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 17, 1922
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01055
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'' GROWERS ARE' ELATED "WIFE Of IN SENATORDIES.'ORLANDO HOSPITAL OVER HALF: HUNDRED STARTING OF PLANTOF ,BROOKSVILLE ENTIRE MAN STANFORD BUYS STOCKJ. ,CLEVER ADVERTISING "

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: Mrs.. Park Trammell.- ,'wffe 'of.4ht I M. Duncan, who has i beel\ J looking
pOVER. THE PROSPECTS junior' senator from Florida, died ,nt "FORD DAY" PRIZES WOOD TEX BRICK. after matters connected Vrtth the WAS WELL DEVISEDBY

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an Orlando. hospital Tuesday night bankrupt firm of the. H. C. Stanford
at eleven o'clock, -- following an illness Company, has. disposed of the >entire

:: FOR ERIJ! BUSINESS! ; mell ,was of several forty-two weeks years l, old.Mrs.. Trnm-1 TO), PLEASE, WINNERS WOULD" BE' A WINNER. ;, ley stock, who-the hails buyer from!bein Brooksvllle.* A. M. McAnl-Tho CITRUS EXCHANGE '

store will be .... '.... :
Mrs. Trammell became unconsc r ,.;, Meefiafs'of Grower Ar* Being Large six o'clock in -afternoon and Score of Tko.*Attending Tk.. Gra) Oafput Of Wood TH Brick At This soon as arrangement can be effected Schedal Of AdVertucMMt Which '.

tF;' ,J ly Attended, and. Mat.rs.f",Great shortly*after that hour physicians announced Ford Day on.Saturday Will Carry.. rim Weald Me.* Wonderful Saving .II --and It'Is the intention of the new Appeared U AO Great Magazine
that all hope had been given owner to bring his family to Kissim A
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4" For Yean is Road '
.Interest .Ha.dJed Ho weU-Eant.a Prizes Paving And
I y. Are., *Atetr -. up -for,' v > mee and make this spot their future Newtpapm Were* Perfect
, .= Trammell-was-born-at-Apo" .
home. -
Mrs/ ,
: ; ;; at: f- -".-"CircularsTiaveTfeen; Tissued .ell.1n -There-ha* been no-*tatement !waned 'A, /
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t ... 1' "r On' Tuesday'evening the Chjro- ka Orange tfnd her r. --ThtfTsale: -price- -Jf--the'stocklnlump -- magn.l/.cent.arr.y! of advertUinffifor
; I county, ;spent en. '
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I y .. her; of Commerce there ,wa'.,.ano CEer tire life in Florida with the exceptionof of the many premiums and prizes"and a* to when the Tucker plant for themanufacture reached the figure of $56 5.- the' FlorTda Citrua""Exchange rolr ,e'4
, 1 interesting session"or'*thc'irrowcm' merits of tumor which will bit donated of. brick for roadrpaving 1 the last seasonhas- been completedby
the tlnri'l in
l .; .ocl.tion..nd: the attendance ,r'wai Trammell! "Wa"hlnJrton'.aItl'r..Mr elected United States; to some of these a tendngthej: ]will' begin to creating a daily output Frank K.; Anderson wf.the Florida those In charge of the great publicity
! excellent R, .R. Lny.'vlce-pr. eidentz \ senator.. was great event''.which 1* scheduled to bel)of such else as will justify the manufacturers I Grower, and George E. Hosmer, of campaign and copies of each of

,. under the newly adopted charter, She was widely' known in all sections pulled cff In Kissimmee on. Saturday' ,,I going Into ,the open market ,the Dradentown Journal were inKI.slmmee the advertisements have been for-
\L' preeided-and that meant that UhjAgS 'of' the -state; having managed of this week-tomorrow. to supply, not only this state;"but adjoining ', on Friday enroute tit warded to all newspapers in Florida 1'
" ,>- were .(coins; toe pushed through With Senator "TrainmeHYcampaign for All these prize* are' well..worthatrlviritt .states, as well. When fir'yartialy" Montverda" to look' business. for,approval or criticism.

S. :"'; :. 'a, whizz .and a bang Mr. Lay, Mule governor and r.POINTS ., for-for-there...is :notoneofz destroyed the plant _nearlyeighteerllnontheagoitwaadeelared. matters, , For the greater metropolitan journals
' ,. it new-comer hi taking, a deal c.in-: them of inferior value. To illustrate: there- been -made- ready an'nouncement
, 'terctln all\ mutter pertaining, to 1 F. A. Nave has''' offered from his pri-.,that the plant would immediately b" of all sizes-from those
, ,. "\ the beherm nt. Of the city and county vats pur- t.we'lty-five dollar for'' reconstructed whet}' the work which COUNTY, COURT OPENSON diminutive to 'those which would occupy
i r -and has tn initiative that is P/*/*a.- ON PROFITSOF the best and most attractively-deco-H I I I had (hen reached a point tingling upon full five columns-for the managersof
, .?: tint to witnese.i' rated car in the panld.-nd this I is complete success'; would, be at once the Exchange realized that there

' The grower approved of the' pro- open to any make cf car which maybe ], resumed. must be;created a sentiment for the
MONDAY
: to'. .posed charter for the establish t MEDICINE FIRMS presented., While it is a fact that ,i The tightness of the money! mar: MORNING special fruit from Florida before the a
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, ,.. for a canning factory-although 1 1j e nearly every prizea connected in ket prevented all plans being carried '. ordinary purchaser will demand the ,
a sentiment that it might be t. some way with the Ford-merely because '''out It that time, but capital was ten-i product-and realized,also that every c
ter before entering into such a ] p. WHICH ARE TIMELY there are more' of that make ,tatl-ly promised. Since, that time WITH-A HEAVY DOCKET statement made In any of the. publicity '
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oaition to wait till other matter ad : of car than of all other combined ;'the slant has been .rehabilitated.and must bear the imprint of candor -
been placed upon a firmer 100 ng: Mr. Nave asserts that owners of. other woe resumed upon an experimental and "possibility of actual
{. It is understood although thls "'ha* Enormous, Dividend Mad By Mediae cars should have an opportunityto basic; but those in charge found tha\ Many Case o. Docket Bat Many of proof. Because of.these.points then'

r not been officially announced; bat *',Finns May Be Duplicated: By be in at the winning hence he .while the output was of such a character Them Light; County Prosecutor; had been taken a great deal of timeto
,: \' should the corporation so desire be J make his own donation, which1 should that the brick'would meet with Urges Noll Proseqni .In Many prepare the advertisement in such!
t; rold canning plant located a. '>QortUstance A.LcalT,Grewiag Inititntion; be an._incentive.to.all owner*,of car*. ready sale there was necessity of a way as to at once attract the eye
. '< from the Dixie Highway It. I.i believed that this propositionwill making an outp 'that'wou1d be several Of the twelve jurors drawn for the ,, of the public thai; don. -there wat
.' 'couth 'of Kissimmee would b* turned I.manse The general. public realizes that im bring: into the parade line some times 'arger If the plant was toe I county court there were but six left every probability that there would bra .

.,,;:. ,rover to the organization rent freexcrj.t sums are received as profitsby very pretty designs. becoiI profit-making I when the docket was sounded on Mon- i clamor for the' Florida product
l least a yearuntij{) the'-plant could the ordinary and well-conducted With that a* a high prize there I I To the laymen the situation I..pe!- day morning, with Judge T. L.. Com which would sell every box. r%
the gotten on its feet and commrtcedto efmgoo) datSthat\ out medicine* and oth will be more than fifty others to be I)I culiacreat It Is known that the brick'' er on the bench. Th\ juror remain ,. There were advertisement prepared
':- : mf* a'rsturn' on the investment. : are told .b) agenciesor distributed in other way among owners d under the orescnt! process are ing from the first venire were JohnW. +especially formedical Journal In

-,4., However that nay. b* the proposed by private individuals yet here and driver of Fords. The gift.'pract ally everlasting brick made Barber, P. G.-Coroartie,, T. E. Ivey Which the food, tonic and health prop.. ;i;.
\''' r charter ,wa*JuIopU*!. t.'" are a hw instances which are verified are of a varied nat re- yet each of ,By t is plant of a character Wiuchmore ; W. H. Jones, A.. D. Story, and F. ,ertie of the Florida orange and
.... J. Earl'Luptec, chairman of'1he fron financial agencln that. will them .1.' worth, obtaining-all of, theaj crude have been I in ''daily use Stroup. A.I. grapefruit were featured-and elaborations -
committee to see what arrangement* r.rove' beyond a doubt that the amount being- donation" from the liberal business -;(!for n or* than a half :dozen yeara In. The docket carried the followings, are made In these announcements
1 could i b s made towards aecurinJC.'*' .;: It may be of interest to men of Kissimmee. There will ,the busiest portion of JUssimmee and criminal cases-and in the list will I 'wIth which every'physician' '4'who

lease of 'ft portion of the citrus|*lft' been consider'returned,*.tvhat enormous and the profits have will b*, also, prize_of excellence for the' have yet to show the slightest deterioration ,, be found the disposition of some of possesses modern training will\
.. change packinghouse for cucunjkMl; following best-dresed woman for the shab or wear. The bricks are the cases as noted: agree. For various trade-Journals
shippers reported that it would,. Aq give details which are irrefutable: biest-dressed woman, the habbiet- larger by considerable than the ordi- The State versus there had been amngeU\ ,-also, a.Mr? t
"a' impossible secure' that pla'eeo'' $1000 Invested in the .T. R. Watkins dressed man the heaviest woman for ,'I nary paving brick and weigh far less; Lulu Green; assault with dangerous tea of advertisementwhich would api, <
reuse of the late orange crop.conting Medicine Company, of Winona Minnesota the fattest girl undo;, sixteen in the 'consequently there would be a mate- weapon.Lulu peal to the readers of. such.mag*; *$
in; and hot was instructed to investigate pays a' quartcriy dividend of parade, for theoldett woman and the rial saving in transportation costs. Green; profane language. zines. It was not enough that the,,, -
the chances of seUTinithe i 110 .percent--or an annual dividend oldest man, for the' youngest childin In addition to these features is the S. D Story; hunting on Sunday. originators of the handsome advar. ',
of Dr. Phillip Phil'011. 440 percent. Par va h.* of stock is. fact,hat there would be no breakage '
packinghouse ''I the parade the smallest woman.,I t' Charles M. Levi; embezzlementtwo tisement should prepare' announce-
Strawberry culture was widely tiis- *100: resent value, $2300. ,over Jwenty-one-and another for the of any sort in transportation counts. ments which might be placed at raiM .,

cussed, as well as was the pony refrigerators l K100Q Invested in the Chattanooga I smallest man over twenty-one. -- andmany which in itself would prove a mat- I Ernest Shiver; hunting on Sunday. dom in any sort of publication far,* '%
being .made for the) Medicine .Company is now paying 300percent ,ter of no small bearing; and the additional K
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now : more.Athletice 1 T. A. Hughy; keeping child out of i from it; the publicity was pJanitfJ *'
I t; use of shippers; and a committee of 1 semiannun'tvand the stock also, will have a swingIn fact that these brick may be school. I appealing to the special class of rend*. Xk'
six 'C. S. Crowder, Clark Howell, I, Jl'loIII.ly'he1 l at fifty for one. i the gathering of the prizes. Prizes properly and scientifically laid at far Ed Lyson; having n still In his post ers each publication would cater t. 4V
w Bert IJaling.' H. W. Wilcox U. H, '$1000 Invested$ in the Paris Medicine 'will be given to the best men and i leas expense than the clay brick i session. in the strongest farMon. ?

Brock anJ C. A. Garrett-was np- Company dividend, of Snl.it\ ; Louis. pays a boys in walking, running Jumping..would prove another important- face J j T.. C. Brown reckless driving_of an'automobile. I There has been an experimental.. '
j pointed to confer with the county I quarterly of 100 percent. and walking: backwards- i I tor in 'the sale and use Nolle pressed.I vertlstrig'campalcrrrrfcrrled'on In Eng
S t commissioners at the next regular j Tbd lust. stock of t this company was ious other contests_-and the humorous It seems a pity that the plant is I Fred Ogiltree; reckless driving of ,.land for the "Sealdsweet in.;.which
meeting regarding: the proposition of I IIi has bought| beenoffered in;at fifty for one; 75 for one nlde of the day has not been for. I not steadily at work making an out- :I''an automobile. _]|I .ueed having' man ,this >j
, securing suitable quarters far the found for sale. ; but no stock is I gotten. i'put which would return a revenue of I i R.1'. Lee; driving/ a car without 2,225.000.rt'ireulatlon: for eash Issueland .r '
holding of county fairs the making One special feature is the offeringof commensurate size-benides adding,t license. "' II' |I for thlll purpose ,the advertisingmanagement '' ,
$1000 invested in the I-
1) of officers for the several. agents of Raleigh Medicine one week'a board for the first cow to the payrolls of Kissimmee. There j' C. Ray Miller; operating trailer ,, had prepared seine specially ,
! the county and the growers. Company seventeen; years ago. I la pIe arriving Kissirnmee on "Ford must be something of this sort to I'( without license. written announcements;.....some' ,. .
The growers association need not now quoted at J75OCO. The par val Day+"ghd registering from tithe most bring in money before Kissimmee will i Lulu Silas; using profane lan things whIch< would "appeal .to' the '>
be worried however, over convenient ue held of the stock relatives.was $100, but it is distant point. This offer'io made by reach the point of her ambitions. I guage. Noll pressed.Pat British lover of oranges. and ,grp**' <:*;
r- Quarters for the organization if the dividend entirely i i.by No reportof the Newby Inn-and proper publicity There are several inititutions 'of a Nelson; driving car with no fruit of raw excellence. '"

proffer' of the Blackshear' Fertilizer' The Nashville available. has should draw a handsome gallery competing different -nature; in this locality )license. plea entered of guilty., As a whole the portfolio" of- pub-1'! TJ ,
Banner this
i Company shall be accepted and their to under dateline for thin valuable prize-s-which but the brick-plant would be a wonderful T. C "Spadarou; driving car withno llcity has never been excelled by any, u
/" fertilizer chall be adopted .as .a general say of Paris, Tennessee is a "top-notcher" j, .asset! to this' city and county license. Nollo pressed. aeries of.advertisement prepared'by "

J"F rule. J. E. Lupfer entered into January of the stockholders l.h "Th annual No such premium .list has ever be- once it was running en schedule and .W; F. Grey; transporting liquor. firm in the United State, Clean--* ,#
meeting of the
-correspondence: with a half-dozen Paris Medicine held fore been offered in any city in the employing the needed number of men. Bob Roger; having liquor in hU cut calculating,'-conrindng'and with.. ,
Company
fertilizer firm with a view of 'receiving -here was state for' a one-day .affair-where no possession. out any careless camouflage' thr' *; ,
; yesterday and ,the usual
offer for the patronage of the dividend of, quar. entry tees are charged-and wherea 0. Griffin: pausing: '''worthless has been a series*of adverwsemetits1 r. ., ?
100 declared.
terly
Y;' 'entire association. From one point On*'of-the stockholder percent was who-, fine barbecue .dinner await the CITY OFFICIALS ARE checks.. Two counts. Plea enteredIn that must prove P.l..tq'. ,th*;,
., . h* received what is styled something few before thousands who may be present to -each- cane of not guilty. I fruit-grower' of $' *. pare '
the formationof
a .
'" good. The shall endorsed has the year ago hauled for participate In the pleasure of the J. C. Mathia;' petit larceny. Casewas member of the, ... )BX*.
> log ;
s ... agreed if it be by the company a nghta.there should be Ford heard and jury returned verdict' change '" '
t:" living, receives an income from $1000he day. By PUITIN' ON HOT DOG ,
,.i''' growers body, to erecta.warehouse invested of about-$60,000 Annually. drivers from -every point"in the state of not.guilty, i This'entire'series'of nJMttunnnntoIs i .
,:, at this point where full line of its I ." within'' one hundred miles-and that Lee Lanier; keeping child out- of from the brain fof-nrtn who>arresidents ... ., .'

r products will be kept on call. There Summing.this matter into a briefspace mean, also, that there may.' be Ford IN NICER LOCATION school Four counts. All were nollepressed. of: Florida... It I* 'a'"hornconcern" *- ..
established In the same '
be
will also i
for the the following may be of inter driver from points several thousand -and omrthat i* building :
suitable '
building quarters mile N. Rosenblatt; Not appearing '
ng.
away. :
est: a splendid'reputstlolnlfor.xcefena>
growers association take active and the interest man in in The capitalization of six thousand This Is the first "Ford Day" ever flf uicipal Offices: Are Now' Fixed Im ,. his bond of $75 was declared and ability, To that.firm :J* much .

charge will fertilizers an from this national bank is 850000000. The carried .on east of the Mississippiand -I. n. New Building Which Is Owned forfeited. credit' due-and to mention'th'w' .rk'lk1.that ::
the work. The earnings for 1912 were $150,000,000. it is the opening wedge of what Frank X. LaPont: working on Sun has been don, -withort-a'Iword11a ,
firm are said to possess high merit The capitalization,-of. one hundred will doubtless become an annual By Th.,City day. Nolle proesedLewis to the originaton.o the many designs ,.
'. > surpassed uy,none-and, the company ..:.. next Motten, alias "Kid Lewis "
.,' and i ftfty..lx'. medicine companies for vent Kissimmee' possibly ; would ,b* unfair to'them and :
; + agree' all members to give a of considscabk.'discountto the association. A the same year was 20000000. The season it may be>M.eK d-with one of Wednesday was' moving' '"day""for-"-the- i' petit .larceny. Plea entered of .not to the..atata.. W----- .,. ,4iAI :,' flilrKe.,4/
net earnings of the medicine the' day of'the county fair. city officials. guilty..IE. : these 7s- I
companies folio bear ,It
The
number of in this vicinity pert upon'
grower The removal would have been mad P. Martin running 'automobilewith
for the same $135-. ; \ .
have been heavy user of' these year -were a bit soonsr-but when the suggestion no license. Nolle pressed.Andrew words "Printed. li:.*trated and.preI I
brands and are gratified' at the re- 000000. pared byvthe 'Thomas'. Adnrtl.lnf'l'' ;
..r"
y Total was made one of the officials Evan.; obstructing and :
BUltS. percent of earnings on capi- PROSECUTION DROPS Service Jacksonville.and Tampa"RECORDS .'
t. this association talisation of national banks <-during asked: opposing an officer. ----"-. _. : .... .
The next meeting of. = ; :. ...
that year were 17.6 percent. "Are the floors painted: and dry ? Robert Evans; tha Dame.I . .....' ...
will be held Tuesday evening. "Are all the windows washed and I Pearl Kvana transporting of li- "
,
I l of earning of the :
COUNT IN THE
one hundred and fifty-six medicine FIRST I shined up?" quor. Nolle pressed. ARE.BROKEN' .. u .,
companies- the same year were "Is everything just as it ought to Will Allen; operating .truck without . <
; CAPITAL] RELOCATION 675- percent I'be-so we wont be ashamed of the license.

f (These figure were produced in DONEGAN BANK CASE place?" (Continued-.from. Page Four) BY BERRY SHIPPERS. ;

federal court in Chicago in 1913- These queries being answered in e .
MUCH SUPERIOR TO Judge Kenesaw, Mountain Landis. I the negative! she roplid: "Not one VISITORS SHOULD BRING
t. presiding They were brought out One Couat of Th. Nut Was Droppedby ; { step do we move till that place Is ini I i OWN CUPS TO BARBECUEThe 'AROUND'' PLANT CITY '

j' when the Chattanooga Medicine Com- The Prosecution: Bud of Cw- proper condition. Then we can keep ,..
STATE the it that way." That'was the ultimatum barbecue committee now has 1
pany sued American Medical So- tui for $5000 Entreated '
SPLITTINGJHE ciety--and won the suit.) --- I : and, like all women she had her everything down to a nicety tor the This May H.p-T; Grower of Thi*, .
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In Kissimmee A. E. Donegan, former clerk of the'! way. coming celebration of Saturday-and Section One The" Bud b \
is founda
now to be *** EfUbIUhed
y Past Legislative Bodies Censured And into circuit court and former president of Now, however evC'rythinJr.is spiel,I there promises to be l < _not one'.lip in 4?> ..
starting business under
concern e
and 'the the whole affair. The best of meat Good Ban
;[
: Scored Because of Trifling With far the First National Bank of Saint and span- already nlace b *
more auspicious conditions than "
i gins' to look homey and better. It had been guaranteed the men who
of Florida any of those quoted above. There is Cloud, and\ the Citizens Bankpf Kis ; of .'trawber;= '.t 'I',
I Voter be trial in federal ;Iis claimed lhat a rivalry exists as to ,, "know how" will prepare It-which I.a is Monday's movement 1
will
simmee placed on
belief\ that the Watson
future the I
,. of
court the charge of I I who shall be the first to be tried in ; matter of no small moment-the ries was u record.rf'aker'aeeordlntr'Ir',r "
i .. Several 'mndrcd delegates resDond- Hall Manufacturing Company may become today and on misappropriationof | the municipal court because they maitawho put the "coflf" in coffee has 1 to the figures given in the Plant City'J'
ed the invitation of Ocala Monday as roseate as those which have embezzlement for beverage Courier when "there" shipped ...
; to on the bank's funds, says the Tampa I desire to !see that the place is properly all his arrangement that were. ::
- to meet for the purpose of considering attained so great prominence In the Tribune. There nine counts in initiated and christened; al-l I AND that pork pilau will be from that city 56.560 quarta.' Of
the benefits of removing the past score of years. In the brief time are though there is no reason to believe : something over which everyone so these the express company: handled,
indictment Mr.
to some point nearer the which the concern has been in existence against Donegan. re- be shown. Still 1 snack will twelve and the railway. handled +
it state capital turned federal March any leniency will fortunate as to get a giggle cars, ;
i center of Florida and the initial it- haM opt only supplied 'its by a grand jury it's worth "the trial"The I all the way home. four. Berries are "Btill growing J'-. .
It that he platedmore
1919. is
t what be termed a goods to a Kbst of dealersat a.price 5, alleged what be real Kissimmee both to price and receipt. .
I -I meeting wan may than forty thousand dollars building is not Ki..lmI It is going to a strong, as ...1.
; I in fact there was more business which enabled the ultinjate consumer should any' I "Each succeeding week set. a'' , (
success bank' nice have. Not by considerable -1 j I day-and There is to be no charges two
worth of the Saint Cloud '
t k planned at that session than ,to secure them-it. a minimum figure \ to his credit. Indictments paper means. Yet ts vastly superior made for this barbecue service. But new recordfor biggest strawberry. ,*" )
b had been contemplated. - with a.lairprofit to.the retailer also have personal been Yeturned1l gain.t to .\lfhaLhAII.been_used -in the here I is a pointer which It will be chipping Hays. Mo-viay was the .big '.,\'
,1 9 No one voiced an onjnion opposing but the business has returned excellent A. W. Gustus, former cashier of tlia past a(. various and divers intervals.There well to bear in mind. committee pelt day vet; wifb: 66,560.quart, !'. ':.:.:
the removal of the capital from the profits upon the capital invested. Paul K. Weaver needs to be u sign about two I haM found that It will cost a large The expresrcompany ban, "" -;'
Saint Cloud ddiedptwel
;.,.. + location. which it has so long occu- Whether the .taon.-Hall Manufac- former cashier bank 'tnd of the Kissimm feet wide and twelve feet long nicely sum above what has been figured on i !! cars of 530 refrigerator- (.W:. .";
w pied. "Th..re"was"s6m talk-'of making turing..Comnanyfe l !?. need of bank, charging them with Irregular! painted and bordered, bearing theO I to furnish drinking cups for the cof boxes while four solid cars ....ent,,bY' 4'i "
f two states of the one-but such greater capital is not known;but -it ties in connection with the wol'da.-_ fend_ the chance are that half of freight. The average pries was about. .
.. a course would only he attempted incase remains fad, nevertheless,' that it of the affairs' of the manage'meat banks. .'." 'OO'O'OOOOOot them would-be""carried home for souvenir 33-rent.'-quart--and-the--pro****!**. ;.".::
/-1< I <<: all measures for the removal is possible to secure a limited amountof trial Is *. obtained by the farmer amounted to. !
', failed. The law-making bodv which stock upoq which there is every assurance They will following be placed on it of understood the- } + *" Now,. just_ to_ be..fair with all the $17.504.80. '''
,-M ._ assembles bi-annually at Tallahassee : of excellent returns. The disposition .o. MUNICIPAL IIAJ.L people .here i* the situation. Paper ."CarloadT shipment of"vegetable*,).tt';;-;..;land -
- was condemned because of the III x I firm' ls.an advertiser of considerable case against Donegan. + cups are. not very nice for coffee citrus were as folows One car, ,' ,,
Officialsplaced '
'!t.' ness shown in following the constitutional I I prominence, and.the good it handle With the selection of the jury 'probably City 0' especially the grade of coffee which of orange and one Of cabbage Fn' "

law-and the fact was deplored I are of merit-and these two asset being completed by noon, tbe ...00.01.0001000.0.. will be served at this barbecue; the day; three can cabbage Saturday., .tilv '
ti'",_. that it was possible for 800.000 used in connection with good business trial of Arthur E. Donegan; former heat sort of' .stamps them down like and two Tars of-oranges. Monday.: t '
i '. people west of the Suwannee river abflity. ''forma abasis for enlargements president of the First National Ban on the front of the building sitting in a cnstardpi. It ,I* requested All of .these fact DOlnt'to.what,. i,
x i' to make clowns of the 700,000 people which may 'mean-a great deal of Saint Cloud anel.tbe Citizens Bankof in order to save many queries, and therefore, that all comer maybe accomplished in KUslmroIf--
.'- 1 ,if instituting the balance of the pops for Kissimmee and'for those who are Kissimmee charred with the -violation ' when that ia completed and placed..I shall bring theirown cup or mug she gro'vers will enter tho business ?
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f']!I' t lation. sufficiently. t ar-sfchud,to- grasp. op- of the national banking laws,, may be said the new' quarters will be '-then they will be'sati.pd. If they in'' a strung-hearted \.faahlon1 ''and -
t temporary organization was OI'tunltiea.-wbeo they:;are shown/ ,' ,will get under way today. very complete.The car to bring along eo"'pl -t.in. to stick to it. Also stick together, :-i ""v .'

..::.{ formed at the Ocala meeting ,to'tak. "': '. .--- .......... ,, ':: .. . The:$L000 bond of 'A.' W. Gustus, bold the meat that-wiD be better pt At the.present tlralf: oeera* that1'\"
" ,L 'up th*'matter for which the session will"be-? Into..-more-taU .:.-* ", former cashier. of the Saint Cloud electric sign In front of "That -,for then they will not be up against, then will .b*, no'"lapae*" from 'tM q
': z..L ,wa* can..s -and to keep continually at Nearly gone.twenty* Cities 'and, '.to>?_* bank, who wa Indicted by a federal 1 Inn" h -been changed; and a moreeuphonious aD,.. bother a* to: seryic! "" Every I rank of those, who have &mcorporsted:;;:; a
.. ".' 'the. project of.of.submitting matter: were.represented" : at the radon=tbe grand jury" along with Donegan 'wai attraction .ha* replaced it. guest partaking: of the barbcnU under the, tills of .'GrowerAo;'-
to the voter *f this state. Commit; delegate from .Ooceola being! estreated by Judge .' Call Mn.-M. A. Evan desired something expected,to,bring.:finger*-and ;non don. .r By no meon should there b* '

A ; 'f 'tees_ "years + appointH.. following. thetemPOrJ.ty..orpDlaa MaJorpT..AL-Murphy<< .,.county Charge. W. yeaterdlsywben the- defendant failed, that, was,more expressive and the should leave.their teeth at. born..!The anT",wav .riag In.the ranks-and,tf.tb"prent :,-
}' - tk> ;"*nd jt was Griffin>; Leo!; WUaon..4 r to .appear to bo-arraigned. Paul Ki new sign IIOW stands laW"I..alre View meatwill -bo *o tender that an ex tnthnalarm shall be mam--'.
;.. agreed that the next meeting'of the Sam'Brammar. of Saint Cloud..Mayo- Weaver, former c *hfer-"of thy -KisImrae IJJJL..,t:This la' :much DOre apP op: p.dalk.d'person. can "gum. If-y tamed' tbr. will be Mm WODCheCa"DOted ',
'r. association should he held Orlando . ; *,institution ,TOO'war alsoJn- rate;'it. would cap '< 'u4 ,.,ma teeth'
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twO TEL U5S1MMEI VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY MARCH 17, 1'22 .

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STATE. PRESS MEETING 1 TUCKER FOUND GUILTY. I PLANS ..*JJ

FUNCTIONS IN DAYTONA OF TRANSPORTING) ( LIQUOR CAPJTAL REMOVAL WORRY ', .,' . .....New... I.
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'The annual of the Florida J., L. Tucker' of Kiselmisiee, who was 1- "
Press Association meeting will be held at arrested by Officers Gordon Zebendonand NUMEROUS SECTIONS OF FLORIDA Blacksmith! Shop : l

i Daytona Friday and Saturday, March Frank William Tuesday mo'ning ... :
charged with the sale and transportation << I'
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April announced here
today:SI and after a 1,conference it was between J.' of liquor was fcund: guilty il.tho Chances Of Re...." Ot State. ,Capital Very-Remote-Even If Tfcere SheeJd. .' ..

L. Worthington' chairman of the association city court before Judge: J. D. Allen, Be Allowed Vote Upon The Many Caadidatei: The Dobsop Hurl* M 4; I l.t m;.,.... i first Ciut Mss' rsrHorseshoeing :
and T. E. Fitzgerald, Daytona and was fined $50 on each count or a The Only Really. Logical Solution of Building a Maraificcnt Capital ,
publisher. The executive com total of $100. lie was then Immediately . and Blacksmithing! .
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arrested "upon a county warranton a'I
had been with the "
;c work rnlttoe: of preparing charged a program, : of Interest the came charge with bond fixed at It I U hardly lobe* believed that with all the 'meetings called tor the pur ,and. all kind of work: in Iron.. "StAI.! I and Plow-. .
which he pose of plan of a removal"of the capial from its present '
''he, publinhprg. $300 gave. work and will also do Wheelwright Work and
, to Tallahassee .
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i' U II. Teddy chief witness for the position at there can never be brought about the end sought. .
'city, who e""tutlmony'" responsible This i is on the hypothesis that there will be senral'candidates for the site. everything .desiredin GENERAL REPAIR_SHOP.: r

I for the conviction of Tucker, was al- To accomplish such a proceeding there must be two-thirds vote for a citycr I thorough workman and with to by" the w.rk I shall' ,... ,f1
> arrested.. en a county warrant locality. With a half dozen candidates -and it would he difficult to Imagine am a prove "
charging the transportation of liquo- that all sections of Southern Florida could unite upon one city-the turn out nothing will be done but what it i satisfactory.. Every job :"r1: --
and released on bond of' $300. Mr chances of securing two-thirds vote for any i pot l 1s excessively remote. will be done by a Mechanic-and satisfaction is guaranteed., ""
I'eddy testified that Mf. Tucker came There l Is "a fair chance of the removal, however, if the people! will spreadthe I am located on the alley just north of the Christian church. . ',
to his house on North Tcnneaaee on propaganda of the plan of making a pew city_-a city which would soon with 'entrance either (from Main street or Broadway and invite .
and sold l rival in almost in which! could be your
the morning of February 22 importanep any the state-a city easily
him a quart of red 1 liquor' ; that he had reached from any portion of Florida in one day's travel: .and a city which patronage. ..."
more in bin car; lld the next dayabout 'would contain the finest capital in the south.- without a dollar's outlay P. W. METER Proprietor 9'Mai.' SreetU ":
coon ho frot in Tucker's car afRTThey upon 'tht- pan of tlie-state- '--the-peo la -___
1 I drove to the swumpy! land east of Some time ago W. B. Dobson,' editor of the Star-Alvocateo Titus-- .. '. "

y's I Winston where they hid 27 quarts of villc-! issued an outline of a plan for a capital which drew the attention ___-- ._.---__ .- ---- --. ...._. _ ",- _.,.. r .
red liquor und four quarts of !!'In. lie of all America. Could the plan be put through it would mean that Florida
testified that Tucker told him th P : place at Kis'simmej had been raided in a style commensurate with the building-the whole'to cost no Individual ,
I Ie It,1 and he had to get the liquor hid. Information cne cent. The plan which he put forth-and which has receivedthe t
is i to the effect that the approval of the entire state press-and many of prominent. men--of --- .
I government officers did raid Tiwker's thf state-is to buy. in the centre of the state-or approximately at that WHY fAY'RENT1 : :
meat market. A few days later, according 'Iojllt-a tract of wild land twelve miles square. The wilier the land the .
J to Peddy's testimony, he de- better-for the initial cost would be less. It nred not of nAessity.be on ,.
'. to tell the officers "for the good any railway-for each road in the state would build to it as soon as pos ,-
,this country" ubout the liquor dealings sible. About the' entire tract would be soon constructed a boulevard one When You Can Buy 'a Home and :
i with Tucker which led Officer Xeb- hundred feet in width, with corresponding sidewalks. In the centre of -
e endon to the spot near Winston where, this area would be situated the state capital and from these. grounds Pay For It Like Rent? _
the four quarts of II. & II. and.one of would radiate broad avenues to the boundary; boulevard. /
gin were found. This crude diagram will illustrate the !initial avpearance: If the !houses I have do not suit you ask for one built according
That in sub I :
was
I to your ideas. Every property will be sold on easy terms. ,
'all]) offered bv the < ity and stoutly .. .

foujtht and denied by the defendant r. through his attorney, Edwin Spencer, r r&J
Jr.. who stated that Mr. Peddy was t! .

just as guilty of owning the liquor anJ ) CALL AND TALK IT OVER WIT H
that the case was a frame-up becauseof ,,
some had ch.'ili the attorney ,, .*
slated, Peddv had given, one being, H. STANLEY: BULLOCK
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to Tucker, he said, and the liquor I, r41 -
I ideal was u piece of spite work. : State Bank Building KISSIMMEE
The. case started about nine o'clock

I and lasted until noon and adjourned 3 Vr ooooooooooo.ooooot.OOO.400000 ..
I until three o'clock when the attorneys .
The defense .. .
I made their argument ; --- -- -- ---.--- -- -- -------
I noted exceptions throughout the trial D444444+4444404444044000 ..o.o..o..tO 6 'O.'O.
I i and on a case of this. kind where the i
attorney were parleying back and f10R/0 <
: forth all the time, it put a man who - RY6.. irATE M R iq.11 "
was not a trained jurist up a tree to .... tf1P/T 50 BEARING ORANGE TREES
know what to do, and they had Judge i
'! Allen !!,u."sinluntil Mayor Pettewaycame
PENH'SCHEWING to his rescue. The attorney for tq .
the city was A. R. Carver.
I| Both attorneys hindled their cases Seven Room House Modern Conveniences
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well and when the argument was over ii.
c the judge announced his decision .
I whereupon Attorney Spencer stated Brick Street
TOBACCO that his client would probably appeal j fl'eJ" '
the case. In the meantime the
F.-r county officers, Dan Marshall and S4.3OO.OOF.
n i' .r- : Tom Allen served the warrants up1*" i -
IAe/ !....u:: d I! both Peddy I and Tucker and they will
now appear in county -ourt.-Lake.( t --- .

land Star. 'D s A. NAVE

rt4'a A Tough Situation It should be understood that there would have to he a multitude of I .
streets and avenues other than the eight here depicted, for the twelve
"My wife and four children were miles means a lot of room. It would be possible that at the commence- k Bank of Osceola County Building Kissmsnee, Florida
dependent on me for their living. My i ment the outlying thcce miles might be alloted in five anj ten acre tracts;
stomach and liver trouUUi of five but these points would all have to be worked )ut by competent engineersas ,.f DN" I H' years had made me despondent as no would the hundreds of miles of paved streets--the sewer system, thewater
i medicine seemed to help me, and I w?sgradually system, and other matters. With a proportion' of this sort, and allowing -
wasting away. It was a of this to only in I I'.mited' quantities,
the purchasers property buy jet Your Job Printing from the Valley Gazette* '
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I tough situation.. My cousin in Columbia the|II i net income from a venture of this sort would not only) erect a statehouse *
.. wrote me about having taken which would surpass anything in the entire south but the whole - .. .....
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and ad cost would come from those who become 'purchasers and land-owners. ,
Ra ke' Your vised me to try it. I am now feeling There is l one objection to a plan of this H.nt-and only one. There O OO OO.4000.OOO.O..oooo"o.o'o..oo..ooo, -
;> Town better than for fifteen years." It l la is would be a dearth of profiteering off the contracts! let for the various imprOVEments ,
simple harmless preparation that always provided a board of business men ohould be placedIn
'more beautiful by proper planting of removes the mucus from the intestinal control. It could be construed as' no i objection that the selected site Women Must Register
ornsmentsl. Get advice from people . tract and allays the inflammation might not, and, naturally would not, have railway connections when it ,
who know bow, landscape experts which causes practically stomach, was purchased. Trackage would be there before the preliminary surveys
u. who have written a book callfd liver and intestinal ailments, including were made.. A plan of this sort should it be carried out aa contemplated, ...
the. TROPICAL, PLANTINGs appendicitis. One dose will con would be' the most wonderful thing possible for the entire state--and there:
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'. building BOOK. Florida I* a boon to all who are vince or money refunded. J. Z. Rob- wculd be buildcd a city of good proportions that would: stimulate every If They Would Vote ,:
and
M Write for It TODAY towns. It's free.homes. erson and druggists everywhere. section' of the state. Millions of dollars would he paid cut for labor-and
all of those millions would come back because of the value" created throughthe
i,= 1 REASONER BROTHERS OVERLAND INTRODUCES making of "Capital.! That would prove an excellent title for the proposed -

Royal Palm Nurseries STARTLING REDUCTIONSA city. :--: -: : -:
Box 167 Oneco, Florida I The plan has received commendation from a multituJC of soarces and
reduction in of Overland from a multitude of men who have studied the matter carefully. Appar-
, '. ..' deep and Willys-Knight prices cars, as announced I ently there is no good reason why fifty thousand- people cannot be addedto IT WILL BE NECESSARY FOR ALL WOMEN WHO
. .. .. today by officials of the the population of Florida once the project :s under way-and the only .
Willys-Overland Company The new means by which it can be pushed to completion l is to drop many petty plans C WISH TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION
I the accomplishment of this .
I effective immediately. and bend every energy toward. project..a.r.r..
prices are 't' TO BE HELD IN JUNE TO REGISTER. REGARDLESSOF
I The new price of the powerful ---------- - - -
Overlana touring car, bakedenamel !' most ornamently beautiful ever designed
easy-riding ( bearings; all-steel body; -
THE FACT THAT THEY MAY HAVE REGISTERED
I which lIy sheer merit of economy, finish; spring; base of 130 inches for the screen. The twelve ?
quality and comfort has attained a agaiiiat wheel-base of 100 inches; I dancers appear in reproductions of
as I
FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION IN 1920. NO
j? ; ; dominant place in the light car fieldis 34 foot turning radius; 27 brake''I the famous Tempi. Dances. The DO
$550. One year ago this car sold horse power motor; electric starter weight of their costumes in considera- DELAY. BUT REGISTER NOW. FORGETFULNESS
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for $1035. lights, horn, etc I ble as each garment is decorated with .
I This is an additional" reduction since The Willys-Knight car, built of the at least two thousand set jewels; MAY LOSE YOUR VOTE.
a' : I the reduction of 42'/ recorded from highest grade materials, stands apart ,I! sapphires, emeralds, rubies and rhine-
Jar September, 1020 to September, 1921 from the great i majority; of cars, j stones. Counting fifty stitches to EDGAR D. KATZ.
k f. I a total reduction of 4Tr/r in a year chiefly because it i ia motored by the each jewel, 100,000 to the garment,
and a half; the most radical reduction Willys-Knight sleeve-valve engine. it'can: be seen that the original esti- a Supervisor of Registration.
in motorcar prices in the his This engine has given to the Willys- !I mAte of one million stitches for the .
tory of the automobile industry. I Knight car the slogan; "Its Motor 'I i twelve costumes is conservative.And .
I In 1916 the Overland sold for $615, Improves with Use.' I these costumes were for dancers .oooooto.oooo..+oo..oo.oooo.oooo .. .oooo..o.ooo.. .
a price that was thought; could never It is because of the sleeve-valves only and to gain a special ef- i
be bettered. Todav it l is $65 lower. of the Knight type motor tHat the.I fect. Going: into the costumes of the -- -
another Marvelous 000 O oo +ooooo ..o ....oo.-o.OO 4404
; The Willys-Knight touring: car is automobile world in general concedes principals is 1tory. .o.ot.o _
"Liatent? .my boy, it's I now listed at $1375 a further reduc- these seven advantages to this stable cloaks and ermine negligees -
'tion of $150 since! the startling reduction Willys-Knight motor startling Javanese costumes and
; 'IMax. Rosen playingi'Humoresque' of 40 percent in a year and a : l First, it improves with use; second: a succession of interesting Spanish Merchants & Farmers Bank
it requires no adjustments; third it ,> gowns place this newest De Mille picture -
I half.These new prices were made possible l lI is more powerful; fourth it is l more \' at an exceptional point in femi-
{ 'rf I by remarkable economies in nrtinufart'irmg flexible; fifth', it l is silent in operationand nine investiture.
'There must be some compell- methods the consumptionof remains so; sixth it is simple WONT DAY. ''UTili..)"". M MICU IS J of KiasimmeeI J ;.
'Iq reason why to many noted high-priced material inventories, being free from complicated parts; .
Q musicians and musical educators I the practical total elimination of ob- seventh it is economical. ,FORMER KISSIMMEEITE I > '
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and ligations for high-priced materials WINS SAN JUAN TROPHY .
y' in both Europe EVERY'r
I the operation of a new, more progressive KISSIMMEE PARTY INVITES BUSINESS FROM
,Am rlca. have The Brunswick: and more economical marketing VISITED PLATFORM Dr. J. W. Simpson; ; defeated Frank &
ar''ttr'' _Phonograph in their own plan, and lastly the hearty co Gubmsey three up and two to playin 5 BUSINESS MAN IN I KISSIMMEE
s ,homes.. I operation' in the plan to build more Several cars bearing a number of the final round of play for the San r .
cars per-man each day by every em members of the Osccola Farmers' Juan trophy yesterday afternoon at
I, plo'ee.In the four plants the;/ company I II' Co-operative Association and citizens the Orlando Country Club. Dr. Simp ...

I'' operates. I I of Kissimmee arrived' in the city Friday -I son had a handicap of 'eleven strokes .. ... -- .
These" new prices place Overlandand I to look over the x strawberry cover bill'c opponent.The -
Willys-Knight cars in the front I growing: and marketing industry match was close and exciting
'Y j{ price rank in their classes. For the here, They visited the platform and throughout both men driving long
rt c .'\ t pasty ar _and_.ahaf! ) the records of viewed the steady flow of wagons balls from the tee nnd showing deadly Every[ Precaution Within Banking Power Is Taken .to
these cars have proved t1ielrano: and can withthei."V&tuabht cargoesof accuracy the greens. Coming in
# I my, quality performance and com berried, the hundreds of' boxes be- Gurnsey showed excellent form and i .
fort. ing packed on the platform and cars for a time threatened! to overcome his Protect OurJ'atronsOFFICERS '.
The new prices and those. of September / being: loaded on the sidetracks. This handicap, but the sixteenth upset his
7, kV 1920, follows: :, visit was made in connection with hopes. A large gallery: followed the
Overland chassis $450-formerly furthering the culture "of strawberries players.-Orlando Sentinel.
$S&5; touring $550formerly $1035; recently started in the Kissim
p .. roadster $650->formerly $1035; coupe mee section.-plant City Courier. POUT> DAY "ATIHtr \Y. MARCH IS
$S50- -formerly. $1075.Willysnight RICH LOSES VALUED TEACHER '
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roadster $1850- IN "FOOL'S PARADISE J, M. WILLSON. President LEWIS O'BRYAN. First Vice-President '. \
formerly $2300; touring S137C-formerly Because of lack 7 health Miss Sarah '
;WULDER'S. ,. ... STUDIO $2300; coupe $1875- formerly A million stitches for twelve cos- T. French, one of the seventh' R..G. MINICK. Second Vice-President
./' $2950; sedan $2095formerly $3050; tames, That's what it took to make grade teachers in the high school, h S -I
>> ; : ,:i..;. -. -.. chassis $1100. AH prices are f. o. b. the gorgeously bejeweled costumes of has been forced .to rtsign her.poBition "'",
Ott.;; Toledo. '. the Siamese dancing:; girls in one episode greatly to the regret of both faculty DIRECTOR .

./" ,' .' 1,(' ....f'' ..,., The. powerful,..easy-riding*Overland of Cecil B. De MIJe' latest" and pupils .. Her place IB, being DR. .C.: D.. CHRIST J. M. WILLSON fLEWIS
4 ... olr." many ..Advantages"economy''of Paramount picture, "FooTa Paradise, filled by ,Mr. D. B. Shaver who will . O'BRYAN ..
," ,, : , .1", ,, operation; triplex* eprings, insuring! .I which will be shown"at the Casino doubtless bold ,the\position- .till' th4 ;' '{t ,C: M1NICK I ELGRABEL. %
7..11' easy, riding; three-'speed and reverie' -Wednesday. and'Thursday- of next tto.lllr.of'the school 7-1'

.r. t selective ed nlckle-alloy transmission-steel 'gears of,"heat-treat-; Tlmken r week.These costumes are perhaps the see rORD DAY'lit.KJ.... .BID- ....... .. .. ..OI.. t,. . ......,....... ......00. .... ...;
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i.(t DANCING: SCHOOL BIG BASKETBALL GAME ... "
FOR SATURDAY EVENING HAVE YOU
0 .TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK
A Clan in Dancing will oPen at Arrangements have been made for *
r DOWNING HALL a master basketball' contest for Saturday THESE .r
evening> at eight o'eloolt on the By
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: SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH I i II I local tt"unda-4s an addition and final I THORN'.1

t'' I wind-up of "Ford Day," and for
I A specialty; will be.jnaoe! of Ballet (hat occasion it has been agreed that SYMPTOMS? Do If Carefully

t" .' and Classical Dance the'Thl Alpha Fraternity,)from Win- IN MEMOR1AM.Wylena The Perry Herald asks: "Is the orange
ter Park, will be on deck promptly at *indigenous?" Why, no, I think
the hour designated. If So Col..lec.TAl.g Gude'i not-as a general thing. of to
CLASSES AT'lEN O'CLOCK Mason Tiller, who put the "ket" in Alyce. Tlionidjke culls may get that
5j)4 '-' basket, says this in to'be the most Pepto-Manraa and Get Back rubs them rather

|Fotfull'details call Phone 224. 9r torrid game that has ever won applause To.Good H.altkLack ., My daughter pet, my woolen rag it all

ftproeMo the hall puor"o.ten o'clock. from the fans, and if it proves iI. __ Idol Wyl n., ..Alyce ThorrHyke, look mighty nice,
otherwise all the patrons have (o do is of vitality, feeling of tired is Head to ,the ,world -yet tha *
I .4. MRS. CHARLOTTE DOWNEY, listnctorW to go !get him an.l' get their" money" ness, bad breath, palo lips, colorless happy thought endure that And I Was Rattled
) back-if they'can. cheeks Ions of flesh One of the nicest of
__ ; weight flabby she was ever striving to do
lessened strength -..., all of thesecall into my office '
FonD DAY HATIHUAV. M'HCH 1. good to someone -, seekllg. to
1ATSON'S for the immediate use of Gude's Pep cheer !' .-and paying every slightly When I. asked Head'Ache ?
; : SLIPPING REAL ESTATEAS to-Mangan. It will positively produce heed to her. mother and her said "1 slipped and ,
DJANO IF 'TWERE ON SKIDSC. satisfactory results. Try taking it .father. the postofflcfeP Not ; ? Despondent ?
with your'meals for a few weeks and Sho was her mother's constant of somatolegy I'm. not !c Relief is Here Told
" ONDROLIS" H. I'oywno hails from Cedar Rap. be surprised with the improvement in compnnion-and she loved tions-so the only ; / "About
Ids, Iowa, but who baa been spendingthe your condition. Ou.-le's Pepto-Mangan "Poppy" with a devotion that and be a gentleman a year ago I
to to the
_ season in-Ptorida, recently) cametselmmeefrsstAayer will help you back to strength during never swerved one iota. To me mouth*closed. Which 1 sick go and suffering hospital! two to
convalescence from nny'lllnesa. It has h
T Works wonders. Talking she was a continual inspiration spells Buffered from
..
on-fianos. ,
"' -.t-Ot..A.-.N. ,> Nam*
been prescribed t sUegcBgfully! by pliysicians --
After
was a property-owner. looking; lor'kumor-apdlomty; and -
a degpond-
Machines, Furniture, Autos, for tyears.Itis Why not consider 'un
about for a time Mr. Fey, traded: everywhere thirty complacent-never complaining !(, the time. Hod tried
,etc. some lots In Day ona for, -a house a recognized iron tonic of honest bright' in remark and scintillating tappers" as obsolete remedies and got no
and lot at Campbe'l's %nd figured merit. For sale in liquid and tablet in repartee- even to style these mighty to a drug store one day
For painted, enameled, and form by oil dr gglsts. Ask for it by "fool.ta ppeu"nd let "
had
1 he made a good bargain. Itwaabuta.daynrtwoV I the final moment before \ nconftciouyness to the drugrglst about
._ -leather...surfaces..._ __ _. however, before the full name "Gude's Pepto-Man-. touched her with Personally, I think It lilt handed t m a bottle
he traded his Campbell' propertyfor I gan."rtAdveftist( lritntryet --- - 'ht1t1n/r'tlaJ1d/ ; --- arreat.ihosealick_onet., : .. Prescription
Satisfaction guaranteed '
or mon- the Bronson house and lot located I doubt that she ever com- thorlties also- arrest that will help)'Ou.'
t.,. ey'back. Made in Kissimmee. on Ilughey street. Then he thoughthe taking perfect core of herself ond mitted a wrong; act. Her wished to get into the taken all of that one
had done a day's' work and con- I' possesing fine qualities 'that are still thoughts; were as pure as the someone else. a now woman. Now
S cluded to rest easy. But three hours dormant. There comes romance, and dew that touches the tips Of *. with thousands or
WILOiR later John McPhatter! who had put into this romance break the emotionsof the wings of the dainty hummingbird Something's' Been PledHarding' that Doctor Piercers
S STUDIO though the"other deals. sold the Bron- the lives -of other men who are as it kisses! the morning selection! cured me.-
I' son property. Consequently Mr. Foy is made: desperate by her charms. The blossom.! She saw beauty Of Saint : 67 Hampton St.
he is side the the As the lost little .Dr. Plcrce's Favorite
withput any property-although role is a severe test of the emotional upon every trees
the gainer of some cash. powers of any actress, and Miss growing 'crops', the rising. Spot to come tAssures ->. ( has made many .women
' 50c BOTTLE Mr. Foy contemplate closing out Compson is said to have executed it moon's red disc, the multitudinous us. of his them, healthy. Get
his Cedar Rapids holdings-when he th the greatest skill.\ rays from the sett'ng: Ability to be your nearest druggist: ,
will come to Kissimmee to locate-believing ---- -- sun. the quairt cloud formations. President of the or tablet form. Write
I that there is no better spotin FORD nAY MATS UIV.. MARCH IN I United States. *' Hotel In,Buffalo,

/ . .s USE SLOWS TO. the.state to make a home. --- Always jolly in her quiet way -Saint '. medical advice. '
",. V. NO MORE CHAUTAUQUASFOR she endeared/ herself to tho
For rapid healing there is nothing LAKE WALES FOLKS ninny with whom she came in. Yet I understand i
!L .' *WARD OFF PAIN like Liquid Borozone. It mends torn contact -- end formed friendships The president's ; FOR SAW t
-:-
? flesh heals cuts, burns or sores so Raising their right hands to heaventhe which have long continue Of Saint \ '
quickly no time is lost from work. members cf the Wotrian's Club ed. Wins merely
ONLY!
LITTLE daN grow JnNf big'pains Price, SOc, 60c, and $1.20. Sold bv of LakeValE's have "sworn off" on It is hard for me to write H.. sought! I< "
Warded off by an applica- J: Z. Roberson. .. lycrum course. Parenthetically the this tribute oat the hour when In some quarters 'corner_ lOOx
ii lion of Sloan's.
Rheumatism men of the town hnve taken abou' sorrow b"ars ni'e down as witha Where floating (' I White bungalow., Two
neuralgia, stiff joints, lame back won't4gbt
CLEVER BETTY COMPSON the in to chau- : the And A strong smell
lImp course regard heavy bhnlct't-yet upon Cement wallet
long against Sloan's Liniment.
HAS DELIGHTFUL LEAD tauquas. The reasons impelling them moth's-, who has ever been with Of dead, departed well. Land set to fruit.
f., For more than forty years Sloan'sI. I I are about the same nAmely the fart her does the blow bear down Was all -that house partly furnished.
... Liniment has'helped thousands, the One of the most unusual roles ever that both institutions want the local with even a greater weight.! The solemnity of Reason for selling-'
world over. You won't be an excep- seen in a moving picture is that pOl"trayed people-and this bv no means refers This .s the first sorrow that Presidential Bungalow. large
lion, It certainly does produce results. by Betty Compson new Par- to I.ak Wales alone, but to every has come upon the family- *. .* .
Ie penetrate,without rubbing. Keep amount star in her first starring $e- small town in the state--to assume and the mother is. to be the And Now If" Th' Mabbette Street
,, this old family friend always handy hide "At the End of the World," much the larger shire of the burden first considered; for it is upon Metropolitan Ki almmee. ,'{., ''
for instant use. Ask your neighbor.At whlicn will be seen at the Oasino: "for the good of the town" and are her, hs always with the mother, devote one full page ;<
all druggist*-3Sc. 70c, $1.40. next Friday. by no means willing to put their entertainments the pangs of yearning will fur- of knees-and there BROUGHTON',
Miss Compson is seen as "Cherry," on a competitive basis row the more deeply and la- trations which if '
Sloa the beautiful daughter of a broken like those of other amusement en- men tablv. columns of The "
down Englishman who runs a cafe terprises. Friends du-Hng these last few down the wrath of w: ;". BTBBDt. .$ V,

and gambling palace In Shanghai, I I months!, have been most kind, pleased with the & STEED fI
Liniment China. She grows up in the atmos- I Every man and boy in the Breahitt and rome have strongly endeared s'mother paper. The .
pbere of the gay resort, serving as County, Kentucky, volunteered for themselves to her who tions show Mildred \ .* C..a.el.n at .....
"lure for her father's establishment service when the World War came. has passed. from sight-as well ington "powdering __ PIvrMa
, ...... ali ..... ....
- -- ---c-- _==-- .= as '.o those who remain. Her knees; Alice Laidlaw "
II. -' --- .
...._ .... ,
spirit: has passed from the formin "hand-painting; l V- .. .
+
,. - knees and
which w" knew and loved pretty ; : "
'_tt.s, her; but her thoughts, her of New York, O.'t',' '
word, her manners her gladsomt ly calves." Also (- .
>ne88, her gentleness, he" shown of Aileen & GARRETT'N; .
ways of expression, her quaint ton, down on her knees -. .

jests, her finn sense of 'honor, kitchen floor-or of and 12, 'Osceola'. Band. ,
all remain in memory. They Lippincott. of Building. '
cannotbe lost or forgotten her oldest kid across
even though grief may be as- knees and basting him .. ....' FLORIDA. ,
eunged. tion of his anatomy' I.'

.... Perhaps I should not write Nature for such nu' THOMPSON
a this at a moment when I am Is an impudent little ,-
J1Wot" ;;; borne * . :; yr sorrow-but it would please her tues is a large Director '- 1
'. to know that I gave evidencein matter-of which the KlaaUllill'f
print "in my column" as sample: AND _
.. she termed It-to these wordsin Now besides '
.r.- proof of the love I bore for knees with a EMBALMER, _
her; even though it was her also enhance their ; ,
wish that no' outward acts or applying a beauty :Cbapel.Si.waity.*.-
.- change in 'my daily duties and there It may I ... FLORIDA '
: 4 ,ho'j1d indicate the inner sore crescent shape;
(.row felt; Shi remarked: "Py.I .'" ways .' charming, ftr .
ing'; is. like' moving -- only you' but 'n tiny black rl"Reid
have -nothing to pack. Poppy, invariably lure thft b l Co.

sjr1\ ib how mush better that I go than direction! But rut .
\ that yOU go and you know care. Don't '
that. I love youf" trnctfonNever
W. L. THORNDYKE. of reasoning that if '

two will be better.. N &
art is ruined.It
\ i is the one
He's Sure A Dead One -
ODD T Without showing sarcasm, little guiles thc- -
eye. '
Or trying to he vindictive, stands unrivalled J r .. _
I'd like to
say
rate flesh pink of '
Of the boy who) refuses achieves ,A SPECIALTY. ALL f
your
To mind his motherAt
,. drawn all ;eyes to '
any and'flltime\ !! ing knees. 'flSIL 'WINDOW AND: :
And doesn't always
Now with dimples AND
Talk nice to her )IES., \WINDOW a

That God wasted mud ___ -for ty spots ImaaInlnathat you may 'SCREENS
When lie made him.
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the care you need *
*\ *
Yassum. knees. ,One ) .---::...7 "C"?
I thank you.
How about
your
* *
You must nbt limit 'Umatet Darling- '
Yet It's A Fact removing the shine <
If it wasn't f'r the fact of being nose. Your knee* '.Streets, Klsftmme '
sneered at and called a durned snick-. be powdered. '!

ersnite or something like that I'd say So take an extra .,
that two of the most celebrated cases powder with '
COMPLETELY EQUIPPEDr. of modern history commenced to be contemplating you a :to4p.m? 7t .9pJn.' ;
\ heard'on Monday. But if I did everyone shopping or are :
Q. B. TOLEDO I would say: "Oh, yes; Arthur Main street. Your '
Donegan and Fatty Arbuckle! Then become shiny. I '
# the beans would all be spilled ov.er immediately have COLLEGE '

again. powder puff ,
your - -
." ly dab them with and Farmers Bank '
.. .. I \ \ as ,
.- ,' :\, J. -x S Yes Why Not? chalance as you Kissimmee,. Florida' ;
:J" While pledges arc being secured ..powdering your
t. isS from prospective candidates for the its application

..' ...,"':.:... .. legislature why not secure pledges furore, for of
..". \ S that the man, if elected, will makeit got to pause and ; ,(MacOLASIIAN Principal
: offense to allow to apply the .
.,.. STa a penal "flying Department'_
.. .. squadrons" of any sort, nature, or may elevate your f
:;)/. .
. sex, to worry the public by fooling your knee so that C. E. HILTON.
.. ... erround Florida T The flying squadron vanish for a- '
+VRINi ,.DO *-- C00An TL1t 00 of the public school examiners delicately duet the 'and Typewriting

.. _, __u_ .. spends enough money each year to face of your knee. ---t- *
.---, make presentable many miles of Now, plainly ::- .
roads that are now unpresentable. toe-any fair-minded '
But so it goes. Four in each five of man if that isn't all 1oir1i "Seeretaria

GREATEST the people registered at high-class phule slush Thank I Work.
hotels are getting their pay from the you'd say so. Amen.

.. state or the government. Yassum.
AUTOMOBILE VALUE'I Watch your children ;
, '
TELEPHONE It81 of worms. They
and breed sickness. '

AMERICA ORLANDO MARBLE COMPANYR. Cream and restores Vermifuge.health It ,r

1... 'BERRY Manager 35c. Sold by J. Z. f

, NEW SMYRNA dnjt your order f*e
shingles' .laUC
,
LUPFER PRATHER. : Afl Kids of Grant and Marble For Kigaimniee is -going- send as your j'list

; a Klaus., .. Florida ,.....,.tal aid Balding Work owner Day" on of.Saturday a "Lizzie", i. .. gu. r,Our n prices and.am.MUed

. Kissimmee on that promptly) 1
; o .
promised a "rattling" ,
Hay. our representative call 'on yon number of prizes Will : lumber' ,Coflfijft ;

C with dealgna and sampl,n. Ford owners for:, "

New Smyrna Brees. t't FLORIDA. '

-. .. Itl West Pin. BL Orlando Pia.I ,.KB FORD DAT IN I I
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i FOUR !r THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. MARCH 17, 1922 '+; ,

F .
ADVERTISING THE ENTIRE STATE '

KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE .. F

., IT has been very;, 'well proven tint certain section: ATTENTIONFord '
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'rUBIJ8IIKI: > EVERT!: VK1I>AY of Florida will never receive; their just quota of publicity P. A S I INU '

:. BY TUB KI8H1MMK1H: VA1A.IBY \ZRTTJ3 COMPANY if the matter shall be left up to those several communities -

k I __ K188IMMBK.. FLORIDA ; and, while it be, but and fair for those ,c: tie, : 0'
r _Y.. and counties which have the enterprise and the pluck ; Owners
W, U. ,,HAJIRia. 'i'rr.ldantfl.
and persistence to make their own appropriation THE'ATREWEDNfSDAY
O. VANS: AONKW, tc..tar''" .
W. I* THOHNIIYKp.'; Kdltot\ and spend (the money in a conservative manner to object ,.. ,
-- --' -- : tog being farther taxed: ,; there seems jo remain' no '
"111'0. .al'.I1 .' The Independent'Grocuy ard THURSDAY MARCH 22'and 23 .
' s One t< One Copy, BIX WontlH-j._. __.__.___...-....,- 1,OflQn By legislative enactment some yean ago there was -?
'. -.i Copy"_, ThiHo MomhaICnleieiJ -.-.__-_........-*-.-_------..,_.._..-y_--- -:60 given the right to cities and counties to make a levy ofa -UOB-

If- ** ( it Hio T'nioM at Klmilmiiioa, FI"rl.I' small amount "for publicity ", Such levies '
e a.. n<*condInn* matts.r.a purposes. The pixie Highway 1 I
------ ---. are made; but in 10 many cases are the sums collected '

All cuiiiniunUHtloMN except from autliurlxid Ir".solld'i diverted to other purposes that the matter hat becomebut .- : I rJTl'I I : .
"eats Must li<1 nlun,' . a farce. It becomes an added burden-very light ,
< l' it is the and he has the See Us.I' .
-- -. --- --- ---,- ------ - true--on tax-payer; pleasure of Stopand .

For.lsa. A4r.rtlslns R pra..urwti seeing the sums collected by this small millage used for ,..
!!L',AMERICAN PRESS: ASSOCIATIOM J far from the "p bljt: contemplated
J S ''- ---"" purposes very
- - -' when the became law.
I r measure a I
FRIDAY, MARCH 17-j'922 There is now but one way. it would seem, for some I' Inspect Our Goods "

iCHIROGfiAI'HY OF CANDIDATE CONFUSING of the counties 10 secure publicity worth the while--and I > OOL'SARADISE.. -

__ thai 1 is' 10 make a one-mill-levy, and then let the'state'

I --- make a contract with such a firm as the Thomas Adver I I ridge '
GREAT men have a fad of persisting' in a penmanship -
tising Service to devise advertising to the entire
coyer:
that ii perplexing Horace Greeley was one of I hone I '
and that where it would do A'
slate- place publicity the
--
whose"penmanship could not be read by the( writer; Henry '.
most good. Such cities and counties as might desire
Waterson, that of the Louisville CourierJournal llNDEPENDENTGROCERY
great man
than could I lie in that .
more publicity gained way could
tr-e.-but..ulitorial'| the
another > < ever on
;;
h arrange O add the sums they might raise for that purpose DeMILLEPRODUCTION '
West Palm Beach Pout was another; E. G. Vans Agnew CECIL B. ;
to the amount turned by the
comelTru.1 over date-making
of The Gazelle, is a close fourth ; and now .
i' .tan G. Futch, of Leesburg. as a noted fifth. That ;-si!! the entire division upon a prorata basis--and thereby i .
secure a larger amount of the advertising which would
'why The Gazette mentioned him last week ail"Thurman"1r i
redound their credit.
when it should have been -"Truman"but the linotyper"is to I :
But unless the raised For in the
sums publicity various EMMETT STREET .
mind-reader. Mr. Tutch. attorney
: ,
as an '
prominent
,; no
counties and cities shall be Used! and devoted
and as a man straight in all he undertakes, promises toe en-I -
judiciously and intensely the of I
tirely, lo purpose
take writing.le sonl by the absent treatment as soon
up .
Was the intention of the
y' licityas original
he shall have been elected to the of prosecuting measure--
as position
for this district. This ,explanation is due the collecting of the amount, no matter how insignificant I Paramount; Picture _
attorney ,. ,
]1 1L
is unjust, unfair, and non-useful. I POLITICAL COLUMN .
+' Mr. Futch for the blunder in his name and the matter I : i t
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ar' which appeared under his photograph in recent issues of -- "

li The Gazette will explain to the voters of this district hi' I NO one can cheat you out of ultimate succes but : '

fitness for the which he seeks. yourself.-Emerson. I KOH HT41H ATTOUMK1I
........position. ....... I ... .
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e"lIdt'
1----------------- : am a for State Attorue' ,'

UNMASKED MEN SELECT I .SAD DEATH OF MOTHER I I for Florida the Seventeenth to succeed m ludlclal>seer,, In Circuit the der-or I"

VICTIM FOR FEATHERS SCHOOL NOTES LEAVES TWO CHILDREN !'' ocr'atlc you primary faithfullylth June 6, 1922 your I hR"P'R.I endoiBomont I I I

LAST FRIDAY EVENING I II I I will continue to efftclont.
ui Senior Afrs. Camille Morrison: Butler wife 1 h. ptoinptly. and uprightly dl <'hnr/ othe

:..Ye The sight of a man last Friday; Camp I of B. S. Butler and daughter of Mrs I,' such trust talents you have and given exp me.uriencr devotlndell as I
A. J:. Morrison, of 804 Aderhold .. to sustalningand.nforcingthe AD1i1ISSiQNCHILDREN i i
night between the hours of "ton and Have voj ever been on a camping Pew : '
street, died after long: suffering Wed and protertlnir the Inturritn <>fth-
wd eleven) -naked save for feathers" and trip with a bunch :af jolly (rood com nesday evening at eight o'clock. For stale and thu people of my circuit '
H.I|\ lnlt upon my rceord I ask and will 25c
sack around his loins-parading the panions? If so, you can partly niajrine nearly a year she libs been confined appreciate the support of the d<*m.>- ,

entire le'ilth of Broadway, turning how we Seniors felt last Friday to her bed with an incurable malady, and has
; .t the southern extremity, and returning : aftrenoon. The truth is we were go tuffered several operations. I lf>SKPH II JON13H; \
Death was not unexpected.! dl,. Ploy, td .
ui :iI
+ : to the staitirg point, attracted for week-end at Lake .. These Prices Include Ww Tax
i i' g (camping i Two-little gills Katherine, aged --- '
f the attention of all who happened Conwsy. With skips and jumps and SIX and one-half, and Dorothea, three l-'or RuNrvtYar .1 araldratlo.- I
to be that thoroughfare, which in- thrills of excitement we riled and f
F, on many one-half, were left motherless Ilrraent inn-iu" to the tot.rrs in
.eluded a onsiderablc crowd listening I into three cars, where we were almost and the mother and husband. were I thoxlune'1 primary is candidate for ,
music at cafe. No provisions, blankets noniinntlon to the ofnco of xupi rvlsorol
j1 to Jazz Duyson's buried among:>> our bereaved. Miss Morrison was marI I l..tr"tlon-.ubJ..t to the '-- -' -- -
one accompanied the walker-and a I and other camping paraphernalia, vied in Kissimmee. but eX\H..a.'
spent most of I nlon of *he voters that prlrnirxKoi 0.oooooo..0.ooooo..o..0000.00.0.0.SEE .
t silence everywhere. started for the lake. Cun .Ilh'a'. lx> chat, Ot00004.0.0tto
stolid was and off we her married life in Jessup Georgia: Mixtrcn years rn
; ., The man was W. E. Allen, who hash j you believe that we arrived without Funeral services were held from 'j man of the county school board-and
b -a night shift at the teleg-epitkeval any kind of accident? Well, we real- the home Thursday afternoon th I' am herewith who had thanking such bel"|iuf mv In ynanvfrUnda ni<- THE BIG NEW LI NIEI (OF
>- 'the Atlantic Coast Line station When ly did. Then -.me the tiresome task body being prepared by the ThOmlt. alilllty If nominated tor t.io: po..itlonof
he reached the termination of his patrol I of getting l up the tent, storing away j son Undertaking Parlors, and were' Bupvrvlsor 1 of registration that of service U.coola -
I county promise my
he was mot by members of his the provisions and preparing "1Irper.: officiated over by Rev. L. II. Kirkby,, will, bt- just aa thorough OB In the position .
GOODSAt
:r ,family who carried him home and I Everyone joined in, though, Rev. W. H. Drench. The de. 1 I beer no Ionic held. I shall RP; .SPRING
proceeded to allay the pain he was fore long all of the work was done I ceased had been a member of the rii rreclute<-ndt.. the support of my many
,
u ufferinr._ j I I0 and supper wan ready with everyone Episcopal church some fifteen eara |I \vk'or <' n.'\I'R.' 1
\ "-''"U6 reason was vouchsafed for their ."literally -!tarvin ." Our motto was: The floral tributes were magmficentnnd ] . .. /
'actlonbut rumors are rife that he."was I'"Eyery man for l himself," so we soon I- the funeral was largely I' SurrrTlsar!! of Be lii r lo --', The--

told, by those. who called him had supper cleared away. Then we I tended. Interment was made at at-I' I hrlcity announce m)'utlf a cfttidldite ,,
.from his duties at the station, and gathered :around thc campfire and hill cemetery, for the offloW of Mup..rvh.or of '
'who told him they were members of told stories which sent shlye.ru down ]I to rosrli the tratMTi nillon of of ctHt-eolu the democratic counts, subject prl & 10c 1 StoreGINGHAMS
,,the). Ku Klux Klan, that it was bet't our backs. Later in the evening soniS LOCAL POSTMASTERSHIPSTILL "nary Your vote and support will l>euppri People's 5c t

.cause of various potions which had friend "dropped in" to see how eve I HANGING FIRE ciatetl, << W 41RIKKIN <.
1 been noted regarding him for some |I were faring. After they left we retired I

:time-:..and the rumors also say that early 4 two winter visitors a Mr.-and Mrs. I I8te were so excited" and happv and the men of high standing this week' COUNTY COURT OPENS.

1 le, were "given a stated number moon was so bright and beautiful I again brings; to the public attention I I (Contlni ,"1 -from" Tan One) nice line at .per yard from I5c to-

of hours 'In"which" to leave the city. that we lid not fco to sleep until and almost the fact that no appointment has as J. L. Bartlett; uttering worthless PERCALES fine assortment of patterns, per yard____________22c
have departed. at day break
It. apparent they' dav. Werose yet been officially made and confirmed ;
,rc Mr. Alien said that he had received such a breakfast and such appetiteswe I fo rthe Kissimmc-e postoffice. che k. ROMPER CLOTH nice assortment, per yard__--___"___..___,_29c

.u '',ao notification otic any sort that any had! No breakfast ever clearedup tasted Among the visitors was J. G. Ya I Bruce L. 'C, Driggs forterj;;; the the same same. , SHEETING Pepperell.''half-bleached. 9-4. per yard,,..........._.._6Sc
d lobe taken against j
proceedings were ; ; HO good! After-breakfast we den, whd 2s chief examiner-who is '
ht him, and that when a body of strang- camp, read, hiked and went for a understood to carry weight of opine F, C Thrasher; .running1, truck SHEETING. Pepperell. bleached 9-4 width: per ,yard i,_:_..,,..,7Sc

,' ;t 4 ;en came to him when he was at work : swim in the lake. The water was ion which will usually settle matters without license.Wildman ,embezzlement.': "S : MUSLIN. Bleached and Unbleached, from; per'yard'15c!' to_:__,2Se .
J Ernest
.and called him out he had no idea J, fine-so cool and nice. After a good appointments. Other wore I| ;
.4 regarding
it. ? :what was.wanted. lie was told to enter dinner we settled dawn for our afternoon here conjunction with him, it is I Nolle prossed. FINE LASTEX. for baby dresses, per yard__:::._ ____:________25e

-::...."f..' an automobile- but replied that naps. Almost eleven o'clockwe reported, and many inquiries were Ernest ..sed.Wildman, petit larceny. TISSUE GINGHAMS, fine assortment, per yard 45c to________60c
'N. could 'not leave his position to which consisted of made about the relative to the Nolle pro
which: remark he'navs' he was told' the ate best our chicken supper pi'nu ever cooked local opinions!! held city regarding the several Joe Carpenter Nettler ; keeping petit larceny child from ORGANDIES, various colors per yard-----n.____ .__. -_ _SOc .1'

,that the work would be looked after. and other things which go with pil/11J.1 applicants. school Isaac ; DELCO CHAMBRAY for shirts per yard____ .__ _. __ -- __ _-__25c

<;;blindfolded f hours After sitting entertaining nrounl each the other f fire for we two retied to MISH be assured Derbyshire of her although ultimate believed ap- Berry school.Padgett: keeping child out I INDIAN HEAD LINEN best quality, per yard____.____--:_____35c :t

sh 'Orlando, when the car turned off the to our blankets and before l the pointment was named as acting post of Oscar Cook operutinj car without TABLE DAMASK, per yard U___"______ _______ .____J_____65c

I j f" road lIe was the beaten, painted roof night was over the boys the girls were ( up? ) |I j master, and the matter of is appointingthe in license. ; ( I PILLOW TUBING, per yard __ ______ ___i ____ _-____.: ___ ___40c Xi
2 with what was apparently a feeding the fire to keep official postmaster as yet car without

I.t; ..... paint,. and the 'feathers applied. Her from "freezing." We rose with the i escrow. The officials interviewedscores license.J. S Little Nolle; prossed operating: PILLOW SLIPS readymade, each ___ _________________-__35c

/, ..was brought back without a blindfold distinguish sun and certainly enjoyed our second stroll !' of citizens-paying little heedto ,'' D. S. England; operating car tvitb- LINEN FINISH DISH-TOWLING, per yard___ ____-__ ____-__ _ISc
enabled to and it is expected
J4rq rand thereby was breakfast After a pleasant I' the applicants; license
the road. Upon reaching through the woods we once mire that an announcement will soon be out worthless check. t
,the city-or Broadv/iy-he was told packed our belongings and started! made as to who will serve the peopleof I E. Boyd; passing
VV. F. Grey transporting! liquor. Any article needed for the home be found at the People's5c
that he must march the street-which I for home. Our beds, felt nice that j''I_ KisRimmee dating the next term I 1 bond; of $100 was declared may
;:i' .. ,he did. For that one night he was absent night--yet not so nice but what weal as a' regularly appointed postmaster! Appearance forfeited and clerk was ordered to and lOc Store. See the nice line of Children's'Socks. See the

t ., from Ms .shift but has since'been'at planned to gt camping every HEATHEN" HATE issue an alias capias for defendent. fine line of Ladies' Summer Underwear; also the fine line of Men' .
.his post lie says he recognized chance we have--and to stay longer CHINESE
ifc-I-* lion, of those who engaged m if possible. TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED WERE BOUND OVER FOR Pants at $1.95 the pair.. .

'the work ....
ENTERING ---
The action was the topic (of conversation Athletics I Lionel Barrymore is through with 1 1I I BREAKING AND -
't '
:,rr J on Saturday.-and many views interest takenin I making pictures in Chinatown. He I II I Honorable J. H. Jones, state's attorney _
Because of the keen to = PEOPLESS ====
the the Chinese object
"" upholding heard that '
were expressed some had
.f "" ; the studentsthe I was in Kissimmee on Fridayto
"';\ r..,, ,action-and others everrhwrong atheletics this year: by has decidedto having: their photographs taken and attend the preliminary before
cover Association
'there law to Atheletic he knows it. h .r. Barrymore is three
: was now Judfre T. L. Gomer in which
.rfi ;where there was evidence of wronjrthe ; II give rewards to all the partici. the featured player in "Boomerang Chester Walder- 5c & 1Oc STORE
letter I Roy Taylor,
reward will be a men-
should be sought pants The Paramount-Cosmopolitan picture .
.) aid of the courts of Bill, a : and William A Lange, were ac
'' ,to: correct: any abu.... I,''atheletics a different entered.shape for The each basketball type I which will be presented underworld at the I man cused of breaking end entering( the'Dixie ; BROADWAY KISSIMMEEINSURANCE
Casino Tuesday It is an Cloud
t} be given first as auto repair shop at Saint
HOW. KISSIMMEE HELPS letters wjll probably .story and several of the scenes are March 2. The accused
and we Thursday
-i!! THE TRIBUNE OF TAMPA the have seasons had extra-fine already teams over this as year, laid in Chinatown. that they will Ion were bound over to appear before the .OOOOOO.OO.O..OOO..OOOO..O OO .O ..OOOO.O..OOOO
Chinese believe
+:: : ALSO VARIOUS HOTELS I I we hope, by giving letters, to boost I lose Many their souls if t.hey'are photographed next term of the circuit court.--- -
1 atheletics in the O. H. S. a great deal.A setup
from the Tuesday so when the cameraman I
\ These ;Items are .. P400040040
to
anyone
.;",,. 'Ttdltlon! of the Tamnn 'Tribune-: 1 letter will be given th +time his apparatus and began grinding
;: 1 Mr and Mrs. H. W. Stalker, of Or- playing one full game Later or letters I a volley of bricks and bottles came
kr k visitors in Tampa yester- equivalent to a game. from the surrounding roofs. BASSCONSTRUCTION
+ loywere and
for track, baseball, .
motoring with Mr and will be given : The director ordered a speedy retreat l
:1:1: day, over I and we hope O. H. S. will the word
swimming but
; Mrs. 'V. W. Edwards, of Kissimmee record in all these events I[ to'the next street,
make a fine there and anothervolley
had been passed
\, ':;" The prol.lpero--d;; ;; raipdly !irrowi I 1 I as she did in basketball. greeted the company. Players, COMPANY THAT PROTECTSSERVICE '

"'$4 ling KUsimmee section was represent TAFT I cameraman and director then rushed
t-i.ti1d? In Tampa yesterday by G. I'Xribbs' MAN KILLED NEAR to their automobiles and left China- -
: and S. B. Aultman. WHEN CAR STRUCK SANDA. town.
1 went on, just the PHONE 117
c4-M: : "Miller; 'ofKisslmme*; spent I G "Fambro of Anburn,-Georgia,, t lame But for the at picture tine studiof-ef Cosmopolitan . .-. THAT SATISFIES

w,7:, fr-'everal !hours in Tampa yesterday was injured so severely Saturday afternoon Productions a setting was built .
f*shaking hands with friends and look'L' near Taft, when the big Hudson reproducing to the smallest detail a PracticalContractors

:,, f;trig over the busbies situation. I driven by D. 1,. Shackleford. overturned section of New York's Chinatown. and Builders LUPfERS' INSURANCE AGENCYEiSELSTEIN
that he rfi*<1 in an Orlando .
'. it";71L'Btanley' Bullork, one of KlssimTwvee'i hospital an hour later. The driver Chritt's Church Fact
business of .oooo..o.oo.oo.o..oo..o.oo .o o.o..o..o o..oo..o
: representative men was not Injured. ,
',Spent" yesterday In Tampa looking Reports say that the Hudson was An appropriate sign was placed in
-t the business situation and ming cutting off about fifty miles an bout position Tuesday on the front of the Structures of All Kinds '

...: f:fa'.with his many friends. when a signal from the rear caused church building. Electrically lighted, to. o..o..o..oo.
..",.:1, the big car to turn on to the shoulders it flashes out the Ooepel message.C. -
and
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The prosperous progressive which are in a frightful condi E. Putnam delivered a helpful WOOD, BRICK, STONE, STEEL, BROTHERS
;,'c'< iMlmmee section was represented tion. In place of cutting down to a message in a recent meeting, during
;;;1., 4 Tampa' yesterday by Henry several 0, medium speed the car took the shoulders ,the absence of Rev. and Mrs.. Walker STUCCO I FUNERAL DIRECTORS I.I.I

t'J*::>' In looking,"who intends over the to business spend situautd so swiftly that the driver lost In Tampa. received -. Perfect Service-Motor Equipment
I books -
.renewing old friendships. control of the wheel. I' The inspirational 'song excellent, Paiatiaf, Tintiaj, Paper-Haafiac 403 Broadway, Comer Sproule. Phone 218. KISSIMMEE
,.." . ......- There are very few mile of road from Chicago are .
'.. P UW rdllrof the Kissimmefl I in this section of the country: whereit I and apparently too popular with a Everything U tilt Boilduf Line .. .000..00000.000000000.00..0000..00.0..0000".0000.GAZETTE .
Gasette-meehanieal X expert pareaee is safe to take the shoulders at a !few individuals, ai some copies are .
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and :pr.rllnl tyopgraphistm faster speed than ten or fifteen miles 1 "missing. N. F .BASS JACK BASS
the week-end and some where it is the safer to Rev Walker and co-laborer. Rev. ,
t .peer and,,while spent the turn- out and remain still till the road Smith- have been Invited to conduct 322 Royal St. 515 Sproule Ave. "WANT ADS" ARE WINNERS
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Tampa aD ap here.lpaid .HtaacompaG1e4 I. clear; and people'are slowly, learn the large campmeeting at Durant. in ; .

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IRK, KtSSUQIEE_YAUET; GAZETTE, FIPAT. MARCH 17, 1m .,

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-t. dised.'suffering from any''earl of ski AFTER YEAR OF:ILLNESS LEAVE FOR MICHIGAN HOME. "

ases try Reid's Baths.: 40-tfe MISS THORNDYKE. PASSES '
iz Mir and Mrs. E. E. Gallagher 'ani.
: LOCAL. Miss GUdys'Caaler, ,daughter''Of ,--' N :
daughter, who have' been spending CAS' 0' ,..
Mr.and JUrs.M., D.'Gaoler of >}ermu- OIt'dC; Thursday morning at five their first winter in KI.almmeha.e .. :
: da avenue? spent the latter part of o'clock, nt her late residence 321 ing apartments above the office of RE ,
LOOK77S the,week, with friends in Orlando. Brack street, WyJena! Alyce Thorn The Gazette-left early Tuesday
: ( ; dyke. For the Miss !
t Build up your, system and feel fine dyke has bran) past victim year.of heart TVrn-disease I morning: by car for, their home h
a i
all the time by taking Tanlae. Central . added to dropsynd the best Jackson, Michigan although they MARCH 20
-- MONDAY
Drug Store. of medical skill could effect no cure will pause a few weeks at Mr. Gallagher's ,
, 1> If' suffering from rheumatism try Wanted: clean cotton rags; not The body was taken charge b? old home in Shelbyville; Ten ,* _
' .o .Veld's: Baths 40-tfe merely trimmings 'or strings-: ut docent Thompson Undertaking Parlors; and neasce. great express themselves .J

: i>r. W, E. Rice, of Stamford, stuff to use for washing roller the remains wen. embalmed by MM. basing enjoyed Kisslmmeo '
; t AT necticut, has bern guest: of Dr., and presses and wiping bearinvR. Gladys M. Foster, who was one of and the '.nany trips they have takento Margery Wilson
. : Mrs. R,"U, Minnick. *. Cln-1,Bring "em- along to the of Ace" of Tho the warmest friends of the' young points and In those both who the have, east learned and weatcoasts to > *
L Gazette.Kissimmde.. 14-tfx --AND-
The will\ remain at the
woman. body
Dr. O' L. Buckmntter know ,
them for their'
MlM hope early re
;' Saint'Cloud. Office .in Conn bla Mrs' M.' D.'Ca.fer.' of Bermuda'' avenue -1 undertaking parlovs-until noon today, turn.' .- .
** 13-tf has been spending: the "week ..t and in the afternoon will be taken *>v Jack LivingstonStarred
Special OfferGoodyear '' I Jacksonville-where she was guest of the parents lo Cincinnati where cremation MINT HAY, "*TI'HI'' /"". III"R'U. .
Born) In 'their apartments abo'7tlthd the family of her eon, Mr. and Mrs, which was the desire of the U. y
office, cf The GazetteSundlY '
easier. deceased, will take pla e. Services '


"nett March listless, Why, a 12.when mop on, -to"Joe.Mr health around"and and,Mrs..t.half-strength sick A.:"Ben-..and are aft family Harper'The Main occopant,,handsome of street Wauchula-R;.'at L."Woodal No.Southerland, having IK! bungalowon now leased ftnd had !i I.I one-thirty will nett. The'\:,be whole conducted sharp heart, by for,Rev ten,of. R minutes Kissimmoe. 'P; Ho at

for the Take Tanlae.
asking
yours the The are spread out to the parents thus bereaved .
"' newcomers
premises.
t0 Central Drug Store. of an only daughter-and ft- .
mp delighted,with the locution: ,and G tne rA..LLinfL.JlL.GmctUie - -- _.
City tax U uVn will clone'Saturday, Jth thecItyT lrj'' -' mpKi wsw extended 110 a-wa T' -
April 1. Pay now and avoid the pen-, that ,will never be forgotten and will -
at' Fish Lake Park, midway and Vegetable Tke 5th EpiaocIe'.f"NAN
Stop
be c
alty. J. R. Gilbert,-elty clerk, 12-6t ever appreciated.
between KJssimmee and Saint Cloud,;I : OF THE NORTH"Starring
.. Rain Coat L. R. Deny, manager of the Orlando for gas, oils, cold thinks, cigars, etc. ANOTHER VERSION OFTUCKERPURDY .
Marble 'Company, was in Kis- 12tfIt .

t.,, simmoe matters of on business.Wednesday looking after is now the open season for candidates I EPISODEIt [fRff DnWfRl[ ANN LITTLE

for supervisor of registration thtJ. L. Tucker who'j ,. .
appears -
Bad debts collected! or no Results '
pay. although it is against the law to
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moved Lakeland three week
'n guaranteed. J. M. Willson. district discharge firearms within the city j to ago Phone 102 -'MibbettuStreer -':::*
from Klssimmre, opening a retail and
$3,98 manager. 15-tfc I SKill POND DAY IN KIMtMMKlTr
limits. The candidates claiming!
,
::1" ere wholesale fish_"store, had made ,a contract yx
James E. ("Dnd") Montgomerywegt'to exemptions under the bird sanctuary I -
with L. H. Pcddy to supply,him -
Tampa early! in'the week ala ,rulings. I t I with fish. A falling-out occurred to VAH
witness in re Arthur: E. Donegan.It Mlas Wilma Wl1 nn' has !been called ))- !which there are the usual two sides,
( was understood t he: was summoned! from Cocoa Kipsimmee because and Mr Peddy haJ Mr. Tucker arrested i Y
With ,$10 Grocery Order by the defense. of the serious illness of her hrothe' clainairie that he had sold hima r ,'t.

", I City tax books will 10se i Saturday, 1. C. Mount: ona cf -the energetic,( quart of whlllkey and that he had .
(Not Feed) April 1. Pay now and avoid the pen- I I citizens of West Palm Beach who .twenty-seven' quarts of whiskey ii /1-'
alty. J. R. Gilbert, city clerk. 12-5t has been advertising; the Sundance 'real whiskey buried in the woods, _
. Mrs. Charlotte Downey will hold j I I I and American Legion on the went three and a half mileo from Lakeland.The Lyles-V.Stor-y[, Company
her second session of 'dancing schou',1at {, coaltfor'full] week*, was in KUsimmee - buriedtreaMure'Wa.d redr
Downing hall t.'MorrOW-1n spit,,,I on :Saturday! enroute back to but at the trial, Mr. Tucker claimedIt
SATURDAY of the fact that It will be Ford Day. i his home city-hi order to be "in at was the property of Mr. Peddy, another -
She is highly praised in her work. the start" when the celebrations' com witness testifying that Mr.
; menced. | Peddy had claimed ownership of it. .
; I Wanted Oof thousand customers i
to buy a pair at nhce*. at less!. ,than i iI 'Try DuPont's Automobile Repair I When all the testimony was in, and t ?
MARCH 18 I manufacturer's cost KIHslmmee ing. 110 Emmett street Phone 77.14.tf. I the attorneys had presented their arguments FORD DAYSPECIALS :
Mc.I''I'I
I cantile Company, 119 Broadway: the dvfendent was found ; ,
I I as noted. Edwin Spencer, Jr., attor. !
-Aa Long Aa They Last '
Mrs Gladys M. Foster, (formerly : The commissioners of Osceola coun ney for the defence states that the
Mrs. AT ford) has returned ty are contemplating accepting thi cane will lie appealed.-Lakeland Tel
from her visit at Tampa and Saint invitation of the Tampa Board of l I egram.
and it Is that which calls for the of
Petersburg, possible Trade, presence '
( Tbis Looks Too Good to Be !I she will "e-open her beauty parlors the entire board on Tuesday, Wednesdav CORRECTING IMPRESSION I
/ in Klssinvmee If she can And a suitable and Thursday May 9. 10. and :
4- SENT OUT ON "FORD DAY"By I
location. 11.i There is expected tobe_ furnisli- ,
True- Try the Park Hotel Tea Room,led a rare program of rood! things way of correcting- a false Im- I n .
chicken dinner, 75c. Park land some business matters which will ression that may have been given :
Hotel
.
Tea Room, corner Broadway be of importance.
from a former notice of the Ford
But You CM Exawme the and Dakin. 14-It There is to be an excursion on the Day committee, the committee, upi I

C. If. Driggrers, acting chief of police Roseada Sunday afternion, leavingthe pointed by the KIsKimmee Chamber .
Goods asd. Get Them' has so far recovered from his dack at 2:30: and roturnini lit of Commerce desires to say that the I I IijWE' _
motorcycle accident; as to be able to 5:30. This promise. to be "i ,pleminj celebration is meant to be a gala day ) _
be on the street. He struck some affair -and a low price is TO 1 bo ihuiRd. : for Kissimmee and the surrounding'
Too- sand whUe riding south of Kissiramee Everyone is invitde. country. and is to be of equal interest WILL HAVE MANY SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR I.

several weeks. since and was Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thornton and and benefit' to every business enterprise FORD DAY. ON THIS PAGE WE MENTION fEW ':"
badly 'injured. young son left Kissimmee on Tuesdayfor of this section of the state '
-at-- The offices of Dr. W. L. Winn are a sojourn at Hot Springs, .Arkan The purpose is to bring together five OUR NEW SPRING GOODS ARE HERE AND WE ARE i
A from which point Mr. ThorntonwW thousand or more at ..Klasimmee -
new located only in <8aint! Cloud. : people \
Phone 122. Office nj.Oddf Fellows' be; assigned by the motion oicturt" to ret acquainted and enjoy 'the. ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW MERCHANDISE. IT coSnI I
12-tt. syndicate to some point in Tex- hospitality of a free harbecti *
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block. .
Mr. Thornton came to Kissim ROY A. WELLS. The Gift Shop, NOTHING TO LOOK. :S;:: ;
THE TAYLOR S The suggestion has been made that |as. '
VSTIJ\ merchants might get some : mee a few weeks ago to supplant H. CharimanE. )V
many .
seats made D. Aahford as manager of the Casino; D. KATZ, M. Katx's Sons.J. '
good publicity by having \
for the park-to be used especially I. when that was done there was made __ M.: WILLSON. 1 'Complete dock of Voiles Organdies, Sheeting*, Pillow: *'. ,

5 STORES I during the band concerts and placing another change. Cashier Merchants I. P.Sr TIMMONS.AuthorinH farmers Tubing Gingham Satin, Muslin and, Nainsook. :, .-r>. .,.
their announcements upon the backsof For one week we are offering ten liank'j -
I discount on our entire stork. i Ford ..
KISSIMMEE the renting placed. percent '
.:14'.,.. . .-... _..' I City tax books will dose Saturday, Don't miss these bargains. Klssim- ., W. L. THORNDYKE, Women' Buster Brown Silk Hose.Women's p.ir42'I.ot::: ," .
: # ; Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette. -
mee Mercantile Company. x
April 1. Pay now and avoid the pen-

, alty.,..J. JRr Gilbert, city clerk. 12-5t Willis boosters Powell and a party of in Lake Kis PROSECUTION DROPS I I Sport Coat, each____-_._._: ....__.17.50: .
Bring the county stopped over
in and
kevs-- open
your
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THE QUALITY MARKET lock. People's Five Cent and Ten simmee yesterday on their way home (Continued from rare One) 1 -

Cent Store Broadway. 14-It from Lakeland. Mr. Powell recently dieted by a special arrangement with New Suiting, per yard ,_.__.,__..__._____..50. and.7Se. .+\
tendered !his resignation as secretaryof
-tl (Now ardor. new aaaaafesaent). Mr. and Mrs. II. M.. Wells who the Lake County Chamber of Comm the district attorney did not appear I

>v. is still 'a "Cash and Carry Market" have had apartments: at 220 BeauImont for- _rce, immediately after which he but will be arraigned not later.guilty to all Flowers for your Hat bnncli.-__.. ..----:.._.::..: w.11Se
avenue, left on Wednesday received by wire an offer of $15,009 Donegan pleaded '
jgj ,' .: with d ,nice ,Cue e f Groceries added.' their home .in Eat Fairfield, Ver- to take the secretaryship .of the counts in all four indictments' -
", if ' You see what jreq are buyingandf mont. Mr. and Mrs. Wells are' well a the year Clearwater board of trade.. turned by the grand Jury The Indictment triedcontains Women's Summer, Knit Union Su **--in several ,':,..:..'.".";'f:' <, t
known in Klsllmmee--bavinlC' spent on which' he U now to be ::
>t"1: asutt be f pleated. a number of winters here. Ladies' dress shoes-extra ,nioo nine'counts and charges: hi TI styles----------V.A_.---,-.....:59ry;":Kc?; :and:Nt '.,
''' valuer'at regular price.-- now going and
I with the misappropriation embezzlement
SoKclted
Your P
sage Men's work shoe at half ricemakinlZ' half See Ki-i- '
at price. them'quick than 40-
in Kissimmee of slightly more $ May,. Talcum Powder .,.. .:...ltc
'DAVISManager two bargains one. simmee Mercantile Company, 111 000 of the Saint Cloud bank's note. -------?- ---- : I.1.
JOHN T. MercantileCompany, 119 Broad Broadway. x total
to; his own account. The amount

I way. x The barbecue committee has given of the funds involved in the four Indictments Best Gra4e Oil Cloth yard----_____-.. .;._--___-,. e ''i ,
I Rev. John Fulton, of HarrUburi, notice that there must be no stealinof is about $200,000, federal, I ', . ,
No. 14 Broadway KISSIMMEE Pennsylvania who is spending several the ments-as in frequently bee-i officials say. "'
days in Kl simmee, visiting MJ the custom. At the barbecue hcM! The defense won the first point nt I One lot Rugs _______------. -:.______. __--. -_.__....1.; .l :,i
'old, friend, H_ W. Meetch. will preach (several months ago just outside thi the hearing in fede'nl court Tuesday ..d

Willson & Aultman I ,, at morning the and Methodist evening.church Subject Sunday forI I city pounds limit of fine there barbecued wire hundreds meats grab of when abandonment the government of the indictment'n.firstcount. announced its O. N. T. Crochet Thread, all colors.___....r _,r...-...-.10<' ..c;i ,j '

I the evening service: "From Bar-room (Ibed off amt carried: home i.i. bulk--and I '.4.,iI
j, to- Pulpit." it is probable that five hundred families !- Failure of the prosecution to connect I
REAL ESTATE had 'rbecued meal for several its evidence with the specific!\ :
I I
Why bn'te at home when you can days. Such a practice will! not be charge in the count, and the challengeby I LOOK
.. send' in special orders for pies,cabs ,
l' tolerated tomorrow. the defense' counsel that the government
and hot oils, all of superior quality, I '
Ave. Kissimmee introduce .. ,
11 Darlington : Tea Room ? 14-lt Special millinery ale. Come and was attempting to .
'to the Perk Hotel
,
-.. --. see the wonderful line of hats wo I evidence on the first count in the In the small show case ia front of our store OBJ FORD f"
--- -- ---- valuer hearing of the second count, brought
have on display. Astonishing -
OtttOO..OO.OO'OOO.tOOtOoOOOO .O".OOtOOOOOO OOOO p for your money. Broadway'Millinery the announcement from United State I DAY and-ice what fare FORD-th. Idea-f : LeT tar1t. ; ; ;

Shop) ,No. 119 Broadway, four doors District Attorney William M. Gober. U to laugh
from poatoffice, Kissimmee. 14-11c Abandonment of the first1 count 0 'F..
J. T. Freeman, who comes from leaves eight others on which the '
Dollars with the government is seeking conviction. 'I 999 .
One Thousand Atlanta, where he has been .
motion picture syndicate for some S
3n.1has City tax books will close Saturday, 1 p
has arrived in Kissimmee
years, end avoid the ,
1.
April Pay now pen
taken charge ?f. the Casino. He
: alty. J. R. Gilbert, city clerk. 125tCASIN $5.00 Men's Palm Beach Trouseri in colors J' ,1 1
And. 65 Other Prizesfor comes well recommended as a _young pretty ..
man of ability-but it is possible that and tie belt grade of Palm Beach good, only $5.09' "
the of the city be. *
8j8, soon as people ti
,
come "hand-in-glove" with him he, /'oj
the I '
naming too, may be ordered to some distant O Men's Panama and Straw flats $3.O0$3.50&O0$6,00'69e
field and another may supplant him THEATRE '
The Casino Is running some splendid
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Michelin Tire Man attractions.If Men's Blue Work Shirts. These are real work shirts i sr 4'

you suffer from biliousness, constipation SATURDAY MARCH 25 and the regular value is 90c each. ,r ,

headache, nervousness, sallow _____ __ __ f t '
complexion, lost of appetite, bad V
*> taste in mouth Tunlac and Tanlac MEN I Look over our $ample Books for your new Spring **> w\ .

Vegetables Pills will certainly w Suit. We also carry a nice selection of suits in p
A WONDERFUL ( straighten you out Central Drug!
Store. stock. ,

OPPORTUNITY FOR C. M. Pratt, who was regarded su ...

jhe best artist in the line of auto- Fan from China, only ____ .________??____:___lOc ,?-j
EVERYBODYCOME painting in Central Florida has left tXL ) '
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Kissimmee to seek his fortune at &
other points. Ills headquarters above One lot Rugs, ry.good grade. Sold elsewhere for :

.._ .. IN- AND- LET- US .. Mach BrJthers* Garage have been \ 1 $2.00. out.price________98 and .$1.29. I
leased by Lockhart & Morway, and
TELL YOU ALL ABOUT IT. will be conducted under the name of ,1' .
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"Auto assert Paint that they end will the not newcomers only do- 1 1tITBINLR DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THIS STORE FORD. DAY AND .

.'r. as good: work as did Mr. Pratt but SEE SOMETHING NEW IN THE WAY OF A FORD.. 't
even excel his output. .The firm has 111771

We will give you an envelope! containing the_ simple been do-Zbut located believed for'some that time a better at Orlan business PRODUCTION? I :4E4YS

with helpful opening was tp be found in Kis- rvuurf "
this contest together suggestions
rules governing

and also a contest card which you may_us*' in sub. simmee.Wanted: clean cotton rags; not s K!'AL HAR.T v V. STORY & CO.Dry '

merely trimmings or strings-but decent KAN.G.ELAND ;

mitting names. stuff to use for washing rollers bAltiINo 4T08.Y or : j
r and presses and wiping bearing ; _IA4 OXTTta BAM,SJ .r Coeds, Clothlif., Finlskligs. aid Slots :
BAig 'em along to the' office of :The :
Gazette. Kissimmee. 14-tfx -ALSOHAROLDLLOYD- IISSIMHEE FLORIDA '

W. B. Makinson Co.iMiMMiMM -1'
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY,. _

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Modern conT.nl.ne.. L'furnishednt rot::
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The crocodile has gtzcard whichIt WILL HOLD PROPERTYAND ?h+ .
use to crush and 'grind large lumps PLANS BUILDING. [ ..
of food It take in sharp-edged stoqest _."- AGRICULTURAL POINTERS II
l help In the grinding process After .apendinseveral! weeks in 'WILLYS KNrGHT .!

... -- --- Klsdimmee and looking*ovec4tilacre-
which he bought some eleven .
age =
n tIEMSii1CHINGPECOiING f M I G years ago in Klssimmee Park W n. Citrus growers who are getting a .
home ....L...... a
Gross left on Sunday for his in flfRvy, grapefruit bloom at thla time .. :-
Louisville : contemplating g: should take the proper means. of con I :
@ making several stops enroute. MJK trolling citrus scab end melanose. A .
Gross is a firm believer in the future spray schedule: prepared by the gov. ... ..
NETTYE NEWTON of Kissimmee Park-'especially nowthat ernment pathologist III' as 'follows;: .
a large portion of it has changed Spray with ''lime-sulphur solution,one .
314 Mitchell Street Phone 308 hands; and expressed his desire toreturn to forty jPallonll'of water, in the ". sl t<
+. at an early moment, build a height of bloom to frevent infection -
nice home, and improve his entire on expanding leave ''and small fruit.. ,'<
holdings, and make this county hid Two weeks later follow with sam 1c\-\ . -
Is That Cold and home. spray for aame purpose. This spray* > :
S. :
'Is also best before the new growth ,I 'ti ,
On? I MAY BE A CHANGE tarts, but since th' l is too late now,, ; ,, w' _:
Cough Hanging I recommend the above spray for 1 Ir
I Kissimmee Is seriously considering' citrus scab grapefruit. ..
tl YOU will' be convinced that Dr. the proposition of going in for a city ( For melanoBe on another serous citi ,.
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New Discovery. docs just manager amt commission form of govTheVaUeyGazeUe.a : i run* disease, the following Is reenmndedTimc -
.. what i\IO\ meant to do-Hoolhca COUI! _4' ..-- few sfflrstapplication!!;
raw throats, congestion-tormented days declared that the matter 1.10 with -Ooordea Xm .
.,,, Nheste, I Inoscnt I the phlegm pack and j I ago I April xI j " ..
coming forwari rapidly, and the oil rT rTI .
was 1 to protect
breaks the obstinate cold I and) I tore, plus percent .... I . '
'' attack, relieve the grippe the 1 I partisans for this newmethod of young fruit For cccond spray, repeat -1 I' : )
conn'Mion
head. No harmful drugs, therefore-in town and city government were making ,I the Vcbove in May 1-10 for name.disease. 1 1I .
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headway. A mass meeting recently Asa word of caution, InIllecticidal I
for children as-well' as :
pond will notice gro'nul'lI."Right the j held at the chamber of commerce \ applications., must followI d.'
you .
change for the better. las a convincing showed a stretng sentiment in I I the use of bordeaux oil emulsion to ,
healing taste that will favor of change to the commission prevent serious scale injury. The N
\ you
..ap.I>lttJtc.:*! Buy,a bottle at any drug I.and manager: and in a short time: the !i regular May and fall spraying forinsects 1 '
gists on the way home to-night, 60C= change may be asthorized.FloridaGrower. would accomplish this. t
From now on through April, May
Dr. Kin and June, the grower must give special ,
4 'sNew KOHU" I AV, N'TIII11A%, :MAItfll IN" attention to the control of rust .
.mites. Spray 'when It is ne ded.atid :'
Discov ry MEMBERSHIP IS GROWING I not any old time just to be s rtying.i REDUCED -
For.Colds and Cou&Ks i Learn to look for tl.e rust mites,and I
Indianapolis. Sl urday. March I I when he makes.hia. waste 1
.. .. r appearance . .
j --Lazy- People- -, Lazy'-Bowels.- -Don't 4 108,000, American more Legion than on membership March 4, 1921.was j I no pher time.solution.in spraying with lirne-sul- I -- ---- -- TODAY TO -l.... ; '" I'' ;.' s
E neglect constipation. It undermines
New members have' joined at the I for information in getting the one
the health, takes all vim out of
I
3' rate of 6,000 a day since January 1. s, .
"vou. Dr. King's Pills will invigoratethe (percent oil emulsion, according; togovernment
syrotem.tir up the liver, move the These figures have been given outfrom formula, three gallons of '. ..'
, Legion headquarters to. refute 'foil emul ionin00 of bor'dl'aux
gallons -
'bowels. All druggtets,-25c. = ."
y GRIPE the statement that the organization mixture give it. .. i I t i
Dr.Kings is losing members because of its I I wish to further call your attention i. .
Pips stand on adjusted compensation
to the OseeoU\ Growers Co-op-
lerative Association which has recently
11 KK: POHIJ IMY IN Kt***11)IMI9r .
I $
applied for a chatter. At the present '
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time we have 165 members in the
a ...O..OO. .. OOO O OOOOOOOO.OOOOOOOOOO ,; O association and new members are I -.;

t coming in all the time. With the old
time pep and enthusiasm the members 1zce o7o
II Notice To Laundry Patrons have I expect to see this association -
:r grow and grow' and grow into
the the south.soundest grower? association in 1

I I have been.. talking strawberriesfor ., .
t OUR TRUCK WILL CALL AT EVERY HOUSE' IN KISSIMMEE this section and I believe the : 74/veArotor-fmpnn\3 ey With '1W

1 MONDAY MARCH 20 I berry business is our best. The slogan -
at the present is 200 acres of ,
; ; FOR LAUNDRY PACKAGES, AND WILL DELIVER THE SAME berries in the county for this coming l' '

ON WEDNESDAY I season. Yes, the Missionary is the "
variety, and I advise; you, Mr. Grower jk WONDERFUL CAR AT A WONDERFUL PRICE!
I to order your plants at once. Get .
FOUR SERVICES WEEKLY .
,them started in a suitable place so
MONDAY WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY you may grow all the plants you will
h' need this fall to transplant. From Sedan re l'cld 300 Coupe nJvuet '320
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1,000 to 2,000 plants set now will
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KELAND STEAM LAUNDRY amply supply the necessary plantsfor ro 'ZQ.9S' to .1875
: one acre. If you have never worked .
with berries be careful that you gTourinff rv&ved ISO Ttoattefcr nrfpcrt25
; R. A. SNYDER. Agent. Ido not plant too many the first year to '1375 to '1350tAll
; ;, ,R. IL Rutherford, Special Agent. Telephone 49 for it takes lots of labor to care for .
I y |one acr of bcrriei. Ask someone prices/"o.A 70t0 'I i
O""O"'OO'O'O""Ooo.oo 060d04P044PP04004s who has been working a small patch: :'Y I
i this winter. The growers associationhas I '
.,7- {I let the contract to build 25 pony

v _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I'I refrigerators berries 110 we may be northern able to
to the
ship our LUPFER & PRATHER
markets I when the markets so demand. -

r Kissimmee, Florida
"u ? If the farmers of our county wish
the best lesults, come together. Let's 4)r
I co-operate for mutual gains. The
Y e allies, had to co-operate to win the
war\ ; the railroads pull together and
I j keep up high rates, and many other
biir concerns co-operate to getre-
THE II L j
UNIVERSAL CAR ', I Itt sults. The farmers must do the same. K

Osceola Growers' .. _. .. .
Join the Coopera .- '' =- . --- -- --- -- -. '-- .-- '- ..
tive'' and put agriculture on a sure '.
11.' footing i in Osceola, 'county,,,' r .
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l' Cold settled in the muscle of the rr -- .
t $$348 neck, arms or shoulder makes every! :: ..... ""M
': I movement Use nallard'\ \.74
Y'/l' painful. I '" =='\. ..
Snow Liniment. It relieve the p.iinand t .
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P 1 \\\Q"j\ s C M. o. u. !i relaxes the muscles.! Three s zss, ... <(
:30\ (fiOc and $1.20. Sold hy.J. / .4 -- ,. .
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; h I .I '\, .::1'.'.......,..l'f...,,,".'J!\\.J !,ii' ADVERTISING( "FORD DAY" I II II t t'I t/ ,

: OVER AT TARPON SPRINGS.

Kissimmce will 'f.ut on a "..Ol'tI I-
\ Day" on Saturday, March 18,4.0 which
I every owner of a flivver! who resides,
withifi one hundred miles is invitedto
II come an-i bring, his steed. Over >
rti III fifty prizes have been donated for. (i "
I Fords I in the various classes. Prizesfor
the oldest, newest most knockedout i
il. I one with the moat mileage with
Tr I the oldest driver, youngest driver,
: 'with the most passengers, oldest couple ir
i in a Ford, etc.-Tarpon Springs
Leader. r

I Melbourne Drops Chautanqua

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There willbe no Chautauqua next Thu nfake'
nI v. -j yepr. as there were not a sufficient I
A Sound Investment number of our Veople who were willing
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to again guarantee the amount t
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necessary to pay. for the program for THE chief consideration In the creation of
another year.-Mel'curne; ;) Times.RUPTURTEXPERT J
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artistic home Is the
cozy, way you paint
WHERE can you spend $355 HERE and decorate It- .

transportation where SEELEY, MUCH SKILLED,

CALLED TO ORLANDO Let your home reflect your own taste by the '
your dollar will go as far as in the Ask For These Free "
I choice of correct and harmonious color effects. But i
F. H. Seeley, of Chicago and Philadelphia \
purchase of a Ford Touring cart the noted truss expert will whatever your needs, be sure to specify Paints that Paint Books .
personally be at the San Juan hotel, .
and will remain in OrlandoSaturdayonly. have proven their worth, because you paint tq ___ t.
a The initial "-0- aid How to Paint Th .."_ t.t
; outlay and the after ex- March 25. Mr. Seeley says: protect as well as to beautify. eon..inamaD7b..lifalilh..tr.1i01le

pense are so small that your Ford "The retain Spermatic case of Shield rupture will perfectly pot only of attractively painted hornet, shows F.t t
# any .
floor
p'' ire F.I
n" ( peciriotion fend
t but contracts the opening in ten dayson
will
Touring car pay for itself many telU how to elect the right colon. I
the average case. Being a vast
times over whether used as a family advancement over all former methods The Modern Method of Decoratlnc"Thu k)
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car for' pTeaTsure, 'for" business exemplifying instantaneous effecteimmediately .- beautifully illustrated book
appreciable and withstanding I(?>.. the l latest and beat idea on
t purposes or both. .any strain of position no the decoration of interior .....II..ad
*- matter the size of location... Large or 1 ceiling. It show a number of
}* a difficult.cases, of incissional rupt&rea rooiM deigned by leading artut.

The sooner you place your order, (following operations) specially so Have stood the test of time for than giving exact aBecificationa for ob.
if licited. This instrument received the mote fifty years taming harmonious color efiect*with + ysp
the sooner you will be enjoying your only award in England and in Spain, and will give you longest service at lowest coat. Pee Gee rXATKOATT.
"* { -.: producing results without surgery, .
w j, Ford car. Terms canbe arranged. injections, medical treatments or : ",.. Mo4ern Method
pre. No matter the eurfac*-thr. U a P w CM .... Product torAwry of Flabhbf

ffe tct'1' from scriptions.the United Mr. Seeley States has government documents, Fmrr.-- a number of thus yon caa: ...lljr Sad Woo4"-11 your you borne intend dUe to iUatmtad build wnfinuB i

% OSCEOLA MOTOR COMPANY Washington. D. C., for inspection. He eco oaaka1lJ' as gouts![. booklet will ... of steal help to you.
M ... will be glad to demonstrate without It contain 20 color plate of finiakedwoo4
*' & Attthotiaed Dealers charge or->St them if desired. Business panel* ana ajivM practical
?dmHl demands' prevent stopping at OSCEOU HARDWARE COMPANY adviea bow to take can of yow
307-1 r udw 7' Ki.d'f. -..' any other place in-this section.P. floor. /aa4 woodwork.rttileCian .
N S.-Every statement in this notice KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA a .
tr. ;:t tW4 has been verified before the Fed- >er c.,....
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I Ij4 eral. and ltate'eoum-F. H. Seeley. -. .- I.Inavu.t a, '
Home Office, 117 North Dearborn .
; street,. Chicago.rORD : '. 'j

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t DICKERS:: I ON 1 1 : LEGAL LOST A'excellent one but the"effect would _
ADVERTISEMENTS .1 be-'perfecfrU a
covldpenuads them
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.- lA\IIT-H..le thirty Inch '
cap ** loam
: M CONTUACTOK AND BUILDERBrickMayiriff .rod and blue embroldcrMl llalnci. to .yodel as ,they. "...". !," S 'I 1ST: '

,. tall trimmlnKa. L.lbt>ral reward It. Farmer "Well my' planting Isnt C.A .
jiinc ? law The; C..*ai4'' .ff the .P.**>*at** J4... llqitor.. shall upon conviction' for "suchfrnaiaae turn tqN. Puwcrs FostVriirv'. .' .hoc 711. all done'nnd my cucumbers need tend 0

1 .; Plastering.,". i.r. Omnpl* CveiiiOvKlevMat" : be punlahed by ImprisonmentIn -Tampa. . ll-stx l but U that I'll A'rR BV .
ag you stunt
1> PalntlneNo. - ... the City Jail tiblid, labor foraKrod .. 'y- "i- put on c' .. '
p. m'terackStreet.' KIs1nme.I ;3.1'np Es-fA.TJIJr--- "', | not"'.xcoedlnir Ninety rtaya or .STRAYED ure come {9- town. that day.
.lAME'' w KiiXKft-- nat exceeding, TWO, 'r4iundr Cattle Max "1. can stand It If thewet .
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'IJJ'JChJA8EDt-. } Fifty dollars. 4>r by' both nww. and Imprisonment BTKAYKli: from my plac.. on" Krlday, e&nl"! .
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-" To .all Creditors.'Lr..te. .a, Dlstrlbu- ,! at the; di.crPtft1u'fr' the. Marrh. | l,.. and all persons havlnif' claims or V tween f UOo and tllll r," niouNe.colored; v .Lawyert "I' aee no legal T.aon ;
demands aKalnat-ald .eatat: You and c 4'z.: .AtItoIsa.or-.s of .branOrd on. left hip liar L. liberalreward. pgainst .inch. a display of our honored .
each of.you. are h.r.by-eottIsd and ordinances Jri conflict herewith., ba >ana U found please; advlaerharx council the -
Buildings Go required' to present .any claims or' defmanda the same ar.v' hereby repeated. *. Prank U Hardy Poatornra on moving vehicle 1 5
< which you.. or either of )oit. Road a flrel- and aecond tint* by lio M "I., LAUKhman. ..Ylorlaa14.2tc aforesaid provided dat. no action of ;
f may have-airalnst the estate of James. unanimous oon.Cnt aol pad "n."PI' the patty of the first part shall mili S - -
p iMjjMgiiigggj g i gM i aBMa W. Miller, decwed: ", late 'fit Oareola'County. $ eh.se..lut.4thtl! ::1tl.. day of.March". ,A. U..in', J
against, or antagonism ,
to
Florida.- the 'nnderalyned U.' 1.1.: f . '' u' : BRIEF ITEMS .
,J. W. Miller Jr.. 'Admlnlatrator. of mid j .. A.'a. aitiBicKT.I GATHERED'e he public welfare' as 'defined) 'htheonstituW

'estate, within{ Awo 'years from the date SAL) : President of -Council., ,FROM, STATEt of the ,Utitod-States and

r Up Quickly herCur. February' I." A4 r>. IMt SLated '' .Att., a.. '41.. 'OiI415ICRTth 0: _,. '_ ... The first--. ottoeb'from_ Hastings he statutes of the State of'.Florid*.

3:1 j .SS *. *!. M11.tKH.It.Administrator .. .*. .Clerk. ? ',, sold And furthermore, nothing, ehjill be
last week at twelve the
l dollars
. f, "J -E.lat..e._ James. 'Approved this d$r Ot..iRhi h. A.. construed as waivine-the right to cole
W. Miller, rrraed. 4;' W.: .IS2. ' '.. J ; barrrl on the platfotm lop firsts:and l lect V
reasonable .
''W. R ( "*' i4t a fee.therefor in i tht
1 'RAWKni), Attorney It. MAY, .
ten dollars for the grades
leT For .Orlando. .Florida. : ,. : .\ '->*, Mayor of the City of KlasltnmvW.. next! Ship usual way and manner p"aerlbed'10.r
&.i When our lumber! used.i there i$.'t '.. '., ping will !I.gin .In ame>t next week. such ea.\\!.." . .
, j* 'jio.-tim!. )oat.dru; ..oJetiIDIC : HIM" PIItCLNSATlO: % *... -- "
... Real Estate Dealer G04..t.lel'. isw.'y.
-.v. .. ......'-th.-pow.r.' feated : O ..J.HN..VTU T. :..CO..A!a- o.haw..klypaper,_..
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1 board or' In matching, up&The1un;" : ":..in*. .,. fT H. <,May.. Mayor ot. the city1nf en'r.. th. News havingmade initial 2 erssfoto1tIril,: ; ''' h'awlnjt-card
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KlialiiTmeei. Florida do hereby an $ her.ohr irlvon 1' th'nt'th* annual all right. ,I'd rather'
sent out from 'iBe-\) see ..it than the
: lijir here can used nounce. proclaim nnd declare that an nifrtlnar of the IIln"kho"'r" or last week. It is i neat little fiveS .

with the piinimum amount. of' work election will le hId at Jim cltv, hnll. In tile HOUTHKUN UTILITIKH ('tMPA column paper edIted' by Vernon Sundanoel"Garage ,
o&dcity.. durliiir tho feral1 hours of NT:: will, !><. hrld at, th. ofrtc.' of. th"Com".n Lamfne und the !ManIt'll\ be! great stuff; i' % 1'
t ing up. It* U8el.'jJ&veti times \well aa VoU1l' .Rf...*!. (h* 26th day. of March A. "'. Kiscintinee. niceola Count,'. ded - first issue araye ad-'j 1I i but I object to offering ten dollars : !
n. ivzz. for tine pni juae uf elt'Ctjntf Florida.\ u'iu.Tu..tay! ', March 2$. U :2S, pages. A 'linotype Jias been ori fpr it
: insurinj a better building in every tho follow Inir officers for "tho term of at 11 clock nooii. for the election uf I de..elt411'td the prospective that It I. \ when we can see the name

. :" .a way. And our prices epoll on e ><*ar. Via.i;, rtirectom for the .naulnx year and forth will do well. j] show free once a month .at the city _
economy I
One Mayor.One .. '
tranaiirtlan of any and all bualneaathat h ill.: .
.ci every time. I '( I.rk and Tax Collvotor. may com Llieforv the mfeetlnK.HtorkhoMvm 1 _
j Colored' L.undresa"Ga
I One Trcnauror. not tntondlnft to be An evangelicaj.t-ampalgn\ opened in : 'way, Mr.
I AHI| to urfor I ho t.vmtLjino t-4 pi.cs'i ta_ re..isqU.-atan14o..a1K-"ho-at..I. M.er--Sunday---aJTd--tl"l'tlll'r.' *. W.atohof-mfti-I's0KU b no Limn art-
; -T--. ---ru--nn.th."unexl.lr.; ." lrm of J. tachvd proxy liytho presence of a fqol "questions' t
matters off You-all given
right of the local
rtri ; YARD M Johnaton. rvaland; nose. who KhoiiM: also iiitt.( and return one I fewer :
WOODWARD LUMBER de
On 1 iniiiiber uf .(lie, dl> fuuncll. the aaniM to .th
  • "' Alan. to vurve for. ther term of two f'tivt-luiK! irardinir: the cost of the campaign: j Right then the quit ceased.
    :Telephone 220 j yoii,s; .. Marili I Lionel H. :
    ) Mew, Tork.,11', 1' ? 1.1\ 1I Mr. Johnson be i rVmore lO.
    I j' Two nlenttr.. Af the i5' council. will paid 9175 a week !1 KOIIu'liAJ t
    KISSIMMEEi < T.. W MOFKAT, 11.10: KIKSIHMKH' ' : "
    i FLORIDA I herbv. appoint. ('. W. Orlffln, H. II-tt ":- Secretary, for himself and his party 'of five: Rxrraounti\ Pictura 1lxm1\W1t'&U: \ '

    . _-i |-VTT--|-,-r- :, .!- -_-.!_ r ,-____-- __ .-im :i N.and lira A.lion.K .H Thonitm. I It; Uulc 4". aa I limiMM-loia, That is an average of $35 a week for 'MISS! HOPKINS. RECEIVED A ('i ;'-;' .i .' .t t'ui ruxluouoa, ,
    aa cleric of mild .
    ,. election each Our entire expenses- for a afx-I t
    j I In wltiMBK hereof. I haw ht-ieunlo weeks campaign willnot cost us 'ENCORES! CLEARWATERMiss In all ofhis wasted life there -

    NEID'S BAThS act my hand .a.' Mnjor' of aal"l rtt\ If THE CLASSIFIED ]} er $2,000 we hope." Ov.-I I of 'Saint were only three great mo.
    Hopkins
    Cloud
    and enicd the .,'al of nnld city Hi be COLUMN and ments.. Bat three moments so ,
    hereunto ..(tIxed. tub'" 14lli. day of "'..b- Chicago, recently!' accepted an invitaLtion - '
    Best For Lee In filled with
    :- Ma.y Diseases ruar, A. I H. tttZ. I county to be the scene of i to give glory that- ,
    SALE biff oil a lIlnlrecital at therurey See what I Andcompare '
    this they
    H. H MAY.v I FOR operation* year and ac- Moss Inn at Clearwater' for w..1 ,
    IIn\I. the
    '
    ) Mayoi tive- drilling Bill then with
    Good baths with water direct from' wilt commence' on the
    ;
    \U."l'I (11j.Of Kla. >lnini.*.. | benefit of the Episcopal! church of
    '
    FOIl SALIi- '-Or will rent for th6 ,: first well about real hero know.
    WUnl-
    Marth
    medicinal wrll. Open Tuexdays, J. It. OIMIKKT.. Saturday. 25. ,that city and ehe made'a any you
    flier on. of the noat dealrable houaea magnificent -
    'Thursdays, Saturdays from 9:80: a. city Clerk H-&I' In Klaalnmee Phone192.. or call I tHt twelve miles southeast! of Fort My- winning by her efforts. The -ALSO-

    m. to 6OOni. A short drive from NttT...K Of MANTKII'M .HAI.f. 110. ._Uryan atreet- l -tf .' era. The big d-rrklt erected! last Sun of that city, pays tribute to.her '
    -'- ---- January Hs being
    with
    now
    ' Kisslmmee.- equipped *
    In tho Circuit Court or the Seven- FUR 8AI.oJo-lI'r..h' cow: very' fheap.; i machinery shipped direct from the numbers in a column article-a brief HAROLD LLOYD
    -- p 111ft. Apply to H. nickeraon. ill I excerpt!' of which is herewith'
    -; ti-' nth Judicial intro-
    Circuit of tlie 'HUtt of
    oil
    .
    .. field .of and drill.
    the
    Order for the water may be left Florida; In und for Oaceola (.oOnt. li'.e".tr.. KUnlmmee. Jl-tfc Loui-ilana.i dikced< : aBACK -

    at residence, 614 Patrick street. In ('Chanr! 8. K Owen ... Uerflver i Ing crew from that state is on the From the moment that Mr. II'
    of Thu.t..r.' A Caraon .' Pt)1tSAI.1C--OnoSI.art truck: ground
    liocery Company getting things "n readiness (
    TO THE
    | WOODS
    One International ruck.One Wanhburn '
    a corfmratlon. Complainant. VerKUH on 'lon ( I introduced the singer
    NEJD Arthur U Ureen. ttt al Reapond- R.u J8fll-w"jron. one ton; 4>n.t j until the last note of Stevenson's
    Owner I Sam
    CHAS. Ford' TourliiK. J. M. Kunoan. ElanFOR Breaxher. a well driller of I_ _-'-_'
    enta Notice I.
    ",
    hereby given the .
    by .
    Louisiana 5alutetio of the Dawn Miss _
    undersIgned: l .aa Special: Maater herntofote Ker. II-If \ oil fields. Mas arrived in .' .

    , t. ------- _-_ _ _ appointed in the ubove cau...; IIIIC ) j( Fort My raraud will take charge: of Hopkins won anj 'held her au .)DIG FORD PAY nt' K..talD "
    ,
    ..," - -.-- .--- __ that pur..u..nt to a flnal decrao ester.Pd 0 IfOHJ -'N.KEttar.JIIIM'J'' ]Ithe I drilling operations on the well at dience. Qracefully; accepting the ? .
    In thie conic on the lat of ,. .
    I day SXUK Ford IvarliiK" cur 'I>.r.. "S4rub Pen.: He elates that the many disadvantages under which -- > ::>
    T..I..IueM OfHre, No 62; HeaIdenvM ,Ma'ch. A. lJ. il>2t. I auiall, >)ff..rj (oraal big
    N... 812IInum .- ..* and well at puta'r outers' for cash gain. for Price qelek4n1Al f ITS.III) WN'_ Hohrer.- iontlun -j i
    I In hand to thehlfthea'" Mdder. at th4" Ct.4 liiuadwa. ., Klsalmmvc 14-ltx 1 j| one as any in the oil fields of. Louisl- ftrst number 'on .the program on '
    II Sn In 12 oil 1,on to 5 :I'd front door. itateola or the County Court liouat, Klorldu In KlaHlinmne. ana. A twelve hour shift is beinaar.. account 'of acoustics, her rich KISSIMMEE ,PLUMBINGSHOP1: ir.
    Oil '
    I DR. B. L WILKERSONI Mondnthe Id day of April. A. Il1e32. FOR r AI.K -Chlld'B bed In Ivor*' /flnlah. ranged find a day and night crew contralto voice (.modoUted to --""':"'- 11, '
    -Kayulru SU Mubbette ,
    during the leiral, hours of cal., avenue/ atieet cornerIJermuda | will likely speed Up operations soon suit the low. celled room.) her "
    I41tx
    -- i
    th N.tLbsgT..Big
    tnll..lnlf :
    : riftacrtned pronertv **ltuate -
    I>M\TI*>1 -- after drilling begins. charming personality and the '?'
    In Oaceolu Count, 1
    I Florida aa i| 'oR HACKItho'de! l' lRnd" ilf.d I well-chosen and \I, j
    ,(TIt'. .. The ltt-XHll follOWHMl I I for halehl.. .Bll CKBA. .I I I -- varied pro&iamall N..L--'T S.all: r ie
    lv (1 foi
    | i HV'ie nf lota' One (1) *nd T,. ,, (21:I of I IB Mm M ]I The Perry Herald says: "A-J. contributed to the success' of . .. "
    1___._.___._ --.J \V H. Marweira Hubdlx lalon. of Hlok {f II .. Haula J 4ttHAL"lOr..ng. Johnson' in the 5 1 c ". .. ,"";
    j was town Saturday with recital.FOnD ... > ', ,
    '" '' )
    .
    1' of \v. A. I'atllck'a Addition to thiT"wn > I : t. ... .
    -- -" I of Kleclmmt-i-I Florida FOR e drove. seven arreiroil tome of the Urgent' rutabagas we .J . ,
    ; 1- nccnrdlnir lol'ty-acro tract Nix-room hoop*. i j .'''., )' 'H('ii .i" "
    I .
    --- ---- --- ---1 the pint or cold .nddltloiMini with b..th and priestS waterwoika.; havr ever seen lie had only four !.! AU Work Gaaraaieed :! ; '1"t
    nubdlvlalon I .
    filed In the office of

    I BOYER. &: WARD I I Ilhu,coin.(...Cnuntv...r...... of. I KlnrldM Ii.- Cliult Court of On-i I ivtnble lentlv' located.Vtll and pck1nuthouau'uuiven aao>lflce for- back rutabagas part but of bin they Fcrd.almost lie filled said the he LEGION !'1'fS.sUIT!' I Te Be Satl t dOfT' \.

    I i ', "
    ---- Vwo'j S7OIIU. If .1" InuiK-dlately For farther had i :. .
    I M.KO' The M.m-hnlf of ToOt plenty mere at homo just! as The American -- ,
    Infoimalton '
    ; HEAL ESTATE I IHolnel4. ( HI In Illork JH" of H. A. fttt how..' apply I."ell.r M legion has won the
    Furms (irovita. \ddltlotf. to thi' To\u or KlHMlinmtM* 11111.. Nit. 1"..'''$.''''''. ..Florida..J"ATI'III"....___13StcVflHIl good and that he had a bumper crop f list suit In its history brought to 15 Broadway TckpJiM. Vil)
    I I -- --- -- It might be added that A. J. Johnson
    flt IM IIIB f I .
    tt |I..l o the North-half defend its
    I Undeveloped LandI l City LotsOver !>"' MAH<'M IM 'is j name. Judgment by de ;
    I nf till Soulh'-ant q'lniter nf KuctlnilTwcnlyune a-. an uncle of Cary A. Hardee, of 'fault and damages S '
    awarded the
    Postoffi. were
    j itt ) In Towimhlp. Twenty- FOI 8A I.K- -One HedI I Tallahassee ami of V. W. Edwards! _ _ _ _ _ 5'i':
    1 live lift Kiiuth, KtnicV T..ent\-nliio i iI2H 12-horepowcr, Legion against Francis II. Shoemaker _ ._ _ _ _ '
    ------- ------ -
    ____. ____ _ I ) K.iinlDntrd wlntr. two cylinder, four e*> clim 'of The Gazette. While_..thrsa facts : 0
    I e alleged radical for
    worker statements Whe- ,
    rhoeju..ine .tv"tbi'
    In flrat-claa- runolilioll.Ho"'T.
    --A Mil i'oh 3. 1922. i iMILTON .. hnvo but little bearing on either turnip made in the bowels ant' c .,">
    Jonea.
    t > Ill Main atreet. a speech last Decem.
    S I l4Klx4KR.Hporliil MuHteiKinnnn .. it., k.ouu'llul.'loild.) .., 1 2-21.JIt .- or Fords it is a bit indicative ber. Shoemaker was quoted as saying waste matter ferment: ., producinr.agaseous < f ,

    & HTKKI' that the governor has s-o-m-e rela. i that the L/gion is eondltlon.that.Is dlsagreeaq* :
    JESSIE D. KLEINMAN Counael for Cui |ilHlnant. 12-&I HVI.R. Kleve.n nnd ono-hnlf acres.. tlvps.i interests" "subsidized by ble. To remove the Impurities quickly; 1'
    I all cleared' and (fenced on bilck road big and "opposed to-orgjinized -
    J l IIotn'l l<: OK MA"TEH'H KAI.K. clone In. About two hundred cltrua I i I count-h labor." a'done.'ofHerblne 1.'lIeec1ed..i'U does i .
    Copying. Stenographic Work I I... .. trie on tract, neiSl> all. In henilnir.: Klagler :! a poultry yard the'work thoroughly and pleasantly. *< '.

    In lit*. Circuit' <',.urt the Scvcnlenth Halance of land sultablufor treea In association co-nponed of men and ..- MI> lStSSTI' HIPAY. ,SIAHIhI is.. Price, COc.-' Sold by J. Z..Roberaon..e, VTAX
    rhone '253. State Bank BuiJding :: Judicial i Circuit o.1rl Stale of i ne nut the beat. cItrus sections of Onreola women 'who are making the I business __ u -- --- -. ;
    rount PrIce flTAO. \VIII take .
    4 I Florida In and for Osre-ola-Count InClianucry '
    : John .... House1, Complainant ? lot,, model, Ford tourlnjr: car an partpayment .i! of poultry raising a study and. in" ...00 4 U U to. to.O . 00..00. . . . .. . ot. .. .. . *V :
    voraua K TA I. Hley. ot al. Itca A. It IKiiinln at' Clnxelteof I Rome twev or three. instances life ..
    p'oulontaNotice: la hereby gIven by Hoe. 10tfxFOK work. Already the association has V
    thi* underalicned as Wueclal MnKter . .f/- . 4. W,
    1 : heretofore appointed In the. above ..EE-I4'OftD-ft--tNPthIMMKW' in the neighborhood of twenty mem.tprs ,
    cv '.
    cauae that pursuant to a final derrreentered L and each member ia giving time i ..7 ,-'. .
    WE: MOVE THE ;EARTH! in this causeon the lat day 8ALK-Houses and lota,. farms,, and close attention to the business '!':, '
    of March., A. D. 192.!. I'shall Krovea.cTpreaa timber .ole "
    otter for See .meat with the' result that : : i. rtl\ ; '
    Of, Anything On Top Th. Earth; Hal* and sell at public outcry for cash the old State Hank bulldlliK. .1.0 Flagler county' '
    In hand to the blfchest bidder at the II{. Ouncan Manager. 8-tfo; i* fast-growing to the .front an a ... NOTICENOTICE r, :
    front door of the Court House In Klaalmnipe. contender against some of the counties , I f; ,y'
    .
    iO . YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS OaceoU County, Florida, on FQU BALK-Fine residouioe'pop.rty.Apply . .. with years of experience behind i:.. ,,\ ': ,' c ,5 ."t'1\lI'\ ." ;>.J.'lr' .. . '" '" '7., S
    the at the I'. ." \ .
    Id of office .
    U.1DSI. of The '
    Monday <
    day AprIL A. VallevUaiette "' .
    That Cn.B Moved them in the and cultivation '.of ', \ ',-Ii -oOo- ... c... : ,-,< . ; '
    "Anything : duringthe leval hour. of sale, Klaalmmee. l-tf r care I:!:: :, ". .. .\. hncns, ; '
    r #t\! .
    ,
    the following; deacrlbed property alt- Ifve stock. : ; ; .
    OatS In Osct-ola Coiintj- Florida, via:: FolIo DAY. StATUHUAl. MAKCIf 18 -. '.
    Get our price before having your '_l-halt of tho Northwest quarter If belch a bitter-tasting '
    you
    ot the Northeast quarter (WH of FOR 8 A I.E-At a sacrifice bun- up is hereby' given
    hauling don*. NWt 0' NK <4) and West half ofNorth Kalow home. Partaly furnished; my If liquid suffer from heartburn-and sour : ..

    half of Southwoat quarter ufNoitheaat dualled. Lot 100x160 feet; corner stomach.' you need the tonic properties
    quarterVH of N'4 of8WU Death In family reason for of Herbine It 'I'S andatren.theninjt '
    ellliiR. a purifying
    COMPANY that the Tax Books of Os-'
    W. JONESJTJUNSFER of N" \\4) of Section SIxteen ('....h only. Call at J904 MabbetleHtreet. ,
    ((1 ). Townahlp Twenty-five) South Mrs.. Ida Urouxlitontf Ir medicin for the stomach . '
    r '
    PHONE ass. of Hnnfte Twentr-nlne (.)!> Ba..t, containing liver and bowels. Price! 60o. (
    er L.... OrJ.rt .< 0..... Mer<,fe>*re C.wDR. Thirty (SO) a"..... more or lean,. So.d.bjr.J.Z...Roberson. ...
    Dated lat da> .of March. 15?2. FOtt SAliKrBf.-Ttent." rurnlahrd: I : ceola County for"oe year'' .s .

    - . - ''>"-_ . ., Z. BAWJ. boome _>:tel No Tueepaaa? ., Cartla 10 ,
    ;: Mpeclal' Master.KItIbI3kI cepts,. es>9)i at The. /& .U. ottln>. ; i. ", I

    R. J. DENNING! Counsel: *Complainant 8TKKI: 12-61 "I IOTirK rOMp ". n-If THE WATCHER I Ii I 1921 will closepromptly S :. : ', "i'

    DENTIST % OK <'HANUM OK BIIKIKIKNKBv ; UAV.. BATl.ltn. t. II"H( II 'I _
    __ .
    p 1" Over the Postofflce. virtu"I of thi* unileralirugid aciurlntf FOR SALE)-One Bets Electric Wall on April first. AII.xes.! .i.

    OFFICE! HOURS to 11:SO.. 1:11I: t* S '1 ownership;; i of all the ouTBtnnd- Plate. Practically new. At a pea' .. \ .
    K nidence Phone 174- bit stuck of the New lOden 1'lantstln. u aonnbU price. Apply Valley U.- i It is reported that President Hard- .
    ('oiiipany. a Florida Corporation with *.tte. T-tf. Ing, Governor Hardoe.; Senator Trammel that datewili' ., .\ .
    Offlce Phone 18, I not paid by (
    headquarters In KlHMtmnneo hv willpi'iHonnllv :
    take over all the propertv FOR 3ALK-Two boys ...n.. 4..a.. r and W. J. Bryan have been Invited ..
    of the Corporation and will conduct: '1. old cisc. velvet one dark blue, one to be with UII on Ford Day. . ,- "'
    the inU.Incaa fornterl' conducted In tl dark ttreeti, Huaalan style., white Hope they will all come but that's a
    collar. and en"".... be subject to all Jti '
    the detachable 8
    name of New Crien PlanlatloiiCotnjmn p Sean, whole lot of talent to be dumped intoa pen .. :
    .
    M. TILLER \' aa of date of jHnimr mat' new Apply 201 Main street. 4tf
    1532. The undbralfcn will a..auiii" ullInilelitednfRK I little city all at t lie time. By the .'
    of the aald Corporatl*>nand FOR BALK--Wooden w..ahlnma. why didn't they invite Henry .
    way. C. L. BANDY -
    Real estate Aoenc.nn.'t..flfl'.flS'fleflSttfl i will collect -..ll monlea due theCoi chine, nearly flew Apply 201 Main Ford :
    ). "poi'nt Ion treet. so-lf Ford too? day'without our % ,
    \\1I.I.IAM 1IAiISIAl.Care I I II Henry will tie like); the play of Hamlet

    of P. < >. Flux 31)012K Full HAI.B. -.Rxtra good Klaue '.iuu.s| : with the :illustrious! Dame left out. I Tax Collector. "
    '
    .
    and sold. I --(.arm. Soc % .
    Realty Bought KlHulmmeo. Florida {I each 127 per luu; Klnr- Ills coming woulu alno add greatly to .
    .
    I I lila Tokn>. 76c each: Floi'Ida MnlitRa, *
    (louae rented. 01'1I"G 5,1111 KINAI. n.II'u11t.\ .": I I 7r.o .each William 1I..I"r..r.. Or- I 'thebrain- power 'of the occasion. I ,qd., \' l'e .
    { IIIIKM tVntit*., Florida. I 1"
    t Taxes paid and Title. verified | ""e the ('..ur$ ..f <'*,i.l> .... .dII.: \ tate i Jack Tigertail\ .ccmmole. wan recently '
    for non-reiidenti. i _.. '.'rld.. O eeola ( oust,. j FORRENT 2-11"1 ; I It
    ''i .ohot and killed at hm home ":"t \.

    It" Fire Life and Accident In- ( In III,.* KNlatr.. of Jennie. A. Cnne.l I! IV "R rnN'.1' the .."m", ..,., ...u.. ,,f near Miami. The deed was done by #
    l> ceanMlNOTICK the. nioMl nlralilo ia white man in a lit of Over a
    hours I In KinMlituii t i anger ) .t.6 O.oooo.oOOOO ooooooo t
    I. surance. IM IIKnKIlY; 01\KN to all .. . '
    *'* I'hun.(2.
    01 ( nil I nt I Zn I trade in plumes Indications are thatit
    Indemnity Bonds. i'whom II lila)' concern that on the Uth I lliytiii Mtr-et 11-tf I I ..
    IdHv of May A U I I Illicit apply was an unprovoked murder by aperson !

    l .. . . . . .. ..... .... .. i In the Honorable,' . '. : Comer. Juilite :i: FT.lt 'NT--My hump.fully:-ru.-h.1;;';; : w'no holds! the law lightly and '

    : _ _ _ _ _ _ i I of auld dlHcharire" .rl. HM an Judif Kxccutor** of f'rnlmte.of the entute forINrial !'I ,'d..1\ moil,.i M ,'on""I....,.,. thinks that "it's only an Irrjun anyway Best Fertilizers ....cti de. Sprayer Poultry. S ppBe.

    of Jennie A. c""". fletCHHod. anil o Hummer ivulnaular. tyontha lloatwUk Imitated Park IIv on* niln-.the and t thai don't count." May his Honest Good. Fair Prices Prompt Shlpisesll. .
    i thai At the name time I will pres..nltoy I 1 vl walk from punishment he swift and adequate '
    rn the Henddreai: Ash Your Neighbor Ha Knowe
    -
    .
    i' final
    P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNBYATL.AW I If I, fftHtn cud accounta nHk for RII'cUIOI'their approvalIHitiMl of saint 'K.. .J.Florida H,.'' "'....at..ffhI..x, 373 MStxKKK I Dayfilm. and! such hat will :fend' to protect the E. 0. PAINTER' FERTILIZER CO. JscksonviJle. Florida '
    ,
    I I FeL.run'\' 24. A. II 1822 innocent wardu of our government in
    I I0Jl'.ICE8 -
    f j !, HA YMONI CASK. I K.RII DAI IN stIutqiqi.' --: the future. Gel December 1, 1921, Reduced Price Lists before baying. N.w' ik-

    0# I I iK-kt. .. . _____ Uaecutor! - ----- -y-----. -- "SIMON PURE" aid "GEM BRANDS"E. .
    ; I.'I bIt A of dollars it offered for lag
    JI10NTUuartera ten *
    Florida prize ,
    Winter Park. I ("II.t'T ( <)l HT. "' K\ KMTKKN'TIIJI'ItKltl. on lb.Iowan
    1 (IHI I..'.. 0..' KI.ORIIIA. 1 % I floor of the \\lllnon liulldlnH on Hxr-. the bent .decorated Ford truck in the '
    L _ ==
    I I JlIU :ton nvenue All rendfor ,
    \-\n KOH (iMtII.: OIJWTY.) 11 ocuinnc - '
    (.t44KU1. William' \\.**... roMlalaaat. I <' )'. Hee J. MlllHoii' or I lr. parade tomorrow. - 1
    .. .... Susie, ".' \%'efeB. CVit"on. \\utHon-lliill Why not take ono of thelargest

    C" : a... .Mnnufaclurlnur.. . Conrimny- -. Kluxlniee and -.eal..jt. comfurUbJyr usa plenty !.. A.. MARTIN SEED COMPANY ...-....:.- ,

    : !Momlrt. lh-;liLrinv' 0; April." : IN.I.th. .1, 12-tf, of bunting and small flags, arid put OI.nKKT AM '1.AH4.KST SEES HOl'SK'' II KUOIIIDA ;" ,

    CITTMEATJARKET .. defendant. SualeA. >ood, I I" required : FtJR.HRNTTwo furnttihed data, u nd I the Goddess of Liberty and our en- JACKSONVILLE. FLORID.MARTIN'S '
    to appear to this Hill of Complaint I one. llvc-ronmcd KittHKe unfuinlah- tire city councIl on it with a large ,
    herein.1tinorcervdthaI. c C Klunforil. I I-If i editiQn of Old Glory flying .
    this ordre be
    4 puhllahed : If it is feared that the Goddess would '
    once n wenk, for four conaeeutle I Are Kfeown For Quality ';
    I weeka In The KlaHimmce VnlleMaaette. >: WANTED. attract too much attention, leave her :

    a weekly newnpaper. publlah- off, a* cur city dads are, and must Seed ('or"z. B ans, Peas Pepper, Eggplant, Watermelon Cantaloupe,:
    ed In Oncofila' oouuty. Florida WANTKI*-To buy a ....condha.oV.- Tomatoes Cucumber Cowpeas Forage and Field Seeds.. ".u"
    ,
    V\1TNK3M:: my hand and soRt thin Inrudr enaln -Addr.... ," remain the center ()f attraction. AM Potatoes ,
    Fresh MceJ and 28th day of I' bL.U"t of. The lUcIte Klaalmmee.: "A 10-tlf rare showing how the people would regard Our Catalogue and Price L*.t will give full Information. We carvi'all -
    t J. ;; nE"1T. such a-display the Watcher submits varieties of garden field and farm seeds that have been tested
    .
    J 12-it Circuit Court Real Clerk Circuit Court. KK POlIO DAY IN KI9KIMMRH the following characteristic inter- and proven to be adapted to Florida soil and climate, and enryeare .

    VegetablesPhone -' okrner views: of experience enable us to handle the Floriila'Seed business. to', ad- ,.
    WANTED-To hear from or '
    AtBe OHDI2sACh4.As rood ranch for sale.. State. caihpMco Merch.ut; : "The idea ia 'a splendidone VnUe' )' -5

    full partlculara. D. 1.. Rush, for it will be the best advertisement SPRING CATALOGUE -
    .
    Oodles... .. .......... 4k. r-. ,
    44 .. 2us... ......_ Minneapolis. allnnvaota. .4-lttz we have had. since the new city Martin's Spring Catalogue Is now read;. Write for it. Everyone ,-' '.

    ._ MISCELLANEOUS charter blew up tW) years ago." Interested in Florida- spring and summer crops should avail themselves ..

    -- ...., the City It Ordained of Klaalromee by the: Council of Phyalcum: "I fear the exposure of information contained in our descriptive catalogue.: Sup.; !

    eh..i Section 1. Whoever hall in hist OF her SECOND HAND QOODB. tMOght. aol! would be too great for the men. Cory. plied FREE on request to those who send in their names promptly. '

    Nine :e'out of ten sprayingyour po.s..slouu. or knowingly permits the .nd. repaired. The Casino. 44-tf I 'M might set in with inflammation Of Write ,for ,ittoday.: Full information and prices on all seasonable
    fruit :or. .vegetables--;will: .mean toHnrr, on bis- or ber. pj-emlaea In the .lront&1aiau..Itd..con..tion of -
    the eede.- .;
    ; : ,'" .. i,
    failure. If an 1 .Oltyof Ktuluuo.e.SIIY alcoholic Leverages. sft-zcIAr.'u11.Lnevnr! ALE Cora _
    you
    your success or .' Intoxlcatlna all. .lln. of hara the esophairus. and rabies might su ,
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    .... WJLI/AT The HEART'MEMORIAL, HOLD Ladle SOCIAL.Aid of the I t{j \:.. J: rday: and d' .Moay" ,I'


    I O !! at Ian'Hart eight church Memorial'.o'clockTbere wilt next hold Tuesday a, social,," : :J; ; : : .


    > pleasing program'and : .. !' ,., .... ..
    4 will be seryed.> 'A. liver: !! # '
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    Insure --:
    ; ? GOES TO' EURBANK- <) .
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    fc.- TO VISITSBROTHER .. I I' ;
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    JWrs.Mryta Fowler, who .h.
    guest' of, the family ot.her( : ,
    t Those Dollars and ,Mr*.'.3.- A ,Bogu.,;219,. : ;. :
    etreett left"on''Saturday,1 for .
    L ,: where she will make an- :
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    r lay with her brother and -; 4 >

    ,.. .!.ou..1U D.ured..prOPerf7 ia hooey. ft'owleF'ka1 Mr._aras Mrs.arbt.1ypie..ed W'C* Bogue.-, : :! .....;
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    THE HEALTH - "
    ' if you- don't IlIIUI'eeaia.t ; .
    r ; property : : "". . .
    it !lonif! It.. A meeting of the health : , ... . .'.
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    department of'the W C. T. t ... >'*.! F' ; ..... .
    held Monday evening at ( .. : ........
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    Insure your property in, theInsurance' MemorLl'and.as Mrs.>S. B.. "- ..:: "' =-- ,
    .. L I used-tor- er 'Ferve'a::c1 : ,I ,\T. THE: --- ---
    Mrs.. Mary C. Clark' was w wVt' ,
    "r Oompany. Your protection perintendent. Following! "the : 'V
    .1. complete because year prayer by Mrs. W. B.' 'R LIIY1IT : ; '
    program below was.carried out j 1|I ; I : STORE
    policy .eutiUeu you to Firm "Sex Education in the ,
    Prevention"Ssrvice., Mrs. L. B. Tyree; '"Venereal /I IMn. ..'
    M. C. Clark; "The' 1 1rmyand '. ,, .. .,
    '-the-Fryrrlr"- "--
    tl? Come urn for this protection. Call ,-Mrs.Rosen; "Nervous Paul Stanley Women; and I I : 'you are' ':planning to be in Kissimmee on Ford, Day.. We ,:; .;

    or telephone. Food"-Mrs. John McPhatter; : ; ot11e.iq.our store and make yourselves thoroughly at '
    Brt'athlng"-M'r E. G. Vane ; I U f ..
    I"Insomnia"-,Mrs. S B.' '.U70ur.heodqlfarters. meet friends there And ,
    "rl'llefn.Della Prlngle. I i ; your ....
    Carson farmerAGENT ble It'meeting.was a very Next ple.tsent Monday and ur'1icl\cflt'.we' afe'offering" some very attractive bargains In (

    we will have a social with all of friends have ,
    gram, and health food goods.. That our patrons'and may

    e, ...-- '- will be served. Each member J opportunity we will continue these specials on Monday. ,.
    - petted to firing a friend. I .
    : 4 -HKM Kl>lll HAV IN ''KIIIIU..MKIIC MRS. MARY C. : ; .

    : I I I. r tie.., and Crepe -de :Chine- .House Dresses. .cb' __.......___.;.__.__$I.".' ; ;
    0110' I>AV AA. ., ,
    C. ASIN'O I i t Special .for Saturday.; and.: . p a

    : ,j ,... _-.u., __L._ _.-.-..-*.-*,__.__ Men's Work; Shoes tpecia] _?________.__$I.8S I ;

    it.e and Organdie Waists; Extra Just received'another shipment of those 18-inch' ,' ', .
    FRIDAY, MARCH 24 value: each ._._$1.00 boots. % .
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    Silk Georgette Crepe the very LOOK AT THIS GOOD ONE FSpeial

    for Easter dresses; a $2.00 value for and ?r
    Saturday Monday; 16incaboots .
    ;4 pervyard, -_-__?--_________-t8c: : .
    a for .
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    ..;, frF ..II' ii7 ''ml:all .of our Ladie*'.Spring Hats: 1'1 MI''.
    : Ladies pure Silk Hose in white only; regular .
    ,'\. price $1.75 Saturday and{ Moa- .
    ;Gingham. Plaids .and Checks; ;
    ir;'II\-'. rk quality.-8-yards for_.._.._i___$1.00 d.,.'prite. per pair___"_____________98c ' I.1


    .'l.,., Domestic; 10 yards: for 1.00 Men's Socks, all colors, per pair_______...lOe i :
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    "Cast Includes Milton 'Sills''. .. '. -,.- '
    Mitchell'Lewis?.Casson .Fer. ] .; :G': :W. PERSONS COMPANY 'FLORIDA ji '
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    ''i Ii log with the color of Oriental Pennsyl ..OO .
    Harrisburg .O'O. .O..OOOOO OOO .. .OO.f-..! .t .o.. .
    .L l" .Shanghai.. .Beating'.... ;' with tb e'I' !
    thinjrs ,that-. move.hwmarr'! : ,"' League.
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    : .., '1'OPICSJOF'mE.bAY' ng by . '
    \ vania.
    I ,' .'.'; '. r _,.. . . : \ g; Pen. .y1 Prayer "
    VIOND'fAY t "ATtranT'' MARCH is

    .:I ,.h IIIII II I IIIIII ninil I IIIIIlIIl1nilinilllllniIlUIIII! II IIIIIIIIIIIIII jnnii II l Bungalow toattend all. : Young home all people men'the OF YOU THEM MAY GIVE AND YOUR THE REMAINING WIFE TWO '" ,..

    chorch. THREE WILL BUY MORE THAN.. THE, FIVE USED TO. _

    ", : .' (Episcopal) Cfcarck
    t I Kirkby, Rector. THAT IS, IF YOU VISIT. FLOYD.A _,

    4 in Lent.' .
    Church school. GENERAL LINE OF BEST
    Adult Bible class. \
    GROCERIES AT LOW PRICES .
    .and
    The Bank. Wilh Morning Prayer .
    L. A. Hamilton. --
    HELPING A. afternoon at three ""
    the. be a meeting at the HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS ALL THE TIMER.S.FLOYD
    Thomas Hornsby.
    : H Ability south for mission:
    afternoon Lenten 4-
    and held at fly" o'clock
    church,..
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    "' ..:- WllllngneB A certain young man Kissimmee are cor-- ,

    v to Serve He.,kept it up; was,, a 'this service. 302 Broadway' FREE DELIVERY Phone 176' '

    habits and convinced his Chnrck'. .. ..
    ( tal) MO HtH4-0000000'OoOoO'OOO'. J
    The other day a and Oak Streets . .. ,
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    DEPOSITS INSURED He had almost Minister.
    way. we o.to. Church. 326
    of Phone
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    start in to Bank here and : )' school; Inter
    <. .Watch,This--Space Each. Week .
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    ; nent t carry accounts worship. Evan- I
    Inspirational j Sing A. S.. .C3ILSERT'S; : ,

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    ..".". )'."Pray.invited to"Be-all .

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