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 24, 1922
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01052
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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I'. . M ANY. COUNTS_ '. nE'.Ap.AINSlQONEGAN :Notice !tojthe public". : The.school 1 authorities; 'the' city' ..dminigraorjand'lhecity' -< ..IS. BEING'. SERIOUSLY CONSIDERED

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wish'to the -
: health ofBcer assure pco- .' .
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H Cam4crimkatuf Arthur E.. Do.ega..A..!,W.. 'Gutiu, ...! 'PM(. 1CVW:: .'pie, of Kissimmee 'and O ceola. Bounty) that 'the situation, in re. -- """""--at... Meeti:I"" al CkamW,o t.C _erc.-fa..reL TV A.;Mia_CommissionMaaafcrial : 4 ....

Krer. ,--.Charted :With-lrregulan'bes,.la',Sa3at-Cl..d'.Baak:,Failure,-Now ---- ;... .tcrthe-bealtnhhetOnunun} i-'i being closely watched Form of Government For Klssimmec. .-!. ,Meaatim. EveryOffidaTEkct ,

R. ,To Be H.ard-W'OP..F.: "" ... ,.Forecast A *Celebrated Cas and every safeguard possible it i J being brought bear to'prevent .., "' : **' Mast.. Favor. Suck PnJe. w
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BI. Judge'. Rhydon'> .M.. .,Can" has,'_set n entofthe" :. bank's funds. ';'Lesser the, spread of infectious s" or contagious dictate*. ,At the For wvetat'years there hare been -which .have" teen adopted other Flor;:-

charges have been preferred against first Indication of endemic or/epidemic of f a contagious disease frequent agitations regarding the Ida cities--ariioae-which may be men''
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Mara :UZior the ar, /vf the trials.In .
change in this city from the tloned Fort ,
i Bartow livers Saint
Gustusr and VTeavar. .. .rei.tigh
the 'd>trct! ; Unite I I. fitatrcourtbero 'On.J.nuaryI..1918. Th,'First National the.proper i measure, .in to ,jhe, schools .will be council'' form' "government 'which Augustine Sanferd"We'st Palm Beach -

or .Arliiuir\ f:. irtirt''j}fcnrer: ,,.pres Bank of Saint Cloud of which promptly. taken::! '. has' existed since the city first in- Ocala, Tallahassee, end .others. The,

dent 'of the First Nation' >Rank:V.'ff ,Doneran was the president and Gus- . H.. S.- ICER.:M.: D.. corporated'to that of a commissioner latest in. the list is' Bartow where.

Saint' Cloud and the. dozens': BankofKiaimmeeA.W.Guetueformer tus then cashier went Into' the hands ? > form?:with a paid manager. the new form was ..doptecL.bLQnltbrbal"drmaorltjwlth;. ,-" _>...... {
I ree.I".r..umme..o( .__ City..HealthOElicehCITY - - Each-time--the--matter-; -1>een over six::

kcashler of the; Saint Cloud Bank and 1: the" same .yea;; Wildberger. assigned brought up 1 there has been evinced hundred voting the measure'.carrying' .

Paul K. Weaver, former cashier-of by the i department:.of> justice an antipathy, toward ,the project by by a fated thirteen. ;x, :: *
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.circumstances those. who were- not thoroughlyposted Bartow adopted the system this
(the Klssimmee bank.who are charged to.lnveatigat..th. '
Pin 'four indictments returned by. a rounding the receivership: .111.' nd. ---------,--.." -- . . '\. ... ; those who believed that some month and the record; in speaking'
(federal grand .jury March 51 1111?,with : jugs resulted in the four indictments underhanded action might work adisadvantage of'\the change hat this to say:

{irregularities-In-the management in, returned by the federal' grand Jury HILLSBORO ''to-th .jctr! roper andwithout'giving'the The_,.new. ,city IcomTnissloners
the Saint Cloud bank.: 7 II on,March 5,;1919." -The' nveatlg.tlon,, HALL BUILDING OFFICIAL. matter sufficient can never expect to get.the*inost ;'

The charges against the three also showed irregularities at the study there wouldjb a'. violont'op.positron desirable results; no matter. how
banking; constitute.one of the Kissimmee bank in connection 'with' to.the project. ,seemingly, bomb-proof a systemof
men '.
mOlt sensational of recent' P'lotidaj the account of the Saint Cloud bank NOW IN GOOD SHAPE THANKS KISSIMMEE There war, those discussing-, the government they may: have y
question at. the reoent meeting who been able to without
Indicted with tho conceive,
roanlc* ca....' 'Approx ately fift"wtnN.e. so Weaver was two :
all the from New Saint ploud men. were emphatic. in their assertionsthat the cooperation of mn-aad "
(York to Texas. have way been summonedbe ; .. of the case will be FOR MUNICIPAL WORKNew 'LAWYER FOR ADVICE only by a change in' the- form of women who make up the Bartow "

> here for the 'trial. The 'chargesetrongy handle by United States District ,. ; government can Kissimmee hope to public. The old J administration
contested the defen- Attorney William .M. Gober: and As achieve hrr place in the cities of the was co-operation in the past ..
by :;;k'S. WeD that Probation Officer !. state. One of the speakers declared Almost '
ate and a legal battle lasting/ a sistant' United State Attorney Damon Quarters Tampa Appreciates every member of' the ;
(week or possibly longer is anticipated. G. Yerkee Attorneys Milton'and There M.Be Postpeaement !. Suffestie Fro. Osceola. that, three. commissioners should be council expressed appreciation" '
elected :.t-a..lary-ef-.-.ne-doll.r- during the campaign of the wonderful
,
-
., Ackerman are -understood to have
,tW. P. Wildberger who was'theHJnHed. been retained to represent the de.fendants. Votiac oaAs For New Hall.Not'that Comity PreMcntiac AttorneyEarl' year-mea in whom tho entire citizenry support that had been
I had confidence In every way- given him in past projects that
States department of justice Tampa Tribune. ;:;;
[agent who brought the cane. into It may be remembered last year the new building presents Stumpf, probationoffleer of and under them should be a paid director he' had brought before the peo. ;
Hillaboro with
a perfect.appearance for a municipal county headquartersat who would assume detail They of all
every ple. people can
>eoart has arrived in Tampa and in : when thease came on to be heardat
building for a city the size of Kissimmee Tampa believes in publicity regarding concerning: the financing and im therefore realize the absolutely
the for the trial. Tampa Herbert S. Phillips was
making preparation
but that it does make far the great work he -is doing, had
thechal'88 -- a provement of the city. Others necessity for co-operation in the
Clarksdale have refused
fs the at reputed to to try
Aie now postmaster better building than the one now inuse and frequently contributes to the pa. additional views; all were good but inauguration a new system
( Mississippi and this constitutes against 'Arthur Orlando E. Donegan for it* municipal '.offlces- the pers'of Tampa matters of,much in; all of them will have to be hammered the practice of which is, almostas
havethe because'as'told the ReporterStar
his third trip here In an effort'to/ : by
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terest. Mr. tharthrougH
and Stumpf recognizes
settled. there had been "too concensusof' general public; into shape 'beforech.rter much an experiment for the
charges the that there-I. plenty..of room therein the press is here obtainablea can be secured posesfting all the la- new officers as It would be to '
the indictments much
of 'regarding
Niae counts in case,
comment
one
i: charge him : and that added that it was for the several departments of the vast amount of good results in the teat and most modes for progress. them. And If they are sports
against Oonegan doubtful r.per would be 'city tor the present Is, also assured. work that frames within his office But the making: of the change cnn- and clean torerothey will give
with the ever
misappropriatioft-of 41735. case
well- and is ready to release good stories '
The entire building has been not be de.e in a moment, nor without It.
32 of the funds of the Saint Cloud 'brought again. From tho context
up reconstructed and made attractive, when he feels that the may deal of hard work.. Ther.sbold The form
?bank through notes that had been :I s-f the clipping from the Tri papers a treat Introduct'on of tills l'goV1lmml'nt
and with the new vault that, hasbeen aid him. Unlike many holding the l be a committee of three or was when Galveston was
made out to the bank. Doiwegan bURl there to bave boen'an '
seems
,( constructed adjoniing the room same position in other counties he is five t. 'select the best' from charters practically wiped out of existence*
is also charged with' the embezcleKU error. ja the prognostication. which will be used by the eity clerk not 'a "clam"-nor .does he claim to September 8, 1900. Under this'neW'. .'"
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the building has been made admirably know-it i all.Recently Form tile city was rebuilt-and has

KLUX KLAN KEEP I adapted for the uses to which it will he stated 'a condition FORD A WINNER from, time to time since remained.

", SCORES IN' RAIN TO APHASIC WOMAN DIES be put. which leas published in full in the DAY Other large cities with certain Mod(.'

The lower floor will have a large Tribune, aad admitted that ha was flcations, amendments and improvements *

VIEW. FIRST PARADE room for the meeting of the council l at a.loss as to how to proceed in a have taken up the form] and

AaneunoenwRts-claculated-"- throtfgh- \ FAILED TO RECOVER and the mayor's eourt. This will be certain matter. When the Onceela KISSIMMEE PLANNING: then commenced the adopt!** .tit., the '

stated that the "frout room" of the buildingexlendiag !! : : :- county prosecuting attorney Milton system by small cities. ,
out the city yesterday "''
| 'tfl the full length except for riedmr. saw the situation ae made There: are thoeewhe will_ evtn.now,
err
tie local order of the Ku Klux Klan ,
,would parade- t evening, at eight FULL[:CONSCIOUSNESSF..d that portlOlused for an end stairwayto public he immediately wrote to Mr. BIG ENTERTAINMENT }think that 'Kissimme'is .too. small'

e' clock--and *long in advance- the the second! flpor. Just back of Stnmpf-referring< him to three\ exact eity to adopt such a system of ROy*

stated hear there were hundreds of . that will be the office of the city statute under which proceedings WeeidrLiND;; eminent. 'Te ,show thpt other eiiMea'of s, -
automobiles and some fifteen hundred UBCBSCM .S '.. Duck StreetAadT.U clerk -T to which'the new vault has might be successfully brought-and SOB! : of' Chamberof .even as ,low.as two thousand. pa>i r

"Jlp'ctatoraLlIn along Broadway and .. To Private,H.. *eor I been attsched.r_andptj! tharearof o:..atreuc.recoved.anacknowledge'raent ( Commerce' Endorse The Plan latlen have> been ..eeee.fu rla' such
streets and At I th.-w l be.the office for the use! of from the probation officer Witnou HesitationMor a measure one has but to reoaM the '
all>adjacent avenues. Attention aid Carefd. Nunmr
eight-twenty there came a slight .. I the collector"of the water and light which read as i+below following-named: small places, having ,r
department.1 There ia also' on. the 'I was very gratefal to receiveyour : adopted the plan which could not: b1
..Shower Which increased in severity Mrs. Mary Philips, who was found than ferty ,member* of the
; floor' latticed porch in which favor" gi4lns| me the exact Information Induced to return to 'ccuwllmantcr '
.for twenty lI'Iinutend the word unconscious at the corner of Brack and same a which I Chamber of Commerce attended the .
circulated the, I may be kept -some of the noeded as to the .tatute on plaiuj '
w.. that parade was Bass streets oa Saturday evening, I against' -.the woman very pleasingluncheon -yesterday '''
ailed off: Following: that there camsgeneral January.28 v nd was taken 'on' the ; material by. both water and light-de mentioned-canproceed in.the Tribune: I noon and then took up some matterspertlaent .T.nneesee-'Blaek.tooe;' ; Vlrirmia .:
am cer- .
,, licntonville'Arkansasi
of and I partments.On .to the of Kissimr ; j Blrmingham.
dispersal! CAn
folk winp day to the home of Mr A. progress
obably, one-half of them left for M, Mathews, on Mitchell streetdiedon the second floor there are.threelar&'tl tarn that.I can prove to.tbe.laU.fac-: It was-.-nn -meeting and Michigan) .Clank South Dakota
of that she is The
rooms.One ref these be tion M jury guilty. Collinrvillc Oklahoma Coronado ,
0011. Tuesday. without regainingfull may, there premises to be a series of these ; ; t'
..' Tho e' ''who, had tho tenacity' to consciousness. la' the opinion of: too used by the fire department, and an- ,bey is. in such bad shape that. an operation luncheons which will draw the people California; Coluaibtu Montana-} .
,the therby l .the city band; 'whilo the was necessary.I Erik, OklahomaEaatlandr; Texas, a
stick to their post beliovm that examining board the woman was pronounced Into the organization and conaequenttyT'Wn'Kapread '
Inter.eat
parade would surely take plaoe, were not ..ne. although there were third may "utilized a* a\ toekroomto.r' certainly appreciate yonr the.activities. of Electra, Texas;,' w: ,
'
1 ... the of the because not being a lawyer and vania; Glenco : i
'rewarded at eight-fifty. by seeing t. times when sanity seemed te prevail. the orgaaization. These meeting '
departments '
access to the revised volume I. .
several which not having Montana
city are Klngsport.i.sj
toAThde' come south on Broadway Funeral services were held on Wed. have already Inculcated to a considerable ; ; "
headed by three mounted nvcn ,and neaday. Rev, J. A.. Button offleiat kept in reserve. The porch on theupper .I could find nothing on which to degree, the desire to do bust- bock, Texas; Morris,"Minnesota; ".

[followed by a bugler. Then on foot The remains* were placed in Rosehill floor may also be utilized as a prooeed'smd our county proeocu-. seas with home merchant*-and to do dill. Oklahoma; MiflrHriburtv/PennsyU/ '
.
has this amendment.This .
with gathering-place for the band.or1tor tor forgotten vania; Portland.-Mlch1 ntPlpeelose-; -
came other member of the klan cemetery lot having-been purchased wonfan away with those who are working the ]
here and there a Mounted aide. Numerous -at the Instance of her daughter the fire department as a loinnntT-- is 'peculiarlysubject city for what may be skinned from Minnesota Plymouth,) Miehl iA|<
banners were'carried' cJling wh. is in Alliance Ohio. Th .place or fee a dozen uses-for 'it is to our attention. A year ago she the people and then departing to oth- Royal Oak, Michigan Sherill,. New
and adds to was living, in a broth l with her six Westerville Ohio Warrenten.,
greatly York
sightly ,
Par a spot ; ;
attention to various matter: :; daughter was advised of her mother's er points. A* these meeting continue -
\.-.nt* where are your daorhtors.:-Ware injuries and condition and ordered the appearance'of-the-place. weeks olinfant. The latter was daa.prou.Jy amass there Is bound to be an increase VirginlsWerst 11b.rty'Iowa;. and". ": '
J..merican-Beot. \ There are some who are tasiatant of syphilatie sores and so of msny-otb.rar' ,-
the Chamber
'; 109 percent that everything possible be done to infectious that the hospital in membership
beware-Tlale i* our last via that because the building: which was Commerce and Interest in
.leggers make her last day the sears ccmfor.taMc. a greater '
authorities refused it entrance. It TWO WERE INJURED WHEN +
it to you-but the fall'' reading of obtained upon such excellent terra matters in which will redound to the
because bl"the city has been so well improv was agreed the mother should take AUTOMOBILE TURNED OVER
.:the banner was impossible Because of her. enfeebled condition benefit of Kisshnme and Osoeola
', of the reflection *f the streetlights; T. L. Comer county-judges appointed .eel. ..t it mar be used for an.inde the.child at intervals to the state county.. . ,' .. .

.J "Do not follow D.": being one' to.he. James Johnston a* guardian-and nnmak' period as a city hell; but v.n'erar'l elinic' for' treatment for herself J, Edward Krause, of Runnym'ede As the"-revolt of 'antomobUis ae,
and' she
child but
most easily read. since tIN death.the appointment has the opinion seem to more generally dodged even Lodge' wall guest of honor, and at cident Mrs. Julia Pop of'Orlando .r
'\, 'Those wearing the garb of the an been changed to admlnl.tr.tor-.nd prevail that within couple of years this by. were : over to Tarpon' his plate was the cake with lighted mother of former Traffle Officer EJPope \

y socUtion -numbered with he will look after the of the there will be an opportunity to vote Springs, luckily the child candles proclaiming it was his birth- liea' in aerltlcal oonditlon'atthe'f''

'; 'probably' an added number citizens deceased, the Lake House, and the bonds for a fine large building suitable died. A perverted creature like this, day. anniversary. The cake was not Orange general hospital;,and Fred;;
total of about way for a. city hall and to my mind should be in constant Bass Will feel.the effect' of ahak.{
clothing to make n personal effects. An examination of annex Incidentally of great site consequently each **n- the
:: ninety. At Stewart avenue the pro tae premises disclosed various sums an carry the present fire detention. I hope you represented about' eight or ten up for several days, having sustained:..
,
jL.**sion:.right-wheeled and continued of money--totalizing 04.18; -an* more Apnaratsuiland: such additional tracksas you will Joia in some effort want year of his .life devoted to uplift and painful bruises about thc.body..... -
.,,on It*' street in spite my b*. discovered.photo of the may Ite needed fer,*h* next score to make to procure more legislation; prohibition.." John S. Cadet! presided The'atcUent< occurred a short sll-;

; "'th* drizzling: mist,.that was one remain and the floral emblems was of years. No better site for such a covering veneral conditions amazed, at the the -fceauMi.th1. president, Jame> M. tans 1Olith t of j Pine'-Caati.,/oft 'the
.' building' .oould be secured-in Kissim- next seaetop' I am at af late therefore all Orlando-Kissimm .highwaywbas :,
falling. and
;mote Johnst ;
1- taken and sent to.the daughter: with war
: a full account of what; steps had !been mee; and when the city shall become postody .f law in" this state bearing tardy
"'. PONT'REFRIGERATORS taken to protect her rights. a bit better fixed, financially, it ia .n this subject.I .- the rata .f a nickle a minute for elel in collision with a track belonrfnc.I
..' FOR BERRY-SHIPPERS safe to say that a handsome and eon hoC you will dreg i ia on m* l to the Orlando Coca-cola' Bottling;;

',; ,r MAY BE BUILT HERE MAY TILE TEN ACRES venient -.dUlee'wtU .be'erected. some< in -person.assistance Again I thanking The matter of having what "has Company says the Reporter.St.r'.fMonday. ,
In the meantime the. building you for your apt, '
new been In Floridaa"Ford :
never before seen < .t d'i| .i.jij j
STRAWBERRY CROP 3ineereiEARL '. rya.
At the meeting of the co-epera: : FOR WDlH.lte 'purpose-
:.tiv .assisciatlon on !rr eed.y even Plans under which promise a-great improvement over the rooms Probation Offloer., committee of five-was given; fnH' au-i ver.'" hUng/ .lks.lf on;the embank-,
are which used for several
way have been
I: there committee appointed tboritytobring"about jrrand gala The
.Ing was a ment. top of the machine: was:
t bear fruition in the f
.' to look after the flnanaing of the tract .of ten way this* tiling city: year: WILSON ATTENDS MEET day on Saturday March 18. The full demolished as well as the windshield
a. acres near reconstruction has
The work of
'.making. of a number of pony refrigccators plans are not yet eompl.led-bl1t"! which fanpact- 'broke Mrs. ..Pope'sshoulder '. R
and devoting the entire area tostrawberries.'Yesterday in hand of Bass Con. IN LAKELAND NEXT WEEKLeo
been the
the "
.* for the shipping: of straw vitations will be soon sent broadcast and seriously Injured her hatemally. -
of
.,. berries. Th. growers are not in a men liable to become interested a group In struction Company remodelled- and the old H. Wilson;-:-wilt" 'spend next inviting tii. people to a ''novelty. liar- .tte din,..*-physician;
now to. secure these house .a* stands* a There will be numberless prize In would bow her In
.condition just the proposition inspected the tract Monday and Tuesday' in Lakelandat not say serious jur- r
:rand; It is probable that thelndivldu-: which 'carries a much greater area, monument.to-their ability. the spring group meeting of county many lines, such as for the .oldest. lee were. "I must wait for farther}
." will have to adopt some scheme and most wornout Ford; the beat-dec developments," he aid,
which 1* admirably adapted to such DISABLED MEN ,ASSISTED agricultural agents. made .p .from J:,
? "help out. The committee of W.to a csoR-u4 there i i. belief that actual the southern counties in. the state. orated Ford; the Ford bringing' the Mrs. Pope: had spent< few days;(; v'.

.,' INk after this' matter consists H 'work will be carried out withina Saint PauL-The 43,292 good deedsto There will be present both state and l largest number of passenger. to oldest thehow with Mr. Bass' mother in Kissimmeer lI4
Timmonsand F. Ford driven the
the by
J. SteedL f. .
: ; aad her homo in' t
will be to
.reasonable time. Ifthis action federal and there was returning
agent,
,
-' Strop and :.-. Lay.en OJ- unfortunate buddies, performed by couple the; Ford driven by the young* accident oaourreeV
the
show' weD >the ten. acres 'will be given by each county agent the plan Orlando when ,:
,Bannon, who I I. supplying for greatly increased. American Legion Posts-of Minnesotain \ in for a betterment of conditions eat ohihf; a slow race for Ford! the .
French leave of af>- progress showing the largest mileage '
Ford ; .
4.aon'r. now. on FLORIDA LANDS
1921 cost $76.000. The Bat does in his locality. Bach aKftlt.will FARM ,
1 Oence is in Plant' City today to a* b* suggested. }
and many'more may
INVOICING'THE I
CLERKS ARE not include 21,000case wherein hospital tell, also what he contemplate- fit ARE IN GREAT DEMAND
'learn what he can regarding the con. Then will b*. many: matters of interest. T'r
and STANFORD ASSETS treatment, back pay vocational lines of new work and the success full.detail
attraction of these refrigerators, aU.th. day -= but -
his ef
',f", upon hi. return it will be known training compensation. were which has*. crowned previous will fcajpado! publlaat.later.dat.. On of the striking features of the tt"

.- whether it.will be best to 'buy or ..'there was :a meetingof the ereditrs secured for disabled.. men. forts. . _ uu._ _.__ movement of farm population in the ,

bond th'e... .. of the .H: c. Stanford Company, RETURNS-FROM.NEW-YORK- 'intted-Stoat-IsT the .teodgyat1ww.i'r"; "'
'Kissimmeeheld
of '
'-':: PLEASED T AKD
BAND CONCERT PROGRAM at the courthouse. The meet- , This movement comes from, alt over' 1J'
lag was presided by M. P. : ,- ;,: : I
over 'Baya.: :
FOR SUNDAY AFTERNOON the country-north,, south east and' ;
referee In It p'C.Wataonef'th.'Wat.aetHall ?
bankruptcy, of Tampa.. At Dr. ; west and pats the peninsular eats:

; (gIlnd.r leadership of 3t D. Wood- that meeting: J. .M.1 Duncan.el Kissimmee. Success0 MaasfaeturingCompany, returnedyesterday weH ;forward'' in the Mst of the m*.t. .
k the following program"'will be wa appointed trustee of tile Newspaper from his business attire state in the point of number'F w

ader.d on Sunday afUrvoon, comiencing concera, and during th.**present.weekan trip to New fork-extremely gratl.fle ; of .(arms sold In 1921 and easily in:
at four o'clock: appraisal.' board consisting of 1 t to.be.once mot ,in Kissimmee.His' .
-:- I the lead o(;.all southern states. M'
-,ps? JrehJSlxtenth, Rrgiment.: Howard M. .;J.'Barl.Ln,ferrand .:! .trip. was for.. business purpose "
I*' ? _- _-. X.Bosenkrans F."S..Gilbert baa been invoicing the . .t':"'\"'. t_' of''_" ... and was According to-his report,' uc- Florida .orange' groves"'eorutlUib; '
T. < -+ stock,preparatory to its disposal. I To. BELIEVE.swthiat a.J.S ytrW.J.: ; '!. ;; + 1I1.ll..e"ry.'w.,,; and WV Wat-. the-:greatest attraction ta'thea. buyers i'
fi 'Ovrtur* "'Poet.-and Peasant-i .. ea .'
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,- ,- [-,- .. - '; .: ..; -Uc-veryi-Opumistteal over future. from .the. ataiea but many' ,
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MEET, i*" \ so..tki.p, deaf( aadd..enibe.11I_ -t; .. ....} ; them arriving here find the stock,
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FRIENDS -
-Walt* '-On be.'Beaut1fu1 Blue AFTER < ' \. . ........ ,.ti .... ""' a ..:.K conditlonsv.; AJthough ,th* business and produeefa1'1lll or- : ,
!JD -i'r'--i i.-John Strauss ;; Ei.;:' ;' r nub DECADES SEPARATION. t.Qt'. tU. 1.pk. tkiak .... wri*. ahc# their thi.Idug; ; : this .taw' so, profitable that tile, '
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l elecUoa From, IL d1KOVOf'a: ; -' -, ..= - -;>-_ viVWi' / b.d.fPr. Watson think*, .* manytoy
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Mr1, and Albert'Stanslfcr of to" make';out- ad h ".believes that abandon. their plans for growing -- 'kk
# 'Comic Opera. Robin Hood. ',4 ramismbsr'tlut yovr eabaat ks7alRr. bdaag. :'j wrd and 'take .truck farm*, *4j
Florida, will .ach up .
. Litchficld. Illinois who are touring condition la' normal
IdylI-"Th.l Mill- In The ForesfCI thin 'section, of .- Florida' visited :win '<* ". tats 6I, aa.resJ. : ...y'e.:Nr1aN/ef-we,!., sUUr* is. J '..' far in advance of otbor.states stock _raising'' instead v. 1. 1It 3 3a

... i-Aii-.Eielenberg Kisslmme on -.Tuesday to one'more I : .. . ..,- "Dr. Watson-will now-take hold ofth. is interesting to note fne"where-. ?-'
Dbngi'+'-From* --Th* Old Folks- meet their.ald-Uma friendsProfeS. t-:":aeap.rmecess. .. ..: 'Artb.r': hobs .. ;1'> bnslnessvhr ... MtaMtalMd.& tbea hundred of 'purchasers. --of, :

., *'"'- Grand'-8electlora;.::,; :.a-.Lake nor C. EiiYowall4MJd'hU.twd-Utrs, ,I 1 ,.' .: ,: rr" sad .matter* will;.eoasmenee'c., posh farms com. florida? herself"furnUhed *- ..,.

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11re'' m winnmmit VALLET cjurrrCrwaAT' ,.FEBRUARY ZL) 1m" 1+
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BUSMESS STANDING IS iomi of the tests .a banker used in I.FOLLOWING L ltcH. .K TAU. t
when a >Jbak mast tighten '' sari mt VPU OtW A. STMVlMf MAM A.iT, roe VttVUMfT fit A rAMISMIO rfcEH*
'J GRADED: BT ADVERTISING judging up on a business; organization.' GEORGE' SAUNDERS' TO CAT-A MAM VtfMOHAt 9OMt fV* DAYS fLAT KM kJCK A *OOOV U10 VAt- A MAM
AT ALLIGATOR : " WareM'flNi{_
.When they quit,Mwttsiag "e VtTrtOUT $0Mu:$ 'A vabTltpYFARS'A4,0
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" "Ett.b ydourps: rcent: .of .the bush {begin to watch 'em,", .W9 the' .banker., 'P< r'P ''. { / 114
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lies1 i 3ures'of the last year pea - g, illness '1 1 .a
Think It over. "y 1 purred.fmong-firms that did not advertise tended'over a j>e>lod'of \ t s ro lrs

," say the First National T* premia. a c". taWi I year George Sounders. 2 t
Bank of Tulsa.: |Its statement on the and admired by fell d
subject continue: A DELIGHTFUL SURPRISE immee.; Stint Cloud, and J
"This is the' arfsertaaki l of Bnad4+ uous territory passed into
. vY street's Commercial Agency, which Mr. L. J. Dollins. of b2d Chu-tch known" on Friday morning
r Is an unbalaed Authority a* can be street confined to her bed'' for' {h* 17, at his home on the .
found in the business 'world. Brsni- last two woek* from a erippl;wfl>ack! ligator lake; passed on I
7 fact that her nat with no murmur of fear. t
me t'"- implied its infornrmHin was deploring the i r
* from statistics not guess work. birthday' anniversary, which came on gret save that there must -
"" "The importance of advertising as last Monday, February 20, should find aration from her who had al
business element muat have been her unable to celebrate in any manner constant and devoted

regarded aa, vital by this great commercial when to her great surprise and joy years. 1w4LL .. '> ,',i,
: agency, else it would not her kind neighbors r.t noon, broughther With Mrs.' Saunders was .,
r a have wasted the time of hundreds of treys laden with good things tit er. Mrs. C. Lee Smith ., MESS I WWE fiSpU COME OAK I'RIoAYwVRe COMMA '-

..,.,. training...men,-throughout .IhCLJiatlon. fo.r..JUleen.ufnclent fpr several some time been making- _LIKB.. ; H1'V8'EM'TNtlit TW CtAZV ABOUT \'r.,
4 collecting and tabulating this infer meals; so now she things: that she there, and kind neighbors ? ; tMT'TOol .::....;.
mation. has only to wish here in Kisslmmee, ly sent out the notices of

"Bradstreef thus points the way and "The pudding will fall I in her Funeral services were 7i ,.
to one of the elements of kusinesssuccess. lap." Praise the Lord i afternoon at three o'clock ,
." Thompson undertaking .
Sometime ago a Petroleum Age ALL FOR ONEs ONE FOR ALL slmmee,. In charge of the 'J,
of the Woodmen the
a representative problem of bank was credits talking with: over a banker the-, The telephone becomes a household which deceased had been a ._

in one of our biggest petroleum necessity as soon as the young crowd member for years. Rev. L. .4'f' .1
centers. The banker was asked for gets old enough to make dates. by of the Episcopal. i "a

some ofthe signs of insolvency for'- .... MIH1 ed.
'" ; FORD nay "AT'1""' IIC
- - Seldom has there been'
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Ff service in Kiaaimmee \ '
It- ..OO.OOOOtO.O.OO.O..O.OOO.OOO..O. ously attended. There was

from all sections of-the,
the news had reached and ..
Women Must a splendid display of
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from those who had long LINOTTPER 6
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II If They Would VoteIT time George of his Saunders decease, who, 49 -;;UP blunder lines; ; unawares from which the there'will col i Merchants Farmers Bank A

months, and ten day of
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Watcher" last week- .
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born In Sheboyan,
.. the continuity of Kf.. mme; :
--- the of eleven went to
:;;;:;: age .
:-:-:- gist of the verse. The I
land to rellde. He had
_.- should have really __ __ -: ",
much of the United States % "'

WILL BE NECESSARY FOR ALL WOMEN WHO well-posted was always on a "good general lIub) :r : Conscience INVITES BUSINESS FROM EVERY .

the last moment .....; picture syndicates have'
WISH TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PRIMARY ELECTIONTO jocularity and; good humor. tJy good pAtmaster- BUSINESS MAN I IN KISSIMMEE
Will II. Hay and ..
BE HELD IN JUNE TO REGISTER. REGARDLESSOF a general favorite of ;;. and director of the 0 "
long suffering
years
THE: FACT THAT THEY MAY HAVE REGISTERED those qualities which industry.the movies Some needed say a ., '.r

I to Pomona the many., Florida He-, in was 1910. conscience to \ ::3
FOR THE.GENERAL ELECTION IN 1920. DO NOT hence their Intrusion

s' DELAY. BUT REGISTER NOW. FORGETFULNESS i i his county Kissimmee choice, and being to the reside.couple a Harding'for a- longtime cabinet.that It (Every Precaution Within Banking Power Is Taken. te 1.

'family came here and ought tcr have a 1 ,t
MAY LOSE YOUR VOTE.
management and it is
i Four years after coming Protect Our Patrons
will
EDGAR D. KATZ. I I taken ill, and it was Mr. Hays pro. ';;
wke
1 time BeeR CM
S nothing but an almost ;
Supervisor of Registration. | istence would prolong his ; gaze I. ;
I couple "took same '
up"
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( ,, the shores of Alligator Hays S
e"OO"OO""O'OO"'OOO"O""O'OO'O'O"'OO.. commenced their home. flay. ,,.
;
-- - ---.--:_--, ..-- . papers have not ret plays. OFFICERS.
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expected they soon .
......000.0..00000000000..00.0000.0..0.0000.00.. All these years has the i J. M..WILLSON. President LEWIS O'BRYAN. First Vice-President '

bereaved remained almost X R. G. MINICK. Second Vjce-Preide 'e
raise
beside her husband-seldom
v CASINQTHEATR.E Il Ilr sent more than a few hours. praise "
,
r : __ upon 'numerous occasions: r Hays! _h' DIRECTORS -
'- I mighty good pal one -
relieve celd.
tl r PROGRAM thousand: and but for a DR. C D.. CHRIST I J. M. WILLSON LEWIS O'BRYAN

been dead long/, ago. She's PLEASES R. G. MINICK R. E. GRABEL .
-' .,_ ..L in the worldL! Mrs .... ,
r Week Commencing though having long expee ; OKLAHOMA. VISITOR - '.

mination of life, would Atoka. Oklahoma to OOO O 0 00000 00 ..... .noo..Otoo.u..oouoo'. itoo.oOO;..
took the blow severely in U. J. Bur-
.before Deathwon country ----
MONDAY February 27 I moment' arrivein] Kissimmee
-
husband was sitting upon I, -quarters with hi* for BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED STUPENDUOUS; PRODUCTION' rJ\

the bed, and as.she helped' .0"7 and Mrs. A. S. Nel FROM OVER' THE STATE "THE THREE MUSKETEERS" ".
T covered him.to keep: ,his .' The visitor .
T "Go Get Him" even she patted him and with Kissimmee .Damage estimated-to be at least a AT CASINO NEXT WEE'
Hardly
had.Ihe. seated and is serious quarter%f a million dollars resulted Those who view Douglas Fair 11'11I I
sound- -
with WILLIAM FAIRBANKS she there reached was one the slight bed she was making this city. his from a tire ia the retail district in .' latest United Artists Produc-
-
The flameswhich
Ocala last
Saturday. tion. "The Three .
:(.' Other than his wife : Musketeers" will
A "FEATURE believed tff have originatedfrom
WESTERN" are '
... aa immediate relatives a* be given a film tour of Paris as it .
:'r. .. .-rlf l i ,a t Close Shave a short circuited electric wire, was in the early Seventeenth centuryj -<, 7 ,
of
1 1.'l,1 r W. Saunders, Westerly
; \" *U"I"'j ,4 Also destroyed a furniture store and an .
oT the of
''iuj. land; 'and three eieters- ; palace King 1 1XIII Lotmt.M: :
; .. :; . I, Episode Ne.-. I erine Saunders and Mrs. .children thought I adjacent warehouse owned by George the : of Buckingham Palace and aev,, .
;; 11 after an attack of MacKay and Company, gutted eral! ancient and picturesque continental ",'
:
: "NAN OF THE NORTH",. ,Fisher of Philadelphia; 'if
f ? stomach,I became dry goods store of Parker and Guynn, towns. ,If' .
Cleveland my
H. Essex; of ,
f Better Tha Tartaa : It was right after our and caused heavy damage to the fur- To meet the requirement ef this" 1
CARD f OF They say' I looked niture store of Theus Brother Everything story, three acres of exterior seta and
fit guess I had pretty owned by MacKay Companywas one acre of interiors ,Were built aH ;J
: It is impossible 'for I had been having more destroyed but some stock was duplicated from ancient engravingsof \
lI v A SEVEN REEL COSMOPOLITAN time to express myself as trouble and bloating saved J>y the other two concerns. The historical buildings ef that time.
,' I wish in thanking the and loss wax part! >ally covered by insurance. "
two
past years "All told said Robert "'alrbankal ;,
y G r' PARAMOUNT PRODUC people of this county for !\ .,help.,;Talking, . ___ production: manager and brother' of .
ti1'1 r nON. tinued favori which they about* My attack hf The Feet Myers News now appears the famous Doug"_ built 37 interiors \
tended my late husband \ try Mayr's Wonderful as a neat httlo daily paper published and 40 exterior, every ene of d.t
ti s during the past years; not had any gas or morning. them costing at least three times as <1IIf"".
''r ALeS given when tbeend came; since taking it eigh every much as any other set ever constructed '
have by no mean ceased ago.1 It is a simple Three hundred roasting ears were on the Fairbanks' lot."
llri. Reel LLOYD COMEDY These manifold expressions that removes ordered by the Chamber of Commerce It is believed by the management I ,
ness and courtesy from all : mucus from the Intes- in Freemont Nebraska from of the Casino, whero this itupendueai
..lid'" remain in my memory, allays the inflamma Fort Myers. Inside of ten hours from film spectacle will, be shown next .
that everyone will feel practically all stom the time the telel1"aan.wlI received Wednesday and Thursday, that "The' "
I
"JUST DROPPED INN" appreciate the acts. and Intestinal ail the specified number of ears of corn Three Musketeers", will not only repreaent <.
*>m*> MRS. GEORGE appendicitis.. One were safely packed\ in jnoss and ship an overwhelming photographicdrama v

or money refunded. 1od- but that it will afferd a cold-
break caW take ; _
T. a .i review the .
and druggist every opportunity to early. i
EDNESDAYTHURSDAY People in the vicinity of Frostproofare history, of France. ,,
.i LECTURE AT SAINT I hugely pleased that a gallant No more vivid impressions could i
WAS A CHARMING DAY IN" KIS.IMMHH deer who has cleverly defied all hunt- possibly be given' of the gates of i
-Mardi bra for the past ten years was shot and
1 and 2- ENTER Paris or of the quaint streets
A most pleasing ;; and killed on Tuesday: February 14, picturesque buildings of the city than
those BO fortunate aa to ESSAY CONTEST in Arb.rkle..w.mp. after having ; that conveyed in the scenes wherein
A. Sutton D. D., on and been trailed on this hunt for what I I. D'Artagnan and the three musketeers -
Three MusketeersWith when. he delivered his ity scholarship areoWered is estimated to: be five hundred miles. give battle in slashing duels te r;
state
prizes: For ten or the animal,
ture at Saint Cloud. The Florida schools years more I the Cardinal' Guard f
"Life' Pilgrimage and high which was, a eight-pointer and dressed The Louvre with -its vaulted cell.
the best
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS of the lecture. he ha are Developing essays My on at two hundred pounds,has eludedall ing and impressive nrchel was reproduced .'
the sportsmen; and now the successful hundred
chantauqua stage according to an- in a set nearly two A,
touring .America-and made aa the hunters "are extremely proud of feet> long and the scene depicting the <.
.. through the slaughter of the fellow which I.
been received with court ball with ladies of rank and "i
Division of the
war chargemade for believed to have been the most perfect wf ';
..Florida.which, in co. men of nobility is said to be one .
.r
.effort specimen in the state. '
at Saint''Clqudthe : "tit.- committee, will the most colorful and magnificent
'FRIDAY tended a* a penefit for the price Principals of 6C CUB F. ever screened. With the king and '
March 3 fund for the Baptist < rare ad ".. "
tl , will be akedtourg as queen looking on from the threat: "J.
more than $130 was realized I two '' hundred eestamedcouples'feccupy
'ltq, contributions. A male aa possible to write I PICNIC NOW PLANNED gorgeously( i\\
Vj', N the total number each the floor. r..
e p Klssimme added pleasure will select the three FOR THE TOURIST CLUB t, "The features that stamp the sets 1J

tertainment. them to the gener for this, prodaction a* different and !
: "Too MuchWife"'L ; division. Jn the state So successful have been the various superior to anythingyet built for
.' . ALL FOR ONE ONE will be considered meetings of the Tourist Club in Klssimmee film purposes," said Robert Fair
Vf that every winter visitor: will banks the that
and winners will be "is fact practicallyall
williWANDA
t "NOTHING BUT THE .."*._ return te ho home filled with kindly replicas of buildings were eon-
-..-. :.. ., 'NETTED' CLASS concerning: the thoughts of.the.--eit, the county,and strnctedwittr four- wdenand- that,
uAWLir be addressed te the I. the people found therein. At the last moat of the interiors were built with
There was a large Division, Gaines session of tfce club there were more ceilings, all of which'show. in the pirtture. e ,
( .. .. highschool auditorium' than four hundred present and the ." .
evening, when there was program waa most enjoyable. Next Perhaps the most unique set of all P
the comedy in three Bin.** Fever. Tuesday noon' the club proposes to however, ia the ship in which DOUJBV.('.
"OH, BOY" "Nothing But The Truth. serve a picnic dinner in. the South aa D'Artagnan stages a terrific battle
< 1'Jt.!: /.* : ton were letter-perfect in EVENING land garage where the county fair' with Barbara La Marr as.Milday, for )
%- WALLACE REID and only"remarks ,of BAPTIST ONE ECU i was held and it is hoped that both the royal jewel which'.h. ha stolen
heard at the conclusion of tourists and city residents will bo and which are tbs basis 'for ena of
; ULA LEI I. formance. More than $ Murphey conducting present' In great numbers. 'The dinner the most interesting complication of ;
.
f named a* the net receipt meeting at the will .be 'carved at the noon hour, andit the plot. Both the exterior and lip"
'
j; ;ti ,/ -.Ia-' 'i ..., formance._'-" _. v church -- the initial U expected that every comer will J tenor of this ship are shown upeni-.
'. Click Fr. Pr {'been: held last even brintf a wollfllled lunch basket; the screen figuring!:' Ia' ODe of te*' ,<
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"kentAI ?; ; and.the.:public 4s ALL FOR moat thrilling episode"of.the ?.lay;
Free"Ht5N ONE FOR ALL
vk ; 'Bab/ChICk ] ._ '" ?- .> .. ,
Full
of Imperial FORD "' _renu.DAY. .4TIIRD Y. Nii I aALL' .>- r
PARTS
renowned Ringlet ONE FOR ALL .,
e r Plymouth Rocks-86> and FOR ONE ONE ,FOR ALL k
I and' Ford labor !'
pr'ees are both re >
Whit :
.; and 'rose-comb' : FOR. TOUR FORD
CBAWE: aL\P k Rhode Island Rtda-Zle) / duced ia prtee. Bring' in :yon car Bight; or ten pinch of' sodiumfloes
..., Wa11dLx', RJCI( dad\U1 :'LetL hatching 'i s; IJfceraT allowance'; 'If or'-' -and Ut'os pnt:it'hr flr.t elass coadVtion. pawdet dusUd-ovr
.! .. .J tdluJlta qu Paflrooo1l Btum:: Get your et'leb'Clon the ': Osceola'Motor' !. .:4 M repair- work,1*'lrUaranteecl.0aCe01a and body U aye"EOOd.m.4J1for-: ... .
. '' *Company ..authericed 1_:an+ '. it .* 't7..:
Kissira- poultry., .grter.
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dealer. Try ag&-t
J. WJOB- PRent I,1 C'c a- The People'.i,6c-and:, ; . .. < .. ... ., : / ,
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: ':" \ .. week, The Lakeland Steam Laundry is going to I., . ' n "

l'' 1 give you a delivery service right from the laundry .' - ':'.' .-. -L--; _ '1'1

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For the past ten years we have had the .. i. .

I pleasure of serving a great number of you '. .. oJ '

through Mr. R. A, Snyder who has charge of L :.. .. '- :' .. ..
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o 0 week, and the young man who calls upon you "'

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a ---- _for you package :will Jbeglad.jto8erye you: in '

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f; ,. .> 0 < spare no pains. to ,give you 'the best work andthe ; u :. ,. '. : l.
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l KISSIMMEEVALLEYGAZrnEa A. ern'lS' L: , _' '"'a\trs. .,: pJc. ...M'f. .:, ,f} FIGHT. FANS AM MATTY' > *' ,: o IJ j.-AM 1I ENTHPSU&T !I Tile ..ftJ'tltt, yearlysalary**t:tfc*.; "
HUE'S TM* 1K1:OUNCE active Methodist minister is S1.67&.
D'' UNIVERSALLY. U be tajd. the o"'a the day 'previous' U ar* fewest'average aataryk n..id> to the alive
may ,_ press, city TO'SUco0D: CLEAM home of' Dr. Kw Watson I .
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.. .. i i i i excellence '- .. , ; minister of the Florida onfs: '
i index of the of its ettablish-
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mercantile '
PUBLISHED eVERY FRIDAY ''The : : 0asett. received a postcard from ence. which is '$374;. Central Tennw
people of Klssiramte I :
mint and the belief ate merchants have in its lutureprosperity. -th said card Iiing'dated .N r '
BY THE KI8SIMMETB VALLKT GAZETTE. COMPAIVTXI8SIMMBB. reading hundreds of columns in : w ... coming DOt; wlta.",. $31.The> '
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t FLORIDA ; The matter of advertising i ie not.a'work of newsp.perstoff tbtrfe4ps+ '- : : and bearing! sj"photograph of Unrest average .salarjr paidto theY, J"
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chanty- .Tha butines man. who ..says :"Well. I Presume tin fight;will'at last have-t* t I 25storybuilding' occupied"' bJI the: active minister is inltU> ".Pittsbinrs. ; '
W. B, .JtAJtR1f1, President *. TJlTBf* IU give an advertisement to help :'out I" of seeing : the for; .. -and added;":.r;These people conf.reaee.2.171: .' and the-.Largest;
i B. Q. VANS AGNEW. 8.cretary you you fight .the tallest; building ..* bat we for is). d.,
e W. to THORNDYKB. JWltor.1IB."RI..O i* .not of the class who:are progressive Unless a man The picture of great battle the best paper The Gazette has 1 average. the. Philadelphia conf.reree :
ha a !belief that he is to be the gainer throush"proper to b* shown. at the Casino human. side, a solid back.'>a :Arm: ,6,485.paid by. _.. ,
I RATRSn and Friday.. February 9....nd 10. -.i..
Copy. One T..r............___...____ ._......11.00 publicity he should save the stipend that he considers Every second of the fight is ,a friendly" front-and II -
head. The te
On. Copy. 8U Months___.. ...._...i__...r._....wti 1.OB a bit of charity. It is the men who are keenly. perceptive close-ups of every blow, -. good .Gasette ap' LED. .FORD DAY IK KIBSIMMBTBT) ,"h !
Y Three I Months-----_.. .__ ...__ __. ..0 .the compliment.BSI "
On. Copy. !
-- -- trade bv of the tight the .
of the value! increasing well-tuned places are In order,to vote at the coming cits .
l3 (Entered! at the ro.toffte. at Klsalmmce., Florid, nouncement which are the backbone of any city;.. merer-ceasing efforts of ITOHP OAYi-HISMMMSSH primary is very essential that .vvry
.. a. second-class matter.) are' outstanding features.' The man and woman who desire to .
Along this line of though the Publishers Auxiliary ENGINEER IS
duction shows the .
ef
training
: take In the action must the !
r All .communications xcept from authorised correspondents has, the following to.l&yt! v ... pentier and Dempney,.sparring TO ARRIVE WITH BRIDE part pay .
must !>. sinned by Ute writer. -. needed noil-tax on or before' the close '"
p Aside from keeping' hi. paper' up' to standard ners'in-action**..iDeeeampo,' of business Saturday, Februaryy;
ReJectt4'' matter will be returned It called for. *' brought. the,news: on.
and making improvement wherever possible the Ertle, the help, the cooks, and Okeechobee: that but a few mo- 18. .It wilt(be best to pay the 1'OU.\\
4 For.lta Aa*.rtl rffl* RnWsMOtAt.iV*> 1 most constructive effort which a publisher can put other things of great interest, prior Mrs.: Ivanhoe Burkholde tax today. Only those of legal age '
cluding the vast of
THEAMERICANPRASSOCIATIONFRIDAY f forth i* along the' line of :educating 'advertiser. throng been Joined In' wedlock with; Joe' are exempted: from this payment who ..

The best teachers from whom he'. can borrow lea Ttea' pictures, taken by 20 Johnston, the engineer of Osceola I have anniversary.passed" the ftlt)' -.flftb- birthday

FEBRUARY 24, 1922 sons. are those' who have made advertising pay. men and said by expert. to be News of the relates '
1 finest ever made of with surprise by of I FORD 'O"Y. SATUHPAY MARC'M' 18Sinceclub1wor
._ They exist in every community and with few excep- any groom in this city-and no. veri i\
event, and well edited that
so
; POLITICAL CHECKERBOARD IS BEING S11JDIEIr tion b.ckupthenalrthat1b.beahdvertiMrs..re'the : "-could --had' .
est. maintained Ina.,, manner -be -The-message -;-- r1 was-- tirt.dIn, .
most successful merchants. should put to blush.. any. of th. that Mr. and Mr. Johnston Florid., about five. years ago,'a hen'c' ,,1
THOSE who have been watching the checkerboard The most conservative of national advertise* called super picture directors.: .arrive in Klsslmme todsy;-'-"' Bred thousand dollars' have,, been ;/ '.:'

;, of the coming election for city official can easily note appropriate S percent of their sales for their investment ever, one must ninember) that BUILT THEIR OWN HOME spent by boys and girls for'purebred ;..a.
b of the deft movei that are being made. If the in advertising.Many of them appropriate scenario was not written but 1I fact That partly accounts for- the '
some : ,
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that Florida is
and a.scenariothat made the, .. forest. >1'&pldlJ''becn"1I1I" .
Oklahoma. With logs
these adroitnea'-9f the player. than that amount., The would ..L _
voters cannot tee a* more average probably world read, stop and listen. and hauled their a great hog-raising: state. ;'\ 'c.II'
they "move." then indeed they mss: be short on per- be somewhere between 5 and 25 percent. The Strange to yet why by own hands, _. '1
-4 ,. say Legion men at Stigler, Ok- IRE FORD BAY IK KI.....)..:. 1,
4 spective. ------ -- majority pf city merchant appropriate: far in excess In this, modem day of' the have erected an> "ovevgrowri . M' '
The Gazette does not presume.to dictate to the people : of S percent. If increased sale'did not justify man wherever in the north -: for a' clubhouse, .where, before :< If yon know "what'it costs to rsJso,. :
for whom they shall vote. The city ii too small to these appropriation they. would ra'ot.be kept"up. woman's clubs have "come out roaring, wood fires, .they'.'can your different crops. you.''won't bewt
flat-footedly endorsed the on wintry nights top htt1t; 'e 'likely to continue the has been of the of after
factions that delay
have one causes year year. of them and following this in '. .
up over again comfort.-* u' i after unprofitable. fir'.
prove
M> the progress which rightfully belong to Kissimmee How many merchant 'in'the smaller elites and ifestation of approval of having r '...
,
T iat schemes a rr being laid to place the reins of government towns, in considering a budget for the year bated daughters and sons- yon notice nAY''IATIRnAV.' Semen Is. I RID FORD DAY IW K."nnnel. !! '" .

in hand which will partake of factionali.m is on total sale, make an appropriation of even 5 said "daughters" first, because in . .

t without dispute; and it behooves every voterman or percent for advertising If the majority. of them for day. the the ""mollycoddle modern woman," either'has no boy f '(

r woman to consider every candidate from all angle. would expend that amount or more, it would result > I. "

it before waiting a vote. in.more. prosperous newspapers able to serve their firl.Francois Descampa in
What this city wants are official who will work communities more effectively., ,and ultimately..'make tells the French' people that .

e, .with a will to advance the city's interest regardless of better communities; for the general condition of a Carpentier by Dempsey's was merely superior"worn* '

who may lose or who may gain; every personality mutt community may safely' be sized up by the prosperity From' which the Frenchman seems ANNOUNCEMENT
dumped at the rear of the 'plow in the furrow to be of its local publication derive a world of comfort.

4 +;, butted si the ground drops beck. There must be no reactionary A few advertisers-the really successful ones Bob Edgren stakeholder and

;' action which will do harm to the many even in the smaller cities and town*-do expend a* much expert says:
to there at
t'xr though it may aid the few. a* J> percent of" their sale in advertising.! They ringside that me Georges sitting was : -

Every. voter should from this moment on study all realize th.t.to meet outside competition and develop out as cleanly and neatly as any .M .$
condition which surround every candidate; -and should local trade to something like its possibilities. I ever saw hit the eanvas. And ,1

there be found good reasons to believe that any candidate they must advertise to an extent' approximatingthat for being worn out, he was a
{i who will set self above service he should be buried of successful dealer elsewhere. But there are nimble lad until friend Jack put ,
'comether' on him. as my old pal,
at the primary. I many who do not approach the 5 percent figure. McLoughlin would nay.Kinsimmee 4.

Take at ,an illustration small drug:: store doing a will have a chance
.,... decide for themselves whether To The Citizens and Voters
NE PLUS ULTRA OYSTERINA gross business of $50 a day or about $15.000 a
sey "knocked" Georjrco for a "row, .
-J year. The average druggist of this class would be
silos" when the picture is shown
THERE i i. wailing in each county-there is weeping horrified at the idea of spending $750 a year for the Casino. of Kissimmee

o'er the land; there is general consternation to be advertising in the local papers; yet that is 'only 5percent The picture will tell the story .. A
found on every hand; those oysterbeds of Popham- of his 'sales and is the amount he should plainly that the championship \\ "

a re' & "quoth the raven nevermore"-,they're* all wrapped up spend if he would offset competition and balld up remain in America for some time I !have announced myself for the unexpired term of 1

in blankets for the stickers on the shore. For years his business to something like its possibilities.The come. I
have resided
,- there has been promised a tort of endless chain with druggist i i. only one of many of the smal THE NEWEST CANDIDATEIn James M. Johnston. for city councilman. D d

nothing in th' future but a rosy glow of gain; 'they'd rakein ler merchants who do not take advantage the other colu'-m; .in this city for .earl, forty years and helped to incorporate -
"' gasping oysters on each turn of th* tide; would shuck power of advertising. They may argue that 'advertising be found'
the things and sell 'em. and throw the shells aside; then is a specialized art developed by city merchants who announcements seeks nomination of S.for B.member it. and have been identified with many different enter- '

s' ", they'd plant th' _old jn new beds. "ldiIlA week_.or two or those with a national product, to' sell and the city council for the short pn. e.. '. i\
they'd rake their watery gardens and count the catch in I is not within the province of1.bility'of the small Mr. Aultman has been for some I --- I II tI

,, view. So. with supply unending and a price that never'ddrop merchant. .It i i. not specialized to the degree that score years a resident of .
and states that he knows the I conservative.. :
r, every meal would be of oyster*--for none would it cannot be copied. The merchant who dots not of the city as well as any .man am progressive-yet -1
dare to lop. And the people saw the logic of constantnlloffrre know how to advertise ,can study the,method of -and will strive to give the '
.".t l and scampered wildly for the stock-'twas those who do konw. He had better learn, forsomeone what they desire find require. We have been runmngjn. the same eld sandy rut with ;

-- -lI lli everywhere.; But-.ome'investiga(ONaid-the-aala..of. who does know is" likely to come along'and ,take Is'D.
y REDUCED PRICESon a retarded spark too" long. We have got_to get out.and"J,,
his trade from'h m- -- -
slock was bunk and when 'twa. learned that Popham had away :
bout million plunk a law was found that really was '''It will well repay every merchant;' large and Ford parts and repair labor. advance the spark if we want to-maIce any headway. rj I *!

;' ,... ,a sad one to'relate-they couldn't sell an oyster bed to small, in Kisaimmee to, read and ttudy ana) ponder over us put your Ford in first-clam. t'
( ae';outside th state. ,Of stockholder .in Florida each ,this extract written by ,men', who'Tiave 1 made advertising tion work-end is guaranteed.insure its perfection.Osceola feel. I can help. ).

one.may bold] a dish:-.-but'those outside of Florida can't their life-worlt; Company Authorized dealer, .' I','
What is for interest/ will for mine. The !
be
wn a ..iag1efiiJtI:; I should have written bivalve but .' :mee. your people

a beieg'pressed: (or',time I had to write it a* I did-for "NOTED" IS:,Too',COMMON A row'.THROUGHOUT LEGION MADE know what I stand for. 4"'re' +
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,.,; oyster wouldn't rhyme.) . '.. .." ..' : / -
."" -..;l V. *'*f::$,& f k envOi* "* '** .- "* ". Florida"drring' he 'present' season Fairmont, West Virginia.-A' '
:
-r I,want to make Kissimmee 'a oily
lb ; a Full''many jsin{ cyst, of sweetest\ flavor known.;' : there have been exploited several hundred 'Noted".sing- etery where in civil Fairmont soldiers, West ,

s nom, Will J ripen,. unless legal\ .:step ,.baJlL?t stop. tern; j ,, er.. "noted" evangelists,' "noted"-' accompanists,, "noted" had become war a thicket of were briars Try i wiN eppieaaae Yoer' ' $lir, 4 ,1
i $ Aad" there I on' ApalachJcola't zone 1 1" >""- .i"fWall ; revivalists and "noted" most evel''tbins-&nd each. .a- American Legion cleaned it ap to me

l .I grow?th '.o.-.terette. of Bill I L. Pophawlr : ploitation ka been financially succeoful for those promoting reverenee! to the dead heroes. '
. .' > afe that the Very sincerely
s ,. the.scheme. It >. a"* say however. FOR FORD REPAIRS
"
ti( EVERYONE WAS AWARE OF IT word oled" is used with a recklessness not justified ,
At with the fellow who, come. Careful tabulation shows pares, accessories, tires, tubes, :

;, w IN,' a ftignecHy-surprised manner. one of the state that only two "noted" mien .an be named who have ways and oil reasonable., see us. Our Satisfaction prices are ,I S. B. AULTMAN.
f toured the William Jevning Bryan, who i i. an
declare IB very large type : "William Jennings state: anteed. Osceola Motor Company I
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.Bryan Will Ran for United States Senate-If Sufficiently "ever-ready." and Sam Small-who always hat a mes thorized dealer,' Kissimmee. : .

:' Urged. Everyone hat for a long time known that the sage. The remainder have been, "noted"tnerely' among" t
; LEGIONNAIRES BECOME DONOI
first seventy-five per cent of that heading was true-and a small clientele in some enthusiastic, l.cahty-or'noted .
: that the remaining one-fourth of the exclamation was entirely like some religious speaker who have skipped from the Convalescing at Kennilworth. Nor 1

needles*. Those words might have merely been city after the newness had worn 'off still owing legally Carolina., from wounds received{ .
contracted bill noted for just about nothing. We tfee Argonne one American .' .
head-setter -
a.V 'added by the to fill out the line-as they are } man sent-$1 to the Woodrow
F needle for any other purpose. Jf the paper had desired -ertainly use the tern "noted" sauch toe much.: fund and promised four more oooaooeoooaooae+ooo ; oo.ooo.o..o.oo\. :

lo have created 'sensation it should have asserted thatBryan menta. Many Legionnaires --4

'L. had emphatically. refused to run for the ..enator0 ENCOURGAGING THE NEBRASKAN'S CANDIDACY ed among the donors of the 4t t I

ns '/ ship in Florida under any circumstance*-and right following tion.

ea that there would have been some 'pleasing comment USING. about fifty-three column inches of ,,excellent MANY LOOKING FOR JOBS Poll: Tax Notice

I direct from the pistol-shot start runner himself. propaganda it would appear that the Ocala Banner:ha .

, become a strong adherent fqr W. J. Bryan to "get into the five New naval York commanders CtTwelve, 27 l

i ,STATEMENTS have gone out from the miners'un- running" for as an opponent of Senator Park Trammell.The and 'nearly 100 lieutenants have

ions Indiana that the demand M still being made for former Nebraskan i* working the .tte-to> the limitto plied for Jobs at American :,

: six hour a day and five days a week. That will: be all be 'both seen and heard-and there i i. free publicity. .employment headquarters .in NOTICE is hereby given:
would for their week' But ? York,I''since September.
righlt provided they accept pay galore from a boat of .paper why -
just five-eight. of what they are receiving for the pretent NOT A UNION. MEMBER that in order to qualify .for 1
x week's wage. In that ease there could be four extra shift JUDGE Kennisaw Mountain Laodi has resigned -

M ,4 added. with _a shortened shift on Saturday and condition from the supreme bench to devote bit time to ,. ?.iebalJ. who New formerly Yovk City.was-' earning A married K2.66 the City Election to be heldin 4

#1 in this country could thus the sooner get back ooixnal. 'Postmaster-general Will! Hay' has resigned his .governmental week,"applied .to the :American J .
. position to get a job with the motion-picture people gion wholly destitute. 1JfL. took March *
t '
Judge H. Pierre Branaing is to 'resign the positionin job as packer'' at, $15-. ana said poll taxes must be' .1

{ IF William Jennings Bryan really and honestly in'leads the fifteenth circuit so that he and his son can make was glad to get It. 1

s _',, to become a citizen of Florida why dWs he nqt some money .i in other. line ,of business. This_seems to be CHINESE AID LEGION paid. on' or before Saturday

k change his nomenclature from ,"Gvapejuice Bryan" to the era of rdlpatiOlllo.anyway.. -
1 "Csapef rait juice Bryan?" ''e, New York._Chinese ex-soldiers February 18. This '
? : l.- '" the American Legion in New applies
i persistency and -k. good .
HEALTH, im..ti city are to be employed in +
IF the eye i* Ae gateway. lo Miss Observation then memory-and of 'course keeping everlastingly' at i it-rrc up-50 slacken of their race, all voters both male and female ft

,. k naturally' follows that the month, in these day of gos. he priaoipal requisite for a successful. 'clreer.-. .,..Samuel to be in hiding in Chinatown ,,.
"' c. sip, must Be the tollgate to Miss Information. men qualified *n their knowledge
InsulL between
4 the quarter's many literal. "Ins the ages of 21: j
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.'r t outs.
':. I.- =E.VERII MING'lIow.seelft..tobe on the "eo-,.order.t . 70LERANCEiasot ,3be-*pecjaLoence lece; 9f.JDll o:; 'and 55' -. ., --

; r 1 Barlow Record has a large heading stating the "co- -forgiveness of others, often it. only the aytenpath SPIRITUAl FACTS

Y .. agent. ,have been meeting. ; in Cainesvilk.r"A of our own indiscretion*.-Selected. The Old Testament Contains years.C. .

_ ,* b ok.. 929 chapters -23,214 > L. BANDY "
'i / THERE i.i task not digging ditch.butMM 692,489 words 2,728400: letters. ,
no even a : SUCCESS in business ii more often won by men ,

li 4 ;.Interest and even romance "in it, if yon dig'-the right who are steady, conscientious.'pluggtn" ". than' by> the. bril- book The/:'''New 860 chapters Testament, "..,.l contains 9 calEISELSTEIN Tax Collector.,

JF,"ways-Auai.Welis.. . ._ ;" liant oav-agaia-otf-againiboy <<..,.,i. 1 1r 181.268 words, 833.380 letters. I .
n b i T The entire Bible contains 66 ho
WE dare not trust out wit for making our' house IF'toma fool auf mobi1iab'feel that they rnutf carry 1.289 8,566,4' 81,173verses, ...,,''t

},, pleasant Jo our ,friend., and;.so"we buy ice cream. spotlights j ( 'their "" ('wty,Bot"traB4po, the'1 position words letters. >
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Jehovah
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;.- '., :.. :f'Z :, :. 'RETAINING: ':li dnei. of an .'Id': .ihstooai'it r ': "'* WOULDNT fc tV BiVlK Jot 'oT tit"t' u'geVcLnV\ ; *'The' word "ind" occurs in the ': .1

:. .. ill. ,1 core important;than getting the LullD,** 'at{ I new customer. mIL charity?; ,I'd sura.Ifr M,SM:j IBM 'of. i it tied.right. 44,227 limes..' vllulla the Old i B.BROTHERS'
'J ment S$54S times in the .
,: ::'t''" r' ,;..p ,,I _.. , . Jo.II. here in Kittiauoeet;; ,_- "..*.- . Vie. ''..", I ment 10.684 times.; ,, .-New', I FUNERAL DIRECTORS'> ;... :Kf ,.I t.1 \
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'' .The middle verse in the Bible \ Telegraph Orders Pte.ptly'Attnded To ,
,P!" ". BRIGHT sunthiny- Pies. make 'fine weather in theM WHO : '' .
would*ever vans a ,transport ."Crook" ;and PMlm..ftYiU,' verse 8DAT. ; '
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Baths. ,. ,40.Ke left.Kissis.a>e. In OPENED Oft WtOADWAT .. 11..
I XX'.inleraire busy touching- 'npT; the Portsmouth,. p k>torts.Uwlr1apt. .: 'J 4 1.l'r"i
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It-bonding x -- ,,..2S:' ";.. + 'fI 1saw ;" who ,haua .::\ th : ; "
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.Mn.d!:.. S-'tHall- went to. Corn I : "\
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woman's Rt,811''DafnMr. ink aad embslsjsfag nt i'I!. .
\ Sundayand ergaotted a ro... Saint. Cloud uM-, tlrh nrm ol [
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: !: : ..Ion of that Circle ehnrctt.among the Baptist*! U-n .. .1 Ir""'; I ,-?1 ........i.- Biselstein. Brothers.. have leased dame the :t-;.,. iI. .\stet .' < :

and )In.. L.;M.WtocK; Mrs.'S'E. Carson property KHstonnee locaUocI ( I
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., .There Is'to be a meeting> this .ev :. Tefft, and. Mrs.4L.W. Martin the at 403 Broadway,COI'DOI'of Sproule '. '
: at Roberson's drugstore at two latter named being guests of their I avenue, and will'have a resident mem.her "
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... of air Interested in the parents, Mr. and )(,.. A. L. Winch of of the firm permanently located.. _.. .' 'i

.of a baseball team.'" " The' 422 'Aderhold-.street- left:,on Monday, The entire 'lower, floor will be arranged ... ,; '. .' "i
\ t : is urged to attend. for a trip down the east coast\ going for.funeral services there ( ...
< Get rid of that Indigestion, .to.a. eh 'by :wtljy Melbourne and extendingthe being quarters admirably adapted for .r ,
: I ahd nervousness, build. up tour as far as West Palm Beach : chapel and for relatives;and there will .,
system and '''regain that 'lost and Miami. They will return tomorrows : be found sufficient apace- for a congregation : -
Take Tanlae. Central Drag unlessarrested for speeding' of considerable ...... There {
: *W. M.. .hag beenapendine will be kept in stock a full supply of I ,:;
:', There will be an }Important meeting I 1' a. pOI'tfcn'ot' the-'winter a' funereal supplies--and there will be Sunday.
.the 'Motherlt-Teacher& Club on the his home in Kissimmee. left on maintained a perfect service in every I
'of Friday i MaJ'Cha",at Tuesday for his home in Milford way; .thereby giving the. people .of. . .
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-- ,, o'clock. Special reports Centre, Ohio.. He was i accompanies this county,'"a service'equal -to .that I
: I necessary businessmatters. re- by W T. Turner; who residesin of any city" ''Of much larger sise. ,I' .
attention. [Maryville, near Milford'Centre.. Mr While the changes In the lower floor 1 'I'L ,
the Stillings to return with ,Mrs. have not been perfected they will be ,
fs h expect
Dr;'. Winn'a office > postof-
8:30. SUllings and small colony'of neigh:; hastened to completion; and, in the ",,,.
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..4: / : phone'' 122,Saint Cloud. bors"early- October.when he wil .meantime F.-Wtgginton the local- representative. '
\ 4tiMn build, another house for rental purposes. . A.: ,, will. Htw on. the ;
ApriMS -
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C. A. Thornton and young son . JEttselstein Brothers have won' 'an 't ? :
:: luncheons h .
arrived'from Miamiwnere.tbey Tho'eplendid served "e& enviable reputation "In. Saint Cloud. .
.been Visiting;and are now with Thursday noon 'at' the'Chamber; of: They have'the only ambulance in the .. ... . S) t' THIS IS + .'
; and father.' ,,Mr...Thornton Commerce, are especially! for the Gl..tbe..firm ,THE ,
county.- --.Both.menibers
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: : to".Klsainmee. to take, charge members of that organization''andare :." ::---j" NG :
e- are licensed operators., and they, have J ABOUf" I TIME"M
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: .. the baa cost of .. .
;theCasino..' : ,< nrniabed' That at is Incentiye for pro ftIncre..Tm.m'berabIp..Artbeaunca been- 'ced' to increase their holding ",. '.It. :: : ''I'- -
TAtTi recent-banquet-+t the Chapter duction. an ;" by-this-new-Iocatiqn7-whlch :* ,' un-

u..a gray vase oddly shaped, was rising-vote of: : ; : ; , ThH U the tore' that,Ira:V good selectidn of the'goods you% ,
served!
tabhe. eon yesterday a < .., ,
the clearing > < .
rou t to Upon 4 - ". " '" "
<<. the tables this vase baa been mis- thank. 'was. given Mrs E.' D. Kate' .: : ": ;: J\ Complete l itocV'of{ .
) ; : Mr. Gardner and Mrs: J. .D. -
it George , ". :
.WSll.the having ; : r
person ', . r 1: ft .
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...'.return. Jt..to<'Miss\ ,Mattie Ban- viands.Woodbeck" forthe c.excellence. .of the' IN, UNITED STATES .. : YardGoodsyr". :: :, r

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; -'Jf you'are'"all 'rDn'.down, weak'and' r Revenue'Inspectors W.'v H.-.Schreck Charleeton'West Virglnis'has the .t . .. ."
with and W.' L. Cooper last week said that distinction of the in Hose
) ) and feel out'of sorts being first city
: ', and everybody,. get back they would close; their work in and the United States to use brick for ;cr. *I' > .
I line, by, taking Tanlae. Central about Kissimmee on Monday- last; street-.paylne. Although briclr had .fats S :.
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; I "' ; *. aid would turn over to The Gacette been used to pave streets in European .
Stor/" a full list of their accomplishments countries, principally I Then much traffic each even
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It ianowrumored
; This has not beendone.
between''-'Klestmmee' and Saintloud.th have nearly a century, they were not triedIn ShoesMEN'Y ,
that several inspectors the United States until 1871. ,
'
Allen' Fosdiek has resolv I'
'I) been added to the Costera one of \.
Brick was used in biblical times.
and .'
his 'JtIt..ftl1inR..tation "
to keep them 'a woman; butthere'has been They were used by the Romans
each day until midnight .
open verification of the truth of the I
no P&rts of the famous Chinese
wall
the accommodation of the public\ ; ; T
1 will avoid much disappointment. . rumor.. still standing, are of brick. Hollandbas SUITS
autotravelers.Once MRS.' BELLE MERSHON brick streets more than '100

used always used: self years old. We carry a good selection: in stock and also are agents for
dlng needles .of the latest and Funeral services over the body of: In 1871 Charleston: paved Summers the Ed Strauss line bf 'Chicago. Clothes made'to'your
and street with building brick. ,
Mrs. .Belle Mershon. well known
Call at 304 Main street, ,
variety.. 8-3tx highly respected Miami womanwere These, of course, were not to be compared m.uure-pri $20.00 .to $60.00 the suit.
held at the Mershon home, 304 N.; E. with the hard burned vitrified '
C. II. Driggers, who has Wen act- I Second and Interment was brick used for paving purposes today, COMELAND LOOK OVER ,THE..SAMPLES
I in the capacity of night police, made in wbodfawn Park cemetery. but nevertheless they served satisfactorily ,
.. appointed Tuesday evening< 57 of for 88 years.
Mershon was years' age
out,the unexpired term of Floyd I She Mrs.'wa.1tb'e' !widow of the\ late JudgeLi'lMeYshonand The state museum it Charleston '
whose resignation from the coming to has on exhibition the first brick laid
before
of chief of. police. took effect at Miami about three' years ago, she in the street, from which not more Lyles V. Story & Company
( at time. Jived in Ocala. She was a member of than one inch was worn in the gen. ,
Allen Fosdick, owner of Fish Lake the Order of the Eastern Star and of; eratlon it served. In 18.94 Quarrier :
(midway between Kissimmee the' Trinity Methodist; church here; street was paved with brick and although Dry Goods Qolhuig fur isbimgs end Sfaes'i
Saint Cloud) announces that I She is survived by two sons M. L. 27 years old. is still in good ,
today. February 24. the Mershon/ Miami, and L. B. Mer- condition today. The brick were laid '
"' station and store ",11be\ shon of Arcadia. and by.a sister on a base of three inches of sand, .
from seven a. m. to midnight. Mrs C.- V...Bearden, of Kissiiaraee.rMfcOnt one inch of tarred oak planks and s KISSIMMEE 1 r f'
cigars, drink. on ice. H-tf Metropolis. second th.....inch layer of sand..'

Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Daisy.and Mr.

; Mrs.making George Kissimmee W. Daisy their, who winter have land A,centenarian is recorded of as AJdershot.Eng having lost his- SENATOR APPARENTLY PARK TRAMMELL UNWORRIED ....... .......". ........... . ....... . .- .."........"e. ii ..".

teft-this- morning for--their flrst.tooth at the age of 102. -----
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Sen.tor'Par1c'Trammellhas1.lI1Jed.tatement - --- '
in Wichita, Kansas. They plan --- - -
season to greatly extend their a of which the following is .
in Kissimmee.Honorable. . the gist:
.and Mrs. H. W. Stalker, "I now aspire to -a second term in
from Orlando on .Sunday, and =To theBOTTOM=' the senate. I will be a candidate for .' nA
in with re-election. Throughout my servicein
n the afternoon, company
the senate I have been much
i'f very
'and Mrs.V.W..' Edwards.-of
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aratifled find
to- that the- peopla.ofFlorida
street, made run to Bar .
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and Lake Wale.. viewing!? some : generally approve of mywork' ri:4':
country Which was'new to ;. in Washington.From assurances E .. I.
of them. from all sections of the state, F
by. letter,, in person 'And fromfavorole ,
S. A. Bogue, of 319 Mabbette street, press comment I feel confident .,
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<'ently presented Orange Blossom
Ptmyre-electlon by. large ,
,"F. and A: M, -with a' hand. In the approaching primary majority ... .. '
e. gavel,,..mad... .from Michigan very grateful to the many thousandsof .
)nut-and the lodge now feels Florida who have
'\ : Sensalkwal Prices y supporters assured
g Mt degree of pride in its use ; me of their support and to .i.o' > :
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presentation was made by S. 1. : thousands Of "others who desire to see ,," JI\" .. ..
Jr., and a vote of thanks was <
: .g- me re-elected and are, giving me their
the donor. I IMr. 'I" rr '. ..r' support- Should I have opposition In '"

: : .- and Mrs.. J., A.; Barclay now'I .Uigh Qass I Groceries this campaign I expect to succeed as .,. I. ':. _.
\ vin t in Orlando were in Kissisn- the result of the active and loyal .
meeting some of their support of a great host of Florida
friends. They.were ace resi -at- voters who believe-I'should begiven 1'i'
of this city-Mr. Barclay hav sr second term."
., been connected with Honorable "' .

. M. Breaker in the realty I The Taylor StoresTODAY IMPORTANT NEXT MEETING TUESDAY EVENING. i... w


"In My Back Yark" I am specialis
in washing and: polishing. car.. "There" is to be' bt'fdon next Tuesday S
miner repair work. Cars called evening a most important meeting '- i
of the Growers' Co-operative Association '
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and delivered. Your
be appreciated. Marvin patronage C. Du- and it is most essential The home which lacks a Brunswick|;isn't, complete ,

:A 110 Emmett street; phene37 that every member shall be- present. it deprived of one of the greatest sources of amusement ,
11-lt 3 cans Curtis Clam Chowder__2Sc3.cansArmour's The meeting will be held In the roomsof ':- -
Mrs. EaVard Snyder of the Chamber of Commerce.. At and entertainment for yourself and youtfrieadi.And ; /;:A.. i .
Mr. and (
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Mock Turtle
; this session there will be given reports : ..

.ntl., purchased, New Jeney.who property hi have Kissim! re, Soup _______________-25 from the. several committees 1 there ii"no"need to. ga-without'ope. .. .u-'ive."; i1L" : : "t.

are visiting in this eitl1 i for a that are now on dutyand there I gladly explain: to you. -=v ...i-'I.J ,4 "
should ..
3 cans Van Camp Mock Turtle be present some representative v ,,' ..
the better .J
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tobecome ac.quaint .. :, .. .
: :: 2Se from every mercantile establish- t. .. ... .. "
with their future home. Mr. Soup _______, _-_____
In
'ment or firm KUaimmee.- Tke Price YM Waat ,.. ,: "''' ..' ..it'
. .; Mrs. Snyder have been visiting. 3 6-ounce: bottles Ketchup___ 35c Upon the advancement of this to Pay' : ... .. ,
Orlando. strawberry culture depends a heavy Convenient Payments ." 4(. 'fA -
; It may be laid, emphatically, that I 3 packages Poit Toaslies ___2Sc reapon.ibUitynd''' there should be *
; / P-.Timmons, "authorised .dealer," -: nonelacking in interest for that ,I" ''L'. ;,'; ......',,' $; "
i ; : not the authsr of the plan for the 2 ca.1.TaU Salmon2Sc which means so much for the' county Brunswick Phonographs come in so.,man,.'di ereat. .. > '
Day which ii to be pulled off and .the who will become
) Ktesimmee on.Saturday, March 18. No. 2 Sliced pineapple_____-27c vastly increased..in growers .aumhers-.. _n style-that-you-can-find.jut what you'want-aMhe price:./... T: ;t,

; IIrofeet1snot10.blmtlut, ,- as 'i Green; as success seems assured. Just new ;you want to pay. -:- -j.:; $ :: '
be seen later, means a great deal No. Cage Plums____19c I. 'a critical moment for this city'. 'and I '

:+ .- he. be for ...l''oneLo. No! 2 Wisconsin' Peat_______15c county and thereIs need of full cooperation Our special monthly plan makes payment conveeientl-]' ,'t iti e
not Fordowner.Miss
or -a in everyway.SEEKS '
Foda McNeill, who was called No. f I 1 Bellof) BotoD'Beanl__ 5c You can own a Brunswick so easily you- will. \lev fi". ij'mJ..uthe <' ;. ,.

( Valdosta, Georgia, en account of RE-ELECTION .' ... 'Y'tr.< .. i ;
; death of her sister, .11,... E.: F. Prepared".Horseradish ?_ _.2Sc I in found' ,. l"" f'< ,J!' 't'
another column will be .' .!- ,
returned from, bet sad-journey
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1 : ) \afternoon. Mrs..JB..'Mc 8 pouads: ;%Snowdrift' ._.&___$1.9 for the.-nnonncement nomination for of councilman A. S. Gilbert for price.JSmmawick'. .. '. ,.(

" and] '0.daughter' far as Ocala accompanied, spending Miss-a I 24 ,pound Piflsburr Flour!$1.29 :, the 'short t.rm-on year. Mr.. Gilbert ; .' .': ) .. ",,
:, who has served as president of :
: '" hours here enronte to their home Z IOo 'cakes Toilet Soap_____lie had . ." .-/:1': "
the
i.Kia.imm...- .ta SkarFor ; the council for retire ..... 'tr.. '... .,. '), 't
the
would at
concluded that he 't ''''!:' 1'-4';
the picnic of the Tomtit Club '
termbutthere '
termination of.the present '" ,
:
:
: Tuesday George' gogle! ; Mrs. was such a number'of*Ms '
' : and Mrs. Rujrjr have been ::' friends, and voters who were persistent -* WILDER S S T UJIlOrsnith
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a committee on coffee while the that he serve fer at least, one ', ,
i'f
: : committee is composed of n.ncL..Mn. NOn ',.ear that at the last 'moment v ... I, < : : n ( ... /.
; .'Fjnnet ek, Mrs.' Coif man. r ter" for-tb. poelt1oft.--- -... .<.< --, .. .. --- --
! qualified : "
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*; WV BrCIorerMMr-Bratonrana: ; ;Accordingly,his name will be on . "... .
: Dennison. All who attend are the ticket. It appears to be universally e ;\\I.Ii--l '
to bring .their eoffeecnps believed that Mr .Gilberts of.&lal '
spoons. '- career bas been'narked- by ac '" i:' '."" ... . .. .. .

At' .the Chamber of omm reo ";;which" have borne merit-and : : if
yesterday the matter hand \ '" IJ he 'Is*'general favorite ot those who I' + ,
by the county commissioners: in -" wish for fair play. During the year liSISURANGEl : s
a', committee to look up just closing his work has been sin. ,
and ,consider 'propositions 6\\ :CENTS .6i cere.In,.ftTwaJ'--8Dd.be;; has .play- ; . \ 'f: '* "' .... .-, "1 . : ;'il ,I':
:
tied prourtng"of, a snitale 4At' ALL's. VlajjBtfires-\ .d-the game.with'no faYMtlam;.- and / THAT.. PROTtCTSi" , { '
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place for the holding' the coun c', ; the voters like a 'dean: officiaL Those l'j ;;: ; ,
) 1skjptoficea' for ,the. jwo.damo - who are Yavorin him .for the position ...... iSER, Ulat. C. 'E- .' ,
ntratunlofficials: ,',for u..'Growers' feel sure' thAtwill"""JII'OYO a '" ,'
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daU4I.- and tot' such, 0. was : faitbf loffteei'r &T "*J! .
' : : ; .'\J?M.rJoWnston.: J.E-Lup, : ..' /1.. _., .1 T"ATA115.fl' s; : .,. .. M ,
...and A. 8., Kelion were appointed r'J' Simple] ;,;;genuine:! .substantial'cloth-i f .
;. f' .._ __ ;
: ,a, committee- toeoate.,1b the klSsnJlf.p'ST.: .,CLOUD lag which can be worn inconspicuously .
" ; council and Ute :county,commU- S -, after all.gives the'most,satisfaction -' LUPFERS' INSURANCE'AGENCY :
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: -e'in this -matter.. " in.the long. run., ,, ;
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To cac FIRST T. eack ., the feat iffy customer ,
wke ; wko eater our ..... Saturday Morning, ,
February February 25, wifL be, given a Coupon "
Save I Save these till the .selection"U Bade
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' ; 'I: complete stock at prices which cannot fail to draw the trade of every careful ,. /I

,; line of selling and buying---as nothing like it has ever ,been attempted in \ il

:, ..a--surplus--of money in- the-fittings. of _our place _of business. prefer __ Wring .. ;{

to off ,plain tables rather than charge higher profits with fine fittings.JL .

I'M"I Let the Goods : -
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.* Here- Are Just a Few. Prices _ Shoes For Men 11;

i We fcaye : + Here' i is what wig pie.*. thee B.en wko like a.nice quality .
> .'...L you;. Come See. the Balance shoe. bearing every appearance of being'' klfk-prieed, bat *ed-,', ,.,'. '.
rt, at'tkls.& lag at a figvto: anyone ray afford /: v'<'',,; ." i
;. a II..eI. : 1 ; ,; '., 'Thw sale will 1 be remembered as an extraordinary value-giving ShoeS carrying value of $6jOO. $7.00 and'$8.00=going <:, ,,'l; *$. I w, ": .
'W.' at this ale at -___..__...-..._.._-...__-_._--.._-$3.9..$' ..
occasion--and every buyer will recognize...it a$ such. j')
.. 3koe* valued at $7.00. $8.00 and $9.01 are to be closed
R'lIsin,' out at _____________________________:________$ ..5 '
g, w are ; MEN ARMY RE-SOLED SHOES are to ke old at the t
., you' Shoes For Children, special price of, the pair.. __.______:-____.______$2.19 '
One. lot
$8.00 HERE IS AN EXTRA SPECIALCHILDREN'S HERE IS A SPECIAL BARGAIN J

.One ** SHOES worth from $2.50 to $3.00 to goat If your feet are the right size yon can never again find. rack ,.
$7.00 t this ale at________________'________________$1.75CHILDREN'S (..d* for .(o little -.er. /"*"'
We Have One Hundred Pair Men' Shoe* in size of 10, II, ;
I 'Women' SHOES, worth cent of from $2.06
every r .
$6.00 to'$2.50. go at this sale at__________ ____________$1.50 and 12. only. These .go _at $2.75 The Pair. r., ;:

r _P 'I. ", Another'; : CHILDREN'S SHOE6. good values at $1.50. will go at -I ...'..1:!;
i+ s ..... .r $5.00 tki ale at low at_________"-______,_. _______.._____98e. Shipment of new shoe being u.crated at RIGHT PRICES ;....t?

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Spe REMEMBER THE LOCATIONWE t Ginghams and Dress Goods Ginghams and Dress Goods ,' '.

fi 'Gaberdine PRICES Her art MM nor fifwret that wit k* Wo are taowiafGuKaaiM .... ,Il arp.Iu Ia' .:y
-;.,, tj .":,worth, L$ ) are being ARE ALMOST DAILY RECEIVING NEW peatng t. every lover of' bargain that. .will attract your attentifB. k j
r : now:; at. .. price.. GOODS, AND DURING THIS SALE THERE PERCALE 36-incfi: prIced ev- Eycry -pattera erp4o-date .intki "j. _,.
Gaberdine WILL BE MANY THINGS NOT SPOKEN OF erywhere 25c our "Save "S.,. Money". .Sale: .J
5 t ; '" worn $ ; price 98c IN THIS ADVERTISEMENT ALL OF THE Money" price _____'.________19c Ginghams well worth 25c per, J; J 1--
"4 .*,:now at PRICES BEING MADE PROPORTIONATETO FIGURED AND COLORED BATISTE yard, will go at-,-19cQinghiun e
,.. .Cat>erdine. ; our_.. THOSE HEREIN STATED. :, New Spring Pattern, *. 32-inche wide well \ '
sC', worth $ $1,1' ,OUR GOODS ARE FIRST-CLASS: OUR per yard ______n.:._.-..-.___49c worth 30c per yard..will go at.23c _l
.. now at ; our_$1.49. PRICES THE LOWEST TO BE FOUND IN TISSUE GINGHAMS old everywhere Ivanhoe French Cdnghariii. :Well .
i --- : at from 69c to 75c. worth, the 45c per yard that
THE CITY 'OR
s At tko ... COUNTY AND ON EVERY v
tke yard: our "Save Money -other
charge.will '
;, :We Omlr I Can Use ,YOU ARTICLE WILL YOU SAVE PURCHASE MONEY. AT OUR STORE price give them -at--________.49< THREE YARDS FOR go_at$1.00 1 s."'a"1l.r

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former:lioino fa &ai dai i and''already i i REAL WO RT THREATENS __ Y \;: .',}." :'11 ...,'." ."
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& 1 ur* ".. "*" .r I I bas a valuable croup of canines .of.; WRITER OM,THE, GAIETTE E L K-S' t- .Vii M'l:l n... ,. .(%*?is r. !

.-. ;' At' lhe'ichool.. plaN; ; linq;. But i the attractive: brood. which she handles ? WorninJ 1014'A".r: .. j
"yeti. Truth" It may be safely. said that .ercluslvely. The Pekingese on Al W cJock Satartday' a : .
Vone attraction *. before .the public the stan'wM. . valued .at, more' than representative .,6f- Tfc GatetMwas I : . --, ,-- , -,
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!Itha" h, eeldom ;on the professional 11260. _,: called outside the:offlce'to be Interviewed : : ' I......J mwi.n*, tm *U .4.O ...' ,
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Drastic Measure .taM Cr .
by a' Ib-a. Boatwrfrht; aboutwhonfTte'dsnettehad *. ; C.sgr.a.Till . a ,
: stage That; was one of th '*peclal ,,811II8rORD' PAT in K'.CII_ ,

r .r. purebred..Pekingese puppies, carried. !. ,article catering pubHahedan. a/ .pleaguilty >of & iD MPPYSee ( ,Gasetta; -will not' allow" Its fatA010. .. l. !''to i
and petted by tke "lejMUnir lad,. a i ALL FOR ONEs ONE FOR. ALL wing : .n columns. to be used for" religious argument Nq 'I' .1..O{ B&ft
''t fAt mUll nalrus In her''own right, contiibUted ,r: of liquor ,on l the premise but the following Is publish JOHNSTON A GARRETT
to the cast-by Mn., A. M.' Persian who, until seventy' where she 'is engaged at the -' '
5 women ed
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as news, by'reque.t.
will ATTORNEYSATYAWDfflees
Matthew. Mr*. Matthews is ,.esfcabliahing years ago, were nonentities outside; Busy Be. cafe-? She was somewhatIndlgnant'as The.Rich, Roe!, Bis.J. the Sign be no argument the There ,
Jid/ .valuable kennel.,i fin.. their homos, -.now' enjoy the; ..am.privUefr" may be. "Inferred' .b-'the ';e{ Health,'.Shewing la Her ). upon assertionmade . : JO. ,II, and 12, Osceela BaadBaUdln
following,dialogue .
: ,
JOa.bnmee-jpropolnl' ,to briny pub' as men and are rapidly I .f Gacettei .
Editor ,The *
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Meaty to.th:. city as she did to her rising- out of their old-time.t.t. avery.a "I want to knew what you pat my Lovely.Cheeks A new compulsory Sunday. observance KIMDOUB.- .
name in your d-a paper for yesterday FLORIDA.
: !"" Some women have naturally beautiful bill has teen Introduced into ,
" .o< 6a 6 6 6 f 040> < ''I was telling( the story-and quoting complexions that tell you then congress by Congressman Fitzgerald, JL It;; TOMPSON .
ofOhio ,
you and the prohibition officer" Is plenty of richness in their blood. at the instigation of the
4 a I Why Go to tampa or" Orlando "Well .1 told you not to put my Their figures become well formed Pastors' Federation of Washington eral '
City the Lord's,Jay Alliance. the F DirectorLICNSED
name irr :your d-n' paper,. and .( supple, rounded,'and jrracef' Thoseare
"Walt minute woman. .You told the results of rick National Reform Association; and the .
a red blood and
,
4 ;. 'Tt Bay Tow Tirei Wfcei Tea CM Get Then at Horn For Same Price? be 'be careful what you say about plenty of it. There Is no need of being Methodist Board of Temperance and
;!. pRnrBOTioN FABRICS ncRriocTioir CORDS that I thin Moral Reform. This bill is the long
:: Mrs; Boatrlght. I told 1'0'\1' and scrawny from EMBALMRMore
....... .. ... poor '
.
(i .. r.et.rr U. .rr (Hi..a should in the promised Sunday ..measureput forth
regard to blood. Get few bottles of Gude's
quote you a
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,.q ;. ....' N..-.".. 8... matter, ..ud.-t the' best story I ; Pepto-Mangaft-take It with your by the Sunday law advocates which , _
" L .MX, .,...*__...... H JS andy .1II.._..... -..;..... ....._..a.f. could. Then you 'said I'd have to get meals for a few weeks..' It will rive is to close up everything tight in the sod Chapel, 'Stewart A..... 1
....1i0a35_ -__...;.,..._. a. '..... _. 3311 i3d5(, .,N.T...-........./...--.,.-........ .ST.4O.... the matter-from someone qther thanoUIncLrefUled yon plenty of red blood. By building District of Columbia and is. to serve KIBglMMKB.Robert : ., FLORIDA .
.... a3aai4....._ .__ .., .s.8S' m..... ._-"....._..--.M. talk: more." up the blood, you give the entire systenrvrhance. as a model Sunday l law for the whole .
y, ,oJ 311. _..__:......T..; 14... .M:. 1II.-s.i'o__.._._- SK.7S .Well, you hafno right to' l1rm,,' "to reetore- itself-natur- nation. It forbids all kinds of Sun

,';'. ... __-:,.": ..... 82.**"..%%' N.eklsass \..- ....._._._.......,.....-_..-_._._.._..,..S4MMISSB4H .. name- in your.n paper""Don't -t ally,,land that brings 'natural; bloom ayw'brk-'axcept'rorts-ot, -"necessityand :
.p as14 .__-.-.__... 1TJO a4a4 ''III.S......__..__ ,...... SOJt you think that.it would be' and beautyand all the'effects and charity. 1ft' the first section: of R81dol"Co
.. 3114 .......-....__..'ra.4o ,,--......--..-..---:,..--- 33-I'S far better, woman, !if used joys of good health. Get Gnde'sPeptoMangan the bill and In the third section It -
young you
.. $3145{-,......_.,.... >>1.M.(0, N..-"lll*__.___.__;:;...... ..... limits even works of "necessity and
, ......%__.,__.....33.30 a SSSSArnS 1\._.......____....._........... s> trifle calmer language! : at
J ......%_......"........... a&.IM -r.N..-akl/.::;,;;_...;...;.- ..iM1 1! -' "I-I-I'll use any language -I liquid ..or- tablet form.Advertise.ment. ( charity to six day of the week and ,
.....'.. ,.... ..._"'.._,,: ..,840M 3Td _......._........;....__. --... wants] I'm.sovG.d d d mad,aboutIt .) excepts only household service 'on '
.. 3715 .._._...._._.._ -.1Ie sS14 N.._".....___......___.... ..... Sunday::' Neither. 'aa Individual nor afirnt'an'carry
, SO.B ...__..,.:...._ -. .,. 3Mt7 N.._ .....__.......__._.._ $0.35 wasn't arrested; I didn't go. to \ 'N NOVElTYlORIS'W w __
"'a7.- -_h.,____::lbTs - 4ea$' N.. ..... -. _\ze.oe.- Tampa; and I didn't pay a fine. And ELEMENTS'UNtAVORABLE'' on or perform worksof
I'm going to sue your d:..--:.d 'old pa- necessity and charity on Sunday
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FOR unless "h. or it" shall forbid their
,SERVICE GARAGE perl", :. LARGE ATTENDANCE
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"Surel) that is your- privilege." "; employees doing such,work on a succeeding .
PHONB iris: KlS$IMBfBK> )..,. ,"And I'm going to see again: ., On account the cool 'eveningthelwwae day -
.. ... you ,
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and I'm,-going to get square with not as good attendance last "The bill specifically closes on Sunday .' _:\' ,..,
.. .. you." And as the charming woman Thursday evening at L the lecture by all "places] of public assembly or HOUSE, BILLSASPECIALT.ALi.INTERIOR ; ,
4 I .. boarded her car,:the engine of which Rev, W.: II. Dresch, as was expected, amusement for secular: purposes,"and
but those "who" braved ,the elementswere also '"unlawful sports.\ but doe. ,not FINISH WINDOW,ANp,
. .,..Nt88..0. to.4..... "". "O'.... O"................. had been running, she said "I'm! go- well repaid. Such an array of define what .re'l.wful sports. Naturally
and
ing to see again, get squarewith
you DOOR
FRAMES AND
dates -and fscts and "unlawful WINDOW
and logically
1" plans their sports"are
you, you ->---> -." -
achleVement-or failure; cunning purposes already: prohibited. law; because DOOR
: SCREENS
i jFor F Class' Investments FORD DAV'SATURDAY, IIARC'U 14 for an expected result, all arranged - they would I\ot-be. unlawful unless
14 r High- j in their order, snVwJnr the some law made them so and it -
Liquid Borosone .Is an efficient final result in the great worUPwaf, does not seems' necessary to enact another
healing remedy for human or animal were brought out in a masterly.way. law to declare them unlawful. .
I..flesh. It mends a severe wound,:cut Also the resultant effects this had It one does not work another would hone 218.FoEstimates.. : Darlnfton =

A Fine Home Greve i or scratch in the shortest possible on Armenia, a poor unfortunate make things still worse. and Halsay Streets.. Kissimmee
1 a time. Price 30c. 60c and $1.20. Sold. pawn in th gam. of war, and then No exemptions are made -in the bill
" jby! J. Z. Roberson.- *_ left stripped and helpless at the mercy for those who observe another Sun.
1 i of the cruel and vindictive Turk. day as a day of worship and rest,
f> orBusiness THOUGHT HE WAS PRESIDENT The Christian world awes a big and thus the Jews and Seventh Day Hours: 9 a.m.to 4 p.m; 7,to 9 pj i:: ,

New York City.-A man who said debt to the Armenians. Though of- Adventists and Seventh Day Bap .
fered indemnity, and unthought-of tists' would be compelled to observe KISSIMMEE
he Gamaliel
. Warren Harding
Property was ;
privileges by the Germans and Turksto two days each week. '
of the United States, was
: ry .. president the streets of bo neutral in this war, their small If this,bill should become a law in I BUSINESS COLLEGE .
/CALL on
ON OR ADDRESS New recently York picked the .up butt of promiscuous. army defied them, fought to a finish the District all unnecessary labor
Y joke American Legion men took on the aide of the Allies to keep the would have to stop on Sunday, and Merchants. and Farmer BankBuilding
Baku oil wells from the Germans and extra help would have to be .
him provided
: him aside and found to be Law- Kissimmee Florida
,
-F. A. NAVE rence Leedy, ex-lk! >ldler, suffering succeeded, and as Ludendorf stated for necessary and! charitable workon rr
from mental disorders apparently due the Ions of these oil wells was the Sunday. This would mean thata ,
t great cause of the break-down of the new set of people would have to ba ,
received In'
to service. They
: Bank of Ofceola County Betiding Kitsiaunee, Florida i injuries him under observation at Bel- German army, and probably chang.Inll' selected to release the fire def.art- JAMES D. MacOLASHAN. Principal o

levue placed hospitaL the whole tred of it. ment men, the police depar Commercial D..artm.nt '
0000 But! for the Near East Relief the editors and employees of the news.papers .'

____.__. .__ .___ _. _, ________ ___. _ _________apF; _FORD u__ __PAY___ _IN"_.. KKBIMMKK.._ .. __. _,__. ated Armenians by starvation would have as a result been annihil-of war the clerks, the in news the ticket boys office and veadors of railway , MRS. C. $. HILTON. '

conditions II. and the Christian world, stations, the conductors and Stenography and Typewriting

and especially the people of America, brakemen, the engineers and firemen L
have the privilege of continuing this on the railroads, those in factories, -
4 Free for Free for heln. or leaving. them to die. government offices, end department
The pledges and offerings at this houses and private dwellings, the Special I Instruction In Secretariat
V 25 25'TiiileM -meeting for the Near East Relief night watchman, the telegraph operators '*""
amounted to $40.10. Donations to the bakers, the rentaurant employees Work.. .
r this work, can be given to any of the ,-tho surgeons, physicians, and
z rks- r -Tr de-Marka-- local pastors;- f'-te-.In.-Gr.w ..Beat.,.: nurws-the druggists and- pharmacist,
't t county chairman. .... the electricians and wlrenien.;-tbe
dairy employees the janitors In pub
ronb DAY, SAT.IUDAY; MARCHRobMy.Tifm .M lic and private dwellings, the barbers NEWBYIN'NI

a pain luBer.YAMPA and bootblacks, the hotel employees, !
j:4: the ..atomobilechauft'E'ur.., the garage
FEDERAL TOURT men-*nd gasoline.salesmen,. in fact >
the congregation who had '
only one _
SHOWS. LARGE DOCKET. pastor whose duties kept him occupied -
.
! Seventy':five cases'!-,- mostly for vio seven days each week would beobliged : .
lationsof the national prohibitionact to hire'a second pastor to
the 'docket lieve him on Sunday If this bill '
are ,en for trial at SPECIAL-DINNERS
t Tmpa.Ansonr, these C8 e.I.is one. becomes a.'law it.will transport us
1- ,
against O. D. Whitman and N. J. back to the Puritan times, when they
Schipman, former prohibition imprisoned the cat.for catching miceon
a..entlli'; . :;
A. E. Ferguson, former lieutenant or Sunday; when they put husbands .
; in the stocks for kisaiag their wives Dakin Avenue'' ;Pllo221 '
! the Tampa police force; George Miles,
.. ,. .. ,
on Sunday when they rolled their "'tollll" .
"
r'w former.Tampa policeman. .
Other "former"' cases for this term I elder barrels out of the cellar because KISSJMMIB;.: ', .

of court include one against ArthurE. they refused to eease working-on '..f,! .,' \".,' J '.

Donegan, former president of the Sunday. . .. .
The penalties attached to the ." ," . .; -,
First National Bank of Saint Cloud t provision
W. L: ;Poulk, former postmaster at of this Sunday bill for the vio Willson & Aultman '
t Kissimmee; Fred Thomas, former lation of any of its prohibition.frQl1& .
front $5 to $600, with six ;
Tampa chief of detectives.The '
trial of Fred Thomas, W. R. months in Jail, on the 'side.Every REAL ESTATE: : .
Parsley' and Robert I. Harris hi 'set;, lover of religious' liberty andof ,
i for the week of March 6. The first the constitutional rights to worship -

i Nv trial, last year, on the charge of conspiracy God in harmony with the dictates 11 DarlingtoH Ave::KisstMoee
:
against the Avon Park poet- of his own conscience, should :
s take alarm at these encroachmentsupon ,
mistress, resulted in a mistrial, except W '
\
" that the fourth defendant, Rob his s eensclence! ana should senda . '
Swearingen, was acquitted. vigorous protest to his representative ,
1. W. L. Poulk will be tried for em. in congress, to use his influence
bezzlement the week of February 27. to defeat KMs Sunday. bill entitled
LicketySplitSchool Arthur E. Donegan will be tried on H. R. 9753. BASSCONSTRUCTION ;
similar charges the seme week. The religieus( forces behind this : .
Tampa'Tribune* Sunday bill are planning a big eaaapaurn p
to .Ro d congress: ,with petitions
i If an attack of acute rheumatism favoring its passage. The Religions ::COMPANY I y.PHONE' .
i ; Outfit in which there in much pain Ballard's Liberty Association, and the Anti. I .
...
Snow Liniment is a necessary part of Blue Law League of America are
the treatment. .It Is a powerful pain- planning to meet the issue in a vie '
relief. Three sixes: :30c, 60c and orous opposition campaign: This issue .
$1.20 per bottle. Sold by J. Z. Rob- ,rom Wee, to be a lively one on -.
[ f: Fre" lIfi.rkst ergon. *. both sides. Religious legislation of Practical, "'. ,
a for 25 TraifeOh SKM'KOHD this nature should be turned down '
DAY IKTKISHIMMKRSUTHERLAND with an overwhelming defeat. Human Builders' ,
Contractors and
t -"-- SEEMS FATED rights and religious liberty are in .;, .

t Girls! Oh! Boys! Look! Lickity-Split School Outfit for nothing! ONCE MORE BURNED OUT danger.Evidently Dr. Bowlby, the secretary -I: ..f "*

WKble box of black and colored pencils,, erasure,. rubber bands penholder For the third time within a brief is backing of the-this Lord's drastic Day Sunday Alliance bill, who-,is 'I Structures of All Kiafc. I

petv'n everything. And ,you can have.'em without paying any money! Institution met'with college a Methodist. tryingto make good his threat, that .
has financial (
a severe
Giant penholder';;' big.yellow one-good, easy writing pen. Fits 10... Not long he proposed, "by legislation, to makeit
fine. )Hard leads and soft leads.. Purple lead!" and red eads. Rubbers, in fire destroyed the entire so very set of buildings ago easier for people to go to church.". WOOD; BRICK, STONE STEEL

the ends of. the pencils. at oo Sutherland. During the severe H. said: "If .we take away a man's STUCCO 4A41s
motor ear, his golf stick, his Sunday -
gulf storm few months
+' Apd all tree for only I 25 trademark* taken you can get this fine Llcklty.Split School the buildings being a temporarily ago' newspaper his horses, his pleasure
; occupied
' +, from any of these soaps: Grandma's White Outfit. Ills great for a Christmas present. ,by the college at Clearwater steamships, amusement houses, and Faieiiag, Tutuff, Pa..llucfqE.llrJll n'

. Naphtha, Export Borax. Grandma'. White Just; collect trademarks.Mail them to us and we were badly damaged aad there was outdoor parks, and prohibit and him from playing ar S Sa die p.Bdia\ Ua*:
Laundry, Crandma'a Powdered Soap, Oval will send you .t once the escape* from great loss of life and games witnessing field
..Pearl Soap or any other Globe Soap Company Lk ket,-epiit School Outfit. property,. a slight margin; and sports, be naturally will drift back: '

a apa.:If your mother doesn't use these soapo Be sure to write: your name last Friday.ven buildings, some .f to. church"This is the Third N., F. BASS JACK BASS A*
now, tell her want her To use them so and address plainly. them new ones, were wholly destroy.ed compulsory Sun*
,
jrou ; by fire. It is possible the.Institution day observance measure Introduced 322 Royal. St. 515 S....... Ava.:. ;
will close until the into congress-during this session.C. r''

7,1. :,-_. : .JCOJUCANBUYC GRANDMA3 !ttDJ.QtM; :_ __ ._._ . buildings at Lakeland shall fireproof be com. S. LONGACiRE: .
__
,I ... Taylor System .... Eceaoaty Store = plet" -'-- Ceneral5ecr Association.tary (of the: -,...-.gio.iLiberty ; _

F. C. Bryan c. j R, S.:.FU7 ; 'sr3 ,., rest I* .BAY SATURDAY. MAKCM IS rOMB DAY SATtltDAT. '
:
...i/A- ;: Bnwen. .ar..., A.,'F., FlemkrJf A DOLLAR DAY FOR,TIlEPRESBTTf.Ri If head '1.'dtxxy. oa"stooppingor MARCMta LUMBERRef .
{ \ your "
.
A. Lawler r 1 MISSIONS '
] and '
rising suddenly
Bi everything .re ,>la ei-l : order-tvt +
e your c
',Tho '! a.lo--; Society1of: the turns black before the eyes.1 yon havea ,
mevldines, shiagles,'lath
torpid liver. Take JlerWne/ la lambert' a
Presbyterian ) afternoedat: I1wor send 't'for
Monday i as :your list
powerful liver regulator
lar, day"''next. rrioe,60cBetd.byJ. .' .- low .estimated Our,price are
o'clock at the House Z. Roberson.. ; j J . ,
+. three Chapter t right,. ,..cmarantec4 ,and! eaa,
:: ai to which an ar.'iavlted.. :: Bach visitor : make deliveries promptly;, ..
., ;., is>.expected' to ,r take a dollar to CALLED, ,FOR FAR-OFF, .MUSIC. ,' .., "

help reduce:Society the deficit It of Is the dMlMcl.NationalKluion&1'J' thateseir.n.willearn '.' 'U eo1a. Nebraeka. -PcS.essingtallthe'reguddter tin, Perry '''l1HRHfC"-. i
dance
.fora
'\ the dollar'for. thispurpose except .
"" r .. ... music 1rt1 Un. ', ", fERRT FLORIDA'e
Amisrlcaa'Legio. men ,
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and tell at the
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.pecllat .
N.bra.keaaUic1 ": ,
.' ..e.Y''A: ""' ....,j..i . r. ,.; ;em UM" I how it was done. Refreshments col*. !, en an- >geV ,,
....-.w. ..... ..........t' .. :-.w1l ililir 'W. ....., : .......e.. :..Ierl w....tt ie/.. _ Cl.lr.. ..Ngr 11'C. \ l be served. tuned in.,.onan. ,orchestra.I/MX) '.( u"
., .. .- 'ft.D D..b.- miles fewI. I ' \ ALL FOR:'ONE ONE FOR AU i' '
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-.. I 1 'INCOME'TAX:>FAcT8" ,I deduct'from 1'1'0". Income all necet- $1,000 or more, or 0 If hi*.gro" ftc m. :
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SLOAN'S MLffiYES I' ---..;... h, I n.ryaxp.nsea incurred in the married and
' I op.ra.tlOl1 was $5,000 or.more, If
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TAPPING THOUGHT: 7ifNK Farmer of hi farm the '
ranterWarder*, ..dairy! *, daring year 1921. living -with his wife on December,",
l. NEURALGIC( ACHES'UPRtorty t men, truck "gardeners,'--Vineyard and,,t(.The* include cost of cultivation harvesting 1921 a return must be filed if hi. net 2
o.. ,orchard owner, and other od pro'ducers 1' and marketing: of his crops, income wa $2,000 or more or if his",
By THORW must compete their net.' and;''cost'of feed and fertiliser.used, gross.ineome was ((5,00(1( .. more, t tCM s
year* Sloan' Liniment gross income for 1921 and ascertain mount spent in the repair to farm "
.J:'I ha been .the quickest relief for {whether an income tax return- )r a'lJ>u"'dinaotlle' than. the dwelling) care Malarial F...... -,
neuralgia sciatica and ibeuma- Fuel I. Cheaper Now She Was Mighty Fortunate I tax. on bqth are due.,All gains prof. and te fence and machinery. Wage. ,," .
tism tired muscles,lame b backs sprains Wilson Wood and Miss Justine Cole I've heard of Lady edjya-aeen her Its, and income derived from the ..1.1'({!paid 'tIo farm lumd<< are deductible EX-SERVICE MEN PLANNING .:
and strains aches and pain were recently married at Spartan picture sweet, and fair// .!for exchange of farm products whether -,,but not'wages paid to a domestic *er .'
Keeto Sloan'.handy and apply freely, burg-and with"plenty of wood and I've read about her sacrifice-a noble ', produced on the farm or purchased .vant, which is personal expense. CONNECTICUT STATE HOSPITAJL ,.

toMout rubbing, at tbe first twinge.It coal in the house the newlywed,, say.: deed most rare the farm or resold must be inelud.J I A* an aid .farmers, the Bureau Hartfor /' Connecticut- Plan* for*" -","
ease and bring comfort surely '"Durn th' weather!I" Still, wasn't' she elated led in gross income. When' a farmer jot Internal Revenue, has prepared a a Connecticut state hospital for ex. ':"
and readily You'll find it clean and I That when the act was slated exchanges hi t* product for groceries 1[pedal forM 1040F. forrecording service rrten have been endorsed fey ".
+ aon-akia-natning. That Town Needs Road S She,didn't: have to ride the steed after'(clothing, or other merchandise the sales of livestock produce and a sum Governor Lake. It will be named for ,"'"
Sloan's Liniment, t* pain's enemy. White Spring is now jublffln'over.the bobbin1 of. her'.hair7- ;fair market value of such- roods Must I Imary which must be attached to the Frederick W ,Galbraith late commander A. '*,
possibilities that one of the 'state . be Individual of and .
Ask your neighbor.At Lauth | ; included. Profit received from return income ex- of the American Legion .
roads is to through the place 'Get' This Then ? .f
pass the sale of farm land, or rent r.> pense ,
all druggists-ttc. 70c. $1.40.. That is doubtless the only Incorporat.ed Say the Leesburg Commercial: ''delved for the use thereof must be An unmarried .or wldbwed farmeror ,ALL FOR ONE: ONE FOR ALL 'jjThe .
town in the .state in which every We do not yet get the log.' included'.'' one living apart from his wife *,
4 SlOB automobile'tae to travel on one< ic of furs and four-been i I|I. In determining income upon.which must file an Individual return for 'Classified Column of The flf*.> "
speed. And, '* moreover that speed inches of sheer mlk: hose is *. '
It'e tax assessed, the farmer may 1921 if his net income for 1921 was Gazette give splendid service
''teaTaart.n.f.kLlmtops happens to be "low" in every case. If the' writer of that ever boughtthe , - -- -- ..
Liniment *. two-for.one or two individualshe'd 7 I
Yes, What Or How not only see the "logic" but "1
There is on ameteur war on in Eng would realize that it was also an-
I YI land over the filming of the Queen of thropologic. I thank you.
Will. quickly tr.uvMtf. Sheba. The play has been all\ over *. *.
turoi 1".f_i..ds e.rai America but when it reached Londonone But She Doesn't
Dare
nr.Be>boiota'.FQIa&o Jo The f Kissimmei and Vicinity!

---..,. d Of ..;.UobeoIa'aF city of said the that leading It wits rectors arim at that to J-The'Says the Tampa dlfcrencebetwenSaint Tribune: :, f-Bttpifl-of -

Y present her as half-clothed." Well Petersburg and Florida !
oflt what did she wear-if anything is that in Florida every "
> + lit woman has the unhamperedright
No Nerd Of Alarm to bathe in the suit ,Business has-been so bad since we came.to, Kissimmee .,we ,have ..
Yesterday I saw a car on Broadway that moat becomes her especial and .... ',
TQ decided te Close Out entire stock at wholesale prices tess.
which bore upon its hood: type of beauty. our . 40.
"Heaven or Hell; Which'" At first That is a camouflage item and has
PLUMBING SHOP
KISSIMMEE I was a bit alarmed-until I noticed a string to it. The Tribune is--try "
that the car was a Ford 'n 'n I ing to uncover too much territory.. Sale Starts Friday 'februarr-24ol9-o'lock; )
didn't glvadurn. No matter where 41.
& Nothing Too Big they were going they were all right ITS A LONG. LONG TIME ,
' -f r a Ford never went any place .
Too Small YOU BARGAIN HUNTERS
Nothing. but what it came back. Consequently Next Thursday morning,
Bright and early at seven o'clock .
vr I never stopped to try and answer
.. the conundrum. I wasn't interestedno I will have completedMy -. THIS IS YOUR PARADISE ,

r AD Work Guaranteed mo'. first half century
lit In the newspaper ..
Jrame--
r To Be Satisfactory ...
With never one day lost!
More Slack Driving _

----- three Three others students. seriously were injured killed early and And Reckon ten up hours 312 a'days' day-a year Ladies'value Waist__Crepe__Georgette_ __$5.00 .$1.98 Men'a. Ties, $2.00 value_____________ 48c -
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15 Broadway Telephone 143.WONDK5 th other morning at Durham, South (And ten hours a day !

Carolina, while returning from a (Never hurt any working-man),

dance. The chauffeur was the only And then multiply that by fifty Ladies' Dresses $18.00 and $25.00value Men's J-Iats, $5.00 value____________. $Z.98
one escaping-and one of the injured And you'll get 166,000 hours

said the other six wore asleep. From To my credit-or discredit!? ----_------__- --.___---- $9.98'
ifb the result it would appear that the If any warm friend of mine 98c

driver of the car was asleep. Whena Happens to have anything Men's Caps, $2.50 value____________
PIANO railway engine and an automobile Left over from better days ') 1U

collide there is certainly something I know of no finer spot Ladies Skirts __.____________ _._____ $ .PLadies'
the matter with the driver. Where it can be stored; 10c
'. ORKER lie *car. Than with me. Men's Socks 25c value____________.._

tFl Take "Shine" From Sunshine Everybody knows my address. i

Works wonders on Pianos, Talking Over in Daytona they ere planning Yassurn. 98cLadies' ,.
I thank I Camisoles $2.59 value. _ __ __ value$3 98Men's
b Machines, Furniture, Autos, I tvt have a sunshine flub. Beats all you. Men's Silk Shirts $7.00 .
etc. whatlittle camouflage will do: KOKI "AV, MAT Itll""'. MAUfll I" I
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enameled and When 'the moonshines bright upon STABS BULLS WITH CANDLES 48t
For painted, the broad Atlantic I Coat.. $35.00 value-____--___ $9.98 Underwear $1.00 va'"e' _n -
leather surfaces. And the waves bent on the 8andrifts New Yok City.-A Spanish null .

Satisfaction guaranteed or mon- fair and square; fight will be staged l in Madison
Both the sunshine and the moonshine Square Garden, New York, by an I
ey back. Made in Kissimmte.! American Legion One .Ladies' and Men's Shoes at Legs Than Cost.
h.j' drive folks franticAs pORt stipulation 11II ... ... III"

they here watch<
-SOLD BY- .. *. *. *.

WILDER'S STUDIO Hiving dispatch Hack Into from HistoryA Centralia Washington ALL WRONG I Children's. .Coats, $10.00 valee----- $2.98 Ladie' House Dress, $3.00 ..Iue-_____ 75c ,.

tells of the deaths of five'children The Mistake I* Made by Many Kittimmee i -....&,-

50c BOTTLE ':; after having been given adoRe Citizen / 75c

|, of what purported to be Epsom I Comforts, $3.50 value __._ ___ ____ ____ $1.50 l\1en., Slipon Sweaters, $1.50 valueMen's ____ ,
.salts. Which recalls the epitaph on
I Look for the cause of backache.To .
II I a-gravestone at Nashua, New Hampshire be cured you must: know the : -
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cause.
FOR SALE! .:- fOR SALE I If it's weak kidneys you must set Raincoats. $4.98
"Here lies me and my five daughters: the kidneys working right.A $10.00 value._______
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' CASH ONLY! "Brought here by drinking aeidlks Kisaimmee resident tells you ,


-J\ ','My 150 feet home.lot., Northwest White bungalow.corner- lOOx TWO "We"If we waters.wouldn't had; a-stuok a-bocn to in epsom these salts'herevalut.s. says how.Mrs.' : ."My H. G.kidneys Siever,had 411 been Clay bothering street-, w::E: CQ] "V"T :J3'1:7SJ: : ESS

clothes-closets. Cement walk "
large .
; for several months
J me and I
t deep flowing well. Land set to fruit *. '
.and flowers; house partly furnished. I Scund..,Funny To MeI kept it was having-such.a wonder I dreadful was able backaches to be up Our. entire stock Is almost being given away. Get your. share of ". ,

t 'Taxes' -paid. Reason for selling: ,:' don't know much about tele- at all. My kidneys acted Irregularly this r al close out before the stock Is all sold.
death.infamilyL _BungaIowtoo large admit that ;
r. : ; phones, but I'm willing to .4nd black spots floated before my 3 ,
for, me. __ I get the durndest results sometimes eyes, most Of the time: I began vs. SALE'
Can ,at. 1004 Mabbette Street. when I sing for a certain number. ing Doan's Kidney Pills and in a CLOSE OUT \,
f Kissimmee. The other day I rang. The operator short time I got fine results and was ,
was busy for a half minute so I at '
trouble think
soon over my I Doan'sare -- --
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MRS. IDA BROUCHTON '
listened to something like this: a splendid kidney remedy." 'C t--! ' .
"Wall. I told her just what I thought Over four year Inter. Mrll. ''SIever e ;a
(of 'her-say, girlie, suppose I call Bald: "I gladly confirm, all I said R d NEW
ST0RE
.. with the. car about elght-thirty-dld prAising Doan's Kidney Pills in 1914. \
you notice how her skirt hung yes- They always give me fine relief from
terday-J' Just then Central said: attacks of backache."

"Number" So I sang my number Price GOc, at all dealers. Don't 304 ,Broadway, Kissimmee, flonda Between Floyd's Grocery and Makinson's Hardware
but I continued to listen "Well If
: : simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan ..
P you are going to bring her up on the s !Kidney Pills-the same, that
bottle why don't you get: your milk Mrs. Seiver had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
of the Sanitary waff-Aw, say, gir Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.

'? will fix lie, I don't care anything about her; ..... ...
,'his, I want only you and-if you think .. .
: I'd better invite her I'll do it, but

4 r any cold she'll be like a wet blanket-I wishto ,

S}' I ALWAYS keep. Dr. King New would goodness get off a-" lot and of then rubbernecks the one A $50 RING SIDE SEAT FOR 50 CENTS
handy. It break
p hard., stubborncolds and stops the to get busy-all the remain-
paroxysm of coughing. No harmful der of the confab died away. How'n THE MOST MARVELOUS SPORTING
drag, but just good medicine. All thunder do the lines that ,
'druggists, 6Oe.e" anyhow 7 get: way EVENT IN HISTORY, NOW TO BE SEEN :"

Dr. -Kin 's * *. IN FLORIDA FOR THE FIRST TIME! "-
LET'S TAX REAL STUFFI
JERSEY CITY BROUGHT TO KISSIMMEC .
New don't know upon what thing ....:
4 : Discovery There's to be an Ixtra tax
For Colds and So the government may raise-
Coughs- The Immense needed bonus...... Dempsey-Carpentier :
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u Stubborn! Bowel Tamed. Leaving But I'm strong for having fAll .
(
) the bowel unmoved results In put on soft drinks- .'
r.c f bestlth destruction. Let the gently 'And the softer the better.
stimulating; Dr. l lnw'. Fills function.{ I think the entire amount s=- E: :E
you a regular normal bowel Can be easily raised that way. -
ing.. 25 cent. All druggists. The soft drink emporiums CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING CONTEST M

'I Can hoist the distress flag.: Rvvrr hl.w .trarlt-Jnut the Mi.. .. If T.n y y yf
N And the price of drinks were I. a ..W .... Im J.m., (?
} DrKingsFnisREVENUE .At one and the same tisne.Th' . "The mrblrlwlad .* WM<| r..... "... _W O.._ '
pl..bip mmvlf left A.erleaiThe .
drinks now carefully concoctedAt Illr of both _.<._.*. ..< t*. n rrM "pq
.. :-' '- I one nickel per .( their trmlmim rmmmymlTheir ...
AGENT COMING : Can be sold for a dime: private tntlala .Mo.!" a. _... ..
-- While the two-bit drink tketr .1 71
TO ASSIST 'TAXPAYERS'Joseph Can be easily sold for four; ('a RI'ENTIEK. tke W.i.dp ....." ..* ,
/ "._ ".k. M.. Kill." as the pet'w
: Thus the government, easily, T.
McCann has very . ....
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revenue
agent, I !! v9r Maw ?
been assigned to the internal revenue Can grab off every day or two, The bland ........ ever vathered tovefhor -,
A sufficient surplus sJMI. e. lel ...-.- '
< department district of Florida, s >
t. as 'special deputy, for the purposef I I' To half-build a battleship A Mew thlM _.......... ........ was perfef.tiy
And then junk the critter. ....1... wlthoMl aa mnttmrmtl '>
assisting taxpayer in the preparation I'm certainly strongly against The amaar ..... _i.......t fro all over* the -
of and
'f,; corporation, partnership (Placing a tax on shoe-Iacea, werli! I
:t..mi.ceUaneouI returns, .other than Or peanuts, or cigaret. The .....1. M ae vmmmm-... the ..... ..-
<-1" personal. He' will be available to I .... __r.1 _,
Or ukuleles
safety-razors, or ,
."lL. 'j'..taxpayer.at.Kissimmee_ .< ; typewritersr .. ,
n March
Desday, 1. .Or silk sox for Hie UiioB-Kecuseed Fa.Knockout" ... --
Taxpayers desiring information .
should make It.,. point to eaU on this,Or gasoline, or sparkplugs Prtck-aad I ed4e far Yooraelf When h -: -. "

.. deputy the location of whom be ,Or diamond necklaces or shoes, a ...... .
may Or of life' necessities: Lamded-FIVE REELS OF TREMENDOUS f. : ;;:, "v k .
t f ascertained from the "postmaster: (I I Put any the whole tax-weight INTEREST AND TERRIFIC ACTION. R.I. :.',i;.:{ :' r.. >,.;.,.." '

t JTORD:PAY. BAT-UHDAY. HARt It* (Right on the variegated likkers .
That froth from the founts >"!'j'"
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Intestinal destroy healthY {:'{Where the bead cometh not
%' Continuous 3 p. .. tell p. .. : SPECIAL PRICES
And .
of children and weaken their vitality/ the-bobble* do not linger- ,
'The worms' should be expelled before).Because. that is the tipple Skew Starts oa the How CASINOHURSDAYrf I For Thin ExtraordinaryPicture: '
.... .' 'serious damage i* don. White's Of:the rich1 and the careless EVERY HOUR t I' ,
'r Vermifuge' ,I'a ''And a'' 'and 'continuous .
s ,, :, Cream: thdroughly1saceeMful complete ;; ,' . .
"_ ': remedy. Price 86c.. Sold,Tantalization 'of' the poor, Last Sbw Starts ALL r.
'"; tbyiJ.'Z..Roberson. '..1,I S..let'* put air the tax .m p RIDAY, MARcII 9 and [10vr ;; JOc P61lS TAx
.. ,'j':;. ., t. ,them there color$ likker*. .
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rjpt I --- Discovering and .Defeat of Satan::" ''t, -'
LOST Special message next Sunday evening -
I uf tA.t II f A aqua to C. E. Putnam's' sermon. ,' at 7:30. -Convincing .Testimony

t- <. BldidinlsG''i ,- 'ADVERTJSEMENTsI. I.LOerr thl.-office Rasor.and' Finder receive please payment brine for,. lat:Sunday evening. Regarding the) Unseen and

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your trouble 11-ltx 7:80 p.' m,.=- Wednesday"" Prayer Eternal Realm." All IDyit d. Corner
lilt.. Aaseased to Unknown.Lot 1 meeting.Preaching. Brack and Oak '
TM-'c.." .* .M C_..F .J" .. Block Ar Section 24. embraced LOST STRA TED. LEFT SOMEWHERE: : at the Second church streets. a "
: ......... "_..F, Fl......, In Tax Certificate No. 114 of 1911. As- -ily heavy black rainproof _at. It '
each Thursday evening at 7:30. ALL FOR ONEi ONE FOR ALL
"':7 .eased to F' R. Jaco. was one of those for which the irov-
IN'RE BSTATH ;::- *, Lot I. Block A. Section ... embraced ernment paid 121.12 to some grafters Free seats and a welcom' to
'Up Qui JAMES MllAiBfW n V In-Tax Certlfloate No 121 of l'''. .A*- but 11 .bought;thl* ,one or CJeorse; W. I, strangers as well a* those who be- sEp\ FORD OAT m KIS.I..E.M..T..d. .
1 .. ... Unknown. '
tkIr DECEASED- (u i to I'ersontbe at .. far lower "price-and. .
:To all Creditor Legatees, Distribu Lot 7 Bloek A. Section ai, embracedIn lord only knows how much he Ions 1.,..., .. drnk 'fI 1
1 tee and all person having claim or TaxerliSeste. No. 118 of 121*. Assessed made put of ItAayway.. I'd like. It a..JE. W, Mnrphey will preach in
demand asralnst said estate! ToOl and !'to J. H. Halley *, (',0.LotI' -no matter where It was found. If a aeries of revivals at the Second Meets first and; after.
notified and to 14 Inclusive, Block B. Sec. Friday
each of 'you, are hereby It I* << condition a* whenIt
,.When! our lumber Is lI ed. For there required to prevent any clalrasvjor demand embraced In Tax Certificate trfr: pay a reward. See Baptist church. noon of each month at three-thirty.: ,
t.. I either of No. 1" of 1111. Assessed to Florida 1
or you. Thorndyke, at office of The Oasette Visitors cordially welcomed. .
'j. Is no time lost In "selecting goodboords may haveasalyn.t the estate of James Fruit and Truck' Land Company.,, 11.lts ., Christ's ChmrckPentecostal
Oaceola of said land In -TownshiptB President-Mrs. Celeste J. Frtpp.. ,.
W. Miller deceased late of All being . .
4 or in matching: up. The lamb County. Florida, to the undersigned South, t.tt"'I 2T Eat, and being! ac.cording -- - - ( ) First 9Jee-pre.ld.nt-Mra. Alexander

ber sent out" from here can be used J. W. Miller Jr., Administrator of said to Fruit and Truck.Land POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Corner Brack and Oak Streeta Akerman. .
said . ,
estate. within. two year from the date!,. Company's Subdivision of '
\.. with the minimum' amount. of work. Hereof. ...,tlon.. *. COUTUM.MAN Mlnii Second Vice-president--Mrs ErOwen.
Dated February S. A. D. 122.J. .. Unless said oirtifiates'shall be redeemed FOR. .. .' R.. D. Walker, r. ,
. Ing, up. Its ,use. saves,, tim..w.n..1. W.' MILLER JR.. l according- law ''tax, deed. will. -WH M Parsonage Rear of Church.. Phone 826 Tn..urer-Joln. G...W, Vest.
;' better Administrator of Ketate of Jame Issue thereon on theITdt. day of Feb.ruarjr. I will be a candidate for'Clty Councilman
: Insuring a W Miller ecrased A. .D, 1.22 for the two years. term In the Secretary-Mrs.. D. B. Shaver
.. way And our prices spelt economy! --CRAWFORD Attorney, J. L OVERSTREmT, approaching white primary, and will 10:00 a; m.Sunday school. International rI
WiaB.. Florida t.tt Clerk Circuit Court. appreciate the support of the voter of lesson.. Classes for all FORD DAY aATUMpAV. MARCH tliHCOLLECE15"ALT1VE '
time Oaceola ., Fl rldn ages.
every t County Klsslmmee.' If elected I shall go Into ,
CALL FOR WRITE PRIMARY fBLBOZ T-Ct By a H. BULLOCK. D. C.MAI office with no promises to any one 1100 a. m.--DIYinLYonh\.p--s\ 1 .

,.... -,--TIONr----- and-will pertornemy-'dUTTel W1IB<)ut on Spe I7bThl.. teach .
'Owl's PROCLAMATION fear or favor, ITt I 7:00 Divine Evan AND SHOWS PROGRESSThe
WAR1FLJMBEE TKRD! "' Under and by the power vested Inr..Kh..r..m N. CLARK.NUN p. m.- worship
WOOD ; ,
The city executive. committee of the May Mayor of the' city jrelistlc Message. Inspirational! Sing- : 1
"white: man' party" In the city of : .. Florida do +berebyan- tUUNCILMAN Kissimmee;; Business College..

Telephone 220 KUilmmee hereby call and provide for nounce proclaim and declare, that an I .r..tth.p.nt my name a* a can 7:30 'm.-Thursday. Praise. Tea one of the best institutions) this
KISSIMMEE : i FLORIDA holding a "white man's" primary elect election will be held nt the city hall, In dldat for nomination for the position, ' p. city' whichhas continued to make*
tton. to be held In the City of Kls lm- said city during the legal hour of of councilman I of the City of Klsslmmeo tlmony. Preaching. I
I!mee in compliance with the .lawslofthe. votlnK,' on the 2Bth day of March, A. I subject to the action of the primary Everybody cordially 'Invited. to all steady !ltrld..to at increase of business -:
1 State! of Florida.ald primary to I D. 122, for the purpose of electing: election to be held on Saturday, 'Come. "Pray." "B,. In spite of any abnormal condi..
be held during the hour fixed bv law the following officer' for the term of I March 4. 1521. If chosen 1 wltl striveto I tions. It has satis.
NEID'S for the-holdlnir of election on Satur one year, via: conduct the. business of the city IIn!" proven a most
<\ BATIKS day March 4. 11I11. for the nomination' One Mayor. I a. well, as I have my own factory establishment in:.every ;.way.
'atcandldate..tocity.l.cuveotfraa; One Cl.rli ...and-Ta. Collector. --J. M. HANSELL. CHRIST'S CHURCH ITEMS -and the instructors*have won the
Bert ForMan Disease to-b*-Voted for at the general. electionto One Treasurer '
of all Just
;, 1'I be held In said city' of Kllmme 1 Also to serve for the term of oneyear I FOR MAYOR highest approval pllpl.
" on Saturday, M.r.h'I6. 1922. to nil the unexplrod term of J. : I herewith announce myself a* scan. The application of stain the Interior at present Professor James D. Mae.
Good baths with water direct from ......fI........ .1 KlrvtemThcMo. M. Johnston resigned' dldate for re-election. to. the positionof on Glashan la engaged a portion of the
well and only those.. person hall One member of the city councilAlso 1 Mayor of Klsslmme. subject to thprimary of the church building makesa week the municipal books
medicinal Open Tuesdays, be permitted to vote at. or participateIn to- serve for the term of two i to be held on Saturday, March decided improvement.The auditing
-. Thursdays, Saturday,. from 9:30 the management of said primary' years; .. 11111. I will add that If my admin.Istratlon last cf Winter Park-a work which he H
to 6:00 A short drive election. who are' white elector whodeclare Two member of the city ."un<'li: during the current year hamet congregation Sunday was doing now for the third time ,-+" his
m. po'm. "j their adherence to the principleand I hereby appoint C. W. Griffin H. the approval of the voters of this larger than ulualprob.bly the largest .
J 21aaimmee. organisation .of the "white man'*" N. Brat ton" H. D. Oulce, as Inspectors. : city I shall be pleased to receive their' since the occupancy of the new previous reports having pr6ven so
partr In th , of Kllamee.. who and A. E. Thomas,. a* clerk of said 'support at s comingprimary, pledging edifice. satisfactory. as to justify hi.. being
laws
Orders for the wateV 4e' left are or the of the city of Kissim- election i myself. to give' the same careful work recalled. -
\ may I mee lawful elector. who have on or In witness whereof I have hereunto that has marked my. term of 'office. Interest in'God's world-wide program _
at residence, 614 Patrick street. before February: 1:11I'll- : their let my; hand, a. Mayor of. said city. H. R. MA!'. is much in evidence, according
poll .. '" 1511, and caused the seal. of said city to be to WORKING..SyMPATHY" GAME
detailed
who ha rearletered up to and Including hereunto this 24th day of February. FOR MAYOR a public report Tuesdayevening. -

CH AS. NEJD Owner March 4. 1122. and who pledirethemselves A. "b. .iil( Los Angelesj.-.Prisonera in the....Lot
to abide by the results of H. R. MAY. Upon the solicitation of my frl.....* Dozens of new pupils for the' Sun.
have been borrowing
aid primary election and vote for the SEAL) Mayor. I have decided. to make .Jhe race for Angeles county jail
/ nominee thereof at the enulnjc city Attest City ofKlsllmmee., .' mayor of the City of Kleslm,... and day school at 10 a. m. are wanted: American Legion buttons to

I election. .J, U. niUBMRT, If elected I ,promise to do .nv duty lethe adults andchildren.. obtain sympathy in the courts on the
.._11..1..* .f ("...1..... City Clerk _11-Bt best of my ability I t IIL flpr-re- "Reality of Divine Companionship"will "
I Telephones-Office, No. 52, ResIdende. I Those and only thoe. person shallbe _- -- '. - -- -- -- .- elate your support and T wl,IH |>lovntv ground of ."war record. Investigation -
No 212. I permitted to become candidate for appreciations, by my future ac-. be the sermon subject Sunday has shown that one button aBet
I 1 I office to be voted for In said primary tlcn" morning _t. 11 o'clock .. one- war record has. served.for ....
Hours: 2:20 to 12.00: 1.00 to B:00 l election, who pledge themrlve 'In CIASSIFIED'COLUMN L. M. wHlbbKN Prayer la being offered for all congregations
1 1FO whole handful of prisoners.
I
I writing to abide by the result of said r THE ;
DR. B. L. WILKERSON I primary election and support the FOR COUNCILMAN in Kissimmee, and are requested -
nominee thereof. who are. qualified for this congregation. .URI. )Al, MAT!'HOAV,-!MAH('H !-'
t DENTIST under the law of the State of Florida I am herewith presenting my nam4
land city of Klnalmmee to hold office. ; SALE as a candidate for nomination at the .
f Office Over The Recall Store. I I Lit .1 0...... t* a* Filled primary- 'be March
I Rich: elector In the city of. Klsslm- FOR 8A1.B-Wbea, !. tt>. market ferKeee 4. 1 am offering I -ldf.n the t'.rt.y'e: ;: to
imee qualified to vote la said primary rail .. nil out the unexplred: term of James
.. ) sec Bd bead Feed >
; | election shall have the right to voteIn Saml.. Raimelale at the Owwola 11I.F. .. M. Johnston. I have long been a resident

One said candidate primary for for: mayor. I 4.. (.'..... I alway have I... here. and. the people know meI .
shall appreciate the aupoort given
I .. te six and ear give the very
I e yes
Ii I One candidate for clerk and tax: oolOn me, and will do inv best to aid In a
BOYER & WARD' I beet prlvee .. ...... Sam O. H...-
: lector, good government for all of KlsslmsieeS '
tt I
1 and".t".for tr..ur.r.Two I dal* .
----- B. AULTMAM.
: aandldate for member of City
REAL ESTATE II Council yearn onq FOR 8ALB-Kleven and one-half acres
FOR COUNCILMAN:
Homes, Farms Groves, 'I!, . tofow.e. ot.rty:; Council all cleared and fenced, on brick road I .

Undeveloped Lands City Lots ,I for one year close In. About two hundred citrus I herewith' present mv name for
-' I I five member of executive committee trees on tract nearly all In bearing.", nomination for the position: of memberof '
Over Postofftce. I for one yearTIvKr. Balance of land suitable for trees lit the city council to serve. the unexnlrcd -
41.allfyi.gEach one of the beat citrus sections of (>.- term of James M Johnston soblect Call 'Phone
/ I person desiring to have his ceola county. Price U 7.-.0.. Will take to the action of the primary to b. .
i[ name printed on the primary election late model Ford touring", car as part held on Haturday March. Many feel
ballot as a candidate. for any city qf- |ia> ment. A. R. Dennis, at Gazette.fdce. that my work on the council habeas ;

lice shall ale. with the chairman of 10-tflt of such a nature that the city will hebenefited f .;),..",.' '

f- JESSIE D. KLEINMAN 21 this. 1 committee'Z1. his notice, .n or of before candidacy. February andapplication SKIS FORD DAY 1% KI5SIMMEE-! another year by :continuing and If the:; my voters term hold ftflr :'"::,: ,. .,.:. ...

to hav his name so printed the same thought"' I shall be Kind to 1
Copying .Stenographic Work upon a bleak In be furnlrhcd nv rOn SALE-Nurserj! tr.,,,.; lime tangerlnea -, receive. their support .: .' f'r ;" ., :
the chairman of this' committee* and early and late orange"' A. S. GILBERT.
aecompanled by the amount of his assessment. and Krnpefrult You should have one --- ih ': .
Phone 253... State Bank Building a* speclOed below and no J ef each In your yard We will de Post COUNCILMAN ,.I __
name of any such candidate shall be liver.__W't Ilia m Il' Vx.rl1U\JL..Nar".! ", -- ,. .-- '/ I'" .
-- Tonted or' returned ... -Florida. TJ-2tx "r ",
prlaCedTpoa'Ol cooss I have. qualified as a candidate before
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If printed .upon any. .ueti' ballot, HII- I i I the comingprimary to be held \/ :
less this provision shall have been FOIl BALK-Cheap; steel auto-truck 4, for re-Bomlaa<< .' .. :'" .
compiled with. body cevered top; one fly, or auto- :1'.nlJ"i.r.r'et.r: : : : :: of Klsslmmee. tara .' ..'. ."
Kern .. ........ .
eover waterproof 12x14 I new; saeautoiuggaxemerrier. two term and snail appreciate
The voting: In said primary electionshallleby j J. H Jump, the support year .whichIfeel tnv. -votern --- 11 -"':- --
WE 4fOVE Tt1fifAIttUOr ; _first -and- acond.chinosballot Bnrnest *treet-1'ostornce Box- 2(2 will-give me at that time. I am will. : ..j f
In compliance with Mhe provisions - 10-tt "
stand \11. record I have '
Ins to
'Pap upon ;
; On Earth ,
Anything -The of the state primary laws, and I made during my official-career.. I be. _
the jame of the candidate for each FOR SALm-No". Perfection three.! love In a office shall b.. printed on the ballotIn I burner cabinet top, with two-"ur- administration and so pledge. /. 1 f
TOUR HqUSEHOLD GOODS alphabetical order. I II ner oven.. Good a* new. Apply at myself If elected. 1 asK the general \ "'
Caava* *>f HvfvrM 201 Main street._ Klssttnmea.tfo_ .
Or Anything That Can Be MoYCeC I The committee shall meet_ at -al upport. .1. W. T1LOl1''AOM.. I"." '. "."""
:
..o'h.ckm.on the 4th day of ]March FOIl SALE) Or Trade-Nineteen. thorouichbie 1 f'
: the City Council chamber of Brown l"" uhorns. .i>rellent f'OINf'II.HANI "
tidi>rice before ]having. year the I\r, of Klaslmmee, and pebllelycanvas layer. or will -.*ch.nsn for FOR
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done. the return. In accordance. equal number of heavier breed A. KSreby, announce my candidacy for
hauling
with the primary election law
t COMPANY been and nominated declare for what each candidate.office voted have FOR: 8ALK-Houses and lots, farm, .of position the city to the at the action. primary of the to< W. JONES.TRANSFER and 1'
for, and the chairman secretary proves, timber' t'ildl':' meat on Saturday, Mar1. I wouldalso r .
committee, within two :r..pr8t ;
of able Aaysthereafter .
Bank 'J. .
.HON6 11-3 .hall certify the name of M. the l>unc n. Manager.. g-tfo announce of that Woman'I am endorsed Club ant by to. ', '.',;, It. : . '. "
the
.,.. f _teese Or er.e4 Otctalm H.rw.r. C. those candidate receivingthe nomi the will member appreciate such other support AI "'. ; . ,, ?(} ,7: "" ,.; "
office O..ht U- '
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r: rr.o any FOR IIALR-Fln.: residence property.Apply may .be sjlven roe at the polls. ,- .M1r""I8'te I j. ;
The Gaietto'e .
Klsslmme* a* the nominees at the: ofOoe of The Valley MRS M. H. TURNER. Valley .A ,. '"
' of this party- for the office. to Oasette.. J(I..,......... Alf t J. print all the news" all the time,. bat: ,, '.
be voted for at the ceneral electionto .. '
DR. R. J. 'DENNINGDENTIST be held on March It, 1522.Ares.mrNs unless items ere eent In,by pbo/< -
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FORD DAY SATfHUAY.: MARCH lit PERTAINING TO CHURCHES .
card or letter we cansiot hope. to got "'.

For the purpose of defraying; the FOR 8ALHI-.At a sacrifice; my bungalow it all. U yen know of say: Item of j-.
expenses of the primary election. Including home. Partaly furnished If Christian Church will
Over the P. Wftee.GWrlCIII the payment Inspectors and new The Valley Gazette bevy

HOURS: t to 11:". 1:" .. 5. clerk. printing the ballot etc., the desired In Lot family 190x1(0 feet for; .corner.Death .. glad t. print It.. -*
.....raent levied. reason .elliag.Cash Bev. J. G. Waggoner, Paator : '
... ..elU,. PII... 174- following are : only. Call at IOU Mabbette r '
against' prospective candidate for the I Mrs Club Society, Lodge. Church or
street Ida BroatthAon.tf
?', -OMes. .' -. U. rartMia, ofBoe tte be fllled: ,, 1 :1)0"" a,'nr.-Tb.bible school meetsto .' School notes; people going away. or. .
,
Mayor, nve dollar SALEi : Chsq roast .
. Clerk and Tax Collector tve dellar*. 1 FOR automobile. aiudy Eliaha's tleavenly. Dependent. -. coming baoki Marriages, deaths or '' ... /
l-50 fully equippedanIn first class
Treasurer five dollar ; Good tochers. Great lesson. birth, Items concerning vWtl n. ,
shape splendid buy cash
Member Council, five dollar ;0:11 ; price Come and study with us. i deila.nelghbora .. :
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City .. to : 1550 on R. A. dnyder, 25 Stewart building operation, real estate oJ
M. TILLER > aveaue, for Information. B2tf '11:00 a. m.-The Lord's \,
The following Inspector and clerk Supper .. moving' 1m or going eat, and

are' hereby designated to conduct .the FOR' 8ALB-or rent at a reasonable followed by sermon. Subject: In tact anything that win make,The '" . '.. !

Real Estate Agellty. aid Inspectors primary: election John McPhatter.: C. W. price beet. located house In the city; Lord' Day. Valley Gazette more latertatlng to.it*. ..n:., f"' ,."> '. '

.... Orlffln H. N. Dratton. furnished. ; contain nine room 7:80p. m.-Sermon. Subject: "Tha r........ 'f '
-- ---- and bath. Located large' "
Clerk A. B. Thosna en corner Ultimate i* Chrl t. ''"'
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and sokL OBURQK W. PERSONS lot with fruit and shade tree' Address The' GacettVa motto let'"So ; t..f' :
Realty Bought : LA. R. Squires KUclmmee.fil.tfa.. 7:30 p. m.":- Wednesday, Regular Valley ,; ,
S-tt Chairman. ,
House rented. charoh. business-meeting and prayer the People May Knew and to that ;

NOTICE ell' HHUISTHAT1O1VNotice meeting. Subject!' : "The Wtoild Challenge C end wo ask year co-operation. .-- :" 1
:
Taxes paid and Title veiled FOR SALE: ) For Item.: furnished : .
india
I* hereby Blvesi that the' reIstratloa > Room and No Trespa** Cards" 10 ; t
fer non-reudeaUs book of Oseeola county cant each at The. Oasette offlne. All members expected to be present ; Help boost KissimmeB" ; '. ; n

Fire Life and Accident Insurance. I I Florida, will be open at the office ofthe I N-tfDAY. and be hosts to cordially welcomeall us '. , ;
aupervlor of registration; at the strangers and friends to all gerriee i.! f ,
Kat More, KUsfmmee I Florida, on "ORO 'ATrRDAY. MARCH I.t'OR ' .'
# Monday. March .. 122, and will continue *. t
Indemnity Bond ,' ; ." .
each weekday .. .t" '

... ... ... ... .... ...... until from2O to: dlncrR'a. m. too: : .. p.' m.Refdstratlon )., May 4, Plata S.\LIII-Oa.Practically price. Bet Apply new.Electric Valley At- a Wall reasonable Oasette. .- SL. J....'. (EpUcfpal- ) a.ueIt e, . . .'t."J"\. ",," ., (: '

book will also be ,,
opened
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In the. various precinct Ihrouuh- ,-tt. Eer. L. II. Klrkby, Rector.Qcdnqu..terl1e .. ; '
out the county from Monday, March *. : ;!"
,
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FOR SALS: Two
boy *ult* 4.rold
P. A. VANS AGNEWATTOhNBTATLAW 122.1122.to and Including Monday April' else, velvet' one dark blue, one Sunday. ,

110.I Any qualified elector. whole name I* dark green, Russian style white 0:45 a. m.-Church school.
I not now on the registration books may collar sad cnffa, detachable.. Nearly 10:00 *. m.-Adult Bible class. ,
new. Apply, 201 Main street ..-tf
OFFICESWinter \.eglu.r. 11:00'a.. m.-Divine Worship with ,
\ B. D. KATZ.
Park Florida 10-4t Supervisor of Registration. FOR SALE-Wooden washing machine Morning prayer and Sermon. Subject .
: nearly new. Apply 201 Main t *The Blessings of KeepingGocTs < .. .
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NOTICE! 011' APPLICATION Felt TAX street. 20-tf Holy Day. I .
... .
I I PtOBlKNOTICB .. -I FOR ,RENT Sojourner 'in KUMramee are cordially Beat Fertffixennonost Sprayer PotJtry S.....

-- IS HBRBBT GIVEN that invited to' this service.PretbyterUaT . Good. Fair Prteee prompt ShlsmowtluocticlwM
O. A. Dyer purchaser of Tax Certificate I FOR HUNT-Two furnished flat, and .
1.CITY No_ Iii dated the Ilk day of.JuIY'1 one 1I..room..d'cott. unfurnished. dtevcti Ask Year Nelpbor-II. Ks.... -.<
A. D. hl5 and ef Tax Certificate All modem Improvement. II. f
\ liT Id of : E 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Jackru.id. FJ-itla _
I1T, SIB, dated the day July C. Stanl A. D. 117. and of Tax, Certificate I Rev. W.. D. Dresch, D. D., Pastor .
No.. 42*. 14(. dated the 2d day of June 1 ROOMS AND BOARD-:Nicely fur'nlsh- I Get bee...*. 1,.'1921, Redmctd Price.Usti Wort b jlar. New fsrishiV .

11885<< and of Tax Certificates dated er roam, excellent: board' good 10Uon. '8 43 a. m.-Sund.y school: "GEM'BRANDS' .
'MEATJARKETFresh 7711118 ; "SIMON PURE" sad
14. 16. 1'S. and 195 ot* reasonable price. Call .at
: the !2d day of June, A. O. 1515, has : 121 Mabbette. street Klsslmmee 1100<< a. m.-Worship and sermon:
filed said certificate In'my of 11_. and '-2txWANTED. Theme "The' Grandeur of Faith." -U i
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; Meat and has according e to law.for Said tax deed certificates : tissue Communion servile. f .

. embnac the following describedKopertyc ,.. 6:86...P. _m"-Junior- -Chrfstiaa_ __. --. _Badeavo _"-. .. .E.-A..MA.RTIN"SEJ3D.COMPA.NY.--"- .I "
- ...Uu.te1a.COu..t *.
to-wit: WANTED8EW1NQ: -Anyone wishing OLDEST LARGEST SEED MOOSE IN FLORIDA / ;!
Christian AND
Vegetables'Phone Lots 2, 5. e, Block A.. Section *2, ami wins; dose by the day write Mrs. .6:30 p. m.-Sealor En fi
braced 1n Tax, Certificate No. 221 of Van Busklrk. Orange Center, Florida. 1 deavor. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA ,4,
:: Assessed to J. H. Halley Co. tl-ltx '
llt. 7180p. m.-Evening services. Ser
I Lot 5. Block B, Section 10, embraced S MARTIN'S HT TEST SEEDS 4 ;
44WARyMEMORlALS Tax Certificate No. 227 ef un. A*. WANTBD-Te buy a second-band Rv- mon. Theme: Teculia Peeple.
.*..d to Florida Fruit ..d Truck larude engine. Address "A," care 7:30: p. Wednesday Prayer An Knew F. Quality
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1'1. Co of Tae OaseUe. ICIsslromee. l -ttx x

{T" --- Lot 2. Block C, Pestles 24, embracedla service. ., ....... Seed Cern Beans, Peas, Pepper,. Eggplant Watermelon, Cantaloupe.. v
--- - ---- -- Tax Certificate No. 21 of 117. Assessed SEE PORE DAY t\! KISSIMMEOWANTBD CfattchRer Petatoea, Tomatoes Cucumber, Cowpeas, Forage and Field Bete: v'

SECONDARY ( Lot (to. Block 8. Kelley B. Section-- '1. embracedIn ,Fist BH*** Our Catalogue and Price List will give fun Information. We carry, tall

Certificate No. 2(7 of 117. Assessed -'To hear from owner of Pastor.V varieties of garden fieldand! farm seeds that have been tested '
Tax A. Button D. IX ,
J.
of j ranch 'for' -.. .. ,
rood >
: tte cash ,
Wahington.-The proper care J
and Truck and climate sad
oar
Flo..leI..1' yean
to ,, and to be to' Florida soil
t i proven adapted
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,.. prtoe. 'lull particular. n; F.Bush, '
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disabled and 'unemployed erection ox-eoldie.( lAnd Lots 000 7 and 8.' BlookD .etloa ;I. .... ,Ulaaeapolls Minnesota. 4-12tx All i.are welcome the following ,of experience enable uajto handle the.Flerida,;..Seed busueso to Mlt.tantag I ,

... should come before the braced In Tax Certificate N.. ,42t of service at the church-house. .dn Son . *. I .
: 'expensive war' memorials; slccordlng UI1. Assessed .to'W J. StlllwaW .. MISCELLANEOUS da*: .: ' ".. SrfING.CATALOGUE. .

to the American \Legion's legislative Lot. 11. Block C. S clioul4, embraced 4:45 ra m-Sunday ucbool. 8. L. Martin's _'Catalogue: la ready. Write for It. Everyone .. '.
which has condemned the la Tax CertlSeate No- 441e* Itls. SECOND HAND OOODO. .........' cold Spring BOW
r : committee Assessed to Oea Newton. .' ,aB.. "....r...- ,The Coma ...u Lupfer,, Jr.. superintendent Classes: Interested In Florida spring and summer crops should avail tieov! ,
l plan of ,the Georce--W..hinJrtQ.n..tat."Cup-Me embraced- LatM S and la Tax*, Block Certiacat A..*' Mctlon I'f.' .. Ill,1.*j for all ages.' Join the paa% r'. das selves. of {Information contained in our descriptive catalogue. 80*." !k\l '

mortal-A2soeiation tojraln 1s15.'Ass.sed t* Florida, Fruit. ..aJ> BARGAtNe IN VIED AUTOMOBILES '11106'a. m5erm' by tie pastor. lied. FREE on request to theme who seed in their names pt.matIl. .
port in erecting a' 'Victor building Truek Land Co. \ Terro ,. . One Theme i "Essentials' k1'Ailute !SalT' it Information add prices oa aU ......able '
41 President( Harding .. tstlualv.'lot.',..*''AA. *1Inclusive..Block M "'BabrTarandChevroletTon / lUt "" ,Write for today.. Full ;. :, .
Washington Lot 1 to '
18 *
'.ndorsOdtbs C, Bectlon'II' embrae, ... Varaeei 1pea.'senger'.end'11 $ '' ,*-' y> ", seed*. . __ -_ i* f -" j- -. ...,
project ? -
Vreportod a. having .Tax CertlBoate No. uil .r 1M'. '"ord. .;P"J'aa-B." Y/ P.I1., et.-. ,+; :"

..*...._ -written r to*governors, "..tstatea eel A.a In d (to; Florida Fruit and ,Tru :k1Al't.Cf ,' gt'sa.. .. un lrVordroadster iii.t. ; to.-s....t'. .. '" ."1.--\f,. ;...& :%, A* MARTIN' "SEED COMPANY. ..-' _
recommending aUL '. i One "U. FordtoariBr; Pkooe.. 4JT7-UM '
tJte .
: : 2-2M Eaot 1a.Street
:,a. ... W_k
'FOR ONEs .cm.l'O ALL b,l'tI4f4 ,tai fm'tItieate' Mo. ,,1'., .( RacwdaU./KUsliDiliee. rwrlva. 41tii Theme will .beg"Th4poag5, pemign, . ,
ALL ; : ; :i" *..

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+ I'usual pleasing manner which, mad ) (. o .0 h.. ( > ( ) () ',0 1
.r 'TWO' CHARMING IJEK/NGE5.1- very one happy, while the splendid : : :
(, I music by, the Fraternal Orchestra of . _
<, i KUsimmee with the addition of a t
vocal solo by"'a.... Arthur Cooper ,
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made the entire, assembly cheerful
I and glad. :
'The merry crowd after being. advised -
that the program for the evening
was completed*were, cordially PRINTINGCOMMERCIAL :
invited to the dmingroom which was
decorated with ferns and flowers anda
supper which brought from the

Y lips of. all present: "1 am coming" .

again-, ? ,
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!SEE Mobs> DAy-IV! KISSIMMKKSCHOOlTNOTES' BOOK AND POSTER .

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7'.HERE' i* no other investment that brings such .ar-.anJ.corn .

r ..... ... I -Osceolaterms-Sanford --- :stanT pTofits at printed salesmanship at u>e 'do ..t."e is -

,w, -...... ', ,. ...'' "",", '. The basketball teams' of the Os e- no other method of getting business so ;neJtl1 n.iuely. While \f I (

r t.J. .,,".._ 'J T ola high school will go to Sanford you are thinking of a plan of campaign you may be in need of //., I \) : '
4 : .':: ; '..f...... . . today to compete with the teams of ,
Envelope
," -"- <" _"L' 'J :1. the Sanford high school. These head. Statements, Letterheads Looseleaf Devices, fteceipt S!

games promise to be most interest Books or Labels Now is a
-i. From The Kissimmee Kennels being established by Mrs. A. M. Matthews. ing. The games played in Kissim the time to follow in.lheoobtep. THE: R '
A Breeder of Notes Throughout Canada mee-were both won by Osceola.
j of that army of s
.acee..fal'mer'HeISS.lmmeo: Gazette
1 _.Debating...-Club--Notes. -- ---- O. ----chant'-&fJho'-G.r- Valley; .- !
Of her nine brothers and ,sisters
SOCETY'S.REALM.' i all\ were present at the funeral services The is Henry holding'W.its meetings Grady DebatingClub each al- tunes for themselves, building up (HOME pr GOOD PRINT/HC1

; { IN ] at the Valdosta Methodist ternate Friday as usual' and is"accomplishing the great.. industries so, rapidly. _,. .
church with the of sis
exception one
splendid work. The
I ter, Miss Margaret McNeill detained who club seems to some be exhibiting real 'enthusiasm I O' Let us do your printing. -:- -t: PHONE ft.1.&I.MM.iE.. . RLON10A .

T4ARCOOSSEE PARENTS on account of illness, was and a good deal of' spiritin '
oJ. '
at Ocala, where she Is employed in J,
feI ENTERTAIN THEIR SON the work of the club. The subjectfor
Frank E. Denig. one of the prominent -i' the schools !debate this Friday is: "Resolved:
i Mr. and Mri. J. 3. McNeill, of Kltfsimmee Should
officials of the Seaboard: Airline i That the anti-lynching law b .J
railway spent'the latter portion of I have the sympathy of all 'not be passed by congress:. Joseph > 0 p 0 0 '(0) L<) 0 0 {
the week with his parents. Mr. and who know that most estimable Sears and Milton Graham will be .,.....
Mrs. C. E. Denier, at their beautiful ,: ccuple in their hour of severe grief heard on the affirmative, and Lewis - _u __ __ __ __ __ o
b country home, "Cnarlden Place," one Campbell and Lewis O'Bryan on the I "
NIECE WAS MARRIED AT SHORT ITEMS OF 'INTEREST "
mile north of Narcoossee. negative. This promises to be the .
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f WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUB AT Miss COULTON Gail Scott OHIO, of Coulton.. Ohio, best, debate qf the year. Never be impatient--- with children; :

1, HAS CHARMING HOSTESS was recently united in marriage to Laaier Literary Society even a tree has to gather strengthfor A SIN
t The Wednesday Afternoon Br'dge 'George Paige of Richmond, Virginia, : years before it blossoms.Be .
Club was delightfully entertained at the double-ring being used .
i. ceremony >---The Litejary: Society was postpon.ed to the stranger within e
her home by Mrs. R. G. Mlnick where by the officiating clergymen Rev. L. last week on account of the Junior i pleasant Lots of times that is. one 0.
the rooms wore handsomely decorated J. Lewis, of the Coulton Methodist play but we expect to begin witna your gates. investments
;i with cut flowers. The truest prize church. The matter is of interest only new force today, when the following of ni.ide.Just the. best yeu ever \
went to Mrs.. Powell while the club to Kissimmee because the bride original program is' to be rendered THEATRE
prize was won by Mrs. Claude harper was a niece of Mrs Kate think what a boom a town ,
\
,+1//p A two-course luncheon was Mrs. Hamie Souders, of 112 Beaumont Rollcall: answered with original would t.iko if everybody in it made it < :: ': '''n)Im
1, nerved by the hostess assisted by avenue, north. quotations.Original. + p'oHsani! for every *stranger who "'
+rv Mrs Hornsby. 1\11'1I. Brinson, and Of this wedding, which was one of StoryKatharine Tiller. showed :'p. ;
"Miss Patsy Makmson. The quests the leading social events of that community Original Poem-Elizabeth G. MOBC- You can keep cauliflower white by WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
h were Mesdames Alderman. Alexander the Wellston Daily Sentinel, ley. letting a piece of butter melt on it
y Boice, Boyer, DeGreech, Geiger, published nearby Coulton said: Original.; piano polo--Mae Winn. when you first put it on to boil. -
Hem pill, Katz. (Edgar ]1.).), Katz, "A wedding breakfast was served Original Story-Theta Phay. If you have no starch and wish to .... -
(Howard M.). Makmson. Newby 'I immediately after the ceremony and Original Limericks Members of ,. wash and iron a blouse or collar you MARCH 1 aid 2DOUKOLAX
rather, and Powell; Misses Bay Mr. and Mrs. Paige.; left for a wedding I the Tenth Grade. I can stiffen it by adding a lump of ,
Kern, and Plana.r trip to New York and other I Closing Song-Sotiety. sugar to the rinsing water. <
eastern cities, to 1 be: gone about ten Emily Anderson, pianist. To make the skins of baked potatoes -
CONTEST THIS EVENINGAT after which will live
days they in (
xt THE BAPTIST CHURCH Richmond. "Nothinc Bat The Truth" I soften rub the 'potatoes after
washing and before baking with a
At the Baptist church this evening "Mrs. Paige i Is the only daughter of --- -
commencing at 7:46: the following I Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Scott of Coal- The Junior play Driven, in the aUdl'j little lard. "
,:,' ;program of contestants for the W. ton, and is a sister of I Hr. F S. Scott, torium Friday evening The pre-war cost of a good wife : rPre.renfr h
c C.--T, U. medal will be carried out. I of this (ity Her weeding. is an event great success.' The house VTArowd- j I among the tribes of Central Africawas AIJN KJ 4<
Three of the speakers are from Saint of especial interest to a large circleof "d. Tfr" cast certainly "c.>r..1 H '''It $1; it now standa at about $". --
Cloud and three from Kissimmee, friends bere. hit. Walter Griffin as Bob Bennett Fashions today are more becomingand .
and'a silver medal will be awarded: ]I Mr Paige, who is!!' a graduate of the hero of the play certainly kl-j'i make the woman of thirty look
4,. Music Boston .Tech. and University of Massachusetts the: crowd laughing and in high spIrits younger than she did ten years ag9. __
Prayer has charge of the Richmond all the evening. Miss Margaret Islands off the Corsican coast were ,
David'* Brewery"-Cora Campbell. I offices of the Sanborn Map Brunson in the leading feminine role, recently offered for sale at $,009 i ...1;'
talent'and .
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(i ''Humorhque'-Mae Winn. Company, of New York city. certainly showed her dramatic each., t r:: .
J. Music proved real "star. The special 1
"Maiy-Elliabeth"' =Eleanor OTer- ODD FELLOWS AND REBEKAS numbs- were a Russian danCe by I Tramps and hobos are aO la ttie .' s ss I j I
: street. HOLD WELL ATTENDED MEET Miss Clara Tucker which was south now, as if they stayed up north w ,8
zd ',"Why' Ev.ry. Woman Should Take an Promptly at even-thirty last Friday tainly admirably executed; and, vocal they might get put to work shoveling< ., .

its laterest.,in Politlp.-Verne McGee evening the memLersH'p! it the selections by Miss Patsy snow.
Music local lodges were busily engaged receiving Miss Makinson is noted for her wonderful Question is what the anti-short,
'" "Jessie's Story"" -Lucy Whiter: the guests who crowded in voice and she did herself' justice skirt howlers will say, when" I. the : ,
"Old Soapy"-Etelka over I '"
persons [ /
Presentation of Medal--Rev," W. H.Dreach. the various lodges in. the twelfth: district Alt the evening Mrs. S. H. Bul- any skirts at all? 1 *-<. .
: were assembled at Fraternal ock'a school orchestra furnished the Foot trouble complained of by many F &
hall, which was never more attrac- best music imaginable., : Many of the girls may not be due *o much to high ,'
MANY WARM: FRIENDS'MOURNED tive .than at that time it being audience complimented the cast' and heels, all to the 'heavy feet of the ',j,'
HER ,DEATH beautifully decorated with palms and everyone was not loath in e, rrssSng men they dance with. ,fi./i'
I<* The death,of Mrs. E., F. Short, I cut tlorll.I their..appreciation. The youfcg men are/ interested In ,
HL at Valdosta, Georgia,' daughter of.JMr 1 The brotherhood, together with jts The class cleared *UO and now education to the extent of investigating "
', #. ., and Mrs. J. B. McNeill of Brack sister I / lodge had the honor of entertaining plan to treat the Seniors to real. set- which\ Lathe prettiest school 'iii'-'

street; brought Borrow to.all of Valdosta a number of grand officetaamong out! ...., ,teacher. :' > I
,' and the local of that GrandMaster :
paper whom R. B. Crawford, lEE FOND DAY IM K1BSIMMKB I The United States army is advertising '
p city paid her magnificent;! tribute.:' ; Frank Helms, Grand War. 106,500 currycombs. fer sale. 't.
i Her death'oecuh'ed'as the :.result of den Mrs Jennie E Anderson Vice- :
; MONKEY MUSIC CENSORED ,Some men would find them useful in
r :a mastodal operation; and. while it president of the Rebekah Assembly; untangling their whiskers. l
; ,was known to be serious, none of her Mrs. M. Keen Deputy District President Albany, New York.- The Star r(
Many men who are physically unable -
large circle of friends
anticipated
of the twelfth district; and J. Spangled Banner rendered on a
ji fatal''I|results. Her ,early life had H. Pegram, Deputy District GrandMaster 'handorgan with a monkey accompanist to saw any firewood can yet deliver f.I
:beea spent in Tifton and Thomas- of the twelfth district, all of is taboo with the American Le a heavy bowling alley bait with '
'ville.'.Georgia, but since her marriage whom gave Interesting talks on thereat i York. A bill before the terrific speed. -*. ..... \- .. -
some six years ago,: she.kad endeared << good being accomplished by i legislature would prohibit collections The use of cosmetics Is going a II
herself to the people of Valdosta the organization. Rev. R F. Hod. : being taken for playing the national good deal too far with all these folks
SM few had done.. nett made the welcome address in his anthem. putting on' coats of tar and feathers. THE THREEMUJKETEE&
w Those bad noises from neigh
i your
_"PR FORD DAY JIll KI"nlfl:1I" .FORD DAY "' 5AT1'HDAY MARCH I" "nvn' vnnn fAY IIT' Kra"VNMr""" bor' house may not be anyone break- I

ing the china but simply the music
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII InIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL! pupils playing modernist,,music.
The world has forgotten about the &
fourteen points, but it-is lookiag for-
ward to next spring with eager anticipations -
== of the niae inning
.a Cofh-mir Gareorvh under C&vord KftotJocleWvcAo
opNon f. .
"When the swallows homeward
fly" was a favorite old song. What undorjrod JfibloPhotogropJry ,
some people want to sing now ifl, .0- ;
Lr I = "When the swallows downward low." under Arthur e..ron

In China j conversation usually begins j
.. .,
,. ALL ONE FOR ALL"In
with the question: "How old are : fOR ONE. .
The Bank
With "
?" rather than "How do do?" .
you FOil
I Am-a Good Moral Risk +
this 'ambition
\ -Nobody has yet discovered' whetherIt's production "Doug" has achieved the ,
, the of his life and what U by aU odds \
= worse to be a fool who farms or registers with it. y
t' : OO -st --- a farmer who fool. the great outstanding success of his career.His : r,.'

... I Ability The farmer who make sure he has is a remarkable clear-cut portrayal) of the noble ...
.. So told Bank. I have business a source of good seed doesnt have to .'
: and they me at t my been doing D'Artagnan. the wonderful hero of Dumaa amazing "
e time
.. === spend any being sorry when -
j '
:' ", ., :!".. ; with them for a good many years. I liked the quiet == harvest times comes. novel of Mediaeval Franco. 1'

Willingnessm === Blue tissue paper! wrapped around This tremendous film is the happy. culmination of a desire
with wh'-1..1. treated I built
courtesy : me. up quiteto == '
garment keep white ones\ from yel of years on Fairbanks'part.to enact what is conceded
Si V0 a bank account. '1 never overdrew it and I won their lowing and delicately. colored ones to be the most striking and heroic;'figure in the .
1f ffc" from fading. '
confidence. A good chance to buy a choice piece of 53 A good mother takes care of her iM {

children. but if she want to be the ------------------------------------------.5 :
DEPOSITS INSURED ground at an attractive price came my way. The Bank beat kind of a mother she also takes Bakoor 9 . :t

w .t helped me out. They said I had been doing business = care of herself. Orchestra _:_,-----*-------,.-- .75

'. '.Y fi 'i with them for tome time and they considered me a .good i spoil-'fo the spare child praise even when more it surely is due thaa will Bexe _.._...-_*..*_,.*_:--_-_-1.W.

; .-, _no ..- -',mc/rtl_riilu.t_,Are..year-st-troodmoraLrukl..Do-we.know. ..= due sparing-- the" rod when punishment is Thete Prices UchiJe War Tax :,. ._ ......#
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#' ;,.r" ( )0'1) Why not opep an account here and get acquainted? = 3-PERFORMANCES.DAItY-3 < it '

," ...-I', I e -_-3-- NOTES- FROM ST., CLOUD. SEE THE SHOWS, WHEN THEY START-3- -' P. M. PROMPTLY '+'.11",

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G. N. Wright, of VTellsburg New
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York, who baa been spending sometime
: 3 at Scoring, has takes quarters mole Mil returned from -Tampa and Mr.. and Mrs. Shore. Mr*. Tool,.'Urs., .
: with Mrs. Cass and will make aa Saint Petersburg. Bennett Mr.' and, Mr. S. W. For.'
: rfentad .,. Mr. and Mrs. E, U' Miner have tore D. T..Field Mr* SeymoreM': .
Bank of' O. W. Fleming and Mrs. A. E. Williams returned to their home at Sabetta, Harknes, Mr..burrows, E.' MAl- lq
: : QscoolaCounly. of Sedalia, Missouri have arrived Kansas.. ., bertson, and Mr.. and Mr*. Clere Outlaw -' ,
-7i in Saint Cloud and will remain '. The. Loyal Clast of Women, of the I and children, :were among the

a* of their brother, J. S. Christian chuch.vwlU meet Friday visitor. to_;the:Orlando''fair, ,oa,"'.11-, .. t
guests ; q
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"* Fleming. *'. with.'"Mrs...J. K.. ",.Houston. ,;on Dele-_ dart : : f
\' '' ,A<. lectur von Abraham Lincoln ware' avenue.. 'Mrs.',C. A., )Mlsln,' of Everett. t
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.." 'Hour* 9 ,At M.sto; ')3 P.' .MS 1"-;' ,' and George'Washington was 'delivered i Miss' .H..Wh1te.; 'of in the-Q.'A. R. hall oa Wednes Pennsylvania, was guest of her aunt dead to-spend'th, remainder Of the, .
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; d' ; 't { : ; , day'evening Duncan O.;M'ller Mr- Mary Veeder.' ,on ,Wisconsin. wlnUr-with her parents. Mr.andy *.;,
1." _ . r ... . ,. of;;Chicago..The: } ;"-lecture,' ,wasgreatly.enjoyed avnue. last' Friday."' EL M.:lUman.",Mrs. Missiner* high' j ..
; .s'. .' - x4../> 'l' "J'f.'.."': .!t.. !): "; ", 't::.t.- *.'., '<*, f- 4MrRaymond ..... Mr. aad, MritC.'I.Web.rTMMlas; ly"pleased: rith. the'city,..:and 'pro .. ; "1l
: _" .;. -f, ". .p.t4tcsoa'attended -.McAllister,,and E.- R.'.Watkina, nouoces.it.better. .than ,any.place 1a ,.""
1, the Orlando'fair Thursday..',.', I' JameaB.,. Hatheway,' Mr.',Kampiag, which :*be-.'*topped earomU frmherW 'I
-_Albert Stone reglctcred at: theSen{* Mr,Johwa.Mr.: Mrs., Woydin. home.wom." ,
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