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 10, 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: VID01050
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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la ,Wke':Bas-CWked.OsceelaHantwar : UaaaisseVsly .Eadone: : .The Werk '., , :, Came'.... new; make. .ft.; -.;.i.conEeMio;;; Say_,b"CDt \ Let Sale" On Saturday Was Meat Sat. Oat ef ........'I V.*es Bat

.s Feaad la Valdotta :. .. ', .,. . iuctocy Afair-Every' Let OftredBreagkt Eight Wet Cut Fee R.aLae.dIssueOne'
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*. : These'' U Charge Of Recent ;Fair Don: t_ think It. "l..pNIODr''' : .
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) _. And Breaght te Kissisasaee. .Aad' Aides '. Say listenl, 'Coed_Prices I, a We.n: '

,.: Sheriff L.. JL-'Farmer left on Satnr- .At the meeting of the county commissioners i'When .you sit .at a"deskwih''phonein"' your:hand": S. R.::Ch.pman'was greatly.pleased Lake Wilson district' has not1 an
''cla,.-night for Valdosts.Georgia. and I on Monday the following ': And'talk in a way you can both'understand-- with' the ;result of the auction of. extremely! large population at.this

.returned'on Tuesday with a man who resolutions were Introduced by Commissioner Then grinningly grunt 1ft tones; tilte' bancJ.-;:. . : building 10ta' last Saturday-and attributes season of the year. There are many r.
,'is much wanted in Kissimmee as-well I Hansell, which upon his '. Say li.ten!, : his success'to' three causes; owners of the valuable property in'

-as 'Orlando. He' gives his IUlm'l recommendation. -were unanimously ., , i' his fluency-'of tongue the,excellence that magnificent section of citrus d
alias Griffin land but there are numerous owners
George McGraw O. adopted of'the location, and the publicity ,
the; manner.-in: which he.'w.. c.ptar1.1! '. Whereas It i is the- belief of the entire If the, girl,n sn't'' deaf'sheean, hear. you--, en by The Gazette. There was but who are awaiting the advent of the ''

ltd by, the police of Valdosta,.was; clay .. board of,, county commissionersof ,J Say,' lilltenl! little time for' publicity-but Mr. good' 'roads which fqr several yearshas r
r' Osceola county that the free public . need'think'sheewill ....... been sought-and are making
Y fear +
"'! Chapman.made the most of it.- There '
ouneYer' you
,; The wan taken lnValdosts and exhibit''of the products .of ...OsceolacountjrTeoentlymade _ .. -- 0'I... I their home, temporarllyr' .at other
L locked up as. a.suspidou.'character.' Kissimmeewas '$ 7" ; Say, lillienl was-a considerable'crowd at.the sale, points. .. of 'the

lie< sneered;atthe, policy', there; told, ;an< exposition7which: reflected: Th hr.te.Dever; :m.It..c conversation'completes: : . :" :' ... and the bidding. was very brisk. election last Saturday there, were but i t
them they didn't know from where great credit upon the county; and, S'lIIL- "some who'll t Think' fill be 'a'' ,big treat. ;;'. "'" ,r : The lots sold. at "price. 'which thirteen qualified,, voters to. adtocate
rangedfrom to $275. Milton
what'hls. was and ', ; $25 an issue of $80.000-and of these
fee cam.or, name ; .Whereas:'',It believed, also, that -
: told them it "was up to them to find the:affair was complete success in Wh nthey'let'iell, .out. to Pete: Piedcer-:bId'; on'' every: lot that was there were but eight voting- one of

[.out." 'A Winchester- s Colt plal every way that the displays -were ':- $ .Sa.Y. lissenIrTHb put upi-and .succeeded ini: securing' these being woman.. There was no
tot was found on him--and they were most'raved and attractive' and that .' .. ; opposition to' the measure proposed. a '':
f" Dew ...pon.. ,The makers of the the .t\Ount.wUI'be a large gainer by .: ,The returns from the election held
Eweapons, were 'wired to .in order'' to the showing that was'so much admired there ia ''every'indication-that'.he, willImmediately .Saturday-' to determine wheth.rthat .
'. '""""" "" Qi141 . territory should be. formed intoa r
whom the bearing .
., learn to weapons r therefore :> i'i erect'a dwelling on one
;certain numbers were sold." The .Win- 'V.Be ItResolved'That'this I body;in .1 of 'his .' Urcha...., F.; A. Nave took special road and bridge district and ,y
''cheater replied that. the pistol .. [ the $80,000 bond issue should pre-
people legal session 'is :deeply .appreciative th. highest-priced lot for which he
'-/. question was the. Osce of the. strenuous efforts of. Leo H. : paid $275-.and according to the pub- vail were 'canvassed. ,at the regular' a
lk.&IIII.. .... Company. at Wilson rand'.Miss' Albina .Smith' in LUCK LOST OUT fdCAL'INSTiTUTION lished agreement he was "awarded, a session' of v the board of county com-; ??
1''.' :.' I ; misilonera ;Monday; ,and: It; was "
: : the police -'WireCI- .to the? localt -4't1C thus gathering: :within.a DsOlt,1imitedm. : << ; second.;lot'free.-: We' bought. : .No.- 1 determined;:that; the .rnasu re.. .had

.. emn.. T. and* 1y'was sent:from. ;and such ln.o-e1everly'arranging asplendld'srtayofprodsnets ;; the AS "COPS stlpPEDjJPON' :M1 RDMISES: TO PROVE land was presented-lot; No. 24-!-'from passed lIDatibnolltlt.The ,..,- "'
the fact that he the highest : ef that district ' Pd'x .
t. ]lore-:!thatrthe. pi.f.ol"av" shotgun;, ateaippjitove4a showing:' and:/ :jj" 'rbl' ..r1-'*' I purchased people% are i
safety razor and'sortie .I\Jk It ii..oITech'Th ihe thenks'o! ;valued one.;' Mr., Nave bought about be congratulated that full and perfecta

w"'othf--raood.were obtained from the.1 this.,body: be' given >Leo.: H.-..Wilson SUNDAY' GAHBLEBSMeidaylWasfBMy "NOTED ACQUISITION.t ten of the' the:tract. ; concord exists' upon everything whlebwU1 '* t,,
inn lay a man giving the name of O. and Miss .Albina Smitb.... .well as to ... i, Even lot;w", sold and- th'erew : add-to the betterment' of that If ?
''lOrittinoo'a.bad check, and asked'that.he aU?.Biass-s..+wfaa.,so' steadilrV labored r :.. .. .. complaint'. ver the result .obtained. rich:area:ofland.., It; is an assured ;

be held Sheriff. armer; then!)throughout '.the four-day session\. ('n .Day ia MaaicipalGambler.J 'W atsea-HaBiMaaafacrarisir. :; Cesasaay OGRAM ... fact that there is no richer, section of' j i
Osceola than
: of the man ; EXCELLENT -county1 is'to be found
|icspnta.deacriptiod order, about the
to bring snecesr gain. 4
fm and the *description was so e 4' and,;v . CartSuuday;Eriai is .,, Csuaesced? Bsisiaess fir JackseaKususutes' SUNDAY BAND CONCERT Jiere-one proof of which Is 'the de-

(that' the man was held and the sher. ..'.BeIt' Resolved: That.we suggest' Entered Plea .f Guilty. '.iU.-New. la .. termined effort of the residents endropertyownersto l'k
'iff'. started .for- him.' "'By the same that a,like feature be made""'an annual -" .J" - Director. -D---: Woodbeck., of the > spare expense' '
.means It was learned that the' Colt ,event in: ,this) ,county- such a Under the charge of "playing a' 'Only a few years ago Dr. K. D. C. Kissimmee Concert Band, announces to get nod transportation facilities;.
:' was obtained from a Louisville. Kentucky -' scale as ,the recent efficient upon management game of chance for money" there Watson located hi Jacksonville' witha the following' program for the concert to outsi e'poinp. ::t the .past they f
firm. 1 and the county finances may were three-quarters Of a 'dozen culprits small amount of cash, 'a ]large ;Sunday afternoon, commencing at have begged mat the''.. ..orpJaoe, ''I,
before Mondaymorning amount ,of determination, and some higher valuations the property ( ;
Then the prisoner "was deem' most beneficial and. practical. Judge May on four"o'clock upon
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'up'.to: the police' to identify him-j In' a couple of valuable. prescriptions and formulasFor Alexander in order to the more easily dispose of ,';
', but that was not a hard Job. Tuesday BARTOW NEGROES DUPED negroes charged ,with drunk and disorderly the concoctions of 'certain remedies Match-The' Southerner, the' bonds-they-'; I If the need of lie commenced to put these Overture-William Tell ..Roslnl subject themselves ,to outlay in.
: ;:partlea came from Orlando.Kissim, I conduct. ever *- vp any
me., and when they saw the man in j I .BY A WHITE GRAFTER I a larger courtroom.was felt it was on medicines in a small way, and as rapIdly Concert Waltz-Persian order to hasten the desired work. ",
;, the'jail;they immediately,. identified I 1' 'whites '' Monday-for the importance of the as iris returns would allow he Moonlight __________--King There' is now every belief that work
him as -one who played the same sort :'A man, well garbed and sporty matters was considered. most inter. began to place these remedies on sale Selection-From 'PrinceCharming' will soon commence upon the needled +
.1Of.a game on them, ---Th. prisoner Is :looking;
._stlllin the Osceola-jail. and it-is understood 1./visits.of"'to.Bartow the ,colored on one of the sever of It seems that ort Sunday evening Incre.sedr.duall; he commencedto American'CllMeacohlm an early: completion.'_' ; ,"
.,that after ne has servedythe population between eight and nine o'clock Chiefof secure some valuable testimonials Memories of Stephen Foster y
term be will/receve from this countyit I the eastern'part of the city. He' refuses police Floyd Tyson and the egarding;: their efficiency; and all the (familiar airs) .....Porter SENATOR/TOM CAMPBELL "

,. will ,Mbe up to", the other victims .to,, .to give them. his at' or his police. C. H. Driggers., had a tip that lime he felt sure of ultimate success (a)-,Sweetheart.ri., ._... Davit! '.- .riN. IUSSIMMEE,MONDAY.. . r
lee that,he is retried and resentenced.t and up to a ..cenerlo'of "The: Old Home Nest"wasbeing and he continued to add to the preparations (M-Tucky Home -......... Young '
'. The' .rre.t-'and .identification ,tell beif.fQrtunes, give them a.magicword enacted to a small-but 'financially other things whose. excellence 1 March*-Vanguard of Democracy Senator..\\1:.;;JCp: ;;; I'; of Pajm Y

'\ through the means of the' 'l.temJ.from',-each'incidentally; whom he to extract $10 appreciative audience in. the 'was' assured. "'F't..t..I/: ::.......... _.............. KingLtGHTINC Beach county was In Klsstmmce'on ,
: '.cIopted.bJ' the .weapon'' manufacturers' one so-generously poolroom formerly conducted by 'C. :Not; ; so very long 'ago Dr. Wlatson, r Monday for 'flying ,,visitpossibly'on
-helps with his powers 'of! v divination. 'of his trips about, the state )In .his'wayto 'Governor;Cary A." i
was a',;;clever affair. Possibly the''culprit r M. Breaker, at 121 Broadway' but n-yone :Oft'LENA'G\ ..
:... was' unaware' that such .. : more recently takenformer i over, by U.M. quen.'ot*business'and to determine 'I{ H.rde..t 'Tallahassee, On- Sunday ,;f
:-l. tsecotdawerttk;; ept,_.___ .,., g V..i 'clo..j nebs'and. It reenla'that discontent he stirs up theniea.suring restless. ..,Breaker.- president.of the where; best -establish-sales.offices, Jl (: FEDERAL GRAND 'JURY the Post, of Went Palm' 'Be. h;:pair*.i! *,"
I among: city council:'. One of-- the. officers arrived in KisRimmee. Everythlirp'looked ) J rCHARGES'EMBEZZLEMENTTb'h'j' lished three' affidavit. incrimiiaHiV, "..
.. ORT'PiERCE BAND ',1 those who refuse to take stockinhi.propheaie&4hatthey then went in the front door' while the good to him and he concluded' Mr.. Campbell as-one of..the:two: !'TBO-:'ubetweene c _
r- '-ENROUTE"'Tf'TAMPA'- +.- will -bein.jail other went in at the, back. door., and "than ls'buslnesswhich is largely a-h. ClarTc? eee acquitted *' for wlre-tapper/'manl of. .
.. before certain date, 'f of kill- at Orlando a charge of murderingFred .. "
-.. 1 there found nine-or. more confiding mail-order proposition' and' transacted whom ..werearrested':,..In.rec raM
Fort Pierce- band I had forwarded I llnlr certain of their. enemlesthat; they Lady ;Luck' to the full extent.' The through retail agencies, could be, A'Miltimore, and now,confined at Lauderdale. One of theM affi n
oticea. that,,.It'would stop In -Klssimmee -' be struck with the'pIa cue, short'ly entire', party ,was placed .under arrest the better conducted from this city to the>state insane asylum, is charged. its was by If.' IA BusseyformerlydI: strict
.* for an- hour, on Monday and af- ; or'that they will be killed, if they -after Sam Gibbs (colored) and H: than-from any.other point-in Florida with the embezzlement of $32,000 postal attorney) ,t another" *.George. ;
tl', luncheon would Rive.a. concert; : refuse to take his warnings-fork I M- Breaker having been discovered Accordingly : he 'made a 'purchase of funds in an indictment returned by W. Coleman, 'present' dietrtet. attr''
iut there was a delay in arriving and over theIr $10. The death of negro' : reports state; closely, closeted .where a home and some lots.leased a portion the federal grand jury. The aUelfedembeUlemeiat hey; and the third and _01&:...,"' )"
*c1t two Snow who was killed on Monday of the'' Wailson building Dar.. 'OC\curred while-she' was from D. H. *f _
;!was not till after o'clock that congregations are least''' expected togather. on a was CVnMi gr. enraar'
January Z, of this year' he aseureJth.m ,postmaster--'..t West Palm Beach; .. ;--l"- -. " '
r 'the organization gave a few,, selections .- ling-ton avenue, with the understanding the P 011. .' q'
". before rushing to Tampa., was the result of Snow's.refural Monday ten o'clock the that he! would eventually takeoverthe The 'indictment specifies' that the These affida"iU': '1 U.zr
., .Tbe Fort Pierce band is one of the to respond to his demands. ."A municipal court sat. Those against entire lower floor, and announced amo ut' w.II'' contained in registered the denunciation : h :'. ,.:'
musical in Florida syndicate. working under the devtl'lorden to his two thousand or more'Kissimmee' shipment to the federal reserve'bankat was "fix1the' : < .
organizations ,
W\d\ that whom charges weremade for conducting tthl' .r. ,II .
his magic 'work might Atlant.Thi. theft played an important : :- "
;paving,been organized for over sev- 'and participating in a game was henceforth to be .),_ so"hlch r' >
-sF.nteenyears. It is composed of twentyeight'muciclads have prevented "combined" do 'their of chance for money were H. 'M. headquarters* of. the business:' part in her trial -for the' alleged was 'to'_ occupy;:"-_'- .t... '" "
'-r ,- practically,all of dirty work' ,/ Breaker Bill- Goldstcfc, ManilusKeith Realizing, the need of a larger capital murder of Miltimore, the prosecution houses .owned by him 'lat.IIOt''M''
:"3;.. whom,are actively engaged In' business A 'strong' effort will .doubtless be (jthese three being'.not' present Dr.- Watson concluded to incor.porate .. ,claiming she' killed him in-an molested by1 the, '"' the'eour-' ; :
at that place. W. E. Tylander.head made to eliminate the disgusting ), G. B.- ) Branson, and the new business was incorporated effort to place the theft on bins. Dun C. C... Wendell, a .formerpoliceman'ld.a'' '-
:if of./ one of theL.rce.t'retau l practice of the'' "white-man, who ia Elie Johnson: Uiel.Woodal,'Tony Rotunda with 'capital, of fifty ing her confinement awaiting trial and New "York, receivinga'penslen.... ... :.. i':
W: :lumber concerns in the state Is director sponging on the'credulity-:'the ,colored ,,.and Sam Gibbs, ..the latter thousand dollars and the organiza at the.''trial- she admitted taklllJ' the from that city living, in West:Palm
*of> the band .... but.could notmake race and -lta.nqembere to being.col red.t'A..plea of CUi1t1'-waa Lion has.started off in 'nice ahape. money herself, but claimed i Miltlmonupcnialbl. Beach was jm licated In' the scheme M'
!:" ;the t.rIPL.nd-.the band is beastfu),, impulses that -frequently re- entered 'byall;; the'" arrested men. The 'major': portion1" of the stock has .ifon previous -'shortages according ,to ,the sworn statements.,. y
.; -charge of Mr. .Woodman'. its' assistant ault In''autl'eriftl'deathand' : ,; destruc' :*. Judge i M.,.. then affixed the fine ton been tak.n:-and because the-,, people Wjendall's) pro-German attitude 'came, '

',,\ directory who' Is alto- the director "-". . "If" M H.M::Breaker at fifty ,,dollars, or have confidence lathe work;-that is L GAINED very neaf causing him',physical! trouble -.
a large band In Illinois. I..:F. Collier thirty days in Jail, and on the remain' being carriedon, and appreciate whatit PUBLICITY : when matters were! *t? the 'great' d

.:.-. ..s businessmanager. ing eight offenders .at .tendollars means to Kissimmee to have this tension several' years ago, and he wa*'
:. The band .gives; concerts the,yeaet THEY'CAME:,THEY:SAW: each. No'costs were.dded in either sort of business spread abroad the defeated for a. re-election on'the' city 'J
. round at Fort Pierce' which speaks ,, caN name of Kissimmee:well as realIzing BY HIGHWAY, :SIGNSREADIljJPPAENT, council because of that-:fact. './'6' -". ,.J .
p: wdL.for.tbe progressiveness of the At the same session of the.court that there will be good returns ,Copies,of tha.ffid.Tit.'w6r., pre..>.;r.f; .- ,, '
", .town- -not many other towns -of 8500 AND THEN PURCHASEDKISS1MMErPROflDJY was 'heard ,; against Ruby upon the Inve.tmentthere being pared and wer*'at once forwarded tef> h "',
'. people,supporting. a. band '-the. years Wiggins charged with disorderly conduct taken bythe citizens a< considerable. [ P. | the governor.with a. prsyer,that Wit '11 't '. ;i
rnund"","" u ..4f ". ...... -thetomplaintbeing'made by amount of. the stock.. _ \ late :-official might'toke'proper'aetioniand 'y :'...."
1r ; .Some of.the present since, Pearl 'Fayson, who V offered Celeste In this -week's issue of The Gazette : It.t..pre.umecl.Oe trlp'j''l''; '.:'11'--
'>.4 ./the band have been playing in it Johnson .as witness... There'was a may be found, a resume' of what the General Belief If That T. Pest. Signs which the senator bad :started' ..:;vv ,,
yt4its, inception, and have grown up with 'F" ' rw : : knife mentioned aa exhibit-two-Ruby company' offer, some informa Along Maay ;Highways 1st. Tks was taken to -make a plea for himself.:T* .. 'ir- '"
fit for civic pride la very..much in ev Lacked Over_ 1 Lion regarding the excellence of the '
: being exhibit one-which was said to North Will Aid Mr. Campbell Is well known' in Kis--; ;t:
'., dence.t'' ; Fort Pierce, and they i con ended It Was ,The Best Place teLecate have-been'taken from'Ruby while at company and its products, and an offer ,, -PssfosseeThere. simmee,where; he was raised,' and

't tine to give their' .t"m.- and" moneyto -A" Bengfct Lets the height, of,,her 'indignation. .All to' allow a limited amount of Is soon ,to be "drive" for where he ,has,, relatives and( many\!c", '
its supports ""'--- were negroes. Ruby was ordered to stock to be accumulated by those who the purpose of securing funds to have quaintancea.. . ;).,;.... ,, ...
1/... 'The band was on its way to Tampa, Roy Gravel, of the Gift, Shops(i.a dig up from her,, perambulating bank are.loyal to, the city, It was not.the t signs painted, mentioning briefly "_' '>rr yJ '
,r.-;,_ 'to j ahertise_'Fort' Pierce and Saintt day of the]: .eeK- the sum of'five dollars and costs. intention of the company to allow anystock I many I some of ';the many advantages CHAMBER OF, COMMERCE .-- .

Lucie county'at'' -the fair. With the and,that; helps his .business. Mose,Waters a' negro, was found to be:'bought-the sales -to be which are possessed by Kicsimmee, PLANS BUSINESS' LUNCH. . (', ?
bend J. Rs H.,Glenn, an ardent SaintLucieCounty' confined to the of the J
Last '''Wedneada there"arrived in guilty of being drunk and disorderly ; and. then have these posted'alongsidethe - '
booster conducts" and good fellow Kissimmee from Orlando, where'they on Sunday, and was ordered to assist but there were so numerous plead., highways in the northern:portion FOR: COMING_ \THURSDAY. ... :: ,
1i. ,,. Mrs, Glenn the Fort'Pierce the -city- In a financial manner to the ments: that some of the stock', mightbe wells. Instates tothe J
of the
had state aa WiD'
been for several "months "a'
living A sort of Rotarian. meeting
'* N4ws-Tribune, a daily paper, of sold that it has been decided to allow '
" extent, fifteen dollars and costs. north of: Florida.; .
p' t+.:__.-S..welU known to the press of the Mr. and Mrs. John F. King,.,parents Mayor May ia to be congratulatedupon the ,public to vget' in- on the 'This.'Information with authority be held in .the rooms-of the Chamber ."',
of Mrs.Wells. them
With came Mr of Commerce next at the #
. :\<;* state. He carried with him a large the financial aid tendered to groundfloor." ;Thursday
:J' supply:'of literature describing Fort and Mn-Ectward; Snyder, of Ramseyi, ; city tothe extent,of-1150 on Monday. Hence the offer'!. made in this issue : from the-of secretary of,the'local''Chamber J. .D.- noon' hour i when every member.:"of. l 'I
,Pierce and t Lucie New Jersey, who were making their. the organization is expected to be1present.
"' : Saint county'for of thispublication that if hastebe as
, first ) throughout'I Florida, ',Think of a-picture of nine- men who Woodbeck.- The movement has been ';
distribution the fair. trip ,- used ,there 0s still Ja' limited .; J. Edward Krause, o f Run. ,
The on'the posed' endorsed by the MothersTeachersClub : nymede Lodge will,, be 'the- principal "
quartet arrived morning in
amount of,stock the incorporationwhich x
." ,. CHIEF-OF-POLICE train from the, north-and left on the At. .the shooting of craps' .when the may' be obtained,. at ,:-par. MS wefi as the'' Woman's Club. speakerend; .there Is" to be made an";
will 'take
closed the members of 'which an
season was a
effort to' amalgamate all the Inter' *':
"" RESIGNS HIS POSITION evening_.train--but Intbe: ,interimthey'were'ahown ,
. Picture a Ruby of dark-tinted shade WON i i&PRIZE: active part'in the work.. Every resident eats tot, ,the county towards suitableprogress. < c ,
overall ,
: Who/ tackled two females wasn't will, be solicited to' for atleastoneaignand ,
cola, At, the:'meeting-of the city'councilon Then; after deciding that this was the . .and BECAUSEOF/COOD, WORK its cost-of pay .*. This luncheon ia to-be-
afraid . place.mentbecause
: st"t
held; in,the Interests of:Kisslmmee
evening-was read res-
'tenatlon-Tuesday of'CXI: FIoyd-Tlson, who has 1 best erect place, they had found in,which to Picture MOlleli-f'tot he of: Red Sea.-I A. ,tC. McCorquerif'ie, "of .the Cane : : every citizen (is vitallyiterested' and Saint Cloud, .. well .s'' other';' ;y
r* been filling the post Gf chief-of-police a home:they made. purchaseof' Who argued and figured' hooch ought Breeze. section is fifty dollars richer in- ..having'some publidtj portions- of ,the, 'county\ ; and 1 will'' t
r\llor;-seTeraf month..... The matter, had four lots-picked vfor;; them. by tojbe'freel ,. I than, he .was a short time J since given to Kissimmee.' Theft has been probably result in;some needed:'Work;
been -rumored upon, the. streets for Mr.- Wellsor: perhaps Mrs. Wells.), : Picture two men hid away in repose and, consequently that much happier much unpleasant.comment that along
. I aeveral daysr-but nothing i official The tact".that ;they; ", bad viewed Where the still --waters ran, and .se-; It happened .this way Mr. Me- the vanoua' routeB' of travel to the ,NEAR i EAST ; RELIEF ..
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had"'Deen kfOwn"ti11'ths'tneeting otlo.ithe'councU many" spote-in tI --.tat.-raDd--finally -.elusion.-was-dosel: "-: ? Conquer ." lonorwmaronth north.arc1therLhua l "'
; and;the .resignation was settled upon 'Kissimmee as ,;the 'city Think of, each culprit. with -face like. Atlantic Coast Line-with territory . Information regarding Kissimmee. /. RIY.'W: ;. H.:Dresch will deliver -
' 't"4ccPted' by the body..Mr; .: :Tison'a!offering,,the;greatest inducements .is a saintGoi' !. covering five miles north and More regarding this matter will tM I lecture'..upon 'the Near East Relief '
resignation stated that aa-.then were flattering .this"city. r; They were That is .a.picture. .no artist, can three miles south of -Kissimmee, mentioned 'in 'a later' issue'' 'of.' ThGazettfLy !I next:Thursday:. the Ugh" ., ,
ttI ipsiome collections to be' not long, in recogniiing': that there .p. t F. There'.... .man1: -others' in the sane ,. .' ,,-" ,,. ,, : ,- chool.au6itorium* anus the pastor; app ,
"'t1,up"theaffair: ,of the city in.or-; was a greater future in Osceo1a'counnty'tban COUNTY ROAD INJURED capacity;' and the railway, companyconcluded' : :FORMi \is recognized able. speaker,and,
,r''' to' leave"-a' cleanslate' he'wouldgestfUiat else whero which ,is : .. ; to-" offer: a; fiftdollan.lnI'Old WILL':CHANGE!THE Is .well-posted upon hU theme in hilII ,so
the, resignation take' directly .BY! HAULING;OF: LOGS, prize for the'.best:t kept section '.:; Or,ROAD TIME WARRANT!$I classroom at Rollins,at wHicH college;
>effect- -Tuesday.. February'21.' and In accord;with the<'propaganda which .. ..--- in each of thedivisions..Competent ., ' be ia on. of the:JIJ'Oml.nent"educatntf''., ,,,,,'
.::;'- ''110.,.obJec lon: .,to this 're.IiALDASHTON'S : Is 'continually''sent' out by' The'Gazette ''., Complaints:were' 'received 'from-various / 'judges'\ took;:'."tu n'.vve r, 'At; _thereLa'" .: '" -indicative' that; had there been sources by the' the commissioners th. entire-line.'and there was ae dispute prospective buyer of the time :war should be a; large: andappl.daNco': +.
.... f a"'general:circulation'of this paper M on.. Monday ''that- county that-the' eight miles covered; y ranti'-isaued for'.the completion .o:t audience.- :'In the drive.-.w 4; r'
PRIZETwo'weeks' has the road between Hill' at Navesee ,..- the 'road between lake, is. !tar close.Oaceola \ .
t. : .. ( been custom then would have McCorquerdale was the best to .bt I Alligator; an near county/ "
been., -doubtless. ,many. ..people who and the;,Pine Products -Company found' In*the third'-division. Natinr.., Deer Park the commissioners on Mon- asked!l'to',contribute: :. t"-thou......... .
'i.'t. lago. While, speedingalonRIn could have come to ',e."What 'was'be plant.bad,' been I'completely -demoralized ally.the:recipient! of theprimenei day: /took: legal action to change", dollars-' and:that.;-quo ta'-ia'r,* !
'. his-two-thousand dollar ear c"otferecL-: '- ;:; ; ,by; 'C., H.. runl After'consid ia much elated because of the award.. font ,to' coupon warrant- -,iicases"where a com lel.e.. 'Tb t MneraJ pabUc Is ..,
.Id'SlshtoiV'-cooBty" soperinent ..-Inr. the matter'' the:commissioner Naturally; also; he baa determined t bomoa'which
',<. ,'ran ,ovefamf killed ..ra oi"t > ,-Th... new. 'Will soon instructed..the:cleric' of:the'.board 'to strive fer-the>next prize that may. boffered I beea' _lei'aswen.aa: 'where they arnowia I admission; f.m,' be.dharged;f 1 'TJI .f'I
>ack.' .H' 'eintlcl find'naowner-so: bet. her erected'''wflf be. owned-by:enthusitaata notify Mr Brims that he' must in the by the'railway ''possession of buyers. Th< """ -' l II |"I* j'u.- .j** 'V- .,
rendered It-and secured three quarts ,.-who .will,'.tellitheir 'many:'acquaintances future keep his log carts off the public . , - i. i i company n rmJL change and substitution I I. to be toad. ,t. 1n.r.I."a foeliag' mn cthe11 d Hdren. -'
r |ff'lard i rand", one and one-half"-pints) of the opportunities to be 'roads; and immediately ;Nearly .000.miles-ofigood-r ;*diwere ones,.. '- -. ..';:,: '..' '. .. .< ."that,themovie*- slkowld. .be.,rav?Ji' t
*>f;turpentine.-/Now .h.,-,.is- gloating found'lo'malmbIM.; and will add''totheampertane pair.the'damage. ;.he,:hadalreadyper-.. : ; bent in' the ,UiI It.d ..'State.. ti e4.t J. r" formed ao--:that t it ,wW..e.: ";for.'
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F 'Two. THE ntfttturr VALLEY' GAZETTE..: TRPAT .FEMWAHY ,it.t 1122'a ..

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: AND' HAS PROVEN''' IT Edith' Johnson;; William Duncan ,

t Merchants & 'f Farmers Bank I' had ji week's vacation during the
In a recent issue of The Klssimmee m.kinlrof some of the scenes. for

. has article will be shown at 'I
', Gazette Thorn an .. A WISHWhate'er "Steel heart. which ,
Uiat should be read, and the advice Casino on Monday. For this production' *
of KiMttmmee the future holds in store; town was .construct '

followed i by every municipality in Grant this one thing to me, ed. It consist af cabins, tents, saloons -'L4 % ,"
Florida. That simple faith of. other days and.
'gambling halls, dives a
,:\'. 'Cot > In this article the writer'' advocates May clearer, stronger be. '' Chinese laundry. The frontier town Cj
EVERY, ">. .\ -:, That I may have the gift to seeThe River' section CjJ
i INVITES: BUSINESS FROM > a plan of/publicity to tell the outside do was built In the Kern
that others

: .. .. ..BUSINESS'MAN J IN KISSIMMEE:,' .. V .... f\ .. world-what they have to offer In the And in good my efforts to be just; of housing California several and hundred had a people.capacity Mr for J

'-; . ( ... ,'. ' way of an inducement for people to Forget their failings, -too. Duncan and Edith Johnson were're..
. locate in that particular' section. cabin stn.
; qui\red by the script to live in a "
The Star BannerIt
Spangled .
',,' The Orlando-Reporter Star in corns 0 somewhat apart from the ethnics: J +
(U surprising what a lot of "goodpeople /
f'I..) menting on Thorndyke's article says the
idea of
Miss Johnson hit upon the ; 's
"The Kisslmmee Valley Gazette hasa do not know the words .of our 1
national -hymn. ,The other day The two housekeeping.
strong article on- advertising a j t
"I will get the meals and you can A Mother's Advice
Watcher heard a man trying to singit
( Precaution Within Banking Power Is Taken to county or city. The county commissioners while at his work and this is about build, the fire," she ssfd. Mr. Duncan .
of Osceola 'would do well to the-way he did it agreed. The young girl is very Health U Vital to Yo, Mothers I ;;
take Thorn's advice and spend few "
domestic and housework. She Birmingham;Ala.- After beoomtng
"0, say can You see, by the dawn'searly enjoys f
thousand dollars tolling the peopleof is constantly experimenting with different a mother my health gave wa I sublered -
Protect Our Patrons the outside world the great advantages light with low II
: recipes and has created several severely a pain down'in
; What so proudly to da dado ium dum
of their county It would .
da de da CAncoetibns: which are used in the my right side. My sister-in law ,
pay them handsomely. And the rocket's; red glare. to bo bumbing west and are labeled with her name) having been cured of a,bad ease ot
A tew'thou..nd thus spent'would de dar "Chicken a la Johnson" being a favorite feminine trouble by taking Dr. Pierce'
: be forgotten as soon as the results Favorite Prescription advised
1. I morsel west me to
the coast.
.. .which are bound to come. begin to Gave dum proof dum te daw da do de do The story has on to do with the northern take it, which I did., I am now starting )

show. pioneer times and is dra on my tblrd'bottle and the pain
\ OFFICERS 0, say does the Star-Spangled Banner very
Florida Is a state of vast opportunities matic. It has many spectacular has' all left me. My husband said tome .Ii
W1LLSON. O'BRYAN First ; and it seems that each and ev-. de do, ... hat.
J. M; President LEWIS YicePesideDtR. $ I O'er.thL nd-. l:ih'o-=:Eyes;-de-di-de thrills :.and..Jhe. characters .are all the other day Favorit.-firo.-'
rrsectfonha.adyantageapeealiat' .a wonderful medi-'
: red-blooded human beings. scription .iJ
1i' G. MINiCK,.)Second Vice-President ito j its own. For instance Osceola dum de dun! \, eitl- cine, I-,don't' hear you oompl Qinc' .r1
not be as good to Now, that fellow"wasa good : '" Mrs.. Ruth .
t county may grow ALL'FOR ONE: ONE FOR ALL. any m re. Williamson, e
zen, paid his bill voted the
certain products a* Hardee nor Lake grocery 4016 First Avenue. .
DIRECTORS "county as good as Orange'and 'so on. democratic ticket and uncovered his PIONEER WOMAN 'DIES You should obtain this famous,

: 'DR. ,.C. D. CHRIST J. MrWILLSON LEWIS b'BRYAN ,| Now we have thousands and thou. {,national head every air;time but the he was band too played indHTer-our,I AT SAINT CLOUD HOME Prescription at your nearest drugstore
-- sands of in this world who ,
i ; in tablet or liquid, or write Dr:
t R. & MINICK -- R. E. GRABEL would come to Florida wAs lent' to learn the words of even.the At the age of seventy-seven year Pierce'President, Invalids'. Hotel i In

l brought to their attention that we first stanza of the great song. J JT.klnrr :Mrs Margaret Outlaw, widow of the Buffalo.N. Y.,for!free medical advice.LUMBER.'
have their lines to offer late'P. Outlaw-died at the'resi .
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0000'0 000 ..OOOUOOOOOOOOOOO OOO.U.OO 0 00> Brew Out of Breweries I
.0 OR 000000000 i Outlaw
her Grover C. ,
6 them. These countless thousands are The dence of son
. - not all and Beverage Journal which was in Saint Cloud on. Monday night, '
--- - -- orange growers orange .
formerly Brewers'
a authority
would to them. paper three daughters and two :
} growing not appeal for the statement that 667 former leaving
Nor are they all celery growers, consequently breweries are now making non-Intox.'I icons I : Mrs. J. M. Lee and Mrs. Irs
that would not appeal to :;Bass, both of Kissimmee; Mrs. E.
icating near-beer and 431
all, and so on down the line. others are D. Logan of Loughman; Joe Outlaw .
; '
making other kinds of soft drinks Before placing your order for
"Nothing But TherTruth"A The writer was, at one time, on the 118 ; .-ot Fort-Myers, and the on wjtli
are.making soft drink 68 lumber-mouldings- shingleslath, -
: syrups; .
committee of Chamberof'Commerce she
publicity a whom was residing.Mr. .
each' are making m.ltrup. 145 aremanufacturing !' Kis- and -send us your list .
ipi California and : and Mr. Outlaw came to
ice 60 cold-stor for low estimate. Our ,
COMEDY sent out its publicity ; are slrame in the days, where prices are
THREE-ACT municipality I pioneer "
age warehouses and 162 still idle. Alt right, grades guaranteand can
matter. When -inanities were received together this' makes ', !they conducted both a boarding: houg make
former deliveriespromptly.
by the Chamber and they did not breweries in this ? 1626 of and a grocery; and where they became .
land 'ours I
the Juniors have anything to offer in the line of that havebeen great I well-\ ;mown and exceedingly(
Given by the inquiry that inquiry waft sent to by the new prohibition so thoroughly law that, tamed theyare popular :-Vtfbm over all the tributary The Perry Lumber Company

the- a state body who in turn referred it territory to Kissimmee their list of "
-h gentle enough to of
eat out
r lw,. to the proper section, and eventually' handThe above statistics together your friends were to be found. When the PERRY FLORIDA i**Q
that inquirer became a resident of I with town of Saint Cloud was formed M.r
the frantic of wets
High School Auditorium California. Co-operation was the key the and Mrs. Outlaw removed to that
to .frighten
or cajole Into I FOR ONE ONE FOR'ALL
congress ALL :
is in each lived, ,
J4 note. The result very apparent repeal of the law shows in a most!place where so long as .
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OB- that state. I t their friends continued to multiplyand
startling, manner how wonderfully
The results obtained in town is
our true.
efficient the great prohibition law ,, prove ,
Friday, February 17 beginning to be felt. In October our really is. A few years ago politiciansused POLA NEGRI STARRING .
authorized the
1 Mayors ,
I to say that tlyey had rather have '
Eight o'Clock sending of 250 copies of the Exponent the influence of one saloon than a IN "THE LAST PAYMENTFollowing
to the north each week. The list I -
dozen churches I Looks! dfferent: ;;
now. the sensational success '
is furnished each \
i for mailing us doesn't it? +of "Passion"' in the United States I '-
; THE PUBLIC; GENERALLY INVITED week by our wide-awake county secretary I .
and by some of the citizens. A New Kind of Ring'A (comes "The Last Payment a Paramount
starring Pole Negri,
SPECIAL MUSIC BY ORCHESTRA AND i, The results we are getting wouldbe jeweler in San Francisco has Invented I I picture.
which will be shown at the Casino on
surprising to anyone could they a divorce ring. It is to be ,
SPECIAL FEATURES. see what each mail brings in the way worn on the third finger of the left i Friday, February 17. ,
I 1 I y
"The Last according to
of inquiries. hand and its design is a broken Cu- | Payment
General Children
Ticket In another column of this issue we pid's bow and a diamond set for each reports, has been filmed 'in the same
;Reserved 75e SOc 35c letter'which is time pretentions and impreiRJve manner as"Passion"
are publishing a pub- the fair one has been divorced.It .
lished to show that publicitypays and promises to achievean
only has become a fad and many women
-- ; it also shows no matte how' flock to his store to place their order equally astounding auccens.

.. small a thing in a neighborhood for the gold circlet. Of all foolish The same qualities that won instantaneous -
;I - -" while it may not appeal to everyone, inventions this is certainly one of the ,. recognition for Pola Ne
. Jf?an'.attack''of acute .rheumatism FOURTH HONOR ROLLKISSIMMEE- there is bound to be someone attracted worst! One can admire the lady, whobt'IeomlnJl' I gri in "Passion" are revealed by this
In which there is much pain Ballard'sSnow SCHOOLS by it. engaged to marry wears star in The Last Payment. As the .
_ $ Liniment is a necessary-part of u--By' our.publicity ,wl arn-that two the tell-tale sparkler on her-finger;
,*, i e troatmetlt;" It7rt'powe'rf pain- Honor roll for the fourth month f families are about to move here one and again, when the happy day has has a characterization of .great pow.
Three sites JOc) and from New York state and the other er of which she makes the most. The
w, relief. SOc First Grade-James Goodman, Bob come and she has realized the de-
.$1.20'Pet. bottle. ,Sold by J. Z. Rob- from Minnesota. We could mention lightful dreams of her girlhood she support is' highly satisfactory.

'erson.-, li ___ ** Gilbert H. A. Hess Hyatt Partin many more, that, from correspen- proudly wears the wedding ring, but COULD NOT ACCEPTTHE
7 .- Robert Smithy, James Rouse*. I*. R- 'dence received are arranging their, what shall be said of her who flaunts LUNCHEON, .I INVITATION
One good way to reduce highway Tyson Katherine Butler, Amylea affairs and getting ready. to locate before the world that insignia with
accidents would be to abolish ditches Campbell, Roseberta Denning La here one that tells of anger, incompatibility Because of the short notice, and be w
+., .A lot of-people who don't advertiser Trelle Grantham, Emma Sue 1dil1ard1 1 Keep ''up the 'good work Thorn. or lust that has broken up her cause there was an especial lot of
t', think -business>.Is Kathryn Smiths LottiePartin, Haze{ 'Your officials will soon"see things in home in a .way more terrible than business to be .transacted' by that
': :;" .1(.r:;"','-:'" 'dead."r Hall, William Campbell Thomas' the> progressive light, and boost Flor- death Blessings on the engagement body, the county commissioners were If

,.y,i7' ;j:1 Rlghtmire Louis Lootin ida and your section. Of course we ring; blessings on the wedding ring; :forced to decline the pressing invi
rr'. ratdLFancy; Prices McCullough, Billie Stratton Lessie.have to .expect some boosting will but hide away forever in shame that 'tation for lunch from Mr. and Mm. MONDAY FEBRUARY 13

.."" "< ,\,-. "., '' '- Johnson Eleanor Rosendahi,, Betty fall. on barren ground as there are badge of human frailty, the broken C. P. Newlon, of Shingle Creole/ last WILLIAM DUNCAN ..
International authority Newby, Verna Durrance, Mary L. some people who are so blind theywon't bow. of the divorce ring. I Monday noon. Special preparation ,
ti "i paid i an ,Jones Gladys Pope Dorothy C. Kick. see but the seed that lands'on .had been made 'by try host and hostess '-i- '
;; er"diseases of the' stomach cents', $worth lr>C'0 lighter, Winifred Brooks Fleda Mi- fertile soil will bring forth resultq a ALL FOR ONE: ONE FOR ALL for the event-and there 'was a "STEEL: HEART"THE
and he didn't five.
thousand fold and you will be're i general desire to partake of the ten.
of< good I have been to various lar.Second To break a cold, take 999. dered but conditions
Grade-Cecil Alvey, Martin warded for our.efforts in seeing the I. hospitality; were BEST PICTURE WILLIAM '"
K Europe,. as well as this country Chitwood Paul Glore Elizabeth results' i and hare pent _fully $30,000fruitlessly oreolIeten Hansell Marie Jones Dey- '' It is easy to get rid of the miseryof instructed to acknownledge the re- DUNCAN AND EDITH JOHNSON
; In search of a cure for my Virginia\ Hannah Loyd, Smith, Edna I I your head is dizzy on stoopingor heartburn or indigestion. Herbine ceipt of the invitation and to explain EVER MADE .
stomach trouble. Naturally I lost and everythingturns goes right to the spot. It drives 'out 1
Elizabeth Cotterman, Jessie ,. rising suddenly that it was impossible at the timeto
faith in any remedy for my case. My Barclay ? black before the eyes, you havea the badly digested food and make accept. ',
wife's brother had taken M.yr's May Griffin, Willie May Harrel. Le-' torpid liver. Take Herbine. It is you feel flne. Price, 60c. Sold by J. -

Wonderful Remedy and praised it si one Lee Lamb, Rene Dorothy Ledbetter Myers; Morris j]powerful liver regulator. Price, 60c. Z. Roberson. ... ALL FOR ONE: ONE FOR ALL ALL FOR ONE,: ONE FOR ALLJ
t tried it. and now .. .
highly that I am Third Grade Elizabeth Bass, Vera Sold by J. Z, Roberson. '
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rid of that 'trouble." It Is a
t entirely simple harmless prepartion that Tucker,' Mae Lang, Susie ,Mae Stall- BREVARD IS FORTUNATETo Ottttooioo.i.o.o. tO..O..OO O.OOOOO.LO.OO .'.O."OO'.O..O.O......

< the eatarrhalmucus from ings Mary Barclay Mary Frances I .ir 4

f : .removes'the intestinal tract and allays the in Smith, Sadie Alvey Irene Smith, match the $300,000 voted by the
x' Leslie Joiner Ruth Yates, Emma county the state road department act
: :which causes practicallyall.
.,, , stomach; liver and intestinal all Woodall.- Matthew Davis. Robert Bur. I aside $$ 0,000' and the $650'.0'00'will' ' ] be
t -meats including' appendicitis One roughs, James Byrd,.Jack-Tyree, Bill used to' improve the Dixie Highwaythe
; ,;; ? Tindall Billie Partin Billie Bell,Jim SPECIAL INVITATION
dose will convince or money refunded 'tth.m entire length of the. county' the
:, ;: ,J. Z. Roberson. and ,druggists Campbell Allen Davis, Charles Gran-''department doing the work. When ,
'everywhere.CASINO. Cedl'Gre.ham J. J. Griffin, the type of road to be constructed is
.., Howard' Iligdon, India Lesley' Frances -!'agreed upon by the county commissioners -
May. i I and the department, bids for
Fourth Grade-Lloyd Bass Ray-1 I!'material and construction work will

mond Dayson Robert Mach, Wi\li.m'\ be advertised.for. Eighteen miles of to .
Lang William Prather Driggers the Dixie Highway in Brevard county -

Raymond Myers, Harry Bert Dale are now rocked and asphalted 16

WEDNESDAY Alta Ruth Overstreet Iris Partin feet wide; 64 miles are shelled. With Osceola and Kissimmee Folks '
Marie McFarland Hazel Miller Edna'the $650 000, the state road depart : .
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Overstreet Lola Peaks, Alice Bass; ment will rock and asphalt 16 feet
''" 'IN ADDITION Doris Keene, Margaret' Partin Doris wide the Dixie Highway the entire

ar Ban Murray Tyson Ernest Alman, length of the county 72 miles.-Ti- '
Nolan Bratton Oliver Cason.' Matilda tusville Advocate. COME TO THE FINEST j
c: tit:' FALL' OF ':BABYLON:1 B :" DeUt 1I.le.Duke, Mabel Fansler '

,,,'" .. :. -' '. Carolyn Griffin, Josh Jeffords, Tex.] 664 cares Bilious Fever.
as Lanier Lupfer Joy FAIR IN

J..: Makinson. Bertha Miller Hermone ,WOMAN'S POPULARITY FLORIDA'd1

,. Miller, Louisa Muller, Hazel Myers 'IS RAPIDLY INCREASING
John Phay Earl Reminp:ton: ; Russell I :
Swain,. Lon Tyson Marvin Watson The world'] If ten' years'agothe SUB-TROPICAL MIDWINTEREXPOSITION t
; szR Cecil Yates Myrtle Van Duzer prediction had been made that .
Doten. Ver.1 I Americans would wed the 'women of

'Fifth Grade-LeVerte Bass,. Henry their enemies, that a woman sheriff .
R Bratton Della Fleming Erma Denny,1'..would conduct a hanging, that women :
t Elizabeth Steffee. Would seek diplomatic posts and do J:

? Sixth-Grade. .-Evelyn Paulk, Mur- jury duty in criminal courts,. who

rell Davis, Ellen Clemon BonnieTSlMmonsriluUi"Stlraab7"VirglnIa would have believed? Yet more -' ; --..-.---- Y-- . .-.- ' .----- .
K ; rS gvler than"a" thousand doughboys haveTmarT \T'-ORANDO' >>

r its t Cassie Partin Ethel Joy ner,Josephine .;, ried girls born in sight'of the Rhine '
,.r. r Griffin, Tyrrell, Owen, Stanley' the General Federation of Women' '
,.b, W Chapman Donald Walker Woodftn' Clubs advocates consular underscore FEBRUARY: 14 J* '
to \
.' Burroughs, Mary SUffee: taryships for women and Mrs.Gunda 1 922FOUR 0

: Seventh Grade Edgar Beeland Martlndale sheriff, says she will not ,

( .t(? Ifulen Snyder, George Lee Singetary.! mach when she springs the trap'.un- t
Katie :Tison. Elsie'. Sullivan. HazerOverltreet ,:der a'-murderer' condemned to be .BIG,COUNTY EXHIBITS AND MANY'FROM..TWO ADDITIONAL COUNTIES OSCEOLA I :

; Edwin: "Barnes, Franca hanged,rat Waukou. Iowa,-in March. INCLUDED.: GREATEST .
Al'buckleJ women' formed DEPARTMENTS :
tr Bailey. ? !Women try I Ian '
Eighth Grade-Ethel ,Owen', David ""army! and made coal'miners in i ,ORANGES j l' FINE ARTS

"Bmnson.i! .' ' ; Kansas.very, '. unhappy;.what'.neat. T',;' .VEGETABLES; ,DOMESTIC. _
a '999 ram chlfs'a.dFmr.' ', '. .Intestinal,,worms destroy the healthof ,- 'FARM PRODUCTS; w SEWING *. i\ '

;' children.,and-weaken their 'vitality '
\ Chicken' mites; '.wckln '- 'parasites The>worms should be expelled before P" POULTRY" .SHEEP HOGS HORSES .'ii .CATTLE''

may be .killed' by a liberal >;UM<. of.serious damage ls> done. White's . :MANUFACTURED GOODS .i

flowers of sulphur on the fowls and Cream. Vermifuge I.' a thoroughly , .
about their houses ,Mites suck,blood) ,successful remedy Price 86e.r gold 'iN STATE..SEVtTT-FryE .
'S .* ,. JOHNNY ,
blood Is needed by the hen to make by J. Z Roberson.Fiftyaix'a.nators. '. . .., I ...
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4, "board 'was,:doing: T.a busiaes .that was self-supportinf.- SCTEftAL ,MHEFS'ABOUT> TAMPA ROTARIANS PROVED '. Ic day.. JM''b.. 'many1,"friends.'.iew' "'
W GAZETTE BLUE RIBBON TYPE HOSTS I...;glad to weleomtr'1aba to:the cat .._
VALLEY All readers have'noticed some of these''maay advertuements. 'COUNCIL: PROCEEDINGS any time",, and assure him plentsef
and many have deplored the "knock: '' by Duen.-' FROM TUESDAY EVENING The editors: i-;;; :alti:_ portions % fish' 'and corn-bread always.,-- k.eecbobes .f

do against the many noted place i io this .country .which. the state, who were ententalrted .>tri } News 1 . 1 ;
PUBLISHED KVBRT FRIDAY Councilman Rosen'' not present ..
c for the peripatetic have patronized.Congressman ">> was Tampa on Wednesday) evening
,.T,, THJB KIB8IM>fBB! .VALLEY -OAZBTTB COMPANY year ; Rotarians and cannot say KISS1MMEE BASKETBALL4TEAM '. y:
KIIlBIMMEE.,1r'LOEIDA W J. Sear. of Florida, i is authorityfor It ,,. ordered that the city physician oftthe ententaln- ,
%2 ,. ,- the assertion that the board contemplates, spending should make full reports to the! mint sufficient and the in. praise countless courtesies extended LOST TO ORLANDO

- Wi B. HABRia Preal*.mtK $900,000 in advertising,the attractions of foreign countries conacll'at' each regular meet.lng.I them upon that wonderful oc- school's'
1 !:. O. V'N8'AONJIIW. BocreUtry Orlando high quintet
i W L. THOKKDYKJG. Editor in order to divert travel from "seeeing. America I Councilman 'Thompson; ; announcedthat casion. There will ever be a kindly Kissimmefl's bAsket flye Friday .
? first" and have them spend their money elsewhere; He the contract had been awarded: feeling. in heart of the newspaperfraternity evening on the armory court -In 4''
I 0 SUMIICRIPTIOM RATKBOn for the markers to be used J at Rose- towards that magnificent Orlando 34. to ft. The victory
3 Copy., fins T..r ..: *_.._.......______.. _.___-,.,.OO then addss hill cemetery.: city--and the excellent publications n.tur.'ot a comeback OrlaD.'was lathe j .
a '.. Months. ...,..........___.......,.... ._ not only the as < >
tr"e ( "Y. Mix: : --- 1.G0 which, are '
One. Copy, Throve Mouth. ...._.__.._____..._._.___.... This same shipping board i is pending vast amounts The vault which has been 1n the old citizen there but residents in all portions was defeated 8 td'7 at. Klssimniee! ear.'. i
Her in the-season..
;y;'" (14nl..d..t the po.torl1ee at ictulmmee. Jl'1.rI4., of money ')n eastern publication in advertising Waters A: Carson grocery has beenpurchased of the state.. "; ,i

M{ ,r' .. .. sea.'ond.ciau .matter.)' the beauties .and]attraction* of.South America. 'brickwork for for the a small same,sum is being and rap the DONATIONS REPORTED IN LOVING. REMEMBRANCE >
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4'-. All oommuiH...iifor .cpt from authorized _rrupon"' I'' China, and other foreign ,countries and advising idly erected, TO NEAR EAST RELIEF of'1t
I .ntu mu be lanml by the wrlt" their 'readers to abandon their old ''h.unll-once On July I i :,1915, the sweet spirit i
m ; 1 \ n.ede.d mattrf will *>. returned If culled tar.t The highway'within the city leading Mrs. G.: W. Best acknowledges ''tho ,our little.l\Ia,' Lucy come tp. bless &;
,',' called the "playground of the weilthy'4-that; i i. to Milliard's ,.bland:JW." reported receipt of tho' following donations! 'n r''!'the'homeof'' ;. Mr," and Mrs. ,Walter/ X,
Fe-la. A4w tI.lnr Rry" r._ ._ i to say Florida and California and spend 'their jai being In execrable 'condition and the Near East relief: 'I Jones 'On February 2.!.1922;; God, in'His MS. '
.' THE AMERICANPRES9ASSOCIATION winters and their abroad. i somewhat dangerous. The-matter ofputtinlt' se.15.00 Infinite wisdom called her:: home.
Cadman. Narcoo
.,/ money It In better condition >wal.delegated Mrs. Jane ____ .. During her, illness "h ., bore; her sof.' 't
In the Saturday Evening Post a full pate advertisement Mrs.". II. W. ,.--- ,2.00 I :
: '. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10, 1922SPOILS te the -.etreet committee. f.rinewith great bravery; Skilled
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$8.000 full page inthe. Fair prize -money -- -- -, "
appeared costing j a phy icians-iMMovd -did-alr- '-
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World' Work three' full i in the. Ceo- I It was announced that the contract Fair prize money. ': ; their'power to restore her to health*
CRABBED BY THE VICTORS ; .page for the remodeling of the house .to be Mothers-Teachers Club _______ 5.00 but of no avail; God called; her hom, '
t grapic Magazine and more or less' space in, other had been __ ... '
|used by the municipality Tourist Club __ __ __- ----- 5.00 There la a vacantchair: which can I
SEVERAL times The Gazette has' deplored the publication. jawarded" to the Bass Construction Reed's Bakery collections! ?___. .85 never be filled.' Her little life was .
M'a this nation becoming noted for the vast The money so spent is coming out of the federal I[Company, and there is every belief Mrs. Claude Harper ------.s 1.00 short 'but so sweet. Sh' will '''be
fact that was I that the next regular'meeting of the _____.. 6.00 missed In school. : teacher And
ti-_ ? army .of grafter being .supported by the common people. treasury and i is put there by our own people and if council will be held in that building.W Mrs.Woman's Thomn Club Hornesby__, ___ _______. 5.00 schoolmates a.e' wef!.' as kindredjf t
+r The assertion have never been contra
K other hand; the editorial have been widely quoted and advertise the attractions of our own land council< and asked that 'the assess LoVosee :_'h _________.__ IMM so let 'us Jive\ "that when the :,
commented And then. too', the bulk of this advertising J! of the ___ summons come to us'w can 'close i our /
affirmatively upon. spentin ment upon a lot at the rear Lokofee Sunday school' .. ___ 2.50j -
been made the Griffin : j eyes .and fall asleeojn: tha arm B ,#,'
The shipping board has recently that section where the republican party.'expectslo blacksmith Shop of J. C. Jesus she did. It bea.1? ,

subject of much unfavorable publicity because of the gather its wherewithal to conduct its 'next presidential . I I should$1800 be to lowered$850. from'the The lot valuation contains Total n.--u ._. _______814! : ven and just earth as seem'closer' makes to know "
tendency to spend vast sum of money very carelesslyand campaign. lof, and -- -- -- that one' has=;:croB eas?=Wr r=.ndJr="t
three houses
occupied negroes RECEIVED HANDSOME ""-
of late that -body has expended huge sums ID essaying i beckoning u* to come. "
A No
? ,; is owned by Steed Lupfer. action -
( advocacy Evidently this institution of graft believesjn the I Dear parent,. w. may not Und :
16' belittle all America through its wild-eyed was taken.J. W.: S: "Graham upon retiring from r.
of other countries. Under the cloak of loyalty biblical adage: "To him that hath shall be given. I his position of Chancellor Commander -stand why our little> flower susTaken !
actions have been out I There is another which it should the more'strong. H. Roberts, taxi-driver: asked a post he has most efficiently filled from us.-. We know the Lord'
institutions its put verse
to American that a license shall be paid by drivers the members of knows best: that.. is why she has gone
with an apparent malevolence whose putridity "..meUsto ly consider: "The wise man seeth the evil l arid hideth i ef auto-stages passing through the Friendship, was presented Lodge, by Knights: of Pyth- to be with the angels. .-Dear parents,

he.ven"-or somewhere. himself; but the foolish pass on and are punished. pas-angers, 'ias with a beautiful (fold Watch charm i look and live for heaven, for you hays,.
Recent issues of the Congressional Record which I or to r passengers. as bearing the ensignia of the_order. i a greater tie there now waiting the' .
of late. such acts place local chauffeurs at a The most appreciated sur. 'coming of papa, mammas sister and":
reading gift was a
publication has become very interesting FIRST REPUBLICAN DAILY IN FLORIDA 'financial disadvantage. He was told brother. y ; ... "
s have set forth interesting details regarding the shipping '.to report to the officers the first time prise. J I The remains were l intered at!,1tose. '

board which intensifies the brand of stupidity-if not of PROMISING a monster initial number the new such an action took place. JOE'S A "CORNFED" !hill cemetery Frldl) '.ttone o'clock, "

ors'' "+ blundering assininity-and -proves that the berths chief end for of a".I daily paper, the Post to be issued at Winter Park will 'I I. Mrs. G. W. Best Mrs J. Z. Rober- doe Johnston, of Ki8Himmeev was'Rev.Funeral J. G.Mrvices Waggoner.were'' bonducted, 'by

the shipping board' Is fo provide easy : make its salutation to the people of Florida next Wed. son, and Mrs. Alexander -'Akermann in Okeechubee a few hours last Sun-1 j Mrs, H. II. Dri.rgers.

bunch of incompetents and grafters. While there has nesday. For the first time in the history of the state there ,were before the council to 'ask for ; ., '.
his nation of about four Instances-rhlef ---- ------ --- -- -- ---------- - - -- --- - -----,--
in '
actual aid several --
loss to
been for years an ( is be an avowed paper. among '
daily republican i
.., million dollars each month there has been no strong i which was that the council would pay .... .. .
There have been in weeklies with
past years
because .for three months rent on the buildingnow
remonstrance against its efforts for accomplishments fact West Palm ''Beach
( fort proclivities has used asa lunchroom for the
it was understood there was an appalling need such a publication the Sun at the present time. At :children of the schools. The county
r "rush-work; but as soon as the "shooting was over"the I, Saint Cloud there is another weekly with the same tendencies 'commissioners had paid three month's SATURDAY ONLYHWhitman's
I people looked for marked economy-or. in fact an I rent-and it was believed that'the
and there few others in
are a widely: divergent
city should pay sixty dollars for another
: abolishment of the board.
; I locations in Florida; some of them being.conducted under three months. This was agreedto
t', r Two appropriations having been asked for by the a pseudonymous title; but now there i i. to be a genuinely - and. a warrant was ordered
.. board-the two aggregating $230OOO.OOO-.ome remonstrating republican publication issued daily and with drawl J.
4 congressmen have commenced to say and It I IXt I. :
stock-holders in practically in the slate. I I'
every county The matter of suit brought by
do There ha. been mincing of words in the .t
t things. no
I Many strong democratic papers have in the past one McGowan. who was employed by Candy Free
matter either as matters were fast-reaching a sorry con- declared that the state would be better off. so far as the local telephone, and who was severely 1

i i''; : s dition. Congressman Paul H. Johnson of Mississippi I It patronage was concerned if there were two parties in inured, it' is alleeed; "by his at- ---=-- 1
+' ::. "_ was among those who deplored the failure of congress action-two real parties. There havebeen nondescripts torney Johnson,while in the discharge ,'J
'' to dismiss the board and in discussing the requestedr' of his duties came before the With One > '';]
; toiling under the cognomen of "independent 'and other council. The sum sought in repara- Every Dollar Cash PurchaseOn > *
}huge appropriation he said: misleading' titles at various times in Florida: but their tion is $15,000. Members of the coun
aj r". l ,: : "Let us see what is going to be done with this name were meaningless and,iheir aims but idle dreams. cil states that they had been unableto Saturday We Will CiTe One Box ofWHITMAN'S _.'"

M money. There are 18 lawyers already employed. New l-c-f ie i *t be what i.i promised to be.a. "real paper" confer with Mr. Johnston as to 'I
? ,A I large number of them were employed this last I how the matter could be compromised CANDY FREE f ,
y I to uphold and advance the tenets and principles of
j and it is now apparent that Cary
_1 t "i.a' .'Y ",f.ll..t fabulous salaries. The bill proposes to per- which at the present time i is nationally dominantThe D. Landis, of DeLand will assist the

; 'f R ,;:s' .limit this board to employ seven additional attorneys warty I I new venture i is receiving the best wishes of the city in defending the case. His min- J JI

; +. at salaries of $11.000 each ye.r. It proposes to create fraternity throughout the .state. --and .itshould; if proper- imum fee will be $500. Remember This It For Saturday OnlyCentral

,, ,anew, commission' consisting of seven members 'I i Iv conducted--and there is 'every reason to believe itr'l t-THOUSANDS-REVEL AT'BACCHANALIAN 1- -- I #
t-rr- o..laries.-ahali be$12.000 eaclryear.-witlr-a : .-' be; be a success from the, very start. i i FEAST
t : ,"secretary whose salary shall be $5.000. This commission Store

'-, ." is'to sit in judgment on claim propounded WHATS THE LICENSE IN KISSIMMEE .j! "The Fall of Babylon.; David. Drug .

a .' : against'the' United States. i Wark Griffith's, magnificent spectacle
about the wherein more than J 2,000 menand DAY 41 PHONES NIGHT r rrr
Now let"us something lawyer
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ONE Georgia city has solved the high price of women appear, has been secured .
_. ployed. J-Vr.instance, a man by Gend- '' :!
', > as' the -specialfeatured attraction at
as' '; aa'? ron whose salary, was.$1.000 a year has been by shoe-shines; Waycros 'cityyeouncirj,has' made'th IP: the Casino next Wednesday. t oe .o.o oo, UH"OotOOO OO tOO oooo.uoo .o uiuooooo .
I ur, A | A this board increased; to $6.000 per year'. Henry P.. cense fee for shoe-shining'rooms sixty dollarsper 'year---i f Mr.'Griffith's "The Birth of'a' Na

_7 -/t.i!/r.:''';,, ;+: '". Anewaitwhose salary has been raised from,$1.500 but those room and individuals who charge but "nickel:, tion" and "Hearts of the World", oo..o oo.uo- ..o.o..oo 'f
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: y't'! for shining the-.license fee for: the-'ye.r i is pla ed:'-..t have established this dramatic genius 'oou
: 'i $to $4,800; Benjamin y, Martin whose salary ha been .. \ :, as America's foremost producerof '" " ." --- -::

:$raised from $1,500 I to $4,200! Allen McLain, five dollar.. It may be reckoned: ai a";surety that'therewill unusual entertainment and it is : ,>'. ,. : : l'
_ .I> whose'salary: ::was"increased, from '1.200 to 4.800;,' be very few shoes shined at profiteering price of.therefore not surprising to learn thatin .

rr". ",\ James R. Frase.. an ,attorney was 'employed at $7-: i dime.: 'It might'be well for. Kissimmee to follow 'the one scene in "The Fall of Babylon"Mr. Poll Notice F
Griffith shows four "thousand Tax
500 '' he-was.J let and hired at $10.000.M.nrothers 1
,; ; ,.out, over :ample of the Georgia city. Irevelen at a bacchanalian feast. Among -
: that I have not time to mention have the prominent players are Con

t'l 's'" 'been increased: proportionately. ,Mr. Small is paid WHY NOT USE COMMONSENSE? stance Talmadge Geferge Fawoett,

. $35.000 'a year.* Mr. Frey had his'salary raised from Mildred Harris Tully Marshall. Paul 1j'
ine Stark, Seena Owen Alma Rubens
; J : d.$8,500.10. .$10,000.. NEARLY every say news dispatches' from all I Kate others whose nemesiare Lin- NOTICE is hereby (r given
\ actsops" of -lions of the contain notices of serious accidents coln and familiar
i 1' '; It is, such a* these which cause a spirit country -
'M disgust.' 'the entire nation-all except 'among and fatalities occasioned by careless drivers of to all motion picture patrons.. that in order to qualify for ;

'thoe.whotare'pMticipatng! in the huge graft. Not c'on- ,'automobiles... Give some men a good car. plenty of NEW EAST LAKE ROAD

,,tent with'paying enormous salaries to very mediocre person'the I gasoline and oil. and a destination and they are to full SOON. TO BE COMPLETENew the City Election to [be held t;
'. board has contracted to spend; and has spent- lof determination to knock some locomotive off the right- I _
?' vast amounts for'publicity in high-priced magazines for of-way that the wheels in their heads fail to mesh. And work of wire-fencing the right- *

.the ,sake 'of advocating trips upon vessels 'managed by when a foolish driver gets spattered over by.' train Its I of-way now known over some as the.portions East Lake of. what road in March, poll taxes must'be: : : '-1

'i .the 'board ,to' 'various" points on the globe in order that lite rushes into court to secure damages from a source I[will be commenced next week and

?? there might be made showing to .congress that the- that in nine ten .is guiltless. ,will be hurried to an early completion.: paid on or before Saturday,
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"" 4V1" WHAT' IS TOUR',STANDING :'''WARING MUST PAY FINE by 'to Smith the Brothers satisfaction has.of been the completed count- February 18. This applies to' "

C" :REGARDING THE TRUTH? AND SERVE JAIL TERM Home Demonstration Column commissioners; and has been formally '
,,, : SAYS CIRCUIT COURT accepted and settled for; and the all voters both"male and female '
Ibnslnese :
tell the :
Can' any i man completion of the proposition will\ be
'i -r '' truth for twenty-four hours and continue According to a decision handed announced .. soon as the fencing is I '
his business and household relations 'down by Judge Andrews on Tuesday MISS ALBINA SMITH in place. between the ages'of: ( 21 ,
M without loss Not part of the 'January 24, and just made public the I
y. truth or-an evasive truth; but the sentence of R. D. Waring, of Orlando BABYLON and 55
whole and unbiased truth? If any in and _
; to:-.serve six months jail
: i, .J .,Iraslness"man in Klasimmee cart and : pay a fins of $400, has been confirmed Grapefruit and Orange MarssaJade (Early civilization) years.C. w
,' win. do ',It or any professional man, I by the circuit court, says the Orlando For nearly two thousand years L. BANDY '
4'' ..itherths history of his experience Reporter Star. Take one grapefruit one grange Babylon was the centre of the world's: .
rwould'prove Most interesting and ( Waring was convicted' in criminal and one lemon: cut each fruit in ,.cid zation.' Her script; and her
: ', '_ The Gazette:would'givEs royalty forth 'I for the shooting of J. F. Ange, quarters and slice quarters very thin language were known in Egypt and I : Tax ;
t rights of publication. 'Ion, Thursday March 24, 1921. The through pulp and rind discarding all t Von the shores of Mediterranean -
Before attempting so foolish\ an action I leant, was appealed to the circuit court. the seeds. Weigh the prepared fruit land were the universal medium ofleommunie.Uon Collector.'e
ti: /- It well to see the experience 1 The mandate, issued by Judge Andrews and to each pound add three pints of [ 'between educatedmen. i -
: of one.wh essayed upon a is dated January 24, and re. cold water. Bet aside,, for< 24 < hour. She was the bank and empor-
_ _ .,J k et.'iOf ten thousand dollars-or itmight' ,cites that within thirty days after Next .day let the fruit boil gently /Hum of the east; the age of t' 0 oo..tOOUOOUOO..u OOt *
have been one hundred thou-,,, its issuance it shallbe filed in the until rindl. perfectly tender;' : While her splendor, with her daughter
and dollars-to .pull off that act.(\]criminal court and that the judgment hot weigh i the material and. to each ;'states about her: dominated the
t ''u That: experience will be depicted at.. hall then become effective. ,- pound sad one pound of sugar and net!!thoughts of mankind. What Rome: ...t..o..o..o.oo.o.o ..... .ooo.. .. o.ooO.Ot. O y
,; *She hisjrn. school auditorium on theinreningofFriday i I According to 'the testimony'at the. aside for 24. hours. i 4 i-; has been and London"Is. that Babylonwaa"the
,1-1, February 17, trial, the shooting was the result of Cook, (stirring to keep fronu!burn.i glory of }kingdoms, the
-:J"c' ,when will be staged "Nothing But a dispute over *. business transaction i ling until 4t Jellies. Store in 'sterile beauty 'of the Chaldeas' excellency.'; [
., ova 'found dif ur ae--n.lIiy d lvlngpnp'ertyneari..lmniee i ."'t jized'glasses JikeHellyr 'Seal-witrr-par-. (Isai )H-18-l&r -Her-ralns are still .IN.S.U.RAHN.DJ.4
1 to be cult task for occurred In the W.rlnC.lIom c to laffine. The material should 'be a ; : -
,;, to ;tM ',one day. The hero Insults a which it;, 4s alleged Mr.I A1rR1' had light amber color. joj., : J
,, ,, l70UDJr.woman.admitsto"hl.: sweet. "I been decoyed by a man named Ray A. Grap.rruit--m.I1II.Jade' 'spir-itual !
,1, ;bean "that; he. has actually hugged {Gates then an employe. of a bank Use-one lemon to each two grapefruit : :
it 'd, .and kissed other girls tells the truth 'fat Orlando. and prep.,.' as. grapefruit and ). SERVICE
; to a motor copwhichJohn Bronson I I Mr.Ange was not seriously wounded orange marmalade. '>: may' well have influenced the Mosaic "
,, ':teays "can't be dld"-nellrl bre.ka'up but he still carries the bullet in Orange Marmalade ,' code; the angeolo) "of later Jewish THAT SATISFIESLUPFERS' ..' );
't a .' by telling a wife about "her+his. Sody.laraBJ. . Use -one lemons'to eacbfUhreeoranges , scriptures was, Babylonian'-In! origin;i :.-%
\' ;:husband'and' 'a ,horuo girl t';tells of < and p aj .. the stories of creation-the fall andthe ,
$ shady' transactions by a real reputaboslness Breugnt T. Klssjsasne 'deluge,' are Babylonian ancestry. '
:;. ., t k Je min. and did a tot of un.I 1 - '' .'For more thin i year Sidney"1 An... Little wonder If. 'when the end cams,,: | INSURANCEAGENCY. .
;;f .......1 things:: Did he ">' in the-wagerT' ""Mt. and Mrs;; Max '..Croxton have Bell has' been 4rylng'to make the' and she fell, ft. cry went through the, -- .. .' .: .' ': ,
.- ?' .:"boat the only'way to learn how.' the.M-ought.. home from an'-Orlando'*'bos* threetlm.Le.der nay out earth that had once feared her power,,, ... ....... ...... .............. ... ......... ... ...... .., ... .. .-
,., subdued. pltal Mrs. J. A. Dana, mother Mrs.Croxfo.ho the -- - -
; tNabl was finally I* to get mortgage at Tarpon Springs. :) $ her VIM. her universal empire-
ii, sea ......'pert'onnanee"and'. 'a.eGriffin : is now slowly recovering has' been .an" excellent pubUcattonLpur "Babylon'fallen; U fallen-) (Isaiah ... _ , ' .- .
':;.-? if JftdW as .-,BobDenDett.1. from. an operratio several..weeksago. the bostaesss. men would not give Xlrfl.J .. ...... .. .... . .. .............. ....n... .... .... ...
... 'ell MarlraM..Bruuott. a. "Gwen.KalwItIa".enctfd .', The many friends of Mrs. Dannwilllearn It-the-deserved support. The,mortgage "
.; ......, '\ :sn give with pleasure of tae excellent held, by 'the Exchange Twentyseven 'retired. Methodist / ; ;EISELSTEIN BROTHERS :
.', . $5r .ep .r' presentation.' here will "pnttpeets of',"tier ultimate ,recovery bank. baa. now been,f foreclosed. ;Angell ministers 'are rover : ninety:years oi: : r
W away *IMMB In It.' An advertise'giesrit ,-. -_ -_ has :j lost' what he put'::Into the t>ro-; age: The grand patriarch ",is ,Rev, I 'FUNERAL:DIRECTORS, :
.;this. laeae;teHs' ,more, abort! position and .the pubHcatio*:will be Seth : ; 'Taking ,his 'I neDth ,wife.:'recently eontinn Orders Prom Attsaded Tti. 'Jo ,
$k -fi .:. ti'', ,;: .-.w ? dby J.tHTHenaig: ; .receiver, was born Jane 2. 1823. Rev. Edward
,an..Iowa maahasn; married;.all. who,has".been,.with. \, the,'BrvokvUl.. B..Batof-Maid: -Massachusetts,,: MOToR;EQUIPMENT, a. PHONE w. :;.. ;irf CLOUD'FLA: ; :. :

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:!...... .... ..o4 av : I County' Commissioner'and.Mrs" ,1. IMPROVEMENTS' IN' FULL OF ,PEP-BABY' CHICKS'
(;. ,. H. Wetherbee, of HillUrd's Island, CHURCH BUILDING .
.&' / ITEMS OF A WEEK! WEATHER, REPORT : !recently spent a few,' days at Mel. Leave order for all trnd.. .'of'
/ It bourne making the -trip by auto Extensive Improvements in :the interior bahjy chick, Wterld-rtenoimed, Jmi,
.. Official Bulletin of' daily .tern- where they 'were guests ef. Mr. andMre. finishingof Christ's church penal Ringlet Barred Plymouth '
If suffering 'from rheumatism try perature and precipitation.fur. W. S. Rode. Mrs Wtetherbee Brack street, are being completed by Rock at 854 and 25c., tingle 'and ;;
Neid' Bath. 0-tJfc *.nlshed by the Kissimmce Cooperative -' and Mrs. Rodeo were girlhood friends RobertRiedel Company- this week. Roa comb t,,White Leghorn and Rhcxr- '
The --Woman' "auxiliary: of the U.. S. Weather"'* only a short time ftlnce. The visit Carpenters and. painter are' busily Inland Reds aU"26c each. Cutom, ,
.' Presbyterian church held an important O Station, for the week nding--* was very enJoyable and 'the roads engaged.This Important work has hatching' (c pet egg. Order early
session' yesterday afternoon, 0 Thursday: ; February 9, 1922 were found' in better condition than been unavoidably delayed for sometime Leave order at the People's- Sc .and'
Quick' Service Laundry. All work ':'''-, had been expected. ; and it'' I.i gratifying' to all concerned lOe Store.

done on'.the.vj mlle.., phone 199; Friday, 3._.,*_- '88 fJ" .* Mrs. Susan Yates. who has been< at to note 'that all necessary im- '
.tr 5-tx .Saturday: '......:.,1 83 ,454 the home of Mrs. Susan Geer,: was provement 4s given' the very beat conideration. ,The howls 'with which many peOple 4
)5. Mitchell. ,'' ', :..Sunday/.,-....;.. 8466 ordered taken to the ,,county It I* expected 'alao that receive increase in the tax rate. ,-
, Mr.-.nd Mrs. J; W. Tyree, of Jtos- ,. Monday: ,. _......,'83 67Tue ', 0 be cared'.for-rather than cared for the coming Sunday 'will 'be.. a special are only equalled by1' the load shout .
well, New Mexico,' arrived in Klssim. ,.- .d.y.- 7.--._'14.- 3Wednesday. _*. .elsewhere. '-This.....action: w.a.token day, both .the and evening with which they vote--for' 'costly pub.11d -
r' n-Tnesday-f6r--a--prqtracted"vlBtt ,. 8._.. 58 82 by the commissioners on Monday_ services. ? :. '1 1pt nUTReduction ,
to their son, L. B.:Tyree,.:who,residesat 5 ,
Thursday _____': 71 38 and David Bass'' was instructed to
..,1.... 121 Emmett street find O' Readings are made 'at. 6:00 p...* make. ,thing ready for her Mrs. '
Follow'the {! Independent will m. for,the preceding twenty-four-: Yates,. an aged woman'wa. pleasedat I 14 "'"
yourself at the. 'Grocery 0 hours.'. the change.'' '

Company.G. ALLISON,T. 'FRENCH.i 0 Mrs. B. E. Tefft, 'of Muscogee, Sale
"+ F. ,Van Durer of VandaHa, Mls- -0 Co-operative Observer.if .'* Oklahoma, and Mrs." H., W. Martin, :
1,' sours arrived in Krlkaimmee hall'eve.. ., of Kansas City, arrived in Kissimmeeon

,... ning for. a his mother,s Mrs. ... .0.b... ........., Saturday and are guests', the 1 ., "") - .
Frank J.. Van Duter, of 205 Beaumont -
home of Mr' and Mrs. Alfonso L. .
ypj aveitue. south, and is greeting acme suffering from! sort of' sk5: Winch 422 AderHoVd street.. They Wishing to' rtdace.onr; *tocl'ef Electric AppfiMces: Luap. .sd otket-- .
any ; '
of hi. many niendl'here. diseases try Neld's II.4Otfc. will make Jan extended visit, although' ',feeds 'w.,are, .offering these. items. if or a shod ti.ouiyat.;: f ; ,
1V4 'cents yard for good grade percale the primary Journey here was' to at. ; a'
I Fred MeLaughlin has found a 1922 UNHEARD-Ot ,, ,
12 colors; to choose from L/le V., tend of their two PRICES '
. .Story. & Co., ., license tag, and has brought it' to The lIi.ter.1! Miss Isabella Mary Winch .

r v It Is nearly time for the candidates claim Gazette It upon office"that payment the for owner this notice.may I I and which Miss wilt Bertha next Angelina Winch, ,Her ". Are. ), ;:A, |:Pew Sa.pluz'
for county representative to com occur Wednesday /
w :BOUCLASRDANKS r I mence'gumshoeing.'. Close in building lots cheap Comp andeasy The moonlight' steamer excursion $. 6.00 'De.kUmPir; -.'---.-..-.-.--$ MS k

--.. -. .... ... [ "I I yourself Follow at the the crowd Independent and yon will Grocery find y. terms' /Nelson Realty .*-.' which pakaliga was for advertised: Tuesday on..evening Lake Toho-. ;was- ? $ .8.00< )!Table .&udoiil. mp .._. .-_--.$ '4.95 --- -

Company. .. Leo II. Wilson, county farm agent, postponed until next ..Monday evening $. 6.75 Boudoir .Lanpi_.-__.;.._._i.._-$ 195'
present v on Monday was bray innoculatlng a when it is be
: to hoped the
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= Rev. W. H. McLeod and family, of bunch of hogs belonging to Henry weather.. will be propitious. .It was $ 5.00 Electric Vibrato _*-$ 4.45
IHLlHKtLMUSKETEER5- I Klsaimmee." moved Monday into the Partin. apparent that the chilly weather $10.00 Dectric'Hwling Pads ? 7.45
Garst residence on Lake ,Shore drive. ,----:--" -- --- .' r
I I' As there are ten members in this Follow the. crowd and you will find would have brought about a most unpleasant '- $12.00 Electric .Radiator Heater: -,_J....$ 8JS.
'J. condition -
family their residence here adds yourself the Independent 'GroeerYCompany. and the band desires
terially to our population.-Sebringt .ma to have a good attendance- to $18.00 Electric Percolator ._.....------------$14.95

Naieps,Co.iumwq. ,n-.dt..d.WnA.SObbtkDsedbn Messenger.I .. One. of_ the leading. "outiMa"! : _attractions help, its "finances.",' .. 9.50 Electric Percolator_ :v.-.___...--;,-*--_$ ,7.IS i
I I fqr "The Sheik" which was T.; 1C Clark is the onifcandidate '
Once used used self. ;
under Tied' Nibto always :
P15ologr.paq undo Atthm Cdeacm theadin needlesof the latest and .one of the wonder productions 'at the who has thus far announced for the AND MANY MORE. BARGAINS'JVST. AS'GOOD'; ,
best variety Call at 304 Main street Casino this week was Under-Sheik position of city councilman' in the ..
. KIssimmee. 8-3tx, :[.Will\Lancaster, who made'''an hourly coming city election. Voters should: SPECIAL '.
.Here ,. ..._t.. .. ye. the i I perambulation of Klssimniee clad in not neglect to pay all needed poll- .
aj .....t... action picture evermade i The Story Hour at the MethodistBUlI".alow the garb.of some of his ancestors. taxes that they may be not disappointed -
i was conducted this week on the day of the' primary During Tbi 'Sal ''We "WiO:Gr You
aaaiYelov. SiMf.amp..pla.t >Ma 600 yards percale. 12 colors to
by ,
Mrs. T. L. with
i Miaroney a '
U tMt .* pleasing program. Mrs. L W. Barnes very II,choose from 12% centr'yard. Lyle column.Due notice of this is given in another la Exchange ,For Year' Old bo*. ,

without doll hag taken the position pianist--. V. Story 4 Co.
power a as

.tbr.u.b.M. .,.Jlro ....... for to the the story hour. -which adds much I and Mr.Mrs and. N.Mrs.. J. Lilliard II. A. ,Neel of the and Sanford Mr.- force A. ,'Dennis has been, of ill The this Gazette week, and I Hotpoint or Simplex 6-Pound Iron for-w.$4.9S fi

I pleasure. Herald were brief callers in the alteration of the mechanical roster I Hotpoint or 'SimplexiPound: .Iron tor-.--.-.$4.25 +
600 yards percale, 12 Colors to Kissimmee on Sunday.The V. W. Edwards, hai .
CASINOWEDNESDAYTHURSDAY choose from 12.cents yard. Lyle. been delegated to "the floor,'* and his
V.. Story & Co. nUar.l. refreshing sleep of a position is being filled by Mrs. E., EXTRA SPECIAL, ,
I Miss Harriet Sherman body is enjoyed by those who Love
formerly health Brown. There has been soma '
a :E.a. s director of nurses with the state Central Drug Store. delay in the hour of this issue be.. We have at our disposal a limited number of "EdW Electric Wufctn .

board of health recently spent sever Aftef spending' a week with her cause of the several changes.Mrs. that have been ilightly used fer'demoutratiea pnrpese, wklck 'we-:wiS'
al days in KIssimmee with Miss A I- parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Eby. Alma
bina Smith, home demonstration Mrs. Ernest Dann, (formerly 'Miss hold street has Morrison commenced, v.. 804 the Ader. offer at a dicaloaal!/" low price: If'yon: ever .*xpe t;te en anj t
L? asrent. The two visited *he schools Hattie May Eby). left on. Sunday to construction '
of Washer thU ;
join her husband at their home in a dwelling. on Brack Electric it will pay yea; to Uvesdjate! ; :proposUJoa!
at Kenanville and
AND 2ndEVERYBODY Lokosee. street between
MARCH lit Sanfordv ... the homes of J. B. ,
1 Tanlac eorrecls stomach disorders.strengthen : McNeill and R.'S;:rioyd.-It1s her In.tention ;; -
the nerves and.restores Fine strawberry land; easy pay- to erect another a* soon ai J
health through' its effect on the .appetite .merits;, cheap. Nelson Realty Company. the tint one ls ,finished. DIXIE: ELECTRIC C.O.J
and nutrition of the body. + '
:t Central Drug' Store. I Attorney Lewis '>O'Eryan returned Telephone 68 < D.rGigtor'Aao.N... :. . . .: ,
Lacey 'Johnson, secretary of Rejtr I the first of the'week from Allandale WOMAN'? ClUIl ... '- '-. ..
__ -__._ -.1 en till veJWLJSears,has_b* via-..i South Carolina, where, he was.called L A ; -- - -
tting his brother, Sheldon .Johnson by the fatal Illness of I his mother, .
. for several days., ,whose death occurred on Friday..,February By Mrs.: Paul Stanleywere' .

K NOWS. Mr. and Mrs. Wi; M". Coryell.who 8. ----- \ *> >t-
:' navel been residing the corner of'I 12% cents' yard for good grade percale 'i dab Meet.

. Aderhold and Lake ; 12 colors to choose,from. LylesV. ..
during the' put, ... 'The regular' monthly
story ft Co. meeting' held
are to Orlando .
year remove to this ,
.. House-wai .. ;: .
week.- .While-Mr. Coryell Twiodel-- Mrs.'C.C..- 'Eversr-wh ;iswell- .m .
r That SyStematiledBusi. Ing his-. new home Mr.Coryell will known in Kissimmee, aa the sister of very interesting', and was presided ,
make an extended visit to'her former E., G. Vans Agnew, of The Gazette, over by the vice-president' Mrs. W. L- -.
'ness IS' handled more home in Chicago.I is making an. extendedstay -at the B.: Makinson. Mrs Paul Stanley ;- --,-,, '
I Five-room cottage' and biglot- Osceola. Winter Park. Mrs. Evers made a ,full report of the sectional + 'd.a .
is accompanied her, convention held at Winter 'Park 'Iallt '
than cheap Long time to pay for It Nel daughter, //f .
economically haphauard.and
.son Realty Company. Rosemary month, giving, some hew ideas, and \ '

I Mla AlBina Smith returned: on ,Dr. Winn's office Is in the postof- the announcement of'the appointmentof
: guess, work Sunday from visit to Whittier "' ,Kenanville, where she had'been 7 in ,Residence phone' 122, Saint- Cloud chairman In research work '. -
the discharge of her duties connected 4-tf A'fine compliment was given Mrs. .;.- -=

with home demonstration. .'Rev. W. B. Withers J'OOn, a former MJnnie) Moore Willson electing her I HhllhlllU

:. Everybody I* Learning ThatTHE I Bad debts collected 'or'no pay Re- pastor of the local Presbyterian honorary president of the club. r ; 4b

r suits guaranteed. J, M.. Willson, dis church, .was in Kissirainee on Thurs The legislative department urged "
trict: day -attendance at'a; special meeting members !.l! +
manager 16-tfc of the club and, in fact, all
TAYLOR i Lacy, the six year old daughter of of the Presbytery, which was beIng women of the city,'to pay their 1920 ,. ii

Mr, and Mrs Walter Jones who 'very certain held local"to.make conditions.arrangements for and 1921 poll tax on or before Sat. \; ..
r eS" r recently died, at their home some nine urday, February 18, in order to register "
miles east of: this city, was buried at C. A. Bailey is the name of the new 'and' participate in the coming- ;..'
; SYSTEM Kosehlll ,.cemetery .last Friday, with registered pharmacist now to be primary election. The chairman of J,
,yea'J brief funeral services at the brave, by found at the Central Drugstore Mr. the _
Rev. J; G. ..Waggoner.i Bailey comes from' Hazelhurst Geor- cjvic department made a satisfactory .
J i gia, and a' brother of Mrs. C. H. -report, 'reading a letter'from the fflM <\> ,
.f.t"" 'CaI'I'J.the most, complete and. rea Finest stock farm in Florida with men' class the Methodist church ,
: : splendid grove and excellent soil well Grantham,, with! :whom:_he, Is making of ,, (
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.7t- -
his home. endorsing'-the 'action of the department
c : stock of Groceries located See
sonably-priced : Nelson
Realty Com
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Pny.i Fine home in Kissinimee. for land. as to the "City Beautiful,? and. ';1' .

L-. /. .' between Jacluoaville and Tampa. i Mr. and Mrs. J.: A. Erickson have Nelson Realty Company.On. offering their supportAn
i r {removed from' Miami. to Kissimmee. of.. those delightful garden' par- invitation was ordered 'sent :i i,';>, '.1.; ,
,and are making their home with the ties given by Saint John's Guild will to Miss Skinner, state president, Mrs. ,':iy:, ',
parents, of Mrs. Erickson, Mr. and be held on' the afternoon of Thursday u."Gt9, Johnson, aeeOio al.. vice-pretfij : :; 1 ::
SATURDAY andMONDAY >Mrs. A. S. Gilbert at 10 Park street, February '16,-at the home' of Mrs. S. dent and Mrs. Ernest Galloway,vicepre.Llen' 2
K east. Mr. Erickson has been placed It. Bullock, 212 Clyde avenue, south. at large, asking them to J ." r
manager of the A. S. Gilbert store The affair will commence at three meetwith, the clubs of this county as wv "
la. 45.Main street. 'clock. soon a* date were fixed to 'suit .,J" .. ,: :. '. .

: Tanlac is the ideal strengthener'and Follow' the crowd' and you will find their convenience. The club are ". .
f body builder'for old folks. Central ,yourself at the Independent Grocery looking forward to this event and it I. A: New BfunswiqfeCabinet _

,. Drug Store Company.: hoped that a soon' be an- .,:. ;
|r There Were some splendid sweet Miss Gladyi Caster, daughter of nounced and there wilt be a large .. , .. -
r' potatoes produced at home by meeting; .It was'unanimously..agreed ,"
Mr. and Mil.M. D. Casler. residing ,; ;:
";' fi 24-lb sack Pillsbury Flour.$119 ;David Bass shown.. at the recent county corner of Bermuda and Oak, is spending that minister' ,wives of the city be '. . ; Model : ;,,? ;"'

; : 24-lb sack Self-Rising-Flour! 1.15 : exhibit Sample<< 1" distributed a few weeks' in Jacksonville, made honorary member of the club. . . n" ." ; '

r '; 2 Ib* Fancy Prunes_?__ JS i among those 'who were good:judges guest of her brother Harper, Coals) The club also made a donation' to the :. -: .. 43 l-2iache: high .f .;: -ft.:f' ,.., I *, ;>'
"j :
1.brought: out many words of prafse- and his wife; Near East relief fund.Afros f'A;
2.II good Evapor'd Peaches ..3Sr "
i..J) >> coming as they did from 'a location '
; 14:Ib* 'Table' Irish.:Potatoes. .49 {where there baa been, practically The'county commissioners placed to report was mads,by chairman ..' ., '
Mesdames $1OQ
of-the fine arts department, -
nothing'produced..for time.Follow the credit of Leo H. Wilson the sum
some ,
> 8 'cakes Star Naptha Soap_ .25 I S,II. Bullock and H.,W, Boyce.:
of four hundred,dollars with which to ;
.... 10
.1,"' .", ONLY. A FEW OF OUR '-MANY. ..yourself Company at. ,' the- Independent. Grocery. miums.all bills So ,successful and settle.was for the the showing "pre manner,Bullock rendered, In,:, her two usual very'pretty charming The opportunity' ;" you', have 'been' waiting for-the accepted. \

: :, GREAT, VALUES. The continuation of,Ihe hearing in made that when 'Mr. Wilson reported songs. phonograph of the, day--priced ;within"your' ,mean.

ri: the;case of the suit brought against a balance in hU hands of between ' 'After partaking of delicious? ree The: Model "200'r'Biuuawck"ii'fufyegwppecJ'' '' :.with; .t the
Kisstmrnee by the $45 and $50 there was universal "
r'w --: WHEN.. YOUR TEMPER[ IS, t _whlch.$ ..anuong-the members .hi enUJieTY 4J>y Mesdanves -Br..... k-V1teD..ReProduccr.-.w: i lspliyaalt.tecord..raod. "->'..,_ "
' SHORT AND YOUR LIVER OUT ..damages, has been in progress this' of- the, board.' Bay.Boyce;:: the, Katz meeting, and Alexander,adjourned., al."d Miss the Brunswick: .'All-wood: ;Tone Amplifier which give*.;Brunswick' "

fair week. In this city' before.Judge' C. 0. .Dr.K. D. C.:Watson,, of the Wlatson- : '.. '
U..w..with that the tone its characteristic lWeetDe. and volume-, ,
'OF: ORDER OVER HIGH PRICES; Andrews, of the circuit, court One Hall Manufacturing; Company, had great regret s .n.
expert witness, C.; M.. 'Rogers of trsjvalogoe.of Rev. peter MacQueon without' ,
; been planning business trlt to New To buy phonograph : List hearing The .Brun.-
AND 'YqUR? ,SySTEM NEEDS Daytona: 'an electrician,",was . York.and had intended to'leave' Kissimmee 11''''postponed ,on account of his ill- .- .- .- -
: thethe board It advir.fd that Rev. wick is miitake... ..
'yest rday.- expected on Monday but'an'extra,amount ness.-The club was i
.r REFRESHING 1:-:YISIT_"ONE.'OfKISSIMMEE I ;evidence,will ,be 'completed" dur, of business at'homo forced MacQueen bad' lectured.twice at. En. 'c;...... Term
ing the coming,.week., crowded ,, .
him to postpone his trip until'yester torpriM this season to : ' '
Follow will n'd' ; -- - ,. .-. with aatlafactory results, and ". ,, , .. ,
; ;: the crowd 'and :you f day.: ,, ,, ,lf,, housed r., 1If.1.: .,
yourself the Independent? Grocery '.1.., E":,Redwood ""wb& ia ..uperiutenmdent asTthis wa the only educational and -_. ... . I : ; 101 ,, *

Company. .. 'Of'theRoekefoUer estates at classical event of -the season,, from ,N, .. .... .iu. 1'} btid

L. THE TAYLOR SYsTEM Mr,,and'Mrs. J.BCohey, formerlyof Potantlco Hills, baa been visiting his this standpoint, was very-disappointing -. .. :-....., to,.- \
be cancel' d. .
[ : .Montgomery-Alabama, arrived in brother 'T.-Eui: Red wood. ; of,, ;holding Shingle The that';dais his,'date,department had to ',meeting; of .' ., .....'.- ....."., ,S
Creek.- <.Theviaito.ha. been
Kiuimmee- 'and making their .
are 1 the Woman's ,dub will. be 'postponeduntil :r(1' .. .,: ,
'for ,
headquarters .at 418 Main street. Mr. presentposition man''yaads "
4 lr "''I: :6-TORES A :t i Colley Js-! ..... & and each time he baa resigned he baa ;Tneeday' Febroarr2S.; . ): < TUDJO Jk
,, : ;S
. ? : 'of the 9W1LDER'S
the paint theSouth: secured +* raise "of; waces-: and now The fiJ1. ana: department .
ST. Womsn' :elub-.wW.,hoJel:tta:::regular .." ," '. -.-
: ;' : CLOUD Cotton Oil Company; -of Sayan-.he has ajpromise that he shall be remembered -" .,
: jOf ; and baa'decided that Klsilmmee, In the will .f Rockefeller. meeting next Tuesday: at the'Chapter KISSIMMEE ..'<
beat,'suit .headquarters ,from and:-.has concluded 'to ..nmain.H.; House.It U hoped, that aU members .: ;w
. . ',f' ,, . .- '. -'tofdlrect'tht':work be '
< :' : : ;' .U.... '" ''._-:.. y "' unusual ._ ,. ... '
i.b.erlbirioy. : _Tbs VaH.y; Cat :''.charge.- -. '' 4w -- ... oj. ,"program--.-,- .* '' ., *?'

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i' ,SCHOOL NOTES ;Great Three: Men great Are men>Dying have died In a RHEUMATIC '

EXCURSION! TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK week: John Kendrick Bangs Viscount ACHES'k
'' Benedict., Ai
.I --"- Brice, and Pope
ff for rte I have a'cold,,, cough,.acorn, .
On Tuesday noon the Seniors en. I Bye,THON.l "and I ain't feeling so awfully' domed 1 rheumatic
the racking, agonizing
I loyed a very nleasant dinner on well.
their I THE is quickly relieved by an application +
Presbyterian lawn. They spread *. *

J lunch on the of It/ground The feast and were was made soon i( Both Make You Dizzy, Was MistakenThe v Some Scrumptious Supper ai For forty years of Sloan's, folks Liniment.all over the R

partaking; I is Old Chronicle tells 'of "a i The Williston Progress. features ina found Sloan's to be the
of salad, sandwiches of all There a diff between Mar 1 II Inverness world fcw
r up potato Man the homo of Mister half column on its first page/ a nodHKnemy of and achea. .
Steamer Roseada J kinds delicious cake, pickles, olives (Volstead and Young. Volplan-- stew at
j "grand" to which "hundred T vtilkottl nthiea +
and soda After this bountiful{although. the sensation seems to bt "Stew Great chocolates.I've supper pmetrolet
? It' feast water of; the Seniors as could about the same. been thinking all > along that fitm' near and far" will flock, .Themenu You can just tell by'its healthy
as many Ford and rode around the 1 # folks fried the stuff.. i : spaghetti cabbage salad, stimulating odor that ifria going to do /'
Leaves Public Dock Every piled in a I bread butter, pickles! coffee. "Gladday .
Senior yells.. Not If I Know It # :
streets givingtheir
It is to be regretted that Peter 1 "The lips that never touch thwineglass" e Should Have The TwO:. 1| in th' mownin'l"! ., \ TCerp S/_'* luatdy for neuralgia.
McQueen was unable to be here shall never, lisp a word'I Benedict rnold', key check is now i I.. *'' # *,. sciatica! ; -J lame back, stiff joints, sore
TUESDAY and SATURDAY in the of the New York Saint.Petersburg'IH Modest muscles, rains. .
his educational within hearing stock
Wednesday night to give us i my. reserve 'I druggists-3c
talk. WIG were' .very much i I And, Annie;'that is true. Historical Society<-- but until those There's an uplift streak a-worrying" At all i 7Oc. 1.40s" s

8:3O disappointed because we/could ,not'' f<< *. *, folks secure Benedict Arnold's, rain All Saint Pete;
n a. m. hear the talk which 'we felt ,would He'd Re'SomeMixed' check I'll still consider that Ben wai They are hurrying. 'and skurrying .SloaDcHobsoift :$

. be very beneficial to us. Drugstore In Orlando is advertisIng a bad check artist. 1 In Saint Pete',
; ,/y The Junior play "Nothing but the "One dollar colored correspond *' * The women go to.parties,, arrayed in Liriiteni > '

4'HS. I Truth" will be given in the high j fence cards COe. That' is ..certainljj Ascension-Or Deseension : decollete; e
Returns 5:30'p.. school auditorium Friday night, Feb- That Chicago designer of women'sgarments But when they go, in bathing-well, _
Boat at m. what telloTtodoititebaanor"eolored"eerree
,, ual'-1'1..t-8'oocJIGGkT"rb; -j cheap enough-but js a w who said thecomlng sea"son i that's another day; a. __ _,_*. 1,
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a comedy! in three acts, has been ipondents?" wouId a skirts"e11nCteethe Arid theTfl'eTjmrrTjreBtly.:worried SldtSkms -
knee" might. have adjed.a: bit of I to /how 'they that
playing on Broadway for the past *; get way-
now' the road. explanation! as to whether that decision I In Saint Pete. en flea of Dr.IIobM8",
' BRING YOUR LUNCH AND FISH two years, but It'4s ia on' to be I Didn't Blame Him would be from a northern or Pualbo......,....For........ '
We are sure going veryinteresting
She took' the bougainvillae' from her; tratS
and southern perspective, Men are sadly weeping in distress-
enjoyable. Everybody '
. ING POLE. A JOLLY TIME bosom where 'twas hid, . h In Saint Pete;
show school spirit by at-
.... your And she kissed it very warmly, thin I lie's
Here'AnywayA I When swimming. they're forced towear
., flirtatious beauty did; correspondent descanting *"*"**"** *.
GUARANTEED 7Sc.GeheraTadmisslon ; upon5attractivenenot"A full dress-
Prices: Reserved seats-
-- Thflt-Ahe-t-oe d-I t'crossthetabletoa < ,
lir-Salnt Pet.--
adults '
fellow she had met: northern The women folks are crazy; the officials ,
Children 26c.
t It has long been the custom of the And the fellow picked the kiss off- ) closes all are mute; ALL FOR ONE ONE FOR ALL
to entertain their sister and'-I'm sure'he has. both ')'et. his remarks by sayingThat's: why The old maids,are insistant that all
Sophmores '
( the Seniors. This '* mo and mine (remain in Avon Park. |f[ wear -a five-piece suit;
W"offisIANO" ., classmates, the most year Wonder Why It la _.* He's a...booster,_and I'm mlghtly gladle" .If one. dares to wear -"comfort
,the event it to be one of .,
g a: :: OLlSltWorke jto original think and that: enjoyable the dignified of aM.Seniors Just 'now We taking all admit the place that the of the drugstore abolished!Is .. remained*in*the. *state. Toot garb"!" the"warning goes "Toot!; Robert ReWel'CoNOVELTYWORKS! .

'and also the austere faculty are requested saloon in catering to, the thirsty- It In Not Surprising"Washington In Saint Pete.
to sunbonnets and but it will be a long,, long time before in grip of snowstorm. # *
::1; wonders on Pianos, Talk wear the bartender will accumulatethe Traffic Paralyzed, Snowfallin
ing Machines, Furniture! Autos, 'I'a aprons, hay-ride, Saturday night I The.on habit of his predecessor and say History of Capitol. Well, it N W
etc. whole faculty is greatly overjoyed and after a few rounds have been bought: might have been expected Anyone The sheriff of O-e;;;

(honored at receiving an invitation to ]"C'meon., fellers-this Is one-on"the would know that when the republicans I And the police of Orlando
For; painted, enameled. and j such a pleasing affair: as this i house! I'll say it will. Yassum. went Into power there was .go-. Were bard.Jolted 'last week ;
r prom- ling to be the devil to When circulars
Jeather surfaces. lees to be. We all hope that they very pay. were circulated
Mighty Mean Habit . Purporting to have originated
a, 14 Satisfaction guaranteed or money I have a glorious time but we wish to ,I Old Bill Rood married wid Merely Slightly Mixed Within the fertile brain d
# I forewarn them that when the j a I HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY. ALL.
back. in Kissimmee. Says the frequently correct Ocala (With fertilizer much needed)
Made i"Freshies" entertain the Juniors, we ow. Some time after he asked his
1'shall 1 leave them in the shade. I II wife if her first husband really dieda I Banner: "Every garden should" have 'i Of a postofffce inspector.The INTERIOR FINIS WINDOW AND
I I JokesIn natural death. The wife said he one or more oumquart trees. That circular strongly narcastfcated

-SOLD BY= !:. Latin Class: I I'I. 1 1i did '- and asked why he made theouery. 'come quart stuff doesn't grow in the..'The many splendid activities! DOOR FRAMES WINDOW AND'
i' Miss Over- Old Bill said: "I sorter garden-you jret it from the man who ,Which had NOT been performed"
Wyckoff "Eleaijor
''I.street, conJugate. amo.- j thought. you had swallowed him- because (I really knows how to make it without By: the county and city officials DOOJt SCREENS:
WILDER'S STUDIO I ,having the still explode. Possibly the ; the
Regarding relegating rascals
I Eleanor, to John Sanderson, sitting ,, you seem to .keep throwing him :
buck of her: "John, what did she up to met"' Then there was more Banner-man meant "cumquat. l I.j lI I. 60e BOTTLE I trouble. Yassum.. I j *" *" ;i." And suchlike objectionable! ilk '
say I I'I T uiL.'jy'
.... John-"Darn if I know" # iNbt WHI Posted To far, far from Orange county. Phone 216 For Estimates. Darlington ** **
One man asked me if the "MisterPope" And when the sheriff read it *
I'd No I ,
Surely Say
Eleanor- Donifino, Donifinamus. and Halscy Streets. Kissimmee ,
whd recently died was relation Statistics he
; .1''I Donifinas, Donifinatis. Ai"ks the Clearwater Sun: t say was peeved.
Donifinat, Donifinant. Can anyone find sympathy \ to Attorney Pope who was i I ]He at once planned, seriously
for a sucker who will fall fora ''sent to the penitentiary for killing I For a heart-to-heart conversationWith

' KISSIMMEE PLUMBING SHOP In study period wire-tapping game! la ticket-taker in Jacksonville. Just I the pqstofflce! inspector,
I I A piece .f chalk hit Add on the | They don't"fall for it; they enter 'I to please the"man I told him "Yea, I And if.ever them warm words Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m; 7 to 9 p.m.
,pr ia beat all
Don't it
head. I' step-father. ? i iI Get out when dew is falling/
After looking. around to find into scheme to defraud and steal; I
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Nothing Too Big ::out who threw the chalk, he aid, "Ii i then when they are bitten they begin Item :' Elucidation Thore'll be a hiwvinjr' s' unci KISSIMMEE
; know it was Mac (Donald McKay) bellyaching and wish the law- Needs Like dropping a redhot horfteshoeInto

Notlunf Too Small because he is study ig so-hard now. "' which they were trying. to break-to Says Ford the Bartow brakes Record: a barrel of rain-water! BUSINESS COLLEGE( '
a telephonenear Yassum.
take hold and .give 'em their money
'At Basket Ball practice- I the Morris mine. All this work of "confidence"And
back. Pshaw!
+' Miss Wyckoff-Mary Kritz{ I don'tapprove I I always knew the Ford had a good/ 1 I "wire-tapping". and "gambling"Is Merchants and Farmers Bank ,
? AO Work GuaranteedTo I' of those high-balls of yours. They Get Awfully Pinnicky brake, but itll'ems/ odd that Ford the fault of the fools Building, Kissimmee, Florida '

1"hr Bs Satisfactory Mary-Shi l don't tell anybody-pro- I asked to show brakes are used as a telephone pole Who come front distant points .
,s y \ : ._ hibition is in effect now. J what she a had youngwoman in her stocking me on I near anybody's mine. An item like Bringing. stacks of siTnoleons, S 4..
,that needs a key printed erlong with And wearing
I an openface .grin .
Christmas morning-on she gave me JAMKS D. "
Each week Professor Shaver ap- It. That says to the'careful -graftera- MacaL.ASHAN Prlnclpul
,15' Broadwa, Klssimmee 'points a certain class to collect school such an "Ithinkyou'remistakenlntheperson" *. *. *" Also coming from distant points Commercial Department: -

< notes for The Valley Gazette and thin stare that, honest, if Ihadn't That's What Snoozles You ;"Tip me a bit of bait ,

week the task fell to the Freshman. happened to have had on my Reverend J. A. Sutton says: "It."And we'll both Akin the others!" MRS.( C B. HILTON,
Our fellow classmates heavy rubber coat I know I'd have well done do it
superior have you want a thing. You have-never noted '
-g...r':" >ifIBD9 i- ,W.-J.-1T1-0Ei)I!'scoffed and said that the "Rats" dropped dead from the chilL Since yourself. That may: be all right in I On .rough-house router Stenography. --.- -and- Typ.wrltingSpecial

r--- KR1BBS ,A STEED :,couldn't; get anything suitable for the ':then I remembered that the bathing some case*-but say, parson, did you 'The names of any Crackers
,,paper but now we are sure that evr season here in Kiftsimmee closed sev- overy try to fix one of those ametern Who have lost their wads-
'; 4. : Au. ra.y.*"..* ,..._\.rm mt Law '''eryone will acknowledge that thisweek's ,eral weeks ago. ''Uh-huh. or dameters which keep account of 1 Have you ?
4 .'! Klaatmnee, Florida '' notes the best v the electricity ]]It Instruction in Secretarial
are that have you are using. at your seems a severe hardship
...... _' Im' mtt '..... advStee been written. j Very Satisfactory BalancellenryFgrd'sbalancein dome--and then reckon up tbe''over- That Florida must wetnurseAbunch.oj.sad.simpletons. Work.NEWBY. 3
4 .!.<.. o-rt. I the bank .
1L 1-1Th4. ..highschool .singing--/ -lessons Well-I-thought.noteThank _
,1-' : .. 1 In :-subject to check f.. somewhere between '
are now full sway. Miss Water-1' you. Anxious to give away their wads:_ .
.Pat Johnston, O. P.: OAURKT .man, our instructor, Is testing the $125,000,000 and $200,000,000; And, personally, I have to grin -
:'JOHNSTON 'A CARRETT' >(I Voices-of all her pupils and placing/being considerably greater1' than the Nice To Be Explicit j At accounts of amateur rascals
them to best advantage. Everyone'Is ordinary newspaperman'accumulates.Yet 'Says the Ocala Star:' '.' :Losing fortunes and reputationsBy
s :" : .,;::ATTORNEYS-ATrYAW: : i pleased',, with the lessons and' wef I seventeen 'years ago Henry The Star office .was treatedyesterday { : going up against professionals.; INN l

: ,,,,;,.,8MeeI(10.,11.nct 12; Osceola Band'I i:watch eagerly for our teacher's urn II-1 couldn't borrow five hundred plunks to a fresh pork i Someone: has aggravatingly agitatedThe
face 'from his most intimate friends 1 believe ham A. of .
: " .' Building., ,,ing. on Tuesday and Friday by F. Parry, one puerile postofflce Inspector .
\ .. if he'd practice economy for 'a Marion successful tVho'is
' ;v). FLORIDA mornings. county's now "slipping one over ,
; < 1 1, I few months he could buy that durned farmers operating! in the t j Far,as the slip will reach ...
; "SOMETHING DIFFERENT" Muscle' (that's the correct spelling) " ** .
{ L. Sparr section. Upon the remainder of the folks!
+ i J. THOMPSON I, IN A FILMIC PRODUCTION Shoals plant and pay spot cash for 'I presume if the gift had been a "Survival of the fittest," TRY ,OUR

:' beef',ham the Star oflce would havebeen N'oulri it's more like the
"Something different full of the | * just as- .grateful. Revival of the slickest! SPECIAL DINNERS
..1 Funeral Director unusual, surprises, thrills, a big love Mrbbe Use Blank Sheila *, * Yassum. '
.interest' a bit of sorrow- and lots of Says the Winter Haven Chief: Bad Weather For It I[ thank you.

,AND' j jtmilen.. com'pose the exceptional en- It seems as though that the In Youngstown Ohio Robert Hair .
tertainment' that is found in the number of shots that the
was joined in wedlock to Miss MarieKneesand
; , :LICENSER)' EMBALMER latest Nell Shipman production "The politicians are taking. at high: half the papers in Ohio CASINO Dakin Avenue Phone 221 '

I( Girl from God's Country," starring transportation rates ought headed their account of the performance ,.
SUre. and ChapelStewart, Aye. Nell, Shipman, and showing at the to bring. the bird down after with "Bair-Knees." Even' SemInoles TOMORROWSATURDAY KISSIMMEE i

KIS8IUHRIL FLORIDA Casino tomorrow a. while. in Sunny Jo'iorida'wouldn't at-
1 I It is said that moving picture Nothing of the sort. The shot tempt .such an openface'program- OPEN 2:00 P. M.
stars-in fact and of them with a I Ii scatters too much. If it didn't do that at least the fair sex wouldn't. Bare
i bit of something\ like talent I the aim would be uncertain because Willson & Aultmah
.Kiddies Colds Con I enough. knees at a wedding'-well, it is to
; to get them into the limelight--are ;;a congressman hates to' seriously attack smile. ''f
tempermental. They are supposed ito anything which he owns stock. * r-
:Be.-Eased :Quickly be "something different" It may J That's a reasonable conclusion, isn'tit Ring Till She Gets It REAL ESTATE

.v .raA be, however, that they are made so ? Says! the Sanford Herald: .
Dr. KW's'' New ,Discovery! "will! do by an expectant public that wouldbe Fish contain whjMcey, cocoanuts -

.', that very thing easily and quickly. disappointed if they were just ordinary It's th' Tone Alone have rum in them, radiators 11
i :\\J Don't say""Poor little J.iddie.-.I wish: folks. Certainly a wwoman of When a' husband tells his wife nre filled with whiskey. We Darlington Avc. .Kissimmee
,1 knew what-to do for youl"! When N lI Shipni n's. -accomplishmentsought That it is useless'extravagance .expecting. to. see our type- '
", the cough first comet;give a little Dr. to' be privileged to. ba a lit- To spend' so much money writer give out a drink some of
',: u;.'. Kin,',New Discovery as directed: and tle hl hbrow. In fact, all highbrow, For attractive underclothing these days. S
'r ,+l it will soon be eased.I' and when such a woman Ian t highbrow ,Which nobody ever sees-p- If she does will she please call up ,

: ', .. It's'a good family cough and cold wouldn't she be considered. And she quick answers back, ".NDmb Jeyen....,_Kissimineet" 5
,I ', remedy, tooT Loosens up tic pblclPU.o "SOmetKtng .dif eren "? Ting.n riBinsflnflection thank you in advance. ,
'Clears up the cough,' relieves the congestion' To the several expressive, words: v ... 11& BASS
> No harmful drugs. For fifty "Oh I don't know!* Going Into Details .
f.;: yean -standard remedy for colds KISSIMMEE MAN GIVES Well.there isn't any reason A newspaper published at Nutley, ..

s troughs jrippe. At your druggists, Why he should begin worrying- New Jersey, speaking' of a high CONSTRUCTION COMPANY "
r?' 60c. a att!e. '- EVIDENCE But he does.Yassum.. class wedding and describing the ',-

apparel of those present, spoke of --
: Dr. King's I thank. you. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheaton
Hi Tettimoay Will Interest Every # the latter wearing green taffeta
PHONE 117 -
Kiiiimaiee, ; To Be Sure He Is
Reader gold-embroidered .over-dresllltold
: New
; ,Discovery '
J Yep Willie Bryan is in the race undershirt gold'alip n,' ',and -
or> Colds and-Coughs The' value of local evidence is in. for the United States senatorship green stockings. , PracticalContractors
disputable.' Iris the kind of evidencewe from Florida as against Park Tram- ..Evldently the nuts of? Nutley love (p

Constipated Here'.RelleflCeanlIO accept as true because we knowwe melt-and that goes without saying. to particularize. % and Builders ., r
nt.. .t'the 'system,' with, Dr King's Pills.. can provo It for ourselves. There William has just contributed one hundred : *. .
:vTbey prompt free bile flow, stir up ||.has been' plenty .of such.. evidence in ,.plunks: to. the 'Woodrow Wilson Rushed With A. Rattle .E' .
\the try liver and get at the root of,the the Kissimmee papers lately, and Foundation. and very much to his There once was a fellow who bought .
trouble' All druggists-25c ;;> |I this straightforward testimony has displeasure and chagrin and mortification him a'car Structures of All Kinds

;% i PHOMPTI 'Tfrovr OJU & I ImmmtfmHffmfmJIff (,established a confidence, in the mindsof and diametrically against his Sing Lizziel Ah, Lizzie! Oh, Liteiel[ .
J Kissimmee that-will-not be plan-of--not- his '
people allowing ''ett'handtobe
D He filled hex with. gas and he traveled -
r.-Kii 29S-Pills easily shaken. informed as to any action of his afar- Neu Shipman'in.The ."
mfffmmfmi J I I W. A. Joiner superintendent Electric right, the' news leaked out into the ?Sing Uzziei! Ah Lizziel Oh. Lizzie: a WOOD, .BRICK' STONE, STEEL.
'.. Light Company. 201 South Associated Press. And Ctrl From Coete Country
,:* t. Orlando now everyone But ''miles from his home he ran STUCCO .
t' '.. !"Liquid Bonwona" .ia an :'efficient'healing' avenue, Kissimmee, sayst "I knows"of the incident-and the con. plumb out of Juice -
.:. Iu remedy /or-human or- animal do a''great deal of stooping and this i tribntlon.I ' ' And he r old fists In language "SILVER BIRD" HAS NARROW
.: !(flesh. It mends a severe wound, cut weakened tiy kidneys and brought on I + profuse; ESCAPE IN WINDY EPISODE Painting. Tintiar, Paper-Haapaf

I.;.. :!at. scratch in the short* possiblei kidney trouble.. At times, my back Very" Clever Stepper Then. he lay down to sleep-he saw Everything! ia the, Baildu 'LiD. 'w" '
painful and when I I notice
was went to moreover'and that
get again "
'twas no'use The Silver
I i time..,:Price,'3Oc600.nd1.20Sold; -- Bird the "airplane in -
.. ,byJ.',,Z... -_ out-of.A chair I had to press my "the most 'charming little French Sing Lizzie! Ah, Llizlel 1 Oh,Lizziel which,, Nell Shipman does her spec
hands on my knees. My kidneys'act widow,has one snore"atepped'oft a DIf stijnts in "The K. F. BASS JACK ,BASS
Good "Idea.. for motorists to,hava ed Irregularly,i too.:VI .-always rased morning 'tram" hls time In,Orlando Then '"by came a peddler v ho knew fromaGod'. Country" Girl
, :OB-skid tires, but a lot of,them also Doan's Kidney Pills at these times -where "her 'dashing 'appearance 'th' whole> game-- built-plane for'this-waa picture.a apecial11' 322 Reyal. SL _515 0 Spronle. Are.,:

t e*"lIOn-aldG brains.' and they promptly .aid me .of the caused ,a areat'.aelUlSt1On among the Sing Lizzie! A.h. LUzlel: : Oh. Lizziel It.:was built and with ,
"i 'U backache. regulated 'my,,kidneys .and men." Practically every wife', in He ,well knew Miss Ford,'and he call ery: now invention; equip ev '
\-, T..places1 a old tab' 666.iQo ., pat me ,in fin* shap V ,tI, gladly endorse Kissimmee waa.forcedto: hog-tie her ed her by Dam -* ideas created Bert Vafl Xthl.sodirector ; "
this remedy. '' hubby:"daring the stay hera' of 'the Sing Liizlel' Ah Lizziel: Oh'Uzziel! with Nell Shipman. co.

:;' "' fann: it modem or"pro T s"iT., ...Price 60s. at" all dealers.. Don', "dashing, widow", ,1 know of one He." patted her, softly, .then whispered, : i The ship came through, the picture BOYER:&::WARD '.*
.........:ftn. thea yeattl ; ;'tf. the ''farm, house (has i not Kldftey'PUIa- same;; that that for one full week his office door "At'homtithere, Is' all l offhe'gis-yotl making scene ,at .a ,high, altitude RE i.-iBrATE': ,
':water'.and other'! eonrenlenft Mr. Joiner:had."' ;Foster-tfilburn, .remained, open wide open. day and need!" a' War. wond earn ,., Homes,.Farm1,'Groves', low
; making the
.' .. '* Mfr ;?Buffalo.! N.;,Y.- .? night-and he told me''that ha could Sherhhuckled'a',bitthemsbitirtedSing taking I of ,the,scenes up impassible. 'and ;Undeveloped, Land., City.:'Lots.
-, n't, get out:'of his house long enough ; ''O" '
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awing'wai' broken Poetoffice.- I
!t:,} ,r._ th.--IIoa-----.. .-::; :'"..' a oW" : Rik-My-Tian.a'pala. BY" ;. 1 IIer.h to,'CO lock: L.Ob: ,yoq.,1,,;.F.wI, t IAzsI.Ah.Uztl.l.Oh! ; Lizzie! the'ground'on.:!its side-aathe E,' plan-hit- ': 1 1I'

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MACWrFICENT COWHS WORN .:',. _. I..IOJ\CIII' ALLOW BILLS IN ,AST.cROWIlfG SECTION :e 3 gtaes o/;&atrrirn.' eiaoUOn. ''In-
--ATTWB JANOARY -.11.01'1: <*> the 0 "SjfaSSSKZn fAojarka.
l', WHEN AGNES AYRES STARSA The' Klsslmmee Valley' Uaaette Ike
--: A.I, MES prtntlnsr the ballots, ate..
: Tax colloetor'a ;report' sheared the AGE -' says plans ha.e been.quletlvformu. fOUowlna; .assessment* are. levied
CASINO- gnil n -proem, wedding' dress fouowlnjr amounts collectm LicensesII ated afnst prospective cabdldmtfa lor the
to bank KU-
organise a near in ,
of .t*. irad polls 114. '. various of flees to 11.... "
FrenchCanadianstyle, composedof ,I' County, depository- reports showed simmee and that ;la all probability Mayor, ave dollars fJflerk

Male blue chiffon cream colored the following balances' in. various TO TIRED it will be a D.uon.1"ki" That I, and Tax Collector,, ate dollar*
'' lace bridal funds January i. 1111: Treasurer II". dollars '
and uhort veil the neck sounds
; foe the, Osceola
: Revenue --L..M. |...Ol1ll prosperous Members' City: Council., are, dollars.'
cut round and plain. Road and bridE-------------- t.llttt capital which. is in the fastest grow. : 1Y..I.n

I ITNE A Marguerite. costume of pale blue Fine and forfeiture.._..._... 2.176./3: : inc' section of the aouUbPlant City .The, followln designated 'and cleric
and lavender velvet trimmed Inpe.ri. I Tick eradication ..__._-?...* SICK FOLKS Courier."' are hereby to conduct the
Fair ...___...*............... 1515.5 said primary election: '
., with a blonde wig intertwinedwith Special publicity ...-. tit.t* Inspectors: John HcPhatter. B. O
-pearls, worn in the scene from Paid warrants were ordered cancelled "Small profits. and quick returns" Vane Agnew, Tom N. Clark. .

the. Opera "Faust." I from the various funds as follows I : .Dent Drag Tsre* a Life Half Sick never was a better motto than It is Clerks A. K. Thomas 'r;
I A I Revenue -::.........?....:...'I..I..I. oday.- GEORGE\ PERSONS.
navy blue twill suit'with cape ef Roadiand 4.1441Fine An ] Half WelL Take TU. t-tt Chairman.
feet from sleeves across .shoulders; I and forfeiture--------- 1,011,60The ._U __ ._ __ _

.shoes ..pecialJy.imported from Paris.A I following bill. _.... examined AdviceGo LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS NOTICE' or APPLICATION' .FOR TAJT

traveling' suit of blue crepe and approved" and. ordered raler/e.paid: to our druggist- and ask him I. The Crt .-.. Ibe ('.... PKKD.--
I brocade ,with seal fur E L n .. Judge NOTICE 18 HKRltBT .
trimming.A Overstreet, commls'lr. ..! 11.00t Glide's and takeit 0- CMisOv Flwtda. GIVEN! that
black evening gown with, M, Hansell. commis.loner--? 11.00 for pto-Maagan .O. A. Dyer, purchaser Tof Ta.. Certlfl.
It blue H Wetherbee oommlasjoner16.60 with your Meals for a few weeks IN Rid!! ESTATE cate No. Ill, dated the Ith day of July
headings and scaIn' Jet- and A F Bsss, commlaloner-----1 110 and see how your health Improves. .. AMKHV. MILLER A. l>. lilt and of Tax Certificate Noe, p
headings' draped .over the shoulders W a McClelland, commissioner 41ftfl: lack ambi- DECEASED: 117. lit. 117. dated the Id day of July
t worn in the moonlight so that the J L Overstreet. clerk audltesT00Johnston : If you are pale tired To all Creditors Legatees, nistrlbuees A. D. 117. and of Tax Certificate.
: Qarrett. attorneys.. 10.SO tlon' ,,and vigor, you know yourselfthat and all claims No.. 41.. ..., dated the Id day of June
light catches In the let persons having or
I headings Milton Pledger pros, attorney It II if hid plenty of red blood demand. against said .estates You and A. D. 111. and of Tax Certificates Noa.ITT. ;"
refracts ,effectively.These : . _' T L Comer county Jud....._. Jf.00 you feel tired and each of you are hereby notified and .... It*. 14. Us. Itt. and It* dated
1 are just a few of the strik1njrcTeatioawornJjyAgneiAv.res L R, Farmer care of Jail...... lit that. you would not required to present claims demanndhawhlch the Id day ol June A. D, III" has + '
J E Bass janitor.._._._-.._.._. tt.00n. half sick-all -the-timel: The only sure 'or any either of or lied said certificates In my offloe, and
IL-H-W eo J'tr.-tl aen.Ml.:_ 10.00 foundation_permanenLlte.lth.J: _Ift.' ,... ..t.t. ., haa.made application' for tax -dead tolssuaarcOl'ding -
in her. first Paramount picture DA ..,, 'foreman poorf.rm.. .. tSDO" W. Miller, deceased, late of Osceolorounty. 1. easiN-Bald cernncatea -
.... .. good' embrace the described
vehicle The Lane That Had No .t. Florida, the follower
I II Turning" which A'' M L Chancery._....,_.......t \11.00JI Solids up your. blood with a form of J. W. Miller, Jr.. Administrator to undersigned of'said property: situate In, OscV>la County,
comes' to the Casino H Ken yon ._.-..y-.._... ..... It.00 Iron that (rets into your' system state, within two from the date Florida to-wlt:
next Thursday ..rthla s Thompson .,...._.;-. 10.00 You will her.( yesrr ,. Lola t. .1. t Block A. Section 3.. em-
I Claude H I I quickly. Jt .. wonderful. ,braced (liiTTax Certificate No. Ill of
)Ivester -.,.._...,... 10.00 IJate'd A
BRIEF GATHEREDFROM Mrs B Wllllam.......-.........; 10.00 like it and it will make youfeel so Febru.rl. M'li.I'. ,M-'R.: Itlt. ,Assesssd. to J. H. Halley Co
)if tt \Stanley ._?_._,._,.-..._.. 10.00 well and strong: Life will be worth Administrator 'of -Ettste of' James Lot 4s' Block B. flection 10. embraced
OVER' 'rHE-STATE r.od. f>'f'r"on -- -_._.._.__... t.00 will. W. Miller DeceasedCALL . In Tax Certificate No. .21 -of 117. Assessed .
lrs M Bronaoa-- Iivinr..cain.Try..JL.nd: _you : to Florida,, Fruit' and Truck
!. 'Daytonaha.. ; commission- Samuel: Montsdoca ".:..;.__-Z"--; ;; .00.00 thank us for tellingyou.bout ?I1t.Dsruggists O ds4 laFORDttorney,; ..yet Land Co.'' __ ...__ ___
adopted Frenl: .Kvsns _..,.......4.w-.. too sell Glide's Pepto-'Mangan Lot t. Block CV Section 1a'4.' embracedIn <
IAST P AYMENT'' manager form , government by Mrs H. H '8mltb..,.,...,......... ,, .00 Ad i FOR WHITE PRIMARY Tax Certificate Mo. alt of ItlT. Assessed
; tabletdonn. KLKO '
(Z a vote of four to one.' '" '. Ella',,Bass ,............_...,-.... I.oe i- both"'liqul i i to Bf'M Kelley.: '
".n. : Clements i.._.-...,.....-. 5.00 vertisement., :TION.Th''dty Lot I, B. Section If. embraced,
Mr. F H ? In T.x/Certlncat. No. 1IT of ItlT. As
Bauknlght.-------- 1600
The Dowling' Lumber '0'the' .... '
J Tbrtceta Mrs Susan Oar care of Mrs. -. -'-- executive committee Fruit and Truck
-- --.. -Ode..a {t ..sswina'.about, Pun ftoo "I white" men's party" In the olty of LAr.\.C- '
day. a.w'e-u. "" ClRslmmee hereby call and provide for I. Block t\ Section 1. embraced *

j In order to vote'at the coming city -1- B R Robin.on.ilbrar ......,._. St 00 holding a "whit. man's" prims r. eleo- in Tax Carli5cale No. 4$5 ...Iun.
'primary it Is very essential that ev New Smyrna' is planning W B Maklnson ppll...,...,, t*.7t 'THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNFOR 1 i Ion,, to be held In the City of Klsslm Assessed t9 W. 8t111".1. .
I a monster Lot Section 8mbr.
11. Block Co U
W a'4ed
and B Hansell, sas and ollr,...'" 414* me In compliance with the laws of '
take man: woman who deaires to three-day celebration commence C L Bandy commissions._.,... ,tt.01 the State of, Florida ''Mid'-primary to In Tax Certiacate No. 44j. of, 1619. 1 '
part In the action must pay the ing on Monday, February 20. o A Bass care of paupers..,...., to.00 SALE be held during the hour fixed br law Assessed to 0.0. N.wton.
:. a ... 10 00 for the holding of elections Saturday Lota S and ", Block A. flectionembraced II
:needed poll-tax oq or before the closeof :; dn.a:: mute: ; '*?- ? on In Tax CertlflcateNo. ITT 0,
businesson The New Smyrna News Iiiu.d'last e feed.----. (7:Ot ,' March' 4. 121. for the nominationof .
Saturday, February 1116. Assessed to Florida Fruit an
Osceola Hardware Co..upplles 4.toscrola candidates for city elective. officeso .
FOR BALEaomelhing'out! of the us'ual .
18, It will be 'b..t to pay'the poll', week a splendid number containing > Hardware Co. supplies' 'order of thinges. Have decidedto be voted for at the reneral election Truck Land Co. - -- -
M Hats' Sons ....... to bi held In said of Lots 1 to 6 Inclusive lots IS to II
twenty-four Klsslmmea
tax today Only those of legal age' pages. The.contents supplies. 14 71 divide my property located on city
Inclusive t .
Black C Section embraced
exempted from this were of an Interesting nature. Considerable Water and Llcht Plant.,_.___.. t4.00 brick-surfaced road within easy driving on Saturday, March it, I.1I.
are p.yment.wbobaye In Tax Certificate No. 1st of ItlS.
M Orefns, work on poorfarm.: 11.00 distance of Klsalmmes. Have a Qs>allflra4te>M .f nie4e I,
passed the fifty fifth r space was given to the Clint Simmons, labor ........... 1171 tract; of eleven and one-half acres, Those, and only those. persons shall Assessed to Florida, Fruit and Truok

anniversary.CM prospective giving! away of the "bun Ham' Bass, labor._..__...._ U7 all cleared and under fence: and b. permitted to vote a*. or participate Land Co, ... ....
I Block C. Section
Lot. T. t. .
birthd.1 plow beautiful" which'was built I R Ba.. I.bor.._.....-.-..--__.. 11.00 there are about two hundred citrus in, the .management of, said primary C.rtlfleat
braced la Tax
by No. U' of:
T.II.y Basa. labor ._..__ ___ 11.00 election who arewhlte electors. who
nearly all la baring '
-- trees on tract
CUM. Malarial Ferer. citizens to be given' away nearly a 0', 8 .Crowd.rr dlirclna ditch,..._ tl.11 .. all 11nlo.. condition showing declare their adherence to the principleand 1611 :Assessed Block to Section Unknown embraced
> Lot I, A. 14
W I Barbsr ... organisation of the "white man."
commissions.- .
al'o--which do 147
year probably be 7731acksbear It la food citrus land. This la In TaX Certificate No. 1(4 of 1010. Assessed
ALL FOR ONE: ONE FOR ALL nated to someone before, the close of Mfg Co, cou'y home 70.41 lh.desirable buildlna; site locatedwithin narty In the city of, Klsslmmeo. who to F. R, Jaoo.
Robert Reldel Co. I a few hundred yards of Wood are bv the city of Klsslmmee Lot Block ,Section '"14, embracedIn ,
the : S. A. !
current '
., year. A C t. Ry Co., freight16.16 school, church and railway station.Because lawful who have on or .. '
The secret 'of leadership is merely I J' B ,Csdel. rant______....__-_... so.00 1 do not have time to care beforeFebruary" 11. lilt. paid their Tax Certificate No.. Ill 'of U"-- Assessed
, the knack, of finding followers.NEID'S . ; The advisability of quarantining o. 3.LOOK*, cleaning typewriter 8.10 for the tract and make the poll have for the year 110 and 111. T,to Block Unknown.Lot A. Section '11. 'embracedIn
if' .__ ThinkSell who registered to and ln. tain areas in'Florida to' checkt1the? ; ?L00 (price $179. tt-JII.t about up Tax Certificate No. lit of 111*. Assessed
Telephono Rent' Inc.- Oo. Act., silo p..r. ..e.el'! Better InvesUnstn March 4. UII, and who pledgelhernselves to ,J. 'H. Halley* Co.Lots ..
of the mosaic disease
of sugarcane Q.o' D Barnard Co., payment on this beforesomeone else (rahs 1 It to abide by the'Oesull. of ,#
: 'BATHS1 a dangerous pest introduced vault'' nxtures ._.._______?.__ 00.00. off. Get In touch with the owner A. aid primary election and vote for the II.t embraced to 14 Inclusive In ,Tax Block Certificate B. Section ,

. into this country about three years G- W- .....' WIo' .Dennl..t thlrotOe.'Ot7h.00.else. election nominee.thereof--at-4be--sasulag--ally. I No."" of ills A........ to Florida
Bed Far Many DUeates ago, will be considered at a public Orneat Olenn foreman-----00.00 convict cook_____ boo . 7-tf Q..II. .tt... e f Cas>.ldat_ Fruit and Truck Land Company.All '

I hearing to be held by the state plant Jan demons -.._?..__._.___ 62.00 Those, and only those, persona shall of acid lands' being- In Town.'pI'I t
board of Florida lowell Bass _....__...____.n"_ ft.00 FOR S4I.H-Wbes, !. tar. asarfce. farae he permitted, to become candidates for South to Range tl East and being aeoordlng -
Tallahassee .
at on _.. .... the Florida Fruit and TruckLand
F.rd eels
Homer Partln S >d agar office to be voted, for In ..Id primaryelections
Good baths with water direct from 4100 ,,
Monday fi. Maa-sHalv at the Oareola Meter Company's Subdivision 'of said
February Any personinterested lu.lao' Jr.-------------- who pledge themselves In .
Comer 1C 00 '
... .
medicinal well. Open. Tuesdays, 4'*. >aay. I always kava froase1 writing to abide .tlon. ,, i
in the proposed action of JSOIKC W Brown.ta..,_ 4400 by the result of said certificates .
:. Hansell ___, : ::: : .. six aced erg arlve reed /be wry primary elections Unless .aid shall be redeemed
Thursdays, Saturdays from 9:30 a. log : 1000'erman : and support the
the board --- ? --- will
heard . deed 't
and be to tax
may appear gar (i. R according
beat price
e Ibya. nominees thereof .
Pone __
.. ..._ __ are qualified
m. to 5:00 m. A short drive from un ., Issue thereon the $7lft of Feb ,,
on day *.
p. either Jn person or by attorney. J..e( .._..._.._ ... 2.66 .al under the lawn of the 8tat* of Florida t .. '
Kisiimmee. Neal ,Jtrh -...::__::--. too: and cltv of Klaslmmee to hold ruary, A. D. lilt:
I Permission has been received s at .T' tj Harris, hauling---_____ ,-__ 170 FOR SALE-Bungalow with lante" lot ....t ef Ofaee t. he Filled orne"'l Clerk J. U Circuit OVERSTREETT.Court. ;

Orders for the water may be left Carlstrom Field for a big aerial field H\\r F V> ?Msklnson}*"ford. supplies.supplies13.66.____. tilt and at a all barraln Improvements for cash.In fins KlsslmmeaGrocery shape mee Knch qualified to vote the In city said of primaryelection Osceola County. Florida.'

at residence, 614 Patrick street. meet derby and air tournament and )rjlor: > Cnah Store, mule feed, tilt 21 Broadway. s-it shall have the right to voten I I T-tt, By B H..BIIl.T.OCK6 H. (1'RsbMy.Tirsi .J
.the dates selected for this createvent C Brian Co: supplles75.71 said primary for: --- - -

and F C Bryan Co., mul. feed--: __. tt tt FOR 8AL.K: -Oodire tourlnd car all In One candidate for mayor. fer '
CHAS. NEJD I Owner are Friday Saturday, February I M V'elherbee. Inspection11.00 rood condition .at barvaln. KIsalmmee .', One candidate for clerk and tax'col'! RaekasatUm.

24 and 25. The program will .J r C Oiimn. blacksmith work._. 4.'S I Urocery ZS ector, ,
begin immediately after noon on Fri. J IS lirunson right of way_____ 60.00 One candidate' for treasurer.Three Formerly mother used to'be,, anxious . .

day, with an air circus that will be If' W Ames .__________________ 14.go i FOR 'ALIU-f'l.' Perfection three.burner candidates. for members of about- the dancer that the'' kid. t
two-bur. Cltv Council for two each.
Saw cabinet top, with years
the greatest ever"attempted in this Postal 8ly k 3.r Co:>,- hog.telegram.-------' tor; camp tl 00 ner oven flood as new Apply atSOI -rive members" of;executive-commit. would get explosions in_the.

Telephones--Offlc.. No ft; Residence section of the United States. The air 0.r." Lanier .?-._.?...'-_____. '..60 slain street. Klealmmee. S-tfo tea for one yeanTlsse 1 ehemi.try'elass; but'now-the is worrying -A'1

No tit will be filled with planes of Will Lanier ......_..)H......_.__ 8..60 Ker rur..hav. for fear .dads horn brew' will
every 'W\ e Hansell gas and oil___.. 66.1' FOR SALE: !-Houses and lots, farms, Bach person his .
HOllnt |:'0 to 11.00: ; 100 to. ':00 kind to be found at the station. There : Flemingand Son,. supplies.._ 17.9 groves, meat name printed. on the primary election ,.blow, up. .
r.rrtlr'it t'ildl': ,
; : : .
: ; ,
will be at lane in the air Icmlntc and Honmulefeed..___ It OS the : J.: ballot aa a candidate tot any>city of. .,
DR. 8., WILKERSON at all times, engage in stunts that banner f- I'raherr.up .. II OO M Duncan.. : Manager.' t-tCc Ice ahall-file with the chairman ofMs II
fPrelrht committee on or before February :i
> ocoltt Hardware Co, .. to*.7sccula i
OBNTIBT thrill and startle. () Hardware Co.' supplies FOR RALE)-Fine residence' property. 21. 1011. his notice 'of candidacy and ;
t .
I ,rIrtJacksonville ; }a. L11'Overstreet. Inspection.. 100 Apply at the office, of The VttllevOasette. appl/canon-to-bav. his name so-print
Of Bos' Over The n >all-Store. I. the net earnings of For ..louiiston.\ commission __..._ tt.f n Klsslmmee. t-tf ed upon a blank to be furnished by I j Buildings Gi ,:
II the municipal-owned electric plant for It 8 Moid, mule feed--. :_. 417 the chairman of this committee his r andaccompanied .;I
F I K: C Hy bal aide truck.. tt4.70 FOR .8At.E-At. a sacrifice) my bun. by the amount of asseaamvnt ,
I[ 1921 reached the figure of 49772727.: H K Poe, .I.roan scrapers_--" :- It.00 Kalow! home. Partaly furnished If a. specified below; and no T?' *i pmm*
Service is furnished at a maximum of T L Comer, judge Juv ct...._1__ 11.60 desired. 'Lot lOVxliO feet; corner, nan of any?,such candidate shall be i'' '
J Li Uiunson' ' ...d h.m//ly reason tinted upon counted or returned
seven cents. This cop.10O.oo 0c.r,
amount substantial
was a W B llanarlf I.-r': :.. and oil __ I:7t 'Cash only Call, at oIo"Ib f printed, nny, such ballot, unless ,
JESSIE D. KLE1NMAN increase over the previous L K frnrmer. f.edlnwprl.on.r.-.. 111.00 street* )Mr. Ida this provision shall have. beencompiled !
\ -
year and was a continuation of the.. Ernest I''>Shiver'' came warden.., to.00 with.V Up Quick''C
4. Copying Stenographic Work increased' earnings :returned annually .U.lton I'lcclfter, con. fees___.... 86.OOroxton FOR SALE Chevrplet automobile. .r.In of BslletaThe
voting said elections
: primary
'I a Schmidt repairs_.. 14 45 40; fully equipped and In first class
since the plant ,began operation in It: It farmer, costs court...... 14.46 shape! a splendid buy; cash price shall be by first and second chotoa
Phone 253. State Bank Building 11913. Operating expenses for the Ij R ..Farmer servant afJall._. tl:00 "10. Call on R. A. Snyder tt Stewart ballot. compliance .with the provls- '
lons of the
year totalled approximately $580,564, 1.U It R Partner 1''srnereemml.eion'onOne.. fees Bl..41 avenue, for Information. Xtf the names of state the candidates primary laws for each and When I our I lank!* to MaV| ttp thus.
whiskey to 00
the gross earnings amounting to C .t Pal 1".. tianscrlpt len tl.CO FOR SALE: -or rent at a reasonable office trtiall be printed. .' on the ballot 'la! .DO.. time l lost :to ,. llllsUf| '. o'boards
more than a million dollars Or'H S ..lelBer, examinatlon6.00. located. house In the city; In alphabetical order.t'aav. ed
Ida Junxsor. witness.__._._.. too furnished; contains nine rooms The .. of Hetairva \ .or In ma. .iMag. tlRl" jff*:Imm- ,
FORMS ARE NOW READY Qlsdys Jclirson wUn.,............ t 00 and bath. Located on. large Corner o'clock committee, shall meet. at 1 bar .ent'out from hers'tlali'M;isswi
JosephlnH Felton. wltn...... .. lot with fruit and shade trees Address p. m. on the 4th day of
1 OOJitsephlrte :rrcithe
WE MOVE: THE: [EARTH! FOR INCOME RETURNSThe 'Srlaht, wUae....,..,. 1.00 J L. R. Squires, Kissimiueo. 122 l $,.city In the of City Klsslmmee Council, and h publicly with .the"minimum mewMl* 4 Cing '.;*...-;,

t. Kuslel 1.:1... ..._ sl-tfc '
witness. .
t OO '
.v .
Or Anything On Top The Earth following statement Is issued Dui[,! roll Yates, w.W-: : I 60 canvass theprimaryelection the returns In law accordancewith of Flor up. Its. use awns time:".MInsuring ,w., .
Poster NWle : FOR 8ALR For Kent. FurnishedRooms
n t OOEUIIICO better
I a bultcHac.r'
Ids and declare :
what candidates have ,
by Collector of Internal Revenue' D. lynei, witness6.00, No Trespass Cards 1C ,

YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODSOr T. Gerow, District of Florida: t"I': ? M Pyles. atenovrapher. IU 40 cents e'bd at The Oaiette ofrtce. been for, and nominated the chairman for each and office secretary voted. way{. ,And our prices .speievery ,',1lJrU t -.

Anything That Can Be Moved Forms 1040 for reporting individual r..R .Farmer. Bank rests of St Thomas Cloud p-roll rsse- U.:.40. 1IfPOW. of this committee. within two : time. "*'" ---.r.. fI'f.

I. returns of income.for the taxable . shall certify the names of .
Miss ,J -.ul/< ''kleh.m.n.'coat., BAL+One i Bats.' Blectrle Wall those candidate ,
year'of 1921 of more than $5,000 are Thomas'ctse---------. Plate. Practically-... At a rea receiving the nomination "
Get our' price.before having your for any office to the city authorities '
,"..< ...I.> Klelnman.'courth'cnogrnpher. le price. Apply' V.Uey da-
available at the offices of collector of situ of Klsslmmea aa the nominees ' WOODWARD WER R YARITelephona
___ T-tf
don. aPont case 1100 :
hauling of this
for the
internal revenue at Jacksonville, L H Wilson, county fair.______.<0000 Lie voted party offices to ,
for electionto '
Tampa, Miami, Pensacola, and Key Miss Alblna Smith booklet.; .. ., 100,00Chamber FOR BALK-Two boys' _ult.. 4yearold be held on :l..r".If.e: l;tl.AaawaasBval : ',220 ,-. :, : ,
: '
JOnESjTRANSFEIl COMPANY 'West. Commerce, :. IIS:00 else, velvet one dark blue, one ; "
W. dark Russian style, white KIS3IMMEE'rt" FLOHIDARose's ,
green .
For the purpose of defraying the ,
The form contains six two ;
pages, collar and cuffs, detachable Nearlypew.
."r PHONE *l3e _ _
of which are devoted to the return, HOW MANY ILLITERATES Apply 181 Main street 4'-tl . . ::- -- -. -:.. :' : ::':S --
1..Or1.r..1 Oeeeefaj HarJtfmr C. - - - - - - - - - - - .
two to a duplicate to be retained by ARE,FOUND IN FLORIDA? FOR SALB-Wood.n washing ma.chine ..........o........................ ...... ,. ,." .,.

< the taxpayer and two to instructions. ADD,THESE AND LEARN !nearly! new. Apply. 101 Main i :
wilt[ : :
The -- -'-' ;.
form be sent to person who ---- street 10-tf

,DR. R. J. DENNING filed similar returns last year, but The latest census gives the number TaxiAny.where : )

DENTIST failure to receive a form does not relieve of illiterates to be found in each FOR RENT, ,

the taxpayer of his obligationto county as below: .' ROOMS AND BOARD--Nicely furnisher 4 -, ,. :

Over the Postofflee.OFFICB file on time, on or before March (Note: "Illiterate-Ignorant of let- rooms, excellent board good location ,

HOURS: 1 te ltt: ,,. lite te .. 15 1922, if the return is made on ters or books, uneducated; especially reasonable prices Call at
[ 111 Mabbette street. :'
Residence Phone 174- calendar year basis. unable to read.") Kissimmee.9SIX : -Any6me'I>

Office Phone US Forms 1040A for reporting l incomeof Ofceochobee ______________?.,___._ 'S ,
$5,000 or less also available Hroward __.- 111 FOR RENT-Furnished. room 'andkitchenette ,
.- -- are Hrevsrd u-._-._?..__ S3OnceolH ., water lights, and bath. 'Jight'I'''
artbe-.bov.-offtcer.-:- -- ; _____'____.__jau-.i.j__._ 8ft* '&ve1nn.-m&n wants woman or Day or J.r. ..
rl.*rler -_- 111 husband and wife In' noun-wtrlte f .

M. TILLER,, OPPOSED TO TAX ,ON GASOLINE Saint Lafayette Lucltr_-- t4Lee 401 til Apply from at 411 home Main.' street Rent, Kleelmmre.t-ltx ,With or Without. Driver: Phon4" 4; :! \ ," ,

Franklin 477 ,
Real Estate Parkl1etill
Agency.aNNNNNNNNNNNNNw. Chairman Fordney, of the ways Clay 478 FOR RENT Three-room apartment J . a -
,, and "means committee of the house in Citrus -j..,- 6.$ on second Door. A. W. '
PalmBeach.. 6&1Sumter Mabbettc street Klsslmmee. I.ltx: -'
a Realty Bought DcJ..101d. Washington is strenuously opposedto ______-____________-______? 874 ---- -- _- -.- .--_ _. -- -- :..: '
tar on gasoline, and will strive Baker ____1___._____________;____ ftfttPaaco
.Houses -rented. to kill the proposed measure -...-------,------,--- ,601Hernando : .
: -C, .1. Best FertiUzera Insecticides. 'Sprayer Pemllrjr Sappfiet
Taxei 'paid and Title verified Many other legislators .are with Liberty --__-..-._._.______ .28 WANTKI>-Wanted to hear Honest Goods' Fair Price ,* '''' Shipment J
him in this stand. Government officials Levy -,- 61' front owner of a farm for sale. ?J
+ for non-reudenlt. point out that'if gasoline were Plnellas -'.-.-.- 701Bemlnola. five .lowest price and full particulars. Ask, To.r Ne1&labor-Ue ,Kaows "

Fire Life and Accident In- __-_._.__.._._-_._. 711 L, Jones, Box. 651. Olney, ilL .
the mere travel luxury'of .the rich, Wakulla -6' -7 26 E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.' J.cWoaville, FUriJa _. ;:

-rurance. a tax 'of three cents a gallon (as proposed Orange --,-_________ i 74t 'ANTICD--M.n with car to ..11 low- New, fanlthImg
December Reduced
, i Bondi. In a now pending bill) might Lake ___________,____.-----7H priced Qraliam, tlrest 41 lo per ""Tire Get 1, 1921, ..Prlc.IJab'.,. kyia ,. ,-
Indemnity Columbia ?_. 777 and commissions Clrahnm ,
I easily raise $900,000,000 withouta ifonroe _____________,...__... 817 Company 417 Benton Harbor, MlrhIsrarw "SIMON. PURE" uel."GEM BRANDS"OLDEST .. '
.... ...!.. .. ............ hardship But gasoline Is the motive Saint Johns ---,-------------- -tZ4 *

I power of thousands of trucks, Walton ._a,__________,-.______ 841 - -- - -- -- - ( J
_.... .. ... lot WANTKD shipments of fruit
Manatee -Klpress
- _
- ., .... ?tractors..pburn. engines: reapers, bind Okaloosa. _---.-_.-_.._..,___. At* -and vearetabies. Ship to and com'rnutUaats.withHub J '
ers. It hauls the farmer's'goods'tomarket Bay-:::._-=_-:::;:; -:.. ------4.. .072Nassau . .Produce Comps'ray E. A..MAR.JrL.; EED COMPANY : -'
P., A. VANS AGNEWATTORNBJTATLA.W and chops his hay and silage.It -______-_____lOlt Tl Central avenue,--AtlantaGeorgia. ,;: Y n ,
Putnam -....._..i_----_._..__-l,07t ,-6l e 1 AND luiRQKST' SKBD HODSB 2NJACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
is the' motive power of the muses, Bradford ._____________?-___._.1.O7B 1'-
not the classes, and a tax upon it Washington .. ____-1,147 WANTED--To hear from owner olsood t FLORIDAMARTIN'SJiy
OFFICESWinter I I would not affect the rich very much,, Holmes ___.l.llt fullbparllculara... P.tF.aBuss rah: "TEST SEEDSAre .
Florida ,. _ ,
Park. Calhoun ? 1,160 price ..
I iet and would work a genuine hardship Volusla -....--,_!:141 Minneapolis Minnesota 4-lltl --- -- "' '

upon the average cltl en. Dads -.-UU Eit..F.QaaJit7.' : "l\ '

|, Moreover such tax Is not universal Santa Rosa -.,..--.-.- '
a DeSoto '..-...._-._.-_._.-Nlt7l MISCELLANEOUSSECOND Seed Corn/ Beans,' Peas,' Pepper, Ecjrplant. Watermelon. ,. Cantaloupe. 8..,
and Is. therefore. discriminatory; Hamilton -.. ..-I.U" Pttat'Mtl.'To".toes. Cucumber Cowpeas, Forare :and Field Seeds. '
I" and this is no time for discriminatory Taylor .._._,_.Z..IIrSJZ.!! _.1..74Marloa HAND GOODS boo(hi.. sot: Our Catalogue and Price List will rive full information. We carryall Y
..:. ..;: .... and repaired. The Cselno. "I '
taxes, especially such as will tend to -- ---- -- -- : : farm seeds that have been tested
varieties of field and
CITYMEATJARKEF Polk _._. _. _. ..... .._ garden <'
decrease, rather. than increase Indus. Buwannee -......... .....- "..;...-...-.2.415 BARGAINS IN OBBD'' :AUTOMOBILES I and proven to be adapted to:Florida soil anti;;;1 climate, and our rears '
'try., The general salei tax, obnoxJons Madison. ...._ ......r..-t'.i>: .._......_... t ,Terms to responsible people. Ont: .of experience enable us to handle the Florida ,Seed, business.' 'I I ,
.. ...._.... ,"naby Orand" Chevrolet ono Itll ,
though .is to feson -'-- - - -.r:: .
" : many BsoamblaJefferson ... ........-.." Dodge tourlnri one Hayaea ,-...-. .vantage
; if generally conceded a much : ...-.l"--_._.-.. ....... ItZ .;; on. . : SPIUNG' CATALOGUE .. .
fairer means of raising money to, pa y' Alachoa ...-...----.' .-... 1; f"Jo4a. I"'Il.rnorWr.* For dMartin l lraadstsrr for' It. Everyone' .
to "euHneterf'compensation" than to add Qadadenj...__-......_........_ One 1'1' Ford touHn : SpringCatalogue: U now ready.. Write .
Hlllsboronajh ..,_........__....... .-I..A, three 1 11 Ford tonrlnsja. Sam O; Interested in Florida spring and summer crops'Should 'trail themselves -* ; ;
Freih< Meat: andVegetables 'to the already high price of a hail. >, _. _____........_."' .._......4...3 I Racsdals. Jtl"' __ Florida ".tj I of Information contained to oar descriptive catalogue. ',
economic necessity. :...._ .___....;__ _..lll. .' their ..
BALL ; plied FREE on. request to thote,who send la names pro

t .. I ALL FOR ONE t. ONE FOR ALL FOR ONE ONE FOR ALL,_. Losr Write: for "it today. Fall information and,,'prices on;, all seasonable_ ): ,f
aeedav > .
r UOKf++. Ribbon .watchfobcarrytni r
iJPL' : Not many' people nowadays: can The 'peach haa, 'been thought to, heavy ajold charm '.....rln.. 10ng11.oeat :E. A. MARTiKSEED,: :COMPANY'ui n'"r'y -

handle! hammer but there have have com from Persia, but it fa I -of-.rm.., liberal -, reward foi .
a a saw, : .. -H. Batlo lb ok!I :..;.,.:
,, one ::44'L. .. .; jars a lot, who can pound on,Jazz,ini -, now" known :that' the' finest' peach;I .Stets'tllrD'Bank to ,1""dl' Stanley ll. ,Kraslmnee..21"r East .. Street ... ''I.. .' lWtmit 4111P--1 M

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-- - .strumentauvsry skilfully t tt ;: were grown .. .
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I" .1..... '-" __ THE [ S.lllllEE'VAlLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. :FEBRUARY it V lltt

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ruary-15. Rev, W, B..Golden. will of."IS TO SPEAK IN THE w

[ IN REALM ] The contracting parties are Edward I

Peter Neid. son of' Mr. and Mrs. Rev. W. H. Dresch,' p:1Itor'of th< Washings
Charles Nerd( of 614 Patrick, street Presbyterian church, and a promlnen'! .Quicker

L, MISSIONARY SOCIETY and Miss Isabella Mary Winch and r instructor, in Rollins college In Winter
MET ON TUESDAYThe Peter Wex Straub son of Mr.. and t Park, has proffered his service/ \
Woman's Missionary society'' f, Mrs. C. A. Straub, of Shingle Creek,,4 behalf of the local Near East cam, Easier Housekeeping
the Christian church held its regular I and Miss Bertha Angelina Winch. palgn. The drive in this locality ii

7 ; meeting: with Mr, *. Ti. Ml ''River*, I The brides' are natives) of New almost aUan end, -but,the $3000 whicMrs.
t Monday afternoon, with .a rood at! I York, and are former pupil. of//the "George- W. Best was given at % That's Grandma's message.
tendance and two visitors-Miss Putnam -\Klseimmee[ public ech,ole. They the 'quota desired not yet reached
of Eldorado Springs, Missouri,"J have a large circle of friends. Bothgrooms Probably there is none other in Osce< "' ,.' More time for rest. ,More
and Miss Thirkleld, of, Pittsbur.''1 are well known in this city ola county so well versed 'in the'sub time to take it easy., More .?
J Pennsylvania Mrs. S. B., Aultman having been, residents here several ject'' as the pastor who is to apeak ir i % time to visit. Sift out Grand
t had charge of the business session ;years.' the high school auditorium on Thurs / = ma's Powdered Soap instead
S and also a' part In1' the program The event'of a:double wedding day evening, February 16.' ,1 e
of cutting bar soap.
this 'nature is vtcrfy unusual, and
which was prepared and carried out) In his course of lectures before the "
t by Mrs., Dora Smith. Others on the there is no doubt that.a large audi- students at Rollins he is giving ,ver, c
program were Mrs. 'A.''W.W4nn Mrs.J. Ill ence will witness the nuptial. ceremony fine 'eludicidations of the history, at Nothing to waste. No boil-- '"

.,G. Waggoner: Mrs. Harry Hale,and was as the present day affairs, pertaining . ing. No fuss and trouble in
'Miss Emma Y well). Miss Thlrkleldgave' to the Near East: and h< 1 slicing No yellow, un- '. r
from Pennsylvania. MOTHERS-TEACHERS CLUB will take for his theme "The
greetings : Making .,
During the social hour delicious refreshments 1 I HOLDS INTERESTING MEET of A World War." "There'will b;! dissolved pieces to stick, to' ",'.
were served by Mrs Riv I' A business meeting was held Fri. special music, and it is to be hoped the clothes. No bars of soap

era. ,day. February 8. at which time the that a large 'and attentive audience ..wasting i away in.the.water.'L, ,. -_..
followln -S y
,cf The Mnrfih mertlnopoca a in the ; standing will lie_present,-and "that'a'liberal } I .
home of Mrs. L. II. Gedge with Mrs.appointed Revision oU17> laws. Mu.dames contribution will result. Everyone' ii I tittle'
1,.. D. Provin, leader of the program. W. B. Makison. J. W. Miller cordially invited to be present. You use as much or as ,
D. B. Shaver; Humane Associa .- of this wonderful powdered ,
SEVERAL HONOREES tion. Mesdames Alex Akerman,John TOURIST CLURJWEETS t, as desire. The
q ENTERTAINED AT CARDS j.Walter and M. E.: Turner; Program, soap you E''
AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH newest -easlestqwckest
At the Piano home, 560 Broadway, Mesdames J. E..Lupfer J. Z. Rober-
;son and Frank Nave Refreshment., -- a e / best washSoak .
r Mrs. 'Harry Piano and Mrs. Holmes The Tourists Club wilt hold its next ..
a Mesdames L. H. Ingram E. A. er
/ Prnther on Friday afternoon enter-
meeting on Tuesday evening at the
tained at cards in honor of Mrs. Lillian Owen, W. B. Makinson; Civics,. Mesdames Christian church .
to cemmence 'at
I A. T. Morrison, L. II. Ingramand..W.J..Sear.
rfl Clark, of Jackson, Michigan, Mss. seven-thirty and the following ,-'
; program
Lunch room, Mesdames -
., Sherman OeGroodt, who is registered' ; --
will be rendered:
at Graystone, Mrs. Dorothy Kern Willa Steed, G. T. Staler andR. '
Address by Rev'J. G. Waggoner.. Your
J. Denning Magazines, Mesdames
i r and Miss Clara Piano, of Chicago! a ; iIIA'NI
Overture-Mrs. C. B. Elam and S.
S. L. and S. B. Ault -
Moseley, I-upfer
.1 sister of Mr. Piano, and seven tables A. Samson, . *
of players spent a most enjoyable man, Courtesy, Mesdames G, W, Best, Solo Makinson.
afternoon. Prizes went to Mrs". M. D.I I iW. L. Poulk and M. E. Turner; -MJSS.Miss Patsy'
Reading Irene Ingram. in
Membership, Mesdames J. C. Griffin, P Duds
Alexander and Mrs. DeWilto'n Alder.
Song-Misses Elizabeth. and Ruth
man-and the consolation was M. E. Turner and Paul Stanley, Vicitrola
I sented to Mrs. John S. Cadel; wile Mesdames M' Katz, J. E. Lup- Deyore. mI
Mrs. Nelson
Reading Makinson.
'+ t; the honorees were recipients of hand- I fer and A. W. Bailey. Solo-Mrs.- Alexander Cooper. Accompanist YLiflii 1I Grandma'sSuds
'f' Two committees were appointed to
t; Home! lingerie. A delicious salad visit Mrs. H. S. Bullock. I
the city council on Tuesday _
course was served
j Miss Cornelia
Reading Lancaster.MusicOrchestra
evening, one in reference to enforce-
t ANNOUNCEMENT MADE .1-j ment of ordinances and the other in Mrs. C. B. Elam, ...
,OF DOUBLE WEDDING behalf of the lunch room. eader. I
yr Mr. and Mrs.: Alfonso L. W I Most respectful hearing was 'given Solo-Mrs. Lillian Deyoreo.
of 422 Aderhold street, announce the the women. Co-operation was assured Prayer-Rev. George Stone. I
F wedding of their two daughters-the as to law enforcement and sixty dol. There no admission! charge, and

1 double wedding to.occur at the church Jars was appropriated; to be appliedon ,I everyone is cordially invited to be II Grandma soaks the dirt ,
t ; of the Holy Redeemer at nine o'clock'' rental for the school lunch room {present I out. .si it Grandma's

''on the morning of Wednesday, FeblAV. for all of which the Mothers-Teach- r the
I Powdered Soap into
-- - ers' club extends most cordial
ap- water. Up come the } '
; N:: preciation.i THE BAPTIST CHURCH .
: :i Saturday, February 11,?the club splendid suds. In sothe
: 'i will entertain at a dinner at the Sunday evening at six-thirty the clothes. A little
,t' CASINO Chapter House Nearly fifty guest'! B. Y. P. U. will offer the following while and they are

are invited to this "Feast of years! I I program at which special music p clean with hardly a bit '
iwill be rendered-to which all e
and banquet dinner. There will be mem- I this
of rubbing-start
f I no meeting of the club on Friday, bers and visitors ore cordially invited:
fJ:. :< WEDNESDAY FEB. 15 February 17. Bible t\tiv-Th. Sermon on The S e quick, easy, way of

., .t, 'J.- ? ,*' I, Mrs. .Celeste: T J. Fripp, President. I street.Mount. Leader: Miss Irma Over- washing today. '

} I How the Christian Should Do His I alt. Larger
!< ,One Day Only ,Deeds of Charity. Fred Lupfer. I ratkag.

'dN*'" I I HELD LAST MONDAY j I Teachings 'bout Prayer. Miss I
: Nina )>
:' #k' ADMISSION : : J 15c ud 3Sc ,man's A business Missionary meeting Society of the of Wo-the 1 I About Sutton.Fnntirtg? Miss Mary Sphere I

*. .::1';J1 Methodist! church was held on Monday 'Sutton Sincere Devotion to God. A. J. Grandma'sPowdered

/ afternoon. Reports wt're'tead by i Jr.
';Ii*< I|I A Farther Illustration. J. M. John-
,1).W'GIUPl'ITH: the local treasurer, Mrs D. G. Mc- 1 ,
,stonL' __
'. Kay, \the corresponding secretary" ,I
9 sonauy9hrents Mrs Oscar E. Young, and the correspondent 1 Reading. -Hazel Overstreet. v .
.' \, of the Missionary Voice, ,
1. Mrs. T. N. Clark. Mrs. J. L. Over. SoapThe
''O:' iANc1rn R.r, DAY. street and Mrs. T. J. Maroney were FOR PLEDGE PAYMENTS ,

: elected delegates to attend a meeting
a 11fk i1+CS jl : in Jacksonville nert month with Mrs. Sunday, March 26, has been denigrpited -L- .

..L.JI.JngramandJHrS'- JI. _"B_ "WorldSnndayllUjJwhen- -Globe-Soap Company Cincinnati Ohio -
Persons .alternates. Books have ,throughout southern Methodist ter.iritory ?
THE FALL 'arrived for Mission Study, and sessions -, the mind of the church will be
I will be held on the second and refreshed and Instructed concerning! I
(fourth in each the missionary centenary, and prompt
Mondays month- %
4 2F BABYLON commencing next Monday. Everyone payment of pledges will be' urged: YOU. CAN BUY GRANDMA'S POWDERED SOAP AT k
: is invited to attend these meetings It has been named as a time for an

tJ" in order to form an interesting intensive campaign 1n the Interest or Taylor System : ;

t ,- +50,000 PlAYtOS TK6 PACT clasp' centenary collections, when every '. ,' ;, u,' ,, , .sF.'C. : irrp ", ;'rs"", S
HUNOWD8 Of WILD member of the Methodist church in j ', Bryau C*. BOweI pros.' : ; '
BEASTS j. $ ." > ,' / #% ' i
? r. 4000 OANCJrtQ OIRU9,' FORMER KISSlM6lEE arrearages to this cause shall be.solicited " ,
Carr by local committees I for some' '; ; '""c"" i' '" '' ,R, S. FI.y. ; / IEco.o.y, Store ... ")' \ :
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IncUuivt PASSED AWAY IN VIRGINIA "("'':!" ' \'!' , : ' .,
;, payment on this,pledge. ,,. .( '' .,". .',' ,'I" _w .
*i ...'Q"I '"" \ ", ". ,\\\'Ji'.,,:'.}';... ". "<"''1" , T'
) ..
Tabi : '
I 1/0" .
I tadQe Joseph Keeper; formerly of YCtasimmee '. .. J, '''' '' ,'K.'F..: FIe... : "J..A..La.caster '" ..
died at Hampton, Virginia, # .
..- I gtt'tt on Saturday, February 4, following a STRONGLY SUPPORTEDMrs.
brief illness. He left a wife and five r
married children to mourn the loss of Lewis O'Bryan, who is at the
G 1>a -kind husband and father.: Because head of a committee soliciting funds I
4 1I of, illness of Mrs.Neeper, of 405) Clay I for the Wilson Foundation, is, with there has been no complete' lists of 7:30 p. m.-Friday. Teacher train. I This makes one retailer for every .Jj
k' sl4ttll, I'street Kissimmee, it was impossiblefor the aid of her numerous assistants, contributors turnpd in-but there ing else twenty-six families.Kissimmee.
', 1I her to attend the obsequies, which gaining much success. Some of the seems. to be an assurance that the All tourists and all home peopleare I I M
CO I were held at Hampton. most enthusistlc in the county are amount forwarded' fromthis county cordially-invited to attend all the :
a, age} I I coritfributing tbeifr full ability will be a very snug sum.. ' services of this church. Grocery

The wisest married man is he who, and there have been found very few. I
.. knowing his wife is right, keeps the,if any, democrats who have failed to NOTICE CkrUf Church II I 23 BROADWAY '
"r } fact to hlmi-elf. make donations. Up to this time.TOMORROW (Pentecostal) 1
: To My Friends and Patrons: This Corner Brack and Oak Streets .
l' __ 'L' Acros Fr.. Osceala c.a.., Baak

F' IIIIIIIil1111111IIIIIIIIIIiI" IIIIIIIIIII/IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIII/ 11111111111111111111111nlllllllllllllglllIIIIIIIIIIIIIL\ { I If Is interest to :notify in the you Bank that of I Osceola have sole County my-, R. D. Walker, Minister. I, fGR -

:r i : : and am again devoting) -nay entire Parsonage Rear of Church. Phone 326 .
time to the practice of medicine.

,., ... .- ft-4te T.M. RIVERS, M. D. I 10:00: a. m.-Sunday school. 'Inter.
== national lesson. Classes for all ages

,r.' I- : .'., . == PERTAINING TO CHURCHES i' 11:00: a. m.-Divine worship. Ser ,
mon. Special bible teaching. r
Cnrbtiaa Church .7:00: )p. m.-Divine worship. Evan-
== :'gelistic Message. Inspirational Sing'
I'r rP rw A 5"wJitK1
3 Rev. J. G. Waggoner, Pastor. ing. ,

.... == 10:00 a. m.-The-bible school meets' 7:30 .p. m. Thursday.. JPralxe. Teetimony. -
'The e Bank Withthe = to; study "Elisha and the Shumanite Preaching.Everybody
cordially invited to all
': : == Woman services. ." "Pray." "Be.
I."c.' -- = Good music, good teachers. Ail-not lieve." .
already in Sunday schools are cordially "
':' ; I/- : a , '
t 11'' Ability === invited. i 1 I ".
== 11:00 a. m.--Sermon. Subject: )

'd' =-= "Paul; at Athens." u ,I,FOR 8AI.R or trade--Eliclity acre lit v
5' v -... 7:80 p.m..-Sermon. Subject: ; land In Uranrt .Travel, county.Michigan. .
ti There i i. that ha and that is
; 't one day no man ever seen = "God's .Fourth Volume to Man. 1 I,I What have you to overt
j 5'I Willingness Address: I'ogtofHoe Uax 418. KUslin-
I I. ', _' To-morrow. It never = 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer'meeting. mee. t0
e x Yfw
5' Subject "Moses, the Father -
?:\ to Serve == of Democracy." WANTED-Lady; married or widow

.' '., 's :.. -no woman-no child has ever succeeded in life = All members expected to be present The Can Inn after|"o"HI..1.nix |In the H\Palle evening ,,r ,,.

'f' : who put off Banking until TOMORROW.Delay has = and be hosts to cordially welcomed, Sea Mr. Kvan t
? all and friends to all services i.
:' .1 I DfPOSnS INSURfD wrecked more lives and caused more human misery than FOR H A f.K-;-Ford tourliiK car. I.
"r, running condition VrrV ..10.....,. Address This Coffee demonstrated and served
'. ; all the wars the world has ever known. $1.00 placed today = I :: 1'ontofnt'f Ilox 418, KlMnlinme .Free
Church at Our Store all
St. John's (Episcopal) x day Saturday
.: II"J. : .. in an Interest Account at the Bank of Osceola County sr .. The public cordially .invited. .
WANTEn-Man with car to .11 best
=' S is worth $1 JJOQ you start with;, some day in thee = Rev! L. IL Klrkby", Rector. Ford.oil iruaKa mad.;: $10U |wn work
and extra commlffMlona. Henton
'r:" '\ '. futures -but never will. Why not today) == Septuageaima Sunday. Harbor Ac-cvUDorlca Compaei.Ara.. 0_ '
; -" ,. ... .. . -- 1I1.Cburchschool.: Ion Harbor Michigan.WANTKO -A FEW ;
_-" -- _- : -1.'I --- 5h ---,----------- --' '--- -. - = 9::43'- ; SPECIAJtST:
lr. . 11:00 amv:-Divine Wlorshlp with . ,
ale"man with par tn travel
,. I =_= Morning Prayer and Sermon; Theme: thus county with' butte lid proposition. Dandy Brooms, each __4_ ....._4c

t", =1 I."Lukewarnmess.Special bible class" at-9:45 a. m. to once. 1Jol.Writ. fur iii-opualllon I'oatoffV, .. Rox at :1 Large Fancy Prunes l Ib.__*C____ISc,
111, Lakeland Florida.
=- be conducted by W A. Hamilton, to -Hc Choice Evaporated Peaches; lb..20e, 4 ',
rtiI which cordial invitation U extended. FOR 8AL.EW- -P er Oaldnrtourlno Fancy ''
a 1(10 mode; Creamery Butter Ib_____4Sc
car ham been
Sojourn Kissimmee are cor- run bat 114>00 miles: hew curd ttMson Full Cream Cheese Ib____;: _..__30e, x
this service ?
dially. invited to new fabric In front -
Will take work team a. part _y.m.nt"oRd Belt.White Bacon lb.i:-_,_lSe/ ;

Bank.of.'Osceola.Counfyl Mttlixflrt.' CUrch .Ileaaon for selllnir security- *d for a runabout.balance Smoked Breakfast Bacon, Ib.:.:.ZSc,
'I' J. A. Ray. til Broadway: Sliced Breakfast
Bacon Ib.L3.c':
'Rer. R. F'H ett,..Pastor. telephone 40. ; s
.., -. -, .. Shredded Wheat package :
V:45> ,'af nv=Sunday'-school..x '. ... POltT: : :".IZlfae '
'' ,POLITICAL>ANNOUNCEMENTS'eoscovNcu a.ti.'patka.o.; : .Ile'
11:00 the
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a.- m-Preaching by ,p.s-
; 'Hours. .9..' A. "Af. (0:3'. ;: ,P.. M.. >', : Pur..,flog Lard; IbJi: ;; i._::.,_._1Navy '

.: c tor.6:00;.Senior ;,League devo; M.r, 1.. Arjtiy RoastlBeeffcin: _. ': 1de' :'
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- tional'exercise w' , 'I win'be"a''cmndtdat. clty'Couhhetimaa .
for ,
I'- ., .,. . . "_ '7:3O'p.'' -Preaching bythe pa > for the.two years term itapproaebln ,the Beam; 3 vIbArbttckkT ,_.._.. ... .._..",_ZSe,
i'.d' !' ... ton ,' : :: .. -. '," .''-. the white prlmarr..t the' and .willvoter ofKt.slmne..v :Colf*.' ............'........... ( :.
p'I appreciate support ,
3:3O p.'m.-.W.dnasday Children'story I shall-ro Into w -wDee'SfattI "'"
t hou office with, t\o promlar* t. any one. -! 1t.i'
, : and will perform mr ,duties .W1th1>ut
; Prayer
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feat. or-.favor.-. -- -' :$ Y.OiPnceToA :: t
-meetings. ; r..Nl, -\R'K., ; ,.

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