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 25, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01004
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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TO FEATURE. "HOLY CITY" OOOOOO"O, H. ARCADIA PLANS MEET

FROM BLAZING CAR AT THE SUNDAY CONCERT ON THE CARLSTROM FIELD COUNTY COURT BUSY
Need
Summertime -
PINNED BY DEBRIS'" Under the directorship of J. N Next Friday there will' be a GcM! WITH LENGTHY
Gallagher the recital by the Kissim- meet and ,general gala. day at Carl- : LIST j
>nee Concert Band will present lhS Not Be Sorrytime' strom Field, Arcadia which will le

WAS TAKEN'VICTIM following program Sunday afternoon handled by the officers and enlisted
in the city park;; commencing at four 000- men of the field. It promises to be DOCKETED CASES a
o'clock: the biggest affair ever held at an

Car Overturns At Death Curve At Overture-"Raymond" ____ Thomas There lifted to be too many say when winter tourists went away : Army Post of this size The eventsof ,Closed Last Week 'Then Called for A
Baritone Solo-"The' Holy City"__ the day include stunt flying of all
Fairfrodndi and Buries One of -----------. ----------- Adam "Well now we've not a thing to do/ but take a pessimistic view qi kinds wrestling, boxing, races of. every New Venire of Jurymen to Ope

Trio of Tourists I Murray Overstreet everything both great and small-and chew the rag until next description; unusual aerial displays The Second Week
Selection-Daughter of the Regi (including night flying with
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Escaping from ant overturned ment ________n.uu__ Donizetti fall! But now no reason can be found for loafing constantlyaround pyrotechnie equipment) and Many Taking: up the cases in the county
Buick which was burning with increased Mexican; Serenade-"Leila"_ .____ ; look at the man who has the pepwho keeps with {other things of interest. In the ev- court at the time when The Gazette
velocity L. W. Waite and the .__ ._________?-.,, _____ Chambers up s ,ening there wit! be a big novelty went to press the cases continued as
sister of his wife worked with fran- Duet for cornets-"Swiss Boy"_ lively step-and you will note he is the one who makes his plans- dance which will last all below:

tic speed to release Mrs. Waite from ___ _.________ -___n__ AnDeVillc and tees they're" done. He sets out treeslie plants the seeds--hi* features of the day will be absolutely State of Florida versus A. W. Bailey -
her perilous position. Just how they Rose Gallagher and Walter Griffin free. Refreshments in plenty will assault and battery.. Nolle
; pro-
Succeeded in extricating the woman Oratorio-Finale ,from> Ariele ..Bach place is always free from weeds; and in his yard is always room to ,be on hand throughout the day. Restrooms equ I.

who was so firmly pinned down be- March-Hail to the Spirit of Liberty place shrubs with a lovely bloom. The "sag" is taken f frto fenc: and best o faccommodations State of FJorida versus John Malone -
fore the flames had reached her __ SousaNational will be provided.
( - --- --- -- -- j ; possessing an illegal amount
neither at them can explain; that Anthem u___ __u___ Key brighten up at small expense the whole surroundings horn of liquor. Trial resulted in acquittal.
they succeeded in saving her before if in a place where cattle roam. And if he has a patch of ground j Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Caslpr visited Jurors in the case. were S. B.
she was touched by the fire is a fact. George M. Taylor was in Haines l'I Sanford on Sunday where they spent' Aultman. C. C. McCaskill. W. K.
I and wants to save, he hustles 'round to gel a spade a rake, a hoe. la few hours with
With two .broken ribs and a frac- City on Wednesday-as is his weekly their son and his Sanderson, G. F. Sessions T. E.

tured collarbone Mrs. Waite wax j J custom. and. every day an .hour or so back to the primal work-hVIl go-- wife-Mr. and Mrs Harper Casler. Bowen and-J. E. Montgomery.State .
brought/ to the Cray stone by The j i of Florida Burre'l'
versus
and then delight to see things And then perhaps, he'll "tinker .
grow.
driver of the first the
car following Yates; having liquor in his -
ELECTION I IN CITY possession
demolished vehicle -- Thomas R. I I lound" and fix up needed things he's found; perhaps he'll spend 'SENATOR ARRANGESFOR J Trial resulted in acquittal.
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Lloyd of Saint Cloud; and the services flour in up"some door fix window Jurors! in the case were John Collins, p
an or more "trueing saggy ; or a
,' he rendered<< are<< mentioned<< in T. E. Bowen, Dave Bass A. F. Kritz! ,
most praiseworthy<< terms by the vis, i FOR WHOLE TICKET ; where the screen has rusted out and looks "right mean ; or drive a AN AIR FLIGHTTO Lyman Aldrich, and T. N. Clark. -
itors. He brought them! to this city t State of Florida versus Otis Cub-
few nails in the floor so squeaking planks will
groan no more ; replace -
and then returned to /gather up the L hedge; operating<< a still. Resulted In
'iiiany pieces of luggage which had 1 ; OCCURS TOMORROW i a board. that's rolled through and make\, the steps as good as ATTEND DUTIES verdict of guilty. Johnston & Garrett -
i
l een carried 1 in the r.ar section of notice of motion for
new
--- 1.new; and later on, he'll buy a brush, and when he gets his paint gave ,
the and labored<< strenuously for trial. in
car ( Jurors the case were F. II.
some time. Interest In Election Has Greatly Diminished f he'll ruh to spread it with an artist's touch and all this doesn't Tom Campbell Senator--- Arrange To Lawson, K. L. Bass, J. E. Montgomery -
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Mr. and Mrs. Waite together with Because The Primary C. C. McCloskey, G. F." Sessions
t k cost him much. And if one has a little pluck is optimistic as to Stop At Kistimmee to See Friends ,
Mrs. Wuitc's sister Miss Kuthryne Virtually Settled Matter : and J. II. Roberts. a
Kearney had been spending the season l - y luck, and has a modicum of sense, he can. at very small expense of Hit Youthful Days I State of Florida versus Joe Tracy;

at Saint Petersburg/ and wereenroute There will doubtless IK- a small .1''f secure a tract of decent "land and raises good stuff to beat the band. injuring a public building. Trial resulted -
to their home in Lakewood, in Jurors in the
In
accordance with the acquittal.
invitation
New York, when the mishap occur- i number of tomorrow voles cast because al the of cityelection the This state produces things of worthin fact, I know no spot oi: I extended! by The Gazette Senator case were T. N. Clark Albertie Arnold

red. Regarding/ the overturning/ of fact that it is a foregone/ conclusion earth more bless'd by Nature in the way of glowing sluff to make i Thomas J. Campbell, who wifl represent , A. F. Kritz, J* E. Montgomery,
the cur and the injuries received byMrs. I six east coast counties in the J. H. Roberts, and F. E. Bowen.
i the'nomine.es named at the recent f And 'here's bear in mind belter 'tweie
it to
Waite Mr. Waite said : pay. a point a one house of the I Frank Sams and Nathan Blount
will be chosen to the several i upper coming legislative -
"We were running/ ahout ten or ..positions.primary However, the election i' hard to find the more stuff's raised the mOle you'll see the better I session has issued a new itinerary entered a plea of guilty of hunting rout

y' twelve with miles the, road for ,I and was not had acquainted come toseveral must be taken up settled and the according legal matters to- X market there will be. So let's start in all I resh and new and do the, : | stop by after which leaving he will West make Palm his Beach firs $15 and of season costs;, and and Willie each Carrol was fined en-

uvula turn on my road here, I the plan properly specified by law. X things we ought to do: don't let the summertime seem drear but for Tallahassee at Okeechobee; while tered a plea of guilty to the charge '

but all of them had wa'rnng: signs. To out the law T. N. Cluck business with cheer from the smooth down the the second descent will be made in of petit larceny, and Was given six
The headlights showed what seemedto carry .. get to a ; move rut I
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John McI>hatt'r. and R. f). Guise JKissiminee I in which locality he was months in jail with a possible three
be a jog in the 'on.1an,1 until 1was will occupy the positions of inspectors X i: road each one decide to bear his load and ,each declare with ail) I I born and spent his early days. I months off for good behavior.
close on this curve I didn't< see 1'.1. ('amphell was horn at Campbell i I II A special venire was drawn for
it Then I made turn uf uptly and J. M. Willson will act ud"I'k -' A Ins might : "This is s-o-m-e l-o-w-n and she's a-l-l I r-i-g-h-t !
a a* and it II Station and he was practically the second week of court the jurors
as I could, but the front wheel went at the election ; is hopedthere )I A I "raised" in Kissimmee. All the older being II. C. Lightsey, John Pherigo:

off the road--and the car went over votes cast will he to a make sufficient matter number of -:->-><*Ji.}+}.+<**+*:-:..:( :- --: :-:-: :.(-:--:-<-<-< residents know the<< man with the au- J. A. McCarthy, J. W. Miller! W. H. i
My wife was on the seat with me, should the interl..t'l burn locks\ who has made such a Lee, E. E. Livermore, W. H. Millson,
ing. Espociully
and as the car overturned she wa. \isit t the polls and cnst their success' in the various capacities he R. D. Libby, C. II. White L. A. Gues- ,
+ pinned down Just how I crawledout has taken up-and they will he gladto saz;, Gehue Rowland, and W. M. Perry -
swell the number
I am not sure-but :Minx Kearney thus it will helping them to practice in the right; as I I East County Roads Will Be welcome him for the short time .
'? managed! to get out at the same :[of franchise.The give he will be in this city. The precise I State of Florida versus Joe Tracy;
timeThen the fire started -and we hours will he observedfor day and hour at which he will arrive haying a still under his control.
OUght to got my wife out before the same election as for the primary, Viewed By Commissioners has not been stated, but it will be 'Trial resulted in acquittal. Jurors in j
1fe fire caught her Her feet andlegs arid, while there will be lacking/ muchof enough in advance of the opening ,the case were A. S. Nelson W. H.
seemed wedged under a mass I the interest shown in the primary I ----.--1 1I. session of the legislature to allow Lee J. II. Lanier, F. C. Eckley J. L.
of !stuff but between us we succeeded very demand made will be equally I County Commissioners Will Spend I. hint! to complete the trip and be in Pherigo, and E, JLvermore..
<< in dragging her out before the '' [Tallahassee sufficiently early to State of Florida versus Jack Bar-
r fire touched<< her, although her clothing weighty as at the: previous event. I Saturday in Autoing and Walking SWAT THE MOSQUITO BEFORE build a few fences. ber; operating a still. Trial resulted -

was carrying/ n lot of gasoline.Had ,,! Miss Elizabeth J. Bickerdike. who Over Proposed Roads SHE SHALL SWAT YOU.I II II in verdict of guilty. Jurors in
the tank been in front of the from several I'I })r. J. T Risner, of Clarion, Pennsylvania the case word W. M. Perry Gehue
came Indianapolis
, ? cur I presume i'heould have per and took residence in y'arsa'o Kisximmce Because there hah'n many "Swat! the Anopheles mosquito before :j' has been a visitor at the Rowland, L. A. Guessaz, C. II. White.
'rrt' i ished. We are certainly" thankful lI has returned up and plans to suggestions regarding the location she swats you" is the timely home of his old-time friends, Judge I R. i P. Libby and W. H. Millson.!
', \\% that things/ were no worse. i(I remain here u limited time .and look of roads in the eastern portion of warning/ being spread broadcast over and Mrs (;J. F. Cribbs. lie is so State of Florida versus Gill Thomas
! **. I The remnants of the Buick have I'after her property. While hereout I II the county, and because there ,have Florida by the state board of health, well-pleased with this section of : ; dealing in liquor. Trial resultedin
been bought by Sam Pruther who that time she made numerous investments "been times when road have been which in a statement to the public Florida that he declares that next acquittal. Jurors in the case were
estimates that it will cost fully five I I I but she has since been frequently re-located and 'because generally, earnestly advises them season in place of visiting the west A. .$. Nelson J. H. Lanier F. C.
p hundred dollars to get it in shape. ''in., various portions of the country. there are cases where several roads that "The mildness of the past two coast he will spend his winter mKissimmee. Eckley C. B.: Lamb, J. T. Ivey, and '
k'. Mr. Waite was offered! $800 for the I are' paralleling only C\ a few miles winters will show more malaria pre- :. Fred Lorenz.
' oar before he left Saint Petersburg apart the commissioners of Osceola valent than if the state had witnessed State of Florida versus Joe Tracy: "
r'-but promptly sniffed at the amount county will spend tomorrow -and as carrying concealed Plea of _
a cold /Inap/ or two and that the weapons.
ifortion. the vehicle was in fine .condi- FEARFUL TOLLS ARE much more time as may be found only way to combat this-evil is to WARNING SIGNALS 1 guilty entered., A fineof':100 and I;
necessary in looking over that' sec- hunt out the malarial mosquito on costs was affixed. By conference _
tion of the county.All or near private premises and I between the attorneys the remainder ,
your
': HUGE GROCERY SALE PAID BY RAILROADSFOR members of the board plan to put this wanton destroyer of health SADLY ATI of the cases against Tracy were '..
'7, STARTS TOMORROW BY make the trip, starting at an early hors de combat by either spreading NEEDED dropped.In .
GOODMAN & WOODALL hour from K'ssimmee and going oil on the breeding place; drainingoff / quashing bhe remainder of the
I CATTLE KILLED east nnd south as far as Ilolpnaw, stagnant water that has accumulated charges against Tracy (except thatin J/
As may be noted by a full-page and, possibly, to Whittier t and Kenansvillc. ; stocking ponds with minnows. FAIRGROUND TURN I the higher court) Judge Comer ,
announcement in this issue of The I Assertions, have been made I and last but not least, flatten and made a stirring appeal to the young: ',+
Gazette Goodman & Woodall will Railroads Claim That They Hare that in that section of the county bury all tin cans or other recepticlesthat Every Week Throughout; The Seacon man. He emphasized his remarksby
open on Saturday what they term a Paid in Five Years More Than there is a crying need for the betterment may hold water." an illustration of a mere lad who ,
.. "House-Cleaning! Sale" of all their Three Million Dollars of roads. The commissioners I "Of course the average citizen is Has Seen Victims at "S" Curve at I fancied all the world had turned
7 business express themselves as anxious to do against him but who found, after all
stock of groceries. Starting not expected to know the genus Anopheles Fairground Crossing !
about six months ago and making from -Bartow. Three mil everything possible for the residents of the mosquito breed from ___. I that he was wrong. The appealseemed
a feature of carrying full lines lion Special dollars! Doesn't seem- like very there; at the same time, they say I I any otlwr of its kind but once you There is a sorry need<< of danger I to vibrate in the man Just
of goods--many of them of a high- much when it quick does it ? they do not propose to improve paralleling I I have calmly watched the marauder signals at the turn which comes so I as it touched many In the audience; :1 1I
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you say roadways, in fact do I Tracy admitted that he had been In
class reputation-the continued adding I But it sounds like "mouthful"when nor alight and witnessed the acrobatic abruptly to drivers of cars coming
to the stock of goods as were the statement is a added t that itrepresents anything in the line of improvementuntil stunt of standing on her head while I north when they reach the railway ,the wrong, and had been misled as to ,
called for has crowded their shelves the the Seaboard AirLine there hall have been deeded to filling your blood with malaria, you crossing close by the entrance of where were to be found tho best! /
f with heavy showings; and they pro : Atlantic! sum Coast Line and other the county all the needed rightsofway. can never mistake her method of attack ,fairground, for that point has been friends i ; and when Judge Comer declared -

-' pose to clean out the major portion I railroads operating in Florida have again, but, after viewing said .the scene of more trouble than any that upon tho future conductof
of the stock by, as they declare, tossing I been forced to out in five The commissioners plan to go stunt, it is too late to avoid contagion -\other one spot on the entire Dixie I Tracy depended his own futureland {
aside all hope of profit. As soon because pay and trains years through the June: Green swamp and so don't wait until chills and' Highway. : the respect of private citizens
: freight passenger! select the 1M'"t l route for a contemplated I wonderful I and of the court itself, the man declared -
as the sale end, on Saturday night dared dispute rights of with fever force you to remember the Other curves along the
of next oral, they will begin the I End, razorback way hogs. !!, road. Owners of property above' warning." r I II' highway are marked .at various I that he was going to show .
work of adding new fixtures and< free-range cows have which will lie benefited! 1 by such thoroughfare "The commjon mosquito doos not points-and in numerous instance the people that he could follow tho '
The: figures an even more I
I endeavor to make\ their place of busi- ominous / sound when the additional : have .expressed a willingness perform for the !benefit of its victim are given briefly details as to what straight line. "Just so long as you
I,";ncss one of rare convenience for ell truthful statement is made that the to contribute towards the expense but its bite: is not very pleasing eve.i one mav expect within a certain distance : will give the best in you to makingyourself :
: of the work H has been I what should be I'll be b
patrons. has to met these publicly though the after effects are not serious ; but there<< apparently nothing you
--- -_ public millions, for railroads, chief paymentsof developers declared; but the commissionersare "so in order to be sure that the i posted to indicate to the traveler your friend" said Judge!: Comer.
LUCKY FISHING PARTY of the state, cant ope.tewithout not fully conversant with all details -I visitor is not one of the Anopheles, coming into Kissimmee from tl-op'', --
PLEASED WITH RESULTS profit and losses sustained regarding/ the .plans, routing, breed, the suggestion of making it south what is to be found at the IS FLORIDA ONE HUNDRED t
must be made up in traffic charges. and probable exjiensc. Through thetrip I impossible for tiny kind of mosquito I point where the highway swerves YEARS BEHIND THE TIMES? ;
Several sportsmen, what might be drawn from the \\'at- l'I'"ltinfrom wrecks! caitsx-'d bv hope of /gaining/ all the needed l information the above rules is impera t track then swerves at right angles A special from Bartow asks: "
ers of this county, went to Canoe cows and hogs roaming on the railroad ;l- I and the cost of the trip tive." to the right as one travels toward "Is Florida one hundred years be- .
creek last F'ilaY-lIn.d in a brief !! t track's- apace of time succeeded in sccurrngl! even more appalling/ toll of human attained are what are now anticipated every citizen to see their family By daylight there is no trouble Emphasizing the. importance of
more than one hundred and 1 fifty fine life., physician and be examined for latent about making the curves in safety; Vet L. Brown, secretary of the No-
specimens.. In the party were J. .L.I j jf In meeting these" losses, claim officers I MANHATTAN----WILL CATERTO malaria that might have been carried but in the night a stranger to the ''I Fence League for having the Florida ,,
Bcal and J. II. Long, of ( \ of the Florida No-Kencp: over<< from last : North Carolina; John Holden.lIstOI1\\ League<< / from 'a prominent official\ I EASTER SUNDAY DINERSThe (' knows they have this disease un- they may meet disaster ut that pointis submit the question of abolishing
Rabb both of Iowa; and \ of the Seaboard contains this telling til it makes itself known by chil": I well-known. Hardly a week nas- + the free cattle ranges with its annoying ''"$
halter of Kis"imnwe.'ho statement : :Manhattan is planning/ for a and fever and that "lazy"' feeling. | sea but a wreck occurs at that place I evils to the people at thj
flfuide and chaperonc. (;I. R.: Long, a i "For the five-year period, beginning pleasing Easter Sunday ,dinner as Quinine being the only cure for i and sometimes' several accidents will general election in November, J. <
Ifanker> of Gastonia was here with in 19Ki and ending 1920, the may be seen by the notice: of menu malaria 1 Dr. Ralph N. (Green, state htppen in rapid succession at that Wismer, of Fort William, "
his brother-J, >ut preferred to talk Seaboard paid out in settlement of in another column, and a general invitation health officer urges those who know I I point. There' should !Iw erected a capitalist ..i,
finance rather than fish. HUH k claims $1.10iI7.2JJ.: : In addition is extended by the new management I they have l been exposed to the mu- signboard of considerable.. proportions I Ontario, Canada who contemplates! ;'
- -- -- to this we had several disastrous to test its cuixine. Since larial mosquito to immediately com I I t upon which should be paintedin / :'t
SEDGWICK CIRCLE IS wrecks caused by cattle roaming the new owners have taken! possession bat the diseasehby taking quinine in letters large/ enough to he legible re-cently ,
MEMBERSHIP our tracks. which resulted of that hostelry there have !been the capsule. form. I III t a thousand feet: "Danger! : Curve!" to the secretary of the !Mount Horn ,i iDevelopm..nt
INCREASING
in death upon to several employees as wellas some radical changes-all of which I All city health officers and physicians '- end in smaller letters "Railway I Compnnv. Among oth- 1

the Sedt serious injury to others." have pleased regular patrons anJ are requested to assist in lh.' Crossing!" 1 ler questions he asked: ,
members of ,
p Twenty-five of the Seaboard drawn new ones. Said one travelingman campaign to forestall any undue There should be no delay in the "Is it true that cattle and hogs ,
That i is the experience -
the Grand; Army
wick Circle, Ladies of at- the Coast Line paid out $f.OO-; : "I have been slopping/ at the I prevalence of malaria by advising I erection of such a warning sign. I roam at laree' in your district and "
of the Republic held wore last present Wednesday 000 in; three years of the period Manhattan for many years and have their patients of the preventative, UH I There is no use in "waiting till next if they break into waves or truck
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a regular meeting and five members and other roads enough to round out become wedded to it -but never ha. I the reports of laboratory tests show season" before taking precautionswhich forms the owner<< of the groves: or 11
afternoon, or the three-million mark. it been so well conducted, never has there are a great many persons har- may prevent damage suits farms has no way of collecting from "d i\'
were taken into the organization.Two Following pass the table been so attractive and boring latent malaria in their blood !against the I."ounty-where it can be owners of cattle' or hogs for damage ."
visitors were present.refreshmentswere WHERE MARRIAGE VOWS never has that 'home feeling' been so but who do not wish to furnish the I proven the drivers were traveling at done to crops ?" 11-'
the meeting light apparent as at the present time. The malaria-carrying mosquito with this i the rate of speed allowable on county "If this be true you are about ono ,
served. ARE CHARMINGLY HEARD new folks-who are owjivrs of the poison to be transplanted to innocent I roads. One well-fought damage: hundred yirs behind civilization,

r New York has taken the place of place are 'doing much to build upa people if they can prevent it. I suit whether won or lost would aren't you?"
rubber Miss Katherine Bearden. deputy for business that _ill soon necessitate cost far more than a precaution sign "Hundreds of men of the same
London the world's mar
t.j'The. as I John L. Overstreet clerk of the making the hotel still larger." National councils of women have that is really needed. There is a type have refused to invent in FlorIda
courts, performed the ceremony uniting been formed in 28 countries. well-adapted spot for precisely so for the same reason/' declared
most usual symptom of color- in marriage Herney Milney The earliest printed Bible In any glaring: a warning, and with such a Fence League, "and will continue
ujnesais uncertainty between and Mrs. Margaret Clemons, both language dates from 1465, and is Boston has policewomen whose thing staring a chauffeur in the face do so until the free range is abolished" -
,'Oe 'and green. giving their residence as Orlando; known as the Mazarin Bible. duty it Is to patrol Boston Common. there would be no possibility of an
and she also solemnized the mar- accident to sensible drivers
Musicians are said to be more riage of A. R. Wilcox, of Brooms- : The average velocity of wind in China covers a territory one-sixth Paris offers there gold: medals every -
pliable to color-blindness than those ville. West Virginia, and Mrs. Laura I New York city is 12 miles an hour greater than that of the United New Jersey pine forests have been year to the designers of the .

any other class or frofession. Carter, of Richmond. Virginia. I as compared with 16 in Chicago. States. ,jif found a'good. for growing fruit. prettiest housee.n _.

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f.\.\ I t I. ing they have seen, however, has CHARMED. BY KISSIMMEE MIDSUMMER MADNESS" FERTILIZER f

'If"" pleased have found them in as. Kissimmee.much as what' "Some, they. IS CLEVER' SALESWOMAN"I COMES NEXT WEDNESDAY'AS 'I -SITUATION I .

tiilics the people comingto Kissim- "- think your little city"ls I charm- A SPECIAL FEATURE Extension of Credits Will Be 1

J, nice ;say when tl.cy leave, for homo in itnelf) andits' environments, There' r Ht'8trictrd-Large Yields Per ..J
that the next year they are going t'IK are .several gasp arid a
( wish
I that I
.only might remain
II I Homewhero.cl., & jn i Florida," wtkl ;Mf'.< ", blush or two .in "Mldsummtr Mad.., Acre Keenly Needed for "
said -Alias
II I ( longer KatherIne "
"but' I notice conll'ilCht I ness.. which will to tht Casino *! ; I
IJ I Clay they Mf Ullman, who hUll been I'ejrUlered' come Overcoming Handicaps. '
P J liack here\ There snt much pleas. at the .Gi-nyxtone. .'Jo \'Ptythln next Wednesday"':"' and no one jwiH. lie i ;.....,- ,i .
inx' in going to a "placeVKTO! youihni't blamed ;If, when "finis. Is'wtitlert : South
itto' In the i
r weeing delightful to and I hops I Tho fertilizer situation
know and nowvlten many )handkerchief ,
anyone, you 'see. ." are applied tU of -
,I I, \ 1 step off t lie train, here I get may.:\ retul'nIIRII Ullman whoso twice that many eyes. i I 'Is uuullual!, More than 75 per cent v.. \
home i is in
fertilizer accounts -, .
'in hearty, )handshake. and! the/ folks Cleveland. Jinn "Midsuiniviw 1 Madness" .is the real the Southern farmers' I
Ix-en for the
tl. amiUu'il l pasttwo human I xtulf of which thai fell due In the fall of last \
"ay oy wre triad t() sec nw .. great pictures
year u'Unlt In tlie capacity .ot'ud l- i
makes it seem wort 0' I like i hom.; ; > ) are tna ye'I'tit.1I11.t'lall'swolnln for llw firnr I
Y*", we'll! be hack here." hose eaten .du('(>.1 an ideal combination of rich ]!"paid. according authorities on the
wares are throughout '
I i
background and deeply appealing; fertilizer business.
the entire iouth-tho
I N'orrl : '
: GENUINE ORANGE COUNTY TEACHER I't(Company, of Atlanta. I Mad *she Candy not*, slor)'. Also, hi' has handled.l a deli- This means that the further extension : ,I r
theme' ,
VISITS IN KISSIMMEE l>(.,.ii clever ,,she would, not Iw 'n/luJ.C' rate I delicately.I I of credit will necessarily- very I
:
"Midsummer
Madness" i j" the
(-.1. n the position she now occupies; putunzation 'I much restricted to debtors until their j
BULL :Mr"i i .n. c. Wheeler who) ciime to had! hhe Hot l"oen able, her rcjju'rfiterritory , of Cosmo Hamilton's soiety -' accounts are 'p id. Many 1920 farm I 1\ Jt
"His )Friend Hi.Vrf ,
tJ and i
(Ins section i.( Florida some <*I ightyenrn I I would not have I licen namc-'l, \ ."iijv The ers' notes are still In tbe hands of
to look after hei affairs, las l Kentucky. and Tennessee and had! story centers\ around |
ajro I ; \ local dealers and banks. This restricts
t \o married |
1.111.1 who )handled the school at I Deer (, she not possessed. a peculiar knack young couples. Daisy I LUCKY STRIKE
Osboin the of these to extend
is
too devoted to her husband. ability agencies
/ DURHAM t I I'ark for one tern, WHS in KissmiI | for mnkiiir friends. for the companyi J.I
Julian credit. .
; he longs for new thus Increasing the difficulties -
I IJM-P on Saturday to look after business i the firm would. not have t selected.l he> Ravoris
I worlds and women to conquer. Bob 'I IMeriilith of the situation. I . cigarette.
in :
I11Hlt..rRlrs.. Wheeler I-'lorida.
avery to
come to I'
tobacco makes 50 I I clever woman, and! knows thet'al'hinjot" | To fill the position; is. Ullman-' his;\ wife is not devoted enough to I' Fertilizer manufacturers state that Denied in by toasting
cigarettes for business from the opening occupies requires. quick perceptiontnnil .- Margaret; she longs for' they are taking losses not only on !
romance. For time ahe
flood primer page to the back cover of vision which', will almost in- find, a seems to. bad accounts but also on the materials
it in Julian, and under the spellof : I
lOc .solid geometry and Orange countywas ptantanously HOC<< the possibilities. . of moonlit that tbey bought at hlgfc prices.
.. glad to secure her for the Mail- 'the trade which may I In? brought to is a led into summer an indiscretion midnight, that she This coupled with the ussatjlsractorr Ji

land schools-while (the teachers of her firm-and the best method" of sejcuiinif j,threatens, when it to the credit situation. Is 'm ktn-te fertilizer -
comes
JKc .:KMi ir!?;.. "of Teachers' Associa i ,
the address which will
/; impress upon j I .
I | ruin four lives. But light dawns their goods on the mark..t.Thouela .
tion. Her! experience an a pedagogue, the dealer the quality of the food
lob! ;Meredith, and i i'j: I fertilizer bave fallen.
upon prices
tragedy
I Iilllr."dy
has accurately fitted her for the posttion i. >always provided the dealer is not 41
averted. I Ii
\ ALMOST FIVE MONTHS _and she is appreciaU-d alike advised. All of these rei i i ___ _____ II| they hare not gone down as much as I\ In Finland II new trade law (fives

SPENT_IN KISSIMMEE by patrons and pupils.If :.. __ I l<)uisites Miss Ullman possesses to iv I When the bowels are costive the ] values the price of farm crope. Nor hare and land labor {married! wumcn the nichl to manage -
taxea. equipment
ijilUs decree and she has made
I[ ; many waste matter ferments, producing a business "escmr without consent of 4I
Mr. and :Mrs. M. J. Clay left on you belch up a bitter-tastint! : friends in Kissimmee and the surroundntr gaseous condition that is di'agree-I been reduced In proportion to tbe a ." .
.. t Itlpnday for their home in Onondajfa liquid suffer from heartburn and! towns! both for her own\ 'able. To remove the impureties price of crops. It follows that every I,.her 'husband.Vach !
:JMicliiean! with only the lx'..t of sour stomach, you need the tonic personality and the floods!! she is quickly, a dose of Herbine I Is needed. effort must be made to produce the -- --
thoughts for Kissimmee. and the properties. of Herbine. It is a puri- ;'!representing. j It does the workthoroughly; and cropa economically \ ( your children, for symptoms
!
surrounding country. They arrived lying and strengthening medicine ,: ''of wormThcv: I undei i ni.no (he health
,pleasantly.] Price 60c. Sold by | When crop prices arc !ow It Is nee ,
here .on Thanksgiving Hay. and during for the I their visit }here they 'nave toured J'rice, (jOc. Sold by Koberson's. Pharmacy. oasary to get high yields per acre to Cream' Vcimifmre I I It t expells!I worms.
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pretty much all over the slate.I Noth i ii I ROAD INFORMATION GENUINE"ANTIQUITY I I make any profit at all. Low yields, !juicl ami I M'-torcs I benlth I t and \igor.i I'nicc.t .
I, low crop prices can mean only one :t.".<. Sold I I liy, Koboi i" I son's I Pharmacy. ..
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; I i E:. II. Kvery drove o\.r to OrIon! |, IS BROUGHT TO LIGHT thing and that Is loss Thereforti
C"0fr<" HMC" "0-C-4 0-< O O Nj '
.. 'do last! Friday t to spenil the weekend : the Southern farmer must make every
.'t ( with his" family r..tu..ninj.Iwlt., So ninny spurious! copies of the
blow count In 1921. Each cultivatedacre
C :Monday.i I lie I found the cross-slatf I I'lster. County Gazette! published, \ at
toad in lu-tter condition' than he had Kingston! New York. Sal urduit! January must be forced lo do It8 belt
4, INIMJ.) ) and !so cle enshurvc la producing economic high; yields .I
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found
it J I
Oil 1iflpres bus rip during'the
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I t the more recent been 'aged." [n order to do this fertilizers must JUSTREGE1VEDp
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MAYES STUDIO ; 't wintrr, hutat:; t unlay Iw''picked) copies
up the I Orlando morning) paper and I hint only the assertion. made by be uami. a* every cotton belt farmer
saw a notice winch' was caused to IK" :Mr". Charles E. Rouse that the copy ruallzaa.. Fertilizers are needed ao i'
: inserted by I the. Automobile Association : brought to the office of The ICis.minii'c a* to gel more fur each days work I l I IKAHN'S
warning/ tourist.not! to Jt'o IUV l l.' Valley azette; had been in her and keep down the cost per pound ,! I
i: \\ of Kissimmee: Saint 'loud and 1 possession for more than fortears.ii or bale or bushel of crops producedIt TROPICALHOT
_ UPSTAIRS OVER REXALL DRUGSTORE :J::: :Melbourne; that on account of the nil was received from her Hither will therefore be unfortunate If
I '. \\ ho had preserved it from the date
recent heavy rains I the road in '
.1' was any Southern farmer )II financially un j jablo
',': very bail condition., 7l h'. Kvery went of issue makes the present copyvnliiiMc. I' WEATHER
.1'. to the ""HI'lallOn headquarters andasked I It has been handled, no lo avail himself o( the fall ban I'
: ) about t the ,road and a ben I tin- much and ,so carelessly. that it is almost !- afire of fertilizers to producing a
Now Ready For Business : heavy lain- had oicurred.; I lie l wa< in tatters.! Yet entirely legiblei cheap crop la 1911. No one who t Ik SUITINGS
: .1.. I told I that road was in \ ortool con the account of the death of \.a"h. able will fall to do so If he understands j )
'I: : lit ion and he was advised< not to /ring1 ala which I occurrect on DecemberII this season's cropping problem I
: : If you want Portraits Quality t. try to make it that ay. When lir I J I"!II.!! and the full account of the - - - -- I
t told those in charge that he had olisf<|uies i is given Mrs. Rouse places We have just what you I
: try us and be convinced. In addition : : jut came across the day before. n value upon this. reIn '''' 'oll,1 tIne01011ev WELL-KNOWN WOMAN DIES I

f to our Portrait Studio we :r:. they made excuses and (finally admit- worth and refuses to part AT HOME OF HER SISTER i want for the hot weather.
: /I ted that the false information was with it. :\II'!s. Rouse also has a copy

=f have a large and well-equipped : ''ifivcn I out on I the "strength, of unreliable of the first, paper ever printed inAmericaiThe Following a fall I about a month
\t'I Boston News-Letter I
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( hearsay. Then :Mr. Every told ago :Mrs Mollie I'roctor has gradu
: them that the State Adtomobile As- elated April 24, 1704. '''alldedm'd and her, death otcurrvd SAMPLES[[ ARE[ ON DISPLAY :
:,
so"Jlltion ought to J lie big enough to
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i ; Kodak Finishing Plant |" (father reliable] information by wire. CAME RIGHT DOWN : -i|''or.'I"ridll\.1' the home of her sister,
: I if necessary, every few days regard-I LOOKED RIGHT 'ROUND :Mrs. J. it. Cilbert.;, ;Mr*. I'roctor
f' ,log the condition of this road; !such WENT RIGHT BACK was a widow aged 74, and came to -
this city M>me seven III :
: information would save the auto years ago RA.SNYDER
We put the prints out with the :'I I tourists many a mile in crossing the I make her home with Mrs Cilbert;
MeCallister and
W. : J. T. Boyd,
and made a large circle of friend--.
state, well the ,imident
"Pep" ond the cheapest prices in I I us as expense both of Chattanooga arrived in Kis-
: thereto.Melbourne!\ Times. '' Funeral services were held Saturday 22 Stewart Avenue
: HI'in nice late Thursday night.: ,Friday oral the
I afternoon remainscre interred -
the South. Now, if you want real _,) i it. afternoon thuy left for home N'o.they in Kosehill. 'cemeterv I
were not disgruntled-nor did'l, -- -- ----
L pictures from your Kodak films i i Solved the Problem they become peaved over anything:: ... .. .
: : I II nor are they millionaires that they .o-< :-<-:+x x ,:.c..c.-<-: .. _

I "I, ulmostdistractcd with; can afford so long a trip for so shorta
t. Let Mayes Do Your Finishing t stomach trouble, gas and colic attacks stay. :Mr. !MeCallister is a proper- POTATO BARRELS
: and didn't know what to do. J ty-owner in North Kissimmee, and''
I I'lXE OR GlJST'ES:
4 f Xt had tried everything I heard of, and i was anxious to give the once over I, ( ) f._
and the doctor's medicine did not help to the place. As he is .a railway __---,, I
Use Eastman Films ----
Mayes me A friend told me about ;Mayr'x employee and could get a three-day In unlimited quantities at t 'very low
; : Finishing and obtain the Best Wonderful Remedy, and. it has solved leave of absence, he invited' .his I ---r-- r
f-fI' cash prices, providing orders
are
;, ". : the problem, as i can now eat anything friend to accompany him. As the ti'ljj. i11'I, .
: Results. Look for my Display f and have no distress." It is a friend also is a railway employee !I1fI .1it.I placed within the next few days, shipments
simple, harmless preparation that the invitation was accepted-and the
\ Case and Kodak Deposit Box in f commenced after 'receii of
removes the catarrhal mucus from two enjoyed the trip. Mr. McCallis- //I" -- I l or-

front of the Rexall Drugstore. I the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation ter \sa pleased at the appearance<' I ,, 'drr and extending until potato shipping ,'
which causes practically of. Kis"iml11..e-and his friend cx- rr W '
''x I all stomach liver and intestinal ailments pressed approval. I 11i1' ti!. I I sea'on. Good proposition- to
including appendicitis. One 1i '
dose will convince or money refunded. Card of Thanks I I' ; J 1// dealers.

J. Z. Roberson, and druggists 'ut
\ L. C. MAYESPhotographer I everywhere. We wish to express our sincere Write or wire (our expense) (for prices

\l thanks and appreciation to our "

I' :r. LIBRARY RECEIVED TWO through friends who the so sickness willingly and I death aided us of ,I J'j' FLORIDA BARREL[[ MFG. CO. p

VERY VALUABLE VOLUMESThe _ _
: ; .I .: our sister ( Mrs. Mollie Proctor.) We 16th and Ionia Su., Dept. I

t. public] library that .is. ]locatedin I are ian Sisters extremely for grateful their unfaltering to the Pyth-express / L'. S. Standard Barrel P. O. Box 84. Jacksonville, Fla.
the Hart Memorial has received
q from some unknown donor two magnificent -I ions of love and sympathythrough --c-o.+++.c..+444++++'c-++'c.e4+.:-e.F++.4 :*+.OOOOO+OOCOOOO .
her entire illness.
: \. volumes to add to its ,shelves.] I
) Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gilbert.
The work is "The Struggle for American I
.' ,. Independence." by Sidney The* latest- fad among the women :| BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES order your fertilizer without
George Fisher, and the statement in France is the weariug of jeweled( < You will make' a mistake if you
that the publication is from the garters. i getting our NEW PRICE LISTS JUST ISSUED. PLENTY OK MATER)
; house of the J. B. Lippincotl 'om- - I TALS, PROMPT: SHIPMENT.; Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides,
Do you knowl I nny is sufficient assurance that the ,I Under tin. provisions. of the new Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .
looks are I fiijc-ly K<,tten up( with the I Swedish, marriage law the wife is 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
Natures host of paper and the finest of hin.llings. I I I I compelled! to help support the fam- t JACKSONVILLE.' FLORIDA
I grains --i i !I lily. _ t
1\1 rs. Elizabeth Sanborn the pleasant I|

; make a fine I little, at woman the who I Halt r is Memorial ever in( aitendance is'- |' Lj > () o 0 0 0) < 0 > 0 () () 0 <

at a loss to understand wherIcaiiuethe
: ; table drink ? gift that is so timely. She remembers -- I
J that some man not so very .
long ago asked if that particularwork '
: was in the library and! upon
her negative reply ho remarked' that
; ; POSTUl'1: the library should by all means. have I

i it-and that he would see to it that I
PRINTING
the need was supplied. But Mrs
Sanhorn cannot recall the name of I a
the* man making/ the remark and
CER.EAL I would be pleased) if anyone could! ,
give her the proper information that
she mieht! return her appreciation of

I the gift. - - I, A COMMERCIAL, BOOK AND POSTER 0--.


is made of selected wheat, bran I NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD - --- ...

\ \a.nd molasses. Boil it for twenty I i* no other investment that bringt such sure and con- .;;:;-' 0 .

'\ minutes or more and you obtain : :M rs. Y. A. Yarwood e! has I been cntertainiiif j THERE profit as printed salesmanship as we do it. There is I ,

\ p a"beverage c* rich delightful flavor i ; her sister! from I nines I no method of getting business inexpensively. While"; '

(, : ,that is in euery way healthful : Tity.After spending( the winter here E you are thinking of a plan of campaign you may be in need of Bill \ ;> .
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R. Walking has returned to his home
I' heads, Statements, Letterheads, Envelopes, Looseleaf Devices ) .
Receipt
: in Osceolii, Indiana. .1
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I ., Postum Cereal is free from harmful j Mrs.' Thomas Porter, :Mrs.. Klizu-: I: Books or Labels. Now is -

: ) elements, and is economical"There's bl'thfyer been !Daytona!<, lIudliR"visitors: this Wilson week.A. have. the time to follow in the footsteps THE

}'. Bass, W. II. Willson l{. I O. of that army of successful

: :: : a Treason"SOLD Kissimmee Rowland, and visitors C. A.on Guessaz Wednesday., were O chants who are, in making Kissimmee Valley Gazette J .. .

Alfred Rico Wilcox and Mrs.. Lau- tunes for themselves, building up -
(HOME OF
GOOD
: ra Belee Carter were united in marriage the industries' PRINTING) -
great rapidly.
BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE mo ,
.: :: in KisMmmee last Saturd..yafternoon .
it',' at two o'clock, in the D Let us do your printing. -:- .:: PHONE 11 KISSIMIVIEE.i FLOAIOA I ,
presence of a group of friends.. Immediately -
: Made"by Postum Cereal Company Inc. following- the ceremonyMr. ,4 11 ,

Battle Creek.Michig n. and Mrs. Wilcox autoed to their
:,1 new home at Auburndale r D: -

having their received friends. the "congratulationsof > Q g'o Q 0 <0 E3XZIIZ2Z3E

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: WHEN WE COMMENCED BUSINESS SIX MONTHS AGO WE WERE FORCED BY MANY PATRONS TO OPEN BEFORE WE HAD COMJ'LETELFITTED UP THE STORE AS WE DESIRED. SINCE THAT

MOMENT WE HAVE NEVER HAD TIME TO COMPLETE: THE JOB, AND ALL THESE WEEKS WE HAVE BEEN ADDING FRESH STOCK TO OUR MANY LINES. NOW WE ARE GOING TO CLEAN

'f, HOUSEDISPOSE OF THIS HUGE STOCK AND THEREBY GET A, STOCK THAT WILL ALLOW US TO ARRANGE EVERYTHING IN A WAY TO MAKE THE HANDSOMEST GROCERY FOUND
I ANYWHERE. WE FIND OUR STOCK TOO LARGE FOR SUMMER AND WE ARE GOING TO REDUCE IT REGARDLESS OF COST. WE FIGURE IT BETTER TO DISREGARD ALL PROFITS, GIVE YOU

THE MONEYSAVING BENEFIT ALLOW YOU TO LAY IN YOUR SUMMER SUPPLIES AT A LOW PRICE, AND DEPEND UPON YOUR FUTURE PATRONAGE FOR OUR PROFITS. NOTHING CHEAP t

:i.: IN OUR 'WHOLE STOCK EXCEPT THE PRICES. OUR GOODS ARE OF HIGH QUALITY. THEY HAVE BEEN HANDLED IN A SANITARY MANNER. WE ARE NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS-NOT BY
1 'i ANY MEANS; WE ARE MERELY GOING TO HAVE A HOUSE CLEANING SALE TO REDUCE OUR STOetf AND GIVE US ROOM FOR WHAT WE WISH TO DO. WE SHALL LOSE MONEY: THIS IS

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? i Sale. Opens on Saturday Morning, March 26, and Sale Closes on Saturday Night, April 2

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.? .i FEED LARD FLOUR MEAL LARGEST STOCK Of FINE J


. 'I f GRITSFOR Wonderful OfferON COFFEES EVER' SHOWN, HEREProbably -f.

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," .' A SAMPLE'PRICE WE WILL SELL A 45-POUND CAN OF THE BEST OFGovernment there hat never been a showing of Coffees in this

.. COMPOUND LARD FOR $495! county that will equal the .one that GOODMAN & WOODALL will .
.,. } Meats turn over to the patrons of the store during this HOUSE-CLEANING \
; 100 Pounds Hudnut's Corn Meal---------------------- $Z.45''J SALE. Notice these showings: ,
:t Grits . %.45 On floor will be shown six hundred dozen
]100 Pounds Hudnut's $ our on Saturday r
., - -hh ----- ---- 500 Pounds Maxwell House Blend,
.1 100 Pounds Bright Cottonseed MeaJ.--_ .$%..00t cans of this fine food. Those who have eaten any ;(it are
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Regular Price, Per Pound, 45c at this Sale 37c :
: 100 Pounds Cottonseed Hulls ___________________._____ ___$1.20 loud in their praises of it: And in every instance a sale of it ; -- )
z 100 Pounds Union Dairy Feed________________________ _$3.15 has brought the buyer back for more. Look at these prices at 300 Pounds Wilson's Custom-Houie, \
r 100 Pounds Yellow Corn n' _______________n______r-__-$2.25 which it will go as long as the supply holds out: Regular Price, Per Pound, 50c; al this Sale______39c t

t 100Poundi No. 1 White Clipped Oats____________________$2.35 Roast Beef No. 2 75c this sale___23c 200 Pounds Senate,
Libby's at
cans: were
100 Pounds Shorts _n_______h_ nU n_-n_____n___$%.25 ; Regular Price, Per Pound, 45c; at this Sale______39c ,
100 Pounds Scratch Feed, "Success"T __.__________________$2.75 Corned Beef, Libby, No. 1 cans: were 40c; at this sale14c 500 Pounds Arbuckle's, One Pound Packages,
'" Corned Beef Hash, No. I cans: were 40c; at this sale____14c 4 Regular Price, Per Package, 35c; at this Sale_____"_25e ."j

: Whatever you may miss at this sale do not let this get by you A big reduction in the prices of all other brands of Coffee-
RICE RICE RICE RICE
without getting as many cans as you feel that you can afford. such as White House, Helen Lawton, Cracker Boy, St. Regis, Orange !

Cheapest Food Product on the Market TodayWe NEVER AGAIN WILL THIS OFFER BE DUPLICATED Blossom, Seminole, Chase & Sanboro, and others. .y;,
Be sure and get some of that Peaberry Green Coffee: Most I'
hare just picked up a wonderful bargain in this food so universally -
everyone knows just what it is: Most everyone likes it: Has been
used, and we are going to give you the benefit of our luck. !
selling at 30c the pound: At this Sale, 18c.
We have forty sacks of good Whole Rice. There are one bUDr' I
CANNED GOODS And we have a nice quality of Roasted Ground Coffee that
dred pounds of it in each sack. You know what it has been selling '
pleases many people who buy it regularly. The standard price per \1
for-but think of this: We are going to offer it at $4:40 the sack. FULL LINE OF ALL VARIETIES OF BEST CANNED GOODS AT
\ pound is 25c; at this Sale, 17c.
r' A. You'll surely not miss this. EXTREMELY LOW PRICESWe
ow .
We have also bought sixty sacks of rice, the extra fancy head '
have not the space in this announcement to name all the
"1' variety. It is well worth lOc the pound, but during this Ten-Day Canned Goods we shall offer or the wonderful prices we shall make; SPEAKING OF BUTTER AND ,

Sale it will go at 6c the pound. but you may be sure that in every case you will get the biggest bargains
OLEOS s
you have ever been offered. Here are two samples:

FOR THE POULTRY YARDWe No. 2 Tomatoes, Standard Pack, Regular 15c sellers: \ Look at these-always remembering there is a very small margin in oj

Get all you want at $1.05 the Dozen Cans these goods, if they are of the right sort: ;
carrying, the is well fine line of
public aware a necessary -
are as '
Fine Peaches in No.3 cans: Regular 50c sellers: Clover Bloom Beat Creamery Butter, :*
( and all this stock will in the HOUSE- ?
for the Poultry,
things go Take aH you want at 25c the can . Regular Price 65ct: this Safe_,_v___. 60c"''
CLEANING SALE. Poultry raisers will find especially low prices -w. . '-. t', I
as long as the stock remains unsold, on such things as Oyster All other Canned Goods, best of brands, at corresponding: prices. Nutola, That Good Nut Oleomargarine, -' ,_, .A. v',.'. i
Regular Price, 35c at this SYle,._ ,. ___29c . ., .
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Shells, Mica Grits, Meat Scraps, Chicken Chowder, Laying Mash, , .. ? ": ,.. e I
b j'made Scratch Feeds, Poultry Stock Powders, and other goods. Investigate EARLY BUYERS WILL FIND BEST ASSORTMENTS. SALE Wilson Certified Oleomargarine, "*r t '; : ".*fh /A_ et .T,.

6 these and save money. OPENS SATURDAY, MARCH 26: CLOSES SATURDAY, APRIL 2 \ Regular Price!, 45cV; 1 thij Sale\, -_ .34c '

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FOUR THE KISS1MMEE PALLET GAZETTE; FRIDAY. MARCH 25, .


;I ; 1--: : KbSLAiiiYLi::: V ItLLI Y.- GAZETTE--any of which.I would' penetrate through the 1, I earth'* atmosphere and reach I 4 1 1I "

the earth's surface.
R This'would lead.' to a celestial bombardment which ,
Published Every Friday would have i incalculable effect" .' I I

al I j By Kii imrae. Valley Gazette Company, Kutimmee, Florida There aVeMome disagreements.among scientists as to the effect which I

W. B., Harris, President .J "L G. Vans Agnew, Secretary' will be produced. by this. wild comet which. i i. breaking' all 'speed-law* byushing I
'\ W. L. Thorn Jyke Editorih along at the rate ,of about 110,000 miles an hour-with* this, earthas !} I f'
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I \ ,' Subscription Rates j thirst. / stop but all agree upon the date' *'when .Pons-Wennecke will be I

: One" Copy, One Year__...-?.,__.....-_.,.?._.,.._.-..$2,00 closest to us-and all agree. that there' ; will bea magnificent display,. of celesta .
; One Copy. Six Month*__--...,-.-____...__,-,_,-_-, 1.00 pyrolenics. "
One Copy Three Montha .-__ __ ___. .__. .50 '\.;
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j't t \. Do not forget the day and date-Sunday, June 26. No postponement
(Entered at th. I'ostofflce at Klailtnmee, Florida as second-classmatter.) 0"'aounl of bad weather conditions.

All communlcntlona except from onr authorlird. correspond. must bet
.tuned by the writer.
Rojcctod matter will not be returned unless .n..d .for. j DESTROYING A VALUABLE FLORIDA ASSET
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, THE Foreign AMERICAN- Advertising. PRESS; Representative ASSOCIATION.. _. VELARS ago the Rocky Mountain sheep was a common,' although a DollarsI I
3 Million
----'- -- -- most t agile, asset to Colorado. 'From all portions of the country sportsmen ,

would flock to the Centennial State for the sake of "getting a shot"at that

r EMBe R wonderful gamey native. People came from England and from other spots but- '

overseas to hunt the animal. Finally the state saw the conditions being: L.

brought about t and realized (hat the breed would soon be extinct and there

t was at once made a 'closed season" for as many years as might be found bought MUSIC

ti necessary to bring, back to plentitude sheep and in tins manner war ,

j utter extinction prevented No finer
.. gsTATe' !r'S PyI h I Florida is now seeing that the alligator is being killed off at a far more of science than Thomas :\. Edioll's011.. in perfecting J

rapid pace than is the natural increa e. Unless some legislative steps are the phonograph. The skeptic rose in lull choiu ,

I taken, with heavy penalties for fracturing the law there will soon be no when he proposed a helter phonograph an iiislit' :

-- alligators to be found in the stale, and thereby will Florida be bereft of ment "thai could produce music a- human as ill* 1

I FRIDAY MARCH 25, 1921 _" one of the drawing-cards "lop-liner," so to spe k. :Gators are ruthlessly artists' who first ga\e it utlerancf" -

......_:-:-:-:..:_:_:_:.-:-.:_:..:..:--:..:..;-:-: _:..:-:-:-:_:..;..: (..;-;..:__:..;- -:......:-:-: ( .) :-( :-:..;- slaughtered and allowed to lie where killed; they are captured and Mr. Edison's experiments exhaustedthe
:I confined in a way where they sooner or later come to an untimely end;

PUTTING FORTH AN UNUSUAL: SUGGESTIONoOo I .they are used as "targets" by the travelers on streams and fakes and canalsapparently entire field of research in sound

..I merely for the pleasure of "killing something; and all the reproduction. He built and rebuilt
---- -- until hit Final perfected model cost
I time the number is being steadily depreciated. ,

But few people use the edible of the alligator for food him Three Million Dollar .
This talk of bringing prices whether, farm prices or other price I portion ; even

back to the prewar normal .is morally wrong and economically impossible t' I I should] .this be done the portion that is a ranly fit for the pleasure of an And the result? .

We incurred a heavy national debt on the inflated prices. epicure is .so small in each 'gator that it is hardly worth the price of the .
Ask --omt or><- who .ittt'mlt'tl j "hi I ( ,'li. If we could force all prices back to the prewar normal .(which we X I shell used to kill the thing. The sportsmen are rapidly removing an asset ( ,
'I'uc-any I I iviniiir, :Na'e'mix I !ti' I'l'n. it tin luau inKisimmti -
can not) .it would he equivalent to just about doubling that debt. f I of the late for the sight of an alligator is one of the exciting moments There teas t',' put,I ttutli MiKu >-

We can pay off our debts much easier if we maintain n price level ;: I of a 'touring trip- and gaining nothing thereby. There should be a '"closed sans in) .J1)l'aI.) ,i-on with : o,' HI:
more nearly the level at which the debts were incurred Secretary I kea on" for five years on this creature. voice l by the New Fdl'-o",1. no. one could I. dislmguish .
If .the "shoot the), liMiiir \ojti( fr-nn tH\- t'IE.-] \T\l\ :-'; ,
of Agriculture Henry C. Wallace. .t.l:. I sporlsmendesires to something" let hum get after the ,.
bobolink commonly called the "reedbird"for there is something that .

..-v-------A >-"....XXX'X. __:- ;'+---OOO-----H---: : : ; I forms a delicious dish for the table; besides which the demolition of that
I NEW EDISON"The
.. bird will. remove one of .the annoyances which the growers of rice hale

TECHNICALITIES SEND MURDERER TO CHATTAHOOCHrE: I "worse than poi
thing, but kill and eat the reedbird which is destructive to certain crops Phonograph with a Soul"If

GRACE Howell, who murdered her husband! in :Miami has been en' and forms a delightful ingredient for a potpie.
you lov' 1111".1 \n if) :ir| "f t with\ I iii! "if t"T.1 T 1'u- .
the hospital. for .the insane at Chattahoochee. - --- -- -- -
to FLORIDA WILL RECEIVE issue unfit'nit 'I I hi. "...A I.-: ) "!" i.pi......Tit- I lni'" 1Altlhon
MUCH PUBLICITY
This incident, by itself. /, would cause but a passing remark by those: ]ItollirM.I'' pint
who have not followed the case from the time the murder wa committed ; --

but 'to those, and the tax-payers who have been forced to pay huge bilk MORE than ten million people throughout the United. Slates will read The *-oti] cr v( flit ch..aj!., ',' ',T 1"11" lit it "- M I 1" \.

for the four 'trials the woman has been !given! there comes the wonder whv of f Florida as the several hundred editors who! habC'en touring the state' brought, ( within II.H'I' .ot \im p IhrIt..h, I ., IN., inHtruimVl
E used in t Ih.r: m.lii-,vi. li,-I! I i- ", ,I'.j,li, .,it. ,.1 f
the "..echnicalthuI"There ; caw It. Every state sent some visitors 1 some stales more and some slates J
Mrs Kili-iii": : TimMill: HI, I4r'ur' ' Mo.ii: )1' , is a bitter feeling against the woman in Dade county where her but a few to participate in the excursion and partake of the hospitality' for *-';. """ 11

husband was murdered and .there was little doubt .that a conlctionould extended by various cities and communities following .the itinerary plan- _.\,

follow the trial held in Miami Because of a technicality!! the supreme couil ned by the committee in this Male ; and the visitors were loud in their word DRUG STORE ti

/ set aside the verdict of murder and the second 'trial wa conducted at West if f praise at .the showings. I 104 Broadway .

I Palm Beach because of the declaration that an impartial hearing could no' 1 .ome of the important cities. < "fell down in making proper appropnam Night 21 PHONES: Diy 41

t be secured in Dade county. Again there was a \cidict of murder! and I .>>' for the reception of the :National' Editorial Association: and those

the verdict aside. clf/' once more was set II II'i
'i Then numerous hysterical women commenced to espouse the cause of he many points where they were taken care of and were given the "glad,,
''land" will aid all the stale : yet there will always be. a bit of a belief thai
\, the culprit ; not because she was insane but' because she had ,ulf lC'd mor 1 (_ s
hose cilies purposely ignored the trip thinking .the occasion was not one of
than her hare To be sure the jail! atVert Palm Beach i IS ome\\hat I Inferior I
in its accommodations to those given at the Royal Poinciana: and ufficient importance to expend the large sums demanded by ..he1<11. But I

"I for a woman the place lacks the accommodations which, should be given' ; editors are pretty fair-minded men, after aland/ it. may be that they real- I .

Mill with the several women looking closely after her and chiding- the jailer zed that a multitude of demands have! been made along all lines upon all/ i d.. ,

,. oIi.+.;"i, for his lack of attention, and bringing her consolation and dainties. Grace dies, in florida'unlil the public purse was well-nigh exhausted--and that 'I Everybody Who Is Anybody Advertise Their "Wants" in The Valley Gazette

::" Howell seemed to get along very well At Tier, third trial she appeared far taany were, "really, unaware of the: great amount of publicity which would, I

lell -crazy than some of her firm adherents, and she conducted herself most Accrue from good entertaf ment. -
For the next month following the arrival home of( th/ visiting editors I
becomingly. '
will their publications teem with good things said about F orida and it isbut I BIRD
trials and the
. / There were two more -- two more disagreements as to ROOFS
fair to wish for those cities so well playing hosts to the investigators
t verdict upon the part of the jury. It was prophesied by the majority of
.. that they each will receive the merited amount 'of praised To a greater
there would be
those attending the trial that in each case a disagreement.
: 1' or lesser extent whatever may be said in regard to the xcellence of the
; It was argued that while she had committed the murder as charged she ,
I' and the thousand which astonished the visit who had ,4 4 .
Mate surprises ns not
i had more than paid the penalty; that as a woman and a mother she should
before been in direct touch with various Florid benefit
of will be of
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portions .5
be allowed to go her way "and sin no more. The juries in the two mistrials f
for the whole state; and while it is not really fair to ride on another
had
appeared to have the same thought -at least some'of the jurors :
nan's gas the outcome could not be changed if so it might be desired.
t. and again some of the jurors declared that there was no use in finding

a guilty verdict that would be set aside by higher courts opon "technicalities."
STATE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION SOMETIMES ERRS I ..
The easiest way out of the embarrassing dilemma was to find the

i, woman insane. Tins would stop any expense that would be incurred by FREQUENTLY have cases been cited where the State Automobile Association i I

having another trial which, no doubt, would have resulted in an acquittal. an organization supposed to labor for the best interests of all sec- ,
: The of Grace Howell's maintenance, for 'little while at least, would
expense of Florida has created false impressions indicating
>ns a drifting into ks .
;:., thus be placed on the state--.and the state was better able to support her politics. Such practices weaken an association which is supposed to be MEPDHSn 'TS '"Y Yo I

that Dade county was to pro ecute her. And, because as the time drew laboring for state-wide good. As with an individual, hard work is requiredto : 7 IJ J

l 4, near for the fifth trial Mrs. Howell cdrnmenced to be "a noisy prisoner; live down an error-especially an error that was needless.As 1
t ,
; violent l; threatening on numerous occasion to kill herself, her daughter may be noted by a clipping from the Melbourne Times which appears tRA"" ,y yOur ")1

1 t and a man" it was deemed best to get richof her. And Chattahoochee was m this issue of The Gazette there seems to have been some information yi 4.f

the best way out Deportation would prove more economical than farther given out regarding the Kissimmee-Samt Cloud-Melbourne cross-state \

deliberation. -- highway which was based upon mere rumor; possibly the "wish was fatherto Advice iWon't ,t
f The Bob Ashley cases forced Palm Beach county to pay some extremely the thought" expressions given through the press. To publish such I

i ,:; heavy bills to Dade county; but the Grace Howell case will allow Palm misinformation regarding a highway is certainly not a righteous act--and Cost You a Nickel :-1-
frequently is it fact that correction does follow the
not route
. a a same as
Beach county to get some of that money back; for the murder was a Dade in and let v''
\ a mistatement. More care should be used in disseminating information by COME us figure with you the cost
county affair and that county was the one to pay the bills.! state organization-else the organization will gain a bit of unpleasant a roof. l'

1&F and will lose considerable and The Gazette would
notoriety prestige ; suggest Because of their honest
Jl. ," : PONS-WENNECKE IS RIGHT AFTER US quality and rich "
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.... that a more painstaking publicity agent be chosen-or the present official appear.ance -
would
you like
to have Bird'srfoof.
a
.' be remodeled. be ,
May that
WHAT promises to be the greatest display of meteorites, if scientific Bud's Roof won't'cost neady as '
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utterances are to be accepted as correct prophecies, will occur on the day SHOULD BE RETAINED IN OFFICE much the as you think, because we can tell you just

: ts,1 and night ,of Sunday. June.26, when- the erratic comet, the Pons-Wenneckc right Birth Roof to use for JOUr part1cular ,+
building tOur
THERE is every probability that the president of the State Board of
'l''t will come dangerously near this earth. About every six years this comet Health, Honorable Joe L. Earman, and Dr. Ralph N. Greene, secretary and advice won't I,;
I ', gets around within a few million miles of us--but this year it will be thrown health officer of-the same board will be retained in their respective positions willing cost youa nickel We are
to
spend the
out of its u.ual'coune by the attraction of Jupiter. -in pite of the determination of each to resign his post. It now appears Bird Roof will make time to show you why a ,. !

Professor Crommelin, who is among the world's great- astronomists, that sufficient pressure will be brought to' bear upon them to force for others. good /for you just as It has ,

say: "The orbit of this comet will almost intersect the earth on June 26. them to continue the good offices they have been rendering the state--al- ,t
though each of them is anxious to shift the burden of the upkeep of the Whether you need Bird.s Parold'
; If the actual date of its intersection shall be at that time there will be a Blfd's Art-
board to shoulders that may be willing. The past regime has been the only Craft, Bird' Plain Slate-Surfaced' (
i ; collision. The world will "hot be 'wiped out'-but there will be the greatest successful term the board has ever experienced. The financial condition is Itlled Koof.ngs!: or Bird: TWin. Bud's! Gran- -t

r d shower of meteors ever seen and possibly, some damage and casualties." good-and the accomplishments have been voluminous. that a pamphletof wl, showyou how little il will Shingles, we '
i Sir Richard Gregory, a scientist of great note and the editor of the scientific considerable size is reqoired to enumerate them. No members of the roofing right now. t cost ,to do your i ,
' board have ever labored so assiduously as have these two men-and success
; pubJicati08.tyled Nature has this to of the erratic comet: "If the SON
say WHO .
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has crowned their able management By DO means should they, either of ac (EM.byb.d. 1711GJ Ea.t Walpola, Mar. .c
head of Pon-Wenneck hits the earth the .
continuous combustion of thousands them be allowed to leave the board.
of met roit" might set the world on fire. I think, however, there is for Sale By "

*, little chance of this happening on June 26. There is abdut as much chanceof ALL WOULD DEMAND INDIVIDUAL PHONES

the world coming to an end at that time as there is of a random shot' W. B. Makinson Company
I POPULARITY in magnificent proportions would follow the laying of
from a B0e' hitting a bird in full night. If, however this
Ali', very remotest the telephone cable from Florida to Cuba if the wires should be hollow in Phone 123 KISSIMMEE
c.eat occurred there would be first tremendous shower 308
a of shooting stan I place of being "hello!I' Broadway"I

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___._._1-": THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, MARCH_ 25, 1921 FIVE

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Furnished. Flat for' rent' W. B. Fop Sale) Two first-class tickets II OOOOOOO.O. . . .. .-.. 0 .. .... ...000000.. .. f000
ITEMS OF A WEEK I IU84 Harris, Gazette office. 14-tf r. A. C. L. Ry. to (Central Ohio, .

FOr ,the I latest and most attractive ELECTRIC CAFE: $25 each. Apply 21 .Mabbette street. I Lower Furniture I
in Millings and, headwear and foot. 15-ltx Prices are

s' Gulf fertiliter-the kind that wear see the display of Sunday Attorney P; Ai Vans "Agnew was

gets results. Ross Graves, agent next. ,. ? EASTER' SUNDAY, MARCH 27 in Kissimmeefrom his Orlando of- :
''I flees yesterday, and, in companywith Standard
: in Kissimmee
The question of location of'Sout h- Use Gulf fertilizer-the ,kind that. MENUs his brother, E. G. Vans Agnew, .
ern College Is receiving'much atten- get respite\ Ross Graves-agent made a business trip to Saint Cloud, fllf
tlon frw both .
ministers and laymen. Mrs Don Barber and two. children, Is--. A most charming reception was It ttandi t Id reason and,*it.wholly logical
Bad debts collected or no 'pay, Results of the Peghorn district, have been '. held last evening at the Chapter
1 ,.guaranteed. J. M, Willson, dii> spending the week with Mrs. ROBS SOUP House where the local Pvthian Sis that we can sell the many grade of
tract manager. 15-tfc\ Barber of Patrick N honored "
street. CHICKEN GUMBO} tcrs Grand Chief Maifgio '
: A marriage license has been !issued Easter Bazaar at Rebel-son's pharmacy Loeury, of Tampa who was hereupon House id Kitchen Furniture
from the office of the county Saturday conducted by the SPAGHETTI A LA CREME an official visit.PHILADELPHIAN .
judge to Louis Perry and Cnthrmo Methodist .. -
Missionary Society, -
S. Goodell both of Saint Cloud. ...- WORRIED Dining-Room 'Porch
i Census figured show there are two Fittings
We have for sale and are constant hundred and one religious denominations STUFFED CHICKEN WITH EGG BY THE FOOLISH MICROBE .
Iy receiving; new lots of that elegant in the United States, In addition at lower prices than those deal
i Hampshire Cheese. Waters & Car- to this list there are the__holy DRESSING It was midnight on the oCt'an-
son Grocery Company.: Phone 12. rollers. '' Not a street car was in sight; era paying extravagant rents
ROAST; BEEF The su'n shining brightly
Dry weather is was
retarding the We have for sale and t
germination ; are constantly -
of PORK LEG COLD VEAL LOAF And it rained all day that night. Think this over-then in and f fine":
recently planted corn; receiving new lots of that elegant come inspect our, Mock*.
the early planted, however, is doing (Hampshire Cheese Waters & Carton I 'Twas in t
day winter
a summer
. r. well although showers would be ben Grocery Company. Phone 12. -
Have selected
eficial. The snowflakes fell like glass; you that Fireleas Cooker?
A marriage; license has been grant-'j ORANGE FRITTER CUSTARD A barefoot boy with shoes on
Fancy work and, cooked foods tm ed at the office of t the county judge; ,i Stood sitting on the grass.
sale! at the; Methodist Missionary Society's to O. I. Lenfers and :Miss Mono A. !' -- '1
Easter Bazaar at Roh('i'soA's Huffman both of Davenoort, Flor- '' 'Twas evening and the rising sun GRANTHAM FURNITURE CO. .
ASPARAGUS UPS
pharmacy.Jumc'R' ida. Miss Huffman was for a nurn- '', Was sfttinir I in the west :
II. Moore, a capitalist of 1 ber of years deputy clerk for John :i iI : HOLLANDAISE SAUCE And the )little fishes in the trees
dreensburg Pennsylvania toms I I. (h'rl."tr'Ct.and also acted at Were huddled in thoir nest. 7-9 Darlington Avenue Telephone No. 291O
clerk for T. :M. and' MASHED WHITE POTATOES'
Florida ivory winter, und has been Judge Murphy, i i
spending; much of the pant season on I has a large circle of friends in Ki-i- STRING BEANS Then the rain was pouring down, O'OOOtO .o ..oo.ooooOOOOOOoooO'O"Ot'oo"

t the east coast, was in Kissimmee on sjmniee.Wanted. I I.I The moon was shining bright; _ h
Thursday-guest of hiM cousin, :Mrs.J. : To borrow $2,500 on I And everything; that could I :M. Willson. I I gilt-edge security. For particulars j i Was hidden out of sight. I
Will exchange nice five-acre truck I inquire at the office of The Valley I I PICKLED EGGS WITH NEW - - -

fcfnrm inside city limits in good condition Gazette. 8tft ,, BEETSPERFECTION While the organ/ peeled potatoes .. oo.oo..o.o.oo.o ..ooj

for a' roadster! or touring car.Here's :\ and !Mrs. II. :M. Breaker wi'l' ' IHfd, was rendered by the choir;
your chance. J. N: Parker leave Saturday morning by automobile i| SALAD Ax the sexton rang the dish-rag j J Manhattan Hotel. a
Someone the church fire.
due oust; from auto ,'lImjUMt\ across for Cleurwuter whore: they cxnect ''' set *h. on .
railway. 13-tfc: to be guests of their son and his ,, ;
Platt wife, :Mr. and Mrs.' C. W. Breaker, '! "Holy Smok-! the preacher shouted, ;
'Woolth'ilv'ho has been in j DESSERTICE
In the rain he lost his hair; I I
the employ of the local for about a week. j I .
express com CREAM WITH ANGEL Now his head resembles Heaven,
pony is i now; Io-hind the drink fount..irf Two officials of the" Kissimmee''| I For t there! is no purling; there. i Special Easter Menu .
t at the Central drugstore, sup Land l Company-:Messrs. Jessinger FOOD CAKE I I Sunday!
1 flaming Calk: Nolnn who hal another and Hnrter-were in Kis.immee on A

position ,in view- us he is desirous Tuesday !looking after matters concerning :CONDITION. OF MRS. LUPFER t'
of remaining in Kissimmee. the land company. They IS EXTREMELY CRITICAL i ii. : Vegetable Soup
TEA COFFEE BUTTERMILK |
Dr.) T. )I. Rivers has removed his expressed, themselves as anxious *o I
office from the Pilley building, and l dispose of some of their holdings/ Chicken a la King with Dressing ShrimpSalad +
< tW-1 12 to 2 Per Cover. 75c But little change is reported fromithe
fore their home in 'I
is now occupying convenient suitein I'adelphia.returning to bedside' of Mrs. S. I I.. Lupf'r. i Pickled Beets Mashed White Potatoes Deviled EggsCorn

thv State hHn"Iork.\ These offices [Severn! operations. hllh'n made Custard '... i
are on the second) I floor fronting I I J. I 1) Fisher, n man of some seventy I G. R. DAYSONProprietor lo relieve the ,sufferer from severe
I Darlington nTonup. Telephone" 148. years is suffering from a broken : p'IJeumonill-lind there still remain ; : Coffee Hot RollsPineapple Iced Tea ;
13-4te: shoulder.,' He was driving a truck:': '' '
f ( faint traces of hope. : Sherbet '
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Mr. and, Mrs.' II. M. Wells left on on Saturday when he struck |t bit of t --
Momliiy for their home at East Fairfe'1 rough road and the sudden fprirn Cardinal' Gibbons DietBaltimore. I'I
: I I. Vermont I -accompanied by Mrs.Kpiina threw" him' from the car. He was I I i Reservations must be made prior to six o'clock Saturday evening.

Hill who !ha-- been spendingthi ;immediately picked up and carried' fo Several close-in building lots. ;March 24.James CarI 'r Phone 22t. Dinner from 12:00: to 2:00.: Per cover 50c.
ean here with t 11('111. The visitor his home on Iliilingham avenue?, Terms, and cheap. Nelson RealtyCom 'dinalribbons(;'.... H7, ;irehbir.hop i rf
were highly delighted with Kiss'mmee. ; where physicians reduced the fraotuie. I puny. the Anierican ' . $
Baltimore, and primite: of <-- : >-v <-*
und n'''iiroil' 1 their friends |, Go to the Easier Bazaar' at Rob- : (Catholic hierarchy, died at tn"l I -- -
that th(101". I Inhere at an eailydnte ); The lint alarm given nt !/IO/:'! Sunday erson's pharmacy on Saturday arch episcopal residence here 'M---> .{+t.0.. O"'OO'OO.OO'O. e 000.0
S nest' season.)1r I, morning was caused) liy an nut I, Easter eggs and baskets. after. a prolonged{ illness whichma I
and, ;Mrs. William Wint<>rton, I 1< mobile in front of the Tress store. I Every woman patron of the f""I'I, nly affected. his\ heart. The end t
who are well-known] \ in KissimnmeI!I When an attempt was made! to start' trii"life at the Raster dinner is came peacefully at 11:31:: o'clock.! j

nhete they own same nice i .property, '! the car there was hnrk-firinir\ an explosion !he presented with a bouquet of sweet t I A Few of Our !I y
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!I. ft on Monday; for their\ old! home : and, the vehicle caught lire; peas. Evidently. the management A Little of Everything I I Bargains
but convenient chemiials; extinguish- '
in Sidney Capo. Bretonovii Scotia. '' believes it is all right to "tell ,t
I'r -e\oral months they have been "d l the blaze with little, if any with flowers." Electric, tailor's shares that can I

n sal, l ng in Tnmpnhete :Mr. Winterton The fire apparatus "a" not 10"R.j' We have for sale and are constant make 1(10( ( cuts a minute are a Chi-

bits held'' a "responsible. posi- out. Iv receiving new lots of that eleglriitHampshire caftoan's invention.A j I

dV t'n. and tTie" family, will retui n here |I I The fire department wa called nt Cheese. Watcfs & 'a'- paper" collar has been made toprotpcl I. ; 2 Packages Pillsbury Pancake Flour_______________-__-_-___35c
lit n later ""t. "ne-thirty on ;Monday aftr'-noun to ; Phone 12. \ the stems of delicate plantsafter .
While there is to l h. nil especially I|I I the comer: of Vine and III,ink stroots.whrrc ''son E.Grocery T. Marple."ompany.who has been ih the they have been planted. j i 2 Packages Kellogg's Corn Flakes_____--___________________23e "

.M I I' ,nil| 1 hill at the 1""'<1110 Saturday ('V' I'i It bad cbiinnevhml wet fire tothe h "Tattyrl, \l\le" being, unri I<1\ roof of n house occupied by a can \IK- identified by the strand of
of I ning th" |prior motorthere u i i-, to lie I|I negro" flllnll '. The Humes were ex( recoveringfrom. to his home an in operation Kissimmee retuiucti colored<1 thread running through it. I 2 Cans No. 2 Corn_ _________l__ _________________________25c

nn added attraction in the appearia. I I, inirui-hed before the department nr- Tuesday. Me is convalescing in n A Newton N, J.. man picked u I 2 Cans No. 2 Baked Beans________________________________25c

-c one of .1.I'MStrni<.if 'for,." ]', wl-ii fu.-t-disappearing,. I rspoken: ,.fl I j jiiv ',live.I*,tl III" !" lint needed. I thenwas on the a lilt rant of "before' t'I'-, .|"fe.llneall line way.; and right.pronounces" himself a:"J IModcr't (I measured head I of lettuce 73: inches in his in garden which! I Bulk Evaporated Apples ___________--___---______________2Sc

black-face romedinii, who curries' cut I safety tees asuti'"l i Three Frenchmen .in.umfelan'.1 15 Ounce kippered Sardines ____________________--________3ScLibby's
furnished
; six-room house
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oM "in that' 7i'men ;
life amanner indicate
received
;portrayal' that oftjio i-. T t Nose negro equalled.There !. i I Report-are paving their' way through I for rent or sale; bargain; immediatepossession. a machine that takes moving pic-j! Corned Beef per can--______----___-_--____--____ISc

e i." to be no all ; nee )in pi i ic ' 11t'' (;Ciiinesv,. I'mvirsitv' and 21'1: Nelson Realty Company.e.Trv lures at a speed of 20,000) second.< [ And don't forget Gardener's Famous Cake and White Label Coffee. _

I ester & Westfall, have been mentioned -.I.IIA I ue paying part of their 'xp'n"e.1! the !Sanitary Dairy whose A telescope, which is claimed will _ _
the is to be -
be the in world
] I motto is 'Purity and Perfection. largest
The record though not eompleteIshows
in there columns -
of the new laundry as recently proprietors to date that over half the Orders! l filled for cream, sweet milk, erected at Vancouver, British Columbia FREE DELIVERY 'INSIDE OF CITY

,-l opened l in KIssinimee. Mr. Lester ia students are paying: all or part of buttermilk, or skimmed milk. Fresh .
interested in the proposition only as their way througb; !school. In addition milk daily at depots-Goodman & Streets paved with granite sets RSIIFLO'YDGROCERIES R
an employee-the undertaking being the University in furnishing Woodall and F. C. Bryan Company. are lens healthy than other types, t
-\ .1 owned and operated exclusively! by t training to 1S3; disabled soldjers. Phone Lee Rogers' residence. J5-2t'! because disease germs collect in the

Mrs Hazel Westfall, who is responsible Although there will be. much "go Professor W. A. Hill, of George crevices. AND MEAT
c for the proposition which she 'ing on" Saturday therewill) certain town. Georgia and 'Warren Goolsbyand The University of Washington PHONE 176 302 BROADWAY
contemplates making into a steam Iv be plenty nf'time for tho""hl\ I Will: Britt, of Eufala, Alabama, teaching the use of'the oldfashionedhand
steam laundry as soon as she can like pretty Easter goods to visit the 'are making; their first visit to Florida loom in weaving towels, linens
we<< her way clear to do so. I i bazaar being held. by the women of I and are guests of iMr. and Mrs. and dress goods. I .. .!4> 4"> 4>4>4-04"C"C" 4"0"0"fr4"0* 4". > 04-fr +."t

George! Persons, of the Dollar the Methodist Missionary SodetY'1, II. C. Stanforrd. The visitors! plan to .
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not close its efficiency immediatelyafter fered for sale is guaranteed to their homes. %
the newspaper is printed. Pa- "'rouse the jealousy of any modest i Two-story seven-room house well
trons come into his stole long after Wyandotte. j rented; fruits; garage; bargain.

his announcements have appeared! Miss Ruth Prescott aged eighteenyears Nelson Realty Company. Have Told You Before
R and ask for goods which had been '' committed suicide at Seebring'' As attractive and complete filling We I
sold out some time previous. A last week by shooting herself in the station a'lI there i is to be found in all
while ago; he advertised a certain lot left breast with a .32 calibre revol- this section is that located midway

of eighteen; middy suits and even up ver. She will be remembered as between Kissimmee and Saint Cloud and wish to repeat once more, that the
to yesterday there were calls being living in Kissimmee several years -the one conducted by Allen Fos-
made for them-although; the stock ago with her father Bud Prescott, I'dick. lIe has an allnightanddayservice

4had been closed out some time be- and a sister. The family removed and the place is most con- Red Star Detroit Vapor Oil Stoves '
to Okeechobee from this! city-thence venient in all ways.
fore.One of tlr "old-timers" in min to Seebring. .' I Work has been continuing upon

Kissimmee: Leo H. Wilson, county farm demonstration ,.the unpaved section of the city high are the Best in existence.The .
agent, is spending today way leading to Saint Cloud-sl-
of some fifteen years, and made arrangements I at Sanford, where, he was called ti I though/ there is noted but small im t
to appear at the Casinoon attend the annual spring group provement. The teams 'have been engaged -
Saturday evening. For years meeting of all county agents; in south in grading-and the betterment .
this versatile artist travelled with Florida. The gat.herinaWP.R called' will not be noted till the new
.r "f some of the best companies on the at the instance of C. K. McC uarrie, ground shall be rolled. F.--
road-but he is now making a spe- state agent; to discuss many important Several good five-acre tracts closein. .11-tLci 1V.
ciclty ot his dancing and singing; as points regarding their duties. and Cheap. Terms. Nelson Realty 1 _
of yore when. he portrayed the old 1 outlook of the agricultural possibilities Company. .. _
and decrepit colored man. Probabiyhis of the state.
this line is not tobo The Plant City Courier is responsible
; in
equal
. r J. W. Wilder commenced on We l-
found-and patrons of the Casino I for the assertion that a large d
Ai will hear what possiblywill nesday to remove his photographic number of members of Kissimmee
Saturday
in plant from the corner of Emmettand Temnle. Pvthian Sisters took Dart
never be again' reproduced Orlando, where it has been I located I in- the 'installation of a' Temple in

:. Kissimmee. __ for many years, to the build- that city on Tuesday evening "of this

r o OOOtOottO ing on Broadway recently occupiedby week The visitors are said to have
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Miss Jessie. Ely as a popcorn made tho trip by automobile.Gro .

Bitin' headquarters. There will be many clone to station and hard u
Today
V They're improvements in the building;-as it road. \See us quickly. Nelson Real. I I
Is the intention of the Wilders to *
best "old pard" for a have a gallery that will be modern ty Company. 2tiS
THE trip is a biey :le. and complete in every way. H. R. Anstis, one of the valued I s
,
residents of !lobe Sound was in Kissimmee
Pack a. lunch, your rod and Hotel proprietors of :Miami have at an early hour yesterday
tackle, jump into the saddle agreed to reduce their charges and having been called to the ridge
make rate for those attending -
a special t
ff far beyondthe section south of here matters
some
and you're upon
I the meeting of the State Horticultural -
"pertaining strictly to busi
usual fishing! grounds, which will on
Society, open "
ness. He left for home during the
out there where the big ones (Tuesday! April 12. To secure these day-going by of Melbourne.The .
reasonable rates however it will be way
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best.
bite the
for the I to show Missionary Society of the
necessary claimant' Methodist church has been ,
.j r Da,3fiQX1 he or she is ; special making I
meeting, says a circular from Bay- I extensive preparations for the baI| .
. Bicycles ard F. Floyd, secretary of the so- zaar which is to be held tomorrow | "
ciety. at the Roberson drugstore; and there I I
ar/. And be"sure your mount In a will\ be found on sale a large\ number -
Mr. and Mrs. :M. J. Clay left on
Dayton It will take you there of articles of merit. The public
their home in Onondago,
and hark ...o1rtl).. easily, And Monday for that business /generally: is invited to attend the
Michigan-reln'et.tlng
comfortably. It Is the bicycle bazaar.
reasons called Mr. Clay away from
for hard "ervlre--on" that can the spot where he has spent so enjoyable : Several improved small farms on
be drf-pt-ndi-d upon year afterFor arrived' brick road. Must sell. Nelson Real- '
It I ear. in Kissimmee a season.on Tfcanksgiving The couple Day ty Company. above is a picture of the wpnderful burner that does the work. >

work or play the Day- and since that time 'they have villitedseveral The Electric Cafe is planning; fora i
For and Full Demonstration call store.
ton bicycle! l to the for most-ttlnifabout. economljal portions of the state; but special Easter dinner on Sunday more particulars a tour

4 : Coma mean In and :e the both Mr. and Mrs. Clay declare this from twelve to two--and has engaged -
L-JL new i ia the best portion of Florida they a six-piece orchestra for the af
'Sa.BICYCU have found. This was their first fair. Manager. Dayton has ,, arranged : Osceola Hardware Company !
VT! [ SHOP : j trip south-and they have planned a menu which he declares wish be
already to return to Kissimmee as surpassed by none other, and Is making s
10 Hi......,.. Teleaas.e 4tO be bid for the
.\\t early next season as it shall pos a strong patronage I
V 0 i sible.t_ which he feels his service merit I II .&. 1jilL1fLau1J4y -

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g gt' r 11 I'Vt'hy: Not Violet Shad We'll) Bite'.; What Is It It 1 Sounds'Too wonder, how much a longer some
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I, I notice that in all the murders Lake county i i. advertising for a' are going to .

CLOSING OUTSALE TAPPING THE THOUGHX TANK -committed nowadays the murderer "aecond"second-hand hand".convict convict cage"that Is has a of have the in state their columns papers such things" as."And :
has a fad for de..larina'thllt every gentle leader ? Suchstuff
thing went black." Just for the sake \been found guiity of stealing a now.alf ago when
right
t By THORN of relieving the--\ monotony I wish to watch, How comet ', we'd WHS read/ in books years expressions .ofthin"
; goodness nome of ,'em ,would pick out .' "And then little Up" said .'
another color, Yassuiru All Of Which 'Is True sort! had so "lowlyapproached '
who ,
He ot'"n't-I 1 Quit' j| +1 K .'" d''If she government can't run the to the. gentleman hinii 'To' what city, sir,
-T 111 When a waiter In a rentaurnn1 Propaganda IN Spreading:; ;.-' remainder of its enterprises any ?' which the
1 traveling To.
t'.' I ONE Tl1aRNISMI've A dispatch brings 'word that the better than it conducted,, the l'xprellcompani's are you 'To
brh11B| me }soup I'm hi way* watching'to : ,' ,'stranger, smilingly replied: yon
: chemical warfare has discovered then the! governmentshould
-IJI-' if he comes along "thumb* a Ur litl1 boy may
HOC (
-t't'T: been called a lyre er'a' liarI I ups liquid poison .w) strong that three let (ro, roll up its ",I.. ves-- I town where you, a closely the 4
I KO much. that I'm almost inclined It discern by lookingvt'ry ..
hands in its pockets.
without I I drops will kill any one whose skin and put its of several churches.
I Mo 'believe railing It'myowri another witness.ial.'lf- The I What Mother Goose Forgot it touches. Tdl] of which suggests IH true that the thieves In federal'express tall Let's t spires make u mental vow, to cuf.out

(easiest out in to chuckle and Rattle, rattle little Ford; that packenham. has. been well-known company two.tlilllflJldollur'markLut' cmplohadn't: that> "un way
\ throughout Florida for Rome years quite reached the
that.
Hit each note and Round each chArd like
I ;; inuncjul'just
] then '
the on
admit ,
Jokt'-lind go
,
-but haven't been blowing about. then the "gang"! hadn't'i. ( pronto
we
fumes through the lIirJ
Sending -
1..ON. . J>
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and attend to' business matters I. r know YasKum .
it 'that -On.n fully organized: you
durn way. .
know !
that really amount to HOmelhlng.. you, ye, nnywherfr1 '
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I -- -- - --- Dm-sn't Stem Right
I I Because a man fell into a tank of 4',
JNTERNTIONALI '1 i, Mary .Is S-o-m-e ls>\erMMIJ hot water, at the Lakeland icepl.int
.H ; Smith Pick ford ranhanks is the roil awarded him $11,144: dint r
to 1'0n'l' appear) in "'I he Lute Light" niri'c 1 :Many a married man irtii -
', il should say that "The I Light Ix>ve" into hot water, however, and don't .
I would also Iw a good tiling for :Mary I.l l'l t u diiincd l thing for itvxcopt It- .
dine in a. while, ''honeial disfigurut. / ion.
MOTOR TRUCKS I *! */ I *. 4t 4iIlitersilitd YP- I
A S, m"honIn" Shades ] Interests I
I II' made /llauy S. Black, the weal : It poky ''It' noted I by: the l'Iu"p"11I1o.,1' .
I lh\' :New,: Yoikcr" who was visiting in signs that .1. :\\VIII"11 IIIHI ('lirsor THE UNIVERSAL CAtt 'I
Miami see toil and fool I I lilue 1 to lealif Farmer, III their new location have. i
We have ou hand Two Model H and lii wall green enough to hat' Iii ken ,11 IIlIolher (u..in""tt 111 rid
some \.lIow informer fix it that a ,h'i"n 111 lIlt' \'al'illll" lincv whirl\ I
: One Model F New Inlenidliuiial :\10I bunch 'of cop should maioioi. fifty- thhive Lira turr'ink on n sign In

tor Tiuck We ere closing out on "live < t-i'H of extra linelailet run- 1'10111 of their' place, flf 'bniilles'' '.1 n.ut1 Genuine Ford Scrvice- and Parts I
n<'r. You km>w it.I ".\ fvpairing: ," ''I'hat'. nil. I t.
tins line al price unheard ol before I *) *) ijt 4,. *I ti.1s
four :\lIIr'h V Short :Month II" PIl(1e/'klv( . Orful I on genuine Ford pails for \oiii I Ford .11. > \1.111 old'l- ''WII'-' ,,10":
dIed
I, in fact at price in I As I the city election.! IH to !it, heldon S".,..king "'ieI INSIST whiii have) not the quaint,i .
sell: counliilcit
"how. I sonichocked the 1111..r1111I1 many garage i.mtalioii pails
I years ago. Snlutitay :Maith t :Jis t; if the new was
nut.\ o'' shall he sworn into ofli.w! on "\ (' ( nt the Casinri. Thcit1 vv.n: ,i i of the genuine\ Ford parts but the) :\iilhon/eii! Fold Dethoiied .ilei- a- well dk the Au
that tight it naturally follows. that t.iliU\ right I then in full view of tin*
t One !Model F, with Cab Top Glass ;M.mli !7 will he the lirM of :M.iv audit.in. '< -an Along the same lineof reasoning, with farebare .lejrs'! ''iiH-uni '
:i j. 4 Wind Shield Front Seat Section 110\\\i"r. it might U> said that last 1 Not ,--t.tih rtf invi'iini\ ; "n V-m l h v are safe with teem, while your cal i< mighty unsafe li 1 repaned| vxilli imitation, part

all Cord lire' 35x> front 36x6 Saturday was 11iiy-day.- h"l.k' off I just hlnit one of my ry ciitflil .. the I real Ford parts are made from the same pioperly, I heat t (liealrd! -led a< thorn'!.
:K *I kShe 'I
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rear. Should lie hankful :;j. *! *" counterpart in the Ford car. l.xriv part I' 1. ticalcd ar.indulg. \ lo its ur l Depending
I \''''hale in her bed a \\omin at Ilor ( oll'rvHtillllIo..t: I nusunl I
i Regular Price _ $2685.00 ; nell, :Nett'York': vvomant ;a? 1'111'I <'onjrii"ional I lU'c-ord! i.. murk/ : upon the service ihey perform( I i'od, pails arc 1 t..rn'r..d: l In ni-uir the, 101l1".t" t thie.
hell, New' Yolk, way seized" with a lilllitei ic.nlnir of )l.iti-" -II''" the eve> '
; Closing Out Price $2000.00 I trump and as a result fr.utured a hietM.e11 aitonitlimirlv. redundSome / Tested alter almost 1 e\l'IY operation while being malllltadur, these. pails pit"

She .should lie thankful 'tvvano of I tin- recent IMH's have Teen. .
Country
leg under I 10'.1]
; I --- < nt a \ asl t difference from those not maiiiifailined wprnr' i ''Jin+ !
woise I've known of men* in u(.I'ow page. and oecu"ionnll\' a-
One Model H \Mlh Front Seat Sec !bathing being si'i/ed with a ,cramp high ..i1four Rages--tvhith is a l lilt (felt parts' range fiom thirty to se\ellly-j\e( percent litlu; the qu,111\ of the I ford.
'and, l hy he k, they were drowned of a i hlfrom/ oll-hund.d.p.II,
+ lion. Cab Top all Cord Tries, 35x3' Yas-um puhHuthonv, that hllbl''n' freriu .miaul., Don't lake chance demand. Ford part. llic> 're salci. Bring! tour I'"rd .

:!k - f front 36x6: rear. | II I lord truck or i iPord"on
lo u< and thus make "assurance doubly uie you want a car.
Editor Had .\ (;JrouchUeeause :*

J Regular Price .$2395.00 a man went about Bainbridge II.... .\ Mournful Lay tractor Heave your order" without delay. anow v\c can make\. fairly pronrtciehvcry
(;,orgm hU'l'ingaud kissingthe b:KH" are droppingiil prke.i I II
I dosing Out Price $1800.00 young women he local) paper mean vo tapully that any self !"f"- ) Touring Cars. Coupe, Sed...... I unahoiil! ;. truckand\.. I ord-on, liactorVliy i -,
there .said the" man "must be <'ra"y"I peeling! hen will look at an invitmirne "
4 i I tall !Mime slam at the t with the utmost. vi orn .At a \ not drop m and talk over your want-'\ ?

,i 4i One Model I M. with Express Body. I girls for. leallv, it doesn't sound dollar fm a do/in, hunfelt li ipp\
i pretty good I wouldn't di-re to lie perry morn;; n"w. thiv hardlv K''J\e a
v I Cab Top all Cord Tires 35x5 tatted crazy merely l II'<.a\i I'attempt such a thing- + front. 36x6: rear. bridge, iuiyw ay. Nossir thtr.; .'" in ole! hen 1I-IJYIl1.l ; fur' you I.

Regular Price . . $2445.00 t 10..1. of t the IIOUMIs "'
f Had To \>'ear Something -" :;k 'k;
dosing Out Price $1850.00 Say the "Toil lien \ewlndune One I'innit'kv' (,eorgia: Stan I
Authorized ford and fordson Dealer
: 1 In know, deoririn; li\e. Augustinii
Til.. I Port Pros poh< e \ '-n/i. and his wifet i t- verve ultra I
force looks spick and .span live" :She: .lltl.Ktc'd! G.i 1', Jo<,el, 't tI 1 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA(
I l All the above are New and ready for I And it ,also, looks .1- if t [ limber Rill what of ''I. you ..,1, "' "it

delivery from Orlando. I meant business, .Stand frimIllldfl (Oh, nothini, p.ntnulir -xiept that'
\1111"11/1 his" .ippl, "eil to the snpiiin.'
Y"'s, 1 iindeist.jnd! 111 i '- "I unit; lit .1.1i ,11.uM fat' a ,riit i to prevent I hilt ..
I wml i ol rliit lies'! i'I.mil or i 1 nun humrm and ki--." ur"
We also have used Truck 'I .: ... , ,
some I Mi- \ mcwnzi This another pi "f
which first cia" condition till. I Hope V..I t tslii'it ,hat )le fmllvlllil h.ls:, -klppt'l' I I': inf '
are in
t sir1-. : are 'o'r. I -hiir I la"li : f I. rOHM little t loot'
One Model II with F'xpres. liodvPneumatic ? ITS -u.- the 1 .1.1'I K "i 1\ ill' I I'n'i iI ,!j. ,;' ,;<
I 'i i 1""' n 11''ii'' /1/ i i n',,in !'.reel t i Li-t, I line :"sure \\ otk \\ onders
Tilt< Hx3: (front 36thr > I"t., i II. |ii-t "lust 1':: "' )if I-" -I'.dd i! "J.'I""tt' up' tin. ild rap I l i1--.fl.1 .,
; i mm ,niio'ig uIHH\ .r't t i 1 ,mind, th ;nn tti. I 1'1111') (ant! a I II t I (Ktlll: ,
I rear. ,1\, \ '1"-, II with Aii.onhe'd pll1I dui.-n't! It'! In looKmc. user 1 u ruin .
t Foitaer Price $1500.00 .' I 1"1'> It -lcaf' 'lound hr- 'Ins*. ,111.1 d.td t 1 1 t t\\"III\ "'.ii' s ago I nett i UP
1 : .111\ ,i'1'l. de, 0 i li.,id, :, 'InbuPe! ,' 1 In..-
r r iii t (.m \ in ir \\ ( in in tnni//1'
; dosing Out I-Price( $850.00 \\.h'li.' \il mi, on. i he "rh' <.' I hInd; 1 Iirnlh 'bntnd.il,1 ,1 : ann iv c. s,,i'\' I 1'11I 110'
f'F \ I would'ow' \\ hut 'aunti red 'Iullgllll' iroinn to - Fr ---- toad and say : "By heck live oj'ri. as she j n now hut tvvcnty- -

as 'lOne Model Sec. all ,rijrht{ you're curvJy. rigged"up. :eight it might prove emhariii'si'iir: ; t LUMBERCYPRESS !
H with Front Seat .
la mode! j but $if *h c lion, Cab Top Pneumatic Tires *, , ' ![me "'""piu. ,h tl>)iKed":: I'll feel sorely .
'I here'H: A Difference) ,.t 'i I, : J' Vt&,. hurt . '," 'I"
: 35x5 All: wheels One'of the exchanges. tfoiilinfl>t: tc" *. $I s Sfl I

." 1 Former .Pncc ____ ____ _ _$1250.00 ,I t this Office tells!] of ,'i\ negroes: beineniti'steil I'opulari/inn Popular l'r..du<-t
and l lined 1 for -l-un' ;.nt;' Tarpon Spiinc 'is rntTiiiiK) for :
f dosing Out Price $750.00 i'q"an.| .I adds tlat "I he .1"'llff I' a prod t me. 'I lure is I .1 erred, | oeith
hound' to break up tJ.* g-amldlllJ:' n' going( to ]iit' i on :MoonhhineMingtii '! .
I.lIht.1 the same )Issue Of the papei' .I"." and I I'm' vvnirt "i')injf trey I
-- I I las a long au count of a whist dub !..t'-I mirht"full"! house In thi-
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One Nash One Ton Truck, Cab Top. in Whlt'h prize of jrhnlne were neck of the woods) t In reeems lo !
won by the' host pl.i\er,.-but it have ,"('n too much IIII11t, \'Isy about
f, " All Pneumatics, Slake Body. I Ii seems that nonu of the pnituinant- 'tilt/ .tulf.VIIPII the moonshine
were ami-ted.- 'When I'm elected plays behind the dark blaik cloudlets A .
Former Price $1250.00
mu sheriff. there'll never be anyone ar- and the twinkle' of the/ stars is
i \ I-Pri( le..ted for shooting iraps or playing! hid from view. it is then the moonshine
dosing Out $650.00 "kin so long as other foims of << hlllt,. safest. inninjr- for 'tis
giiinblinuare\ fashionable. -and I can 'then they make the stuff. they bringto
jet into the game mah own ....f. )'ou.I .
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One Ford Worm Drive One Ton I ..
,-I q i J No Complainl-Evt'rybody Satisfied Possibly) She .\b-M>-lute-ly KnowsA
c Truck Cab Top Slake Body alt I Well I guess no one ta kicking I woman suentist declares that AND
'! over the verdict of the ju"y in turning there are no men angels in heaven
.' Pneumatic Tires. I loose Clara unman who no I and there never will!| he -and she i

'. Farmer: Price _u _____ _ .$550.00 I doubt, murdered the uncle of her can prove it. Mehhy: so, mehbe so; ,
husband Jake 1., Hamon the Okla- : yet I don't have any remembranceof '
dosing Out Price $400.00 : homa politician. If the testimony of i; reading in the bible "an angelshe' (; :
Clara Hamon is to be believed regarding "' crime down from Tieaven;" "and I
I. the abuse the murdered man ,'she' who guarded the sepulcher;" or PINE (
; heaped upon her during the later anything like that; in fact there i IA i I -

I ; r No "Trade Ins" Considered portion of th together she 'certainly did a- good 'atim"nhe.: It looks to me just as if
I
job. Hut one point that has puzzledme the 'omen folks were doing their,
is whether Clara rid herself bylaw "anpel" business right here on ,'arth.1
TIRES AND TUBES of her bubble or whether he 'How tome? .
died as "some husbands will, or I * Lath and Shinglesa
I whether Uucle\ Jake just took her Nuts' For 1h' Nuts Cypress Cypress
Two 36 6 Goodrich Silvertown
x
away bodily because she was all his Says the Tavares Meaid.:
, Cord, Truck Tires. fancy painted her-and none of the ;Miss Lena Nutt chartereda
4 CLOSING OUT PRICE, each $87.00 dispaUnes have recently stated these !launch' Saturday for a ride Delivered at your door at Wholesale
y ..I details But I've always said that on the lakes with her friends
'! Two 36x6 Goodyear Silvertown Cord politics is iangerous thing to get but before she could invite i Prices in Any Quantity. . .
Truck Tires, New but shop-worn. into. hem anxious "sports" had
*" *. taken up all the room.
CLOSING OUT PRICE, each $55.00
And Why Not Short
Two 35x5 Goodyear Cord. The youngest female preacher in They used her rough, Make inquiries and obtain prices

CLOSING OUT PRICE each $62.00 Illinois. :Miss! Norma Brown has issued Did every tough- ,
a statement that she "believesin I hope not one she murrn- ;
Two 35x5 Goodyear Fabric. 1 short sermons-:-as well!] as brief For a cleaner nut of our agents
Than I"na Nutt
brief
prayers And why not pray-
CLOSING OUT PRICE, each $51.00t ,, ? The only two prayers given in You an't find in Tavares!

t ,' bible ( I nm quoting from memo I *" *
: ; Two 36x6 Goodyear Heavy Duty I'.r ICOMPANYKissimmee '
;)"- as a sinner in Went Palm II Can't Re l Did
.t Tubes. ,' stole my bible) were exceeding Says the Tavaros Herald .
CLOSING OUT PRICE, each $12.00 brief The one was: "My God, Ears are coming, / back in
my God why hast thou forsakenme feminine fashions and the : :Florida
"; Three 35x5: Goodyear Tubes. ?" The other well, the bfble{ dear creatures will he ableto .
i CLOSING OUT PRICE, each $ 6.00 says: "And when je pray enter into listen. as well as talk. --' ..
1 J your closets and pray after this> wise: Wrong again. There never has
Our Father v,\'ho art in heaven; ;" been-nor will there ever .be- a time
CO. and then follows the remainder of when one of the "dear creatures"will
Ii C E what every child knows. There is listen "as well as she can talk."

) nothing, so far as' I understand, Of course there are some who'll lis- Everglade Cypress Co.-
directed by biblical instruction, to- ten all right-provided you are tell-
',1 Corner Railroad "..41 West Central wards lengthy and voluminous 'peti ing 'em the right! sort of material,
ATCDCORLANDO tions. The Lord's prayer (contains but right there you get them to
". but sixty-eight words-forty-eight of talking and see how quickly they'll
FLORIDA which are of but one syllable, and of shift into high! Oh, woman may e
the remaining; twenty but four haveas listen! for Home little time- she will x.1gb.JD1a, :JWI*. :rid.aL:
I many as three syllables.! Mia then let her tongue have full sway;
Brown appears to be carrying out you'll find she wont stutter the stuff
the teaching of scripture in a some- she may utter because she's not
r "mm SIMS SAliENT sirt. ;
what unusual manner built that way.


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_ _ . 1\, "THt;SIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. MARCH 25, 121 .t' ,


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.- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS instruments, bogus money, and a d

ON YOUR WAY NORTH STOP ,ALLOW CERTAIN BILLS: .HISTORY SIiT EN. YEARS AGO complement of what goes to impress l'
the gullible, who seek to get rich by

_ IN JACKSONVILLE' OTHER OFFICIAL.ACTS From file of Valley Gazette fraud, as something Mal and tangible -
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'These fakirs and thelrvlctimswill -
THE HOTEL WINDLB At the ..regular March meet ng' of probably give Daytona the 'goby ,...

Under the'; and the commiBKioners of Osceola- county Overntreet after this. .
.Iame management Henry t. went to ,Mii *
all members being present,; several
at the same reasonable rates. A ami to 'tomatoes. ..
pack
for reservation will POSK' ( matters not before told were The ,Florida League:: of Women

request T1VELY assure you' a room. transacted., :... R.. P. Hansen at'shipping' many Voters will be organized' a meet .' S ,ABULWARKin ,

Strictly modern, steam heat, cafe; The petition of a Mr. Ledford'l that snap beans from his farm in Cypress ing to bo held in Jacksonville on .,
roads in Pinedale addition of March 31 and 'April in theSemi-
close to everything Islajnd.Mr. lj 'A "
Kissimmee he improved was note hotel and all of the
; : west'l women ,
; ASK THE TRAVELING PUBLIC to Commissioner Hansell. am| Mrs. E. S.: JBv'nflor left for state interested are moat cordially S defense,

HOTEL WINDLE The board allowed Mrs I \VnchinfcCon-prior tft leaving for Invited .to attend. The call for' the '

Smith ten dollars a month duringthe their European trip. meeting I Is being sent out by Mrs. ,

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDAFOR'SALE time her husband should be ml J. B. galley of Aiken. third regional ... . the welfare
und paid for a medical examination William Krazure., aged 7i( dies at director of the National League for l ,

of her husband upon the recommend. the home of 'his son, Captain" C. M. Women Vpters, and Mrs. J. A, Cobet,

ation of Commissioner Hansell. I Fra ure. The remains were placedin of Jacksonville, who luis been'' appointed -

A Request from Mrs. R. C. SUVURC Kosehill cemetery. to perfect al] arrangementsfor of the citrus

for financial assistance brought out I the meeting in Jacksonville -
the fact that her several grown sons The enfrojujment of the ordinance
bcWv'ved forbidding Jle maintenance of swine Sixteen pullmim coaches and one .
were : able to support her
1 House and) the pro'fcecutinpr'< attorney was instructed inside the -j t ty limits was declared! baggage car, making the ''train carrying industry..

t to investigate the case and) with a fine of $50 for non-conpli- ; the visiting editors from every '

'take projiier/ Meps.Mr ....I nee.Hortornbk'. state in- the union over all Florida ,

and Two LotsAT : 1..Stanley asked l the board l for ; J. W. Watson.. left Kis- pusscd, through Kissimineo Friday
I'niini'ial aid, I b;.; as Inviix not flj I afternoon nt three-thirty -after Tb: .....Al
xiinmec' Wednesday for Tnllnhuss here about fifteen minutesto uiiwuvr.r..d FtLITR.l,S BA
,t itixcn of Hci'ola aunty the board ,,1' where he b" of the stopping i6. l "
will speaker and of11 whit ooporstiuj jro- ....'.
Belt! unnblf to- rr.nt; : the icou-st. water oil-up. Four <
house during"Uic session. of
407 VINE ..
<
coming
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STREETApply *
matter was token" under iidviw4iivnt. the 1rtn.rpnl| cities' in the state were not

Miss H. I.yor? of :Saint:: ( 'lotid.I. Il'llis.lature.J. hOSts of the many visitors! : Kissimmec -

Corner Stewart and Verona was allowed! eight dollar1 a in not h. !F. O'lWiv bought! of Ackiai Tampa :Saint:: ;' J'etersh.urg, and

A warrant was ordered. drawn t" bliss: the hiineii of cuttle known us West Palm 11<'11' h. Thisas because

- -.-._. Dave Ia! .s for $R7 in fii\! of -01'"- of the Time Huns stock and l comprising. I the cost of the stop,; wan deemed e.xccssixe n I I
the same am(fnt which ho had lost t ; about, one thousand head. The price h> the variinimunicipalities.< ) .
OUCH ANOTHER mill certain' outstanding vvairunts '' paid was $9,000.! ) This made Mr: -- -. - - ---- -- - - -- -
For
rapid healing there is nothini
that bad 1 !In'l'll) '.sued! to vaiiou>- persons O'lli-rry/ I the largest cuttle-owner] InO".colll
..likeIiiind' Hoio/.one. It mends torn
|
.
nn different fi>nd' were orderedrincelle !
county. t lics'i.! ', heals' c'ut"Urll" or "sores so
I RHEUMATIC'TWINCE l because in niiincrous! CII-IM --
he owners could not In'I .located. :i c. i:. Franklin;; purchased;; ;: : from I II'C. )
j Tin' State bunk wa Driven permission Ie and N. C. Bryan the lia'!"leygroveLen :111)<' 111.;< and 120. Soli] I IRobernn'u. :y

Get busy and relieve\ J08e rains to ijlovc\ a roiul-rollel'* ,, from )Deeri'arlt ,: acre" in. jjroxe and twenty Pharmacy. ** there's One

with that handy bottle 0 to 1 li"il1ll11l.C'---\\.ith, the under : iicies' additional. Mr.: Franklin. ] THE FOUR
INSTITUTIONS
Sloan's LinimentWHAT 'landing that all ilaniH ."."Vs should] be, lil No bought! from Hud 'Thomax, in 'I.
- Wade good by the liallk.. Finny Point I twenty acres winch he OF HIGHER LEARNING .

Sloan's does, It does thor- The cleik un insti noted to *<"- I ut once_" commenced; to put out ill.oranges. } .I TO ASK FOR $1,407,325

to-thc penetrates afllictcd without rubbing and- ,'ur,' plats of the new mrvey mndcv Best: Food

part > the in the vicinity, Tin.. the of
government
relieves ie I i- a fcHmg on part' '
promptly most kinds. of
external :
The ; election resulted follows
city as
if Storm Island' for the of the ,
Ire soim 1 th.it 1.101101" cannot "landurh,
pains and achca. You'll find it
] : For mayoiJ.. W. Aderhold
clean and roomy assessor in/ mak'ne' ; up JI. ris i a "Ialg appropt' " wt! 'ion. Flor.da. i lI l' a
4 non-skin-staining. Keep it I l.stK. !'"; F. (t. Thomas) ;:>:2! ; for niitf-hal .
Ii it li It of the
for sciatica I M.itr I is one si\ HI
bandy lumbago, neuralgia, I.c'onard, William*. 12 I : C. S. Ache was engaged to fJl' \the bonded, ind'Oii
1 jver-cxcrlcd muscles stiff/ back- {1\ union having no
joints i')). H. illC'.t; Jr.. 127:! : for. t rcasmer!'
certain tiee- In of the ; , ,
) Belie, pains, bruises' strains, sprains, the-locality wineL'otIi Louisiana and| Allrslplu :
lad weather aftercfllcrts.For ,dippin! vat on IIIH prernises' in order .1 A. Lancaster, SKI: for aldermen< Line !ulrcjidy. given IMMI) highetnst
W. C. Bass. 11:1:{ E. I.. Lesley IUt!)
I that damage might be inflictedupon ; ; ,
39 ;years Sloan's Liniment has Iii) | 'I"llUn"" ovri a million more than GrapeNuts
liclpvd thousands. t lie world over. You 1 the vat in case the trees should( .1 A. AnderM.,-121.-:- I lollI'. ] is reque-IU1g.'| :MisssMpi' | i

aren't likely to be an exception. It certainly blow down. I l n. F. ll.irtzell who lived across : pass <.1| the Iylplnpruition, bill, without., '

yid docs produce results. Tax ciillrotor's "ii'port ..bo\vv l the lake, filled. Die face of Ed Will] I ,i\ d.-.eating: vot1 I FI01lda) I I" a hundred

AU drugget*-35c. 70c.( $1.40. I
Counly depoMtoiy lupoits, showedthe when the latter accompanied, hy I according to 'her' assesi'dviklnation I
following balaiuen in fumlManh and Mississippi' has II
S1oansF iColumliuK BaKs, called to look. after
I 1I21! : : < ], the crop" I H'ltJ-.ell'; \; said when( he J I bonded, drill of nearly, ''Ix. millions Flavor
1 II< \ IMIIUntil 1"t'-1
,, ...' bond for The :North ( 'arolina legislatuie hll'li.1111.7011
I'm- .in-l I I'.i" | Mm. JIII.ml :4iI gave' appearance at county
F Liniment: I .,',01, *ln ulu.' '.,! :', ( court that he didn't like \\'III"ollllnd appropriated' $< ()( to her institutions .
I IIud| NIII fn: ,I1)l)1)l, of higher learning. For cult I h Nourishment
had ordered him to
neve* raman
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"Pall 1,1 .41x6l'1
1" ,. I I. I .d.I.. ..II..n,, ; .," his pi opert y. thousand, dollar.s of wealth Delaware)
",,, . ..1 pill.I ,. ," I'.,, I -- - -- --- spends, $:t LXX for higl! er education.,
I I'111d' ,.11..1" N.I., 1).b. ., ,I ., ii,, Has Had Stomach Trouble for :Seven; 'loiiila l .< spendslie.' Florida can n ? Convenience
1 . iLd I 1' ,.ul. the. .1).aI.,I.. .I.. ,I..I).I'I. Years.I I stand, still She must advance with

: .1 I..N 1;, S N. 1111. fund fl',',". Sit; I I I Theodore Sanford, of Fenmore. h'I"laIc'" or" she will inevitablyretrogtess.
Y'In., .11..1.. ,I.1)., feu."", q. ,- trouble The question that must
1 has had stomach
Michigan
FIXING TIRES '" ''' I ;"... j Economy
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to
be faced .is not! /'an we afford .
,J
-v I'.1): ;, fn.l.,,. ."5'.cI'I'I for seven :yearn and could not eat "
I .I.nL., .11"I ( 1) I ;i" an vegetables or fruit without, pain ill spend' 1 it'' but "( 'nn/ we afford not
'1'1..,, "....I.." c bills" N ". .. I.n.n.l.. 'I to speml( It'!" Hy tapping new r.1-
the i stomach unit restless nights. HyItnKintr Y
,, ,
I pp..1 .lid .1 S .1 I /I""t tnlnrirs of the funds to raiseills
.. and 1 umnl5..lnnx I ChllmlJl'llain's Tablets he is sources revenue
I' I I'' ii -" .I, fl' ".' ''now able to eat vegetables or fiui', t entire budget may be provided,
.1 I \I 11.1,1., I II) I n without with no incieiise" m millage., AT GROCERS
I II 11 II-'I.. , U' I. -
That's Our Specialty Y1 I F ,H: ,", IL I : '" nci-s. 1ft troulilcd with indigestion i! t 01 .
\\ ; \ I. I) .. ..1 '"" nnstipjition' (give I these tablets ai I
I'' btu .
.I "5.-1) . t 1 '"
Of Course, We Do All Varieties of "" "." ; " : : .''' Ii ml. They are certain to 11I'"v"1* ) AtSteinberg EVERYWHERE
101'. ,"" 'I I I 1. d.,I beneficial.' Stop
Repairing Work And We Do It 'I' I '""" , "n I5, i /pl.I. -. 1
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I. I : I' " I '1.d I '
We Sell Tires On Close I I' I I a, ?, BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED
Right. I ''I AA h.i I ..net i 1 L. ",' FROM OVER THE STATE I Made by Postum Cereal Company; Inc.
&
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4 I Co.
\\ I 1 .56" " I :p
Margins ( ,9I ui r.......mrr i Battle Creek, Michigan.
\ \I 1 1. 5l'I ,i: N'-\\' FU I )\ 'rna ''in- ,pa,.ed ,an ord'

i' I'J I II I I 5".I.I1, . '1" I, 1'. ".."" ininrv ,p ..IIbitlnl. the. operator| i.i i 1611 Seventh Avenue ,, ;t

% A''FORD' ,1)l I . , 11 nl. n.o\ le lii-iiters" on Sundityr I .
\1-., 1"1 ,, \\011.-. ,, 1II 1 LADIES' READY.TO-WEA'R EX- i ': -
I ., "I., It I 'I ho townsite of Venire on the I Iit't
''' THE VULCAN1ZER 1 I I. '. ."..I I, I" CLUSIVELY-DRY GOODS AND
ie\i\id. 1111..1
coast Itcinif
1 \ !
.
( ; "vtl 107 "I ..Ills" I'..I II. .." '. ', "" work of development 1 I-* < ""llll'lI"III.1 SHOES BEST VALUES IN Gazette "Want, Ads" Do the Work
BroadwayWOOD .
,\ \I"I." I'.. ..i.n' . .. An immense hin.-l, I list'l l lieeii plaliiRMl \I"" ;\; 11.-" r, 11 lad) is now being Jinanced.A .
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I tllnrellnne"u. CALL WILL CONVINCE YOU

t S j"\\'r" I I. IIIIIdv.( M I.lalit.l/liltt rOllll1l1""I")/, ., a-----u- :ae.tur I\\I.fHI' I nin<,ty-nine--: ': I lease haS been I i MAN HAVE: PROVED. IT

It II MIule kl 1 "III'I'IJ .t'',. o y" ) ... 1.n made by, Senator M, <). Overslreet 1-- .. ._ .'
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\\' I hnrhrtel ga1P", I ;iy,. ?>If't,. ,. 'upon his half block! which faces the - -
itself 5trnsel'. { /! afy\\ k,1+'.q tll\,!,.' __ ,-- -
jfourthousei in Orlando Goodrich & u-- "
1,1; taelil\ '(" "'"rrKrpl '.. ., t '.lit \ -
'1',1.-,.."",,, '.....1 ; .: .,J \,. ;c rrr. ''iI.I'' ] Goodrich, of Pcuria Illinois, having : _. V 1
4lnre..I.u' Iiardw-wre. I1"*! It.. |rIII-n') s *:'t t in acquired the property. The figures
.r.55t IMiilnl, Trllium-" . ul|',pl1. v 44 Vfc.t a -
For stove or fireplace delivered on i -L-ud Till.in.i,. I 1. >w.il I .M\! SI' ." named in the lease are said to haht"11 \'(' V"
.''. l .
TI. I'll'M"i lll.-KMl- 1- I.V I'.5 rut 4 extraordmarly hif.'h.lesdtnts
short notice. Also heavy hauling X \\ I'". 'I.I, \ll.l W.I. ,I. -' ,,,,
rJ1 ol all kinds with auto truck. I I' i'nnnunlx., $upuh..4) 11S.. { of Foil, Pierce ha\v Every xnanin Iie
I..I.-:..ish' ..I, St I-I..H.I. I.,1) a.
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voted bonds to the extent of $liO.IOl.for ;( .( )(
,? Leave orders at Osceola Hardware I'. i..u-s| I i.ml.; I ..r :M < 'i..n.i.. I I..a": )IH.MI' "" I :
tl f "I'. ..I i.- Hank( ".f M I'lmiil. .nil i l', S-. the improvement of the municipal
Company or T M ll\( Iis. Vol\I it H I"I electric plant ami bonds to theextent
\il.- < ;..e-ti. l.'u.tl I .1" r I" MiK
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i' li\an:, < "n. xu |Prliex| 2".11 of -$:!O.OOfJ for improving and class knew &e
I r W. H. JONESPHONE j II\ I I' Snhl utr.in u ..oil . k on' extending the mains of the municipalwater answer ..
>\ lie' '' A.- Idli ht riniil.. fur Ib! < :il) .,laT plant. Fort Pierce is under, u
I. 5'unl-.. JudeJar conrf 12 rn
813That's (1.\10 \ .lohliHoii. ulliitriM i. ("MlIS commission form of .., governmentand -
] 1 I II Sl.'iy, 4(.li. .... I I.. .'"I is. forging ahead. I 4
4 I'll:, IK-HI' SIllM-r. WltllHHH. lull"i. .. PROFESSOR MASKING ONE DAY he had a tube.
I i. I ii "R.1,iin. ,i. ri ii, ..r I'tis.ni.' I-K TO I'nI. I The sawmill and drykiln of the E.' . .
I. I H "' "rm.-r. Kprx.mf" .it" 1.111 2-.'""
Bond at Lake Helen) WAS A kindly soul. OF RADIUM and be told.
I. 1 KarnK-r.. .',,10 m.,,, CIK 42r. |IW. Company,
; T 1 1. Ciniiil.' *',,It-rii. n .'1(<- 'S have been destroyed by fire of undetermined . .
I Mlltiin. )I..1.-daer, i-i.n\lrlli.ii. |l.es 1.in. i.ii. origin, throwing out of employment t/ BRIGHTON somo subject THE STUDENTS all about WAND ,.
I Krni'Ht I Shl\r. VMIIKHK, fi ,tillS 1 .
three hundred and
flXIN G FORDS | |I' Sl, >.IV. \\tttlHKH f.11" some / BUT SO abuent-minded.< FINALLY mliUk
I.1 I 1 1. I55 ei xti l 'i. -l. rusts of -u1)' t w'" )1 fifty men, and entailing a loss of . by
.
I. K ViiniK-r. rusts .f <- inl UM VI $150,000. Loss was fully covered by

I Id ,1 1 \V Itrt.wn.AHlitnn II.J: roml, l (or.nlliii ,lnutiilIliiin ,75' "'iK i insurance, and the rebuilding will L THAT ONE. day 0 at the barb r'.. INSTEAD. OF. .the tube.

I 1C Brow) 1n..1..I.d.,1! 4r.( r.lI commence at once. The remainderof
l I W..I'rM Ai ('..r,,"... iiuilp fil (4 J 47 the plant was uninjured.More HE TOOK off his collar. HE PULLED out one. "
1, J 2U, 73 o . .
I' \ ll 'h"k\ : : : :: : ; ; I i 1 19!t ti TO GET uhaved. His
: than thousand OF cigarettes.
,i A T Mi-I k.-r. -iilrs| .In triiik S'r.K: one young .
Our Specialty .1 I I' ,lirlfnn repairs| ,n> wa".... 11 4'1 orange trees have been dug up and I 0 .
t '' .Infk 1<110'....,.... fiiii, >|,ill.H) 4 .n'l' stolen from two groves in the scenic AND FORGOT where he was AND ASKED the cI....
t'ari-\ It.-rd. r"uk d.imad sun) 4(55.50, . _
.t Ii.., I Alhitttan.. 'Inlinr 'I2n" ''in highlands country, and more than .0.
Of Course, We Do All Varieties of Tom I' l.! .-... ruudt .rk 1 y '"iSnn three hundred of the celebrated AND KEPT. right. on. "WHAT 18 the one thing. I
., 7" ..n'I .
,1 : Mi.ittnu. and \\ i.rKli "Temple" oranges have been stolen
'' { \\' Iliiiltfin. roail Mink ;:;4 S1). TILL THE cash girl screamed. DISTINGUISHES.
WHICH
Automobile Work And We Do It i (II I \\' Itri.wn. Mta.l \\.tl\, I 4:. "" from Templeton about six miles] .
a '' .i 1 I i. ctrl" MI" i. "-1. .-h '."" r.-< ::4 nu. east of Lake WalOne thousand ''
l1a Lln, .o.\11. rnail w.iik i (l'l. dollars reward have been offered forthe AND A barber stopped him. THIS MARVELOUS unbalance .
Right I hVulH Itlcluil-ilH( inn.I I ...1 K :1'? Mi. 0
arrest and conviction of the thief
\\1111.. ll.itl./ i..i.I ..rll L'l vsi '
HE WAS a great smoker. *
FROM ALL others on earth!
i I\\'I\\ M..kins..11/ . i'1) nlll'Id. | |. ..-x 42 i't' or thieves in the latter ca.su.The .
S iInnrl, )I'.,i I"". I i..1.1 w..4x, 7.' '..i'.ii 00.
i 11 I p'H"I: Sr. r.t.i.1. w...1 K 71! ".5 grocery stores of Punts (!01' I BUT HE'D often put. AND THE class roared. p
Hansell l.i !leas.!, i..i.I t\ ..III I, 7 .." o .
Eddie da have been in the habit of "
?I... ItiHl'i.. H.II\. .'\ttiu. r'.i.i.. I ::7 I Isip. keening match In his mouth.
I l.l l.l I 1151dN.1e I I I I ( 'a xul Pl.ll., HI ]1'.1'1 open on Sunday.-;-but recently a THE BURNT. "THEY SATISFY."
4'11,5$. & '","p"| II\ Illllllll' I I" )I.I" I. complaint was made by church-goers .0.
No. 18 Emmett Street "
1 .
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| l\" II I..II.I. I t. I..I.I U IiS'll 7 "" AND THROW away.
I 'I"I.IIH..II,, ,,, -I..H-I W..lk : : '" ;and. the ,sheriff was summoned from" is it always wanted
I\\'tl| 1 I..ml. i 'i..1.1,. v\ ..i''I KI "" "w Arcadia. to put a stop to it. The WHAT you've
IF'I I ,I'ltll- I'l' ....III. ,IK I'.. )I.IMlli.'l. 15-:5 1 .I ate law however that "not h THE CIGARETTE.' to dot You know the
. . says i do it not "
Chesterfields
Weak Nervous i I'I 1\ I 11.-: 5.1 Hiiii'.t 1 I.L"i 555I. answer. -they It
1 ,, lug! hut. necessities may be sold on
I"I'.I -> )17 "" STUDENTS loved him. tatisfyl r'It.s
| HIS they
taste
Influenza , -, '.. Sind the that 20 for 20 cents only please your
: Sunday
1. Following i: s n.\.i. FUII.I.| : < grocers say t
all in the blend-a secret blend of
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M I.I" I | I' I v I \ girtceries arc certainly, in the nei es e
MontroM. W Va.-"I uat spring\ S." "I II 11..1\\.. r" .nnl.L. '7' I'I in airtight p.-h.il. HE WAS so full. fine Turkish and Domestic tobaccoo.
alter havLuti too flu I was very weak liw.iLln, """II''. "nl.lt' .. I I I''" '51 -ty: c'la"--u1I,1" arc "keeping right on Aha obtainable in round It puts Chesterfields where none can
-- -- - -- with, the. open-shop policy.]
and nervous 1f I ttnu of SO, vacuum tteal' d. OF FUNNY surprises.' touch them! for quality and value. i"

I Ur got PI one..rco'HUolil bottle I of- I 1-- ---------1 I The ,people f-C..,. county are. . .

iiisrr.s( : ruoM KISSIMMKK: strongly averse to the proposition of
; :Medical I D,IHcovory 1
en and twobottles I Going; ( North: by Auto fin uuing a new 'county of whichMooie .

. I'' :Miles : t Haven would 1<1 be tli... county,
01.vor.- (
,4' (5) lie. 1'resr9puon\ I To Oilnndn _ _ ._ .u. __ 18 'lil-ane! will oppose any project tn. I
F /-r\ and they bolix-d! I To W.liter I'.u'k-----------. 2.T:\ I ITo take away any of ,its (['J'rll..rAI' a II II

me so much I Sanford _ u.u _ 42Tir : general-atlendud mass meeting from) I

am 67 yearn old Del.und' uuu _ __ _ R2"1": ,all portions of the county the gathering 1 I
null lots of To Daytona) u _ _ u __ _ 8 I
-, work last summer J To Saint AUIU"lin.n_ Ifi9 resolution : "Resolved : That we I II 0

j .and am doing my -facksonville _ unu___ 200 are unalterably opposed to giving
bousework and washing; this winter To Mount Dora-------- 4fi I II Moore Haven even one foot of Lee

ti for four In family"-MRS Jj. R. I To Kustis - __ __ ____ _----_ f.2 I county land."
\VILMOTH. R-*.D 2. To (Ocala] __ nnnnu 107 I II CIGARETTESLIooETT

Dr. Pierces medicine bare been I To Gainesville --_ _____--___ 162 I II Mnnked men at Daytona bung I
old by druggists for the past BO I I and drove from that locality a

years Send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce' of crooks who had been running a & MYERS TOBACCO Co..
Joyall.u' Hotel In Buffalo. N. Y, for wiretappers' fakeorium. Within the ;

r, a trial package of JU of hla med- Queen Mary of England is an expert house occupied by the gang were I xr

Ictne. --- .- -- --- ylilliner.a !found blind telephones, telegraphic

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/ THE KISSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE; FRIDAY. MARCH 25, 1J21 i VV l '. it !I'-1 .
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LEGISLATIVE AID NEEDED y daughter,. Mia Ola :Story, of Saint'1 of worry on my ;soul I am the rnost
Cloud were in attendance at the chet'ful'looser you' Ever saw what
POINTERS' IF SCHOOLS ARE TO OPEN H W. BORING. ,. a welltodoKanwas meeting, and a crowd came from ever the People, decide in these.. mat- -

AGRICULTURAL, ] ASSERTS SUPERINTENDED farmer Hays ha.ha. East Lake. I tern If ,it' oes,, against me ,1 take my Reho-Paste!

gained' twenty ..pound and in In Mr and Mrs. Homer. Tindall formerly medicine 'like a man and n..ver. whine

JJY U U, WILRUN COUNTY AtIENTw When the <,county, board of public bt'tl -general health than h e basbeertjn of thin place but now .of the and! never would like for the People
-' instruction met In regular :.sessior Saint Johns river settlement are to believe that' ''J" have Poison and

-*'" ? that many young chlck4na for March all members were present yearn, since taking; Tanlar. visiting Mrs. Tindall's mother, MrH. malice in my heart. For Carbuncles Boils,,.
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are f" bflnjr grown,. and considerable These were W. C. BasR, chair I Hay, of Boggy 'Creek.. The coupleIs Danish the thought from your ,

more to be hatched out lit, the next man; W. R, Lanier, and H, n, Hull i receivln!: .conlfratulatto 1s over' the mind you will never find me lighting '' \ >:
few week*, It will be wise for you C. E. -Yowell county superintendent arrival of a little daughter born in the dark. G. B. WOOllAI Bone-Felons I. .

to prepare to combat ngainst dU- and J. S. Cadel,. attorney; .for the Wednesday, March 2.., ( Note! The Gazette last weekkslated

sales Sorehead can be treated by board, were also present.. In speaking The passage of'.the'great airplanes that no controversies would', I

applying to diseased portion th'o preparation of the conference of county; between we poor mortals on earth be entered Into,, with the' writers of Ask Your Druggist
.s follows!;. two ounce of school superintendent'* and school and 'the residents of the heavens are communiftftlonx, The 'above is( published .

'1 Lard, one ounce powdered copper sulphate official, which C. JO:. Vowe.ll and W now .very frequent here'-some days because the correspondentfeels

ono ounce of table' '!Halts ahd C. ')Jasl' attended at Live {Oak, February I several passing. over us. aggrieved! < ,.. !: an editorial ;

a '41 few drops of crude carbolic' acid. IS to 18, of: the current year, The school of Miss' Raulerson at l expression, hud it Is to behoped I

l Keep out of -eyes, and apply.to affected both delegates reported that the financial I this place will clone' on Friday the incident is now closed.-Kditor.) i fail to vote
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par-lI. crises facing many (oIJltitof : March 25, with an interesting program a i :Men and woiiu-n who '
Young! baby clucks fed milk amiitll tho tale developed! the fact that and refreshments) of i Ice cream A Timely. SUJUtl'l1Iliun.i I. Czecho-Slovnkiu; .arc' !oentoni-eU' tojail. r .

by-products. will grow off fast unless more funds. could be provided I f, and home-made cuke, an a "sweet" The next time you have a'cough : . I'

and keep heslth)'. Whole milk may I' to support the !schools many counties i fare-well to the teacher who will\ or coM tr),' Chamberlain's Cough Riit-.-. royal faros .-
clubber\ will he t'atl'n' shorten their term. I leavo for Komedy. It is to take and I. A number of a ldn .'
j bu fed, but would have to s(, t | on the following day Pier plcasan\ from the Holshcvilii wll h'
mote readily by baby chick Feed, In some cases it was doubtful if thu ; -011. The exerciseswill bp well- you are stile to he pleased with /the' em-aped Iwill""I" baked' in ii. I lo.if. ol A. :
for chlokn 20 days old or more the schools could l open unless' the," vvdrth attending. on Friday evening.KENANSVILLEWHlTTIER. I Ii relief which it IIff"( .. s. This remedy iamilv SqIdrad
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cracked corn 5; pounds, tracked 1 was ,Home relief. A committee wasirppolnlod : / has a wide reputation for its cures . --' '
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.N wheat 5; pound*. sorf-hum! seed > ) ) tof'k legislative. nid.imd I i : of coughs and colds . I, Cold ,settled in the muscles) of the

pounds, cracked' I oats .1 pounds. beef II lit t this meeting of I the Ise'o111boui. -- - :" neck\ arms. 01 "Imulder inaKi) Ctrl, f.nioveiueiit .
strap :'i! pounds. Clean fresh water, n ten dollar warrant was drawn' tn Women voters of Vienna exceed I painful. t.",. llallanl-

: all I In-' time i.i essential. for growingthicks. help in -the expenses of that committee S y f'I'as.l't'k. lhetal4p 1 ..by_. :@l. poicent..! ._ I 1-1:; <>Liniment It relieve-. the paui l
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i. I '' A second cable from the' mainland, and relnxi'tht 1 muscleThru' -i'IL,< JtOc. ,
I have often been' asked by citrus W II. l.anier was ordered to linv i The co-operative grocery store' ': '' Kul.eson's i -
and :1\ 0 S..lcI b.v
to Vam-ouve'' is to ,be laid at a fontof ; ill : -
p-rovvers if it wasn't time to spIaYthe I the nofrdi repairs made to the here is doing a large !business under n r
IfH mistake touprav a I the efficient ) of :Mr". $::1..0011.( Phariuaiv."
management
grove. It is a b.g I toilets of the Piimpbell schools.Mike y
about th' time one thinks the : Simmons/ ofV"lf ('rerlc\ i I'eiilah: Williams.Hiss .
spraying should I be dune, )instead, of I,' was". infoiinod that the board could :tall it, Haisilcn) i.s now a-sisl-. 1 J

knolvingvhen. mid I what you are '' not furnish transput, Inlinn to fimiliee. ant in I the tarot' postoflice. I II -A : ;1

4 ppraying for. line) of the secrets of I' TJ alluport1)tion| ) can be I given '' Professor. annd Mrs.. 11'I IT Iluri I I r Thorough Trial a Detroit
it at and arrivals ,
Biu-cess in fcpraymg i it doing 'only to Mchonls'na a whole whenthe' u nit baby are new
:-in; ,-Timlin liiff "
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the right Inns Ale your materials for t'eai-beis'\ beie.I i where Professor: Durrani. bunI.hal'ge
I 1 Pe-ru-na
{ just amount appropriated Mich. Man Endorses .
i tmiilili-' I liiivi- (gained! 1 tvvi-nty pound( I
readyVfnte! of the school. Miss Hertha.Williams
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and machinery salaries. cnul'd! not be used" for and in Letter Koncralliculth ,
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havoc' w.th i itrui in I is a valuable, assistant. '
i is proving
fly playing! purpose.Arrangements, )than finy<-iu' ",.1." wustlu- 'I 0. ....::
> p dOI"ondt's t
the flies are I'E.I DJII1a";
letter
anne sections. When i were made with the 1 Tho following: written t
i tewarming!, |iold up on the spray for Peoples) (Blink) of Saint Cloud to burrow "II'III/hl..forwllrc( statement 11. ninilo ::1 i ifivv The infant of :Mr. and, )Jt.". Fl K.: i from Detroit, Michigan is no snap and to mo worth its weight in "

i'' spraying at that time will do' lijltlcgood. I $:)r>00 for ninety days-that liys; IIItO iiml well-to-do I'Y W.farmer Boring liviiii n ("oats who lias beenery: ill, is judgment' ".1Iiflr ('donthunlerite( gold: 1 shall continue to licePKUl.NA

( Spiay while the larva are in amount licing( needed. to settle current }prominent | somewhat improving., I I "I.I'rllIIIthe well- : ; an long asknowneatarrhremedy
before tbevIncome ).' al (Ivt-iland Park Kiinsa.4.r Mrs.: A. 1.. Aldennan has returned I live and recommend
the crawler stage, just and pay teachers'\ fi.ludge \\- ,
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adult flies. Oil ,emulsion Higullons r "jlIdl1g' the! tan years 1 ourTori-il .to. I Fort Pierce. i I II lint> rather a mature, to my frlendewho 1< are

\ to 100) gallon of water. You I li'I ."'"., T. I.. Comer reported $;!0.2"icolleeteil : ] tried' evcrythintf I knew of Jo, ret I Mr.. IIlIcI1': '.... Charles Arnold! have utter opinion formed troubled. with cut arrh "

''I red as< heisonia fungus licenses during r'-l>of, but nothing seemed to rearli a new ran spray from hunting ( ,
which is. your beneficial fungi la the \February wlvich I amount has "'\' raw until I I nod! I Tanlae.; :Myappetite ; < B. Kiiimlite, \\ ho lias jut 1 f tinlished is the way Mr. on"'II'iI1Jlthall I an en-

j tl'l'l'1I. and. control the fly after the been/ properly, dcposite, ; ; ( was poor and. 1)l)' liretiniiw Ills fifth season h"I''. has returned I Michael I Kako of I 11416 "dorsement ol this. sir
K mid,' I could hardly! retain nivfeud. from urinal
II : KastI'almer Avenue, tare an
fungus once' !gets 1 a good) start.Now ,Kltuiii., ,, ,II Miiii.in.nl, l.n tin- ,iniinlliiHSIl. !. :\"ilhnir: ., seemed to with to his home in Lebanon\
] agree in the :Michigan Metro- user. Th'rllllrrc many
} is a mighty good time to Nil I 'i'"IIi'i' I''LI, UIU ) : '. 1:1! 1 I 'ennvylvnnia.Dr. '
grass, and in the meantime' "eon}er'1the 1I.'nn.' Urn... me ; iu fat-t, I waalmost' l aeoirnmi.ldyspeptic I ( K I K Lindsay, of ("nrio. (;,'or. p"I'Rll'rill's' : "Afterusing ,\l, people in ovory eommunity -
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I' e'nnd I. Ileport1 My whole system 1 seenn-.l\ PK-1UT-NA for v whoso erperienoe -
soil moisture< by frequent' I shallow ;..n..1 .... h..." r"I ; .., gui, is e\pecled to arrive 'here da I lyeto
to IK out of shape. I\vuulit; hate about will ,in lining Pe-ru-na
; cultivations. The corn is a rank I /'I I' Nu I 1AU, II I'.i fill a 'position be hiss '. JICTOKS tin small of back '"uhail have fonndTlt'i has been ldentlcalwithgo'Id 1
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: |palm my very
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amount" Itrotkorhate Inx-n
I'1: feeder, and ruiuires| huge j i fiM ; -. I'. gather 'H'i0'It' Is the "
1'1 N, 1 x. : al times I could hardly mole medicine for ca Mr. ,
and plant. food.. Make more . : cattle/ thl"u.l....
1 of water I I' I'lg
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I I a! I'r' around. Wrrh. It has helpedme standby for conght,
the harrow : (
Jews : hu ( "
if run 1".0 Maggnrd just completed
corn per few acre days you breaking the thin t Itreel" .nix ..... .me....ta II..In ...... "My Ill'1'1'" all unstrung and I limuLsome new' residence and more a great deal and I oolds, catarrh ,, stomach .
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I every loss water' 'I".U: 7' 1 11 l.';'" ;r, 1M I \vould heeome upset at the lea-t I am very well satisfied I havefralned and bowel disorders. and all oa- ,
crust and slopping; the of .. -liould foil.h"s example and litlp
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a; I ; In and tarrhal condition
)HttUthmjr.. 1 seldom slept well ill' weight, eat Bleep
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through evaporation. 'lit' )f" Z.J: : I lir place nxike) a better show IIIJ!'. .
I bowels and Put In both tablet and liquid
S! . who contemplated planting 51,9" 7'. 4i.1 I night mid finally f liecame' so we.ikand -- -+ well my are regular up
Growers should consider 9 2' :::1" no .I; 1.'I" .\ run-down that I lost weight rap I II better color In my) face form. 8oii.ltVItIlT.'IIUlIIt. t
rice this month
{:) . ;;"I, idly. 1 wns also, JrouMi-d a great:
It in g'l'lling''I'Y dry ,1 Nod -
I the season.! "' :" N.I' v.I llnn I
deal with eaturih and of morning- I THE FORUM I
and rain must come before it will, j 0..11..1. III .II.r; II N'MMi'.Y EN tll.'NM ; _. .
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( I to upland rice.Koep I c' :rnel. ,ii) "h.'II".I, I"un.l Ii J ," had to spend a half humor' nmrrclearinjr
he good farming plant
j \ I .M 1'1 1' No 1 Fund ::12 ; head.I .
; the ground clean front. grass 0 FII".I ,,000 up my
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\ sued 11 S" i FII" '," '. I "Tills. ,ix jut the londilion, I wa A Denial
and havw
il and weeds your reauy M :5
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... :. fund "..o. in abler I In' Tanlac! jtnd ,ilcertainly t
; 'v I' No gan taking
when the season I
to plant proper perI Kill That Cold With
it off late us 1,11.:, 11.1,1 )""r..1 nxd adlavn- ha, been a bl,".mnr to muIt : of '('he' Gazette; :
?, I. mits. You may put as l ll I UK f.lll'IWHiiNiit '
, I t seemed to lie made uspociall I Hasten to a''ure'tlU and the
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the first of June. I : ":I vi. 11'1. IHIMIHK : ju.-t i
demonstration agent and ..nlnrln fob, m.case.. I improved' from the "Public ( ;leneiully that in may Ihinir1in I
a The home
;/ 1 V.w.ll xup. lull" lull lit, Jl..nvv m" is I 1 1..11101'1111 Had. rtl-LS
Man My durcsllon now perfe. your you are
be able toN ,
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the county agent hope niU.-i, 1..1. | Inc I
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1.I organize ,the following communities: 1(1 I! ly.lllHI., Ml.-Mil., I ).'.Nld "' I' and lecaidles-- what I eat 1 neve- I I WrongFir-t you say my I'lece, ,'a,'-

into organization : the II II ( lull. in. ,inli.) i lni.il.l. .' .". ". puffer. and bad, after-effects.: riesvith it a lilt of Venom. . . .
a co-operative .
Fartin Settlement Shingle Creek, .I..hn.S. f.iili I .,11""'. v _ 12 "The. pains' arlua my back' )have I'ar lie )it flung me to have Poison or ,

I'M' !' IMI'rIIMe.lxI' '. ,sheet haII'ft ' : 'irate in my, hc.irt. It ; Campbells\ East Lake, Narcoossee, ul.v, IIM tan' < hiii, h. i.nl) IZ ( ,,
; and others if possible' within the Ml-i VIIIII.I\ .. Slllllb.' I' I' XL-flit ;-' '" : III", too and III v head! is perfect that( n loan rant tell) ) the llonei-t' -toHitidncsitruth .- I 4'
'I and I I 11! \\ .i.i.il.ill.. I.,","' ,,, "It, 1 MIv "'".. 1) ilrai] 1 am nu longer nervous an I ; without halug) tllIlIl.1| ,
This wexpect ,
is important ,
next
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year. \ till.", .I'.IINH"!", ) u.u..l h u; : w
the co-opeiation of all con .lull.i I ".t\I I". I mil'i,, ,,.h 2'' 1'IINM '" nl will at inirht.I I have retrain, 11 ;< d with. l'oi f cerned. The county fair will I be .1 \ ,IMi.-i: I'I"IL"; ..fne\1)I, I, Ti ,n" my Insl \velght' and 'am f"ling bbl t tter ,, '.a" iint-alNd fur in fact it vvnh '"I.J I IIrue Coughs 'roMV La Grippe
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good .successprovided. I ) you help carry ; I 1':" >il Inn ...1)'I'..' | .is|,.,, "1'.1 1 I.v I.-': ,"." amitnintrei, ill.in I have MIeais ', '' and I liclt-v| (- tli- people, \\hUI ..
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.ill. "
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I I out the proposed plun of organi vv I I1"::\ "iii-..n '.. iiiipli.,,, ,,, 1 I" > 1 1 am irmny to keep' Tanlac rimy nve' )known nuwill (IK.IUme oil'' Neglected Colds arc DangcrouaTake .
. zation. VV. NIA| i ii I ii"i.ill' in- --.i- 'I'! 7K : IIOIIMso it t will, 1 I. handy at :. ,in it.SIM.
I .| lI.11lylilnl) I ,:..?..i"! v, ,. Ii i ales." oinl yiu claim to know nothinjj I no chance Keep this .tan.onaii.! .d! h.'n.drfurthefiletsnelre.(
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Try a classified in The, Gazette; tf ,h,?I'.1.A . .".-.reply'I "" \, :" ", Canine i is old in Ki"immi-e" by .1. of ask. i "mhinlitillll! mav' he "'. . Breaks up a i ol M t 11 24 h-< 'UIH -. Pd'pvea

t I.r \ ee.he rM' ..nb'rl"' / KolK-f-oij{ and ( ', 111,1, llriif. / Store. :, win. n von\ ale 'lii-ie lonjjri-r" ymi \\ 'II] I Ihe .II'' Grippe in 1 d..)'-. Ivxcellent .lor H<'*tl < KeQuirunc 1
9 _ _ _ II I 11. : , I. hi ;" 0 , Saint I'J|, uI f .. I'. 11. Mi iil'.rl uMi-r ,." mayb'I will, know
.1. ,11lhr I.I I.,' .HI.I 'MI i i li\ ; I a you in this. iirni doc not uiU-t.t the heuj-Cks.ura i it bpst Tonic_ .
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\1' 1 'lli.. e'-TTn'"Tr'i' i I .. ,.. \II.di": lI \ ;JI' \ "., I In pio.. r
BASS 111-, ,I'. 1 II"( i.1 .'" 'I 1 Inid a" to cliaiiiriiir our form !
. , ." 'I" I 1 i ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
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T" .li.-l I.i vii I K ii i v j'I'; all Know that l it)
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; . 1 ,) ,:" ", : : I II I I. \1' i II I niu-t Indone liy the' vole of th'

" 'I, 1\ 'IdI0'. , ..'. V\ .ill 'I'SI-0 I 0-l ra.glorl| II.s nll.a. .., I'edple, Hut. 1\c Iti-o hn.OIh.lt
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COMPANY ,__ ,, ..
.CONSTRUCTION .
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: ..', ., I I.: "sl.n i \ 1).I I n:' \uiXMI a chang I i.s anticipated that i its< I 's '
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\II..$ 111 .n'I...' 'l')1IleN \ . .1 11 Slllllll..\ school I I.1)' no. very nesseary us you said in your
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1':111. II :l11111"!< n a'uo Paper the) first -of )Febuary that all
I. darn J'Jorrlw,; (1\-1''''r'el. 8<:hll..l.4 i.oliI
lira 1". "'. 19'Iwaeds.-, ".....1 .9tl' > ...<-<*llRn.- PHONE 117 'lea) 1.,1111{ \Illnr) .."... '.; ;O .,.....' t1aiNx 'j / Not Duel
t : ,t1flax,, 'nm *, lu J"V"' C .1.411'C'
U'FIr vp > '
-- : t'nemaVel'NI) r"...ttiM.. .kit; ("j.. h"\" '\\ II. 'I i tt Rives. -thought tothe more Ifyou
t exiunnj'h ll
. \ 1nwa 1:d'71hnllmll'senu'Nyh t1 I : r,..\'\;j'\ ij, nnlIIINx u j ]. t,,) ,",,1 ',,,. : !.. .<. ;.'!",, Q ,*/".' ,iltyj;,11q) can any that all the council thema.or
PracticalContractors 5 1lernn'ei.wAiFkt. !{ \ !Foul'u.rll'' :oI..i. ItouW'l ue n Hoard of :trade Chamber ofeomeree
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hula .. ......_'..."':_::1.: x111 j __ n.ss
t.t.l ulna M-<|.,,i-a Hu..U ____ _. _ 95.ua. (')11'steal SI.linnl.Mof ,'laudt 1 ' ;rl''l'' u 'I.1) and all the business men i the Liver
and Builders !Mlx-i ":1"n quire: '!trothi K i: ,11 i l.v sin) .' "a'; 'I to'..' I" 'III in favor of a (Ling then that leaves
\ I N |I",i IK,,,H Si. lllliKM "4'I" II. .....1 I I M.llil\V' I IK I'' I'" 'u ,,' :''.7" no one hut the tumor herd and! they
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V" .1'In "ah11 lit all I Blue--life do n't \vnli __
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of ; -11'1" l"i' 01,11 4141 "" srcm living
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{ \dl,-- I Illlllll:" I \M .11 tin On , lire never counted worth seeing; and
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\I. Ii "III.-. -IMI.IU. I".1 1 I. pass N ;
M-. Viuil.- I I.- 1 Knluht, ) SVlltB n, nn II ,I. T.ivt 11: dta\ue. ,. 1311I' : yet some times I they will Bury a your best friends! all!"? you everything goes

,i Structures of All Kinds n. + l-.iru-i ]Hu' I\au.a.11, iiv.-i, | Mtii...| Vf vimnMi 4111>I II. I In l.nl I .., ,u pph.N, : !IS. I t thingunder an avolanch of votes sodeep wrong,: Chances arc, \o;nr Ill cl is out of order.

I K I II i ('It ..|,1..11 S' '."" '11' I.III"i 1. Mupp11.M G1)I; that cant dig' it out Instance '
N you Unless fix it
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things be
_ 7.1(10MI )1',4Iq' I. I'liiMilmlVV 1.11 supp1. N l a an I you up. : are likely to
.MIM <-uil N KilrlK
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- where voted otth newcharter
r-vn" sri I I'u NIIppINN, t I:12:: we
.... M.irv: VhfilKO., 12 .l.ivi" 4.1:; "i'iMm -inn worse to-morrow. You can't find, anything that
WOOD, BRICK, STONE, STEEL, : 1.,111., I luff .. 7 r. n". T I I. phiitii\ "'1.1. 'I\ r.II1111"1' some two years ago.Ami .
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\\ I IS. ,NUppll,4, 14:1 J will relieve ; ) !
STUCCO I If Cora linultllntr: cIo0 they will be ready when yourommision you more quickly and effectively than:
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Ml Ins > for..
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ilatlon for l'-"lsl.i1v'- v'.n" 1" 1111 comes up.
K II l"'ar""M',''rll.nVIIII nlH 11111'Tf, ml.nlMlnH .. 'I I-. .."I.-.. Minik ..r.St. fl.iuil.. In- As to my being informed. I may Dr. Miles' Liver PillsJust

Painting, Tinting Paper-Hanpnf < > H Thacki-r 2"", "n> t.-n-Kt, ,nnil. .. i.venii'st.iiiipK, 711711I not be so well Informed as Bonn
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l.nurn
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H C' Iliulley. Kiipplifs, : (ill People But I am Enough so to
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Everything in the Building/ LineN. I MlMH lAiln Idilll! AtM NiimpK'in-ond - 12O T. (miMlHH inMm .. Allan 20111, ,. Hilppll.H' f.u,, mlMlllon thing when I see it. I am not night. You'll feel a lot better in the morning.! to

: MIII-V Kliircnn- "ifi Oil I Urudli.y a. ".I'o II.. ftupplli'H,n. II 7117 afraid that Kissimmee will trade off For chronic constipation, arid as an occasional laxative, these hue
I "sli.-iilonn !iB I 00
MI"M Katherine .
her Possessions for of
.. liillflIH a mess pot-
Mm Krnnei'H !'-hoh) i"i:; en rnrrliN :.11'1. -lirhi-r 1 pill work like magic.
F. BASS JACK BASS I dine KuHriiiary 1.lIndla .- !I R.'MIMrd I I,: [Starni-B.' t'-ncli.-r Z.II11 age. I have investigated these things S
- :\11.... B'rlh"1111". "tra her IIIIMII Get a Box of Your Druggist.
I Edna H 4'lonn _ 5olt ; more may he than you are a ware _
322 Royal St. 515 Sproule Aye I ..
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ai.... Kv-a Williams _ __ 95 OoMm
'r Earl Cowger ___ __un__ JOO.OO ( \ I Hnrlier. Iran .pilptlM, / . Id 00 of. and _yet am not (carrying a load
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J \. 1. Jordan .__ __ . . _n... lip. ou
7 _ __ __ I The IU-st Laxative. \flfir( *& + w> > w>" Vti Vlr" */!>

"My sedentary habits have necessitated -
the use of an occasional lax-
e t .ntive. of I have tried many but found

nothing better than Chamberlain's

!,I Tablets," writes George/ F. Daniels, I

1 1 Hardwick- Y'rmont.11': Jlaniels is SEEDSUNITED
t I proprietor I of the Hardwick Inn. one

TAX NOTICE! of the model hotels of New En llInd.j s


j BARTON LAKE



: !l ( Too late for last week.) SEED STORES

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 1920 : 1 Tliii i j. a busy little] community."Kveiylmdy .

:( :: work even father; ..
likewise the school-teachers Iunl. the Haloes City, Polk County Florida

TAX. ROLLS FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY WILL bees. i (The Gateway to the Scenic Highlands)
Spoiikintr .of the 1 bees A. .1. Lane'

)has ailili-d five to his
'' swarms apiary

..::'. and nIlhall nine colonies.] l-'rom '

CLOSE PROMPTLY ON APRIL FIRST. ALL 'wnrkiiiK'nil outsiile lay appeiuances and: eight all to Lora. m.ikeIHIIUV ale' We Have Them .

1 At.j. while the oruig'-blosonls, '
-Jilonin'! l-'rom t,\0 h ve' :\1 r. I Lnr '

: TAXES NOT PAID BY THAT DATE WILL BE tend rc'iiIN'. 1 live/ dpeniul pound,' of he the"eciired.(inevt. hnnevfioni about 1920 Northern Crop Just Received' ,

the' 'uiers[ and (theie, sei nu. I Ii"

.l fan about. double that- :amount- ,m: GLrd.:: : .. i. :E-i.: : 1c1 ]E I.<:>war: t: ,

SUBJECT TO ALC PENALTIES.C. the lowc-i' .stor- .

M ]l' Tinil.'ilfiiia.lc: a I tnp" down on Samples and Prices on Request .

i I Iil' '.lIlIt ,.lojn.s/ seer;' 1nInndlg ,to'sie II
his ri.int and home, '
son to brine
his .daughter :Miss :Sadie; T'n.l.-il], Onion Sets Seed Potatoes Just Arrived

.1 L. BANDY 'who has been vi 1"itinJ;(' her Inothi-i-" a.o
land family the past two week.Kev. .-
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Pratt' Stock Remedies and Tonics Dr. LcGear' Stock Remedies and Tonics
( O. Collins. of Kort Myei-s.: '

t 11.6. TAX COLLECTOR preached at the Barton Lake' Baptist Pratt'* Poultry Remedies Dr. LeGear't Poultry Remedies ,
ft i rhurvh the first Sunday .in' Marlh.He /
I. .. made so favorable impression Poultry Sapplie Insecticide Spray Materials Dips and Disinfectants Pyroz

that he has been chosen, retulae: pane : Sulco V B Armour' Fertilizers

tOt to fiT the!, vacancy caused I by the ..
resignation .of Rev O. B. Falls Mr. -

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- THE KISSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1921 0" NINE


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be marriedi. all .of -"w-hose rosMen-' aid 'District, i
PERTAINING CHURCHES
ADVERTISE ENTS I.i.. and HddroHMos. are unknown: YOU Plans and peclflcxtlon may lie examined TO .
I CLASSIFIED 1 1FOR I each at you are hereby oommnnd' at the office, of the clerk of -
T : to .np|>i>nr In the above entitled .. Circuit Court of osceola. County Cbriitian Church
cause on or before the 7th day of Florida at KlBnlmrm-e, .
C OIIRSOJ( F FIIRMER March, A. n 1921. . lllitlit Is re-nerved 'to. reject any or ; .
SALE Jttootn and NoTreapa.a' Cardn, .10 TO: The> heirs law of John n. Hud. all proposals.. .. Rev. .W*" H. Coleman, Pastor.. I
., .. ,. 3. : 0\'F.It RTIU:: : I
cents. each .at The. Oucetto of(loo, son di><-'al"'d; The dovlgi-i-s under the fli IT. '
49.If \%111 of John B. Bud.onl dcoeauud and Cleric 'to the Hoard of County '10:00: a. m.-Sunday. school.
Foil HAI-HWromnto.. plants: choice. of . nil parties claiming' an interest the Comntlssionvrs' of Osi-o- 11:00 e
: m.-Sermgn n
four vat .Idles: pi netordern q"l<-kh'. WANTED. lund, hcrolnafter: described, : 'rlnJ J-ltt ola Junty: Florida. '. a. .. '
SELLS Cull at 422 Main Blruet Klaaiiiunen.I42t. i 7:30: in.-Sermon. .
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K. Hudson, d<'('. ..pd. or' otherwiseflalmliiK --"" p.
-- A welcome for : \
an Inten-st therrln ; The I'U..IONOTI'I everybodytip
.WANTKIi TO I XCIt"Nt1II.I..II... In heirs at Inw of Joseph R. Tnntunv di>. daily strangers. it
FOU 'N\LN-ZIIO bili.li.'In, IronPian: In xpletidld condition for .-U nipnpiovdcIty ceased; The devlBeea under the Will :: I. h.:r.hv given that thelerelnaftir ,

Fire, Life, Accident and ,..nOd sacltii 1 at 12 75 per huahvl. f. o. or country propi-ity. Piano 'of Joseph H. T..ntum. di-renm-d,' and* PKTITION= Foil TH It .
I.. (>1&leI hapI piOush with I order.IU5tiiu I tnav be* seen at W. K. $intth lion1 All pnrtli'S clnlmtnir till Intrrt-sf the ,1 1,,1"OIUrTIOtI'; A SPKi'lAf. AX Presbyterian Church .
Webb' 3,'.. Utf letliol'lie. 4.or.gIK. yellow houHe 1 b.'> ond ccnu-ti-ry hill lund .horolnnrtprdosnlbeil, under .Ion-J. j
Health, Plate Glass Liability 0 14-21 XImaIrnzce. 1G-21K eph II. Tnntuin, de<-eaa'd. or otherwise ,,' to the Hoard oC Publtv 1iislr.-tlon ofOsctola Rev. W. H. "breach, Pastor
I I olnlmlnir ..n Inttrrst therein and : Count Flor ..1'a1 j\ ftpcdnl -
Foil 8A 1.1-;-Heed. Rlcv CelebratedIliinduius \\' NTI I)- lendy work by 17-'year- AI..L. PAHTIKfl; or iiorson clalmlnnranInterest I[ meetliifcof saId 11oa-l .*..IIt..1 for '(. .oilo'clock 10:00 school. Easter
and Boiler Insurance. and to. 0bo '. Will do unMhlnir. i Invalid : a. m.-Sunday
OophiT; adapted ) I In the following d'a..lbpdIlltnd. a. m., ..Knturd.itApril: 1I'h\:
high/ or low land ; yu-ld 00 liiuiliela imrpntH' dependliiK. I on me for aui it- M-lilrh I. the land dpsCrlliod In 1921. program
and two tons hay pi-r acre. Cheapest iinrt AddrenB houston WrlKht.KlBBlminee. the Rill -of Complaint" In thin cum*, to. 11:00: a. m.-Worship. Communion
Legal Bonds Executed and b".st food for man muloff, Floilda. 15-tfx: wit TI..- WesthalfVH ) of the ,'..;'riT'U'hl.rn..r .'()" W "In'l service and reception of members.
c>tttl,'. and liofr. An>' ciuatitltIMiint \'. Southwest quarter ( A". '.. ) of the ()K A "rK l ,.. 'I'i .\: M.ttUL *
I now., PIT liuHln-1. '2 2.. \villlHm !: WANTKI .. .. for KIsBlintneeHitd Northwest quarter (N\\"'" ) of Section I.UI'I..tI'T.! 6:30::\ p. in.-Christian Endeavor.

Same Day Needed. I'unuell. UrookiivlIU: *. Florida i vlclnljy I I ComnilHBlon i-ontract Kourten (14) Township, TwvntyflveE.r 7:30 p. m.-Evening; 'nervice.
14.C.IX Bpare time 01 full time < >> Hoiilh Range Twenty-nine 129) \Vi'. the undt-rslirni-d persons. ri',,-
W, I.Y'wrii" \ : : 7:30'p.: Wednesday. Prayerservice.
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4 .Vou to Bell Income Knsl. rontalnlnfc. twenty (20) acres 1 ri-sntliiK more than one-fourth of the
FOR. HAM' ?- FrcHli. nillh ertw K S I protection I I h roll g1. i.ur' free. .(.hoolif mote or II-SK. und'r'1'. H llalinnd I iqlialifl.Ml electors. who ..aa, tax on .
,...1111', cai I'<- iiteoxv,. I 4-Ii I Inatructlon and help j ou build a Ms wife, It ho l>.. marrIed : Thomas H. I r11or personal property within the 7:30 p. m.-Friday. Choir prmc- .
OFFICE: State Bank Building liuslneBH of > our own M" Kiillev and Sarah' A. Pallet his wife ; !i hi-n-lnaftt-r nuMitloni-d I territory. j J1" "I- tice.
I'/oI.\I.l'-"omf.Iul/ blc' n-sldr-nre In I t,(IB Mimillnu i and Inxuranct I H""hU"-1 William Hudson :and .hIs. wife. If he be1 I lion the Board of Public Instructionof r __ _
city with ( wo 1 101.. bamalti: will n>' Accident and llenlth l > paittnent. married Joseph II Hudson. and Ills Osceola County. Florida to .....1an\ -
acropt Ford InoC..nd/ condition In. Saiclnaw MIchlKiin 1 Capitalf I wlf'If he Inmairlid.. fioorire R election i to di-termlnc I whi-ther or nioi St. John's ( Episcopal) Church i

part flItm(.nt. Hce J. Mcl'battrr.11tf. 1 iKIwmImrneo' 1,500.0(10. ir.2teFA I Hud;.on enl his wlfi.. If he t><> ,mar the following described territory. shall
DR. R. J. DENNING I 1I nod: Albert .1. (lordlier and his wife h,. forini Into a Kpeclal'I' Tux SchoolUlstrlct Rev. L. II. Kirkby Rector.
I HM BUS-Send today for a free 1 If ho lie, inurrli-d.; Chnrli's. H Love and
FRS.\r.K ort..n..8 of that (roodOKnifhobeo sample copy of the Florida Farmer 1 William M Cnnhas Trustees of the,I Iteirlniilnw at tin. Northeast cornel
DENTIST ruuntv l In nd. S10 poraero and Stockman published Bt Jackonvllle. Instate of Josi-ph R Tiintum. deieasid of Township 2G South. Kiinio29 Kust Good Friday.
Deniila, at Uazctte office. 11-tf Telia about \livestock rals- ; Charles U I.nrr "lid'll1lam MCurnby ![ and run thi'nee \Vest on the Township 10:00: a. m.-Divine 'worship _ \. Over the Postoffice.OFFICH InK. dnlrylnn. poultry citrus fruit I as Trustees And a. Kxerutorsunder line to the point w h.-rt' ShlnKli-' ermon. : "They Crucified
and truoklnR. weekly, at 91.00 the lust Will and Testament of Creek crosses such line, thence south
FOR MA l.K-'i.ca Hulk four In per'yearthree "
HOURS: >V> to 12:30.: 1.80: to I. p one Him. ,
i-ily and iasteilfollowing I the meandoriiiRs
for Joseph H Tnntum deci-nsed AnntnM '
rd . will trade years' 1200 Only
I Frood running/ c <*r t>r J
Residence Phone for Bmnll Ford: oinKOOI! plunu I I livestock; and general farming paperIn Tantum And her hiishand. It she he of said Creek to a point whtrusaid 7:45 p. m.-Address on Jerusalemand

174Office IIMIO. 011'1oCood/ Rc\vlntf inachltu*. | the state.. Write today.WANTKI ma rrh'd. ,IN-rrev 1.. Tantum and his Cn-i-k. empties into Iak' Tohopeikalltfa. I l the Holy Land, by one who has
thence follow Ing- ..h."t"rh'
Phone 158 I1C tibia other furnitureVnntci]. wife. It he he married: Leon B. Tan /
; address
there. Also on
not later than April 1. one house. ) AT ONCR-Hinnll cottage or toni and' hi. wife If he be married : shonlini- or Maiil Lake Tolioncttaliica'In sojourned
clone In. or two or thru room fort I bungalow .for summer: must have Ida W. Taptuin and her husband. sh* a Southerly direction to the Mec- Crucifict ion.Easter .
husbnml and n Ife.. U Dlckernoii I bath : mUst be furnlHhed : must be t>.. married and Viola I). Tantum nnrt lion line bi-lwi-eii Sections 9 anil 1C. Day.
I 1 -tIc I I reaHonablpriced Wilte to "Him- her hiiRlinnd./ If she be married If |It" Township 2<1 South Hanue 2l! lOust. n
II galow.. cute The Oasette 8-tf any of the sumo be .. .-....a...>d. or other- I Ihitii'iilui* Kast acioss said I l.uke I to 10:00: a. m.--Church school.
p P. A. VANS AGNEW I the Eu..xlt'rn shore line i tlii-mV Nol-th- Service of
FOR SAI-B One Tlcti Electric Wall w IHI- claiming an Interest In the above I 11 ::00 a. m.-Easter
PInt. 1'ractlcally;: 1 nnw. At a reu- ( MISCELLANEOUS. des"'si i'd Innd I, All I of whosi* .esldinns I! iilfollowing, the shore line of said Praise. Holy Communion and Sermon -
ATTOR-I Y-AT-J.A\V enable Ga.lotte. || and Hddn ssis an unknown YOU Lake I.. the Si-c-llon line between Sietliuis "
price. Apply Valley 2i and 31In 2fi South on "Easter Thoughts.
OFFICES and i-noh of too n ri- h-rebv cotnmand- Township' I
T-tf. ''ol LrI I.INK= IjeRral I H,'Ner\,.. liiBiirance i,il to appi-ur In the above intitlediHtine la.im iSi git! ;,ut. thinciKust. on said 7:30: p. in.-Easter Service and
116 South Orange Avenue I| (''*'''lIlt II>' \\lBhea BiileKmnn foi' thiB on ..r .bi-fore I he 4t h duy of < Ilmi I line I, to I tinHiinui, I line I ,1I,1lln"I l, 'addresn. "Easter .Thoughts."
FOR a I.F.--On" Nnnli touilnir .a r on
i-ountv I and adjoining Iprrll..rI."darel \'. April. A r> 1921 i llanu.Isnid 211 n nil it''' th ni-e North' on
and on- HayitPH seven-plI..". .' er' I .i I tIn Ii,:,.. ; ;: of beIjl.H. I - -- - --
I foim anil ImluHtrlnl I life WITNESS the Honorable O 0 Andrews. '1151' I. thiplui i -
Florida t"Urin r cnr rintli. of thena I
Orlando. h"r-I I pnlliliH Monthlv, .pi emiilniK and, comliHrcfal. .Ind"e of thi> Hho\e C'ourt. airdmv I.111111"1 I I <
Rain prlca W II Muklnson. ( I henltli, and aci'Idi nt poll- nnm. UK Cli-rk Ihen-of nnd the H M halT A. S :Ni. IsonT Unable to Gain Strenf
f-tr
Home Address: ..i..B for men and' womenddnBH? ",'al of .nld fouit at KIsHiniine Ojtreola I-' I II I I.IIWSIMI'hul Seth \ son. I
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State, Ma its.pier. I I'ORtorilce Knx 1117I I ("OllIlts 1'l.iililn.' on .h,- list day .1 Mi' 11-1 I N THim
I'OR SALE Two bo\ii'
4 Winter Park. Florida I millymr 'I I .1110'1'011'.111..10'111'111.' 143IXiBCONH or liprimlier. \ 11. 1 old KIX' \ .l\it luie dark blue one
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(I ('IJL'lI'r SI-M.) \ l II .111 til M .l.ilin- _
dark It U eel 111", at l.> white I : :
Ki'ieu.
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roller .and. ,u"'.. tiirhablc. Noarlv HAND (101)1 'S. biillKhl. sold .1. I- lVill STHKKT.A T .1. VVoodiill HtOM. Predorlckaburc Va,-"AJter I hal
-- -- -- und ripalnd. The Cuslno. 44-tf a I'leilt I of I ito iiho\i- fourtKI1ICH .1 \\ i :IiMnlniii. nr. ,. \V I. I HUMS
niw A ,pl3' :301( Main ..( ,.t. 41-tf I I' I; 11,1', .., I. II T"'MX I ton through a very .rloun! opsialion -
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LEWIS O'BRYANATTOR.IEYATLA on I FOlTRENt Sollrltnin. for 1'p1.ln".1 4 -I It .1 I 11 \\ ...t.HM ii kK I I.) I li M \ Stiirv I could not 7
FOR KA1.K One Knienon
Typewriteo.model .
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three, vlalble, ae good an new -- - - ---- -- ------ -- retain my
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: \V Apply Valley Gazette.. (f I. l Pit ItKNT: !liKht I..IIHI-I-.'plnu, I. < : II'\II'; MII'I": i I "'IKUI.i,... aDd strength. 1nffarad
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mum* 001111 ui.ruKi 1'.1. r mid l l It I Il,hi ,1'.." i i \iHtid I In I U I II<< Shout>. \\ C Tallin'i wltkpalna
.I't..B S \ 1.1': -. 'haul.'uI'"' .lt .sK\ ,ii-, Ilk- u pie who uli to Mi\ ,
in ; Jiiilnu *! ,' I. 11 II" 1
Warner Building. m.'. I. .1 "ib'l. Mn\oi ".r llu <'ltv : ii !li r SinI. i and achs*
1..11\. ) lit.w. 11",1 1 )"llt. II Sht'l" tIn.. i\" I Hlllnmil' I Uut.H <'h.,up, MIH" nf KlHKimmri, l-'liirld.i' .1.. hii.linnnoiinii K I' B..r"H. I''i-ii, 1 I 1'1 Sn\di. I rI .
.- ---- F-tli-. ... f:, .\iil\| | lit M". M I.hl".It.I Intr \V II Sc ..111., ::122 t Chilli. h sin' 'i t. tilt.. -. 1.1 '" 1.01111 unit d<.il.ni. I huh' nnileillon n I IUUKII i, P.: M. 'i'ii.....;a.. ail Ov..l and waalao .

eoF' .000.0..0..0. e o-. ... . t. 11 14StrI" .. lll I Inliild. HI the iithull.. I :....r". '. W I''oxC.ilTipbi C II I IIliMitrs .(..11d. very ncrvooa.Mr .
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In said 1 ittx. iliiiinu, .llnk l.g..l limit I' \\ IIV II. II I1 lldKoli n oU.r a4Tlaod. .
Ton S.\l A": I'.i 111'ri'.i; i I 1..1 k III( n b', r- lit l ItKNT- PilinlslM, lint I W 1\ nf \nlllm I mi I tin 2(th dux of :' l.t., h. = I III Mill. \\ K: HaiiHell
: M. TILLER cat" MtlHt Sell I"','HIIKI ..r Hit 'kill.,.. IllInl"I 0".11"I I lii fHinilx,,I I MIH H I Jo: Smith rn'fVIIUIIK -- -- tin. follii iiii.c.fliriTn fin, tin' I. i in of ; II ptnthi-j S II. Piillnck "- Dr. Pierexr'i me-.

'Indall, 'H l'-lf\. 'i-it, III<:.-T; "ruiniBiHd' ,' ', 11.Him, lit.' oniIH t \ Ii I/ IvIlli, ..,., ( ;<.I.I-In". Pnd Hi>,i7ln IK r IclB.. It..kths:
Real [state Agency.ena.nn..snnnss.n..sss I -- -- r",,,",, and liatli, lull nt 1 11Jeiinm. iniM.i" ni .1 M' II.IIIHI.M J M I \\ lllHi.nClinrl.H I. 'Favorlt Pr..
roll' hM.K. lot Rent: I'ut'nlRhi, cl.1I .11II I \\inue I I ri !11 xWITNESS i mi. I '1.,1 I ti .,t.h Tax ( ..I1..r. II C. l.luhtsex. I.IIHM
One Ti iniiri. r J \\ \\ \ nn .1 I< I\..V.I BorlpUon' and tfcaUold >

.AHO! I lit KI'I\P foi. I llu I, I. i in ,.f two 1<.iii How. "I' TisonHal: n Medical Dlaoovvry. aJtafnaleLr
f Really Bought and sold. M"u IH Thii.I inimli.iH or tin Vlly \\ II HlllliKM.uli. i I-: \\' l.elHon. built .
II (''',ltit'i II I II ) .1 I..I.. M KH : 14t' |ihenllll aa4'they: soon m 111I
Houses rented. I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS 7 hi-li-l.. |"|"01..1 T V Cllrk .1 Mr- I-' II Tin.r \\ C HH and M .n ed to give DO* Dew 111*. I

Taxes paid and Titles verifi- i'intlet., .i ml K li i ; nli'.i.. HM Inn. pi i \\ 1111.I ..n ({ nil I I KI. P n I IMiltuii \ IIIH A a new haartUy rexjommand UMNM mailntn**
I ( lorn nnil ? M \\iIlHOn, ,, n. ,1.,1 K t.fsaid I. II I n u mm PI.. .duer I who suffer with sort
: any
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ed for nonresidents.Fire. tIe, Ion; :tl! I liint 1 Mis, \ < l PlidKiMrs *
M lll K: 'll> I IIKDIIOHS : the Honorable C o An- 'In \\itni .K wlt'-reof I hu\e hiiruntoHI I'.IMh M l (',.tlrl., \\. (.' nil all. of weakMaa.--MRS. W. a COX. .0Huover
Life and Accident In ,il ri w ,,. .ludffc or the. abo\e. Court. and -! mhiind, us Miivor ..r snid. .'ltvan" l.ilui S C.id.I II.J Ilirnis' St. All druggtata.
I. < eurO. i.f tkr < .innl JuiliKe. ItneeolMuamtr I ,,0n... m,' an Cb i I k thereof and the lailhi-d. Hie H..al of nil Oltto lie M ,\ ,I'm ..,.r K S lilll.i-rl
surance. < ".... of IMorUlii. R,'at of Biild Court at Kieinlmmee, O.epoI.t hiiiunto. tifftxid I thin 2'th di ." of Ki I,. .I I M Smith I 11 \V Aldi man
Bonds. I'ounl )'. Flotlda. .n the 31m day rll" ,1\ A. .H 1'iJl It I S KliiMl h (I..o I' (lardner PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING
Indemnity I In, n. Kxtnti of lleniy," II l"t tic' I of :I; '-:rTh.i;: \'T"\ 1120 (SI.: \I.) jrni.v: s (' "'EI.. I I' IliuklisSn 'nrs..n Farini'rAl.xnndei
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P1'.. nil Cieililoia, l.-K.ll'.M. OlHIilliutceH ( ('I SKM.) 11litt or ..r tin. ('it of KI.Mlmm.'p.FI..rl.III ) ni I I. l.upfi .Vkeiin -
:in.I l Jill I'ttxiHiM lit \ inn Ol.itmn j i L OVIRSTRKKT: \ W P.:ille\ nW All Work Guaranteed __
I > lH Hiiid. KrttatiVou. : A'i Clerk of thi alue Court '
01 t.iiiiii< auaiiiHt Attest \\ BoliiSi S H Jones
anil :,,'h of ) ,.u. a. I' )....rclyI 1( III JIlts ST I':". .1 R r.ll.PPRT: .1 vi .\ .hw IknrKi' f.lr'.I.
I" KHIHIJS \v j. STIKI U .ill I Illi'.1 and lelulllll| I I to pleMellt atlilnlniH .\ RollcltorH for Coniolalniint 4-131 "'11 \ ('lerk 13t I S .I. lllllt. .i i. \ K Thomas A.B.YODERPllo.e

and .Itiiitii,4 l \\hlih > otl or -- - -------- ------- .I K I..f'r I. II T\'ner
KRIBBS & STEED In ciirult ('l.lltt. for the .
: th SiMiitientbllril.lnl
eitbi'l nfoti. nta \ hnvt aK.int I HullWoodill
K S .1 M CooieiM
'ih'li0 E Of \rri.K A'II'" Foul TA VViitln : |
i-MI-ite ,.r llt'lil I .V II FertU.I ,1..x..I. Cm nil ..r l the. St.lte ..r .I'l.rlila .- i".:..:... .1 .I H Pfann, 324 Kiwimmee Honda
Attorm+ym a.d < oiin-tvlorN nl l.avrKUHlnmce Lite of OHI.i oia. loiintv. I'loi,'id.i, to (be, in and fur OH I < ,,I.. < '<", ,,,,1'n' .1 W Mi-Mnhan' A" 1'ldMlln.It. ,
Florida ... ., Of B.llil "11I1.', IKIRIII-d ixilUH.I I I In Hi-nbv ii\en. That Is.i- K HllHKClurk I. II I'll 11 he i -
Grarml prurttrr tm .!II !Alatv ... wtlhln* twoiatn. fioni ( hi il.ite I h..ie- d\B. r Ida for Mnl.lod I'uhlliiitloii" j, r"The'*|oridenl Slate Or-of 'loll Or.. t.., p..h..r ,.r Tax CiTtlfliiili TI: Joe Nemlts How s Rat Naarlr DeatroraJMr

I .It.. 8t.tr. omrtm.. of . Fliiild.i. to Ida M.ii I.IOM. 'Hilii :No lint; dated. I Hie 2.1 d.n of 'v A .liilner M M Mlll.-r
'" I Dalid I .. ..mLp' 6. A I' 192 14 KantI : .July. .\ Ii 1117 has Mli- Hiiid iiltltliHti 0' I M..t".v MIH A K Wplt. L. Bowwn'a (R. I.) Houa.
L KRSTRKKT.. I I ft;t li StMet,1. I iidinnapoliK, ,, Indiana. orelnewh .
J. n M \Voi.d ill Mm It. II. ModleMnrv
In .iflliiand has .
m\ inadiHppll. -
ii ttiid all whom it For months we wouldn't" Into the cellar feufix -.
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-- - --- -- - n lire commiinded to I I I."n: a bw rat. One sight it.eioes whole khckea J. W. THOMPSON 1 dame M ith law 1',1.1., . tifli oti- imbtaieH g M CIINIII i
'IK 1C (11' AI'I'I.K-ATION FOIlS 'I axIEII : : lie und appear in tin alio\e entitledcinme th following I I d.s.lihed' plopi It .1 K..enfloss Mr. M COKII. by cbewlatr_leba. The...d.,'.w.fat tatcwlr
on the Itule l'It', In April A. nI thing with Rat..S ,.... ....."
: ) rtv. Hitiiat.-d In, Osci-iil.1 CountKloi IIrll: s E C Russi-tt ODe. lUudrypudlcMCoauell.
Funeral DirectorAND Notice I. I I ,'rcly' I 11 v.-ii. That I 11\121.iitheiwlse I \ (I. the I the 4th.bill il.of IN of H..ld month filed; Ida. to-nil I.... Neal I IM .1 K Illllardo Tame lM:15c.: frlc. (I.U, I

( ....rc Patrick. iu, eI.aa.r ..r Tax in anld laUBi will be complaint takin. BH con- Hen 47 ft S. of NR Cor of Lot 811.I .1 M,'Oiilre I Ploel. Sold ud punateed byCKNTHAL.
(",'rlllh'ul..s No 1MII2' and 19114 tIe<.d r..1 aKiilnat I MIHltneHH i I ii.. Honorable -*. I.. & I CO'H Additl.m. to KlKslinmei I' II White J'lIz"h.lht'r.. -
of June A. I'. lull! hna .. K M Hun sc I. man. I>HtU: STORE
the 3d day C o. Andrews as .ludtro of the Clt% run S 40 ftV S16 ft.. N. 40 '
and .1. AlmonH. H. It Male OftO'KOI.A HARDWARE COM PA Mr
tiled said certificated In mv office above court and Clerk ft. K 816 ft
name as
hue mado application for tax: deed to thereof, and the seal my t of said The said land beIng assetised ntdatw J. Keddett. J. w. Thompson
p LICENSED EMBALMCR court, at I.. K. Durham.Hansel Harrell..
Imiue In accordance with law Said Klsslmmee, Florida, on this. the 3rd of Issuance of said certificate In B K
i-ertillcatea pmbraen the fnlloitTiitt de- day of March A. I>. .. 921. the name of IJir.le. Muse 1<;"1. {'nle.... K \. N B Harris Pat johnston O. P. GARRET
crlbed property sltuat.edIn OnceolaCounly J. I,. .said cirtlflcnto. shall be redeemed nc- M. Tiller. H P. Hiiht.C. .
Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave. Floildu to-wlt : Clerk Circuit Court OVKR8TREKT Oscfola County cording to. law.. tax deed will Issue I-'. H. Oranthnm.B A, "'llilamA.H. -4 JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATTAW
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA Lois 1 to 8 IncluHlva embraced In Florida thereon ; on the 4th day: of April, A. del nee.: n T. Bronsiua.V. ,
Pertltlcate No. 190' !. and Lot 17 to (CIRCITIT COURT "''NAr.'" I). 11121. Floyd Yates \ R Graham.
24 InclualVB embraced In Certificate JOHNSTON: ArQARRKTT., .f. I.. OVERSTREET. T. .c. Schmidt B THclceraon
No. 1904 Block I, Ite-Subdlvl of Pomisel for complainant 12-4-t Clerk Circuit Court. Osci'ola Countv.Klorldn .T 7. Roberson. R B Aultmiin Offices : 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Band

Klncka I. J. K. N. O. and P. ilia I hew'8 O W AshtonH Clarence Bass. Building.KISSUIMEE. .
Addition to Kt.HHimtni'e City' "' 0.........: OF "HII'\I'.TR'1'OR Circuit Court, Seal' ) 1Z-6I rt May .1 R Bass
The alil land being .8..8a..d at ( .'0. Kln.l I>l.eksrsiefaurl > (' K \'nw.Il f. Ii We ha. FLORIDA
DR. BUCKMASTERKISSIMMEE'S the dati of iHBiiance of said lertlncateR I. Irrult Court of the OeieBteenthJndlelal H"nn O Purlin Emil Mach
In ( be name of T$\'lor and Hal- I. of tke ('oa'..,. Judice. 0..1. ( Ireult of tfciMfBle of Klorlda F. I. I..."lev W \V Bell .
I lltlav IIn lean Hiild cirtincatiH I shall, ('aunty. State of Florid. tm nail for OHi-rola (outtr. !. Mist E r. i.isiivWilder I. K AlfordYntiH .
be lerieimed aicoidinK to law. tax ( ....r.r,.. Henry B. Howard. C....- C Jesslo'
deiil will l,,nue on the 28th day of In re KHtate. of Andrew Com'rman. plalMsat.m, HI....... f-ertrude Howard .1 WC Mllli 0 ,,\' Moo i..

March. A. \I 1921J del eaaedNotice ........0...... F TlHon T M Murphv
I, OVKRBTRKKT.CliTk I Is h, reby given to all whomIt OR'I0'" IM HI.K-ATII II .1 O'QiiinnSisslons M K c"arsonBnndv .
Circuit ('....rt, MLola County. m.iv "i-oneern that on the 10th day (1 i K. (' I. DUVAL HOTEL:

Florida nf May. A. l> 1121. 1 .hull apply to It appearing by afHda\lt appended rj N. Combs Fmma Yowell
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OSTEOPATHOFFICE (Circuit Court KeaM 11 >tIN the Honorable; T I.; Comer, JiidRe of to the bill Illi-d In the above statedCHUSI J. 1, Overs.! rei t. Nettle YowellAlmenn
mild .court, as Judge of Probate I that Hlaiuh (leti. rud.* HowiirdIs A S nilbertVulhnn LellnerMrs (0..._.. Peat ora_)
TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE for my final dlschartre as Administra a non-n-sldent. of the State' of Florida J = Bryan F C K.lwnrdiJ
AT RESIDENCE SEVENTEENTh' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT trix of the estate of Andrew ('011..1'mllll. and hi-r last known ri-skli-nce w as c J Woodallllrvan. . .1. nrlfflnT JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA l
: OK THK STATIC OF" "FI-ORIBA IN deceaned and that at the same ChlcBtto. Illinois, and that ShiIs over K CJohn J Oi nnlnir '
of Avenue ANI FOR OHCKOL.A COUNTY IN time I will .rt .ett to said Court! my the cue of twintvoneiurs. It istherefore I I. fleeves.V J SteedAll.Inn 100 Rooms-50 Balk.
Coratr Oyde Complainant flnnl accounts Administratrix said R lM > nu"'e." Smith
CHANCERY L. II. Illtlock. as of orden-d that the non- .
All modern .
Imprwrmrmtmi .i..aI.r.I.iepb. .
Versus Thomas O Held et laid estate : and ask for heir approx-. -sideiit di-findalit be and nhiis hi-n-- P CattIer Pat John.l..n.J .
p atdusmett Street al. re ponden. : BILl TO QITIIOT TI- al hv ri-iiulri'd to appear to the hill ofcomplifnt o nrattonK ) ( .6t .... ....... heat. n...., wltaaut -

TI.IO: IIHIlKR. OK PUBLICATION Dated Mar< h RAD 121KIIKAUKTH filed In stud rant1 on or -'f'' 1fW AlUi'''Ht.I---rOI'--; ; bat a. *,.:10| vilta bath, *3.4K ffrperaoB
TIlE STATE OF FI-OR1I : COTTKRMAN, before Mnndnt., the 4lh dn" of April. I' ( .
-- ---- -- TO Thomua n Held and Kllzabith 1.1t> AdmlnlHliatrtx, .\ I O 1 11121. otherwise tin- alii ICH IOIIH For Final nischarite)
B Hi-Id hi. wife.; Homer Humaey.Cbarlea of said. bill will lutnkin, an confi>HHd W. S. ..0:11: K-I.!! Naaaver
V H. Cnry andS' in ItoawellAll : IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE i bv Bald defi-iidant. In t en.rl. of the 4 Aantr ...-.1.... O..ee..la
of whoBP regldencis. and ..d<1..-...... PKVKNTKKNTH= : J UPICI A I. CIRCUITUK It IK furthir oideri-d thnt this. order ....b. II.... ..r Florida.

I aie, unknown You and each of you THK STATE .OF., FI.OR1UA. IN= I... plilillnlit-il oni i' aw. eli fi,i' four, I. -
CITYMEATJPKET aie, bciibiommiindid to "pp..ar In ANI I IInH OWKOI..A ('1 flINTY. IN (.OIIHI, .i utl\ e ....,.1' .. In ThiK iM l inuiecIllll I In r.. KHtflt.: of Jo.i-ph D .Tcff.irds
the above entitled lOlirnon. or befoie (\NCKRV! KMM\: RCKIIIRS. Com- \ "\, IlllKI-ttl-. II 111-WHpllpll pUbllHtled Nolii.IH'. .h..r..w give| n. In all \\' b"m
the 7th day of Maicli.. .\ I> 1921 plninant. VCIBIIB T It r.ile. et al. I III said ('ountnnd, Stnti' It mnv "n. .-rn that on t Ih.' 12th dav
0. All purlieu claiming .an IntoriBt Uispiin I In the r..llowllllC I I described land : I OF PUBLICATION : TIlE J I. "\' KRSTUKKT.rli J: ": the Honornlili- I. COIIH-I .to.' laP of
11.,ultinliiK 72',, feel. 10a"t *of thn 101l1'1.n OF FIAltl.\ .rl, Circuit Court. ( Oicnla ...Iittt'... s" ld (',,url n, .flidir.. of Pi.ibito for "The Sportsman Store"
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lnfliinl diH.liiiiir., .IR \ ,IItlqtr'.irI'l '
1oI01lIhw'nl corner of. Itloi k \\ orllinry i TO T R Halev nnd his wife It he I"lrlti i iClltcl'IT
A MuUII'w'l Tow, n of Klinlmmie Clt\ Flol'lda: Surah A Tl.illiv hmlfi. : \VllllimHuilHoii : l Kumiss" & 1 STIII: : 01".1 'Hid, rtl t tipliHinl ", si', tin.." I ". II' Ammunition Fishing Tackle Athletic
Fresh Mead and inn, I hp",,.. Kant Till fet I theme Ninth, and bin wife. If he. I b. mnrrled.Inpeiih 1<,,11.',IL.is' tin, ...II..1.'tr.'I. .' 12-.r.t I to Hili jj llllllltH '"nrl. m11ml. 1 nili
i22S"A feit, theme Went 122 '4 r.",-. I H lludnon I ami, bl-4 wife." If he - --- - - ( UN \.I.lrd""lrl. ,k ..f M"I 1.1 es- Goods. Camping. Baseball. Tennis.
I' thiiici' Mast'T" : I bi: tiairi.l i I i'og.. v. HiidBon;: and hiswlfi til." .UK. .1 rich fi.. Ihi-ii iinpti .1 I
I h. m'i South 73'; r"1 MI'I K I! JO < ONIM C< roll 1 Boy Scout and Football Goods. Dog
f t to .if I In. I... m.iirlid. 1I'rl J Oird- 111,10',1 M:n "' 1711. V I H I 1'-1
I i i :
Vegetables"Phone i :!4 (tI" nnd' I'U': ::: ;\ ;:; \l\r"\\ \ : ,. M \ VMP: .rE'.I..BI.' I .5.
I' I I, l pi ; of// I .. ...l)'lnB, In m r nnd bin "Ir If I hi be lI1u..I..1. S..II"\ h'r..lo\ KlM II tli.lt, 11.1 Furnishings Cutlery. Baseball Uni-
I land I.. III'1. of ninck \\ of ..01.1 CluiHes), n I..o\ < and \llllnni N Ciinby, will l.itecilMil ln' I thi' 1I1I..I..r. i 14-11 ,\.h..I..IH.lrl.,. ,
I Iliiuy' % Addition t to the ns TriiHt CB of ttie Ilntate: of .IOBI..phIt < 'lllllltClIlllllllMHlOIII, ,"I M of IIMIllll.lCmiii1 (orms. Tennis Rackets re-strung same
I Town ...iJt: 'I::":;: : CIH I'I.rid1t. un- I Tnntiim deceased ChillliB It. Lore \ loilil.i' ,. up 1.. a ...I I Ini, I ludl, i nif
44 1.I.r ThoinnM, II I Hi ill ,unil, ill7nlnth: S a tel \\lllliim j I I M Cnnbas I Tinmt.eM 111(I 'Oil \ M oil, M.
I Id, hla wlf.' lloni. Huiimi' anil n-. ;iiilors. nodir. the 1.IMVI11. nf :\ |t.,,11.\ l I' I I'i'-'l I 1. .il I Iln. nflli i.rihe I have formed a firm ".t their Row Boats.JACKSONVILLE
( luuli'i. S C.irv nn<] \\'in noiw II. If nncl, 'l', uliiiiii nl. ,,.r Jo-.. 'ph It Tantiini.ilei I',. ,1, ...r .tin. I')1", uii '"'11' nf mi 1.1 own which is to he* staffed liy women. .
,in\' ,.r lli.> HUim' be .1..1. or nth."iw '- "earned Annli. M 'ranlniii' and. hi'r ("ininlx., ul K; 'ionium, I liuuli, fin SPORTING GOODS
-- ivi. ilnlinliiK, 1111 itttcl ..Mt thin-Ill .Ml IniBbiiiul., If Bin' be nmirliii, I'ei, ri-v I. lit. i ..,..isttIl' .1't I Inn,, ..r ..1'1"|. n\ iit.I., I Mix ,i -- I
The lurfTVHt foiowl in the world is of w huMe riHldiniiH. nnd, iiddniBiM. 'J'1I1I'1tl. nnd tile. w if.,. If be I hi .,,nrii. "mill.K .f lui, 1.1 HIII.11., mid. I In !o'p" 'ml The exclamation, "Oh dear me!" is I <* COMPANY
.II me' unknown YOII nnd tn..h "f MMI .1 I.eon ri Tintllm: , ,and i bin wlfi. If Hun; .,) .mil. I'.tlilui: I IHutint\ :Ni; 4 unilfin II corruption of "Oh.) l Dues nicus. ," annt'titiiviiienL ]
in the Labrador. and l Hudson Hay IBMIn.ri Joy i'omni.imled/ to iippi.ir 1 In h., In. mm lid IdaV Tnntlitn and iii .."I. ..r in.iii'i' iii .IIH.III.I r HMI- i 129 W. Bay Street Jacksonville
and i 1000( by 1,1 I.efor' lui" liunli.ind., If slu In mnrilid amiftnrl , .. I tolhe French} "Oh, mon
distiict, in, rouK ly, the al.oMentltlid I.IUHIon II Illi .u.I 1 htllrrs. sit 11. I" III I III
l 1 1 "21 I \ .In.b! l 11 Tmitiini, I h. i litmlmml if .. . i'u !" I
170O) milcK th.I < lh t dnv of A.rll| \ 1inK fur cntiHl. i in I I .. -f i .i 4 li



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n- 10 Pieces of Madras for Shirts, yard-il'ide fast colors -30c yd. Received last. Monday, 18 cases of Shoes. 522 pairs and not '>,

: ,3O yards Silk Pongee, color ton, JOc yd. a pair of them' to sell over $5.00. This sounds like old times, -

.12 Ladies, Bathing Suits all different; prices very low. Oxfords, Pumps Theo Ties, 1 Strap, White Black I and Brown.

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N4C+rOfi4 C rrC<9 rb':-<-<-<-Cd-X<<-:-:GA{ )}=}}q 4i<-<-< ++}}-:--: :}{-:-:-? land girls! gathered at the home of 1:1 no !spot in Florida suits them . . . --'. .- _, .'.-.-.-.-._.-. ,_. ._. . . .". . . . . ": :":-:-:-:-:-:--
I Mr: and :Mrs. (arson Farmer, \\2i: : well\ as this city Mr Reynoldsexpects .
j I SPECIAL FEATURE ;_ j Rose street, to help ('arson Farmer to return here for business If.
Junioi', celebrate hl; leuching the I matters sometime in June, for a
r ;: :Monday: Caruso: niatuie age of four jears There (brief time, and both plan to makeKissimniee ly
were games and little] pleasures inside ( their home during the CASINO
; THOMAS MEIGHAN in "CIVILIAN CLOTHES" : the house and on the lawn-and ne\J "..""on. "There is nothing sa'good
I there wa"I noise everywhere about in all\ Florida that I can find := (the pipnusc'H. Little Carson recessed<1 Kis-
ADDED ATTRACTION :: I so thoroughly satisfactory as '1'
: morn pretty giltsand the leficsh-. Isimniei*. and we shall sav main .1 I '1'
,I 3: 3d EPISODE "SON OF TARZAN" I: I me nls served were of the I sort tli.itI 'good! wind for it among out, friends, : Special Saturday .
.f NO ADDITIONAL CHARGES ::: I pleased, all the \isitoii-. (I tin out old l home city"' Ii

.. Afternoon: Night ::1 I: I PROMINENT): : \\'RITKRj : :MRS :MARION CARSON a
Children, lOc.: Children, ISc.: ::1: j' VISITS KISSIMMEEI I HOSTESS OF DORCAS CLASS It"j
t Adults, 20c.: Adults, 25c.: .4:. I Judge- and Mis: G.; F. Kribb!<. al The I Km'ns class< of I the Baptist! j i JOE STUMP'S

.. .... .. ... ... .... then dJIII minI{ home on \\'('st1111' church was entertained on Tuesdaymm
i '1>< : :--:-<-:--....'-<-<.<-.:..:-: :-: : :- :-<-:-: :-:-:-:.:.: :--:"-__:-: :-: : :--:- :-:-:- :-:-:-: :-:..:.-:..:..:_,. street, lure entertained this w.ckMis fternoon by Mrs. Marion Carson ; :
I : S.:1. Kln"eIn,1 her son l D'a) I I her home at 2I!" Broadway, and a i I f Portrayal of
I rush, them being' .iNo] :Mrs. Kink '1.. i most proved| her ..Cfi, i"n'y as hostess."fit daughter, :Miss' Kval.vn Jill;, Kluke "I'inugaine '| Theme was no special |>rogi tmi *
I tile four tables of regular inemheis, wits( of pi omill'n'e. wan; < I I i but geneial conversation and the "The Old Southern Negro"SINGING .
ii IN SOCIETY'S REALM and |to the. guest, Miss: i i Edna; Sihwiikail I,tame to Flo'idl JI'ar"h: of "lot.. ,I'c.iirjmg; on of various.. ,sorts of fancywork .r'
t m.ii JAn \. Cut llowcis. were in piofuso.i! Itoloi"' for" new tulek" The familv! sIfioin ( served. as the motif; and light/ SUCH SONGS AS "
t throughout the card. looms, and the I the old home of Judge and MrsiKiibbs I Ireftiesluuenls of sandwiches. cake. : ; :
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a matters Inti ndi-d for Ihls det refreshments insisted. of iced tea, Clarion Penn jlvania. and l'' :and h proved most acceptable: ,
i pun
Lane""I'ae
t II "Old Black Joe"--"Old Log Cabin in the
partmi'Mt should tie hnndd In HH early 'ake. and sheihc-t. TheinneiH, of Y
i HK pnaethle.I Advance IIOlltl'H Of COIlliittc ( I the lenewal of fl i i"nd..hipVat mutually Among those entertained were Mis I
t ivi'ntH count !>** aullulitlc Cull. the firlInti! second, prizes were'Mis: pleasant The visitors jnu I Harry Hudson Mrs. J, N. Gallagher; / ? G'wine Back to Dixie," etc. l'
Thane 11 I. and ask fur "!-o'I.: ty.'* W. J. Steed and Mrs. 1 1'. C. Huttorlf' pose to view the east coast lieloieleturning :Mis B.1.: lIallfrs.! C H Gran:
each Forma Krldity clone mornlriK promplly "lien o'cl -oOoWEDNESDAY handsome }. L BRIDGE) CLUB r.NJOYED': SECOND WINTERHEl'lER ': nest, :Much, Mrs. H. S. Geiger Mrs I .
ENTERTAINED BY MRS PLANO CARSON CELEBRATES : ; 'IIIAN: TilE TIRST :N. (('. Bryan, Mrs. Elizabeth WarinifMi ,, ] | ( :
The regular meeting of the Wednesday HIS FOURTH ANNIVERSARYThere ] :Mi r. and Mrs: N B Reynolds after :\1, :Marion Farmer Mrs. Carson Feature 1
Bridge Club was held at the was a clever little party; nit otnpletini their net olid season 1- I aimer, Mrs. J, D, Newby Miss Jj Special Saturday f p
(harmful residence of Mrs 11. c Wednesday, afternoon of last week in Kissnnmee. ]leave today for their' Hall and Mrs -C J, Robb. of Tioga, 'i\\ \,
Piano, .r,(>0 Uroadway, when she when more than a score of little! bov" home in ('lneinnati-tirnnly I convmcvfe ]PemisjU unia. I FATTY ARBUCKLE
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VESPER SERVICESAT
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direction of Miss Anna Batiiman , ...
I\\' the following fine vesper'prograat ': COMEDY . "THE SIMP" .
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r I be
wi'l 1 rendered at the W
:Methodist church Sunday \cnmg' /
DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE M. I. STOUT next' ( commencing at seven-Hurt.:; t '
1'' Pr..i".n' Co.M.r Vic.-Prtlidnt o'clock: I PRICES .
Prelude i .
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:Margaret Brunson |I . .
Children 15 Adults
I Invocation I cents 25 cents

I Hymn-"O,. For A Closer Walk With . . t"
God" _____....._._____.__ Foster I Night Children 25 cent - Adults 35 centsvvo
', Soprano Obligato_Mrs. Alderman, ,
"' Misses Wagner and Waterman .++ *+e"+<>+"fr.+*.*<"e"..**M*+.+*M.+.++. +.++++++++++4 r ,:
I \; ,,'- , .. '! >.\,"l'il-Y', ,'!i."I',':. J ';. Messrs. Tucker and Lee I A
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'. to God This --- -- --' -----
,' "Gloiy Thee My Night"Gounod
__________ _______ lhere 'should; also ix establfched a
1. :Miss Waterman "borrowing: closet" said the speaker -
Sanctus. supplied 1 with the needed emergency .
Benedict u". aids that are handled l hy the Red
A LATIN .PROVERB "AgnuH nelle) Dei"--( From Messe Gounod Sol('", (',1'088. _. Save Your

Tenor Solo-Mr. Tucker Salmon Croquettes Storage Battery
Chorus '
"Thou Knowest, Lord"------- 1-11). ran pink or.chum salmon from i.
__ '._ --MrB. H. H. A Beach % can peas ,

A LATIN Proverb says: "While the pot boils friendship lasts. Only Hymn; --"Thou Quartet Wilt Keep Him In 2 tablespoons. < butter or oleomargarine Premature Death t 1

\ Perfect Peace"___--__Oley Speaks 4 tablespoons flour ,
fortunate men have friends. The others have sympathizers. Like Mr Lee 1 egg-/ Keep your battery free ;
"The Lord Is My SI -pill'I'd" Shelley Fat for frying oftrouhles-bigand small '

always seeks like- a successful man associates with successful men. "11"81'1: y Praver"Mendelssohn Quartet : 1 egg cupful(additional mlk.I ) -with Gould Service. t

": Be a success-cut out being a failure. It's for you to say which you Soprano Solo ChormH.v -Miss Wagner, 1 5 teaspoon teaspoonpe salt' ')|>eiRemove '. As i Gould Service Station I,

] ironer and flake salmon
I will be-it's in your own power-now, today, to make a success of mnBenediction., :Melt butter, stir in flour and add' 1 refill we can test charge, ;
Postlude. gradually the nnlk stiri ing lonstaittly and repair all makes
Margaret Brunson \It will he semylthick., Adde,inonings .
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yourself. Start a savings atcount here. Take $1.00$5.00$10.00whatever $ I und mix with peas mind
MOTHERS.TEA< HERS CLUB ,mon Add beaten eggs, then earl l I .. t
you have-and after you start keep it up. May we hear HOLDS INTERESTING: T '''I When cool, fun mu lilt rroslnelt]' .i I And give you the last .
i Sntmdav afternoon at the Chapter loll in crumbs then" ill iMaten egg. I dollar's worth of use
from ? : House there WAS lucid "an interesting 'tit which has 1 been added a tlllIe..p". tout
you : meeting of tris} club IHld.e".1 of seater then again in t rumbs, innfryy ' I of your present ':,
i.ed by Miss -- Sherman who has l I in deep, hot fut to" gold i iblown battery. t
4tY been visiting. the schools of I the : ]/rain( 'on luovvn 'ipapci, ' 1111.1 1 '
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. 1 1n county in company with Miss Albina S"I'on I hot platter surioundeJ l Ioy> Remember-only
I Smith. As a result of their visits I hot mashed, potatoes ,decoialed wi"i, :,
,the children," have been weighed and I parsley Service Stations can replace I' :',
. w If out of town reader measui'eTTln ..... -
you are an you can the most thorough manner old '
; and advice was given the pupils i A Uive And Win'7 Policy: plates with the
j bank with us by mail. May we tell you how? as to how their conditions, might bcr| ]long-livid, power-cram- '
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improved :Miss Sherman told her (How to get life insurance at the
C I audience how all states had then lowest actual cost and .. policy under '' med Drcadnaught Plates, .. i''
quotas. of under-fed and under-nourished ,! which a man does not have to ,
children, and 'of the improve-:','.
P.it '
'ment made by; a change of diet i I Westlagttolia: street Lakeland. '
The speaker told] of the appalling I i !Florid.i. ] I.tl'A i Repair ShopMK ,1\',r
number of defectives found when the ,, (,
i. selective draft was made and said j I :\\ \JeT \\E.\l:: ( y

Bank of that vastly conditions different!' might if the have childhood: been, KISSIMMEE iiw4 fl
QsceolaCounty
treatment had been looked after, andadded [EASTER A L
essential that
nuisiunder community that ft was should have a trained! every -, I BAZAAR 5 Repairs.oonr Dan Bttry Refilling S.rvice'

county supervision
.. RapUecmmU L. toi
in that would Recharging '
working u way cooperate I !
Hours 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. with the county agent. I under auspices ofMethodist I --- ror any t..tter-. r
Mothers-Teachers 1 : Club is anxious : :Missionary Society I W npply c to secure scales for all s'hools'l r ,
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and have the work of : SATURDAY, MARCH 26in i ,
mensuung< become universal. .,"'
:Miss. - Cooley field worker of the t
the Red Cross addressed the club Rol.erson Drug Store ,
f upon the desirability of reorganizingthe / Cooked Foods Candiesand
I local chapter of the Red Crossas ....0&. .
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r- a chapter was everywhere needed a general I'
to tak up the care of the ex-service Display of Fancy Work ;
fcr men. She added that the work
I The Bank With the Ability mentioned hv Mist Sherman would Also will be on sale Easter If' 4m. ..'
5 be greatly aided by having a local Basket containing Easter Colored .
Serf DEPOSITS INSURED ;
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1" and Willingness. to (chapter with a few willing workersWith Eggs. Advance( orders for Col. ,., "
j cI c- _;. such a centre, said the speaker ored Easter Eggs may be given .
,, co-operating with welfare workers of Mrs J. J. McCranie, phone 264 .
the churches .ecret orders and other or Mrs. A W. Bailey; phone 186*
I societies, much good would, tesuttr"
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