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 17, 1922
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01051
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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:: ;. THE (FEAST OF- YEARS CANDIDATES 'PLENFY' .

Hooch-Hunters Skim City Women Voters Must Register


A T CHAPTER HOUSE IN ,COMING ,PRIMARYFOR ,



Se.c.urihgSeveral Arrests MADE HAPPY .HEARTS .EVERY. VACANCY To. Participate In The Primary .



: Small Amount of Stuff FoundRevenue Splendid"Gave Pleasure)I'Af.'tr'' ;'Saturday To Many Afternoon Of Toe State WiU" Democratic Meet At-Jacksonville Executive' *Committee To. Com. :Which Is To :,Occur In June ..


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Among the tn'ost' charming social 1 To make full\ arragenicnta for the '
Officer Scour City For Evidence REDUCED PRICE OF MILK I affairs-. held irt. Kissintmee in recent prlmary4obeheldon' / Tuesday! June PATRONS'OF ,THE CASINO Weaken AM Strongly, Urged ''To Is*,. I

of Illegal Liquor Selling And ONE-FIFTH IN ONE YEAR years was the banquet at the Chapter -' 6, that date being the first Tuesday GATHERED 2862
Make Several Arrest I House Saturday afternoon. Scv. after the first Monday in that month) *. Primary and June Primary
This, week: the Sanitary Dairy eral months ago a. member of the the state democratic executivo committee "Pick some cans and save :a dime" '
Vl H. Scbreck'rleral; ; prohibition Company is announcing another reduction Mothers Teachers Club suggestedthat will moot in. Jacksonville next was the motto of Manager. Dan Ash- Regardless of whether; women 'of '
: agent and his assistant. 'W... L. Coop- I in the price of milk-to become the club should have,a dinner inJhonorof..friendawhahave..beenJong Wednesday ford the latter part of the week and voting age registered in 1920 it ia''
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11 er, wbo it is claimed weri--brought- effective-cm.-Wedne8dayMarch1. Althou _thiels_. ..what,]in termed'an'the huge crate in front of the- Casino- #][most essential that-..ihey re-regl8tf--<, ?
!, t to!>> Kissimmee by two interested parties . This makes a total reduction in in Kissimmee", who have made the 'off-year* there are to 'be many of. ilday .fLernoon-lndlcat tnat hiji,at the present stage of the political\ .'
were about (\he'city last week the selling figures of twenty percent trails in thoughts as well an in forest fleers elected in Florida among plan of helping to clean the city wasa I game. The men know what'their
.' and on Saturday .' night: raided the since Lee Roger instituted the dairy dense; the fruition of 'holle'mental ,' which) are the ,following: success. "If anyone doubt the duty I Is regarding the registration
_ Busy Bee cafe and the billiard 'hall business a year. ago. For the first and. bodily toil we enjoy. today. . One United States senator four number of cans each one will bo give-l I yet even they in many instances fall
'.. of Guy. Hammock. '. At the latter several ,I months there was a partner' .'' members of congress; two justices of en the"opportunity to count the col far. amiss in their duties. -
place they apprehended Kenneth ship in the business-then, Mr. 'Rog- !j I A roster was 'made of persons i ofseventyfive the supreme! court; two embers of lection, said Mr.' Ashford. As explained by the supervisor of
Branson and Don Sevler.- although I era bought the equity;, of his partner, years- and over.' There ,the railroad: commission; sixteen ju j The movement was an excellent, registration there 'Are'-three sets of
there were no- arrests made. The of i land I has since been 'conducting the ,pie regret that mistakes were made- dlcial'circuit judges; eight state attorneys -, one and was a big help in the way poll-books in this county. One of ".j.' ,r
*.fleers found\ two gallons of blackber- business/ for himself I|I some friends omitted. Neatly sixty! ; sixteen state senators! whose of a cleanup. It stimulated the eradication ,these book contain the names of the f
ry in I I.I Mr. has certificated to show Invitations were mailed. terms expire with the next general of the surplus debris, saved a registered and legal voters in this )
[ in theer rhtheyknfoud twongallons ,,,that, his nerd of cowsxis free from I I I For the occasion the Chapter 'election, and two vacancies created lot of the work for the rubbish man, 'pcitp as, well as of the city ,,of, Saint ,
['". of hooch. The matter was taken under I,disease. a andt show also that his House was put in' gala attire and a among the "hold-over" senators; and gave many children a nice entertainment ,Cloud. Another set contains then.mel
advisement. I'premises, all paraphernalia are ':committee, with Mrs. L. H. Ingram members of the house. of 'representa- for the work of a few of the legal voter of the. M

Mr. Hammock said that the wine ,kept.In cleanly condition lie is also as chairman arrangedthe feast. tives: county commissioners; county moments. county, entire. A third set contain .'
'." was there in his premises as stated planning>other changes-all of which Long tables with elegant appointments boards of public instruction" ; supervisors the name but that it had been deposited' thereby 'will add to the value of his plant ,,, of beautiful damask cut .of registration; justices of the )1 VISITED TAMPA FAIR I with which he or she affiliates. ,
*" ,other parties, presumably who 'which is located near the old silo on. glass, choice silver, bud vases with peecs; and constables wherever vacancies 1 ,The time for registration of 'those
intended to take it away as soon as the road to Hilliard's : sland.'Kissimmee :,:elegant buds and roses attractive have occurred since the last Mr. and Mrs. W. A, 11111 Mr and who propose to vote in the) coming,'
possible, believing that there was,no j. b.fortunate that so excellent menu and place cards, all gave material general election. i Mrs. A. R. Dennis, Bert Johnston, R. .i iB. ''Kissimmee primary is very very
crime in the act. The hooch was a dairy service: .is being main ,, beauty. On each ivory linen The turns of sixteen; circuit judges: Keller Murphy Keller. Grady ,,short. Not a moment Is to be lost' '
.: ,found in the building. owned by Mrs. ,,tained. There seems to be no complaint napkin "Kissimmee's own Miss Jean" will expire during the date of the ,Babb and F.A.. Babb all of Shingle',in looking after the payments of the '
[f RoT., Butler; in which she had stored ,: from any patron against the pinned sweel peas for a boutonnalre. ('general election in 1924 for which Creek filled two cars for a trip to'''poll-taxes' time is very close, 'and, i .
F-;; Borne junk and which was supposed* I i Sanitary .Dairy; and should there bef I\f Covers were laid for fifty-four (re- ''there' iwill be contestants. Among the fair in Tampa on Saturday. They it behooves ,those who desire to 'par-"
". to be padlocked-Mr. Hammock hav-j|:Mr. Rogers stands: ready to make a trrets-haring', been sent by those who these are the following: In the fifth report. pleasant trip and a splendid ate in the primaries, either....'' V
(ing no jurisdiction over it. Someone .proper adjustment or correction. :could not come) and twenty platen!''district' W. ck. of Ocala, fair. both of them toimmediatel,- get' \
he says must have broken into the -- - -- --- .1[were served to club members after whose term expires on June 11, 1923; I, busy. Every man or woman of legal '
place for the purpose! of storing the the guests retired. ;Sixth M. 'A, MrMullen.:! Clearwater '''age' should be-proud to exercise their'
stuff. I JUDGE MURPHY KNEW 1 I At the close of the dinner fvhirh with next senate; Seventh James W. : COMMERCE BODY HAS franchise either that or forever'
At the Busy Bee cafe the officer.* had been aerved at one o'clock the ,Perkins IVLand, June 29. 1923;Tenth. keep silent regarding the work done
:. were Ignorant of just whose name ;, guests remained at tables for the I j[John S. Edward, Lakeland. June 11, by those who are selected.xl I. "
should be entered in the complaint SOME GOOD PEOPLE program of toasts and music. Mrs. I,! 1923; Twelfth G. \V. Whitehurst. Arcadia ; A GET-TOGETHER FEED(I i Edgar D. Katz Is extremely anx'. a '
when the one gallon of hooch was Fripp the toastmaster In her happiest !I May :30, 1923; Thirteenth F, ious that.haste be taken in, completing
,, found. Mr. Schreck said that he arrested mood welcomed the friend who ,,M. RobeK. Tampa June 29, 1923; ,preliminary; actions regarding*" V"
a young woman who at ffrstgave were born when men as.well as hous- {:'Fifteenth E. C. Davis, West Palm IN FULL ROTARYtlSTYIEl( 1[proper''registration, and to that/ ef- :'
the name of Boatright.: and she AND NAMED TICKET es were made of stronger staff than ,|Beach,, June 13, 1921; Seventeenth f.cth&'ls: publishing today H special .
was taken to Tampa on Sunday. On' T V today. She interspersed happy felicitations i;:Charles! O. An9rews, Orlando. JuneS pleadment to that end; Prospective
Monday she appeared before the'' Aa''Ma; Meeting- Agreed To throughout the program ::': 1923. Plan T* a.ur.MeetiDI Time To ),voters'ehouldheed. ,, the call--and "pre-l'
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of which with tender The terms of eight district !
court and entered a plea guilty was so replete prose- par today. ,
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paid the fine assessed and was released Bunneu-Then Woke Up To The memories. I jcuting I attorneys will. expire before Luncheon Hour Every Thursday to I

from custody. Mr. Schreck Fact That Action Was Sudden '' Each toast and every number of |general election of 1924. and these Get la Greater Concord ,DOES-MANAGEMENT .CHANGE
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stated on Wednesday that he thought: song or story was a gem complete: height' positions will be filled at the j MEAN;CLOSING OF CASINO '
_ the liquor was placed in the cafe There was u ma"s! meetingjield at To describe or modify them would i Jugs primary. Numbered among thofHst There was the first I 'of'' a. tfefies oil'I .e- -'!.' My .
x" without the knowledge of the owners tho Chamber of Commerce yesterday be to mar their-- eauty.. Befoco,, ,id- !! ar' the tent*-\Jiistrict D.Q.R 6g- luncheons at the. Chamber -of-.Cent)r H..Aahtonl."mo-bar1: ade-- "
-of the place.): shortly after the noon hour-although'ding adieu the; guests tat.hered'on j|l era, of r.akeond.hoseterftt expires meree- held .yesterdaynoon---motto in'''such success in the management, of,
Tuesday night these same officers there had been no announcement giV'en the lawn and photographs were made. I|July 4, 1923; Fifteenth, .George W. the style of the meetings of Rotary the.Ca.lno.-even under many adverse-.. .
placed a negro Jesse McNeill under of such! an event. And tho cleverness -> The menu cards were very attract,,Coleman, West Palm,, Beach with the and it proved so pleasing a success:Conditions no longer .in":'control.He .
arrest for the selling of hooch. His with which the matter was tive folders. On the first page wan (I j next senate; Seventeenth, Joseph J. that it was resolved to endeavor to has been relieved by C. A.;. Thorn
cane was heard in the municipalcourt rushed through by the sedate and the announcement of "The Feast of'j j. Jones, Orlando June 9, 1923. have these promptly: at the'' noon ton, 'who has teen connected ,with the .,< ,
Wednesday morning and a fine clever Judge ,T. M. Murphy proves Years." Then came the following. The supreme court justices whose hour each Thursday "+'., present corporation" even longer' .
ot- fifty dollars and costs was assesa-__thath&Ja a ,,menu: terms will expire' are Taylor and. The principal speaker-at'this meet- than Mr. A hftil; Who '.was--t">..;,u, ,,.
..m..sterbalULat..aueh..li1.l--- -- -- --- ------ --
.. odby DZt/yor May-= A -- tie thlngx. ', Ooul1lo11 f Drown;: The rotlradcommissioners"IngTwaEdward. :;; iJlJe7 rRurrnymede 'd red 1O a.lmmee and take
: The officers said Wednesday morn, Following the luncheon ;given by Flaked Chll-kpii Mashed Potato-.* !who go: out of office are Burr and Lodge who handled. 'many charge-"It.is the. custom:of the present '
E '''Ing that a warrant .had been (isnuej the Chamber of 'Commerce at. which ]';;111.-i OoMiwrvof.u. hulls CcmpbMl. topics in a manner that was interest*' owners of the long chain of mo;,' '
[r against Guy Hammock in the Matter some forty were presentthere are Front Salad WafrmKv i Theta will also Ire nineteen' state ing taking up for one thing tho tion-picture houses to make .these. : '
of the investigation -of Saturday 110 members-and afte.r the 'adjournment Crvam: Ansel. Kimd,. CakColTee senators to be elected. needed publicity. that Kissimmee and'changes frequent: intervals .:.....and'' *,
'night.. Evidence had been secured -the matter of the: coming elec- Milk" 1 Thus It may be noted! that notwithstanding Osceola county sorely _._require.' lie there 1 I. 'not: the slightestfriction" between .'
.they stated which justified such ac.tion tion came in casual Every I ,the "off-year" claim illustrated his talk and gave'' visible 'the two -,men:- they,. ,having'a
up a way. The following toasts! and there will be inconsiderable his assertions of which,been for half ,
,- but gave, no details regardingprecieely member present was in favor of a responses no. proof of --all "pals" a -dozen. years;
: what proceeding would be commission (form of !I were given with,Mrs. Celeste Frippas I amount ot politics scattered about were corroborated by other speakers. but'' the publichas' become accustom'cd -\ k
taken., formbut,governmentamanagerial in the meantime i toastmaster. t :. ,4':)i.r; ::1W' : and. over the state during the current ; .Space forbids in this i.sue'afull : to "Dan,'', and would Ufce to.have ,".- r
search ; ? ;. ''account of the actions of the gathering ,,him, retained here. P tWs hero
There were numerous$ places there is to be held an electionto i ''We. may bull morl'!i|>luiuti "lta4 year.
ed on Tuesday night-:but nothing of fill the coming.vacancies. The innovation I 110"s,- t vOlff ,C -,"i jmw-'Vi, rr4a.r*1+i "' "' ' ; '' ' ;; but''among,other things was a been circulated that-the sMR W M, 4
"an incriminating nature had been was! emphatically endorsed Wen.. 'may', and nil. with'our, sculpture*roomll ,with._ ,] pOI .1111'14 W1LLYAPPOINT; HUNDREDS solid endorsement of the commission- 'change ,made, is., Ihe ,. ,1 loosH. .IMM. ement. -.
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sculpture' '
a. ,found. '" 1_thus yielding' to the project that : But we ('/\.lIOot. " rs; ,l- 1' OF'INCOME TAX AUDITORS managerial: form of government for / f *" "?. .r
I i tBuyiwIth I old .aswlatlona." Mr Thornton;, i in.-charged ii i V' "
Kissimmee. ; now ayoung
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"We wish to treat everyone fairly :; I\ ,
was long discussed The Gazette :: ;
by : The old .. K I' (.ll"Where'er 1 Other details of the will who knows"the plcture.:1.: "
said Mr. Schreck. gathering man 'Ii
In these matters, during the and is still I whatever. realm .
past year endorsed roam The collection of United States'' internal
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be considered"later. usiness-and I Ia most likeabi.man.Heia .,
"It is no crime to have a few quarts by that papr. to ti;<% is a' .
Ab' heart untravelvd fondly turns tiThen revenue taxes big jo'b. makinggood the new
house or on among
in private
of liquor any Then Judge Murphy took the floor ." More than FEDERAL
theta 20,000 governmAit em- '
do not make } acquaintances he' |le forming through .1'
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any preml.ea-and we and declared that able and and Now-Mr. ( ardner.SoloMiss .
competentmen ) in this work 7 -
have belief ployes are engaged: ,- 'the services of Mr, Anhford., Neitherman J
any search unless we a should be nominated and endorsed Patsy Maklnaon. 800 of whom are attached to the income 1 li. N. Brattonr of Kissimmee h". the
of ,Do You R..melllbc-Arll. Van inaer.'Aut tell 'with of
sold disposed can accuiacy ,
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that being is it fair by those gathered. The rapidity I ,< faithful memory buck Bliall no tax unit. This latter figure! includes this week been in Tampa haying future policy of the house-until the. .c:
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in an illegal manner. with which he carried his point To hone deer scenes of Ionic ,. that final decision shall be' made by the, ., wti0
to give publicity to the fact a shows that his_ ability has.alwaysbeen Old Sweetheart' of Mine"---! rll. ,,
inspectors of income tax returns whoare'employed >- llrt..F.R.Ednt. it '
when T"T.upfferiTomorroWT : men higher but is whispered
searched
home or place was ''J under-rated. Someone suggestedthat -Hev.. R., F. Hudurlt in Washington and in i kosee also, is in Tampa being a that some change up will be made fattIler -!' '
nothing was f?und. We are tryingto i if the Judge knew precisely who I "To fresh field and pastures new." " in the ..court.I .
the field. grand Juror same .. .
be very careful to make no mis should be placed in office as councilmen PIAno .olo-.Ml.i> HuU n.. NNotwithstanding I than .what. has- been ,announced..

takes. We- are working for instructions the government : he should name them and all I The invited\ guests were A. A. Ab I the civil service commission this largo states force[ I i' IS SHY 'ONE GUN 'CALLED TO BEDSIDE' ; ,

and we take our would support them. One second ibott, Mrs, Ackerman Mrs. Emily .that tie bureau of internal 'OF DYING DAUGHTER't ': .
from the government. But when we later he named J.. M. Johnston Car- Barrett Mrs. M. C. Bandy Mrs. needs several hundred more auditors revenue i! Frank Wilson, at Marion, Ohio t j
have evidence from several from that IndI-they son Farmer and I. P. Timmons--and I.Brown Mrs. George Bass! J.' N. 'and inspectors for the income tax who has been making his home at re. J. B. McN; t of Brack..street t ;V '3
have bought liquor search. some Sometimes two moments later. the crowd had jCrafton., Mrs.. E. P. Caldwell, !Mrs. unit and that an examination to fill I the. residence of the Prevattt. at bog \\1e1lneaday..w..eaUed-to the bedf dst.,
vidual we make the has liquor made an agreement to vote as one Cline, Mr.- and Mrs. Coryell Mr. and I these positions will be held throughout ,. Mabbette street had the' misfortune aide of her daughter.' 'Mrs. 'E. : If. '
convinced man
we are, cannot find it. yet we know man for the three named IMrs. M. Conner; Mrs. Chapelle Mr. ,: the country on. Wednesday March i to have the garage in which his carnight. Short,.,..in Valdonta, by announcement;
but we has-it somewhere i Mr. Johnston begged to be excused Dollins. J. L. Denning, Dr. and Mrs.Derbyshire 8. The entrance salaries offered I ia stored entered on Tuesday .of the latter' serious illness*'A meat' '
full well that he with Kiaslmmee saying that a* he had resigned Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gardner range from $1,800 to $3.000 a year. The thief or thieves made off .withbrandnew sage received by'iMr. McNeillyes.' : '
through i
We are not yet have from the same position few months Mr. and Mrs. J. B: Hale Mrs.Mcfntosh 'Advancement will depend upon demonstrated his fine searchlight and a terday morning announced the, death xiI
and shall soon ..
-- we Gazette" after he had been elected for two Mrs. E. L. Livermore, Mrs.R. efficiency. New I Up to this time no traces of the of 1\lrl. Short,,'although no detail I ',
:aome news for The years there wax no reason for the O. Livingston, Mrs. Jennie Lowell are given a six-weeks course of training sthieves have been found. were given as to whether the mother'

people to think he would not repeat ,Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McNeil),. Major i, in the technicalities of the income, arrived t in time to see her daughter.
the act. He suggested another mantflhis'steadCareen a nd Mrs JHurphy,-. Mrs.: HetteIgdi! -:, jtsT law find are paid fuU fi>Tp> during ? -DEATHCAMEiUDDZNLYTO before. dqath enmml. (
y -PROMISING'PROGRAM ; ; Fai ttter wavered"in TMrn. Meek Ittr. and Mrs. Overholt such instruction. Full informaitlo ., FORMER KISS1MMEE1TEI' I
; ., his tracks And hinted that his ,Mr.. and Mrs. II. M. Porter Mr. anti and application blanks may be ob- AT, AN_ADVANCED AGE ,
- business needed all his timer bur-sugi.gest -iMrs. W; Gallagher Mrs Plummet stained .from the United States CIvil i "WCrd"was "received- In" KlftVminea -- -LOVED LIFE SUPSlOUT t
AT SUNDAY-CONCERT *>d, as did Mr. Johnston that Mr. I Mrs. G: O. Roberds Mrs. Ringdall, t Service Commission Washington, D. yesterday from Luther Mershon of 1- ;
.iTimmons was precisely the man to 'Robert Uobotham Mrs. Strickland or from the postoffice in any city, Miami that his mother Mrs. M.. I* Miss Mary' 43:tease;; ; who (h.f; '. o
fill one of the positions and felt I Mrs. S. F. Roberson W. A. Skinner, Mershon had passed out, and that been making,':hor home, at,the resl-.. ,
-. THAT WILL PLEASE sure that nothing: could prevent his Miss M. Snodgrass Mr. and Mrs J. i Farmers are becoming aware ol(r the funeral would be held thi* tt'rj.> 'dence of Mr. and Mrs' A. ,T. Snod-. J
election once he had qualified. Mr. ,(,j. Tucker W. T. Vail, Mrs. F. Jr-Van the fact that putting farming on II I day), morning. Mrs. Mershon was a i crall.f 21& Patrick street,. passed i'
Timmons kept quiet and allowed Duzer, Mrs. ''Wemple, Mr. and Mrs. sound business basis is up to them,, former resident of Kissimmee and I away yesterday morning at: the ad- '
Musician. Are Rendering More Pleat- others to do the talking and the discussing. I U M. Williams Jtfrs. J. W. Watson. and that by organization they can-re-: will be remembered by many. She was i', vancxed age of eighty-one.years. Miss

lag Air Each Sunday Many |,Mrs. Yo yell, and the Kissimmee cleji -- :duce cost of production. Secretarj t, a sister-in-law Mrs. C. V. Beardon,, Snodgraas.was .a native of Fincastle. 7
I The information was given that Wallace. of Emmett street, and had many. intimate -, Virginia where ahe'wA' born in.1840.;
.Pleasing Comment Are Heard the three should take immediate stepsto ,\ : ... .w \ friends in this city. ,She,.vt+lit be ,n ..ed'bycher' imme.

"' of the have their announcements in this d00440004040,4If ......... ........ ...................!. *" ,dlate family. "and a large circle 'of
1 Each succeeding appearance issue of The Gazette. But one of the ',NEAR RELIEF friend.. Funeral service will be'
local band on Sunday afternoon is trio came to the office-and he de- : held from',her. late residence at elev.n .lfj
j HAS BEEN GRATIFYING;: f
an assurance that a pleasing concert clared that unless the others went in I o'clock' this, morning: and. Interment *. .,
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is to follow. Audiences are increasing his announcement was not to appear. : The response;! workers for Neai r will. be had at Rosehill 'I Xeme.s .', % ,,
a In site and applause is also It will be advisable to notice the con- *
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hat '
Cast( Relief throughout Florida .tary.,
,;, strengthened as notable improvement dhdates' column in this issue Ifs Your Size Just Wear Itt been- gratifying"according to the 1 -
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CONVENTION
'. is noticed the excellent I. DISTRICT ,
among per- .
.. .auspictouenext TOOLIN THE EAST COAST . statement of Rev. A. A, Murphee : -
'!o -w". lormera.If..the-waather- 1.\ - - .. -- - BtatepchBlrman He is- 'more"-the n .+-,. .. -..-., :f
Sunday afternoon Director J. D.: t the''W,
; The district convention of.
f'J' Woodbeck announces that the following | Mr. and Mrs O: C.:. Daisy and Mr, : satisfied with the various county organizations a C. T. U. Will be held at the'Baptist +'
> and feels that under th
i. program: will be rendered at they i and Mrs. George W. Daisy. who are If you can't be an asset to your own town- 'church. In Kissimmee next Friday'M r
adverse business conditions the re,
r''. city park: making- Kissimmee their winter home, If you can't lay good thing about it; : to the of these sufferlnj 'morning!"at nine o'clock, called. to k
cause
,,,. ,.. March-Ohio Division i have been spending considerable timethi. sponse order \-Mrs. J. E. Riley' 'district,;,
fey
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Dragon King is the true bi
If can't urchin due ta
when it'. being down only
-'.''Overture-Th. Golden season in. visiting all points of you oppose run ge president. Miss Neal of Jacksonville :
Shades of Night .lnt.rmetzo_._ 'Interest throughout the .state -r.. and' And they're saying bad thing to flout it; hearted generosity of the good peopl< state president," will: attend all dI

.... '(\.. '..__..,__________T.Freldlsndt'fo I ,j have'just,.returned from.a'trip: down of the state. sessions.; "There'Will be a noondayluncheon .
If yoti'caa't'say: "Thi city look good to Mrs, G. Mft Best,_ who hasbeeiIcoU.ig r.
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Alpine Sunset Wattos-,._..___-Kin?1 the east coast. They .vdrove from me-' ,at" the'Newbv'Inn with as
: .itetion'from""Maritane.Wallaco i',.Kl limm.. direct *.to ;.Melbourne -- "Although there_ may be Tome. chance miter Coo workc la Osceofc I. interesting .."Round-Table..", .' '
I.le.of. Pahns Tropical In. _-,thence; south: Said a member, of tmee'quartet county' has been an assiduous laborer .' ,be' asil "'"
The In the eveningthere )
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terludexH.J..2-:: -,--,.rtiol -* medal contest/ Three bicbschoolirla ., ,I ,
.'. (b) 'SUlen TChsea -_.,.$.._..Snyder Paint- Beach and ,Palm' Beach,, ,z'::. "Afjha: growth of the place .dvaacul"I I .-/ _ : 'J & .,of Kissimmeesame: : *vpleased I !
. )','' WVilt' Waalllo'4r ;:;:-T' MaUtya J'|lMMmt.'"Homestead;tthenvreturned byi '; ; "' number Saint Ooudvall. talent N
,Mar s t pfhgrjyietorjouMi'tFlfa.lo. {way .of',Coeea 43aint'AugustMeBatt..:, ::$;. Jf-|(+; .."ain't'. do th'i. with.en. fumeit;heart 7 TOCt/MUCH RED TAPB, ed readers from,:-will-contest 'for the;medal ..". -if

.. Legion i .ford, and Orlando-mitinjf conrsi. tI I *:_*,(,**. .?:;" V.t"," V..'r.;'eertainbr"trying: >, to' cjwa'in;;' '" \..' ...sKiogtonv-Beoaoae W' icedht t' t'which will presented by1II..t:' ;
\... .-Stat. 'i pangled :Bann. ,.May?ail .the Inter]jriiur' towns.. And yet, i*.',. *. And 4h 4>eJa .you can l1alt..topack' ; jrip'i ; commitment papers, Wallls. D Minnie Neal.0 cI jprograas:;- :-.r.. F
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after.drt' tt?which.waa.. very pretLty 7" -' Willis; a disabled soldier, was turn*I of readinca>lntertprod: -:with fine. C M' ,
f Captain O r Johnson hturited -we.:shltbeU ......selection..ofi : "' ':If' L And.beat,l -doggone'yo .L gust .bear.!it I ,'' '.;: ; away front government : hospitals t-" music asturee..-crowded hojweand.a :( ;\
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E? --and,1as! beengreeting*. ,many r. i The 'Classified ;Coleaneof: Thj I .*.. started vigorous-rovest i ktews/thtqn. a .certain.wajr I I 1>;.,

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T't.. BREATHE" BACK, THANKS ipocks.i .' undergone- -- --'-.'wonderful .revolutionary ''NEBRASKANS- MEET OLDFRIENDSJIN man asked her if she was Mrs: Boat--. 1

FOR KINDNESSES SHOWN ': 'I "I'd'go to my room and on, changes daring-the past fewI KISSIMMEEMr right. She replied in the affirmative '
:.1 THE WATCHER j[ something soft and flowing, t/t'ft'/: 'I' I ;years: We are all familiar with the I The reporter stated hla.business all4 '

*; Kind words and good deeds are .the lie on the couch and wait for you.I .'> i biff Improvement in transportaton and MM.: William; Baker, and said he would like to have her aide 1
,a; outcome of divine love In the heart. might fall asleep, for a fire always; methods, but the oldest industry bas the latter's mother, all 'of Ntligh, of the story of the raid. '
Such wad .the beautiful courtesy the, .- makes roe drowsy-then I'd wake to been tho most backward in the acceptance Nebraska, are' spending several weeks There was a Jaunty toss of, the .
: Mothers-Teachers Club extended' to ,Twai asked what U. S. of A. might. find two strong arms around me and or adoption of the new and up-, in Kisslmmee; making their' head- !head as she replied: "I haven't a, ,.
l r those whose hearts-beats'l"ount many'j' mean, two dear lips pressed on mine in a to-date methods of doing things, and 'quarters at the Palo< Alta, on Church thing to say!I" '
\ years. Han there! ever been before t He answered at once with avidity! ,long, sweet kiss." I that is the farming industry. Beinga Street; It so happens that the, visitors The reporter assured her that all
1 I ) anything'like, it? Certainly 'not i in ,"The boozers' blue-book defines it farmer I am vitally .interested in are old-time friends' of Mr. and he desired to have was her, explana
't r Kissimmco. Think. of the work land II thdes( LAKELAND MORNING STAR all farm improvements, and with this Mrs A R. Dennis, former residents tlon of the affair-adding that it was
';, time put into it, and the thought required ' i 'Unlimited Stretch of ArtJityV'I WOULD WRENCH WINDLER in mind .have spent years of time ''of Neli but now of Single Creek strongly rumored that she wa.. ar., 1'
1 to*bring about the smoothness I i The Dyed Cat Died J efj't'i'tho;; and millions in money in the development -and the quintette take much enjoy- rested, taken to-Tampa and was re;'
N,. with which the' plan was carried I A Florida girl who has been singling For the be e who are of the Fordson tractor, which I 'ment in reviewing former days. Thisis leased under'a bond of one hundred '
', through.The in New York city concluded that not so familiar with the new editor, really think Is one of the biggest peace the eighth winter that Mr. and dollars. Tfeere was another ,smile III;
table was a perfect picture,' her write Angora cat did not harmonize J. IL Windier of that paper at Winter sibue helps to profitable farming. Mrs. Baker have .spgnfc .Florida.. toss of tI)$> head, and the exclamation ..
;" spread with fine linen; the dining with the color scheme of her Park, which has been christened the "As a general thing the farmers.j --- : "I haven't been to" Tampa; and "
v F service dainty in every part of it; room, so she dyed the feline blue to Post!, we would refer them to the have bettered their financial conditions ALL FOR ,ONE: ONE FOR ALLI I'm not under bond; and you'd better .
j and the elegant dinner served by the match the draperies.. Now it is not gent s perambulations and connectionswith during the past eighteen months, i I -- ---- '-' -- be careful how you mention the '
loving hands of thou who preparedIt recorded that the Creator ever made the chicken business. in Lakeland but the production costs of farm prod-:I I Jeff Lee Davis! a newspaperman of Mrs. Boatright. ( Dose.
We "old folks" felt highly honored a blue cat, yet all was going- well and also his connection with the Tarn ucts are still too close to selling known over all the southern states I qunetly! The Gazette is very careful. j'j'name it itadding
It in being thus waited upon. Happiness until this dyed cat died and then theS. pa fair. The Tribune ought to be able prices to allow fair margins of profit., having worked upon dozens of plants I The reporter assured her that he
, seemed to permeate the at. P. C. A. had the lady .ar to enlighten a lot of the ignorant on What the farmer must do to put his in this state--died on Sunday, Feb- ould !! her statements _. '
nibsphere,"and tho fadeg-grthose! ; who" restedand ale oiTbe ,ounlt e magis--the--Winter-Park-Post-editor'a-.qua ir-- usinesa-of'n'pAy4ng basis 8to'T6w::!IruarjrSraiyeilflftjMiixathistempor; -- that would-Tike her aide=
ministered were as aglow with joy- trate on a charge of cruelty to pniinals. {- ications for puttlnaout most anything er the> cost of planting, cultivatingand ary home near Perry of '\the, story:; At that time W. II.
but the truth. That is' his I I '
so were the old faces of those who ] After hearing the case the why statement Harvesting of his crops.This Schreck, seated at one of the tables
were ministered unto. In the slender judge said: "I want you to go backto overdrawn about, Park Trammel! seemed so alone will increase his profits, and 1: Rab-My-Tism:. for Rheumatism__ I Isaid to the representative of The Ga,
and for the benefit J
of
vases placed at intervals along the Florida and stop dying cats}I" She our with this thought in mind it has become j I Izette: "Why not come to the menwho
length of the table were flowers heard, she promised, she obeyed. many readers we promise to give.his our constant aim to lower the I OBTAINING DETAILS I. made these raids T Wq will I
roses nodding gracefully and breathing A Movie Conscience full pedigree in the near future,-just price of the Fordson so that every j IS OFTEN DIFFICULT 'give a bit later all the details-. '
you
o out sweetness, and showing forth i) The moving picture syndicatei'have as soon as all the data can be col farmer in the land could afford to' j but tare-. '
) 'I ___ the wonderful JovolinesH _of. Cod'screative .spoiled! a-perfectly-(rood- postmaster'general 'ed. We promise.plrnty. t.dope..for.the ownone.It in-a-pleasure therefore Many wonder why It" ts '1hata ar.--trequenUy-yes' 1"
of the "
press state if what we heard to does not piiht all the
power.The announce through Ford dealersthat newspaper
by taking Will II. Hays and you which cast reflections: upon innocent
I Is true. He is 'chicken ':
fancier.
beautiful day of .serving and ; making; him national director of the some we have today decided that the news. I and my friend here have "u
Ifinv served in ended, but in the moving picture industry. Some say ; Lakeland Star tractor price should: again be reduced Here is a point at isnue. been parties.doing this work--and will give .'..'t
liearts of the participants seeds of I j f hat they found the movies needed a I I I Bad roads 'and bad and in considering a reduction, natur- A representative of The Gazette; the result in. time tor the coming; ,
tempers \loth
love and good will have been planted good old Presbyterian conscience) to keep folks ,J\ ally my') thought: has been:tor makeit 9:42: Tuesday night entered the Busy you of ;'
r _-seeds that will germinate and grow ft'oveMthem., hence their intrusion i, apartHome possible for the largest number of Bee Cafe which wax raided Saturday I Issue And the your duties paper.of a
newspaperman
and blossom. So dq we say: "BleoKed into President Harding'. cabinet, It farmers to share in the benefits to be evening, where it was claimed that continuous and conservative.
are the hflppinoss-makem" "the has been evident for'along time,that I, derived through the uce of our tractor four quarts of hooch wan found. are '1
Mothers-Teachers Club." .this great business. ought to have a {, Demonstration Column and consequently, effective Friday An attractive young woman fame I 666 Malarial Fever. -?
J MRS. E. T. CALDWELL, I conscientious management and it is January 27, the now price of the to the counter, and the newspaper- cures ;
One Of The Old Ladlt>... to be hoped that Mr. Hays will' produce Fordson tractor will be $395, f. o. b. ''
it. May the time noon come ..when WISH ALBINA SMITH Itetroit. This is a wile $230 off the (w W{4+. < + +++ {+'..+.++++...++.+++..........4+. +y
ALL FOR ONE: ONE FOR ALL In amaze ': present price, and in making
BOOSTING YOUNG VETERAN I While Will Hays j I. this reduction we have taken upon i
Bumps and flaysIn -- ourselves a gigantic task In the re '
Raniur, Maryland.-Stephen F. the days J! auction' of manufacturing; coats, still'!; Women Must Register j ;kt
I Preparation For Orange Pectin that task, in !
Tillman, "youngest war veteran, en- Of this phase I my opinion, is not larger
listed 14 His I Of the ', than the farmer's problem of ,
at years. story was reported craze
by the American legion post We will raise One and one-fourth pounds white and I am gMd to do my today j" l lIT
within .I Shout of portion orange peel; half pint water; bringing about a period of increased
I and
Mt Washington; D. C., a praise, Would Vote
I two tablespoonfuls of lemon juice.
week he had received t two offers to "Bully for Hays!" prosperity for the farmer. Your part If They 1
Cut the from the
join the movies and had been electedlira )I If he succeeds in introducing a lit. '' or scrape yellow is to carry this message to the farmer I
of the Pass the rertftminir
marshal of Rainer, Md., his hometown .tie enlightened conscience into the peel orange. thereby enabling him to produce .
I business, and sprays perfume over white nortion through.' a food more with less cost and shorter hours. I ,
then; .
chopper: weigh it. For each "I : : : :
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;the malodorous movie bunch ,at Los I < am glad to have had this oppor-
--- ,I'Arl eles he .will win the admiration I one-fourth pound of the peel add one- tunity of talking with you and you I ... :
half pint of water. Add the lemon 1 have best wishes" .
jof the whole : my i
country.
: : juice, mix thoroughly, and allow to) WILL BE NECESSARY FOR ALL WOMEN WHO 4f
CASINO stand four or five hours. At the end' MEIGHAN
DRAWS
I ALL FOR ONE: ONE FOR ALL MOB IN !
:1 I of this time add one and one-fourtb. WISH TO PARTICIPATE' IN THE PRIMARY ELECTIONTO :
"A PRINCE
THERE WAS"
pints of water and allow to stand t over
'a; : SATURDAY [ff6RUARY[ 25 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION night. The next morning boil ten BE Ht.LD IN! JUNE TO REGISTER REGARDLESS :
fi. FROM REVENUE COLLECTORThe
t ; .. minutes and allow to cool. Place in I ,

[ following; -statement is issued' a flannel the juice jelly and bag, drain press through it to remove a- OF Till: PAC I HAT I I HEY I MAY HAVE REGISTERED

: One 'hy I). T.the Gerow collector district of internal of Florida revenue: clean amount flannel of pectin jelly will bag. be A developedby greater I FOR THE: GENITAL: : ELECTION IN 1920. DO NOT

.0- I:States Ownership internal certificates United letting! the materials stand over I DELAY. BL'I REGISTER NOW. FORGETFULNESS 4
revenue forms 1000,
the second night and boiling ten minutes -
11001, and 1001-A. for'the year 1922. the third day. MAY LOSE YOL'"on/ :
STRANGER as used by banks, trust companies \
Note: This pectin may lie used asa ?
J f collecting agencies, are releasedas a I IA Iw
I land foundation in making jellies from EDGAR D. KATZ
{, of February 10, and may bo ob- _ .
_- -- fruit- juices -which. do.Jiot. .4onta: n. B I AI
'tain'don'--npptC tlon to the collector of It of Registration.
FROM ''of internal sufficient amount 1 pectin. may Supervisor:
Jacksonville.
revenue,
while
be prepared, poured into jars
I The
1921 forms
obsolete and
.. I'should not be used under are and cirrumstunce hot, sealed and kept for later use. 'O i : OOoo +(.+ oote. 'o .t.ooto.o.o..

i X CANON 'VALLEY | but application should be 1 Mint and Orange Pectin Jelly
made for the 1922 form I ; >.
One pint pectin Juice; two l' < .o.o.o.t..o.o
. ::.. FutaringEdytb.Sterliag orange
y. -- -
.. COST MILLION DOLLARS tablespoonfuls 1emonjuice; "one"pound

5 r 'TIS SAID, TO PRODUCE permint sugar; two; drops two drops green oil vegetable of pep- Merchants & Farmers Bank E

'I' > { Ill, Y"7'toach mad. her bate him.V : THE THREE MUSKETEERSFor coloring.. ._ j

. H. .u squaw maD 1 But to reject the first time since he becamea I 666 quickly ..relieve a cold.

'" hh love meant almost death screen actor Douglas Fairbanks of KittimmteINVIES .....
4ftW spent a cold million dollars in orderto SEEK TO MAKE-FLORIDA ;
t ; : .- 'LL Nevertheteu ahe make "The Three Musketeers GRAPE-PRODUCING. STATEA
which has proven to be the film sen- LVER'i
spurred him-spat or him! sation of the picture world, 'and I public meeting of the grape. '

hC4 See this 'Wester:" Pictnre, Also which was adapted from Alexander growers of Florida will be held in the BUSINESS FROM "; '

i. I HAROLD-a' .' Dumas'.This magnificent famous novel.production is to j(next Chamber Wednesday of Commerde morning at and.Orlando after- &v4,4-; SSS e ,.****ti : '. ,,i" f?1BUS11VESS j t b1AN,ki l N\,\ K1SSh. x'l---: ,. : ;;"JI;t,:' g,
LLOYD'S' ,
be presented at the Casino on Wednesday -'noon. This' organization' has been : AY Y Y A' : '
and Thursday, March 1 and 2, growing rapidly on account of the increasing -
1"" Bil..t-- eat-Ud Latest Picture. and there promises to be large audiences ( interest in grape-growinjr THOMAS ..MEIGHAN&f :
upon each presentation. Florida. last hun- r *r* .
A SalIo..Ma M..- F ollr Reel Never before in the history of the dreds in of additional During thQ plantings year have 1 PARAMOUNT PICTURCGJust : .
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it '1 of Fn.tt motion play produced picture on industry so lavish was a a scale photo as scale been ,madq and *there some is of no them doubt on whatever a large; before Thomas leaving New York for :. [Every Precaution Within Banking Power Is Taken to !

attract.
this forthcoming'' Fairbanks of Hollywood! Meighan
way that Florida can become a great early I|
fering. Nearly a hundred thousand Under ,;ed an immense crowd on Fifth ave- :
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TURDAY.,2P 11y Jal'8-wJJs--Jpent on d"tuJII8s-afonl:.grape-producing' methods F10rtd-gTapes-are region. in present the-.J\U8-while.1iJminl' stftMish ng shots ., Protect Our Patrons I
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in "A Prince There Wlas his new
and more than half that amount was market aboutsix weeks ahead of any which
expended in the Paramount picture, will'be
building of exterior California shipments.! It is expected '
sets, not counting the ship and the that there will bea number of shown at the Casino next! Friday
pier which cost a small fortune be- tourists present-at this. convention February 24.
f sides. well"Omed.1the I| Mr. Meighan rode down Fifth ave-
because the public will be
y The payroll for the stars and play to nue in a Ifmousine from the Plaza
+ A FEATURE idea of this meeting being give
: , ers was more than three times as out information of interest to all whoiare I while a cameraman on an automobile OFFICERS I.J. I.
t: { in front the crank.
-f directly ground
... heavy for this picture as it was on contemplating rrape-growing in1
C I r. any previous Fairbanks' film, owing'to Florida. Opportunities will be given {Then he was held up by tra.ficj as M. WILLSON. President LEWIS O'BRYAN. First Vice-PreaideDt

PARAMOUNT PROGRAM the fact that it was the aim of the to ask questions and there will be'?,part of the picture, and made a R.. G. MINICK Second Vlce-Pre.ident :--
star-producer to get the best talent speeches by many of the largest and alight scene to show the annoyance
: \ available, regardless of cost. More most successful grape-growers in the 'Of the character he was portraying.
CASINOWEDNESDAY In a mindte a crowd of hearly a
women play with Doug in important ; DIRECTORS "
:etate. '
!thousand people gathered around, and
roles in "The Three Musketeers" than |
ever before appeared with him in any I traffic was really blocked, despite the DR. C. D. CHRIST J. M. WILLSON LEWIS O'BRYANR. I

:: ONLY Feature. I Js Holding His Own efforts of the electric "Stop-and-Go" G. MINICK R. E. GRABEL :

-AM..told.-there are one hundred and signals. ,
sixteen in the cast not counting I received such ,I
persons "Ten years ago
,, the' extras, and the weekly pay- wonderful help from your medicinefor To break a cold take 66C. 444444404444004P4444464 Ott. o"o.. . . . .....o. o iJ

- ; roll for "The Three Mu keteers" my stomach trouble that I have __ ._ ._ . h _ ,__ _
reached the staggering figure of over'!recommended it to hundreds of other -
'' $50,000 a week. I sufferers. Recently a friend of mine ..'.oo..O..ooo.t..t... . ..o :- , .t.+O..t..ot.t.! ....... .. ...

ffL ; I whose brother in a distant city was
WILLIAM DESMOND TAYLOR j stricken with acute indigestion and

. r FROM THIS SWEET LETTER was not expected to live, got his 1
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Fy.ty Y brother to take a bottle on my ad
WAS SOME VAMP EXPERT vice. I have just received word that
his brother was holding his own, and Riggs Remedy for Riggs Disease
The murdered motion picture actor, 1 am confident that ,Mayr's Wonderful -
William Desmond Taylor, was certainly Remedy will entirely restore '
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f Better in the way of being Ia i him." It is a simple, harmless preparation ( Pyorrhea )
;trF i woman s man. Looking through I that removes the catar- .
his) private papers was found a letter ] rhal mucus from the intestinal' tract
1 bearing every imprint of a heart that I j and allays the inflammation which
desired to palpitate in unison with I. Causes practically all stomach, liver
the deceased actor. A portion of it'' and intestinal ailments, including ap-
read this way: I I. pendicitis. One dose will convince A medicated cleansing powder with an impregnated dental f1o s.

"What shall I call you, you wonderful or money. refunded. .J. Z. Roberson.and .

t[top, the man idol! You of an are adoring'standing company.on the I druggists everywhere. Corrects acid conditions of the mouth, makes the teeth glisten > '

I You have just come over and put FORDSON PRICE CUT PUBLICITY .
I your coat on my chair. I want to go I
!'away with you, up in the hills or any. I The first announcement of the biff keeps the gums pink'and healthy and i is a positive relief for py-
%, wherejust so we'd be alone in a'cut in the price of the Fordson tractor -
mesons beautiful little woodland lodge. You'd made through 'Henry Ford's
s :'",, w. be cook, as I can,: only make tea, and I I radio was message Thursday evening errlte Besides Its curative properties, it is the best dentifrice : : .

.. &PC1 { fetch the water and build the fire. I I January 26, from the Dearborn radio
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s , ,A PirUJOI1l1'yktute "Wouldn't it be glorious to sit in1''station, to Ford dealers attending a the market. Sold all
industrial show-in on by druggists on a guarantee.
a big comfy couch by a cozy warm i I Fordson Tractor .
lire 'with the wind whistling outside Cleveland. The context of his talk _
.- (trying to harmonize with the faint which was very plainly heard' in

This"' 'Picture made from ClydeFitch's sweet strains of mask from our Via Cleveland :and surrounding districts. ,
M 'trolat And then you'd have to get is quoted below
'PIa;/. lap, and take off the record.-Of course, "It is .certainly, wonderful: to' sit
mind thatdean Did you.real here. in my office and say a few words Riggs Chemical Laboratories

.,.i miE .WOMANINTBE. ;, ,CASt; ly suppose. I intended- you to take of ....tllll"' to you Ford dealers of .
r" tar caN. oi me,} kea baby.T the.Cleveland.territory The radio is
Javdditio; this-picture. wiD' beL fop -this is my part. I'd outstanding:'tribute:: man's' inventive ,
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\ ,'.j ,Macka :,--7'' -dnat,-? (they malce ',thj genius, ;They say 1 there. fa V Orlando FloridaHt'44 >
wee test1 little dust caps, yon know),!nothing'newunder.. tit* Sun;.but wo i ,
,.", 'i :rt I.ribbon ron theV snowy are constantly; ID..ntln.r.ft.w. things, '(
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.I b'. hed By'The'Ssaslde":> whit certain''and feed the birds and mryday' brtnging'foethQsome big ;
r : < ax'' the flower*j, and oh/' yes; seethe I I,improvement-over ,the previous day a
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..t KISSIMMEE, CALLS because of its excellent location at the bead of :

r. Lake TohopekaEga. .:
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(1 P KISSIMMEE CALLS because from it radiates a system of fine reads.for :
*: tbe autoist, aDd II easily reached by railways or by boats from the treat Lake :
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Okeechobee. :.

r i KISSIMMEE CALLS. because it is the "Midway City" which means :.
11 that it b midway between the east and west coasts of the state, and midway : ,
E between Fort Myers and Saint Augustine. :
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KISSIMMEE CALLS because of the fertility and, excellence of tit, soil ., I
in the adjoining precincts, and the consequent ease with which fruits, vegetables -
and all farm products can be produced.' .
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u1J' N KISSIMMEE CALLS because of its excellent schools, presided over 'by lir

I < a faculty: ) of nigh merit; and its prosperous cknrcbes of various denominations -4 I ,:M' .

-Baptist, Catholic Christian, Episcopal, Methodist, Pentecostal Presbyterian. w.

KISSIMMEE CALLS because it b more and more becoming: a resort T :
.:- .- for those YcopI:?--( :Barth and--wet-wko, being UTmode'rate circumstances - : #.

0 find pleating facilities for pleasure, and can afford to buy, build, locate, and ,
I become-energetic citizen .

KISSIMMEE CALLS because'of die hospitality ., her people who rUwitk. ,

r; f ,. '-. .one another. in striving to make visitors within her..gates feel welcome '.,.'. = "
J .,/'". " >. ;; .. ',,\'. :":',",',!;;''''''1rf." ...r;.t'';;;, ';") ',.Y,'.'.-,'>.','" ': ; : ., 6 participating_ in"and. encouraging. all possible'things to make their stay a plat, :"i j >> 1ft. .'
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: deep weDs,and the.electric service which has never been out of action, even .' Y
when-the demands for.retre. Iat during the war diminished iBnminatiea '

in counties cities and town Both plant are municipally-owned.
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"I KISSIMMEE CALLS because of it* excellent fishing* fine hunting,the

attractiveness of it* environments, tke excellence of its climate, it* pleasing dgr

t breezes bearing balmy odor, its freed... .fro. objectionable insects,and its -
k Orange: :Groves
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I large number of birds-tke .entire city having become one vast "Bird Sanctuary.

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BRIEFLY TOLD
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in which fish abundant Lake 1 L.,. -V-B -
vast territory are most Tehopekafiga having ,
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seventy-two square mile of area-from, ; which may be reached Lake Okee- : Good Homes .1i

'GROCERYOIl ckobee. through which one may pass into either the Atlantic or the Gulf of : *, > **v
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FOUR THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY,17. 122

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KISSIMHEE$ _PUBLICITY PULLS. FOR .POPULATION .t; PERTAINING TO CHURCHES LEGIONNAIRES' DECLARE jr '. LEdlONNAlRES! DIFFER .

Ir VALLEY GAZETTE --- .. W. C. T. U. STOLE STAR : ,;;
; Topeka,, Kansas.Questionnaires: { .
MORE and more is the fact being recognized that St. J... < (Episcopal) Caurck.
r I --L- San FrancUco.( Exception to '.the sent out by Kansas of the _"
" ; T'L)1L sngtr KVEUT: FIUI,AYBT .f a city or a county is to attain considerable prominencethere Rev 'L. ll."" ik'by. Rertor.; W. rT, U.:.. plagiarizing of the American Legion shdw that but 83 percent \,

s THE 1<,lHIfIMllCfI'AL.LJJlY. CJAZETTK COMPANY must be used newspaper space, --< in addition to .' world war service star flAir to designate of the state's ex-service men

w w K'SIllAUIICJ._! 'LORIVA __ other forms of advertising such as booklets and folders. 9:45 a. m..-=Church school. places where Hduor: is "prohibited" would elect the cash payment provision
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Commonsense would preclude .thepublicity 10:00 a. m.-Adult Bible class. is taken by an American Loirion of-the five-option adjusted com.''
,5 c w, B. mnms.M..O.. I'rv'eldcnt any argument against a': 'with bonus '
,1. ,.' 11:00 m.-Divine Worship, post composed .of newspaper writers 1 pensatiort ( ) bilL More than
'oi, ) VANS A1NEW, Secretary thus 'suggested. To keep the name of the city Morning; prayer and ernan. Sub, in Sun Francisco.The'' joumnli tltj,143 percent'declared for paid up insurance a..A

W. J.., TIIOIiNUYHB, 'Killtor!.: or' the -county before the public is an essential. Kissim- Ject: "SpiritualHusbandry.." term such usage as "an insult to'' with farm' and. home aid a second .
)' ---- -- -IIIIDu'n.rTIOV--- : -HATE!*! tee and Osceola county could get into The Associated'I I| Sojourners in. Kl nimmee are 'cordially those for whom the star stood." j l, best'bet.

On. Copy. flti. \-lI r-,H_ ...__---.-....-1! Oh< Press at least three or four times- week for the next invited to' thin 110\\,:icc.
- I one ''t"I '. MIX Monihn__.._........:.. _..___ l.on if
>) -w year a proper publicity man could be afforded for such
Pan eo,.)', T hr.o 101..nthll.______. -...__.._... ,rof ,' I Christian Church r
': : W--: :-- - work; and whether the "story"'should "dig" the county THIS[ COUPON IS AN ABSOLUTELY GOOD ONE
i *,; Knloreil. ) at the; POMloffli-e ill Klwilmmo; Klorltfs, ?r give adulation it would bring out the name of Kisimmee I' Rev. J. G, wonel',; Pastor\ .1 .

ue hnomsd-Hasamatter.. !. . )....
-- --- -- --'- -" - -- -- ---- > I I 10:00-a. m.-Ti;" bible school meets

All inimuttlofitlotiM anti muKt'4.be x.'ti nlffiK-d.t! from by A"lhoh.d the writer, eUI.t4lN"O.ut. In speaking of the-prizes won at the Tampa fair by '|Ito study Elisha and Naumun the /Sy FREE.ADMISSION t

!He county of Saint Lucie. and Saint Lucie's 'rian. Come, study with u 2
that '
lli'Jct' l multi-r will be return"d' If calloil for plea i CASINO THEATRE '
....-. -- -- ., - .--r- ----. the splendid productive ability of that 'I I 11:00 a. m.---Sermon. Subject. .
not
county was
"The Unanswered I'rnypr.' Ml Is. FOR GOOD ONLY, MONDAY, FEB. 20, 1922
Foreign' Adv.rtloln.R"P.t.tt I its due
receiving the
publicity
Jacksonville Times-Union .
f . .
Laura Cane of If Hatfield lIh chur- '
f THE:AM&HICAN I'RESS ASSOCIATION_ | Sag the following to say editorially: (I etts, is to. Sing "The Holy City.fla ONe 1 his, Ijclcet and one Paid Admission will admit -

., : -- There is I I 7:30 Sermon. "'1'hc -' (two people when presented at Box Office
1922--- one sure way to make people Vas fa- : p. m.- Subject:
-! FRIDAY, FEBRUARY I7. = _------'IliliaL-wi.tlLth XAt.LJo.u1ioJL.; of Saint Lucia. rnun. .,.--. Royal Way to Perfection," prerccfc : I','I'f:O- Attraellont-----. -- --- -;

- - ty as they are with the location of-Miami. Palm I i I"by.I All a song menl service.>er,. expectetl! to hf l i>r"xent .THEATREGOOD Wm. S. flart in "The Desert Man" .1 _

Reach Tampa. Saint Petersburg, Jacksonville and j and be hosts to cordially welcome '' '
17'r .. One "f. Mr. H rl's best. Western Pictures
i 'other Florida cities and that is by advertising, by i loll' strangers and friends Lo. -all RITV- .

Bleu( THOUGHT FOR THIS WEEK persistent telling to (he people where Saint Lucie j iee" ONLY .. Inot ril odes; of. Tbr ITk t .I' episode .t
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MONDAYdrlnterww of Tar"rat: Of Tht North"run '
is well as-t.at !
county as it is noted for in the Methodist ChurchRev I
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-- '- ter of agricultural! production. Saint Lucie FEB. 20 Kl 111,1 frutnrlnic.........,. i ,1..1'1... L//the '
: "i by not advertising extensively is missing its one matit- : R. 'Uodnett 1 Pastor
f f:0; : RESPECTER ,OF PERSONS:-Of a truth 1 1perceive ::
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r It is like
opportunity. having a million Coming Soon-Douglas Fairbanks in "The Three Musketeer
; that God in no respecter of persons: but in 9:45: a. m.-:.Sunday; school'
i : '' locked up in a safety deposit box drawing no 11:00: a. m.-Preaching by the 1)/\11-/ '
nation' he that feareth and
every him, worketh righteousness ; 1i
I Is : tercst, earning' nothing. tor. CLIP IT OUT AND THEN USE IT AS DIRECTED
with hitn. Arts 10 .14.35.
accepted -- :
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r... .. Saint Lucie 'is not the only county in Florida :3:00 p. in.-Junius; League.

that is "losing out" by not advertising. Duval like I 0:00: p. m-Senior Lcngue' devotional -

; ;" \ WHERE HUCKSTERS MAKE MISTAKES I a number of others is doing the same thing-and I 7iO: exercise. the
: p. m.-Preaching by pastor -
has thousands of dollars'worth of products if the .
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; '! people only knew about it. I 3:00: p. m.-Monday. Woman's Misfionaiy "
r ONE of the unpleasant features of a fair- -wheht'r iiiJFTVV
There are Florida counties, those that advertising 1 Society. '
are -
it be a county fair or a state falris'the plan adopted | to the word! what I :iDO/:: p. Wpdnehdiiy.. Childreii'H ; ? :
concerning they have
i of overcharging. Most of this is in the department where I I story hour. .
telling where they are and what they doing,
the luncheons are handled. Presumably these conces1fionnairts are I 7't:: p. Wednesday. Prayerm.'el ,

I , s feel that never will they be in the same fair that are prospering greatly. They give to generous i ing. i
i advertising proper credit. Lake i i. one of the conspicuous : 7o:: () p, in. -FI iCilY. 1'pacher training
again consequently desire make ,
: lo a "cleanup"but 'lufs.
counties, in thin( reaped. Dade. to some !
such actions harm a fair to a large extent. I' All I
k t tourists and all lion ptMijlfurc ]
extent ano'her.' And! they .,j
is are not depending
Foods at the present time are not high in price cordial!' invited to attend all! tho! IL! t tt ,
: I Cooked foods can be handled at a fair priceeveryone'' wholly! on booklets either. Thev are generously :ipr"k"! of this church.Presbyterian t
the and and
ing columns
; expects to mote for a luncheon within the oft I newspaper magazine are .
a. : pay gales Church ;
pelting! results thai be in increased i
w ; are to seen pop- c\i N
a gteat fair than if they were located in a permanent '
+ ulation, increased land values
bank de-
place-and they do so willingly and make light of an I augmented Kev.: W. I II. 1J2"'ech D.I) I)... Pastor
I posits, more and better business all around. When :. ,
r ordinary overcharge. But when chicken sandwich !
a other counties Saint Lucie included, do likewise, '' !J4; !.", a. 01.--Sunday Kchoul.! I
:- which ordinarily sells at twenty-five cents is handed out .
11:00: u. -Worship and sermon:
people w.ll not have to inquire the location of (this I\ %
, 1 1a
1 for seventy-five cents there i* a general grouch from they] Theme: 'A Sure Foundation. i
or that county. They will know through advertising. f'umniunion Bi-rvit-e. 1 1I
}i' buyer. There is a large profit at the former price, i I f t
Let the venous Camber nf Commerce i the I I i i (j':11::() Junior Kn-:
amounting almost to profiteering; but at the latter priceS : I g'h; ; ; n oJ.... p. m-- Christian I __________ lilt ill __VV
! there is matter county t one of such officers made the head, i VOU"
the that the
a feeling by buyer is grand
: Christian EnI
b larceny. | and then resolve that such officer shall at least thre p. -

Yet that is one of the things which took place onthe I' times each week send out by wire or by a well-written[ |'d'avor.70::; p. in. Evening services. Ser- .

fairgrounds of Tampa. Of course one did not have J catchy article carefully written and accurately worded I mon. Theme: "Walking in Love."

i lo buy at that price-anymore than they were fOrced I tent by mail. Northern papers would gladly publish j 7:30 p. Wi-dnesday -- Prayer
such articles where .there real interest embodied| service1.
; '0' purchase six ounces of pork for $1.I 0, when hogs arc wa a
telling at four dollars a hundred pounds; yet thousands 'in the body of the matter; and The Associated Presswould j Christ's Church There I is only one way to ;judge the superior juaLuy

,, did make the purchase--only to leave the grounds with I be pleased to Ret briefer (ales. If the secretaryof l (Pentecostal)
j of Brunswick that is to hear it. Come in _
the business doesn't interpretation
r body have such a man, well, fire I| Corner It
_n feeling that the management was a participant t in the t Hruck and Oak Streets!
t'
A' theft The better-informed knew that such a thing was !him--and get a man who can and will do it.It would 1' R. a Walker Minister. and let us demonstrate these amazingly perfect i instruments ret
I require less than five hours for three articles and the -
i f impossible; knew that the concession was brought in a Parsonage Rear of Church Phone 321I >
t irdinary ser tarv has time in plenty. If Kissimmee can ;
legitimate and there tentative understanding
manner was a several good torie. for the world's eachI I - March Records Now On SaleWILDER'S
originate
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press
' r r, that no profiteering prices should be made. 10:(}') a. m.- Sunday school. International __
I \eek it is certain that Fort Pierce can do the same. Every leSKon. Classes for all .
it If it might be possible when the next fair it put on u> .s.
in Tampa fact for I action of this nature will aid the city and the entire 11:00: a. m.-Divine worship. Ser
u1 or, it\ any city the fair association bible

.b lo conduct a luncheon in a manner to eliminate all graft- county i mon.7:00 Special p. m.-Divine teaching.worship. Evangelistic -
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'; biea6cl'loaeltnunclaeonat; a conservative price. Thjti Message. Inspirational Sing

m i i itsajf( wctt4! "'maLe'a" !. feature which would be a strong SHOULD BE SLOW TO WRATH ing. ..

t ; drawinga14I1'" ', 7:30 p. m.-Thursday. Praise. Tes

I ,ftippose) some fur should this experiment ? I LAST week The Garet-to lost a subscriber. timony. Preaching.
t ; ; ..try. Everybody cordially invited to all
i : .. He teemed to.lie peeved at something which was aer4ices.1iCome.." "Be- STUDIO'
' ''r '"" 3 ... "fray. ... ;
w EVERY Cm'NEEDS PUBLICITY published. ,lieve. ,
; .. . He will be that The Gazette '
) r.; ,, greatly .surprised to see K1SS1MMEE V ;)

:'," : .- IN *aRcen' i issueof'.the Fourth'Estate, New .York, still being.'-issued. ' ** > NOTES FROM STa CLOUD ..... .. ._ . .. _: .,. ,

'4.;'''"J?! the"* following i brief fahdj''r pertinent paragraphs .:appeared s Any''man' has a' right to''withdrawhis,, moral and '.. . :---_r.,.,2,1,_._,,,----- ---.- ," --- -- w .. .-- .- re---..'.'.'.',.""". ...",--o-."', "," ."_'I'F....... \ '

J(. under "Have You Ever Stopped ( fo financial'support from a. newspaperwkjuslashe .has a I' o> o >ooO-o J: ,.., JI 4
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the.oneihe | > ., (. .4' : .J'Mrs.. .. to ,,, .. :
-7"-.'. '-'/ "',' ':; right to patronize another"grocery.4''v' : > *:i A: J. Allen' Is-spending a'few'days : .. .
;; "w; nln : ,. J. '
;:: 'fTh t'the" c: tth.I.get., Jof publicity gets the business ;.A. newspaper cannot hope_ to please all readers all Paul in Wagner Orlando. of Ashton, was a -I ........
:he time. Even court cannot hope to do that
a
>. \ supreme
t \ Saint Cloud visitor on Wednesday: :
j(,' s'' That the city' that gets advertising grows? The newspaper, like a supreme court, endeavors to be-? Dr and Mrs. N. A. Strait attended Poll TtixNotice

S That advertising properly done is worth itsweight'in just ana courteous to all people.If the Orlando fair on Wednesday. :

i''t ) gold? a newspaper is to gain the respect of its readers The New England Society will hold ,.I' I
its annual picnic at the Shaker Col-
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.,, ; *" That advertising city is business child'splay retain a reputation for accuracy---preserve its integrity
2 ii' ,, . a not a -f ony on Tuesday! February 28. :
"
''s .. ? \ -play the game fair-it must, naturally, tread upon "Uncle Josh" Ferguson is in re- '

r: .' That people will go mileslo get to a good, live someone's tees. It inuit. to something once in a while: receipt of information from Washington : NOTICE is hereby [r given t

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'1 :" ; ,to-'trade> or even oflener- which the more thin-skinned may stating! that' the RadclifTrhautauquA .
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1l ip, But it that the "irate subscriber" told tIle Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday; :
fc* the outside world knows your city is wide awake? seems March 7, 8, and 9. ?

'' . That people from neighboring towns will come ublic of bis action imagining that the loss of four James B. Hathaway and his nephew the City Election to [be held i-

-. .,- 'wnere-there is something doing? : I' ents each week would entail an impressive shortage that Fred S. Hathaway, and the lat- ,
would bring about a situation which would to say th( ter's wife, have returned from sev- .- .
That the city which does not seek to get something eral days hi Tampa and Saint Peters- in March poll taxes must be, 'r .
least be
i"#' !' better ,than it now has is going tp lose out? I embarrassing. burg. t.
That is the time and business A Fable: A hoolowl having once taken offenseat Mrs Ducal
now your city I Hollingsworth recently .c"
't' ; ( tnced advertising more than ever before? . a huge; oak because he had been struck by one of entertained at dinner, the occasion paid on or before Saturday,
the branches resolved that he would break being her birthday anniversary.
wind-swayed ,
yt' ; S That. if don't out and after trade
+ you get go '
+ ,* some other neighboring city will? down the tree by sitting upon its limbs and teter up and Among:: those present were Mrs. Mary February 18. This applies to
Hill)
Mrs. Michael hood Mrs. Letitia
." That,.if they do they will get the business, you down until each branch collapsed. Failing in this the Hughes, Mrs Sarah Wilson[ and Mr. '
e.v .; should get;) owl commenced to weight down the first branch by and Mrs. Bert Uessford. all voters both male and female
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rininga\ wisp of and fastening it to the objec- Mrs.' Oscar Hollinsworth ,
A' Each and all of which carries out the idea which moss gave a -
S I'/ The Gazette has been its tional branch, and as rapidly as 'possible he continuedthe valentine party Tuesday evening at '
endeavoring to
impress! upon between the
her home In Dorp's addition.Games [of 21
s ,7' reader. The 'above is well-worth re-reading. work; but the tree seemed to easily withstand the and conversation filled a portion of ages
attempt to wreck it. Moral: Some animals imagine that the ice-cream
evening--while and '
'' UNTIL the close of tie (18th Century paper-making 'inless they pin down their ears before entering a door heart-shaped cookies filled in another i : and 55 years.

they will eventually wear the woodwork until the portion of the hours. .
was mainly A hand but in 1 1798, Nicolas Lois Rob- away I
process .
door will not fit as it should. I Jack Haskell of Arlington Massachusetts C. L. BANDY
.. ,,rt. manager for M. Didot, a caper mill owner of Es- was an unexpected visitor. : ,

ooesw rrance, invented a machine that made paper in I here to see his father-in-law, Ira I ,

r, thv-form a continuous sheet from 12 to 15 metres. SOMETHING- SILLY SOMEWHERE, .Turner, on Monday and on Tuesday TaxjjCollector.; .
left for the east coast. I, : B-at I

,t "1 STORIES do not always jibe-at least sometimesthe I The Methodist parsonage at Orlando '
GEORGE. Pepper mustered all his fsiends and
fJ column was the scene of a pretty wedding : -
bit. One of will
cogs grind a a daily '
carry
appointed United States to succeed the late
i was senator Sunday afternoon February 12, when .
Jo: SinatotBois, Penrose, of Pennsylvania. Pepper is said a heading": "Schemes are many for the relief of the un- 'Leo A. Manning, formerly of Chicago ;I' oO-oo>oooooOO>OOOOOOfOOOO.Ooooo 064 oo.oooo. 't

.i to beralawyerof r. hot-inclination*,. and will add flavor employed. Another column olthe same issue will car- and Miss Golda D. Firkins, of : -
: ry this bit of news: "Sixty-five"thousand operatives in Cloud, were united in the holy
uPPer .L ..
to the u. bonds ..oooooo.tot.ooo oo> ooooo oocooo :
.o.ooooO.OOOOtooo
,I of Rev. W. A.
t' t : . New England mills go out on strike. Now if "the vast matrimony.

,a'LORD.Rosebery.: said7hrjft" ,i is the, surest and number of unemployed" really wish to work were being Cooper used.officiated; the ring ceremony. :'

;r -. only-equipped with the ability to take.the place .those f fThe New England INSURANCE1HAT +
strongest foundation of an Empire; so sure, so strong, soL : Society met :
that nation l exist who leave the mills because they dort't wish to work, (Tuesday afternoon in the G. A. R. '
...10> necessary" no can long that'-disregards and allow|/ the mill-workers 'to have the vacation they hall at two o'clock where splendid .

Il'.':' i. k. seek how nicely things would I be adjusted The. general |and extended program. was enjoyed.Lincoln's < :. PROTECTS

A. :EVERY tlme ./lee,/ a colored chef In white caps public hat little sympathy for men who can work and, all the associations birthday In was the observed city. There by : SERVICETHAT :

"t u.odat.-With: him certain cereal. Every time are able to work and need the wage the work'will bring ;was a reception in the morning, at "
"' a you Quitting a good and steady job. The United States ,i. which there were most excellent addresses .
..... ,think of 4 Quaker 'u thermeal comes mind.
.or to by prominent speakers : SATISFIES
the only place where sueh.Lthings are occurring.IT : .
J' -.. ; I I Including 8. R.; VanSant ex-governor .
'< ,MEN'go-tc\the devil with a hops skip and a Jump. t>f..Minnesota.. At two in the afternoon '
J, with both His Women the is an assertion icb.caDn: be'iucei,funy.;disputed there was a splendid parade to : LUPfERS'
INSURANCE
intent Majesty. to
eyes on go \ that reverence the Methodist AGENCY
we must hold in higher than u the church, where another '
devil with. .one.eye. departing decencySelected. practice the laws of the magnificent entertainment was given. ;
., V ; ',. common! our country patriot j
I.na'lhat I fs hundred honest of the day was" L. S.
one percent: ,, 'and wo} |
THE louder'' talk the lest have kfiPilcher, National Department .Com
?i some men they to : .
: w'easy. The bess'-drum makes V mighty noise. But it's These tbM'tL DJI. will go for toward' making mander of the O. A. 11:. who was i introduced
as .. 4
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and better
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country a people. by .Brown.
1* .Depart
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hollow
empty as Jog-seJe J,cte nf: meat Commander.of Florida. The ;

'YOU DID you know that the" finest t fair.ever heldin*t f Floe entire}affair i :showed a vast amountofpairiotisnvrand ; EISELSTEIN BROTHERS

-t ." -Ggild't'tepetahoa'on. ., things, you. areA I ida .was'e' place-fn ''Tampa next'February) "And troded''s, was. largely. at- ; : FUNERAL .
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THE tlSSneiCg VALLTf GAUTTX: fl A 1; FEMOJAKY S; .i,2z -( IFMaj. '
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.J j 1000040410'OOOOAOOO4I +' ber pickles., kumquat marmalade,I complimenting Mrs. John' Nash of Jin' '.the valentine colors, wa4; servexf at'

a', C ITEMS ..horseradish, Surinam cherries beeswax I Chicago, th. poet of Mr*., C. D. Cole..!the conclusion of the card game. Mrs.
OF A WEEK I : WEATHER REPORT ground cherry preserves, roselle The reception rooms were beauti Pilley was assisted in receiving1 her
'- .I jelly 1 nome-made soap, Brabham cow I II fully decorated with palms and font ''guests by her daughter, MISS Mamiei & ,
+ Official Bulletin of daily temperature < I pa and perhaps several articleswhich ,There were four tables of playersand i Pilley.. )'
" If Buffering' from rheumatism try 4 and precipitations furnished were not listed. While some of 1 three prizes awarded. Mrs.John j j The Invited guests Included Mesdames -
X eld'. Bath.' '-40tfcMr. 1* by the Kissimmee Cooperative + these products may not be especially :;'Nash received the guest prize, a lovely -' John Nash, C. D. Cole, E. D..
\ and Mr Scott Soiulern, after U. S. Weather Bureau */I adapted to sand hills and might not imported' swiss, handkerchief; the Kate. D. W. Alderman II. C. Piano, t
."" visiting Klssimmee relatives for sev. o Station, for the week ending I prove profitable in a commercial way, I highest score prize, a pair of exquisite Holmes Prather, Gertrude. L. Katx.' +
eral) day, returned to Tampaon Son- ,,0 Thursday. February 16, 1922 > this collection Is i certainly) a knockout I guest towels, 'was awarded Mrs.; Dorothy Kern 'Cf' PitUburg Sherman
day '+ to the old argument' that there 1"1+C. D. Cole, and the low score prize, 'eGroot, L. H. Ingram, and Mise

At the Gift' Shop; 35c 'stationery .< Friday; 10....J_.*. 7fl 45 j nothing but climate here.-Halncs.City .. a bunch of Palma vloleUwa. awarded and Grace Gilbert.Meadames' .
l'for 25e.. *, Saturday, 11.____ 80 50 4 Herald.. to Mrs. Gertrude L. Kats. {I T. Morrison.: S. B. Ault-
( Sunday, 12_._ 82 55 0 j This ia the exhibit, which .The A dellc'ous salad course, sandwiches man and Paul Stanley joined the par
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The Ladles Aid Society, of thIPresbY'teran Monday, 18........ 83 53 > ,Gazette announced was produced entirely and olives, ,with cake, carried out ty later 'for tea.
; } church: will hold a food > Tuesday 14_....._. 84 65 4 within Oscoola county-in what I I _ _
., '.sale"torn or row afternoon the drug. 0 Wednesday, 15___ 82 64 > ,is known a* the rich .and fertile Lake I n ..
'store of R. G. Mlnmc;1 Thursday, 16___':_ 70 '45 .55 > Wilson district. '
.3 1 Pound: a boa;' Claimant must ray ''4 Readings are made at 6:00: p. 4 -- - l" tiLYLES
BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, ,for this notice. Call at oflie of The .* m. tor the preceding! twenty-four' WOULD if. SAVE HOOCH?
:.Gamete. Jt; hours t 'i ; !
MARCH C. W. Armhurst of claimsto
1 Albany,
ALLISON 'SIQRY'&CL4
FRENCH >
I Mrs. W. A. Wimliiah! of Atlanta T. !: have: perfected a device which .ex-!
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and Washington, spent the latterportion Co-operative Observer. tracts tho water from human breath' ,
... lihe ( of the week in Ki imnieef. 0 j k-
I so that shipwrecked sailors or thos 1
.-Mr It.. --M)amok. t : ....
-CI. i-s, tt-0,4tP440044 .' Ton Veg 5ts whicirrun out of drinking t : ,
Sanitary Dairy Co. At the Gift Shop 3!>c stationery water can "run on their own fluid.* .
for 25c. if suffering from any sort: of sMdjseaaes ( His apparatus, he claims, wilt extend j

The lire department was called out try Neid's Bath '40-tfc life for nQrUh3a.i it gathers .up all Money Saving Values '
WiD Reduce the Price of Milk :at one o'clock on Tuelldayto look after I What Is said to be the large rake the water lost tin breathing; except a ,

A: grafts firo' south of the city ever created In was the small percentage.

.... TO which threatened tcr do eonstlerabliTdamage. one which appeared upon banquet- His BUTTON SAVED- IIIM .. '. . .. . ....-. forSaturday __"-- -. --
table at the Winch home on Wedneaday .
,
.3 'Tanlac makes people strong, Blur- immediately following the dou Buffalo, New York.-Beaten, up bya '
J 16 CIs. a Quart'dy and well by toning Up' the vital ble wedding. The cake weighed thir. gang of (railway thieve DetectiveJ. I ; and Monday

)organs. Central Drug. Store. ty-two pounds, was a splendid piece C. Rodlinski, of Salamanca, New
'r4} 'y _- Kin. Karka S. ,Johnson and hereon/! of work, and came from the ,Sanitary 'York, was spared from death when -- ----.-.- ,.. _. ...
.. '''Sheldon, who have been guest of Bakery. lone of. the thus I'Dled.a marine ser ---- r '

DUALITY land SERVICE (Mrs. Clay Johnson, 404 Vernon avenue Mr. ani Mrs. S. II. PeGroodt.ac> Ivlce button in his lapel and recognized Good grade of Percale, fast .colors; yard--------------121/2C: !. ':
south, have returned to their companied by a friend, came down the detective as a former buddy
home in Jacksonville. from Kissimmee to spend Sunday at I in France. Eponge Suiting in pretty color, yard-__...__.__.._75c "1

Wt'J: Rai&ajb lie !G1C Bad debts collected or no pay. Results the Groodt Motel Avon. !Mr. and Mrs. De- I C "'iUO'.o. H-OO 000+ Beach Cloth, in best colon, yard________._..SOc ;'
_. _. 1 guaranteed. ..11.: Willson. district are from Youngstown. Ohio, .
mannger. 15-tfc and are. friends of Mr. and !Mrs. L If cut out and presented this 0 Silk Tissue Gingham, yard __._____--s.__.____-_...7Sc .}f-.t. ,
We feel .that our patroni will M. Marsh. They are spending a few
sure ''
Rev. F. \. Moore, a Methodist m n- days in Kissimmee and will then ** one item Is good for ten cents 0 Dotted Swiss, in 5 colors, yard.. _._.____._..____>_-.__7Sc 1:
learn of this reduction, tater, is the Kis- on dollar 4
be ,pleased to spending season in come to Avon Park to spend the remainder any purchase at

and will tell their friends of the dimmee, and is making hii. headquarters of the winter,-Avon Park 4 THE' GIFT SHOP 0- While Organdie, yard -_______: ______4Se 75e, and 90c
opportunity at the home of Mr and Mrs. Pilot. .* Roy Wells, Proprietor. 0- ..

to have the best of Milk delivered John McPhatter on Emmett street.I \ Just arrived fine assortment of Emmett Street 0 Blue"and Pink Organdie yard____SOc and 80e, s,

at (their door for this low price. I ranch Farms lands groves for mile city at property attractive, and silks tissue. ginghams Kissimmee; Mercantile Company and 0 OOOOOOOOOO.OOOOO OOOO.I 4 White- Flaxen'. yard,_,.__________.3Sc and SOc" .

Nave prices,, Kissimmee Call on ,or Florida.address< F. A. O. C. Tigner, 119 Broadway ANYONE MAY GUESSRIGHTWho i Flax: n. in colors yard-_---_______.._...______49c- '

OUR MILK IS FROM TUBERCU Mr. and Mrs. William Morris, of Voiles' SOe yard and '
up.Women's
I The fine art department of the Birmingham, have been spending a is paying. for all the stuff beIng .
LIN-TESTED COWS (Oe hold 'a Woman' Club will meet at the Chapter few in Kistiinimee. sent to the ,. .
days This was newspapers as argument -- -- -- - - --- -- ------
State Certificate to this asser- house on next Tuesday afternoon, their first trip to this city, and they against!:: the government!: letting
prove
at '8SO.' All the members of the were much pleased From here they Henry Jo'ord'have Muscle Shoals, ? I' and Children's [Summer 'flats
lion) and our dairy is sanitary. dub are invited as there will be xev visited Tampa and Saint Petersburg. costs money to write it, money to ,
,1 --- (eral interesting papers read. and before their return to Birming print it, money to mail it. Somebodywith I At Reasonable PricesMen's
I. I Just arrived; fine assortment of ham where Mr. Morris is connected big money must have money to ,
MOTHERS SHOULD APPRECIATETHE tissue ginghams poplins pongees and with the cnr department of the "L. lose-and are willing to lose It.- -=-- :_= :::..-::..:::--=-=--=-=:. -
silks. KiSHimmee Mercantile Company and N." railway to Ocala Star. *
FACT fHAT THE MILK WE they expect purchase -
O, C. Tigner, 119 Broadway; property in Florida. I Kisdlmmee has one resident who is Summer flats ",
SELL IS FREE FROM ALL OBJECTIONABLE I F. J. Chapman, representing the This evening in the Grand Army a stockholder In the "most prominent t
SUBSTANCES. AND RifFRH Chemical Laboratory, of Or- Hall at Saint Cloud, is to occur a fertilizer plant in the United States" ARE HERE AND THE PRICES ARE V
lando, wax in KiHsimmoe yesterday murh-spoken-of event--a special lec -yet vows that in several years not -
FOR THE USE OF BABIES IS ADMIRABLE looking after trade and! placing the ture by Rev. J. A. Button D. I)., of one cent of dividend has he received WAY UNDER LAST YEAR'S PRICES .

WAY remedy which in now being so widely Kissimmee-he having offered his upon his preferred or common stock. _.:_ ::.:. :- _ -" _-_.=-. ---a- i \ 'I'
IN EVERY advertised in the local drugstores. services in this line as a benefit for He has seen none of the propaganda .
*" ., --,. Dr. Winn's office in. in the postof worthy cause. The topic of his. mentioned in The Gazette-and again NtW SPRING GOODS ; ,
I lice bllilding.Hollr --. :ao> to 3:30, lectfure TV HI l be "Life's Pilgrimage mentioned in the Star-yet ho, too .. ,
WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO RE- KeMdonce phone 122. Saint Cloud. and Panoply," a theme which he ban is wondering why all the expense o! Are /riving Every Day. Come and See These Goods. ,j ji
i handled from the his company when it is not a profit-
CEIVE NEW CUSTOMERS AND 4-tf chautauqua stage,
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;,J I Elliott Gilbert of Clinton. NOI1.hCarolina and for which he has .received much making concern_ .Jj 11
WILL, GUARANTEE TO GIVE SAT- is in Kisximmoe guest! 'of praise. A male quartette will add"! -- -- II '

FACTION... his brother, 1 F. S. Gilbert and family. its efforts in an entertaining line=- j I [i YLES-V'.STOR? & CO. 1
,. -_ ,,lie is highly pleased with the city and there will be no admission fee WOMAN CLUB .
and here found, and! charged at the do of. A general invitation -
opportunities
U. extended and silver offering T1 '
Sanitary Dairy Company permanently.may decide to remain in Kirfsimmee will be taken. a 11 By Mrs Paul Stanley SHOES DRY GOODS_ ,_CLOTHING! AND NOTIONS_ ..1 : 'r 10 ,1

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| Once used always used : self- Wednesday Afternoon Bridge Club 7':4
'Lee Rogers, Proprietor theading needles' the "latest and p444440044 44040444+ Mrs. Edgar Katz was the gracious "
beat Call 304 Main street hostess last week at when she ,
Icy Grave Street KISSIMMEE variety. at If cut out and presented this bridge .
Kissimmee. 8-3tx entertained the member of the Wednesday
one item is good for ten cents O ..
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Phone 127-2-U i Today_and tomorrow Jnbert'"jtllb.'tI'dalihery -> *.on.any dollar purchase at Afternoon Bridge -Club rand -
- is advertising a splendid > THE GIFT SHOP 0 two extra"tables of guestaThe valentine ",
display of samples of men's ide-to- Roy Wells, Proprietor. 000 suggestion was carried out. ln
'measure garment With the display > Emmett Street4400ooea4'44a404od40 the rooms where the table were ar- -. ,
there will be a special representativeto .* .t ranged. Sf "
Li take orders from the latest amt) .iI I I., High score among the member .
--- FRIDAY was made. by Mrs. J. D. Newby, who !.
CASINO rtylis1 goods. .
:
O.MCNciA'
fc I was awarded a. lovely bridgetable'cover. "CA IN' '
| Why pay rent when you can buya ANNOUNCES FOR RE-ELECTION .'' ." $ 'i; :
\r.ij;' :' . i. modern bungalow furnished \ .. _, -. < 'Mrs. Claude Harper was O
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FEBRUARY ' In. awarded the second club prize set
: ,' 17 ,throughout, at less than cost, ,on* f appear.today's the issue announcement'of,of The 'Gazette the of exquisite luncheon napkins.-; a The .
teims. See F. A. Nave.
own
your '
.presenfmayor, II. R.May, for a re- guest prize, an embroidered guest
A, PARAMOUNT PICTURE There was a large attendance atthe nomination for the office he has so towel, was awarded to Mrs. Sherman STARTING WITH LAST EPISODE OF ADVENTURES' TARZAN '
meeting of the Tourists Club at ably filled during the past year Tho .DeGroot, and the low score prize, a ? r
with the Christian church on Tuesday evening Gazette takes'no active part in the powderpuff: holder,. to Miss Frances NORTH"
--and a very enjoyable time was candidacy of any candidate but it Bay. "NAN OF'THE !:
A PARAMOUNT STAR spent. The opening[; address was is only just that those not fully acquainted ;I At the conclusion of the cards tm-
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given by Rev. J. G. Waggoner, anda with the excellent mannerin guests were served a delicious ice STARRING ANN LITTLE a

splendid program was rendered. which he has conducted his ad- ;i'course and individual cakes, carried -. y '
:i Miss Eula Render of LnGrjnare, ministration should be given a brief I'out in the valentine color and design. TITLES OF EPISODES '
I jGeoiftia, who is one of the charming statement-in order that a more intelligent :I Among those enjoying the hospi- -. ',
winter visitors who annually spend a vote may be placed in the ital of Mrs. Katz were Mesdames John ._ EPISODE No. 1.-"A MISSILE FROM MARS" '.- .J ; i
l portion of the fHjasirii: in Kismmmee, ballot-box. Cadel, Johh Nash, R. G. Minnick, W. EPISODE No. 2.-"THE FOUNTAIN OF FURY", i t, {
!is In the city making an extended! VIH- To carry out the duties of a mayorone H. Boice, J. D. Newby. Holmes Prath- EPISODE No. 3.-"THE BRINK OF DESPAIR" "'
I lit with the family of Mr. and Mrs.H must necessarily make some antagonists er, Sherman 'DeGroot, C. D. Cole, .
, Clay Stanford 20C Vernon avenue, -if he does his work con- !i!'Claude Harper, J. D. Woodbeck, H. EPISODE No. 4.-"IN CRUEL CLUTCHES". .,-- r: ft

: i. ,south. sCIent Iou sly. He may try to "carry C. Piano II. S. Geiger, W. J. Steed, EPISODE No. 5.-"ON TERROR'S TRAIL: : -r ,
: both shoulders M. D. Alexander, Harry Dale, Dorothy -
I Just arrived; fine assortment' of water on but in EPISODE No. 6.-"THE CARDS OF CHANCE"
' ... ,tiss gInghams, poplins, pongee's' and that cane he wins credit from neither Kern, L. W. Pilley, P. C. But-; -EPISODE No. 7.-"INTO THE DEPTHS" *,*'' "',
'silk*. Kissimmee Mercantile Company faction; the one will laugh; at his efforts ,torff, D. W. Alderman HowardT Katz, 1. '
J ,{ ; O. C. Tigner! 119 Broadway, to curry -faro*-whijethj _pt4 er.''|[Clark, and Misses Pilley, Piano, By EPISODE No- 3.-"THE BURNING SANDS" .. .'J'' .
ssei. I The lake excursions of the Rose- ,will snit lr""at-his failure to carry out ,and Buckles. lira W. E. Sanderson I EPISODE No. 9.-"THE POWER OF.TITANO" '
JpLQsk,. ada the office for which he took his oath. ,'and' Mrs. Paul Stanley came in later .
Steffee
Captain George are being T
Tej ov made and I,I I In the case of II. R. May hm ad- for tea. AND IN ADDITION .' ?
very popular, '
tourists are taking advantage of many the ministration has not been wholly Charming Bridge Party WILLIAM S. HART IN "THE DESERr MAN" '

, charmed days and the pleasant trip*. honey nor pie. He has engenderedsome I A pretty event of last week was abridge Also LAST EPISODE OF "ADVENTURES TARZAN"1 I""' ;
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$ i,Once the excursionist taken the out ill-will from those who feel party. given by Mrs. L. W. .
!'ing there is a strong desire to re that they have-been''worsted in some Pilley, at her-home-on-Bryan-,

i I!peat. manner; yet Jh fair-minded must
admit that he bas shown no fear or < .. .\ I -
1 AA"n ,! Miss Frances. Tress, prettily favor in the pursuance of what he ; ft o tft 9 c o .o.oooooooo.o.o.. = o..OOo.o...t.v4. ;..
gowned In pink was head usher at
beloved to be his duties. He has
) I the double wedding Wednesday morning been active in everything tending toward {
at the Churih of The Holy Re-
the of the
good city-ana, so .
I
'\ deemer. It might be added] that the far known has not been
as swayedby
.t. \ hnr\8n. I:entire decorating scheme of the his personaleeling* in any cats.His Your One Chance! -y.
\ Big
other }b\rd omALSO church was in the hands of Mrs. An- administration has been such as -
i o.\. nie Tress.
t to assure the citizenry that he Is -
tt l- rl0e.s .11 dO.what Why drag around feeling half sick; fair square, and a real man.tFLORIDA BB FHfBUBBtBlB F n f Bi n BBttfBtB ,
and no account' all the time when
dytetg; ap t t.O whatbo a you can get Tanlac T Central Drug SAND PRODUCES ,

m athia Store. MANY KINDS OF FRUIT .
'f" fiolk9 th lrnassee Commissioner Hansen Wetherbee, .:.--..- This : :
On and of Week r
..1 -- Friday Saturday
interesting
.".n'l'\1'ee" -. and Bass hove been appointed a com- E. C. Bryan has secured an .
\- 9tctnra.1j mittee to select a place in exhibit which he has placed on
which futuc; county fairs may be display at Brook real estate office .

held.- recommendation will carry in.the Moore..!building, where ILhae .. -. We wJl. here_..!L .L stprejt! _Sp ciaLRepresent.tive_:.:.-_.......:.. -- '
r attracted a great deal of attention "
the suggestion to either secure proper -
from all It is showing from Storrs-Shacfer Tailoring Company with a
quarters,. or to procure a site and passing by. a
1j I construct .ultable building of some'of the many product possible '
to raise in Florida sand and what FULL LINE OF SPRING SAMPLES OF 1, 4..

.. I r Those Kissimmee residents who are makes it, Intereatlnr Is the fact
more MEN'S MADE-TO-MEASURE CLOTHING
TOPICS OF THE DAY stockholders in the Oyster Growers that it was all) raised on one square A /
Co-Operative Association will be interested
, Mr. J. Minnick. of near ,
A.
'' Lee acre. R
j in learning that William
horticulturist\
. ji and his wife have been Loughmin, wasp the who
, - -----------i jarete4 Popham by federal authorities under ar- raised these! products listed below and WE WILL BE CLAD TO HAVE YOU COME'IN "' .,' .
,, zn order to rote at the coming city ,; ,th.y are all of very line quality. Money .
r-T\primary ill essential that every $1.000,000 fraud' charge. They were The exhibit shows daaheen 'r ""
it very cassava AND LOOK THEM OVER :'r:;
released in under bond. .
!r .j.. { !'' .- man stnd woman who desires to JPensacola, ponderosa and Kennedy lemons I ..A . e,
' needed ]) 11-tax on or before the close in connection'with Tanlac Is the grapefruit, pineapple, Temple, '
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, of business on Saturday. Febniarv ,large amount of men'and women who valencia King' homosassa, Lue ,,pun .- SATISFACTION ,GUARANTEED-OR YOUR,, MONEY' BAOf-: '***" t1'>,
, v' 18. It 'will be best to pay the poll- have'reported: an astonishingly rapid Gong,.rjibyr.blood.and Parson Brown A
o' {!. tax today. Only those of legal age Increase in weight as, a result 9f its, orange, sorghum; upland rice. Proposition.; :
I j. are exempted from this payment use.' Central Drug Store., :-1'' broom corn, ,sea islandveotton,. Jerusalem FRED ,s. GILBERTHABERDASHER. :

. ., I j have passed the fifty. fifth' birthday Then was avery slight patronage'on artichoke, Folsom yam, win-' . . _ ,' "
.. VHfnnniversary.. Of i the l lake excursion OD Monday'tnr' radish, turnip*.;Porto Rico sweet ... ,4' .. "'* I. ,
. ... '., I vea'fort, the benefit. ofithe local'band. potatoes, Red Bliss and ,Rosa No.>4 f ( 'a b -. ..".'
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. .. ,' A stitch in titoe' ,aver! nine; pruner tome two hundred"and fifty Irish potatoes,, kumooat.' brown' .N.,="', "... . '. '. ,. : .. '- " "' '; ...V". -; .
that dead wood! out of 'yolir eitrua it is reported''went-to'\.the-dock,'-but i i leghorn eggs Spanish c i peanuts, .t"" 'x 106SBnalrrq. KISSIMMEE,.. : t' - --.'P1e.-14; .---";,....'
_, trees now and'avoid much spraying J JI only J a' hatt hundred decided-: : aid j I beans rhubarb: honey, grape, roseUe. -.:"7 ,. ., ; "!tt ..
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w5jnext spring and ,summer and at 'theTU the bant) fund by, taking the-trip-< snap watermelon/Yelvct beans .. J ..
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I ;' J .same time lnsurt.li:bumper crop ler although the, yeninr.was ,most props-I 1 strawberries./. /r'peaches., piced komquats "/.. .0' ,;.-I I >> . 7' ',i ; t, .

''r f .,1peuct season, ou'. J J,1 10!,,,,: mustard, mixed pickles ,encum._ )' ,I" '.. .. ........ ... ... . .. .. .. .. .'..h.-" -.. .. ,,r_. ,

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. : Jr FOR SALE! -2OR SALE! He's A Real Whopper KISSIMMEE, PASTOR MAKES DID l PAIN DISTURBYOUR ,
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There hare been many quail SUCCESS IN NEW FIELD
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t CASH ONLY! TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK and I killed in the vicinity of: Eustis JiI
; this season--but there is one who wilt who severed hU
Rev. 0. B. Falls,
My'. home. North went corner... I bOx j! weigh more than one hundred and. connection with 't.he Kimimmee Bap. .SLEEP? I

4fr 150 feet lot. Whit bungalow. Two By THORN. fifty pounds which no hunter has succeeded .. tilt church about a year ago, has
'L )large clothes-closets. Cement walk; in bagging.! W R. QUAY) is, cOnTpleted his first year at Marlon, pain and torture of rhen- ___ ,j
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fr deep flowing well. Lund set to fruit engaged in the .realty business in that, South Carolina, and the report from THE can be quickly relieved. ,, "
; and flower; house partly furnished. III Ought To Stick! I'd Like To Know ,locality. his church shows that his excellenceas . by an application of ,II( Sloan a V ..
\ Taxes paid. Reason fork seUing If an Arab should lose all his teeth When you go out labbiting herein a pastor has been recognized Liniment It brings warmth, ease and !

death in family,, ,Bungalow too. larger would he have to talk gum ,arable. Florida do you follow a rab-or Springing Something New There have been 117 additions! to his. comfort and lets you sleep soundly. .
for 'me. I thank you. merely.. get' a quick hitch on, you forth I' Plant. Cty folk are tickled almost to"church d.urlnghla: administration; the Always have a bottle handy and
; ,> Call at 1004 Mabbette Street. Ill. *, lift( ? death over the promised advent of a, pastor has preached 192 sermons; apply when you feel 1 the first\; Hinge, "
; J. '! Klasimmee.i Wasting" Good Space __ *. *, tit 'great novelty-some "bellringers"are has officiated at seven marriages and i 11 penetrates without/ rubbing. ,
t The Bartow Record devotes much Nothing Worth Boasting going: to give"' a show there. I'd. eight funerals; and has succeeded in.. It 'a splendid to take the pain out of :;
i i MRS. IDA BROUGHTONEXCURSION columnaire to discussing ."Hints for The {Mermont Press announces that .thought for a long jlime that such paying off a. $3000 debt! on the build-I tired aching muscles. sprains and <\
I Eating." That's all foolishment.' the name of the assessor of Lake of entertainments had passed away Ing. ... I strains, stiff joint, rnd lame backs. '

r Here's the thing in a nutshell\ : get county is Nutt. Well aren't all assessors with Tony Pastor, Bolossv Klrnlfy's -'- --- For forty years pain's enemy. Ask ..rr'. ,
all the fodder you can pay for; haveit ,, nuts? They are thus accredited "Black Crook" Nellie Mcllenry, and : If an attack of acute rheumatism! your neighbor. ,. r
properly and tastefully cooked; eat whether or not 'such may' be a Harrigan and IIart-but. b' heck,Jn.which \there in much pain Ballard At all dMl"i.te7fJc.: tJJO.

all you wish of the durne: stuff-r -and fact; and l, by heck, in some of 'em Plant City gets a showing. HooiayTYsssum. ;Snow Liniment i h. a. necessary part of
allow the remainder of the family to the meat has just! sort of dried up. the treatment. It Is i a powerful j'am. S1oa:$
pick over the remnants. That's all. ,Yansuin. : W ;. relief. Three sizes 30c. (dOc 'alll. I I ,
I 1 *. lit tit .* 'Sentinel Shy On Data $L20 per bottle. Hold by J. 7.. Ro'>... \
,Small Shot Scatters Much I' Where Amusement Commences !. Says the Orlando Sentinel ergon. ** unimentc2!
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Polk county folks selected as mom.heT.:0r In Gainesville thejjnly amusement Majorities I1ICIIIl.nothJng\
-- : -thenextleglxlatureBKBuI.lard. < -ton-Saturday lost'- \ tho--auc1ioo': .nf-J.1' During .the- flood only- one_ _. _ ___ JNCOMEJAXJACXL __ -
of Lake, Wlalvs, and T W Bryant -''a mule with 'one eye eighteen YE'UI8 man knew enough to get -- .-- ... .....-- --
Steamer Roseada j \, of Lakeland. "B-B," ch ? Well old (the mule as well as the eye) out of the rain. The new requirements of' Ihe income -
I if those folks are going after b'ig: which was rattled off for $38. I remember I Is that So T How come Shem Hani tax law that .returns .shall be
game in the legislative hallx I'd say when oneeyedcaU fetched! ,and Japhet? Were they the aikitects 'made of gross income of $5,000 or Robert Reidel Co.f

. ___ that double b _WAil rnthr small._ammunition ia better figure than, that. All set: of their own being{;-or wore, they more rr ardleBB of tho amount of net
J.eo,; T 'ubJICThck Every income which the tax in assessed -
T ; but I could name some rep. {let's go. 'found in the arkhives:: of the Ark ? upon
resentatlves in the last grand session *, *- All set; let's go. necessitate! ('arefulcomputation
that four shot of that size would par- Be Ea r: 'With Me *. |on the part of the. tax payer. "Gross
TUESDAY[ and SA1URDAY alyze all the brains thpy ever had- | The New Smyrna Breeze copies Some Error Somewhere i income" includes prod ically every N NOVELtYWORKSIIOIJSE W K .J
provided they struck 'em right I considerable columnage from this dc- Says the Bartow Record: ,dollar received by the taxpayer during .Ji
i '* jpartment. and credits it thusl: Found!-Suit-case foull of wo- I J021 in salaries wages, commission -
at 9:80 u. m. I{They Pay Their, BillsI "Thorn in Kiss-Gar." That's all man's (clothes near Haskell on I *. rents royalties Interest on

I note that Herbert S Herring:, of j right so long as there's no misprint Bartow Lakeland road January bank deposits, cash dividends on i
: 'Concord New Hampshire Is covering I so the credit line vould read: "Thorn 29. 1922. i stock "or Income fiom any ,source I

Florida is delivering\ a lecture on 'Jin Kiss-Jazz." Be a bit careful IF The finder probably meant "wemen's whatsoever" "Net income"'I" gross *,
1 ('Christian Science. I'll nay that Her- i yoa please. clothes' for no one woman (income less (certain deductions pro- mu.s'A SPECIALTY. ALL

1 Boat Returns at 5:30: p. ni. ring is some fish. But it should be lit i!nowadays could have, would have or vided for by the act including all INTERIOR FINISH. WINDOW AND .
I noted that the Christian Scientists is !'No Kin. Whatever should have enough clothes at one business expenses incurred in the

the only sect in the United States ;, No Annie the W. J. Thorn Ie..- time to fill a suitcase. Probably I Icondu.t of a business trade profession DOOR FRAMES! WINDOW) ,AND
I which never appeals for outside aid !t.urlnath'ouahout this state on 'Milt three or four women going on.a trip or vocation.
BRINK) YOUR LUNCH AM:' FISH- ;j in the erections of any of its buildIngs t lions now living will 'never die" is no pooled their issues and things and I Certain expenditures, however arc DOOR SCREENS:'
;\ never has a mortgage upon any relation of mine. Mebbe he's correct then lost their duds. I thank you. not deductable UH a business expense
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I IN( POLE. A JOLLY TIME of its property and pays cash for every "!and mebbe he's merely. confabulatory Am *" i, when made for the purchase of articles -
g line or inch of publicity it se- I-but he's certainly trying to knock Not A Veteran's Statement more or less permanent in character -

GUARANTEED I (euros ban-ing, the brief announcements the undertakers and save expense to :i|I The Eustis region says with a or for permanent improvementof Phone 211 ti; For Estimates. Darlington '|
i which are donated free of the rplat vell. Oh. hum ; go ahead great feeling: of perspicacity: "No property. For example a mer- -
.charge by all publications. i Thorn. man ever got into trouble making: chant would not be allowed to deduct and Hnlsey[ Streets Kissimmee '
I .* love to his own wife." That writeris the amount expended in the erectionof ----- ----- ,,-- --

3 Man. M-a-n You're Right 'ICvlla "Boarders", Guefttal a sure-enough amateur. I know a a new store or u farmer the cost 'J
Says the Winter Haven Chief: i I :Says; the Saint Pl'tershuraTim...,*: man who, when he takes his own of a new tractor or thrashing machine Mourn, '
WATSON'S : !9a.m.tO4p.n \
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PIANO The Kissimmee Gazette is '! One of the very delightful wife a box of candy, f gets this thrownat since such investments art ;
8K g: IOLISH I wanting information regard- I I events of the week was n him; Well, who did you ,give the held to be capital investments. The KISSIMMEE
'V a promoter of an oil proposition 1 surprise party given Thursday other box to?" And when he takes |law expressly prohibits the deduction -

: who recently operatedin night in the parlors of home a ,real epic and span fine gift of family or living expenses ..
t, I that town. We bet KU- || the Ansonia Hotel by the i iI 'his own wife sniffs a little and says: such as rent for a dwelling:, repairsto BUSINESS COLLEGE( .,
Work wonders on Pianos. Talking 1 simmee's Thorn was so sharp j I, uruests, in honor of Mrs. .... "Well, what meanness have you been a dwelling, cost of Coed and cloth.
4,.' I : Machines, Furniture Autos, that the gent didn't lean up j I I E. Cole wife of the propriet up to now that you're trying: to ( ing for the family education of children Merchant and 1 Farmers Hank r

etc. against him to any considerable Square yourself before some l Und servant's wages, and similar: Building Kiasimmeu J Florida
I extent. i iI t I Why'the special delight Did 110(' neighbor tells me about it.?" No items. Amounts spent during the year

I For painted enameled and I I I was' certainly the coldest prospect ''' boarders pay up arrearages and get ,.trouble? Wow! Go 'way fum me, :' 1921 for any of these terns are not .-\

c leather surfaces. 'that fellow ever ,tackled. I told him :{I all squared! up for the laundry and chile! I deductable. .
when he'd "spudded in" one well I'd''the, extra telephones! ? Truly I hope '*" -;;- JAMI7S" l) Mu.r.L8II AN. I''nl'lpalCOnlll1er. '
{ ; Borozone i efficientheaIin
Satisfaction figger with him. Ho said: "Spud th' ,, /10. Liquid, is lal I
guaranteed or mon- 'Jes8 Plu.n Fool Luck Pftnn I 11111'n t
animal
;.- :' ( ey back. Made in Kissimmee. I devil 1 If I had the $25,000 it would ,I 1)1 ::t '"c Savs the Eau Gallie Record: I I flesh. It remedy mends for a severe human wound or rut .,,
take to drill a well I wouldn't want I Darn Yr Thank Ye .
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1 I Kissimmne and Lake Wales or scratch\ ) in the shortest possible slits ci':. HUSTON.HCciioiftaphy .
any oil I" And that was about all there I In one column of the Ocala Star.edited .
have received much publicity I ''J
time. J Price, 30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold mid T>' .
: SOLD BY- was about it. Yassum.I ( by John Habakkuk Benjamin.I on account of the fact by J. Z. Roborson.\ **
I :It j he speaks! of me in thiswise: "Now I that they honor the most ) "wrilllJ"I, I
hint Taken From Heinz soak your head in .alum water for !j beautIful editors in the state. WHAT SHALL THEY WEAR -
; : WILDER'S STUDIO about an hour and will be nilright. Ii> *
I Says the Orlando Re 08t.er-St.or: [ you Brother Thorndyke of The -
Kissimmee is talking about ." And in the next column, Kissimmee Gazette and TO CHURCH SERVICES? Special Instruction In Secretarial ,a

: 50e BOTTLE I another bank. Our neitfhho-- ,same issue, he copies in full my editorial Brother Triplett. of the Lake Work. ,1
lag city seems to have too headed "A Nation of Officeholders f' Wales Highlander. Oh well Washington\ February 10.-(Cap! !

: ; much money and it is all beI ," and says this in his intro- we just call those two cities ital New Service).-Commenting on .
| cause they raise cattle and ,duct<>ry remarks. : I lucky that's all. I|the Ottawa, Ontario priest who refused .!.
1 Old Man "Thorn" of The I I II admission to his church to f
hogs.I And as the poet of the sweet long: i;'
Not only raise cattle and hogs but ,| Kissimmee Valley Gazette :young women dressed in costumes' of
I ago says: |
: '';- -;.-- I speaks several mouthfuls of .. j breeches jersey and jacket many
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KISSIMMEE PLUMBING SHOP ,fifty-five-other things. But one trou- I I 'Tis not th' lip or eye we beauty'national .NEWBYINN
ble is that under present: conditions I|I wisdom air follows. {, call- capital churchmen have expressed -
there is but little demand for the I All of which suggests to me that "But the full force and joint effect' unmeasured condemnation .of .
:" I cattle Nevertheless, Kissimmee is something happened! to pull the "jam" i of all." I.this attitude.
-.t- N.tfciaj: Too B3g I I Said Rev. Dr. Charles F. Martin
to have a new national bank an4 i'out of Benjamin. I thank you. j :
; N. W. TOb S.aII is the building | "God isn't interested in what you
probability -
rthere every I ALL FOR ONE: ONE FOR ALL
.. ,'. in which it is to- be located Is to ,Fighting Devil With Fire j jI -:wear as I loner' as it is suitable for-- the TRY OUR ,
,, be .the most attractive in the city. ) don t know whether I'm doing ;I purpose for which it J is worn: Per-- .t'
''1'All W.rk.Guara.te.d' {;And the" institution'-will be a credit right or not or whether ,I'm breaking 'sonally if my church were so situated SPECIAL DINNERS .
< to Kissimmee and all of Osceola the law', but I have ray '.spotlight 'that women needed skiis to get to it,
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carefully arranged and aimed.. I I should be proud welcome .them."
Te, B' Satisfactory county. I i CASINOSaturday
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r' .. 4. ", don't light it EXCEPT when I'm'on Rev. II. V Burch: commented.-as .
'. ..A..., J''" NEW ENGLAND, the broad highway and there ap- follows "The problem of today is to .
,. ""IS Broadway Tetephoie 143. WHAT AILS...--. proacheth. some durneii fool with keep women interested in the work of Dlun Avenue r Ph"'e.' ZW

e' .. Time .was, in Boston brightlights: so brilliant as to make 25 the house of God. A church which -
'-. 'I ''I When the run of residents' passing very dangerous. I "wink" at February can interest a woman enough to KISSIMMEEWillson -
i Were very fair-minded : him a couple of times f'r him to j ,make her dress in an athletic costume
'I ". ( When we could see a show !"dim" and if he persists in "keeping'cm 'and do a lot of hard work to get to

:.- 0. F.. .. KRIBBS, W. J. 8TRBDJUUBBS : 1 Or skate on the lake. I on" when I get whenI'm safe Te-- _ it Is fortunate; a priest who then

,. A:, STEED In the public gardens. I flash my spotlight. in his face. forbids sentry to his building must & Aultman :
On Sometimes he says naughty things have his mind on something else than
Sunday or
/.. ...."....,.. ... V.ama.i.r.:: .. Law I And when -anyone- any could day; I when he passes-things ho never King of Comedy the Word." .
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'_,. r MSi. b'I.rida "Shoot a of learnpj:! in Sunday school but I've I REAL
4 4Je..ml itm.... !. nil.a......!. ... :: If one had: game the 40c billiardR"I per I.heard '"m before and I just grin. Rob-Mr-Turn, a pain killer. ESTATE :
VaJtqd Slalr c.
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: Even if it was Sunday. | a mighty happy l1'in. too and THE
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J'" Most of the Boston folks j moreover. I thank you. LIVE GHOSTS"AIDED 11 1 'I :
; rat .Johnston o. P. OAItRBT : At that time much regretted *_ *. *. I BY LONDON BOBBYFor Darlington Ave. Kissimmee .f1
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Living so close to Plymouth Hrre'n Another Mouthful "
: JOHNSTON & GARRETT "
: : I some time the bobby on duty f ,
When the Says the
Pilgrims dry-docked
... :,- ATTORNEYS-AT-YAW lIa..tinaUforaltl : had been watching with 11 ,
.', -i Several years previously- I If some of _those people ever deepen-
f Offices 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Band But were slowly living, it down; who are running around over in ing the suspicion the big slouching figure
.-' ; Building. And every bakeoven In Boston I the country to "reform" the shabby clothes loitering round BASSCONSTRUCTION
i. the main entrance of. the of
Bank
| Was busy Saturday night people would what
practice
every :
{ England. His
.-, KI88IMMEB.: FLORIDA. i I I Baking privately-prepared beans I, they preach this would be a when suspicions grew to a
-, I.l I I For Sunday morning's breakfast, much better country.But to certainly this fellow signalling
s, :; J. W. THOMPSON And nearly every "way up" family just. as long as the folks in the some obvious confederate among COMPANY '
swiftly moving crowd in front of
Entertained codfish balls Florida will prove easy marks for 'J
: |: For the same seventh-day meal these girafters lust so long will they the exchange pulled his cap down over -
his -wwwr .
", Funeral Director I Following which feed keep coming. The pertinent pleas of the eyes .and sought to slink into

Would be a fifty.cent excursion the plaintive pedestrian seduce the building."No PHONE S
; -- -- AND I To the codfishing banks simoleons from the simple suckers. you don't growled the btibhy 117Practka
", On a finely-equipped steamer- Charity begins at home-and it real. I "I've been watching you some -----
"' LICENSED I EMBALMER With two bands for dancers. ly ought to hang erround the prem time from man, and if you'll take a ) -
I But now_ alas and alack I i..ea until conditions are bettered. tip me, you'll move on and be -

fltors and Chapel Stewart AT.. A bill has been introduced Kissimmee haa housed a score or pretty brisk about it." Contractors and Builders
The
X18MMMBB. FLORIDA In the Massachusetts legislature more of this ilk-and as soon as therrmdents big'' rough protested volubly
that he Ito
i.- : . I To make church attendance here harden' their hearts a meant bloomin harm 01
and implied that If he
Every Sunday a compulsory act\ bit we will have fewer of them. Amen. wanted to
Heavy Cold ? Chest I Religious! jay-walking * 4> hold up the Bank of England, hewasn't I Structures of All Kinds '
Can never be successful: Dally Always Require Fiaancea going to be such a boneheadas
to
All Even in good old Massachusetts. Some months aco" there came to HAROLDLLQYD ed. make the attempt single-hand
Clogged ? Whereupon, he melted in
Up The only way many people We, rt Palm Beach a trio of energetic the crowd. away WOOD, BRICK, STONE, STEEL, ; +' '
Can be
4\f let it I seriously inducedTo newspapermen and gave out the word Simultaneously a couple of moving- 1 1Paistiag .
DONT st: a etatt. Dr. King' regularly attend church that they were to give birth to a STUCCO
UiKovcrv will get right Is by a religious argument splendid evening that would be picture cameras carefully hidden !
2 down to work,relieving) tlio tight feeling Tending, to emphatically show ,them paper : away behind the tarpaulin of a big
thoroughly
up-to-date in
ia the client, quieting the racking That it may do them good They asked for stock every sub respect. -. motor lorry ceased to grind their record Ttatiaf, Paper-Hugiif

,' w ,thui:ough. gently stimulating' the bowels And make better men of them a'riptlon.--nd there was a response ASAltoRMADEMAN- Fritzmaurice of this little congratulated accident and his George lead EnFJth1a ia the BoHdlsif U.. ]
eliminating the cold
poicono. Goodness knows there .
are to at least
& 4., '0" _,_..Always-re4iabIe.; Jnit-gnorl me
-. made to case cold and cuu&he. Immediately', forthwith pronto. -when someone pinned them downas easieR their."strategy in securinga N.. F_ BASSJAaLMSS, ;

For fifty years a standard remedy. But just as soon to how much they perfect "shot. '322
individuallywere Royal SL
411 the family can take it with helpful As there is enacted a law to throw into the pool. When (1) The scene alluded to is one of many SIS Spreule. A... Jfj
In "
results. Eases the To to them attend- "Three Live Ghosts featuring
,. children's croup. try make the answer came that the three would '
.. '- Mo harmful drug Convincing heating The whole plan will go blooey. put in a total of fully one thousand. L- Anna Q. Nilsson and Norman Kelly. 1'LUMBER.
4; ., taste that tho kiddies Lke.tt all They simply wont do it- dollars-well, the interest of the pyb- The picture Is filled with dramatic
drugguts, 60c. And a one solid fact I lie immediately sidetracked on.a. scenes and there ia much enjoyable :

Many a man in back years rough switch-and the evening paper Gobs of Joy comedy. The production is a massiveone ::1

t I Dr. Kin's Who felt he couldn't affordTo waa right then and there eclipsed. , of and the supporting players are
a high order of merit.
pay one-fifty per the quartAft -- Now the triumvirate is to launch a Now :J"'D LoeL To be shown > "i!
at the >
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Casino \
::1 New' Discov consequently, nerer drank weekly: paper at Lake Worth which next Thursday February <..
& :Any of th' old-style red likker will be christened the Leader in about It will skirer your JiM sad rattle 23. U lumber Before, placing )OUr 'order for
lag been paying seven! plunk three mouldings, shingles, lath, '
weeks.
brCotdsandCoug/zs\ 'I'h87'will probably: finance If head is'
.\ For every bottle within hU reach the publication themselves. All your rib axd auk :y'". do tk* or rising:your suddenly dizzy and on stooping; for and low nlllwork, send us your list ,
feel Right here in ..Florida- of .whihgoe to show that It everything estimate. Our price* are ;-
? requires turns
Bowels black
Badly Sluttish before the
4 And wa. 'glad 'to et .St- jeOr-r l lM k aB .rer tike.Jack.. eyes :you have right, grades guaranteed ,and can
: financial roll .
.... \ Haveat any 'pep" Ia work or play, ; .g a rood to put outa a torpid Jiv r. Take Herbine. It is make deliveries '
You're consupatedl The stimulating Ever ainee the law ,.- J' rood Jlaily. paper -' and make Itpt1ck a powerful liver promptly. :
J Sail tike regulator Price 60c. :
action of Dr. JOofa Pills briags Jbadc, Declared ,slung-was a. _crime' ;' Even .the smallest of dailies _Merry warM. .el .Unckter. Sold by J.. Z. Roberson. 0U -

dd. time energy/AIT'dru itU..25c.j. j And Millions the of government real dollar haa. spent mast.least ban' aD*advertising dollar.>Income of with 'UM Crud. Fleet el Fu. o The Perry Lumber .Company :.
At one hundred a day- This
| WOW? ORIIV Is a mighty good time to
Dr-Kin .And many: live have teen lost, and 'from'that,sum.up as hIPs is a .new policy in the start PERRY, FLORIDA "1
Pills; j Frying: : to enforce the.Jaw.'!.< ,; possibly'to1 obtain.;'. This Item'also game by: never saying town-building --
1T anything about
: :.. ,' !P bablr'that MaaaachnaetU.< law J; roes to show that,the publle hesitates ALSO your town unless' it' U _
; -_ ,Will resnlt-the aame way.: : .*' 4 to make*,investments whew the promoter WESTERN , somethingALLFOIONEtoNEIjjjAL
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UJ. t *.ivm"cH.i:FO* ALL .1[ you.., -- .,.* >,." pTqent ,of th. '. .;. Miraai dargon boat lastrval slnc.-466 "
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THi C15SiMM VALLEY GAZETTE.FRIDAY; FEBRUARY 17a!22 iI ..- "

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I L i LEGAL ADVERTISEMHjn'S J POLITICAL KOn COUNCILMAN ANNOUNCEMENTS' ,GOOD HEALTH CASINO, 1 flt

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'. . I will a landidate for City COUHHJVIMMII1IIB0P.
f''i''?( .. TN Cart .f the ('...t.,. ..... Lot., *''I., 9. Block'A. Section II. enbraood.Tu -j oilman for the two Years term In theapproaching : CHILDREN .
: 7 O.la .l..t', ..I....... Tax Certificate. No. tItU. < white prlmlU'', and willappreciate
-. .A*.es..e4' to _. H. Halley Cof the elected of-ui, voters. 4ft Tuesday Februaiy 21-
.: IN na E8TATHJAMK8 I Lot Block R Section id embracedIn IT 1 ..ballKO into I :" ,
/ W MILLER: Tax-Cerllfcate No. ., DKCKASBb; to Florida Fruit "and' Truck and will perform my .duties without FROM RICHBLOOD LOIS WILSON
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> ;; To all Creditor.liate.DItributeea Land Caj.ot fear or favor. ,
' 1111 and all persons having .claim or S, Block C, ileellon"1.embracedin 1. N. CLARK.Mon 1,
/,$ .demands against said eatate: You and Tax Certificate No. 166 of,,1/17. Assessed "'- '
< Y1", each of you. are hereby notified and to 8. ele"'ctlo. COUNCILMAN!! $\\I1 i h%,
required to. present any cl.lm. or demand Lot -Block B. .' SS embraced I herewith present my name aa a candidate -
which you, or either ofyou, In. Tax Certificate No. 167 of U17. As- for nomination for the position
>4t' :&!' ,may have a estate of James ...*."d to Florida Fruitand Truck. ;of councilman I of the City of Klsaimmee. -
W. ..Miller, deceased: late of Oceola Land Co. : subject to the action of the prl|
l County. Florida to the underpinned Lot T and ',.Block D Section >, embraced mary election to be held on Saturday -
J. W._Miller. Jr., Administrator of said I In Tax Certificate. N... 41* of March 4. 131. If chosen 1 will strive.
EiL relate within( two year from the date i 111. Assessed. toV.. J.> t..Ullwell.I to conduct the. business of the city Heahk, Streartn and Vigor Ialld1he
hereof.Dated. I Lot 11. Brock C. Section 14. embrae.tad Km well a. 1 hare my own.J. Built Up
By
February I Pit.Admlnl.tr.tor In- Tax 44* of 1 18.Aae I M. HANHELUKOK .
cwro'
:
J. 1rMi JR., **
A Healthy Woman Is r' Estate of James Lot S dT". I'tt.t.Section 1 10 of 1 herewith. MAYO. myself. 'made a s '
W. Miller. Der. ,,,,"" embraced In No. 17T announce a* a candidate fcar
,V. B. CRAWFORD. Attorney 1119 Assessed. to Florida Fruit and for re-election. to the positionof You see one ;hi'id strong and row sensaEtone101v
Always Beautiful Orlando, Florida. 9.9tCALL Truck Land Co. Mayor of Klsdnuneo subject to' the bust: another child pale and thin. One
Lots 1 to S Inclusive, lot IS to II I be held on C/itL
at !thou. ,
KOR 1VIIITR PRIMARY_KLKC-- Inclusive, Block C, Heel Ion 18,' embraoedlnTarCerlincate 4. 1931.t1 will add.th -ltanya4March ea tl_ : .:;..the_same....foods-and
In The.dyes oLMan -- __ No. 14"of 1119. latratlon duringthe current rear 'has takes the same exercise as the oth.
Assessed. to Florida Fruit and Truck met the approval or the voieTfiof this What l'
er. is the difference T ,
Nearly pictur
Lexington, Ky."During: the time I .QeuI.: :: Land Co. city l-ahail be pleased to receive their ,
of middle life I used Doctor The city committee of the Lot 7. ft. t. Block C, Section 16. embraced support at a coming primary, plfdictn) always it's a difference in the quality r
.
Pierce'aFavorite ,i",,-hlte man'. party In- the city of In Tar: Certificate No. 1S 9 of myself to rive. this "Vame careful work of the blood. The strong child has .r
Prescription and I cannot Khmlmmea hereby call end provldo for 1.... Aa r.*cd to Unknown.. thnt ha. marked my term of office rich red blood and plenty of it. You
,
praise it too highly (or the good it holding a "white man'.** primary.ti Lot '1, Block A, Section 'embraced H. It. MAY. ,
did me I believe the Favorite Proseriptlon j Ion. to l>e. held In the City of Kl....lm- In Tax Crrtlflrat No 194'of' .1.. love to see him eat ao heartily. If
1 nice In compliance with the. law of .......4. tv.. R. Jaco. A.-1 K(>H UAVOH your child I. thin and weak, five him
I is bound become a favorite the Citatoof; Florida, said primary to Let 2. Block A. Section S4 ...mbr. 1 Gude's PeptotManiran- build the
remedy-with:each"woman who gives be-Tield-durlnnr' the-hour* fixed -by law In--Taa--(3ertlfcale-4e-155-of-1919.-- ._Upon the_aofcitation..of-my fr1.-I.'I.l lI up
it. a fair, trial. I have also used Dr.Fierce'a . for the holding of elections on Hntur.dHV. **..d to Unknown.Lot have decided to make the rare. formayor blood and see the difference between'
4 -lilock Section 8*, embracedIn of the City of Klaulnitnoe. and childhood
Golden Medical March 1922. for the n..mtnatlonot A. a sickly, unhappy and a
Discovery for 1 candidate for city t'1..ctlv.orllr. Tux Certificate No. 1811 of UI8. A.- If elected L prom I..e to do nv duty to healthy childhood.
stomach- troubleund1 'for"colds; etc. to be voted for Bt the K..n.riil. election .eased to J. H. Halley & Co. the bent of my ability. IHI m>|.re- bouncing,
and 1 believe it (o be the. best. generaltonlo to be held. In said city "?rrT that. ean be had."-MrsT.C. O. on Saturday March 28,. Bit. tlon SO, a CertificateNo. appreciations. by my future action druggist' in, liquid or tablet form.
(..MflmiilM* .f Hlee4e lift o Aaesd.'to Florida *.
( Be it'ath Adver
.Oldbatn, 653 Breokenridge Street Those, and only those, person shall Fruit and TI.'UIk Land Company i, ),1. WIIII'I>oN..1 sure 'genuine, (

The use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite j,be permitted to 'vote- at. or participate: All,of said land being In Township s rsx e : e : a tisement.) .
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In. the management of said primary S5 South Range 17 Fast and being; according -, .. -- --
Prescription has made many women .election who are white elector who to the. Florida Fruit and Truck r
happy'by making them healthy. Get. declare their. adherence t* the. principleand Land Company' Subdivision of Bald SCHOOUNTESKissimmee STONEWALL JACKSON TRIPLET .
orflrahlaatlon of the "white man'*** .eel Ion*. '
it at once from nearest druggist I
yptir parly In the city of Kissimmee. who Unless. said certificate. shall be redeemed WAS ONCE WITH/THE GAZETTE
in either tablet form.
liquid or Write are by the law. of the city of Kllmme according; to law. tax deed will
Dr. Pierce President. Invalids' Hotel lawful elector who have on 'or issue thereon on the 27th day of February The Pilot hal---dd to Its'forc..
in Buffalo N. Y., for-f ree, confidential before February 18. 181. paid their A. I). 1K23. WUliamdeMille
vertu Wilier Park'The S. J. Triplett, one of the best-known
medical adviceNEID'S ( poll tax fur the year 110 and Kit.i 'I J. 1* WVBRBTnKKT. aplodu
,who have rearlatored up to and including I Clerk Circuit Court ?, newspaper men in the state. Mr.
: March 4. 11111. and who pledge Osccola County Florida. boy basketball team of O, H. Triplett has for the. last two 41on zlumaw..f
themselves. to abide bv the results of I,,7-11 ny H. H Rl7id,fa' 1>. ('. S. played its return with the years
game been connected with the Lake Wales
.
said primary election and vote for the I "' I f
BATHSBest nominee thernof. at the ...n.ulnlcllY I Winter Park high school last Friday lfIghlandnbut previous to that time

election. I evening, and defeated them by a had been editor of several of Florida'smost

For Mt.y Diseases I Thoae.<...U.and....only.... those*f (Candidate, persons shall r F THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN 1 score of 19 to 18. The game was prominent weeklies. Mr. Trip. I7assa

be permitted. to become candidate for :|exciting from beginning to end as lett will have charge of the mechanical -

office to be voted'l for In said primary the teams were unusually evenly department of the Pilot and will
Good baths with water direct from election, who pledge. themselves In I FOR, "SALE 1|I matched. At the end of the first assist in writing the news articles A story of one of a million home
writing abide by the result of said I
medicinal well. Open Tuesdays and events in that home that
half the Winter Park lads were this -
primary election and support the appearing in He has
I paper.
Thursdays Saturdays from 9:30: a. nominee thereof. who are qualified FOR AI.E-When !. the .rfcet ... 'slightly' in the lead but in the last rented the Coving-ton cottage, on the were not' for1 the neighbor's earl I

m. to 5:00 p. m. A short drive from .and under city the of law Klunlmmee of the State to hold of Florida office. a _eel ..read ......Paid ..u .. half the "Cowboys" came back strong east side of Lake Verona and will be Fro*. the Noted Novel aid, Flay ,
CO. Me- I II.
oar Raaradnle .t f Orlej '
Kissimmee. I I.'.' .f Of Bee* te bo P111.4Eseh .. ('.SBS .,.. I always havefreraa...'and took the game by a one point joined this week by Mrs. Trlplett.A .- by ZOM Gale. 'AI : __
I elector la the city of Klslmmre ..e t. *lx ....: .... give rn ... verykwet lead. Bullock starred for the O. 11.I von Park Pilot.
Orders for the water may be left qualified to vote. In said primary *>rlre* .. ...._ ".. O. Kmmmdale. I I
at residence, 614 Patrick street. election said primary shall have for: the right to votein M/f I ---. ALL FOR ONE: ONE FOR ALL

One candidate for mayor. Senor -----
NCiD. One candidate for clerk and tax "01- FOR HA 1,1C-- ::.tin': :t one-half Here* j Euayk GRAND WATER CARNIVALFort
CHAS. Owner lector. all cleared on brick' road,
( ktu* canillrlatv for treasurer. I close In.. About two hundred citrus 1 At last! The the event of our senior '
Three candidate'. for member of I I trees on. tract nearly all In bearlnK.Unlnnre ... ,year which we have dreaded for Myers has programmed a fine Go

r .ITIty OMincll. for two year carh.Klvu I of land ultable for trer In. th.ee long years has arrived the water carnival to take place next _
one of the best citrus sections of <> -
member of executive committee
for om. > eel I c.ola county. Price $1750. Will take (:;'writing! of our e..aysl! We spent 46 Wednesday.-in which there will be

I Telephone ()lice. No 63; J.= I I Tire Kor Ne.llfLg! I late model Ford lourlna car a. part. minutes nearly every day last week .twenty events on water besides
1 IdciK-v. No SIS. A. K. DennU. at Oamrtteofllce.
1 Each person dffllrinir" to have |IMiiHtne payment. and
10-tfx trying to select a subject for our many sports games on land
printed the primary electionImllot
llnura: .,30 to 12:00: : 1.00 to a* a candidate on for any city office 'I wonderful essays. But since we with a big costume street carnivalIn
Flit SAt.E:-:Ohemi: steel. auto-truck the evening. A invitationIs Up Quickly
shall file with the chairman of could not decide between the two essays general p
DR. B. L WILKERSON thin commit lee, on or before. February bodycovered top; out 1I.'. or uuto- : "Woodrow Wilson" and "Chris extended to the entire people to
cover waterproof IJtxM new, one
HI T 22. hi I* notkiof candidacy andspplicatiun
DI''r''r : to IIBM- his ,name *.o printed .ulo-Iulfle..arrl..r. J. H. Jump. tianity The Best Defense of a Nation be present and help Fort Myers to

upon a blank to be furnished by I i Karnrst .II..I--F'o"torll' Box S9S. ." we had to refer them to Mr. put'over this great event.

I ofn iOver The Roxall Slor the clialt'inan I I of. thin' committee his. slidaeemnponied [; lu-ttx Shaver and the school board. You When our lumber is used For there'
by the amount of as- Te cold take
ennment. a*. specified, below and no FOR' SALE or trade- for a rood. workhorse see, we knew we could easily writea prcTeat a 666. In no tim. lost In selecting?:good
name of any such candidate shall be a Kurd ('.r. Address: Post-. thousand words on subject so "
any .'
-' printed' upon or counted or returned I office Bon
If printed upon any such ballot unless ber sent out from-here: can be used
I FOR BAUK-N.w Perfection threcbumrr 1 of old
I this provision ahall have 1 heeticomplied Alabama. "Oh
Birmingham
BOYER A; WARD with. cabinet top with twoburner magazines and other such materiafwill { I please with the minimum amount of -working , y
--=- I Farr .f Ballet. oven. loud M* new. Apply ntSOI send me a man! pleaded a' frenzied: (
REAL ESTATE I The voting In enid primary election Main ctreet. Klslmmee. 8-tfc please leave them on the back voice! over the telephone. Rufus Betha up. Its use ,saves time a* well.. y o oI
shall be by frat. and econd choice steps, so that our busy Seniors wont
American -:
Homes, Farms, Groves, J ballot. III compliance with the provl- FOR H.'I.F-Hou.I' and. lota farm. have trouble 'getting material.Well Le"ion'a"employmenLman&, I insuring '* better---buildingin every- "-

-Undev.lop d..I. nds,-City-..oU- 1 -1on.-ol the-.tote-pflmary-laws.. and -' groves,-cypre timber.le.. Nee mi any them ager in Birmingham, Alabama seizeda way. And our prices' spell economy r'
Over PostofAce I the name of tho candidate for eftchoftte tt.a ; old Stale Hank buildingJ.. call for anytlme-between base-ball bat and went.All he, had '
J .. halt be printed on the ballotIn Duncan.. Manairc-r. R-tfo 'sunset and daylight---!eo please don't to rescue wag a Persian kitten; every timer .c( ? _
alphabetical order. hide when hear coming. .
i ('..*.. .1 Ile4.r.. FOR NAI.I-I"I1.;] residence property. you us" -. '
The committee shall meet! at III Apply at 'the office of The Valley t 'Excuseour' dust! 666.cnre* Chilli "Fner.

o'clock p. in. on the 4th day of March Uasette, Klaaimmee. I-tf WOODWARD 1 LUMBER YARD, t
I lilt. In the City Council chamber ofthe j "Notla, _, But Tht Tratfc", STUPENDUOUS SERIAL, '
.
JESSIE D. KLEINMAN city of Klsalmtnee. and publicly FOR SALE-At aacrtnce> : my bun- ' '
canvass the'return. In accordance Partaly furnlahed If '"Telephone 220 ,
. the F election law .of Flor I ':trd.'oT't: :; lOOxIKO feet; corner. Tonight 1 fa The Night of Nights! "NAN-OF THE.NORTH" KISSIMMEE > i. 'FLORIDA, -'+ '
Copying''r- Stenographic-Work : 'r.'b;:: declare what candidates have Death in family reaaon for-amlhtg: Tonight is the time when Walter BEGINS NEXT MONDAY .. .- '! ;;
.been nominated tor each office voted Cash only. Call at 1004 Mabbetie*. Griffin 'Bob the hero of ,
for and the chairman and .atrert. Mr*. Ida Broughton.tf as Bennett '
secretary th.tar
Phone 2621.. State Bank Building.e. (of. thl. committee within 'two.. day i the,dashing comedy, "Nothing But Ann Little l I. of th. Ben

I I thereafter. shall certify the name of FOR SALE Chevrolet automobile (The 'Truth,"_ will go through the or. I WUson-Arrow serial "Nan of the .
.thove candidate receiving; the nomination 4r901 fully ::lu..lli".s' and In first elms iners that he can tell the truth for North," directed by Duke Worne and CA-s--
.
for any office. to. he city authorities shape; a buy; cash priceloO. filmed in ita.earlier -
of KlImmeei. a* the nom!. > Cull oh R. A. Snyder.' 21 Stewart ,unadulterated truth for twenty-four episodes at Yellowstone -
n..e.at this for the offl" avenue, for Information t2tf National Park during the
party 'to :i hours. Bob makes a bet of ten thou-
be voted for at the' ) general electionto !sand dollars with his business part- \summer of 1021. The author of the
'
be, held March 25. 1922. FOR 8ALE rent at
[ on --or a reasonable ;
A eaea *i ii beet located house In the city; 'jners that he can tell th e truth for story Is Karl Coolidge. a writer of WEDNESDAY"Look :
Price
Or Anything On Top The Earth I i For' the p = of defraying the ..,; contain nine room .twenty-four hours. Come and see the much experience in constructing plots . _
expensea of the primary election. In- and bath treated on large corner trouble that he brought on his business for serials. There is a capable sup- .
eluding. the payment of Inspector and lot with fruit and shade trees A<1drrss"KU ( !
YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS clerk, printing the ballot, eta, thefollowing K. Squires Kissimmee. partners his friends and his porting cast and nothing has been
: aeament are levied fil-tfo{fiancee by telling the truth. Supposea omitted to render the picture attractive -
Or Anything That Ca.a..Be Moved '.a-afnat prospective candidate for the how to movie fans "
should ask
lady
young you
various office to be filled B.ALII. .
; : FOR ) For Itent. rnrnlabrd "
Mayor, live dollar Room and No Trespass Cards, 10 you liked or what The picture will be shown al the atThis

Got our price before having your Clerk'Treasurer and, Tax Hve'Collector.dollar, Ore'" dollar- . cents each' at Tb f Claietter6n --"r-ot.J would ,von htellhh.r,* Wouldsyou tell Casino next Monday and none should
. iher the truth You would! Well miss the opening episode. Such a <
hauli -done Members City Council dye dollar .....
.| 1..*iee
The. following Inspector and clerk Via/a.. Practically new. At a tea, He tells bin' fiancee-but that's telling chances of a successful result and

W. H. JOIESITftAISFEI COMPANY are said hereby primary dealicnated election: to conduct the .aonable. .. price. Apply Valley '0..U. .-- you the story. Don't"miss it! the picture as seen on the screen .:'
T-tf. .
PHONE 91.3 tnapectora: John McPhalter. K. O. Remember the time and* the place--!amply bears out the expectations .

er f, l._ Or"..., Oweela Menfwere c.: Van Clerk Agnew: A., J H.!). Thom N. Bratton.... FOR SAI.'K- Two boy.' cult 4-year eight o'clock sharp at the Osceola formed of it. It 'is a splendid production BETTT COMPSON -M1: h'
QBunOK W. PERSONS old size l velvet one -dark blue, one high school auditorium. and .the acting; In it is so intense

,.n Chairman. dark collar green and cuff Russian, detachable.atyle, Nearly white that-few will be able to..resist BEN.TURPEN: .

new. Apply JOt Main tre...t. O-lf Seph- ;Hayride the lure of It. '
NOTICE' OP HtCGIMTRATIO"' : _, (Cruse Eyed) ,- f
J. DENNING .
ORR.. Miss Little excels herself by her _
DENTIST Notice Is hereby given that the renIstratlon FOR SALEWooden'washing nearly machine One of the most enjoyable enter- .work in this picture While she never MARIE PROVOSTh;;
; new. Apply 101 i',11.lr.eL
book of Osceola .ewunty. ,- -- 'o-tr\jtalnmenU'-of"the'trhool year was the doses,' her- personal' Florida, will be
Over the Postofflce. at the office of
the. supervisor of open registration at tjiKati .. I hayride given last Saturday night by i -She does the most, as- CHESTER: CONKLIN
OFFICE HOURS: ,10-12:10.: 1:10: t. IResidence store, Kls..lmm.r, Florida, on -- FOR RENT in honor of their.iNtercf..r hounding, the most dangerous thingsas

Phone 174OfficePhone Monday. March 6. 122 and will continue - ; the Seniors. Two great coolly as if she were merely and ,' ,
.
> )n'RFNT-T..o
to remain earls unfurnished
15 g OJMII weekday., roomssuitable "
until and Including Saturday May f.; for Hunt housekeeping. : hot '|big trucks, covered with hay and cracking an egg. But that is Miss N.. Other Stars .f,,'Merit:
from; 1:410 a. m. to kOIr.:: :lao and cold water; bath Mr. ('. J. (loaded with laughing, talking girls '{Little's way, and a very nice way it ereas 1
,
Registration be op* Thomannn. S PrlnndoHYSnus' KI..1 .- ''and boys left the home of Virginia is, which has endeared her to the
cned In the various precincts. throue1 ,))- >1Ime.. x _. _.' .
1 out the county from Monday March *r'i (Lesley promptly ((7)) at 6:30: and hearts of millions of fans.It -- -- :- ;

M. TILLER 1112. to and Including Monday April OO.18 AND BOARD--Nlorly rurnliher {headed for the sawdust pile at Alligator ALL FOR ONE ONE ,
', 10. 1922. room, excellent. board. Brood location lake and then after we reached Is easy to get rid of the misery FOR-ALL
.
Any qualified elector whose nume Is reasonable prl.... <<<:.II.t 1| of heartburn or indigestion. Herbine In workmen -<
Estate 'our Japan'
Real Agency.NaeNNNN.M not now on the reirtatratlon book may 111 Mabbette "trevt. Kllmme. destination well words just
"
' ... ..... ,reftlater.I B-Ilx..can't describe the fun we"had racing goes right to the spot. It drives out caps an Inscription stating the names, e
J K. l). KATZ, the badly food and make business
I t tup the sawdust .pile pushing each digested and, of their employers. t, >
and told. I 10-4t Supervisor of KeyUtratlon. WANTED. feel -itlne. Price 60c. Sold J. A
Realty Bought , j other off the top and having races you ; by ..

House rented. iw' TUN oinTRirar COURT OK TMHVNITHIt WANTKIl i between teams from the Sophs and I Z. Roberson. CM ewes Bifiou Fever.
buy. econd-hnd KvInrudn
MTATHH' VON THR SOITHKHM -
Taxes paid and Titles verified | ,'I : OISTHI41OF' n.ORIPA. IN- sngine. Addroa: "A," care Seniors. Nobody thought of being
: BANKKIIPTt'Yl Of The incite, KJurlmmee. lo-atx formal or stiff; even the Seniors lost i
for nonresidents.Fire. that austere dignity which characterizes Belt Fertilizers luectidees Sprayers Pealtry SappEes
IN THE MATTER OF: WANTKl)-ESxpr*** < 'In3t.fruit them. After had Honest Good Pair Prices Pronpt' Shlpwwt .. sAsk
Ufa and Accident In- ; H. C. STANFORD COM: PANT. A ('OR1 and vra-etable Ship to 'communicate we played -
PORATION, with Hub Produce Company 'until we were tired out, the Sophomores yeti Nrighbor-He Knows '

surance.Indemnity Bondi.XX i BANKRUPT.TO the. creditor of H. ('. Stanford (Ueorarla., 71 Central avenue. Allant-6tc best produced from somewiicrc that evW was the E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jscluesvifle, Fleri4UGet

Company a corporation, of Kllmmee very picnic-supper DeceMher 1 1921 Reduced Pries Lute before Now tmn&A- '
... . .... ........ ....i Oaoeola county, and district aforesaid; WANTED hear from owner ofarood |-at least everybody declared I it was. Imybf. ,

I IOTICK/ I* hereby ->given that the ranch full particular for *ali*.>. D.Stale F. Rush cashprice ..Then a.' H was getting late it wasdecided fat "SIMON PURE" and "GEM BRANDS"E. ''I
corporation
: to start on our Jiomewaidjjourney
acvduly: adjudicateduuW the I3d day Minneapolis, Minnesota 4.1JIXMISCELLANEOUS'

nf.Januaryr I ft Jl. ..and that the- firsmeeting -- -- -. .. --- so jwithjiearty yellA for each _ __ __ -- __ __ - -- _..:1_ _-
' I P. A. VANS AGNEW of Its creditor) will be held [E other, Senior and Sophomores piledon

at the Courthouse. KUslinmee, Florida. the trucks and started homer The .
ATTORN.T AT-LAW on the Eighteenth dAY{ of Febru SECOND!: HAND dOOUfl, bought Bold A.. MARTIN SEED COl'lPANY'OLnICIIT' '
1922 at ten-thirty" In the forenoon and repaired. The) Caalno._ _44-tf i Seniors all declare their sister-class .. ,4
o.'rJCE8WIater rof-Bald--.later at-which time the ertdttora to-tJe-th.-belirentertainen--ever Ajctr-tAHOEST' '12tED-'HOUSE -'ir
Park. Florida may appear prove tbelr claim BARGAINS IN USED: AUTOMOBILESTerms j make good JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
.. examine the officer of the bankrupt to responsible. pe ple. One ithetr-eboast' they will ?
corporation elect trustee and transact "Raby Orand" Chevrolet;. one 111. that give an entertainment MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS
such other and further buslnes a* Dodge. tourlnSr: oneHayns.. '.pa.- for the Juniors that will
.
mayproperly come before AId metTampa. .enget": -. ItiO Ford toutInone; this.
than
I'll Ftord tourlnir: one ,.ltl* Ford be .more enjoyable An b._ For Quality! ,

.IDfiATBD. Florida, this ith. day roartateri on* 121'5' Ford tourlnrt t Seed Com, Beans Peas, Pepper. Eggplant, Watermelon Cantaloupe.Potatnes..Tomatoes .. ,
-or .........r)", /U; D. 1gaP three1132 Ford toarlna Bam o. Intestinal worms destroy the healthof and Field Seeds.
CITY.MEATJARKET- .. n. P. BAYA. 'Raa-sdale. Klaslmmee. Florida. 41-tC children'and weaken their vitality. Cucumber, Cowpeas- Forage ,
.
IS-lf REFEREE IN BANKRUPTCY. ""Our Catalogue and Price List'will give loll Information. WI-carry a

., { LOST The worm should be expelled. before all varieties of garden, field and farm, seeds, that have'been tested'' J.c' '

: )TfOTICB or JarPLI ATIOM'.>..O. TAXi serious damage Is done. White's and proven to be .adapted to Florida soil ami climate, and our years
A_Do" tr<- - -J IXMTT-..cI ,.white Beanie* b.II.I. Cream Vermifuge., f a thoroughly of experience enable to handle the Florida Seed business to .aeVWtr
. I. gold sad pearl setting.' IJb.r1r.war4 successful remedy.Price 85c- Soldbyyjr.Z AS -*
", i NOTICB IS'r HKRBBT"! -Otvll1N" Chit : d I. j-tr
If returned to Mr. W. 1 '
.{ O.'A. Dyer pia roh....?' 01 Tax Certla- JU bar..a. :10 Beaumont av.n.*. .*. ", .. Roberson.'? SPRING CATALOGUE. i ;r ;
cite No. S2I. dated the ilk day,of Jnly. .. ," .' . - "
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[re k l'IeLtan.: i .A. l>. 11K. and of Tax:-Certificate No. ; .n- ., -f lO-lt. ., REAL RAPID' BELIEF If rtbt'.'Spying'.Catalogue I. now ....dJ'.' ;Write for It Evewne.,,
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an 355.: .b. dated" the I' day .t.Jul, Interested' in I Florida.spriag sad summer'crops'shoald. avail themehres -,
<<
,
/"' ; '' ..JL, Do \ C.rtlacst.e :_ ---: : ,
'wosnpn'1A
NO 'J"1'a dar.t2e.e, A' the northern' portion of taforluatios'contained...ia.oor dna'ipdvecatalogue.. Snp- '

: Vegetable.... . ,N0a A. D. 1135 :-n-2a r'Ta. I ertlaoats.Noe of Florid ls 'offering' 91000 for,.the Lo. Angola.-It'teoit' 60 American FREE ,en request; to those who send la their Bane prornptfr.- .
r... 125-i0; '1I4 .... 113. sad UI d.t- Legion. ex-aoMiffrt'Just' t4 hoar to seasonableMARTIN -
111. retain of.thf'bidr of her husband : = for It today.f( Foil)InformaUon Md prices o. .!1. .
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I delebras gave, even in the light of ,
II day; a l subdued glow. Rev. W. B.
II I [IN SOCIETY'S REALM ] Golden, pastor,'officiating in. a most t
impressive" manner.
I i Both brides were gowned in"whlto
I silk, and wore natural orange-blos\
!ENTERTAINING MRS. NASH 'som wreathe and the white' weddingveils SPR-ING GOODS
WHO COMES FROM CHICAGO carried Colonial bouquets E
I,!|, Mrs. C. 1>. Cole has had as helguost. of They white roses, white sweetpeas.and
her friend, Mrs. John Nasty;,, maidenhair ferns.
I of Chicago. Mm. Nash is tourinv.Florida' -
Neld attended bjL. w -
Edgar Peter was
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with her husband and daughter 1.:
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while ia, -
M. Winch, as groomsman 1tfJ z.Ij -
and came in to see" Mrs.. Cole tot 'Isabella Winch, rI!
hi*, bride Miss Mary; -
While here -Mrs. Nu1't -
it r la few day attended by her sister, Mrs. E,
was .
j I courtesies was the recipient among them of several being an social honor " B..Tent, of ..MuscogeeOklahomawhc, ....-.-..:-;.. ,.,.
Dangerous lemon silk gown'Peter Wax 4EARRIVING
', tea given by Mrs. Cole at the wore Straub a had as groomsman Harold C

,club Jioune. Winch, nephew of tho bride, while
BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE Miss Bertha Angeline Winch, hit-
,WERE ENTERTAINEDThe bride, was attended by Miss Helen DAILY '
Business B. Y. P. U. of the Baptist Straub. sister of .the groom,,who wasgowneJ *

church held a social in the church in pink crepe de chine. Both I ...." --.----
'parlors Thursday evening, where maids. were crowned with evergre'enwreaths. ''P"o. t
F It I* mistake to buy fire insurance about thirty were present to enjoy' The ring-bearer was little" -- - I
Ruth Catherine Straub,wearingwhiteorgandie .
the- gamesparticipate- in the pleasures
,blindly' Many 'cannot teir you the of the evening and take a prominent and. MillS Louise KogJro Some asking why prices don't come down I
part in the light refreshments!! was the accomplished organist and people are
I' 'name of the company that insures of sandwiches, wafers!! and cdcpa ololst.I downat
loss.Remember served v by the hostesses-Mien Albina I Following the splendid marriage since the war is over. To show you they are J
oa them against :Smith, Miss Elizabeth \Varing .and ceremony the officiating priest. Rev. ,
t 1 1b Miss Nina Sutton.BUILDING ,W. B, Golden said the Nuptial"Iwass Price and
when buy I ....- --after which the wedded parties our store we quote below both the War
; you CIRCLE marched down the aisle to tho await- j<

; insurance, that the Hartford MET ON MONDAYThe ing vehicles-'showered by rice with- Price.Apron "" ;
Insurance Company' offers building circle of the Baptist out which no wedding ceremony is' I Today's; cPec38
church entertained on Monday afternoon declared complete. 4
i .a service of Are protection. 'at the home of Mrs. Ilaynes I| The wedding party and the relativesof ,
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t 9' Your cannot buy I Brinson-with Mrs. Brinson and Mr! > the three families then repaired
money Waring as hostesses. A urn-la) hour to the residence of the parents of the I ] ; Goods: apartmeni: : ; ?2

t ,greater protection. was enjoyed-after which there wasa brides, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Winch, .\
V serving 'of chicken salad, pickles, 422 Aderhold street, where a most I. i
'saltines, cake, and ice cream. A sumptuous repast was served. The I- Georgette' Silk. War Price $2.50; today'
War Price 25c today's t
-.Aak about this nnninal Hartford I Ginghams ; $1.00!
'generous collection was received. menu was of the finest, the centre 10 _
Service Those present were Mesdames Breaker piece being a wedding cake that, wax ,I. price yard_ _:"_ J=_____-- ----- -. price, yard :
, Brown, Beel!, Bryan.. Carson (M. the most gigantic ever--seen in Osce-
!,B.). Chapman Farmer, Glore. Griffin ola county. j blue for work shirts fit
Cheviots plain
', Hall, Johnston", Jones, Modie, I A little later two cars left for strip Unbleached Muslin. War Price 25c; to- I in 1 lOc, :.?
Moore, Patten, Rivers Rugg, Spier, of several 'days for points on the dy"price, yard 10 I War Price 25c; today's price, 'yard-_
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Sutton, and Wemple. west coast Saint Petersburg being ]I.
Carson/Farmer/ I I the first stop. One 'car carried the i j
PRESENTATIONOF newlyweds-the other contained Mr. One lot of Dress Ginghams War Price 15 ,
I MUSICAL Tissue Giingham. silk stripe. War Price
UNUSUAl. ATTRACTION and Mrs. L. M. Winch Mrs. B. E. jTefTt. j 69 ___.____ [
AGENT __ ___ 35c; today price yard u 1,
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r i I The- Conn- theatre at Saint Clout; ( and Mrs. H. W. Martin the [,.J $1.00; toda) price ____ -_
i will be the scene next Monday evenIng latter two being the sisters of the .w. ',

* i ;r ALL FOR ONE: ONE. FOR ALL the fact of great that Miss attraction Jessie-Lynde because Hop.ol two brides. I: I From Ready-to-Wear 1
HELD VALENTINE PARTY > Now For Few Prices !1 1Voile
a
P k ,kin,, whoeo voice posses ell a ,widi! ON MONDAY EVENING : f 17 .,
will offer : ;
scope of rare tones, a pro- W. II.I.I.* ,
I I On Monday eveningMrs. -r:
that will be of unusual excel
gram Swain, of 22 Beaumont avenue north Blue Serge Skirts. War Price $5.00' ) ; today's :
lence. has studied War Price
Miss un Waist
Hopkins : big assortment.
der some of the best musicians: in the gave a Lincoln-Valentine party at $$1.00 _ $2.98
CASINOTHEATRE her home assisted by Mrs. II. A. $2.00 today'price ____ price --- -- --
and her' rvices are in demand I : --------- 'j"
country-- sl .
j in northern cities. She hat Boyle of Nebraska, .and Mrs. Mrs. '

I consented to appear on the stage forth .Charles evening Crum each, of of Michigan.the guests Duringthe told: ;;, Silk Crepe de Chine Waisfa, War Price Men's Dress Shirts with Collar War 98c i iprice$2'JO
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I ,libraryVund benefit of, and the there Saint is Cloud little public doubt a story of Lincoln-and a valentine $5.00; today price _______ _u___ $298 ; loddy'pnce.. __ _ ___ .'
Light re- '
that she will have large and box was greatly enjoyed. .
4 Ii& February 23 a appreciative .
Thursday, freshments were served. Those prerkent -
audience. besides the families of the hos- ;I War Men's Balbiiggan. Underwear, W"a/ .
(. .Miss Hopkins' accompanist will be White Serge Skirts,. }just arrived .4"
.k Mrs. Lucian Lucas, of Clearwater, II Leases, were Mr. and Mrs. Rugg; Mr. $3.48 75c 39'
today's price gaimcul-----
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and Mrs. Graft, of Ohio; Mr. and Mrs > Price $6.00()(); today* price------- 1
If ye have tears of laughter, woman of much accomplishment Walker Fletcher and daughter, of ;:.
musical lines and the entirepresentation
i i prepare to shed them novel! along -- 'Michigan; Mrs._ Coffman; Mesdames ,
promises to be a most* Barber; Mrs. C. K. Hilton Mrs M. Blue Apron Overalls heavy weight. War 'I

+-- ;--- .:'''' pleasing one. _. ''A. Clark, Miss Thata Phay, and i Price $2.50; today's price.--- $$115 I
"Grandmother" Roberts, all of Kis- |:
r- II MUCH PLEASURE AT .
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'1') . g;, : BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYAn ,simmee. j jI :
W exceedingly ploasisg' birthday HOUR i SEI: <<> S 1 ,.1
f anniversary party was held "'ridayafternoon I TUE STORY. C>:E.s:

.., J -; and Aderhold at the streets home corner in ,honor of Lake of I The story valentine hour this week and was was a'', 4 We ore headquarters for shoes. If you don't believe thin .ask the J.
party
regular
Mrs. B. S. Butler. There (vcre gifts .much enjoyed by the .sixty-three children will tell who sells the shoes in KioJs lI1h1ee.
: I "I"1. !' ,"! received, there were many toothsom" dra} man and he you
'' '.. I' il; ....:;:.: ...- refreshments; and there was a general and several mothers. It was
f""1'i I:;,', I.., '1 good time from the commence.. harge: of Mrs. L. B. Tyree, and for i I Ia .
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'" "iojl, '''I Iijj half-hour the children played Men's Brown Vici Dress Shoes War
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!' "" ,It ''i ment to the termination. All leather Work Shoe. War Price -,-

,..r"i!, ;;: : ,h Those participating( in the pleasureof antes fathered on in the The Bungalow church lawn-then for the ,, :[ $3.50; today's price ______________ 'jl.OJ Price $7.00;; today's price------_ $4.98
W.
Mrs. G.
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ii"" ,tI.r; \.;. ;.': j',1',,!, Mrs.;'C. iJ Cole, Mrs.Coryell John Elliott 1 The. story of Saint- Valentine's!! Day 1 Ladies' Brown Oxfords. War Price b.
Shoe Endicott Johnson .
t -Mrs. D. B. Shaversong by Betty I[ Army War. '
.Mrs. R'S. Mrs. Gearon- 98
,; .! ....f'm',::1 \ Miss Elon' Gulce Floyd,Mrs. Gertrude Mary Katx.,Blrthday-Mre.'J.Iewby> ; GranldmotIner's L. Maroney'piano'Valentine; ) i it' : Price $6.00; today's price---..._--.w. $8.00 today'! price _..?__,..?,---;1.: .1$3. .98 ,

I oq, ; .. .. 'Revri, H. Kirkby, Mrs.- L. E. Liver- t+
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Miss ,
more, Mrs. Freeman Myers, Me "
U ce dora Russell, Mrs. E.: A. Russell,Mrs. Valentine Party-Mrs. L. B. TyJ t't'pld's 'a ,One lot'Ladies' Dress,Shoes, small size. .. 'j ',' -'.' :
a .tft T, Singeltary, Mr. 'and Mrs.', ejsong; The. Singing Birdthechildren h . Pl.90, ,
r' ,t i ,:., George The Mind Bird-Mrs. D. B. War. Price., $10.00; today' price..._ ,
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*fcS ,, ; irt'7tiVo more dead'than" Mrs. ,Ellen J. Waterman,! Miss ,Anna Shaver; song-Florence Sinquefield; ''f.
'you aret. The Great' Wkir Waterman.. Miss Emma Yowell. ,>rayer-joined in by all the children. Lir

Casualty taking-off'list-hnd-exaggerated i,* "', -. their I BEAUTIFUL, CEREMONYAT I children: There was enjoyed a valentine both giving box--and and the receiving Como In and See If You Don't' Think the War Is Over r' '
candies wereterved 1
S. Holy Modes! 'what'.klnlc* it put DOUBLE WEDDING : and home-made
r In ,the-.I hr..ii'ghosts"o and the I The Church of the Holy Redeemer to their {great Relight Next
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folk'tb'rd.l.leff b bind 'them. 'was crowded Wednesday morning atinine Wednesday, being Washington's
', '.Chueklnlul: l: LAUGHS { o'clock when occurred the weddings Birthday, there will be, a patriotic :, IA
; : joining Edward Peter Neid and, program, conducted by Mrs. G. W. i I
r., n l ROARS I'I I. a I; {Miss Isabella Mary Winch and Peter Persons. Mrs.: L. W. Barnes is pL. J I
; w. JS t ALSO- :tr '1" |Wex Straub and Miss Bertha Ange- mist for the story hour.--and adds" DOLLAR LIMIT STORE !

4EQPS,-FABLES: I line Winch. The chancel was tastily much to the pleasure of the event. ,
.decorated with flowers, with a touch .I GII7Ptt.I I "SIG.

:, ....,.of. green.here. and there" and. the ean-. Snhncribe_ . .for_ ___The_ __Valley___ h .1 F r
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BRIEF ITEMS CAnlERW _I You," and ,iKillarJM>Y." ,I ARE THERE TOO MANY e'i'

The Bank With Man Behind the Gun FROM OVER THE STATE next The Friday next afternoon regular meeting at four will oVlock.be ': STORES IN THIS COUNTRY

== first A fine program Is promised and plans ---- -
\ the of the congres-
== Republicans have unanimously,for the intensive drivo--for jubilee I Figiuen. gathered by the commission
:::= lional district
'S c. -___ ? -e M. Gober ofakelandrune members will be announced.M. I of agricultural inquiry in Wash.
Ability ::::! 'lominated Judge W.
ington
show
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,' r counties of the twelve V. BUYER : :
rr" -..: and It'i the man behind the Sun who make it formidable; =11_ nthe district being represented at I Corresponding Secretary There is one grocer to every seventythree

a" I' .-::. and it's the men behind a Bank who make it.con ervative. == t;he convention. ._ !GARDEN- GATE SWINGS I .There if.families.one jobber to. every' fifty-

=- .'Willingness seek Y-=_ final consignment of machinery WITH LULU WILSON I II six i grocers.
In I all our business transactions this Bank; not popularity The
; '>= for the test : There are :wr: ,:.J2 rctai iJ} grocery
other equipment I
id t
r r to<<:>> ServeDEPOSITS for itself, but safety for it* depositors. We seek :)ry il well has been shipped and will I IN "MISS LULU BETT"IThe und The dcliratexsan total stores.
- number
I of stores in theprincipal
w =I arrive 'in Fort Myers shortly. The.
== ''t\ to be accommodating-T-we are always, courteou*.-but the j test oil well drilling equipmentwill old garden gate of childhood' lines of trade is 9&0.41U. i
jig and active memories, which the modern fashion ,The total for all lines is estimated at
in
be position
INSURED maintenance of our standard of conservatism are ever : soon commenced sometime during of fenceless domains has somewhat probably c ver 1,200,000.Three .
work
g 'C and always with u* the first consideration.If = .this 'cominff month. The first test relegated to the past, conies into its and three-tenths percent; '.of .S
= ,well by- this company will be sunk own again in "Miss Lulu Brtt," which the population of the country is employed -
15 -' = :twelve miles southeast of Fort Myers. conies to the Casino next Tuesday.A . in retail trade. This is 2.- '
-- you admire standards of conservatism, ,' ,,to be followed by two more wellsit. typical mid-western or emi- 585,368, persons more or less.

''ti we be vpred<. may __ -= furnishing lines. -
.. .* .. H__ fence, was erected for the principal
-" -= honored by a personal call? ==1' Sobscrib for tae Valley GatetU scenes of the picture, which deals t'' This makes one for every 602 tami-. "..,
f -, = with the Deacon home where Lulu lies.There ,"v '
=== a = W C. T. U. MEETING ''Bott. played b$ Lois Wilson, has her, are 25,205 retail dry goods .,."
,= =- ''abode. In the centre of this fenceis stores, or one for every 691 Cami1i ....
i ==== ,== 1 At the regular semi-monthly meeting a gate just made for young loversto ,,There _ie 141, 67 retail shoe stores, ....'
of the W. C. T? U., Friday noon,, swing upon. It is not difficult, in;'or one for every 172 families f. .,..
the Chapter house was filled to capa- observing this remarkably realistic'"I There are 1,309 shoe wholesalers j' ,

city by an enthusiastic group setting, to visualize!! a harvest moon or one to every 101 retailer ,,f
The usual routine'of business was and the scent of the honeysuckle' : The number of retail candy dealers ,
:I promptly dispatched and( ;under? the cents to'permeate the air is 56,683, with one wholesaler for '''
: I .BankofQSCBQla: < ounty head of ne\'{ business the, city- election INEARTHING every 'six and one-half retailers" I r

; and registration' received due 1 BURIED CITY LAWS" JM
: attention and women wen i urr d,to JA ;' CHANGE IN THE
Roman ,
; ; vote, for the man best fitted for the A'buried{ city near: Vaison,
', .. t of affiliation. in, France: Is now being unearthed. '
fne regardless party Abb Le. Mire; member, of tha'I''' : ,
e Hoar 9 A.' M. to .3"P\M. W4.I.-i ,? ((1 -I I 'A' delightful-and instructive s pro.'; Neflected for over two thousand I French 'gonrnmlllt,*bas"presented ;
.- ;:. \ : . +". gram was,rendered. )[rs. .,C.". W, ears<' areheolo< ra._ _,_ __ , ,, '. __ .' -" .. I. "' '.l t'N' ",.. I ==== ,Craw and,;Mrs., J.M.; ';,Duncan.w.; r<,t.' nd;judging from present progress, passed,twill L make ;marriage" in:'
- the readers.. ."Echoas-1" !roam other lirlll tell more of'aajly Roman ideas I'Franca a matter entirely between the,v
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by visiting mambenL )and customs than has been learned
states, given many contracting .parties. ,'At present la
.win not. soon be forgotten r ,r from all other! ,such, excavations; nilguttsCdbafoitAtVaDsgOatstta marriage cannot: ,bt'/.gaJy'' 'made 44
'" r ..Mks.e8. Y.-coop r. accompanied tMiss' ...ovtr.EqroiMUAj. ..... :,-T---:. ivVi".. -j without tie consent of parentsTh '
N'N'P rr Lonis.",ThoIDUOD.-.a only,Mfscooper'cansIDFrrwed.r'erjLove: : .1 i resort is-a .mall birth ratc-andrmi .

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