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 24, 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: VID01056
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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r ,Incubation 'of "Ford Day"Easily COUNTY. \.. POLITICS TAKING.:..ON IS NEW LIFE MAYOR'S 'COURT' BUSY PLACE WAS- .MONDAY I Joy Marked Every Moment


County politics is beginning 't-" Marshall Driggors is out after antomobilists -i
Proved. Best Event simmer somewhat, and several new who neglect: to keep their .' At Junior-Senior
announcement* will be found in, the tail lights burning and had fourteen Banquet

political columns of The Gazette. thisAs' before Mayor May Monday morning.For .

.; Kissimmee Has ''Ever Had week'yet there Is no announced candidate Johns this Elmer offense Schweikart Artie Suhl, C. C.Peal Mc- When Merriment Was King:

.. : for the legislature, but it is said /Coskty and P. Wi-Straub. were fined .
a number of .statesmen throughout!one dollar each, and Lester Alford. '
&tania,'* fair Proved A Saccew In. Every Way-Parado and Pila. Proved the county are quietly making it J tArt Taylor, Bob Clyde Will Wheeler, Rssnrmede- Lodge Was Scene of-The Greatest Event nat Has Even Been

f PecnEariy Pleasing-,,Notbfc* Marred The Festivities And Mirth known make the that race they if would sufficient be willing pressure to i, M R., Farmer J Jackson, George and Tom' :.Sheet Frailer; C. Jones the, Give fa' nat Detghtfnl Hostclrjr! And daises.Vied In Every Fraternal

Was Everywhere fa! Everything were brought to bear. i(i..latter being colored paid two dollars Action Last Friday Evening .

It probable ,that the next8infJof each into the city coffers. T _
-- -- : .Cazette-jirill.Jo sin applicants -]j!]1 On Monday tho marshal arrested -- -
Last S Saturday KLisimmee was hostess nORIDADAlR FARMINGHAS for all the offices which an tiA7| : 'gfTaylur1 and-A.-Roundav-wh WIDER--- A TENDENCY- -The ono outstanding_. aUe.tlJr.-"

to a vast concourse of people SOME ADVANTAGES to be filled at the coming primary j I gave Orlando as their home, enter- SHOWN IN ROAD BUILDING of the four years' kigh school term
numbering into the thousand Allthe . Ling a charge, of peddling on the Ii the .Junior-Senior Banquet. It is
main thoroughfares.throb l fired One of the greatest advantages Mr. and Mrs. George Sullivan, off'[streets against them. Their,.stock do( Of 6,500 miles ; completed Feder In this that the dignity and the poise<
with a happy, rollicking companyon toyed by the dairy farming industry East Lake were in town to. enjoy trade is said to have been doughnuts. al-Bid road for which statistics. have of the students become a reality
pleasure bent.' Dull care had been in Florida is the premium received for Ford Day. Bonds of ten dollars each were for been collected by the Bureau of Public and the members take their initiative
a' tossed aside, and no matter how anyone the butter fat content of cream and "elted.i Roads United States Departmentof into the more serious forms of socials
-- -'was--Jostled against....another. thoM Last.Tueaday automobile party, 11. customs. .
-- -milk.-ov"r prices.obtainable in northern i; Liming was charged with ophlre. Agriculture one-half has been .
spirit of good humor prevailed. : It states y eluding-'-Mrr-and: _MrtII., Mun- or car" without IIeratinga constructed of 10 'and 18 foot "width, Last Friday night the two classes
? was a day of days as to sunshine, The Florida Development!M Board sey. Mrs. G. B. Lilly, and Mrs. A.. M.:..cense, and was allowed 'to; go upon 25 percent J of-.grc3teT-w1dth. and 25 .,-with the high school faculty-motored
temperature, and concourse of people.' has been compiling some informationon Perry, left for their respective hom sIn payment of the license, amounting to perc..nt.ot a less width. As would be to Runnymede Lodge, where the
The'parade: which began: at 10 o'clock'' this subject .and announces that Massachusetts and Maine. These $35.09. expected, the wider roads have been feast was spread-where youth.. and
featured cars ancient and modern. the leading Florida creameries. and winter visitors were domiciled in tho'I _-__ constructed largely in the more populous beauty reigned. As to toasts and
And the prettily decorated cars, were milk distributors are paying four A. W. Bailey home, on Mabbette''I Work Is the only master key which states although some of the speeches the following ,were given:
k given ovations all along the lino.;; The cents 'per pound above Chicago: mark. street. will open all doors to success. less populous states are building., Welcome address-Lewis Campbell, ,,,
1 prettiest decorated cer and the one : et for standard butter, for all butter i I I wider roads for the main highways. president ,of the'Junior class.
which received the twenty-five' dollar I received. As the farmers in outlying 'There is a general tendency, it is Tonight: friends.., faculty of the
prize was Mrs. J. Z., Roberson's ; sections supplying the Chlca arkr- ARTHUR E. DONEGAN MEET OF CATTLEMEN said to build wider roads to meet high school and Seniors: we welcoro fi
Nash speedster elaborately decoratedin I et receive aooroxlmately five cents the needs of the constantly increasing you with a smile. w* will bid you
green and white driven by ,Mrs.Roberson u"ti) r the Chicago price, tb" Florida traffic, as shown by the 25 percentof farewell with a sigh.:-"Welcome, our
) -accompanied by five girls: milk producers.have a net advantage FOUND NOT GUILTY SHOWED SENTIMENT the mileage over 18 feet in width, teachers and our principal. Welcome,
-the* entire group dressed in whit of about nine cents per pound prem- 7 percent being 24 feet or wider. .Seniors'-class-of-nineteea-twanty-two.-: .*-.:.
_with._gTeenStreameraThncar cif nted ium for their utter fat. so soon to pass through the door of
much attention throughout the The average price for butter fat in VERDICT FLAGMAN LOSES LEG IN old O.ctola-never to return. May
.. day, as.'it bore its happy company Missouri for the month orTanuary; -INSTRUCTED. I SOLID FOR DIPPING RAILROAD ACCIDENT the cup of joy of each of you be filled
through the! crowd I to over-flowing, this "
has been announced by the Missouri : evening.
r -. Almost equally attractive was the state board of agriculture as 28c. The Indictments Each A distressing accident occurred on Response--Jos; Sears, president of
Resolutions "may
Three Many
best decorated Ford sedan-driven by'' prices paid! producers in Florida dur- Remaining Adopted Among Wednesday morning at 6:30: in the the Senior class.
.""r Its handsome? owner- Miss Frances I ing that month ranged from 37Heto, Containing Several' Ckarfts Will Them Being Resolutions of Regret freight yard at this place when O. "Mr. Toastmaster faculty and tel: *

., Tress. The decorations of yellow on ,' to 40e, per As late as March Probably Be Heard 'on March 27 Over Death .f J. W. Miller Schmidt, flagman on the main line, low students: I hesitate to attempta
this car were artistically arranged in 3, the Loon Miry Milk Company, at was caught under a freight car his response to such a hearty address I $ .
every detail. The fair driver wore a Tallahasee, was paymg 39c. The trial of Arthur E. Donegan on The meeting of the Cattle Raisers' left leg being so badly crushed that of welcome as has been given by the S
yellow gown which made the ensemble A number of creameries have been the first Jndictment charging embez- ,,Association held at Gainesville on amputation above the knee was nec- toastmaster for I never could (as
h e t complete, and. duly won the ten organized in" Florida during the past zlement of the funds of the First Tuesday and Wednesday March 14 essary. the old negro said 'a ulate in 'the
-' *. dollar prize. year but with annual importations of National Bank of Saint Cloud of and 15 was called to order by President Dr. Rivers was hastily summoned public.' 1 a the night of
.r; The Broadway Garage won the ten about $16,000,000 worth of milk which he was president, came to a I(.I George Murphy with a largo and the victim was immediately tak- nights for us Seniors. It is one of q ifV.S
dollar prize offered for the best decorated cream butter, cheese: an.l l other dairy close at Tampa on Friday when-' attendance of cattlemen present. Address en to a hospital in Orlando.Mr. the ,goals for which we have been r
cut-down Ford. Decorations products there is no danger of oversupplying Judge Call instructed the jury! to. i I of welcome by Dr. Murphree Schmidt who formerly lived striving since wo entered the O. H. S.
t were in red and white with draperiesof the market.INTERURBAN bring: in a verdict of "not guilty.3', I I!president of the Florida University here, has a wife and two children In, Long ago when wo sat crowded in the "
Spanish mosa. This cut-down -. -- The Tampa Morning: Tribune on who extended the welcome of tho Sanford. ]I grammar school even when we were) '
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Ford was cleverly and skilfully driven Saturday contained the following i I,.city, and the use of the university freshmen and sophomores we would !
by Miss Jo Makinson who won TROLLEY reference to the trial: j I,buildings at the same! time g'ving! a look with envy upon the .Junior
i the prize offered to the prettiest girl An instructed verdict of "not guity" !- stirring address on the importance of BUSY WEEK IN COURT 'Senior festivities. Tonight it seems:
driving a Ford in the parade. was returned yesterday morning education proper educational facilities impossible that at last we are nearing ;
h There were many outstanding feu. in the case. of Arthur E. Dortegan, and advantages afforded the people the end of our rocky path (and;
i ,, tures of the day which were hijrhl; LINE PLANNED PLANT former president of the First National of Florida. MANY CONVICTIONSAND truly it was rough in many places,
meritorious. The band played. lion. Bank of Saint Cloud accused ->f i,, Address responded to hy Colonel 1 especially during the Anal examination -'
Clarence Wood of Kuxtis, addressed misapplication embezzlement and xbstraction Fred N. Burt of DeLeon Springs, of arithmetic In the:?; elghth'. r.
-., the largo gathering nt 12 o'clock CITY TOSANFORO of funds belonging to the pointing out the serious problems ht- grade) and are guests of the Junior.
Hundreds partook of the barbecueand _ institution. The instructed verdict fore the association and the preparation JAIL SENTENCES .Uass1: of '22-at a real banquet. To '
'pork pilau. Th i afternoon sports came after Judge Rhydon M. Call needed! to meet the coming .:.. ,, juat'say Mr. Toastmaster; that., w., CI
included races and games of-various| Ten Million Dollar Company Beinj had considered the Arguments and decided changes in the stock industry. Disqualification- of-Judge Comer'CstliCounty are glad to be here, would not exprete1our F.
kinds. A baseball game in the afternoon -, ,Formed At Orlardo-Would Serve to I grant the motion of the defense :,: The address by H. T. Lykes of feelings, for we are more thn t,
;" and a basketball gamo'at. night" v Bit Well Populated TerritoryJ. council for a verdict of acquittal Tampa went largely into details of I Judge Of Polk to Hear.Two! glad-we are happy-we are proud. to
-all Kissimmee wj i hilariouin even .,market conditions in Mexico Cuba Defendants be i here.I - '
our sedate Mayor May joined the F. Ange president of the Bankof Five counts of tho indictment wee and prospects for marketing those, wish to thank the toastmasUrv.,
fray but he did not run in the eon Orange and Trust Company and cbnndoned Thursday. by the federal countries, as well as the difficulties | On account oit'h; large number of for the hearty welcome he extends oa
s tent with his usual nkill-for lo, he president of the Orange Hotel Company attorney. When the government to be overcome. j I canes county court has been in..***.< .You know it is generally.thought that. +rr
z fell-a thing unheard of in his politi- now erecting: an eleven-sto-y rested. its case only four counts remained .. Address by President Murphy of Lion the present week. the Seniors and .Juniors are never on
cal runs. Possibly the feature of the steel hotel structure in Orlando an.1! The defendant was charged Bradentown on some of the conditions The following pleaded guilty to the best of term., But such is riot
r day which provoked the most merriment Frank J. of tHo in the second count with embezzlement that handicap the cattle industry driving a motor vehicle without a true. Of course: know that durinff '
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l was the one horse rig: bearing Orlando Mortgage Loan Compll.-Y. of funds from a note. lie wns of Florida. license: G. E. Lathrop, one dollar and the school term,'wo have our School.
tho licence 1720 B. C., and driven by have announced the formation of a charged in the sixth count with hnv- :,! The address by Dr. J. V. Knapp, costs; William Abbott one.do.llarand'''spirit, when the' Seniors try to keepahead "
s Ruben La Mont. corporation whose capital l and that of ing embezzled $5,000paid by C. I.. ''state veterinarian on tick eradica costs) P. C. Buttorff sentenced suspended of the Juniors and the Juniorsattempt .
Miss Virginia Lesley hU companion -. auxiliary and subsidiary companies Bandy,payment having been made to tion as one of the main Issues before upon payment of costs; R. I. to keep abreast of the.Seniors .
: won the prize as the ..habblest.d. will aggregate $J 0000000. for the retire five outstanding bonds of the the cattlemen was clean clear, concise Lee five dollars and costs. For speeding -but whenever something for the 'i
aled woman, and also provoked purpose of constructing: and operating city of Kinslmmee.. In the seventh I I and unprejudiced, and one that : Charlie. Sherman, five dollars good of the school 5, about to be ac : '
much mirth by, her clever impersonations. an electric trolley system for count the defendant waft charged with !{i the cattlement should oonder on, and) and costs. .For. passing a worthless compUlhed-.Janlora Seniors cast
,, > middle Florida. < misapplication and in the eighth : while a few dissented from his -view j(check S., L. Hagerman sentence susr, aside their .petty differences and,
As a whole the day was one grand The proposed main line is to run count with abstraction! of $14,000 of the great majority approved every.. pended upon payment of costs I worthless -' stand side by side for the good of the:
success, for which the Chamber of from ant City to Sanford with Orlando the bank funds. '.- I word that he said and endorsed the i check, O. Griffin pleaded guilty i whole. We are all sad when we contemplate .
Commerce may well feel very proud. I as hendquaters.' connecting up. Evidence in the second count showed (sentiment he expressed ,He proved.sentenced to six months at hard la* that 'Jn a few weeks,, we y
Fifty prizes were awarded just as intervening communities with the that the note had been used by 1 himself tan adept In answering ques- j i her and $500 fine. For gambling': I I i (Continued on, FasV8ls;>.
.' announced that they would be-and ; head -navigation of the St.' Johns the. defendant as collatteral secure I tions which ,would have been embarrassing Jim Duncan, :sentence suspended; Ed I
{' the list of prizes awarded for the river at Sanford, thus affording water one of his personal notes with anoth I to the majority of laymen, II I Moore, $25 bond forfeited upon non. '.
;(' parade and races etc., as far as the rates and a relief from excessiverail er bank. and made a host of.friends as well as appearance. For having liquor in FILMS 'WOULD CARRY
\\ committee could get them complete, freight rates wHch the sponsors The court commented on- the count I admirers. his possession: Bob Rogers cash bond :
II) the great throng of people on hand declare are afflicting the truck and charging, bonegan with embezzlement Among the. resolutions adopted wu forfeited. Reckless driving: W. L. -
is as below: citrus Industries of the section. of the $5,000 thus: I one as follow: Oakes bond eatreated.I OSCEOLA'S.HISTORY: :
\ $25.00 for the best decorated car of Branch lines to Tavares and Daytonaare "There is no evidence- show that "Resolved: That the association I|I Charlie Small was found not guiltyof }
any make, offered by F. A. Navel included in the proposition.The the bank lost the I>bonds but on the ,endorse and approve a scholarship for embezzlement.
Mrs. J. Z. Roberson of Kissimmee. promoters of the project frankly contrary shows affirmatively that the education of one cattleman's son,j f fto ( On account of Judge T. L. Comer INTO : .SECTION
l $10.00 for the best decorated Ford declare that they expect to rely the bonds came to the receiver as assets be selected by Doctors Murphree being disqualified to try the. four EVERY .
touring car-Miss Katherine Randall more on the freight haul than passenger of the bank, the proceeds of four and Wllloughby: and approved by the eases against Robert Evans and the f

St.Cloud.. tariffs for economic support and .being applied to cancel the bank's president secretary and: one memberof two cases against Andrew Evan, Ashford Plans. 'To, D. S...: .Work .
$10.00 for best decorated Ford have 4n view the enhancement of land indebtedness and the fifth now being the Cattleman's Association. i Governor Hardee appointed Hon. S- i'
_+ roadster; $5.00 offered.by J. Z. Rofocrspn values in the territory traversed AS held by the receiver." Among the resolutions adopted, L. Holland, judge of the county court Which Will Prove Excellent;Proper. !

a, L druggist and $5.00 donated. well as the possibilities of towns The seventh and eighth counts were the following: I II I I of Bartow. to try these cases. 1"I ganda For Kissimmsl; : ',
Elmer Schweikart Kissimme the Great Creator in his Robert Evans charged with (1)) ',
building along the lines. They state which deal with the same transaction I Whereas was j -
$10.00 offered for beet.decorated that negotiations have so far progressed charged Donegan with having wisdom has seen fit to remove from', obstructing and opposing an officer; 1 There have'been days of.pageantt '

Ford. Sedan-Frances Tress Kissimmee. with northern financiers a* on October 3, 1916 made out a deposit our midst one of our worthy mem-;i; (2)) using: profane language; (8)) i parades and spectacular ,I features, lttj i ,
to assure their cooperation togetherwith : slip for $14.000 entered to his bent i j(i transporting liquor; ((4) having linnI I but from an enterprising,..wldeawaklfr8nerous
$10.00 for best decorated Ford Cou- that of merchants> bankers buetiness {credit on the personal ledger of the 1 Therefore Be It Resolved: That or in his possession. The second and i/ townsman,: Il.. Dan Ash-'
pe; $5.00 offered by S. B Aultman men und growers who have been bank. Further testimony showed the Cattle Raisers' Association of fourth counts were nolle prOfIled up- ;ford. does the suggestion/ coma as to'.
+ and $5.00 donated.-Mrs. II. J. Silver. j approached in the area designed to that a draft for $14,000; on a Houson Florida extend to the bereaved family I'Ion recommendation the county ati plans] in which Kissimmee people may

'lIerve. They conceive that tonnage in ; Texas, bank, was ordered entered of J. W. Miller of Kissimmee, our 'i torney. A Jury composed T. N. i enter the screen world andproduc.a,
$10.00 for best dedorated For.ttru..k' { both directions of volume sufficient for collection (on this date. FromOctober heartfelt sympathy and condolence in 'Clark A. S. Gilbert Allen 1'':. Fo'- 1 few reels which will keep permanently ;
Margaret Bronson, Kissim ,to reasonable dividends will l mee. cut-down. l.ccu1't'd by giving the citrus\ and truck of the general: ledger were missinp. father and that a copy of this resolution 'A. L. Davidson found him guilty done I Is an opportunity to boost this, city e
for best decorated
$10.00 .growers: the benefit of a water haul The books balanced November 2S. be spread upon the minutes of of the counts, upon which the and, this county td preserve abi.'Z':
Ford-Josic Makinson Kiaslmmec. I'rate "to market and merchants the when the records again appear. On the association and that a copy ho court sentenced him to six months in 1 1I tory present days and conditions: also ',
j;, Ford Tire for carrying largest W. fam- benefit of a like rate -on merchandise this date there was no record of the sent. to the family. I jail. Bond was fixed at $1,000 when ( to help in the planting trees; 1
ily in_parade offered by B. Mak- inbound from northern distributing $14,000& item for collection. On these Whereas: The Cattle Raisers of a motion for a new trial wm made i on the Kissimmee-Saint Cloud?road.

: inson Ford Winner tire for oldest unknown.Ford in parade I points.-Tampa Tribune. counts the court filed the follo"in.f Florida are seriously hampered by by his attorneys, Johnston & Gar Under the.auspices of the' civic d-,
opinion: by the present strict rules on interstate rett. This sentence included the other :nartment of the Woman's Club, with
Osceola I
offered the Motor
F by Compa CHAMBER OF COMMERCE shipments, and the surplus cattle count for which he was found !guilty '
ny-Mr. Minter, of Ohio driving 1909 "No evidence wan introduced show II. D. Ashford as manager, there will .l
of the are accumulating on the ranees: Iby another fury. be made of local .
model. ing any depletion of the funds screen pictures or r;
I luncheon held Thursday 1 Be It Resolved That Andrew Evans found guilty of
Palm Beach suit for Ford cominglongest The weekly bonk and this would be necessary to Therefore. : was gunlzations, prominent birldings; r
at the Chamber of Commerce head- the Cattle Raisers' Association of obstructing and opposing an offlc"r
chamber of
Katz'i>> sustain either the charge (of misapplication churches parks com.merce. ti.
distance offered M.
by '
I quarters had its usual enthusiastic abstraction. minutes Florida in convention assembled do by s Jury composed of II. W.: Ander- nearby milling plants (show.
C. or
who Sons-came E.from Ruby Calgary of Saint Alberta Cloud spirit of co-operation and optimism., of the meeting of the board of directors hereby request the United States |I! son, Charles A. Garrett, A. S. Gt11bert I[' Ing the production of lumber from,
Canada. Much discussion was given to com affirmatively shows that all Bureau of Animal Industry and the i' Allen E. Fosdiclt T. -N. Clark:.swamp to loaded cars) vegetable
mission form of To investigate secretary of agriculture to detail at ,land A. L. Davidson. The other count i
government. '
discounts j thorough-bred' stork'poultry ,
loans and were approved. }farms /
10 gallons of and 1 gallon of groves
gas .
procedure to least two competent inspectors to be was nolle pressed. lie was ....ntented !- \i
necessary Interest development
oil for heaviest man driving Ford 'in Three more indictments are now bees-or any or *;
about this form of stationed in different parts of Floridafor to three months in jail. A motion
parade offered by Kissimmee Motor bring new government pending against Donegan. United of Kissimmee and Osceol: ..
W. Saint in Kissimmee the following States District Attorney W. M. Go- the purpose of supervising anj was made for new trial and Evans'bond county.Mr t
Company-R. Chadwick committee G. P. Garrett certifying to the shipment of cattleto was fixed at $400.
was appointed: ber announced yesterday that the .
Cloud. W. J. G. M. Taylor Major interstate markets under the usual Yesterday afternoon the court adjourned Ashford's plan is to have moving
1 of unionalls for Steed government would be ready to try made the various -
t pair Headlight picture. of or- tfHganizations /
theslowestFord -driven -in.high gear. T. .M Murphy, and James M.Jofan- the case under these indictments on rules of at the seven-day bureau Including intervals two until-- Saturday- -morning. etc., as above mentionedand ," 4
in race, offered by Lyles V. Story rton. March-27. .Charge.sonthese- dippings> pre- then to offer the community s.
attend roods;! .. HELD PLEASANL SOCIAL .
To the state ,
good '
Company-W. B. Graddy of Kiajsiraroee. I ments are the same as those unde eedlntrlIhlpmeat.:0 art--opportunity-te--s.e-.themee-lve.-ar '
meeting to be held in Tampa at an which the defendant was acquitted Be It Further Resolved: That the
much The finished reel
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association the and A decidedly .entertaining sewing so per. may
date the committeewas request support
Michelin Tube for prettiest glel early following yesterday, according to Attorney Go- assistance of the senators and social was held yesterday afternoonat be kept as matter of records of Os .a P
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appointed E. L. D. Overstreet, mem-
driving Ford in parade, offered byV.. : ber. The total amount' for which ceola of 1922. This Is -
which hostess county an opno
I II. C.: Stanford, T. M. Murphy andJ. is held is said bers of congress from Florida In thl.reque.t Mrs. L. M. Keiser was -
Donegan responsible
B. Makinson Josie MakE. andOsoeola
Company boost Kissimmee
-- home rt unity to
j-; E. Lupfer. and that copies of this resolution at her 907 Emmett street t
inson. to be. approximately 180000. l furnished them the There was sewing and conversation, county, as the product wilt,
--------------- be by sec
One case honey for heaviest man Because of the absence of one of retary.Whereast'Tbeprges. and refreshments-and among, those! probably be shown elsewhere, and an'
---nd wife-driving Ford in parade, offered Klsaimmee. the government's leading witnesses has present were Mrs. England of Michigan : opportunity to help the civic department -'
often
k .tJ: by Kiasimmee Wholesale Gro- Kodak for Ford carrying (largest the three remaining indictments recoived ; Mrs. Boza and son, of Chicago of the Woman's Club) in it*!
...'t ,e.ry' Company-Mr. and Mrs. R. VI'Chadwick .. number of girls in parade! ,offered by against Arthur E. ,Donegan;-.former l'OfteOua.ttaeka and printed unjust the cattlemen and er Mrs Brinton; Mrs. H. N. Phillips and planting of trees on the"Kissiranoeo-r. } j
::"" c ,' of:Salnt-Cloud. Rexall Drug Store .-:-:--to M. Cosner president of the P'int'lUtlonal.Bank of upon ., daughterChrysune. of Michigan Saint Cloud road. '
:' ,:t.'Scofield Reference V'ble: for worst Kissimmee.MftViwr. . -. of Saint .Cloud, have been continued particularly: Florida' ; City. Indiana\ ;*Mre. B. Gordy, of. Elk- Pictures will be taken next Thnrs*' '. ":
. t \41119ep1danWng for the until, the next term of court. Done- Be Resolved} That every atembWrof.the -. hart Indiana; and Mrs.:J,Jiye...of day.. Friday and Saturday. Any eWe': 'x't'!
; fered by Miss Mattie Bandy-Kls- smallest auto in:parade, offered' 'byLester gin. was acquitted ,indictment acted: shall deem Cattle,it his Raisers'duty to Association : Kissimmee\ .. The affair' was v.ry.njoyabla sen orrout>> of. citizens' .la Oseeol +.<:;i"t"'t'.
.almmee'Auto Company. (XL O. Fry' AJford-W/B. Graddy of Kis .verdict on. the first ,which answer '_ county who may have.any private" or ..., -:r r
'y I"---. '*n.) simmee.' . was ttdedduring-tbls, ; .. *'ternv Tampa. an' inch"attacks. hi."writing. throughthe _-___________ public Interest which will be a boost .r "
T.h: ;; Tribune, March 23. _- said press.New ... The highest known hooso In the for the count ,.,,wiU please 'get iV; Ir'rtouch
; ; Knife for-, Electric Doll .
Ford for Ford
tounrar'enry- Lamp flying In '
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pass with H.D. Ashford the Park; .
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the son of "Wood" .T n..., 83, owner not known sinners. --' .
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'.C K CAPT. RICHMOND P. HOBSON ed were: Helen Am. president I; ;from a visit-to her son In Oakland, tendance at the W. C. T. U. meeting'''

;: ; "HERO OF THE MERRIMAC"Patriotic :'I Elizabeth Parker vtce-jntsMent; Rev. ,Murphy tilled his regular pipolntment.at on Wednesday'evening'at the Baptist
C M. A. ; I Thelma Sutton, secretary.treasurer Zephyrhills, Sunday church. It was resolved to have a
the bankrupt : Robert Buckles, sargent-at-arms anti Residents of Taft turned out en. food sale the Saturday before Easter
ford; Ruby Oliver, critic. After all buM- masse for the barbecue! at Kissimmee. in Orlando. A literary discussion
,.. rupt 'sale In ness matters were attended to, followed A good time was had by all who went followed by a musical: program ably
in which he another of those interesting debates to celebrate Ford Day at the sister rendered by Mrs. Cleveland, closed
be sold at j for which the >society is noted. city.. If Taft didn't .win .any .pri.... the meeting after. which the ...-TI.. '
this section. (I The subject was: we all got enough to eat. called to order by Its president, Master
It is Mr. t. i Resolved: That the Soldiers' Boh G. K.. Thomas, and his sisters, Mr. George Mitchell belt l a meeting-
clean out <<: I us Bill should not be passed by con A; Warner and Mr. E. Bray, who for the' e'or discussing thin
r ty N :'Kress. Those; on the'affirmative have
wer
possible and ex spent the winter here have 'ro summer program.
new and John Sanderson and Katbl.'rlne.TllIeri turned to their homes in the north. Mr. and Mrs. D. Cunningham spent

; on the negative, Dorothy Miller an' MVs. Minnie Riley Stowe, a former the :week-end with their parents: Mr II
"Push" j Clyde Harris 'So mi -strong point resident of Taft returned for a short and Mrs. P; parkx. T
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re 'I I )) were advanced "by both the affirm. visit to her friends. Mrs. Riley will: One of our moat progressive'' citl-
H. tlvo and the negative. Those of the be remembered for her pleasant personality tens, W. N. Gartman, has started a
!i -. negative were considered the stronger as well aa for her religions new industry in Taft and finds he
I however, .and1 the decision was and social work. has more orders for jam than he can
t I ) >' 1 411' given to them. Miss Mabel Hill and Spencer Locke : supply. It is to be. hoped that

., 'I Everyone is now;; busy making ''ie. took a trip to Pin Castle yesterday' through the association the manufacture -
', and had
an'enjoyable time. of strawberry jam will betoken
4 lections for the coining declamation
-' 'contest preliminary which will bo D. Locke and family spent Sundayat upon a large scale..
r r held in a few ''weeks. student their farm on Boggy C 'f'ek. -
lof'I IhtT' iigh school Every The stork visited Taft last week. When the bowels are costive the
those who
d j' have _won _declamation except lnedalar On Wednesday a daughter! !: was born: waste.maiter ferments.- producing a_ '
-- those -Mr; 'ndTMrsr;;Locke Wthorand gaseouS condition (hat Is disagreeable. "-
r physically unable, will take
daughter are both doing well. To remove the impurities quickly
in the
...... furt thn intar preliminaries.mt Judging Dr. Rivers, of Kisniinmce. was th,' a done of Herbino is needed. It does
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work
the tudents the final contest thhI .'
There was an unusually large at. Price, flOc Sold by J. Z. Itnberson.
will equal-If it docs not
year surpass :-
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_ 4 I! I 0OPERATIVEGROWERS ....New....
11 I statesman, scientist! and
-V ASSOCIATIONThe
orator, will speak In the K'' :.snnrntoI Blacksmith
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1 I Baptist church Monday evening usual good attendance and marked : -
March 27, at 7SO:: o'clock. I increase of enthusiasm was charartcrizcd -
I Subject: "Th Challenge of TheBlack at the, meeting TuesdHVnicht. "

i Flag and of. The Red Flag." The planting of strawl.erriesand I lirt Optitl a First' Class: die fir
I Captain Ilobspn is well known in methods of scllinir the crops Is:
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Kissimmee-having addressed a largo 1.1''atinvmuch interest: There wan Horseshoeing and Blacksmilhingand
t,4 '- a'udience here few, lie i is
.... yours ago. J much discussion ns to irrigation and
I devoting all of his time under the ''I..drainage-: Ther'. will ho a meeting all kinds of wprk in Iron. Steel and Plow- r

.." ] .1 Saloon theauspices League of to the tarrying National forwardthe Anti- I ni'xt Tuesday night when the "s"o- work; and will also do Wheelwright Work, and r
i.-ition hopelll-/ have received its
y y work of the dry law enforcemyntin.Ameriea .tutu-c-hartpr dtndwhenfartherplbe everything Jr.lrrA in f.FNFRAI RFPAIR SliD?.
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Penn's \ will, avail itnelf of the opportunity to I turn out nothing will be done but what is satisfactory. Every job

r Why? I hear the gifted orator on so great atheme. JEROME E. WIDE-MAN HEADS will be done by a Mechanic--and satisfaction is guaranteed.I .

.| l 1 f I AMERICAN LEGION I am located on the alley just north of the Christian church.
I All are cordially invited. Admission with; entrance either from Main street or Broadway and invite your .-
free.FUNERAL. I I Martini; ooinp and civic heiutvv'el' .
j < r in the ab-ndnr wliv-h: mn"'-,>J thoclixo patronage.
l ) SERVICES LAST ( at T'alni Reach Fridnv afternoonof P. W. MEIRR Proprietor 9 Mai. Street
; I ,!I FRIDAY FOR MISS THORNDYKE :I[ the nundanoo and the Am.r'anI \ ,
.. Leirion! convention in the processionwith -
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I Simple impressive, touchingly tender the T.ep-ionnurie we"e decorator! --- J .. _ _ _ _ __. -- h 1fOOAOOO.
So were the last rites expressed nf flask heflairireii! automobiles school
,4 Miss Tho '.. fureral held in the I I oo.t..O..iO'"o.'oO''OO.0009 T
i -an 'ndykl. i-Hlc'ron) in classic t'nlltllmeantI theS'piin"le F
chewing 'i parlor's of the Thompson iln Ierta'c-:! II Indians and their varicolored ,

F mtf rooms R. ....Friday Hoilnctt.afternoon.R. I IV Walke-Reverends i I: dregs.V1'ith the. "command" fall out thesoldiers'

't ] : and L. II. Kirkhy presided. Miss three-dr.v reunion came to WHY PAY RENT ?

n.at 4 Thorndyke'H life was beautifully per un end l and their homeward marchwas
Buy that of Dorcns. who
trayed as always begun./:
Try it. thought of others. At 2:30:: o'clock Earlier in the day their business
dition. i 1 .v the body, in its flower-covered casket /oP"'OIhlld' held with the selection; When You Can Buy a Home and 1
was. borne to the station for i its of officers and selection of Penfcacolna
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final Like blanket of Pay For It Like Rent?
journey. u (next vciir's meeting!? nlace. ,
+p chewing 1 sweet memories were the beautiful'' Jerome K. Widenian. local attorney -
Florida flowers, so much loved by the! WIIH elected tAte commnndi-r If the 1ious.es-Tliave do -lJ T suit l youJTor one built according. ;t

;& : deceased that accompanied her from over' H. Neil Kirkman. of PnlatVi. (u )Bur klerf. Every property will be sold on easy terms. .
her beloved Southland. and John Holtt-n .
Dr. of Sarasoto
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il I fire Commanders elected were as THIS IS JUST LIKE PUTTING MONEY IN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT. :
(Plain spoken folks. every little
follows: ___ ?.
while run up against n human sword-I .
Fiat DictriyDr.I ; Hotton. V \
j fish. I IKING'S 1 Serond, District W. W. Hampton. CALL AND TALK IT OVER WITH
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I DAUGHTERS I'I jGainesville Third Di..tril.t-4". A. Landrum I
ELECT OFFICERS ', IVnsacola. I H. STANLEY BULLOCK
P'r j I' i 1 Fourth Di..tril.t-1\lr.. Kirkman.\
A dominant force for good in the Thomas W. Davis! of Tamon was. State Baak Building- KISSIMMEE
Methodist church is the well-known,
named stute adjutant and Claud l C
C long-established ('la..l\-. the Kins'. Jones.! Arcadia finance officer. General :- + U H 0 uo..o .ooc o.. o. . ..t+ fr** +*+.*4.U "" r\\
I| with its efficient teacheMrs. -
.t Daughters, i
Mae. Albert H. Blandimp!, of Bartow, .
I). G. Wagner. Its members in .. ,
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l dude young matrons i\nd young ladies 0.0 0 G GHUHftUOOCouootUO..oooooooooou 00 oo. \
of the congregation. Class stu-Jy MEETING TOO SMALL TO :
and class meetings are held in Ih,' I FORM BUILDING AND LOAN :
-() I I Bungalow and visitors are cordially: J
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for our, invited to attend the Sunday morning, The attendance the meeting : Women Must Register ii
BOOK, service at 9:45 o'clock. The scope of ; called by Attorney Milton Pledger :
i perts. Tbe social service work is unlimited but the :Chamber of Commerce room, '
best In probably the Methodist Orphanage, 'It'Monday eVl"ninato discuss the advisability .
They have Enterprise, is the institution secondary I 'of organizing a building :
:shown la Florid in I ,.' in the hearts of the class membership ,and loanassociation, was deemed too If They Would'V 1e :" ,
that is, secondary to the small1 to take definite action' on BO : .
request. church. The class-represents several! important a question, and was, adjourned .
4,.. ; different homes and many different to the next meeting: of the '
a Royal views but the spirit of the mightyis Chamber of Commerce, when it i ilL : ; : -: .. : ; .-
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y Box, : : unity; expected the matter will be further
i aential liberty; In all things 1-haritv."' considered. Mr. Fiedler had drafted .

-. -, '1 At the annual election! of officers a tentative charter for the organization : n WILL BE NECESSARY FOR ALL WOMEN WHO
T. .. Tuesday afternoon following ladies and came prepared to answer. '
'I'T. were elected to (serve the 'n"'J all'questions.. : WISH: TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION '
ing year: _
E I President-Mrs. J. Z. Robot won. FORMER KISSIMMEE MINISTER : TO BE HELD IN JUNE' TO REGISTER. REGARDLESS .. '
A. W Bailey. [ $ *
I Vlt'I.-preKidpnt-M1'II. : HAS REMARKABLE CAREER : '
r I I Secretary-Mrs.: Lee Rovers. :' .. OF THE FACT THAT THEY MAY HAVE REGISTERED >;,'
I Corresponding secretary --' Mr- The Boston Sunday Post, Mardi
i I Dolph Walker. '' 12:!, contains one half-page illustrat'veof : FOR THE GENERAL! : ELECTION IN 1920. DO NOl
:: Trl'asurLr-Mrs. Howard Anderson the life and work of Dr. J. C. Mas- 1>
,1 Theie is as insistent call from heachpr'and see, one lime pastor of the KiasimmmiBaptist ' DELAY BUT REGISTER NOW. FORGETFULNESSMAY
t the faithful attendant church but now in charge of :
tea. that those who have been irregular cf the Tremont Tempi Baptist church LOSE YOUR VOTE.: k!
late-join in the\ rarku and work for of Boston one of the largest churchesin :
greater loyalty-having the constant the country. EDGAR D. KATZ. 'i..
urge- Much local interest centers in Dr. : '
Loving because I must. Maasee, as in 1800! he was pastor Supervisor Registration./ .
: : Giving because I cannot keep. here, and in June of that year he ,

I Doing for the joy of it. married Miss Mary Ola Oliver: : 000. 0 'IOOO'. oo.uO O.OOHOH..ooooo.oo... ... ''i
daughter of lion. J. S. Oliver, of Kis- ,
I' and sister of Mrs. N. C.
.f SClOOTES simmee, - ,-,
When : Bryan and Mrs. Marion Carson. Dr. .(u.'OOOOAO'O .oC QOei444044P06800fi 08 G88 till!
Massec, who i I" a cousin of N. C.,
F. C., and Miss Mary Bryan, wa. : ',
Lanier Literary Society
born in Mamhallviiie, Georgia, in .
q; > "" I The literary society held I I in 1871. He graduated from Merger : Merchants & Farmers Bank
'' meetingon Friday the seventeenth. University Georgia and from the ..
After .he roll had been called, und! Southern Baptist Theological Seminary .
7a... I'I' the minutes of the last meeting hid at Louisville, Kentucky, To :t of Ki..immee
I. ,. > been read the society was entertained Miss Mary ('. Bryan, his cousin, men-
with a very clever little two-net tioned in the illustrated article, hepays :
? And with i I < ploy] entitled: A Rummage Sal? at high tribute for her priceless .
yon" have I I Hickory Hollow." The cast displayedremarkable help and inspiration while in college,
4i 'knowing } tallent. and possibly through her was the beginning INVITES BUSINESS FROM EVERY

S .taining 1 ('1I"t. j I jI of the happy romance and BUSINESS; MAN I IN KISSIMMEE ;
most I \ I Ruth-Dena Snodgrass. the delightful home life which remains -
May-Lauretta Snodgrass. : today.Dr. .
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i :.fine i Grac-...Eunice Rivers. |i Mas ee's first pastorate was in I
: ;; genius I Gust Johnson-Eleanor Rosen. Kissimmee. Since then he has preached ..
J to:devise. i Miss Hunter -.Eugenia Akerman. in Italy, France England. Canada
i I Miss Splvens-Elizabeth Carter. and in 27 states of the union. The
:I : I Mrs Hopkins-Ina Harvey. Boston Post carries pictures of the '
... .... }I| : Mrs. Perkins-__Klmbrough' Olfver. doctor i his "wife' ; three sons and Every Precaution Within Banking Power Islaken-t to \
\ ':; Samantha Smath'ers Clarabell one daughter, all of whom have
{ | 1 Yates. I achie\ed or are achieving in life the 4

I I Jack (The Gentleman)-Ruth Fer- things most worth while. Dr. Mas- Protect Our Patrons \ x-
is soul winningmy
tic. see says: "My hobby
I' i I A Lady-Virginia Lesley.i : recreation is preaching." +

i i Another I.ady-Jeanette Souires.
) l I Between 'acts the society waa fav- ITEMS FROM TAFT I
yr't lored with several vocal selections by -
Miss Shuman, accompanied by Eliza Dr. Gould, of Iowa, who is staying 1 .
Itt Saint Cloud, preached to the congregation
> .beth Waring, at the piano. After the of the Methodist: church on OFFICERSJ.
) i[ play there was still a few minutes I M. WILLSON. President
't . '. ,' left so Eleanor Ovrstreet gave two I Sunday, Dr. Gould's eloquent appealfor LEWIS O'BRYAN., First Vice-President
; and will all .
the peace good among -at .
clever readings. These completed R"C'MINICK.:: cond VicePreiidenIDIRECTORS
: all walks: of life made a .
k ; .; .. .. program. pound impression on his audience. .
,a. 4' Deb tieg dab i After service; Dr. Gould and Rev. ,
I :Parker were entertained by A. E. G w
DR. C. D. CHRIST: J. M. LEWISO-BIJYAN.
The Henry W, Grady DebatingClub Boyce. W1LL5ON ,
I met Friday, March 17. in the : OLyman Bowman and his mother R G. MINICK .' R. E. GRA3EL
:' I Ninth grade room. As it was the .have moved into his new cottage en \ '
.'.'i ., the highest point in the United States regular election day the club elected I Second street. .e
;. .,&'.east of the. Rocky ,Mountains its third set of officers.. Those elect- Mrs. G. W. Hardwsy has returned ... . . .... ... .... .......-... ........ to. . .... . ..... .. . ,-

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f .,. I.hftve purchased the Stanford stock: of goods and will offer you bargain that have never been henrd of here before. Every Item .ItJJta' ,

: 1- !: .,. ..:.<,{ etocb will be-put out at real bargain prices. We have already received shipments of new goods and have more in transit. Our doors.: t' ht'p a

I r are closed:: and will be closed until the opening day, sorting over the goods, and all that are not up to the standard, we are placing. on:;.' .' I

1 Bargain counters at almost price. Come in and get acquainted with the new proprietor, ', i"
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Another man's loss .is your gain; te sure and be on' hand next Friday., Sole will continue Fifteen Days. Every item a real bargain:'in' '

..; this store. COME'IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. ..4 -. : .
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;Y Men's and, Boy's Underwear Ladies and Children's' Shoes:; i
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' Gingham ..............__...........-..._.__......_%Sc to 121/ Queen Patent '"
:,. I'9 ? UNDERWEAR Pillow Tubing ______ ____________________.________40c to S8e36inch Quality Pump French Heel $11.00 gra h-_-.$.W:' ..
'. Men Balbriggan Two-Piece Suit. $U50 value, for___________89s ,Bleaching _-________ ... 10V4 to 91/ae Queen Quality Patent Pump Low Heel. $9.00 grade..":':__::._4.M
.Men' Athletic B. V.'D. Style_.:____________________________79c Chevoit ___,----------------------------_-1_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__________17ePercals Queen Quality Kid Oxford. Medium Heel $11.00 grade_ __.:__, S43
Men's Elastic Seam Dr wen, $1.00 and $1.25 value__________69c ________________________________________,---._19e Queen Quality, Brown Brogue Oxford _________...._.._....'&98' ;
Men' Mesh Union Suits, knee length__________.____,.-------98cMen' : Calico. _..,..__________________________________________? 8c Queen Quality, Black Kid Pump, $10.00 grade__, _______...',4.5";
Sealpax Union, or Two-Piece Suit, $1.50 value_________98c Khaki good grade _________ _..______ .____29c -
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Men' B. V. D. Two-Piece Suit*___________________________98c Blue Denim ________,-______-_____________________________27e Pump. $8.50 grade ..-._..._-.._:::4J9, ;
Men' Otis Balbriggan Two-Piece. Suit $2.00 value__________$1.39 Outing Flannels ________________________._________39c to 19c One aad Two Strap Pump, Preach or Baby French HeL .WIaite.K!. ' w
(I .. Boys Basket Ball Shirts __________________--______19c to 28c Madras. 36-inch __-r_______-:_________________.:._____-____33c Oxford and Pump; Children' Strap Peeps. Whit.X Brw: aid :,
\' Boys' Mesh Union Suits and Two-Piece Suits__________48c to 98: Black. Abo '
t., Every piece of good in the house reduced. Next Tuesday we will Barefoot and Lace Sandal. .. w. :.
have a big lot of Dotted Swiss, Organdie, and Voile in the latest r
Ladies' and Children's Underwear
color. and pattern Toilet 4 Roll _____,________ __,,_ .
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i' Misses Vests __-___________________________________8c to 17c _
'.' Ladies: Veils ________________:.____________________8c to 69c Gilt Exlge: Shoe Polish -------------_______..:._.._22e, ; ;
);. Ladies' Shirts __________________________________________39c Ribbon and Laces of every description-'Price* 'o theygo Carter' Black Ink ----------.--_________________8cMen's '.' ":
/+ Ladies' Union Suits _______.____________________________39c quick. .. t Ii,
Ladies; Union; Sealpax _________________________________.__98c :
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s Suit Case. ___________________________.______$.... Men's Palm Beach Suits Florsheim Shoes in Brown Black and Tan Oxford or Bal.. > ,y ,
I I Dark Colon _________________________________________$11.98 248 pairs at high as $16.00 grade, on sale at7.35 to $9.69 > v" '
Shoe Polish ________________________________ ..09Ladies' Palm Beach Pant ___-'_____________________________.:.__ 4.79 W. L. Douglas Shoes English or: Round Toe Oxford or BaL. *.' ":

'\:' Pant _____---______.:_________________________$8.35 to $2.93 Tan. Black or Brown Kid a* high as $14.00 grade, on . ' ,', .: ,
( i. Dresses Slicker Coats _________________ _______________________.2.*& sale at -_----------------------___________,.$4.98 to $8.98 ,I'II .
i I Big line of Rubber Sole, Easy Wajker and Work"Shoe*, Amy StyU-i ,
1; We Lave a profusion of Ladies and Children' Drese*-many of them HosieryMen's Work Shoe, etc. '. :"c'.
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1 nice. Some shop-worn, which we will dose out at astonishing t tMe.
i low very House Dresses, Bungalow Apron, Bath! Robe, Kimonas Sox ________________________I_____________$1.29 to 9cChildren' .'* Hosiery, Suspender, Neckties, Collars, rr
.. and price Colored Voil, Gingham, Silk and Serge Dl'f'ue.49c to $18 Hose __________________:_________________49c to 19c Shirt and Pant, all at Bargain Price Underwear Ores I, ((5
. f nice Ladies' Hose_____________________________________$1.98 to' 9c t "

Men's Dress Shirts Mess Hats ____________________________________79e to $2.75 Me '* Sox ,per pair_____?______________________:ff ;p
t.' Dress Shirt a* high a* $4.50 and a* low .a* 48c. Men' Collar
1. Blue Work Shirts____.:.___________________________-59c to 69c ARMY PANTS AND SHIRTS CHEAP -------------------------------12Vie o-
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\ FOUR THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. MARCH 24, 1922 +

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y, M AGAINST 'STOCK-EXCHANGE GAMBLING ORLANDO SHOULD-BE: VERY CAREFUL I (CLOSES THE f1.ANrS--SA ALL TROUpLE:

KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE
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SEVERAL time The Gazette has alluded the those the hat ,
to ANOTHER one cases wher adroit.tockdis"oter LITTLE Rhode Island solved Hhe stnlce; ques-

'". worst form of gamblng to be.found in the United States would get "a certain: few interested"1 anJ tin-and solved it in what we have' Iways 'maiqtllined

THE!! KI88IMMKE PUBLISHED. : VALLEY EVERY UAZKTTEl KniPATBT : COMPANY -the slock'ucha ge. The government hat'eliminated then le( ,the home folks, hold the sack is in Orlando, was ,the best and safest manner. The te,.tjle,manufacturers

K1881MMEK. FLORIDA the lottery-7>-which it invented and fostered many' years where a picture promoter from Bostqn has been outlining have merely closed down' their mills:for an .indefUnite :

ago; state have ostracised roulette and stud-poker) ; cities 'll:.e plans. of erecting a! studio for ihe motiori picture %period. 'This gives those who desired forty-ight

n W., B. HARRIS R. O.'roaldeni VANS AaNEttr Secretary have forbidden poker and faro; counties have placed a business and "disposing of a certain amount of stock" I hours pay for forty-four. hour work an opportunity to

;k W. I>. THORNDTKB. Editor ban on craps and "skin;" yet all, the while there is allowed After all the stock has been placed and paid. for. what: go and secure' it elsewhere. It avoids all trouble with

r __ the greatest of all g .mbling-lI\ 'stqck exchange, will the people have? unions. It simply demonstrates that when the manufacturers

6vfdcmrTIoY: : HATIBS It has not one leg of morality upon which to stand it i is ""said, "we afford lo do what demand."*. t4.
On. Copy. One Y ar.. j.........:._1 1 00 ; West Palm Beach wa once skinned win the same cannot you
ana' Copy, MIx: )Ionth"w..w---___.--...-... ..011 morbid myopic:' mystification: and leads 'to more 'crime way. Other cities have been skinned in the tame Un. I they were in earnest. Sometimes the unions ate wrong

r 4 One Copy. Three Monthi._._-.T....,:._---..-.-.-,._ ..B'lEnt and dulled consciences than all the kaloons that ever fortunately the genius who puts up the spell always way. has 'I that they do not .have the 'public sympathy'.-and when

( rd at the poKtnffloc at Klumlmnice.' Florida, stood on Americas soil. The daily press it slowly but a plentitude of verbiage-.but a correrponding shortageof ', that is missing the strike it lost In Tampa! the printers

a* second-class matter.) gradually taking up 'the plaint of the common. people cash.. Of course he can explain what a wonderful I i I', and employees of' the Tribune; were getting along nicely ,

All communication. except from .uthorli>..l correitpondnt . against its continuance. thing it will be for the city, what an enormous payroll and everyone was satisfied until some walking delegate,

Rejected .matter mu.t l"will a aimed,he returned by the If writer.called for. Says Henry Ford's Dearborn Independent upon this will float out from the cashiers office when the ihinj I with malice aforethought suggested the plan of four

r .. -- subject: gets going anj all that sort of stuff. No doubt it would I hours pay for doing nothing- actually asking that Santa

--.---- -I-.f'.I.I... Pr _tatt ve ._>---_ _.,.Stock .exchanges, boards of ,trade. curb brokers .. -JmLtllIuujgine.1pJ.jhouldalwayibejnadetojiuijiiy!: ? .I Claus perambulate every payday. As n result the union

N, I THE AMERICAN PRESb ASSOCIAJIICW! and other gambling age/tcies/ by which-thil) ll.ilJ two dollars for each dollar he may gLt out of the, peo: i ha7l been"weakened;""manroE-1he-workmenre--acauered-

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--- -- ----- bears manipulate prices have the greatest. influence on pie. That would be proof that the promoter hal belie! I over this and adjoining'state.., and they are alt doing a'

N"" ,. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1922IIIUT10IIIT prices. It ii not necessary that either 'lie buyer or seller in the proposition. full week's work--wherever they are so fortunate as to

,_ ..0- _, iri the speculative 1 --market handle the commodity have"a" "job; Where they have no job they arIL.be.in.t
Within a year there has been a fellow covering, Tie j ; -
which he i is "dealing." During the civil war men in with film I assisted' from funds begrudgingly yielded by men! working -
Mate a poorly-gotten-up showing a mess
i ; city, village and hamlet "bo"I ht' and "sold" very j forty-eight hour week. Sixty hours week .
every a a never
of amateurs in a several-reel picture} *nd he told eery I
1 (fOR THIS WEEK gold when there was not an ounce of that metal to city he struck, that he had decided that nothing: had he yet ha harmed any man.

be found outside the vaults of the eastern banks, II
..' and actually for sale. These transactions ever seen so fittingly appropriate for magnificent' settings ANOTHER Seminole has been murdered tw'a white
none were
; then he desired "to get come stock soli right away man-and the man' has been arrested. Jack Tigertajl '
IF:-If my people which are called by my name, purely a gamble men neglecting: business to wager
in his undertaking. The people were '1 bit shy. ,it is believed well-known on both east and West coasts as an' Indiairof
aball humble themselves and pray, and Beck my face, on the daily shift. The business is as surely a game of
r' .. as he suddenly left for fields. d'
"* greener good repute was murdered west of Miami by a man'
.. chance of cards. It is The
in3"Tufri from their wicked ways* as any games worse. man "II
Orlando ..hould'go slow unless the can named Charles Webber-and the murderer ..
was
promoter J.
who stakes his cards risks that rf g .
THEN:-Ihen will I hear from heaven, and will money at merely -- '
match dollars with his co-partners. nixed by Charley Billie who tersely said: "That's him. "TV
which is his himself and those
forgive their sin, and'will heal their land.-2 Chronirlea own.-only depending "'S '
And that expression coming from e e mmole'who saw
on him being immediately affected. He who -
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: in the necessities of life in industrial stocks gambles or IN Pensacola the News has devoted considerablespace the crime i i. enough evidence to hang any'' man-for the '.1'.

in the stock exchange dabbles in the to announcing that there is a resident in that city! Seminoles are a truthful people. Not fo many years ago
on j I
THINGS HAVE MIGHTILY CHANGED ._ any life way of the people.To who is a cousin of Viscount Lascelles. who recently married another Seminole was murdered by a member" of the :v i iI

j very be sure, the loser in a grain tiansaction has Princess Mary. Cousin are afar cff. There is a ,I Ashley gang-the tough element of the Batt coastbut .f.

{ TIME once was when going Into a drug store to buy opportunity to save a part of his wager if he can secure man caring for one of the bridges in Daytona formerly' an idiotic and prejudiced jury declared' that as it was ;

1 some trifling article the buyer would say: "I need two and deliver the goods more cheaply than the a resident of Palm Beach county who is a cousin of I "only a Seminole they'd better let Ashley go." Possibly '

'' or three corks at t home. Gi me a couple." }And the druggist cost of paying the but that is rarely Princess Pat, whose special regiment from Canada was j j ja there'll be another jury of the same serf to try Webber -t.
wager '
would hand several for which**there factor in settling the war-and she that Webber has sufficient fund
out was no done. During the world war this country paid an strong overseas wa provided a to pay "

charge. But not now. enormous tax on the speculation of With immense I a most magnificent woman--but he isn't realizing any high-priced attorneys. From the brief evidence1 'of Charley .'_
sugar.
It used be that could into shoethop reduction of his bills that iclalionship. Billie Webber should be hanged.
lo one go any in with grocery on
supplier rotting Havana capital and ._ _.. , ,
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where he had done business and "Wish ,
ever say: you became '" '
tonnage kept out of competition the mari- I
would give me a pair! of ihoe-lacei." And (the dealer time control was in the hands of one group, there THESE CONSTITUTE 'I PERTAINING TO CHURCHES NEMEYER'S BAKERY
.1 would gladly hand out the best in the house. But not I' I
A "FOR HIRE" CAR DESTROYED BY
claimed to be great shortage. Especially in the can- First Baptist Church FIRE
.
now. The price will be from a nickel to two bite.i at' MILTON PLEDGERI a
when domestic SAYS
ning season consumption was its
P i Once upon a time one could enter a meat market height the housewife was robbed in the retail prices. Rev. J. A. Sutton. D. D., Pastor. town A part of the population of tha I
pound of steak and have slices of liver have received a ruling from tho was aroused at four o'clock *
VPA buy couple
a a
r Sugar that could have been sold at a slight advance comptroller of Florida as ti.> what it The pastor having returned from this morning by the fire alarm whI -';\ .+.
t and a soupbone thrown in for good measure. But not from pre-war figures could not be had for five times and what is not the operation of an Montverde, will have charge of the tie. It 'proved to be Niemeyer's bnk- .> .. .

: now. Between the bone and the liver there'll be a as much except in limited quantities. But the inevitable atomobilc truck "for hire," and give services Sunday.The ery that was in flames. Though a de- f

charge of from thirty to fifty cents. break and found warehouse full of the same for public information ami topics for consideration will he termined "effort was made by the company
Yet there are people now living who will enter anewspaper came every government. for the Sunday school) class at 9:45:'>: to extinguish the.'flrfc!' the buitpl .I
office and ask-and sugar and every broker eager to evade cancella- "Where a truck owner has con- "God and the Nations." ink burned to the around. \

1' expect to receive-pub tions.. One day refusing to accept business at a tracted with a number of growers to For' 11:00 o'clock: "The Church, Mr. Niemeyer stated this morning )
licity for some affair free of all chatge-forgetting that I Christ '' and for evening that it was a total loss of $2,000. I I i
r specified price the next day the wholesaler demanded remove fruit from proves to a pack the Body of ; : an ( I
t it costs considerable to set the article, something to edit it was not insured. ..
acceptances of consignments at the high figures inghouse for a consideration in my "Christian Welfare. __ . I
t it and that it occupies space which i if the owner's only Judgment he is operating "for hire." A welcome awaits you at the
when the order entered. CIVIL
h lock in trade prevailing was "Where one contracts to remove Church of the Bible, and for the Peo SERVICE EXAMINATION 1i
The truth is that there has been no time when the -- 1r i)
Every thousands of dollars fruit or any other commodity from pie. A civil .service examination
gives of I
newspaper away applicants
a supply of necessities has not been equal to the demand one point to another using more. for .
worth of its and labor. Yet postofAcoi *{erk-carrier ,
annually, it must give Christian Chorea
space and it is equally true that the natural law has than one means of transportation if positions is announced for April :15, .ito :'
at discretion. Every line in a paper is an "advertisement"of if that portion of the route covered I'I .:
not been operative because of the cupidity of men Rev: J. G. Waioroner, Pastor be held in the high school buildinsr. .
t some sort It is an advertisement say that "Lawyer able to control. The same interference with legitimate by the truck is charged for or com I I __ Further information can be received -

o j. Boggin was called to Hayseed Crossing upon legal'bus- separate figure, In my 10:00: a. m.-The Bib\e school at the pontoffice. .
is Even Jhe judgment- :
industry prevalent. bankial'bu-
iness" but ther ia charge for it. It is advertisement 11 i* operating 'for hire' views a wonderful quarter of Jf re-I .
; no an I
iness itself is affected. When two Chicago-banks "Where an exchange or other corporation history The packing plant nt Chipley which : &

.f to say that "Mrs. J. M.: Jimpson has just! returned were absorbed in rival interests we were told their or individual owns a truck, 11:00: a. m.-communion. followed i has. been closed down for a short /". .

from some of the great northern markets, where she'or- depositors "were saved. That is a good thing. But and contract to haul, pack and ship by a sermon on "The Invoice of Spir- time has. reopened bit a much more .
'dered her fall goods'*-yet no bill is sent for publicity. I fruit for the publis, if a charge is itual Possessions." ,extensive basis.
the "Tilden interests wiped out" That not i
were was made for the hauling or a "fee for ,
,
t Hundreds of bits of advertising are inserted as new I IIn.every'line 7:30 p. m* Sermon on the "Prep The
good at, all hauling Is included in the charges, a aration and Geography of Pentacos- contract for the erection of tho
which are really advertising-but the newspaperman render of industry the same struggle is to be 'for hire' license should, in my judg- tal." ,' laboratory building at the tobacco j ,
.)
no bill. safes ment, be carried on the machine." I station near Quincy, has been awarded
7:80 Wednesday. Prayer
Sales of industrial stock really
not ,
tx are p.
. teen. I to the Southern
No self-respecting in these day can give "The .Self Satin, Construction Com 't
paper away
only gambling on the prospects. The stocks mayor ABANDONED SUIT CASE AND meeting Subject: pany of Pensacola. The bid I jl
was
i I" its advertising and expect to meet its payroll. What i i. actual Few do fied. around t
today. 10000.
not investment "'
to be given free"aDd what is to be paid for rests entirely' may represent bonds for and APPAREL I Every service important; a cordial - .---- ,. '
Many depend running
on expenses welcome to all.
'' upon the'editor;. and he would be silly to boost for tome- the stockholder is taking chances of realizing on his Early Wednesday morning wom- l

: thing which is no local Affair but which merely concernsfirms. But the effect on, the i industry is plainly bad. an' al'pareltoilet articles empty j St. John' (Episcopal) Chorea t
money. likewise suit nil
, ;, people., or corporations' distant! point which 'and purse, empty cane.! J POLITICAL COLUMN :
of demand
r. Meanwhile- with the law ?supply jn- carelessly thrown about on the lawn .Rev. t/IlVmrhby, Rector., .
have interest from home in -
gather ,
no away except to the business J Crawford home attracted ""
operative through ability of big group of the W B. .-
.l'money J from distant point and fatten their bank-accounts. to control business of every, nature, the 'world looksto attention of passersby. The po. Fourth Sunday in Lent. ,,", ,..
ti y7fr-The'reputable\ ; ) local paper has ever'' good things toy lice was notified, who gathered.{the ". 9:45: 'a. m.- Church school. "ii" '
business for relief the
*
from
big : consequent fvil' 'the 10:00-8. m.-Adult Bible lallll: FOR STAlK >. -"'! "
ay along the, line of anything which may add.to the} excellence conditions. The farmer seeks aid in loans, that will 'I clothing, found in the suit ealle i ATTOH .y .11.I 11\. ,
of its own ,locality which will aid some individual empty purse, a card bearing! the nameof 11:00 a. m. Mornin? Prayer and ,. am a candidate tor'81ate Attorney "
;
only tighten the chains'of his slavery the manufacturers Miss E. Lee, New York These, Sermon. Subject: "The Christian for tho Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of
'
: 'N 'F! who i i. anxious\ to benefit the city or the county; seek a restriction of competition by high im- I with the suit case, were taken. to the Responsible for His Influence Over "Florida to nuoceed myiif-lf In tile. democratic "
I which will bring into prominence special features which. I I:Others." primary June A1D21.. I haveserved
be is
duties, and the international financiers become courthouse to kept, necessary, you falthtully."lth your enrlorarnifnt .
,'' if developed will magnify the possibilities of the come port as clues. I Each Wednesday afternoon at three I will contlnii.... lo eftiilent- l,
this more and more the masters of the world.Pulpitt The supposition is that some wom- o'cloi there will b0 a meeting: at the ly. promptly and uprightly discharge
munity a extent. All and hundreds of things ,
great the
crowded with 'I trust lou have given'; me. dmotlnrf
and platforms are gifted orators \ haM been residence of Mrs. Thomas Hornsby,
besides the In an on a Jn, or elsewhere 1 all nuch talents and expel li>nvt* ita I
r newspaper gives freely. return for all who plead for some great uplift. Paid speakers go about robbed-that the suit case had been 121 Drury avenue, south, for mission; '' law[ neB to ......Ialnlnl{ ajifl. enforcing the
this the newspaper entitled to everything that bears the the at governmental to bring about some relieved of valuables and the remainder I( study. The !same nfternoon Lenten and protecting: tn. Inlerciitil orfh'i
country expense tate and the
tinge of real publicity; the support of those living in the reform. Independent faddists seek everywhere do tossed into the lawn of this 1'1'.I"PfI will be held at five o'clockin HvlylliK upon niy prunl ncoid, .of I (u.r my', .and circuit vrlllappruclutM

r community which the publication is continually devoting away vacant property. Saint John's church thtt suppurt, < upon
with some little insignificant thing which seems not to ,, Sofourners in KlRRimmee are cordially cratlrotere.. men and women of the f j

4 so much space in eulogizing; the encouragement agree with them-and they are anxious to cover a lot of RESOLUTIONS IN MEMORY invited to this service. I IChri.t' circuit JOSEPH H JONEltOrlando ,.
of individual who re.ident-no whether
f every is a matter territory under the nom de plume of the "Well-known i ___ _, _ Florida... .
b .r lie be rich or poor. Whereat: It has pleased AlmightyGod Church J 1 ;
Professor Talkalot"But to call from our midst our ho- FOR ,STATE ATTOH'XIfjY!; .
While with Pentecostal
bo..tfulven )
endeavoring to not (
: humble spirit it appear be safely said The Gazette is why not concentrate upon ridding the country ,, love friend and brother, George W. Corner Brack and Oak StreetsR. i T mState a candidate for the office of .
an -
may Saunders who was one of the most t
of the of the stock exchange? Attorney the Heventrtnth
curse
one great I ;
i known throughout the state better than any other one I respected citizens of Osceola county D. Walker, Minister. Judicial Circuit, ':rr"'I .., .aubjret tothe

weekly paper and from its columns are clipped, always ONCE MORE THE "CURFEW BELL" and: :a true and faithful Woodman of'I Parsonage Rear of Church. Phone 326 June l mocratlc a. 11111. Primary. to be held

Y with credit- article* which bring publicity to Kissimmee the World to that City not made I respectfully! coheir the vote and +,
I reward hit .Support of the of
the of voters
ti There is not an issue of the paper but what is widely quot- with hands to reap 10:00: a. m.--Sunday school. Inter Onceola, Orange Democratic and Lake Counties. r
ONCE more is Saint Petersburg "wrought labors i national lesson. Classes for all If nominated and appointed I pledge
ed in all section and ages.
of the whenever the
state- name this time being over the children who having up.-\\ Therefore Be It Resolved: That 11:00 a. rn. Divine worship. Ser to the people of this l nlrcult a faithfulperformance
. of Kissimmee appears there is bound to accrue some while we mourn his loss we bow In bible of the Vlufles ef the office.R. .
the extreme age of "fifteen-goin on rixteen" mon. Special teaehinlf. I". MAOU1HK.
that is for Kissimmee. humble submission to the will of our
publicity good 7:00: m.:-Divine worship. Evangelistic -
the parental rulings and will persist in remaining p.
The Gazette is the for'the benefit of the people. grown Heavenly Father; Message. Inspirational Sing-- For *........,.' .'. at.K1.t..a" '
paper on the street at night till after nine o'clock. Being That we extend to the bereaved Cs
and the people must understand that it is the organ of no ing1. I present my name 'to the voterS lithe >
in this
habit widow sympathy
unable to check the staying-out within the family our deepest
7:80: p. m.-Thursday, Praise. Testimony June primary as candidate for
faction the servant of no class, the hireling of no organ -from the fact that the early training of the kids wasa sad hour and commend her to God PreachingEverybody nomination to the office of eupervlsor
ization. It is, however, always laboring for the advancement who alone can comfort and heal the i>f rCllotraUon-.ubJ..ct the expres-: "
cordially invited to all\
sorry misfit, and that obedience was never enforced lon of the voters In' that primary.
of all that is good for this and this and broken heart: services.r< for
city county; children abused Come. "Pray. "Be sixteen yean I have been chair
? deserves when were young--the poor parent That a copy of these resolutionsbe lieve." man of the county school board_n t
it
i the united of resident of Osce- I
support every now desire to thrust upon the city officials the onus of sent to his widow and that a copy I am herewith t belle maar .

ola County. fighting out the family matters. be spread on our minutes and also WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETYThe ability.friend who If nominated had such for the position In thy i'of

yo The officials of the city will doubtless commence the published in The Kissimmee Valley, supervisor of registration of Osce 1,
, BOARD OF HEALTH HARD UP" Gazette. literary and social meeting of \ ola county I promise that my service .'/'
curfew business "Commence" is an appropriate term J. L. OVERSTREET.. will be Just aa thorough as In the position
the Woman's Missionary Society of I have mn long held. I shall appreciate t
# and expression. As in every other city where the cur- G. B. WOODALL.H. '
f "OWING to, the reduction of village the state board few has been introduced the parents of the first half- M. PEAKE. the Methodist church met Monday I friends the support of my' many T:if ,.- ..

01 health has been compelled t to curtail many of its activities hundred children arrested for violating the rules will appear Osceola Camp No. 79, Woodmenof afternoon in the 'Bungalow. A very W. C. BASa

.'' says a letter from that body "so that we may before the court ,and beg that Cyrus or tinv The World. interesting and pleasing program was Per Cap.r ".. 10' K_U -
tome within the income allowed. I I I ling rendered. .
errand. I hereby announce myself candidate
Hermone be excused as "they were gQ on an WORDS OF CONDOLENCETo
ft The letter continues and announces that all stibtcrip- 't I Reading: "A Song Transmitted l:' for the office of supervisor of
from other such lie andif
II j or "returning a partyor some ; registration of Occenla (county subjectto 4
5> lions to papers in this state must be discontinued after the the fine is assessed the made the court W. L. Thorndyke: -Mrs. Hodnett the action of the democratic primary
or punishment of Commerce at Its Mrs.-J. L. Overstreet read Tour will beappreciated.
expiration of the period which have been The Chamber a very vote a p4 support
to they
-' '- .... paid"and'thifineludes will have created some enemies that will be lasting. Thearrestingofficejy regular meeting unanimously voted a interesting paper on "Family Life in . y

all dailies.; mrweeklietrandweeklies" .also-will be maligned.and abuse Land.. not ,of condolence and sympathy to Chihuahua: including social service, C, W. ORIFFIN._

p ralthough the board deplores the condition. lied to by the very parents who desired the law enacted you and your-family" in"this hour"of the woman in the home, marriage, von cai'wrr cuMM.'*ioi en.h: i'
KJ; The Gazette sympathize and commiserates with the your deepest sorrow In the departureof children in the home, dress and food We are authored. ) to announce the t .
the kids them.
couldn't make
because they obey name of K L* D OVERSTREET a" a
\ s" board because of its enforced frugality', thrift and re- All have read of Betsie the who approached the your baby girl Wylena Alyce to and home sanitation and spirituallife candidate for re-election to the office
"The house not made with hands" in in the home. of County Commissioner from the Firm
'" frenchmen If the board off the
e, must really cut at corners deaf sexton-"pointing to that prison old. with its wall so "The city that hath foundation." Mrs. Charles Griffin and Mrs. O. district subject to the action of the '
for padding the middle; if it cannot find some means for and wall dark and dank and cold"-and the of love Young 'together the June primary. If re-nominated ana
grey gloomy- *o May assurance our gave conversation elected, he pledges the came dlllerence !Ain
.\ securing the press! of the state for the purpose of keeping demanded that "Curfew h-a-a-ll not ring tonight All confidence and devotion to humanitybe of two girl Elizabeth and hie duties which lima heretofore y

s in ,,touch with all sections; if it really cannot do this the that wa HID the days of old when knight were bold appreciated by you. Lupe. characterised hi. Incumbency a. t l,
Mrs J. R. Bron.on'read
.pen-heartedne*. of The Gazette will prompt it to forwardto Sincerely, a paper. won COUNTY COMMISSIONER
and baron held their AncFit might be said
"Centro CrUtiano.
.
sway. par
Kiasimmee Chamber of Commerce, servingthe Alex* -- -
to the. office-jutt the' same as if it was being paid fort enthetically' that curfew rings--or. even whistlefor 3. D. Woodbeck Secretary. lean home; John's Messengers came T* am a candidate for re-election to
.. it* weekly issue. This i u done merely at a matter of charity to Jesus A the office of County Commlailoner for I a
1> but a brief period-then drop away with 'gurgle sound. story by lira. Duncan 5 District No. i..">.at>Jetto the Jan
: \ "< ,t. I a* ,sort of sop because -thepaetion( of.Ollt, ofFlorida's like the of Mooting down her stalL a reading: by Mr*. Bull, which .wa* Democratic Primary. .ht' If elected I
ins to
a aeacow FOR YOUR STOVEWOOD
*.r -1 grunt and promise to do myvduty <.n the future
r, < \ s. celebrated legislatures-which waste set the greatly enjoyed very much appreciated 1f
What dotinc':pareatl actually require-while' their as I have In the t
"r"" ,. ti 'bunghole' more than it can'possibly'..ave at the spigot children many are. between two and five year of age it'.a'muncipal and Place your blocks order at for wnier for the block Later the by all hostesses present- 'Mesdames 1 I/t.WUTHERBEie
split one aummer -
,The tate board ought,to keep posted on 0ace0IaT '! Roberson Poulk, and ed Iron covirrr ', ,
:f spankers they arc not physically, strong,;efibugh months. Block: delivered\ ntS245 Big-top. ry COa11sise1ONRRl: a r w

.. tai'thorgll it nay be hy the two plunk Because oftfuVTh to wield the paddle thenutelvet.. Those early-time: mother' for 120 blocks; split for stove punch.. cake and sandwiches At the reqneet of nnmher""' of'tImeY.: ... #.: ;+
diag with all the'abaadom. of ' Donf forget, Monday.aft.rnoon'at voter of the' Fifth ..dis.Het .
:1': :\ CQetta. xte a club. Presltlmst.Roo.nelt wood, guaranteed .fun strand, $&1& eemmlealonera'-.dle-
were :'bullyItoodxthinss, as .
3:30.,; at the"Bungalow themiaaon Ilia. deckled to- become a candl,
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.t. ''', ,belated' Santa." ,"dam. the subscription for' one year. aNd to prodai....Y v* ''-" , I AU delivered., Phone. 11,1518-;., .Bracktreat. 15-tf study class! of the W'omaa.tJliaalon- date fon County Commissioner from*' I
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eeooe4aaeeeeeaeooo. .' If suffering from rheumatism try J "If suffering from any sort, of ski' 1: Tanlac can bring health to 'you an 111' one;and when the end came-:every'

iIuiY Neid's Baths. 40-tfo diseases try Neid's Baths 40-tfe It.has to thousands of others Central offer possible was made to allay the
Tl MARKET Drug Store.. grief for her who had passed on'and-
REPORT
.. 4 WEATHER G.. W. Persons was a ,business visitor J G. M. Taylor spent Tuesday in I ., render service to those who had lost;
Haines City on business., L. A. Nipper-of Chattanooga, Tennessee '
(New order new"...*.....t) Official Bulletin of daily ternperature *+ to Tampa Tuesday.A .. ; has rented the ,Broadway gm- her. Every art<< was appreciated. .'
and precipitations fur- *', new'barbif'sico will soon be opened Mrs. G.'. D. Roberds. Mrs. M. A :age, corner Drury avenue and Broadway W. 1..' THORNDYKE.
..... is still a."Cash and Carry Market"with 4 nished by the Kissimmee Cooperative ---*- by Leo Curcio, in the Newhy Clark's ,mother, has been. very. ill this I and will do generalrepair work, BROADWAY GARAGE

1"'...... a nice line of Groceriedded.ay : U. S. Weather Bureau 'building week. besides handlnig gasoline and oils. "

You see what you ere buying.. -:and 0 Station, for' the week ..ndlne. Try DuPont's Automobile Repair City tax books will close Saturday, I Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Tansle, of Have your work done by an expert
mud be pleased., O.' Thursday, March 23, 1922' : 0) ing.' 110 Emmett, street. Phono +77. April 1. Pay now end avoid the pe.t Bradontown, are guests at the Park mechanic-former racing tar driver
14.tf alty. J, H.' Gilbert, city clerk. 12-5t hotel.: Mrs. Taasle is a special friendof .service on all tars Broadway Gar-
i Yew, Pat. a.,* Solicited: Friday, 17___.___.. 76 61 .1 i I Mrs. Overstreet.' who < age. 15-1 tx
Henry "
; : ') Saturday, 18 ....'., 81 60 0 t te Mrs. M. R. Shaffer, of Washington Mr. and! Mrs. Dan Smith, of Narcoossee _
ill .
JOHN DAVIS Sunday 19.____:-. 84 60 Ot'D. C., is an interested tourist shopping were among the visitors.' to very at the Park hotel Iron salt are being used for tanning '
Monday, 20 .*.?, 83 61 .10 0) in the McPhatter home. Kissimmee Saturday. The offices of Dr.' W,''L. Wlnn ars and manufacturers have begun to prepare ;

Manager'' '* Tuesday, 21 ____-_. 78 48 :O I ,Attorney A'exander' Akcrman raad"! Mr" .- IL c. Stanford, who .1 ha* ]been! new located O"'y! In SaInt P'oud. iron tanning extracts on a com
0 Wednesday. 22.... 69 47, a business trip to .Tallahassee this ill for several' weeks, is sl'jfhtly im Phone 122.- Office\ in Odd Fellows)) mercial scale. r
No. 14 Broadway KISSIMMEE e'Thursday, 23 ___.. 74 '37 O week. proved. block. 12-tf. .

., Readings... made at 6:00 p. *; If you want your money's. wrfr.h More than a carload of goods have Nursery Inspector, John R. Spring
*. m. for the preceding twenty-four O see O. C, Tigner, four doors from been. unloaded by the watson-JIull er, was In town Wednesday MrSpringer .
hours. is a member of the state
postoffice. Manufacturing Company, this week! (CAlNiTHEATRB
ALLISON T. FRENCH. 0 plant, board and wh:le here In"p"r.-too
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Dr:; and Mrs. J. W. Simpson tf J. H. the
Thompson representing which
O bliss! Smith is distribut- ,
Observer. :
n A S 1- Nd 0 Co-operative 0e"Sseoaoeee Orlando, were in Kissimmee attending Orlando Rep<>rter-St4r. was in K's-' Slants the county ,

0 ...the..barbecue4estivities. : eimm.einthelnteratofthatpapeTuesday.. .. .
"Mrs;; "Ktrtrpatr1elr: has rchsrrthe -
THEATRE Mrs. J. L. Overstreet and Mrs. Lake House-ferentlr known athe
I Maroney attended the Florida State I City tax books will close Saturday, Lincoln Ilottse. The building will: I THURSDAY. MARCH 30
Conference held ""rn-Jacksonville: last April 1. Pay now and avoid the pen- : be remod'Ied: and modornlyet J ,, as tisa4e

._ LOCAL }1 alty. _J.K......tiilbert, city clerk. 12-5t' squipmenta--4ntned4Meyr--The i I --- - ----- -. -r-
1'TMONDAYMIRCIuU Rod debts collected or no pay. -Results Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Pick of Mil- wa! made through Mrs M. V. Dye(

PENTJYGDr guaranteed. J. M.- Willson district lersburg. Pennsylvania' have been recent A very close and interesting gam .... .wi.. Mew ,
manager 15-tfc guests of Mr.; Mrs. Harry
f ands of. baseball yesterday afternoon on CL.l1RA KIM9ALL YOUNG .rl
Mrs. D. E. Yow 11, a much beloved M. Meetch. the Kisvimmce grounds<< resulted in H I J'WUAT NO MAN 'N I 7
William Fairbanks elderly woman, is erloUSlY ill at her I Leo II. Wilson' and Miss Smith ire victory for the home team against au

I home in the Cape Breeze section, of I attending a conference of agricultural excellent! team from Mulberry by n ., '
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O.: L.: Buckmn'!'ter osteopathist; Kissimmee:- -" and- demo ratiorr workers in ,score of 8 to7. a' 71 i '
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-iaUFiGHTIN'G- Saint,Clo .d. Office in bonn building: Victor Van Duzer, who has beoi Lakeland today. Mr. and NT*. R. M. Grable. of tog 1 s
h 13-tf I visiting his mother Mrs. F. J. Van' Jud-o and Mrs. G. F. Parker, of :\nspo't, Indiana, who have 'lust! i N .
Sam Story has accepted a position I Duzer, the last' month, turned this :. Okeechobce, viaitinJ e early part o* spent their first winter In Klsslmmew q t ,
1 .: In' the Cntral Drug Store. ._ week to his Missouri home. the week here their daughter." will leave next week for home, *'toiilnjr 1 -_
BILL"The Mrs. C. C. Ever and daughter,I City tax books will close. Saturday, Mrs P. S. Gilbert. a few-days ot places. of interest
I. Rosemary, left for their home in April 1. Pay now and avoid the pen- The W. C. T. U. oratorical contort in I. the northern ;mart of the state. I ))
Brooklyn on Sunday. alty. J. R. Gilbert, city clerk. 12-5t held recently in the KUnlmmee Baptist While making' Klf"inirnop thalr: ho'.d.1 t
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MOIl Realistic Fight Picture cliuroliwill be < artera' they hays visited' all sections r
New foods coming In day Mr. M-d! Mrs. Alan TlarDonoutli repeated Friday 1i
every March 31in Saint Cloud. of lh- state i.nd are emphitieill ll'r
and children camp ever from Eu-sH, evening, (,
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Ever Produced. and the prices are right. Tig- "
; to enjoy the festivities! of Ford ))ay Newest thing: in bolt+. Mad.. of ti"lr statement! t nt they have
ner.Mr and! to 'visit relatives. Number One Rubber. Plated buckle found! no place mith more attractionsfor -
- . J. B. Jacobs, of Macy Islanl I, them than K\.immee.\ ,
-" Mrs. J. R. Sinquefield has ai! guests One ddlir each. People's Five on I ITon ;
-ALSO- Stanford Cent Store. What might have been a very scri -
I her !slater" Mrs. J. L. Johnson. nn 1
hrr sicter-in-law.. C, G. lla-lev, Hob McLaughlin, owner of the' ions arcid-nt occurred to ,V. L. Co'i nt. *
n.. Sixth Episode of Mrs. S. L. Lupfer has not been 10:. both of S.wannnfr\ Georgia.; Okp, hobeo tephona! exi-hanore, wm I II i yell of this ctv: while in Pine Cantle! .
well recently, but it is hoped her condition I on U'ncby.lfr.! Cory 011 was standing
"NAN. OF. THE NORTH" is temporary. I We are still s"J1jnlr. lOioei at harpam I in Kissimmee -Wednesday greet n-y I on th<- brick road talking to some
j **** share :old fri ads ard nttndnijt to business I
When In Saint Cloud don't fail to price Bettor get your matters. people in n t'lI' 'Vha'1 tmot'i :iitomob > i
I while they are going cheap O.Tinner. 'h'. le h-hird trip to '
visit the Variety Store, corner IHh came un stop
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\ street and Pennsylvania avenue. 15tiMrs. Last Thursday MrA. .1. E. Lupfcr) t Ifrll.'r, It. Mnk' Mri M! Kntzzwith < ''
I The of ,. nson. I
Williams p"opoilv. corner With the rear fender. He Was picket
Belle Stokes of Orlando
i was !Vita Slun-ier' of' tha
and Drury Avenue and Church street hi? president up In an unconscious state and removed -ALSOAESOP'S r
in Kissimmee on Ford Day, called -
Mrs. Sinqiiefteld of been Bold to J. E. Montgomery The Florida \Voman's Club, were at Runnyinfdc : I to the Orange General Hospital! at rS
.4 I Hrondwav on Millinery. manager sale was made through S. R. Chap I Lodge for dinner. (I i Orlando. His Injuries. consisted of A
? : BASSCONSTRUCTION man. I A. J. Livingston, living near Afli- !. sprained left wrist badly torn leftIfg FABLES
Oscar T. ThomasRon who recently !S.: S'tmrnorlin returned from G"inen- land City, Tennessee, says: "I fc bnrtwps on the right side' under: ,
located with his family on Bermuda vllle Friday, where he attended l the I lik" eoin: f o'11 hULl l' to ho I" and' ,, the heart and a cut over the right
avenue, is visiting this wok his for- "
COMPANY Cartersvilfe I recent meeting; of the cattlemen's! association telling tho people about Tanlac. I i eye. However sufficiently re mer town. "wWgia.City in the capacity of Rcrc-' Cent al Drug Store ered to he able to return to his home .
u tax book weal: close Saturday, tary. "* Among the Ohio loUr Kh who left I I corner of Lake and Aderhold streets, Bowen's'GrocarY .
I I April 1. Pay now and avoid the pen Don't let that stomach souryour for ,their northern homes on Tuesday: TurVHdnv'' where he is receiving the
sour (I I .
alty. J. R. Gilbert, city clerk. 12-5t congratulations of his friends
. I PHONE 111 I: position; and make your life were Mr. and Mrs. G. W. RUCK:, an-i upon
Mr. and Mrs. J. 'H. Bull, and Mri miserable, while Tarlac is ready to" Mr. and Mrs. Hughes', all of Newari his narrow escape. ,
Nichols, of Delhi, New York all sojourners I ,rIve relief. Get it now. Central! EXPRESSION Grocer : '
PracticalContractors here departed von Ohio.Mr. APPRECIATION: General Line of
durinathe season, '
and children
I Drug: Store. and Mrs. G. C. Miller
for their homes .
Tuesday.Mr. I drove from Loko'ee' to attend No kinder people In the world can '
and Builders I The W. C. T. U. will hold ita regular up and Vegetable '
I J and Mrs. W. J. Steed are receiving meeting at the Chapter house!" the Ford Day celebration stay be found than the people of Kisslra- v
.f congratulations on the birthof Friday, March 24. Every member ing over till Monday. While here mee, and Mrs. Thomdyke, although, K< 1
a son, W. J. Steed, Jr., Saturday urged to be present. Good program I they were guests of M. M. Millet and three thousand miles distant, joins '.
of All Kinds afternoon March 18. scheduled. family. I me In expressing\ sincere thanks for i
Structures FREE DftlYERY '
Stop at Fish Lake Park, midway Sheldon Johnson;!, so long identified the many acts of kindness given our T ? ,
between KisMmmee' and Saint Cloud, Mrs. A. T. Morriion. and grandchildren with the business and social activities daughter, Wylena. Nearly everyday C' .""; .
for oils cold thinks etc. Kathleen aii Dorothy with during her long illness there ;JI
gas, cigars, of Kiesimrnee, bade farewell to his were
L WOOD, BRICK STONE, STEEL 12-tf their :father, Ben B'Il'l"sppnt over friends Thursday and Is visiting his gifts of flower and dainties for the Phone. 102 Mabbette, ,;Sire**
1 meeting the Sunday at tiosalie-Mrs. frri.on' Jacksonville. Later he I 'f '
in
STUCCO The of the civic section of parents '
y, the Woman's Club, which was to have country home. will] )ovate In some part of the north. I I. '." .. .... } ,.'
: been held at the city dock on March i Mrs. Minnie Moore-Wtllnon Is having Many good wishes attend him. "
l r Painting, Tinting, Papcr-Hanfiag 28, has been postponed till April 11. the great pleasure of the companionship The Presbyterian ladies were hostesses -
t the ''tine of her sinter' MillSSue Moore, the WATCH THIS SPACE EACH :'WEEK: -
t Everything in Boildlaf Commissioner John Hanaell never Monday evening at :
i t t unmindful of the county's interestvisited of Pittsburg. Miss Moore will remain i ter House. A fine program .chap-I I 1
an'lis some weeks in the Willson which included music and -AT-
the County Home Monday I dered r
F. BASS JACK BASS home..
N. well pleased with the condition of ings. The house was capacity filled. "
GILE3ERT.S
322 Royal SL 515 Spronle Ave.R present crops. Mr. and Mrs. Matthews, of 15 Cake and punch were served generously A. S. ,",, 1
MitchelP street; formerly of Toronto and a goodly! kum was. realized
Newest thing in belts. Made of
Number One Rubber.: Plated buckle. Canada, annonce the 'engagement' of from the silver offering.J. BARGA'IN.'CO NTeR'\, .-'- their Miss Maud
daughter
only
", One dollar each. People's Five. and D. Woodbeek, secretary of' the
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;iI: ,. Ten Cent Store. Sabel Matthews to Mr. Vernon Moscow Chamber of Commerce, is untiring In _ , ' : .to
Morris, pf Kissimmee. ,," (:p' r'9' .
t. : \
i I his seal to bring good things to KUaimmee t
Roberson is having '
; forced Roscoe rest, and incidentally;nursing an en Mrs. Beulah'M. Warner will hold a and in the recent Ford Day \ We hlvej, st, "received''a new stock of the't'Very1:best[Cin;" .
: ... , KISSIMMEEPLUMBING': SIO1'Nothiag school of instruction and Inspection of celebration he bent foriteauecess.
every energy Counter.at: ; tb. ,
.. a sprained ankle reeultantcf the which we are putting on, our Bargain,. ao.tpne.tl'availaLle. :
Klssimmee" -Order of the 'which .. . .
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Chapter, The band of he .
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'. Klssimmee-Bartow frame held in Bar- / '" '. :*''*'* \ < VJ: "?f *\.'*
tow afternoon. Eastern Star, Tuesday; March 28, at is leader, added very much to the hap .
Tuesday '
Too Bit two o'clock. Supper at seven. All py. joyful atmosphere of the day., 1SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY AND, MONDAYi

4 Nothing Too Snail yesterday Editor W.afternoon L. Thorndyke from returned Chicago, present.members and visitors invited to be The Health Club-a department of Our Regular\ 25c yard for. per YarcL.........__.!_.lac, 'ter ,

where he placed Mrs. Thorndyke on The Kissimmee' baseball team defeated evening the W. C.at T.the U.-Chapter had a very House pleasant Mon- Our Regular\ 35c yard. for. perCAN yard-_______..__::--225,
the train for to visit the
Oregon,
Mulberry Saturday afternoon I day night. After a short program YOU BEAT IT '
: AD Work Guaranteed Thomdyke sons. and at Bartow Monday afternoon I the social hour was enhanced by the I 'I
Mrs F. S. Gilbert made a recent lost the game to Bartow -but Manager 'i serving of delicious viands, served by
To Be Satisfactory PHONE 35 JOHN A. ERICKSON JR-; Manager"
visit to Galnsville to attend the reunion 'Sam Story says the boys are the members-said viands being pre 'i
of the East Florida Seminary 1 not in the shape that they will be in I pared along correct diet rules. )
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students Mrs. Gilbert was a student about month.MothersTeachers. Ott..o..o..O. '
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15 Broadway Telephone 143. in this institution. I Club will haveits i Louis Schmidt Wednesday had noon.a painful Whi'ecleaning experience ,

Representative Riley W. Godwin next regular meeting Friday, 4 p. the clutch of his automobilethe r
of Saint Cloud, was mingling with m., April 7, at city dock. A pleasant can of gasoline in his left hand ,
rl the crowds In Kissimmee Saturdav.. meeting at that time of day is an hit in some way the generator of the ,r 'II ..'
l ti --- Mr. Godwin states that he will not ticipated. There will be combined car the gasoline blazed forth h.
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be a candidate for re-election. social and business program-and everybody burning the skin off his face and neck : :
Wanted: clean cotton rags; not is ,invited. Dr. II. S. Geiger soon assuaged the i! a. "f a,

a merely trimmings or string's-but decent Charles N. Matthews, who, for a pain, and there probably will be no ,
: c stuff to use for washing; rollers brief period was a resident of Kis ,permanent injury. L: ;
i (AS1.NO'THEATQE and presses and wiping* bearintrn.Big '{ simmee about five years ago, died at I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bull who ,are !f
> 'em along; to the office of The his home in Luxora, Arkansas, from I numbered among Kissimmee' moat Honey Boy
Gazette: Kisaimmee. 14-tfx pneumonia on March 13. An extended I popular winter visitors, left Tuesday .
No one ever thinks of Miss Albina notice of his death was publishedin for their home in New York stata. $.
TUESDAY MARCH 28 Smith in terms of Uln.eu-for she Is the Luxora Leader. Before leaving they both stated they Cf
is "(Tie World's< B .t" Self Riling flour: Iis, ,i
always on the job of service. However Mrs. O. E. Smith and Mrs. Doro : had spe"ta delightful season and ;; ;

_ass for the last week she has been thea Kern of Pittsburg Pennsylvania I that after visiting other sections of made from the best patent soft wheat flour (not '
forced to keep rest hours.W. who have been winter guests of Florida they are more favorably impressed >jV
E. Sanderson of Kisslmnrec, Mrs. Smith's daughter, Mrs. E. D. with Kiasimmee's advantages a particle of low grade) scientifically mixed with
f -- Aaron Cohen, of Cincinnati Edgar Katz. left:a few. days ago for their than ever. i
Cole of Lakeland and Ed Allen, of homes. They will stop enroute in Mrs. S. B. Aultman was dinner the purest leavening ,1seat6t for PEOPLE to F

I' Orlando, all jewelers, are enjoying :Jacksonville and Philadelphia. hostess to a very pleasant party last eat. Ask your Grocer. t
r rr. their annual outing and fishing near I Mrs. R. M.- Angas is in Miami with Tuesday. The invited guests included

Okctochobee, this week. her mother, Mrs. C. A. Carson, ti> Mrs. L. M. Johnson, of esburg, Blush Milling Co.. R. C. Woodbcrry Co..- S'
Mrs; Underhill, and her daughter remain two or-.three weeks. Many Mrs. Alexander Akerman and Mrs.
Miss Emma Underhill, 'of Flushing, I friends will regret that Mrs. Anne Paul Stanley. Mrs. Johnson Is second Seymour Irid. Orlando Distributors. ,; ,
New York, old-time friends of the I Carson Dunaway has had to endure vice-president of this club district -
W. B. Makinson family, have returned another operation. She is with the and one time school girl as well " . .0.0..0..00..0..0. .
to their home after a delightfulstay I Mayo Brothers, in Rochester, Minne as teacher in Kissimmee schools As .
In Kissimmee in the J. W. : Ivy Cll>Ulfh. she graduated ijf the J r

a' ? Thompson home. I sota.Mrs.: J. E. Klrkpatrlck received notice ' class of 1905. ... . .... .O..O..O..OO.O..O..O.OOO.O. .
F4r Wanted: clean cotton rags; not recently of the death of her Mrs. Alexander Akerman has compiled -
merely trimmings or-strings-'but decent nephew-W. F. McComb-chairman very interesting as well as reliable rT114T
stuff to use for washing; roller of the the Democratic National Committee 'data as to the state laws per INSURANCE Z
and presses; and wiping; bearines. when Woodrow Wilson was taming'to women. Mrs. Akerman i III ..
Bring "'em along to the office of The first nominated for the presidency. state _chairman In Florida Federated ,

Oasette.-.Xlulmm.., 11-tfx I)fr... .McComb..loaves .considerable Clubs,.....with. the .above work as its PROTECTS _. _
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Makinson, and wealth. !special feature and she has m.JJY-l'e:

Miss May Winn' will attend the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shepard, of ,quests for the information which iV SERVICE
Shakespeare reading to be given by Walloon Lake, Michigan visited Mr. has prepared and which she gladly

:" Professor S. H. Clark, of Chicago, In and Mrs; S. A. Bogue Friday evening dispenses
:: \ :'J.s Orlando tonight, under the auspicesof and left Saturday for their Michigan A very creditable proJrl'am-. THAT SATISFIES <

the SorosU Club. home expecting to: atop several given by Miss Beal's music pupate -
.1.i. } Mr. and ,Mrs, J. T. of times on die road. This Is their second Thnndav evening at the high school 4

.., 1:I N Mabbette street, aro ..Mitchell winter in Kissimmee, and they auditorium., The young artists taking LUPFERS: INSURANCE: AGENCY: '
former home, CartersviUe, Georgia. like it very much. part included Geraldine Lesley, yr
"t.' Mr. and Mrs, John Walter and A very. interesting visitor, who Ruth Herrberg, Vivian Floyd. Helen .i..O.-
1 ': Wit1-'A0)(erS in etufY their, daughter, Mrs. Jonas are in thoroughly believes (.n' Kissimmee'apossibilities Ames; Thelma!! Button Elizabeth: .. .

,' 1r f 'I .ira.moun'E. PictureOne Tampa. for the week. and anticipates) great Parker Deena Snodgrase, Elinor .
Clcnous Day '. Mn. ,Dan Brown, 'formerly of things* for this -Mid-Way City Is "Rosen,;'Kary Louls-,Snodr-ace. Elizabeth a')

S.Int.r Cloud and about.wboae Miners }h-a..Ada-. Perry,' Boston Mas.aebuBetta ,Waring.. Ladle Griffin.' Eunice! I '
I : much: comment' hu) been made, died ,. Mra., Perry spent the Rivera,. Ethel, Owen: Elinor'OYer. f EISELSTE1N BROTHERS ;j > ,
;" xa -Na -;\1.60- In West Klsslmee Monday Mrs. season with.her nephew, A.' W. Bate street. Irene Ingram. Evalyn! dam, ..

A 'QIa.a,,;;;,;' Brown had been 01 for a long time, ley. She .la eighty years old but with Margaret. 'Branson. Geneva, Roberson, FUNERAL DIRECTORS s4' ?f .
,. . the and enthusiasm undaunted she Virginia Harris Maynard PouIV, ,
'" and watt pronounced! incurable by spirit I Perfect 1ir.1e-M.tor : .
Egalp.e.t .. .
'f "$019HWNERB',IH :TORKEY"n., Orlando hospital.v,Her last.days were soared aloft In ht* airplane with bet Robert Mat DeRata .AUcrmanv Edna /\ ' r

_'>- ...F__'...4 ."- .. .. , r. C r"7t made,,ni6re comfortable,by the attendance nephew\ the day before' her depart Krita Miss, Elizabeth! Shnrnan Tedder adde Ruth .403teiwdwayt. ,,Corner"" Spr e1. ,. Paoae,, 218., r, i KISSIMMEE', - ,' ,
+ of DrlU...,aDd lIer are taking a farewell view, as H Fertlc. ?_ verysnuch ,
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MISS THORNDYKE CREMATED on the washboard plan-like the Dix Resp'on.e-by Mino Ifornsbyj cple.! ]he snid. Referring to the' AT- (men and we have only real flied the The 'year 1021 was till 'healhlevM; I
ie Highway south from Melbourne "lien a to the teachers:', may they chives of the Imperial 1'aUe.. in At. | knd of men that can be relied on to one in the history of. the Unite&l.u,
I CEREMONY WAS ON SUNDAY and as the tracks follow the general learn from Cupid, Innta, ho said, there are d-N"iiuicnts ,uphold) and: protect the principles of States and Canada, accordii-a1 to th..it" it },
countour of the streets it has more Just enough blindness to' be swoet'y there, turned over to the now klan Joy their goy() records of 37 leading American'' in.surance ,
1netitution.tuata.
Word has been received that on crooks than the career of the average . stupid." the surviving members of the parent" American Ideas l companies. .. '.
Sunday afternoon at twofortyfiveall politician. The service is.exco'lent' Toastmaster: crganizatiun which prove beyond No Introduction '-_- - - ,\
that was mortal of Wo'enl' Alice but the menu durned poor. Y'.!t runny "We will hear from our teacher\ -' doubt that many of the federal sol. Mr.\ Nolan spoke wIthout Jntroductlan J. THOMPSON '
Thorndyke was passed Into the retort people are found who speak highly of That, wonderful creature!' diers?stationed in the south after the explaining that in the many addresses 4 ':J
y of the Cincinnati Cremation Onipsny the system the knockers are few Mrs. Maloinson. civil: war were members of the klan. he has delivered In many I Funeral Director .:;;
as gently as had be\lra' everything"s here-because they hive never ,.f-trn To which the greatly beloved Mrt. : "These Yankee boys who were sent states he "has never been formally Introduced ,
concerning her illness nr.iThtr dnath, any others.. Makinson repliedin happy reminiscence. by the federal government to Dlxiti This, he ,said, is throughhis .
and at nine o'clock the same evening About everything in the eating vein-and tenderly spoke of the 1 I to enforce social and: ,political eqnali- own choice "as a great part ot AND :
there was turned over ti her parents.! line is very low-* although: there area significance of the occasion which is ity between the races he said, "rod the effectiveness 'of our organizatin! EMBALMCR i
closely sealed, ail that remained o y..j a few restaurants where one may pay unlike any other occasion in the high by night' as klansmen for the upholding on the socrecy of its membership ,,LICENSED
.her who had been ;ovtd by many. 'j Ia plunk and a half] for a portfl'houc school career. She spoke 'Of the past of white supremacy. They ," he continued. '
Mr. Thomdyko writes: name thing, minus but hopefully turned to future. daysIn stood shoulder to shoulder with the The audience while\, not .nearly) filling !- Store and Chapel Stewart Ass .
"High upon .on* ojf the seven 'hills 't he'styleemay.be had four ( the tabernacle warmed quickly ti KISHIMMEK.: FLORIDA .
had for .356--and, which all'thing are possible because boys they fought during ; . ..... i.
.f Cincinnati etanda'the ; that whether ', that the white the and as-his address pregreased '- r .
crematory honest I consider one as good as the untried' mistakes )ear., realizing race Aneakar ;
.. a' handsome atone building, ''must fie it punctuated witht..C'. 1 I Iy
other. The cafeterias are many arid or misunderstandings had 'occurrol prevail. We have documents was
1, one south of the. Ohio river. Thero do a big business at low rates. By -that time and memory. retain only in Atlanta to prove this. We quent applause. Among the audieu" ;' SIN I <
is nothing repulsive about the place this remark you ran Infer 'where I the beautiful. |I I have ;records. showing; Uiat entire "were many women a/ -nothing objectionable about the disposition 'did most of my eating. The meal on Shaver expressed happy ;,companies of fcderyl: soldiers were the building, the solitary occupant! of ,
of the remains-and it seems the pullman which cost $1.80 for two, felicitations, and till banquet ended I i,[, members of the K-j Klux Klan raa the last row of Beats. sat one negro THEATRE
s A' to me no' much superior to tho orJinry ''cost In the best cafeteria just 70c: and this most beautiful, pleasurable ords showing, wcro'rompany: cat Apparently the audience was grel'
burial service. The action was what I call some little din In th ___ simple undwas 4."rvedbv J>w 'tone place you help yourself: in the annals of other dayr.! 1 I through the rank end file of thoU conclusion Plan to the r.i'- FRIDAY MARCH 31 1 y
snotherdkndmyself. Following the display other you let someone else help! yourself ''companies every man rode by nightto trum to shake hands with the speak ,

of the elegant floral tributee: : and "Tho Lord loveth a chetr- SCHOOL PUPILS ARE free the south of carpet-bapirc' er. ___.______i-- -i
from so many friends in Klssimme'jhgrfmaini ,ful" eater. __ -----AWARDED.PRIZE5--and-seatiajfag rule-and'to ate th.ut --
' -_ ;. aJtie.LhL.J.ll11.ma. _Ld.I-WBTTHtghty y !glad I brought alongan : the white man remained! Hupreme." MILLION KLANSMEN 'TO SEE
, were viewed< once more by the parents extra beeveedee for the weatherdoesn't Several months ago I. P. Timmom, { lie declared that when Gl'n. Grant, THAT NEGRO ISRETURNED,
-and Mrs. Thorndyke stood thetcM hustling' Ford dealer and of KIssimmee's "
seem so extremely delicious as one then president of the United State

wonderfully."Then entire of the in Kissimroee. Today It has .rained most public spirited citizens chilled! on Gen Nathan B. Erne. imperial Speaking before a large audiencein 0l l.ls s14' y4f ",
was the top and 'blustered and as I write thin offered five dollar checks. us wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, to Hlcko'y, North Carolina, last. '
casket removed and viewed again ol the wind ia swooping along takn.ij prizes-as follows: For the best ei- 'disband the organization, it was neessary _- Tuesday night Dr. Arthur Talmadge i iI ,
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minutes tho
ti full length for some<<: ; say on .Good Roads, -on Modern Moth "1
down some signs and helping the to withdraw from--the soutn- AbernathY of Asheville, lecturer for
h heavy double doors of the retort or glass business. The, skirts of the elderly ods of Farming. These were offeredto all federal been held! .I the Ku Klux Klan, referred to a cane ,. .
furnace, opened and by a mechanic..1alT8ngemf.'nt the high. school and in the ,. enforcement I
grade
blew about with reckless abandon here for the; of the martial in which, he Mid Governor Morrison
the remains were gently : on the younger class; with rr+il- a five dollar prize for !good penman' law. "These boys were klansmenand !was refused extradition of a negro
forwarded until the doors were fast- ''d-down sheer gray ones and also ship. As a result Miss Dorothy MtI: as long as they remAined. in the I I ibv Canada, and asserted that on tened. There was no flame visible ns an assortment of flesh-colored the ler has just received her prize 01 south they would have t'mained0)11/ klancmcn from Muine to Texas -
u the retort was opened: it aeemed skirts become so tattled and cha- Good Roads; Lizzie May Matherly on mt'mbl'r.t the klan," Mr. Nolan +| have h-en pledged tr nee that the \
imply a dark black cavern-as simple Modern Methods of Farming i
an : said.
modest
that
d' they-pressed a is returned to North Carolina YV
as that transition from what are halfway Ethel Owen for best I :negro
state which courlle with" more "way" Ihan penmanship. I Other Tenets of Order 'for I trial. "And this will happen ill
a' Life that
know as to we
tN term Death. We atood there a few "half." Fortunately for me my eyes A big Brazilian cocoanut palm in t.he.l The Ku Klux Klan, he said, stand the next ninety days," he added.
at nothing were not working fill time. New York Botanical Garden so for the protection of the home and While Dr. Abernathy did not mention .
staring
moment
blankly grew
-but of a million things We leave Monday morning for fast that the several times it pokedits for the elevation of womanhood to the name of the man he said wa*

i3 which referred to her who was having Chicago. THORN. head through the top of he conservatory the pedestal "where it rightfullv.e- sought by the authorities of this
longs. It stands for restricted immigration state, the audience understood him to .. u
,
then feet
e her final wish gratified-- we If belch 90 high. To prevent fur-
the 'j, you up a bitter-tasting ther damage the tree was cut down. for "knocKing out the hyphen refer to Matthew Bullock, wanted at
left spot. suffer heartburn
liquid, from and sour
and knocking off the the handle" I Norlina on a charge of attempted .
left the -- .
"It was not till we place .:
automobile that Mrs. stomach you need the tome properties KU KLUX KLAN DEFENDEDBY in hyphenated nat'cral' names and murder growing out of a race riot at S9
hi our xpecial :! of llorbine It :k a purifying andstrencthenin'r '
and then but distinctions. "We want no German-:[that place about a year ago.! Bullo
Thorndyke gave way- medicine for th, stomach PROFESSOR NOLAN '
Americans no Augio-Americans, no was recently given his ]liberty bv r
l for a little. She resized the daughter , liver and bowels. Price 60,'. I' ,
: Irish-Americans.; no Russo-\mer- Judge Snyder at Hamilton. Ont
that she- ( From ek viHo Times-Union '
was far better off-and Sold by J. Z. Robercon. ** /2.a son ) '
beloved all who icans in this country, he declared.If where he was arrested when Governor -
'S' had passed on by - ---- Declaring, the Ku Klux Klan an ore 4
knew her calmly peacefully restfully || JOY MARKED EVERY MOMENT irnni/ation of upstanding, puroo..e'iil '. America is good enough for foreigners Morrison refused to send witnesses < ..
to live in it is good enough I to Canada to testify at his extradii ,"
and now the parents can re i 100 Americans the; .
: percent pledged to -
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I :for them to be' loyal to and intend tion hearing.Dr. '
we :
w view the thousand acts that have endeared (Continued from far One) upholding of the Constitution of tli-> I
them. It in Seniors shall the O. IT. S. to see that they are loyal." Abernathy had been discussing "" ';:' .II
the daughter to leave ai United States unalterably opposed! |I ca1 V it"\ YZ44y
Ku .M'i,''' .. '
Qualifications the efforts he said the Klux Klan 'n
her believe and while students forever that is let Membership ;
d well with we : ( us hopewe to lawlessness and at all times and I ..
Time will heal the wounds WhVl'' shall) To me the days spent in in all things; backing up constituted !j i "The front door of the klan is nnr- were making to assist thn officer* 'n 'i'.MORA"'sif1t:: t:&i )

Sorrow feels remembrance will a i, O. 11. 'S. will always be fond memories lecal authority Prof. J. Q. Nolan of now, and to pass through a man must enforcing the law. He referred to a. ' RCA""A'r" ? PICTUR4S.tyA
the and for"There be of the best character, of 100 case in Asheville in which he said i
Y thousand times, reopen scars Atlanta, spokesman, addressed a I i peecent
esuee_Regret to stab with sharpnesi are no timer, like the old times crowd of approximately two thousand Americanism," Mr. Nolan said. negro was sent to the road throughthe
,
s the heart bleeds. I shall be Before he get in he stands rigid efforts of the klan and told ( ft".o
y till one more They never forgot; people last night in the city tab
I There is no place like the old place, ernacle.: Inspection and examination as to these white women Icing escorted out novel that thrilled millions, a

The trip was made'without nei- Keep green the dear old spot. Speaking plainly and at the start qualifications. And, remember while of that city by klansmen. play that was one of f. the! great
dent of note sai e that a fr Illht There are no friends like our school declaring himself a "simple cotton- the front door u narrow and hard to :
. wreck blocked the' road and we eye friends_ mouthed Georgia cracker" Mr. Nolan pass through, the back door is of While his train was traveling 25 spectacles of its time. Now' .

' "; lour hours late in \rrivingati In CI cln- May flowers fragrance their way; talked in i straight forward, man-*>>- generous width with greased skids i' miles an hour, a locomotive firemanon wonderful photoplay. Don't miss ill .
getting: he at two 0 There is no school like O. II. S. man fashion. ilia statements, h declared leading to the outside, and once in if Staten Island, New: York, jumped
Sunday morning: t.1I ge- God bless it every day." were all fart they could he a man does not prove up to all the I from the engine into a creek and -AL8O...-
manta had been so rraTnmn.hat not Toastmaste*-to Milton Graham: verified and he called upon heaven to standards of membership he quickly '! pulled out schoolboy, who had been I
bother 'was made--even though it was "We will hear from a Junior, > visit a- lasting': punishment"orf\ him, find.* himself sliding: headlorrgthrough{ struck by the.engine and thrown into TOPICS OF THE DAY ';';;

a strange city-and we were soon at May he sometime be a Senior." to wither his right) arm and strike hU th. rear portal. We'want only real IB feet of, water. ,
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ear hotel. Milton Graham-Response: tongue speechless "if a single statement .1'1- .! ;
+ :,, To those who have been over tho Here's to the graduating girl- I utter here tonight la not the If.
feoff hills between Atlanta to Cin-J She Is sweeter far than some truth and nothing but the truth."
nati-little need be told. Folks call For while she speaks, she talks no The organization has been maligned/

a' these precipitous heights: "moun slang. according to Mr. Nolan. Statementshave
tains"-unless they have seen Color And chews no ch wlnglt1Jm.'* been made and propaganda has

't rado with its real mountains: then Toantmaster Frank Reed: been disseminated in en effort to check!

.. they appear aa but amateurs. However "We'll hear from a Senior. its. spread. Such efforts however, he $550'.ry .....
the scenery is really grand- May his future be as pleasant n" declared have reacted to the benefitof
with its multitudinous cover of rail his face." the klan, which he asserted 's oar h

its many tunnels, the numerousaldelinee Frank Reed-response: growing at the rate of rapidity nor expected I IJ
+ ( I diverging to coal mines, the "Here's to our friends (the dear old) at the beginning of its revival.
countless pretty valleys where cultivation And 'here's to those who are new: Another thing, he said, the klan's
Is carried on, and the complete I May the new ever grow old to us all, growth north of the Mason-TMxon line
r, diversity of things to be seen and ad- But the old never grow to us new. has been in far greater proportionthan
Biired.,at every turn of the track- Toastmaster Lewis O'Pryan: in the south. This is because It "

which said. torn happens about every I Why not toast our selves'. and praise is generally recognized that the klan
thousand feetCincinnati ourselves stands'for pure Americanism. "Amer
is a "real"-city-besides Since we 'have'the best of menus of lea for'' Americans." he declared. :
which Atlanta and .Jacksonville knowing .t
appear Touching on' the racial question,
as but villages. Of its thousand All the good in ourselves? Mr. Nolan declared the klan is not .0

.ages of paved streets I must say He'r.onse-Lewis O'Bryan: anti-negro, anti-Jew or antl-anvthing
that full eight hundred are rotten- 8 to'those we love the best: wherein opposition applies to nn individual ,
and its many miles of street car track Our noble selves Cod bless us- .
.are frlghtfor. Moat of the tracknn.. None better' and. many a great deal "The r ,
,.8.: ., ---*- -" -- only man we are arain is the The Greatest oAutomobiUin
worse.
man who does not subscribe to the
( Willson & Aultnian Toastmaster Helen Ames: Christian religion and who is trvin -cJdlw OItr niol
"We will hear from a' sweet little to tear down the constitution of tho
bonny lass- United States," he said
The light of the Senior class." Negroes Endorse Klan

REAL ESTATE: 1 RI''p-onae-Hl'len Ames: Not only is the klan not anti-negro, -...
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"Here I a to the boys of the classes, too. Mr. Nolan said but it is the greatest.
In true worth great, though in num- factor in the South for the protectionof ;
,11 Darlington Ave. Kissimmee l bar few- the negro. Recently he said the 1 j .
They to their mothers' hearts ate i"I.
pastor of Big Bethel Baptist church,
"\.. : dear I.
: i the largest negro conp-regatlon in Atlanta -
For most are' only sons, we hear. came to his office and declar .. I.
So we will drink to long life nail that after investigation he had determined \

t" A- SIN I happy hours- that the Ku Klux Klan was, :
C 0 For the lovable" likable boy friends instead of being! against the negro >.
of ours. race "the best friend the negroes havein s
THEATREWI -
Tull"tma.tcr-to Miss Leitner: the South." Thin pastor told Mr
"We will hear from you, my friend, Nolan! that at a Sunday night service -
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may you live a thousand years with nearly four thousand! .negroas
[ MARCH 29 Just to sort of cheer" things in this in his congregation they rose as a body -

I I vale of tears. endorsed the klan amt "give three ;, } '
I Response! --Miss Leitner: cheers for organization.: ." j :
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"
II II I Tig for you Seniors a time of "The new Yorlc World l"Iel'ntlyon ._, _
I I toasting; In 71 few weeks the' time ofi ducted a campaign against the klan." r :

I I i roasting will be every) and tonight, Mr NoIonlaid, and endeavored to
I I with all authority forgotten-toach- show the orgrnlyntion was antithisand
I( era and pupils have assembled around anti-that." That is false Wr .
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'" & II I this festive board. We'll have you lire not anti-anythlng, but we do specify -
II Seniors wrought, though sometimes
that to become a member a man
|I most ot you have thought that the must be a Christian.A ,
goal was far out of sight; but, with
man can be a Christian! without
I I commendable pride, 16 of you have being a klansman, But he cannot be
.1* 'kept plodding steadily along. Now aklansmnn without being Christian
I just before you looms the long look- "We claim the right to say who
ed-for day-a day you will ever re- shall! belong to ocr order and who shall

,. member. As you know, our heartsare not. Because I am not a Jew I would Price Goes

. .1 I brimming full of thoughts for bn excluded from the order of. 'Nalrith. DownSQuality
our school -our beloved O. H. S.- the Jewish secret order It is
,
& and our pride in her is full keen. But nct more than our privilege to stlou- ,
toni ht the best nines In our hearts late who shall -
-- --- belong to our order.
I is given to the l sof '22. So for Religious _Freedom. Stays Up ;

Here's to the clan of '22- lie declared the klan stands unalterably .: L
A class that is brave to plan and 4o. for separation of church and state '.

irtwu May each lassie in it but it stands- just as firmly for religious The comfortable riding qualities Its 27-horsepower motor' J
Set a goal and win it. freedom. "One of the underlying _

\ May For- theright1IId'cve1'atr1v each lad, there are only five-; principles is the the constitution of of .the Overland can be drives the Overland farther on !: :, ,
our government
permanent
sep
w'O A health to the class, we say." aration of church and state." he said. compared only with those of a gallon of gas than other:
Reading Mrs.\ Rice. any t1
the
But freedom in Is
w *Daltcn ana Zu* .'. & .tioo Toastmaster Clara Ploetz: much a principle of this worship nation. just Should as higher priced cars; for its car. 'Owners report 25 miles f
w DM Paramount Picture "She was a phantom of delight ,
body of people rise and to
'Morancf the Lady Letty' When first she gleamed upon our the any Jewish rabbJ 'you must up close say year spring base is 130 inches long is common. 4:: ;

X Gcor&: McLfoid ProducdoatThe sight." synagogues, for we are going to discontinue -longer than the wheel .
Response-Miss Ploetz: that form of religious worship Touring 550, Roadster 550, Coup

: .tale of a girl whosaUed .It ere thfO the four hinges of friend.Swearing in the' United States,'. the Ku base of most large heavy cars. '650, Sedan 895 ;" tab. Toledo .
Klux Klan would rise as a 'man and j
I I ; > the seas like a lying, stealing and drink. halt any ouch procedure. The same

?,< man.And" taught a pam. When lag: would apply should any effort be Ov.rfdadm4lw.,.. gooJIitrutmtmt'{oixrthe Qre tttt ofutomoKU'V'i**vtmcric '

you swear; swear by your made to close the cathedral or other 25 ae6. pfsa TrIpl.g ...diam .. -
how country. '- M.tW/r Jipring. tJO-toch spring ts s-rial cea lon..,. 27
fortune houses .
-peredsonof; :: , : When you lie, lie for a pretty girl. -worship! of any set of people -- brake bonmirar Swains aO-MMi bode . Wish, .mail ...... .4SO... . X -'--' .l'. e '
,to'fight: for Jon and life! .... When steal or organisation people. for free '-I. ,. Four aJ.diueeebl.brakes. . Aumitiaelectric -- -.h. . .
--:ALSO-: company you ,, ,steal away from" had the dom constitution.In religious"belief is .written into. wh..l . Sawt W_ ege.dameter car 41Mb. .1\eaI oaraaa aeD. r IJ_ 'IWtrkhow"i.Mi'" '. G'''

'- And when you\ drink, drink with White Supremacy .. / .',' ""

A. MACKSENNETT COMEDY Toaatmastez\-to toe." I I Just ''aa the Ku Klux .Klan was :E..1C"EB: : ]ERrl T EJR-" '
"CALL.A'iCOP"" Marion Hornibyi, ."'founded in 1868 for the upholding of '

..5 "'i i t "A girl needs no introduction. white supremacy, the revived. .. '
\ -organ* ;
I' ; She speaks for herself." izatlon stands .. ._ Kissimttiee Florida ,. 't-af't4J1.
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AWTr 'flow Firestone Has Reduced I IISHma

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One of the revivalists at Fort My
:; era told the congregation "Be shin. WOMAN'S'CLUB' ; ,

;,{ :, Bie Cost of Tire Service em not Joiners." About everyoneIn ,

: this' neck of the .woods who has ----...ojBy' i AMy
been a "shiner" has later become a '
Mrs. Paul Stanley
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"Jolnef ;(ofi-) the _.chaingrangThose
; I J"' >{;' Fort Myers folks bett "go"a bit slow One moat enjoyable
: ,:, Jan.1921 ..;ran. 1922 ., .. of the eventsIn J
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club'circles last'week the visit
Red tJ. was
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uc on Still PublishedSaw
'PI'lres Prices .. Beiaff of Miss Elizabeth Hkinner president
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of the Jack,
< a yesterday Wr
copy
I. : of the Florida Federation of Woman' ,
sonville Metropolis--tor the first time Club at which time she addressed Stomach Trouble?
$' : 30 3 Fabric $ $\ .9.85 % in fifteen month. I really'didn't -
4 X $18.1 47 ., the women of Kissimmee at the
know ft Issued. Are
t. that was still being You Nervous?
Chapter house. She introduce ;
-I t j 30..x 3 H. 22.50 11.65 48% to Under see it the every old administration day-and its absence I used I in a very -happy' way was by Mrs.'W. 4. Why'Not Eajoy'. ...... Health f '

caused surmisethat Frlpp of the Mothers Winston-Salem, N. c.-"I anf Y,
Cord from to
30 33 51% me
I x 35..15. 17:50 ithadLnl Teachers Club,'and in very forcefulmnnenoldor lered1orabout.sigbmonuriwGbnervous !
: _ _ \ some_manner_qult_doing the-state
the-plana-
and bad
-- 32.40 business. It had nice indigestion MYeraI1JaC"'t
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-- $6.55'
; n-+- -- --320--4' ; ; 43 a very ap- 1 "
; attan.tlorrto
earance _._ ,___....: fejerationtalllnjr particular.. doetois to see ma- 1JftclJreUef' "
33-L-ili ,J- '7OO4f285 6% * '-" education,child\ welfare work nntil a friend suggested Dr. Piera '.
ci
. Doln' Some Better and public health. In the matter Medicines. I was not able to sleep at

i ; 33 'x .5" 81.50 52.15 ..36% Well thing look better in the automobilefooldeath education she told of many sehooliin night and could not eat, just! lived oa
the which
line. In 1920: state, for lack of funds tweet milk and bread. I began to
I ; there 107 killed through' were running only four months in lake Dr. Pleroe's Golden Medical Di-
were people
the' cost of building quality tires has been brought down to the lowest automobile troubles in this state, the 'year. She, urged all women to oovery and took one bottle of Dr. ,a
HOW in S. Firestone President of the while in there i pay their poll tax and register .so Pierce's Favorite Prescription;; 'with
j c history was explained by ;P. Company. 1921 were only
that could
t I eighty' they be ready to vote on 1 wonderful relief. I am now past 40,
to the stockholders at the annual meeting on December IS,1921.A. . three killed. As more than matters pertaining to school that- In 1 bat feel just-a,1- did at 19. I also a

t --1 i ._ _- AILiftpmtoHft on*"9tmitmtt at .r belts rt'''''1'1''. -. ,717! ant percent from-of th these idiocy deaths of were the.result.driver, November-they of would have,the privilege ''I'' and gave the X Discovery to it toy children.
voting for a ten mill school I.. now am giving to my grand-
! ,_. I S. created manmfmc9nrint and if drivers will be a bit more care- : f
"You will a'bottle of
; women read the delinquent tax lists always'ind
.. ,.j-u SS :
%.
; .1 ful this current year it is fair to pre- and bring/ pressure to bear on those Dr. Pieroe's Golden Medical Discovery i

I 3. fitting e.itt reJmcta'38%. sume the Hit may be cut dowi" to : who did not pay their taxes because, in my borne and I will reoonimend-ft
i t ninety. through these unpaid taxes, in to anyone suffering from nervousnest.Mrs. .* ,,
Mr Firestone stated''This reduction in prices is made possible by our unuwa1l7 lost which go to school funds money Izle Rierson, 2410 liege 81. s,

, I sntvmntsqteous buying facilities<
, __ 1OOStockholdingorganlxatlwuT - - -- --- -- anyone 'tell me' what has become urged that the child he given the A-l to your druggist -
of Ihe-W'l1J Life League which: and obtaining. Pieroe'a Golden
proper showing/ as the child of to- 'd
: >ue credit must be given to'Firestone' dealers who are selling Firestone tires oil started in with so much vim, vigor. 'i day'meant the citizen of tomorrow. Medical Discovery tablet or liquid, a

,,.. a aeooBer margin of'profit. This brings every Firestone saving direct to the car and vip some months ago! Possibly She told of her visit tothe, boys' re- or write Dr. Pierce, President Invalids1
it has become extinct because-of the
) form school at Marianrfa and also of Hotel, Boftalo. N. Y., for_free advice, ;
. "'-': t :I
lack of publicity Although/: its principles the Girls' Industrial School: at Ocala
4 The saving through'first cost plus' 'the- saving through high mileage doubles were:all to the good: ; but for and said perhaps A great many of '

1 Firestone economy' and i U daily adding new fame to the Firestone principle of service*} _ .Jnst.jhe.-JlI1 some unexplained>pOllilloD.-.YI reason' shed..1ILJOk.those back-: .."the I-wotW' inmates--not have of been these: there institution.had they HEMSIIIGIIINGiIPEeOllllGNETTYE T I P

duct the thing on the absent treatment -
had the influence at home.
Most Miles Dollar AH a result the league: went proper
That should make
per we our homes to
, i i f ftky-rol"keting--and the places which @
4'I I attractive that our children would
once knew it know il no more. Sometimes -
want to he at home when sometime'
folks will learn that a I II
: good thing hair fallen intp innocuous many I they desire to go to flares they should I NEWTON m
not frco t. .
desuetude because of the lack of co- u en I 314 Mitchell Street r.... 30ft y'
She also told of the wonderful _
I ., operation of the' presa.f I work the board of public health was
'
Hi Hia 7frestone'h f THE COUNTY HOME doing in the state and the instructive 41
!I I literature that is being sent out by FOR SALE! -:- rOR SALE!(
a Opreola county commissioners doperve same, and also of the health units
much commendation for he- I Kent out by tho government that arc" CASH ONLY!

. .. I manner in which the county: home is making a survey in two counties in '
the stated-Orange and Pinellas.! She My home. Northwest com.r..l00x
of the
kept. David Bass I farm and Mm. Bass, manager his wife, keeps urged that the people have an understanding 160 feet lot. White bungalow. 'Two, qt
L. E, AI.FORDKiSSIMMEE AUTO COMPANY scrupulously clean and sanitary the of conditions and an appreciation large clothes-closets.. .C.ment'walks I 3 ;
F housing equipments. The farm yield, of the necessity of a remedial deep flowing well. Land set to fruit '

: LUPFEE & PRATER OSECOLA MOTOR COMPANY and has yielded this past season *>" program that this could only be don and ftower'r; hours,,, partly furnished. .. n
where Taxes Reason for' "
abundance of fresh vegetables, including public opinion is behind the paid elllnf
beans tomatoes, lettuce, cabbage program; that the child hygiene sur death in family. Bungalow, too large e4.
and the vey' aims to preserve health fromchildhood : for me. -. : +
turnips, etc. now emus
Call at 1004 Mabbett: Street>
to old age. the results' of :
planted are potatoes, corn, cassava,
a ,.
which are far-reaching. She hoped Klislminee.* \
-
. and other seasonable vegetables. The .
.; supplies hove furnished the inmates that In a short time every county
: would be included this'health- MRS IDA BROUGUTON,
-j of the home, and, also, the convictsor in
i road One desirabl vey, which could be brought/ about by
-- crews.
:; very the county doing its work along this
feature of feed supplies consists in line:' 1. 1'. KRIBB8 W. 'j. lITIaaD'ERlBU y
the abundance of fresh milk which '
e Miss Skinner called attention to A. '
STEED1
the aged Inmates are generously given.
It Is well-worth anyone's time the four pact treaty and urged the ....
"
at..s .y..ae >--' at 'y
j WI1MSKNIGHTAt who is driving near the place to stop women who did not want to see the K____ .......... r.

a few minutes at This home-like institution future generations engage in war, u.-I ._...... !. all State .sd r
leave a fresh cheery: magazine write letters their senators urging II..... .......O..ea. -
them to for
vote the treaty without
book
.. or five a greeting t">
Mrs. Bass and to Tier somewhat shot- reservation. A motion was made thata '
In l1ou e'hold.' Giving cheer ia always telegram bo sent to Senators Tram- rat Jeaasten O. >!. HARM*, f -,
retroactive, you know. mel! and Fletcher that the clubs of JOHNSTON'A GARU1TATTOaNEYSATYAW '> ''

Low New :Price of Then too, yon who are admirers, the Osceola ratification county of askthem this to vote on '
without
a If not not purchasers of the palmetto : treaty
baskets made b)'.Mr. Albritton, call reservation. Mrs. W.' J. Frlpp,pres- tfflces!! ;. 10t.< and.fit,' Osceola, 14';, ,s"r
Went .of the'' ,' "" .
at his room and give the I kindly simile Mothers-Teachers Club ,' -. Bnildinjt.r>- <
,' t this remarkable' character who I appointed a committee consistipg ot
*
;: :,') ,. ;'; ,, ', keeps busy in mind with his books Mesdames Akerman, Best and Stanley UBSIMUBBtRobert, ,rLORlDA.t,
'f IJ.I' .Jb.' ',' J ,",,,.: and who piles eagerly with his deft to send such: telegrams.As .
J''
\ -' ,,"! :::.$ fingers the palmetto strips until the _II announced In this column '

I b.. "', .". .' .. finished product is a thing of beauty someweeks ago Mrs. Alexander

::1'3. and his he himself Infirmity.has for a time forgotten by Akerman the president as of chairman this city of :the of, was research Florida appointed federation and- Reidel ::Co. ; ,_

Thank commissioners
,
you, county:
revision at the sectional
meeting/ held!
for this institution
placing
an overseer on -
at Winter Park. Mrs.
who gives tho aspects of home Akerman sup-
and home comforts. mitted her work of Florida laws t>er- N VHJYWQ K8
taming to women, to Miss Skinner

This car of refinement and quality is now within the means For rapid healing/ there Is nothing while she was here, and was asked I.y. kmca
like Liquid Borozone. It mends torn Miss Skinner to go on the lecture platform

1 flesh, heals cuts; burns or sores so and give the results' of her rove*. -:,
I of those who have considered such a car beyond their hopes quickly no time is lost from work; tigatlons to the clubs,especially in thi '

: "i Pr ire. nnc. flop, and $1.20. Sold byJ.Z. section. Mrs. Akerman, upon Invitation HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY.. :ALL
.
.. from tho .
preaulnt of.the Loughman
Roberson.
,. It combines, in addition to the It is more powerful than any other -- club, expects to( attend the flrn INTERIOR FINIS I. WINDOW AND'

tJ . advantages of other fine cars all of motor of equal size and because of MAY MeAVOY COMINGAS meeting of its club and !give that > iyS
club! the benefit of the work as com- DOOR FRAMES, WINDOW AND
i ; the advantages of the Knight type this the Willys-Knight car con HAREM GIRLIf I piled by her. This i 1"1 a signal honorto ; c

leeve-valve unotor.' sumes less gasoline than any other May McAvoy were to' travel in' the clubs of Kfeflimmee in having DOOR SCREENS,-
all the countries which have been the one of its club women appointed *o
" t This Willys-Knightmotor actually car of equal power and weight scenes of her various pictures sir. such a position, and it is hoped that --:-- "
very soon the clubs here will have
would be well-travelled
t. improves-grows more' : powerful These important advantages woman. a very young the opportunity of hearing Mr,*_ Phone 216 For Estimates. Darlinf

with usa quality which dlstinadded In "Sentimental Tommy" she was I Akerman. ton and
to the beauty economy road While In the city: Miss Skinner was Halsey Streets. Klsshnmee,,
"Grizel, native of "Th the
a rum II <
>guishes it from all other raotora. comfort and extraordinary long life Scottish town made internationally the house guest of Mrs. Gertrude L. ]

_-, It requires no adjustments It is of' the Willys-Knight car explain renowned"A Private by Sir Sl"andalfound Jame! Barries.her 1\ Katz Kunnymede, and was Lodge/given, the a luncheon luncheon Katz at- Hours: 9a.m.t04p.m; lt to 9p-m: lr

r : I snore, flexible-and it always operates the enthusiasm of more than' little French refuge, driven to America ty including Mrs. Gertrude L. .
Mrs. W. B. Makinson, Mrs. Earl Lup-
by the destruction of her home KISSIMMEE -
quietly. 50,000 owners. through German shell-fire. fer, Mrs. W. J. Frlpp, and Miss Skin- >

And now she has been placed in a ner.There BUSINESS'
real Turkish harem. For that 1M was a source of deep regret COLLCjQt: ,
t Touring reduced $150; now $1375. Roadster reduced $125; now $1350 where she is found in early scenes that Mrs. 1. M. Johnson, the vice- Merchants Bank ,
and
'4 Coupe reduced $320; now $1875. Sedan reduced $300; now $2095 of "Morals and will be shown al president of this section, could not be Farmers- +

, /..*.Tefc* : ; the Casino next Friday, March'81.As present confusion as was expected, but owing Building Kissimmee Florida
to of dates
"Carlotta," English Inmate of the a it was impossible : -
.t harem of Ilamdi EfTendi, she em- for I.er to attend. She was ex-
: The Motor With Use
Willys-Knight Improve barks upon a series of remarkable oe-ted to be the house guest of bar JAMES D.
-- ,--- adventures which land her in the old-time friend-Mrs. S. B. Aultmanin M.cOLASIIAN. PrincipalCommercial

JI.aTEJ: :: : :E- cSc JI? TJBE: home English of peer.Sir Marcus Ordeyne, a staid! planned- whose a luncheon.honor Mrs.It Aultman is hoped had to Department I IMRa.
Y
Ktssimmee Florida The absolute frankness of her have Mrs. Johnson address the clubs C. B. HILTON.
harem training, coupled' with the Innocence -, before the club year closes. Stenography and Typewriting' +
and appeal of a perfectly unsophisticated It was a source of a great deal of
girl! create complications pleasure to hsve with the clubs to
;
which render this a very un- !hear Miss Skinner; renresentativen .. M
from the Woman's Clubs. of Saint
usnol"Morals"I entertainment., is a William D. Taylor 1 Cloud' 'Loughman., and. other localUties Special _Instruction, !.. In.._Sjfcr tarial q'

Droduction. Julia Crawford Ivern Work. A
wrote tho scenario while William P. I n
Carleton, hero of "Inside the Cup," Watch your children for symptom ,
has the role of "Sir Marcus." of worms. They undermine the fealt'. ,- f'
--- and breed sickness. Use WhitaV
,t. FAREWELL TOURIST MEET Cream!' Vermifugo. It expels worms
y and restores health and vigor Price, LUMBER
# The refrular meeting of the TouHst! 35c. Sold by J,1-. Roberson. __ i
Club will be held at the city dock -
Tuesday evening.!' \ rc-h 28. .t 7:30.: /) LOCAL MINISTERS IN DEMAND Before placing your order torJumberr
This will be a farewell social sneering _
,lath
/a V Mnch pride is felt in the meritorta mouldingsshingles, .* ,
U'II'orlc send
list
,
us 7010
standing of clergy. At this early
our ;
An driver run full date Dr. J. A. J5tjtt-n, of tin Baptist far Tow estimate. Our.prices: are
right grades and ,
model railroad church has been Invited to guaranteed can
tilt into the latest of preach ,make deliveries
crossing' gate recently installed in the commeneement sermon at Mul- promptly
Chicago without Injury either to himself berry on April 23.
or the ear. The ratewfll gradually ThePwylumber; 90 pi
yield and will halt the ear just abort One thousand two hundred eightyr _
of the truck. A snte-m of weight andcoil + Jan* women entered CalIfornia ::_rnay' ,'FLORIDA., ':. ',
-I L .- springs exert braking pressure. ; during" 1921., > -

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,; Y .r 'THE K1SSIMMEE. VALLEY,''CAz 'TTE.,FRIDAY., MARCH 24, 1022, Aa
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741 .... '.. ., ... -- ., I .' .. " '.-- '

t. PnoNA 11t/ A film of lea for'nedon.an.arm of _A 'bonMI7 song extending 40

OtANOiAR BiE COMPANY I AGRICULTURAL POINTERSEarly ] "Save Children, Near East" ;J Pleads /cold San Francisco nap.Irrigation Bay,ditches during ijrozeover* recent r the miles Mexico-California inland along the border full length soon will of Ube

ti.: U BICRRY: ManftfteCAn ; Member of Relief CommissionMrs. Ang-eh and! now flurries occurred near Los Mexico proclaimed' by the Governor of "'4,

plantings of watermelons are .- .--. .M

Kind:.I Granite and.Marble For now running1, making vines, putting Florence .. . ..... .... .. .. ..... ...'s.44b++, s4.8Q446+a

If on heavier foliage< Monnmental aid, Building: Work time for the grower to get bury and
start yourspraying for control of Spencer.
-
,
blights, anthracnose, and the melon PASINfi I J.
Have our 'r.t> e..ntatl.e call on you phisBythe'tlmo the first runners

with. ,designs, and sample*,* start, the spray should( be applied. Duryea, I J
For the entire season, use bordeaux ,
mixture, 44.50 and when youhave
10J\V, .l Pln. !!It. Orlando* Fla.' t.be'melol'l aphis use with' the bores Justi .11 THEATRE U' : ,

deaux mixture, black leaf 40. This
a combination spray at the right tlmo i _
Kiddies'Colds' Can /and in the right way will do the Returned SATURDAY APRIL 1 1A
work. It pays Jto rpray the melon ,
: :Be Eased Quickly crop. Get ready and jro' after it n.>w. .
{ Prolong the fruiting Mason and the From ajourney
4; Dr King's New. Discovery will; do shipping season by spraying to keep 4 Great Story of the Real WestfleadiILNOfILWith ,

:, that very thing, easily and Gui,kly. the vines free from Insects and disease. ,
.; Don't say. "Poor little 1ci
_ .". J__kne rwhnttc_ 1) for you: !" Whon worth a pound of cure. Bordeaux.,
+, tnecpueh but tttotcure-therri I 'Start-heftm tuft-tit
y TKing's New IJjscovpry as directed,and : *
It mill soon 1 he cafcdk the disease with the spray, and keep ,, ,
the vines in condition. -. __ I
good healthy MRS.
'It'. a good family rough" nivt cod: !
tnd-rot and stem-end rot Levant ,
UloBsom are Say* -
remedy 1 Loohcna the nlilciiii.Clears ,
too. lip
up the rough, relieve! the con also controlled by spraying with bordeaux FLORENCESPENCER 1, -ALSO- i
No harmful drug Fur fifty mixture.
gestion. ,
years a standard remedy for colds: The last issue of the Florida Grower. Scores of, CHARLIE CHAPLIN
roughs, grippe. At your druggist, gave a complete schedule for spraying i
SOc a bottle. to control citrus "disease and In- DURYEA -IN"IN -_ .
sects. If you are interested and do Children are
not get the Grower, call on the co'in- '
; Dr. Kin. 's ty agent, who will gladly give yoll J I : THE: PAR,(

the desired information in regard i.o Dying Daily .
New Discovery spraying your rove. Bright fruit at t. ..OI..O..O..OO..O .04 O..

this time ia tipping the market In rTrMlOUSANDS of that could .. .
i For Colds and Coughs orphan meat they : hardly drag - -- --- -- -- -
t r the north. It pays to spray your I throughout the Near East who themselves along the ground, crying;
Constipated Ilcre'sKeUeftClranM! grove, provided you have a cause to owe their lives to America for something to eat at the gates of

the ,system,. with Dr. King's pm.... right for;" that you spray at thu still look to us for their food and Near Fast Relief orphanages: in
't They prompt free bile flow, stir un tlme and In the right way. using shelter, according to Mrs. Florence Alexandropol and Erivan. The Institutions -
the lazy liver and get at I he root of the the right materials. It you can't Spencer Duryea, Director of the are already overcrowded,
trouble. All druggists, 2Sc. meet these requirements, don't waste Women' Organizations: of the and unless additional facilities are
your money trying to spray. It costs Near East Relief Mrs. Duryea provided DO more can be admitted.
PROMPT "WONT GRIPEr money to spray. was a member of the Commission "This means' a situation so horri- t3.J 'Jwg
r; D r. Kings Pills When looking around over the which had just returned to this ble that I hate I > think of it, for oe' a :
? county the other day for pork to baibecue "- country after a two month investigation winter Is coining, and winter in ..""'.::::,';.'::r- -_
;;
.I found it rather difficult to of,conditions in the Levant. Transcaucasia i i" Hiltoily colt] and -

rt n ,find real good pork. Plenty of hogs "They look to for they have the starvation and disease! that is
1In, the 'woods' but; no first-class hogs us now carrying off scores every day
I .
DANCING SCHOOL no one else to look to, }of rA Dur-
the Mr. it bl will
for butcher. Farmer, declares "We have been caring grow worse.
hooves you 19 get bUllY, raise more yea the "if more American women could
for them during long
# A Oats in Dancing will open at I feed, better breed hogs and be ready warfare, which has not yet yearsof ceased only see the tiqhts( that 1 taw, of I Columbia Dry Bat- S
''to the market with babies dying in their mothers ave back!
DOWNING HALL |" supply good pork. in the Near Fast, and we must Uric work betternd your
(History: repeats itself. Right now continue while the present need arms; of youngsters who still need ... longerfecth '
SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH I 11 I there 11 a bigger demand for pork exists. a mother's care scratching in refusefor I
than two months ago. Why Well, a morsel of something to eat; -fWallio.. .. .... Put a Columbia "Hot Shot"
I'there was an over-supply of hogs, "Though much of our work has of others !so shriveled up from --- b
A specialty will be made of Ballet ::: = Ignition Battery under the front
and it will
,less demand, the market grew weak, l been done require just starvation that they more resembled I .. ....
and Classical Dance ,prices went off, and as a result the a little more effort to complete the mummies from some ancient --- eat of your Ford,and we its current
farmer sold off his hogs as soon as task the situation this year makesimmediate Egyptian tomb than anything Kaman --f-.......6-s. ; & .
I and effective action nec if rouM these for sur J.rt ignition hi"I start.
s b' CLASSES AT 1EN O'CLOCK ,possible. Now good pork is scarce, ; they only see

's, ]I prices are picking up, and the (annt'rcan't essary.' political Due to condition invasion and an additional disturbed nights would, see and thai worse America I know did they not -= ::- ing. Full ignition power instantly, .

1 For full details call Phone 224 or..' supply the is market. What incre51In you burden has been thrown upon forsake a task that up to this time _. -. b.... regardless of weather. The Columbia
can expect now a steady )
|V 1 come to lh. hall prior to ten o'clock. price for good pork. .Start your us, especially in Armenia, where has been so wonderfully done.. ."d'a'd'.1' "Hot Shot" No. 1461 fits
there thousands of little tots
are
Mrs. Duryea was the only woman ,
MRS. CHARLOTTE DOWNEY 'l.strnctor herd off with bred stock, rakemore
a, i,I I grain and pure produce better pasture facing a dreadful! death unless we member of the Commission to visit under the front seat-put it thereTIwu"1

for your hogs. Say, boys, let'ssign answer their appeal."I Transcaucasia where she was the ...- today. ''
F in the pig club with a saw hundred of children, so guest of the various local govern- t1'7 a.anr. Clad.....
up purebred thin and weak, from iinder-nourish- ments. ,... efw.....,..",,
t te pig. Show Dnd you can raise a..ra ,."....". Columbia Dry Batteriesor all
..
4 > 'S ;'a fat pig.Plant ,. 5,..,.. el.,. ..."+.r
; f: I, an acre of strawberries i is r- .._ ........ purposes are sold by electricians, ..
!FEDERATED CLUBS ENCOURAGE
WORK piANO the slogan everywhere. Make OsVeoln DOES YOUR auto supply shops and garages,
e R county come into possession of her t THE FINE ARTS hardware'and '
e'M own. We have the best berry land i -"' general stores, and
in the state of Florida. Strawberries I "Next to rending, writing, and arithmetic implement dealers.: Insist
}a Works wonders on Pianos, Talking need a constant supply of water. HOUSEWORK munic has greater practical upon
value than any subject taught in the Columbia. ,
wells here in
Flowing are common
''Machines, Furniture Autos p '
; .
school, says Dr. P. P. Claxton. U.
LO ceola county. We have it on Plan:
ate/. City in that respect. Get land S. commissioner of education Lamentable -
'w -- your!
ready for an acre of berries. If your SEEM HARD? is the fact- that our childrendo '
For' painted enameled, and Columbia
,
have cf not have in the school curiculum :
land does!! not T ready supply
leather'surfaces. 1 :
it there flow opportunity to lit 11< v music.
water, put by a or \ '
I
,. Mrs. Tadd Little, of the Saint Petersburg
,$Satisfaction guaranteed or money pump. Tile your land for drainage, Has Your Strength! Left Yen Glide's art school and director of J> sub-irrigate, grow 100 acres or more
'back.- 'Made I in Klsslmmee. ry
.,.. ;, of berries and the buyers will come Pepto-Manran Will Restore It Jut Jon .
Ibey **
.- to Kisimme and Saint Cloud to buy: fed-eration I .
I "!bYsWILDER'S'STUDIO: all the berries we cnn produce. If you have dyspepsia; and headaches -
-.. SOLI? I When you ;,et ready to criticise and and feel l "all in," don't take it .exprcsoion firstly:> drawing picture }
,' I find fault'with your-countv agent for for granted that there is no relief. Mrs. Little urges that more attentionbe J
not.calling on you, AS I know some Strength and ambition for your tasks'I given in tho I schools! to ,art/ The -

elf you; do, put in a call for him to will come when you build u,, your music department of the state federation '
"," I come to your plaia, and he will 1-e weakened .body with Gude'fl to- hoe a board and comprehensive A. MARTIN SEED
} :.60c1OTTL\ $t. ,\. :thereHe doesn't know if he U welcome Mangan. Take it with your menus a program which Is workable in local > otJLli COMPANtY , /
> I.AIUJKST .
AND SKKD
d clubs. It encourages.community '
at ,farm. Some farmers few weeks and sea the permanent 'LOIUD".j
..c'I I -" ,' ,. . .... . .. don't believe every in county! agents, any benefit. It is'' just the-thing to aid sings! and urges that music-atlen.t i k JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ( 7

way. I am for the farmer and his you to recover full health. Tyis wonderfully sight reading-be given in the lower 1 1I MARTIN'S m TEST SEEDS;
'elfare-anxloult to see him, prosper. efficient fcrm of food inn I grades in our echooli. I
RHEUMATIC ACHES Call or write for the countyngenl'oservices. quickly improves the appetite, ad-la For many years Miss Deals has I Are Known For QualitySeed

; At your demand, always. color to cheeks: and lips and imparts labored 1 unceasingly to rake th- Corn, Henna, Peas Pepper, Eggplant, Watermelon; Cantaloupe,
QUICKLY RELIEVED I ITIIE..I'ack1nI" I strength to the jaded mu cles! ). R(). standard of musical enioympnt In Potatoes, Tomatoes, Cucumber, fowpeaa, Forage and Field\ Seed,
fold "nettled in the muscles of !the membr to ask for "Gude's' reptofanfiin. Kissimmee. Thin year !she hac the Our Catalogue and Price List will give full informntion. We carryall )
i neck, arms or .shoulder makes every > ." Sold in both liquid and cooperation of Miss Waterman who varieties of garden, field and farm seeds that have been tested,
: agonizing rheumatic movement: pnii.ful Use Bollard's tablet form.-(Advertisement.) is tenohme sight rending in the hiir'i, and proven to he adupted, to Florida soil anti climate, and our yours
of 51 111n'a relieved Liniment.by an application Snow Liniment! It relieves the pain school, being able to do: so bv tho of experience enable us to handle the Florida Seed business to ad-
< school hoard contributing $;;0
end 1 relaxes the rmi'tlcs. Three s-zcs, ; permonth \antage.
For forty years, folks all over the DOROTHY DALTON COMING
world have found Sloan' to lie the 30C. fiOc, and 120. Sold by J. 7.. and the pupils giving an equal I SPRING CATALOGUE
amount. I
a ..natural enemy of paine and aches. I Koberson. I With Dorothy DAlton in the featured But it is in the primary rrmlr-s Martin's Spring{ Catalogue is now ready. Write for it. Everyone
;g, ". Mt ptnetnOe triUumtYou rubbing.i .1 role, George Mlford's big Paramount that fundamentals should be tall ht. ''I interested in Florida spring and summer crops should avail thoni-
can i just tell by: its healthy, I PLANT YOUR< FLOWERS NOW I.. production "Moran of the In time these thing.1 surely will he: j: selves of Information contained in our descriptive cntalogue. Supplied .

t .tlniulating\ odor that it is going. to doX.rpS7ooa'S I tlecently there held in Kissimmee I I Lady lyetty," an adaptation of the however in the present, there in. .!I. FREE on request to those who send in their namn.p'omplly.
you good. was j novel by the late Frank Morris, win'! i available work for the club women of Write for it today. Full" information and prices on all seasonable
fine exhibition of what our
a
c bawdy for neuralgia, be shown nt the Casino next Wednes I lIeedll.I .
datica lame back still county agents Leo II. Wilson and I, KiftBinimee-that of encouraging art
joints, sores day. Rudolph Valentino, who was '
iu clea. strains and sprain. _Miss Albina Smith-are doing, and I' and music Kissimmec in rt"marknb1v'lortunat I E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY
featured with Aeries Ayres in "The
35c, 70c, 91.40., other co-operativo agencies.! Since 'Sheik," Mr. Melford's preceding production : HR to her Rifted young pooRle. : 202.206 East Bay Street X Phones 4277_1230
.
In Minn Emily Sanderson there
then Winter Park has held a
very |
4kt' has the male lead of Ramon I the veritable soul artist. I
MORiOiriitnen successful flower show. At Kitsim- ; i of a great
> $ mee's recent exhibition there wl'I\'e'' .art-do. Charles Brindley as Captain Many persons know of her talent nrH I. -
creditable flowers displayed, but why Sy-rnorsen; Emil Jorgensen plays the many are the demands made upon her 00044846644464G444Gb4844-c-
I part of Nels Maude Wayne is Jose- I
not right now prepare to make the Herrick{ for all sorts of decorative work. Miss
phine Cecil ]Holland is castas
flower show a prominent feature of ; Leah Wilcox is another who excel t
Bill Trim Walter Long plays Cap-
; in drawinrr. In muitic
our next community fair To the; portrait w?
tain Kitchell and George Kuwa plays
aforesaid Winter Park flower show have Mmx Patsy Mnkinson Elizabeth!
,Makes Charlie Wong. This Is believed to be Waring, and others vocalist and
S1ckSkJns Miss Jean Caldwell and Mrs. F. A. as ,
weU.O-or Nave contributed-cut flowers, mixed one of the strongest subjects for the scores of artiste in piano and organ;
.nobeoa'a screen that could) be found. Frank TAX NOTICE
and have who i.
1hmilra.mdi.aeMaeM.r. by Miss Caldwell; a bowl of roses Norris master I we many boys play
was a story-tell
1s..ttSre.rosrxto.. .. well on string end band instru-
fs eq by Mrs. Nave. Both were awarded very
whose
untimely death robbed the ments. Miss Waterman them
prizes. Let's enter the floriculture says oOoI
world of a literary genius. "Moran
is fine material the i I"
contest and have the wonderful allowing among boys i
&sema0lnatmentts' that we are capable of makingat of tho Lady Letty"' is an adventuretale the high school for chorus work anl
of Pacific seas, with thrills and
:
our exhibit next January. "po it the salt tang of tho ocean in every I she questions re-cognize whether it. or not the parents NOTICE is hereby given i
now" should be our slogan!
I 1 scene. Is there not here work for the I
Subscribe for The Valley Gazette. I__ Short sermons have a long reach. -- I club women of Kisiimmee that of
,,t STATE COLLEGE VOCAL fostering our home talent? At a recent that the'Tax Books of Os-

TEACHER BURIED ALIVE board meeting a'slogan was giv-

Tallahassee, March 17.-Miss Em- i!not ent "Idealize have these the Attainable.attainable" in Do our wo ceola County for the year ;

i Notice To ma E. Boyd, a vocal] teacher at the I midst Why cannot we have May d.
Laundry Patrons Florida State College for Women' festivals art contests, art exhibits: 1921 will close
here was buried alive while searching I and why cannot the-club women of promptly
for historic relies in an Indian mound, Kisslmnieo encourage" ontelt.off"; ,
seven miles from here today. prizes-Idealize our Attainable-the
OUR TRUCK WILL CALL AT EVERY HOUSE IN KlSSJMMEE Recently) Miss Boyd it is under- glory of our youth? on April first. All taxes;
stood and other young women of the \
MONDAY, MARCH IZO college had engaged workmen to excavate CLARENCE WAS
not paid that date will
FOR. LAUNDRY PACKAGES AND WILL DELIVER THE SAME the mound, and Miss while the men FORD DAY ORATOR by
were still engaged, Boyd accompanied V

ON WEDNESDAY by two other curio hunters Clarence Wood, of Eustlc, was one be subject to all penalties.C. '
went there today. While standing in of the attractions at Klsslmmee's 4 7

g. FOUR SERVICES WEEKLY one of the clearings lateral earth suddenly Ford Day celebration, but as he failed -
gave way and buried her.. Physicians to 'report at The Gazette office we L. BANDY .
e ey MONDAY; WEDNESDAY fRIDAY SATURDAY who arrived after the body didn't learn whether tie was sent hereby ,

had been recovered said her death hadl: "Uncle Henry" to look after his
been caused by suffocation.. MlleBoyd Interests or just happened to drop in. Tax Collector. .
_'i't LAKELAND STEAM LAUNDRY was % native ot Iowa, and had Any way, he, mounted therostrum ;
- been a member of the college faculty just before the barbecue and gave
" : R.\ A. SNYDER. Agent.t.R . for. four :years the large crowd a real sample of

K RutherfordSpecial Agent; : .'I 'Telephone 49 | There Is at least'come piety la holding Kentucky eloquence. -

; r .r Jr in a cough entirely through the (Lives of great ,mn are apt to re- ,
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r--. I . r LEGAi.ADV Cash street.. onlr.Mr*. Call Ida Brouyhton.at 1004 Mabbette: i-tt r HOW CASSAVA CROWN"

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'I. B.. DICKERSON. f ton LlII-n. nets ElectriC: Wall RAISE AND USED IN BARBADOS

Plat. Practically now At a ,
reasonable
CONTRACTOR\, AND! BUILDER: ;
County Commissioner I. H. Wetharbee .
pM_ Apply Valley Oa- -
I. T". c...* .i.... C_..,. J.es;*. luam. or .oth....' Illicitly manufactured. sette. t-tt who> has been interested for'

Brick-laying, Lathing, Plastering, 01. ,...ty, Klewte. liquor. shall upon conviction for such __ $$30,000,000 GASH$ some time in the growing of caasara,
Painting I' orti-nse be punished by ImprisonmentIn FOR 8ALB-T.: boy1 cult. 4-year
IN RE: ESTATKJAMKH : the City Jail at hard labor fur a old alse, velvet, one dark blue, on. la in receipt of the following communication
No. 121 Brack Street, Klualmmee' W. MILLER' period not exceeding" Ninety r>ay. or dark' groin Russian style whit from tho agricultural\ department .
., ijHCHARKO!: : es e.dlns; Two Hundred -enllar-and, cnffs.. d..taClb.b. ..J4erlynew
f To all Creditor, .Lejiatees. Distribu ...rn:01rrt,*.,, :- >y bwth flh" .and Imprlsonment Apply 101 Main street>;. .,.u at Washington:
tee. anit nil' person having claim or at the discretion of theMayor. _. ALL OCNCMAL WORK *TR*NOTH> March 15, 1922.

demand. against maid estate: You n4leach FOR 8ALB-Woodon waablnv machine END *y 7S MILLION CAM. Mr. I. II. Wetherbee, ,
vf Heo .. All ordinance part.' of
i you. are hereby notified and or ; nearly .sol Main
Buildings Go .I required to present any claim or d..- ordinance In conflict herewith be and street n.w.Afpl: 0-tf PAIGN, IT !I. HOWN. Kla.immee.L.Florida..
: j mauds which you or either of you.i the same are, hereby repealed.. ..- I Dear Mr. ,Wetherbee .
i may hare afralnst the! estate 'of James Read a first and second time by FOR 8AL.I5! -K tra good grape vines: I enclose herewith, for' your Information -
I lw, Miller deceased.. late 'of Osceula : unanimous/ consent, and passed In open' Carmen, toe'each $XT per 100 Florida WHERE THE MONEY GOES photostat
a of an article -
County, 11'lorkla. to the undersigned session, thl. 7th day of March A.'IX Toltay, T5c each: Florida M'slisga. copy
I.J.V.. Miller Jr., Administrator of old I 192 2., "u 7so ...ch. William Belersdorfpr. Orangre on an improved method of plantIng
estate, within, two from the dat. A. a<< OIU3KRT. -'
year Centre. Florida, ll-4t cassava which appears In the
hereof. ("KAL') 'rr-d t vf Council. .urn. That 'Have ... Appropriated l
Alp QuicklyWhen fated! February. *. A. D. 1522. Attest 1J. 2- "Agricultural News" of Barbados for t
J. W, .. JR. H. OIUiBRT. FOR RENT.JI'OR' T. VarlMia Objects Set .Forth .. January 7. 1922.., If you are still .. .
Administrator of Estate of James I"I..rk.! HaadquarUni. OfH. At
y growing cassava you will perhaps be
this \ RIiNT-Nlc..i: furnished flat.
Approved
\V. A
Miller Incensed. 7JLn day of .
MarcJi's.
W. H. CRA WII'ORD. Attorney D. Ion. Modern conveniences Low rent for' NaahvHI. Tniv interested In' trying; out this methodof

Orlando Jl'lorlda.'t H. H. MAY. aumnier. W. B._ Harris._U-tf I planting whole stalks instead of
ourlumber; Is used. For them Mayor uf the City of Klsslmmve.N short pieces.
FOR RENT-For tIle summer one of
Is r? no time lost in selecting good MAYOITH llori.AMATION 1I.6t the most deslrablo furnished\ I -- Very truly
Under an boards or in matching The lumber -*; 1\1... 1, H. It. Mil)'. Mayor fef the city: TlfH OV. MAMtKli'M; 1.90ThOTi1flreby In Klsslmtnen. Phone III!, vr call aHICNT ..t I R. A. YOUG
up. rtf 1iImsmyy.. . _-4I0--Ii4''en-Mrtet_ -- ,
Fluridii, dokeretays.n. :1Hfj = : Plant:: 'IntrodgCBT.:-" -- -- -
rent out'from here can be used' nounca, proclaim and declare, that an given that In "r'--- '
I election will be held nt tho cit,. hall. In suance to' an order entered on the fInd Lit -My home, fully furn I s h: I :
with the minimum' amount of work( uald city, durltiH: tho legal 1 hours ofOttiig' I day of March A. U. 1HZ.Z In the case eel; nil modern c.1l.Y..nl..IO..t I ; for the { Improvement. In Method of I'hamti.gCascara
1 the ,of Charles ,\. Jr.. summer' mOlOlh.--.T..o..I..d ing-up. Its use time-us wellai] on Seth tiny of Mnrch. A. Carson. Complainant
eaves
1>. "HI!*. for the purpose of eli-ctlnir I versus, Cut-Ron -Cattle Company, n .....,.* 1'enlneiilnr lioslwlrk. I'ark : lvt>
insuring a better building In every the follow-In officers for the ti-rm, of porHllori. lit>v|.oiident. peitdlntr, In the ute wnlk from the sea. A..dr.th"j: The following ,statement attributed .
one ye..r, via: Circuit Court. 'of tho 17th Judicial\ Circuit "K.1 J. II." Postofflcu Uox 87*. l> to A. R Carr of Trinidad, in respect -
way. And our prices spell economy( One Mayor j of the Mtnlo of Florida. ln-nr'.i for t....... riorlda.. \ to planting whole stalks of cassava

time. Ono Clerk nnd Tax Collector. Osc"oln Ooiinty, In Chancery In*' on l--oit;;( : --U"Jr;; has ..
every I I Ono 'Trousurcr the April Rules hay same beliiff thu It1'NT'--4un-t.ra' I : apparently aroused a good
t' Also to serve. for the term cif 0 n.. I Srd day of April., A. iS. 1911. durinc\ the floor of (the Wlllxon. bulldlns. on L>nrllnutun A deal of popular Interest. Quoting Mr.
.ear t.r nil the unexplrt-d term of J. I Iohl".tott.l' tleval liofirs of sale, nt the front d.-or'of .itvvnuv. All r. ..' for orrupnncy. > Carr.' the Journal 1 of the Society
Royal
...I@n'd : b the Court HOUMO. In Klssimmee.$ n... Hee J. III.'III..u.... or l >r. = -
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WOODWARJtUMBER.YARDTclephone} 'tie in. inler of the ell}*-r I I Ala,, to serve for the term of twoyeiirw I sal* and sell I to the highest cod f nest Company Klsslm : Hitherto the way of planting the
\\tt 220 : j bidder forHHh In hand the follvwlrirdeacrlbeil II...... It-tf : ..f ; cassava was in abort portions of the

.K1SS1MMKE : i FLORIJMNIID'S I|I 1 Two tiiTcl.y in. mbnriu appoint of thn C. W.city(Orlfnn council., II. I I property First l>e.vis.....ptl.: .. "'Illt It fJN'I'--Tw-r-; ;;;;; ;h.:; Hills; ; ,-;slid; .. '.' stalk, measuring from six to nine e -

_. :', N. **rf"Olli H. ". <*yici! >ias'lji""rs' ! .llJjcrii Jacknsses unit. \ JenniesNer I one'''llv<-.r000fl'd I coil age unfurnlHhd. ._* > : j; inches long; but purely by an accident '
i-nhll, .E.TliOtWON.as t'l..r1 01 eaidcIetIoii. ;, ..Bd IteM-rlvllaa ,-,I. All inoderttlmpt'r.yements. "ir: .
] I ; (.' ui.tiftu-d. I I -t f <
j,
2 head .r Oxen. 3'
I .. . : length of stalk of cassava plant i Is
BATHS In witness whereof I hn,',' hereunto Tklrd IP.serli.tin.j. / 1------ u. -- -- t: "
not my hand as Mayor of said, city I I Kuulty or Redemption I In oontriu't I of. WANTED. '- I planted. the tubers ripen and are 'fit' '

-- and cnuseil the srnl. of said city! to I,.. sale, dated the 23rd day of August, ______---. ___ uV ,/ to ent in four and a half mntlul.(
Best For Many Disease 'I I[ hereunto nffixed this Hth day ot "Fc-b- 1917. between, Jo dw. C. Kwen and wife, 1 \ ANT 1<::0. -0' hoar from owner of :
1 ruury A. 1'. JIo' 'Z. John .1. Klipp. and wife, John N. Hoi 1<.*...1 ranchfor SH!I.* "Stale' rush. Jt against the old method, which Involved -
J,, ". It. .MAY. j ,Innd. Kdwln I Eddy and I wife, partle.1 of pilcc., full l.nu'i iii1.t'a. l I.. K hush : at least eight months. The manner -
Good baths with; water: direct from I'Attest SEAL) Mayor tho tint part. and Carson Cattle CumI j MlnncaiiiillB. :Minnesota. 4-13t of planting Is simply to insert
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KI./'mm"
I I II.a..y..Rrt. of the second pnrt. ItivnlvjlnfC -
medicinal wt-11. Open Tuesdays1, J. K. rilt.HlillT.: 1A.4I$.> aeres of land "situate In Hr- I; I the lower end of thn'! stalk into the!
MSCELLANEOUS!
Thursdays. Saturdays from 0:30 n. I City Clerk., il-It''i vnril,. and HI. 1-uclc Counties Florlil, ..- ':" ',' ground not more than two or three -

to 6:00 m. A short drive from its recorded among the public record l.. cr-; Pl, inches deep) and in orderto secure
m. : p. NOTICK "P MUTE'iMW"I.& | of Brevard County Florida. In deed : AND: HOODS. baURbt. "old I
Klssimmee. book .6, page 87. and rrtmlrfd. The Casino. 44-tf Or. B. Gill. Baptist' Mepresentsllv' MKurope the growing plant against the forceof
--.,.,..... ..... In the Circuit Court of I.Ue: Seventoenlh .. {i-I I FVurlh. l>....rl.U... i :._ on Left and P. V. Psvtoff" ef the wind If' In an exposed position ,t-
Judlclul Circuit! of n... Slate of '. Cattle Compun1.. All: Russian Septisi Unlen.
i I Kiiulty of ( .r..n LOST the plant .hould be tied to
Orders for the water bo h.ftat a
.
may Florida.. In and .
for Osceou! '
County of
i Lease dated the 2Hrd day Auti4l.
Iin From the the
I p beginning Bavtlat
of
residence (ill 'Patrick street.CHAS. In Chanoi *4. H. Owen, es, Receiver' 1S17. between ":dw. C. Ewen und wile i -M"hl.-- ;; >> stake. Planting is usually done in
<.r The "'ai..".. fe Curson lr-cery Cuuti.r.any. John J. Ifupp and wife, John N. Holland I.O.ST red and blue cap.thirty f-niVroldered, Inches Hnlna lung, 75 Million Campaign to January, 1 1J.a the month of May. In new lands aM

NEJD. r a c..r..Uon., | Compliiiisnt versus 1 and 1'.1..1"I Eddy and wile par j I tall trlmmlriKS.:: Liberal reward. H.. total of fSO.SS6.llff.41 had bean paid much as 12 to-IS tons of fresh. tubers- ... --
Arthur
Owner n. (Ureen et ci. Itespondents. lies of the that l>ai t, and Carson. Oat
... I turn to N. Powers" 1'ostofflce lint 722. fostvrad the Campaten can be obtained whereas in old. .
No< l I. is hereby ...I'.n by the !tIe Company party of the second pnrl In to objects by partially
underslg-iv-il. ns ,Special" !M-ster heretofore "! Invnlvlnw certain: lands In Urevar l end | Tampa. 18-Jtx .. U I announced by the general worn-out land, unless m liberal
-- Hpp.tinted In thv n ove cause. Ht. L.ucle Cnunttea, Flortdii. M. recorded supply of i I. allowed
-- that purMu.mt. to a fInal d .-, ru. entered j I among the public reeords of Itrevard STRAYED : : hea4Qu.rt.i. office at Naab villa. Of manure not '
; I i III this cause on the let day of County Florida. In "....,. ho.'k 76 I this amount UII.7'8.71.11 came la more than 6 to 8 tons of tubers can
TlepIoiies I '- ()He.-. No ; ll.'S- March. A 11. 18ZZ. I sh ill offer for 04. HTHATKM from my 1,1.1CC on ITUluy. bo depended on.
Idnnrf. No 313. j jI sale nnd s. II at public oui cry for rash I paw Filth l>e.erl...I... Starch 10 tonsIl mule: weight. !It.*- through the payment regular Campaign Concerning the of' la -
In hand I.. the highest b dder, st the I, The Northwest- quarter of the North- I twftrn KOO and 700; moiiHrolorod i utscrlptiotis and tba rmalnlnc use caasara
uour f.80; tu 12:00: ; 1.HO to tOG front dooi of the Court House In KIs- (least quarter (NW 1or NIC 14) of See branflrd on left hip HHI I.. Liberal Trinidad Mr. Carr writes:
I I simmer :Oxceola I County. Florida, on I I: hot Seventeen ((17), Towimhlp Thirty I rvward. If fount pl<>tit<.> ftdvlsorharRe. fl.tK6.l48.S6 la special eontrlbotloaa. 1. .It is eaten a* a vegetable, boil '
DR. B. L WILKERSONHKNTI1T Monday I he Xd day of -April. A. D j no) South; Kunire Thlrty-thrue. lEFt Krnnk 1.. Hardv. PostofftcoI Regular receipts from the various ed in water.
: plain
19Zt. dtji 'nil the legal tours of sale, Osceoln County, Florida. I! 14&. Lx>utrhinan.. Florida. 14-2tv
t the foll'twlnff' described .' Nit Kust.That I will first offer for gale the atatea follow: Ala.. $1.101.1".7'Ark.; ., 2. It is mad. into what ia known

I unl In scvola ('ount' Florida, in property arcordlnif to the separate 'I T14.Cst.O; D. of C. flSS.210.01; Via, aa farine which is a coarse form of
Ofllot Ovfr The U.-xnll Storr" I follow.All) i' the HONOR
I J 'descriptions, above enumerated to SIXTH ROLL OF meal.
f46 ,76S.&S Ga. 3000174.10; 111.
: c.C lots One IJ ) a d Two (2) of bidder. and thenjihn.ili.nep ;
.- .W. ... H. Harwell's' "Pul. >dl\ don of lliork hlurhest- separate entire property In bulk Htidwhlehevet J OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL U".57U8 Ky.. ''.In.U'.II ; L*.. 3. After expressing the Juice. the ,
the ;
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--------- --- - n. n. ".ft n uw. .method shall lirliin theKriatent dry tuber ia grated into n--ne.l. whicb'upon .
.. . I iTown or KIsslntmiM-:, y. Klorlda. HCirriinir will be coefderelas ; '807. 91.18.; Md., |S.617.44; Mlsa. '
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- -- ---- - lotnl I xuin Kirit Grade: Hob Gilbe't. H. A. being exposed to heat on flatiron
( I to the |Iti|IIK i :f xalil ntldltlonmid I .. I1.J43.84S.50; Mo.. ".1>>0.754.70; Jt. M, a
I subdivision til. d .n the uen,-.. of .1011 N 8. CAI... 'J, Hexs, Heher Jnne Barton Murplw, plate III made Intolre.d..
I
'. BOYER &: WARD I tin-I ('1.-rh .if I h. cirri, f Court of 0.- 15-zt Ppuclal Master. Melville Porter Robert Smith ..lanucsRouse IIU.UI.17; N. C.. $12.211.741.60; Okl.;. 4. The expressad: -tu1ce ia boile-i. .'

'" r< OH Count> I'litrlil'i _ ._ __ _ .: ( L. t. Tv n, K: .' l.n". The 'v. ,' -I ilf of Ix.l Two -
REAL ESTATE ,. J2 in Itl.irlc "B" of II. t. Mathrwe' tt'l.I.I..... ..I.I.I.Tln'lo' Knll TDKKI \ \ Coy Yates Katherine Butler, TVIH'\\\ ".1>*>7.483 10; T..., $5I63,65S.8S; Va, thus producing casctreep which

llomcn. Farms Groves.I .. (Idltlon to .In1 Tow 1 of KlHMimiTl. *.. >. I I I Campbell. Ruth Peyorei. Ednn F'loyd.1! ,! $1.$79,085. More than 260.000 haptlsma Is the foundation .of 'nmany. good sauce
J I Undeveloped' Lands City Lots i 1"10 bcliix a part f., the North-half I Mabel M..J./lut'hlin. Hilda llnnoel. '
l.nw- / Southern HaptUt .
'I <>f tinSuuthfnnt iirirter of HertlonTwentyone Notice IM llereb Ole.that were reported by
:
' Over I'ostoffice.\ J J J !i iI / (21) In :Tnwimhlp: Twenlynve r> nee MO'aUlmer\ purchaser. of TaxCertificate Katlieryn Smith. firntrioe Lucsintr.iW. churches last year. 6. Starch is also made from.,tbtuber' .

: _.. .. OO,
I I l nt.
----- ] 7.1 III.T' >N I I'I1KKU.| .. for tax deed to Issue In ancor lance, Joe Berti Galaarhpr, T.eARI embraced In tba Campaign pressed juice to settle the heavy
certificateembraces
M'rE.n."lweI,1 MatcrTcflhitlis <.li.nc-e with law. Said Johnson. FIrda MiUr, Betty Ne'why.Leroy' were matter being precipitated and 'whendried.
described
follow I ing property
the the
! JESSIE D. KLE1NMAN I i'ounm-1 4 for ,'o nplalnnnt. situated i In Oaccola. County. Flor- Durham. Ned }Fertic Leo Han- program and from regular forming the starch of'' com

: --.!: Idal to-wlf sell Dan I.umbnrd Clifford MoFni- Campaign contributions those objects I merce. ' .

I '.. Copying .- Stenographicoik I NfflKi.: <)!"< _M TV.H''I. ".IK. ; Lots 1 nnd of 4,'Farmer's\\''. Jl..' Farmer'H Audition lleKubdlvlHlon to- land Wifliam Campbell ThomaI have received the following; amount, It is known that alcohol can be '<

I In the C'lrculCou-t of the Revontoelith I'rmi.peer Pal k. 'I Riirhtmiri. Herman Simpson. according a oomtUlaltoa by the bead- produced from the cassava, which-al:

. Mione 268. Stat.I3ankliuilding .lilillclnl Circuit of the Htiittf! ofKlorldiu The salil land being assessed nt the Second Grade: James Waller. Joe quarter office: Foreign minions $5, so contain sugar. If the 'price, of
t In and for OMcoola' County, In date of Issuance of saul certificate In Georw ElUa- ml slon. $3.661- remains. abnormal fora..
;: : : the of J. W. Thompson. Unless Kay McLeod Steffee 4J4.01J.BS; home sugar ,
--- - Chancery : John F. Holme Ooinpl' ln- name
I i'' ant vi-rpua K L. enlev.. et al. Ite..- said. certificate shall be redeemed nccordliiK .beth Deyoreo Marie Jones. Christina 00.67; state mlssfons In the seventeen lengthy period of time' It Is likely -

I pondenta: Notl e In hereby given by to law. tux deed will Issuetheroim A.. McFarland. [Arena Phillips Dowia .tales. and local work-in the District that scientists will turn their atton- '
of April.
the heretofore underpinned appointed a. 8peclnl In th. Manter above P' m* on the Und day I Stokes. Eula Simmons, Clifton Allen pf Columbia. $4.S54.8I.2 I ; Christian tion to the sugar content of' .this'

,J E MOVE THE: ;ARTH! caune, that pursuant a final decreeentered .1. L. OVER8TUKBT. Cecil Alvey Flemniinp: Brooks Mar education 11.182.441.18; Baptist hot tuber. , .. -'
In tlila eaunn. on the lit day ;' Clerk Circuit I Court. tin Chitwood Paul Chore DOI'othy1lyen. 'The cassava sauce known as'icaeareep -.
< of March. A. U. I Khali I i. Osceola County Florida. pttals. 11.004.011I.11; orphanages, $Iv. .. ',
; I 1821. offer for
Anything On Top Th. Earth I vale and nail at public outcry forcaih ''U-Bt Hy 8. H. Bullock. P. C. Ruby Tison Elizabeth Tod-: appears-to have preservative. :a*
and Relief and Annuity
der Edna 103.787.33: well as flavoring and 1..'
In hand loththtghe.t; bidder *t the Barclay Margaret Pop::, qualities all.
YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS I front door of the Court lloima In Klelmmee. I*- NOTICK or. KXRCUTOH FOR' FINAL Olive Bowen. Edward White Marian Board which ministers. to aged .de indispensable Ingredient: In' the wall-: .

: OaceolH County Florida; on- i>l C.HAHUMIm Wellington John Muller, Rene Led. pendent ministers and their ,amllt... known West Indian- dish, "pepperpot
Id of I
Monday the day April, A. I). -
Or Anything That Can B MovedGet -
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lmH.( durlnir the leiral .houre 'lof Bale, i She (-.mri ef toed., .II...... NieCe ut: better Edward Bowen, H. J. Nav", ,1U,12t..9.Wh.t which is eHpTclsIly.popular In)

the following denrrlbrd property .1\. rierlds. Oseeola C..s.y.In Morris Lee Yowell, Alvin Overstrce, Money. Has Done British Guiana-- where. caaareep.U,
price before having uate In lsreoln Countv. Florida vim: 1 I II I Howard Watson. manufactured in '
our t'On'lIIerclal'qU.lltl-.
.' your Went-half of the Northwest quarterof the .,F)>tale of Elliott It. liiirr, These funds represent anadTanc4Wranging i
hauling done. the Northeait quarter (WH of I I Deceased.XOTICE 1 Third Grade: Lurile Minx. Vera from' 100 to lot per cent ta tie.
NWU of NKS4 and We.t half of : 18 HRKKHY OIVKN to oil I Tucker, Mary Barclay. Mary Frances In connection ''witb the industrial
North half Houthwent,, quarter of whom It concern that on the lath' the contribution of Southern Baptist
may Smith Leslie Joiner Elizabeth Baa use of the for the
W.: H. JONESITRANSFER: COMPANY Northeast ""...rt..1'V'i,4 of. NMi, of day of May. -A. D. 1122 I shall applyto to their general missionary, educational cassava plant roam-
H\VH"" of NI<:"4) of Hertlon HlXteun the Honorable T. L. Comer Judgeof I Sadie Alvey Bessie Quirk Florence ufacture of alcohol, it mar be mentioned .
fHONE fl.3 (18). Township Twenty-flvn. (25) Houth said' Court, a* Judo of Probate, for Peterson Swanson demons. Bill Tln- aud benevolent/ work prior to that an Englishman was recently
of RniiK Twenty-nine UII) .Ku.t. con- iny fInal discharge as executor of the J dall the Inauguration of the Campaign and in 'b
or Lf9t OrJ0ft ml Offfulm H.sdw. c.. Morgan Phillips Robert Burroughs Trinidad| and British Guiana
tamIng Thirty (SO) acres. more or leH. of Elliott H. Uurr. deceased and
estate I
Dated 1st day of March. 1522. that it the same time I will present I Jack Tyree Billie P rtin bare enabled the board and otherageeeet4 investigating .dl.tri"u most suitable\ .

Z. BASS. I, my final accounts as Executor of safil James Byrd, Billie Bell.Cecil Gr.slJ. > greatly extend ihejr.aer*. .t.oj' cassava growing., and it' la under .

DR. R. J. DENNING STKKII! ,Special! Miutcr.KKinna estate Dated and 23d sk day for of their March approval.A. l>. 1922.wILLL4tTA liam. J. Griffin Howard Jligditn" Ices In all departnrantf .M-ddtfld rtoorf that in British Guiana' about

I Counsel for Complainant 11-51 RIJRI't.Isst Walter Roberts, Elmer Tucker Eva to sending out more than'1(0 new mls-; 10,000 acre of land\ were purchasedfor !

<$ DENTIST IN CIRCUIT I I _.Executor. Mae Tucker. Lois Jordan Florence alonarlei line tbe Campaign. began such purposes {\n'behall of" dls-1.

Over the Postof flee. CIAIClltOUIT 01"COURT FI> HII 17TH)A. IN lunl'l I I IMcCorquendale. Frances May Mstti and providing many church bulldlnga, tillery Interests in Scotland. 'It .ia.
Fill OflCKCL.A OFFICK HOURS t to l3:3Q 1:10 t.- 5
: : : schools
CKHV.: Kednral land Hunk of Colum. I Fourth Grade: E-nest Alman, Lind- mission residences, Madagascar and in Brazil have) also ., '0'
Phone
ksldgpc. 174 ] "
bin. a Corporation Complainant vnH r[THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN ical "aemlnarle. \Jt.lI.bIDI '
.
: jorienh tb.llo"1 been
Office 1 Phone ISO 1) Aultmiin.. et nl., liefendantn. f>n sey OrijTR-erii Haley Duke purchased for the pamela.' '
the like
Monday the 2td day of May. 1522. tho 'Jeffords, James Eark'! Lupfer John hospital and on terests. i

defendants Isabello 1>. Warlns ,And ,I 'I Phay. Earl Reminifton, Russell Swair. field. the Foreign' Million .. ____ '
her husband. H. l n WarinK, ordered i FOR SALE .
are I
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A BIG WESTERN PHOTOPLAY '
been enabled work In the
to appearto the bill of complaint In Donald McLeod Lon Tyson Mabel to open new .

M. TILLER the above styled cause. It la furtherordered FOR HALE-Chrap, ItO f.et woveiwire I Fnnisler Joy Makinson Bertha M*'. field, of Bpaln. Jufpo-Slsvla. Hungary '
I that this order be publish- funclngand two good HrnraKedoors let, Alvls Hubbard. Myrtle Van Du- Roumanla and Southern Russia In Coming to the Casino Theatre on ,.
for eight C..h.'Oltlw..k In 'rho ; nlBo out-donr water-closet i''r.er. !Saturday!! April 1, is one of the lineaL
Alice Ba.4"
Phyllis England
Ktsstmtnee Valley Gazette, a newspaper ("Mil HI tt Verona strrvt. 15-it Kurope, and Pale.tlne. Syria and Siberia and moot
Real state thrilling western photoplay
Agency I publlMhcd I I I In Oaeeola County. Flor Doris Keene John Drijtgem. Harrv
In and Dr. Everett: Olll for
.. ... .... ida. illvrn under my hand and ....1\1 KOH MAJ.N-A milk cow and Rood 1 I I I Bert Dale. Herbert Bass Ada productions I't'en in this city fort along
....... .. ... .......... Hampton In
this of Italy but
--day March. A. I IV 192( 2SlKHVd missIonary
II work horsi- \pply 70< Main street ,. many years a time. It is entitled "Headl.V.
Realty Bought and sold. (" '> J. Clerk 1* OVERSTRKKT.of the Court. 1&.ltx Richard Bowen Billie Hilton Smith Lloyd Murray Bass. Robert Tyson! ., more recently a pastor In KannnsClty. North," featuring Pete Morrison the .

Houses rented. (Circuit 'ourt Seal I) 15t I i has been named special European representatlre : cowboy who furnishes more action. to ,
I VUli SAI.K:-At '1.0U ..a h. Ilrown I>PK-" March William Prathor RaymotrlDaymn 1. ,
Taxes and Titles verified horn liens; fine IRyer.,\ il. K. Krll>t>s Hazel Miller. to suixirrlaa' the greatly every thousand feet of film than' a ,
paid | ] INOTM'K roll "'1 \*I. 011'4'11 'RIOI'] I! lIi.tt half dozen of the film stars '
Fifth Grade: Alma Shuman Eva expanded work on trfat continent. Dr. average ,, '\ .. .

for non-re idenli, !. (... <'
Fire Life and Accident !In- $ j .f Florida. ierola 1 ...tr.1I..t.1 I ,, good t-onOlttoii : one with oven. Fleming Le Verte Bass Henry Baptist teller funds In Ruala as a western photoplay. due to I Itsj -
16-*( Du..1 "
212 Clyde avenue. star and story. It is not the ..boot.'emup" -
.urance. In (the I Kntnte' of Jennie A. C...... Bruce Denman, Arthur Fowler Albert -1 and otherwise looking after the Interest '
ndemnity Bondn. I >.........sedNOT1CM I I Port 8AI.K--Freiili' cow ; very cheap; Wooiluril, Ixinnie Woodall. of the dennvnlnstlon there. type of film western. but a
t IS HKUKHY: : OIVION to all 115.(: Apply to I'l Dickerson Ill 'I Sixth. Grade Donald Walker John logical dramatic stcry of life staged

.... . . .. . . ... . . . ..1 day whom of It May inn,)' A..o 1).OTnll.Rf on"W.apply 12th.! lltuck .lr.ut. KI.. lmn",,-... 13-tfc I. T. Lesley Frank: Kritr Enoch Ilerz- Home Work Enlarged!: amongthe pines the plains and the)

I to the Honorable T. L. Comer. '| H-ol7 8AI .-One Stewart % .ton truck ; berg. Stanley Chapman Evelyn Among the outstanding accomplish'raents mountains of the far west as It U
of snld Court. as Judire of .. JU.K"j'! One IiitcrnatltMial" one-ton truck ; Southerland Bonnie Virginia of the Home Mission Board are today. It U evenly balanced with the

final 1 dlHoliarife I o* ) x. .U'dc.n'tc I,| one Iti-v spm-d-waKon, one ton ; One I Simmons the aiding of more than 1.000 churches very tensest of action and drama all
;
tnle of Jennie. A. Case, Sigler Cassie Partin Ethel!
Fond TourliiR. J. .f. Duncan, ManKer. !. '
P. A. VANS AGNEWA'rroRNnTAT.LAW I that at the same time I will presentms' | 13.If i Joiner, Josephine Grifiin Ellen C<.)1"1 with loan.. and gifts. fur church buildIng revolving around a plot and story
Until accounts as Executor of said chock full of romance adventure and
of the tuberculosis
Ruth completion big -
man Bass. *,
: qptAtraril nsk for .elt approval. FOR SAUK< Rhode Island Hed eggs" Intrigue that will make it acceptableand
OFFICES Dated : February 24 I). IIUZ.KAYMOND : for halchlDK, 1I.l>u for 16. Mrs. W. Seventh Grade: Joseph Kerlk:, sanatorium at Kl Faso enlargement

Florida CAKK. U. Harris. 14-tf George Lee Sinueltarv. hazel Over of the work In Cuba! and the delightful everywhere. ,
Winter Park. 14-8t .
Executor."IH1IT
I __ FoR IIAI.E--OrRhll' grove. sewn acreson street, Alexander Akermun Edwin Canal Katie, atrengthealag of "Ike $7 I EXCELLENT SUGGESTION '

("OIIRT. HHVKNTKRNTHJl : forty-acre tract slx-ruom house, Barnes.
hnountala mission scbeels: aad the seTelopment -
' (' (-HCT OK KI.OHII. IN with bath and private waterworks; Eighth Grade: Ethel Owen. David FROM. BIG REALTY DEALERA
I ANn FUR UHriC<'I.A C'O'TNTIN stable and packinghouse.. Conveniently of aU eleven departmeatao '
CMA.MClCnV.!: Wllllasa W* 4. Cs.flmlmmut loeat..d.VIII sacrifice for Branson Katherine Denning. the work of the Board. In all seventeen recent eOPl-;of;: The Gazette rtaeh- .
T.. II.... A.V 4MI. 0.,..*- $I WIT. If sold Immediately. For far- Ninth Grade: Eugenia Akerman ed the
.... ther Information apply,. to Victor M. Rebekah Miller Mary Louise Snod- states of the Southern Baptist one George Fryho- ,, ,
CITYMEATMARKET .. '
the Hill.. 'iarcopeee. _Florida.! .. 1.1- .. Convention the slat mission .ork.'" Ier.niiw.ut..Weat Palm Beach, possi'
On Monday, Sd dny al" priz: graag best known handler of real
the defendant. Susie A. Wood. Is required FOR SALU!:-Eleven!: and one-half acres, __Tenth Grade: Alberta Branson, been greatly extended the number ** blr.the in all I Motions of the United
'to appear to this Hill of Complaint all cleared and fenced, on brick road I Janet Graves Joanna Hitchcock Baptists hospital 1 la the South fcaa
herein.It States, to be found. lie i. energetic -
vInci In. About two hundred citrus
I. ordered that this ordre be published trees on tract nearly all In bearing" Elizabeth G. Moseley. Theta Phay been Increased" from eleven to twenty and entertaining and ho appreciates .' '

Oboe a week for four consecutive Balance of land .uttabl. for tree In Mary Stanley. three all of the older eighteen Baptist the value of pushing publicity
... weeks In The KlsslmmeeValley of the beat citrus sections of
eh he
.. on. Twelfth- Grade-Clara P-mw -1
Oaxette. a weekly orphanage have been aided I. material to bring city into proper'promi.
newspaper published ceola county. Price U 71i0. Will any ,
resk Mca and In Oneenla county, Florida. late model Ford touring car .. p 0"-1 Twelfth Grade: Clara Ploetz Dciothey > way and two sew enee have !baaa.eetabllahed nence. After-penning the copy of
I II" WITNESS my hand and seal this payment. A. K. Dennis, at O Miller.MYERS '
Jnh day of .February, 19J1. offloc. :::: while the aaneer .f aced<< The Gazetto he writes this which :

VegetablesPhone I Court'l:> ERSTREP.T.13.1t : CHARGED WIThSTEALiNG dependent nlalster sad their fatellleahaa should bo. taken as an excellent. hint -
.
(Circuit .
FOR BALK. r.ren'&, rurnlshed baan doveled sad tha aamovat itaid for 1oc realty men:
Clerk Circuit Court. and No Trespase Card. A PISTOL. carries full advertisement '
"YOUf -
:"c.ora.e: .I' pipe a page
./ at The Uasett office. gives than. taereaaed IM poe oaat.Celleetleaa .
AW 4-tf of a steam laundry-but ...- '
44 C OHDINANCH.- On Wednesday night Sheriff Farm Are puahed : no .largo real I' estate advertisement

A.O....__ t. r..c c... P.- FOR BALE.-Houses and Iota, farm, er arrested .Bob Myers, a young man. ? jrh0amatpljajet .fcr. rapreaamt -' Keeping clean will not build up your
ii .1- ., Sills-ft ...._.-.. timber, etc. Bee meat ,'
cypress who is alleged to have taken a.. pistol a big gala aver the aoatrtbotloaaa "
fair
dt
_u_ _______. the old State Bank bttlldlnsv ... ,. .
I). It Ordained by the Council. of M. Doncan. Manarer.tfe from the W B. Maklnson Hardware $o aarm :Baptleta i* their work- VeCe There 1. a moral of excellence IB ,-.

not slabs on which were beautifully the City ef Klsolmmee: Company on February 19. 'AD,.. *.. the Campaign' the sum eoUected thin! item -brief though may b*.; '
*_nd' delicately'carved Section L. Whoever ha. In his or her FOR SALE-Klne residence property.Apply .
passage.the possession.,'or.kaowlncly .p.rmtts the at tbe- offlo of 1Oasette. .. Valley way the pistol was found Jn.hia pos .. no*. all that la 4s. aad-la all the.etk'a.I.rf.rt1..b.1ng If there were some George F.hof.rIJD '
Itoolnnn Ion.
i 'Buddhist holy wn- storlnsr on his or her premise la the .'. Klaeitnme a.1f Luckily; Nelson Makinson .. Mad* .. ex*, this locality Klssimmee would talc*
eo by workmen in the province City of KUslmme any alcoholic. t>... bed recorded the number of the weapon .. on a growth that would ,be .. wondor
C thu Chinas. The slabs ,were cen- race., known. as Intoxleatln$ liquor. FOR 8A1.B!-At a Mel'lttoel; mr t>unaralow ; which was,440934.; Smith 'A' Wesson -.c. ...__**..'*. $0>athta' by the ful d winning.' '.'. > "
i old( and the. natives were using I under the State .aw. which liquor .,ome. Partaly famished It frioae. .of, the C *ve.tUMi > ) > May t, an, ,
haY. been Illloitly matinfactured: and.commonly : ." .& Ix>f lOttzlla feet eorner. ,Tb.yotin'inan? wa placed. '. '
for.kindllngr.. -* coiled. MortlshlnePacking. Deatlt 'In ,family 'reason for ...Uing.e. the'.county-Jail.'for.: isle keeping.' .-..l that..".: .MM.'. .. 1M wort. mar:nU.IM. ii'.. Subscribe; for. The'V.fl.7Oa.et4. ,. .


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'I') TEN THE KISSmMEE VALLEY 'GAZETTE FRIDAY. MARCH z.c. 1922 1

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WHAT THE UNITED STATESVEnRAN'S States In 1897. I
The United States is already doing' THE
BUREAU IS DOING WATCHER
more for It. disabled :veterans than I ]

i/ Paying\ out over $1.000.000 In cash any country in the world, dellpltethe '
every day, including Sunday, directly fact that their losses were' far hear-
into the hands of the ex-service HAS
man
k or his dep. ndents. ter.Do these fact indicate that the ex Scene t the A., C.. L., depot platform. WHO
Providing without cost, hospital care service man is being neglected? Persons:' Mr. X, a travelling man.
'treatment veteran, k Mr. Z, a successful! business man.
and to 30,000
This care Includes board and lodging TIMES OFFERS $500 The Watcher.
and represents an expenditure:! by the FOR PRETTIEST GIRL Mr. Z. comes up to where Mr. X.
government of $60,000,000 per'an Is leaning on a baggage truck, and -th'e--: KEY ?
num. The Tampa Daily Times is offering! thus accosts him, .
Giving vocational training. 'wIthout I $600 in gold for the-photograph of "Hello, X., how goei (11 T" ,

colt to -jver one !Hundred\ thousand. the most beautiful girl in Florida, in Mr. X.-"O, all right 1 guess;
disabltd ex-nervice men at an annual i order to prove that this state la inno weather in fine and iujsmets pretty
c expenditure for tuition and .aupervia-, way behind the rest of the coun fair.: By the ,way, I hear Hint there : ,1
ion of $30,000,000.Mailing try in feminine loveliness.' was a burglary in 'own owl 11* lick; MASTER

i out 050,000 checks every I I I Photographs of any girl over 16 how about if"
1 ,s month representing 142,000,000. : years (unmarried) are invited from Mr. Z.-"Yen. a store was broken "l
Conducting an insurance business .!''all flections of the state. These pictures Into and some goods taken." :
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for over six hundred:: thousand ex- will be published from time to Mr. X.-"Well. let me tell you aWe
service men without any cost of administration ,I time, and at the close of the contest something: The \laws are not properly ,,-..:
to them. Insurance in I I the judges will decide which is the enforced. I believe In law and order .
I want who holds! a key to come in and see if they ore
force: $00,000,000.. most beautiful one. The $500 will be I and a burglar should be shot on everyone t

=' ---- "' ducting-ovrr jJ.lh! tlf.B"d i sight."r"Mr. ,
LPa-id--'IIir4HtI.to-.the-elrL.
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? :: j ----- ---- -thefortu"nteone.ThelockIs unsealed Dnd-rendy-for---
-medical examinations every month No costs-of-any- -- -attachedI] -- : 'Z-O'Tha: ."- -pretty"heavy---_...o... ... .
Giving outside treatment in cases j j I I: to entering nor is there anything to penalty for stealing; u. ------ -. ..,..
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Mr. X. "I know it 'is' but I'm readyforeoine earlyrcometiowvFRED :: '
where hospitalization\ is not requiredto do more than submit the photograph. | a '
20,000 ex-service men every month. Names should be written plainly on law abiding man and delight in the'
Receiving one thousand new claims the back of the picture, giving occipntlon strict enforcement of our laws for I
every day. in addition to the..1,200,000., if the young lady is employed, they are the only safeguards' we have,
mailed to Editor Another thing I would like to se<9- !
already on file; employing four thousand and directly Beauty
ex-service men and women in The Times, Tampa, Florida. The and that I is heavy penalties inflictedon S. CILBERT '
d carrying out the work. I name of the photographer should alo the road-hog who won't turn outland '. .
Requiring for 1022 expenditures in i .. be given. I. give half of the road, and the I
behalf of the disabled ex-service. man I I fellows who are continually breaking HABERDASHERY AND SHOES
$510.000OOO-more than the entire j: People who 'never get down to business the speed laws. I'd like to see everyone '

expenditure' of the. whole United_ ; seldom pet up in the world. of them get at least, sixty days ; 106 Broadway < -, KISSIMMEE Telephone 14 .
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.in jail.
w,
I" I Mr. 'Z.-"I'm glad' to hear you talk .
'that way and I agree with you. If
'the bootlegger and 'shine' could
;
r Americans Find Armenians Victims
'only be given n similar dose of law ---
i I'd be perfectly satisfied. 1 1I I. .
; of Circumstances, not Beggars j Mr. X. (irntably.) "0, shuck! -- -- - --

The prohibition law is nothing but a
NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD
farce! The people are repudiating it
(land I'm viII. of it. You can't'relta- I .

The Armenian late people's. h.hihr|l by law!" 'i II Albert Stone of Providence '2ndGeorge I
government wouldwoon Mr.'But you just said that Downey of Greenfield Massachusetts --

S out its be able own to vulva work you believe in making the ro."I-ho';, who have spent the winter .
1 speeders end burglars. behave by law.
lion tl it ould enjoy '" in Saint Cloud left on Thursday
a bad |..rio .I of pcnie in the oi>to' name dose to the moonshiner.. nni I S. M Smith who has been spending 1
Jonotan..AmjttiujaCommitnon '
?
I bootleggers
whivhhaft some time in Daytona has returned -
full returnedto kC" ; Mr. X"Th..t'. different The to Saint Cloud. '
the. United Stiteitier people don't want prohibition. It w aesprung | The Ohio Association held its farewell ':
f' -to e.haunwe ltI on us suddenly while our o- meeting at the Boat House on 1
.ur...,.of the ,,itua i tilt diera were awnv in France 01 it : Wednesday and also celebrated Mr. II' I I C tl trl C_ .y Z
," Lion In Ih. L."t.Thl. g would never hive 'happened." Holder'x 85th' birthday .

: 'om.nlnlon, :_ Mr. 7.-"Now, Mr.: X., you "if the women having a seven-layer anniversary cake- 1 b t yr''"'' 'I .

by which the was Near tent rat out I ray r saa: Iz either very l Ignorant or an ext onu'vrifted :' for that occasion. Mr. Wright won''! :
;v !Relief made a ,per ? a liar. Neither you nor I .11.' the prize for guessing. right first as'' t a.
ra .
old enough to remember when the .
y on at inspection of to who<-e birthday it was. .art
conditiud.tom I t ,, {agitation, for this suppression of tl'e I Or M 1. P. Foster entertained Wei
Syria to the Tauca. liquor traffic l"e<*an. The thing grctyquite nesday evening!' at a turkey dinner atUunnymde. ,
Mountain. I. ,
coo slowly at first until moro than Those th"ones
addition, the report up" bad little nioli'tion '!.. present were This Illustrated Free Book
stales nice
', of relief worker 1Pr taking! part in the cont."L.The .
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have been Ipnfon l laws of theN- own. then when the' building committee for the:
'+ 'o.:. field and ol I time was ripe for it the legislaturesof memorial library held a meeting

I government examined.officialscarefully rnyj(1 all states but throe ratified the Wednesday' afternoon and will be op- ".fSh, Modern Method of De corafinq' ,

+ ,"a [will of the people." ''en to bids on March 31. .
"In thot Tewdittricu 1 I .
Mr. X.-"Will of the people--noth'ing !Mrs J. n. Ferguson is ill with a
.- where the Hom.Uaa Waifs! at E.t".. Railroad will be of value and decoratorin
Armenian ha. been : It was rushed! on the.sl wh Ici severe cold. .great to you your

.bl. lo live In peace Station. I two million of our boys were out of I L\dias Nighswcngcr, of Tampa, is the! hl "
planning i.i cricr d"Corations of hornet
h. has thoroughlydentonltr the country fighting\ Franco tin i Saint Cloud visiting relatives; your
-- - *t ed his I Mr. Z.-"I should think you'd l he I Colvin Parker who I is attending{ the It containa instructive! articles art in the home
ability to rare for ... en ,
x ., a "Tima after tlm .1. the outbreak ashamed to peddle such a lie UK that Sift.on University at DeLand spent
himself" declare and Chat blown . a x .of...d.the a world brave war.attempt tha to Arntcniana cultivate their lla.. 'when you know-or at least. ought '.> the latter part of the week at his color harmony concrrtn infon.iation( regardingthe

V. Vlckrey." general land. And time after time anm*; new 'know-that every one of the legislatures home here.
secretary, of the r.. v disorder has .prevented them from father that ratified, that amendmentwere Mrs. Cisuc. of Mobile. baa arrivedin artistic finishing of your walls and ceilings.All .
k lie .,.."I.o&loa.. tni their cropa. or laid wane their fields elected before any considerable; Saint Cloud, being called\ on ncUonnt -

a, who ConunUtlott.headed th 1k gathered before the IB.grain baa ripened and been number "of our soldiers. had left the I of the illness of her aunt Mrft.I suggestions and practical advice come from '.

country. Allen.
9.. "NatuYatlr* with an industrious inherent activity"After i It two aeemed yeara last of fall America.. if w*) would relief Mr. X. ---41W 11, I don't care, I'm Mrs. Shivers, Miss Loomis Mrs. experienced decorators. A great many color; plates ;:;.:'

itaite for be able to reduce our program in Ruaaiaa against the law anyway and hop 'MhalTv and Russell Mnhaffy were designed L>' It:'...ding t-.i lists vividly how attractively ,
accepting charity it Armenia to the care of th. children w. to see it defeated!" 'Kinsimmee callers on Monday.J. .
it bat been the whole had lathered into our orphajiacea But : Mr. Z.-"Ix>ok here Mr. X., you'v I). Mahaffy and son! Russell, returned Jec.jialed luoina. You .
I ) silo djtorder that ol have the tits. came the new Invasion, crops wer I sold me thousands of dollars' worthof Friday) evening after an extendpd illustrationa and articles, from Latliroom to parlor.
past rent .
y pr*.etei the t people trampled. carried down off, in th* field, live stock goods and I presume you will soil visit to Coronado Beach. f.
was and the
from realising their driven from their "peasant_... populationwar me many more: but I'm going toteU! | Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bedford ex-: It also gives exact specifications for obtaining harmonious I ,
'y ..'.',' t.' cherished dream of you just what I think of you! You're I pect to leave next Tuesday to spend I
W. not ba able to all of, thehelpler. 1
!i *table. Independent. may save old claimingto the their color effects with PCE GEE, J :
hipocrite { summer at old home at FLATKOATT.
refugee who ar. now crowdedIn a palavering
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v :" ,. ,.E,1tII I. the this territory, but w* certainly cannot be a !good citizen: law-abiding and. Bristol, Indiana the modem durable nicrlla' oil finiiJi. I( come in 24 ,
prey ,
desert the hundred thousand orphanchildren all time Word' hasbeen received that Mm. .
!; all that, and the you are .
. t cri.; with tar I
L. a
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': .he are nw In .onr orphanaseaor May who underwent rich deep velvety) colors) Which are"easily combined
i' M : ; i cholera J. trying to break down a part of tho Graham a ser .i'
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Victim under In th ,. .
sn.kInn.ench > our protection CauaeasAnstolIa
constitutional law of country! flour operation, is at home again nt I y
our
into the most charming color schemes.' .
; .. Clllcla and other dnaatatedrcaa i
: .J inroad Into the pop.SC.bl.Nearly .aslmpo.aibia of the Near EaM. Last spring You can't pose asa. good citizen and { Harrison, 'Arkansas! .and is",,getting ,." .., ; ," ",*ff'ii:; ;' ..,..,*,'ii;",,,,"i'sA ,'" .Iii. /1. .".
nlatton that II same the time try to tear down i along nee: k fnr.Fre Book writ '' b1
P..I..t when our supplies ran low J.OOO of thea I at same u* or direct to
'Jor any- children died out of a total of 20000 In parts of our organic law. It is said } Comrade Fenimore passed away
n *a'Is enrvtvo.the.re .traggll.g pea .* Starvation.nj one of our orphanagaa The. children and I'll)) wager that not one of the Wednesday morning at five o'clock PeasJ ("-Gaulbert Co.. Louisville, Ky.- .

t'...01,. .egalnet ........w..rI. clrcumataaea arc absolutely ilrpeailent upon aid from that there is honor among thieves'' at his home on Ohio avenue. 'CONtonntaoOSCEOLA I, ,
America and will perlah if our aid i. I ,
with.held.Neat rum crowd that you train with admires .
GARAGE
!1 -"ArmeaU Ia I at.rvln(, mot because her hypocracy!" i BROADWAY HARDWARE COMPANY
your .
If further china be
.eoPI. \ year. can
sirs depedln on ouialda aid lortair I
\ but .because occupation voided, potttbly wa will be able to And the Watcher approved Mr. Z",. i Have your wo-kdne by an expert KitiSmmee Florid ..
.I their lady hostile (one* and the reduce our program but prompt action remarks. i i mechanic former racing etr driver ..
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__tt*.t interruption of normal occubav ia nc.BBary now or for thousands therewill - --
;,I, yathma mad them halpleaa. b* no Bent ,....." I Subscribe:;; the Valley Gazette (, age.service on all\ cars._Broadway_ 15 Gar.-ltx: r.,

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111I11I11I11111111I11I11I11I11 n 11I11I11I11111111I11I1111111111I111I11I111I111111I111111I1 lllllllllllllllllllllll111111111111111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL II Sunday morning at five o'clock ,,' M

,- = I Lillian eldest. child of Mr. and Mrs.

; A. O. Stephenson, passed into the land:
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of immortals.- From infancv the
= === child has been frail as to body but
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4 t= = ,joyous happy, angelic as to spirit, "
:=- ; -= laughing, playing but a few days.
-- ago-.<*ngerlv counting the time until
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her approaching birthday (March 21))
she has wnvnd her hand .and call 1

r'' = good bye-for God has taken her. We Lawn Mowers F
i. The Bank With rannot believe our departed go out

NAPOLEON SAID as the flame from the candle If tVnt

- the : were true this world would have no
m..aninl.I.ittle UMian'a: life of joy THE ECLIPSE SELF-SHARPENER troublesome set screw*-or ; -r

u Ability and song goes on. into life more bolts to toob needed thumb do it.
.' _ abundant. operate--DO -jutt two not

and == Funeral services were Held at the "ITS THE BEST LAWN MOWER AT ANY PRICE.

e::::: "The truest wisdom it a resolute determination." == home Monday afternoon and interment ,
at Rowhill cemetery, Rev. R. F.
t. =- Willingness Determination means success to you. Make up your mind = Hodnett officiating.
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The bereaved have the Garden Hose.J
t'' = NOW Account. It isn't the parents
I to Serve to open a Savings amount sympathy of many friends, not onlycf

,. --- that counts-it's the doing it NOW. There is no one who the Methodist Sunday school and ,
chu-ch with which they are associated -
INSURD reads this who will not be a better man. better woman, but the circle ot'neighbors and i Molded Hose, Five Ply. Will not kink crack or split. Doable ...... ,;

i === DEPOSITS I [ family associates. Fabric, being woven oa the tube and coyer applied before vdyanixi.g .. :
better child/ by.havmg an account at our Bank. Isn't ==
the of
= ; Only seven years was span
br = the little life here but- which is done under tremendous pressure, making one smooth,
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that to? "There are no lives unfinished, incomplete uniform construction. Sold in any length desired. Connection. fret :

'! t with SO feet of hose.

e If you are an out-of-town reader you can God gives each one at birth some t,

\'_) ., -.:.,.. 'A bank with us by mail .May we Jell.you,how) Some work precious: to do.- stone. of strange. prismatic' '

== ee =-= To carve and hue, polish till it he shall W. B. Makinson Co. ;1.

. w- == == meet .

: 0..' 'p ;;;;;;; === To place within Ills temple still and 4 '
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a CARD--OP--THANKSWe - oooo...... .... ...... .. .. .o........... .o.. ... .. .

desire to thank all who so kind- ;,., "
'i Bank. of Osco1a --- -- ;
County ; ly assisted us In our recent bereave- };

; : ment; to neighbors who were most ....
: t kind: the preacher for his consoling Bert Fertilizers latectidde Sprayer PotatoSappBe*

/ words; the choir, for the music;.those Honest Goods Fair Prices Pr.p1 ShlpnrMt ;i

." '. .- .,c::::= .who sent flora] offerings; the undertaker Ask Tour Netchbor'.lie Knows \ <\ '

< 4 '===' Hours. 9d..M.;.tto 3-P. M., = '-. , .-= | us.--and all who in any. way assisted E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jack.wiV.Ilev, >: Uridaf. J t
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.'t-; '- J .c I' :y -- : ::::a .-Mr.and Mrs. A. 0..Stephcnson.'" Get. NEW Much, 1922, Price Lists before b-yiaf.. "f.' f.e.Ishl.g

>. y = A six pound mackerel Is capable of "SIMON'PURE aid "GEM BRANDS" "' tl rt; r t

producing. 1,500,000 eggs at one time
and. a 1'I-pound cod produces more


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