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 18, 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: VID01003
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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NEW PHOTO GALLERY GOSPEL .HYMNS MEDLEY TEAMS.WPRKIN-NOW-(]
SHOULD THE STATE J
NOW OPEN FOR WORK FOR SUNDAY PROGRAM

GOODBYE VISITORS -
One of the apartments above the The Sunday afternoon presentation
USE BUDGET SYSTEMOF RexaJl store has been leased for a ,. by the Kissimmee Concert Band UPON LACKING LINK

photograph gallery-' and the artist l snow COME BACK SOON! promises to be of especial interest-
ready for all orders for work bringing in, as it will a baritone
APPROPRIATIONSComprehensive that bear the impress of high-grade! solo by Murray Overstreet and a IN KISSIMMEE ROAD '

work. i. C. Mayes. who has been feature of a medley of gospel hymns.
operating a large studio at Sikeston, Every number of the program will '
s And Logical Reasons Missouri, has concluded that Kissimmee WHEN{ a thousand of you, more or less are making plans for bo 'a good one-as may be seen by County Team Are Help'wf City to "

Why Florida. Would be The Better presents' many advantages lack home, and figuring .vhen you get there that you never more will roam the list below: Put Cape Breeze Roadway la Condition I
If Plan Was ing in many communities, and has March-National Emblem" ..Bagley for The ParingAs
Adopted secured this site for his location. Mr. we know you think yoa mean it-but to make the matter plain we Overture-"Orpheus" ____ Offenbach

Muyes has had a large experience III know you'll not be 'Satisfied until you're here again. You have spent a Song for Baritone -"The Palms" contemplated and al told in
Marion L. Dawson Governor liardee's all lines of artistic photography, and -: ___'_______,__._____..____ _. Faure The Gazette last week
private secretary, has given winter hereyou realize .you've been blest by freedom from work com ;
lovely Overstreet
the Tribune a timely article will cater to both portraits and inside (Murray ). menced on that unpaved portion of
in which Tampa he shows reasons why Florida and outside work. lie comes the chilling colds---by: a season's perfect rest; you've had our golden Selection-"Maritana" _____ Wallace the highway lying inside the city

; should follow the custom in many with excellent credentials-and proposes smelled odors from multitudes Rowers Two popular melodiesa limits on the Saint Cloud road-the
the of
you've rare
to become a permanent citizen. oranges; ( ) "Old Fashioned Garden"__ county teams being added to thosebelonging
other states and adopt a "budget ______________________ 'Porterb
that have scented'all the air you've added to our pleasures too, to the
city.
;
system. The letter Is so full of in-
Marion B. Carson; of 215 Broadway ( ) "Love Nest" _________Hirsch I
Arrest to the people of the state that is spending a few weeks in by kind words when we met and friendships have been formed, no Intermezzo-"Isle Of Palms".HolmesRefuge There was a special! called meeting
, H should be given the widest publi: of the city council held on Friday
,1' ; Texas out the land. This
city-and it should be
by every member of the coming I great southwest. time as you meet well-known friends we want you to express the National Anthem ____h_______ Key, cept: consider Councilman. Floyd were ofthese presentto
legislature. The communication for- -' two topics; one
lows: 1 hopes that all Kissimrree sends., We hope you'll say: "Well there'sa being the contemplated work upon

"A flumber of my friends in dif place where everyone seems human; they'll shake the hand of this section of the highway which
ferent parts of the .state who have MANY INDICTMENTSON ONE PAIR BIG BASS has so long puzzled the officials and i iso
'taken the trouble to inform them.selves every man and smile at every woman; they'll tell you where to take long_ annoyed the traveling_public. I

regarding our fiscaL methods, your boat to get the I lest of fishes: and if you're ill lhey'11 do their -- -- The matter was discussed from all
-, and who realize the necessity( for THE DOCKET OF QUIT RESIDENCE IN angles
making some radical changes in our best to cook your fa'o*ire dishes; they make their charges moderate At first there wan some talk of deferring -

present financial system have ""k..dme there's holhing very 'Jear; for in that place there's not a face that the work of the teams until
THE COUNTY COURTBonds .such a time as the paving material
to Ray "something for publication LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA
in favor of the adoption of the budget shows, the profiteer ; and so I'm saying words of praise for all Kis- should be on' the Il'round--or. at

procedure in I'londa simmee's bounty and I Lope my friends next season will see Osceola I least, arranged for. The city has a
"Tfliv advantages of the budget Estreated, Cases Continued, One I. Bought by Orlando Man and certain amount of money in hand
If do this we'll do we'll
county! you'll our part; promise next .
you for the and there will be .
iystcm, however over the unbusi I Charges Dismissed, and Some Verdicts May Serve As Basis of An Orange work somecertificates
nesslike methods now in use in I season to make your \i it still more fair; in this we have a reason. issued for_the frontages
Florida. and a few other "states, are I of "Not Guihy"Theie '"fare-you-well"- 'tis simply "au revoir for County Fish Story of individual owners-unless they
Tis not "goodbye" ;
should choose to cash for the
r so universally (conceded that 1 do<< pay
not believe thorp is a man or woman I have been many cases considered we are positive in our Icarls'we'll "see you here some' more." P. S. Those who love to fish have found'Kis..illln..e improvement; and it was suggested sr
1 the who j is superficially in the March term of countycourt and its surroundings asource that the more prudent course to follow
in state c-wen"
which convened on Monday, The postscript habit's one that I never can forget ; why not subscribe of extreme
pleasure.
would be to the brick before
informed regarding the budget: procedure secure
who would oppose the adop-- Judge T. L Corner presiding. Thlust ;. and each week read a fresh brand-new Gazette? Those who feel the :yearn of the putting the money into the
l next legislature venire of twelve jurymen wasexhausted sportsman time they see displayed grading and filling.
tion by our I I every \ }
"WI...." I use the word 'budget in < ffiis connection I do not mean tha 1 of these' six, were accepted. fishing; sundries should make this even if there should be a considerable :
hoary impostor, that friend. and associate The jurors serving! weal Lyman city a visit--or, better still, make delay in securing this material the ,
of inefficiency and extrnvapance. I Aldrich Bert Arnold, W. J. Barber KiH. ..immee their permanent home; road should be put in a condition
that partner of invisible irresponsible F.. E. Bowl'n..J. I J.. Biyan N. C. CARELESS CAMPERS COURT EMPHASIZESNEED as it i is here that the waters contain that would make it the easier traveled .
1 and too often diOionost I Bryan, John Collins: T. N. Clark, A some of the \best fish to bo found in -and it wan also stated and made
government rolled/ I the 'omnibus appropriation IF. KritJ. Montgomery! C. CMcCoskev the state. plain that if the offer of the countycommissioners
bill1' that is 1. H Roberts, W. K. San- LITTERED-UP OF to allow the use of i
: a measure derson G. 1 F, Sessions LEAVE THOROUGH All the winter there have been
the this time should '
teams
usually brought!: i'l for consideration handledin made catches by those who know county at .I
The
following cases wore )
during the turmoil of the last few be rejected there might elapse a long
how that have proved the source ofintense .
the order named.
i1 'days of the session, whmi t'.rvml'mlwl' State of Floridaersus Otis Cubbivlgc" PICNICKING PLACES SERVICE FROM ALL : interest and back in their period before the offer was duplicated \
and rUlolwdthrough the in dire need
is worn out is homes these fishermen will tell wonderful as county was
f with little debate and ; having liquor in his possession I of much work' before the rainy sea-
prac.li'ullv nolle I \ tales of their prowess; of what I
no opposition I State of prosptjui Flcl.idli'I'rl'u" Ed Roberts Repulsive Rubbish Is Scattered Along County Judge Speaks to Counsel, they have seen; of what they have : Bon should well start in. After these
Already Adopted by 39 States done and all the details which to points had been made plain there t
r ; aggravated assault ; set for The Roadside In Many Sections of Witnesses and Jurors When Court ; go have the
universal desire
of was to
1 "In advocating( the adoption an make a wild and wierd tale. a
March I 15; up
intelligent!: and scientific budget sysfr uesday. The County Was Called Monday Moraine work proceed as contemplated.There .
State of Florida versus Susie A. There is little need of enlargingupon
tem for Florida's fiscal I affairs I am were some changes! from the
I Wood; assault; continued for term. There campingpartiesall Prior to the of the docket anything that is seen or taken It
in accord with the governors of tbir- are many taking up original plan ojf improvement.
ty-nino other states that have been I State of Florida versus Boyte & along the roads in this county when the county court convenedon from the waters of the numerous had been proposed to have a line of
operating satisfactory under this Simmons; 'auctioneering without alicense and there are many who make it apractice Monday Judge; T. L. Comer called lakes found in Osceola county" -for piling driven in the waters of the
system for some years. The best ; nolle prosqui.\ every Sunday to take a prepared for order and said: "the truth is good enough.; In fact, Jake at some distance from the road
"informed fiscal exm-rts in thecoun- State of Florida versus Boyte& luncheon and seek 'some se- At the beginning of the first term so excellent are the fish in Osceola and, by a network of wires fastenin
try approve it. The United States I Simmons; doing real estate business juestered\ spot, of which there are a of this court after my election it may I[ .county and so abundantly are the I' the large number of hyacinths to
them
without license nolle lakes stocked with that frequently -
Chamber of Commerce has repeatedly a ; prosequi.I vast number, und t there lest and refresh not be inappropriate for me to makea act as a breakwater. After this had
I State of Florida versus Bud Harris There sylvan few remarks are accounts given in papers there could have been i t
cndoised it. Former Justice t themselves. are to the jurors the I been done es-
Hughes{ and Piemdents Taft and ; hunting. without a license; nolle spots beside quiet waters, whenthe; witnesses and to the counsel. I located catches in other" when counties the clever of "splendid fisherman ablished a dumping-ground for such 4
Roosevelt advocated it and workedfor proMequi.I sun-shadows flicker as the biamhes rubbish as would have some weightand
To the jurors I desire to that
say stock"in
State of Florida versus Bud Harris secured his "exhibition I
it. leading political party I of the forest are trembled bv the settling power directly on top
Every nolle it is impossible for the court the this county. It is not the fau.lt of a
t has recently made it a plank in theirplatforms. ; trespass; prosequi. soft breezes, which are most attractive sheriff or the prosecuting attorney of the hyancinths-thus solidifying
of Florida Bud Jerni- the man of
State versus newspaperman-for no
France Japan for the picnicker; and many the whole into a mass which
Germany I I to enforce the criminal statutes of mislead upon
nolle would to
without license the design -
profession
e lion; hunting; a ;
and China in fact all foreign governments take! advantage of the situation. this state in this county unless the reader it is the waves would have no effect. t
made the prosequi. Then and I're the tty a ; merely a case While the idea will be carried .
that have study comes unpl court the sheriff and the general;
State of Florida Bud J rni-{ prosecuting where the editor has been imposedupon.
'of fiscal affairs an exact science, I versus : part of it-these picnickers leave attorney have the intelligent and out there will be no pilings used
have adopted it. l I gan; trespass; nolle prosequi. the: spot; and they leave, too the conscientious support of the jurors ,and it is believed that other meth-
"That Florida, so progressive in so I State of Florida versus L. E. Curl debris that has been accumulated. empaneled to try: the cases. I do On Saturday B. C. Crumb who has >ds will bring about the desired end
of
I many things, should be content to I( lee; speeding; entered plea guilty II. B.; Cans and napkins and newspapersand not mean bv this to say that the had especially good success in the at a smaller, expense..
Travis
* remain, one of the few states who $5 and co lll. Beall and, B. wrapping papers and oiled paper jurors should not, in all cases, give piscatorial line, hauled from Lake The plan now Is to straighten and
still. struggle along under the old I Sanfield W. M, Baker W. and corkless bottles and crusts the defendants the benefit of every Tohopekaliga a big-mouth bass, equ- line upihe curbing and flU Jn with
loose, extravagant; slipshod and- un. Johnston entered the same plea on and bones are among the things left reasonable doubt as the law requires, ally' well-known under the name of with earth between the two I walls.
business-like methods of providing a like charge and received the same to mark the spot where but-a few jurors to do; but, ;Jin my judgment, "trout" that attracted much attention At present and for a long time in
(Continued on Pale Two) I fine.State Ernest moments before hilarity and happiness nothing so tends to degrade the administration when he placed it on the scales the past-there has been so email an
of Florida versus and healthfulness reigned.; T'> of and bring the to ascertain its weight. Thirteen amount'of earth upon each side of '
TWELVE HUNDRED STOCKMEN Shiver; hunting on Sunday; continued justice pounds ten ounces was the weighta
It be perfectly frank they leave a dirty laws of the state into contempt and the curbings that when a ear strad-
ELIGIBLE TO MEMBERSHIP I for term. mess which detracts from the 'appearances the failure of jurors to short time after the fish was cap- died the curbing in the act of "turn-
disrepute, as
Slate versus.S. D. Storyhunting
of Florida -
tured-and it is fair to that
of the spot-and every presume out" the frequently scraped,
ASSOCIATION return verdict of where the ng pan
IN STATE / continued a guilty
1 ; on Sunday; I several ounces were lost to the and
; I passerby conceives the idea that the law and the evidence demand such the danger of damage to tub au-
for/ term. of the of time. f
I in weight because lapse
people that vicinity are an unsanItary omobile was considerable. If the
At the meeting of the Cattle- T. Pren- verdict and the court confidently expects -
State of Florida versus P. bunch. But no claim is made for that de- teams now working shall haul insufficient
Association of Florida which bond for- of you jurors faithful and conscientious -
Raisers
tie; reckless driving; $25 preciation.The levelof
Every picnicking party should earth to run to the
last week held at Bartow there discharge of your dut.y.To .
was I feited. father up the fragments and burn same day another bass (trout) the top of the curbs, with a sufficient .
f/were fully five hundred present. One State of Florida versus W. O. Kelley all that will! burn. The bottles and witnesses: I desire to say that was taken from Lake Tohooekaliga berm on each side of .the road .
I : of the speakers made the statement ; speeding; $25 bond forfeited. cans which will not'burn, but which the court expects you to remain In which exceeded in weight by two and the whole ,mass then rolled as
that the organization needed a fund Same in of Willie Green and ''or around the courtroom until
cases
l' may fill\ with water and breed mos you ounces the fish mentioned above solid as possible, the constant use
of about 915,000 a year, and a paid Grady Dean. quitoes, should be stamped into some .are discharged from further attend-I thirteen pound twelve ounces. There. of the road will gradually make a ,
handle its business. He State of Florida versus Joe Tracy; ance the court. The willi 'collusion between the two !
secretary low spot found, and sufficient earth upon was no hard bed which can be scraped and
that there were about assault and battery; entered a pleaof kicked over them to hide them. Suchan not delay the trial of cases to give; i sportsmen-and it l is probable that !. rolled with .but little expense at fr.1 1
*twelve hundred cattlemen fully eligible l- not guilty. Trial resulted in ac- act would require but five minutes' counsel time to hunt up witnesses neither saw the other; it just hap- quent intervals. Then when the paw
for membership in the association Suittal. Jurors i in the case were time-but would benefit the locality I \nd bring them to the court without pened so. This fish was caught by tog material shall be ready for the '
who should be brought in by Collins, Bert Arnold Lyman full five dollars' worth. Sucha ,.'I I imposing; such a fine upon the witnesses Ray H. Sayer who lives in Kissimmee placing it will be but a small Job to 4
cattlemen now members and advocated Aldrich A. F.'. Kritz, W. J. Barber.J. clean-up would leave the place in. as will, in a measure recom- Park. and it had a mouth large take: out the uhneeded earth and addIt

a membership campaign. ; also L. Bronson. a sanitary condition-and in an at- caus-ed enough to take in a grapefruit of to the berm already there; all of
the raising of dues. State of Florida versus Joe Tracy; tractive form for the next party of considerable size. which will add to the solidity of the
The executive board includes assault. and battery; entered plea of like character that came along. The to be present when they are called.To The fish was seen by a resident road and the safety of the people
Charles Carson, Jr:, Kissimmee; Hiram not guilty. Trial resulted in acquittal. fire would consume all\ the trash in I counsel: I desire to say thattl or Orlando who immediately who pass over it.
J. Moody, Riverview; F. N. Jurors in the case were F. E. maintain that it it in ice and
five minutes-but care should be taken e court desires to purchased packed No statement has been Hefinitelr ,
54..Burt, DeLeon Springs; Sam Sum- Bowen, A. F. Kritz John Collins, J. which with it. It is barely
: to see that all\ flames were extinguished ctrdial and friendly relation started for home made as to the length of time which
merlin. Cocoa; Frank Raulerson, L, Bronson W. J. Barber, T. N. before leaving the sopt. The \ should exist between court and counsel possible that the bass was exhibited will be required although: there >

Fort Pierce; G. Murphy. Braden- Clark. '(leetroying of the debris. would prevent but the court expects counsel to as a catch from one of the numerous seems to be a belief that the work
town; George W. Mann Bartow; T. State of Florida versus Ed Rob- I the blowing of the stuff over ; be in the courtroom ready to proceed lakes to be found in Orange can. be completed within three weeks.n .
B. King, Arcadia; H. T. Lykes, Tam erts; aggravated assault; continued the country in the first breeze. w'h the trial of their cases when the county. [ any event that is the full term for
pa; John M. Scott, Gainesville; C C.. I for the term. By all means every camper and same are called. It is not right to These are but two of the many which the county will loan its teams $,
Smith Christmas; McQuinn Chaires*, State of Florida versus Barney every picnicker should make a rifle the court nor to the tax-paying public that have been reported, but of whichall and men; and I if a longer time shaltbe A
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*Old Town; W. F. Ward, Kicco; A Johnson drunkenness; entered plea in details have not been obtainablein '
; to "clean up" before hp "clearedout. to delay the trial of cases order necessary the work will have to> r'
Crews Newberry; A. L. Jackson ,;of-pullty; sentence suspended. ." In this way will every resident to send for counsel and witnesses an authentic way_in shape for a be done by the, city teams alone.
Gainesville; Charles Crum I5ushnell;' State of Florida versus Barney along the highway welcome those when the cases are called, and, therefore correct account. The Gazette would Eighteen working days will it ia
J. S. Hancock, Bradentown; R. W. Johnson. ; using; profane language; who come-instead of condemningthem the court will expect you to be be pleased to receive full details of confidently asserted, make a vast
Dunlap, Green Cove Springs. entered plea of guilty; $1 and costs. as is. now too frequently the present and ready to proceed at the any catch-not that they must be as change in the aspect. of the half
MANAGEMENT-- -- - State of Florida versus Barney 'a..e-and with good cause. time. your cases are set for trial. l large as those told about in this article mile of road that has for long beeA
MANHATTAN Johnson; selling liquor; nolle prose- but the full details may be an' eyesore and a source of danger.
IS, NEW AND PROGRESSIVE qui.State given; in a manner that will carry --
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--- of Florida versus Barney conviction. CASINO MANAGEMENT STRIVING
For several weeks the old Manhattan Johnson; having liquor in his possession -
STEADILY TO PLEASE PATRONSThat
house on Dakin avenue has ; nolle prosequi. I FOUR DOGS BITTEN BY
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,ieen under new management andne State of Florida versus J. II. Mc- SUPPOSED RABID CANINEA the people of Kissimmee are
changes that have already beenaffect..d defamation case discontinued "Excelsior" DateoOo ..
Entyre; ; Right to receiving a better class of amusements -
are bringing that hostelry' common canine, just merely than ever and that few cities ,
into the higher clnss. It has now State of Florida versus Ruth !Mc- dog, ran wild at the plant of the I of the same size can boast of so excellent I "VI
been purchased by J. D. Newbv, Jr., Entyre; defamation; case discontinued. Consumers Lumber and Veneer Com- performances is a fact that "'

formerly of Kansas City, and he, pany last Friday night, and at least I cannot be successfully disputed.: Everything \ 4
with !Mrs. Newby, have sole director- State of Florida versus Joe Tracy;
I four dogs were (bitten by the beast ,I that Manager Burgess Westcan
ship and management. Already the having liquor in his possession; entered Disgruntled shades of varied hue before a lucky shot an end to do for the comfort of the patrons l $'
improvement both in the cuisine and plea of not guilty. Johnston In state and too. his existence. One 0 rut dogs bit- I of the Casino is carried out and ho !
I in the neatness and perfection of & Garrett, for defendant. Zach Bass, every county I ten belonged to Bennett Land who I II is personally present at every per- ,
service are bringing; a reward by a. assistant counsel filed 1T\0tion for Were dropping-when, through rifting skies I is connected with the plant and that formance to look after things in genera ,

larger patronage than has been given ; bill of particulars; motion, denied. They saw a youth and heard his cne.- animal was promptly killed as wasone !. Mr. West is original and f
# the place for some time; anal the Trial resulted in acquittal. Jurors in I
: other. The head of the supposed painstaking in all ways--and, if he t
owners have plans which will com- the case were T. N. CMark. A. F'I "I've found itl"I rabid animal was sent to Jacksonville owned the entire property he could
mence to take shape at an early Kritz. Bert Arnold J. E. Montgomery to the state board of health fora take no greater interest Jn it than '
date for a complete. change inside I J. H. Roberts, Lyman Aldrich. "Across the seas I've hunted long: I verdict as to the condition of the Is shown at all times. Today ha I .j\

and out. Thus far Mr. and assidu-Mrs. In Session "The whole world's listened to sx_song: animal and the returned telegram comes out with a heart-to-heart talk
Newby have been working Congress. Special I was rather too brief to be explicit. with the people- and that he means
't oualy yet auietly, their desire beingto "But now I've ceased my strident quest The message read: "Dog positive." every word that he says is positive. ., ;;:
male; a place that will cater to It is now definitely) stated that a l "In Florida where wealth and rest 'I While various constructions mightbe The management of the Casino hall r '
those who like to enjoy the comforts special session of the sixty-seventh and the class, '
the the 1
telegram been much improved
placed
so
upon gen
always available in a larger; congress will be called for Monday "Surround it'I'Thorn. I much bettered
louse eral belief is that it meant that the of performances so
; and they are enjoying a par April 11. I dog was "positively rabid" and a that people-would much dislike to return .p

JIRrUge that Is pleasing.Mglberriea Mrs. Uelena Bartlett who is spend- sL close watch will be kept in that locality to any of the former ways; and ; ;t,

f. are now ripening rap- ing the season at 215 Verona returned for any unusual symptoms they are showing by their patronage 11
shown by of the dogs owned that the efforts pot forth are being s .I
,Jdly-and are to be found on sale at on Monday from a week'svisit any many rtt
I !T numerous stores. from Tampa. I there. appreciated. ,M' \


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; WATERPOWER DEVELOPMENT PAYS HANDSOME'TRIBUTE# creased; about '800 percent faster

j TO KISSIMMEE' GAZETTE than our population( "
Doyouknow THROUGHOUT UNITED STATES There are In Florida, fa round 'I ,
: ::4 'you can roll The true optimiVt- riot only enoour* numbers 1,0(10,000( ) people I doubt If It
lea 'o( them know that (
ages business by his smiling mien where $S8,00J(
., ";., ,50 gdod :More than |75: applications haw | t'hiaclI) ,many 'a 1 aces I jln return' fur but inakoa business by his' attitude.' 000 came from, except they have n
ti'cigaretteST i ,: l l-l.n> filed( with the new federal power I permits) or rights/; from 'the state, \tcconliiiue > ,of practicing,: what he preaches "In vague ,sort" of idea that Jt'came di-
: 0 com mission, by" pi-oplv wishing' to I', > opcrntlri-f\/ Indefinitely "dun- the able contribution under! this (.tie'Hreetly" or indirectly from the piloted)
N 'IOcts'from develop/ watvrpowors in different ing their good behavior," until tli- on the first page' of tlilx morninir'c' of the? people except that portion''of
'parts of the country. It has been /lIIlLc or.a, +niuiiicipulity clortri to takeover Tribune from W. L. Thorndyke', the i lit which was contributed by' the national -
one bag of I II'marked that "time shows the wisdom ' \the It is Interesting able and brilliant editocof The Ki,,- government. They do not know I ,n
/ or the folly of- man's' plans." I to .khow liuat.while the'indeteiminutt Himinec Valley Gazelle we find what the money was appropriated ,,1
Till.. is .illustrated in- the power situation. ,pe"milt 1 l.-itVri which have worked out lemony many excellent things to for. still 'lcs>E what return the stale I ; .
I, ".\tu"',, (plans' fur "conserva HO until-factory to the public. only n think of, this fttatenu-nt; . received for It; whether a dollar was "iT TOASTED"I:I ;
tJo,," operated to )prevent duvelopmeiit few years ago ,coiificle-n-d larirely.- "The optimist is liberal In every made tar do the work of a dollar of natural power re-sources foru fioi'inienlal, the earnest/ franchise way because he knows that na others the wOI'kof' a penny. I' .t I
)good Wiany )'('lIrK. Meanwhile the grunted l to street railway companies gain II(', too, will advance. "The right to be heard before being "
"ooal fields have been dniwn un to a Massachusetts: were of this type. That IK the real value of optimism. / taxed has ever been a jealously
point that onuses a great conreinit mail its use in that stateIIUH not k L.liehusin.ss. is good and going , guarded and valiantly defended prerogative CIGARETTE
{ t ongiess finally decided to j give only lioe-n' e'pntinue-cl, to the prt-m-n' to continue (rood, so it helps of our people, and! justly so. "
sC I tei those who would, develop the walerpower I lime, hut i i-t being liroade-nrei. All along/ by ahsisVing the man who is But under our present fiscal system, ,
/ long-time1 franchises The/ frH |grunted] by congress to temporarily. in fc tight place. It be- the people who are staggering along No cigarette has
prmc'iplc, so long bought for. in the public service e'OiporationK, including !IK.ve'S, for instance that good roads as best they may under a tremendous delicious
livid of local utility development vas those operating) m the District of i will make a better condition for all backbreaking and heartbreaking the.same
: eogni7cil 1 by the government in the t'olunibia, Porto Rica, and the Philippine in the slate, HO it boosts good roads, burden of ever-increasing taxation flavor as Lucky L.
I waterpower" ul'l. and the lesulls wereimmediate. Islands arc indi-tvi initiate, and votes for goal roads and pays pleasantly have about the same voice in and Because
Strike.
The short-term fian- .the recent federal waiter power law and promptly its assessment' know about as much about the taxes
C I GENUINE I chile failed to produce developmentof is in e-lfoc-t this type of legislation. for good, "roads. And so in every which are levied upon them by each Lucky Strike Is the
natural power for the reason thai I -- --- -- ;i other line 'of advancement or sphereof session of the legislature, iis the toasted cigarette.extravagance :-'
44 GENUINEBULL'DURHAM I the property of a utility is of a /permanent endeavor. The optimist in l heralhp..nll"p man in the moon Know,
nature, and under moejernregulations liberality reflects back to "Of course I am aware of the generally -
tI 'I it cannot lie amorti/eil :I[AGRICULTURAL POINTERS | him mati-1-ially and to his I benefit accepted idea that in a Democratic @ I
out of (earnings. 1 Its I value lo the invent be would be an optimist for selfish form of government such as I -r--
-c iLZ- I ois depends on the earnings it j J't'ulton.llone., if for no other. ours the people are informed through :Y ;'vY .
r ..-..
will produce and its earning{ power IIY 1., Jl \\JI.SON' COUNTY: AUI o.'J'; I Seeing conditions as he views their representatives what takes I
,t in turn i.... dependent on the ability I I them, and ...nstina,: retrospective i place in the legislature; but nothing ,
I of the utility to continue in business I I have recently received from tl-e glance along the vista of accomplishment could be more misleading in fact s
An Interesting Cuts under grant from the government University of Florida Experiment Mr. Thorndyke is able to than this Idea. I served through t and. irresponsibility,
'authorities. The shorter tIe tenureof Station a number of bulletins oncitru.s declare with confidence, there is no three general sessions and one extra and dehlroy invisible, government
We were agreeably surprised Sunday the grant the more risky the en- diseases and insects trucknop failure scheduled. for Florida there session' While there I enjoyed the they will elect to the legislature only 4
when Old Thorn of The Ki-e "li''p.ts.--u"T1Ti.+ as a ronsiiueneeythe eliMfam-H ndintMMU,-.and--f mi- isno reason why_- the pessimist reputation of..nut being tar below those- who pledge I I themselves to its
$Kimmee Cazettc; ; drove up und hitch- greater the income necessary to at- ers bulletins on field clops'; forage* should find comfort and pleasure the average of my colleagues in intelligence adoption.! The 'people will no longer
?' 1 eel his limosine to the gale-post at tact the necessary new (capital and crops, and l animals their bleeds and lodging/ under its sunkissed skies and / I was practically always lie content to sunmit to a sys'em) the
Silverside We are always glad to I this increased roll of new capital reflects diseases of. live stock. Any one wishing :inmd-t its |,,,ierfume-Ia airs, ill mv seat and was deeply interested itenelency, of vvhiih is to I burden>.. them
grasp the hand of any man who is itself in the rate for service" to bulletins on the shove lI"t. write Probably no man in the state has in the work winch I thoroughly 'with Ii taxation without allowing them
homelier than we are, and h'Kide".1 of the ail iht v Furthermore lo the county agent who h will "send,1 done more than "Thorn," as he isaffectionately enjoyed and gave earnest attention, I Ito Ian| opportunity to protest I against/ it
this Thorn is a thorough newspaperman it has appaie-ntly been them out, or else call at my offue-/ called l by the preshiethren > the proceedings But, I am frank A mean.. mina"t be \provided< by law so
and i a darne-d intctesting{ toy j pioven in the eiflicial anal I>sis of t the for same. anil thousands of oilier t o say, that at the end of t the 'lirst that c'eveiv t.ixp.i.vei, ram readily and,!
generally. Mr. Thorndyke was accompanied 'question during and since. the! war, I All faint houses to be complete \\ lt o here lead his articles, to keep two ';sessions I knew almost nothing I arcuiat"lasccitam I, 1 exactly'1 what he "
; .t by Mrs Thorndyke and that when the fianclnse.. is nearing' should IIHVIa good milk cow to supply '- the skies bright and to point out ibout appropriation1During the I is gom'g to be taxed for before not
their daughtcr.--Wmter llaVen "hief. the dale of termination, new capital the household ('omIl1UIHis."n- the rainbow gleam when the ilmidstethered I last s"ion. I I nerved on the uppro after the tax t i- Imposed. and the taxcollectoi !-
cannot l II' obtained r on any tcims; der how many farmers know that aveiy blackest. I He learned long pl'inlion commuter and l t hen-fore, bail I i* knocking at the door.It's ,"
If you belch up a bitter-tasting!: improvement ('ea..(' and the public few cows on I the averagefarm ago that the blackest cloud alwayappeai I an oppoi tuli.t: ,\' to come more dneillv -u _-_. _
suffer from heartburn and
r liquid suffers' Also the obtaining of the pay for their bonid7 You will leain/ after the sloim and that, in contact with and knewmore
..ifr t sour stomach, you need the tonic franchise by the utility almost invariably this lire sooner you start keeping art 'auhed it gainst the letre-atmg" hordeyf about them -
of ",'rbin It is
properties (' a purifying lesults, in hostility, betweenthe -cotI on jour milk cow'' Feed I is gloom shines the rainbow a re.flection "It is not unusual.. : 1 for 1.000 bilNtn
and strengthening medicine, \public and the utility ,the big item; the fainter has to figine of the bright timeN now at I I I.,. 'ntrodurp'J during! the -i\tv dayof -*
for the liver and bowelsPrice
J. stomach Utility companies are now being with, and unless you have some band interposing itself be-tv.e-e-n the the legislative: term Every mem '"
(WI'. Sold Roherson's Pharmacy.
; ,. by ** permitted to sunender existing franp method< of keeping a record. 1. I the today of brightness, and the yeMer her serves on five 01 sit o* me.recommittees. .
j .eriade 01 "''rub' caw t that is be-mir clay of gloom forever pushed ..ul.- Thha: \(' t their own
kept fOI'I milk ('UW. will ,soon help T.niijj.i Tribune. bills, to look after anti) it I'! impo'-si'
s I I get the old farm home under moitigage I - --- -- hiteven for I tho>-(. who ale expert '
/ This ,sort of cow will do for The Best Laxative. t need to keep an at cm"ate nr 'neat
the I butcht-i'. and then you purchasea I of the \vanotiand "sundry "ppl'Op1'I111..n
:\\I\ "fdentary habits have necessitated -
milk cow that will \pay for /Ire the of that are Msked, r.inirmg
t use an occasional laxative -
besides ill from matteis of great importance tothose
board a (profit supplying ,
1 have tried manv but found!
the young: pig-* about the farm : nothing better than thamlr0rlam's'Tablets that are utterly ridiculous.ai, I
:Milk-is/ n well-balanced food. Habie that at the end of the session ,if the
eo writes George; F. Daniels
I and young child) en usea great ll.irdwick, Vermont. Mr. Jlamels inpnipiutor people were to a"twhlll IIppropl ill
tons, had been made and alit",
i deal of milk that is harmful to goof very
of the Ilardwick Inn one
yr ''health :Milk being a well-balance"! ,of the model hotels of New Kngland ,few members could give them any
IIt food, contain" the piopeities' mot ,I I definite or worthwhile reply The
I I esse-ntial to the growth of hactcna.j({: SHOULD THE STATE majority of our legislator/ ale 1I*1l- Crammed
and especially to harmful ones. I Lat ,'- ally! elected and (totally without legislative -
USE BUDGET SYSTEM with Power-
i tie acid /germs are always present, I'I ability I
I t OF APPROPRIATIONS PrO'pdur.O!'; AnK
|, id certain iiiintities| defending on liudgel Longer
I the teniperatuu the milk is held. )I I __ eriment I the Gould Storage Battery
? a i I Il In Tbe-se germs are the /genus causing (<""onl limed from rntt; On') I ",0.tatl'd above the budget/ i for your Car. ,
the milk to. sour\ and are" not to be-1'1: levcnues for the slate's real and im- system, i i" no longer an expel'ime>nt. Pep right on tap- ,
i i feared in that the milk may be held;] |i: iiiginuiy needs, is a curious phase of Since Wisconsin and "alifornia( sturdy'work-a good old .
in sweet condition, longer by keeping/ IOUs|, public. life that it is difficult to adopted it in 101.1: thirty-nine states f
the milk at a low tempciature. san- I understand or explain. I' have followed suit twenty-five of ageThat's
l itary' milk utensils is essential to ,! "All I thoughtful/ people agree that I which. have found by, (experience that the record of
producing, !sanitary milk Don't lie tI ere is IKI process of government so the executive budget is I the most I Gould Batteries.
f'' Go To !|ijf/-iuH to use hot (toiling water, r.nx-' important as that which providesrevenue I! satisfactory These states fared exactly The answer lies in the -Irs
Prepared Enjoy; i, ing in cool water in washing the milk for the state and they will : the R-lIm.. conditions, that i is now ,I Dreadnaught Pljtcs.They're JA" U'
., ['bucket and l pans. Then place themin 'i- agree ton, with equal unanimit). that i /lacing Florida. Their needs for bit ",...
the sunshine until ready for use nothing is so likely to lead to err "ending money outran their available every
Your Motor Trips i iHAVE again. To further the precautions in I liavagance and inefficiency if not revenues and it became necessary. I I Gould made even to ,

producing clean milk, free of harm- dishonesty as that process which op- i for them to adopt some iricans by I the lead oxide.
ful bacteria such as B. Bacili, and crates to take money from the pockets I which every dollar spent could be ,I No other maker goes
your own VACUUM BOTTLB OUTFIT-for water B7: Bulgaria, the man, boy, or woman I of the people without their con- I I made to do more and better work. to such length to secure

coffee-for milk-or ice-cold lemonade. Have. who does' the milking, should wear a sent and which spends it without In 1915 our own legislature: put our uniform !J .
I 'clean white apron keep the hands their knowledge and, we know that own counties on a budget 'basis. It quality.E
a refreshing drink when you want it. washed very clean, and before milking this Is exactly what results from our these other states succeeded in bringing readnaught Plates ,

wash and dry the cow's! udder present loose' and unbusiness-like fiscal order out of chaos as they are so reliable that:
Then the LUNCH BASSET-the joy and security of the thoroughly. The barn and milk shed methods of raising revenues by legislative did by the adoption of the budget they're used for such exacting I'

lt, day's trip-making you independent of' time and distance. should be provided with ample light enactment."In system, can any logical argument be.advanced work as furnish '
space for the ;sunshine to come in, considering the adoption of why It would not serve the the for railroad
These and aU other motoring accessories are specially free from dust and trash, that might )| 'budget refoim,1 it is well for us to same purpose in Florida ? The truth ing power
be* blown around to contaminate the* keep clearly in mind what the term 'of the whole matter is this: Every signalling, submarines -
displayed this week. Come in and see what we cant 'scirntifie, budget' means. state, Florida among the rest, will be street cars, and

supply you with to make your motoring more comfortable milk.Grow more feed this year and \ What in it Designed/: to I>o7 obliged sooner or later, to adopt the wireless operation.There's .
r .3 and enjoyable. watch your bank roll increase accordingly "The answer is clear. A budget is budget plan. What, therefore, is the a Gould to fit
The more you feed your a means through which the representatives { sense of putting: it off from year to
I I stock on feed produced cheap, the of the people can intelligently year? It is true that a few reaction your car.
> THE OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY ... more profit you will make on the exercise their right and power to aries in the state may succeed! for a

': -:4: V. money inveRl<'d. That sounds very I control t the public purse-to decide time in preventing its adoption just ..s.01 aet.ry Senl ce i
+ !II- KISSIMMEE, FLA. 1* ,simple to you-and it is-so try | what work shall be undertaken br as they always have consistently op- R..lr. R.Illiag 'e' ft

growing all the feed you expect: to | the government, and how much shallbe I' osed and delayed as long as possiblethe .....__.. ........ ...
t4 *, WfN'CHEST.ER feed this next year. Ticks do the i paid for it. The purpose of the adoption of every progressivemeasure --for .
:i,. THE STORE stock worst thai are fed the least. j II public purse is to provide funds for I'|I It is well, however, for us aaita. F
s I Frequent cultivations of the torn work to be done. The purpose of the I Ito recognize the fact that this is an w. Mvofr. CmuU Battery
u r 91, will increase your yield materially. control is to make certain that the I era of advancement No set of men for any ear
II |
I I Shallow cultivation conserves' the :, officers charged with doing the work I can stop the wheels of progress any 1
f ,, .soil moisture limiting factor in shall in fact carry out the will of the more than they can' stem the tide of I PRENTIS & THOMAS
a - the production of corn Corn n a legislature./ A budget must there- destiny. As soon as the taxpayers
I lt II I rank feeder and requires a large f< re, ((1)I ) develop information for the ':'of the state clearly understand what Auto Repair Shop

'S 1I I amount of water. Keep out all grassland legislature and the public ((2)) authorize i I a scientific budget means and its STKWART AVKNUEKISSIMMEE 1
't weeds from the corn field. by work and provide funds for many advantages over our present
H I' using the cultivator, burrow and i it, and (8)) provide for the effective 'loose and unbusiness-like fiscal sys-
I Its Grows shovels, I II j jj exercise of control over the spending i I Item they will demand its adoption.
: i Appeal I 1 > officers. I| When they find that it will substitute 1
I II "The authority and the (' efficiency and economy for --t 1
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y- corres-I .
j should be - -- '"
Why They Parted ponding duty I I
I Many people start to use on some responsible head preferably OOOOOooooooo..t.OOOOOOO.OOO OOO OOOO ..
the governor: to prepare scientific -
1'i' I "I was down with pain in my light budget which whall include every I II I
i side which at times almost, craved appropriation, the legislature will ,
INSTANTPOSTUMtemporarily ( me. :Most all of the doctors! said l op- be""called upon to make for state expenses I
,': H I I leration. But what I want to tell you : and this schedule should heRO R.S.FLOYDt
h is the pain disappeared with the first arranged and the items so clearly
dose of your medicine, and I never ,set out, that no expert knowledge
)1)t see any since. Mayr's Wonderful ]I I I I will be required to understand them. .
coffee
in place of or Remedy has the right name-gas, Then, this budget so arranged, should .
I '' health But .sour .stomach and dyspepsia have be submitted to the legislature during Groceries and ,:
tea for reasons. they left too." It is a simple, harmless I II the first few days of the session ,

learn to love its rich flavor ( preparation that rpm, \,(." the eatar- (,, not the last few clays and a copy of - .
; soon ''rhal mucus from the intestinal tract'.it should be placed on the desk of A ', aFresh

;' and its wholespme qualities and allays all inflammation which I every member and it should he published I
pure, causes practically all stomach liver in the leading papers of the MeatsWe

that adopts and intestinal ailments. including ap- j(( state. And those who have preparedthe
so they
are apparent "
? penclicitis. One close will convince OT'' budget whether they are the I
Postum their meal I money refunded! J. Z. Uoberson, and governor and his associates or the .
as
regular
k druggists everywhere chief executive alone, should he re-
: "
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I ale specializing&
(
: time beverage. quir -Iob'hlaw to appear at any time now on :
"Beauty Unadorned"The I before the legislature in open session -
I and explain and defend any ao- Celebrated Gardner Cakes v .
v "Theres Reason"Sold ; Tampa Tribune of last Thursday propriation asked for in the schedule
a entailed' the pic'tuie's of pinmimnt '':'Then every member in that body- I which have reduced in price from 50c to440c, but h
Floriebans Rube Allan I the and his constituents back home who
w'f centric newspaper man who had I, are going: { to pay the hills may know 1 still retain the high quality which has made them

[just I been released l from jail because 'II at any step of the proceedings what I famous. They .
there was no evidence eonni'CtingMm I bills they are going to l he required come in a good assortment , *
by with the murder of Harry I. Hi- to pay and why. This is business
grocerseverywhere gel of 1!rail e>n town, und W. I., I I fit is just and it is consistent with the ,
: / Thorndyke better known as "Thorn," I spirit of our institutions PHONE 176 '
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' i .. formerly with the Palm Beach Post Present System Operates to Keep 302 BROADWAY .
but now connected with The People in Dark .
INSTANT
q'I' C mee Valley Gazette. We KiSSim'j "Last year more than $8,000,000was n ; ;

by "POSTUMA Rube. We could never spent from the public treasury.
4I 1
? ; PbstumMadeCereal was guilty of murder. We are !gladto A staggering &),1m. even in these I II ,
4, Co.. Inc., BEVERAGE .see the picture of "Thorn," who I I days when the reckless waste of public T
I II = for years has been quoted all over ,, funds state and national has become BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES order your fertilizer without
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w Battle CreekMich. : : .:. the state for his original "Last t the rule rather than the excep- PR/rV You will make a mistake if 4
r, Night Thoughts" that had a humor tion. Nearly 400 percent more than getting our NEW LISTS JUST ISSUED. PLENTY OF MATfi1 A
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I Mtam [ALS
Csn.I Caapud.v PROMPT
= . u. peculiar to themselves.-Orlando Re was spent ten years ago. During that SHIPMENT. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides, )
Sprayers j
porterStar.Try I same period the population of Florida Poultry Supplies.
"IJ o..w tw increased leas than 50 percent. E. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. ,1JA

e' a classified in 'The Gazette; tf .IltI: other words, our expenses in- KSONVI .LE; FLORIDA'''l..1'
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THE KISSIMMEE .VALLEY';GAZETTE. FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1921. ": THREE r.I .
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I Wat That Fluid "Water?"I ." 1 eating's. Are Expensive Locks Bad To Me The classified. l columns.of The Gazette ';;

Says. the Ocala Banner; Every time, I see that Tan-Hell service for email *
give splendid
r'I W. I.. Thorndyke better known allover TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK i Meeting of Marion County anic" business in a newspaper I wonder .. I
., matters.. No doubt have -nome- "
Florida as 'Thorn, editorof hospital, why it; was the fellow's mother you
The Kissimmee Valley Gazette, accompanied 'I don t know who met the hospital''didn't bring him'up not to use swearwords thing to sell that someone else wanti. i
by Mrs. Thorndyke and By THORN nor why, they\ met it':-but, I'm willing ? I thank you : Try a classified In The Gazette tf (ir
1 I.*. their daughter,. Miss Wylena, motor- to vow th4re'was s-o-m-e little\ ex* j I
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;i..-J ed to Bartow Sunday to Bee the town I pcnsei connected .with the meeting, ': i iOO
, they had heard so much about, including I: Isn't It Awfully Silly *" *, O O OOOOOO OOOO O.OO.i .
: the fine roads In Polk countyof Il ONE I Some newspapermen are up' durnedsoft PoMmastfrs Have DHnketites '1
TIIORNISM
which they had read so much. l I that they call it "Iadiu'rightal"! Says the Tampa Tribune:
,
1 .. There is but one "Thorn" in Flori. ; I Since" the abolition of even the 1 1]I * A Jacksonville]) man triedto WONDERFUL PROGRAM AT'
da's Journalistic field, and .Bartowwas II I 12.75 (.luff-that ambient liquid' A ";SumbPr." Of What seed a half-pint 'hooch'b i .
honored by his presence hero I that neither coaxed! cheered. nor 'I.I 'I I Says one of my exchanges: ">'ou >' mail Thea friend in New .
though but for an hour. lie is a are not obliged to kiss the telephone J ) ork. postmaster kept
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congratulated there has been a I-
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man of wonderful and it the selfish thine .
personality constant: falling off in the wild I operator to get a number. I n'posts ; THE CASINO THEATREI
when he writes his renders "sit Upon which the Jacksonville Times-
uf 'ost crop: but the annual field\ of 't not; but is there any law against; it T I .
and take t Union
notice. lie has promise J *" *. returns:
I Hidden has I
grass kept the price !!
to pay us another visit at no distant '' I Beat This. If You Can Which postmaster Don't '
'of lawn-mowers to wartime
day and stay for a. couple of hours, up 1 A sporty young fellow of Bartow you be casting/ any aspersions -
l next time. He quotation : I EVERY DAY NEXT .WEEKA
vras thirsty when he I i Had a car that was durn hard to on George Drew
reached Haitow and on leaving remarked start oh; Well, it might be easy to See what .

: "liurtow has the bent waterof */ >k I Once, nine miles from town George. drew in his package. X
any town 1 have ever visited in Also Wesmtchem Club His ,compression dropped down- *" *\ *" ;. -
Florida." Now, yuu minister guys, Pnlatkn has a "Weeotem: Club'.' I To Bartow he made them his car tow. How About This: Arcadia -
1 get busy.-Km tow Kccord. presume !this is a sifter society of"Wojrialiem alt i|: *! I was planning a trip by car to .
----- Club." Wepanhe-ni 1'ayfng loo Much Money Arcadia, thinking I was to have aloud A FRIENDLY CHAT WITH YOU. ...

Watch your children for symptom* I *l *! I The commissioners of Polk county all the way-briek, or asphalt, 3: If I could sit down and have a quiet little talk with you personally
uf worm They undermine the ('nlthItnd Term! IN Perplexing! are offering to pay informers rewarding or something like that. Then 1 asked -
-f and show exactly the that I have arranged in
breed sukne'sn. Use. White's. !Nowadays when one hems Ihe : the tracking of !the prohibition), u man who had just: returned from you programs an
Cream Wrmifuire It cxpells worms I form' "hir lman" he is puzzled to 1 law ten percent of all fines assessedthe that point about the road and he :f effort to bring better pictures to your door, in an effort to do all that

and restores health and Mjror. (Price 1 know whether the fellow) il' one of .culprits I think that is too told mo that after Kinking the le) X 1 can to give you the benefit of the truly great productions that the

,,;Jtljc J Sold_by. Robei. son's Pharmacy f hose who talks about the "feather- mu.'ollidn't. 2.75 percent be und Solo county line it was the roughest 1 + larger cities are enjoying, you would be surprised to see just what
od I'on/l""t,1" merely about right toughest load he'd ever S'NI-
ort a common ; has been accomplished.
.
]le required' the use of 110,000000- iiutomoflvwhcM'l, pilot. Uh-huh. *" *" *! and that about nine miles was: about,
ono) cards" to record the population I :Ie *" 'ICShakcstwarc Take Th'Vitnosn the best! gait that could be termed : If you will watch the advertisements in the Jacksonville, Tampa
of the United States in making the Should See ThinI'nse'o I Asks Mho ShakespeiirpBrovtmigCluh safes Said thoj' located I the airship. :f i: and other papers of the larger cities you will see that they are advertising .

it last census.'FIXING, I county' beans to huve pulled of Pensacola.: fu-lels in that' district because that :.S the same pictures, the tame stars, that you are .<.e.aJl right
i it PIP plum for an amateur spelling)) What thorn did the wily was the only actual. means of loco
other
4. here in Kissimmee. In words far entertainment is
as as .concerned -
motion until one \I'ls'ulmo"t" in Ar
<-ehoo''. One of the transfers of realty Ulysses! plant in the conscience J
1 retoided, there declares the prop of Achilles C'..
:, ertv being sold belonged to JuhjKualiomom I- dunno; but I'm pesky I sure the know. why t the papers down thv'eiii : We are seeing what Jacksonville, Atlanta and Birmingham: are see-

i, of PnhiluciniM, I'rovjne"f "tliorn". waH",ent me So there! 1 .il \\a\H talking about then good .;: mi;, and are having this privilege not a year or two after the p: 3eiuctions -
G TIRES[ 1 iihiluomn of Kuiekk, v I *! I roads:!
County :: '
1 inland, and the d" .-dl'a" aU."tR.lI' Is This An Insinuation iii J S:. !:'t i have come out but just about as quick as they are having thus

''v ,i\al Arcrilell. who was' th" I Says the. Oilindo( Sent iu.l: I Pilv I'h" Poor Printer :x: privilege. In some instances we are seeing there pictures before the
ruiinuiin;mei' of the lorulitv where J. A. Harper, West <'hurI.htrcf.t (II'Iebuvg I made Amor,ea g-1"'Ut.- .!. larger southern cities are. You recall DPCHS and Orppfs shown a

.Juhn refilled] And to think that} the' < Croceinnn; is Victim Pma-olv Joinnal ) F short time ago? Well, this picture was shown at the Casino beforeit
.. 'Iced I co\ered only' ten acres'! l'ho I Chief Veste I Pusses" Yl', hilling, has made AincMiingic :s: was shown anywhere else.
Our office of ifi!istei of deeds l in Pasco Store I I-e v Minutes' Mcfnietlu 'at1 -
That's SpecialtyOf .>unty IK plinfuly.tl1'I'I'I'I.! ..,,", Kubbi '. TI 1 I,., nobody can dcnIhcie's \ ; :'r, The program for next week is one that could not be improvedon.

nl'"r\" Looks sorter bad for Chi..r'c'I..1." 1. cim-l.int fishing in ceisst on. Fvt"-y day we have a picture that could not be beaten. "He!>otrope" -
Course, We Do All Varieties of I aft! *) *) ci'iecn't it ? And rule1 'se always ite +:: starts the week off Monday. This picture was the one that: N

Repairing Work And We Do It "hatamaleer Pop opined that heh.id, a mightgood' ; ( The There'hail ii.ilt\ agent in e\ei\, lislung eye' foI :E opened) the new million dollar Howard theatre in Atlanta and sold far
I On the first of last (kt"Io'r 1 wa reputHtion Gosh; goes
Right. We Sell Tires On Close in Winter Pnik II ik beautiful 1/1/ >:: I stiles; f.R5c per seat. Here you will see the same picture for 25c. Some of
MarginsALFORD place' I aw the making" of a splendid ; Where The Hub ('omen I 1.10"1"8'. i will fish foi a date; .f the others are "It Pays To Advertise," "Forbidden Fruit," "The
six or seven "torhotel, and was Says .in advertiser in the Sam ::Millionof: gills for husbands will rX Snob," "Double Speed," "The Round-Up," and lots of good comedies
fishUsing
told 'tlu' .roin'l to work i i'! Petersburg Times, : "Own II groveand -
> were ): on
( I light iiuiiv" \ few wen.K" later I have it eared for liy pioxv" That a smile for their bait, =;: "Forbidden Fruit" is considered by the cities of the country to

saw there hail, been bought a hnlfcioen may 1 I..' a" right ; in feet, it would Iawvers 1 will fish" for ii case. in "OU1.t--1 be the Masterpiece of its Kind. It has packed more theatres than
)t.p nil if would 1 1. ol an execution stayed] ; '
steel barrows or handtart right, Proxy stay on any other picture produced in recent years.
the the ioh I'\e) seen too mllnof I those' Bank'rill fish for some new a<- 1- '
told that thine 'IIn'
THE VULCANIZER j.ind was "
; counts Oh, well! I could talk to for hours and hours about the
you
lon<'e to lie ixislud to c'ompl'I.on.Vall. t tinners that we>e to he looked after, 1 ::
107 BroadwayWOOD down! to Winter Park Sunday mid if for improved, or cared forIII, by I Before a stab I -11l1'nt i is niailo 1 ; :.L coming programs and never cease, but to really understand and ap-
|titer had I I'c'n one; dav's' work; done Proxy Pro fails to stay on the Politic lans fish for greater applause, preciate the productions you just have to see and live through them. 4
-- .-- on the hotel in the last MX months job-once he gets the niazuma-altogether I /Hoping to cinch the \otc-- They are too wonderful for words
I'll, will. I'll buy !1hcdurmd. thing 1 too much; and frequentlythe Yet sometimes' someone "spills) the
t mvHiIf Still it make a mighty things would he much better beans Besides showing you the latest pictures we are doing<< all that is

attraitui ruin and, d mch 'rknow, managed if thehills were paid !by Hv simply rocking the boat : possible to make you comfortable while here. We want you to feel
some of the countries o\c'.iat. make proxy until the whole job was finish Preachers! will fish for better support that this Theatre belongs to you and anything that you want dine
a might big boast over their IUITISsum .:d. If 1 was planning to have a ,
l'a- grove cared for b> P'OXI'd, hog.tic For a stronger .congregation; to make you natrons>> better satisfied tell us about it.

*; HX the eu,,<< right on the place; or else ; :Manufacturers: fish for vxtra trade We have started the electric fans to turning for the summer,

.' For stone or fireplace delivered on 1'nfnrniMheH "Furnished Hounes"I 1'1 I put Mister Proxy under n cashbond Reaching. over the nation; end you will find that this theatre is just about as cool a spot as if E
\ short notice Also heavy hauling I have heed in I Floru.la-.a< tnally l (It'd hold the bond) that he. Confidence men goes' fishing for those in Kissimmee. After a day's work what could be more inviting than
Who
short
brains-
sadl\ on
would do he and are :
fin.d'U know for hoot 11 doencirn as agreed get lesults -
l"'.Ii'tjr of ail kinds with auto truck. \ hut' ,in ill-! Ihat tune I have Ya""um. They're1 after the rich who hardly -f the privilege of seeing a picture like "MIDSUMMER MADNESS" in --

I* Leave orders at Osceola Hardware -iM-n but on<' fut.lushed, 1 1 house to rent I I >1: 'I lI l- know I X a cool seat underneath the electric fan?
Company or \ ''I I 1'or maulson.". sear I <"."upii, ; .il a 'ronomizmu On Stock Enough to go in when it rams 1 1Tlw {-
g n .. h"I1 l H"'h'ia I i "I'm wondering how' miinx coicls of owners. of plants-the middle : The Casino Theatre
W. H. JONESPHONE ',11l.t. i I I1.ilm (B:raet'.n, hit \\ iiinihicl \I""'i, pi-r diem the mitih tiu--t sn\c"- nu nAnd : ,
'' ; lint,, !hal i- tin 0..10.! one by. utt MI; off I"w.foul"th iri'li fioniuh retailer-lid h and l lilufT; .
81-3 IitsrO'I, 1 in Ion ::1\' at an.m.: .. ,. :", I 6ne'h, "f I the IUIII.h"" II "sel1i And, tin. mils in in who docsnt fish :.s.s: BURGESS WEST, Manager. y yM

"'ei i t D I i"JOty-nx, i nr'"- w "ruli r ',, ''i\.' 1 it 1 1I I 11 the ':" 11' haze= ? 'I'hCrr are 'tift'Clt ) muchIs ; ;
," -r:1Li! :- : Inc I linn' Imrgiliw-' or .ipiii; ; r'a4'- in pu"l I: boxrand I..... hotlrnn I the fellow who pants the .:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:-:.,;..:..;..: :-:-:-:--:..:.(..:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:-:..:..;..:..:-:-:..:-:-:-:.-:- -:-.)
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'S. ; 1 tCt' I il..n't, : '..\ 1',1'0' one 11111" stuff'' ,
tin'lit' < i "Ml"' I fnnl I a 1'0" !! cuntpanv aif
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: ; .a..h
"\ I tlu Kn t a" bun "" c "ni.v 1 on iux--or ten feet fu' t Ih' ''
I rrr. IM I inaiMt.i/ that 1 while, 1hise 1 I nlirr ;PIt knee I 'pre"imi'' "''II' 11uli -
i] I, /need. ,I I I..>l' MI'' !6 i L'h! f ,r lilt' ne'r"\' l'11" ;i.\\.cu'k, YO'I \knots1h./ ,
I I'1( ,.-.' ".... ',.i'iliiiik 111'1'.111\' rrefrte' \crv day one h"n- I i
; if tie' house hit, 'ions i an..ndow ,. I l'I1.J,I 'I'tvad of I these nit t'kag'' '; M a.

EIL2B[ .... > and a porch; and:! a bathroom 1 would mean one million feet .1
:Lvnd: is electrlc-wired! that it Is "fur- "\!' the manufacturers each year of
I 'li'h"I.." ('dh'. v'tilyIt ,see,tell! !"(' hundred working d IJ: 's-a gliv- 1

i unto "rue, ihtherslly: <(; ,;w:,; :"#l1jtint4; ,f"\f"1'"nt ttn'-'Pi'' ( all large) as A match trod 1I I
,It's n furnished ;I'h Ust'.!",'.tor: \Nknjl,3hny;' < 4 Andes! long-almost loner enough
here. : reach from !leYork to Trwco
j, .'.'', '".. .1;., and bark again Someone who know a
That's Our Specialty sX" s Surprised Him "more sham. liggiiing/ than I do can
I I- tie Vistula, =NewHaln I'" Konime i i.,.(.on |ust how many raids I hi"ult
nt trod, : \\ In: but I know that then i-1
Of Course, We Do All Varieties of Living I "n H {tuna in th I MM saving by this' exhibition, of Hear it for ourself'I
s'liK") and onK' n m,nded 1 ,.f i"( fponix'. Ann the match ..tnsvveisjthe '
Automobile Work And We Do It I the wo 1 Id 1 and its worries by same purpose it did when it wasI
cars' which pass nt I thi> rate I' iiiircr I thankou,
I fret *! *
of tw"ly'f'ry day 400
Right
away from the front of my' "The Pen Is Mightier' Ftc =the phonograph which
4, I] dwelling I IVR- surprised t- Speaking of President Harding:
learn that Worthington/ formerly Down through the vistas of ages
Eddie HansellNo. of the Tampa Times, Ever since this country
and Thorn-who is' always' Introduced the Plymouth Rock amazed all Kissimmee ..-

among the roses at either We have been picking presidentsAnd -
18 Emmett Street West Palm Beach or elue- sometimes "picking- on" them-

where lately--of the Palm And. then again, plucking 'em; .
of those who believe that
one no phonograph
had taken you
Beach Post over And we have succeededIn JRE
papers over which they-ala getting a varied assortment. can match the voice of the living human? An aston-
Rool'f'velt-will "wield the We have sometimes had teachers
big stick." Worthington is And publicists and surveyors ishing discovery awaits you-like the thousand music lovers

Prentis & ThomasAUTO edit9r of the Lake Wales And players and politiciansAnd -
HighHnder and Thorn is editor we've had seventeen lawyers; who attended the Gladys Rice recital.

of The Kissimmee Gazette But until the i
present era
Congratulations and We've never selected a printer. Thomas A. Edison gave his famous fled. Their ears were unable to J

my best wishes for success Consequently I'm sorter elated Tone-Test in the Casino thea- distinguish. t h RE-CREATED .. {
REPAIR[ SHOP and prosperity to both. Theyare That we now have a man voice from the Hvinf. You have 4ing
good newspapermen Who most thorqughly understands --...-/ ter.' Kissimmee. on Tuesday even
All) of which is apprecIated. Butif How to write never' heard any phonograph that
up a rumpus November 9. 1920. He had
and StorageBRING the automobiles pass that writer's Between his cabinet officials, approaches the New Edison. It
I door only at the "rate of twenty\ a Or can properly punctuate Miss Rice. sing in direct t compari RE-CREATES not only the musical
day" I think he should be extremely His numerous communicationsSo
: happy. I term that a mighty good they'll be perfectly legible. son with the RE-CREATION of notes but every elusive quality !

IN YOUR CARS "score." Yassum. I Some folks, feeling finmcky, her voice by the New Edison.C of tone and color which identify ,
*. #" *. Say his scraps of paper
Music lovers were completely bafthe original artist.
Howda They Gel Way I II Will be but editorial briefs;
A writer in Boston paper styles] I But I'm telling the whole world
I woman "the silly sex" Yes, it wasa That when Warren gets( peevedAt .
I woman that wrote that; you some foreign encroachment : &NEW EDISON
We Prepared to do all kinds of ,
are wouldn't expect a man would write ifs will know how to jump
1 such a thing, do you ? But it seems From an eitrht-pomt lightfaceTo
BATTERY WORK that way all along the line. A wom- a forty-eight point italic "The Phonograph with a Soul"
an will run a boardinghouse, and In a perfectly proper manner-
/ J,I she'll say in her ads: "Men preferred And understand just whereTo
." Women will run rooming:' slide in several paragraphsOf Come in and hear the identical instrument*
I houses and most always they'll say: sixty-point R'othic-all '!
USED IN ONE FAMILY don't want any woman about the I His vocabulary may be the cups sort which was used in the Tone-Test. Make

FOR YEARS ." A woman clerk will declare: That will run muchly on low- the great discovery for yourself t...
1"1'd rather wait on ten men than And his polysyllabicism minus-
Bollepolnt, W. Va -"It affords .t ,
"
heard
woman. I've never a man ; But what he will write
1 great picture to aav* th. privilege U make 'such remarks, have you ? A Will be thoroughly( understandable; I

I make public in. this behalf woman will frequently assert: "Well, hike most of us newspaperfolks CENTRAL DRUG STORE
statement
I wish that they'd have men in the He likes simple easy words.
of Dr. Pieree'medicine .
telephone centrals, those girls are so Yassum, I've often wondered
J recommend* I cannot them I, nastily -snappy." By hock, I've never Why some of us newspaper guy 104 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ,
s had a central snap me up-nor will Didn't make a getawayFor
4W pnbbo.toe aichly We to hay.the I they "snap, up" anyone who uses 'em the presidential chair; The instrument used in this! Tone-Test is the regular ,model /

j used them ia oar : halfway l square And now comes a But now the ice is fractured which sells for $295 It is an exact duplicate of the Laboratory -
Boston woman who admits she belongs There'll probably be a lot of us
I family for yean to the "silly sex." I'll) bet she'sso Cultivating the presidential bee Model which Mr Edison perfected after spending Three '"

aad have reaped. durned cold that a handshake Until we get the hives. Million Dollars in experiments. "
b ( Coed remit W. from her would make a red flannel I'm seriously hoping I .
'" lr have always found undershirt feel like an all-over lace Warren will set a clean proof-
I the'OoldenUecUealTHaeov seemore shirtwaist. There are, I'll For the whole wide world 1:

", .ry' superior : admit, some silly flappers who hav Will be holdin ; ; :
l say eUxr toil s* it ia a woadnf en't reached the sense-age-.some of And if there shall be Day Phone : Night I Phone :
builder. I nil relle< ((1iiiif'lL'1
0......I H to an Ii** Idenr-'r-J; J.cAYPRB. I II them it hi a case of "ash-andmu.h The Great American Public" 41 \
at first sight; but as for tarmlng Will mark Warren "wf, 21 '
I i women the "silly, sex"-well, there And throw him in the hellbox. j":
" Send 10 eonU to Dr. PUroe's Invalids'Aotel I
seems to be ,Jbt of silly humor Yassum.I .
In Ball'aloN.Yrforvtal packaica. ; about it. Yassum. thank you, 1 i ,
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THE I1SS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE,, FRiiikY. MARCH IS. '9Up : ,

..._.nuR.__ . . a. ua Hon !
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!. and the speaker, W', Is- easier for' the purchaser to.j .. 4' .

;GAZETTE ,presented, lecturer I keep track of ,the sa,'.*!)/:. that it is 2:
is an expert
VALLEY F. Brennan.who
KlSSlMMiiii for the store to kee truck of- the ;.s
Cash Register
... .- .. '-- - of the National but it certaii.ly! disposes of i
-- -- DaylongOhio, 'prave an losses;
jn of :
Published. Every Friday ,Company interesting! ? 'and .ducational-talk on the goods-and the g tOil goods, STUDIO i

Kissimi-aee,. Florida retail. merchandising methods. By It will pay-the rea(.en ot this MAYES.
Valley Gazette Company,
: By KiMtmne means of stereopl on slides and motion per to glance at the few' tOO'1 [

) W. B. .Harris, President /' E.' .. C. Vans Ajmew, Secretary pictures the lecturer told the enumerated-and then of go the to

t W. L. ThorndyUe, EditorS troubles 'of the retail merchant, nnd : store on the morning .
,'ludc8 of
the
and see
showed in a graphic manner, how day 't 'i
M'he "one-rent
found.
to -be' R1XALLDRJGSTORk
gain J
Subscription RateS: __ to remedy them iiale" is to1 bejocated ) ere in -KiKsimmee I UPSTAIRS OVER .. '
____ 1--------- -$2.00 I 1-ast alone' 5730 merchantsfailed : '
One Year__________ ---- --- ------ year cities. i
One Copy. ___ .__________-_-____-_-__--___--__-_-_---- 1.00 ." Analyzing the causes ,of -ju t as it' is in lurgbr! "

One Copy Three Six Months Month.,,.__.______-_-__..________________?-.-,.......- JW these failures he demonstrated thefact UNION PRAYER MEETINGS :;'
One Copy I that the great majority occurred I

II I-} (Entered at' the Fostofnce 'at Kl.. lmro e. Florid, a.' second-etas. matter. ) 'i,!' because. of inefficient businessmethods. '. . I TO BE HELD NEXT WEEK Now Ready' For Business ...

'All communication/ except from our aMthnrlxod eou'"ondeht". must 'be'l'I hiring I his talk, :Mr/ Brennan laid I Union Easter prayer f services will I

starved by be the returni-d writer.unlemi callfor.. ''emphasis' on the value of newspaper bar held during the com!: .jr 'week.: auj t want Portraits of Quality .
will not If .
I R"Jo.h..I mutter been arranged you ,
schedule baa
-- -- I'I advertising< to tho retSil merchant the following .. In addition -
: tl convinced.
Ad-/ertl!" Renre.mtaveTIIEAMLRICANPRLSSASSOCIA1IOV I Me said in part: "Except for the -the-first-.four moetinirt ': try us und be
Forfltiim
i ... I if small !store in an outlying districtof l he held at four o'clock n the after )1 Portrait Studio wehave : '.
I more people can bereached noon. to our
large city
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a .
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I, oftener anil at less expenseby :Monday at the ChTi !an c'lfrcli.Leader : and wellequippedKodak .. t\
: > i ii I newspaper advertising than by : Mrs. Lander ''ll-onie 1:1: u large,

any other means. But don't spend ")low to gel our women<< more interested .:: .
iI I I a few dollars advertising and then : in missionary wor. ." 't -. PlantH

say advertising doesn't pay. Make Tuesday at the I'lvslivlirianchurch. Finishing
irft tiSlATf I I ndvr>ti.4inir II continuous. policy of'' lender:: Mr .\u1I! mun. I' .: I

f II your store, and you will not be dis-. Tlwmt'-"Prll'er. '1
R I I ; at tile Chr'sliTi ) l
appor>ted with results. Preparations ;, Wednesday i.
!I LenderIrs.! Lan. "r. Theme: with the
of copy for advertising, urgingthe church : We the prints out
inciihant to get the copy to the ,, ":lly rl.'IiKOIfor attendi<< ir Iij'nIlry I put itt

I printer, on time! so as to get good meetings and my rea nfor" not :!t "Pep" and the cheapest prices tI'
and how to secure best attending missionary met in ('t. i 'j real
composition] waiit ...
PRCSSPy re-suits, were, also discussed. I Thursday at the I' itfbytern. >> the South. Now, if you \
: -:- church. Leader: Mrs. Coleman. I -; Kodak films :
I PLANs"fcrCARRY i ii i from your 3
;AVIATOR Theme: "COnS(<'rution. :: pictures
1 I..> hold I :] N
I ( A CAMPBELL The closing meeting will t

\ yif FRIDAY- -MARCH- 18, 19Z1 i Senator Thomas. J./_ Campbell vyluwas at evening the Episcopal at seven-thirty church, and on Rev.V.Friday. :;;t. Let Mtiyes Do Your Fiiiisljiiig i::

- I born a few miles] from Kissim- 11. Coleman will be one ..f the speak-. .; I
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11OF STRAW" _- nmptwH's -Stntlon.hut; wlw\ em; - ---: .xt
"A ar
ERECTING mw
counties A general invitation, extended.i I|I ; i
six ;
--- 'will soon represent on I -=- Usc Eastman Films and MayesFinishing ::
''Ih.( cast coast in t the next legislature :;
very" pointed and interfiling commUnication from his home WILDERS WILL MOVE obtnin the Best. |
. ANOTHLR:'; column caries a : will make the trip fluid
othe/ esteemed citizens of rvUMmmee. While it doe' nol ,city.V(*'t I'almlIl'h.\ to Tallahassee TO BROADWAY STUDIOSometime i "
from f
one UitiplnyCutie
r pelhap, a bet of \enom. it is ell-\\orlli " by planv] and the pilot is making Results. Look for my ::
lack in determination and cantos I nt'xt;; ;ok 1 expect t. ;
f his' conviction Treat preparations for the trip. Itvll we Box in :t
doe nol he llale lo express i ( Kodak Deposit
the and
for writer I5ro-i lay l-
the carelul perusal \ please the people if the senator move into out nets '' mlm <>n

a. with I will make a stopover in this city "- at No. -Hi>, where we will have front of the Rcxall Drugstore. $
} the intention of Hie Gazette to eAter into controversy ''o'\I'n though Kissimmoe, is outside one of the best, s (uluis in thet.uto I i' "
It
i is not will such a course be followed. It know Ins' dist'ictfor he has. many acquaintance Here we will .hav l'',.. bet > f -:

any of its correspondent--- nor it said were formed during I ", here "hoould he glad photographic (.<)upnietit, ;IK we iiiend < :r
nothing regarding the "combinations"which is him welcome and theMiggestion to mnk,'. MII ? thai our studio "
extend
who lo: a ; t
that. Those are
the recent campaign and. really cares much !es than is made that he may plan , 111 deliver the best t there is in phe : L. C. MAYESJPhotographer .

"k "hit" by the prong if any may do the writhing. understood ''li* itinerary accordingly., t" raphy. ,, .
minconilrued condition however it houd! be I \1I1.lSTUIIO.; .
To correct a
if it were SALVATION ARMY BEGINS" -
could not. even I
administration
that commission-manager form "FORBIDDEN FRUIT' COMES I :r
a ihe publicly-owned utilities in the hands of any corporation DRIVE NEXT MONDAYThe \ WEDNESDAY i! t:
a .o inclined place result could ', TO \S1NO ON :
s aAle tI the people should so decide by vole. And the same decided I for funds. for the Sal'I'I t! .'.
4f f the people 'o which hascreated ,, '
f take place under the present form ol management \itu>n ..trulywill i-omnu-nce in This !tU' l h production '. I
and voted. A city council aided and abetted by all the officers of the Mmmt'f \Ionday m..rnin"nd will tn ''i a furore, m all ( .tlt'-* i iwhere I :.-----.x"x.----------------------: : : :.;. .

so could sell and transfer the waterworks the electric plant ], he in change of Claude* lIarper.11'''- it I luis heen, pie-ented- __ __ i
municipality not VOTE OF THE PEOPLE. : rhanman.! The ub"'nl'l' of Marion som j lnc-t plav inir fr several ._ .
>} the city park the riparian. rights EXCEPT BY THE whatever sort of administration IR.i II Caron.ho v\ns chnirruanforce' : weeks to crowded.. ri''11-'-'' --.will !I.<. \! ..:-:_iti-:ti+,c-:_'r:-:-:.{..:-: :-:-:.4:..:-:-:-:-:.{:-:..}:f{:' tivtif bar: {:.s'.tw: titi:.atiw:}.x--- t I II
under
1 ,i And that vole could be brought about IMr.I Harper into the position of head shown athe I feature Ilt the ("iisinnext > .'

+ ) might be holding its regime I I of the movement and he. with A. S 'Veihu ilv"..- It IM" of a nir, -t in-) -'" Hotel.

.1 form of government would be. without :Nelson: treasurer, and Edgar Katz t<'rest me nature: -lint! had ls the auiiunci I Manhattan . ::
But a commission-manager 'sale of this nature because of the and J. M. Johnston, constitute thecommittee > fl'onIAI'l to finish |l I'I '
'J doubt a valued preentive against any brought about i in this city. It is exneotjed C'il I It. ire i Mille's{ latest Pllra-I' Jrr.
I
r fact that there woufd be more apt lo be ways and means that Ki""immpe will raise. the mo Hit iii' une" 1..11.1.1,1\! F"'l1t."i is x b

and carried out under such a regime looking toward a remvigoration of \{quota this there might be quoted the case now existent | to --although there has< been .ddtii ti.i'it vv th which the name of II' | : VT -l lf
illustrate led
I works. To
J the haeter hci nn'il'n'd D.LVBV Jr.J ::
1 mumcipaly-ovvned electric plant I in that city has been no organization perfected as yet ; .it eiaterin ioducer 'I J ,
at Fort Pierce. The lack ol hut it "ill require some hard work ::- ; Theat rs unusually! ese. :: ,
council. By a [
down"under the old plan of a city I II i
allowed to "run i:|>on the part of the committee. Item.the ::
business; methods there has been set aside no sinking fund for depreciation I -- II ,"'H'.f 1-t-e picture M a ::: GUI ,< lo yixt. Ki- ..iiriictKuc: ,t" *.*.
i :renewals: for( needed additions; and because of tins there n a talk oliji !' TALLAHASSEE LUMBER .1' t tit. i I''pit: "f "for} woi-c" in the inodi 'i' aim
for .
monied under lnct COMPANY PLANT BURNS m.tMii: Tc t'.'-'.lIIeny. What: :n"a I
iji turning o\er the plant to some large corporation the condl-\\ s'ire'a: i- to) a ''minimi of lo have STOCK LO5TFv
:0 number AND ENTIRE
t tions of course and after a certain year' .'. .1-, h.-" 'J"\vn' to I''* iMI Ion. < :'t: ,w
t lie! city. I n.r,' ivr-il,) Ite"' Writ, ,\ :: .1.
to o
vert again well that ouch condition, exist I : it bring reflectonag.ini'! : 1 a 'l.-" ',-troa, lire the on 11... ,.' _.. ,1 I :l \\"M'T1" l r.ir.i: >V\ \\hill I] .Q.t
'J'.J.
/{ It 11 I not 1.1.nit r'_ do citie, olhei than in ,the ..r., ..1 l tl'"h' 1"" 'l'I\ "I'p" . l I
they in many l 1' t'uiiinr: inru ;
0 f.rmer administrationbut:: exist ('omp..nha I... i n Ici-t thererag -i\ tiroautd UHi '' Oul. / n mi : :

l case quoted above. 'lo remedy such situation ume citiei have ieult adopted! Immediately a luen but about ;(I '10000 ins"' ,rn ,- ,'j'l1"I mily i 'I I 'I".tclunb uit:, ? to ] .- .;. u-'-d.'e would! 'ii>Plei '"'C: ''. 'I: pa1, IK.'* \\ln.. \\ h uci' >a'" 1011- fm, .}-. '

,'v\ commH lon-mallaler form of government with\ most pleasing: '- tinS: I'l.oiid ninfl.iciiition. CYtairir. ( Tin inre the rue-lu l*- \li i |Ir.l i y meal-, would: plionc u''e t.Uci, to. clitlj-: ;: ,>iul{ i p.nl.eDAKiN -. '.;
i l' the bn baii i- pie-ident' of the i-o ii'iv- -"m-li', l l'ti I .'J'.
plant a paving | <
have theie been step taken to put ?1 l 11-' ,--is and :ln-" "-I- in ;
-nd \\ 1'110221: 22I t::
!
: the change. I I'. M. 1'I' ii e-piesiilent! ;; tI.'l irfjuns \
4hr! mirli
A"d' AVENUE
the "people" oho appreciate ,,! I-'i-a' :: : . ,

(i \ The-and writer the "people"who in the Forum own cannot it are cite an instance where a plant owned in a. ,'have A. Uetri-tiiH'> decided, .ern to at tarn once and oom.iH'Rce t :-i-'er t rebuilding -, .ir .the romance golden/'Forbiildcn thread l of .a .ru\i-ni-Fruit" ....:_- ....................:..:..:..: ,.(--:-...-: :-:_:-:.._.._........:-M-"M-:-X".."-._....:"X........-x--x-:"M-..":-'......":'':... c1 .. ,
turned Over >
been }f

\ city having a commission-manager form of government has- be gi\'en-p05si. the plant-and Th'-plan, to make, '* ;,pIt 'dtf Uneto| occupy a high . . . . . . .... .................... .......L'.................... .. .. ...................-..... ,
I to any private concern; td the contrary several 'cases..may It better than before. tra'eiinj'o1\\'fitny:; ( i fe J lac JIHii:";t'dfamalle; \ romance AgnesAypr -."._............_......-..-......-.....-..........,.... ..................... .. . . . . .-. . . . .-. '-. 'Y' \Ii IiCoodnn& ;
of has a large export t
form government woman's role.A
under such hntj'he i lending
'. \ bly a great many of them-where the city several mills in various nortion of't< $ ; ) i
i' owned by' ins !
... f has acquired utilities of various. nature that were. previously. the state are kept cont' nia'ly= husy. ; "LiVe And; Witt" Policy I i Woodall! !

dividuals corporations.
Gaette or will discuss this communication no more" In this space we THURSDAY AFTERNTONS llnw to get life in-uitinre' at the f
v ..I': The the the I PLANNED F ;R HOI 1DAYVe. aiul tinder '
elucidation of a mailer in which writer in !ass-t. tuai rust, : a policy '
,:, have merely given an I doe-v not have to" !
i of lack of detail feared that \\ ii .1, a man
('.., a Forum seemed not fully informed; and because for I \ the uruh-rsipni I lni-iti'-s i ."> lie; to win. William E. Hand lOii'; The New Grocery
-, her
Kissimmee Would' "within two years" trade off some of possessions of Kissimmee, hereb nu r.' ti> ihi-' WeM: iirnolia street Lakeland,

t: mess of pottage. A deeper investigation would have lifted from his I our places of husir- -.- nn Th irdav ItK'jinnm' FOI] ida. 14-tf Next to Chamber of Commerce
mere
a
\ would the" ti "t Thursday _
of these later days afternoon
of the customs Ii I
and study
.; soul I a load of worry; a desire the part of the. of :May. A. D. 1921 1! and, continuing DIETITIAN HOLDS CROWD '
t .. have convinced him that there is a common upon carried \ ", till October 1. A. I). \9iWe\ Iotl'I'
be BOOKSIn
people to possess as many public utilities as possible'which may also agree to c'ote' our planes: of AND SELLS MANY OUR MOTTO:

t,, .: advantage by the administration of town or city or county or state. husiness at six 'clock everyday except Sat'IdRv i I
to threat'ningweather I'
I on I Saturday fiom, April 'l to October spite of
night there came together thousand ; PRICES THE FAIREST
1. (Sign >d n)) : I
WHY THIS OFFICIAL DISCRIMINATION? G. F. Kribbv. J. H. Redditt, Lylei I I men and women just as close asthey I THE BEST ...
l in that QUALITIES I
given I
I V. Story Wa ers' & Orson .'Jrocery i could get;proof was I i I
the wondrous pulling powerof
;,. Company W. E. Sanderson )hour of
all retiring cabinet officers and mem- Osceola an ad correctly written that appears
Fiir
ASSURANCES have been given ny S. D. ii
Professor
compa-I Gazette. And -j
of that they may remove R. S. Floyd A. S. in The
and lower houses congress Company
ben of both the upper Gilbert Thayer proved he was ,,
fear of Goo-
their homes with no F. C. 'Bryan Company.
Washington to holder- '
their stocks of liquors from Woodall. K. Reminpton (Thursday I some little( stayer-and a

molestation from revenue officers-the question of transportation Burleson.having afternoon). Taylor Stores, M. Katz I for his hearers seemed not inclined I

1 s been brought up by Secretary Baker and Postmaster-general Sons (Thursday afternoons), W. B. ; to go: ; and he boosted conditionwould I
that neither the Volstead act or the Reed law would Makinso-i Company, C. H. Gran- for he- .said man's worst
The ruling was made if he stuck to
i tham ( 'rom' :May I to October 1)), be beneficial l'
officials.
i be applied to any of the made especially fort A. F. HeminR I & Son J. A. Lancaster WateT-HO. I
laws I
t Immediately arises the query: When were Pixie: Electric Company.ltc. I'm willing to admit it though
in life? When was adopted the fashion of \allowing a man -- haven't words to fit it, that for selling -
private
those
who happened to be elected to congress, or who chanced to slip into the INTRODUCING ONE-CENT"SALES books an the agent folks needs were a wealthy crowd; While catering to oar regular trade in all
? Is KISSIMMEE and though
the laws which are applied to the common people IN
} cabinet to evade real healthy-at
bring few cases of the real stuff from Melbourne -_ there wain't.. one the lecturer: al- that is good to eat we are busy planning i t
for Bill Brown to a what
it worse next week there least. that s R
any three
For days
s than it is for AI Burleson to lug liquor to Texas? sit lowed. There wasn't any question if
Rexall
to Kissimmee will be ftnitlinit sale at the possible for
a a i tbe greatest surprise our pa-
of rheumatism -
(: colored a few quarts 1 I the was indigestion or
greater crime for Tom Snowball" ( ) to carry lore-because of the fact that R. G. case ,

< white any lightning from some secluded spot in the woods to his home on Paradise :Minick' is making preparations for a eczema or even vertigo bad breath or trons. Notice our announcement next week
bunions, or
than it is for Newt Baker "One-Cent Sale" which will prove a fever-sores or
of
would
medical course all
Alley merely for purposes his home bonanza for the buying public. These from eating onions-tbey
nice little invoice of Imperial Scotch from Washington to of the yield! their painfulness to Water-
to slip a i Kales are maintained by many I. .
in Ohio: ? Rexall stores twice each year-and I 11 so. with I
it Discrimination regarding the enforcement of laws. no matter what may i I It' they are made in a way that wipesout i When the crowd was the filled mazuma

: is resultant of good government. The' all profit for the time being, although humor the way that I
:, Ly the nature of the measure not 'rolled in to buy the hooks was just ,
asa
If advantageous
do wrong" has become obsolete. I they prove full fourhundred ,
"The no tell me
:r ancient axiom of king can a fright; and they '
Mr. A can display his wares upon the sidewalk to the bother of the pedestrian I I For publicitypromotor.three days next week as maybe from a dollar quickly sundered t
1 couldn'tbuy
\ be arrested for doing the same thing.! If Mr. C thisissue -for some feared they
and Mr. B should not seen bv 1 the announcement m here
G ; Writers X
his automobile during the year with no license tag there is no good << of The Gazette there will be a I a book that night.
1"' can run need! not be wary for the folks are f
the If I f Mr. large assortment of needed goods
be forced a stipend to .state. have
of why Mr. D should to pay know it for they
reason I low. The literary-we
; Mr. sold at prices Startingly
t Burleson can carry cases of cheerfulness to Texas without fear of arrest .buyer purchase one article at theregular the books to show; and we know Your Trade Will Be Appreciated V
full
Jo-! Johnsing should be allowed to pack a few pints of packenham to his happy price; Uao second article that for the present there'll be they'rereadinK 10i

t ;\'i home without being pulled and punished. similar: in every way to the first is I four hundred much and plentantfor drinking much of I .
look. then bought for one cent; the whole ,
The entire ruling has a peculiar Water-H20.
- - -- -- - making a net !

iTM ,.t f:: ADDITIONAL NAMES FOR ROLL !I Morris Edward Lee White Yowell Lloyd, Rol-ert fmlth: Ward Leroy : 'wS- .4ir::-: t 4+..S: :w ifiv:.{..}xX_zy<,1 +lvy:?_4i vi+NnirC i i}4Z..p}Os:tiwM i Goodman Woodall

KISSIMMEE HONOR Olive Bowen. '
HirUel
1v I Simpmon. Ted -SEE "DICK :EJE: Proprietor ,-
= : : '
",s., The following\ names of pupils in BRENNAN'S VISIT WORTH I NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMME'RCE

;;' two sections handed of in at the an public hour too schools late THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS, I i BROADWAY KISSIMMEE ..
? ;rr .: were r The Real Live Two-Legged Pig
it" to be inserted in the complete list: and i
( Grade' 1-B: J. C. Pr.rtin, Rene Those who missed hearing *"0"e-<" "0 0-0"fr ,7 the entertainment at the -----
Cecil Bass George Key seeing '
Ledbetter, ,,
auditorium last evening hamlx Age ten months. Weight - - - -- - -- - -
school legs
Davis Edward Bowen Clayton high Born without hind or >nes.

sr Stanley: Seabert Louis Cecil McLaughlin Darling. William I royTJurham deprived ;themselves and thr business.of !n rare man, performance who- sixty pounds.. Has a crook in its tail and is as healthy as any pig. ,The Merchant who advertises is tl1&-}

I IK ( Dorothy, Myers, Ruby Tyson was present and will not take to heart Will fxhibit Saturday March 19 ft'
** Jones
t t Willie Mae ifarrell Elizabeth Dey- many of the statements made made "live wire" and the one deserving '
if certainly lax as regards his fu \
J i oreo.. DeRheta Alderman. tU1'eThe house was well-filled with : : BROADWAY North of Makinson's Store Admission lOc
Grade 1-C: Th,lma. Yates. Dorothy the patronage of the community.-
who were
.I Marple Marie business mea and women
Helen oo
Jacobs oooo'oI t
,
o.ooooooo
entertained the infonnatjon- .
Jones, Helen Uan ell, Pat, Miller highly by //I yP040P4440400Q40 'I .. I, I
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JI 'THE .USSIMHEE VALLEt ,GAZETTE :F mAY.,MAR.CH 18, 1921 J FIVIP.H


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i, Some Special Bargain. Offers. of Great Interest to the Buying Public .'





t : This is just the I season when there comes a desire in the heart of everyone to look a little better than usual.


. Nature sets the example-and we must, follow it. That's a. rule of life. At the' rates we are selling no one .


need say: "I can't afford it!" To illustrate our statement look at these quotations....:.-and the goods are good:

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Men's Topkis Union' Suits ------. _____________________ _$1.00 fine Showing of Well Made and High Grade Oxfotds Pretty Voiles for: that new Dress per yard.
I .. 'I Men's Topkis Shirts and Drawers per garment________ :.75 Flaxons each with a real charm per yard_____________: _: __ .75 I I

B. V. D. Union Suits\ ____________ r---------------u---- l.SO At Prices Most Reasonable Buster Brown Silk Hose, for Women per pair__$1.00, $1.25 1.75 '

.' S Mines Dress flats each is charming______u _ ___ _ __ __ ._ 1.75 Full-fashioned Hose all colors per pair' _ ____:____ _______ 2.50 : "J
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WE ARE SHOWING SOME VERY ATTRACTIVE SPRING SUITS FOR MEN : SOME OF THE BEST PALM BEACH SUITS MADE: AND; AN ASSORTMENT OF STRAW HATS AND WASH TIES

THAT WILL PLEASE BUYERS ';1

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22 BROADWAY LYLES V. STORY & COMPANY \22 BROADWAY 1 1Oo



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J I I Puriushed Flat for rent. W. B Fine modern home beautifullyifurn.shed !Sevoial'; I good Mink farms, home I 1\Ir'l. SI, A. J\fllnn- vas: hostess at I In llent", of flour; the best! coTTee, New
Harris Gazette office. 14tfCeoipre 1 I ; ; lots of fruit Two line gong: concerns: 1'uiluul.UM to interested ,, Saint Patnck'n dance last evening ham sl irc thecse. Our stork ofgroceries ,it
MS OF A WEEK I! :\1. Titt'JoI', of 1 the I'ulao: | lots. Terms. This is a delightful*] patties Nelson Realty ilIh Odd, Fellows hall I is fresh and good. Deliveries '
C.rociiwin looking after business home. Nelson Realty Company. Company. 1 lie Dan) 1-itth :MinstrelUu<'h made. Waters & Carson
matters in : Haines City on Wednes- I :Mr and :Mrs. II. H. lIuddc] ton, t". (). Nei.: I Ion bn a !)can showingsonicJ occupied the Cii.ino stage on Saturday I I Grocery Company. Phone 12. Ite '
U ( (;ulf fertilizer' the kind that. j wlo have betn spending the winter 'sp".('ui'lv! laiure rutabagain''' evening, pued\ to he clever in I .)1. I 11. liaugh of Winter Haven --.
frets: lesulta Ross Craves; agent. .dajl's < Gulf; ft'l.tilizl'r-tlw Kind! that 1ln KlfslhVTnee-at 501! Ma1.1>et1e.. ; lefton llu wTmlow, lTie T'nnmbei" of Com. mi. lundiiil" tiitTeuntas, -and nobetter will lie, in Kisxnnmc on Satuidnyto .:,:-
< Monday for their home in Sloan nieueome, of them more than ) company in the minstrel line 'show the pig( that has but two legs l
Will Tanner is now proprietor of- gets ij:.:...ults ROBS Jraven.. ai( ('nt. in the western part of Iowa They four fret t in height with the turniphotly him )been featured 1 here for many pionounced I the greatest cu",losity
the White Kitchen.Good I Mfs' Myrtle: I ightspv of Milliard's are .delighted' wit tins city -aim ; modern house to rent $2;> I land, left on Saturday for 'Tampi | expressed) their iltternnn.it to length Mi. :Newton'/ hud a ilispla\, till] tin1 fall there uapip and! !1o'1rltlll.l hose who have set n the .
Tyr month 1 hy the >ear Nelson Realty where she wIll'i""t' lati\es fur spend) the entire coming >onson linesuliipfibp of other| tini- Mfri'talm,; s ( h"ullll'lcK L pushno \nl motion .-main' new I animal I declare there! ill no fake about ,j
('"mpuny. 81 \'<'ral w<'eksainntioiw I _. : t'l' Illdllllte till ,' ,.(111"lilt of things' -"nilrrs, f iv that were old the 'prrposit,on, and that it i is well- t
:Mavor and :Mr". J. !S';. Cadel made (' stir a do/in Oiiln, I for The Volley (07P1te; h "<. I t Ito IoriIitr.,, in'''irh, '11 \\'alk\ alone 'wurth' the price of admtsion; ,j
n kusine'trip) to Plant ('itv vetter- from :Vihl 1)). Ale\and] phone I rI!
d i\ -Jetuining, late in the afternoon 247 C 7 7I 7l

:Mr' and! '/'Mrs; :'of. ,.. :flyers, who :Mrs J. S. Roberts, after having I
1
1 Ill, i- their w :nter home in Kisimnice Kjent'the Minter with her parents ;
left on Tuesday I : for their Rum Mr and :\lrs..1. K. Milliard of Mill, ,
mer home in northern, :MichiganJVaiited 'o! laid's, Isb.nd-Ic.ft on 'Puid.i\. tot ,j jI

: To borrow $:',;;OO on her home at Cape "uble, :\1..111.1\. 1
'' Fur 'ti 'nlnrs tountypltndid.
gilt t-edge! si urtty. pin <
inquire,' at the! office of The I Valley ) fin nislii'd "omi. : modern" .1
<;i.i/i tie. H,tf close in. $iiiOl,; if taken! soon Nelson I,. I ,
IIuil'%' ( onip.im)'
0.. Hits' (8mI111 .iOl"'rV.t1".e' .
Professor Chnilcs! F, rI in and
.. 'J from .
a in Kissmimit on Imsilav .. '
1.lai,1 family lift Kisvrii' ouV." dm ;
I I' Y 'mm' n llil'ia! t |I' n pu-a< "f drhver) ntr SOli"f\ I cia: y. ;Mi, I Firm III \h.. tern .: 11I1
talks! his, theorssome dieting!
for upon
l
I"i I- r""neu horugrown" hut h'r
I \\ h'.,'h'", he ''d. a h.-t c.f select lusto : will ]loi.iUdinLrs }lot. for 1".1.1.. } dI
( omr. l ) / ;
mtor-. ona ispa\ nit nt sa.i
lit U' show > ou. N tI.! TI H.iI\, I I I .d
, :-- I (Iwiii) n-.t'i'r of the Waters ; <'ompans.M '. II I 1
/I: I .n sori Grocery;, ('onipanu isI 1 J
: ss I Luc\ I.upftr ru uvel| T.I"l i\
l for
.
h r I I' n' Tampa on \V.fn"tlay ,
, after the f'\'f'II'nl'' from Saint Mars pool sitKiliijrh
ti! in.I.p.f| hooking :
l =N'orth ( arolm, t.i In wth
:
the I l.nsint's'vin
(If' s ti -
Tin' |Mining
iri'nal; ] ..i1ness. l.
'h.''r motlur !11' "as aiompintcd f bv ;M 'svlulii -
I and lii\in: both of lam1 '
,( "1 .,it aril known .in Ki..il11lY1" { I'l-M, nf dourhe: ) \beet "' )frt.i., N% w {
imp-Inn i bee-e. (our s' ", h "rr'on .
:ile-t I of flour; tin list 1 oiTi.' <'. =Nets fresh and! good I','.
us
I i |I-
tit I I.,1,.re i I I-"-e. C Oui) stink' of hvetrs! '11",1.Va'f'r'' tl ( 'a:i:.sunIrocPty t4
er... i" I i- fresh .ind irood. !hiss ( ; ('enpany.| I'h"I', !. ]It :. :..:..:":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:.-:":":-:> :i iI ,
i in,,.i,,1'r l A. ( 'neonGlore'v .
; ('iiinpaiu Phum I 1J: Itis .my; ;'i nfl, v.... J J*"I1 I I''u'd\Iir\rn, IV a.\.d.", PIP tl in> \K J;. .1.I 1.I :.s',

'.... ;\ s. i a. \l l 1111-. wh,,'' siin' of I I.. .. fm 'ni..i ft..I i :crud ",. 'r ,..1. J ltlclou I' who I" I I. .'11 nuer ; r ext Thursday Friday r r Saturday J
"ti I I " i ,'. 'ip 'n." :q) ;n : "i,. nt )I' n I unnu.Ii't's' :. I Ih !'' miMi 'ii.., r''II rot '"l t"nttu01.lo.ie.l -" \ ", ..1,,, :/
: 1'1' j" volt, II", I ti fun ho ; ,
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nf ,
I.I:
tl" \ '11t.' .lilt t (' liht l s 111'11" : s. v. I I. 1 .upfi' i MiIv 1 M 11In 't
1 ul'r. c IIVr'tc;, "n"I'i ii!,"\* nir spi' nt I tin l...ctrl i t'n.'o'd ;it, 1 the ,;.' IIhlO 'IJ" 11,1' ,Ilnal: (' 'I 'iIr1F' I"t.,, 'J
t ... 1.1' p.. ..-'Ilg!: -1 .1 i. ".nik, IM' K :.ni ,iI .1., i" < Itrcrr) aMi; ,-- I ILa L'J; to( irI'1'h: his .I t ay ill I, i.1 '101Diu, :,1nel ,
/11. )h .. \ IIII t t.b I \' rio'. t tIi.. i .loin-, ill \. i \1141I1y 1 I ,i. I Ill.,. t i': .1 "tl "I'f..II" I1 .'h!1 I" tin. '"lifa't", of the uidet' j MARC 1; 24..25-26 "
'.. f "t. I" his made dUllllj.( the h'..' .
.
j I. '_ "Pi 'in" .' .
t . to, , : all! I. '''in\\ ., : ,i'a'l ,'l .,. .011. 1:
.< !1.!- ; t .. ..- .I I :ti n. fora, 1..l --- .
.. lien's our chance. J.Parker.': All l c > must be signed;!: by; the author-and 1-j; -
-{ doip I oast from auto just,, acrnAa : t
uiihVay.( '' '"t/'wmp.*', ,l, / J,3: Kfc< 'ThR/ '! fiflititle; does" not' a !gume re- 'trt What a: One Cent Sale V 'It inl: ralo! here you will 1 buy an item at- the reguis -
'
,' fiiiVMrll'ilWtlij.i' : A content Nor :;. ler priceiien Bother item' of the same kind for '
One) cnnti jtltdke> 'Ii'tt,:l \ ;( \ rt''ltt"thjnfl'I'I'ed '
that of
H RLR KiiMmsii '! ;?' odorsMof: n' ; lu't-nusa : le. As an illustration The standard price of Rexall Tooth Paste is 25c. You buy tube at this
m (in miles"bf <;e ';jbut ''the ''insertion 'pf the :arti<.les in that : : a
the oiangre-blossoms: about him dance 1,1'ilumn the: policv touched! 'upon i is .;L: price, and by paying le more, or 26c, you get two tubes. Every article in this sale is a high-elaas

the shimmy) .. in oil"Ill"=Vn perfume: <, .o i 'ml"f Inn theirisihni. :the pal} i v of The (;IIZ<'1t,.. Jlo : standard piece of merchandise, just the same as we (ell you every day at regular prices and have sold I ...

!"UIII'I1"' r, 'al1; I 1.11 the l < t1< a' n,ful udm< 1 prune !the exicllencD] of I tli I -'itnownng you for many years. -'.
under auspueof ,'.,1 ih:'Mt"f tin ml 1'l1\at.' \ iifKisiininei.1 'J
.f the or '"II'> s a "unnivI :. : !> .
:MethodM) : .-xion.irj' Society one has but to nntiii 1 Ihi' ::. A New Way/ of Arlvf lH ir Cr\ This sale was developed l by the United Drur
I I''if. T1.1 ; Kivei has 11'110',1 I Ins oldlll! growth upon nearly all tele ._," VaVgrilSlIlg Company as an advertising plan. Rather than '
SATURDAY, MARCH 26 office fiimi, the 1'Je\,! building: and phone mini I electric wires in the city.i::: 1
of in other these ,
spend large sums money ways to convince Kou of the merit of goods, they are spending
is no\\ ; a cunve'iii'iil suit In these wires l
in the in I tlic State iitiup\in bank>! blot. These ofll ''uirallv; numerous covered case with the growth are of .i: it on this sale in permitting us to sell you a full-size {package of high standard merchandise for lap I

Kol.erson Kruj' Store ics anin the vetond floor, fronting!: these plants which live wholly upon .6.6I : It costs money to get new customers, the loss taken 0 /this sale will be well spent if the goods pleas. .j'

of, Cooked Foods, Candles Darlington avenue Telephone, 134tcAt 14H |the air which stirs them F: you.
v t Air and Mrs John A. 2\1'Cllrthy.\ 1
and a general
Display of Fancy Work the general the Gainesville;(extension division University, U., W.in of Tuesday Saint Cloud looking were after in some Kissimmeeon mat J: 200 Cups of Tea for 1 CentLIGGETT'S OPEKf/COFfEE GOODFORM HAIR NET :

of Kissimmee one of the ,ters of probate and incidentally /
Ames is
A
rade Blend
Also will be on Bale Easter : two in charge of the mailing-room, i I taking in the work of the county :. OPEKO TEA High This net is of the highest :1
p Baskets containing Easter Colored I while C. J. Lester also of Ki,simimee court during the preliminary bouts Formosa Oolong Orange Pe- This is iff Blend of High quality and carefully selected.
for Colored -
EfTKB: Advance orders be I is one of the aasi&tanla A I on one of the Tracey cases. Mr Mc- I : koe, Mixed, Black and Green I Grade CofTiMs Roasted andpacked KfKBilard Price ThU ..!.
Easter Eggs Risen I
may latent machinery.
-I:thorough course in writ Carthy has just returned" from Tampa by /hev -
newspaper '
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:Mrs J. J. McCranie phone 264. i .d.rd I'rh'" 1'bl. "' .1. A superb )drink and won- One 15c Tw.M 16c
: ing is one of the features of the ex- where he attended the convention .
or Mrs. A. W. Bailey phone 186. : % T.." derful value. l a.,.
tension division which Is receiving of the Florida! Electrical Dealers and I I .keSSc "ifir .
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1 I.arketa .
much attention. Contractors. Sl.n
___ _ __ h _ .). T. Hendricks whose home is in I (toe 45c TeoPound . HUt VIOLET DULCE \
l <>u tl
" ,444444444< OO HOO+OCOCOH.OOO }0444444 )0X04t Minnesota but who spends the greater HARMONY TOILET WATER '
portion of the winter at West '
; CREAM
t Palm Beach, where he is a large Beautiful packages of high- ASPIRIN TABLETSThese VANISHING I
property-owner as well as secretaryof grade toilet water each con-
r t the thriving Tourists' Club was are genuine Asperin Safe and very pleasant. Just f
: : taining the true odor of the "
the kind need. It cleanses, .
'r
you
in Kissimmee Mr. Hen- Tablets. Each 5
on Monday. containing
f flower whose. name it bears :
beautifies and truly makes the
I dricks was much impressed with this l'rains. Made by Americans '
Violet, Lilac and Wistaria. of
skin like velvet. It is one
with the America. Packed 1 dozenin
portion of Florida-pleased in
t (I good roads and delighted with the llta.d.rd Price 1'hl. Kale a box, 2 dozen in a box 100 the creams that help you. retain .

greet growth noticed.and development eicrywhere )'- :.. ;;..... $$1 .All ;r:.... $$1.01 .nd.rd in a bottle.Price Thin Half that PriceOar youthful look.HlBMdard 1'hi. Kale50c "-' ,,;


9 r The band concert which is scheduled 24.KM... '.!O.-."<. nnooh:1, __ ._ 2 lloltlrB.110".,. TOp 3..<- Two 51c
ice nr as a regular Thursday evening BOQUET RAMEE 12'.. 2f'". 2 Bole,. :11. Jur Jan
. entertainment was postponed last '
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,. and will in the I
e\'ning. be given COMPLEXION POWDER
REXALL TOILET SOAPA
park this evening with an interesting REXALL TOOTH PASTE .
program. The postponement was occasioned An exceptional high grade splendid grade of hard "
by the l lecture and film face powder. Adheres to the milled soap. Does not become A perfect dentifrice antiseptic -
: 3 PackageS Corn Flakes __________ _____uuu___ ____$ .35 presented by th'e representative of skin and contains the combined soft and wasteful. A clean and deodorant. Cleana( and ; j

: 3 Packages Post Toasties ____________--_--___--__--___ .35 the National Cash Register Company. perfumes of rose, jasmine, heliotrope fragrant and absolutely pure whitens the teeth. Comes out ;f
which was given in the auditorium and lilac. soap. flat on the brush ,
Y 2 Cans IJ/2 Blue Karo------------------- p=_______:_ .25 of the school house. 1Thbe
H'.Bd.rd Price This !' .!c2n Sl*.d.rd Price ThU sale MtaBdard I'rlre Thl. sale
I Pound Can Army C. B. Hash______________________:___ .15 : This afternoon there will pass .. .. I; : J
r <) 0. T. "
:t 12 Pound Can Army Bacon --_______________--______ _--. 2.39 t,. through National Kissimmee Editorial At members ociation of to the the := $$1.00 ::,,0.$1.01 .... 15c k.1 25c ......... 2fir

s 2 Pound Can Army Roast Beef .._____________________. .29 number of about four hundred where !. 1

i J. 1 Pound Maxwell (Mouse Coffee_______________ _____ ___ ___ .38 I" they have been stopping nearly all Other items will be on display that are not listed here, and there will also be many other special t
the day viewing the country. Could I
1 Pound Lipton's Yellow Label______ _________ _________ __ .35 arrangements have{ beennadeto care bargains. A partial list of the goods that will be handled at the one cent price may be found on

Dry Salt Meat ________ ___ __________ ____--_15c and .20 for the party here the publicity that our circulars, and there will be no. restrictions on the quantities purchased. In all cases the advertised -
would have been gained would have
r J 10 Pounds Fancy Rice __ ____ ____________ ___. -49 1 doubtless been worth several thou. prices do not include the war tax. Get a circular-and then secure your bargains. tI

; 100 Pound Sack Hudnuts Meal_ ______________________ _ 2.55 i sand dollars. The train leaves Lake
land at two o'clock
100 Pound Sack Hudnuts GnU____________'______________. 2.55
Lester & Westfall have opened a RaGaMINICKthe ;
laundry two doors north of the store
--- ---- of R. S. Floyd, and have already
, worked up a large list of patrons. '
' The firm is keeping several hands Store ,, ,
. One TAYLOR SYSTEM busy all the time-although the e"r7i
plant has been running but a few 2

I \ PRICES AND QUALITY THE SAME days-and with the the owners patronage are hilfhlyeased given( KISSIMMEE: : FLORIDA I

BROADWAY BASS CORNER them. The place is kept in a manner 1 ,
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" >1.,' that ia very neat and attractive-
which! goes a long way toward establishing -
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SIX THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. MARCH 18, 1921 t.

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luidillonal: 'bond' issue' for good roads' GOO ALL GRADES UP :TO .
A fRIEND
I'' THE WATCHER I to tho' value of $10,000.- : I THE EIGHTH ARE IN National Southern Air Tournament i

J. R Croom, night policeman of : A good friend stands by you when HONOR ROLL BELOW ,.,
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Wauchula has flown the ('ountafter \
in need. Kissimmee people tell how -
The pe-pul may put the May in having so it is alleged Issued i, !Dunn's Kidney Pills have stood the .FolJowin Is the latest honor roll FLORIDA'S BIGGEST EDUCATIONAL SHOW EVENT ,'I j,

mayor so that May_may be mayor all sorts of worthless cheeksupon test. M., Cosner, retired farmer of or the Kissimmee! schools '

next May.-. ____,__ __ banks, where he;,had! no funds It in : Gpil Mabbette street, endorsed Uoan's First Grade: Woodrow Duggar; Florida't J
t" declared that he Is. now disporting eight years lilt;!! and again confirmsthe ;James Davis"', Robert Davis, Leroy At Clearwater:
Somebody'AtnrtPd/ .t the story that I himself [n- Saint Petersburg,' i' story Could/ you ask for more Johnson, Hubert Keen Charles Near ,
it cost ten million dollar to elect convincing testimony relrode, Dan Lombard Lorena Phil-
1 1Wlluehuli.
published;; HOTEL GROUNDS BELLE IR HEIGHTS
our president last November. This The Advocate weekly at i' "I feel )justified in giving my recommendation lips, Louise Travis Christine Lan, BELLEVIEW ,
is a mistake. That expenditure covered in of rure cleanliness in' .for I Joan's Kidney i*'nt. Swanee demons, Edna Barclay "
not only the election, of president bath contents and npp and vice-president also ono'- George: M. Joolshy has a hobby fora represented," ay'' !\Ir. Cosner. "I !Second rade; : Frances! Young March 26-27-28
third of the senate and al HJ the lower nice office and a nice 1 paper, and used them for kidney complaint and :Mary' Frances Smith, .Mattlo Hell t

house of congress; but even: so 'it I ban J that weekly haiw just turned jtx hack ache and have been greatly; Tvner, I Frances May, Ethel Ilortr.el United States and Navy. Twenty-five Air .a
in Army
Participated by
awful price to" pay unless the officers twentieth"milestone' brighter, better benefited .by tbc-ni. I am glad to give Elisabeth; Bass, Charles CSrantham.Frednrick .
6 : prove to be exceptionally( Rood' and more newsy than ever. this endorsement." I Gilbert: Allen )Davis, Bil- Planet and Sea Pl.iftes under operation,;'of Army and ,Navy officei .

ones. George Heelman ''manager; of the On March 21i! 191R.Ir.! Cosner. Mic Bell, Morgan Phillips Annie One!' Hundred Mile Race fifteen entry Formation Flying by scxen I;
office said : "I um just as firm in my belief Kempel, May bane I Dale Padgett., I
and have Western Union at New: ;
All who love the truth Smyrna fixed I
,1:? felt the ye tug of n g'amfl.h; on your was taken 1 by' several 1 then on urecent of I lIoan'lKlth1l'Y) Pills now as when I Third' CradeRusell; Swaih. Wil planes. Air [Combing. Parachute Drops.' Navy Firing at lai- ...

{ line, listen to this: II. C. ('i 1'\.1111 '" ( night to1 ,point outside tIll I endorsed them before. They grave Ham I'rather Ia.rry! Bert )Dale. Llovd, $get. Renal Hattle. Educational'Exhibit:; : of( Machines and! Equipment.
rI caught a black buss I last Sntunlnv' town limits., Theie he was strippedand me absolute, relief at that time and I Bass, Illlerltert" Mass, Johnnie Driirrs. "\

+ over I by Grass Island l in plainight a coating of tar and feathers, continue to recommend them." "' ,. William bang Pewy :Myers. ALL FREE! Special Hale on all Rail.odds.. I
Price :
", of the \powers and) minarets of Kixsimmce was applied to his person. Then h" A
that weighed thirteen; pounds; wan ought t hack. to n sii I nataiiUlUnaked simply ask for a kidney remedy get I tunic Gilbert: Eunice" Yrttes, Alice 'EVERY DAY DIFFERENT-EVERY DAY INTERESTING. SEETHE
r I loan's Kidney ]jJ1s-the same that I Russ, Jov Makinson! Doris Keen
ofscales. for the coating Ji.nhim.
and ten ouncea'on 'an Inmost pair except Write for
WHOLE SHOW-WilL BE WORTH THE TIME
:Mr: Cosner hiul. Foster-Milhurn:: ('II., Bessie Johnson ie'rn5yIye.tem
when
r This old ,leviathan of his ami-turned out of the car, i
Mfrs.. Uulfalo N. Y. I l Louisa: :Muller: Lola Peake. lit'rthttIliiIcr
l kind was: probably in his pollywog his I clothing, I tied in a 1I'k'n'4 Accommodation To Clearwater Board Of Trade.
folks used to dance" Injun jig.Irllun,! I Ito know why the act was committed, 111'ntwhi..1 promises to be the Lindsay, ; )Driggors. ;John) Phu-y Eddie ''
\ their campl'ire-, Paradise Isbwll I nor has the -heriff any clue upon greatest I event in I the air-line i seen in I ('rum. Joseph JotTords) / Earl Rem ) :

but now 1111'1"("'"' not n crum-b left of \\hiih to base, his, search.The Florida during the present sea-on. 'I I ;ington.
Fourth (;rarl.lII'"in:
--Eh. wiit ? \ \\', hut upVho's! It is pioposed during the three day : Tyner. Arthur -
state I road i department( has 'II t Fowler, Delia Fleming Shirley
telling this story anyway ? to have all the mayors! of all citiein
:_ placed ap order with !II. I.. Howlby Florida to take steps and devise, Smith. Eli: /ah..lll Stetfee. Krma )Denmnir. '
t Him Had Stomach Trouble( for Seven < hif of win' materials for divisionof plans to create landing-places>l' Hazel Kickliter, George Siitler.Allieit BIRD S ROOF'S ,
Years public roads, for fifty caterpillar) planes and to piomote\ interests of Rogero JnniePel ry, I Doris'Inodninn )
TheodoreSanfoid, of Fcmmore.Michigan trucks of.- tI\ton capacity, and for the flying men.COMPLETE .1 ; Ethel Jones, Louise :Mc-1.i ,
ban had stomach; trouble fifty of ten-ton capacity. The department i: lean :Marguerite, Saucer Alma Shaman -
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for seven and could not eatvegetables I J is urging immediate\ DIRECTORYOF Irma Howcn. ,
year
or fruit without pain in )livery, of these cars, as the I need OSCEOLA COUNTY I Fifth Grade: Joseph'ne Iriffin(: , !
tot them .arc great.Hciause Ci ,sie Pariiu. Kvolvji-J'oulk, J'attjjr-
the utomacti and resties'nightrr! -By i
i TO SOON BE ISSUED -on :flyers, Franklin Eilwards, (lettice '
h.kingl"llHmh'rlain's Tablets he is I ;: ,
the eiurouchment oft ,
of m 1 Tyner, ( hllrl.-" Tvner. HennntlO'Hrannan. -I
now able to eat vegetables or fruit cattle] on her land l a !Live nkU: '" \\'Ik huV nlrn1lcomnnI, forgathering Virginia H.-snis, hazel

without causing pain or ,sleepless- I :McCaskill\ had some trr.uhle withtluowner : data fur'a county cI"',,, llir 7.el, Ella Quirk :Maiv:\ ('/ I 'c, d ,
ness. I If troubled with indigestion or the cattle Dr. I II H Jordan. Singrl-I I _
of -
ti>r\ in which there promises 1010. acompleteness Sixth: : irade; : George: l L.'e Ise --u. 1 1 S
tablets '
constipation give these a' At last seeing I thv woman which will make the tary. Alexander, Akerman Joe Tuckr
trial. They are certain to prove* passing along the street the doctoij\ work a valuable1) one. The publishing: I Alvm MeCriinie: Edwin Barnes. I
l enefK-ial. set u red an axe-helve, from atore firm is the Florida-Piedmont Direr Dorothy Mullock :Maiinn: Craves; '
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"NO SPOT IN FLORIDASO nearby knockedthe! woman down fury, Company, and thex otk, in C Osceola ) ( 'onlli(' Johnson Jpanette Lucas. ,
and beat her about I the head and county will lie1 under the direc1supervision I Seventh Grade; : ('/II h1 me Dcnn' ng I I.Nora
FINE AS KISSIMMEE"SO shoulders: "till his anger subsided." of I K. F. Haskell who Chaneey. Minnie Hudson, EvuI'ringle

The \\oInan's cond.tion 1 itserious.. lulu in Kissimmee; ; on Wednesday securing I Julia Fair. Vivian Floyd, ,
asserts )Da\ id S. England, who I the endorsement' of the city Margaret Paring:, Hazel Bass! Ethel: a .'
has I been upending' the winter In the (I Gadsden I n. Bryan, well-known This company has proven itself the I ( )wMI.
state. And he nays it with no mental among all cattlemenin this -tnte best directory compilers ever issuing Eighth: Grade: H'IC'kah1::\ ill'r. -
v reservations or "secret evasions of died in :Miami on Sat ,rday. For
books in this Other
state companies Eugenia/ Akerman, :Mary:\ I/' uiseSnodgrass
mind whatsoever. He knows just many years he was. a resident of
witha
have occasionally opposed them / Eleanor Rosen LcrruHarvey.
whnt he is talking out-for! he hllMeov..r.d what is now Palm Beach county hook that was! sn inferior that a .
all sections of Florida while ,but his acquaintances are to I IK- foundin date" showed
el Urn never up. ---- --- C
he has been here. Those who may all portions of central Florida, while after the Florida- PERTAINING TO CHURCHES
doubt his sincerity may talk] to hill.s ;. where cattle are or have been raised., P.edmont year Company, )year continues' to do I i Our Advice Won't Cost
"I've been all over the. state durinp -I I He left a wife, four son-, :ami two the work |Land. each successive Christian Church !
the past five month. declared I;daughters.The ;. is. more complete than its pr..I 1""u"1|
Mr. England. "All up and down the I Florida Oil Company- report- sor nferely becwusiof the count y'- I Key. W." H. Coleman Pastor You a Nickel

I went const; all up and down theeast , found 77O feet a'a {growth.I) I IResidents 1
oil indications at 10:00 school.
coast all and l down the . : a. m.--Sunday
; up in all sections of
tre of the state I like all the placedI .n-I, well J'II1goIrmed, at Bruce, in Walton 1111'1 11:00: a. m.Seimon.. ,
( I The indications county should lend l all as [ the old LuilJ.ngs comfortable the'
in just
county. are 7:30: 111S'rrnon MAkE as a:-
have seen-for 1 have found muchthat j '' p.
towards the workperfwt
j t was good and influencing; but, quicksand I and several weeks' work po.-sible: because. a making good l directory is A welcome for) everybody-espe- new ones, and just as gxxl) locking, by pir.d'ig:(. c.tt

for a man of my m"ans--u man of will can bo necessary he sunk to before shut off a the new sand.casing a mo"t11 1111 hit, aid to all business cially strangers/ tf I han
my financial condition--there is nota and social affairs. I It also adds prominence St. John's BIRD'S ROOFS.
Salt water stands m the hole to ( Episcopal) Church
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a spot that has 'o attractions,
f many 10I and city and town
county
of the -and
within few feet I
a top- /
ll and ,sets forth so many inducementsfor ,I the officers of the (company as wellas Some teals luro{ this. county'' had "I H.L.. H. Kirkby Rector
the making of a home at thepresent stockholders, feel, much. elated. dir.'I"hi'h answered well for !I \X1ic-tlirr ,il is a JW fling! lam R.ir.icr or hu( rtr-r> tfut! you w.Tt'lo< i'rtroof
time as does Kissimmee and I, the time, and contained; muh intor- [, Palm :Sunday |I' Ic-l u' how yon Low !.III'! M will 1! coat to use the, rij.l t !V ij'aCery
( Osceola county. \\'. 1). Mams: ., of Seffiu-r./ waen, m.ition. ; but that work has been outII'rown 10:00: a. m."huich( school k..rd.t .
"Good investments: may be made' tie fence of a ..!tl.guard11nd: .,. .mi' ] I the many. ...h.lngh'I\ ': tit I .nil, .. --Hixme. worship andPennon. 1
in many po.nts in the statebut' in morning when No. H'l.: "n the Allan .lellih-li-d" It entirely ll-eless. The ; Theme: "The Proces-ion of
so many places there I i.- required a tic Coast Line, wa- pa-sing., In some< new work, will be a ....alllld to all1eition 'i lie (Church [ t J.ai!! you invest l in Ru.l'i RciU will, IW'!ly return one !.u.J, hei: ,
large sum of ready cash to get any manner" :Mainfell upi.n, the tiack' of t the 'loiutty. j 7:0::: p. m K\enmg: Prayer, with arils!; in 'iti-failion, as ),,nest value! it l.uil!t 11,10 lu.O
where'ith" a few million dollars]|; -,' I Ilieme "UehoUl 1'1". c\try yjuaii.{ I
and wiis instantly' !killed. 1111"" : Knitf( ..1l'J'. i R >.of'I..I.N :.. ,
a man may do ninth ; but it takctless ROAD TO EAST LAKE onieth I'nto TluiSp'i .
1. to make a gnat,) investment in lf. ,'r 'hmi'i1, ,: l11ad.! Toon-him-f DECLARED[ A NECESSITY J \\. ek ni,)'i-t -iiMces, e\i-iy
11 Kis"immoe tlvin, elsewhere! :and the II.'n,, \eais, .nid ha\ in!r U-i-n.. llnii-'l.i\' at .t'\0It-thimif IS \\ you nd, Bird's Puii.icl./ niJ', An Crafl. R ur.\ Pl.r. .J

chances for the rapid increase ill'' in rout., several" trueSM.V. tin I It ,tin"u-, cut! ,that 'he load:, "tlpo-i |I'" < ..ilmIre, ,dining, IlL Week) M.lr 5i faied., Brd GrdMli/.iJ, Kootuitjs., or Bins 'I win .51.nl.!.*
valuations is better i in"' now Ihananvwl..r : Okee, hohce. NVihl, 'is the' fir* ,{LmPtVthrncIr. cle ; jjiue '
cur at. I the unit t r .f lo stlitt fur I won'tcwt
,' I have found. That'win tt! time theie Ins .ev cr been. a convictionof : 1 iid ,-urvey' ,,iml, ,e-timate \\ ..ino' First Baptist Church your i.'ldmg'
1 shall tell mv fi' lends when I ret t .-\'bllll:11'0": ,and I "Here' 1MUM' the I I'IU'K', IV t'' ,. Ilulhrd'Ihm(1:. t >ou a "d.Vt! know from exprrirnce' .dial C.rJ'i Ruuf
back to Michigan ; ,and what I sfial':; )' doubt that the verdict, of the cone' hut a rn-,.1 nee Milliard's l-l.ind\ in">I l lb'! \ I'. EdAuxlPastur: ( baigit:4. nuke good; anj that it tie! reason we sell them. .

tell them will he believed. Some of wijl be sustained by a higher", body. a northeasterly direction to East fakeor : .">- Sunday school. J :
those.folks will here and whim : six months '1 BIRD & SON l ln c. (EtubUtbod 179$ Last .
"- come The: fine was $350 'or (jin that portion of) East Lake lying 11 :UO a. J1llPr..a..hit'Rllh.iect. / : ; Welpek M.*.
'
r they nee what I have told is correctthey ,jail. and 'being within this county A '' T '
. "Som Triumphs of The Cross
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will make some'imestments.And i I portion of this place is in ht\f1ili' :,7:30 -rreiching.. I' For Sale By ,
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all of those Investments will I IV K. .Tohnotontlnd, ( wife!. "untrbut it i h algued that a better( I'SomeStrange.Things.." ,' .. rsea
ieln the city and the county. (colored ) of Tampa were' Instanth means for 'reaching Kissimniee; than U/j .
"fty all means I -('onlOid r that Kis- kll'tIlondllV!'! :: afternoon at Carter's the roundabout route now in use 7J5) p. Wednesday., Prayer B.: Makinson .
nimmee is the best place. in which I'ro 'i"1:, a few miles from Liikf-, I meeting. Subject : "Prayer. Company
would l result in bringing the tiadof I -
.. Von, are cordially invited! to all
to invest and in which to make) a 'ind.: by 1''HlI.lrul'k by the engineI' half a hundred fanulieto (th. ;
the-e) ('ome thou with
home to that I have found in the! pa-ncnger< tram which makesno servires. usind Phone 123 KISSIMMEE
occupy ( itv for their lni-inr-s, supplie-, an I we will I do thee good." 308 Broadway
u the state-for a man of moderate stop nt that point. The automobile would facilitate the delivery of nuul''

I means, : for a man in my position I in which they were lidinir, ";0' in that entire section.' While. theToad Women will replace old men who "
And I'm there are moreInca dnven by another colored preacher. .
'i i thinking to HilliaMl's, Island from Ki>- t ict as watchmen at grade
crossingsin
Rev. So1.::\ : of Sarasota: ; "ho"s'a.d
Moig-in,
;;, in the United States of this
I sinimee is not perfect it is being the Pennsylvania railroad. I Everybody Who U Anybody Advertises Their
"WaDU"D
fort than there are millionaires!" uniniured.; So far as testimony traveled a gleat deal-and is pronounced The Valley Gazette
given at the i inquest shows no
better than
j blame be attached the ,' many country ..
to .ngineer. -
BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED can L
\ roiuls found in this and other counties .-a'
FROM OVER THE STATEA ; and at the same time there is

l :Mrs: A. :Mollenkopf:\ of Van Wert. no mail delivery there because of the
A cabaret recently opened at I Ohio was gathering shells! at Pablo fact that the carrier would have to
,'. Bradentown has been the cause of beach on Sunday within, the area devoted (., double over the same ground. If --
{ the passing of Revere resolutions by to the use of d<"srendjnair/ the new road an set forth can he put .
:: ; aU the church and religious organizations planes. Numerous warnings signsare /( through there will be a great benefit .

l' in that city. about the place. A descending follow. -

.1 1 i' In DeSoto county-the contractorson plane driven by Monte Rolfe struck'' TEN MILLS OF THE GODS .
the woman in such a thpt her
way
the highway leading to Moore ARE GRINDING A GRIST ,
death followed. The
pilot wag exonerated
Haven have asked an additional* I
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by the coroner's jury. THE UNIV RSALCAA '
J seven months in which to far it relates
r complete I I History so as to jobs,
fo."' the work, and the people of Moore On Saturday, Sunday and Monday I I began with Mark Hanna, who had s
"f.; Haven have petitioned! the commissioners -I'' March 26-7-8 Clearwater will stage charge: of the pie-counter when Pres-
4 to allow them to vote upon an the National Southern Air Tourna-] ident :McKinley: was elected. Why go t
n i I| farther oack Roosevelt shocked his (

"Oo i I party by bringing many "radicals"to "The Ford Touring Car"
Washington. Taft inherited all ,

a i iW . ( these appointees, and for good rea- the molt universal of all cais. Serving satisfying and (
l I sons kept most of them. Then followed money-mak-
SURELY
: I a democratic administration after day. year after year everywhere throughout the world of civi i
i that took delight in "turning the s \
'rascals out." In order that it "might: lization. It stands in a class by itself-the one universal car. A source of

y)1 TAX- NOTICE! I not happen in the again"civil they service put whereverit their appointees pleasure and a bearer of burdens on the farm and in the city. Anywhere and everywhere ,

could be done. the Ford Touring Car stands supreme in its service-giving, satisfying mon
t Eight years ago the newspaperssaid
: "The president! has adopted a ey-making qualities. .
r policy of 'hands oft" by the ..executives. I
"but" added thy knowingones That reliable satisfactory economical dependable "Ford AfterService"which
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN THAT THE 1920 I : "See Bryan first !" It is but
1 little different now. The spirit of the is making .the Ford dealer and the Ford car twin factors for prosperity is. as you

k ( democratic party is trembling in its know, universal in its possibilities, because wherever the
ghostly shoes. The baas voice of the you go Ford dealer is pre- \
TAX ROLLS FOR OSCEOLA WILL I +
COUNTY '
victor echoes. the familiar words: pared to take care of your wants and nowhere are they better prepared than right I
( "Turn. the rascals out." And-it is
as sure as I taxes that they will be in our shops. We have everything in the way of labor-saving machinery. Ford-

, (11. CLOSE PROMPTLY ON APRIL FIRST. ALL turned expected out. to President follow the Harding course maybe of taught and skilled workmen and the genuine Ford-made parts. We want you lo remember -

, his predecessors in holding aloof this because it means that your car need never be idle.We \
afi I\ while the sifting process is going on.

TAXES NOT PAID BY THAT DATE WILL BE I He, may first."say.In"*Any ee Hays event or a Daugherty way will- can now give you reasonably prompt deliveries, and it is only fair to us

AI I be found to "lake can, : of- the "de that you should leave your orders with as little delay as possible if you want uto "I

SUBJECT TO ALL PENALTIES. HONOR serving ones.FLORIDA OFFICEROF be prompt in making delivery you will be prompt in placing your order. '

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VICKSBURG CAMPAIGNThe

Vicksburg ;National Military I. P. TIMMONS .
{ ; C. L. BANDY Park Commission hag placed in its ..
grounds in the Florida Circle a
bronze portrait bust of Majorgeneral I

TAX COLLECTOR W. W. Lorinp, to commemorate Authorized ford and Fordson Dealer
1I-1l. his devotion, patriotism and faith- .. ;i

ful service.An .
'---.JI application will be made to the KISSIMMEE FLORIDA \

coming legislature of Florida for an i
appropriation to reimburse the war .

.department for the expenditure "I."

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THE LISS VALLEY (GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MARCH IS, 1921 ,___T_ : '.oJ;\r "I' t

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f ASSI I I BAPTISTS REPORT GOOD BLOOD I THE FORUMA I I .- ; T\ \, ,, aa


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NEEDED IN Victory '"" I"I"1
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..cONSTRUCTI'ONCOMPANY', WHERE MONEY GOESGENERAL Editor of The Gazette: ,"" (

SPRINGTIME In taking a. retrospective view of FOURTEEN''

.. I the recent events leading up to, and .
PHONE 117 the outcome of. the recent primary,
DIRECTOR 7&-MILLION I
anj* fair-mindud person will be obliged -

CAMPAIGN TELLS PURPOSES' I People With Poor Appetite, Bad to acknowledge: that city affairs million dollal"s"i< J

PracticalContractors ''TO WHICH MILLION GIVEN./ Complexions: and "Spring Fever" ,have fallen into the powers that be, '., r : ,
namely; the Jolington-Donegan-
and Builders f Need a Blood TonicGLIDE'S Crawforcl. .Agnew regime!
husinesstrmsf
t .EVERY BENEFITED I 1 guess talked with more voters ; of } : t
of I PEPTO-MANGAN IS BEST I.the two *ve<-ks prior to the primary .


... ,Strudure of All Kinds Makes Rich Red Blood Re'ews1-than any I found one ,of this the: that other the candidatesand Murpliy- i. acted d, not apenny f

State, Home and Foreign Mission, Vitality and 'Increased Body's JohnRtoiUI'Catz-Hospn crowd was : .Ii
Christian Education, Hospitals,' I cloudy organized for a'll candidates" : .
Resistance Disease
WOOD, BRICK STONE, STEEL, Orphanages and Ministerial to I I while the Mays crowd was .. lost. .

STUCCO Relief'Share In Receipts : I Spring is .the--time when good organisation.for mayor only For-and myself Drl' I organize' ', !

0I vital to health. If
blood is
so you
!.
a jjo-lii'twt'en. I received about fifteen -
<
feel the thrill of in
do not Spring
Painting, Tinting, Paper-Hanging percent of the Murphy-Johnston
I blood, if take no pleasure
your you
vote "some from Bleaker and the V r1"
| fldnN.E
I
c. ;in living if your' appetite is poor ,II1IJlJS9I' A
rest from May's crowd. The fight' t
Everything. in the Building Line I. your complexion Jwllid or muddy, for councilman was between inymvirand I...t resr'S roord of Caf D '-'IS""'"
and you tire easily, you can be 'pretty .ru..or..I.- 0
--- KOM-II
I sure your blood is not up to. the ....'.r ,biB........ ,
N. F. 'BASS JACK BASS 1 shall stand l by tbe present nonn-
mark. So many feel that way in the a
flees in the election and in their atl-
322 Royal St. 515 Sproule Are. Spring. Especially housewivessho ministiHtirmlun I think they me

I 'have so much work to do. They get ri/rht-lIn l I shall oppose th'm'11'n ..

__ .- __ __ __h __ over-tired and run- becomes) weak and thin.
carry a gioucli To !show you how I ..
I l taking --
health
Build l up your now by
do thing! when it comes' to )poUtics;
that splendid Spring tonic.Guile's I I'ote for the man that I feel absolutely -
FOR will give
SALE Pepto-Mangan.- sure is the best 1 man fQr the
vital to' the red in "
corpuscles
I power ; ;
place--reirardlesx' of IIIH attitude towards
your blood. They will go lacing the Theiefore Do
nuin campaign. make
House (through your blood, carrying freshI when 1 I'oll',1, for councilmen 1 you .
of to all the ....
I I llssliesl oxygen you r chose Johnston and! Kutx-yet I knew "-..-.
'ce twill help improve they, weie knocking me from end the E
land Two LotsAT I'color and appetite. You'll take more of( the city to the other.I one gradeof :. ..
interest in things and enjoy life kn..w' -
the parents of Mr. Kiili: .
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more. You will .stop going around lie-fore" they were "married and n a d' 'work : .
trying -
with that tired all-gone feeling.Physicians (, tine couple they weie. I knew MrJohnston's ::. :
407 VINE
STREETApply hnve (;Jude's
I Pepto-Mangan for thirty prescribed? years. You family when thev came free from fatigue? ":' -::':":" e4
belttlm'yMx" -for 1 cum"ihcie
years ajro
Corner Stewart and] Verona can get it at your druggist's in either
Unity-seven! Every
years ujro.
form. Take whichever For those
tablet or )liquid I ltble-budu'd. man was then forced towOlk who lack reserve
prefer. They have Iiesaame)
you on I the streets six days each
""- - - - - ------ medicinal value. Get' the
genuine.- year-rand<1 1 served my time.: From strength and energy
(Adv.) I what i.s Brut street I helped 1111..1'out I

I the trees and palmettos. Later

I I.. have.. been launched. These hospitals I helped, clear what is" now called the

DR. L. R. SCARBOROUGH, I have received $1,111.43945\ from the Shingle Creek road. west, starling Grape =Nuts

I Chairman Conservation Commla.lonI I campaign,; so far, while local communities ;where the Broad crosses' the brick
I road I the creek. second
beyond The
N the located
'Baptist 75 Million Campaign. In which hospitals\ am
time I ever voted I voted for the
Dr. L. H Scarborough who wan. have subscribed approximately, first set of officers ever elected to is the ideal food.
additional. The hospital
$2.000.000
general director of tb.. Baptist 7S/ 'j serve -i"imllwe-and I am sixty-
In improvements
Million Campaign; and who was later bave practically $1,000.000 'I two years old! now.

elected chairman of the Conservation under way. The seven I I cut the/ logs' that made the lum- This sturdy blend of whole
Commission that Is seeking to'cqIl teen Baptist! orphanages) have like her that went into the old Methodist

," 1'' -- ........: serve all tbe Interests of that campaign wise come In for much larger; supportas (church trie old Baptist church, and wheat and malted is '
""" /' from theNashville a result of the enmpnlftiC t-heli the Presbyterian church-and I am barley
has Issued a report
receipts from this source being here yet Why should I not know
headquarters showing the I $I1.01K.7SH. AH a result of this Income 1 jKisHimmee and her needs as well as rich in the very elements
various Interests that have profited
the orphanages hate been enabled any man? But the trouble with me
,,. that from the $16,561,100.68 collected OL to make Improvements valued at is that I oppose and shall continue tooppose required to build and main.

Stop pain campaign pledges up to De('. 1 1. 1920. I $326,000.The> ;, certain things that some people -
\ .:::1 With Its recnlpts of 'Z.9 M.801\.Q7 are very desirous of putting overin tain health and strength.
work of adding aged; preachers
_""ID Boottilnc. onmfortingnhalydbws.n.VpbcaUon the Foreign; Mission Hoard has addedto I ; Kissimmee namely: a manager
t of Sloan. Is a new one among Southern Baptists\
Its territory five- new provinces Ir; form of government and turning
aUniment. J lI.t silap it on th. ntrained. as whole hut as a result of the campaign
China and made the beginning! foi I, a over to the Southern Utilities corporation ,
rworked muacla. Good for
rboiunattam
ReadyCookedEasy
...... Anrfrvfej tPttAoul ruMing.P opening up\ work In the new fields, ol the" Relief and Annuity Hoard our water and light {plants. to Digest 1
has reeehed $40",14'1.k2<> from thai 1 call on the voters of Kmsimmee .
Jugo
Spain Hungary, Houinania
'; 1- Russia source and $300.000 from Mr. Kockefeller. i to take notice that these two things Economical
In
Sloa Slavla. and! the Tkralno ;
Sr.HISTORY. will come for settlement within the r
strengthened Its work In Syria ant
; --- next two years. Made by Postum Cereal
I I I' Co.Inc.Battlc: CreekMich.
Pains Palestine, inatfe a heKliining in Eastern :
Be
guard
/' Liniment -------- --- on your
. Siberia added )IOu( new worker i I I II (5. B. WOODAI.I Grocers .
.. to Its force. of American missionaries I L SIXTEEN YEARS AGO j I Sold by Everywhere

I In fore-Ign lands, .provided new houset. When the bowels a/e co"tithe c

--I of worship ho-plluls! schools' pub I From files of Valley Gazette I II Ii waste' matter ferments, producing

' IlxhlnK!: plants and oilier InxtUiitiont i I II (gltSl'oul'' condition that is disagree-

needed hI I the pnisei.ntion of. nmM) "nary able. To remove the impurctics'
Im I Duncan Simon was drowned ill quickly a dose of Herbine is needed.It .
Is of
w'Irk.'hal e\t-n more .
'.' ""..- 'Calf Island ]hike not far from" Alligator does the work thoroughly and --
In the estimation of Sere
t, l portal ee. : III kl'o Ho was at walk for .1 pleasantly. Price, fiOc. Sold by

lary 11).lIt..I'ons I LoIs. and the completion undertakings. of man tha'' ) fishing camp and-.!fell from his boat.. Koberson's Pharmacy. ** i Gazette "Want Ads" Do the Work

\ had been held up) for lack of funds. I Phri.-tian church people sold their i Dr.) Alexis Carrel famous New

: Home Missions Doubles Budget holdings for $.">()I--and() immediately York surgeon, has part of the heart I

, By reason of the larger receipt' commenced to raise' a fund of $:WOO ofIn embryo chicken, which is still MANY HAVE PROVED IT
alive and
for another building. growing.
r: ,, from tbe 0 campaign! the Home Mis I 0 ..
Ion Hoard ha been enabled to practically
]Mrs U W. Pilley has a "grand .S;
e double its annual budget; tot opening" of her establishment! '

Its work. of evangelism, church buildIng i Kissimmec" Millinery Store ,

work among:> the foreigners, In I .
f .
diana and negroes, mountain mlsslor.scbools J. W. Thompson, funeral director, ;

K enlistment, and generalmis: advertising. ice chests freezers Nowonder
and refrigerator: a very suggestive he eat
lon work In Cuba and Panama. Tin line

appropriations to evangelism have
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SUFFERING? been practically doubled those tc I Colonel] .1. W.: Adderhold and Dr.

church building Increased betweer F. G. Thomason publish announcement '1

Most of the pain we suffer is 500 and 600 per cent, those to th< of their candidacy! for mayor. t mart cIxucklecLI

unnecessary. Why continue mountain schools, forty In number
commenced the
Thomas Van Duzer
100 cent, and those to the work ol' .
{ to endure it-to sacrifice your per erection of a cottage in South Kis- i
t 30f
undeveloped churches
enlisting
and simmee.C. I SWELLED with pride. WAS HOT stnlL
,
youth, beauty, enjoymentto
per cent. . . .
it? In the realm of state missions L. Conklin sells his interests in
THE FAT man next to m*, BUT THEN he said.
embodies such work as provld the Osceola Meat Company to Henry
The combination of simple which . . .
ing missionaries and other epecls.; BalM WAS READING on.. "FORGET THE ads

harmless medicines found, in workers for needy fields within the G. W. Bass commenced the erectionof . . .

, Dr. Mile. Anti-Pain Pills states and aiding weak congregations a nine-room house three miles OF MY ci&r.tto ads< I NEVER read 'em.

In the building of houses of worshipthe east of Kissimmee for Rull Bass.v . . .
is especially effective in relieving advance made possible by UH AND I felt him chneU BUT LEMME tell yon.

pain without bad after- campaign ranges from 26 to 100 pet Revival services at the Baptist . . .

cent in tbe eighteen slates of the con church still continue.W NOW NO one had ever SOMETHING DIFFERENT
I effects. . . .
df Fer mere than thirty-five ventlon territory. : S. J. Overatreet sold to ev. PRAISED THAT ad, THEY OUGHT to say
i I', Returns to the Conservation Commission L. J. Moon the old Overstreet homestead . . .
ytSfS. sufferers from headache by forty-five of the Baptist
and twenty acres containing SO I had to Mk. ABOUT THAT cigarette
heur lIa, backache, toothache Institutions of learning which an 260 bearing orange trees. "The old. . . .
sharing In the returns from the cam est best small orange grove in this L IF HE liked It. AND THAT this.
sciatica and pains from palgn, show that they have received section." . . .
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other causes have found relief $2.713,756 so far. Of this sum $1, AND HE said, "SurO THEY SATISFY"AND
The proprietors of" the two local .
640,000 has been expended on improvements . ,
by taking these pills. saloons agreed to take all tables and
$400,000 has gone to endowment LAUGHED some more. AND DARNED If I don't Ua1aIk
chaffs ffbm their places of business, .
a Why don't you try them? several hundred thousand . .
and to all card and dice
prohibit s
r ASK YOUR DRUGGIST dollars In old debts have been wlpec THEN HE said. HE REALLY believed.
games.W. . . .
out and other Improvements are under
sold 7000 head of "LOOK HERE" and pointed. HE WAS firing me. .
. way. W. Langford . . .
Provided stock and 33,000 acres of pasture to 0
Ten New Hospitals
AND WHERE I'd written."PURE SOMETHING NEWI
Southern Baptists were operating King Brothers. Consideration was . . a '.
For rapid healing there is nothing when the campaign $100.000-the cattle going at ten

v like Liquid Borozone. It mends torn fourteen hospitals result of the Interest dollars a head. This was the largest .TOBACCO.. YOUcanblameltontheprlntrlf :
new
and a *
began as .
flesh heals cuts, burns or sores so cash deal ever made in Osceola county -
quickly no time is lost from work. In this work aroused by the THE PRINTER. . had set., a Chesterfield advertisement. Butbe .t

Price, 30c, GOc, and 120. Sold by campaign ten additional hospital i sure of this you'll find It In the cigarette .
Roberson's Pharmacy ** iI I E. L. Lesley was owner of the 20 for 20 centsin "PURE .TABASCO.. every time. Wonderful Turkish ", '

C Sunny South Livery Company, and Domestic tobaccoe, ) ,
-- -- -- .... .. ..,,,........ opposite wonderfully
air-tiht AND THAT'S why. the man
: ' D" ''''" "" X00 the office. pmckugo bl.nded-it sounds But
' ::: ::: = ,,,.. r post . easy. yoa'U
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gg= ::":,, ,:" m "" =aTh Jllmo obtaInable in round And nothing else like Chesterfields.

The W. B. Makinson Company was I tins of 5 O,vacuum-a.aJad. THOUGHT MY ad. That blend can't b. copied. ,"

RECEIVED GREAT BENEFITS PERU : N A selling groceries] a full and line"tongue of staple ticklers.and"fancy S . J ,

+ FROM THE USE OF

-'- Mr.J.O.8eJ
Creek. North Carolina! "} have.....s I'ruo HI The next time you have a coughor RiD

for the lut" two yean and rwved: (nat benefit tout cold try Chamberlain's Cough

nh_ *from it. Pa-ni-na! one for cold,trip and SUP Remedy. It is pleasant to take and.

41 5 R 4 0II relief which it affords. This remedyhas I p o .
5 For coughs, colds, catarrh the re- o
q a wide reputation) for its cures at
A F salts-of grip and Spanish :Flu, stomach **
of coughs and colds.
and bowel disorder and all other Ca- ,

tarrhal diseases, PE-RU-Ni Is recommended
half century of usefulness.TABLETS The escapement wheel of a watch
by a
makes 781,000 revolutions every 13 fI CIGARETTES *; I
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OR LIQUID months.


,. aOLD.ItVEltYWHEItE If you have rooms'to rent a small LlaaErr & Mrase TOBACCO Co. .

!! ... lIB.. [advertisement in our c1aulti.d columns
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,, TIGHT 1 THE K1SS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTEJFJMDAT.' MARCH 18, 1921 : t, -,
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FLORIDA'S GREAT ns. ALICE GRESIIAM POD, 1 OPTIMISM AND .C..-. ......... }1. DISTANCES FROM KISS1MMEE DISTANCES FROM KISSIMMEB+

M mother of the first American ., THE FUTURE H.: T.. r>. Over treet, Olmlrmnn '. Going North' by Auto Going South_ )by Autobfiles! a +
A, F. Baas John Iiais, ,'ll _-., Miles .
it SCHOOL Idler killed in*France, who gives W. u. McClelland, Ira li. Welhorly To Orlando __.?_----a- .18 To Hajrics City_-__-_____-- 47

PROGRAM entire credit for ,recovery of her (From Tampa Tribune) Bliot'liY .-___.Lj. It. Farmer To Winter Park-----_,.____. 23 To lakeland ..____-------- 79
Clerk ....-__-*- ?__. hn\I.,. f\"tt'alrect ,To Sanford 42 To Tampa ..: *.-.-,..--.
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I health to the well-known medicine, Editor's Notei: .-W. L. '.,... _,____-____ ? ?-
Thorndyke Jll
Judge ..'___ _, :...,= L Comer ..
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'j'anlac. writer of the following article. Is editor -?* To DeLand ...._.._.*_._--_ tit; To Clearwater.f.' 13cJ
A BIO FORWARO8TEP PLANNEDn ProsecutingAttorney, Milton riptlxer To 8(1 To, Paint I.etersburg.----- 4
of The Klssimmee Gazette. Daytona .........?>... 46 '
,- verse Represenlatlve.tv.. It. Godwin To Saint Augustine:______.. l\f\;9 To Bnrtow ...---.4"--'
and a rnan, well with Assessor <--.,___..M'llllain\ I. Barber tOO .' .. ._-- -97
of To Jacksonville ___ _ To -
| Line With Great Advance Other __ Arcadia 4"
all that to Florida. He ? -
appertains Tax: Collector ..C. I Bandy ______ ____ 150
To 4i To fort Myers. -- \
Soutern 8tatxc.to. Put HigherEducation is nature of the fact Mount Dora._.;: __...,..- '
optimist 2SfJ
an by I
Hu.rvlaor'| of HCsh'tr"tlnn To Eustis ____________ ___ S3 I Ij To palm Beach, via llaylona.
on a Better that hI has lived in this e
so IonIC Mate KiU-lir: it..Kats :SM;)
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'. I j To Oeala ___. 107 I To Miami ____ -- r
Footing and seen so much accomplished, that Superintendent of Sdwo v.---- ------------- )j I ,
f he in convinced there is "no such J C. n. rowel! I r ITo Gainesville ___________u 152 1-___ __,__ _.-:. __-- "

7 Jacksonville, Marcb.-Shal1 Florida word! as fail: in all the catalogue Justice of lvao_.. __ fl. 1 L-., I -------_......:-- ,
j )\11Ua. ,)enHe- KlHmMntin virlory"twill
go forward In a big way for education) '' rtx I Florida' pdsitjhilities and. opportunl-> t.i The words! "ponce 81)11 l w11'/1, / u j
i ties fITV IH H 'Toil V Wanted-Larire, 'clean cotton have II holier inclining you
ragsat
ot tbe llveat lames
This Involves ono _
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of the coming session of the legislature. I I Editor the Mayor: __hoo __. __ __, ___ __J, S Ondvl) fln/.ot'te; office. have paid I- ).'OUf.. inoomr, <"V i ia
Tribune"OptiniiRni: and ---------- - - - -
!dFIca Future?" Why burden the pessimist 1I\l, lli.-ik.-l iln4-llinrn) |1'1", ,,I<1-.lit, i
Judged by the number of appeals In I with( ii'refutableassertions, and thereby n R l'lnl .\ s Ull),."H 1 .
the form of resolutions from all purl lluuanl .M K.IIX, .T W Tliiimi'snii-' '
; distuih) h.s pleasant sorrows nand ':
'' 'l'lk) I --------------.i I II! I;illicit) I ITi.nMii.r Kill That Cold With \ t
of the state, and from all kinds of organizations r his i joyful mournfulness ? How can abraiiiful
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<< the desired legislation s man study carefully thc run-I I )
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strong backing. ail ions found in\ south Kloriil.'i: or.., P"I I
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t\11 irlaiice Ii hurrie-dly over thc ac
One of the ardent supporters of tliemovement f + .
'" ( .f.r oiiiplishinents" noted) IliiQuylioul" theililiicl ?
U this : "
puts way"Florida
bus spoken. Thin state P .f. and 1 thin plead JJI's!
In line with olln-r' \ US his irerojative| ; ? I PRODUCED AT PLANT CITY
won'ts to keep '
JffO; .buck a score of years i'1| theIistary CASCARA QUININE i
Southern males In the great forwllrdmO'II..ut of south Flotilla i and l it willhe .
for higher education\ now 1 eeii that ,in many localities'onl( !>" Reports, show That mine than 1- ,
'i it.0(1(1< ) ( ( ,hoar of traw Iel" '
have
i "les &
Inking place. piimitivi. conditions' existed vettvijiIlien ; FOR AND
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I' "Take Mbtfilshlppl with less taxable 'I. \ did the optimist' outllllnI.1Ih. '. I ''I I Pen shippe-d! from Plant City ,tinsISINISOII. Colds Coughs 'OM\9 La Grippe f
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( I 'I 1 hcKe bellies willl'un ,
ffealth" assessed 1 111 all Floiltla. Its leplslil-" ,( who, predicted only dire ri'Mili Vhlllllle..lilllllll'c '
i. 1' I 1 from plans' <"sted, l hy tho men ( ) seventy to a hox.oII'h); I
v
turn bas, voted $4.r,00,000 to Its higher l sufr( >r '
withlson; -. And each year has lieriy is one and one-half inches, Ion g, Neglected Colds Ire Dar'"rous!:; "
institution of arnlng. Louisiana andTennessee seen the number of men echo! hind belief land' if these berries: weielined, outtiptoluiKu Take no chances Kevp this Htantlaul lemnlx i JL-I I ,'y to'( the firm nticeir..Breaks ly;
have taken similar forward I "- ,, ) they would nuke w'
augmented ill numbers, 'til one .
) imvvtheie
M in .'-1 hours Ke-lie-v8;
strides and other Southern slates are I continuous truck 10't,334!): :: : foot long up a ce>
is a vast nimv who really knowthaLl'tbiLjje..st in 3 I KxulU-r.t: I >i II Miimra I
Gongs dayi.-
In the midst of campaigns to put tliefiotith ". JUtS JioL yet been even This )lacuna a |line, something like
Vt-hr-rn other' "111'1:1 Ions of the 1 The fallowing 'l'lij'i 1'iwT..1iifiL\ flagged; men who have confidence :U'dTO!( () miles long -or> a string of herI'i.s Quinine;;; in this form docs nut .fTed( thr! lies d i Cj are is but Tonic e I'tY

country can not put It to shame, In an nii'iit! airs made recently I by 11 rA plus that couth!' Floridn\ climate and long enough to leach from Jacksonville Laxative-No Opiate in .Hill't>. I

educational way.. Alice (;"if-liari) I(odd, the mother ofCorponil south I.'IO/'icl" chi ironment mike fal'' to Los Angeles. (/N. H. Ur I
President A. A. Murphreo of the University I \ I JIIH 11. (Gresham; who, \\n4tliu better and In"aver men and women Someono. however would break the ALL DZUGGI$ TS SELL IT
first Atm'tii'Hn. soldier. killed inFrance. and far Surer and 1 Icnnbr successesin continuity of the luscious line-so it
of Florida that tho created --
says The '''III tflll1<'lIt was made: III the vaueil' lines of business. would) he useless to try the tuck.) 'fA
ed of Florida Is trained leaders,
n the "lesluini; :Memoiial I Ionic, which Jt must be admitted 1 that in somesuites
leaders who as teachers can give the was preserved to her Joy tho 'patriotic .. \ there have 1 been> strife and tin Wf *Jl > *.VU I
state better public schools; who us people of Indraiin! us an c-NKic-me of moil and unpleasant coiui'tions.: E"'nm..1 I

I experts ran promote a more prosperous their appreciation, / of the services the rabid optimist cannot deny -
agriculture; and a finer rural life; I rendered to his country by her son.I ('this assertion. It may l he styled a -

I' who. as .engineers can develop the I The .hH.k of her ioU 11'II cleat h resulted "v\av," 01 it may bear a more sag 1

Z tale's natural resources; who as cal in a Serious breakdown in niliciint title; yet there is still an unshaken

I tured and resourceful men and women I Mrs. Doild'n health, but every one I be'ief. : that the future v\ill SEEDSUNITED
will learn with interest and pleasure find l a proper) H'ml'dwhich will|!

prole.dons, business. I I that she ik now in splendid health bring about sure relict Hut here 'in
or airain. :Mrs I)odd gives the ('111 in' south 1'loriila there has been co
Dean and Dlreclor Wllmon Newell crt.(lit for her rcxovwiy to (the celelirated front fre-cdoin, from ill-ccmdjtions' I

of the State's Agricultural Education :I medicine, Tanlnc :, that it may be said with no apparent ;
al work says that before Florida can :She' said : "After my dear i boy's elasticity 1 of lanif-unge{ : 1I1tterH are
KO forward as It should many agricultural I death 1 nod a general breakdown in well with IU"

r problems must be solved. They ': health. At first it was just t indijtestion. !' ; I The optimist. is Mural in every SEED STORES

are distinctly Florida problem, and :My food would upset me and way because he> knows that as oth- '

must! be solved by the state. I 1 had to diet" myself very carefully 1 era train, he, too, will advance. lie
Many things are on his program. I I I a No had rheumatism with severe realizes, among!? other things, that '' Haines City, Polk County, Florida

Among them the Introduction of per- i ii pains,. in my shoulders, hack and irood roads are an important factor I (The Gateway to the Scenic Highland)
i arms and at times' I would .sufferl ''in building< u rich country where
up 1
maneat paalure grasses of which bbelieves
l greatly, and my joints would bcromeswollen the taw land may be intensely tilled
there Is no doubt about sue- i and st>\if. I was hardly able and l bring foith many thJnps. And
cens; the solution of the soft pork problem do the house I
to but vc'rlittle about "s fields are. ('ultivIII11lnd hai\est- I I
t In which the Florida Station hat and at tunes could not even took a i>d, as groves are set out and caiedfor We Have Them

: done the most Important work of any ineul. I became very nervous and 1010 well-made) homes dot the hillsides -
station In the country.; the crossing ol restless and at night would lie awake- oral the plains, as stock of lct-I I

Florida cattle with sires that will lay for hours. ter grades takes the place about the
i a better foundation for the cattle Industry 1 "A friend of mine" advised me t" premises, as schools and churchessprincr 1920 Northern Crop Just Received
'' 1'anhic 1 I did for it I
; the training of veterinarian 'try am (glad up on spots once barren except -
to protect their livestock Industry ol have eel to be the best me-dii'inu I for wood" and weeds and water Garden:; : :Field :Flower: ., .
ever taken It soon gave me a .lit commercial' industnes, fill in the
the.slate from Ita heavy annual losses
; splendid, appetite' and lelicved lire entirely binks, I h'inline all ,into a net %.ak" .
the Investigation, of I the kinds offertlllzers Samples and Prices on Request
of ineliij-e-st : 1I"'lIhwII,1II
ion My at'pram'! -", tin optimist' smiles. and.ivs
to use for different crops on ill|" d! and I able, I r.
o> sapu-ared| am now -, : "I l 1,11'I, I \\' the trim! '
various soil I 13 poo; the upbull.diug ol te> do lilY "house-wen with the irie.itest I II1'h.., -, al.::. 'ere 01"1"ant.. Nut; Onion Sets Seed Potatoes Just ArrivedPratt'
the poultry industry of the Hat e-ase :\l\- nurse a,,- -.ti-.nK and the ic 1111'tndll''h- .t,
through better breeds and manage vtieiiir., I .1.:, |, well .it nii'bt, and, m\' I Ihr""lholll -"uth. 1'b! I .
merit; the continued watchful, tare' 'hwillli is hiltci.. than in '\c-.ii- I .h.lli! Ida iur. illdi".I" I1f ..tl'ad\, .iuuth Stock Remedies and Tonics Dr. LeGear's Stock Remedies and Tonics

and protection of (he citrus and trucking ',il\vavs he. gratful for \\ hal THII I !.', 111I"'V !InP:I .Admit a v WI' mil-I. Pratt' Poultry Remedies Dr. LeCear's Poultry Remedies "
has done fur me." 11",1"n,,' dlI\\'Ioa.) ,hnu',, brrn et- .t
Industry the enlargement of the /J
; I.ml.n. "is ,old| in I K 'i-siiiiiue-e' bv .I I p;," i, "" 1,01. all?w Ihat tl1l' gr1)t. rr Poultry Supplies Insecticides Spray Materials Dips and Disinfectants Pyrox] ,
usefulness of the and
county agent /. Keihltrsoll. llllel (" 'Iiilnl Iii) UJ( Moil' \t'I""n., I." h 1"'n, ) nl" -uv; 10ot'l Sulco V B Armour's Fertilizers
e
specialist.
\ and in St. Clnud, I b\, I'. 1 II. M..ninerepresent"a eulii' t ti h., acrid, roiihi< air it hklt
Will It pay? i I II for n |H-r od ovei \\ helined the entire 1
The alumni association of the I'ni I I world has worked a ,hardship ill lo- .
verslty of Florida has Issued a elatei great plant ready for service tealities where it was least!' expected; -
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i ment showing some of the ways (the to the state. It'la not able to concede these point which have been I ;=: : = ( ;:

i. Investments By discovering in that means institution ot controllingthe {paid. i i i i meet render the"because demai/ds\ It for lacks the the service necessary U can ice< pronounced-ancl even"' to then hI ''it succcsKfullydiRputotl 'must bo I : _i > 0: ?> 0 0 0 <0 > 0 0 < > 0 < ' .

nematode that causes the'' harmful I equipment.: The money for the equip admitted/ that south Florida has least 9-L.j -1'1'R
.
rootknot of various crops, the ment and service will not be missed of all been affected It i is. by'"compa'iison" 1'r,I

perlment Station has saved Fl by he i Stale because It will create v\c feel tlejectif.n or elation
.
171>0,000 annually. vastly more wealth than it will cost! and It ,is bv ('omJIIII.j-n i ) at' h- 1'y
present time that the optimistic" ion :
The velvet bean of the South"developed t - -- - -- -. -- -
t here Stands pl.nnly!
I I ditions out a ,
at the "Florida Experiment An Illustration and p'oudly as a giant, oak in un B

Station. Last yeur this crop In FlorIda I lureajfo of'scrub pine! PRINTING

was valued at $3.125,000 IACIV! duly newspaper man at Theie are hundreds of thousunds. I : ;
The Experiment Station discovered some time IK his life f."I"ill impulse of acres in south Florida still to be II i i'conqueied

t the citrus canker before It had gained ', like the back-to-the-farm longing by the energetic who will I 1
much headway and Its suppression perhaps, to get him' a weekly learn the "know-how." Not all of it.

by the State Plant Board and Bureau I paper, in which he can say just what 'of course: is suitable for any one ... I f
I
he pleases and no more, run it to special purpose-.for in the vast variety I
of Plant Industry which followed i suit himself, enjoy leisure for cultivating -[lof crops that may be produced l. and COMMERCIAL BOOK AND POSTER !
:
saved ,.
a possible destruction of
the ;
the fine arts, entertaining his in the numerous seasons for this variety :
,< citrus Industry of the state. friends and making life's last lap lies one of many advantages of .
The discovery and application of control I pleasant traveling. Such u dream this section of the state. There aregreat .., j

measures whereby the wbitefly is on the face of it, seems to be realized I acreages which will continuein i* no other investment that brings such sure and con : f
,
r held In check saves the state annually by the versatile and accomplished their crude condition for decades, THERE I .
profit a* printed salesmanship at we do it. There i.
at least 3300000. editor of The Kissimmee Gazette.: no doubt-or until pressing needs \
The cause of soft pork'; and how to "Thorn," as the editor is known force their reclamation. But all this no method of getting buinetjo inexpensively. While (\ I

1, overcome tt, DOW being successfully all things over his the own state way., seems lie gets to have out I by means the business observant and who growth would; growth make you are thinking of a plan of campaign you may be in need of Bill- 1 f. t
investigated, offers promise of :
the a savImg one of the best weeklies in the whole I, homes upon virgin soil-and businessby head, Statement, Letterhead, Envelope, Looteleaf Devices, Re. ,_L'
state 15,000.000 a year. I country, brimful of news, glowing those of means who would rob ceipt Book Label Now is : i
The value of the county agents to with optimism, well ballasted with the bog of its blackness and the or THEKissimmee 1
r the state In teaching growers better I solid editorial matter and scintillating marsh of its meagerness. the time to follow in footsteps

management of orchards Including with original wit and humor. He Pardon the length of this article. of that of ,j
success merchant
; how to spray and control diseases and looks the whole world in the face When I get started on this section of army Gazette
Valley
insects is worth millions each year I I finds it rather a good world, all the state I sadly digress. I've not [J who ares in making for

to the state.Cooperative.. I things considered, but with numerous scratched -the topic yet-but why tune for themselves, building up
which faults and foibles which he does not "Optimism and the Future ?" (HOME OF GOOD PRINTING)
marketing the
hesitate to correct, and tells the people Why not "Optimism NOW ?" M the great industries *o rapidly.Let .
county ageats assist In operating
exactly what he thinks. Possibly, -- u* do your printing. -:- -:: PHONE 1t a I
meant of Jo<
a savlag $1,203,000 last K18BIMMEE
year FLORIDA
like all of our race, he has his own Cold settled in the muscles of the
'I In boys' club work there was a "private jfriefs," but his paper neck, arms or shoulder makes every w

dear profit on their crops pigs, etc, doesn't !show it.-Lakeland Telegram. movement painful. Use Ballard's ;
of $&7.6S7 la 1920 and la addition $8,- Snow Liniment. It relieves the pain J i'
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.'s 1" 740 The In I higher prizes' were educational-won.- Institution- each mately Milwaukee week.400 barrels women of talcum use approxi-powder ,'30c.and relaxes lOc 1'harmncy., and the$1.20.muscles._! Sold Three by RobPr'I'On'A sizes**-, TD: (_) Q () () () <0 > 0 <) ()

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ME BVJT OOVST VAEWTVOM YT SUPVRESS111' XX GOOD 'JSE MT \W\TH OS-\ 11EVER lS. e Go GI'J HiM

IU MEi O \C2E AW 01.E SCSSOa01t--. \ M, G( ta HVo PR111TU16< 0014E AUV 6OO' T' IN 'M' PP.PERflL ,

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY! MARCH 18/1921 ,," "" .NINE

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i!l CLASSIFIED- ADVERTISEMENTS J JI I I I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSOJKH ii I ;SMld shore Creek'linn thence of empties'. rUlowl'l Into Lake Ti.hopekallKa the U ToliopoknllHa.1 -on telly.

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In a Kouthelly d I l'I'CtOI lu the H.ctlon -
linebvtween. ,
F ". 9 and 18. '
GDRSO FIIRJIIERSELLS J I, !> : .-in imcurrititsIn of Apr 11,' A. I IX, 2I.Jit! the office or the Iti Township (A Houlh. KmiK.-'A'J Uast; .
FORSAtEto'cR r Clerk of the Vliitult Court of mild I tliilicduo J ..st. across ..II'I.k.' tot

Court nt |... 'outttr ......oc.. llsrrola County at KUHlinnn-o, Kloi Ida. (orthe 1 Itlaslern shine '|lti.: -
: HALlC.-TDiiiato: plants; choice of 4"omit-; Hair nt Inrldn. consttuctluii of npproxlmately six etly followlnthe ..1..a han .of sal.I
r'"!!'J\'U't' ,'ll. h"., pla k.. oidc-is qukklv.I VALUE DF COTTONSEED -of 11tH-it .surfacu .." I In SpecialRoad I I..ie t<> tin Heel Ion between Sec
Cull ut 42i/ Main .stieit. KlHHlnuin: ..a, Irt r.. 'l: tntn if Henry H. Korlle. Hlid Drldxp District No.4 and 26 fnd !tr> In Township 25 Mouth <
: Mt To all <-1.,1114,11'8.I IjeKattu-H" ,. IJIH"'lhU-, for Ilia sale of 1 Klfchty Thousand ( ISO. Kanire 2 a"tl; thein-ii lOuiil on 115111
-'-- ---,---- teen Ami. all ivmniis having; Claims ()' ('') I Hollars, elx percent Di-rlal I Hirtlon line to ilte.ltang line '..Ivl"'nl'
FOR; S\LK-zn.! l.ushPlH lion Pens. In FERTILIZER or lUinamls nitnltist saId Hutatc. hOAldt foe construction of roads In Ranges ID and 30; t Incite -
Fire Life Accident 'and "' ..Od'M"M. ut |2/,78 per hu''h'I. f. o. You. iimi .a'.1t oC you. me hei.eby said Olstiletrians said Range linu to (lit, ixlm-o of 1).-
b, ()llelho"JI"-, Cash with irlnnlnirII _
] | -idst. nnililt'u ami .qult..d lu ;prisont ally mill specifications may lie examined ,
1 bUKino \\'.-"b. Ji I'., Vaietioi'lc, Uior1OU J'- rlitlms. Slid d..lIdll 'which \ 0,". or at the oRc8 of the Clerk or M KatiK *A. *4. '.IHon.
Health Plate Glass. Liability Kia. H.n Seed for Fertilizers' Not Eco cither of >'<>u. ",,..y lnaitains! 'the the Circuit Ooceola County. H. l..nwson, seth TisonI .
estate of Henry II. Celtic, lieci-ns.-d FlorIda, at KI..almm..e.HIA'hl J. Mcl'hatler. N. T"n.
HALi I:-Kurd touring <.ni'. 1UO nomic, Says Authority, lute or isct-oiacounty. Florida' lo the Is reserved to reject any .or H. 1..Yowell. J. M Gardner
and Boiler Ins rance. model, splendid lunmjiK' condition' : uiKlerslitned executor of mild .rotate.villhln :, all proposals L A.: ItosenJ James M. ..John.'I .
tare bargain at. 1175. Am .kavitigcity. two years. front the ditte I..re.or. .1. U OVI( \\oodallOoodman.. ston.W .
bie Uavld S. KiiKliunl, I 14 Ur- Atlanta Qa February. -' It wouldbe Clerk to the nSTnFrT.oun.I J. \vo '. : U Osvls.U .

Legal Bonds Executed: : land street city a mistake to use cotton seed as Dated lierember 6. A. D 110 ty Commissioners of Osce- 'I nj Hilton H TressLyliii .
J, I-. OViK 4THI3KT.M ola Count. Florida , I nJ WnudborkUllUert V. Story
foil 8ALI3-Seed nice. Celebrated fertilizer as some farmer. are talkingof 11-9t J.J"'Ulol'" -I RAlbert. H. H HudsonRobert4' .

Sane Day Needed. Honduias and <)0ilnt.. .adunted tohluh doing according to J. N. Harper __ M>TI<'1-1 OK AI'I'I.ICATIOt FOil TAXI C. now Johns
or low land :.ytt''Id (ill 1 bushels >" '''"'' ntf AI.I.I..AT.O KOK TAX > 1 U. t. n. McKarlttou-,'. Marvin Drlaffern.W .
A and two tuna hay per. iicte' Cheapest several years In experiment station .U"I.JII, H. |>. C. Taniter.II. .

"' and I bi.st food foi man. tnulcH work In the.South and now director of Notice In )Hcitbv' U"',,". That NotIce Is Hereby ilven That Isa- C Harper H A. Hnyder *"
i'.mil... and IIOKH Anv iiuantity (3t'orgt' Palrlrk jiurchast'r c.f lax hell Ori-en, put.chaser of Tax Certlncatp R H. Roberts Pearl T. Snyder
OFFICE:. State Bask Building I Plant now. Per bushel $2,2fi. WltI the Soil Improvement Committee. Con C -l tlllCHl.' 'H No I &U2 Hlld I "ud No 1304. dated the 2d day of C, I 1ular II M Thomas
iI..m I Paiinell I IIro..III"I I '. 1.'lomliUGtx. tinuing he says: the ad dm. of June A l I. 1 Cl I8. lisa '.Iuly. A. l n, 1917 has filed mild ci:rtlll- 100rl0J. (' II. Hudson"W .
.A for ftlnl said 'VrtlfUatts III ni)' .fn'a. and ,catiIn mv (office and ha. made application H'H, _
two
"It would be mistake rea"BOnll
a
him tiindt application for tnx detd 10 for tax deed to Issue In accordance N. C Rrn K Hansell,
I"Olt SAI.i l-nsli milk tnw I.J S : First the South would be deprived Issue In accordant with I law ...Kitldceillflcatis with law Said ....rtlf..at embraces M Croxton. Walter ..rlnl.
Rollff. Cape Ilieere I 4-t C of great wealth producing imbraci' tinfollow I ..I IIIK desrrllxil I . thi* following property U. H I'rntherWilliam H II,
DR. R. J. DENNING a i>!iiiiirty.| situated I In Osr/eola slrtiatid In OMOI-ol' County, Florida Uoldnton Fred IferKbericJ .
"UU SALH-Hupmoblle car III ,good substance cottonseed oil and second County, \I- i lArlda: to_wit til-wit : J. M HanselfH M Wlllson
DENTIST ....'..1111011 i'In up will I I di'monstratilinns cotton seed are not the best form I..ots I to H In..luah.} etnbiaced In H"A' 47 ft fl of NK Cor. of Lot 80. ('. Llithtsev C'-harlts n......
,Mli.n FoHriiik It F D rvrtliUatf No. 102. and. 1-nis I" to I". I. & I ('.'" Addition to KlsslmmeeClt .1. W WnnSam J. H. Und
Over the Postofflce.OKFIC13 Kissiinmi.v of fertilizer to apply.. 24 Itwlu"...... embraced In Ortltlonto \'. run 8 40 ft, ,v. JI5 f t,, N. 40 Howell A. I" TvsonK .
__ __ __ _ ____ 2'1 R HarrisMuttle K W llnrrelsonM .
u "On the firs* point. while it I. Unfortunate No 1 9(14, Shock I. Hf-SulKlUtslon of 1 ft. K 815 ft I
HOURS: P to 12.SO. 1 :80 to (. Poll HXL.I:- -Kllllna: station' store, .. Ultuks I. J. K N. O and I'. Mathew :The said land belnir assessed at I .r. Harris. J Stephens
poultry i-a lie Ii. irilclv.a IK.twei. 'n Kit' *' I that the vegetable oil market Adrtltlun to 1 Residence Phone 174- a I in Iii,'". and 8alnt I Cloud Kqulppcdmid I I Is otf and the oil miller cannot offer The said Inml twlnA'I ..assessed nt the name of Llr.r.i. Muse Rst UnlessHalil i U 'U.mTQ'rrk n % tins Atrnew.Milton .
stocked Call. or write AllenrciHdltk the date. of Issuance of Said i'art If!- certificate shall be redeemed ac- : I'Ii-der.
Office Phone 158 . HI"" 1.). 2. KlHHlinmeL- I' what the seed are really worth, It Is eaten In the name of Taylor and Halllday '.ur.ln. to law tax deed will Issue : I Stout Mrs A. o. riodaerM

better to accept what the miller can Utile". mild ....rtlll.a...s shall on the 4th day of April A. UdMli M Cadel rs. W. CH ltase..loliti .
riil HM.i' ':--one two-Iurn.'r" oil tin rrd-M.mi.d according to law tax H f< OadelM J Humes. .
sto\"*.. cot and pad : child auto one afford to give than to allow the oil to deid will Issue on the 28th day of 1112. T I. OVKRSTREKT A. 5"'nl"mi'r. F. S OllbertII .

do. *>.<.n lidjuHlaliltvlndovsc I I .l censall be destroyed when It Is needed so March A..If. 121 Clerk rl.ul Court Oacpola Count).. ,1. M PmlthR \V Alderman.Oeo .
P. A. VANS AGNEWATTOrtN'FY In uoo"] roiiclltlon. and at a l>aiK .- .1. 1.. OVKRHTHKITT.' Florida. S Flovd I*. Oardner.Cnrson .
t ..ln. at 4"6 t MnHi Blri-ot. J\-lH8l -AT-I.AW use cotton seed as a fertiliser rioildaCircuit -- I ; L LupferV Alexander Aker-
In < Ireulf 4 ourt of fkr Hrveateenthlinllilnl W Rall .
( Court *8cal 11-61 < \ mnn
01.rin-s FOII Htil.lo:-'lra Mirr-il Inilnilr >ououlirsnur Is to throw away the oil of the seed :. --- ( Ireult of the **<.... of "'100'1I. II \\'. Roll R 14 Jones _

116 South Orange Avenue suit Krsprfrult K"' >.r uf flew for oil I. not plant food; In fact It Is IN 1lin CIIUUIT r-OUUT OK 11113 ..... sad fur Oiu-rolii ( onnt>. !. .lu A MchwplkarKI N-i. overstreet
creM nltl-i .0''..... .beuianlnK. to bc*.r It will, retard plant foNVI; NTI'I'NTII I I:I JI'IHCIAI. rl RC1li'IF ( hum-err.' Henry II.. Howard. 4 om- 1 S I. r.upfiLiilifer' .\. I1: ThetmasI .
nI.-cl' t fuse nt res ..f good I..... moat "I believed that ( mi: !sTAin' OK H.OKII. IN l l"lManf. .... HlMBcbe I.erlrnde ....- I I I-: I T.ner
Orlando. Florida ( of which. In specially nda-ilnl lot4rUM growth. ANn Pol' ( l'-rioLA" COUNTS IN aril r.pond.t.llluill . I': Hall J Cooper
tiiMure and all ef w hteh IN I Ielvareil "Cotton seed contain plant food but CIIANfrilY I I.. H. tvhltlni-k. Comllaliiant ; ( ((!-' I-1 ..ATIO> ..1.1,1.I I H M I'fnrin
Mud unilrr pli vl smsll ; Y. ratia ThoniiiH O IIo-i.l. "t lllhRn A., I.. PavldsonL .
1 Home Addre H : tin.iinl IM srood usrilen : .. I his when the seed are applied. It is not r..al"d..nt.. H1I..I TO QlTlnr( Tl It' nppeiitlnu 1 bv afVda\lt( appeniledto I t. 1itiss I Parker _

4 Winter Park Florida t.I.... Is <.<.nienten I I on "rlt'k read mill Is i.loseti possible : R1'.VTI (ii.' ri OUlUATO latlHi tutu Illinih (lirtiiidilIiianril, \ M M Miller
1.- MI.h.nil. church and Mblpiilnw .. ..- the crop properly. It puts the plant 1"1. 'I'hi.itititi: CJ liiiii: and nilzaneth IM a liiili-n Mlilent of tin. Ptati of Floi I I' Sli'tak.-v. Mrs _A A. WemplA

th*... It Is prlceil to Neil Had IM food on the land In lumps as represented H.-Id. lila wife; Homer Itunm.'. Ida nnd 'In'r lust known re.uili'niintis n II \\'oudnllCrow Mrs Mi.lie l..dlo.
- -' -- - n ort 10,. of i.I use I..,......-..tit..... *4eeDrnnln. n i It-a S Caiand \\m ItoHwell ( 'liliauu. I Illlnoln and hat sit.is \r l .1 ili.i Mirv F ' .
si t.s...U.. ..r LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW unknown Yon tlttI for ntdeiiil, that tin. mild lion .1 ... i's M ('isner.
--- -- "It takes the seed a long time to and inch of situ I .
role 1-1.\1.1': (......r..II"I.. stlnc-i' In aii In i-i-li\ <...mll.II'.I.,1 to appi. i: III "i.fddciit difindaiit. be tutu H'|' Is bin fu"1 < I tt\ ulth I two. l.ils baiKalii i willaiiept decay and become plant food In fact I Iii' nlxipntlllid iniiKi (.n in In.fort-I b\ .....ul'.d' to nppiar to tin bill of I I I. Neal I J K IHllatelO .

1 l..r.l. III u.od. i "million. In no great amount of the plant food In tin I Till ilnt of Manh .A. 1) I 1121 omplilnt. filed til said cnusi on itrIn M MiOu'feV PloetX
TO .f..re MmuliHi., .< 41 h d April M \ 'hlleHans. ('of ter.It .
Warner .MI 11 p mi nt Si i- I M 1o i l'Ii.tlt.r1'laInttnei I Ml puilleH ilaln.lnir an Intir t.y..r 1'laahpth
Building. 1 l-t f cotton seed Is ever actually used by "HI( In I'he. follow INK ".-HI.i.Hied land .\ Ji I !1"21 othi. .twine. tin atailoits M ..I m.1
.. I citeFarmers' of Nald bill will In. takin as coiifissidb .1 \ InionRi II. It Kale I'.
-- the As evlderce of this we H..lIll1nl. 72 fei t rant of the \
crop.
w------ ;', I- ; ;:; ;:: ;; :: ;:; outhwiHt roi.n...r of Illoi.UV" of \ sit 1.1 defi'nilalit. H. ,ddett. .1 V\'. Thompson
..44...+.+. ............... I ij,{ ..\holii I. .i.r.l\iouiit( t>' lind Hill$1") < K.IO.Iokei pitnin I Bulletin 286 of the United Hinrv A Matin, w'H Addition to tin' It I IH flirllnr ..tiit-r-l. hat this ....rbi I I. I': I HI r hamllanse H. H..rr..1

I lunnlH. at' ( ..iitt. .. of II. <. I II I -IfUoK States Department of Agriculture page lown of KlKKltnmii: (Yltrinrllfci I "puCillHlnil\ I (iii.-i a wiek for fontonH.cutKe ,I.: I IT .
M. TILLER 'The seeds lull then .. Haul BO r..1 t 111..noe Noitll. (- n Cl kit I In 1bp KlHslinntei \ 1..1' II. 1. HuhlIIIIams. '
- --- -'- - 8, from which we quote 223 % let-i I II...".... \\int 12 i4 f..ftthinri Val I <'\ O.ar.ilti.. I iuwspapcr plll.h. H 1""lho.n C \\' .
.
SM ll r Chi' 'up' ". ". I luii l k foul, liRood are Incased In hulls which must decay . Smith 7114 r., I tin.nee Ea"' II said <"ouiitand State III I *< 'I I itt-i- n T HronsonS .
I iiinnlnu, nidi l in" will, I It nle 72 flit . This. iHt danf Manh I'UII I 1 1I \ d > tV S Urtihiim.
.. utilize the ,,, and 1 Ihinii South 1 111 r..1 to "I..1
R-M MLd-M.5.1-! !! ItitCititi II I mil, inn. KIIIH.1! .pi inn. before the crop can tin. .plate of hi...lntilnu All lying ill I l >i' I.:HMTRKFT.cli : .r (' ".liiul.lt n I ii-kerson.
$<;IMI one f.nod H. uinu I in i.t Inn, *' plant food In them and the kernels and l...Int. n part of 14l..ctV or HildIl -rk ('ill'lilt.('. '. llvceoln. County / 1".rH..n S It. Aultman
$1 I Ii also otln' rUII.I'u"11"1".d. '
r p H lorldiiICIR' '
'n
retard ,'nr>' ,\ Alithiw 'H Addition, to the \\ 'IRr'nr. llass
Is to
lint. lati l ban \prtl I. one II.HIHIlIllHi contain oil which supposed I 'UIT COURT Si: VII '
Realty Bought and sold. Town of 1,1..m.i ('it" s Inrlda. und. I I M ii( .T t Mnss
111. 01 I t" 0 II till. ii,.,mi lot their decomposition BO that consider ..r Th.imiiB. I I H..Id mill I l7ahpth| S IKllltl"TI'' J". : I 1Hi lIsts
,i..l and wifi. H I 1.1.1. ki' son \.1 F"
Houses rented. Iltililiti i 11..1.1. tile wlfi. lloiinr 'iiinl.Itiiitlbit 12 Tit n Mach
: : '
Is required to decomposethe "rln ml
able moisture
I. I 11 -tfcI CharliH s ,' rnnd Urn P; I 1.i... .. \V Bell
Taxes paid and Titles verifi- ,. RAJ.R-O"I'-- .I-- seed and make artflable the plant any of the ,.;me l 10. .1. ,..-iiiii'd. Hum..v:1 I TiN TUP CIRCriT COl'RT OK TifF Mmr I PI. L..v. L IAlford I .4
I OR Tli Klictllo Wall SltbNTJtl-NTll: MTKK-IAL. CIRCfIT
CT
of dry wlHi' claimiiiK, an inteiim. I Wilder JessieYates
food In a very season .
ed non-residents. case .
for .
Plate Practically ni'w At a reasonable of whone r.-si.l.-it-i's' and' . (iiTIl I- STATF OK FLORIDA IN WC Millet fj. \i
prlci. Apply Valley Oa It does not become available fast AND FOR OSCOLCOttNTY.| IN: .. lo.r.
Fire Life and Accident In- arc unknown You and i ai'h of \ ouan Tic T M .
rette 7-tf enough to supply the crop and no hi.ri.loinniandid. to Itpp..nr In. CHANCKKY EMMA RorjKRS, Complainnnt I II OQtilnnP M n Ca rson
--- - - -- \irsilH T. R Rale". et 81H..nd..nt" '
surance. the alosent It l,'i.1 ratine' on or hefori 0 S."lun. ( .. RnndyFmma. .
I I'lilt K,M.P On.. Nnoli lourlnK. on innil doubt a portion of It falls to become the 4th daof April A P 1921ITNIss 1 HIIL TO QITIKT TITLI'ORIirit (; N .. Yonvell

Indemnity Bonds one HHVI eH KP\en- pasH. liKett.iurliiK available until after the crop matures' \\' : the Honorahli (' O An1riwn. or I'UHLICAI: THE .1 I. fWerstn Nettle YowellAlmena .
lar Ii.t th of thinat bar Judfre of the aho\e Court and STATE OF l-IOnil V KI OlltiertNnthrtn _
I Kiln prliis \V H Miklnson: Oltr' "A table on page 9 of this bulletin nn' on rn.' an Clerk HH'r..of and th<- TO. T H. B..I.'Y. and his wife If hehe : HrnnT Mrs F I.aln..r.Fd..rd.

_ _ _ _ 2tII'i shows that a difference of 303 Ibs Ural. of fluid' Court at KlHHlrmnie. Onrp- marrU ; Thomas R Rail'v and (' Woodall .T. .T. .
- loin otinty "Florida on the 31st day Sarah A alley his wife: William K (' Ytrsnn. 1. J. fpnnlnA'
F KRinH!' \\' J. STHKD >U SAI.IC -Two l>oi s suits 4 yiar of seed cotton per acre In favor of ''or Tieremlit A l) ] 'i2ftiClHft'IT Hudson nnd his wife. If he be .. *'dTorcciih : .fohnR L Reaes W .1 Steed .
old "'Z'-. \ ,'l\it. one dark blue. one cotton seed meal as compared with f ofltT "I-AI.) II, Hul"of and his wlr. If heIn D Oiili Alhln. Smith
KRIBBS & STEED dark Kit'en. KUHHHI|, stvlf, white .1 I.. OVHIl!' TRnFTAH mArld. < a collar and eifl'ii. detuchabl Neal lv cotton seed was obtained In a test Cleilt. of th. aho\i Court. wl. be married ; Albert J. Oard- .\ (t 14.St
," : ""Uor..,. asd ou..rI..ra at L... new. / tplS' 301 Main strict 4B.If where twice as much cotton seed was KHIHIIIRTI.I':". and' his lfe. If it.. be mnrrli :
t KlMslssniee. Florida Solicitors for Cnniplalnant 4-I I3t (Cliarli H losiand William N Canby. xo-rlItoe' AIUMIXIHTHTOR
General srsiptlce I. 'all "I.le aad FOR SAL.B-One Emer.on Typewriter used as meal. as Trusties. of the Fstate of Joseph ( for Final '

1 I ....d 54ta .. 4'ourlM.J. model three, visible a. good a. new "South Carolina Experiment Station I In Cluiilt. .I Court foi the Si\enti..."'IiJuitiIzil R Tlintiini, deceased Charles R Loreand I DI..rl.
j Apply Valley (Qazett tf other southern l'lr..ull I of thi. Stiitr rlorlila William III Camb\ as Trustee I. C'nur. nf the C'onrjtp Jadsre. Osnia(015i
tests and tests of tour
----- ttiidr the
and
-- us
-- - --- Ex..ut.r.
In and for oniiola (Count In la.tVII ?. State of r-lorlds.
1-olt S.\ LE. lot Hint. lurnisliiilIdioms I states show that a pound of a well (.h..Y; |ia\fd l 1.1.d. ,inmplalnantH and Te. ..llm..11 of Jioui-tth R. .
W. THOMPSON nnd N. Tri. .IRH ("It irdH. 10cints I |dcrt>"... lantum and her .
Fli' mixed fertilizer will Ida MaI.lo\d. iiHpondint Or- Anll. ] In ri r.tatp of Tositpli D TeffordnNotl.e .
balanced producea
J
L
laih nt The tiazelte office41tf hiiKhand If married ; Percev .
dir liiiI'ulilict.tli.ii Tin state of Is hen birlven. to all whom
pound and more of seed cotton. A Florida to Ida, Max\ Lliiid. ItniiVi rant T'tntum and his wifeIf he be mar- It ",,,. ..."....rn. thAt on the 1Zth day
'Fullera1, DirectorAND test In Alabama shows that It took IRth stnet. India napollH Indiana or | rl,'d ; L..n R Tantum W and Tantum hI. wife and If of !Mnv .\ D 1921. I shall apply to
married Ida
WANTED. elsewhere and all whom It mav ,ion he he ; the H..r hl.' T I. Comer ludtre of
3 pounds of cotton seed to produce a cern You an. iter'ty commanded tolie her huahnnd If she be married and saId Court as ..Iu"or Probate for

\\ANT13D' I7ti bunn old. trunk In pound of seed cotton. and. appiar In the ahoxi enlitlid \loln Tantum and her husband. If im' final dlsiharore as Administratrix
suttabli. : 0: lu for HhlppiiiRKiiods : cause on the Rule raIn April, A. D she lie .a..led. all of whose re..ld..nand YOU- of the ....tnt. of Joseph O Jeffords,

LICENSED: : EMBALMER north Inquire. ot u of hereby
'p Sanke; at No. 25 Main Btieet clt14ltX\ oth,'rwlae the bill of complaint filed and each you a. above entitled present to said Court my final accounts -
In
of cotton seed and complete fertiliser In said cause will be taken as confessed to appear as Administratrix of SB Id estate -
i
before the 7th ofMarch
day
s.- muse on or
Store and Chapel Stewart Ave. *, there Is no doubt that it will against you Witness the Honorable A. f). 1921 : and ask for their nnprnval
C. O Andrew's Judge of the March 17th '
ANT.I..rm. Wanted to hear as Dated A. n mat
: KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA from owner of farm or good land pay to sell the seed 'and buy the far above court and my name as Clerk TO: The heirs law of John B Hud MAYMR JEFFORDS.
und..rh.
for sale for fall delivery L, Jones timers. thereof and the seal. of said ','ourt. at son deceased4 of'John :B.The d..vl..1, .. ", and. 14t Administratrix.
Illinois Klsslmmee, Florida on thin the Srd .
Postofflce Hox 551 Olney Wit
Interest In the "-- ,- - -
"In exchanging: cotton seed for cot. day of March A. )). 121 claiming: an .
land hereinafter described under John
\ANTFJU-A lady who Is going lIorIhla \h to. seed meal. It will be well to remember .1. t.. OVKRSTREHT. R Hudson deceased or otherwiselaiming MEASURING CHILDREN

T sprlnit to accompany. atldcrlv If the food 1s to Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola County ,' an Interest therein; The
that plant
FIn rid IN THE RURAL SCHOOLS
DR. BUCRMASTER lady citing to Iowa Inquire or11': '' a heir. at Inw of R. Tantum. deceased -
: I I'hll" 320 New York A\inue Kfs a be take Into consideration that a ton JOHNSTON(CIRCUIT!' COURT& OARRI-TT 8KAF) ; The .. .10..11 under the Will

slmniiiFARMKH8 of meal coatalns three time more Counsel for complainant 124ttV of Joseph R Tantum, deceased, and Miss Harriet Sherman who waswith J
I Interest In the
all claiming: an
--Send today for a free phosphoric acid than a ton of seed; land parties hereinafter described under Joseph the state board of health for

KISSINNEE'SOSTEOPATH and sample Stockman copy of published the Florida at Farmer Jacksonville two and one-half times more nitrogen %OTIC".. FI..I AD"INI"'I'R4.TORCFo. DlM-harsre) R. Tantum. deceased or otherwise some time. and later, had charge of

Tells about livestock raising and one and one-half times more calrnlnA' an Interest therein: and the Red Cross work in the southern

dairying poultry. citrus fruit potash than the seed contain." I. ( eurt of the. Hlate t ammty of ..u.Florida..... OneeolllConatr. AIL Interest In IFfh.r following persons, claiming describedland an fort ion of the state has been asslitwiff -

and trucking weekly at $1 00 per which land described In Miss Albina Smith this week in.
rttar-three years for IZ.00. Onlylivestock ..
this to-
the Rill of Complaint In case
In re Estate of Andrew Cotti'rinnn.deceased and children in
and general farming measuring weighIng
paperIn
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS wlt The West-half (Wft of the
the state Write today HW > of the the rural schoolsof Osceola county.
Southwest quarter ( 4)
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE Notice Is hereby given to all whom
: WANTKD AT ONCE-Small cottage or : ARE READ VERY CLOSELY It may concern that on the 10th day Northw quarter (NW'4) of Section Mils Sherman is a graduate nurse,

i Corner of Clyde Avenue bungalow for summer; must have of May A. r>. 121. I shall apply to Fourteen (4. Township.. Twenty-five CU end the law requires such aid in undertaking -
: 25) Twenty-nine
bath : must be furnished ; must be : Advertise your; wants in the Val- the Honorable T T* Comer of Judge PioliatP.for of. Cast 'containing" twenty ((20) acres.more the work that Miss Smith,
said Judice
: and Enunett Street reasonably-priced" Write to "Bungalow ''ey Gazette. If you have property mv court final discharge as as Admlnlstratrlx or less, under T. R haley and county canning1 and home demonstration -
care The Qaxettp 8-tf his wife. If he he married : Thomas R cub
'for sale or exchange, or rooms for of tin estate of Andrew Cotterman his wife agent tarryinJ on. After ,,
_ _ _ dpceased and that at the same Hal lev and Sarah A. Balel" ;
--- AGENTS WANTEDI rent a small advertisement in our time I will to said Court my William. Hudson and .., If he be this work shall completed

.. r lassifled\ columns will put you in final accounts prisent a. Administratrix of married : Joseph H Hudson and his throughout the county it !I.
OU touch people you Haiti .stati'; and ask for appro\ the of Miss Smith that
wanted In KlsHimmee to ."-11 the al Hudson and hi. wife. If he be married hop
CITY I the Ronulne J. R WatkIns modi reach. 48-tf. Dated March RAD 1921 : Albert J. Gardner and hi. wIfe KissiVnmee, will have the

t1 no., Hptce*. extrnrtn. tollft pr*'I parntitinn ni.iZAnr.TH ITTI-RMAV: If he he married ; Charles H Love and lame examinations performed
etc All or npttliliii,<' As'iinilrful Every dollar of your income tax 13-9t AdmlnlHtratllxMCI'K William M Canhas Trustees of the
opport unity to get Into Fstato of Joseph R Tmitum, d..e...-
UBinons for > out s*-If \\'rlt*. today goes into the common till for the 1 -K Klllt IM hilt'4'I'IOX.Dipartment ed : Charles H Lore and William Greeks and Romans flavor their

MEAT MARKET fur r'i ri-i' ..n'lIl'ul"r., I und nn triple J. common jrood Pay it today. Camhy ns Ttust.-es nnd as I S"tOM, I wines bv the leaves of violet -
H ntklna f 62 under tlvn last Will and Testament .epinj
". cilitl.Rny. Memphln of tin Intirlor U 8
It.nn<.sure. 3-Jitx Subscribe for the Valley Gazette Land OfHie at (aln.B\lll.. KlorldaKilnuar Joseph V Tantuin. deceased : AnnieM and ros. the liquid until it
If she* be
\ 12. 1121Notice Tantmn and her hl..l.nd. acquire the odor.
-
MISCELLANEOUS. -- --- Is t..r..h" given that .lamesTatiH ".rrh',1 kl'-rci-y L Tantum Stud his

Fresh Mea.t and of I.o k.ini-c. l-'l lo ri.Ida. who. on hV be married ; Leon H Tan

I (" M'H1H I tiMAN would like IIOMtion !- ON YOUR WAY NORTH STOP .1-iiiuiiv IN liliti. made. II.inipstendFnti thin IdaN.and Tanfum his wife and If h..r he husband.lie married If she U"Ridel pipes, corn robs are now
No 016741 foi, lx t 7 of *4eitii'fltii.
itottii-r's In- llchthtiai >
iii lp. 01 at and the sources of furfural used in the
: ( ; tl 1 S Itniilt.. 14 I n. Tiillaltaa'i' hi m".I..1 mid, Viola Tantum
.
.. Tnwjishlp
VegetablesPhone w .I k U""I j plain>] < Mtk \\ rite)
JACKSONVILLETHE .1. Ifan
I "I. T ," 1 HloflU. lox 62. Saint I IN M.I 1 ititiii. hUH nUxr .."tI. i, ffintintlon hi'r hunhand If she 0 m.tl. making of dve.l.' adhesive an In-
& (Imxl I 1..1..1.111.. to make Th..r. : t ear I.r..r. \ of the same he dcceamd. nr otherv I sertieide l 1 other articles. ';
----- ._-- HOTEL WINDLE to establish hunt 'lo thi hind abovedirfrlllieil |K< claiming an '"I.r..1 III the alovpderil.iuI .

44 01.1'l l T.1VP: I I..al Ui-HI'ro ItiHtirnnrtCom Under the management and befon. (Mi'rli Cliilllt Court' land A whoto, result-n-YOU 1
same ur-known
it wish... HiileHrnan foi thin KlHslinin.M Vloi I.la. on. the 2f>th day <'en and addresses ,1'"
pa )
I at the same reasonable rates A of March 1921 and ,'ae'h of you artlturhy command-
ltorStniMln
omit \ and Joining tf 11 \ tlu'ahisii entitledeiiune '
,id to In
for reservation will POSI- clilmnnt namis as witnisi'< HQ RPI..r
r l (irii atnl l"du"lrIAI Ilicnolirirs request 4th of
the day
r. Miller of l.okomi KloildaI" \ on or I.ror"
lII"nlhly 1)ll'mllllll"u.I i corn TIVELY assure you a room. J M I':drlK. of I.oknHee. FlorlIA April. A 11 1921VtITNFSS
iit'i'tIiil.I health li and netidint .poll
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING <'l 10" foi.. iiirn antI v onion,. AdIm,5M, Strictly modern steam heat cafe; Oanl i ItaxR of K.naiiB\lll.'. l.irldt : Tiidue the of 10n..r"I. Court C O AnrtrewH and- DUVAL HOTELtnffmmltr :

Stutt. !MtnaKei'.. I'ontitIiItcix I 1117lackHonv close to everything. Tlilly Ouv of 5t'
.' AU Work Guaranteed __ Ill.. 1. lot.Icln I I.3tx ASK TilE TRAVELING PUBLIC 10-Btx ROUT tV T\V1S...... '..rMllOlfM H.nl"' rti.ntan of Hald Court at Klssimnie. (...<.eola P..l ilfier) "

r"uIII1"I..rl.I". on II.list d.tyrf
S1CONl) HAND Ofnn l bought. sold 1020ciit
lierimher \ 1 > FLORIDA
WINDLE .
HOTEL I'ltOt I AM \ ION
and r..pnlr.The Casino 44 tfIJPT JACKSONVILLE
A.B.YODERP < I ('i'n' couin Ftr-AD \

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA d 'In .I L (uvI-Iu4TTtlFT. 100 Rooms 50 Baths \
ITndi r anil Its th.t..a I r Ht< -
t Itt'MY. KITIni'SV--IH 'ito 1obunsafe
\ Clerk of the ahoM Court
." mi,. I I. .T S Cutlet Mav.n if th" .ity s
oDe 324 Kiuimmee, Florida IA It ""I'mll""nl" YUII KInimtiieil"toritta.. .!I.. h'r.l") an I KRIURS & srrrKO.i.llrltois All ss-Mler* ln.pr.vrrstnp .1..0'.
.
u ant n lift'-I"TII; 101l..ln.*< You rAil 4-Ut
I..r .. .. ii. rbiii'' that nncleitlMi for CoinpLtlnint h ... least Bateau nltk- .
i.e. I 1 Ilitn 1I..h h n hll..III"HH. Hf 111 n trmor "" pioclilm aid .. 11.1.. > ..
j < luau I 137'alhlll ptodtntHilln III For Six Months will he 1..1 I nl the < llnan. - I-: on t .IJM | .... 3.OO erpers
. ... .
A Woman Wrote The Canby News .rt tn fnrniprH If \ ou OW" auto In Kilil< <'ltduring the l.uil. hoursof "I.1 ... -
IVIinn., December 10, as Follow.: Unit.-i, i. r.o and, I IITllIiiN I (( THIII
I I
years ago was bedfast off and on f.liita, inc (.ftli i-ix f itt i th t Ii"I im of .. .I..r '
'
>f'rHonn 1 nun-I l.a. \\ Inn k '
'I IfanysutMcnlxnask.hal you think o Rat.Snap, r OH I i HIM: \ noN or" ,p\ 11'1. \l. 1X .
tnt thcm ill the"lx.t nat ciurrmnutor I know kit \% Ith Mtf HI.lllnu h*'Ip*. .r.J "r\rH In for about.u on .\ t ai \ i/ si .H.MII lilsTI'K, I .\ l,,.>-t:ite.l ,
J hUfllnoHH. JO(MMI( 000 l list-i| M Of MIT On.It.ic.r ..r I I ofIIMI
:U I takln.our.oatacom had lull. In 1 0nthe. Bufferlag '. to bite "nlrd ,11. II.tr'I'.II".
were ; wing our lr".II""H \\'lIt ,. for I"rnrmlllinn f (On (1"1'1.! > anti Tix: ( oil < tor .
i ,
'" li < ount\ a a speilalmi.
cellar I uard naplorl..oday.and rat*. has from tens' .
1 e ..h..r. on c nn i.r.-t ttrrltorv .1 ItWntkliiB out "r..n",11 i ...I tint I ii I said H.H.I[ I alli-l I ror' "I ,oil
neared oul-"l ell'ly. Tbrec&izc:J5 G.5C.$1. t CompniM U"pllrtni."t I 111Inonn I 1 1. Inlne trnijbl I "'I"| ',. .to Hir\e for tin t it im 'f Iwo. I.M k .. in Hitifd\ \pril ICih.
,, .
Sold '. y ftiH' Tltiitnt mt 'r of th) *- "Jt > .
sod guMalltccd by :llInn'H..III. I 13-!lx .doctored with I .uno'll I !<2liihlI l
( <
a i\TKAl. ItHI(i .ITOlin ------ p !( twodltf.rent I h..r.<.by appoint. T N rl.H.r\ M< .
'
FOR RENT OH 'un1 ATIOXOK "The Store"Ammunition
( r
:
OlEH.A JIAltlWtltlGoIrANy I doctors ithuttt-r. and H. l > ( .vile. us In"T"- Tn. Sportsman
: _____ but clerk of A MI'K< 11. "t"OI.IH"'I'RU'T. .
- tors. and J M Illnon as I
Felt HI-NT l-lcht h aid Fishing Tackle Athletic
;i rooms, bedrooms also nraffi. Would to do m. any wltniss. whereof I have hireunto. : ,
Pat Johnston P GARRET like couple wbo going to .t"vov..r .4-tn, WIthe undersigned persona rep-
are C rood. I set mv hand as Mayor of said City Camping Baseball T enni..
was jetting -
suminrr Rates ch,'ap Mr.. and caused. the HI al of said Cltv to be resentlnir more than one-fourth of the Go.
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW W. H Swain 322 Church strnet rlty won an hereunto affixed this 25th day of February qualified ..Iector who pay a tax on and Football Goods. Dog

t 14-2tc the u... A. trtand cam. and told A D 19Z1 real or personal property within the Uni-
Baseball
hereinafter mentlom territory petition Furnishings. Cutlery
m*> to write to th* mptcUUmu at Dr. (SEAL) JOHN S rrF.L.'
Offices 10 11 and 12 Osceola Band FOR RENT-Furnish!'d flat W. R.Harrl. of the CIty of KtsslmmePFlorida. : the Board of Public Instructionof
Mayor
: PVwo1ImraUd1 forms. Tennis Rackets
... Oasrtte office14tf ,Hotel la Bu-talo. Osceola County, Florida, to I re-18.me

Buflding.KISSIMMEE. _ n ;N. T. iM>< ......-. ..... .......'t4tt Attest: election to determine whether eI day. Out Board Motors and Felding
,' FLORIDA. as .azoed4 Iwrw. J. R the following described i
Under the new military reorganization toW so aa. -&MJ' ( OJ.RERT.. 14t formed Into a Special Tax Schootnl..lrl..t Row Boats. .
.. ..UktrrDtv PI.rc.'s ...ertt. .I
haven'tE4 law there will be 250 chap *rescpUee.Q.4en>Ue4Uaal DUoov- CONTRACTORS Beginning n.t the Northeast cornerof SNORTING GOODS
;* 4IIr band-"But. my dear I lains in the United States army I .WWtPKsUwat P-ll4K" NOU'I TO Township 25 South, Range 2* East JACKSONVILE

lIaid, single word." Wife-"No, but aooarsUBX Notice U hereby given that bids and run thence West on the Township COMPAY
:L Oil," 'been listening in tho moat intlng The French call river-power green i\)" s1tcwtJaBsv." ii4 tn a kort Urn I will be. received by the Board of line o"ta the coW: where Shingle W. 'Bay JaeksssviU.I .
I 'U .welL -- Creek Ihenee.outh.riy -
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and from the
manner.-Browning's Magre. / coal tidal-power ocean
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oat. *. DeL tX All druggists. County. Florida up to and and easterly following the meanderings -
blue coal. I 10.00 A M on Monday (he Incudln"l of said Creek to a point whereC .



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: i 4 New pieces Flowered, Voile, 40 inclies wide, $1 value, yd. 49c Have Received 40 NewlVolle' Dresses' all colors of the rainbow I

no two alike; the price.-think of it, each $3.98

I piece Grey Organdie, 36 inches wide, per yard .' 49c *>,.l

> Heavy Grade 36 inch Unbleached Muslin yard He
per
I. 1 piece (Grey Voile, 36" inches wide, per yard 49c ._ <_ .

'I' 75 New, Hats for Ladies; no two alike' ; ready to wear. We received -
36 inch,( White'Mercerized Voile:, per ynrd. 35c all ,I
this same amount two weeks ago and they are
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36 inches' wide, per yard 7 $1.98 .- THEY ARE GOING AT HALF PRICE
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cake were -dispensedwith'!. n liberal"hantl. 1 salad, cake anti' Tee cream played important horhood about her homo at 221 Verona 004{84 S 4 Y4{G44GSri}:{ { ; 9{{ ti {,; .-},r{ { fii:{W4.WI
:; f } parts-and l happiness reigned was. quiet, and every effort was I
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F IN SOCIETY'S REALM supreme for the commencement of made by the! many who greatly esteem ''I .
LEFT I YESTERDAY )FOR it, he closing her to avoid every annoyimrc.On .u
HOME: IN: WASI11NCTON I
:11 omlu y special, messengersbrought :
i nm tiers Intended, fnr thin put truant, fthuul' t., ,ha'HI..1 l InHtillHnlU1 aM ew, h' pleasant! season in KisMinmrc, during SOCIAL :MEETING: over dangerous moments -hut her'
n. ,"'''Mlhl,1", ", e III)1/rx/ "r rnnrInK full ,' which they made the purchaseof ,, :lit.". N. C. Bryan, at her residence condition changed for the hotter; and r
fni" must h? "Stii-l. t3form. the Woodward. 1 bungalow/ on :Main corner of Emmett and Clyde, was thereis now every hope that the f
I'liuno;. "II";M"r::: :\ ,ten, o'clm-U:I I' street Id r. and I Mrs. W. I'. Long- (hostess, to the Building Circle uf the !patient will soon commence her pcriol ?"
each Krhlay III,,,'n I"1<. 1 woith t left yesterday for I their home Baptist church Monday aft"l'lIoon'l I ; of convalescence.ADDITIONAL. it {
-oto- I Washington, I 1)). C., for the s.umner. and the gathering proved one t tha' ---- I "SATURDAYt.
LEFT FOR NORTH Two sons, one with a family, \vas of much excellence in every way LOCAI S.
; AFTER SI'ENIHNCJ: SKASONMrs. ire 1'.mall1'llgin' Kissimmee and,! (w- ,i and( ferreted the large attendant : .....:
. C.V.. Fleming, who is one iipying; the home recently )purchas- which was present. There was music There will IK- held an illlJlol.tantIII1'l'Iintr '
of the regular winter visitors! m I Kis- I 1.'<1. The family is a valued acquisition \ ''- and tomersation, and there wererefreshments of the ('hamier) of Commerce WM. S. HART
Hiniinec, left for her home in Hillsdale r
to this city. of sandwiches, punch this evening/ Kvery utizen ,, .
Michigan, on Wednesday. and craclveishile' ,, ; the voluntarycontrlbutiuns should lie.
present. 1
IJASkE'THALI.:: -:.111 leachctl the sum of In His Best Picture
;I VISITOR FROM: INDIANA ClVEN; ; DINNER: : PARTY $1.7) GOES TO JACKSONVILLE :Mr. and :\Irs. .1. L. Overstrt-et on ,, 'nie % isitors were, :lit'I ". W.V.. yesterday" marked' a m.-mornim to ,
After spending a n very enjoyable Friday evening" were host lend ho.lu'x Bell :\11'1.: I B.! (Carson :Mrs. A. (C. the late C.V., Ward-through whoseinstrumentality : "THE TESTING BLOCK"ADDED
, ( ) the -tand was erected *
two weeks with her .llIught'r.1'q.! to the girls basketball learn and Chapman. :1L'i 1 E.: F. Collier. :11rs.'nnell' .
t C. E. Wiggins, M.l.: : H. Reynolds I''' the boys haskcthiill leant lit a delightful L. R. I''I'IIH'I'1: ,.s. I E. 1L 1't) someears" ago
,, left on Saturday for Jacksonville,' oyster dinner-I the addedgutsts l where she will make an extended being. five leathers" of the :III..... (c II. tmlltharn111; :\ S. II. S. daughter, regular! winter( visitors,. to :
1 visit with her son- later returningto I high I school. The home of the OveistitHts ( Cadger, Mrs.: E.: S. Hall, Mrs: O.) C. Kissimnu-c" who have teen' spending f. ATTRACTION I
her home in Richmond, Indiana I,, at (21:( j :Main s tired, waschaimingly :McLane, :Mrs. O. :Nelson; :Mrs. RanI the season at 12Itrark: /) street left == ,
- '' I home i UHIIrF')1"LJ.I l ) : 'rIII.1 : ( I
arranged" for the occasion I st-m, :Mrs. Sloan, :Mrs, Julia! Smth.Mrs. t on SlItul'dafor their .summer -I "I.I.XS":
ENTERTAINED MISSIONARY i I and l t the natal day of Saint 1 1I |, : 1 Eli/.abcth' Warlllg'III"; :' :M.' C. in t lr" hard: NI hraska. | i: If
SOCIETY TUESDAY AFTERNOONAt ; I I Patrick was hastened by nearly a ,,illiyan/ :Miss' Hall, :Miss Jo Hall, :Miss' 'j Splendid little uhulhan home of I
4 the home of Mrs. W. E. San- ,' week in the way of dpCOI'lit 101111. I'1.lolli"1: ( Lain.CONDI'I'lON ."> lot1-, (lit; orange trees just beginning (i f AFTEROOON NIGHT
derson Tuesday afternoon Mii..1.' II. Favors of hats for the girls and : __ I to bear, some 20 fine young peach
Ransom and! Mrs. W. II. Jones were I' motto snaps for t the boys. were ,distributed I :; (OF :MRS. I.UPFKR: I trees; line-l' kind of shade. Good : 15 and 25 Cents 25 and 35 Cents | /*

y 1'osU-ssert to the Missionary 'Societyof and the entire evening was |Iis SOMEWHAT: ENCOURAGING(; five-loom house and outbuildings i .. ....... .... .... .. ..,,. ...... ...... ....
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1 the Baptist church, and l a most interesting one of. 'lIj..yment-not the least being ::111'';. S. L. Lupfer was taken very I Terms at $2750. Nelson Realty '
{ and profitable program I the "yells") given for the .-ntertaincrs lilt last Friday with what threatened I; Company. | "*
was carried out under direction of I I by the entertained. Therewas ''to be double pneumoniaand for several ? td4lbs
Mrrf., Bertha Chapman. The attendance 1- '(' a three. course dinner in whidislewed ,, ) days her condition, was. pro- C. C. Tike, one of the prominent visitor lions regarding values, wa.- near" r "
was plf'a..inan" iced tea and'' oysters) fried I ovsters) lima I''nonneed ttritical. The entire neighki residents, of Saint Cloud, was a disputed, and that when large: IIIten."ts 'lc\\,
Mr.
.. .: in Kissimmee yesterday. :, desired information that was': ''
--- - - ---- - -- -- Kissimmee
I Pike is a candidate for the mayoralty extremely accurate the officials' : ,.- Grocery
l 1Ar-u--tApr-t -I.. %.- fl-a-1.11r 1... .J14f I! of his city -and has received the endorsement cured the services of C. W. Ward
rift 1/1 of numerous strong factors For some years he has, not been .
in Saint Cloud for that !position. active in business becau-e yf an 1- '' 23 Broadway '
S The ballot-battling promises to be cult-lit, which some "'<-aTago iii- Across From Osceola County
full of interest. j capacitated him from heavy work : tit
DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE M. 1. STOUT W. S. Potter, who has been uponan lint' he has ever been a firm !believerin '' Bank
f Prftidtnt CathitT Vict-fridtnt extended business, trip to Lafayette the future of this city and county. .
C Indiana, is once more in Kissiinmee ; Ills death creates a loss, t that wilt i./I
at hisC hurch street home. tilled with difficulty. Pillsbury l Hour ____$1.63
j\ C. Hubert, at' one time interested | Details rejardllthe\ disposition ,I 24-Ls! Gold Medal f'lour___ 1.63
of the Edgewater of the remains -of the deceased have 24 ibs Self
in the Flour
proposition I Rising ..__ 1.48
jt" Farms-but now residing at Mountain I not been received in Kissimmee. IIIfjJ' .

I ft Lake, was meeting some: of his COMES OVERSEAS FOR SPECIAL
n- ,Cf vp + )yid n KissImmee friends yesterday. ,
Robert Reidcl who has been conducting BUT VERY BRIEF VISIT I Calumet Baking Powder-

i Haines City a woodworking for several years plant, has at The county ..;;rt came l-fb can __i___________33e
disposed of his interests there and journment on Monday when a for School Tablet free( with each can.
'assumed I mer resident of Kixsimmce (entereif;
has again personal management
of his shop here where he has and was and I'f't'ojnizedfor all memU-rs half of the the bar audience ;[' Niagara Brand Coffee Ib,__ 39c

: Ii THE HEART OF A BANK.WHERE been Reidel!stationed will eater for many to everything years. Mr.in |i were eager to shake, the hand of I the Shredded Wheat Biscuit, pkg. 14c

: : the cabinet-making line, also at I'visitor.time engaged It was here Lee in Jarrell law at one Pillsbury Bran. pkg. ________18c
which he is acknowledged to have prudi'I'I,
I and his arrival was wholly unexpect-i Kellogs Corn Flakes, pkg_ ul4c

few superiors. ed. | Fancy Corn. 2 cans________ _25c
h Ij the heart fails to perform the functions for :Mrs.Amos"'Akerman Alexander Akerman., son of Mr.of Kis and Mr. Jarrell left here when the call Eagle Condensed Milk can_ 27c t'P I s
I to arms came. As first lieutenanthe
: it is designed, disease, disorder, and ultimately '\ simmee has secured'an appointment was on. the Texas border-and, I
t : to West Point-and will frO there to SPECIAL
,
j later he went into the marine service -
.k! : death results to the individual. What I take July. the For the regular/ past year examination the young in I| and was sent overseas. lie held Cold Medal Coffee 1-n>.pkg. 45c ;
important positions in various
''? f fi. i is true of an individual is no less true of d Bank. The man has !been stationed at Columbia, I of that continent, and was portions recognized Shopping Bag (free with each ..
'South Carolina-and has studied
in circles as an authority pound
many
f vital feature of a Batikthe healthy condition of whichis hard for what he i is now in a fair way in many details. I II
i. I to receive: and his wany friends His experiences have been 'I
I many- Best Creamery Butter lt _ _
essential to the safety of its depositors, is the security here will be glad to note his prog- and his brief stay in Kissimmee did f 64c
Nut Oleo lt __ .
I > . 33c
not suffice to satisfy those whom he - - --
: afforded by its loans. The loans made by this Bank ress.Mrs.! W. M. Glasgow, who, with 'met. As, he drove over from Orlando I Compound Lard. !fb ___ _ __ _14c s
j her husband came to Kissimmee! several -:I with H. ('ram ford und couldonly
and '* y 2-lt Snowdrift can _ _ __ 39c
are what known as "gilt edge. We co not seek to months, ago with the intention I I remain" a few: hours his talks )
s / / 'of making this their home, died at : were brief.Following. Palm Olive Soap cale_ __- -10c .;::
make great gains. but are solely solicitous as to the .:their I newly-bought residence in the I the cessations of hostilities f Fancy Potatoes' perk _ ___ 39c ;

PinNlalu- addition on Wednesday Air. Jarrell associated himself White Side Meat, Ib __ __
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18c
safety of our loans. The greatest safety- -not the greatest Deceased
I morning from diabetes.! (: with two others, nnd they commenced -
was fifty-four years of ,age-and ;i buying the left-over supplies of )
;. profit..-is the principle of our Batik. was ill but a few days. The reflams' j the American government; in fact, I I -LARGE ORDERS DELIVERED \-
were shipped to the old home. Woos-" he became what might be termed )'

ter, Ohio, yesterday afternoon and the purchasing agent of the Slovac _L_ __ __ _JJ a:
were accompanied by the bereaved I government.: His company took over I
'f Merchant and farmer whether engaged on husband. goods to the extent of some $15,- Bad Debts
000,000()() before things were so modi- Collected or No
;'l, a large or a small scale seeking absolute WELL-KNOWN RESIDENT fied that the work was handled in f

safety are invited to do business with us. MEETS DEATH IN ARIZONA other ways; then he commenced to ,, Pa y Results Guaranteed r''
create for
agencies the !purchase of
Only a few short weeks have /goods direct from manufacturers. I J. M. '
/ (elapsed since C. W. Ward !left Kis- Me is now on what may be termed WILSON ,..
simm-e to see if the air of Arizona "Easy Street" yet he i is constantly,
would prove of benefit to hill failing nutting out nt'w'ntur"R.. During/ District Manager s1
' condition. He arrived in Tucson i his brief stay in this country he will .
and believed that he was to gain by J visit several points-among them I ,
S the I"hunYestprday/, the wires being the Saint Andrews, Buy local-
; Bank Osceola County ( brought( the intelligence\ that his itv in this state. I I'I friends Kissimmee, ,tins has, been calling upon ,
death had occurred on Wednesday Mr. Jarrell arrived in this countryon In city.
I evening und that his son, Wayne, the Amintanin on Wednesday. I! ;Mr. and Mrs Thomas Potter, of
was with him when the end came. February :12t:!: and plans to leave New i I'ell1\\01,1', Kentucky, who have been x
I Residents of Kissimmee were grieved York on Wednesday, April :20. His I touring the state, arrived on Wed- '
; demise of who location in is 1 nesday to visit their old-time friends, J
because of the a man rresent 1'uris at lu: I.J t
;, Hour 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. I has. done much for this city-and has Hue Gaillon. :Mr. and Mrs. Josh II. Ferguson. .
ui i always! advocated whatever would, in ,! i I Among the out-of-town shoppers .
.I his belief advance and better condi this/ week have been noticed Mr. and .
.,_f tions. I NOTES FROM f ST. CLOUD '|Mrs.; Marion Johns and son, of Whittier 'f, ... 1't
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and Misses
Mr. Ward came to this section of Mattie and Ruby.
Florida nearly thirty years ago- Baisden and Miss Hattie Bass, all of
and immediately became active in Mr. and MrH. A. C. Burton after Kenan vill(' r
land matters: He was secretary of spending/ tl'- winter here, and with
the United Land Company, the cor- the avowed intention of returning Call For Meeting ;
poration which took over the acreageof early next season, have returned to --- "i
the Disston Land Company. and their home in Pickway, Ohio. Members of the two classes under
not only was lie interested for others Mr. and -Mrs. G. E. Parker have instruction of Professor Charles B. ".-
r't 1. The Bank With the Ability but accumulated large tracts of left for their home in Elmira New McFerrin are urgently requested to .
m and 14i llinMn to Serve DEPOSITS INSURED property for himselfand( It is believed York-but will visit various points meet at the Chapter House Monday
; i ( minimumof In' 4
that his estate will show a Florida enroute. afternooh next at four o'clock ld1y'rj' .
fully twenty thousand acres in James B. Hatheway, of Providence the purpose of comparing notes' ,. ;
I It I this county and in. the Everglades. making the season here, is this week making synopsis of the main point% |,, ,}
So excellent was his knowledge of visiting other portions of the state. learned-that prbfit be ; ,.
{ > land values that it is said his asser- W. I. Barber, county assessor, of nently obtained.t. may "

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