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: March 4, 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: VID01001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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The Euslis high school quintet met The milk route. of M. O. Wells '
LUMBER PLANT WILL its Waterloo in basketball-as witnessed I' EXCELLENT PRIZES and of A. E. Smith are now out of FOR NO-FENCE LAW. J

by those who attended the business-the righs and interests

J: BE BEST IN FLORIDA game Friday on evening.the athletic. Thin 'was grounds the final last I Oiceola County Came Out'Well' Oa Smith to redouble her efforts towards &having: Company been, bought and the by entire Lee Roger service AND AGAINST TICKSOfficial 1

game In. the schedule and the Kis- Exhibits Displayed a( Recent Exposition perfection. will henceforth be 'conducted under
I) i -- simmee boys shower their superiority Held in Tampa The honey exhibit by the'c\ubdrew\ the title of the Sanitary Dairy Com 1
I a Gigantic Undertaking Clote to Kiwirnee by playing rings about their first prize for Roscoe Tyson; second pany. In place of the tremulous vehicles Tells of Old-Timci: Rec..... I
f hl! Ie Win Be Ready For Butine adversaries during the early part of I' for Alton Part in; third for Doyle that have been- distributing Ancient Act: Tell of 'Gnat
of Uavt The 1
Through the constant work apiary project is one
. the battle-the score of the home the lacteal fluid to the consumers ;
r Within Short Time many Harm Done
that Is By
Miss Albina Smith there have been strongly fostered by Miss
team being at the end of the first will be well-equipped automobiles -

7 A city of more than half a thousand half 14 to 6. There was so many county results which obtained arc but throughout the forerunners the that Smith-just every farm-home as the state shall(is have urging a especially fitted for the work, "Hell! Why ;should; I pay for the \
fouls called against the and effort will 1 be used
j l people, a lumber plant where will unnecessary few hives every give use of land when I t.. "
; Kissimmee forwards that at the of what is to Come! in the line of of 1 bees for the supply of i the entire people service which will\ your m. going
I, be turned into merchantable stock close. of the the making the support of the suburban honey for 'the table--even if the a graze my rattle on'them, whether I '

\\1';'h the cutting from some 43,000 acres, 22 to 19 against game the score visitors was; still only, home the better and the more successful. dustry shall not be taken up in'l encourage tofore dealers a larger have done clientage.well in Here-giving have your permission or not?" 1
,i bungalows of pretty construction there Mc Miss Smith' is a firm de- commercial purposes.There This, according to- Captain R. E. f
!4'''f for the use of the experts In their wan a victory. Bullock liever in eo.operation-ju..t as much was also a special prize the excellent service which; has Rose, veteran state chemist, who
$ Kay, and Graham were the individual! been tendered-but it is expectedthe t
'.lf t various departments, a huge water-, stars of the local players; but all l upon the farm as within the business at Tampa for citrus products-which | new will be in shape to recently visited Tampa, was the reply ,
plant that will serve the double purpose The has and administrative circles of the .cit. was awarded to Janet Bass. company of one of Florida's old-time cattle -
plays were good season improve along various lines and
of domestic; use and fire protection been successful the team feels ies; and while she sometimes is dismayed The Rabbit Club of this county i with ; men when the late Hamilton ;
and a large patronage under one 5
.( a modern electric plant furnishing II that thanks are due those lovers of at the task which this large cameout well on its displays. The management' it is probable the busi- Disston. head of the famous Disston' .

/ current for many purposes, dozens athletics who have contributed toward scope of territory displays to her, "Economy Cup," given by W: P. ness will be greatly extended and the project in the Kissimmee valley offered .t''
.. of nice cottages wherein will live I its and sometimes a bit discouraged because Morton, jr., of Jacksonville, to 1 be'j' take the cattle man the use of his
support.DEPARTMENT more rapid delivery will
t .. the colored people who may attend she views so many opportunities awarded to the club member producing "' .. place. lands for an infinitesimal rental in t
the neat little church to be soon I lying dormant she still continues tho most rabbit meat at the I' the shape of taxes amounting .to a

erected twenty-five miles of railway her work without relaxing any least expense, was won by Louis'iGuessaz few cents per acre annually. i i'
I constructed in manner equal to any STATE single plan or method. -'who won, also, the first on I SHOWING IN FILMS "And haMr. Disston stronglyprotested

Florida road!II' Through the efforts! of Miss Smith bin New Zealand Red and litter. In I ," said Captain Rose, who ,
And alL this at Campbell immediately I. there were forwarded to the exposition i- the same clqss"\ ofstock Thomas' was superintendent of the Disston l

I I' adjoining Kissimmee! ROADS TO HOLD NO recently held in Tampa several Palmer took second prize; while on I, SUPERIOR WAYS TO project/ "he would have gotten him- '
, Conditions the of the self into serious trouble had hefenced
at plant exhibits from Osceola county-and a doe of the same breed Stanley ; .
' ;i Candler I.umber Company are fast | ''leach, of the showings won a prize. Chapman took a third prize. I his lands at enormous expense \
taking form--both at the business i, MEET FOR A MONTH'I Such a result is seldom achieved. It There is being much done in Os- I IMPROVE BUSINESS the fence would have been cut j
f. ventre of the undertaking/ a half :. is well worthy of mention. Not ceola county to encourage the raising !for miles, and his employes 1.

flown miles away into the holdings many showjngs were sent, it is true; of labbits. As a source of food | -- would have been killed from ambush,
of the company and all the district. Contemplated Settion of State Road but the results are acting as an incentive they are inncl'Ius the meat is always -, Clever Performance Will Prove An his houses. burned and his cattle har- \

I' lying between these. two points. Under Department at Melbourne Will Bel for marked increase in the tender an dean be produced at'' Aid To All Establishments in Wayof rassed and bled to death, as was the \
the well-formed pVang of Dolph 1 time' to come. Results like these are a low price--while there: is but 4i | case with Mr. Hopkins now a rani'I It f
Walker, general manager of the Considerably Delayed (an incentive to the young people to minimum of trouble to. rare for the I A Better ServiceAnnouncement I I dent of Melbourne when he 4

t.; company, only the best of everything !liccotm1 the more proficient--an incentive st ck. Miss Smith is confident that ]I, 200,000 acres of his own property in ';
is entering into the construction of' With a view to co-operating with to join the rank and file of she will I succeed in her efforts along has been made byJ. Osceola and Brevard counties some h
each department of this vast enterprise i Melbourne in the urgmcnt that theState | the clubs-an incentive to Miss this line. D. Woodbeck secretary of the years ago. The same practice was .. i
it being the plan of the company > Road Department should hasten I ''Chamber' of Commerce, that he has tried in Polk county recently, but in >
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' to establish. a plant that a doz"B the work of completing/ the near ,[arranged to bring to Kiasimmee an'this instance the fencecutters, and
? ly-finished cross-state highway from BAND CONCERT POSTPONEDON TRANSPORTATION OF PUPILS :i.illustrated lecture retail merchan-1!
. < or a score of years from the time not the guards of the property, were r. '1'
the first stick of timber is sawed there {Melbourne to Kissimmec .1. I n. Wood- ACCOUNT OF DEATH NECESSITATES HEAVY BILLS ,dising. The lecture together with a' killed." ,

, will !IK- no noticed depreciation qf excellence beck of the Chamber of Commerce t i{',feature film, "Getting the Most Out "What do you think of the plan of '

,, It is with the purpose of wrote the state department for the The. concert which was scheduleVrto Few residents of the county realize of Retailing" will be given on Thurs the Florida No-Fence League to have J;

maintaining a permanent plant that purpose of securing accurate data have taken place on Sunday last the amount of money expended by day evening March 17, commencing the legislature submit the question 3
work done regarding the meeting. It was i, promptly at eight o'clock, in the of abolishing the tick-filled :
the initiatory 'is being was postponed on account of the the tax-payers for educational purposes. open ;,
with the greatest care. I deemed essential by Avery memberof death of one of the old. citizens, the \r'or transportation, alone for '(! high school auditorium. W. F. cattle range to a vote of the people j
Immediately: adjoining the olcl. Sin the Chamber of Commerce, as i demise[ occurring on the previous tfye pupiN of four schools it will be -- at the next general election' Cap- ':

geltary lumber mill the Ciindler. well as by everv citizen of Osceola j I evening. seen by the report published today r- 1 tain Rose was asked .t

I s Lumber Company owns one hundredand county, that a delegation froni Kis- I The program as given for that uf- that neatly $1400 were allowed at "Why, of course, I favor the plan "
thirty act Ps upon which there is "imim-e and from Saint Cloud be ,ifair will be rendered on the ark the February meeting of the school and the people should call for the ','

. being erected what is probably the present at the contemplated I session, !|Iby I Iused the Kissimmee Concert Band on I bonrd. The items follows: privilege/ of votina- on the question" '7

'; finest sawmill in the I state. It was nod that every. endeavor should! be ,next Sunday afternoon, commencing School No.1 _ __ h_ _ _ -$575'' was hm reply "The call for justice '
j planned to obtain the greatest efficiency to give the members a practicaldemonstration at four: o'clock! und is herewith !School':; ( No. :n. __ ._ ___ 7i! 43.m.AsA4; and progress should come, not only ?
. in output-for there is no of the condition of I reproduced: School No. 4----------------- 75 from those counties that are most '

"lost motion" in the handling of material the highway -which means so muchto MarchKleven: o'clock( Tovn. _ School No. Iii( _ _. <>70 active in developing: farms groves, 1.

,. from the time when every this county; and it was believedno 1 ) _ h . . . Winston truck gardens and hardsurfaced highways l
washed. stick is drawn to the IIUW'* mole opportune time would be ,! Overture--Poet and Peasant _Suppe Total ---------------$1395: but from other counties a* f
to the moment the finished product found than at the meeting at Mel- j Waltz:-Golden Showers _\Valdtpu.1I , well." t

..r i i" slid into the cars standing upon bourne. ISelectionTravnta I Ij I : .. Verdi 1 E. G. Vans Agnew, V. W. Edwards "What effect do range fires have eon
.... either side of the mill. There will j I The reply leceived in response to I Romance-Solo for trombone I nnd W. I.. Thorndyke, all of Tht Gazette land" Captain Rose was' the

o he a complete I system of fire protec- I 1 antici-pated-Its I j Bennett force, were visitorsto. Orlando asked. "
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lien about the entire place-a "IxI the I Istated I'raU'r Gilbert, soloist ''ami Winter Park Saturday evening, "One big fire," he said "will destroy rf,
inch well one hundred and ninety- that no immediate\ meeting |I Popular ,.Jinglesselected.Sunny \ i in attendance at the annual banquet the humus, the water-holding t
I three feet supplying elevated was to be hold, and that probably ''of of the soil so completely thai A
; deep un i South--Popular southern I'irs\ the force of the Sandspur, the sponge
r tank of 10,000-gallon() capacity, and thirty days would elapse before a II I Star Spangled Banner. publication of Rollins college. the land will be unfit' for cultivationfor ..
the utmost caution is being taken to regular) session was assembled. The several years. It would be hanosathli. .{:
have what one might term a "tireproof" wplv signified, however I that at "the 1 to estimate the loss Florida r.
1 mill. earliest: opportunity the matter of has sustained through fires ignited
Two huge Casey-Hedges boilers of I this cross-state rOAd" would be taken l BASK s free-range cattle men during the a

I \ nix hundred, strengthare \fp and considered. I past! forty :years." V.
already installed, and these will .When the date of meeting shall bo !. '. Captain Rose who has been actively -
1 be fed automatically direct from the made public there/ should be a strong SCHOOL DISTRICT MAKES DEMAND FQR interested in Florida's agricultural ,Ii

"hog" which' will '#rind 'the refuse delegation from this county that W. F. BRENNAN horticultural, truck-gardening

1 from the fcaws, and, as a consequence, would make arrangements, providedthe live stock: development since he came
It., ( J the fuel problem Is in this mannercleverly location shall be a convenient SHALL BE FORMED CAREFIJUDGMENTi!! Brennan, representative of the National to the 1881, and for twenty
solved. Rf'fuseIn excess' of point Tor' such an action, to be pressant. ', I years 'as state'chemist, stated am- '
' Cash Register Company of f
If any member of the board ,
demand will be burned in a could not
I fuel that Florida
: the
Need of School Can Be Strenuous Action Tk Voter Dayton Ohio will give the lecture. phatically
' ''t1' 'brick-enclosed pit, lying some distance lacks .Information regarding the I,con.ditlon Growing Among "come her own" on these line
'I I. away, The planing mill will of this highway: and is not Supplied Only by Formation of A Will Probably Be Noted Over Err; The lecture advertising deals.with to the the value merchant ofnewspapE'r until the free range and the Texas''
r be erected the' northern, portion conversant with the cost of completing fever tick abolished.
on District Embracing Kitsimmee tire City .f Kiuimmet tells him how to advertisements are -
be taken to prepare
it, steps should sup- f.
_ of the tract near the old Singeltary I "Since Louisiana the last state to .
and also
mill which is now largely disman- I ply the la'kinldetails./ Every man With the view of placing the Saturday promises to be a l lively methods explains accept Florida's tlcky cattle, baa ':
detail the best of window
tied, while the electric plant will be who can possibly attend the session : schools of Kissimmee and the schools day in Kissimmee, for it is then the barred them and since there is .. .'

."f nearer the mill, and not far 'from'should do so-and every man should, I tin other portions of the county voting force will be cot in full I selling,, and store business organization control.personal sale for tick-punctured hides, it
the brick boiler-house. The commissary add his influence and his argument ,which will\ come within the defining strength to select candidates for the seems to me that the cattle me* /I
. located directly on the Dixie :, toward the desired end. { lines "petitions for the formation ofa :several offices in the city which are I The film tells the story of and a merchant disheartened themseWes would head the progressive ':\;

f Highway was the first of the build- : PRINCESS WILL special tax school 'district which to be filled at the coming election. whys was discouraged he movement," he declared.
SYRIAN because was not successful. -
Contlnued on Page Seven) have been circulated for several Thus far there has been only the !:: ,'
I The shows the indifference -
' SPEAK IN KISSIMMEE days by If. N. Bratton have been best of feeling shown by the several ; story
of his clerk, his bad system, NEGLECTS'CITRUS
, : liberally signed by those who may candidates and all has been running I '
poorly arranged stock, 'and other FLORIDA
Residents of Kissimmee and Osce
Wioothly whether this
the after
BATHHOUSE BEGUN legally vote upon question very ;
of trouble. How he finally
ola will\ have an opportunityon I I causes
county the proper steps have been perfected. will be contirhted throughout Jthe
Sunday morning: next to hear an Divested of all legal language the campaign is pro matiral. There is 1 rose to success and prosperity

FOR WONDER WELL address given by a, princes of royal area that is proposed to be includedin keen rivalry in several quarters and through the film.modern methods is shownIn MARKET OFLARGE.METROPOLIS .:#

i i blood-an opportunity seldom extended this district has the north county no one has the temerity to assert -
ideas of importance to merchants -
and the visitor will again Many
; candidate has "cinch.
. line as its northern boundary com I that any a
and clerks will\ be brought
, on Tuesday evening upon a most mencing at the northeast corner of Much, of course will depend upon i
ON THE NEID FARMWork out. In all other communities whereit
The themes handled in
timely topic. section 25, on the range line between i the woman vote. Estimates have .
has been shown it has met great .
a manner that has won the approvalof 129 and :30, and runs west on that been made as regards the vote of ..
this country's greatest cities will I county line to Shingle/ Creek. Itth..n the men; no one says a great deal I enthusiasm. It is expected that every Toronto Canada, Cocsplaia Or'ar'Lack "
I II Being Carried On Erecting to the native land of the business man and clerk in Kis ;
pertain follows the contour of that upon the vote of the newlyenfranchised of Supply of Grapofrait Fron
First Hens For UM at Both lectures will be givenat t simmee will attend.A i..I
Bathing speaker. 1
stream south to the point where it sex. This is the first nrimary Grove of Snnny Florida {
' Th. Neid F_ the Baptist church; the Sunday (empties into Lake Tohopekaliga; in which women have participated film on community will Improvement .,
and an illustrated be other
morning service opening at the usual due east the lake and it he safely asserted that song
runs across takingin may are-
"""W have been for time hour and the Tuesday evening service I the islands; follows the shoreline I few of those! entitled to vote will remain -I features of the meeting. They will Canadians averse to partaking ';"
Matters quiet a commencing promptly .at eight be given before the business lecture. of grapefruit other than that produced ', ,
w north to the line between sections 36 absent from the polls. '"
at the farm of Charles Neid where- is enroute to There will be no charge made for in Florida-and the people
, <>n is to be found the well whosewaters speaker and 25 in township 25; again runs j I I' This will be a very important primary admission. there bemoaning the fact l'
Tampa-and it is merely through a !I are now
such wonderful easterly until the rangeline is struck, for Kissimmee. The selectionof
curative -- --
possess that there to be supply ,.r
fortuitous incident that Kissimmeo be seems no even
and then follows the rangeline northto well-qualified officials must ..
' :. powers-although the highway will be given this extreme pleasure. VESPER SERVICES AT at high rates. The Canadians are willing '-
the place of 1 beginning.This made if there is to be the
has been progress
that place kept warm
to 'I with the of CHURCH to "pav the prlee"-but the fruit '
Imbued atmosphere THE METHODIST
is should bomu..h
. who there at all area includes the countysnati which desired; and there
\ 1 by the visitors are of 'I the east feeling its ideals and aspirations -and at the present time Osceolais I thought given to the qualifications T must be Florida-nroduced. 1
of to quantities
times secure
, the There has been a delay I'I as only a native can, and said to be the only county 1n the of the several cauididatbs if The following/ program is to be The Toronto Globe the most im'portant. s
I !
in Canada said
like book I the his- church daily a t
knowing the Methodist
an excellent rendered at
arrival of the lumber ordered I II i open state wherein no special tax district improvement and growth ,
I Ili in the the first bathhouse-forty days tory of her Syria past and present, includes the countyseat. Consequently I conditions are to be brought Sunday evening, commencing at )I recent issue: :l
i\ l
I 1' Princess I I Rahme Haider, member of in the formation of this districtthe about. seven-thirty o'clock, under directionof There is verv little Florida
found for a lumberinvoice
being necessary
the market and
( (Continued on Page; Nix) voters will be but following theprecedent Miss- Anna D. Waterman: grapefruit on J
to make the trip from Plant .
; .. Prelude for this as much as $7 per caseis "
of all counties.
-, City to Kimm..e--four-hour jour- GEORGE TAYLOR ADDS progressive CONGRESSMAN CLARKI Bronson being asked. Porto Rican and'Cuban J.
';. : ney by automohile; but the order arrived And it may be remarked in speakingof I DEMOCRATIC LEADER Margaret grapefruit is much lower. "?
TO HIS CHAIN OF GROCERIESThe matters financial that Osceola I Invocation
and! has been ,
. on Monday carried Attention of of Florida v;
. DIES IN WASHINGTON O For A Closer Walk With shippers
county is one of the few in Hymn- "
has very
Work already
\t< commenced to the farm. the structure. "Bass Grocery," corner of Florida that has no outstanding I God _ _- _ ___ __. _. Foster grapefruit is called to this item. g i; '

A It has been upon question as to Vine and Brack ,streets, which has .school honda fact that proves the | Champ Clark died in Washington Soprano obligate- -Mrs. Alderman which gives indication that a good
Ii a I found in that Cana- *
-- would detract !, been conducted bMrs. Julia Bass, excellent financial standing of this on Tuesday, in his 71st year and Misses Warner and Waterman market may be
whether heating the water : I
; dian and if the marketin
j commenced business on Monday county. within two days of his retirementfrom Messrs. Tucker and Lee metropolis .
i' from its qualities and experiments -
'''t. have rare been conducted. It I morningunder the ownership of I The need of this special district is. the house of representatives after Glory to Thee, My God This Night that city is lacking in a supply it.

,l has been found that to boil the water George M. Taylor who is also owner great-and is so acknowledged by all [ a service of" 26 yean ___________ _________ _ Gounod : would logically follow that other j jcities _
but it will bear of the Palace Grocery in Kissimmee, who have studied the question. Un- Death was due to an attack of Miss. Waterman of the dominion were in a like ;
,4t killed its efficiency, p
of' branches at both Saint Cloud I of diseases predicament. Growers in Florida are .,
what he termed and less proper steps are immediatelytaken pleurisy and complication Sanctus .
I heating to may fact that there is 'u.. .
"tepid' and still retain its excellent and Haines City. The transfer was in this matter there is every incident to his advanced age. Benediction deploring/ the .
I A. As a result there will be concluded very quickly after negotiations probability that educational matters I j Up to ten days ago, however when Agbus Dei ( From Mease Solennelle) market for grapefruit, while sale thelimited )\ ,
qualities. offered for
, installed in the house so were commenced ,and there here will suffer! -for the present levy ''he developed a (cold Mr. Clark had Tenor solo--Mr. Tucker quantity :.r;
t. a heater to bathingin will be numerous changes and altera- is insufficient to properly conductthe i I shared actively proceedings of the I Chorus there is quickly disposed of at v, .w..rt
that those who are averse __ __ _ _ wholesale at seven dollar a case; '
tions made in the store as soon as schools. Nearly every county in house as democratic leader. Thou Knowest. Lord. _
: a the water it of the from temperature the ground car- possible.The the state is in a similar condition Immediately after the death of ___ __ __ Mrs. 'H. A. A. Beach and it aDD ars to the innocent bystander < :

I' r' rled as allowed comes to have a certain degree store will be in charge of and efforts wit! be made to secure relieving Mr. Clark was announced the house Quartet in Florida that someone t,
\to may be "Art" Taylor, who has been located legislation. put should such recessed for thirty minute Repres- Hymn-Thou Wilt Keep Him in sleening at the switch.
added. (
,'..4... of heat regarding the as manager of the Haines City es- relief be granted the returns wouldbe entative Rucker. democrat, Missouri, Perfect Peace. ___----Olie\ Speaks Will the Citrus Exchange explain / a

: Another has. been peculiarity noticed. Its evaporatlve tablishment. delayed too long; .to admit of IJIlmediate who made the announcement, said it Mr. Lee the lack of supply to the. northern
p.', water most unusual. help; whereas, it this special was Mr. Clark's wish, as expressed QuartetHear neighbors T + {
" "t ** qualities are where the Before the war Europe included district shall be put through at once through hill son, that there be no In- My Prayer_____ Mendelssohn 41
this the .
la case Klaimme .
A' ,Especially In''a wooden receptacle. 24 separate states; now it has 35. there will be a situation which will terruption of congress in iU closing Soprano solo-Miss Wagner J. F. Davis, who arrived In ia- .
; water Is held from GeorrU this week
J. Not aa quickly. a* doe gasoline or enable the requisite improvements to day well with this city that
t. U into wooden be made, and a complement of teachers Hymn ISO
?; of the intensively refined bi- so poured a common Carter has decided to become a' permanent -
ny ho
does the water bucket it will be gone over night. 'to be secured for the coming Goorg Champaign, Benediction
,,- of crude oil : of resident.. To pro his !Inten- r',
J'' if! but with great rapidity This has been the case in a number year. Illinois, who has been the guest PosUude the Mr*. FIo,'- >.
r: jct; r. with ordinary water. It of Instance The general sentiment is favora- Dwight Funk for several weeks, basbeen Margaret Bronaon Lions he .... purchased In Pinedale addi- r
It Is expected that bathing facilitieswiU ble towards this step-and the matter seriously ill with, appendicitisat TW J. Barnes place
to keepb
\ f tr been found necessary 2f in tion. The sate was made through ;
There general
receptacles closely be ready fpr the public within will be' before the county school the homer of Mr. and Mrs. C. U. are {
water in Realty Company.
the the McPbatter 'i
If next week. Funk. .States army.
) worked to preserve it. .If an inch Or th*'next'thirty: .days. board: a\ its meeting
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'' BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED for machine .would either be
FROM OVER THE STATE CAUSES MANY sorely neglected or would.Ie turned
A St REGRETS AGRICULTURAL POINTERS THE WATCHERt I over tb someone else; hence' the sittings -*

f fend : ure> of the ordinary size<< ..
A sale -of 2204 IT acre of has At the age of ,.seventytwo'yearsamuchbeloved I t line
( desiring to secure
taken place in Okeechobee Those
county. died
The buyers will establish a stock home on&hingle woman Cixekon Sunday at her, uv L. H. IYJL ON COUNTY. AUISNT: It used to, be mustard and jalap.::xtork'' should at once get in touch pi

stock ranch. February 27, and that locality 'as . How many" farmers have corn 1 and squills; ipecac, calomel] bitters! with Miss Smith-unless they know I j ,
'1 well as allportions' of the country planted or''' have the land ready tri.. and pills\ ; and 'the .g'od), old doctor! where they can pet thestock wanted..
r Captain James A, 'Pino was murdered where1 she wan known mourns the I plant corn not later than the mIddle'of with cheerful used to come see !The home\ demonstration agent advises "r
last Saturday clone tq his Mi- dcmtae of Mrs. Margaret Ann Bron- March. ? Corn I la an excellent us once in awhile. .But now when the/ poultiy-owncrs that the ;
/ IIdll I .home, and the work is thought ; with 1 best breeds\ of fowls for this section 't'
snn. Her health has gradually/ faild staple crop that every farmer .should our "innards" behave suspicion e.
to be a result of "a secret war be during the past .few months-yet '| (grow where stock in fed.- Four hundred we consult at once a "dietitian.After of the state are Rhode Island Reds, q
twccn bootleggers.The murdered Mho VVHH active to within a few days pounds of commercial fertilizer II Plymouth Hocks, arid Wyandottes. 't:,,1
man' was a brother of Fred A. Tina, of 'her death. Funeral services were now, with barnyard manure broadcast eight yearn: in the pres'ldential .
prosecuting attorney of (Iad i county office, Woodrow Wilson becomes
condoned the following afternoon over the field, will increase theyield ,
I i What is thought to be the largest from, the church) at Shingle Creek by materially, which may be followed a piivate citizen train today. I 'I
I skunk ever seen in Florida WHS kill- Rev It. F. lloclneU, and the remains when the corn silks with 150 }Jlis has been a strenuous term of
were placed In the cemetery at that pounds of nitrate of soda. Well office and hu has been the leading ,
oil Fort Myers last week. The
animal in was thirty-two inches in ,plait beside, those of her husband /prepared soil has a great deal to do spirit in thc making! of recent his I LUCKYSTRIKE a
who died November:. 6 with tory. Posterity will regard his ad-
Three months the I 1(10.Mr.s. !( making a heavy yield. Providefor
f ago assertion
"BULL'9 good drainage, and do not be ministration as epochal/ lie lays '
to site would have been I /
as : :\ . HioiiRon down today '
was n native of afraid, to cultivate too the burdens of government -
inrnrrretbut there have been dupnrlurcH Smith It; '<>! /gin, but wh'nI ch'ldIn \ I Inuerd 1 The trouble with Rome farmers in and retires to private life in his' : ,
since the
1 present governor | Su wa n nee county, glowing corn or other clean cultivated newly acquired home in Washington.
I was inaugurated lust .lanulII )'. |I with, I I. >, In 1g1; It is he will devote his
DURHAM r ,piiii'iitv.: ("! "''It''a" 1 crops, is the )Jack of cultivation said that ,
I Deputy-sheriff) George; 1 Dynl. o'f miirried to ( ,'orK"V.. Hronson, tlfIII'uclf".1 and 1 in laying the crops by too early. time to the congenial occupation) of
Ifuwtho, 111'. shot and killed, A tobacco makes 50 (iy 1I0OSI."I" county settling. lit his, that our \literature be in-
be may
Suns, one of three men endeavoring county\ guilty of pulling fodder, retteIfstoasted -
flood cigarettes for In make a getaway. The trio broke' ShingliOeik, where she hn" since that i is, stripping the leaves from riched by the \products. of iris mind ciga -
jail III :Million\ county, anil was IKMTIVarrested i1 uli-il.: I'iv'chjldrrn wore born toI from the stalks for forage. You not and pen. I II
I !he couple,, : .Inmes I II.. John I K. ,\ I I
IOc I l by I tin- .deputy. TJie other: only rob the soil of what should' beturned and,
lour N., Kmma :Mrs.\ The Watcher is not a preacher j
( now liarton
their, I ; back!,
two made I cM-api, to form humus for the '
I i>f (Irlando ), alld| George ('. ; all --- next but lessen the
0 crop' you yieldof I .
.r7 :c I The Southcin. ('iub hotel atlhooksulle 'i whom were pr""nl..t I the funeral I corn, in I that the fodder is pulled a clown. He has recently quoted
:.' was destroyed l by lilt1, l The Imee ntteniltini III l the lin.ileivirpw \ before the corn I is well matured. from the scripture several warnings ,
I'Sunday' morning. The loss i i. e.ti: ulnil\ l Hue Ix'.nul.iful rind luiniriutjs You still put off ordering the Up- against the prevalent sin of profanity. .
Imlll.,1' insurance fl j[ ill $1 l."ioon, with an land rice seed and to "
FIND IN KISSIMMEE : of Ilic high "ret-poct and love you expect which is found in Jami-s' 5:12:J an.11relldK I
1of nearly $7.0110. posne-v. plant, this spring I will gladly ordersame 11111 I'
ed for the , as follows: "But above
THINGS' deceasedlio nlwav:
; 'alch' i for and will aid in obtaining -
- your children for symptom i! .c'lo elv' adhered to the.tenets I l of (the ,bond you seed at the lowest you things, my brethren, swear not, .
f :Sir. alld1.:\ rs. W. l II Woods; of of ant 111" 'l'lu,v undermine" I the health 1',illlill\'a Hapti fail h. Her life, One) half 1 bushel will plant one acre neither by heaven, neither by" earth '
and,, bleed. sickness. ll. White's, has Is, mirked I neither by any other a+Ih. It i i-
1'oit I Dodge! Iowa, I and1.:\Ir. ami Mrs c en e-ver hv her servircfur where drilled 1 in two foot drills
C. M. !Means, of/ (Cibsoii; city, Illinois I' (Cream Vermifuee., I It cxpclls l worms others, ; she has biro "trran'mit", When you spray for citrus scab, hard to see how a man can ;preserve,
: lire spending, Ifew weeks in 1 Kismminec and re--tore health and, vigor. fries, to countless boys, and (SII.J"'h" have mehinoM1. and, rustmite, add one his self-respect, while he is continually -
: -tins, being their! first trip 10''' ::1.Sold by Robei'son's. I I'liui r mac) .* trioun, iiioiv and, mote' iniprvs.olltll l half-pint black leaf, 40, to the limesiilphur dragging the name of the Cieato'
mire of his lit
:Florida for Mr. Woods. TIH'1, -- -- I! \\ her as. the yetirs tUl""oa: : solution 1-10 to control through the every ,

n+xIn.h.,. of the party haveisitcd, (QUOTATION FROM BIBLE loving mother a devoted, wife, and a Ihii|".- which may do much damageto anger.A .
i Florida previouslyusually l making ,! IN OF ATHLETICS neighborly/ neighbor Moic need nit t the the bloom
SUPPORT find young growth. in Pittsburgh.t Pennsylvania. ;LL t
man ;
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"This : written. Her loss will! I _"
Orl.mdo. IKdeej.H
(heir) stay at I is certainlv I I Spiny with I this right in the bloomlot' was convicted of stejiling' and! .
beautiful in which II | felt\ rued her a resencesadly" misr- d!
a place 10''I .A lighting chaplain quoted scripture best, I "Rult$. sentenced as a common thief. A -
spend,, the winter season," said Mr.Woods . to the members of the !Missouri' j' Card -of Thanks '|: I am a bit disappointed in My club surgeon of that city assured the
"and your ,people 1 .tell me it : legislature,, in behalf of a boxing 'bill I Iwhiih mi-mbers, in that some of you boys judge that the mali stole I because

i is just us nice in summer. I find the, American I 1/egion is I pushing '| To l those whose' good! offices made,' have not shown the proper: interest there was an abnormal pressuie, on
i also, that the price of living! is lower in I that state.I The uolati ion started i.ii mm 'MM mm, ,
I <| the more ,pleasant the" declining! than in most localities in Florida \ which was made by Rev. Karl: A. I' of the late :Mrv\ Margaret, Ann Rron I know you want to do 10011'ork and operation. The judge gave: his consent I
I while the environments are just as A. Hluckinun, is from I'aul 11th" son; to those. who tendered l ,kindlxsj'mpathieH ., Jute it hard, to start, so' I suggest you and the surgeon the"' 1 the necessary
i attractive; and there i is every lieliefin ninth chapter of Corinthians. 1 It is: ; to t those whose tributes iii uri me a card, stating what the work, relieved the l pressure and! 11t
my mind that Kissimmee and Useeola ''"I 1 am a boxer and I hit hard and I I f. flowers indicated their esteem for. trouble is, and I will be glad to assist set the prisoner free All would! havebeen Casino Theatre-
county are fast /getting on the straight' and not as one who beats .
her who is now no more; to all r.f''' you. well if the story had endedhere ,
map. It is. probable that these Vi"i-\\, I the air, but I buffet my body." | these and to all who K'III"' coin\ 'i I (:cull your attention to the county ,_ but the thief was. aiain( brought:
tore will make investments --- --- I fort do we I'XP"'". our thanks 'i fair we expect to hold next winter. before the same judge for stealingan / ,
Snhw-iho for The Valley] Gazette.
Kissimmee. MARCH 1
leaving __ _ I fill: .FAMILY i( .so you may keep it in mind and! beireiidv overcoat; this time he got a sentence i
- I II to do your bit Each commun- that stuck. There i isn't a bit

I 'I I DEATH OF R. T. BUTLER: iity, will have: a booth, and prices will of doubt that thieving propensities, i J

1 FUNERAL OCCURRED MONDAY i be awarded for the best community can be cured by surgery ; but the Gyai ". . '
display. /Plan now what we can expert doctor made the mistake, of op..ral'inr / 1 I
1 from your farm, and! don't wait too high If he had l made a
.. K. T Hutler. 011<: of I the older residents / up. .
: ..h of Kissimmee. died suddenly too late to make needed preparations. clean cut incision. a little one side of I

I Saturday evening at his home at 21 Notify your county agent what the Adam's apple the patient would I i ....rI".

i Verona street. Funeral services were, you will produce. never have stolen again! ; or a transverse : @arumoonlr..ure
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held on :Monday from tho residence. I /gash across the trachea would :
Hev. W. II. Coleman in charge, under Old folks Made New have been just as efficient. But to /s f f % }-

I the auspices of the Knights of | operate on his head! Aw, shucks, i \ : / .
I'ythias. and interment was made at that won't cure a man of stealing!
Uo...- Hill cemetery. I "It is now five months since I took -----

t I I H. T. Hull'r'a a native of ''a course_ of your medicin, for gas POULTRY CLUB MEMBERS

Hlakely.! ; Georgia; where he was horn and stomach trouble and I am feeling MAY GET GOOD SITTINGS
.1 I March, t7. 18.;.i!I. and came to this city entirely i well. My friends all tell liss
t t'q 'December) I 18, 188!! and wim married; me I am looking twenty years Albina Smith, home demonstration Yl ..
ti on .February ft, 8ti] !):!, to \Irlf. )Lydia i younger anti certainly fee;,) as they agent: is securing sittings of
i P. Bass.. A residence of thirty-siv bay. I am recommcbidmg Mayr'sWonderful pure-bred eggs for such members of
veers here gave him acquaintances Remedy to all ailing with the poultry club as may place orders
throughout the entire 'o\.Jnty-nn,1, stomach and! liver trouble." It is. a with her. The use of incubators ,11 I
his occupying the post of chairmanof simple, harmless preparation that not )being encouraged among the
; I I the hoard of county commissioner1"for lemoves' the catarrhal l mucus from boy and girl members, in school duties
Warm Up With three successive terms, followedby the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation take the children from home so \
s his filling the position of assessor which causes practically I I much that the work of properly car- I 1
( 'all stomach, liver and intestinal' ailments 4
for two terms enlarged still more : ) --1
:' : the Right StovesEQUIP his list of friends. I" including appendicitis. One I' .,
For eight Mr. Butler dose will convince or money refunded. '
years was
"., president of the Kissimmee Ice and, 1. 7. Roberson and druggists 4

:3 '1'' your home for warmth dryness Cold Storage Company and, everywhere. BASSCONSTRUCTION

4 I.. cheer, in spite of the fall chill and plant ing changes, he was in,made the manager.For directory. fOlloW-I. RESOLUTIONS ON DEATHOF t

fI drizzly days. some time he has been suffering E. FRANK COLLIER COMPANYPHONE .
from complaints of a serious St
i .: Our Stoves and Heaters are up to'date in nature-and (but '8' few months ago Whereas: The Almighty Father In ,

i i 1 every way-made for cleanliness, good entered the hospital at Orlando, his infinite wisdom and goodness N5
where 'i'has .... fit 117 *
an operation was performed. to call from labor to reIfreshnient -
1'1'' appearance, .proper combustion and for i From this he never 'o\'I't''d--'t I II. I I our respected Brother E. I V ', K.

: giving most heat with least fuel. I I-.1 insisted! upon being about. 'On ,i Frank Collier to join in that Celestial PracticalContractors %r -I- -
: I the afternoon of the day of hi* Abode from which no traveler ever .

See our special display this week of these: death he was upon the streets. and (I j'returns, andWhereas m and Builders FAMOUS PUC'fEIlS-LASKY C'ORPORA1"I.
modern Stoves and Heaters. transacted, !business, and his death I I : Our deceased! Brother
occurred 1 shortly after retiring || has been a true and faithful Brother,
.t He was of the Baotist fiuth-but, a worthy member of Society and a of I
f I because of his friendly relations with patriotic Citizen, 7 GeI.I.
HARDWARE COMPANY I Rev. W II. Coleman he had determined I j I j Therefore: Be it resolved) by Or-
that the pastor should per tinge Blossom Lodge No. 80, F. & A.
KISSIMMEE, FLA. form the last. rites over his It'mainM.1|| M., that while bowing to the Divine SexRobert'
i t Mr. Butler was a member of the Deeree of the Grand Master of the WOOD, BRICK STONE, STEEL, listless
; sr Woodmen of the World and was an ''Universe, we tender to the widow and STUCCO
'THC 'WNCST STORE ardent Knight of Pythias -which order family of our departed Brother our $ .
conducted the funeral services i sincere sympathy and tenderest 'love;
?; ''j'jL r -=1 The floral tributes sent to the home and! be it furtherItesolved Palatine, Tinting, Paper-Hanging -W ChambersMAEIONDAVIES

were very numerous and! Ix'iiiitiful !t : That we feel that in the with
c --- -_- indicating the esteem in which the departure of our Brother the Masonic Everything in the Building Line

deceased was held. | Fraternity has suffered a great 1 less ,
The pall-bearer were Brother ,, and the community a good and upright -
Knights of the deceased. : I.. R. Farmer | citizen; and be it further N. F. BASS JACK BASS

K. I,. Fennell!, I L. II. ]Ingram, J.I I Resolved! : That a copy of these resolutions 322 Royal St. 515 Sproule Ave.
c Children May Share \ W. Miller, C. F. Tyson, and G.: be mailed to the family of II I IMIM' HIM mm I.'I'
Woodnll. B.I I our deceased Brother, a copy to be *
'! _______ spread upon the minutes of the

the health drink Card of Thanks I Lodge, and a copy handed to the 4004600 o --
local paper for publication.J. t *o
We wish to I thanks to
express our E. LUPFER.
all who were so extremely kind and .F. C. BRYAN.J .
INSTANT POSTUM thoughtful to us during our recent M. HANSEL.
't bereavementf; \ > the band for its {Committee on Resolutions. R. S.
tribute of postponement; to the FLOYDI
Pythian Sisters, the W.oodmen of the .
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This pure cereal beverage is made World and the Knights of Pythias; I II I
and to all who in any way extended, I DISTANCES: FROM KISSIMMKE I II
of prime wheat bran and molasses.I I North Auto I II
10: us words or acts of condolence.Mrs. Going by \
( R. T. Butler and Family. I Miles Groceries and

I Satisfying.pleasing.and in To Orlando nh_ __ ___ n 18' 'I .
nothing I To Winter Park __ _ 23 I : i
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it to do harm. UNION CENTER NOTES (I To Sanford __nh_ _ n.n 42 '

To Del.and __ _- _ _. nu /2.; Fresh
i Instant Postum has ricKcoffee- i I To Daytona n u__u__ _ _ Hfi' I Ii Meats
a Mrs. James Nash, of Okcerhobee, i To Saint Au ustine--------- '

like flavor. \is. the guest of her parents-Mr. and To Jacksonville -_ _n _ _ __ 200 II ITo i iI
i Mrs G. B. Lawson. I !Mount Dora--n _ -_ u 46 I II II II
Mrs. T. II. who has been 'ITo
Thomas I To Kustis'r 2 ,
L/ ,. It is economical and convenient seriously ill, is slowly convalescing.John Ocala _ __ _- ____ -- ___ 107 I II We are specialising' now on I,
] Barber and Gabe White, of To lainesvillc _nUn ___ 152 i ii
Saint Cloud spent Sunday in this i i iDISTANCES Celebrated Gardner Cakes ;
Postum comes in two forms- neighborhood.George I : ; FROM I KISSIMMEEGoing j! \
(*> Overstreet of Kissimmee, ; South by Auto 1 1I II which, have reduced in price from 50c to 40c, but : : A
Postum Cereal (in packages) is made has been looking after the orunge- I Mile I
a, full picking in the Phillips grove. To Haines; City------------- 22 I II II slill retain the high quality which has made them P

ft'',I by boiling a twenty minutes. John Wilder, of Kisaimmee, Was I To lakeland .._nu_ ____ ___ 471 I II II famous. They in I
visiting his family here on Monday. I To Tampa _ ____uu__ ___ 79 | come a good assortment. .
t Instant Postum (in tins) made in ('. L. Clough, of Oklahoma, has To Clearwdter 111 '

stantly in the cup by the addition been t inspecting his holdings here I To Saint 'etereburg--- 136: I II

W. J. Barber has disposed of his I To Bartow __._____uu___ 46I PHONE 178
tP + of hot water.'tThere3 orange crop. I To Ajrcadia ____u_______ ___ a7 302 BROADWAY .'
Mrs.. Myers, of Boggy Creek, is I To Fqrt Myers ___________-_ 160I
P l:) visiting in this neighborhood. I To Palm Beach, via Dayton 286I .'
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3 easo73 I To Miami _____________u__ 366 .o..t. .... . ...... . .. .... i
Think three times befere you I I - .

F$ ; Sold by grocers everywhere speak a, chance and then to make give a the fool other of him-fellow BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES order >-vertui2er wlLhout'- ."6- r

national debt of
self. Iceland a 1'
Hade ftwtum Cereal CoIncBattle 500000. PROMPT 0)0')
by Credc.Midi. ALS.
the had been in I IPMENT. Order now, Fertilizei'll '
If war not won Sprayers J.>> uJtry Insecticides, 1
rr 1918, what would have been your income England has organized a museum \ SlP8 .
tax for 1920 ? Pay it with in which will be displayed models of PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. *, ;
thankfulness. famous and historic aircraft. JACKSONVILLE i
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[ Naughty, Naughty Courier ".."
The Plant City Courier shows -a ;
"FURTHER TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK .sort of double 'portrait" headed '
# "Points About New Underthingrs."

IN Aint that th' limit? I looked very OUR NEW LOCATIONWe :
.By THORN, carefully for the "points, but nary r
<< a one did I see Everything appeared
LUMBERPRICES" .,to be nicely filled and rounded out-
ft ''No Great Variety I I Just as I've seen 'em. at the 'beach- .'

I In Jjecsburg a few evenings i sincea only, perhaps a trifle more so. But Have .
ONE .1 '
woman gave a dinner that was L always presumed the Courier was
1 unique. Every milD invited was.. informed a real family journal. Yassum-I
sin will find
4Dresied I
sure you'out
.. ." I was your talking. a day or two I Iago I niaterial'that,"cook he the must dish bring he .most his preferred own-|,did. *. '* *. Removed Our Complete Stock of

Framing' ________.32.00 with a doting mother who'I] and place .it on the table. j Aided My Kunninff-Gear .
about the extremeI
\ Flooring ____:.________ 30.00 I was modesty remarking of her daughter. Just. | The thing turned out every nicely i I'm not saying this Melbourne to "work" the .
Hotel for
.. i only for the fact that every man Carlton, /at a
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then the girl came into the room r
Ceiling 20.00 I both :. brought a half-dozen eggs, and then free meal ticket, but merely to give
i: _--n'---? and horrors! The tips of fried ' vinion.
Siding _' ___________n._ 18.00 i' Thp earn girl were explained exposed to the my error by I sK =kHands *. [say that the best .pteak I have tasted
in full decade served at thathouse
Off, Ple-e-a-se, a was
1 saying her costume was all right I I .
--- the occasion of visit to
Cranston of on
.A Pr. Walker Birmingham. my
left but she I
when/ she her room,
.. Solid or mixed cars with r freight i slipped on the .stairs and ht'r' England, claims-and presents that city last week I am uttering Household Necessaries
words truth and
muffs skidded. Take the witness. {/ proof of his assertion-that ho can only of absolute ;
paid to any point in Florida. i, i"bring the dead to life" Goodness- the visitors with sufficient pep.plu..k. .
-- gracious-Annie! Keep him overthere. push, and purse to make.that .
Write to *! *] Yussuni. Please lie might get over hotel, their abiilinfc-placo for the season -
I Should Say :NotA __ here and try to revive the late Florida ought to return to their northern I To The
Saint Petersburg .store in advertising administration. In the words of hoiiies "fat enough to kill." I'll say :
r TallahasseeLumberCo.TALLAHASSEE l to sell "artificial bait of all the Epsicopul prayerbook-"-"For whatit they bhould. { .
I kinds.. I'll! bet It doesn't.. If it once in possible for us to avoid, oh, :' *. *. #,
I I did no supply! would last very long; Lord!, make us duly thankful." 1 Percentage In Misleading i WILLSON BUILDINGon
FLORIDAThat' i -not in :Saint Pete! *, *: *" : Suva Henry Ford's Dearborn Independent -
*" Poor Use American Language :
Some Wise Police I Really, I wouldn't have thought it Investigation has proved, t
Up in Pensacola the police) arrested >*,f the most august; Jacksonville it is assorted, that one in Darlington Avenue 4
i a young man who wan found to Timc's-Union! There was a huge I every dozen prohibition <
b>p carrying jiH-enk-d( in various heading saying "MacSwinneys Are i agents N open to bribe. The
TiRES J pockets of his clothing thirty-five After True I-'arts"-ju..t. as if any ;estimation was undertaken _=.= ==-:0-:: --= = = _-- *L
FIXiNG f pairR of loaded dice. After mature attention was going to be paid to the by the Federal prohibition w t
deliberation the authorities decided "untrue facts!" In fact, I'm wondering agent< for the division 'i'1''i'1'7
v there was something crooked about what head-writer obtainedhis 1 of the southeast which em- our store is now even better

I the fellow-and locked him away for hunch that theme might he"facts" brae" several of the southern for the display of the lineswe
many .. .
more investigation. There are some not precisely I true ? Someday ; states. ..
mighty clever men get on the police he'll\ he.\,'ritingabout a few I think the figures. are wrongI X carry. We have made improvements in the showrooms -
then and now, I'm telling: false lies. Yassum. know only theme men of that 1'111118-
Our SpecialtyOf Tvery: you.
*" *" *" *" #. ( and l oath of them is open to a bribe and our patrons will readily note that the
I Like. Originality -if that is what it is called. AndI
And I'mSays A-Coin
COUTH We Do All Varieties of superiority of the goods can be the better appreci-
an advertisen in the Saint I'd never kick on any of these I heard a man talking the other evening I
Repairing Work And We Do It Petersburg Times, : "Refined dancing "syndicated editorials" which appear who avowed that whenever hedesiied ated by the arrangements we' have introduced. A
(every evening except :Monday." And in Florida publications-only I'd like to get a bottle of the "real
Right.: We Sell rues On Close now I ,s",e why I the editor. of that to have more variety. I seriously suff" he always looked up a federal call to see our new home will prove an inducement
great moral sheet extended me n object to finding the same "editor- agent. Then he was sure to get it. '
MarginsALFORD special Invitation to ",'ome over some ials" and the same short paragraphsin *I *. I to purchase needed articles, and we shall appreciatea

Sunday and see UK-and May over two-thirds of my country ex- Let's All Quit It continuance of the patronage which has hereto-
till Tuesday morninat/ my ex charges.' It becomes mighty monotonous !, Say the Orlando Reporter-Star:
J pense." Nauglc:. is a )liberal cuss. before I've gone through all of I Guilty! Thorn of The Kis- fore been given us. Come in and see what you thinkof
mid 1 half the residents of Kissimmee them. In every town and city there gimmee Valley Gazette '
THE VULCANIZER know him. The other half don't wishto. [are always to be found plenty of sub pointedly calls attention to our new home.
jects for a few editorials-and if a... the follv of the government
I s 107 Broadwaywoos * man is a genuine newsman he'll take filling the papers of Florida .
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Certainly :NevniH. A ChangeA advantage of them. I'll say he will. with advice as to the tapping -
_ -' '- '- of sugar-maple trees.
-- --- - dispatch .state that 'Vuifew *I # *
over all Ireland is to be therule.." American As She I* SpokenA Wouldn't it be a good plan for all
For some little time. there has been correspondent in the TitusvilleStarAdvocate Florida papers to print only such Grantham Furniture Company
something loose all oxer Ireland that speaks reminiscentlyof matters as are pertinent to this lo- :
hasn't been curfew hy u durnE'd'lte. Titusville, and tells how, irr 1885, cality To carefully scan the matters ;
I It may he possible to split chaos and there were but thirteen houses in the that are "released on receipt" '
curfew fifty-fifty. On the Irish sod place-and only three of those had and not fill columns with special 7-9 DARLINGTON A VE. TELEPHONE NO. 291 .
where Saint Pat was: begotten, long, chimneys. Reminds of an old geography meetings of churches held a thou-
For stove or fireplace delivered on long years ago !there were pleasures published !in the 60'11, which sand miles away of the best styles 00{ . . .. . ... . . . . . .. . . .. .. . '
short notice. Also heavy hauling a-heap; but I'm free to conjfecs now told about Albany, New York. The for poultry-houses to circumvent the -
of/ all kinds with auto truck. conditions are rotten-h*. only is hook said: "In 1754 Albany had effects of blizzards, of how to detect -
safe, now who's. buried down deep! I 1110 people and about 325 houses all surface indications of iron ore, and
Leave orders at Osceola Hardware .sittuated with their gable ends to- how to breed Rocky Mountain sheep
Company, or That Old-Time Artist wards the street." And there wasn't to the best advantage ? I certainly -
The "Face on The Barroom Floor'" one durned comma in the sentence, think some of the stuff we receive LECTURE AND MOVING PICTURES ;
W. H. JONESPHONE Has many times been reviewed; eycther. I needs editing and wastebasketing .
But it's gone far .away where. 1 hopeit :t :t :J :t mighty had Yassum. -
81-3 will stay What An Awful OutpouringAnd I *" *( I
In innocuous desuetude now there is talk about pushing I"'nt'a." .. An Error 'rw
0S legislation throught- the next There have been posters about T' .
It', plate is. most aptly tilled t-alkfcKt at Tallahassee' which will Kissimmee last week reading like
--- - -- -- ---- By "Tl-e Mug: on The Marble/ I fon every quacK-doctor in the stateto I this: "In this world there are two

Fount" either leave or get busy at some kinds of people; those who are married Getting the Most
l l-'or the irugstoie chat is a dandy, honest occupation. And if all ofthem and those who are not." Go on,
hv lu'ck- all of those who hardly know man; go on. You and I both -know
fiXING FORDS D Tis the final figures that count the first rudiments of guessing. at there are other kinds. Sure we do. Out of Retailing"'
ailments, are driven from the state There are those who really dop't
No morc'Il the man earn a dr'nk: what a hiatus there will be! Then I know whether they are married-because -
Reciting his tearful verse; ithies/ well be strained while the army -I the final papers have not yet
Those (its he would throw were most is entrained as they leave the issued. Then there are those who ,
frightful, you know- state some sadder and some wiser: might as well nat He married-so
Still I know other things far worse. for physicians say they shouldn't and far as happiness and sweetness and Under Auspices of Chamber of Commerce
r .Tbat' Our Specialty *. *. *" they couldn't and they wouldn't mix all that stuff are concerned. Then x
! Hut Georgian: : Mean Well themselves with any common adver- there are those who'd like most . .by. . ,
The following clipping from the User! goshawfully to get married. Gee
Of Course We Do All Varieties of Enterprise, of McRae. : Georgia, regarding *. *.. lie there are lots of kinds of folks! An W. F.. BRENNAN, Business Expert .
; a kick, on the high cost of Billy's Wire Were Crowed old-time lawyer told me the three t
living:, may be understood by some "I can't set why Jesus wanted me I worst clients he ever had were a
Automobile Work And We Do It -but not by me: to remain"in Jacksonville six weeks," married woman who wanted a divorce -
We. the. undesigned/ employees said Hilly Sunday the other night in ; a divorced woman who wantedto
Right of labos in Thomiisvillo one of his monologs. With no desireto /get married; and an old maid who
1 and vicinity who desisethat be as sacrilegious as I sometimes I didn't know what the devil she did HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM THURSDAY EVENING i i
ous employes( shall have. opine Sunday is I'd suggest possiblyBill want. Uh-huh. "Two kinds. of,people I
fail tseotment! when purchasing has been communing with the I ?" Go hide yourse'f! 8:00
Eddie: Nansell the necessities of wee gee board when the board was *. *. +. MARCH 17, AT : O'CLOCK

lif",. have noted the wide suffering from indigestion. Oh, Billy ODE AND OWED TO BIMINI
No. 18 Emmett Street variance of prices between you evangelistic co-worker, Idon't Bimini's the land of hurry '.
a wholesaler and retailer in like your methods; 1 don't likeyour I OfT Miami; I should worry!
- such commodities as stople thunder; I don't care two cents there-
-- Doesn't take so long to go/
groveries, produce, meats, that you've not been to college--'tis ''Many things are put on show there- Especially Interesting to '
etc.Those. l because you profess such a wonder
Some goods sell low there--
folks seem to be having an ful knowledge] of th' Deity's aims- I Many say meet those whom very they know Merchants,
awful bad l

Prentis & Thomas sound like a new dictionary. I thank that's smile.why I read all your writingsand I When the trip is terminated: Their Families *

you. Things are pleasant so 'tis stated.
*. *" *. ole *
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Trifling trip ocean;
upon i
Do You Remember
Merely A SuggestionI Gives a most delightful motionTo
AUTO REPAIR SHOP don't' care to be classed as but- When the mother of every family the folks who take a notion; :
ter-in yet I have the teremity to used to have a fine tooth-comb in the Waves are never at their worstIf and Instructive
hint that it would )h. a good idea, house-and used to get action on it one has an awful thirst- Entertaining
and Storage and action if fully as often as once a week ? watch for "
a mighty conciliatory Still they afety-tirst- .
shuold be made When you used to have to take 'there's lotion
Governor Cox a committee And they figure a .
4 of one to notify Senator about a score of doses of sulphur Worth their trip and their devotion .
(larding of the result of the recent and molasses every spring? Bottled over on the island- 1. II
election, rather than await When a woman's heel used to just Which, as yet, hardly dry land.
BRING IN YOUR CARS able action of the electoral college, soak the.. hem of her dress whenever Thus they go and keep a-swarming/ l I
and let the man who was elected as I she failed to.hold. up the garment as' Minding not the ocean storming r.
president sorter get ready for that she was walking out on a rainy, I Crossing in some launch or dory,
little celebration early in March of sloppy day ? Living on to tell the story
... When a woman used to spend half'''| :
the coming year. Harding will How they went, no moment fearing
We are Prepared to do all kinds of need a new .suit of clothes, I daresay her time in looking after the dahlias I Tales of ancient bucaneeringO'er -
-and a few shirts an' everything and pinks and "pinies" (peonies) the sea where Tench and Caesar TAX 1
BATTERY WORK ; and I hate to put off letting and lilacs and 'sturcheons and primros..s I ;
him know about how things came in her front yard and "the Blackbird, and old Drake, the greezer. 1
J out\ .-or, more appropriate! *! how parlor" was always kept with the Robbed and murdered as they saw
I things' went it. "Besides, Jimmy, who curtains down and the blinds closed fit.Fig'rinjy, COLLECTOR'J
is right there in the state, could do except when the minister called-or on a pleasing profit

An Old Reliable Tonic to it cheaper th' J ol;b. than have a "college" there So do was I.. a Yassum.funeral. ? Once Sought across they the quick sea for of slaughter FunNiWaTer NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN \. I

A lion Park Tnnn. -" Dr. Plwoe's :I' *. *" *. -
i. Golr1n. MedICal Dlae.v ry cmooct b* That Writer Greatly Erred:: Enters "Not Guilty" Plea Ho, ho! IIR, ha1! Fun-Ni-Wa-Ter!
T fl..-"lI d fc* a Ionia Recently wrote a theorist: "It is Says the Lakeland Telegram : And the looks upon their faces TAX ROLLS FOR OSCEOLA 1I:
and blood purifier. vain to build up armies where men This. paper does not come When they saw It piled in cases
I have taken it asa do not own their homes. Men" won't within the scope of Thorn's Would have made a movie feature
tonic and to fight for a boardinphouse.: Oh. I indictment, in The Kissim- rieHsing to a thirsty creature.
purify the blood don't know. I never had my atten- mee Gazette, of Florida editors Did they drink more than they'd f CLOSE PROMPTLY ON APRIL : i
and I U was eicel- tion called to the fact that any members for publishing long articles orter 31
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loot I also found
e of the American army owned sent out by the government Of this stork of Fun-Ni-WaTer ?
It goad for stomach any homes overseas --' hut they on the culture and If they did they'll\ never tell it;
trouble Itnrce's And Pleasant Dr. fought, just the same; "fought like correct tapping of sugar What they brought b..C'was\, secreted TAXES NOT PAID BY THAT i
Pallets. are a tin. hell !" said some of the writers!' who maples. Such articles are, ;
System. raffulator. went through it all. More people are of course, useless in Florida Possibly some one may smell\ it-. ,
S I found thetnfwpe- livinRin boardinghouses. in the Uni- and the fact they are Or some friend may jZ'ive-deleted( ). -i ijv
ted States for hotels are nothingmore distributed here the calm Kissimmee
"lallJ good for constipation by agricultural But we here in SUBJECT TO ALL
than boardinghouses with a shows gimme!"
and bilious attacks and they department Never murmur: "Oh say,
also tone up th* liver and drive ...parI higher education-than own homes, how far that branch of the All we have to make us cheer up t
luau I from the irstflir- In a trj mild r dare say: and that man who'll refuse government is from efficient Is the extract of cane '
way."-J. 6. BOOIIEH, 114 Rogers, to fight for 'em has something manag. merit. Doesn't seem to rive inflation;
Htrwrt. wrong the matter with his brain- Well that will help just that Doesn't have the "inclination;" C. L.
Yon tmm patenr a trial pea-. ..*of ib. box. Not only will folks fight for much. Now if every paper in Flor- And to add to all our sorrow,
41 WaooTMT. TaW..." t r.mttnf 10 mat boardinghouses but they'll fight ida will vow to cut out that useless When we find a man who makes It,
?' to U>. Invalids'I Sot.!. Buffalo N. T. about 'em-and .fight in 'em-as fare "filler" stuff, and use the documentsfor Goes the sheriff on the morrow- rr-se TAX t l
I've seen; and I've been some mixerIn wrappers or copy-paper, it I is Rounds the whole mix up-and takesit .
the years lone agone. That theorist fair to presume the administration !! .
Ff;, it a prescriptiom for Colds.F aounda really iyjety, don't you; will some time or other catch on to So Miami! keeps on growinlrBimini' 'f
know;; but in some way he convincesme the uselessness of a eertlan percentof so awful near her;
\ (.rer U4i LaGrippe. It's the most that here not perfect!!? sound, Its work-:and make a chance.Yassum. Fun-Ni-Wa-Ter keeps on bowing'But '- r.( '$

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: KISSuylivl'i V J\LLEY. GAZETTEPublished .. i'I '"

I 1 Eyerx Friday EXPERIMENTING with the iweet potato as source from which palatable I
syrup' maybe obtained has been going on for some time in the depart'' I Q \
By Kitsimmee Valley Gazette Company, Kissimmte, FloridaW. ,
merit of agriculture-and there is now) being established at Fitzgerald \
o B. 'Harris, President R. G. Vans Agnew, Secretary' Georgia, a' plan' from which much is expected. The government claims ,. .

. ._'W.; L. ThorndyUe., Editor._,_. that a' good syrup-one'wbkh will in every way prove pleasing: to the consumer

A. Subscription It and one that may be used in.every'way'in which, corn 'cane, or maple

I I "I, One Copy, One Year..*.-1.__ateet----_______.'__.._____$2.00 syrup is now serving can'' be obtained from the sweet potato; and is backing -

One Copy, Six Months..---.__------ __.-.-....... }.0<"( its claim by the expenditure. of a, considerable ,sum .to prove the accuracyof i
One Three Mon hs"- ..... .50 the assertion.
,i Copy :::: :.=::::::::::.::.-...- --. :.- .
t If the experiments about to be conducted a large scale shall
'I (PJntt'red at' the I'""tofdce at .KIxHlinmcft. KJorIJa 1/1 econd-clnnn mnttcr. '
. '- prove successful it will open lo the' farmej-s of Florida a new fit-Id. In O
All eominunlotttlonit exceptfrom mir" nuthorlm-d rnrr<>ii|>nniItntH munt"' 'lie ceola .county the sweet_ potatq grows most luxuriously and prolificly. and it
Mlunrd l by tho writer -
llojorl mutter will lint be rrtunl union I nnllyd for would be no difficult task to secure several! thousand acres of that product'
:-1, _. _
l -- I once it was assured that a ready market was at hand. And if it shalf be
f'" I I lFor"l..n:: AHv! *.rtl.'.'lnii n.nreentettwTIICAMLNICANPRESSAS5UCIATlON J,' I shown that syrup of richness and high! quality may be produced from th... 1 ,

'f ; crop there will he experimentation carried along still more diligently 1 to

; FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1921 I show that sugar may be brought from the lowly tuber., In (his Jailer cast 1j I

f there would be still a more intense interest developed in the culture.
i r The termination of the federal exprimcnts will be watched with deepe-' j -- .1such
interest especially so as the sweet potato can be grown in this vicinity .in lave

V I large amounts at a minimum of cost. If the venture in Georgia results II' :
the I I their
is to great a proclivity among people to carry t grievances :
I : M now expected it will to a certain extent, revolutionize conditions in
JI to wrong quarters for the sake of obtaining redress. There is loo many Jes you can
common a procedure to denounce in incorrect places the shortcomings of I I counties in Floridaforemost and most important of which will be O ceul., I !

..I i any official or private individual. In other words the habit of gossiping:; county /

( of laying: things without having a slight a very slight foundation of fact; I -/ a phonograph

t and of allowing the next man to add his quota of embellishments; and of MANY SOURCES OF NEEDLESS EXPENSE i .
I t t watching the results. I

\ If the people of community desire good government it is the duty i '
any FOR fully three few have been forced ET show the Certificate i t of
I years country newspapermen us you ,
citizen hisI L
t of the to suggest direct to the officer who may be derelict in I I
to use "new"paper( for any of their "copy. because of the vast volumeof
duty a way of betterment. It js not good citizenship to cast aspersions I excellent Miss Rice
tf I sent through the mails the various offices the Authenticity which
copy-paper to -
broadly- unless first having been "lt PI>ed on" by the offending official; .
I major portion of it working free advertising To be I
: up a propaganda.
ing and the better man results who may is reputed be obtained to have in been nearly lax every in the instance by approach'j(I sure the paper is always printed or mimographed upon the one side I has signed. This is the outstanding

duties. but jLlt. always f good slockjand! all _the_editor is_draw a .
:: through the printingand use (the other side on his typewriter. -pencil 1 fact which comes to you out of the
An instance worthy of commendation has occurred in Saint Lucie
& are numerous editors who nothing else and this office there ''
use ; to comes'
i County. People there .are making great efforts to "clean up, for there are much that of .the memorable recital
so many "single wrappers" for each issue of the paper tone-test given
localities that have for
proved themselves
s umerous pests many years. are made from the petitions, propaganda notices of increases of capital I

Just now the sheriff is being condemned in numerous quarters and tales stock., and .a' &large number of bits of "important news" which are "re.I Tuesday, November. 9, 1 1V2U, in the
''k are being circulated greatly to the discredit of that official. The man whom leased "
receipt. The is the
on of white
government greatest waster
tr die present encumbent defeated in. the primaries has published an article I paper
printed on one side; then comes at the present time appeals for the raising Casino. A new era of music is here.Mr. .
the News-Tribune taking to task the gossip-spreaders and closes his
in article
I of vast of in which it is the .
sums money planned men raking in the shekels ..
in this manly fashion: : ,hall receive but the shall then stuff Edison has lifted the phonograph
I did not vote for Monroe but he was elected and he is my pay newspapers gel nothing; some .
for big corporations (free advertising) then few bushels of the
; a same
sheriff and I am going to stand back of him to the last ditch. If
sort of valuable material from private There few to the of
concerns. are a papers dignity a new era.
the people would tell him what they know instead of telling others : .
willing to print the contributions but the number cither .
; greater waste-
what hear and would would have law
they quit kicking '
we more '
enforcement in this county. E R. RHEA. Sasket the 3ocuments---or use it for "copy-paper. The latter method indicates You can no longer he satisfied
the economical trend of mind. So the foolish
long of
as plan trying
If would be frank and art
more people outspoken regarding matters
to deadhead publicity continues the careful writer will be ahead
with a phonograph) that imitates.
of public interest the result would be that a more complete understanding the
would prevail.-and that better government would ensue. game.

Now, you want a phonograph that
I : 4 r LITERARY DIGEST SMITES FLORIDA equals the human voice. '

APPARENTLY the Literary Digest. has joined hands with the Chicago AMONG the matters which will come before the incoming administration
Tribune-for it has given a "dig"at Florida which is wholly uncalled for early in its regime will be the application from the fire department for You know there if such a phonograph. Mr. Edison madean

I --and is entirely incorrect in detail. If the harm may result from the publicity an additional truck which will carry an engine by which water may be astounding test t with the Official Laboratory Model of the !New< .
pumped from the mains from convenient and Edison to prove it. Kissimmee heard the New Edison RECREATE
given by an inaccurate assertion was planned as a religious propaganda or any spot driven into
the flames with immense force factor which the Miss Rice's voice in direct companson with Miss Rice'sliving
by the reputed Catholic journal the scheme was illy-timed; as there -a maybe means of pre-
has been no religious vituperation against that sect since an Alabama tourist venting heavy fire losses. The engines at the pumping plant are reportedby voice. So realistic was the New Edison's performance that .

ran for high office in this state some four years ago; and even hiselection W. A. Joiner as now being in better shape than ever before and the no one in the entire audience could distinguish it from the artist' -'f1

to the office sought ended all abuse of that faith. Perhaps it was pressure at the last trial was excellent ; yet there may be cases in which the living voice. <

not for the purpose of spurring the members of that denomination to more mains are not within reach; and it i is because of' this that there is a desire a

diligent action that the Digest pictured labor conditions in Florida as "bad; upon the part of the department to secure a machine that will prove its efficiency 2E/NEW EDISON.

but whatever might have been the cause that prompted the adverse de when called upon. These machines are expensive it is true; but I

ctaration the fact remains that this state has been needlessly assailed. hey have in so many instances proved their worth by extinguishing flames I

Residents of Florida are well aware that for the past two years no that would have entailed a financial loss greater than the entire expenseif You yourself can have such a phonograph. Let u< show

: tale in the Union has enjoyed better conditions for the laboring man f the apparatus that the firemen feel that the sum will be well-invested I you exact duplicates of the Official Laboratory Model which

than has this state. There has always been plenty of work; there have In any event, the question is to come before the council at an earlv date triumphed in the lone-test. Let u.s show, you the Certificate of J rl' ,

-f j been none idle except those who remained so through their own volition: and it might be well for the various candidates to do some investigating I I Authenticity which Miss Rice has signed after inspecting these, ..
ind instruments, and in which .lie declares that these instruments are
in fact, the struggle has not been to secure employment but to secure em- planning.
:. ployees. It would have been no difficult task to have determined these conditions __ __ .....:.. I the equals in every respect of the instrument used in the tone I
f had the Literary Digest so desired; but that magazine saw fit to SHOULD SUPPORT HOME INSTITUTIONS I test.

I ,disregard. fairness in its tabulation of "labor conditions." Cleverly cau- / I You can' buy your New Edison on a Budget Plan which
: bout in disseminating its propaganda has it been in the past; but it seems I distributes the that you'd hardly l feel them.
1' WHENEVER the tendency to take from a city business that by right io payments
; to have made "slip" in the article which has awakened much unpleasantness s'
; a -
,t. belongs in that city is carried out there is an 'unfair weakening of the home
I over the entire state-and in adjoining states. < institution There have been Kissimmee where
instances in 'print.
An apologetic in the columns of 'that' should be numerous Central Drug Store f
: paragraph magazine
'. ing has been purchased in other places-printing which should be done here '
where the large: support of mercantile:: institutions and civic bodies are given .
I : -- -- their chief publicity. The general lowering of prices in nearly Ai II lines of 104 BROADWAYDay

,N;, ; THIS IS CERTAINLY AN AGE OF GRAFT business has not yet reached the printing business-- and the printers'craft, 41 PHONES Night 21

which -was the last to increase its prices because of ,excess costs of production I
WILL this country never have done with the amalgamation yclept has not yet found it possible to lower prices. Everything entering into

aati-saloon league?" How much longer oh, commonsense. are the hang- I production of good work costs higher than it did a year ago. or two -<-<...:--x-o---: ' } .v N:- i-::-+Y''r rrr4:-},--Y4rrry4{ C-'t_:_:"'t:fir:vG. +r4S )-:tip)
: ers-on and roustabouts and drawing-contingents to continue tot years ago; and there is a scale of prices in use by all highgrade printshop

up public funds under a plea of "needed expenditures" a cause in America which will be decreased only as the cost of production shall t

that has been settled) decrease. That lessening of prices will go into effect as soon as safety will t Goodman & Woodall \
t' Just now the section of the league located in Virginia is beseeching
permit. The prices now made upon all classes of work by The Gazette are
It ", the senators from that state to vote for appropriation of than
an more as low as any reputable concern can maintain and preserve its credit and
'even million dollars with which to carry on the payment of salaries for deliver quality work; and this point should be borne in mind. i rThe: T e w G-rC cery
merely being on a payroll. Such legislation is what tends to worry people .
1 into a state of discontent-and brings no satisfaction to anyone except those Next to Chamber Commerce
planning to draw the emoluments. Seven million dollars is-a considerable

wn to lightly toss out to plunderers--and thunderers. % OUR MOTTO
With all due regard to the measure of Mr. Volstead the country is BECAUSE the commissioners of a county give a "permit to carry a

not interested to the extent of seven million dollars in any matters pertaining :un" to certain applicants is no reason for carrying the weapon concealedfor I PRICES THE

\ to it. The desired end is being attained, the transformation throughout no permit can grant that right. It is against the federal law to carrya FAIREST

t the country! is gradually being brought about and no vast sum of money "concealed deadly weapon"-and no permit by state or county officials QUALITIES THE BEST

is p!eded. If that appropriation should go through there are chances that should be construed as a permission to secret the ''gun." under whatever

a measure would be later introduced in congress to pension all the descendants me it may be given about the person of the one to whom the permit

of the bunch of men who worked on Mister Noah's ark just before has been granted. The grand jury of Troupe county. Georgia recently de. JUST ONE WORDYOU'LL

'the rainy spell came on so long ago. With some people it is anything for precated in its presentment the practice of "pistol itoters," and I urged thata

.handling funds belonging to the public-no matter how ancient or dead maximum penalty be given "for carrying a pisfbJtConcealed.\ The jury I

?, the project may be. added that the' breaking of the laws in this regard "'was a growing menace
to our community.



I'f THERE'S a fund for thought in the little item in the Live OaCitizen

which said: "Because of the high freight rates the watermelon crop ins i. :
the re-location of the J4
NUMEROUS cities strenuously discussing
this county will be cut into about one-half of what it was last year." What are 4'a
Southern College of the Methodist church-and Tampa Saint Petersburg.
; .
is of that
{r true one production in that one county is about to be made true
iv in many crops in counties in stales. Clearwater Lakeland and-Orlando are striving as best they can to secure stj
1 many many promises from the committee making sure the location. The committee has ::
It is
not so long ago that the fact has been forgotten that the government ..
J stated so it has been reported in the press, that the college would not return '
v was urging to "raise foodstuffs in "Produce f
everyone your garden.
to Sutherland; and as a result there have been options obtained in the \ .r .
more. supplicated Uncle Sam but. like the of "Buy bale of -
; cry a colton --
a several cities that are candidates for the Methodist institution by individualswho :::
I it has into
gone: discard. There be incentive
to to "produce
seems no .
than the have the good.of the community at heart, and these men will no doubt I .k.
4' local
i I m&jej consumption will justify-as rates of transportation
sacrifice their options at double the prices given if they can but "land" the
+ have reached a point where they have become and.
practically prohibitive
H r y ; institution. In the meantime there is much hurrying and scurrying and i: -
unless there are some steps taken to mitigate the evil that is reaching over I LIKE IT
"pulling of wires" in the various ci'ties-.while. the decision still hangs in
the I
entire country there will be little call for things produced outside of I
the air.HALFCENTS.
ones 4
F; vicinity. I j ONCE
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41 'i While Florida cannot produce all she would normally consume it is i
NOT NEW of the half.cent.--anll the buyer i
a source of gratification to know that she produce her ;
can nearer quota
of necessaries than ONE IS IN KISSIMMEE makes no kick: yet if the smaller I ; YOU BUY IT ;
most states; and there is little need of paying long- roircould b haul freights for the luxuries which may be cut from the menu without (Continued on Page Five) i be in the many daily transactions a .
lr loss of health or happiness. If every family will lessen the quantity of The Tampa Tribune had recently : considerable sum legally saved. I I
goods bought merely i It is possible that the Tribune
; as luxuries which are brought to the state from
an extensive 'editorial the necessity '
upon writer I is ignorant of the fact that a'
4( points far distant at a high rate for transportation, freights will be lessened for the coinage of a half-cent, coin of the nature sup-Rested; used to I j Your Trade Will Be Appreciated

to a moderate price. and proceeded to illustrate the var- be in circulation in this country-as | I I

rx ti ious uses' to which it might be put. there is seldom a specimen to be |
i SENATOR HAS FAITH found. There is one in Ki Goodman & .
IN TIMELY COMPOTES There : WoodallProprietors
are numerous<< occasions when in possession of Captain II. ; -
the half-cent: could be used in merchandising1 er-and it is highly : 8Immee-1
r VM SENATOR Borah has according to dispatches "presented a bill to --where the buyer wouldbe larger than the cent, a rf. :
preserve citizens rights.. The "preserve"part is good. Some of the aided, and there "would" .he no consequent than the old-style two-cent coin, and NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE \
; "I Ingltb" might be better preserved a* many a small boy can assert by not damage to the merchant. A'/I/ correspondingly thinner; it ia In an \ J
condition are at the present time excellent state of preservation; and ,., BROADWAY'I KISSIMMEE 1 A t
1 e ,'/cDowing-. ,. ? F out .the' disciplinary. : rules that mama..J lard. the seller, always takes advantage it carries the dote of 1804-practi- <

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I. WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! Ml1 and Mrs Benjamin Funk, of I "[WAS UP IN THE AIR C ., # I ,

Phone 112, Ross Grates 49-tf Pinedale, entertained on Friday Mr. FOR KISSIMMEE FOLKS .,'

ITEMS OF A WEEK I Mrs. M. D. Casler and her:daugh.ter and Mrs.' C., H. Funk, in 'honor ,of H. M. BREAKER

Gladys'have this week been. the the birthday anniversary of their The "Keen KMtter"1came, carried, i

guests of .Mr and Mrs. Harper Cash son. conquered l And kicked <'off-and ,every I II
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! Icr, whoealao.( at Leesburg, |j List your property wlt.h11 for I I agreement was kept by the pilot whocovering' I I

1b Phone 112, Ross Graves. 49-tf Good to rent; some fur-, polod service.' Nelson Realty.'' Com. ,'' the state, in'the interests of I

William E. Hand, of Lakeland,has' nlslied. Neon. Realty Company i, pany. ,_. 'the Simmons Hardware Company, The

been In Kisslmmee! this week looking Attorney Zaoh, Dans, ball returned Rev. W. H, Coleman' ''will ('oncluct.j machine was touing t

after life insurance business. : from an extended trip upon lopal'' sVrvices at Center ParJ) on Sunday I. the country"the onifeoneern in thewo.Jd

Five-room cottage close In, cheap.. matters to several points in the I afternoon commencing at three giving publicity to "its wares

4 1 Easy terms. Nelson neal y' Company. j nbrthern, portion, of the state: o'clock. .A cordial invitation to tho j 1 by sending, its representative b> 1'j
public I is' extended. means of airplane," and!, to secure
Cheap building lots well 1 I
a better feeling the people,
Vice-preaident Tunnicliffe, of the Most favorable terms--. Nelson, neat Wanted: $Zt.00 loan for three to in among
ench city where a stop was made ,
Bank of Saint Cloud, was inKlssim- ty Company. five year Excellent security; attractive !: _
number of
,1 stipulated residents
mc<> l'Itl'rday-makinA'' bin interest. Nelson Realty
weekly. j Mrs A". T. Snodjrraag, who has' Company. I' given flights _

trip.Two for the past three weeks hero a' se-j{ 1 A. M. Aleorn la the pilot of the
splendid little farms! both on i.veto sufferer from impending upI I Rev. W. H. Funk, of Pinecastle.' I "Keen) Kutter" and of h.s: ability n

brick ruadx'; cheap; easy terms.!' ''pcnilicitiH, wall' sit up on Sunday who was pastor of the :Methodist great deal might IM 6aid-all of

J ... Nelson Realty Company. and is now slowly ronvnlescinjr.. I church in Kiss.mmee; for a period of I! which would be to credit Thi > f
.. R. G. Thomas was in from his V. 10'. Van ))uzer, \k'ho" ban ,been four years, was in the city on Tues I I i i machine under his skillful' hurdling ,' ,. 8IF.

Narcoossee home on Tuesday attending I. the guest of his mother, Mrs Frank',' daygreeting old-time friends. ;is apparently as distant from the } 1
to matters of business an well\ us J. Van Duzcr at her home 205 B.all-I' We carry the )best the market affords ,i K'' point as is the north pol(' "l" y Irv.

pleasure. :mont avenue, south for Revt'ralV.I in nice froth groceries, and n from the southern, and in owiyj( T
' .. full line of hay, grain'. 1'hone flight, he exercised the :
Some excellent stork farms, ''part) \ , left on Sunday for his home'in greatest precautions i tq
of thorn I going concerns. We want to .. !Missouri.\ ! your orders. Waters & Carson Grocery ; for hit pll!'''('11(tI'I'''. And h. rIf
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Com pun)'. crt! thin in a \\'nv.IIIII'Va" nleasin
show them. Nelson (
Realty 'ompuny"G n. K. C'olih '
| Jr. left Kiosimmee
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I meet-1 'ti t II I ?.e maki'if flights with him
There will be an impnilunt ,
M. Martin, who has been look Sunday evening for Lake City where ':
) ing pf the Ohip Cluh in the rhHpte1 Thive was a feeling of ntino.t iiitird -
ing over this Keetion of Florida hat he I I'lld.nMele arrangements ,fora F
House'< on eveninwr commencing < rui' among those who took a t.'it'l, '
purchased a place in PinediiLe addi- physical I examination at the federal Monllay '
wiih 1 h. !
tltosc who hnd
'' at seven-thirty o'clock. It i i- in--e\en I never I
tion. The transfer was made throughthe 'hospital regarding the disability re- "" '
IK'fore I the K'' i
urged that every member of that or 'xp"'i11I'1'1 'sen1KHI: !
McPJmtter ( ,
Realty Company.C. |reived, during the war. gani/.ation be present.Mr. being far reuse earth ; and<1 !Mr. Al- +( Y e
A. DaWKan the bl'nd musician, I Isaac !Hall living on Hermuda i ,10 r pnu ved himself -Miperioi, to many
Smith and ,
will Rive a performance for the benefit avenue, has been showing some ,'x- and Mrs.!' Jesse son plats oho link even tch'n earr"tmpassengers *

of the Presbyterian Sunday tra-special turnips which he is pro- of Great Falls Montana 1sru."t.* for tinimmediati- rash I

f school next Friday evening at the ,during. The\ samples wen are espcrially ,! of the parents of :Mr. Smith !Mr. mind eturnthe tact which impart ,

Presbyterian church. Tickets are already .- large and fine, and show the i Mrs. George W. Smith, of Wyominiravenue. confidence, to the occupant of the cir i i

on gale.Barrington productivity of the soil of Weolu/ Mr. and Mrs. .Icsiah Smith It might; be paid in passing: that th"
of South Dakota are guestsof
e Unit Chase & Sunburn! ,county. the same home. All are delighted Simmons Ilanlware Company is e.- ,I t

Arbucklc'H, and nil the best brandsof [ The evening performances at the' with the country.Mr. penally fortunate in having n mi" n r J :
coffee. Everything 1 delivered.i ,Casino which have been commencing like :Mr. Aleorn to make its demon-
Waters & Carson Grocery; Company. ;, promptly lit seven o'c1tJ'k will, bc- 1 and :Mrs.\ G.; R. Griffin of Melbourne si rat ions. I .

J. Neely Smith, of Ottawa, Kansas pinning next Monday, start at 7:15: : have located leased at No.the 225 Tl Church'street nekerproperty '' The matter of taking flights ha1- 'I

igpending a few days with the lengthening! of the daylight in become so extensive that description _ _
old-time friends, M. W. Kby and the letter part of the day suggesting and will take possession the of the sensations experienced by a
j first of April. The place will be conducted -
novice would bore and
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family at (6Penfield: :\ avenue, and change I prove a I
I TheiThackors
highly, The as a rooming-house. without particular interest ; yet upon Candidate For MayorTwo
is plcaned with Kiasiinmue. I Kpworth; League is to hold a I II will leave for Ohio for the
his visit here the pilot carried
I bazaar up
and its environments. Saturday afternoon in the '
I' summer, planning" an early return. I I I ---

Wanted: To borrow $.,500 011i1tr lobby of the unused Pixie theatre |! S. B. Owens, of Tampa who has i enjoy-ed \<'niic ,nun when H candMitt. for ("..Councilman I promised to do
I land is
fge security. For particularsinquire the public invited to buy )been acting as receiver of the Waters 1 deljght and enjoyment. Saturday nti :lull at the office of The Valley fancy work candy and food front the I -r t rward l and' Kciiiiofiilcal Hu."ln.1H nd nttdatlaIto! ,. promiseI
j membent. The desire i is. to "securefunds & Carson Grocery Company was afternoon wan devoted to this courtesy hi\i (...11 hfully kit| I am HntlMllcd that all parse,. familiar with the
Gazette. 8-tf |j for the aid (I in Kissimmee on Wednesday, ac- --and there were many visitors <"lis. n hsll'Na. will Ii-Mtlfx that I have Itlven close, conirli-ntlotlB and
I of the
I league. I Inti Iliui-m attention to tin- duties of the office of Councilman and will '
Mif I). White d. the Hi mt If elected ala)0r.I .
B. of the J. F. Ballard
team in the Kpworthcontest League to congratulate J. M. Duncan who lined the highway. Among thepassengers ..
I Medicine\ ) I Iurre fnvtirfd1 i-vi-ry nurcHulve iu'>v ment that bun been proposedfor
Saint Louis tvaxlin
... Tuesday evening. Music, Company, 'I is managing the concern, upon the were Mayor John S. Ca- tin1 10..1'm..n of KlHKltnmt'r during mj' el".nlr.. of residenceIn
r fumes, and ronyersation were enjoyed Ki:e last presnday looking proem ss being made. I d.'I.) E. G. Vans Agnew, of The Gazette I our city. anil. will continue In exert my beat effort towards the .p- '

-after which came refreshments up matters of business. Mr. WJite.I'who I j i Clarence Kby and Miss Elsie Norton ; Miss Grace Winn; Nelson Ma- Iulhllnor; our city.
and automobileride. is connected with the I Miss Makinson I Imvf. mudi a success of my own business and looked after the
moonlight kinson Joe
a Henry
touring Florida for pleasure and entertained their Sunday school, ; ; ('1t.u..I".-..., cloudy and have endeavored to .l1h"jul&rd the TuxpayCTH' -
class at the Methodist church last Carlin; and W. L. Thorndyke, of The Inter<-Mtif nt all time and under all clrrumitancea.
I IHrlicious self-rising flour 24. incidentally looking after the advertising Saturday evening at the home of Gazette. I t>arnftli! aullclt. your support In the Primary Election to be hid

pound Mick, $1.45; Gold Medal plain contracts for the company. !the former, 623 Penfield avenue. Following. his work here Mr. Al on March 6. 1911.

24-pound sack, fl.3.r; Orient, plain, Burgess Weft manager of the Casino Games music and pleasing. refreshments corn shoved off for Ocala, after expressing I am not a ..andlda'!.- of any political ring and If eleetedMinor '
: twill Kloalmmee and It. people to the beat of ability.
Miss Koda McNeil and Mr. and his his visitto servo my
pleasure over
24'pound nark ll.nft./ Ale I'lllshury formed the leading amusements
and )Joint).. Waters & Carson Gro- Mrs.: 1'. II. Brown and children j of the oc'osion-which will be Kis!
eery Company. a (''formed an automobile party visiting followed by others of like character. 107 miles, in sixty-five minu- If. M.Candidate BREAKER for "al_.
Ocala on SundayThey left Kinisimmee tes-and announced pleasing
| a very
The finest quality of cornwas j
Sunday morning--and, returning GRANTHAM'S FURNITURE
Kissimmee. Mat-
brought into
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reached" home after-
urdav-. A. Stroup putting thirty Monday STORE IN NEW LOCATIONThe HALF-CENTS NOT NEW
noon.: They report a pleasant trip. ;
dozen curs on the market. The ,
counters were cleared within a fewminutes Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lyon left onl I entire stock of various lines ONE iS IN KISSIMMEE

after the fine stork was exhibited Wednesday! for various portions of I' of house, furnishings has been taken (Continued from ""It" Four)
-and the call is for more.The Lake county where they expect to from the Broadway location of the
visit relatives and the greater cally one hundred and seventeen
spend Grantham Furniture Company andis SAMEWAYCashandCarry
I King's (Daughters of the old. No doubt few in
years men
the time in This
)portion fishing. now the better displayed in the .
Methodist churth entertained
royally Florida have like coin which._
has been their custom for several in the Willson buildingon a -
T r classes 1 from the other churches on'fuesdnv new quarters
naturally, carries a value that is difficult -
years, and to miss! it now declares Darlington avenue where theentire
'ninl-the affair( takingplace Mr I..yon. would 1 be like ignoring i ', lower floor has been thrown I to accurately estimate
0' at The lIun alow. Their, wax j The above clipping from The Kis-
'dc..xsert n dinner. .
holiday into one Grantham
H fire lrriim--nftcr which ice simmec Valley Gazette, started the
creiu: reed cake were served.! Mr. and! Mrs r'f Bartholomew ,,, is enabled through this change, to wheels of to buzzing in thewriter'
who have Ix-rn spending the winter ,,, make a better display of ..toc'k-and memory r
There will be a regular communit brain, and brought to his
at the Dmkmaster home, 503 Emmett ''he' figurethat the change will be- I
ion of the !Masonic blue lodge on i j consciousness, that he too had been a LOPENING
street, have sold the in beneficial as soon as his many patrons -
Monday, when several I candidates! coupe' sort of a coin collector in the far offdays I
which become accustomed to the
they canle\ here from Michiganto 1 new '
\..- will I be passed.! This communication of his youth and he had a
will be attended by District' Deputy Ir T. )M 1. River, and! left on Sat-1 location. |vague idea that he too had a half- I
The Bass Corner Brack and
unlay for Lou AngelesThey!: speak -- -- -- Vine
Leonard Thornton and every memIM in LOCAL PERFORMERS, I cent or two of United States coinage
highest terms of Kiisimmee and
.r nf t tile lodge should lie present. ''A search was made resulting in the I
I the surrounding TO PRESENT PLAYLET
i country.The
Mr. am," Mrs. S. 1 1'. Curl, who have I (i discover that he had not only one
local lodge of Odd Fellows i ''I but three. One bore the same date
been spending: two months ill various I has forwarded to the fund for the There is to be a double bill at the .las Captain Breaker's, 1804; one was i Prices, Quality and Service the same as our
portions of Florida, and two weeksin 'I
Casino when Miss
of the Tuesday evening-
support Kissimmee ConcertI dated 1829 and : The headon
one 1835.
, Kissimmee. left yesterday for I Band a check for ten dollars. In the Eby, for the benefit of the Epworth the latter differed from the heads Broadway Store. We invite you to give us a
, !in Mansfield. Ohio. They '
their home will with local talent"Experience .
League stage
,.accompanying note this
word of
was the other two. The 1804 coin had
:are so delighted with this city that trial and, our, prices with others.
'approval: "We appreciate the splendid ; on A Sight-Seeing Car, beneath the wreath on the reverse compare
t they 'have promised to return early concerts you have been ,pivinjj .and the clever presentation will be 1 side fraction 1200. We found a

next season, bringing visit.friends' and tho public, and hope we shall be ableto reinforced by music by the high- number of the large old-fashioned i. .. Delivery expenses and credit losses eliminated.. ,.
will make an extended
school orchestra.
contribute something more before The'performance {copper cents in various stages of
G.; A. Winch, who has been guestof the season is over." g promises to be exceedingly interesting a one sou piece of the !
father A. I.. Winch on Ad- I I and amusing. In addition there I I I
his i' The regular meeting of the countycommissioners 'French, Republic of the. Year One or i "WE SELL IT FOR CASH
ilerhold stl.o.t..I..ft yesterday by auto ( .will he held on :Monday ;, will l I.e the feature film, "Witness i expressed in Arabic nmerals, 179:1.! :? i I

for his home ill Cleveland. During | nexf. Appearing before that i for The Defense," with Elsie Jo'erl'u-I a penny of George the Third, with I t WE SELL IT FOR LESS"

his stay heie he visited all portions ,:body will !he a committee from the son in the leading role "and a the date plainly legible, 1797; a largecopper .
statebut declares that entitled "The Dentist This will ,
of tho
| city: council l for the purpose of learning coin with Queen Victoria'shead
he was more impressed with Kissim if an agreement can be reached make a very pleasing entertainmentI on the one side and on the {lth1 1 l5he TAYLOR SYSTEMKISSIMMEE
mec and its many advantages than |.regarding a method of paving the I Imis"inR' patrons will assist a worthy er the words States of Jersey, l-1r-1

by any other section. !Mr. Winch |' link on the highway within I I cause. I of a shilling. There was quite a vari- L
f) expects to return here in July-andcontemplates HAINES CITY : :
this his the limits of Kissimmee. The committee OSCEOLA COUNTY PEOPLE I ety of coins from many countries
making permanent
will consist of Councilman of them rare or valuable.
home. ,, W. Thompson and Attorney J.I GREET THE NEXT PRESIDENTA There none were two very or three half dimes, >+**4+**+*+*+<++4 >++*44t.. .

The matter of resuming work upon O'Hryan. two silver three cent pieces, the '
of Osceola citizens -- --- -- --- ---- -- --
party county -
the bulkhead was briefly discussed There is a great deal of truancy I coinage of both of which was discontinued ; +
whomwere Charles W. Bennett -
'# nt tho meeting of the city councilon reported regarding the pupils of. the among, cousin of Warren G. herding, in 1873, probably on account -, Everybody Wfco b Anybody Advertises Their "Want. is Tk Valley Gazette bJ:

Tuesday evening-there being a local public schools and the actionsare Attorney Alexander Akerman, JudgeT of their small size, making it '
that time might I inconvenient to track of them. - ---- -- -- lf
sentiment expressed not only troublesome. for the L. Comer Rev. William Landis, keep S.
be gained in the completion of the. of the schools. and There was a Columbian half dollar:
principal an annoyance and Fred Kenny, made a trip to Saint 4 .. ..
work if the dredge could be k..pti to the teachers but are Augustine, where, on Saturday, they and a twenty cent piece, and various
busy. There seems to be a little dispute bound to find reaction when reports enjoyed a personal interview with I I samples of dimes. In paper, there ; i

between the parties to the .ae-I are made to the parents. There the man who Will today be + was about the usual I 1 Health
I I : "Rhinplas.j Second Class to
under adjudication bills and
is within Confederate
tion which now seems to be a "wave" of this sort sworn into the highest office I one 1
as to the dredge, and the matter I of thing about, and residents noticing the gift of the people of this great ter," as they used to be !

...... of resuming work was left in the cases other than their own children nation. The meeting was an exceedingly sued bv the state of Georgia for 25
hands of' the bulkhead committee to should promptly notify the pleasant one-and gave to cents. It was printed on plain whitepaper

effect ways and means towards again school authorities' those who had been strangers- the and somewhat the worse for Begin Monday

getting action In the'nt.THE II. W. Grutsch, who recently disposed former senator and newspaperman a wear but still plainly legible. There i

of his property on the lakq- much improved estimation of his was another for the same amount,

front has purchased a nice little graciousness and courtesy.!' Each of bearing the stamp and seal of the 000 I

home on New York avenue, which he the party felt honored by the inter I{'I Dominion of Canada and the date ,1j j
t will improve to a considerable extent view-one expression of the man 1708. The Georgia paper was dated
Prof. Charles B. McFtrrin the food and dietitian !
in 1863. There was a little bit of a' specialist .f
He has already commencedwork who is of the United
now president
on a garage. "I came from States being most pleasing: "I shalluse shinplaster about as large as threeof who has been her lecturing, ha just finished! with a class of earnest ,1

National Biscuit :Michigan to this city last year" every effort to make the peopleof our ordinary postage stamps issued health seekers who have become so enthusiastic over their bettered o j

said Mr. Grutsch, "and things are so the entire south realize that I am by theUnit..d States government condition that he has been asked to give another series of talks and i1''
line that I'm going to make this my with them in all laudable legislation.I and redeemable for three cents. '
Such postal as it was called demonstration to begin Monday, March 7, for the benefit of those ',
home. I'm to work desire to win their confidence and currency .
CO ( /IPANY going who could admission to the first cl...
a for the advancement of Kissimmee J't'lIpcet-and make them all my in the government lingo was issued not gain _; J
bv the government to take the place McFerrin has consented A f''
with all four feet. friends. Prof. to hold the coming session nnder # I II
Will Give
a of small which
change disap".aredentirely the auspices of the Mothers and Teachers Club of for the. I "
The information from S. II. Bul- LONDONERS CONTEMPLATE from circulation during the I Kissimmee

lock that the city had not paid renton Civil War. When silver change became I purpose of raising money to put in a aew floor in the Chapter Ho.J "

'J DEMONSTRATIONOUR the city hnll for seven months .i LOCATING. IN KISSIMMEE common once more the government ,I buiJdiD,. ',
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the fell council with a dull in' session thuddening on effect Tuesday on Captain Lyng of London is a recent I in for called redemption the fractional and it was currency said I For information as to die natnre of the work, tuition, etc.* apply ,
arrival in Kissimmee, planning
. IN . I evening. It was suggested that as to settle here permanently attention I that more than 15 million dollars of I to Mrs. Fripp, Mrs. Aultman, or. any member of the Chib. .f

Mr. Bullock was settling tip the af- having been directed to this I it was never presented, the government I The Professor makes many strong; points in I his talks on how .. 'J
fairs of the defunct -State Bank it
.. PLACE OF BUSINESS would be just for the institution to city through conversations with Colonel amount.being Tampa the Tribune.gainer by that acquire and retain health. Oae of them is that many people who .
P. J. Gordon late l'l .
accept in payment for the sum duen surveyorgeneral declare that they hare stomach trouble or intestinal trouble ud ,
of India while the two
check upon the funds of the city Monte Carlo., Colonel Gordon were expects HEALTH CLASS COURSEAT many other similar troubles have nothing of the kind; they have

that were on deposit when the bank to come here next summer HART MEMORIAL "FOOD TROUBLE." In other words they are combining their food

Watch For More Definite News ized collapsed-and to immediately the clerk tender was author-such with his family and locate permanently in such a way that the chemical affinity is so terrible that when they ,

Week of check. -as he is delighted with Kis Commencing Monday afternoon at eat a meal they pot their health ono foot forward and two feet 1 ack:1: ::1
Next simmee and its environments. He four o'clock! Professor Charles B.
A bill was presented to the city adds that he thinks it probable that McFerrin will commence a series of wards. In other words, by this ignorance of foods and how tocombine ? S I

This Important vent council at its Tuesday evening meeting fully fifty of his friends will follow talks on health, under auspices of them they are actually tearing their bodies down three times; i :.'

I for the two gongs established by him here in their desire; !! to get away the Mothers-Teachers Club, and for a day, instead of building their bodies up. ',F;
the fire department-one being in the from the turmoil in !,::urope. the purpose of raising money with ''
The nnforhuate thing is that for their entire lack of ;
electric plant and the other cornerof This means more for the financialand which to place a needed new floor in progress ,
Broadway and Darlington avenue. social development of Kissim the Chapter; House-where the lectures <<: toward health they blame tho faithful family physician: when tho :

The cost of the gongs was deemed mee than is at first apparent-for it are scheduled to take place. trouble is right in their own ways at b....

F. C. BRYAN excessive-and the matter was referred is this class of sportsmen and developers The speaker states the class will be D.'t fail to take this one chance of a lifetime t. study tho.sit- t
to th'e proper committee for of independent means that this limited to fifty. For terms of memo 'I'
investigation. It was declared that county needs to bring it into its own. bership, and full details regardingthe nation, and be happy again with ........t health.. I :i

Ei COMPANY the' desired to do everything Many of the present day will recall methods, those desiring information R..naMl the class starts at the Hart Memorial building at few ,

within reason for the department the visit here of Colonel Gordon may secure the same by application o'clock real Monday. Admissiosi Emited to fifty..K ,
but in this case it was asserted that some seven :years ago-and still havea to Mrs. Celeste Fripp, 116 ,
46 St. : Pkon 8 ,the gongs were ordered without high opinion of him obtained at Beaumont .avenue south or to Mrs. i b xti
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IMPROVING MUCH COUNTRY unbroken buck through biblical rec- 11r
,oicls./ comes 'to Kixsirnnice to tellsomething
of that land whence ideasof
Editor of The Gazette: .I
civilization .
Parsing through:! thin county some sprung
I Sunday molding Princess Rnlnnewill
forty years ago one would encounter
surface water much of the wuy fl give her thrilling" message, "Under ___ __TJlE.JLLNJVJLR3ALThe .. CAR _ _
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life of her peoplt.-thp Syrians.
It unusual I thing to find it
was ; '
,Her clear and forceful delineation of
so after the "rumy 'a"on the manners and customs of the Holy
This the much of the
was case
Land embraced in this lecture has
time in the fall and early winter
proven one of the most interestingsubjects
.. I season. '. discussed. in America in Ford Sedan
Cattle men in some parts 'ouldround
.connection with the Orient for many
M up their stork and drive it to I

the higher lands. to winUr.A i years Tuesday evening Princess Haider splendid car 'is growing more popular every day. because every' clay the

inM trip to Orlando now reveals a will)) present her own drama of the THIS and when think that
wonderful c'him ire-most of which for the enclosed car increases in volume you
old bible story of "Naaman the I IA'p

has been work brought about by diamage.The small)). er" It tells }how the early Syrian the Ford Sedan with all its comforts and conxcniencf iin enclosed car
'When I feel like this- was begun in a people were turned from the worshipof

[way many year ago, but the greater Baal to the worship of the trueJod handsome in appearance roomy for five passengers nicely upholstered, sliding! plate P
in the drainage
1 dizzy black before part has resulted
spots (; of Israel Vividly i is portrayed t
: work begun. a few years hack by the I the part of the )Hebrew! captive maid I glass windows which make it an open car in a minute or so or a tightly doted car

1 my eyes, bad taste in Tuft Drainage District i played in bunging about this great that dust and for day of the ram or
In panning over the country that I is 'proof water-proof --ready service every year
Wherever this
change- drama has
x mouth stupid and
my was thirty-five years ago/ covered of the been presented she has received : shine, summer or winter, and then think that! this car is lower in price than any touring -
lazy-I know what'sthe with water the greater putt plaudits from the most discriminating -

matter. I'm bilious year one will tlnd no water now except audiences' I car (except the Ford car) and you will not wonder that we ask you to leave your

( in holes, and swamps where Princess Rahme born at the I
I just take a couple of cj press grow. "U ese cypress "/!'ullg"II" foot of Mount Lebanon was forty miles order for a Sedan as soon as l possible that wr may be able to give you reasonabledchxery.
t then
lone desij rue them were
the ancient of Damascus
DR. MILES' LIVER PILLS ordered, in yWinv instances several" I 1 I from in" the historic village city of Baalbek, .

foe.t deep yJKh water, and were an ,, ._ ___----J- "
I i Of course you cannot forget that matchless and reliable! Ford AtterService"that ,
anel t )bar to
They fix me tip in short order. PY".I<*>re a progress. ,I ,

Why don't YOU try these I bark The of mark these may trees he showing seen on where the I follows every Ford car the world over always within arm's length a reliable! :

little wonder workers? You'll Die water Mood I lord I dealer or aulhori/ed Ford garage that can tune up your car and keep it in running I
If the "canals" were made a foot y
find them easy to take and deeper the water would be taken I condition every day in ihe year. We want your trade.

mild but effective in opera- out of these holes. '

It should be done and the work "'

tion. continued through Oseeola county to'' 1 I

: Your Druggist sells Dr. Miles' I lake Tohoneknliga, and then Ov P. TIMMONSAuthorized : 1 1I
"' 1 I.
I '
Preparations. work would IKalmoiit complete, and I ,

vast acreage would be available for + ,
1'u1th'ation. This in the "art ician ''r
belt" could IX' irrigated at small
---- ------ --
I' d and Fordson Dealer
rost. and, a \ot ta"ah'e re-iinwie' ford

for, the countv we.uld. be (famed by I
1 ". ON YOUR WAY NORTH STOP such cliainafre t. I JI

Such lands HS these would (hen be 1 1rI KISSIMl\\EE.. FLORIDA
considered a< cheap at five bundled. ) I

HOTEL WINDLE dollars per acre in the rofcgh, and rI ; i ,

y Under the same management and and: .make an annualie1d) of theprice. : III III

at the same reasonable rates. Arequest ::5 I
\1 I High cost of living and! lazes" I
for reservationwill POSI- -
would not be sucha burden then j r 't:
i TIVEJ..Y assure you a Why does not some set of men ; { I THE. ENORMOUS NEED .E.
Strictly modern steam
; I
close to everything i undertake this work? It is much i FOR GREATER PUBLICITYThe COULD HARDLY EAT ANYTHING UNTIL REUSED
needed as a taxable resource for thee I PE-RU-NA tktl5HQOIl3
ASK 'TilE TRAVELING PUBLIC counties affected, and a bit i thing for
t # South Kloiida Press Association FOUND IT A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
HOTEL WINDLE (those' who bought and improved it j jJet r in session at Bradentown last -

us hope that something will week recommended J the of a .
1 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA direction at ; passage "I...writ and 1I..d and f.tild I knll?eat anflhtnv mall I
I )be done in this a very ? 1 which minutes' of county ....'I.I .
law hv I ru no. f Moii mj s1.pellb[ au v.-and my -'re.atntiff
I eai' '1\ date. I II. school boards and rtcurnr, I u,loIlIy..o"I.. ..n atift fttrjr ouu commissioners
-- -- -- -- a.rtnlrfiiI i tnf"lirtni' y"U"" alwuvc, a duo of
i I. .J i )DO1.T.1NS.: I ... .. ...
city councils should be published as 1 e ru u ac "'yaw. u' oiattirwitttit' tat"
- -- t of I Ha 1. s. w.nunara.
i for the benefit/
legal notices
Stable Barnyard Manure t paid lion ::<'. 11.U ny, flu.
( I the general public Why not" That
tJ-1, = I I information r Cutarrhofthest'nnnclandboxelsisamnaglh. I ,
the public is entitled to the /
Commercial I fertilizers aiorare'e ,,
thus given is of course not disputed ,- :ii.iny 1..1 i 'MM cif "i-tliirrli-il' divim fromwhicli
DUVAL HOTEL and dear in price. :Many farmers are ,, .
< That the public wants it is a larp" '" 'ref people- edlesply
finding the use of them out rf theirre certain That abuses and bad ,,,,fT..r. tl'I v'yr'ursofurtfll"eeaistheguar-. i

:? ,........... Pout <>fnr) I e'h. Where many tons have heretofore 1 in where there is practices not antee, behind .
may creep
been used, only hundreds ofj;
i y JACKSONVILLE FLOKII pounds will lie used this yearVhe e i full publicity as to the expenditureof PERUNATablets
is well known as
public so
100 Rooms-50 Baths all crops have received fertilization (, IV i t : need money
'rqq to no stating.
''r All _......., rlrutor. from the bagged articles in recent |I ipt Why then, shouldn't the newspapers or liquid Slid Enrrwturi '

c ..........., .<*.._ ....,. leant wlthfcalh. years only the more special and intensive j he paid for printing such mat-

1 d.( ... SUM with balk, IU.OO: per this crops will get the name treatment |I r , I Ir Ir ters and why should it not be madea
s p year. I of the duty of such boards to
< der.-m Rut most crops need plant food in ) I! part -
t b W. H. JOM-DN, Nauarrter. make this information public?
addition to that naturally furnished
I It be that the papers
by the soil What can we do? How may argued
should this information free
I Id Il Iy j is that need to be supplied ? Professor '- for the print benefit of their communities.. Kill That Cold With
II John M. Scott, of the Florida Ex- I
in now
I neriment Station the using of I Every newspaper
,.V urges! ]' does more free for its communitythan
barnyard manure. Do not let any j kr + other business man in these 4Lt4'
"The Store" I' any
Sportsman : of it go to waste; collect it, protectit communities Type cannot be set for 4 (

Ammunition Fishing Tackle use it.Barnyard. i h nothing Newspapers cost money to
Athletics has been ,
I manure (om-
it not fair that the
Is gen
Goods Camping. Baseball. Tennis. with commercial fertilizers In produce.
pared stand this
I I eral public should expense CASCARA QUININE
t Boy Scout and Football Goods. Dog ,, I tests with Japanese cane on the Experiment | T

Baseball Uni Station farm, and the results I The public will be benefited\ far
Furnishings Cutlery
: show) that it produces larger FOR
than the printers. One publisher AND .
forms. Tennis Rackets re-strung same yields more economically than do the I more from a south Florida county Colds, Cough OM\9 La Grippe

t day. Out Board Motors and Felding I II commercial brands. If barnyard manure PRINCESS RAHME HAIDER told how a $4,500 tractor, bought by ,

I Row Boats. cheapens the production of Japanese I his county and which did not seem
i Neglected Colds are Dangerous
cane, it should also cheapenthe ;;
Her early education was received at to be doing much road work, was
JACKSONVILLE SPORTING GOODS production of other crops At I,: the famous American colleges at found at work in a big orange groveof Tak no chancn. Keep this standard r.medy handy for th. f first an..,..

COMPANY, i iI least. it deserves being saved well) Beirut an) Sidon. Later, coming to a county officer. Furthermore a Breaks up a cold In 24 hours RehaveaGnppa

I 129 W. Bay Street Jacksonville taken rare of and given a chance to'' America, she attained her degrees I'bill for repairs of $1,500 more was in 3 days-Excellent for Headache .
make the crops larger. It costs little I from the best universities in this to the county. True, e
j t, found charged
Quinine in this form does not affect the la
in reasonable Tonic
used amounts
t and country and was just ready to returnto the claim was made, that the officerwas Laxative-No Opiate in Hill's.
I certainly will not produce any undesirable her native land at the outbreak of I leasing the tractor for $500 a

BACKACHE.FA1N IN SIDE results. of the world war. Since that time I' year but no record of it could be ALL DRUGGISTS .
shje' has I been touring America presenting found on the minutes until long after SELL IT lAN
HEADACHE HOPE DEFERRED MAKETH her unique. lectures on Syria, 1 the incident it is stated Wouldnot

Nasbrtllo Ten. _"Dr. Ple rfe's Pa- ( THE MOUTH TO WATER and has l been instrumental in disl'Il'm-1 publicity in .connection with this.

V TOrtt* Prescription )II the bent med. inating true information about her !, case have been salutary?

Tone I have ever I Private stock in Florida is inv'in-I! country among the people of the new It is not alone in preventing or EXCELLENT RECIPE minutes they are transferred to a

taken. I differed late, according to Federal Judge '| world exposing such cases that such a law FOR CRYSTALIZED KUMQUATSScrub heavier sugar solution made by dissolving -

for a long time J. Crubb: of Jacksonville, who has: .The princess will wear the. royal i; would be of value. Just as a matterof one and one-half cups of '

with f 1111 n 1 n I ordered 300 quarts of chqice liquors robes of her native house., fashionedof information the tax paying, publicis ) with and sugar in one cup of water. The J..
trouble I would Palm blue satin. heavily where its monev kumciuatH soap boiling is continued for .
returned to C. A.o.funn: of royal They are entitled to know with soda thirty minutes -
become to nervous I Heach. Judge Grubb held that it1vv'as : embroidered in gold and native I:I goes When It sees the bills it will water. Sprinkle of nod to usinj of; at which time they may be removed -

!1' that would bawe no violation of the law for a jewels She will be assisted by her watch the expense more closely and one pound Pour sufficient one pound boiling end placed on a platter to

L ) to give up and lie citizen to have liquor in his posses-" I traveling companion and Oriental such a law would in time be a money kumquats. this fruit. Allowto dry. .
water over to cover ___ .
down until I would stun for personal use, and. the seiz- singer, Mile Burgess, a talented saver It should pass.-Lake Wales : stand ten minutes. 'Pour water off I
get quiet I Sat1 J will the weird I II If you belch up a bitter-tasting
r t-<-*, ,which was made on September musician present' Highlander. three of
/ 11 fared with backache : JR-1920, will be returned to its ow- Oriental music in connection with 'I ---- und rinse through changes I liquid, suffer from heartburn and
k' / / *. palaa IB my both lectures. I'I The next Laxative. water. Slit kumquats one-quarter of sour atpmath, you need the tonic

V aid. and bearing ,ner.The decision which had been anticipated This will be a rare opportunity for i I "My sedentary habits have necessitated an inch in one side. Drop into boiling properties of Herbine. It is
water and boil for ten
slowly medicine
t t pains I would, Kiasimmee of occasional lax- fying and strengthening
AI was received by Jhe large the people of \e gain the use an
tUao bav periodical spells .( ilckXha'ach circle of friends of Mr. Munn with some first hand knowledge of the ative. I have tried many but found minutes. Remove--from the boiling :for the stomach liver and bowels. r

s. I could Dot eat or sleep much pleasure-and plans were im- mystical land of the Syrian people. I I nothing better than Chamberlain's water and'drop into a boiling onehalfcup sugar Price, 60c. Sold by Roberson'a Pharmacy -

: ( Vth mmd cot wbmw I was a physical wreck mediately made for a commemorative On Tuesday evening Princess Raider :: Tablets" writes George F. Daniels, solution made by In dissolving *a I
I .*eM4 to Civ Favorite Proscription dinner by the select.' will tell "What a title means in Palestine Hardwick, Vermont. Mr. J>aniels is of sugar one cup of water. '
J a trial and It completely eared : why she is a princess.." !proprietor of the Hardwick Inn; one Boil for thirty minutes Remove A.coal minE owned by South. Dako- i

./.."-MRa. A1JCS McCUDUD, lilt Sailor of the Spanish armada are 'of the model hotels of New England. from the sugar solution and drop ta ships two 'hundred tons of

alit! Strtk A*.. N. Jill /as, s.W said to have carried with them dolls The ancient Egyptians regarded I I' into a boiling sugar solution made daily. The coal is furnished to Cr-J

Iau' and children's playthings AC mas ,the bracelet aa the symbol or mar- There are more than 2000 purebred from one cop of sugar in one cup state institutions but

, SuUerfWor UM VaUer Gazette. cots. riage. I milk goats in the United States 1 of water. After boiling for thirty may purchase coal at the mine. (J

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-_.....-- - -- THtJUSSUuJ4EEV VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1921 -- . SEVBi,



.. .- .Financial .tat't;;; ;; BE' BEST IN FLORIDA .1 ,
From' 'filet! of Valley Gatette i-ndlnir$ January 31, .18J11 for the, month- 5. ADVICEOF FRIENDSJacksonville Frequent 'inquiries are, received by
.' B.I..... ftotm '(Continued from ran Ope) collectors, of internal .r YE'nue from .1
Vumt L... Reportflenersi storekeepers. and other business eeewillbreak
nchoot ....,..__--__,t3S.f fH. > ings to be completed, and ia especially -. men
An' ordinance pained by the city H.. 1). No. !...?_...._-.__-_., SRS"* adapted ,to tho large' business Woman Say Her Restoration a* to whether the taxpayer in ''busi!
4 council prohibited the opening .o/ Hi H. l>. No.: I______?,._____.. ltl6 which will be transacted. ness for himself may deduct from his
barbershopson Sunday. It was H. $. J). No. S-.i. ..... ,........... 4"l.76 To, Health Was A Surprise .. gross; earnings an amount of Salary .
raIl. S H.' H. No. ft____.a-.,--..-__ 66.19 Of the 43,000 acres owned by the a Cold, Fever and. Gripp
ed .unanimously members 0 H. H. 1>. Nw. 4L_. _.______ .. __ 11..1 Candler Lumber Company some 28- To, Her-Praitet. Tanlac."I paid to himself Wages .of salary
'S.4 council being:r:: present: W. L. Van ".....1.... I>l.bur_..... n.I..... 000 'acres lie within Osceola county, oil#.c drawn by a taxpayer from his own quicker than anything wt know, ....

Dur. r, president; II. M. Pfann, K.L. :. flU.OO .1.436.61, U.vU l11 .t7 SN and the entire area will be reachedby lave taken only three bottles of business are more in the nature of venting pneumonia.FOR .
Ixsley, J. M. Anderson .and W. 1I1.1 -.. 3)2.95 a well-ballattod permanent rail I I, Tanlac and am surprised -at how a charge. out of profits than a
C: Bass. .' 2<1.110 476.1 way with spurs of a, temporary na- 'I'quickly my health has been restored charge against profits. If deductible .
The new steamer Success, Captain 6Ll11 ture wherever 'considered necessary. ': ," declared Miss Jewel Howard they would merely be added .,to
')', jA. Bass made her first arrival at W.rrant.. were and 22.03 cun- For the hundred or more acres upon 1 who resides at 16 East Church street. his 'income and the effect ..would I be to
the KisRimmee.dock. The boat waa: celli'fl a. follow! which the and all the accessories Jacksonville "Florida. take money out of one pocket and SALE

eighty feet in length and had two (H lenernl 8.' l). nchool No. Lu fund__. ..___-__..__. _.-_t|..1\118.11.1I7.UIt \ are .being plant located the holdings of 1!'I "My health was failing fast and put it in another. Therefore, claimsfor .
refrigerators each of five ton capacity. H. I II. No. 3------------ 4R.SO: the company include a rightofwayto f couldn't find a thing that would such deductions are. not allowa

One was for catfish and the oth- BIlls were approved and wairafilBlAHucd the main body, and on this right-1| help me. My whole system was ble.
er was for scalefish. Fred Murray an. .follow: ', of-way has already been erected a'' badly rurt-down and I had lost my j I Salaries ")aid to minor children House
<;I:> -:ttA I. "('UOOI. KIJ.M>
wan engineer and Chuiles Murray C 10 Yowell. .p..rlnl'nd..nt __ "GO 00 trestle 1490 feet in length spanning ap(1l'tite'and( didn't seem to want employed in the conduct of a tax-:
S fireman.N. W C Ha** M II .I' I--- - -_ -- 4.00 Reedy creek and the lands. anything! to eat. I suffered! awfully I piryer's; business are not allowable
B. Carson appeared before tbo W If Lanler. ]M H I' I -__ 40II To make a perfect trestle swamp-one upon from indigestion and was falling on"/ deductions. If. however a son or a and Two LotsAT
II Hull. H I' I II 00 I
council in the inUTe.sU of the :State; .luhn: S ('..d.I.(fill attorney- .-. ._u_- 12.6O which a fast-mail could run at fifty in weight. I was in a nervous strain daughter hat attained majority, or is
: Kank remonstrating against carrying !i'i'.IIyt..I.I.1; church rent ___ 125(1MlHH I miles without danger-the..e were all the time and every' night could 1 allowed free use of their earnings

a quantity of warrants of th" <:] Woodall.Mhlna. .Hinlth' Janitor C neb C Audit 1. ko 75.00.00 driven: a multitude of pilings-some get; but little rest. All through the without restriction, a reasonable 407 VINE STREET
city inm-finitefy, and at the same William JohiiHon, jnnltor RCI| Id .AO: .(in of them fully thirty feel long-and day I felt weak and l t tired-out and 1 I amount Raid as compensation for
timp being forced to pay interest on Julia. I DmlH. jiinltor Rch 20 10 00 the result brought about perfection wan blue and discouraged. I heir services may be claimed.

time deposits. It waa agreed to set .MlHH\ II Uhen Yoier.PlierlKu.service office. .work. 1500 2B.OO This trestle will oon be floored and 1 "Several people I knew had tried A farmer who employs II man to Apply Corner Stewart and Verona

tie the interest on a fifty-fifty basis.S. Will: trannportlnif pupils I n 15000V put in good shape to carry automobiles Tanlac and every one of them spoke I assist in the operation of his farm
II. Bullock naked the council to \ \ ( ; i''r.:: trans pupils: noon to the /good roads lying beyond. so well of it that I made up my mind may' deduct from gross income the

jrrade a road alongside "his: property J S H II Sloiy.'Smith trail Irann pupils------pupils, __ 16000Mra
o in order to prevent o\'rf\ow-and\ the : KloirleerRtic' <.l. trannpottlnHr upon its own log cars ( sixteen of weeks ago and today I am glad to I wise. if he employs a woman whose
matter was referred to the proper puplln -- 7R.onMm which are already owned)" will the say I am perfectly well. My health entire time is occupied in takin
B .committee.E. : Fannie I I llaRH, I iia 05. pnpllil I 211 00, Candler Lumber Company bring its has IK-OII restored and I take a new I care of the milk, cream butter and
. 71i.o..1
Hancock. pupllH
L. Lesley sold to A. E. Donc- f*.il.rle. of IvarhrmA I timber direct to the mill at a rate, interest in everything. I enjoy everything ,chums, or if her services arc devoted -
ran the property known as Hickory' II Killer I pilnclpnl:: "h' h I.. 2 8MlRR 89 probably,. of from 60,000 to 80.000 I eat and um\ never troubled I entirely to the preparation and
Tre place, situated at the south end Almcnn Iltner, 1 __ : IBOoo. ( feet each day. There will he a log with indigestion. I am not nervous !serving of1 meals furnished farm laborers '
:Miss Nohle ]Mrlx-tulun. Rch J. 12B 00 : "
of Alligator Lake. u and I sleep well and just seem to and in caring for their rooms,
:Miss l.ltlln Rhiiman. *oh 1 __u_ 1IBOO ging-crew of a half-hundred m<>n, I
C The steamer Lillie Captain Clay Minn lone llonirh. R..h 1 .. 12B 0 Johnson carried a loud of sightseers :MIHH (Jiacp AVI n n. Rch 1 12000H and it is estimated, that therew11boullyiwuhundredn1nii am certainly glad I took my friends'! deduction. If, however, sheis
I :M I Cooper. sell 1 12B ""i '| "
from Germantown. Pennsylvania, on .J\M\ M K f! Hrynn.' .. nr-h 1 _tS.OQJ( :... advice jindtried THolac employed solely in caring for the
iieTT<< TJOutnlioumi lfip" roult'1FOr :lit"0( \ %Wooldrldue. Meh 1 MS id, I IMlRH roll. It is proposed to make a "TaTTITii1 is "" ,.rtl-KI."lntmol' yH7 tanr'soir1ouscho1itinvded! uctt)1T)
Myors.Captuin. : ('I....,l" Harrison mh; 1._ 95.OOJK ' specialty V. Ilnhersnn 4ind Ontral Drug Store(', can be Iflhii... 7
I of croasties--getting out a
., 95, OOMlR "
Hh 1 !
P. A. Vans "the I Iellknown KlIekROii . uiul Saint Cloud P. I IJ. Marine. In arriving at not income
Aprnew in by upon
I : \'Ir..lnllTill.. ,. .Rch 1 . !*S Oil' thousand a day or such a matter
,,' I[ attorney" was traveling :Mt( .R Kllle: II !\Jllllt,,,. Reh I . ST. OOIMlH and this will be in addition to the which I the tax IH assessed deductions
uliout the state securing information I' : F C KdwnidR.: ,nrh 1 __ VS (in lumber handled may be made for ordinary and necessary sian4LinitheitiJJ
in a general w..y.On STATE EDITORS ENDORSE
:MlRH NIMC\: Smith Neil I 47.MlMinn .
to be used by the "big land com pa-1 : I Kdllli ::1111"", nih I 47511MlRR large! lumber the mill will have a expenses. The revenue
ni...,," in their effort to secure an injunction ( <'....IIt.( < l\ -rHtrevt. .Hrh 1 IB OnMIH I capacity of about 80,000 feel a day; NO-FENCE LEAGUE PI/N j jThree act specifically prohibits! the deduc-
in the United J States, court : I'l ,Il..I P 'm..... R<'h I " ;ion smaller stuff the will I 'ion, of personal family, or. living
i MlHH( Lillian( I Dale. H< h 1 "r, 00 output
Such '
against the collection by the state ffl I' :MIHH Medora KuHRell Rch L ' the five cents, per a'rc'drainage tax. : ( iion: C.nlee. neli 1 . 950(1Mm Much could* be written upon this, cum DO I the publication of the reports, rent for a home wages of servants, ;
Captain and Mrs. Alfred IJoncgan iris O /Scluick. ,neh 1 .. C5.OoI of the commissioners of coht of food and clothing for the
which be
to I
county 10
industry promises so is
I :Miss. Knima V.owc-11. Reh 1 110 oo always ready
who had been visiting friends, returned -, :MIH 'Plorlli,. HeiBIIe..t. Hi h I r">> lIft great an impetus to other lines of state after each meeting, nt ( Ihl'j: family, education of children "and
to Indiana where Captain i! .MlRH !M an. R<.h .1 !OS OOiMrR I I business' in KissimirnH1. Much will I be newspaper rates. another all items connected with the main't'nlln'c. coso rh-cumalfsm.
I Dont'gan "a conductor railway !' : Currl" N KilriR.' ", ))1 r> 75(10Minn well-being, and pleasure of
was on a I'1\\ ritten between this time and the would provide for the publication of the first twinge dow
: :?\1"1"I'h. rl.. SIl h 7 7B (Ill the and his "AT very ,
train. | Irs l."lll(" HiifT.. Hb 1< u_ 75 onMinn first of May when it is expectedthat ( the proceedings of the city council in taxpayer, family.. : my bottle of Sloan'a;
"The new Pfann and I Miller brick I('urn. oauldlno ,wh 1J 11000 all will be in readiness for the the same manner and ,the third one then relief vtillumt rubbing

I build.ngn" are fast nearing completion ,( I K "Wllma' ."R rn,'"MoorieV.. neh 13Ml _*ch__ 1Z _- 1/0.\1 75.On\ I'initial saw. It is already a 'great institution which would insure publishers the DISTASTE FOR SALMON for It a stimulating and acattera
The lathing was being R. T Butler went to Orlando, Hall ten .)"\R i :.1 thing which deeply impresses the visitor without rebates to attorneys. .tiff muacleo, and it help Sfljr'.

where he made a deal for Metculf's 0 Mm H I Thncker."auia R,'h 11 1 flVJHH I .. ____ joo>> noiir 00\ is the thoroughness with which I were endorsed by the state press asrciation ?- Returning doughboys, weary with backaches, too.." 850,.'lOIo.$l.M. I
Annex saloon-and took charge on Rvth Snmpiioii,, R< h 16._ 1200/1 every action and every installation is in executive session >n the once ever-present canned salmon, -
I the following Monday.Deputyoltqctor MlM M.rv Kloretico. .eh 16.. ss.onfit/ carried oyt. Durability and accuracy ,Tampa following the Rotary prevs have influenced their families to --- -
A. E. I)onetr nfurchaied MIR. fTatherlne. Rhndonn.; Sri" 16_ are key-notes of Mr. Walker's makeup breakfast in which many state editors cease eating it, according to a letter -
Mrs Fiance* Kcblob l ch If! 05MI (0)
the upper Broadway residence : .... Hn..rnnrv 1.aulI, '',''' ".." 16 PS(; 0(1 and he exacts these things from participated. to the American Legion Weekly
belonging Z. Phillips whic'itie : Mr. Kdna. U Uo... .eh' 16. . 950/1 all in the employ of the company ina It was pointed out that such pub- from a Seattle Legionaire who R1JBMtTIS
will occupy as a home. Mr. Phillips !- MIR, f A llHllev( 15 lavH. 71 ?D manner neither dictatorial nor demanding lication of minutes as the bills will states that there are millions of dollars !-
:Miss fo11"lIl1un", B doeS 21 7B
will reside in Orlando. Mr' Karl) Cowsrer. *ch 16- 100 09 ; and. tlus) he manages to require, should they become laws, is worth of "gold-fish" in ware- '
The hunting and fishing season H K Hudley. Bch toIVnrl _=:::: 7B.OOCO secure the service and gain the confidence customary\ in other states, and is to houses. along' the pacific coast. The Is' a powerful Aatiacptfc and'kflkr ?).;.1.1,1'
F wan "in full swing.. Johnnon orb 20TheodoRto _ _u 00 of tho place. the best interest of all of the peopleof writer calls upon ex-service men to

Mr. and Mrs. E- L. Bender have H Mitchell., McKlnncy.I. *ch 10.. ech :20.. ._ ._ <0(10 6000 "We expect every to man have upon a plant that ,, the state. At the same time the resume eating] .the sea food to boost cum infected cut*. old ;_

moved' into their elegant new home I. 1I": ",,11. 20 iO no will be second to none in the state," .editors do not believe that they an industry .. provides employ
which was the showplace of. Kissirn- Mrs B D Campbell. 19 day 71 25 said Mr. Walker.' "We plan to cleanup should be asked to donate the space ment for several thousand veteransof tetter, etc. Relieve Sprain ?4 4ralga.

mee. The reception room was 18x114: ? (1 1rntt"n. attendance ,,fflWeslrtn .-rrIK 12% 00 our work as we go along-and do j required when similar services are the world war." .''I
feet in size, and the whole house is Union lock n'nt.1". .84 it right; and we are going to have aid for when rendered by other pro Rheumatism.
constructed the some R"l'nerou"dim..nsionll. tINs <"'la Campbell. Reh :3inc. '/500 Subscribe for the -Valley Gau .
upon shall fessions. The measuifcs first
,. .. the best help of all kinds. W:: were
ola H.irilwiire Co. auppll\ 72 40
G The entire residence i I" (.""....In llarflwar: Cv ,ROrpll| 2: 40 employ only those who are willingto recommended by the South Florida --- - ...
filled with rare tapestries and beautiful 1 iHc..ola Iliirtlware Co. *uppliTcrnpa <.B 4 U put in a full week's work; we are Tress Association and adopted by
I souvenirs gathered abroad. Kook A Sto. (;0.. 21 ("I
that .
shirkers body.
have and .
not going ; we ...
3 40
( Mrs.. Render is at the present writ KatX'R g011 RUppIt H I also enowwed
A II Filler .'xp to Tallahassee S7 00i.t shall have men with families. Our The editors thj
IB* Mrs.. A. A. Tano. and icwides in K Jo: I it-1 btnhlre. ..11. dor, : : to\ quarters for the colored help will be |{ plans and purposes of the No-Fence

West Palm Beach.-Kditor.) Til.-phoin%V.nner-4aw.r. rent ('0._ *.uppli)_*0 4:20 oil good-and all premises will be well.I league in asking the legislature to .
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Cold settled in the muscles< of the \\.i liner-Raw' y r Co . nil|pile I .*_ I 1 15 kept. Our bungalows, for our white |submit a proposition to the voters of
.houTder makes "-Its of 1-01. Cloud. wCloorimati 1.1.., 10 55 employees will be model of the best the state which would, in effect etubUsh *-
.c- neck arms or every & \\ owlnll.N 'Iirpii. .F 4 54
stock law in Florida.
for labor best a except -
type. By caring can
Use Ballard's ,, 17111W
mo\ "nent painful. 5se & ( arson, yopolle '
Snow Liniment. It relieves the M Welch ('0. uppll- 123 Uf' results be gained. And this 'industry where the provision of the law
I I I and relaxes the muscles Three sizes.pain I" Hixan C"., HUpplleR1'ilipleH \ !: 20 will prove a good thing for Kissimmee pre exempted by local option, but No initiation
liailk 'IlllereHtKinHlnime 170 oil "
when such exists -
Mc.0\; ('. and 120.: Sold by Rober- <. AUtO Co.. storage: 5.00 in .various ways. exemption provision
son's ** l.uiifer It I'rather. aupplle_. 4"t must be made for the .protec
I lank, of < iHurcilu. Intcrent 1 fiO.OO\ TALK IS NOT CHEAP __ tion of adjoining counties or part fees 'dues
Hank of CiHeccila. rev. tamp 1.41/1 : counties from no
0 depredation by .. ,
I Valley Gazette.. printIng/ :lO.711 CABLES ARE EXPENSIVE .
stock from .the of the ,
R O, Mlnlck. ...ppll..r------- .41' open range. .. .
J M Cooper, labor_. -"- '.&11 exempted territory. ':; \ ,
--r :
MolarS .1 T...efcer i A commercial development of importance I 0 ntockhoid( :1
Saint Petersburgcares;, not for the Ml.* Wilma Mooney .._._. ..__. 7500\ to Florida is announced by ,BARNYARD MANURE BEST .. or-<;t't.; .\ ps .
S 'dietitian for what he do A-i II Killer _...-u..->____,,--.. 2QtI.811 ,'. : '. .._
-nor may : '
Mis' Almena Ix-ltner .:__. ___ 150.00 the Cuban-American Telephone and FOR JAPANESE CANE
for those dolefully dyspeptic and has _. 12500 in
MlR Noble ]Mrl endon S Telegraph Corporotion a statement i
'S proceeded in a mild way to tae the MR| Ullle Phnman 125.(10, of telephone service to he establish -, noft IMi
"diet" from J. V. Walden. wHb has 111 I". lone( llAiiaphIrace Wlnn S -S 125 uo.Oo 00 between the United States 1 Japanese cane is being used '88 a "" :

been "treRt injl':" several people of MlRRM (',oper, 125 60Of. and Cuba some time in March. forage to a greater extent every
that city. Two of the patrons of the ,|Mr. F C ?!ryan : 00 Not only will three submarine cables year; more farmers are beginning
each for MlHHiMIllR( (1.1 %'noIdrIlg' 05.00 J to realize its value and result members.
dietitian were charged $500 Claude HarrlRonKrh P500I" be landed from Havana at Key as a
the advice riven. The nian: was arrested -, : .1 'kxnnVrritlnln S S PS> no( West, but all business except a certain the acreage in ., state is being Increased .,
I cash bond MlRHMlRR Tiller ('..00IB 'Its in
but gave a of 500. amount between New York and annually. use feeding
The chance of "practicing medicine Mm, Kllle: C. II Edwards Mllllne.F . 954)0 00( i I Havana'direct will be routed through I I'dairy cattle is approved by the ex }J
h without a license" was withdrawn MlHHMlHH Kdlth Miller :: 15 00ft. either the Jacksonville or the Key perience of some of the more progressive
when it was shown that no medicinehad ( Ceet.lln OverntrKthel .-.'! 00 West central office.It dairymen in Florida. As" T. ., J ... b *. a&A i
been used by Walden who claimed :MmMlRR : C I'Bryan---------AmesM ,_ p ill on 00B will cost about $2,000,000 to lay feed for mules in lumber and tur- .- -- - ""

I to be the head of the Walden Institute MIR8MlRR Lillian Hal -= - _ te,.ooSB the cables and connect them with pentine camps Japanese cane is well - \
in Cincinnati and the charge; Medora Russell ( no the land lines. The' cablenhip >Stephan known and considered one of the best
. _ 1'50(1'
., Miss Klon iluleeIrl
, of "obtaining money! under false pretence Mrs '* () Kchuck __ _- . _- _- 1111.00 a war prize taken from the forages. .1
*" was substituted. It is apparent :Miss Fminil! You ell lift 00fiO Germans, will do the work, three Since Japanese cane is adapted to
S that high prices are the rule ('oral Cauldlnu ._ _ 00 : trips across the channel being necessary Florida conditions and is likely to -S "'
Walden stated ( (S ThackerO __ - 110100 become of the
4 among dietitians. as M ThackcrMrR ._ 300 no as the cables will lie five. one most.Important .
that "Five hundred dollars is not Laura Lee 125; 00 miles apart. forage crops of the state, the results L .1 . 1-
; an "excessive charge. For that price MiHR Ruth Srnp.U-------- 110 05M An addition has been built to the of fertilizer tests made at this station S __ I
V __ _ pro (III
I treat a person as long as is necessary. ::MI r..." 1'iila Marv Atwood Florence .- if (to Key West telephone office and the are of interest. .x
." MlH katherine :f' hadoinMrn P5; 00r..oo terminal apparatus has been install The tests with barnyard manure Y.
--- --- KchlohMinn for at the
: KranceR ed. The cables will terminate in a Japanese cane were begun
WHERE MAY STOCK-GROWERS : I Nd"nI HoRcniarv fJoRHMinn landlHRMIII (on.00 ooIB \( hut built on the most southern pointof Florida Agricultural Experiment ,
DISPOSE OF TICKY CATTLE? ftwiVllllnniR) 91 oo land in the United States, near Station in the spring of 1914. Tin What %Need ;;

Mrs Karl: CowKerMrn ___ ._ ._ __ 100 OO the railroad company's new hotel. I'manure was compared with commercial

0 Louisiana, the last state to accept :Mr K Florrle II Caniphill.()Overntre.19 da) H _ 712r.10 no At Havana the cables will end fertilizer. It was taken from ; \
? tick-ridden cattle from "Florida recently :MIa r.dnn Schwelkart f 95> 00MHH \( across the harbor entrance from I the mule barn and applied at the is a food that will make
9 put up the bars against such I Morro Castle. the rate of 30 wagon loads to the ;

cattle at thp port of New' Orleans S\\ H T Mtorv' 'SIIO., franH trniiR. pupllH,puiiltHMrn IBO r.r.0 no The company announces that these acre, applied broadcast between the good the natural daily"wear ] I

leaving Florida breeders no place in l<*nnnl<. HIIRR. ItunR. pupllRVV I 120 io will be the longest submarine telephone rows of caneand worked in as the
the United States in which to dispose I li-irl".r. I IraiiR. ,puplln. I 11 I o,on. cables in the world and thatit soil was cultivated. It proved the of body tissues.
% of cattle that are so infested. I II. Kloirle Smith. "tiniiR> ..rHI..t.pupllHMrn. \IraiiRportlnir ir.o.on will be the ,first time such cables best of all fertilizers used".-John M. I .

Progress has been made in recent puplla _ S 75 HO' \ e"er"have been operated in water HO Scott.
years in the fight acaintt the pesky Minn .\I hillft Smith prlrenM. 30.00 deep as that which l separates Cuba
and injnjious tick, but it is becoming H hroonmMarlne'R !X. O. \l.. I f :1:.00 from the mainland. HOW TO RID POULTRY HOUSE GrapeNuts
Mallory. -- ---- - -
r ; generally realized that the one Phnrmaiv. HiippliesK fir Telephone operators to handle the OF "STICK-TIGHT" FLEAS"Sticktight"
solution of the problem is through: I II Wlllin 10" lumb.r------ 15 SJ business in Havana were given a
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St Cloud Tribune prlnllnu(
doing with the free and open special course of instruction in the
away !". !a. II. Vo. 2L fleas breed in the
I range and forcing the enclosing )fall 1, Jordan (10 Jacksonville office, to familiarize cracks and crevices of brood coooa is a wholesome blend of
M. ,.. I>. N... nII
cattle. them with methods followed in American -
and poultry houses also in animal
_ _ 25 00 ; dry
K StnrneRMlHH (
A campaign with this end in view, Herlha AVIlliamsMIH 11 (10 telephone exchanges. or vegetable refuse but will not wheat and malted barley I
nnd which has the endorsement of .Caril N KdrlRCarson in oo breed in.damp or wet places;. therefore -i:;
the Florida State Press Association Farmer. (InHUraii-e 21: 7B It is!! estimated that it costs $ 000
| rid of them it is necessary -
to get all the
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I' I) 4 l\n. \ I containing nutri-
anti other organizations, is being \V I IIn..h..r _- _ 15 dO to produce an efficient telephone girl. to clean and spray the houses f
I waged by the Florida No-Fencd \V I llarher _ - in oo and runs. thoroughly as well as treat tive values ofthese
f A'ngue, which is composed of progressive I the birds, say poultry specialist of grains. j
men from all sections of .\ Timely SujTReslion. FACTLocal I the United States Department of their
Florida. The next legislature is cnn The next time you have a cough Agriculture. including vital mineral :

f lr-ntly expected to submit the ab- or cold try Chamberlain's Cough Grease the comb and wattles of ,
... poihing question to the vote of tho I Remedy. It is pleasant to take and Fidence.. I I the fowls and chicks with a preparation elements-a delicious. "

people. _ _ _ _ you are sure to he pleased with the T. N. (Clark carpenter, 811 Mab- I t of kerosene and lard--.beinc
relief which it affords. This remedyhas botte street Kissimmee, says: "Sev i, very careful l not to use too much' of easily digestible food for !

LEGIONERS AREPLANNING I n wide reputation for its cures I eral years ago when I wax living in I the mixture or get any of it in 'heI r
FOR GREAT CELEBRATION of coughs and colds. ** New York State I was down withy I !bird's eyes or on other places where keeping the body well)) noup ;1.
my back. My kidneys were weak it is not necessary as it may cause t". .
Arrangements for entertaining! OVERSEAS MEN EVERYWHEREARE and if I did much work my back j injury if used! too freely. ished.

4 thousands of delegates to the third JOINING THE LEGION would be so lame I could scarcely Clean and spray the coops an I
annual (convention of the American bend over or' straighten. My kidneys houses thoroughly the same as. for .
I legion which will be held October American Legion members scat- 1 acted too frequently and I had to poultry mites; also wet or spray the Sold by Grocers

:HI J. November 1 and 2 of this yer tered over the world continue to 1 get up several times during the yards or runs, especially any dry

in Kansas City, are being made by band together. The latest applicationfor night, losing much sleep. Hearingof soil about the poultry houses, suchas
I Legion! posts of that city and state. information in regard to establishing Doan's Kidney Pills, I got a supply dirt floors or the ground: underneath everywhere! ,
Marshall Foch is among the distinguished a foreign post came from and one half-dozen boxes entirely a board floor with a solution

gueata expected by Le- the island of Ceylon where two members cured me. I have great faith in of ialt and water, which helps -to; 3 Mad Postum Cereal fac.
!gionnaires. The corner -* stone! for of Akron. Ohio, Post have d.- this remedy." keep the ground moist and prevents by Company,

Kansas City's Liberty Memorial cided to organize the ex-service Price 60c; at all dealers. Don't the fleas from breeding. Battle Creek.Mich. I
Building to four hundred men of wanderers. The nearest poets to simply ask for a IddQey..t'8znwa'dDoan

that city who gave their' lives during Ceylon are located at Singapore and s Kidney Pills- -th ame that A girl at the age of 12 can be married .5

r the war will be laid during the con .Yokohama, jnjpre than two weeks' Me. .Glar baa. Foiter-llilburn Co., 1 Ja..Tenneaifte without the consent -I -

vention. journey away. Mfr.% Buffalo. .N. Y. of her parents. II I-

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j.1, I COM.-t.EUJN UF DRAINAGE BEFORE SOME BILLS PAID BY THE Eaded I A Subscription Contest Mica Belle, Cloud and Miss Evelyn' When the bowels are costive tlie' J

'I WILL OPEN RICH LANDS SPRINGCOMES COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Clark each a diamond ring, and waste matter ferments, producing a 7.

The Lakeland. Telegram has. been about a dozen more valuable prizes gaseous condition that is disagree-
) While government ald'Is being The lax eoll.fcCor' report showed. conducting a subscription contest! were ,taken by other contestants. able. To remove the impureties

ought for irrigation projects- Arizona TONE the following, |70."; amount for poll collected tR". '32.'houfoWo :. forIle.nae which closed Saturday evening Miss There were fifteen prizes offered by quickly dose of Herbine is needed.It .
and other arid states and there dvpoNlhurir report showed ports Mayes\ won a Studebaker tourIng the management[ of (the Telegram. doe the work thoroughly and
; I Is a probability that millions of dollar balances In various .car and ono hundred- dollars; pleasantly; Price, GOc. Sold by.
it will be spent by federal agencies Uenernl fund ,1-Vbruaiy' re*.<>nn.. IPJI.;,_ .. .1 .T8 Mrs. Krvlng Smith a Ford Sedan; Subscrilx for The Valley Gazette. Roberi'Pharmacy.MV a fI '
Ralph N. UP YOUR BLOOD -- - . ... . --
t. in such efforts Dr. Road sod I-MH I ____,, _- .. 6.471'.1111 -- -- -' --- ----- -- -
;\ .Greene, state health officer for nurd aurfacn r.,kul .-_..:..--i
attention to the Kin* and forfeiture 1.JMH1RHtuelal .
I. Florida, is calling pabllclly---------------- 1.5.50Tick .
'J: ,' million of acres. of undrained acre eiuvtlcutlun 1: _. .n .___ 1.4011.1'1 t <
I, r of land in this state which are so Your Blood Need the Help of Gude'i Pair fund ...-_ ---_ _.__ 877.HI '
Paid' werr..toIBIIo'.e Mheellvi from
) susceptible to drainage. in th. funds follow 1
Pepto-Manf Springtime to Overcome venous nit n:
"The, United States government' i4 General, revenue. .' ._ SI.ulil K6
J t' being urged to spend millions in irrigating Drowsy, Listles Feeling )t..d.l .lid l lnlilKe . ... .. '."54.'HIKIIIV SEEDSUNITED
,tad forfeltur-/ __ 17X. lSpeelnl -
of the west to 'oU "-
r I'' \. arid lands Called "Spriof Fever"PALE : I J y,411.1ty--------!. . ". Il"u.a0 j
open them for farming, while }'lor."t I Tick einTIIoiiilon . u. ?_. S.OO
Ida offers millions of acres of won ll'nlr fund _. 21111.112(
derful farm lands simply for the FACES CAUSED BY BAD I The fullowlnir, lilll. wire xanilned,,
nppr*\.l HIM! 0r.b l 'red paid
: J drainage. The western. projects have BLOOD 1.1 M ManHi.II, L-uminiRHl'.,ner.. t 40(1( j >
t simply as their aim the opening of r K I I. I If iel Htt i..l. <'oniiiiiMil.inei/ fi.00I
I IIv.,. tlitfi.I".". omuilfiolon...r_ 5.<"0
cultivation. while drainage -
land ; That Tired All-Gone
to Feeling Danger STORESj
a A. i P IttiKM. otiiinlfffilonei i tl.00
",; f of Florida's swamp lands has n dou- Signal That Your Blood Need \\ q M." 'I..II..I.! eoinniiftKI.Miei' 14 no SEED r I
ble purpose," pr. Greene said. .1 I. 4)t. i..I. ? t. i'lei U.iililor 11 you
opening; of these land This Splendid Spring Tonic 1-if J.ihriHton .iutitullMiiiev r.O n"t'lt.
"This the
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t, ' .... 11. j to farmers and also which is of I I"T I. C'ni.r ('..linllu.lne. "f. (MlI. HaJnes City, Polk County, Florida I
paramount interest to the State The blond) that courses! through I. 1C "KIIIUI r". rat, >,t Jill. .. 12 r.O
HoArd of Health eliminating a condition bodyin the arteries and veins .? i I': Kins, ja III(or------------- '.G 'If" I (The Gateway to the Scenic Highlands)
your .. ._
t the ,,1.0. II \\llnoii, <' unt\' kent iiiiioo I
that menaces the health of in. of the most vital importance to \\ I- II..ill.. t'. < 01..1".1", .i> '. JI43I! I
.. people ot the 'state. )Drainage oft the healthy life of the body. The '...d.. Itr..... oil nn.l KHH'i;.roI I .
,' Florida's overflowed lands, state (little red (corpuscles are what carry ** < l Ili: \.in. <'n. .pent fni,"in. 1. .MOlament
. We
i k. r>o mit Have Them
f. 'work and the action of counties endthe life to the millions of cells dial| makeup 1"1't I ni] IJIII..", ineXKIIVex _ :183
efforts of individuals and corporations ; your liody The blood is also the V.ill..' .. I. W1'! ads r>" no ,
( in I'l.lllt 24 !toI".n.
have resulted greatlydecreasing vehicle that carries away most if 'vu( i. 1",1.I"hl. teal, 1" Cn
the malarial danger thus not all, of the waste products. \V aunpnra'S'
liti.'r A SswI.I.
1920 Northern
improving health conditions and Springtime is the season when the I \" II .M.ikniNOii tlipH_ I2.". Crop. Just Received
'}'f! safeguarding the lives of Floridians',body adjusts itself from the rigors 11-01 c'loii.l, Tfthune. su.101 4s. topriiBo'riilliKr ._ 14 75t .. .\
and visitors to the state. I, of winter to the heat of summer. ! ('Inu.l I'rlliiin*' supplies- toeountv Garden: E-ieId. :Flower: :
Florida has more than fifteen mil- You notice how much sickness there commissioners _u_ 11.25
lion acres of land classed in the overflowed is in the spring? Perhaps there areweeks ,I fit C'loiul Tllluiie. KUplilicH Intiix
_. and
that 1" 2B Samples Prices on Request
category. This means and .
when feel
t it you drowsy !St'; C'lolid. Tilliunt. supplieB loPI
such a wide area provides a constant I listless and you call it "Spring Fever .h.'"iK 2r. 25
from malaria which the ,I "' C'lolid 'rr/btmc. HlloplK-H' toi
+ Onion
.. .menace StataBoardoflIeathjs] work ing to It is really your blood that has i.>..uilJuOKe, . 54.00 j Seed Potatoes Just ArrivedPratt'
-b iai'cakandJtliLruand! it needs_I M.hdcraatt__ _
control Drainage of such land will :Mrs :N HrnnKon. "hn1; i
not only go a long way toward banishing ,help.Take that good blood tonic-- Julia I.I rniKni.. ,. 5.<("iKlilMU.I Stock Remedies and Tonic: Dr. LeGcar's Stock Remedies and Tonic

malaria from the state but it Gu< $1 also' will open to colonization thou- the red corpuscles in ;your blood new Tod14' t..(son \ n0 ,i,
., sands of farms. Muck land farms power to carry fresh' oxygen to the A f Smith. 1" 00MrH I Poultry Supplies Insecticides: Spray Material Dips and Disinfectant Pyroi

I it has been proved rival in productivity cells all over the body. You'll notice j ('I"ude)K: h\l\ep WilluimK<< r .. 1"1' ." Salco V B Armour' Fertilizers Pt
I those of the well-known Corn a change for the better in a few MIHM' 'I.\thii. Tln>'ini>i>on. lOOOi: I
Belt and farmers now working lands I days. It brings the color hark to ;, H: H K. n\oii: .. is ("o ',

f' which were formerly undrained or pale faces and lifts you out of tired \ J V Minmi I r. c-liiium.. ..y...1 k "1 I..1' 1" OftJ I I i rift,
overflowed can attest' to the marvelous 111 no I|
all-crone feelings so that you enjoy i ground .
I' I' fertility of this soil. full vigor. "I .N 3 Krou'II.'lJ.1' work, al. sir 1C ..01'

, PAYS Spring is the time for n good blood i II J OIJUIfI", W"rk ."' fnl' '
tonic. Take Glide's Pepto-Mangan IL..."...b 16 00 /
t\1 f GOOD LIARS ONE DOLLAR BO that you can enjoy the most beau-' W .I Hull.,: ,-: ili
THIS ONE EARNED MONEY I if ul season of the year Get it At' (' I. Hnmlr.."'ml..IOI... 4130
'lit I your the worst with "Gude's; .1 W T". A..I 1.. nn
For a description of genuine ('ploManCun" Tio lot H 'I'.V.M.-i\ sillipll'i.. ""0I'UK'.n H
t road traveled bv any of its readers printed on the package It i- Pniiner mfunil' 2r'i''
the Chicago Tribune readily lets goof sold in both tablet and liquid form '! II, ntdo liwid: -n, :..vat SO 00; |

I t one dollar per-the intention. her They have exactly the name medi- : 5 \\ I Poit.'i.PllUl no..d refund: 1 25.I O'l: |i iII

t to spur the county in oral value. -.(Adv.) I .I I.I'CIMHI ...4(, lllFl.llllll \BUll: The Most Beautiful Wall Tint"
r which the highway was located into awluu.- 3.'I On. I

} making better thoroughfares. Ther ject is started all Florida will wakeup 'I ll.upfir\V II .Lt.a.* ItiKiit, tiliullntr.1 ue.. \tlxlnret.",'n.'" 187t.z u 1 1I I

following 'won the prize Trom the to the realization that it has I I"- C' MelV...<.\. hmillliK, 2 "'0i -- -_. h _
been double- ,,. .alan' IOn no
It should have a ; \v Ashton j
paper. missed its best bet. There is a new i Tom I..-... toad work 7qllll!
header. Outside of its being a era for Lake county and the entire <-ir. \. It, ads rank t sad gang. "2 noT !
trail," of iU "diving" through state of Florida and lake county ; I1 l.ii vncpt rod a ITIU in no i A beautiful, durable and economical material for use on all interior wall
"deepest everglades," that it "was a .' .'* I which has been the first in so
writhing path of livid rub;" with the things will be first now in the great-many I 1"1'''n '''Wxhlnn''' ern" ,gee" v-ild to. 11.111 IK _- 10410I nur facet. Alabattine is artistic and sanitary; its rich, soft velvety tints will
"snakes lying hopelessly in est." hake R, ow'n. rand soak 1400
mud" the story i ill fairly correct-at I'Sun Hilton, road work 51"V ?
and the
9205 set pictures furnishings to best possible advantage.
\ 1I'a It load work your
k ri least it is"evident he "carried no Elegant Kumquat Marmalade |I'l.tipf.: .i If.l'r..llI.r."n.. r..pans 24 SIKlrl.v j

moonshine: Smith. hauling 252? S _
r Helpful natives advised. me to the pulp F .' Hi an l'o ."ppll.'.. 7ro S4H -= ': - -. -
Weigh fruit separate
KiR"immPe KloMl. mule J2
cross from Melbourne to From skin cut the pulp into small W"M A< C'arson. mule fend t- tR
in motoring fromIorida's pieces and cover with water Cook i;: i:: I 1'ir.wn., mule. feed 4!% 21.K .
i east coast to Tampa on the west j thirty minutes. Strain and bring f l'.r\,ti r.i mulred' 24211!' I SOLD IN KISSIMMEE BY
'II <' SU infold. supplies "JO
and thus saving some ninety the amount up to original weight of ,' \ 'I'1.: 1,". ,,'.-r. u i" ,c 3"
miles of the regular rout I''i fruit that is, two cups full for each '1 II..1.1. I'.llllll: "..,.1 W.VTk 700 I II.
through Daytona, Sanford and 'pound, of fruit. Cook the skins inwut..r n"; I.. H.-*s Sr TOI.I w ot U v k0N.7 Orlando. 1 did. Also I'd like to until they are tender pouring, / ,,1 nw.1 .ti, u n. ram inrtoik/li.I BUinl 7\001 J; I

1 again with the helpfulnatives off the water from time to time., if it ', Not far from Melbourne \I.t:irlon I t. :: 'I..r' en. I. 120.
is thought desirable to reduce the 1 i."(' "''"' I Ir. "
limits I entered upon a strength of the flavor of the skins.. I r.: n V.r,1"'Inn.rev.pnl.1 nil to fund\ Harris. 240(1t The Hardware Near The Depot l

trail that dived through the Drain the skins and put them i' I. lu' fro I"::h' 'iSJ?2. I
c r i deepest everglades a writhing through a meat chopper, or cut th..m'into |"- \Vlllinmx. Inml.or; -"(,20' ,
livid ruta. 1 carried no Hill, S ('n. niiile. f".1 I
thin slices. Combine juice; and I.<... 1ax,. x ark 'I un 1M3 '
moonshine but frequently saw of .nd work 5u .
peel and add three-fourths a cup 1n ll-ine..ik. n 1J. ,
snakes, lying hopelessly in the for each r.noih Allirltton. io"d "' o. k._ \ ooIt
of sugar cupful juice. ..., ... fn. iiupplles. 1225 .
mud after struggling vainly to I ( - Ha.dw.hre -
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+ Boil until it jellies. urt_ 1.17;

ailing cross that duo trail.east, like Would Columbus advise Fine Kumquat PreserveOne 1'1' !M I.< fomer:Miirph romer.),Judirw onald a dais'Juv.Yountr.service.. __. 4.1,7K J 3 n Q () () ..10PRINTING> () () () {) <

1.7R 1
S, to reach the west coast rather I.r 1. ('otner1Lrurrio4andothers, J iuringandnlhels .14 '.5 ;1] I;
It Farmer
than tackle the famous short cut pound of kumVjunts. K H Farmer. onalrl Y,.unf: .. 4 JOI. ..!
t., until every Inch of it is pulled One of R Farmer. feed to prUor-errt 3 : '
+ from the awamp.-I L. M. pound sugar. Lit"', met. fcervan'lt jolt H'' ,t .
One quart of water. Milton Pled1 i. f-e. l",1,!',
Clean kumquats thoroughly liy, >. K,ills' *..n. -1.1' : ... 'I ::
r' For rapid healing there is nothing washing with soap and water; sprinkle Combs Yonntc. ,- '".'.
'' It mends torn c'llnton Young: soii 0 si- .
like Liquid Bororone. with ,I of 19):! H
soda, using one poun ,,1. It Farmer .outs court '.! ,
flesh heals cuts burns or sores so |!' soda to one quart of kumqunts .1 1. liverntriet. costa null I 11: .
quickly no time is lost from work. Pour sufficient<< boiling water over J \i Coopi-r. walk, ac fair fen ,7 7 (1nl I :: I
Wrick work at -
Sold bvBoberson's !
?1 Price 30c. 60c. and $1.20. ** this to cover the fruit. Let stand Houelt HRnHkronr.Jxllowell i
}, Pharmacy. (ten minutes. Pour water off, and lines. work nl fair) _ non ,
.I | of ]M 1 Stout, hauling. looo I II
/rinse thoroughly three changes
i GROVELAND'S MYSTERY CROP I"I: rinrk. haillliiu 17 21:
water. :Make a slit one-cjuarter of i P Tlmmons. luilnnie on Fold 2250(4 I i iPioplim
,'; PROVOKING MUCH INQUIRYt an inch long in one side of the kumquat 11 prank p \mint loan / / COMMERCIAL BOOK AND POSTER
then place in kettle with suf- : Pi.opI.-H. Ilimk Int.'reM 1./lttO/l"1 B ,

William Schafer an inventor ofF ficient water to cover; and boil for : : ;- S Sn
; Pittaburg, has become the owner sf I'I' ten minutes.. Pour this water off Han Had SI Trouble for Seven | ,

some twenty thousand acres of land and drop the kumquats in a boiling I, Years.Theodore I|
near Groveland Lake county-his I,! sugar solution made by adding one I II Sanford of Fcnmore,1! is no other investment that brings such sure and con- &

llr" purchase including, a factory site. pound of sugar to one quart of water. -I Michigan, has had stomach trouble* j rHERE profits as printed salesmanship as we do it. There is ". :
along the Atlantic Coast Line; and I I Roil slowly until transparent for seven years and could not eat I "
proposes to open up a new industry I I and until the syrup gives.. a slight: ; vegetables or fruit without pain in I no method of getting business inexpensively. While .:

w> '. _if reports printed in the Commercial jelly test. Pack kumquats in jars the stomach and restless nights. .Rv I you are thinking of a plan of campaign you may betin need of Bill- [)\
}. of Leesburg, are correct. When i I and strain syrup over them. Partially taking Chamberlain's Tablets he is 1.
questioned as to the use to which I seal and process pint jars 15 min II III now able to eat vegetables or fruit heads, Statements, Letterheads, Envelopes, Looseleaf Devices, Receipt. "''j j' '\'

,the large acreage was to be put the utes. Seal while hot.CHURCHTWOMAN without causing pain or sleeplessness .Books or Labels. Now is .
new owner said: If troubled with indigestion or THEKissimmee
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"What I shall produce on this land DECLARES I constipation give these tablets a the time to follow in footsteps t: ..

Is practically unthought of in For-! I il IN FAVOR OF DANCING trial. They are certain. to prove of that army of successful merchants
ida. It is a product that will not decay beneficial. ** : Valley Gazette
P who in fortunes
are, making
it for hundred j I ---- I CJ
-can keep a years I: To inform the world "where my
if necessary. It will revolutionize' heart I is" Miss Alice Robertson the Land Company Promotes Building for themselves, building up (HOME OF GOOD PRINTING} ;.
thing in Florida. I confident 011|
am congresswoman-elect from Oklahoma ,11
new the industries rapidly. I II
I II'1 my position and have the means back attended a dance of Muskogee, Without advancing the price of great so

of it. When I complete the selling Oklahoma Post of the American Le building lots one firm in Birming CJ I Let us do your printing. -:- -:: pRONrt IEU311V11V1EE.: FLORIDA t.

..c' and development organization with gion. Miss Robertson who is an ham. Alabama is offering twenty J
i eastern capital I shall advise you ardent chug ;h worker took thousand feet of framing timber free I I n 9

but, it would be unfair to me at this with the Legion when a sides I of all charges except drayage to ,1
f 1 time to divulge the name of the product minister assailed the Legionaires each buyer of a building-site who j I = r1

;' t r land that and will manufactured be planted there at Grove-, for ,condemning Sunday blue laws.. I will The proceed offer is at standing once to open erect. a for home.but ') \> ( > ( > (> 0 0 <0Ui > <> ( > (> (L-iL-J .it

4y when it is known or after my pro-:: Watch Kissimmee Grow. a limited time.

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_ '" THE SSIMMEE VALLEY'f. ; FRIDAY, MARCH 4, "1921 : j

_____________________________. ______ NINE

1 '.P."".-a of the primary election., In-. ,1'i

1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISJ\1ENTS.1; F-LEGAL I ADVERTISEMENTS -1 II eluding the pnyment of Inspectors and "!
,<; prlllli of ballots, etc.. the '
. ..nt'nt. levied
are Jt
mm 0$ FBBPIEB II ..' against prospective candidate forth \.!

FOR SALE LOST AOTKH' OK HHKHIFK-B HALM Ida be married W. Tantum end and Viola her D.husband Tantum It and ah* I vurlouB, Mayor offices five,. dollar.. be filled. : .1\

Kim HAMS-Two Koud milk co", a. J. UOST| -Brown Bilk' umbrella' In I In the County Court. Oareola. County her husband. If abe be married Ir lara CI"rk' and .Tax. oul"ltor. five *ol- .

\V. "II lilt r. 12-2t road station aturda)'. ,' l'all.1 Florida: uaceola .Hard"'arl t.'omJiiany any of the same. be deceased or otherwise }
IA'awith a rorporiitloil, plaintiff,. va. W.P. almlnl an Interest in the above I Trea..ur.I. five dollars. I,
etln ofllcu. Mis. A. '
II SELLS Ft lit HA UK:-Hllver'tonvd (cabinet Vie l>. linker. llllxANNOUNCEMENTS I Orlflla and II. K Huirera coparlIICTB ; ... : All of whose reslden- Mltmbe. City lBB eoun..I' five dollar. J
trclii. tent, 7xV. and a 4-liole. wood- doIng tiualneaa na fJrlflla & Itug- c.. and addresses are unknown.: YOU The '
sto\4-* all ImrKain price. Lrf'avlntf era, d'f"ldalll Aaaumpalt daniatreaf and each of you are hereby. commanded tolowlnl Inspei-lors' and clerk

II. ,city. K. T. 1:6: Main street. 100. -. to appear In the above entitled are BiiUI. .. d..lrnal'd to* conduct the
Fire Life. Accident and H-itx NOTICE la hereby given that undefand cause Oi 01 before the 4th day of .1..Uon:
by vh-un of of ":xPulllnI".ue" April. I UJ. .... Inapectiir: .nhn McPhatter Marion

Health Plate Glass. Lia- FOR. $.\ooiKllllon..."].-A colfee-mlll.about twpnun In flrstrlHMM : I I (favor I II, tlio the. plullUt alio,'\\I.1.nnd led iiifalnat cause.. the II drew WITNESS, Judge of Honorabl.. , Court C. O. An and .rm'.r.Clerk ;-T4MH O13ORQIW.A. K N.Thomas:Clark..-

caituc'lty A harfralu. Mn)' l>.. si-en d..t.nd""ta. date February16th. my name aa Clerk thereof and the P-St.. .
and Boiler Insurance. liiillcy'a! 1ructT)'. Halnl Cloud 1121. and bylrtuo of an order scat of aald Court at Kls.lmmee, ( .....- f _Chairman. _
II bility '
of ( eOtre.I 1i| the abovv mledcnuav ola County Florida, on the Slat day
KOIl l.rliidr >t>u.K FOil MAYOUAt on tin 17th day. of Kehruarv. of December.. 'A. U. 1920. Jo'.it'l KOII 1'IHI.ICATIOV _)
Dial on M",nda\'. March 7t h. A. (CIRCUIT COURT REAL)
mmm .
Bonds oraaa. .i avetrummlmn 112.
Executed stro** Hepartment
Legal th- Interior
....... ...l4.. tr.r. (. .warlcrii tire. solicitation of ii large. number 1H21 during t1><> It-mil hoursof J. I*. OVKKHTRKKT. i.and (ifflco of 8
flvi arrra of a oid '..d. ...Ni of. my friends I Ii4'rcliv' announce H"Ie ul I he CIO. Dock. at the ..foot I Aa Clerk of the above Court. Vt'l>ruarjf aln, ln"vle. Florida,
F' Same Day Needed. of nblrk I.. prrlsllr. adapted (a4Kras mVB4'lf ''a candidate for tti4> ofrtee 4if of ) A\-4iiu< I In Klftiflnmiee I .I"r- KRinna A HTKKP. Notice la hereby ttlven
, ..Olterp ..d mil of I. hlek Inrlesjred ,, mayor of KI..lmm.. subject to the ida. I "II I iiffi.r for Mill 5-, and I "ell. itthe > Solicitors for Complainant. 4-131 ) of Loknur. Florida that who.Jamesates.
and ..d.... plow ....11 I White Man H Primary t4i be heldon Ii I" lildtlei' for cash. In hand I January 18. I9IK. made .Homestead on
.mount !. mood ....d.. ...... 'ibis March 6, 1121 I d..sir.-. to thank mvfrlfnda I he rnl.,1 tle"ft I Ilifll 5'E'>,pem to- ..AUMIMHTHATIONalloa Entry. No for lx>t f of Section
pls).*. l.. 4r..Bt........1. ratrd to Kiasie. ( kind support in the wit \ .|| ) 26. 1176.S. 14
OFFICE: Stall Baik Building 0. brick road ...] I.. rl, (I)......1. > Meridian, has Range filed notice K. TalIanaasc4 of-

to ..-........ rhvrrh ..d pta.lbs. )'4)iir support and Influence nffuln equipped with tw o-< \ Iliidei. lair- ( onatr. State of Morlda.Kstllte Intention to make Three-year Proof. ,'
+ ,, II In Brlrrd to aril sad I. l.romlalal faithful. aervlce In the dls- banks inKlnHaiti : <' lo establish claim to the land
wwrtkr of <-!..* .......h..lo.. *>.. 'hRr", the ,juti.'. of the ofllfill , I piopirty liavliiK I tiern le\letl of Net t Ic Blake 1 descrlbi-d. before clerk Circuit Court.
1).1. al (....... ..fn.i ..... II-U: !M UlFAKgnFOi upon hm<> under ci" I 1,1 Writ ot Kxccutlon lIT TIIK Jl'lxlF! 0114.111) COURT KicImm.Florida..' on the 26th
he of Whei.-ac. Evelyn ) hue day
aa ( pioixitv Hie defendants Hal a applied
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DR. R. J. DENNING i FOR i SAMO A bnrKnln. Atilo Kamp MA1IIII I III tilt, RI.".'' KtVl' I. d I"M" to this Court for ."' . of Admlnlatiatlon March. ..121C1.hnt a* witnesses.
I this I" IMJI on thu estate of N.ltliItlake i nam.
Kiink Kit Call I'lxli- HcrIc.Sta l 1':1. .
of Lokoin1",
DENTIST: tion 12-It x f On. h..hal of /nnorn"l.. T M Mur- H KMIMKH.AB deceasi'd late of aald County of <>sciola K M. MII.r., of Uokosee.. Florida.ran :.
pI i) hla ,. I I w." .lnd1dlfor ( Haas of Weiaisville.
x Over the Postoffice.! ron SAI..H I -TWI> j,-r, ..w .I'IIWH.. ft4sh.nnl ; I 43. Mayor of the City' of Klsalmniee -._______._____ I I i2tJ admonish These Ar., and Ther4-fore slnajular, To the rile 1 kindred, and Dully (Juy, of Ht 'loud, Florida Florida.
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t OFFICE HOUU8 9 to 12.30. 1:10: to S.Residence W I Iturlx-r. phone 295.! I I22KIrW I (Tpon, l)4i Inir nppronihed on the subi XI1KK141 I IIIOI>ITOIIN and and ctcilftors of auld decease' to bv 10-Clx ReirlBter
befurthis ,
--- i ject he ...tlt..d that lie W4iuld mit .anI appear ( .i-t on or
I !. ('curt off the 4 onBt, Judae, tlNeeolaI heforithe S.I day. of Mar.-h A I>. 1 1921.
Phone (AI.":- Two l.trtrc stionir, wurk- nounce himself as a candidate. but If ; OR'M
174Office mules I am overstocked Apply| toW ,lected he couUI not 4ln lessthan unnli. Stale of Florida.In and, file.. objections.. If any they have. 1'10.'LA'ATIO'I..r
Phone 158 to th< granting or letters of AdminIstration -
. I. Kiirher I'hon.ZtK( 12-2U- serve and bv'
,1 re nutate of henry H FtrtltTo on .. ( otherwise thesam t ii'ptiWir vested la
XV.heiive .10
In Honorable '
Innouodll .. .n.'. I. J. S ( Major nf Hie
will 1.1.,1 City
all idttiira i.egt..ii. IHatrlbu- granted to said
KOIl H.\I.I.-.Ift la>''liiK hens one4Ml T. ti. .Murphy "I o.o'U"" that 1'\.lyn of Klsslmmee. .. .Iorlddo hereby
tees ,and all PeiBona Claintsor Hall or to some th4r fit announce -
.. having person or
could announce loIter for
> I old Add r,'as l <.fltofhr<> Hox nut a man proclaim and that
324. KISBimiiM-e 12-214 I 1ne. poaltloii. or 4iiiv that has already liinianda aualtiat I said KatateYou pi'rsonaVltii election will be held d..tar.. an
anil inch of \ < SB my name aB County Judge city hall.
C P. A. VANS AGNEW proven hlmsi' If of Klintiralue to you. sic h.rehynot In said
I of the Countv nforesnlil his the 4ltdiiiinar ihe l4jral hours
il..ii antl 8th
FOI( si.1.Thri... l Whitel.iKh4 ( 1 this city ittjiilitd tt prt sent anyilalniB .
pun'-hr.- ofotlnir
on 2fith)
day 4if
and .iiMiidH, , ulilch day '.f PehiuaryA I>. 1921 March
'i \V rt snet-lfully solicitnur you. or
ATTOIIXEV: AT-I.A\V >rri io'k..r.IH. K 'II'IH Htritln sup- illhtl, ..( alnat ctlna
Nu licttiT lo l> bid $2 60 I each1'lnli at I the I 4l4tlon I \ ." IU ha\t a" theestate >
v < .mln" .dit-e-s for ,
1"01 "> liit. of
'orrirKs . I. iki. Unixli. Striiii|> & Prnnl 1 HIS I FRIiviiKIK I.I .( I .\ I 11 Fertlr. ii.. ,'asetllate . ___ ('oulity' bIg ,.h.I't.t' \'IK in
116 for South Orange Avenue -..!: .:- ... MAflit' 'i'H'I.I' l .'x. tnttii" or soldstall. A > Oitti1AKAs I Hit. Cleik ni
I < il It SM.Inf.rlul.l.. ,' 'i.."111..11..p In |I within t \otait. fimii Hi, tint 1"0"- 0 Tr4-asurer ii T/x C.I'el.""

Orlando. FloridaHome { (lf\ with tao Ids. liiiKnln' will Al tht. solicitation, of ninny #t mv of rdlMBiee.. .. A...d Heellon. .\ is.>. to xer\e for the term of two
at.<,..|il, Kind I In u"iod .,...,,1111 I,,", III fiiends, I I hettwtth, I pri'St. .lit nin'inii.. I IMilitl t I I"it it tnlx i h.; A Ii 1920 TllltKK of the Ordlasnee KB til led \tais' Thte4. nit' of the
|1..1 pnviM'iit S.,.. J ?.IlIiatl.-r. nH a 4nndfdHte nomination. fot I be .1 i. )oiitsTitiur. AN OKI UN.\.VCKAn Council "
I .. Address: K tHSllllll''*' 11tfrnu |."Mitlon of ma\oi of KiHHlmni4t, .. ,"hI I -91)t KxtiiiloiX : I OMllnaiic" to Iii.. t'ae of 1 htiebappoint T N (Clark .1 McPhattir
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Winter Park. Florida I jtct to ti clHlon of Hieottrs "- \\attr and the Cltv of .
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I I I I SAM: ituii\ KHHI) i,,,IM,,,TililitH. I I I I In I th" whllt I I pLlmiiron I'll IK: 01- 1I'Fl.I(1'Jli\ "'UI "\ HlHHlmmec.. Florida and KtKiilatlnK, lor_. 101.1 .1 Mlllson as. as clerk Inspec of
---- - ( fj: |i.-, 0"''). Hh' M I.-'h', Saturday March 6. 1521 Pot three ., DKFIINotlt : : i Li. I '.\ Inch I thertfot ati I" .1 I V 1'1, I.. I. 111 I Kioiil Htni-t Kticr...ssii. 'e l.lniH I bin.- sei v ed i Hiep l IK I lltitli\ 111-,). ThaitttoiKt ii, M4'thods of FurnlshliiK such I "I".to..111. wbeleof I ha\e hereunto
-- - - - II 2lxOI ..oilt| > of KlKHiinmee In I Ills Hnmtciiiiitll I PililfK I puitliaHii of 1.1 \\ tpl- .anil, l.luhls t'. the 4'itlxens net .tn \ hrMVfl' ns Ma\or
. I I s So I '1112 ,mil I I I'HI! 4. dtititl .. of said City
" I | \ anil I fi 1. with mv anil ft.i H- ( "I..t," of \\at.i, and and taiiscd the ni ill of
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYAT that 1 niralii. oftit r'I""I-1, 1.1.I ; ",\ ..f .1 ii'A l I'. I PUS: I loisiii.ii I.lulu lulls said Clt\ lo be
i.', lt VM.I': I.'I .r thii, ...i 'nl 11 wlh hi unto afllxitl this 2Mh of Febniar
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sht! tlllt anil '
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.. ,, cretlil,I anil HIII"ra.I ." 1 .. I I t ls niv nfl. in: IT ouiixiNKii I 1 I HY Tlf.; ('o"N'I. \. ,\ Ii I 1S2ISKAI. I
ke..lle .h,1
< -oiiiitt la' "lo I.
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.LAW "pit'tlati' the ..supptiit of II "I"j has mad .1 .ppllt. .it itm fut I. >tl ttilaHue "op THI: 'ITY OF : ( ") ,
arr.' ( U'lidtlH.( HI i.izttlo <.rn.) i II tf \ II .i II .'I' t/", /SaidtllllMlMtlK Tliil, Section Three, nf the I IntlItance JOHN S t' U>KU "
It M \ .1"1" Mil
or of the .
) Cit
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,, KIsMlmmee.
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Warner Building. "KolC l R'LI'-lIh': i.Hl 101 l'ii"-,-. itinitl, nf I-OII ( 01,N ". 4 % .".rlht'tl i pi '
-. _ Church und, SI..uh' HtrfilH KlHHlnim \ I lio i Itl i. toI'. it (''Itv of Klsslmmee, Florida. and Refflilntiiiur .1 R 4IIM1RKTCll
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.. . .00..0.000.0. .. . .. Toller 'JJ.XtPolt I .II"IIlon 1.\1..1 to ent.l. Hi I :I i luii.. anil\ l.otn 17 toJ4 I ro\ltliiiK the Methoda. tif Furnishing ) 12-41

race for ru nil I su I. )" I to the IrcltiHlv tiiibiattd In Citllllrttt* HIM'h \Val. and l.lKhts to the Cllliens( In ('Ir..ull' Coui' for
:' M. TILLER l 11.1'rh."p' | one HuliK foul III Hiilln of th. white"''man'M ",'Imar' I.. No IMI4! Illtit K I. Hi"/Subdivision. of and for I the Colltctlon of Water and Ju.Iieial\ 1 Circuit of the tle Seventeenth , ititinlnu oid,'r. (u will trndc tn be held on SalunliiMnrth, l r.. 1 1I 1921 I I .1 I K N, o. iintl "P. MithewAiltlltloii ii .iKht mils l, amended to read as na In and ror Osceola. State of Fiori ,
for Mitiall" ,, Kurd on*. go.uJ plunn ala htnrtilv .n favor of constructs I I. KlKKlinniii' <'!t\ followsSiftlon I "Chnnier IlaUd County la ,
I $2liO< tint tfoo'l era (fiR; (hint' ., I-- Inslind of ,I. ,Htrtutl\e' administration Th. saiil I lam, ) l.t'inu aKst'KStd attht I A flat rate of fifteen \.a Ida Mal.loyd l.loyd.. tomplalnant. h
SI lr alao oth,'r furnltiirt. \Sa inttd.tiol I dii.-' ol iKHiiant t.f Hind' <.eriifirnt.s respohdent Or-
BLF.l3LlA9HSt?? ! !! > of the nffalts of KlHslrnmtoi tents < 1< ) pj i Kilowatt f4ir all elec dei' for Publication. The
, ; 1 lat,"T than Aptll( I 1. on' IIAIIHOi > will appit4late. hip 01.." RUtnnin In tin, nnin. ,.i-rot h., and M illltla trl.r.,1 foi lights or other pur- Hlorlda. to Ida Ma>' Lloyd .06M state of. ,
-lai'< tn or two or Ih.". room 'forliiiHli.ind rt H \VllltAi.t.FOR \ I 1',1'"' Hiilil. t rtilltntiH, Hhall ioit.p wih.. mllllmu" tharire of On' Iflth F. 1
Realty Bought and sold. and wife It I It l< UIM HIUI -- -- -- --- -- -- I.e ,led. . .acft.l' dlliK to law tax Hollar month mtttts to bt* rad ..'.... Itr..t Indh.nap.l. Indian. or .I
I I I i l-tf<' "<>l M 11.MAN tit.,.d will. (tpniie on till2'itI.. dai of monthl. ext.ept, that all motors. ", You. are It may con
HOUMS rented. I Mar,-Ii, I ) 1D21J and .I''H. wil a capacity. of be'rl and appear In the above to !I
roll sLlSIX, l..i] Hlnit Mnrlln. I Iflft'j To lh.I Cltlzenn of Klnnlnini. I. iIl-lesTieilT.: : .liiOO watts pt r hour more hefhatK'd eus., entitled
lh "
Taxes paid and Titles verified c.lIhr.100"( or ..h..I i A l hen. Kull apprtilitl\e of Hit. IIIHII\ (H' lerk Clrtult <*t.uit' "IMI iol.i Counl\ I for ..1"11', current 8hnl the 1J2I. \i"y* ihe< ltull 4th' day Ilay' of'" A D

for nonresidents.Fire. ualn at Icn dollarH '-. < M KI \ torn shown m\ H"1 aiitl I (,,0,11\ alnc4ninkfnc PlorldatCliciilt ate of Klulil <.lt" file) per K W othdwlse the bill of ,' :rJli ,
I 17 .l.IIrtte ..1..1 K1.- Court Stnl> 11-51 I filed
innuhtnn ; our Ith you In KlHHtmme ,- __ Hour or a Hat rut Lor motor of 1225per In said cause will be
Life and Accident In- "Imm"' 11-21x ., 1 offer to serve you as Couiiciliiirfn horse power PIT month and a feBaed aKaln.t as con-
the lionorahle
- --- -- -- -- -- -- for the ensuing t.r" Should TUB TUBSKVRNTKKNTH iliarice at the rai.of One ..I..r per C O, Andrews Wln"H., .
BOAT l-'Oll H tl- -Aimnpt motor 1 JUI>ICl M. CIRCUIT of the
surance. new It pleaseou, to honor me with \ ouiot.s month for .nth 100.I IIlhl allelertrlc above and I
boat rapacltv R or 10 panvfnKcra. in> ..fT i. will l>e de\oto to OK THK STATE OF ORIUV.. IVANI lights ( of business : the seal my of name Clerk
Indemnity Bonds. in fut IOIIR ; all) dvprcBB lum- the btttetment of. our community > FOR OSC-:OI.A rOUNTY- INCHANC1.HT houses other than lIghts maintained .. oto.u"J said court at
hfr ITIco. t2.! :> innpl.e. or will A. HOS"S I., II. Whltlock. Com : by the Citv. ...hal be made. day Starch Florida A I), on 1911 thla the Ird
I Mill bout without motor for 97S plainant. V.'raus Thomas' O H" Id.t I such lights to be not 10nK..rthnn J '
-- - P O. M.ri.l..'. KlHHltmnoa. Park Sir al. rtapond nts niLI. TO QUIKT Till.K twelve hours out of twvntyfourat Clerk Circuit Court* OVKRSTREBT
-- -- DO YOU KNOW THESE ORIIBR (W IM7B-LICATION: said rate The said rhiinite In Osceola County. .'
O_ F KH1H11K W J. STEEl> roil SAI.K I."rl".n chaFes of al.0 ....\( TUB 8TATIJ (. I.ORII1A I rates aa ....1 forth herein shall take (CIRCUIT COURT'Inrld.
the KlBBtmmi.f ir.and Cold INCOME POINTERS? TO Thomas. O ll.,Id and Kllsabeth efTei.t and apply after February 1. KUINSTON A ( MEAL
v KRIBBS &: STEED StnrK f'ompanv; Kor Information TA S Hi'Id. lila wifeHornet; Hum.'y.1 1921. Counsel for ". JARRKTT.
apply to 11 T !Itulli. former man ('hurl,'" S Cary. and Wm Roawell Section 2. All ordlmtnci's. or parts n..
il' A......... mma I ........1..1''' .. !.... .iK" <>r. SI V<'rona .tr.-i-t. KlK"lmmtc6tf Numerous errors in claim for d All of whoae ri.aldenci-s and .ddr"H" of ordinances In conflict herewith be I. .'ircult .ml.I'lnanl.
. Kls..lB m4rr. Florida ctuctionn have h4 lire unknown You and ,.a4 h 4if >ou and the same ar... her*.by M.vewb
discovered, in taxpayers' J.dieial lrnlt ., the ...... ., .
h Grmrrml practice !a all Sl.t. ..* -- --- ----- lilt* h..r.h, C4>command to apptar In Read a first time In open .. .. I. cad for Flertda. ,'
. I mltra !'OI..... ('..ur... VOlt SAI-R-ftnv Tletl Klectrlc Wall I returns the al,o\ .. entltlt (","in.UI, or .fore anti hv unanimous consent placed upon I .......1' 0..1. < mmmtr. Im ;
t'I'lattl'rRrllcall nt-w At a reaBonnll I To he allowed d..(lu< lion for losses II. 7lh 11.1)' of Maich A I 1921. its. second reading and paa- pl.I....,. ...llrmrf. HIsBrbe II, 1..1'.. O4 _- ,"
- -- - -- price Apply Valley OnE must be confined to the following, TO Ml parties. ililrnlnu an liil.r- are atirl unanimous.! ".......fna .rd. re*| oadeBt. f.rt. llow

t 1 \. J. W. THOMPSON .u tt._.. __ _ __ _7-tf_ classes : Losses sustained in trade or eat ll>-kliinlnu In the i r.l.wln". I item Klst'rllietl of land I h.. 1V21 This 1st day .f F.bruarA.. D f)lll)KH o K PLICATION

, Poll I SA i.i.; I'otBto-farmliiK I mn hln<'r liuimeRs; losses sustained in trann- S.MI HIM.'HI ...nt.r of Hloc "W" of If XI RRBAKHRAttest It appearlnir ,.
rv at pri'-war prlceM. one plinKiOMA actions entered into for profit though llenrMatht w a Addition I.. the President of Council to the hy appended.
. : Town of KlHHUtilntt I II II liii 111 fl.d in the above slated .
'Funeral Director l <1,llnr-dlnr nne MrWhoitirftrtlllfter V. rId. J R <:II.HKRT.Cltv iiiuse '
dlnfrthutor$ Imiulre at not connected with I trade or business run thente I"::"iHt **.u f..t th.nre North (Clerk Is a ( Oertrude Howard '

.. l.upftr A Prathpr .garagilirnaI. ; losses sustained of property 234 feet tlient4V> 8t 122V* f..I. (SEA LIAtrove.l 1 ami niiti-ri-sldent her last known of the State of Florida \

! AND vvity. 6'tf not connected with trade or businessif South I 71 %( f-I thilice .last:. this 1.1 da}' of February hlottK, Illinois and that residence she was I
. 11 feet and theme South 1 r.0 fei t to A. It 1921. the IB ov..1 ,
"'(3--: SAL.K--One Naiih. touring car arising from fires, shipwreck place 'of beKlnnln. All !lying Inand J. S. CADKL. therefore owe of twenty-one years: '
I LICENSED EMBALMER and ono llaynvn,, eenpaBBenfrerlo utorms. or other casualty, or from being: A part of nn}! 'kH..nry "\V of said Mayor. defendant ord.r..d that the Bald nonresident -
[ be
and abe
rlnK nar Roth of thesei at Imr- theft. To the extent any of the above A. Mnthew's Addition to the requlri-d to la hereby .-
gain prieba. \V I). )Mnklnaon. Town of Klaslmmee. Cltv. Florida un- lAi.LFt)5t, WHITK 111'.1 to the. bill of
t Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave.KIS8IMMKK. C"i i losses are compensated for by Insurance tler Thoml8
' KLOHIUA they are not deductible.To "Itt'. Homer Rumspy; The oily executive committee of the A. I>. 1 ;d'rh" 'I.4th day of April.
'. KOR 8AI.K-Ponie.. Kaddle HorncB be allowed aa a deduction in the Chat'lea R Cary and'o. Doawpll. If "white man's party In the .city of said will tha allegationsof .
and tnarrB 150 up. S-o;: \V. 1'':. Parmer return for 1920 loss' have any of I name "e &,,"" or otherwise Klsslmmei hereby rail and provide forholding by said defendant ai confessed
a must claiming Interest thereinAll .''
foreman. New Kden llantation. an a "white m.I' primarydee- 1
It Is further
near Sa r..a.*... Kla. or A, KThremaH. been actually !sustained during that of whose rt-sldencea and addresses 101. to 1. hi.Id In Oh..itc. of Kisslm-. h,,. ordered that this ord.r
.. alm....... are unknown "tXou and ach of in 4ompllanee' with puhlllh'd one a week for four
Kl Kin 42-tf year A feel certain you the laws of .. ,
may "
taxpayer are hi rehv ..d to 'In the of Florida said' ,, weeks In The ,Klsslmmeenllo
DR. BUCKMASTER ---- -- -- -- .omiun appear 11101. prlmar to
I KOR SAI.I4-Good Bvronil-hlind Kold I that real ( ewned by him is the shove ." ...UH.. on or before be .1 in'IIIK the hours 11X4'd L.' law \ \ said.( ."U"., a newspaper published '

care Ham G. KaKBdale. 'hoti2a.. worth than what he paid for it. th. 4th tIny of April, A II. 1121VITNF.H3 for the holding of .4lt.ctlons. on Hatur This. 1st County. and State. I.
31 .tfKOH A merchant may be convinced that \ U. Honorable C O. Andr. day In"'h &. 1D21 for the. nomination day L of,. March Iflll ;
---- - .' Judge the aho\e Court. and of .. for elective offices OVFH8TRKKT,
", 'lr..I"J "
stork .ly' (I"'k ( '
certain be Court
sold unless
cannot Osceola
801.1'In] .S lo -KBllon; liar my .om. as Ciet I thereof and the to \oltil for at ( tct'neral election I County
KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPATH 'elM. anlutely% pure cane. iivrup marked below cost r tn either event eel. Court at Klsnlmniee OH(' to I be lull In said city of Klsslmmee j Very finN.w c\preHB harreln however is entitled to a claim ola County, Florida on the tit day on *Saturday March 20, 1921 Kit COI7KT SEAL) M
References, any bank here. lit a for of Pec-enh-r. A. I>. 1O20 .... .....1..... at KleetoraThoae I' SoLicitors A. HTEEt), .
I harr..1 real B>rup and rut H C L. deduction until the Ions is made CIRCUIT COURT 8F.AI. and onlv those persons, shall for Complainant. It If "

A; only Site for next fifteen dava. f, o. absolute by sale or other disposition .1, I. OVKKSTRKriT.AB :be 'pet milted to vote al. or participate OF 1
-, h MadlBon KlnK ber\'. Madlnon. of the property. Clerk of the above Court In, the management of said primary NOTU'I AI'PI.ICATIOW FOR TAX
Florida 10-41 K RlnB STICKIl ,lection who are white <*l<*ctora. who UKRU.Notice 't
I OFFICE AT RESIDENCE Claims for leases must conform Solicitors for Complainant 4-Mt det- adherence to the -
----- -- principleand 't
f FOR SM.K- -Klnifl' Pomb White. Leghorn closely to the wordinl of the Rtatut. -- ; I."I; II;" of the "white man a" liell Oreen la That 1.- '
f I Corner of Clyde Avenue PICK": "'arrl.IIO and 2RO-Btraln ; A loss the sale an IN TUP! ('IHCUiTCtlltT! OF THF! II"t'' the city of Klsslmmee. who No 1205. of Tnx Certlncate '
\ $2.6O for fifteen eggs; 11260 per RKVFNTKENTH JUI>ICIM. CIHCITIT : ale bv the laws of the city of Klnslm- dated the 2d day of
! ..d Emmett Street IOO Apply to A. 1> Marston. automobile purchased for personaluse OF 111" STATK OF 1"'A. IV Inc lawful electors who have on or July. A. n 1917. has filed said certificate 1
.. lllle Addition.. PoBtofnce Bos PI.nti. is. not deductible because it is AND OSCBOI.A IN before February In my office and has made appll-
Klanlnimee 76tx MM.\: RtxiKRI, poll taxes for the. 1a:2119IP.I \ latlon for tax deed to Issue In accordance I
, not a transaction "entered into for (IAN'NHY. cnm'j
with law.
pIRln.I., V'rHIH'' T II >1ale\'. who have rpol"l..r..d altS 2V Hald ...rtfc.t. em o'braces .
, -- - A loss the
, volt 'SALE-Two boys aulta. 4yearold profit. sustained by a tax- .. .; lU IA. TO QUI ET: Tl-FlK": IIIR March 121 and who pI.... following dl prop ,
K: .1... \elvrt. one dark blue one payer in the sale of his home is not 1 tlltPKR OF .tILI\TI"N: TIIKSTATK i 1 thtmB4lV4B 10 .."Id. by the. results of erty.ida. situated In OBceola County, Flor
dark tcreen. Hunnlnn .ty1s. white deductible for the that OF slid primary election and vote for the to-wi:
<'liar and cuffa. detachable Nearly reason TO T R Hulev and his. wlr... If lube nomlneea thereof at the enaulnR city'ectlon [(" ft. 8. of NK Cor of Lot. I*.
narily when a man buys a ordi-I I ., F I,. &; I Cop Addition to Klsslmmeo
[ CITYMEATJARKET new Apply tOI Main street 4.-tf ".rrh'd Thoma. R Ilallev and \
and! moves into it hE has nd Sarah A. llallny, .. IfiVllliinn QKaliaeatloiU off Taadldatea City run S 40 ft, W SIS ft. N. 4* '
FOR BAI.K Hudst, and his. If he I lit led I and. ft. l315 ft.The .
-One Kmemon Typewriter tion of selling and has not "entered wlfii. man ; Those onl\\\ those persons shall
model three, vlalble. .. rood .. new into Joseph, II Hutlson. and hiM wife. J behe be permitted to cantlldati tlrotn.a I said land 1"lnt assessed at
transaction .
Apply Valley. Gazette. tf a for proft"DELAYED I ruarrid: OeorKe K Il.I"." hiswifi ) to be voted for In said primary diii.of .I/o..e of said certificate lathe
I .. he name 4>f 1.lul. Muse Kst Pnlesa
a I If be married ; I I I (Iirdn. who pledic themselves .
0 KOH SAI.K. For npnt. Furnlahi-d INFORMATION ..r nnil his wlfJ Li.he marriedCharts ; I abide by result of n:: ,siitdriifleett'. shall. he redeemed ac> \
Koomq and No Trespass CardB 10 Ft I an"'IIR' N Canby. primary eltctlona and support 'ordlno to law lax died will I..u.
.nta ,arh at The Oaxette ofttci49lf- REGARDING SCHOOL BOARD as TrnMe4's. of of JIll", ph no/mint I "> s thereof; who are q| Uillnetlumtei 1".r. .. on the 4th day of April, A
''H. Tanll" Charles n Lore the. laws. of the State of Florida :
I I tS..a..1 ;
Fresh Meat and The old aol. \llalnf .\nhv. as Trust.. and cltv of Klsslmmee to hold nfflce J I. OVKRSTRKKT:
building once used as a Clerk Circuit 1 Court Osceola County.
WANTED. and JIM .IIor" unt-r tbe last Will ',1. t of Offlre* .. I.e Killed.Kac ;
I colored school in West Kissimmeo |Innil 'lton-nt of JoHtph H Tanttim 'h (iltrtor In the cltv of l\<....Im. I'lorila.itircmli {
VegetablesPhone I has been sold for $100. I Idtieasetl ; Annltk I I Tantum and her ole,' iiuallfled to viiiin said t irlinarvi ( Court S.'nl 1.6
I. \ I HtAN; \'ASSKiNI'KI' I KIIHVBl'llllIK ., .. .
h -i
IhuHbantl!. If she Perrev I ( i ctlon .h.1 have the rltrht tf ole
/ hOIIHI-hllld (I ll\l I I" .> IVxUltHllllplt I Judge T L.. Comer han turned over 'fiIi urn and his Vl Inrrl..1, marrb III said prlmnrv, for: MlTK'K TO itN'I'IA'TOflS

> :111 ItlltH .XtldleHN I K: l IjMIIII to the school board $180.50 derived ii. .., .n H Tantum' bis. wife, if One candidate for mayor UX
44 -, l.mplie: 'HoKl." I li I.indo. I 11ir-l I from issuance of hunting license I hi' be married ; Ida ,,Ine Tantum nnd 4 >iie candidate for clt'rk find tax Noticewill Is h.rely Klven that bids \

I hut 01 ,\tlantl< ('It) S.' l.-l-'tx' during January. lHr ), hiiHbantl, If she inariltd, andlnla 1,1.1."r.t '. he reielxed bv the 1".tS.t I'
1 \ I Inniiim ', hiiHbanil. I If treasurer ilmllittnni.sionera 4if ,
\\\NI'iii, . Miss Albinu Snuthv I "I'r .. ... ..101.1101.or I .. t'. Florida to and "
HI < iinil-hiiiKi' rlillnu xailU. I has been al- Mull, ,i.e ,mnrrun. iii wn.. re..m. nr. Tin, i .II.I"t for m"I.r. of .11. up h'"tSlnr
- .. S.. n.1| full il.tallw toiii|>lrlf. InKitlni lowed $ () for prizes to be distributed ..H I n.1"BM's are unknown I YOU Pit. \ < V '"i''*1 r Itt ,' \ < n onr I | 111 01.\ \l ". M..I..I.H the 4h c.v j.
with II,.. 1.,1 It'i. aNl<<"il 1. to :( anil ..a. )h i of you .a r- h"r bv emmarIi- 1 PlVH nil i.-rs of i xi'cutlvu' I rommlt11 c.r A "rll' l I'. 1 19 1. at the .( of
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING ltnll<'VH' IMMII\. .. Salnl, < '1..1I I among mrmb'"rM of the running clubs to npptnr In tin nh"\ P intltledCHUMP I .i' for om \ f-I" r : Clt 'k i .r h. en'i ult Court of said' '.
m -- --- ----, - -- The county superintendent has been ) on or hef.ire the 71 h of lime for MunllfylnMT i Crtiuilv.. at "I lHslmme4'. Fl4irldi.. for \ ,
\ VNTPIl: To tin.. ft.I, |u..pi-it' t ,tti-- authorized to make arrangementswith Star,. A 11 1111 1-i I h pennon <1"Hhlnl'o' hnh!* tli.. ."..trl..II"n of .plna..I. sit I.t,
All Work Guaranteed __ Ink the ""n",1"1. UK III.. TO The hit rs I l.iw of .lotin, n Hudson t,nut. printed on thprimary rl rtlon ,inlleit i t.f hard so rfimt-- road In Special I .
TnKei Kftit ral .i..ltv.-l \'. CIMKAItMRHS 12-1' the Bank of Onceola County fora '1..I..d.. Th.. .1. \lnt.. s. 1".I'r, tlM11 ) .' 1 Hot i an n enll,1atfor! nov city of | Ito,id! and itrtile.I I Illstrlet. No 4.; .andfoi ,
. - -- - ---- I loan of $$.OO() for ninety days, and, \ nf John n Hu.lHi.n ,ItCea51'uI. and (II ti... .hnl (Hit with t it IM rhalnnnn, of .' the sale of ."hI' Thousand (fsi 1.- "I.
A. B. YODER Bend today for a frteBaiiii that institution bas lieen instructed to | nil piirlles. .).Ialmln.I 1nl.'r.1 In ItO, I lifM \ft*. ,.n or IM tore 1..I.runrv full 1191) I..lar. ,percent serIal
I >l.* copy of the. Florida Former I land relnufter, I "",I'r ..Tntm'n | 22 1921.f his I n"11<.c of !I \' nnd I..''is .,Hon of In
and Hlockmnn. pul.Ilnhfd. at Jark- turn over balances m the general and ,' lludrton I ill.c..HHI.d, or otherwise ,.'pi.iI-slt.bii to lin\, < bus .am."ln''R'print- 5,,Iii I hIlt l-i-t "
Phone 324 KiMunmee, Florida .on v II I.T.lls uhoiit, Ii .fii1ork. ra Is- I district funds t4i the Peoples Rank of I i I I'Iainig I I nn. Intirist tln-r.ln The "-<1 upon, til:ink, to lIP furntnTii 1 livt Plans;I i.nil! Bpeclrtt! ::a t Ions' mav, be examined '
IIIK. dulr\lnir., ptiultry, fltrua fruit Saint which has qualified by hi'Irs. at law of .! Tl 'lintlim: dr. >- t iii- chtiiriiili of t htn .."mnll...... an 1oinria I at I be ,,ftilof the Clerk r>fht ...
, aiifl t".I U amount of his nrtiHKtn I Clriult I ''"rt of Osieola f'"uuf.
ear -tine1 I yearB fti5200.' Only cert numhpr.d 214 us the county i idepository I i.f J.IH. i.h n. Tantum., d.'< ,-n ", nt, ai. (tp*"i' lc.low and non "'Inr"t. nt KlsslmmeeItlvlit "
"W only Bought Rat Poison ll\l .-atoek and Kfneral fanning paper for all school funds |I nil paill.s: : claiming: : .in I Inti-r.: -:t''n illS ,i in H .f any nut. 'h < i ndUlatr shall hi is served reje41 any or ,

ZTWIcS." writes Jesse Smith N. J. In HiBtalp Write today These appointments have been 1 mil II..lln, ..r ,1rt lieu und.r .I.., ,I., ,inti. .rl upon 01 .-uuil-l or r"turnm, ] all proposal" ,"
- - -- - - -- --- made I enh" It Tantum. dpreis-.i. or oIlier-, I '.' lI.l. upon any mn'h 1..1..1 un. i J I.. OVFRHTriKKTCl ,
lilt I thrrw the first kmdaway.cnul.ln; 't h..I lthr6i.ingItoitb M NTKHVPI; NPItsn" w.nltB work : w blue iLilinliii an Inti.r.'St then*.In ati.l HH thin pM. ,\'iHloit Hhjill' l>ei.ntnplx 1l rl Ihe lloa-d (.r ,'...unI -

W ...... .cheese Tbrn tried Kat.SnMp. No liuutlrvein k txcept, ciinfliit. Miss, Eva Williams, teacher of sec AI.I. I'ARTIKS or pi'rsons lalrnlnir a-I, I '. ,f] w 1thKortn v I "iniT.lHBionerH. of ( iste12 .
.'alb..lulll; ) mint wnahlitK II- P..i \i...-k AfisItlloda and grade in the Saint Cloud school ]I intirest 'In the followln" d. I. riled of ll-illntu I rt obi I ..illitV. .I.'d.' ,
II ; '
I cnme in. rakcb all rradytouac. Speara. 14 ( .r.,"", ** iftlenl103IX 1101 .. lilt-h Is "<','I.d Inthe I Tile \ .lh,1 I In s.iii i prtmii, rv le.t loni
AaJltlurrdnnklllraU JV..6S> .JUS. Mrs. Annie Leo. Knight, teacher of the I I I i"ill I I l. l > Hrnt an 1 nc,'orid .'ho*,... i I
- Sold sad -- -- - --- --- --- Deer Park white school; I D. M Cooper, lt The Wi si-half ( W '4 ) t.I'I'he I ISouthwest [' I".* Hot, iu t-.mplIlic., with th I > pro In- FEBRUARY HONOR ROLL ,
< guaranteed by \\ ,AVTKIi: :" Two ",,1\ all' Kill"Mineral fur teacher of science in the Kilimmee'' qunrler 11"r the iorin of the .I"t. primary IHWH. an.1 l i ith I t'
< F.%TKAL ItHIICi BTOHKOMKOI. house work Ai>plat Log school. Northwest quarter ( .rtlonKourteen .' ".' inert of Ih. runditlnteii. for *iirh OF KISSIMMEE HIGH

IIRIDWAHE COMPANV llouaion: golf KiounuB. or phone., (14) Township Twintj-flve office hail lf printed 11, th. ballotIn .

27 10-2t (25 South Hanire Twi IK9Bast : alphabftU orderCsavaa Twelfth Grade Percie Oliver Lou.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS rontalnlnir twenty nlriJ\ln.\ of Ret r.. : ,
W ANTE!> AT ONCKSmall: orhungalow more or less under T n Halev A nil The committee aha 1 meet at K I Ovrrstreet. Maggie McCrama, 'I
Pat Johnston O P. CeAflRET : for vumnii-r must ha\t ARE READ VERY CLOSELY his wife If he b<>. married : Thomas HTlHlloy ociorl.I p. m on the 6th day of March Elizabeth Ledtxtter. Leah Herxberir.

JOHNSTON & GAaRETTATTORNEYSATYAW t>at4t.; must be furnished ,, muSt be and Harah A Ballay. his wrfe.: 112 In the City CounCi ,'hnmb.r of | Eleventh Grad J. J. McCrame ,
A : reslonably-priced Write to "Bun- William Hudson and his wit.. If he he city of KitI and publicly I : ,
w etalow" care. The Oaiette a.., Adverts your wants in the Val- married Joseph H ""daol and hi. canv&aa the return. "Pln axx'oManc** DorotHyMiller, 4ra Ploetx.
a If you have property wife I If he be ma rrh'tS : O orir W w-ith the primary ..oUOf law .f Klor- Tents) Grade: Ledbetter.: '

Officet : 10, 11 and 12, Osceol Band MISCELLANEOUS.SECOND for sale .or exehanr. or rooms for Hudson and hi. wife. If he be marned Ida. and what cand'dat. have Ninth Grade: [Elizabeth G. Moae- "
. Albert J and his wife.If ho*>n for . .
4 f. Buil4inr.KISIfl1EE. HAND rent a lma" in our h. be married Grdn..r; ... B Love and for and the chairman orl.. .otP Icy Phet Phay Mar Stanley.
FLORLDAa4fl OOODH. bought. Bold 4a >lfled columns will put you in William M Canby aa Trustees of the of thin committee wlhl. two day.
repaired Tb. touch with the people. you want to E.tat. of Joseph R. Tantum. dereas- tb..rpater. shall ". n.m. of Children have been born to Eski, _
.4. Chnrlm B. Uore. and William MCamby rccflvtna: the nomination '
reach. th. who 11
AI.I. KIXHS OF HHWINIi and imhroidsry 48-tf. more women were only year
4c Kxerutornunder for office to the
I aa Trustees and aa any city au-
: ) break a Cold Fey..4 work wanted at 102 the last Will and Tesljitnent or Bproule v.nue. Mrs LeO'. ll-ltx i Not all of us can be heroes, bat all Tantom. d.e.ased: Annie . */ this party for the oell.. to i o _ _ _ _

. ,lpp. quicker tkaa aaytklaf we of us can be patriot Payment of M 'Im and her: husband. I If she be top vqt P for at the general experts believe Russia has
ANT nNH enrout4- to MIami MUtr
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All the New Sh 0 des i in Voiles'per'yard 95c Received Tills Week: 1

I ; 36 Pair .Meu'li; English Toe Dark Brown Shoes; Special $5..50 i iJ
White Voiles, Best Grade. 36-in. wide, per yard <. 35c Dud 50c .

P ; Guurunteed to be all leather or your money buck. Try it alid sce. ii i
Organdies, .". 6-111. WI.d"I I--te, per yard .50 C' i J
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Men's All-Wool Blue Serge Pants . $5.5: 1.
:.i 40-in. White Organdy, per yard 75c = at .

: SHOES SHOES We Have thc New Styles SIIO S' SHOES 36-il1. Unbleached M.usHr.. Heavy Grade, per yard 5c \:

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i-Yh.S.C-:..:..:.;-: :-:.;.{.v'r: .iuv44r; ..:-}err'ri:-}( vCw-X-o o-+-X------: : :",".> re?.ident' of Kiisdmmee to enjoy the 11TnST RN.IOYAHI.T; : AFFAIRll ----'- -- ,
.> spott. The expense, of part.cipat nnr l'l.L hY OHIO NATIVES: ,

I in (the national:, gnim' is not nomin' (One long and bounteouslytilledtable ] AROGRAM ':
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H i LOCAL TALENT t tI al I rod ninny' are availing\ themselves on the lawn of the 1'resbyterianihurch
of the privlh. ,', ; one hundred and fifty mdi-
\ Itillal, intent satisfying keen
I WILL PRESENT I ""YTIIIISTEIS:;. ,appetite which had been whetted, by
I the sight of, and the odor fl'om. the,

"THEIR SIGH SEEING EXPERIENCE" I VISIT:More TA.II'TE"III'J.Jo Ihan: :0 i score:. of :ntemhrtof has most been.appetizing spread: outdoor in Osceola' meal county that WEEK BEGINNING FRIDAY, MARCH 4
KisMiuince' T.:0|'! : : :21 1. "PytliiiinSifters for" many a long day; happy fares
.. were guests' on :Monday et with not a grouch among the /gathering -
i : TUESDA Y; MARCH 8 : oiling, of l eleon Temple No. li,;, of ; /good-natured: sallies and clever FRIDAYEthel
Tampa, mal inir the trip by out onni repartee; all of this was noted alt
(nips the visit i h.infor/ the pur- t tilt., ,picnic' R' \'enV.dn"II,,). noon Clayton in
i iI prise of "rxempl ify ing the work! for and for two hours IIwr'aft"rwlwn
I i the lienolit, .of (the Supreme I'hief. Die ((11tiu> Club gave its annual picnic COMMANDMENT"t
:Minnie Itunli,",ir, who wn guest\ of for" the\ memberand a few invited SUNSHINE COMEDY "UNLUCKY JOB" V
t honor :at! Tampi. The' trip was pi'oniiunciMl guests.It .
I For Benefit of the Church f I delightful, and the pal, tuta most l interesting two SATURDAYWilliam
tainment. and banquet( tendered' the hours. There was nearly an hour
visitor"MS, most enjoyableTli" spent, in tin of
proces.- consuming Hart
t PICTURES ALSO f fr : ,, officers. making: \ t the trip were I he r.\t, nsi\e menu of meals and S.
I 110'a Smith. I1 (t'.; salads, i ml sauces and pickle and "THE CRADLE OF COURAGE-
: ing. ;M. K. (I'.; Ellen Cilliert: I E.: S.-n- I .andwirhe.nd pies and 'ft'--ev.'
i I"I,..,. (I'enko, 1 10?:. Junior' ; :M.illieSexier. '''erv memhi'i having brought a bounliiul MILLIONS"I
. \: lnrigrrL: ; ; '..rglin.. .1 ..lelfunls.M , suppl\ of all that was /good: and
: "THE DENTIST" ; ; I H! C( ; Heitha Winn : :M. ol I I' inviting There, .was more than MONDAY
t Maude. ", (:iliflin. Prutei-tor; :.reiinieHreaker. enough. 'I 1 here was enough "left
' ( ;luaril ; 1 Klix.abeth: :, i\i-t", lo supply many a meal. When Special Production (
+ j You Could Not Help A Better Cause Than This P. (:i. C : and the members' woe, all were satisfied as to the wants of "THE RESTLESS SEX"
; i ; :Mesdames Bryan, Buckles, Dale, |11 the "eI""a I.t nwnt of the inll'l ior"
Farmer' (;Jardm-r, (Gilbert; (;irantliam: there was speaking to take the place MACK SENNETT COMEDY "GREAT COTT"
COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS I :May. I'oulk, Rivers and! Woodln'ek..M.iking ''of I the orchestral music which had
the trip with the p.arIY. were, j been continued throughout/ the meal. TUESDAYElsie

i& .. . .. .. .... ....... ... 1 nl"o. :Mr. unit :.Mrs. J. ( Criflin.Khalieth The president: of tne club, |111' J. T.
>> :++e-x..x-: ; >+---o--: : > ) :-: : :-: : :-: : : : : : : Waring, IIn,1,1, (;lilbeit.rilll.IVS Kicker, was everywhere noticed. He Ferguson in t

.. looked after the wants of all and
I \\a in constant motion and to his THE
has made, several 1 with PRETTY PARTY
mor sidetrips
services should be attributed much SENNETT COMEDY
IN SOCIETY'S' REAL his mother, and will 1 leave this evi-n- AT 'I'llIO'HR' : )'AN HOME: of the sucvessr1 of the whole affair.
kr 1 ing on a business: mission in 'IVxan. I Little I I ;May Catherine, O'Bryan was Itr./ Kicker, is 100-percent American, Local Talent (i'ic<-cnl.IInons \\,tit (Mu ic and Kcrilahon

I r'B:' I KANSANS KHO uI \l TAMI'A: I'hive years old; on Monday l February : and saw to at that Old Glory :swung "THEIR SIGHT SEEING EXPERIENCE"
? '' and l UTIIUS of that fact herparents
I .M. her folds above the entire a.ssem
All mnttern Intended for thin .leparLnPnt YISITfHSI Mr. and :Mrs. Lewis O'Bry Ibinge.I After the he .
repast acted as
should be haridid In nit early Mr. and Mrs. I L. E larding/: whose
as "...8Mlhl... Advance. notice of cnm- 'I'summer homo in in lluinlin, Kansas an, felt there should he some entertaining I master of ceremonies, and 1 I he talked WEDNESDAY eSpecial
Ins averts muni !h. sutheutla Call with Catherineas
Mary much lie also talked sense. He
Phono 11, and ask for "Society.Korni ." 'I.ut who have been spending the season Melford Production "
x. {, close promptly al ton o'clock at Tampa with Mrs. J. W. His- the hostess.. The house was spoke of many things -hut ho always I
each Friday mornlnu. mett sister of Mr. Harding have ;: charmingly trimmed for the occasion I'(I managed to bay something in "BEHOLD MY WIFE"

-oOoENTERTAINING been enjoying a week at Hillinrd's which took on features of a favor of Florida of Ohio of other SENNETT COMEDY "NEVER TOO OLD" ti
RELATIVES Island where they were guests of.I I Washington party and a Saint Valentine states, of the president who will take
FROM NORTH CAROLINA relatives-Mrs J. K. Harding and gatheringand hatchets mingled his oath of office today-and of. loy- .

i Mr. and Mr. B. M. Tedder,., at Mrs Masters. The Kansans arc their home, 421 Emmett street, are j lighted with Florida weather and patriotic colors. All the afternoon I ia a long \\.alker-but he is an interesting "
entertaining relatives and friends Florida experiences. '" there was it /gala time for the l little -oae, Bebe Daniel in )

from Laurmghurg. North Carolina, folks--chief among which was the There were recitations by Mrs.\ "SHE COULDN'T HELP IT" ," ...
who are greatly enjoying the visit. ALL==DAY JlOr.'i"MISSION fine and appetizing/ luncheon which Frances McCausland.Mrs.. W. II. '.it
The guests are Mrs. D. M. Tedder HELD) BY THE BAPTISTS was served in profusion. The homeat Dresch and J. T. Dillon and the METRO COMEDY "ONE WEEK".i.
and her granddaughter. Ixiuise.! Ted i At the all-day home mission and 123: Clyde avenue was a.-bloom following poem was read by Mrs A. 'j
der, and Mrs. Lulu Cornell. prayer reserve hold nl !the Baptist with colors.; the dining: room was A. Wemple: I
| church by the W. M. U. ,thi"was, a garbed' in yellow jasmine, while the ;{
KISSIMMEE YOUNG WOMANIS (I pleasing/ attendance, with a luncheon living-room .carried the colors of the Th. niooiiltK'it (..ils Inxoriexf I
MARRIED IN CHICAGOMiss brilliant poinxcttias- : which 'In lllilti; "ila uniform courtesy to the tour I
|served after the noon hour. The among The HMmim-r co nr ofrt eat
June H. Bailey; daughter of morning; program was led by Mrs. J. i II i were the needed quantities of greens In Ohio; i&ts; its excellence of contents, which NOTES FROM f ST. CLOUD (
S. D. Bailey of Patrick street was M. Johnston and Mrs. II. M. Breaker |i The affair was charming throughout. KrUndship. .m the Hri iiKej f.I.OVI'H I are always of the better sort ; and
married ( t I The lawn the home of Mr. and light Blown he InnircHt.And for the all
on Tuesday February 15, to and the afternoon program was led at > nu lilviuyR feet the- youngest I publicity given interesting I I
Elmer Johnson, or Cbicago. The by Mrs N. C. Bryan and !Mrs. W. n.I I'Mrs. W. II. Bullo.wall\ utilized asa III Ohio.Ijtfc'H I matters. i P. T. Field who has been
ceremony took place in that city in Jones. Both sessions was full of ,, playground for those invited The collection taken to pay for the the winter here left for his spendi.C'Qot,
r, the Salem Evangelical Free church, ,I interest and there was experienced guests: : DeRheta) Alderman Dorothy tiurdens Ohio; bolO the lightestIn ''I lumber in the tables was augmented i' Sayre. Pennsylvania i
and was performed by the pastor, a great spiritual up-lift. 'I Bullock Anna Lee CJeckley, Marion The, Inline ores. burn the brlKhtrilIn by six dollars whlfh the banner cake illt'Q'ding' to attend the, on Tuesday, 'I,
"Re.. D. Y. Dyerness. Mr. and Mrs. I i Carson Edna Floyd Jim Farmer Ohio.The baked by Mt'II: Oliver E. Johnson of enroute. inauguration
Johnson will make their home in GOLF CLUBHOUSE"i i I"Bob" Gilbert, LaTrelle Grantham kitchens ore thi leancM.our 21 Mabbette !street brought when The .'.
appetites the krenes4.Ind of
Chicago. j" READY FOR VISITORS Rosalie Hilton Claudia Harper, Laura the ham l I.. always leHaeut, bid off by Dr. J. T. Rickei; and the Kpple. of engagement Saint Cloud! Miss Eda L.*
I I Within a few days the clubhouse I Harper Jack Hyatt Carrie Jones In Ohio club found that it was "even up with'i of Boston to Ira Turner. 7
h, ENTERTAINING HER SON at the golf links will be ready for Dorothy' Katz May Katz Howard the world." was announced at the
The H'inBhIoe I In the l brightest Washington '
fV f TROM PENNSYLVANIAMrs. I occupants-the repairs completed > Katz jr., Edith Leslie Joy Makin- In lihlu. The gathering adjourned following Miss Nellie Burns Birthday of party which : I
M. M. 'Armor, of 113 Main And the improvements perfl'ctedI I non, Ada O'Brynn "Billy" O'Bryan, The. hiiM-zi a whisper HirhlcatIn the singing of "America." I I entertained. The Philadelphia .
and social entertainments will be Elaine Patsy Ohio; The Ohio Club is guests were the ,
street, is delighted this week over resumed Evelyn Piano Poulk. Itotnelv .irlrls are feweat./ to be congratulated engaged Mrs
, the arrival of her son, G. Grunt Armor I as of old. The house will be Padgett, "Mike" Steed Lee Starbird, Iifrldfim' *yi M Are bluest, for having inaugurated a sys Kalb Illinois ,Mrs Boston of De- "
who holds the post of advertising 'ready for those who love golfforthe Ralph Sellers Mary Steed; Jim And tin It. h, arts use the trucnt. tem which will be adopted during the Mrs. Laura Rapelje of Detroit .
e manager of the Electric Journal, grounds are now in fine condition Tucker. Mrs O'Bryan and little In ' visit of Ohioaus next season -and Guerndrum of
Washington H. Miss
published at Pittsburgh, I' 'nnsylva.nia. ; and there will be opportunityfor Catherine were assisted by Mrs. Ed- hilr l IN always r.d..tIn for !heaving an auspicious; banquet on Allister Miss, Nellie, Burns Ella Mc
d' Since hi,' arrival here Mr. Ar- not only visitors but for every ington Mrs. Harper and Mrs Steed. Ohio; BO pleasant ft day. ; M. Albertson. and E. >* .
_. _. I Lend rats are always dettdrtitIn I Many congratulationkL ;
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t NEW GARAGE FORCES announcement ,
TineolleLiH thickest.M '
The New
Society will
And the eelB they are the HllckcBt. meet Tuesday afternoon at two
In Ohio. i I o'clock in the .upper G. A. R. hall.
,1 Because A. II. SjK'ir is to erect a
,The 1"11111"11"| \ grow the roundnt fine garage' at corner of lEmmettl I All will be welcome.
T. services
I In Ohio; I and Orlando .J: W. Wilder is for..ed'to '' over the remains f
1 Vic- ..' The hnnkkrK are the Bounded of Miss flattie E. Hoffman
/Yor t The Knine In nlwav KanirwtThe ,- I moved his foloshop! u few weeks Saturday afternoon and the
d wardens are the l.'iineftt.And !i since, Anti he has made 1 lease: on the body was shipped to Flint Michigan
the tiiilltloKH are the titnti' ..I. I j for interment. i
1 frame building >,n doadway that has !
i' In Ohio
Mr. and IIIrR.' J. Vinson
been occupied for the past two I nnd Bert \1
I1)urham I I
The, .....rllI, \ Brows t the 1.,11..1 months by :Miss: Ely as a I have returned to their
In Ohio: popcorn homes in ('hicago.S. i
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I The tiixcH fire the Rrnalltftt
II. Arnold has '
The written to his 11 I
In OhioThe new building will he of but
: Where the heart fails to perform the functions for which it is eiMintlen lire the driest.The ,. one story, and! because it comes I people in Lima Ohio, that he has! ]i

A designed: disease disorder and ultimately death results to the indi- And hl policemen'>rhl: >:jillN: are are the the hluh"B'nhyest.:: : I within the fire limit., will be of concrete I boost decided I the to remain in Saint Cloud and tj i\

r vidual. What is true of an individual is no less true of a Bank. In Ohio block construction 'Mr. Speir I I the best city--saying ill'that this i \t1i \
II : country the t.I I
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t The vital feature of a Bank.- the healthy condition of which is essential The n. WH I I..* nlwayn] newest contemplates having a complete establishment I States. %

1 to the safety of depositors, is the security afforded by .its In Ohio: in his new building, - - ..
I'olltlchtiiH' ,nVe the fewentIn I work upon which will IM pushed - --
m ,' Vli loans. The loans made by this Bank are what are known as "gilt Ohl... rapidly. PERTAINING TO CHURCHES
The witcr t I. the elenr" s(.
4gf edge We do not seek to make great gains but are solely sofici- The win IH luver denrclll.Yel .
,z'' tious as to the safety of our loans. The'greatest safety- not the 1 It 'iftcii. OhmThe nets the 'queerest.In ,. ""1"1110:11'1'1'11.."'"' i.s 111't\1 Christian Church ;

greatest profit-is the principal of our Bank. Notice In hiictix KHeli' Die .. U..v.V.. II. Coleman
il..\e- noted are the fmddeMIn nual MH'ftiriL of iIi'-I HtlH khnid.a) I Pastor. 4. .t
"f --Merchants and farmers whether engaged on Ohio. I the Slll'THKItN: I'Ttl.TII': I" '\II'.n'j ---- .
absolute TinBfrennm dance on the Rladd: Ht ( "NV. will li, h. I.I .it |'h.| "fn. .. ..r 10:00: a. m. -Sunday school. E
small scale
k a large or a seeking .. <" >nin.iii> KlHhlnioiee, l> 4'nli < 11:00: I
In IIht. H< : <>1 a. m.- Seiinon. ,
safety are invited to do business with us. The |MK Uethookn' are thlekewt.Itnt Ploridu, on 'ru: Hiliy,: Blast;; I'Jiul,, ; ;I'21 I.: I 7:30::!() m.--Sermon.
thev empty not the quli kenl.KOI .. HI 12 clamp noon, fnth' ? rleMion "r i iliiriTlom p. -
.. tinwleen. hey are the oil, keiit. fol i the onHiiliiK y. ar. undi I, A welcome for everybody--espe-
In Ohio. for tin trnMH:,..1\\Ion of nnv and all cially ,
; Bank of Osceola County l>umneHH that may TOITIH befortt t h.- strangera. tf ,

\ A pleasing address was cleverly meetingittnrkholders not Intending I to lie i pit*. St. John' (Episcopal) ChirckRev. :
Hours: 9 a. to 3 p. m. made bv Rev. W. 11. Drench and a ......11'* rituHted| to Hl" a the ill tiK-t)0'.1.) .
. representative of The Gazette madea proxy in the pieueiiee of II wil n"M" L. IjfJKJrkby( Rector.
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b'a few remarks referring; strongly same to the 1* crHtwry In the enclnmdenvelopn. Fourth Sunday in Lent. f
upon the ooint that he had been honored .
tTh. by Dr. J. T. Ricker through the New York. NY. I"o".hR'. 1921. 10:00: a. m.-Church school l.
T. W. :1IOKFAT.! 11:00: a. m.-Divine worship with '
't i i Bank With the Ability which presentation had brought of a magnificent nix dollars cake into 12.21. Secrxtnry.TOO : Holy: Communion and Sermon \....

and Willingness to Serve DEPOSITS INSURED the treasury of the club through an I.ATK TO (.I.AHHIKVHK.MT Sermon.7:30: p. m.-Evening Prayer jgt"*
auction. Votes of thank. were given --- .---- *' /
the various musicians 'who had fav- FO1j --Three rurnlnhrd ronnia Special week-night services ev&ie )]
to rent at "one at a ri.aanunl.bprare | Thursday at seven-thirty. '
the and
ored gathering, a like vote
'all for Mr
s was given The Valley Gazette for C'nff. Hrnad.wa.. > 1a-ItYr Try a classified in The Gazette' .tt. ....1'.4'

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