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 20, 1922
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01047
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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r John' L., FoaU, '. of Lakelaaa1,, Now Heror',Step The ,Ctoctr Beciaae)'li Is "* ::" '-be-Craver' Conference Seede. .. at :Salnl ;,dead Says If .Al.. Crawen anA Pra...

, "t.Ulead.* Bank of Osceola Coaaty. I' Slew' ;, Raise P....... Walcnti.'to. :bolder, Last"Week Marked By Magaificeat. ;'WBI Ia..

! ....Ytf Gcd'Peepl.' "Sell Their Slock( <.,' i, ':Th,a ,Watch the Gala ; ; '.*, ,Just :is bit wiser, because,.'jam..older Addresses ,By, Nateel Men LendAAI4.l.'Cs'' :

..'. ...--" Just,a,.I bit kinder to' those.I I/)nay;:meet; : { .. .--..... '
( :: Announcement is made of'the sale : Is 'business In any, line a,;"bit defeat Saint :Cloud wa honored las}week This. week finds the'-building. for M'
<\' 'i\\" of; the;stock In the Bank;: of Osceola, I Just>a bitmanlier,; taking ; by being ,the location of the session the. county'exhibit fast, being arrang*, "w
; .County.owned by Dr. T.' M.'Rivers,, 'ii"whosi.'Vault, Is'. I It -the seller's ot' ,Thia'lor my New Year my wish and my plea;] of the Saint Jonh'a River Methodist ed in order to display exhibits./ .Tho
".1 .",L. H. Gedge, and, M. I.: Stout, -.the' (Abe b te"'?; oJ Lord make', iegularman'.out.ofme.( ; .' Conference/ ,, and.there were present roof is 'being remodeled) windows is
/ :purchasers>> being John L. Fouts.votLakeland. '''/PoopU'Beod: 'goods .eery'weekRavet .'a ., men.tatldl high In the church circles cleaned, 1:: the Interior whitewashed,
j / .,and-bis associates., .The't ) day, but the ''cry of dull busl- \ r Vw men wtao'word."bear, much and fixtures built to display whatever
'Prospective sale ,? has .been rumored*ssdos'not act as a stimulant for This I would like to be just a bit'finer., welghv/atnong' the clergy' and- ,the may be brought to exhibit
for some time but was not culminated'tUl '/buparm'le't-->> ", -V* ', More of a""miler'.nd'J... 'of a whiner, laymen ,'The conference was presided I wish to call, your_ attention' tottre
". the annual meeting'ofhe' stock: I On-;the'other,hand it.serres'ae. A / over'by; Bishop E.'G. Richardson fact that the time is near at a
, holders 'of that Institution t which was detcrrent*-the'assertion that there istnothMffVdoing" > r Just a'bit'quickeitostretchnut...)r., hand'. .'.,*. ,, ofAtlantsr,'and there was present hand,.'for next; Wednesday morning r
; ....;.. session on Wednesday.- : "' :1 causes-the ,ordinary,' Helping I another-whoV struggling4"to"stand; "' i i< f' Rev"'R.'J-'Wade; of Chicago- W'taO.t1ll( at"ten',o'clock the door. will open to
Mr.' Fouts may be remembered atone man or, woman to.tightenthe purse. N.' .,., sorresponding'secretary of torn* the nubile. Please note that there
of the men who came to' the taJiaistance I string.'fearing that such condition 'This is my prayerfor. rJh..Nerj .Year. .to ,be: ... ( mlttee oh''conservation and ads tine will W: Do"admission charges mada
a of'this bank,: at the time will grow worse Instead ,better... Lord make'a regular-man .out of me.. ", The latter-named.. In' an iddres n oat Everyone' is Invited to come and see
.Bank '' load of' straw. ,weed ., '. ? "Methodism' New Advance a Osceola,
.when the closing 'of the State Throw' a. .or with ., bat : county can displays. .
threatened to bring a run on the one or'.leaves'Into..aJLopen-front poultry. '-. "Human progress more as In order to, make it worth JwtiIr.;
., ;remaining institution coming .-to house-whe... a dozen'fowls are confined ThU .C would like to be.:-/u t a bi( fairer;. the awllljf.or some' vast pendulum there will be(given a number of cash
,: i ;?3Ctasimmee. ralpdly as a car: ,would .and by- night everyparticle of Just a bit'beti r- nd'J t".' Wtq .rer.' -, each forward step reversing Itself:'in prises among which will be those. for ,,
;bring him wltb'o.e..?$50,000 in ,cub the" stuff Is back wider the roosting : 'I.I.m some sharp reaction.- Men who 'have the best-display different varieties-.
" 1.-" to meet all demands which' were por board..; Next morning fork-the' stuff Not quite so ready to-censn>i end .. ., studied history hare l.arnocl.tG watch of,citrus and other fruits;; en. all rarietlesofarsln ., '
; :', ..tending. He Is president of the First to the.,front" again-and at night it .\. Quicker help eves.m.r wr thefame.. the i backward swing without despair ....both-threshed.and.
. c i National Bank Lakeland, ,of the will be'back under the boards oncemovJapwU for they know that the"forward step oa' hay and other forage, ,
,, 4aie. ank of ,WinteraHaven always scratch, towards' Not quite so eaaerm.n'a.lailinp to aee'l --: of,the 'unman Vac constantly 'MOW* crops., and any other crop of Import, x
t"t!.. tate Bank-of: .Bartow; 'and the 'the light.1- &""" *! '>* *" Lord, make' regular. .. .maji'-kut1} 'of rine.. :t'" , longer& :atrocger.. The Methodist taaca: ,oa;: the farm.All track'cropa1 j
; 'J.. sof .:'Aabumd&t8."anct .thia.pUI'-i I --.m.--- are-muehr like tbe,fowls. .5-.. '...: f.. 487'. ,....; Centenarr-Srofram. marked -1)n..r. wilt ba given 'special. awards, aa also, ''
:; '"" 'merelr."m.. 'that' hedesired. They..want Might in*front of them. ; tbi would !'lik be jyt4 I bit '" ."- "' : :; ?- these;ash I.btT .: bdvina'vnovementsamen : will-canning>eiub? product,',cured "c,
" 1 .._ ....<**'*. 'u :1":1; : I Tb.yaate--habitually-against'scratching : to >> truer fc'/ '?the'corlstiatt church-: 'Dnr* rneata-of all I .kinds,;' dairy. products.: f
'r yxthls change,;: n;the'dlrectovWY : ;; "tha'dark"comers.-. The light Let of ,the wisher, and scare ff, the doer;; '-, ;.:- >< Ing ifche'' period. -industrial depression Women's; art and needle work will
n. L.- Fouti, becomes president-J j of:-yublIeIty--of. w advertising draw Broader and bigger more "to' give. '. : +", taeta-ha :bus some Might reac be 'given due attention. If there-ia
,.. back to the will'ng, 'r_ tion.but- church Denomination
Anthony, of Jacksonville *vicer 1 th.. tmqput their : : : ,. any fans'product; not named be.sure p *s
'Ii: ent'.- and B:?B. Lombard/'who. ; darkT,non-advertiser. : ; and face Living and belpingmy ;neighborj; live,- -',- : ; . are:'now'"girting"' themselves for/another am'bring it in----, :
+ \' S sldthe position' of;.aaistant.cashier. towards, the,places-that'aeem light- .This for' the'New Year'nyprayer.snd: : pleat ' ,,adrance': which will mark larger .We expect: to 'make his' axhlblt a
l' q ;, i la forwarded to the post "I caMiler. 'The remainder of'the-force and the cheer: :lord;:'resul.r' m...,out..of'me: -, than 'thos.'obtained In any previous :, ing on the ,producers'1: to bring in thegobde.

w ,w. Continue as before The interest of 1 The -man' who dolefully shakes his .... campaign. .5. .:* All .non-perishable product
;.the Banker Financing Company are I I)head and .Y'I "Things look pretty I "The spread of Christian:principles : should be on or. before1'' next '
, Z.,1Ii) still retained by the bank, and that ,!;,punk I .Wouldn't wonder If we were ...... I is the sole remedy for Uje traffic I Monday," wile ,the perishable products ,
*,' J"comp.ny will continue to act a* fi- to see Iota worse, too, before we are present situation. that is 'mo. than'an..onomle ,must be placed on Tuesday-*;,
J' 'nancial agent. ,through, with itl" Is dimming hi.bri..htUpta ..00. .. ...... 0. .......O.o. . '.0 .... 0 000 .' t. .. .O. i : or political ernerpncTJ the day before the,exhibition opens.
t, The Bank of Osceola'' County .hal', and' practically: asking The'''churches America are already No doubt it will be a splendid idea
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> prospered under' the retiring manage-1 others to',share his lugubrious views. r f i. committed to, this principle. The if' the truegrower.will bring In'
n, ment. Dr. River has been associated:His: smokestack la choked, and, rather Methodist 'church atone spent $1/V I fresh'''' vegetables each morning.
''t 1 twith |it since its inception: ;. '''.. for. Mr. Gedge has -a very large ,get action;Ian'tlit smother his fire world .concord and peace' throughout garage' In' the rear of th..r1M>>ItOfftee
:: Circle of friends all of wh6m regrel: Silly idea, its mission agencies at home and is where<{all will see .and hear the,,
',. 1" to see him leave the institution. M.I I ishaarei r towards each man SADLY STARTLE THE ,CLAIMS ITS ..START abroad.".. ', "" a ' noise., Make it apart.of,your duty ..;
1. Stout has many admirers who d.., "making i '"The Methodist church In 192f sent. see'that, this exhibit comes off in''.
: {>lore that he lea seen fit to retire ter." It 'is an easy matter. People to foreign fields seven million"dollar rrand shape.' help
. 4;;..',., ;rom any management of the' con-' need things to eat and wear just as KISSIMMEE GAZETTE ATI EARLIEST DATELarge where It la :supporting one thousand '1I011Id'eome' toKlssimmee this week a
I. j: tern. These- men leave the institutlon -. before ..". possibly more. They feel) missionaries.., In spite. of the wonder 4' d'the first two daya of next,
heed luxuries Just'as" before -_ I I/ul ,,. of missionaries 4 from' '
In good condition -and \havel.nothing that: they* success 'and; ""Jth\ lr service, art
i' but good>words'to say of:it.- cries hard thanes"dacelofthepurchasers Like Flash of Lightning From dead- fAadieace; Sunday; AfteneoB. numerous denomination- one-half jtit ,,
," Mr Lumbard 'has been with the,' I \whlch, would less Sky Came To Gazette, Office ,Listened. ,Magnificent Address by:the world bas- never heard the gospel Ingoing about through the 'coun-.
t ', s.which would of Jesus.Christ"onehalf, of the
'bank. a sufficient length'of time'to.give 'alWvK other purchasers world tlylatelyhave 'seen some,, of the
'.' t 1 him ample knowledge' all Its j jti ?:start .manufacturers; which would .Meet Threatening MissiveIt Reverend J. A. Satton"f 'I 1* absolute' Ili, taste, unable to read finest ,tnick, gardens;( in the'..county,

affairs, is. a general .favorite with,.put', more'm": ,? at work to, buy more 0- ; d'Friende'ot [\Wite\aiWor4:'of any language,and and"I mm'Jooklnr for' the grower to., ...
every patron of the lnstitntionjwill.'of the goods;: -- "- -r risr meal ..aurprising. what he;Enemles 1 Masonry"1.was'the without;anjr 4ktjogledge'.otrmedi < makeyrepreaentativa .p1a,.." """'.f. '*
0dohi.. utmost,'to .mlatta friends for]]|' ..If: evermerchant= Jn" lengths some organizations some theme of Rev::J.-A.Suttoni .;iaurgery, or hygiene.; This is' an aWe At the present time it I js uncertain'
the concern" nd"wfl' /onduct- bosl-1|would.. nuke. I : along the same conservative and conditions,and would make an wrongs or even rights sadly misconstrued e-.chool..uditorlum. and the hall afterNthecommand of Christ who but If proper arrangements art: '
'i ,.tJal-lines; lea/ atter of con j effort to stimulate through good pub'*" -makes conscience: a' most was wel-/llled| In response to the invitations .. said:':'Grf. )1'\ Intel all'the world' and be made to house the showing'all will
that so Ie ellent a force' Hcity to_- .couragi rather than dis- relentless- enemy! The Gazette more sent\out by the'' committee preach the,,' gospel'' Methodism and beexpected; show their best btrda
will; remain with the/ institution. coura..e, here. would very 'quickly be freely quoted and clipped from, than having the music In charge. Charm other f churches: are making their ap- Those interested should call Saturday
an optimistic feeling,'' ''which"'would any paper 'Florida, felt it was pursuing ing vocal 'was .rendered*, a i Pf'a\'\ on the,fundamental interests in and learn what plan.have been made. .:,.
r t 2s' easier to at swords .into touch everyone, It might'.be added a most,unobjectionable course; Waterman the:'lecture by Mia,Anna the world's t heart the world'a. mind, I, am ...rr anxious: to havt'a' good'I,! _I
lows''th.n swordsm* into plowmen. that ,, if i all the sums of.''money* sent felt that, its utterances were ever 'received '' ,.Mrs. ,H. Stanley',Bullock) and the world's ,wealth." poultry exhibit, for,,we can ta"Y..
to' distant points for goods that are In tho spirit in which-' they J. Wade Tucker and Walter T. Lee,I I In' speaking 'of the home ml.slonar do that little, thin... ..
,, obtainable in Klssimmeo should be were made; felt that it ,was 'doing a with Mid Louise Thomason at the !ar \ woclf- In the United States he' best producing!' bird*;"' ; a: ,'
OMAN'S GLOB PLANS spent in this city the change would. man's -work in a man's city.. When piano, and the invocation was offered. 'called .attention' 'to the. tremendous'' right here in thU nay.N' 1,
'I be beneficial for Kissbnmee. If all some sharp; scatching, bitter denunciations . W. IT. Dresch. D. D.. I nee\\!: jn"the rtiral communities and .how'them'' if "' ; ;' ,"
work In the line of printing which have been made The Gazette 'Prefacing his remarfcs by stating. the, great dangers which have developed chance.&j fc&,./*,;'.'< -ASteE '%:? ,
KISSIMMEE SHALL BE by all conditions should be spent in haa ever felt that silence was 'the thathe was member,, : of Bradford, In. connection, with the trapidlly- It should 1 be .understood tttt' MMI\* "
Kissimmee, wallO .spent it would better course' to adopt-for two No. 89,'-of Iowa-a fact which especially .I growing industrial and city life and will be watchmen-'oil: duty,Wkh dy./..,
enable a still larger payroll for ,The wrongs never make rig'bt-and; he fitted him ,for speaking upon I stated that there were 820.000 more and night'- thus, avoiding the mia-i r. '
Gazette--every dollar'of which wouldbe who is twice right cannot go wrong. his chosen topic the orator of the illiterate Jn the UnitedStates.above placement of any of the exhibits.: ,
k :1 GREATLY BEAUTIFIED spent- here-adding- atill more to Yet of a sudden there-came-a blow day commenced a-talk which held his nine years of age than the combined T I LEO WILSON; .*
the impetus of business prosperity. that seamed to sap the lifeblood of all audience with the most intense Interest. population of Washington, Orgeon ' County Agent.
i it Plan To CnatH.ds It is up to all the create energy-that stung a* doe 'the busy, The speaker asserted that and California. The speaker called I ,
..* and A- incubate disaster.All busy who speeding and the real commencement of. the'
good times-or to wasp yon Masonrywas attention to manner in which the
; 'I; tractive City An Being Perfected the-world sees the ups and downs hither, changes: his mind and concludes between the first and second],j I church .waadapungits I : ; program" to I LAKE; ROADS' r'
And ,Ce-eperafioa Wall Be Soarht -trade and finance at certain stated to' sit down on the first exposed verses of the first chapter of Genesis.!meetln this'problem'through schoolsemmuntty ,! WILSON :
Interval, Right now the whlrlaglg cuticle- that comes in view. --and from that period he-, gradually'' houses, printing press and, '
+r'r ._ There Ia a continuation of the sen- of business is swaying betwixt success There came'to the office of The Ga- came down to the present date. He 'Ichut' hes. A large social service program -
: Iment-in fact there seems to be apotable and failure one good shoulder tette a missive-Ornate with adorn minced no words -avoided no issue la being developed for rural and , INCOMPLETE. 'AFTER N
increase in the ,sentlment at the wheel and all enterprises will ment and a bit deceptive In decora -on the seven great Points upon city Ufa centering in the church and : '. ..
' .. set forth in The Gazette of last week be bettered-and all Osceola will tion. A hasty opening of- the enve- which Masonry laid special stress its. community activities., "
: toward making Kissimmee a.-"City smile lope and the enclosure ,was broughtto was emphasized.. ; t H
I view. Then horrors horror I Sometimes the speaker .wandered SAYS / '
in upon
: ;; *. BeautifuU": This, cannot\ be .
PEOPLE MAY NOW SECURE the following communication was from''the' subject.only to'return after .. SORELY MISREPRESENTED 'I : t
a month or a yar-yet each '
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monthof District WeadWal, _
. fallowing the'complete LIMITED AMOUNT STOCKIN perused he had made a point. He believedin. JUceive
;x;. t i' : .the..veoploialong .that'.line. will see 1- WATSON-HALL, COMPANY, ... political, freedom,. -In-:industrial ,Hl&PLACING.!OF.> NOTICE 1 : 'peter When Desired Hlghwayi Ban:'"

K r u.- .a-betterment throughout the city. Kum Kleand and Konfess freedoM, la religious freetfkm-*nd 'Mention was\ made Jn! these columns 1.1 ,Bear, Properly c....... wJ'''
''. Klssisnrnee sadly needs the co-op-_I 'Sln :. learning the plans of the: declared that never would he countenance last week vof alfoticeLof election .y i
.. f ?. ration-of every resident in the effort '.newly"in: orporated Watson-Hall Manufacturing "Yore ii n disgrace to the 'union of church and which, was, placed In:'a publication ] 'H. W.':.'Stark''d';; Frank Adams": ;
;... to :exploit: the possibilities in the I Company, -which is boundto yore community and to the state ( ontlnu.4' on Pace Blabt) other.;:than The Gazette by the ; two influential residents the Lake
", .:.."test manner. There' is need of the become one of the valuable' assets' editorial policy ia offensiveto attorney for the board of county commissioners Wilson district, were in Kissimmee
I iefort.' of every man and every,woman of Klssimroee, there have been numbers yore common decency and obnoxiousto Pat Johnston., To portions 'I' on u Monday. i looking.after business ti'
In the Initial step which must bet' who, seeing the chance for se this Klan and, are a viola DOCK IMPROVEMENTS'DEVISED of the article Mr. Johnston; I matters. These men own' homes and
.taken to bring about the ,desired re'cults. cur""',&,'' good returns on the invest' tor of the most sacred you principlesof , takes exceptions, saying: "The Ga- groves in that richest portion of Os<,
# Once the matter-Is placed upon ment, have made overtures to secure white and the In- zette' can criticise my actions all It ceola county-and both ara'bellevers; '
4 \ ..> its feet and, the linen; of action a block of the stock. This Is a Kis fizzle-bio Empire.supremacy BY A. ROSEN cares to-provided it does It .fairly; in Kissimmee but:theyfeel:, that the -As h
determined there will be less strenuous simmee concern, spending thousandsof "You therefore kommandedto but-I put;It-on record that' it can in proper- estimation, of, the section'
'. effort needed; but even then dollars in Kissimmee, and advertising be and are for trial before no way attack my integrity:" where they are heavily financially .Interested -;
: ,' ; '.there must be constant. supervisionthat Kissimmee in every state in the MysticKourt appere of the Klan at RECEiVINGJJtiMMENT Mr.Johnston'has this to say: is not felt by, the' majorityof
there ,.hall be no lapses. the anion on its thousands. of pack-, the Tampa Bay Kaslno, Tampa, at "After reading\ what The Gazette the county,, 'They'would esteem rIL
t Ifr'Klssimmee goes Into the project 7:30: ., February the 8 next "8'to say regarding the placing of :.' favor-if every resident of. the, -
'' 4f' which i* now uppermost in the mind K. D. Ci Watson has previously' to explane p.m. disrep Many., Word 'of Comiaeadation Are the noticein question I 'called the county could pay a ,visit to,that lot
yore tfi
k of 'the member of the Woman's explained that the. stock of the con duck. Said trial to be held in con- Spoken Regarding The creation of county clerk' by phone. lie informed way, a proper ;appeciatlort.would ' ,.
', Club there .hould 'be no time''lost' In cern was to be sold only to' the agentsof neckshun with the Press Breakfast me.:that'ha told a representative of be' -formed. + -
' V9 the .merging of all Interests in the the company and to the merchants of the Tampa Rotary Klob. Improvement. Leading to. DockPossiblyCouncllman The' Gazette that the said notice -was I "We 'have a splendljt locality\ out,
supreme effort. Iftrees and -more than two thousand, in number Herein tale to'be'published el.ewhere-juat as it there," said! Mr; Stark, "and we have
under of
"i.: 'era 'aid shrubs are .to adorn'and -,who 'are handling .the1' goods; but rough ride not in sticky penalty suit. ; ;;; ;;; Roach hear" had been agreed by;the commissionera some-fine grove' and a large acreage %'
f be utlfy each' home-and there I.-no because of a demand for the stock: in a "A a WHITE CAP little comment'upon the extraordi in order that no time should belo coming-on..But, to make things suit. ..
l.t reason,'save"'that of negligence, why this locality it' has been decided to '"Chief Kleabull., nary improvement on the highwayleading ,' t..- Because of this The Gazette able -for the steady growth 'of- the
t "' such conditions should not be-brought dispose of a limited number' shares "By order of the Imperial Giriard. to the commercial dock andon has lied about It-and must apologia community: must have roads. For. P s;
: '," about.-there .must be" some plan'.nd of the preferred- stock at'ten dollars the betterment of the. mane of and let the public know how the matter three;years, we have 'been agitating'' '
;I ,system 'about the'work. Under-propac each to the people who recognize the reaching, tie pleasure dock-yet there. ; stands.The Gazette has rols- this :question-and,. about two. years d '-
_. ".management-and-with the. Inborn excellenceof the.investment 'Without--- doubt. the' kommunica- iHanj'-Jtembrks-ef-an-appreviative, quotectme1apon.veral"ocea.lon; : *-=+ .go"w. bonded ourselves to.the ex
" desire that a''' city shall be created Said Dr. Watson: ti6n was Composed, kompounded and nature that are 'dailT made by visl- : and ''I ,have let''It go because 'every tent of .980,000to, build a seetion'of u. itard
which wif'b8'a:-"reat-.outherrr-eo1ll ---Thr-stock--riII-- a lght" percent kom reIHd"1l1omr1tutrllnd'1toml. Lora:.and.bum..peopl..Many..oLtheregular :: knockJs.tlwost.and-the.thin: ..dM., >? .urfsc.d.hlghwa: Slnca-.then,,?,::>. .
munity" ,where ,.the-"Visitor*' can but per annum, and will redeemed by cal kuss who had been kicked from resident of Kissimmee have not',harm'.me;' but when''it comes to _-b.v.- made but little headway.' ;X
1 r admire; and spread their "apprecia us Igrtwoyears at fifteen dollars per kollege, and then konklucjed to kon- until .recently been extremely Ignorant a matter'' of my.. Integrity'. Ill.'.sot The bonded Indebtedness was, too .1
Lion to, all points of the northern share,which will make exactly thirty- tinue to keep up' his klovor, kamou- of the.improvements which were stand, f or''itl"! ', . ?- 1 great, wo are told,to'' Justify a 'sal*'
k: .land, a< relult 'can be brought about three percent.profit per/annum.on the flage until! the- Krewe, inbulding! allUmpanlon. brought through ths.tnsJstaneeofthe '",.Over the,;phone queries , put of the bonds,and we therefore asked
t with but" little 'fin.nci.1 out.laywhleh; Investment All our resources will *,- had karrled out''the councilman that "something1'must be to xJy/LV''Over-street regarding the the assessorbo.. increase our values
,, will .amaze.e.en.therelidenta.:, be. back of ten thousand' dollars' skeme1 of karefully, konducting a done to improve the approach: the matter. ;.vMr, Over street-,did .tiot -'remember Ito any point he chose.' We who live; J '
..1 .fTiert visitors from the north andt worth of preferred stock We areIncorporatlngfor kangaroo kourt.. dock." But within .the' past )few of)having' told a represent- there do not mind the expense-al-j
come to-.Florida the majority fifty thousand dollars the state in o espondenc.lwithhetheKrewh weeks there'. have been manT' whq the of'/Th.,Gazette that the "noticewas wan --pl'OYtded wo what w. wish
ihera AXpeet tov see .....etual sub- ,butsure selling ,only'.tenthouand.dollars'"worth kourteously-vowed that he was have had .caus. to'go to-the.'{pleasure \belncr! .prepared 'for him ,by Pat .and need; but It-does seem that something .. ??
.. pica country with everythlnlf',110.. of. atock: Our kraav-rto, keep-'the r.ltommandand dock and .the .vast change all along Johnston/":and that "he -had better keep. coming up to delay mat
f ."slble 'ti'.be viewed which will bear products are, i;known. ;*s 'Watson'sWonder )would koma/. r the route has Impressed, them' 'with. eall'np that attorneyand flnd'.ont tars.-'As yon know'somiof BS have
;;out that,.anticipation. Such a localiity Worker IJne! and comprise .. much,fore:; : .". about' ItIn tact '.ha ;remembered been before the,board of commission
:: vKls,imn ee proposes to show them In ,part l Iniasontj,coughu.: :'syrup' com LEFT. FOR JACKSONVILLE .(Where "'t"T8 r there' was a plank vary.little' '0(:,the conversation.pertaining era atevery.woetlna1: the.pat'yar- ,,. '
-providedthere remover ectama-.....aalvV fact road narrow and commencing to.tW ,ttat U '
-'< tisno' ; cream 'TO ATTEND GRAND LODGE wayv> matter adding : but'tier*:seerh to :be '-an obstacle tn\
I' b44 Ji general co-operation lnth hair tonkv'.asplrin:'tablets1flulnine; f .. be shaky-so narrow that. there-was ...-baa made such a statement' was whateverAcoMrse.w*' elect, to.;,follow.;' .
rt.'I Arrangement are underway castor.-oU;.+, MturpenUne: : ;..;vkpirlts: : camphor f Williani:"", Steed Wtorsblpfof. ,:Mas. danger to' any,foot-passenger: if an an error upon his: pari---ennnnten-( Wfc dor hope- that,things.wiU'soon be'IIl-I.! ;('
histUma..taVhave specialists cone ,'aw et..spirits- nltIJ'1'lnaed.1pow'' :: tar of Orange. Blossom. Lodge, Free automobile'" essayed -to-eeopy; "'the : : t. tY u.:.M _s',very 1 busj at in tangible shape'so that we
"<:rtO ,Kissimmee,' Look''th. ground. der,;akoetor killer, vanilla aDd lemonextwicts and Accepted- Masons, left on,Monday theme 'time- then Is ; ? that read commenced and tpayed.a"vace' '.
.'. t ad....'as how best to'bring about<< : ,- eye ease;*;''planor polish? .-epaonv .. '';JacklOn.uI.,, as representative todayv* broad,' bard-.nefsad"read- Y This'e'altoailon.: Tb'-.ttortll "
e condition now hoped for;.',and It salts, j sulphur;and.-other Alines. 'at ,the Grand Lodge'.which, eon' way connected i with-the- dock.* ,There for, the commisslonera 'at era that ha > :/Bread I. known aa the mat 'ol.'litLf'; r.
"" then.that.aU.peopl.:of,'all daises W. are a..growing concern;'and..needadd4ttonati vened,.on Tuesday'In annual,,aeasion. la now,no. danger for either ,.foot-pas was..actiaaundll'' the advice of the Tho dlae of j Bncktaxl\ to. S*.' poreontbraaaV
HI I ,be surged tolloin-w\h. the pro- .epital.-to-; fill.'o..wn4Om sengersi,,01': ears-and thee rrtad,I* ajood board,In plactatha: .notice tar a-pa4 that of, li anee' is99 .paroant.wane .
ton .and eachtfo hla.Ather part ing. to. ustas'our:'goods: -are sold,' In 1 Tho'"'person whoknow j everyfhknic ;': From the commercial,dock: ."'- TheLGuette '.,:;; and we Asaerlesr sM'_.,. -SO. per ; :

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'a no-.. 6F TI ttTTk I TNEFlEdlur -: 'I'II8A. SJTISmi I : i A RI .RlllPI! f __ '. I t'LVflT aM VSIVTWI. J *.*AJ' '*a aa be the adornmentor better Judged the and table aunr prove they. rgse. ..

I se.aaaabseadted Iltcls IIF: ...Ir'e .ed.'s. .. Da* 1aip acaeel and anotierr ." .
... :;: of F"TREY ... lee Itty-lee leant. eJI itgtipt '.. .r-i9 ., tae araainsar grades for I, .4
""left. .' ., want frieisee, freasfleiet . ___........ .=di..e.b1a abe ...-,.. off eat flower w ( shall Tike a dose of Ilerbine when. yon .
k a e-p .
Oead ..... .. Lake W.-- Wade .ea all .-ta of reads. andaster .| eej exhibition during. the a.Wlloas> or constlpsted, or your1'' flI
the f reeeeatSen aY sarta of _" 5oo.. ,ye''Ithaes! day of the 'lahowla,. These stomach .la out of order. It U a aiarvl -
there sad t.. greet of eraser- a.Mu. -. of TIle Csuwttes SlY taat i*. wt i>eatd.ll .DeteiYnla do-(.say be. ft sboed every day *r they of promptness In, corroding the*..r i..

aw<.* aewas.psrraa EYprwe p.+...... We hear sMs a, Base the onl theae day sad ofPsUWvflM dares ha fid wtta turn Paekr. r |may be brecgbt fresh each morning condltloni. 1'rlc 40e Sold. by .I,..Z..

$ ""WtddI DC1t as' ...... .. ...- aeI4r the have. the toga fret Yak-a. O h -sad abeaM artistically arr.14IM1 .tHor.on
b worse piisaas we -6 Washimgteq, t. Mi.rL That _... .
1w: .iai ear Jaad today are tie Jbaasai'v" > She .. Ge. l Leeliac AW Gay AWb way '<; . .
la sot1 of taaa '
rr Trfs4ett. .to bi..... Motmel' by average more thirty .
t.... the fcaassu tiea*. retegseektasjr .
Always Ready F..A miles aa hoar waids 'tfcattttea
jlna4reds fas SaW Oe* l ea4 la JO fart sew
..... they ... .
'r. a t....a''tg ..... a resliieat see rtepecter e* fa a**** c.I sett -muck at off"eN dfofaas -w Lava a- r
at a fcrty-saOe gait. The
14kk tW *f adaairn -
'gr..p ,
b case they are tW idto Hds.eetae
chaperon**! fcr Mr, *JI MIL ; driver erftaeearfcssoaofMr. and 'FOR
die( ast-ercewtS). Why i* a girt popular.1 Leokarweadad '
Mrs. J. B. Detchea. who
ITUliaa* 1C TowaecUrc, earrWd iUIsiVn ..We bad' !rim wta. .Jeft actwol see.what peel tfase the g-ood- at tile Graystoae ,' I'-am tfor. registered ,I -- .. -.j,
with rood C*-T-x ,well a* a .week are. decoyed ..- by tw. of u have all the thML ileaaoek the winter ,
.,. IMS* "Mrthosy ake" with ever sad theee Imman vohires and as' i o. always them:.: out and tub them l. y.rtico. weQ for the -.aad the.figures. stand '
ova a* many candles; for wfce tt i* the case after they had tired bka c. 04 ntertaiBMBta. A dotk ten.1'ERTADBMG : Real Estate and Investments .S

G Ten *nl.. re4 that Mr TrfpUtt. th* of them, they. left them and now therfrls . that It.. not the dolldaee TO CHURCHES .
a tiny Labs *ee toot' th* print forUM ....... sore back borne, bet they trp. r *l men Jike m rt. tot UM nd- :
t.a'tng. meet bttfvtifsl.. intake di.pity.d have rt ... t ear the dJgrac of their t4oo -
it shoM' .... smoerstood wfcr foolish ri3r act while that eaaraC'Ur good teatarc. Any girl. who .. teed Ie. ft.
the e;b t+tO*} t.. be larre and hl V"Jn destroyer IfO scott free. 1 have and languid and thai a poor cooiplcx>'I. Hev. J. G. Waggoner, Pastor

a order .. accommodate the tvttableWvmbrr one thing t. say: the time barn come ion and daD eye can fmprvt* her
of wax tapers. when we matt have oae standard of}condition and be far .. r'ii- ah* 10:00 a.. BL-The bible school meetsto F. A. NAVE ..
The affair wa a matt pleasant one morals. and not ono '1... the girl and win simply tab Cwfo'a Pvpt Man, study Elijah's Flight aDd Return
for *Q ttnrvmA 4 proved a great one for the boy. If the courts daft can nntU she has pot beg blood intogood Come study with vs. f

.surprise for the host.M4 or .-'t....... out jostic to this eoad tioD.. Bed Weed atom 11:00 .. m.-Lord's Supper land; ." . ,i,. ;:
1 class of people then I say it i* time '/oil of life" and -r ll.oI life" Mvallymcaaft sermon" en The Doaiiaaat Idea of
care ..... Fever. for, the .-iJ ...-. committee to ridthe'coontry bappiacaar Ltfe. The cheapest high-clan "modern home in' Florida, 1 t
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of this daM of ondersiraUes. | Try CooVa, Pepto-MaBcaa and. aeehw 7:30p. -.-Address. Subject:"Nat furauhed with furniture. Se at 'a
'' pur4bndnew First Volume- To Our throughout new me once. -
1 EveataaOy yon well 'as* mvch better you fecL Dod.nflaa anceG.d's :
rite i n whyYou fMt f Yoo will find.them everywhere sad used It nearly Wrt.years for Any. kind of term.
they do not confine their. operation,. to rundown ........- It-help AD BtCKber expected to be ptesOut i3
two I have ia get:welt Sold ie' both liquid an aDd be boats to cordially welcome If you want- citrus grove I have !the best one in ,:i
stranger and friend to an
mind nave teen operating all the way an 'dtaMei forav-(Adtrertiaeaieat.) "ice. servePrabyMeien the county. A great bargain if taken .l once. A fine ::1J
from Orlando to Tampa and the Lord ,
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only know when els*. -Clued .bouH. stock:, chickens, and lull equipment go with thiapo'
Most girls are such sflly fools that URGE ATTDCDAMCE- _
Don't mill this opportunity. .
they go wild over a new boy who ha ATFPUL OBSEQUIES Rev. W. D. Drescfa, D. D-. Pastor .'_ )i iA
fast come to town. It Is strange .bowquick fin* modern two-flory house ia the heart of the '
they win allow themselves to The funeral, of the late James W. .:4$ a. IIL-S."CIa.T scbooL
4 get acquainted with a new fellow not Mi7 held. last Friday, was largely 11:00. a. r.-Worship and sermon: best section' of the city oa the best lot I have MIll ion .'

knowing one thing aborts* character .attended and only (the fart that the T1M'aMna.. Use of Prayer.*. A great bargain. Must act quickly.J -ice.Iow. .
rust so be can emofce ciraretsaad otweqniea followed ao oniekly the de- Communion service. .aFlonda.

.p talk silly. G. B. WOODALL. mlae that doe notice throughout the 6:30 p. m-Junior Christian En A fin chicks and truck farm of 20 acres. A great
county could not be propedy'givenprveeated deavor. 4
666. care Malarial Fever. a most aaacaal cavalcade 6:30 p. m.-Senior Christian Endeavor. bargain. Will pay. for itself ia owe year if properly ':'

ae Are Sure II following the body. from thelate I bandied. If you watt a nice country place. don't miss .
INTERESTING ITEMS hone the Interment
to at RoehflL 7:30 p. m. Evening services Ser f
4 I Brief services were held at the Theme "Value this. > .
!, yrk CONCERNING DOCTORS .mon. : of Talent.
To Lose The doctor -U-ant; person we dough-ter, . ,. service.7:30 p. Wednesday Prayer. I want to locale yea.. We have the bed and cheap- i

meet when we come into the world,land the ton- Jamee W. MQIer. Junior. I est place to locate ia Florida. We can produce a ydria.. ', -x
and unless we re out by accident,! were gathered.-together with'themore 1Lda.iIiIIt a.rcta '
intimate friends .I We have some good bargains. Remember our place over '.
'he I. the last with us when we tea.... At the cemetery
Wavea ,.. play. a ga of caaace wtA 'I SIKh devotion I I. worthy of the highest the cervices the.. conducted by - Rev. R. P. Hodnett, Pastor the Osceola County Bank. Come in and read the new "
praise, and that I. often all the the member of Masonic fraternity
Fire ,..'r. sere t. .Is... ,..'.. doctor gets for it. -the deceased baring been for 9:45 a. .in.-.Sunday school. and write your letter Get acquainted We will that'you -,.,

I A doctor i I. a matter of necessity.. many. Tears a most exemplary member. 11:00 a. mv Preaching by the pas right Call on or address

hIf Peen aa eppeatat w.. plays. a need him oh, nay, I The floral offerings were profuse tor.
kneed nerve and 6:30 p. m. Epworth League devo
do him. and if be had the elegant. '
cree&eel fame.Property I to vrecent his bill just after he had I James W. Miller was- a native of tional. l'
palled yon out of the hole-one of .Sooth Carolina, and was born in 7:30 p. m.-W. C. T. U. lecture by F. A. NAVE

P) e those holes, yon know, with a marble 1858. At O. age of eighteen ha left Mrs. Lon 8. LaMance. Seats will be
longer 'home and for some in i'I I for members of the W. C. T.
no would be
owners top on it-you glad to pay yearswas rUrerved
any amount be might ask But lateryou Texas and other states of the middle KISSIMMCE, FLORIDA
.. chances with
Are. They
7.:30 Wedae. .
went Thirty he p. m- Prayer
feel different and yon charge him -aeyen year ago
Pfr recognize the valu of adeqnate with graft when he charges you. witha i came to this locality.-prior to the meeting.

protection against fire sum which would have seemed formation has since resided of Osceola coonty.-and SL Jeia' (Easscayal) CkmtA vvv v vv6aev ** vvv v e e .
small enough when you thought you hero-always making .
loss Inthe Hartford Fir were going to 1 lose It alL But thisis friends by his upright and manly Rev. L. H--Klrkby Rector. .

Insurance to a considerable extent the's . method.. He was looked upon as the .. -
Company.Ash' fault because he should never inferior of DO' man-the equal of"any Third Sunday after: Epiphany.

.. let a patient get well enough to feel -and the superior of maaHi.word. 9:45 a. m-Church school.
frisky. until the bill I I. paid. was his bond-> and"every,trust 11:00 a. nv-Morning Prayer and
for say .farther la/ematioa. Call! One reason why doctor ro often reposed in Thosetlwboskneww him Sermon. Subject: The .Faithful
" need money is that one doctor doe carried _1. Centurion."

,) WM .-.. ' "'l' not charge "another' for professionalservicef. best loved. Mm( most-> and big; aoddew Sojourners in Klssimmee, cordially

Here Is one of the greatest taking ...'Jeftaniches thai ariU.r. temptation a doctor is called upon main for long unfilled. .

to resist to wit repairing another First Baptist Chorea '

doctor until he i* good as. new -.JIcI CARD. OF THANKSThoroughly .... 4*
Carson Farmer getting nothing for It, when by CfUietI Rev. J. A. Sutton, D. D:, Pastor. FEBRUARY '

ly I letting him drop out, he might notonly appreciating, the every t
courtesy extended ns atthe sudden AU are welcome to the following
rid of
get a competitor, but se
p AGENT bereavement thrust pan ns we wish cervices at the church-house on Sunday
awxn ,. cure-much of his nractice.. But no I : .
.... .f. Instance Is on record of any.-doctor. to thank the many* friends for their .: _| Brunswick! Records t
kindness and help to in time I 9:45 Sunday schooL S. L.Lnpfer .
If" doing this.,, Doctors are pot; nearly ns our a. m*- ,
USE SLOAN'S TO a* bad a* people in debt to them of great sorrow and to- those who so Jr, superintendent. "
they are/ Lampton. in Upp neott.say. thoughtfully expressed their love and 11Od'a. m.-Sermon by the pastor. '-ON SALE TODAY 1,,,. ),
friendship with flowers do we also Theme "Paul's. Allegory of LawandGrace. ,.
.EASE'LAIE BACKS AT SAINT CLOUD SCHOOLS return our sincere thank.; \ ." OPERATIC itAct ,.,"

+ MRS.. JAMES W MILLER 6:30 p m/-B.' Y.. P. U, and ..service. 1M I to'desa. C inMI ( U F/eklo-Fnm R/ ,
Ao best when Dr. T. A. ,;; of 'the state board .., .-. ,and Family. i \ 't''' .Lee ...III Iv.reo Tenor? la llama...........r....Marar: Cksles,, '*k);' (' N
your : !
YOU'a.'t '7:30 m-Sermon. Theme: The
Ie end of health spent last Friday In the p. "CONCERT '. .-
every >buade'a RESOLUTIONSWhereas .
of View of Life.
schools Saint Cloud Proper .
ache with fatigue, work of the health-das completingthe which 7:30 p. m. Wednesday.. Prayer -1 rU r..I& (Treubt.kor-Tharer) lIOra_....rao....... ....t..' .

ti rs4isg.and Liniment freely, trM.t had been Inaugurated by Miss Es- : We have learned with meeting. . ..... .u Ernst T** (nur..-.. ) Tener... ..........The*. BCarle
.* enjoy a penetrative telle Bozeman and MI. Albina Smith regret that 'our Heavenly Father Preaching at the Second church Lye I. Werl4 .. Wnltlmc fee th* Bowie. of warmth Th Karl.
glow and comfort. some weeks sgo. This was the sec seen fit to call to his final ha'j each Thursday. evening at 7:30. ?-. Uetan U the Merklac Bird (Winner) Bird Veloee by Mutant!
Good for rheuimtism neuralgia. ond visit. of Ir. Blinn-whom pupil place James W. Miller a Free seat and a welcome to t.N I! { ..IIcKe.. 80ar.oo. .....1.. Till'.t
sprain. and .train ache Cnrlr-HeMlee 'Babk'jr''aopras..Mart.
sciatica*, tore mu.c4a.t* : sal* and joiata pain and are always glad to .... member of this association. strangers a* well as those who belong Ttfaat' .
Whereas: During our a.lloelaUon.. here. INSTRUMENTAL
th*after effect of weather exposure. W.... Addressed Crafemea with him we had 'learned' to love
1 I KanuM OAnw Sta i. .. .
( > isad) le (Ruble.t.lnFlan.
M Tor forty yearspalo's enemy Akourabbor and respect him; >and, .CIubt'--. sees-1.... forte dolo..r r....... ...Op..... .. ...Leopold 00cI......' .

.. KttpSlotH'tfvniy. Miss Wilma Davis, of Saint Augustine Whereas His low will be keenly (Pentecostal) ...** t. OnprieUan (11:1.: ." Violin Solo. ....Bronlelew Buberaua
At dtv licensed In the Methodist felt not only by. the Board of Director Corner Brack and Oak Street U*
alp fltt-35c. 70c. |UO.iniment , a preacher Winter (Qlnnaunow) Violin. 'C.IIo and PianovedUk ... ,
church was one of the speakersat *, but by every member of this .- Taual.huee
the recent 'conference at Saint association; Now, therefore, R. D. Walker Minister. .. Folk Sons. (wnden) Violin. 'Cello and Poe: . 1'.10 -

rloa Cloud. Her activities among the Be It Resolved by the Board of Important sets Arieeleain*-Mlaoet (Bull>. ..........Veeeella'e Italian BandBl -,'
Junior League of the state have. Directors of the KUslmmee Citnu 10:00 a. m-Sunday school. l.eeen Ant.I.. ._. . ( _>....... .,Veeaella'a Italian BandVHM
A lessen. Classes for all
brought to.her. this honor, and it i I. Grower Association, that this ao- ages. (Roa.braok) Baaopbone. Bo\4l..r-' .... .Rudy,Wledoeft
: ..11:00, a._m-pi Special Bavuph*** Fanbute Koaebrook SaXCpbon .
( ) Solo
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elation h.r.bunder. tb.widow __,
.... probable she will be given a mission to message for all-especially. young .. Ra47' W1.deft _h- __
church and of former memberour
.( In Jacksonville .* her first family our .
sincere sympathy and be It further people. POPULAR b'
..... . -- . .. .. . ; I IRaolv.dt 7:00 p. nw--Divine worship. ,Evan- Mir U i O.. Alley (Car.yamhh.Strand Mai. Quart "
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-. gellstic. Inspirational Song. Bella *t MhudM Mahony-NTlB. ) ., . .Strand Mat Quartet. . I
That we feel in the departure "M'' .
Timely messages for alL Everybody 0-'l. M..s (.ullI..ra.R..otb.I'. T.nor.Jam.. Craven
James Miller that
of W. our invited. I Woo ttf ttmmmf ('Bnad) Barlton..araat Uar _..
association has suffered the loss of ..'. "... T Mea T'. ..
.7:30 m.-Thursday. Usual'mid- ** Cry ( cIUI. ) T'enet't. ,
a good friend and the community a p. ills { AI B. ...Pn..h.You..f.) F.nton'. Orchestra. t..:
( good and upright citizen; and be it.further week service. Praise. Testimony.: lie ..._ Lew .... (BernardBrlr) Tenor with Oroh.tra "
rIiQxToN & SCHMIDT | "AI, ,Bernard with Carl ".a...'.-Orehaetm.
cold.. '
MS relieves
quickly A
Reiplved. That a copy of then lies .1 frMndr'm' M* (KaJmar-Conrad-Motian Billy) Tenor Jonee ana Mate Trio.! ,

resolution be mailed to the family COUNTY_AGENT SOLICITS' lie rapper flea (Brown-Von Tllnr) Tenor and Barlton .
Billy Jonee and,Brnast Bar.
of Mr. Miller and a copy be spread -l
000 upon the minute of this association.. I SHOWINGS FOR EXHIBITSMis FOR DANCING ,F FBtwerot

B. C. MILLER.C. ;;;' Trot (Ald.n)......... . .l.hUD Jon.f Oreha.te ,
demonstration .
A. GARRETT. I Albina Smith, home atnlu..u Y.. D.-Foz Trot (I.bam .10"00' ,
agent has issued a call for 1." laham Jonee* Orcheitra t I

JOHN 'S. CADEL. help to Pall citizens\ who may have a Baewflake Pos Trot (Moron) From "Oreenwleb Villa... rot.
WILIARO V SERVICE STATION Director of the Kisilmmee display of any sort for the coming .IIe { ". ." ...aene Rodemlch'a Oreb......>. ,
Citrus Grower Association. lie April 8h.--Fo. Trot i8llve.s) From "_mho' .. '.'
agricultural exhibit-and there should Oene Rodemlch' Ore b.u. '
RESOLUTIONS IN MEMORY. be a nady';response to' her appeal. {.m Cncko Over To_Fo Trot (Mlteboll. roo".) .s.
.i I 'Miss Smith says: 1174till t ... Bonnie K.u.....* Orcheatre' ,
.11fMNNgH' '... " '." "O' ," " " '. " ". '" Whereas It has :-pleased Almighty ,"In regard to the woman' exhibitat lie n..- Blue*-Fox Trot (Frlend-Oirborn.Bennle ) Oreheatrmon 1 )..'Y......
Kruef ;*
...: .:-....- -_. _- -.. .,. .- ._.. God to call from our midst'' our beloved the agricultural exhibition to occur of Iwv.wait.. From "Bloaeom Time" ; .it8.
.friendand' brother James.W.-.-,. next week it 1* especially'neces. Carl F.ntan'.Oreh..tra ;
sarythat' all those having display ate woes Shall We Meet Ag.l.W.knwhitln., ,
Miller who was one of the oldest and Carl Fenton'a OrchatrrThe ,
Central Store of art needlework, canned goods ofany.sort ,
Drug most respected citizens of OcceoUfcounty Sheik-Fox -
(Ted ..,.d. ) i
and'a'true, and faithful tPYth--.' ,* and other. articles- which t Rod, WIa4ooft._ Callfor.iar ..,,_,
Ian Knight, to.that City. not>made prove of interest toanyone, std IS....8aTl TPwflri pJ B5 TrOt'(H.ttrtv"tM.>'ttlw) u ..

' ' . with reap the reward of his. shad leave them at the ..fair buildingat .BuUjr vriedoeft;. Callfornlana. ,. ,:

"" .... Bon &O-.oaU .U-1.1oo. .that. tneyare-tha-food-element*.. l.boral--' ___ anytime' on Monday afternoon or} -- ,*ne. KaLeA1"0"Dearie". . .. . .Trot. ...t(.Jromo-Kra.. . .. ......)'.Carl From....Good.Ioa.. Orchestra Mernla.. ..''
io VLM4EN; Teed Tebleta. ADd generally lost through sureness and Therefore Be It Resolved: That any ho"ttrru..dayn8Jl"" -- gee THoe abo-N.H FoX7rol'f.J..m..B.J'J.trGduel.-: .'
:y 11 i, which make you weigh while we mourn hit loss we bow in ,, properly.,cared for and protected Toddle" from "Oood 110'''.'.'. Dearie" Orcbatrat1Tl .
?e rf, bank I'JIIftDtee behind tJlill'1IIMtrk. what you should, give you" a clear' humble -ubmlsU to the will of our.Heavenly ., against 10... By no mean forget Carl Fenton'a, )
'i .able product. skin and rue)' complexion- and .Father; j .the canned produeti.. Candies.bread: .r.L a>v. M. With n Bmtlo-rK Trot (Burtnett r? ) ,... "

'M, D; ..Bar fa rend that I' CIOIItaw all furnish the slronKth and vitality That we extend to the .and baked goods, together. with other ... ... No Mora la> M.Fez! TrOt arlellack) On\atra c

'!'i'ts threes 01 ,,be pNnItNl Tit.&minAe.and .vlgw' ; which mean perfect' our deepest sympathy in this:showings, will be.gladly cared-for by Carl Fenten'e Oroheetra C I, .
)y AUthorit/e.ablethat a day', tmat.r basic,.. '<* sad hour( and commend them to Cod'''those in charge. : -FOR SALE BYWILDER'S .
4' I.menUSJetabletsistlteoquiva-. CiwV L-JtIl.NYnslTablul/ a, who.alone .can comfort and heal- the l: "1I4n.. S. iC Bullock will': have ,. '''If.

w ..01 three cakes tll baker's yeast .a trial. It will do what U.-claims.; broken heart ...> i' f- -r charge'_'of the"china painting department .. STUDIO .... "-
y a Your money bock U it clooanX of the.'r.selutloni ; .Mrs. M.' D."Alexander will'have ., oIt. -x' :
.. dagJM-O' Yeast CIOQo That, a- copy '
DcI iit' sent to the family and that charge of the canned goods; and .. IS, Broadway. ; > ICJ"I_ I
-bUUdiD. a copybe .
h=-s otbtr.. IntUt V1M-O-GEN\ YcutWhkei spread on our minutes and also' Mir*..L. H.' Ingram,.-.....tea by.114,.. .. ,' \ -,
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. -,0. Elisabeth Waring and Mrs., J. Z. 'F 111"h
.I..i i. ielinS te;taeLash, fs tb" .oad'.Blwdiata ubMahe:jay' The.. .. Klssironiee,! _(ValleyCommittee; jRob.rton.-will[I look' after:tII. needlework .: .......... ....-..

"... ..... .... ealenUsI to' p--i. sad beware el" ilaferiesr. I ... . 'If'' t C.. STANFORIf I I I II ; and others will be called anon z ; .M. '.:;....,

z Wt ..... and strength;r kabctitutee and Wtukas'S .., .,.c...;, .i. W.G.rORIFFIN..: f i,when it may be found necessary..Th : -. _, i _",
buildinghas been brightened-inside
T. L. ;COMER. ,
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''f - the .roof that have been demolished

'-.' I ne'f.. ';"''. ability to handle poultry have been' made \water-tight to pro-

.v'.. jn uch's. ) ,way that they.wfll taI'D1 vent'any-damagfrom: raln'.olf,,heavy
S ., ....,t.** ...**.**, rafh.r-thn, fat,!t d*.*.- .'A'rule 'will-be- rigidly enforc
determine the. .uee... of the pouN.:..4that non of the-goods on"dllpl.7 N

... . 'f tIDo" -- ' :. -- .. '- ,,:ball?be .In,any''"way vhandled-which" ;- -- - - , :.- '

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FOR, SALE!, :- OR SALEI l 'Christatae"Shopping" Now;Tale la Bight that,:conea' :jitafcis[, lore. faieltl.l. We r'L
r; '' advertisement In the Lake. The fool pays- from 'a"dollar to 'a house after the son:goes.deem. and
CASH, ONLY" !, TAPPING THE' under date of ;Thurs. dollar'"Q' a;/art to throw bunch of the son come.,up.-and the ball< will ....

m", My;1I m.. Northwest 'corner- _JOOx 8: dirty balls'!at som*" dirty>dolls on a lt.t'acouplayart ; "if" 'he doesn't, "." less.
for Christmas Sta-1 "P
rack.-andwalks oil with dir
dirty it.
il" (160 feet: lot White bungalow" Two 1" ,Sy '1'BOIUf 1 ,-.Cand,.Parses,'Flash' ty cigar if he has any luck; the a wise

'.> -Jieep large flowing clothes-closets.well.Land Cement set to walk fruit;!. *, .Ivor/Toilet' Je1e.,. man buys 'good tlfstdollar .The Classified Column of 'The" *. .
and throw it .- *
can Gazette give splendid service.
sjiand.,. 'paid.., house"'partly furnished. Nor Bank Bills. Eyether. Self. ;j jI Buy 'em any old time. .
Reason .
Taxes '
for selling Say a, medical .magazine:ir.."'Oofn.o I .
ii .">" ',lath ht family. .Bungalow too" large- .. not spread dtsease.1 Glad to learn nq the I -;.< .. .. .. ............... ........ .................. .i..
lol'.Jn80Call', that. what few coins I gets read other's I The Boys v .
'' at 1004' Mabbetie Street. nothing 'a-tall-except a hot*roll with each Herald in telling about
rY "Kissimin....-' batter-and that very ,thinly.- other boys ,found in that
: *. Safety : ."They will be held here
Evidently there are ota In Ken* That's the arrivalsofYtheir' folks

_ .. ..... ... . ......... tuck,., where they don't "roll their The today." If the boys
own." Three counties nave been column bad,shape as the herald
- JtO .tax: now: found where no auto II owned, and tors.". the .parents cannot ,
there are six: counties where there isnot but ..1 ,too soon. CAR
: motor-truck. *
a single solitary
LUDEN'Smenthol} WhewJ, are Cariosity '.
a, /* .* ,# their 'appears. .to know why BO '
Wonder .If, H. Was r of \ wa*'observed about the
Now papers are making much talk Senator Boise .Penrese at NEW PRICES
over the fact that Christopher Columbus Aye., ,Not' newspaperman
was not born in 'Italy-but in The ear the cemetery- *'
,cough drops Portugal. I wonder if he ,was the over moment the hour of the F.. O. B. DETROIT' ''' x
f ** originator of the frequently-used ship was kept,a secret-and the i .
janrce C it expression; : "Hard-a-port- fools.1 was were kept., closely guarded *
Port you geeel"! ' Floyd which patrolmen individuals ,
'* 4. 4 4 at their, peril." Still there Effective January 16 :
J straight Beauty Only Skin. DeepThcEskimo sultant in aU walks of life.. .
; tsleeps'in his white bear should ; ,.4 #*-
T CIVE'QUICK RELIEF '- T.kln.-''. ." r1.1=Discovery- .
L t-a: v *- YoII_r And he-sleep! verywell I am told. Floyd have decided after?a long "CKassi ---.r-- -----' 85 '
w 'a.u..... She slept last night in her .bar.. white ; ; : investigation, and ,ar S $. : .
C ,, :...NJ'J'.J'. ....J'N.J' N 'f .kinAnd Oh.: : .there 'is 'no oxygen or \" .
,she took a terrible cold. the planet Venn:, Well. '
;. ':'Eustii 'Region. four' J'OU."E that' settled. Once ,I saw Runabout $319.00
: really haven't.the slightest doubt : '
: in art
Hoar: ' 4 pan; 7 to tl,p.m. That she captured an awful cough 9uart.s ) of "Venus painting. Rising' From an The L Touring Car ,I. -, ,' $$348.00

KISSIMMCE Yet, '.think about.of the. -trouble. sh'd brought '. and..that.-proved-that; she .
water '
Had, she taken that baresldn. offl I the, a ; Therefore or I'm or reckoning anything Truck Chassis - $430.00:,
BUSINESS COLLEGE: Thank:Yon For* Explaining each scientists and the artists are .' }
That describing Yassum.
:; Merchants New has association : "
and FarmerBank Smyrna an * : $580.00 t.
use Coupe ,
dubbed the 'Daughters of Leisure. .
Building Klsslmmee Florida
a Better ,. .
I too. Kisslra-
sure guess they are, .
mee has a* big bunch of son of lei.ur.oproof'.of I paper In q oting'onih... Sedan '. 645.00 -
in made, in At. -
which may t>e foundat
.thafthe .
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JAMES minister said .
D MacOLASHAN. Principal almost any hour of the day;bypassing : -
Commercial Department along Broadway and gaging lecture wont work now but
into the park. Yassum.Thorn,,' in Said I I a day,'' and they ,
Klusimmee Valley Gatette. way- such enormous salar
W. also have, the Sons of Leisure "the' -they-won't work but --:-
These ore the lowest prices of'F rd' cars : ;
, :, Stenography and Typewriting ," and like the "Daughters- you days in the week. ,
Leisure," 1t Is-a social club composedof woman the dopes that Brough '
..;:. -. winter visitors in the city who I I style said it. He'might have In the history of the Ford Motor Company.> ; ; }
are busy men in their northern homes less so will work but six hour," ...
Special Instruction in Secretarial and can afford to take life while -oh,' pastor would ever
easy coming place: 4):
WorkNEWBY; they are in Florida. We have the ed wont work but six hours." Orders are fast, so yours. ; :
other kind. too. but they do not tarry away I thank you. '
long-as the demand for road builder * # promptly to insure early delivery. ,,

Yi hl/ Is too greata/ this busy eit,. .- Very Dig .
New Smyrna Breeze. The Okeechobee News:
CC. vice: are about to bore for ,
INN HOW ABOUT THIS? I say Kissimmee. Coinci-
out of with this event Con- *:""
r There i.i really no set !rule as Sears is home and I. P. TIMMONS

For conducting a newspaper and a for., his guest William .. \. .
Except to print allthenews. of that .&' Bryan.- Sanford
Which, in the editor's .* Dealer .
opinion to How dare .you speak Authorized
': j :I: YOUR I lis fit to print- have ? Has. Thor.left
', to tell the truth.Thete's'considerable that T
SPECIAL DINNERS 1 taste even temporarily; but.
' Between brand of editors do Dot in a class with.. silver '' \
I And that is why one man' *" either, orators like "Our.Joe" and ... ..... .e>,..tv0 .MM, *.OflO..OMM" ...tOMfM' ..tM>_ ; '
May cut down on space' ''T thank ." I cer-tain-ly'am not.
Regarding dome special article. .
Daldn Avenue Phone 221 Where another'man "pads"'it-. Wu
And gives It a "big head. 7J
-KISSIMMEE* -*?*' There la BO editor___Mr. '
Who does not sometimes err; .'I./ .1 f ,I'i
And no editor;"however old, *.
Or how long in business," ,r '
; Willson & .Aultmane' Will ever make the claim : '

That he knows it all.. :. ,
Yet the contents a paperRests < OU Lily White- Sale .

REAL ESTATE:: 'newspaper entirely' is on..a menuIt'covers ,bead.A -. < :

.> much ground- <<
r Yet all 'contents ..v&fLtF . _. ..
T 11 barliflgtori Avc. KissifB! cc admiredBy ''' ''''' .. er.
Are not strongly ,::" "} ' '. ,. < :" ,:
every individual\ patron. Lfj S I 25 and '
: Mr. A will) suggest TV of : :* January .End&MMday;, .
That all politics he taboo JL' V.Ii 'w .X : -V.* > 5i- '
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Yet Mr. will advise _. ':January! 30. This Is, One of Our BiggestAnd'an :"Annual )Event*

.. NOTICETO|| HUNTERSTHE Writing more political dope ..
=------ I And All the slashing society down"uff.f event that increase* in Popularity; more and more.every year, for it enable cour, friend* .to purchase wanted saerchandite -

f Mrs.: C says she always at eosMidesable ,price reductions and also introduce tit .the" most opportune time,,Fabric:ot f white..:and_garments: white,destined

PASTURES OF ThE ,'"Dotes" on the accidents to be told for the coming Season, at Sal. Price Reduction*;. i... I
I But hates tales of -1 -p. 4'

SOUTHERNCATTLE" RANGE : And wishes those aIm ilated. ,..: :,

''IN OKEECHOBEE ,COUNTY,'' I I All Mr..the D would-religiour eliminate notices Everything In White On Sale .\- ': :': : -::- '. -."" 'h

And have that same .f
space ; "
Given over to sporting events- '- Dress LinensHandkerchief ..... ; .". .;,. .' : .. '
POSTED>> ACCORDING TO While Mr*. E declares White Dr*.. Good LinensTable ,Whlt* Silks. ': ". ,;",. i, "
That sporting>news is lowering ti
. LinepaTable .11 ' :"r, .
THE FLORIDA STATUTES; And she would much prefer ? '
That entire sermons be printed. -; .: -'- .' :.Plain and Fancy Vollei ClothsEmbroideries Crepe de Chinee. ' ",. -. I '
AND ANYONE FOUND HUNTING Mr. F'vows that all tales ( ? "tea t! ,. .. 'Organdies I Canton Crepes !J"I ,..,-, : :::
"""c THEREIN. '. WILLBE. .Carry Of crimes a lowering and casualties influence "4 ..,'r._, ->'..';;b-' .....'...... Madras "- "-.-" '_ ', -. .--. --' -- -_- ".-, .- Satin Charmeuse Brother-. ",.T; ., ..=,..,'_" ,_ '.. .' t
Poplin' I ; ; .
And .should be censored ,., x
I ; ,. . Laces .
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While Mr..O-strongly maintains .Soiaette -4 TaffetasMeteora
EXTENT OF.THE LAW. I I That.the way to stop wrong .;; ".y',,'oJ. ." BatisteNainsooks .1. White Hosiery ,r,.. "; . t., ..P. ::r... ,. "

t, Is to plainly show.itup.And ___ PirettesSport ," 't" J :t/t..1'/ ,.; .,...',>,, SI''p" ,' <. "

Southern Cattlei Ranch lac. 1,That so of goes a. newspaper the gay _, Lawn '-..'' i iMuslins UndermnsliasPhillipine Satin. '-trl;';"" Mir ::-s, ,;r' j '
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.. a I score of people Baronet Satin : ;
LytJe ,Hsfl. V. P. G. M. |To censor" from their views "" ., Cambrics ', ... Towns Satin Franea't:1' : : ,. 'M (I The, contents ,of any paper.' I . Sateens '' I Phillipine ""''f Satin' Etoile ."J !'" ) :'. .
1+ A. it was going to pre_ ,. ;..." -' Ratines ; ' Phillipine PetticoatsNainsook '' 4., ."y'I." '
v Coil CrepeGeorcette .
the all . '
With column ftlled- .
And allow each .vi,itor'to : : ,,.. Etc. Etc i. ;; i' '.- -,' 1- Bloon-. Gowns '- .r:: I,4' ": "
Notre--- +-:
;i!; Blue-pencil what; he'd deleteOr Indestmctible --- -- -

I It'. ; I suppress.ortcensor, Teddies Eta, to. "
BA" 'SS' And tworthirds of the columns ,. ... Corset Cover; .. s-y
\ Would be entirely blank. '. : Muslin Drawers a; ,
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And the .remainingarticlesWould c ., .
': Vesta .
be about a. insipid .
,, CONSTRUCTION,. COMPANYPHONE'11f' As a glass'of home-brew Children's, Gowns ,. ; ,J r
Left'uncovered over night. 'Children's SlipsChildren's "
r ", People ..'a "'whole people 1' ,\-. ... DrawersWE . 'r .'
Must take'the entire .r ,
menu : ,,
.!.. '' And pick out what they wish; PAY.. EXPRESS CHARGES.O/Y: / ALL our OF''ORDERSWJ11I'1HE: : ;INCEPTION. 'Or;.IURNfURE""AND'RUCs; "! : : :-ii
,-- And editors will'continue .
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Pr tiCal -;: ..... To give interesting news v ,;, Our Rat Room ia i at your service and as replete with' every convenience' and in charge'' of.,a...competent:!,maid. :"' ,, i1. -; .
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Unbiased. :unafraid.: undietated.. ". : .. ..1. .."A rj,' ;"' ",. !,., .

',Coatradors.and 6VUderi Never Statements'harmed written-righteous truthfully < :;. WE WOULD: APPRECIATE A VlfflFR&MjYOUDrees ; .'
.' .. .... .. - .- a cause,, ' .. \ "
. ... \ . ,( '" !o-//', ...f'0 '. I.Bat-ban -very\frequently : ''''':'",..1.::.:: ,. : +- .
Caused bettennentlloLconditf" : l :_ e.a_ .....::....---- ,,_ . ' ..., :' .. ,.... .,
';Structures. :of f.j.'All I. .Kinds.... Men Because hare they suffered told the financially truth; >; rb. "( ?;, .. ',, ... ... :S-SIjt 'DEPf -CtT: .v.A. ENT3 ,"- .- .., ".1_, .tJ'.h''.'ror ,j"
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M. .e" .tT ..
r. _. / .:.- '.. : :,' But From-a.they moral suffered far of''more,4.w' .......' 4tir ' .. Goods Silks IIos<.gr.TGUet Geode Art,.,Infanta,'-CorsetsInterior' % ,' \\0. .
point '. -
WOOD STONESTEEL -r; ;* Lacea,.Wash Goods Beauty Parlor.Men's 'FusbiturCarpetr's':: "a. .'t'if'
Whenever endeavored .
w y
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,. .To' the "' ,t 't 1\ LInen.' Notions FurnlahmgsMen's Decorating.f'ar ,
.N.... y 'STUCCO. ', . <-.. "Pass buck vv t ,1 V ; ;
'. : ., ." '"" '::;: ". ', And essayed to carry"water, > \ %< ::1/1/ ..J v! .It. Gloves, Ribbons. ., Shoes: ,Ladies' Shop Best Boom; .t.'.,... ':'..,..L.. ;{' ?*, {'.',f

'P.iaH.g.' 'aiaG' Upon both:.sbonlders./ \'t''u ,,U; xt .... : <' t ., . . MUlinery. Ready-to-Wear, //4 *** J9 L\I.-I. '" *.S> ,<"'.**' '' ,,'a -***. .. ....;J
/ .. ' In The which proper 'and sensible way_ f :-4... ,; J? ,, ", '_' -II". ': :: 5'S,3 /:' ;: Id i'l ,.- ".' ;

yEvegtHa .. tie BaMag: Llae to run. a paper'Is'tb..sameas l '" ,.,' .trl' tptt.. t. .. PIGTOEIALREVIEWCOMPANY"! "i-bi.: .!"...,. ,.: "; r/1 +'L
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1 / ,' If. F, .B.Usi Giv the public the best .* .. : "; t'i' ;',:Tt.:; :' r''T,'" '

322 R7. j St SsrA'. I"Be'.)every franV possible trW fearless line; ;- : t: 1'D I C K S: ( ,S': GO: 'MDA: NW7 j"4 :

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y every agreement .4.4. ORtXNDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPNa14CE i:: ; ;
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; cooker for.preserving.Ttge- That is possibl.i to get.- I Itbilk.oUor ,1 '0'1"' ' a flMV ,1oI see """' ..;I'-f. t._ ,_ *..*. w .J...: I\ : w, .1. '
(ass :tables 'anel.tnita areflndhnjftheyeanit :' i '\ _
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promised entertainment 'of the
BEFORE 'the' next session of the Florida legislaturethose ;
Tourist Club which was advertisedto
having the matter'in hand of what has,been knownas I be held at the Chapter House on Ask 'YourMin.ift"er i "
r' PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY OOMPANtKIIS81MMEE. "norfence" law should see that a changevis madein Friday evening drew'go large an audience -,

BT. TILE KI88IM.MEH VALLEY. FLORIDA GAZETTE the title of that'-measure--it being taken for granted that it was found necessary. _-:-. 1_ 'About- -' 'If.'

HARRIS. President J 'hat the measure, will be pushed as. is the bi-annual' cut byte church.the meeting With", .to a the-Pres crowded- -. 11

W. B. Secretary tom house at that place the regular pre
E. d. VANS AONEW Ai the title stands it is a misnomer- and carried out in '
W. THORNPTKia., Bdtt&fsmscniPTiow now -pure I gram was perfect man
j simple. Also ,pure and silly. It is ,misleading in every Iner-and the evening was delightfully THEAgo
: RATES way-and those who at the head of the desired J spent.. The next entertainment of'the Eo
One Tear .._ ........n.. .........1l.OD are club Is anxiously awaited. '
On.One Copy.C,.,,,,.. Klx Alonthi.?.-,__" .._.....-.-..-__-_....._...... 1,011 !legislation cannot commence too soon to put out propa-
On Copy Three Montha.....-*a..<..._-..-.__----'.-'.-. .u ganda in this direction. For' it to be' known over ell CLEVER WORK OF NEGRO '>IheApoc: '

Entered at the roatofflo at Klaalmm. Florida America that the people are urging a "no-fence" law -- I.
1, a. aecond-olaa. when the people of F1ord.-the! majority of them--desire at On a home Tuesday on Vine a young street/ negro and/ told c..n"]th) ( I ,

AH coromunlcationa: 'except from authorised correipondvnta ,'a' fence law is bit absurd., .. woman of the house that he had hemsent ..
,,' must b. signed' by th. ''writer. Many in the state understand the .matter-even under for a special suit of do'hea'tf '
Rejected matter will be returned, it called toe't be taken to the cleaners,'and described '
-t its camouflaging cognomen. They realize that if WORLDS IMOST :
the suit well thai .PICT1JRi
I ao the woma4&tonce .
desire stock fenced "must advocate "no- ' RvprvMntaHv* they they a gave him the clothes. Thrjauit ;
I THE'l'Ert:: PRE35 ASSOCIATION (fence law. On the other hand there are thousands who I was taken to a plant on Dakin I

cannot understand why the citizenry should .advocate j)avenue, and when the Job was completed :.
FRIDAY., JANUARY 20. 192? "nofence"measure when in actuality fences are de- the clothes were obtained by .
saying the owner would at once come STATISTICS ABOUT THE PICTURE
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To re-title the measure which has been frequently and carried pay the for clothes the The North negro Kissim-then AS PUBLISHED IN ']

considered: by the people would require very little labor me and hid them. |a*

BIBLE IIOIOII FOR IBIS WEEK -and the change would be found beneficial to all. I ChiefofpoliceTyson' was given The Literary Digest -- -:- i
Those who own cattle would prefer to having the'mat- ,the atory of the happening and commenced ,

'er of fencing looked at squarely and without. "nw subterfuge !,the negro to get was busy.preparing He learned to leave that "The screen version. of Vicente: Blasco Ibnnez's epochal novel r"'1

THE FEAT OF HARMONY:-Better' is a dry morsel ; 'those who are producing crops .thef. than cat- Kissimmee with a woman-but felt took more than fix months lo complete. ,
and therewith, than a house full of sacilfices 'le would choose the would, indicate, precisely 'that he must first have a nicely-press.. -
of 1 2,000'person were eng.gcdln- undertaking. ::
- -- ; "Upward :
' with strife.-Proverbs 17:1.: :,hat was being sought ed suit., In spite of the greatest precautions !
By all means' change the title-and face matters in the culprit made his geta "More than. 125,000 Ions of masonry steel, lumber furniture. ':!
wayJthough he left without either
d STILL ,HUNTING FOR EASIER JOBS '. fair manner without subterfuge. And the stockmen the woman or his special suit-and! and shrubbery-in excess of the materials used in the Woolworl
ire not going to fight proper and conservative legislation the latter being in possession! of thepolice Building were' used in constructing the massive settings for the ','k;

,WITHIN two weeks a resident of this city overtooka as. steadily and strongly .> they have in the past. colossal spectacle."An '1

road three miles to the south 'f conservative legislation can help eradicate the blunders RETURNS-TO French village of 6000 souls,
young.main on the; some<< KANSAS HOME entire capable housing was
him far of the past there will be a vast number of cattlenen ----- .
ward'and offered (to pick him up and bring as put up and then destroyed before die camera lens."Every :
who will co-opiate with the proposed me.sure'or After -a visit in Ki simmee of '
as Kissimmee.. The offer was gladly taken. The young it means ultimate success-and i financial gains; few months J.,-I .- wforcraepa .1, house in this village was finished throughout instead of :
under had neither grip
\ fellow evidently twenty-five nor on Sunday to return to his home In being 'front. .
pack, was illy-clothed. and sadly needed dry-cleaning and Wichita, Kansas, where are located a
A pressing. He stated that his home was in Massachusettswhere BUYING SEATS IN CONGRESS other members of his family. Mr. "A costume factory WM erected on the Metro studio groundsfor

he 'was employed in a shoe-factory but becauseof Crawford some years' ago owned 'dressing'! the production. .1 -
"some labor conditions" he had quit and made the DEVELOPMENTS have shown that brothers and two ten-acres tracts lying between the :x
I Kissimmee and Saint-Cloua but Bold "An armory and two machine-shops were incidental other ,
friends of Senator in the of }
f trip to Florida. He was then walking back. Newberry spent vicinity I them to Ed Whaley, as he felt too building operations. .
Such is the fate of many who come to Florida to quarter of a million dollars to secure the seat in con. old to commence farming. While the
-find an snap. All this young fellow knew to an grease for Newberry. It was their own money. It seemsto trip is a long and tiresome one Mr.I "More than 500.000 feet of raw film were exposed in the taking

exactness easy was the making of shoes-yet he gave up a have been placed in general circulation-and, doubtless : Crawford said upon leaving that he of the picture which when shown on the screen will not exceed "
intends to visit Kilslmmee-- -
it paid bill. It is the custom of 12.000 feet.
many" -
job because of a slight lessening of pay and made a congressional for he has a keep appreciation for
:- 1, trip to a location thousands of miles from a shoe plant candidates to spend large sums filched from the the city and county. "Fourteen cameramen were employed to 'shoot' the big scenes

_ -; because of amistaken! idea that everythiag would fall! government under guise of free propaganda to secure NOTICETo from every angle and Rex Ingram the director at times had four- 4
to his' and he would have an easy lime. The man rec: their[ nomination and election. In such cases the entirepeople teen directors assisting him. '

ognized his mistake-yet he will leave the state with a pay the bill pro rata. There-are appropriations My Friends aid Patrons: This 1
bitterness in his heart reg.rdiDS'the residents here. No secured as a sop to the voters to secure their support. is to notify you that 1 have sold my "Field kitchens and a complete :commissary organization were

doubt he will always condemn Florida-merely because There are millions of documents sent out for the same interest in the Bank of Osceola County required to feed the army of 12.500 persons engaged on the pro
and am again devoting entire
There special efforts in individual my duction.
he failed to tumble into some lucrative position. purpose. are cases"special' time to the practice of medicine.
e He was old enough to have understood that good individual cases, to be ..uft.for the same 6-4tc D. T. M. RIVERS, M. D. "A collection' of art treasures from galleries and private sources

positions in Florida-: well as in .all other states- aurpote. In view of these things which all| men allowto valued beyond price was used in dressing the handsome interior

come only to those who have demonstrated their abil'ty; : be facts, was not the election of Newberry secured in DOCK IMPROVEMENTSContinued settings.- The insurance alone on these art works was $375.000. ..

to EH such situations. He old enough also to have a more honorable manner than in the majority of cases
( from Page One) "The cast interpreting the roles contains two dozen
i<4 where "the entire public ? principalplayers
saved of the he had been receiving pays ...
some high the dock
w. wages to pleasure there is now a who in other productions would be rated as stars." ..
11 ,
during the "get-rich-quick" years to tide him through perfectly safe passageway--and once
--t 4 the era of reconstruction and into the years of normal WHAT IS THIS COUNTRY COMING TO> on that-dock the viSItor will find that
: he old haves much improvement has been made
conditions. And. again was enough to I AT CASINO-THEATRE
CERTAINLY conditions in America r.l.o, at that point. Taken as a whole
learned that "half a loaf is better than no bread"thata are coming to:' work that has been done is highly '.
man can so arrange his affairs to ensmall his outgo a pretty pats when the entire country! is to' be run by I appreciated by' the many who f Matinee and Night
when his income is lessened a bunch of silly women and sissified men-yet it commences travel that way.
'., There are men' :in Florida today k who have made to look that way. It is conceded that both the This work "was not accomplishedwithout 26

in. the few of from. eighty,dollar house and lower house of congress are dominated considerable friction-some Thursday January
,,, f; wages past years fifty 4o' ,ipper ;iof it from the city council-bat the
h *, a ,week r-Today.the1'' are willing 10'accept in this .?y those who cater only to the factions which each'memer I greater.amount from private citizens.
state; a 'situation whiclr'wili'pay their board and leave believes:will be t'strong' factor in.!returning' }um toVashirtgton I I At one. time a "mass meeting" was 1 OPEN
t"} thtni a' little for extras. They are of many trades--andno when his term expires;, in' other wordy no')!held to' take-Btepa to Stop the work DOORS : .

r doubt "are good workmen;j. but-'led adrift by the ,, matter how 'rotten may be the legislation ,suggested if :Iwhen it was partially completed .up- MATINEE:_____-___.._2:30 P. M. SHOW STARTS ,3:00 P. ,M. ,.,'

phantom r of a maximum' of pay for a minimum of .laborthey there is a possibility that,a few votes! gained by \Ion great a g waste*>unds of that the there money was of the too NIGHT________._____?& P. M, SHOW STARTS.. 8W P, M. .
r' thrust behind them the probabilities'luxuries and ushing through the measure there are always those who tax-payer.: Probably one hundred .... ,
I Icoadition. ..
followed off after' the possibilities of,necessities < -iIL'vot. f vor.blY-1lo how-drastic may be the ,people gathered at the dock to pro- -

c And thai it'what:is making hardships .in, all walks .' nor how much in jury,may be' inflicted upon ;,test indignantly. against a contlfturance MATINEE PRICES: CHILDREN,SOc, ADULTS, 75c .
'' .- class. Just now -the".ew.papen. are in..armtgainst of the work; and therev was a *
.f life I < *- any up I
at the present moment .
.. I time when Councilman Rosen 'was sodiasplrited"that ) Sfe/JSc; , "
the proposed prohibit. the publication of
: . -he had his resignation '
h t POOREST COIF THUS "FAR,' ISSUED racing news.. - I written ready to present' to ,the RESERVED.-SEATS ON SALE AT TRESS j'ON BROADWAY4...

t 1 : ; council at the next meeting.,' Be was' 's._ :'Muse. Lure Acc.-p.nie. This Pktere.EreryUeV : .

I. .DISAPPOINTKENT over .- the newest ,coin- Issued .f v ANOTHER.CRAFTER( ; JUS-.BEEN ;.SKINNED: .1 not hurt accustomed hint to ill-criticism- It \ . ,
but his'friends rallied to
: ./ from'the: federal' mint is; evinced: by all who .ve'bee : his aid extended: what. is termed
$ AnbicipatitigUhe'creation' ;:f V handsome ""One ,Dollar? A ANGHER'o.n ;iha i lost :five-'thousand plunks! *,by ;;"moral .upport..nd administered a .
br '; i' ',lo proclaim the-"Peace"-which: h&s been so long,arriving entering" into a league with.', tricksters'; at Saint Petersburgto hypodermic 0 t' '""nevergiveipthe - Who Is Anybody Aarerttset Taetr ""Wasp to the .1. .
Valley ....
rob. H. A. of Worcester Massachusetts, shfp" to him. From that time on
''p The persons .who are :pleased with them ''.re the Campbell ,

_: 4- bank--.nd they!only\ because the. coias ,are of. na- was "lured" by a couple .of sharpen into a nefarious job-and Councilman the Rosen result Is remained now praised on the by .
"1"-. 1 lure to "stack" 'welkin' the trays. scheme to work the races, and after he' lost his roll'com' all wh. have seen the work. "

t' The new dollars They,,,carry-ho :evidence of a. muter handat, the engraver's things of that sort Then he confessed to the police What Do Y.. Mean "Apa aJJpa."? Buying Renting \
what had that in the skin "The Feur Honentea'' Tells Yea Before or
,;>> table-more resembling some of the Mexican happened admitting I game
""' I dollars issued quarter of 'a century ago which were contemplated he had lost much cuticle. Fortunately .for What is II"iAo.nce.f the

;I. { coarse,.,roughly finished, and appeared to be the work him he was not arrested for "attempt to defraud," as wosd-"ApocalypBe?" S.. My Lifting on
'of amateurs. Of course there will be a general demand he should have been. What should. be the course in ,- ***

rI '1 for the coins-for everyone will desire a pocket-piece such cases .it to arrest the entire bunch-the man who \ HOUSES-Furnithed or Unfurnished ... -
s While numismatislsiwiu secure thousands to keep thew was skinned and the folks who skinned him-and put

;S. jo' ,eofectiona.complete.., them all,on trial for fraudulenf-actions. -- ,
i .. =
a The-werk'on the coins appear* to-be unfinished in- '

)?; sofarat, the tne'nes which have characterized the ANOTHER afternoon paper has been added to the '.- ., ,1
-i general f coins issued by this government are con- list in thiJ stated the Eustij Re Jiaving entered the FARMS, ORANGE GROVES ETC. ' ..

':j'II' eeraed., The lettering appears crude, and ""In God We field for a sixdaysaweelpublication.. The first, issue 4 The question has been propounded

l Trust" covers a large. territory on.the Liberty side of thj I I is an excellent on*-and the management has doubtless Ingram se often production in connection for, with Metro the.,of Rex{he -0000:1 II::1

k' .1.. comindicating doubtregarding the emphasis of the figured out how the) cost of such a publication can. beequ.lize41 i wM-14-fa/nous novel, Tile ,Fo.r ,

:. ....rtioa., Taken as a whale the coia is Jar inferior to ; hut unless there shall be an income from fid-- i Horsemen of the Apocalypse," by H. STANLEY BULLOCK "
;' .( the, eoias usually issued by ,the treasury deparYaent vertising of at leastforty'dollars' a day the management Vicente Blame Ibanex, coming ,the ;

iI"i.,... *' :-.', to' ,t. ., '' ..i.. will be conducting a losing game aside from ''the'we.r Caetno must be next called Thursday upon for that an Webster answer. Stat. Ban, Building ,KISSIMMEE''' F"

:..,.L ,IF 'three' county officials cannot be appointed by and tear of the busy brain. Webster's definition of the word is .. "' 40 .
b n" I', ...'motion .legally, then Th-:!'.._Gazette wodd\be. pleased I "a '"r v lationr! a -disclosure.In--the 0 f 00 QSEED -
".i'to',1tfI that-.Gerald"Athlon,, u county; road supervisor, SHOULD the silly suggestion/that the Unifed States early; Greek version of the bible, the .
i: s and." 11c1e"' Joseph'' Bass; as'janitor, at i the 'courthouse, make a,free gift to all the European nations .f the sum last book of the New Testament" was' .' ,

:p : :-.u\.e', properly named and elected at the next regularmeeting those countries owe would create a J precedent\which In ailed the The later Apocalypse trses of the of John.the

; of the county commissioners. Everyone in the would result in bankrupting nation as time passed book became the "Revelations. POtATOErS':

j \ county desires" those two men'to ,continue the service and would be offering a handsome premium for borrowers Pronunciation of the word which .

(. ' which has been so acceptable to the entire ,locality during to get the mazuma and then renig. Whoever first also is shown by numerous comes RED BLISS No. 4 ROSE .
it. i the :years, they' have held office-and as they were suggested the plan should be hurriedly sent to the bug pondenta of Metro's as an all but has un- __ I I '.'
surmountable atombling block
\ i. amed! in'one'motion' .'.\he last commissioners; session, bungalow. been solved by Webster, by placingthe V A LENTIfl; J3 BEANS' )

,1;:: f.&Jon. with the;attorney for the, board, aLe.e'aht., be! + =- -- > emphasis on' the second syllable RED BLACK .
'1( .considered some irregularly about the pto eedial. In WHENEVER a, local band plays "Dixie" or "A, cymbolie >figures

I ...y event :the people are a .unit in having, those men Good Old Home in Florida' is- Good Enough For Me" 'of foundation"The _Four AlbJ'eChLDurer'Horsemen; bad original its PE-RTIL-IZE.R( ".
;r' . Continued: in. !their respective. positions.4aMSB in''the".udiC1lce-nu "tostandandtoUdly'applaud.
j '
everyone: commence ; set of wood' etchings done Ine"year1b11. Sold
.- \. -; HBMsj S*4Mai 'vBB MaM' iiiB aM i BiB MsW BMB i J&* 1-- 'fj .' It's I iff the i m6sphere.t'Then tb$ next ; The. original wood In Arjy. Quantity; ,
I , ESPECIALLY-fortunate: \ that t the activities of form- but small feature of
.s h. lay'the same- folks winSrcW f>ecan*'from'Teus'or beef cuts a a .
", '. ; ; ..the'devil are.not severe and appalling in FTosida through from a CasicatV-Tae.........."! enough ooHectioo..of...arttreaaurasthatare -W.; B..,MAKINSONCOMPANY- -- -- --
in, thb prodastiort.The total
-;"" .tbraummer.-thereb in seen -
ce.aitatiilthiPnJli.l to'function Let'shave.lest... yelling for home and more
. j" value set by insurance appraisers open .
it. the .
4 state pf'all tramp preachers and 'evangelutssndnd for home. """ '
i I chewing_ "t ,? tbe tapestries, jkalatings and other.
.; / artists and singing salvationert I. k'aouf.psalm producerf ttho:have .e-,'i b1.w. means .'\>f HONORABLE Frank-Clark that 'vnlFoot "
F, .; ,:': .Through' |}M "Nat D"'.tbey, ' numerous make' the\ senate1 af\ he 'that) : ;
.sgpcsorl. a m:for natftrial as he "fear.( NHD'S ;BATHS ,
: a.spoBed baekwheaV-aad; 'insummer Ml inrrueace!in the.uppekbod/'rnig t not,be as tellingas J INUP" ANOJE .
J tie they. are absent- >thertby alWag the good 'if has .beita *. :... : A',' !, ....
"during l hikToog: .tf rmria the l lower house// ., J ; .Fer.,.'Ma.y,.Auew ., ; : .
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\. I" :people ujbport o/ the I \ it.t .. x ,'
j. might'be possible, atso-,'axl moreover,.:thai he:;has : ,: 4.t4t 1 "Tt1AT PROTECTS ;
: reveled legalerd, : Iiie3 pithiest.. 9t chi TKrjqus !denomisN figured drat MI "eleetlon and omllng" ought net'be,"'as Good baths'wHli: water;)dan &l''from a'. .. ... ,V+,, tloi:;'rN ', ... ;' ;--.
aahdns.; ,.. ,>a triri! 1.6 t >+t T1"r L/U" .
:i. : medicinal.weD.7 Open : Tuesdays, S y
'' ... ... .. ... lesser'asides -;'greater eampaiga' a*'it hms bee m the Thnredaye'Batuidafrom 9:30.: a.m. 'I 'f. ..;fi'-O; E R"' 'I' ;"C' '\... ,. r ,:.
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w. eraalaryit: ja .lsderstood tb''aie several 1 men'properly more completing.'v'People"; JtoaL'prone'to. "startt this - : *
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... -.w.' jf ::,:appM acbad.,' ."accept. w. 'th$. 1jos-| thiaj or thM wi&mt e gthususm-snd Jet the prOtectdie' '"' .p.:." lUP ERS': ,INSURANCE:; AGENCY i i i
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0,4:40: .ao .... .. +oaa + -l-'a bargibrTC: : :: I-? 'I have not found the six-room bun-J''CASINO' :OFFICE 'ROBBED .

+ ) + Bandy 409 Cherry' street., slow on asphalt street.- Can' 'TOn I THIEF GAINS MUCH CASH

.* WEATHER. REPORT.. ,4 1.... Lr. Carver of. Klulmmee, han locate one'for, met F.. A., Nave.. 1' '
." l I of Someone is about $120 ahead of 'ThealterTod
been spending several days at Jacksonville Yesterday was, the anniversary; Casino
e'' Official' Bulletin ofvdady. tem1 -"0 -being registered,at the Hotel . the birth of Robert E. Lee an Ideals the frame-for Manager,Dan Ashford .
I",.i, 0' perature and'precipitations furnished 4 Seminole. 'Christian:'soldier, and throughout the'ii loser to fully that amount I ,
. + the Kfsslmmee. Cooperatlve.U. j Sometime, between the hours after
r -t.: by d' from :sort A ski south the banks. observed the date asa /
:. Weather Bureau suffering any and -sunrise
, :;, S. holiday. In many cities and towns midnight; Wednesday ,
.;r j 4'' Station .for. the week) ndlng" 4 dlseases-Jry Neld's Baths. 44-tic.there wen, held appropriate exercises., Tuesday some thief entered the office Saturday-pp ,at 2. P. M.WILLIAM '

, u-i- Thursday, January 19,. 1922;. ,. \Mrsl: Lillie Clark of,, Jackson, MI h. Miss Elizabeth 'Aultman left last ',of the Casino and abstracted from n '
I t igan, is the attractive guest of Mr. j I South Carolina the desk in which were placed most .
%( t M"a Mln. and Mrs J.. D. Wtoodbsck at their evening for the
; .Raln' : which she called to o( previous day's receipts-a aum
A Friday;; 1 t..___... ,GO, 80 0 borne,, N,. 4 Brack -street,. 1 take, to some point Important was work for the In the vicinity of 1120. .. + I

0' Saturday, 14..*_..* 67 49 0 '::Ari ,elegant home tq trade for a state up board of health The lengthof'her '' It has been the habit of Mr. Ash-1 k

'. 4i j Sunday, ,15-,,..._ ,70 86 choice eight-year old orange grove. there is as yet undetermined, ,,'ford to place the receipts for the
I O Monday, 16 _._.,. 71 60 'O See F.\/ Nave at once ,: stay previous day !in his desk until benk-
' Tuesday 17 i-.,.. 74 61 --.63< Lottie-Xawler of'' Mrs. G. F. Parkerwill visit friendsin 'ing' hours, the following morning.Wedqesday .
Misses Lola and ;' '
, 0 Wednesday 18,_..,71 63 '0 a. In Kissimmee on j' Orlando and Kissimmee several"days night .was no exception-
Thursday,' 19._.,_ 81 50' ,. Lakeland, were evenI; j I next week. Kissimmee being only that before: he closed h'a office ,
1 Tuesday to attend tmnxiet Mrs. ParRor's fermer home,, she hasmany .
,'Ir-i;:, .4 Readings are made-et 6:00 p. < the Methodist Sunday, school on Tue.1day. ; he paid fifty dollars to' a creditorwho.
+"m. for the preceding'twenty-four: ',.., /: friend. there who are always was ready to take' It Had he
1 1l'
.. *'. hours 0 "evening, 'fried! to welcome! her.:-OkeechobeeNews. ' not made that payment his loss would
q. .T- ALLISON T. FRENCH. O j' ,Try ,the Kissimmee Woodyard; have been greater by that amoun!;.,

good dry stove '.01', fireplace' ,wood. i'i Thousands' of thin frail, men and I Never till this,, season has, it been i
oa Phone 262: 5-4tx I I women ,shave.reported an astonishingand ,found necessary to keep 10..close
I In r.pect'to: 'the !death of a good rapid increase in weight as a I watch upon everything of .value. The ;

j citizen all mercantile establishmentsin result of taking Tanlac. Central j country is overrun with this hegiraof ,
Kissimmee closed their doors ,on Drug Store.. hikers and hobos'- and many of

: Friday during the hours of the fun-j The Dickson-Ives Company, of Orlando I them are flocking to'' Florida." The

IITEMSOFiWEEK.Subaeribe !eraj of.the late James,W, Miller. is showing' this 'week In.the ,I condition' existing behooves everyoneto ;

,; 1''. Tanlac's world-wide fame la due to columns of The Gazette an 'attractive keep close watch upon all strang

its merit. It does the work. Central ,,announcement In which special' at 1I 1:ors officers in the state is work
for The Valley Gazette Drug Store tentiOD-i. called to the large! stock y -in or its overtime to- keen e'erm

/ l' If suffering from rheumatism trjNeid's Mrs. Lora S.'f LaMance who is to J I,ln the many lines carrie< ..ythat,djtions as cleaJL.nUal.r..aa-poaai, M+-
; Baths. .40tfcPr Sani' firm;-- " r=at'the name time a state of perfection
speak-iit-the-Methodist-chuTchr 1large I '
sE.'C; Dusenberry his beent1I-X"--' day .has'a national reputation as an J I' The advertised address hv !Sam= 1 I. The public'will been regret learn-' of'

aimmee this week assisting in the orator of high ability--and has de.. Small at.the Baptist church' Monday this loss of the Casino'managerand '

annual sale .tthe' K ts'\store.:: voted her life to working for equal evening1 drew a very C Jarge'and en- will hope that he msys.recover the S.

Bad debts collected or. no pay Results suffrage and prohibition.If j thusiastic audience-the body.of the stolen roods and secure, conviction

guaranteed.. J.-M. Willson... you want a 'fine' modern home church beingNSO weli-filled.that: many of the thief' A HARTALSO.
'trict manager,, 15-tfc, all newly furnished '' at your own I seats in the gallery were occupied. ,

:. Mr.' and Mr. Sam 'Walbert" of price and terms, see F, A. Nave. 1 I Mr. Small's address is spoken of as POLICE KEEP ON MOVE. ; .
Grand Redldl.. Michigan are guests ( An alarm at nine o'clock Sunday I Ij masterpiece. -'' TO ,PRESERVE,THE, PEACE'' inI

of Mr. W. C. Ssnsiba at. 304 morning called the department to the j I T. L. Conner county, judge left I .. '
Main street. j home of E. W.; Harrelson 604 Clyde I Monday night for Jacksonville thereto I. police department has had a .WlHJ U'T
attend a meeting of all the county busy week. In addition to recovering
Quick Service Lauudry. All work avenue, where a small roof fire was rim. e1
done on the premise Phone 199;; quickly extinguished with practicallyno judges of the state. The precise purpose stolen bicycles and stolen suits of ,
15 Mitchell street. 5-3t: loss.I I, ,of convention was not stat- clothing two brunettes of Bermuda'avenue O K. .
4' ed,In the invitation received by Judge Fanny Love and Lena WIN!
A belated notice from Fort-Meade I- --The-banqTietrto-: ttori the attorneys '
a, ,
announce. birth to the seventeenth judicial Comer but It was tq .convene, on, llama, engaged in so severe a fight 1 7 X
the of.a daughter of e
.Tuesday- morning. a. to entitle them -to an arrest and i R hostile, 'Indians ...talkedthe -
Kissim- HI 1Ji When-
.;;; Mr. and Mrs Allen Meek, ef ,circuit bythe aUoqncvs a fine. After thEy were released''' ,
? city, on Thursday December 29. Mr mee on Tuesday evening, January There will be an important meet- from the toils of the law they'sought wagon trains, and none bat
ing of the W. C. T. U. at the Hart t
Meek was formerly a resident of KIsslramee. 24, has, been arranged to take place
their homes-but 'in a few moments the quickest-trigger ;man was >
Memorial on Friday February 27,to .
: ,
Runnymede Lodge and promises j jI I
at four o'clock (in the af- they 'commenced another fistic arytiment !I 'safe-
.- Winn's office I is in the postof.\\.t be, an affair of much moment. ,. commence j I
i: I ternoon. It is urged that there shall -this time, the use of a real old. T When the roaring gambling / 3
ficp.llUilding. Hours 1:80 to 8:30. Mr. and Mrs. P. L Love and eon, attendance I fashioned razor beinn brought lit". *
large as '
a prep.ra.1tlon.
Phone 97. Residence phone 122.. who recently came to Kissimrnee requisition.. One of the women had hall was the/only, "slab" that
must be made for the coming .
Saint Cloud. .. 4-ti from Indiana have this week moved district conference of the association. I her face carved till it resembled anoverseas r the life of, the' Frontier-knew-

: 11 Tuesday, the opening day of the into the MacDonoueh in the(: cottage Breeze on I I I Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Aired"drove...ip battlefield and while a'phy. 'Came White Oak ,Miller"riding
Cape hemstitching1
Katz annual sale, is ,reported to have Neptune avenue sician was tucking and the plains! Riding on a,
recently established from Kenansville on Saturday bringing over
'section. Mr. Love
1 and ruffling the result of the razor's a (
been an extremely auspicious occasion an auto reute between this ; as ague.t DeWitt Ponder. Mr. roughness the other nesrress was quest .yourJeart'WRI' thrill: to
\> --and during: the entire day thenwas S !I In
Aired the businessin
t1\l is turpentine
city and Melbourne. placed in the county jail. Eola,Hunter
crowd of The salei '
, a patrons. '
I that section of the county but who it was rumored assisted in atory' 'that .um. up'the whole
are reported as being decidedly satisfactory. I Mr. and Mrs. E L. D. Overstreet \ ; '
.f..:. with their guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. has"aecure sufficient fine I I the bloo -spilling by holding the victim Wild West and pictures its ,
I.F..' Paton- lef t ,at an early hour yes I.cane to make "the" best syrup th.tever , war*aleo placed in the county .heat and its worst., '
,'1. T. J. Pitchford and Mrs. }), L.. Ray terday for an auto drive to Tampa.Mr. a man tasted. He Is advertising ',bastile.. I
\\'t. . have purchased the Kissimmee Laundry in this issue some of his goods i *
; . and' Mrs. Paton reside in Southwestern !, '
", st conservative prices HARP WIZARD "
" and Dry Cleaning Works, located rich SALVL '
Iowa in an especially! '. '
t at 12 Darlington avenue, and propose rich porton of that state but are Mn and Mrs & H. DeGroot have APPEARS IN ORLANDO \ '

t to entirely I remodel the establishment advantage of the excellent arrived' in Kissimmee from Youngstown JANUARY 27 HAROLD 'LLOYD. ,
+ The firm will be known as PitchfordA "taking climate. of Osceola county. Ohio and are located for the FRIDAY ,
Ray. It is the purpose of the Junior season at the- GrtVstone, as is their What promises to be the greatest .t\ ..., ,, i'l or' :
i and Mrs. C. J. Miser of Wal- "
S- partner, who' is an expert laundress. loon Lake Michigan' and Dr. M. D. usual custom. This much-liked couJ> event ia the history-of Central Flor- kl ''IH' .!. r S .
1.. to secure new and up-to-date: pie Are regular visitors in this city- ida music circles is to be. staged in '
,.... ITibbetts.-I Highland. Illinois;: Arelate .
.. 1 machinery and establish a plant in and upon this occasion t ac ,
( the concert by the sensation of the
.Kiasimmee. that' will be capable 'oi arrivals at the Graystone. '..withKissimmee.and The companied by'Mr. 'and Mrs. 'J. B.Detehon musical world today-the '"('n .ninl Now ox'Nevex"A :' ,
.visitors are greatly pleased '
.' : rariagfor a large amount of trade- also of Youngstown who of the Harp"-Alberto Salvi. He will '
1 '"
:. "ad thus far businesshas. been extremely are writing to have taken apartments at the Gray
good for the new proprietors hometowns many good f words regarding stone. ';*' appear in concert at Orlando next 3-REEL: COMEDYj91 PF'tJHENEW: ;; .IOd, 0, .COMEDIES

__ _. ( what is to be found In Osceola Friday afternoon. ,
.v .C.:.J. ).ItMr- "thV Hotel MJcer-at Mr. Salvi Is.a young virtuoso not ,1, ,., '
T.- county. Walloon Lake. .Michigan, and Dr. M. ybt In'hi. thirties, but Us.record offlbievements' ,COMEDT-ANO :
: C. E. Putnam, of the Moody Institute p. .Tibbetts of Highland Illinois,have 'Ia astounding '. His ", ,, '

-. Chicago, has arrived in 'Kissim arrived in Kissimmee for'-their, second -, phenomenal harp' playing: has been i 'THINK'IT IS HAROLD" LLOYD'S:BEST' T O.DATE-DA< $ \,
; OUR' mee for a much-needed rest. H Se1oneof | season. _The first' time they the: sensation of two contlAents.Wen "
: accompanied his sister,,who - ..
were here both were delighted- a mere ,child ''he :was splaying
'i AAP the workers the same In. ;tute. they have since planned for this 'viait.1 I fox the Italian Court, and.iI1M then .... "- DOORS;.OPEN 'AfcW: "P.. M. TODAY, ,;:' ,

Mr. Putnam will be rememberedby Both men ,are in the walks I has amazed the. concert audiences of . .- wee//' .. , .

many'its i havlag.several been times in this within, city the, as where -they cam do a great deal of both Europe and America. ...1. .... .! .-. -. ............. .. .'..... .. .. . ..
' / a speaker good for a city in which they are Interested Perhaps never'has an artist' beena -

P E'AL put fsw,years. .-> .: -:-and much good feeling for greater revelation to his audiences ... .. f, _' ,
I The' Bank 'of Osceola County- is this city is held by both.('i't' than has Alberto Salvi. He has rev- i____

favoring some of the more religions olutionised harp playing and produces \
; (
ly-incllned patrons of that institutionwith URGENT. CALL IS effects and accomplishes'a power-and ' "' \ ''
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r. .."". ' 'a abeet..c&lendar'of exquisite!de TO IMPROVE;: CEMETERY. brilliancy hitherto "ooneldel'flCt.abao- ' : ; ] .
'I'" i sign. The calendar "contains tiny II. lutely.' impossible. So' astounding have ALWAYS.SOMEIw
TO :YOU FOR PATRONAGE IS IUlltr.tion'J scriptural quotatlon.and "A general invitation is bthese.vev.atioas'that he has '.I. '..." .
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and to : : ., "
all residents of Shingle Creek \
iR "elegant color work- nd 'altogether come fey Mho names The ,Wizard oftbb'Harp _
11DEIN; PLAIN PRINTED: the'most', elaborate'afralr that has all those interested in any'manner in -*> "

-r. '- /' been >sent out* by any house in Kis- the cemetery at. that place to turn I It ia certainly-'a 'rare opportunityfor'the FOR Y0CJ11'* !
FIGURESTODAY, next January 24, and
/ :.JmD\: out on Tuesday people of Klsaimmee and the I '

I Captain Clay Johnson of the steam. assist in the} work of improving the II Orlando patron. who have made the . ' ..
I At the llrea.nttime :
.er Lillie; and owner*,of the Johnson ceme the'-conditio; is deplorable.Wind concert. possible are to be congratulated \

fleet of steamers that ply the watersof encumber aswellavthanked.
has the place with i . .
Lake Okeechobee war hi the city branches and with mossweeds have PEOPLE MAY NOW SECURE .

t a' few days the past week loading the 'i ii become high and numerous, and some : WE EXTEND TO'. YOU SPECIAL, : ''JNVfI'Al1ON"'f', "... .
the .
Lillie for down lakeshore
i '
of the little fences which have enclosed (Continued from Pare On) "
Granulated Cane -Sugar: 6e Lillie will be used to haul },i ,,,:
--- ,The supplies individual grounds have fallen more tfian two 'thousand drugstores, 'ro. VISIT THE, ''- .: '!

; .... Pure Creamery Butteri-....45c24lb .to Saint Lucie aaaal during( 'the into decay. The whole effort is to groceries,; general stores, and commissaries .
I work of putting. in the docks.-Okeechokee render the resting-place of the dead I and our business is rapidly INDEPENDENT GROCERY.ON'SATURDAY : :. '
S.-R. Flour1.10
sack News."When a repulsive sight ex ndin6.) We have recently opened .; '....
Y0111t "
I, 24-tb sack Pillory's BetU.$US I' began taking Tanlac I The, Shingle Creek cemeteryhas.. no a branch office and warehouse at Mc- __r' .,. BEFORE MAKING PUR, +...,.. -'
only weighed 98 pounds, BOW weigh direct owner. -no one to ace,that the Loud Oklahoma' where -Thomas I. y - --rf-

:_ 12-tk sack P.U.l4rvVBe.t69c: IZS-.pouMs and never' felt- bettor". in' rounds are properly eared for. -and Watson will have charge. of, the '/ atAS&S.FOR TABfE)NECESSITE9:!!; ::[ ,;; .
15 lbs Fancy Table Potatoel.70c my me," says Mrs. Charles P. den, there ar..80 charges for a lot there.It western territory"pr ; / :' < rC'v '
j J of HuntivllU,. .Alabama. Central Drag is a community, burial) spot-es- :' Watson adds that those who ..We ;! I' 1
in for Rest assured"yitt. .
surprises .
S S Fancy Evaporated P''ache _.17c. Store:' a' half,century desire .to. investigate' his offer and 7 have some.real, .. store. ,,you.. .
'. Ths.'J... A. Lancaster: premises, located -' egond'for'a'l' ng, apace of* time learn'upon'? what special terms an f
.l7e wiN like ,
Coffee .
Good Bulk ________ .
interments"were o
.., at the junction of Mala And was thehapotiw-b.r. !ownership' the, company can be secured ,
.I' Ib'Brick 'Pure Lard___Ito Broadway have been>> much improved made from1'manY: of the older fami would do well 'to call 1 at his of : ("
clearing lies. Naturally then,'the duty.f all > EVERY DAY IS DAYWnH.ta: .
-. Feed by a general overhauling' ; . MONEYSAVING ,
Saturslay Sal -away- of the rubbish- The one : whose relatives have there been Darlington', _.. ;

y I9t-L$2.: ; tlme'f.ncewhich: had been-fer some placed is ,to give'an amount of care There, will be no solicitation"FOURIIORSEMPIr ' e years in a mcfet deapidated| condition ! to that spot and,through the efforts' P S.--Juff received: .' nice'lot of.New' Cane Syrup.'
Je -Ib sack-Good Com-_:.__ll.TO has'been entirely removed-and of Mrs. John R. Bronson and Mrs. 'STIRS Lac 1: ,...... IM
S : what has been' for a.Jonir. timeian Sarah Prevatt nen-Tueed.)'-has been ?
IGO-Ib sack Sweet Beet Pulp J2.40 selected as the dawilen there' shall EMOTIONS, SATS. MAYOR :
: eyesore now presents a;much batter THE INDEPENDENT GROCERY T'
a .i9O.16'.ack.P1.1': .Beet Pulpl40 appearance. / be-a general assembling for the purpose That Metro's. presentation of' "The

Special Saturday ' ' : V. W. EdwiirdsV; of The 'Gazette of potting.the"place.. in a proper Four HorsemexTof-, Apocalypse," .. _

.. ....... foreeVSrascalled toTam Saturday condition., the Rex Ingram production adaptedfor C. C. DAVIS;, PreprUtsr.Old .'
' t t cake small OctagOn Soap_.' lewilh night by th..n.wa'that his mother It is proposed to spend the entire the screen by June Mathis rivals '
i. OseeeU lar4wan'
| "' whe.1 making her home there with day at 'the work, .and the request is the"greatest theatrical'offerings' .of Waters A Caroa BaUdiag Io,,. .' . ,

"$1.00' purchase .r' d.UBhter7hadalien' ; had receiveda made- to bring luncheons ,.as, well as the legitimate stage .was the opinionof . 'J., \ .

5' Jbi Granulated Sug r____._Z5c severe fracture of the hip,and was tools which baa will also be* .been.needed 'in the John Calvin Mayor of'Cincinnati,
work. :.It. 'suggested
in.a 'critical condition. Mr.. Edwards after twicer-viewing the picture in
with $1.00 purchase. lost, np time In' getting to the'' bed- that there ,.ahould.'be'contributed a N.w"York. This, screen masterpiecewill .

Anaouf's Bait Tablet*. ._.: cFlotilla side -of*his mother,' but ,found I>her team to .haul! out. the.debris which be..shown at the Casino 'next . . .....i i..i............... . ..
J : condition had turned for the batter shall be <<*tJaered. -It there shall ,bea Thursday. .., .. '., . ._.. .. ,__

Soap JL_______.-r Ie and returned -Sunday evening.' general turnout the work can be I ,

1 ; Induttrisl Tar Soapy,_..._
"ts. turned from a hurried'trip to Allen- will then be an attractive spot as .-- '" '
30c ce (for julip)_...10c; .'dale Carolina becomes "eft the. : . .
South sailed there by a- )" of dead. ,_... ___ : : : ........
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,{, 2 pit,. Fress Mac rdi..i15r 'the death of his cousin Colonel W. FSAiirrcLOinaFrr uniam, : .

c ..pkg.Rl.ihietPowaer' , ::2Se'- Ipected R.D j) stliagbarar.and influential.f-tJM-WIOIIt confederate* .., MAKES GOOD, SHOWINGDuring !]t .. ,"eat! ,". .Jsnuarj,191922' ," ;, :

r t. Baking-.- :22e v........ of the civil, war/whose'demise Dear Mr"Wa'tao'af"I: i ". .' :
tlb.Calu..t'.; etched greatest I have : "
the the picture
'yearjust "It la .
occurred iat a ripe old Hie week' iboulg ofyour.Watson's Wom: Worker
age. Last J) bought,
declared -MrrGaMdV : r.J
< total deposits In the Bank_ of Saint ever seen. ,
eon Colonel f.: D. ia ,
,v t A1' "!'" , ::. ': ,....., director. In tMCAutericanAtrMaltnraI' Darlington Cloud: ;: t Saint r.aehedthe. dramatic power4*.- spmethlnr wonderful Llnimeht for:; a pain ia sny; neck and for.rheumatism: in my let,anal;'

:,We ,.Save'VIII"M' : ".t Chemical Company. and is manager large--made-'som.of.during fl.43S481.34and the same time loans-ofsuumisA6andled much as and'though-It aff.cted..m&I'',...,.. witnessingspoken .Just '-as a .J..have found;\ it:all ;you ;recotomended it;to ta. It beat*!' anylhinf*

:, :. . ofUhe southern ...* dep rbDeat"1Io'tJut" This ,shows 'thelargd performance,; 1* stirs the IJbave ever uied'to atop pain.IJeel 'lo| bitter--sod Eirehot used I
I ,. ..
,_ ; 4;: .. i. -.1.of!. groceries > comprising m''eetaIham.d'to .:r
t << ., .. in one an institution emotions! and fam''e
1 ,\ I' "'YBdS ; I ODe-balftL.l bottJi u .fr ' --J '' t ''' ,
w. ue which of that Iwoughta '
'. I \t1ve ,. some of' floodman stock, whoM birthrates back on say.that-frarts picture *--r ( f
t- < , ' "-"., .. ,' r ".1'"v.,, wajterd at the rear_ "'of'the stare ly,to February of '1918,-an ,institution lump to:.injr thiroat: and ,tear* ,to I' recommend your ..C Luumcnt tloaDJOD."tIs any kind ,of,,.jHia/" .

.. ( reeenUy 't.ksn over by the Taylor .,which' ha* : paid :. dividends ,.to .'-. "' *: r '
... '" -. ... \ System,"" provoked;; some ,lively Ud- stockholders i a. that ,time of-fortypercent otPie, tnrea like 'The. Four iTpreein.n' I and-wish you access.) : T .1t/ -' i v

'; :., dias last..'Batwtay .when Sheriff ;UB. -and reflects great edit up. are the) freatesr- kind of".adv.rtis.-, '; )00 u.1.t : .
s: Farmer-letattsd Ida auction. From on the'' sn....._ ./t..Uth..IIM8 meat to show".tha. ... ;" f'\5fetni.raHER: ., *., r.

the-lrsV( Wd'of one hundred' doHaretheprice Thursday' the' cashier reported the of Josf &e. ,wond :ful! ""dra : be;' .:4.;. : : 't I +
THE : gradually 'rose I until,.the present,deposits of the bank: ... $203- matic efforts as"the speaking .ta,.. ; 22'Diflingharn'Av' .f; .4 IS : i :J" ',.

T&YLORSYTEMSSTORESS& [ $ II&UN.Gf |680 was' reachedwhen 44020-.aad.the 'f ollowinr:'officers and U shows. what'.trme ndbal'things the 'f1 .-' r r":'

the property wms., knbck-ed "dovrn.toJhI.Tayloa..Several'merchants directors ,were"l'oI'' the ,ensuing ' big'companies. of,-the motion picture. . .. .. .. .' ... ' . .. Wf V"k"
; had yea industry :are doing: to advance. \the 1:>- . ;.
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made up their minds toeither ensure J. $.; presldeof standard pictures.Bufceerfbe .
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:II -11- 11'0.\ ",the.i stockT. make some buyer, pal nleliffe .pi'n1cl.eotr: .; ',fer a.tfa8tyf1ia eUe, 6R: > la Aaw >. .
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,we _. THE 176s1tltltEE VALLEY .GAZETTEHHDAT: ; JANUARY_. ;20;'1.22 - .
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- luxo ,Olnstee,., I t..O..f.O.OO..O..t..i................. ... ...O.
fe "THE FOUR HORSEMEN" COMING:;: "Chattaboochee, Ocklawaha, weeklwaehee . -
Beautiful Florida' Kissimmee !
Remembered of God; "Ojus Hnmbuggus, Wabasso, Panasoffkee Three Concerts :
PflOTOPlAY As fair as old paradiseBy Ilahaw ; .
FIRST :$1.000.000 .angels trod;. Tampa, Tomoka. Palatka and HolopawM -
Spread out like a picture *
Of many bright flowers-. -and it was then aecerta'neii' the "
In the soft balmy air young woman was essaying to learn
Rex Isfraa Prodncties far Metro Marks .New EpocK Ibases File .Sap- With long restful bourn the names of spots she desired tovisit

'Stage t passes The beautiful trees- author of this rhyme-which appearsin Artist Course
The weird old moss -full in this volume of his verse.
HAILED AS THE SUPREME EXPRESSION OF SCREEN .ART Swaying off in the breeze In this book the versatility of the
,On the distant horizon' author is given full sway., fie apostrophises
-' There's a mythical haze'; Dr.. John Corrie, he who
Rex Infrram's $1,000.000 production Emblem forever brought a blessing on all mankind byhis
of "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Of. blue. ,sunny days. simplification of the'' manufacture
." mode for Metro. H an The wonderful coloring artificial three-verses- tlio ,
tiounced by the Casino theatre next F Of sunset skies- final verse 'reading: '
Thursday. This will be the first showIng -' Infinite. love must tint' "Give him a niche and enshrine it .
here of the screen version of VIcente The gorgeous 'dyes. ,- with flower! At '
Blasco Ibanu' novel that has Birds of the Orient '." Honor the man with divinity's powers, "
been acclaimed In New York. Chicago With plumage so fair. He, who, no matter how Sultry the "rBeacham .
Boston Pittsburgh Detroit and The mockingbird's song- day
fr Los Angeles as marking a new epoch Nothing ever so rare. Drove from damp foreheads the fever
f in the development of motion pic I r Fruits,of the gods away; .
tures. At its New York opening pee. ;t ? and fine r Pay quick the tribute that nobody : ThOatrs'pOrlando
#) pie paid 10. a seat Critic said the Growlnfrlehly! shuns .
d .
picture had definitely established the y: Like old vintage wine! To Gorrgreatest! > of Florida's ..
{ screen not only as capable of rivall The soft southern dialect ,eons" S'
ing the stag at Is,best. but of surpassing All the sweet tones; Every lover of Florida should cdd : FloridaALBERTO
t It in iU grip-'upon- the 'emo-. Language belonging one of these volumes to his library. _
Ions. To tropical cones. In handsome' form published by the :
"The--Four-HorHmen"- lathe: supreme My tribute to Kissimmee,, well-known firm of James T. White .
expression of the Great War.' Not written in full; & Company New York and selling ...,.
Certainly no novel has stirred the But I'll love :you forever. at a low price,' the book will forma a : 1a
,a universal appeal created by the Iba- "" Mrs. James H. Bull. valued addition to any book-shelf t !
nex masterpiece. The book now In NIGEL DC BRULIER .*sTCHERWOFF )\ and will always be found entertain :
Its one hundred and sixty-sixth edition -I in THE To .prevent a col3 take 666, ing. It is possible that limited number ,
has been read throughout theworld. of copies may be furnished by SALVI "

The monumental task of FOUR .HORSEMEN of EVERYONE IS SOLICITEDTO the author upon request. Price. two. : ,
transferring it to the screen. was accomplished / HELP IN THIS WORK dollars.
by June Mathis who the APOCALYPSEelderly -*
made a scenario that f.rom.n: accounts t Some time ago Roy Graves com I fTo drive out worms''-that are"" eating : Friday Afternoon January ,27PRIEDA '
m has preserved the force of the menced the erection of a cottage away the strength and vitality of I
original 'ana in many incidents height- j close to the courthouse but after your child use White's Cream Vermi f ,
ened it." But it is the director. Rex I I the foundations were in and some of i I Injury It expells the worms without
Ingram who has apparently) achievd husband. Their butterfly mentalities {the timbers in place the work ceased.It I to the child. Price .35c. Sold.
*d the most sensational success. lie do not even respond at first was currently stated that a lack by J. Z. Roberson. ,_ 1\1I \ *
;, I. reported to have set a new mark to the sudden shock of war that I of finances' caused progress to, stop; I r .
Jn' artistry of picturlzatlon. .breakes about them. It is 1914 and 1 ibe that as it may there has been j I1 LM PILE
Headers of the novel will recall the.Germans are advancing toward {nothing done on the proposed home I KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUBS I -
w' that the story opens on the Argentine Paris. ,Marguerite is first awakenedto for some months. I
(ranch of old Madarlaga whose the realizations) of tremendous I Last week Robert Smith, in discussing Am* Their AetlrHlec '
territories are as extensive as those :I events. She joins the French nursing the matter with other over- By Celeste"}. Frlpp t Monday Afternoon January 30
of the great independent barons of force and sacrifices her love for 'i'seas men, ventured the opinion that ;

feudal times. And Madariaga rules (Julio in order to be. the constant lit properly approached nearly every- KISSIMMRR WOMAN'S CLUB Ax
with feudal power: A rioting, royster- companion of her husband who is one in the rcity would contribute Meet at four o'clock on the first
ing despot, he is filled with Castilian blinded in battle. Julio left without either money or labor. Everyone Tuesday afternoon of each month ..
-r' pride of family and yearns for a I the stimulation of frivolous attractions -I I was aware that Graves was anover-, during. the summer at the Country ... Vt "UVflBSJ
male child to carry on his tradition. ', hears the call of duty and enlists seas man-and that the homecomingof President-Mrs. H C. Stanford; : 18
'. Jlis two daughters have married employees in the French army .where he those men received nothing near vlcpre,ld..nt-Mrs. W. B Maklnson; ANNA CASE
one French and the other'meets death at the hands of his in enthusiasm what the going-away MI.secretary-Mrs.Elisabeth Donntan M. Xats;chairman-treasurer of :

German. Madariaga's Latin antipathy I!I German cousin when: the two face ;(was given: and it was believed that'I 'civic d.partm.nt-Mr.. 8.; B. Aultman;
to the German son-in-law brings with each other in a trench raid. many would! be willing to do for this secretary of civic d.part..nt-Mr.
It a dislike: of his half-German Through it all are galloping the I one man what was promised the mil- '' Paul Stanley Mrs.; treasurer J. Z. ROberaOD.MOTHER..TEACHERS of civic. department Wednesday Afternoon Feb'y' 22 .H
children but when son is grand-I I four horsemen spoken of by St. John I I lions when they departed. ,
the Frenchman, Desnoyers, in the Book of theApocalypBe the I ,A considerable sum of money was CLUB
man finds his dream realized. The grim urea of Conquest War, Fam- I contributed to push the work and and Meets third at Friday four o'clock afternoons on the of each first
boy, Julio, is selected as heir to the I ine and Death. I many promised Mr. Smith that when month at the Chapter
I.' huge estate and is brought up as a I The cast includes Rudolph Paientlno ,needed they would put in one day's President-Mr*. W. J. 0rjp; vIc -
spoiled prince of the realm. As a I Alice Terry Pomeroy Cannon work on the house. The time selected I-pr..ldent-Mra.. A. T. Snodg-rass J. M. Miller; treasurer-; secretaryMrs. TICKETS ON SALE ATMCELROY'S : 4
young man Julio becomes the companion I Joseph Swickard Brinsley Shaw i for this effort' has been named as I Mrs. O. W. Best; chairmen of civic
Madariaga's debauched adventures Alan Hale, Bridgetta Clark MabelVan Saturday January 28, and it is es d.partm.nt-ifra. L. H. Ingram and
in Buenos Ayres tango ret Buren Brodwitch (Smoke) Turner "pecially needful that every carpenter I Mrs welfare-Mrs.A. T. Morrison 3. E.; chairman Lupfer.W. of child '
sorts. But Madariaga dies suddenly Nigel de Brulier John Sainpolis,land mason shall gather at the )partially PHARMACY JANUARY 16 '
t without making sr will and the Ger- Mark .Fenton'Virginia{ Warwick, De- erected house early, on that C. T. V.
man branch of the family finds itself rek Ghent, Stuart Holmes, Jean Her-morning prepared to work all day. Meets at four o'clock on the of second each
,sharing .the estate equally with the sholt. Henry Klaus, Edward Con- !There can be found work for. all who and month fourth In the Friday Chapter afternoons House. Reserved Seats For 'Course, $7.00 ,and War Tax *
Desnoyers. With this sodden wealth. nelly George Woodthrope: Kathleen will show a generous spirit. Carpenters Pr..ld.nt-Mr. M. A. Clark; secretary
';-lie two families, )leave,the. Argentine..Kcjr, Wallace Berry Jacques d'Au- will need helpers; nearly any -Mr.. John McPhatter; treasurer "
-Mrs. W. H. Coleman. '
\M, 'Europe. '" ,I ray ;.Curt Rehfeld. .Mile. Dolores Oman can handle a saws others can ,MAIL. ORDERS HAVE PREFERENCE_ .
a Montana Isabel Keith! Jacques material there will be mortarto .,HART MEMORIAL
The Desnoyers settle in Paris, and "Bull" ), pass ;
mix and and under the -Superintendence Meets at the .call of the president.PresidentsMiss .
Nobel carry
Jttib,I an expert tango dancer be-! Lanoe Johnson Harryi ; Elisabeth Donesran;
comes the-sensation of the fashionable nthe Book of the Apocalypse-the of a capable carpenter .cr.tary-Mra. W. H. Bullock; treasurer -
:. dance places.', He meets a fascinating and Beatrice Dominguec. I it is believed great progress will be -Mrs. H. C. Stanford; library .
little society woman. Marguerite The photograph is by John Seitt Imade I if those who have promised to chairman-Mrs. A. W. Wlnp. Tickets for. single concerts at the following :' ,'
Laurie., and the to" of them and the technical direction by Amos(help "do not weaken." I RED CROSS SOCIETTMeets '
; awe swept into a reckless love affair Myers' and Joseph' Calder. Walter| At noon there will be served''si +fine once each month or ,subject. prices Alberto :Snlvl. $2,75, ;.f Frieda,
take was assistant to Rex chicken dinner to all helpers in this I to call at the Chapter House.
account Marguerite's Mayo Ingram.
,that, '.no_ _of--- -- --..-.-- ,scheme of housbnilding-freej* of presldest Pr..ld.Dt-lIr.Mrs. 8. W B., Autaman J. Frlpp;; secretary vice-- ,Hempel, 4.40; Anna Case, $3.30lricltid; : . '
{course.The plan proposed is an ex'cellent : ::'{I -Mrs. a., W.' Best:. treasurer-. -

-. ;.,...'diw.-'I: AmyUdy.Adverti Tleir *W..b" U Tae VaDey CaxeU .one both for Mr. and Mrs..Graves i I Howard Kats. _ ing, ,war tax in each" .. : '
and .
who 1r
those .
', are taking HEALTH CLUB ,' ::,. II s 47:a '!, -.
;'part. In addition it will form a Meets ai eight o'clock vnch Monday J
,-." '. . .. ''splendid advertising stunt for .Kissimmee. ''evenlnsr at the Chapter House. J' .
V Pr..ldent-Mr. B. B. 'Aultman! sec , :" ". < .j."... .
'r There should be a 'photo-- ,r.-Mra. M. A. Clark; assistant ; : : :::. \' ''' ".
Best FertXxcn hucticMes: Sprayers. PosJtry Supplies graph taken of'the premisesbefore i secretary-Mrs. W.-H. Coleman. : treasurer Personal Directors WALTER DRENNAN ;
work and another the close McPhatter. ,
Honest Goods Fair. Prices) Prompt SUpsaeat begins, at -Mrs.: John -

-*. '. : .., !Ask:.Ton Neighbor-He Haows of the day's work--as. if there be the BAR' HAST" RELIES '
hoped-for progress made the mattercan County chairman-Mrs. a. W. Best. Orlando, Florida ,
'IE. O.;;>PAINTER FERTILIZER CO, Jacksemvifle FlelldaGet be made excellent propaganda I r .

December. :1,',1921,'Reduced Price Lists before buying. New fmrmiv *.-, for the entire country... There will be a meeting of the fine .. I. .'
:arts department of the Woman's Club .o..oo..oo..o..o.. ;
:fctSIMON: PURE" sad "GEM BRANDS" I Aching joints, rheumatic pains, at the Chapter House next Tuesday it

rubbing be relieved quickly by afternoon at three o'clock. All mem- ...... 0.0.0.. . ....000..'''_ ''II to. tto "
the application of Ballard'aSnow ben interested in this department I
..j'o. -' Liniment. It is a powerful pen-I are earnestly invited to be present. .
t etrating remedy. Three sizes, 80e, The Civic Department of the Wom LOGAN VILLA. :
', ,. 60c. and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by J. an's Club will meet Tuesday evening : .. .
..; Z. Roberson. January 31, instead of next.Tuesdav, ,"'-

t' I'at the Chapter House at eight o'clock.To MITCHELL t' .
_': : 'dr-1Eill/'J1r: Morning" NOTED FLORIDA, POET .I this meeting all members of the
ISSUES'TlMELY.BOOE club are cordially ted.. '
.. , ast;all ? I The club is putting on several! en- '. The place 10u'let something good -to eat Board and Robins by
day George Graham Cnrrie -world .tertalnments this season the first' one
traveler editor, explorer writer;'being the Microbe of Love,',which.will day or week. Rooms for light-housekeeping. Prices reasonable. "
r' '' realtor home in all quarters ,be produced this evening at the Campo j N
_ .m Easy,to start from the breakfast table-with of the globe but .a resident for at eight o'clock. This play. is SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER. 65c t '' ;
zest and enthusiasm, but how easy is it to more' than a dozen years of Wes. by home talent, but with a professional {

keep on? Does ambition. last or lag:, as the day Palm Beach-has collated the worksof coach. At many places whereit .MRS. C E. JOHNSON. Proprietor .: I IRose's -
A'' ,develops? rhyme which have flowed from hi. has been produced there have been ,, ,
: : pen as lightest fancies or deep. melancholies I crowded house The civic department .' J

Us .. The afternoon"alumj is a-factor to be count- ,guided his muse and in under whose. auspices r
f1 one very attractive volume eiven f hopes' to have a big crow
ed in business re.
upon, or soc of Florida."
"Songs The contentsare
land I promises plenty of entertainment .
A'T -..- .Usuallyr there's a reason. most' varied. They possess not fun for.alL.1- '
y '+!' i the-rhythmlcar fervor,of a Tennyson, ,On Wednesday February 8, the '
i"\;\ Nerves whipped by tea or coffee won't keep the deepness of a Byron, nor' the'cadences club plans to nave Dr. Peter Mc- Taxi $eyvice1

u 4. 'on' 'running, and they Woo't'atand constant of Kipling but there) is apparent .Queen, a lecturer. His lectures arenot ,
in each of the three hundred merely dry details about some
a whipping. ". selections something indicative the worn subject, but are .travalogues

.,.. / Many a man or woman who has wished the spirit- of ,the writer-an impression from the speaks)!?. point of .view ,11
that calmness ruled the rhymes- and ,which are far ahead of the Holmes AnyWhere-Anytime" .
would be as bright the has
as morning
pathos touched many a poem while travel talks. He stands alone in the
;,' ; simply been wishing that, the nerves wouldn't the* full faith of the -writer iV,each: ,lyceum travelogue work of,this country .

,have to pay the natural penalty for being whipped chosen,subject eh 'tn'1n' every stanza', .and no one has been able to Day or. Night- ", t. :
C with the caffeine dingy ,'< The book'of three hundred pages' equal him in his power .to amuse ., .
carries six divisions: "Songs of FlorIda and Interest young and old. The club *
r Postum gives a breakfast cup of comfort and .. ," "Sonnets of The Southland desires, that everyone begin at' With Without Driver Phone 264, Park Hotel 1

A-- ,- ;_. f"-L. cheer, without any-penalties afterward.There's "Echoes" olThe_Great War," "Love+ hear.. his,wonderful -- _ .. __,
Love "
no', "ettlnl,7down-! from Postom'n Songs, "Love Songs When ,Is man.' c ".
t , + midday"" .i Cold.",and .."Sonnets;and Miscellaneous ''r ...I'
drowsiness to make up for midnight wakefulness; Verse." So many'of his writings', _R.t.My.Thm. a paU'CLERGTMANENDORSES" ',
t. no headaches; no indigestion; no increase r have-such "cleverness ;"thatto-selectevenadoson J. .' .
"""Of.., f blood ......_ rer w --::; "-- .... -------- :- ""- ----r-E.- A.' MARTIN SEED. COMPANY : ";,
print would do scant Justice to the ;; POUR HORSEMEN"
< it <: ,rTHE '
' '
.X- Think; It There's entire 1\ OLDEST LED LARGEST SEED BOCSB 111'FLORIDA' :
i, over. full satisfaction in collection; the book must b*
Ft t :t,_ v.t ''Postum, i :cup :.of 'comfort for: anybody (the seen to be ap r.ciated.'l! ,Loa &tbeL Rev. G. 'W Been, pastor*of. the 4 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. I j \. f fMARTIN'S
tributes to'the the 'dead j : Fort Myers, .
living-and ,
b ',\; children included), any time. 1Presbyterian.'ehurch-at, HY TEST SEEDS I .,. :"w
": & vertical j>allusions >to portions of.the saysr -i \ '

: ':, . You. can: getv y Postum from your grocer or ,, state-all ,:proclaim the'. ability of -. :*The Four''Horsemen o( the.Apoea-. Am Kai,. Far QeaJRt ,., j.c:: ".
-- -- v't George:Graham : Currte' to interest, !noM.ison* of-the reallygreat pictures I
?,;'. ; your waf er today, and,probably you'D begot to x "' Sed Corn, Beans Peas, Pepper, Eggplant, Watermelon Cantaloupe. ,'
: muse and instruct,as few .- of the screen. I .wlt.m: Potatoes Tomatoes ,'and Field, .
Cucumber, Cowpeas, Foran Seeds.. ; ,
; have better '
tomorrows,, as thousands *
; sp many several : :that York lastMay.;*.ItMs based'on'tbe '
years ags'. Our' Catalogue and Price List 'will give full information. ..We carry M, :; ""
have) had who. .have mad.the change. from.coflea. through ihe press of i Florida ran a novel,by.the Spaniard Ibanes. ; which varieties field and farm aeecIa.'that have been tested tan

& .3' # n ,to,Postum-- '...,?. i \ poem ..te11la.of' .'1D8II. who,:hrthe takes janame-.from-. Book, of and proven to be adapted to Florida soil and climate and our:years ; ,
> scene
bible. The
Jacksonville of-the '
union station at. heard Revelation )
j of experience enable us to handle the-Florida Seed business to adlvantage.
P M.m COIIMelDtworormai Instant Poetnm(in tins) a woman in adjoining seat of the story Republic \ ' ,' -" : 1 ,
a -- 'ss.A.. Instantly la the cap kjr the addition of boiling watt.' mu=..':Listeningintentlyr: she WM and-in Paris .cJurlDlrthe' late w CATALOGUE' '
Prism Cereal (In packages of larger twit for haee whoprefer -..,'. heard to ..,..'lIow1ir 1" war. It ls particularly. timely. just SPRING '
M saake the drink wbOe the toed is being prepared) Tallahassee. ,.4 Oseeola; Okieckob., nowwhen thewhole world; cries out Marttn's'8prinGaalogpe.b now ready". Write for it : 'Everyone"interested .
,sonde t.1 beiUa tot 1a lnlnnsn._ Sold by all.grocers.; iPahokee,' .'' JChokatoskM. for:"peace. 'One can. easily. believe. in 'Florida- spring and'summer"crops should avail themselves
;:. ."'Homosassa Okahump- that.thia.'picture cost '!'over. $1.000,., of information'. contained in. our)'descriptive 'catalogue.- Sap-1W
y ka-Snwannee,',_ "\ . .. 000 to"produce .and /a year of the plied FREE .on request"to.tho..who send in their,nam..promp .,
'' -: x '
i 1n t ..:.....;Postiim/or-HeoItli,, --- ...:.., ... *Sara$ 4 _
'k' ,; ::'"1'ller e'e" ReU n' ;: OCOM,' ; one oouMsoe many'times with) pleas- '
.... .........,. .. ..,.. i% ? Wtchineka and .It" shows-jrhrt a E. A. : COMPANY :, .
>+ profit.and
-' "" i/to ""$ ,. .. "Okalooss Ito rt.-, . are ; .. MARTIN. SEED i
: :..:i- ,j-tl ;:, -\Y. r/ '. .
__ __ .". T' ; .. _I. ., . _" -Hicpocneef -rt mighty force the moving_ industry.. can EuI Bay Street '
"Witblacoochee IstachatUt ,Hypo"JviW -.become.*'?* - f J ._ -....:4277;12JO ':!
& -, 1 ' ,i', ....\'. -.o. :'t' '! -.2tit2-206 ..: --

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] ..m \.VALLET :JsAinrit,, HU?!AT.,.JAMUART .. Jfttif. " ""l .. ."' :;>-,........ .i... _..., .11 .; _.- .

?+AQt ALL RBpairing KINDS; OF f L. LEGAL: QVERm,-' r ;---F';ME:' i.r saw:_; ?1VbfE5 7jR6wrifi. :!J G-it: 1 f -. V'' ': ; ''- FTi: -' ': . -1'' "'...

I.: 'CisselC..rbatat.' .. ......... .. "" -- _ _ _ U'. .- _ _' ,__ .kNGAUWrnrnlibodl
;:::: : .. MOOfRN
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J..le I -
Cte..ltO.p..t.C..atr. n' c' '
,. t a.e.ry. p. m, 8atrdarv "ltuar, It.; Jnkr'liy'I. Ute diaks'in tb. eleventh .frade. roOm :
TM ,
,1 areas i Charles, Ooodrloh, Balnt. Cloud.Florida will ba orely puaishW., Fleas talc . .I ,
.. ,,, ,.
SEE John FJ..HOUS.. Corn plaloaat. \H .__ 2 -S-lts ta
/ tt po lbl."tt.n the 'absolute all-of'your befongiags you- '
w.'i'' BL I. 'Le. .,;: *t< at DeadantB. FOR. .8AX-B1-" White Leghorn .fffFerfTs truth-even tor twenty-four hoard trash Uclnded..: or Unfurnished '
GRABBY It appcarln <>y affidavit Bl.d In the ( strain) n..e' per slttlns Also Bob As a whole tIIIt Ugh school seems
It is t least Walter Griffin as
".11 -
abo.*-.tate4 AT: and W. a. h.r huvband. the each.] Phillip Stealer, ooraer' IBnmett Bennett, the hero,, of "Nothing but to. be 'doisg well The Freshmen reface .t t.a. lacpii
defendant th.r.ln B ,med. are fion- and Limit street.. a the Truth," accomplished the feat. olas. shows a remarkable ability, esjeclslly >
-t reildenti of the state of Florida.and In the* creations of Jkoasease.But' .
he'cnada h.. .businesspartners
Dixie Highway' Garage are r of. of 8t them.t_boro.!. ..over Georgia.and the. FOR Apply ALB-at the.OtSNdot Tb. Valley. The bet, the trouble with ha got Into with ws must''overlook this. for' they Just being srstted an a .fin: corner;,'

age of twntr-one yeah It Is therefore Oasstta.. 1C1Ni..._. S-U friends and his fiancee, this U tM Mrs now meeting' their fifth great .
lot on atreet. Lot contstoa
"t ordered that the Mild .oa..ld.nt obstacle la higb school life-examiaitionst a paves
defendants be and they are herby roqulrod FOR IIALID-8"'.... potatoes delivered subject of this tremendous comedy
EMMETT STREET to the bill of : com. ,..1. per bushsf. Also fresh snrs.Mrs. hit.Nothing"but the Truth".11.ths, the other four obstacles were orange, -Uangeriaov and grapefruittrees. .
:Iar .. llf teachers.' The wise show
Mtld o u> fosaid Milton. riedfer.. Phone Tt.tttx most whole-hearted sprightly, amus- : sophomores
ondar.. the (th dar of I-.bruar".. A. !' inc. and, popular\ comedy that this a wonderful improvement, but they '
the 'aU..Uo" of
D. otherwlM- .
UUn will be taken aa 00..,..... by FOR BAUD-Purebred White -Leghorn country can boat. Don't fail to see have a great 4eI to ( ,
DLLL.: W1HERSONLocated" said def.ndant. pull.... lOtfc months old laying it! To be prooonUd by the Junior in English;;: Modern History; Algebra -
It !. further ordered' that OiU orderbe finely high records; Ferris strain; ; aad Caesar.' The Juniors we
DENTALUROEON pubU..... one a week for- four. 11.00 each-ll.SO each In lots of tenor Class Friday evening, February 8. f. L WOODWARoUSSIMMEE
will until after
consecutive weeks In Tb. Kleelmine mo...- Allen Foadlek Fish Lake with aa ali-.tal' calt.o pass by ex
la ''office formerly oocu- Valley Oasett*. a newspaper published Park,. Klssimmee. sit ... aminatlonS..They are busy studying kI
pled by Dr. J. W Simpson.Xfioe In skid County and Btat fAGE-Pure- .c..a. Via Orer 0rI a.. now. The' seniors -...U. they are !:,
\ Hours: 1:10 to 11: 1:00:,!' Tbl. Ith O, 3a..u.rr. 1121. FOR sugarcane syrup Inonerallon looking forward to June the fifth.
d./ ,.
Its when
: 1.. OVERSTREET.Clrcult cans; par can
r .........- Nw'u ( Court delivered In lots of 14 cans or over.Address '. On Saturday last there The juniors 'a/re conducting: the
I Clerk Circuit. Court: : 'O. O. Aired' Kenansvllle was witnessed by.the basketball faaa "school squibs" this week. We are 1,

KRIBBa Solicitors* BTEBD.for. Complainant.-., .-..t Florida. StK of Kissimmee one of the best cage much obliged' for this opportunity to

FOR BALK-A.. a sacrifice; my bun. I(I contests of the season- it being a ourselves: We hope we have SE.RVI.CECAR'ACE: :
,.... MOTICai Or ADMINISTRATOR. slow home. Partaly furnished If game between the Oseeola high school fitted 'the position "so well that we
KLEINMAN ir_ n..i Disebsrgs. desired. Lot 100mlt feel; corner have ,
JESSIE chance
D. Death In family reason for selllnc. toys': team and a team from the Orlando may rare again..
1 '
X. .. J !. Ce rt .f the ComTy J.4g., OeeeNa Cash only. ,Call at 1004 Mabbette high:; school. During the first: Thank yot ,

:COP71nC---8teaogrtlpblc-Work" -.-4eaaQ..tat.:.:. '. ....Flerad.- l street. Mrs. Ida Brou ;hton. I-tt half the boys of Osceola were handi- "Tho seventh grade teacher, asked <

-1n... t.Jot.Hoi.edC.. -- ,FOR W.u.JI: }..o 'Y trlLd.'f'JIoa-C eapf d +bltriDA'.tQ..IIII"ltJJto for this In examinations ,
question .
Phone 26%.. State-Bank Bjrilding Notice Is hereby ... to all whom od or unfurnished, and two acres:allo thevcetttre. voattion a player.who was J .'
.j house and All In Plnetfal.I II' "What I. the femlaasoLJoeeph 'IS/2mstt Street -. ,
lot. '
It may .eoncern,: th Mth now -to the position-the regula**ten: "
of January. A.-Dom.'I\I.I shall'.poly 'H. H., Hudson. Klssimmee. Florf4a.c .-:. tie Bullock being.111. As result, The next day when grading the
I ft
to the Honorable T. t. com..r.l..Jlld"'l ;tltFOR the succeeded in pap"' .b.. read the following answers ....i-. '
Orlando quintet -
T{1H for sa my I. final Court.4lacharre ar Jud*as 'A4mhllaira-1 '8AL.B)-A beautiful home; finely holding Osceola down to j a score of r . r REPAU* (L WASHING__ .
tor of the estate of ) I furnished; ready for yon) fins piano. 5 to 2 in the first half. Before the "Mary'' Is' the feminine of Joseph.1Brcit
I Cheap. See Boyer A.
We handle an ctassss of will ceased present: and that,to said at'the Court same my time anal poatotaea. self whistle blew for the beginning of STORAGETIUWOtK

I account aa Administrator of said estate the second half however.Bullock had ; UpHo; ek I $ ,
and ask for theirs rovaLPaled FOR BAtJS- bt the best \ .
; ; uniform and -
ceuafyrrl/i rotten into his was .Oil ,
tIlls land In the bearlns- or-
A. D. -
Real Estate : Mo.b..1.. ."AMms Gorr. 'I'1 a..... tre.; 171 buds one year old. the court. In the last half Osceola ,sWe. had to Soak,up honsekeep-.

4tt _- .Administrator.' ,A ** '..' ... Located oa.Bea-ST..Creak. came ia with some fast signal play. trouble.' because of. will''. stomach '_ 'TO US
Sea a. O. Barber. :
-.... ,,OODRl':' or THBI COUNTY; : ing;' and things began to look betterfor No medicine did her any _
iir JVDOBV i IN AND FOR fUM COUNTY FOR lAUB Chevrolet automobile, the home team. Then Osceola good for more' .than .''a1 few boan.JOa. .
.t : or 0..0.; FLORIDA.TM . .. 4-tS; fully quipped and In first class shot three' full goals two by.. Bullock visit to Oshkosha friend. .-

Fire.JlsuraIlC8. Rill IIIIJ1'ATIII or:, shape. ;Call a splendid on R. A. bay Snyder.; sash, II. Stewart priceII" one b,...Chapman whil. Orlando was Msyr's Wonderful Remedy Eadaiyo ageaU in Osceola: county- fee

E80M G. "AJlU"DIDCBAIUCDl .y.... for Information. ltf. making one basket which brought the JOa. my, wife tried it and she. PERFECTKm taU '
score up to 8 to 7-ia favor of Oeoe- the best of health since A

OF _FFJ8IONATION OF FOR Rooms BALE and, No For Trespass Kent Furnished Cards. ISoenu OJa Bullock starred far the horns It." It .is a ample, hanalsss FABRICS AND CODa,

4 0 ::and .Rentals --NOTICE ADMINISTRATOR. each, At,.. The. asett..ollr-rt team; Tinker for Orlando., that removes the catarrhal -
NOTICE IB HEREBY! OIVBM TO mucus from the intestinal tract :SOLD'AT TAMPAflIcU i
; ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCBSRN. thaton D.- .Oa N.tTheinbjectof .* .
.c and.allays all inflammation which '.' ,, 4 p6
. the ISth day ot'....raar". A. D. FOR B.u.1II-On. Nets taetrle Wall \ II
I Intend to Hie an application I be Plata Practlaally ._.; At a rsa- : --'- causes practically all stomach liver .r-
-oUo- 1-: the Honorable T. I* Comer Judge sociable prl_ Apply Valley Os ... _lest_ debate of and Intestinal ailments. Including aapendicitis. 'G. C. :
of said Court and tender my renlsrna Mtte. the.Henry W. Grady Debating CM One dose will eoaviaos or TYNER'j

"d j' -tlon as -Admlntotrakoc e A Notary Public Ia oar office Ksom Q. Farrla deooased and BARQAINa IN.USSp money : \
that. is causing world-wide' .
that tlato true and correctaccount Terns 'to responsible people. .One"Baby re. . everywhere. "
' I' of ray administration and ask for. tho Orand" Chevrolet) one 1.11 tion at 'the' present time. It was--
'\ approval and acceptance of my said Dodge tourlnir: one Haynospas-, will
"Resolved:* That disarmament ;
000 resignation and, ray discharge aa such .sonirerj one ISIS Ford touring>> ; one BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED .. ".1;
Administrator.This 11.ord : secure world-wide peace" On the ; W.;THOIItS0l1Puta1Ictot _
J. .
once r11r Ford1/toarriFord STATE
the llth day of January A. IX roadster: 1 affirmative were Robert ..Buckles and
..... throe 111 Ford tourlnrs. Bam O. X w'JI
JAMES F. FARRI8. Rasadalo. Elaal......_. Florida. ef-tf Helen Ames and on the negative. Lewis Sarasota county at'reduced, its ;
Nelson f-4t Administrator. O'Bryaa Elisabeth Parker. The from ..lxtmilll to forty.
: Realty FOR 8ALKA 's-ood seven-room plst- result was a decided victory for the millsge .,
: mills Ernest Amos, compt'rol1er.h.yfnar ,
: NOTICE Bred house. A reasonable down aide. After the -
I payment-balance lilts rt>nt. Inquireat negative program given. permission to the com ;' AMDUCENSED sir'
., Sealed bids will bo received by the 40S Clyde avenue Kisilmmee.. was completed a new set of officers missioners make the chance. J
Commissioners of 41ItoFOR President EMBALMERBtora ..
Company Board of County were elected: -Margaret
Florida to 10a..
Osceola County up
m. January II A. D. ItSt.. for 110 fenceposts BAL.B-Two boys .u,... -rear Branson;. .prelldont--Gordon: Bullock More than fifty. juuncl-quan.; of c
I and patting up one and one- old else, velvet one dark blue, one ; secretary-treasurer Marion strawberries were shipped from Plant and' Chapel], r8tswartxAr: C
!fourth miles of fence on, the rlsht-of- dark green Russian style.- white Hornsby; sergeant-at-arms-Walter City in three days- last week'bring- rID.ID4
of East Lake road. collar and cuffs, detachable. Nearlynew =IBafMMEL .
way Griffin: .erltlo-Lizzie Mae Matherly. .
.. I follows ing the !growers spproxUnately.llf292.64. ,-
Material to be as : Apply 101. Main street 4)-tl
IAll heart pin. posts four Inches at Some Important business followed >> Including 'these shipments , .J
; ;! WBf MOVE';THE:; ARTHI! I small end. or cypress posts with three FOR BALE-Wooden' washingma regarding an amendment to the constitution the aggregate this .season ,has beer / '
at small end and facedto Oe 'Tin.'Blceaks'
inches heart ahiN : nearly new. Apply, 101 Stain of the club. The president "Only' .
; Or Anything On Top The Earth heart on one side: One run of Sf- 10-tl 11>>0.133 quarts.,_k
Inch hon wire at bottom and t runs _" appointed a committee to see to this
of barbed wire at top. Posts to bo six FOR SALII-ol'! rent at a reasonable matter and the meeting was ad I John .N., C, Stockton, probably,the '' Mr :Cold1i
TOUR' HOUSEHOLD GOODS feet Ions set two feet In the found, located house IA the city; journed. best-known man in Duval' county .is .
furnished *
11 feet and braced where nece.saThe contains nine -i T i j.
Or, Anything Board 'reserves the right to reject . lot with fruit and shade tr.... -Ad That .Eugene V. Debs should not have ing close to being elected governor} Discovery gives from slag oU

,a"Y".o _3.n x.b'd"; OVERBTR1C1'I'-! II_ r0..s1J.'?'R,,,,641'Irss. Klnlmm' ... besstseleaeedfrom prison." Affirmative came within five votes of being elected colds, and O onrushing... men:grippe'
aK' Get our price before Laving- your Clerk of the Board of County 'I1 tr ,_, Alberta'Branson; and Al: United-States=;'.senatorend* and Maturing coughe has.made r k.-

? hauling clone.B. ., Commissioner, of. Osceola County I '*, FOR RENT. bert-Cotton .negative-Delia rLedbettor one of the real developers'. ,of .the It the standard remedy it is today. '

Florida 4-It and .Hamilton Brown. .. etat e., '. , .. ,t.. 1ime- ied for fifty years aad aever''

"' '. 1N: JOIESITRANSFER COMPANY !.; c..tJ'/;_.... 'ftmtm e f ". .*. FOR RENT-.Ten room house" deslra.blylocated. 1 '. more) popular than today. ''No harmful.,
.,' _evBto *itBi Judicial Vtnmlt.. OsveolammtT' ", A bargain for someone.See Laaler Literary Society Ocala has'a well-established cresmery .druP. ' ....- .
: fttOMXtI-3 ,. : John McPhatter, 11TH Broadway which for business last ''son '
1 ?,-> 'c; CbaNr7.- Klssimmee. '-410I (, -1 opened You. "m" notice t1te"'reIW bt
t : sr tease on.,.OMSS/S Nor I. V. c..' George, .H.' Fry.... Complainant.. The last .meeting of the Lanier week. The. first day's run in the but loosened phlegm and eased.coup.,/' .

. .'I' Mary B. 'Fry Defendaat.' I FOR EXCHANGE : Literary Society: was 'held Friday, ter, line turned'out' more 'than' one Always reliable and good for the" ,.
to\b! appearlnr by affidavit appended January 6, In the high" school audi thousand pounds,>- all of which .was '
bill filed In the abovestatedcause TO KXCHANQB-Twelve hen. six "whole family. a conviadaf. healing
d R. DENNINGDENTIST' one rooster aU""thorousbfor torium. After a short programthe disposed of before it left the churn. ill
DR. J. B. Fry, the defendant pullets taste,with its good mediciiitlquaHUes. .".rr.. a non-resident of the 'Brown Leshornsv for equal following'officers were elected:. President Milk/ -cream buttermilk, butter and .- At Marls.Dr.
/ State of Florida, and Is a resident of .number of thoroughbreds of header. -Kathryh McKay; vicepresldentiTheta ice 'cream will be handledin, a wholesale . an (
breedn.rL Keds'oVply'moUlh Rook.prel.rr.4. '
Over the Poat lftco. 1 Berwick., over the Columbia age Of county. Pennsylvania A. K. !)ena'.. at , i Ph.,; secretary-Lillian manner 11* .

ornca HOURS: a to liio.:. 1:1' i. It is therefore rs \r..tont\l-rJ\ -ItoWANTEDErxr.AuTFhiipments Harris; critic-Mr. Rice. The new
Kosideaca Pheae .17'- __ non-resident defendant be and she Is president then .selected the program The. combined deposits of Wauchn- "'-
hereby required to- appear to the bill committee with Etelka .'. two old banks amounted to'$721. N2WBFbr s" ,
.Office P...... 1MX of complaint filed In said cause on or Stroup 204.40 while' combined loans of the '
before the
ary..A.Mond.r.Il'blh otherwise the allegations and vegetables. Ship: to and communicate Wino, and Johnnie Bronson two banks amounts to 739109.82,or ,

of by said.defendant.will be taken as confessed Tl .Central wlthXHub Produce Company other'members. After a few voluntary something more than $18,000.00' more 'tI".. a-uJu 01 ..: '.-.e" Yn
Atlanta their'combined
avenue than In
M. TILLER It Is further ordered that tale order Gears-la. 4-ito ; numbers, the meeting was ad deposits' or sick .headaches !: bI sallow '
be published once a week -for four : has been -doing der to make these .loans the'twobanks .skin waste nutter ia thasysteau teKJaaI J
consecutive weeks In The KlssimmeeValley WANTED-To hear from-awn.. 'of rerygoodwoorkebut have borrowed $128,000 which
there is alwaysroom .this
; Correct heahhoadstvminingcondition ,
Real Estate 'Apency. County a newspaper. published '.... ranch for sale. State cash I. probably three times a. much 'at '
1 l :' In said and Btate. --- particulars. D. Ft Bush improvement, and'a.. theyear.adrances J' 7ty taking Dr. Mag's\ _"
This. January 4th, l ll.KRIBB8 .Minneapolis, Minnesota : <4-llti , they ever*borrowed before. And yet rmT tSceats.. Aadrna n' " L
*'?.\ I.''Inca. ,1ft.:)ty" Bougbri d' old" ,.' If I (Circuit r. Court',. 3.seal: LOVER8TREET) : : . 'WANTSIiOood. ) home In Klaslmmee:] society-'intend to 'advanceand 'Im! the there banks'are people for not who letting have out knocked,moremoney. ; Q

Clerk Circuit OCurt.Bolieltol'O prove .
If Houses reatbxL .V iiTNRD. over See us postofflcs.Immediately. Borer 4k Ward s-tf The;program for the meeting of _Wauchula Advocate. "** Thot'iEii: t

Taxes paid;tad Titlet verified for Complainant 4-It Friday, January 20 !is as follows:, W. H. "
WANTED TO EXCHANGE-Hare good Dixie Milton owner of a big plan
for noa-reskleat' NOTICE OF MTKKTIMO: OF STOCK- ,homo In Kisslmm; want farm near Opening song Land..Soclety tation'about five.miles out from Ms- "

Fire Life and Accident lasarance. HO1.PBB8. I town.. Boyer Ward over postoffloe. Vocal, solo.----------Miss Leitner liana has solved the fence post prob
.r f-t t, Life of '
- Notice ;. '1t.reb'lv... -that Cheriwill Emerson------Clara PloetsReading lem in a.most uniquemanner..Heit: : ReUei '
be the annual meetingof the WANTED horns In Klsslmmes. Must ._:'....Eleanor Overstreet having pecan trees planted, about Robert Co
Bond. stockholders of the Merchants ft.Farmers Emerson's Message..Msrtha Ordss : ,
:.. ,indemnity Bank of Klsslrames at the have lakefront. Customer 'la nowwaiting. twenty feet .p.rt.n to the trees .
Florida ." Ward, A Words.Eleanor .
..... ,... . .......,.... ..... office of. said bank., January In Kissimmee.Florldon'ruesday : 14..U... over po.tbfllce. ,-U : Song Witbout r Rosen Edith_. McLean the wire fencing f is toiled The circumference
of the about
at lt Prtn.. for the purpose electing and Etelka plantation is '
:a. R: KRIBB8 w. j. STBHD directors for the ensuing year and the ] WANTBD, for cottage-To or trade>bunsc! oltros iow. See fruit'Harry land :Stroup.Elizabeth ," six miles and the trees ara to supply x
'. transaction of such other business .'Hunter, the -posts for the entire distance Mr.
A Log House Klsahnmee. *
: Humble Bee..VirglnTa! Lesley
mar properly come before said .tock.bold.r. -r--- Milton
l-tf etatee'the-trees will ;
.. serve'asposts NyE9YJQRtS
Piano du ....Johnnie
4 .......... .1 Bronson.. Mae for
iatt'eraeys I aad at Law J.. M. \WILLSON. .Winn many years and at.the samstime
x .Klsalsssass. rierida Mt' Cashier.THE WANTED-Help_to 'work on -truck the' nuts will fatten the hogs in
I _ farm worlc for
; steady "Rhodora"Winifred
; :
,,.Oaaeral ._.tl_ la all Stat.:.., .' or would rive capable man taP good Denning the fl _Marianna Times-Courier. '
I Jokes .:.... ... Lillian Harris
L' -s l/alteel Blatas .,.._ show to crop on shares.. Inquire -: .. ,.

evenings. at. 401 Clyde. avenue city. Closing.. song, MAmerica;....Society: A bad wound, burn or1 cut should; be HOUSElBILLS ASPECIALTY ..-ALIr '
f' ASSIFIEIl : : .. 47-tfc' '- rod
: Pat 30bn.t'a O. f:,GARRET I C COLUMN "" cleansed-of dirtor= impuritiesanddressed . -
----H t..Fro.. T1eHighMuch with Liquid Borozone. If INTERIOR;FINISfl. WINDOW AND i.
hens the flesh marvelous
--- .with speed.

t ; : : FOR SALE I ROOMS AND BOARD-Nloel? furnished terror and many agonized, Price; 80c, 60c. and .$1.20. Sold by POOR, FRAMES, WINDOW' AND
10 11 and'12 Osceola Band rooms, excellent board. good location as bewildered' looks, might be J. Z. Roberson. ee '
-.I"pfftce.1 ,
FOR .AL I reasonable prices. Call at seen on the usual smiling face' of the I DOOR,SCREENS,, ,
111 Mabbette
Building.. street.. Klsslmmes. ,. .
FORTY ACRES rood land.' IK miles rata pupils -Osceola high school if a SOME KIND EXPRESSIONS
lIS8IMMEZ' FLORIDA from oU .. of Klssimmee; wood I stranger were. to peer into their :. '-
citrus fruit land; not Improved; SECOND HAND OOOD8. bought sold midst Why all this amazement TNothiniJuat FROM CLEVER .PUBLISHER ..., ,
,CHEAP and most .favorable. terms of and repaired. The Casino.t. V. -u.
payment -. mid-term examinationsare While Brother Thorndyke, of The Phone '218 For'E t ln.tea., Darlington <; '
t' A. VANS AGNEW A. NUMBER of close-In building! lots YOUNG MEN and woWen over severedteen v stealthily approachingThere Klssimmee ValleyGazette,. Is '

P.. If at desired.low" price.Come and let long u.lime-show to f 110, monthly desiring, write government for fret positions list of are but a few days left and during as ,one of the most able recognized and /and; ,Halsey' Streets, Ki ..immoBuildins.Go

ATTORNEYAT.LAWOFIrICE8. CHICKEN AND TRUCK FARM-Special ,._ positions now open. R.; E. Terry these' few days most of u. fearless editors In the state of Florida -
it: b M1n:> most .favorable terms' former civil service examiner) 114!. would feign be classed in the stunt yet we notice in the editorial

: ,Winter. Park. ,Florida .. NINE, In', ,with good ONK-HAW, six-room ACRES house. close*ata- C.Continental. y.. 'Bulldlns.'Washington S-lti. D: ranks! Come--cheer up! The'warrt;: columns( of.The,Gazette o .last week -
't <. a blee.garage, nice ahadei'nno"flowingw is yet'to come."'' 'But let's face -the"worst"'bravelyand that; there are some of the'people"of

,ll-of pure soft artesian water andeasyp.ymeata - LOST in the coming bin town who-do; not appreciate his ,' .
extra tine< land: very cheap; semester' weeks let 'all strive to .,
-z ; us worth. Because he has been scraping: )
.ID.c-uh. x.oBT-u...,S. Marine watch, fob ReJdUfit'tnriiedto do bettei'work than have
- : : 'FINK-STOCK ;: excellent: we ever a bit of cuticle here and there,by teU- ,
CITY ; .roy.\'c.tU..h..P., horses, mules'. .-*'* ; : Oa!!.tte ofnce.ja done.,..Lst'a.all-.b. .what--Mr.-.Shaver ing facts,-he'ha1'aroused th. Ire of

d '. o goats' -close and In Investlcatlon fact a- Bolng"concern.Worth Favora*. o cells,a' student -We- have only five some of the ,would-be directors of ;

: ble term. of payments.-* ." --. ,LOST_: Small leather bound --loose-lea more -months'of school. At the end public ,policies: I.nd' therefore they Up Quickly!! -
note bookCollege of
Agriculture on
8OMH... LAKID-VaONT PROPERTY: front cover. Return to L o.H.-Wl-| of these five months some of u. willenter have taken a fall out of him by countermanding ,
: ; _Very desirable and reasonable In ,
,: .... All kinds_of Florida son. .' '. "- '_j. the' world at largo-most of us some, of the I patronage .
iMEATJARKETMeai property .
__ __ ,
: \ for sale and some -'for exchange.. .._ c will t-remain., in school; but let's advance promised before they'discovered that ... *";..(

t' ( I''Correspondence, '- :. .,*- ,, U NloNSLOSI NG:OUT -'our grade at.the close' of thisyearU ) he would not "be good"1 and allow When oar lumber'.is used.: :For there /fI. ?

EXMAAW y . .., . school;,.instead of remaining ?Vir to djttrtc!! w.t he' should land \
' ,-reS\, :: ,;:and; 4.' -i:: ;FOR' According- -the<.iSibl ishers'" ,,Auxiliary -. where we are. >"':::- -, .'.- should not publish' .But Thorn"has !14 no time' lost 'I in.' selecting' 'good, 3Sardi r /,

.r. > ,. J' l'i TWO'AND'ONB land- HALF ACRES food: a ,trades 'paper,whfelu, September L Oh."'yes; by tl-'Wa'let'-n: t forget been fa.the game long enough-- to or In matching: up.', Tbs lumber. , ,..';i"

,i- 1fe!'; I .' :ft y.-roo.on'splendid..! house open street-.with a..p'.....nice nloe .of 192969 percent of printerswere to,.eat' peanuts and "chew, ...." know_what,to expect when he publishes ., seat'ouf from hers'',caa be'-:used,t .-

front porch. larva latticed porch; employed la union "shops and at recess and noon'buteld of,choosing troth that interfere, with an- with the minimum: amountof work- :? ;

!'"-:'-. 'spleddid'. well. of good pure.soft land but 41-percent.... with open Shops English History;. pearUfta whichto otherfa' plans, or Interests. He also .well : 1 .b
Phone' 44' for.1' -'stables citrus fruit chicken and'poultry house| flue business. In September- of ,121 72 percent ol get rid of. them.I My'dfcr fellow knows that "truth .. mighty and will I Ili go: p.'Itsn' 'saves time as ace:.

;) .. Boms" young tr... and t....dealfor. all printing production was from theope students.\respect i your' .elders snd .do prevail" and publicity is the greatest' insuring ..a,7tter.banding! ia,'every' "

& .' treaa., Owner-wahts to shop. and but 2$ peroent'In'the think of other members of the class weapon?there.: 1".. against .falsehood, way.i, -And ,our prloes' spell 'economy+: :

-, ; union .shop.,. In ;iNew York icity> 66 who might get hungry sometimes, selfishness or greed.Sbring'' Messenger. time.- t***
.". O. '. -:1': percent of the employees are-in. union . bee**** the*;ailed to,,IsJ!. la .' sup :J.;; every
:Herbinecorrect!J blUovsaess,;indi-- 1ELeJi,'. : .,COMPANY 'shops._.but- in' Chicago-only:50 plyfor_ themselves. ._.' '' -' . .

"Itloa-.aDd 'eonatl &tlon. It- .. a fine FOR BAUEWTobisbest bidder for percent .re.. ,thus. employed: ; 'and 'fa We:would like to say as 'general *** Ctre1 Gila aas!.,. .... WMDWARfilSMBEiLYAtft

r .berbel:madldne tbat'.drb'e".outiin.. cash nor .abort.......,1'say ten-aere both those; as in all large'ciUes,*the romlnder-that'tboM pupils wits have _, c .
alld 'reItoro..h..l ondl- 'citrus'grove twa. J'rom B.Lt I -... left *, Livestock well bred ADd well c&rocI: 1 .
[ heretofore
purities 7'< miles open;;shop making;large galns.1 TTehrtak :, lions M the .,..tom.= Price soc .Sold Cloud grapefruit consisting. ......., Bids 4 received orange and by I' cil sharpenlngs, peanut ;hulls,'-off any for has greater earning capacity than . ,;" tc y1tIaelMDEE
bZ.'Oober onXi : .. a i ceU Uks ,NR,' othersuch floor to inferior ..nlI, : j ., ;t, .fl, : Sri
.. .. L .oJaa_or'personally ties tine. f'clpcavV .. ; $xubou.th1;;_ ;or., ; Q'"t. I _
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; '!',''IBI KIll 1..YAU.a1'lc.uani..r.* > JANIIY _..... rrfiNsocIETY's ;41 1 .. .

.. ,, "- '
Sunday: thool board of tie.Southern n o. BILL HART:WAS'M- stT)"*: .;1 I business properties -. and because: it, P. V., after, prayer' meeting Thursday .
1'f.mdie. ,
; : REALM3A Methodist. church at its",;ftteeUn .In i Ii.rn ere J lJ the .'ee 'GUEST OF CASINO' MANAGER is 'church: property it goes 'unassessed evening. It will afford ;wholesome 1)

:; ; Na.hvtll.Thl... work is: of stupetiduons express much satisfaction with ,theehangej _', ,- ., N -ad untaxed Every dollar:' worthof amusement as well as religiousstudy.. .! j'J

: .,:t.i.. .* .'., magnitude, each place beia* and declare that. Xissimme W... Hart'has been in Kissimm**! < church property should pay its 'Ben; "Treadwel), of'-Saint Augur' : ,..;r.' .
thoroughly outlined In detalJ.'ihomil' : j. I.'to be their"future home. These Hf blew into the city-. ans' leg- prorata of the upkeep of the govern- tine district superintendent of :
)j >! QUET : G" careful and. prayerful stud/'''. .1 families! will I spread' propaganda regarding gins sans sombrero sans',his,'shoot.ingirons ment-and if this .werr the rule the Methodist church, was 'In Taft' tbe"j"1, ;

r Tuesday ''evening at' The Bungalow and afforded' much. food for theught'; ,. '.feel-sum. that through them there win western beauty which/h. is all the The jsneakerj, declared that fully I The children in the local! school. "..
aswell for .he :homerqus others from their Protestant were examined Thursday by the
as hungry. neigh. time rescuing. But he was "BI1I"S.Hart. leventy-ftv. percent of all f
the primary teachers entertained .
the "--- boa-hood ...ho.'Will follow them to.Kia- county doctors and'nurses. I
who belongedto
the same not the Bill that churches had members
officers and teachers of "the just ; 1
Sunday; MISSIONARY SOCIETY Mrs.. Lora S. Manse national and ,J+
simntee and ultimately make this. city is filmed-but with the film that is the Masonic fraternity, and who ,
school the.official board represents '
MET AT THE BUNGALOW their hpme. *- hind with the good International organizer! and lecturer'who 1}
_ tlves of Bible the' King'class of Daughters the Methodist, anMen's < The literary and social meetlng.ofthe of l't;', The location of these ..farnjlies'camethrough ; billed.This Bill Hart has nerve, however deed.stood done by the glove Masonic order and has written many -orations, for' cW-it
Woman's Missionary Society'" medal contest work of'the W. C.; T.I
the Nelson Realty Company, for entire day with the high stand it took in all matters
he-.spent; an
church at a seven o'clock dinner. -
the Methodist church was held at.The I Catholic U. and .much helpful data' for- '.th.Union' .
Professor and Mrs. F. M. Williamson, Bungalow Monday afternoon. The JOINED WEDLOCK Manager Dan Ashford of the Casino; ,, benefiting: ; humanity. The Signal and other leading Capers
I and the .Masses. Lawler,-of Lakeland following verynicely and hat.requires; ( ..nerve plu.--7h c church.the speaker.aseertedhadaver, be In and Semlnolo 'iJ
programwas the order will Orange
details of thepresent.tlon and still is, against
were honored guests. 'The rooms rendered .' At the Baptist 'parsonage Sunday two were arranging' :ibeen.
counties the last week in February.. ,
were tastily decorated in green and Readings on the Book of MarkMesdames -: evening, January 15, at six-thirty.: on Thursday next at the] which has always carried has an done enlightening vast She has d.tell..t most, every townin
Bell Casino of the "Four Horsemen of The influence which
Horace Sweat and Miss Susie '
Bratton and Grif '
attractive' Young were made husband and wife-.-Rev.J. Apocalypse" the wonder, film that I I([good In millions' of cases where. I Many the f.ce."are. seeson"thestreets 'j
pl' A .bounteous three-course dinner fin.Study A,- Sutton has broken all records for attendance friends were needed.Many I
was of,, DIsclplinMra: John officiating.CHANGE 1 remarkswere now, and' more have written ,
served and gre.t1y'enJo'edltI"'e throughout all America. This U the I of the speaker's ,
a covers being laid. .' I' McPhatter. IN LAUNDRY sole mission of this Bill Hart: __+ to cheered strongly and his closing that they were coming next montH.;
iAn African Pat.verbyMelldam l The W. C. T. U. will hold a .child
all the time advance masterpiece I
Afterdinner'' Professor Williamsonand keep going! doing 'peroration was a
Shaver and
-Miss Lois Lawler in clever and tngram, Richardson : We )have just taken over' tie KUsimrnee work for what I. styled the I which provoked much applause. The I,welfare meeting' next Wednesdayafjternoon '
Duncan. I Laundry and Dry Cleaning most wonderful picture thus far made meeting was a pronounced success in at the Baptist church beginning t
Interesting explained: the ''prop.m Solo-beautifully rendered Mrs. 4, I
I at two o'clock. ,' .
r'' recently mapped>> out -by the H. Stanley Bullock. Works, located at 12 Darlington avenue -and after looking over Kissimmee i every way; and the Masonic fraternity 1 Every woman -, .''
and are prepared to care'for all' he felt sure, that the Casino would congratulated; itself that so entartalning an dchild in Taft and 'vicinity its. '-
Home Base-
i Reading-News from work at reasonable rates. We- shall not hold the audience J .that would I address was delivered. cordially invited to attend. 1
,Mrs. C. E. Hilton. endeavor to build up -business of flock there to see this ,showing. Mr. and Mrs. Page returned from '1

.. 'The meeting closed with prayer by which the city may feel proud and When leaving here Mr. Hart said:: TEACHERS ENTERTAINED their week's trip to Daytona Wed,
Mrs. J. L. Oversfcreet, after which nesday., They enjoyed the outing
: inevery case we shall guarantee all "This is an exceedinglypretty spot, 'OW .iJ
delicious refreshments. of sandwiches, ,work: to be done. in a most satisfactory and although: I am just completing a' Teachers of the primary and be- hUl'ely-a. they caught nice lot et" ,.

., ;t. . cake"and coffee were- served -br.H .- manner. New machinery- trip-over the continent that has car- Dinner's.department the Methodist -fith-.-- ,
A'.,1., teases' Overstreet Bronson, Bryan, be added as rapidly as possible. ried me thousands of miles I have .Sunday school entertained the -- -

and Cotterman. PITCHFORD & RAY, seen'very, few spots more'oharming.4 i ers of their pupils at The moth"'j, "THE FOURHORSEMEN"Virginia
Visitors Invited to --- .
,. attend these are meetings.cordially Come and. Proprietors. You'have here all the possibilities' of j Thursday afternoon. It was a Warwick,, :'R farmer Mack "'
beautification which have 'added so enjoyable and profitable occasion.The
get acquainted.Meetings SECURES ORLANDO' JOB and teachers explained Sennett bathing beauty, has the. ;role ,col
much to the charm of Californiaand superintendents ,
of 'Chichi the sister of Julio.
and ?y
held the first
are I .
AND REMOVES FAMILY now all you need is the Spirit their work to the mothersand
.. third' of each l Steuart Holmes and Wallace Berry I
Mondays raap _, of Co-operation." I enlisted their sympathy and co \

.. ENTERTAINED AT CARDS -' I his J. W:. Goodman which upon he has disposing conducted of I FLORIDA STANDS HIGHIN .I'operation.'batt-hour Following enjoyed the program duringwhich al convincing known to of all ..,tb.'mollt."; con- 'rat ;j
grocery social was
MRS. CLARK, HONOREE tinue'their roles bad in th'. '
yin Kissimmee for- about a'' year,' has ROAD IMPROVEMENTDuring i sandwiches and coffee were aa., 'men J.;
their Mr.
At home on Brack street ;T
:Prizes, Given{ Away and Mrs. J.. D.- Woodbeek ,entertained secured a position with a large'gro -; served. I. lesnersholt.haawanjmpgytant .
? -
circle of friends +cery and provision establishment in the five" months ending De-
a L on. Monday evening character role Professor Von Har-
to honor their guest, Mrs. Llllie\ Orlando-and put in last Friday and cember 31, 1921 state counties, cit 'trott. t :
Clark, of Jackson Michigan. Among Saturday in testing himself out. ies, towns and townships ;in Florida I Brodwitch Turner, better known as /I' "' ,
He liked 'jt. well that he "signed have this state far to the
he guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. W. so pushed far "Smoke the'wart of
plays Argento
f Absolutely Free iruns,and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Story up"' with the firm, rented a house,' front; in the good roads movement byvoting Mrs. J. W. Francher is rapidly re- la, the ,companion of Julio. *, I
and is. that from the
moving to city a total of $11,239,000 in bond I r
Ii of Narcoossee Mr. and ;
Mrs. Ed-
; J. covering from her recent severeIll- ,Bridgetta Clark is seen a. Dona'Luisa.
home' erected
new which "he recently issues for' roads and $1,664,000for
ward Krause, of Runnymede Lodge.Mr. : of Julio. Miss
t' the mother '
her 'Mr.' and Mh. Goodman are new streets--a total of $12,903000. ,- ness.The
and ,
Mrs. J. K. Conn Mr. drew
Microbe of Love" a Clark is a well-known-actress' bothon
To the person who hands In the niost M",.'w, H. Tunnlcliffe Mr, and Mrs."leaving Kissimmee large_ circle they'are"of friends natives"of in {. addition. Official there reports is- show'total also that large: audience Friday evening, and s the and in'the picture field.

:complete list of articles displayed in George P. D..,Marine Mr and Mr.Mrs.and S. W.Mrs Porter Edd ,this cltnd- ax are much admired expenditure of $6,620,000.a for probable roads good sum was gained for the library Alan Hale has the'part radicalruerraan of Xrt von '.l

our windows' during, the month of '01' and Mrs. J. D. Chunn Dr. and ,throughout the entire county. and $315,000 for streets' still under fund..Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Arnold and A. characterization.Hartrott -a very '

January we Will present,. Free. Irs. O. L. Buckmaster and Mla I'I I contemplation. .Of' the bond isues I I R. Aron of -Orlando were guests of .
MORE MICHIGAN PEOPLE voted there sold
during the five ,
Roberta all were
Buckmaster of Saint Mrs. Veder It .
Mary Sunday.Mr.
p / Cloud, and Mr. and Mrs. George P. ARRIVE IN KISSIMMEEMr. months period mentioned a total of and '
A RYE DOLLAR GOLD .PIECE worth of and Mrs. C. J. Weber E. R. !
Gardner, of Kissimmee. The wom- 1' 916.000 bonds for road Im- Watkins have returned from their 1
and Mrs. G. R. Wright, provement and 767.000 in bonds for
an' prize and the man's prize were
visit to .
will Tampa.Mr.
and to each"of the next twelve be M'.l
and Mrs. William Flory Charles : street improvement. During the
"1 won respectively by Mrs. Porter and and Mrs. W. P. Hendrickson
;.i given an. attractive, prize.. Mr. Brtins. The affair was a charming ert and Carl Waltz all of present season Florida is leading the have arrived from Middletown Ohio,
: Michigan are new arrivals in KIs-i states of the south in }both street and
,. . ,. Light refreshments were*> ,simee thin being the first time arty road construction. and a re.,located with Miss Hasher, on

,. Lists'rnuat; be .plainlytten' with j I'of the group has made a stay, in j Illinois avenue and Eleventh street.
Mrs. R. I. Rice and daughter Mrs.
the items in columns in alphabeticalorder THE STORY HOUR j I Florida. They have already found so Rats kill chickens destroy eggs,
M. Miller and Miss Mattie Rice
> features here that eat grain( ruin clothing and leatherwoods were
:Neatness, will count. many pleasing and disease while therein I of Mrs Mary Veeder on Sun-
The story hour for children Wednesday each one is delighted and each ex- carry I guests
All competing, lists must be handed! afternoon was unusually interesting pects to never pass another full win- i not single benefit' that can bed Mr.
with the following ter in that cold and blustering northern !credited to them.GRANCMPERA. and Mrs. George R. Rickard ,
into the store ofsfcef six program .
on ore o'clock have arrived from Alliance, Ohio ,
prepared by Mrs. L. B. Tyree: state. The visitors were induced
t 'cm the"afternoon of Wednesday, February IGNORED and are pleasantly located at their
Story-"Apples Red"-Mrs. G. W. to come to Kissimmee through the
; 1.. 'ersons. i influence of J. J. England who lastvear I( THROUGHOUT FLORIDA home on Oregon avenue. f!
II. Stanley Bullock of
'Song Billie Tyree. I nice
purchased property on
Now,get busy. See .the windows Uncle Remus Story Mrs D. B. Orlando avenue-and then spread tile I Comic opera vaudeville sketches was a business caller here on Wed.

and: get the lists ready. Shaver. j'news "way up Woodland.." romt"diea-all are appreciated in nesday.
Recitation-Eleanor Rosen.) I I Florida -: as '"crowded houses will Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Nagle' of Balti
-- -
Story-"Little White Dove"-Mrs. TO TAKE SUBSCRIPTIONSFOR I prove; but when it comes to "grand"- more, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. a.
T.' J. Maroney. I opera the people shun it. The few Josh Ferguson on Wednesday'

THE tlrr SHOP Story-"The Nightingale" Mrs.G. WILSON- FOUNDATION. who patronize it do so more for abil- Comrade Wyman. after a brief illness '
passed away Wednesday< morn-
J overt
W. Persons To endow permanent awards for"distinguished" : ity of gloating having"been( six o'clock.MraAnna .
there" than
PianosoloLittleDeRheta-Aide public--service there is because of any enjoy-
.... .
Anzbaughwife of S.
Roy.A: Well, J Proprietor: man. I a proposition to raise' by subscription -'mtrnt' received attending, Friday -E. Ansbaugh passed away last Fri- .
Recitation Jack 'evening there splendid I
Tyree. throughout the United States a fund was a company ;
r Emmett' .Street KfssimmeeKISSIMMEE Punch and sandwiches were serve*: of genuine artists occupying the day evening at Orlando. Two sons
: which will be known as the Woodrow
Next week's story hour will bein Wilson Foundation. The sum sought boards at the Casino -and the pre. are mother left to mourn the loss of a good' : MER X}

- char' e of Mrs. D. B. Shaver and in is one million dollars and each con-A sent tion and the costuming and the /CANNON
.M he program will be "Wishing Wishes tributor in any amount; will be entitled music was of a high order. Nothing BARTON LAKE i*, -

&. -: : ," "Why'* Fishes Cannot Talk," to receive an artistic certificates better has been seen .In the state- MADARIAGA mTHE 43!
"The Green Monkey,", "The Playmates The assertion is made that each dollar -1 yet the advance-agent stated that nowhere Rev. B. C. Collins filled his regular
-" ," and "The Little Rooster" had the received r FOUnHORSE/vAEM: / ; N-W
received will be devoted to the I company even appointment here last Sunday and at .
AU children, are. cordially invited." proposition the. many expenses of Ia fair-sized audience, In Kissimme' the dose of the service the congregation '
:PLUMBING ,;SHOP it wag the same The general tF..lhI.,A'PO CAL'Y.P.S_ .
conducting the'campaign having been way. marched the lake to witness .
1" :
""\\\j'.r'Ii'(\ I'''''" . ." iTO cared for by private interests. public cares nothing about' listening the baptismal service, for Wash 'Ir.

''I'i .. V K''''-\' JNotJa"I' -. >1, KISSIMMEE'S QUOTA In the interests of this collection to foreign languages-: matter how ington Hart one of our community Poroeroy Canaan, as Madralaga, .,..:
.ToojBI,, Coming from Georgia, ,for Osceola county and she will well as elsewhere ship of the Barton Lake Baptist ,and the owner of the South American : "1
,.n. Nothint, Too Saan. and .falling 'In'love with Kissimmee be aided in her efforts by Mrs. J. M. ed a losing game., On' Saturday evening church. A large numtw>: -ef Mount (plantations; plays an important role .

and its surrounding dountryl three Duncan, Mrs. W. J. Sears, Mrs ; a filmic showing of Tom Mix in Carmel members' from East Lake at- in the .early part of the story Mr.
.- families have'concluded' to remain as George P. Garrett Rev. R. F, Hod- a most remarkable presentation drewan tended these services. Saint Cloud is well known his characterizations
i AO Work Guaranteed permanent "citizens. These are John net .Judge T. M. Murphy, George T. S. R. O. sign at ,th. Casino-and and Lockwood also were represented. Qannon of big men roles and

R. Young and his daughter.. Miss Singeltary. and J. L. Overstreet. even the few who saw the grand op- Messrs. :Tindall Tyson and Hart this is his most notable' achievement..John ,
t"r To.: Be' $aHsfattoryc Daisy( Young, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lewis O'Bryati has been designateda era were forced to admit that. there' have just finished making up a fine Sainpolis also has an-,important _'

'.' '. Mitchell-Sill, of whom are now occupying treasurer of the funds secured in was: more enjoyment over' the. motion crop of sugarcane.A. role have S. Northruj ,.
; as Harry ,
the "Dollins property at 1108 this city and county. No quota has picture. Such a condition may be J. Lane is preparing to plant : ,Klas 1
Derrick"Grant.Henry Jacques
15 Mabbette[ street-and Mr. and Mrs. raid to show that "the'public.'has not ,
; Broadway ICJIf iaaesw been named ,foa this county-but as his farm to potatoes and other crops. d'Attr.y>,Curt Rehfald Mile. Pdlorez.
O. S. Thomason and Miss been educated to the class :
daughter higher
much as possible will be collected. up All fruit trees and groves in general Isabel! Keith Lanoe' '
Jacques t;;
;4 'auline. Thomason, who have purchased of amusements, but the people know are in fine condition and putting Fenton and Minnehaha. Mack
property at 224 Bermuda ave- Subscribe for The Valley Gazette) what they most desire-and they forth fragrant flowers. ,...
;- 0 happy till it."
they "get Apparently ATTORNEY SAYS GAZETTE
; dago dialect is not' desiredin ITEMS FROM TAFT :
The Hutchins Land Company is (Continued from Par One). ,'

HART AS "WHITE .OAK" transforming Taft. Already the little says the records will show it, Mr. '.
..'-. 7' ? ,iyr- - ---w--ji---*------ IS WHITE jAr.L THROUGHWhy burg seems more attractive than it Overstreetdoes! _80t_ remembn:_ e_ .J
'-" did a week ago. The park fence has conversation- which The Gazette '

t>R.: T.. RIVERS, L. H. GEDGE 'M. / STOUT = "White ();'kfr, This iis'why; been changed, weeds cut rubbish resentative declares took pf& rel'i.,.

'-I 1iMaJd.atl, i C.r Viee-Pr.alJen" The chief character :in/.thisnewPar-/ raked up and burned and the Urge his office. The attorney 'for the "

. =- amoUnt picture produced by..William cement block: building in which the board asserts that Mr Overstrfefetsaid ..
t: : ,<;. = S. Hart which will be seen Saturdayat office is located presents a businesslike he personally told the,representative -
t; old of The Gazette that the notice -a
the Casino, is Oak Miller a. gambler appearance. The residents -
and are happy indeed that this was to be published elseWhete "
a man- with-a heart of gold. progressive '
He is white 'by nature, .in the colloquial company .has procured The which also, is not remembered by 1
'p" =. sense. White as the Oak whose Taft Estates, and wish it success in that individual who-:up to the lata'ftmoment .
TheRankWith.e name be bears-what better cogno- the highest sense of the term. was "holding the foirrtis"' f

.t mefT" han ."White"- )akrThus--the-r--Manyj-citizens of .both.sexes transacted for the insertion of the notice. .
the y reason for the title of one of the business in*"Orlando Friday -From this and thesurroundinR'incidenta - ; .
; The Road to Success most vivid pictures of pioneer days W.: E. Gore. Jr., of Jacksonville including the lapses of mem- .. '1

that has ever been produced by"Bill" viaifed his parents here last week, I appear that the utterney I'r

m"I .Ability Hart Vola Vale makes a very sympathetic and his mother Mrs. W. E. Gore, for the board of commissioners ..;)
-b1 : .- heroine. Sr., will return his 'visit this week I was wholly within his rights{ and 4I
and 000 .:. Like Frederick Remington; paintings and enjoy the two bright little grand- took no surreptitious steps in the fy::
children' matter. Nothing could be fairer that ;)
are some of the..scenes. eSowing and their mother with daddy I
'Willingness! Did you ever hear of a .successful man or woman who the long wagon train.:making its arduous for a few days. the explanation he gave-rand it, J is .,

way across the desert the'at- Mrs. Randolph was a business not the policy of The Go& _
r ', to Strip had no Bank Account? The 'sank of Osceola .County tacks of the Indians on the emigrants caller in the City Beautiful recently'misconstrue the action's of spy Indi-

., i '. > == ; the scenes i in 'the} compound Mr. Morrison\ ,west of town, is not 'vidual in any capacity. ,.
wants you to succeed. You cannot succeed in life without == formed by the compoiihding prairie improving as fast as his friends I The attorney for the commissioner I.
schooners and some of the types of would like to have him. declares The Gazette "lied" about

yr:; f DEPOSITS INSURED a Bank Account-no one doet. To make it easy for you = old. scouts trappers and plainsr!)en. John Mathis and family, of Fort him. From the evidence given in n
o It is a historical. document Cith a Myers,' spent Sunday with the De- I['this article 'it would seem, that an

,, .we allow you to begin here with $1.00 and in our Interest = wonderful story 01.hardships; privation Loach family in North Taft, and Miss error, or a chapter of halt' ..tI
.. ; fighting, villainy, love honor Irene attended the Baptist church. been made. A "lie" l is an intentlonal ;.If.
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T' ; ,;,. : -- Department pay -you-4.percent;:-Why not-start OB.-the- 1road 0'l and justice,.with a.plot. that)alillCd A. W. Lock of Utica, New York misstatemeht made for the. purposes '..
with: vitality and mystery-an enter- bought five's"rrom the farm ollF. -deeervingr 'Consequently"The"Oazette - -- ;

". to success to-day? == tainment that thrills and sets the W. -Martin 'this week, and will must deny the accusation; .nd' ,
= blood surging! through your veins. build; a mall house at once. He and in the same! breath willmake the assertion "i
I his estimable wife that the "integrity"- of ..,
.., = "White Oak" is one of the finest will remain the ttyo
"., == things: dealing with the early 'west rest of <4he, wint r, and return next 1 attorney for the commissioners has ''!d.

.., ,' ; ./ == that Mr.. Hart has done for the fa.ll after spending the summer at' in no manner been 'attacked-r-eJUier .. .j}
'I" screen. their old home. i intentionally unintentionally.. r +
School opened Monday for business In the meantime The Gazette will . ....
; ; ; ACCEPTED MASONRY after. two weeks vacation. Teachers 'continue to.give its 'readers. such ,.

; ; and pupils desire to do more efficient matters of information regarding .. '

,Continued from |faae On). work during the last half of the matters .as can be secured calmly, '1

JIBaokfli0sceoIaCOuntyF4 state. Ifl.believe that, when the Various ' school term. This is onlynatural/ dispasaionatelwitjant'! bios,.,ev"r : I
;: I : Protestant religions :are a unit'In for: energetic workers. [holding to facts .. Ts they present ;:
; Y the)-leading of"scriptures In *j The'Misses' Sneeds, Tampar-we-re themselves. ,No bappenlngnwill: be ;:
: 'schools that;.. any;denomination guests ''of,Mrs.: May'Randolph. during, distorted-ono occurrence slighted.: The '
which ,I.' opposed.'to t practice-; is the.past week. V Gazette will strive to be a newspaper 1) .

: not a good.;American 'church", said: ,,J, J. Farnsworth purchased a farm J_reads' newspaper, mutt ',be f&ir.t: ,.1 '..t '-':'

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it ""6'1iof.J ",'",... .Hours' P.:Ar,.M.to3.P.wM. : .. 0).'.' # ,,; I Institutions,should:be open to inspection onto it,.soon., _We are glad.that this _. ' .. ., -; ;' ,
-'. "- .,- ';"1. 'f. v. .t, :" .- r"",.. .. ,, 4,1' .." . I ''of -state or .eo1lDtr.: '-city'off: -. amiable c/ouple. has 'located,near Taft,: .: .LACI.ASSHRtrefCABH 'v f
. '},,,, .Y.. '....J.1 ., ,'.',' h' .' . eial,9-And J stand in.-favor of taxing -theyare Sunday _0 {tIn 4
very $Ioll r'. ,worth of: property; in school and church work. "'', .V BUTS 4aer s flnr.t"' .I' .'?
the.:unlted-'Statn.. 'Ther ;...Th southern Orange f county., Runntn %?,
Mi.giedrodfathnxjwhkh -folks
ar "-,oun.a .i i oneend. ne for
I !; : :own 'vast church with ''the assistance ofr Rev. ,Jioct ealckjDs'or cltru* fret. ...< X

.quantities 'Of realty .aad houses ,a..acid Mrs.'Murphey; organized 'a.B.,Y.t ...; ,, and> ..docrtptlon..y Ct', ..u 7n.
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