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: March 3, 1922
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01053
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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I fJ FIRST' FORD': DAY 'EVER' IN STATE ; STOCK SUBSCRIBEDFOR ..AUTOCADE STARTED CITIZENS"' "'MOST ENTHUSIASTIC . '. "



) K'ISSIMMEEPiANS"\ GREAT EVENT 'NATIONAL- ( BANK< TO SEE PLANT CITY OVER QUALItY. BASEBALL TEAM ,i:''i.t, : /r, .



,SATURDAY, MARCH 18, DAY SET ,AWAIT. A' CHARTER AND 'PUSHJORD DAY BEGINNING AT AN EARLY DATE "

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Every Owner ., A Ford Witkin 0. H..... Miles Should Drive to Kis- Unless. aa.rt.-a-Jed.4. ,. / By Federal. Plans Far Leaving Kiwi.... Were Every Baseball Lover. i* Entering; Into The Plan Being Proninlgated" fey r

....... e. ,Satarday, .March' 18, asl Participate In .The Many, .Event : .Aatheritie'..At Waihingten,.. National Perfected Yesterday at Luncheon. Having'.FiH Petfaaat-Winaiag. dab-Sam Story Will Be .Manager;
Planned F.. Pleaiar. and PrisesJK .,Baak k Assured .I Chamber ef, Ceaiaieree Captain':and Catcher far, Team '
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.' Yes this is:going to be- the-.-first- slow race of Vords-as many as wish -ar V7 roie. "with" headquartenrnrtItlantav There= --- .. mmee=i is' '" now .veomt> .tin ,there-shall-be a genuine- eaoperatioar .
Ford Day over pulled off in ,Florida 1 may>enter In' this race; and such was in Kisslmmee yesterday Automobiles left Kissirornee-this rangements for the best baseball among the people.
.;.And it ia going to be a great eventif other things as may be suggested. to for' the' purpose of looking. after.the morning-the time set for the atari team it has had for many a year-if The club has not been fully formed,
the thorough co-operation of the, and by the committee. tentative formation of the proposed being seven-thirty. .The matter of the opinion of those who are showing but the tryouts will soon commence
I" :t entire public which is already,, prom.. . 'Then.-too.' there '.will .be music by National Bank. Mr;;' 'I\Pole is chief ending such a gathering was sue.treated interest in ,the ,matter may be taken and from the following! list of possibilities . '
leed shall be 'carried.out.: the band all day-the band leading national bank examiner .tor the southeastern at' the'meetlnr: of the Osceola for. a criterion; In spite of the-fact there will be selected a,team
Naturally the first question tiles tho parade in the, early portion Of cflst ct."and upon his decision Grower Co-operative Associationon that several towns and cities in the which will prove of high-grade: '; ,
,,, by those who become interested is"Why the day. This will be a feature that depends all actions, taken *.by bank Tuesday evening: where there was state have decided that the' game Irio Bronson. "Speck" Bass Walter / .
.1:. .'. should will count Itfor"muda=aa-the-KI..im. of that character. All local conditions a.jnost enthusiastic gatheringand could not ,be kept up because,of the Bass, Eddie Duke John Graham'Asa
tr-r.: ..." 'beneficial') ? WhysHenrywhoi.4 mee band has an excellent reputation are taken into consideration the matters turned to the culture of lack of p"tron.l"f-th.t the games Hansell Sheldon Leroy Les
.la-booated..ev.erywhuer-.InJelect.: .. for;:.the....quality-, .--music: turns -makes-his-aaminpUonefox "the strawberry.wall right then and .had ,been' a1 .losing proposition for lie. Lee McLean Johneonl' McI.......
Ing the n.m. of Ford no automobile 100..0' the establishment anew financial 1inet1i-anrwaW' gectde -' hat-more .1anftdthe'N..tIefor.1c.b.. Holmes Pr thettSarn Prattler.Tony: ;
dealer can take affront- He realizes Here I is something else Sam Story bstitution and upon his report information' could be' obtained by vis.Itlng slmmee enthusiast- are a unit in de- Rotunda Allenftockd [e--WniianT y ;
I'". that tile Ford is not'in hi* class; he manager of the local ,baseball rest the entire matter Mr. Pole plant City, and learning: direct cl.rlnsr'that this city is to i have a Tiller Leo ,H. Wilson,'Jack ..Whidden.
.realizes that*of all the car In Flor- team announces that there will be gave no intimation as to, what his the matter of procedure regarding' team that will be a goad one from Combs Young.
ida sixty percentof them. are car pulled off an especially fine game of report would be in"this matter-at- the production the sale-handling, and. start to finllh.Everyone Gordon Bullock, who Is now at a
ef that' make; he r' realize that the ball during the afternoon on the new though is confidently' believed,that the return from shipments. has 'confidence In Sam medical school In Indiana, is soon expected y
buyer of a Ford ,* sometime going ballgrounas; and those who are fond nothing will interpcse to obstruct When the matter came before theChamber Story:-and believes that his management home and it I. a foregone ";
to buy another make of car for'what of that sport will find excellent eh. the: formation and establishment of of Commerce yesterday ,, of the, team wil be one that will conclusion that he will be lined up
may be called special .occasions-just tertainment in that proposition. Just the new bank.,, there was a call for volunteers to add bring credit to'the team itself to the with the Kisslmmee team -. a fact
. as Ford dealers frequently drive who will oppose the Stockcrackers at *, their strength to the party-and the city and to the county. At a ,meetIng which: will add strength; 'and from ,
.;: other car*. that time has not been made public ACE DIDN'T, NEED MAZUMA. ,result was shown this morning when held last Friday evening there this aggregation it will be possible
:a;<' 'With the desire to draw as manypeople -but''' it will be a hot game.It : . there was an extensive cavalcade was a general expression that if arrangements to select a beam that, will work together .
to Kissimmee on' .Saturday is also possible that if Broadway Columbus, Ohio.-Captain Eddie started--bearing banners and carry.. could be made to secure without friction.. Ball faddists
March. 18, arrangements are can be cleared' 'there may be a Etlckenbacker,. America's pioneer ace, ing advertising matter for the "Ford Story for the season the club'could: say that if Story has aol. control of
made to offer' prizes-- at least a half real race between Fords pistolshotstart was the .first Ohio veteran to turn Day" celebration to be .distributedalong make good. He was with the team the whole affair every player will d.'
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'hundreds of them-for Fords alone. at the Osceola Hardware Company back his state bonus check .of $185 the way. last .season but a flattering offer his best-and that.the aggregationwill '
r < By this means there will come to and running on each side of to a fund to establish a hospital forOhio's The report of the visitors toPlant from Miami, which Kisslmmee could be a bunch of doers and not talk.''
Kisslmmee a vast quantity who could Broadway with the railway all the disabled! soldiers. The American City will be made at the first opportunity not meet, took him '._Y. He hall era. And that's what ia needed fat .
Snot come and participate if some deciding: point the winners' to be Legion has asked all other vet. -and it is believed that so enthusiastic received other offers better than a team-.if. success is to ,bo assured.
other make of car had been selected. decided by elimination as in the slow erana' who do not have imperative will be the opinion formed what Kisslmmee oats offer him this Johnny* Schmidt ia secretary and .,; ..
:tAt the same'.time there will be nothjing race which will take place on Darlington need of.cash to follow Rickenbacker'slead. that.strawberry culture in Osoeola year-but he has agreed -fb remain I treasurer,of the team and baa been 4 .'
in other makes the rail will be given a impetus. here the ',He has '.
._ prohibiting dealer avenue starting near county great through season -. provided busy. already .curedlledc--'
of oars exploiting) their machines'and es from business house
making as many sales as possible way.These are buts Jew ef the many month and from private Individualsat '
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.( lthoul'h-tbIa-P4a'"is-not.being promulgated things which' ULbe.given to the mul TRIBUTE. TO..WILSONMASTERFUL CANDIDATES.PLENTY 0000' one dollar a month to guarantee .
as a salesday for the Ford. titude of guests vlirting-KissIMbi 4- JTHE--AMERICAN'S'CREED .* .tIIO-ftn.nomg.of.jtho_club,.when added. r
"". It to a debatable question if there on Saturday March 18. Th. affairIs O '- _?__ OO to the general revenues; and the advertisement
will be a sale of a Ford on that day being managed by a committee and STRONGFILLED .FOR NOMINATION ATPRIMARYTOMORROW I' believe in the United States O, which a capable team yr
-and the dealers here desire it distinctly sub-committees fr.-AI. reliable organization of America aa a government of'. will bring the city will be of much
understood th.t 'thll eau affair : and there will be no 'ao- .: the .people by the people for advantage e -
is not intended to benefit them. tions carried on net thoroughly ir WITH PATHOS .the people whose just powers f Steps are being taken 'to 'seed re
This i la merely (explanatory in jna- accord with high standing. Nothing O are derived from the consent of subscriptions for new uniforms 'for
tiee to the dealers ia Fords in this 'will be allowed to be of a fake order O the governed, a democracy in a- the team to be selected and the con+ it,
city-and in justice to those handling ---for Kissimmee cannot afford to Collier'i Weekly, Repabkcan, Pays Politics Becoming Somewhat Warmer O republic; a sovereign natlen of *j tributlons have been all things. son-:! ., a
automobiles. conduct this in other than sidered .
other day The
makes ef any O many sovereign states; a per- very satisfactory. "
The plans for the day's celebrationare in a legitimate manner. Forceful Praise to This Nation's' as Hoar Draws Near To Select O feet Union, one and inseparable grounds: -- the same aa those,' used' C .
many- -.and cannot in this articlebe [ Visitors'' will be made to. feol at Recent President CC.dldates for City's Government established upon those principles .1 last seasop-arc' being put in 'gout '
given in full. These'thlnga" however home in every caa It will te over ____ O rt freedom, equality! justice and condition and the result will be what '
can be stated at this time: day of real jollity when all cati. I One of the permanent possessionsof The great game of "Who's Who" 0 humanity for which American is termed a fast diamond. With good
p .. There will be fully fifty prizes may be thrust aside and actual contentment a human heart is the memory of will commence tomorrow morning patriots sacrificed their lives and M MO ground there will be a greater iacentlvs -< h
given away during the day for the bring smiles to the face of I its greet enthusiasms. You may and it promises to be a very busy foitunes.O to play in Kisslmmee and ,
Ford which may come from anywhere he who laughs only with an effort have cotf.e<< to disdain: aid even despise day for those who .shall be connected I therefore believe it ism dui th.rViII be possibilities .that in' addition "
and everywhere. No county I.i There will be room ,for five thousand them; but they are never uprooted. i with the polls 'as well as for those O ty to my oountrv to love ft; toO .1 to the two games a week play.:
to be barred from entering. any of who arevming tJ: participate III.. Then you reached your Man* I who are seeking votes from the gen- support its constitution; to obey ed >with the prospective league which4snowf
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the competitions. what.may be tailed .the closing ..rf tat.and.youwli.--- --- -_ ....alnvblicTh.it1.p.eto.med -*-its-laws;; to-reopvct-Us !ag;and-**- rming,4h.rs-wtll--.sejne- v.'.
Prizes will\ l>given for 'the oldestand tile) beasen.C.4u0JL I When a noble ideal kindles such enthusiasms for the day ore John .McPhatter, C. I. to defend it against. all enemies. games. with other ciiiea\ and town
1-: most kuocked-out Ford<< that shall that ideal becomes one I W, Griffin, aiMI H. N. Bratton while i. O featured. frequent intervals.
; .be-ahown..jn-the-pal'ad'e-fot.ihe.Ford youawill.. he..ydur Uudnun j of those things that:without-warningat 'A.. E._.Thomas_will act; .as_clcrkl _. .+ + ...+!.+. _.!. _+ + t. : Much! the. success. of the KlsaiauTtnee 1.
that'.ho-w.the most mileage; for the Six-. rare intervals?flarea up. And you Kissitninea' registration list showsat :. ballteant "wttl depend *upoa'the "
; Ford driven by the-oldent .driver;;for Or come'in your White coupe; sit in the light! of the flare and pon the latest 'computation a' total of A meeting was held Tuesday even. support given by the local citlienry.. '
the Ford driven by the youngest Come in" your elegniit Moon c.? 1ft" driver; for the Ford bringing: to Kis- Or come in your Chevrolet. it was not beautiful-right--desira.We. fully qualify before tomorrow's !trio purpose of discussing the matter of of their howiefoHts as ill gossip cam 1
'1 .imme* the largest: number of passengers Come as you will --< but coma. just Was It becaaso: you were not fit mary-but' The Gazette has obtainedthe having the' county appropriate Ave dishearten and discourage any pan all
--men, women, children and come; for beauty, righteousness, .desirabi list officially.. The list should thousand dollars to meet an equal of players.. If all shall pull together''
: babies; for the oldest couple driving Well promise,you'll not be bored; lity? have been published as the law directs appropriation from the governmentfor I Kissimmoe will "play )'real ball?''and, a,
::"r' in the parade; for the newest baby For many a chauffeur wilt U so Peoples are like men. They may -in order that any,omission's or the. purpose of locating' a graduate I will bring credit and',.rood publicity fjl
t' In the Ford parade: for the best dec- scared lay aside their great hopes but) to alterations might ,have been drawnto nurse. in this' county. The gath l to the city.Times . ,
f 4 .rated Ford; for'tke winner the He'll put-blinder* on his Ford-I, the end there are hour when. they the attention"of' those registered.In eringvery' lightly.attended.- I- "P-I..yo.-l-lJ'. 1 "
1 alt with them and ponder. this election the plan was not car. I'
Perhaps that' .. the explanation of rled out-nothing having been pub. : ,
HOW MANY lOST. OUT PROSECUTOR'PLEDGER the persistent mysterious unconscious lished except those names ,which had ENJOYABLE 'PICNIC'OF BIG FREE BARBECUE
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way in which men"today draw been dropped from the previous list.
together around ,Woodrow Wilson. It Of these 668 voters ,370 are males
f..lN + requires explanation. Why in Wash and 182 females thus giving the .4
AMERICAN MOTORS GROUCHES$ :A lGOSSIP'THEN TOURIST CLUB WILL BE 'A .FEATME;
f : ington for months now has the sight* males about 67.. percent of the vote .. :
and the females about 32.6 -
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seeing wagon followed his car? Why percent.In
,' : do the chattering tourist inside grow the ease of four candidatee for the "
fi 'WHEN IT WAS;MERGED ASSERTS FACTS silent as they pass it. They don't council-.one of whom is a woman- .ENTERTAINS CROWD ,SAT'DAMIAKnTSBarbeou'Beinf! A ; .

peer.. They IK*' their hate and sigh should every woman voter cast a .. y

; H..... Motor C..pay.f .Atlanta.SwaBow . Attorney. Consider'---r-:That: Peal ,WaaRightWhoa and striking it .S0raetiar ailht..to'bre.takes" the minutes mood and the in vote true for form her, and'and:the divide<< 876 their malos vote run Large. Audience Attended Picnic Held -:Arranred: For: ,.... '., ".

Ii' 'American. Meter Etpett :H SatdIa; HU. Haste fleeting gUmpaeof,1: that.*drawn. : whiteface evenly no man would receive ,b\lt..tbe .By :.Tourist Chb. ..' TaesdaySenthland 'sands. of .Visitor* to Kiaslsamea. ,,Wh., a;
.. Company-ef JaclwavilleWith That All Mea Were:Liars has stirred. 125 votes and a woman would be GarageWellFinedThere (...to EajeyFerd Day"
nominated. Of course such a condition .
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a' sound of'tr'umpeteand a Rumors- have been ,rife regarding m\n_.nd women and. children : is possible but net at all probable were very few ,tourists. in I One of the..leading.features of the
_ti vast amount of advertising-for some of the officials of both city ..ndeouDtyrum -most of them busy through the ; nor is it probable that aUvoters Kissimmee who failed to embrace the com ing-."Ford-'Day-; -wilt' ...-the, immense
;t some of which it has been found impossible seemingly based on- week-walk to his house and stand will go to the poles. Of the" wo-year opportunity of mixing with the free b.rbee-.nd I the word ions
to collect tbe sum due-the ly upon the slightest guesswork and there in groups,. speak together in candidates it is more than likely that) crowd on Tuesday list, when the culmination "free" is used, advisedly.. : 'Theprsv' .;' i
.,.. American Motors Export Company 'where the 4twish was father to. the hushed tones as if something solemn from 175 to 195 votes will nominate I of the long-proposed picnic ; position bas been well received and .vA.
a; startled all Florida some month ago. thought." and ennobling moved' in them? Curiosity the winners. I took placer To in&ure. place of. already there ,have, been pledged ,a.:
The plant. of the company were exploited In an interview with the prosecuting ? Men chatter and gibe and. Two candidates have qualified for shelter should the occasion have "COn.I..lerable'numMr 'of. beeves and 1
in many.ways-and to farther attorney, Milton Pledger, wan jostle in curiosity. These people are the position of mayor. L. M. Whid- : taken place bI1. rainy day Lewis' logs. Such .an', innovation aa this f ,
add weight to the proposition there asked just how much truth there was silent, gentle, and orderly. You will den, one of the old-!ime citizens anda I O'Bryan proffered the use of the should prove an ,attraction to thousands ....'.{;
wan a car-and it was very attractive to the rumor that officials were not see them before the theatre on nights cattleman known over all Central : Southland garage free of charge- of people in all the surround*
piece of work-made somewhere and doing their duty and *4hat he had when jt is known that Mr. Wilson is ..Florida whose residence is 208 Cher. and, incidentally, before the adjournmEnt lug counties -: and ,will probably '
demonstrated throughout the. state been drunk within a short time. Mr. within quietly waiting for him to ry street east, is in the field for this of the gathering a vote of swell the number, of visitor to a
l a* one of the styles which would be Pledger said; come out. There will be fifty a hundred nomination-opposing: H. R. May, thaaks was extended to Mr. O'Bryan. wonderful extent-: 'Only the choicest.... f
turned out "from the Florida factory" "There seems to be in the atmosphere even a thousand. who Is the present encua bent and Isj,I Several hundred participated in the of animals are to be slaughtered and
being built in Jacksonville. Entire a decided tendency toward Unrest They cheer him ,as he passes a candidate for nomination to sue. picnic-and there were' heavilv-Iaden prepared fir this event and only
editions of the Jacksonville Observer among people generally.' Con. and there are often chokes in the ceed hemself. Each of these candid ,I baskets and boxes in all sections of expert at the busbies will be. I. '1
were! bought up and filled with some siderable crime is being committedand cheers and always tenderness. Whydo dates is a man of ability-and possessed the large building. Everyone was in charge of the work of this depart'Y.
good stuff that was written by the people of the law-abiding class they do it? Nothing more instinctive of many frindsand ma disparaging the best of humor; everyone was buta ment. '
jiotfd"Charlie! Jones. The proposition are restive by reason of It. They more unplanned, !goes on in Washington assertions can be made I. kid grown larger There was a There have been other evsnta ''l t
of establishing an assembling, however, appear to be excitable, for Let it be known that he is.in against: either of them. It Is beinga racket all' the time -- and they who throughout Florida..uhichiiavs.prom.a ;
'. ," plant in Jacksonville was hailed as & thev are too prone to criticize rather his seat in a theatre 'and the whole clean open race between these mea; i talked the most Seemed the happiest. tied many things which,, were never '
great business venture as it would than to throw themselves into the house will rise in homage. Let his in fact it may be said with truth j Upon every side there was merrymaking jcrformed-but. .never--?before. '-has. a} s
. #' hav been,.and stockholders from every breach, and give the powers that be face be thrown on the screen and it that the entire campaign has been -and there were declarations here been a "Ford Day" and the added '
i J.1, countv in the state were -secured their support in apprehension will draw a II'l' (>tI.\C that the face of conducted in a way as to avoid all JTMt identa of tach state wee all attractions which are, promised z
; -while a vast amount of money and convictions ef wrong-doers.!! They no other living American receives. ill-feeling. 1 atatesr inferior but it all iV KUdimmee 'people for Saturday*:., ,'
,.,'x' was Invested. prefer to sit back and bemoan conditions And that is not true'in Washingtonalone. The announcements of the several I done in good-natured) rivalry. Noth- March 181 ,The number of prizea-.
s But; there has been a change in affairs. and find fault with officials. candidate for the position of councilman i fng" marred the oCl'ulon-.an It was there will be fully' fifty-will please ,'e'
lVe; A merger has been mad.. Personally I have been very much Why should the vast throng that speak for themselves. Buck a feature which will be forgotten by many of the owners of Fords ,The
:,. Whether the Jnfrged.corpor.tlon. will abused not only for what they claimis packed Pennsylvania Avenue from end' has tea certain extent declared that none who participated.One races will amuse all lover of sport.. t i
;:- assume any of the legitimate advertising and has been,. a neglect of duty to end on Armistice Pay have stood he stands. ': for. a greater and b.tt.rcity. I' of the features was the pride The ballgame in the afternoon will 's-
bills of the American Motors but I have been wilfully lied about. reverently with heads bared in silenceas T. N. Clark: whose hone i taken{ by the president whose waist- delight those who are believer lathe
Company is not stated in the dispatches One woman in town has accused me the bier of: the Unknown Solder: is .t' Mabbette, carpenter1. is well long heavy grey beard proclaimedthat great national jl'8me..ndthen'
811 street
which declare that the Han. of being drunk, being!! the last report passed attended by all the official aad' hi possessed patriarchlc tendences -the barbecue all-free- .
of Atlanta hasta'k that of the moment the-Pres- known' as a man of judgment roll-call of -This will be an innovation In this #
son-Motors Company has--come. to me, charging greatness business He has before when he called for a .!
ti <:n.over the Jacksonville concern- misconduct. The fact that I was ident. his Cabinet the Supreme tourt. I held the position for which never he is the states represented. Being froM portion, of Florida-and the fact that 4
_; although the buildings at'Jackson never drunk, and do not drink at all, the house of Representatives the Sen.. candidate but believes there now areL Ohio he was all ready to psd.the.roll Kissimmeegoing/ ; to great length' g..I
ville will be used as a distributing were matters not taken into opnslder ate. the Diplomatic Corps Perching,I L a conditions, which he kelpbrinkabnnt.tf when he*called for all natives of the to'make all visitors pleased with'tho
.point-Th.-joint-eaapany-will.now.be, tion'whensuchmaliciousreports Foch--why-..should.this.-great.-c owd.| better [ -hhaH be-tkeeJ.oleeof may Presidential State to stand. But day's performances will create ngreaitr i
y knewn as the Hanson Company-the were received by the fertic Imagination have watched ia silence' until quite the when .t..aw-.lxt-.ir..t.and.> -te.de> appreciation of what Klsslnv. wt h1
firm much derided by=those promoting of the perpetrator." nneotntecbedly: ;; a carriage far down I M.people.J. Hansell l, present county..- clare that Ohio waa the beet state mee will mean to the'itenerat"pubUer- -
: the stock-sales of the American Com. "What, about the tale that officials the line came to view? Why should I I missioner, is an able man for the po in the galaxy he grinned; grinned. allover More complete detalW will' b'giv- X :.,
t pany-and the work of assembling were the only ones who were carrying this crowd.unconscious of what it was 1 sition .which he eeka-that of councilman ; his eyes shone out the brighter.his en in the next issue of The Gazette ,,
y.:,.:', L. will, it is believed be done in Atlanta. on' the illicit sale of liquor of! doing have broken I into a low cry-of .. He has tafore served in face grew a.bit broader, and even regarding all matter in the meantime -, 3 p.
., The merged 'corporation had a host various klnda?" Mr. Pledger was sympathy and grief: "There's .Wil. i such capacity. At a county com mis.. his whiskers seamed: to pad out a every resident of Osceola'coun-<
of atock-holder throughout Florida asked, A-"close-up" of his f.ce'theD son!" The cry flew down. the long sioner. he has made a'OOdnd thereIs trifle aa if,seeking'for a "permanentwave. ty and all adjoining counties should ,
1 ,- in* it will be a matter of interest to bowed diaguatand. he held it. He avenue. no /doubt of his re-election to that ." But none blamed him. MichIgan make arrangements to be in Kissim. .yl
learn, if there has been incurred any .said: '. They saw him aa the man who.had office once his term shall expire.. showed up>> second with, thirty- mee"on the rreat day whether oev" r.
r k. financial loss by,those who made actuaL "People could be of, much greater called into service the boy they 'honored ./'WI. Thompson, one of the present two-.:-while ;Indiana and Illinois' .tied not they; may han a 'Ford-and tak. 12t;
Investment.'and, ordered.car of help to the community if they would who had put the wonderful light encumbehta as councilman; is 'present with twenty-two representatives' Six part. in the splendid;' event-coming,
,the. admired ,variety. ;::t'- co-operate 'with 'the.officers: -rather to hU eye that light of which a great Ing his name for re-nomlnatlon announced their homo were west oi early ia.the morninr'and remaining. 1 ,., ,:',HMr.y
.' :I-,. *"" :-fv." '" " "*-"' than foolishly. criticise them., Critics French surgeon aaisr"TheAmericaneoldler the semip itiOD. ..He.is'welt-known the Mississippi, river- -ona being. from". till, late'to,tho.evening. ? ; +
seghbiong service at the should better'inform themselves, be- 1s.different'from. all others, throughout the county and eity-ijc-ne Oregon. .
4TM. ... .Presbyterian 'chlrrch'Sunday evening fore speaking."'There will be a trim.Inal ; .. ,c ,(Continued ea pare Two _ .... of the," -<<1en and ha. held Thus ',' 'after'. ,..... three : ; and.Mr*., leU.and daughter.. ,
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.' 3to i .commence'.at ae\en-thirty. Solo .term of the county' court com.menclng ,' . . namer lu'eommitteesbipaduring'hisseveral hours of Jollity. the. first genuine picnic Ethel who have been apendinc..r t
1 '&Dthema..nd duets,,will ,be renderedn4 "" in'. Kissimmee: Monday. Ion that will be'wortny-of-considera: :term ,ef-adf ..*, '!* of>the Tourist Club; .and with eral weeka in, ,, ; . r ,
': t- '___ some good old'songs for .every, March 18,.'and ',If they, will;, attendthey tion.. If.:they have 'a disposition to Mrs..Mary t Zits Turner'.help created lagged steps',the congregation tom leave'today for their,home In'visit SIdAn' :
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? .'ie THE [K1SSIMME1 VALLEY GAZETTE-FUDAT, MARCH),. 1122l \.
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OUT '.OF THE ORDINARY MAYOR MAY MAKES I PERTAINING 'TO "CHURCHES THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCEAND ,, In the history of t l" earth. Hetouaht carriage, gather before Ida house, 'k

FULL ,EXPLANATION WHY EXIST to a finish, t'.an: ht mljht se. ctend in rain; and snow and cold be
IT SHOULD ,
IS THIS OLD POETRYSeveral
------ Chrbtiaa Chare ., I t cure the pledge of the nations to the fore>> the theatre to>> get even the moat 1

years ago when Rev. J A. Regarding. petition that has Paul V. Bunn generalsecretary teal l of world, co-operation. fleeting'glimpse, something that-will
Button was on the 'Pacific coast he; been circulated and generously; sign- Rev. J. G. Waggoner, Pastor of the Chamber ofCommerce- of Saint He won-won with the peoples of bid them live again as tbey did in "

_ i j '-frequently' furnished newspapers with i ed requesting the mayor to appoint 10:00 am._The"' bible school meets Louis; has this to ally of Chambers of: the worid, if not with all their jfovernmenta. ,' those greatmomenta. -
... look to him a* the
Wade Lanier chief wish They
of police I -
his writings sometimes prose and| Commerce: ,
to study Jehovah's Mercy to a Heath
>
.sometimes of a poetical nature. One t first to .say that" Mr. Lnntejwas: on en City.. Good teachers. Great lea, "It ia an organization of business and man who drove that ideal so deep In-
i'' of his. writings, published in the Ta- the police force a fewdays prior: to son Corns study with us. professional men who as Individuals, to the soul cf the nations that no manor
K eoma Tribune, proved popular, and I the time of making the appointments 11OOaO m.-The .Lord' Supper, believe in their town and their community men can ever destroy it. It has become CASINO1
.a st there I. even now a demand for copies i -- resigned his position to,, take followed ty: sermon Subject n1t. !, and who are therefore, willing an asset of tormented, humanity ;
\ of it. The Gazette, has secured the i up other duties.Automatically. ,and Worry." ? to supportthj; organization with a possible way out slaughter and

original copy, and herewith reproduces C. H. Driggeffe was 7:30p. m.-Sermon. Subject:. MT he their knowledge their personal service hate.Through all the future men will ,
: it. The title was Brother, . in line for the place. Mr Driggersis Ultimate Protestantism." -and their monc-y. be building upon It, adapting, expand
.hood." an honest man;' straight, and In.tt'11IR'1nt. "The sole excuse for existencelies ing. as menjiave built on Washington
:
fMDnd
Woman's
2:30 Tbe '
; p. y.
"' Brotherhood Taking ,1thlngll/ into cone Missionary Society ''will meet with in doing the greatest good for the a work Lincoln's' work, knowIng -

ar 'My object Is to prove by' others sideration, and considering what "was Mrs. L. H. Gedge. 'AM women cf! tl c most people, in civic, commercial, in* : that their effects rest on some- SATURDAY MARCH 11 J
brothers best for all concerned believe thin essentally! sound, and secure.
We fall to treat men as our ; my c'lurch cordially! invited. dustria.1 1 production and transportationaffairs ,
We do not strive- to lift them higher, appointment of Mr. Driggers nil 7:30p.: . m.-Wednesday. ; in rendering service which They are simple people, remember ..;
Prayermeeting. ( .
As proven by our poet Prior. out the unexpired 'term of Chief Ti- will help the community whether those thousands whose hearts he had ,
Subject: "The Teaching of ,
1 "The, i flying :rumors gather as they son was the best and only course ,to Jesus on Christian Unity. I i knows it would or not; and in han Jt. enkindled. They are the people Who !

t rolled. i I pursue./ Respectfully, _,, All members- expected to be present -'Lling: matters of general interest, do the work of the world and their I .. ,\
; Scarce anything was sooner' heard H. R. MAY Mayor. and be hosts cordially welcome r i, which ordinarily no individual would minds are easily bewildered. "He has
tha 01.-- nii-Htrangers anoVf riendstoalleervices. tlemptjuidwhichJb.aco.uId iotJ; handle deceived you" they were told.... "He has i

ti, And .all who heard it added something/ "COUNTYTOURTSITS if he should attempt it." : given otnlrea1Ulh1J1'eamn1'nrottorjmen. '
new, j ON MONDAY. MARCH 13 OM Toil live by realities, not ideals. --i.\

t .And all who told it made enlargements JURORS ARE DRAWN Presbyterian Church FORD DAY sATt'1 04Y. MARCH IS i Out with him! Down"withhimt!
y ci too; j --/""' --- a great nation you have strength I

7n every ear it spread on every The folowing-nnme.d) ::;; ;;; have ,been Rev W... D., Dresch, D., D.; Pastor CANDIDATES....... PLENTJ( .- I you have gold. Keep them stand
tongue it grew" -- alone. Do not forget that you do not
drawn in
to serve as jiircrs the
I court the term of which will county 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. I fpontlnued from Pace One) I live by ideals." '..rJt

SAnd next we hear from one of power-- on Monday, March 13: open 11:00 a. m.-Worship and fcernton: irir.) herself as a candidate for n ml. I And the people withdrew} -bewil .. .
e Who rich received from heaven's John W. Barber, John O. Cowger I Them,: "Thy Will Be Done." .1 pation as councilman. She is activeIn dered. But the shouting over they remembered ) 't 1
dower, Communion service. churchwork'and clubwork, and. being their long days of exaltation ,
l P. G. Cromartie, T. E. Ivey, W. H. -'
I l'' Was praised and honored for a day, Jones, T. M. Lamb, A. T. Meeker, P. 0:30 p. m-Junior Christian/En i the candidate of the Woman's Club ., of sacrifice, at fiesJoroand
{ Yet.false accused-the poet May. E. Morgan .E. A. Neimeyer C. C. deavor. ./' and backed by that bodyTlt fee boldness; of worth.vhileness.: Was it ,
I III swiftest still when she 6:30 Senior Christian pectetl that that considerable total .r'w
'Fame En
goes Newton, A. D. Story and F. A. p. m.- a only a description? Was all they had
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laden I Stroup. : deavor. / grill be hers when the count is made. felt A mere magic of' words on their
r With news of mischief_ - I 7:30 p. m.--Song Service. Of those enumerated above two untrained minds the stir of a fleet .d'

Y 8 a; Thus, are we Fortune's. pastime. One : +.0.. .0..0.'+ + +++ 4040444 7:30 p., Wednesday' -. Prayerservice. ,will be selected the four having ing passion in their lives? Was thereno ,
day live, i i1 : been qualified( for the hill tsrmoi: sense, no reality in it all? t
d Advanoe'ct to heaven, by the people's) 4 WHAT'IS SUCCESS two years. There will be, also! one
That is. what thousands thousands
= breath A. '. .0. -'- .0. St John's (Episcopal) Church nominee for one year to fill out an upon tS
,
have been in these
asking past
i The next hurled\ \ down to the abyss of 4 He has achieved/ success who > -- r unexpired term. For this position days. And slowly they are turningto

; r J death' > has lived well l laughed often; ,Rev. L. H.-Kirkby, Rector.. there are two contestants. him to lead them. His suffering .,.
who has gained the of S. B. Aultman aaioajr the lists of
respect face and gute of ,
First Sunday in Lent. palsied are a symbol .
t No poem would be quite complete. 4 intelligent men and the love of 4> = the oldest residents and one of the their "How is it withhim" \'
m.Church school. crippled
+ 9:45 hopes.
k4 r That : a. ,realtors of this has made his .l
i Gossip Monger spurns, > little children; who has filled hla.o.niche 10:00: a. m.-Adult Bible class. city they ask "a/ :living sacrifice to WILLIAM DESMOND .
: Without a word front one we know and accomplished; his task 4 announcament-and his platform was
1 1 ..6' Af "Scotland's Favorite" Burns. whether by an improved 11:00: a. m.-Short Morning Prayer plainly stated in The Gazette of last that faith and that vision? Does he WI'. Heads tk. Cast .fMad. "FIgLIia' : :
still believe\ ? Has h lost faith
with Holy Communion and Ad- as
"The man whose heaven-directed face > a pe'rfect poem or a rescued week. He has never before held the well ?" ." ;
1'Y ( The smiles of heaven adorn, 4 soul; who has never, lacked appreciation dress. position but feels that he would bea as strength -. t
4 y Man's inhumanity to man 0 of earth's beauty Sojourners in Klsslmmee are cordially factor in the advancement of the And so they seek him. He means I
t l+ Makes countless thousands mourn.," failed to expresirit who has always or- invited to this service. city's interests. something to them; they: don't quite AlsoCHARLIE '
4 Opposing Mr. Aultman for the know -what. He is a living link with
looked
for the best in others < Methodist Church CHAPLIN 8+
i ; T now call forth the man of fame. 0 and- given the best he had: > short term as couuylman; is A. S. their noblest phase. Those who de.
s Who wrote and used! another president
r name- whose .life was an inspiration > Rev. R. F. Hodnett Pa.torg:45 present - 1;
c 1 ,;r He knew some enemies were planning j i end whose memory a benediction. council. Mr. Gilbert,' also \is one of nothing in its place. Whit does it
r To overthrow the rhymes of--Canning, i 4 0 : a. m.-Sunday school. the old-timers in Ki simrnee,- and had all mean ? And so they follow his SHANGHAIEI '.;:

M "Give me the erect, the avowed the 0400444404444444044 10:00: a. m.-Mens bible class felt that he had served the city for ---- -- ,
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manly foe !/ taught by Mr. Putnam. a long-enough period; but at the instigation '

r Bold I can meet him; perhaps may' BITS OF GOOD ADVICEThe 11:00 a. m. Preaching by the pas of his friends\ and their 4444000004440;
turn his blow. I tor. Theme: "Feast of the Passion." many arguments consented to an-
:But of all the Blagues good} heaven wise commercial secretary 3:00 m.-Junior League. nounce himself a. the short-term can
; thy wrath can send. knows that the best picking is wherehe 6:00 p.p. m-Senior League devo- didate. -'.
Save, save, oh, sovs: me,,from\a candid does the most scratching. tional exercise. There seems to be no grand rush 50 BEARING ORANGE TREES .
s R' friend." Seldom have I found an athleticman 7:30: p. m.-Preaching -by the for the position of clerk or treasurerof
J r i strong enough to serve on a I tor. Theme: "The World For Christ.P3ll- the city J. It. Gilbert naturally '
: :And now 'a man of heaven endowed standing committee. 3:00 p. m.-Monday. Woman' Mis- drifts into the place of the former, 1A
'- To read humanity-yet some allowed Just as soon as a man gets famousa ,i onary Society. and J. Z. Roberson does a fifty-fifty
d 1> Him evil,-and made plans to widen lot of fellows bob up who used to 3:30 p. Wednesday. Children's with him in drifting toward the lat- Seven Room House Modern Conveniences ;:

c' Each,shadow in the life of -Dryden. smoke maple-leaf cigars with him. story hour. ter. No one mention/ them when it .

l ', ''None, none descen-ls into himself to The reason woman's clubs are more 7:30 p. m.-Tuesday. Board of comes to voting-ttiey never ask the .
find active than those of the men is that stewards meets. support of anyone-tts vote each receives Brick Street

c 'The' secret imperfection's of the mind, talk never delays anything else a wo 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer Is merely totalized as a per- xB
But every one is eagle-eyed to see man is going to do. meeting. functory preceding--and it has been '

+ Another's fault and his deformity." A mollycoddle is the man who in. 7:30 m.-Fricay. Teachejr train- frequently asserted that it is seldom _

'Ji variably goes to the movie the nightthesommercial ing class.p. . ______ that either of- .them- -tni- .k-.. -to--vote- for 1$4.300.00 -- u :
L'
r' The lastLtowitne.ain the-name of one club_ meets 3:00: --p. m.Sunday.. Sermon at himself :
Though poor in childhood was outclassed You have not failed in life until Shingle Creek. --
-t .by nore.He you are dead.-Found Floating. JJl BATTERIES FOR TOUR FORD f
All tourists! and all'me people
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grows .on.qe'with every passingyear 'are_cordlQlyr l1y1tedto! attend all the' F. A. NAVE
,-*- Shake- Talked Like a DutchUncle'"My services of this church:- - --- list pricey $25; liberal _allowaace for 1
.
For, I,am sure- you recognize. your old battery. Osce la Motor i :

-; ,.peare.o father is a physician and, i First Baptist Church Company, authorized dealer. Kisoim- Baak of DsceoU County Building;I Kissimmee i Florida
"Through tattered clothes small vices naturally I was 'opposed to all patent mee. 112tIN

.do appear medicine. So when a friend told Rev. J. A. Sutton P'1 D., Pastor.. s14a'IauD IAY KIlJlI'II'II1':1OENJOYABLE ' : 044440040004440440 'f'<"
Robesand fur'd garments hide all. me to try Mayr's Wonderful Remedy .OOOtoo..ooo..ooooooo oo.t.ooO

. Plate sin with gold. for my stomach trouble, I laughed at All are welcome to the following PICNIC -- 4/-. '
r. And the lance of hurt- services at the .church-house on Sun-
Btrontr
justice htm.
Some months later after my
O.tO.OO .Ot.
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less falls father told me_he had used; All known day (Continued from Pag.On.) OO.O.O..t'o..o..o..o. 4j4
9:45 school. L.
Arm it inra."A' straw : a. m.-Sunday S.
pigmy's remedies
{ in my case, I met friend t
my
,d th"plerce; it.? again and he talked to like Lupfer, Jr., superintendent Classes following the singing' of the closing -
me a .
for all ages. Join the pastor's class. hymn. Women 1''
Dutch uncle and Must
finally induced to ; Register
me
.
Prior to adjournment Eng-
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i . So:the greatest of our trouble try it. All my symptoms have now 730p.: m.-Sermon by the pastor.
land elected ? of the
Is'the standard we call double 4s Followed by the Lord's Supper. was : president .'
disappeared. It a simple, harm.
club for the term.
6:30: p m.-B. Y. P. U. and serv ensuing
Nothing rare and' nothing fair,..as less preparation that removes the ice. The evening hours were' spent -tt
you can see. eatarrhal mucus from the intestinal '
Man and man must still be brothers, tract and allays the inflammation 7:30: p. m.-Sermon by the pastor the Graystone where the diningroom If aulVoteIT I I;
both They
for
-- Theme will be: "Religion-True and was tendered! for a dance
Though they're born ,of different I which! causes practical all stomach, .
.' mothers. liver False," or tM Old and New Theology. old and young-with some excellent
r and, intestinal ailments Includ-
,, Thia. is the standard. of the, "Man of ing appendicitis.' One dose' will, convince 7:80: p. m. -;=" Wednesday. Prayer music.the regular'Thus every residents tourist-made-and a maayOf full . ,:
meeting.
GalUejt g" or money refunded. J. Z. Rob- '
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it.
of
So the poet"and philosopher erson, and druggists everywhere. Free seats and a welcome to day f
: The, truthful. and .the gossiper, strangers as well as those who be. \
.
Should all SCHOOL ROLL long here. If you bejch up ltter.ta.tillrliquid.
agreea suffer,front l heartbgnraadsour WILL BE NECESSARY FOR ALL WOMEN WHO
,
;The' musician- and logician. Rev. W. E. Murphey is holding a
FOR THE SIXTH MONTH 7
good series of meetings at the Second l stomach, you nee<"the tonic proper
1
Politician and.patrie\an\
All Baptist church. ties of Herbine. Tt )I. a purifying. andstrengthenlnA' WISH TO PARTICIPATE IN THE. PRIMARY ELECTION .... ii
can see.- First Grade Barton Murphy, L.
A church of the bible and for the medicine far the stora- *
4, y." : ....J. R. Tyson Edgar Tyner, Ruth Dey- people. ach liver and bowels. Price (G;0(:. TO BE HELD IN JUNE TO REGISTER REGARDLESSOF ,
>1"1 FORDPARTS'. or o. Edna Floyd Emma Millard, Sold by J. Z. Roberso- ** 'j
ail . ._ Kathryn Smith Leolin McCuIIough Christ's Church THE FACT THAT THEY MAY HAVE REGISTERED .i
'and Ford labor prices'! are both reduced Starke Frierson, Susie Bratton- Joe TRIBUTE TO WILSON

In''price Bring In your car Bertie Gallagher Betty Newby, Gladys (Pentecostal) FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION IN 1920. DO NOT .- t
and let us put It'first-class/ condition. Pope, Rosalie Carr. Corner Brack and Oak Streets (Continued, from Pan One)

.. All repair'' work ia guaranteed. Second Grade: Cecil McLaughlin, R. D. Walker-, Minister. whether it is God. the Monroe Doc- DELAY. BUT REGISTER NOW. FORGETFULNESS
Osceola Motor Company, authorized 4 Cecil Alvey, Cecil Bass, Martin Chit- Rear of Church. Phone 326 trine, or President Wilson; but he "
dealer, Kissimmee.' ll-2t wood James Chit wood, Elizabeth Parsonage has something in his eye." Yes Wil MAY LOSE YOUR VOTE. '

M Deyoreo, Bernice Mr Far land, Lorena son's place was by the dead soldier,
HEL'D'FOR RANS Phillips Dosia Stokes, Thelma Yates 10:00: a. m.-Sunday school. International and the people knew it, and told him EDGAR D. KATZ. .
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,BY, DARING BANDITS Dorothy Myers Jessie May Griffin, lesson. Classes for all ages. so by their unconscious outburst. ,-
TM, t _ Elizabeth Cotterman, Olive Brown 1100 a. m. Divine worship. Ser- Woodrow Wilson means somethingto Supervisor of Registration. a

Pe 'n.'Hughes' gave herself up for Edna Barclay Margaret Pope, Morris mon. Special bible teaching{;. I, the people of the United States; x :

lost when ,the' chief refused to let I Lee Yowell H. J. Nave Lloyd I 7:00: p. m.-Divine worship. Evangelistic something profound, something they OOO.OOOOO..tooo.t..t............
',
Message. Inspirational Sing-
L' her go after receiving the money and' :McCuIIough John Muller Rene Led- cannot forget. People think of him .
s- Mending the ,messages back to the' 'better, Alvin Ovarstreet! Howard ing. now as a man who was behind the Inspiration --
border under, guard. But the discard-I Watson, Randolph Martin Morrill' 7:30: p. m.-Thursday. Praise. Tee of their greatest moments; -
.aid sweetheart of the brigand did not 1 Butts.< I timony. Preaching. who stirred them to a fresh understanding .
propose to allow, a new queen to be.. Third Grade; Lucile Minx\ Frances Everyboclr.cordially; invited" to all 'I of the meaning: of words
installed and planned 'vengence upon i'Young Mary Barclay, Emma. Wood- services. 'Come. "Pray.' t "Be. ,', that had become mere patter on many "M ;i\.F; : ;
-her r-falthless ver:What that venI I all, Susie Mae Stailings May Lang. lieve. tongues-"democracy," "union. Farmers Bank kl-j

gence was is pictured in "Fightin' ;, j Benita Cooper Beatrice Yoder Ruth Holy Redeemer Church-Catholic He made them realities( personal
lkemond'Productions for William Yates Elizabeth Bass Mary Frances deep-showed then as the reason of
r' t '. which will be :'Smith Sadie Alvey, Lois Whidden Rev. W. B. Golden, Pastor all that is t?' shown .Saturday, March 11, at the :Margaret Whidden Mildred Is hopeful in our future!, the working of Kissimmee t
,' Casino.: Leslie Joiner Bill Tindall, Vorkan First Sunday of Lent. basis on which man may strive to/lib
f'\ DAY I'Phillips, Eugene Simmons Edward Mass and lloly Communion eight erty of soul and peaceful achievment.! ,
.u *BBI.; lit KIS8IMMKFJ Partin. Matthew Davis' Billie Partin. o'clock. He made them literally things to die 4

HELD PLEASANT Jack Tyree Rodney Carr& Charles Epistle: II. Cor. VI. 110. for, lifting all of our plain, humble INVITES BUSINESS FROM EVERY i
t REUNION Grantham Frances May, Rosa Lee Gospel: Matt. IV. 111. thousands who never knew applause
1,' Just' prior to' the departure of Phil Gainious Mamie Watson. Then Jesus was lead by the Spirit .or wealth or.the honor of office into BUSINESS MAN I IN KISSIMMEE

Bandy for his home in Pueblo. Colorado Fourth Grade: Percy Myers. William into the desert to be tempted by the the ranks of those who are willing to ,,
,' and the departure:: of Mrs. M. Lang, Hampton Bowen Clifford devil.And when He had fasted for. die for/an ideal-the highest plane N .
Asdlale,. for her home in Birming Fertic Murray Tison, Lloyd Bass ty days and forty nights, afterwards, that humans reach. 1
ham.,there was,a family reunion of I' John Stewart Raymond Dayson, Robert He was hungry. People are thinking, ales of his \ I e
Mach Harry Dale Johnnie DrlgI Mass and morning prayer on weekdays work In that after-war period when .'
l' ,the Bandy_family! at the home of the I ._
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,r mother Mrs., ,MC of I IIll'rs. Lola Peaks Alice: Bass Hasel until Easter Sunday, at elht. the hate, revenge, and bitterness that '
Bandy 409
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> "j herry-4treetr.-eastr'-present 1 1at Miller,.&Iarle> -Me Parian-, 'Raymond o'clock- war-has loosened have none of the restraints very Precaution Within B Banking Pow"ii Is T .ken 8' -
"' -'. .-the affair were Lee Bandy and ]I I r Myers, Texas Lanier Matilda Delta, Memorial services or "Way of the that war Compels, and we ,
r1 family, .of' Orlando. C. L. Bandy, of Alvie Hubbard, Earnest Alman, 01- Cross," on Fridays at four o'clock must by reason and good, will and '

f.to .Klsslmmee and Miss Mattie Bandy, I liver Carson, Lindsey Driggers, Haley throughout Lent. patience! restore our controls-that Protect Our Patrons -
1 ,also, of this, city. The affair was a 1 Duke Joseph Jeffords, James Earle Sunday, school at 8:45: o'clock. terrible period we-rpeak of as recon' ...'
Lupfer Earl Russell Frances A. Tress teacher.' he kindled -
V i Remington struction. There too en
jovial one.
"L 1\, Swain. thusiasms. "Now" he said "let us do .......,
'A:i' RORDD'AY. "ATIIHIH.\". Mu 'n 1111a. Fifth Grade: Eva Tindall Eliza- SKU rORD DAY iM KlgSHMMBK: what men have long dreamed-give "
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beth SteffeeGladys Wellington Le its chance down \ ,I"
The name Confnsclous Is the Romanized to each people cut
V Verte Bass, Henry Bratton, Bruce form of the Chinese K'ung the foolish barriers of trade, limit I .1
w v .7 !slue a1DYa i Denman. our armaments enter into a union ot .. i '
.
fps Tess..Chlcks ... OFFICERS
WODYri4tJ11 ; _
Sixth Grader Sara Duke, Josephine J all ,nations pledged to co-operate andThe'peoples ,
) Griffin Ethel Joiner, Evelyn ., F,.. P..W'.StedE. .ee. J. M.-WILLSON.. President LEWIS O'BRYAN., First Vice-Pre.ideM
ACN: Poulk,, Cassie Partin, Bonnie Sim. \ of the earth rallied tohis .
as mon..: Ruth Straub 'Virginia Sigler, '. Full of pep. Baby''ccks.. World- plan.... pledged *themselves. And R. G. MINICK, Second Vice-President, r ''f'

Enoch Herxberg, John T. Lesley Tyrell renowned Imperial Kinglet -- Barred then the loosed passions began their #
1A',. e ,Owen Donald. Walker, Stanley: 8& and on him Those who wanted QJIi: .
..?m Plymouth Rocka- > 25c. Single war peace -. DIRECTORS ,,
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gym Chapman.i./1 i and rosecombWhite Leghorns" and and b.Hev.J;f it May I thoM who bated .. I '

',-" '" The Rhode bland,' Reds-25c.--,,Custom peace and believed It InrpossibUs those DR.C'I: D CHRIST J. M. WILLSON LEWIS O'BRVAN: '
Wakamba' tribe of Africa has .
batching per egg 6e. Order: now. who envied his'place+ differed:with J t &; G. MINICK. !
4tq teeth *'sharpened' to. be'abli to eat Get year chick before the hot..th. his Judgments,'.failed. of,.hi*' hYOl'- _. "'- --R: E.'GRABEU; "
their raw mat.. .. . and III&ny'mon.'Jolned in an at- ." '
toes .
The and lOc Store
MARc er. People'6 .
Is ,, a,. 14. .KB'.FORD, DAY IN KISBIMIIKH' ,Broadway.'i, /-':Ie tack,such,as few.men. have ever, ,faced: ,
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.. 'THE KISSIMMEEVALLEY* '':CAZ EnE."+ FRIDAY,MARCH ,3, rIm 1\. .". .,..


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NEW' YORK'S'BR.ADLINE'! :' 'I' Certainty*Have' A: -I-.U! Turtle 'lI bit' Increased FORSALf!'"' .:-, fRfALB,
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The, dentists of Florida have now Within the space of fifteen minute,

New York City-One, thousand TAPPING THE *THOOGHT TANK joined the national association ofmolar'mecbanlcan. following a slight rain seventeen automobiles CASH ONLY! l

"4oughnutsand coffeesm 'day to .. Their watchwordwill turned over and fell off the
feed thejoblea, and homeless x-sol- probably bei "Let us all pull togetherl" paved road near Oldsnaar. That stretchis My home. Northwest comer -'lOOx '

Her In the growing' bread-line at ByTHORN' I termed the "Memorial Highway"* I&Ofeet lot., White bungalow. TWO: r

Saint. Marks in-the-Bowry New -: I *. and I feelsure that It.,Is correctly largeclothesclosets.. Cement walk;

'York, are being implied'toy a single :" Would It Be Possible > named! deep flowing welL Land set to fruit
post of the American Legion,. during I"Our Boardinghquse' Cry- 4 Poor Ignorant AnJomoblles. I've often
" each! day and night. The unfortunate I "Dog-gone! WeinerWurst again? If autos had the sense of the old- anything out of the way for Luther Simply pure RecklessnessItmay : Taxes paid. Reason for soiling

.> fen1' sleep In" the church._ I fashioned horse there'would be many Burbank to cross a phonograph record be worth it to some folks, death In family, Bungalow too' large
But Job I. Dead les." atalitie.. day. I remember with a yellow dog so th' durned but when 1 pull four\ twenty- ve cent for me.
: .KW: WHtn-nAV I* KIHBIMMKPlleathce every canine could whine and bark accord. clears out of right-hand coat Call at 1004 Mabbette Street.
,
I'tt ." ... ._ Man from Chicago is taking up collections when a horse would shy at a'lo- my
-in Clearwater telling th" comotlve.. InK to, scale. pocket after I've been out on a Joyride Kiaiimmee.
olks about Job biblical tir.Ub. W.iutTH't *' III. * -and those .smokes are ground
'' S Should Keep Their Word so. flak y> that 'they'll run throughftnemesh .* MRS., IDA BROUGHTON._,
I ,- tc' sea ,ia a: ihoto of Ui. buUs Ohloan Was Going& Some ,
":"' just tQ"M4 :'f I haven't had some I don't know -vhat brand those Drove over Orlando last Sunday screen-it seems to me I've
'CASINO ..... . Ohio folks down with because an advertisement one of paid far too dearly for my pleasure.t'seem. .
bigger 0" bring 'emnd'( v. r.; KRisna w. a, BTBKD!
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their local said the Bluebird to mthat of the
'* # it is a fact that they, must brine it i papers party second -
F Jumping On To Thomas because it io" jast eiwply WUffia Shop: had freshly mode potato part ought to be willing.. to go fiftvftf.ty..on KRIBBS A: STEEDAlter.

.. The Louisville Courier-Journal! dubs to < obtain any of it of any chips "every daTV durn bum : the loss. .. 1-.1" Law'NI.lr.e.
.. -. Imp08sibl'j little shop ,was linked tlghtcr'n pinfeathers - .0 * *, ad : at
Florida .
,! i Senator Tom Watson- "The wild ass but over in FI.rhla
.. -: Carries back to'' burg-a Dayton man named end if- it hadn't been sonear Every Little Bit Helps ?' .. . . .
.r < the..senate. ? me Lent I'd ';a-'oat my standing! in notice that a widow Jacksonville 8e..1 ... r all !( !. adUnited
'tIe accumulated
,, a zigjag, states Vmurtm.- traE
biblical times. It may be remembered so>> police
the church. whose .
Episcopal That's' whatI husband 'was killed
-- -- : and into ..
& het-Ii.laam ones-'o mouth"randthe say, ran numerous cars
WfDNfSDAYCMQRCH "ITYfoTlfrhout-the. -dam calf a mean...trick.. : YaSJSUm.. through ; city
T3BinJrthnnto ,
1' results'were' somewhat a considerable extent. Then ho NIt ilil has bee'waa- "|l$, 60T ;yohh.Tonn----" U.','T. 'QAm4AT
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direful. '-
Tickles Me As a result, she will receive the'urua' JOHNSTON
* wound up his crimson carnival by ;; Really' & GARRETTATTORNEYS.AT.YAW
putting the entire electric service out J Morethan thirty gambling houses flfty-flfty split-which will make her. 6
Where Wood Sells Cow i:
of commission till the trouble man I! all playing wide-open games have I without doubt a merry widow; and
H In Perry, Taylor county, a two- could fix !it. l.can... where hell get been done gone and busted since the there's many a wife in the countrywho'd )fflees: ,..10, 11 and Uo'}' Osceola BanJ
hoi'le delivered
load ol millwood is
I at least "two dolls and cost." The 'first of the year-with liabilities immense be tickled to death to disposeof Building '
threedollars the
to the -houBo for : ; Her encumbrance' '
bible tells of a jot and title but this and assets very conservative on the lama
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size load of'.plit housewoodgoes icrsslMMEia!: FLORIDA
same .." terms anJ figures.-$5,250 net. 1
houses
was a case whero tittle took the jot 'our more brokerage hove .
.T fQuL-ptunk; _and_for four -somewhat unawares.Yassum.. just closed in New York. I like to * *
.plu i1i-:.and four bits one may havea *' * read of 'urn. Some of-the feiiows get Some Sarcasm There: J. W.: THOMPSONFunera1.Director
ea
wi' two-horse load of Ant ttovewood, .A to Osceolaof
Nonsense e To Attempt It indicted- and some get a big' bank young man came
dchVered at the home right off the Says the Clearwater' Sun account. If the hypothetical hootch- PhilafJo'phia:! was much taken"

bat. None wood have lower prices. Kissing has'been. barred: in hounds and the dear old worn.1f" who county from a point' in the vicinity : '
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.. a bit of property at which he looked.THion' .
Chicago railroad statlos dislike the odor .of and 'the
;
T. With says Crareta.: '' he wrotehit "sweetum-tweets" AND
Played Business the Tampa Tribune. We fanatical New ' who wish ,
Old Bill Rood told me why it was don't' believe itbrother.. to sleep all day Sunday would devote back home: "Have just put my foot
that-YK>t 'So very long ago an editorof That's something that can't but half their wasting -ene fg nJ\'tCJ"< n th""ftrI .. .tv..-"'Y'Un hla Bettlo .- LICENSED=EMBALMER .

a country paper in New Jersey, be "barred" like working for the suppression and total of the state."' As soon as the mail
-Just liquor. _
took an extended vacation. He was The Sun is correct. It Is just as abolition-of the stock exchanges, in1 I could bring it he received a postcard Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave.

writing of the magnificent gardenand natural a. it is for the glistening : all the great cities jwst that much treat his girl which read: "Better get JCISSIMMBB. FLORIDA
vine-covered porch of the leading diamonds of dew to 'cling .to the sooner would things get-hack: to nor. i\vc more and put the other foot on

Jcy.*:; widow in the city and his closing glades' of grass till the sun shines mal conditions.' Tho"" whole thins! is it!I" J ,

Ctol B DWHUleSiturday P+e.e.. paragraph read: "Mrs. Justine out with brightness over the a confidence game-just about as legitimate r
rown'9 considered the proceedings Yes WhyThe "Gue.ti?" Robert Reidel Co. rNOVELTYWORKS
N> plantsare ; as naturaUas for the beautiful as the fake horseracinggames -
attractive to be found in the The Miami Herald and the
most Saint
5" A Ihramouot bht't flamevine fo toss out its Invitation : wnich are *n popular among .
entire county. That would have I t for the honey-gatherer to the visitors from the north. Augustine Record discussing as to "
been all right but th' DurnedphuleHnotyper his wild flight and spend 'a pausein the advisability of calling the people -.
left out the "1" and the moment who from the north and
so' Ako Two Reel Comedy I there; as natural as for the ,I Well Bill' Dead Anyway come
idiotic proof-reader never caught it fair blossoms of the southern flowers '' That motion-picture director. W. D west to spend the winter in Florida [
VYHENTHEWHALEWASJONAHED _until after the full issue had been "tourists" or "visitors." It
I I and plants to send forth their lovely I' Taylor, found dead at Lps Angeles. really -
out.F4)RD | makes but slight din. What I'm
a
run odors ,, '
to intensify -the joys of th. ev. is still dead, according to all reports.
anxious know is
1 AV. XATIHHVV. 'KIAMCll 1> ening strollers. And any terminalVnllurdW ,'But there seems to .be a sort of mix- ;why newspapers
:I .+.4-Inn 4Vi..+ ar 1 4 A e>n in the he! l left this suffering I continue to publish amen of board- -
'- oar are up way
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have: the practice; should A Saint Petersburg{ era at thousands of hotels and style '.
; suppressed! i t I vole of tears. "
them ? is
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"guests A not
.. 'be shunned by every sane person Times writer has collated some of to the guest with whom expected HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY.: .ALL
frequenting the cushioned seats. I the opinions of headline slushers regarding pay people
thank you! the manner of the man's demise I, he is staving any sum of money-but INTERIOR FINISI WINDOW AND'
I if these "guests" at the hotels didn'tjdig
*" and here is a portion of the
JI'r / !i and they'd surely DOOR WINDOW ,AND
plank doym FRAMES
p suggestions that have been made: up
Your'Hosiery! Your Hosiery!
be a guest in the county jail. It's "
It has very recently "Taylor Was Shot\ by Holdup Man""Jealous fall i i right to say certain folks are registered DOOR SCREENS
Rival Murdered Taylor.
: Been called to my attention i, at the "Hotel Paws a Lyin,"
Shot Protecting Nor-
Through scmo fashion magazines "Taylor
I or sompin like that-but why the -
'Which I carelessly permitted myselfTo mand. r "
"quests? I thank
: you.
('\ MIRROLACBring glance over and about- I "Police Say Man Was Surely. Mur- * *
Merely\ to kill time dered." I'D Say Ih Was Phone 216 For Estimate. Darlington

I i That a very late innovation "Police" Sure Woman Did the- Mur- In Perry, according to the IlernM, and Halsey Streets,. Kisslrnmee'

Regarding fine silken hosiery. der. there in one man who advertises Ju-
Worn by the flipper flappers "Taylor Assassin Hired by Wo-
! | diciously and cleverly. Under the
Back Your An well ns by the flappcrinos, man. display head -he carries in large let
,
.!- Is "Prominent Movie Magnate FiredShot" Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 7 to 9
regarded as' a great novelty. I tern, his slogan: "We are anxious to p.m; p.m._

__. Honeymoon Home"c Is If not the young engaged attractive woman "Man in China Fired the Fatal | please you." Then from a perusal of KISSIWMEE '
.. !i his announcement! we loam that he f u
1"" ". A Mt1Li1TUDEotunspprect- But is very willing to be- Shot.. 1 is carrying a large stock of dry goods *
Was the' Real
"Former Employe
She
wears her first initial I and farm lie and BUSINESS COLLEGE(
sled things in your home that Embroidered in attractive colors Murderer." . Implement buys
once were lovely, are Mill underneath Fired sells produce, handles coffins, alas
r Actress
Upon 'the instep of het, right ''Authorities Agree Merchants and
.. then scratched WOI'1aurf e., as > Shot." rottonJ' find groceries. If the feed Farmers y Dank
And her final '
F- beautiful ant useful as ev.rU ,- initialFixedintheaanpeway .___ "Man Concealed in Desk. Drawer stuffs he sells are not all to the good Building, Kisstmmee.. .Florida
- ? -will- handsomecaske .
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Fired Sh'ot"Prosecutor;
All they need to make them new Upon her left instep; those not puffeckly satisfied-.anc -
Sea But Not Sea- .
But if she At '
again U the lustrous glow the gloaming engaged direct the funeral. R. H. Vereen ayll '
v I And feels perfectly confidentOf sick. JAMBS D.M cOLA8HAN '
about the Principal
sparkle and the rich color thatIs "Well-Known Comedian Surely the nothing preparing grave
finally securing her catch.
in every can of Dovor Mirrolac.\ One." furnishing the hearse but I'm Commercial ly apart men.C
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Her right instep boars In colors Guilty ,
bCttlnfthreetoone that
three
Mirrolac come In all wood tones and I The initial of her surname "Police Say Female. Blackmailer- hours' notice he'd see that, at C.'I4y11u4:4

In many. anktlc.;effective enamel l cpl-\ I! And her I left will proudly\ carry Fired Shot. out there and inthere. at you a were JIBS .

j -' on.Easily applied.. Extremely durable. i: The Of her initial prospective of the surname husband. Guilty."Police'Believe" Male Blackmailer !: figure. verymodest ; 8r. o..r phi"'ari.rrrp.w'r1l1;; *' ;,1"1 I'f

Devoe Products are tIme-tested and) ta Still even if in ,style, "Murderer, a Film Actress About. Cold settled in the muscles of the

pryven.back bY''the 168yur.'experi- Some are refusing to be branded to Confess." neck, .arms Pr shoulder makes every ,iA.r"'filV-: \\ltl ,
$' -- erkvdtheoldestpaintmanufacturing. Because of excess publicity, ., "Police Will Have Guilty Chauffeur movement painful. Use Ballard'a Special! .Instruction >in i Secretarial
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1 concern, in the U.s. Founded 175.... But how would this plan by'Nlght:' ,"' ; 'Snow Liniment. It relieves the pun Work:! ,:;; . *

Work! on a grass'widow? "Prominent'Manicure'Probably, Did"Lingerie'1 and relaxes the muscles.. Three sizes, ,YA. ft: ;"", "
I Would she wear the right one Murder". '','\ l e y,, .,h '_'_,_j,,;-' hOc-6Oe-and '1.2I. Sold, by J. Z. q;. .I th1kko+. .
W. B. MAKINSON' CO. Dealer* :the . .
Sought as _
According top the (schedule '" ; Roberson. " "" '"a.' '''''' J' .
i And on the left instep '':- Murderer." -
Peddler Murdered *KH FOnD DAY IN: KI"sun.IO' .
Lines Lies Wear the initial of her lawyer? "Lady Dope v.
tutrnfull Or merely emboss "a dollar sign Taylor.
N' Pa Carried ,1 Carried To indicate she was still Simply a case of "you pays your

?! 1 Here Here ('.Continuing draw alimony? money an' you takes your choice. BASSCON'STRU
WWIuulWL Possibly a question mark But all these things help fill the col- .1-L THE FORUM I

t Might keep all of 'em puzzled. umns of the daily press. Oh. hum,
Yassimn. awful warm weather we are having CWPANV:

f' I thank you. :now, don't you think T ;
_, Manager or Council Which? \ .
R4. KKtr. KrtHO 1>4Y IN lltl> I)*\'. HATI HI "1'. MAlint IK

- -- -- --KISAI\IMRF'- -- \ i Editor of The 'Gazette:
"T I "For forms of government let fools PHONE ,117Practical '\ I

i' contest; ',
.
. j Whnte'r! is best alminlstereif, Is '

i; A $50 RING SIDE; SEAT FOR 5O CENTSTHE j The best.above" quotation'came to my and Builders kJContractors

; mind on reading the suggestion in ( .

'. ] The Gazette" last weep that "three -Or ... -
MOST MARVELOUS SPORTING l commissioners whom every
one has confidence, should be elected
"..-- __. __ =' EVENT IN HISTORY, NOW TO BE SEEN to serve for one dollar per year." Structures V f.AII, Kinds ./ A

i: IN FLORID* FOR THE FIRST TIME I "It Is to laugh." -' .
If three cannot be induced
supermen -
" JERSEY CITY BROUGHT TO KISSIMMEEDempseyCarpentier to be on'the council, by what WOOD,, BRICK, STONE, ;STEEL,

Itl: means could they persuaded to be STUCCO'

1 commissioners? .
: I thiQk it was Elbert Hubbard who -'

,;. h. ro'0k, remarked: "Everyone is mentally lazy Pajntiif, Tinting,, 'P4per.H: Ii I
Af? ; they will not think" -and, undoubtedly -
the charter, which was attempted Everything in Uie )Bniloiif Lice.

"! SE>> :E: A _4 to be foisted on Kissimmee, '

'- t CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING CONTEST some time ago has created prejudice N. F. BASS JACK BASS .
; against the whole form "
rx, manager 322 Royal SL 515 Av4.:
Sprode
which will considerabletime
;; 1111'7 klw. trektatbe .are aw If 7.. require a
w... I. a N8 mimt tm Jrnr I'ltf. and educative effort to remove,
:...r. The _kl.I_... ....d ..... _... t......_- before an election on a new charter .
'*..kl. ._.Ir left An..1
,, with but
could meet the
t Tk* llf. .ff bill\ f.mi*. .... mm* the ........... result any the first same That catastrophic -
.". tk 4r tnlmlf* rm_fttlThdr as
I 1 I
. private trulula ....... sad th. .lfferrae was about 245 to 24, wasn't Itt rtHERE'S -
Im tkelv '_....1 Meanwhile it is well to reflect LUMBER

p dARPENTI6q! ".. W...... M..." ... ,.. that neither council or manager can
a __....,.. ./b Kay IU'ler." .. the nab. ; create Income. Taxes are the incomeof
; Ita aster ..w tbesl s fY Before placing order forIumbert ',
and if the
a city municipalitycannot your
T. blewe.t __. ..... aatber.d t.s.eaee eohect its taxes if mouldings, shingles,',. lath, rI
-...- pe.plet .......-1 ; some may
I" Hew t.... tw._..... .we war shirk while_others tnust work; the send us ,.our'''list. ,i!' t14)

....,.....?-. .. ..".I, . ,.........__...-....._w.I1- perfectl------ form .of government.wouldmakel for' low estimate. __ Our. prices are '
.. .._ Iittlidiference-for charter-couu 'ri ht-kJ'ade.-pa.i'aDtead-aD.
, Tfc **mmr .t. fttmmmt fr all ever no ,
;t Ute __., convey power outside of state laws,or make deliveries, promptly, ,
TN ffmmlt .t a. rmmtfrmm-mm* tm* slew __ greater than is now possessed by .t
... k
r / U. mat, -AND- the council; which bring us back to The Perry Lumberompaoj' '

"' the vii: "Whate'er ia best .
a See tk. M.cla-Diacu. Fatal "Kaockont" beglnnlng1 la best.
PERRY FLORIDA
'
It "t, .. a Paaca-..nd Decide f Yawtelf: Wkm !ice". .J.l.i :. ;.: ,,' Toremove the prejudice createdby v ,1 ,
the former charter it > '
L.....-FIVE REELS OF TREMENDOUS \.: ;'" ,!I "-ti>I',.. ':' ,. would be well to attempted have a new charter -" a i may'

tR INTEREST AND 'TERRIFIC',ACTION I 't "" .'' prepared in time to let the voters understand 'SUGGESTION ,-

/ it-and convince themselves TO THE WOMAN'S. cl.uix'1
ri' \ that this -iime then were) to be no' t., ._. 1

C.pdauI.s. 3 p. a. to 11 p. n. SPECIAL PRICES i1 .Jokers. concealed >therein.INTERESTED. :Upon aauming' office .as..t.aror-.

& Haw C. Far VOTER.For .. Iof Magnetic Spring, "Ohio. -Mrsi
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: Saw, Starts-a* A : 4THURSDAYfRTpAYlMASCH I N. 0 'I'WI.Edraenliaarr t
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McFadden '
eighty
et" 'EVERY HOUR: ,* Pktue'' rapid heaUng', err nothing Mary immediatelr announced. aged that at.year every n, e


ray* . ,Last';Skaw Starts 4.- ; : : ('.9'and'ld,1 'ALL"W rs 50c1.( ; : /leabv quickly like Uquid, heal no' Boroson8.time cuts.'is.burns lost..1 t.yr from mends. sores.work.torn; to nut meeUng servev-and at>of;'coffe bar'' the own eotmefl to i,upenei'all members sh.. 'dough would. af*' -,' ".

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:". Price, 80c, COc, and. .$L20. Sold by .the council .i incentlva for 100
i eeItAYCNau ,
. $a Roberson, : ". ' -: .
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",' 'ftr !' ") cent attendana.Tip .ftnt.ttae'. . ..

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.e r, FOUR .. THE K1SS1MMEE VALLEY CAZETr E.,: FRIDAY, MARCH, 1922K1SSIMHEE


: FLORIDA'S. FIRST REPUBLICAN DAILY' BRIEF ITEMS. GATHERED' ,
GAZETTE
E
VALLEY FROM OVER THE STATE 111I10 y I

'. THAT Florida hat felt .the need for year of-a high- Ben D. Atkisson-, cashier of the:

t PUBLISHED EVEnT FRIDAY -class thoroughly republican daily i is conceded by demo-' Bank of Fellsmere, badly mutilated -
, BY THR KISSlftMKH VALLEY GAZETTE "OWPANT crate and republican 'alike and the advent of the post qyhila trying; to board a northboundtrain ==

KISaiMMEK.. FLORIDA of Winter Park, with its one hundred and twenty pages.was : at Sebastian at. midnight last -= '.
Thursday, died the following day at
W, 9. HAItlUS. President a wonderful piece journalism.. It was also well hospital in Saint Augustine. He -

( .'", E. (). VANS. AGNEW, .Secretary received by ,the press of the stale--K; >nly words of praise attempted to board the train from
'a' W. I* THOnNUTKB- Edl,/2 paving been given the projector of the enterprise.-.which the closed side-his body was not

,.tR9.IU..OY! : ".HATES /0,). appear tobe capitalized to a sufficient extent that its discovered until several hours later. I
One Copy, (\11. Year. .._..rMe _....._.. .._ ..___ .... .J."a I plant is said! to be wonderful exposition of the printers While1' attempting'" a double parachute E
f Nix Monlha.___.._..__.._:.____.........._ 1.0< ;
( Copy
One (:op'. Three MQnth"u"'_______.____ ._.._._. ._. .bl: .art- Subsequent issues have been kept up to the stand drop from ajhsight of ubout
( ard-and it maybe said that the paper i is the-first to be three thousand feet, last Frilny atCarlatrom
.Kla.lmmeer'/Flortda . .
toffW .
tsntertd'at Po at KJ
the
y ( Field, Robert C, Wash-
'> . a. >-ond-cl.M matter.) / received in this city on the day of the publication.There
bum of Lansing, Michigan, was
All communication rxcrt from authorized" correspondent appears to be arable; corps' of assistants in the several killed...:making the iiecond death at
mu l b. aligned by lb. writer. lines=;and matter have now commenced to run smoothly that'point within a week. Carlatrom
R.-)"gted mater will, b. returned If culled (or, for the PostHowever. Field has been a graveyard since its
.
The Gazette would first' Installation. There have been /
mildly suggest that ;:::: ...
.I of horrible accidentsnot ,.
numerous COMB
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k ., THEAMERICANPRE3SA33OCIATION no friend will be made for a publication, no matter how -- fatalities--and there have been =- ,- =.

welj edited or compiled: which commences its 'career byilnndering many incidents which have noL t.dundod .- :==s- -.. r'- .:... .,. ....:-=' ...
-" -- :i '- -FRIDAYrMARCH31922BIBLE : -F4ori
.. -, ,- .. .. -- spoke of" the native Floridians a* "degeneiates,. scions A. W.-Turner, of B re ward
of the former inhabitants, who were sent over 'from county, has been removed by Governor :-
Spain and England when Florida was a penal colony." Cary A, Harden;,ccnuae of,non- = '
= Such expressions strike too many sensitive chords in the fc&sance in office, and for In on1pe. ,.
IHOIIGfl [fOR IBIS WEEK[ ,
pli- : : /. breast of those who are fairminded. If the writer had tency of his: and neglect In the discharge in : -
more especially Endorse. Tfie. Bran.wick,1
thought of that sort he should have been .
wary as to connection with the confidence men = .. .. .
expressing them; and if he had thoughts that-ort-hv-,f at- Fart Lauderdaler-the-countyseatof ---, //4.=,
;.c '(. GOD'S THOUGHTS:-I know tho thoughts that I should have sought a new" field in which 'to launch a f reward county. It is f presumed How significant it js that in the homes*of great musicians i
: think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace,, of the magnitude of what he intends to.make'thePost. that this la the same gang that Jias 1 .
ami not of evil. . And ye shall seek me, and find paper. .I been operating in West Palm. ..Beachr === you almost invariably, find The Brunswick I I. Noticeable == ""
.
me, when ye shall' search-' for me with all your heart.k .- "Degenerates" i is a rough' and coarse word to use in same several crowd years which. off three and affidavit on. und affirm the-. === absence of mechanical accomplishment, in reproduction .==

i. Jeremiah: 11; 13. everyday life. If that writer had intended to imply that I were in touch with' tho senator i= is one reason. hi fidelity to true music! form i i. another.WILDER'S .

Flojidians were set in their ways-a* are the people. of and an ex-councilman.-.,...... ... ====
1 WHY NOT MAKE A TABULATION? New England -is are .the people of Oregon, the "moss- Fort Myers i t.-to soon commencethe
t backs"-as are the natives of nearly every state-the I erection of'an annex to its hotel =

", WHILE Florida stands among the few slates tHAt matter could have been handled: in a calmer and more which will )bo. eight stories in heightr STUDIOKISSIMMEE .1-. -

't'. _. are not...honrlffl_uiliich-i i.- Atly- 4o-its. credit-"no-one pleasing fashion. 'Degenerates" do not bond themselvesto Merchant in Lakeland had a row _- -
?s i, has the least idea of the aggregate of county and municipal the limit foe good roads-for schoolhouses-for pub j with,the Stetson folks because he insisted J =-

& 11.? bonds which are now outstanding. It would make lic improvements-for maintenances of the' law! Far I in selling" their seven-dollar -- --

interesting reading lo have a report on such matter from it. The "crackers"will naturally object to such a i,headcover strongly intimated for S.OS.f that The unless company the '

; h The state officers Tallahassee could no doubt, furnish description of themselves; and all other people will deplore merchant stuck to the seven plunk
t : the correct figures; 'could take the counties in alphabetical the fact that such an insult was thrust upon the j price he couldn't get any more of ita

;w' order; state the bonds issued for roads and bridges original settlers of'the.state and their descendant stock-and the :-J11orrhant told them !

by the county; the same for each special road and There i is no occasion for uttering -such.-scathing{I i[ Washington he wasgo going as];0"working. report the.under firm the to_ :

r bridge district; the same for each city and town in the terms about any class or any political party or any re-,I i trust plan to hold up the ultimate PHONOGRAPHS.. AND RECORDS
is county: and tell of the amount of bonds outstanding ligious creed as was brought out in the initial numberof I I onsumer. No later details have been ..rti -
the Post. It is fact that there has been made public. : .
against each school district; and then totalize the find a no duplication ' ' '
; ings. Then follow right along down the alphabetical of such insults in any subsequent issues$ but it will MISSIONARY MEETING d'Ne440.4000' c u o. 0-0 oo ; ; o .004040Q0408Q44048a :

t 1,, .: list .- terminating with a grand total and the average require'lime to erase that expression From the minds of '
r term for which: interest was to be paid for these bonds those who saw it and read it and considered it. If the The Woman's Missionary Society SEE THE BIO NEW LINE OF 'i
of the Christian holds ita
church
Post nod comfort 'in of the actions of the
r Residents ef Florida really would be interested in can some March meeting at 2:30 in the after e
such At the time dare venture present administration it will be right to place the details +
a report. present none noon at the residence of Mr. L. H.
'. a guess as to the total amount of bonds that have been before the public: but it would be wise to have facts'" Gedge, near the courthouse. The' SPRING GOODS i
1 l' issued ,for various propositions and improvements; and well in hand and avoid the insinuations that Floridians, provident, Mrs. S. B. Aultman> \
1 "guesses" from one hundred millions to one thousand with the exception of the editorial and mechanical force I charge of the business section and
Mrs. L. Provin the
S. has charge of
million are but vague. The public has a right to know of the Poet are degenerate "Conquering the Jungles of -At thePEOPLE'S
program -
,
t f, j jest how many million dollars are beinf paid for intereson The press of the state welcome the Post to its ranks I Africa." Mrs. T. M. Rivers,. J. G
on these outstanding bonds. Seven hundred thousand --anJ wishes it welt The press would also suggest that Waggoner and others have parts on
k r dollar in bonds were last week voted in Brevard county; 'all its utterances be conservative. the program. This is an open meeting 5c & 1 lOc STORE
far -all women of the church, .:.
with but sixteen Of the
.'to" dissenting vote. course m.ney; whether members of the society or ".
t
Will. be spent in a judicious .anner-and the needed iqi. WHY SOME ARTICLES ARE OMITTED .,I not. A huge attendance is desired.J. .
,i' ::" prevement will be made to make the county that more G. WAGGONER Paster.

valuable; at the same time counting the interest and the COLORADO IS A MECCA GINGHAMS, nice line a4 per yard! from 15c to _____________28c
WITH but moment' additional time those furnishing
t a
principal of that vote alone it means that someone will
;d-1 have to pay from oae and one-half to two million dollars items to 'any newspaper could render a wonderful Denver.' To Colorado alone 25.000 PERCALES, fine assortment of patterns, per yard'__-_______22c

,l.- before the thing is squared up. amount of aid-and also secure the insertion Jof the tubercular'ex-soldiers have migrated. ROMPER CLOTH, nice assortment per; yard _______________2Je
rat c It is wonder that in localities there is news or the story. Nearly every editor or reporter has I I Only two percent of all hospital SHEETING - -
no some a eeu9nr - .citizens; The Pepperell nalfbleathed.4per yard = .., _651 :;
-thi- anie-trouble-to- I -hm&Jlct1requeri; ty ,
"t" niioy
..Jightgrumblinrllft1"1axer.neargumenrtonhevoFftg
< detail. I American Legion is sending the SHEETING Pepperell. bleached 9-4 width, yard________7S '11III[
tern omitted from a because of lack of per
of these large amounts of bonds is that within ashort. are paper names of the service men to posts in
c: .time 'the increased values of properties of all 'sorts An item may be mailed to a paper with lh% idea of''I their home states to net up lines of MUSLIN. Bleached and Unbleached, from, per yard 15c to..25c

will have become"'so great that the millage! will be appreciably giving aid to the reporter. It may read like this: "Wil- 1 and communcation relatives. for them- with friends FINE LASTEX; for baby dresses, per yard ________ _______.25e
I liam Jones is visiting his aunt, Mr*. BrownWhat the !
lowered stuff takes nicely( with
very TISSUE GINGHAMS, tne assortment per yard 45c to______.60c -j
most wishes know js i from what city and state
the voters..,.But_the, careful student of state historywill : pape man to SHORT ITEMS OF INTERESTA :
be- unable ''to find such a result. It is an assertion comes: William Jones; if he i i. a season visitor or if it ORGANDIES, various colors, per yard ,, .........__,::.____._.SOe

dial .always:'made:-and never substantiated; but the is his .first trip; his' business in his home; the initials, of without trvative. to keep DELCO. CHAMBRAY for shirt,. per yard _..._____;;..._____.2Sc '
...
I the ..Mrs Brown where she reside street and number fresh, fruit refrigeration ', .. .
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voting of bonda'goes'on with unceasing regularity.; ;,, INDIAN I&.J.; 'e'i ;;
HEAD LINEN best ; yald :
been discovered in 'Australia. quality per ; _..: :: :. ;;; ;35aa .
and it be well also add list of other visitors '
might to .
\j.f / It i.i true that to gain merited success there must be< a Cotton of. good'lIIuality is being ;;
'" sohnn'debts contracted some money secured all, of she might be entertaining. The details could have been grown in the BelgUh Congo. TABLE DAMASK, per yard ...;-1-:;:, '..-..-e'R-- .. ._ __ .\ .
I .
.' f'" which muit 'returned together with the interest; ands given by less than oae minutes* added work-and would Seven million golf! balls were used. PILLOW TUBING. per 1aro-. .I ;"_"..;"J_ '_!'_-..-. .. __._..._ ___ .....___., 4Oc.*"' .$
.. ... ,,
hundredfold than the in in the last -" "
England
? r/did such action not take place there would be many a have been appreciated an more It has been found that year.four, human PILLOW SLIPS.; readymade.'each=_._____..:...:_:\L.:.:..;.-::._':.. ___3Sc "

v 'dead public'city,, shonld.; yetithere:tread! with i is a. care.limit in In every any case'w event it icl wOuld,) the brief It word is the sent same in. way- regarding the. initials of those I hairs weight.i will -- suspend :-a one-pound LINEN FINISH DISH-TOWELING. 'per yard ___,____________I5c

V. be ;raoit interesting if a tabulation could be made under taking: part in any social program-those forming committees Before the war Russia was the
'accurate; "authority show precisely how 4hose enjoying picnic*-those participating in I world's greatest flax producer.Approximat.c the-h m
.to every county Any -article<<: needed 'for may be found at the People'sSe
lodge in almost everything. And names shouldbe >ly 12,000l,00e persons
and city in the state financially stood. matters-- and rOc Stereo See the line
nice of
written with clearness-if they.are unusual names it live under the American flag outside Children'c Socks. See the
the continental/ United: States. fine line of Ladies' Summer Underwear also the fine line '01 Men's
is always better to print them in .the article. Each issue ; .
FERTILIZER TRUSTS FOOLISHLY FIGHTING Forty-six percent of all the wood Pants at $1.95 I the
of every newspaper carries inaccuracies of this sort- used in the United States is required pair. j

'; t' e 'STILL: champing( the bits of fretfulness over thf" merely because the writing was not sufficiently. legible; I' on the farms.
and the item is "killed"completely because of Iceland will utilize her enormous
possibility that Henry Ford, the only iespon,ible bidder frequently waterfalls in an extensive program of
for the. Muscle Shoals national plant, shall be allowed this cause. Correspondents even though they may' be I water-power distribution. PEOPLE'S.r:

', la take over the entire proposition the fertilizer trust but occasional correspondents, should use all precautions Berlin University has arranged a
sent out forty thousand dollars of to make matters so plain that there need be no error. course of study .n the British Em-
more propa 5c & 1Oc STOREBROADWAY
gang,, against the project Samples of this Muff have pire.Last year the United States pro-
been received. ,by The Gazette-just as it has ,been received "BOB" WARING WASNT GREEN duced $607,204,000 worth of rubber I
r in all other newspaper offices over the entire products KISSIMMEE

United .State*-and may be inspected by those interested FOR the past two weeks R. D. Waring, one of the Alaskajs population is 54,718, a de-

i u ;,but all of it but continues .to make the common people popular citizens of Orlando, has been missing, so Dame crease of 14.9 percent, in the last de-

the more desirous that Ford hall be given that for Rumor asserted, from his accustomed haunt*--and on cade.The "leaf-cutter" bee cuts- ucb exact .
''' ,which he ha asked. Monday it was offically declared that he had really gone circles that a compass will fail to .O..0600000..oooooooo..oooo oo.o..oo. ...

The offer made by the Alabama Power Company is away to spend an extended vacation, rather than by remaining l detect a fault.
but another step the fertilizer trust has taken up to delay sequester himself within the county jail-.e'en It is the custom in Siam for everyman
'matter until it may be possible the F.rd offer shall though be had been promised the identical cell made biz lifetime.to enter the priesthood -once-in'

1 , be'withdrawn. It i is generally understood that Henry famous by the occupancy of Lena M. T. Clark. It seem On the island of the Southern Pa-
; Ford i* opposed to' the delays which have been pestering that by a certain agreement made between "Bob" War cific the janitca is one of the most

him from many source; and the more obstacles whichmay ing pasty of the first part and Judge Charles 0 Andrews beautiful and unusual bird TAX NOTICE000 _

be placed in the path to success the greater the Sheriff Frank Karell. J. F. Ange Phil Goldberg earth Trees that and has shrubs accumulated have grown on in the the

ajw . possibility that his offer may be withdrawn. It i is gen- and E. E. Keen of all the remainder of the parts Mr. great wall of China. -

.erally known that the Alabama bid wa but of straw Waring was to commence serving last Friday a sentence The mummy of the great Egyptian r
and the proffer could not be carried out--even if the of six month in the county; goaL However, a* gentle king Ramases II, repose> In
government. hadseen fit to.accept it. Springtime commenced to slide out of grim Winter'. Up the Egyptian nmseum ID-cairo.'... NOTICE is hereby given ;

Vt! y'V The .only thing' that,, will satisfy the great bulk of the call of the wild seemed to beckon to Bob. It i* all bear In Sweden her own a family wife has name the.Jn right.eon'to ;

people lo have the proposition of Henry Ford pawed right ,at times to '"Stop 1 Look I Li*ten I" yet there are junction with 'that of her-husband/ that the Tax Books of Os-

1IpOQ'. in' a favorable manner. period'when to 'Hop I Duck I Hasten 1" have a greater The Chinese were astronomers in .
," preservative effect. The Orlando 'Sentinel says if the the reign of Yao, 2357 B. C. .

':YJ HIGHER ETHICS; NEEDED BY THE: LAW bondsmen do not produce the prisoner .r forfeit the honest The best i i.to always way to tell teach him a child the truth.to be ceola :County for the year -

-- ..'..... amount of thebond (WAS.there. a' real! cash bond?) Kep young in your mind and H11'

r ATa recent mectiDJ of the bar_of.this district.,held iljjs likely: a search may"be made- for Waning." and la take}longer! forge to_creep. into. your 1921 will close_ .promptly: ; ..L .. _
"'
!" M'Runn'ymede"t.odge.. when i lhe bar of Osceola Wa. host event ne""T* returned The MAYl "proeeuted'Torfaih : "joint*. :
(. !.., the entire 'district there were numerous addresses re to keep'his date*." It i i. also "likely" that when In farming, a* in manufacturing, on April first. All taxes

i made in which: strong plea were offered by some of the Bob. return with a full measure of mazuma he "may"walk the ,man or by-product who can convert, into waste cash, is products the .

',' .' older members the organization toward higher and up and pay; bit fine and make ,.arrangement to man who gets ahead. l /
*: e" .: ',more, areful 'work that wa*. demanded iflaw'wa* spend the next' six month 'on1' the upper floor of the There's always lone drudgery, but not paid by that date will TJ

:' f ;? 'r 'fo, continue a* one of the very able professions."Along ; Ange hotel Y never can telL, there's happiness in,.-)itnii woT4c when ;,;
: 'L the same line Elihu Root international it: la the mean to a full enjoyment .of be '
:; .f jurist J subject all
; the home, and not an end in Itself. to [ penalties.C. )
.: '. and veteran of the""" American. bar., administer .some *iz. WEST Palm Beach i tome more.publicity. 'Teat seeds aamplee now to flnd what .:: ,, i :

J'.1 i Citing-rebuke* :to tie; entire American legal''profession Now they have arrested Elizabeth Davidson a'' woman proportion you can, count' on when BANDY. : {
,' ''when,' he *addressed the American.Bar:'Association'*t its With''' 'an;alias, for tealinf good from the. sores jhere sowing time .. Poor seed Is the .. L. #
of many poor" stands of crops. .. .. .,.-. ..'.., 4 tI. ,"
; ..recent aeoa Washington The eminent speaker (aid: to> the value of tw thousand doIUra 01''more.:\ 'There eanee ;- 010 "' ,

\,\. ,., ,._ ,. 'For lack of moral polities and the strength that; being '. .tr n.attempt'to Jet her 90 *colfree-lest some. Ing-. Corn combination., veanata and.Take-care-of noga make a ee '. Tax Collector:.... ''. .".. .-:'':': ..
.
ijti:, mortality'' give, the:American Bar i going'cteadily of the""name 6' those "higher'vp" nay get'esixed: in- a coming won of frig, plant plenty of /0" .J- .... ')''''4 ,,';,'; !. ... '
; downward) ..Furthermore, DiH-teDth.-of the real rn>ne t-lo= a.ItcaDa.tf'; : 1 ;. corn and.peanuts and thefall >..ndwtllter.mOlltha..m .. .
; ;" : young c" ,... r ... ,. ,., .r ;,i'i i i ' .
: are permitting to enter the} bar'are utterly bring-the answer.Dipping it .
'h men we bu'a\ *the;!.tal.b.-Into< bordeaux ....,. ;;, : '.......' t,
lacking mass: moral qoabtie that .re "necessarr to.be'an t'r ANY; bttsite9'w 1 eJla" e e..tiai-M.: , knowl.. .. mixture Ju."befonplautlnl'.14'ne. ' .". : .,. '- -h-"If! ;'--. - ';' .J.U+' "' T -: '
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f I.erequest.burattjof.plalls.. :. !-' i grave'the.hitUry 'of ,....u'SOD..tL} ..-Selected j. :aAIID DAY. IID.WA.CII': :ae .EteryUdy WU I. AiryWeV Aer -ti e*,Tkefcfa" TWVaBey .'
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*A THE:.J 1SfMMEE VALLE1, 'GAZETTE; FRIDAY. I'MARCH 3, 1922 ', RYE' '"
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f' y ....... ....'Oa4000000. Natural' nma-, J55c. In PCUlld; lot*. Mrs j. 'E.:JCirkpatrlck.. lift OrJ FOR FORD REPAIRS viewing condition" 'In

." "e.-:.WE; \ .THER.'REPQRT, :: o' The'Gift.:$hop _. 'x : lando avenue was recently delightedby accessories tree this Woek'with a view'to recommends
: Mrs.' flinty Overstreet" of".Miami, CASINOTuesday a ,brief .visit from- her son,.. ,. R. parts, tube, gas tog this locality to his countrymen.: :
'J: II< 'visiting'' 'relative, and, friends in : Kirkpatrlck. who managed to get'a and oil, see us] 'Our price are always He was shown about the county forone -
Ottciai Bulletin of dally demo* brief vacation reasonable Satisfaction '
,Kisalmme. ,. 'it" and at once1 came to guaranteed entire day by the farm demon
,
';"O perature and precipitation farMished ..* .- Furnished ' Kissimme io greet his mother whomhe Osceola Motor Company: authorized stratlon agent, Leo' H. Wilson and'
'
<'i; ,; 0 ..J.y: .(be Ktatmmee' Cooperative -, 0 room* for. rent Wl B. .)bad not aeen for several decadesBowing dealer. KJssimmee. 1-2t appeared to be deeply impressed with
/,*. U.. S.. ''Weather, Bureau HarriaGatette, office U-tf March 7''Bctty.Com '
to the fact that his mother what he saw-and the price: atwhichraw
'Station,' for the'.week): ending. :* 'The recent donations to the Far h.d'been residing la Arkansas, for FROM A FAR- COUNTRY land could be 'secured-as ''welt
' "Thurad.aj-.Febru.ry .23, 1922; o East Relief 'from the public schools many years. It wusa happy event. a* the ease of artesian irrigation
: Frldlr : of Kisiimmee' reached the- sum of Mr.' Kirkpatrlck has returbo' his 11. II. Measers he mldt who come .
tt? } 17 s-.w 63 'SS $18.85. home in Social Circle .Georgia. from Copenhagen, Denmark* has1 been FORD UAV .AT\iK""y., MAHCH 11*
4 Saturday .?;:_.., 67' 62 '0 If 'buffering from, rheumatism: try. What It to be"known aa the"Broad..
Sunday' 19...--_. 74 50 4 Neid's Bath., 40-tfe __ m _. __ ._ 1
to
Way Millinery-Shop" I.a. tomorrow
> 4 Monday, '20 .?," .... 78 63 4 The"regular March session of the at 119 Broadway, Mrs open J. R.- ...O.O ...04....... O.O..O... O..O.O..O..O. O.. _
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Tuesday !1. . 81 69 :4 couRt l' commissionerand of the Sinqutfleld, who. la experienced in
? . .Wednesday 123..x 22.r.! 79 ,,60 4 county school board will be held. on her line of..work, having leased a POI"tlon
0 Thursday 85 60IITEHSOEAWEEK.0
,
Mondaynext.. of the store by the
: occupied
; .
..Beading are made at 6:00 *
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p. : Kliolmmen Mercantile
It
I. Sam'Ragsdalo Company
P. Timmons and
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for the preceding. twenty-four: 4 is .the intentions, of iLPLJALJE'K
Aeu .' .* " gave a'stag dinner Tuesday,evening Mrs Smqucficld
-,.ALLISON'T.'FRENCH. ,,4 .t,,the,Park,hotel. Covers were'.laid to carry a fine stock! of timely goods,
for eleven.' '., and in every way! to onl d..JL..tU.8t.'t'1allsmlnrnuy .. .
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Co-operative Observer: I ?
1J paror. While she will
',,' -'- nir-u.ed-'aTw udetheading elf.
-4 ta *
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t. .j .j b, open for business; tomorrow her
'' needle. of the latest and yA w rirah
.4000064 .44OOOdO4o00yry regular h
announcement will.
.. best- variety. Call at 304 Main street appearnext _
-'" ; week *",' '
'Kissimmee., t 8-Stx --"....-_ COMMENCING.
j The Woman's Guild of Saint John's 81:10'; .'(Ilin PAY, IK KIII'IIJtU"! -

'j ]I church "will: meet/on/ Monday: at the TAKES'UP
: FEDERAL i
i residence of. Mrs. George T. SingeU COURT Monday March 6 :
I tary 122 Emmett street I DONEGAN CASE: TRIAL TO '
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'. Natural raffia, 35c<<: in pound lot. I Natural.raffla,. 85c In -pound' lot.l.'the .. BEGIN MONDAY, MARCH 13
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Tie- -x The case ,of Arthur E. Saturday'Niebt. March-
I chautnuquacoming to Kissim Donegan. to 11, ,
The: next reirular meeting of tho former president of the National,
mee will be held at the Baptist
ci ennlnJr.: v ciucil; : will,be. held on Tuesday I{ church because of its large'"seating' ,. Bank of Saint Cloud,, who' .is charged
P I with-the
embeEilerner.t of than
capacity,and will commence a three- more J
't: rofl'erhla'from: any sort of Ikl'( day session next Wednesday.The . $40,000 of th-" bnnVa funds hat been '
disease Neid's continued until March, HERE ARE THE CRISCO BARGAINS.
; try Baths. 40-tfe 18, It was announced -
offices of Dr. W. L.,Winn are-
1rr ?. ., ' 'Born: on YKUncsday: ; March 1, to new located only In, Saint' Cloud. son: one of at the the indictments.federal building.in the Only , CRISCO one anJ one-half pound can ......__......_.--..28c .\ ;
)dr. t-d :?: -. TV. L. DivJj .:CSJ:: Dry; Phone 122. Office in Odd Fellows case

venue, east, a sen. block. 12-tf. 'I* the Paramount Picture that against Dohecan, is to be triedat CRISCO. three pound can.":%..__.. ____..__.____.__.. ?.-...-__56e.
';' to- 1 fcv'!" 'r.1!. c'orS! '.' Minister' this term of the court. Two other: .
." '. ApMl1.faynowand City avoid-the;rrdey'pen", Iln Joe Okeechobee Johnston of Klssimmee- was The Little indictments in' connection with misappropriation CRISCO nine pound ean.._.... _;.____...';,' "I..j:;___'._,._$1.60'
: l Wednesday shaking of the Saint Cloud
ally; J.R.: Qilbert, city clerk. 12-5t I hands with hill friends. Joe visited Eih-a Added bank's funds that led to its going

' Lent temmenced on Wednesday. Fort Pierce apd will again/ drop by into the hands of a receiver have been SOME OTHER SPECIAL BARGAINS, ,
."':., Every qualified voter should by all oa his return, trip. to KI.a1mmee.- J HAROLD LLOYDCRACKYOURHEELS against A. W. Guatus and Paul IC'I h.

'J means exercise fall right of franchise Okeechobee News. -ia- Weaver;who in 1920 were cashiers of IVORY SOAP. per cake________,.::.________.:..-.,;:- ...________7e
f at the polls tomorrow I Stop at Fish Lake Park midway tho Saint Cloud Bank and the Citi "

Gordon Bryan Is home from the : between Kissimmea and Saint Cloud, zen's Bank of KI.simee.-Tampa. Tri IVORY SOAP FLAKES three (ar.25c, each __...__-?-_.__....'c
British Honduras, greeting his many' for gat oils, cold 'di inks cigars etc. c bune.
t friends. He still holds his ;position 11 12-tf -- J PROCTOR lie GAMBLES white naplha .: _____,-______.___.6c '
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FUnnt )A". ATUHI>AV, MAIICII IR
with the large corporation.Bad Mrs. Haynes Brinson left Kissim .Natural raffia, 3Gc in pound lots. STAR SOAP per cake___.__________-_.__,.-________..*-.4c,
debts collected or n6 pay. Results i mee on Sunday for a visit'to her former LOCAL PASTOR PRAISED '

, guaranteed. J. M. Willson distriot -' home at Cecil Georgia. She The Gift Shop. x AND SERVICES SOUGHTA STAR NAPTHA POWDER____..:.-_.______._.___.____?._,-_,4e,. srINDEPENDENT
manager. 15-tfe left with Dr. and !Mrs. B. L. Wilkerson The voters are wise who on Satur. I
4f Mrs Gladys M. Foster, formerry of ,' the three driving through-ancla day will write in the name of"George j religious revival is to open at
tile local beauty parlors came to expected to return to her home W. Persons" as a member of the ex- Motitverdd at an early date the pastor
Kissimmee on Saturday evening, and here tomorrow. : f'cutlve'committeempnnd then vote of the Baptist church announces GROCERY
returned to her location at Saint 'Because of the illness of his father, for four other men. The reason Mr and the services of Rev. J. A. Button, ,:
Petersburg on Tuesday. II. Dan Ashford late of tie Casino Persons desires to get out of the job D. D, of Kissirnmee arc strongly! cI

Nataral ..raffia 35c in pound lots. waa called tb Gainesville, Georgia, proves conclusively that he is a.goodman urged. At that town both the Methodist Emmett Street .
The Girt Shop. x yesterday and will probably be absent to elect. and Baptist churches assemblein
the same building-and the !
..... K. about ten days. Mr Ashforc City tax books will close pastor
F. Drfelmeler who has been Saturday
: reports that his father's illness is not Bays that the affair Is not to be exclusively .. .
.
spending! tee> season! in Kissimmee! criticaL April 1.Pay now and avoid the penalty devoted to either-sect "'It Is '
;
: left on Tuesday for his home in I J. R. Gilbert, city clerk. 12-5t to he merely a "soul-winning revi ---- !
Ironsville, Illinois-having been called Burgess West who proved a very Miss Grace Gilbert returned on 'val." In asking tho' assistance of the
there by matters of business. I popular manager of the Casino for 1..'
,... several months last is in Kiasinrmee Monday from a ten-day tour of the Kiftnimmce pastor the letter says: .1 .
year
City tax books will close Saturday: : just after state-greeting friends at various "Your fervent speaking, your scope
l.S April 1. Pay now and avoid the penfly. line of business now which looking be has a takenup. sew points. She visited the university alGahi of thought your earnestness, and
J. tt. gilbert, city clerk. 12-6t lie is handling the business In <*sville and the state college for your spirit of symouthy, have led the I Nfl '
Mrs. J. U, Cochrane has returned this state of the Orange Crush Company women at. Tallahassee during this committee engaged in carrying on -
-j rem he: trip to, Tampa where she of Chicago and is steadily adding trip_besides stopping at other points this revival to seek your aid. Tho CAS
was visiting her grand-daughter to> his list of patrons and f rtendsMrs. where she had warm friends. duration cf the services will depend .
Mrs. Ell Wttt. Mrs. Cochrane also Those who pan the handsome entirely upon the interest that may: r _
r spent several days at Ozona. where who has. Myrtle been spending Fowler of the-Chicago winter premises of J. C. Griffin, at 710 Main be manifested. Yon will find the T R .EONC a
town prepared for this revivalandthe
abe eajoyed pleasant reunion with
a of
street,note some the neat Improve .
with her brother at Burbank and
friends froM the north. .j I ments which have been made thereMrrCrrifflrriiasbeeTrtlo1ngs6inelMng. people ready to receive you/ '
with relative af Palatka, is In Kis- '
;'* Natural rafl1aJLJ5tJiipoundJoksJTfcflTCifl irameirsnaking- extended visit. : it is-widerstooTt: s T n1 DAY ONLY, Monday! March 6
church here be willing the pastor will
in the line bases
> Sh.p. it of heavy concrete
her uncle and Mr. and t
aunt.
y v upon accept the Invitation to add his help
The regular monthly meeting of Mrs. A. .f Mabbette which adds a solid appearance to the .
t2. I S. Bogus 219 to the work. '- -
'. premises and contt'mplates.certain : .
Woman's Club will be neld on Tuesday -'I street. '
aftenioon at three-thirty o'elock.1' Mrs. A. W... Winn. of 221 Orlando conditions which will make the entire ales! Koiti>Ar IN KISAIHMKH
at the Chapter.House. At this meeting avenue spent the latter part of the property much 'mot'U'' valuable. .... .' EXTRA', SPECIAL} EXT RA t'

., the cenetitutlon and by-laws of' week at Lake -Hancock as guest oi City tax books will close Saturday, LARGE SUMS OFFERED .
+ the club will be submitted and it is her, son and his farr.IJy.r..and Mrs. April 1. Pay now red avoid the penalty - -
{a. j"' loped'there will be'-a fall!-attendance 7]I N. A. W'lnn.'' Mrs. Winn was accompanied .- J, R.:.Gllbert;"city-clerk. t FOR BIRD PICTURES y5N.

Miss Ads C. Wagner daughter of'Mr. 'f by her two' daughters Miss Mr., and Mrs. C. A.,, Morris after Announcement has; 'been made EI DWN' EAGLE"
4g 1 and Mia 'U.' G. Wagner, of Ber.jMuda MAY- Winn, and Mrs. H. R. Dale having spent a pleasant season:: 'inKissimmee that': 130,000 has been placed in the P HI F .

,,, .': avenoe, was recently honoredexclusiveemu whose. husband. accompanied,the' party left on Wednesday for a lands of the National Association WHIT E "'iE li ( t D
,;Jj" <. o membership)? in the '' brief stop at Orange Citv-from of Audubon Societies to aid teachers *
kI I 11" "<' organisation of l which point,they will board the train ' v .
; After having spent several monthsin and pupils in the study of wild birds i i'
3 .'1.i," Orlando -: the Eclectic Club. Miss I a delightful way .in Kissimmee: for their home at Oliveburg, Penn Children wil, be. taught to build bird 'fyr{. i ANDPRINCESS 1
,,; Wagner i a at the present: time visitJag Elder George E.. Stone who is a regular panned The estimable couple had boxes feed birds in winter to'learn
friends and relative in Orlando. 'ordained preacher in the Dunk- to. leave a day or two earlier the names of common birds in' their JUNATIA 1
sand SanfoH. ard church will leave on Tuesdaynext butprolonged; their stay in order to communities' and Will be InstructedIn

-, __. "In My Back Yark" I am specializing for his summer home in Edgerton attend the picnic of the Tourist Club the value of birds! to mankind.In (IN PERSON)
in washing and polishing cars Ohio. Mr. Stone has been the which took place on Tuesday. making the announcement T. I .
and mine repair work. Cars called smiling president of the Teurist Miss Ruth Howe!! left on Tuesdayfor Gilbert Pearson president of the National -
far and delivered. Your patronage Club and has addedhis share of pep San Antonio Texas where' she Audubon Societies at 1974 ,
will be appreciated.) Marvin C. Du- and vim to the organization; ana it will be with relatives and where she Broadway, New York city mad the This is the only real Indian Act traveling south. These iadLaaj are lr

Pent. 110 Xmmett street; phone 77. is the general hope that he will re- has secured an official position. Miss! statement that teachers! who form weB educated and are peat ENTERTAINERS SINGERS AND: i,
T'"' f 12-lt turn to KlBsimrnee at an early date. Howell Is. (tread ute with honors Junior Audubon Clubs would receive'ree ,
from the Kissimmee Business College material to aid In.their work of 'DANCERS. DONT FAIL TO SEE THESE' INDLANSAND':THEIR_ ,
H in stenography and bookkeeping caching; bird study. . ,
having proved especially adept in "Pupils who become junior mem- RELICS. .
these departments, and the>! management bers will receive material that costs '
M of the college will feel her loss! us (30,000 more than their nomin.lfees. ALSO- 1'

PRICESthat as a pupil to a considerable extent. ," said Mr. Pearson "Already SPECIAL INDIAN, PICTURE: '
Orange Blossom Lodge Ancient more than 1,700,000 children have '
I. free and Masons will hold been enrolled In these Junior ClubsIn .. '
Accepted ,
.,,.
B. ]8.A.E&T:
,.,
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',
its communication Monday the schools of the Unitel States 1
. regular on ,
kick the money baikjnto )your pocket and bring evening when it is expecte twos of birds ..nd'other material 4'
there will be a large attendance of on '

f' ,i\\
. In the Master Mason degree rand everywhere are invited to write and Vainly Ffehtuf the Superstition. of His Indian P.opl.'H.' Sacrifice '
WONTCOME OFF there is to be a very pleasant occasion secure free the Association's plansor I i
following the regular,routine of bird study." Hi*"Life to Save Hi White Sweetheart, Aerated. of Witchcraft.;
business. A general invitation is ex- W
KB FonD DAY IN KISSIMMKR
tended to all brethren :

J.: MARCH Miss.Bandy at her millinery shop, A BATHROOM DE LUXE The Third Episode elNAN '." r :,

1,2,3&4 25 Broadway makes announcementthat IN "SATURDAY NIGHT"
the will have no special opening. OF THE NORTH"The
r as has been her custom-but at the Although it was announced that

i h' e ,Stock; Up For a Month and Save $ $ $ same ly-selected time she stock is showing of fine new a personal spring latest"Saturday Paramount Night.picture CeciTB., 'was De Mille'a not a Greatest. Serial'of AO Time* ]v

and summer millinery direct from the bathing beach picture and would not c .> '
of the north. A NO ADVANCE: PRICES .L. : ,J
leading rlarkets.: contain bathroom the
>> a Pcene despite
:24-fc tack Flour *L2S 1 H Fancy Creamery Butter ..GI"
I ', PiJlsbtiry > special feature of her. stock are the of the
aoap-and-water atmosphere
Children._____._.___ lOc: ,
genuine' Gage and the Flak hate. ------- ------
t 24uck Coed SelfRWiag Tall Milk -_. 10 title the temptation to film such a
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Your early inspection is urgently: re- setting evidently proved too.atron&: .; I
- Flour _.______ 1.15 Baby Milk ________--n .05 quested.- , x: for the producer. 'Saturday Night. AdultsjZ5Ct n

..1.6. IM Granulated Sugar t.OO: Argo Sttrch -______;.-_ .05 L.,C. Mount who la doing a vast which will be shown at the Casino ;. f +*.
< amount of advance work for the SemInole next Wednesday boasts of a bath .,
.4 Ibs GMulated Sugar_ ..250lb 6 Octagon Soap ...___ .25 Sundance which Is to be pulled room that surpasses those in "Male .

i '! { : c..'SD 'wd Et _____ 1.25 6 ,vWathlng Powder __.:..._ .zs off in West Palm Beach during March three and Female" and "Why Change YourWifef '. .. .
,. days commencing Wednesday, in both beauty and opulence.One .. .. .- .
\r: ;=2 plus Macaroni ______. .IS Fancy, .Cream Cheeae__- JO 16,'was in Kissimmee 'on-Tuesday in :of the unique"features of this : EISELSTEIN ." ,',
>r"> a mid rush to cover the state.- In : bathroom is an inverted shower bath. ,BROTHERSFUNERALDIRECTORS
2 Tab Salmon.._.. .%S' 6 oant Potted ..Meat..._ 5pinizarc
t cans, ._ . .. 'connection with the great annual affair n fon'siets-pf lLpectelul.l8tandincJn : : : -' '
;' ". 3 cant hoc t .I aids Soup:! .12$ -_.:'_-___" _. as'4 t.here-.m-o.-beld'tbe-annual a sunken bOwL Around the edge of ,I = 4
: a.sslon of state membership '()f the' the pedestal ore inletsthrough which Perfect Service tltorl'E4aJp.uat" ,t'w::.
3 dam Chowder... .2$ Bulk Oatmeal, Ib___ .._ ..OSI la'
cant -T American Legion. the water sprayed upward over : 403 .Broadway, Corner. Sprovlo. P.... ,%18", KISSIMMEE''

: :' 8-oz Tomato' Ketchup-.. ..11.N. National" OaU .,_____ .10 .in'KiJsimmee Fred H. Kronehe.to make who his Lee home..settled Is the can bather.be related The height so that of i it this; will spray not ."... .o. .......................... ..., .. . ........ .. 1INSURArslOE v
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-: !< lAi; ': : '2/2! California Peac e, .2* No. '2 Tomatoes _.__._..12VsUnceda to -give a. demonstration Saturday mar Another in. :

= i No. 2 Slice Pineappl'.., JtT" 'Bi cuit *.' .-.....__. .OS evening'Plumbing, at the Company store of the 16 Kiasimmee Broadway -, triple-mirror cresting departure dressing; is table-of a' built-in unusual ., -"t" i... ..., ...i.II .......,.. ..to..'.....i..,-. .',ii... .. J 'f.

No. 2 Gr ldPJnfcapple._ ..25 '100 lb* Oiickea Scratch_'2,10 ..of a' new thing in the line of a .design and ultQ.cOlllplete.equlp.! : : < / < '- ;! ""

-IJ' : f"No* '2'tood:Sugar Corn.IlZ1/ ..., California-Black! EyePea: : '..THMichigan \ .' or t burner>> the''heater.for'th41 'The ordinary contrivance cook-etove appear men In addition" to this_"very"clever- .-productlon. ". 1. ., ) ;
,1' .Ib.Se.IIe Cofea..33" ; ) i NavyrBeSIL.L'" ,08 to be a'wonderful:thing-inao- .'which hal been the talk'ofvery ., ;t..
. ' : : : far that it take but ,a''moment to ,tity where It has .beenshown, : .,_ .' i I

'2 ; ret'aflame?the heat*'extremel, Intense there .1 U ,Abe"a two-reel production A KV 'i ...;,!ti'. ; PROTECTS,, ", ;,>'1::,_., ; ; ; "''t' ".. ,_
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&nghllble ntitledlWhan -
of com1cV '
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,: ;. "we :SELL IT RR; :LESSJJij.TAYLQJSYSTEM coat, is,.very modest.: ,MrXroneheI.very : ".'- : The Whale-Was Jonahed/, : -5, *! -.' ''SE-RtV1OE, I c. ;'tl.. .
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that those who '
* sure may *
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.REDUCED.PRICES
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- ; : : : : :F' : in'the evening' wfll be surprised and en laord" 'parts and-repair ]labor, ?ILetus 'THAT5ATISfES'"; ., .; l, ,,; :
: ted",: Those who' feel that they Ford to it.elaaa'eondl.: 3 '
would put your ""' -- '-- '" .
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r. __.. 6:. .BIQ STORES. >*:w64.; ; r date may like make to aee arrangements'for the.wotrk:. at a late an work tion-.its.and,guaranteed Insure Jta'perfection.t ,Qs eola, ;MotorCompan7i.authorlaed'dealer All '. ..: 'LUPFERS' ;INSURANCE! :; !AGENCY"'" *j I I Iff: ,
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i t l1IlR THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE!, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, '1922K r' '

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S" ., a \ (1. POLITICAL COLUMN .J I SCHOOL Note....Fma. -The NOTES,High i'' . .. .... '


A doubleheader with l3anford-laat ,
'
FOR STATE ATTORNEY '- J Friday sovenin resulted in a score .

I CAUSE OF MELANOSE of 12 to 11 in favor of'the Klsiimmet s
girls, and -82 to 22 in favor .a! the 4tiUk
'* HOW TO PREVENT IT f
Sanford boy. This game Closed the WRIII
basketball season for O. II. 8: BO the
(From press' bulletin 335, issued by s
4 S 1 I te rriculturol experiment station). boys are now directing their interest

six Melanosa russet can be distinguished -I and energy toward baseball! t
1 : from the rust'mite russet by I This fe! a busy time for 'every I,
its i raised appearance and sandoapor- class in the high school, it seems-
like feel to the touch. If one rubs hH the Seniors; are writing their essays,, '
hand over a russet fruit and it'is which promise to be very good'tho; I'

,', 'v smooth to the touch./this,is.rustmlta! Juniors are planning: some J kind of
russet. However! if the russet is grand entertainment for the Seniors,
L;' WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE ,cabby" mid rough, resembMng! sand-! I I but no one but the .,Juniors know
.
pane!, this is 'melanoKe. : what it is going to be bacau46 thai:

Here I. Good Advice For You! The damage done by the fungus I sa dark secret; thi Freshmen! are
which 'c lulles melanose is when the i still planning their entertainment f v
the Juniors, which they claim mill':
{ leaves, twigs and fruit are If
.L n.Kr.--"l have ned! F r. 44i young. I
-Kerce'a( lnSf-1IW1ritM'r'" '1Itliul1..ondtheUold'n -- one waits to Corny until I1Laees.Jm'l- far excel a certain! Iay-rid I ; aajhvSophomeriS
r anose on'' his fruit, the damage in already =welirt present we uro
:Medical! 1)1 i ill
sou very my
a trying our ability for ,memorbl.1 '
T family for and cannot recommend
(; yonrs. ) no good in controlling the disease. i poems, as our talent for writinRthsm: .foo
In
thorn! too hlv. Ih.rinltho\
i period of middle life th" Pn-prrlltion t Tn! leaves and twigs can he infected has been' tried and found wanting' \
I' The Sophomore'flans is in charge
while .
and the "ii."y uyio a wonderful only they are very young.Afterethe
of the Bale of tickets for
-hautauqua
leaven from three '
: (help to me. /<<> w(':!Jan: cl.mU try are to'
, ." five weeks old they cannot infected the school Miss Langston, the advertising -
r t') do willtfiiit' throe A' th it t j'
+ lira Nannie Ki-llcy, 7AI Jackson St. i with this disease Hence, the time is when week and gave'us some idea of how 1
the leaves .
young
k spray are :
lit Your hcnllh \it most Important to tooth
The spray makes a coating! over the good the program ia going to be this Satisfies 'the sweet\
; ll/8" entity Improved. IT
4' y .. :you.8I1fIe1'-fr\ '".'nt'II", I.... .11.i..u..you n.j' fruit and lenves BO that! -the fumrus year. Miss Corbett playground; di.reetorand .
any of the- f 'I1II'.oI.III'' c"'Utun'. tof' --SeventenlR Judicial Circuit 1 t cannot infect them Experiments con I shofttstcry' teller; wIlFbethe ...... andaiilsappetitean'd'digestioI' -

the crItical in !life Election! be held '!, ducted last sea/ n rhpwed that if the I school next week' The cbautauqua ,
women at period At the Primary to
.t will held
ask vouijienrept. for this June Democratic trf'e8Ire spr /ed from 10 to 20 j be at the Baptist church Cleanses mouth and teeth: I
v : :juet I'rescriptlon of Dr. Pierce'R druggist, in tablet of the 6!, Seventeenth 1022, the Judicial Circuit after two-thirds of the blossoms have I next Wednesday, Thursday and Fri ;. -
:
,? dropped, leaves, twigs and fruit will : day, at three in the afternoon and ,a
r. form Send 10 cents to .
-a or liquid cf Florida will be called upon to select -. boon'to smokers
in the
'I Dr. Piorce's Invalids llvtcl, Buffalo, a nominee for the office of\State> be protected from this disease. I I eight evening. --J: A great ,,- ,

N.Y., if you wish a trial pkg. and writer Attorney for" said Circuit. Bordeaux-oil spray has been used ,I Senior Class Rings mouth.
for free, confidential medical advice. I am a candidate for this nomina- j for experimental'purposes and has ;:; :relieving hot, dry

I tion. and will appreciate: the support eiven good results. The following I Did you eve'r watch the' mails day -
i 1 of the Democrats, both men and women formula wag used: Bluestone three. after day, expecting something you Combines pleasure and '
,
Gt, .. I at the Circuit (Orange, Lake I II j pounds, rock lime three pounds (use especially! wanted and were waiting
PLUMBING SHOP and Osceola JTounties). If nominated I I onlv n /good grade), water 60 gallons: ,I for, hoping it would come tomorrow,, benefit.
KISSIMMEE and this I and soma good oil emulsion three or the.ilay after? Oh the
4 I appointed to office, pledge: suspense! .1
----- honest, efficient and energetic performance I quarts. That's what the Seniors went through of the ;
the
Mix the above ingredients in the Don't miss joy
of the duties thereof. for two weeks before their class! ,. ,\
$, Nothing Too Big following: manner: Slake 60 pounds ,j \
/ TRUMAN G. FUTCH rings came. But I lust j tell you it :
Nothing Too Small LEESBURG FLORIDA I of'ro'k lime in a barrel and add was sure worth it! When our august jai new WIIILEY'SIthe sugarcoated
ti I enough water to make 50 gallons: of president of the senior class, Joe
tid bit!
1: ---- KOIIII U" \, !ATI IIn 41 .MtHCII IH the solution. Hence one gallon will Sears, came in last Wednesday morn- peppermint .

l' contain cno pound of lime. Suspend a ing, with a pitcioii3 little box under
ALFALFA SHOWS WELL
I 14 All Work Guaranteed sack rontainini 50 pounds of blue.srone his arm and a satisfied grin on his ,
IN THE! NELSON YARD into the tcp of a barrel of water scholarly face, we knew that
r To Bt Satisfactory I _, After the Milestone has disolved everything -
T'N
comes to those who and
,
wait
:At 417 Broadway in the yard of t takeout the sack and add enough water "
---- -- our rings were here! So each I
i i A. S. :Nelson. may Le seen by; nil in.j| to make 50 rations of this second' one secured 1'

x ew 15 Broedway Telephone 143. i t' rested :1 i splendid .little: patch of alfalfa 'olution. Hence one gallon of blue-" ring: and tried our them own on.specially They fittednearly nice! eN vlt. e
/ with of becoming ,
every pppearunce I atene! solution will contain one pound
thrifty'and spreading over of bluest .. everyone. And when YOU 11
-- on.
.1' i 'seem them you'll with .
they
agree us .
the entire premises. Many who have Now take three gallons of the lime
about the
I are prettiest, most< ca< seen it pronounce it as good, us any "solution pour it into a third barrel" 'al-looking rings the, high school has
alfnfa! can he; it is. stooling out well find add 22 gallons! of water. Take -
ever had f! Ahem! of Roman '
They
USE SLOAN'S TO are '
rc;: + I and seems thrifty and ..t!onl(. three gallon; of bluestone solution. gold, with oval faces on which ,
\, The growth is wi>teh"d very care pour[ it into a fourth barrel and mid he: h_d of that old I I
symbolic
warrior -
fully. It seems' to spring up with i2 gallons of water. Pour through a Osccola. is rui..ed. The faces I
EASE LAME BACKS
l but little att'ntion-nnrJ is growingin strainer, the :coppers
t contents of the third and, ,of the rings have the Old Rose finish / C28 .
the some manner. Whether it will fourth barrel! into
a spray tank, at which gives old 1 Osceola lifelike -
can't do your best when stand the heat of summer is the only the same time stirring the two mix- a'ery -, Good for
"bronzy pink" tint to his cheeks. ,
YOU back and; every muscle j: nuesAion which mw seems to worry Lures. After these solutions are well Hut will: have these I
you to see rings valuablepremium
/
4.x aches with the asserting that the mixed .and while '
the
fatigue. 'I owner; some agitator is still t
to their
: really get true We 1 r
Apply Sloan's Liniment freely, with- I roots will not havp penetrated i the /l'oinjadd; three quarts of an oil emul- I ,Seniors like them bttter beauty. I > /
tut rubbing, and enjoy a penetrative soil to a sufficient depth to Rive' it awn. Always mix the solution in the every day

4 glow of warmth and comfort. I the dampness required to continueits above proportions. regardless of the Watch your Children for symptoms I

_! Good for rheumatism, neur>l ia, life. In any event it is well-worth ewe of the spray tank. The solutions, 'of worms. They undermine the health _

a Drains and strains, aches and pains I seeing at thin l time; und it may give when mixed in the tunk, should he used und breed sickness.. Use White's The GazcltciTHE \'
.ciatica, aore muscles, stiff joints and growers the \belief hilt even if tliii- the same day. The .linje: and bluestone Cream"' Vermifuge. It expels worms I bvcrybody Who a Anybody Adverntcs Their"WWants" in, Valley -0\1
J, e the after effects of weather exposure. shall die out there might be planteda solutions! kept separate in the barrels, and restores health and vigor. Price, ----- '

Y ,,'' For forty yearspaln's enemy. Ask I vn' qr';ntity '.1 om9 of 1'-- \'IW1 will keep through the spraying sea- 35c. Sold by J. Z. Robitr on. v... __ I
r -yonrnelghboirKeep Sl a..',114tJ4,; 1 Ul'ldsvhU : There: may he an oircnsional -son. t ..

At all druggists-3Sc, 70c, $1.40. brief on'rRoShcuJd al- A power sprayer must be used and SHERIFF OF HIGHLANDS
fnlfa obtain favor in certain; locations the below I n
I once pressure :.should not fall RESIGNS HIS POSITION -
in south Florida it would 200 pounds. To do A'ood"nd thorough'I i
Sloaliniment prove of nntold value for the stockman work, the use of spray rods is recom- 'II W. M. Griffin has tendered to Governor .
.e I and the farniar.eRF mended. I Hardee -his resignation as sheriff r

j . Melanose on citrus fruits is caused i of Highlands'rojixty. Mr. Griffin 'dl
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KOIII UA, IN KI IMMKKWASHINGTON'S i itl'
;s by a fungus which lives in dead stated that he had lost money ever "T

: BIRTHDAY .I branches and terminal twigs of the I since accepting tho: office; that he

.. tl' trees. During rainy seasons! and heavy had thought of malting the race at UNIVERSAL CARPrices ..
lOT 1 PROPERLY CELEBRATED fogs the spores.-or sed-like! Bodies) the next election, but that when .he
AultmanI of fungus, are washed from the lead took into consideration the expenseof
Willson & Tha 0. tl,- Toward Poat-the,
ntE'm-j twigs on to the young leaves!' and apolitical: campaign' and the fact
..,. ben of Sedgewlck 'Circle, fruit,, These small aeed.like bodies that if elected it would be for two
many friends, ) of both Post and qt:::use the mellapose. ha decided! h'! wofild be money
X I,, REAL ESTATE, fittingly G4lebratedVashingtn'abirth.duy This is a preliminary report on#mel-'' ahead t* accept the lost now'ratherthan
bv a splendid meeting- at the '
anose. centrol. Experiments are being: risk losing more.Avon'.'Park
',< Post hall whed a bountiful dinner
carried
o J'It0 determine the best Pilot. a ,
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KissimmeeWONDER5 was 'served and a delightful program methods" of controlling melnnose by e 4 P. n. It. ' i u\\
w .11 lD Darlington Ave. was given. There wan also! manv im-i Spraying with bordeaux oil. Fnitn I>AV. ntTrKDtv. MARCH IN 0 DILTItOtT I- ,
------- Ill! la
:;,it-at! ta'ks readings, and a general; | This solution will kill friendly fungi i INCOME TAX FACTS 11
iron" time. ,
i irvricjs'y us well! as harmful ones. Friendly
I : enough it was al.jo the I I fungi\ assist in keeping scale and Former soldiers;;-amPjfiilors, in filinn- 1 ) }
r I Ilia
: day for the igulii meeting: of !Pge-I! I 1,111 A O
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in should 'i1.IfMi
, whitefly eheek. Therefore, it is an income-tax return for 1921, .
,? \ r < ( 1,'('lpIn,1, / l following the !lunchO4 : advisable to watch the. grove and spray not include as a gross income any ..
PIANO :\n t the prl: rtainment, after tha I for scale, if the scale insects are incensing I amount received under the provisions! :
vis'Uirs; had ilisn-'rsed)j there were two i 'L
in number. It is. recommended of the war risk insurance aftd' vocational -
ORKCR miiilato"\ initint l-Mvf. 11. Katz that spraying for scale! be done in i iMny rehabilitation acts and as pen. ....
,\i.l I M" F. A. Nave. : when the young are in the crawler ''' sions from the United States for

Works wonders on Pianos, Talking KOItW ii\Y. r'tTIKII"t.-- --MMKK 14 I, stage__ _ d _ I military or naval service during the ... ,, :<'
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er "if Machines, Furniture' ; Aclox, AFFIDAVITS IMPLICATED j 41:19 KOIII DAY |\ ItISS111MEIe war.The special; exemption of $3 500 ],

etc. II I I formerly allowed soldiers and sailors I 111x -'.
CAMPBELL AND WENDELL
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SIX HUNDRED MILLIONS I ON continued
in active service is not by I "
4: For painted, enamleil, and WENDELL IS INDICTED: j jSevfeinl'weeks I, ROADS DURING PAST YEAR the revenue net of 1921. .Persons inactive ,,,",?

,leather. surfaces. military or naval service of the
since the Palm Beach j I The Bureau of Public Roads of the I United States" are allowed only the : '
,Satisfaction; guaranteed or monr Post published three astounding affi-1 1 United States Department of Agriculture axemotionx granted other individuals

,; 'ey back. Made in Kisslinmee. davits implicating /Senator estimate the total expenditure $1,000( if single (or if married and not ..

Campbell, well-known in Kissimmee as for construction and maintenance living with husband or wife); $2,500 \ Jw .. ..
one of its former citizens now of of reads in the country in 1921to If married and the combined net income IMu I rk .,._. rJ I ,,
-SOLD BY- West Palm Beach, and Charles C. I be $600,000,000. The sources of of husband and wife was $5,000or d.moint.k1. Nm., :1 a. '.Iad
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Wendell, formerly of the New York non-skid (It.. uo. J.
this fund ore approximately as follows \ less; and $2,000 if married and the '
: WilDER'S' STUDIO police but at the present time a resIdent : Motor-vehicle-revenue 19 per combined net income of husband and sv\

and property-owner in 'Wtost cent; local road bonds, 83' percent; wife was more than $6,000. I ', "
',' Palm Beach, as being in collusion and state taxes and appropriations, 12 An'unmarried soldier, sailor, ma- 'Lowest in History r

60c BOTTLE' as acting as go-betweens a bvmch of percent; federal aid, 14 -percent; rine, or ex-service man must file a.re
fake wire-artiste which have infested county township and district taxes turn if his net income from all soure-I of Ford Motor Co. s
that city for several years. One of and asseSaients, 14 percent; and miscellaneous -' es for 1921 was $1,000 or more or if ..

'. \ these affidavits was from D. II. Conk- 1 percent. bill gross income, was $b 000 or more. IIf I with commodities still priced ,
OneBreaks ling, publisher of' the' Post;; another -.-. [ married and living with his wife en Today, many -j

"'! "Only Thins from II. L Bassey, former district FORD _DAY_ ___MATVHnAY_ __ _MARCH_ IN December 31, 1921, he must file a return above the pre-war basis, you can buy a' ,.
prosecuting attorney) and the third ; n if the net income of himself and Ford car for less money than ever before *
c My Cold'ITHE from the present district prosecuting! wife and dependent minor children '
George W. Coleman. in the history of the Ford Motor Company.
attorney, THE MAN was $2,000 or more, or if the combined ,
relief that Dr. King's Newt Copies of theae affidavits were_prepared income was' $5,000 ormore. t'
; Discovery gives from : : and sent out to-the governor. grass The Ford Sedan at $660, equipped with :";1
gripe
t .
v,, ,Colds and CllU'uahinoew ones, Each of, them was broad in its assertions rims '' ./'
demountable extra
y and throat-torturing coughs has made -and there seemed to bene way WHO LOOKS SEE FORD DAY IN' KI8SIMMBB"FIGHTINMADW electric starter, 'f

.at K standard remedy it is today. of disputing the assertions made by rim and non-skid tires all around, is with- .
-triedthe for fifty years and never the three mem. Since that time, hbw- IS offered : }
doubt the value
j
a _.snore popular_ than today. No harmful'tilnlgr Jver-thera_b'.._n.vrf...froon-. Mention. - - FAST-ACTION FILM out greatest ever '' .
--1. -- VIGOROUS '
In the Post regarding. the matter. ( ,in a motor car. 41
P You will soon notloe the relief in Senator r.nm..l1 Immediately. mecur- "Fiirhtin' Mad which- comes to )

4 ,, ? loosened phlegm and eased cough.whole ed) the services i ttie former circuit 1 the'sln Saturday, March 11, m.r.j is a;'I_ .And..you..get-the-aame."quaUtyr-depend- -_ "_ _
Alwa"-nUable;tood"'fOf'-\he' judge,"ExraLLB.-DonnelF fo'whom"aU 4-ei4l-R.t4"Blood' IT 'TIai' 'Oalf S M 1 plcture'of-a'red-blooad'goung and for which Ford ''
lean who finds the of ordinary ability economy cars 1
i family. II. a convincing, heal- queries were referred. But the grand of Pemaae course
-, tag 'taste with all its good medicinal Jury has just found 1\ true Mil against Feaadatie .. life rather too prosaic and seeks ad are noted-with all the comforts and conveniences -

,, qualities. ,At aH drugguts, 60 cent> Wendell as trying; to "bribe" the Health lad VigorGood the venture Border by Patrol.becoming a member of that go'along with ah enclosed *> :,- :f..I Ir
The dispatch
prosecuting- attorney.
--'J: 'S es stated that Wenderl, ". md another color bright eyes, solid flesh, In this Metro release for William r J I job. .
Br.Discov were cited aa being the go-be- erect bearing; are dependent upon rich Desmond Productions, from the 'original ,"
'" i' person fcweens In the attempt of the wire- red bleed. If your blood is not up to story of H. 'II. Van Loan, who Let us have your order now.-for.reasonably t
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health not of Stamboul.and
"The Virgin
the mark your general can wrete '
,:'' t for Colds and Cong &, tappers. be, Late hours rating; the wrong many. other screen successes William prompt delivery. Terms if desired. ,,

t BE DAY ra KISSIMMM f_.. workiiur, indoors, fatigue, affect Desmond star of the stage screen, '.' i
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&kk headaches: biliousness, sallow, SHOULD;HANG till MAN well and take 'exercise yet 'never picture, filled ,with lore, romance 09CEOLA MOTOR'COMPANY

Y Y akin," waste matter in.the Intestinal seem te improre, .healtb. : Gude's and adventurer* " ...
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i yvtemT Correct this' beahb-under. New Y ore Glty::::.A string of Worid PentA-Mamgan "taken neuJ.rlytor awhile In the charcter",of hard-riding ,'> ; ;. ,Aithecised Dealer*' "

', (? -, mining eonditioo by taking Dr. King war medals (bought at a tale) across ivM the bleed hat-richness 'youth,', he shocks- the"pasvengers on..[ 'Br..iwa; f -',,, I' J ... .
:, plfb '. 25 cents. :All drngglsta. ' his ehett tae world' fastest-working his M74 '!! Kie'-.. M.
and redaesa that- produces bounding the overland limited,fights war ... ..
v -, T 'WON"!T 0PTPi beggar took t Xan boar trot New his comrades In''- v "1- .'" J -
health and Tigor U is a simple. natural friendship among t ', .," .
":. p"I'R Pills' York's theatre ''.crowds.. until the war te', get -well, and the Border'patrel and then furnishes ,-" r (I ," '. t l'", )... . ' .
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.tni.S Aarles.'Ugbn''' got" the. .police'on. -: Gude's Pepto-Mangan cornea in liquidOr many. thrills in his ,daring rescue of 4; Rf

.,; his trail. ,ta b.l et satjour druggi.t'u-Ad-; the girt of the train.from the, bandit 1;I'

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L"" "'" -. ; THE, USSBfMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY -MARCH J, 1M2, \ "'W,;


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; FOR. 8ALK-On* !l4.U Blectrl: Wall Milton Plodfcr .ros. stt rneY. ..... A T Me.lc.r, 'work on 'truck- t..1t

: T. Plat. Practicalaw.. At. rea- T It Jud(.....__ 16 00Li J Z Robtraon mdtcln...___** 4.70 .
Buildings i Go LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSf I ,iBonable ....1_ Apply Tally 43as.tt. R Farmer, ear jail........ 11.10 11' C Rr"a. Co." .uppU......-. 1....., .
.. ,-If. tB "a... Janitor------._ M.OO R B! Floyd ..ppll......,, ...__.. .a... ")
.. Wilson. county a-"nU...... 110,00 A B Ullbert .uDDtl..w...?.... :;.. .....
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; : FOR HALE-Two boyr paid Ba.., .upt county home,. 11.00 Jo Johnsoncommission _', : !03.10
IIfrer -
The. fawrt .L''ta.. ('**.tF Judge; March: 'Al D. 1'21. I * for old Use, velvet, one dark .tatJ'one .. .'_- Fleming; 4k. Son supplies ._o e IoO t .1....
I Oce la' ('...'F, rl.r...., ale and sell at' public outcry for Cash dark grn, Russian style. whit AMI- Chancr .?...,-. __:-_.. 11.00 W IS Hans.ll gas and oil.___ 4_
!. band to the highest; bidder at the collar and cuff. detaebabl Nearly B H X nyon _..-____. _H._____ ".00 I H \Vthrbs.. cabbjr. *._....-__,. 'T.4/. ,
,- IN RH ESTATE front door of. the Court H9u.* In KUalmmee .... AfDlx ill Main rest 6/-tf Lytha Thompson __.?.-__.,..__. 10.00 Thatcher Johnaon. fish ........ '.1" ill'
Up Quickly y yt JAMBS! WMILLER... Oioeola Countr, JFlorida. orf Claud IJylvt r ?? -4*. Ham Story Jr., hors....__,,,. 1....
1ToEi, Ip'bYlr'edilors.; Monday: the Id- 'dajf IX1M1. FOR IIAX.HJ Wooden washing na.chlnei Mr. B Wllll.in .,_-I.--. ,0.8 .U W Ashtoa, release fee to x'
Le tab..., ''D'*.trlbu.t. . during. t ho/r of sale ; nearly new Apply sot M h Stanley ....________.?__. 0.00 (1prisoners.Ashton. -__-..___....._._.?. .,00
..e. and all peraona. baTlnir 411.1.... or the following described situate street. Matt Tod Peterson ._____ _.__ ___ ._ SOOMr paid to labor.r..- 1=.Oe + y
J demand aaralnit said .tat.: Ton and In Oaceola CountyFlorida, a* M Bronim -.__?._.._...__- <.00 O W Brown work.'.,_,. sloe
'each of you. are hereby notified and follow: FOR SALE-Extra rood grape vine; 8am ul Montsdooa ..?......._- .00 hiss Bas. work -..-_.__- !Z_ 1.1'
,t>When our lumber Is used For, there, required to present any claim or demand All of lot. One (1) and Two (I) of Carmen. lOc each (17 per ioo; Florida Frank Evan ..?_.....*?*-..., (..00Mr Judge Comer, jr.. work....,.-. 11.00
time Jn whlch, you. or either of you. W. 8. Harwell' Subdivision of Block : Tokay Tlo each) ; Florida Malaga. H H Smith...,...*........_ '.00 Ernest Olenn cook _...!..__...-._ I'.'.
is po lost selecting good may have acalnit the estate of Jam. -r- of W. A. Patrick' Addition to the To each. William Belersdorfer.. Orange Ella ass __-.--._-..-.-_.- 1.00 Howell Baa. "work ._..--...-,, 0L.OO
boards or in matching The lumber W. Miller, deceased, lat. of Oaoaola Town of klsslmmeeCity. Florida, ac.cording I Centre. Florida II.U.FOR : Jane Clement. : .J. : '.<>' Jim CI.mmona.oon.tot auard.. 11.0 ,
up. -County, Florida., ,to the undersigned to the_plat* of said addition' Mr I H Baukntght------- Si.OOMr HomrI'artln.. work :_.___..__ 8.0 ;
sent 'out from hers can be used J. W. Millar, Jr. Administrator of maid and* aubdlvUlon I filed In. the office of : RENT Susan Geeli' car* Mr*. . Oaceola Hardware Coy supplies..1003
a '**Ut* within two years from Jh* data the Clerk;of the Circuit Court of O pan Brown _>....>,,; ,.._...., 11.00Mr Oaceola Hardware ;with ,the minimum amount of "work- h.reoLDated. oeola Count Florida. i B Q Our______.___--._.,?. 10.00 Island fence 540.00 )
Its'use time A. D.' 1.". ALSO: Th* Wet-hlf ort Two FOR RENT-Qua..t.r. on the lowerfloor Ma*r'Cllsls <>.. t H Wetherbee.Inspection-----
Ing up. saves aswella, (, f..bruarl., MILLER .JR.. insuring better building I In every Admlnlatrator E.tate'of Jam*. to the Town of Klaalmme avenue All ready for. oc W I Barber, commission.,..*..., 247.77 Owen L nler. work -..._..._ 6!."o
; W.. Miller Deceased City. belnr a part of the North-half cupancy. See J.' M.- Wllleon or Or. C L Randy Commission.------- "W B Maklnaou? ..... 13.91 e
way. And our prices spell. economy W. R. CRAWFORD Attorney. of the Southeast quarter of Section i K. U. C. Watson of Wataon-Hall H R-Uale. building: chimney... 16.00 Jame Peterson work ....,....' 1.00: Iy
'time'. Orlando. Florida. *-lt Twenty-one (II) In Township Twentyfive Manufacturing. ; Company, Klaalm- W H Jones, haullnic.__.-..*.-.. '.00 tie, R Godwin, work............ If.II
every
.... ..,. CALL FOR WHITE PHltlARV. ::HIKCi . Jl'On-nF.NT-T..o CTV Thraahr palntln....-,.., ..00Val Art Bronaon, work _....-...,. ....
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I" ;; TION. )Sated DCarcliTii2r furnished fiats, and.. .r and Light Plant_..-...... II.0'X.upfef Dan Keen. work ........ '..0' s
MILTON PLKDOER. one five-roomed cottage unfurnl.hod. and Prth, haullns-.t. 10.00 Mlamll..a.a '

'WOODWARD LUMBER YARD The city executive Special Mater.KRIBBS I All modern Improvement. H. Root R I ld l Co... material..,.?. 40.13Flemlng : T L Comer Judge 'juv. court:-.. 11.tt
commute of the A STEED, C. Stanford. ll-tf and ion, mule feed 44.'0 Ernest Shiver .a'... warden-;. (9.0
. ,Telephone 220 "white man'. party" In the city of Counsel for Complainant 11-St W B HanU! gao and oll,4.iL\ .i, _55.44 J L peed cop....!..* lOO.oe
Klaitmmee hereby call .and provide for WANTED. David! -Baa car pauper.aa.oo W K Hanged. araa and oll,.... -II 1Lupfer .
KISSIMMEE : : FLORIDA holding a "white m'an'a" primary elec NOTICE OF MA"TER'$ SALK. Woodward Lumber Co. material 40.00: *v Prather. r.palr..u? l.lfIt i
.lion to be held In the City of KUilm- I WANTED--Man with car to sell low. C O McCoakl ...ulln<<.--.*.'...- --' '.00 R Farmer feed of .,prisoner '".... mce In compliance with the lawa of In the Circuit Court of the Seventeenth priced Ora ham tires; 1110 per week Wennr ac Sawyer, uppllr.*..__ '.tl4 L R Farmer.- aervant at lallll.oe
the hi*t. of Florida said primary to Judicial Circuit of thtk 8tat of with commlanlon. Oraham Tire' KUslmrne Tel Co., rent___-- u 10.60 L R Farmer coat E ItollR ce' (.(.
be during the hour fixed, bv law Florida. In and for.Osoeola County. In Company 417 Boulevard .nton .ly 10 1. Love, witness .- -.--.-..,. ins
1 N11.D'S-BATlIS for the holding oC election on Saturday Chancery: John F.: House, Complain Harbor. .Mlchteran. X Candler i..U.b.: Co., lumber_._ 107.01 E O Van. 'Agnew wltn**...... !...
March 4. I81L for the nominationof ant, versus E. L. Lesley, et al, Res. M Orlffla. work .--r---------, ___ 11.16 W H Harrla witness_ ." t.tie\ . '
enndidatee for city ejlectlve offlcea pondent: Notice Is hereby given by WANTED To whand.. 10_ ... -.TRasa.work.srarc32.00. Oaceola nardwar' ':-Co., .uppllei' ili.t*
Bert For Many. DUeties be voted for at the general election Xtoe ..und.ralgnsdasSpeclaIMuter, -411"8.fj'lne." Address: "A. care J R Baa, ...crku------- II.0 H C Stanford aupplle*.........' 10.01
to he h.lct-trr-saltt+l'ftp'"Klaalmanee heretofore appointed In the above of The Gazette, Kllmm 10-ltx Hemp Mass, work ..___.u___ 14.60 Susie Murphy witness ,,._..... 1.0'
on Saturday. M.reh IS, KM.l cause, that pur.uant to a final decree Clint Simmons, work _,-_ ... Hull Rogers. witneese.,,.-' l.oa "
Good baths with water direct from < ..Uf........ .f 1':1: __... entered In thl* cause on the lit day KB rORD DAY Ifl KI8S1MMKBVANTEr Osorola Hardware Co., material lUg Eva Hoiror.., .......... ..0.'
medicinal well Opep Tuesday Those, and only tho..i persons shall of March. A. D. 192!. I shall offer foraale M Kats' Son. .eppll.n__.? 11.00 Albert Cooper, witness. ..-.,.? 2,00Will
be permitted to vote at or participate and sell at' public outcry for cash \ i-To J C Griffin chimney. irons....,. Johnson witness .-._....:; 1.00 a''
Thursdays, Saturdays, from ,9:30: a. In, the management of maid primary In band to the vhlghest bidder > hear from owner of Roy llass. work, -___'.. _..____ 1'.60 Milton Pledger, fees .: : .0.0'.
m. to 5:00 p. m. A short drive from election who are white electora. whoth..lr front door of-.the Court House'ItJI good ranch State.. cashDMinneapolis. Albert H..... work _.:.-,___. 14.71 Jessie D. Klelnman, cbarjustle0 .
Kissliumee .' declare, adherence to the principle slmmee. Osceola Florida, on ifornngale. Do. Buah Lewis Patterson) work .. __ .__ (.00 of peace court ._-..-..--..-. 11.11
j and organization of the "white.man'." Monday the Id ,&oyunr' April. A. I>. I 4-lltx W B Maklaion.-supplies.___ 16.40A L R Farmer. cot court (Uu- .- '

(party In the city of '.!-.T'i.: whoarc 1521. during the legral hour. of sale, .. Davidson pier*________-- 11.40 tlo* peace) ...._-...._.e30.08
e. Orders for- the water may be left by th..lawe or the city ; the following described property situate MISCELLANEOUSSECOND Mla. .>.n....*>.>. Jessie 1*. Klvlnman. cot court .. "
at residence 614 street m.* lawful electora, who have on or In' Ocet>la County. Florida vi.: Orantham Furniture Co. supplies. l.tit Jutle peace) .__.."--_-,.v. 17.61
Patrick wr.before. February 15. 192 lII"d Wit West-half of the" Northwasf quarterof HAND GOODS! bought old Valley Ossett. legal printinglt.il/ William Cooper ft Nephewa. '- --' tb.
-/ :poll taxes for thn year the Northeast quarter (WH of and repaired The Caalno.tI Bt Cloud ;Tribune print BL notice 11.00 cattle dip _.--cw..___- t........ +
who have rlterpd'' up to and Includ- NW% of NK%) and ", ..Lhal! of' Dr-H lirtnaon. examinallon-'Mrs; : ; Southern Cay-Mfg Co. Intereat!: +
CHAS. NEID OwnerTelephones'Offlce lag March 4. 1811.. and who pledge North half of Southwest quarter of LOST Susan Yates 1.00 oirten time warrant....._I_J 100.0
themaelve to abide by the remit of Northeast quarter of i . Stroup Frank---------------. 11.00 People Bank of Saint Cloud.
said) primary election And vote for the 8WK of NKVi) Of\Section :1l"t.J Johnston A Oarrett, coat depositCounty interest on 11 tl mewarants6100.*
nominee thereof at. the ensuing cityelection. (II). Township-Twenty-five. (25) South, LOST-Tire. rim. and number 4 ftl2C. va. ins. Co.-'..--__... 60.00 ;
of Range Twenty.nln (It) E..t. !con.talnrnir Reward for return. Address. : C. B. People Rank of 8t .Cloud, When the bowels aN coaUye..be
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ca..u.......* .f Ca.dldsteThose Thirty (10) acre, more or Is**. Colllna Pro pec t" Park Rout No.. (, loan to revenue fund.-..__.-1(00.00
: ferment
I No. (1; Rra- and only those peraon hall Dated 1st day of March, ISlt. Tampa Florida. x People Bank of St Cloud Int.. 10.00 waite matter producing
Idencc. No 111. be permitted to become. candldaterfor Z. BASS I l1o'aleou..eondltlon that is disagreeaWe. .'
office to be voted for In said LOST 8TKAYED, LEFT flOMRWHERJIJ Rj W<>r [
Hour: ':'0' to 11:00: ; 1.00 to 6:00: election, who pledge themselves primary. In Special Maater.KRIBBS -lIiy heavy black rainproof coat. It O W Ahton' foreman.. _100.00 To remove the impurities quickly
writing abide by the result of ..14 a: STE1BU ll-lt wa. one of 1hoo for which the frov Hat Johnston, beef : :::::= 7.00 a dose of Herbine Is needed. It does

DR. B. L. W1LKERSON primary election and support the Counsel for Complainant. eminent paid 128.11 to some grafter Tayolr. System mule feed.591.09 the work thoroughly Western Un. Tel Co. '.U
E"'I'I.T under nominee the thereof law. of the who State are ef qualified Flortda NOTICE. ] Of CHANGE Or BDSINE8H but V.r.OII..t I bought a this far one lower of George price(-and W. J beater digging ditch meaae_.______ l'.no .- 60
and the Ibrd know. how much .ha .
oltv of "Klmlmme to hold office. of the only
virtue undersigned acquiring -
Office Over Th, Re'xall Store. j M4 .f Ofarea t. a. Filled By ownership of all the outtandIn made out of It. Anyway. I'd like It
Each elector In the city of Klealm- -no matter where It wa. found If -
tock of the New. Eden Plantation
rae* qualified to, vote In sal. *prlmary Company, a Florida Corporation withheadquarter ,t I. In as rood. condition a* whent .
4 election .hall have the right te vote In Kllmmee, hewill strayed ill a reward. See ,
In said primary for: Thorndyke, at office of. The Oasett
take all th
personally over propertyof
One candidate for 11-ttx
mayor. the Corporation and will conductthe
I One candidate. for clerk and tax col- "
BOYE'- A WARD lector. business' formerly;; conducted In the 1
name of the New Eden PlantationCompany ,
One candidate for treasurer.Two POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
a* of date. of January first
REAL ESTATE candidate for member. of City 1821. The underpinned" will a..um..11 e;
Homes Farms Groves I Council for two year each and one Indebtedaea of the said Corporationand rOil COUNCILMANI .
candidate for member of City Councilfor f
will collect all motile due theCorporation. i. .'
Undeveloped Lands City Lots one year.
Five member of execatlve committee will be. a candidate for City Councilman -
Over Postofflce. for one / WILLIAM HAHMAN for the two year. term In the
Tla year.F.r 4tmlltyiaar Care of P. O. Box 691, approachlnir'white primary and will ,

Each person d..lrlnjr to hare. nl t. It-It Ktaalmmee. "'Iorlda'i appreciate the elected of the voters of Call 'Phone }
name, printed on the primary election Kleilmmcp. If I shall g-o Into :
ballot a. a candidate for any city office C'lHf'UIT OIJIIT, IIIC"E'TF.E'TH': '!office; with no promlae to aay one, ;
ahall file with the chairman of 'ji''I>ICIAI. CIHCIIIT. or FL.ORIIA. IN land will perform my duties without .1 ;
ANI> FOR OaCROI.A] COUNTY. IN .
or favor.
JESSIE D. KLEINMAN this 21. 111.committee hi. notice, on or of before candidacy February and I-HANCKHV.] *%llllaea Vew*. ('..- T. N. CLARK. .../. ;:. "

application to have hla name ao printed .1....... ".. S.aI. A. W.od. Defemel.t. It..r ..L::.l ......
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Copying S'tenocrapblc.'WorltPhone upon n blunfe- to be furnlrhed by u VOIt COUNCILMAN :" :r,( '; . :
the ckalrman of thin committee and herewith present my name aa a can .
accompanied b)' the amount ef his aaaeaamcnt. On Monday, th&d'dRY of-April. 1(22. didate for nomination for the position .'
253. State Bank Building a* specified below and ne I I the. defendant. Susie A. \Vooil.,4 of repaired -'of''" councilman of the City of Klaalmiraee 1fIt
name nf any such candidate hall be to appear" to thin Bill yom-I] ., subject to the action of the prl.'mary ... > I,.
printed upon or counted or returned plaint hero ni I election to be held. on Saturday " "> .\
It printed upnrl any such ballot un- 'I It U ordered that this nrdre be pubillahed 'March 4, 1D22. If chosen 1 will strive e .'
'
Irma thin provision shall have been onee a weekfor four consecutive to conduct the business of the city 4 ('" ,:;,
compiled with. week In' The Klaalmmee Valleyllasetle a* well aa 1 have my own '
l-'orBa .. Bsll.trThe I' weekly ..Florida.WITNI'1SS : punllih- J. M. HANSKLL. , ."1"" '. '
voting In said primary eleetlnn ed In Oaceulu County; 'J.I' .-
WE MOVE THE ;iEARTHt hand end seal this II I .
shall bo by flat and **eond choice my I ron MAVOH r, J. '
'"" 110'. In compliance. with. the provisions 28th day of February 1822. I herewith announce myself aa a can s
( Anything On Top The Earth of the elate primary law, nnd J. L. OTKHSTREET. didate for re-election to the poaltlon .
the name of the candidate fop vneh Circuit 1 Court Seal of Mayor of Kl..lmmee. subject to the ..:! i

office hall be printed on the "''all tIn ll-6t __ .Clerk Circuit: ..( 'irl.__ primary to.be held. on Hatur..y.lII.rc.. ':,, .....j... -
YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS alphabetical order. I 14. 1933. I will I add that If my admin .
( aa.s .( Itelarn* istration during the'current year has I' fo.'I"/ '. .
Or Anything That Can Bo Moved The committee shall ,meet-- at 1 'met the approval of the voters of this .. "',,"."'-" .,' ,
o'clock p. m. on the 4th day of March THE ] city I ahall be ,pl.a..d -to receive- their { .
SIn the City Council chamber ofthe i r CLASSIFIED COLUMNFOR support at a canUnaprimary, pledgrlnaimyeelf of"-\ .'
.Get price before having .
our your city of Klaalmmee and publicly to give the same careful work .
done. canvass the 'return. th accordance that has marked. my term of offloe. ,,'
hauling wltb the declare y electloa I law of Florida SALE M. R. MAY .. Y1is;1'1'I' ] ;'A1. } ;t
and what candidate I havebean
r nominated for ,reach office voted FUR MAYOR / '
W. 8'JONESjTRAMSFER COMPANY for, and the chairman and ....cr.tar"lot BUSINESS OPPOsVrPNITIMB .' JfSo the People May Know w.

this committee within two day I m.i' ; Upon th* .oll.t't'in ef my frlet.il ...... > : :
PHONE 1,-3 thereafter shall certify the name of SEVERAL I tract 'from t to .1 t have decided to make the race for ,1"1P '" "

er !.... Orefer.. O. *.la HarJtfmr, c. those candidate receiving the nomination acre close to City limits; favorable mayor oft; the City of Klaalimnee, and ''' ;'',' .,
.9 for any office to the city authorities > payment; good land. If elected'I prom I... to de ,mr duty to '. \., '. ,I'" 1'. .
..,. of Kllmme aa the nominees 8PLHNU1U 1% acre place with .good the beat of my ability. I will upi.re- '. ', i{ : The Valley GasetU'a desire) to te '. .' r r
--- of this party for the office to five-room house. to exchange. for, elate your support and T ..IK prove '
all the aD the time, but, '
be voted for at the general. electionto larger house. '" my appreciation ,. by my future action print news
,, DR. R. J. DENNING be held on'March 2S., 1521 FINE Improved. five-acre tract te'oxt *. unlearn items are sent In by ....., '

Ass..s_'a R land. I L. M. WHIDDBN card or letter. we cannot hope to get
DENTIST Improved .
In Wichita, I
For the purpose of defraying; the FINK property
It aU. If know of (tea .*
expenaea of the primary election. In Kansas, to exchange for Florida FOR COUNCILMAN! you any '
Over the "Po.totace. cludingthe payment oflrapector.and property worth IJ2.SOO. --- sews The Valley Oasette will be very. :
OrFICB HOURS: I to II:". 1:10 tv' clerk, printing the ballot, etc.. the MODERN homes, strawberry farms 1 am herewith .pr" atlaar my name glad to print it. '
.....4..r. Phone following asaeaanent are levied and Investments... .. a candidate for nomination at the
174.or.c. airalnat prospective candidate for she STRAWRKRRT land to rent with primary to be held on Saturday. Marsh Chsreh .
Phone 158. ". office to be filled: flowing well., 4. I.... offeringfor the one. year to \ dab, Society, Lodge! or,
Mayor five dollar. JVBMON REALTY fOM*>ANV. Oil out, theunexplred term or James. School notesi people coins sway, or, .. t

Clerk aVid Tax Collector five dollar.. 4 M. Johnaton. I''have Ionic been a resident ,. coming back; marriage, deaths '.r a .
''Treaaurer, five 'dollar BANKRUPT: 8ALB The 'entire stock herei-tind+llry' pe.prtei owi*>eI > .4 birth. Items concerning"visitant n. :.M w
Member City Council live dollar of the H. C. Stanford C.., Dry (loods. hall appreciate the support given ." "
M. TILLER l..pe lra Notions, Ladle and dents' Fur- me. and will do my beef to aid la a building operation, real estate deals, :,,t ,
The following; Inspector and clerk nishings.! Shoes Fixture, etc.. now good government'for all of KlMlmme neighbors moving la or golag out aNd tIn
are' hereby dealfrnated to conduct the for Inspection and sale.: IN- t
: open 9. B. AULTMAN.FOR fact scything that will make TIle i'' 'I
Estate aid primary election. : VfJlCK furnished upon requeat.. All
Real Agency. Inspector: John McPhatter C W bids by mall must be accompaniedby COUNCILMAN Valley Gazette mere Interesting to its! .,Y.-.K.{: :" .,> < ,
Griffin H. N. Brat ton. certified. check' for 10! % of amount .' '
MMe....--.-..-..- readers. '* ;
Clerk: A. B. Thomaa. bid. J. M. DUNCAN Traatee, KIa- I herewith prevent my narnV for '..: y.
i
Realty Bought and loIA GEORGE W. PER ON8.. Immee, Florida. nomination for the position of memberof The Valley GasetteTa motto Isi "$e '. ':;". 'i4; : ,.
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8-6t Chairman. the city council to serve the unex ; \y ,
Houses rented. FOR BALK OR RENT-Tw..nt acre : term of James M. Johnnton, *uh* the People Hay Know, and to 'that ,. ?
Taxes and Titles Verified ; riOTIfB OV HRfllftTIIATIO'V! vegetable land under fence: .lx lest to the action of the primary to beheld end we ask your eoK>pratlen. ,,< ,
paid acres under cultivation; etfrht-ronm" on Saturday March '4. Many feel. 1
for non-reiidents. Notice I I. hereby given that the ragIstrallon bungalow and large barn. 13arraln. that my work on the council has beenof : ' ; ::. )
hooka of Oaceola county Address: Poatofflce Box (0*. Saint ouch a nature that tho city will be I boost .:.
Fire. Life and Accident laeu Florida I will be, open at the office ofthv Claud. x benefited by continuing my term for 'Help us Kissimmee" .'
supervisor of rcKlatratloiT- theKati another year: and If the voter hold , "
"' ranee.Indemnity. tore, Kllmmee, Florida on Fort 8ALK' --One 12-honepower. Redwing the aam.stboHKht. I shall he glad te- r
.
Monday. March 0, 1912. and will coaitlnue receive
Bondi. two cylinder, four cycle, marine their. aupport.A. S,
I to remain each weekday'until : enRrn In flrat-claa condition.RoKer 14. OILBBRT.:
'ni"S'.t I II
dn :v. May 8,
A, .lone.Ill Main street.Jncbaonvllle .
...4. ... .OO. OOOONe .. from S:8v: a. m. to 4:00: p. m. Florida. 12-ltc run COUNCILMAN 2 .f''
I I Hetfl.trtlon hooks will also be opened -

In the various precinct throughout yon SALB.-Eleven and oae-half acre, I have qualified a* a candidate before "' '
the county from Monday. March 6.JK22. all cleared and fenced on brick road the coming" primary to be held t '>
te and Including Mon 'P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEYATLAW 1*. 1822.I trees on tract ....,two'arly all In bsarlnn.llalance a* councilman of Kllmmee. for
I Any qualified elector ivhone. name I.I of land suitable for tr..-.. In a two year term and hall appreciate / ..... .
rut now on the registration book may one of the best citrus sections of Oceola *- the support which I feel 1 the votern
OFFICES' ren later. county. Price: M750... Will take will give me at that time I am willing -
E. n. KA 1'7.
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to stand upon the record I have
late model Ford touring
car as part
Winter Park Florida 10-41 Supervisor. of Rettlstmtloii." -? payment. A. H. Uennl, at Gazette made: durlntr my official I career. I believe "

office. Iff-tfx( I In a clean, economical, and progressive -- . . . -' \
I ,.A,.0.t.1'I' f HOCL/\M \TKtN t adminlHtration. and *o pledgemyself i
I) by the power vented In If elected I ask the generalsupport. ..
Cf.'J. BKK: FORD DAY IN KISSIMMKK
1 me. I. It. May, Mayor of thecity I Best Fertiliieri Insecticides Sprayers Poaftry'Sepplia; ,
of Kl..lmmee. Florida, do hereby, an- J. W. THOMPnON.'
flounce, proclaim and declare, that an FOR HALF Nursery trees; lime tngcrlnvs Hoaest Goods Fair Price. ., Prompt Shlpasaat 1.
,
election will I "be held at the city hall In early and late oranges, FOil ('otllU'II.ItIA" Ask Your'Neighbor He Knows '
.
CITYMEATJARRET and arrapefruit. You should have I
HHI| | city durlnathe legal hour of .
: : voting, on the 15th day of March A. of each An your yard. We will d.-I I hereby announce my candidacy for E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. JacluoaTille, Florida -
1>. 1821. for the of electing, liver. William H. Overholtier Nar-
purpose i\ ; the position of councilman of Klsslm-
the following officer- for the term of coossee. Florida. llTltx| me., nubject to the action of the. voters Get December! 1921, Reload Price Lists before buyiBf. New, farmUkmg r4J,

one year, via: I of the city'at' the prltnarV to beheld .
One Mayor. FOR HALE Or Trade-Nineteen thoroughbred on Haturditv.. March 4. I w 4. On Clerk and Tax Collector.One Brown Leghorns, excellent I also announce that 1 am endorsed by

Treasurer. layera. Or will" exchange ; the member of the- Woman's Club,and . _ ._ _ I
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the of onual number of heavier breed. $01'I --- - - -
A1Q to nerve for term one I will appreciate such other support a*
Fresh Meat and to fill the unexplred term of J. R. Dennis Uaaette office may be given me at .'. o; '
: If.a5'0 .ton. realarne.: I MRS. M. E. TURNRR.CO"'U".IO A. _
.. COMPANY -.
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One member of the slits council. FOR SAL1-HolI. and lot, farms. -- .. MARTIN SEED- -- 1 1OLDIIIIT -
Also to, serve for the_ mpl..1\IV1I ,, OY.-I'lr.. ... .Umb.iv.e o.-- Be*-me: IN' FLORIDA 'T
--- Vegetables .-.- ''''YI''rI at the old.. State Bank .building--- J. Ritl'! PiAivriAi.TATKMBNT AND LAHOBST SEED HOCSB r .
.
i Two member of the city council. M. Duncan. Manager.. l-tfo '. ion FEBRUARY JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
I I hereby. appoint. O. W. Onlffln, .H. ; I bw
N. Bratton R. p. Quloe. a* Inspector*, FOR SALE-Fin* residence property. The tax collector's report showed MARTEN'S HY TEST SEEDS
\..w Phone 44 and A., E Thomas a* clerk of aald Apply at the office of The Valley IS&to collected'for license, and 111 .
election.In Qacette. .Kissimmee. S-tf collected for poll tax Arc Knew For Quality
witness. whereof I have hereunto. depository report showed the ,

set my hand aa Mayor of said city FORD DAY. SATURDAV. MARCH J8 foj'i'I balances In various fund Seed,Corn, Beans, Peas; Pepper, Eggplant, Watermelon Cantaloupe, ;
and caused the seal of sold city to be February 1MI:,' Tomatoes Cucumber Co Forage and Field Seeds.
', this 14th of February Revenue ;.1. 1 ..____.$ 41,11 Potatoes ,: wpeas,
affixed day ,
\. REAL WOLFHIPE BENEFIT hereunto FOR 8A&B -At a sacrifice; sny .bu.Jrgalow Information. ,We carryall ,
and Price List will full
brad Our Catalogue give
A. l."' home. Partals furnished ifdeelred Road and i..e-..,...-.._ UOI.'S '
--- H. R. MAV.8EAL 'Lot 100x110; feete'dbrner. Kin andfdlfitiH" --!I..r. ...- 141.17 varieties of garden field and farm seeds that hare been tested

DenvW-" City, ffebraskev With ( ) Mayor : Death In family reason for selling. Tick eradication .._-.-
stores closed the countryside enmnte Attest. City of 'Kissimmee.I.It.OILRERT Cash ojily. Call at 1004 Mabbette Fair ...--.?,--- ordereri'ca" of experience enable) us to handle the Florida Seed busineaa adjantage. -' '
/ a Paid warrants were Q
wheeling over- street. Mrs. Ida Broughton. .-u
and the piano City ClerU. li-tt ed from the various fund aa follows ..
.rya .
head 'to dlrf'd'the attack the AmerIcan : FOR SALa-. 'rent at 'reasonabl General *revnu .._-._.._.|I6ll.tl : ; SPRING CATALOGUE ,, ,
Legion at &."'tI'..City Nebraska NOTICR 0.'' MA.TER'rn MAI.BIIn y Road 'and .. 20411
,price; best located h... la the clt.l'
; torfellure------- '
wolf and coyote furnished '' .contain* Bin. Fine slid: ,. '714.II Martin's Sprinr Catalogue Is now ready.'Writ., ) for' It.
staged a. record the Circuit Court of thv'Beven- ... ;' Located room Fair ,' ___.-_.i...;.....:....- IOFOCCp.ola3pe interested. Florida and : should avail- ,-
of; .: hunt,' for, the benefit of the farmers. teeath Judicial Circuit of the State of bath. on larar eornerlot. I .*- .__... .. lll.eo > sprint .unna.reroJH! '
a: '
; with fruit and shade '
In and for Oaceola County. frv Address bills 'ezamta.d. selves of Information contained- our descriptive eataJogiM. Supplied -, a: ,
:' Tbe f thii pelts went to Florida.' .1 The following were '
'
,.. <(, money or. In Chancery t B.. B. Owen aa Receiverof 1 :- Lt .R &qulr..1tI.? '* 1Dee.; ; approved and ordered paM: FREE on request to those who send in their names promptly.Writ4Kfo ''r,
1. -
ne.dy_. exsoldiers.k(; ; The Water Carson Grocery Com. ll'tfe ; it Fall, blfoirg.atltlaa'and ,'plie.off 'all seasonable .-t,
today. ; ,
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, .. Zburnimmedi! pan). a corporation-Complainant.. ii'L: i> .rdtre.yoonm1g'l.a'JO.Od .. ; ; _
''*.V od'plah'io sue ,Arthur, B. 'Or*.n, et \
iri* > by .th and N. Trei>as*\ Card*. ,lf f eommleTor 1LMA COMPANY>> ,
result eats Notice- 1.'b.r.b11IVeft.. : ... H.Wetberbee. : E/ MAI -. ,
that each TIle ... .
,'1'' aUlyall oft the trimmings vndrUrnd a. .., here- eeatr at.. Os..,tto .f. >Bai ooramlaaloaerll.O A. :

.t" famprunJvg'tneipnd.Mnea.sATOatDAViMSRCBj1S; ... ioor IappoUtA.la. >tb*; above, can., .-_ ..e.totrCUID W,O '.sfcCleltana. .commiaeloner. .'.N 22-2<* East Bay Street. .IN'SEED'_ Pae... 42T7=: 1231. I I,
that .r.uant to a anal d..ree entered I'L O'.trtr clerk 4k aadltor. 1UUIA. -

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EIGHT THE ,KISSHIMEE VALLET WEn; FRIDAY., MARCH 3, 1922WSSIIWEE ,;'f ..., "

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room. The tables wen' tastefully arI DISTRICT. CONVENTION A MAGNIFICENTSHOWING .e- ...... ..... . J
/ t ( ( GROCERY ranged with yellow and green flowers. WAS MOST' SATISFYING G OF A WONDERFUL EVENtKI.slmmee ,' "* //It ""
and foliage Small baskets of bonbons '
carried the'place cards All the The Osceola 'county district W.- C wiii'b. ''given .the opportunity Watch ThiSpace' Each.'Wee. ,i, :, tY
.Aeroi Frew! Osceola County Bank: appointment were very attractiveand T U. held its 'tenth annual convention next Thursday and Fridayof v
displayed' the artistry' and deftness last Friday at the Baptist witnessing the Jack Dempeey "

r The Cut Price Store of Miss Orpba Rose. The guest hurch' and Miss Eleanor Overstraet Georges Carpentier fight, from a ringside For Barfuu, F.uJ at s .
were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sanderson, /was declared medal winner. Fortyor seat 'The showing of the .pic ,
Emily May and John Sanderson, more delegates were in attendance, better.
tures at the Casino' will be
v Mrs hansom, Mr, and Mrs Ed Dol- from Saint Cloud. Mrs.J E., Riley,,, really, than attending, fight: which .. h
'" Kellogg Corn Flake,, pkg.___.___9c ley of Mount Vernon, Ohio, and Mr. district president), of Saint Cloud,, was staged in Jersey City last year. ,A. S. Gilbert's Bargain Counter

2> .ad< Mrs. Jack Simpson of Fair bury, presided 'ever the day sessions and Through th.'e'e of the' camera, or,
:Shredded Wheat, pkg _____-.,._ / Nebraska ""I Mrs Zwingle Smith, of Saint Cloud.'!. '
rather through the eye of twenty .)' ,
d Kellogg'i Cooked, Bran,.pkg_____22e over the evening meeting'; ,Report* ('Bmeraa. for there were that many on ..,.
SUNDAY EVENING PROGRAMAT
from various departments proved the the iob, the. audience is given in the r
r Fancy White Bacon, lb--------17c THE, BAPTIST CHURCH work to be in .a ,'ery'progressive '
short of bur the most ''
space. one i ,Special for Saturday fcaJ. M..dy
o .Smoked Breakfast Bacon Ib____28c At the Baptist church: Sunday evening state, with no lagging in any field of comprehensive view of the 'great
commencing'at 6:45, thq B..Y. endeavor. Mrs. Eversole. of Saint sporting event that 'it .wo possibleto I .
Macaroni: ,and Spaghetti p-g____9c P. U. will render an interesting pro. Cloud, presented the _Flower Mission attain. yon.ES-Yatuecp 3ge

fancy Corn. 2 cans____-2Sc'Granulated gram and a general invitation ex. work in avery able manner. TJ1epresldpnt"s A' the ,torv'of the championshipcontest .
tended to the entire public to be message, touched along tells, the fight was not a
Sugar, Ib _____,.__,61/SEC. present. It will be in the"lIature,of the lines of needed dress reform- bloody,' brutal battle!, but 'demon' .

Beam 3 lb .. ___ ____ .-2Sc a devotional meeting, and the theme emphasizing the thought' that immodest stration of boxing between the best '
Wavy will be "The Will and The Way.." dress is an incentive, to immorality men of the old and new world. The PHONE 35 JOHN A. ERlCKSON_, JRW Manager.

; :'Lima Bean. ;;? Ib*_____________25e The leader will be Miss Irma Over. ; that mothers are responsible actual battle was Attended by many fooot. *. .

: Eyed--Peas--3--lbs-25c".street.- The programBlbli : for the attitude of' ,,youths,who women, nearly: a third of the audience oooooo.o o .oo !!!!!O oooo. .o.ooo..oo...
reSding;; PhiJe ion-f'1iia.::; seemingly ignore air Testralntrthat being from the-gentlerseX. and _

Me.l and Grits 10 Ib.________'_25c Evelyn Overstreet. the W. C. T. U. is the mother of pro- the pictures, in ell 'of the towns -- '
I, I. The Will to do DeterminesWhat hibition and has a right to. look after where',they have been shown up to ..o.oooo.o.oooooooo..ooooooo.oo..ooo..o..t.... to.
to Do-Bob Sphere. her household. Mrs. Riley called I date have been attended bv womenin ..
We Also Sell i j 'II. Those Who- Bolk at The Be- attention to the fact that thirty organizations almost the number that they were '

ginning'often Fail Completely-Ben have thoroughly organiz. attended hv The picture '
CHICK FEED AND DAIRY FEED i Do ten. ed with the specific purpose of overthrowing I la women men.because of the fact appeals To The'Voters of Kissinlee' I

III. The Motive Power of A Man's the Eighteenth amendment. I that it <...h*s every angle of the great .
I, Soul is His Will-Nina Sutton. Address of Rev. R. F. Hodnett, of contest from start to finish including ,

IV. The Man With A Will Blasts Kissimmee, on "Woman's responsibility the dieting of the participants, their :=

--|IN SOCIETY'SREALM -The;-Way- -rA-W to Success-Fred yn 1l1de'A:1WJiIIJames Lupfer.V : i -trelrlinlt'1'01'cetu"I1rwartlme1r.Election in politics," was a scholarly ad._preparation and the many.for.details the. of titctar the occasion contest sale ,% eair- ice: '.$- --.g.- e'-=---ar- '"

M. Johnston. I of officers, resulted in which even those who were in the
VI. Vocal duet, "Night Bells"- choosing Mrs. J, E.. Riley, St. Cloud, nearest seats did not see. I AM A CANDIDATE
..OFFICE'OF
.. DOLLAR DAY BROUGHT Albert Sutton and Elizabeth Waring.' president; Mrs. M. V. Boyer: Kis I FOR
DOLLARS AND ONE HALF simmee, secretary; Mrs. Zwingle KOIID nAY CATVIIDAY.MAr541I' ,: 1M CITY COUNCILMAN :
AT THE. .
RICH mill l\l IN KIIII 5IMNF.nBUILDING i I" .. : ;
The Presbyterian Missionary So. Smith, of Saint Cloud, treasurer At
r cltty was pleasantly entertained nt I I FUND.RALLYr' the noontide prayer service Mrs., W. 'SUCCESS ONLY REACHED MERCY OF THE VOTERS,. BOTH

the House Monday after- H. Drench o f Kissimmee sang INTELLIGENT LABOR .
noon.Chapter, when Mrs. W. U. Makinson WAS FOUND SUCCESSFUL "Sometime;" Mrs. Bull, of Ohio, recited !I MALE AND FEMALE.. AT THE PRIMARY r 3
"Crossing the Bar;" and Mrs. When M. D. Casler came to Kis
and Mrs M. E. Turner were hostess TO BE HELD SATURDAY
w. es. Followingthe usual business Last Sunday morning without much Brady, of Saint Cloud, voiced the simmee Rome eleven years ago he ,
matters the "dollar day" feature was preliminary} endeavor" aside from believing prayer. I was totally ignorant!: of all the conditions MARCH 4. IF ''ELECTED I PROMISETO
prayer, the sum of nearly The banquet at the Newby Inn
brought/ in which proved most in- attached to intelligent farming
three th'lusand dollars was pledged a feast- of good things. Such a the DISCHARGE THE DUTIES,
t.eresting--wlth each donor telling t gave find /gardening. Even up to OF
for the
P how she had earned the coin. The I I two years to apply on new merry crowd of over one hundred- present time he admits very gracious THE OFFICE
church TO THE
enterprises and property of such soft sweat music the r BEST OF MY
during
total receipts of the "dollar day" ly that he"has not yet learned it all: .
event were $26.50.ENTERTAINED the Pentecostal church. dinner hour by Misi Patsy Makinson, hut he inn-iie so good a success with ABILITY-WITH EQUAL RIGHTS TO
This
is considered remarkable when
Miss Nina Sutton and Mrs. R. G. the first tract of land he bought that
I S FOR one considers the comparatively small: Minick. The round table was replete it was not long before he secured an- ALL. SPECIAL FAVORS 'TO NONE.
"DEPARTING FRIENDS yet growing congregation, Rev. R. with humor, pathos and good cheer. other-and this week has just bought
I I). Walker He thanked
Monday evening at the Aultman says. many Miss Minnie Neal state president. his third acreage. This latter is whatis
1" home, 817 Broadway, Mrs.. S. B. Ault- friends who, although not formally told of the coming Golden Jubilee in known as the "Joe Sears tract" on
man and Mrs.. Harry Dale entertained : identified with the movement, are 1926-when we hope to have one million -: Oak street. He has shipped this j. M. HANSELL ; l
deeply interested in the work of
a in honor of Miss Ruth Howell and up. dollars and one million members. week one car of cabbage as a !
lift through Christ and his church. boon
Already the million dollars is raised*"I :
Miss Upham both of whom were The starter, and will be rolling po ,' ,
about to -leave Kissimmee. The affair I Faithful meeting was an interesting one. Florida was the first state to send tatoes. Mr. Casler is one of the men 00000000000000.. ,;, .
was a pleasant one-.and among workers were urged to a continuance In her apportionment, and Kisnim- who has made rood for he hi not '. .
the guests were Rev and Mrs J. G. I in well-doing notwithstanding : I mee was one of the first unions to afraid to go at the business with a -- r
t y Waggoner, the Misses McCoskey '' difficult work in the past. I meet the obligation. She also said real disposition. "There is no better MORE INTERNAL REVENUE 1"i11

Misses Rhea Pherieo. Ruth Herhell.1I SKF FOIID I>AV IV KINftlMMKK I that Kissimmee is, expected to lead place in the world In which to
it :Jackonette; Aultman, Lillian Hansen;; I, the state in the drive for the one make a !living from the greund.; he DETAILS ARE NOW GIVEN

are .Mesdames Wood and Mclnnisr Mes- DEATH OF AGED WOMAN million members. Mrs. Paddock gave nays, "provided aaa.* will go at the This statement is issued by the
Ar srs. Fay and Aultman. OF THE PIONEER DAYS a toast on the Value of your Name work systematically and use goodi I I collector of internal' revenue, D. T.
-Mrs. Moseley, of Kissimmee, on. judgment. And I ran prove this assertion s
, d PATRIOTIC PARTY I The death of Mrs. Rachel Sylvester "Then and Now" followed by Rav 'i i,I to anyone who'll come and see I Gerow, of Jacksonville: ,
R' :PROVES PLEASINGThe in her eighty-eight year occurred W. H. Drench, who captured the audience :, what I've done.* ices Compensation in for personal serv-
: Patriotic Party given by Mr. with his timely remarks. Milton I the form of salaries, wage, .""'!1
and Mrs. William Barberof Alliance,-I Pledger/ profi2f' ting attorney, BAND CONCERT PROGRAM comniiiieion, fees, tips, bonuses and
Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barber mad a stirring appeal on "The nev-J pensions form the principal item in
I Monday evening, and funeral services t
FOR AFTERNOON the
SUNDAY of .
,.of Canton, Ohio proved to be avery were held on Tuesday by Rev. W E. of Co-operation." Mrs. Jessie Klein-I returns millicns of taxpayers.As -A
:pleasant affair. I twas given MurpheJ), who is now conducting I man won the audience in her happy Under the directorship- of J. D. i a general rule, all such 'incomei [ '
to tax. However
subject there
at the home of Mrs. A. W. Winn at gracious. pledging more active
at the
services Second Baptist way Wood!>t'<<< the following program will are exceptions with which the tax.
221 Orlando avenue; and the church. Interment service. The happy hour was close
among was made at be rendered Sunday afternoon commencing The Shock
the
in interest self
., entertained and the world the payer of as well ,
truest "Allround
- t were Mr. Pleasant Hill cemetery on Tuesday by singing/ at four o'clock: the .
i ;"JMrs. Boyles Mr. and Mrs.: C. B. following services nl the house. The ribbon white is twined." \Iafch-The! Typhoon..W. G. Yale himself.as government'- -,- should-- -" famllarize----- .
Cram, Mr. and Mrs. Steele, Mr. and remains were cared for by the I The afternoon service opened by a Overtureo--"Mornin.rr. Noon and ,
-e Mra.tIL.R., Dale Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Thompson Undertaking Company.Mrs. beautiful praise service led by' ROT..J. and Night in Vionn "_.F. V. !' Salaries paid to its officers andemployees k
'Maklniont Mrs. M. M. Summers', Mrs. Sylvester was a native of . H. Waggoner of the Christian A Woodland Glade_upQeCapriceIn subdivision by thereof"a state or "political of Loss '}
(city, town
: Miss Mae'Winn. Florida-her parents having remov- church. Mrs.. Dave Lander of Kis .1'___________,__________Holmes county or hamlet) are exempt from ','j'F"ue
: ed to this state from Valdosta simmee, graciously welcomed the visiting -
,
i
MEMBER GeorJ J, Selection-From G. Donizitti'sOpera taxation. Fees received
EACH GROUP by a notary
doe die
lfia, some before the Indian delegates and asked that the unexpected. ThasJt efneariar
'' years "Lucrezia Bergia": ___. it
', public commissioned
1:$ ENJOYING KISSIMMEE I by a state are
I I war-and she left many relatives to !{' slogan be: "You can count on me. ____________ Theo. M. Tobanni
.. Mrs .. W. d;' Williams and Mrs. mourn her death. 'Response by Mrs. Smith of Saint not taxable; neither are fees paid a. tke.war bane, 64 ..*. 4
TwilighLL
fat William .Badger both of Flushing, Waltzes-June L. Kinga jurors by a state orpolitical subdivision -.
New York; Miss M. Miller, of Boston; TOURING SOUTH FLORIDA I I Cloud., .Good Then Citizenship followed "What by Rev.Constitutes J.I I ( ) Moonlight _______l.Cenrad thereof. Witnesses in lawsuits : U .. .Mere I ..A ".w.r .lees!' Sew*. t
v 'and Mra.-'Frank Rhea, ,of Washing- (b) Darling ___"___:__Scheemberg ,.however, even though subpoen
j WOODALL WAS PLEASEDI A. Sutton. This splendid addresswas March- -Hail to Old Glory__...King ed body mst R.TheJIartford. '
by state's
{ <* ton D.- C.; AN spending a few weeks ably handled. "Echoes: from attorney are not considered pay
: in 'Kissimmee, and are having, they I I Frank Woodall has just'returned ether -States" brought happy respon-_Star Spangled' Banner--.:______Key employees of the state, and fees

4 term: "al splendid time.1";. Mrs. Williams i i from'''a ten-day trip to various portions see, from many tourist guesas. rare FonD DAY IN KISSIMMKBMANUFACTURING : I received, by' '.them'. are subject to tax- c ,Tire fasM-aner
,, is making her headquarters: at of the state-and' at his first The convention closed by' singing atioa."!> "
the home'of Mrs. E. 11. New COMPANY The commissions of a receiver Company I*,Absorbing thesefinancial .
George stop, Arcadia, he was one of those "BlestBe, The Tie That Binds. ,
house, at '411 Verona, while the ball who saw the young flier drop to his HERE'S'HUSTLER FORCED TO MOVE PLANT appointed by state, county or. muncl- ,'ahook* daily. -At '
'ante of the party is quartered at the death, and witnessed the entire celebration pal court are not taxable. because "

borne of Mr.,and Mrs. J. W. Thompson come to an end. Mr., Wood- 'Beans will commence"rolling:next Because' of the la'k of room lathe they are'paid-*out of the estate of.the ..the same tfnieHs.Fire 7 re-. .
.
,+22 Rase"AvenueCHARMING '. all also visited friends at Fort Myers, Monday, from the farm of. Ernest Wlllson building en Darlington ave- deceased. , vention.. Service U, ielpilngJ
""* **' at Labelle, at Palmdale,' and then Oliver' who is farming' on Dr.Christts QUJB for the carrying oa'of tie busi Salaries of federal officers and em
+ GATHERING went to Qkeechobee. From that placehe island in Lake Tohopekaliga, ness the Watson-Hall Manufacturing are subject to tax. Fees paida many to aveR these, setbacks '

GIVEN ,AT PARK, HOTEL. returned by car with Captain Clay and who hat six acres that are in- Company has leased space In the juror by the federal government < ..
:; At the Park hotel Thursday are taxable income likewise .
evenIng Johnson, who was going to "drive prime condition. Mr. Oliver has, Casino building and ho already the fees -
Mr. ,and MT. ,Grant Smith, of alow." He that the moved from the building formerly received by a referee trustees or receiver '
.S :MountVetnoo{: Ohio, were host and reports captain so, six acres of fine Irish .under the national Let a tipJoJa& i. detail. Cal 1.
4 covered the distance from Okeecho- that are nearly ready for occupied. It was the intention' *o bankruptcy er,UU- "
hostess of an enjoyable affair. A de- I bee to Klssimmee in al-1 occupy the entire Icwer fleer-of the Act: I"
330 minutesand Those who have seen these holdin '. '. .
r Hcious and I Teachers pkea. .
served dinner not
beautifully congratulated himself that the feel confident that Mr. Oliver building tut a portion was ranted for are exempt because 4
'...'WU,given)In the, Park hotelQining. I driver was in no hurry. 'make-If'ood'"wlth-) his-crops. a_.school .annex,_ engaged- .j!* educational work. Aa
--- In the new location there will bean rule the salaries paid publi i opportunity for some good publicity are exempt, but only for the


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-. visible to all who 'pas through by I Soldiers and sailors are allowed only .,
== '
= rail of the besides that the exemptions granted 'other Indi- I
,''ar'. =1 telling plant; AGENT "'
== = the newly, secured property is ,well viduals, $1,000 if ringle, or marriedand
?4i ==, -,- == lighted and this will allow a laboratory not living with wife or husband, i ,- .. s ., L, .
ES - $2,500 if married and
living with wifeor
==1 of excellent qualifications.There DRIVERS
s == = 1 will also be sufficient packing husband and the net income for SHOULD BE '

45 shipping and office room for conducting 1921 was $5,000 or less, and $2,000 if REAL MEN ,AND WOMEN
.:a 5 the affairs of the corporation_ married -end living with wife or hus I -

; KEY WEST which is bound to become one of the band and the net income was more If you drive an autossofcle. be ,
e The Bank With BURGLAR. excellent assets of the city. than $5ttO. : real man driver or, U year sevr

I' TIP TO TRAVELERSIn won't permit, be a woman driver.' If
COUNTY AGENT WILSON
the I someone overtakes you e* the ,read
EINDSBANKINBED ENTHUSIASTICALLY SAYS_ driving to Lakeland nr Tam and sounds the signal give them tilenmdtogeroYUon't.
-- Ability -- --- one can save about three' -:- : feel that the i,

1 =-= : "The vegetable crop over the coun- going around the north side of Lake I speed of your/ car is questioned er
:
-; and === I ty looks very promising and with a Arianne instead of through/ the town that your driving ability is impu
MONEY 'WAS HIDDEN IN A TIN CAN good season the truck growers should of Aubumdalu. It :s a fine road and I ned. Someone is in little more ,of'a
have a successful year. Potatoes I : than '
very hurry
.- a pretty drive.-EustU Region. you are. Let them pa ,Willingness ---- == beans cucumbers, and tomatoesare A' Also, do not alwa steel that the iV''. '
I< '' -" the principle crops 'and I am OVERSEAS AND BROKE one ahead of you fs kicking the
,' to Serve KEY WEST, Feb. 25Special.The( tin can glad to cay that this county shouldbe I dust just to annoy yo.. The up deal
+, bank hid under the bed of Bradford Roberts at No. 909 == proud.of the truck being purchased Washington, D. C.-Several ex. your tire leave behind U ne mere

a: Elizabeth street failed to foil the robber who entered his == here. We have the'soil, and it is service men who returned to "do Europe sweet to Inhale, eo why 'Insist i i. y,

':E:: home while the f family was attending! the movies, and the up to the grower to do the rest. Seeing rinrht" fro. stranded in the large .throwing down all the-dust barrarsyourf'elf.
!
,f .s DEPOSITS INSURED can and $180( which wa in it was stolen. is believing. All should get out cities there. Posts of the American .. If their sJlE'ed'ta about: fh*:
I = and see for themselves what we are Legion in London and Paris
==, are help. same as your own drop. behind for
a Mr. Roberts 'cashed a check for the stolen amount == raising in our county. Make Osceola ing them book passage. "back home 'a few hundred yardand, : fee chentfaJ., -,

S,.5 = his intention being' to dispose of the money in a purchase. = a banner county. When you need the again." If a farm wagon doea net scurry,

-, Just before leaving for theshow, the money was placed county agent",call or write him. At THERE IS from .your path like a scared rabbit r "
'E- and hid under the bed.- your' service. ALWAYSA the first time you touch' .r squawk.
-< a' -- lli - - In a can awa ye '
: HAPPY er, remember
MEDIUM that horses:are slower
.,:. ) PROMOTING- POULTRY than automobiles that a leaded wagon -
,. === IN OSCEOLA ,COUNTY Suppose you were hungry and It ., tip over rather easily'.ad that, '

;...'d" -"... .". h --!.- .it No burglar. will break into your. bonte_.Dd t .l2.ar __ : -There---.- .g--de1IiTr"1lponuthe;: ;; : was wanted dinner-.--nlee'nhlcll'trine. And"Ju1cJ7 suppose tenderloin you :to farm' .work.baa.tole.careed .........
. the extent of 'transp.rtlagload.
/
'. .R.mopeyf if you keep it .t part of Miss Albina Smith home steak. along the public roads occasional '
.
. ,. = demonstration agent for Osceola We know where you could go and paya Holding down the aigcfal ketUa.wHt
= county to form an association big fancy price-to have it all dolled not blow a vehicle out,of ,.J\',
your way ,
: the study of poultry throughout' up so iu own mother wouldn't know and road
courtesy,does not entitle aa r Y
county and by a united effort to it.: 'Or you could go to another place automobile driver A'
: to free read' until
; Bank safeguard the interest of the grower with fifty cent; take a chance with there i la room to ase without-detri:' ,.

.qQsceola'.Counfy-, :i *., In this'line Mis Smith U call. the coroner, and; come back' wUJT mint to either vehicle ,Iftl, really.. :r-a,;.
%1I raisers to meetin twenty left .
ing upon poultry- eenU over. .possible to get' somewhere without fi
-' Kissimmee at the room of the rOn U* other handwi. know where acting'like"au overlord when .handy *
Chamber of.Commerce on the coming you mould go. to. a clean' decent,.respectable 1gm-a:steering wheeL, 'A"-manor a, at
t ; Tuesday--at ten in the morning ana place. pay ,it fair-price and woman U,considerate of and .!
right :
'at two-thirty in .the",afternoon... ,Aaa get good, .substantial food J
-. '." ,Hour. 9;A. M. to,3' P..' M .., InduCement* and, "r- vomf orti of others and this I* true la .' .;1
f-r. r .r ..,. .. ', 'r ,.. ...; special a' er"gathering' vice to meet. roar_ demand motoring a.' well a*'In the drawing, .
: ,. 1A' c Miss Smith has secured the ft However 'itwk
00 ,. )\; .. we/re not in the room, ;Don't auceomb to the speed !J
service-of'Mina Minnie state buCTtRe
Floyd, business tame
principal .
afe-= germ to:such an extent that '
.' -- r., .." .. both poultry agent.*who"will' be,-present .at pile. to the, printing business ). 'cannot retain th. title: of..a ....1..0.otr...you, .,.Je!:

.session* ,. ,. !'W'muat'make country ,dirt; 'pay, .,ory woman driver.. i. /_ i

'There. are,eight million .unnatural.: U w! {hope! to* 1aeep.: our eltyvpavedJiFunnan streets A newt York department atore'
,
runa
(fated alien in the.-United State. "' I Smith. '. .c '
ian..kv.tor'fo : mtn.only MaeNlq
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