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 25, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01000
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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I CITY PRIMARY Nimonted fleeof on 'the Wednesday Gazette by was a com-call If Every Man J In America I Orlando The first district alumni was meeting held of at the the | 'ARE DECIDED UPON -:

from that veteran newspapermanand Methodist church on Tuesday morning

THREE FilED LATE Frank dean Harris of ,all of Florida the Ocala publishers Banner,, . Possessed In A Plus Degree o'clock-with the session Rev.opening II. C. at Hardin'ten, BY COMMISSIONERS'' .

who l is a one hundred percenter in chairman, and Rev. J. P. IIilburn
----: leading in Mrs Jessie Pad
all the state's history and is real
Four Candidates To Be Chosen From man. All the newspaper- fraternity a. Allegiance to one's County-. gett Kleinmann\ gave a fitting testi- Surrey Will B. Made Of Proposed I

Seven Willing To Serve The City loves Frank Harris--and' that is say Fidelity to one's Stale monial regarding life at Wesleyan Road in Wilson Lake District For'
ing a great deal for a man who has Female College, and the chairman : Perfecting A Hifbway ..
'. Here i is the been .. supplemented her talk by stating'
alphabetically arranged conducting a newR.di. <<4mlna- Constancy to one's Country I .---
that been
four hundred students had '
list.of candidate for the approaching tor for untold years. With Mr. Harris There was special of
a meeting
primary-and there can be was his son, Frank Harris junior Devotion to one's City ,. refused admission on account of lack : the county commissioners on Satur-
4. no others as the list closed on Mon- ; his daughter, Mrs. L. A. Shep- of room. ] morning for the of
day purpose considering -
I I Mrs. M. A Clark Mrs. Patterson.
and ,
day evening. herd of Chicago; and his sister, Mrs. I the new road projected in
For H, M. Breaker. Bertha of Mrs. R. F. Uodnett.: and Mrs. Stella "
mayor- Stevenson Dew-bury England -
the ridge the western
I Loyalty to Law Patterson Maroney spoke of the ; country on
For mayor-II. R. May. The party was touring this every border of the county-the locality. In
influence of Christian 'train-
For T. M. becttion of the and elevating
mayor- Murphy. state planningto
the vicinity of Wilson Lake the
For councilman J. M. show the English relative the ing, and Rev. R. F. Hodnett was j'
Johnston. I en Every Resident of America mewl enthusiastic over' the benefits 'residents' of that township ((25)) having -
Vor councilman-Howard M. Katz. tire "ridge country. :
already voted bonds to the extent -'
i derived from christian colleges, and
For councilman Rosen.
to of $80,000 for good road
For councilman B. Woodall.It CATTLE-RAISERS PLAN spoke feelingly of the good accorn-I pur- r.
Would Be 100* American i i pushed. Dr. Hilburn spoke of the j I poses.
has been the history of all city i TO HOLD ANNUAL MEET 1 J. G. Yale and J. D. Cranford. of -
{ needs of Southern College, which he
administrations in Kissimmee to at | I '
Tampa were present at the meeting
declared must rise from its ashes to
first receive the plaudits of the en-i There are now being completed ; I I-they contemplating purchasing the
tol continue its work.
A tire citizenry: ; but this jubilant feeling plans for the holding of the annual good '
v. _ . _ _ _ - The afternoon session foll wed'aon.ll' bonds issued and constructing the
soon gave way to despondency, :,I meeting the Cattle Raisers' Association -- I Isessionanti I road: but they suggested that the ,
the line the morning |I
same an
and, later to condemnation-mainly : which will convene at Bar- assessed value of the township was t
because each individual gradually i tow on Tuesday.. March 8-the hour j much stress was placed too low to allow the issuance of '
conceived the 1 idea that he- was being set being ten o'clock in the morning CABINET IS SELECTED UPPE'SPOETANDPEASANT upon the need of strictly christiancolleges bonds to the extent voted. The ,
"slighted" from the fact that Matters of vital be REGIME: TROMBONE SOLO and not those who wandered \'
every importance are to FOR HARDING SPECIALTYWhile question, therefore, of the legalityof
from their
plan and project' t suggested could notlie brought UI for consideration at the I I II Plans original purposes, such issue was out of the discus-
immediately .earned out. It i 18 believed RI'"ion. and u complete attendance. is", The pew cabinet as selected by'' the c'ntirepi'ogram i j of the meetings were throughout perfected the for distnct.STATE holding -. i sioh until such time as the assessor
and .strongly hoped that such being urged.STORY 'resident-elect. Harding will be: I City Concert Band for the perform-I i I I should fix higher values-the residents .
course will not he followed during : Secretary of State-Charles Evans 'ance on Sunday afternoon being peifectlv willing that '
the regime that will assume management hughes. New York. meritorious, thee. will be found two I Road and Bridge; District No. 4
of the city affairs! within a BUYS BLOCK Secretary of Tieasury Andrew i "specially interesting numlwrs DEPARTMENT !!j should be called upon for more taxes. j'

short tIme. tlellon, Pennsylvania trombone solo and the always appreciated -" The cost of building the contem- '
O(: t the t the, candidates! fen' the) Secretary of War-:'John W. "Poet and Peasant" The I plated road according: to the plans
mayoralty and of the one candidate WILL SOON OCCUPY Weeks Massachusetts. concert will commence promptly at I OF ROADS MAY SEE I m view will cost, according to Mr.
for the council Ii.; B. Woodall. there Attoiney, GeneralHairy M. four o''lol'k with this program: II j !Yates more than $50,000 and this
have been extensive! mentions in the augherty! .,'r Muich-Klevcn o'clock Town i assertion drew forth more informa
past. Each: man has his many : General Will H ,1 ... _u h_ WinstonO'erturel'oet : I|| FAMOUS BOULEVARD tion. Mr. McNorton told of the
friends and I upport'r-and thoMeKUPPOJ.ten. ; lays, Indiana. and Peasant Suppe i I finding of immense quantities of "!x-
are be.'ominthl' morel,i Secrctaiy of !lavy-Edwin: Denby, Walt*Golden. Showers _.Waldteufel! -- -- I|cellent mail not more than three feet {
pronounced in their asseitions as the'i! Fine Block Erected by Charles W. Michigan. RI'I'tion-Travata _. ._ .. Verdi Melbourne and Kissimmee Join In i| below the surface near the route of
clays pass. Romance-Solo for tiombone._ j That I the proposed road which if used J.
t Secretary of Interior-A. B. Fall, Supplication Road Officials
Of the later candidates who have I Dana Occupied by Grantham Is
'I New Mexico. | - - .- Bennett would lessen by a considerable sum
filed their intentions to stand for Now Under New Ownership Secretary of Agnculture-Henry |r Prtor Gilbert) : soloist May Meet in _Melbourne! I the cost of the road. lie thought '
members! of the- council none are I Wallace, Iowa.Secretary Popular Jingles--selected.Sunnv the men who had been in that section
held higher in u bi/smess! lin. t than Lyles V. Story is branching out in of Commerce-Heibert South Popular southern airs At a meeting, of the Chamber of for the past half-dozen years were
A. Hosen! of the Independent Fish the mercantile business. He found hoover, California. I Star Spangled Banner Commerce of Melbourne it was deserving of a road by which they

('ompllny. Coming to Kisssinimee his present quarters inadequate for Secretary of Kabor-James. J. Davis gested that it might be sug-I could the better market their fruit
nearly six year ago from Saint his .stock and his reserve stock saw Pennsylvania.KISSIMMEEMA'Y. OVERTURNED AUTOMOBILEDOUBTLESS have an early meeting[ of the 'which was assuming large propor :
I.ouis :Mr Rosen was associated with an opportunity to purchase outrightthe SET ON FIRE Road Depart nient at tions. He cited also the fact that 1
n fish for some time-- I which time the members could have I
company three-story building now occupied SECURE Polk county had been contemplating .
learning the ins and outs. of the by C. II Grantham, and immediately TARIFF J. A, Lancaster was returningfrom I an opportunity of viewing the conditions building two miles of good road from
business He has seen financial re made the purchase. The Gran- PLACE ON THE Orlando Friday evening when of the state roads radiating Davenport to the Osceola county .:
verKI'R-and. it is said ut one tune tham stock of furniture will be removed ( his five-paSKenger automobile dashed I! from that point. The suggestionwas line to connect with the road now '
through the work of others he was to the Will>fon block on Dailington '- Congressman W. J. Sears noticed from the highway: a few miles north promptly acted upon .nd. I under discussion-but the fund
practically dismantled of everythinghe and as soon as the store that it was impossible to purchasea of Kissimmce, overturned and buried -I proper invitation was drafted invit.j I I were reported in that county at a t:
had except a strong determination -, .shall receive such changes as the ticket direct from Washington to Mr Lancaster its ruins. The ing the department to meet ,.low ebb and it might be some time (
to make good and a reputation new owner may decide the stock of Kissimmee-and felt so much aggrieved -I driver managed to" crawl from the March or as soon as convenient before that outlet would be completed. -' J

for Rlr ightforwardnl' II. Those two ;, the Story store wil be transferred to over the fact that a place so car, and was brought to his home at thereafter. I Nevertheless, he said, it was
requisites. brought him to where he j, tho new location important as is this city on a !509 Broadway lie was uninjured to I! Following along this line of work. the desire of the residents there to ,
is at the present! time He started "I have every confidence in the 'through line with two branch lines any seiious.extent At eleven-thirty Kissimmee, very largely interested ,push along the work on this road in
in business for himself with hut one I) centering here, should be omitted. the: i in the completion of the Kissimmee-
! future of Kissimmee('(', said. Mr. Sto- car was seen intact as it lay by Osceola county. ,
r-i2. net; now he conduct the largest ': rv. "Consequently. when I saw the i He at once took up the matter the roadside but Saturday morning I I Saint Cloud-Melbourne cross-state Upon the suggestion of the county ;
fishing operations that have ever (chance to secure a fine three-story 'with the Bureau of Traffic in Washington it was found that flames had totally !|I' highway, forwarded from its Chamber -,attorney Pat Johnston the commissioners ,'.
been carried on at this point. His block already equipped with elevator I and has since received Jas- destroyed the vehicle. It is evident I I of Commerce an additional urge- i agreed to have an immediate 1
reputation for business veracity is [ service I decided I was willing surames from W V. Hardie, directorof the car was set on fire by some ;I ment to the same body-the letter j survey made along the route contemplated '4-
not excelled anywhereand his election t to make the investment, The portionof traffic that the matter ""Will re- malicious individual\, after stealing reading; as follows: and a profile showing the .
I as a member of the council will it that i iK now sublet for a jewelry cave prompt consideration, with avi..w two rims and tires-but the loss of "It is the wikh and request of. the I cuts .nd' tHis and all detail pertain
< mOan that no city in the state will ; .store I shall not disturb at present, to having arrangements made an auto or two will never annoy Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce (Ing to the road together with soundings -
I'' ss have a closer financier than Kissim- i although I really need the room; hut to give Kissimmee the proper serv Mr Lancaster who is one of the': I that the State Road Departmentshall of. the marl deposits and the / 4\
inee will have. As one of his sup- the changes made will be done with ice. capitalists of Kissimmee. I hold its next meeting at Melbourne i i mean distance of haul, turned back ,
4 % porteis says: When that man gets. ,la view to taking over that section I II when inspecting the Dixie to the commissioners at an early
on the council the entire city will I I at a later date into tbe store proper.i I Highway in the counties of Saint date. Upon receipt of the desired .
feel the good effects. In whatever ,i will now have the second floor for Daddy's Dollar Will Cary Lucie and Bievarcl; also cross-state information legal: step will 'be taken
position he may be placed the taxpayers I my reserve stocks which will be a I road from Melbourne to Tampa. The I I Ito, advertise for bids on the amount .'
fa may feel sure that every dolT 'I great convenience 10 the, establishment In Trade road from Kissimmee to Melbourne, i of bonds to be issued and for bid .1
: lar spent will bring back a return I'm feeling delighted( over my Weight Saturday : through Saint Cloud. U already built for the commencement and completion .'

,.-4. of one hundred cents; he is for general -, new purchase. -and will have a store, twenty-five miles being paved; and '. of the flv. or more miles of
p."'l'mt'nt--but he Is not one there over which the citizens: may Comes The Time Saturday When careful buyers do in all communities all but about nine miles ,la graded

r r. of the sort to show favoritism unless feel well-satisfied. I shall get: in the Every Bayer Visib'nr The Right where ,these days are specialized.This pearly sufficiently for the brick or road.Among the Interested property., {;
/ that favorite can produce results. ." asphalt there
that district were
new place as soon as possible. issue owners in
With Rosen on the council. supported There is a probability that the Place, Will Obtain Bargains reach of The Gazette will "This'-highway will be the short- present at the meeting of the commissioners '
by those who are energetic Kissim finishing all suburban readers in timeto cut from the west coast to the east Bell.'I'I
third floor may be utilized as a call their Frank Ames, W; E.
mee will forge ahead as "it has not i packing and shipping headquarters Although than there there has should been have less publicity been that money-saving attention specials to the will fact be coast and with small expense tothe Joe Bechel Frank, Gausling, E. B. ;
advanced for some state to finish we believe '
years. for the Osceola! Pall"lWorkR you Havens, John Lehman James Min- \
Of James ("Jim") M. Johnston of which Mr. Story i is owner eyven this event it is confidently believed offered on Saturday-and that th..r'pre '1 will agree with us that it would bea nick. I. N. McNorton. B. A. Patten, (
who has been prevailed upon to and for which an excellent trade is that on Saturday of the present en'e in Kissimmee may be 'made I more reasonable undertaking than J. D. Prosser, Henry Stark and
qualify for the primary. little need being worked up. week there will be a large trade this mutually beneficial on Saturday of any proposition prepared in any other Herman Smidth. .
. be said. He stands for what is given the more progressive merchants week. There is every prospect district. We trust you will give
square in every way-and it is dc.dared SENATOR TRAMMELL GETS of Kissimmee. It will be of their being large numbers in the this request your best considera- NEAR EAST RELIEF FUND >>
"Dollar Day" more-and shrewd city on that day and in that I ,
once "
. ) that no man in Osceola can case tion.
!: ... truthfully accuse him of ever having BUSY ON FREIGHT RATES buyer are taking advantage of these business men will be kept working I I Every resident of'Oa*.*ia county _.. IS LARGELY! INCREASED f
: done a mean trick, of having; been The following resolution has been occasions to stock up on many: of at a lively pace should be vitally interested in this 1----' ,/ f
I forced to camouflage his actions, or in Senator the staples and secure "specials"' at Saturday is promised to be TilE measure-this highway that will The social 1 I{ Tuesday eVening -' )\
introduced by
''I of having been cowardly in assert. Park Trammell congress-"which was orderedto less_t than regular prices-just as the I' carry a vast volume of traffic once at the Chapter House by the ,-;,,
ingwhpt..he deemed to be lust and lie over under the rule:" flWWtnNO www w----------- it is praced in perfect condition. Ladie Aid of the Presbyterian ;

right. Mr. Johnston l is an able man. "Resolved: That the Interstate CONTEST ON FOR BURGESS WEST AN ARTIST Projects are on foot to engage the I church filled the building to over
lie Is not politic-because he says Commerce committee of the senatebe LERK OR interests of the state department inroad flowing. There was a fine musical +
, "right out in meeting" that which he and it is hereby directed to investigate WHEN ADVERTISING CASINO other which are as yet not 'program and equally fine refre.h'i.
thinks-but it is such a man that the the freight not wholly surveyed. and which I| merits-both event being .
present of the cty. offices to be filledat first 'enjoyed. The silver offering taken '1'I
citizens can support wholeheartedlyand citrus fruits Probably for the time in the would entail a great cost-and at
rates being charged on
4 without fear that he will be recreant vegetables and other perishablefarm the approaching[ election are not history of the Casino is there to be I the same time would leave this .road I amounted to $125 and the receipt '. 1,'
, to his trust. He is well-known f considered worth fightinpover seen some clever displays typical of which of were divided between the Near East '
a great scope progress
with to bringing upon '
a view
through the ,rity-and, for that mat about early legislation that will else it is believed the present en- the show that will he filmed at the depends in its still incomplete con- Relief fund and the Chinese Famine 'i'I

1. ter, the entire county-and his repu-- result in a reduction of the existing tions.cumbents There have a cinch but on the posi- next performance; and Burgess I I dition. I I fund. :1':,
tation for excellence and fairplaystands was one man qualifying West manager in charge of the Osceola
such Kissimmee and county are
rates perishable
; .. U out strongly. ducts.freight" on pro I for the post of city clerk-.!. theater is kept busy devising new I not averse to other cross-state roads! !'I I IMPROPER INSULATION *

.. Howard M Katz, who has. for several R. Gilbert; and but one. also, for the methods of attracting attention of --any number of them; but it in. PROVOKED FIRE ALARM j\
months filled a position upon VALUABLE CITRUS FARM J position! of city treasurer-John Z. the passer.sby. "The Lottery Man" held that to allow this highway \'
the council made vacant through Roberson. As a consequence they showed the "wheel" ns! in a game of i which needs but a modicum of expense I \'
t resignation, is recognized: as", anotherman HAS CHANGE OF OWNERS perforce, will continue in office another chance with several packs of play 1 to to put in perfect conditionto At fire i six-forty-five department\ was Sunday called eveningthe to the I
will stand for what is 1- year-and their names will not I ing cards placed about the in
who only lobby; remain an intangible asset is unfair -
residence Sheriff L. R
of Farmer
Wetherston Saint Cloud appear on the ballots. It is currently |
t for the best for Kissimmee. He is abusiness W. "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" the to the counties through which
of and has purchased what was foimerlv ) stated that J. R. Gilbert has filled .entire lobby carried. out the idea of j 1215 Mabbette street. The depart-
ability the \
; a man rare I I I the roadway runs, to people residing -, but the
, 'known as the Blackwell! grove, at the position of city cleik in Kissimmee rustic simplicity and ment made a record run-
has already played an important part country camaraderie !: along the road, to the thousands the
trouble before
k in the proceedings!: of the body upon Ashton, from S. W. Porter and expects since the first shovelful of dirt ; and so has it !been with all of visitors. who desire to make was over apparatus
f -. which he was chosen' ; and the lepu- to remove to his new propertynext was thrown out in making the excavation the features ( and these have been the crosH-staU trip at this point, and arrived. ,'l'I
, tntion which Mr Katz. who i is. n native week-at which time Mr. Porter -, , for Lake Tohopekaliga.BALE !: many) that have been produced. Nomanagement to the state? itself It has already I The alarm when was eletftric given by '
I ", of this city, has gained. is oneoer will remove to the Wetherston I has ever been morepainstaking been given much undue prominencein Farmer an globe: 1.
the kitchen to the floorwith
;. which any citizen} might well residence in Saint Cloud on Tenth OF CLOTHING GOES than !Mr. West-his sole papers of national circulation dropped wire
;"- a feel proud. He is :gp well-known streetto which he assumed title TO NEAR EAST NEEDYA j desire being to see his patrons and its completion would reflect a been crash,burned the supporting through. Right ,I

,':. that little need he said of his ability title during the transaction The "pleased. credit upon the State Road Department laving then and there the insulated wire;
\ to the voters of Kisximmee; and; Wetherston purchase covers about bale of nearly two hundred ---- -- and bring pleasing publicity
commenced to burn off, the room was
those who are not appreciative of his eighty acres-with a fine bearing; pounds of used clothing} was shippedto FISHING PARTY EXPECTED upon this section of Florida from allI filled with blaze and smoke, and the .
J, F.. Business ability might!: be well reckoned prove on twelve acres of the property New York on Tuesday for the i I TO RETURN TOMORROWThe I portions of the United States. alarm was turned in. Several times '... as a :Zero point. and the investment is said to needy of the Near East, through the It will be possible if the next flames burst from the wire, and
"r\. The position for which these two run between $20,000 and 25000. work of Mrs. Florence B. Best and fishing and hunting party meeting of the state body shall beheld new it was not till C. H. Grantham came <
i are candidates is not one sought by Mr. Porter now that his grove in- her assistants, and thanks are extended -I that has been spending the past two at Melbourne to have a strong in and turned off the current that 4
:,". either; in fact, it was only through tere..Is have been turned from him to those taking: part, as well ':weeks on the Margaret the houseboat delegation from this county present the occupants of the house felt at
. persuasion of the most intense sort will have more time in which to as to the colored aid. Colby Howard of W. E Sanderson pilpted by I at the sessions of the board; and it r
;: that they were prevailed upon to handle the nUml'rOu9'propertil'a who took charge of baling and hauling i Jack Sparling's; launch, is expected is a most logical assertion that if Mr. Farmer was when the
tI qualify The position of councilman which have been listed with him; the goods. I Jin Kissim awe tomorrow. Reports the members of the board could be I incident occurred. away
:" A' is one fraught with much trouble and and feels confident that he will bring These cashdonations have been received from the "bunch" announcea carried over the road and a demon-

.). turmoil, as a usual thing, and it oftentimes many investors to Osceola county received: Mrs. Katie Prentis $5; fine time has been experienced. A. stration of the condition of the high- SHIFTING LOCATIONS
! proves a handicap to private who will make valued improvements Mrs. H. Harper $6; Mrs. M. W. Eby Cohen wholesale jeweler, of Cincinnati way made in a commonsense mariner .
:, business; but those who have $10; Mr. McCool $3; Miss Nellie i is host of the party, and on there would be' orders given for MAKES BUSINESS GOOD

I been urgent about these candidates many lines It was only after much Best $2; Miss Downs, 20c; tin boxes, board are a bunch of jewelers: W. the completion of the work that has .
. argue that only by careful shrewd argument these two men yielded to $4.90; band concert collection (including A. Wilkinson of Eastman, Georgia; progressed of late at a very slow Because the Grantham stock 1* to
h business-like actions could this city I II' the popular demand-and pledged $5 from Miss Virginia Tiller Mr. Danicla, of Mar>etta, Georgia; pace. be located in the entire lower floorof
once more assume its one-time ad- :' themselves, if elected to do their ) $40; G. W. Best, $5; Baptist Mr. Wells, from Alabama; C. A. the Willson building on Darlington '
I. vancement and Improvement. It was best from every angle to make Improvements Sunday school, $5; Mrs. Learning. Cole, of Lakeland; Frank Allen of CHAMBER OF COMMERCE it became necessary for Mr.
; argued that there wa need of men I' in every way; and to see I The Osceola county quota is the Orlando; W. E. Sanderson, of Kis MEETS FRIDAY EVENING Willson and Mr. Farmer to vacate. ,II III
;., ,. who would do things-.once the incentive to It that with the fair co-operation ; support of fifty orphans at $60 per simmee; and others. Because they desired to occupy the
\.; of doing was shown: that of all classes of people annum, and donations may be madeto There will be an important special frame building alongside the Will-
,. there were condition' facing Kissimmbe will forge ahead, in Kiflsim'm8e1 Mis Elsie Norton, at the post- The British railways employ 10- session of the Chamber of Commerceheld son block it became nefcessary for '
i -. that necessitated men of ability manner I office; Mrs. G. W. Best 403 Verona 000 women clerk, Friday evening of this week the newly-located: automobile repair ;
, A. and vision to handle the rein of 'I street or to A, P. Anthony, Jackson and it is essential that there be a shop to vacate. The 'place. No. 11 : ''J
, government; and that every assistance .Good times may be ahead. but if ville. There is no race of people said to large attendance. Every person Interested Darlington U now being put in :.
t3, would be extended to bring so they are so far ahead that overtaking be more imaginative or superstitiousthan in the progress and welfare shape for M .srs. Willson and Far.' ,

I 'f ,;., bout a complete betterment along: them seems hopeVess. 1 Make your dollar do Its duty. the Eskimos. of Kissimmee 1 ia,urged to be present. .mer. .. .. ItH ,

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j l r JUMPED THE CURBING PROCEEDINGS OP COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS-. T p- And many time. "supply"): : themis I '.T _

AGRIIJLtUAL I to leave them with a very Inadequate -
POINTERS ministry, since these ",up" I II

Chevrolet car carrying license tag; The major portion-,.of the proceedInjra \ .., plies" have few qualifications ,for I Flavor !
; task Some "as side
181272-H, driven by the owner, Kollio of the recent session of the HV J... Ji. \VILSe COUNTY .AOKNT: even preach a
: to farming blacksmithing or
1 Arnold, carrying two passengers; county commissioners have been -
'f j took a run over the curbing of the (given In these columns.. Here are a The following i is the slogan of the something else. %
1't1 1' park in front of the old State Bank few pointers not previously enumerated Agricultural Extension Division, College If these charges are to be filled
evening and struck !: ; of Agriculture; University of with trained men, if the other
\ )build ing Sunday ; '
the poHt of a' xxlutejight with suffliient Tl hCl' folloxvinjr were placed On tho Florida ; 'Two milk cows, two charges now 'served by untrainedmen : No cigarette has .
1 force to shatter the 'large; globe.; ; nension )list: Tcdc Peterson, S. II. brood sows, not. less than 75 pure are some day to be served 'bytrain..d the seme deliciousflavor P
Mr. Arnold' said be was cnnleavor- Kenyon.: H'ulohVilliam. rituniSyhcster 1redchickens. one-half acre In a men, then, the Christian Education -
Ins* to avoid a collision with .a car : Mrs M. Hronson, A. M. home orchard and five ,stands. of: Movement," must bo made. as Lucky
; 't bees for farm and rural home success. .
that came from lower Darlington an I I. Chaunry, Julia Jernnriin, Lythm every '
:; ___ turned onto Ilroadway at aHteaIII ittpid Thompson; Mrs.\ II. K Smith to !h,' in Florida." Trained: preachers; come from no !itrlk Because-
__ ): ( it was either hitting; tho nsId $10] while her hufliniul was not The above slogan, if carried out other source than the Christian college '/ ,
: 1lu 01" taking the itrk. He was run ,< able1 to lake care of family; ) ; Mrs N. properly, would be of a gerat; com and academy. Let us not de .....
t' GENUINE slowly and only a minor "ItronHon to receive $5 per mdntb menial value to this county, and. I I ceh'e ourselves by any theory. We j
fling injury
donc tho Chevi-lVl. I"while her boy is in "'schnol: SaiuuilMontudoca am fine this will give every soundthinking will get our trained preachers frpmour
; 'I XMIS, wit on the spot a moment : to bo paul usual! amount farmer something to thin)) own schools, or we will not get 'It's .

j, BULL lutn/ nnd has ben\ 'n trying to locate I : for .January only, the board acting alxmt'I them at alt. .
: t UK} car that claimed t to haie" been :' un 1 MM. muse of t the ue-eidiiit in ordeitl ' (not hot a who were nub' to cure for is still increasing and we may (fan is better preaching and more -
t '.al there nlMfht, be a tiftx .fiftv him. ., the :-00 acre mark before the planting of it. Methodism IH n preaching '
DURHAM phi t on the lost of lepairs to the TIll's"1 'IjilN xerc > onliied, .jaiil : .,.1.1I season. is past.. 1 have recentlypmhOt's church; others stress rituals, doc
i I n \ pr' "iii, 'rty. I \V. ThCl I life"|>''0/1. iiii-ket t for paupt"*. in'em eel, / on good, seed rice al trines, and observances moie than ..
-. --- i r : ( ;. :\1. iiiyI'r. uiplii..i for piupoi. v:;: PIT fiushel and as a faxor to Ins' we. hut none of them have pleachedns /
J tobacco makes 50 Bishop Grows Emphatic '. IK.: \\'. I I. /Iliiiliri.. tup 'to .IK'I :. ii nil youl" \f, will be glad to know we have preached That is the) STRIKE
. '- IIX |ill.|) >. Ta\ \ ->.-sill'" ,\SSOII1 'I'llJH at (511CC how) many bushels eaoleMoxxei "' ('('T't of :Methodist) < success, the most
; flood cigarettes for I isjuip: Alkins t of; Na: : hx ,ille'. in iii"ciiiiiir > .7"., S. \\'. I'I.M." uriiiul of II expects to plant, for the or remarkable ever reeended' in the annals CIGARETTE ti
\ ) I Ih.. iaisinr of s: :.0110.0011) ( ) fen iifiiinlr.f 01.1' must t at an/ early date ByI of religious history
( I MUSI. <_.:;itt : ( I r"11 I Fn; lilt-i.. jro
lOc t Ill., I ip: |n"-11"I'al; i I ill'i'h i it.t' t tills) i inn' '';, III4I1S,., <:.'.:; 1 _.,;d "I 11 F I hud a 's-nm-t ;in 1'. iJ dint' ion can be expected I Don't pul de'pait from our traditions in this
: \ou' 'pe x. L'rjitlu t i xv h <'h J h%:id I I I.i <'n "' esc ntt t =::
I @ .... ,. "t"I.| 1ln hull kill )h:1I1: (fI (01" . off ti-ll how much seed regard, The classes\ being admitted z z : ,..-
If :: . \.1"l I i i n >' .. \.u, ] t ""("- fol' |>a\'III'1I1H'. d..1i) HIT mo you
:, ._8f._. ., 11.,1 I I I llilll S Is t till ("IX' llf 1:1-: nit 4-I lv 1".fu,1.i \\ant Takes one-I.alf bushel] for onuUII on trial in our various annual conferoncon i
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i "\\ .I mlI L .' -I linlin", T.I I I.. Cnin-r a pp-n' : rPt! )lie ,I- I'ut that xxaste land to pro- are too small to supply the ___
; I liit- alii"<' lin.. ..r loirii'" xx ,ill I'" ..1)I In Innihi. liii.IH I .1| mill jilsi.I,I I u ,is- cluing.. We must take care of o>..rIniiN lie-mind, and it i is an apparent and ,
1 1'1 I 1C''III' ll '"II, """ s ,'|'''i' ,t I IM. Ihin| ) 'I K i: i- ""fll'P.i I II'C'x i-i \ in in \\ .a'l'' '.n,1; ) I t,0, ....1'.1 l'i i th,- >'iptuic' I.nd. I I ) at finv rate. There is no morvsiid .Ie plofalilc. fact 1 that those being.
IIIOK, t llilll: :I ll t tllllis' III I tilt} I la I I 1-iH .' \ : I II I' \ "ii ti"d .. 1"1', ; '' iiIi-i-t;i limi of. ;anI". i "' ."n i mjrhti .ix.nlable) > in tins ('o/Inty./ and to: ceixc'd have, for the most part, 1'1
;.' ,\ "a"1 '. I.....i", )l ,I )-,'"'<.1.|:i r mint, I,t x.: I Kill i I I I'l'n, ". I I .j"il1l j. ill 1 ; 'I hoii| .i,iihfn or. I.,. SUM' of getting seed d mop me a inadequate> training!' for their !I SASS'
; I,,, 11"1 ,. \S '.ulil) < ii 11,. ''i. IN I ' .'.. 1":,,i-t 'I 1',1.1"(] ([a. I"'f! i :' I 'in'miI S--i-(I .lust how )iian> acres you will work .
vrl 1l'a"I, h ,,1".1 l ; ', ill 'tin. lit.? i Hit Iniilil ' .) plant, itid I will make out the or- We made our great adxanees in
;. lii' I I"i i 1 I..d I Si .i< 1 1"s in i i c i i i 1\11I1.\\ I Mill I 'd I .Iwl/|' < OI1H-I 1' .lllll I )litlloir: tI
'", tlllld' l .il.t UM. ".I 1.1 il4t, ,,,, .. "llglit111(4 r I the. i < 11"" l ,Iy' " I i. xx ", !,; .ltal I In-, xxniilil. in.iki-\ <.x .1-v l>osilicffoi ; | ites-I fol' x.ou. I IhC'I'minlry. Ours) i is a rural ehuieh) : I
( ,mills. 1I\f I ''la I ii"" 't to vlup' -iich (KliiMjr v. it h01l'' .1 I not i ue: stale mxi-cls are doing? ''''nrl ,' nine-tenths of our ehurchesIIP 'I CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
i I\'II'd" l hi'inir, <":!"('i oil. i oils'ill! I mu-ui. d iinag-e, to citius. I tie"eit > on circuits, either in t the open? I' ,

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-ioi.,cli, il in s. limp) I I'M- <.ld' l 1' : '- I !:-. \\ llI.l Ii amount IK. appl'] "-i,iiMM (Sri xoui nuiitv' aerent and I will ass and missionai m iI's. piiutiallx I _
t lu' ttvv. < a" st Mm in identifying the scales "- 1 I without i t exception, 'I' he. rural! I _

t.; \.... ,\ --hii.i. 11 poll l.-I I tliit; I IlinISiuxxn I .ime sulplinr' ".solution I to 40, Actions 1 an ..I r'legitin 1 the life of I PracticalConlractors
II Dollar For You 11 : iun\ict, gila. ,'.1., .i iLs.I fist.. a i ii -'a\'id in 1 the open liloom, ill eon. t he :Methodist, i ( hurch. "southet t '
I ; 1HA i':1IM in xx :IJ.M" *4i l\x r.n""; ,tn tie t fnithif I It I u .d s-it i u- scab melanose, and! rust,' i it, Is 1 the ('nllnlt.\I that noisuf and Builders
: : t )11I"'c'I'i*. -II'' Ii .1 mill n mil I M.* mite I olhm; airain with the same fe-rw 'I'he ciliuit I i i-Iti rgsi" .ale tin
itl itiuKt- \\orUinjr, tlit1 I inisea. piax' t xx \\ieks I l.sts.i. lit: iirht flint. vacant t ones. Tu them we send. tinsupplies" I of
.. ..1.t i l..fll*.' ild d. in,mils Inirlici' p-ic-s: I i and the t pieai,he-is wil IiI i

I I ; \\'. Asliion. I 10 nl supc..rinr. \ I uiKi'' \thatou !kiip .m mind alioutt'e 111 I <' inadequate; e.qull'm'n\' I Hnxx Structures of All Kinds
\\ IS. nllll1llII'l..d t I !' t to t P IX' Ii, ot. I lalt.... coiintx fall.r xxi, expect to hold nut,,1.I longer the church can standS
y @\, + <:!'J! > i'i-i slav with' ImiCil. or, $::1 i pit I tins, iiiniiiiir intei \\'.' nei.d exiixirioxxer's .. process is a question'
y and do/ \\'.' must t them ,
hout I support, n"xx jour give a I'1''llI'h.
il hi i\' xx it
t I ,\ 'pit I lion from ('It 1711' of S.iint.1I I. t \\"c. c/"n'l/ d'lIIlInc// this of 'souInit I tiained), godlx)I eloquent tn dilixiithe I WOOD, BRICK, STONE, STEEL, -

: i "Dollar :i: ( I. wi' pnxniK: I h..0'/ '" 01 l ti nut ::11 xxe' e\' |>'ict .It. of y"u. since you ,t etc'inal message' of the ( ross. STUCCO
; Iuy"t
. *.1' the Coiiiinu . a d..h: on Inci. .<-tnl. (. In t H"I"\'t.' tl< oi. \ (' it to sour countj' and state- Ibis is what the Christian( Fduea -
.. ,.l..d, .to tion Movement l proposes 1 to do
I 1\\lh'I't 1111at"'a."
: ,,. I II t will find through the' indue'me Painting, Tinting, Paper-Hanging .
k 26 .
Saturday February :i: ( cuiinn ni i I \ 1 I.I"/! --
i,'n.r! ii S oiniiiun, 5 I 111'1 I ft .111 UNION CENTER NOTES 'if t the-' I buy/ Spirit ri,000 vuitng' l peluns -
I ti ii enter christian line's of seixue '- Everything. in the Building LineN
', ( ;< iru \\ I""pl'II" : ,-I(ll'l t t ti i .
; : tin. .lal1 I ; "'i| s".mp.Ir : --- It will raise a large sum to t'tl- 1 1I 1 -
will brand lio.i.l Klimi
; we give a new ( ) lues I this section, aiei I I
1 .. that Oi.inge in 'uate them It will) ,equip t thp rolleges )
'. .1 1 a.iilis.y i
in s-i i ii
Y hl inwas
pi , ' .' 'to and t the sxxeitod'ii BASS JACK BASS
.. i onime' m 'in Mooni to tlwma Cit ing whi -h F.
,..1 !lii : <
of that' mil I I n .n"r '
:f DOLLAR BILL :;: l 1.-l u pi 11 nine ( tie entire. ', neighbor" ([annnt he done now 322 Royal St. 515 Sproule Ave.
1.1 ,. I ) 'I'hen these little rhun'lies which
f '
1 adh..d l t hat then- W( hciodMrs
tsik <
to Every Purchaser 1'111"I : \V' .I.I Ha i her and daughter now aieclosed, will become-, \ .
i "Ii' IIrrdntlIJ.'ain.t again
::: :: t I.I i .s vx
: of merchandise in oui More in/ any tlrparlment on exery cash! sale .i. Iii pulilii \' I ::0 I, mill) (tn t ki Oil.mdo) living w"h'r. altars of God's ,merej Liquid I Koro/om' is mi efficient
dol :: slims-] xvh..MUPMI I 11'I :Man sos |Floyd. general in inagerfor ,c-ntn of commumtv service hi'tiling) i emit(''(1 for huniiin or animal i I
dollar bill each ftiml y
dollars of ten ln"it
: amounting lo ten oxer ; a one on .5 < Di, has heenlooking
I'hillip Phillips,
1: bund insliiiittil I.11l' ,u.r'{ 'to ,ISUPIwarrants Will you give: your net'vice. your flesh I It mends u tri wound/,
j. ; lar purchase value. This applies to every article, in our big stock of ::: I I I on said WII'I'IIII1'1' tiI oxe i the gi 'met es of the. ow. urajers, your substance, yourself, touch tore, cut or hirntth in I the shortest

y I Apnl 1 10'l: : /1'('I- u high and holy cause as this posmhli' time Priie, :"l WC'() dOi.., and -

; i ; Hardware and Accessories :::: i 'I' Indcrk mix'1st'il t tho boaul thai hint ,I ,-ininii'e Some are of 'flip often young seen in men this of neigh Kis- --\0:111)1'\ T Clark. I $1 I I.O.! Sold/ hv Iol><'rson's Phu rntiu-y.
I Cloud
the l' 'oples' Hank of Saint
( orhooil AV a one-time xxri'er on . .
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t ; We don't know of anything thai is worth a dollar quite a' :: '!I' failed to qualify as to of the it full to 1 TIll'1 (;ia/etti* used to sax : "1 hey must 'tXnooCX": : '-"- :-:-:-:'->-"'-: X" : :-:-:-:-: : :-:-:-:-:" : :-:-:-:-:-:':-:-:-:' -:-'''- -;- ;
bond Krpniid
_. =? much as ,the dollar itself. :i: hanillo IImnunl iiI of funds (of the Bounty.xxluiciipon dpai/ '- hunting" No one blame"In -= '
: 'in for looking after the attractixijiils --
J { A. I F. Mass 1
We have hundreds of articles that we might. advertise to sell ( onimis"mn( r in this district .
:4 t: hnntn and Parnior -
): rno\'I',1,] hit tlip Mori d; H. I La"on h etite'rtuining his .
: -, .( (for One Dollar that always sell for One Dollar without the adxertising {. Hank IIP deoiirnnteil ns a ('oulIlr ".0(55-In. HIV Kemp, of Pelliam. Gcor- (

i By specifying a few of these articles( we might increase I Il) 'positorx said hank having madeappluation ; 5:
for such appointmentMotion iaMr. and 1 Mis Paul )Davis xvho have t TAX NOTICE!'
the number of One Dollar sales. but without particular advantage .;- flit l I < ommissionpr
liv .
: . our any : t j S S xxas s< < I ie i.n spt'niling the xnter here, I iaxeetuineil ,
carried Th"I t
: to you. : ,I board then.]. M 1.ilixided llanspll the funds as follow )- r to their licune ut Ashton, I J -
y (;I'orlia.; -

,; "Dollar is Your 5: I -- : Saint (loud i' Mis: Keiv' Smith and sist'r were
Day" Day I he IVoplis Hank of
i"ilor' ;
I \ 'to Hilliard's I 1 Island l on Tues'ay. 1
I {- to ictnin the load and Imdire fund)
,I' ; IS
: : and the more advantageous we make it for you the better In no :': 111111' (Ii sic and forfeiture runners boil.tlert1aSit Hank I Fred Ilarxey, who is -mployed in y S

method, of making it than by i The s anil tI he Exchange packinghoise in Kis- :
way can we see a more so :: I'l.nue.funci, !
have the) general .
.. to Hare Saturday and

: t, Handing You the Dollaron tick special eradication publicity fund fund, fan Bond' fund for. ,said and I Sunday'iinniecwas; with home.his relatives: who haveeturned j TAX ROLLS FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY WILL i.

I bunk was fixed!; at 20000. Mrs. ..1. C. Schmidt ha* icccntlycen
Saturday. February 26. We will pin a bright, crisp new dollar I The clerk reported that he. rofceived > the guest of her mother, here. i 0I ;-
:. from the fair conducted by Mr. Bob Creek is CLOSE PROMPTLY ON APRIL
; j'. : : ,' bill to sale ticketbmounting to ten dollars. 's Arms $71.30. heinz 20 percent, of the vorking Myers in the o Phillips Boggy; grove. ,

Your Dollar is waiting -all you have to do is : receipts as agreed upon between the
\ board, of county commissionors, andMr PERTAiING TO CHURCHES
i 1. Come and Get It. A ii ill'i'. : I i insll'lll'll'dlh... I TAXES NOT PAID BY THAT DATE WILL BE
: the t fin fund ticket! t takii- "it t the' "-
W. B. Makinson Co. i if fair KI minds weie! allnxxid:' I pe-i Kex W II. Coleman Pastor.

.. I be clerk notideil the )lio, inl there 10:00( a. m -Sunday school.
f defene-il n nppomtine to II I :0(1( a. m. Sermon
"THE KEEN KUTTER STORE." : \\as still a
? :: lie- mll f : A > 1 by ('ol1lmi-inlll'l' NV d;. A xxeltonie for everybody--cape.
.: >:----x-x-<-:-<-<. I :\1'CII'I1II1'cI.! mo\ed that Johnsti' & iall" _ tf C. L. BANDY
nttoi I
(Gun' et I be emploved "< Church ,
\\ - the board. (Commissieme.t .1 I :'II. I Ha-n I Presbyterian

\' I sell)) and Commihsiofie\,'I' I I. t II t \V"IIH'rI. Rev W II. Dresch, Pastor "-St TAX COLLECTOR5"M"K
t Chairman
.- beeotcil in the m-irati\e
\ (Oxerst) le-e-t cast the de-i'iibiiir xote. in 10:(00() a. m.-Sunday .school
the affirmative, and Johnston. & dar; 11 :00 n. m-Worship Subject :
;; Better N rptt were letlaie l nflu lallv ('host'n. The Hlcssmgs of The Sanctuary"

(Commissioner I I. H. Wetl'. .rbecmovpd I (0:30! :: p. m. -Christian Endeavor.
'I INSTANT I that no memhei of th- hoard 7:10:: p, m.-Worship. Subject: .; : :-:-:-:- :-:--X'O: :-:-:-:- :-:-X"8: :>' M ..>

Health lie allowed to let a eontnut foi? road I The Silver] Spring"

<: I! POSTUMA lor bridgeisrk without first 71O:!!() p m. -Wednesday. Prayer .... :- >M+OO O..O+O""OOOOO-'O .... ....--o.
BCVERAOK injr the matter before the Ionn"1 i icrvii'e,
board at a regular or special, 7:10:: P. m.-.Friday. Choir prac i
':" in meal-time Leverage acted Motion \vas seci tice. I :.
your I to be1 upon -1 .L_ Now it is the A
nded lioinniissionei J. :\1. I II I insell t
j St. John's ( Episcopal) Church
when use and carriedW X

t :\ you I.. Ihorndvke uml ('. 1 F. lohn- Rev. I,. K" Kirkby Rector
son liming present;' in the i interests of Home Crown Irish PotatoesThey're
:; their newspapcis :t1 r. Johnson asked Third Sunday in Lent.
M f the boa id I to allow the Tnhune t Ihe 10:00: a. m.-Church school I
INSTANTPOSTUM I print me of to. lehmiuent tax list 1 11 1 :OO) u. III. I Drv4iip worship, with
ISf for I 1'IJI'! : anil thp sejini annual reportfor iernion Subject: "The I Healing of I .
\ : TheDumb. I I Jemonia '." fine
\ the? pel'toil endintr Septembei :10.1 ( -- They sell at 5c : :
\l\\ 1'tJO.! jinil 1 The V'alle-v (;Ja/ette- 7:30: p. -Kxcnmg Prayer with
other printing wit Ii \vhieh the hoard iddress.

i ; Its pleasing flavor resembles , has to do Ciimmissionoi<'I' A, K Bass; I Special week.night. services every
made a motion that the iceiuest befranteel Thursday at sex en thirty.
that of coffee but Motion was" "..('on.h.d hv Don't
C'ommissioner I. II. WctherlH-'e, and 1 STEEMED: wOMi.N DIES"AT forget our Special Coffee

,; I it contains none of tofFee's ('II rriNI. I WINTER PARK mOa I -

Harmful elements Intestinal worms destroy the Funeral services over the r THE WHITE "I
health of children and weaken their of the late Mrs Susan Hart Palmer LABEL
The worms should be ex- I )yer, widow of the late Commodore .

t- Made in the cup "quickas npllpd vitality.1 before serious damage: is (loneWhite's Jeorge; L. Dyer, of the United States
is thor- navy, were held, at her late home in
s;' .' a wink: by the addition ouRhly Cream successful Vermifuge remedy.; a Price Winter! Park on Tuesday afternoon attended, .

!. : -' of hot water, strong or mild a.r... Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy ind They were'I'rv were conducted largely by Dean Luthr R.SFLOYDPHONE .

Pardep, of All Saints church, and -
t ,I to suit individual taste- CONCERT BAND AIDEDIN .he remains were shipped to Wash-
TWO CELEBRATIONS beside her hus-
ngton: to be placed
.. and in the National Cemetery at 176 302 BROADWAY ,
JhsCancPoscum is thejdealDrinict' A call was made from two pointsin \rlington. (George L. Garrett and
the state upon the KissimmeH S. G, Vans Agnew, of Kissimmee,
Concert Band for players for Tuesday's ittended I the obseques ooooo.o.''o'O O "" 1000'O'o..o..
for all the
family. affairs-and a elivisioji of
: forces was made. A portion of the APPEAL THAT METHODISTSMAY'
band made the trip to Saint Cloud, OPEN THEIR CHURCHES BIG REDUCTION 'IN PRICES order your fertilizer without ....
( ; Hade by Postum Cereal G>>mpanyInc. where an auction of land was in You will make a mistake It you .,.
progress, and the balance of the or- Does it mean anything in your getting PRICE LISTS JUST ISSUED. PLENTY OF MATERIALS -
$ Battle Creek.. Michigan. ganization went to Eustis to participate life that there are 1,048 charges; in Wf SIlIPMENT Order.. now. 'enmzers.E. Insecticides,
in the commemorative exercises the Methodist Church, South-maybe Sprayers, Supplies! .

,: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ planned for Washington's 1,000 local churches-for which we O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
):fb. I -II II jW1NI4 Birthday. have no regular preachers ? JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA ..*.
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'' : : ; Minnie Hudson. en'who have ,..
iI. gers. .to "hump themselves"
ti '". THOUGHT I.SIT tDOWNi rI' Eighth .Grade: Eleanor Rosen, Eunice so to keep up with the fashions.
'Lumber TAPPING THE TANK Rivers, Mary Louise Snodfrr-i,
:;; Park Doughton, Eugenia Akerman. .
.' ..:.:....- I" .et MIiwTEJ Because of the closing of first

By THORN "A. semester in the middle of the fifth 666will

; Cheaper! I I t J month, the honor list of thd high! .
school IB not given.
: .' I Born To Blush Unseen I AND
ONE TIIORNISJ\I Blessings: on' the man who put the."Ipl" THINK 1I I' If your head is dizzy'', on ''stooping break a Cold, Fever and Grippe
FLOORING I 1 in the price 'of heliotrope |'I or rising suddenly and everything! than
.. -----____.,$34.00 ; fume! per- I turns black before your eyes, you quicker anything we know, preventing
I've often wondered why the Size Up Your Condition Look At have .a torpid liver Take Herbine. pneumonia.

CEILING ________J:__ ___ 20.00 I intinerant revivalists who come I What's In A Name* I The Fact SquarelyIT i lit is a powerful liver regulator. : .
I down from the north -- ----
every winter call Price I iOc. Sold by Robersou's. Phar- .
SIDING _________ ____ ___ 20.00 .1 didn't change their Itineraryand In Jacksonville the papq'-s nacy. **
those masked-men assaults "tar PAYS TO HAVE GOOD HEALTH
make the visit in the summer
.. FRAMING _---- _:.._____ 34.00 when t there were fewer enlertainnu'.ntH ites." I'd suggest/ / that a more asthentic. 'FEASTER WILL: .COME EARLY I II FOR SALE
? It seems to me title would be "feather festivttla. Mod Illnesses' Are Prevented By A

there ire I the same need of betterment : ." Ynssum. Good Supply of Rich, Red Blood.! MARCH 27 IS THE DATE
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All dry and dresied and the freight during (the .summer an during Take :
Pcpto-Mangan the House
iii This tho
A the winter-i nd the prcul ( Hoy. See In the luminous world date: of I
paid to your station. We ship ern would secure larger houses i Oysters) : are retailing/ in Jiifksonvillc" 1 Red Blood Builder I!| )l';>stcr" IK rejrarded/ a-s of big!: 'impoiKaster ( '
because I there'dhe less going on. at $l.\1r. per /pillion prmd'n" '; gus't' marUs tie| lieginnint-
solid or mixed ca'u of all grade I a ft Her want that many at n !ick. :.:.... Fitlipi! von an, in got d! health of of(! the sj>rinir trade' and to a lai'Ki; and Two LotsAT
-- ---. j The oyst"'sre shipp-I rronN'DI: : -- ""!\1 mi'" not. Thi'io'no', half wnv 'e\teut its enrly Easter' ini'iiiiK aneaily
anywhere. Write to I I */ *" *" folk. ViKginia, at thit. 1)U iniv think n I I IVhv The tixtra:;! Letters. '. I *" *I I run ilimii. H II'"'' not worry >.. .year Eii'-ter comes 407 VINE STREETApply
I "Tin1 senate pa-sex: the KorilnryMaiilT ' 'Lenses \ Had Taste, you if win !not' nil", Vim ma\: thilli' enilv.Miii.'h: :21. It iv T. (.IIn""IIIIII'I, 'I
'Tallahassee LumberCo. t hill." Well, why the siij rttu- And l the (iainesville' :News: seen]1 us- Tfiu'l] 'I" *M ,right! t inio; "ri/\v, or n<'\' Women will have to be' d"i' .
lily of the ",,,,y'?" Why not term, it \|'qty' talks about an "a\ <>;;.do pe'\i' <]jiv. I Hut,,' \\ II yon"' i|Iof -i-a-on to |put on the t : ,r j-p'inir 1\111'1 Corner Stewart and Verona

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA ''th'cjFnril; hill' ? Mister'"Ney": pi>,-i-,iIlily 't' le ought to ring in sotm-thm' (Vitiin ,it I i ii \\ h'l1 you '/-1/. 1 feel. :al I that timebut of cour-i'. 1 they" will --v_ __ __
8-lf f I ", oul"n'tlr,'; and!, besides. like about avidow womtu'" o 1/ a "tsl plow I. just riirii: y.m: n <. nil! ,ritr'it.Th'' .T dii It 'inv way t then it'not before, j
the Ford seems In get, there. ]; er man." Yep. I thank! you\ is urijlKili'v; K'l'iiolhinir th') init: Ii'" I Kahler: I' a movable! feast t :Jin I l1 I,

. :1!: *I >:Iin ff: \villi X"""' hi.l1)d' while von 'n'. ."..-1 nf ll I,.' other ehnrch feastsire I
. -- -- \ Error !SomewhereA ,: I \> here The :If" Drops gal! nr"nl, unit do viir woijt' vm, ba'e'l, I on thf date of I Easter.: The OLD STANDBY FOR ,,
recent 'dispatch" said I tlicre hail, Woman told me the other .diy. that :ire" lci" ;inr vmiiTlf OIMI] to any of .M"I-SOII' \\ h\' Ka-t: v i is mi' Mi'-le,' ,vh I Ii, ,
"The Sportsman Store" teen a deVi'.ilinent, and several were I|, -ho just loted" on "sheer", host;, ". tlii' it, .ris: (Ih l "t' I :air ill's] 'iyx' w.iitiivr' (Chi Mniax 1 i1tixed.. i is thai Eiiter! 'is | ACHES
"hurt, in fast-mail , When I looked it seemed t to if ; *, 'imitii'd the old hal AND PAINS
a wierk. "Kast- i o me as t t11'ti1: l I"| M"-siim of run 'ilown' |pen< \'jdi't fiuin )"- : 01lewiili
Ammunition. Filling' Tackle Athletic mail ? '' What. under" the lluileoon.regime .| the near-coverings \\ere, 's Yr." pls.] IIIIKII: ivonth.' while\
Goods. Camping Baseball. Tennis, ?! )Nay;t nay ; al-o tut-tut. AfU-iwaril- happened' '' to thnk' H"n' sau snv psili1 iiml<| wiMlytir'"l \ i. detei mined! by the Imilsidea' Any man or woman who keeps
I There innv have been a fa-t mole that was wbat she \\ont..1.. I'h-hiih.' ; when }', n cannot ears yon ilar., ninth has no relation' (to the Sloan's handy will tell you
Boy Scout and Football Goods. Dos I wee, k.dhut 1 that's about nil. I *" *I .'.' maul ? I Ira \'iii lov' enthusiasm; Ii liar 1 mi lit h. I that same thing

Furnishings, Cutlery Baseball Uni *" *! I \ lun/.! The Wnndrhurk Line inn hlo'nl,, mils'' attention.Tnli. II ab-iird, to celebrate./ the Juith -
forms. Tennis Racket I Seemsnious To Please How much w'ne' could a sick man !IVi't.i MarV"i: / f"" nwlrli-' Itt ''of Christ\ eai, h year, llfeembi-r) 2: :'i. rr.CIAl.I those frequently
re-slrtinR same The Fi, o-t proof :NC\N-: in one large iliinl, if a sik nrin' could dru.kniri' i. II t r,r' "t 1 Inlllc II will lillfli'' II'IYIMII and eeli'liiale' his. "'-1111'i < t 11"11 on a E attn.k.d,I h>' rheumatic twiiiKcs.; \
day. Out Board !Motors and Folding ? 'limes., \vheie, fiom 11'1'.1: A r"liter. ,rrit.lIlt.Inan': I I-ini-
I display' advertisement has the name -Tampa J ii' '.1 t ttri' to lisf''c*''. anil von ,, d.itrl'iu'":ig!! :in\,
Row Boats.JACKSONVILLE. of the piopiietor. spelled .three ways : Why It -i. < knan coflld, drink vvi'l' .-",u feel slnng.'t.. Tinlitil !"J: to Apnl, ->">. (Ob\itni-ly! ...11.oIat-. teat" w 1 1 1 I'r the r SPORTING GOODS "Soiree." "Scoijjle, ," and "Scogiio"There's iKMgh, wine till, lieM sink, thrift no i I'd i'oi 1)n-.I'' I :ir,. fi'hl'r.| .. Tlii'V in' the i.thiT, must be wrong A.. a 1 ,.!I'S vtlhoiil rtil'litnn, to the alllictcd
nothing!: like, gixing!: u manvariety sign/ thatI Kick man .should ,\ hilw.II lin'tli, with ih-i'iiM-. !|Tcim" >. nnil' VMMwlu'n matter, of fact both are. jurt soon r< lie'illthe\ ache and pain.
COMPANY in his publicityf'r, that'sihr : *I I:: their 1i i I I' moiii* !! of. t tl I.. mKeep 1 Easter: i" defined, a. the first Sun K.t .handy and used everywhere
129 W Bay Street JacksonvilleWOOD tuff that makes "the spire of Oh. Woman Bless. Her your system vvII ""pl'l1..dTI"'n i-iy| i after the paschal full moon fur mini ing and fin.illy eliminating!\ the
i l.fe." I thank you. I Woman at Mavtonn the ntlvr y< n w II )keep well and you will|' that is I the lirM Sunday after. the full' ]uiosHid aches of luriKiijo, neuralgia,
i *, night culled the pol" ,'m..n because, , shay lifr, .. '111111111 1 that oceuis 011' or next, aftei'March muscle Mr.iin joint stillin.-! sprains
the results of
I "' oriifff F'r Old Net: : |i"' she !said there" was a iohH" .! )It'it I In', -ni-i'" "you get t tl1l' rnnine ,' : :'Jl I. in presumably' the vernal biuiscs,111111 You know from its lItilllul.itinR'1t":1hhyo.r CNixwurc.

I Statistics await there are to I li,,> the house. Investigation, sliowJ1bit l''ulo-1ttnt. "II1. Ask for ,it t htl...' I. ,uino,. It cannot be eailier than ju-!t that it will do! good I i i/
|If. and in I'loridii> two IIl1l1dl'.d..n I a skunk hud gotten ,into tlu full naniiImli's, : lYplo-MiiniCiiii." :March :'J'J: o., later than April, ;2.;. Sloiin'b Liniment is sold I by you all drugfist35c
varieties of It i i- .. It will I be I 1:1'!! :'.' before 1 Easter: wilfi'i
fifty irassall!: -aid o I I'remises. lertamly" (to I be Impedthat tint* peopli', tiiKe it in I tal'let i form.It 70c, $1.40.SloaiXS.
1 he excellent aids, for milk prodiirti( 8'< ', if the fellowtole anything! 'hetuok I t i is HO eoiuciiient Tlie, II"IIid| l an me as early as :March :'J7! again
What,, a snap that would lia\e pro.1! every scent nut with, him. Y..i.isSUM. I tin1 lalilethave) tlic same incilirinalvalue :Next: your It' will be late April 1 I' I for my olil tune fiend I :Nehiichtulnexar : ) \ 1. Look for the name ..tilld..'..." and in I--!' !:! it will hi- April I. Last
For stove or fireplace delivered. on if lie could has ( puki'd. out Flo I i *I on I the parkiijrr: n' ( Ailv, 1n. ) year II was April, 4 ; ,in l IIUI!, it wal I
ida for II grazing ground lurin" }-oi. ''They Need The !Money April :.In. and in 1HK! it was March| ,mss
short notice. Also heavy hauling !period 'If cow-i amuuflng.Vell! 11! :North: ('aroma) is planning furI '| :il. This shows how ,erratic I the dat" | Liniment
ol all kinds with aulo truck. ilotlura "0. bond, issue of fifty million dollars for "'C I'd So ..assert1(1rs. ''is; it jumps back and forth without

Leave orders at Osceola Hardware *" a '''the construct of .Bond! roads, Warren! ( ;I. Marling "hueg'd" the slightest] reference to calendar. I t .
fair I'oor Poor :MaggieSays / throughout the state. Kn m what a reporter. in New York wh'icomnii'iieed i There has. been a great!: deal of aI /{- -- -- --
Company or the Orlando Reporter-Star: ''toads, 1 have seen in Worth Carolina to ask her question <. illation in favor of making!: Easter
When I the police officers ''I should estimate that amount ofImoneyprovided IM( n-ilon the same thiiiR. P. S.- ,,' fall on a fixed date, like Christmas. RUBMYTISMIs
W. H. JONES arrived :Maggie wae unionoI.Sv7 i| it doesn't hay to It was a woman reporter.. I Hut traditional reasons. against sucha
| hsrdluu pass through too many hands[ reform lire so weighty that there

PHONE 81-3 Hut what did! the police do in the ought/ to make a mil'hlyrood/ startin No Trouble N Feared I is very little chance of its being I; a powerful Antiseptic and
e way of bringing !Maggie to, or too a happy highway line. I I! A battleship and a cruiser has adopted.The I Pi'n'
I or two ? If :Maggie' "wi s unrKono" I *" #" been ordered to Tumpn. There i is, I merchants the manufacturers I killer, cures infected cuts, c'j
. _--1 'twas an easy thing to do to bring 1 Everyman Should Read Thin 1 however no need for any funeral nnd wholesalers of seasonable j /4a sorer,
I her round to conscjOu5n'as with a I Another proof that we men are ala-m. The city seems to be all goois, would like much to have teller, elc. Relieves Sp
.laiD& Neuralgia
little more "hsnlluu." I ;increasing in value. Supreme court ripht- -and there: are daily issued Easter come the same every year. So I I II -
I 01<< I I..f North ('aroin.t) has awarded fifty two of the best papers in the state. would the college authorities andstudents. Rheumatism.
Case Misunderstanding I thousand dollars to Mrs. l Daisy Mfbbe. them there boats are coming I And also would the wom-
rJF1XINGt I G m An,1.t some people will insist. 'S"i'h. of Kayetteville, because :Mrs.jTheresa just to how the residents of Hills- I . "
the worltir is growing bettor. There Weiner of Atlanta. won the borough county that Uncle Sam still
have been more crimes. .committed, JuflVctionH of |nisy's husband. Still owns. at least two vessels that will
ame worse ones, too- within the past land howcx'or[ if Tlieresn pays fifty float.
thittv day than in any fivp-yelir i thou for one mun: --even though !Dai- ;
t period I iK-tween 1S70) and 1 11J! (); and -y -does nut consider him a bit sho,- j Said Can't Be Done"My '
the Tiles of metropolitan. papers. will I ,\\'oTn-I opine she's paying a durned-j, "
Our Specialty ro\c it The "WOJ M:' may be growing Mto more'n he'- worth. That's what .
I..U..r--hut it is ,pluhiKurt the4ulks II I call "war pi ices." experience with doctors and 3
in it are not. 5i lie medicine caused me to lose faith; in e
:: ,4' Of Coarse, We Da AQ Varieties *f I * To The Ornnge-Iiloom both and when 'a friend told me that .r", ONE FRUITSPECULATOR. ,'.Q '
I Wouldn't Tell Her 1-lacli opalescent petal Mayr's Wonderful Remedy would if' .
Automobile Work And We Do It One deal'' good woman' was giving Of (ho glorified:; orango-bloom/ ; .. cure my stomach trouble I told'.-him :w
nien-leeture a few days ago becauseI Tells! its sweetly-odorous 'it can't be done. However, he finally 't"' '> .. ;
I wnsrit a better man and I because 1 Of new life, new" hopes, persuaded me' totry it and to my
Rip persisted. in the use of tohncpo. TiiHs And! complete realization.The surprise it did. All symptoms of
i nachcrly smilednnd tool it all life of everhappine.ssIs acute indigestion and gas having dis I. i
'II I was tempted to tell her that: ) the blossom of bliss appeared. It i i" a simple, harmless( is one too

I didn't,! iisi> a powder pulf and tlin'my Tin1.. promise of perfection. preparation: that removes the ealar
Eddie HansellNo. while ,petticoat didn't, h.'iTiijdown: 'I be fulfillment by fruition ; ,, rind mucus from the intestinal. tract!
about two mr'hes below the hem of i All I this |life| sins be made 'und allays all inflammation which forthegrowers'
18 Emmett Street my skill but. by hark I was too Sweet as the sweetest. causes ,;rllC'ti'allall ...stomach liver many A
much of a +irentleman for that. SoI .\nol fair as tbe. faiicVt! and intestinal ailments including; ap .
-- - - - I jea let h..r.o! on-.fro on. Yassum.fl. IIf all the orange: grove's! pendicitis. One dose will convince or
'". ff. ]i i :Magnificence money refunded .J.: Z. Roberson and good ,

I That Seventy-Five! Percent Rtuft'I I I I tit! ik" 4: druggists everywhere. .
i A recent numln-r of the Titusville I I Al-o Siouxeyesihed| -- ---

Prentis & Thomas Star Advocate carried: four datelines I Says the Tampa Tribune: HONOR ROLL OFKISS1MMEE 1.
One, said : "I'Vbruiiry I IS." Three said : When we hear them calling SCHOOLS 9 1i
".January IS." What I'd like) to know j "Chopin" "Showpang" ., F CI HHJS IIc-tLA]
The fewer the
is what shall a man .believe ? we think more'* of that Virginian FOR FIFTH MONTH through _blotrule he..nel.i* ... a : g
|p rem>nderance of evidence is on whose pronunciationof ..moved the !I... ooi p.i-
AUTO REPAIR SHOP earlier. date-but how does the 'Tht'j' "Enroughty" was "DarAnd First Grade; : Woodrow Tindall J. live .ellia;. ,
C. Partin Rene ,I-edbeltpr Hubert
man in Titusville get that w )y. -
i'lluieville i is so drv that n rainfall then too there's Chihuahua;I Smith., Clayton Seabed Hill O'Bry-
and StorageBRING of one and one-half inches is called i iiu that they call "Shewawa" Cholmon-j an, William Jones, George Key a !
"mere sprinkle ;" and while they I dcley that they term "Chumley. Stanley Pavis. Virginia/ Brown, >oro. "
: are soiling "li'miil cement" there I and Iluerfano that common people'call thy Myers, Sallie Berber FlizabetnDiyoreo )
|I Ii I DeRheta Aldermen Won-l-" -
should l call that ---
; < hardly a reason for "Wharfano. Also there are men - --- ---------
IN YOUR CARS i sticking up twenty-eight lays on I II who call othe'r men things thr.t: I'' row nuR-R-ar.: Lloyd Austin, CharU.iNesBelrode. ; ,
: any old date. How come ? assent! print in a great moral fam- Leancler Smith, James

*J .jfc I; *( ily journal Yassum. Davis Robert I Davis, Edna Barclay ."::::. .
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I "",'autv I'midornM" *I I Walton Morris !Iee Yowell! :; ---. :--
Lloyd Smith noht'rtVard.. Helen
Says the Tampa Tribune: Another Mysterious Disappearance Select
1111".11. Marie
Jones, Ruth McKinnon
We Are Prepared to do all kinds oft 'I. It is believed that seven Both at the Tampa fair and the Elizabeth Cot.terman, MelonMarple. r ... .. '
y'k .
consecuflive press breakfasts Oilanda fair I have kept my eyepieled :, tsre-
would not I take to see if I could! find ": : ..
BATTERY WORK nnyappreciable any Second Grade: Elizabeth(; lass: !IesIn our Food' "'r
difference in the statement regarding the late 1 T. A. I . -
Joiner Jane A
Crum Mary Frances' __ FOOD : i
appearance of old man, Arms, who promoted the recent Smith', Beatrice. Yoder. Ruth --.::;:.--. :..:
I r or "Thorn," of the Kissim- races at what he designated the I Vales With ':: ,.r
tee Valley Gu/(.ft(.. !I' "O. t'eolu County Fair"-but, alas! Howard Ilipdon. Charles Crnnthmi Care :_: _-=::::: .
Oh, I don't Itnow. I'm welghinglIight !Alas, once more while the weather I Frederick! Gilbert Allen Davis Billie _::'::::-:
Side and Back Hurt r.-ll. Cecil Bass, Sarah HancockTiuibo :.
pounds more at t this moment'than 1 i.s good Br'er Arms paid he was Uijrdon Vivian Margaret B ,
when I left for Tampa-in spiteof going: to have the best string of I Smith 'When it Cereal Foods
Jordan Ailn.B, Va.- ftam 1II.ILiA" that long;! walk around an intruding racers at both these expositions that Whidden Mnry comes to xf
this .... "m.At"f the 6.n.IH ot say train when I bad to change cars had ever been in Floridy by gosh; I Bjirclav, Billie Partin, Rodney Carr
J. B. Bron..on.Third thin of
on. suffering' al I at Lakeland. It required, the same but so far I failed to see his name c w'4
did. I had pain duration of time to change trains at even among the list of those present.Oh I Grade: AHa Ruth Over-
In my ltd. and Lakeland as it does to change tires ; hum Such is life.TIs stroet, Lola Peaks, Haley. Duke.
could loarygt/ .ntanything. Ion the public highway.!: Yassum. Lindsay Impfjers, Raymond Jay '.
My James Earl Lupfer John Phay "n'l GrapeNuts
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back hurt all the Sinful To Misquote Tyson Joseph Jeffords, I.ucile (! 44.r
Una and I WatT Names Is Certainly Names I like( Herb Fflkel. of the Saint bert Alice Bass, Bessie Johnson
i ncrrous. No Says the Sanford Herald : Augustine Record. Ordinarily he is Marguerite Pnrtin Ha/.p: | Miller,

tndlolo rr did tu' The Kixsimmee Valley Ga- correct in his poetical\ allusionsbut Mermone Miller William Prat her. This '?
siood until I zette's i 11'-4 I pound bass. was he went all to pieces a few days Herbert Bass, Lloyd Bass, Richard ready-to-eat cereal gives
any took Dr. PUrcV beaten hy. ,I. II. Woodward ago when he quoted nut .below : Hilton. you the concentrated strength
of the Thomns Hardware The sun was rising in the wide, wide Fourth Grade Albert E,-
Qold<< .n M.dloal! who had I : Rogers wheat and malted barley a
and hit a west ma White Marguerite Sa'JI''r.Till", !
pound big-mouth bass The frog was setting on her feathery blend which, provides unusual
Farorlt l'raorlpUon.. to.tb.r with / prarot Yates Lonnie Woodnll Ethel!
flaasaut P.lI.t.. After taking caught hv him in Lake" Hutf. nest ( Jones, Alma Shuman Louise Me flavor with staunch
her, on display in I the store The festive and the a
goat sportive Lean Lena DriKPTers Doris. Goo'i-
four totU.s of ....b I could b. up all ,
BARAH R. TERRY. window Friday.-Tampa Tri- cow man Jnmes Perry Vernon Perry, '
d.T.-MRd. Grape Nuts
All drucglitl, or and lOo to Dr. bune. Were joyously jumping from bow\ to Vernon Westfall Dorothy McCranie, especially 't'. Invalids' Hotel In Buffalo Both of them are beaten bow. Delia Fleming, Elizabeth Steffee, good for children because it
N. Y., for a UUl ptofcas of any ': by Charles Whitner, of Sanford It pained me to see that bull in I Ertna Denning, Gladys Welllnsrton.Fifth contains the valuable mineral .4.'t
who caught a bass in rhyme-and i
proved without doubt I
Grade Edith Bass' Wilhel-
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.dl. .
I Alt r m the RconlocJthatchee creek that Herb had forgotten that very mina Carson, Josephine Giiffm, ClIsi ?- salts of the grains so essential ,
near here, that weighed 14V4 ancient object of art, and had substituted -I ,' Partin Evelyn Poulk Geneva to arid
666 U a prescription for Colds, pounds six hours after being something from his own Rolierson Stanley Chanmnp,' I'atte.-- growth development I'\'
caught. The other parts of imagination. Here i is the way.-the I eon Myers, Fra.nkln\ F.dw ards, Bennett -
Fl. : It's the most Florida will have to tome original verse written more than O. Brannon Charles! Tison: Dick "There's Reason9AH i
know. again. Up to date Seminole forty years ago really read: I j Stanley Mary Steffee, Hazel Ilirtzel a ;
ffT.,jf itmedy we 'has them on the bass. 'T s midnight i -and the setting sun I Ella Quirk. :' t

Now is the time for all good liars Is rising in the far, far west; Sixth Grade: Edwin Barnes, Joe grocers sell Grape>Nuts '
in an attack of acute rheumatism ti come to. the aid of the party of The rapid rivers slowly run- Tucker, Coralie Johnson. Mur'on'
I I,1" W* bich there is much pain Ballard's the first part-which is me. I've The frog is on her downy nest; 'I Graves, Emma Quirk Frances Bai- .\. ..
, SVw' Liniment is a necessary partof !'tarted) something that someone in The festive goat and sportive coW I ley, Marion Patrick Jane Phillips. Made by Bostum Cereal Compaiy.Lto.! ,j jI

the treatment. It is a powerful the vicinity of the Econandsoforth\ Hilarious hop from bough to boa-' ., Seventh Grade: Julia Ledbetter, I Battle Creelc.Michiganu S ,
pain relief. Three! sizes! SOc, 60c, creek is anxious to / finish: 'Those I'm ,/'"' that Herb Felkel Vivian Floyd Julia Fair, Ethel J"

and IU.20 per bottle. Sold by Rob-.. Caving fish tales should prepare to will behave ''Himself hereafter ariJ Owen,\! Hazel l iJia8l!, Catherine Penring. 'E t 'II' w. gt. ,...
erson'a Pharmacy.. shed them now-pronto-immejut. forevermore. Yaspnm. Nora Lee I" 5r'tSrs.1j :\
1sh j Chancy Irvin Drig- ....t, . J ...

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J POSSIBLY there has been no one thing dwelt upon since printing became I -

a; .: Published Every Fridays prominent for news-dissemination and I.etter-writfng became an art I. / t tCreat'estBargain
i By Kisiimmee Valley Gazette Company, .KUiimmee, Florida wilh more pronounced disgust\ than the anonymous correspondent! Annoy-

. 'W. B.. Harris, President 5. C. Vans Agnew, Secretary: mous 'note.' .have 'caused more unneeded heartaches: more worries, more :

',I 1 li ' W. L. Tnorndyke, Editor __ uncalled-for gossip, than any other weapon' of a coward.: That each and
\ -- all of them are the concoctions .of men of a lower strata than ordinary
r Sob+ltrlptlon tales: stands without Of like the old fashioned
One Copy, One year......______________V*_______________,--.---.$2.00 argument. course they are Ever Offered The Public
One Copy, Six :Months____.____________-____ _________.____-__.___- 1.00 'comic"valentine, perfectly: harmless- "yet behold how great.a fire a little AnYWhere"
On Copy, Three Months---_______....._____.____.--_._______--*__ .50 mailer kindleth:: Anonymous liters have driven many people from-their\
-- vocations and from their homes 'et they are harmless and without force '
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ri>d lit the fostofflco at Klimlinmoo-- Florldn, na Bpcoii
All I I ('(>nllnu"lrall"r'/ :; ':;';;; iiilr nut litirlecd" corrr-ppoiidciiti bust )>.. tentswhen threats are made. One family is being driven from Daytona ,
Klun' <- unlomi furnlKAMnmrAN these y4 We will sell
rclurru'd <
1 I : .. --'intllr_will .nutibe __ :..__._-___ for such practice. Dr. W. A. McKenzie of Leesburg{ has received one of ...

'1 n tun- -dY..rOl.lnR Rr.-o';: ,;'';'' I' the missives and he comes back in the Commercial of that city A "come 4. SQUIBBS' MINERAL 'OIL and

I1 I- PHI.S.S A9tiuf.14110N : back really does no good when it is simmered down ; but it gives opportunity y' CASTOR OIL
---- -- SQU1BBS
; ( for the recipient of the anonymous screed to express his opinion of
I F'rUtfAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1921 the wiiler. In a two-column letter Dr. McKin/ie makes reply and speaks ; Retailing over the whole world si $1.35 '"

) <.f f the writer in introduction this
-;.: :-:-:": :": : : :": } anonymous an hke :
ye.:: 1 grasp1 His purpose is dealing useful beautiful, "majestic 4': AT AN EVEN ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE if

things\: I ran see why reptile and insect pestilence and woe may : Remember for the One Day Only :t
: t exist just t to make us appreciate harmony ihe more. Yet I hate

not arrived at ihe sublimity of understanding which. would makeme SATURDAY "DOLLAR DAY"
:: ,
1 : I II
f see just why He lets certain degenerates and perverts who gro- I ,
I solomnly promise lliat (torn this lime henceforth I will not 1: vel in the slime of hellish nastiness exist. I refer lo the loathesome .

condemn the Kissimmce Chamber of Commerce because of any :X i: parasites that hide the sun of universal beauty and throw dl>cord I t CENTRAL DRUG STORE

failure lo accomplish h its ends UNLESS:' I have first) personally cooperated ; I' into celestial and terrestrial harmony the writers of anonymous and I I pr'
scurrilous letters to real and Yes weasly little
men women. a :
with, thai organization, and used my best efforts and contributed t :i: 104 BROADWAY
skunk (beg pardon, true skunk, even your fur is beautiful and
share the finances of the Chamber of : Day 41 Phones Night 21 ,
rala to
t my pro Comt useful) a little skunk whose eyes are set too close together and

merce In an endeavor to bring about the desired aims. f f from whose vicinity the stench of cowardice is painfully and obnoxiously -

pungent has written me an anonymous letter. He prol i ; .

n t (Sign here---- t tI ly chortled in nincompoopish glee as he tried lo stab in the dark : fco.
- --p - - - -- -- -
with voice cracked and noisome like the rattle of dry bones on the I .:..:":. ":-:-:":. ..:" .:..:-r----------:..:. -:.-> >

.. .. ..._.._ .... ...... .. .. .... .. desert's dusty face. He didn't think that I would his letter
I : <-:":":-: : : : : :-:":-: : : ":- :":":-:-: : : :-:">: ) :-:-:":-: :":-:-: : :-: :-: -

I he judges men by skunkish standards and since his eyes areas I "" ,,,,_,,,, ,,,, ,,, ' '...... ... .... . ..__ . .. c-
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yellow the broad his saffron back he other : "-.-."":-:-.-.-. .-:-:" . . .". .". :-.''.'':-:- "-: : :-> : ":- < :
WIfOF MARMALADE! PLAN I IW11HOL1 n as stripe up sees .i" <-
1 soul who are unafraid of men and things as yellow too. Poor | .

r floubt lr> Honda airtrrablv 'ualcd; (for little cuss perhaps we do him wrong to complain. j
crr is ro spot in so i io
Ktfcrving: |pi l \ ,it t as is I Ki"mnuand a plant of this no'u' c. h-1I l it' l been I i iEXTREME BARGAINS

in operation, during he past l -t.M n, could have obiamed: Inn allci tun, <>! IIIGIICOST_ _. OF .GOOD HIGHWAYS |j I I;: I.
fruit. at a imniiT.iim price. I ll'ji-flud- Ions of "drops" and 'culls" that
)have gone tn ijelv lo waste. in 1 r>, ny thaI have made an \,->enc (b.'cause /NOTABLE, indeed have been the appreciation in the cost of making I I 1 a
good highways thoroughfares thai will stand for a reasonable time the 'E
of the "hail! f from some l packinghouse lo a dumping-ground could have ,
I beer turned ,into delicious, and much-sought I delicacies at a ma'l' cxprn e : immense traffic winch all roads are called upon to bear in the present ,
i and later would have been eagerly: bought! in all northern marke! I'jn Jay ; and this increase is the more felt because of the constant demand'

died fruit, afro, could have been produced in vast. quantities at a cost noti from all quarters that good roads be constructed. The ten miles of old- I| FOR1

i excessive : while! there is always a great demand for the oil! extracted from lime sandroad which a pair of mules would cover in three hours, or the I !
; 'en miles of fairly good dirlroad which a pair of good steppers wilh a light
orange-peel| which idea would.. no doubt be put in action after a plant wa< S
well under load would cover in an hour and a quarter must now be made into a

And along way. another, line are the fruit juices which might have been hard-surfaced road over which "dad"may lake a very good load of any I.
t ,ort! of Mud in twenty minutes; and these changes] together with the consequent -
saved from the fruit that has been cast aside. California makes a speciallyof ) I I
this commodity, and products are shipped to all sections of the wasted upkeep, run into large sums of money. In speaking of good roads | .S.G LSR T'SHERE

1 country with!\ reasonable distances so long as the supply holds out. Fruit, the federal department of agriculture says : : > I

juices pure juices are not easily obtained in the quantity which the public After the war there was a great public demand for improved

demands; in fact the entire eastern section of the United Stales is con roads. Many roads had been seriously damaged by war traffic I

1 1 j tinually lacking in this particular For the proper sort of juice the demand and it appeared that the return of men from military service would ARE SOME REAL BARGAINS:

it unlimited and it would be before the market could be glut provide an abundance of labor. The army of laborers which was i
I : many years SILK POPLINS New lot just received per yard---- _ $1.00
J led- even if all the drops and culls should be handled for their juice alone. expected to apply for work did not, however materialize. On the Unbleached Sheet 36-inch. 1.00
contrary there was a distinct shortage of labor; and wages reached : ngs. yards---y.-------- "f
Where there are so many uses for this wasted fruit it seems a pity thai
some clever and enthusiastic individual. or some company. well capitalized. the highest levels attained in the history of the country. In Unbleached Sheeting. 39-inch seven yards--------------- 1.00

r': cannot see the profits bound to accrue by a properly-worked plant and 1917, competent labor could be secured for from $150 to 3 per Good Bleaching, 36-inch five yards-------------------- 1-08 .

make *n investment in Kissimmee, for the utilization of this fruit which is day. but the corresponding wages in 1920 were from $3 to $5 fora Good Bleaching. 36-inch seven yards _ h _ _ h _ _ _ '1.00

practically a dead loss. shorter day's work.In t Good Outing Flannel. 26-inch six yards----------------- 1.00

The field it open for an industry which would take up the work either proportion of construction to this materials.demand there Sand was also a pronounced and ; Good Gingham 27-inch seven.: yards_ ___ __ __ _ __ _ __ __ _ 1.00Ladies'
scarcity gravel stone cement -
all portion of these propositions. That there would be good return .
or a and materials commonly used in road work increased in Black Hose five pairs. . . . 1.00 ...J.j
none deny; and it would be a magnificent thing for the county as well a<- E
\ for (the individual all will admit. A slock company should be formulatedand price between 1917 and 1920 from 50 to 100 percent. Naturally j Children's Black. Hose sues 7-9 four pans_ _ _ _ u _ 1.00 I .

then there should be experts in the several lines secured for work these increases in cost t were reflected in the prices paid to contrac- r; Men's Half-Hose. five pairs _ _ n -- - _. - 1.00 I
and management when the plans were under way. tors for road work. Gravel roads increased from $4535 to $7,250 i See our new line of Georgettes and Crepe de Chine atf
I per mile; concrete from $21,165 to upward of $40.000 per mile
--- ---
i ..a. and brick roads from $33,000 to $55.000 mile. $1.65 and $1.85 Per Yard. ,
'. 7- ', As funds available for road construction are largely limited f !

r : DURING there have been demands all legisla- by statute, or by the returns from taxation, a major)y of the slates
past year many upon A. S. GILBERT
t' rive gatherings in Florida that a reapportionment of the state should be immediately this year have deliberately withheld work, the plans for which'hadbeen'completed t r
,, until they could obtain: greater return for their .
be but little
brought about. There seems: to argument against "
? such a proceeding--and that little is both illogical and unfair; while it is expenditure. = :! 45 MAIN STREET PHONE 35 t

: t f. an acknowledged fact that the omission of taking appropriate slips to bring ANOTHER- WISE MAN- -- SAYS- MUCH "!o< .-<- :-: :-: ..."-X-<--:":+....:--:-).>->-H+
r 'za matters to a showdown is contrary to the constitution, rendering all action .
6 ( of the legislative bodies of no force and effect because such measures were ---- - -- - - -
I enacted by an illegally-constituted body. No one denies such a condition RECENTLY at' Westminister Abhy Canon Barnes of London, madea Everybody Who is Anybody Advertises Their "Wants" in The Valley Gazette
Y. ', the chaos that would follow guess on .tye coming end of the world. He said :
exists although the court realizing
.. The whole solar system is cooling, and like a gigantic top is - - .
such a decision, has decided the point otherwise. gradually slowing down. The heat of the sun and of the earth is :"}: :-}4+Y}{ :__....x"HooCo< 4w4 x 0} x+}......4: +: It is certainly time that the coming session of the legislature should
less. Water the of the earth will be absorbed -
slowly growing
on top
," t' no longer delay action in the mailer of reapportionment. People of the ,
rocks the atmosphere, if judge by the will .
by we can moon
Goodman &
of Few counties I WoodallNext
clamor the unjustice representation.
6. ( ; late against present
;' .;..: vanish and the whole process of the biological evolution of the
are satisfied with present conditions. Thi press of the state is insisting 1 upon
I l
earth will become
,< Hardee that the insist that extinct. .
action-and Governor universally
Ii urges press "
And there is no doubt the speaker was absolutely correct. Canon :
? proper action should be Taken. The matter has been too long postponed. The New
Barnes actually knows as much about the coming change from excellence ;E Grocery: ,
Individually members of both houses of the legislature themselves
: extinction he does of the change from chaos lo clearness. In the
f H about betterment of conditions when as to Chamber of Commerce
extremely anxious to bring
being a
as ;
\ j ; meantime the world will go right on figuring who will be members of t
the mailer however comes to a "showdcwn" there is seen that spirit of I
i larding's cabinet when transportation rates will be reduced and why its
a evasion which was found in the previous legislature, and the one before '
{ if one lifts a rabbit by the tail the animal's eyes will drop out. ,
that, and the one before that. .
( Governor Hardee is in earnest in this matter and has pledged himself -- -- -- COME- -- BACK -
{ t l; to do his utmost to hasten the work. In all probability there will be no

a; a , more procrastination upon this subject for commonsense will dictate ac- SEVERAL months the Herald, of Hastings was crowded out of : QUALITIES THE BEST rf
tion and the well-realized favor which the holds towards such
; governor
business because of several reasons-one of which was that the people
'; reapportionment should prove an important factor in urging prompt work. who should have supported a home-paper refused to come across. Nothing

+:t \ FAIRNESS AND COMMONSENSE SHOULD DICTATE THE CON- daunted, proceedings at commenced to create a stock company Ii
,DUCT OF THE NEXT LEGISLATURE WITH A RELATIVE CONCES-I --and the result was were t\at a once company was formed, a plant secured and f i Eat Your Way Back To Health

c' .;ass,; SIGN TO THE NEEDS AND DESIRES OF THE ENTIRE STATE.I the first issue under the new regime was made last Friday. That is an- .

I i .,\ f other case where co-operation secured what was necessary--and the resultis -- - - -
FARMS WILL TAKE CARE OF ALL excellent\ conducted in the that has made :
that an weekly is to be town These goods are recommended by Dr. Charles B. Fernn i:

Yes N 'I ,, AFTER all the cry regarding the enormous lack of "housing facilities" potatoes famous. _ _u______________________ : BROWN RICE RED
,. a ; throughout the United States the careful logician will readily understand SALT
% there is no universal shortage--for there are practically as many residencesnow .
there have been. In fact there TO THE OLD FEE SYSTEMThe FARM BUREAU FEDERATIONThe _
as ever are more houses bungalows f NUT-0-MEAT KAFFEE H. A. G.
7p flats, apartments, and home facilities at the present time than ever before court has declared Florida Division, of the Am- i '
t S -but -impressive fact is these dwelling facilities are not precisely where unconstitutional supreme the act of erican Farm Bureau Federation will K L I M-That rich, sweet, powdered MILK

.- they are wanted and needed. 1917 known aa the graduated, fee r.-(et in G.iinc-svilie, March 1 10-11 for J.J.t
i z. Thousands upon thousands of farm houses were deserted during war- system law, and which took from the the purpose of organizing a permanent Following careful tests of the condilioof the vital 4t 1y. II

, ; times when the city's lure ,called members of the family to a higher direct I which county they officials had born a part receiving of the under fees The state American organization.Farm Bureau Fed- I y.:. organs we can supply you with the proper foods
__ _
; .. ;I wage in some city, or some near-city; and today they are still unoccupiedor the old law, which again becomes "i:at in had its ft oi.rual; rne"-.ina; ----- -
at least the vast majority of them are in that condition. Every state operative.The in March, 1920. It now\ has 42 State I l X: We carry ;a fine line of f vegetables
in the union is thickly dolled with these vacant homes while their former graduated fee system act went Farm Bureaus. with 1,600 county ,

i, '# ,I' residents are housed under most adverse circumstances, the most of them, into effect January 1. of this year. Farm of Bureaus 1,500,000.and a total membership i STRING BEANS CELERY FRESH TOMATOES
declared unconstitutional !
The act I
''I. in the cheaper portions of congested cities ha\e in was .
; become consumers on the ground l that its provision "The ohjtcts of the American : BEETS TURNIPS CARROTS LETTUCE
i place of producers; and are paying the price for the change from the open I II allowed the boards. of county com- I, Farm Bureau Federation are to develop -
; I to "real city life!I" mis8ioners to name the deputies and strengthen and corrolate the Strawberries Fresh Every Day
r s' t Sometime this nation will experience a revulsion and there will then be clerks of the various offices! and fix work of the State Farm Bureau
'Federations of the nation to encourage --- ,
their salaries, conflicts with the con ; ---- ---- --- -
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the from thousands of cities "Too houses and landlords
i. cry many vacant stitution. The law was designed to and promote co-operation of .
f complaining against taxes which are hard to meet." There will be a movement save the taxpayers about $300,000 A all representative agricultural or- OFFERING SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR $ DAY
;''P '", from the city to the country-a desire to become producers along certain year. ganizations in every effort to imp -

; lines or many lines; there will be once more a l humming of that old ove facilities and conditions for
.s" Butter Is Cheap the economic and efficient production \ .
a' refrain : "A little farm well-tilled; and again will go forth the cry: conservation marketing, trans- Your Trade Will Be .
t t. "Housing facilities throughout the country are still Adequate as people This statement shocks you but it portation and distribution of farm
H flock back into the open and produce for themselves?; and for others, ts true. It shocks you because you products' ; to further the study and
.1 !' needed foods" Not all will go. Not all can go. There will always be do not know Ms real food value. enactment of constructive agricul- Goodman Woodall
'., and Ninety-eight percent of the butter tural legislation; to advise with rep-
left in the cities the manufacturing sufficient
centres a number to transact Ts
you eat absorbed by the body resentatives of the public agricultural -
(? r needed business-to produce needed] goods for all demands; but the there is no waste, no skins and bones ) institutions co-operating with Proprietors c> -
trend will show the desire. to live outside the cities and the great maelstroms to throw away. You forget that it with farm' bureaus in the determination NEXT TO CHAMBER OF
I''. of manufacture. is not what you pay, but what you of nation-wide policies and to COMMERCE
plenty of houses and residences all America at the get for what you pay, which de inform farm bureau members regarding t BROADWAY
There/ftr over f- KISSIMMEEc
( termine whether a product .is cheap all movements that affect If
iy sfI present time-but they are not in the Deeded localities or dear. : their interests." I
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List your property with Nelson I ram high.'
Anticipation the latter
Realty Company for good service. The Southern Provision Companyhas
, .. J.:'E.' Maddox nowresiding, : at been formed in Kiw-immec tot part of. the week over the fact that REGARDLESS
t WOOD! WOOD! WOOD "the laundry had changed hands and
Mount Dora, was greeting: friends in the purpose distributing! ; thro-jgh- .
Phone 112. ROB Graves. 49-tf Kissimmee on Wednesday.For out the state the lame supplies! of was te"eo operfed. The'rumor was 'I(

Lake 'Wales' has '-copulation of Sale: Small stock of groceries.! I I I foods purchased by the government J had based made upon a the purchase fact that of the two plantconditioned' men of Religious Creed,. Political Persuasions, j

1,/28. Good eland 420H Mabbette street. during the war period--nnd now being
. sold at far' less khan the cost upon finding the machinery -
1 Read Nelson Realty Company'sclassified Nationality Color Financial Standing
-ad. George W. Persons was in Fort prices. P. R. Brown and if. II. II ud- already installed as had or y
Meade on Wednesday looking after been rep1'l'.ented--and the price had
,son newly- '
Victor Hill, of Hill & Company, of' his mercantile interests in that city. formed compose and are company to > been agreed upon. Work of cleannig Other Peculiarities You are Welt ome at'

-.Narcoossee, was in Kl lmmee on Iveiling a portion of the brick merchants! at low prices-ba.eef on '; the place at once commenced and .. v
Wednesday. pavement on Broadway near the the' prices secured by the Southern' then began the overhauling of the

J. 15. Davis, of Kissimmo has Floyd store was in progress on fonda Provision Company rained by buying machinery-which had long been! ., TAYLOR'SDOLLAR
been in Apopka several days this i' )'. 'this' stock in shipments of several' idle. Right at that point the en-

week looking after his orange. / in- I We have clients who will exchange carload" "' each invoice. 'thusiasmof the investors commenced ,
terests. I fine property! in Kansas for good It ''s well-known the governmentwas to wane. Rust had played havoc

j Jay; C. Livingston, formerly in properly in FIOI hla. Nelson Realty $;heavilyloaded, with canned goods the with sonic. of the important parts of 1 DA Y SPECIALS ''!"'
machines and the boilers ,
business i in thin the armistice ) all were
when signet
city, now a resilient ,, Company: was '.
of Jacksonville, was in Kissiniince on I|! :Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Tunniclitfe material being of the best and so found in such condition as to require 24 Pounds best Self-Rising( Flour____.._____._-_ ___________$1.5o'
Wednesday. j jWe prepare! as to remain in perfect heavy, 'e"lIirs-if not replacement; I
Saint Cloud, were in KissJmmee on condition for ah "fwrfefinite period. connvjuently the piospective owners 24 Pounds Pillsbury/t; Best _ ____ ____ .___ __ ________'. 1.65
carry a full line of grain and Tuesdayrailing/: upon a limit.dIIl1l11h'r dl>Cd.: -d' to let go right: then and I I .
feed of all kinds. Telephone your jif their many friends.I .For a time! customers!station various these goodsdirect. cetii'supplied thre. It was estimated that POIIW ': 12 Pound Can Army Bacon------------------------------. 2.39.

needs.. Grocery We deliver.Company.The 1Vuleta'kCnrson >1 belching' For' Sale from: Rhode I the!Island especially Red eggs fin": .--but necessitated it! wn; four.a lame I ;that clerical suchpractice would fifteen( ln hundred required dollars to .place of an the outlay plant I i, '2 Pound Can Army Roast. Beef ___ ________.__ _________ .27 .

The flying \>ont which has IN'e-n so stain' of :Mr*. N. H. Carson. 'Apple l force not justified by the returns.. in fir :-t-< lass: condition; and tint sum. ] 20 Pounds Whole\ Grain Rice--------------------------- 1.00
much advertised! by the :MnkinsonComp.iny to Mis. :Marion Carson, 'Jl-'i I: Itroadway. Then the government decid'- to ship lojretlier with the price asked, for .

arrived in Kissinimee' > ).(.... . 10l.!! .- only in car-lots-but too many wlvidesied the place, ran into too large figure"\ !: Our 'Own Fresh Bread -_ -_ _ -- ____-_hhnh__ . .08
tl'rlay morning./ | :Mrs.l A. C. Ti.son and) two eh'ldren; the goods wire unable. tonuke to lie 1, justified ul tins, time.Tie .

Paul K. Weaver, son-in-law of N. Mildred and Winnifred.; of Kissim- so heavy nn investment The e i- still a crying' need for a. ,

C. Bryan, now of Jacksonville) was mee, visited IliHiard's Island last better way, the government found high-grade! lai'ndiv l, in :' PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT
in Kinsinimce on Wedn..laY-lr.t- Sunday; where they were the pleasedgicsts was to shin direct tl> parties capital or later, it will l'oln-and

1. ing !Mime of his many friends. of :Mr. and :Mrs 1. II. \Veth.erhee. -. iced sufficiently\! to p">' rash for big the owners will r<.in motley if fair I CASH AND CARRY
intcs hall l IH' charged and weakturned
good '
Try our Harrington Hall and Chase shipments, and allow a small! discount .
& Sanborn Coff$('. Both r.t these sir"' Sam Story, In-other "f Ljles V. for the di-tributir.n expenses; oul, I.anndrV'i in surrounding l. .
first-class in every particular. The Slury who has been. holding a position and it is in this manner that merchants itics; are yielding large profits i G/e :
,, --and are! charging Taylor System
extremely high
Waters & Carson Grocery Company' with the Seaboard at Juckst.n- can now secure the e good"for"

There is. every belief now that the \ III... has resigned: his post and entered the re-sellin... Thv n..w''olll- ratefor. and what is styled ordinaryWI.IK. ; r
a good in Kwimmcv ,
has notified. all ., in this laundry -
of Rollins. University on :Monday. pang I gro -rs
work putting the Wood-Tex plant ;
could lumade li. Co
district of +a t niii/i; ;t :
in shape. to cont.nue I the manufacture last.l: opportunity 2o- 5.cult'these tilt \
mill) who "knew all dramheof' ,f
and i is
of paving brick will commence ut avery For Sale: Belgian Neweland, goals a large expctted tilt lltls.lH'SS. i ... ._-
early date. and Himalayan] rabbit All lirveds. I to follow. .
> .x. *<":-*.:"><.< >. } < H > .
Miss (i race Winn spent. Saturday }! l I' lair 1 111\\ Mabhctte. street. RED CROSS ROLL-CALL OSCEOLA COUNTY AWAKENINGTO l .

.. and l Sunday at HeLand( where she MNs :Mattie little Hams, who HER MANY POSSIBILITIES
was guest of her "j"t'r.II'K\ : Augusta came to visit her parents.' Mr and SLATED FOR .SATURDAY
Winn, who is art attendant at MrV.I H. Harris, the latter part Ki -immee and (Osreol1 countyare i TAKE ADVANTAGE
Sit (.con. e-ig: /: rn-rf.-."tc.I l for the ,,,'llIulh'"al.'l( up., The \iroodpeople ;'

Wanted : To borrow $:!,:-.flCI( ( on'''duties' at Winter Ha\en Sunday ev- drive for membership fur the Red of that county haxe heel
gilt-edge seeuiity.For particulars: ening.. Cross, under >'hat i j. the' Ixtteiknown "uslrep l | at the switch", which leads i ito i . . OF THE . .

inquire' at tike office of The Valley One purchase of "Itainty Flour as a "roll-call.! and it i i- I the main track) towards prosperity. '
(;u 7.l'tte. H-tf makes) a life-long customer. 'fh-ute planned to have the arTai t..k.- place With, richest t of rich lands. | :
in KIll als Gull Medu': ] :
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W. S. Totter left on Tuesday for j and carry Delicious Self-K sinir present ".... II. :M. Powell, who i i"IIJwri(1t..nd"t is tion.: with improved public roads: at!
hi< home in Fayetteville, Indiana, i IOri"I. hand and g .
lall masked down rigM. The Waters of the southern division i com ng, I these good I peopleare ,
where he will look after matterof II I .
& ('ar..rl ; of the wovia in Knsammernn netting into line, awake to the'i
Grocery Company.
I HI-i ness and will. probably retuinhere Tuesday conferring with H''ralnh'rf'st..d i 1111 measurable possibilities that they |
in a few .weeks. I| One of the young business men o/ have ;
in the Red < ross work all around them. The Saint i
John ("apes, of Miami, foimerly nresilient Fort Meade writes that he will be inKissiinmee then went direct to St. Cloud wheie"he (1"11,1 Commercial, Club and the Ki".1| x ,xt ,
or Kissimmee. is "pending) wilbm! a very short t'lne (' closed matters in regard to the simmer Chamber of Commerce lire .
a few days here meetin" old 1 acuiintanccs. U consider. either taking" over the i roll-call in that city. .doing.I commendable work in the ; 7I
<[ : He is the I gOest of his old laundry or ('stabltshing a new t There is no stated quota for rnem"l -,, waking up I line and i is lending( the 9
daughter Mrs. W. C. (;III>I'I.t. i i jconcern.The! ership, in Kissimmee.. it is ofti- way for achievement in these years | .

(Captain K. T. Hopkins and his matter of opening the proposed clnllv stated; thv desire being to get of progress--vilieie there's woik of I 51
daughter/ of Saint Cloud, passed i] Kissimmee National Bu-ines as large a number a* possible to the ull.loJ<{..tl1I'r ",,,'1. Farm and II'
through Kissinimee on Sunday College which had been advertisedto show sufficient interest to take a Live Stock Record. I

hound for Kustis; where they were take place on Monday! last l. was. membership--which means the out- ( I
guests of the Rringlings of circus (I' unavoidably postponed l for lack of 1 lav of but one dollar. The aims and WHO HAS A HALF-CENT
fame who were old-time friends. 'the present moment of a sufficient. achievements of the Red Cross So- COINED BY UNITED STATES
I guarantee of local patronage. The tidy known throughout the ON
:Mr. and :Mrs. Emerson Holbrook 'promoters will take the matter up a .entire are world so that no special pleadings Another, of the ancient halfcentshas SATURDAY FEBRUARY 26 \
the winter
have l been
A who spending" : little later in the season. { for the advancement of the society been found l in Ki."imlllletomatch ;
in enroute to their I
Florida now
ft."., ., home in I/ehanon. Connecticut were Dr. T. :M. Rivers has removed from are needed; and there should ben the one owned by H.
'h .'* suite of offices opposite the post large showing made in Kissinimee lireuker. Mention was made M'I :

-in- guests Kissimmee!! of Mrs.a brief 1'':. (I.hour Vans y.terdaytr Agnew |office I to the upper floor of the old during the roll-call. and week in The Gazette of the latter We shall I sell everything cur many lines of merchandise
State bank building where he has There is a call made for girls to immediately S. A. Rogue, who
of ::101! Main street.If .
Uarters facing on Darlington street.. participate on Saturday in this' roll- resides at 219 Mahbette .street, commenced
those having rooms! which they :Milton Pledger.! county prosecutingattorney ,call and it is hoped that a suitable to look over his antiques. at greatly reduced rates
contemplate lentmg during the next will There he found I.
who had a lease on that number of high school 1 girls a splendidlypreserved
reason would leave full detail at sole has taken a suite facing proffer their servicesThe matter i i- specimen of a half,cent coined in )
the Chamber of Commerce, with the Broadway on the same floor. to be entirely completed during the 1X28.:! It appeared! almost as new as. i 'f.
secretary, it would I...' an incentivefor i that one day: and there will be no espe if of the date of the current year. ]
I It is matter worthy of note
1\ early requisition There are a ,'iall.Iiffilult work about> the roll- It would be interesting to learn if i
I he hpiridsome floml01 k seen at I H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
fre Friends of Mrs. S. H. Bullock are was almost entirely furnished ; to take a membership. Only I denomination to be found in Kissim- i
their congratulations over those will refuse their dollar who nice. j
extending : :Jean .
by Miss Caldwell. For many :-:--:-xx1 -:
the winning made at the Tampa fair. really heel that the um is moreneeded
.of the social functions in Kissimmeeand CONDITToNjTIxiSTj
doc-orated than elsewhere -
Of the seven exhibits of. t tchina Saint Cloud and Orlando and in the home '

: which were entered in. the art '|Winter Park there are numerous requisitions (i-and there will be needed no special j THROUCHOUTJ'MAGIC( CITY"j ,
,.' department at that T'Rt'ppoltit 1011 made the gardens of pleadings for the dollar. Those who
Mrs. Bullock was awarded! five firstS Miss Caldwell upon can afford it will pay promptly. j Wonder how George Washington
, \ school and others who would like l\IiamlT-.M Metrop
," prizes add one second. I High girls .
' I GVorge; X. Saunders who has III will aid in this great work that will fobs.
;Mrs. Josie Alexander, who has theh.m. host of friends in this city was> in.; be commenced and ,completed in KisFimmee !! It is not safe ?o walk alone on a
the at
been spending season Kissimmee on Saturday from his should'give Miami street after dark. No dwelling -
during the one day
of Mr. and :Mrs. S. A. liogue.
home out Alligator lakeappearing ) '
on their "names immediately to in Miami is safe from possible
2J1Iahh.ttl'!! : street, left on Wednesday improved in health. Some years :Mrs. II. C Stanfo :2OS Vernon invasion' of burglars and confidencemen. '

for\ her home with Kissinimee in. Detroithighly and-,- ago he was a resident here, but for street, .south or to }I,,.>. S. B. Ault. The town is not only the I 18f ) r
delighted (
four.ltr'l he has been
this her the past man :J17; Broadway. : stamping ground of petty thieves,
determined! to city
dwelling near the lake in an effort All who will help in this work of it is the rendezvous of desperadoes I
home during the next season.There ''to regain hl'alth-un.1 seems to have collecting are asked to mt at Mrs.I j and big-stake gamblers who will I
set-ins but little desire for iH-en successful. Stanford'- Friday evening. stop at nothing to get I their loot- '
money in Kissinimee-and there is I! As a matter of information is given - and get away with it.-Miami Metropolis. I Detroit Vapor Oil Stove

evidence that few care for any of the fact that notwithstanding" the NOTICE C- OF ICE I ,

it. This is the conclusion drawn replacement of some. of the paving:; ( A traveling man goes for a walk
from the result of the notices sent done by Kissimmee inside the city j|, Notice is hereby given that on and' with a stranger in Miami is knocked -
out t" the stockholders in the lateState limits on the Dixie Highway the cost after February 1 all ice will he sold down and! robbed and the strangeris
bank. Special letters were of construction! has been kept within strictly for cash or tickets. Tickets i i not caught. A thief enters two This is the Day of Our

sent to all those asking them to call the price of $::1.10; per square yard :,, can be secured from drivers in any |apartment houses and makes way .
and receive I the ten percent dividend including{ the cost of curbing. Thisis amounts from $1.OO up. j II with several thousand dollars' worth
that has been secured by S. II. Bul.- a point over which the city officials i Ice cards must! be properly displayed of valuables. Hut no thief is caught.A .
lock-yet so careless seem to be I feel jubilant. 'I in order to insure prompt'' robber slips into a dwelling, takes Great Demonstration

those who are entitled to avail themselves I R. Itardehty field manager of the I''1' service. two hundred dollars from the pocketof

of the opportunity. motion picture department of the I j I I II. R. MAY.Manager a skirt hanging/ in a closet. The
National Cash Register Company i I i', Kissimmee Ire Company.75t. thief is, seen by a policeman but he

in Kissimmee yesterday makingarrangements 1 not caught. A man fires a revolverat
was . of the . .
for a splendid showing I,'|I i another man in broad daylight on .
of films which will attract every 'VISITOR RECEIVES MEDAL a" busy Miami street. The man gets .)

The date I EXCELLENT WAR RECORD away. And the police don'. know
The Right Wayto citizen of Kissimmee. arranged j! FOR
'. for is Thursday March 17.1 i who they could have been. Nobodyis

and! a complete notice will appear in .I Private Harold P. Bishop. whose caught.-Miami Metropolis. Red Star Detroit Vapor Stoves ,

the! next issue of The Gazette. I home is in Hiram. Ohio but who is GRANDCHILD DROWNED

Mrs. Thomas T. (Cotman who is I J at present at the home of I>r. R. M. rry
Do Business! speaking throughout the state in the Buckmaster, fiO.1 Clrde avenue, is AT CALIFORNIA HOME

interests of clubs of various kinds the recipient' of one of the commemorative Captain and Mrs. Clay Johnson
t arrived! in Kissimmee in time to deliver medals issued by the government have received the sad news of the
a talk to the MothersTeachersClub and sent out at the instance of
death of their grandson Wel-I
and on Wednesday evening, but the I the United States Marine Corps. fr.I'' I IIK
Lecture Moving 1 ford Johnson, on Friday, February
j{, inclemency of the weather forced Bishop enlisted May fit. 1918. and which was caused by drowning at I
Pictures the postponement of the entertainment. | was discharged on August 1.1. 1919. \, the home of the parents, IJetitenant- '
will be in the He service and the documentary I
It given Chapter saw oversea commander and !Mrs A. K. Johnson I
House next Wednesday evening. ; evidence accompanying the j: !
( at San Jose, California. The parentswill
"Getting the Most Mr. and !Mrs. W. S. Glore and three' medal !speaks) of the recipient "l>eing | remembered hv many as
(I: distinguished: for obedience sobriety
children have arrived in Kissimmee ing spent several weeks here. hav'l
and ure guests of the parents of industry, (courage" cleanliness. and spring, guests. of Lieutenant .
Out'of Retailing"Under \Jrs.: Iore-Mr. and Mrs. W. H'I, proficiency. The menento is highly Ron's parents, and the twelveyearsold taI
The i prized by Mr. Bishop- nd will, no
Jones in the Pinedale | son accompanied them. Full details +
'J visitors come from Atlanta although doubt be the gore valued as the of the casualty have not been I s I I I e ,+

Auspices they were former residents! of :Mount j' :years pass. received here The fact, however is

Vernon Ohio. Mrs Glore lived in I noted that the drowning occurred ata THIS BURNER IS ABSOLUTELY WICKLESS '
this, city with Her parents several' time immediately after the father,
CHAMBER Of COMMERCE ;i years some, time since and will be Lieutenant Johnson had sailed from

I pleasantly remembered by many DAYTON"The Philadelphia on the new hospital-

i. By | Captain O. C Daisy accompanied I ship Relief to join the Atlantic We invite all -the ladies to come and

:'Iby his son, George; : Daisy, and wife, Bicycle with a Five-Y *ar fleet at luantanimo, Cuba.COMMISSIONMANAGER .
W. F. BRENNANBusiness after spending a large portion of the i
season in Kissimmev, left on Wed. I PLANIS see a mere man cook the best '
Expert their home in Wichita
v Kansas-planning to return at an j Dayton Bicycles are the Best i

High School Auditorium early dale next fall. The Daisysown was rather amused! to pick up a kind of eats on this truly '
considerable in this I The the market
property only bicycle on ,copy of The Kissimmee Gazette the
city and county and are greatly interested with a five-year guarantee in other day and read in an editorial

Thursday Evening in the progress and pros- writing, given by the maker. 'comment on the efficiency of the wonderful stove.
of this entire district.
perity commission manager plan of city
p 1\J"rh 17, 8 O'Clock The work of rehabilitating the Don't buy a bike that has onlya government: that New Smyrna, along:'

plant of the Tucker Wood-Tex Brick when with a lot of other progressive citiesin
. Company, which was established in one-year guarantee you the state is now anxious to adopt TODAY IS THE TIME DON'T MISS IT
for the ,
j. can get a Dayton same in full
1915 and destroyed in the latter part this plan of city government
Bonnet Men, Merc.... *. Sales- of 1920, has not yet commenced. The money. belief of its excellence. Bless your .

assertion was definitely arrangedthat heart. Bill Harris, we've got it working -
people and their families cordiallyiarited. Come in and look them over todayWynn's real
work would begin some six fine. If Kissimmee wants a OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY
-." weeks ago and it was stated by the progressive form of city govern- lk
.. c, management the plant would be Bicycle Shop ment, tell the people there to adopt
I turning out its celebrated paving the commission-manager form and
if Admission Free material within a very short timeI N,.lIS ".w..,, ['wir.ea get business principles in your city tf'

:>' I but no action has yet been taken. .affairs.i : New Smyrna News. ilII

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ble cost. ., ., Cannot bur city devise ways and INCOME TAX FACTS '

; j THE WATCHER We are mhch" interested in the means by, which those coming to YOU SHOULD KNOW'' ..
Ai i Prominent Western : I proper drainago of this part of. our Florida in 'their "automobile houses," ,
great state, for proper drainage and or with tents find equally pleasant Salaries paid to state employees, i
development renders .it possible to surroundings, health, and better '.un. including also <-n>ployces of a town,
There is a seed) house located i In produce anything that can (be grown shiny'' picnic days, by making arrangements or hamlet, are exempt from "
Praises Tanlac Plant City. How fittingt! is; -I111! In.a tropical and in county,
Man country- its\!! whereby the "tincan taxation. Thousands of persons engaged '
: 1 appropriate as a saint in Saint p rfection. tourist" may come and receive a in business for themselves or .i. .
i Louis, a jack In Jacksonville, a Note, if you will the "Celery Belt" welcome, and enjoy a winter of real employees in private business receive -
L as
I clothes line in Washington or a kiss near Sanford. Thev frequently get I //i"''>rida sunshine within the pine such additional compensiition.A .

"\ in ,Kissiinmee. more for a. single crop off an acre I forests-where the resinous air will' More-keeper may IK- elected mayor ,
J of land than the land cost, and thatin go far towards restoCng: health- I of his -town. IV nmofint paid for i
\; :: Did you dig up a" quarter to see much less than a year. I and where a real picnic atmospherewill such service .should he entered on his
(;: .. that pruve-rolibinjy critter that was We are also vitally interested in a make all ? I' I "taxfl- .
H I captured in the' wilds! of Hernnndocounty !good! road from here to the east parties happy income tax! return, but. it is not o
L.I which .looked. lil'e a mixture and Will you place Ills subject Itcfo'ie bias
: coast we should lose time htgetting ..
i. 1 I lof' dog and hyena, and smelled! like I it completed. no the citizens so that northern friends i I State employee'. however, must
/ who .. their/ iiii',title fromother
it liuxxnrd l1 Eh wot ? We know it's Those who ther'lIt need of enjoy camp life may be benefit consider caivfully
nee 'd by a real open-air treatment ? I If. eUntiiiK 1 the
none of our business! Imtvot' are ye I hese things and are I Tall sources
willing to give it
them hy I II'. ante
t about ? Are there sites amounts paid
so touchy t their best efforts! for their not plenty of I on :
uccom- the Dixie equals nl' ,.,creel., $1.11/1/1/ l) "I' :'::2.11110,
Highway close fo Kissiniiiee
>lihniMit we ,should choose lead l lII" -
; to <
+ ", ;-, ; The p-ipers' '' arc telling of u girl u|" on to victory for 0111'ood Hu.tal for campers who prefer aceording 10 Ih'II' 111111'11111 .Iatutes. nreturn 4
wi. north who hiiii the "Iulk'in"h'k.. of'1nc"nle must I" filed and
that ,
sort .f ?
N'o: ; effort should be wa.stcd lostn ,
Ill's. *'and, altered alntoxltontiminlly or tlw lot ill (,
away tllX palll 011 1'on1l'
half-heailed/ endeavor.h. Cannot Florida folow the example
f"fvll nine days, tend! then I of I thus 1111101111 -
(ass \
) DOM.INS./) and experience of Montana or :NewYork ;
lIn''i. fn >ni exlutustion. Now _ : 1 ? The "retunl IIIIIt bewarn to
\ / 'here is" II rl''Ia| ,,,'( to take a slam at aw'Illtlll'a PERTINENT QUERIES WELL "" I fore a linIn' .11' atli,',' lama''' ' utthanzd .
zi I I Is it t true t that other'' Florida townslie Irilh 1"11'
r''pII'it' to talk 1 )but wi1 10 1II1'l1inl-I' all
I wotv't do II:0! :: sirc, \vr posllively WORTH CAREFUL THOUGHT I tindinir it best for the cnmnersmil : I tax "may he paid in lull al' I Ili. ilmeof '
\ -- also for the; cities' to withdraw '
; i won't I tiling'; the rrtutn or in four ciual|
Cdiloiof: ,' The liax.ette; : I the privileges) of the txiuiist camp hcfoie M.ucli
1 I' I I Sometioilv! (11I-::: Harding: an alliimtor 'It i I' said Unit Shakespeare neverepeats I i \ilhin( th city limits- and are ,'n.I installment-J'-! >. .lune I l".. :Si-plcmher> mi' nr I K, told l >c'cemhir .

\ -' ., <--\ feet long the. oilier day and! but wiser was' Socrates, | roil raging visitors, to find more com 1'-.. l I'.i-M.! At 1 leal "IIt.foll,11t( ,
-: it will ,lie taken Washington an. a f.jr. hi asked questions. when' hevishein fn"lnhh'1u"rll'l'i ] in rented rooms alI of the amount due nui-t accompany n
pet' for the now iinistration. Its \ to make 'his comments strong/ . 'iioderatc' prices ? the tiling of Ilie rltot' n
nuost t I' expletive feet lire is its smile, IInd .st t II kept friendships.May . i I j i A. NOUTIIKKNKR.I : Salary exemption" ) allowed Mate
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, : I follow the ,
the most striking is its tail. It willnnilialilv plan of Socrates ? i employees: do mil apply: t 10< employees
make ti' good politician! as How much good in the t tourist ]I' )Dollars" ant: Cents .lof the federal I go\ci iimcnt -Oil l I. lor

'* it i i.< aide) ) to swallow most, anything. vamp doing Kissimmee ? i Counting it only in dollars mild,! example, a* pit, mitt, -tIi -.
Is it true that tubercular" tourists j cents, bow much did that lust cold
,. Two weeks ajro we taint|| ted, from hI"n I the city campsite foreeKs' cost you ? ,\ man may not always BEVAN BUYS BEAUTIFUL
tl-c. Ten, ( 'olllmand nH'111 I< tin law ;' i "
't. k'h..n he has raid. but
<<" against swearing: lat week, we gave Will this help adveitise Kissimlee'1 perhaps, it would I.,. better if he did..
our Sax: im'- wo-Is agaiirt ,it t in theSeimon Or) will the germs \be ciuriedo ) It takes about! ten days toI't completely ,,i'i'U I F I It!, van i i' n" "the t mxiiiTan of

'.11 the :Mount. After listening other point ? I II"nnl rid of a cold under 'tin1.usual, : <-*III'< lally line l.iki.1"111"1'1)'|'. 1 .
1 another' week) to the ciimmcSnlaniruag < ': Kissimmee,. extend her us- treatment.I That I time can be much. when* I" planned( 'lo ,rrerl, 1 one of( the .
(> of our vt reet we feel I like uil t hospitality another season. by shortened' by taking Chamberlain's! 11111"1 honll'' 111 (Il'mail. 'aunty.Thole .
Ming I the. words of Paul to hi> '1 ming: the campsijes') just outside (Cough Kcniody' and proper" care of n"""r fuuilr I n .irr', IJI I II"., t It, ,,,:, .
young iliMiple, ; "O, Timolhey keep the "city limits ? [ yourself, ill facta bottle of this rein-I \\ hah his ben, II.JI,, h".J EIad.: .
that xxlnih is committed to thv Has. I the health officer investigatedle city. in the house is a mighty good docks. '!hit'! wof lo"1 Itoia';,' 'I iii' .ale
I fm-t.t asoidimr profane and vain sanitary conditions at the camp-I investment during the winter and ryas put Ih"u/h" Rg :\1.1'1\.111"1', A
lililings." I l'nn.GI;:: ). I Kite spring monl h... (''''"1'11\' hh 1 work ,

c Out in wild and \\oollv Oklahoma
the elected Miss Alice nol"'II1 I VI.fc -Jy
? I he: house of nttttives.: She
n -(
: rep
. .I G. W. Logan,. Peabody, Kansas I will he the only lady member" of th" a

incoming coujfres; I In a recent, adiri"s -
w ''Tit nlac has completely restored trouble was indigestion. :Nothing'seemed : I , ;-br! "aid, : "I do not I think that
to with, At women should. lie allowed to play
my health<< and I feel finer than inyvara agree me. tune* : SEEDSUNITED
I would have dizzy spells and at fat, prizes nt bridge parties when the -
the Ktiuighlforwitrdstatement
; was ) other times my hack would in he so roils line hays for shooting craps
made recently by :Mr had that I could hardly get up and in the alleys' Let's jic,o-'h. what ?

George W. Logan, of Peabody) Kannas '' down in m ychair. This is just the Well brethren) she has it doped out

,.. !!, one of the most prominent condition I was in when I started to about right after all C
(stock-dealers of the :Middle West. take this medicine. It took Just six ,
'. "It has not only made a new man 'bottles to make a well man of me In a cemetery in the state of New
of me but I have actually gained J now have a fine appetite, everything I York there stands a monument lour SEED STORES ,
thirty-five pounds in weight and feel I tastes good and my digestionis lag/ only the wold "Forgiven." Thereis
r r, BH well as I ever did in my life. I perfect. ", no date of hirth or death and even

\ j am telling all of my friends about "My I wife was also troubled with the name of the person lying/ underneath Haines City, Polk County, Florida
V i Tanlac but they can see for themselves indigestion at times and it relievedher is omitted. A strange memorial [ '
what it has done (The Gateway lo the Scenic; Highlands, )
t in my case. the same way. You may publish it would seem to be. hut is a. i.
'1 +1'\y\ "When 1 began taking Tanlac I my statement whenever you like and it not really one of the most fitting
was in an awfully run-down condi if anyone doubts it, just tell them to that could be devised? After "life's
'I i IJ tion. I was away off in weight, felt see me." fitful fever" i is over and the soul ad- .
I, i weak and nervous all of the time Tanlac is sold in Kissimmee by J. vntuies forth toward the Throne [ We Have Them -

l I1 and couldn't take any interest in my I 7.. Koherson and Central Drug Store the most exquisitely! beautiful .
work or anything else. My main and in St. Cloud by P. I n. :Marine. thought i"Forgiven.." The Watcher -

. once ,visited the tomb of a president ]
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'f I of the United States, who had [ Crop Just
also been general/ in the army. On .

the granite was engraved all the ., Garden :Field: : Flower:: : Il
t 5SOMHRIHGFGOTO honors that had' come to him. the 1 i r .

Rattles he had fought and the officeshe *- and Price Request
/ lei EADAC 1 C'E had held, hut, all together, they I l Samples on
tt wennot as eloquent) 1I".t hI' one s
word "Forgiven." The president's, r Onion Sets Seed Potatoes Just Arrived
t i U I'' I i l le monument told of success as the j '
:. world sees it, the other a life trium-
( II I I4v phant in the eyes of OmnipotoHce., Pratt' Stock Remedies and Tonics Dr. LeGear's Stock Remedies and Tonics tYa

I, 4 Pratt' Poultry Remedies Dr. LeGear's Poultry Remedies
., For the Children '
i I I Too much care cannot be exercisedin .1[ Poultry Supplies Insecticides Spray Materials Dips and Disinfectants Pyroi ..I

,selecting ta cough medicine for Sulco VB.. Amour's Fertilizers
the children. It should bfe pleasant to
;You'll feel better as soon as you swallow first
take, contain no harmless drug an ,
i one. Two or three pills usually stop all the pain. most effectual in curing their cough (,..
nnd colds. Long experience ha*
t DR. MILES' ANTI PAIN PILLS shown that Chamberlain's f'oug' A

r r Remedy meets these conditions., I' ,.
l are absolutely free from all narcotics and habit- is a favorite with many mothers. v "'-.
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: f ,{ forming drugs. They relieve without danger and

without bad after effects. Your druggist sells them.

I t,: Hemy even carries
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r "'y ''r p: FIFTY YEARS TRIAL The Editor of The Gazette: now

Reins, a new aeeession to KiKsim-
+i i i.\\ Tk. mart widely urd remedy la Ibe in addressing
mee I feel some delioarv -
world lo overcome the .
r I ; S I. effect ol ciUurh. Caturh I* myself to the public interestsof HENRY WAS "near." HIS STRONG constitution.!
i t Deal end Inildiou In lur this community but with vow' . .
3 >rr .invtdr*anrlyerery rod permission I shall have "110mI' say." IN OTHER words tight. CARRIED HENRY through
houMbold indhoven CATARRHAND There is a big/ question before us . .
like e peelVleooe CATAHRHAL now probably one bigger\ than the HE CARRIED two packs. AND DAY hy day. ,
'j wk.r.every. CONDITION average reader has duly considered/ 6'
It is generally known that a pri- OF CIGARETTES. HE GREW more ''popular.
"' .' wi It .trike* .< the root of d mnrv i is to be held here soon. . o .
tkrrhal trouble! br HmuUtlnf The kind of man or woman chosen) ONE FOR friend Henry. AND HENRY knew why.
the 4Ige.noa, enrichlnf the
I I . .
/ tonlnr up the nervous iyitera cad nt that primary to bundle our affair* .
i; : oolhlnc the nw sad tnflined. macou hould be such as are up with the FULL OF "SatisfyB. FOR HE'S nobody's dummy.
a ,.f :, _.rmbran.... Peru n. eel every oif toworkl. demands. of the dav. . o
i .. property and live* trenfth. vigor They should stand ready to "spend, AND THE other containing. AND NOWADAYS he not only. t
,1 pad pep to the whole body. Try Ik end like in the; interest of our public good. . .
,i :- ; Chouaeb ol other, learn wbet II maamtobewell. I may be pardoned when I say JUST ONE cigarette. CARRIES THE cigarettes.

4 fit t'' ; SOLD EVERYWHERE TABLETS OR LIQtMD that Kissimmee now fares /greater 4 . .
.. AND THAT lone cigarette. THAT SATISFY.
f 1"'f problems than she has ever done be-
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< . --- - - - --- - fore.First and foremost, to be sure, is WAS ALWAYS offered. BUT FORCES 'oni on pooplo.
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'r : .
the, enactment and proper enforcement I
TO SMOKELESS friends. GIVES AWAY packs. of 'em.
ordinances such
of all good as
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,: [ Kill That Cold With are properly required looking for after good sound/government law and WHO WERE. all. polite. AND, SHUCKS.. . t '

.') order. that AND REFUSED take It. HENRY COULD run for "ray r. '.
Then should come matters .
\Ll. *
; concern us as our county relates to
t' AND SOMEHOW Heury.JO GET with It
r .. away now.
other counties of the statr>-proper * . .
drainage,anti od roads, and much- WAS NOT-* popular.

needed neglected I waterways '
CASCARA ? QUININE These/ all come in here.It friends the real ,
mistake. thing
? 6 TILL ONE day by GIVE your -
should be impressed those .
upon ' them to Clu-RtcrfieMsI,
I SI who would l serve us that they should '20 cents HE PULLED the full puck. Odds are they'll t find just wliatynu'vo ,
f omit not to serve us here. found in this wonderful Turkish-Do- .
i Colds Coughs "'OMl9 La Grippe To be effective here requires thatwe //1'
pmckmge.. AND EVERYONE fell on It. mpstir blenda smoke that hy cum-
i want no one who ever says fail in round parixon seems way out of in( 1'1'11'0tin.or50.acuwn.eaJed. ,
Neglected: Colds are Dangerous .-We want everything done that WITH LOUD crloa'of glee!; claua-and it. "They Satisfy !" .
shall improve our lake. We not only . .
Take no chanc*. Keep this standard remedy:! handy for the first sneeze. want improvement of its shores hut

I. Break up: a cold in 24 hours. Kolieve* .+re want it properly dredged: and l
i Grippe in 3 daya-Excellent for Headache deepened, so as to give us the needed -

Quinine li. (his form does not affect the head-Caacara is best Tonic transportation and then that we
i iF
t LaaedNo Opiate in Hill'a. be connected with other watercouresas t.
would render it most efficient.

F J' ALL DXUGGILTS SELL IT Transportation by water has ever I ,

been recognized as a great thing and 0 O 1
much to be desired, as it is so much 0

cheaper than transportation by rail O Q o bo
-probably not more than onehalfthe N
Slopn 1 of the Agricultural Exten- It is easy to get rid of the misery cost.

'lon Division College of Agriculture. of heartburn or indigestion. Herbine For this reason we should be connected -
University of Florida: "Two milk goes right to the spot. It drive out by canals lakes and rivers CIGARETTES.IGGETr
cows, two brood sows, not less than the badly digested food and makes with the ocean on the east and the I*
75 purebred chickens one-half acre you feel l fine. Free, GOc. Sold by gulf on the west.
i fD. borne orchard, and five stand Uoberson's Pharma C' Wet could then send our friends to / & MYERS TOBACCO Co. I

1 i '' of beesi for every farm and rural the .east, west, or south anything; we ( I I I., jL
*f. : i : ome |n Flortjla.r Try a classified, in.' The Gazette, tf I'should produce at the lowest possi-

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\ \ r: Section 1. All ordinances or parts '

f CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS r LEGAL ,ADVERTISEMENTS .1'I and of ordlnanoos the ame are In ,conflict hereby herewith repealed. b )

Icee.d a first tim In open session

G F and by, unanimous consent1 placed upon *

GiBSONPRJIIERSELLS.} FOR SALE .' old' sluy-vvlwet. one dark blue oneda..k OTI'I. OP" t..IRFI! $All Mace In the vehicle so operated for II cairn It.and second rdlnt passed.and final pas
Russian hire, such card to be/burnished by thai
whi. hl* '.tuc Cu.February
&rfen. In Osceola Coun Clerk. : *y D.
BAltUALNS OF HAHU "' ,LVICLAKI collar CI" d.tachabl. the County--Court. City A
< new. Apply 4$-tf ty. Florida Osceola Hardware Cum' All ordinances or parts at'ordln.n i 11 M.

<;VIBV.FAI 1\f' front .tr..t >uny plaintiff, s'.. "VV, ce* In conflict herewith be,, and thesame 'I.. IRF.AKER'Atut :
county i
'. ( 'l"ac' Rogers, are hereby j .
road" 120 roOm join Lake TohopekaliKa. FOR 8ALHJ-One Imer.on "Spa.rl.r. rr'l.lor ce.part- repealed. n. '
some distance. Thi model three ners ( UrlClls & ) Rc-nd a first .amid second time In op nl.nERT.
efty consists of hlwh. pine land prop hitch Apply Vale) Qasetts. t defendants..suinpait djimaxesSIOO.OO. en session and passed by' unanimous (SISAL). 4.
; ( .' consent- this 10th
day of
Life Accident .hammock low hammock and aomeof January, A Aiiprovcd this tat day of February.
l. Fire and under n. .
NOTIC1C !I. hereby that 1921
tliu richest trucking and farming FOR SALIC. For Rc-nt. PurUI.hedItootna Ih'en A U., "
% land and No Trespass Cards, 10 and liy virtue of Kxeeutlon II M. RRRAKKR: 111. 4.
that will i.8CAfltf.
Fenced produce abundantly., cents each 'at The, Uaiettu office. ts.ued In the abovesiyl<>d causa, Infavor Atte.tI: Pr.... City .- ,
and cross-fenced six-loom .
Health Counci.
Plate Glass Liability house ] 49-tt of the. plaintiff timid agsiius. V the I Il. on.nBRT, lt Mayor.
: nc-i-dliiK 'repair atublus three
; City Clerk. ..
hearing date
flowing well. d'f'nd.nt. .bruary I.%IL Klllt VtlllTH-IMIIMAIIV .
bearing KLKC.TIVK.
; srovo; .
WANTED. 1th. I 'Jiiil by virtue o't.n order .
and Boiler Insurance.Legal est place for development In Flor- .
Approved this nth .
In the day
eriteiert styledrsUMit
aboy. January The
idi city executive
4 Price $? 2.5OU. Very easlust UI committee of the
kind ternls. in the 17th day V>f I'eh..ual' "white man's party" In
of FARMERS-Send today for a fr. ) the city of
Bonds Executed TIIIRTY-ACRlS bARR FRONT ta..11.d \ ; ample copy of the Florida farmerand U2. bat on Monday. '(' 7h. .'. ,- .J.. S. -CAIlcL.&t ., KI..lnm..o' hereby Pall' and provld.for

,,<.. (olloud-and) cultivated; splendid ."oekmln. published at Jack l 1121. durlntr th. legal % M.yor. "white mains" prlmRt. eleclloli -
five-room house with front porch; about livestock rals- ,"I. at th. city Dork at tinfoot to be held In the .. .. -
." of Avenue. InK m" ',; Klol. IN TIlE ( COURT OF1 T1IW:
Same Day Needed. racing lake; good barn and chicken ln r. dairying, poultry, citrus fruit Ida Kuby 1..1 VI NTI "ltCUr hOot, In compliance with the laws of
I will
ofTVr for sale, and sell tothe CIRCUIT ,
house; nfl" flowing well, can put and trucking, weekly at "."0 per OF THE tICJAL the Slate of Florida, said primary lo
hlKhtnt bidder for In hand IJTATK IN
water all. house three for 91.OO. Onlyllve.tock (I.h held durlnv hour fixed bv law
through ; extra year- year th<* follow IIIK desrrlbc-cl to- AND FOR 081101.A COUNTY., IN holding; t.
kood land: flno nshlnfc. boatlriir and and iceneral farming paperIn wit I'o.rl' CIIANCKRY, EMMA ROllKUH Com r"r'th. elections on "u.-
shouting In owned by a the state. Write today. day. March 5. 11121, for the
4>iu> Motor Narncil 'MCMquIpiMil -.. plainant. Versus: T R. llalev. et nl of eamll.lnlcs for nomlnat..n
OFFICE: State Baik Building Kansaa man who will sell at, a lull Itespnndents HIT. TO : city el'cllv"
ultli barfraln! and eAsy payment MATKRN1TY NURSE! want work. (hit I 'Kit OK election
lOiiKlncSiilcl :
ft.II.1:: hiii'hI
FORTY ACUKH I I S-4 miles t) No laundry work except conflnoment 1 OF FLORIDA said cIt of Klsslmmea
p limits; on hrlrk road fi-noed nn a uiiiili| hIflIr nailer sulilVtit or 1.1. KxHCMitlnit wIfe he ( nl Klrrlors;
20( acies cultl\atud.. Rhoda i1"ar", 14 orange street1031X. 1 UN thc |nupuit\ .r I h. ilercliilanls bo m.rrl'd Thomas R. 1111.I -y and Those and only those
water In .pasture fcood house ... . persons, shall
DR. R. J. DENNING !tnic some repaIr; chap nt 92500.Tlim _ _ 4 t--- I l Oils I In tin Kiliriiuiv* Hlm\4 .i.1 It mi-d" .-.ottoIatol Ha .. Iall..y. hi...* wife he :be W'II"n. I b,. permitted I i to vote at, or I I'arl..t.
IldB"n n. t
I "arrl..d manaKemont of
h. an
DENTIST ACRKS I 1-2 miles from general house work Apply I at "LofCHouso" IR KA HAIKU.An I U"BOI h. ..I..lon. who are white electors. who
he married .
: Ueorire Hudson .
.. HIii-illT of I isci'iila 'iiutity Kloildn. and his their to the
city limits on brick highway beautiful on gulf grounds or .phoneWANTKD I1-t If he bo ; Albert J. Unrd- .Ih.r..n. ,
wi. ..rrl.l and """ of the "white
land. fenced half 10-2t ,
Over the- Poatoffice. : h..II..hl. 27. and his wife he bo .
1 -. married.: .party In the city of Klsslmmee. who.
In cultivation .
close si
top ream.Oood
OFFICE: HOURS: 9. to is.30. to I. I n..b"'1(. fine I little I farm' tlliiio.Kasy I . AT ONCRSmall roltnire. orb O1'll1 '1'-" tlhl".lITUH! Ch..rl... n Love.of the and Kstate William of N Joseph. are by the laws of the city of Klsslm I
Residence Phone : iiayments.FLVK u,i go low /or summer, miitit ha\e ls Court of the 4 ,Mint* Jiiclirr. 4l.rrolausl R d..aa.d Charles n. 1.0.... before mee "', (electors 1J.: who have on or
<< iiid In enltlvalion bath be furnished must beteasniiablyprlced. February paid theirpoll
ACHKS Kood must (' Slat, of Klorlcls.In and William M Camhv. ... Trustee 1.21.
> .
174Office Phone 158 1 I f4>noed..; icoiid. .lrmw. ..11 I 1 juttoutside I Write to "llunfcalow. and as I under the last Will taxfor the ) .lr. I"lP! ) nnd I12O
who have
(city limits I I on. It od mad.tine ." care The lazctte 8-tf !i-i' Kslictiof'Hiiirv/ Fcrtli'. and ....( x..eulor.. tit R Tnntum. roiclsteri-d up t ,id i Inclu.l-
1 pf Joseph Inir March hi. 1 <'21. nnd who nledirn
for fruit and truck 97li(*. T.rte.TlN .
--- i Tu nil I I I'ic'illtirm I 1..1. < I lilMilliiltiMs I .Ici'i-iiMe.l.: Annie M -r and 1".1'h"ahnnd. themselves to abide
;: A('It l-:$ close to llt y limits "...", I I MISCELLANEOUS. 5 it ml I | '.'rtntM I I If she be married ; P"r..v K said bv the results of
,- le\el land IIy .clenred 9_0 Tier _ .1 hH'I.'It"H'"I' H'lmlry and vote forlhnnominees
tin I Taiilum and
--- -- I "'itili iiuitliiHt I 1.1,1 I Wife If he I married i thereof at the
H.IIpawihle II 1(1(1 prrar, with 7pen SECt IN I) HAND 0001 iS. bout iu, .nld Y..., mid fiich of MIU, ale hclpliynotllliil : Leon I T"nl"l and his wife. If election.
P. A. VANS AGNEW -, "1 I Interest on deferied payKIIJHT ,... .. liiIn' ,,, ,
I j ant repaired. The Casino H.t ami .Iul. lo |>tiftiiil iinflalniH : W Tantum and lluallfleatloas off ('..dl".'.-.
m..nlll. I am] ill ."a which I \ ou or 'her itutti,.mvii. If slit1,1' niarrl.-d ansi Those, and I .... shall
ATT4JRNKYATLAWIlKKICKS: Hl'NIiniCD' THIRTVF1VKCIIKS :! ALL KINDS OF I.WINI III ill Tinbroidery i-It )i.i- of \ '.u. IIIH\. |IH\I. aualiiHt ti' Viola It T"nlul nnd her husband. If be pemaltted 0,1) become. candidates-for 1'1'01'I

'II. .\ frontlMK on big lake finestfenced work i'a.i.I" at 3O2I estate I farm I in the countHO; ac, eHbeanltiK I I Sproulc1, ; a\cnue Pd its I a'I I 11-llx of .i sri-4lji 44iiinn.. Klcn Ills. to t Iii' and addresses are unknown YOIT who plcdue .. In
116 South Orange Avenue mtr(" (' lots of lilliehlmryicootl mule- of Haiti > and each of \
-- - ---- -- l NK in 4 ix 'tuor rslatc you are hereby commanded riling to abide I by the result
mules ami hotsis well I InirII.d ANY ( INK enioule' to Ilnml''I..hl"" wltliln) t oIICIN' I Hum tin- dati1ui..'- to appear In the ahi ,." entitledonu primary elections and 'r'\
C4ne let us show )'oil. I ,pnVBi-nifei. caJl ,. of (- on or h..ror. the .7th day of nominees thereof who au 11'01'1 0
Orlando. Florida I This Is n KI.,,,,11..* snap Ui-Bt of I I a\enue. for i Infoimallon II"I I.lx iMitnl >..<.i-inl. C. A 1> 1'lZtl! M..<-h. A. I). 1921. under' the laws of the State"I'of q"All.1

iiBiiiis for siici Itlelnic/: - --- J I I. ll\, I':lIMTlthlT.I TO The 'heirs law of John R Hudson and lilY of Kisslmmi to hold Florida oftlce. '
Home Address T\\ KNT1FIVK: HI'II.DINO I l.OT I I9'! 1 KxrtutiiiNOIKi di-eeased.; 'rh. deIsees. under the
: : ; ; ; LOST 1.1st nf Hers lie Klllrit.
., .
I nli-4-., loiiitlon for bull.limt 12'Mii of John II. .
-- Iludxon. diceamd
-- mimi Kuih h
Winter Florida \11 i.1..1' In the cllv of Kisslmmei )
Park - - -- -- --
'h. .. .I'"th .Hh. bnl.tme i>ni' )h' '
m tI tl i-i : \I'I'I.K'\TION KO1I TXI >1'1 rlalmlnir an lut. rest In theland iiualllled, to
I In said
to three ".,,,'" LOST 11'11"" Ick lmhr'a II ..11.1 I lii-relnafter I primary
KICINcitlii > ileseilbed under John '
shall ha\ "' t hi.rig lit
to site
- -- 1':1.\ 111'\1.1"> 4'<"iillllli \ > \ l ".....1 I ,," .. 1..w" ish ) In II..nli\ < hit-u", Thatliioiui H I HudRoii. d-ei- ..... or otherwlHiilalmlnir I .I..I.n prlmnrv for
1. \
"\ laz..t. .fl. .... Tax nn Int.-nut tli.-r.) In. ,. .
i TI -
-- - -- - "a"14. iMiirh.iHi .f < ini candidate I fiOne ma \ orclerk
: .: A."': HKMI'3. "1'11'1. 1'1'\' \I'H I" lhzkm I II I Itv IVi 111.I ." I. :. I'liiS( ami I IUH4. clatiil. 'hi-lis tit law of JoHi-ph R Thn''m. rtei.iiHul candidate fnr and tax

LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW | tit- : l.i\ ., .In IK-. \ ,II I I'i!11 IV. han The ilexlHieH I I.4illeft4ir.Hii I : .
I-'IVK-ROOM CoTTM'thr.e; ! hl..II.) .. ) 11"i tlfli'ill-H III iu\ .ll.' .. and.I't of .1 OKI nh R Tantum.unfpr', hl11. < rnnilldnte for ticaslirerThne
1..1..11 :
4 fiom liiiHlm-BH pail. of to\\n modiin 1",1.' )( '11.n fin I.x . .., to all psirlicisiltoiltr: an 1 Interest t.I.n tile ciiniltil.ites for of
nlii- 401111-1 I lalui. Lit OnlJ2IHI" i\' tassitIti I in ..1.1', "' \\ith lav* Said land hen.i InnTI.-r described' U', Joseph t.ltv ( for two \ pa m..m..rl

im favoialile' t. I ma i.f p..a" ::1 ANNOUNCEMENTS .1 ill I (Illi .il/H' iliilnaii III. 'lolli.\\lnu. di. It ."'I"m. deieasiil., or otherIBO Kle'nu".1" .. of executive i I

Warner Building. III II I Hltlllld,I hitisls| |.| I' Hllllatlll III I iKIMMll.l ,.lnll' an Interest her. In : ,and t.for one ear .._ corml.,
!KI\-ROOM TVMlTOHY I HorSKIlinil. ," I 1.1 I'M IsIs, i.a II AI.l, or 11.-rHoim ..I
_. _ _ __ 1 fiiuntx . i ;:; an Timeltr 4i.aitIyi.gEsuchi
.1,, Illllfuriiltnie I . :
--- n til itllllll 4li.ltl' POHBI " .. I III S till'1 ,. iMIlltl III 1-4] III Intiient HII'r I following I I di 'f- deslilnir. to have hIm
..'ooO oO""o"oo'ooo""i Two 1,11)1kM ftom i4iuit- < '," tllli.iitiNo i I'l'iJ; ', !. and l.ntH 17 lo 'land, -ii the la ml -.... In nanii. printed person on the primary election

hi.iiBe '.1.r>linSKVKNROOM' I !M tOIIAt 24 Ini IIIHI v tmltiaiid I I In iillllialikV.i the mil In this cnsito- Iall4it as a candidate for tiny city of
1 1 TW..HTf'H.111<1':. 'U I I'in4. 11. l I I. 1..I"I.II"I".," of wit < W H ) of the ficeshall lii.with the chairman of

M. TILLER Bli.-pliiK. pill ,'h. two BI-I ei ned ,...I'h., I the ., I I nf a liiue( niimIn Him UK I I. .1. .N. ". .. ""' Southwest hoarier < SW'') of the Mils ..nm"ll..n or h.fnr. 1'Vlirunrv
.. I two ln) I'I'.H.' IHIIIKImodi t nand .I.I.ln" . Noi'lhweHt (INW > of
K 'lt\
of m I In n liy anm.iime \.1,111"" lit I""nn.i < qu..r 4I S.cllon 22 I of candidacy amianpllcntlon
e will hullt.: hii U'giliIIIZI h'1 I a )camlldate I I offu-i. of Tin Hiiid land, .iuu HHHIMHIIll. !".mil. en I 4 I. Township Twenlv-rlve ;, lo nho :: his name so print

' Real lal.A955! I lug oiamces nice corner' 1'.1 of K iBBlinlili.e, .,ttuitJ.-h, to I the tI I, .- iif IHHII.IIIII. of HI.Ill/ ..Pt liii5l (2S) South Ranire Tw entnine' ((29). ill upon a blank be furnished bv
? t Bbaib940(111 KHBpa>'mentNIIW bite Man B : ,to lie held onMatih (' 14'. In I tin. naim. N.r Tn\lol and I Hal- 1'1n.1 containing) twenty ((2") nci es. till' chairman of this committee. anIiiccompanleil
sats.... : ; FIVK-ROOM HUNdAIXIW r., 1H2I 1''lma.I dislrito. thank, IIINf ltiln)' "I'nU-HH Hald i .-l, 11,iiIi.itlM HhallIte or I.-..., ,iill-r T R llnli-v and l>\' the amount of his assessment

tiiedtate noBSi-BBloli Ii ill- .ha.I.' "'I".j I i li'nils for I kind I suppoit, I I In the .-,1,ill.,"I aiicl.liim. to law. tax his wife If he be married : TlMimns H.111..v as specified' h.low. and no
Really Dought and sold. bearlnu fruits on brlcU" \ Ih.\ of and Sarah A Rallev his wife
'past anil .v much appti-i" 'iat.oui d.-iil \II Isxui- lIlt tin L'Mh ". : name of any such (:atlulillattshall l>.
Houses rented. hinisc moili-rn ICasv Ii'rms , \ wil and Innuem.e aualn' Mm. . l I. I I'lJIj \'llln" HlldBon ami his wife. If he hn I printed i upon or counted cir returned
riVK: 111':110.\1.1\\: ( I Ill lllE on, Clxibn.niie proinlslim. ..faithful sii\lee in ti,.. ilisiliarKe i. II.STKKIT: ". ; Joseph II. 1.101 ami Ills /If 'piliiti-4l upon, any such ballot, un-

Taxes paid and Titles verifi- miMlerii. laiue lot, irarim'eand of I Hi' duties of I Ih.I -i Iii... Cl.-lll ClKllit ( '."" I. < las ol.l I'.MHltN. wife.I I If he It.. m".. : <.orlC"- K less this provision ah..1 have been
I.I h. I Inini'oi'mi'ntH $4 21,11 II M. I'-I'M III.I lliidBon and hi. 'siittif be married compllc-d with.

ed for non-resideats. M'TIFl'lj: !SIX-ROOM modem i ot ---IlnK"H I.t''ul') ( Coin 1 S. all 11 .51 Albert J Oardner ansi hi. wife Korss of Ilallot.
( Bliinlni- piiiihiB latuelil I If h4be Charl.-B It. Ix ... and The In
hg.'I KOH MAI OH - --- ---- I.rrl..d. \ voting said primary elections
I Fire. Life and Accident In I 0" Miiin ..11'...-. lot runs backfloiilH 111 flfiult C'otitt r,1 tin Sielit \\llllani M Canlias Trustees' of the shall hit by first nnd S4>cond ..ho'r.

""..Ih.. i Ill I. ,'1 : fliiltH. irar- On behalf of '1' M Millph "- -i.nlli Clu lilt of tinSlat'- Kstate. i of Joseph R Taiilum.i il4-o4-BS- ballot In cMimpllance ii the provis
surance. nice ; ehian place, at onl9R"i'' \'. we lu-ii-b\ 1".1.hlH lanillila-, of) Klin iilu In and T..I i ,..,-olu diunlxIn 4 d : ('hn r"'a H Ix>re a IdV iiila m M ions of the state .primary laws, maul

Indemnity Bonds. T-rrna I If lietil ..ilToSTOIY ,.y for of.I the Cltnf, KlnHlmnu Chaniiiv In lln "..t.r..r tinpitfti.Jli ('a itiily. as Trustees" amid as Kxeciitorsunder the names of the I'auillilates for each
I SFKN, ItouM modern. .elTion of IMIiel: ) I. I I-..ill a fliiiliali *- the I"atVII I and Testament of office shall hi-, prlnleil on the ballot
liininlarui- 1.1. ....1'"".. fur twoars . h PKlMiKIO, : ;" .ToBi-ph It deci-ssed. A ,iniu- i In ml" 'hn".1. oral> .
I : i
( In IIIK (fi ,hcd on I the subject 1"\
S.. . t. .o.oo .*+.-.. .s. ... | t"I" itai M Tnntum
and her
<' on Churi stn-el 4-l4is4 II.lhtIr.hl.q he .. I that lie would mil announce And .(.* .1.\. thin inline roniltlKon ) husbaqd. If she hetilsi ('a.saa 01 H..ur..
_. ,and bllBlniBS. < h4-ap at945OII .1"1..0 I rrii-.l P 'rc..)' I. Tantum and bis The committee' shall
) ; as ., but ifilectid to l upon, |", < ""In. tn meet at 8
Ternih'l.ENII .. he could not. .nlId" I..SH than 'lllliiK of I of DM-) 11"1,1'' wife, If he be married : Leon n Tan (clock p. m. on the Blh clay of March.
J. STKEO 1< I) HoMK. suburban line si re Manli aniand I iii. t epiM'f ..f i*'.. ", tum and hi. wife. If he he "'1'1'1..1 121. In the Cltv Council chamber of

KRIBBS & STEED i-blilieri$ ranch mwly palnteil : \\_ billexe In nnoiiiicln Hiinoralile iipon 1ln I Ill-mill .tin.ii of and upon Iila W Tnntum and hi-r husband. l.hb city of Klsslmmee, and publicly
92(100(( T. M Slut lshi' for niavoi that' we tit) motion lot llnal .|...iiC. ailil! tinlnurt be married and Viola 1 4 Tn ft urn canvass the returns In accordance

AIor.y. and (...un.rl..irs Ml law 1'IVlA'RlS.: KKillT-ROO.M( HOI'SIC could. not .nn.u.1' mail for IM.itlK flllladx i iK..1 ,, til.pi .- 1 her husband. If she be married If 'with Ih. primary election law of Florida '-
I.a KI..I......-. Floridaprsirlle HIM' shade nil..... b.arliiic uio >- pun I thepoHltloii... litItti' that has sill calv ;4-llliHOK, nnv of the same be di-ceas4-d. or oUter- ., .." declare whatandialates have*
4- soft w a t..r splendid I property, east of ..I".. to Tin4'nuit 1 In-n-ln lonlliniH the npint 'sIttclaiming' an Interest In the abovedeBcrlbid bee n nominated for each office voted
G..r..1.. I. mil' Slate ..d front jiint nntslibiltv limits941X10 pion this dl. hlm."II'.r' of MmliiiKH of tin Spiital. Maiit.raiul 1",1' All of whose r..slrii>n- for, anti the .hnlrmal and secretaryof 4
.led Nlstr. ( u.r.. y. el-a .and nddiesses are unknown YOU this ,' ,
within two
( \\'e respect fully solicitoiir sup I tin (Nililt hilnu HatlHllcil IIH to days
:M.I. KINDS! Florida homes ami In- at th"> cnniiiiK fliitliinHIS" the ).. i-a a ml tiuallhi) iiiiiach of you are hereby commanded themeafteshall certify the names of
I .- \'est tnentsFOR poit / FHIIONDS llon .a..I; ..1 I.11111), to tale iliarn.of .' to appear' In the above entitled tlwse ciiiiillilates I r..lvh,1 i I the nomination

r J. W. THOMPSON 1\ :1.1'1': ltKl.'l', ('lhMl' -- --- an ---- April.' A. D 1921WITNKRS thoiltli-s of Klsslmmee. the
MAI lilt | y and to I..m" f ri e-ili ali-r I nomInees
SAt.EThr.liul e-i.r-d White 'Ul I!.r"'r..)' r-a pet-h the Honorable C O Andrews. of this party for the offices to

I...Khorn coi ken.Is. Fi.n In strain I \t thisolicltnt l4>n of m.inof mvfriends It in. coliBldi-l hiS I", 4ouil that Judge of the above (Court and be. voted for HI the general electionto
Funeral Director No bett.r I.. Inhad 92 511. each I hen-wlth piisint* m\ ito- lloeiiHi- to ta "ki.'"T'hai KI of und "".n. nn miamia.. C1..rk thereof and the be held March 16, 1BI1.Ammrmnntrmtn. .

Flub Lake Unite I-I.r..up & Fianl, < as a ,.ntthIlatiIon iionilna ill," for tlniiisllloii last. her own eHtati* and |>io| citand .,.al of said Coull Klsslmmee, Osceola . KlBBlmmee FlorMa I II 21FOR of of h'Cinnitiiie.aspi,- to Itei-omi- f i ....-ill.ali-r Inami it I iiii County. "Florida on the Slit. day For the purpose of defraying I the
[ ma\i I
of Deci mber. A I>. 1920CIRCUIT ..
-ri-ijy urantid to hhtatilh'siiit., lOthel primary election. IncliKlliiK -
f J.-ct to thediclHloti of (tin- V SAI.K Comfortable. lesldeme. In p.irticlpatlntc ( COURT SEAL 1 the payment of Inspectors and
LICENSEDAN -- In the white ,' on I. l-'Hir. and that aft.-l a ojiv of this
EMBALMER eltv with two lots hnruiiln willaciept Saturday. March fi. 1121 pilmarv For threesuccessUe dic-M-i' Bhnll have lic.-n piihlinhed in J I.. OVERSTRKKT. clerks printing 1 of b..lotll. etc. the
. Ford In tfood cnnilllioit, Inmirt teims I ha\e serveil the i tiniiiHiinit' a nil fur the tlim. 'pii-Hirll Ii- As Clerk of the above Court faill..wiiig .. .... '' levieduiraliist
pajment Sec J. Mil'hatti-r. P4ople of Klsslmmee in this sami* 1id fur the 1101)44) of a pplli atlon. Hhehe. KRIUHS & RTI "JD.ol..lorll candidates for tbcft

Store and Chapel Stewart Ave. Klsalmmce ll-tf ,iapacltand I fec-I. with mv frd-mls. and she IN ,r.-iy. autliorizi-d to for Complainant. 4-lSt \nrlous ofl'el be filled : '
-. -.- ---- --- takiihar..e of and ('ontrol h.T. estate.t Mavor dollars
I flll the with
KISSIMlII ";E. "' 1..01\1 DAJ tat can R"ln off. JSOTItK: TO ( 1IKI>1TOI(8 Clerk and Tax five doNInrs.
FOR SAI.K-Rubv giant p"pp.'rthatita 1 and satisfaction I ap- 0 ViP ii t tat and I lie conliac-ti-d with I CoI.ctor.
92 'per 10(10 Ready MarchI .pr'clatithe of mv .h.1 to .tie and be Nut-d. and to bind I herself I .
0. J. N. Parker. Ill Royal lIt rr-et. support II."'nd.MAY. In all r..el.. a. fully a. If shu !. fhc.f'ourt of 11-21X were' unrnarrl4-d. Osprola (-oU..J', Slate of "' Members City Counci. five dollars.

(: ; Dune and In 'at 1 ... .

BUCKMASTERKISSIMMEE'S FOR HAI R Forty acre of thai K....4Okeechobee KOIt otNrl.MAN Orlando, o.j..r'd' thll Clamh.rl day 1, To I re Kstate(Legatees N. R. Carson. The lolowlnK .Inspectors. and cleric

DR. county land. 910 per At the solicitation. of .om. of mvfriends of February A. t. ( 1 ...Al C"I'dlorH. . Dlstrlbu Claim are said primary to. conduct' th.

acre. I'..nlla. at, llaietto offloi' 11-tf I have decided ,' the 8- race for ( to the
'ounlman-lIuhj..l You. and each of you. are hereby Tom N. Clark. -
FOR N1\I.E-III. residence, corner of results of th. ,' to 1 required to any Clerk: A. K. Thomas 4
Churrh and Sproule. streets. Klsslm to be held on Saturday Mnrrh R. 1921I . 31'llIClAl.. CIFtCUIT demamis you orelohcr GEORGE W PERSONS
I at icstdemc. W S ajn heartily in favor of coisuttiolive. ofou.
mee Imiulre may have against the S-Ct. Chairman. 4
OH' THI-3 STATH < liC! Fl lltilt IN
Instead of dcstructl\e. administration (
I'ottei 11-at state of N R Carson late /
of the affairs of Klsslmmeeami .
of '. ..
OBceolaount to the un- NCCI-IC FOR I'VHI.ICATION.
\NCKItY Compluitiant
OSTEOPATHOFFICE Fol< SM.IChenii, one Hull foul In will appreciate the vote. uienme ( I '1 ..Whlt"'k. ft- rsiirrii-il Kxecutilx of saul estate, ,
good runnliiK oriler. or will trade . O WOODAI.L. al respondi-ntF V..r.l. BILL T) Q1JIKT TI- within two y.ais from the date hereof Hepartment of the Interior 'U. 8Ijiml .'
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for small Ford. one KOIII! ,piano, office at tlalnesvllle, Florida ,
'2"" one 1 Kood sewlllK iiiai.hine.91fi I vnn ('t)1'il.M TMK STATlIF' PIBIICATION. Dated ) ,- D.'ISZO.VVIl Kebruar)' 12. 1921 "H ,

AT RESIDENCE: also otliir fuiniture Wanted, < FI.oll'ATO. l., UARHoN. Noticis hereby given that James
: ti/N1
not Intel. than April 1. one housncloHi To the Citizens of Klsslmmec Thor, 3-3t Executrix. Yates of LokosaFlorida who on !
.... for Fullappieclatlve' of the ,imiiiv favors S. Held. hi. wife! Homer Homestead A
Corner of Clyde Avenue In. or I two oi "'1' rooms Charlea H. Cary andVm. : January 18, iSIS m..d. '
and wife I H Olckerson11tfc. shown m\self ami famiM sincemaklnic Ho"w'I SectionS
husband All of whose resideticiansi A"MIII"TIAT.O Entry No. 015746. for Ix>t 1 of
and Emmett Street our home w-lth .\'nl In Klsslm- ad..III..B ;. Township Range 14 E.. Tallahassee r
unknown You and each of 1..I. I R. I
ale youai
m. ". 1 offer to C4iun-
serve you a* .a curt< off .. Judge OscirnlaoiiBl has filed notice of
FOR HAI K--Slxteen-Hhot Marlin rifle cllman for the ensulnic term Hhntild hereby) eom".ld..d. to appear In <' ). State ., morlda.Hstiite Intention l..rldlan." Three-year Proof
.22 calibre-IOIIK ur short A bargain It please* ,"H t4> honor me with vourMites. the above entitled < .1. on .or '"for. to establish claim to the land aboveolasertlad.
thi7th day of March A. I) 1921
at ten dollars See It l lI H mcfforts will he devoted. to of Nettle Blake.ItY h..for. Clerk l
Inter- (I..ul Co"rt
TO: All parties claiming an
I DouKhton. 17 Mabbette St reel. KIsslnimee the betterment of our iommiinlt\ TIlE: JPIM1K OF! RAin COURT Klsslmniee Florida on
described land 2.h
it In the following
11-2tx A ROSEN i HrnlnnlnK feel. Kast of theSott \'s'het-ti. Evelyn, Hall has appUedto of Marcfr. 1D2IIlller. ) .'
72'i thin Court for Letters of Administration Claitnubit; witne.sea
names a. :
of B'.kV.) of
CITYMEATJARKET I FOR SAI.K-1919 1'01'01lr.. In good hw..1 Oi the estate of N..ll. lila ke. n. ('. of I.okosee. ...Iorlda
Adtlltlon to tinTown -
llenrv A. Mitthew'a
condition I I I Shine k ahs4iihers and I WILCOX FAMILY DRIVEN of Klaalmmee Cllv, I M..i-'iiB..d, late of said or U.- F. Put .11'11. of T.okosee. C'hrutnt
.starter HarKaln at 9300 Can be 'Iorld. \01., ( of Kenansvllle, Florida.
seen at Lupfer A Prattler's garage i FROM THEIR DAYTONA HOME run ih nee East 60 f'i-t. thenon North 1 ..... Are Therefore To rite and Tully ( uy. of Ht Cloud. Florida. ,
10-21 x 22H4 feet: thenceist' 122 H r..I ; admonish and slnirular the kindred T i KOBT. W. PAVIH T
.llniiciSouth "iS feetthenoe KaHt72H
.4 ;
the warning which they feet and thenoe South 1 ISO f..t to anil creditors of said del eased lo be I0-5tx V Rea-lster.
BOAT FOR SAI.K Almost new motor Ieedinj and appear before this Court oem or
hORI ; capacity 8 or 10 passe.n- in a mysterious letter tin- place: of benrlnnlnK All !lying Inanil before the 3il dav of II' -

germ: it- feet long; all cvpress lumber Thursday morning, signed "K. K.K4" IK-IIIK A a Mathin'H putt of llloolt. "W" of to aaldHinry the shill ill I.. objections. Inr..h.\ .. utI.
912B complete, or \.1"101 to the Kianttnir of I4etti of \itmniBtriitlon
Fresh Mea.t and ... 11'1..1 without motor for wil. that they were talking too Town of Klswllilltiee Clt\ 1"I"'I"n. under on sild 1 <.stale, otherwise' the- .
.1 (I Ri-Id and Kllrahith SKelil. .
much in connection
I ). Klsslmmee Park. SIr with the flames Hani.will be to Bald
1. IkCah. case, and that if did not beware Ills wife "u"'r ltsitnt'v. Hall or to ICr.I..1,' fit ... Evelyn or
they ao"e .r..on :
Charlen H. and \\ noawell. If
Cary m
VegetablesPhone SM..IO Fourteen shares of stock r H4II1SltniBS. DUVAL
-- pi
their homes :
!"I be blown Mr. of the be or
up nnv mime d..e.1 uU"r- '
the KlBBlminee Ice and Cold \\ mv nnme as Coiintv Juiltfo,
Storage ('t mH\, For I Infoimatlonapplv I and Mrs. J. L. Wilcox, of Daytona \In.. claiming. an Int.r'MI Ih'r.ln. .Ml of the, Coiintv) aforiBal4l thl. the this HOTIL

to R T Ilutlei. former mmaicer. I Beach announced today thai' They oflione tinkiioM ri-FlileiM-t-n n You nnd anil i-ncli nU4lr4HH4nare ofon dm ..f FeUljmr, A D 1">21 (.Bi ..lte .'0" '.
44 21 I Verona Sin-it. Klsslmnne'Blf placing sale all ( I SEAL) T i I. IHiMKR'l4t .
were on property I '' hi reby commandiil, 10 app4nr in Juifife i
.. owned at the beach by themselves I the nl"ov<> entltliil clinK. on ,,r hofor.. -- --- '-, -.----- -' JACKSONVILLE. '

FOR 8ALK--One Heis Electric and by Lavina aunt (tin4th iluv of April. A 1) '121 100 SO :
\V.I Mrs. l.ndrilk., i rr.VI-SS: tinllonoiabl.. (' An- A \ 0Inl'\\4'1 Rom Bat :
-- -- Plate 1'ractlcally AI.
new of Mr. Wilcox, and their''sJt.dire of tin* nl>o\e fNiurt. a ,,I : )
loon .
.. .
price. Apply .Valley Oaette All morirrii lHipra l Sit rvIrlrnbctnr
An (irilinanca.. AMrnd Si'-io.' .
lo"abl. 1 ('lrk nod tin
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING 7-1. property was disposed of, that they H."'ill name nf mild an Court at I..f... ...., Oai4oln -- Illlli0 of the Ordlnanei-'1.UU.." olrmtm bra. H..... nlth
intended to leave the beach and
Vo- ('nuny Florida on the Slat daxof AN ORDINNCKAn mat l.slh. HJUH with Unlit.V. per !
All Work Guaranteed __ FOR I-IAI"-.lolalo.r.rml,1 mnchlni'- lusia county their destination not I I lipi-ombi A I H 1 '420 drdliianie Idlallnir to tin- I'.." ry ; pi'I'M. .. I""I..r being made public at this time. (CiucuiT Cot' lt'I' SI-C \ 1.1 I \\' ami I Lights In the ('it V ofKlBBlniinee prr.O. 41\
one hecl.llnic-disc I (I 4ine SI.' _T I. OVIIUSTnrKT": Flit I.ha. and RiKUlatliiKtin H. JOM.ic.STOMACH. Maa.aer ,\.
A. YODER rtlUzer distributor Inquire at When Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox arose'Thursday An Clerk of t tin, sil-i, .urtKninns lnyna'ii. therefot. frill IToxid- -

upfir, & 1'rather garage. Uroad- morning they found a mysterious & STKIHS4illoltorn "; . ing tin. Methods of Furnishing suchater -_

j way. 5-1 note lying on their front for Complainant .-13'OIII'A'1 \\ and llnht to thi Citizensami :
S for t I-. ofVater and !
Phone 324 Kiuimmee Florida C..I.'OOI
FOR SAf-K-One Nash .0lln" caravid porch evidently placed there duringthe Itip -: 1tirht lulls

one H.iynes sevenpnssenfcertoiirlnK night The message read : I UK IT ORDMNKD' HY. THW ('()tTNC'IL 'J
'. Roth of I h.aa I bariraln MISERYMeadow
car OF TIn "ITo KI' :
lt.-ul.te tI.e
"Beware that Orilna.-- up.-
"It' the Chap st Thing I Ever prices. \V. B. Maklnson, ('\v. yqu and meddle .(Ion of IlaokM. Aulomol.ll-. or other H.-. tiuii Three of the Ordinance. '"

Bought" Write Mr.. J. Maaon,Va. some woman or you will get what vehicle.' 3cr ...._. .1' hire I. the Kntllled' "An Ordinance H.I"lno to W. Va.-"I had
1} Hames got. You are talking too 4 of Kl. lminrr.HF. . the) Use of Water ami the Crek
.-I paid SI' iSforfivc-c.Lcln ..of Rat-Snap and judir- FOR 8 A UK-Ponies. I-Iaddl. Horses much and know Take, adVice I I (City of Klsslrniie.Florida.' and ReKulatlnir bean sick : rear and h j .
( by the .Urge number" ol drud r.u weve' |Uck xl and mares. 950 up. See W E. Par- nothinR. IT HY TilE COUNCILfit : thil'n I \ merit therefor andrinvfdlnK doctored with
I reckon we've uvcd hundreds of dollar In mar foreman. New Kden Ianlatoll. or your wi blown up. -' ORJAII OF K1SHIM.MKICSictlon the Mithods Furnlahlnfi -'F different doc '
up. near Nareoot'eiFIn.., : (Signed) "K. K. K." | BIII-h Water add Lights ,"r the Citizens 1 erl u I
chuk.; ecu and I..d" Your ,iieUwiio'l 14*.* It. Thomas. Fla. 42-tf I All perilous ownlno public _ _ and none
IUU diy up uid Irave no ._11. .JSe;. OSc. HM.bold K..lmm. ", The message was written on plain lui<'k.. automohlli-a "I 'eI and' roO the. <'ollectlon of Water and
I hlil4for the truiiMportatlon, of IllIsiingirM. lKht Hills. be amended to read a. seemed to do me '
and umianteecl bjrK FOR SAI.K- Oood second-hand Ford whit paper, surmounted by skull ; or engaged In th4ootupatUm follow a' good. Anjr-

(' TIIAI. UKtin STORK cara. Sam Q Ragadale. Phone Zl.SI.I.. aTd Irosl-bonel. printed in lead pencil of traimporttnK .passt-ng.-rN for hire .H..I..n 1 A flat rate of fifteen -7 Q any ate seemed h

S. OSCKOI.A HARDWARE COMPANY and wrapped around a bundle of within the City of KI..lnm.,, shall ( ,1. < ) p.r-KI"wal for all ninetrie ( ) thD'
license tax of ) I>ol- .current bther purposes ile blo' me and
SAI.K. In 33 to 36-Kallnn barrels nine' switches,' about two feet jfllength.Daytona psiH .
are, pay.."Ie.n or before the lat with a minimum charge nf: (inS -a- causa great mis- :
absolutely pure cane syrup News. day of October In each year and nofractional liollnr per month, meters to be readmonthly. 4
Pat Johnston d P. GARRET Very One New cvpress barrelsReferences : Hot'nne shall be IsnuedSection except that all motors, er. and at NCb
any bank here Oet a Periodic Bilious Attack 2. No p..r..m shall charge heafer and stove, capacity of would t

C JOHNSTON & GARRETT.ATTORNEYSATYAW barrel real syrup and cut H C. I... a greater sum than Fifty cents ( 3000 watts per rW or h.o shall becharged _ .pella with mr ;
Only fIle for next fifteen days, f. o. for the transportation of a "... for electric at the j"\ heart and had

b Madison,' KlnKsbery. Madison. Persons subject to periodic bilious to or from any slnxle point wl.hll the 1'.1. of Eight Cents ( go) per K. W \ t

Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bal Florida. 10-4 attacks will observe that their appe- city limits: Provided howev.r. that Hour or a flat rate for motor of ft. ISper -: Jump up to ce
they may charge an equal sum for horse power per month and a my breath. I
tite fails
Building. FOR SALE:-Single Comb White Leu- them just before an attack. charge at the rate of One Dollar -
ea'h paSBenker so transported per Just Elvea -atiV of evctrgetUnf '
FLORIDA horn eggs; Farrl ZCO and 280-straln : That is, they do not really crave Section S: Any person violating month for each 100 Watt lIght for aU abut hop

KISSIMMBE. 92.K* for fifteen "lfgl. 911.SO per but eat because it is meal time: any of the above provisions IIhal. up- electric IlKhts on the outside of husl- ..n when I deide to try
100. Apply to A. n. .- too will on conviction, be punished fine ness houseother than llffht maintained Dr. Pleroe's Golden Hedlesfl Dlscoverr. -

dale AddItion I'oatofnce"t"tPI:4 tey eat only a light meal of not more than Ten ( $ oN) Dollarsor by the City. .hal be made; AfVW tb..ari kottto I
666 will break a Cold, Fever and KI..lmme. sad. fo mea then take two of Cham by of not more than such llfrht to be. not longer tIC
the attack be ten Im.rlllontn.nt than twelve hours out of twenty-four could see a .. la .yt so Vjt

;npp. quicker tkm aTtninf we FOR SALE-Horse. and Mule Inquire avoided. Tablet may 4. Al person op.alnJ at .ald rate The said change In I eotlae until I took atJ. te. ''S'kl
of J. M. Miller. ".tf. .
v..hl"e. .. above rates a. set forth herein shall takeeffect now am sound and weU.BEN .

P" pre Tisiuf paeruaoaia.f FOR SAX.E-Two boy' auR. 4-year. Subscribe; for The Valley Gurette. p"t rate a card In .hotlnl eonaplcuutui this transportation 1921. and apply aftei F"bru.r 1.. BOWLES. A drug&tsta."I

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/ I day. Mrs.' Nickles is A lister. of the.
,', bride.
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A combination weinerwurst roast' Day *
and marshmallow roast was held nt i Dollar
j the home' of "Mrs. J. II. Harris, KM
' -- Park street, on Tuesday evening";; !
1 honor cf the birthday anniversary
: . .;. I. BELOW TIlL M rll. J. II./ Upham, vof B6rlcout A 4
T1 = Kansas, who ia spending' / the winterin
: KIsKimmce. Among: those present
were Mr, and Mrs. Albert Upham 4
I lof" P"ovldc.'nC'II'-who.' also!' are spending .
; the winter here with Mr. ant 1

"l rSURfACE: I Mrs. Upham. SPECIALS


. t. J' :.,,,,,,, ... A SUPER PRODUCTION ON The PRESBYTERIAN Ohio Chili will LAWN I hoMI/ picin, I
r rJi' If
t. "' '' .m (the lawn of the l'reshytetion I,
I le 7 7l'
v:1 I" I
'hul'I'h1(1'( Wednesday from ten in
l'' ; ({'I WHAT HAPPENED: the mo 'ning till four in {he after *
t. nnon and it is expected: that Hi) : .
i.G : BELOW THE SURFACE Ohioans wJl; be. present and (hat
tft"r '
1 each, will lit in.. fiiemN--rpirarilli"--, ]
I .. pv'.I of any tale. line. Each. visitor i i" SATURDAY MONDAY J
,: : :'; A\l.\/-: vpcdi'd. <1 1 I., bring, a'so.' n properly ,
;N'Il.1NDINI'lIO'1'(1; : ;: (Hied! luivh-bii-kel' ' twgelher! wit 1.cups 1.I, ,
V I / and -pnons. Coffee will be seivrd ..
.t (;!\PIIY COM MINE; : TO M I \I IIII i ficiTh, '-ic' will )In* an cntertai! '.a-
'.. .1" c'nd."i'l. find tin elfoit
lilt' (
4 'I I illS A TIM'1.1' \\0\DEKrTL): ;. ; ( I 1,1'01-11111
wilt ho" iiiuli) to "haw 11 real Ohi'iiriM.d 26 28
February February
. L Li L-- ,7 1'110'1'0-1'1..>" l t illH'." I ,

t I NUPTIAI! fERKMONY: : ( :: '
i t '. I\TR: sE.\Mrr;: ;! : PIMtroRMED: : ON Tlli'URDAY

,\1 . .. r COM ED v On) tin' iif'i'incoii" of Tlni'sd-lv! This sale only lasts two days so be sure and attend

.. ... !IVhrunrv 17.I occurred the wcddintrof .
'" !; 't ,
(\ .. +. Criptnin :Sil.i Lnltn nnd Mins. Sad -
His i Last F False Step P ." Mc\1nmn., \ daughter, of Cuplnin! it Saturday or Monday.
f hc-'T;, I-CT flO'WORTH uv the : IN-nrv" Hrelman of :Mnltlx-ttp' "t"t.1,
: ,
\, t the rpicinoiiv being i performed. livElilrr
11'''T'S( , H IMCT niucliorv I: I H. II. BiiicK at ln-i icsidenc
tsLLVd rlf'RFIE'' !MVIIME; ; :: PRICKSr.NK.iir:: ; ; lint!h (riooni and bride. 111'.1] SPECIAL FOR THE FIRST I TEN CUSTOMERS SATURDAY MORNING

I'' ' ".i'. )' I. q'. 1 PI.1URC( l 111( (' & 20c I 17)0; X Vic,;; 'Known in tins city, I
t t. Th.' ceiemonva'< wilnesseii, 1 liv a We will. sell 10 yards of 27-inch Percale I for $1.011, (
J small and -,.1.'. I ,pia ty of friends of
I the emitrai tint/g couple' and wim followed
I I ) ,. l hy (In- serving of refiexhnxnlf -
t '' -; after which Captain and I < r EXTRA SPECIAL ANOTHER BIG SPECIAL a
!Mix.. . Lullu I took tlnir ienidrncc. < ::01
CASINO I Ilw Conner home uf I the hride., 10 pain Men's Soa Black and Brown for Women' $2.50' Middy Blouses for

'i $1.00 $1.00
< MRS VAN: /DU/OR) ; !
EN'IERT.MNS:: ; : (Ct'ESTS; |

, __ ,,10 Mrs it .congenial!I'.1.: Van patty Du/.er Thursday was ,hots nfteinonn. ,j' White Skirts, Trimmed with Large White BuUons-Think of It-For Only $1.00

when" !Mr.\ and l Alts., Ito ,
} 7 WALLACE\ REID Wetheil..'. !Mr.. arid !111 s. I. II. Weth-I I ..
tti, f pl'h1r": Sarah,, Cahoon. sister of .
!Mrs. Ira Wetheibee, and Walter I 8 YARDS OF UNBLEACHED MUSLIN FOR $$1.00
'f iN. . Wet herliee, came in from II Illillnl'- 'I,

Island to sjicnd thc day. Year ago This is the Grade that 40 Don'tget .
when the Van Du/ern) came to Osceolu Heavy was cents per yard.

county from Nebraska)' they deplored j it mixed with the Cheese Cloth. A Real Bargain.
EXCUSEMY ] the fait t that there! seemed to I
he no one !here from that I section of
the country; ]later on it was ascertained -
that the Wetheibces came '

, ; there f'10111 sprang that locality up a, fiiendnhip. Immediately which AMOSKEAG GINGHAMS, ALL THE NEW SHADES, COLORS GUARANTEED '

DUST has not grown the less as the years
: : :, passed. SPECIAL, FOUR YARDS FOR $1.00


I' "' 1 s' THIS ,PICTURE" WILL BE SURE: I delightful] and pleasing surprise!
. h. R'' t1 was given Miss Helen' Perdew onMonday I
: .' 'tk. f v j (evening: at her home, 21 This line is now complete. Owing to the fact that we have
. f' ':!' t/4 t DO NOT !MISS: IT. YOU WILL/l.Y ,
,. oC Beaumont avenue, by Mrs. J. :M.
tr ;v'c :',' SAY IT'S WONDERFUL. I Evans, and her Sunday school class so many different styles and prices it would take too much
u? .
., "' -each one of whom egtered the. space to list them all, so we are going to give $1.00 off on
.1, ,i r ADDED ATTRACTION home bearing: Home dainty and appropriate
i r I gift. There was, an hour each pair of Women's and Men's shoes Saturday and Mon
'of social intercourse find after
: "NONSENSE"I' I which the guests partook music of most day. This is a big saving. All shoes marked in plain figures; .

I'J' satisfactory luncheon served by Mrs. I'I' '
COMEDY Evans assisted by Mrs W. II. Don't Forget the Date and Place '
REID La Dresch. In addition to the honoree ,y
, i.;, 'EXCUSE MY DUST' MATINEE:' :: PRICES: :: NIGHT I and her mother and the two hostesses -

.J : A PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFT PICTURE 15c & 25c 23c;) & 35c I there were present Misses. Me-
, fl t dora Russell Marie Boyd Kathleen .
. I I Uearden !Milling Ayres Helen Reed '

_.-- m ___... .. .... Mrs. Williams Mrs. Knight and J. DOLLAR LIMIT STORE
11. Phipps. ;
. tain M. B. Clark of the 'United 4.
[ IN SOCIETY'S REALM ] States in army.every way.The affair was charming MISSOURI BRIDE'WELI..KNOWN HERE ..

Miss Lenore E. Van'Duzer., -
BISHOP MANN"IFRE? .daughter ofV.. P. Van Duzer of
.', 'All matter Intended for this department IN CITY NEXT TUESDAY I Vandalia Missouri and I I. Leroy G. W. PERSONS COMPANY, KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
,/ should be handed In ua early. Right Reverend Bishop' ( '"11'1'1 Bradford of Chillicothe: III"OUri.were ,
>I &injr. must Advance be nutheiillc notice of ('tlm.'f 'all Mann is expected: : in Kis immcc on married in Chillicothe at two- ,r __ u __ __ _.. ___ ___.. _.. "_ __ u __ _
"' I'hone 11, and ink for "Ro'I<'ly.* Tuesday and Hill l I.o present Ht themeeting I thiry Tuesday afternoon .February! .
't k> Kormn close itronpptly at ten o'clocK of Saint John t Guild; which :!2-.-Rev. Pogue, of the Methodist I .
each Friday mornlntr.oOo will convene at the residence of I church officiating. The bride-will be -
: -- Hon./ W. J. Sears, 404 Emmett remembered as having resided in Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sayre celebratehis Nickles with Ruth Helen Nickles as !said that he will never"be able to
. r PORCH PARTY WAS .street with Mrs. Sears a* hostess Kistiinimee for many years. She is fifth birthday anniversary. The the pretty flower girl. The groom play the violin again. Leon's musicis
I FINELY ENTERTAINED); Mrs. Mann will accompany her hus I granddaughter of Mrs "Frank J. Van rooms and the table were adorned was attended by his brother Fr..1PhipplI. his all. He becomes morose and _
x i Mrs. W. H. Upham charmingly band. The meeting will be called Duzer of :205! Beaumont avenue with hatchets cherries, and flags- as groomsman Intimate I I discouraged. Before the war he lii.ry? "
'r entertained other occupnnli of her r for three o'clock. south, and her circle of friends hereis all emblematical of Washington and friends of the contracting; couple, come engaged to Gina. Now lie .9jt" ,
i 1\ home at 104 Park street, on Friday very large. The groom is employed the entire affair was productive of Emory Akerman and Frank Reed, I wishes to release her from marrying
'., 11 evening ate porch party. Refreshments CAME TO KISSIMMEETO iq] the offices of the Burlington much pleasure] and many handsome acted as ushers. I him--a cripple. But in a very wonderful -
"i ::: of excellence--chief of which I ATTEND; EDDING railway at Chillicothe, as telegraph\ gifts, were received by the young The ring; ceremony was performedby way he is restored to full .\
::..$ ft wens elegant strawberries produced I Mr. and Mrs JI. A. Bishop an.11] operator. Following the weddingMr. host. In addition to the residents of I, Rev. W. II. Dresch pastor of the ( strength and, to the joy of his mother '
:; In Kissimmee-were served children i>f Tampa and Mrs George and Mrs. Bradford left for Kansas the pack there* were present Mr. and ;I bride and was remarkable for its and Gina; turns toward new conquests ;.
r" 1 ,' Nickles Miss Doris Nickles with City to spend their honeymoon. Mrs. Walter Shambaugh and mother, >imp-ressiveness!'! while charmingly | in !the realm of music.
. :t Y >SAINT CLOUD COUPLE I I little Themetra and Ruth Helen of Newark Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. propriate music was furnished by I ....
{c > DINE THEIR GUESTS Nickles of Tarpon Springs, arrived CHII.UREN'S PARTY Charles Reeb, of New York; Mrs. I Miss Russell and Mr. Rouse at the INDIANA VISITORS ARE '"
, .t Entertaining at dinner on Monday I in Kissimmee on Sunday to visit AT KISSIMMEE PARKAt George Rugg: Mr. and Mrs. E, E. piano and violin. Bride and groom/: PLEASED WITH KISSIMMEE -
". i at Hannymede Lodge were Mr. and I I their relatives Mrs. Perdew and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wright and daughter, Mary Virginia: ias'I the vows were taken stood beneath I II
',is' ),(rll. William H. Tunnicliffe, of Saint I Miss Helen l'dpw-lInd., ostensibly, Henry Sayre, at Kissimmc'c Park. who are spending the season at Kis- a magnificent.arch of pink and Mr. and Mr. Jerry Garrard, of "3
., I ; Cloud, who had as guestq: Mrs. J. I. I,to be present at the wedding of Miss Tuesday afternoon fifteen children simmee. white roses, and palms And ferns!'! Bluffton, Indiana after having seen .
Clark, Mrs. Jam ir"Kenyon, and Cap- I Perdew, which occurred on Wednes assisted. I little William Sayre son of profusely ornamented the chancel many portions of Florida] are makmg .tI t
,. e .. and the surroundings: It might: have
--- -- - ---- -- -"-" a two-weeks
--'''- -'- at the
stop Osceoltt it
TOOK SUNDAYAt been termed a rose ldinK--so )i
.i, Ib.\."_ Ib.. Ib..PII' Ib.. vA/ three o'clock Sunday afternoonat abundant was the display of that House--and are delighted with Klsi.- t
the Methodist church Rev. R. F. queen of flowers. ( simmee and what is to be found' i
b ) Hodn tt (oTliciating' occurred the I .The !bride. was sweetly attractive here. Several seasons have been
I spent by them at Saint I
a1 L. H. GEDGE M. wedding uniting E. C. Duzenberry garbed in a gown of white net witha !but Mr. Petersburg: ,
: DR. T. M. RIVERS. / STOUT and Miss Ethel Roberson daughter: white hat to match and carried |- Gnrrnrd declares that they
ut 1 Pr..iJenf Ca."ier i of AJr.( and Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, ofKissimmee. a shower bouquet of white roses will spend the next season in Kis-,
He is .
Pt The wedding was a surprise and orange blossoms; while her over
of the friends of thecont.ractinl roque which has attained a very .
to many honor maid wore a pink gown and '
I /: parties-although the hat, and carried an arm bouquet of implant! place] in the world o'f :
engagement had long: been announced. -1 pink roses. sports declares that if one or
Those present at the ceremonywere Shortly after the multitude of more courtshoud!, he made in this .
THE LOT THAT HAS NO RAILING Roscoe Rdberson brother of the 'congratulations' had been showered | city, and the furl properly! advertis- ,
u I bride, J. M. Gardner, grandfather of upon the couple following the ceremony -led there would be hundreds attractled -
There is in the Turkish lot which is said have. 1 I hc'rl'1: r. Gairard will, doubt ;
cemetery a to ant the bride. Mayor and Mrs. John S. Mr. and Mrs. Phipps left by no i
iron grate with a large gale and lock but no railing around it. Cadel !Mr. and !Mrs. W. L. Poulk, { automobile for a brief visit. to Tampa I take the initiative in the proposition.: .ry

The mere magnitude of a building affords to depositors no more Mr. and Mrs. R. 1L Brink, and Sheldon -, Tarpon Springs and other coast HEATER FIRES 'J
Johnson. I cities-but will be soon "at home"to ROOM
than the locked without that lot
protection gate a railing protects I
The bride is a native of Kassimmee their friends in Kissimmee. AT DAVIS '
3 from vandals. The strength of our Bank is not in bricks and stone and has a large: circle of friends who I i't

--but in the character of the men *vt i direct its affairs with a conservatism admire her excellent qualities and WONDERFUL "HUMORESQUE"COMING AI Hl: !> Tuesday evening an alarm "

1' that admits of no variation-a conservatism that is adhered has been member of the choir of TO CASINO called. the fire department to the .
a ? to for the absolute safety of everyone of its depositors great the Methodist church for a consider home of J. E. Davis, on Main street, ".
able time. The groom has been in ;..wlieie it was found that -tl
as well as small. the store sufficiently Fannie 11 urst.s most appealing] a )patent
rs' the employ-of Katz hentcm--used for the bath had burned i iI i.
C A ---Wholly irrespective of the size of their long' to prove his worth, and story "Humoresque has been transferred -I off its coils. and was filling the r -
to the and ,..i.
screen will be the
Mr. and Mrs. Duzenberry have goneto kitchen with
i flames
welcome and who and ,
deposit men women smoke. The
, we Avon Park, where Mr. Dusenberry feature attraction at the Casino next I I department .-
; seek a conservative Bank. Wednesday. The intensely human extinguished
will have charge of the branch of the flames and "
the Katz store, to make their home. atmosphere of the novel l is, said to The I heater which the danger.: ,'
Bank of Osceola County The best wishes of a host of friends have been incorporated into the picture names was a kerosene-burning started the affair *
with ; -
j .. accompany the newlyweds. The story singular centers: success.around Leon understand, and Mrs. Davis is at a loss to

Hours: 9 a. to 3 p. m. CHARMING WEDDING AT Kantor) a boy of the Ghetto, who have how the incident could
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH shows an intense love for music. Mr. Davia was at the \
R No prettier affair has marked the His mother! who has always wanteda camp.Mrs. When the fire broke out )

season than ther cyr nony at the musician-son i is, delighted. ; and on room Davis )promptly closed the .. :
with view y ,
1 Presbyterian church at .two o'clock his seventh birthday buys him a I flames from a to keeping the '"
I'', / Wednesday afternoon uniting in violin. Leon's playmate is pretty spreading and called the
The Bank With the department. She
Ability wedlock J, II. Phipp and Mils Helen Gina Ginnberg. Fifteen years later, express much 1
and Willingness to Strv DEPOSITS INSURED Perdew, and the edifice was overflowing Leon it a recognized genius., On the call pleasure the manner in whcih the < ;"
with friends of the couple. night of his triumph at a big concert The was answered. _. \
Upon the atm of her mother the given for his people of the Ghetto, room was badly damaged l
t" bride approached the altar attended he enlists. Leon returns from France the!' matter has been reported to a t {
,m h by her maid of honor, Miss Doris with a shattered shoulder and it is which of the insurance company In '. .
an ample policy was carried. '' '
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