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 10, 1922
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01054
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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pASsEs INTO HANDS MAY WAS ONE SHORT ON RUBY AVENUE MAY SAWS AND HAMMEkSTo _

MOST REMARKABLE >AFFAIR

OF LARGER CONCERN 153 FAILED TO VOTE BRING GOOD REVENUE AID JALLGROUND _


V.::: ;j>> New OWDer 1 Is Head of Numerous'Telephone I COle Contest Between dark and FREE BARBECUE" BASEBALL Handsome Two-Story: Brick Block S. 0. S. Ofl Goei Out For Me*' .T. _

.\ Companies Contemplate r n.mp.oa-WOlDell failed To Support ; Will Occupy Triangle at Ruby and. Aid la' Erection of Grandstand.. at

Needed'Improvement* Here Candidate They Had Endorsed Stewart Arcane if Allowed BaDfroud Next Monday _____
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: For some time tliore has been under ..+ + + ... .. .. . . . Kisummee Will Throw Open Her. Door OB Saturday, March 18, To Every Before the council on Tuesday evening "We: need YOur-helnt" la th. cry

', consideration th,. disposal of the 9 4.M&yor .Comer:, JETeryJFord>> Wit ..9..Jfl: dred MitesMuitBellere_ To cam. the matter of the new sent out by the baseball sports.- --a __
local telephoie sysleni7; cJ-tf: gBttaT-+- =1l'1l: .M.-y-::::..:.:_:281). Welcome .- --nitvmplated--br-foseh-L-tttle AWdt1ido' needTheld.In .
j Take Part i in Grand Parade Big to Visitor And
: tions have just been.concluded by .0. Councilman M. Hansell.287Councilman1 '>01< : . Every who has purchased the triangle at some manner there hat been secured .
which the Kill lmmee Telephone System 'O' -T. -N Clark..194 Eyery Automobile Ruby and Stewart avenues and propose sufficient lumber placed on the1'
has passed into the hands of Cound1man-A. S. Gilbert.. .283 to er'ect a two-story brick grounds to( erect the grandstand-'
Otto Wettstein, Jr., of Leesburgthe <" Executive committee Every: member of the Chamber of there will be prices for the' rlcketty block whictj! will prove an important something; sorely needed. The next
sale having been brought about W, C. Bass .- 301 Commerce, every business firm, every raggedest Ford that limped on one I improvement. After the purchase of thing is to get the building constructed
.- by the administrator of the C. A. 4 Milton, Pledger ...280 private individual within the con- cylinder. Even if one of those old- the small tract, which is hardly large -which costs considerable.
,, CarMon estate Alexander Akerman. +- E; .E a Mr. WetUtein owns and operates J. n. Woodbeck_248 fan for the success of the comingFordD&y.whih.1llhpullejjff pushed home by hand the owner will was found that the railwaY' demanded the matter and has secured a few
_: jLJiumber ..ltelephojifllirieg andexi. .* jGranthani.244 I :. gaaejtedfgrblccldng" traffic. an additional two feet on its risrht good "boss-carpenters" who are will-
changes! in Suwannee Lafayette and 'on Saturday, March 18. This (lid has been agreeoTupon. -ofwavwfihenamalledth.bllllding.conltiderably. tag-to-Uk/ charg_f-the rf,ork-and"-
,_ Hamilton counties in North Florida, + 4. 4 44+ 4. 4 + 4. + 44 + I Three thousands oounds of the bent Any tinrcannist _who may have a now the call is made to everyone in ,'
4V with headquarters in Live Oak; and At ten-fifteen Saturday night the and most Juicy. beef that ever fattened stunt he desires to. work may go at There is a considerable space of Kicsimmee who can handle a saw and
c he also Fins telephones in Lake Pasco election officers! completed a hard on the grasses of Oaceola county it.-.although the city will not be responsible waste land between the street curb hammer gather 'at the ballground/
and Orange counties .*> including day's work enlivened only by the have been contributed to the barbecue for lost tires or busted IIInlf the sidewalk-extending all the next Monday afternoon promptly at
.' exchanges in Leeshurg, Eustla, Lake two square meals which each had en- committee! and tha proper arrangements windshields. If a mother desires to way to the city dock. Even the' officeof three "o'clock.Then .
City. Apopka Winter Garden and joyed at stated intervals; and the have been rnpde for that portion -I bring .rnto the city thirteen assorted the ice company is on "squatter I it la expected that collars and ..
other points in South Florida. It ishi count then officially made !gave the of the festivities: The barbecued sizes of children: in her Ford to wina territory," and unless something is coats will be doffed and every man'
; intention to establish a line of above figures for the winners. meat*-for there has been a half prize that is her privilege. If a done to straighten the road and the will take 'hold and obey orders. There
,. valuable holdings over a considerable Opposing' H. R. May for mayor ton of pork secured-will be servedon man wishes to have his Ford manicured building lines and the"sidewalk lines will be framing to be done, and ,
portion of the state. was L, Whidden.. who secured 112 Broadway near the Makinson mallsal'ed, 'anl given a peraiai there will forever be a nuisance along boards and' timbers to be sawed, and '
The local telephone system has not votes for the position. Opposing' J. store_where there is to be1 found a i n"nt wave-in order to win the beauty that street. there win be plenty of work for the
been kept up to date in some details, M. Hansell and T. N. Clark for the large vacant lot. In addition to this ,, contest-it will be up to him. It As it is the street is wide enough hammers. If one hundred will come
the conditions of ownership not.jus- long term as councilman were. J. W. there will be a picntltude pork is going to be one of those "do-as-: from curb to 'urb--and forever will the building will be completed during, ,',
tifying some of th. outlay needed to Thompson and M. E. Turner. The pUau. prepared as only few know you-dum-please" days and there be. Four automobile can drive abreast the afternoon-and there should bo ,
bring it to a state (f perfection; but former ran but nine behind Clark- how to do it, whirh wil be served will be a nice time. along the thoroughfare without trou. found in Kissimmee at least one hun. )
the new owner contemplates some his total being; 185-and there were free.There Invitations have been sent to Senator ble. To remove the sidewalk, now a dred willing to put in a few hours'
immediate improvements which will numerous times when the two were is to be a fine game of ba,e- Park Trammel! Governor Cary four-foot walk, to within two feet of work to help erect a needed: stand-
make the service a flrstclass one in neck-and-neck. Mrs. Turner was the arrangements having been made A. Hardee. William Jennings Bryan the curb and' make it a six-foot which will\ be an Incomeproducerduring
every respect. He realizes that resIdents candidate of the Woman's Club, which for a. match between the locals and and President Hardine to be present.As walk and sell the inside section to this and following" seasons.
of Kissimme deserve the verv has a membership of about 100-but the best team that Rollins college can the president and the govertior Mr. Little, the Florida Citrus Exchange The desire la to make the occasion -
best that can be furnished-and will her total was 76 making her low produce. It i aanticipated that there are not running for any office it is the ice plant, and to allow a few hours of real work. The
take steps to make the local exchange man of all candidates even though would be a charge made for this portion possible they may not be in Kissim- the municipal water and electric talking may be done later on and
one deserving of' an increased patronage. more than Jialf her support was from qf the entertainment but the mee; but the presence! of. the other plant to have its qubta having a the different tale of how much this
lie will continue to reside in male voters; a fact which shows that citizens will "go down once more into two is confidently looked for. They sidewalk the full length of the avenue man did, or how bury that man con
will be frequently in their and for the will be well-heard and would be a magnificent improvement
) I..eeaburar-but women are fast learning the political pockets". dig well-fed well- tinued, may be discussed at some
IK Kissimmee. cost. I attended' to.Programs. -second only to the fine high-
practices of their male peers. A. S. I later period. What is wanted for
_. The general public will be pleased Gilbert, the last minute candidate for The band will lead the parade at will be issued at an early way which has been constructed to Monday afternoon is a force/ sufficient .. '
to learn that Miss Maud Thoma'son the short-term.on the council sweptin ten In the morning when there wil\! I moment-but it is not necessary the dock. And all this may be done to put the building in shape for
will\ be retained as local manager. over his opponent S. B. Aultman be room for at least seven thousand to await their receipt. It will be tlt, if the council will take the matter in the coming game with Rollins on
------ be by a vote of more than two and one- Fords to be in line. There will be no 'I I right for everyone to come to Kis- hand and perfect arrangements for Saturday following-and that ia why
bales of human hair to
Forty half to one-indicative that his of- need to wash and decorate any Ford' simmee early Saturday morning, the vacating of th! premises whichare the appeal .Is being sent out.
manufactured into hair net, wai an (tIdal career has been satisfactory to -unless the owners desire to compete arch 18, and the programs may be at present no use whatever. There will be work for all who will
item in the cargo of the Japane ship I the for the "beaut}" prizes as secured after the arrival. Each of the owners of the IIIhut.I .
voters. proffer their services.VEGETABLE .
which recently I docked in Seattle. II ;; j .
:_ I As a whole the voting was intelli- I ting: propHrtystn ready to buy at "
any fair price the land which is now
the
i gent only br"akx being where
I some voter hal ci.t his or her vote COUNTY TO COLLECT PROMISE OPEN ROAD np use to anyone. The walk is too
GREAT BOXING MATCH for three of the long terra councilmen far inside the curbline to make a GROWERS
food show in?. Everyone will concede
in place of two an stated on the
ballot. These vote1 always included LARGE SUM CASH IF TUESDAY MARCH thin point. To sell to the three own-
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" AT THE CASINO TODAY the name of Mrs. M E. Turnerand ers of the abutting property at at. NOW MEAN BUSINESS
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4 were always thrown out m far alt fair remuneration with the agreement -

.:! IS MOST ATTRACTIVE ance councilmen of I the.were b 1I0t concerned being counted.-the balr COMPTROLLER ACTS I HERE TO MELBOURNE I lie to that pay for the the purchasers expense will of removing prom.- ARE INCORPORATING .f

I the wire-line to within a
posts
The names of those conducting the ._
- erection wore John McPhatter; C. W.' Accedes- To of Contractor Give Solemn Promiae"That foot-of -the' -curb--will- he -t>f imnnenae- -- -
If
I I Comptroller Request
benefit to the of the Slept Now Under Way To Incorporate
Every Lover of The Art of Self-De- Griffin, and H. N. Bratton inspector appearance entire
: fenie Should Be Sure to See The *, and J. Harl Lupfer, clerk.. A. K Commissioners Considerable Sum Cross-State Highway Will Be street. Co-operative Association atOeceela..
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Thomas had been named for the latter of Delinquent Taxes Comet In Ope For Travel TuesdayFor The estimate has been made that Growers Incorporation '
: Alluring Depictation office but after .1, considerable delay -....- doubtless between $700 and $800 can
nAf) in waiting for his arrival to open A letter from George W. 'Hopkins a brief time the road between be turned over to the' citybarringthe The meeting held on Tuesday sv'esifag
Imagine twenty men at twenty the polls Mr. Lupfer was impressed relative to some ever assessmentsupon Kissimmee and Melbourne: has been oost of establishing a six-foot of the Growers' Co-operatir*
5 different places watching the great- into service and served throughthe which the taxes had not-been closed-and at each end of the road walk the entire length of the avenue.If Association at the Chamber-of ,
Com
eat sporting event in'the history of day. paid for 1919. 920. and 1921. came there have been placards placed in this can be done there will be none of' much
merce Wall Importance-
one
the wortd. Imagine: these men turn.11ng The election for' the purpose of : before the. commissioners on Monday order to give fair warning to all who in the city to oppose the plan. This to the future of this city and ;
their heads from side to side ref will allow the block being county; ,
voting upon the nominees .named at for consideration. It would appear sought to cross the ktate. Brick was new now and there was considerable attend'
cordfnDb everything that they see in the primary of Saturday will "beheld that these lands some of which lie being laid at a point west of Deer commenced to be of a size that will ance. a e

, .. .hi' great book. Imagine the record on Saturday, March 25, and the in Saint Cloud and the* remainder in Park. the brick having been delivered add dignity and improvement to the One of the 'Importance measureawaa I
:!I> these twenty men's eyes get combined proclamation of the mayor calls for, contiguity had been assessed at a at Holopaw; and ar the road was avenue. the adoption .of-the charter .a*
;.4j the duplications "..eliminated, C. W. Griffin, II. N. Bratton, and R.I figure which the owners would be through a. swamp; .there was no If thia action la promptly taken read by Milton Pledger for the chang ,
, the features brought out. Imagine D. Guice to act "Inspectors at glad to accept as a sale price for the chance of creating a. detour-unless the reanlt will be three things-all of ing jof the association: Into Incorporation '. ., e
then the combined story being. rolled election and A, E. Thomas as clerk.- entire tract. Because of the neglectof many miles had been'made ready for value to the city There will be a under the title .of an"Oacoola:
just as they saw it in an hour'sHime. handsome and brick build.
gput I the owners no appearance had been such detour at a large expense imposing "
Growers and the charter in
Then one will have a small Purchase<< of seven tracts of, land : mad before the board of equalizationand This being-the fact. it waa decided ing at the triangle; there will be a appears
Idea of the motion. pictures of the in Europe for permanent American for that reason no request was that rather than handle the large expense good walk all the way from Stewart another portion the of .tJrie. Issue The
\ matter of fac-
A T DempseyCarpentierworld's championship cemeteries was recommended recently I being made'for a reduction of taxes it would be better to announce avenue to the dock; arId there will\ beta proposed canning
; fight. Last evening's showing by Secretary Weeks. I -yet there was a desire to settle the the road was cloaed. This has caused net profit to the city-with no loss tory-R. R.was Lay also reporting considered that 1'-" was great and It will be repeated delinquent taxes forthwith.' some annoyance:-but it,has bee eald in any direction. pBperIIhad '
.:.. j been prepared and were
today -at 'the Casino. None should Arthur' E. .Donegan" ea.'r' tt"be- that in several instances 'cars have the approval of the attorney awaitipc '
miss it.Twenty. VERY FINEHIGHWAYS I fore the board to speak along the made the trip both ways and gotten !
'. motion picture cameras same lines, and had copies of the tax- along all right-"fllightly disfigured" REMOVAL OF CAPITAL | The matter of strawberries. waa-,
clicked away from the day the fighters roll -with all ,the figures attached. perhaps "but stHl' i in the ring." Due the leading topic for llllaeuul: n. W.
.p< their training in asserted that all the notice however J. Steed told of torn of the -thine*
,. opened camps FROM JACKSONVILLE I He. also present was posted at each
. preparation for tbe international- pwn rsot ..the. property desired, was end. of..the line o...as to...save_all embarrassment. -STRONGLY ENDORSED 4i i'noted on the recent. trip_' to 'Plant Cltywhythere > "c"
.- eventthe"BattT; ' ':". ? ? They caught the men doing their roadwork THROUGH TO TAMPAI should request the comptroller to nullify The contractors have given all assurance I quarts of berries on the"platform,'
,i't' they snapped them as they the interest and penalties on this that the road will be open for AT THURSDAY LUNCH and he saw $28.000 paid over to.the
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vent through their paces with their tiact-to have in other words the tiafnc on Tumday next '- the work i growers! Strawberry, land in that locality ,
".0 t sparring partners. they watched Florida Grower Answers Illinois Questionnaire I property to stand ae of the assessment having been hastened in order to allow ran as high in values a* (899
., wfcen the huge wooden bowl was constructed when the entire arrearages those' intending to be present at Well-Attended Meet of Chamber of per acre-yet the land was In no way ...
...Ii at Jersey City they peered Regarding Roads From would be paid to the count,.. within the big celebration at West Palm superior to the land adjacent to Kis.
in at the dressing rooms they recorded I Jacksonville Clear To Tampa thirty days. In ,.this.way Osceola Beach next week-A combination of Commerce Yesterday Had Much of aim _and Ol'ceolcounty"' had tho.
1.J1, the throng! gathering for the county would lose nothing and Sundance- and the annual meet of the Interest tor Entire County advantage of flowing wellsMor irri-
. :a fray. they ground out reel after reel There is a hard road all the way I I would be the gainer by some $17,000 American Legion the best and gation. At one time there were one'
of preliminaries and every second of from Tampa to-Jacksonville: and the !' which it would receive. The lands! in j shortest route to the eist coast. The There was a large attendance at hundred and seven vehicles. delivering'berries
,' th efour rounds of the titular battle majority of the miles are perfect. At I I' question are the old holdings of the contractors and all officials of this I, the luncheon of the Chamber of Commerce at the station. '
, they saw the knock-out. Never before the present timethere are some illy Seminole Land and Investment Com county are anxicus to save the ad.dltion'al yesterday nooi, and much bus- I All thEse things end many mere
has such a motion picture been laid miles of brick in Saint Johns and I,pany. 121 miles of travel which mess, was!! transacted. The reports of awakened an enthusiasm among the I
"I' made. Probably never again will Flagler (counties and some shell in The matter was well discussed by would be entailed bv those makingthe I the committees upon Ford Day were farmers* as well as the business wen
such a mammoth -rowned a million northern Volusia that is sometimes the board. and when it was fully understood run by wav of Daytona. If the made and a great deal of interest |j -and there III now a determined effort '
: dollar gate be brought together. It rough. From some miles north of that the county was in no daily press will make a notation of I shown in the matter-the entire t to put Kissimmee and Osceola
, . is the production of an age. Daytona and all the way to Tampayou way making a reduction in the this fnct it wilt prove a great advantage gathering pledging all possible assistance I county on the map as a .traW< err,
* Slow motion photoplay comes into will be ffii brick or asphalt most amount due; that no request!! was being to the large number of cars in all lines. I[ market. The pledged acreage in
1 its own in this picture. Every detailI of it just 'about pe'fect.The made in that direction: and that which will make the trip-cars which There was a unanimous endorse-I, Kinsimmee will N added to bv the
of the blows struck Ly the champoin trip will take you through the total would be immediately paid have been contemplating that the trip i ment of the project for the removalof acreage ;in Saint Cloud and Taft, and
and challenger i ill brought out PO that Saint Augustine Hastings Bunnell into the treasury of the county; the wan to be made by way of the Kis-I the state capital and as many as there is every belief that one hundred
: those! who nee the picture see more Ormond, Uaytona Sanford Orlando I I resolution! wftn at once adopted, and immee-Melbonrne highway. i possible were urged to attend the acres will be in the pool at the start.:; '
, actually, than thos-e who sat at the Kissimmee, Davenport, Haines City. the clerk was instructed to promptly The contractors have given their 1 meeting ,at Ocala on Saturday March' Owners -prooerty are Agreeing not' .\ i -
ringside./ It in a scientific fact that Aubumdale. Lakeland, Plant City and I, write the comptrollei stating what promise the road will\ be reedy for 25 and take an active. part in the to.increaie rental rates': J. D. Depleri "
the human eye can catch movements Tampa. Another choice of routes '' was desired and explain that his travel Tuesday--so far as Onroola 1, proceedings. [i i of Kissimmee Park will\ donate the ,'
us to only a certain speed. There i if from Haines City if: by way of Lucerne compliance would greatly aid and. county is concerned. The Brevard Sam Brammnr anj Claude Johnson, I use of five acres for two years free; r
nb limit to the spetd of a ramera'n Park Florence Villa, Winter I benefit the county. (Continued on Pafre Four) 1, of ftaint Cloud were' JruelttM-and the'| J. Z, Roberson will finance ten acre '.
if standing Haven, Eagle Laka to Haskell. Here I for a responsible party: and every
I eye can stop and make it as I audience listened with interest to the
still. The lightning short-arm you again have the choice of two I Dromise for a great business la facing -
extended remarks erd endorsementsof
. jabs .of the champion Dempsey, are routes to Lakeland. Or after leaving I MANY FINES UNPAIDON COUNCIL DID THINGSON the former--much of the talk being the ,j people
slowed to the pace of a snail. Carpentier's I Eagle Lake you car go to Bartow' upon the road question. Mr. Bram- The officers and directors of the
catlike footwork which so and via Mulberry to Plant City. Or mar asserted also that he would do Osceola Growers wi'l be L. II. Wilson
worried the "Giant-Killer" is reduce after leaving Haskell you can go via MAYOR'S DOCKETTO TUESDAY EVEN'G all possible to urge: the people of his president; R. R Lay vice-president;, .
; ed to a speed where the viewer of the Mulberry to Plant City. The route locality to tret interested in the matter Ben O'Bannon, secretary and treasurer '
motion picture can cirtually see the via Aubumdale is a little the shorter of strawberry production in cooperation : C. C. Garret F. A. Stroup. A. .
muscles work. and the in the matter of roads all are MAKE MEW RULESFines HOPPED 'UPON HOOCH with Kiasimmee., A. Abbott, Albina Smith. and W., J. ...
saroe-ju splendid-
matters lirhtlv touched Steed; C. W. Thorpe committeeman.
I. Many were
I WILL URGE CANAL FROM INDIANA VISITORS ARE upon-which will] be handled more _ _ _ _ u _ _ _ .__ _' _

I KISSIMMEE TO SANFORD: 1 Are Not Collected Before Pris .Passed Strong Hooch Ordinance- fully at the next luncheon. : steps be taken to have the structure
PLEASED WITH KISSIMMEEMr.
.. 1 CALL FOR CONVENTION oners Leave Dock -Much Is Lost Will Take Action on Delinquent completely overhauled and made safe _ _

\ and Mrs. Robert Young of Because of This PracticeThe Taies-Connmed One Appointment resigned be confirmed. The action and secure Action is to be taken aa
i The board directors of the Cen- 'I Terre Haute, have arrived in Kissimmee was taken. soon as possible. The bridge Is not ,,
s-: "-If tral Florida Water Traffic League conning to visit the father and report of the former chief of Councilman John S. Cadel was the An ordinance prohibiting the having at this" moment a "dangerous crossing
: l..: have announced that every city in'' sister of Mr. Young-John R. Young police was read at the council meeting only member of that body absent in. one's possession any "moon : but ia fast moving in that dl- ,l .t
Central Florida will be invited to : and Mils Daisy Young. and there was much discussion from the session of Tuesday evening.An shine" "packenham." or any other rection. '
send to meeting to 'I application received fromC. illegally distilled liquor, was passed The matter of the unpaid fines .ii ,
:. ;, representatives a : Mr. Young is delighted with this as to why so many fines were allow. was _ _
; be held in Orlando Friday. March 24, II section and la taking steps to select ed to stand uncollected. Efforts were A. Williams, asking that if a and, under rules, became a law and the municipal court received* a maximum
f1 when the chief topic of discussion a suitable location to erect a home : made by the former chief of police change was contemplated in the office was signed and sealed. The penalty amount of consideration An , '
: will be a proposed system of canals I for his relatives- s well as to build : to collect the fines placed but, asreport of street foreman that be mightbe for the infringement' of, thisordi- may 'be aeen by a report. published J> '
.i . running from Kissimmee to the Saint m"home for his own family, and select '- shows', he found it impossibleto considered a candidate. nance is a fine,not to exceed $250 or in another 'column there- a eonsid- .
. ,, Johns river, at Sanford. Other means sites for others whom he expects to : secure the funds due the city Pound foes for the preceding: month ninety day at bard labor-or both, erable sues of fine due the city" but +* '
: of obtaining-' lower transportation l locate here. ' Judge May has determine4 that w.re reported a* $25., at the 'discretion of the court. there baa been a laxity in*the collection ,j
", sates for Florida products will be from this time henceforth fines will A letter 'from' Mayor',11. R. May The matter of the condition of the not Justified by law. It was the '
.4 discussed, the directors said.n Between 350.000 and 400.000 new be paid before the prisoner is re. asked that his appointment of C. It. bridge' on the Saint Cloud road 'was concensus of'opinion: that in all future ,
y) M MW H *. I houses are needed in the United States leased-the plan adopted in every' Driggers as chief of police to fill out reviewed and there seemed to .be a eases ,fine* assessed shall i ib* ,'

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PERTAINING TO CHURCHES: in February Visit: friends and the moans to- support, her .. he selln'

(i ONE OF THE PRIZE CUPS j jfr I t state fair' his fortune ia the gold fields of the,,
: Presbyterian Church I f "We are both in fine health. He West There an unfortunate circumstance : fl
has had* to let out his belt several makes him *n .least, amte4
r s C O Rev W. D, Erresch, D. D., Pastor .. times. by men, and his return to civilization

---- "Wish we could see more of our not only complicates matters; but y
;' THEATRE 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school; old friends her to enjoy the pure air leads to an exciting 'deaoseweat,5' df

; 1100 a. m.-Worship and sermon: and water and every day sunshine" adequate. cast is seen fa support .{ 1 t
Theme: "Who Is Chriat7"Communion the two ,stars.If ,
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAYs service ., rOKo'" 1", .HiTCUDAV. MAKCH IS

6:30 p.. ,m-Junior Christian En WILL MEET you belch up a l kitter-tasWnf Oro'
deavor TOURIST CLUB liquid, suffer from fceartburn and sour ;;: P
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6:30:: pi. m.-Senior Christian En. AT THE METHODIST, CHURCHThe stomach you need the tonic properties 'j'
4 1 deavor. of Heroine. It ?ie a purifying and
7:30 p. m._Worship and sermon. next regular meeting of the strengthening medicine for the stomach M fi.
k'aflaee Theme: "The Greatness of Little U, .J, ,,. 7 r'ear Tourist Club will' be held at ,the liver: and bowels. Price, 60c, ''to 1\1\
''vr Methodist church next Tuesday evening ,
Reid : .
,r '" Things. ht, Sold by J, Roberson. l
1 ', : 5i Wanso11 7UU:: p. ntWednesday.Pra'er at seven thirty o'clock when
rla service .."' .. the following. program, will be tendered Foul o"VI'i'ltnn".LM".m! IS. l
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i Ef tt pe xtcr'bo St., John' (Episcopal) Church : ... m .. Prayer--Rev. R. 1'0'. Hodnett. I !
'I "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name. J
Rev. L. II. Kirkby Rector . Muak.-Rouse's .'I'che"tn,
Monte Clue "" '''J ,.. ; I ASIN A
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'.'1 "'\\u to. .t' , Reading--Mias. Overstrer-t.
Second Sunday after Lent. L .'1': I,.{ ;' 1 l Song-Elizabeth and Ruth Deyore-Jf C '
1c !)::4.r "a. m.-Church school. riAttlN'1R'tH9LASfi, : '" adlnltrs.. Bull.Muc1rRanse'a THEATRE V ; ,
; 1F--, -3- in-nn Bible claas. ,
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Prayei"na M -ROIiHdFC j i.{v44hNlta -r -
11:00: a. In.-Morning pAt+( "./ ,(T' Rending-Mrs. Earl .LupA-T. 1 '
Agnes Ayres locfi' Sermon Subject: "Lent a Humilia- Carl .
Solo Miss Laura
J .bllATtD::,/ 'wa5x -- SATURDAY MARCH 18.
tion of Ixve. '- \ 1t,1ir.Il'-Mr,. Rue. \ .
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i'' Potty Moranyrnond1atfr Kuch: Wednesday afternoon at three Talk-:Mr. Hamilton.
o'clock, there will be a meeting at theCHidencu Miibi --Rou "i's* o'x hestra
of Mrs\ Thomas Hornsby, ,
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121: I Drur.y avenue, south, for m.ssionbtudy. : ', ;'!t W"ILLIAl1i
''The same afternoon Lenten, "' 1:1u". .. 1111 1'\' KI"'I Hu1:1': ;,
t .3uvia4a'lj I services will be held at five o'clock CLEVER' _. DUNCANEDITH >'
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in SaintJohn's churchrSojourncrs --- -
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in Kismmmee are cordially RIDING IN PICTURE"N sad .1
r invited to thiH; scrvke.
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Chri.iaD ChurchRev. f .ill'' c n Satm'nltMarch 18, is '
bagel, ')n Hn org: 'nal story by J. Raleigh -
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J. G. Waggoner, Pastor l Pavien. and t j. a Western pro- JOHNSONin ;;:
1 ductu in whi'hVlllialn Duncan I
10:008.: .-The1 hible school meets. M, anti Eutth John*m nro co-stirred.

i wr V Jasr Subject: "Amot Warns Israel." Good 5 Soma "f the old "Bill" Dincanro a stirrraf '" 1 j.
"f I tPlH'lwrH. Great lc',<>,ons. Come study ,..g'riding: is ht-t'ii in the picture.TI photodrsjna"NO .
with us.1I:00. I -_ th,' star the '
A ->tory (rues oppor- ])
(: 1 : )() a. m. The Lord's Supper, tuiifv to play the hminoss and so- .
followed by sermon. :Subject; : "Our i DEfENSE"ALSO ::
I iety man as well a< (the rugged, Wes-
I' Commission. i iv tern-r, th- type of role in which he''
750:: p. m. Sermon. Subject. recently has. l >fine so closely a.ssoI I ,
\VTint Must 11)o I To Inheret Eternal ciatod while Miss Johnson, as the I/

Life ?" I society: debutante: and young matron | ..
I 7-0::! p. m.-W" ; meeting. Subject<< : "The Kingdom, There r is plenty of .action in the I :
Growth, and Condition of Life<< of Its'' western country and t the happy DTRIPLE ,;
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Jesse L. Las! All members expected to be present I to thefact that he hps' taken
I CECIL B. DeMILLE'S and be hosts to cordially welcomeall self: a wife and is without sufficient i- I, 4
strangers and friends to all serv-
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A picture recording in scenes. I The above sterling silver cup, given in America. There will be ten events 50 BEARING ORANGE TREES
of unrivalled the
beauty exciting
ci D. Walker, Minister.
of lover of by Mrs. Henry Kart, of Winter for boys, which are scheduled for the
exploits. a Parsonage Rear of Church. Phone 326 morning, and the same number for
e love. Park, is one of a Set of twenty-four
girls in the afternoon. Twenty-four
A shimmering, dafhing riot (I I that to be offered the
are at
lOiOO a. m.-Sunday school. Inter- cups beautiful silver cups are now on dis.
of' color and luxury. Warm
with the life of realworldmen national lesson. Classes for all ages. Florida state interscholastic aquatic play at the Katz store, all to be of- Seven Room House Modern Conveniences ,
and 11:00: a, m. --Divine worship. Ser- meet to be held at RIling college, fered at the contests. Two large ,
women mon. Special bible teaching. Saturday, April 29. Mrs. Kart, together '' cups will be given to the boys' and! '\ :

w AO Your Life You Hare Heard of an 7:00: p. m.-Divine worship. Evan- with M. J. Daetwyler, of Or- :[ girls' team winning the largest number Brick StreetS4.3OO.OO :
'gelistic Message. Inspirational Sing- lando, have been instrumental in interesting of points, and two individual cups .
All-Star Cast Here You WiD See One!1n ing. business men of Winter will be given the girl and boy making -

7:80::' p. ra.-Thursday. Praise. Tes Park and Orlando to such an extent I I highest score. The school winning .It
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timony. Preachihg. that they have contributed fifteen first place in each event will:
-. Everybodv cordially invited to all hundred dollars and have secured, '! receive a cup, anti gold silver and l x "

.___._. IIervlC'es.I'Come.." ."Pray." "Be- .,perhaps! the prettiest !set pf_sterlingSilver ..bronze medals! will be presented pupils t h _. _
'- .L. liev .- -- - cups' that have ever, been offered winning firsts, seconds, aid "

4't: ] Methodist Church Several for athletic new schools contest.have entered /thirds.Kissimmee will have two teams in F. A. NAVE

I And it is expected that the meet will the meet, and the .ontestant expectto

Rev. R. F. Hodnett., Pastor< .L be_ .the_ _ _largest_. _.of._.the_._ kind__ __ever__held____.--- return-- --with-----several--_._--trophies.----- - X Bask of, Osceola County Building Kittimmee, Florida
9:45: a. m.-Sunday sr i:' t .

11:00 a. m.-Preaching bj the p litOI' that the last call came and he diedi .I contributed will be highly appreciated OOOttt W" oooo c <.oO<"0 OtOOOO .
Theme: "Foundations' (Fal i a few minutes later. by Miss Smith, who u energeticin ,.
r xr 3:00 p. m.--Junior League -" I John Edward Bowen was born in I her efforts to beautify. Notifications 11 .

6:30 p. m.--'Senior League devotional Alabama, May 12, 1857, one of a fam of contributions!' should be made HoUU'>C-O.ooooooo.oooooooooo.oootooo.ooooOU : exercise. ily of five children He went laterto direct to her. .,
7:30 p. m.-Preaching by the pas Texas and when about twenty-five
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t r' tor. Theme: -"The Making of Men.." years old he removed to Florida, settling ROAD SUPERINTENDENT ILL ;
r 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer in Polk county near Bartow. In Women Must Register ,
meeting. 1914 he came'to KIII&lmmee"where he For the first time in several years :
7:30: p. m.-Friday. Young men's has since resided. Mr. Bowen was Gerald Ash ton, county road superintendent '
I', prayermeeting in' Bungalow. well known in ,Kissimmee and the was absent from a meeting
":: All tourists and all home' people surrounding country, and leaves to of the county; commissioners) on Monday \ i
are cordially invited to attend all the, mourn his death, besides a host of ''Mr. Ashton Tad been confined : If They Would -Vote I
Times WhenYou services of this church. ', friends, his wife, Mrs. Isabelle Bowen to his bed for several days, and, while
'- two sons, R. L. and O. G. Bowen he was slowly recovering, did not feel
I ,Appreciate Your First' Baptist; ; ; Church. of Rosalie and Moore Haven, andfour able to be out of doors.
of :--:-:-:-:
daughters Mrs. B. H. Jones,
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Rev. J. A. Sutton D. D., Pastor. Chicks From Stecfc
Brunswick Most I Winter Haven, Mrs.' J. E. Bryant, of Prize-Wmniag

( All are welcome to the following' Kathleen, Mrs J. H. Boughman, of Baby'chlckll. 'Woetd- '
Full of .
Did, you ever stop to think services at the church-house on Sunday Philadelphia, and Mica Jessie 'Bowen. 1 renowned Imperial pep. Ringlet Barred FT WILL BE NECESSARY FOR ALL WOMEN WHit
The interred at
p'9 that a phonograph Is one of : body was Polls Plymouth Blocks Syr and 25c. Single
Lake cemetery Barlow. WISH TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION
9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. S. L.LuperJr.superintendent .
and rose-comb White and
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Leghorns
' ...Jbt.J' ihln la ua__ q_ Classes

that are food 365 days I in the for all ages. Join the pastor's claps/ CARD OF THANKSWe hatching Rhode ,Island egg Reds, 51.-'.2&o.Order Custom now. T8 BE HELD IN JUNE TO REGISTER REGARDLESSOF

year, rain or.shins? 7:30: p. m.-Sermon by the. pastor. take this means to express our Get your chicks per before the hot weather. TIfE'FACT THAT THEY MAY HAVE REGISTERED S)\
6:30 p m.-B. Y. P. U. and servo The People's 5e and lOc Store,
)t4 Not to own a phonograph or ice. appreciation for the kindnesses and
Broadway. x FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION IN 1920. DO NOT
k the beautiful floral offerings tenderedat
:) to buy on. without first hearing 7:30: p. m.-Sermon by Dr. Put-
'' the recent death of our dear husband -
,J The Brun.w1ck-tbe accepted ram i and father. OHIOAN WRITES HOME DELAY, BUT REGISTER NOW. FORGETFULNESS .
f, phonograph of the 7:30 p. m. -' Wednesday Prayer MRS. J. E. BOWEN. NOTES OF KISSIMMEE .
meeting. -- --. MAY LOSE YOUR VOTE.
musical world-is a mistake. MISS JESSIE BOWEN. .
Free seats and a welcome to Robert Robotham, who has been
JONES.
strangers as well as those who belong MRS.MRS.: J.B. K.11.: BRYANT. emending the winter in it issimmee, : EDGAR D. KATZ
here.A .
and enjoying every moment writes a '
MRS. J. II. BOUGHMAN.R.
f i church. of the bible and for the L. BOWEN.O. fine letter back to the Marysville : Supervisor of Registration _.
people. Tribune and in order that the OHio ,
G. BOWEN.
people in that community may !ear. '
DIED VERY SUDDENLYAT OOOOOO ooooooo.000044004004040400 oooooo.ooooooo.
about Kissimmee the Tribune printed -
MISS ALBINA SMITH NOW
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ORLANDO HOSPITALMrs. the document. The following extract '
PLEADS FOR P01NTSETTLAS win indicate the trend of the ,
t H. C. Hanpen. whose residence entire communication .OOOOOOOOO tO OOOOOOOtO ooo.ooooooooooooooooooooot.
has been on Robinson avenue, For the purpose of adornment in "Recently Marion Hopkins and I ..
demonstration
was taken ill shortly after the noon many places the home were in a party of twenty others on
I hour last Saturday and was immediately agent Miss Albina Smith for in now issuing of- an auto ride of sixteen miles to Alligator . Merchants & Farmers Bank
a pleadment cuttings
removed to :a hospital at Orlando Lake. The weather waR fine -
where poinsettia, for vines, and for shrubsof .
she
died before mid Soon after arriving a fine lunch was
e night. Mrs. Hanson was a native of every sort which the owners can spread and enjoyed. Then !singing'! of to

is Denmark, where she became a bride spare. in It this is understood nature which that can everything be- old-time songs, accompanied by a of Kistimmee
about one year ago Deceased was guitar.
WILDER'S STUDIO forty years of age "Many of thp young folks brought '
Funeral services were held in Orlando bathing suits and had great siio't in :
Kisiinuneen. Monday afternoon, and interment A GOOD the pure crystal wnter. No alligators INVITES BUSINESS FROM EVERY .
was made in that city. Among in !fight in the watar and no game in :
those friends. attending the last services sight on land, except a few razorback BUSINESS MAN I IN KISSIMMEE '
from Kissimmee. were Mr. and hogs looking for pick-ups ,
TONIC FOR
I Mrs.. II. N. Phillips and family, Mr. Among the party present. were Mr 'I
I and Mrs George Demon, Mr. and and Mrs. Woodall, with whom Hopkins -
Mrs. J. P. Mark, and Mrs. Butts with is making hit home, Mr. and
r her daughter and her granddaughter. OLD PEOPLE Mrs. Roach, of Butler, New Jersey,

. Mr. and Mrs. Wright and three sisters -
:Orlas IDae CARD OF THANKSI -. --- -- of Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs. ( Precaution Within
Every Banking Power Is Taken to '
MASToopMllR Gude't Pepto-Mangan Restore* Stewart and daughter of Flint,
rc / I wish to express my appreciation Michigan, and Mrs. Ferguson, of :
Hr of the many kindnesses shown my Strength and Prevent Greenville, Pennsylvania."An .
gss 'deceased wife during; her fatal illness Illness agricultural fair was held here Protect Our Patrons V'I

-and the sympathy extended to me lately where twen'y-three kinds of

upon losing my dear wife. Especially Aged people often need a good fruit. were shown together with vegetables ..
do I thank Mr. and Mm.. J. P. blood tonic. When the blood becomes in great variety. .

-f,.,. Mark. Mr. and Mr II. N. Phillips, clogged with poisons from the system "Strawberries have been fine ant : .1.<4'e I

AM@RICAPd LBGIONCONVN..ON and Mrs., S. Butts. Glide's Pepto-Mangan purifies It plentiful. Fishing in Lake Tohopeka- ,
r .. H. C. HANSEN. by. driving off the wafcte matter. Good liga is good and Uncle Jim Shirk : l i F
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,r .IlYIC. UNIONlIMeS blood is full of vitality and prevents brings, in some fine catches: ,
, ,MARCH, IB 17 DEATH'S QUICK SUMMONS : illness, giving the body greater power : "The Chamber of Commerce here J. M..WfLLSON. President LEWIS O'BRYAN Fir.t Vice-Pre.ideat

< < e' REMOVES VALUED CITIZEN of resistance. The weaknesses of is doing much to help visitor to enjoy : Vice-Pre.ident :

old age are, greatly helped by a supply themselves. They provide a tour. R. G. MINICK.Second ,,t
is i It ,was a shock ; hi* many friendsto of rich, red blood Gude's PeptoMangan tat auto camp, croquet and .quoit :
R..It, GlenDi who ha't,been connected learn of the death of :J. E. Bowen, ia sold in liquid or tablet pitching grounds. .
", I, ', with'i the newspaper* of Fort who died at his,home at Campbell' form by all druggists. It has been "There are out-door basketball DIRECTORS '

t +, Fierce for the past half-dozen years, Saturday morning about eight o'clock. recommended by physicians for 80( games every week by the high school : DR. C D. CHRIST J. M. WILLSON LEWIS O'BRYAN '
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his interest In that
has:disposed of Mr. Bowen was taken suddenly 1 I ,
away year and a valuable tonic and pupils, who play the teams from ,
city and has removed to California having been apparently well up to builder for the ,",ak' and rundownof Winter Haven, Orlando; and other R. a MINICK R. E. GRABEL
where he will take" up'the same line the time of hi* death from heart fail) alt ages from childhood to old ago. towns ,
,of, work- :" *; (( \ I lMr lr we. It was while talking to a friend Advertisement. "Mr. Hopkins went to Tampa early


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j DANCING SCHOOL A Useless Invention experienced oil m'''. have. said appears the project-provide the county .s
The General Electric!,Company' has to them to ta ,conclusive evi- would devote an equal aum..
TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK discovered a "wi nard" who In turn dence that oil ia to be found in Poll No action was taken by the com-

n : A Class.. id Dancing will open atL -- has discovered how to make "indoor county...-Bartow Record missioners. ..
thunder" which will create wondersin I'
DOWNING HALL Bj:: THORN the theatrical world. Wonder if Bartow,. commenced work on FORD DAY, IIIATthU'ARCd "

r *.. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH I 11 I L that wizard: ever went home at midnight Tuesday under the commission form EVERYONE WAS LUCKY'
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and tried to put up a' sob-story of government, with;: manager, \*ill I
.., ' I bold additional costs for ..Immigration. IN -HER
,; A specially will be made of. Ballet 1 Boiled Nice Soft Fat' Man Very Few Noisy ,Wedding! to his wifie as to how come all that son.e OWN MONEY"
I The salary of tin nutp''Kir
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face-powder the lapel of his dark-
In Saint Petersburg they have had The Arcadia Enterprise tells of two on That Ethel Itw.Para- j ,
;k' amd Gassical) Dances will be $3000 the elll'kwho Clayton's
shadedcoat? What's th' o' discovering per ;
an affair which they termed "Hawa- weddings One ,was a "quiet and use year't
suiditer mount picture "Her
Own
"indoor:,thunder?" Will also fill! the ee, of ,Money"which
r 1. CLASSES'A'T'"lEN O'CLOCK' iian Luncheon. Was it the food or pretty one"nd' the other was merely collector 'and treasurer, will be paid will be the feature at,th* Ca., ey
the eaters who were'! garbed in that a 'quiet" one. It 'seems to me that tile an'4 sino next Tuesday lucky for some
$2400: municipal judge, $200; ,
Remain Where Y Oil' IIJ .
4 call special openwork costume? most of the weddings are quiet ones the chief of polio will draw"down folks wan demonstrated) in the case t
For full details !Phone 224 Says the Winter Ilaven'Chieft:
time "
or, about this ;of year. $1800 per year. Each of three commissioners of, Miss llattie Jones, an ;'extra" In
cone fo the hall prior'to ten o clock.V : I'm Sure There Are! *' from Every time we come back (one of whom will I Joe a carabet scene In the picture, who

\ .3 MRS. CHARLOTtE DCWNEY lastructorSLNn There have certainly) been a lot of Poor OH Holly feel visiting better another satisfied townwe with mayor) will be paid five dollars for was notified during. the filming of
folks around since the primary in
going Way out California each meeting wl.ich will be held the scene that she had inherited $26-
The
Town of A
Vote was counted last Saturday paying Where everyone Is good, Hundred semi-monthly. Notwithstanding these 000 from a deceased aunt living in r
: "Well, didn't I tell you just howit It isn't any wonder that Lakes She's surely a hum- salaries the majority of the people of Pennsylvania Miss Jones, who is a

," : would come out? But every man I They call it Hollywood mer Just shines along business lines. Bartow feel! that the innovation will stranger to most film folk, was chosen
" 1 voted for was elected!I" by comparison. because of her ,
be greatly beneficial\ the city beauty, to play the
:, If that Is the Old Man Em-Em
#. But that they're way ,
A I now reforming ---- part of a diner at a cabaret where
.c- - m.u's AMoral3'oTh1' B.rrinA'.tJ\ l1 n ."01! tI't the J..ee feds about It \y y'n heck don't IIAI. i* ,."" !14 i u rlnyt! \n-. and Warn. RAxter... .:
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remain in hTiHundred .
': Mrt. C. C. Fouraktr, while attending Don't you th'nk: it b* Jolly Lakes"- - her sweetheart In11' the story, partake
l THEATREMONDAY V.r To cull it Hollywouldn'tT)] ;! and thus nave the expense. of going MISSIONARY MEETING
church in Jacksonville! had her of a meal coating.?aJ 85. While Miss
pocket picked anal lost the sam of *. away and buying a .tenth? A meeting of the Woman's Mis. Clayton was registering amazement

seventy dollars. While I never! had Neither Shock Nor Surprise sionary Society of the Christian at the extravagance in the foreground
l lies Some
Sure
: MARCH 13 I that amount of money all at one time Says the Ocala! Star: t In another Judge this issue it church was recently! held with Mrs. a messenger was handing
I'm not to rim the risk of ]losing Explosions are more num- It Miss Jones at
I going will be seen thatthe Watcher" de- L. U. Gedge, hostess, and Mrs. S. B4ultman a telegraphic dispatch ; it
.. ., what little I do have. I thank erous, but it doesn't cause clans ''that the running for conducting' tho business oec- the other end of the cabaret, which
',' such a shock now for a girl's woman conveyed to her the of her
you. conducted news good
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._., THE FLAME. OF THE SCREEN .____---'k -*-*- skirt to blow-up-an it excellent) race. If polling 76 votes', program.
Cafes! Here's A Pointer twenty years rR-o. plans of wrrk in Africa J. lucky for all who were remotely
with fully half of them men, where ;
1 .. IN ANOTHER SENSATION!Ij "Blow up? Goodness gracious engaged in the also
Why cannot some real restaurantin the Woman's Club la giving full endorsement j{ G. Waggoner gave a brief outline o( : production, was ..
: Annie those skirts are BO pesky tight demonstrated when of
the extra
cafe in and one
?j ) Kissimmee do thib? One Dr. David Livingstone's life
and hun-
that the best can do is to sorter ( there were one I .
they electricians found newly arrived .
': Auburndale will furnish all the fried dred members of" that club a little work; Mrs. Provin gave an account ) '
"roll "the walk. I
eat for meal for up" as wearers remember i of Ross in the ot: twins awaiting him at home"
", oysters one may one when mother bought while ago), where there were 182 I Emory jungles ? r
I, fifty cents. That is so different from I my Africa. nVv M\nrn '
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of silk (it women voters who ponn lAT"On"! in
twenty-two yards was
"f I this thirty or forty cents for a half- black IItUthat! would "almost long, arduously, and strenuously for j Two visitors were present: Mrs
heayy
dozen that it sounds good. In addi- 1 William Rohrer of Mount Vernon, 1I
stand she fo' the right to vote and hold office- ,
j alone"-and
paid plunksa
tion to this offer there will be records I for dress. As well,. if "The Watcher" considers thatan Ohio, and Mrs E. Pinney, of Klsiim- B. DICKERSON
yard) just one an
kept through the month and the per- off-hand I'd that such excellent race I'd surely hate to mee Mrs. C. H. )Mrlnnis, a recent "
son eating the greatest number will guess say sheer now sort see him place my money on his Judg- arrival, was welcomed to till! society I CONTRACTOR-AND BUILDER
amount of flimsy
!o receive back the money paid and will I an some mnnt between a kindergarten pupil and the April meeting will be held '
of IItUwould! make eleven dresses. -
be given' a good for one month at her home 503 Emmett street, with I
1 k pass Naturally, then, it seems to me that and a twelfth-grade! kid in a football Brick-laying, Lathing, Plastering,
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in Auburndale. Isn'tit
the movies I in of
to has contest. I sure would. Yassum. I Mrs. Gedge charge the pro- I Painting
the of somewhat
cost dressing
time that in Kissimmee i I I refreshments
someone Delicious
*. gram. were ,
While "comehigher" I No. 121 Brack Street, KJMimmee
depreciated. they may e
should get on to a thing of this sort? It Seemo Awful S'lly' | served by the hostess.
1ttiJ: they seem to cost less.. Yas- When 1 see a fallow who signs his These meetings are helpful! and

Always Abusing A Good Man sum. I name like this: "William Shires, III,"I profitable, and many more should at-
; Says the Leesburg, Commercial! Feller Han, To Be Careful I think it would look a durnsit'* I letter tend. FOR SALE! -:- FOR SALE!

,; ;;; Brother Lee, of the Winter Aint it awful embarrassing whena if he'd make it: "William fir nail,i ). G. WAGGONER, Pastor. CASH ONLY
Haven Chief, can't resist taki 000." What is the use of making it !
has to into store where MARCH IN
man go a KOIII DAY BATl MltAY.
P'uuoou. Pi.ul-'e l ing a poke at Thorn, of The, 1 there are merely a bunch of chickens a. double junior? It l is about as I' My hem, Northwest: corner- 180x
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R>d
.'eicck.A Kissimmee Valley' Gazette waiting on the women'customers andpick idiotic as a woman who'll ask to be SOCIAL ON THE DOCK 150 feet lot. White bungalow. Twolarge

-, on every occasion since out a couple of "whatdoyoudowith'em" mentioned in the paper as "Mrs. WAS GREAT SUCCESS clothes-closets. Cement walk;
:, ,. Thorn won the beauty contest Sherman-Smith-Jones.;' When such a 1
A ,6- things for other women - deep flowing well. Land set to fruit
cat at Lakeland. This time folks? He feels about as comfortable woman comes to my office with sucha Mothers-Teachers Club social at and flowers; house partly furnished. J.
: .I Red for the I he copies our about request I write it "Mrs. S. S. Jones"
:- query as a minister's son in a crowd of pee- the city dock was pleasurable. The Taxes paid. Reason for sellings-
+- bloed ia the heart j I the ouija board and says go nuckle players--and he really don't -and then let her take her jawingout II: air was delightfully invigorating, the death in family. Bungalow too large t

.f a woman who I uk Thorn-that he knows know what to do. 'Then up cornea a on some of her husbands-either sleeping-, tiger( (Lake Tohopekaliga) for me. ,
all those spook girls. young> damosel who has just had her past or present. Doesn't it make a I was peaceful-scintillating- -alluring. Call. at 1004 Mabbstte Street.
". loved toe much! That man Lee, of Winter Haven, evebrows picked and wears a seemore man disgusted to see a photo of some Many parties expressed desires for a Klatimmee. .
Peac.ckfor is a sort of a mean ,cuss, anyway. He' chest-protecter n feller gets: mor" pretty little kid in a Sunday paper I! sail o'er the quiet waters. -. JI"

l keauty, shimmering lives right on the shore of a charming scared when she says: "Something I and note below it: "Master, Clarynce I The program was Informal-in MRS. IDA' BROUGHTON tftt
lake and refuses to even make a can do for you,?" Aid. then when he Mulhollund eon of Mr. and Mr... John fact, impromptu, yet entertaining.
_lor, !luxury and price on the property-saying that I tells her and she asks "What size, Severnc-Wilkerllon-""adley'" Ill say I Circumstances prevented scheduledold

life!1 he saves considerable every year by I please" the man "gives her the once it should. songs, and old-fashioned games 1. V. KRIBB8 W. J.' SJTBBD

bathing in the lake rather than usinga I i over and replies: "Well, just about but possibly in moons to come- ot KRIBBS a: STEED *
; -ALSO- bathtub where the water is on a I your size." Then there is more sizzling Speaking Of Assessors many moons hence, probably-plans ,h
meter. I'll admit that weegee has as she gives her buyer the twice Says the Clermont Press: will be more fully realized. A. S. ... _._.... ..t Law
: The Fourth Episode 01'I done much for me-but since gasoline and down. It is surely a tough "The Clermont Press announces Nelson IB his reading recalled incidents K....__ FI.rlda

... is still on the hump I'm mighty up proposition-. d'you know, I sorter that the name of the some have seen in the little GBral ...;...._ !. all .....-... 4
1 "N A N OF THE NORTH" careful about whom I get acquaint I like it! assessor in Lake county ia trick schoolhouse of fifty years ago! : 11..... .<.<_ c...,..*., ." t.+

t J through that crazy disarinkums. I Nukt.; Well, aren't all assessors Mrs. J. E. Lupfer gave in her own

thank you. pnnn n\v._ ntTiititAv.- MAnrit m nuts. They are thus charming fashion, selections from >at Job..ton 0.-P.. t7ARRZ'C'. :' accredited, whether or not Riley. Mrs John Bull, a tourist, ''
such may be a fact; and, gave a Number, and Miss' Irene In- JOHNSTON &: GARRETT'ATTORNEYSATYAW

by heck, in some of 'em the gram, by special request, read two '
meat has just sort of dried numbers in dialect:: which highly '' r
| ifficeat.16, 11 -and 12, Oseeola ,Band,
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up. Kisfsimmoa Valley Gaz- pleased everyone Mrs. W H. Dresc
,, ette. We deny the allegationand led the singing. The old spelling BuUdi-g.; .4, ,
defy the alligator. Mr.: book was present but the school JI88U'KIII. rJ..ba1D4J.

1 SPRING SHOES | Null's meat is so far from master was late; hence the .pel

r i drying up that he and editorI down did not take place. Hot coffee W. THOMPSON t
.:i I Thorndyke would make excellent and delicious sandwiches were served
V j models for a living and en offering of $11.50 enhance

% If |I Mutt and Jeff cartoon. I the club treasury. The dock i. ideal Funeral 'Directors
> All I have to say regarding the for social evenings. Already other

.t. matter is this: gatherings. are I being planned to beheld

: Of Quality and Style .' If In Arthur Orange Butt does, another assessing nutt, there ., LICENSED tMBALMERStore ;

\if. Tia then' Lake's Nutt must be th' Hf'.K" Four) UAV IV: KI9AIM1II3H! .
:
f ( ( ,; ,' ; Butt. healing, there is nothing and Chapel Stewart, A?.. <
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Of
jokes not prepossessing. Liquid '
like Borocone. mends :
It torn KIS8IMMEB. VXORIDA
,
" ,, ,. ,;"I ,f'" if.l ',:i." ,' 'J\.\..;, Why'cannot Butt sign u$> with NuttIn flesh, heals' cuts, burns or sores so "

Fisher's daily witticismsAnd quickly no time is lost from work:
for Men Women and Children then the two merged in with Mutt i Price, 30c, flOc, and $1.20. Sold by
,
And let him, bear the criticisms I! J. Z. Robers'on. .. Robert Reidel: Co ..

1 s 1.:1'1 FUlin DtY' IV K.'lr.I' I REAL R6UGlTHOUSEIN
WAS
At Pre-War Prices I - -- -----
BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED I "AFFAIRS OF ANATOL" r.s

FROM OVER THE STATEThe I Securing 130000: -worth of furniture NOVELTYWORKS' :

I for n single interior setting and ,
Florida Christian for
home,
then smashing the outfit before the

4' 4' We Sell For Cash -:- Money's Worth or Money Back old men of the and Christian women): of church the denomination will op-- camera produces pliotoplnv realism, 7
hut tit a well-night prohibitive cost
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Hill Jacksonville, next _
en at Murray ,
Yet that is what Cecil R. IVMilIe did
Thursday. The opining' which will '
'in his Pnramount production, "The
commence at four o'clock in the af- 'Affairs! of Anatol," which will be HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY..; ALL
I :
ternoon, will be formal,nnd a general I
shown at the Casino:: next Wednesdayand '
: invitation to the entire state is extended INTERIOR FINISH. WINDOW, AND.
; FRED S. CILBERT Thursday. '" -
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( ______ I I Th" setting Tn question serves asa DOOR FRAMES, WINDOW AND __
Polk county is more' or less agog background for a part of the stoVv 10. -
106 Broadway KISSIMMEE Telephone 14 with excitement pver prospective oil It is an ultra-luxurious apartment DOOR SCREENS I

finds and a number of western com I which no expense was spared.
I The result was an attractive suit--
soil tests and
panies are making
bringing chemists to the section to furnished with approximately $30,000(

make careful investigations of what I worth of furniture. Thin included a' Phone 216 For. Estimates.- Dailieg '
valuable set of Louis XVI chairs
of the visitors, Introduced as a '
_ some
ton Ilalsey
n - I magnificent carved photograph case i and Streets, Kissimmee
of unique design, a grand piano,

lamps, mirrors, tables, a desk, lounge,
pictures and brie-a-brac.
0- e At the climax of this episode, Wallace Hours: 0 am. to 4 p.m; T to 9 p....

Reid was instructed to run
amuck, smashing! everything breakable KISSIMMEE:

Better Baking Sure in the set. The orders were com- '
; prehensive and Reid obeyed them to BUSINESS COLLEGE(

the letter. Not one stick of furniture

I : No More remained. in its original shape when Merchants and Farmers Bank
Failures
: ) i the vandalism was complete! Using Building, Kissimmee Florida : t
.- the small pieces of furniture as bludgeons -

The Reid shattered everything insight
MASCOT Ll slnaply revolutionized the while the camera clicked just 1

out of of his blows.' Mirrors JAMES: D. tfacOLABHAN. Principal
!range boaine**. By a new heating principle, the range; ,
lamps, chairs phonograph And piano
} MASCOT insure eves baking quicker hot Commercial Department .i 1 +
were demolished one by one. As a

Vrmter, and a saving of one-third or more fuel.l.h conclusion! to the scene, the husky MRS C. B. HlLTON"I
star seized the hug overstuffed 'EM
divan and hurled it bcdily through Stenography and Typewriting ,
the French door'at-one end of .
MASCOTB the _
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h set.

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'. .ono DAY !SATURDAY; MARCH i" Special Instruction in Secretarial '

; ., : COMMISSIONERS PAID Work.LUMBER.

". Iir LIGHT HEED TO LETTER

: 0;;:, '.".
MASCOT I:! A personal letter from Miss Elizabeth s' ,+

i 4 .; y thl new, Aultman to Dr. T. M. River )
.1': f" found only in the patentedheat was presented to the board of county

.t I la NOW driven ALL around the commissioners on Monday and read.It .
ti: I oren. This heat device makes the appeared to be an argument that h.'Before .

F ; range coat aCt more;la fact It makes this county take up a: unit of health,

'f it the cheapest range i. the world In conjunction with the federal department "placing your order 'forIlimberh

__ to operate. Think of caring a third by which nurses and help, mouldings, shingles, lath ti
or more fuel! Ask dealer ere could be established! in Oaceola hrork. Bend as ,your list
your fog '
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) + -. hoyw't'tuytecs: aU a demonstration, to care for ailments) and to prevent for low estimate. Our prices ,aM '.
disease No reference to 'the expense right, grades guaranteed and ,can
around the Y
ore* ) of the project was 1'Ol'tlnbuta 'R.
make deliveries promptly.He .
:
W. B.. MAKINSON COMPANY application made that a hearing .
Mascot Stove Manufacturing Company might be arranged for physician to "
a
'Chattanooga Tennessee; TW 'Hardware. Next !tie DepoT come to Kissimmee and make a' ,] Perry ,LumbefComp Dy t.i
tr that .
... In person. It was understood "'

the federal department of healthwould .. PERRY' .FLORIDA. .. . > ;
devote several! thousand dollars .
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FOUR ..THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE,. FRIDAY MARCH '10, 1922 _

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1 "PRINT THIS JUST'' AS IT IS" '""

,KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE .. VIEWED THE STATE .

VERY vew article are submitted to a newspaper U
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lIii..INE
f !TUBI.IflIBI> EVERY' FRIDAY' written precisely correctly--and yet there is frequently THEN MADE BIG BUY Y .sHOWING

BT : !: KI98IMMRB VALLEY GAZETTE COMPANY suggested "Don't thange a line in this; make it exactlyas
THIS
KI8BIMMEK. FLORIDA it. is written." Even in advertising-and im legal advertising
-there are frequent blunders and if ''the editoror IN KISSIMMEE PARK W II
W, 'B. HAnnia rr..ld..ntE. the man in charge of the advertising should let it go
{
a. VANS; AQNKW, Secretary '
,Yo L., THORXU'YKE.. Editor 'as the copy said it would 'cause' delay and expense to Kissimmee ParkA Rich Suburb of 118 !JlXO.iD\\-A\ ( A 110 KKOADWAT .,;

the attorney and his client When such errors' are noted 'Kissimmee, Now In Hands of New ;1'. :i

.1i. On.' Copy One nrHSCIUITloV Yar_.__..:._....HA'TK___.......-......12.04 the attorney is ::notified-and: he '* always grateful I Owner Who Plan Big Change t J
( On. Copy, Idle Months__....._ J.I/ for..the, correction. _...- .
I On" ', Three Months.-....... .. *" 3. P. IDepler, retired cani'nlist
Copes ) --- ------- To print a communication or a news item "as it is" a NEW.SHOP d

(Entered at the rMmtofflce at KlinlmrnVft.. Florida. would often cause ridicule to arise. The editor never who hails from Lwietnn extended! Illino'stourlnlt' time 'THE -
nil aecond.-claea matter.) Florida fcr Hn '
changes the sense erf an article-but He does see to it with a view to pU; -t'ia'Inr nomothimr (Just Opened) :
.. All) 'oommunlontlonii. .WKOt-nt from authorlui-d urrYxpomln that it shall read smoothly, convey the desired idea, car- which took his fancv. had about niad' Qfiy:. .:,
.
must be signed' by the writer.Hejcctod capitalization and punctuation-and be as near up his mind to return home withouteking
'" mnltiT will lie returmil If called-for ry perfect proper as fl ssible. .The person who hands in an ite-n a buy. Then hmcc. Saint Cloud, .J
to Kianimme"i, Park] bv T''. G. Siev"anil i x
'-F6 8an Advertising P-nr.M>ntAtlv 1 ---- saying "J.,1 t f fur) this; up IU yuuseMtthi.1stheidea """gho-wrr--th ...p03'ibiifflpn! tin re. It j and all surrounding territoryto
t THE AMERICAN PRE3&:: ASSOCIATION J| I'wish to 'convey! is always the man' or woman did not require any great .' _
welcome to the office. time for Mr. Deplsr. who Is on expert ;! call on X -.1,
FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1922 Regarding this idea the following\ justfound in the in l lund values in Illinois; to sec:
-- Saint Petersburg Times is decidedly pertinent : the natural advantages found there, '
and the deal 1 was at once closed. SATURDAY MARCH'11[ "J
y' "Please print this," says a man or woman who Mr. Depler was hown whirl th" . 'i
7 enters the newsroom of a newspaper. And then oublic road comes to the waterfrontin .- From nine in the morning ,
-BIBLE JIOOGIII JOUIIUIIL[ the tract purchnted. and, as it was I .
- comtl.lhe admonition""But- I don't want. it -changed.-- a\_ ;Qkdfor the.us- of all residents of __ till nine in the .evening :
Print it just as it is. that section of which ere -- "t-.1'

J Newspapers sometimes do print contributednews nearly ope hundred-he was led to e.,',1
GOD RULES WITHIN:-I will put my Spirit withIn believe that the countywould do its
items "as it is, but the editors
newspaper are AT THAT TIME THERE WILL BE GIVEN .A ,
'I'' and "walk in statutes, and share In Ueepirtfj the-impCovement. -
you, cause you my ye the sole judges of whether_this shall be done or not. up ; '
hull keep judgments, and do them.} And ye shall "' A communication to the commissioner --2
my It's one pf the rules' and ait'nable-one- that was read at the session on Mon
,, dwell in the land that I gave to your fathers and ye newspapers shall exercise control over their columns day in which the new owner stated Complete Millinery. OpeningWHEN
hall be my people, and I will\ be your God.-Ezekiel and do-with them as they tee fit. How well that heretofore tha eountv had kept

86:27: 28. they make decisions of what to print and what not up the dock, and he asked for a cer- WILL BE SHOWN THE VERY LATEST
of lumber with whichto
A tain
s to print is reflected in their success and the growthof erect quantity a new and large dock. lie AND MOST SUCCESSFUL MODELS IN MILLINERY .
COMMISSION OF GOVERNMENT
THAT FORM their circulation figures. .
would
agreed that if the county
FROM THE BEST OF FASHION'S MARTS ,
Newspapers are printed essentially for their merely furnish the lumber he woulddo i:
', LAST week a correspondent in The Gazette, in a readers (all of them in the bulk and averaged up) all the construction work, and

negligible endorsement of the commission-manager form and not for their news sources, although news turn. over to the county a perfectpiece ..
r of government for Kissimmee said: "Meantime it is sometimes favored if that favor be of workmanship.The WE SHALL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN WELCOMING
sources are can commissioners, some of them,
well to reflect that neither council nor manager can given without breaking faith with the readers. were not conversant with the fact ALL AND WILL BE GRATEFUL TO RECEIVE SUG-

create .income." While this may sound well from an Newspapers are glad to have the assistance of that the dock is a terminus of a pub GESTIONS AND PATRONAGE.THE .
argumentive point of view it must be conceded to be volunteer reporters-they encourage them in fact- lic road, and that there is a mail
c radically wrong-because that is one of the chief duties route to the location which would use!
but the newspapers must retain the right to pass in
&; of the councilmanic bodyand; it would be one of the judgment upon the merits of submitted news items. the shape.dock The as soon idea as seemed it was to placed prevail DATE IS SATURDAY MARCH I 11 I

duties of the commission and the manager, in collusion, Remember this, and be just as fair with your that the board had no right to fur-
to>> tontinue the practice. Doubtless what the writer intended newspapers as you are with the other agencies with nish material for a "private" dock- .

i to convey to the people...was that neither body which you come in contact in your daily lifer although last year the board supplied ."
could create the impossible-or the inordinate; that the a quantity of lumber to make these!! MRS. J. R. SINOUEFIELD
people governed would stand only for a certain amountof Every newspaper in the world desires to cater to needed repairs. The new owner, who
to make improvements ,
its readers-but it must not cater to class to the i proposes many
one
what might be termed by radicals as oppression.If there and to bring in a numberof 119 BROADWAY
Kissimmee can devise a good charter-one which utter exclusion of other classes. It cannot be partial. permanent people' rays thAt ,h.d!
from its very fairness and straightforwardness will merit It must give facts as near as those facts can be obtained he presumed that hU offer to do this
the approval of the majority of the people-there is not -without coloring and without exaggeration. ; and it work at his own expense would have
+ I
been turned down he would not have .
must its set standard of excellence and - - ---
the slightest doubt the measure would carryPROVIDED preserve con- still '
closed the deal. Mr. Depler
that three commissioners could be selected who would tinually endeavor to improve upon it. lieves, however, that when the be-I' O""tJoII., +OoO+.
s
:i be broad above all personalities; who would not pre board realizes that the- dock is a d I'
ANONYMOUS WRITERS NOT DESIRED lion of the public road which
; sume to get work through that was especially valuable
to them and of but little benefit to the masses; who been dedicated to the county, and H

'. would have the temeterity to stand up against friend and EVERY newspaper is frequently annoyed by correspondents .- that structure the needed will benefit replacement not .nly of all the of ..,

:'' foe alike, look them square in the eye. and declare that who have some well-written article upon those residing them! and in that vicinity ,\: ."., .' ,
the movement was good for all and not for a select few. pertinent topic for insertion in the columns of the paper at the present time, but all
f t I If Kissimmee is to grow as it should; as have grown -but who refuse to sign the name of the writer. An ed of. those who may come later on arrangements 'Dollar Bill" says: ;

other communities with far less advantages;;, it will have itor is responsible for what appears in his paperand with his will be made to comply.

t.:get 'out .f the class that is wholly for itself. It will he cannot be responsible for the varied opinions of those Already request.are there surveyors at> 7/ feeling "blue" you'll

have to adopt the Rotary spirit. It will have to do away who favor the paper with their own ideas as regards work on the entire section stakingoff your ,
d, with electing men to certain offices because they have many timely projects. That is why it is necessary that various tracts. As soon as this find in !
merely a "personal axe to grind"--and after that is all correspondents are forced to sign their name to articles is done! there will he steps taken to many good ones our

,t b Aground to a fine edge the city may go to the devil forall forwarded to a newspaper. The Saint Petersburg especially secure photographs attractive of spots some which of will the new line of woolens": ,ft;

he care New blood needs to be added in a fairratio Times has this to say.pertinent to the point at issue: l be placed on the market at once and '\f
r to' those'who have been striving to "rqn the city." The Times has received four communicationsfrom there will be publicity in various '.
Someavow that it is useless for the comparativelynewcoinerto ways to induce those anxious to secure ,
readers with that they be publishedin
a request rich and fertile soil to come Also All The Other
cO,, try to get into office; that the older heads its columns o.1'"Letters from the People." Noneof here and examine. 'Once here there }

t know the better what is needed; and that everything them will.be published for-.the reason that the will be no difficulty In. proving what Latest Shades in The ::1- '
Newest
p 'will ethe! better to make no radical change; but thosewho writers have failed te comply with the rules.,. Two may be'.done by showing what is being -
t study the matter"'with will admit that only by done. Already there are several I
care failed to sign any name to their letters, except: ; a :
from the north, who had previous.toa Weaves and Patterns for Men'sFine -
:s'blood-infusion!' tan oftentimes the life of the patient be fictitious one. One signv no name at all and the few week never realized so fine a .. .
1 ,. ,,'preserved.; ; ;': The older the generality of people become .fourth signs his own name with the request. 'that it portion of the county was contained I "Lukone'Madeto 'bJ-
.'--:; the more,solidly do they become "set in their ys"and be considered confidential. ,' to Kissimmee Park, who are anxious -. !.
'the. 'more difficult it beconries to introduce now plans. for blueprints that they may make
There is a' constant necessity for, change in the management Under tke title of The Forma The Gazette devotesa selections for themselves and for Measure Clothes.Responsible '

of a city-until such a time as the best shall have considerable !pace to publishing articles from the pea same of their acquaintances. ft S
I' ple but in "every case there are two stipulations! ; there Mr. Depler feels highly elated over .
been found and proven; and it is for this reason alone I his purchase, and will erect for himself -
if for no ether, that newer and more up-to-date plans must be aolhiig of a hb.l
,d akould be tried. I. name must be appended.; To hand 'anything the tract-ready for hia occupancy n
Not only is it possible Cor a commission of tJiree, in the In. of a cowmuBicaticn to The Gazette not in accord early in the coming season. .

working in accord, and having the experience of a manager with those sl1f>ul tiMis.; w merely wasting time and --DID-- Reasonable PricesCall .
COUNCIL THINGS
,,' who i i. an expert in his lines, to "create income"but moaey. Of course tkia sloes not apply to locals of interest I

it is possible! to expend that income with greater or (rival daily happenings in the way of society ,I (Continued from Para One,) ,'

x effect;' and that is an item of no small value. Right I or social life.ANOTHER I collected on the moment-or the culprit To-Day. \:
will he confined in jail until such
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there is where the manager comes into play. Under a I'
AUTO-DRIVER MURDERS SIXTEEN a time ns payment has i been made.
;-f. careful .and able each hundred FQOL
manager one cents may It is believed that Kissiramee: is the JUST RECEIVED .\
be made to do more than a dollar's worth of betterment. only city in the stale where a person ,
I
Gees have been known where on certain jobs fifty cents EVERY day swells the number of idiotic drivers fined for an offense is allowed to go Our Line of

,have done one hundred teats worth improvement. who choose to rush upon railway tracks. Were it onlY' free before the fins 'is settled for in SPRING AND '
Let there be some steps taken soon to select a com the driver who suffered death or disaster no one would ,I cash. A check bears no weight in SUMMER 'SAMPLES

mittee to take charge of such a matter and have it't care-except for the massing up of the railway crossingsbut : any The court. of T. J. Carroll, who was "
case
't done soon enough that none shall remain ignorant. of too olin it is the Innocent passengers that- have to I arrested by Floyd Tyson, chief of police Kissimmee Dry Cleaning & Pressing Works
what the bill may call for. bear the brunt of the disaster. One of the latest casuali- ) last January, was brought to the
4 ties is that where sixteen were killed at Painesville Ohio Attention of the council. It was reported 'iJ.i i 1 1r
1 WHY THIS USELESS PROPAGANDA? because the driver of a bus drove upon the tracks after that Carroll put up a order fifty

he was If-warned. The driver will probably recover dollar bond-an express money l 4. .'i )
the
yk'' FROM South The Gazette has this week -which was deposited in one of laf.. PIOOOU'O ;:, .'
-and then there will occur "criminal l prosecutions"but banks in this city. Carroll failing to f
r received fully three columns of stuff with the kindly suggestion such things will not bring back life; nor is it probable appear at court his fine and costs -
.} tkat it be "released upon receipt." It's all about the driver has sufficient funds to even pay the fun were assessed at $lt.( Later he appealed UHOOOOUO-OUU" o'o o-ooo o.t. u'.
beard of health in that and for the amount of $34 due
a state, moving picture units. eral expenses. There is a "stop--'ooJ.--.listen'' at I
him from the balance of the bond: ke .
and percentages about as interesting to the general all which .1
railway crossings should be heeded; and in deposited. This has not been turned
reader here as full'instructions regarding the c a'uring of this instance there was watchman swinging his hantemto over, so it-waa asserted at the council i
\.. thongs to lace snowshoes in Northern Canada. It U a give aa added cauhoa. If the chauffeur recovers he meeting, to the t'ity-nor to Car-
pity that so much money should be wasted. The copy should be given a trial-and then hanged or electrocuted. roll-and Carrell 1* insistent that he TAX
for this editorial is being written upoa the reverse of receive it. The mayor was instructedby NOTICE .j
the council to turn the matter over -
some of the sheets and other copy will fill the re- CALIFORNIA BEACH WEDDING NO NOVELTY the who will
to'
city attorney press
mainder. From all sections of the country comes with the collection of the amount either -GO.- H 1

unfailing regularity sheet after sheet of propaganda. CALIFORNIA has bee receiving much publicitysome from the farmer chiefof police or

r Occasionally there will be found a dozen liaes on some bad aid some gooj-because there was a weddingon from his bondsmen.The NOTICE is I
,f j page that i is of interest to the general reader-and that the Los Angeles beach where the groom and bride the taxes matter which of have collecting been for some sometime of hereby given 1

M properly clipped and headed and published But fully were clad in bathing suits the officiating clergyman delinquent was considered to a
ninety-five percent of _the. stuff is used! to write dummy wearing his usual clerical. garb. That is one of the considerable extent. There are manyto that the Tax Books of Os- i
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advertisements upon ir h lilled With really"acceptablematter. methods California has'ietia' the-limelight. 'In'West b.. collected, through due proceaaof t.
The editors Lave no real kick, probably, at the law, and it was deemed best to
Palm Beach only few there wedding ceola
a years ago was a County fpr the
time
make a commencement at this year
i receipt of all this copy paper-only that it accumulatesmore
ceremony of that description-with the additional attraction -and then follow steadily until all
rapidly than it can be used that the clergyman also wore a one-piece bathing- of the kind have been settled The
1921 will close
MAKE THE BUILDINGS FIREPROOF suit: but no oQe in that city had the gump to make it city 'attorney was instructed to commence promptly .
a matter for The Associated Press. In 1904 at a bathing action against Mach Brother

a' t!' MOST assuredly is it to be hoped that when the MeuV beach in Larimer ceunty. Colorado there was such a and the Graystone hotel. on April first. All taxes

Ls ,_st construct their college building at Lakeland they wedding'-and neither the bride, groom nor clergyman PROMISE .OPEN ROAD

WI .insist that every room in every building be strictly received any condemnati.n for the performance. It from. h.OQe) not paid by that date will
v .1, i a. easy to have them that way as any would .seem that Tome newspaper are endeavoring to (Cntnnd
authorities have done nothing on
e her-although ,of course: the cost will be a little ''greater make mountains out of the proverbial molehill. their mileage .there having< been buta
,for tbe. primary. construction. Any building may be so few sovelsful of dirt thrown in be subject all penalties.C. .

-, constructed that the entire' contents'of a room imty.be A SILLY MESS OF STUFF at aeveral point; yet the entire road .
demolished by fire-yet flame will be confined to one ia in' far better shape than many a L. BANDY

1'''w> 'room;";and the magnificent building planned for this iaititurion CERTAINLY the A** ciated Press must be_gettiag road' where in the the northern wonderful portion state of Florida de- ; p

may as well be made right while the construction mighty. hard up, for fi t..p stuff! A balf-coJ: ma'al'- partment. bas been *o extremely; : energetIin '
2 .# ri* going oe, .With plenty 6f money at their command the ticle about young>woman. of Chicago: who i is. going to buying office faturea.' Tax Collector.

iff tnptee: would be derelict i in their duties if any section of open a lioN hi New/Yerk for the sale of lingerie and im Flerkta held 863 ,

the building should be lighted. With'tns.tworth build- mesh other underaSing '.*' the-elite can wear without farm County meeting, agents* in'1921 and rave 1147 I 43

_ t. ,yb;. .i,rjnd conscientious: i.pecton"the Lakeland investmentahould distorting their forms and gure* is i bOw going the rounds.In talk \m arrienltural subjects at different .

w .-, become a' monument that should'last.till time shall an.ordinary' country weekly would. be. ,worth. about. .ca mDce.of farm people. - -- . ..

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TTHEGRANDEST; 'CREATESTDAr'tYER'IHOWN'1N'=: CENTRAL'FLORIDA- WITH,-SOMETHING-TO-OCCUR-HEVERY- "MINUTE-OF-THE-TIMEv THERrWILV"SEA -SL1fltRACrFOR- ... '-

FORDS: THERE. WILL.BE PRIZES FOR ALL SORTS OF FORDS FROM THOSE THAT ARE REALLY GOOD-LOOKING TO THOSE THAT CAN HARDLY STAND ALONE. THERE WILL BE PRIZES
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FOR THOSE BRINGING INTO KISSIMMEE THE LARGEST NUM BER OF PEOPLE: PRIZES FOR EVERYTHING. MORE, THAN HFTY GIFTS TO BE DISTRIBUTED. THIS AFFAIR IS NOT BE- ;

'1'' ING RUN BY THE FORD PEOPLE: THErHAYE NO MORE TO DO'WITH IT THAN ANY PRIVATE. CITIZEN. IT IS A PUBLIC AFFAIR-BACKED BY THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND ALL ,

I" a THE PEOPLE EVERY MERCHANT IN KISSIMMEE IS TO DO HIS SHARE: IT IS NOT AN ADVERTISING STUNT-ANY MORE THAN ADVERTISING TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS AND ALL ADJOINING

COUNTIES THAT THERE IS ALWAYS A WELCOME IN KISSIMMEE FOR ALL OF THEM. THE ,"FORD DAY" IN KIS SIMMEE WILL BE THE FIRST DAY OF'THE SORT'' THAT HAS

BEEN PULLED?OFF..EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND LET'S" MAKE IT A BIG AFFAIR. COMMITTEES WORKING HARD TO BRING MATTERS TOA STATE OF-PERFECTION '

N ill AND EVERY EFFORT WILL BE: MADE TO SHOW THE THOUSA NDS WHO COME FROM ALL PARTS, OF THE COUNTRY THAT KISSIMMEE IS A GOOD PLACE AND FULL OF VIM AND VAP. i\

-- -. THE KISSIMMEE. CONCERT'BAND' BEEN ENGAGED FOR ALL DAY-AND EVERYONE WILL ADMIT THAT THIS AGGREGATION PUTS 'OUT'AS FINE MUSIC"AND. AS MUCH ,,OFIT:, :;AS

THE "MILLION DOLLAR BAND" THAT' IS MAKING SO MANY BOASTS. MERCHANTS ARE TO MAKE SPECIAL SALES-SO THAT THOSE WHO COME FOR PLEASURE MAY MIX'IN A.LIT. .

i / TLE BUSINESS-AND SAVE ALL THAT IT MAY COST THEM. THE FUN TO BE FOUND WILL.BE-WELL WORTH THE MONEY. THERE WILL BE SO MANY THINGS FREE THAT IT WILL' ;

KEEP THE PEOPLE BUSY LOOKING AFTER THAT PORTION OF 'THE PERFORMANCE. COME. LETS HAVE 'A GRAND GOOD TIME. DROP ALL FEELINGS THAT THERE HAVE BEEN

"HARD TIMES" AND CUT LOOSE ON EVERYTHING THAT WILL YIELD PLEASURE. THE KEYS OF THE CITY WILL BE TURN CD OVER BY THE MAYOR TO THE ENTIRE CROWD




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\ BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS THERE IS 'TO BE SER VED A HUGE FREE BARBECUE. THE BEST OF MEATS HAVE BEEN SECURED, AND THE COOKING WILL BE DONE BY THE

i SEVENTH SON OF A SEVENTH SON WHO HAS,ALL THE "KNOW-HOW" TO MAKE THE MEAT AS SWEET AND PALATABLE AS EVER WAS A BARBECUED BEEF. THIS WILL BE ENTIRELY

,<' FREE-THE CITIZENS OF KISSIMMEE GUARANTEE THIS. ROLLINS COLLEGE HAS BROKEN AN ENGAGEMENT AT ANOTHER CITY FOR THE PLEASURE OF COMING TO KISSIMMEE AND

CONTESTING IN A BASEBALL' MATCH WHICH WILL BE THE OPENING WEDGE OF WHAT THE KISSIMMEE TEAM IS GOING TO DO THIS SEASON. THIS GAME ALONE WILL BE WORTH

" COMING MILES TO WITNESS, AND KISSIMMEE FANS ARE Wit LING TO GO BROKE ON "ST RY." YOU KNOW STORY-IF YOU KNOW BASEBALL. SUM UP ALL THAT IS GOING TO'

';'. 4 TAKE PLACE-AND BE IN KISSIMMEE ON SATURDAY, MARCH 18BE IN THE CITY EARLY. THERE IS GOING TO BE A PARADE IN THE MOR, IN&l-AND IT WILL BE'WELL TO BE HERE

EARLY. BRING ALL THE FAMILY. NO MATTER IF THEY DO GET TIRED-THEY CAN SLEEP ALL THE BETTER AT NIGHT. GET IN THE PARADE, LED BY THE BAND. GET IN,THE CON. -,

'. TESTS. TRY SOME OF THE BARBECUED MEAT; IF YOU CANT FILL UP ON THAT REMEMBER THERE WILL BE NO LACK OF SERVICE AT OTHER PLACES. REMEMBER, ALSO, THAT

THE FORDS HAVE NO EXCLUSIVE RIGHT'IN THIS CITY: EVERYONE OF THE OTHER ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SEVEN VARIETIES OF CARS WILL BE AS WELCOME AS THE'' FLOWERS ." .

IN SPRING. THERE WILL BE NO HOLD-UPS-NO SKIN-GAMES-NOTHING TO OFFEND THE. MOST EXACTING-AND EVERYTHING WILL.BE DONE TO GIVE PLEASURE TO THOSE .j

WHO MAY HONOR KISSIMMEE WITH THEIR PRESENCE. DON'T LET THIS OPPORTUNITY PASS TO HAVE A 'GOOD TIME-AND SEE SOMETHING THAT HAS NEVER BEFORE'BEEN'GIVEN !

IN THIS STATE. NEVER MIND THE GOOD CLOTHES: TKZ. MAN wu. &WEARS THE OVERALLS IS THE MAN WHO IS MAINTAINING THE COUNTRY. EVERYONE ,IS INVITED TO MAKE

ANY STORE OR OFFICE IN THE CITY THEIR HOME FOR THE DAY: AND EVERY FORD MAN SHOULD HURRAH FOR "UNCLE HENRY" AND FOR THE MUSCLE SHOALS OFFER. COME'TO

KISSIMMEE ON SATURDAY, MARCH 18. FORGET NOT THE DAY OR THE DATE. JUST COME-AND THE WELCOME WILL BE WAITING. ;if
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OdOd4ddd0 d00080ddd0 if from sort of ski Nature intended that should : Frof coast to coast Tanlac is known .............nn .nn-.. -- ,
suffering any you T.1t 1T | (| ><| )) ) M 4.
I + diseases try Neid's Baths. 40-tfc eat what you want You can do it if 'and honored and millions have taken |
,..- WEATHER REPORT W. L. Thorndyke and family have you take Tanlac. Central. Drug, it and l pronounced it the greatest EISELSTEIN BROTHERS"f
" 0> + removed from their recent location on Store., .medicine of all times... Central"Drug. FUNERAL: '
I" t" Official Bulletin of daily tern- Main street to their former residence 'Mr: and Mrs. John Carver, of LOdI, Store. I Perfect DIRECTORS
''t "", perature and precipitations fur corner of Brack and Oak streets; Ohio are pending a portion of (the : Many a man could the esler pay S.nice'-Motor Equipment ,
7 / its, 0 nished ,by the Kissimmee Cod season in Kissimmee -making their his taxes if he'd rut off a dollar'aI 403 Broadway, Comer SpromJe. '...
\, ,; O eperative U. S. Weather Bureau Children'si i socks in all| colors-just 21$. -KIS8IMMCE, .
stay at 14 Orlando avenue. i weak from the amount of gasoline he
f' received. V, Story & Company I
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O Station, for the week ending Lylesi!
uses for joy-riding. .,And things all .ooooooo..o.oooo..oo..o..o..o.. . .
Thursday' March t, 1022) : x Stop at Fish Lake Park, midway ... ". .
44 round would be the better for the re- t.-
between Kissimmea and Saint Cloud,
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< Friday, 3 ___ 86 R5 : thlrty 'in the afternoon to Mr. and for gas, oils, cold drinks, cigars! etc. trenchment.The .otoooo ............0.. O..OOOO............ ..OOt.'.. ..' .'
12-tf offices of Dr. W. L. Winn are .
, Saturday, 4_ . 78 ii .211-> Mrs. C. E. McAllmrer. 714 Mabbettestreet '
! <" S.aday, 5. ._ 7i 4111 a nine-pound: daughter Mabel. To pay his fine for being late: ata new' located only in Saint Cloud.
, 4 Monday 6..._ ._ 88 54 I City tax books will!\ close Saturday, previous meeting; S. R. Chapman Phone 122. Office 'in Odd Fellows. INSURANCETHAT
: 4 Tuesday 7------ 81 GS ,16Wodne '> April 1 J. Pay now nntl l avoid the pen- furnished a box of fine cigars for the block. 12-tf "4
, 4 Jay, 11 ._ (>a 4(5Th ( .> | ally. J. R. Gilbert, city cf rt.! 12-5t Chamber of Commerce dinner yester Mr. and Mrs Frank ,Wilson and ,
r -eo .rmkfy, 9.-- 83.4 Notarial bonds< were issued by the day."In daughter, Gladys, who have been re PROTECTSSERVICE. ;
'. ,.. < Readings are made at (>::00 p. 4m. > commissioners on Monday! for H. M. My Own Back Yard" I am siding at 509 Mabbotte street, left by ..
i! .. 4 for the preceding twenty.four :> Breaker cad! Lucille: Johnson while specializing in wathing.and. polishing car on Tuesday morning for their '
*> HOIMS. .*> the 1 bond> of Robeit/'I-e-vMR! as deputy- cars, md minor repair work. Cars home in Marion Ohio! -having spenta : '.
" *> ALI4SON. T. FRENCHoperative > sheriff, was also accepted called for and delivered. Your pat- very pleasant season in Kissimmee.Pink '
t. (..- Observer. 4ddddd44d000d46ddo00 Bad debts collected or no Results ronage will be appreciated. MarvinC. blue, green white brown THAT ,
t guaranteed., J. M. Willson.pay. district DuPcnt, 110 Emmett. street; phone tan and black also fancy colored I. SATISFIES'n. SQx
, 77. 13-It tops-in children's socks: Lyles
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' manager After an extended visit with his Story & Company. LUPPERS' INSURANCE,
I! Miss Albina Smith, home demonstration AGENCY
, forma- daughter, \Mrs. Rull Bass, C. W. G. L. Fleming, who has been residing .
agent, is the "
tion of a poultry association urging -believing Crabtree has returned to his home in on Main street the past sea- I ooo 0..t..t.o ..OO" 0.. ;
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: J ITEMS OF A WEEK that through such: means there Wiest Virginia-greatly in love with son, left yesterday for his home in ,' :
will be a great increase in poultry this section of Florida. Mr. Crab- Amesville, Ohio. Mrs. Fleming will ._-
tree is to follow in few weeks
planning return at an early a remaininghere I
profits. in the to Mr and Mrs. E. P. Dann and fam
dare( autumn. complete moving
' Furnished reems for rent. W. B. I Found on Brack; street; woman's Mrs. and to close the house.arrangements ily, of Miami spent the latter partof The Cash and Carry'
Charlotte is
11-tf planning
Harris, Gazette office.. I i new patent-leather slipper. Owner Downey the week In' Kissimmee as guests
I to open a class in dancing in Downing Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Klem,
fraay have same by 40c for of 'Mrs. Dann's parents, and
Mr. and Mrs. John Fry, visitors in I IKwmimmee paying Captain
office. hall Saturday morning. She is whose home is in Norwalk, Ohio, are Mrs. Johnson
this notice. Gazette It Clay and visiting her
left Monday for a visitte
on said to be very clever in both classi- spending a few weeks in Kissimmeefor
and ether points on the I I H. Dan Ashford returned' on Wed- brother who was here on leave of ab
Tampa cal and ballet dancing-and severalof the first time. They are making
west coast. !nesday i from Ws brief visit to has sence. They returned to Miami Sunday Has Changed Its 'Nanie }
her private pupils are showing their home with Mr and Mrs. S. B. afternoon.Dr. :, ,
If sufferer from rheumatism try 'parents in Gainesville, Georglnd'his proficiency. Aultman 817 Broadway, and the
Neld's Baths. 40-tfc many friends here were glad to "Jack" Sparling was over from length of their visit here Is a* yet and Mrs. O. L. Buckmaster; of
I. IIoBorable Stephen C. Acree was |j greet him. Orlando on Tuesday looking after undetermined. Saint Cloud and Mrs. Buckmaster's
absent frees the meeting of the board City tax books will: close Saturday, business matters. He and Mrs. "I have sold over 2,000 bottles of mother, Mrs. M. F. Evan, of Saint We have removed from our'oId location ''
ef the county commissioners on Mon- I April 1. Pay now and avoid the pen- Sparling are spending much of their' Tanlac aad have newrhad a dissatisfied Louis, were. in Kissimmee on Sunday Emmett and are'"ow'' '
day-the third time in fifteen months. alty. J. R. Gilbert,' city clerk. 12-St time in Orlando in camping beside customer: writes Smiser's Drug afternoon taking in the band con on street
.-11- Try oar A. i. S. food products; all J. L. Tucker has closed his meat- some! of the many lakes to be found Store, Columbia, Tennessee. Central cert. Dr.of the Buckmaster spoke very occupying: the quarters formerly''' occupied JY
I highly the band had
market and has' removed: to Lake- IB that Drug Stores'Whether progress '
Grocery, 23 county.
alikr. Kissimmee: I,I been making during the season.F. by the Quality Market-and
land. Mrs. Tucker is remaining
Mrs. Helen Perdue tOOe'will be deal
"'adway. x following: a a by
J4s. Leaera COWJOT, now a residat I this city until the ccmpletion of the three months visit to Tarpon Springs, which cucumber-growers may lease a class. W.blacksmith Meier has opened a first- at the same. time we have adopted(the 4
school term. shop at No. 9 Main
where she grfast of her of the '
wag daughterand portion citrus-growers' packinghouse -
transacting of '
of Saint Glomd. was name
,. uetness aad visiting l friends in Kis- City tax books will close Saturday son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs George has not been determined. JEarl street and, being a _ch.nleJ he will
inrnee'on Saturday. April 1. Pay now and avoid the pen Nickles returned on Saturday to her Lupfer, who has been investigating guarantee everything turned out of
alty. J. R. Gilbert, city clerk. 12-5t home in Kissimmee, 21 Beaumont the project, find that no deal his shop to be perfectly satisfactory: THE
Bc>O. J... alKkm".ter, osteopathist, in every respect. His I I. locatedin QUALITY MARKET '
shop
There is to bean extensive millinery avenue, north, much Improved in of the sort can be made1 for fully s
Satat Cloud. Office in Conn building. health.A five weeks. the alley just north of the Christian
opening tomorow at the newly- '
13-tf church, with an entrance from "
opened shop of Mrs. J. R. Sinque-, wagonload of tomatoes were in Mr. J. R. Gilbert was called to both Main and Broodway.Mrs. -
Dr. J. S. )smelt. one of the factors field. at 119 Broadway Her 'shop Kissimmee on Tuesday' coming- from Jacksonville week on account of WE-ARE '
ASKING YOUR ?
'"PA1RON'ACE
Kissimmee Park, better known as will be devoted all day and eveningto Auburndale, where they were raised the illness of her little grandchild.Mr. . Celeste FrTpp aD""Mn. Alex. .
1 "Doc," has been spendinasever.1 showing the latest styles In millinery by W. B. Edmundscn.; While they Gilbert later received a telegramthat ander Akerman have been attending AND ASSURE THE SAME, ;
days this week in Kissimmee. and her stock Is new and fresh. were apparently culls carrying many the baby was better, but Mr*. the state board meeting of the State s
tax beeks will close Saturday, "sh end Federation of Women's Club in QUICK AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT ,
City -Mrs. S. G. Barber mother of Mr*. { 'splits they formedan Gilbert had been taken ill Later
R April 1. Pay now and avoid the pen- R. S. Floyd and Mrs. Julius M. Smith excellent showing-and were especially advices, however, stated that she was. Pinella county. The sessions Included AS OF OLD. '
, ], alty. J. R. Cilbert, city clerk. 12-Bt was taken top hospital in Orlando good for home consumption.T. much better. meeting. at Oxona, Saint Petersburg
LieutonaB-cemmander A. K. John- Tuesday to undergo an operation.Her . H. Lander, of Avon Park, was Mrs. Ella Bass who has been very: Clearwater, and Tarpon -
4, Ben, from Norfolk, Virginia, spend- condition was'considered so critical In Kissimmee on Sunday as guest of ill with consumption and who ha Springs-the Pinelfe county federa WE SHALL APPRECIATE YOUR
MH a brief leave of absence in Kls- that both daughters have been his parent, Rev. and Mrs. David been receiving aid from the county tion being hostess. .
iaarnee'wftb hi* parents Captain and pending a greater portion of their .Lander, of No.. 316 Church street. to the extent of five dollar a month Word has been rft'elncl/rom, O. S. TRAM .;'1
l Jfrs. Clay Jebneon.nce time' by her bedside. 'I' He wee loud in his praise of the ex asked for additional relief, and on Daisy and G. W. 8. Daisy, who with A
.*ed. always used: *elftfceadinff Floyd Tison former city chief police -. cellent'program' that was being rendered Monday the ,commissioner increased their families; have beenL.apeDdinc I JOHNTTOAVISManager ';
needles ef the .latest and returned from a brief visit to by the local bond-and did his that sum to ten dollar. She i* a the winter in KJssimmee,, and who ', ,
street, part in the earned applause.Mr. most left here two' week since H. ,
Wet variety. Call at 821'Brack West Palm Beach on Monday and I deserving woman.J. some for
,Xillalm..... 9-Stx was loud in praise of what he aw 1 and Mrs. C; A..Thompson, who .'H. Duncan, in charge of the af their home' in Wichita Kansas, that '
a-t.. 1 ,Mra. J..En' ) '
: ; a venae,..i*'in receipt of a bunch and thrift and actual business on'every KUsimmee; having>apartments at now in bankruptcy, expect toopen hard snowstorm-and 'we*. 'strong : i! .;;..
*y e4 what she' term !"the 'very purest hand. And be add: "Just tothink !the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Anlt. the several bid he has received for their wishes that :they had remained .......'...'
l and .best Plymouth Rock egg that that eight yeara ago that place. :man'S17 Broadway. left on Monday the,stock in a lamp Bale. tomorrow. another month in Kissimmee." simmee.for; the past :two,.week. *-?, 1,
eve- went lab an Incubator or under was no'better iHan Kissimmee s,I* for their,home in West Haven, Con Should any bid com ,close""to what Mr. and Mr*.'8- L; Baker left thin making-their' home, at the'residence: ,
hea They werr *ent' by her soot, now. It show what good advertising i necticut.'. This,ha been their second may, be,termed, a reasonable'offer week for,their home in. Lambs* Pennsylvania of.Mr. and Mrs. John,McPhatter,and :
: J. XJrkpatrickr.. ,tram .Social'Cir) and push, and tbss ,pulling' together season be.-.Dd they, have already there will be transferotherwise, where. Mr. :Baker- i* ticket have ao greatly enjoyed their sojourn ;
de Georgia .DO.wIth his ,wife, will do-once ., ihiDpatan.*. mad. hrrangemenH to return, 'at.an. IIr.- Duncan will readrertue any maytell ag.nt.on.the Pennsylvania CentraL that they plan. returning here' a*aoon.Ja
q were recent visitor In .KJ* ljmnee.,: ,ed right!*" j'.' -, early; date next falL- tb* stock* at:.uet1on., ', The couple. ,.bar- been.yiaitiDar.1n Kls- poaaible.. :\,
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SCHOOL NOTES that a cleaner .,'clas '*f.. discontent L MSTlTCHING PECOTING ,
IPOLITICAL l COLUMNFOR ] have been occupying the'quarters
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Approaching Banquet the lake before turning them over to @

the chef-"Bob."' Campbell.And '. .
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY STATE ATTORNEY, I The coming Junior-Senior banquet the bill, which now amountsto NETTYE NEWTON .
I If' the 'annals -of this heroic band : will be held at Runnymede' Lodge,. $466,37. has not been .paid. In '. 1 l..

was chronicled, they would say: "Theyare Friday Have March 17 Although'tht"ir fact, the law says that no deals 314 Mitchell Street Phone' 30& "
prouder than the proudest Inca : heard been left secret, we have amounting to 9300 or more shall be .
braver than the boldest Saxon that the affair is to be very contracted unll'ss the needs shall be
+ PHONE 117 fearless and .unrelenting as foes Knight de-, j elaborate and exclusive. The high made-,public] by; 11\11'1 rtlsinA" The die
3 . f voted and: unflinching( in friendship, \ school faculty and the senior class infectant manufacturers would really CA'S'INfTHEATRE | I. t
have received invitations
tf PracticalContractors and purity of their morals without I like their money, if the commissioners

and Builders Jh parellel race or I In tribe the on history the face of of any all other the';;,'I .......,,,,.,,,....,.Story-Hour- awayW please; -h e'n'and the could commissionersfailed .use it :right V V-T I"

I to draw wurrant -
earth. ___ ___ I. ]Miss! Corbett, who In In J Ki.'s'mmoe, a upon request '
of >ii the manufacturer sent the bill ''
I I' Cold: settled' in' the muscles of the 1 with the' Radcliffe Chautauqua: has to Lewis O'Bryan to collect lie presented fRIDAY, MARCH 17 I"'I?

Structures of All Kinds neck, arms or shoulder makes every been having a story hour and pl tying it in due and legal form-but
A., j ..."8..6I1t painful. Use Ballard's gamed with the boys and girls; after connullilif- with the commissioners -
i Snow Liniment It relieves the every afternoon after jchoil.! Thfp' , ,
pain he sent it I\( k with the proper
and relaxes the muscle9Three sites, story hour is vary popular anion* notations.
WOOD, BRICK, STONE, STEEL, 'SOc 60c and Sold 7. the children of the community, and l
I 120. by J. Then the company pnt the bill] l t"> .
Miss has the !, lii"
Corhett frien
STUCCO Kober on. ** won < ; John ("ndfl.! I 11 I write letter thcOI1Iili 'I4
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h h 1 of all her hearers Kvervono wil'!! --4
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AR RSTEDI SAINT CLOUD sincerely her deparru11.but
regret "wherea'Jos";:; and Icjoil ) the ,I
Painting, Tinting, Paper-Hangings % the. children will try to ken up the p.hrast's;
I FOR MURDER OF HUSBAND commissioners! read the )letter, talked
+ spirit of co-operation which she hall
I with the he sent
Everything in the Building Line -- instilled. attoney'-art too,
Under a DeLand) dateline of Tuesday -II i .. the bill back tr the manufacturers
i March 1, appears in the asso- : BasketballLast with some more notations:
N. F. BASS JACK BASS j eIat.-d press publications the follow- : On Monday another letter was re '

322 Roy.l St. 515 Sproule Ae. j irjr :whu'h may be if interest to many: ) Saturday evening the fl-rls t'eived-this time font' Milton Pled-
I Mrs Alice Shields, aged thirty- ger. He wpnt into the matter deeply,
Basketball Team of O. H. S. had
aeregaln
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-.I v i-Twas-held-in--t -quoted' Coke- fllarkotone the chrrhlaw MIt
with awes city on our court.: ;- .
tonight on a charge of murder in At the end of the first half the Klssimmt"e the eighteenth amendment, andpra.ed
connection with the killing of her J.hat the sum of $466.37 be
Se'Vt"nte-nth Judicial CircuitTo I team was ahead, and at the 4
""--- husband, William A. Shields, aged I close the score was 22 to 5 in favor turned over to him to settle the account '4'j
The Democratic Voters! ofthe sixty-five, who was reported to have of Kissimmee.The and balance his collection; '
"Macy '
KISSIMMEE PLUMBING SHOP Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of been shot from ambush while enroute I basketball girls wish to ex- charges. The commissioners heard McAvoy//

Florida: i home with his wife the night-of Mon. tiress. their gratitude Paul Stanley the letter-then pasted the buck to I A homespun Vamps.A'.1ar

I am a candidate for the office of day, February 6. for the lovely box 'of candy which 'he the clerk of the board.It 4 .Aciw'.a
Too Mrs. Shields was arrested at Saint really looks as if the bill was
Nothing Big State Attorney for the Seventeenth pave: them as a reward for their overwhelming -
f Judicial Circuit of Florida subject! to Cloud, 'Osceola co-anty, today, when victory over Haines City. not going to be paid-not, at least
"S. wish
J Nothing Too Small the authorities till there is yon yon hadn't divorced .
your will as the same shall be ex- I following' a tip given more money in the treasury. -
pressed in the Primary Election on by the "committee of investigation, NRB FORD DAY IN KINBIMMKH me 7"
June 6, 1922. Ku Klux Klanr'-V again questioned her FOR' PROFESSIONAL Ne fronti crede in re disinfecto.
AH Work Guaranteed I I I am a native of Florida, thirty concerning the affair. MrsT Shields' DANCING j Stephens wake up to his wife's '
of and nave been practicing version to the effect" that her husbandwas Watch your children for symptomsof
age, Mrs. Charlotte )
years Downey, a petite
it To Be S.tiJadCH'JIS law continuously since June, 1913. forced to halt his automobile by little dancer who hails from the New worms. They undermine the health charms just as his lawyer tells II -i;

I was a member of the House of an obstruction in the road and was England states, is about to open a and breed sickness.! Use White's! li i him that the marriage is annulled j
I Representatives! from Lake County I then shot from the woods alongside school! for pupils who desire! to learn Cream Vermifuge. It expels worms i
Broadway Telephone 143. during the Sessions of 1918, 1919 and : the road, was said to have held many both classical and ballet dancing. As and restores health and vigor./: Price, I -ALSOTOPICS -

,1921, having been nominated by the inconsistencies and a warrant charging \ may be seen by an announcement in 35c. Sold by J. Roberson.. .. .
I Democrats of Lake County, at the I : her with murder was sworn out. another column her class! will begin OF THE VAT f
'Primary Election of 1918 and 1920 Assistant State' Attorney R. S. Saturday morning in Downing hall FORD.- DAY, I'TI nntv. "H1f IN

without opposition. I am now attorney Mott made public a l letter purporting I and she has already, a number of pu-
$ ACHES AND PAINS- for the Board. of County Commissioners to be frem the Ku Klux Klan, whit'hI I pils who wish to beiome proficient in
of Lake County and Chair he had received dated Friday, March the art.FORn "
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man of the Charter Board of the Cityof I 3. The letter bone the date line of P"C ITBlacksmith
SLOAN'S GETS 'EM! Leesburg. Orlando. Mr. Mott asserted that he DAY, !SATURDAY :MARCH IN' --
I believe in a healthy enforcementof ''followed the directions of the letter I
the law clean elections and One with the resultant arrest of Mrs. HORSES AT FOUR BITSAt Shop
the misery of racking pain. Shields today. The letter follows
:
Hundred Percent Americanism 'I
AVOID a hankrupt sale of the farm of .
bottle of Sloan's Lini-
a "If want to at what I .
get -
: you
I believe in economizing in time as purports J. P. Stockman Greenwood
k ment handy and apply when to be the facts 'in the Shields i near
first feel the ache or pain. well as in money in conducting litigation I II' I South Carolina, one horse sold for 50 t )wt OptiK i First Clllt Place rrHorseshoeing
yen for the state.I unrder case and you are willing\ to ] a
I cents, another horse sold for $1.50
It quickly eases the pain and sends
abide the ,
by following instructions
believe that our courts should bel and
a feeling of warmth through the and a number of mutes and heroes Blacksmilhing
citing part. Sloan'Liniment penctra in fact as well as! in theory a place I we can place yon in a position to get | sold from $12 to $50. The unheardof
where, justice is squarely and fully same from one who: should know. Be and all kind of work
i a.ifhwaf rrbbirg.i I low prices at the sale' were attributed in Iron Steel, and Plow-
in the of the San Juan hotel |
Fine too, for rheumatism, neuralgia given, and that efficiency, honestly I in Orlando lobby Sunday at 12:39: principally to the desperate financial work; and will also! do Wheelwright Work, and
nrLtkasprains and strains,stiff energy and common sense OB the part I on : ;, condition of farmers of the south and
sly joints, everything desired in GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.I .
of the State Attorney will establish I promptly There will be one who is a
lame back and sore muscles. I the attendant scarcity of money.
For forty years pain's enemy. Ask. such conditions where they are lacking I a and stranger whose to directions you who will direct must follow you I am a thorough workman and wish to prove by the work I shall .-
'' you SEE FORT UAV IN KlftXIWXRK
yeurne &boor. I II.belif've turn out nothing will be done but what i ic \
in order that get the satisfactory. Every job
At all 3Sc that the safety awl purityof I;i you may
druggist*- $1.40.sioatis
our women and! children; the pub- facts. Have no hesitation: in follow- Bookkeeper Falls Heir To j will be dose by a Mechanic-and satisfaction is guaranteed.I _
i 'i L lic schools! ; freedom of speech! and ing him. You must keep this confidential I am located on the alley 'just north of the Christian. church, -

: freedom of press as well as all other and must be alone. You will with entrance either from Main street or Broadway, and inVite your
AMERICAN HERITAGES should be be at liberty to use this informationthat fortune !
., .
patronage.F.
: preserved! maintained and protected you roc'tre but not.before I
any W. MEIER Main Street
,,it If I become your State Attorneyyou "(Signed) Committee of Investigation herited $50,000. I gave up my posit Proprietor

I will find me serving at and Ku Klux Klan. t I tion and intended enjoying myself
any .
.t y. 1,1 I 1 all times when and where there is Orlando Aecerding last' to Sunday Mr. Mott and he met went the to case when of I stomach was stricken trouble with and a colic severe atI _ __ _-___ __ ____ .._ _____ _ ___ __ Ii:-
service to be irendered will find .
; you
'I me using all my efforts and the stranger who escorted him to Saint I tacks. Two of these attacks madu' 0444{4r4 r1 rY4J'-0' Cloud, where he confronted Mrs.' j I me lose consciousness. After trouting /ti
a..I'Yl'c-OfP'-1e8.1 and legally at dis-
means
powers ; mv
I , Shields; at the home of her parents.She !! with our best doctors with little '
maintain these
i' I pQsal to principles; made a statement, ho said, which ,j benefit, I decided to try Mayr's Wonderful -
j out crime and maintain the
I stamp | and it helped at Specials i For Saturday end Monday
Remedy, me
""dignity of law anJ the honor of the conflicted with previous statements ] J'tJdf
once. I have been entirely well for
+ Courts. Ito such an extent that he decided to '' .S ,1 j
Tour will? be appreciated hold her for her hurband's death. + past year." It is a simple harmless' "
,
; support I Mrs. Shield's walt quoted ns saying preparation that removes the catar- .
and rewarded -with active, honest and< ; .
that Pete Smith,-"a negro, with whom j> rhal mucus from the intestinal tract ,
+
efficient service with!
coupled common I < ;
Willson & Aultman
hrr husband. had frequently quarrel .and "allays all' inflammation which'causes ;
pene' and a regard for the bur. J 1, ed, killed Shields end attacked herb } practically'.all., stomach liver] : ,.vC3ILE3EEFBm::; / .S '., t
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den of court which must ; , "
: expenses 1 I "and intestinal ailments, iricludinaap't \ ;; "". " '''''I1f ' She fainted; in the excitement, she <61 f1'c') : .
the tax
REAL ESTATE paid by THURMAN payers G. FUTCH.IAKE ?1 I, said, and walked in a daze to' the pendicitis. One dose will convince or i.\\ . i '

. . LENS tJRr., home of a friend. ( money refunded. J. Z. Hobersori, and a
1 I The has been held in j >oil for druggists. everywhere.
1J ',Darlington Ave. Kissimmce -----: -COUNTY--FLORIDA several negro weeks in connection with the ,I I I SUMMER: DAYSBEST VALUE CAMBRIC! ,?

I WEST PALM BEACH (4I"e offer a shotgun, it was said MEMORY FAILS TO JIBE

t TO. HAVE ANCIENT 1'loaded found in with:fahiold's shot body similar, had to been gunshot\ discovered WITH. PROMISE IN CASE 5 Yards For $1.00NOT t tT

SLAVE AT SUNDANCE in his! home. He denies any !Some months ago whe n there was
knowledge of the killing. talk of completion of the East Lake I OVER TEN YARDS ALLOWED TO EACH I CUSTOMER. t-
West Palm l'Ie:11far.11' : Kfforts I '
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Dr. appeared -
road Phillip Phillips
WATSON'S PIANO ere heinir) mac' by tile Indian MAY Mc4VOY'S NEW ROLE the commissioners and made :t: '

.5, department of the Seminole SHB OF A OMEDT DRUDGE some very vehement expressions regarding PHONE 35 JOHN A. ERICKSON l JR., Man.gerHrViifpAY
,ORKtR: lie held hN't"1arl'h t
Dance to : Li'to 171| I ; the value of such a highwayto !
to tiring fro this city' a character holding '], "A Homespun Vamp."in which May him, personally. lIe said his land
a position unrwrelled in Unole j' McAvoy will be seen here next Fri- wasn't worth over a dollar an acre <->< :+>>
Works wonders on Pianos, Talk. !Sara's: domain, this being Hannah, the : day ftt'the Casino, offers the !star an I without some deceit and' convenient .
xa Ins Mashlnes Furniture, Autos, last surviving slave of the Seminolen! I
entirely new kind of role-that of a outlet for the crop; told how hii|
in this state. Hannah is the last vest- .. OOO'O O j
L _, eta a little country Cinderella who I' drays were mired every day; two
age of the Seminole slavery and one | drudges for a pair of stingy old trips a day was more than an aver-
For painted, enameled, and great subject of warfare some eighty-i Scotch oncles. age; and wound up by saying that

.leather! : surfaces.a' odd years ago between the Seminoles j Naturally the tele abounds in be would give five hundred dollars in RENT ? ;
and the Southern planters, and upon i homely country touches, from the cash' towards the work. That listened -
Satisfaction guaranteed or mon- which truly speaking! was based on { cooking of corned NefKId cabbageby good to the commissioners who ,
r 'ey back. Made In Kissimmee. the "Seven Years War." !I the star, though the ludicrous never thought to ask for his note to ,,
al I. Hannah does the work of Tallahas match-making attempts of her guardians reinforce his promise.! : |I'
see's family and, though she is kindly a pair of masculine old maids The road completed, the commissioners ; Whin You Can Buy a Home and I
-SOLD Ert treated, yet a certain attempt is felt who are, respectively, the village cob- sought to get that five hun- '
for her, for Hannah is an este lusta. bler and carpenter.A dred plunks. A letter read to the > Pay For It Like Rent?
The only occasion when Hannah's pic- lover forms An '
# loutish country board on Monday from the physician
WilDER'S STUDIO If the houses I have 'da not suit ask for built according '
ture was kodaked was when with pots you one
'. excellent foil to a city sweetheartwho admitted that he had made the offer,
and kettles in evidence Hannah was appears later ;in the story. This ."but he didn't understand at the time to your ideas. Every property will be sold on easy terms. ::
bk( BOTTLE preparing a feast. The camera was gentleman's; path is by no means that his offer was accepted." He was
adjusted, finger an button ready smooth, however and before the willing to pay holf that amount snap, and a masked indifference af.l I clever little romance is ended thereare would meet the board and talk it ov- | "
fected, and animated conversation plenty of decidedly dramatic er. As he ledge the ,
gun with one of the Indians! near by. complications. board could not understand the fifty- I CALL AND TALK IT OVER WITH :
,ta When Hannah returned to her work fifty split he sought-but each mem-
about the table, "snap" went the but- ber is in favor of holding the doctorto
: ton and Hannah's ebony face and KEEP TILE KIDNEYS WELL his agreement. H. STANLEY BULLOCKStale

twisted, string-tied locks were photographed I

,. and proud was the owner to Health is Werth Saving:, and SoreKheir.mee FORD DAY sATURnAjr! MARCH is Bank Building K.ISSIMMEE"
possess so rood a likeness of Uncle
Peeple Know How
., Sam's one and only unfreed slave. To !Save! It DISINFECTANTS GALORE o.ooooooo"'oO..tt.' ..oo o oooo 'oo )
She will) be afforded a place in the BEING HELD IN ESCROW ,,
.g. .d Indian village by the }lakefront and Many Kiseimmee people: take their
will doubtless attract very much attention lives us their hand. by neglecting the Listen, mates, to the sad, sad tale o.oo..oooooo..ooooooooo..oootO ,oo.o.o.oo.o.
f.t'nont cough as! the only unfreed slave in .theUnited kidneys when they know these organs of the stock of disinfectants that are ,:
States. need help. Weak kidneys are respon- now occupying quarters set aside for > '
- ;The-- government amour the- SemInoles sible' for R 'vast amount of suffering the eelleetionef\ hooch in thebase- :
{' mtE vroknt JI""tySt118 of coughing is peculiar. It is remarkable. It and Ill health-the slightest t delay is ment of the courthouse. And, by the Taken From Your House'
"'." I age pc. _i Dr. ){jng'. New in magnificent There is no lying no dangerqus. Use Doan s Kidney Pills way, if there is need in any adjoining '' ;
t, 1 Disco"I Fifty yeat'B a standard stealing, no murder and yet, appar -a remedy that has helped thousands county of a choice of .disinfectants -
';> It : remedy lor coIda. Children like it. ently there is no restraining law. The of kidney sufferers. Here is a which will remove anything
j. No harmful '7 druaiate, 6Oc. Seminole has many noble traits He Kissimmee citizen's recommendation.W. from an itch .for office .to a husky : .
h drugs. Is proverbially truthful. Pertinent was E. Yates stationary engineer, growing family of cooties the county If you will notify the ICiisimmee Dry Cleaning Works ,",,'
.
):f < Dr Kin ''slNew' the reply given-a hunter in the Everglades Sunny street "My back often commissioners of Osceola will ship Phone 49, that your laundry will be ready our car will catl ">,. I:
t when asked if it were safe to gave away suddenly and a terrific the same at cost price--and gladly home either Mondays t:
at on Wednesdays, or Fridays
leave his gun in the wigwam. pain toek me in my kidneys. I would throw in the transportation charges your
Discov ry "Yes," replied the Seminole, "there just have to sit down or I wo"uld fall a s a gift. and take it Then we will return two days later anal deliver '

For Colds and Coutl $ Im not a white man in twenty miles over.: My kidneys acted too frequently Once upon a time! so all good 'stories I your goods as fresh and clean: as the petals of an t'
ef this place." and the secretions were scanty and commence it was the custom -of range blossom. It will pay you tG patronize us. jx
'w" Make Bowda Nona aI. Na: Reverence, too, is one of his distinguishing burning in pa sage. A friend told the sheriff of this county to buy nee :,
,. py Ie the of Dr Kin Q.a PiJta- features. His .language Me to try Doan's Kidney PiNs and esaarlea for the upkeep of the Jail'
u''r' ..way........and &:1.y regulating the bower", contains no oath nor any word to express two boxes cave me great relief from Upon his own initiative-then the bill LAKELAND STEAM'LAUNDRY'
'airan.ting the intestine .dogglogw1.oa disrespect to the Supreme Being.A the pain I in my back and strengthened was OhKayed and paid. Sheriff In-1
,"t all s"s.'i! 3Sc. missionary will receive most res. my kidneys. I have) great' filth In gram long ago deiired some di'sln- ]
pectful attention for their reverence this remedy.1* fectant for his roominghonse; .-and hardered .
i "'" OPJPIL: to God:'will not permit them to l laugh Price aGe at all. dealer Don't ''it; but it.:seems there was R. A- SNYDER.. Agent

_ 9. Pi'T ': s Pills at Hit messenger. And their reverence imply ask for a kidney remedytretDoan. more than was needed. That 'was R.. H.. Rutherford Special Agent. ..:..-. Telephone 491N,1N4
;, i' i'' for the dance e f the seasons, the '. Kidney Pills-the same that : some two years: ago- and not a pack-1
I .:" "'f moo dance or.so-called "Sna Dance" Mn. Yates had. Fotter-MIlbura.: age .of It has been!,opened-in fact -
". :. 'tf --" ,roaD.PAT,; IKIQS/IYYKII_ .I (.. traditional. Mfr,' Buffalo N. Y. '. th.' old stock baa not yet" .na. >N.HH... .. .. . ......,u......,i............. ... ... Sr

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Buildings Go -' I''L LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS r THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN]1..1 I THE WATCHER I STATE' ROAD REPORTED DEPARTMENT- _DOING, BADLY ,.



The Crart .; *k. r...ty "...... tock-holders and 'rhember Iq procur. FOR SALE the A month ago it was reported at

J. O.t... l;mmtft .....rt... Ins: sales of fruit. veiretablea. and other meeting;" of the commissioners I,
farm product! to receive or buy that the state road, department was
nB KSTATBJ: sl1. pledire, mortgage or -otherwiseacquire FOR SALE-or will rent far. th. su.. la about to take charge of the needed
There? I
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Up Quickly JAMRH W. M1ULER and make ; mer one the raot desirable a.e sr
or exercise
DROKASKDi: :: of such other enjoy function thereof of any In Klaslmme. Phone 1(1 op.call The auto has crowded the old horse repairs on the Dixf Highway front _ _
: To all Creditor Leg-ateaa. Distribu property reaL personal and Inls.d.1 at I to Bryan street. 1i.tfFOR out the fairground to the Polk count?

tees and all person having claim or chooses In action or otherwise,. a. And 'snsde him lazy loafer .I line-vrand that permission was given
demands against said fUI-1 8AL.K-One Stewart f4'ten truck; a ;
estate: You and I, and apeclflclally aa If It .
When lumber ':each of !ou. are hereby notified and natural person; to otherwise help aid One International. one-ten .truelu'tOne But 4s there a way that we can obtain by the board that camp might be
our I.,ua.d. For there requlr.d to present any claim or de. and aaalat clock-holder and jDembera Ro speed-wacon. one ton One Some good horse sense' for our : made on the fairgrounds for the

is no time ,lost in selecting: good may mand have which aaln you ,the or estate either of of James vow harvest' In or.It marketing uses manaB: of mentv. their growth product , ag-er.Ford Touring-' J. M. Duncan, Man u-tf chauffeur I'I gang of men to be brought here. It 3 3v

*' boards or matching' up. The lum- W. Miller, deceased late of Oaceola ., and to promote the genera) interest was well-known that portions of the .
.County. Florida to the underpinned of Its --atock-HoIder and reembera FOR SALE-Ford touring car. Bar.gain labeled road were in frightful and dangerous *
ber sent out, from here can be used J. W. Miller. Jr.. Administrator of said In connection with their. business for quick ale'; In A'l condition. The present city administration hat condition; that serious accidents and
Price II7EOO. W. W.
with the minimum amount of working eatate hereof.Dated. within two rear from the date of farming.ARTICLE III. (40 Broadway. Kissimmee. Rohrrr IS-ltx greatly endeared itself to the peopleof deaths had been brought about because -,

up. Its.use saves time as well asinsuring I| February S. A. D. un.Admlnl.trator The amount of the capital ctock ot the this town by patting. a label on of lack of attention given that
better I I J. W, MILLER: JR., corporation ahall be $5000.on dividedInto BKIII FOES DAY IN KISSIMMHB Lake Tohopekaliga. There It standsin section by the department; that several t
a building in everY or Estate of ... Five Hundred shares of
par value FOR '* ALE letters a foot high'acros. the miles of shoulder .
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V. Cheap 81
Miller. Deceased x-room bunga.low were Impossible
And of $10 00 per share, which shall be _ _
way. our prices spell economy W. B CRAWFORD Attorhey. paid for In lawful money of the United on paved street: lance lot. Large pleasure pavilion down at the end of and impassible; and that the work

every time. I Orlando. Florida. ..-t.I tftOTICR State, or In property. labor or> aerv- screened tree porches; garage:: some the causeway Why, it's perfectly was sorely needed. _
: Must be taken at once to _ _
Ice at jut valuation to b.lx..d by
I I OP. HRCH-STRATJOV the Incorporator a or by the Board of fret advantage of low price. H. splendid! ; and.,, if they will render a On Monday it was reported at the _ _
Directors at any meeting called for Stanley! Bullock. 13-ltc similar service to.our bird sanctuaryand meeting the commissioners that
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WOODWARDWMBER YARD latratlon Notice I I.book hereby o?given Osceola that the county r.Ir' that purpoa.ARTICLE! IV. FOR SAIEraJlg.! grOve. seven acre the Boseypunk canal all will \>e the department was leaving the road- _ _

JJorlda. will bel open at the office of The term for which this corporation on forty-acre tract alx-roorn house, forgiven. way in worse condition than ever*before ,

_ _Telephone !L_'_ -the aupcrvlaor of registration at theMonday hall exist shall bo perpetual. with sable bath and private waterworks: ; great holes "large enough't: _
Matsstore..-- tll1rimmee------f"fd1t.- -' and packinghouse Convenlentfy Some Wedding t
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_. horse"
KISSIMMEE bury a are being left alongside
: : FLORIDANIID'S lecit4ed.-W411 T'cHft" :-
March 6, 1922. and Will con.tlnue The officers of the corporatiiiih1Tbe f"" --"Avon-----N.w--YotkrrnMrs. _ _
I to remain 170(10( If sold Immediately For farther road-'and.--aCCOrdinJ' to the'
each weekday composed of a Board of not
until and n ln'rPeJ: I y. May 6, than "...vO'n7) and not more than 1"8''I Information apply to Victor M Spencer 45, preceptress of the high report the road when perfected will

from Kr:80 a onm.b to .00 lli. m \9) Dlrnctora, a Trealdent a Hill. NarcooBsee. Florida J3-Stc school here, has notified the school I he a 'blot on the department's Intel.
l< ,,.I also; be T'ea..ur- rommissiofi of !
op I'realdent a Secretory and n her recent marriage
BATHS ..0.11) ,.... .' ;
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ned In th.'arlou" .110." I'.U.II lie"
throuwn- i of
precinctfl er but that the office Secretaryand lect.It
to Neil Gushing 19
out the county from Mondnv. Marrh 6 Treasurer may be held by tho a student in one I I was reported that a culvert was
1022. to and including Monday April ante In the discretion of the FOR KAI.F--Quality dairy .and poultry of her classes She is the mother of
person being done with
Beat For
Diseases at one point
Many : 10 1922. feeds at lowest price Klsalmtnee away _
II Hoard of Directors That the annual 1 five children the oMest of whom is I
I i AnquallaVd 4>1..ctt.r who.. name I I.I I. meeting of the atockholders of anldTjorpoTB Grocery', 23 llroadway, _KlsslniFt teacher !n KocriB tt.r, Mra r..hinJl'has a 1 l and if this is correct it will work a
w>t now - iae.--- --a- '
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on reictat-ra-rron .
bocrtrs-ntfly t1on1Jtnl1r11l1rll r rTuCTiilffyafter .Jttlt'dshlpupontiandownenoand- -
G&ddtaths: with water Clire cT from
register been going about her duties and
t medicinal well. Op.n Tuesdays, K.: I>. KATZ: each and the first every Monday year and In August until the of >It. H.LIOn"" 2-horaepower Redwing her husband continues: attending clas I Iselll. I will do no good to the road. The attorney ,_ _

Thursdays Saturdays from 9:30: a. ''JO-4t Supervisor of Kegisliatlon.MllOlfN first annual meellntr.the. officer, of the rln..nKln., two ..c>11ider In| flrst-claHS four c condition.>'c.le. ins- ." for the board: Pat Johnston-

m. to 5:00: p. m. A ahort drive front' I.IIJ'L.IAT.O.. corporation Leo H. Wilson shall he President: Rogers & Jones. Alt' Main atreit.Jackaonvllle The above is certainly a case of_ was notice instructed the to in immediately serve __ ___
on man charge that the
Kissimmee Under and l hy the power vested In It; O'Hannon. Secretary and Treasurer Floi'Ida. 12-Slc Aw shacks; mako your own comnicnts .-,
I m>; I. H. It May Mayor of the city work being done was not satisfactory
of Klsslmmee. Florida do hereby announce R. R. Lay Vlrc-Pre ld<'nt: fotcelherwith FOR S.-\LN-NI".n and one-half 'acre ; I'm tired 1 to the county, and urge that proper .
Orders for the water may be left proc-lulm and dt-clnre. that itoeieetloi : C. A. Garrett i.'. A,. Stroup' A. till cleared and fenced on brick runS, improvements be made. .
at residence 614 Patrick street. I ; will he held nt the cit' hail. In A. Abitotl Albino Smith' W. J. Bleed. close In. About two hundred citruS "The Spirit of '76" !
said cUiliirliiK the li-irnl houra ...fvotln. Board of IHrctora.Alt'l'ICI..E. trees on tract ,nearlv all I III ueailtiKRalance . For the first time in the world's '
... on tilt> 26th day of March. A. VI. of laud suitable for tie' a In ATTORNEY DUG UP LAW .
CHAS. !II. 1H22. for the purpose of elcrllnir. That the highest amount ..f Indebt- one of the best citrus sections of Onceola history a lady ran for the city coun- I .
NEID
Owner the fo"uVllnaofn"; ',',.* for the term of idneas to which this corporation shall c-ounty Price 11750 Will takelate rN\ of )(i8B mmee. And that is not REGARDING AUTO LIGHTS

one ::00". \'Ix' at any one, time subject Itself. shall model Kotd touring car MS part. all, she made an excellent race, polling .
one Jlfa pnvnient A. It. IJenntB. at (laEetteoflloe.
\'ur. .doAUTICL.K _
-- \be the Bum of jtn.ooo
76 votes. Remember Chat Near Clearwater
one Clerk and Tax Collector VII. 10-tfK this a man was arrested

: One Treasurer Names and residence of suhwcribeiato was the first time such a thing had for having hU car parked on the side ,
1 I I-T. l ; Office. Alan| to nerve for the term of on. Block follows.L.'o tilE KOIIIJ n"V IN KIHSIHMKM _ _
#phoncs No S3I Res the capital are a* been attempted and remember too of the road_with._no lights on. Ills
'enr. to fill _
I III<'n<-.. No 813 tlunexplr..d term of J. H. Wilson KlBslmmec, Florida.
that suoh movements of cleared him
M Johnston resigned" 10 shares. FOIl SAI.TC-Houses and Iota, farms, have a way attorney from all punish

I Hours 8:30: to 12:00, 1.00 to i.O One member of the city council. R. K Lay, Klaalmmee. Florida. N Kro\es, cypress tirnbc etc. See meat i grewmg. The time is not far distant ment by exhuming an old Florida law .
AlHo to nerve for the term of two ahareaI the old Htate Bank buildIng. JMr I when women will be represented on which allowed such parking The -
)caraTwo; OTIannon. Klaplmnue, Florida 8.har. l>uncaa Maaager '-Hc
DR. B. L. WILKERSON member of the city council. .... our city council; yea even now it is same law stated that if the oar walmoving. ,_ _

t DK' ITIST I hereby appoint C. W Griffin. II AlbIna Smith. Klaslmmee. Florida. 8 FOR 8AI.H-Fine residence property. in order for young mothers to sing it must have) lights burning,
N. Uratton M n. Oulce. as inspectors.and shares Apply at the office of The Valley but allowed the privilege of. stopping'
A. E. Thomaa, a. clerk. of said A. A. Abbott Klsslmsiee. FlorMn.. 8 Oazette, Klaalmraee. S-tf
I Office Ov.r The Rexall StoreBOYER election .ha r.... Hush hush now, baby-girl. don't you anywhere along the highway and remaining -

In witness whereof. I have hereunto W J. Steed Kls'slmmee, Florida 8 FOND DAY !ajATtRDAt.! MAR("" 18 cry in the dark. The name ef ,
set my hand. a. Mayor of said ..I tv. "hllr. .. You'll be councilette the
a bye and bye. attorney is Guss Wilder, of Clear-
and caused the seal of said cIty to be _ _
Leo H WIl"on.K al)
_ _ hereunto FOR SALE-At a aacrlOce.; my bungalow water.
-'- - affixed this 24th day of February
R R Lay. (Seal) home. Partaly furnished If FORD DAY SATtH,OAT. MARCH III
A. D. 1922 ; .
B O'Baimon (Seal)
I desired Lot 100x160 feet, ------ --- -- -- -- -- -
corner.
& WARD (SEAL) H. R Mayor.MAY. Alblna. Smith. (Seal' Death In family reason. for ..plllnif.Ca..h CATTLE TIEVIN ARCADIA _
f1' A. A. Abbott. Seal) ,
Attest onlv Call at 1004 Mabbette I
City of KlsslmmceJ
W. J Steed' (!Seal! )
treet. Mra Ida BrouKhtonIf
REAL ESTATE I R OlIjBRRT.nt Walter Carlton is missing thirteen

Homes Farms. Groves. Clerk ll-6t STATE OF FLORIDA. ) ,---- head ef fine Jersey yearling heifers.
Undeveloped Lands.., City Lots I --- : COUNTY OF O8CROLA ) O'ORSALE, For
Hear. Furnished These valuable animals
| NOTIC K UK \H1KH-4: titLE were driven
I hereby certify that I am dulv authorized -
Room and No
I Over Postoffice. Trespass Cards, 10 CASINO
eastward from here ;:
J I' In the Circuit Court r1h. Sevenie..th under the law to administer cents. each at The Gazette oflee. and have been

__ Judicial Circuit of the State of- that cmtha oa and this take day acknowledgments personally appeared and "-lf seen once sine. leaving his farm. Five .. I

Florida In and for Oiiceola County, before me Leo H Wilson R R Lay of these yearlings were of a reddish _
In ('hanerv S' H Owen aa Recelxerof B Oliannon Albina Smith. A. 1Ab- PORt I>A1', NATI RIA" MAIIC H 18 color. five yellow with black about _
: The \%: .:rs A C ron Grocery; Comliuny bott and VV J. Steed each of whom the
I face and
is colored
n C'or poi'at inn. <*omplrtlntlt.i TerSUH acknowledged before me that they executed FOR 8ALK-One Bets Electric Wall ears one cream TUESDAY MARCH 14
JESSIE D. KLEINMAN Arthur It trees, et al. Iti'sponct- the above and forenolnB ar- Plate Practically new At. reasonable one dove colored and one, a ,
I Cots Nolle." )jM h. r..I..h..n b)' theUndorslitned tides of Inaorporatlon the uses and price. Apply Valley Gstte. half-ireed! has a rather lemon shade
nt 1 Sp Hal Muster ht-r.- .
,
therein ** -tt. -
Copying Stenographic Work I tofore In purposes expressed They are not branded. It is -
appointed. the I above ctiusi Witness hand and official seal presumed \*_ _
I that .pnrHiiHiit to u final decree entered this 7th day my of March 1922 FOR SALE-Two boys suits 4-year that they will lx held on the prairies ;J
Phone 253 State Baak Building In this cause on the lat day efMnr.h .IKSSIK I'. KLKINMAN'o bid BI,,... velvet. one dark blue one uafcU later an>l then take. to _ _ _ iPonltrr

; dA.N; l 122. I. Hhall offer for Notary Public of the Slat ofFlorida dark green, Russlaa style white soai place like Moors Haven for dis. '
I I' Hnle at 'public outcry for rash at Larre'Notarial collar and cuffs, detachable Nearlynew _
I i I' hand to the highest bidder at the HOIlII) Apply 101 Main treet. 4'-tf 'tmsaJ. People are aaked. to report to

I flout. door of the Couit llotine In KlMi 1.t :M>' commission <.xi>1res November 11 I. -- -, Mr. Carlton if these animals are ., It
i HI lmm< c. OBceoln: Countr, ; l Wdl. on 1H24 FOR 8 ALP:-Wooden washing machine Arcadia
seen.-
Mondathe Xd laof Enterprise.
< lj1t22. > ; nearly n.w. Apply SOI Main _,
durliiK the legal hours of unit-. I
j lull I IT C'Ol'Ii'I'. "..a KX'I'KHM'HJl street 86-tf
WE MOVE THE the folkiwlni if d 'Brrll ed "I ltnate i
[EARTH > I
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property IMC:141. < IIIC"I IT OK ri.CtKtllt, lAM \ When the bowels arc oostive the ;
,I In Onceola Count). Florida! aafollow ) KOH (iS4'Fi. t'Ht .TV.. I\ FOR R.\I.P-1'xlrlt. good IC'r..pe'In...*. waste matter ferments producing ./ I,
.
Or Anything Oa Top 'The Earth I fl .'JI" NCiill.llllnni \V"..... <"nmUliisi ('.t ris. n. 3<(lc each 127 per I 10A Florida ; a 1 1ry
All of iota One II I ) and Two (2) ofW .. 'J'oka7r.e each Florida M.III". gaseous condition that is disagreea.
.. |> jt, *. Hu". A. \\ .. UefrudI. : I
s. Harwell Subdlvlaion of lilock .. "Sc eachVII1lani Helerudorfer orar.5. ble. T. remove the impurities quickly '",
,
YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODSOr "T" of W. A Patrick Addition to the (Centre Fbi Ida I 12-4tx 1
Town of KlHNlmmee a dese of Herbine is needed. It sloes.
City Florida
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aeordlnv ..
Anything That Can Be Moved to the -of On Monday I I" 8 I < Pints aald addition the defendant Susie A. Wood la required FOR RENT thoroughly and plea a.Uy. 1>
and subdivision filed In the cjfnce of to appear to this Hill of Complaint Price 6tc. Sold by J. Z. Roberson.** ' .1. _
the Clerk of the circuit Coart of Oa
Get before Croix Florida. herein FOR KENT-For year ftr summer; Nve- '
our price having y.ur It..la ordered thai this ordre be
ulI.t.. published loom bungalow, furnlahed Close In 'f.
A1.SO: Weat-half of l.ot TwoI GROWING EVERY WEEK
hauling done. once. a week for four C4>naecutlve -Kood nelgrhborhoed H. Stanley :
( ) In Hlock "S" of H AI Mathewi'Addition
week In The KIsslnimeH Valley
-0 Bullock. 13-lta
to the Town of Klaslmmee
being of the Northhalfof Oacette a weekly newspaper publlaned -. The Valley Gazette Klaeimmee ,
City. a part
W H. JON STRANSF R COMPANY the Southeast of Section In Oaeeola; county, Florida. FOR RENT-YoI' year or aumwer Six- I
quarter Florida in circulation each
grows ,
WITNESS hand and seal this .
my room houae furnIshed; In !
Twenty-one (21) Towpihlp Twenty-
28th day of February. 1922 week. Thorn is putting\ Kissimmee t -.
PHONE at-3 five (16) South, Ran KB Twenty-nine good nelsrhborhood H. Stanley Hal- .

**>Le eee OraWe-"t Oscsoia H.rc_... c. 29) Enat '. Circuit Court J.Seal I* )OVER TJtEET., . lock. J IS-ltC on the map.-Bradeatown Business .

: Dated. March MILToN 1. 18i2' PL mmR.: 12-6t Clerk Circuit Court.AN SEE FORD DAV IN KIHSIMMER Printer.MB .


ft STBEO' : .Special! ., Maater.KRinBS OROINANCH. -, FOR KKNT-Quarter* on the lowerfloor ,. FORD' DAY 1M KJ55IMMESTROUP

DR. R. J. DENNING Counsel for Complainant. 12-Bt of the Wlllson building on Dar-
A. 8r.a. t-l>reklblt the Pee.>- horton avenue. All ready for oc STILL SINGS -
.... .f Illicit Ll......, Ethel '
DENTIST NOTICE OP MASTER'S! SAL!!:. cupancy. Bee J. M. Wlllson, or Dr. FOR HIS PARTY LINES Clayton ,
K. D. C. Watson of Wataon-Ha.il
Be It Ordained by the. Council of 'Her own Money w
Over the Postofflee.OFPICB In the Circuit Court of the Bev..nr .M.nufacturln.Company., Klsnlmroee. -
Judicial Circuit of the State of the City of Klaalmmee: 12-tf The commissioners' session wouldbe A PaamounPTtrt- '
) HOURS: ( te IS.10.: 1.IS: te I < lI..cUonVhoever: has In hi* or her _

Residence Pho** 174- Florida. In John and for F Oaceola House' County. In possession., or knowingly permit the FOR RENT-Two' furnished. flats, and incomplete did not F. A. Stroup' I. _
Chancery: Complainant
Office Phone IM versus K. 1... I.ealay. et al. Reapondenta storing on his or, her premise In the one flve-roomed cottage unfurnished. appear and ask that the county engineer Jesse L. LskYPeeeI1s _
: Notice ta hereby given br City of Klaalmmee. any alcoholic beveragea. All modern Improvements H. be asked, instructed and or \.
.... the .ter.lm ed aa Bpeolal Mnater kewwn a* tntoilcaMns, ; liquorsunder C. Stanford. ll-tf _
un dered"'to set the stakes for his land
.ISS the Plate Law which liquors Ethel
SI S. Clayton
heretofore the above
appointed a been manufactured and boundaries which ; ;
cause., that pursuant to a final decree. have Illicitly. WANTED. -- has been his plaint ,
called Moonshine. Packlnar- .
M. TILLER entered In this cause on the lat dav commonly for three years. "The Gazette once
han other Illicitly manufactured
of March. A. D. 11121. I shall offer fori liquor or anal! upon conviction for auchofrenae. WANTRO-On hundred ladles to try stated that I had said the board war

t mile hand and to sell the at highest public outcry bidder for at cabIn the be punished by ImprisonmentIn : and our A.18e.(I. 8. mayonnaise Klaslmmee dressing Orocery lIe 23 'side-stepping' in the matter but J Off "
Real state hard labor for
Agency. the Jail at
City a
the assertion "HER MONEY"
front door of the Court House In Hisaimnice. period not exceeding Ninety Days or Broadway. Klaslmmee x am now making that

............................................................ ... Oaceola County Florida onMonda by fine not exceeding I ; Two Hundred the board i is negligent" said Mr :
the 8d of A. n
day April. WANTED-To
buy a second-hand Ev-
Flft dollars, bv both fine and Imprisonment "There is
Realty Bought and told. 1922. during..: the legal hours of aale.the or fnrude engine Address: "A," careof Stroup. no reason why '
following described property aTtuatt \\at the discretion of the The Uaiette. Kissimmee IO-8tK: this demand of mine cannQt be complied The eternal question 'of mon* _

Houses rented. .* In Oaceola Countv Florida via: Mayor Sec 2. All ordinances or parts of with-fOr it is not a difficult ey and family life, 11a) et.r,.:

Taxes paid and Titles verified I of\\'..the.t-hait Northeast of the .Northwflat quarter I W quarter>A of ordinances In conflict herewith be audthe !lKIIJ KOHDWANTRFMTo UA'" I ( K.OI'II'IIFIIJ' :: lob. Then the proper entries should that really strikes home. -

: NWVt. of Nt.: % ) andVeat half of same are. hereby. r"II".I..dn'ad --- be made in the record books of the Intended for all who.are' or'
for !denti. I a first and second time bvunnnlmoua hear from owner ..f
non-re> North half of Southwest. quarter ofNortheaat I hope to be married and
consent and passed In open good ranch for anle !Stale cash county.
Fire. Life and Accident In- uiiarter of(WW Section' of SixteenIS N'.. of session, thla 7th day of Mnrch A prlie" full particulars. t). K Bush The board admitted that the petitioner warm with that natural human , _
of !
turance. SWU( ). Township NRl4 Twenlv-nve (25)) South I) 1X22 A. S rm.RRRT. Minneapolis, Minnesota 4-13tx. was wholly within his rights appeal that wins the _ _

Indemnity Bonds. of Kanite" Twent.\-nine (29) Rait containing (fKAL) President. of CuuncllAlle..l MSCELLANEOUS! and went on record once.more as de- heart in every Ethel Clayton
.
Thirty ((80) acres more or lees.Ihtted
that picture. i
lat day of AI..rch. 11122 : clarias the proper erders should
......*.......... J. H I1ILBKKT.Clerk .
.....*. ..j 7. B\HS SECOND HAND (GOODS bought cull. bo given at onct to the county engineer -

Special MaaterKKIHHS Appiovtd this 7th dar of llar-l. A and repaired The Casino$ 44-tf and the matter placed in the -ALSOHAROLD -
& STFK1J, _
I>. 1&22. which
( justly demanded
was
'onditiR
Counsel for 12-51 '
Complainant
II R MAT. LOST LLOYD _
by Miitroup.tirst .
I - Mayor of the City of Kisiltnin .
P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEtATLAW ;(;'1'11'1 or i'iit %c.K OK 111 IM. >:Hlrtue -in-
18GlNOITUKIIM \A\ ST -Kxti a ( hnriur. ** lu "Iarl n t l.a nk, rOil
I) IIA' IV KIHHIMMIQKGratitude
H of the underalKiied (Ina count bv not' trad(UK nt KinHlmrne .. THE MARATHON"
\ aofiilllnic -
.
] :' ownership of all the oulatatidIIIK ITII.ITIKM ( oMl' MNotice (lio< *.rj 23 ltriti. a v'. Ki..- is. the most inexpensive
OFFICESWinter .
.1m III"-"
x
stock of the New Kden Plantation
i IK heiehv itlven Hint the mlnunl 1. oommodity of which the world ,eer.oo.ro'e,
never ;
Park. Florida ('.."", >ana Florida I Corpoiatlon with .
,,, -
meet Ins of the stock l h ! hei.dqtizirt.rc In Kltminimett. he will LI T--Sable rapt, 1hirtinch.H I IIMIKred had an over-supply. .4
I the SOl'THKnV I'TILITIBS 1 COMPANY ,
and iltie 'mhr..III"'ol> lii.gtall | : "
'rHonalltake all the
p< over propertvof will be held at the (.fII.'. of the ., -- -
trtrrtaiilntfM l 1.lh",1 f r"'ar.l. Pt. 'q.
I the I'u"P''l\qon| and will i I conduct
the ltunlneBn formerlv conducted. In t thtname I Compan Klsslmmee (laceoln Countv'. t til M to N. Powci. n. I I'ntfflqFlux 722.Tntnpu .
Florida, on Tuesda :March 2M. 1122 .
U-Xn Best Fertilizers
Supplies
or the New l<2d" n I..nlallonI'.p"n Insecticides Sprayers
at 12 clock noi n, for the election of
-------
*' a* of ifat.of January riratI I rillel-tors for the etiHUlnirear. and for OKT--loocl rcwatd flunclnt nlirlit Honest Goads Fair Prices prompt Shlpssesit
1 i22. Tho undersigned Hill assume allliKtebtedncaa
the transaction of and nil biislnea.
CITYMEATJARKET allY from aulo In Kieuirnniiiack
of the aald Corporation Aak Your Neighbor He Knews t
-
mid will collect all monies due the that mav come before the meeting leather satchel containing lartvtollft .
<'t Corporation Stockhohlera' not Intending" to bennscnt net Hi-tut I.> "1<(:' Oazettsoffice. E. O. PAINTER. FERTILIZER CO.. Jacksonville, Florida
.
.
are request" to stern the attached and receive reward 13-111 '
WILLIAM It.tIIM AN. In the .f a witness Get December 1 New famish
Care of I'. O Hox 1115. proxy presence 1921 Reduced Price Lists before baying.
12-31 KliHlmmee Florida who should rlo slwn and return .nltlJ IAY. MATIKOAI. '%| %ltfN |HST
the same -to the Secretary In the enclosed Lug "SIMON PURE" and "GEM BRANDS" '

U..IC.I OK APPLICATION KOH envelopeNew > -- 1.'T.III" I'ATKMT.deralirned York NY. March 1. 1 1122! license N,,. 14 NainF.. II ..... t
T. W MOFFAT 1la>"n on collar Color brown and -
Fresh Meat and "rT.st-A I. h.e..h.' ..tv..n 'hn'. 'h.. .... 13-2t Secretary thick FInder please notify i O\'o'rlanll
,; ;; '-will' 'a-pplv' to the:"Oovernorof ; __ m"n (lara".. (Orlando and rr( ilve "'''''ar4 E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY .

Florida on the 17th day of !March 13-ltX !
VegetablesPhone 1922. for letters patent to I,. tanned KISSIMMEE WANTS IT: TOO 1 OLDEST AND L.AHUBST! SRKD IIOUSIB IN FLORIDA

upuu tbe following proposed Cbartur.. LOST. STRA YEn. LKFTHOMKWHICRKMv . --- .- -IMARTIN'S --
this 7th day of March 1922. Kissimmee ithe latest town in It JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
LKO H WILSON.R. become interested wan one all :. k'o i
44 R LATH Florida to openly rrument paid $2192 to Borne. Kraftern. HY TEST SEEDS
O'PANNON. in the commUaioner-manager form of but I bought this one of Oeoraru W
ARTICLE I. city government. Always awake to Persons at a far lower price-and Ar. Known For Qnality f

L be The The name Osceola of this Growers Corporation, Inc. and shall its the community's best Interest The the made lord out only of It.know Anyway.how I'd much like h It* Seed Corn Beans Peas, Pepper, Eggplant, Watermelon, Cantaloupe

. Circulating libraries are to be home office and principal place of bus Kissimmee Valley Gazette elves -.no matter where It was found. If Potatoes Tomatoes Cucumber Cowpeas Forage and Field Seeds.

-,. placed on ships plying the Great Lakes mess shall be Klaiimm.ee. Oaceola much apace to a discussion of the It im i/i aa good condition an when Our Catalogue and Price List will give full information. We carry .

county. Florida. commission-manager plan which it !U rayed I'll pay a reward See all varieties of garden field and farm seeds that have been \nested '
according to the Lake Carrier's As ARTL loR n. Thorndyke, at office of Tlie Qaxette /
.
sociation. An officer dr; each ship is The general nature of the business says Is the only hope Kissimmee can 11-Jtx and proven to be adapted to Florida soil and climate, and our years i

to have charge of the library for his of said corporation shall be to ngageIn have for getting back to a normal of experience enable us to handle the Florida Seed business to ad- .
the buetneee .Df rrowlnr buying, ,
basis of. successful Such
vessel.! receiving. aelllnic Und transportation, operation. IT MUST BE RIGHT vantage.
a* principal I or on consljrnment. fruit: towns as Saint Augustine Sanford, SPRING CATALOGUEMartin'

FORD' DAY .ATt'RUAV.; MARCH .8 vegetables on the and bualneaa other farm of harveatlna.productsto Bsrrtow and Fort Myers are held up Kissimmee baa under considerationthe Spring Catalogue Is now ready. Write for It. Everyoneinterested '/ ;_

Milk has great value as a food not packing carry and marketlnc fruit. *...- as examples.. It Is suggested that be- adoption of a new charter under in Florida spring and summer crop. should avail themselves ." '

' because of its fuel value, but rather table.*, and other sell to farm ita etooli-holdera product: to fore definite. .action is taken the the commission plan. Well, it .is an of information contained in our descriptive catalogue. Supplied
purcaaae and charters under which these municipalities -
.JiecauM of its ability to repair waste and member farmIng Implement, experiment for any small city-and FREE on request to those who send tn their name promptly. .

'-;*,>"" tissue to supply material for growth, fertlltaer seed plant crate, hamper 'are H>W working, be given a all expensive one if great care is not Wrttfl for i it today. Fall Information and prices on. all seasonable .
in boze dry arood groceries. live thorough investigation ana close taken drafting the charter to auit seeds. -
-4. and to .keep the body machinery ; household eornmodltleM I
took general study. ;Lakeland Telegram. l''
1 good working order and to keep it and other general maintaIn farm and supplies: and Breeze.existing condition. New Smyrna E. A., MARGIN SEED COM ANL"". : re

'-"t*Tunning smoothly. : to maoufactory eatabllah.. of feed and fertflUer operate; to a 'Tha Classified Columns of' The; 282-206 !all Bay Street Pneaes '..,.,,-tttt ei

if : rBB. > DAY .AT.R..Y.. HAKCH I I act a* general eellinscent* for lu GaMttc give splendid service. .. .RH roaD D4q: .1'1 K..1IIC1I ,.1. . -

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ic HISSIMMEE[[ GROCERY MANY FINES-- UNPAID UPHOLDS AGAINST INJUNCTION THE SHOWINGOF I t F

r : THE BANDIT FILM
I city in Florida; and the chief of police "
Broadway win be held personally responsible -
Across: From Otceola) County Bank for every dollar of fine and costs ATLANTA, March' 9-Judge ,
Joseph B. Lindfley of the superior ..\
imposed it' seemed the general'opin'ion -
handed' down de. : p' '
court Spokane, a
-' of the council that fines shouldbe '
Side Ib.17c cision, recently on questionable pictures .. New. Goods .
Fancy White MeatA ,
\ ; paid on the spot-or the culprit . ,
which is winning much favorable :
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Smoked Breakfast Bacon. Ib _..28cl confined in jail tintil the matter was comment from \ '
+ northwest newspapers' !
fettled; and Judge May holds the \ ; \; .
Army Roast Beef can________._l&c name opinion. When. Interviewed the subject Yi'"I'L.: ? ; ; j

1" Granulated Sugar, Ib ____ SVicKelogg The following is the final report of Y F. "Freeman of .
; : general manager I "
r C. F. Tyson up to the expiration, of Southern endorsed I.J..I ,_ ,. ; '. .)..," : ...
the Enterprises
I Yi\!\ ',' Corn Flakes, pkg___-_-_ 9c I' his term, Tuesday, February 21: r, the\+ decision of'Judge/ Lindsley (without j I I .\.',."'I\ I ,'!),.,<"I'':: ',.\',.)-'.,. !' 111 .f

}(.I Post Toaatiespkg.| u__..____'-- 9c Kiftslmmec.! Florida, reservation and expressed pleas. i ', ; :',. . "i:" 'i-;'!"}';'' :- ... : II .;
February 21 1922. that which has longbeen
policy
Bread/ aU kinds 'loaf_________ 9c ure 1 "
I '
adhered to bv his in .
i REPORT OF C. F. TYSON() ; CHIEFOK company, :
'
[ pour[: TERM: ENDING: operating! through Its subsidary com-i I l
We Sell FEBRUARY 21, 1922 panics in six southeastern states, f .
I should \hI' spreading to other :
- parts
I
;; Food A. G. S. Product To balance I last ;,ic-port: ; : of the country. j Arriving Daily

1 _ _ . ..
Quality Good I Gary Rasa -Jf.'fi.OO' The decision of Ju I Ige Lindsley
; C. ,J-'. Tyson -_ _ :if! 00IIud was in the case of the theatre man- I ?
r .1 'nn Iluss __ li.OJ I ( I of the
Full Cream Cheese, Ib__ __ ____32c agent Spokane versus city
T. I'. Ci'aw ford _ 11.00) commission which hud forbidden the .
.....
(' Navy Beans. Ib u_ __ _- ---- 9c I -- appearance. of Mrs. Roy Gardner Ifi'= -' rn
$((111;! .I 00 ''I'' wife of the famous mail bandit inmiunton -

;; Lima' Beans. I I? : _:::: 9e\\ .) wth pictures showing ....... n_ ........_ - --_
{; Black Eye Peas Ib_ __..ITT9cGood tom}'; Tyu" fireraernittrd( -by- tli'e explTflTs! "of-;hur" "hpsbnrrd::-----',--' -
- older of eouTi---- _ _ -$21.00(! ( (> ,
Judge Lindsey's 1 ri.'ing was, on We ; Ladies'Hand "
t. Dairy Feed, **("k_ _. __ .$2.35 licnt:on for nn injunction" filed by ap-the have received this week a sample lot of
I Ii"
To balance .$ I".""
Scratch Feed, sack_ t IWII ltl'e t manaifers as follows:
Fancy $2.251
k i" (IJ ; : "The exploitation of the pretended assortment-which
Bags- large
Fines curried over"month of Jiinuaiy : a goon
f Lena Williams $11.00 good character of a notorious crim- a
1
;7rHECUTPRICESTORE---\---444.n4i4. I uia _-_,.. __. l.flO() ___. I-iial with ""pictuies intended- ..to'repro7ue - One-Half Price ---
sale
tllnl til motion lit om"On11ic' at Regular
, I II 11. \\'. Weaver r-.00Maty ( I
; with j tics with his crime is. offense to
, I I \ 1),'Barry . .r 11.00 an '
the moral sentiment of all decent,
!: ONE PRICE TO ALL 4( lf.x1.00: ( .
is
: clean-thinking pdoiile, corruptiveto
" I the morals of the young and immature Men's Palm Beach Pants 4.98 Men's Panama llats 248.

To Fines; anil Cost! February 1 and i is, satisfying!\ only to thenlindl

to :21.I ,ntluvive----- .!. $2-10..0 of the morbid.

r SOCIETY'S' REALM I If1 Totnl) . _ $:n1.ro "U, amusing iM neither nor attistic instructive, entertaining and, I. New Styles in Men's Hard Straw New lot ladies' Pongee Waists,

t :, <' Iinkl"'s! line Momittc'd I by I know I.f mi law conferring a righ!
I order of court_ . : 25.00'! ( '' to cater publicly to curious' and morbid -
.
r KNDEAVOKKKS l"CNICKiil: ) I IAT. mindi" Hats, Each $3.50 Each $3.45

f : SlIIN'Cl.C(; ; (CKKKK-J :: ;' i To balance . $13011.,0: j' The local tlieat-e operated. by companies
Ci About twenty young members, of I : : ,ub'-iiliary to the Southern Enterprises .
1 the Christian, Kndea\or, : of the 1'ri'sI I ('rl'llit.i I.s is the Casino.NOTESTnOM .
_ One Lot of Ladies' Voile Waists Each 98c
liytcrmn church nutoed to Shingle j] As per Treasurers" Receipt. n ,
k CreeU last Friday evening, where a'';,, Collected" part T. :C.
* line spread was huo-ly enjoyed. With Crawfoid tine .$ :H.fl/0/ ST. CLOUD :
a bright fire to illuminate the scene Collected. part Lena Wil-

games were played until a late hour. ![ lii'ms. fine . . :500; Specials In Hardware Department
Collected part Weaver & Mrs. W. S. Freeman has al'rivl.d.from '

MISS PAUAH) CLARK DeHarry fine - !1000) Pas.idena to look after her holdings II
IS MUCH HONORED I Collected fines an 1 {'ostfor in this city.

t1 Mrs. Mary A. Clark of 21(5(! Verona February ._ _. 154.50 The varjetv. store conducted by1 I' No. 1 Galvanized Tubs 89c I No. 2 Galvanized Tubs !98c)
has just received a letter from her -- Mrs. L. ))0; Bird is gaining; a large

daughter.! MISK Parch Clark, stating I $172.50To clientele because of the excellent assortment .. .
that a life teacher's certificate has balanie, uncollerted$184.0O: of good she is showing
been granted her bv the: Texas- As Follows: and "many from out of the city visit 10 Quart Galvanized Buckets 35c .

thorities. Miss Clark graduated au-I Gary; HBSH, - - .' .$20.00 I her shop before leaving for home.
Wesleyan college, Macon, two Hudson Bass _ ._ . ((i.(00 I Jeremiah ('urry, of IVeskill, New
ego! in which institution she T. C. Crawford 800 I York, has arrived! for a short stay You
holds a position.ANNIVERSARY. lena Williams ___ _ (li.00, Mrs. V. I. Fish, of Aurora Illinois We Will Save Money In This Department. Call and See

1 Fannie Love . __ 11.00 has arrived, and expects to remain
C+t PARTY I Weaver & I>eH-irry_ 7.0O)( for a couple of months with Mr. and!
AND RECEPTION' H. M. Breaker _ ;0.00)( Mrs. William Hall in Porp's addition.
Mrs. Adrian It.ililutt. of Limit I Kllie. Johnson, 1000( Mr. and !Mrs. Ira Turner, Mrs! Helen ) I

street, pleasantly entertained Tuesday 'i j: C';. B. Munn_ _ 10.00 'K. Drought/ and Miss, Ella Me
evening in Ho'irr of Mrs II. P: 1 Allister were guests Friday. eveninir !i DOLLAR LIMIT STORE
'4 s Seeger, of Miildletown Ohio, who h/l"1 I, $13.1.00 I : ( ofIr". Laura .Guerdrun; < on Hhio! |I o
Y been her guest for the season.1 C F. TYSON, a\enue. I I
J day' was also the birthday animcr. !!i. Chief of Police., I The. Loyal Women's class of the
s;. nary of the hostess, and the double Per .1. R. GII.IiERT.; ; (Clfik.i Christian church will hold a food sale I A
w event was made a most! pleasant one. I I -- -- --- -- --- I Saturday in the (O. C.. A. R. hall -I
y, t Among the guests \\e'ie' Mr. and Mrs ,i, BROUGHT IN "ECHOS the proceeds being devoted to the i, KISSIMMEE G. W, PERSONS COMPANY FI.ORIDA
} U. P. Upham, of Kansas: Mr. andY FROM LAKE WILSON" i pmv fund.JJlev. :
Mrs. W. G. Cottrell of Ohio; Mrs. I J.I K) Santee died MonHav I
t N. E. Neighbor and Mrs. W. R. Schiff-! : Merely to show that the Lake Wilj !- morning after a brief illness and
tn man, of Indiana, and K. T. SeelCer.I I j son sert1cn was producing some !good l services were held in t the Method st''
fruit II. W. Stark, of the Stark Cit- I church Tuesday norninpThe re-
NEWLYWEDS IMPROVING i ru< Groves. brought in on Monday to |mains were shipped to Harrisbuig, .
LATELY-BOUGHT HOME the! front office of The Gazette an. Pennsylvania, accompanied bv a I -
t, ',. Mr. and Mrs Joseph E. Johnston I I assortment of oranges and kumquats I, daughter of the deceased, MissKosa Peacock" a now Paramount picture c-:.vb W:+ }.V h}v4G44<.S44ti.6W.4+54})4+e: i vOt ...:
are watching every trowel of cement I that were pleasing to the eye and de- Santee. starring I'ola Nejrri: the famous .
+ and every nail being added to the |jightful to the taite. It is a fact i European screen tur, which comes I
improvements of their newly-pur- well-known to all in this county that NEW REALTY OFFICEI to the Casino next Monday: Miss
chased home on Vie' street-just as there is finer for the i in, said the Sarah Barn- Coffee'1
*' will do. ( no country production am giving 'notice that I am about Negri to be Athene Court
always They are'
newlyweds If everything citrus. and( everything office I hardt of the screen, and in the story
to
realty as as
a soon
from the old that open
) making house! one I
vegetable to be found in Of- can secure a. location that suits me. she is seen as Violette, a (low!r !girl' .
will be modern In.
wayandwill
every ccola. And the people who-live there : I will the help of who is driven from her squalid home
be the .most. attractive one on appreciate my
.' that street.Mrs. and own property there and Intendto friend who have property to sell or by a drunken stepfather and forcedto

4" .', Johnston was Mr. I. S, Im that make section'fortunes of. the there} county are proud I They of i I lease if they, or will who hold may their-wish wants to purchase until my, She make meets her a own young way playwright through; life In: e .3C 1e sae a3e r3C C e t 'try t r C aheI
in
of abstract office
maroe owner an
certainly are. They'wish to have good dramatic circumstances, and the story .
office shall be opened, and then make
Okeechobee, where .the had a large : I
f, ; roads-and they are. going to have I their listings with me. Due notice of their love is finely told ia a '
.circle of business and social friends, '
them if what series remarkable that hold
f money can secure they of scene
and recently disposed( of the business desire. Mr. Stark is not the only i will'be given. one's attention to the final fade out. :
CLAY STANFORD.
k4 she had established with a view of resident of the Lake Wilson district: 1 I II.March Pola Negri a dramatic actress of 45c
Kissimmee, 9, 1922.
taking up her residence in Kissim- I who 'produces fruithe is one of I great force and brilliance: meets the I
------ --- --- :
men. At present; and until their new many; and he is ever willing to work STRONG EMOTIONAL PLAYIS requirements of her arduous role with ,
home' will be ready for occupancy, the of hislights The of the
I upon principl-j letting I exquisite' artistry. scenes -
"THE RED PEACOCK"Admittedly
f Mr. and Mrs. Johnston have head
so shine that others. lay be picture are laid in Europe.
" qdarters at The Inn.. -
encouraged. --- ---
!
it I I one of the biggest
"KB FORD DAY IN. KIKVIMMKK arE'FoItD IAI'- 7:.. KI'IU; UIt5: emotional photoplay.n is "The Red SHORT ITEMS OF INTERESTMore A Sani-Baker Product Sold Under
:
}
I
--
- than ten thousand Florid'vfarmers

'11I111I111I1111I111I1111I1111I1111I1111I11I111I"" IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIn" n 11I1111I11I1111I11I11I11I11I11I1 I held by county attended agents I 213 field last year.meetings I a Strict Guarantee '

r -.. As an extra precaution to prevent I

-=-- ---= l cane red rot leave of sugar and ,stalks cone burn left all in. the old If Net tie Belt Coffee You Ever Drank' Throw the Can Over the

=- -= bed. Fence and Come In and Get Your Money Back II
Flordia'x tra\*U"J
= county agents
-- =- more than a quarter of a million

-- I ---- their miles work.last year in the interest' of f Shredded Cocoanut, in bulk, per pound, 35c I

The man who iin't inspired to

4 THE DATE LINE plant something the !spring of the
a The Bank With yinr practically. immune to all! %'arieties -

of work.A . if INDEPENDENT GROCERY i
= the few rows of early sweet corn i I
planted in your tomato field will I

Ability The great events in the hstory of the world are tomato greatly caterpillars reduce the darnage done by 'I, > Emmett Street :X z.xC ,
?
marked date lines. When Columbus discovered Plenty of milk, eggs, and butter ? tM .
and by America -
: : along with a (food garden, will take a r.- -q.r->-}.}dd t7.}+"* t9 'r*.:.. >*< >-:*rri-*<--}9S:'fi :.v4sr.}q..},}.7-h,.{..>r,,.}..xf +-,>
t, = when the DecJaralion of Independence was signed == lot of the pinch out of living", thi.- I .- -

r :=:= Willingness are dates 'known to every school boy. They marked great === year--or The avocado any other glower year.who is meet-I the nld-time maiket lie has also c-ompanied by a payment "f 'at least .

. to ServeBank epochs in the history of the world. The discovery of ing trouble from pyriform stale and adopted; the old name of the place- one-fouith of the total tax due. Extensions -
a withertip needs but to spray hitrues .." that the "Quality :Maiket"\ i IK still of time for filing returns' are

=- mispherethe freedom of a Nation. The great events =_ rust before the blossoms appear with bidding-: for patronage Mr Davis allowed 1 only ill exceptional cases" illness
bordeaux-oil. Ask ycur county agent feels. much pleased: ever the change absence, etc. Appliratieiia, fin
:.. DEPOSITS INSURED in your life are equally marked. The day of your birth about it. I extensions under these circumstances ,. .
A tree should he RICHARD PEARSON HOBSON -hould .be addressed. "e +.
4k young citrus topped to the collector of "
=== and other dates from which and ==
things important
great back to about 18 inches when l being: SINKER OF THE MERRIMAC | internal revenue for the district. i i.

tt = to you began. But the greatest of all the dates in your transplanted to the trove.: A short COMING TO KISSIMMEE which the taxpayer lives. No extern
fir stem will not dry. out so readily as a sions beyond tintv| 'uyt! can t be grant
; e = e S life is the one on which you bank your first dollar. From == quicker start.Watermelon. I Captain Richard, --Pearson I10h I,1 I by a collector. Reii.estH|' for fuithrr,
; = cantaloupe and cucumber extensions must be addresses] to the
= .renowned naval hero sinker of the ,
it in after years you will trace the beginning bf your suc- growers, plant scratch crops! of (oivinisHiom-rs, of Internal Revenue,
Mernmac: eight! years United' States
== cess. Make this day your date line! Your discovery of == early crook neck squash. Melon congressman from Alabama and a \Vashi"-jton.) I II. C.Fprfa'lc .
a and pickle worms feed I on the squashan&thus cliHiitauqua I lecturer of national re "to make a return o* _
-
-success dates from the day of your first deposit. the crops you expect to har- is to appear again in Kissiml reputation + j t:me the penalty is .i fiue e( Rot more
--- -- vest fruit from are protected. mee and delivered the of his notable t loan $I.flfI'l.( plus :-J.r erc.i-at .f the tea
Write to the College of Agriculture -
lectures lie will he here according dueFor
Gainesville, and! ask for a j failure' to pay''tax when dueor
to the announcements, on Monday
will (
I of Extension Bulletin No. 31. It ..'v-I for understatement of the tax .
March he
: ening, 27, when will *
tell you how to raise pigs, being especially at the Baptist church. The comingof I through negligence there is, a penalty :'
I of Osceola L4 prepared for the club boy this speaker offers! a rare oppor- I of 5 percent of the tax plus interestat -
County
a and. girl.CHANGED. tunity to the citizens of the city, andit I 1 percent false a month until paid. For ti-
is probable that a capacity ,audi- making a or fraudulent return
HIS LOCATIONAND ence will greet him. The lecture is the penalty is a fine of not more than
CHANGED THE NAME free of charge and a most cordial $10,000, or not exceeding one year's ;
=- = invitation is extended imprisonment, or both, together" with
4 ;;;;;; Hour. 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. -= John T. )Davis, who has been con- ------ -everyone.---- the cost of prosecution and an addi-
4 ducting a "cash and carry" marketon INCOME TAX FACTSTo tional assessment of 60 percent of the
::::a == Emmett street; has removed to amount of_tax paid
===
r. =-= the market: recently! vacated by avoid penalty, income-tax returns -
;. = >- N Tucker, and has transferred his en- must be In the hands of collectors TO. LATE TO CLASSIFY
: = tire stock to that pce.! He has ad- of internal revenue on or before .e. 'w l
\ ) !
ded to his stock of groceries and midnight March 16, 1922. FOR 8.\LE--Frl'8h cow; very" cheap: .1..

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