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 11, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01002
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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4 MAYORSHIP FOR MAY KISSIMMEE! SAYS BEST OF ALL "STOCK EXCHANGE"!' WHERE 'GEORGIA CENTENARIAN. ,!! ;

EAST COAST VISITOR CROPS GROWIN I J
ENJOYS GALA CELEBRATION MISSING LINK WORK
KATZ John' L Beaman has been '
visiting -
,, JOHNSTON AND in the southern portion of the state NOW DECLARED TO FINE SHAPE ON Miss Mary C. Bryan; ; Is in receipt

and from there he went ovof to the of an announcement of the commem INSIDE CITY IS TO
ROSEN FOR past coast; for several weeks he has oration of the one hundredth birth.
a COUNCIL been traveling: about. lie 'has snow BE IN (ISSIMMEE( A WELL-KEPT FARM day anniversary of Augustus Frank 11y

returned to Kissimmee and is, lin Williams, of Marshallville. Geor BEGIN NEXT MONDAY
First Vote Care Two than e-vpr proud of his city,' Tore gia-the affair being given by Mr*. y
May Plurality: all the places I visited on my trip," Once More I* It A* erted Confidence Bordering on Lake Tohopekalifa I J C. Lee and Mrs. Boswell, daugh ---'-
Second Vole Swelled That Number said Mr. Beaman, "I have seen no Men Have A A Lies ters of the aged man. Mrs Boswell Highway To Saint Goad aad East
Stalling-Place Some-
town Farm That i il Reckoned was the first
or city that teacher
I to, Twelve; 468 Ballot Cast was cleaner or Among who' instructed
I more attractive than JCIssimmee-- where In This City The Excellent Properties Miss Bryan in her school work, and Coast Now Promise to Soon Be fa :'

Saturday was an ideal primary nor have I seen a place that looked the! event is brought the nearer hoae Greatly Improved Condition
p day-yet, despite the importance of better from a business point of view. Because W. II. Bridge had a verbal A visit to the. fifteen acres the by the fact that the father .of Her - -
fr the occasion there was but a trifle Really, the more I see of other row at the Windsorhotel, at Orlando I east shore of Lake Tohopekaliga on for bert Fleming of Kissimmee was a Because of the co-operation; : of the (

above seventy percent of the registered j I places the better I like Kissimmee." Saturday regarding his intention to !long known as the "Hansi-n *';...,..n 'I chum of the man who born in 1821, county commissioners with 'the council
votes cast; 46R out of a possi I return to his home in Waterloo, but now the property of 11." W."Wilcox i is still hale, hearty, and full of pub of Kissimmee the horrible condi-
ble 615. Everything: was conducted Quebec, and his wife insisted that is a revelation as to what lic interest in 1921.POORFARM .ion of the roadway In tli. r.mnM
< Breeze section of the city will noon
from all turmoil and f strong: NEEDS withdraw ten thousand dollars from within a space of twenty-five J! be relieved, and there Is every probability -
ments; and the women took arR'u-1 his bank account there. the Orlando -and will show. the investigator years MATTERS .. that at least a portion of it
places in line when the rush police arrested the man on a chargeQf splendid. ; little farm well-tilled: and a, will receive the paving for which the ,

at several times during the day FULLY RECOGNIZEDBY disturbing: the peace. And, according cared for. It i..< reached by boat or i people have so long prayed.
asked no special favors. to the Reporter-Star, the from a point about a mile south of ALWAYS JAR J. W. Thompson chairman of tM
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The judges: for the day were T. N. I arrest was a happy thing for the KisBlmmec where a' road diverges MEETSOF street committee of the city council,
Clark, John McPhatter. and A. E. COMMISSIONERS man who was being duped by a'' from the Dixie Highway. appeared before the commissioners

Thomas, and JI. N. Bcatton was the ('Ievt'a:. gang of "wire-tappers" whose A nuarter of a century ago a man on Monday, and asked that the coun- .!
"i clerk: while, to assure peace and I| actions have I been made the topic for named Larson settled t there and COMMISSIONERS tv assist in the work of reclamation.
quiet, -as well as to comply with the Commissioner Will Perlonalllnpeh' many newspaper articles in this commenced to clear up the almost I He stated that it was the desire of I,

law--Otto Ploctr. acted as bailiff. Some of The Highway in Eastern state-as well as in all parts of the impenetrable ;mass of und'f'' rowth. i' Direr OpiDioDIHid the city to get at work immediately .>
When the polls cloned at sundownthe United States.It . lie soon gave up the task. Then By Member upon the propoiition. and asked if -
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officials'! in charge of the election Portion of County was the same old game that has came R. P. Hanson, who saw what I I A* To Best Method of Handling the county would place its teams
ndiourned; lonir pnnuirh in out ht.t h..n. 401(1 so many times that became might be done and the needed
I nn rvm-o--,T ,*. "ra t.i.-.i' Aid For Those In Want force of men on the
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nome of them styled I'"a mighty good I Road matters. were given serious so lirmly impressed upon the I and commenced to assumed owner work-not to contract on the work.
Cupper;" after which, refreshed" and;I thought and attention at the meeting mind of the Canadian that he swore. ship. He Was a bard worker-and i I but to in one sense advance the mon ..
reinvigorated of the up and down that his "friends" had Every time the matter of extending which
after a day of stead'r county commissioners on were keen vision; and as fast as he' ey would eventually have to j
work, they commenced the tabulation!I i i Mondayand it would seem that of the best sort, and several hours could get a portion of the fifteen'I aid to those in the county not be paid the city by the county. The
of the Votes cast. This occupied the, I there will be many requests and demauds of argument, were required I before he acres in shape he put it in crop The i.' fully able to care for themselves city had two teams, and it was understood .
p\i>niiiK till a late hour, and before, for work during the next two would admit that he was about to soil was rich; there was much muck,,'I comes before the board. Commissioner .- that the county could spare
it was completed the room was j years from all sections of the .coun he victimized. At last he saw tht'liht .end the remainder. was sand that J. M. Hansel! will bring up the { four teams; and it was believed that '
crowded with interested ,spectators. ty. The finances of the county are and told the whole story contained; the elements] needed for, i I plan of having those who are needy i I in three weeks the proposed improvement .
some of them trying to follow the ;in a condition somewhat contracted which differed in no way from the the crops oluntt,
compilationthe post of mayor beIng just at the present time, I but the I regular thing-except for the IOl'aI 1 From what was then a tangled | be believes the inmates can be made I The commissioners. admitted that ;
the one attracting the greatest board understands that if I Ihe various tion of the "plant." It wan declared muss of virgin growth with i I here and self-supporting. He is firm in the the condition which has so long existed j
interest. Thisos impo'sible-.al- portions. of the county are to go forward liv Bridge that Kissimmee was theobj.etive t there many ,..Jlt'I'hl'l'rIm"lws lit | convict ion that if other farms. of like was a "black-eye" for both 1I
though Judge Murphy checked up I and materially add to the assessment noint. To quote from the( Hanson has d"veloped what may now r. ja I character in the state can be (Iron in 'city and county; the reflection was
the "firsts"' as between himself and roll t there must be created Reporter-Star: I hi seen ; and just how his several manner that will be economical the las much against the one as the other
11. I{. :May. It is probable that be means of transportat'/ of some "Step by step patiently Bridge i-.crei kf beans and his sir; acres of i farm in Osceola county can be handled 'for the stranger seldom was aware
was aware of (the ,result sooner than I sort. was being led on into the ramifica potatoes and l his; five acres of likewise. Others on the board do I precisely which to blame; but, they
anyone else. I Commissioner i Wethorbee asked, t lions of the game. Chaperoned I bv are looking/ their best. Then grove, too not concur in that belief -as they argued, that to grant the service .
On the first choice otes II. M.! (hat a survey be taken of the high- Allen and their now-found friend may: ))11" seen I the area of his garden 'declare that the expense of upkeep named might be misconstrued by (
Breaker secuied . and T. :M. :Murphy) I!9.> On the matt determine the amount of till required I there Bridge got his glimpse of the much)--including, a splendid. yield of monthly free dollars or the ten dollars /follow. Pat Johnston, attorney for .'
i < r of second choice) ; voU's it was I to ultimately i make a good! road stock exchange, faked to be sure, I celerThere[ is nothing left in that : now paid each of those being as- the board, told the members that it'would
shown that of the Murphy l vote lit '; and I it is probable that' will be doneat running in full operation. It had all I tract no" except cabbntre. but he is '!'sisted-besides which the opponents'' not be legal for the county to.
t hud( /gone to Kieaker and! of the May vote :.W had gone to one tend one-half miles which demand I plant in the way of quotation, boards I[, tiiikeI-s and jruinoM fowl that are "kIt labor for which he was fitted the county, nor would it be /.ght
Breaker' and :'M to Murphy; and of attention. uittling telegraph sounders, husy I''pickire! from it the needed l green I there woul, he no manner of I to take a contract for the completion I
I the Breaker vote (fi had gone to Murphy C. S. Acree wanted some work clerks and a few active customers stuff.Sixl. I 1 forcing: him. of any piece of roadway; but.
and Ifi to May. Only the lat done on the Pleasant Hill roadway absorbed in the appllrl'nt1udua./ acres of potatoes that were I "If the present farm is not adapted I because this. link was the connection 'j
"- ter's second choice votes were count- to accommodate some sixty taxpayers tions of the market. Allen astonished I plan4'l' I on January 10 are in i| forI poorfarm let's sell it and between two highly: important and
od-which brought the total of T. --and figured: that lie should have him by saying; that he had boughtII condifion. and are ready' for the buy something: else," says Mr. Han- perfected highways, and because\ the :
F M. Murphy to 202 and brought the a rocked road there. The chairman {I big/ bunch of a certain stock for irrigation. There has been a prime'j I sell. "The county once owned a I county would ultimately have to pay ,
May total to 214; thus (riving May'''of the board immediately put the both of them; that he wouldn't put I rain -but plenty of artesian farm that seemed to pay-for the the city, several thousand dollars in

, t\vel\e !majority; and placing] ] him in 'I' quietus! upon that proposition, l but I up any money just yet and he would I furnish ...sufficient water to a receipts from the grove were considerable the way of tax-money, there couldbe

0 nomination. I I'[I there.. . will .be some. work done there .ot. advise Bridge( to do so. Under farm if it were n's! The three conclimcn wiinin a snort time. ineir nronertv was then nur..hAA- for wh'ich, the nnvment waR ttlr0nHtr
nominated very eyes they watched the are looking in fine shape, and the; ; ' u -
wenH.. M. Katz, :!ml!>! votes; J. M. I I The Keonansville road from the stock advance from :33!:!, at which i, late potatoes are coming nicely. ed. I believe that if the county had I!' s'eured.p He added that a limit of j
Johnston. 374 ; and A. Rosen 300.I. Dixie Highway received its share of point they bought in in the pretended, There is a smaller acreage of pota a small farm, a portion of it'could time should be placed upon the service "
(;I. B. Woodall received an even :200 discussion. It was stated that $.17,- deal to :'tf '*, and Bridge after consulting ,: toes 'han usual as fertilizer was $70a be set out in grove; and there should which was to be given.
\ voted. I 000 have been spent on the roads in with Allen came to the ton f. o. b. Tampa, and there was leach I I be enough produced on the property The commissioners finally agreedto
. These were elected democratic (bat section. but Commissioner !McClelland clusion that a joint profit of $- con-I| needed about 1.25 tons to the acre. I, year to go far towards the sup) "loan" the major portion of its, .<
,'.| Committeemen by the votes shown: < <1 declared that he was itrnor ought to satisfy thenl and they l-'iom the grove there have I been port of the, inmates. Then there road force for the space of three ,I,.
\v. C. Bass, :338; (i. W. Persons, 331 ; lint as to how that money could have would sell. There were bundles of I shipped about nine hundred. boxes of could be a tract set aside for the use weeks, commencing on Monday next; .
Milton Pledger 317; Marion Farmer. been. used and not have accomplished money lying around in the cashier's fruit, which gave good
2\11! ; C. H. Grantham, 295. better results. In the Holopaw region cage, but when the pair went to collect crop was xmallcr'than in some yearsthe I which make sort would of an experimental farm payment should be deducted from
there was need of a pood road their profits the old racket of yield in 1916 having: been 1500 show the newcomers (Continued on Page Two) ,
clear through to the cross-state establishing credit boxes 'what could be don in this county.
high and
was resorted to, ; some thirty boxes of I
STOCKMEN CONVENE way-and Commissioner j"Bqss! was and both' Allen and Bridge were advised .tangerines/ have been shipped from 'And all the in time the" place would be '
.p emphatic in his demands that some : to bring four trees and increasing value '
an equal amount of there are as many Those who have had SHERIFF'S FORGES IN i iA
\ to do
thing be done. There was a big turpentine cash to demonstrate their reliability more remaining. But the appearance more
with
such
camp in that locality-and and the profit would be of the ia of matters than Commissioner .
IN paid over. grove a high order-and
t. SECOND ANNUAL it was entitled to omething.: "I feel What .is apparently puzzling Kls- it Is certainly kept at high tension. Hansel! tell of the cost of caring
for the indigent at such an institu. STILL HUNT FIND I
like resigning this position, said he, simmeeites is the exact locality The poultry is given free range over,, tion and
: have the
figures' ,
"if we can't do something for them." where "rattling telegraph sounders," the grove, and it is under the trees proVe
it to their '
SESSION -AT BARTOW The discussion was prolonged and "busy clerks," and "active eustomers" that the acratchfood is thrown that own satisfaction. Trf-re
are many instances where five dollars :
SOME
covered much of suggestion are be the fowls STILL STILLS
scope : to found on tap ? And may keep down the weeds. or ten dollars each month
and argument. It was finally agreed where<<: are the "bundles of money" There is a fine natch of bananAS are
Large Number Cattle-Raiser Met that the entire board 'should visit given some man or some woman- I
mat seem! to be lying abont in which are carrying heavy !
growthof
:
At Bartow on Tuesday: Heard |I that section of the county on Saturday ? If such a thing exists in negligee Kis- fruit-a product which adds to II and would they not say far that in the such amount SberilT Force. Scour Laitiens Portion -

Addresses From Able SpeakersThe March 26, and make an extended simmee someone must know of it- the income of the property; and the inmates go of an institution caring of this for of County and Unearth Some .
of the needs and the
inspection and it there
might be added that are I
if peaches and various other
someone sort. The Live and Dead Stills
best way to reach |he desired ends. knows of that special someone fiuits which are doing well; while an I I expense of the indigentslast ;.
second annual meeting' of the year was somewhere in tbe '/
On this the board will the -
trip cross is
saying very little about it. attempt is being made
...' Cattle-Raisers Association of Florida Jane Green swamp and will view man who could do a sufficiently good The I the growth of some avocadoes now to coax witha I neighborhood of $3300; and the as- The makers of "shine" are kept .:..
opened at Bartow Tuesday morning all the roads in that section. The job of view sertion i is made that twenty person mighty busy these days in evading .
I to
sleuthing to make the discovery having a l large number of
for a two-day session, and there was I could not be cared for on a poorfarmfor
board will determine which roads would be hailed superman if he this popular fruit. And over the the county officers who. are looking ;i
an especially large attendance. The double that sum-which wouldbe
shall be maintained. In where for stills and mash and" the owner
cases would but "turn the whole of this it*
up" Mr. Hanson isworking '
matter to property
membership of the association has less than fifty cents for
a
several roads are running parallelbut the federal authorities. just as steadily and day )thereof; and the fact there 1s a con !
greatly; increased during: the past just as food clothing, medicine and nursing. 51
a short distance apart it will be tinual chase being kept up has increased
enthusiastically if he had -
as not disposed '
three months-and the organization the office of the inspectors to settle After all the arguments are com the selling-price of the laid .
is reckoned of much strength, as it upon which shall be retained in ser CLEVER SUNDAY PROGRAMFOR owner. of his holdings to the new pleted Commissioner Hansell gravely -with a decreased supply in all

represents, it is claimed, the owners vice. When the trip is completedthere AFTERNOON CONCERT The entire farm is well-worth the hakes his head and say: "Just the quarters. The prospects of not only "
of fully seventy-five percent of the will be steps taken to secure -{ the viewing and.visitors same I'm of the opinion that if a a severe fine but a term of imprisonment
shown
cattle in the state. are place could be run in the
dedications of the right-of-way to The right way act also a. deterents amongthose ,
following numbers
will
be every courtesy.
The mayor of Bartow, George; N. prevent any later changes and all rendered by the Kissimmee Concert --_._ th'ese,: people could: produce a larger who "know how. to make. !good .{
Oliver, /gave the address of welcome waste of monies. Band. commencinir at four o'clnrt- CASINO MAKES PROGRESS portion of what they consumed, and stuff at a low price" and it .. ap
and G. Murphy, of Bradentown, March The Contonians -_ I could build up the poorfarm into a parent that day by day the supply
Alexander 'WITH SPLENDID SHOWINGSWith
made the Among the I valuable property. I be A
response. THIEVES WOULD STEALCOMMISSIONER'S may wrong is becoming; the mO..lcareo.
Ovei-ture-Ilght _____
Cavalry
r, speakers were Pat Johnston, of Kis- Suppe I but it hasn't been proved on me as Sheriff Farmer and
FORD Waltz-Alpine Sunset ____ King the Deputy .Bran-
ynimmee, who told of "Needed Legislation / regular super-special yet.
son recently made a trip down Into
," in various lines* Wilmon Operatic Selection W 8J{ erian.. program booked for the Casino for ;I And then he'll vote "aye" on some the lake district
for
of It --- -- ---- -- -. --_. _____ Boyer next Wednesday at which will be'' where the Gentry -merely
Newell, the state university, who was Monday midnight. All was cases indigents are in dire the sake of "nosing around" and seeing -
spoke of the experimental station as quiet at Shingle Creek. The street i Jingles shown the feature "Idols of Clay"I need of immediate help-and send a if there were scents 'to betaken
an asset to the stock-grower; Dr. E. '' tamps run on the moonlight schedule (a)Old"I've Got The Blues for Mv and the 'comedy of "Little Widow," I physician to places where they are up. In one locality any they found

M. Nighbert, of the federal bureau (did not even sputter. No sound (fb "Rose"Kentucky. Jlome"Goskill there will bc'a regular vaudevilleact sorely needed. All of which proves one fine still which had been kept in j
t.of animal industry, who told of the disturbed the snore; of the dwellers.It Fantasia) ---- ---- --_Sigernore} featuring Texas Jack Sullivan. that although filled with the desireto action and l three barrels of mash-
rattle tick and the best method of was as quiet as the store of the on College: SongsRollinson This man will be remembered as care for indigents in the most
I all of which although -
dipping; Dr. J. W. DeMilly, state I merchant who does not advertise. National Anthem ____ _________ Key having appeared in Kissimmee at economical fashion, he Is not willing : there was was destroyed kept close; but watch

Veterinarian, who told of the amend Yet-hark Almost"noiselessly one time-when he carried away a to see anyone suffer if within for some time, no human being was
ments to be asked of the coining leg quiet as is customary with t the gum-: LECTURE AND MUSIC considerable sum of money from power to prevent. discerned. In another.place the officers
islature. There were many other nhoers-there came a car and leaving COME TO CITY PARK those who were willing to back their found two stills, which had,
speakers and the topics were num- the brick road, parked some belief in his ability to ride sonic of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS apparently, been unused for a long
t erous and timely. I t three hundred yards from the! home ON SATURDAY EVENING the hardest horses found in Osceola DAMAGE TO STORY STOCK time., ....
The session closed on Wednesday of the chairman of the board of county. Jack won-and since then _. I I There were found evidencesof
many
evening after the election of officers county commissioners L. D. Professor Gilbert Tbaver. of Lafayette : the sports have wanted him back It. was not much: -;-};- of a shower past operations of stills-which

for the 'ensuing year by a banquet at I Overstreet. Then someone "creeping f Indiana is spending the win- here to see if they could regain their Tuesday. afternoon-but there was had been moved from place to place.
with reluctnnt feet nestled into the .ter in Florida. He is wealth. He will be at the Casino
,the IJotel Oaks. C ) motoring through on enough of it to damage some of the I as if to throw officers off the track.
-- /garage of the county oEhclaIanu.finding the centre counties and has been Wednesday next-and will be gladto There half-dozen of
fine shoe-stock in the rear of' the was a places
STORY STORE SETTLED .the 1 Ford, started to tune it spending the week at Lakeland wherehe meet his old-time friend Story store, the old olace, in a wav I I this sort. Whether the one still had
SPLENDID SITUATION 110 as quietly as possible. Those interested large audience!, and it There will 1 be no advance in prices that will result in a loss of probablyfive been moved to the Several localities (.
who have 1<'ords'will realize'the task has been arranged that he shall stop for this special performance quarter hundred dollars. The roof wasa or whether there<< had been a numberof

I.ylcs V. Story declares t that he i N he had ell"'lYl.d--anti it was no wonder off in Kis"imm-where he will de''I for the children-and an additional -, leaky one, and.l>efore_ anyone about them, was not plain. .
the ; close liver his noted lecture dime for adults.
colored at hand "The Great
man on I noticed it all hands In locality that had been
.orely tired from the effects of the store were one considerable 1
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was awakened. He yelled for h..lp-I est Crime of Civilization, on Satur- l busy in moving the stock to the business carried on was inferred '
steadily! watching the men who T(>." although really, it was the thief who day evening of this week. "THE SIGHT-SEEING CAR" store. the rear of tie place new was from the fact that the house

*moved the many lines of goods from needed help. Professor. Thayer who is the author ENTERTAINED LARGE AUDIENCEThe nearly anklc-deeo with water. Andit was well-hldden-but at the same

the old 'location to the new block recently Mr. Overstreet rushed to the front of several well\\ known books, was then that much of the stock time there was a "look-out station"
minus his collar anti i tie, minm his has lectured in most of the Casino crowded
Tuesday
purchased by him-and 1 be- large I was on of women's fine shoes was soaked- established. on the roof. It was from
shoes minus his. trousers minuti everything cities of America and is described asa evening-not only because there' and. the boxes 'in which the pairs this point, with good field glasses,
t'ause of laborous
the
performance but a supply of anger, one very forceful speaker. He is accompanied -: was an especially good feature but I come were rendered out of commission an expert could discern the approachof
asserts that he could not write the gun, and one nightie. But the culprit by his wife, who will give I because Manager West had done -and when a woman buys shoes strangers at a considerable distance ,
announcement which he had all framed -I had fled, or flown, or hiked; anyway i a short talk. I good advertising in an effort to help shet usually. desires to take the box and a gunshot wuold give'the
in his mind. he was heard to start up his The high character of this lectureas the fund of the Epworth League.Mr. and all. The goods that were wet alarm to those disitlling so they
up car and getaway. Mr. Overstreet well as the prominence and power West had turned the house over were carefully dried and cared for cculd make their getaway. But '
4 But he i is now doing business in immediately called Sheriff Farmer by of the lecturer, recommend it for for a stage performance in which and, actually, were not hurt but there was "nobody home" nor was

the new location -slightly mixed for phone-and that officer reported a special consideration by the publicof local talent, following' a monolog by I there is to be .a special sale on ;themto there to be seen any sign of recent

the first day but at this momentrijcely few minutes later; but no trace of this city. MissY Eby presented "Adventures on get them into the hands of the occupancy.Evidently.

: arranged and displayed. He U the gang was discovered. Mr. Over- As an extra attraction Piper Mul. A Sight-Seeing Car," which highly wearers at a* early a moment a* lines are arrowing harder
|pow out of a leaky store and has street till has his car. L holland will play the Scotch Bag- entertained the large audience. The possible at "figures that will be and harder for the man who desiresto

(flip room to safely display his "Repeat the word the defendant pipes.known George H. Tremer, the well- music for the presentation was rendered startling," as Mr. Story puts it. make easy money.
blind musician of Mobile i I. by the orchestra of the high
i.ocfcJ while' the elevator service will "
used said the .lawyer. "I'd rather
{mUotf him to carry his reserve out not. They war not fit wards to tell with the party. The lecture and en school. The Epworth League nettedin Well wall, that's a frightful ease.. Husband: uHj. t of the women in
k' tae way. yet have it easily acces-i a gentleman. "Then" aid the attorney tertainment U free and will take excess of $43 by the performance. What made you marry 14 wives ?" the world retail -ossip." "Oh I Only .
.. rIbI.! .; Mr. Story. ii highly gratified "whisper them to the Judge." place at the bandstand in the city "Dont yen want0 invest In a asked the judge: "Weil your honor,, half of them dearie!" "Yea the
the change he has made. Progressive Farmer. park commencing at .even-thirty talking machine "No, I married I didn't like the number IS."-Jefferson other half wholesale it.Grand ,
vy L Saturday neDille. one."-84!timbre- American. (Tau) New. Junction SentineL ,, '.


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r Mr. Young, STATE EDITOR PUBLISHERIMPRESSION EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION 1

I xi been Young guests, Mr. and of the Mrs.parents J. H. Young of Mr., OF KISSIMMEE' AT CASINO ON'SATURDAY I L THE FO UM I Ir '" ,
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near have returned to their the Do
Canadianhome.. Frank Harris; moat-1x'lovededd There, wll10'\ ; .an espeelalf fin? at. you f :
itor' in Florida, recently .made hit) tr'lIon'at he Casino on i Saturday ,
Mr, and Mrs. William. Phipps and
first automobile from t !Many Mutual Advantages.. j
Mr and Mrs -Bert Durham were trip his hometown jof this week' when the Dan 'Fitch know .
dinner-guests Wednesday! of Mr of" Ocala down, through the een |mini trcls will occupy the stage and .- j
of trc of t the' tui\.e-stoppin/ol'\ / onroutc from the praises given Joy the' Editor of The Gazette 1
S and Mrs. JellFrank! , Marylandavenue. presn
t \ at "all pVincfpal) ) points." Of KUfrimmee (throughout) the Rtate.where they j, When Senator A. S. Mann, of why / ]
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Woodin have the Runner had thin to' say i have appeared there wilts be a thoroughly Florida, passed over this country ",
returned<< H fthelr! home in Dayton We had never visited Kisaimmeo high-class entertainment presented nearly forty years ago striving to I it's toasted HTo j
-nfter spending the winter here. j arid had always auRpeiatcd it with by the management. It was Interest our public men in "good
1 Mrs. R A. Rapelje, after visiting ''cattle runjfes and cowboys /such asll'I'e by the merest stroke of goodluckthat cads." many "just laughed" and .,1
.I here several weeks, has gone to Duy- seen in the movies) and had a ., this aggregation was securedfor thought probably t.hatth(' "good old seal In the |
tona from which point she will\ re- ,vague i impression that it WAIl occasionally the one 'day-as only the larger Itenatotwas a little daft
tuin-to her home in Detroit.Miss subject to their invasions cities have been able to stage them. Behold a change however, has delicious Burley 1
Ella McCalluter was guest I depredations, AO we were agreeably They appear to have won Charlotte crept over these same solons and tobacco flavor. ,
Tuesday evening of ;Miss Nellie surprised to find such a clean and )North Carolina, for the local daily of some are now posing as "Apostles of J
Burns. ( handsome little city; everything' t.linI) city ,said. of them: Good Roads."

.BlriELDU Mr.\ and Mrs. .1. H. Young/ and ;\11'. I fresh" and flourishing;; wide paved The company in its entirety is a Shame on such people. If they
t; r and Mrs. Ira Young were :Sunday; streets, with a plot in the centre company: of. pep and life, every number will read their school historic th..ymay LUCKY ;
evening guests of Mr.\ aid l ;Mrs. 1' 11. 'i i and joke hitting the bullseyc in see that "good roads", are older
Phipp's. palmet-toesubstantial| ; ; popularity. Each performer is really than Florida.
1'he New England Society met \. ",( churches ; porformer.. The program proceeded Why can we not profit by the experience ) .
HAM Tuesday afternoon in the upper, (!i. (','and most ultractive\ homes. I'! along the lines of standard minstrel of- those that we choose to
A. K. hall with I're"ilent"oo ; f tobacco makes 50 ill the chair. A rolli'all of states hotel and! were pleased with the service. minstrel first part. Dan Fitch last'; Now people are "beginning 1o see
shijvvcil present from Maine, 18; It has a plaza in front orna- season with the Neil O'Brien MinI the light and our word for it we
' good cigarettes for New Hamp"luie, 5/ ; Vermont fl t; minted with palms and a rather expansive I istrels, featured as a singing and shall sec greater developments within CIGARETTE
;Massachusetts\ 21 ; Hhode. Island l. 2; garden in the' rear planted dancing (comedian kept the audiencein the next decade than the most optimists '
locZc Connecticut, 4 ; vi..it.018.. 17; total-- || to all ort It. of trees vines, and t flow- an uproar of laughter and lived has dared to dream! I '
75. There was a fine musical program ITS. Looking out from the wide up to many favorable criticisms that i Where in this wide world are corn- I
rendered-nearly number I verandas in front and rear it presents i preceded him here. Fitch is one of bind 90 great natural advantages : (@)
-:WH* ::_.._. c yL Tfag -*a of shah received every un' emicme.l'in picture most pleasing to t the eye the' most original and entertaining. )I advantages we only need to takeas z ,,
I Resolution on the death of several (and is just the kind of u hotel one :, comedians seen in this city. .I we can reach out and grasp them ? I
( memb'ern were adopted and committee I expects,. to find in n tropical Innate. | harles fluids, singing and dancing Oh, plow ale need! disciples, for '
I reports were made. The next The' dining room is in charge of comedian formerly with Sam that old senator's cause!
NOTES FROM ST. CLOUDMr. meeting of the society will be in I :Mr. and Mrs.: Paddock! who formerly Griffin's minstrels, sang "Jelly Roll"in ._L. J. DOLLINS. csts of the mall'lIzine-nnli Rube will.. .
: charge of A. )D. Adams. i lived in Ornla Mrs. Paddock, being a manner that drew repeated I |a stenographer for the :MUD roe and Happy Jim Bonham, alsosinging FROM JAILEDITOR than CVCT.Watermelon..
Chiiinbltss National;" )bank and dancing comedian, had RESUMES WORK I --- - -
If lielch! a bitterlastintbquid /
and Mrs. J. E. Jean and I. you up
B. r .uffer from }heuitburn\ and I I I Congressman Joe Sears' home is the, audience with him as soon as he cantaloupe anil cucumber -
I5igg, who have boon pending' the I sour| stomach you need the tonic :,'in Kissimmee and we had thp plpasiiie opened his mouth' and he never opened Rube! Allyn the editor of the Flor- I growers |"la"t cutih crops of

winter to their at the'home:Seminole ill Anna have, !Illinois.Mrs. returned pro,)(', I tie-1 5 of lleibme. It is a pun- I[ of meeting him.V,. also hud a his muoth unless. he said something ida Fisherman who has boon incarcerated ,. early cMMik-ne "squash. )Feed melon
and strengthening medicine I' most fraternal greeting from i W. KIliirris original.) Kmmett Miller, an- In jail at Hradcntown for mill pickle wormon the I squash| and
1 < fying] |
T. O. Tool, who' has been
for I the stomach liver Hnd boweN : md! \V. 1.. Thoindvke.! of The ilher t ."knock-out comedian" is truly some months charged with the murder I thus protect! | I IIi e crops' you expect to .
the 'here, has
f-pending season returned Puce, (>0c. Sold by Kohcrson's I'hllrM1IH'y I Kissimmee Valley (Jn/etlc1; a "lilues .singing/ fool and harmony of Henry lleijrel 1 at Siesta Key.: harvest fruit fio'nx.Mnie .
to her hume in unlock: ;Nebraska.
The latter gentleman for habeen tilt - -- -- -
wai: a hound. Among the ballad singers l'elen1 from custody '
: i number of'II'S. with the Palm Walda Robert, the former Neil grand jury finding no true bill against : I tile: 'I'liUi1! .1 \\ ,, .'
Mr. and Mr. S. II. :Shore:: after I What has become of tine little gnl1" Heacb Post and, underthe. t I title of U'Miien) bass singer was enthusiasli ""I. During his' imprisonment Mrs TelIt'" "Him use vim gains to top I
/! the "season 1 here, h.i\e gone "Thorn" made himself Allyn has been her 7"! :-d1l'w.tUlly:: Union-Star.
who was anxious to change hel'h..t most all ieeablv t 'ally received and stamped, with caring/ for the inter I
to Tampa and i Saint Petersburg/ preparatory 'to long dresses ? I known to the leading public of approval.., ; Trevor Lewis, |tb'l robust

home.to returning! to their northern I I'luridi.; tenor. sang favorite songs! with a I .-:-:+:-,..:-:-:-:-:..:-:-:..:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:-:..:-<' -:-<-: (-:..:-:..;..:-:-:..:.:-:.:..............."............"--.........-...._..->
I| Tomato gl'OW'I'a few rows of | Ito it h landsmen glevv i'lniU| ,'iit ,popular, tenor voice and Felix. Allen
Mr. and :Mrs. J.T1. 1'hrppsof Kis>- early sweet t coin. in 'your Held! will when' (the future of 1 bland wa- war sincerely' appreciated singing/ i
Montday. ; ,greatly:: reduce the damage to you I bruaJoel.\ "\\ hen YJOU and/ I IVeie Young :Mug I i
I IL tomatoes:'' from tomato calerpIllarn. I \\'e left Ki-sinuuc: 1 bearing the gle I KISSIMMEE GROCERY

must delightful mipie--sion, 1'ln "fenr'ne sect;;,." .....L ..noel,.. i'i
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: INSIDE CITY IS TO of Pep." proved that there ;is" lotus i NO. 23 BROADWAY
BEGIN NEXT MONDAY a name and received! repeated applause I
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R I Osceola Hardware Store j i i'I' ACROSS FROM Osn
: "'m I' ."!* i 'IIH ) I :\1..ins Florence sang classy, num l lAOUNTY8ANK.

'I the iitv, funds: now held by I the county hers in 'her own original way andL.iurctie Fancy Irish, , Potatoes, peck 39c
I '. ]has plan met the approval' I of Ruth won her way into the - - ,
the ieiesentati\e| of the city coun hearts, of the audience immediately. X Army Corned Beef can _ ._ u 15c
!Many I people saw the demonstration of( :: ; ed-quid the official entry of the The Dan Fitch quartet proved to f Macaroni large size package _ _ __ ___ _ - 9cI

a the Red Star Detroit Vaopr Stove, at our :r. i proceedings, was, entered on the recouls l I.e kings of harmony and comedy bpaghetti, large site pcakage uunu ___ _ - u 9c

store last week. II was something to be y:: It i is proposed! to drive olin" /" :i' singing.; The / special, added attraction Cam- Best O'ranulated Sugar, pound nu__ _ - __ _ __ _ 9>/2c.

proud of; such as line biscuits! Jvrcli fluffy :: pilings in Uie lake a -holt distance cictta. the vviz/ard of the accordian I Grits. 10 pound - __ --_ _ -- - - _ _ - _ __ _ u _ h 28c .
a :: | from the present roadway and by was also (huiastic-allv received added Meal 10 pounds __ _. __ n _ UUn.hu _ 28c
y cake Such apple pie I and to think all were y
means of several strands of wire to the performances greatly. Best Rice. 3 pounds -__-- _--___ -- ___-- --__ --_ -- - __ 20e .
. baked on the Red Star Stove right in our .:;,: :, fasten the large. masses of hyacinths IMPROVED BUSINESS- --- - k !National' Oats, 2 packages _h_ __ _ ___ __ __ h hU . 25c "J'V;;; ,

store using only coal oil for I fuel No wicks .:. now thus there forming' so a they breakwater will not for drift the' 1 IS OBJECT DESIRED t Sunbrite Cleaner. 3 cans __--- -__________---- - _ __ _ - 25c

y or asbestos rings to monkey with, and producing :1 f heavy waves which at some seasonsIof TO BROUGHT ABOUT I Star Soap. 6 bars ----_ __ _ ______-- _--_ ___ -- _ - - - 25c 1

more heal than any other oil stove :. I the year beat severely againstthe I Toilet Paper 4 rolls --- .. - -- -- -- - . _ 29c
a roadbed. This done the intervening Next; Thursday evening there is to
Located in the market. Think it over and let us install : space will be graduallv filled he presented at the high/ ,school! \ auditorium I

1 one in your }home before hot weather | until it becomes solid by its own the special I feature film, "(Jetting OUR MOTTO:
ron weight/ while the road will be The ;Most Out of Retailing," I't
: ( QUALITY. GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES
begins. '
| graded higher and wider curbed which is bj'intr shown throughout:
\ X j and made! ready for the brick pav- "T'lorida. It will come {to Kissimmee Lerge Orders Delivered .'
--oOo--- i ing. The added 1 material will be through the (Ch'amber] of Commerce 's .
Kissimmee'sBusiest rolled and made as firm as possible and direct from the National; Cash M 0>**<>>Dr>4"M'e'4 -fr H><>*. -riS}?4 fiq (-:d,..}{..,..7 {.?-0 rr: (;-,.,_ia05.OS f I I.ec
i as rapidly as it is in )>Ia'e. Register Company, of )Dayton.W. .
'r Shining Things Up It is believed the forces commencing .}o'. Brennan expert lecturer of -- ---- - - ,
OHCNo<-< W' A
work on Monday will practically ,the Dayton Company will be the
complete the work within three 'speaker. The lecture has been high I
We sell the celebrated O'Cedar Oil that weeks should weather continue fav. for losses t
Corner ; ly commended.' Causes '
is known the world over as an 'efficient polishing orable there1 is little doubt of the i and failures in retail business are Would You Have Your
outcome; but should a few addition .shown and their remedy told in the _
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In addition that have the r
oil.| to we al days be required it 'will be done lecture, which has been prepared "
1 Liquid Veneer, another'th good preparation by the city forces alone; !I from the experience of that companyin
The action off the commissioners its thirty-six years of dealing with Food Well-Cooked
a for the polishing of furnitur *floors at Low Cost?
I is favorably commented upon in all\ 'merchants in all parts of the worldA /
and wood work of all kinds.. These two articles quarters-and the betterment of the prominent place in the lecture i is
have world-wide reputation and roadway will prove a boon to thou- given to the value of newspaper ad i '
a are sands of j><.ople- ,'('rti..ingMr.. Brennan will tell how Call
the best for their purposes in the world. We :_____ .1 tq prepare newspaper copy, how to at our new location on Darling avenue any
Watch your children for symptomsof secure the best results, and why a day during the week
: nearly' forgot to add that we now have on worms. They undermine the health I merchant should advertise continually. commencing

sale another excellent Furniture Polish and and breed sickness. Use White's I' Window display, efficiency of 1 1

the price has been reduced to lOc per bottle. and Cream restores Vermifuge.health It and expells vigor.worms Price I{ clerks, selling methods and other .
will I .
{ topics of interest to merchants Monday March 14 ,
35c. Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy.* '' also he discussed.The j

WHY PRINTING PRICES" film tells in a vivid manner
the story of a merchant who is near
Osceola Hardware Store HAVE NOT BEEN LOWERED failure. As the film progresses the but more especially during the afternoon-and we i

reasons for his lack of success become I will demonstrate the .
fit
While prices have been sliding plain. Poor arrangement of goods ease convenience, economy

' down the hill on almost everythingelse an unattractive front, and most of and perfection which the of the
. 6644464440Y it is notable that there has beenno all, out-of-date business methods, all accompanies use
v decrease in printing office supplies I I contributed their. quota of loss. Finally J
and machinery and the dealers I a change: comes in the career
.\ state that there is no immediate I I Iof! the merchant He remodels his Duplex Fireless Cooker
prospect of reductions. Printing store installs. n modern system does <
presses' that were being sold four | more advertising, and rapidly rises
years ago/ at $2,900 are today being to success. The film is declared to
What Better Drink quoted at $0,400, which is U,5CO: have a business lesson in every scene. x q Our demonstrator will illustrate; how simple is the "
more than the former price, or more I The evening's (entertainment will
than double. Ink that could be'' t process of ";
not only he of interest to the business preparing
For Table Use than bought/ at 15 cents. Paper that was $,">.*> a )I.e of value to the general public ,
ton is $200 and contracts have to be Besides the business story there will Well Cooked
made for a year's supply in orderto he presented! a film on community Meals I
get it at that figure. The expenses )I development, showing the plantingof .
t POSTUM CEREAL of a weekly newspaper that tries to | flowers, parks playgrounds/ etc. I
present an up-to-date appearance I There are a number of humorous The public,; is ;invited to .this demonstration and
amounts to four times as much as is (cartoons the noted film "From Bud .;. t
received on subscriptions and there- to Blossom" and! numerous other .,. samples of the cooking of various (foods and delicacies J "
; fore it can be clearly seen that the patures. : I
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1 When well boiled-twenty receipts from ndv'JtiRingand: job There will be no charge for admis- : will be served free of charge. It is really

; printing have to l he depended uponto eion. Jf most important that housewives e
.r \ minutes or more it has keep the wheels turning.-Sandersville 'y I understand the, excellence -

j rich color and Progiess. ORLANDO BUSINESS MAN I 1' of these It \
a a particularly -
Resolutions Of Respect BUYS HOME IN KISSIMMEEF.

; delightful flavor. F. Woodward on Tuesdav closed "
. Whereas: God, in His infinite wis the sale of his'' prettv home on Main I Duplex Fireless Cookers
dom has allowed l the Grim Reaper of the t
; In these street, corner Orange new
Postum
c respects. Death to enter the home of Brother owner being F. W. Cooper" who has f
\ J. L. Heaman and snatch therefromhis been connected for several f. u '
i Cereal is the equal oF ( venrj -- -- -- ---- -- - -. -
d'wctcd! wife and our much-love I 'with the wholesale house of the LPW- - -- --
fine coffee and much nndpr faithful Pythian Sister.j is-Chittev Company of Orlqndo :Mr '
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den Carrie Reaman; therefore, l 1)e it I Cooper is traveling salesman for Don't Miss This Great i
: better f"or health. Resolved: Rv the officers and 'I this firm and makes this territory Offering i 1
members! of Kissimmee Temple No. intervals. He has
lilt very frequent _
I :21, that, while we bow in humblesubmission ) ''| been residing in Orlando but !.('cameimprR"(1 = - -
to t the will of our Heavenly -
with Kissimmee
as a spotin :
'JJieres a Reason'SOLD Father our hearts gp out in sympathy which to make his homo and was
.r to- our brother in his bereave not long in It'curinlhis deed to one Grantham Furniture
ment. With the hands of love we of the beauty-spots of the city. Mr. Company
point him to the One who death all and Mrs. Cooper will immediately
BY GROCERS things well and trust that whan occupy tho premises.
P Time shall be no more' we will join -- f .
i1 7-9 DARLINGTON .
AVE :
P POSTUMli her in that ,beautiful home where TELEPHONE
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" To new maid: "This is 'my son's 0 .
EVERYWHERE SciiSc1 parting\ and sorrow are unknown.Be room. He's in Yale." "YaT My 0065 ot OtooOOOtooooooooooo.ooooo
it further Resolved: That n bruddcr ban there too." "What oo..oo.o.o ooo i
copy of these resolutions be sent year?" "No venr. Da -iodtre! vust s "
Made by our brother, that a be entered I' T
copy
say: You Axel. 60 days In Yail. BIG
possum Cereal Com any.Inc. on our minute-book for permanent Truth S..eker.OneReventh. REDUCTION IN PRICES order your fertilizer w1tho r 1gettlee
eveav yi record, and that a cony be sent to ...,
Battle Creek, MI ch.-- = our NEW PRICE LISTS ISSUED.i1PLENTY u. y
the local paper for publication. of the total peat lands JUST OF MATta:.
MABEL R. OVERSTREET. in the United States are located in PALS PROMPT SU1PMENT. Order now Fertilizers 4 ...
Insecticides
Sprayers Poultry Supplies.E. -
ELIZABETH DONEGAN. Michigan and experiments are being
E ELIZABETH: WARING. conducted at Chelsea. turning the 0. PAINTERtERTILIZER CO V 4 t
BSSsrssrsssssrrrrssrstiixssssaistsiisssis- Resolution Commlt)ee. product of the Cogs into coke. JACKSONVILLE;
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"FURTHER TAPPING THE THOUGHT' TANK this The country Tampa has Tribune had two declares, gelf-play that ootoooo .z ',

ing presidents-then"" leaves the
DECLINE IN *: names'of the pair to be figured.Thutfs \
FLOYD
1)y THORN I alt) right Here's another:, R. S. -
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t- iI this country has had but one p'resi-
LUMBERPRICES" dent who couldn't obtain entrance to
,. Wedding'' Announcement : ( a Masonic' blue lodge. Now fight. it
, I I. ONE rI J Juliet, the youngest! daughter of out. Yes, I, know-but; I'm not tell -
T,1I0RNJS., ,,.Mrs, Elinor Glyn the celebratedEnglish Groceries and

I A celebrated financier once Bald i author, is soon to. be mar
'. ,, :ried to Sir Rhys Williams, Bar), K.C.
1 "A man In of no use till he gels in ing.DAYTON
h Dressed Framing__'_-____$132.00 debt. If this be true there shouldbe I ]Here's hoping that Julie will have
: more successful men. Most I. three weeks of real pleasure. But Fresh Meats

Flooring _J_._____,____ "30.00 any rood building will support I 'does that. "KI C." stand for Kansas, ,
i one but when edi ICily?
mortgage- an 1
Ceiling _______.____=__ 20-00 I flee gets HO covered with 'em that | nie *" *. "The Bicycle with a Five-Year "

Siding ____?_______'.__ 18.00: I I it In entitled to he l'altdtort! I ;1 Consequential the Orlando CoiTectSays Sentinel: Guarantee" We : ;
Block" I think the in
gage juke I are specializing, now on
bring carried to far. I II I Florida as a state has .
i I I pagwd her- 100th Jtirthday. Dayton Bicycles are the Best Celebrated Gardner Cakes
Solid or mixed cars with freight In another hundred yenta .
AIA! *I *, you'll never recognize the The only bicycle on the market
paid to any point in Florida. )MKteriouH. DinuplM-nrance" state. with which have reduced in price from 50c to 40c, but
a five-year in
Write Hoi'by fell in the cemont : Well. I'm duined sure \ wont! I guarantee I
to 3 still retain the high quality which 'has made them
thank writing by the maker.
No one knew just where he went: you. \ given
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Don't buy a bike that has onlya I i,, .,,. famous. They come in a good assortment.
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First they found of little Herb Congress Diesnd Digrmwrs I
TallahasseeLumberCo.TALLAHASSEE They spied his |panties> in the curb! "Conivies one-year guarantee when you f
*" *, *, I | can net a Dayton for the same: t .
I .\nd Pat, Uk.! ." 1,.(', Kicks died haid, too. The tariff lull aKo money. i PHONE 176 302 BROADWAY
FLORIDA '.Ii'tI-and died; also. And I'm I
Says heading fancy-
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appearing -
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in various dailies: "(;JcrmandolcfrntrH ing that someone or something. 'i is I Come and .look them over todayWynn's t. r !
---- - -- -- - - + to be shy on the Imam nil -
ordcirilo stand pat. It going question .4t 4-MM44S'OtMS 4.4'T OO'.OO dh0004P000
mnv be those folks run do it-but --as congress, a five moments Bicycle ShopLNo.
Knirl.rml has Iwen trying tlO stand ;,11'lor to taking its final (TMSII, lopped -
"I'nt" f'r a durned long time and off from the esliinated fedoi.il) tipprcpnations 105 Broadway Kiitimmee !

fl X 1 N G I II I A f E .8.8That's .8e \finds An the advertiser The thing Big At, is Idea>,fc a from dead sitVhiifH 1 failure Tasmania' l,453,483.tt2, :Makes: !A: Man the*. mere*"Hump.,kIt bagatelle of I 1 , .j I Everybody AI Who U Anybody Advertise Their 'Wants'4 in The Valley Gazette- ,1I


pl1Ares a classified in the Arcadia Says the Titusxjille S'ar-Aiixociite:
I Enterprise reading like thi: "Help Only one marl iug'1' lieinseissued
ind companion' wltnt'd--f'mal the past week -C. M. ,
Our Specialty Prefer[ middle-aged woman with no Davis, of Jacksonville, to ....
strings im h.?r. One capable and Lenora Cop It n 1I."t'1', of Calln-
Of Course, We Do All Varieties of willingThat advertiser must be han $ev. Conway tied the
a gardener who has been raining knot. I ,
Repairing Work And We Do It l>eun.. for the market HO )long that Ixjrdy lordy man, tying
lie desires everything "strmglcss." 'em in knots here in Osceola countylong
Right. We Sell Tires On Close ,
*" long ago. Brevard is suttinglv I
MarginsALFORD Let's Hare It Fixed 'way behind the times. They just I
Right between u's girln I'd like to snat) 'em here--and then they are N
say that the banner across the avenue the easier unsnapped. Get it? Sec
at the Osceola Hardware riirner is that hump? Hear it for
twisted and wound round the cable *.. *.. yourselfthe
till it greatly resembles a fishworm "Gosh Hang It"
THE VULCANIZER with a bad cane of colic. I don't know The latest copy of the Hastings
107 whose duty it is. to rearrange the Herald, under the above heading anda '
re BroadwayWOOD t'mhl'm-h'ut I'd suggest that Earl sub-head of "How Hastings will = phonograph which
Lupfer stop loafing long enough' to look in another thirty days" published -
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straighten th' durn thing. I thank two hip black daubs. They were
you. intended, I really believe to represent amazed all Kissimmee
something but after
microscopic '
I'm Certainly Shocked investigation I'm tempted to .I.
Says a sign in the window of the say that if Hastings is going to look -
Dollar Limit stole: "Oar extra pants! anything like those things the residents you one of those who believe that no phonographcan
would do well to ARE
do not come high. Goodness' me, migrate right
For stove or fireplace delivered on George, I'm still hoping that they now-pronto. Still, I hardly think match the voice of the living human? An astonishing -
come high enough to hitch gallussesoneven the publisher meant just what he
short notice. Also heavy haulingof if you can't wear a belt. predicted. discovery awaits you-.-like the thousand music ,

all kinds with auto truck. And again and moreover it shouldhe j *. *" lovers who attended the Gladys Rice recital. '

Leave orders al Osceola. Hardware understood that anything in that Tiny Tragedies
line of garments that costs more Rocked boat,
Company, or than five plunks should he spoken of Wooden coat Thomas A. Edison gave his famous fled. Their ears were nnable to
as "trou8<'rl<." I'm talking about -Luke McLuke.
b. RE-CREATED
W. H. JONES men-folks, you know, George.: Raisin jack Tone-Test in the Casino IheaclUtiapiala t e
. *. Call the hack. voice front the tiring. You have '
Kissimmee Tuesday
'if/" PHONE 81-3 Well. What's, The Answer' -Warren Tribune. .ter on even- never heard any phonograph that
Asks the Saint Petersburg Times"How : Blew out gas \ mg. November 9. 1920. H e had approaches the New Editon. It

Saint many Petersburg'Dodge"cars I arc never there was in. Then low mass-Hastings Tribune Miss Rice sing in direct comparison RE-CREATES not only the musi- \
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much good at answering enigmas Couldn't swim. with the RE-CREATION of cal notes but every elusive quality
nnd l I know an awful little ahou' Pray for him. her voice by the New Edison. of tone and color which identify
,that Mll.igibut I'm wiling to
FiXING G FORDS Klsimmee who doesn't own a tar' Oh, d-arn.
may bo seen most any time of day or
night trying( to dodge cars somewhere Silly verse,
v about the ..'ty, If that is going Call a hearse.
to lead up to the correct replyto I *. i
the conundrum please send thennzemonev Something To Think AboutIn "The Phonograph with a Soul"
direct to here at The' the .
me publication styled Motor '
Gazette office. Vogue is made the assertion M. . ""nw'
lip That'f Our Specialty *. *. *" O. Eldridge, the A. A. A. director by of a:" \t ": .' 1 Come in and hear the identical. instrument ,.., ; !;': : .

Yo,,'V(' Speecbed A, Mouthful roads, that "Three times as many ', ;" : which was used in this. Tone-Test. Make .. .,...m, ,(} llfl t'
Of Course We Do AU Varieties of R And now there Is talk American citizens were killed or injured -, '. '",";, .'. .'//\\\t. '
'' the for
discovery yourself.
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:about .pushing legislation at grade crossings in 1917, great .
through the next talkfert at 1918 and 1919 as were killed or injured -
Work And We Do It
Automobile Tallahassee which will force the "
during Revolutionary war. i
every quack-doctor in the He gives the American casualties CENTRAL DRUG STORE
Rifbt state to either leave or get the principal battles as 6,600 and '
busv at some honest occupation places the grade crossings killed or -
And if all of them, injured for the three year-period as 104 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA 4
all of those who hardly know 19,368 men, women and children, of
Eddie: Hansell the I first rudiments of guessing which 605; died of their injuries The instrument used in this Tone-Test is the regular model
at ailments, are driven I' within twenty-four hours of the ac .
( which sells for It is exact duplicate of ,the Laboratory
No. 18 Emmett Street from the state what a hll cident. $295. an -
tus there will be! Then ethics The sorry part of this assertion of Model which Mr. Edison perfected after spending Three '
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4. will be strained while fact is that in nearly every instancethe .
the army is entrained as loss of life was caused by care- Million Dollars in experiments '
they leave the state some leanness of the drivers of the cars.
sadder and some wiser; for Possibly in one case in several hundred -
physicians say they shouldn'tand I this is not correct; but I have '
Prentis & Thomas the couldn't and they 'never seen or read of such an actual "
wouldn't mix themselves with condition except where a car "stall- Day Phone /v//-/ /VVV Night Phone
any common advertiser. ed" on a crossing and no haste was r. /\v VV\/\/ / /\ ,
"Thorn," in Kissimmee Ga- shown in pushing it otTo The care-
AUTO REPAIR[ SHOP zette. ful driver slacks or stops' before 41 / 21
While assenting to the general crossing a track; he knows the engine -
proposition as above set forth, some has the' right of way; four feet ,
and Storage thing about the foregoing vaguely: from the1'track he can see a long
suggests that "Thorn" could, if he distance in either dire'tion-and is
would, whistle the words to an old safe; and the engineer is too often
y hymn yclept "Leather Britches." blamed for the short-comings of the '.
Are we right?Lakeland Telegram chauffeur. .
BRING IN YOUR"CARS *. *.. XT'- *

.A, Day Of Huge Figures The Wonderful Wonderful Inland PAINTS FOR EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR USEDevoe's
So common has it become for the Have you heard of the wonderful island -
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I nation to use amounts and estimatesplug !
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,! that statisticians give huge figures If you haven't, I'm sorry, old chap;
I' We are Prepared to* do all kinds of with a carelessness that is It is fine, you must know '
sometimes extremely laughable. In And the folks are not glow ,
BATTERY WORK J a late issue of the Columbia Sentinel On the wonderful Island. of Yap. Pure Lead and Zinc Paint ,
is the most
Thomas E. Watson, who
emphatic editor in the entire uni- It's a cute little spot in the ocean- FOR EXTERIOR U5E )
t J verse-and frequently makes assertions And it's not large enough for a scrap; (( ,
with which I agree-said: Yet the papers are full -
Stomach and Liver Trouble Eighteen hundred palatial, luxur- Of political bull Fewer Gallons Cover More and Wear Longer :,
ious .private cars are on the sidetrack Which pertains to the Island of Yap.
at Palm Becah. Now Tom 1
Lily, Ky.-"I ....ene! fram atoms ought to know better than to make They have filled the Congressional
..lnd liver trouble. Ha4 *a aa y' such an assertion. If he'd said Record .
and heartburn and "eighteen" there'd have been some With a lot of stuff lacking the snap-- U. S. N. DECK PAINT .j
had headache ...n "
sense in it; but "eighteen hundred! Which a great many read
of the time. After Gee! That's some cars. I seriously j I But which mighty few heed-
aeh meal I WM doubt if there have been that many Else they'd know of the Island of Yap. '
sick, could ..eareelykeepanythiagoai there in all the years Palm Beach has ( fOR INTERIOR USE ) }

myatomach been in existence-add them all together Some assert there'll be found there
not even ; That number of "palatialprivatecars" some secrets Floors Walls Etc. :f
on
j (water. I didn't would fill more than Something nice, if it once gets on tap; ,
think tkere was amedicine miles of side-track blow the foam ';
twenty-five : One might off DRIES HARD OVER NIGHT ;"
mad that
twelve times the mileage to he found Many miles from his homeIf i '
(would ear eel bat,_ c 4 there! The most expert canner of he'd go to the Island of Yap. \
Dr.Pleree's .
C after naiaj Goldea 4.. sardines. couldn't pack that many %
Medical DUeo"ery \ "palatial private-cars" on all the But. let's get to the pith of the mat- "A Rich Marr Can Buy No Better MakeA -.. ,
I eat anjthiiif I Want and It doe sidetracks in Palm Beach West ter' ; i i'A > 14
oat can hurt me. I will always praise this Palm Beach, Prairie Jupiter, Salerno Let congress awake from i its nap; Poor Man Can Make No Better Buy"
-.dieiae."aillLBS. 1.IZZID 'DEBICK. ,. and Stuart-if the Flagler system Then the wet and tht dry J
was kept up to its schedule. I Can shout out in loud cry: t
think what Tom meant to say was "We're enroute to the Island of Yap!"
Yon can procure a trial package&he of "eighteen cars"-and the mischief- I full Line of Automobile Paints Enamels[ and Household Paints iii
the tablete by sending 10 cents to making linotyper slipped in that Mirabile VHU ,
",Ja.aJicSa" Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. hundred because he needed that I am making: this little suggestionNot I
--- much to pay on his installment au because I'm in love with the Sold. ,In Kissimmee by W. B. MAKINSON COMPANYi

(f1 course the purebred sire is the tomobile. Really, are there as many Jap-- ,
f' flr'; t(tetep. but there's no good argu- as "eighteen hundred world pri But because I'm inclinedTo I .
t mft against purebred females in vate-cars" in all the Take see what we might find I -
1 livestock' improvements. th' witness. On the clever-named Island of Yap. -, i. .
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PRESSPh Meet and \X ere Mrs. Elizabeth Sanborn, Ever Ready and Pleasing fully demonstrated on
Has Charge of The Library and the Entire Property I
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named, and the public '
AS. TO THE CURFEW LAW I __
FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1921 especially housewives,
-- THERE f has been considerable comment over the curfew law-not I is urged to be present 1'
COMPARING CLIMATES OF ARIZONA AND FLORIDA only in this city where the law is said to be upon the statute book, although As an inducement we
-- .it is not enforced, but in various cities throughout the stale. Nearly DEMONSTRATIONSATURDAY shall make
I ONE S. W.. Nichols who went' from Jacksonville Illinois, to Anzona- every city in America has at one time or another passed and put in practice MARCH 12
where he located at Tucson- writes back to the Journal of his home town : a law of this nature (for the express purpose of seeing that parents who I
I tell you it was a kind providence that guided me here instead lacked the governing ability in their family matters could be aided by the I Prices All
of( to Florida (for I am told by several that the winter down' police. Very few fities have long continued the practice.. It has been the YOU ARE INVITED Special [ Day I
there has been especially cold and damp. Here the atmosphere is cause of much complaint (from parents Ihem \ the arrests which
decidedly clear and dry. ollowed liave been roundly condemned -and the offices( have been severely - On National Goods i
I se t they are having ajl sorts of storms and troubles in the abused when carrying out the pints of the law. This has caused the
east and here in the balmy sunshine it is hard! to realize that &uch officers to gradually allow the ruling to fall into disuse. F. C. BRYAN COMPANY
conditions exist. The nights are cool- yes, cold-- and we have The Hastings Herald of last week contained the (following community 46 Main StreetDon't
rt some /fire but with such a climate a person can sleep at the rate lion from one mother who has seen her error in not starting the childrenn
of 40 knots an hour.It the right way. The letter read:
is a matter of regret that Mr. Nichols should have been so incorrectly The time for this bell to ring has come i if we want to save our I
advised regarding conditions I in Florida; and it is also to be regretted coming generation. We can rise out of the mistakes wehave made -t
that the Journal should have allowed the cold conditions, in the "eastto and do what we can do anyhow. We've made mistakes but we
have suggested that the same situation was bothering the "south." II know how to use them. Now in this case, let's know hew to use Miss This Chance :
i, is admitted that Arizona is a mecca (for the consumptivesand that incipient them, and like the white lily grow from an ugly bulb. Let's not
+ cases have been entirely cured by those seeking that climate when have the name that Hastings is not what it should be. but is an
'" the disease was young; the climate is very dry ; the annual rainfall in the i orderly place, where children under age are in at nine o'clock. We :
vicinity of Tucson is three inches; the summer heat frequently ru.s to 1 120 can. with Cod's help and l our prayers will be answered and our F. C. Bryan hCo.r
degrees in the shade; the nights are usually cold. cleat boys and girls will be saved. This is the time and age of( improvement -
To compare tbat country with Florida especially with the southern portion and not a time to degenerate.Such .
y of the Peninsular Stateis as relatively difficult as multiplying nine cows' a plaint from a mother is, indeed pitiful; and draws from every l I
i by thirteen horses and expecting to secure an intelligible answer. It can't linking man sympathy that is genuine. Yet it i is really impossible to legislate .. .
it be Jone. What can be done however is to deny the assertion that the into any human being a desire to do right. No fear of( punishment however --- -- -
,> winter here "has been especially cold and damp." The season here has been severe can' change one's desire to do wrong. The law may prevent 1
t perfect-probably more perfect than that of( Arizona. There have no more ome actions from (fear of( penalty but the desire will remain. One can
i than half-dozen( imperfect days throughout the entire winter even (though never cure a kicking horse, after it has once given an exhibition of its ::
there have been numerous dangerously-cold periods of several days' duration power; years may pass before( the animal will again; break over; but the LAWN FETE
in many northern points. One has but to travel! over this section ol :areful owner never has (full confidence in that horse.
the slate to observe that Florida has been singularly blessed throughouf Consequently the parent should be the more careful and thoughtful( 11
what has been in many localities a severe winter. u to the early training of( the children and not start them off w carelessly .
1 Unquestionably there have been in Florida during the season that i ii I' hat the officers of( the city, county and stale are required to put their -, --oOo- -- -- I
"now on"close to one million. tourist and it is with such a Jury that The JOYS and girls to bed at (the time usually considered the correct hour.
I i Gazette willing to rest its case. Every visitor has remained in the state The Gazette would be pleased to hear (from the residents of Kissimmeetheir On the Bullock Lawn 212 CUdeXxenue, on the' alley ,
( as long as personal) mailers would permit.. Many ha\e remained over I th( opinions regarding the rigid enforcement of the curfew law as now noon of Saturday March 12, will he 1 l.elJ an exent full ,
I r limit. Some have decided to make arrangements to become permanent' on the statute books of the city. If the --majority desire the enforcement ef "sport pleasure and charm. Refreshments will! \bl' *'\
l residents. None have voluntarily left the state; none (except an extremely nd will aid in the work there is little doubt that it will be resuscitated and served. Amusement for all and entertainment for e\et>-
r limited number) hue departed with other than the highest opinion o, ut to work to work right too. t
Tins for the benefit of the Rectory Fund of/ St.
one. is
) Florida as "a perfect spot. If there has been here and there an isolated -- ---
t I grouch it has not been, the (fault of the weather or the environment; it is REAPPORTIONMENT T OF THE LEGISLATURE--BUT WHEN? Johns. -
because the man has a general hatred of himself. and desires to spread unpleasant :

propaganda as long as possible rather than make satisfactory arrangements THERE is not a doubt that the majority of the 'voters of Florida implicitly YOU ARE INVITED fl
with some cheerful undertaker. believe in' the reapportionment of the slate-but how bat( reapportionment :
None will deny the excellence of Arizona-for some special conditions; is to be brought about is a problem as vexing as. it is perplexing.It .
t but under its most pleasing conditions it can be compared with this, state is a question if the results desired can be attained until there is a change r .
A only to the higher rating of Florida. in the constitution which emphatically states that there -shall be but sixty-
Mister Nichols has been decidedly misinformed. eight members in the lower house. If there are more than that number -- - -- --
t ----- -- ,it t would stand to reason that all legislation enacted is void and of( no ef-: Everybody Who Is Anybody Advertises Their "Wants" in The Valley Gaxett
WHY DO BOYS GO "FLEWEY?" feet just as it is so rendered because of the (fact that the same constitu ..

---- :lion insists that a reapportionment must take place every ten years. ><< + ++++++++++ ++ >-."' >- ++<-:-:-+:w7+-:-:-++4v++++4
EVERY little while some "scientist" "moralist"comes out with a Many of the counties in the stale now having what other counties
f \ fpeil l as to why youths "go plum .t to nothing." The cause has been named deem an inordinate number would hesitate before taking steps to lessen : Goodman Woodall
I !,' as almost everything; school conditions incompetent teachers, movie shows, the number. Counties feeling their representation is not in 'proportion to '
'" novels the daily press, theatres and scores of other thingsin fact those heir( population would not be strong enough on the roll-call to put through : ..
i who utter preachments against conditions which are so common have hit the measure adding to their number. In every case' there would be considerable :
;I' upon many sources except the correct one. The chief reason why lads "go trouble in selecting a legislature of the size allowed by the con- : T se :New G-rc::>cery I
wrong" if one cares to use the hackneyed expression, may be (found in the stitution-made when there were but few counties-and allow the vastly-
.I, home and the early training. increased number of counties to be properly represented. Next to Chamber of Commerce
Too much home legislation is as bad as too little; too many rules rigidly Apparently there is but ore logical way out of the dilemma. That is :
enforced-too little (freedom for fear of wildness-too few explanations as to amend the constitution as to allow a commission form of government;
'/ to "wherefores'and "whys"all these are but incentives (for the boy to make the governor the head of the commission; surround him as is the OUR MOTTO
I ..wander. On the other hand the home can be just as easily broken by too Internal Improvement Fund body with several of the important state officials I .
great a laxity-by too great carelessness upon the part of the parents. The / add a sufficient number of representative citizens from all sections
< happy medium is sometimes difficult to touch-for there are apparently no of the state to make a body of much strength and wisdom without becoming PRICES THE FAIREST
; : I two*' individuals precisely similar. Yet--practically all of the wrong-doing and unweildy-these latter to permanently hold the position so that they would :E I QUALITIES THE BEST
the ill-deeds oft the man may be traced to the early training. It is related not be subject to political pressure brought .upon them; then let the upper
+ that one religious order has given to the -public this expression : "Give us and lower house go hang) Thus would Florida introduce to the world a .. 1'
? i the boy till he be a dozen years old and our faith is sure of him thereafter." new plan-which would savor of the very popular commission form of government -
i j Early impressions are the most lasting-and the hardest to be forgotten. for cities and would have all the good elements of the smaller
t !I ",'j 1 1i Argument, example, and commonsense are three factors that will lend combination with a much greater scope. ..
to start youths on a higher course than any other three things. Argument If this is to continue as "an age of improvement" Florida might as : Our window
t ; '. of an illustrative nature without a spirit of animosity or vindictiveness; ex- well lead the movement as to languidly sit and, later fall into the same line displays a
;" ample that is given in a companionable manner and free of "see-how-good- of government and progression. If such a metamorphosis could be brought :
a+ amanIam"style; and commonsense carefully displayed. The boy does about there would be a great elimination of official leeches who hold "posi- : attract many customers -
, like be tions' about useless official( cHecker to Saint Peter at the Golden :
not to "picked upon" by those in a position to say mean and cutting as as an
,j tSingi-but nine in ten are willing to listen to reason if rightly told. And : but the inside
a t 1 it I may be added that what is good (for the boy is good also (for the girl. &. "
,w 9 f If the boy is started righ\, in the home he is mighty apt to go rightin Gate.ELECTRIC II
'', in the school-ancT moving-pictures nor any other form of divertisement are CAFE showings are far in _
4 apt to lower him in any way. If he is "looked after" to a degree far less .!- ;
than the mother looks after her pet cat. on the father looks after his high- -' .t. the lead. That is why I
-, bred dogs or hogs it is not to be wondered at that he sometimes "slips". SUNDAY MENU :
C; v from the best there is in him. Boys and girls require that relaxation which . ,, those who look '
?7.5 nature demands in the young of any sort; and:! too much restriction or too eventually -
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r T much laxness will have a tendency to stunt the best that within them lies. SOUPS b g
f- t + They who successfully( solve the problem of where lies the happy medium Chicken Consomme Mock Turtle EnqueeneNe f come in and buy. ?
,- are the ones whose children brow to be the best men and women ins : 4
the community.
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a TABULATING the vole of the primary; Saturday evening the emphatic' Oysters in Cups Your -Trade Will Be Appreciated
i reader of the ballots called out the name "Katz"precisely three hundred Fresh Green Beans Small Potatoes in Cream
and ninety-nine times-and each time he pronounced the title as i if( 'twere
spelled like that of( the late lamented near-governor of this state. Consequently Asparagus Tips t .
} in each of the three hundred and ninety-nine cases there was a SALADSCelery
sl i f grunt of disapproval from the' audience. As is well-known in Kissimmeethe f Goodman Woodall '
newly-elected councilman pronounces his name as i if( it were spelled Lettuce, Young Onions, Cold Slaw .
"KoU." and the reader knew it; just as the "Katzenjammer Kids"are ProprietorsNEXT
pronounced "Kotzenyomer; but the election official explained his action!! DESSERTS TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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v by saying on the following day that, after what Florida bad been suffering Steam Grapenut Pudding Vanilla Dip BROADWAY ,
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[ I R. S. Floyd has "been' seriously ill! Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Sunday-were "
since Saturday at his home corner visitors to of Brack and Lake streets, but is ;they were (pleats. ,of the mother ,of
WOOD! WOOD!' WOOL... now slowly convale c1ng. the doctor, ,
Phone 112.. ROMS Graves. 49-tf Call ate Stanford's and"get prices I I Frequent showers this'jvoek have ANNOUNCEMENT s
1 Read Nelson Realty Company's spring dresses and up-to-date waists improved the unpaved sections 'of
classified add., The Epworth League members(the various highways.

The Wednesday Afternoon Bridge netted some twenty-five dollars last I Call at Stanford's and get prices .
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ClOb;! was entertained by Mrs. Howard Saturday ,by the sale of candies in'spring dresses and up-to-date waists* ...
0\ M. Katz, at her home In -CarsonAddition. the rptunda of the Dixie theater., 1 j Mt,.. I K. A. Thomas, of Saint Cloud, .
Splendid furnished modern home, was in Kissimmee on Wednesday
Call at Stanford's and get prices immediate possession. Nelson Realty looking after business matters--and,
spring' dresses and up-to-date waists Company. ,incidentally\ ,' calling at the office of We have completed the removal of our' complete
Miss\ R. C. Harris of Toronto,'j{ Mrs Sarah A. Prevatt: o'f 509!! The Gar tte.
Canada, who has been guest of Mrs. I Mabbette street, has returned home I Two ten-acre tracts adjoining; .
A. W. Johnston at the "Naidanac," after a visit of several weeks with]close. to city; If80 per acre; $100 per, 4: stock and are now located in more commodious
has left for her home. relatives in Bainbridpe, Georgia (:year; 5 ,.percent t < on. doffcn-ed payments -
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Several nice lots four Nelson Realty Company
t Several fine little farms close to building
town on brick road cheap and easy s Mocks from courthouse; $50 cash, I There is to be .a demonstration of in what has been ,known the Dann
4k payments. Nelson Realty Company I balance to suit Nelson Realty CuinIpany. I the goods! of the! National Biscuit quarters as
I Company on Saturday this! weei;
A. W. Johnston, of Toronto, arrived '
I in Kiasimmc-e Saturday to spend Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Prevatt, at the store of K. C. Bryan & Company "
-and "special prices will he Building. This is next door to Roberson's
Drugstore
the month with !Mrs. Johnston at formerly of Kissimmee but now residents I -
made all goods of that manufacture
on -
of Sanford, visitors in
their bungalow, "Naidanac, | in were
North Kissimmec. the city the curly part of the week. sold during the sale.
: To bdrr'ow $2,500 on I We carry the best the market affords I I This evening will be given th" i and will hereafter be known as the STORY
series df recitals the
Wand security. For parliL'ularMinquire in nice frech grocer.es, and a first of a by
students of the piano class of thelocal
full line of etPhone'
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of The hay grain
at the office Valley !
Gazette. 8-tf your orders. Water & Carson Grocery high school, which are planned BLOCK. Remember please the location.
Company. to occur once each month. The! public s new
V The :Misses Lottie and Lola Lawler is. invited to he present at this ,
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and little Katherine Noryclle\ are J. L. IlargraveB, who was formerly entertainment, which is scheduled to
enjoying a delightful visit in Kissimmee in the grocery business at Saint commence at .seventhirty.Mr."and i We now have plenty of room in which to display
of Cloud, was in Kissimmce on Wcod-
where they are guests
Mrs. N. K.) Baiklcy. withtheir
lie is resident of
_. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wade Tucker.- nesday.Tampa. now a II son and daughter, and l 1Ir.: and q .
-_ Lakeland Telegram. Mr" George Pownell, who have been lines of and
goods aim will be sell
Harrington Hall, Chase & Sanborn, i| County Agent L. H. Wilson, of Os- spending the season at Saint Cloud, our many our to -
rArbucklc's, and all the l best brands ccola county, is making a special, were in Kissimmee on Wednesday I
delivered\ !('drive to interest farmers in'ri of offce. Everything enroute to their Indiana home. The
& Carson (Company growing. He is also doing some constructive ; t
Grocery their
Waters i visitors expressed determine-. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dillon, after :.campaign work for the in conducting Tontrol ofinsect a spray It this ion_Jo jipend l their text hcasorl': HIGH CLASS MERCHANDiSE "

spending three very pleasant monthsin pests and diseases on citrus.-Flor county.
Kissimmee, left on Satruday for ida' Grower. N"xt Monday will be commencedat
their home in Lowell, Ohio. They expressed I the Casino a new serial which
t their determination to return Wanted: a lady to canvass Kis. promises to be most interesting, and I at prices low that the most careful buyer will be
sell household so
here early next fall. |jsimmoe to a small ar- Manager West is making the special
4 tide of great merit. Will sell in almost matinee that all children -
An especially fine site for a three-i after for the
I 1). M. Saint
family. Pry
business block ;; every be admitted free on payment -
story in Kissimmee flutiron-shape is at the junction of j|I Cloud, F orida. lie may of the wartax, one cent. Therp well satisfied and will become constant' patron.
Stewart avenue and Broadway. Organization of advisory boards in I promises to be a full house_-as the
time there will be such a soml'-I every community in the south that matinee commences at four 'o'clock. .
that poiBt-and 'it will be a winning the work of relief may be extendedover A demonstration of the Duplex
business location.Dr. I the entire country is containedin tireless cooker i is to be held at the
T. M. Rivers has removed his program the Salvation for 1921.Army Work home towards service 'furniture store of C. II. Grantham NEW VOILES: FOR EASTER: : ARE NOW HERE
and I in its new location on Darlington
office from the P.lley building
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Florida already
forming a board in has -
in if new the State occupying bank: a block.convenient These suite offices -I I begun. avenue-the on the demonstration coming Monday.to Foods commence We have many pretty patterns from which you

are on the second floor, fronting Delicious self-rising flour, 24- cooked in the apparatus will be served -
Telephone pound sack, $1.45; Goldt..lal: plain, I free during the afternoon to those

Darlington avenue. : 148'1 i 24-pound 24-pound sack sack,, 155.1.35: ; Also Orient Pillsburyand plain,.I who given call the-.and public.a general invitation is may choose. These are priced at 69c and $1 for

Charlew N. Paver,
}fl' and Mrs.! -
Waters & Carson Grocery
Dainty The to holda 'J
Daughters are
King's
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who have" been spending a very *
pleasant winter in Kissimmee, have Company.The food sale Saturday afternoon Fancy Colors and at 50c a yard for Solid Colors. '
been called home by the illness of a I management of the Casino is commencing at three o clock in the ,
..r meter of Mrs. Paver They will leaveon making an endeavor to have Wednesday Chamber of Commerce, and the .
Saturday, greatly to their regret, a "feature day," when something members of that society urge the
for their residence in Cincinnati. j i| above the average will be pre public to patronize the offerings.The .
sented. The showing on Wednesdayof proceeds are to be devoted to-
It has been proven !beyond success-of | this week indicated that Burgess wards paying the pledge made when On Friday Saturday and Monday
fal contradiction that kindheartedreside no city West was making an effort to fulfill 'the debt was "lifted" from the Methodist ,
Florida possesses' more his promises. church some weeks ago. I
'nts where sickness is about
docs Kissimmee. This Jact has I II Will exchange nice five-acre truck For the first time since the latter of Tule de
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A Special Offering Ginghams at
noticed in numberless instances I farm inside city limits, in good con- part of August! the Southland garage -
I I t'J.than. it forms an asset that is of ditibn, for a roadster or touring car.Here's I was Hark on Wednesday evening
...value to all who haverympnthy your chance. J. N. Parker, '1'-W. H. Edington having relinquish'ed 29c the
shown them due east from auto camp, just across his lease on the property. lie has yard
0 I railway. 13-tfc built\ up a nice trade by doing a j
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I The hunt for half-centa has been I square business, and has been an asset -
successful in bringing forth many I to KKsimmee, and it may be possible and Pretty Dress Ginghams at 75c the yard
names 'of those who possess such that he will close a lease on
I coins. One of the winter visitors in another property and remain in the .. -

CASH m GARRY y polis.KiHsimmce Michigan whose:Mrs.: home Clara is in Pipher Cusso-, city.The Methodist Missionary Scojety YOUR

reports that she has one of the (coins is making arrangements to hold a OUR LOSS WILL BE GAIN
I of one-half cent denomination bearing bazaar of unusual proportions on 5
date of 1809. Saturday. !March 26, at the Chamberof
In view of the fact that airplanes) Commerce. There will be some
RtTi* d Price List I.are being stolen in Florida at this specially-fitted baskets with colored Tuesday, while getting ready to move, ,we had a 1
season of the. year Sheriff Farmersuggested Easter eggs on sale-and these may
MARCH 10 the commissioners be also ordered in advance by, tele-
THURSDAY to
., , I!Monday/ that the purchase -of a small on phone. The society is advertising large number of pairs of Women's Shoes which had j
GOOD FOR ONE WEEKs plane for his official use as a this event-at which will be handled .

.:...... I"chaser" might be a good investmentfor cooked foods, candy and a general
the county. The board made no assortment of fancy work.B. .
been taken from the shelves. the
10-tb Fancy Rice________$ .49 decision: Funk appeared'before the commissioners just Along came

24-tbs Merry Widow Flour 1.50 I' B. H. Coney, of Sanford, was in on !Monday with request s

12-tbs Self-Rismf/Hour/ __ .79 I I matters.Kissimmee He yesterday is brother, upon of Lieutenant business I that the the vicinity road leading of the To old his residencein canning- I rain; the roof leaked; and the boxes collapsed. The ,:

Flour__ .79 I Coney, who made the wonderful'crosscountry plant might be made the better in
12-tbs New
Century
flight from Californiato order that postal delivery might be

24-tbs Pillsbury Flour ____ 1.65 Florida, a distance of 2190 miles, made there for the many residentsof shoes were not damaged the boxes were. Three -J Ji
in less than twenty-three hours- that vicinity. Mr. Funk explainedthat t ;
I-Ib Maxwell House Coffee .38 thus creating a record exceeding all the betterment was sadly needed .

_____ ..15llb previous undertakings.Steps -ami would be a great aiTT for
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l-lb Fancy Prunes manv citizens. No action was taken inches of water will flood any floor, and these elegant -

4. Army Hash _u_____ .15 are to be immediately taken the -but the application was filed i
:to place a new crossing over
12-lbs Army Bacon %.39 railway spur on the Dixie Highwaynear IN LIGHTER VEIN
------ I I shoes sale
the works of the Candler Lum- I high-class goods, are going on at
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8-tbs Meal and Grit..
ber Company plant. This i is said to "OfficeY, what is the prisoner
5 cans Baby Van Camp__ .30 be a private track and it devolves charged with ?" asked the judge. '
upon those using the spjij: to see Cop: "Mostly soda water, sir.- greatly reduced price-and it will pay you to investigate 1
3 cans Tall Northfield____ .40 that all danger is eliminated. The Boston Record.

__ .08 Improvement is greatly needed. I
14-oz Loaf Fresh. Bread Magistrate: "But your wife says
E. T. Marple, of 525 Mabbette these at Don't miss this chance
you haven't spoke a word to her for once. to -
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I gallon Alaga Syrup street, who was taken to the hospitalat over a year." Polite prisoner: "No,

gallon Alaga Syrup____ .50 Orlando this week, underwent an your worship, I didn't want to inter-
operation on Wednesday-and the rupt her.-Pearson' Weekly. shoes the stock'is nice and
2 cans Small Blue Karo_ .25 latest word from the institution announces save on ; dry now.
wife dis-
News Item: A Chicago
that is
he. getting along .
2 cans Small Red Karo___ .35 nicely. Mrs. Marple spent Wednes- located her jaw while Scolding her F
word the wise.-New 0-
husband. to
A
2 packages Oatmeal _____ -25 day at the hospital, and went again Herald.

3 Packages Post foasties__ .35 yesterday her husband morning as long to as remain possible.Sid .with Castle"Doctor, my husband l is troubled" MEN'S FINE SUITS BOUGHT ON LOW MARKETS
with noise in his
a buzzing ears.
No. 2 Lima Beans____2 for .35 B. Owen, manager of the adjustment "Better send him to the seashore fora
of the Association
bureau Tampa -
No. 2 Tomatoes --------- 10 i of Credit Men, returned last month." "But" he can't get away."

No. 2 Stringless Beans____,. .15 I night from a business trip to Kis- "Then'you go. -Cleveland News. Every: Garment Bargain .
be
she
I simmee Mount Dora and Orlando. "My wife says would
No. I Glass Jar Sliced Peach. .25 !I Mr. Owep l is receiver of the Waters speechless with amazement if I
P. C. Flour .35 I. & Carson Grocery Company of Kis- should spend a evening at".home. Values that recently sold as high as $65.00. Will i -
2 pkgs. Pillsbury simmee and his trip was in connec- "Trying to bribe you, eh? -Town ,

Shredded,, Wheat Biscuit____ .15 : tion with the settlement of the affairs Topics.
of this company.-Tampa. Tri She-" 'Fess up now that you men at $35 $30 $25 $22.50 $19 and $18.50- w .
No. 8 Snowdrift _________ 1.35 bune. like talkative women as well MS the go :
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Bulk Lard Compound _____ .15 Brick building material has already -.other" ."' He-"Others. What oth- ,

Smoked Bacon _____ .25 been placed on the ground at i ers? -Boston Transcrip
Fancy
the plant of the Candler Lumber and We Will Give One Shirt Free With Every SuitLarge
White Side Meat __-______ .20 'Company for the construction of the .

________ .10 I first unit of bungalows for the employees .
Granulated Sugar I of the concern, and the work
Best Creamery Butter _____ .65 of erection of these dwellings is under [EASTER B BAZAAR l R

... 3-lbs Nut Oleo _________ 1.00 |' the way.mill They on the will cross-avenue be located southof connecting shipment of Women's Low. Shoes for Easter \

with the Dixie HiKhway-
1 ',some distance north of the 4190-
EXTRA foot bridge leading to "the island." under auspices of 'J' wear just unpacked and priced very reasonably.

SATURDAY SPECIAL I This bridge is nearly three-fourths. of Methodist Missionary Society ,

White Salt Meat lb______ 'J5 a mile in length. SATURDAY, MARCH 26in
Mrs. Thomas T. Cotnam, who is
speaking in Kissimmee and other the NEW STORE
"WE SELL IT FOR CASH :cities o? the state upon the subjectof Chamber of Commerce ;
WE SELL IT FOR LESS" the three branches of government, Cooked Foods Candle 1
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is described as a most interesting YLESLNSTORyR:
i logician whose lectures are imprea- and a general ;

THE TAYlOR SYSTEMKISSIMMEE r ,{sive.knowledge She has regarding a marvelous governmental store ..ofI Display of Fancy Work L & COMPANY

I matters-and she has the knack of Also will be on sale Easter
,' telling facts in a marfffe that are Baskets\ containing Easter Colored
" I I easily understood and are retained in Eggs. Advance! orders for1 Colored 22 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE,; FLORIDA 22 BROADWAYs
r' Broadway : Brack and Vine the minds of all who attend her Easter Eggs may be given
N meetings. Mrs. Cotnam is speakingin Mrs. J. J. McCranie, phone 264, 2
I HAIN/S CITY Kissimmee under auspices of the or Mrs. A. W. Bailey, phone 196. t
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{ Prof. Thayer is known as the man who made millions think. He is as popular with American audiences today as William Jennings! : l.

Bryan was fifteen years ago His subject is of the greatest importance every man, woman and chiT, and it will mean a fortune to '

you in years to come, if you listen to hiti now. Millions of people all over the world have read his books. You will have the opportunityto

w hear him speak. It will arouse that something within you which will make you face life with more confidence and with more assurance -

than you ever did before. His message will enable<< you to push out and do the things you have longed to do and to accomplish far I I

greater things than you ever thought possible., Youwill be satisfied and benefited if you hear him. \<.


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As it is impossible to secure a hall in the City large enough to accommodate the people who will wish to hear this lecture., it has been

arrange*? for Prof. Thayer to speak, in the open air, from Baud Stand, at 7:30 p. m. -

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GEO. H. TREMER THE FAMOUS BLIND MUSICIAN PIPER T. Me. MULHOLLAND SCOTLAND'S GREATEST COMEDIAN J

i Although blind from birth, this young man has developed the won- Piper Mulholland served four years with the Scotland Highlandersderful i

faculty of remembering every piece of music'he hears. Hein the World War. He will thrill you with his bag-pipes and songs t tI

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'I from the effects of the Texa! fever I I'Iic..s. for like All this could have cordial
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE therefore a reason A welcome for all) 11:110; a. m--Pivine worship, with
Be it Resolved: That m the opinionof . I wouldn't mind paying the been avoided had the proper right
SHOULD ENDORSE MOVE this. body, representing the several taxes on the cattle assessed me if''of-way beensecured in the first St. Johns (Episcopal) Church Berman" by visiting minister.
FOR REAPPORTIONMENT Boards of Trade of Pinellas I had the cattle; hut I ha 'en't" place.. Not only ;.n one instance has '30 p. m.-K\ening Prayer, with (
county, it is the plain constitutionalduty I The matter will be taken up with'this sort of work been done but there Rev. L. H Kirkby, Rector Sermon.
,r .. The Kissimmee Chamber of Com- of the legislature! of this !state the comptroller with a view of I"arnI I are numerous cases where needless Fifth Sunday in Lent. Special week-night services every
its next session to such an I I ing what relief the applicant can expenditures were made -and lost.
tierce, along with all other institutions at pass 10-00: a. m.-Church school. Thursday at seven-thirty.
in this state, should adopt a !apportionment bill as will recognizethe I secure. The present commissioners will .- ., ,
cries of resolutions regarding the rights of the several portions of William I Barber, county assessor, look after this matter in a way that --- ,
reapportionment of representation in the state as contemplated by the told the commissioners how the fig. will insure the county of its rights {,
t Florida, and should go on record constitution, and we do now and here ures of Ea s'--cattle were obtained. .'
\ favoring the project The following demand that the state legislaturemake Bass had ,one hundred head; he afterwards PERTAINING TO CHURCHES Kill ThatCold With
resolutions.have been adopted by the such a reapportionment of the bought one hundred and
entire county of Pinellas, and are senatorial and representative dis- seventy head-and Barber personallymade Christian Cfcarck-
i emphatic regarding the alternativeof tricts as will give to each sectionits out the bill of sale for one '
Lis
the refusal to make the change as proper representation, and to this hundred and fifty of these. "Know Rev. W. II. Coleman, Pastor. +
it stands of record in the constitution end we solemnly declare that if such Ing what I did,' added Mr, Barber ] 10:00 .
"what else could I do than a. m -Sunday school.
constitutional right, be longer disregarded asSt'8SBass
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A Whereas: The constitution of the we will apply to the courts for two hundred and fifty 11:00 m.-Sermon.. CASCARA
Late of Florida, adopted in 1885, requires for redress, and if such redress be head ] knew he had that many." I A : welcome Sermon.for QUININE
evel7bodye.pec -
will Bass made out a statement for the
that at every 10-year period a refused for any reason we pro- ,
rad stricting of the state shall be ceed to procure a division of the assessor! stating that his losses by strangers. tf fOK 'vrx-p ni v"
made in order that the people of the state as our last and only alterna death had been very large, but thatif Onnck Grippe
Presbyterian
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I d late may have a just and equitable tive. he was assessed for one hundred c..... C..gLs ;OM'Ii La 0
representation! in the atate legislature and fifty head he would be satisfied; Rev. W. H. Dreach, Pastor
: and. BASS ASKED REBATES and that figure will be used in en Neglected: Colds are Dangerous
Whereas: The legislature although BECAUSE CATTLE DIED deavoring effect a compromisewith 10:00 a. m.-Sunday school. Take no rt-___. Keep this standard remedy bandy for the fast sneeze.Breaks .
often requested and petitioned to do the comptroller. 11:00 a. m.--Woral p. Subject: .
a cold in 24 boors RelievesGnppe
so. has neglected and refused to pass O. R. Bass appeared before 'the "The Soul At Home. in op a
OSCEOLA COUNTY LACKS 3 days-Excellent for Headacbe
any reapportionment bill; and commissioners on Monday and asked I 6:30: p. m.-Christian Endeavor. :
Whereas: There has been a phenomenal that a change be made in his assess- TITLE TO MANY PARTLY 7:30 p. m.-Worship. Subject: Quinine in this form doee not affect the bead-Caecara la beet Tonic
v increase in the population ment because there was whathe BUILT "PUBLIC" ROADS "Light At Eventime. Laxative-No Opiate in Hill's. '
|KSi! in the southern part of the state, as I termed a "double assess'ment." lie I 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer
!! compared with the northern part of explained that heretofore he had Like many other counties in the service. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
the state, since the last and only ape been assessed on one hundred head state Osceola county has been .negligent -I 7:30 p. m.-Friday. Choir practice -
portionment bill was passed, BO that of stock, and that this had been increased in securing dedications to the _. .
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t part of the state under the present head-although a large number had have been, apparently, legally "laid < '
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h}' t apportionment law is altogether disproportionate died. He said: "We didn't think out" as public thoroughfares throughout ,
to the population of we'd have to dip to save our cattle her large territory, and the com- .
that section: and is unfair; inequitable there in the Kenansville district I missioners are about to take steps
ci 1e >> and unjust to all its peoples; but more than half the cattle died to secure this added relinquishment
't ,t I from all land-owners through whose -
s property any of the roads cross or SEEDSUNITED
"aLi' I traverse. .
The matter was discussed in an
I unofficial manner on Monday-when I
We Have Just Received. . the I matter was brought to the attention I
of the commissioners by C
S Acree. The condition was, not new
to the older commissioners. It has
SEED STORES
existed since the county was, first .
: A Beautiful Line of formed, probably; and that it has
been allowed to continue has been
merely negligence upon the part of Hai.es City, Polk County, Florida
[ ] I the officials It has not been "sup- (The Gateway to the Scenic Highlands)
s Spring Dresses and WaistS: 1 posed" that any one would make a
= |kick over what has been an improvement -

I'hut there for the it no contiguous assurance property that as; I We Have Them

. in. . values commence to increase some-
I one may not spring up and demand
ti either the removal a road that has
I I t been greatly improved or the payment 1920 Northern Crop Just Received
Taffeta Silk Georgette 'i of a considerable sum of money
.tllJ in lieu thereof.
I,< I' The present board of commissioners Garden: :E-ieId. :Flower: :
,' will take steps at once to have
.and. all public right-of-ways dedicated to Samples and Prices on Request
the public. All contemplated improvements -

proceeding will expenditures hinge upon in this the Onion Sets Seed Potatoes Just Arrived

Crepe de Chine past have in several instances been I
lost because of this lack. Instances
wholly Pratt's Sieck Remedies and Tonics Dr LeGear' Stock
I of : Remedies and Tonic
were quoted on Monday .
vfrH11C. where" roads had been moved a stated Pratfs tp..ltry Remedies Dr. LeGe...'. Poultry Remedies
distance to make way for someone Insecticides Materials
PeeJtry SsnypBes Spray Dips and Disinfectants
who" fancied he'd like to fence in a Pyroi t
STANFORD COMPANY tract where the road was located Sulco V B Armour FertiliserTTTT
and at a later date, after work of
I Dmprovement had been done, there
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ANCIENT PUBLICATION WOMEN''' CONDEMN WOMEN t" .

BEARING DATE OF 1836 IN THE SPRING '. FOR IMMODEST DRESS ::1' '

3 ASS IS FOUND BY 'VISITOR AND INDECENT' :DANCES. ." r '.. '

: '."The ..W.tchUbJished; ;; :- a't YOUR, BLOOD: Women of the Peninsular Club of '"' : '

INSTRUCTION( Connersville, Indiana by William Daytona have adopted a ''series of j'' '"
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Stewart Terms: '#2 pt'r'annum in resolutions which express the antipathy ;

,", advance; $2.50 within the year.) $3 : felt by club 'members toward .
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} after the year expires. Saturday NEEDS some 'of the unusual things that have ; mar ; :t
;I;, PHONE 117 May 21, 1836." I become too unpleasantly common in ; ; .
1 ---- That is the heading of a fivecolumn \ tho present age. The resolutionsread ; )

\ I folio weekly, the 'paper bearingthe Winter Weakens Blood, Make Faces : ket inforiaiion f1: ,.
hJ I PracticalContractors impress of the many'decades and Pale Take Cade's "Believing that the Federation! ofWomen's .
I the edges frayed and time-stained, Pepto- Club of our county have .- r
I and Builders which has been since the date of Is, Mangan the ability tn create a public sentiment ;
sue in possession of the family _of that will' correct certain; social available only
. of Dr. E. Derbyshire, who resides at THE BEST KNOWN BLOOD TONIC customs -nn
422 Bryan ,street: While the pro- come, a menace to morality; there-.

Structures of All Kinds servation of the paper for so many Drowsy Spring-Fever Feeling That ..tors."Resplvc'd, through thegrow-

years is on unusual occurrence-the That Comes from Sluggish Blood + : "thllt the Peninsular
"""" fuH that it was turned over eighty"five ;= Club of DujHfmn Beach and Senbreeze ,

I WOOD, BRICK STONE STEEL. years later to the son of thepublisher Wj/l/I Soon Leave You .I I.II thoroughly disapprove of thepresent
marks an act --- I day immodest dress; of the ers'orgahizationOne
I STUCCO iibly has never been before duplicat- AH all growing? t things on earth I suggestive motion picture; of imle. .
ed. shoot into new life in Springtime, no ,cent dancing1 and unchaperoned} mo-

Painting, Tinting, Paper-Hanging Fifteen years ago Dr. W. H. Stewart do the billions of cells that make up tor. rides and l
an Arkansan-although born in each part of the body renew their f;"Kesolvc'd I: That we are greatly "' .""
bvw\ stand taken bv -- fci mus ,XC'ttANGiJ'
Indiana-came on his first visit to vigor.As encouraged \ I' 'A
Everything in the Building LineN Kissiinmee. He was delighted with you open the windows brenthc I i the state Federation of Women's northern hu.dr.d oi.cad.. report thrp .ar 11'11"

the (city the county the state; but the Spring air. and let in the sunshine ]I Clubs of New Jersey last October, daily by .I.S..b.

,F. BASS JACK BASS he kept postponing' his second l I! the red corpuscles in your and 'we hereby call upon the local I
until the opening! of the present I I blood should carry more oxygen! to clubs of uftr slate( to take action." ,
322 Royal SL 515 Sproule ATC. the tiny cells. I 1ft the dresses
season. Then he came, and has been i I they lengthen out so
1 JI making his home at 216 Church I'| The red corpuscles are tiny lisc- they'll come below the I.nee. it will ..

. --- street. I shaped particles swimming in enormous put the Scottish! kilt ics on the bum;
,I The discovery of the paper was numbers in the blood. They and the widely-whistling) breezes --
I to cell in all parts of which have been oh the
t brought about when Hr. Stewart and urry oxygen long job .
k Dr. Derbyshire at the home of the the body and they carry away worn- will again lake up their gait und l
FOR SALE latter were discussing old-time stuff out waste matter. Sometimes, rsperially -.,,,hustle'mimo.. The quaint Alligator
regarding Indiana and the former in the Spring, after the winter Amble and I the Pelican Parade will
slated that his father published a indoors and more or less sickness, be banished from" the polished Iml1-

t. House weekly paper in Connersville at one the red corpuscles themselves need roomfloor, \\bite the old sarsovienne A Daily Foodfound
time. "Wait a minute" said Dr. rebuilding Gude's Pepto-Mangnn! and the polka and the waltz will

Derbyshire. "I'm sure that somewhere contains just the ingredients to Rive again: be all the fashion, as of yore.

and Two LotsAT about my souvenirs I have a ,them greater power to absorb oxygen -|I'The lip-stick will be hidden and the
and to distribute it throughoutthe chamois laid aside be barred
I copy of that paper. I don't know -they'll
body. ''tat least from every public place; and, on the table in thou

years-except I That. is why it is such a good though the nose bo shinny and the
407 VINE STREET er's effects And a few moments I!Spring"; tonic. It helps so much to I freckles proudly show we will know sands of homes as surelyas

later Dr. Stewart was !scanning the bring bark color to cheeks made pale I we're meeting women "face to face."

Apply Corner Stewart and Verona ancient sheet. hnd wan by the necessary indoor i The gasoline consumption will be the day comes 'round-
"The Watchman" carries the slogan winter life. It adds to the number lessened by a heap; the moonlight

: "Civil liberty can only dwell of red corpuscles. With fine Spring I trips will go away to stay; and the .
-- with a people who know their. rights, I days and Gudt's Pepto-Mangan you I'world will be the neater the completer -

WHEN ,land, knowing, maintain" an utter I gain in vigor and attain good health. and the sweeter-if the women .
RHEUMATISM made by Jefferson. The first I Don't go around drowsy this of Daytona have their way. Grape =
lance Spring. Take that good tonic.Guile's'PeptoManga.
carries a three column I story-1
v1Sloan'a ,' regarding the struggle of Texas'', You can get it in I Cold settled in the muscles of the

'I HITS YOU HARD! against! the Mexican government; along 1 tablet form or in liquid form at yonr 1 neck arms or shoulder makes every
druggist's. Both forms have the |movement painful. Use Ballard'sSnow
article regarding the eloquenceof I
medicinal value. Insist ( Liniment It relieves the pain wholesome.blendofwheatandmahed
same upon
Liniment should be kept General Harrison; an extract from !
handy for ache. and palna'WilY an exchange! stigmatizing Mr. Van !genuine Gude's PeptoMangan.Adv. .- II and relaxes the muscles. Three sizes. C
Buren an "unprincipled party sycophant ( .) 30c.( fiOc.\ and $1.20. Sold by Robertson's ..- ,

wait for a severe pain an ;" and complete direction for Pharmacy. in which isre-
bailey
a rheumatic twinge, following raising cabbages. The entire issue .t

'rifttica exposure a sore muscle. is most interesting. One of the "dispat'hes" i HISTORY SIXTEEN YEARS AGO Potato Doagknnts tained all the . :
or lumbago to make you quit refers! to Florida-which is goodness <<; .
1/ 'work, when you should have Sloan's herein It has been found in tests made in '

LJaiment handy to help curb it and From quoted Florida; we learn that inconsequence I Frost ,files of Valley, Gazette the Experiment Kitchen of the Unit ; Ja1' .of t"liegrainsinagreeableeasilydl., "
keep you activeand fitand on the job/? of the hot weatherthe ed States Department of Agriculture '--,="._

Without rubbing, for it prnrtmies, sickness of the troopsandthe that a very soft dough: absorbs more
apply a bit today to the afflicted part. d of the Robert MHigge of Tampa, bought fat than a stiffer mixture in making
..
Notethe gratify{,clean prompt relief uppoa Indians dispersion into small the "goodwill stock, and fixtures of doughnuts. Too much flour, however .. .......... gestible form.Twenty .
that follow*. Sloan a Liniment coul keep its many thousands of friends the hattle--the whole Floridian at an understood price of $I OOO.( Mr. I no light and fluffy as is desirable. :-- have I
world over if it didn't make Rood.That's into Butler said the place was paying him'The addition of hot mashed potatoto =--- years

( worth remembering. All drug- armyas at gone Saint' Augustine.In summerquarters good profit-but he desired to enter I' the recipe makes' a doughnut; thatis ..:::-::::''::

Riats-three sizes-the largest is the next issue will be able some other business.W. light and fluffy but at the sametime ::.;-'- worthasabtilldero
we
moat economical. JSc.. Oci1,40. ,4 our definite I n. Johnson offers fifty dollars does not absorb so much fat. ::::::
.. to give' something: more :
reward for the conviction of the
'per-I Doughnuts made by the following:
about these things.It I
SloaLiniment is evident from a perusal of the sons who started the fire destroying recipe are delicious when fresh, and health and vitality."Here's .
.
columns of the Watchman that its a large number of his turpentineboxes ,also possess good: keeping qualities:
( about five miles north of Nar-! lIAr sugar; 2 tablespoons but-
not active I cups
Pains publisher was an supporter '
of one "R. Boon"-a congressman coossee. t'r2; eggs; 1 cup hot rice, potatoes; a Reason"for Grape-Nuts
I Kissimmee city council increasedthe % milk B'-i flour 4 tablespoons -
from Indiana, for the paper says regarding I, cup ; cups ;
.. him : annual wages of the officers to } baking powder; 1 teaspoon MaJe by Poctum Cereal CoIncB.ULe Cnck&lifh. i

- Could all the schoolmasters in the following amounts: Mayor, $180; salt; 1 teaspoon cinnamon; and V4
marshal, $fillO;(>(); treasurer, $120; clerk teaspoon nutmeg.
of
\ the union, with the aid rawhides -
and tax collector, $200-with an add
Cheek that Cold and kicks thumps, spellingbooks .
instill ed $;QO for his work as collector and One dozen eggs/ contain about one
and an
Get Rid of that Couch ounce of useful primers knowledge into bookkeeper for the electric light! and' pint of water. Clean, fresh pure

It la dantarou to let them rue a skull as his? Could all\ theemolients committee and superintendent; councilman water should be kept constantly before '
) A torn*luattn of direct andpada..etr which the chemist one dollar for each meeting the hens and should be renew Gazette
prepares "Want Ads" the Work'
Do
', soften the "case-hardened" attended.E. ed at least once daily, nay specialist
oils one covering of his i brain so that a L Lesley clerk of the courts, of the United States Department of
I br.ar Mr. bopght the residence of E, S. Bender, Agriculture.. '
'
.. of information would
= few !grains and will take immediate possession MAN HAVE PROVED IT
? As well might we
penetrate Subscribe for the Valley Gazette
C. H. from Alabama
F.r expect a pet pig! to be a practical leasel Morrison the Hotel coming! ____.__________ ___ __ _________,_____ ____ ____ ___________ _u- ___ _.
grammarian or a mule to become Tohopekaliga ......- '
Tw.Ssisratio.s. from II. Fleming for the term of I
connoisseur of foreign
a three R. D. former
Fuller
, languages.! Instinct is the only years.
:
has moved into the house
!*......-n.ha.prowdth mental bequest which the Deity I proprietor
with C. in North KUsimmee.
........ L. Uriggs '
raliabl .. ...t0I' seems to have conferred upon
nddfnr the.yvurntarrhal him. True to his species he turnsto :;
all 1 cm I The Stunford-Carson-Graves Hard '
1 It aida dictation,pu.ona..U...- the right or the left as his Who said Irulh.
UMa the Uver and bactioo. drivers may direct; he has no was !
.
anriekM the blond.on ambition and haw!
-1 the DM-rona ay*. beyond gee capi-tal
ca" ,, taeandeovthrth.i.dan- The Watchman contains about I
M and ooncenod muHonaat ...... eight columns of advertising matter
'
1Iaibp, '' kin.on Company during the past 4iaen fi&tfon?
in'
it is all vastly different
and dapradablala -'t't year more than $2400 worth of fish.Just stranger
and from the ad-'I
the vardlct ol thouradn style appearance
what his profit: reached he<< could 1
e vertisements seen in later day.andat .
tell-but atated that after
not
ield EvanrMrkcr the present time. There is less paying -
number of old debts his
a
up
'display- fewer terms of embellishment -
S Tablets Liquid / and those seeking publicitywent bank account showed an increase of "YOU'RE FIRED,* said the editor/ AND AFTER a brief.

. .
$1300. I a aBUT
directly to the gist of the mat-
--- ter. For instance, under the head of Ground was broken on Tuesdayfor I "UNLESS YOU can dig up. TERRIFIC struggle
the Christian church building .
new a . .
"A Runaway" the advertiser said:
Notice is hereby given that on -a structure seventy feet in A LIVE story today." MADE THE pinch.

the eighth day of April last! depth and having, an extreme width a a a . t
I of forty-eight feet. SO THE cub reporter.DISAPPEARED AND WHEN Interrlewed.a .
I Jr 1 George Corbin a boy ap farming I Pfann and Singeltary have closed .
ed to the subscriber for
business, absconded and left an option for'the sale of three thou. FOR hours. BY OUR star reporter.: .
my
employment. The above runa- sand acres of cypress timber on . a a a l V
Johnston's Island to northern BUT WHEN he recovered. GAVE
buy- OUT this statement
way is about 13: years of age is ers. The consideration was $65,000. . . -
small for his is dark com
age Hadon Baptiste wer\ hauling lumber for FROM HIS trance, he had. "HE'S A loony, all rlfht.
and spoken. .
plected, quick their new church edifice at Whittier. . . .
when he absconded blue
a
janes box coat & pantaloons, anda Several large deposits of clay < A STORY-.here. it is. i THE ASYLUM says, by fleck
suitable for road-building e a a a
black seal skin Cap. The Public A. F. Bell. These were were reported OUR DEPUTY constable. THE WORST they ever had.
by _
is hereby warned neither to located close to the S . . (

harbor or trust the said runawayon "Mr and Ma'sW city.'I. Wilson who WAS WAKENED by the 'phone> WHY THE poor nut.
rtiRiot my account. One cent reward . . i'
areon. an evangelical tour have left
will be given for the return -
AND A shrill CLAIMS
have voice cried. HE can copy
and Fort
of the said boy to mebutno our city !gone to . . .
Drum. There was something pecu- f
thanks. "FOR THE lore of Mike THE SECRET blend.
about
liar them. Their declaration
LEWIS EDWARDS.And . . .
was that God had sent them here to
it might be noted that land BEAT IT here quick. OF THE cigarette,
sales were at that time ((1836) under enlighten our people-yet their stay . . .
way- there being! advertised a of nearly two weeks made no per- AND NAIL a nut. THAT SATISFY. IV I IS

"Number of valuable lots on the ceptible 'impression upon our citizens' . a .
'. Why suffer from nerv- 'fousness line of the Central Canal at Alexandria terrifiedTave their departure the un- WHO'S TALKING wild, f filv&

insomnia hysteria Iowa, in the midst of a most pursued their usual . .
I beautiful and fertile country." occupations in the same manner as IN THE clear ator*.** blend can't be eopUd. It'. 1 I
dyspepsia before. There little
nervous The entire of the Watchman was or no enthusiasm * NO-the
copy of blending fin.tobacco
I
nervous prostration abounds in interesting matter. nothing,!no of outpouring that purifying the .Spirit )wer- 20 for 20 cents THE LONG. .arm tf of the law. -both Turkish and DomestictbattheotherfellowCBD't ,

". or any ailment due to which should accompany such de PUT ON bla etonto.Thafawhy t
A Timely Suggestion. in panta.a Cbeaternelda '
fir-tight pckga satisfy, and i
clarations. We are members of de- .
J. a disordered conditionof The next time you have a coughor nominational associations Also obtainmblo In round that's why only Chesterfields. eats
,
fjhrittian tint of _.I..d. SPED TO the .COD, "
cold Chamberlain's Cough SO vacuum "satisfy.
? try
the nerves and believe that the motto 'Unitedwe . .
Remedy. It is pleasant to take and
stand-divided we fall applies to
you are sure to be pleased with the Christianity as well as nations." t bi
DR.MILESNERVINE relief which it "affords. This remedyhas

a wide reputation for its cures A Lazy Maa's Graft .
of coughs and colds. as
will give you prompt Every ao often, down into Florida

and lasting relief. EX-SERVICE MEN MUSTN'T' goes a broken-down printer or writer 1e

l iN It produces refreshing EXPECT ANY LENIENCYThe or shrewd publicity man, who ,
must make his living while O si
sleep builds up the shattered fact that a veteran whq gets there. And the first thing/ he thinks a

and into trouble with the Jaw is an ex- about Is to issue a magazine or book-
1: 0 nerves promote service man will 'not be emphasizedby I let, in which articlee-about Floridaare

.. a normal distri- the Associated Press according: interspersed with paid advertisIng -

"* bution.of force. to orders issuedto its superintend about the state. It. is the oldest .
.r nerve ents and correspondents. The American I known lazy man's graft. Florida_ as.

Tate cDe.rdaf Sails It, Ask xltn.a .- Legion at its second annual about reachedthe' saturation pointin LJoorrr & MTKU TO&ACCO: Co.
....... convention passed a resolution urging thi .-Printers' Ink.
.
,. e .
-tlae press to adopt a similar policy
)' I Try a classified in The Gazette, tf
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EiGHT mE ISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY MARCH U.. 1.1 '- ----

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-1 POINT RECLAMATION WORK e.. .;. e.. .... .... ...,...... e.. -rJ'rI' e.. A e.. ..... ....
MAKES IT A TO .
:k HAS COMMENCED IN
AGRICULTURAL POINTERS J Jt BROWARD DISTRICTThe ,


t t ny L. 11. WIIHUN: COUNTY ANENT. TELl OTHERS deferred -hopes of Evergladesland HOW THINGS ARE HAPPENING' : h
I
.
holders have begun to I' material: ,
I note that a number of farmers ReideDt-S;;; Tanlac ize. Under the direction, -of W. G, "
Starke- Restore
I
have watermelons planted, and in Kyle and Earl Hendrickson, respectively ' i . _0 :
some cages tho plants are up and e : Him, Over A Year Ago-Still president and resident engine T AT

q I l beginning to run. Watermelons Feels Fin r..6f the Napoleon I). Browurd
J their enemies llama as other crops, Drainage District, a large Bucyrus
and to ,keep down) ono .of the most' "Ever since. Tanlac set me1' right drag" line ditching{ machine weighing,
serious, known as anthracnosc, aJ. over a year ago IVe made It a point some fifty tons, has begun to dig
spray campaign/ with Bordeaux mixture to recommend 1 it every time I get a lateral ditch No. 15 in B system of IND1ALANTICBY
4450must be used. Anthrac- chance," said George' Parrisb well- unit No.1 o/ the Bio. ward drainage ,
.. I nose will soon start on the young known farmer residing at. Starke, district Another machine of this
vines, and the presence of the dig. Florida. same typo has commenced the con.xtruction -
1 I ease is marked by the dark brown "At the time- J began! taking, Tiihnc I of_ lateral ditch No. 16
color the leaves take- ort, finally burn I ha.-l) 1.: '. .. t'rf.ub.j Aih ind.- Unit No. 1 comprises 90,009 acres
ing and dying. For this control, ",.eetion for several years, nnd at ,of muck land on the wast edge of the I .. THE-SEA
\ flint spray with the Bordeaux when lines I suffered from terrible attacks 'Glades immediately hack of Fort ,
i the vines begin to run; second spraying from acute indigeslton. My Lauderdale mid Miami. The ditchesare
when the melons have net on when'the appetite was very poor. I just could l being cut on mile lines, and at b4064G O+4'O.>Oo>Oo>Oo>Oo oo..oooO>Oooo..o.t'I'
vines; and the third spraying not enjoy my meals and my stomach frequent intervals road lines will be* .r:
r two weeks have lapsed from the wan jn such l bad condition I was/ actually constructed on the hanks of the + .yY ( ,
: second spraynig. Af a precaution, do I afraid to oat at times because elite hc-K. With only two machines ''
r. not work t the vines when wet for the ,of the suffering I knew BO well would J I this work must nee-ossarily' proceed : The Steel Drawbridge is being installed. y;: sr.
L disease can be spread" more rapidly I somewhat As
follow
Ifai ventured to oat anything slowly. soon as unit
by L carrying' the spores. fromme tot I greasy enrich I just -Hiffcicd agony.' ,No. 1 IM completed, or nearly so, a r.:. The last of the Bridge Flooring is being put down.
HlUVhen Can; would form in my I stomach and Vec-ond unit will he mapped out and
and fertilizing, you are"heavy growing' to get truck the crops most 1 bloat> me up tight ai a drum, and 1 I its reclamation undertaken in tke! I 3: The lumber for the Hand Rail on this magnificent ::::
could get no relief for hours. sam manner.
use of 'the fertilizer, IK sure" to follow 'l'rom time to time I had triedvarious ,| The citizens of Huvie, the first I't' t bridge is nearly all milled. *
with a catch crop. For instance, of ''town in '
mdicines and a number the Everglades, are rejoicing -
if you plant Irish potatoes' which ;special treatmni-ts, but nothing'sae-ni-\ hc-cnuHe their farms are now go- f Several new Residences are now under construction. ::
crop ordinarily, takes- heavy fertilization ed to reach my case' Finally, ",'hileIn ,,' to be made safe from overflow. I'I'inJC : .
i
to make a good yield, follow Macon Georgia, I came across I They are real pioneers of the Ever. .
with corn, rice, cowpeaRl and similar, Tanlac and took several bottles home I glades and have suffered many hard - -
crops, to ant food added with me. Well, it was just what I ships br reason t>f insufficient drain- f t-- ?
.. of the ;
-r through the fertilization Osceola ,had been nt'"dinand four bottles /age. It is very titling that the lirl'ltIlitel.,1 I Here's PointerThe !,
T>otatoOl!. Farmers in county put me in lirl must' learn to grow more cropson line to where I could eat like a' wolf should be dug for the farmers of {
the name acre of land in one year and feel fine afterward. I am still Davie. j[ Day the New Draw Swings into Place ( With-

than in' the past. in the 1 host> of health, but I always The first annual installment' of reclamation in Three Weeks Prices All Will
I' Sunshine and fresh air are good ) on Property t
Tanlac
keep a bottle of in the houseto tax was levied by the Napoleon I
Usinfectants. Use hOJselnd them frequently make the keep on the safe Aide." B. Broward Drainage District Advance 25 Percent. I f
about the farm Tanlac is sold in Kissimmee by J. last November. It is payable in the ][
which
in
safe to I
surroundings more Z. Roberson and Central Drug Store, same manner as state and countytax I
live. Sanitation must be practiced and in Saint. Cloud by P. I). Marine. and becomes delinquent after a'ad r
the farm. Lime ii Property is selling fast have forced $
been
'itiore on average April first. This tax i i. to defraythe we

: It good disinfectant. cost of the reclamation work and Ii, to add another boat to the schedule in order
time for the BRIEF
New is the to spray ITEMS GATHERED will] continue to !he levied annually [ :
( Citrus; scab, melanone, withertip. and FROM OVER THE STATE for a peiiod of years. I to accommodate those wishing to inspect In-
rust mite in the citrus groves Spray -
I With actual reclamation work now
in the open bloom with lime-sulphur Carpenters at Fort Myers have dialantic.
under and with the recent statesupreme
I way
one to and follow with theDordeeux reduced their own wages ten cents decision the I 11 I !
lortr' court fixing
or else the lime.sulphur an hour-and at Miami Beach the I survey of these lands, the status of I [ Property in Melbourne is selling fast and at increased -
nolutiqn, same strength ten days to carpenters have voluntarily nwde a the Everglades becomes safely established ,.
i( t' two weeks later if you desire to produce reduction. of fifteen cents an hour. and the deferred) hopes of prices because of the near completion ;

t other better diseases.' fruit, free of scab and! One million one hundred thousand I thousands of people will come true. 11 r J of this magnificent bridge across Indian :
The wond of thf'Pens.Jvanla
jr/ul development
of strawberries shipped from ,;:
quarts river.
: Sugar Company on the ; tr
EXPERT SAYS GRAPEFRUIT Plant City this season place a nice
Miami canal evidence of the future
lance in the bank for the progressive is I Traffic the Cross-State i
ARE RICH IN VITAMINES of these! lands. r on Highway has more
growers.' It is now planned to I
The following question' and answer increase(- by considerable t acreageof When the bowels are costive the I than doubled within the past two weeks from v
berries the coming season. '
"medical { waste matter ferments, producing a -
in clipped from the daily the same cause.
4 adviser" column of the Knickerbock A fifty thousand dollar corporation gaseous! condition that is disagree J
,e er Press, of Albany, New York, and is being formed in Deland to be I able. To remove the impureties I Doesn't this look good for Indialantic By-the-Sea?
) represents the opinion of a national known as the Dreka Theater Com ; quickly, a done ef Herbine is needed.
tt ly known physician-expert on diet- pany. It does the work thoroughly and .

ctios: I ,ph-asantly, Trice, 60eSold by..
"I 1 note you recommend the use' of After one of those gambling combinations Robert<- OOOOt'tOOOO
t oranges as' a food for the vitamines known as a "carnival" had tttttttai-
i they furnish Is the same benefit obtained visited Inverness for a week Rev R I Will Supply A Need '
from grapefruit?! As we are :M. Myer, of the !Methodist church,
fond of the latter it is the cus- I took for hill sermon theme on th,' Editor Thorndyke, of The Kissimmee I
tom very of each member to be served I following Sunday just one word: Valley Gazette, and family were INDIALANTIC SALES COMPANY 1 .:,
with one-half of a large grapefruits"Hell." in town Sunday and e-aljK'd at the i
each morning for breakfast while/ -- Herald office. We sincerely regretthat
they are in season. Unless orange-s For rapid healing thenis nothing; we were away, especially since
lire very decidedly preferable from I III like Liquid Horoyone. It mends torn I we have heard that Thorn was hunt Sales Managers: Knsimmee' Salesmen:
standpoint of heart fulness, we de- flesh heals, cuts, burns or ores so gry and couldn't find! a sandwich in
f VERNON D. HAVENS R. P WI UTE
Two building being erected -
town.
eire to continue the grapefruit."W. quickly no time is lost from work. are I
R. C" I Price, HOc, ic, and( $1.20. Sold b l .,' for ic'staurant purposes anel \\i- HENRY O. HART I E. G. PETTIBONE:
+ Reply-Grapefruit contains all the Koberson'H. Pharmacy. ** hear It is planned to throw the ke'g'in
antiscorbutic vita mine you need the lake as soon as they are opened I .
- - and keep them running day and
ilea Had Stomach Trouble for Seven I i' I night ko we feel sure if Thorn .should 1 WITH H. M. BREAKER REALTY COMPANY b fI
FROM I KISSIMMKEI
Years. DISTANCES call againhen we are away hw will ; I
I I Going; North by Auto not have to leave hungry.--llaines Telephone 230 KISSIMMEE 115 Broadway
I Theodore Sanford, of Fenmore i :Miles Herald.HOSPITALS. I
City
x Michigan has had stomach' trouble To Oilando\ uuH___ _____ IS r
1 for seven years and could not eat )i I To Winter Park_ ____ ___ 23 I I II IN MANY STATES i I t

r vegetables or fruit without pain in !I.To Sanford __unuu___,..__ 42 ... ... -.. ... -.. -.. ... -.. .. ...... .. ,
the stomach, and restless nights. By I To DeLand 62 j'j'I CONTAIN MANY LEGIONAIRESProof ,I't'U "It U ..._ ....u ...- .". ..- ..- " taking Chamberlain's Tablets he is I I To Daytona -.-..--."y----- 8fiI = ... --. ._- -- -.--=::;;:-...::..'::-::.--=- :: --: ==----=-:;---'.--:-=-:=.-::'-::;-=: --= ,

now able to eat vegetables or fruit; I To Saint Augustine .,.. ,...... 159 that disabled veterans appreciate -
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without causing pain or sleepless To Jacksonville uu*-'_:.__ 200 I II the efforts of the American ) {} {) <> n QO > <> { () <> < ;

ness. If troubled with indigestion or ,I To Mount Dora_____________ 46 I II Legion/ in their behalf is provided by [ @
\i these tablets' a 1 I statistics showing that of the number -
constipation give To Kustis!'< ____nun___ 52
trial. They are certain to prove To Ocala _n__ _____. _u__ __ 107 '' of ex-service men confined. m I
beneficial. .* i To Gainesville _ ___ h U-n 152 hospitals of thirty states, one third l ,, t'
are Legion members. The figures
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ADVOCATES NEW SECRETARY i DISTANCES FROM KISSIMMEEGoing : were obtained from a report of the
South Auto I II Service Division of National Head-
EVERY THREE MONTHS by
I Miles I II I quarters, based on a Legion national r PRINTINGCOMMERCIAL

i A plan by which thousands oft I, To Haines City_____________ 22 1 census.
To Lakeland ___ 47''
members of the American Legion nU.u
might be given free courses in government I To Tampa ____--_______--__ 79'i Sings an unnamed lover of the "I.J r
To Clearwater _._ __ 111 farm: The country is a place to live
is by Representative nn.n
proposed in, as well as a place in which to
To Saint Petersburg_ _ 136
Hamilton Fish, Jr. of New n I
earn a living. One-third of our people
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( To Bartow 46
; York American Legion member. nn.uun
i t Mr. Fish, an suggests that each of the To Aicadia _______u_.. ___._ 97 must be on the land and that BOOK AND POSTER
7 )house and senate bring a Legionaire To Fort Myers __.__________ 150 third must love the land. 1 plead for I ,
; the wlds that have not been mani
I To Palm Beach via 286I
Daytona.
( to Washington for three months as
i ant .of the secretaries permitted him I To Miami ___u.nu______. 356 1I cured. J.A J .
( in *is office and replace him at the I _' it no other investment that bring such sure and con

BO end one of the:Mr. period Fish has with already another started and MUsician Out of Tune"Gas THERE profit a* printed salesmanship a* we do it. There itno I

relay of New York Legion memo Newspapers Aid Leponaires method of getting business inexpentioely. While

tiers in his office. When the employment bureau of sometimes pressure distressed in me my so stomach that I you are thinking of a plan of campaign you may be in need of Bill-

A War T. Spread Foe American Legion in Saint Paul enrolled ' could not think. I played out of head, Statement, Letterheads,. Envelope, Looteleaf Device, Receipt lr
four hundred ex-service! men tune and twice lost my position. No Books or La"Vow it.. ,
,' If the same amount of money that out of jobs, O. W. Krause, secretary medicine: helped me and I became THE "
It annually wasted in Florida on I of the bureau, appealed to the public disheartened Another: musician ad- the time to follow in the foottteptof

1 cheap, fake advertising grafts, was of Saint Paul through the local vised me to try Mayr's Wonderful that of tuccettful
army .
"' given over to legitimate advertising I newspapers. As a result more than Remedy and I am now enjoying the Kissimmee- Valley Gazettethe
i I I and such appropriation judiciously j'j'I one hundred men found employmentin -- best of health." It Is a simple, harm-- [J chant who are, in making

pent in mediums of known value, I one day. less preparation that removes the for themselves, building up jJ
,I venture to say that the fame and catarrhal mucus from the intestinal (HOME OF GOOD PRINTING) .
, glory of our state could be broad- After the hatching season cook, tract and allays the inflammation the great industries to rapidly. ,

'' p r tasted over the land.-The Lancer in sell, or pen your rooster. Hens not which causes practically all stomach, [J Let nt do your printing. -:- -:: PMONt 11 KItB61MMEE FLORIDA
y ,f Florida Grower. running with a male bird will produce liver and intestinal ailments Includ-
infertile eggs-quality eggs that ing appendicitis. One dose will con-
Test seed samples now to find out keep best. and market best. The vince or money refunded. J. Z. Rob-
,, what proportion you can count on rooster does not help the hens to lay. erson, and druggists everywhere. 1 r1

1 Is when the sowing cause of time many comes.poor- Poor stands seed of Wanted-Large, clean cotton rags I i Sunshine and fresh air are gooddisinfectants. [.,3) () ( ) () () () (O ) () ( ) () (L---1LJ

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY MARCH II, 1921 .' ,NINE

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1//I i CLASSIFIED: ADVERTISEMENTS 11 r LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS I of by It said,aid Is further bill defendant.will ordered be taken that' as thIs confessed order.

be published once a week for four
('1""Ullve weeks In The Klsslmmee

OfiRSOX. FORJIIER FOR SALE more. than 137 "Wntklns products No'rl1Q CHKDITOUS .. 'and'; creators; >*f aald deceased to be :, Valley. (In. Maid Oatette.. County a newspaper and State.: published

direct to farmers If you own auto and appear before this Court on or This 1st day ot March 19t1.
NCMIIQTWELVEROOMmudern:! fll'Kt'IAL 'OVI"EltlNU8 or learn or can fret. one; If you arts !18 CoorS .f (.. CouB.r .Jad.e. UsreolaCounty. before the .d day. of March, A. 1>, 11111. J. U OVKRSTRKKT" : ., .
under 00 and can give lir-nd with Mist of Florida. and file objections If any they have Clerk Circuit Court Oaceola .
houso and personal sur/'llc-s. We. biack you to the Rrantlnir of Letters of Administration : Florida County.
SELLS & '. 'In In TO Instate ';TJj'nr)' H Fe'rtle.To ; on said estate otherwise the
IIvu act.,-. stood land near centre ot with big selling ieluS4: :1 ) .nr. (CIRCUIT COURT 8UAL)
Wichita. KunBua, to exchange for business; JO .2110to.t'r of our all Credltos| ', UeKateos, Distribu same will b. granted to said .Rvelyn KKIHUS lit STEED .
Florida' prop.-t'y. Valuu S6ouo. products.: fo tees and all 1'ersonn havlnn Claimsor Hall or to some other- fit person or Solicitors for Complainant. IZ-St
Life BUSINESS: 110USU: and $1800 stuck ofKi'uceiloa where you can Ret territory. J. It. Demand against said. Kittate: persona.Witness. In Circuit Court for the Seventeenth
Fire Accident and doing nm. business In rood Watkins Company. Department Ill, You. and each of you, are hereby my name a. County Judge Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida -
town In Suutii-cmstern Kansas; Wlnono. Minnesota. 18-ltx notified and required to present any of the. County aforesaid this the .bIb In and for Osreola County. In .
house ISOOO >Want claim and demands which you, oreither day of February 1911tSKAL Chancery. David
Health Plate Glass Liability property in Osfeola 'T.I: Lloyd complainant.va. .
of have the ) COMKR,
county, Florida. you mav agAInst Ida May Lloyd respondent. OrdeC -
ON 10 THOUSAND ACKIi well-Improv ELI WITT CIGAR COMPANY estate of Henry H. Fertlc de..a..d.late 9-4t. County JudKe for Publication. The State of
and Boiler Insurance. ed farm close to cl>1J at In tlarycounty of Oscepla county, "Florida to Iheund..rllllCn"d' Florida, to Ida May Lloyd ttofttt East
Kansas. t'u.' $60.000. DOING GOOD ADVERTISING executor of said estate, AN OltniKAKffHAH :! Kth street. Indianapolis Indiana or .
with fin.woo federal farm loan. within two years from the date herv- -'-- elsewhere, and all whom It may con
Legal Bonds Executed Want Osoeola county. Florida. property I of. OriUfsaar t* .. .....' KeellasiTIIIIKK cernYou are hereby. commanded to
Till la purl Hue. river-bottom Everyone in Osceola county who Dated .December 6. A. n. 1820 or ... llrdlKn.re Entitled be and appear In the above entitled
land. ,smokes, knows of the firm of Eli J.. I... OVKRSTRIOKT. AN ORDINANCE cause on the Rule Day In April, A. B. I
Same Day Needed. KINKHT HANCH In country; storked! Witt Cigar Company; -wHh headquarters Il-Ht _Kxi'cutorKUTICK An Ocdlnancd Relating to the Use of 1921. vii: the 4th day of said. month; .
fine buildings; large bearing KrlWe' - - Water and Lights In the City of otherwise the bill of complaintfiled
nut lakcf runt. a*.11! on favorable in Tampa. The head of the firm ()K AI'I'I.K'ATION. FOIL TAX Klsslmmee. Florida, and ReirulatlniT In said cause will be taken. as confessed
term, will Intioilute )'uu to own,-rSKVKHAt : in known personally, by many residents 1)EEI.. the Payment therefor: and Providing SRalnst you. Witness the Honorable -
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r good homca cheap Termsl of Kidsimmee. This week Notice IH lli-n-l\ liven That the Methods of Furnishing such C. o. Andrews as ;Judge of the
OFFICE: ?tats Bait Bulldiig .ct us show you. George Patrick 'purchaai-r of TaxCertincatea \\ater and Llarhts' 'to the Citizens above court. and my name as Clerk
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SKIOKAU KAF10 IXIANS from IGOO to many: citizens have received notices No. lnoi and 1904. dal..dlhe and for the Collection of Water and thereof and the seal of said .court ..tKllllllmm.
12500. Good rate of Interest that there were five good cigars 3d du. > of June. A. I>. 11119! hasnied nklr.to Bills ..... "Florida on his the 3rd
l\LIION It"AI.TI' tOMTAM" awaiting them at the Central DrurRtore ( said certificates In my office and ) 'INF.D: BY TIt""n1NCJi.. day of March. A. D 191J .
Over plate n...... I has made application for tax deed to 0..' THE CITY OF KIHSIMMKK : .; U OVKRSTRKKT.Clerk .
-and there was a rush made Issue III accos'dssiewith 'law Said That Section Three of the Ordinance Circuit'Court.. Osceola County

DR. R. J. DENNING FOrt HAI-,18: -Two steamer Hunks. for that spot-each visitor carrying certificates embiace the following I described Entitled "An Ordinance Relating\ Florida
three1 box trunks, and ..,ie wicker ,I the announcement as "evidence of property, situated In OaceolaCounty. the Use of Water and Lights In the (CIRCUIT COURT f'lNA' I.)
DENTIST hamper Taw No. II Urlanclo avenuv I Florida to-wlt City of Klsslmmee, Florida. and Reirulatlnir JOHNSTON A CIA IUUTT.
city good faith. And each visitor received Lots I to 8 Inclusive embraced InCertificate the Payment therefor and Counsel for compla-lnant. 1Z-4t
Over the Postofflce. I an assortment of highgrade, No. 1AII3( and Lola 17 to ProvldtnK the Methods of FurnlshlnR
Foil SAI.F.--Oakland: G cylinder I "smokes" which were built to suit 24 Inclusive embraced In Certificate such Water and Lights to the Citizens OI'TIIKUN UTILITIES ('OMIANYNoic.t
IIUr-j No. 1904 flock I. Re-SubdIvlslon of
([OFFICE: HOURS: to 12 30. i.so: to i. \\ntt C'ar. firiahape... at n The entire Blocks and for the Collection ofVater and
desires. K.
Klaslinmee Grocery. No. 23 Hriiiid- all tastes and all I. J. N. O. and p. MatheWsAddition !.iKht Bills," be amended to read as la herebygiven thatthe annual
Residence Phone 174- way IS-lie 'performance was a clever method of to KisaItnrneCity.. follows: meeting of the ...Iorkhold'rll..fIh.
The Said land being assessed at Section 1. A flat rate of fifteen .. 80UTHKRN UTILITIKH COMPANY -
the smokers to taste cigars
OfEte Phone 158 "'(lii RAI.F.-I".h: milk cow. J. K.Kulin. I getting the date of Issuance of said. certificates rents ( 16c) per Kilowatt for all electric will be held at the office of the
Cape lire.-.,'. 13-11.ipf various values-and there was In the name of Taylor and llalllday. current for "Hirhts or other purposes Company, Klaslmmee. Osceola County,
pnpt a cheap cigar in the gift-box. Unless said certificates shall with a minimum charge of One Florida, on Tuesday. March-llnd. 1981.
Ir( )lll SAI.K-Six or eIght Rhode Is- There is not the least doubt that the be redeemed according I to law taxd'ed Dollar per month meters to be read at IS o'clock noon for Che. election of
l In. ml fled IIOIIB Mrx. W. II. Harris, i I will I".uo..n the 2Mh day of monthly: except that all tto't. directors for the ensuing _earand. .
P. A. VANS AGNEW Cape Ilrecie Addition. 13-lf cotirse followed by -the Tampa. house March. A I). 1921. heaters and stores with n - p': fnrt1..1ransaclun of any and ..tIbUllln..a"
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- --- -- i iwilt be productive of creating new OVKRSTRK15T. 30OO watts per hour or more shall becharged that may come before the
Volt MUl.--Twogood: milk .1 Clerk Circuit (Court Ottcuola Countv for electr-lc current at the i
ATTORNRY-AT-I.A\V cows customers for some if not all, the m..llnlC
\v Miller 12-21 I Florida rate of Eight: Cents, (8c) per K W Stockholders' not Intending to be present .
OKFICKS --- --- delightful samples taken from the (Circuit Court Seal Il-St Hour or a flat. rate for motor of $2.J5 are requ.-d to sign the attached
116 South Orange Avenue KOIt J SAI.K-.Sll"'et'-ton..d iaMii-t Vletrol.i I run of stock. -- ---- per horse power per month and a proxy In the presence of a witness,
1..111. 7x'i! nn \, .. nil ImrKaiii pile-in l.iavliiK. i The Best Laxative. SKVKVTKINTH: Jt'l SICI \i. CIRCUIT month for each 10(1 Watt light for all snme to th. Secretary In the enclosed
Orlando. Florida ilt i l'1' .-.I..r.; 25 Main ..t r..t 'I ( IF 'Fit l": STATE OF FI.ollIA. I IN elictrtc. lights on the outside of business ,'n'o"
1221XH "My sedentary habits have necessitated AND FOR' o ('..:nl.A COUNTY 1 NCHANCIORY houses' other thaft lights maintained New York. N Y Mnrch 1st. 1921.
the use of an occasional lax- I. I II Whltlock. (Com b,' the City shall. be made.: .11. W MOFFAT.;
Home Address: lt S \1.1.-Ten MrrrMI Includes yoiinic4tran found plainant.I I Versus Tliomas O Reid et such lights to be burned not longer 12-21 Secretary.NOTM .
Winter'Park.. Florida .r and Krnprfrulf Krc.r of fl.ritcren ative. I have tried manv'but al. r..o'.I..ntn.. I11I..L. TO {lU"" 'l'T TI- than twel\e. hours out of ellty-fmir
I with Irene HlnnlMK to l....rnli'rl nothing better than Chamberlain'sTablets TI.K":. c 'HI'I'H I : l OF PL'HI.lCATIoNTHK at sail rate. The said change In 'K OF AI'I'I'.U''TIO'\l VOlt TAX
__H ._ > i 0.. ."TM of Krwotl land. moMfif writes George F. Daniels !'IT.01"/:: FI.OIUHA rates as set forth herein shall take U.-U.
whlrb IN .|>e.'l.llr adapted tot'lfniM aniels is TO Thoni.H O Uelil I iincl KllzabothS I effect and apply. after February 1.
Mr. )
nilture and .11 of vtblefc In Hardwick Vermont. J Reid his wifeHomer; Rumsey. 1921Section. Notice Is" Herebv (liven That Isabel ,-
t'leareil an.1 l un..lrr plowi .ntflllmount proprietor of the Hardwick Inn. oro ('hn rlt's S ('ii ry and \\ in lloswell 2. All ordinance's, ri,'. parts Or<.en. purchaser of Tax Certificate -
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW IM K.MH| Harden. ...11. 'I'btMl of the model hotels of New England. All of whoHe leielilencis, and adiln.siveiiale of 01 lilnanees in conflict herewith be No 1.10C il ul eil the 2d dav of
..'..> In cootrnlrntly lorntetl. to KlMftltnmee --- --- iink flown You and i ach, of > uuare and the I stinie a r., herebv repealed. Jlll>'. A. I). 1917. has filed said certlfttfitc 9'
iin brick r..md and I. clone hcrebcomniandid. to appi'ar In Read a first time In open sessionnncl In im office. and has made application
... iM'ltoftl. chureb and MntM.lnar .!.- LOOKING OVER EAST COAST the ah..\ .. entlt I It'll IIIUHI' cm or before I.v unanimous I consent placed upon for tax deed to Issue In accor-
Warner .1.... It I. rlc-eil I. -ll and lwitrlhr WITH VIEW OF PURCHASING the 7th dnof Mnrch. A I> 1921. its svcond. teadinii and final. pitffcaife duivic.witlt law Said certificate embraces -
,j Handing. of rloMr 'Mtticntlnn.. Me.* 'TO( All Ilartitelain.ing an interest and unanimously. I passed the followlriR described I propertv. -
llenBlii, ml t.nirltr ..f....... 12-lf In the fiilluwliiK I described, land This 1st da)' of Februaiy. A. D. situated i In Osccola County, Florida
iS"t. inning 72 '4 fret Kaat of the 1921
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Morris of to-wlt
.. .00000000.00000.000. ... F( ill l HAI.I'T,, n J,'rsi W COWS fKHll. iithweHt currier of Him.k "W" of H M RRKAKKHAtti'St Heir 47 ft S. of NK Cor of Lot S,.
Oil. tw ii xi.iis .nlil ulliii. HIVenrs' Punxsutawney. Pennsylvania and Henry A Mil I In.WH' Aililltlon t.. the President of Council. F. I. & 1 Cos Addition to KlsslmmeeCltv
M. TILLER \V I llailiei l ., |ih.mi. 2!" 122tcn M>. and Mrs. Charles Davis, of Erie, T..wn of K I iHHlnini-ec I CitFlorida 1 J It rULRKRT. rim S 40 ft., W Ill ft. N. 4.
run thence Kant fiO feet thincn North City Clerk K Ill ft
--- --- of the same state left yesterday ft.
>lt SM.r. Tnn 1 l.nui, Hlliuii ...Ir- 223 H feet. thcnoi. \Vist 122H f-t fl SEAL) The said land helnR assessed stilnti
I inulix I inn ov"nt..c-I".I l .Xppl\ to I morning for Palm Beach county tin'lice South I .3 '4 fi.et tin'nee KaKt: Appiotid. this list day of Fihruary. of Issuance of said certificate In
Real Estate! Agency. \\ I lIarl,," l-hiini) 2'is 1 12-211 where they will be shown six hundred .2 '4 feet a lId thence $.iut h 1 fill fei.t to A I.921 the name* of Llcetc Muse ":,,t. Unless

-- and forty acres by S. R. Chapmanand the place of beKlntiln All .lying In ;J. S CAIlJof, said certificate shall be. redeemed iu'r'nrdtnte -
% m m mm mm m m .
l.'011 l! S.lilirtv hiving In'IIM oneetir find lieltiK. a nnrt ..f ItlurkV of said 9 Bt /Ia'or. to law tax deed will Issue
Realty Bought and sold. \ nlit. A,1.lra. I I'oHtofnii* Hox Sam Jones-who went with themto Henry A M.ithiw's; Addition to the thereon on the 4th day of. April A.
324. HlHKlnimee .. I -21l' exploit the proposition. The plan Town of KlBKlmmee City, "Florida under !>()'l'lF KOH I'I'III.IC"TIUN. D. 1921.
Houses rented. *. Thomas n Reid mid Kllxabeth S L OVKRSTRKRT.
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FOR HAI.I'; -Com.lahlo.l r..leI.'II' In Held Ills wife 1 Hiinitr Rumsev : Di'partment of the1 Interior. U. 8 Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County.
Taxes paid and Titles verified | lily with two lots biirRnln.$ : willuiiept in West Palm Beach and enjoy the Charles S Cary and \\'m. noawell It I Land office .at lialncsvllle, Florida. Florida
Ford In K<>od condition In Sundance celebration; after which any of the same be d.-e.'ageii.. or otherwise February 12. 1921 (Circuit Court Seal lSt
for nonresidents.Fire. .Ian ,payment sO'r; Mcl'hnlli-r I I Mr. Chapman will show the land he claiming an Interest therein : All Nitleit.. h..ro.hC'vpn that James
of whose residences and addresses Yates, of Lokosee. "Florida who
tfKol on
Life iKHiiiimec: 11 NOTICE TO CONTIIACTOHS
and Accident In- _n__ __ has for sale in the vicinity of Delray. are unknown You and each of you January 1 R. 191V made Homestead
hereby commanded to . In Entry. No 01674B. for Lot 7 of Section
ranee. < SAI.K Fully ncri H ..t thntokeiM ; good are appear Notice IB hereby gIven that bids
CLASSIFIED"ADVERTISEMENTS the above entitled. cause on or before 3D. Township 31 S. Range 34 K Tal- will be. received bv the Board of
liiilM'i> lund :
'lIltll( $1"
Indemnity Bonds. .. > 1"1'n'r. the 4th day' of April. A. D. 1921.WITNKSR lahHNS'e Mc'rldlnn. has flied notice ofintention County Commissioners of Osceola
I lii'nnla, jit inxilte offlnKlilt >. I 1 -tf
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ARE READ VERY CLOSELY the Honorable C O Andrews to Proof.to .
.. make Three-year County Florida., up to and Ihcludlna
-- --- - --- - Judge of the above Court and establish claim to the land above 10 :no A. M on Monday the 4th day
2 SM.K M > reHlili-nre lorniTChiiith or my name as Clerk thereof and the described before Clerk Circuit Court.KlHslmmee of April. A. I'. 1921. at the office of the
-- -- --- find Sproule Htrei'ts. KI.Hlm' Advertise your wants in the Val- seal of said Court at Klsslmmee. 0.010 .....' Florida on the 26th day Clerk of the Circuit Court of said

Os ? KHimtR W ;J. STKKD inen lniull'ii, at resl,l<'nee W 8fuller ey Gazette. If you have propertyfor (County Florida. on the 31st day of March. 1921 Countv. at Klsulmmee, Florida. for
11-3t sale or exchange or rooms for of December A n 1120 Clalninnt. names ns witnesses the construction of approximately al*
KRIBBS & STEED : - advertisement{ (CIRCUIT COURT SEA,> G. C Miller, of Lokosee. Florida miles of hard stirfitsroad In Special' ,
ii-i---; rent small in
SM.K Cheap one. Hulck four In a our .1 lAs OVKRSTRKKT. Ixi.. Kill-In of I....k 01'''''. FlprlilH Road and lirldire District No.4 and
Altoraeya and < ..uan.>l..rs at Jaw MOld tuiinliiRoril*>t. or will trade laasifled! columns will put you in Clerk of the above Court Grant IIn..". of Kenansvllle. Florida for the sale of KlRhty Thousand ($RO.000 .-
'" 1..1......... FloridaCeaeral fur nn.a. II "Ford one good pin..... touch with the people you want to icRinna!' STRKH. Tully (luv. of St Cloud. Florida dO) Dollars six percent serial
practice la all Hlate ... $200, imc ii>od HfWiriR machine. reach. 48-tf. Solicitors for ComplRlnnn4UI ROUT W. DAVIS.!' bonds for construction of roads la
ailed Dlalee t......... $15 nlso othei fu.Hur.V..nl'd., 10-61 Register said District
not, lutir; (""In April 1. one limise IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF THKRKVKNTKKNTH Plans and specifications. may be examined
\r. i IIIHI In 01 IMO in I Ihrie rooms for Wanted : Large clean cotton raps JUDICIAL. CIRCUITOF lit" I OR'II I'IIO('.. IHATIO% at the office of the Clerk .f
W.THOPSONFuneral ;; lniHliand anil wl I(... 11 I'I I likerson11tfc. at The Gazette office. tf TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA. IV the Circuit Court of Osceola County
J. AND FOR OSCKOI.A COUNTY. IN Under and by the power vestc-d In Florid PI Klsslmmee
CHANCKRY EMMA: ROOKRS Com ole.. I. J s C..d..l.lfa>or of the City Right Is reserved to reject any' er
HiT Foil HA I.I>::--Almost new motor plainant. Halev, et al. of Kiiq.inne.l"lorida., do heii'hv an all proposals
Director boat i purity. .. or 10 .passcnKers ,,. n y.ra1'iu.TTJ'Q: T1TI.KORDF.R :; nounce proclaim and declare that. an ;r. L. OVFR8TRKKT.
IK fict long; all cypress lumber i "The Sportsman Store"Ammunition OF PUBLICATION: THE election will be held At the city hall Clerk to the. Board of Coun-
I'rlce 1125 complete or will STATE OF FLORIDA In said city, during the legal hour. tv Commissioners ot 0....-
Hell boat without motor for $75. TO: T. R. Baley and his wife. It he of voting. on the 2fith day of March. IZ-St ola County. Florida. .
# > I>. O. McCnbe. Klsnltnmee Park. Stf: i Fishing Tackle Athletic be married: Thomas R. Bailey and A. r>. 1921. for the purpose of electing _.
LlCENSEDN Sarah A. I3tiiley I his wife; William the following officers for the term of NOT.Ii1. Of ADMINISTRATOR, !
EMBALMCR FOR SALR-: -Ono nets Electrlo Wall I Goods, Camping. Baseball Tennis. Hudson and his wife. If he be married: one year vis: (For 1"1..1 .,........*) .
riate, l'ractlcally new. At a reaonable Boy Scout and Football Goods. Dog Joseph J{. Hudson and his wife. If he OneMayor. I -:..- 'I
price. Apply Valley Oa- be married; George K. Hudson and hiswife. One Clerk and Tax Collector. I. ('...rt ., the ('.....p J.ditq.'Osee.l.' .
. ;tore and Chapel, Stewart Ave.. .elle. 7-tf. I Furnishings Cutlery. Baseball Uni If he be married:; Albert J. Gardner One Treasurer. ('earnS,. M.... .f Florida.
' KISSI UIKE. FLORIDA and his wife. It he be married; Also to serve for the term-of two
FOR BAI.I3 One Nash tourIng car forms. Tennis Rackets re-strung same Charles B. Love. and William N Canby.as years: Three members of (lie City 'In re Estate of Andrew Cotterman.deceased .
and one Hayne aevenpansenKertoiirlnvr Trustees of the Estate of JosephR Council I
' car Both of thosiat liar- I day. Out Board Motors and Felding Tantum. deceased; Charles R. Lore I heieby appoint T N. Clark J, HcPhatter : Notice Is hereby given, to all whomIt
pain prices \\'. B lIfakln on. City Row BoaU.JACKSONVILLE and William 1\(. Camby as Trusteesand and H I D Gulce, as Inspectors may concern that on the 10th day
I-U as Executors under the last Wilt and J. M Wlllson as clerk of of May. A. I). 1921 T shall apply to
DR. BUCKMASTER - : -- SPORTING GOODS and Testament of Joseph R. Tantum. aid election the Honorable T L. Corner. ;Judge of
FOR SAI.K_ In; 33 to 28-Kallon barrels deceased; Annie /1(. Tantum and her In witness whereof I have hereunto said court as Judge of Probate,
absolutely pure cane svrup. COMPANY husband. If she be married ; percev LTantum set mv hand as Mavor of said City for mv final discharge as Administratrix _
Very OnNew barrel. and caused the seal of said City to be I of Andrew Cotter
cypress and his wife. If he be mar- th estate' of
References any bank here dot a 129 w; B., Street JacluosjvUle ned: Leon R Tantum and his wife. If hereunto affixed this 25th day of February man. deceased. : and that at the same
barrel real syrup and cut H C I* he. be married; Ida W. Tantum and A D 1 1921 I time I will present to said Court ray
KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPATH Only 65c for next fifteen days f. o her husband If she be married and (HEAL) ;JOHN 8 CADKU 'final accounts as Administratrix of
h Madison Klngnbery. Madison Viola I>. Tantum and her husband. If Mayor of the City of Klsslmmee.Florida said estate: and ask.for their approval -
Florida. 10-U she be married all of whose residences .
and addresses are unknown: YOU Attest : atlOd March S. A. n l921
FOR SALE-Two boys* ulta. 4yearold and each pf you are hereby commanded ;J. R OILTiRRT. ELIZABETH COTTRRMAN.
slxe velvet ona dark blue. one to appear In the above entitled City Clerk !ZJudicial -..t 13.lit Administratrix.Helpl :.
dark green Russian style, white cause on or before the 7th day of
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE collar and ruffs detachable. Nearlynew. March A. n. 1IZI. In etresit ('0.1'. ..r .... II..t......
: Apply 801 Main street. 4tf DUVAL HOTELOpposite : TO: The heirs law of ;John B Hudson ClreaK of the Slate of Flori Help! Help!
Corner of Clyde Avenue deceased ; The deviseunder the da. I. ..d for O.evol. ('....F. Is
FOR 8ALB-On. Km.rson Typewriter.model Will of John B. Hudson deceased and fkasiprry. Henry B. ......rd. OeiBi-
F and Emmett Street three vlilble l as good a. new Past Ofar) all parties claiming 1 an Interest In the ..1.1..... vs. DI..".. fi......... Howard News Item No. 1 : A shipment of
Apply Valley" Ouett tf.: land hereinafter described under ;JohnB. refipOBdesit. 8,000,000 ejri Itl! has reached New ,'
ORDER OK PIIBLICATION
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Hudson deceased or otherwise China.
FOR BAI.K For Rent. Furnished I claiming an Interest therein: The York from
Rooms and No Trespass Cards 10 100 Roomi-SO Baths heirs at law of ;Joseph R. Tantum deceased It appearing. by affidavit appendedto News item No.2: The Chinese
cents each at The Gazette ofnce ; The devisees uader the Will the bill filed In the above stated children are starving to death. America
49-tf All modern latarovrssratiii elevator, cause that Blanch Gertrude Howard
of Joseph R. Tantum. deceased and
frlrpaoar, atraa* ....t. Itatrm .....- all parties claIming; an I Interest In the Is a non-resident of the State of Florida mast contribue to relieve the
and her last known residence was famine. down boys dig down!
I WANTED. land hereinafter described under Joseph Dig ,
CITY I out ....... fJMvrlth -bath. S2.OO
per n Tantum. deceased or otherwise Chlcairo. Illinois, and that she IB ov..tIhe -American Press.
WANTKH To buy An old trun.k In ....-.. claiming an Interest therein ; and age of twenty-one years: It !. I _

HUltHble coudlU..n for shipping W. J!. JON'KS! Naaaa-rr ALL PARTIES or .persons claiming an therefore tydered oh'.h: said non- The English language is called thetonj'Ue"
Is
lesldent defendant hereby
Interest In the following describedland
irooilN noith liuiulre.or I ndilress Mr
I', MEAT MARKET Sankey. at No 25 Main ..th''I. city which Is the land described In required to oppl-.r to the bill of "mother because father never -
13-llx the Rill of Complaint In this cane to- complaint filed In said cause on. or gets a chance to use it.-Cartoons
.' hfraM.inilay, the 4th day of April.
_ _ wit. The West-half ( W',4) of the
A D Otherwise the aIlegetlorte I Magazine.
I.XHV' (CANVASSKKVANTKI< 1 : )' Southwest quarter (SW14) of the. l'31. _,
HillInK I I houHeJiiild I di'vlre I I I li>ikttKiimiile Northwist quarter (NWtt of Section -
I Fresh Meal and :'io ..intH AildreHS K n. Fourteen (14) Township Twcnty-rtve < >-,,.+ >'>'>H'4<-++*+ rt+.+4++++++.++.++.+ +..+.+.. ; .
Shnvi. )';"'I"r" Hi.tivl, I It lundn. Flor- ON YOUR WAY NORTH STOP (25) South Ranue Twenty-nine (29)
lhi. ot Vtl.intli City. N' J. 12-2tx .:n"l. containing twenty (20) acres,
4 Vegetables IN JACKSONVILLETHE more or leas ""d'r T R -Haley and :
I 'AHIIII'HH-S..nd today for a free Ills wife if he be ma rrl..I. .Thomas RPnllev I
samplicopy of the Florida Farmer and Sarah A Rallev his wife;
HOTEL WINDLEUnder
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mid Stock tnnn. pulilfahed ,_ at Jack- William Hudson and his wlfi If he be
son\llli' Telln about livestock ralsItiK. the and married : Joseph H I Hudson and his
Phone 44 same management
L Inlrvinic, poultry citrus. fruit wife. If he be married tlenrife K
ail ti nek INK. wi-ikly. at $100 per at the same reasonable rates. A Hudson and his w I fi-. I If hi be 1115 r-
.> par Hue.yi ars for $200 Onlylv..alo..k I request for reservation will POSITIVELY ned Albert J Juriini and his wlfi.If .. TAX NOTICE!
- he be married Chailes, 1 II! I/me. anilWilliam ,
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TriiDteis of the
the slate Write toddy M. ( CnnM as
frlANO TUNING AND REPAIRINGAll I Strictly modern steam heat!! cafe; KHtate of ;Joseph I R Tantum. di ceased. .

\\. \NTii AT O.NCi: ; /: :Sin.ill .....ttageilulligo .. close to everything.ASK : ('tiii len R Lon. . and William MCamby. .
ns iT rita t, .. ami HS I Cxeijitnrt:
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for i iniiHt ha".1 I
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Work Guaranteed THE TRAVELING PUBLIC t
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TeBlameiit of
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Illltll nillHt ,bl. flHIlishlll lllllHt under the lent Will and
""I.I '1,1., I 'I I \\llll I to "h'l, JOBI'iih R Tantum ilionxeil.I.,1." I
*A. B. YODER 1IMII Kiilou] : > .no| Tin. ( sztt... HOTEL WINDLE Nt illur Tantum, lid I IVrci and her L liuslin T.inliim nil. If and., .1.I hisMlfi I be NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 1920 '
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AGENTS WANTED tum a".1 hiM w i ic. i If ,hi be married. : .
Florida -- -- -- --- , she'
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Kissimmee -
Phone 324 Ida W Tnntuin and In husband.
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I.: "I iV 'iK H l J-"TI.J-J::" 1 : >I \ N A.l'; ":?,;'r u lie inn i lieI ami I \1..1.| f. Tantnin anil .
w:inti.il. In. KI..HI".II1.! 10' mil .t Ih.' Advice for Girls ll.T HUHllHtlll", if Shi IIP ',,,,,, i,1,1, If 1- TAX ROLLS FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY WILL
tin >-' ,IIUIMI' .1 It \\' Mllilnp im, ill- Young HIIof I the Hiime hi. ill l .<.easi il I. or. oth<.rulHi -
(,low Would You Lake to See What eiiie-. "I'| lit'!" ..,"t "".t... 1011.1 t I'M |IIII Re. oke. Va.-'"Dr. Pierces Fayo il.iliiilii, an lrit tiMt In. the nboxeLeu '
Irvin Norwood (Pa.) L 4w? I Ill I L"ii,". ill ,\11..0' ..p.ili. I. imi ,\ ( ,.i il.' .1 land. All if \\IH.H.) r..alol.-
\ ..0.1.,, mi "1'1"1)| i tu ue't lulullltHllllHM Preacrlption la an excellent, .-l.a iiml .ail'lrispes all. iitiknti\\. Y'MTlind I
A One ciutomcr tolil. me that mlIrr lifting one large flit Xllllltle'lf. \\rill IllllilVft.i medicine to give each ofon it''. hi.......liv lonimiml. \- :i CLOSE PROMPTLY ON APRILFIRST. ALL
parkasenl Rat-Snap begot KJKTY-KH.HT fi.i' \.aII"-I.. IM 10".1. H"ph' .1 ;young girls: who ill to appiir In tin. nl,,.i- ..ti titled
rata How many more dead he couldn't ire. bdoeui't ICVzitlItin (t'oiniuiin.' f<.2 Memphis. fauMe on or liefon' tin. 4th dav of
know. Remember 1""llut ant de.Lruy q'.ttt'st4C.. ____._ 1 '!l-Stx I I suffer. One of April. A II 1921 .
dullsn'worth of property JSc.O3c. II 25. -- my daughters baa WITNIOSS' the Honorable (' f> Andrevts. -

Sold aAd'guaraolcecl by LOST c- been very delicate mv Hani. JuilRe as of rlo-rk the abo\e thereof Couit.and and the TAXES NOT PAID BY THAT DATE WILL BE

CENTRAL: .) ". rj TOIIK: LOST' - Op %lItIt.t'tIe' sliceS, insinnne!. for some tiDM. Buffered ..'nl of said Court at K 1..1 III lIIe.'. OKI'eola -
OSCKOI.A H4.BUWAHK rOMI'AMYPat liftnc'fn nilllnxham avenue andMethodist with fnoottonal ] County, Florl.llon the 31st day
,et
,church cameo pin. 8ultal of December A. 1) J 920CIHCVT
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>l.. ri-warcl Return to Mrs ('r..mpI' dlatnrbanoea. ( COURT REA I.) SUBJECT TO ALL PENALTIES.C.
DIIMntfhnm avenue or UnxetteofHce. ." and eTesrywlftt J. LAs OVKRSTRFKT. .
Johnston Q. P. QARRBT : Clerk of the above Court
laltz .r would bhflck
KRIRRS STKF.n.:
JOHNSTON & GARRETIATTORNEYSATYAW and I wOuld 4-13t
Solicitors for Complainant
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from '
LnST-On Monday afternoon ....,. 'w bave tbsPs
motor an umbrella with screenhandle. ..
Suitable reward for returnto ;;-' 4>ttarBor var.Bhi ADMIN HTKATIOVCltatlosit! L. BANDY
Oftlfee 10 11 and 1 Osceola BandU1sThbnd"But Lpg Cabin. Telephone 27. Kls :' b.' weak1 ... ( .X
: 'Det'Yoa4, JA I. C'..Brt .f the < ...ty Jmtmr O.oe.lsCommtr. 1II..f
Building.IIBSIMMBE. Wt.Ufr.4 .d.4 t _Ia I State .( Kl.rl*..

FLORIDA .Immee.MISCELLANEOUS.. Psdbe.. PevptI. sid be Estate of Nettle Rlak.. TAX COLLECTOR l,1
doIIII. .
.. WWId,.., na. .. t* BY THE ;JUDGE OF SAID COURT.Whereas. .
SECOND HAND OOODfl. bouirht sold .... IIIaID **I fIYfIt ww..." rWWIIM' Evelyn Hall has appliedto

my dear, I baven't1t"a and repaired. The C..tno.It .... ot lWt: let'tift'' thia Court for Letter of Administration .. i.
Ii '.In&'Je- word." Wife-"No, bat gull Iu. tU "' on the estate of Nettle Blake. --- .

Iro been' listening' in the most m- (aTBUSY.unsafe Is KEBT It Ui.ISY-Is permanent'vpur You lob u.d.-4sas.. .f'"u.A..aa.'lLTHAh-. 're.ei1p-. ceola deceased; late of Bald County' of 0.- c'

8UI mw manner."-Browning's Magazine want a llfe-lonK business You can U14 Ltmnm f v... N. W. AJBI ..'...... These Are Therefore To cite and
gel into such a business seluuc admonish all and singular the kindred .

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j' LACES OF ALL KINDS RECEIVED'' THIS WEEK, 6 White Satin Middy Suits trimmed with large emblems per ,5
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6'' suit $11.00 ,:

.I All Liitcii Cluny Laces .. 12 l-2c yard '
6 Linen Middy Suits, tan and blue, person $398 'f'.

I Round Thread Valeiicioimc Laces lOc yurd
' '. New lot of ladies' underwear Gowns;' each . ,75' .r., t
} Shadow Laces four inches wide f 20c yard
each 1.00 1 I
Underskirts_ trimmed with wide embroidery,
... 1. SEE WINDOW FOR ALL THE NEW LACES
2.50
Crepe (Gowns assorted colors each ; ._ /I ;.

;. 6 Middy Suits of cre'nlu serge, trimmed with large emblems on Envelope Chemises. Crepe de Chine, top and bottom Pink Voile

sleeve. Think. of the price . $ $10.00 per. pair $1.50 t tt t





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SOCIETY'S' REALMAll I door ami a /general) invitation i is extended .
IIN ( the !>\llIli('. The proceeds' ol'f
MANUEL GARCIA? J I the evening ate to lu devoted towards
f painting and repairing, thchurch. c .
1I1/11t./ (( 'rs, Intimliri, for thin 1o-! ,.
,, pIli'anent' KliouH' l 10. h.in.lii iI,- /UN rally \\1 1t \ //' to :

f MANY INQUIRIES IIM pnxsihl.) \ < MIN,] -. '"Al1Vjlll 11\( / 'h.lull"'I.llllttl-'H' h.of< (0111Inir ''all- 1 DORCAS CLASS"MET ....... .... \. '

; I"h"" ".., 11 I. rind unit fur "S.., I liivr, MONDAY: AFTERNOON: ; / 4 -...... ... : ....--- "....
IIIH HUHC ixoniplly ut ten uilocU -
The )Dorcas class of the Bnpli..1Hun t
': .11" Frld.iy 11"1" ; J r ABOUT THE WHEREABOUTS -ooIXtUrAS -
) CLASS WILL noon at four o'clock, at the home 01( '
HOLD) A ALE:: OF roonThe ( '''the ti''ii her., 11re.: :N. C Bryan, corner ' i ////f

Duit-ns lass of the InptitSunilnv of l Kmmclt and ('IyI(', whore r .
OF FAMOUSRESTAURANTEUR I most enjoyable ,afternoon waS spent 'r+ t
: schoo) will hold ;i food saleSaturilay / / II''v
afternoon tit the I stoic ofieola and pleasing/ ,lefreshments were served. ? 1 / T.
Ilh.. ( ; / llanlvvaic Cnmpnny, ant Those monthly. meetings are ir ,'" I
. future' to lie held! al the home olI \ '
sends out a ,plea, for a liberal. 1 |" tion- ,
of the) loss member'J'hoM! A k
: age I I some < : ,
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"present at this affair were Mrs
i The SOCIAL) Tt'isilAY/ ( ;:; / KVKNINOAT : :: : (; :;\III'' ion. (Carsnn' ;\1 rs. H. S. Floyd, :
Wheren\ ]Manuel) (;Jrrcia1'" v2 ( 'II
for 1'111: IIAHTn'loHlAL( : l: ) ( I :Mis.\ II H."C'; '''', :Mr\ ". C. II. (;run .
famous ;Mine 1I0st11111".1.: [, who
I 'Hi' Ladies' Aid l of the 1'icMiyter- t thou :.Mis., Eli/abeth Waring" :Mr.. (
i many years has conducted' I older local and ian: "churrli has |planned' a "c"al: | to h l :Smith Mrs, Eilwttids. .) ;Miss' lisle 1
cafes of the highest ,
held<1 at tile Hart,, :Memorial, .: ncsl I II Da\is) I and ;Miss Joe Hall. .
pleases thousands with his Spanishdinners I t
( ) ? ''|I Tuesday" evening, at which, a pro- ,]'1' --
giam. will \Inrendered, ) and .reficiliiiHiiN L.1WN: FETE: ON: SATt'RDAYON )) .
lie is here in Tampa, at his newplace
I' will, ,ln served. The gcneiiil : THE: 1"11IIlJI.I.: : .<)('K LAWN: I
e t the La Plaza (Cafe where a
cordial welcome awaits old friends public, is diilially united' ,. In uttcml. I i ii i I Another of these pleasing events(
I i A freewill, offering will l In- taken at known as a lawn fete is to be but I 1 I
of detective
and The services a
new the dour.1IICH on the prism is'es of :.Mrs. S. II. Hul
will not be required to find Manuel--
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t tI
I! lock) "-J 1Clyde:! avenue, (>n the afteinoon
all one has to do is to walk a blocksouth I ; SIllOL---OWIIE( THA of Saturday, of the present IUITf1

of Tiblx'tts" corner to the La PI.ANN1NC/ /:(; FOR ( O WEHT( : I week, and there i is general/ m invitation
I'lazii.( which is located opposite the
flans are on foot for to
a
I I concert extended to nil who love pleasing
S Hay" View hotel. lie given 'h.V the high school Tirchestr. cnteitainmcnt. There will be npiogrnm M/rJ( -
i 1 am anxious that the Iravclintfpublic Ito I|I illustrate the proficiency gained peculiar in itselfpome- urTsOe)
tourists and local people, all I under the p)!
tutorship of A. B. Yoder thing diffeient from. the ordinaryprogram
know where I am located I, Manuel who I has been directing thai organi- -and there will, be refreshments
;' declared today. "As there is Bornemisunderstanding ',,, station since the commencement of served during the afternoon
due to the! place i the school year. Details as to th\ This is I the second of the series-
on upper Franklin street which L,| date of this event and the programi ,land the first was mot enjoyable l ; i it
formerly conducted being run under i to rendered will soon he made this
is to be taken for granted that -
the of Garcia."Thin ; I I. I'
name ( public.; ,
1 one will be equally' entertaining
place I sold over a year al/o'i'I :
The fete is undertaken to add finances p
and have no connection with it MRS TEDDER AND! GUEST !, to the rectory fund tif the St.John's :
day. Please remember these two ARE TAMPA VISITORSMrs. ; Guild.
names together; -MANUEL GARCIA B. :M. Tedder, of 421 Emmctt

i and LA PLAZA CAFE. If you wantto street ncconipunied her guest Mrs. I A citrus tree should be top.JK'd . t
find MANUEL GARCIA, come to Robert Correli, lo Tampa on Wednesday young
inches when beinftransplanted
back about 18
the LA PLAZA CAFE-on Franklin' to remain several days. Upon :
to the A short The Dan Fitch .
street at the corner of Jackson street; their return to Kissimmee Mrs. Cola I,stem' will not dry out grove.so readily as along Quartet ., ;
one block south of Lafayette. IF j,' veil will lie joined, lJyfrs.! D. M. one, and the tree' will get a
YOU WANT THE BEST SPANISH ,Tedder and her granddaughter, Lon- quicker start.BUSINESS. .
DINNER THAT CAN BE SET ON 'ise, and the party will leave for .i
YOUR TABLE-come to see me I their homes in Laurensburg, North ) One of the Features of the Minstrel at the ,.- :
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there. I have my old chef who has Carolina stopping enroute at' St. -
been with me for 18 years, and I can i Augustine and Jacksonville. J
guarantee the best service in the L LECTURE
city." I,' MOTHERS-TEACHERS\ Cl.tm I Casino SaLtiirdaLy March 12 ;
During the year in which Manuel TO MEET NEXT FRIDAY I
''i' Garcia was out of the city he trav At the regular meeting of the ,

cUed through Spain, France and Belgium Mothers-Teachers Club which will be I . . WITH' . .
and while visiting Europe hey held at the Chapter House next Friday i-
studied his chosen line for new developments afternoon at four o'clock' the Children 25 - Adults 50 - Plus Tax
which he could bring discussion in the civic class will be MOVING PICTURES

k back to his Florida patrons. Today led by Mrs. J. E. Lupfer who will
-: he is surprising the restaurant goers have for her theme "Government in r
l with the excellence and charm of Municipalities." )o'ollowinlIII'S. Lup a
dishes prepared under his personal I fer there will be a general discussion v
1 direction at the La Plaza Cafe-- of current events. All members of March 17 8 .
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which he wants to emphasize the I I|I the club, end the public generally, Thursday, p. m. - - -- - -- !
be DEATH RELIEVES SUFFERER ('O! \'I'Y IIIIU14"1'.II' ,
only cafe where ManQel Garcia, himself are urged to present.
can be found, at 214 Franklin HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM AFTER LONG WEEKS OF PAIN I 4.0..1..10...n .
1. street CHRISTIAN CHURCH WOMEN K I. I. """sir".-t, flinlrninli,, 1i r.
WILL HULL A CAKE SALEAt A. F. ItHHS .Idhn H.uiHilli '
t. \. - the Chapter House next Friday Miss Aneata Nellie Wellington,, \\'. q! fk-ll.iinl 'm" \\ eth' ,'rlSlwrlff .%
oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .
I.. It. Kiirinvr
"Where did the automobile -
Judge: evening commencing at seven-thirty,
William in _
living ,
n hit you' Rastus "Well ifI'd will be Wellington apart Clerk .Itilm I II iM-ixIn-it' '
: judge given a pleasing program- the ,Willson block,,, . 1
FREE mentsadjoining JuilKe. T I. ("innerrroxccutliiK
been carrying a license numberit and light refreshments will be
r servo ,
i died after ,
evening ling ,
"Thursday a
Atl il-Mrj. dlilt"u: l'I"I'r
would have been busted into a ed by members of the Christian I
ering illness three weeks of which I Ht'r".I'I.lnll\( \\ It q,,<.I'IIIA"'H..r
thousand Schenoctady N. church. At the close of the
pieces. ( evening
I, J in in Orlando ,, i
Js; :Y.) Unoin-Star. there will be a cake Kale. There will were spent a hospital "' \1'1111. I lt.H..T;. I f
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year, was of a family of four chit Sup. rvlwor of ICcmHI. .ml. ion., j )
A/ Iren. and came to Kissimmee last: l-Muar: I I' Kiitz. \
I! November from Great Falls M0n- Siii| .| lntrifli.it of P< liuiilH ,
.I I tana. in hopes of recovering from, C I 10: Y.iw.llJuntirc
1 of I 1'rure
1 DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE M. I. STOUT malady.Funeral services were cpnducteil I I I ..Mm I .I. Klcliiiii.-inii, ( a

i I Prttidtnt Cat hitr Vic.-Praid.nt Friday< afternoon by Rev. W. H. i i II v IHHI: runt j

Coleman, and the remains were',
AAiyor ._ .. .1 R (''Md, I
H, placed in Rose' Hill cemetery. Thefloral ( ouni'll I II' ,
men
tributes were unusually num- -vr I 151:' i "i-t "1I |1\\,, uti ,, \ ,
erous and magnificent.The i It S Kln.\il .\ S Sill:, 'l }
;, parents are profuse in theiapprecintion r llnunnl M 1 K.itz;: 1 ..1V Tln) >inisiin|, ,
', THE OF A BANK of the kindnesses ('I,-rh .- J. II. (Illlboit :7
i HEART many
Tr. ,,, ,
aMiir. i .1 I Zit.]; ,1,1-1' v
the illncfs
shown during extended '
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; -, Where the heart fails to perform the functions for which it is and of the many personal tributes of AMoint-y 1,. \\ IH o'JlI\ ."i,, rI

designed disease disorder and ultimately death results to the indi- sympathy given. The managementof ('hlrff l'j|,? _1.1..1 Tlx.,1,, ,

vidual. What is true of an individual is no less true of a Bank. the Osceola House, and the many I
,
1 patrons of that establishment wherea residence, and at one time. was" the
I The vital] feature of a Bank, the healthy condition of which is essential younger sister of the deceased i, scene of mnay social elnlshut( of Felix AllenLyric J

to the safety of its depositors is the security afforded( by its employed, made an offertory which late years since the departure of the
y loans. The loans made by this Bank are what are known as "gilt secured a beautiful wreath and madea Carrolls.! little attention has )been

''I edge." We do not seek to make great gains but are solely sobci.i. i- nice purse of money-all of which pail; to it. | Tenor and Yodler
.i. were tendered the Wellington family :No aid by the fire departmentcould ,
I tious as to the safely of our loans. The greatest safely--not the with
; and the parents feel deeply the ,, save it--nor the commissary'
{
,S'I I greatest profit--is the principal of our Bank. Christian spirit shown them by all building, alongside! of it; and the i, The Minstrels at the 1 I

-Merchants and farmers whether engaged on who realized the sorrow that has quickly gathered' crowd merelywatched ) .S

'' ; a large or a small scale seeking absolute come upon them. I the timbers an they fell and. | Casino SaturdayChildren
listened' to the frequent explosions i ,
I i I safety are invited to do business with us. FLAMES DESTROYS RESIDENCE the ammunition that was stored I

i there It is estimated that the loss' 25 - Adults SO
LAST NIGHT AT MERIDIA
f'l i Bank of Osceola County I is about $5000! ); insurance unknown. I Plus Tax I'':

a ;I The fire department was called last Thel services planned forth
vesper, .
Hours: 9 a. to 3 p. m. night: at ten o'clock to Merid'ia some e" hurch for next J I Sunday -
I three miles north of Kissimmee-the evening have been again post- -
l
; I flames at first being deemed to be i poned. Receipt for an income tax entitlesa
the J. Wade Tucker home because of 1 1I man to talk about "our part in the
If their extreme brightness and the I The Gazette's job department ii war." The cost in dollars is yet tall

T!.. Bank With the Ability area covered equipped to do all kinds of job printing1 be met. ?
The fire proved to he the C. D. __
,| ; I and Willingn.as to'Servt DEPOSITS INSURED Carroll residence near the turpentine on short notice and at reasonable T I 1- A

plant which was occupied by J. T. prices. We make a specialty of Prosecuting Attorney (to ow \

7 11 Taylor, who at present ia employedat loose leaves for ledgers./ 47-tf. the nent) : "Yeu're" the biggest boob iQ'' ,
Loughman-the.! house at the mo- city. Judge ( / or. d l l
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'I' ". .. VD- der) : 'Gentlemen, youpforget J'
ni'J1"
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