piece, and large probably as a twenty-live cost thai, 5P.5.

much. She was hurried to a phy
,r Pr.; <<'s Stock Remedies and Tonics Dr. LeGear't Stock Remedies and Tonic can: who couldn't imagine where 'he r .
watch- had gone to until he had us*d l a'
1 Pra<<'* Poultry Remedies Dr, LeGear's Poultry Remedies his!< X-ray machine; then wonderfulto t .

I Poultry Supplies Insecticides Spray Material Dips and Disinfectant PyroxArmour' relate, he found it in her stomacnwhere :t.
it was still kl'Pping"I'<'l1trlli'ti1111'
Sulco V B Fertilizer. : at least it was jut :r!>oul as .
l (,entral an it couldvell] l he! The clo"-I 3;

, I tor then got busy and the watch ..ot.nlime .
to the (5c,'asion.. In rontcmplalmu , ,
I I the above incident one is lost n
i admiration of the physician's a'-u- I
, nien. astuteness and all the) rest o't .
.
ew 1:1: I n. who woiilil use the \-iav to lin I t, ,3, .
\ I Il ar
Seed Potatoes w
AGRICULTURAL POINTERS where a swallowed article''' had,I gone a \ t -- t it

d SPAULDINGS No. 4 ROSE. EARLY RED BLISS TRIUMPH ( i.v 1. II \\iisiix, , ," '" ':-':TY1'1': j Second Hand Coffin For Sale"N'ovv f2 yRev.

IRISH COBBLERS
I The ncr "rampargn is on, and 1 I '
s We are fortunate in our contracts which make it possible to bop t\trybody is cluing it. llanutwhut' : ( that 1 have been

C k quote lowest market PRICES. ( 1'111 lit Ing" rice, of tour i- from the grave to which 1..sun''II..I//
this bid! fair to ln'i-omo a bannpistaple trouble \\'a fast leading
vi It will pay you to get our prices before buying, and our crop fur our county. We have which exent 1 had made preparations s .

Q QUALITY before planting. more bind adapted, to the culture of even to having! bought my coffin -

Our SEED: POTATOES are the highest quality MAINE GROWN: mv 1 than any ot/lii-r/ crop, 1 so let'-. :Slayr's Wonderful Remedy ha*>
(get tnjjethor. :\1r. Grower prepare made a new man of me and l I feel as Parker Moon
selected especially for seed. your land now and drill your crop good ns ever in my life, after having --

, .J Send for FREE CATALOGUE, and SEED SPECIAL, giving in well-prepared noil. A yield of 40 been at the point of death half I Nearly everybody in Southwest of climate 1 then moved to Texas

1 REVISED PRICES on new crop SEED BEANS, PEAS RED SEAL ltuo-h'J": to the acre was reported! a dozen colic times attacks.with" acute It is indigestionand a simple, :Missouri either, know; or has heardof aridcnt balk l and forth throe tim
TOMATO, and CUCUMBER SEED. PEPPER, etc. from one who saw fit to prow rye harmless preparation that removes'' the Rev. Parker Moon, who fur a but did not get the relief. I had hoped(
This land would not
last
year. same j full half has devoted his l 1'fe' for. Finally, I pot; so bad off I W'l snot
We carry all the leading and'standard varieties of seed that produce either corn or velvet beans the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal century able] to >ret; around with any Jc- e

l have been tested and known to be adapted to our soil and climate I say, old timer, rice is:' the crop for tract and allays the inflammation or-ganization Tree( of comfort. I nas' ills. told I
VETCH. RAPE. etc. our county.At which causes practically all stomach had heart trouble."I .
RYE
SEED OATS Friends or Quakers.
y trouble liver and intestinal ailments -
time was a sure
one sugarcane
bad.l read about Tanlar and tt
is at hand. Our information service One I "Uncle] Parker," as he is f'I- as
The planting season near crop in this county from wll account, including appendicitis. more had been highly rerommended-l
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Call for information might nd II. is reason why the dose! will convince or money refunded. miliarly known came from fine old very
is free. on us any on year crops you en' no pro- to me, I docidi-d to try it. I u* .11 think we can supply. duvtion can't be increased,, at this J. 7. Roberson, and druggists every I rugged Quaker stock, and there' is bottle and had taken only a few Jones -
time. The l sujrnrcane borer has where. not a better known or more highly;
until I could notice marked l improvement
OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA caused. considerable damage to the SENATOR j('respected citizen in that part of the in my condition.a I noticed --
STATE OVER TREET slate. In referring to I.is remarkable -
culture of but where .
t sugarcane I l especially that I was not tr!>u-
- L A. MARTIN SEED COMPANYr rigid' l rules are adhered to in the selection IS GREATLY IMPROVING 'he said restoration to health by Tanlac,, bl-.,d any more with sour stomach \
and of seed cane, there :
care after which
eating
202-206 E. Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida should not be so much loss due to Senator :M. O. Overstreet has been I "About five years ago I suffereda was a great relict 1/

HT-TEST SEEDS INSURE GOOD CROPS the destructive little cane borer. R in East Central
careful not seed on trouble indigestion Myappetite
injr to plant any was nervous : fully 'tjc<'
.nut'--und for time his conditionwas I
cane that contained i the grub cane a j waR'I'ry poor and my f"cdiFpldnm tiUis splendid; I enjoy my me;*Is!
borer we can 1 Ive almost assured that considered critical. Latest word I afrecd with me, and 1 had) to and I do not find it npc'Ksnry now 'n
|, we will set n fair stand and aa average from the bedside Rives the informa- live on a very restricted 'iet.! 1 suffered ,take any laxative medicines rykind.
the land i. ion: that he is now rapidly!: convales"ng deal from headache* '
yield provided < a great
1. 1 can sleep much 1 better I'll 1 Iam
I free from all grubs, and not near a nnt, that barring any posbible. 'surd dig/y spells; I had "severe pain not neatly "so nervous.
Good Night's I' infested the relapse, hi' will soon l h. out and attending the small of back and
Get a Rest field] that was Ht all proI across my war "I 1 take great pleasure in recommending .-
a I viou\ year with the cant borer. It to his affairs. Madly constipated most of the time. Tanlac to anyone who needy! i

"u< late now for cane planting, bat -For the- Children : I In fact I was so weak and rundown a food, system builder, or who sulrn -
I\, Sleep is just as necessary 1 one may plant and secure" a good' Too much care cannot be exercised > I was not able to attend to my du- f,- with stomach trouble. I havd ...
stand I that will come up later for in j ties. recommended Tanlac! to a greatmany
: to health as food. The selecting a cough medicine for
use. Plant in five foot rows about children. It should be pleasant to I I "This condition made me very of my .friends and am ple8s..d l .
.' ; ability to sleep depends on I five inches in the furrow and cover take, contain no harmless drug and ''nervous and I could not sleep at to reach others by riving this statement ....
the condition of the nerves. /about three inches If .the land is most effectual in curing their coughsand night. 1 Frequently:> I would lie awake for publication."
p Hour! one 'ton of lime shquld! be applied colds Long experience has Imost I all night and was in that ('on.dition Tanlac sold\ in KisHimmee by J.
v Dr. Miles' Nervine to the acre, follow/with/ hivh shovyn that Chamberlain's Cough more or less for five years. :My 7.., Koberpon) and Central )Drug Store r
t ( grade fertilizer at the/ ,rate of :300 Remedy meets these conditions. Its physician .said he could not do anything and in St.' Cloud by the St. Cloud
insures a good night's rest. to) TOO( pounds to I the acre, and when} n favorite, with many mothers for me and suggested: a chanePTi"ansfei' Pharmacy.
1 the cane i i. well advanced In jriowli. .
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r It will help any nervous *>/av :about the first of September, nn-
condition from bleepless- ply -"O: ) ) J pounds) of nidate of uta\
per acre. Practice! ( 'lean/ cult) i\ ,It 'i"n
4'' ness to epilepsy. Your i until the cane shade"/ the nnddliXM.1I. ,, .-- ..

;i ; money back if the first .
Thrips cause, a great amount o' ?
j fl 'I -L bottle fails to benefit you. (damage. and niay be avoided with .

r You'll find Dr. Miles' the use of Hla< k Leaf 10 used ns a
I -Prl'Y. One to 10(10( parts of water ,
Medicines in all drug store
|Ii" recommended., Thnps infest the
? ;3 3e j roses. in bloom, citrus, fonts, and) A :fa't chance!
some truck crops. They are minute

e Everybody Who it Anybody Advertises Their "Wants" in The Valley Gazette i in size, and of a yellowishbrowncolor. .
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As a general rule, we pay more I READ a story. SOME OTHER kind.
attention to the culture\ of our citrus .** . .
fruits than is given to. peaches. I ABOUT A fellow. OF CIGARETTE.
"IT SAVED MY LIFE" trust that all growers.* wh,, have . . .
peaches on the farm will take 1 better \ e WHO SLIPPED. I REMEMBERED that yarn.
care of their t trees and crops from l .
Tfc* Feeling Tribute .f f Woman
ta
A l t. a now on. Spraying is an importantitem ON AN Icy hill. AND TOLD tho clerk.
in the production of better . . .
fruit, and 1 recommend) the \use of AND STARTED to slid. JUST WHERE to get off.
PERUNAREAD the following sprays: Starting with . * I
the loom, spray for the first time AND TRIPPED up OTHER KINDS will burn Tt
f " ..* .
when the calyxes are shed from the f *)

} ''k;: HER LLTTgl. blossoms: with two pounds of lead A FAT lady. AND GIVE off smoke.
.e w -IT WILL DO YOU 1000
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;o ; .t arsenate paste to f>0 gallons of water . .
<> inirK2DibMltS"'m,0 < too. Ifrol
3Y' feN
,i Y 'aa.:' Y ; ra'.J,JlI LT'J. .. WM."run lows, end "" ".Fable wasp TI e I and pour into the mixture the WHO SAT on him. I'LL ADMIT that much.
i q. T YX" aoe;, 1 o.a.ol ualo.res.!t.-n ro. too-rock"L Dut.u oo u..rued q nooYeJ7oJ. milk obtained from two pounds of . .

r ) .... uar.a ...}."0.. lime. About three weeks later spray AND RODE down bill. BUT THAT'S as far. s
d P s, +* i :,r < : R. ,.D. 11 0.t,l.angp,"'nan* with lead l arsenate solution] leavingout LI .
,+ f r .. ,>s g A letter Uk. TO THE foot.. AS I'LL .
q this brioo bop and th* promlM' of hIth the lime water, for at this time go.THERE'S
ti h s. ... . .
to ry aid and Buffering v om.o. Perl>ape you know we wish to get at the brown rot of
l, t; 'lt .wlmtltDMuatohanyour daily JuO. a mta ry. 8er7 peaches. Art!! when the fruit i is well AND THEN he wheezed. ONLY. one kind
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i, ? nonitMnt an effort,stomach danu>t.d. pain In the bead, advanced in size, about one month
k !>..*and lotra moat at the URM. ...rnm raw and qulTvtof before the fruit ripens spray with "MADAM YOU'LL have. OF CIGARETTE. .
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+. -o a moment day or night In. from anff rin(. .self-boiled lime-sulphur solution.
I'' \, TMUTS M UQUO Do a* ..n.AnqMUfh did. Tak ......... Bon't wall Every month some of our countiesin TO GET off here. THAT CAN.. and. will, and doe.
f I;: MLO rVtHTWHDU6t rt r-g ht.way. . .
.. this state are organizing the FarmBureau. REALLY "SATISFY."
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This is THIS IS as far. .
a co-operative organization . .
b'' :\, for the growers of all "
produce, and the sooner we can form AS I go. OTHER cigarettes may please! t.
I surh an organization here in our e for a time-but that's
SO WHEN a new clerk aa far as they With finer tobaccos
,county the sooner you will receive go. -
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Kill That Cold more money for your produce, and both Turkish and Domesticand -
With
., ( save in buying of commodities. 20 for 20 centsin WHO DIDN'T. . know. with finer blending-Chesterfields -
Don't forget you have a county give you the fullest possible ..
air-tight pacAatfc MY REGULAR eraokfl. cigarette enjoyment. They always'
county agent here at your service",
H . .
.1LL4' and if you don't use his services, it Also obtainable in round satisfy. It's the blend-and it can't .
TRIED TO .ell be .
tin of SO, vmcuum-iemfod. me. copied.LIOGETT
is your fault. My services are free . a ,
to all, and I am glad to serve you
tel at Jill times. If I don't get aroundto
CASCARA
QUININEFOR -lIe you, blame yourself.


'*& ?Kt> w Dollars and Cents)
+ AND
C.ld., Coughs .... La Counting only in dollars and g D
.OM\V Grippe cents, how much did that last cold
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cost you ? A man may not always
Neglected Colds are Dangerous stop work: when he has a cold, but .. Q O

i k Take no cbux-aa. Keep this standard remedy handy for tb. first i.n_ perhaps It would be better if he did. O o o
It takes about ten t
Breaks up a cold in 24 boon- RUre days to get com. s
pletely rid of a cold under the usual
in
? Grippe 3 day*Excellent for Headache
treatment. That time can be much
Qninlne In this form don not affect the head-Caecara la beet Tonic shortened by taking Chamberlain's CIGARETTES
e Lma.ti__No Opiate in Hill's. Cough Remedy and proper care of .

f yourself in fact,a bottle of this rem-
r, ALL, DRUGGISTS SELL IT edy in the house is a mighty good & MYERS TOBACCO Co.
M investment during the winter and

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.. THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.' FR't1AT. FEBRUARY' *. 1921 'I' SEVEN


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I ADVERTISEMENTS esament name of any a. apeclfled such candidate below, hall and ne be

CLASSIFIED J II I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS .11 nlnte-d UPOI or counted or return '
if'
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upon any such .
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tells thin provision .hall have bean :
CURSU coinplk-U with. '
$ FUBJRER FOR SALE MATERNITY NURSE wants work. In 'Circuit Court. for tho Seventeenth I Ir he b. married; Charles n Love andkVllllant form of 11.11.5. .
No laundry *> oik except cimtlno.ment Judicial Circuit of the Stale ).I. Can)', as Trustees of the The ; In mi III luxury election '
HO.IMM OI..OIl.I.t\.II.f,: washliiK1! US perweek.. Mrs of Florida In and for Oivcola Count,', Instate: of Joseph R. Tantum. deceas. ihnll volh.1 llrst and second choice
i'iv-HUO.\1: MOMLIHN nousio; lot Khodn. Spears,. 14 Ornnffe atreet. In (' I" .'rr.ill' ID the mutter' of the c'd :. Charles II I...ore and William IfCamf.y balot I. rulnpltnncv with Ifre provls-
I 7Bxl4H blocks busUIIIBII JU-St' iftllluti of I ( tj Fair to be a. friodvaler. as Trustees and aa Kxecutom primary lawn an.the
feet, tluee I'c.m
.' under the 1".tVII.. and Testament ofJoseph : .h"of.
SELLS pait ot town. Cheap at fitVUU.l''noiuhli. INTEIJ.I'artne'r I'lM.Vl IHCCHKM.And *"I n the cnmlldHtea for earn
of .ntlOKllli "'.\ to (altO trip In now thin day this cause roniino' K. Tantum deceased: Annie Hluill Ill printed. on the* ..
tiTina .iin. .fl. .
pa tow boat from KlBRlminei: ,* to La'ieokc4qh on to be luiind UIIOM tIle I'omltiw. In 1st. Tantum and her husband. Jf she he uliihabvtlcul I older "Uot.
LOTH llveioomllOUHO
: LAItlllO' ; I Kood <.bce. How bunt furnlHhcd.Flfl , and MlliiH I of the niioit .of the HIM.clalMaHtci I iiarrlt-l. : IVrcey I*. Tantum nnd his is.%. nt lleurnaTlic )
Fire. Life Accident and CUSt flUllt, high outaldiicltv HIQUIIlPuood >'-iI(ty' em olhiM', expeiimH. Re- and. UKlupuit of S te..tlin I, 'ny Alfe if he be iiiitriled. loon H.' Tun ( l nie-ot nt 8
dolt watei.
,,just : lily before Monday' mninltiK (0 Ilelmcr and upon t the hearluK. tlicniif aii.l upin tllnt and his wife If he be married, |oon.II.. ...hal day of March
llinlla.I t hol .' .Ki.ml Klound.lnl 'I'.re
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4 < IJuinl.: pii-tly' TeliriH I If;I ....nil.ed. !"'tin) leneral I Delivery. cltj'. 10-ltx' the motion for llnal I .1..( ..... and. |iliolI't Ida. W. Tantum and her hu..hAnd.lI nutn ) , tliv City founcll chanitii-r oft
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Plate Glass (' In'( In tin' mairled "'I Health Liability I\K\ fully "ud\lNid ill' <-lt> of .KlHHltiunei* ml imnllclynnviiHH
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for f i ult iino puulny runcli. .
: it I....' htinbiiinl. If be '
land \\ .\STI'-: 'Two servant 'Kills for i .m'.H. she married. I If ( th ri'tu-riiH. in accordancewith
TITAClnH:; : I'XIia brood onIn .
f .Kcneral I house work. at .I." t TinCouil hereby dull u('liii the noi '- inv (if the-aame be <.deceased or otherwise I t tlie |lri 11)11 t''y t law of Flora
U Ii olid l oin city \1'1.1) .
'just/ 011. 311110 .I..t.
and Boiler, Insurance. I limits 3611, ;,,..,u'lltjA' tteex, nllilac--, HOUHII"I on 'fiolf ' or phone > t <>l I' llndlnKD I of thf< Hpiclnl; I Mimtir( rliilnjilnir an interest In the nbnvlencrlbed <> da, 0111| <.lv<'ljit.<. tes have
.. ; land l\' 2?. I l2tWXNTKD | ind tlu'Cuuit belnir millsllid ,'In to land: All of whosn teslden- h..(' inlimted for earh office votedfol'
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I. olttUH t < n< iJilant
Mood
more the ('Ih.iIeiy, cnuiilillltv' aiul' iiii.ililli:, illon PlOt atid addiesses. are unknoun\ YOI7and find th .1"Ill .
tnun it lId socretaryif
I lo tueti, baiKnln, I lit f II,rii i iJirins : ; : .
Bonds Executed I of itln I nch of command. I .
Legal : AT ONCKSmnll cuttatreoi I. 1-aii to tile: : i hiii KIof you are hereby Ibis rmiinilllpi within" two day
It-.I
Think of bilik. I KIOI.iluht '. lui I.Kit low for stimuli, .r: muRt loa ye and maiinice ...., fi\n Htiili jti"d ..d to nppar In the aho\t entitled tI."fl"I'I i . I I .erttf\. the names ot
nt hlithwuxLAKKX .h,1
town' on bath intiHt 'be' fuinlKliid III list be* iionltnnd| In becomo a f i i-e-ili n li'i' .a line on or befoic the 4th day of thesi. I'll' ii.l I 'Inn; the1 noml-
: I l K VN FARM flontlliK. count / r'e'I\
Same Day Needed. .' ltsI' 11.asoiialil\ -1.1 lei-d I. \\iit! to 'HuitKlllow. n i\ i>l \ i. Hpecl : .\ptll A. l 1'.11121.'ITS" . nation for ,iu-" therlly au-
mad IJn iildH. jolliH latr' Ivtllllt' .
a ,, ." cit to The (line'lie*. S-t C It in t oiiHldi ed btin Couil i Hint \\ the Honorable C. O An- theirltlis of KlMulirimei'I AM the* ne)mlne I-
llowllIK' WC'llH, lllllllllK gt't... -- a HieiiHi. In InUi ih.uiri. of., nnd ,Hiana liews" Judite pf th* ahote (Court nnd e.H of this ,imity fur the ofnre'B to
.4 builillliKM L I niinlliiu I p nnnljH" I plmfemed \\'.VNTiii-.tii. "Mil, Au.nl I tiir. Klnsimjncu h.., ow I n eHt' iti' ,"..1 |"no' |'''t il I 1) ,indo ,nnnme aH Clef thereof and the I... \ ot. for ill tl lii- "e>n.'lal election
and. vu i PMt i liniiil. . i ii In H! and \ iclnitfoi. I MonthlPtimlVim I)' .lie*.onn.. n f t ei -.1"111..I I.i inn) II 1 ii ...."1 of said. Court at KIsHlminei. 0....eiln to In. ..0 Id SI'Ureh 28. I IK2IAMMFit.Mtnep'atft. .
OFFICE: State Bank Building nra 'iiKe;< liuninnK: land I In,, Plot Ida itlI.le.t :: Ae. idem. and,. II. 11111, I...- uiib\ .i "t.1 I.. tin. "pill| .,mil I'Iliel ( Cnuntv. Florida on the 31st I 4 l.i'Ht to di \ i lop. and IIISI .
plate of .1 I Fail. mill. that nftii of thin I>ecember A. I). 1S20CIRCfIT . '
.partilicnt Ihe ( .i'al coiupanvUlititiK a ioiv| For t Ill) iiuipuse i>f xli>frn) liiK thee
( ptopclt *, In. tin ( oniinunlt all foi,'ma '.....hh."I. health lecni. ...h..1h"\ | \'" .liei.n |..||.||ialt.t1|| | Intll COURT (KAI,) '* .pens!'N of I h.* pilmiirv cleet I..,li., I In'Iutln" -
Se \ \l'l\l enHtit. \.u lllUHt,. Me' and life IIYHUIIIIIICI" ' lt.cultiH, a man .' nianiii i unit for tin. I ttnii I ,MI.511 i,110. J. I... O\'I HRTngRT. ( I the* payment of I n spe.t o rs Hhd
this> propert) to II l'I"'lu' It. capabli, ' handlliiK btiHiniHR. I in e\ *"t'\' ..d f".h.. no.Ik..f) ..|.|"IIt'un.." Hhete. AH (Clet k of the aho\ Court pilntliiK I of bnlleils I I etc. thefolNmlnK
II i ..r.niiSPLINIHI'" paitlculm I ,I'. CommlHHtoii" loiitiaetonl I. anil t.hi in hiiibx aulhitilxtd. totake RItIll11t4 & RTRKD.Solicitors : assessments are l levied
DR. R. J. DENNING I T\VO-STORY. seMnroomlioiine. I\'. I Pait lime I sir\lee I coo"itl.-,'e.l. < biiii.e of mill imitiol; In.,. entate. !' for Complainant 4-lJt against prn.pe-tlsi. cnttellelatps for the ;
. with I ,H..IIIII.. .i .14 p"'h. two Ailuirisi.. C II ,Hoer. !Manauel,, Cart- to ('''''Clac.t and be (..OIIIIIK.II \s II ii, ---- \arlom offices to lie filled: J
DENTIST HI lei in. d-iti I port .hi s. two open. fln- ualt\,' I ii. tnrtlll.IlI.: National Life Insutattei to sue anil, bi. HUI'd. and' to bind h*.rBelf MITK TO (IIKDITOHt Mn\ or. (Ue dollara'lerk .
la tot let and; lantotboth up I
1.1 < es. .nlci. c'n"'l.nny. 2W South LnSallistrut. In all iiHieitn| an full an If Bin < nnd Tux Collector five dol-
Over the Postoffice. and,. ilow n stairs IIHO 1'- C'hle'""". Illinois H-.it) u ei i< lilti.tarri.'dhi I. the Court of the (onatr Judge, lat'n.
lain S bath Mub l upHlalm i liimlim I ornnm 1>..n.. ,.ltl iiila-4il I In Chmnberff Oneeola ('OUB|>, Mate of Klerlda dollar
. ---- -- --- -------- atOrlando Treasurer five
I10UHS 9 1 :80 t treis and Oil,. i r"lta. line \-\N'I'JoJ.-'nl."n. foi.. line thin ilaxof fl\' dollars
OFFICI: : to 1230. : to . ofuuar Klorlda on the 2d Membe-rs City Council. "
ira' ill. M bin I iuraBe. "hll-I..III.U.! s' ani.....i. tiles I tliiaimil I I ei-d Ralnrwith \' I'ebililli'}'. A. I It IV2I, In re Estate of N. R Carson I aspelierM.
Residence Phone 174- woodRhed c..nw..t drlvewav.. JfiomBlreit I'ktta c'ommlRKions, Cowan C O. AN'ORKUS To all Creditors I buck to. jaraui. Fine propel Tile & llubbe.t. CeimiatiChicaKo| : 8- t JlKlne, teen and all Persons having\ Claims an herli' deslnnnte to conduct then
Office Phone 158 ,.t!) In Rood condition. Also a Illinois, Box 7S4, -2tr _,_ _ _ _ _ or Demands against said Instate: I Id inlniary election :

-- splendid" 40-ai.ie. farm 1riek.14MM than hlnhwayIV two. .----- ---- IN Till t,: CIUCUIT COITHT OF THIn You and each of )you are herchvnotified I UN-JIM.torn. John Mel'istter. Marlon
miles from town on
\%'AS'rg.--Jo'UIlNITl'ln: for mhome. \ VNNTI.I.S.J.1I: ; JITI'IjYi 1 11.I.. ('I lt'tJI'l' and required to present any rnrnir, Tom N Clark.
b m'i-ll and. i"OHH fi'n<;ed;: gotI : hcddiiiK I :. d I a h.*s. oil i i Htocsri'friiereratorR OF. Till HTATH: t>F FI.OHIDA, IN ,'Ial",).. and di''rnands vhlcli )'ou. oreither Clerk A. ":. TliomaHonoilUK
bouHe, wati t I In paHliiti'. icooil plopcrlv -
or ohsfurIture: irar- of you. may have agaInst thef W 1'KRSONS.
ANn Poll' OSCHOKA COUNTY IScUASC'I'HY'
P. A. VANS AGNEW 2" ntriH I'.lent id.I these two lien toolM \\lll dIsh nnvwhereAddress : state of NU'Ca..on., deceased lateof Chairman .
pay I.. H. \\.hltl..k. t...."-
toxctliei at ,7f1lil. Terms : ; :: 9-5
I.IIICI-H no ;communications to 4 Furniture lilalnaliterHiin I TliomiiH I If d..lrt.d.I1''I'HAI. .
Executrix of said
ATTOHt-AV-L.AV; :- : I. nxcni.LFVT RANCH! cme, The Oaretti. KlMslninneLI ; i'i'slUtiitil'IhiS, BILL TO tilTH'T" ': Tl- within two i'ah's from the date estate hereof 1 M riM foil I'l III.ICATION.'
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..oil daliv fminaml TI.i: OIIIH.H I : tlF l'cnLIC'\'I'ION.
OKKIfKS 1 "1'154 >l'lItl'Ils- K >Y (lit (!li\'TLi.M: : :: Alf.nt want- .
:
Tin: 8T\Ti: OF FLORIDAin Ilt.pariment of the Interior. U 8
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Conn' let URRlniw
116 South Orange Avenue nnd I other a'property ttin. llRt of ......lw..I *. .'tl I In the clt > of KlHHlmmi to sell T'human Mill \\'Jl.II" I.IIIINA I ( IUi..N.3It .
the geflliiuie J. R UalkliiH. M..II.dll"M. S. lI..d.. bin wlfV. Homer IIuma.'y.C'h"rl"M !F'hruAn' 12
fill
\\ IIIIM all MndR .f illv .Hid iiilurl.t'rt IP21
I 1i..1e"'K.. i I': t ttat.tR. Toilet .Puparntlons S ('lii 110' it lidVi.t HIIMWI\ Kxerutrlx Notice In hen gIven that James
Orlando. Florida l ". |,VI'I.M4)N iiK\i.r: % C'41111'' ' ete All or npare* time A All of w ill,," cHldenci ,mid, adili.i.H..ente .. Yale, of KoldiBfe, Florida who oil
-- wonderful .." ..orlu.h', to. let Into utiKnimn. You il ndsu'li of v nil AIlllM'I'lt'i'I()' January 18. I IMK I mndi- 'lttmesteadEntry
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------ --- --- buHlne fin., \ourRelf \\rlte I teielay. Iniibx, "I'p""r' K'''..Clo.I. : 7 of Section
Home Address : Poll SXLIJtit; .,in.l.111 I hollMl hold flilli1-,, are conitnmidid to Inthe ) No 015746 for Lot
'I bldHtllUlH HlllllKR. inaltMHMIHiliillR . for free paltlelilatR- and Rample, .IVatUlns ano\i. entllliil! aiiHi.. on or In foi.e I curt Winter Park, Florida I tllll. I'' driRKfiR. | tabliR, klti S 'Inn R \ Compan" AI !MemphiR... the tin daof Mllih .\ II 1921 < Htale vl Florida.Kstate Si.hi .ii. ban II I 1..1 notice of

L _I II \I.II..IIH jiml( *(t hat MHI Hunt. itliaiunln Term 9 ztx lo .Ml iiaittcH ilaimliiff. mi Intirt Intention to maki, Three-year Proof.
---- foi' uptI'k Rali. . ('"II In the ru.iiiw'l.ig dem'rlhed land pf Nettle Hlakem to cMnhltxh clnlm to the land .iibovont
I =- ,: ==-== _ 3K| Urutk prliis..trl', '. ilt\.. Wanted : LuKe| clean cotton rag Hi.">.lnnliii: 72 14 f...'i Cant ..f tin. THI: JUIMH; !', op SAIl COURThinaR ul.. .rlh,.d. jut'ft.r., Clerk Circuit' I Court.KMlnimif .
at The Gazette oflkc tf SouthwiHt i'01 our of Itloi.k "W" ofHi \\ I i\il\n Hall has applied" Il ,. Flollila. on the 25th day
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW 1..HK\LR-ltu"II.I..w.- -- - IHe roonm, IIl"rr'eml'JCM "til'\' A Matin'w 'H tililltlon to the to thlH C""u,', for Litters of .\dnilnlii- of Manh. 1 )Z1 .
: -- ---- ---- --- ,
close In No n..entR 'Ton of HISHlminii* <'t,ilFlorida 11 n II..11 on thi estati of Nittle Hlakeiliiianid. Claimant iiainen UK wltn'mieii

AddiiRR' VaIlcy < !ai,.'tl.. "f'It1"11"' MISCELLANEOUS. inn I Ihenii' KIIHI: An, f'l thinio North .. late -- ------ -- - 221H, feet thenii' \\IB| IlIU 4 fi,'eltin : i olaT r M of okoaee, Florida

\ boat 2 "cUnder. fiH 'SKCONI HAND (14 toilS. boliKhl. Hold. u'flut' Son I h T.Ti, feel I ii'tiu-u' ":""1 lieKi- .\te. Ti.-refore.. To cite mid Warner Building. FOR I I S I'\I.I'IIot..r iliav' motor. hpi-ed 15 mil. H and r..nl..d The ConS ii,.. 44.If 72'I/, flit .mid I Uieiict. :South' I Jr.(" fi-i-t to ailinonlRh. all and singular. tin kindred. Ou>'. of Bt Cloud. Florida
----- ---- -------- and rt ..illolR of said di eased to be lAV1S. C
HI f ..... draft about the pint e of hiulnnlnu" All lying In < nonT w
hour IjitiKth I<_ |l'I'r: II1">IY- Kiep, I.UR\ IH Jol'unsafe' ",..I befori this .
\eiur Court on or
-- ----- 1 Indies. Will sell cheap, 11111 tX nnd bi fim' ii i is 11 of Itloi'UV of until appear Ifl-Stx Hetrlnter$
0' 14 Nart..M. Flot'Ida. 1-2ti In it ,w'n1l''u" "' llimA' Mil II.. w 'R Addition In the before the 3d daof SIt,rch. A I n. I 1K2Ianil .
. (5ompany. want a lifi-lotm btiHim. Y..u canKi Tow n of KlRRtnimie. CltKloilda. utidi nIp objections. If anthey hneto .
Reid inIliiiltid .t Into sue')h n IniHincRR, . Hilling: .i' ThoniiH C Hi.Id mid Pliraliitli.. S thi. 1-MiiitlliK of Litters of .\dmlniHttatltin -
Pole F! \.1l.1'n..t: Si. .stii'Ricnne J R, Priet. more than 117:i \\nkliiH I ,prodiietRdlieet Hild lila wlfi' llomi Iliinim, : on said istnti. otlierwlne, the

numiiltleK,. Plorlda.. i 1-2tIIOT to fainnrH If you .,wn. nutoor Chll""MI" (i'ii \. mid \\iii rtonHtll\. If Hinni. will I... KI, anted to Raid I i\elyn
.OO..OO..O.OO..I LouKhman" I. hint or inn.. Kit one*. If \ ou can I Hn\ of the Oflith.I.e ibiia. id orittherclilniliiL Hall, 01, to some other fit peison or
-- - -- UM! bond,,, with |ierHonal. Heiurltles s'iMi- mi inteiiM I tlurelii All pi"monRitmsR

?? !? ? !! I boat F' lit", cnpnrltv R \'1.1'1 8 I 111051 or 10 in laSM"flgers. w motor - \\ i .l.t'l I, Mill with '.h., H"Illnic. helps of w' hime .tiHldiniia a "I inldn......... \\' nix name as totinl\. '' .ludireof DUVAL HOTEL
fi2 II. liiiHiniHR. .
fill loiiii all luml > iarH 241llillh.iial us mi niikiiiiun, on nnd tat h of xonme the Countx nforiaild thin the Bill
18 cvpress
"l I.'r Price $1 12r. :c.tiupl.'te.. or will its of out piodtietR \\','Ieefor Infoimatlon I,u't't'.1.l \. iiiiitnanded to. appinr. In daof PebiuarA, 11 11521.h .
wlieieeui' can mt tirrl .. 1 HI' \I.) T I. COMKR .
mil liont without motor for $7.1 the nho\i intltlid IIIIHI on or liefori Opposite Foal <>f .)
Park 3tfroll ton" .I \\ATKINS < 'S( IMPANY: tin. 4li dant April .\ I It 1921. 1-41 County .ludure
louses rented. P O McCnbe. KiRHimnne Dipt' 111 I I \Vlnona., Minn 9.2tx \\ITM.)'
Taxes paid and Titles verified 8\LE -..."' .. ti''n Hhans of stock ',, Jurlui. of I h.' Ah..\.... Court. andm A % OIlIiA'll!
.p I In the KlRRlnimie Ii... and. Cold FOUND \' liami' IIM <'I. k Ihireof. and tin. 100 Rooms'-50 Balks

(for non-residents. Storage Company. For I IlIf..naClon h _ nenl ..f Bald Couit at KlHRlmmie. Once- .*.. ItrdlBiaMere to Amead *4MfloaIIIIIKK '
.apply, I.. R T Itutli" form..r manauer Klil'.N'H Lady's purRe. with content*! ola Ciinntv. Flnrldi on the Slit lilly of tber Urdl...<*e Kaf Itlerel All modern lm.r..C..1 elevator,
fire. Life and Accident In. of l eiemlni \ l> 11)20 .... ..
21'I, ttIItI Rtnit. KlRRlnimie owmr ma)' ha\i' same b\ pa\inic AN. ORDINANCE telephoae. .<. .. be.C. -
6.tf for thii notice. and coiling at GIG CIHCIMT COURT nAl.) An ordlnane Relating tei the* Use of out bath. flJHX wIth bath. prper.
surance. Sproul nxenue Jack HaR .I I I. OVIMflTHKr.TR "' \\',,','r and Lights In the* City ofRissinIrnee. 2.0

Indemnity Bonds. FOR 8ALK-One tletl R"'ctrtcVall ., Clerk of tin. abo\ Court Florida and itegulatlngttii ....
Plate. Practically new. At a reasonable LOST Knill", '" ( "STPIMlSolUttors :( .la\ment" therefor and Pros Id- "'. (4. "O (F.I. Mmmmmrr

.. . . . . . . . . . . ... pi'Ice. Apply Valley OaB.tte - .---- .- -- _ for Compldlnnnt 4- 13t Inir\\ the and Methoels eif Furnishing such'atcr
7-tf Lights to the* citizens
Lf >ST--Pi om Allto"ohI.I i oti told. l It"
- 011111 eTei.: And for the* Collection'. of Water andl.ixl.t
tw i"fn KIMMlmm.' anti ilnitfutril l .sn.tra ,
( ; r KHIHIIS \\' j, STIHI: l I..oltL": --T".h.'hlt... l.i'uhoinpillKetH. *... i intHinlnK uolf <'l.til.'s "Suit' Hills
4"" till months old fine Inyinu, : A. Orill.anii- 11..1... the Oper- IIK IT IKItAINKP:)) nY TIlE ('UNCII.O
nhl. 14 ,,, .1 ill, ... h if rule,'
.pnid
w .. ... ........ O ,' THK CITY OF. KIR IIIUH I
N
, KRIBBS & STEED .Btralii' $2 each. Also enirs for will fort-vnrd toV 1 F c''h'.n.. .11. of ll rk AuCou. or otbersebiciss :
.. I nelei.I of I LlithtItrown : for I'aMMrnurr hire I. theof That K.ilIon Three of the OrdinanceEntitled
him hintf 10111 pins J'''''URon\illi>. ripifda 10-lti
Atlo .rjiai ..d f ounnrlor .< ltmvrHlulMmr Leghorns K\...ila). Rtraln ------ --. -. C II, HI..I......... 'An Ordinance* Relating 1I 1---
... KlorldaGear (1 fiO tier Hetllntc' of 15 l If callt foior the* Use of Water and Lights In the )"
1. 12 Bitting. If packed and STOLEN UK: IT ORIIKIJ: ; THE: COUNCIL.OF City of KlHHlinmee., Plot Ida. and ReitlilatliiK .J
,rat prmrllrr !I. all 'Ntat. ... shipped. l'r by parcel POR|" O .FKrlblis S'F< >l.PV; "' Ht (ii, da 5' ..\ CII Iii". oru. . It.>Ur Till,: CITY OF KISSIMMKKSiclloii : : the I'as Inent the-refeir and
Mltrd StaCea ourta.
I l KlKRlmmie Florida 7-41. "nt I..1.1 Junt |11I.lnl'd. i .1. with I All persons owning pubHi IrovldlriK .theMethods of KurnlshlnRsin '
\"\ hit P t rimmimr double arch "OOH' I hai UH, iiutomobllea. or othere. Viatel and l.lRhts ti( the* Cltlaens
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I..oil I-IA.-I..tato.rurmlnot machine I.n, i piuld...d 1 sea t ,p1 tg I In den r tti I i u'. hit lu's Toi I tli' 11.,anttpoi tlltiofl of paRHenKi nnd for the CullectI ..f Water and $

: J. W. THOMPSON r)' at pii-\var prices on. 5.10 lIter H"w.1. for i'.'( urn to office of Vul ra or inunicid" I In tin. occupation I I '.lulu HIllM," be* .umcndid to read as
,, one ddillK-dlHi one Mc\\horter I. \ < :..7pll.- 1..It". of U'lIn..Un, ,, paMHeiiK for hire I feillow BHi ,

ttillKer dlstrlbutcjr Inquire ntLupfer I within, the Cit)' of KlRRlmmii.! shall .lion 1 A flat rate of fifteenecnts

Funeral DirectorAND & I'rather .go rage. Hioadw pay a llciiiHe lax of Kl\u ( 15 Ill"I) lol- ,, (1151'\ PIT Kilowatt for all elettrie .-
\'. 5-1 f Is. rM. mtui yal.l.oii or before th.e ] Rt '..current for lights or either puriione -
RUB MY TISMIs day of Oi tober In each year and no 's with H minimum charge of One -.

Poll SALn-One Nash touring car .fiacllonal i I I lee nse Hhall I I be iHHtieitfei . liollar per month, meters to he read
nnd Haynes seven-passeniter .i tlon 2 No PIIROII shall chargea nionthlv, except that all .
lrln'.n': bar-, miter sum than FIfty cents (ttll 611) ,' stove-s, motorai .
r, Roth of these at K p
LICENSED [EMBALMER KHln prl... .. W. U. Maklnson. Cltv a powerful Antiseptic and Pai for the transportation of a pasuentrror. ;;J".art'dp: hour or hmao: shall be '.W e.
2-U from any ingle point within the charged for electric current at the 'J .
killer cures infected cuts. old sores Ytr limits; Provided; however; that rat. of Eight Cents '(So) per' K. W. waa a*uff.rar .
Ii Store and Chapel Stewart Ave; FOR SALE-Ponies. Saddle Horses they: may charge an equal sum for Hour or a flat rate for motor of II.88 patlon for about e

KISSIMMKE. FLORIDA. and mare., 160 up. See ,V. 11:. Partner Relieves' each. passenger. so transported. per horse power per month and acharge .I&bt .onu t
lor..man.N. RiSen Plantation. tetter etc. Sprains. Neu Section 81 Any person violatingany ,: at the rate of One Dollar per I took a 1a1 tbl <;
ro
I near Narcoossee, "'Ia.. or A, K of the above provisions shall upon month for each 100 Watt light for all but coot.I
Thomas. Klsslmmee Fla. 42tf. ralgia. Rheumatism. \ conviction .be punished by a fine electric lights on the outside of business decided dd Plerce'a Pleaav
of not more than Ten C "0.00) Dollarsor houses other than lights maintained to tl D.
FOR SALE-Good second-hand Ford bv imprisonment of not more than by the CIt).. shall b" madesuch. ant'Pell I Pteroa'a txed- _

cars Sam U. Ragadqle Phone 25 ten (10) days. lights. lo be- burned not longer aa his -iPleaaaatPelleUa'
DR. BUCKMASTERKISSIMMEE'S S1-tt.: Section 4 : All pei.sons operating t I than twe-l\e. hou, out of twenty-four ara a ro I think .
vehicles for hlie. as above set out. et said late The said change In O0UpUOa
Poll; SALi- -In 33 to -Rrallon barrels shall post a card .flhowltiK thin transportation rates as set forth herein shall take the world ahold It JAMBS-' t

absolutely pure cane s> rup. rate In some conspicuous effect and apply after February I. A. NJCL8ON. usi 8Uth N. .
Very fnNew c)'press barrels. place In the \'i hide. so operatid for 192 I. .At all drnKf-nta 16c rial. '
References any bank here Set a hire, such card to be fll'' fished by the Section 2. All ordinances or parts .
barrel real .>rup and cut If C. I. City Clerk of ordliianei-n In conflict herewith be -
Only 6fic for next fifteen da\'.. f. o. All ordinances or parts of ordinances and the same are*, hereby repe-aled 1 1WOOD
b, Madison Klngsbery Madison In cOnflict herewith he. and the Head a first time In open session
OSTEOPATH Florida. 10-4t same are. beri.bv repealed and by unanimous consent placed up-
Rend a first nnd second' time In open on Its second reading and final pas-
FOR SALi:-Slnitle C'ombVhlt... Leghorn session and passed bv tinanimoufironscnt. cage and unanimously passed. .j.jFor
.. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE : eggs; Karris 260 and Jill-strain this 10th daof January. A. This 1st da)' of February A. D
12 fit for flftee ruff: 11260 per n 1021 1921.

Corner of Clyde Arena 100. Apply to A. D. ", ..""ton. Plnedsle .' U M riREAKFrt: II M nRKAKHR
Addition. I'ostofflce Box 447 .. Attest Pres City Council Attest' : President of Council 1

and Emmett Street Klsslmmee 7-6tx r1IOf fbr J. R GILBERT J. n (OIL.BRRT
Worming delivered
City Clerk. City Clerk stove or fireplace on ;

FOR SALR-Horses and Mules Inquire rheumatic aches. (SEA) (SEAL) short notice. Also haulingof ,.
of J. M Miller. 19-tf. Appio, >'cd this 12th day of January Approved this lit day of February. he.v

E'S u.ed 1921 A. 1>. 1921. all kinds with auto truck.Leave 'i
r FOR SALE-Two boys' aults. 4yearold H juat Sloan'. J S CA))):,.. J 8. CAnjCL
slxe. velet one dark blue, one Liniment and the quick G-lt! lIIa'or.IN 9.6t fttyor* orders at Oseeola Hardware

dark green Russian style white comfort had brought smlla
CITY I collar and cuffs, detachable. Nearly a I.AI.L.: FOil VI.HIT 1C. Company. or
new. Apply (01 Main street 4>-tf of pleasure to his face. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THRSnVFN'TKENTH TION.The I'ltl.MAItV. Kl.l:.t- j
Good for aches JUPICIAI. CIHCL'ITOF
resulting
city executive committee of the'White W. H. JONES
'I'll E HTATR Ut1"I.OHlltA.I IN
FOR SALK Emerson ,
One Typ..rlt.r.model from
weather '
exposure ANn FOR OSCKOI.A, COUNTY. IN mun s party" In the city! of
three visible aa good a. newApply sprains trains lame KlHnl in meet hereby cull arid *.'Ide* for
pro
MEA T MARKET Valley dasette. tf back ChANCERY: : F.1041InocaHH.. Com
Mt overworked musclea. Ptne plalnnnt. V 'rs R R Hales et al" holding a "white mans'prlmarv election PHONE
Respondents' III i.J.TTc I Qt'lKTTITMOORIIKH to be held In 4he city of Klsslmlm -
WANTED. /1'! treks wtkout rubbtnr. All OF PUBLICT10N: THI.STTi i'. .i- In ceimpllanee with the laws eif

f4O druggists have it. '; 01- FI.OHlllV the Slate of Klin Idii .sale! prlmnry lil ." :
Fresh Mesxt and FARMERS-Bend today for a free TO T It ltalt'y' mid his wife If bibe l lop hold during the IIOUTM Hxid. bv law -
sample copy of the Florida Farmerand nllll'rl'd' TlnmuiH H Halli\' and foi tin hiildliiK. of i lee.lions em Siilurili -
Stockman published nt Jacksonville S1oansnirnenj Karah A llilliv IIIM wifeLlllmn > Mnnh r.. 1 1121, for the* nominationof 8."i
Tells about livestock rals- . I'll.lnlliui. for illy elietUi. eiflli'ento
HuilHon I and blH ss ifu I If he IK nu.rol. d .
VegetablesPhone ,
InK dairying poultry citrus fruit .'....e..h. H llildRon and )hln Alfi.. If beIn In \ ..C..I for at the /"p.1 elietlimto YOUR "i
and tiuckliiK. weekly. at fltiO per ) I inn i'rl,'d: >'ear-three* years for $2 00, Only : wlfi. If he be niairlid. Alh.it J (lull ti- on "Iunl..y.In( : ) ('" 21!. 1P2Iii
ll\t, ,stock ana tcene.ral farming paperIn nil, mid his wife. If In he. mai'rli.d >| .Mlli'.lli... lit !.:'leeS e>rx
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She state Write today Cliarh n I.o\ and \\llllmn' N ( RubyIIH ,pilxoliH HAS IT BEEN "
TruKt..a of the I:Htnti. of Jom'phR I- ''**! lllllte. to \eiti III.' ..r |luOi'tieitttut-. I '.
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Taiituin t di,I'ii.awed dim h H II l I.ore I I". .thi. ninnai';,'mi.ill eif reaiil pi'hmirlion \
and \\llllam M ('nm''" an .I'rll..t..en .... \\lio an uliil( ilictoin who. If it has not you should see us
and IIH Kxiiutoin tuiilir I tin. 1.IKVI11 ti.. d.II' their uuuIli.i'u. in i' to Ih., ...rl"d..lp.IIoct .
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING HII.I Ti,Miami til ...r .losi pb It 1'.intiim.diie.iHed . 01 KII nlnit Ion. ..I' the* 'whlti' ,,".II'M" at once--for we are showing hun-
: Annli M lantiini anil.. hi r |"all'' I In I Ihi ill,h' of KlHHlmmii.. who dreds of the finest suitings and ,
huxhiiiid I if .she Itmull rl.1 I.errev I. tin Iy, tin. IIWH eif .the city eif KiKsIm
All Work Guaranteed __ 4ls4' T.i hI, 11711 and hi is \\lfi.I I If he I be, mar n..... lawful, elietorH. ss 10.. h.i\e on. eir the startling f fact about them i is
il.d. len 11! nmitutii mid, his wlfi. If Iu'f.rsI". I...II'a'l' 12 1921. lullel heir I
h. I..' marrlid : Ida W Tnntnm and foil t.ixes fin. the Mini I 111111 and 1'1211. that '
A. B. YODER l hi r husband. If sit. I I... mirriiil, arid \\lio lose riKlMtiriil up. to and 1"'lu'"
\loln I I H Tt, n in and, In r husband if I :Inir' Mnnh. Ti ] 3 Rhe le married all of \\hosi, retilil.. \ l\ .B to; Bhlil.I In III.r.snlts. ofNalil .

Florida'Do .... unknown 1O1Tand pthnrirv e'lictlon anelnte frirtlie*
324 Kissimmee CIR nnd uitlIru's are KISSIMMEE
"oDe DO YOU KNOW ,ach of >oll mi. heiiliconiniind. ,nomlniis. thpr.f at the i..IIHUIIK| : cityi
..d to A"p'ar In S hi111.1,5 C intltledinuRC I .he linn
Ii .fore tin. 7th dllof Itiiallflriillniix ..f < asdidaf.* "
on *
or
Rats Talk to Each Other?" :Ma, i'ill. A I) 1121To .Th.. ...... a till onlIII on.- pet flttIa. KhaliIH ') DRY CLEANING[[ WORKS ':
Aaka Mr. M. Batty, R. I. The heirs law of John H Hud- perrnltNil, to I u'lut rnn.llilnti'B fofllciM f2"; "
youreceiveall Ron. .1"'paK'd. Tin. di..IH..M l unibr I the 10. tie \otiil. foi In said pilmnyyili
SNYDER !
"T trnl five cakn of RauSnap awl threw plecoiaround \\'ill of John It Hudson uI'ceuuI.. and I >rtiniiH_ who iileilizi! IhemnelviH 'Inw I A ,
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feed ttorf Got about hl a dncea dead rmtmto nil lien .lalmlnur an iut.-r't't, In the I Hint. tei al.Id.I liy ii, usult of said :
day lot two ohd wee-is. Suddenly. tb.y fot fewer land par hilelnufter desc'ribi.d uudi John prlmni\" elietloiiH and .support the* Stewart AvenUe Telephone 49

Now:: we haven any Wb toM them ahoul RaU H IlinlRon I d..ci.4Mi.d. 01 otlnrwlRi l nomlniis. t h. r..of \/ho are 'ltlAliflCtIilnbIt'r J
-Abnap' RaU 'l. up sod leave an amelL Thru. youIfruit" InlmliiK an InteiiRt. then.In The I' the laws of tin State of Klorlrln.

), sue. 3Sc, l.25. heirs nl law nf Josiph.. R Tantum. d-- : and' iltv of K4usilnlnu'e! to hold office "

Sold aad guaranteed by nasid The devisees. under the Will list or OIHrrm of JOBI ph R Tantum. di ci- andall "rh elirtor In (Ihi. ilt) of K'dHlmrnee q
.. DKL ( $TOlllOM'PO'hA
(.:p.NTIiAL brings Ihemarl parlleR:: claiming; an 1 Inti'n':t"I... the qualified to \ote In said primary "The Sportsman Store"
IIAIUI\VAHK COMPANY land hereinafter described under Joseph election shall have the right to voteIn i
otherwise said primary for'
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II Tantum deceased, or
claiming an Interest therein and One isndldate for mayor Ammunition. Fishing Tackle. Athletic

Pat Johnston Q. P. GARRET kets ALL PARTIES or persons claiming One candidate for clerk and tax "
Baseball. Tennis.
? Goods.
: Camping.
i Interest In the following described collector
JOHNSTON & GARRETT : land. which ,Is the land described In one candidate for treasurer Boy Scout and Football Goods. Doc 1.
the Bill of Complaint In this case. to- Three candidates for members of
ATTORNEYSAT.YAW"Offtcea wit : The West-half (W%) of the Cltv Council for two ream each Furnishings. Cutlery. Baseball Uni .
Southwest quarter (AW",4) of the Five members of executive. committee -
: 10, 11 and 12, Oseeola Band. Northwest quarter
Building.KISSIUMBB. f4). Township Twentyfivet&t fer Q..llfT<.a '
zfI ( South, Range Twenty-nine (211) Each person desirIng to have hisname day. Out Br' Motors. aad, FeedingRow .1:
!: FLORIDA .
: East containing; twenty (Zal .cr. .. printed on the primary election
.L : '-'f ....0' ...n ar" more or lets under T. R. Haley and ballot as a candidate for anY city of- Boats.
..;.. I hi. wife. It he be married: Thomas R. flee .) .1 file with the chairman of SPORTING CoDS:1
\11NWiiM break a Cold. Fever ..4A .. Bailey and Sarah A. Bailey his wlfn: this commitee. on or before February JACNLLE '

William Hudson and hi. ...it.. If he be 12. notc. of candidacy and CQIA 'l' .
uythiag I married: Joseph H Hudson and his application to his name ao print- .
qvclur Uw we' wife. If he be married George FJ. ex! U to be furnished by 12 V. Jacka.3i4d .

I Hudson aad wife. If he be married the : :lrat"r this committee, 'an.l & .
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preeatiagt p.eua. --- --- I ; Albert i. Gardner and his wife. amount of his as-

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: I . NEW SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY A AT PRE-WAR PRICES ,p. .


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i '. ld; :Because<< we were lucky enough during our sa e.in December to dispose of all of .


our high priced goods- we are now receiving new goods at new prices. 11t I

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i .t Colored: Toiles" : -riss"a.1e: .G-i1gh.a.XX1S

Ii ": ; All the new shades in dark colored voiles, yard wide, 75cf a yard Tissue Ginghams in all the new shades with silk stripe I ;A

:.s: to the very best at $1.35 75 cents. per yard ..

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I';. li< .'j";I;4 1 White Voile, yard wide, 50c yd. _Arnoskeg Ginghams, all neat patterns, 32-in. wide, 30c-a 'yard I,Blue and Pink Crepe de Chipe, $1.98 yd. 27-inch Ginghams, fast colors, 25c the yard i I! 4




1 l' f JUST A WORD ABOUT OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT


i. ;1.:: We can sell a Solid: Leather, English Last Oxford for $5.50 -:- 5h )es for Dress or Work -:- Ladies' Patent and KidlPumps, Solid Leather, $4.98

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f. And all the way through our store we have lots and lots of bargains. -:- Don't fail to visit our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department



: i"j' Kissimmee, Florida DOLLAR LIMIT I STORE G. W. Persons Company


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: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : !liiiOK: SHOWER BENEFIT I i
:! I I (tui; ( II.\I'TER I.1HKAIO\

;Nr\t; t 'j! m-da\. fuming tlrrv,. wii''In : '!
held ..it. the Chapter Ilo"i-t a""ii >.k 1 I I till
4 IHIUII", tni' the purpose ,>.f adding:
Casino Theatre lit tin- inlli'ition of volume--, ,m on
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the --hi-Ki-s, and! it i is hoped! tn.it all

!I fi-rinjr viMtoi,' : '._ will The 1 bring day u Inmfcashinir book as an -,1'! 00 oAnAO[ s IlI

) tunV linthday" there will lie a tendon :
to wear( appropriate co-tumeiid -
I .' '\ while this will not he 1I1-.|I..t..1
Showing from 2:00 to 6:00 and 7:00 to 11:00 |
.upon it i 1hop..1 that many will i-oini I
Good Service" No Matter How Lon6 The Line.
I iso garbed 'I here is to he a ''re pro' '

Friday February 18 f: :'gram tat ion //HI'red--Rnd i.s extended to a all!general 111\- I

I ----- I WHILE THIS STOCK LASTSSpecial

f MARY :.?ICEE-C: : :> I::>> iI1 *: ,' I I IIEI.IITEIJ.KAVINC: )( ;: ; :I OR VISITORS HOME: '

;, :Mis I.oM-ll Newell Mrs Sylvester Prices on Tires
"Rebecca of Sunnybrook I ;Newell; and :Mrs. John Redwood and,
Farm"'s' son, Thomas R. Redwood who have
6000 MILE
llni-n) guests of Mr. and :Mr. ThomasI I GUARANTEE
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A story of simple every-day life. One full of experiences that we have all had and ::: I 1. Redwood at Shingle Creek, dur-
nag the past three weeks will leave I STANDARD MADE
can appreciate. Come, live your childhood life, the happiest time pf life, over again ::: | for their homes at Bay Pond Now
30x3 S. T. Clincher__________. _$10.50 1'
for two hours. You will enjoy it so much. :is: York on :Monday next -stopping en- .._ I
I route at Saint Augustine This i Is 30x3'' 2 S. T. Clincher---___ __u__ 12.50 i ii
.,, ADDED ATTRACTION, SUNSHINE COMEDY "THE BABY" t:; the first visit of the party to Kis! im- i 31x4" N. S. Clincher____________ 20.00 1I

's'y i loud mee, mid and ouch most individual cfnthusiastic-boh member is .I 32x34 .N.. .S.. Straight.. Side.. _____ ___ 16.50 f
with the climate and the scenic bear 32x4 ___. 23.00
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<, People will talk-we all know that. If there is no important matter many will : ties! found here-and are alreadv I 33x434x4 ,. .. .. ______n_ 24.00

f create something. They just have'to keep saying something If I could get a lot of :s: planning for a .return to the home' .. .". __ _____ __ 25.50.

them to talk about the excellence of the performances I am giving I'd be tickled j: I I lof the Redwoods.SEIGEWIK - -- I II 31x412 "" .". .. .. _________ 29.50

i hall( to death. Will you do that? Say, will you say good words about the high- ,I !ENTERTAINS';: : ( CIRCLE VISITORS I 33x4'-2 34x4i/2'' .. .. .. __________ ___ 32.00 30.50 .(

't grade shows I am giving? It will do us both good, but if you won't talk, then we 1: To properly commemorate> Lincoln's 35x4i/2. .. .. __uu_____ 35.00 '.
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offer the alternative when we show you :f:: I Birthdaythere wa Grand* a delight. I 37x5 ? _______ 40.00
ful gathering in the Army .. .. u
hall Saturday afternoon from threeto I 35x536x4J2. .. .. _________ 36.50
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: SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT" i five, when members of Sedgewirk: : ___uu_ 36.00
Circle entertained their guests from I t
Lakeland. There was a cafeteria .. .
We have only a limited stock at
f Wednesday February 23 : luncheon served-where nothing but
this price. Above prices
quoted
the best was to be found and there ,
\ .) Come,: let's do both-thinlc Wednesday, and talk all the time for the Casino. :&:: was u general merrymaking! during: will apply only to slock on .'
the entire hours devoted to the af-
ADDED ATTRACTION-UP IN ALF'S PLACE :&:: j lo-eat ]; !
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circle, of which there are more
.I: ,-.c.-----c.: <-:}Mid'fi{ }{:w ...'G'p0 r{:->v{:.{..:.;..:-}{:..}<--------c-----------: : : : : : :.* 1 I!I than tliiity, and of which Mrs. Alice
Thrasher president, were partui-
r is
- of the afternoon bupfer & hand.'f.
-- I pants in the enjoyments -
tl and refioshmentu. were served by the I land I MISH ,Helen l'<'rI\\', which is to .
? hostess! in bounteous manner. The 01 cur ill tile Presbyterian church :Mrs (1. T. Fleming, department i
I f r, : [[IN SOCIETY'S REALM ] affair was greatly enjoyed the afternoon o"f Wednesday, )February on- secretary, of Lakeland, gave some OVERLAND AND
Commander
; 2:1:!, at two o'''lock. The many charming recitations, and
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COMES: !; FROM GEORGIATO friends of (the contracting couple arealready A. C Shaffer, of the same city, .
.. ':. All matter Intended for Dili deIt VISIT PARENTS tendering their' 'gave an elegant address upon "Lin
1(* partmant should be haiulc-d In as early. Mrs\ Bertha Luke, of Ocilla Georgia tions. 'coln." There were other speakers.
1 "- urn pomlhle. Advanro. notloon of romInB has arrived in KmMmmce to renew conl.natula-I'I The guests from Lakeland included --- ---
oN i Phone event 11, mu and t a.k bu authentic.for "Sorlrtyt Call." acquaintances, and is making :MINNEAPOLIS:; PEOPLE Captain and Mrs. G. T. Fleminsr, ..... n. ... ... ... ... ... .. ...-... n. ... ... ... .. ....
.t Forma close promptly at ten o'clock extended visit with her parents, Miami " REGISTERED: : : AT CLUIiHOUSEMr. ) I Mr. and :Mr'*. A. C. Shatter, Mrs. ME. .
J.. "' .each Friday morning.; Mrs. /aoh lAss, on Vine street : and 1I is. John 1'ilUbuiy Snyder : Day, :Mrs B. A. Battm, Mrs. W.
L -oOo- Mrs1. Luke was accompanied l hv a and children Miss Stevenson I R. Wright Mrs. 1) V. Bohen Mr
,' MRS. GEIGER ENTERTAINS distant relative, the wife of J Dr. John Msti'i 1 of Mis. Snyder! and :Mr. and iC. O Com forth. :Mrs. J. M. Sparl- Eat Food that-:
: MEMBERS OF UNION Luke, who is making) her firsts Florida :'Mrs K. A. List all from :Minneapolis ing, :Mrs. Mary Nickerson Mitts Ier-
f t The regular monthly social of the visit.WKDPING. are spending the season at the; r.ioe NJ'kl'l'son, Harry Clatworthy,
h "1. M. W. U. of the Baptist church was clubhouse! and daily enjoying them Harry Seymour D. I. Dickerson, and will work For
IV i held Tuesday afternoon at the home TO TAKE PLACE: selves. This is the second annual | Rev. II. O. Hart. you
'?' ,J of Mrs. Hugh Geiger, with. thirty-one I WKONKSOAV. FEHKtJARY 211: visit of Mr. and, Mrs. Snyder-but ''OPENING
1 mt* present. An excellent program, led I Announcement has been made of it is promised that it will not. be the : OF RUNNYMEDE
i x, e by Mrs. W. II. Jones was rendered, the coming wedding of J. II. Phipps lust | A CHARMING OCCASION
I Fully one hundred and fifty gathered <
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1 at Runnymede Lodge, !so wel1-! GrapeNuts
t */v> vfl- .... -./> -Vi> '7 V'> ....vu | located upon the shore of Lake East
i Tohopekalign on Friday evening V.
Ft4' I] the hour set for the official opening

S fc DR. T. Af. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE M. I. STOUT I'I'of from that the most earhour attractive till hostelry midnight; and is not'only good to taste"butcontairCs ,

i President Cathitr Vic.-Pre.idenr or later--the house was a scene of
K! J gaiety and sociability. Nothing had:\ those nourishing -
r 1 been omitted from the plans whicn
'i'r 1I I, could add pleasure and gratificationto elements which make
; I the assembled throng;-and ther '
i2 r was naught to mar the festivities. for Health, and energy.Children
f I The )banquet| was all the most demanding -
: : A Protection Afforded Depositors spite of the could crowded have wished diningroom; and the in and grown-ups .

service was excellent. thrive on this ready-cooked
' ; No loans are made by this Bank until they have been first during the course lapses! there were
y blend wheat and malted
eulogistic speeches, made by Mayor
4 '' I passed upon by every one of its Directors. This is not a one-man John S, Partc-1, Pat Johnston Claud .

,aq .... 'e J Bank but its affairs are directed by a Board of Directors who actually Johnson, Sam, Brammar S. L. Lupfer Mr., Hopkins Harry Hunter an'f- barley. B

direct. We invite the closest scrutiny of all our transactions: others-and to each a response was
I 1 convinced the more careful the investigation the greater will be the made by the genial owner of the es- "Theres a Reason'Or Grape*Nuts
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tablishment J. Edward Krause. Following ,
f C conviction that this Bank in its conservative methods offers the the adjournment from the

greatest degree of safety and stability. We deem no precaution too tables there was dancing in the large: -.r Aa
... parlor; specialty dancing; by the S SOLD BY GROCEBJSEVERYWHERE :.
in the of
great protection our depositors.
petite daughters of Mr. and Mrs :-.: = ::= f
.'.. Krause as well as other depictior-s,
I and general dancing by the guest ..
Bank of Osceola County Music of high quality was furnishedfor
'IP the entire evening by Mrs. Bu-: --- w.n..l try f:;i
lock. Miss Tiller Mias Gallagher Made "': :;
Hours: 9 a. to 3 p. m. "by : ;
Mr. Galligher, Mr. Graham, and Mr. 1
'T Yoder, all of Kissimmee. The music Postum Cereal Company foe. ;:: ;; ;;'- ;;
was a prominent feature of the en- ,. \

I : ra 5- tire gathering made upon the the voluminous players were demands Battle Creek Mich. ; : f

&\' The Bank With the Ability never refused and the excellence of --::.:.-.:;.: \,
the renditions were pleasingly ren. l..II .. . . .1. I ... .
and Willingness to ServeOV' DEPOSITS INSURED mented upon oil all sides. . ........ ,
Those assisting! in the entertainingof -- -- -
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f the guests were!' Mrs. J. Edward Mrs. C.: B. Buckley: Miss Jessie Hop- mensurate with the excellence of thtt"
Krause. Mrs. C. W. Bruns Mrs. W. kips and Miss Mary McLain and the J
1 > W V" fr" rV> Vi a* charming winter resort-Runnymeda
II. Tunnichffe, Mrs. .A. T. Atwood entire affair was one that was corn- Lodge.
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