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: January 6, 1922
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01045
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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i'' Found !.' Grave la Kissimmte. .Will StilL At Work la Improving 1922 will"" be a'real advortieing'yearl: At .Large,.!. .Portion el- ,Ceaaty Making It -A Misdemc:'; ,

( -Be. Featured V Quarter la The W'dboa Buildingthe When you compare business conditions Just now with those. conditions Became Effective Last Soaday !or. te Use 'That: Appeuatiesi -
3 that.were'' with us and in front of ,us for 1921, we can say .< i' ,/, 'J, ----
w U3. M. Cooper:;U4 'Cherry street, Wataon- h :Manufacturing With a sigh -'of relief-that we'. prefer the outlook for 1922. ', Owners of hogs In a certain portion "I want to put the board of ,coramlesioners -
r east,'owner of .the orange tree that Company Is fitting up the .Wlll on One thing certain( 1921 proved the necessity of both salesmenand < of')-.trtceold county' should not neglectto1immediately on, due notice that the
." 'perpetually carries blossoms, partly- building( on Darlington in a way advertising. believe these. two factors combined intelligently ; comply with the law term 'poor-farm' must never againbe
grown" fruit, nearly-grown ,fruit, and which is indicative of an Intention to will be far more Important in the promotion of business in,192J I : than which*pa..ed the last session of the used .in speaking ,of the propertyout
:. ripe fruit?* remain in Kissimmee permanently in. any one year during the last ten., X legislature, as there is a penalty for on the cemetery road,". said
, That is the 'etyla of the'new cards Concrete floor are. being made, in the The manufacturer wants and must have the salesman ,who really ] neglecting. to do '0. Not only is the Commissioner. John M... Hansel! at
't> (II' which the owner of the tree'which section of the property which wilUbe ..nllella..on--auch-a.ba.l.-th.t-wberrltr.-etl-bacJdle'wm. get repeat- r- owne'the.awine..liabl.: ._for all. the session,of that bodyJast.Jfonda'., .
Ii hasbeenwatched rjCar= ulled.-r-labor.fory. well as in orders The "manufacturerwants and must trave advertising. ; damage done by the depredation. of He continued: "The expression is
'M-;. gotten sevenr'yearecontemplates out-for other sections where, everything.-"l; that will educate ,the consumer to ask for--to insist,. on h.vlne-th.. the animals but he is liable to arrest, not a nice one.' ,It sort of 'implies in

-. that he: will having exploit the tree; at'a order to secure the best re.ult..u.t. goods advertised.'" *: .; '. fine, or imprisonment "Ignorance stronger terms < than there is any
..it ',"" profit to himself and a gain to those I be carried on in .sanitary manner ; '' :Instead of, advertising only for ,prestige-instead of so-called v\ the law excuses no one"' la said to be need that It is being run for those
s w... who buy budwood Is a foregone con. Dr.- Watson being determmed 'that if , "institutional" advertising-most manufacturers now look upon advertising -. correct-but in order that all maybe not able to care' for.tbem.elyea-aD
clusion.. It Is 4io illusion-this tree; his preparations are to bring the best for Just what it is; namely,- the most economical way to the better Informed The Gazette .is while this may be true there is no
examination results the entire environments must create consumer demand for their goods. ManufactureMmow know herewith publishing the gist of the need of bringing up. such matters.
for an of The Gasett. by a representative found be kept in order. that a fairly good sized campaign can be produced to use newspapersat law as it now stands. Following the After this it is going to be called the i.
r.'t' 'yesterday
multitude' of sweet-scented blossoms This'' company will, without doubt, a cost as low .. 1.10 of a cent per reader reached; to use farm papers title of the bill there is described the 'county home.' And that Is what I
fruit in various stages of prove''a valuable asset to KissimmeeIn at H of a cent reader; to use magazines and weeklies at 1-7 of area embraced in the affected district : am striving bard to' make its We -
which
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growth, and ripe fruit which various ways., The company is en- agent per reader. thus riven: want, to make It a' real home for
possessed
} delicious'' flavor-:all-on the tree gae in placing on the market ,certain This morning a. t write there came Into my office a 'man )who' township Beginning at that point then ,Is no I telling when any of us ;
medicines all has done business for 60 without on line between township may be-forced ,.to take residence
" The eight Is free to, who desire and preparations, represents a concern that years up .
to' this wonder any compounded from formulas of value advertising. He told me that in 1922 they will let the consumer kho-y, 24 and 25 where It Is Intersected by i there. Mebby,. that Is wh.. I'm so, r
,\\ ter. see -and there is probably not a townor about the merits of theist product so they can own their own business the right-of-way of the Atlantic dead anxious.'to 'have thithis yoiair'right i
y In several portion of the" state city in this state in which its out -aa without. advertising they found during the last year that they Coast Line Railway; run south along while I'.m commissioner .
t there have been individual trees for put is,, not handled .b* at least one do -not own it. the eastern boundary of said right- Job.: At,.any ,rate. I want, r
which similar'claims were made. One, :-: oj of-way to the city limits of ,Kissim all of to' remember 'the'name' ,
f firm : and in many rases there is an This business-like that of the automobile, the tire the packing you ;
.. at least has been capitalized at ar' mee; then around the north and eastern the home'" .
'county ;
" assortment to be found at severalplaces house, the flashlight, the, storage battery has reached rock bottomso "
huge figure, and there promises to bbundary of the city limits to the It'was a' long,speech for the-com
of <
of business. Several years far as prices are concerned. Like all businesses that have readjusted
be revolution In the point where it strikes the .hore'of '
r' a orange.business; missioner'In question- In fact It,
:: business Jacksonville convinced\ the their' prices properly, this concern has had the satisfaction of seeing Lake ,
when thousands of of Tohapekaliga thence easterlyand ,
acres.., grove.shallliave ; would have been a long' speech for
management that there was a great its safes on the up grade during the last sixty days. And it looks for
around
the shore of
been transformed by skillful field.for the numerous preparationsand one of the best years of its business career in 1922, because It will add Sitid southerly lake the any of the board to make-all at one'time ''
western bank the
to of
r manipulation of
,: the into duplicates -- countless testimonials bearingthe the force of advertising to back up its sales work to and for dealers. canal between East Lake Tohopekali- Most of 'them, are noted for
parent tree. \ highest praise for the results obtained The prime factor in selling in 1922 will be the Salesman; Advertising Lake bl'nlt-th.t Is. so far as languagegoes.
In the meantime, and even for the .from the various remedies are to the Dealer; and, last and most Important, Advertisingto .ga and Tohopekaltga the ; thence .If, perchance,' any of them
,past fAw years, .has a careful watch; possession of the firm. the Consumer.We northerly along western boundaryof : should commence on any longwinded
said canal to a point where it Is
been kept by Mr. Cooper upon the Every bottle, every package, leaving must plan to help the dealer more through advertising to intersected by the Belt railway argumentive speech the chairman
Sugar
tree in his grove that possessed all the laboratory will bear the name create the demand for products he handles, and also to teach him how -thence vast the' would call to order immediately., Most
"' the qualifications of heirs, an ever- of "Kissimmee. Pf rlda." As the ter- to advertise and sell the products he handles so that the consumer : ;of the along Belt right-of- of;the noise made at the sessions of
to the
II- *. bearing proposition He had no idea ritory in which: these goods are sold will get lower prices because of quicker turnover in sales of advertised city way limits Sugar of the town railway of Saint the commissioners is made by outsiders -:
{ of the value Of such a tree until the both in stores and by agents is not products.Advertising. Cloud thence-. north along the west- who apparently forget that'mat '
exploitation of a tree in another portion confined to Florida but cover all the will help manufacturers to realize" : their fondest ern boundary; of the town of Saint r.land pf Importance are to be discussed ,
I. of the atate became so prominentand southern states it may be seen that hopes in 1922.Advertising. Cloud to-the shore of East Lake TOol that 'disturbing' noises. y
t;. ; '- now he will place a new value this city will be "brought out" in a can of course do its best work for concerns in hopekaliga thence north around the should be carried on in; the hallway. h
upon it. He will find there will bea fashion that cannot but bring 'more I healthy manufacturing, sales. and financial condition. There are shore of said; lake to Boggy creek; Nevertheless the new title seemed
large demand upon him for bud- publicity to the countyseat of Osce- thousands of manufacturers healthy: condition that plan for advertising thence north along"the western" bank to be mutually. adopted by the entire
wood-once- the excellence' of the tree ola county. Through this company, to be used in a better and more effective way in 1922. President of said creek to that point where It board-and all reference to the,place
becomes generally! known; and he therefore Kissimmee will become the Harding, Secretary of Labor Davis Secretary of Commerce was made under the new title. The
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may find, also, that he will need to (Continued on Page Two) Hoover. Will II. Hays and Charles Henrv Mack- building'' being erected there is progressing
especially protect his .property from in pach, president of-the Associated' Advertising Clubs: of the World, : nicely, and it was decided'
those who would break In and, eta their business hat to extend the longevity of the:
utmost to influence
are doing help through every possible
Says Mr. Cooper: "There hasn't have AGRICULTURAL L F IR'r shingles they should be' creosoted.
THINKS LOWER .RATEyWATER including, countrywide publicity. They accomplishedmuch Twe. tons .of ,* *
:been a day for two when I in will in high-grade fertilizer
I. years 1921; they do even more 1922. They deserve the united "
could not show ripe fruit on this ..< support of every advertising man. have been "purchased for the cropathere" ., ;,
I. tree. and very 'few days when- I CURRENT The Disarmament Conference in'Washington has led the way OF OSCEOLA..COUNIY at an expense for the lot of'
$76.41-a considered remarkatbly .
couldn't show blossoms. I was told ANQ tcward better feeling .between Nations, and 'more ,stable conditionsat figure
when.I bought the place that one of low for the amount received; and'a
home and abroad. And because of that fact President Harding,
the trees was going to, a moneymaker IS 'PROMiSINOWEIL It is believed ,by those in charge that
prove BRING' GAINS Secretary of State Hughes, and all our good men 'Washington <
; but I have -sort.of let it go WOULD have given business men confidence to '-"go' ahead." there.-Ie to be a general'reclamation:

along( without special care. I knew ..:.. ..;........_,04< "Go Ahead! means saner: and .safer-use of advertising-better .- ,.. . considerable. portions'of: .the .largeacreage .
; Commissioners Backed TaeSr Premise : .
.
that it w.aa preducerrilhtr'that'italways Tit'Lower Would sales and business conditions in 1922. '' ,, . .. ,, r
,', had 'a -'ood ; and that the Suggested Charge 'Te-Back 'Conaty"' Fair- -Medeit
crop Set the example and-work 10,12-or 16 houre'a day;alld-ln--that oa NEW PASTOR CHURCH.
CHRISTIAN
.fj 'caserns were'nearly always there; Materially Increase The He.be-.E way we can catch up for time lost In 1920. Scale by' Aa Ample Appropriation

now I have worked?It.out that Patrons Tkroughont: City Newspapermen, salesmen advertising. men can do much to .. Rev. ,and""Bra. J.:-iIiW ii Dlil '
rF'. :tree is worth, .really, more than Improve business conditions as they always do-"-and as- I believe they At the session of tnty m. from Canton. Illinois"have'armed 10. .
. :vwhole property if it shall be Following/ the temporary refusal of ... will do It-In 1922. missioners ,on :Monday the matter of Kissimmee, and are now occupying "
erly exploited. And that's what the council to make several desired ,One of the best ways to help is to encourage buying at.readjust the county fair "was, brought' before apartments the home of Mr. and a
"going to do from this time on. extensions ,the electric" lines :because ''ment prices. Every buying and selling transaction helps to bring the board by Leo H. Wilson, county Mrs. D. ,H. :;
resume'the tree is dozen years of the immediate lack of funds back prosperity; helps the" retailer clear his shelves; help. the' manu- demonstration agents < who outlinedthe Mr. j il
_nd there should be fine bud. -even though there would be -a suf? facturer sell to.the merchant and-It helps the man who works,\: for work that he had) done in contemplation l I I ate over sutton.1l4jtia \ w
wood to yield me a good revenue even Ucient number of,,users to pay excel the manufacturer that man can buy from the retailer and his of the agreement of the will \ .
.; .
when sold at the. conservativehargq lent interest 'on the Investment Congressman purchase can' move again in the same beneficial circle. commissioners made early In last The new '
-{ which I shall make. I think W. J. 'Sears devoted thirty Therefore I nay 1922 will be a real. advertising year! year.: Mr. Wilson said that he,' as all members of the, congregation '
;:..!. have a good thing-and I'm/wiltng minutes to explaining that if a lower well as Miss Albina Smith,.had been rapidly-as may.be'convenlent.attheir
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,. to let others share, with .me in thee r.trfot' water could be.tn.de10r the featuring' the fact that an exhibition apartments. "fpl"
\ ooot..OOOO'O"O"'OOO OOO'O""O'OOO O"OOO'O"O"woMAN'S
good fortune. quantity really neded for sprinkling! was to be held in Kissimmee at* which
service there would be more handsome various prizes were to be given-and '
lawns In Kissimmee'and to -'I that the several districts of the county TIN CAN TOURISTS, t rv
t PLAN : TWO CONCERTS'BY making a pleadment for a lower CLUB URGES ii11UiiAi were to make showings.
electric service charge where the cur- Mr. .Wilson's plan is to engage a
: rent was to be used for heating( and large building in this ,city-possibly SAY CITY COUNCIL
KISSIMMEE BAND cooking. The present rate of fifteen MOVE BE TAKEN FOR ANNUAL INTEREST Lewis O'Bryin would contribute. the .
,. cents he declared was too high to allow ; use of the vacant garage at the rear IS.:
ter ; current to be used for other than of the postofflce for the showingand =: '

IN PARK EACH WEEK illumination.Mr. MORE CLEANLY CITY I O'N'"f f if DEPOSITS with proper decorations' and em. HIGHLY DESERVING J .
Sears spoke, also, regarding bellishments and bO -n-t1W'-pface ,-;"
the excess water that is being. used would be made suitable for the various ', Abed'Tourist
Call"'For Sabscriptioas T. Coatiane to Irrigate the park on Brodaway- Believes Tune la Ripe To Have Sere City Takes n.iii.ti..... of Paying exhibits that had been premised.Itwould'prove Resist. Day' Pleasant Tatar lHesitation
that tsprinklers covered 'Camp Patrons Have If ;
a C..cerb Throughout _The. jEatire declaring U.attraetivs"Place. in City Made Interest;Where" Deposits for Meters attraction for:the *.
that .
so-much-territory pa"llnA"-.uto
< --. home folks as well as demonstrate to ''kPrablar.:.Officials
rSuo As.A Drawing Card_ mobile. and occupants were' frequently Mere Presentable. Re.'". For One Year the visitors the possibilities of the : ,
drenched --and he felt sure county; and In another year the plan Few'of'the fees In he'staie' .o x '
r The city counci'ib;. made arrangements that "nothl 'would ever grow on the There seems to" be a general desire The matter ."prtt; ;;. up a deposit"for could be enlarged upon and .placed on are .carefully supervised ,and .so'
with,the.local band, which has brick pavement, no matter bow muchit as evidenced by a -communication meters the money to remain a Self-supporting. basis. well provided with those things which. 4 ,
made such excellent progress in a was sprinkled.". read before the council members on year after year at the city's disposal The plan. was ,agreeable to r the please..the.,,camper for a short -or a
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musical way, to render two- concerts The'council' admitted the justnessof Tuesday evening, to have a more without the payment of interest was board each.of the members being< longer,". stay as .Is the' free camp located -'""*
.in the park each week-the date. selected the latter" remark.-nd declared cleanly condition shown property- brought'before: the council on Tuesday anxious to eee what could be brought at the north end of the city In'
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w; being Friday evening. and Sunday that orders had.been .given to ensmallthe I owners-and the letter from the evening through the desire of I'' about and Mr., Wilson "was riven i a a' spot, that carries 'a "spirit:of the e
,l afternoon. The city felt that the area of the sprinklers so as to Woman's Club contained also the suggestion Dr. K. D.. C. Watson>of the Watson. tree hand to carry out his plans-at southland-and is easily reached from '' '
condition of Its finance would not keep all water on the park itself and that ditches now almost un- Hall Manufacturing Company! who i the same time being discreet,as re. the...Dixie Highway.. Arrangements ,
Justify any long contract-and It is permit no wetting of the streets. The useable be put in better shape believed that where this money re- girds the expenditure. The dates for were made by those in"charge of.the a.
an assured fact that when the funds council said that the rate of 15c was pledging in the former supplicationthat mained with the city for an extended the three day showing have not, as place i to offer> everything withinreaj l ,,..
a are exhausted th.re"wm be a cessation as low as-other cities in the class of an effort would be made to have time there should be interest allowed yet been agreed 'upon, but it is un son to those who. feel inclined to,
; of the musical events. Kissimmee were making although all club members co-operate. The the patron of the water and the light derstood that the affair will be stag make a call ....*. and to Increase the
w ,In'view of this condition it may as there was a rate for power which "Was letter herafollows-addressed to the plant. The instance was cited that ed before the opening of the Tampa length of the visit; and while the
4 ; well'be frankly stated! that there i.Yes i. far below that; but that to equip the mayor and chairman of the street several cities in Florida allow a rate fair, which has selected Thursday stay J was; perforce limited-in order' '
: need even now of new music: and city with transformers to allow 'current committee:. of interest-and the council believed February 2, as the initial day. that none. might have monopoly- .
r .y ,thV public is asked to make such contributions to be used for cooking and hatIng "At 'a recent meeting of the civic that such a course was only right.. was understood that until the grounds
/l: as may be possible and would cost more than five i thou- department of the Woman's Club I By resolution 'It was agreed and ARRIVE, FROM NEW YORK might be crowded to the exclusion of
"of:! ,convenient to .the music: fund. In sand dollars and that such. expend! was Instructed write you and ask so recorded that commencing on the RESIDING AT THE CLUB the late comer there would be no $
'past, years there has Always been a tures was not at this ttme to be con- that an effort be made by you to see first of the present month all 'such Hunter;; time limit but It. was.. also understood_ .
liberal donation In the aggregate( ,and sidered. It Is possible, however, that that the several vacant lots which are sums which have already been paid Mrs. J. Hill and her grand- that in case of sr congestion some of '
"fit the hope that the practice 'may arrangements will be.mode tyy whicha somewhat an eyesore to the city, into the' departments should be al. son, Captain Robert Hunter: Grant, ,the earlier'.arrivals' would be .forced ,/'
3r *continued because of the factat persoh may upon paying a specified among them being the Lancaster lot lowed Interest at the rate of six per- late' of' the British Central office ct :to .vacate." '
,the music rendered is ahray..rth fiat rate, be granted a price per be cleaned. We also urge that the cent per- annum-the interest being New York, have arrived in Kissimmee So satisfactory have been jthe'',arrangements -' i
.,. the money and the publicity frontage foot for water for sprinkling ditches of the city be put in better deducted..front- ''the December, bill: ,for.the season,.jsnd-arej-ejldlng( ,that the following.letter* -,
is of ,much Importance and purposes during the but rendered If the meter' in apartments at one end ox "The members
gained ; year shape i on. each year. ,, addressed to the mayor,and
every cent of all donations will be ac that. It was declared, could only be "While'we are Writing to you urging Is ordered out and the patron recalls, .. The' remainder of the build' of the' city council.was read ar the
L -counted'for-through the press. arranged after due consideration had this, work: shall be done by you his deposit before the sum shall h2 Ing will be open for, the'eu.tomery council meeting on Tuesday evening:. '

';, :_ Those who desire to send in contributions been- given the .subject.. we. 'will also urge .hat..individual, been-Jn-=the .eit", '. -,possession,one: bi-weekly'dances, and Mrs. Brown, _._JTbe! _.uto tourists from many.?...
... may hand them toanrmember"TBf ", (. "- members"of the club clean and clear year then there shall be no allowance wh07wlll""openthrLorHouarclab. : states"assembled- in ." the c ;Kissimmee .
he"Dand.=or"'may mall. that he,.had' ,run aver somethingand in front'"of their holdings! -thus giving for such interest., annex, has agreed. to attend to these, Tourist Camp on this New Yells Eve; .:, "
P (them to the office of The Gasette (found.it was one of.his pets for out city a clean andJ eautlful ap- The several hundred users of both affairs.WOULD I wish to"convey to the mayor and the
and due acknowledgement will be which he 'would have refused at least pearance. light and water, each of whom has n .MOVE TO FLORIDA city:council'Kissimmee ,the greetings .> ;
ir\: made r III! the following Issue of thecr"The one hundred dollars._ The pet had "Thanking you m,advance in anticipation deposit -in the hand. of the collector; of the season, and to express ., '
"JIper., tried.=se.Mi\Johnson thinks, to follow ; of your granting, this request will find' that' on the' next December Writes a 're; dt' of 'w 111 aw our appreciation for what,, they have ,:- y
first concert -of Uie'series will her master into the car- : take. place: thls-e-renifia? in the park overtook her. In addition to the sorrow "MRS. ,PAUL STANLEY, .-lThe'' amount will be small -"Please send me eample'copy'of\ ',also,forj the uniform courtesy
"rom',,,'en-thlrty. to eight-thirtythe( the- driver felt was the agony of Secretary of Civic Department In each badlYidual- & -but the'ag+ your-.paper. And'write and tell me we have received from the merchants ,>' ,' .
u %cond will take place. SundayafterrWtooon .: his 'children who have made a great -Woman's Club of Kissimmee"Mr. gregabrwill amount toconsiderablein what.,kfnd' of a country Itil.,' down andcitizen..s"JUssimmee: will-always>. .,''. ,,.
at.four o'clock.. pet, of ;the tOlIN-althOQl'h. > at the the ':lessened receipts for_ that VhJkfM.' X Jrbl 16 coml down to that' have a, large place In our, .tredjeM.::" '
present (time these little ones feel j I and .Mrs.,"D.'-Mx:Boyte have month The members of the council county_ think about In the 'centre f t. "We.wish to all,a. Happy *nd.Pros'porous .: \

V LOST',,A HUNDRED' PLUNK. t that the dog has ""merely: gone .away just returned from' a week's, visit'toArcadia believed. .'.'dlon',will be considered of'.the' county, .Let-..... know. what New,Year..... .,. : . ,. 0. ..
tT'DRIVING' FROM. GARAGE on. a. visit.i ."-., '" and vicinity. 'In' Areadt( just by all' twpsyera-and. .... the kind'of,land aNt timber'-and do. they -W/L; LaDghcaadt. Camp Manager.. ,
.. ,:!, ,_. < *-' '. a e seh*je ea a ai B BBBiBeBe*BMi' they were'guestf' of, Revs and-MrLWilliamJLColemp city"''has:the''use of, the"money'for raise-any fruit there Please, ,Jet me '"RevJames_ ; Elliott,_Secretary.. *_.:. .\:..
'iJ t' Johnson felt rather 'poor'' and Toe:;NeighborhoodClot h:.:4o "tbsnumber'ofr ,.,of..the'.Christian various-purposes Ia. but; right for know. atiOneeSeveral. /* : ?"> '_--J JC x. ; ', ..,-a !

;aUed and core ,'W everything bout 'forty' enjoyed a*pig church., ". I ..' ** the:;eity.,to pay -for"soch deposits..: copies of The CaSette have MSKETB4LLuus: EVENftIc
t .Monda,...; ,He was the.owner *fulhandsome pilau 'home -of FV ,A:" Pierce l \ been forwarded. There an no folders .: --:--, ':::: ;: ::; ;'
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pedigreed.:ollie;now N.w.'T a60arfhe night, and the:;affair.was heva David. Lander left .Tuesday (S i(RISK PRATER: ETING. telling av word about the'-great What .romlaea. ,to.b. an WsresHsievent .,' .'-/I'* ,fI,

is the owner of but )ft..: atarting'ba'ek a pleasant one*. A-:1mCII.mall1lo; ,.! I..addition morning.for hie home J in Kl al_. J'-- -- citrus Industry thla conatyr of will .few* tfrsMW" )
,- from lorninr'he looked 'aU'about' to make music'from a'pianoanda'victrola church and the town In'Denlz regret .r..meeting-held aKthe",Presbyterianthnreh'.Sunday"Anornimr Ift1J .iatrd.tezig.daes sMaT&eJthregjththe. Mghs lM. a. .... ... .... ->Rr'" .
ure that, there was no animal about; and recitations'.helped 1>asa the even. that .falling, health :..compelledBev. | i at.seven branch.of the I'Iorlda'Cltrue'I5tJ ai...m.eBytnero"s. CoOe**' The fame ','''*'i': < '
r( Jumped into the car* and threw ing/;' Another likeaffair. :' is ;being .'''Lander: to rive.up:'Ille'workin. b'clock.ieryods.la'.""IaIl1'lItyt. ehangobut he" can' learn-of: .those will.b* ceSsTat' ...e i-tWEty en theaekeol ; ,,::Jf.

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"'FaOll'IAl't1SrPASTOR;' thing'new; and up to the minute ... .. WORRIED I distinct and individual scenes. I ., .
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-modern ministrel amusement. Joe: First Baptist Cbncfc DIXIE HIGHWAY :
REGARDING LANDERLast .
REV. Coburn's Minstrels are too wet ORGANIZATIONContinued
known. to require rcctie and ,superlative !- Rev. J. A Button, P. D., Pastor.. I LARGE
week's,: issue; of the Starke adjectives, It'. services
Regular Sunday from Pare One) CA'RA.C'.E':
Telegraph contained an open letter know and enjoy The show which i on t (
:from Rev. J .J. Bullen, pastor of theBaptist keep faith with old patrons and new 9:45 a. m.Sunday school. .S. 'U i better' known j and the better known .
church of that city, regard- friends, where smut is not recognize: I Lupfer, Jr., superintendent. ? ;READ- TmS' i It may- become the more frequeot will . .'y. I.
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David who has Fine 'orchestra.. there be made inquiries direct regarding
in* Rev. Lander, recently as tomedy- never heard, and not EMett Street :
returned to make.his home'/ in tolerated. This year's attractions I Is 11:00: a. m.-Sermon by the pastor.. It from those who may wish .
"_ Kissimmee.The' letter reads: said to be the biggest, best and most Theme "Union With Christ. I to make this a temporary or a permanent ...- *
w I am sure you will give apace in enjoyable in the twenty-two years of 6:30 p.. m.-B. Y. P. U. Half' Sick' ,' Gas Hasbaaos Will B. home. .- ? ,
your columns to a word from a brother catering' to amusement lovers. ,At 7:80 p. i-Sermont... Theme: "The i The company will prove valuable to
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clergyman, 'Prompted by" the departure the Casino Saturday. Folly 01 Indecision Helped, by Peph-Mue.. Klssimmee because it will have a REPAIRING WASHING

r from our.community of Dr. Seats will be on sale at Tress' lIew'etan Preaching' : at. the Second church ,payroll from the very commencementof '
David Lander pastor of the local Do it now. each Thursday evening at 7:30. *' Is he' "cross as a bear when he action here. The removal from STORAGE .. '
'Presbyterian church; The morning sermon will be basedon comes home? Is he nervous and a Jacksonville necessitated a slacking ? .
.To see Dr. Lander was 'to admire MUST FENCE .IN HOGS the fifteenth chapter of John- bit' pale and always tired T You' can .up of the affairs of the concern until '
r "The vine and the branches. The help him back to health with Gude's shall the POLISHING TIRE WORK
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him| to know him was to love him; : : :such a time as once' more .
to bear hint was to believe him. (Continued from; ; Page One) evening study will be based. on' the Pepto-Mangaa. He is run-down and propaganda (Indicate that orders .are .
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rf The.flrst\ time I caught sight of crosses the' township line between Story of Herod. Pepto-Mangan, the wonderful blood i now being filled the day received. 4
24 and 26 thence Free seats and a welcome to tonic with the right kind of iron in reached ,
him was the second day I had been townships : west I While the payroll has as yet ,'\
said line strangers as well as, those who belong it, will build him husband be r '
in Starke. An elderly man, bearing along township to point of up. redyour no startling aggregates it might
; all the marks of a gentleman, passed beginning.. here. and get- nlentv of and noted that for some months there BRING YOUR AUTO TO US .

on the other aide of the street witha St Jo .'. (Episcopal) Chore he will be iftllu and goodnaturedagain were fifteen on the payroll; and as ; ....... ."
child laughingly holding him by .J Orange County Line and stronger, too. Good blood business gets back to normal and ...
l 0 '' good health, makes happy good hu- manufactured -
the hand. Childhood and age blended Rev, L. 1I.Kkk'by Rector. new products are being
mor-that Is the way it goes. If youdon't will of
e' so beautifully and each appeared so the number of employees ,
,happy In the presence of the other 1'> No hogs iCI4 First Sunday after the Ef.lphany. will give him'.ome kind of a toniche course, increase. Only the most careful G. C. TYNER: .
that I inquired of a passerby the 9:45 a. m.--Church probably get worse-they usually painstaking classes will be accepted 0
Allowed to
q name of the gentleman. It was then .J 11:00 a. m.-Morning Prayer and do. Go to the drug store and for this work-as the slightesterror Proprietor .'
for Gude's in
.that I learned to know Dr. Lander Run .t Large a Address. : "Christians Causing ask Pepto-Mangan in the compounding might causea .
t although it was some weeks later before After o Their Light to Shine." liquid or tablet form. It is pleasantto fatality. That is why Dr. Watson ,
take and works wonders if taken
I had an opportunity to intro Visitors' are cordially welcome to personally supervises all work 'of e
lrI duce myself to him.. January 1. 1922 this service.' dally. for, a few weeks.-(.Advertisement. this nature""We .

My acquaintance with him, though ,.f ) expect that our business will '
I{i brief confirmed my knowledge of Presbyterian parch - continue grow till it reaches large
him,, obtained in a moment from a | Sugar Belt Railroad | Dree h coin's assassination at Ford's theatre proportions" said Dr. K. D. C. Wat DID PAIN DISTURBYOUR
Rev. W. D. D. D., Pastor
glimpse of his courtly bearing, his April 14, 1865 live before the spec son. "In Jacksonville we had reached I'
kindly face and his love for a little The. second section defines the 9:45 .. m.-Sunday school. tator of the Griffith drama In the fifteen employees:! before we moved to
child as we passed each other on opIPoilte damages done from the infraction ofthe 11:00 a. m.-WorshIp.nd sermon: second half of the south's "second Kisslmmee, and there is no reason SLEEP?
sides of the street. Grid ,bless law, and reads as below: Theme: "The Strength of Frailty. uprising"-this time against the 'carpetbagger why with some new prescriptionswhich
him I I felt that here was a' brother "That the owner or owners of any; Communion service. 4'e..lme-i. shown in thrill- I am perfecting, and the possibility pain and torture of rheumatism . --
in the Gospel ministry to whom Icould swine running at large whether with! 6:30 m.;;;"Junior Christian En- ing story the Reconstruction days. of preparing extracts and essences can be quickly relievedby
tie* although ne diflTerent / or without knowledge of such owner deavor. p. The romance of the "little Confederate which I am now considering, an application of Sloan's
p. denominational enfrom mine. or owners within the limits of sale 6:30 m.-Senior Christian En. Colonel" Ben Cameron, with the we should not keep even more than Liniment. It brings warmth, ease and
And I am sure that if I should consult district shall be responsible for all deavor. p. Northerner,Elsie Stoneman and that that number busy here. The Increased comfort and lets you sleep soundly.
irV my' brother ministers in Starke, damages, of whatsoever name or nature 7:30 m.-Evenlng. services. Ser of the Unionist Captain, Phil Stone- capital of the company all of Always have a bottle bandy and
Drs. Durham caused by his or their swine so p. when feel the first
and twinge.
Smith they would with which is taken by the agents and apply you
i'* mon. Theme: To be selected.- man. Margaret Cameron, the
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running at and the sufFering ,. .
subscribe to large, .1' without rtWbf ,
+ the same experience, in person 7:30 Wednesday Prayer South Carolina lassie, maintain two those especially interested will permit penetrolet
their acquaintance with Dr. Lander. such damage shall have alien service. p. threads of continuous love-interest a considerable enlargement in It's splendid to take the pain out of
The infirmities of age alone compel upon. such swine for the payment of throughout the story. the scope of the plant and I have tired aching muscles -sprains- and
his retirement from such damage and may impound and strains, stiff joints and lame back
( the active pastorate Christian parch But the great out-of-doors is Mr. the utmost confidence in the meritof
k; much to the regret not only of hold the same at the expense of the Griffith's j special field. Tremendous the goods the firm will send out. For forty years pain's enemy. Ask
the members of the church owner for feed and proper care until Rev. J. G. Waggoner Pastor neighbor..
over : battle I wish would select two testi-
scenes and the wild fides of you
k which he presided with such marked such damages together with costs of the Ku monials from this lot and publish in At all druggists-3Sc, 70e $1.40.SlpartS.
t ability and Christian but to all keeping such swine, shall be paid, and 10:00. a. m.-The bible school meetsto Klux Klan are staged with t
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grace thousands of The Gazette as an advertisement to
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t In the community whose lives were If not settled within five days after study the life of Elijah. The thousand human participants.actors and Eighteen throe show the people that our productsare w
notice to the owner or his agent, or Prophet.
enriched by his and his min "
presence
thousand
a" istry. if neither of them can be found such! 11:00 a. m.-Sermon. Theme: horses were employed in completely satisfying ,

The poet wrote: "A Christian is the swine shall be sold to pay such cost "The Church's Program in Prophets."' the half making a million of dollars the picture and, which took cost The another advertisements column. may' be notedin Liniment!

,' highest type of a man." In and expenses. Provided, however 7:30 p.m. -Address. Subject: "The eightmonths
every to produce. Some idea of its
that should the swine be of a wild Kingdom of God. 't
respect Dr. Lander
s bore the marks of immensity is gained from the fact 666 cores Bilious Fever.
.' a Christian. nature and not easily impounded, up- 7:30: p Wednesday. Prayermeeting. .
'" I shall miss him, but I count it on giving two days' notice to the .._ ---
'worth while to have known him if owner that the swine are at large in A cordial invitation to all to come

only for a month or two. We shall that locality, the owner of the premIses and worship with us.

,.meet, again Blessed hope!I. running upon at which large shall the said have swine the right are MethodietCblltclaRev. F

to kill the said animals and shall
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cleansed j A bad 'of'wound, burn should be not be liable for the price of sam R. F. Hodnett, Pastor
dirt,
or impurities and YOWELL-DREW COMPANY
nor any damages arising out of s.idklllin. ; ;;
dressed with 9:45 school.
Liquid Borozone. It ...." a. m.-Sunday e
heals the flesh with marvelous speed 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by the pas-
The third section tells of the
't' Prioe, 30c, 60c, .and. 120. Sold by to be affixed upon the swine penalties --. tor. Orlando' Largest Store Orlando Florida .
J Z.
} Roberson. e* 6:30: p. m.-Epworth League devo-
owners for failing to keep hogs. enclosed tional. .

"BESTIN' : VAUDEVILLE" : 7:30 Preaching by Presiding Did It"
... "Any owner or. _owner of any; : p. m.- "Quality
Elder J. P. Hilburn of
Orlando.
SAY ALL:TI1OSE WHO wine running! at large whether with Quarterly conference .
.SEE COBURN'S MINSTRELS or without the knjowledge. of such preaching. immediatelyatter "-.: .
i owner, within the limits of said district I .
shall be deemed of 7:30 p. m-Wednesday. Prayer -
The: guilty a
twenty-second
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season meeting.
"Coburn's misdemeanor and punished by a fine I -, I
Minstrels. brings to Klssim 7:30 Friday. Teacher training
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of not more than f 60 or by imprisonment --
mee a notch
top attraction backed class .
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4 years of which and :'satisfying Section of not four more declares than thirty that days swine 7:30 p. m.-Saturday. League Th .
J reputation In < clean Mission class. I
comedy: study
at in the said district I .
running large '
fine .
and
music the best in vaudeville 7:30 p. m.-Monday. Meeting of

y3; 'vocal -harmony, splendid. dancing, may according be taken to up the as provisions strays, and of.sold the .board of stewards v ..., .
bright'costumes and
elaborate. scenic: second section, and the closing sec Christ's Church
accessories
m.k.It. a welcome annual tion that the law shall take i
...itOl'., The sort of minlstretsy provides 1 (Pentecostal) '4 1
that grand-dad used to take grand- effect/ on Sunday January 1, 1922. Corner Brack and Oak Streets i
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FOR ALL, KINDS .OP

: MISS THORNDYKE'S CONDITION 10:00 .. m.-Sunday; school. Important
Auto lessen.. Classes for all ages.
Repairing Each day there are many inquiries 11:00 a. m-Divine worship. Special -
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regarding the condition of Miss Wy- message for all- especially young
lena Alyce Thorndyke, who has been people. .
f Now In Full
a physical sufferer for the past year. 7:30 p. m.-,-Divine worship. Evan-. SwingA
fY' SEB'" Since the new year dawned she has gelistic. Inspirational Songs. .
been able to take occasional auto- Timely messages for all. Every-
W.. ,B. 6RADDY trips of brief cfiatance-.Yideuclnlf body invited;
3 ( I( the fact that her remarkable constitution 7:30 p. m"-Tueaday.- Special bible big sales event to

\.J'; r' 'AT. still functions-at the same study. Good singing. clear the way for the ,
time she Is able to see no visitorsa 7:30 p. m.- (Thursday. Preaching dawning national

iA Dixie i Highway Garage fact that she deplores because so praise and testimony. 1 I.prosperity. ,.....
number have been
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regarding her
.r. ''EMMETT. /STREET ,. --' pr"i' The first convention of-the Florida -
Te a aid take 666. STARTED '
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-- tate beheld JANUARY 4 -
)Jeague of 'women voters will
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in Jacksonville on Thursday :
't .. ._ ..... .... .. Friday' and Saturday January 26, 27 ,

and 28, at the Seminole Hotel.
Continuing Selling Days, Closing January J4

THE INDEPENDENT GROCERY The Best None. Too Good :

k "After many inn of stomach suffering There is just ONE BIG THING to be done by the

1I I have at last found a medicine merchants and people of the United States in order to
f for that trouble. But believe
,, CLEAR THE WAY for the greatest prosperity that '.
. ne itwas a timely find. I couldn't our /
have lasted a great while longer. .My nation has ever known. t ,
'T.HE.rSrORE.ACCOMMODAT1NG stomach would bloat with gas like a .
t barrel and the colics got to be awful) Nothing stands in the way of full production by factories ;;

? at the sane time Medicine didn't help me much until everywhere, except the MERCHANDISE NOW ON "
l..ot hold of Mayr's Wonderful Rem.
i;'' THE. STORE ECONOMICAL edy which did the trick. I am telling < HAND in stores throughout America. ,. :

harmless everyone preparation about it." It that is simple removes, Now the time has come, in the opinion of this store; "

the catarrhal mucus from the iotes- at well at all economic authorities to GET THAT MER- ....

MAKE IT YOUR BUSINESS TO. VISIT US tlnal which tract causes and allays practically the inflammation all stom-- CHANDISE INTO THE HANDS OF THE PEOPLE so '

.ch' trouble, liver and intestinal ail- that the' store may place new orders with the mills and .
.i ? meats 'including appendicitis ,One factories and thus ,
? I put MILLIONS OF WORKERS BACK ..
Oar ait..en are atufiei.., Why: timid. act YOU be added te .... dose will convince or money refunded. ON THEIR .JOBS. and thus 1'
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I ,,'. pleased.- s.rFRESHC patroasT' We weald be delighted Ye greet TM. where. for the workers everywhere. \1 ),

"BIRTH OF A' NATION" I We have done our big part by '1

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t I "The Birth of a Nation." t' and making many prices so low that we are losing money i

F ', j.a forward David Wi Griffith's bringinH': ,=-. on the .prices that we paid ful art of pictorialited : } .
. music will play the Casino , Now it is right the "
:THE (INDEPENDENT ) tip-to people to do the rest If
: GROCERY January 12:-one day only.. This Ul .
;, the great offering that ,recently esji everybody will BUY THE GOODS THEY NEED right

(.*'\'* :& C;DAVIS i R ,'t C Mt lfrb.o;t .J",:;'prA ,1"'t. N )AbUihed the 'remarkable record ofplaying' I' -. now, while prices are 'lower than at any other time and : ? "'
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ta,' ., 4 ,WestStere. ia Old Water ft:,Carsea.Week, .J idisuetiJ ; Ito. theatre in'New York eity.-Noth-l ., :. vf> :THE. MILLS to put people to work-if' this is "done ,* ."", '. 'r,1. or
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>e | .MIMMMOMMMMV. . and..it is ,another-mark ,in this ex'fraordinary " ; -BEB
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the record In American andforeign' . .l..t ,'
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tatea.' The formation 'Of theConederacy f-}fI oI'r_ .". ,. .have cieat.d'forour: .January J Distribution' Drive. k.s- S
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!i - Ev.,.:Widow Knows This Mebbe'You; KrtowTILiIChristmas I BRIEF. ITEMS :SOUTHERN VACATION( ;"
1 {-IOUGHT I "Whom-love hath joined 'together and the following 'New FROM '1;
THE TANK let no marriage put .under.--Ara. Year's always. f.U. upon the- sam. !leavlngoid NewYork=.' 't
d' ITAPpiNG bian JlWtIm. day of the week,-' but it might be A'' home-building' little band of-font] .. ?
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...... :- -. truthfully, said that New .Year's and been perfected, at leaving'all'oar'lov'd':.ones

.. ... ,,BTr,THORNaS .. :. Wherc Wltrins St1adlecl-Ea"U.h ,- the following Christmas'' never do. assertions are made .the homes that weadore.. .; v'.
.. r '.Charles Wiggins 'and. Miss Bema That's all. . t be one hundred off.for vacaMon:.'' -
.'.. English both of Lakeland, have been # of modern design, cannot*stand .th..tse1n--. ,
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Free; UaeW To Nephew .prod ai. -There are those united' in marriage. Thus does the He Can Use 'Em as they can be built. the Sonny", of'
< not in health or,afflicted -with! Some cause of; education receive another If the United States concludes to are now underway. ..'11 eom. ._. "
I' quiet fromaneplaw some thousand ailments which 'prevents manual la. boost. "scrap her ships" I really hope she towMre? till '_SSgH.-',
"" miles awa/asking a loan of one bun- bor. -They have,the sympathy of all at. will conclude to ship.her scraps to The i bflr oilderrick- mocldn I
,dred dollars.. He. wished to "open a the world But I am taking it that Now Watch The Works Henry Ford-fr I'm darned sure he Florida Syndicate the air'ia always warm
dancing school" having'previously you'are a husky we -bui t young Ingersoll Brothers, manufacturers can get more rattle nut of 'em thanany Myers la now ready man to stays till .pN gi .
done the-same thug and h. ''II.d man. under thirty;" well-able" 'go of the celebrated dollar watch have other man. tion of m hlnery.- leave the county's "old 1 kin. *,"' ..
'made money at It." Now he wished into a mill or a factory or' a,eann lC- gone Into bankruptcy. If it takes as 000 feet of green ; rpcka, the river'.. gleam;". ,
\-' to have the thing on a broader scale; plant or on the farmor into a lumberyard long to "wind up" their affaire 'as it Not A Secret Order thirtyfiveions, and ;;could write' a volume
.., "mother has helped all she could,"I or some place where there did to wind up one of their earlier New Smyrna has an 'associationdubbed stands ,112 feet high' this"lovely-theme.
t' bat he just mast have another hun- : would be actoaf results from your m.k..of watches 'there'll not be the "Daughters of Leisure." five foot base. It Is .' send the blessed letters.
dred. Here's my letter in reply: ability. You wouldn't be worth a much left to settle the debts I sure guess they are, too. Kisslm-- tions in drilling will up and down the line '
Dear Nephew Replying to darn in 'a nrintshop-for ODe has to .* mea, has a big bunch of sons of leisure March. word of ,yours well love-. 7 ,
: Ill have to .say. that every yourrequest "grow up" In that craft. And 'Pity Tla Tie True -proof of which may be found at Mrs. Maud 'Wood' you'll look out'for mine .
. darned dollar I can save and scrape .* I wish I' could impress upon you Every time the owner of an automobile almost any hour of the day by pass.Ing of the national league : riding'toWard.. theHudson, -' M1
I; ;J.: together by actual work Is needed to my ,opinion of those young men who pay" for his license tag, and along Broadway and gazing. into er., and Mrs. Julian home-land_ passes horizon by. i
keep my creditors satisfied and one I lounge about the cities waiting, like for the extra five plunk. for each the park. Yaasum. tor of the third region \ on'distant: O
dollars all in roll and Mlcawber, for something to "turn his cab-for-hire will carry tender'lnftnlte.aky; -4. "
hundred one I passenger are'spending three '.Jich tint of'mountain= .
belonging to me.at this time!: wouldmake' up." There ia work over the entire he inwardly curses the bunch ef dam- New ,Names Every Day rifle--aving-for i. .
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+ '. I'd United States'.for..'everyone who- is phules that!...embled'in{Tallahassee And now the Enstis Region has flowingdown1 ,
( me step so ;bll'h..th.t 'go I day evening. Mrs.J. ; .' and lowland.
apl.nd .,
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able but there ia tendency to avoid under the -of found -.- .. .'
right outland! get me one of tho.el ; a e.rlyla.t;year guise ne ,-- -for that-paper Lake Worth* "shows 'white'' like down- -#
two-pleee suits marked "take me jobs unless there is what may be statesmen. Remember that old fable speaks of '"Development In' Lake state league will join sed .the-
1 home for f8.79." termed "snap."'I r.renm. teachinga about the assthat arrayed himselfin Phenomenal. I'm thinking7 it is not Mrs. Salley. in .; great'of metropolis
day
Merely aa:"a,, suggestion allow me dancing. school of thosesnaps. a .lion's ;skin? Remember also for, the knew automobile license tag .which point they,will the train for Washington; -: '
Could not get a job How the law "Fee-nominal" would
you bray because
to ask why yon' don't go to work;- wheeling twins in the park, and the The railroad--;;" all the way.- ?. ? ,
and try and produce something TRunning gos- One day not.by any mans express condi- 'in the Nation's Capitol..
dancing-school for sipping with the-other nurses T That Gave him away? bons'which exist. With all due regard Florida''ealled' time for viewing, rti '
a (except:
gave
would help to tide over the financial thought you could. I thank you. early religious training pen to meet> next > '
is about essentialan woDd.Jfulpl
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stage-dancers) aa .
crisis in which -you find yourself.I I I I'm incline to assert that every; at eleven o'clockIn the"Unknown Soldier's" ,
occupation for a mamas opening grave.
.;, an evening school' to teach children hope that you'l1'get this-needed I A Mighty Wet ")I.rch" I member of the. defunct legislature chamberJacksonville, noted many stretches .
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r. how to smoke cigarets-and a real sum-but I'd'advise that you put on I Says an advertisement of a patent who voted 'for the' present measure' pose off' ; came down the-line1'
man /flta into the business about as your other clothes and go out and .medicine was a dsmphule. Amen.: shall be taken by the r'A wen bat sparsely-covered' .
well aa If' b. was, grading himself get a real man'a-aike4 Job.And by If the people who have or representatives of scrub-oak aDd with Ines'
for a kindergarten teacher "' the time you hate. saved enough ma- taken (deleted-not paid for) I We Miss The Times 'general rate ,111..e.ti. opportunity "
If you wished the sum requestedas zuma to open 'a, high-class, dancing were to form a line of march Just as The Gatette had finishedan conducted by the 1 millions yet Unborn}
a. first, ,payment-oft ten acres of emporium. you will. appreciate that in single file, this grand army advertising"' contract for about," Ddollars' I merce Commission 'will it be rec"lmed'f
j J- ,I good land where you' could put In a such silly things.....not sufficiently would 'reach clear across-1' worth of publicity for' the It ''i.earnestly hoped 'Gabriel f. a
crop'and live in a handmedown shack important, to occupy a man's time and the Americancontinent from very excellent. Tampa ,Times' that pers will respond to. down In Dixieland, ti
until the returns from the crop JUI- talents. Ira"p.pon'has. the thyme New York to'San' Francisco .publication was cut off from all communication -I tend this conference..The .- -fieminole name-. .
tit you: In putting up a better and the/rhythm any good woman and extend over 8,000 miles with The Gazette.It has Florida : : Tohopekaliga .' '"
r'-: home; where.: you could produce and dancer can 'teach, him the rudiments into the Pacific Ocean. been ,more than a month now since I 'Association composed I legends explain the,:;same..' .?
4 market poultry -and the natural bl- in a half.hodr--and- wont charge him What a ailly assertion! Wouldn't have seen a copy of the one-time publication men in the is a sheet of silver .. .:, .&-'..
products; where you could have a a cent for it; if,he can't learn it in three thousand miles of those,fellershe .-and sometimes I'm wonder- Florida, has .. the early .morning..light-' :,. .
hog or.two- even if you did have to i'that time he'd better take up. tiddl.- "forming a line" of swim 111say ing-if the. lack of printpaper. causedit I ters in Jacksonville ', waves. are veryrippling. ., ..
take a wheelbarrow and get' some of !trywinks: and pitching'nickles.I : ' they would. And water doesn't to cease publication. I. sincerely j Room No. 204'Hill ,it la a lovely:.Ichtl.I .. ; .
the garbage from the homes of shall be pleased' to hear from.yon mix well with,the sort of stuff they'vebeen' hope that it is still continuing to|I gins the new year most gorgeous' sunsets. ..1"" '
wasterful neighbors; it would be a different again. .' "ft', -UNCLE. 'takings Uh-hnh publish for It' win Interest some J i bership and a sun drops in'the tea; r.i ?..) '
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r matter. Of.course in each a *- other 'thouundaeven"lf:; 1neverdtee augurated for an -to-old gray.Sp.niabaoai. :
r 4; case you couldn't tuck yourself into Like The Moat Of U.He.dingindailydiepatcheer"Mar. Mighty Small_Diamoads..Too_ ---it. -I .thank.,-. "oq.-- _" ciationJLa..now,.,. a"ways- from every" tray :... Z-'
a tuxedo or_wenr. pallet-leather -- .. ; -. an Orlando homethe'othFaer .r- rally every-part of, are -.urely..wollClert"-":+ "
b,. jumps bnt.ypa, could be a would be a damsite better acquired the habit l.%,when.' he' waa' a with ".-diamond cluster of nineteen Over in Bartow where Gallemorela dealers have not yet ; camphor pawpaw. .8. ;
I am of the opinion:"this .ia fast becoming tiny.. babe.- o Ya.a. sum. ... ,' stones, diamond'stickpin a .'wristwatch running a mighty good paper and The association warn .eucalyptus-always, fine.} .
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an age when the young ma .' ''OldJ bracelet, anA'a horseshoe getting It. oat twice -earn-week there al years ago' ,..with the "button-ball mops ,,"- r ver
''e.rei.Cocet".JODa'aDcl'' / wear"goodslothes And Soma'SeaOy'Do. pin, with'wo'pearls and three seems to be,+an element'.anxious>to Jacksonville, as its other t
and travel among the eel a'ht. '.-Tb. Saint :Petersburg Times asks: diamond"'.'The .value>of.the 'entire "have*another'newspaper." 'Such'* the second annual ,.. sorts andtkind.-- .
.ball 1 under unjustifiable.'circumstan-: "I. any baby'like'its- dad":; Well, loot-was placed at "one thousand dollars coterie ate always dishonest to\hetD4 Cralle;.'of-Tampa,'. ; name, them toorista alL here=; .', l -t.: "
ML,.'.Let me..recall to your attention IVTOy some of-'e'm are;,hut in such ,",according, to the Reporter-Star. selves!"=- and dishonesty to!t1. man; headquarters were I aremany.'-!Jike.me'car.'greylsod many' I eld- k: t
the fact &bat'oMtof"oar ancles, at eases the"motherpus.. in a strenuous Lets see.. Th .-wera'aboat twenty- whom they'd 'tn.etele"clnto rUking Tampa, At the third; ::* ** ** ; Itl I
the:ag*- of seventeen. ,'' apprenticedhimself few months praying that the. kid may five diamonds in the"bunch. Conceding good ne.wf:by e1 1 Investing! ..in,'.'.dry of the organisation 2 some* *pparance't gold. .. V ,
;tomaehlneshop for'three outgrow it.Carry.R ' ': '. ;-.--r ,the-wtlst-watchand'the bracelet bole;>and they'd>lIe,- rtra y4ikki t* serf:Hotel Jacksonville hat't' ..'the'sunshine'spare .
< yea*' at an average weekly stipend .' -- .* *, w .. 'I'., were.worth..;,hslf..mtury: each-there desert 'the.newman.-if he;uttered Eari,,WUliaraaon,' 'a pleasant 6oathei c--
..f. six"*dollars i At the"end:of three .)... To Far "! .V would remain M-the'worth'of' : thebalance word that thtr: 14..DAL cejuotualt .unanimously.". MIe red 1eet' > ', .
years .he Juiew-aomethmg- could, i.The'Gainesvnie News'each 'week'is |86 foe each dluaoad. As.oneeannot : would .sOlyto start another,paper dent- for the ensuing !: = ,.... ..c.. t J
, draw.'pi 7The ioHly**pampa". ;'he otrerinacIoUar prise to the per. 'buyEdepiondtat''amountsanythin ; : f4' Bartow. Bon{.;vpV6tiU*are:never the, home *f the : >....... Wit. .'o/JIo'./'
''knew,''was the one.'nx,.the backyard ton''reporting thai lel'lrft'aambej>. of to* : much leas tlian-oae. hundred -.tIdecL'' Then are thos *ho; kjefcra sonviller;Its"purpose, i &,. '.
'where he washed in the morning aDd enWi found on a doable page advert and fifty dollar it would appearthat'Orlandoites 'thebible-4'croup of TMnsideraWesiaejthat tier afford{opj or11 al ... ; -to-beat borne "' "
.t. .... o the one. in the barn where.he watered Ueement-but'this docan't justify thepnb8.hera' are either. "baring"she would start a, new.,on.7rif, view,",and"to i take .. : lII"tlDMl"1'i' ,
.. ; the stock to help-pay his board?.bat in extending: ita, errors.. to market-or that,the dill between they bat''.had'. the:;' brains;.. Ia the sirahU;' lookingi;to,the -.r..D-.' ,i" '-. .. lo.'J'
W was a producer, >_,> k. other portions of,th..:paper for'the "diamonds"and"chipdiamonds". ia meantime the, bible tas 'doingbns- trade eOadttiogr,and asr Terk.=::,?'.,> :.,_, .'..fl'@
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",.. One of tile .things how ailing\i this discovery-of..hJchl.tbere. -.ar. no.prtzees recognised tb&t/powIDc/ .. city. ,"Ineaa aad probably.,iriirbV. for some I safeguard/ the, ; r "r..t ... .

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:' !' KISSINMEE( VALLEYtAZ TTE ALWAYS. 'NEED OF PUBLICITY.. NOTES FROM STS 'CLOUDMiss : : j'j,

WITHOUT equivocation the assertion may be m.dc '
that the' tities and counties of Florida which are doing Edna Wainwrlght returned on

BT THE KI PUBLISHED SlMMJCJI: VALLEY EVERY GAZETTE FRIDAY COMPANY the largest amount of work along the.'lineCof! proper pub- Monday,from a brief visit at Zephyr. It; t 4 A

KJI'ISIA\MEE.: FLORIDA licity are the places which-; .are gaining the most in ,(business hills.Mr, and Mrs. William Phipps spent """
rI and new people. It may be .stated, farther that Os- New Year's with .their, son, Joe, and II ,
W. J). HARRIS Pr*.lde t AGNEW, Ikcretsrya aa ceola county has done nothing in this.line! that tbe only his family, at Kiasimmee. # a, 1.1 t
IS.yYANS W. L. THORNDTKK. EditorHATKS publicity being gained is through private parties who The Michigan Society held an all- MsI I l ;
day session-on Wednesday ,in the ,old! i
subscribe for numerous issues of The Gazette and the '
Grand Army hall. I J'IINmui7I- Si
"IJSC..R..ON .
0" Copy', One riot .......,. .. ...w..r.....:fl.Ao free copies of this paper which'are sent out each week Lyman Lockwood, after spendinghis
1 One Copy', I'Ihe ).conchs-y; ..._.................... l.fllI upon request. Last week there wa one visitor Who holidays here, left on Monday fo
4 One Copy? Three .Month-....___..._____..____........_- .110 placed 'the- names of, four friends, living in Illinois his 'school at Stamford,. Connecticut.

<(enter.d at, the Po,.torfle. at KlmltnmVe.. Florida,' upon the subscription' list-each for 'six months-.;.while After .upending- her-holidays at her
M ....oond-cl M matter.) *. home here Miss Nina Lon Lanctis left
there casea'where'single'subscriptions'weretaken
are numerous on Monday for DeLand.. '
'All communication\ except from authorised corrripond- for'the tame.length of time.' The county of Oc*> Mr. and Mrs. .L. Li Lucas -'were
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Rejected*nt.matter must ba will awned be returned by the U writer called for. ola nor the muncipality of.,Kissimmee subscribed for. not) guests on New Year' of the parents

one 'copy. , of Mrs. Lucas, Captain' and Mrs. L. '
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F'onIlt'I/ Ade.rtl.teg R.,.-ti.eTEAM.RICANPRESS I :;;:Manatee county has expended more*than three thousand D.1:?Frostv on Florida 'avengethen T- us,
I returned by car to their home in '
SSOCIATTON"FRIDAY
dollar* in publicity through the Dew.papersand more Clearwater, where Mr. Luclaa .Is associated t .
than thirty thousand piece of literature have' been sent with the Sun.
JANUARY i. It2Z out. In Saint Petersburg nearly thirty thousand dollars Mr. and Mrs. Jean, accompanied by; V
"-- -' -- have been .raised among the citizens, ia addition to-what Mr. Briggs, have arrived front Anna,
Illinois, to spend the winter, and are t
i i. raised the millage for the
on purpose spreading over the Hotel
pleasantly located at Semwole. -
the world the advantages to 'be.'ouDd there. : Commissioners ; .
: : I BIBLE THOUG T fOR THIS WEEK of Dade county hive placed'in'Ler budget $90) Miss Kathleen Goff, Miss Vera

000 for publicity purpose Dade .'count,'.is ,, unafraid. Johnson,\tQgether.with Miss Katherine -
In-Lake-countythere-havebeenmoie than-one thousand Fair.who have been spending the To Select .a Phonograph
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t holidays at'their homer here, left on -
YE WILL REAP WHAT YE SOW:-Be not deG applications made for room -and homes and lands ala I Monday to resume their: school dutiesat .
celved; God is not mocked: for whatsoever man sow- result of the propaganda previously .sent .our from the Tallahassee. Without First Hearing The BruntwickIt ""'

; ( eth, that shall he also reap. For he that soweth to his various cities in that county-and this is in '. ,tion to Sidney Castle a civil trar''veteran
but he that soweth received the several died at his home here after .brief a Mistake .
applications by
flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; ,the town illness on Saturday December 31. > ;s
to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting., Thus it 'goes throughout the state Osceola county Funeral services were held in the
w be in well doing for in due season i is; it is believed the only from which there is
; And let us not weary ; county Grand Army hall on Monday. A demonstration will prove to you that the phonograph .
we shall rap, it we faint nol:-=--Galatians: 79. being sent out no inducement of a nature to attract Mr. and Mrs. Woodin of* Dayton,
r those who seek a winter home or permanent residence. Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Shore have you have been planning to buy i.a, Brunswick. rot
arrived to spend the winter. They are priced at $65 to $775, and ambition to I , ; :
well
WHY CUMBER THE COUNTRY WITH LEAGUES? The matter might as be looked at squarely in the Rev. William Landig, Mr: and Mrs. your -
face.: With a desire to "save money" the levy for pub- G. W. Woodard, and Mra. Potter au- own the best phonograph purchased at a reasonable! price ::'

WHEN women were given the right of franchise licity purpose allowed the county by law wa cut squarely toed to Wekiwa Springs and Mount will be satisfied. ,

there was a simple proposition in subtraction. merely in two. Then, because the attorney for the county! believed Dora on Wednesday. -... .. ,..I
-Mrs.- M. Pr Foster from
of the word "male. When that -was- "that"fire commissioners should alr returned
'. the elimination censor newspapers Tampa Tuesday after a two day absence .i.
taken from the constitution all adults were supposed to sent out, merely because The Gazette had ,been scraping -during which she visited with ,- '.,..If

"' ;'," be equal-and it was presumed that women, would al- a bit of cuticle 'here and there by telling facts, the her friend, Mrs. Jordan, at Braden- ,.l
lign themselves with one or the other of the (two dominant agreed-upon subscriptions lo be sent by The Gazette and town. ..
parties and that things would "pursue the even paid for by the commissioners were "countermanded." TELEPHONE COMPANY NOTICE ;
'I' tenor of their way" It is time that little peccadillos should be sunk when /
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But right off the reel there was formulated by some the good of a large number 'depends upon action. It is The Ki.simm-r'lephone;; Company WILDERS STUDIO .

women who found so little to do at home that they time that the "running of a county" by a one-man power Sunday will Issue January its 15 new and directory'all subscribers by | ,

else their minds in addition should cease. If Osceola desires to come into her ;
n needed something to occupy -- own are notified that if any : '
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to the severa \,clubs over the state what was to at an early moment the people should seize opportunity changes or alterations are desired KISSIMMEE ,
be known at a national league of women voters. This when it is presented-and all should work together in Immediate notice should be given the I. wed
opened opportunity for those who would be leaden in harmony. Other counties in the state did not fear to office. In addition to this if there
into the limelight and plunge little-and results being felt. The are those contemplating the installation -
a
; any "forward"movement to get are publicity of a telephone it would be well,
L get some free transportation and free publicity by demoting (for this city and this county in which all should have in order to have the name and num- U I -

n \ themselves to "the cause." It was as needless y participated and in which all were willing to participatehas ber in this new issue, to give the office .
forming a iBaptist'voter* league, or a Methodist voters been nil. Individuals have been responsible for what prompt notice. Unless these
Woodman's little there has been done. matters are attended to at once the
i league or a Masonic. voters league or a voters book: will not be complete-but the
league.. There is such a thing as being "penny wi.e.and, fault will beyours.Advertisers .
'' The' work of( preparing' women to learn how to pound foolish.} To invest a dollar and get back two is are advised that announcements'

V handle the ballot was a necessity. It would be a good business.; to invest nothing and get back nothing is fobl- made in the directory . ,
idea- for the males to study the.maller as strenuously as ishness.It. are always before the people" day a
.' and night; and it would be well for THE UNIVERSAL CAR ...., I.
who be 1
did the women.. The women were taught by men might added incidentally that the year just those wishing to secure in the r .rs 1.

well knew whereof they spake. Studying the subjects closed has been the best year TheGazette has enjoyed book to look after ,'as they ,did they became.wellversed. i in governmental 'or two decade*-possibly because it is conducting itself I -, CeU.by-phone i-or call in person. f 4 t ;.r
fines,learned the salient points" of difference between the along the lines of legitimate work, and is licks ittling to l Kissimmee Telephone" Company. \\f/ {' ,

r several parties, sad were enabled to vote intelligently.Once no faction or crowd -- merely catering to the general 3-tf By M. Tnomason *Manager. ,0'

that :' : their preparation as. voters public in every line of every column. COMING TO THE CASINO

abCa.h.Jr? !: terminate.;\' To become well-versed .iQ the "A NIGHT IN HONOLULU""A I I f 'd

"points which: would bebrought up from time Jo time all DEBS.FREE :TO RAISE HELL AGAIN s t
tlut'w.i"beedcd'would' bet\ to read the oaoerf-for that Night r---;; Honolulu," which

'sex is as-'Vell'ablk; to dr'w conclusion'as I :are- the_males.: AMONG the silly things which the present administration comes. to the Casino Monday Janu-
ary 16 ill a story of Hawaii, which
'But theTWoniei"-we'reTiot content with.co-operating has thrust upon the people is the pardoning, with immediately suggests a myriad of J

,;i with",the. men :at ,the,?ballotbox,\ apparently-for .;.certain'. no strings, that man Eugene: Debt. That man. like thoughts to the stranger, especiallythe /
of them are alligned in'a woman a league. Just how they "Mother Jones" Emma Goldmanand other'of their ilk, American. One pictures Hawaii .
.iDanc. their if somewhat problematical but it as a land of sunshine, of flowers and .
1', project; ; I -festering sore upon the United State*-one of the of fSedaji .'
seems to be-an'&$lured fact that the men pay for it. If sort''.that allow brain to run riot with ideas- anarchisic muslcOne of Hawaii cannot to our bring land,"the nor sunshine the w ....... ,
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nteftwent: jutqauch"fn" organization would be neee'1NrJ' and bolshevistic.' Is President Harding a man through flowers! in their glorious, radiance,
lo.l hard two;branches- carry out the things i whom the red blood rushes-or i i. it but a" slimy ooze but the music is another matter The '
of the two 'ptd parties i and' the, fact that which stagnates i in his arteries? At. whose behest was Americana have taken the beautiful t 'fi "
but the.: 'leads lo 'the belief 'that effort is being wistful music"of Hawaii to their 'I.'
one an. this unconditional pardon granted-the grand syndicate hearts as they have no other. The
r made\ to" hU4lcampafgn.' iD the future' waged between' of American anarchists, or, the amalgamated pro-Ger- quaint "ukulele" now holds a favored \:- i,
,but tWo Iaction --the': "men'party and the "women man co-operating with the head of the German empire? place in our homes; Students of this
party =all1ssues and: vital -points between the iwo old The republican party at the last presidential election instrument are as numerous as thoseof .
'been wiped but 'If ,why the birth the violin. In "A Night In Hono r
parties having not
,, won a sweeping.victory under false pretenses if this lulu" one may hear the veritable na- :
"
r N of. the ''league' of( women voters? act of allowing Debs to take up his traitorious work pre tive musicians chant their weird mel $660 :?
a.
Courtesy ;demands a recognition: of the new party cisely where he lay it down when he walked in the peni- odies, hear the mournful prayer of F.O 8. DMr iIvaA / -
..-4>ecau.e it i* composed of "the gentler sex;" but since tentiary is to be taken a* a criterion. The next step bye death or the gay (bare-free hula mu Sr.rr.r.ae1'e."r.HS RI.. .,
.the change.of the constitution ha made both sexes equalin administration should be to send special vessels over- sic. It all has a peculiar fascinationFor
and
every! way 'why 'should there be any distinction? By teas to convoy back to America Emma Goldman and !>e missed us Js an' opportunity. not to GenuineCommon .j,

law'one sex i. a. 'gentle.in every way as the other. Why Bill Haywood-two more gallant but slightly shopworn -'"

abould'the :woman project\ be kowtowed to with anymore traitors and then arrange for free transportation, including WARNING TO BICYCLISTS SenseINSURANCE "

pathos or bathos than the initiatory steps to forma pullmans and buffet service, over the entire Bicycle-riders are hereby duly noti

y new, party?" *\ . United States. This action would surely pull to the republican fied that the ordinance 'against ridingon .
>Why, the innovation? And of what ultimate use i."it' it ; party the vote of every thug and assassin and sidewalks, and without lights at Many Ford owners can afford to own and operate .I

lo'be. in the ..management and administration of na- law-breaker and bolshevist and anarchist night, will hereafter be strictly: en- any car- they may choose, but.. they prefer. a . -'.

.7" ,tio.al.and' :"state" .:.affair. . ). The people arose 'a* one man and shrieked aloud forced.L-4tc H. R. MAY, Mayor. Ford "because: it is a Ford." ... .'.

f' . . because a former governor of Florida was about to par- ..
., : ,SPLENDID: NEW lYEAR EDITION Jon from imprisonment a man who had destroyed two For "because it is a Ford" means dependability, ." :;'

f women. When the president of this country proposes.to il THE: FORUMNice -I ease of operation, efficiency-and it means sure, :

THEi"issuance'of: >huge edition of daily paper in unconditionally pardon a man who i ia continually striving quick transportation., ,

I both Tampa"'Jacksonville for Christmas spurred the mightily destroy' this' entire country not a protest f
Times of SaintPetersburg, to a record-breaking ,issue i. heard-not an indignant munner-not a whine--: not a v And "because it is a Ford" means good taste,.

_ lot its New Year's number' with the. result that' the. pub yelp. Truly, this country is in sorry straits I- It i i. no won- Te Be Remembered, pride of ownership and genuine Common Sense. I'
,JicatioDlor "that" embraced Jer that of all the countries that took in 'the a
< day sixty paget was a part overseas Editor of The'Gazette: The Ford Sedan,a closed car of distinction beauty y
magnificent ,number M",and the first twenty-four page war Germany-the cause of the strife-will be the It'' is good to be. remembered by and convenience is the ideal all 'round it- i
Were filled ,with matter strictly apropos to a city which first to recover-and America the last I friends at Christmas. Here ill what year car, J
1 'stands first ,in all the.United States* for its size in the Oh for a Lincoln in the presidential chair I we received: twenty-five Christmas for pleasure or business-for the farm, town or

amount >of v:building :whicb took'place during the year. Or a Rooteveltl cards Mrs. Woodall from five, fourteen states; to presents the writer fo- city. It gives you all that any car can give at a t
i ; much lower for t
cost operation and maintenance.. 'J'
jurt closed .
;v ,- seven; to Miss Thelma Woodall ,#
; ,7herq'wasone'feature'of'Ithe'issue; which; .hoWl'the MUST HAVE BEEN INTERESTING sixteen; to Harry Woodall, ten, I -
Ford Cars of all in
don't how is it makes ; types are great demand so
optimum of oDe.of/the firm 'in that city-the Dann-Ge-- care poor one
'row Company dealer in building material That one feel good to be remembered in place yogi' order at once if you -Wish to avoid
wa ACCORDING inthe'Reporter
a report published -
this way, and our B>O for
prayers up delay in delivery.
an advertisement devoted',wholly to that firm and whatit >tar the address made before .the teacher 'convention all those who were ao kind to us. We
hat handled;>nd what ft doe handle and what ii' believe in Orlando by W. _N* Sheat. state superintendent.was will never forget them.' May the good
j is to :come' to Saint Petersburg in the immediate devoted almost entirely to '"WJ'y Is A Grouch--and HOW Lord bless each one of them with I. P. TIMMONS
health and 'an their lives
'future--.advertisement; in question occupying thirty. It. May Best Be Nurtured and Developed.". The speaker prosperit G. B. WOODALL.

.ixj; >age lA TheJ largest advertisement published for christened his talk "My H.rangue.-aDd then proceeded Authorized Dealer : Kistuamee, Florida ;
.
"" .,. ....1'-fil1ll-=:was-Jh published in-the Tampa-Tribuner consisting to' prove 'that. he'was justified selecting the title Its NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC'ADYon"'haTinrbuaine1l..Itb .

w, ". of;forty.page*; nd the-advertisement ia.the Saint .,.* : nhrteachei "highly-edified.V .- : the -, --- -- ...., -- ...
Petersburg Tunes'was'A-close'.eeo d. It should beun.ckntood receiver of the Waters A Carson

,"however,. that Tampa i i. the second largest city Grocery Company' will find me on .
& ,fa The! state--whils! (it is: fair to'say that Saint' Petersburg WEIGHING_ IS NOW'A FINE ART the first floor of the State Bankrailding I
and
4 ylv :contains but about 'twenty ';thousand: consequently theadvertising THROUGH delicate apparatu all settlements.prepared. to effect., any -
it Ii
e. .fer of the latter city be'said be'the very now possible ,. .
to :
may. g-tf:: J, H. DUNCAN;Manager.EiDsBATHS. -
scientist declare on
the mesabrow.
attempted in'aLi. '' so to weigh sweat a 4
ever
greatest state. .
t .
An effort i i. to, be lade this bit
to carry art a
of the '
.IL.
.: :;: management Time i i. to be congratulated: ;
deeper; and it it the hope of the'profession devise
,ispols ,the. effort. of last!:..5unday-and the people of Pi- to !
r of the of
weighing entire
tome meant esteem the(
; country
are be
... _.j -to Ikewise.congratulated because fine '
"A fisyicauon' t* eonsUatlywith! ;j th...';-n.'Tunes 10' U 'aj overth4'a'n.I.-of issuing' a";pJidoa', ,',without<. limitations' -< to' i'< Best.iFsr r ; Many_ DbeaMGoodJb .
-.D.OU.a.. in Tense of\tIJ.word.\' Eugene .V,. ; ;. ... ....... 1t \ THAT PROTECTS'' '
.p.
"> >*p '" .. :every- : '. ,- '"- r .' I :tb4 with water direct from ""
,r v: ,_ f'J : : : = medicinal:, -well..Open ';Tuesdays,
Taiepi"Tpihene.ipow'anopenaboppublipation ( '
7I. ; :
: ?. wip g.t.PecPN tq ; ..= ;Thursdays, Saturdays from- 930.a.; S ER: v re E' ..'
; ; f =and that thriving city will thrive still the *
;r ,tied,"titpiag and g = more asth The to<< 5:00 p. U' :;A, sbort.driv.fromIClaimm.p I
'}dea becomes the'more leneraL The time is rapidly , : ; i, -. f'. . 1'. e.' 1AT'-SATISrIES '
:M" .;'da;th..marbt.- _I ,, .j!'" : T I : t'LUPFERS'iNSURANCI
p asinsj when ifl'order! >> to, earn:; h'vmg'it shall be iseces- I'. : ' \, ",' t\
: ; :: wry' for ..I frsdwidp.ta beinn to'sny' special organization JOrders for'the;.water'way be'leftst' j" oj" I"
1" .: :' m.. ;tM:Mutt lhirtr diterent t"; rinds"of ,f.od ; asaopia a'p; sptt!t. or: .'AU tb. qualifications residence.;,.6.14_Patrick;a&eet.. .J' I'r : _ =AGENCY J

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'. \ Prices For Most Clearance .
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SPECIAL; : We have many, short Hues which we are m re.t than.willing .to. dispose of atrvery : W omen a ,

\ l o "'sharp: lossesin; order to clear, the decks fpr flew stuff soon to arrive.' We will offer_ I
Pretty Gingham
.Large .izeHeavy Turkish Bath Towmerchandise from. .the'following deportments prices:ranging. from ,
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els--worth .45c Sale Price ', : 'I '

.tJ. ,-' 25c Each) n 10% to '15o 'ReductionMEN'S ;>> Dr'' :

" 75 just received, t'hu wc k. i,"J}, included

., SUITS DRESS GOODS MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES b our January Sale. The best,

" 1 00 BLANKETS PRETTY GINGHAM DRESSES 4 MEN'S AND BOYS' UNDERWEAR looking dresses.you have looked. at in
.. J .. MEN'S DRESS"SHIRTS. time '
WOMEN'S AND GIRLS SHOES 'SWEATERS 'a long :

.-RUGS ON' HOSIERY "WOOL"SHlitJS! : .MEN'S._AND-BOYSHATSLYLES 'PRICFD.SALE .

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45'r." -- .
$3: :

50 at '_v_-.._39c V. STORY & COMPANYSHOES to "*" ,

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25 at _$1.29 ,
DRY GOODS CLOTHING FURNISHINGS AND NOTIONS $6.i98 ..
25 at _/ -We : ,
BROADWAY 'KlSSUMMEe FLORIC'A BROADWAY :
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oaoaaoaaa a.aaooao. a if suffering from any sort Gf'atct Bad- debts collected or no pay. Re. GILBERT STORED ROBBED -v brace and bit at one of the local hardware'atore -.

Hours: 9 ajn. to4 p.m; 7 to 9 p.m. diseases try Neld's Baths. 40-tfc suits guaranteed. J. M. Willson. .. disc LAST NIGHT SEVERAL *- and this- morning the
WEATHER REPORT 0a Congressman W": J. Sears left for trict manager.. 15-tfc same articles were found at the door'of
HUNDRED DOLLARS LOSS
KISSIMMEE oa Washington yesterday where he Born: On Thursday, December'29, the establishment'-- bit of real
Official Bulletin of daily temperature went to register his vote against the to Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Prevatt, a. two thieves humor after the robbery was made
J and precipitations fur- Presumably possibly by the use of the implements. Sheriff
, BUSINESS COLLEGE' niihed by the Kissiinmee Cooperative antl-lynching bill. daughter.Mrs. three entered the store of F. S. Gilbert Farmer ia hot on the.trail of,thieves;
0 U. S. Weather Bureau 0 Miss Gladys Reynolds returned Leonora Cowger of Saint 106 Broadway, last night and and a....w.rd of fifty dollars la offered -
Merchants and Farmers Bank > Station for the week "nding Sunday evening from Starke-where Cloud, was visiting some of her many this morning there are two $36 grips, for the. apprehension of the. ras. .
Building Kissimmee, Florida Thursday, December 29, 1921: she spent the holidays" with her sis friends in Kissimmee yesterday. doxens of silk socks and silk ties, ,
... ter Mrs. Schellie Rosier. Dr. Winn's office is in the postof- three 'doen silk shirts and a dozen cats.Th. .
0 Max. M1n. Rain 0 Honorable Stephen C. Acre was lice building. Hours 1:30 to 8:80. other shirts ''three men's suits, and .> classified columns of. TheGasette -
0 Friday_________ 79 69 confined to him home on Monday last Phone''' 97. Residence phone 122. other miscellaneous, goods missing give'splendid' .service for, malT"
JAMB D. Ma-KSLABHAN. Principal < Saturday_________ 83 60 < He failed to address the board of. Saint Cloud. :,4-tf from' the stock. matter: No doubt 'J'OU have something ..<
Commercial DepartmentMRS. Sunday___uu 82 63 county commissioners on that day. The board of stewards of the Meth- Yesterday white man bought a to sell that someone else wants..

Monday_________. 82 60 Attorney George W. Fox, for many odist church will hold a business session '. '.
C. E. HILTON Tuesday..?'_u___ 67 60Wednesday. < years a resident of Kissimmee but next. Monday evening at seven K
.. Stenography and Typewritingjgpccial < .-.____ 74 53 now residing in Orlando was transacting thirty. CASINQ'THEA.TItB'O Nfcit bil r '
<'Thursday______u 76 49 a business' In this city on Mon Mrs. Belle Avery and Mrs. Florence ii'J'A.NUA'f '7'1'Kissimmee
. Reading are made at 6:00 p. 0 Cunningham, popular residents Florida, ;
. : m. for the preceding twenty-four 0 day.Miss Gertrude Lawson of Clarion, of Taft, spent Saturday in shopping. ..' ,. - .:
Instruction in Secretarial < hours. Pennsylvania, arrived in Kissimmeeon and visiting in Kissimmee.
< ALLISON T. FRENCH. Saturday, to spend the winter Tanlac strengthens the nerves and .
Work.: .Co-operative Observer. 4ITEMSOPAWMI with judge and Mrs. G. F. Kribbs, of brings back the normal state of
0 Vine street. < health through its effect on the appetite '

j 0400000000000000000 Mrs.. J. C. Arenburfr spent Satur. and nutrition of the body. -J. ..AOBU.RNf-
f day and Sunday ;visiting vfriends In Central Drug Store.

-- ,. Kissimmee and was accompanied to Benson H4 &nell; who was a real:: _
... -.. her home in Green Cove Springs by dent'' of Kissimmee 'a full score t I
rte her busbanoV : '
years -ago! and will be
'
r The Package Grocery located In by some of the "old-timers" died last K
'''If -from rheumatism'' try the west Saturday at the home of his
suffering store of the big block, opposite sister in $
I' WHICHThe .1- Neld''B.th.. 40-tfc the Osceola Hardware. Company Silver'Palm near'Miami. The deceased "
: There will be communion servicesat has changed its title to the. "In. was forty-five years of gee
the Presbyterian church ,on Sun- !dependent Grocery." By vote oT the commissioners at
Mrs. Leland Eldridge of 'Clear. their meeting on Monday Pat John
:a.
l ,,I' day.Ceor : W. Persons of the Dollar water, with her little son and daughter aon.was re-elected'.attorney for the
, Limit Store, was a business visitor and Mr. 'and Mrs.. C. E. ';Lewis, board: for the current year; Gerald HINSTREIS '
to, 'Tampa -on Tuesday ""'- .. of Ozone, were holiday guests of Mr. Ash ton was re-elected road'superin :
,. 'Mrs:',W J.- L-Armstrong is upending and )In. 'J.. M., Cochrane' . of 203 Cypress tendent, and Joseph Bass was reappointed
\ Trap, Burglar, :Cat,v:sad ten days.ln.Ta *'With herihusband; street, janitor at the' courthouse
: where be/' is m.klnchia.beadqW'r-, .At. the meeting' of the city'council Mr. and Mrs. A. C.' Squires spent 'i1 16
:f .(hen, go to join back doer.VK .. ters. "r ] i {< ', Tuesday evening J." M. Willson was the New Year holiday at Orlando,
. -' '- -<* '.-*.1 .Give-' naturea.rhance"'Take: : ;;- ; 'Tan-> appointed to fill the vacancy-on .the where,they were' guests of the parents
: That Is.Jijgh-T: ( lee' nature's. own .medicine. Central board of bond trustees'.of the bulk. of Mrs.' Squires-Mr. and Mrs. t
Drug Store. head the time warrants, the streets W. O. Cox. During the holidays also -
and drainage.Mrs. Mr.-and Mrs. W. O. Cox received-
The, :cash buyer proudly eaters her Mrs" Elisabeth Sanborn who cares another guest in the form of a nine-
Laura Hendry, who has been
for the House six fn
Chapter days
JTfis
front doer with her pound daughter.In
carefully selected each weeks spent the double New' visiting relatives and friends In Kis-
,1m mea, Orlando and Monteverde the court of Hillsboro county
Year's with in Saint '
aad and paid-for- merchandiseThat Cloud. holiday friends I. has vine,returned Georgia.to She her was home accompaniedupon in Hines- yesterday.of.--this Mrs. city Gladys, was M...granted Alford,recently an THE :MINSTRELEVENTCHARLJEY: UPiIE I' ( h3ASON." . .K 1

Mrj; and'Mrs. H. E. Patton of Atlanta her return by Mr.,..and Mrs.Billie ,.I absolute divorce from Lester E. 'Al HEADED BY' '" .
are among the new arrivals in Martin.If ford, of-.Kissimmee. and was given g'A'N"0'ALL : :
Is Free Trade I
. Kissimmee, and .expect to' remain the people who have taken Tan- the right to resume her former name ,

.r here quarters through can be-the secured.winter if suitable lac were to form a line of march in of for!'Gladys divorce M.was Foster.not,contested.The petition NEW. BETTER :THAN EVER. .ALL:WHITE., \,
single file this would '
-I Bepa i The Year Rifht- Rev.Sunday J. P.evening Hilbum the of presiding Orlando elder will would continent reach clear from grand across New army the York American to The ,Classified Columns-of" The PRICES:',75e, $1, .$1.50; PI .Ta; 'SeatsVoir Oi Sad it Trra1:*m ShN '

..,, .. 2' ..packages, -Macaroni _____.--15c Quarterly occupyhe conference Methodist will pulpit immediately, and.the 'San Francisco and extend over' Central 3,000miles'Intothe'Pacific Gatette !give splendid service. .. / r-' ...... S ':

follow the conclusion of the services. ocean.'
Granulated Sugar .___ 6c Drug Store. -
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-+ -
:: Pods Miss McNeill Margaret! who McNeil' have been'lIpendInlf and Miss G. C. .Tvner": ,who >.has' long been .. - . '. .. ... .. ..
;:
r ;
packages Spaghetti15e with -Mach Brothers, has 'given -up
I their vacation with their
parentsIn his and has taken the Divle
post

Fancy Prunes ."____: ________-ISt Ocala Kissimmee-there ,to left resume on their Sunday daties for Garage on Emmett .over street, wherehe THEATRE
I* making a specialty along several :
CASINO
as teachers in the schools MON JAN. 1 16

Mothers* Oats ______.______lOeEvaporated Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Daisy and Mr. B. Grady lines. who In the is an.expert same building in automobile W. ONENIGHT: : I .
and Mrs. of Wichita .
George W. Daisy, work, has secured quartersand "
Peaches _______20c: Kansas, arrived in. Kissimmee on between the two the place pre- 'if! .. :
r Tuesday for the winter, and are occupying '
" Tall Milk, kind________lOc sents an aspect of business., :
any
apartments in the 'W B. ;
Harris home in the Cape Breeze sec George Hunt -Vandalia., Miehl.gait ; THE HAWAIIAN I' MUSICAL, WONDER. SHOW
". Nut Oleo ____.__________,.27e tion. has In Kissimmee for an .., .. ':
Indefinite .stay and is stopping at the *. ;: "
.
'.' Mrs. M."M. ..A"who. less than home, of Mrs.. Mtamte Souders. 112
Baby Milk kind...._____ Sc F
any a sold her holdings In Kissimmee
year ago Beaumont avenue north. This. is the I
and removed to 'San Diego, first visit of Mr. haunt to this. section A FASCINATING PLAYo/ THE ISLAND PARADISEANIGHT
8Jb pail'Snowdrift--------$1.15. .. California, writes to friends here that of Florida and he was' induced to
she is not satisfied in her new home come here through the efforts of
.. Hecker's Pancake __________.IS* -and sorely regrets- that she' left longtime friend, S. A.- Bogue- 219 a U 1Mr
;.t- Qsceola.county.E Mabbetfe street. He is greatly pleased
No. 2 Slice Pineapple___,..,_-27 .with bis visit..
..,. ., >> C.' Davis, judge of the circuit ; .' v r\.:
court accompanied by Raymond L.
No. 2' Grated Pine.pple.27c A bill was presented to the board ..'.
,
:
.. Baker, one of the prominent attorneys of commissioners Monday ..
county on
of the east coast, both residents of'< -
Good Bulk Coffee _____----17e3Jbt of. West Palm Beach were registered 'by t Stroup & Frankford, for plowing '"
.
Ave'aeren the land of the county ,
at the Graystone 'Tuesday evening.Theyr home |25, and for discing the .
same
l:
.Midugan-Jjuyy.Jeanj--2Sc : were enroote to_Tampa to (10. .-As. of-the-coramissioners .ONE1YEAIU
wh icR poinrJudge'I> >eencalled ,
a -JiacrJ MUSIC-NATIVE DANCES "
SONCSS
were of the work been THBj1TRE
having
Tuna Fun _ -2Sc business.Mrs. aware GARDEN
Premier __ __- upon legal dome, and as the home has a team of I

H. S., Hawthorn of New Briton males on the place to.. do the work NEW .y KE- ... t
Small) Log .Cabin Syrup__.__. .
,
,. Pennsylvania, is spending her the bill 'of $35 was laid ont untilIOme. '
: Skim first s"lOn'ln Kissimmee, and -is explanation for .the 'charge. ".PAST OF NEW YORK""ARTISTS :AND'' A TROUPE': ;'O'P''' ,HAWAIIANj ,JA: .
j'j cud Tall Milk..__.25c highly delighted with all she finds. could be .ecarecL" :

Mrs. Hawthorn; who is making',ber .Some, n'. Monday : ; MUSICIANS4CATCHr
hom.'*at; the residence Mr. 'and : picked from : ; *. SINGERS, ;DANCERS .AND J I :
1t: : Mrs. John McPhatter ZO&:.Emmett the aide, of the highway.on Clyde .
S tasII"' .'-brown leatherftltca '
1Ye lI for avenue -- .
street has become''Drm booster'.forthisvjocality. which .from the. : :. ; : "
dropped running- o'Z1&'CJarpeD. r"
- ;1VriIS&: '' "
" : .
, / .:, -- fty/ ;: )ft board. of .a care The, suitcase,, was .. 0 r1-o.. 1 VfI'Nr

"We'';Sell'fo' t.less. "'o: : The Senior Christian''Endeavor .of missed as'the car turned on" to Em- ' THiB: ,:.NATIVE. DANCES. OP, ;PL:D.COMPLETESCENIC H,O Nbi: V.LtJ,'' '
.
III..,, the Presbyterian church, .under 'management melt and an immediate search'waa t
of the" social r lDltt.. of made.1 Onlv-:a' Ford! and a..truck.had ,.
the association,-+ held '[ dargely'at- :",aed In the few.-moments-althotirn EQUIPMENT AND. ELECTRICAL EFFECTS! i.
uadect' "'feni.< roast' .at Hammock her*.were pedestrians on the 'walk.Areward . .
! Grove. J last Fridaywhich- was resnltive 1a.G< '
rH.JAn '

( R8YgnM was'musle insrsrypleaaant: and there..we Affair.s games.There,and, ;matter,and any will. tafermation'be apptosdated.regardlng'th.From'the' f ric* :;$t Ii'$1_ : $,Pr ,r Tact'' <-; ,Seats J.9 :M: ;. Tress':N'Ir.O' : ;

. ,' .. above all'there was a. largo collection time the ease was dropped until-the.: !I' '" .. ,. '
...::..:: ;.= -- iJr (
: i. i ? t .I
;" s-.sTO: : : of welnies ready!leI be-i" search ,..was.tnade.was 'no 'over two. .. . '.
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"1' .- b.utoasted..-. 1. 'yoC wait,5Tb: ; : minutes -bat:in that time the object

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POSTOFFICE SERVICE .. "'ItJVV'The

.. 'WAS ESPECIALLY FINE" .
I l THE WATCHEROne I
DURING .THE HOLIDAYS
COMING !
u Employees of the Kisslmmee Post,
.Iotr c. 'did: not hesitate to "work. over of the choicest mediates that .
} time" during the season that ho came to the Watcher during the recent -
just clo.ed.-nd it ia'asserted by the holiday season was from an old
many'patrons of tha office thai neverbefore friend and read as follows: .
has been given so much attention "Lead, kindly light. all friend. of Mighty Haag; Shows
,h. to every detaiJlJ of which tended mine ,
to a service which was beyond In paths of peace and cheer, '
criticism. The "front office," the city At Cnristmast'me and all the time KISSIMMEE. FLORIDAOIVE : '

+ servicemen; and the usual route,carriers Throughout the coming year \
all seemed to vie with each : l
sandwich :; noble Institution
The
other in giving the best there woa in and mighty near omnipresent. It I III DAY ONLYWednesday'Jaa.nuaryll ;1
them; and if kindly ekpresions from present at picnics, auto tours, hunt
? the patrons.ot the office were not Ing add flahing'expeditions and bard.becues. :
a made it was not because
plenteously One cannot call at a friend
such praise. was not merited.It house without danger of being .hit in .
is .also item worthy 'of,note
an : \
: the stomach with one of these little
fp that packages of all'descriptions arrived gastronomic creatures. Even thchurch AT,2t00 O'CLOC'K NIGHT AT JB00 O'CLOCK' :
in Kissimmee, even from the the AFTERNOON it
is net Immune, for behold
distant in fine condition. .
most points kind
has different
Ladies' Aid seven {
clerks Whether are this becoming was .because the more the accustomed mail- of food l and claims its victims of every .Mender Den,of Living WiI4 Animals, Acrobat, Wire Walker, Gym _,
I race and color, and there hi no Balancers A Host,of Fanny Clown The
to handling this vast congus- closed for thei ndwlch. The sash, Jugglers Equilibrists, .
a tion of large and smal acfcages, or be- Watcher season has been browsing through 8''Morales.Mexican Family, Sensational Gymnast, High School: CakeWalking ,f

: : cause more care was given, by a some heavy tomes to learn why is a and Dancing Horse. Educated Ponies, Mule, Monkey and, ; I
greater number with of .ideai It cannot is ; be sandwich? What is its origin The Dog THE GREAT DeMARLOW-World'. Greatest Grotesque Artitt .
asserted enough/
to say that such condition were result of this study indicates that its -Late feature of the Barnnm Rinfiinf Snow. MISS MARION ;
doubtful. of
brought about .* beginning ingredients.is as It is entirely some fitting DREW-and her herd of Performing Elephant The Johntont AeriaErt -

The. working force connected with that the name of; .the Inventor should, and Foot Jugglers; new and novel feature' bigger and better i$'
the Kissimmee postofflce is made up go' thundering down the ages alongside than ever. FREE STREET PARADE AT 1 P. M. DON'T MISS IT. .

a as Miss below K.: E. Derbyshire postmaster., of the name of the man who' POPULAR PRICES. Free Exhibition on the show grounds at 1 and .
first thought of sticking a potato on
C. Collins assistant 7. DONT FORGET THE DATE. COME.
C. postmaster. the spout of an oil can to prevent .
George W. Best, dispatching clerk. wasting. There are four stones that
Miss Elsie Norton and Miss Sada differ widely and are now submitted SEATS WHITE AND \.
SEPARATE FOR COLORED
and ,
Bailey, money-order .
registry to the consideration of the readers of .
:
general delivery departments.Sam The Gazette. The first relates that
Lupfer city carrier' No. 1. of .ttt..o..OOt Ot..o.o. oo.oooocoo.OOOOO..O. .
lam, the son Noah travelled .
Gardner city carrier No. 2. .
George
his
widely and on one of journeys -- - :
route .' -
George W. Lorenze, R. F. D.
"' visited the Sandwish Islands. Upon
V
c No. 1.Roy. his return home he .brought many oooooooo oooot.oo.OOOOtooo.ooooo.ooooooo..ooo.
Prentis, R. F. D. route No. 2. samples of this new fangled food
Fred Lorenze and Frank Woodall which Mrs. Ham insisted on handingout
outside substitutes. her callers. But, all sand LOGAN.VILLA. :
to as 1.:
I*( \! Emory Akerman office extra. wiches are not ham sandwiches this . .

; ; story of their origin is at least doubt-
t ( Rnb-My-TUm for Rheumatism. ful. Another was suggested that the 123 WEST MITCHELL STREET :

YY '" SEEKS CLIMATE CHANGE name was brought by voyagers who it:
visited the above mentioned islands
LONGS FOR KISSIMMEE had and !saw! the natives squattingupon :The place you gel something\ good to eat. Board and Room by T ; "

their hams munching great .day_or week.. Rooms Jot. lighthousekupin8.Pricu..realOAab1e.
f Writes a resident Frensno, California hunks'of' bread interleaved"with" .
\\l to the Kissimmee Chamber slices of meat; but as they did not I
f Commerce: "Please send me a bring back any photographs of the SPECIAL CHRISTMAS DINNER. 65c
copy of your leading paper. I want natives so' engaged and their credit .
o know about conditions-for, having wasn't good at the grocery .tore, MRS. C. E. JOHNSON. ProprietorRose's '
been once in Kissimmee 1 feel their story was rejected. One historian -
that if there is an opportunity to get who writes as though he knows iM
: hold of some lots and put up a number what he is talking about tells us
of cottages I'd like to try it I hat Lord Sandwich who was an inveterate ,
also would like to get a small acreage gambler was once cruisingin ...oo..o.ooooooooooo.oooo..o.oo.oo..oooo oo.oooo... y
and go into business. What are the the Pacific ocean and became so
building conditions? And how does interested in a game of cards that he
the coat of building material compare could not stop for his meals but ordered -
with prices elsewhere? Let me near his servant to prepare meat Taxi Service
from you at once." bread side
and put a slice of on each
The Freanoen was immediately of it, which he ate without stopping .
supplied with the information desired his game. Of course the newly invented '
v -and there i.i a strong possibility food was given his*name. The :
Anywhere-Anytime
that he will be here before the sea fourth and last story is to the effect .
; closes hat a sailor visiting the Sandwich :
'
glands saw a cow standing between Day NightWith
or
4t; ONE ACE-FOUR JOKERS two breadfruit trees and exclaimed,

: FORM A HUNTING PARTY "Believe me, that's sure some sandwich :
.;: !I" or Without Driver Phone 264 Park Hotel !:
Returning Friday evening from n ,
L The Watcher gives the above stoles -
hunting expedition lasting several for what they are worth but :
days William Arnold and Harry Ar- does not guarantee any of,them, 'although -
nold of Eustis. Prater Gilbert, Bradley he thinks tha the third ones
Harris and Roscoe Roberson the most likely to be true. Please '

1 boa.Uneot had been the told best baT this for one season.gun pass the pickles. Everybody Who I* Anybody Advertise TMr "Want*" In "the Valley Gatetta. A ;

:71'I of the hunters shot nothing; Take a dose of Herbine when you ..l" .
.fourth secured' one duck; and the are bilious or constipated or your
,William Arnofd, did some crawl stomach,is out of order. It is a marvel J
Beat FertiBzen
bwctidoes '
and some snooping landed right of promptness correcting these Sprayer ..Jby SappBt
a fine flock, 'and, with a pump I conditions. Price 60c. Sold by J. Z. Honest Goods Fair-Prices Prompt Sbipusj4 ; .?
secured eighteen of the' feather-- Roberson. .e Ask Tow NtI.-B. Knows *

N'\:' d-r'- .. The remainder of the thou MIGHTY HAAG'CIRCUS E.,0. PAINTER FERTILIZER.-CO., ,.JackaesTiUe, FlorleV---.1 .f'.
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.is'or probable;more
\ "; : ; ; ; .been excelled in Florida this sea CAVE SHOW bf "SIMON PURE" sad "GEM BRANDS" '
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The "Mighty Haag Shows, under
666 Malarial F....
\: < rare the-personal management of Frank ,
McGuyre exhibited here yesterday
'
e HILLIARDS HAVE REMOVED afternoon and evening.

TO NEW HOMESTEAD HOMEMilliard's Ordinarily the much-advertised circus 27 COMING
!" coming along down the east People 27 People :.
Island and the countygenerally coast has 'little of interest about it
will miss the Milliard family other than the wonderful advertising,
who left on Tuesday for Home- but this whole outfit proved surprisingly -
II i ( on the east coast-having disposed different. CASINO THEATRE
of the farm which has so long In the first place its people its y
their home. One member of tlaefamlJy stockits canvas., and its animals were
left with a van of goods Tues very different in appearance. There
fternoon, and the remainder of was nothing tough or rowdyisb aboutit. 8 O'CLOCK
family left on Wednesday by car. .
I
t now taking; up residence in Going allover the lot asking: questions Friday Night 13
are Mrs. J. K. Milliard one met with nothing but rout January 1
_J H.: Milliard. Mr. and Mrs. J. tesy. Men and women were all pleas
Roberts, Mrs. Myrtle Lightsey and ant genteel and creditable to their ONE PERFORMANCE ONLYColaSanto
Y daughter, Mildred. and Mrs. E. profession. The cireus' lady- was at
V F. Masters, mother of M.rs. J. K. Mil her best. Their tent city, much more
Their departure remove one extensive than expected was a very
; the oldest families in Osceola orderly example of good manage
_
ment.
: .The performance carried out the
'
; : MINSTRELS general impression one received on
: TO SHOW AT CASINO visiting the lot. It was all good And His ,
The Morales family of eight Mexicans A Soprem Musical The constantAttraction
SATURDAY EVENINGAll
i is really ; and the great ConcertBAND {
DeMarlon was woodenul-by far the association of
a : "i know the--bw; and its long greatest contortionist ever seen here .
of "one of the tM=,lt" if not the and probably baa no superior any players! baa T ,
: : of old time and modern, where. Miss Marion Drew and her Embracing
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fun, comedy music and fine gave a remarkably given them a
<<. Joe Coburn doe not bill fine exhibition of technical. skill famousArtists delightful ...i K
.! ; as a Minstrel Monarch, nor in handling her trained animal giants perfection -
aggregation All-Star super of the animal world and they were OF NEW YORK of,,en '
and world beaters. :Cut be gives giants, too even for elephant. enable.
) performance which is clean enjoyable The "Three Georges" were finely With
; and entirely different.every
T developed and skillfully trained acrobats
** Each one gets his money's dong! their turn in a highly satisfactory THE FAMOUS PRIMA DONNA
a
Sri One finds real singers, real way.
: genuine fun and hardworking All in all, the show was an excel-
y comedians who send all out with lent one in ,every department and in MAGDA DAHL
"The best Minstrels I ever saw" as every act. A clean, fair and square
i>s*.* the. quality of efforts. He take American: circus.: .....Fort Pierce News- tf
the stars' "stars" away. and gives Tribune.To AND
: to a policeman. He tells every v
'r : with him "Show me, and keep drive out worm' that are eating "'

,' V_..- it ry..maq up," he
and work to do. No chair It expells: the worm. without! PRESENTING
;1'fl. : ..., nor "sixty countum" sleep Injury to the child Price 85c. Sold
-T. .'. through the opening or closing numbers by. J. Z. Roberson. ee Grand Opera Gems. Symphonic: and Popular'

'::., \ : on his' programs. 'Every f man
r; ;: OF INTEREST TO OWNERS Concert: Instrumental
vt" Solos of Old .:
11" : and all notice it, enjoy it, and ,
....,".,' : more of It.... It keeps minlstrelsy. OF. INDIALANTIC- ',SITES.. and New Favorites i

.,' ::1'ot ; of,the of American favorite amusement theatres today.enterprises In ia hearing before ,Judge' James .

.'L+ ;('!/.rj.t i ; ,have" seen and know it in the put W.to'We'bill: Perkins, at of DeLand.complaint the demurrer mini 'b,. Direct .from. tree weeks at HuI .'. f.bl, Tereate, OnUri.;' Hanul..', V ? Cr I Id
Get
.f Tress
seats early at
':',/ ; i: : : : news-stand. your k. T .e / ts Havens,A Hart,-after'l argument by. ten, Canada' ; and 1tyQ. at SantoftSprisV,'Niw York;:wWretlM :'
Mr:V Kotrwen-Hoven's attOTeyra..uetaindbytbi.
: lar .rt ....
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: ''Hetbfife'torrect.T billouine l todlgestkm ,' court.'. Unless the ,; ever aMoVM' *!.heard....Cela Sant.',jCMcertt..
$V- '- and'conttipation.-irjs a-fine claimants-file an amended,bill within ,Absotnlelj.tke meat *nprcmt nn1 nnsnrBajttUc atiaicaI ... ,C- .a.ft
.
','. herbelii medicine that drive oat 1!imparities ten day, oran. appeal is'taken to the.apreJDeleoQrt.the .I .. its kind in lbs tvet. .. ;' .i' A
;:.. and restores: healtheoecU- + ease mt far a*Mr, 1 _. -- ; /f .
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"vr. , in tl+system. Price, 4SOc.. .Sold. Konwen-Roresk: is,concerned is 'practically 27 W.t Gaat.FW7i1eg1 .
}. : by"T." 'Z.,Robecson..' |, ,- ?* .'out 'of. -court. -. Melbourne- ', PflOPle_, AnMuccmenti ; : 21j p.Ie''
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71 : : : : ,The. Classified' Cotnmns%of; The ,' : .... .1
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SEE Us'; ij rLEG L. ADVERTISEMENTSlm ,11,11I I .. ..oth... column and get hpty'y.' ,! .,':..
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BKCOft HAM OOODSX bovcM.' ..*. I < tten '.regarding the flew Iss..-... 'ft.'i 't" I N Nis

,' I BEFORE:BUYRfG NEW k, y 1 .'..'. ., ',, e..4 repaired, The CaeMna. . e-U l_ T *ATS6IPS the design ef the telephone com., y ;w
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BATTERIES a..... Ce.r4,. Stat- './ rtorMa, 110TIC1 s>rTggrtiKa'_. vrct! > CoUNTTFR 1 weE -- L IPR'" peal te hare this issue. complete la
......_.. ."eIoal a.......OeeeeUsCeeisty. WINANCIAb, R'RPiRT 0r ...n war. ,
-' !. Cfceaeery..John ..IGIN.TRUVTION' ROAJI.DKseii ., 1 IEEP ARATieiWATSOIRALL .I'
'Notice I.. 'ebiye." ,that there

., WE ,OFFER :.YOUx F. ;_'House.:-CooteUilnant... will be. the* j.; annual-.m: '-...qf.tll..tookb..r. .me.r,..r..,_.. ; Dseember'1.. .1181. TKHIS J., W..,,THOMfSOttFMeral
: ford '.l.e, Batteries: for.fJJJO .. ... ,, o..r_ TIlE'
: B. L. Le.t.,. stt*L Dei.nd.nt.. er* Bank of Klsalmove. *. Florida altheof Tile Board *C Public Instruction'of
', Standard site Batteries. 20.00 It appearing. by affidavit Died In theabovestated He* of aged baalc In Klaslmmee, Oaceola county, 11'1141&met In regular MANOFACTUIOICCOKTAHT Director
that Stella ", l I __Ion. there being present W. c.
cause ,, baler I Florida, *a Tuesday, January t4r 111
,DodCI-Batteries for ... S5.00 and W. O. Bphaler, her husband, the at 1.0 p.* fe ttt* purpose electing; Irasschalrma*;. W, R. Lanier andH.' : .
: : Maxwell Batteries for ..'J5.00 defendant therein named are directors <*r-tb. ensulna year, and the H. Hull; also C. E. TowelU county. superintendent .
I I residents of the State. of Florida"on-I transaction aweh other business a. : and. A. ft. Cadet attorneyfor k. $-- r, FLORIDA
are resident of Stateaboro, f .Vd Meet'holders the board. EMBALMER
may properly Cesse e *r* a .
Th minute ot ttt. meetlnrs of November LICENSED
These batteries are guaranteed and that each of them la ov.r
7. till, warer.ad sad appeoe- The iblfowtng-fe- : eta letter
eon
of I .
age twenty-one years;; It I. therefore ,. M. w .L8ON. .
to be as 'good as any Battery ordered that the _Ia non-resident S-ll Caseaer.Sealed ... written to the-. taar11 Maoufaoturfng
'on the market. defendant be and they are hereby re. company, regarding the r Store and Chapel. Stewart Ave.
;; FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR THE
.' quired I i to appear to the bill of com- NTBCIQ.<< KIMnCMKB. FLORIDA
,"Wonder Worker by Fred A. BIshop
r plaint filed In. said cause on or beforeonday. MONTH ,ENDING NOVEMBER 10..lIU .
: : tn n N .raw umir nii the 6th da February, A. bUe will be re..ed. by the Balance 'f IT Battery l"taceNew'York. Mr. .
I D. 112!. otherwise the alUratlohs Board 'Ot' County'* Corn-toIsslaaai'S 9tOeoeola ,FUND ro tOener.l Bishop fa president-end general manager -

'Bald said bill defendant will be ,taken .., confessedly County. Florida,' IF to I* a. school ,-.,....___last..-.I re 7O..+I I of the Iron< Steamboat Company Heavy Cold? Oust rt.

HcNEILfBRGTimiS-: I{I It I* further ordered that this 'I 1m. January. and putting SI A. D..p.Itll'one for, .MO.-.fence one- 8..' S. D. No. l-.______.,..;._ 11'.118 of Jersey City/ Hero is the. let-.
R D. No. t-_.________ 111:" *
"b. l>ubU.bed-'Ono. a week for fourconsecutive ,I fourth miles of fence on ,the- rlht-of-. 8.. 8.,,; D.' No. 1.---------------347.81! ter Afl dogged Up ?

; \> MM MssittM Ikck week In The KlsslmmeeValley way Material of Blast.Lake. 'road. & B. D. No. f_...__....___ Ill .Melbourne, ''Florida. .
Oaiette a newspaper published to be follows: 8.18. D. No. _ ..__..___ IT.OBR $ .
....... ............... . .. In.7bta..AtI.said County*d.r.ot-Jaouar'and State. 1..1. I mall All end heart, or pine a prey poets posts. fo.r with, Inches three at Receipt D. NO. Disbursementsm.11.._n.:-._____..__Balance. 8.87 "Dr.-K.: D. C. Watson January-: ,-'1'$21.. rVOirriet Jt get; start. Dr. ICfbg's w

J1 1..' OVBRSTR. ET. Inches heart at small end and faeedto UI..II .. r.it: .891.14 "Dear Doctor: Have used ,'Wonder *-' New Discovery will get
(Circuit Court, Seal) heart on ana- side: One run of *'- (".*1 !('.'!' 1011.lit Worker' and think so much of it that down to wocfc,relieving the tight feeling
Circuit Court Inch bog wire at bottom and 1 runs ,
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DR. B. L. WILKERSON KRIBBS A STEEDrk I lof I barbed wire I at top. Posta to be six n.o"!.11I 1011.111 liT.110.01 I obtained another bottle--as we in the> cheat quieting the racking'
'- Solicitor for Compt lnan.. 4-lt fret long set two feet. In the ground K>5.tt it'.110 UII.1 leave for Fort Lauderdale tomorrowand .rough reotlr stimulating the bowels..
DENTAL BOIDOllf' It feet apart and braced where, neceesarv. tj.so 40.11I' thoa eliminating' the ''cold ..
6 CHARGE OF PARTHBRSMIP t was afraid I could not
4.71: n.l.10.11I knees Always reliable. Just good medicine
I i, The Board the right to reject there. First tried It
Located In office formerly occupied reserve to.is on my
Notice I* hereby. 'given that the or all bid* .1 made to ease colds: and cough, s
b,. Dr. J. w Simpson. any Warrant were examined and- cancelled which hay /been sore ever since .
+ OfUce Hours: 1:10 to 1J; ; 1:0.10 1:00: partnership L..aIlnl'Obert-: ". M. V.,. J. L OVBR8TREET.Clerk CountyCommissioners ; In open session ... follow.: gotcvtri-ef; beat Jacksonville, after For fifty rears .' remedy. r
.Board'of with
Boyer and under the of the
Tel...... Km. U firm name of' Boyer *V Roberts, doing I .of Osceola Coun B-lJ.General. l> school No. t funft fund_k--I___,_- .J,411.18 lU.." my'inthesV-oC l two' weeks Again) I All the family can take it helpfulresults.

business Klsslmmee.. Ovoeola county t ty. Florida. Oat I/BT t>.' No. *; fund.._....-.. 10'11 had the hardest fight I, ever had witha Eases the children'. croup.:
Florid; has been dl'Olv.d-F. D.:' K 8. Di No 4 fund__..,.,.. 14'.60. it sho did No harmful drug Convincing heal-
C. .. fish on Mondar-eJKt my
.
Ward having purchased all right and Cevaty State *fS Fi.rtda. .. kiddies
ing taste that the like. At all
Interest of the said L. B. Roberta The vea.ee*ti JmMetml CS......OectelaC (? BT TowelL, *uperlnten*'>nt..wvf 17S.OO .arJIUI world of good. .
firm will now transact Business under ..a JESSIE D. KLE1NMAN the name of. Boyer A Ward. All agreements U. Fry.. : i W 'R Lanier member beard4.04 ache. Mr, Rice has a bad ease of '
entered Into by the firm of
I 1 'H H Hull member board46.00
Boyer & Roberts and all claim against Mary E. Fry: Defendant I 8 Cadel attorney for board.. 16.00 lumbago and says the 'Wonder Dr. :King's
Copying Stenographic Work' the sld firm up to this date will becarried It appearlna. by affidavit' appended. J O Bratton. at. officer------- 100.00 Worker' helped him. Our waitress, .
out by the new firm of Boyer to the bill filed In the abovestatedcause kfl I** Alblna ast.75.00 to whom I samll bottle claims New
that Mary K. Fry, the defendant :lire gave a Discovery
If Ward, thaLlflrm having assumed all 3 B Woodall. son ... 10.00: ;
Phone 253. -State Bank Building responsibilities Incurred. up to this therein named, Is a non-reildent I of the Tie Bass. janitor *ch 16____?__. 0.00 It t cured, her headache. 'Some boost Fo .
d.I.. * State of Florida and Is a resident ef Julia Davis Janitor *ch SO_ 10.00 er,' did you say.1 Well, I liked your ColdS and Cou&K
M. V. BOYER.F. : Berwick Columbia county. Pennsylvania

Klsslmmee. Florida. ,O. WARD. It ,I.over. the rr't: :.::4" ""antherJn'Onre.ldent W H I Smith BarberT It-day*_..Z.'. 1o0.b0J IU.IO- manner ready and and willing grit to and help am those always who Feel Badly' Bowel Slugglsb

December 11. 111. tltNOTICE defendant be and she'Ishereby J E Sharp __,_,?..._*-._- 116.00 try to help themselves. More power IIaY'ell't,1IIY pep".in work or play.
required to appear to the bill E D Campbell ...--.,....--,.. 7i.OO I to yeti You're constipated: The .stimulatingd
) OF ADMINISTRATOR of complaint filed In said cause en or W P Tyson ________..._._ '110.00' '
We handle all classes of (For Waal Dleekarget_ before Monday, the (th day of February 8 B Story, 1* day*- U1.6 "If in Fort Lauderdale, or in that action of Dr. .All Kile bring back;. x
A. D. 1.IZ, otherwise. the allea a- Mr* Fannie Bass ..._._.n80.00: neighborhood look me up-ai I would old time >ee faU.* 25c.
I. C.... ., tke ...ty ....... O.ee.laceesty tlon tossed of by said said bill defendant.It will be .taken ae con M L Tindall BO.O like to have another chat with .you. PROMPT -wo....,. GRIPE
State ef Florida. Sam Story 10 days------------ BO.00
I. further. ordered that this orderbe .... .. .;,-i----: "Yours truly, D
Real Estate In re Estate of Howard Golf. published once a week for four D B Shaver, principal03.75.00Ml. (Signed) FREIUU, BISHOP. '. r.KinQ's"Pills.
Notice I.I hereby ( v.n. to all whomit consecutive week .In The Klsslmmee ** Almena Leltner\ -,_,---. 1IO.OA'
that the llth day Valley Oasette, a published C H Rice 150.00
,
on "Wonder
may concern :f.pe. "
of January A. D. 111, 1 shall applyto in said County and Miss; T..lllle Shaman ..-._.... ItS.OO Mere Most Worker"Oak.
the Honorable T. L. comer. Judgeof This January 4th Ittt.J. Mrs H N M.klnson----------- '

Fire Insuranceand said Court, a* Judge of Probate, .L. OVERSTREET. Mia Katherine. Wyckoft..._. ltt.00 .Rill Florida,
Administrator (Circuit Court Seal) Mrs F C 't.OOMiss Reidel
for my final discharge as Bryan--------------- Robert Co.HOUSE }
_ Clerk Circuit Court. 1921.
20
1 of the estate of Howard Ooff. deceased Cleo Wooldrldffe 'l.tO September' .
; and that at the same time Iwill ICRIBBB & BTRBD.Solicitors Mr J W Trammell_. ..... Dear Doctor Watson: .
.. said Court finalaccounts for Complainant 4-St Miss Sarah French '*.00
I nres nt to my I must write and tell what
' Just you
l as Administrator of said estate Miss Virginia Tiller 5.00 "WaiiV1Onder .t
Rentals ; and ask for their Mr Kllle H Graves- '..00 your wonderful '
Dated November." A..Rr 111. Mrs. F. C. Edward________-. '(..00Mr Worker Liniment" has done' for me
JAMBS OOFF. France. Snodffras ...- tt.OO I for words '
-or as near as can -
r THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN ) NOVELTYWQRLS
41-tt Administrator. Miss Cecelia Overstreet 5.00
how
and
Mr. Ethel. P Ame*_. 8.00 cannot express how I feel
-000- NOTICE TO CREDITORS Miss M C Bryan_ tf.eo grateful I am to you and your lini'
FOR SALE Miss Lillian Data ....._ l.eO ment. .. ,

I. C.... .f the -Ce..tr ....... OseeelaCe Miss Miss Medora Elon Qulce Russell_.___________ S.OO 86.00 For thirteen years I was troubledwith -

A Notary Public in our officeNelson ..'y. Star .f rierida. FOR SALiEi-Pine residence property. Miss Alberta Anderson S.OO rheumatism in my left leg, and

the office of. The Valley Miss Emma Towell .....-..... 110.00 bail could not get
In. re Estate of John R. Bronson :: rtetK ''m t-tf Mr Iris 0 Schuck_--_________ I.OO It tlnallygot. ao BILLS A SPECIALTY. :ALL' '
-000- decessed. Miss Dorothy Denning-... BO.00 about without severe pain and trou- '
To' all Creditors. Legatees, Distribu FOR SALE--\ beautiful home; finely Miss Cornelia Lancaster....?-_ 81.00 ble. I used your Liniment on my INTERIOR FINISH. WINDOW AND
. tees Demands and all against Persons said having Estate Claimsor : furnl.h.dj: read for you; fine piano. I Miss Jane Rotter*_._.... U.:: leg for about four weeks robbing . .. ' -
Cheap See Boyer Ward over Miss Era Will .
You, and each of you, are. herebynotified postofflee. S-tf ,Mr Carrie N Kdrls-._._ 71.00 whenever I could-and my leg is now DOOR FRAMES., WINDOW'.. .AND. .. ',
and required which any Miss Mildred Partln ...._-_. 71.00 entirely well. I have found several --
RealtyCompany either claim of and you.demand may have against you, theestate or FOR SALE-0n0) Ittl Ford touring Hattie Haynes. $O.OOMr more people, to whom I have talked DOOR SCREENS 1, It
car practically new! run only 800 B D Campbell------------ ".00
R. Broneon deceased, and the- all
of John O.ceo'la miles; flrst-clsss shape; new tire W B! Robert _i;_ 100.00 about your Liniment, ,
late of Klaslmmee undersigned. County and apare rim ahd tire; best. shock Mr F L Crowson76.00 speak highly of it. and say It gave 0.. .
Adminis ,
Florida to the absorbers; demountable rim and L L' Jordan-,_._. 6.00 them prompt relief. I 'wish you all ;:
tratrix of said estate within two electric. atarter. Cash Marvin A Brooker_ 76.00O '
or liberty :
years from the date hereof. bond. L. H. Oedtre PoBtofflce Box 8,Thaek.r-:_ 8.13 the success in the world in getting Phone 216 For Eitimates, 'Darling-' '

Dated November 111. Lee .-_..._.._. ItS.O preparation before .the *
ylt5.J : 141 Klsslmmee. ltr Mr Laura j thin1-great! KUsimfnee
... .. MI..:ooldle V Copley----._.. '116.00Mrs people and in their-hands and I will ton and Halsey Streets' ;.. .,
Administratrix of said
Estate.Nw
4$-8t .
FOR SALE)- aerrs of the best Fern Tockel_ 100.00 .
land In the county; 161 bearing orange Mr*" Lula Atwood ______.. 6.00MIssTRuth do all in my power for your"business. ,','
MS.J trees; ITS buds on. year old. Bleech._...... 6.00 What you want to"do la to get it In
Ceedltle..5THE
; we'MOVI: THE: (EARTH$ H BANK_" *OF* Th OSCHOltA COUNTY A See barvaln.I B. G. Barber.Located on foggy Creek.4-ttx Miss. *,, Katherine Minnie.. Burnett-----------Shadoan .-.... '6.00 5.0Mis the hands of the people as' quickly as
'
I KUwlsssMev !. the State ef Plorlda.t I .' ... possible. Buildings'Go .
I. MI. Rosemary Landls ; _. t6.00 ,
Or Anything. Oat Top The Earth the--rive- .f b....._ DeeHb- ..1.Ina. FOR BALD Chevrolet autom'Obne.i i Miss Carrie L Sloan-;...-...__ 6.00 Sincerely your friend< s'a

," %, 4-(0; fully equipped and An first classhspe Mr ..Kdn... B Uoss ............. 6.00 O. A. MATTHEWS. .. i
:TOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS I 'RESOURCES- DOLL'iRS'' ; a splendid buy; cash price Mr .A E COwlr.r......-.,...._ 5.00 P S.-I.am willing to swear to all .
$160.. Call on H. A. Snyder n Stewart Miss nisi Batton_ S.OO ,
-Or Anything Thst Can Be Moved Loans on Real Frtata---.5 18.S60.00Loans avenue for Information. fstf Nancy Peterson. .........-..... tO.OO the above, and will be glad to ,.ub- ,
I on Collateral Security'Other L E' Crowson .-?_-._...,___.:_ 80.00 stantiate this letter to anyone who
than Real Estate..'' "A'UI.1t FOR BALE! For Kent FurnishedRooms SF' Hadl.y--_.......----.-.,.. 80.00 Hill.
All other. Loan and Pis-' < . ___. desires to write me at Oak Up ,
Pearl : 60.00Theodosla'McKlnney
and No Trespass Cards, le Johnson Quickly "
Get before haying your -- --- '
our price I counts ......_.._?_?.. 1$1,11$78Overdrafts cents each a"- The Oasette .cfa".. ....-...,. 60.00 O. A. M. ,
.......... . 71.16
hauling done. Sillcur"j. 'etc.18,160.00- 4>-tf L. R Mitchell ___--......... $0.001Ii : Y1
Htocks.
'
e8.1. / eellase..uPhillips .
BOTH : "
. Banking House Furnitureand FOR BALE--On* Vets tCleotrlo Wall Bros., supplies-------- l.'5 WOMEN ENTERTAINED ".:?t "
.
Fixtures .. 37.6)1.10Other > '
W.. II JOKESJTRAlisFEB COMPANY- Real. Estate--,..... ' 678.66 Plate. Practically price. Apply newr, V.At.I. ':reaaouabl Gaselte. -- Telephono.Valley. Oasette Company, notices---------phone rent 8.70 1.80 They are about -to bore for, <<&1near' When'our; umber; ,Is""used.; 'Foe.here, ?

o.J fHONftt3er Due from and Incorporated other Resources.. Banks '-$1,716.18,847.$3Claims ' -x'l.tf. H "'W B Drew Co.. warrant*.. 70.10..97E'H Kissimmee.Coincident with' this is 'no' time' lost in'selecting} good s

_.. HmrJ_ c.. .. ... W U Co., messages----------- Sears la home
lea.e Od O.S..I mr Cash Items --,--- --- 7,680.61 Hansell. supplies---------- 10.80Osceola event Congressman boards Iti'metching'up. 'ThevJam-
BARGAINS IN USED AUTOMOBILES or) :
,,
.18.804.0 .
Cash on Hand -, Hardware ; and has for his William Jennings \
guest
Co. 11.90
.............. 1,16.11 -Term to responsible people. One supplies !
Warrant her' here bemused
City .. sent out from can
Warrant .... ... 0.00 "Baby Grand" Chevrolet; one 1.1. U. K* 1 F.adCofin' Bryan.-Sanford Herald. ,
County *
Dodge tourlnaone; Hayne f-pas- Dept. Store ssupplles.3.61. with the .minimum amount of working -, '
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DR. R. J. DENNING Total ____--y___141.,711.61 senger'Kit Fordtouring one HID Ford; on*touring 1911 :Ford one J Nelson.F:; Hanan.: ,oil supplies-.._-- 14.87..0 6u quickly. refievc ..c.... up. Its us'saves time ..:well, i.
desk A : '
DENTIST Realty Co., chair SO.OO
roadster; one 1110' Ford :
LIABILITIES DOLLARS three !>}> Ford tourings. .S"ln&. P wood." _._ 1.60 insuring, a better;: building-in-every
Stock Paid In_____.1 16.000.00 rb; rtTrrn DIRECTORY
Capital NEW TELEPHONE
-- Over the Po toffs. Ravsdale. Klsslmm, Florida. 41-tl hauling seats___ 6.55Atlas : And ourr1e.PeU" 'economy. ,
Individual Deposits Subjectto
Mills ba ._,.. (4.00Fenole way _
.. IsteeMeaxe .on.sup '
OFFOCE HOORBl to IIlv. !:! 3$1,198.01Savings *
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Check
Phone 114- Deposits.w- -___-___n' 67,1.*.80 FOR., BALEA rood.....-r60m plMst-: E P Coyle Chemle.Co., resurfacing.,' balance118.74 boards16.60 Arrangements are now being made every'' tD!".. .7A1
Time Certiflcates.of Deposit ll.'84.tl erect house. A'reasonable down to have anew telephone directoryto -
Smiths .
1SI4)M 3 I Garage hauling seats. 16.00
Pkeme "
Office like rent Inquireat
pa"ment-bal.ne.
.... Certified.'Checks 166.6Cashier1 408 Clyde avenue, Klsslmmee. Walter Harris, repalrln______ 4.80 be issued about the middle of this ''
,- Check Outstanding. 3086.83Bills None 47-tfc John F Daniels, repairs-------. 6.16 month. Those who are interested in WOODWARDlUMEER YARD
Payable
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S. n. Me a F. in ,,
old
o having their phon" changed
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Mr. .Carrie N Edrls: 10.0 -
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o Total --------------------5131,712.$1. FOR BAL.K else, !-velvet Two on boy."dark.n.blue 4yearold one W 1r! Roberts ....._..._ 16.00 any way, or Installing ,,new ones, Telephon.$20 :. ,

M. TILLER o I State of Florida:--- ): dark: creen Russian style white Mr.. F L Crowon...._._, 10.00 or who are contemplating adding a .KISSIMMEE! ,J t FLORIDA,
L H Crowaon. .
. _
10.00
collar and cnfTa. detachable. Nearlynew. ----- -------? to their office will
County of Osceola : phone equipment
: l1.i .' Apply 101-Main street. 4'-tf PhillipsBros .upplle.--- 11.40 .J.
Real'state A eilcy. I, L. H. Oedge, Cashier e above- Osceola Hardware Co.. palnt31.41 ,
I .
named Bank do solemnly swear that .
J H Balsden painting and labor 101.00S. '
----..-e.a the above statement I* true to the best FOR BALE-Wooden Apply washing 101 Main machine S D. N.. 4 VaadOsceola . *' > '-' .. -
of knowledge and belief. ; nearly new.
my
Realty Bought anet olcL L. H. EDGE, Cashier. treet. at-tf and Hardware..wer.._Co._?*. ._guttering ______-_ 176.00 I ''

House' rented. CORRECT-ATTEST DR.' ::.. M. RIVERS. FOR SALE or rent at a reasonable Osceola Hardware Co.. supplies 1.10 I ,
price, best located. heuse In city Wenner-Sawyer Co., supplies... 4. <
the
and Title. 'verified M. I. STOUT. ; "
. Taxes paid J. R. ANTHONY. furnished.; contains nine room. Mrs D B Shaver Willa Steed freight. I collector11.40 and drayage 6.11: ( CROXTON.SCHP'IflT: .

for non-resldents. Director and bath. Located on large cornerlot J M Cooper labor..J- ______._ 6.11Kiss.
and before with fruit and shade tree Address -
: Subscribed sworn to me .
Fire Life and Accident Insurance. this list day. of December. 111. : L. R. Squire., Ktsslmmee. ntl.Wa..onVor'i. : repairingl.oc..... 11.16 J -<:
W RHEA PHERiGONotary Florida.M il-tfo W Co.= clock rent--::::- 1.16: ,
: Public State of R O Mlnnlck, supplies--------- 000 '
Indemnity Bond commission expire 9-7-11. \ FOR RENT W B Maklnson Co.. suppllei... In: ) '

Central Scientific. Co:, supplies- (4.17
.... . .............. .....: r(.. ZST. .
Hear of The CvadlUeei FURNISHED ROOMS-Board If desired AGGREGATE BENEFITS :
,,1 THU BANK OF SAINT CLOUD. ;
' Also rooms for light housekeeping .
O. F. KRIBBS W. J. BTBKI" .t Slat Cl.... !. the State .t Fleridaj, apartments. One block: FROM TAX DELETIONS WILLARDSERVICEST i

." RIBS & STEED .t tlMi-rleew .( ....t.... Deeemker ai.ieai. from railway station No. JB Neptune : -
, Road Klsslmme 48-tf TO REACH LARGE SUM

'' Atteraere ..* "...._I.re mi UiwV RESOURCES- DOLLARS f1Irnl.h.d'n.t., '. .

Kl.a.re Vlerida Loans on Real Estate-----5 11.V14.60 FOR with RENT fireplace-Nicely; three room and Commencing last Sunday passengers ...0. .o..oo.. .'>.i...t. 0..... .fOvOf. .. ,.. ....... . ... ..,
Itt. Oeaeml praellre la all Slat ..dJp Loan on Collateral Security bath. W. B. Harr!.. Gazette. of flee. and chipper .will realize a very "
Cavrts, Other than Real Estate60,336,38 40-tf substantial reduction in the amount .. -. .
; Hatted S Discounts 77.141.47 . .
a All other Loan and ; -
Overdraft ________._..-___ None paid for freight- and oasaenrer transportation "
Johhston CL P.' OARRaT United State Bond ________ 1.5n.17 WANTED.. on account of the removalof '
r."rat State. County and MunicipalBond w the tax effectiveon
JOHNSTON & GARun'f __________..<.____._. 4,300.7.Banking WANTED- Nice three-room apartment on transportation ,

4 ATTORNEYS-AT-YAW. Fixtures House Furnitureand 8,718.18 pletely; food furnished I vectlon.and M"ob'e'O'\: : \' Under that date the previsions of the new. SEiO: :: P1oTAO; { $'

L F Others, 10. 11 and 12, Osceola ,Baa(I Claim Due From and Incorporated other Resources481.17 Banks tt.811.64 price.Klsclmmee.Address. : Poatofltce Box II*x, revenue law it is "estimated that the' ,

f: BuUdinir.t Cash Item 68D.18 elimination this tax will result in ,
t Cash on Hand--------------- 11,111.88 WANTED- -To hear from owner of a saving to passengers and shippers
KIS8IUMEB. FLORIDA rood ullhparfticular.. State cash using the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
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\ ,Accrued Total Interest __--------i3011,446/G60 -Manapoll.-nests- D.- F.-.4-iSIs Bush. .jt,approximately,_$2, 00,000 an- ROSE ,FQUaG: : BLERS. --
nually. This estimate covers a saving
LIABILITIES DOLLARS WANTED-Man with car to all low- to of $1,100,000 .and
I P. A. VANS AGNEW Capital Stock .Paid In____...116,000.00 priced Graham Tires; I13O per week passengers of
Surplus Fund 1,660.00 and commissions. Graham Tire Com to shippers freight of $1,100,000.
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I' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Undivided. fI'i:; . lflohlrip Boulevard,' Benton Harbor: based on..freight and passenger rev BLIss tIUUMPH,
and Taxes Paid30.74 '. x
OFFICES tenses ,enues-for-the past year.

Winter Park Florida' Dividend Unpaid Deposits Subject__ 1.100.00IndlviduaJ' WANTED-Oood home In Xllmme.- : The assessing and collection of this -000-- :

I to Check-___.,...-....... "6.71 .17 See us Immediately. Boyer. Ward. transportation tax for the government -
it, Savings Deposits ____....>_. 4MI4.44 over postofflee. I-tf has required each .railroad to
-- Demand Certificate od DepositS.600.0 ? act as 'government tax collector and This geed stock M 6speciillh' .selected MaiA.' crOWD,. from : Aflelda
Time Certificate of Deposit 16.614.44
6.2$ WANTED 'TO EXCHANOB-Have good to make '. strict':'accounting for. all free from Blight infectan.r r .' '
Ca.hier'sbheek8OattiaAll'nr.: ; : home In Klsslmmee w.nt.tarmnear .
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collected and turned over :
$
the'money .j
town. Boyer A Ward,, overpostof- ,
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CITY' I Due jo-Incorporated. !, .Bank...- 1000.00 nee-r, -, - -tf to the government :No benefit what + r, I" .....-'; ----, '1 .

Jc Total ___ ..; n..I ',1IO s0ever hat accrued: to'.therailroad
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I I : :::::: : WANTED-\' home in KlMlmmee..:Mot companies from the collection of thisAibfng7 1'f k : j' : : '
: ... ... f g Prices,
Statevoranetl0t.,:+, : 7 have lakefronCCustomer; I* new ' ;: Ask' Fors>> ,
MEAJWRKETFresh C'Oant,. of 0.0.0 1" - :welting, 4- Ward .over. ., ... tax., ..y'rT.. _, ,. ; ._
I. r L 0. R.. B1ceebahf.P till a bove. oatclilr *szJt&e<: P I-It .... .
I named Bank do solemnly Sweep thai'' t : ''joint, '' hl., M ,..

.[tll. above, statement I* tree to the. WANTED-.To tracie'.eilrisi' frmlt land neuralgia; can be relieved quickly by h ::'!: 0 v..' '
'Meat. anti.Vege't' belt 'Of ear knowledge and belief. for cottage er bungalow.' Bee HarryA the'tubbing application' .et. BallArd : "

'COR.tECT-OTT TBLKECH'Cashier: Renter, .,,.L*)*; House Klsslnmte. Snow Liniment. It is a powerful !
pent
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W. CONN.3f. . I 'j : ,. etrating remedy: ..Threerj.-iisesv-.SOc, fr : ,

.. :' ; .' ; .' A.;H.r.BICCJI TUNNICT.iVFE.O. -' + WANTED-Help 't. 'work? .''OB-truck 60cv&n4 $ 20 perbotUe.,spa 1 ,1."J.V ', .

.....;.:...;.:< :,., .D>ttaotors.subscribed .; ,tarp; steady work:\ for right. goe4.how .. .RobenQII..0: :; :....... ''."-X' !! >.. ** .. ; a' Y .AVfORDIPLWMBA". ( ; . ... , ,.. :
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_,_.. THE DSSHOKE VALLEY GAZETTE: FRIDAY, JANUARY R 1922KBSIMMEE '. -

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I hostcsses-'Mrs. 'A:. W. Wlnri;,''Mrs..3 HONORABLE"'SAM SMALLOrator CHANGE OF DATE OF MEETING fOR, SALf! -:-. fOR:.SALQ It

Z. Roberson Mt s.. Harry, Dale, and ".r _, '
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PLUMBING. SHOP [[I IN: SOCIETY'S, REALM J, 'Mrs., Nelson Makinsoo.- 7- I "': ':'\" tied Although upon Thursday the Tourist evening Club had'asf al the. CASH ONLY! "

f WQMA N'S' CLUB HELD time for holding its meetings certain My- home. Northeast corner..lOOx16tt '
Nethiag. To 'BifNotkiaf FORMER' RESIDENT' WILL IMPORTANT MEETING: :a' : :; 'Condition' baye: arisen which make feet lot;; White bungalow Two JJ.

VISIT IN KISSIMMEE T A very interesting meeting of the thatrtveriing agreeable to all concerned. lartre clothes-ctoseta. Cement walk: ."

. Too Srall Mrs. M. R. Waugh of 'Brooksvllle, Woman's Club was held at the Chap. 'Accordingly after discussing deep flowing well.. Land set to fruit
Minnie ter House on Tuesday., Report. were the matter, it has been deemed beat and flowers; house partly furnBhtsd.a.- .
!
Pennsylvania and Miss Rogers .
.' a. Y. of Pittsbur", will -visit for several made-and the following resolutions, ;}, ':ffj to make the following official statement .. fazes paid. Reason for ..elliDI''f
i' AD Work Cnaraateed months their sister, Mrs. G.< F. Introduced by the chairman of the : death In family. "Bungalow too large.for ':
.' Vine pubBcitycommittee, 'were adopted] The evenings of' meeting of the me. ,:
of street. Missy'Roger
: ''To JM Saafaclor t Kribbn, Kissim*. .:> Whereas:r Dan Ashfordmanagero Klssimmee Tourist Club will be on "'"
,*' ," was formerly a resident of i. XCall at 1004 Mabbette Street. 'lJ
commencing ;
friends the Casino, brought to Kissimmee a s each Alternate ,Friday .
will mee 1, andmany' her visit of hr here.former picture!! "The Old Nest" at a great = Friday evening, January 13. The Klssimraee. -J//!
enjoy
expense, and a committee 'from the f. of meeting will be the Chapter :.
IS BroadwayFIVEROOM. IlCitd--ee. TABLE WAS'TEousi '. Woman's Club was invited aa the douse. All tourists as w ll-..-.All MRS. IDA BROUGHTON.

ONLY GUESTS WERE SHORTMr. guests of Mr. Ashford to view this residents are cordially invited to be 'I, _",

: ," ; and Mrs. Richard S. Roberta, picture and pass judgment) and, present and listen to, and participate . ,I
of 609 Sumner street had as visitors Whereas: 'The said committee view. In, the excellent programs which, will
during the holidays their son-in-law ed the picture and was very favora- be carried out. "

and daughter/ Mr. and Mrs. Edgar bly impressed from the standpointthat i
Short Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Short, and it was clean and wholesome in m WHITE KITCHEN TO MOVE THREE SPECIAL'

. Earl Short, all of Tampa, and Edd C. all respects; The room just vacated by the : ;
i Be It Resolved That the membersof
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Roberts, of Jacksonville. Oil Christmas Breaker realty, firm is undergoingmany '
this club who the .
MODERN BUNGALOW Day the piece do resistance wasa Mr. Ashford's saw actions picture In bring-endorse N. ,.' needed Improvements to'make
turkey that, carried twenty-one and it fit for the new occupants the ITEMS
one-half pounds of weight-while- the ing such pictures to our city, and White Kitchen having leased the -- =
,remainder of the banquet was in the island ready to patronize and help ad- premises for its restaurant. The
Furnished or Unfurnished I Yllrtise.any' (other pictures of this
same splendid proportions. is
Bass Construction Company put
type that he may bring here with ting the place in order, and the kitchen y.
I the view ,
forSale at Bargain MISSIONARY SOCIETY of obtaining only the best and EvanyeKst connected will also be_date-equip*, -lSc--J.
.' a i HAS BUSINESS MEET pictures for the good of the commun- peafr business. Once before this MAVIS-TALC- _
The .rerular business: :meeting..of ityt that--the--committee-hereby"e IP" He"wTIF Be the speaker at o patriotic has been occupied by a cafe- -
Just t>eing ere $ d- n''a' fine corner the Woman's Missionary Society of presses thanks to Mr. Ashford for rally to be held in the Baptist and place the .management expects the
the Methodist church was held Mon the courtesy extended; and that a church '''Monday evening, January 16, new popular. The. RAFFIA-IN ALL COLORS
will become
lot on a paved street. 'Lot contains day afternoon at The Bungalow-'bt copy of these resolutions be sent to commencing" at seven-thirty o'clock. place will be occupied very at an early -
which time reports of the various departments !! Mr. Ashford and the same be pub- His,.subject will be: "America; For building ;
orange, tangerine! and grapefruittrees. were read, showing a very lished in The Valley Gazette. Caesar or For Christ?" date. GETA

.- creditable gain for the past year. Mrs H. C. Stanford. LAND NOW PROTECTED CLUTCH PENCIL=-_.._-lk -
The officials for the new year are President. -
NOTICE FROM ASSESSORTo
as follows: Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, Mrs. S. B. Aultman, C. S. Crowder, who owns property SCORES OF BIG BARGAINS.
resident; Mrs. J. R.- Bronson, vice- Chairman Civic Committee. the Property-owners of Osceola I close to the county home complainedlast !
.
f. E. WOODWARDKISSIMMEE president;t Mrs.. Lewis O'Bryan secretary Mrs. Alex Akerman.Mrs. County Florida: month that because of ditches WAITING FOR YOU
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; Mrs. A. uotterman, treasurer -> G. W. Best considerablewater
In compliance with Chapter 5590 being closed there was
; Mrs. -. -. Young, correspondIng Mrs: Paul 'Stani'y.Committee.'; Laws of Florida, I will be at the fol. which crossed the highway and .

secretary; Mrs. -. Clark, lowing-named places on the dates overflowed upon his premises greatly
representative Missionary Voice. entertainment Mrs W J. Sears, chairman.>f the given below for the purpose of receiving damaging/ his crop. He asked that THEGIFT= SHOPRoy f
(committee on behalf allowed make certain needed
NEW JERSEY RESIDENTS tax returns on both real and he be to
of herself and Mr.
Sears thanked the
Mrsonal property: improvement there at the expense of
(
VISIT RELATIVES HERE I members of the Woman's
Club, the Deer Park the Permission grantedand A. Wells ProprietorNEWBY
Saturday January 14 county. was
;
O. 'Taw of 21 Posseil
!
Mrs. P. avenue Mothers' Club and the W. C. T. U.,
.
11:00 the needed changes were broughtabout
: a. m.ShinR'le
has been entertaining her sister for the
splendid public reception given .
I' Creek Monday, January at an expense of but $31.97-a
.
and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. by these organizations to their .
IB considered reasonable in
10:00 most
; : a. m. sum "
Harry Thompson of Ridgewood/ New truest Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. Bryan,
commissioners allowed 1-
Campbell, Monday, January 16; every way. The,
Jersey for several weeks. The visitors last Thursday evening./
I 1:30: m. the bill as presented.
are now covering points on the An invitation for the club was read' p.

l west coast, but will return to Kissim- l from the sectional_'Vic -pr.ellldnt to 10:4)0'a Saint: Cloud mrNarcoossee Tuesday, January 17; ITINERANT SKYPILOTSLIKE INN (!
-
'
mee to-'extend "their'-visitr before
going neot"at Winter Park "on" Thursdayand c .
Tuesday January 17;
north. Mr. has been
Thompson Friday, January 19 and 20, with 1:30 SOUTHERN SUNS
cting-president of the firm of Park the clubs of this section, at which p. m.Mulberry I, i __
.. Ik i Telford, New York, for many yearnbut I time Miss Skinner would be present 10:30: Sink, Friday, January); Many tramp preachers and self- J..,)
three years ago retired from i i Mr. H. C Stanford president and : a. m. styled evangelists have come: down TRY OUR t
'When the Extra active business. It i is possible the 'Mrs.' Paul Stanley were appointed 10:00 Kenansville Saturday, January 21; from the north and are trying to save t
visitors will remain in Florida-lo- delegates, with Mrs. Alexander Aker- : a. m. us "Crackers" from hell at so much :
eating either in Winter Haven or man asMrs. nlternst. T.okone, Saturday January 21 ; per soul and thus relieve the home SPECIAL DINNERS :;

issimmee. I Lewis O'Bryan, chairman of 2:30: Kissimmee p. m. at courthouse all preachers of the job. If this scribes

t I the round table department, read avery rough the month of March. to be saved by these ecclestiastical I .
Is Out SPENT THE HOLIDAYS I interesting and instructive clipping W1M. I. BARBER, tramps, his case is hopeless, but he ,:l

WITH MONTVERDE RELATIVESA as to the number of persons in Assessor of Taxes, Is willing to take his chances with Dakin Avenue Phone 221KISSIMMEE .-. .......:-
never-to-be-forgotten event was the the; home preachers. At rate, .1
United States any
gainfully
occupied 4-2t Osceola Florida. I .
.Maoy a man think his property safe the trip from Kissimmce by automo-I':. and gave some amazing statistics in County he believes in patronizing home industry
bile on Sunday of Mr. and both religious and
regard thereto. Mrs. Alexander Aker- PLANT CITY INTIMATESIT commer ,
"wno off
pub ordering iasuraace- Woodall and family to Monteverde, man. chairman of the membership cial.-Punta Gorda Herald .
t. and the attended BE DONE- i
picnic
on Monday J .
regrets hit negligence when the paper whom Mrs. Wbodall interested the members.committee The reported business several of the 'meet-new! KISSIMMEE WILL DO IT NOTICE OF MEETING Willson & Aultman ,
children with and I
stories while
-
the songs ing was interspersed the renditionof
bv
:story.
Ifs the tables were being/ loaded with "Down the Vale," by Mrs., S. C. Plant City's fame as a strawberry Kissimmee Chapter, O. E. S., will "
erything that goes to make a ev-I who f-owinsr, center having percolated to meet in regular session Thursday ev .'
Cooper responded to the
"'tIme festival. Among\ the little ones at- I with "Botany," and "Pull Down encores the the shores of Lake Tohopekaliga, will ening. January 12, promptly at seven REAL ESTATE
The to( discuss the possibility affair were Evelyn HarI Odrtain," and "I Can't Sing result in our being visited tomorrow o'clock. All members urged to be, (
I Tonight.
; .' of loss with this din, Walter CaldweJl, Claude Cald- Mrs. Cooper has a full sweet' voice bv a delegation from Kissimmee and present. Visitors /given a hearty wel
well; Margaret Caldwell, Fay Locke, \ and all greatly enjoyed her singing. Oeccola county. They will be heartily come. 11 Darlington Ave. Kissimmce t
Ir :agency'of .the Hartford Fire Otis McQuaig and Genevieve welcomed and given: as much as instruction B. R. SANDERSON. W. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Wbodall After partaking of delicious re- be crowded into the .
tnluran ..Company is before are now cox'j as.can 'q
parting to entertain all the freshments served by the hostesses, too short hours of their visit. We It May Be a Trifle Soon, But We
'''a: fire starts., Keep your of Monteverde who may come Mrs. W. J. Sears, Mrs. G. W. Best, will sell them crates. We will sell -
way-In return for the pleasure received Mrs. Alexander Akerman and Mrs. them refrigerators (They make their Suf ted nat You Should
name out,of the paper. NOTICE TO HUNTERSTHE
while ..there Fred Gilbert, the meeting adjourned. I own ice). We w.ill give them., unlimited \J
FOR good advice They will go back s
PYTHIAN SISTERS ,- KISSIMMEE home and do what a score of other
That! real.Insoraace, ,Service. INSTALL NEW OFFICERSThe communities' have attempted. The PASTURES OF THE

Call or telephone.. first meeting of the year of Believing that a home laundry for things they can't take back with themare ,,

.. .. ,1. ... ''tJ'; ? Klssimmee Temple, No. 21 Pythian Kissimmeemay be so conducted as the things that ere more Important SOUTHERN CATTLE RANGE ,
"' .'?< ..... M 1"'' .. .. Sisters, was held last evening{ when to become a real asset for the city, -a local cash market abundant .... .
.< ., : :;;;,-. ,, ....:....;.,. .. (( ).. ., Mrs. T. L. Comer, Miss-. _. Nesbit, and with the .Intention of creating a' skilled labor -- pickers, packers and IN OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, c: :,
ft', j"fZfal:1.' : and John Graham were accepted as business which will necessitate the all the hat surround thla 1 __ .
:ftVfi / members by initiation. The following erection of a building upon her own highly specialize industry( that is the FLORIDA HAVE BEEN ,j
r fsCrrfarm; r' were installed as officers for the !. grounds adjoining her home and outcome of 'twenty years ,'of careful ".,
ensuing-term br Mrs. F.'C. Bryan, equipping it with all needed modern nurturing and that has made this the POSTED ACCORDING TO' ,

.. ;AGENT installing officer: machinery, Mrs. A. M. Matthews, at home of two-thirds of all the itraw- THE FLORIDA STATUTES
4 t
Post Chief Ellen Gilbert; M. E. '15 Mitchell street' is securing patron berries that leave the state.-Plant ,
-- -- ''.. C.-Alice Peake; E. Senior Grace fcr what is to be known as the City Courier. AND ANYONE FOUND HUNT :

,HEALTH CLUB ,WILL MEET Gilbert; E. Junior Rosa Woodall; "Quick Service" laundry. Mr. and I
Manager--Marv. Edwards Protector Mrs. Matthews recently came to Kis- WILL NOW GET HIS LINES TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ING THEREIN WILL BE ._
The next meeting of the McFerrin iRena ; M. R. .C.-Cora Wood- simmee from Canada and bought
Health Club will be held at the Chap. beck; M Mal F.-Bertha Winn. their nice property and seeing/ the The matter in which F. A. Stroup WANTED mMdle-asod lady, active I PROSECUTED TO THE FULL j

.ter./.BolI.e op Monday evening. January . About, forty-five members _were need of a laundry in the city and de.. has been interested in having settled and energetic;: no kindred, fond or '
B-at eight o'clock forseveraryears'has'about reached children wants a good home with EXTENT OF THE LAW.
present an/d) following the adjourn- siring: to enter some business the Institution :
the climax. He anxious to have mull salary for pt'rAoual'H'ce..IUe. .
; PAUL was
4brMRS: TANLEY. ment delicious salads sandwiches, has opened. Already there Address I'oBtnfflrr Box 367, Klsslm- '
..,s t,- : Secretary.'--.. wafers and coffee were served by the are many patrons of the laundry. erty the north at Fish boundary Lake settled line of and his forever prop- mee. 4-ltK Southern Cattle Ranch, l Inc. !

free from has WANTED-Ralesman. j hd dlstrlrl man-
litigation and con- .
IIIIIhIIIIIiIiIIIIIIIIII: J1111II1IIIIIIIIIIIUljllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll[ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIlIL-l l l l stantly besieged the county commissioners he ager Is willing worth, to$150 work per hard week.and show We. Lytle Had, V., P.. ,,&. G. M... -
\ to arrange -matters as it was want to establish IOWP.tprlcedguaranteed
understood they would be arranged cord tire In this localityresrrnt

when the route of the road was alter- mouth Indiana.Cord Tire C'ompahy. fly-xc .
ed. The commisioners decided thatit

bR.'T"M.* H. GEDGE I M. / STOUT would be impossible to take from TO EXCIfANO.-T..n acres unimproved -
citrus land In Park Garden for FOOT SPECIALIST
Rull
Bass land that
his. but
V'L. any was .
sfiitr Viet.Prtidnt = an Improved little farm outside city ,.
7g3z: authorized on 'Monday a completed limits. Ca.h for difference In value.
. = survey of the premises by the county J. V. Trearo. 4-ltx

enll'inen--and the plat will be recorded X3ST--On Monday January 8. brown
in the courthouse. leather suitcase on Clyde avenue n. .
between Bullock's residence. and
WILL HAVE CANDY SALE corner of Emmett street. Steward
If returned to 1'. 11. Hullork. x 'I

The Bank With = The pupils of the eighth grade of FOR* RENT-Four room apartment:
+: the public schools will conduct can- 'lower door, everything' modern. For Rheumatism Weak 'Ankles.-
tie An Umbrella Fund dv sale tomorrow afternoon in frontof Hhort or long," time uase. Apply ai Soft Corns, Fallen Arches, Buo- ,
h the State Bank building. The mon- 7 Vine. street corner Main Klsulmmee. 4-ltx.- lons. Pains In the feet or heavySjallouses.
;k ; ey realized from the undertaking will wwww consult C. L. laler.
: 1, 'Abilityf -
.;, \ = be used to help pay for a needed o nee 188 South Orange. Orlando! C \
-000- No. SSI.
and = book-case for that grade. Report .f The ('.....1.. of Florida. i
= THE MKHfHAKTN A M KAHMKH

t Wmingnct When the skies threaten a storm the wise man and woman EXEMPTIONS ARE BETTERA .t KUnlsa ee. Florida.BANK !. the //It.le of
.'1."' ... .! theclose .f ....1.... Ueeemker -
.' .. carry an umbrella. The Sky of your Life is likely to be' = married person, living with hue- SI, 1021.REBnURCES: :
Server band or wife, whose net income for
to overcast with clouds at any time. A Bank Account will == 1921 was $5,000 or Jess shall be allowed Loans Real Estate------OUI.I.AWI BASS ff.i
on $ 8.727.11
a personal exemption of $2,500.If Loans Colla4era.l
on
Security
. prove to you an Umbrella Fund. in the dark dayi. Have the net Income of.such person was Other than Real Estate1_ 16.1,0 .
over $5,000 the exemption is $2,000. All other l.oan..f\lod Discounts 1S.164.8S ,\
k 1 .DEPOSItSINSURtD. you got one> For the man and woman who looks ahead Under the revenue actof ,1918 the' Hanklntr and fixtures House_Kurnlt-ire 6.29.80 CONSTRUCTION COMPANY -

the Bank Osceola') has Interest personal exemption aUowed a married Due from Incorporated Bank. 9.723.41
; c County an Department = Claims and _
other
Resource. 2.(10,00
:k; '" person was $2,000, regardless of _- ._ ___u_ ____
I', where they can aafel)ly. ep.Jb ir.Umbr na..FuDd?- 1.00 -= tM--am6unt-ofl1ertncome."'The-normal 43ash-Cash on't.m.------Hafd------------: : : :--- 2.286.11 1.309.14

-e'' -: + -" ; ; ". ":' 'is all need-to; -make the start here. Four the tax rate remains the unchanged otn'lt Los and Ualn- Z.48B.OB: PHONE 117 '
four first
you, percent percent on $4,000
Total ____h__a-_ __ __..l 2.R7i,89
income the and
Interest :=: above exemptions LIAHII.ITIE8V DOLLARS! "" 7.
your money earns,,. eight percent on the remaining net Praetkalontractors c
income Capital Stock Paid In_______I2S.OOO.OO
=
+ Surplus Fund ..
' ? ------ ----- 4&O.Q6
= Individual, Deposits Subject ( and Builders
y .f ONCE HERE: to Check _________________ 89,761.6
y PROPOSES TO RETURN Time Savings CertlHcates Deposits o----------- 991I 860.00 of *0t

Writes W. T. Strain, from his Cashier BUI Payable Checks Ou4tandlnic &.050011 671...> Structures of All hinds' "

home In West Virginia; AU other Liabilities-------, lOt.OO .

; ..."Please send 'me 'The Gazette for Total .. .+ : '
Bank k of L six months for ,the money enclosed. --------liteTa,1fbtate 'STONE STEEL a

Osceola County I visited Florida, about ten year* ago of.FloridaGountv. ) . WOOD, BRICK ,,.- :,
; .-..*nd>' Klssimmee pleased pfr bHto I Wlltoon."' Oaeenla. )a.named 'STUCCOS' :.r" j p
oulebmnIJ8.w.a
Now I am thinking of'golnlrlher. \OIiv..aDd Bank* do ,
wish to keep poilea Ifl1Pb$, J the.-bov* statement ls true to tbe best : ,.faaj: d
f ln that.oettoo at Florida. Of my'kapw.de' and belief. Pad 1"p'. ,
goingon,, J : J. M. WII.T.l40NCa.bler '
r.9 (A.. .. 'i * '' "'.-T--' !* CORRICCT--KTTESTt: 1 ; ..:... :
!1. to.3.P.; : -7 E.. r- aL' II. # .'f.eNF
t. rThis' Isbut'a'iarnple.of numerousrequests I R. 'B. GRABLE. -,, ,"- "'. ,' -.
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roav b* taken a.-.:trtterto r what 1 1i Dlreotorm. : BASs ;,IACC: $ASS .
i"might"-hv. happened JaM .tba'com-i '- 8ubMrlN4 '!to before me
ntissloam".folloftd 'xbelt usual custom thl.>- th'dar of SAnua';. UII. 322. "Riysl't.. 515 Spre*!*'AT*. ,
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