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: February 3, 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: VID01049
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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the Alexander, driving from Tampa
the Knickerbocker theatre disaster in
Receives# Many Compliments where both reside, were found Wed.nesday'morning .
Wshington on Saturday evening last north of :SATURDAY; MARCH4Si
: FOR .A. CLEANER: CITYOieerfat has- reached the almost roster the of one the hundredpoint.while injured Loughman besidethe at apoint highway pinned .

Du"-. laaa totalize one hundred and thirty-two. under road and their collided ear which with had tree,left; They the I & 'Official T7 B* Neeaiaated at '
Will Strive T. TheKnickerbocker the largestthostrelin Is To Become Annual Event a '
gentsA. 0...... 0ty-OEenMat. Washington, but"because were found by Jv M. Coma and L. I CMPrfauurvt \Weld-be Ca-t.
to theirhome
w. Patton/who wet enroute
' '.it was' partially filled 6lat. Ar Keeping.Very Quiet
iae',Ticket*. Far Old Can /j when the weight of '.bout two feet J u In Wbod .lc!,, Ohio and werebrought ....
.. of' snow broke down' the roof and Praaaaaced lie; Bert Exhibit That UM Evar Bee. Mad .. This Caaary; .,. to by F. B. Wep- Although- the-date, of the coming!
.Here is a pis which boys and the audience ey, of ,Lakeland. Mrs.' . Alexanderwas close hand
brought the walls upon Ahkooch Net The' Largest lastitated Merely te De .. city I very at
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girl under the age*of twelve may result. Proposed Investigations severely cut and bruised bat no then have suggested
with no names
secure an admission to the Casino on'I appalling ato: the 'accIdent will Wa Beiar Pradaced Im ,OtcaolaCaaaty: Hij. "Ij. Praied... By Visitors I bones weN broken reported Dr. T. as .to who may become candidates for
the afternoon of Friday. February' i M.Rivers,1 who examined both victims
how that the building code wa fractured any of the six positions to be filled.
10. without paying out one cent of when the.. theater wa erected Too much praise cannot be'giveathe .Individual ] A. Mine ;, who were taken at' one to the These aT'f", a mayor a a treas
money. It is an easy method-and and will also show so It to declared, showing made last week, In the nick. tarn home -of Mrs. A.. M. Matthews on urer and three .. Clerki! the city
If there shall be a couple of hundred that there are-many buildings in that old Southland Garage on Possiel ave- Gua e-.J."L. Denning.Pumpkin Mitchell, atreet: but in the.cas.'ofMrs. councIL t 4
)' who will help clean up their own'city that are unsafe because of the lue-and it would not be such a bad -Wl' E.:' Smith. .. Suaree whose skull was' severely Doubtless for the clerk and the
home grounds Manager Ashford willlbetheown.rofalxteenbunded'per needed of the Eggplallt--D. N. 'Davis. I fractured and who never.recovered treasurer
lighting of many of the .safe Idea for the-county. dispose there will be no oppositionto
guards and reinforcements. old fairground at some suitable fig ,_, Collard.O.",E. 'Young.. consciousness, the-injuries" .were, pro :'i,the present-encnmbents-_ ,who. ra .. "
fectly; useless cans,, there! will be a During the < 'w .,.?'there'->wa* ure. and if possible make 'V pur- *Onio *--A."'A. Delta. nounced' fatal. have served so long a time that Kis
better'appearance: over;the city two much building activity because'of the base of the garage which basso well Tomatoes-A. L. King. The ambulance of Eitelsteln Broth:, shies could;hardly subsist there
:.hundred,children will ak.btCm..atth. vast number of -workqun':In !all.hubs served : for;. recent fair. Should Turnips-A.' A. Diets. ere'was hastily summoned from Saint i was to be change. 'But 'for. the
.'Casino Friday afternoon,! and of'th. nation' businessand It I Ie such a' court be puraued the Institution Cabbage-H. W. Wilcox.. Cloud, and the injured women were mayor and the council men- there will'
there *will be score .of pareDt.'who aseertedlthat' great :numbers of private could be leased' during pore Celery-A. A. Diets. at once carried to a hospital at>Orlando .. be some rivalry as ,the data of the
will feel)' the betterment. and public bullding" were erected 1 lon* of the year for a sum sufficientto Sweet'potatoes-Mrs. .Milton Pled.ger. .:;- but. Mrs'. Scans died. soonafter !I primary draw -. '.*'; :: "
When Manager:.-, A.Mord suggestedto where every law of safeguarding the I pal'the interest and the insuranceand her arrival there. The present board, 'has performed
the Wbman' Club that If they people: 'was disregarded. The recent. the upkeep.-and for a week.It Peppers-E., L.; Spence. excellent: service for the city' during
would back the proposition he would I frightful disaster may be the means I could' be 'peed as a showhouse for I Lettuce-R. H.: Brock. TAYLOR. 'SYSTEM ABSORBS __ its regime. Therehave been things''
lad to offer a free admission to of briDelnc about-a change in .many such a proposition as baa just been i Nursery buds--.J. 3. Lester. STORE AT SAINT CLOUD accomplished which have amounted 1 '
each child who would on the after I buildings. pulled off.Ifeaded. Loquat tree-J. J. Lester .. =-.. .- . t.. something,-and 'there has been*
noon of next Thursday or Friday|i by Leo II. Wilson and Miss. I Sugar cured meat-Mrs. Ann Bron- George M. Taylor,* of the" Taylor: desire to continue some of, the plaaa
bring to the Casino door eight old WORK: HAS COMMENCED Alblna .Smith and aided by a dozen son System yesterday'Utolc' "over; the which have been lined out.' "The pro*' ,-
L 4 --.can or bottle Just eight and no .REMODELING CITY HALL women who without money and with. Salt! cured meat-C. S. Acree. groceryat Saint Cloud which< ha sent beard has succeeded in securing
.''' (le.a or'more-the-club member took I I' out "'returns of -any' sort; worked Ear-corn-A:'Lr King. been owned and conducted by hie'IOn,I a --nnetdriveway' to the commercial ;
:tap the plan with avidity The mem- The Bis* Construction; Company teadilv and a..lduou.t1'.for success ..Shelled\ corn-Av L. King.. Joseph.,N.:'7ayl< said they would do all they cou1c11,I has taken the contract to remodel the of the showing, there, was made ,. 'Cassava--Pat'Johnston. that store will combined with i the, ed a remarkable; to the.: :rte ,
:yto circulate proper propaganda to in-l,I bulldlnf located upon the lot which aq exhibition which would.hne been ,Head -rice.-T:'.A.''Ceson. other' groceries" 'which th-: 'Taylor' electric' system it'ha.vsecured upon :,
\ dues the work to be carried on;,the*,.,'boa been purchased by* the municipal a credit to a county-many time the ,, Pearl rice-F. A. Stroup. System is conducting. This will give! : the 'moit satisfactory terms .>. splen> a -
believed the incentiva.. was, a, goodS ,I lit)" as:.a"site for. a-, permanent city alee of Osecola and harlnjc.:a'population .L Gopher-F.. X; Stroup.' the people of Saint Cloud still I greater, did site for the erection,of.a.:munid*.. . c
S "",,.naj and they believed that Iftha.V .,ln ldil1l'.:There will be change made In proportion:" It.was splendid ;';.Cleaned' rice-T.-'A.- Cason. advantages in. line of securing prices pal building which .will..aocMtinie her s p.1:ya
.' ,p1'Oper.IDtereat..was' maoifesUd,;girt\u In the,frame building so as to make bowing; from every.abel<<- Ribbon cane_:Tom Lamb.. which are in accord with .the timesXs credit to the city; it bas.done'some -
'would be a repetition of the clean-up;'.;ft suitable for the offices' of the city serves everything ([rood-that.has been* ?'Merker'lr1'eaaG A.- Minx:* :: In many cases Mr. Taylor secures needed street Improvement; and,: '
plan at an early date.. j[of clall' aa, a temporary home-and or may be.'aald. about" it. Napier, grass: -P'. A. Stroup. his goods direct from the man. to.,particularize, it has au ee
.,/v Said the manager of the Caslnot]lIt.will soon be,i readiness for occur: ...There I is attempt in- this Paeans-E.. -'-.Ollver.Bf ufacturer at prices which are extremely bettering condition 'generally.It .
"There I I. really no sort of use In aU; pancy.' The building will con.. "cover" the fair. .It would have .=0.- E: Young. 16w. Mr. Taylor has already will be necessary to be '
lowing so 'many old cans and bottle'slderable' rental expense which the necessitated several writers to have Chinese cabbage-E. Oliver. taken posseslon. of the store-although to vote 'vote in the :primary, .
to accumulate around the premise ,city'"ha been Incurring for several completely and perfectly fetched up. Chufas-Osceola County Farm. his son will continue in man. will occur on Saturday.. March '4.
which otherwise are in nice condition.'(.year*-and will be much more convenient on all that was shown, all that was Radish-A. L. Steinbaugh.Cane agement. each person shall have a. Vot'I
It's just a case of neglect Now. if than the present quarters. said, and all the (rood that; will result syrup-New Eden Plantation. y showing that the poll-tax has
T can induce every boy and girl un.deiw" *'I I from this showing.. A few,thing paid to date. This ruling..
; ;; e"0' age to bring) have been commented! upon in this Poultry SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR. women a< well'. mend
eight cans, or old bottle., or old Jars I TOURISTS' TUESDAYAT article-with.. no desire to slight others I Rhode Island Reds':" IT.: W. Boice. .. .; every person not having passed
some of the stuff that I I. lying just as deserving. Following a Rhode Island Whites-Cason.I fiftv-nfth birthday' anninrsarv.. '
about the backyard and sometimes In few brief mentions will be found the 1 I Barred Plymouth Rocks-.J. W.Thompson. OPENED PROCEEDINGS'YESTERDAY ers,should pay especial attention to

the front yard and even along theatreet. BAPTIST CHURCH list of premium-winners 'I .1 this. 'necessary' qualification -a* r' i, ?'
and in the alley*-111 make erable effort has been made consid-I I I Pit and Show'Game-Award Har prompt action will prevent; much' emoir
arrangements with the mayor to havea thIs; portion as nearly correct ai pos ris.' ; barrassment' later on.
garbage wagon there to remove.the sible. I Silkies Bantams Mrs. Julias MORNING ..Thera will doubtless be''a considerable "
stuff to the dumping-grounds. I think WAS GREAT AFFAIR ---" Smith. I. number of candidate for the!

every, child in Kissimmee shouldhave Fair Note Briefs White Leghorn-A. E. Thomas. averal offices to be filled; and announcements
b Wit AH That .At'
Taatpa Aglow
enough pride to help in. .this Taarists'' Are Doiaj Excellent: Werk There was a splendid showing of I will probably be found
work.. :: : Rhode Island Reds belonging to Mrs Embroidery tr&niIe. Mag-ificeml Exhibits in the customary column in The. GaJ
The Woman' Club is very enthu- Via Furnishing Entertainment For H. W. Boice. Lunch cloth in white-.Mrs. C. R. Draw ,Tkoasaadi To Fair '.4; sette.-. .' f

lactic over the proposition. The:1 Tbesttelve and Athens The art exhibit would have done : Luthge. ': .....--0 '''' ,
members re anxious to have a cleaner credit! to a city ten times the size of II'j Lunch cloth in color.-Mrs. L. H. Tampa February 2.-((Special.)_ CHANGE. IN LOUGHMAN ,,
,, city and they can do much' in this The lower fi-of the Baptist Kissimmee. """" 1'blecloth-3fvs. With the >greatest first day I attend LOSES TWO BIO !FIRMS
way. Every teacher In the' public I church was crowded Tuesday even- The handmade shawl the work of'I A.;W. Bailey. ance'in'' fair history hare, the South ... "' ....... -' ._
+ ; pit egjs! ._of _the gr de which wilL ring aad-wany-wwe-forced-to-be-aeat-- Dellr-&ttraeted---niuch-attlntion{I Dresser. scarf-Mrs Amanda Wempie. Florida penedts...gates...Thursday'morning. h.-EV-erlrlad.-cypr..a-rc' """
I covered by the age limit cargo much I ed-;n the gallery, to listen to tho pro. and pleasing: comment. ., -. of'-- ompanl
if she will to help. in this cause. The {'!gram which had been planned by the A handmade quilt made in 1812, Towel, in. whltMr'. Amanda More than a score of counties rep.. manufacture' Loagbman of having all its.completed the inthat'
city would be much cleaner if three Tourist Club. This club has made and still in fine condition was wemple. ( resenting every part. of', the state holdings. ,
-" hundred children should carry these \excellent strides in the bringing hlbited by MraUS. R. Chapman. ex.l I I Towel in color-'Mrs. Amanda have'exhibiti.: There I Is ,a ,range of ed of portIon it* of the taU.ha clock: and diapos air
eight Than would make a totajof whIch. are diversified There splendid of barred Wemple. ..
cane. about .of'programs was a pen. i exhibit,in the great county buildingsthat of it mill tea
twenty-four hundred can and hot and full of interest--and at, the Plymouth Rocks shown "by Mrs. J. Bedspread in color-Mrs. George Comprise everything that Flor- supplies underthelawsof corporation'which
-ties-removed in one 'or two days-and same time the organization has Made W. Thompson-and it would be diffl-]T Sigler.- 1 ida soil produces, from the staples was organized
that would possibly, clean the entire acquainted visitor from all portionsof cult to ezcell ,these birds in any ex.l I Luncheon set, in white-Mrs.- L. W; I .uch'al corn.'oats, cotton etc., to the Incas Delaware at 'which will and continue will .bus-,, ,
eitr. In event it will'be'a great friend- I Barnes. assume'the
any the United States. Many position. rare1 tropical fruits from the lower
I title of the old /irav--tha: "J y.r-o'
s 'h'Adds ships have been formed through this The: Rangpur limes, which were as I Pair, pillow cases=Mrs. J. M. Gard. tip of.the peninsular. The citrus cO t
glade k the
Manager Ashford: "If ;'five method which will be lasting. red as any tiny tangerine ever seen net.Infant '""- fruit display is wonderful. The showIng Cypress goes'also kaawna '
hundred children! shall each bring These public entertainment which were a novelty to the great majority I carriage robe Mrs. Eliza of cured meats Is. a.hunger-pro- the fitraD.fer
these eight can or bottles it will occur each alternate Tuesday even of visitors./ i beth Waring. <,?i. "' voker... The !livestock shed are filled LpuaJtaiaa I '
The uaoad
r' please me still more. It will-deprive ing quickly outgrew the limite< i ITha huge stand which contained I I.I.i Infant dress-Mrs.. Sam Ragsdale. with blooded stock and the poultry letter. ''to wlthdrawJB all'JSTpatwfra"hrformeag., .
of admission fees and I'll the and varieties of citrus fruits I HandkerchIef-MT'> : George T. Sig
'me some quarter ChapterHouse; .twenty-three show i.. a riot of color,! crowing end them of the change in business,.and >
lose money-but it will help the city the- offers of the use of the various was a place which attracted a great ler. cackling.! .. ,' .. aska .that. the have .
and will give me a let of pleasureto church edifice are gladly accepted \y; deal of attention from all visitor I I Lunch cloth-Mrs. Jaittes., C. Griffin The Canadian building is I ""a day's malned-with the patrons old firm who for the ge-i) ....
see the young folks enjoy them. the leader of the affairs. The programs Miss Smith had a showing of rats, entertainment in itself. The Dominion past;
selves.! The more the merrier Say I, are madai:from [both, the visitors obtained from the cdBIeg! at Tallahassee : Bedspread, cloth and crochet: ha spent $25,000 to show its pro eight relation years with may the continue (hasame. ., ."
and as the plan has been successfully and from local talent-the entertainments to illustrate the growing qualities 'Mri.v; 'F. G. Thomason. ducts here. The. showing is, a marvel new proprietors.' '
1 In thll and
carried out by me elsewhere I see belllC'Arranged by Mrs of milk when fed either to ani- I Bedspread all crochet-'Mrs. 8.5.._. and really interesting.The Son/ withdraw change from Henry the Harper '
no reason why it shouldn't go here. W. L. Richardson Mrs. George Rugg; amls or humans. I Aultman. ,. first natural history museum company.4and '
the .
It's a cinch that III carry out my and Herman Mewes..and every member Leo H. Wilson, manager of the entire I Pair: pillow eases.-Mrs. J. M. Card In the state i* that at the fair with undertaken cell.ral'maaa by 'J. .Wade',,Tucker".ebt.wlU who be.;, ,
promise on Friday matinee.--although of. the club appreciates the var.iou. exhibit, received valuable aid nero several hundred, mounted specimen '" !
the cans and bottle may be broughton kindnesses shown by the citizens from Marvin Du on%'and Ben O'Ban- I I Corset cover-Mr*. Amanda Wem- of Florida bird reptile and fish life. has the'' for bnsineu."I'I".b ) connected with will
Thursday when the tickets wU be of Kissimmee. No admissionfee non-and expresses his appreciation pie. The art show i* attracting much Local. capitalist ,
Issued. Let 'em all come-111 care is charged-and the publie gen for the. competent :aid extended. I I Centerpieces--Mrs. Elizabeth War. favorable comment and the aggregate till be. interested, .in-.corporation.. -, ,. '

-for them."_._ erally is invited. In one of the departments of Miss Ing' f value of the) paintings runs Into .
The program as planned for last Smith there were two market-baskets l Special exhibit-Mrs. C. R. Luthge. large figure. PROPERTY"IN
: Tuesday's entertainment ,was as below filled with necessities of life' One by I I Embroidery towel-Mrs. N. C. Bryan. The horse races are classy the free VALUABLE: :r Q $ '

SMNT HOTEL \ "Mrs. Don't Care" which was expensive . acts provide a world of entertain*
.CLOUD Overture .___.___.. RauseN Orchestra and the "Mrs. Do Care," men .;and the Pike. I I. so extensive '
Crochet-and la Wool
1' Addres.V..:;...Hon_Mllton' Pledger which contained. much more and at,, Knitting that the most blase can find something BUSINESS CENT-:
IS IN THE Vocal IOlo..___... -lIlsa Laura Carl half the cost. Sweater. crochet-Mrs. L. H. In : new and utterly novel In the :
PLACED Reading.:._____Alta Ruth Overstreet There was t splendid table bearing gram entertainment line. .
Piano and trombone duet____ a! variety of producta,which .were nut I I I' Sweater knitted-Mr*. C. H. Grant It U Florida's greatest fair. InTact HAS. CHANGED'HANflS
Miss Margaret Branson Prato up by Anna Belle and Howard Hig tham.. .. it la an international exposition ,
HANDS OF RECEIVER Gilbert.Intermission don, aged nine and ten years" which I I Shawl, crpchet--Mrs. J. M. Tucker There is the keenest'rivalry. for the "
drew a great deal of pleasing praise Shawl, knitted-Mrs.: George W. big prizes' Local! lavestar Seas ExceBeace: .f....
Piano solo________Miss Nina Sutton Best.Child's. .
The childen did the'work by themselves The Gasparilla festivities the
Uaoa Petitioa of Holder of Second Short talk_______Rev. R. F. Hodnett and the results were wonder I cap e1'ochet--Mrs. W. At- 6th and 7th the Rote-Press! on breakfast catioa 'and Bay Caner: ,Opaassta... ;\
Mortgage Circuit Jade Nsjne Re Vocal solo____.___Mr*. S. L. Cooper ful. wood. on the 8th, and the' The Kifw.... Paatafica -of
ceiver: .. For Tke Property Teading-------Mru. Earl Lupfer A splendid showing of jellies, Special exhibit-Mrs. John Dell. rreat'parade' on the 9th offer a week -.....- "
Invocation____:___Rev. George Stone honey canned meats and canned vegetables fuU of interesting entertainment and ,Value..oi-. -salt1'ht felslmroea-ara-; ,- ,
Mrs. Lillian R. Brnni who Is financially Due notice will be given of the was made by the home department Tatting. spectacular shows. looking up.' ',. ? "
interested in the Saint next entertainment and the same I of Miss' Smith, under whose Lunch cloth-Mrs. Ben Butler. 'the: fair ,this year will CODtiriU.through The corner on Broadway which-baa .
1 Cloud hotel I and the property covered invitation to the entire public to b. directions the art of preserving of Infant 'by her-mortgage, petitioned the courtto present will be extended. i eatables waa learned' by those exhibiting Coraeteover=" Mrs. G. R. Dayson. educational feature as well as amusement building' several 'year ago which
grant her prayer that a receiverbe : The arrangement and. the Special exhibit-Mrs., Ben Butler.' provider. housed the headquarter of the DUaV:
appointed for the oroperty, upon NEW BANK: NOW PLANNED lighting were excellent. ton Land Company has a.pew: owner.'
the claim that she believed the place TO OPEN |IN KISSIMMEEPlans Under direction of Miss Albina Quilta and Ruga MINNICK: EXHIBIT SOLD The transfer-of,the nroDert'' from,
was not being conducted In the most Smith there was shown a club girl's Silk quilt handplecedMrs. M. E. the former owner, Frank E.. Stiles;.
profitable manner and that her second have been quietly formulateing bedroom finished in white enamel.It Turner. TO A HAINES CITY MAN of Kansas City; to George T. SingeUtary
? Special exhibit Mrs.; J.. M. Gard hat now. been recorded-f-.l-..
mortgage was in danger. In Kissimmee'to organize a new was old furniture cleverly! done One of the- attractive 'show 1-
"' Her prayer was aarainst Isabelle L. bank which will,.. in all probability over and there were several displays ner. the Fair though no consideration was men.,
Ings at recent County was
Waring Robert D. Waring Bank of be a national bank-and plans have made by the girls. All were attractive.The Crochet rag rug-Mrs.J. M. Byers. that made by J. A. Mlnnlck. whose tioned In the deed.. It i* known how.. .
Orange and Trust Company, G. H. : been arranged to erect a handsome bedspreads, bolster sham .table Special- exhibit-Mrs. T. M. Mur-. home "Square Acre," Is in the Lake ever that the property.waa 'held bY-
EMtCary C. F. Tumor Mabel Turner' building for the concern. The Institution runner and curtains were all made phy. Wilson district. Mr. Minnick settledin ;,tbe' recent. owner, at, a figure' close. ta

,!- 'and W. H. Wood. Mrs; Brun wa will be. sponsored entirely by of unbleached .domestic' trimmed in Special by Glrla Under Eighteen : that vicinity buts few :years ago $1T6 re *
*" have been *
various a
represented by Johnston &: Garrett. I home people and 0111) .re.ldente of ways. knowing nothing about the I manyrumor;
r Osceola stock In one of the departments Dresser scarf-Margaret Waring. what improvement would beltced
Judge C. O. Andrew. granted the ; county -will ap/ear as poultry tural1 possibilities of Florida aRTICUI-j
of Miss there Special exhibit-Elizabeth Waring. upon the property'but; \ Mr
temporary receivership and namednialr1rrj'itntc1IRe i holders. Conslderable secrecy is beInrererdaedrto1hplet. Smith was shown a was a man of' ;
; Ice! 'tJ't'eltdellt': : personnel "Blacker twithawordortwoasto of"Rouen 8 nRtT "Veara commenced W get basyn of the Bank of Saint Cloud, a* re- of those backing the new con- its usefulness; and then there was a"layer er suits of his determination were' on fully .decided lit the.pre-t.
ceiver. Mr. Tnnnieliffe took change cern_. there are a few details yet ," with its ability to be self i i or Older show at the fair1 where he had fifty,1 lent moment'-,that he bought 'the '
1'e.terd.1'-but there -la to be no cen- to be arranged before full publicitywill supporting. There was a trap nest, Special exhibit -:Mrs. J. M. Card five different products on exhibition tract more a* an Investment than for.

,l motion in the hotel,service,, so it is be given.. a hopper and there. was a splendid I ner. from' ,his farm-and.all of the Mat. (anything else., ,;Mr. Singeltanr crawl- bal."y.' it./
,fA understood. a brooder made from an seen the value of that property
His exhibit attracted
perhaps more
I old and Basketry aad Beadwork In'the' he'1
t HENRT WON. OUTG. tub heated by lantern, attention than one showing- .teadil1'Japw.rd years
SPECIAL,.SUNDAY i where fifty baby chix loaned by A. Pin*. needle, basket Mr. C. .D. illustrating: aa it any did what could be'resided here >-. and decided :that he "l
.... SERVICE B. S.lden; maker; of the firstparetical E. Thomas were kept comfortable Cole. /-' ' done, in Osceola. county once ; the might aa 'well. .*e W l In'-on. the proposi. : .
-Ij,,' .; ,. automobile ((now in the National and thrived even with the'chilly, .Pin* .", need)** :vase-)(ra.,, George' glower' had. the pluck and the 4leraiaatlo. tion.' > y'
.. ./ yvInvitations Museum in Washington) U weather I ava-f
; tract'extends from Possell
: Remington. ? rf: ; z >- . Itwas show The
:,; ;haVe,been leased to.the dead. At time of : a splendid .
ninety \ '
ona =percent: Spee"lcaxb lt: \u Ceads-rMra' / flue to the Mach building and; includes
and "excellent it that E. .
.:? general ;;poblltf>to.: attend :tha man' the automobile: industry paid tribute Fam .... Garden Department M., wuisoB. ,r. .;, , _ InC 'so was tha.. large residence'' at> the" '
i C. of Ilaine the
';. bible. 'class j;at:3h -){ethQlli.t.-' church to-.the originaUSelden patent.) Henry Th...- are .ifretprtae.wlnlMn.: -. ,. -' ''-'g" _.. ,, entire Bryan exhibit; City,.bout fair northern extreme.- ,-The remainder or
; aa aooa
.on'fiandajr.morhln-) when C. E. Putnam Ford wouldn't and dieVt andJBnally Boo Victor 'A ;
oranges Hill. the tract Jiaa.bean ntUized aa a.can?
It. HaineaOlty
mad removed
of the 'Moody Bible Institute won oat In.the' eowts r'Mr. -'. Box Hill :Dresser' aei:' istUrs... w;., ic 'AfUn to,. oral playground -*- and U now i aiiac' .,.
'will conduct th f lesson. The dar baa . Half raari..' Boice. ; '2d-Mra, C--J.XFripX .. !i ? used .* ihowgraund for eheap-Joka. -
t 'been aet amide. .a, MTouriit.Day,"and and MrCfO. C McLean ra* Quart.Jumquat-C.'IL.LuthgePineapples .( ,'., I ,Chocolate lit,..;:.Mr' ; J.\ D. 'Anyway": noaa- of- tly'men'of'Klsdmmee : thing coming along a* :well a* rruoitpltehinC"
.-t Is the hope of those conducting the mcved on Wednesday front their former' "- -A. 'E. Smith. N ew 7. Jr.:;F2det-, Mrs., E C.' Bnlltfcfe ha gotten into trouble at the *ground'j. I.,"tha ,.
meetings* to have 'a large attendance.Mr :Jocatien! at 8U"Main' street Ito Head .Banana-H. W.- WlJooK.: 1 Broad and butter plaUt 1st-Mra. .craning parties; lately as the' result most valuable<,unoecupUd.earner! ; t*'' ti,'
,, .will also preach at thea..raiagand'u'euIn tho'T 'WoodaU., 4W anllir.'._.- ; .....
; property; at Quart'.strawberries T. Sterbird ri-rMiss' Bay ... stepping. OB;tbo-traltiac skirt of the aity-aad will doubtless .be. .
<: .- ,ervfeea..r,, '' Eat'u. :.sbreeG Water-aelon-Mr .-L,; F'1 I f-.<-Obatla.e./ ._.- race; rear- ;.. '" ttrelw..ea.'. .' .. I"utfllz4. >d ,aa. aa tawsnepeJue.r., '. '

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LOCAL CITIZEN" HEARS '- lr mat from field survey,* rHreft: : eat fey''MED ON AUTO;TJUF' S.?' J. Triplett, a well-known Inews.; bly located',; the center of the done. '- ,

Of LOS ANGELE5 DAMAGEJohn ,the California rrnit" Orowere'. '.;, BETWEEN MELBOURNE _. paper man who-1* baa been with the.j city, easily within, walking distance These six counties cordially invite,
change. Lake Wales Highlander for "a of railroad stations. the people of the state and all'the' ,
McPhatter, of KIslmmee'haa; "We hare reached a preliminary AND FORT' PIERCE or more past, is now with the 1nPark To.this fair Orange, vVolusia, Sent. visitors. within the 'state to "make"a
received word direct from his brother estimate.Mnging from 40 to'815 percent afternoon- ; -DeWUton Alderman Pilot Mr. Triplett ha been Inole. Marion, Lake'and Osceola counties bee' line" for the fair at Orlando \
In Loa .Ance....,-telling of the serious of the,lemons," aid E. G. De- Sunday, of Kissimmee, left by automobile - connected with the papers of Kissim bring their" many products, and February 14 to 18. '
'assistantgeneral of and Saint Cloud with vie with each "Other in "showing"what
los to growers through the) recent manager nice and num. .
three-day freeze. It has been difficult the exchange 'This would indicate for Fort Pierce, carrying as pas emus other publication in this state can be done'and what is being .66 cafes Olin ... Fever. ,
A. B. Corry, of Quincy, who
the of about
for '
< to secure authentic information shipments reason .. .
had been in the city for several days.
through the preas,. but the** particular 25,000 carload of orange and 9500' If an attack of acute rheumatism .
The latter was apparently in health. ...0..0.. .0. 0 t..t..t..ttt.t. ..... .
carload' of lemon with a in which is
"? nay be assumed to be correct.( compared At Melbourn it was noticed that Cor- there much pain Bsllard'iSnow e
The Informant says total of of 60,000 carload' last sea Liniment is a necessary part of
who the seat.
,ry, occupied rear wassleepingbut
"Practically half the orange crop in son. '11- the treatment. It is a powerful l pain
arrival of the
( California and one-third of the lemon r ."The' lesser damage to the l lemon Fort upon' found the carat relief. Three sizes SOc, 60e and
crop was lost in the three-day freest I.i because large area of lemon was dead. was man $1.20;per' bottle. Sold{ by J.., Z.' Rob... WELCOME

statementrof last week according to an official Iacrage' are located in sections where' I The deceased, it was reported, had arson ; ; . : .
the preliminary esti- temperature were not low enough-to. suffered .somewhat from .indigestion, .
R"Lf --,- -' --' and .also because ORLANDO'S FAIR OPENS -- :
.(cause damage and carried medicine for'relief-but ..
f .OOO..OO..C..O.. ..larger( percentage of lemon acreagewas whether the'"medicine, brought about TUESDAY FEBRUARY 14
protected b1' more orchard heat''ing death wall not determined by the cor. ,
than the oranges. \ Florida fairs are divided into two
oner's jury which composed C. M.
"An accurate estimate of the or.'Morton, K. X. Smith, 8.: F. Over- seasons, those held in the fall and To KissimmeeI -
Charlie Chaplin I time i* extremelydit'rcult street, L. M. Cry, R. IL Glenn andB. those held in the spring'of the year, L.. ,
Ceeauae.of the varying condition Forsyth. says the Orlando, Reporter-Star.. --'
in different localities and re-I Deceased( was a brother of H. E. The State Fait* Jacksonville, and -
i estimates will be made ** the situa. ,Corry, also of Quincy whose 'wed: all the north and middle Florida fairs
- tion develops." ding to Miss Alice Burmah Steed are held during the fall months. I Want To Meet You!
While no estimate was" ventured. as took place in Kissimmee on Tuesday, The South Florida Fair, Tampa, . ,
to the probable loss calculated in figures November 1, of last year. On Monday followed by the Sub-Tropical .MidWinter -
a The an idea of the extent may be both W. ;J. Steed of Kissimmee Fair, Orlando, February 14- .
4 I Tramp"CASINO obtained by figuring on an average and H. E. Corry, of Quincy, hastenedto 18, and other fairs in the southerntier
valuation of 9700 per carload, which Fort Pierce to take charge of the of counties are held during the
Would indicate an aggregate. loss approximately remain and the personal belongingsof .)j height of the fairs and gardeningseason
-at- __ of $17. ,000. the deceased and the body era.eeritthelameJag in the worthy--publie-Insti- .
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to-Quieyr 1n-
I It i Is easy to get rid of the miseryof ferment tutions and everywhere should have .. :
LfE heartburn or Herbine/I the enthusiastic support of the\peor : >
goes right to the indirstlon. ut II|I I If your head is',dizzy on. stooping pie'and the county and state officials.
the badly digested food and makes or rising suddenlyand everythingturns These fairs are the practical up. have Investments, Stocks. Bonds
SATURDAY you feel fine. Price, 60c. Sold by J. black before the eyes, you havea builders of the state's industries.
Z. Roberson. *. torpid liver. Take Herbine. It is I They prove to all beholders that and all kinds of Real Estate
4 1 powerful liver regulator. Price,60c. Florida is Inhabited by a progressive
The that to rock the Sold by J. Z. Robereon. .* I IJ citizenry, who are determined to turn that will interest you.
cradle now seems to be hitting the' the natural wilderness into"the Gar- \
typewriter. I REMAINS SHIPPED TO ILLINOIS den of the Gods."
J The central south Florida section
Benjamin White, who makes his is vitally interested in thej Sub-Trop- .,
winter home in Kissimmee at 622 ical Midwinter Fair to fte held in the ,
..Hughey street} died suddenly at his brilliant young city of Orlando. !
residence on the evening of Friday, The several counties combining in I.
es s Merchants & Farmers Bankof j Friday, January. 20. The remains this splendid exposition are mindful
: I were cared for by Eiselateln Broth-I I of the fact that there must be a central Call
'ere, of Saint Cloud, and were shipped point where all the products: of on
to the former home of the decease the section may be collected, and thatit
of ATiMimmeei at White Heath, Illinois, accompaniedby must be a city centrally located,
his son, Edwin White. snd a city with sufficient accommodations F. A. NAVE
1 both In the matter of a suitable ,'
1INVITES 666 cores Malarial F..... fair grounds and hotels to, take ." .
BUSINESS FROM EVERY care of soI.large a' fair. *v KISSIMMEE FLORIDA l
THE STORY HOURA They recognize Orlando as being
BUSINESS MAN I IN KISSIMMEE ,eminently situated in these respects .
man walking upon a Kissimmee The Sub-Tropical Midwinter fairgrounds 1
street recently behind two ,
boys overheard cover forty acres of admira 1
the following conversation:

I "Are;afternoon you going" to the Storyhoarthis o. ...... ........................ . .. . ... .. .. . .. .. ..... J

I I "1 sure am. I'd as soon go to the

Every Precaution Within Banking Power Is Taken to i I I Story-hour When one as has a picture seen show the children"

leaning forward: tense, and almost Yowell-Drew CompanyOrlando's
breathless, listening eagerly to the
.' Protect Our Patrons stories one can well believe that the
I-y : Story-hour is rivalling the picture- Largest Store -:- Orlando, .Florida ,"
show in attraction for the small peo-
ple. This week's performance was "Quality Did It" r'4'
prepared and conducted by Mr*. G.
W. Persons, and was as follows: Song
America; Lord's Prayer joined in by
OFFICERS all; Story: "Why Elephants Have
f J. M. WILLSON. President LEWIS CTBRYAN. First Vice-President Long Noses"-by Mrs. D. B. Shaver; 1
Sorig-by Billie Tyree; Story: "The 4

; i, R. G. MINICK. Second VicePresidentt'I -J Princess" Who Wanted.JIarone1'to be.LuUabyby Beauti- Saturday,. February
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-- five little girls with dolls; Story
DIRECTORS .: Puss In Boots," by Mrs. L. B. Starts the 15th Annual iViolet
Tyree; Recitation-The Bumblebee"by "
Recitation Flor- ,
Betty Newby -by
;' ,v. R:-a;MINIOC R. E. GRABEL ise Sinquefield; Story "The Little ., ,
Red Wagon. by Mrs. G. W. Persons.
...t..O.o. 1 1I | The Story-hour closed with. thefollowing : Brand .
__ Sale
\\I prayer, joined in by all the .
children: -. : .

"Father children In, Heaven, help thy little .. .. ,.":...-.; '" .1.' ... j'.h.-..''''''''l''V .'\' "," -. .. W7 '.. /i! .';'.,:". ,,,,'...:!.,.. ..."."..,.,..,, '"
"To please thee ever in their works : "" J" '1: I"J.l' ,, :t11' an event featuring all the ,';",\ '. "
and play. .j; 'JfJ.. Ali 4,( "' 'It 'I' ,r.''
Af TFRB "Help them to be truthful, gentle, : new l cotton goods.-.white needs-- : ." :':rt' ,
.MEAL kind and loving, "T": f : :: rand .3
k "To be like Jesus, and follow Him ',,' dainty undermusliris.Cottie .- ,- ,
alway." Amen. : ,

666 cures Bilious Fever. ,.I

WRIGLEYS COMING--THE SHEIK" "" ---- and View These Display/ 1



: "Who are you'" she gasped ..00000.0.00.0..00..00..000.0.. ..p
"1 am the Sheik Ahmed Ben Has "
san.She was trapped, powerless, de- .00..00..0.0..00..000.000..00).0..00..o..o..o..oo... 'o" .
fenseless. It was inevitable; there
\tras no help to be expected,no mercy
to be hoped for. ._ "
With a start of recollection she "
realized fully whose arm was around : SPECIAL INVITATION
her, and whose breast her head was "
resting on. Her heart beat with sudden "
violence. What was the matter : .
with 'her?. Why' did she not shrink -'- .. .
from tbe'presllure of his arm and the :
contact of his warm, strong body to
What had happened to her? Quite "
I suddenly she knew knew that she
o r loved him, that she had loved him for '
a long time, even when she thought Osceola and Kissimmee Folks
she-hated him and when she had fled : .
from him. Love had come to her at "
last who had scorned it so fiercely. "
The men who had loved her had not : COME TO.THE fiNEST ;
possessed.the power to touch her,she e
had given love to no one she had "

'Ttik .new thought that she could not love-do : f
not miss seeing the Paramount Pic. FLORIDASUBTROPICAL
sugarcoatedgum ,& 4' ture, "The Sheik," with the leading : ,
roles played by Ape'Ayres, beautiful \
delights heroine of "Forbidden Fruit" and "
"The Affairs of Anatol," and Ru- : MID-WINTER:
=' goung'and:" dolph Valentino,who scored so heavily "
in "The Four Horsemen." "The "
: Sheik" is a motion picture de luxe, : .
It 'melts in 'your colorful, vivid, enthralling, thrilling, 'EXPOSITION.u
romantic, produced at tremendous expense J
l? mouth" and the in the -
gum for your delight. It is a picture :
r -remains aid f of tremendous heart appeal, faithful- .
to digestion
. ... center----.-...-- , !71181.aPtdb! -from" 'the"""books-the! -best---, ,_ . .AT ,ORLANDO ,_:_ r
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brighten teeth Pt"a'6ooiliem uili' e day \\
For magnificent of sheer

M1k4 i' 1 and throat.There: r :. orful beauty thrills,. for .dramatiLacting, one after scenes another, for, cnlt for -t PEBRUARY-44 to 18y 1922 -- ---7.-- ----1

WRIGLEY the great heart romance of the proud ,
: are the other English girl and the man who ruleda r ,

,mendS I to. choose.... from.. tool', .. top notch of,-motion. entertainment INCLUDED. GREATEST SHOW IN THESE DEPARTMENTS __ "
. \- t:.....:.. ,' ,-. .._ To miss it is to miss ORANGES
r.' one of, th.greatest,'pictures of alltimes. FINE ARTS'
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'on'W.1needay .
At the Casino and
,,' .., !t ,Thursday,.February 8 and 9.STOCKHOLDERS' .- SEWING .
. .r
..\c '\I ', .-:. .MEETING. ;, _? ', MANUFACTURED GOODS '0' ,, _l
.:: '; The annnal times n'of'the stock, '
hold.n'of the Kissimmee Wholesale .BEST'::AND.BIGGEST, RACES IN St EVENTY.FlVE"hCW" IN TRAINING ....,: JOHNNY. : : .

Grocery., COmpan.WW be" 'held on ., ,...; > . 'JONES ,,SHOWS:-THE FLYING WARDS! '. .
Monday,: February e. '1822, at the : . . < .,.7-,
hoor-of, noon the office1 of:>the W '" '.
: W. R. O'NEALPre.. ,
company-iD..!....lmm.. Oseeola county : do' C E. HOWARD, Secretary' : ;,: I :

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'..f 'tom ONLY TAPPING' 'TH GilT"TANKfI '" ;..- f. "tr"' 1fiyoor" '' a ,".
TtiEBr -
M7.'b...,,, ;T Northwest corner\-'iM( x ,. a I
16 ,feet Jot Whit bungalow, Two \ <\.. THORlt ..... \
larg.'eloTe.-elo.eti. Cement walk. I w- ,., ;
deep flawing well.* !ADd..t to fruit n OPENINGKISSIMMEE "

,ana flowers house partly furnished. Mere Ba.....: Material. February 2t:00a.a. ,........, 2 f ?
Taxe* *.lUn8'- _
Fernandina Leader bead a mar.
+F death in S&mily.Bungalow: too' largef6r riag notices Scott-Goodbread. OSCEOLA MOTOR COMPANY ..':00.. _,

.me. Great Scottl More pod bread? HAS ,NO STOCK FOR' SALE. ,

r" c.lf at, 1004 Mabbette Street.. aMother The'Dewl,. incorporated firm of the
'# Kiaslmmee Gooae EnaemWe ...
Osceola Motor Company ln which LP.
"Mary had a' -
MRS. IDA B OUGH1:0N': Those, line.'each school boy knows the. Timmons principal and promoters S. G. kagsdale, is a close are ....

Novi-Mary em> ha two real nice calves corporation, and there 1* no stock offered *

F And giggle*.when, .*b* Ih<. w s 'em. I made for In order sale. that The the incorporation business might was -

Robert: Reidel Co. Must Be A Blondine be enlarged and might cover a great n a
An announcement In the Eau!: Gal- er scope than if conducted a* merelya k
'-- Ford< agency -and not because of s !
lie Record "Cinnabun BUM
I don't know the-lack of.any funds'with which to
roll doughnuts dally. 1
Just who-Cinnamon Bun be but carry on the business of the handling
may J
fL fLk N VfUY.W [if he'd roll me a few doughnuts daily of can.WILL .
UI I'd be willing .to, give him back, the DISPOSE OF LOTS,

I business.holes to _equip .more' doughnuts'. for 'ATAQCTlON'SATURDAYI'omomw

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the--e; .
I IHOUSE'I n"*' : to be a num.
Sappl h'And'DemsndFrom her of choice lots disposed of by auction -
BILLS A SPECIALTY. ALL' Bustle there have-been many' and from the postoffice-there
hampers of English pea shipped to' will be free taxicab service each fife e
.. )} INTERIOR FINISH. WINDOW AND New York which netted the growers' teen minutes during the sale-which
DOOR FRAMES WINDOW AND the W.BO: Pa per..:._hampT but'hlf Th.t'II.U-thl.7-'ad right, nhipped for.afternoon Is to commence: ,at, *"one-thirty,"- -......... in- the - '

Hen; lish nil there's no doubt they'd lots brick MERCANTILE CO.
Thes! faring the
kr 1rt I ,' that'ave bin realized the haggregatel far ''igher prices than paved highway Main street;,the Dix ; ; .
Ie Highway to Orlando and they will '
l. i 4t' prove of special,, Interest to all who ..
Noahir I Snre'HaintThe desire to make home here In'Kis-
Phone Estimates 1 think it over the .
216 I
For Darling' more more simmee. They will be good investments
I think it over-and having thoughtit .
ton and Halsey Streets Kissimmee in any event-but-the hope-is
over I have reached the conclusionthat that each buyer will erect'a.bome and
the man was absolutely correct A NEW-ESTA-BLlHMENT- ,
thua add to the population of Kis-
when he asserted "Th Te are but two simmee. Special terms will be madeto ,
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m; 7 to 9 p.m. classes of people who will run big those who do not care to pay cash .
cars when they need only little ones on the moment S. Chapman Is to '
K'.SSIMMffBUSINfSS'. millionaires and damphules." That conduct the sale. IN A NEW LOCATION "
fellow struck the keynote-and I'm .
no millionaire by a long way. Liquid Borozone is an efficient :
* #
healing remedy for human or animal ,
'Merchants Timmons Touching TrioletIf flesh. It mends a severe wound, rut ,
and Farmers Bank
rou can take your Comet and crawl or scratch in the' shortest possible
Building', Kissimmee, Florida under ,:time. Price. 30c 60c and $1.20old. We have le'ftscd the room recently vacated' by the White, Kitchen. . F'
If[ you can let your Packard go to by J. Z. Ro her son. *
thunder- "
If youx ia see the other cars to PROMISED ROTARY FEED Restaurant, at 119 Broadway, and propose to become a permanent
JAMES D. MacdLASHAV Princlparyommerclal
repairjhops all crawl in; WILL. PROVE A HUMMERYour
Department Then ,yoa fKouldn't kick when others fixture in Kissimmee, and hope, by courteous 'treatment":.and low r
p44r. may deride you. correspondent has been swornto '.
MRS. C. B HILTON Or when chauffeurs park,their high- secrecy on the plans for the Rotary
r ) Stenography/ and TypewritingSpecial / priced cars beside yon; Press breakfast. prices which will be our aim to. merit >a portion- of your business.- -
But be proud that you are driving This much however he can say. Ea:
Uncle Henry's Hunka Tin! Lambright Frank Whitman Russell
... Kay and others have a dra.

_' Instruction in Secretarial" So Beauty What Can Sink's I Do Busy Bunk in. the matfc performances offering of that the will Tampa put the Rotary past \ We Opened With a Special SeYen-Day Sale \ :

.. Work.NEWBY. Bartow Record flings me I-flauntbe- club in the deep shadows of oblivion..
cause I am forced to place blanks before It reeks with action and comedy
the names of women (and men) and points out a wholesome moraL
when the initial are lacking. In Any editor in the state who refusesto .
publishing the list of officers, committees attend ought to be shot at sunrise. on
: guests and the like the cor.respondenta Appropriate) souvenirs will be on
INN fall frequently to forwardthe hand for the guest It wa rumor
initial, of, some-while sendingthe ed that the store were being searched '
initial'of other If fifteen minutes for a mustache cup for "Thorn" '
-use of the telephone and the directory who edits The Gazette in the "Flat-
.fail to furnish the proper Information , iron" building in Kissimmee and a 1
TRY OUR ,what' a fellow to do when I hand illumined gold tinted copy of F 2
he .desire to have the tune present 1 the 18th amendment may fall to the Thursday February[ I
al,.uniform, appearance, eh T.**, Make lot of George GooUby, the ,Mark
r SPECIAL 'em apt W'U.I do about half the' Twain of Hardee county:> Other aim. ;

-- -- -- time-but sometimes I just dissent' ilarly befitting gifts'such a* a safety q
So tbere ye- sire, 'a*- Doolejr'used -4o razorfor. Carl H.- Rearick- Dade ._ h'J
ay. Now com again-with flower!. City, are counted on. Tampa.cor-
c respondence In Winter Park Post
DaJda Arenu Phone 221KISSIMMEE
t Advice was Heeded Jferertfceleer i ; ,
Says the Ocala Star I .EXCV IONS. ON THE LAKE. .

',,Iramee Old man Valley Thorn Gazette of The continuing Kl.- I I steamer Announcement Roaeada--are-leave made"the that--. public the :Many Bargains'. of Much Excellence Will Be. Offered() ( and Everything : '

t to i I.throw brickbat at the l .
Star recommends it to. keep ads dock each Tueadar.and Saturday ''-..,. ' .u : .. .
; Willson & Aultman I' morning ,at 0 for an_all- '
; ,off the front pag..b; "printingmere
..... page* like the Gatette day trip home..t-ftyeo.thJrty.1n on Lake Tohopekaliga the after. ' :Will Be New 'and Ura tive.c.. .. '" ,: '.' 5.. '.: ..
does." Ye . ; -,0 ; "
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'so. But .
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ESTATEE noon. There advantage '" .. rl ,. .1f :
REAL are many taking I' 'I\
; weekly if Thorn I into changes an afternoon' his leisurely daily: : i of these excursions, and all those , "'. , ' . .' .J.I.'tt.. ,'.1toO" -:,-". ," \_:".''''

.. and tries to "print more pages'after I who have enjoyed one of them ant '
11 Are Kisswmee , 1 'p. m., his printer wilt j anxious to make a second trip. The : ..' 1-
: {
Dafiigtea : ( '
: ., soon illuminate his mind witha I fishing is good and many a good : : ::4 FEW PRICES ON SHOES--EACH A : : :
great, bright 'llgHt.It ;. I meal Is the result of one of these out +
may. be all right to whine about, m<<.. The trip .include a visit to .' .
the matter referred to-but I notice' Friar cove.' 200 Pain of Men. and Woman's. Shoe., '50' Pain Men' aDd, Women' ', :Shoe.. -\

i., NOTICE TO HUNTERS that have_ince been that advertisements brick wa batted printed there,: WITH "EXIT-THE VAMP" Well 'worth:: $8.00 to' $10.00' Sale, ',Well worth, 'from: $9.00 :to'$l2.00r; : :.:, ". 't

on the.first page of the Star. Every -, COMES ETHEL CLAYTON Price for the Week __-____-_-.__.$4.>S Sale I Price-for the. : Welu.r.:: '''_.:*5.45" -l ,
littledig added to what you'vedug .
makes th' duggoi a little bit ... . -I
THE PASTURES OF THE aorlf. Amen. T. Roy Barnes i* Ethel Clayton' 200 Pair of Men's and Women* Shoe. 50 Pair Men' and a Women**' ',Shoe- .,.
* leading man in' "Exit-the Vamp" worth from $6.00 $9.00. Sale d.
Well to '
I .y SOUTHERN CATTLE RANGE Well Admit Our Ignorance her new Paramount picture the storyof Well worth from $4,00()() "1o'$7.O0;' ;, .> it
: Several people have asked me which wa written by Clara Be- Price' for the Work _-_______-___--$3.'S
IN 'OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, about this woodrow Wilson' Foundation ranger' ,.and which cornea to the Casino ! Sal Price for th* We kl-_.._'.$i.:
proposition-what' it means, next Friday.Mr. '
[. e what it la for what I* going to be Barnes Is one of the"-best 100 Pair Men's and Women Shoe. i.

: ... POSTED, ACCORDING TO done with the money separated from, known stage and screen actors of the Well worth from $4.00 to $7.00. Sale 100 Pairs of Children' 'Shoe,: at';J from. ;. ' k
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the people: and 'whythe 'special title day! He has been seen to advantage f '
; FLORIDA STATUTES Price for the Week __ _____ __ $2JS ; :08C.IO, $1.... '
to. i-
THE wa applied it. All I can say "Scratch My Back, "So Long Let. --- - -- ,.,,- .I. ..
in answer to it I. '"1 dunno. "See -
: Upon ty My Lawyer "A Kisa in ,
AND ,ANYONE FOUND HUNT-. the face of it seems to me that a Time" a Realart picture tarring .. .
bunch of folk somewhere In the north. Wanda Hawley..and "Her Face Val 100 Ladies Union Suit. $230 Value. Boy. and M ';'* Shirt..$1S0: Value*; are flee. '
+r had an insane desire to see their ue." with the same star. .
PROSECUTED TO- THE- 'FULL-- name in print, crab off a few title In "Exit :*he.Vamp." a breezy Opening Week ____________-____,-Me going at ..__.......,......,_.:...:._._..;_.:. .
a. "assistants" "aides "secrete.' clever and "different" picture he hasa '

EXTENT, OF. THE. LAW."and"assistant. sprung seeretarlee'the stunt," Then and the to: role and suited playing to his opposite striking Mis personality Clay- 100 Men' Muniing Union Suits $3.00 Ladies' _Summer Vest. 20c'Value: .given' e ,

Southern'.Cattle Ranch Inc. get still more publicity those ,same ton he prove, his talents in many Value now ._ ____---__-, _--------$1.10. away at,.. ._..._.__..,..,.:;..__.-.IOc ,
commenced t other from powerful *cene* Mr.. Barnes wa
all portion of all states to do all born in England but came early to ew
LytleHall, V; P.. &,C:.M.. the work-and the people fell for it. America and wa educated at Utica,
; I've read the prospectus of the pro- New York. He began his career asa CALL AND "
position-anal and hardly a* wise a. cong-book seller with Al G. Fields '
f' I thought I wa before I began the Minstrels and later became a boy soprano. .'
perusal., The closing paragraph of H* had the juvenile lead in YOU ARE NOT READY TO PURCHASE '
the appeal says the ."Woodrow WI1- The ;Isle of'-Spice" was for two
aon-1 Foundation offer opportunity .featured'ln "1CaUnka"and .
. to steal march upon.hi.tory..ADd .afterward ..triumphed in a
BASSCONSTRUCTION there it Ie in a'' nutshell -- providedyon "Tb"Show., of- .,
can understand :it. Ill admit I : \ ; .
cant. Who want to,"steal a march : MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL

.COMPANY, upon history!" ,I dont...There- 'is a i, MARSHA VERSUS McLEAN Tiiis Is I '-To Be a Genuine :Horno-Insfif':
Nobel Foundation and there 1* a Car. WAS DENIED BY COURTThe
negie Foundation_whfch wa*...financed i .
entirely by: the genial'; ,' motion for a, new trial in the Co : *t, y *-;f:--" - X; {
one was ever asked to contribute a case of Harsha versus McLean was
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cent Se it But-this is-some-
project argued on-Friday Pledger-and Bassppearing -
.._ thing else. all together.....JheSbiei fat: .the,defendant 'andPat --. .' ,
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thought: of those intensely: hitereat.1 Johnston for the plaintiff. This wa + .r W4+ --:110_ .
ed in the matter those who have i in the case".where Harsha mad petition Remember. the. Location-119 Broadway,' Kissimmee, FloridaiF .. : '
Builders their same in th* little brechnr sentout for removal of tenant from property .. ," "'
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bI'oadcaateem. to be prima: of:which h* claimed to be owner , "
to get the million planks; I through 'purchase,; aDd for 'which \ ,
is done there) will probably be another deeds .were recorded. The jury de ; R
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Structures. of rill-Ki dS little brochure issued telling how.he sided that the title rested with the -
j-- -tr > urn\ .i* to be spent. 1ft would seem! to plaintiff. Defendant' attorney gave .'K' "M" .t' 1'
me -.that a'KissimmeeMelbourne notice of motion for a new trial, and 'IS,81mID. .8 8f;FCIllIJII! '
,WOOD, BRICK,'STONE, STEEL;, Highway Fonndatioiver-; :Klsslm. the same 'was argued before Judge 'i : i t ; : .
.. Hall .
..***, *! race City. .Foundation; or a Mab>> T.-L. Comer on'Fridand. the mo::
-STUCCO better Street' Foundation "- T-' ,
i 1\A" ere*omething > tion was'dent.d .. .
< .- -tike thoeewould be a durnsit", .. _, ,,__ .. .' _: 'i. :; .... ,: ;I'..-. ';0" 11''"
more* point than building Foundations. d '- ,<' '. ".. .... "w''JIi. .'"" ... ", 4' ,
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MORE and l the 'yeah. it this nation I : -*
,,: more pass .
t :Mrs Mary Phillips, of 24 Patrick I CASINO- THEATRE
v PUBLISHED BVERT 'FRIDAY resolving itself into a matt of office-holder street war found Saturday evening. >
BT THUS. KISSIMMBKVA1XJBT: OALETTE'COYPANT: The assertion' has been made that two persons in in a Bunconscious condition at the < ...* \
KI8SIMMEB: ,.FLORIDA,: each 'one hundred is an official of tome tort. corner of Brack and Bass' streets,' TUESDAY FEBRUARY 7
: That meant twenty to a thousand 20.000. a million ,beside the old Collier store; and war> :
W. B. J'IrRR18. rf* y I J!!. O. VANS AONBW.; '8-.try ; two million to 100000000. Postibry this i i. under- .M.\ Matthewa. 15 Mitchell street

t, {V. L. 'TMQIINDTKE.. EditorI'BSflllPTION rated. for medical aid. JOHNNY ,MIMES"Burli'Em ;i
Some statisticians insist that the ratio it that at least It was at first rumored" that *V .

On. tear_<< _,. _._.. ___HATK-_ __...... ,;.___tr.00t4 hree in each: ,hundred have an office of tome sort-' woman had been knocked One :4
Copy *-> + -
HI Montba..._...._. _f__ .......____.__ .J..OO making much robbed,, but there ill nothing? substantiate '
Onn Cop) mailers worse. Barnes"'EM
,.,One.i5Ty'- Thr.. ltonlb._____:..:._ -______..__.i ___ .&0 such assertion. Mrs. Phillips !. Up
:: ; number boards
' .. With) the vast of bureaus reformers, Is a quaint character. She canto '
'-.'---, Entered atthe Po.tofare at Klwilmra, Florid.eon4eJ. *.,* uplifter flying 'and railroading squadrons, and the "
; '! re Klsslmmee some tour"yearll'
,', ... ..- ..** matter.)
; ; lainder'of the gangs trying to akin out a living from the and purchased the building she n
All communication" except from athorl..> .
the writer. -
a must, > ilrned bjr that time-she has refused to rent th< '
X Rejected matter will b* returned If called for. The-government seems to.., be entering upon an era property saying that she had been I a t' let than a dayl! .
; v --- of paternalism with a determination to bring about something .wronged in the deal and was going ".
For.4n A4vr t>t>f Re.n.t.t1.e I of which it woes not; and it is no wonder thai Ito bold it till the could! sell. Several' He was down butnot outl I He came back and. oddly;, enough the ,

,, __THEAMERICANPR6SSAS.OCIATIONII | the common people--thote who are doing their best to I offers of double the amount she paid II Very thing responsible (for his downfall J because:> hit talvaliont! ::
-- for the property have been made
that in leiture how
produce grafter exist spiritof "
may a
/ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 19---. discontent. r but' each case the proffer has been A romantic comedy, rich with honest laugh and thrilling :etion. ...*'

------ --- -- - - This country would be tar better off Jo.-discharge|r It Itall.been her custom to visit the acted for the screen by a splendid supporting cut which includes

one-half the near-officials now living off the bounty of railwayatntion each evening/ and she
Edmund Br eee. George Fawcett. Betty Carpenter, J. Barney Sherry
carried little satchel which
the If'there shrewd business always a
government. was
} THOUGHT m mi IEH ihas been reputed to contain a considerable and ethers. "
; BIBLE to whom all the matter of government could be rele- sum of money. When

gated there would be a vast improvement of conditionsand found the satchel "was missing, as ALSO... LLOYD_ _COMEDYS r'

--- - -- those officials retained would be forced, to workt wl"el1. r.KJa"lIes.L uUt..1Lth.e..9pi.llQ! ._--- -- -.-- ",. -
: - PICTURE .O "-*-PEACE:=:: The cool also shall we H I e regular quota of ten hours every day. ofthoie who have tried to investigate:: aa 'a; aaaesassaaaaaaaaoaara, soaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaoa4a oho ,

with the\ lamb, and the leopard shall lie .down with the Sometime there will be a general awakening to con 1 the, matter that the woman chilled had I ; -
of .Saturday night
l rw kid; and the;a1f and the younglion and the falling together ditions. Sometime the thousands now scheming to get .lost i by both articles in aimlessly wan -- /_'\

M 1 t : and a little child shall lead them.-Isaiah 11: o. into (the ranks of the "Getalivingeasy"will will be let down ,dering about. .... ;.--_ -
:! : if. with a thud so dull and sickening as to inform them that I I At this time' Mrs. Phillips is reported
a grafters cannot live off the earnings of honest laboring to be recovering her customary
-------SPLENDID TAMPA FAIR ON I condition Combining. .
'I'' \ : .III men. The sooner that time comes the better will it be .

1[, .. ; ,, brought about by keeping at it the magnificent fair for erred condition; of America is becoming a bore of repulsive I Continued. from Pare One) fine furniture

11< h South Florida is at Tampa. That it will mien.
," all now on prove Cups and saucers: lot-Mrs. E. C. 1
i winner goes without saying-for bAck of the entire Bullock; 2d-Mrs. J. D. NewbyJrUSalad : ; -With' - S
u i showing is a spirit of co-operation which is essential to STILL FOOLING, WITH BAD CHECKS I I plates: 1st-Mrs. L. W. i S.-- e'v ;
i Barnes,; 2d-Mrs. M. C.'' +
; any great enterprise. -- -- I '
Cake ht-Mrs. J. D. Newby,1Jr.
'' The Tampa fair js something more than a mere ALTHOUGH about as a tnow-shovel i in .; 2d-plate Miss: Bay. : Fine Music- I' '_ __ ; ,
.. .. "Jair.1t"ri an -exposition in every sense ''of the word. hades or the "ph" in phthj>ic the "bad check law'IS I Punch bowl-Miss Bey. II i _
It has a host of attractions from the opening day till the causing many arrest throughout the state-and keeping I I Satsuma bowl-Miss Bay. sots .
s 1 gales close-and every season ticket is worn to a fraz- busy some of the officers in various counties. I If most Surer and creamer: 1st-Mr*. E. i?Z i t .. _ 5- 5 5

cL: a zle. If there is anything for which the public yearns the counties however, the man who issues the Worthless .i C.Pichers Bullock:; 1st 2d--Miss Mrs. Bay.E. C. Bullock; The cabinet work is I I t I i'' 1 1of

chances are it may be found at the exposition grounds check it allowed to settle the case out of c Art when 2d-Miss Woodward. |! great importance to r III '

-either that or "something just- as good"or better. captured" 'cause he's a mighty fine fellow-and didn't Vase: 1st-Miss Bay; 2d-Mrs. J'I }

From beets to bulls, from cabbages to crochet, from automobiles mean to do it." In tome counties also, the residents issuing D. Woodbeck. every phonograph pur
from weinerwurtt. those checks which valuable 'I Bowl: 1st-Miss Woodward; 2d- : I lIIWii1W {
;t lo asparagus, washing-machines to are as as grease-cups Mrs. E. C. Bullock.Conventional chaser.. Appearance and Li., +eii
from cucumbers to painted china, and from on a hacksaw are selected as members of the grand jur1ies I original design: 1st- ,
and to a thousand things there will be attractive show- -an action which gives strength, cogency and appre- Mrs. E. C. Bullock; 2d-Mrs. J. D.INewby finish should be exam- ( r 1I I I i,

r ings. ciation to whatever true bills may be brought in by that Jr. | ined carefully: I

l There should be thousands in Tampa from all section bod,. |I Special exhibit: lut-Miss Bay2di; I IMra. i iG
) of the..stale. There will be exhibits from many The next session of the legislature should take some J. D. Newby Jr. .J

< r counties Palm' Beach county being in the running-and decisive action regarding the men who will attempt to i Display by Girls and Boys / G I

r there'will be some fine products exhibited from the var- settle accounts with worthless paper. % But so long as I (Only First Mentioned) The Brunswick cabinet I II I

., ious sections which will prove to the out.of-state visitor some counties will send representatives to Tallahassee Guava jelly-Edith Bass I
what'can be done in Florida. With fairly good weather vho are in the habit of making useless checks-and thereare Grapefruit preserves-Kate Partin. i is .a .fitting !companion ( i I I ,

there i is no doubt the- fair grounds will overflow with already in the t tentative lists men of that calibre- I Grapefruit marmalade---Aline Voncill Bans. for the fine instrument a

F l patrons-and Tampa will have opportuaity to show what but little can be hoped for in this direction. It is a matter ,Allman.Strawberry preserves II

Ft w a leading city can do in the way of caring for those who of regret that men. are relected in so_ many cases to Hostile]] Jelly-Carrie Bell Higdon. i t houses. / '

.g rr, seek its attractive area. serve their counties and to make good laws whose main Grape jelly-Howard Higdon. This combination brings
J : LET THE ENTIRE STATE BE PRESENT AT SOME ability consult of being able to muddy the waters of Bedroom set, trimmed in banda-

MA4 OF'THE DAYS OF SHOWING OR. BETTER. YET eorvnoaenfe. j I Anna Bedroom Bell Bronson.act, stencilled Florence the most satisfying ...
AT ALL OF THEM TAMPA IS' RECOGNIZED AS Florida sends some good men to the legislature- Reaves. phonograph<< obtainableWILDER.

'AN" HOSPITABLE CITY AND THERE WILL BE mighty: good capable men; but they are in such a painful Special-Janet Bass. ,
:THOUSANDS WHO WILL AGREE THAT THE TITLE minority that it seems Jike tossing couple quartsof Bedroom set-Oorine Bronson. '

,1S NOT_ MISPLACED.: -I. perfumery over into the cattle pen to create an attractive Stencilled table runner. and curtain I VJ?
and! odor. .
i sanitary
r : j Curtain and dresser ecarf-Mar- .
/ Fi sr- .
.< I .-rte.. a WHERE THE VERDICT SEEMS SILLYCERTAIN I! Bed spread Lucinda Hancock, KISSIMMEE .
j j1it LoDghraan.I" .
..... WITH a desirejlo. wn ,tbeellortlofHenJ'7Jord: 4J'aboret-Edwin Edna, LcVoeee.'
to take, over the Muscle Shoal magnificent proposition _;sections of Saint Lucie county have been|I" Piece of work with jaek.1ualt--.J.
the fertilizer ,trust 4s spending thousand of dollars to set aside by legislative enactment a* areas where no cattle L. Scag-gs Lokosee.
are allowed to. range; and the )Jaw. as. emphatically| Wood carving; spcial-Clyde Mil
':" -.'distribute its colored sheet' 'in'".11 'newapaP r",office of .
the entire United State with the thataewspaper'will declares that if cattle by any means get into that"sec- ,ler. ; .
*- hope, probably, "
04 Crochet rac-FRacea Scafftrs, Lo- : " ., 1
,. ", copy some of the brief statement contained lion and commit any ad injurious to personal) property)I kose. *.- ; ..,In"j") : ;;'\1'1J"t.' , ... .. ;;-- ,j''I' '' \.f, '' ,." ,.
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b " lJther, ... Thus,.far the effort of the trust have, the owner shall pay liberal .damages, for the harm en- ,_ I ,41.,..'...[, '."' ) " '$.. .. II :...., I.V.\ " "
amounted to nothing.; One ,of the'sheet* seat out 'as- suing. All that! as'ai daylight ' , Culinary,' -Department :"''/ Po11 ;,(TaxNot1ce) > j

; cert that the.necessary cost of oae dollar worth;;of A few weeks ,ago a drove of cattle ,broke down .' Bread. . < .. ..'--' ' -.. '
'fertilizer 'sulphate-of: ammonia represent about four fence'and entered fields where crop were growing and Loaf white, !breast-Mr .George W: .
the reMIt was much injury to the owner of the Best. ,
ee."'.-and then adeJa'Obviou.I.Y.* ao matkr how cheap crops.
the: MuscleShoals' plant could .make sulphate of ammonia The reputed owner of the, cattle caste to where the cat- Ligkt io"HrMrs.Cake George W. Best.

' could not greatly ..feducethe, cost of commercial tle had been impounded and threatened all sorts of trou- Co.onut eake-Mrs. L. H. Ingram. NOTICE is hereby given' .
ferthxe'r.Therdi'a'possibility." "; - ble and injury if Ue was restrained from taking out the Fruit oake-Mrs. George I* Gross.

''** '. this assertion may he true; stock and .that too, without paying any impounding Pies that in order to qualify for '
fees. He took his cattle, which i in the trial by LEmon-Mrs. VfL.\ Poulk. '
,but ifi. also.kue that if the repollioD of Henry Ford .
Mince-Mrs. W. L. Poulk.
:was not worrying their very vitals the fertilizer trust the owner bringing suit for damages were claimed by I ConfectionsFsdge the City Election to be heldin
f would not be paying out thousands and thousands ofden. he daughter of the man who said they were his. one pound-Mm. L. H. 1.-

.*'10 knock his plan ef taking over the entire Muscle The trial resulted in a hungfury.. Every member pram. March
Shoals project. If trusts of various sorts and politi- of that jury knew the cattle broke into the premises I Divinity, one pound Mr. L. H. poll taxes must be
eiast'f various did fear that Ford would where they committed depredation which resulted in Ingram.
) stripe .not Candled citrus fruit Robert Byrd.
'render the entire- tipn'"a service* at the expense of the cea.iderable lOll!!. They knew that. it was against the Crystalized. g'1'Bpefruit-MnI.- Bob. paid on or before Saturday I

a 'modern'' grafter therewould have never been a bit of law for' cattle to run at Jorge in that territory. The j jury ert "Byrd. r

'resaoaslraaee'against the ualoaeVag'by the government knew tINt there was a teckaieel. tomfoolery regarding Batter February 18. .This applies to ,
Beet pound butter-. Ilrs. ArHe
whether the his daughter owned the cattle. One
.. of f an iacubu for which it ha D4J use and cannot handle man or -
.,. ina profitable manner upon Henry. Ford. or the other lied about the ownership. The jury knew I Steinbowgh.Canned Vegetables all voters, both male and female ,

t Nat frilly. ,then, 'no matter how strong a plea the the owner wa liable for the damages for which suit was Snap beans-Mrs. Ira VTetherbae. ,
brought. Knowing all this they -hung. There 'was a Jr ''
' f jl I fertilizer trust may put ap. or how much it may minimize between the of 21
et the,results of the taking over .f the entire proposition, technical errr somewhere-but it' was an error"wbich Peppers-Mrs. J. M. Duncan. ages
CarroU--Mn. Bass.
" . the public.will take little stock in the whine. It would could have been ready. corrected.) and justice could. have Beans,' not May Mrs. Ira Weth- and 55 r
> 'appear to the general public that the fertilizer trust was bad full sway. r.*ee, Jr. years. __
,, -- "''lyingryintflko; *ave-Its hide;; lying preserve' the isn-: It WA just such cases a* that which were decried PiekleaOucrfmbers J

+ ;:ioente'profit* it ha been making by selling dirt at thirty by the bar of the seventeenth district when they met for ,,soar-.Mrs. M. W. Eby.. C. L. BANDY, .
Cuoumbers: sweet-Mrs. George S.ho.s.
banquet and business recently at Runnymede Lodge.
' dollars
} a ton-plus the freight.
r 'A; > The sjafled jade i i. WiDCia Every lawyer who spoke there declared that such:condi- ( Watermelon. rind-Mrs. George L. Tax Collector.INSUkANCES.

'' -' LET HER WINCE AND GIVE THE MUSCLE be as 'were not elevating to the *|>rofessf6a; saying that Cr.... e-a

SHOALS PROPOSITION. OVER, TO HENRY ON HIS the law was far the purpose .f;'having justice to all- Green tomato-Mrs. II. L.. Makins -
OWN TERMS.pIACNOSIS. and deploring what is commonly termed a* .harP practice Mustard-May.
M .r .." H. E. Smith.
Gerkms Mrs. S. Gross.
FOLLOWS THE POSTMORTEM AaJ.. it !i. just such cases as this splif& jury"wb.ich" S.aerkN.t-14n.-- George. George S.Gross.

k.r ,, ha a tendency to lower. tbe'practice' in place of elevating Preserves '
it Blackberries Mm George S.
? ONE of the bothersome thing about these invettications Gross. .

., i it' that they. come too late. The ICaickerbocker 'HARD Oraares. '--Mrs. M- W. Bby.'
theatre disaster i i. going to be investigated" --but the 'Fig> ,Kr.. M. W. Eby.
'chance that the Tosnrto, red-MM. ttakinson.G .
blame will he
1 r;, (, t individuals are, h i i. probable that the plaoed countless on the dajnageaiH wrong DON'T* measure your work by hour, but br" what iava-MM. Mrs. >M. 'W. Bby. .,' THAT PROTECTSSEHVTCTET: .
W M.
Kumquat-Mn. Bby.
it is
possible fOl'\YOu to accomplish from the time you ._
wbicKjnlLfoll. .
w.4he.tepOEiof. ,the --- -
? -investigtJor* ---Ro eII.-.Mn--H.-W. Bh" _.
eater'iA rwd"bb tithes Ntanu.lil .Ial.- - -
thb'roonisng tirlj
wifl ruin the owaers-just as tL.1.did ,at the great disasterat.thejBiquoM I Jdliea
l- the .. ja and don't the
: theatre ist. Chicago couple pla..10. thr-evening; quit Jellies-Mn. H. E. Smith.
: a .f decade '
'r since.. ' moment the place'it ffieiaJbr; closed if there M. w.rk .etJe-Hn. Arito .
til to be dee ABi fl C Bedford t- ..... I THAT SATISHES
c Too UaiM ib*jvld' Ve placed where it 1.eIoDP-aM . Oa.i nifi-iirs A. B. 8mtltt. -
those guilty! should be sade te pay the tolL l1s>>9. the Grapefruit J low Mi 1r ArlhM Da...
I, A, ."- : blllltJeq, the pat. ...', tjpaa t.the own- ? PONT BE SATISFIED Guava-Mrs M. W. Bfcy, .LUPf RS' INSURANCE AGENCY
tt sboald: the JIuite h p" l ,It;fs i 1'J' P.asil, speoJai-Mr*. O. S. 0te0I.. ,, M
f t ;- ; probable fnuSft '- .
-.. { TVi 'iiaal wU appree' himself s.JDemade '
.. rig e-r; l"- youBg to Ot M M M <
I- tit 'I, stela was H+ sb B Mn. Joe Baas. + f
Utkrkiog by .wi by.:bo amused to find tnuoh there '
: to ste'h.tlieb d .. .tmn ttnahec -
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LuiII.aJitLWI; ;M4W safe-guard neeSej under air take :pad. In the actUd most'pay tbeneeded -.EIS 'J ;
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"r ii ....aJ eonditi*>nf ft.we. tLed'IJiF'.f (he inspectors to tdIt&sr before theof' close ,
;; > 'have'ettcted,9se'tnk'ud;: fonw; }the Mcdtd aftQ COWtted Tke'aChild", because business. o* Saturday, February I. FUNERAL.1mttC1'ORS.f' : S
-:d .tr r u ..... . eagitr7.. ...te4' he conJJa't'hav..lie amount of ,hi bond reduced., hit IS.It! to ''paytJae'poD-. TeJegraph& : f
OrderfPrMiBtry: AtteooWsl .
Only those of .. .J, ay
tafe that hi lean'weren't half 'ttaeere tax today" are.
to as &I I
., :w; lavestigatiotu' inaele'.ailerwarOt. are:; eras"niwefuaaJ the ebcrow..f-.thmere ay : whom he had.baaaboozled.IT .. are-csonipted from this payment who ,MOTOR ,EQUIPMENT_ PHONE,CO . ST..CLOUkVFLA.. _' ;

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; Cash and' CarryT ; :...... *...* >+ if suffering .f rom any.'aort'ef' sfct MANY .'ARE'ENJOYING J
t! diseases try .Naid'. Baths.40tfe I FREE TOURIST CAMP
o'' REPORT The regular session'of the. eountycommissioners rn Nil .:
: will be held .on. Monday Those who ha't frequented'-the 1e r.
r:T MEAT MARKET Official Bulletin of daily tern- next. tourist camp'at the north end of Kis :
perature and precipitatioas fur. for T. simmee have no Idea of the number
. '. *.nlshed by the Kissimmee' Cooperative -'* Bee hive sale at a bargain.' c of cars and families there congregated. -
t; 4 U. S. Weather Bureau Bandy 409 Cherry street . There is frequently a congestioneven rs
:;a.-/ I .Station, for the weekending Tanlae remover rheumatism ly removing -< though the ground are capacious
|;,.' IN ADDITION TO MEATS '' + Thursday,'February 2, 1922:' the cause Central Drug*, ; yet: there seems to" be always
room for one more. Those who
camp THt UNiVRR1ZA Ct1tt.1P
; HOW'S THIS FOR GROCERIES? *' Max. :Mln. BalD* There will be a game this evening, at the spot are loud in' their praise .

*** Barringtea Hall Coffee, Ib 'ean42e 0 Friday, 27 .___..v.58 45 .14 between the girl's basketball 'team of'the manner inwhich it is conducted t I
K ; 0 Saturday, 28 ..._.;.61 87 0P of the Orlando highschool and the and the fact that Kissimmee has fps
:; / Corned beef. pound can.--ISc Sunday, 29-.;:ii>_...e556' Osceola'' highschool. The game is to don and Is doing all things possible I
.. 0 Monday, SO ___._..62 47 .1 I be played op the local grounds, and to make things pleasant for those i'F
and. Beanu. p4undile
t. per -Tuesday.--...__-..7061 -.0OWedneaday 'a large gallery 1* looked for. who visit the city. It,may be_truth- $ aqILt.; I IDETROrrt

,Red Karo.Syrup per;can_______12c Feb. ''.72 68'' .05 Painting, paper-hanging, kalsomining fuly said that there .is no neater, :
O Thursday 2___.--80 60 O well done; prices right. T. .Ban cleaner, better-kept or more sanitary -
:,.- ,s'' White'Karo Syrup, per can"15c: : .,,' 'Readh are made at 6:00 p. dy 409 Cherry street .xO. tourist camp in the. state than

:. Red Karo'Syrup'half-gallon--30e' m. for the,preceding- twenty-four Oe' I C. Tigner- yesterday opened hil.the one in Kissimmee. and th re"wil1 O. B. L
hours. be ,much :
r publicity gained because of J '
in the room're'
new drygooda'store ,
three for------.25c i +
cant FRENCH. e Kitchen ,this. -h' '';
vacated by the White ; ,
; cently .. {
' Dessert Peaches. per ..________%Oc *. Co-operative Obeerver. *.+aDd by announcement made In this '
issue of The Gazette it will be seen :, Piano'RecitalTheflrst 4 ;
Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour pkg. 17c .. ....... ...eeeoe0. that he is offering some special bar. 'of the series of piano re- I' ... ._
eitals will be given at the school
\ Salmon, two can _____.____ 8ains.I .. :. en;'1'hu-r day evening; Feb auditorium I
Premier Salad : I Mrs. Amelia Neinteyer.. wife I of :ruary 9, commencing promptly at
Dressing large I[ITEMS OF A WEEK]] Christian Neimeyer, of 816 Cherry ,eight o' clock. The recital will be
1 '
bottle _.____j-.___40c street, died Sunday night after a rendered by the pupils of Miss'Beats,

Sweet Corn two cant for..l.__25c 'brief illness. The remains were tak-. and a general invitation to. 'music-
.- If suffering from rheumatism try 'en by the bereaved husband on Monday lovers is cordially extended to hear
SERVICE IS OUR MIDDLE NAMEJHN Neid's Baths. 40-tfc afternoon to Indianapolis for interment [an excellent program' ''There will be

-The regular Februarymeeting of __ no-admission'fee=ehrared.
the city councir wlir be hld! "on 71U.d. \ Bad debt collected or no pay. Results
Huh.i.r1 .. ror t TIMYIS. :; evening next. guaranteed. J. M. Wilson district
'You do not have to pay cost of delivery manager. 15-lfc
at the Independent Grocery. In order to vote at the. coming city

I lllieritmTOu Mrs Zwlngle O. Smith, of Saint primary is very essential that every _
.. and who desires to
man woman
Cloud, spent several hours in Ki -
did J aRN,4c; UarWott JMlcUq simnee Tuesday interest of the W. J'take pert in the action must pay the if:
: IQMl Door' C. T. U.Juet needed poll-tax on or before the close

p 11 J; bEtt'V ;ET. received! a shipment of Georgia of business on Saturday, February
,\8. It will be best to pay the poll- &desrnen't
at1 the
i country sausage Indepen-* tax .toda)'. Only those of legal age I '" _
dent Grocery. ''are exempted from this payment who r ,
Dr. K. D. C. Watson, of the Wat- have passed the fifty fifth birthday
:1 txcuAsiOSteamer I s'onHall Manufacturing Company, anniversary. THE Salesman becomes'more ejfiS- _

trip will leave to New on York Monday-upon to be business absent a j Dr. Winn's office'is in the postofflee - 1 when equipped'.with .a, Ford:

brief .. building Hours 1:30 to 8:30. Runabout; .he.'covers'' more' territory
Residence phone. 122, Saint Cloud. IntroducingAn .
Once used always used: self- I 4-tf visits:more prospects and as 'a result;'.
needles latest
theading 'of the and
best variety. Call at 304 Main street! NOTICE closes more sales.
Kissimme 8.3tx I, Old Friend
George L. Tessey, a well known To My Friends' and: Patrons This : No waiting for trains or for busses to\
Roseada Buffalo mechanic, said he gained : t ts to notify you that I have sold my ,
him to towns where trains don't ,
interest In the Bank: of Osceola Coun- carry
his wife had Safe II
gained and
twelve pounds; : seaad fir insurance is nothing
it twenty-six pounds and his daughter ty, and am'again devoting my entire go. The salesman driving his Ford
. I the of medicine. '
Leaves Public Deck Every wag gaining day, by taking time to practice new to careful property owner,
Tanlac.. Central every Drug Store. 6-4U T. M. RIVERS, M. D. Runabout is continually on the job:-, *'

Attorney Lewis O'Bryan wired Mrs. TWO NOTABLE VISITORS- bat there are .any who hare yet to after business. And at the'new low priceof

. TUESDAY and SATURDAYat 'O'Bryan death of this his morning mother announcing Mrs.( Ada! the B. FROM WEST PALM BEACHJoe learn of the Hartford. $325.00 the Ford Runabout offers

(O'R-yan, at her home in Allendale.I L. Earman.; --of West Palm transportation at an exceptionally low
":3f a. m. 1 South'Carolina. Mr. O'Bryan arrived'at
corps at
last ,
her bedside evening-having I the state-and Judge E. C. Davis of .
--- been called by wire. the fifteenth judicial circuit IIn the beck and
your call readyto Phone and let tell how other
us us
Mrs. R. J. Denning, who was called east coasts were Kissimmee visitors you

' Boat Returnsat (:34 p. m. to Council Grove, Kansas, early in Tuesday night enroute from Tampa,I lessen the fire dangers oa .concerns have found it good businessto
+ the because of the illness of relatives been called of-
year ,where the judge had:
returned! to her Kissimmee ficially. Mr. Earman was formerly. your property and to help equip their salesmen with Ford Runabouts

,home on Friday last-and her many known as the stolid and solid supporter '.
tends are glad to note her presence. of the joke who once occupied you prevent loss by preven-. .. .-
BRING YOUR LUNCH AND FISH I This Tanlae Is nail/: the first medicine the gubernatorial chair-but he lived lion 'I ,
't : I have ever taken that does that down, and is now the municipal i servce. OSCEOLA MOTOR ,COMPANY. ( . x
:" ING: POLE.. A JOLLY TIME ''what they say It will do," said J. judge of West Palm Beach. Judge. AothMised
-- (IF. HollyLexington, JCentuclcy. Central Davis Is the only republican thathas; Dealer
s GUARANTEEDTAYLOR1 I Drug Store. received appointment by Governor Make this Agency reap.uibi.Fa. "567-! Broadway :KfL.-M.;

.1 I(Wednesday Miss Matti.from Bandy her ,trip returned to _New on Gary Judge A. Davis Ilardee.baa been aresid.nt'ofPalm : year home, /. ; .,:1' ....... .,..

"'.,. York and Baltimore-where she has =Beach ainee 1916. eomtnjr.therefromIndiana --:'
-be. had served
beenpurchasing goods for her millinery .,.. where L
J), : store. eight full term in the lepl.ture.1 ,
'When there was a, in the circuit
\ Mr*. George'' F. Parker returned Jndgeship he v.canet i. applica- Carson Farmer .
ne ,home last Saturday after spending a tioh for the position a* a step to ... - ; I
"V .f-d.,.* in Kiasimmeeand Orlando. somethinghigher..- .. " r AGENT Everybody.Wh.. k AayUdy Adrerttm The r "Vab" V tk*.,V. '..II".;'.. 'f'r \
1' .
I While the met of.her old - -.. - -- ->-
away many "When! 1 wen'to:. Tallahassee; to ; -,' '.
t'me' *friends and greatly enjoyed her talk the matter over with the governor -, ,
SBrT._. visit. -Okeechobee News.. "
said Judge Davis! 1 told Governor -
.Quick"' Service Laundry.; All "work- Hardee that-while 1 had work ... .
.; done on" the 'premise.' Phone 189; ed and voted with the democrats in 4 .
: IS Mitchell street. 5-Stt my district in this', state I- still"remained "'-
L' Miss Margaret Evans, 'of Ashton! a republican In national'mat.
Georgia. Is making her maiden visit tars. The governor told m* quite
p*?F 1 t Ito Florida, and" is. the guest, fer a frankly that It was always his. belief I
,limited period, at the.home of .her that the judiciary should be kept out
SYSTEMI I uncle, Barnes G. Smith at 3 Summer of politics, a belief' in which clear
skeet Miss Evans hi greatly thinking men. will agree. The governor ,

I pleased"with Kissimmee. gave 'me .'appointment. It II :
6 STORES '6 I Miss. Pennsylvania Margaret Moore, has, of been PittsTfcurg. the- was ef the requested four counties by the constituting bar associations the ; '

fifteenth circvt, a* well a* .by ", anyInftueetial
guest of her sister Mrs. J. M. Will-'
citizens in other
professions -
'soa. She was accompanied by Miss .
and business. Naturally, I
mCUBATORS Margaret' Thlrtreld. noted
0 F ECONOMY a phiJanthropisf .
.' whose residence is Mnnon- I feel that I have been greatly honored \" .. ..;,

4. HATCHING PROSPERITY (Igahela, who was on her way. te visit!|by The my two neIKhbon.I left for" West Palm Beach I t '.
' friends in Saint
PRICES SAVES YOU MONEY Petersburg.I by vsy ef Melbourne, .t.n early I
I :
\ I Matilda Kissinger, of Mess- hour on Wednesday>
M Jb Fancy Pettoes..49cIf Hen burg, Pennsylvania arrived I.I ia '
). ..e, Irish I Kiasisnnieeupon. her first trip to DANCE AT DAVENPORT .

-' cakes'goed Laundry Soap-27c {iFlorlda?;and-guest- her sister, -. ., Terrific Crash.lnPric8's
Mrs. Lela''c. Allen ef 521 EMmett There will be dance: at Holly Inn : : '
: ,, Best Creasaery Better _.___..4Sc 'street., Miss' Kissinger ts thoroughly>> on Monday evening .next--.February _
'charmed with Kissimmee and the 6. Kissimmee five-piece rochestra:
Nut Oleo-!, _____________ -27e attractions and is In a fair wayto '' will furnish the music. ) 1. -:
Arfc'' greatly enjey her visit. .
: ' 2 cans Tall. Salmon.2Sc I A. S.'Gilbert is ... MISS SMITH EXTENDS THANKS
f...' putting a spec Thousands of Dollars Worth of Merchandise,, -' .
40c Jams _ZIc ial ten-day sale at his store at 45 I wish to' thank the women who so : : + f ,
street which opened thie morn- kindly assisted during the
?,;_ Fancy Prunes _______.-_.15c Jag.. Mr. Gilbeat. says that he will Among those may me be mentioned'l p Doomed. Prices Gufrtcr.tlie: ;'Very *
made .
.\ a terrific crash" in the L. H. Ingrara Mrs. J. z. : ;, .,,
... TaR Van Camp .Miik18c en all goods, and that-at the prIce.j and Mrs. Elizabeth Waring, in chargeof ..... Tfc ' \ \t.. ,
+- be is to make there will be .. "
" a needlework; Mr*. S. II.' Bullock.f' Bone For -ck"SaI' .
.. Baby Van Camp Milk_____ Sc amount of. merchandise disposed of Q :; ', ."- ;
" within the time Mrs. J. N. Newby. and Mrs. L. W. .. ..... .
':- N. 2 Wisconsin Pas15c limit. Barnes, ia charge of china; Mrs. John ;. ,
: )(rs. Nellie Halbert ef Grajraville. Helzman, 'with poultry; Miss Elsie I
:1(> '" N. 2 Extra Fancy Cora-ISe Tennessee, Is visiting relatives and MtCoskey..with canned products; and :
\ 'friends ia the vicinity of Ktssfmmee all otherswho, assisted or. made en- S.CILBERT'r . 'd
A ., Bulk Oatmeal fe 'and HUliard's Ieland,-and is delight tries. Miss Albina Smith. : SALE Ip
ed'with everything seen. Mr*. Hal- : : ..
ff .' 10) 9>* Fanes/ Rice______:____5 c bert will be remembered by many. of REQUEST FOR BOOKS I .
I the older residents' as Miss, Nellie
t I Hayden, who lived' ]here some thirty Those In charge t' 'trie" Chapter '
r years ago-aad has made occasional House would appreciate-the gift from .
I visits here since: 'that time.Henry . any of the .winter1" visitors* of any \. ".
Saturday I O. Anltman. who has been bound 'volumeswhich may have been ,

,>tearing the stake, and: making an extended read and which are ready to be dis .I' : .
visit ia Miami, is in Kissim. carded. There. is always need of Opens. at 9:00' o'Clock' ..M' .. ' '
.QUANTmr LIMITED'BUT ..ITQBrCK mee as guest of his parent Mrs and books for the library:, and'every volume ft.. . :: '. -..:,
,Mrs. S. B. Anltman, at 817 Broad- contributed will be.fulhrappreciated ,. x
r -ONE DAY ONLY At the termination ., his visit and kill be considered a -favor M '

.: ..M ;:-2 Gra ...upia uaN. -. Ho wfll,,rptwrn''to his home1 at by nameroas patrons of the'InetItw.- .. : '- -' "o".r.. =.....::..:
" -DoQbt.JeQ..the.--.oI-
EVPuo:Texas=bnrbe 'wiW'b:bdey ,

."' .It .. 2 Sliced 'Pineappk..___Z7cIt for some. ,time in greeting" his iany umes. for whiM{the owners.have no
friend here. use-and.-lf donated the library a 'F

'':., Ibs Granulated 9u ar____We"We Mr.. and Mr. S. L. Inrraham of great favor would be conferred.,8-2tx Friday'Fhru'aryT3: : : i; :
" Otsego Clark. .of Michigan Jackson,,,and Michiganwere Mica Lillian NOTICE MEETING : :t ,

: / Sell It t For' ( .guess Mrs; Gorge ef Mrs.'p.: .Gardnerin J. D. Weodheck.aDa1 an- auto will.The bold women 4.tkeir'of the next'"Christian missionary church ;J".r._ -, .' ....,.... .y, I

! ; ls' trip U Saint Petersburg Pass-a-Grill meeting at the residence of Dr. T. ... "'1 .. ..... ,." ..,). (....'. . .
[ it ,10 lftI\,' ". ""' fl .DdTaI'JHlll.8prtD Tuesday, and M.-'Riven .Monday .ttemo n .at three ;::: sews z w wL,, :( 0\ 1'
the visitors were. greatly, ,4IIe\ipted o'clock. Mrs. S...B. Aultmtn,: the ; : ; : .$' 'Jt
with th..trip.,.. i'i , president*will;conduct .the businessmeeting 'r : : ,. the ,Crowi'attthepeintng;, : ;-...- . "

""SeveralthesAw" parties 'sent,< to aDd Mrs.': Dora Smith will j'..7. ?."' .- r .t, ,. i-., . .. :... .I- ..
Orlandoon. .Tullld."nenfnc to seethe be In charge: .of the program,oa ?The '.. ..' ."' .... ".. "" -- 1) v- ...; to -fI,: ' .c'.' r.. "' -. I,,. .,: ': ,' (
t THn TAYLOR:8YSTEM-M' Lawrenyp pirI', at tb. Beach:: Roof of the W orl"TIbet.". ..All '. ..1. ,. . .t-- ,- .
( am." was host'In women .of 'the congregation are. cor. .W' "t .11'T."r . G dB.
: one'of the part**;' If. D.'Ashford was ,dially invited, to preaent-Jwheth- : ree'" ,... qr TTt. r ,
host of ,part)' Jnclnding.Mrs. Barnes I....or ,not"they ara members. thesociety. . I . : " tor'" c ,'
G. Smith Mrs: Joe '
... 6 STORES. ,ja>rtte 'Evans, ,, aad Stamp Miss .. .REV. j. QvAOooNER: .. Lt" ',. m ,. "...m" ........r... s i ,R.' ...... ,,

- .. -aUSSIMMEE---r.------- J\ -ST...CLOUD------. e and nterttaned Tiumsrou bythe realtor: pa-".HiS.'Mal'-1 I"..*. ./, , .. Pastor. 4. _, .'.iJI".....'--.". '." -' -,. J..) '':\. ./1." . . ' ,' ..f''t. ", 11,1;.l.-..;. ..".."1"" 'iI .y.\;"
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A r I leniency shown culprits: 'committing ')Mr*.''W. E.: "Gore'ha* 'returned from 'Violin duet:-Madge Rivers and,I ginbardstndyiag: 1'. ,"_ >'
_ these depredation*-and 'officer* have visiting friend in Jacksonville.: Jeanette Squire The KiMlmmee. high school] bas'et'ball
I F TNt: fM' I had instruction to let none ,escape; 'G. W;. Thomas i*I at aa Orlando I' Life of Lonc1eUow"'ElIzabeth Wnr,, *I II I team won over tbet Sanford high ....,
the best thing for parents, therefore, sanitarium. .. 1" school team in.a double-header. Sat Pti.
s"s, tea.: ia to counsel with the children and in- Rev. P. A. Parker preached an excellent i Vocal solo-Miss" Shuman e cc urday': evening- Both tamspfayed' f"I
Bronson. so well that aeveral time, the- acor
lIlt upon.g.od; behavior. sermon at the Methodist panied by Josephine "
A Caerpiat'1r p chapel Sunday morning, and Rev.. W.i Re.ding--Ete1k. Stroup. was very close in both boy and girl*' r
E 646 quIckly. ,.&.... a c.aL. E. Murphy occupied the Baptist pul Longfellow's works-Gl.dYI Griffin. games, but at the finish the score wa.
Editor of The GazetteEarly ,
evening. 17 to 14 and 11 .to 6In favor ofsimtnee. X -
Tuesday morning: January pit Sunday "
TAFT Eleanor Rosen ,
Born On Tuesday, January 24, to Reading-
24 crowd of four-Mr. and "
a merry The Stair'Lncile -- .--- '
,- Mrs. Ira Wetherbee and their. sister Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wofford, a daugh.te "The Old Clock on *' -
Mrs. A. V.. Avery was called to -Beulah Cafleen.! ,. Griffin. ',
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. USE, SLOAN'S
Reed, from Beaver Crossing, Nebraska Lakeland last week by the' serious 'New, building are being rusbed to'Jokea-Clarabelle
,' started in Mr. Wetherbee' illness of her ,friend, Mr.. HattleHaggerty. completion. I I Closing song-136.:
Overland for Daytona. The day was who was promoted to Mra. H. I. Hill la ,.recovering from As to the subject of the debate,and ,
life gas of, the most useful debaters OFF PAIN
ideal and we reached that placo about higher Sunday, after suffering her recent illness. some
I three o'clock in the afternoon, and more than a year from cancer. Sho The sign-Taft Estate.-has been I are on the program, it will be especially.interestings '
__ pitched camp'in 'After ''.will be sadly. missed by, her. husband changed"Acres-of'Damonda: ,"and The subject isj "Re. LITTLE, achefcgpjw into big' pains
everything; was comfortably arranged -'and little son, ,Paul, a* well'as '' gangs of workmen are,hard-at work'' solved: That the anti-lynchmg bill warded off by an application : :
for the night, we strolled the church, the people, and the I, bY''I''I' In the/ ,park Taft, no ,doubt, will should not have been passed by con- of Sloan' Rheumatism
t about until luppertime. The next ''era1. societies of which she was soon* be among the attractive ..villages i egress.! Affirmative: Joe Sear and neuralgia, stiff joints, lame back.won't
I What :This Buffalo Physician morning/ --we drove to Ormond there member. 'along the Dixie highway Jack Simpson; negative: Lewis O'Bry- fight long against Sloan'..Liniment.For .
,, crossed the Halifax river and drove I I Dr; W. It. White, a civil war veteran. an and Lewis Campbell. more than forty year Sloan'. '
n Has Done For Humanity down the beach to Sea Breeze. who has lived alone] since the Rab-My.rum,paid, killer;' Sight-singing has been introduced LIniment'ha helped, thousands,, the
The picture which appears her of The grand drive along the beach ''death of his wife two ./ died JI( into the high school by Miss Anna world over. You won't be aa excep
'' j TIT.Pierce of Buffalo N. Y., 'was' takenIn I is a picture that shall ever hang in Saturday morning. The funeral occurred i Waterman, who is to give: one half- tion. It certainly does produce results i u
1910. A* a young man Dr. Pierce. memories' hall. Old Ocean was not !'I Sunday morning, and Inter- .CHOOI NOTES I hour lesson each Tuesday and .Thurs It ptn-trat .without rubbing. Keep'
y" practised medicine in Pennsylvania In her calmest mood and aa the ment was had at the G. A, R. ceme day, for the, remainder of the school this old family friend always handy
and was known far and wide for bis breakers dashed high and beat ,the tery at Orlando. I term for the sum of one hundred dollar !, tot instant use. Ask your neighbor.
: great succeps/ 'In ,alleviating disease shore, it made one almost fearful I!I B. Boice, of Manchester Tennessee 'Two very interesting programs will i[ *. The school board is to pay half At.all druggist-. 7te L40..
Tie early moved to Buffalo and put up lest in their mad rush they would ., is here to look after his father, be /given today by the Lanier Literary ,of this sum and the pupils the other ,
I, in ready-to-use form, his Golden ,' break i over. But we remembered He I who wa injured while driving hiM Society and the Henry W. Grady Debating -1(I half. ]Miss\ Waterman i Is to have.en- .
"Medical< Discovery, the wellknown lath set a bound say ing: "Thus far car over the railway crossing near Club. tire charge of the commencement S1oa S1
t '. tonic for: the blood. This etrength- shalt thou come and no farther,"and, ,the *tation.TheJnjujredni8n-Jaftlow| -, The program_ofciety e-LiterarY--8o-.,music. .- .
r buildcr is made from a formula whichPr gain t--There-lhalt-"thy-pl'OUd vea ,IT covering. is to study Longfellow: |J I. After a strenuous week-of examinations inimetl Ira
,.Pierce found most, efit'Ctlve1n'- b.'stayed."'-On we-'sped'rand spent]4 I- Mrs. May-Randolph j-'Answer-to Roll Call quotations ,, the high school! has settled ; t}
' diseases of the blood. It contains no several hours at Mosquito lighthouse. I I with her brother, spent the-latteri,from Longfellow., j I'down once more. The exam grades ..J.t': ..
; alcohol and is' an extract of nlth'ol'Oote where a fine view of the inlet maybe part of the week at ,Zephvrhills Opening song-188._I'seemed to have inspired some to be- ff f.j,

+ :i stated with'on the the wrapper.ingredients Good plainly red seen. From Wilbur a short distance I _--:- :-:-'_-;--______;;-:-____ _;-=-- _' ___ ,_ ,u___ __' ;-______--::_'_- ;:-'_ '.,-; .. " ., __,, -,, 'V>'
above, recrossed! the riverto '
vu -
r'e blood, vim tiger vitality" are eure ,---
hereis .
Port The toll
Orange. bridge
to follow If take this Alterative / '. ''J
:Extract.;.,Pierce', *,Golden Medical one mile long, and at the half way I' 4 _-_
Piscovcry cleats away pimples and point the toll Keeper, Captain Ramsey i
annoying eruptions and tends to keep lives with his family. Seeing' thename"Kissimmee" i
r '' the complexion frerli and clear. This on the windshieldof I
+ Discovery corrects the disordered conditions the car, he asked If we knew /
in a nick stomach,aids digestion Thorn, editor of The Kissimmee I Val-
acts as a tonic and purifies the lev Gazette-. Herald: "He is a friend!
blood. Write Dr. Pierce a Invalids of mine, and I want you to tell him
o Hotel In Butfnlo, N. Y., and receive to announce through his paper the ,
confidential medical advice without arrival of a baby girl atour. house '
charge. All druggists/; sell Discovery, and Rend me a marked copy." By
t. tablets or liquid. Send lOo for trial pkg. the light of his eyes and the smile
that played over his face, anyone AUCTION SALE
\10 would know he was a proud father.
From Port Orange we went to New
.!I Smyrna, then' across to Sanford
where camp wag again pitched. After i
WATSON'S PIANO 'the evening meal, as the curtains of
g: :: h night were being drawn closely
y. around us, and the voices of the day
were mingled with the voices of the'
night all declared tt "The end of a
ICI Talking ,
, Works wonders on Pianos, perfect day." I
v Machines, Furniture, Autos, The party rolled into Kisnimmee
_ etc. about eleven Thursday morning. On i
the entire trip there was only one-repeat -

4 4 w J leather For surfaces.painted enameled and After, : Mr.all from the and Kissimmee pleasure Mrs. Reed and to sightseeing are Sanford.still-'! Not a Great Sale of a GreatNumber of Undesirable Lots ?._

t S.tisf.ctiolluaranteed or money loth to say they would exchangetheir
( back. Made in Kissimmee. Nebraska.-soil fof our Florida 1
s y. climate. S. W.

-SOLD BY- Was Fine Exhibit I but '

4 i Editor of The Gazette: : I fF
WilDER'S STUDIO Although my wife and I had seen .
r t A some larger exhibits, from coast to .

; .' COe BOTTLE lioyed coast the and the OsceoU timely Canada County, we Exhibit.greatly of attending ; en-- AiSmalfSale ITl of a Small Number of Very Desirable Lots :

)' We were pleasantly surprised to
mpL'w i note the Urge and excellent .varietyof 3
I products; which bore silent testimony KN": : I :I' 3 & :IMMEEO: :

_' ..!., KISSIMMEE; PLUMBING. SHOP' n.-entlr..arr.ntrfmenL.eemed to the energies of faithful toil-, ,

to be prophetic of coming/ day when -rI -'

.... . the county will lengthen its cords and : .
'ftetW .;'Toe Big gather its stakes agriculturally, ,In,I

Netkiar Ta* SmJIM du.triaDy'and commercially., lots front Main .
There was also thus furnished a These, on Street, which is the paved thoroughfare ,

..'. beau tiful'>suggestion of spiritual possibilities ,

-AH, Work GuraileeJ. faith in-Jesus fruitbearing Christ-, "the through fruit heart of I t' : from' Kissimmee" to Orlando' Jiach of' them is a good buy- no.' ,, '

t- , ', the Spirit is love joy peace longsuffering :
T. Be.Satisfactory :
-\1';\ : ,."I'. r..".," ; gentleness, !goodness" faith' .matter what'.you: for it In' case the title"is perfectlfear A '
"6A meekness, temperance. (Galatians may pay every : , '
Y I. M'r: f Jj, 5:22,23. .. "
) pit s 1",1 '
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'' '' a "''t \ J.I' .j) .
_ ,: 15, BNa4.a, :;>: >4 KWmme*.r.:. I Both kinds of fruit are essential by '' V'Lj '' P'I'I"1"t.; ,
< '
< the'lot free of all encumbrance with taxes all
"" "' people and in ,a people who g. to f guaranteed : >< ", :
make up a front-rank county. With a ". ', '
prayer* ,and best wishes ..for.tire en- : paid : .date. You will miss deal if fail
.. to .moneymaking to
44 O.- KIUBBfl; :w. J. BTBBD. tire county. I am, cordially your, you .
-b 1R1BBS ft STEED

A/ea.e7 ....:".............. at 'law Christ's Church- Parsonage. attend this auction and buy one or more lots.
dub ..... , T. break a cold take 069.
.. ...... ........ !..'.U ..... ...
: .. I Sa,1e MWi11: :Be Held oa:
-i..IO. ';, 'a OAIIRBT the Myrtle Street church next
_ Sunday Bill McLeod; Jeff Wall and .
JOHNSTON'ft CAUETTATTORNEYSATYAW Mis Orell McLeod will begin their
three-weeks campaign.Bill .

',Office*;10,41 and:12, Oscaola Band roughest McLeod.of the rough once;'now among' an earnest the'; '

8ufiding.a Christian, la a veritable cyclone I SATURDAY FEBRUARY 4
..: RIaa1MMnK. FLORIDA in the pulpit. He handles sin without
but is ever the
siinner. Jeff Wall is the singerh who ,
., JW:: 1,: THOMPSON. keep*" the--services-,lively and inter- ... '
esting by hi* sweet I ringing. Miss I,
'Funeratli'rector) Drill, a* attractive and interesting[ ai: 1:340 iizz the aftern.c a
person, just in her early twenties! if 3t
. ': that eld. Icer.duties will be to work
among the young people.-Lakeland

ey store:and Chapel. Stewart As.I Subscribe .for, Ota Valley GaietU. Free Automobiles, Will Leave the Post-Offico. Every 15 Minutes DuringThis Sale
At Death's Deor '

j" J"\\
'"Ten year of stomach !trouble.reduced : k,
f b ThCold'andf : ; me to a living skeleton., I had These lots will be'sold" to the highest bidder.
attack of pain ,that doubled ma up ,
> :Coegh ,Hanging OB? like a jack-knife and. I',waa 'a* yellow t .' .r' .

YOU :will be' avlDcecl 'that,:Dr. 'or doctor a* a helped gold piece.No me and I was medicine reallyat '. ...:' r The highest bidderon any one lot during the sale will receive '

,'* New:Discovery does just ', death' door.' A lodge brother advised .
what it i* meant to do-soothe*cough- "me to.trJ"" Mayr's Wonderful lot 'FREE.:., '-
raw throat.oooge.tioneormented :Remedy, and found at to be the onIvxmedfcine one .:
cbesta' .loosens the phlegm pack and l to touch my ca..." It is a
tmak* the obstinate : grippe Simple,.''harmless preparation that Mon'th.
fl" ,attack, relieves the coonggdapon In the) remove the ,.'catarrhal mucus from TERMS: -25 Percent Cash and $10.00 Per ,

". ... rood bead.for No children harmful well drugs., therefore the intestinal tract and allay the in- -___ .*- .-_--_,__,-. -1w.1.-.W'i;:!., _...-;....._._ _+.a--r-, --.?.__.-_-Ka... .
a* a .
;; i erowo.- ;pa .which-cause-practically: ,
,... . RiPt--: yoe .,nu-Jt tI e-'tJae" all stomach,' liver aad intestinal ail- 'ib It.
.r change ,Iar. ,.e. better. Ha,a eon" menuhocludingtappendicitis.; . On For DetadS S
- AJ :viaoiag, holing taste that you will dose will convince or money refunded."J. e .8. R. CHAPMAN 109 Broadway '

,.ppreoate.i tJ5UJ'abottJeat any drugs 1 l 'Z. Roberson,. and dnsggisUeverywhere. IJ ,
*la .;if}, 1.--:gbib oa the way home to-oight' ,oOc."", .* t f"t -, "if; ;\\1 1! ,
: '
,, ILL-BRED. JV \ ..
.; *?; ;- \ '.t ,? ...LL CONSIDERABLE: INJURYSome f P. S. Anyone'having:nn'automobile'to be sold at auction should rlu'R' it to' -

,. ,, .
:: : .piew'Discr f"lad- who have* reapeetfor" the sale. and. rinks arrangements, to have"the car disposed of,at this,time. S. R. C.

, J Cotdtg and Cn u& d the lav-and no regard for" tbe'effort* f_ ' .' "" "': -.. .....-. ' .. : '. { ,:.;'. ,
of bronanitarlan making nuisanet
are ,1
--I'' } \ LaayrWplL* yBowela. Doa't of thenuelre by.tearing''down .
l.. Bv toct .ftnitljHitioBjj : Zt!?jmdorBuno* tW sign* erected by the woowa; 'j&ttbfolty t 4: Tko services of S. R. Chapman: can be;securedvto, conduct'{sales
.(, ',:the 'beahh, 'iake* all vimout ofi regarding the bird aanctrfary, ( an por ;

..9;:! 1;i ,.....,Dr. JOarMB ado lIP.tM*1her.1DOwe will invigcrato tile both by shooting In the city at and bird,immediately and aqnirrala thm of;the stale, Write hiJlnteropen'dates'landtormis for;handling aay.proportit3s ..' '

j ; drusglsb, Jo1aI. the dtp limit, and by,break y ,

"'-'. Ktd bottle.'where, the fragnenta-.. are ,. t ,
) beund to a damage tire' The \ "
iiri' police "r. .-4fr
!'r RP : .r
: r "S: cannot, watch allDOI'ttou of KiJimmea ., .... .
and tko eutaklrts-and ,It ia ,
> ',, pp to.tbe parents to control and pooiaA X . -, < -
t rq #"",; > :\''tot. t"i'_._"_,.":Gasstli:: ; te4off.nden., ... JThere a_. -.will... ,be no ,_ c _
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..Iu1. 'I... -;VAUIT GAM TTI.Plffi>AY. FEMUART,'3. Its'' - ," 'C" ....'''. ,A_ :

.. ,.- __,, 'u ._:; ,,'-_ -, :: "\ ;- - ..1.. .. ..r; T > T.M -

The tint meetlnr .f tbt'c'oryphtlea: end bat"d" -.?n bar*** eonut< .. ..

II'IL .j shall be b.14.t Deer Park Florida lot with, fruit and shade tree*, JH,

n"'t-t8XI20W: : LEGALADVIEMENTSla at one day.o'clock of :Febrsry.In the afternoon' A.. Dint.on.. tHSOth for drees, I:' 1 Li; R. Squires. kUMinvose_'.*&-tre Casino TN ertre

the purpose of completingthe organisation 1 .. .. ., .. .
wi .
of the of. FOR SALE', ..r' ,
corporation, electing Kent.- rjarnlshed
: '
Ctresrit. Cevr: .t.*. <**! VtevMsi. Each; .elector' la the city of. Kiselm- doers and a Board. of Directors to Room and Mo Trespass Cards I*
JUiDEM'SM ....*.._..h 4....... Ctrvsjlt Oeeac mee qualified to vete la. sal Id primary serve until the first annual meeting of eeat *a Call at .The, Oaatt otlo*. Next Wtdanasy ud fl. '
c**. i. cfcj*>e* r. election shall have the right' to vote the corporation, adopting by-law and ,_ c" f -4S-1 arebrnary':8''ard',9 ;
la said primary tora.. : transacting any other business, tblt J
. . .mentholc4ugh John ''F.i. Bo;;;::Complainant.; One eaadlaate for mayor. .. may come before said meeting '. FOR .u..1II-OD. Bets Bleotri Wall : 4
.. One1' oandleal.'tor clerk . tax: colOne"oandUate - --- ARTICLE! VI. Plate. Practically new At a reasonable : :
IlL !<. Ls l.y..e at Defendant lactor. .. The bigheetamount" of Indebtedneee rice Apply VallF O*>- :
II appearing; br affidavit flied In ant for treasurer.Three or liability to which this corporation att*. T-tC,,
dropsGIVE above-listed; caase-that Stella Sphater candidates for member .ef 2:::: CAVS:2 .
and W. o. Sphaler. her- husband the City Council for two years each. Meths sup:f OnesHundredtThoue FOR ,BALK-Two boys'>> *uttyee r , ,
defendant therein named, are nonresidents Five member of executive commit. 100,010.1) Dollar old sis, velveton. dark blue>> one
of the State of Florida, and tee fo."on. year. ,' Vlt dark .,..... Russian style. white
arc resident of Btateaboro. Georgia Tlea* re* "--'r.-b.r The names Rand residences of the collar and cuffs. detachable Nearlynew.
and that aeh of them 1* over the Each< person ". ale subscribing Incorporators, together Apply SOI Male street 4tf S1I1hJICAhInedBeuIiaentteras' '
.J are of twenty-one years; It Im there name printed on the primary election with the amount of stock subscribed
ifv1thr fore ordered that the Bald; aon-reeldenC ballot a* candidate for any city office for by each of them areas follows FOR SALB-Wooden washln* ..... ;
I defendantand they are hereby n. shall file with the chairmanof -Hd.nrDeer-Park.-Qeoeola .. -3,3'-Main 'hundred.- *.iJ -
quired: to s.rIdt- the bill ofMonth' com- this committee, on or before February County, Florida, 100 share itiNL'eeaNy.newr .e-u trib**. -He----':
QUICK. RELIEF,> cause. before U. 1.,1. his folio ot nlllda07 anA N. wlneman... Jacksonville., Duval' wonhippedbybbfoUowen .t. '
: e1e
Febrn .
"- "'... .th day of A. application to have ht. nam. o printed Count Florida i .b...... (
n w...eaI4_ D. Ulli otherwise the alteration of upon a blank to bo f.ral.b.d by J. H. Blount. Jacksonville Dnvl FOE KENT ,even above Allah but hemet
... ... ....... . ... .. said will be.taken aa confessed by the chairman v*- IUIM committee. andaccompanied County., Florida 1 shsre. :
... .... ........ --- said defendants by th. amount of his ac..emment' J. O. HENDERBON.y, FOR' RENT Three-room 'apartment hU match In the proud
.: It la further ordered that this 'order .. specified below and no ,,1'1.' WINKMAN. on second floor A. W Bailey, IT
be published once a week: for four name of any' auch candidate shall be J. H. BLOUNT. 'Mabbtt* street"TIa -*. S-ttx English b/yu'ty. Don't miM,
consecutive weeks In 'The KleelmmeeVallor or counted or returned -. "
ifNprinted FOR RK>-rr Ten .. the scene where he tries to
Oasette. a newspaper published upon/any, such-ballot, useless STATE 6F FUORIDAV room bouse, .Ira.
In said County grad fltate. ". this shall been > bly located. A bargsla for __*. .
: : provision h." COUNTY OF OSCBOL.A. > .. break the wilt of thVmaxi. "
MEIP'S BATHS This, fth-day of complied With.. + See John McPhatter. 117 H BroadKteslmme .
Before Notary Public In and
me. a .
L. OVERBTREST. Fores oC a.u.t for the State of Florida at large this way. *.. S>.tC Cap girt *><.
(Clrc.itKRtBBB bo.rt, Beal . The voting In aid primary eloetionsshall
e. Far Mac Dieases day ,personally appeared J. O. Hender
STEEDerk:,.roUIt..cour": be by first and second choice son, to. me well Known and known tome .FOR EXCHANGETO This U bat OSM i>f a bun,*
.o- a:: ballot. In compliance with the provisions to be the Individual described In Jredhi epos'n a*thrill' : ,. ..
Good baths with water direct from' Solicitors for C'omplala.nt.It of the state primary laws and and who executed the foregoing. Articles EXCHANQB-Twelve hens six: lag a phocopUr as you ..
the names of the Candidates for each
J of Incorporation and he' acknowledged pullets. one rooster alt
,medicinal well., Open Tuesdays.iursdars.1 IN TRRCOORT.or, : TRR COUNTY: office shall be printed on the ballot to and before pee that he1 executed BrownLeghorns.. thoroughbred for equal eves awe.

,Saturday-from KlSCLa. JUDO. !,,'isle A01D FOR TII..V01I1'I'lY.' : .In..... alphabetical order. '- the samefor the uses and purposes number of thoroughbred of heavier
-- .... CCOAOSME
m' to 6:00 m.. A I on'clrin from'Dallmm. 70. O.CIllO..... FLORID off Eet.r.s'The breed. R L Reds or Plymouth Rocks ,
p.- '. committee shall meet at S IN i_ 1.zpr NREOP', I.have "pr..rr..... -.A-&- Dennlst. at Ctosett -- 'ROOUCT90R- _
... m"RH! E8TA.TB iP" o'clock p. m. on the >4th day of March hereunto set my hand and official veal office .-tfej c
.- B80M a. FARRIS, 111, In the City Council chamber of at Dear Park.Oeaeolei County Florida

'Orders-- forth :water"' UJ".tbe' left PIeCE8 ,It y _.-Ctr..t-: : . "" .. canvsss the city erima of-a ..lmm_, .-pttMtdy thltlf: *,(llst'0ay. of. Januaryr
at residence 611'PaGr1ekxstreet; ... ,,, I 'NOTICE'OP RESIONATION O' 4 th ryeleectionelaw ofrFlorpida. SEAL) {; r '
", ADMINISTRATOR.NOTICB and declare what candidate have KATHLEEN BBAKDBNr,- W .* shipment* of fruit ,
18. HEREBY GIVEN TO been nominated for each office voted Notary Public, State of Florida at aad vegetables. Ship to and com.munleat .. '
CHAS.NEiDOwnerTelephones ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN, thaton for, and the chairman and secretaryof Lr"..? My commission 'expires 10- with Hub Product Compa. aO
. the 10th day of' ...bruar,.. A. D. this committee, within two days '.I>!4. :.> I ray 71 Central .....*> Atlanta g .-I.
t l ll. I Intend an application before thereafter, shall certify the names of Georgia. , ..|to NIOOI'"
the r'br."T. I* Comer Judgeof those candidate receiving the nomination STATE Or'FIXJRIDA.COUNTT : ) ..--
eald Court, and tender my realanatloo for any office to bhlto au- OF DUVAU WANTED-To hoar from owner of "
as the Administrator of the estateof thorities of .Klaslmmee "as Before -> -god ranch 'for sale, But cash
-Of See. No; I); ReIdence .- Esom Q. FarrLs. deceased and Hie at nees' of this party for the offices to for the State me. a Notary Public In and price, full particular D F. Bush 'f
No- SIS.Hoars that time true and correct account be voted for at thegeneral election Florida at large tats Minneapolis. KI..__.. 4-lltx <,' .' .... .
( '
I appeared 1. H. Blount
of my administration and ask: for 4heapproval to bs held. onMarch 25. ItSS. dJ'Er.on'll'r 4M;"'
and N. of whom I..tome AGNESAYRE3-pl.r die It-.r- ,
: 1:1t,, to 11:00; 1.00 to I::00DE. and acceptance of nor rid '' Forthe well known and known to me to -mSCEttANEOUS"ISfO *r er
of defraying the \
reslatiatloa and my discharge as .uobAdministrator. purpose b* the persons described In and who feminine role while Rudolph'Valinlia !
., -'- expense of the primary election. Including *
.\ ... .
executed .
th* payment of Inspectors and foregoing Artiste of Incorporation CASH BUTS 40 acre flat land
$ 1921Thin. the llth day; !of" .Jaoeary'A"D.' I clerk printing th. ballots, eta., the and each severally acknowledged In southern Orange county Running plays Tha SheUL-
|t ,, DENTIST:' Jjf; I following assessment are levied to and before me that stream aero** one end. Fine for i
.. JAMBS Ad.Utesttrri.r. against< prospective candidates, for.the they signed and -executed the earn stock.-chicken. or citrus fruit. Send . ,
Office' . Over Th Rexall Store .4e .. : various. offices to be filled I for the uses and purposes therein ex; for map and deooriptlon. V. C Be.veranee. .
-' i ...... Special mtuic will this
Mayor, five dollar pr. > Penaacola. Florida. S-ltx .accompany,
I* C.mmtr, Crt.:: '...f. ..f Fieri*.. Clerk amt Tax Collector five IN .WITNESS WHEREOF' I have .
a vee> ee..h ......... Ctrevlt,Oc4aCevsitr. 'Treasurer, ave: dollar. cellars I II hereunto set my hand and official seal SECOND HAND GOODS bovght. sold picture and the dmitioa will .be
... SB' 'C* ** /. I, Members City Council five dollars at Jacksonville Duval County Florida aad repaired. The CaalnoT Ned .
i < Gorge FryComplainant- this tlth day of January A. D. Adds',fisV .';
JESSIE D. KLEOfMAN vea'- I Th*. tollowln: Inspector* and clerk 1. BARGAINS IN USED'AUTOMOBILKflrss .... '
-' M.ry'm. Fry Defendant are hereby designated to conduct the (SEAL) -T. t* responatble-.peopler-. all' .tw--.--_-_-..101'--_-.t'.c--.. -F.6
!i.' :: It >> affldavlt appended said .lmaPJ'.eltloa: .1. CECIL V. WT8ONO. "BQ!Grand" ,Chevrolet|L-one 11* \
Copriac_ $tenogtaplii4 Work" 10" the bill-flied-In lb' : InspectorsJohn .'KoPk'tter. B.' .Q. rl' Notary public, State>of Florida af Dodge touring:Tone',.Hayn l-pa ,
cau.that Mary BV larga.i. My ,
jomml..I.n expires
,Van Agnew.VTom.NJciark. Ford tonringonethree'.tV
-' ; named Is a-non-reeldent ot the July n. u2I." trf-oc.n.tol: :: ,
; I Ir CI..klA.. B. Thomas. on* -1019 Ford
JaoD U. Stats Bank Building3 State of Florida and I. a resident of GEORGE W. PERSONS one lti. Ford touring, ;
Berwick Columbia county Penaaylvanla. ..11'_ Chairman. || Ford touring.. Sam, d! auildiRISGO[ .
over the ace of twenty-one y_..; Ragsdale JtI..lm.._ Florida 41-tf
It -therefore ordered that the said ,
non-resident defendant bo- and she I. NOTiCE or iirrBirrtoiv TO APPLY I r: TIE CLASSIFIED COLUMNFOR 1

hereby required to appear to the billfesaed : FOR. LETTERS PATENT' FOUND a ate'
of Sled la said -
eompl.lnt cause on or ,
before the lib 0'. Febru- Notice Is hereby given that the un
3 handle all classes. of I Ij cry A.MOadari said otherwise tb. dicta.tlonC r.I..H will.apply to the Honorable SALE have -same finger by proving ring. ownership Claimant may and ?
of bill will b. taken a. coa.. I of the State paying for this notice See John UpQuic.kl -
by said defendant ,of Florida- at his office at Tallahassee. NELSON REALTY COMFAMr cPhatter.. UTtt Broadway. Klaslm- ; y
It Is further ordered that this Florida .on the-10th day of February mee s-ltc
be published week for 01'4.1 1 A. D. 111. for the issuance of .
j > once a
Real Estate letter FOR EXCHANQB-Fine little farm '
patent Incorporating with andunder >uJ
consecutive weeks In Th. Klsslmmee '$3
the following proposed charter, close In with good I-room house; LOST "
In Valley,sad,: Gazette County, and a newspaper State publishedIn the original of which I. now on file In splendid well of pure soft water; outbuildings When ourlumb.ria used:, For,thm'ei, ; i' :
IS trees ,
the .office of the Secretary of State of : young orange ; LOST Ribbon watch-fob carrying .
4th, 1921.
January three pretty shade trees; about 144acrss is time loct tn slcttas oo4. -.
J. U : 8TRIIET. the State of Florida the subscribers heavy gold charm bearing English no .
hereto and their associates Into a body : garden fine pasture. Own.r coat-of-arm Liberal reward for .
Fire Insurance Circuit Court Seal Clerk) politic and under the wants to deal for a larger house return to H. Stanley Bullock old bards or in matching'up.. The lamb -'
Circuit Court.
., KRIBBS A STEED. name of o i: r.tetU TI Here youhave not only a home but State Bank building, Klsslmmee.ssto r sent ;out from' nets'can' tM.vssd ,I
I?' COMPANY, a home and a place to make a living '
Solicitors for Compl.lnantIt J. O. HENDERSON. beside: fine little chicken farm. with the minimum "o amount 'of'.workng .
WE ALSO HAVE an excellent (-acre '
NOTICE .OF APPLICATION. FOR TAX I . J.N. H.WINEMAM.BLOUNT, tract with one fine large commodious Chicken 'mites lucking- parasites \ pp. Its UM saves time..",well sainiuring

and Rentals i ia DUtCD. PROPOSED :CHARTER.... OF modern and fruits home: ;and large two four-...; may be killed by, a liberal use' of'I a better' building la Herr ,

'' NOTICE 18 HEREBY' GIVEN that OSCEOLA TURPENTINE COMPANY room cottages; best of rich soil. Will flowers of sulphur on the-fowls and way. And our' prices spell economy
tt O. A. Dyer purchaser of Tax ARTICLE I deal for a good tract of land or business about their house. Mites suck blood I'. -
No.-321. CeruII.1. ; .erY :
cate dated the day time ,
-000- A. D. un and of Tax Cer I be The OSCEOLA name o TURPENTINE COMPANY. shall FOR, SALE property.-Several close-In buildinglot blood' is needed .by the. hen. to make ._ """ ..?.ofif;; 'i'P'_" ,' 'kWOODWARD'

I 1ST. lit. 1ST. dated. the Id day of July and Its bulne**or businesses shall- *, cheap and on easypaymentplan. ''el'gII. Kill the mites; .ave'the blood; ".
A. D.-1'1T. -and -ofT x 'Certlfleatea be conducted In the Build your own home and
State of Florida till(
fA .Notary Public In one office i No*. 419. i. dated the td day of June 'and In other' states of the United quit paying rent more eggt MBElf"YAR
A. D. ",11. and of Tax Certlflcates States of America.-and In other FOR SALE-Fine close-in tract containing ,
c t 111. 18a.; IU 16, Ia. and -..t date 'foreign countries any -434acresgoodrich! 'Intettln.IwormadeeuoJ' the health -
-000- ed the Zd dayof: June-. A. D..1919. hasSled i I necessary or convenient wherever'profitable; the principalplace tive land; splendid 6-room house with children and weaken their vitality.The *- Telephone220KISSIMMEE ._- - d
said certificate In my office, and :; sleepingporch large' front FLORIDA
of business .of this corporation ; .1.0. t t before ,
haD made application for tax deed to, worms
shall ;
be Deer .
Issue according to 1....._ Said. eertlflcate Florida. v --Park- Osceola County waterspiped artesianbathroom. ; nice serious damage; '.done. White's .-' .
embrace the following described :: R ICLE'. It shade :young fruit trees. Cream Vermifuge is,: thoroughly ",
; property altuate .InOsceola. .Count, TUe-j Price $1,600. Favorable 'terms of a \"t Bachelors' are< barred'fr9m holding '
:. general.nature of the business c
'Nelson : to-wlt: or businesses to be transacted by said payment Good living' canbe madepplentygrooom lueeellful'remed7.. .Price,.;85c... ,Sold positions in civil service in Turkey..
Realty .
: : I ot. 8. t. i.xBtIe.'A: ,.St. embraced corporation shall be: .. land; by.J. ,Z.' Roberson. -
chickens.this I
in-'T *ll of i To manufacture produce, buy' .sell, for :..... r'f''
I*II. Aaiessed to J. H. Halley embraced& Co and deal generally In every way In FOB> SALE-IS acres less than half Subscribe tOt .The Valley Gazetta a.I-MyTua fat Itbe a"
Lnt I, Block B Section 10, spirits I of turpentine, rosin, batting mile from city limits; five acrescleared "
Company In Tax Certlncate' No. >IT of 117. Assessed tar.pitch, dross and all kinds of naval. fenced, and cross-fenced)'
to Florida. .. Fiult. and TruoK 't stores* to cut fell work manufacture, .deep, well' of good water; splendidlandready .
Land Co. produce, buy sell and deal In lumber, to grow part; 'jIO ) ': \
Lot 1, Block C, S.ctlonembr.eed ties, shingles, stave, laths and all other fine chicken ana Price t- )
f In Tax Certificate No. 161' of 1(17. Aa- product derl..d' fro.. pine and cypress 11200. Time on half or more : : y '. '
'tdoBr. Kelley. and all other kinds of Umb.r'I FOR SALE-17 acres land"O m :
:: Se'rvic'fJ
.., B, Section IE."embraced I buy, rent.-hold. improve, .and house; lota-of nice bearing plum Rose s Taxi: ./

In Tax Certificate. No. SIT of 117. Aa- I to sell, lease, mortgage rent and convey trees, guavas, and to bearing orange ; .- ., ,
WE MOVE THE ARTH! I.e..ed.I to 'Florida Fruit and Truck propertyreel, trees: fine stream runs across one -
Land Co. of and description-and= ut corner';of the land:- six -acres fenced
Iota 7 and S. Block D, Section I, embraced any every .. .. .,
Or Anything On Top Th. Earth' deal generally In the Real Estate bus and cleared, fine fishing lodge. Can if!''
In Tax CertlAcate No. 43' of la... for ourselves and others, on tr.t fine fish right on the place
1918. Assessed to W. J. Stlllwell. commission or otherwise; to build, Owned by a Kansas man. PriceFORISALErAllClkisale. :Anywhere=Anytime
HOUSEHOLD GOODS tx>-',ll. Block C. Section 14. embrace ante and maintain stills op, '1 4
TOUR turpentine
ed In Tax Certificate No. 441 of 1118..e8e..d :
. saw mills and tramroads of-stock farm, '
to. buy, sell
Or Anything That Cu'o.'Moved \.. t.'0.0.- Newton.' and deal-generally tn groceries, .wholesale grove*-and .city property.ItHAlVrYCOMPANY.. '

embraced Lot.B'and In Tax t. Block Certificate A Section No.\177"i 10 of, commissary- and,-rtall stock*and, V -dry commission hardware ,' :.NELSON .- . ._ _.-; .. . 'Day or Night *' _S; _

Get : before having 1111. Assessed 1 Florida Fruit and 'tooda. FOR SALB-8ometbln.' out of the usual d
our-price drug1-and all
your staple
hauling dons.W. 'Truck Lots Land I to Co.0 Inclusive, lot. ISInclusive. goods, agenttafactor hcommission principle mer to divide order of my Have located decrded'eonbricksurfaced t. With or Without Driver Pte:.264, Park(+IWel .., ,

'- Block uf'arc; Ni embraced chant., contractor or.trustee In all the road within easy drly- :
No. of 1919.
In Tax
businesses herein Ing distance of Klsslmmee. Have a
I enumerated; to loan "
H. JONES1TRANSFER COMPANY Assessed to- Florida" Fruit' "and, Truck and advance money on security the tract ;Of eleven and one-half acres 'J
-Lot Co.. use of the company on ,, tf''t: Its all cleared and under fence; and ,
+ ev fHONX 41.3wl..Ordr..10..1. ". I. t. Block C. Section IS. .m- business; to Issue -bonds, borrow there are about two hundred citrus '
money --- ------ ------ ----------"--- ---- ,
braced-in Tax Certificate No. UI of to trees on tract nearly all In bearing ; --
1111. Assessed to Unknow joy all ,In nice condition showingthat
sela.sign. transfer pledge and
. Lot ?, Block A. Section .14..mbracedItt otherwise dlspoie -f the It Is good 'Citrus land. This I.a I. . .
--- Tax Certificate No.' l 4-of-l.l irAa- 'securitiesor ;:
stock, or any bonds, holes desirablebuilding': site located
seseed to F. R. Jaco, evidence of indebtedness Issued within a few hundred yards of good
DR. It J. DENNING Lot .. Block A. Section 14, embraced granted by any other corporation or school, church and railway station. "
In Tax Certificate No. .III of 1111.' Assessed any state or country: while: owner of Because I do not have time to care SCHMIDT
DENTIST. to Unknown. said stock may exercise the full right for the tract will sell and make the F CROXTON
Lot 7, Block A. Section $5.,embraced
and privilege of to price'11760. Think of It-ju.t about
Over the Po. fftee", In. Tax; Certificate No...199 of 1919. Assessed Into and perform ownership contract; with enter any ,triO.r acre I Better Investigatethis ;
to J.' H. Halley eV Co.tlJt before someone else grabs It ...' .
orrica HOURS: 9 to iiio. is t* s.Saaldeaee Sec person, corporation, firm or association, p. "
t to 14 Block B.
Inclusive oft. Get In touch with the A. ,
Phone 174V municipality, county or state: to enter owner ()
15. embraced In Tax CertificateNo. latoand become a member of any copartnership R. Dennis, at the office of The Oa- 1 t _
Otpc.'Phea.' 1664M.TILLER' UI ,-
Fruit and Truck Land Company. tion or oc"r \\; and generally to
All of said lands being In Township exercise the that FOR SACK-Three-..thoroughbred _Du-
II South. Range 11 Ea.t and being according esary. '
roc sows weight each about. too
I" to the Florida Fruit and Truck business of the corporation and to exercise pounds.; Special for quick
Land Company'. Subdivision. of. said and to have all the corporate sale. One mile north of city at SERVICE TATIOM"
sections. rights, powers and privileges Incidentto Leslie Place. W. T. McLaughlln. x WILLARD $
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed :
corporations under -the laws of
according to law tax deed will
l' Florida.The FOR SALE-New Perfection three-
Real Estate Agency: issue thereon on the 27tft day of February several clauses contained In the burner, cabinet top with two-bur d

, .,.....--...-.-----.. : A. D, 1911.J. L.: OVER8TREET statement as both of purposes purposes shall and be powers construed SOI ner 'oven.Main street Good Klsslmmee.aa new I Apply 8-tfc at tN.0004000......',......... to !,. .' o. .. -. '.! ,,

and sold Clerk. Circuit Court. and the statement Included I ;
[ Really Bought In each
'W Osceola County Florida. clause shall except aa otherwise provided FOR SALE:-Houses' and lots, farms, ,
? ''Houses rented. T-5t. By 8.'H. BULLOCK D. 0. be In no wise, restricted by reference groves, cypress timber etc. See meat c J"
[ to or Inference from the arms the .old State Bank building. J. Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayer Poultry SappCes .
i Taxes paid and Titles vetiSad CALL FOR WHITE PRIMARY ELEVeI' other clause, but shall be regarded M. Duncan. Manager. S-tfo '

for non-residents.: I TION.r as Individual purposes and Honest Goods Fair Prices ."PrompeShlpmat' -
I powers FOR SALE-Bathroom washstahd and Ask Your Neichbo=He Knows ,
"' Fire. 'Life and' Accident: la"tsnrancs. -' r ARTICLE:: Ill mirror In French grey enamel; three ,
The city executive committee -of the The amount of capital stock of this rugs; 'two rockers, two dlnlngchalrs E., 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., JaclcsonvOle. 'tlIdlsGet '
,"white man's party" In the city of corporation shall be Twenty-five Thousand ; one 1-burner oll-.tov.,-with ;
IndemDit-Bon Klsilmmee hereby call and provide for ,I Dollars, to be divided Into Two oven; 'two jardenler stands; one December 1;''1921, Reduced Pries Usts .befera bayiaf.:', .N..:.faralsklag .. '
holding a "whit. man'*" primary elee-1 Hundred Fifty .hare. of, the par value waahstand; one pair scales: two Iron '
tlon. .......... ...-. ............1 I, .. '1.. compliance with the law. of which said'capital stock may be. '::00 .jm.. to 11:00 noon at 111 Main ..

... the Stnte of Florida said primary to made In cash or In property real orpersonal. street Klssimmee. S ....
,. - .. .. l>e held during the hours, fixed bv law securities, notes, mortgages, -- -- --
FOft-itALB-Gfte- houaaporch. 't
br..t..ettOI'IJIl'tUr'> labor or services."at'II. JU.t--.ncl-rea. n" an room- ;
': day.ttareh 4. fill, for the nomination able yaluatlon' th..fop to be fixed by toilet, bath, nicely furnished COMPXNY -*" .
; P.- A. VANS AGNEWATTORNIDYAT.LAW of candidate for city elective offices the Incorporators or the' directors at mall payment down. Call at New- E. A. MARTIN SEED "" >!

to )>.-"otl'd for at the.> general election a .meeting called for that'" purpo.e.'ARTICLE by Inn'for T. B.'Moore. 7-2tx : FLORIDA '1 .
: of Klaslmmee OLDEST AND LARGEIT SEED HOUSE) IM: .;" f .
to be held In sad| city IV.1 "
> OFFICES on .Saturday, March ZS, KZ2.tlejallrleiitlea The term for whlclfthls corporationshall FOR BALE-Rowboat: made of cy- 1 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA, '''' ;,
e>f' Rleeter > ninety-nine ,ear,. press. See J. 8. Boyd, at Lupfer A 1 ,

v Winter Park Florida I 4.1 .Those,. and only'those; person shall .xl't"1NTf! .: V. Prather Oarage Broadway. 7-Ztx ,MARTIN'S HY:.'TEST SEEDS, .... \; .... X5 ? t
,. be permitted to- vote at or participate The business. of this corporationshall 1
,In. th* management 'of said primary be conducted by the following ..OR.8.\Lm-Flali residenceproperty.. Airs Ea._ Far, Qaality'' ; I" .ci ,
at the 'office of The Valley .. __ .
election, who 'ore' white 'electors. who officers: a President a Vice . Apply
declare their adherence to the principle a Secretary; a Treasurer and a Board Oasette. .:.Klaslmmee. S-tf Seed Corn Beans Peas 'Pepper, Eggplant, ''Waterme Cantaloupes' \ ,:

.' -. ' ; and organisation of the. "white man'." .Directors consisting not less than Potatnes..1J'om.toel'Cucumber Co a ",For .,"and Field Seed.
'r;. ... .part In the FOR SALE-Pure ,sugarcan syrup In ., wp 5 .
'h.y ,.,........ ,,,\.. !:!III...... ., are l.t the laws or the city of Ktsslm- members, and ',,by; such other officers one-gallon can; 7So per can when Our Catalogue andPrice.List: will give full Information/ ,, We carry'aU ,
i , CITYPITJARKET- .'V.. me. lawful electors, who have on' or and. agent ...$b..Brd of Directorsmay ,; delivered In Iota of 14 can or over. varieties of__garden,' field and farm"Seeds,'.that have been tested $0.

1 before- February 11111.. paid their from time to time' appoint." Any Address:' .O.' O.-Aired' ; -Kenansvllle, and.proven to ,be adapted Florida soil and;; climate, and our years t.. :. r te\f
poll taxes for the year 110 and office of -corporation except ,: Florida. ,' hits ad-
of experience enable us to handle 'the Florida Seed bastness, to : ,
who have registered up to and Including those- ef President-and VicePresidentmay : ;
: March 4..1888..andwho pledge be held by one and,the same per FOR SALB--At a sacrifice my bunSalow 'YU re.. ." .
themselves' to abide by the. results of Soul the officers except-those electedat home" Partaly furnished If SPRING CATALOGUE .
said primary election. and vote for the the-organisation-'meeting shall be ..- Lot 10 xl0 feet corner.Death .
'nominee* thereof ,at- the;: ensuing city elected'at'- the annual meetlnar of ,the In',family reason for' Belling. Martin' 'Spring Catalogue Is now'ready., Writs, for I It Everyone 'f

,election. \ stockholder of said corporation, to beheld Cash only.- .Call at 1e04 Mabbott Interested, in Florida spring and summer crops Should svaUF,themselves -, .r "
Fresh Meat ''andVegetables ThagpamA 41*c.ce.4l4at..r on the eecondtTbursday t la ..January street.' Mr*. Ida Broughton. S-tf .. ' t
of information' catalogue. 'Sap.
or contained in deaeripUv .
. only.those, persons shall of .- our. ;r
.bot permitted become candidates for Until, herein pded-of aald; *<"- FOR BALK _- Chevrolet-- automobile plied FREE' on request to those,who send la their names PfO llptl,., '- .ii'
' be voted for In. said primaryelections. Deration, for. the'business ....: tully equipped and .. liNt clap Write tor U today., Full Information and price on 'all seasonable
: . whopledge Mtb.mselve.. Inwrltlna'to of this eorpo .tto..ahah. be conducted ..hapel a splendid ;buys ash _prloeriTti , _- - - ' -- - sJ '. fl.. t 6
abide by,the result of ...idprt..ry" by the followlll<<'of fleers!,J. O. ,.... ,CD on.-A.\, y Seeda 4. -
,, "=' elections "'and .support the Henderson' ',President "N.Winenan; "e.n..a .....Iqr.lafor..attoDo'( ; f
"" ; MARTIN t }
,ao",1b..ot.. -Vho'. are qualified as ,Vlcs-Preeldent J. H:' Blonnt as Sec /' \ : : ..:

t .1iori :X44: 2- ;,under the laws of'the State of Florida r.tary'and Treasur.r,- and J- O- Hea- FOR SALE-or rent'at a reasonable '.262-2M East Bay..Sraa7 ; : : .P1:.. 7YN: : ;,." '.
In ,
_ apdcltyofKlsalmm. ** to hold offlo.. H.: Blounta. , pr-lee.- bat located house the-city; .
4 I i 0T UM. .<*=>*.FUleel' -> a Ifoezd of DtreM1cter'frr" ''''''''''''T tarnished, ; ""-contain*. aimrooms> . '
"-* .... .... _ ,<.p.- ,'. Ii ,' ,. OJ ... 1n i
Le "t'
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Cp.-J"'' ""'iJ' '... -!: ........ ... """" ""' .l.;.\.,.. ... i .", '5.r oJ ...'....,,:o' ..,,, M l''t ask. 'j. .,.. ""'-W ',." '1 1'-: 'L ;r'-. 1. .
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vases of sweet peas, -were; iwon''"byMrs. ; 'tion. , .rM +I

.Gairett.. Mrs. Starbird and Mrs.I The program of the Home Society
: IN ,SOCIETY'S REALMi 1.1.I Bullock-while the sympathetic prize Included scripture readings showing . "
,,' ... .. 4 went to Mrs. Nelson Mfckinson: The .the need of proportionate giving and I
; .. was awarded" a handsome. Mrs, Lander read. story telling of
; CEp.lof.fTHI7s. !EVENtNQ:: Ivory pendant. Following the com:':the duty:,and privilege of tithing call -
AT CHAPTER HOUSE pletion of the .games delicious re; ed "The Gift of Gifts. Miss Patsy 15/Je
There is a reception this ev, treshment..ver served. Maldnson, accompanied by Miss Sutton 4
:, rendered two songs in a very
mining at seven-thirty the.Chapter
House for the purpose 'of receiving, ':BAPTIST DORCAS CLASS pleasing manner.*The last song, "My
the pastor of the .IS WELL ENTERTAINED Task," was especially appreciated and
Christian; church and his'wife- .Rev.l| The' Dorcas Class of tile Baptist the young woman was given a rising N
church was pleasantly entertained Vote of thanks' The meeting was
and M that aH< memberi of the 'Tuesday afternoon at the home'ofMrs. ,closed with prayer ,by Mrs. 'Lander, .
church and the pastors of other, .' N. C. Bryan, No. 4 Clyde ave. and the singing of "Blest be The Tie."
thurchea in Kisnimmee together with 'nue.1 .The purpose t t the social hour .Then -as If not enough good things
their; wives,, will be present, 'wes to discuss plans for the work of had been given 1 in one afternoon Miss T"SHEIK"
.. the current year and a very profit_ Dot Makinson.gave a pleasing.. .
{ -
""""- ..'-."-- ; -
EnEK 1rnwsnu; : Dle afternoan'warr 11r.-sa1A&JendIwichee Ttation; after which"delicious refresh
r TUB NEW-.OFFICERS ,'cake, tea, and coffee were ents were served. Mrs. West announced
The newly installed of fleers.of the served as refreshments. Those enjoying that Mrs. Nave had' enter-
local branch, of the Rebekahs. which the-affair were Mrs. II. M. ,talned as a memorial to Mr. Nave's ,
is now a very at1'On.nd//: IniiuenUal Breaker 'Mrs. Haynes Brinson. Mrs.,',mother, who, until called Beyond,
,order are> as named below: I A. C. Chapman, Mrs. M. B. Carson; ,,' had each year entertained her society
Noble Grand-Lottie Dibble; Vice- Mrs. R. S. Floyd Mrs. C. It. Gran- in.January, Mrs. Nave has taken up
Grand-Mary E. Coble; secretary=; ;; tham, Mrs. W. S. Glore, Mrs. H. S. this work and for twenty years has ,
Elsie, McCoskey; treasurer-Sarah A I Geiger, Mrs. H. H. Hudson, Mrs. ''entertained the missionary society in t-
McCoekey; R. S. N. G.-Mattie Par- 'Anna Jones, Mrs.. -. _. Little, Mrs.1'January[' in whatever town she happens FVBRUARY89V.
S. N. G._Elizabeth Jones; R. Claud J Tyson, Mrs. Elizabeth Waring, to be located. Mrs. Nave responded
ter''v''L.G..Sarah Neal: L. S. V. G.Delia .- .Mrs. B.- L. Wilkerson Miss Bryan, by saying she hoped>> all -
Miss Little. would return for the meeting in January
: -
... ...
The lodge In in excellent condition- -
and .continually growing in member., COUNTY ATTORNEY ,
& ,. Milton Pledger- county attorney __ '_ '
'JdJC TG'AN7GUEs.r'WAS j was the guest of honor at the regular Methodist Church _
HONOREE ARD'PARTY I meeting of the W* C. T. U. at the k"j

Friday/Hftemoon. at.'the Woodbeck ,Chater House last Friday afternoon. Rev. R. F. Hodnett, Pastor .. .... ...._ ..,<- .., -
-fo 'Thorp,.' on Brack street >Mrs. -<3.-P.IA. ]a.rjre; and enthusiastic audience\!, 0:45 school. : ,
a. m.-Sunday
Gardner greeted the speaker, and thoroughly ..
and Mrs. .J. D.Woodbeck en.r
11:00 a. m.-Preaching by C. E. .
his entertaining and Instructive
tertained at cards in 'honor of Mrs.\ Putnam. i!
address "What Women Should
Lillian -Clark of Jackson. Michigan. on /
she Know About the Law." 3:00: p. m.Junior League.
There were tables, and the hospjtallty -
I 6:00: t>. m.-Senior' League devotional -
Plans for the district convention
The I '
was very enjoyable. '- -
prized hte W. C. T.: U. to be held, in Kis- exercise. /iV 1
10f this month were discussed 3:30 p. m.-Preaching by the pastor Ir .
and perfected. The mid-day luncheon at Shingle Creek.
SPECIALS: l S I and round-table will be at the Newby 7:30 p: .m.=Preaching by C. E. MnL (1 1-
Inn the first day of the convention.The Putnam. I .
II next regular meeting of- the 3:00 p. m::Monday. Woman's Mis- I .
; a Kissimmee W. C. T. U. will be on slonry Society. /
Friday afternoon- February 10, at 7:30: p. m.Tuesday. Meeting of J .
t four o'clock. A fine program Is prom- Stewards. I
1< ,t -at-- ised and a full attendance desired. 3:30 p. Wednesday. Children's
story hour. ) g
7:30: p. Wednesday. Prayer __
Corresponding Secretary. I
.Ivey's Groceryfor I meeting 'I
ENTERTAINED SOCIETIES i 7:30 p. m.-Saturday. League mission 4 rt>rre. .u a tr
AS A MEMORIAL ACT class study. "i
Mrs. F. A. Nave entertained the Men's bible d.. in The Bungalow/ :"THE V V ..
.f I Home and Foreign Missionary Societies taught by C. E. Putnam.
THIS WEEK ONLY of the Presbyterian church at All tourists and all home peopleare 1iWITH
1 her home on Monday with an attendance cordially invited to attend all the
of nearly fifty members and services of thi schurch.St. .

HERE ARE SOME SPECIAL'PRICES friends. John's (Episcopal) Church t-t ''K"1
G" meeting// was presided over by

FOR THIS SALE I the president, Miss Lathrop. Scrip Rev. L. H. Kirkby. Rector. ,
ture readlnwa followed the ,
.V // by sec
Light House Washing Powder retary's report. At roll call each Fifth Sunday after Epiphany. AGNE FRVOOLAN

Seven Packages for_______.._25c ,member reported with a bible verse 9:45 a. m.-Church school. AYZES'AMe

Ten Pounds of Rice__.________60e 'and contributions. After the readingof 11:00 a. m.-Divine Worship with VA&.rNT'NO& :
letter from Mrs. telling "
:Two Pounds Good Bulk Coffee.35c a Bryington, Holy Communion. Sermon. Theme:
of deficit of in "
a forty percent "The Nation-Wide Campaign. A VIi
.Van'' Camp's Tomato' Soup, |I the yearly budget it was voted l 'thatat Special bible class at 9:45.a. m. to cCoacE ME .roae .'

d per can. ______________----_lOc.Campbell' the February meeting each member be conducted by W. A.. Hamilton, to ft.
should contribute a dollar which which a 'cordial invitation is extended. iAOD coN :,
Tomato Soup can.lOc """"" i9
per she had earned. It was also voted to' Sojourners in Kissimmee are cor-
: Fifteen Pounds Good White have a social at the Chapter House dially invited tothis service. l. WV nuw l1 j 1dIIIv .4,

Potatoes' ??,__.______________65c ''on the afternoon' of Monday Febru "loA
Wils n'. Custom House Coffee ary 27. First Baptist Church JIr
I|I The missionary program followedthe .
per pound ___?._____...___38c business session. Mrs. W. H. Rev. :J. A. Sutton, D. D., Pastor. ,.1 Y",

Star Soap, while stock holds out__._ Dresch presented' in a clear concise All are welcome to the following
the need of
Eight bar for._-_..________25c way in great China telling missionarywork how that services at the church-house on Sun-

Oat'Pound Good Peanut Butte _.ZSc country had suffered from the seclu- day
'aion- 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. 8. L. .
caused wails built
Hart Pickle weet- great -
or Lupfer, Jr., superintendent.- The CASIN
'around> it but because
lOur .__.___:;-_____._._._.15e northern ,wall crumbling the and great the tor conducting a class in.the auditorium .
.9-ounce: Jar'Orange> and I''walls around the cities are being V I.
Grapefruit' : used .. highways It is 11:00 a. m.Sermon' by the pastor. t
.?..-__19c -now possiblefor Theme: "Resurrection and Rapture."

25 Bars of OCtgO5O) _____$1.00 However western, the great civilization need is the to 'bringing enter.. 6:30 p m.-B.. Y. P. U. and serv

Bulk .Vinegar; per gallon.--: ..-_35c]I with thin civilization the gospel ice. }
Good.f'runei. ,of Christ, and one of the best 7:30 p. .--Sermon by the pastor. ?' -
: per Pound.14c ways
Theme unless re..ofor :
some a
.---- .... I of doingthis 'by means of medical ADMISSIONAdults
: change .""Jonah The Best
of) occurs: ; f
work the aim being to reach the : .
Orders at,Fair She Delivered Free laGtjr Type of Jesus '
spiritual being, then 'the physical. 7:30 m. Wednesday. Prayer .;: .'"". i,: .., M. ,.,'' .' ..,. 'I" "':.:1, < -- "
p. ;V > < .
.. LimitsW. j Lansing Mrs. Sanders, Michigan a winter tourist from I meeting., ; . > c vCents" :; ( ; 'S" '.
Preaching at the Second -church
need of
giving medical
training to
Chinese women. One-fourth of all each Thursday evening at: 7:30.: Children 25 Cents
Free seats and a welcome to rSPA'
the .
WtlVEY women and one-fourth of all the .
strangers as well as those .who belong ,1
I children in the world live in China, here. p
but instead of having one-fourth of
; the physicians of the world there are Presbyterian Church CIALnMUSIC
no more than may be found in the VV4
&, 'Qorsi I single city of New York. Since only Rev. W.- D. Dresch-, D. D., Pastor
women can treat women it is highly ,
'No. ,,116Bnadwiy: Phn. 276 I',.Important that Chinese girls be given 9:45: a. m._Sunday school. & -5
& ,. ... the opportunity of medical educa 11:00 a. m.-Worship and sermon: .'. }
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Theme: "The Ministry of Praise."

= Communion service WOMAN'S CLUBBy GET COLOR -

W ,- L i =_ 6:30 p. m-Junior Christian En

r : == deavor.6:80 p. m.-Senior;' ,Christian En. '. Mrs. Paul Stanley

deavor. There was a very Interesting meet- INTO YOURPALE
7:30p. m.-Evening services. Ser I ing of the Civic Department of.the
", I mon.. Theme: "A Christian Walk." club held on Tuesday evening. The
c 'The Bank With :=s 7:30: p. Wednesday Prayer departemnt had received letters which CHEEKS
service. were read from several organizationsin /
the' ths \ the cjty.endorsing its action in all
; 91Ot 1 Christian Cknrcfc work looking towards the'beautifyingof
V the city and assuring their cooperation -
Ability ;--1 1I Rev. J. G. .Waggoner, Pastor in its work in that direction.The If Year Face Is Year Fortune, Ben'l

project for a town plan discussed Look lake
-I was A Bankrupt
school meetsto
The bible
-<100.- 10:00 a. m.
1 $ but for the present the adop-

Willingnet' V of the business of the world it is estimated is done by .study Come Elijah, study Taken with Up us."Christ's .. Into. Subject Heaven. -: tion of will same be was seen postponed.As elsewhere. in the clear Who, healthy does not complexion want red and lips, bright goooV, I Iquests

checks. The submerged tenth use cash. It is easier to == Programo Life. I' columns ford of of the The Casino Gazette, is putting H. D. Ash- flashing eyes? E EVVVV
VS to Serve. = 7:30 p. m.--Sermon. Subject: "Jesus on a Some people have such wonderfullygood ,
go with the stream than against it. If Our Third Volume of clean-up campaign for next week health nothing seems to hurt
you start an account = Father and
as this matter is most
Man." heartily I.them. Others could so easily have firm f
fr I here 'endorsed by the club. it is asked that color and more strength and vigor' If
will have made
J you your first stride toward ; 7:30': p. Wednesday. Prayer each member do her individual VVV
DEPOSITS INSURED meeting. Subject:' "Conservation of part. they would help nature with Gude'* '
'\3 success, and will be going with the stream. = Life: The Call of Service." I :One of the biggest events of the I.Pepto-Mangan. It is a splendid iron ,
,== All members expected to be pre I year will be the Travelogue in Color tonic that physicians have prescribed 'fii
y r Do ent and be hosts to cordially welcome by Dr. Peter Mac,ueen. "Readjustment for thirty years. It is not an expert
you ever hear of a richI' == Of tho World ment. It is 'r'
all strangers and friends to all serv I illustrated with not merely a temporary ..!
.. . -. .. ices. 200 colored views taken while the help because it makes plenty of red "
oFiucceisFuT person who hadti I j jno speaker was' abroad. This will be blood andh as everybody knows, red ."t,'
-. V I =;;;; Christ's ChurchPentecostatr given at the school auditorium. It is blood e only sure foundation of i.. \
":"' ',, bank_ _i bunt! __,___.:.._ __._ ,. -_ '0 -=== V5-- - VVCorner-"-{ -- ',' -admitted, by,.ev..y.. .thinking--person pcrmanent,"health-and: 'atrength.. .Gat. ;
.I' '. =- Brack and Oak StreetsR. that travelogues help to realize the Pepto-Mangan of your druggist-and I .. .sj:
:,, = world's intelligibility, and in this take it a few weeks and see how much A
= D. Walker, Minister. I travalogue year of travel carefully better you feel and look. Sold in liquid 1 I
Parsonage Rear of Church. Phone 32610:00'a. thought out is set before the audience and tablet form. (Advertise<
in one evening. Dr. McQueen is most ment.) '..
school. Inter. unusually interesting as a lecturer r- T' ':'
: : m. Sunday i -- -'--'

national 11:00 lesson.. Divine"worship.for all ages.Sermon 'possibly instinct to because please he and has knows that what trained the that the date of the lecture,,'t
Bank Osceola i a m -
Wednesday, February 8 constant
County Special bible teaching. publie wants.: He has lectured this In ;
ly kept mind and that no other 'i
7:00-p. m.-Dirine worship. Evan.eellstic season in a great many east coast engagement for that be'''
evening :
Message.- Inspirational Sing. towns: in give Florida glowing, !and accounts the press of dispatches his made so that n 'big'house -will. greet {ro.,,);
Dr. MacQueen.1 , 'm* ,. ,
7:30 Praise. Tes travelogues and "some have so ,
m.-Thursday, gone
,:P..M. 'e timony. PreachingEverybody /' J fares to say "that It was a lecture The recutar monthly 'meetin -of
1 : Hoars 9'A.' M. . -
to.3. ; >. ., cordially v Invited to all that not, single citizen interested the 'W>oman'a Club .will be' held at }
services. Come.." "Pray." "Be- in the international tangle that the the Chapter House Tuesday\ afternoon -.,,*"'
( '
.v .. United at three-thirty.; There ,are-, -'
: tl.,.. State has wound about, herself stir: V!,
_P, -u could afford'to! miss, and a 'lee number of important matters' t* ,' '
Arthur1: I Nave'; son''of*Mr.: and Mn.'.' tun that; every hlghschool student._,. .... come up, including .a'report, of Ih*. .of
'f F. A. Nave has arrived*Kissimmee 'aho u"have hHrd."' ,'......_".',., meeting.'recently ,held ,at'''
upon yes viijt to his parents and relatives t. The dab his made a' t sacrifice .Winter.,Park, to ';.which: ,I Weetiig tie:'tA.. ,,
1 V V ) ,Mr.:Nave _m.., from;At c4a, to brine such a billth',cia...entertaianvent -:I club, sent I a:delegate.. AU.nae; >a"rs3 7'V4
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