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: April 14, 1922
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01059
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Miami, April Jl. William Jennings OPENS SPRING TERM '
A conference of
Bryan, in a statement given to the as. county achool superintendents

; INCBEASEDJCREAGE, sociated his press decision this not afternoon to become announced : -- .. BIG TRACT ,ON "LAKEKISSIMMEE I I authorities, was,and'other called by educational State Superintendent OF CIRCUIT COURT

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: Growers. Attodatioa Seem A Goal I IJ ate1 In from 'Florida. Fifteen TkooMBd Acres of Tk Moat Select el The Entire Ward EiUte,;I I yule school Tuesday finance and and Wednesday the. certification, when 6- .
of;,-Two HQ.clredAm.N.artfO.e that_ his fight have been for the democratic LodLke1atkiomad Uk -lO iiilee,-W'atJi""Aauc.u..t Slop i; lietaWeTediscos.e&-The-zuprintend- F.OfPaa.IWeroEcej:: : -Fro-' -

Hundred Acres Pledged principle and policecand that for Drainage, Boarht by J. D. Holbroelc, of Orlando Md Associate I, cats annual report, the. work of at Duty: Jude Strctses t. Crud

-- --nearly( all of! these have been 'written -,- tendance officer, state text book ,Jury Need. of Intelligent Actie .
. :) If Cherplah: upo 'which"t.he Grower into the unrepealable law of the land" Down in the southwest corner of' i.i excellent drainage- as the eleva-;t. problem the ;'employment of teacher for ,*<
Association have been so long and that he cannot at hi* age "turn Osceola county, with four miles of 1" ;tlons en this tract 'run as high as I I long and short daily sessions, compulsory "'
working shall culminate an. anticipated from auch enjoyable work to perconal fine frontage on Lake Kisstmmee and 22.50 feet, gradually dropping down attendance law and teacher of. The spring term of the circuit court
; J: the
politics." close to the level training departments on the seventeenth judicial district
of the program.
there will be established a payroll lake of i
1 f On Kissimmee/ that will be bound to _ _ _ _ on{_Jiiile c.f frontage on Lak& Jackon which there is a frontage of a little, I' 'Superintendent C. E. Yowell and Was called Monday morning, wild!
x advance season by season until there HE'S NO BARBER'S FRIEND lie about fifteen thousand acres i more than four miles. To the west Principal D. B: Shaver left early Judge C. O. Andrew on the bench
will be existing/ financial condition HAIRCUT WILL LAST LONG of what is said to be theequal of i of this tract secured by Mr. Holbrook Monday morning for the gathering and Joseph H. Jones. a. prosecuting-

?. that will not only be gratifying but : anything to be found in Florida. Thin 1 lie the holdings of-RUey Godwin, also the former being programmed for _ _. -.
. : .<% there will be furnished a great incentive was selected by the late C. W. Wardas carrying a good mileage of water- .paper'Tjn) the"Progra9ii de in t1ie From theTTurv" published in The '
for new-comer to locate. For the oldest man driving a Fordon the best obtainable ,in Osceola i front on the same lake-the whole enforcement of compulsory school attendance Gazette the following were drawn to
That will mean that land values will Ford Day the'Smokehouse" barbershop county-and it ia theTtract to which 1 lying in township 29 south, range S)1 law-"The'- and the latter for a serve as grand jurymen: '
stand hig-h in the roster, of states. t offered a. haircut and a he had determined to retain title. It i I. well-known that there is a I' shave. On Saturday, the barber's Those who knew the ability of Mr. 1 the Ward Ranch, also as Camp Ham .reports to be_made by_ teachers." P. C. Butorff, J. I. Comrnmg,
vast acreage Irf this county especially! I' busy day, into the Smokehouse walks Ward realize that his knowledge of i mock.and contain but little land not G. J. Clark, M. J. Crowder C. H. E
adapted to the strawberry culture, 1 Mart Cosner, of C09 Mabbctte 'street, fine land in Florida was excelled by i susceptible of cultivation. ,There area BRIEF NOTES FROM Funk, I.. C. Godwin, Walter Harris
and that In many localities there is proved that he was the winner of that no other individual) in the state} there.i few hammocks and several little! ,;' THE MOTHERS' CLUB 'I Wade II. Lanier, G. H.. Prather, II.
no trouble In securing a natural flow rremium, and slipped Into. the first fore this tract which he esteemed no ]lake*-but as a whole it may be styled -; _-- M. Partin, Mike Peterson; L. E., Par- 1'
from artesian wells. The matter of chair that was empty-regardless. of highly must have had a great deal of < a perfect tract. j i Many matters of importance I'! tin, N. C. Raulerson, Gehu Rowland, 9
,1. any "turn" of any patron-claiming merit. The sale O. C. Young.
Irrigation is not a difficult thing In was promoted and rom- 'discussed at the meeting Friday, ,
'* this county where water is so easily that as he was a prize-winner he This large tract has been purchasedby i pleted by Wayne Ward. executor of'his 'The club will strive to focus its In- In charging the grand jury Judge '
should have the first choice. And J. D. Holbrook of Orlando, and 1 Andrews
-obtained. The growers have thoroughly father's estate who has now gone( 't rel -. f investigated the project in such a haircut an* shave as he had! there promises to be some activity in i north to look after other business i i! education embraces that all lawless conditions in the
First he had it cut "sorter short." various portions of the. holdings at i matters. as an all-sided county be given close investigation
other communities 'where such n Mr. Holbrook left for Bos-i growth-physical, mental and moral. I j ji '
!great success has been attained and That didn't suit him fo he had some an early date. There are vast ponni- where there has been an enormous more taken off. Then he concludedthat I ilitles! in this fifteen thousand acre, i soon return. Because of these incident -.:fetish of booklearningforgetting we a' bind should not be overridden by any

v, sum of money returned to the 'grow- the barber had better run the which is fenced and cross-fenced. it ia impossible to learn in full I that after all it is not what we leanr/ 'man or body of me'''. HUchargewa*. ..
clippers over his whole dome and There are six thousand of vir- what wholly'spontaneous and contained
acres ia
era; therefore what other places have contemplated by the new ownerlthouR'h :in book that really counts but honeuty A
I. then he had his entire head 1 and face gin pine timber the and vast amount of logic
. had to learn by long and sad expe- on tract i there have been intimations ;, courage! helpfulness, /
ienee have been made the more easy lathered and shaved. William Jennings -I there has recently been completed a i made regarding' the property i window, and strength the charity chief In a nit Nellie A. Meek
.' to those expecting to take up the culture Bryan may dispute the Darwinian . road extending from the Whittier which seem to be correct and if no i ,,essentials. are versus W. C. Bass, A. F. Bass and Rull -
in this district. They assimilate theory-many of the'residents road at the sandhills to Camp Ham-there 1 will be a considerable addition i '1The Mother's Club has been remiss Bass assumslt damages '2000; the
., >" f studying the work !gained through of Kissimmeo who are close friend mock. At Camp Hammock there are ,,(to the population of the county long 'this year in not giving more assistiance ,fury found for the plaintiff with "rinicipal ..
Ak, Jutf experience- of others. of Mr. Conner, however, d''iagree; with to be found several houses and barns l'prior to the next census.-an well as \! to the lunchoom. Mrs. Ledbetter -I '1100, interest 1132.80, and at.
. Mr. Bryan. It was a cast- of barber's -and it i is there that W. N. Fertic torney fee 12329. ,_ .
There I is a desire to secure a* Iarg" r , i a considerable sum added to the as- ,,; and Miss Bent have been faithful i
profits cut while wait but Mr. the of the resides. 4, S. B. Owen as Deceiver for the Waters .
i a list as possible of those who will you manager property, 'Sessment i roll. >, In every detail. They have -
enter the business of strawberry cul Cosner IK thoroughly .satisfied.. In this same section ((28)) is the dipping i 1 No consideration for this property lagged nor slackened in their activi-never &: Carson' Grocery Company, versus -
ture. There in a desire to have a -- --- --- -- l vat, ready for the cattle that |is mentioned in the deed conveying ties. The food has been well Bass Construction Company, there '

f ) .. couple of hundred acres pledged\ -- e REPUBLICANS BEFOUL NEST may feed upon the richest grazing-j from the Estate of Charles! W. Ward i !di Land generouH portions for prepar-the was .directed m a verdict*. '*jrk. 1 for,. the. plain-,.
file nrln"iDal, A... .. .* .*.4'f 71 _
tract to be found in the !state.! ..... '
' it will be the quantity of yield' that i(M to .1. P. Holbrook this -' --" -
: AND PROMISED LO {EFEAST tract of land- price palO nave oeen serveq; but because 17; and : : -
will attract outside buyer Thi- The tract lien well for drainage. I I although the property was held at of the busy, hurried days few i The: attorney plaintiff fee. $84.98. t
ban been PROVES VOLCANIC SEANCE 1 Lake Kissimmec lies 69.00 feet above ''from members same versus J. C. Led-; -_
quality, judging from what\ 1i 1 $125,000 to 1150,000 by its late of the club have visited the
produced in the past cannot 1m improved -I i sea-level, and above that height there upon. The Gazette would like Merely because Pn ident, Hard- help and encouragement much need plaintiff for principal, $650.34; Interest ;
, : to have additions to the lift pulilir'wl I I''eg sought to name a negro H* headof 'ed. Mrs.. A. T. Morrison has scent the 162.59; attorney: fee, 68.62. I
below-which aggregate nearly one i: one of the import nt bureaus of MISSPELLED WORD noon hour at the luncheon every day The same plaintiff versus T. A. '
hundred acres, and will be glad to 'Vashington-and aim IAt put it over thin week. Will someone volunteer Hughey, open account(: the verdict
each the of those 1 --the republicans of Florida to was -returned for the plaintiff In the "
b add week names assembled spend one hour each noon there .
anxious to take up a real money at I'alatka.) aft ,'. nominating CONTEST CAUSING FOR NEEDED FUNDSTOCONTINUETERM next week? Will there be one there sum of 91208.66. '
crop. Thus far the following acieugplias !Howard W. McCny, "f Miami for I I each day? Mrs. W. B. Makinson is The same plaintiff versus Mary. .
: been promised (the .\.figures indicating Congress in the foil Hi, district hada I donating one gallon of milk dally toJ Harvey; the case ,was tile
'- acres and tenths of acres) : cat-and-parrot time, over the 1'6rO': STRONG SENTIMENT the lunchroom, and will ntinuu nntil ,foot of docket. ,
question. The l ette republicans had the i The* aame plaintiff- versus-G.-B.-
first of
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May Severn! dozen)
_ __ __1.00 '
; C. C. McCoskeya Lawson, account the
open ; Jury' returned
Been W. R. Neill l w'lite play! Ron-oo - eggs were sent there one day this
,. Io Jo'. H.H.Law"nn VLlsDfl------------( _ .t.OO.2.00) to his colored Juli'. of a secretary, Second Week .f Contest Carried In 1 New Committee Determined To Secure week by members of the c.'lub"uf.- sum of a$1208.66.verdict for the plaintiff in. the
and swear by yon bright moon that Today' Itsne-Many Interested .Sufficieat Fads ficient number to give one to each '
W .1 Steed ---------2.1)1) To
"Mister Secretary" was the pet hell. 10// Continue ,child. I I ,A special venire of four was4rawnthe
t,. Milton Pledger -- _ _--__1-Op .:ether of the flock, and they swallowed Carry Off Big Caih, Prize Graded Schools Another Month Next Friday afternoon -- four consisting of 11.' M. Pfann.F. ..,
.,.'e- M. I n Casler___ __ ____ __ _- -.1.00 at four B. Harvey, T. tff Clark, and'i., B.' 7
it hut when it the o'clock
. R. H. Brock_ .. . ._- _1 1.10 ; came to taking The Intentiona-ii- pelled word New impetus was given the matter'of the club will hold its regular Dillard. . '
entire colored his' < '
lontingecy! unto' !! meeting. Possibly "Citizen
A. I D. Marstoii------------ 1.00 l last week was "Exlgancy" between continuing for another month theR'raJed Training"will In the case of Mach Brother versus
divan the '
, A. A. Abbott _- ___ __ ___ _120E. and republicans!! became indignant fol-- the words "the" and "of" in the advertisement i schools of Kissimmee when shall be discussed-that is, to see If it S. P.. James, damage $7000, the' "

. I). Katz___ ____ -____ ____1-00 l lowed., W. R.a Neal political i ia receiving cataclysm the full of McNeil"Brot.hen, Bat- ':the chair announced at the Chamberof The adopted federated for a course of jury found for the plaintiff in the sum -' I'
C. Schinnerer -_ -' -- __ ___1.0n) tbulitlons of the wrath of the white tery Station, which has eight letters '< Commerce luncheon last week an.previously the land clubs throughout of 3208.67 with interest from the ;"
t C. S. Ciowder_ _ _ -2.00 the and whejti- spelled correctly.. i* "ex- stated, names. of another I are asked to observe" date of the filing& the suit. '
H. It. May_____ __ _-- __ _____I-0" l republicans daily the through Winter Park new igency.' 'committee to determine whether the July Presdent 4 as "Citizenship Day, and True bib were found by the gramJ
II. Wilson... 0 Today we present te our ,.eailvrs i full nine months Harding approves. Poisiibly .
W. ,---------- T. L.' Comer and M. D. Alexanderwere term of .the localgraded | Kisoimmee club Jury .against Walter E. }Frost grand ::
John Muller ....-______.,,..__1.40D. the delegates to the convention the second installment of our Misspelled ; school could be scoured, and in line. women 'will 'fall larceny; Ernest Weidman assault,
M. 'Alvey,*.*-."......'**:-*"1.20 from Kissimmee and Dr. F, F. H. .Word and Slogan Content, To I i sonic of the members of that commit. ", CELESTE with intent to'' commit murder in .
4 E. P. ...................:... ...... and Rev. W. H. LandUs from say the least, it is to '18 u great sue- tee have been working; hard to collect J. President.I ., (.Y. c. Dettsof.. .*.. ',. .t. 1.00 Pope Cloud.LOCAL cess judging from lh> lirjn- number the Bum needed_$2000. ., and entering; ;J.; U, Dingle, sond-'
, r <*m. W. Ebv __......... .\".....:_.:-_ 1.10 Saint of answers received at 1.111" ,,,{flee. -il..._--__--. hDUO'-- u 1-.6 ._. _.._..._..._. ,_nUUII._L...._ _L. ,i.. threatenln_ 14. A&___ ,t. r.,,' .K>. J *.'
I R.:- R.L8-,::_-_____--.:._-_:_.:::.1.20 Answers to last week' 'misspelled en the solicitors ,for the .funds-KJV-and.I n'h- npreamtment-. grand ry "'
S. T. Fanlller_ u_ _h _-__.2.00 word and the suggestive! slogans 'there have been some cares where'others ABANDON ALL PLANS '!was very' terse. It praised the unitary '
C' L. 1 Eby-'_ ._ __ _ __ __1.00 PALM WORKS have come from many. Such a campaign have doubled and tripled and I condition of the courthouse; con., ,
A. E. __-- ___ . __ ____ of ad reading we hrve'nev'r quadrupled] the sum called for. Oth- i demned the expense of the motorcycle
F. A. Stroup________--_____ seen and we want to say wo surely era have paid for the tuition of mere TO EXTEND SCHOOLSFOR and "flivver" of the peed declarV .
J. F. Niswonger_. __________ SECURE PATRONAGE have a great many good spellers, and 1 ly; one child, and there have been ,j :, ing the upkeep and repair bills were '.
M. N. Arnoa_____ ___ un_. -1-00 some very clever slogan or motto found cases of where the heart was unreasonable-and added the "flivver" '
f, Mrs. II. W. Johnson--------1.20 writers. We said it would afford{ a willing but the purse was flattened. ', ANOTHERMONTHEight was "being run ,without a ,-license .
Y. M. Morton -- -_ __ -,-u1.40 FROM BIG CENTRESPresent lot of excellent pastime, and "pl,-n- Yet J the committee has continued nt I or distinguishing-1 sign :'contrary' to ' ''rn
. A. L. Steinebaugh-/ .' __ ____ _100 did educational amusement and this work, and there is every belief that'' - i i law." TheJury thanked ,the:officer*; ,.
I ., 'r. .'. Redwood------------L20 is true. Notwithstanding the f. ct that when the list of donors has been 1 of the county and court for the assist-,

E. P. Nied___u _ __---. __ __1-20 | Prospect Indicate Better Business answers can be sent in the nex day completed for The Gazette there will i Month. Term for Grade Must ;)iance rendered, and considered its.presentment ' '1-,
C. H. Pratt. -h - __ _2.00 after the contest appears, yet peopleare be a handsome showing Satisfy: Remonstrance Against with the following; '
., C. R. Luthge__._____ _ _---- j in North: Story Now Filling taking several days in going( over Although the school board had. Klan Was Read
(H. M. Johnson .- -__ _,___ _1-40 Some PleaNBf Order the ads so aa to ace that no mistake planned for but an eight months term j WE BELIEVE INTH'I'ROP-:
M. J. Crowder_ ____. __ _u ,2.25 is being made. We venture a littla i iauggestion for the graded schools they had made I ADMIN1STRATION'OPTUi '
A. A. Diet._ __ _ - _ ___ __1-20 The Oaceola Palm Work, which watt tight here. Do not fill out i it plain that the teachers should There was lessened attendance at ER *!
F. A. Babb_ _-- ___ _. __ ____2.00J. inaugurated about one year ago, has the answer blank until every member crowd into that time the full nine the?|, Chamber of Commerce luncheonesterdayaithough LAW THROUGH PROPER 'AND '
, E. McLean.. --_ _ -_1-00 teen filling orders for its productswith of the family has gone over the page months' tuitlon-BO that the pupili the menu was ESTABLISHED CHANNELS
. Henry Curtis __ ._____ ____1.20 considerable regularity, but Lyle for the intentional misspelled word. || would lose nothing. Such cramming when most excellent at earlier; but times forty there showing ful-up i AND FIRMLY,STAND AGAINST .1
t 1.. E. Partin--------------- 1.20 V. Story, the owner, lies noted a business You have six full days to do thii to was found impracticable however; were i, 'TAKING'
C. S. Partin___ __-_________1.40 depresiori from sections take your time. If you happen to..i the teachers not so having received ,I'ly I seventy-five. i PRIVATE PERSONS ,
Clark Howell __ ___--____i"1. S) of the n rth. There was many an indication I n drop on to the word before you have '1'their education found it Impossible H. Clay Stanford, one of the commit-1! Tilt ADMINISTRATION tNfr? >.
W. W. Brltt_ ___ __ __ -____-1.20 of a desire to spend! just! as little a* 1 l gone through each page whatever 1 to so impart it: nor were the pupil I tee of five appointed to raise two :j THEIR OWN HANDS. 4 '
S. r.i.. Barker. __ _ _____2.50 'able to accomplish{ thousand dollars for the continuation j
u possible-even among the large bun 'you j do, do not step until you have the task. There- J. CRQWPER '
of the schools Signed) MOSES
grade (
] another month ,
__ ______ .
; H. B. Hudson-- ---J'0.0. incus firms. | l gonl right through, BS you are't.ry fore it has been decided that to further -
I Albert Huling __ _________1.20 Within the past week things have i}apt to be wrong-a little more time the cause of education In the when the Chamber so enthusiastically -' foreman.:'
___ _______10 I endorsed the plan, reported that the .
J. R. McCarthy class the ,
; taken on a different aspect, and thereIs i and you will be sure. See. I[p younger additional month ,committee had '
been able I
A. S. Nelson___ __ _____2.00 1 r Don't there i is must-if theie is to secure - --- .
-- -- belief that business is bet forget only one In- i iI I any possible way
Nick Rogera.. ._ __ ____ / ..00F. every I in which it I pledges for something\ like onefourth'lhe J PACKING AND GRADING .... .
u h -? tering. The firm Is In receipt of orders I tentlonally misspelled word in the ad. I;, can be done be paid by j needed .c. : ,
1 amount and
, fl. Cahill: _!_ __ __ _. _ _1.2 that no money -i!
, already which will keep the plant i and they are different each week and 'subscription. r, CUCUMBERS EXPLAINED "-.
had been in. coincided
I with
J. M. Hansell u - _ __ __ _1.SO busy for some time, and there are good 'don't< forget yoi must write an original -| Green B. Woodall, janitor, has fat'ored paid 1 SESSION, .
Mrs. Celeste in that for AT
I }. T. Mitchell- _--.__-______1.20 prospects for concluding arrangementsby '' I five-word slogan or motto for any' The Gazette with a communica- Fripp saying
I "Mr" M. V. Boyer__________200 which at least one large chain of i i merchant. Fixe( words-not six, o'r. tion in which he stresses the need of j many found reasons the committee had'', --- .--
William CroUse . __-...2.00 f the plan Impossible. The com- There meet'4 t:
- business houses--there being bo1 1 four. Five-no more and no les*. added time, and declares that he | was a very important ,
. P. G. Cromartie __ __-_ _____1.10 twccn two hundred and three hundred l'If you should happen to miss several is willing to donntetwenty pert'ent mitteb was discharged. 1 ing of the Growers Association on
*- Carson Farmer _____ __ ___1.20 of his Reports of other committet-s .were J Monday evening-when the matter '
branches- rwill demand his /goods. At jof the words do not get cold feet, but i salary for the month to the! ,
I C., M. Oarbett..__ _ _ __ _500 I the present time a partial order In at I II:forge right ahead as! there are anum. cause. lIe has also interviewed a of heard and handled. J. Edward K rouse.!'! of cucumbers was under dl cn slon.f =.. 1,'
addressed the
.1. M. Wenstanfey h _-- ____-300:: I hand. Some stores are Rending orde"rHI her! of cash rewards to be made at the ',!majority of the teachers to learn 01their' Runnymede meet- Several bushel of cucumber had: ,!j..
W. J. Nelson____-- ___ _____2.50 for completed trees, others order only ('close. Read tho rules. We are kee'Pinllj' willingness to make the same l ing nd upon introduced some needed propositions.of been| brought In to allow the work to ..

I the leaves, which are everlasting. a record of all answers 1 gift. and he feels assured! that pon- 1 the I a| Automobile Blue Total-------------------!UJ.4There : I Bookthe the State Marketlnaunau, devoted t
sibly all will either "
Listed the do the
'. Within a couple of week orders have or wrong. among contest- same tiling I t all roads and
highways. There'were
' are still to be found bUllineii"men l.-en booked for 8000 leaves; 5000 I ants will be lawyers, banker, teachers : of near it. Mr Woodall is taking an''' upon numerous other speakers upon'i I.,1 the entire evening to ,explaining) 4 -

. willing to finance a certain num- leaves: another for 2000 and another preachers, farmers, business men, Active part In the proposed measure various topics, and then Judge T. M.I and demonstrating and replying-to. ) .
ber of reliable grower who will take for 7000; and others are continually clerk.. parents, grammer and high -even though his salary is but n Mutrphy Introduced the foUowfcng I queries. Explanation of the .grades ,
The tile school. railroaders millmen i medium one and hid action should were made and much, valuable .inf orr. l .
up the strawberry business-the financing being accepted product of pupils, ; "Ur ement for Law EafoVcement: i '
' being generally on a 50-50 Osceola Palm Works in an oddity It and in fact, people in all walks of life. have a stimulating effect. "We, the undersigned residents of I IKisBJmmee mat. ion imparted. .}
* . basis-and those anxious to enter the is a case where there in made an imitation This contest U no cI ild's play. It seeks I If Klsnimmee were the only city to protest against the ac- C. W. Uauck, or the federal bureau'of was'; .
, business should get in touch with the' genuine 'palm tree of whateversize to get the very, best that ia in you, : be bothered with a shortness of funds 1 ions of the so-called Ku Klux Klan, markets and crop! estimate .'", }
county'agent' -Leo H.,Wilson. may be desired-and these are reader, and you will be much the bet- 1 there might be asserted that the lack I and request the city administration .also! present, and doing his share of.of' .,. ,",':'
work. Leo H. Wilson president
, -- -- -- potted and made permanent at the trr after you are through with it. But of money was merely ill-management 1 to take such necessary steps as shall :
WOMAN'S CLUB PLANNING plant when ordered, or when sold above all make It a point to come under upon, the part of the school board- I{be, needed to suppress such actions, the Grower Asociation, presidedover 14' .
the 'to .
ptherinl'whlcb proved 'i
4r' I for decorative purposes for the local the wire a winner. I and much recrimination might be in .so! 1 far a* the law will permit." 'I, "
'...... CHICKEN PILAU BENEFIT trade. This week we have made the worda order} but every city and! county in I I The petition was signed by Mrs. A: be an open forum near its close.! I

"p1 FOR LOCAL BALL TEAM 11 I|I I There i ia every belief that Mr. Story trifle harder to locate and spell But i the state i is afflicted in the same man- !I i Slater Reed, A. S. Reed, John W. Slater. NO DECISION YET REACHED :!
I(will find himself,taxed strenuously if you are careful. and read with pa. I nero Some counties and cities ar* 1 William Lewis Lang S. L. Lupfer, ,'a
VTbere i la to be .given; under the auspices . before the holiday season to fill all I tience yon are bound to come out on 1 raising by subscription the sum neededand II. C. Piano, Mr. Stella K. Donegan, There.,have bn; rumora rife refgarding . '.'. .
I 'of the Woman's Club on Saturdy. I i, order*-and he mav be forced to increase top. And. don't forget with the new : in every case noted the sum F. C. Bryan, W. B. Makinson A. T. the ,decision to be handed' .
at the foot of Darlington avenue, hIs force. All of which will advertise word today you have a'new ffae word '..needed. ,was far above the amount required Morrison, Mrs. W B. Makinson, T. M. down by. Circuit Judge C. 0; Andrew .,
. a: chicken pilau supper-the receipts Kissimmee to a considerable. alogan or motto to thing out.'The way by this, city Some have foundit Murphy *:mjCaroline,/ H. Murphy1." In :the ease' of' the MaloneyLnpferCompany ,
from .which will go toward fixing. extent. '' to get the slogan i. tlrst'to ascertain impossible to do this-and' 'come of 'There was no action taken regarding versus. the' City< of KiMim- ,jt -
t .the grandstand .at.the ballgrounds in' who the merchant i*,- what ha sells, ;the school* in the state are running I the ur'ge ment. mee. in which suit wa brought for 4
,. proper Bhape. It 1 Is promised that comntencing FOUND SCHOOLS SANITARY. and then proceed to write him your' but a seven-months, term for the 75000. t The* rumor said that the I' '
-,.,* at five o'clock there will be the ,- original! slogan;; : grades.; Therefore It is. easily recognized hidgerbad completed his decuilon, and
served. a delicious pilau, and all that To check rumor 'that the public I that KUslmmee i I. far better ble will have been for naught:; for the would 'probably. 'present it during the' ', .
.' \Voe* with it, and a general invitationU&iT school building was in a most 'tonan-> John W. Watson, ,of 1&i&niEJ :ha :able to bear this burden for this one ,committee will not, be in position td present term of eooi"U"- ,' .
extended to the public.' There 1* Itary condition. DzvH., Geiger, public been in ,KII.lmmee'.everal day this month than is'many another, locality. make up any shortage-and the school I I Judge Andrew denies that' he ,baa :,
bean immen. andmgnlflit health officer, wa requested by week.-called here by the lines t>f his I It 1' ,
1..Ij/\.fal.o'to\ -1IOIIIIblo that a later article board must have'the. money:; in hand made hi*'' finding*-nor ha. be made' i } '
: it ,ake i to ,be. presented<< t to.onaemer ,the mayor and. th. principal to make mother Mr;.J-W,,\W-atson. of. 410 ,than this may. appear in--thi*:; same before 'It perfect arrangement with any: statement a* 'aaserttd.' He baa -i
,.. > of a "cakewalk which i* UtJ J I thorough examination, of the entire Emmett *trtet., Mr.\ vVtotAm i is againin issue stating that the sum i* assured. the teacher- If the:public will eon-J not yet had sufficient 'time to.cona !*
\4.4: to b.pnll.doffsometlm&dndnt' premise thla _IE.* Dr Geiger pro- the field a*,* legislative candidate 1 Everyone who ,pledge any amount tribute Its mite in every Instance aider all the testimony. end e nnor" -
.. ,,-" :;;.Ul.if,.evening. .1 I flounces I the entire' property in a most t J 1 from Dade county.- posittonbe. has ''I moat be'sure to pay the solicitor the. there Is Bo.doubt that the final round at this ,//time 'Nt with raq' th*""': ..; tI
'1:. , .. __ : L.l' i; catlaf actory anltalry! condition.. J.1o" held.:1 .' money",fcubscribed-else. trour will Idate '/ hi decision '
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,,. tll MERELY from curiosity i is this question asked upon
r PUUUCHED EVERY FRIDAY 'mini tides! "After the removal club is'properly functioning -
Bf' THE' K18SIMMKB VALLEY GAZETTE COMPANYKI8BMME : end after many meeting have been held, and after :....--...

KLOUIPA many speeches have been made favoring the relocation lira wondering. .how the'con*
slant violation of our laws can be
W. B. HARRIS, President of the state capital, how i is' the changeto be made>" topped. A vigorous imitation If the
h r E a. VANS AQNBW,, BuorelaryW. There i i. the question. "Outbursts of Everett True" might
; L. TIlOnNDYKB. Editor A large portion of the people and all of"the South help some, LEAD &ZI-NC PAINTWe t

m'imci' iiTiov HATKS Florida-"-are, strongly imbued' with the belief that the Eyer' React This'"Then
t } I returned and all the
One Copy, One Y...r.___.__._..-...:??-'-.,--- ...--tt.Oj capital should be more centrally located. There is no oppressions that are done saw under the
On Copy Hlx Month-.,..-----..*--.---...,--->-- 1.00.60 doubt of this. It is a fact-and facts cannot be disputed. sum and,i behold the'tears of suchas
; Ono Copy Thrt-e Mpnth------- ----------------- Guarantee
i But ,it i is useless to publish, newspaper account asserting were oppressed and they had no t! J
(Entered at the Pontoffloo at Kl.lmmce. Florida, comforter and .the side of their ,
nit Bucondi-clai matter.)_ that 'there was a'1'eryarge' attendance .at the capital-re- ; on op It meant actual cash in your
.. moval meeting-men 'from all 'portion of the"state." pressors here was power; but they
to take advantage of ,
f All communication except from 8ulho'I..d correspondent had no comforter. The above was pocket ...
must be nlfrnvd by the writer Every reader knows those statement are not correct. written by a very discerning king this offer 1CDAXNT ,
JlJo(,'trU, .matter will ,bo returned It called for._ There i is a large population perfectly satisfied with conditions three thousand years 'ago, but it I
-- is they are now; they would waste no money, nor reads much like come current di>- halt y....r Iw.t" With D.vo.I .
-' -'--.----' 1 --Foreign-Adv.rll.ln. Bn>"vt I "--- contribute no time to attend these meetings they are sitting es"thu-Angoi'lati'il; pregg.Mtar s.-d__ ".. ......., ...... ,Ie. .*......'+ -=
I THEAMERICAN ASSOCIATION= ; half with other chooM.
f man nature hasn't changed a bit, and any punt you
_,---- _n_ _, -- -. -- tight, rocking- no boat, and are resolved to'spill no the Old Book is still up to date r IT D...... ......'t take fewer pll.I' ..... tad
t beans. 1' An oast r". w* will male* no chare
FRIDAY APRIL 14 1922 Impressive Event r .
for Dvvna.If
There i is one special reason why a majority of the On Wednesday) evening of last t ;
I ( "J ----- --- voters will not favor a "removal"of the present capital. I week the old city council held it'. last Dtrvot.Jonctr dame-/ontf wear.rand a yMrortwoor tr.ff.r-w.thrwITMT win

'r That is the large expense of making the change-aban- meeting. Quite 'a number of matters glv you enough O.vo to do tt./job eve.
disposed of and then welfare!
were the
Or paint half hou. Jd-and'Oil the .
doning the present building on which there i is now being of the public! was turned over to the oth r half. Divo your In tbr_ >. ir. the lod.tHloil ; -
BIBLE 1HOUGU" fOR, THIS WEEK expended a large sum-allowed by a legislative which has newly elected members who prickedup half will .b* huncr/ for .....,. pmt, '
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.their and looked interested. wuh O vo* Mill
Jut semi-e.iid.pwed with .farsightedness. To "remove" the ears
capital building would cost at the lowest sum ,at t least During the whole evening the retiring 'p /' -S'N.t--; .'11 (iv. you nottgh for the wholt

t ; RULER OVER ALL-Thine, 0 Lord, Is the greatness three million or four million dollars-rr-and .average mayor the and sam-.his chair.successor A review bnth occupied tf- PI"C"utlo; uv Hm.4.*'... and proven eOrvo. .

d and the power, and the glory, and the victory, tax-payer will say that "taxes are high enough already" the, work of the old council is exhil. b.ct.d 1 b, ftw. let .x-r- ...pOT.ano>tl the
S and the majesty; for all that is in the'heaven and in It is extremely doubtful if the needed two-thirds majority iratinfr. Many notable 'thing have oldest U. ;* paint FoVr.,1od manor vise cturtng WHcmn In tIM

the earth is --thine\ ; thine is the kingdom:: 0 Lord, and of the votes could be secured or even a majority been done bv them. They have built ..

t ----- ihoo 'nrt-exalted DS '-head above all..-1 Chronicles 29: 11. should the legislature; in' sudden fit of generosity and Ti amusement fine paved pavilion eway"leading due, the[ "to"RI'V-the W. B. MAKINSON CO.Women .

It -- with a desire to pacify, allow a vole to .be taken. punk canal, established the "white
WORKING UNDER A CAMOUFLAGE COGNOMEN All the "resolutions" that can be drafted may be way" around the courthouse square,
adopted by these strongest association of capital removal installed two fire gongs, created a

:r. r MANY towns and' cities in Florida have a society enthusiasts will prove of no avail-unices, which is a probable -; bird 'sanctuary, and bouvht a nice e
under the title which confusing and mislead impossibility place might be selected for the brown wigwam with pretty whiteedging
:%\d.' t' working is some one I | to shelter the officers/ and
f ing. This is whore there is formed a "Good Government new location and that chosen spot pay all the cost of the for a council chamber to hold pow '
tY League"a title which draws people to the associationat removal as well as the entire cost of erection of proper wows in. As a matter of good meas- su

?t.;.. first because the people believe it is to be what the buildings and the making of proper grounds. That con uie. some months ago thev pulled offa

,-.......... ,- _- name-implies The members soon learn hat the society dition would never be brought about because the game i' dandv scrap among themselves,
thus adding touch of to their
a s-niety
; j 71\ : should rightly be named "Prohibition League." The society not worth the 'andle-Ihe taxpayers would be paying too otherwise sedate" conduct. Three
would be all right and would prove more interesting dearly for their whistle. The capital is not so wonderfula newly elected] councilmen were swornin 40.. ot O Oioo. ioo. o .O. *

} v to its adherents if it would drop that portion of the thing for any community that such an_ outlay would be and it was an impressive scene
:t J l title which leads early joiners to believe that the object justifiedif it was there would have been a greater growthin when these grizzled veterans took
WAS and out in population of Tallahassee than this in oath to obey the constitution of the Must Register
r' of the league good government come : population United States, the statutes 'of Flori- "
honest colors. 1900--2,891 ; in 1910-5018; ; 1920-5,637; or an aggregate tithe ordinances of the City of Kis- : t *
t, What'the majority of people wish to see pushed to annual increase of 142 people each year for a simmee and the wishes of the Wom-

the limit is a good government pure and simple. The score of years! Really though, it was a fair increase when an's Club These dear old boys are
3 constitutional amendment assures against the illegal manufacture it is known that there has been a decrease in Leon coun- hnppv now; their eves shine with ex- If 1 hey Would Vote
pc-tation and the life of councilman
jt'', : and sale of liquors; consequently that is a matter ty in that period of seven percent. looks like one //l'I'and. hallelujah a to

1,. of little consequence at the present time' in the sev- BUT- them ; but just wait till things beginto

eral states. There is a possibility that if the Dobson plan for the happen! :-:- :--: -:
t, Here is what the name "Good Government League" creation of a Capital City was thoroughly exploited and

': implies: good propaganda sent forth the people might understandthat
y., Seeing to it that only capable, honest men are tent a new city could be built and the finest and most TAKE GUDE'SPEPTO IT WILL BE NECESSARY FOR ALL WOMEN WHO

5r 'to the state legislature to wipe out the rotten laws and attractive capital in the entire south erected without l ex- WISH TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PRIMARY ELECTIONTO
enact a few to take the place of the thousands which pense of one dollar from any except those who would be

annoy and bother and become an incumbrance to lay- anxious to make their investments in the proposition. If BE HELD IN JUNE TO REGISTER REGARDLESSOF

men and lawyers alike. such conditions could be made the basis upon which the
r Seeing to it that only judges shall rule courts who co-operation of the whole of the state could be gained. THE FACT THAT THEY MAY HAVE REGISTERED -

.- --,-" .Itaye' proved by their square-toed actions that they are Florida would then have cause to make its boast of great- JIANGAN FOR THE GENERAL FLECTION IN 1920. DO NOT

w capable of ruling courts in a way to prevent any abortions ness and progress, for the Dobson plan which has been I .
of justice ; men who are not afraid to let evidence widely published in this state and has received many favorable It Is The Safe and Reliable Tonic J DELAY. BUT REGISTER NOW. FORGETFULNESS

and conscience be iheir guide. comments and much support proves as well as Used I MAY LOSE YOUR VOTE. '
r By Physician
Seeing to it that jurors who prove recreant to their is possible to prove in advance of the full culmination _
trust shall never again sit in'the same position ; that illiterates that there could be builded the best capital building in the For 30 Years I EDGAR D. KATZ

S' {, and prejudiced men shall be barred from par- entire south with no outlay upon the part of the taxpayers. There are "new styles" even in med-
,! ticipation in the deliberations of any jury, either grand There would be work for a thousand men for a long k ines. A new "fad" conies, is popular I Supervisor of Registration.

;, > or 'petit; and that only well-read and well-posted jurors time-but those who located there would be the ones to for a while, and then fades out of public -
view. A remedy that has stood the
shall -be chosen in that for would each and all receive : .004000000.000.QOiO 40Q008a
S. to serve capacity. pay everything-and they test for thirty years must have great Jl
-Seeing-to-it that-ringsters and gangsters are not re- the worth of their money. merit and cannot be called a "fad."
elected to1' public, positions: that those. who have been, The people will do better by far in agitating the Such is Gude's Pepto-Mangan, origin.. OO O ot4OOO.OOOOO..OOOO O.O+O.O+++ OOOOO.... ..t

S "...a,'.5 " .::' known to have participated in sucking the public pap to Dobson plan than to try 'and aettle' upon some town in ated by Dr., A. 'Gude over a quarter t j : ,

:J'."; ,i i.tJ.; r' ;'the'detriment of the udder of the county and city, treasury which to place the capital-and expect that' the 'entire century thousands ago of, which people/: has back helped to many god ," ,\. '" "ThERE '.' :
'{lSi!.' fJ. q ,shall be retired at the first election$ that no private state will vote for Jthat spot. ; ', I 0'F"/ ; \: 'I \ ',', .
, ,. ;', health by-improving the blood. FeptoManjfan 1':1: ,, ""It. i, '. ) IS NO EXCUSE I' ;' L ',"' '
<.M"a t'";.,; graft are being carried on. L ."' is an iron tonic. It contains 'A-i' :' I'';! f 'J. J ie' <" '' "io"t.( '> ,)
': :: '.-fer.,;. : "; '* : A Good Government League should see to it, so far _GOOD,POINTER FROM TAMPA LAWYER iron in a special form easily absorbedby .'-!..I.I"..;.... ", '. ..- .' ... .".P., ,\/\\FOR ANY PERSON'" .. 0>> 1 oct
.' n the system. It puts color into the ..
4Y a* possible that for'every' dollar expended by a municipality -
or a board of commissioners there shall be one hundred AMONG the papers of the state reproducing the tire lips body and cheeks by improving and improves and enrichingthe the en- GENUINELY DESIROUS .' .

l cent* worth of benefit returned; that all appointments editorial styled "The Dam foolishness of The law I ," from blood. It is sold by druggists in OF PROCURING EITHER BY

er, ,. shall be.made for ability and not for accommodation The Gazette of last week was the Tampa Tribune.. After both liquid and tablet form. If you '
; I..' : ,--for reliability and not for relation's sake. One reading the long half column one lawyer in Tampa, and want to be well and strong and look RENTAL OR BY PURCHASE ANY

: who seek for an elective or an appointive position may one well-posted in all details of the law, there was writ- Mangan.fine and healthy, take Guile's,Pepto- SIZE PIECE OF EXCELLENT

f 'r ,tw "a mighty good fellow" all right, but when everyone ten a letter to The Gazette referring to the article. Fromit
< < know that he would be as useless in. the position he is clipped the following, which if true, removes from ALFALFA SHOWS GOOD GROWTH STRAWBERRY LAND ON

+S ? tt seeki a* a' boneless herring in a dish of ice cream, it is the law one stigma-at the same time places the brand' TERMS ENTAILING NO I
? < not a form' of good government to allow him to hold i of stupidity, ignorance or bias upon the officers of that which One commenced sample stool growth of the in the alfalfa yardof

,r x , the'position. court-referring in this instance to the case of where they]' A. S. Nelson, on Broadway, was CASH PAYMENT
A Good Government League stands for all these culprit was freed because the jury brought in a verdict brought to the office of The Gazette WHATEVER .
t w. \ broad thing and many more-and not to combat petty of "Guilty as charged." Here is what the Tampa attorney that all might see what could be donein

_ things like cigarets, tnuff-taking. gum-chewing or bathing writes-and other attorneys may look up the citations: that line in Kill immee. Just how
the growth started the owner of the
costume A league of this sort, made from the best See or Phone .
up Do not condemn the law. The judge and state property does not know; but that it .
Ji citizen of a community, can accomplish much through who tried the case must have been asleepor started and took to spreading overa "f
o-operation; it will not require the services of a private attorney small tract is self-evident. The entire H. HUNTERGolf
ignorant of the law when the verdict of the jury
f growth in the less than three
detective who desires the winter in
to spend a pleasant
was received. The judge should have had the jury months is thirty inches -'of which:
; climate and the that forms such Club
r"IY r. ; city and continues an correct the verdict before' receiving ,it. See follow- 19.5 inches is the real alfalfa, and the
it SI institution will forge ahead in a manner (fiat will prove ing decisions: remaining 10.75 inches is rntt. Mr. PHONE 27,, three rings, KISSIMMEE
.a blessing. Nelson is confident that as this alfalfa -
Reyes State 49 J Fla. Pane 17.
vs. -- withstood
has the long dry period :
I-, NEWSPAPERMAN FOR LEGISLATURE Jenkins vs. State-35 Fla. Page 731. there is every prospect that it will 'Oooo < ooo o.oooooooo

:,....-----0-, -- Evidently the "plot thickens." The claim is often continue to__thrive.-- ___ I-
IN Highlands county one newspaper man has the made that' "Ignorance of the law excuses no man." Yet Children who have worms are pale
.temerity to announce himself as a candidate for nomina- how much worse is the situation when there is ignoranceof sickly and peevish. A dose or two of
tion a* representative in the next legislature. The candidate the court-a density of omprehension-a congestion White's Cream Vermifuge will clear
'fir i is excellence and ability and his election them out and restore rosy cheeks and
ii S 't : a man of intuition-a constipation of understanding!! cheerful spirits. Price, 35c. Sold bv POLL TAX NOTICETHAT ,
? will add to the prestige of his county-as well as of J. Z. Roberson. ..
t .. the entire legislative body. ,
x G. W. Adams editor of the Avon Park Pilot has -- BEAUTY SHOP TO REMAININ

si', S announced. and his announcement was of much length FROM the Record Publishing Company Saint Augustine ITS PRESENT LOCATION
"' ; and full of And he terminates his exhortation with
pep. another charming little brochure styled
e : comes
Mrs Gladys M. Foster has decided
vi, ? '; the following: "The Blotter" which is issued merely to show the excellence that she will not open her parlors "up IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN

If you are not in accord with my views and do of the work turned out from hat establishment.It town," as her present location seems'

: not believe such legislation as I advocate would be is filled with clever things-all of high-grade qualitythe to please patrons far better, and her

; 1 '' ,__ Jo' the best interests of Highlands county and the entire production terminating with this bit of good ;, trade old patrons is rapidly are. again increasing.with/ her All, and her The Primary Election '

r 'l4_ state of Florida, then 1 cannot expect 'your support, advice: there are many: new ones. Mrs. Fos
i Tfr '' nor do I desire it. The printer who cuts prices to gain an ad- I ter's location is at her home, 220

r i Mr. Adams' platform has five essential planks which vantage over his competitor is maiming his competitor Beaumont avenue, north, where she .
has fitted up her suite in the same excellent TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, JUNE 6
are herewith given : all right, but he is also cutting his own when her place

? s I. Full publicity by all expending bodies hands throat, and. worse, than all, he is degrading his profession t first opened.A manner. as
ling public funds. and is not moving in the public interest. ,
Every word of which is true and is especially applicable torpid liver needs an overhaulingwith o,
r 2. Publicity of laws enacted by all legislative Herbine. Its benefits are Immediately '
,\ 'bodies-municipal, county and state. to many offices in Florida. apparent. Energy takes Poll Taxes Must Be Paid
S 5, ; 3.The establishment and maintenance of fish the place of laziness: appetite returns,
y ;'hatcheries within the State of Florida. HANDSOME PAPER, AT LAKE WORTHAN and the hoar of rest brings with it
. sound, refreshing sleep. Price, 60c.
t w .,::4, The amendment of our eorporation laws inx Sold by J. Z, Boberson. ..
,.uch a manner a* will render it impo"ible'or '"blue -I especial handsome weekly has been established

: sky'*-corporations to operate with safety within..our, | in the town,of Lake Worth seven mile south of West STUDENTS REPRIMANDED ON OR BEFORE SATURDAY MAY 13'C.L.Bandv
'border' Palm Beach-T-itt: earmarks showing every trait of a master'hand t
fir;? .- 5. 'Law providing for re-forestation. in all'ways.; From the first'issue one can never Colorado Springs.After the college .
had refused their
trustees requestto
' Aqd every' newspaper in the state will wish George judge of how the case may "pan oute" but, the second. have college President D. Dttni-! ,
r full of sue is' even re 'artistic than its predecessor. Vernoh L, way removed from off ice,.students at
, Wi: Adam measure success.
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i r Smith is the editor, and there i is every indication that Lake Colorado set off a huge giant firecracker "
'" ALL those in. favor of Henry. Ford ,taking over the Worth'Leader' will make itself an. important factor in theuplYuilding : on pcxy's" lawn burned red : ::

-S S '':r coal'mineshi'the United States:and operating them just of,i itt! city and the entire county. half fuses.< mast.and hauled For the the American.latter- act flag they to .
a*; he darD'ple_ '-will 'pleae hold'up '>ne right I hand. r roused 'the 'wrath of American Le TAX COLLECTOR ,It' '; "
r ____ .N: t lefit-Jianded 'man in the"entire maw of ;:DONT be afraid ask question That is the only membVrs who demanded that. the \, "
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1""' ;foterv ;Leary., honey, ( .take,.;the'miaei and:fcoal up way'"yeu.cafrfiad- 'oul, a good many-thing! **-farringlon- 'be, rightlyhung-) ; *
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J '. 'I' EPISODE: eo ,"fireman l.',Save My:'Child" '"In for life" Aesop's', Tables'.... .T Topics of .[Ihc Day y- II,"forch/s r nameUp"f:

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Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Walker of the i,I Curcio would open on Saturday what I Ii FORT MEADE LEADER REAL LIVE NEWS I I But it's just as Important that you

I LOCAL Pentecostal church, have left Kisaim-. Is declared to be the moot attractive EXPRESSES A JUST KICKIt know how to buy where to buy, when
1 r r mee. 1 barbershop in Central Florida, and The newspapeIta :"newa col ,to buy-that you keep posted on things
l v Dr. O. L. Buckmnter osteopathic because some of the fittings did not behooves us to say a' few words umns" and its "advertising columns" necessary to feed and clothe you and. t
PEt Saint Cloud. Office in Bonn building 1 -arrive in time, there were many disappointed about the ingratitude of some people.We The first tell of happenings near-and your family and make you comfortable -'
I ( t 13 t:: by being "turned down" cite for example the high school far-of fires, sports,*.elections accidents : -. .
'. Y. Story ;I when they sought to become patrons. students, faculty as well, for they are marriages, deaths, great men,|I.. Advertising is an essential news.
;., .. Lyles Is adding some es.l Mr. Crucio felt assured when the ad- the leaders of the high school and great events The second tell of things servce now.
- ,I .' pecially. attractive new showcases to 1,vertisement i was given that he would the pupils. All during the school. you eat wear and use-things you I I To keep up with the news read theyadvertisements.
1. - his IItoreand'otherwlise improving--be"re"drforbutml"-but, transiMirtranspur-- year he high schooT stucIenta hive- you'buythingtr"that.are"belnrsoldo ( -'.

WEEK 1 appearances. 'tation proved slower 'than expected.. 'tried scheme after scheme: for getting ; neighbors and friends In ,your ..> ,
J.j A VERSE A Misses Geneva Roberson and Evalyn i, He wishes the public to know that the money, having' carnivals,. food sales, own town. More desks, flat and roll top, .'are
1 Poulk, of Kissimmee spent Saturdayand non-opening. was through no fault of''and picture sales, selling their ticketsto The news columns of the paper manufactured: In Herkimer, New York
, I'' Life Is A Gypsy Sunday in Avon Park guests of his own, He is now offering a prize the merchants and people all over keep! you up-td date in the world of than In any other, place: In the United.
"( l Mr. and Airs. E. C. Dusenbury. 'for the suggestion of a name for his]town. Of course these are all laudable events. This is of great importance. States. '.

jw Life Is a gypsy dressed in red, When in Saint Cloud don't fail to,I place. undertaking and we are not kicking -

-it_ .i-..__ _.Ai sweet all the Lord could make visit the Variety Store, corner 11th '' y them. Mr. Cole. manager of the ;: '
," 'berfr' street and Pennsylvania avenue. 15-tf 'GENE BRYAN SPITTING local theatre, is always ready to help SEALED ADt--n: H1 \: '
Life Is a gypsy dressed in red Rumors regarding some changes.i BLOOD AND BOUQUETSLast .our local school, and other organization ./ c.+ l la

... And no man ever shall break her'; in the local post off ice have been numerous ", but he, as Well I as the other
1 F -She took our coins and away she sped,1 this week. There has been no week's issue of the Haines City people who contribute liberally toward -
'."' But we press out on the trail ,she fled,1 change in any way-and matters an- Herald contained: a full-page adver- these various. methods of rais-
cannot o'er- ,tisement edited, written and emphasized ing small return in
', Though._ we know we pear to be "as they were. money expect a
- tllt"hert--: -'- I \ by 'Gene Bvyan, who is in the trade or at least the interest on the - -I. .
r-. For :sale: .Only remauinig past realty business in that city. 'Gene money. invested.
" Life Is a ypl'ly' dressed In red, front-let on-best-resl
t And she holds her honor frailly; town. Inquire 122 South Vernon every time he re-reads it he grows Lakeland and even to Tampa,
1' Life Is a gyprey' dressed In red avenue. 16-ltx hoarse from the strain of his vocal accompanied in instances bv their ..
And .lIhe breaks a new heart daily; Yesterday afternoon the local ball- organs. It requires no explanation: teachers, to select gowns!, dresses,
"i f." With a purple kerchief round her team went to Apopka for a battle it shows precisely where he stands in rings pins, and even order their\ graduation
head, royal with the team of that place. the coming primary; and it indicates announcements and other i-:

if 'jJ f: And those she loves are better dead, The result was a victory for Kumm- that some of "the old man's blood" printing: needs away frcrn home--the .... ,
';, But we follow her. grimly. I/aily.: mee by a score of 9 to 2. is running: in the veins of his off- place which has 'helped them in n " .
In the case heard in circuit court'''spring. Here is what the page advertisements thousand ways to raise this money. 'n-: ,
/ *Shave", 15c; haircut, 35c; children yesterdayheiei! John S. Cadel sued 1 says: The Leader has helped everyone of'
't:. __ t h 11 fict; at Casino Barber Shop. 18-tf the former owners of the postoffice i To Tlit Voters Of Haines City And the money-raising schemes through

Next. Sunday: being: Easter there block for his commission upon the sale i Florida: the columns of the paper and also by .
will be special programs at all of the property to the present owner,, i Park Trammel has been, and is. a putting out actual cash to help them S
; 'churches. the commission being: at the estab- true consistent worker for Florida along because we want our boys and Penn s spells "

Try DuPont's Automobile Rcpa-r- lished five percent rate,-a total of democracy.Park girls to make goad: in whatever worthy quality. .
ing. 110 Emmett htreet. Phone 77.14f.f. $1000 the jury decided for the plaintiff Trammeil has been and is undertaking: they may shoulder Penn's is ... o
} conversant with the wants But do you think that an out-of- : packed
-. thoroughly. cf Florida. town or job printing shop air-tight in the '" r tit
April Be sure and place your orders for newspaper : i pat- _
Born: In Gainesville Sunday >.JIi
Park Trammell represented this will help have We want
as we
'the delivered ented
perfectly sanitary milk -
new con- _
A, to Mr.and Mrs. R. Dewitt Brown ,
fresh at your door an ordered, at state during the era of its greatest the school teachers students, the a/
formerly of Kissimmee a son. tainer. It is always -
only 16c quart Order from the\ prosperity. principals and even the local school
H. S. Giddens and the Phillips Company. A statement in the Tampa Timesof board to know that we do not like fresh.
..., Brothers, all of Kenansville, were 1> Sanitary Dairy Monday April 3, says: "A promin- the idea of patronizing some foreign Chew .'
", Kissimmee j Mrs M. A. Scott a good woman 1 to- !
transacting\ business- on ent business. man states seventy-five corporation, firm or office. Folks "
11 |t Wednesday. I'I who has reached the age of eighty-: [ 'percent, of the registered voter of who expect to get and do get their bacco. Try Penn's .
Bad debts collected or no pay. 'Re- I lof four is lying: seriously ill at the.home: Haines City section asking the 'Peer- education and living out of Fort : next time. Clean- ,

cults guaranteed. J. M. Willson, district her daughter: Mrs. C W. Campbell south-, i ess One' to enter the race against Meade ought: to .be willing to help' ) fresh-swoct.Guaranteed. .. '
..,..-- manager. 16-tfc 104 Dillingham avenue Park Trammell." Fort Meade institutions that help get -
The friends of the family
+ baseball with I numerous | It does not seem them and not some outside corporation -
Saturday's !I
their condolences.
are extending I that Florida claim .
the Loughman grounds the good people of will simply because they they
Loughmi.n on :
resulted in well-played Miss Lucille Wall and. Miss< Hazel' ,lead a true and worthy servant to the can save a few dollars.. We have unpaid -
victory in
a of 9 to a 6. !Jatkscn, both of West Palm Beach> '',altar and sacrifice him to the Great bills against: the school of long
contest score
by a
'but now pupils at the Wlnyah Luke''God "Advertising." standing. Where can you get print-
Tanlac overcomes rheumatism by I Academy Orlando, were in Kissimmee I. There will be some political blood ing done out-of-town and refuse to
....... L toning: up and invigorating: the vital .yesterday, enioute to Lakeland. They used in quenching the fires of the sac- pay for? Better stop in your swift
;. organs thereby enabling: them to eliminate --'!were collecting funds for charity pur- rificial altar, and I, a poor and hum- flight and not "bite the hand that is .

.,, poisons from the system. i poses. ible Florida Cracker,do hereby pledge feeding you." The people as a whole .. '. -'
". Judge G. F. Kribba, of Kribbs & I Proof of the pudding is in the eating 'myself unto a journey into the high in Fort Meade are feeding the .j .:-- \1': . ''... . '
'0' Steed, Is in a Jacksonville hospital : thereof. Thousands praise Tanlac.So hills of Polk.-there from its highest school and it Is unfair and not. .right .j
, ,., !4 undergoing- operation for' the reKnoval -I will you. Central Drug Store peak) to rise and chant my little song; for their money to have no return.- :; "
of a cataract from one of his If you feel tired, worn out nervous "It Wont Be Park's Blood;" no, my Fort Meade Leader. by

( +t es. and all unstrung, take Tanlac. It will friends, "It Wont Be Park's." STUART . 4. _. '
:; r -.The offices or' Dr. W. L. Winn are straighten you out. Central ()rug Do You Want 'To Come AlongTTD' I LEFT' FOR VU :.'" _

new located only. In .Saint Cloud. Store. Mr. and MI'1IL' ';don W. Barnes, ..............\....... '" e
,:' ,' Phone 122. Office in Odd Fellows M. Hopkins who'has spent the last FLORIDA MAGAZINE who have been residents of Kissimmee -

. I";/ block. 12tf.IH'R. five winters in. Klasimmee, where he COVERS ENTIRE STATE for the past year and have made ..,irj.. ,

( B.Woodham, who for a number has many friends, left on Monday for many warm friends here, left on .
., "ttt years was a resident in Kissimmee Marysville; Ohio although he will t There is a vast quanity valuable Monday for their' new home in EISELSTEIN BROTHERS-FUNERAL'DIRECTORS ;f"oj'. \ :
in about weak at in North information in the April number, ofa ..
and had a large acquaintance was stop a points Stuart. Mr. Barnes is a pharmacist ONB WORD TRIO. 'OUR STORY :
the city to spend Sunday. His! present Carolina with relatives. Mr. Hopkins splendid magazine issued from Jacksonville of excellence and has proved his '
i. location is Fort Myers. ,said he expected to arrive early in under the" caption of "The'Florida worth in several of the drugstores InKissimmee. S'E: : "V"E'CJJE:

Mr. and Mtrs. R. D. McCullock and Kissimmee this fall. Magazine. It is very hand- ,_and he will prove a. valuable CMplt _.t.r m.t: ?:i Peon

young: sons Dean left on Monday to Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Harsha of Sll 1 bcmely, carnes printed has and an illumined host of hand-COVer acquisition to the Rexal"', storein nr.away, Car.., II......u Pbaall.. ', ..' KIR.IHMBIea.d00d00 ,
drive through to their summer home Main street left Kissimmee on Tues- maps Stuart where he has secured a position -
views from the various sectionsof
at Jackson Michigan. They will make day to drive through to their summer dome the state. worth while. Many people in -"
N. J.
the journey with no wish for speed- home at Portsmouth. Ohio. Mr. Harsha fowling managing Kissimmee will miss Mr. and Mrs.! .
editor has this to
desiring to view the country-and will in a retired capitalist who turned over say: Barnes while Stuart will be the f'..+
"This is for all Florida .O'OOOO..OO'.OO."OO..OOO.O.O.'O'.'
. return to Kissimmee at as early date I to his sons the milling proposition: magazine gainer. ,
.. t with its sixty-one counties and it aims "
he formerly conducted-and plans
::' iif| with his wife, to spend the remainder to co-operate with all bodies which BAPTIST PASTOR CALLEDTO M. I. STOUT G. A.. EN.GLAND'
desire to constructive
of his days between Ohio and Florida. a policy MULBERRY SCHOOLSTO .
and tell, truthfully Florida's wonderful -
I John Bronson, speed cop, is going story. To those outside the stateit DELIVER AN ADDRESS -
about his duties with a nose welusup- offers facts; figures and information THEMIDWAY
> .a MILK ;ported with plaster-as the bridge is essential to the formation of desire Because he has become known as a .- ... .,. .. ..'
broken and not passable The accident to see and decision to live in FlorIda :speaker of note-a reputation gainedby '
1 occurred when he was doing some To Floridians it serves as another years of experience on platform and
speed-work in the discharge of his voice for greater civic and commercial :in pulpit Rev. J. A. Sutton has been I Y b
'duties, the victim says in his Ford expansion.'" invited to deliver the annual address GROCERY ;
;II i runabout breaking off .about sixty to the graduating pupils of the schools : !

(miles every hour-.-and he considers ONE WAY TAX MONEYIS at Mulberry.Polk county on Sunday,
"that he is fortunate it was no worse. April) 23. The invitation has been accepted -

| Mrs. Mary Lindermaa, who form- BEING EXPENDEDThe IS NOW OPEN FOR YOUR TRADE/: :: ; ;
erly lived in this county and who hada universal cry among the many, ,,'
PERFECTLY PURE, host of acquaintances and friends when the management of a city' finances -, I ,
both in Kissimmee and Saint Cloud, is being discussed, is: "Whatin 'I
The following report, just made died at the Clark Memorial Home the world becomes of all the mon- We have purchased the "Broadway Store" better known '7:
Grand Rapids Michigan, February the city receives as taxes?" It is ,',
has been issued the cattle ey the "Goodman Grocery"and those
- upon as to cater to
( propose ,
28. O. A. Fanckboner has been made difficult to show those who care not
I .I- furnishing the milk I am supplying the executor of the estate belongingto to be convinced-but if each meetingof who desireExcelled

jp the residents of Kissimmee: the deceased: the council should be attended by '.

1 The Delto Rho, one of the fraterni- visitors who sought for informationupon

; Result of Tuberculin Test !ties of the University of Florida has any point there would be a bet- ; Groceries at Moderate Prices
\ ,at last been ;granted its charter from ter understanding. ':
Owner: Lee Rogers, Kissimmee the -Kappa Signa fraternity, the largest Kissimmee's taxes aggregate 28 .
-h> Florida. I order of its kind in the United mills. Had former councils paid full

I A tuberculin teat was applied by States. Walter C. Bass, Jr., of Kis- attention to the needs of sinking LOOK ITSHISTORY This store is independently owned -
', I .UP .
;, immee, is one of the charter membersof funds and made preparations for financing :
\ me to 28 cattle owned by you. the Delto Rho and Barton Ames them there would be a smaller managed and conducted and there is, \ ,

f. April 3 to 6. 1922. with results asJ I and Uenry Edwards: are members. millage needed at the present I .

J; .' shown below: I I The Gazette Is in receipt of a telephonic time-because later councils looked : No Connection With Any Other Firm
,communication regarding the closely at the financial end of the I. .
Number passed (healthy)_____28 number of signatures affixed to the proposition and" had "to make proper "

I1 1 Number reacted (tuberculous)_ 0 document read at the Chamber of arrangements. These arrangements ,
were that at there must made : When you bay tin insurance, shop
luncheon once / If It I Good To Eat .
'J Commerce the effect that *
Number suspicious __________ 0 i I to *
o had to care for the prln-
!I scores of people asked permission appropriations aronad a bit-look up die 1 history of: \
'+ Total number'testecLu28 to place their names on the document, came due and for.the You'll Find It HereWe '

Number not injected ____----.. 0 'but that lack of time had made it Impossible interest which was working. night the companies that write it-lavestigale -

.: be retested-______ 0 I' to interview all them. Because and day. their reputationYou t'
of that reason the roster of Because of all this there is a demand shall ':
appreciate trade-promi
lonin eels to be tested________ 0 I names was limited to the number read. for assessing a fund of twenty- will find that the Hart- your good treat ,
-.; f' I eight mills. But, and here Is the ment fair dealing, prompt service, and satisfactory
Apparently, it ia Impossible to ob- ford Fire Insurance Company -
k./ (Signed matter in a mouthful, 16.75 mill of
; this merchandise. Every purchase is guaranteed to"
tain with any degree of authority any that 28 mills to the several :r represented by meet
D. c. GILLES. goes
details regarding the condition, ofI Agency-has been increasing '
sinking fund. and the payment of in- your approval Let a trial convince you. : : J :
Veterinary Inspector., I I Rebecca .,Johnson, the ,'negress who tmstT To explain: more fully this its service consistently since -
was whipped"by" supposed klanamenearly each 1810. That is certainly a I
: situation .
property-owner,ispaylag \
Thete is still for last week. Rumors have beencuirentithat'she'dled to the 2.8 oercent the convincing record.
z room you on our 'I city upon ,
; : than Orlando assessed //Io Yaluet,-smdM, of''r this '.,j sum ;
r'h .. 'the '
list and
of daily' cua omer*- >hospital but th.-hospital will answer A pkome cab will briar
nearly 1.6:percent 'goes.;into"paying! a prompt MIDWAY:
y above report should. prove an ins i no question' By others it is asserted and i arranging to pay debts 'which ,

'ducement.: Place"tour order with'LEE' that the'woman la'rapidly..progressIng have accumulated against the city I spouse.Carson I _
+ .( physically ,Later reports say she "_,Carelessness of this character-will ._, : -'J '
'. ROGERS.. :"PrpptwUtr, . *.. ,at her. home -.1'; .7 ,2sief'Cekmerce.;...iw.
; <<}(.,.q.Pbone"1272..11' on Robinson avenue; never again,be allowed In Kissimmee .
\ .0.* -- Farmer ....... '....... ... .... .
and .
Tt KISSIMMEE improving.------- -and there Is every belief that each: i .t. Next to __-L--__ : :,.. ..._ "KIsa='.ee'c ,.... 1 '
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!G" the .. rtiOLwaa.lnad. . \ . .. _
... ;T, - -f' "', :r "Beca .e in succeeding year,WjlI'...,-lessening* > >.,r* :.- --. :,-.- - : .- St.- .J r W : .5 _.'
The I Gazette of last week that'Leo. : of. this expense* AGENT ': . .. r

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of Greatness Thin content will wedks.
the 12
The Measure appear every Friday for next .
In one of the advertUeramts. on thin. or the opposite page a word'

u ,,! -.- ..--- (I hag! been Intentionally mfonprlled.- -. To find- it read-, --. every- -ad.- veryttrefullyr r1A . .. AND- '-SO- IS"f J "

.L.\V.l'h five word slogan must he Kent in when Mending in return an.- ",
wor. \ slogan ran he sent in for any or the advertisers. rrpresented Grantham Furniture CompanyHOUSEHOLD 1'-
in the contest. ,
But one answer. blank *ill be allowed to be filled from any one AND KITCHEN FURNISHINGS a
Farmers Bank I
The Merchants & family each week.
VVebHter'a. Dictionary must be used for the correct spelling of STOVES, RANGES, AND TALKING MACHINES
of Kissimmee the .cordsAll slogans not to exceed five words, and must be new --....-
fOnd urifdnal. The blank below must be used when sending in thu
tmawer sealed in an envelopeAll EVERYTHING TO FURNISH

hat one fundamental purpt>se-to' extend and broaden its usefulness answer must be in not later than Thursday noon. 12 o'clock. THE HOME FROM PIT TO DOME
} to I&erve. SERVICE IS THE BEDROCK OF OUR BUSINESS PRIN- The contest editor has selected 12 words. which he has intentionally .
misspelled. Only one word for each week is r('<('Olmizt'd.In PPerhaps
CIPLES. the event of a tie, for any prize offered a prize identical/ ] in all you want to replenish some odd pieces*here and there in the- +
respects to that tied for will Dt--,; Yen to the tieing contestant.Eight .
K i, prizes are offered: $20.00 first prize $10.00 second prize, home. If so. we shall be glad to serve you.
The Merchants. and Farmers Bank, of Kissimmee, is a great bank because -' <5 00 third prize. Jl 00 fourth prize $3.00 fifth.. Prize,.$2.00 sixth prize, .
".00 seventh prize, $1.00 eighth prize.
it is a useful bank. We not only shall serve, but shall understand Contestants must, turn in answer blanks for each of the 12 weeks.,. YOU CAN ALWAYS DO

.' and appreciate the service of others. We shall accept usefulness Now-get busy, put your spelling ability to the test.' You will L BETTER AT OUR BIG STORE
as the measure of greatness, thoroughly enjoy the task.
In the awarding of the prizes the answers in the misspelled content PHONE 291
Lf I and the best. slogans. submitted will be considered. together. I

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r ,, The eye is the most important organ of the i SECOND WEEK, APRIL II, 1922 STORY'STME

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Soreness of the eyes or lids better have them examined by ; the Advertisement of.lj ____--_____-___________-_______--__---- New Dresses made in pretty Men's Summer Trousers, pair

t >I 5 word slogan is____________________________________________ style:. Each$4.45 to $9.95. $3.95 to $5.03:>> '
, W. E SANDERSON Optometrist f. .- -
Fill out this Blank with your answer and mail or bring! to this. : :
offrte sealed in an envelope not later than NEXT THURSDAY;; NOON. rg'---assortment Children'sSummer Boys Palm Beach Trousers, in t ..
phone 289 I'
.' 26,Broadway t Jones.This contest owned. controlled and prepared by Chas.. Edward I- Hats. two colors. at reasonable prices. ' ,
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+ .. > "" Jr,'. y" _, _. H + .. Boys .White Wash Suits; made Men Knit Ties' ; acb_...$I. t, i yvr-/f4: ;;+; I',

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:, '. $2.75 and 3.00 Men's'Straw Hats_-.;__$3.00'up :' ;' '

rAi 'l ,,J So Satisfactorywe : ? ne New Barber Shop. ? LYLES V. STORY & COMPANY I IDItY

have decided to continue the DAKIN AVENUE GOODS, SHOES. MEN'S FURNISHINGS(
Mff l i 14 same prices during this week"- For the best and most attractive suggestion we will present a ticket KISSIMMEE

I I and next week. good for Two. Dollars' worth of work free of cost. !

> One of the most up-to-date equipped Barber Shops in the County . oc ""OOHOO>4 440000044fi00000404QOoo4 lea 11
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APRIL IS AT 8 O'CLOCKIt MOO+...++ ++4..OO.+

Lots and are of new going goods at have Sale come will be SATURDAY of real service MORNING to all. Everything is,now and of the latest design .M; iLLBi; Tiii71 :tOO: t"

Big lot of Solid Leather Shoes which will give comfort to every man who steps in .our doors. Battery Service Station i iTHE

coming in'next week and the All our Barbers are men with years of experience.Our .
"When You and
in and
right. Come
prices are ONLY EXCLUSIVE BATTERY Kissimmee
w I.Were Young, let our Prices talk to you.McCauley's Shoe Shine Department is of the latest design also and at your SERVICE STATION IN ":

: Service. Our Cigar Department is there also with its Cigars Stogies
c' } Maggie"The KISSIMMEEWe
,w Cigarets and Tobaccos. Plumbing Shop
: old folks, who often fully equipped to repairor
pre All Cabinet Work done by Albert L Rabago. are
-A fer''to remain at home, will Dep't. Store recharge any makes of Batteries -
.appreciate LEO CURCIO, Muaer.. Plumbing Heating Repairs '.
a phonograph more STANFORD, PLACE and make them new.
I ",. than you think. So gladden We Specialize Ls
their old heart. with a Brunswick otOOtt OOooooooooooo..oooo octOO.OOOOO OOOOtOOGOooooootoOOOOOOOOOtOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooo ++ Batteries Recharged By .
i y. -the accepted phonograph Motor Generator- Contracting & Repairing _
ooa '.OOoooolooa.aooo.oOOOOt s of the world's leadinemUlk'.nL ----- -
lf oooo.ooooo.oooo And Guarantee all Work .

iL- People's 5c & lOc 1 Store DEMONSTRATIONAT THE Service.Real Batteries We are Exclusive That Give Give how small Satisfaction.or large the No job matter callus :; '1r

'. SERViCEG.ftRRQE[ ONE WEEKCLEARING : Agents. and we'll be at your service.

h rf 1 SALEON : Dakin Avenue. Phone 143
The Exigency of The Occasion

A G I DISHESWIIITE Demands Best We Service Give You The

:!- EMMETT ST. PHONE 171 Plates __ ---21k J .
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I Cups and Saucers, pair____Ifc < .
7 GENERAL REPAIRING Bowls _.________________--2Oe J ON.SATURDAY .

i , f .. Starter sad Generator Work A ., Vegetable Dishes 20e 30e, 40e, 55c < APRIL IS I. HANSELL'S GARAGE :

S Specialty '. : Plates________----SOe, Me, 45 ,. " ":I

Kissfasustee PANY .
; >'., Covered Vegetable Dlshes SSe ': i ;
....,. Dessert Dishes ____,..-----leer OF ITS .I:
"'. It's the Real Battery for Every Butter Chips ...___.______>.5c .
f. .. . ....___ ____ BEST SOLD. il\:
":' ...,\ .';''' ....1 Car.. i Pie Soup Plates.J5'Dishes 18e :. HIGH GRADE COFFEES$ \
+::,': - {.': -- .. ,We repair ;;; recharge: all J Plates: All_ Sizes SOe._. 25e, JOe I8c.:. Oor Repairiaf Departs**** isthe best in Kissimmee. All work.done by'w "
iQ";" :,:.; ,. makes of Batteries Mid give Free. ; CNIUD8I'a"-IZnn":;_-1We Everyone should call and see skilled mechanics with years of experience. Every ear given our,personal ''';'-. ; :: j 7tr;

: : ;;. Motor T atiDs. 'Our 'prices are Bngsu Bowls ....*.*..*........Z5e some REAL COFFEE attention.. Our Big Fire Proof Carafe has room for storage '+
s-;- ", : '. ... positively'thv, lowest., H : Odd. Cups and Saacari.: ,,pr else., .-: ... -

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: : Mrs.. L M. Ketser:, whose husband BARGAINS'
*4r '\ Is i connected with the -"Grocery -Corner ,
'','}(Tf "."U 00"000......... to t. ..OO..ooot.O.OO" .0 J.0. ," recently wrote a lengthy Istle l .

na: X xa S ==-', I to in the"her old Republican home, a paper, West published Virginia Lot, 73x100 N ghee i rye. ,

1- regarding her trip from that for,$500.

Air, : WOODWARD LUMBER YARD The '.... .& Drugstore place'' until she had reached Kissim Corner Lot Rose and Hugh x..Z3jdOO;,
.. mee, describing the various spots of for $650.
," interest at which the
jI.i. stoppedand
'I\ BEGAN, HIS 1-CENT SALE TUESDAY, TO END SATURDAY inspected. The following One Lot Penfield SUxUO. ',
+\ ADVANCES "NEW PLAN fOR ----' IU.;; extracts on avenues .
from ,the communication of
'( .. DON'T MISS THIS GREAT for $250.
i Interest to people-of this county;
.. ON'E CENT SAL 1 i "Equipping ourselves with a com New Bungalow on Brack: street lot '

a? ftrlitj :- BUILDING HOMES ,land camping outfit we ,started over SOs!SO. 'with trees, for
11' Come Early and Get Your Share of The Best Merchandise. on September 29. 1921, drivingto $3000 orange '
;. $5.00 cash Balance two
ij Marion Ohio the home of President

r.-J WE'WILL BUILD YOU A HOME,"TO, YOUR ORDER ,120 Broadway ... ,Phone 3 and had ltardingwhere a very Enjoyable we pitched time. tent Con-, eight'percent.and three: *yar. ,with,' in'tere.t'at, .

"',' AND MAKE IT SO EASY FOR YOU TO PAY FOR IT, ,H'. 0 00 OtootO 00..0. It 000..0 0 0.0. .0000. 0 oo.oo .o.Oto ',. drove tinuing on our through journey Ohio from into Marion the great we: Two Loti on Mabbette ,street at' $225

corn belt of Indiana, and thence inn each.

You Soon Own Your HomeCOME o.oooo..o.o..o..o..oooo..o..o.oo..+..o.oo..oc to the wheat belt.' To view the vastacreage Forty-five acres land 30 'j in'
; That' __Will Easily L of corn and wheat was agrandeurtouS ,- acres t
. . . . --A-0T0MPMRiNG-- long to be_ remembered young orange-grove -Let'mehow'-
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;; and the productivity thesoil you this great bargain) .: f
seemed to be without parallel."During .

,.. IN AND SEE US - And we will explain the plan to you YOUR CAR ..GIVEN OUR ', our trip to Tennessee! we H. CLAY STANFORDREAL
passed through about fourteen toll
1. -- --- .. PERSONAL ATTENTION AT gates. This section of the country ESTATE AND INSURANCE:
seems to be noted for them. There
:!i CLAY were hundreds of people from all sections Over Osceola County Bank
.. BUILD I NOW of the country driving to Florida Kistimmet ,
and camping along the road. The
:- A NT H E'"L P-- KISS-iMMBE' G R O-'W -You_get an.. honest! job for_an honest price. No job too small or, too people have provided find camping

N j>* :5)) y I large for us. We-repair and recharge alf makes of Batteries.: grounds ever ready all and along willing the route to help, and you are in NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD;:

> wr --2,..t.o t O oo tO oo..o..o.. o.. ..OO .o... PHONE 22 any way possible. They seem to be ,
tt..oo.tooo..o..oO .OtODO oooooo oo. \ .D in the height of their glory when the H E. and' D. T Field;' '
r 0..0.00..00.00...00.....Ho..OOO.. .U .... .0 H U O+fI northern tourist. starts coming: to were Kissimmee callers on Sundays' ,
the south for winter. I Mr. and Mrs.\ William Phipps and +++< "Please bear in,. mind that there :
son, Fred, were dinner guests on Sun.*'

I W. B. MAKINSON COMP'Y A. S. CSIL-BEFRT'Si; were, and three that cars we traveling camped in out our every party --d.yof Connecticut'avenue.Mr and Mrs.. Jesse Frank, on; s

y "i Dry Goods, Shoes, Notion*-The Logical Place To Buy. night during the entire trip. Mr. and Mrs. M.\ HoIIenbau h,Mr.

...J> ":" ___ '_ ____ __ __. "We stopped in Tampa for a week. and Mrs. J. C. Vreeland, Mr. and
KissimmeeBHardwa -There were about two thousand tour Mrs\ Henry Keffer,and Mrs. Laura
_-_ ,-".. WALK A FEW BLOCKS AND SAVE MONEY SEE OUR PHE- ists in the camp ground at one time, Gruner- were Orlando\ visitors on

NOMINAL BARGAIN COUNTER FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY and everyone enjoyed life to its fullest Tuesday: "
extent. From here we went over .John Forward left
--- ---------- - on Tuesday for

..:; SEEDS:i.Cow. Peas, Velvet Beans and Garden 'Seeds. Best grade Sheets ((81-90) $2.25 values for ______________$1.98 J. to Clearwater to the Gulf, continuing of Mexico our crossing Journey Hinsdale?fr. and, Massachusetts.Mrs.. Andrew Allen and ,

FERTILIZER: That good Fish Guano. Best grade Bedspreads. $3.50 value for __________________ 3.14 two mile bridge over Tampa Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Holly, who); have'

Best grade Bedspreads $2.75 values for __________________ 2.39 : Before leaving here we took a plungein been spending a pleasant winter here.\
) SPRAYS Fenole kills Roaches Ants. Moths Mos- ,. --a- !. the gulf. Ouring all this time we left on Thursday by auto for their'
,; : Spray Bedbugs. -;;-- --- -- -------- -- ---- ;
traveled about fifteen hundred miles home in
Providence. !
l quilos.FENOLE.STOCK. PHONE 35 JOHN A. ERICKSON, Manager. S'ek passing through some* magnificent Mrs. Frances M. Daniel and Mrs.,
farming country, and some wonder Mary Potterleft
I. w' ,d4S+}04S'W : :e >4..>Ob>b4 o f ? ? +.'4 ao6 on Tuesday for
,:i DIP: For Fowls Dogs. Hogs. Cattle Sheep, etc. ...,.,..., fully picturesque mountain scenery White Springs, where they will remain ,
_. "We have located here. My\ husband until May-when Mrs.' Daniel
SPRAY' +}C Pe+ip Y4P04:'440043t 4 SO4J<.x i''++:}'rS S f4094bti M G::vv
. / FLY : The Sherwin-Willi ems Sort That Pleases. ... Is in the grocery business, andis will go'to Mobile; and Mrs. Potter to
., doing very nicely. We have bought'a Warner, Ohio for the 'Hummer,
s. JE'JL.C> 'J[ --
ARSENATE OF LEAD, FUNGI-BORDEAUX and PESTORY, for = home, and expect to remain here. Frank Fredericks, who has' been

My daughter is in the high school, quartered at the Seminole for sometime
Plants. Trees CASH>I cQOCI. R
etc.MAKINSON'S and getting along fine. The climate has left for his home in New
here is all that could be desired and York-making the trip by auto.
--- : Kissimmee's Reliable Grocery ,it is certainly" a land of sunshine and James B. Hatheway, after spending -'
flowers. the winter here, has returned to

-- I' AN EASY MATTER IN i Mr. and Mrs George M. Richard'',
________ __ __ PHONE 1ctoo. WE ARE PROMPT IN OUR DELIVERY KISSIMMEE AND COUNTY and Mr. and Mrs. George jV..$mith.
'spent Saturday and ,in visit,
Sunday ;
.C. .o..t..o.o 0.<..O.O ooo..oo.iY' -fr< AND OUR PRICES ARE REASONABLE To prove that it was not impossible ing Tampa. ; : ,t
PHONE to easily produc a vast quantity of Mr. and Mrs. George Richard and
0- t.OOt.., .o.oo..o.o.o..o."c oooo oo.oo flowers about the home Mr. and Mrs. little daughter who have been spending -'
j Allen E. Foedick have been effectingsome the. winter hereleft on__Wednesv
embellishments at their residence day for their home-to Alliance\ Ohio.

'+Oo H UO.toO.OO"OO".04 OOO to .Uou "" at Fish Lake Park-with the The final meeting of the season -of t'
F. A. NAVE result that on Saturday there was received the New England Society: was held
<<) from them by The Gazette a in the U. G. A* R. hall
Notice To Merchants000 large basket of flowers of most attractive a splendid program In Tueadalt.nli
I appearance and of twenty- W. H. Whitely.. rendered. Roll ealt:
I 'one varieties. Many saw these hand. showed a decreasing, JIImbenhlp.the .-, +,r
,some specimens and were loud in roster of states, showing.from. I
*w-.r Osceola County Bank Building All merchants having ads. in our MISSPELLED WORD AND SLOGAN their praises of what Mr. Fosdick had Maine, 17'! New Hampshire, '6; Vermont
produced-yet that was not all he is 6; ira..achusettsi"; Conneeticut -
CONTEST are requested to have their change of copy in at bringing out. In. week or two he 1; ,Rhode Island,,3'a' total or .r,

office WEDNESDAY of each week. Copy coming in later cannot be will have some forty varieties-and 64. Completing the program which,
; High Class Investments : ,the showing will then be all the .more closed by, reports from'the memorial
..1 changed for that week. We trust all merchants will .take. this noticein interesting. committee, the society adjourned; after ,
?, the same ,kindly spirit as it is 'given. I "I planted the seed in January- singing --The Star Spangled Ban., '
pi-:'t..OOOtoooo..o..ooO.OOO tCO > } I and there was used no fertilizer ,of her" to meet- Tuesday: ,!; November. 7.;* .
{any sort-but I'll admit-that my soil -.r ---" 'u
,4':4L: cf\; o tOoooooottOO 0.00.. . Htt.UO..oooc.o.u ;is of excellent quality. I think, however I (Written' for'lasi' !. week) ''
: . .to octo.o.t..oo..oo.. that almost, soil in this "
: any Gone or going to their'stunmerr;
/,4; f''ROBERT RE DEL COMPANY - -- .. ..
-- -- county, with a small amount of fertilizer homes: Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Earing--
, b :.;.il. ' ,: >+oo'o +oooooO''O.OG- W.C. T. U. NOTES of some sort, would produce all and Mr; and Mr. R O.,Uolley to*s ser v.
""' NOVELTY WORKSEverything varieties of the finest flowers and Indiana; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Allen
There will be--W:. C. T. U. silver shrubs with a fair amount of labor to Provldence, .Rhode Island Mrs.
OSCEOLAHARDWARE I medal oratorical contest in Saint added," said Mr. Fosdick. "There is Anna J* Leach, to Kokomo, Indiana; } "
In- Cloud this evening at eight o'clock a general sentiment that all of Flor- Mrs Laura Guerdrfm,. to Washing
r : at Armosy hall. Miss Etalka Stroup ida should be beautified by flowers, ton; 8.. Mi' Smith," to Charleston,,
WOOD AND LUMBER AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES and Miss Lizzie ,Mae Matherly are and I'm of the same opinion. There. South Carolina r Mr. and Mra T. !I.-,
\ il two of the contestants, and Miss fore I took a little pains. secured my Thompson, to Michigan.-- '. ' '
House Building A Specialty.ALL Eleanor- Overstre-et will give a read- seed, and went at; it. If every home- Mr. and Mrs.; James Campbell', remembered .' f
iffg: 'owner should do as I have done not their'
; The W. C. T. U. is busy getting only our own residents but all our on Wednesday, ,by'' entertaining at
t for its Golden visitors well)) would P'
ready Jubilee in 1924. as get .a great their horn .on Connecticut
( ,: '. Darliajton Avenue Near Freight Depot. PHONE 216 1. The slogan is "a million dollars and deal of pleasure out of It-and thingsin several guestsamong: them avenue.being ; ,
2f: a million members by 1924." They winter would be like a 'real south.' M. A. Martin and HIII.Nellie.Bums.".
OOOoO..ooooooo.oo.o.Ottooooooo..o.c o... r had raised If should be beautified it '
money been and efforts are any place Miss Florence Hynes. of New.York, r
X now centered on the membership should be the home, and I sincerely has arrived to, visit, her aunt;',Mrs.' "
.. t campaign. Kiseimmce i is asked to wish that every resident in the coun- Mary Veeder, and her" utcle. A..'
give 75 new. members -and ty would go to it. Just think of whatan > ;
-- :a: Kissing Doughertys .>&, ->
COMPANYON mee will do it, for Kissimmee is at { improvement would be noticed!

LAKELAND STEAM LAUNDRY X; ways the lead The and membership does what drive.she ORLANDO-MAN-- CONSIDERS MISSIONARY'MEETING( ;. ;<,

;( will close Friday, April 14. Each { GAZETTE FINEST WEEKLY Women of-the Christian church i met
. member is expected to secure at least at the home of J Mra. C.' II.\ Melanin
: Our Tracks will call for and deliver to Every Home in I H lDlllee. i WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, three new members. A handsome '{ "If I didn't consider the contents Monday afternoon, where a' live'program '
\': gold bowknot set with pearls will be I IOC The Gazette of very high merit I was in charge of Mrs.;.L., H.
; -Four Services Weekly 0. J. PIERCE, STATE AGENT tti, prize 'to the woman bringing in would never have paid other papers Gedge. A review. of' conditions and 'R
{ MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY the greatest number of name.. 'a considerable sum to reproduce mat- missions in l.maleawu''given by ; "
FOR THE I On Wednesday April 19, there win! ter from its columns" said A. E. Mrs L. S. Provin; in the Philippines,,
'. ---- -be -' Dickson, of the Orlando Credit Association bv Rev. J. G.
," - - a reception at the Chapter Housein Waggoner; ,in Porto
R. H. RUTHERFORD, R. A. SNYDER honor of the new members. A fine yesterday. "Kissimmee has Rico by Mrs. Harry Dale., Mrs. &' ;
RED STAR VAPOR OIL program is promised/ and the prizes i a splendid paper- in The Gazette,and B. Aultman had charge: of the ? Special Agent Phone 49, Kutununee will be awarded. fit is read all over the state by everyone ness session, and the lime of meeting:;
o sP .OOOO.'O.tOOt... t.ot.tOOOottO oo STOVE I The regular session of the W. C. so fortunate as to be a subscri- is now changed to the first' Friday +
.OO O..OO" V T. U. will be held at the Chapter ,ber. I'm reading every copy,, very afternoon in each month'-,the next'meeting :
.. 'House next Friday afternoon at 3:30. :iclosely-and shall be a subscriber as to be held at the home' of
*o.o ..Oo.o.oo.OOO.O ooo .ooooo.OOOOt.oo.oooo 4 .WILL PUT ON A FREE DEMONSTRATION . A program and important business. long as it is published. It Is original, Mrs. Aultman with Mrs. A. W.Wind
A T OUR will be features. Every member is clean-cijt, tells the truth, and Is in in charge of program., "The .social''
, The requested to be present.M. every way most deserving" hour closed delightfully with choice.
O. C. TIGNER'SBIG STORE. PLENTY OF GOOD I V. BOYER. Mr. Dickson has many weekly and refreshments served by the hostess.:, '
;, ... EATS BAKED: ON THIS, THE Corresponding Secretary. daily publications on his list, and has J. G. WAGGONER.
1: previously been* connected with
Broadway OIL' I some
KISSIMMEE VISITOR of the largest dailies in the south. It HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY '
,.. MARKET. DON'T FORGET was a fact that several papers were WILL MEET IN LAKELAND
:' STORE ALWAYSRELIABLE BACK IN MINNESOTAN. paid to run one or ,of the editorials
? Millinery THE DATE, APRI (" 19. r more ,
from The Gazette and it is The thlrt1'-fif
EVERYBODY INVITED LADIES Bertrand, a cousin of Mrs annualmeeting-pf.
a fact 'also that he received some the Florida Horticultural Society will
\:; Shop : ; ESPECIALLY.Y. Charles Neid, who has been spendingsome good business because of the action. be held Lakeland, Tuesday Wednesday },
S time the Neid home has
at Mr. Dickson is contemplating extend- Thursday and Friday, May 2, 3;
IF1 reached his home in Jona, Minnesota, !ing his business to a greater degreein 4, and 5. The be. '
YOU ARE LOOKING FORBARGAINS program will-largely
Offers the Ladies of Kissimmee and the newspaper! of that place has. Kissimmee- although the parent devoted to subjects of particular JBJterest
r I' had an interview with him. The vial.tor association will remain where it was to citrus growers, Lakeland being ..*.
the Newest in .
Styles I with appears Kissimmee to be favorably-according Impressed tie the first established. In the heart of the Florida citrus a, ,
area. However, avocadoes' and
See 0. I clipping at hand which says: CAUSE OF DISEASE: & grapes, ornamentals, lawns '
C. Ticner. All rood pat "N. Bertrand who has the otter
OSCEOl spent ''
I TOO MUCH POLITICS subjects will be discussed.
I tmg cost for winter in Florida, has returned and is The
PRING G MllllMfRfAt { growth of the society in recent
in the best of health. Jo'othe pastfour : years has been encouraging,, there, l

'r t ASS,. NEXT( SEVEN DAYSNew [ winters Mr. Bertrand always The Kissimmee Gazette' is Inquiring being a total of 1955 members reported -.,
went south to some hot, springs or
at the
for the whereabouts of the Wild meeting Miami last yearof ,
Lt IIII11IIW11RF.OOflIPllT mud baths for his rheumatism, but: which _
[ 31 Ii honorary
Life and npatron;
Many a "league"
: Very' Low Price -'j; this winter he went to Kissimmee, life annuaL
with 1133 perenlaland 1777 ,
"society" starts out brave Intentions ; ,'
j Spring GoedsJatt Im where Charles Neid an old resident: and then folds up its tent like. In.1902 when the society met in Tsmv ....+.
of this city, runs the mineral baths. the Arabs.-Miami' Metropolis.. it bad only 416 member: The goal ',*."
O. C. .:T1GNER Mr. Bertrand took twenty-four bathsin for this la 2500.,Tbe officer
t I We are showin bemrirul Hab J 1))11 :year : $
that'water and back homefeeling'like
came The mild ,
---- - action Her-
cathartic of : president H. Harold Hume, Glen.,
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,M we know will,plus you J; ; : : a colt.: He also informs bine ia'well liked by ladies. It purifies Saint Mary; ." secretary,' Bayard F, ,
{y f : ,. r yrw.. e ; ; .a.......b.r tie r'aJace. u_ few j ; uS'that a great many were'taking1 the ,the system without griping or Floyd, Orlando; and ,treasurer'W.'I SC; IJ \,
'" J water for eesema-with fine results. sickening the stomach., Price 60c. Hart, Hswks'Park.' ' : ,
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1 MR&'LItSINQyEFIELD. : \ \ ooor. fross' postoftte.w. .W. em always) do better .by year I Mr. Bertrand speaks very'.highly' of Sold ,1>>7 ./*Z. Boberson.)",' I, y
-- Netd's mineral bath..Jovrnal, '*"- "-*-.,.l" IT" I - 'If'ond'ia"25"p.rcentwn.Ifishbs'8probably: ;: :f
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:_ f''' 'THE 'KISSIMMEE VALLEY CAlETTE," ?SWAY. APRIL' 14.' 1922 ."

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I'm Somewhat Worried ----- somewhere in the neighborhood Address . . ..;... .. .. ... .. ..... .... -

| The mayor of Saint Petersburg. B' 8500. Oak Leaves Oak
TAPPING THE OUGHT TANK filed a damage suit against the Saint Park 1"J II
.: !!! Petersburg Post, a labor union paper PaIr o' T I C E

,."" because of the mud that paper to flop.) '4-
By THORN slung immediately prior t? the day I In other JtJ
It of election: Mayor Pulver seeks $25.-1a place to '
.1' I,j 000 damages, and I'm hoping he'llget icle. in General
it. At the same time I'm hop Can't
111. Say It Do IA Record' Of Goose-Egg* ing he'll not see what I've said about "flappers" ,., individual lane been receiving writ- > .

Isn't It mighty odd bow many a 1 A census taken of the Wisconsin him. ,I thank you.. without K.," (Ku Kin Kin). We, the Klansmen j ; .......
out to be a jaw-ride penitentiary shows that; of the inmate .. '
Joy-ride turns /gustine '
.* .* .* >there are eighteen lawvers, six mlnjiaters Losing| Money Every Day Why public to understand POSITIVELY that \;
s An Ananias Item -and not one editor'in the entire '
I 'Because miner prefer to, loaf than
Mother-of five to the mother of but roster. :The reader may make his work they are losing a payroll of those and the Ira cannot handle yon, WE '
one: "Your baby is certainly the most own heading for this item-modesty about $800,000 .every working day, a fill a ; '
I That sacb.otice. '
'in this Office forbidding! such an action anyone writing. hay .
wonderful! baby I ever sawl I loss which affects some 20,000 fami no blunder ..
And the joke of the thing Is that here lies. The striker take the Incident asa cook their will be prosecuted to' the full !I
the mother of the one believes the bull! joke-but the people as a whole-do Ion th' .-7 '
.* .* He Was Well Pouted not. Nothing can be a' joke which-they'd' !
of all citizens and demand it of all '
I. P. Timmons was late for supper .. .
Good Advice, Too' works to the disadvantage and discredit .. '
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at the Osceola the other evening. One the law and protect our citizens and -=
of the entire United Statel nd
the Avon Park Messenger: "-
i t Says"Thofn" gave it to Kissint- of the sweet girl boarders said to him: it i is actions of this sort which continually I. on our citizen and destroying our prop'
been here Many
"You should have sooner
i mee several months ago. We act as a setback to the progressof
we have been having conundrums!I" es might'
pass along the' same advice to I Timmons! looked at the s. g. b. and trouble a country now overburdened with (the schools give onr officer our loyal support, and our
Sebrincrites: "Help, (Hope or then replied: "Oh that's all right; I in a city: .
Hike, !!'gosh!I" :jmrelled! < ::- 'Jf:thanulvl ::was:taken- it-say*: cameln.;-Let-me-have Bomt'eve1fil- go to inT communication with n* can do'M by
and followed to the limit there wi/uld: are cold!I" i I White folks, meet Mayor Frank do I'' get
be some railway: tickets sold but *, Fortune Pulver, who has been reelected who wants ';
would be bet- to the highest position In
those who remained a '
Readers May CommentIn are no
ter class of citizens. ; Saint Petersburg lie' won on the 1 KLAN -.1
: a letter! personally!' received by the There
platform of the bathing suit
9 Circulating Th'*Mazuma# editor of The Gazette-a letter car- for women, and furnishing one-piece free turkish afford to ( .) Kitsimmee, Florida: ::
t rying a tinge of meanness and sarcasm towels and talcum'powder for-the who might .
A Boston woman who notified -a letter written anonymouslyfrom various variable vamps who wear of the < 0 OOOOtcl 0.00000to 0 00 0000000 c.< I 1
la Saint Petersburg has the Fort uderdale-the following who wants
'em. In other words he had all his
police that she has lost during the uncalled-for reference can bear but there are ooooooO.OO.oo.... o.
three months about $50,000 at construction opponents Pulver-ized to a sea-green tions -... "
past : ,
one ', -
"spinning. the top" In a restaurant in I "We think that a certain good girl minority. Frank seems to have a 'I It is a 4' '.
Fortune in his Yassum.
city She didn't care to have her name has recently!' made a happy choice in family :hour in .
she believed the loss was I I . * Notice -
known her!' change of worlds. of J
r Merely her ill-luck. She'd rather suffer -j 'have-no--comment-to-make. i I I Ife Ought! To advertisement BehaveClassified in the ''to the ,
r the -loss which didn't really inconvenience *" I I of your I ,
her but she did think the "nlo Nashville Banner reads thus: 'and .,
Here's Another county.
abolished. It' really Out"I I FOR SALE-Solid gold wed- I I I I
practice should be Says th Ocala Star: The
sacrifice' in
ding ring. Must\[ or-
I looks that to me-although a of The Kissimmee merce since
way Thorn :
who don t know any better der to buy net of hobbles to. business' Delinqunet April 1
woman automo-
Valley Gazette says I( make husband love, honor I en
her my ,
4 than to continue to squandering bile liars! are greater and more and behave. "Prevost" this otI has added
eamoleons couldn't be considered! very numerous than fish liars' If ,to the body : -
bright, I be it will be In order to fice. ship.Ihe. '
anyway. this 10 I i
But wouldn't it be .
*.. I replace the old Raving, "That that if she naturally hocked her wed-understood ::. I HAS AUTHORIZED ME TO ISSUE ,;
Gee! What A )ProphrtThe I sounds fishy" with "That sounds I' who are I i
ding ring'ahe wouldn't have any right; HAVE INADVERTENTLY OVER-
Orlando Reporter Star of date IV I icsident :
else to a husband*_in which case it
of July 4, 1924 is expected to say I Or look the liar in the face wouldn't be any of her business rrsturant I SAME, LESS THE S PERCENT ALLOW '. "
this arid say: "You auto put in some piston opposition :
: he
whether or not behaved? :
In the fantnxtic exhibition ringyou're leaking. *! w rooms in i
t of today's celebration nothing I *" Peculiarly!' Prettily Put !i If you :
caused more merriment and illustrated I'll Bile! ; What Is It? 'of the j jyou I '
Say the Avon Park Pilot: I' should THIS AT ONCE, AS DELAY WILL
more poignantly the : Declare tbe Orlando Reporter
A "Luther
the progress of Orlando, than Star: Burbank's news latest addition says to the I your cty, j: DELINQUENT LIST IS COMPLETED I
the caricaturing of Orlando's Prohibition Nutt has been the !
plant world is a new blackberry .
I I It takes s
water system two ago. prohotode.
years known as the "thornlessblackberry. I .
I think that is a dirty I her of :t.. fO
A hydrant was desperately tryIng I ." The cane has no j -t'
: to throw water over /Iman's trick to do to anyone and whoever is thorns and the fruit are wore
is and
,/ hat. .th' guilty pasty ought to be made to I The \
,1 more delicious than the ordin-
But anyway, why should a fire de run for: president on the bolshevist ary blackberry. Thornless this serves I GILBERT, f

i .)t&rtment care to waste water.and timetrying ticket. Moreover, the Reporter-Star blackberries will prove a boon to .ber that
to throw the over a''ought to be ashamed of itself for 'pay all
aqua ( to the pickers of that"delicious CITY CLERK
( man's hat when It might take a hat publishing such stuff for its women May first ( ) I
I fruit but the hope that there
and put it under the hydrant? Does readers. Bytheway how does a fellow will never be a "Thornless Kis- another I
ii it have so much water to "throw | look and act after he's been "pro- simme- Valley Gazette. I.mttee will <-400.00.0 oo' ooo.0.o < ... o :
a away" that such amusement it entertaining | hotoded?" Also does it hurt much? I The clipping sslon abovereproduced al I
: Orlando gathering? f Aw, co'mon an' tell us. are certainly appreciated. I I Chamber
sue new
1. * *" ing bills b. C>> JD1 P S C>> :JD.
***** ***** ** *** *.***_ I Worn By Male Men! bigger and ,

Says I notice the lakeland that a clothing Advertiser firmin : 0

> -1 Auburndale is offering a Licensed Funeral Director
111111 premium of s gold-plated safety A
razor with every $22 suit of : A Stncmr r S"i,,. Kmmtlmr
clothes sold. Is this an Indica- I A 11 fmmni ,
tion that those clothes are so (
Grade Ambulance Service at Call
durned old that have High
they I I News )
You Know How whiskers on 'em?-Thorn, in I i Offlrr. 249 l'lI'lNES'' .... 73
Kissimmee Gazette. '' ways of

Wrong again! They're so i: tic senator .
-m -- -- ----S -- -- 4
dum nice a fellow simply can'twear hl.Tspul "
. You teeter the spoon level it off pile it up and I 'em without shaving fires gard i riff the 1'O****OOH************************ '
', then wonder if you have just enough soda or I and when the barber isn t han- supposedly
"' !I dv the ..1'. should be. Also and "Would
baking P<<'wde io make good biscuit. Most
likewise that too, is an Indica- ble Voliva, CE
!likely you don't.HONEY. I tion that they are to be worn'; flat ; J l TSN !r ;

i male men. We'll say so. arrived in ; ) .
BOY FLOUR But even then I think that $22 is tions to i ,
too high for this warm country: The may bring !' ;
-"" (Self Rising) last suit I bought day before yesterday -' who thinks !' j

.q '. '.a, ': '" -, ,,' r- fr .,. :', , cost me eight dollars net. Now i'what is R V I.C E i : ',
laugh durn I'm going to it ;
it the finest flour with the and best leavening -* ye. tural -
purest .
j; .
.to first trip. I thank t.
' on my In primary SATISflES . r'} ,
>< .. ;; ,h 4 : sdentincallyrnixed4inJuttright. : , ,| ,| .1 Atyour4p4grocery. | you.. Tt('. v. "I'd be "
.. ' T". ,. I .' .* ewered; the .

Chix Of A SlanglesB Age ,I Pedroso AGENCY i
-000- j Wanted-Two young Janes, just finished the rest of I
II 45t" college, want to get into barracks What .
somewhere near Wisconsin "L" where \ ********************************

: Bush Milling Co., R. C. Woodbery Company, I they can throw their chow together in ,
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the morning. They want a closet large
r Seymour, Ind. Distributor, Orlando 1 \enough for the duds of a pair of girls the Because : I
of that type. Needless to say they expect I OOtoooOt. tOOOOO bath four
also there will also be a years
v : .... -_-- !was given .
fI- '\< the Powell
on that !
:: family
affair. a

Paint Pride and Prosperity ter been of the t ass sl -....kTL......or-.I.1I. '
I o Clii Cl M..'> -N8' Mr.bH U.M
season. SE s :._ ,....kT.. 17.SS
hlf i FOR which "**' !!..-XLlcJii.!! ? ITJS

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2.95 for ; The moral'na economic influence of paint U far-reaching. A weflpaintedhouse wood, seas"N.. o..t. 61.-.. "jI

J ; denotes character; pride in TOUT property and esteem All street.d J. ; .

,of yourself and neighbors. Paint not only promotes prosperity, but't

,k .''protect your !home: against decay and increases its value. 1921-22 The is = a !

less than pur-
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b lave their worth than No the surface : : ,''Jsii
a : proven during more fifty years. matter 9 -where value [
'km or llD -there i it a Pee Gee Paint or Finish that wiD give you lasting 0 : truck -."._...-_ 1

atisfadioa at lowest cost. Visit this store aod let u* advise with you regarding, + 4.** Tim to Re-flyer' .1'1
Buy' Flak) /;
,.yew-painting and decorating problems.
82 Years
. Aak ue for FREE Paint Book -Hcmet and Ho* lo feint Them. '

t. alao for Color Cards or writ direct to' Jr't

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1 ..a. THE rtvmaas. VALLEY ,GAZETTE. FRIDAY. APRIL;, 14, '122.: __ __ __ 'MVkWB. ,

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f '.4, : :: tint from the desk In the poatotfleeThursday rERTAININC G TO CHURCHES

DiCKERSON T[ LEGAL AbVERT.sEMENTS J the same morning to "1''.will. Lola please C. Allen return - -
Methodist Chart SCHOOL NOT SSeaiorS.h
511 Emmett street, and receiver ec1ltc- .

H '
I a -c--- Rev. R. F. Hodnett, Pastor _
; best bidder for cash at the front door NOTICE -Unless. the pumps sInk etc., ;.
;t Brick-laying: Lathing, Plastering', IN CIRCUIT COURT 1TT JUOI. of the Court 'House In Klsslmmee. Os stolen from my home off Cemetery 9:46'a. m.-Sunday; ;; school. ,. Pilasj ,
: Painting 'CtAti CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA/IN ND ceola County, Florida. during ,the lea-al' Road' KI..lmm., are returned within -
No. 121 Oracle , i\FOR O8CKOL.A COUNTY. IN CHAN. hour of sale on Monday the first day fourteen days 'from this date proCeedings 11:00 a. m<-Preaching. by the pas Friday" evening a merry erpwd :.C
Street Klsgtmmee CEKY. Federal Land Bank of Colum of Mar' A.D.'. list, the .same being a will be taken by the un. tor. Theme: "Nature and Meaningof enters and Sophomores gathered at
'J I bia a Corporation. Complainant, vs legal sales day. the following described d..r.lcned. The. police have been.. no. Christ's surrectlon." the city docks and from there
I 8. B. Aultman. et al.. Defendant On real property \ Countyof tified. (Signed) W. Wlnterton care they
'1 Monday, the lid day of May. IIZZ. the Oaceola and Slate t.OnJlo: ., to- of Johnston ft. darrett- solicitors, 2:00 p.. m.-.Junior League and Junior were carried to Christ' Island on the, .
:' O. r. KRIBBS W. 3., STEED. defendants, Isabelle I... Waring an"" wIts Klsalmmee. Dated April t,, 1 I1. Missionary League. Miss Kath- Lucy B." Ernest Oliver was the '
her-huaband R. p. Warlnir are order' Lots one to three both Inclusive and laIt1EICAOLUI erine Tiller and Mrs J R. tost of the occasion ,
'( KRIBBS, ft STEED ed to appear to the bill of complaint In lots, six to twelve. both Inclusive of Sinque- and treated: the
L the above styled cauee.' It, la further Frank VanuAgneafr'j subdivision known field managers. bunch of "Even to one of the hap
A''._eF. ..* ..._i... at Law ordered that this order be published a. Paradise Island,' being a subdivisionof 6:30: p., m.-.Senior League devo- pleat boat rides best chicken and !..
Klanlat_ "'1._. for eight consecutive weeks In TheKisulmsnee one of section thir lonal "
< exercise. ,
.1rr:4)ntnlo) anybody ever sampled. The trip
Valley Qasette, Township twentyfive4S6)
.. .. .. .e..'..1 raetlee. I. all Stale sad published In Osreola County.newspaper Flor South. Range twenty-nine. (II) I | 7:45 p. mv-Preaching by the pas to and from the Island was lovely

; Cr4e. ida. Given under my hand and seal., east Of Tallahassee. Meridian In Oace tor. Theme "Emulating Christ" the air was cool-and oh, the moonlight -
this --day of March A. O. 1921. ola County Florida. '
4:00 Monday. and When the ,Island
m.- Literary reached
p. was _
: (Signed) J'. U OVKRSTREKT ALSO: That certain tract; designed
: Fat Johnston 0. P. GARRET Clerk of the Court. on .the official plat flied In the officeof social-meeting of the Woman's Missionary and a fire started, games were begun
j".1 (Circuit Court Seal) 15N4TTICH -'t the Clerk of the Circuit Court by FOR STATE ATTORNEY I Society. and' the young people soon had ar.glnrr.appetitebut

JOHNSTON ft GARRETT :la.l"ukn.Vans I'"fato the 13th day "' ; 4:00 Wednesday. hour Miss and
Story Leitner
FOB FIN A I' OI9CHAROR : 1 on pace I am M candidate for State Attorney p.
__ _ATTORNEYS_ T-YAW 45_aa ._!'RE8ERVEg'.neL being.In.the for the Se.nteen.hldl..lal Circuit ot la The..Bungalow. _ __ --. !drs. Jeyoreo-stood: uard..over.tb
-- !":--tfce'.<<..ri:.,--(' .t7=,Jdr; =St ... cola hwveternpaetotthealdPuradteaIsland Florida;::to succeed mysellVtnthedeni3_ _, 7430.p,-- .m .Wednesday.._ P-tayer. iats....though.. .many .jinauccessfuLat
$ flees i 10, 11 and 12, Oaceola Band .. of Florida. 01. (....$7.In and bounded on the east by lot ocratlo primary June 6, 1322.. I have
meeting. tempts made to lure them "
a 1. on the south by the shore line of served you faithfully. With your endorsement were away
:, BuLIdInf.KISSIMMEE. . the Estate of Jennie A. Case I the lake and lot IS on the west by the I will continue to efficiently 8:00 p. m.-Friday. Young men's And oh that pilau I Do ;you think it _ _
FLORIDA Deceased flora line of the lake, and on the promptly and uprightly discharge prayer meeting. was eaten, Well just aak those
I NOTICR IS HEREBY!: OIVKN to all north by lots 11. 10, 9 and 8 of said the trdst you have given me, devotin finally
'- whom It may concern that on the 11th subdivision.All all such talents and experience as I 8:00: p. m.---Friday. Teacher. train. Evens. But twelve o'clock _ _
day of May A. I). 1'22, I ahall applyto of the strove described property possess> to sustaining and .enforcing th* nig class. rolled around and so the merry picnickers
the Honorable T. U Corner Judire 1 1of. hein the entire Island known as Para;: law and protecting the Interests of tI,', 3:00: p. m.-Sunday. Preaching; by had to leave that happy place., '
"V'i Willson & AultmanREAt :.said Judge of Probate for state and the people of my circuit
Court aa disc Island except lots 4 and 5 of said .
'i .. ,nnal discharge as Executor of the estate j I aubdtvlslon. .I HeDlnir upon my ... .ord. I ask and will pastor at Shingle Creek. ComIng( home again/ in the glorious
fJennte.A.nae.deccised.!' and ,I Such sale will be made and deed to appreciate the support\ of the d..m**- moonlight we enjoyed every minute

that nt the same time I will preai'Titlmy :-\)urchaBilyiven-sisbect toeorta'a' ciatlc l.voter.\! men and women,_of..,the St. John's" Episcopal) Church until we landed at the city doek.Threerlleer. .
: fnaaccounts\ an Executor of said I I prior mortTHire upon. the said lands '- -
1 ESTATE estate find Rllk for their approval.Hated made by Elizabeth Uonciran to C. I' JOSEPH H. ;: 7da. .tor-their generous host-
: February *4. A. I f>. 1022. Whlpple, recorded In Mortgage Book Orlando: Rev. L. H._Klrkby, Rector. were given -and merry goodnightswere
RAYMOND I CASK. "Q" at page tit. Records of OsceolnCounty --- exchanged and the crowd
11 Darlington ,Ave. Kissimmee H-8t xccutor.OTII'I ; Florida, In the sum *of Seven ron 'TATB! A TtTlt HV Good Friday. Divine Worship, and tramped wearily biit 'down
I Thousand Dollars ($7.000.00) and accumulated -- special address by Dr. L; A. Hamilton happily
-' ''Ol" API'I.I4'ATIO\ T\TDKKI Interest thereon. should I km A candidate for the office of the long road towards their home*
} >. aald prior mortgage, not be theretofore State Attorney for the SeventeenthJudIcial on "The Crucifixion Dr. Hamiltonhas
I : redeemed and will alsd) be ma Notice ix 1I..roh.'n; that t.awrence to If the Democratic Primary to be held .
delinquent taxes. any, against Holy Lands, and foe this reason his
THE QUALITY MARKETNow McCalllxter. purchaser or Tax the said lands. June 0!, 1822.
Certificate. Ni,.' 1804 dated the 2nd div W. J. STKEI1.; I rexpertrully. solicit the vote and address will have much interest balmy spring days are here'and
of July. A. l>. 1 17. has tIled snld certificate I7-4t Master In Chancery. support of thdemocratic voters ofO..oIR. Easter Day our thoughts turn naturally to
( under new management) In my office, and has made nppIlrAtlon -.--- Orange and Lake Counties "
0:45: a. m.-Church school. the "ol! swimmin' hole. So, hunting'up
for tux deed to Issue In nocoiduncf AI>MIMS1IIATIO4)Tlfl3] I If nominated" I and appointed I pledwto ,
i is still "Cash and Carry Market" with law. Hald rertlflcutenil the people of thin circuit a faithful 10:00 a. m.-Adult Bible class. the old bathing suit we are off.
a +i-"' >.mf..."_tile_fntl..ln'f I ,d<'HCI'll>ed Pr'*P-- ,la ('curt of (' .....".., 4>seeul. performance 6f the duties of the .,f""... 11:00: a. m.-Choral service with Because of the lack of material and
with nice line of Groceries added< oiL sltuatrd It County.F1if- ... II. F. MAUUIHKof "
a ) 4 nu ly M. of Flurlda.Kntate Sermon on "The Resurrection. er-well. I guess It Will hay fever or, .
Idn. to-wlt: of Jennie Howell oxvell ..............
i .. You see what you are buying--and Uts I and 4. V'. II. Farmer's Rc- fly THE JUIM1K t>F SAIl COURT.WHEREAS. For It..l.trs.le.. something like that, Osceola did not-
be Subdivision of Farmers AdilUlon toProsp.ct Lena Lord hits appliedto Holy Redeemer Church-Catholic have a track team this year, so now
pleased. "
Park this Court for Letters of Administration I present my name to the'01. In Catholic '
( )
she hopes to send of and
The enld land being asseasoU at the I on the estate, of Jennie floweD tlL" June primary as candidate for a team boys
Your Patronage Solicited date of IssiiHnce of nitld. ceitMlcate In Lowell deceased late of said Countyof nomination to the office of supervisorof Rev. W. B. Golden, Pastor girls to the interscholastic aquatic I'
. .
the name of .1. W. Thompson L7ni'saIk ; Onreola: ratlon-.uhJ..t to the expression meet to be held on Lake Virginia
... ceitlflciile Khali, .he redi tiled ncrordlrnr THESE ARK.: THEREFORE: To cite of the voters In that primary Mass and Holy Communion at ,
JOHN T. DAVIS to lu.... tux deed ". Ill Issue and admonish aH and singular the Kor sixteen year I have been chnlr- eight o'clock. Epistle I Corinthians, Rollins College, Saturday, Aprl 29.
theieon, on (li.. 22ml day of April. J\. kindred and creditors of said deceased. mall of the county school board-ana The swimmers have: already bogus
Manager I'. "*"*. to be and appear before this Court t>nor I amherewith thanking my many Gospel Mark XVI. Text"He: Is risen practice! and will be In shipshape by
j. .1, U OVKRSTUEKT, before the 2d day of May. A. I). 1D22 frit-lids. who had such belief In myability. ; He is not here." the time of the
Cl.-rk Circuit C',urt.. If nominated for the positionof meet.
and file If have o'clock.
No. I 14 Broadway KISSIMMEENEID'S objections. any they Sunday school at nine Miss
Osceola Count'. Florida. to the granting of Letters of Administration supervisor of registration of Oaceoln -
16-6t Dy B. H. lluHock. l>. C.U'l'I1C on said estate, otherwise the fountj- promise that my servicewill Frances Tress teacher.Congregational Notes
__ be just as thorough as In the position -
... same will be minted to said Lena singing. -
> OV P3ECIII'OSI EIIt r'N"LIJUlI'II" Lord or to some other fit orpenon I have ao long held. I shall appreciate -
person Professor D. B. Shaver and the superintendent
h. RC"': the support of my many
BATHSBest WITNESS as County rrltr1"W christian Chorea C. E. Yowell, have' been. _ _
my name
the ( oars e' ( ....y ...ct. *.. State .1 Judge of the County aforesaid this C. BAt! attending the Principals' and County.luoerintrndents' .

For Many Diseases II. KlorldB. o-..... ( .....y. the 4th day' of April. A. )). 1822 far. Cuperviser ef MearlBtratlos). Rev. J. G. Waggoner, Pastor Convention '. t. I''. 1
(Heal) T. L. COMER
In the Kutate: of Elliott R. Durr, 17-61 County Judge. 9:50 a. m.-Map Study. Gainesville this week. In the absenceof
DeceasedNOTICK I hereby announce myself a candidate -
Good baths with water direct from : I IS HRRKHY CilVISN.( to all for the office of supervisor of 10:00: a. .-The bible school meets Mr. Shaver the principal's duties _ _
medicinal well. Open Tuesdays, I whom It sissy concern that I on the 13thday refclntratlon of Osreola county subject Subject: "The Love of Joash for have been ably attended toby; Miss
of Mav. A. D. 1d22, 1 shall apply to the action of the democratic primary Leitner.
Thursdays Saturdays from 9:30: a. God 8 House. Great Lessons. Come
to the Honorable T. 1.. I'umer. Judge Your vote and support will be -
m. to 6:00: p. m. A short drive: .from .of said c'ourt. .. Judge i t !Probate'; for f ITHE CLASSIFIED COLUMN 1 1 appreciated. \ study with us. Well the day for the declamation'

Kisshnme Phone 304-3 rings. |' ni>' Sinai of dlacharite Klllott It. an Hurr e> .cutor drreaned of and theest0te I. C. W. ORJFFIN. 11:00: a. m.-Communion. and" a preliminary is here at last to the discomfort -
"The Resurrection.
that al the name tlitin I will present. FOR SALE FOil ('O" -MTV ('O"'IIIIeIllIONIoR! sermon on of most of us, especially; the
Orders for the water may be left I i my tluul accounts as K! .....tor of said \\ e are authorlxed to announce Ih.n""e 7:00 p. m.-Sermon. Subject: "The freshmen. But still you never 'can
at residence, 614 Patrick street. I eState and ask foi HioL approval. of R i;. P. OVKR8TRF.RT as a Holy Spirit."
j \Dated 2Sd. day. ..r Mah.\ A. l n. 1\122.\ 'I FOR SALI3-I'otato barrels In any candidate, for re-election to the office 7:30 --W.. tnecday. tell about the. Freshmen. They may
|, IIIKM IUIRII. ((1..rrellpo"cI'n'e In'Iearw'l'r. of ('uusty CommlsslotH-r from the First! : p. m. < Pmysr outshine the rest cf us after all and.
t'"AS. NEID Owner ; 16.8t Kxecutor I "II..It..d ( district subject to the action of the meeting. Subject: "DedlcatiQn of win the medal in the finals the first' ,
er. Manufacturing: ('ompany (l'l..a" :June primary If re-nominated and The Child to The Kingdom."
!; Irrult .oort. tmtr Florida.: 8.-1: 'wat..r. 'Iorltla. t7-tf, elected. he pledges the same dlllkence, be of June. .
..... I which has hi-retofare All members expected to present t
.._. .. Juillilel 1'' .. Oscvoia In his duties
-- 4 ....7. I. 4 .mrery.O FOR BALK-Two new Vlctrolas atImrto&lns. characterized his IncumbencyOITV and be hosts to cordially welcomeall France's exports of automobiles. la

"I'd"lb.m..1I )fte.% .. No 63. }(.' .. One worth S12ii goes at strangers\ and friends to all ..erv.Ice's. 1921 was 19 percent greater .than '11; ,
-- ; s- '.. Upplncott. ('.mplalnant va loti: the other, worth $150 goes at Foil (' ('0''""IIIM'O'lER
'. l I.IcIi. < .. :No.; HI I] Caroline Uiuce l/lppl icoll. Ucfendant '61i. Also one large library table.practically I I hc-rewltli, present my name as aeaeidiiate 1920. .
It appenrliiK' l by v'flda\lt appended \ new. well worth $21i. togo r.r nomination for the position -
( Hours *..3o"to 12:00.: 1,00 to 1 C> 00 I toh :bill II led I III the above-slated at the bargain price of tin Call of County Commissioner, from the Presbyterian Church -

....II".. that Caroline 111'ace Mpplncotl at The Kli-ctllc Hhop. Darllnicton FMixt IHstrlct. subject to the expres _
DR. B. L. WILKERSON I IDI II the defendant therein named. I* H nonresident avenue 17-tf .Ion of the voters at the democratic Rev. W. D. Dreseh, D. D., Pastor
I of the Mtate of Florida and l la Ia primary on Tuesday. June 6. I nm s
> FOR fI.LIAI SI no each Brown Leghorn and feel that I
: 'I""T i io.'r i-nt of Chlcitro. Illinois and native of this county
t'" -A. I liver the UK' of twenty-one yearN; It hens: fine layei O. K. KrltahsiFOR I fully.. understnnd all Its needs If 9:45 a, Sunday-school.
Office Over The Ri-xall Store I III therefore oiuei.. il that the said noesvi.sldent ... 18-tf I elected I promise my efforts towardsconducting 11:00 a. m.-Worship and sermon: 4q.
defendant be and olie l I... hereby the county affairs In a business "The Resurrection
required to appear to the bill or 8ALK Fresh cow: very cheep: : way-for I have no special Interests Storr"foltowed
oomplaJnt flied In Bald cause on or before hIS. Apply to P. IHckerson, 121 to serve-except the Interests by the Communion Service. "
Monday the lilt day of Max. A. Bra k street.. Kissimmee. IS-tfc of every man. woman, and child In 6:30 p. m-Junior Christian En
1'. 1P2Z otherwise I the allegations ofaald Osceola oountv I will appreciate the deavor. '
bill 1 will be taken aa confensud by FOR SALE. For lun Furnished .upport of the eels. ...,.a.
1 JESSIE D. KLEINMAN aald defendt&nt. Rooms and No Trespass Cards. 10 vot..n.r. E. 8HARPF 6:30 p. m.-Senior Christian Endeavor

{ .. It I. further ordered that this order cents each at The Gasette office. .

Copying Stenographic Work be published. once a. week foe Four 4 5-tI roll COI' TV COMMISSIOKBH! 7:30 p. m.-Easter Song Service. Ma k"e Your:
consecutive weeks In The Klsslmmee "'
Building1, Valley tJaselte, a newspaper. publishedIn FOR 8ALH--One set automobile chains, T :am a candidate: for re-election to "The Triumphant Cross" Town' 4
:J Phone 253.: State Bank : said County and Stalte, practically new; size. SixSHA bar- the office of County Commissioner! for 7:30 p. m.Wedneadaya Prayer beautiful
: This March 80th 1921. iraln. Isaac Hall.Ve.t Oak street. District No. *, subjectto the June service. 'more by proper pleating of
mtTnEF.T - Klsslmmef. X and" If elected I ornamentals. Gel advice from
.,.. L. OVJ<: Democratic Primary people
Clerk Circuit Court. promise to do my duty In the future who know' how
: landscape ex-
1 FOR 8ALE1 -Seventeen farm two First Charch .
KRIHBH A STEEl acre as I have In theCOITXTV past.L Baptist ,'v.
Solicitors for Complainant. 16-Et miles from town.close to brick lilnhWKV H WETHERBEF'. pens who have written a book call-

. ., : 42 bearing orange trees be. Rev. J. A. Sutton. D. D. Pastor. edthe TROPICAL"PLANTING ...
WE: MOVE THE :eARTH! IN nnrriT COIHT. imi JSDlII.fuIt.tyl.r sides plums and guavas: some tine FOR "O..MI""IONICR! BOOK. It.. a boon 10 sir who are' '
land 4-room house fine
5). FL.OHIOA. l\ "Nn strawberry ; '"'
FOR 081>:01." C4IINT1. IN C'II"N- fishing lodge; owned by nonresident I am a candidate; for nomination All are welcome to the following building Florida tovn and homes. '.
Or Anything On Top The Earth ('KH\ Price IIROD. Excellent strawberry for the position of county commissioner services at church-house on Sun. Write for It TODAY. I Its free' '. _ _
acreage close to town: In any from the fourth commissioner's district. day: .'
Mary B 8enrell. Complainant. VBBobert size tracts; on terms Oood subsoil . Oaceola .county subject to the REASONER'BROTHERS.. _
YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODSOr : R. Hewcll. Defendant.On drainage, and excellent. location decision of the democratic primary on 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. S. L. Royal Palm Nurs rlra
That Can B. Moved Monday. May 1st. 122. the de- Splendid 4V acre farm 7 blocks from Tuesday June 8, I have been a lesl- Lupfer Jr., superintendent. Classes "
Anything courthouse Rood house barn .....11f..ed and vicinity for Box 167 Oneco Florida .
t.ndannoh..rt E. Hewell la requiredto : ; dent of this county for all ages. Join the castor's claes.I ..
appear to the bill of complaint In : fruits: flowing well. All ten yeara. I am now serving the last ,
the above. styled cause. It la or- kinds of Florida Investments Slx- 'half of my first term as a memberof I 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by the pastor. \
Get our price having your, d.redhat this order be published for -rootn house for rentNelson Realty the school board I believe I know Theme : "Right-or Left-Handed .
hauling done. four consecutive weeks In The Klsslmtnee Compsny x the needs of Osceola county As a Talks."
whole and I believe, also that If elected .
dasette published ,
Valley a
rz newspaper %
In Oaceola o n Florida FOR SALE-Fine residence property. I can prove benefit to the boardas 7:00 p. m.-B. Y. P. U. live song USE SLOAN'S _
W. H. COMPANY liven under and seal this Apply at the office of The Valley a whole dat all the people In service. Dr. B. L. Wilkerson, pres TO:
JONESJTRANSFER 10th day of IA22 Gazette, Kissimmee S-tf the county. I will thank the voters dent.

44 PHONE 91-3 I J. L. OVKRSTREET. FOR B"LE-Two] boys'"' for an expression will appreciate of confidence a strong. In sup me 7:30 p. m.-Sermon by the pastor.
Clerk Circuit Court. suite. 4-year -and I :
., ..*.+* OrJnt ., 0..,..,. HmrJtlmr c. Circuit Court Heal) 16-6t old ante, velvet one dark blue, on. port. H. H. hULL Theme: "WUse or Foolish Bunders." -

....! dark screen, Russian style, white 7:30
: m. Wednesday Prayer
MOT1CM OF JIIA8'1'EH' SA1.K. collar and cuffs, detachable. Nearly FOR COl'MTY COMMISSIONER p. can't ,do best :irhed.
new Apply 101 Main street. 4tf meeting. your
DR. R. J. DENNING In the ("lr<,u'U-Ct;;;; of the Seventeenth At the requestof a number of the Free seats and a welcome to YOU 'backr and -ejTerjr. 'mueckt-,
Judicial Circuit of the State of FOR SALE-Wooden wa.blng'- votxra of the FlftH commissioners' district strangers as well as those who belong aches with fatigue '* .r ,
DENTIST Florida. In and for Usceola County. In chine; nearly new. .Apply SOI Main I have decldtd to become a candidate Apply Sloan's Liniment freely. 'srith.
Chancery: John F. House Complainant l street. 10-tf for County Commissioner from here. .. .
Over the Post fftce. versus 15 L. Lesley et al. Respondents this district' In the approaching; primary. A church of the bible\ and for the out nibba .' and enjoy a penetrative _
OFFICE HOURS t to1I:3O. 1.10: t. I : Notice l h. hereby given by FOR 8"LE-On. Bets ElectrIc Wall If elected I will use my best people. 'glow of warmth and comfort. > .
: the undersigned as Hperlal Master.heretofore I'late practically II."'. At a reasonable endeavor to promote the Interests of Good for
Residence Phone appointed In the. above price. Apply Valley Oa- Osceola county at all time.' Special music at both services. rheumatism. neuralgia'
174Office Phon. 151* cause, that pursuant to a final decree. sette. T-tf. O. C. MIT.LEH._ The pastor at Pine Castle being on sprains and strains, aches and pains. _ _

entered In this cause on the 1st day vacation will preach at the SeconlBaptist sciatica, sore muscles, stiff;,joints and .
of .......b. A. I.. 1H22. 1 shall offer. f..r WANTED. Foil MHMIIKH 1111001. II0Un the after effects of weather '
'! ..... . ..OO. ... sale and sell at public Outcry for cashIn -: church Sunday afternoon at exposure,
.0.. :
hand to the highest bidder\ at the ANTF.D-V"ur hlacksmllhlnRAuto I hereby ;iinnouncemyseif;; a candidate thtee o'clock: There will also be reg- For fortyyearspsln'. enemy. 'Ask' '
door of the Court House In KIsKlmmee for member of the School Board
front springs welded Horse-shoeing and ular services there each Thursday evening. your neighbor.'KtepSleatCt_rt4
M. TILLER Usceola Countx. Florida. 011iMondil for district No.2. subject to the actionof rAt .r _
}'. the ad day of April. A'al> wajcoii work; : (let. my prices aod I the democratic piimary, If nOIllI-' ., all druggists-35c, roe,'$..40..
?))0- 1122,, during the legal hours of ; Located on alley nated and elected I promise a faithfulof _ _
Real [state I the folloxxliiK. ': situate I from north of Christian church Entrance, t n..rf".man.. the duties of the of- Christ's Church
Et In osceola County. Florida \1.! liioadway and Main Ktrpi't ii' lice. : BRO"- Sloa".linirneni
\\Ivier.proprictor: 17-6tx
Tb nn.n.nnataanfleflflfl West-half of the Northwest qilisitetof ( Pentecostal ) '
the Northeast quarter, ( \V tt of : F'4111 IlK:J'ItI'sIC'rA1its! : Corner Brack and Oak Streets
," Realty Bought and sold.! N\V'4 of NKV .andVst half of FOR, RENT .
North half of Southwest quarter of At the solicitation of my friends I Waller Lorenz .
Houses. rented. Noitheast iiualter \V'V4 of NVi ofHWH Foil KENTRooms at reduced ral,,". have. decldid to become a candidate for ,
,i and Titles verified of NEW! ) ..fI Section Sixteen Apply ut 118 lleaumont avenuwsouth .nomination for the li-clslature to Irt? I Sunday; :School Superintendent. _
Taxes paid (16)). TownshIp" Twent>'-f1ve (25) South . 1'hone 806. IH-tf voted on In the democratic 1 primary, tobe
.i (for non-residents. > of Hangs Twentv-nlne / talninir Th1rt> (ISO( ) acres more fir !....... FOR RENT-Nicely furnished wilt> serve the people as I always have. rational lesson. Classes for all
1 Fire. Life and Accident In- Dated 1st day of March. 1912.Spiclul . Modern con\'enlences. Low rent Riving them the bst administrationitoxnlble. I ages.
I Z nA Bioi. summer W. H. Harris n"t'j I ; I'' H ACKKKKlsslmmee. I 11:00 a. m.-Divine worship. Special -

'q' surance. I MasterKRIHHS Florida AprilS., Idlit I bible teaching. 'siCONSTRUCTION
.f Indemnity Bonds. tk STEEl: FOR RENT-Quarters on the lower 7:30 m.-Divine worship. Praise
Counsel for Complainant 13t floor of the Illson building on Uurllnarton FOR H1CPltlCCiCT.TIiEAfter p.

, ... . II' ...0.. . .. .. I avenue. All ready for occupancy testimony. Inspirational Singing. ,
.... The sale In the above case Is postponed Bee J. M. Willson or l 1'1'' due consideration I have decided 7:30: p. m.-Thursday. Praise. Tes '
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
first In for State. _
until the Monday Mayi K. O C. Watson, VVataan-liall to make the race time timony.Preachlnar.,
the sum.being the first day of May.A. Manufacturing Company, Klsslmmee. legislature from the Countv of Osce COMPANY
.1'J' I>. 1822 at the above-stated place iz-rr ola, and I hereby announce my candidacy o Everybodr.cordially invited to all
; VANS AGNEW I during the same hours of .a I". and pledge myself to abide by .. 'Come. "Pray." "Be
A. "
Z. BASTS.' MISCELLANEOUSSECOND the result of the democratic primary. lieve." rwVw.ruwsffuw'.nr.e _
Special Master. to be held On Tuesday June <. ttll . I
i ATTORNIIIT.AT.LA'WorFlCES KRIBB8 "A STEED. I earnestly solicit the support of the -
Counsel for ComplainAnt 17-4t HAND OOODS boa..haold voters of Osceola county and If elected As clear ,as the purest water is PHONE 117 i
fl -- and repaired: The Casino. 44-tf will devote my time and talents. to Liquid Borozone, yet it is the most
l Winter Park. Florida IN CIRCUIT! rOlWT. SKVKNTKK1MTH: the best Interests of Florida and especially healing for flesh
1/1; Jimit'lAl' ClIK'tJIT' CrATE OK BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESA to Oaceola county and its citisens. powerful remedy Practical ,
.7' 4J FI.OHII, rOUNTV OF O! l'KOI.V: .1. ),{. WILLSON.FOR wounds sores, burns and slalds that
,,>> I IN CHA>4'KHV.r. URAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITTW. :- medical science has ever produced.
;c ...,.., '- are looking for live wideawakemen 'OUNTY ("OM..I..ONEn Try" it. Price 30c, SOc and '1.20. Contractors and BuildersStructures '
I ILLIPH. > handle
and to I trade
women rlty
; Complainant. > fur the genuine. 1 J. R. To the voters ;;t'hmale and female Sold by J. ,Z. Roberson. **
v. 1 1"-1." ..,... Watkins Products. E.tabr..hed. 11(8' of the Second Commissioner's. District .f ,
h: CITYMEATJARRET ISABEL, LILLIAN WAR- > nationally known and nationally I hereby announce myself for ra-ele _
INO. and 1%. I>. WARINO. ) vertised. Our proposition la superior I' lion .. county commissioners In this) of: All Kiwis ;.
), tiuahnnd. ELIZABETH district subject to the action of the .
her > from every anrle-we will be glad I THE: FORUM , '"
I 1 _ _
OONKUAN f F. ) to tell you why. Write today for I democratic primary of Tuesday, ;June ,
LAUHACH and PAhADI86 ) free sample and exclusive territory. S. During my term of service some '
ISLAND. COMPA-i First come first served. J. R. Watklna matters, have, perhaps not suited the> STONi-STEEL ,
\ NY.. a. corporations > Company Department TK, Mem entire people; It would be difficult to ," WOOD. BRICK. .,.
,j Defendants. ) phiL Tennessee.. 17.,,& please everyone: but the experience THIS MAN WANTS JUSTICE -
4i' NOTICiB or MASVTKR'S) SALE gained by past service should be STUCCO
; :Fresh',MeaJ and I I Notice la hereby .1".... that under LOST to me durIng a second term -.a.:11 Editor .of The Gazette:' --.........'
and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure promise. If ..-.leetecL to serve the peo Your- editorial on the "damfools" \.

: VegetablesPhone t \ Court and,of sale the,I::: ':..f.b: Judicial the I Circuit Clr. LOST-One horse colt two years old: than to*;all the for best their of my strong ability.[ supPort. I will 1 that:. get a chance to override the law PaiatuK, :Tiatiic; ; Paper- aa *.* ,.

cult of Florida In and for Osceola good shape and well-kept; black .I, M_ HANSEL and set.Aside our laws, and .create Eyryt11glathi BailtIia UM ___
r. akin; sunburned. John Oottschllns, : _
- County, In Chane..r'L,11cau.e .there,50 for 14'w and
disrespect justice please '
,r pendingwherein P. Phillips la coma I R, Jr. -p; >, AuburndaJeFlorlda.*..." <Arde"snow.IJ; '" . ,
44" 'plain ant and Isabel Ulllan WarlnK . :: J J li-Ztx .'Apply' lm to me. ,lam glad that we have-ama. '
: '. : and R. D.Warlnir.. her' hvaband.Rllaatxtb ' joints that: ache.' /It'relieye. bone to'speak out .against such farces. If N.F'BASS. .iACc'56A3s322R.yal.Ste !
r\4 -- -- :_ -- ... -........- < .-I>.e-an. and P. F. Laubach and. : "....::'. oJ ,'STOLEN.Itl ,I. ache. muscle ache sod neuralgic pain. law is not justice we have-'no us* forta1farce. SS1SPr..h1AV. '.5'

'P..dl."IIIIIond Company.. a. corpora.tIwi Three"sizes 30.-'6Oe. and $L20 ,
perbottle. .
are defendants. will offer for PARTY PICKING UP a, purple silk ; " .. .
\ -
i :S b.cM foti. Ut. 'VaUi... ,Gaa.tts. ,'...*-....d ,will ...11 to,'the hIghest','and. .umbrella"with amber Up. handle, and .: 'Sold by J.',X. Roberson ;;i.YOUt. .unknown :friend, IIENBY.: ._. .._. :

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r .O'.O''O'.... O.'t. O..O. .OO ..OO. 44oeosCRATES I.SESSION OF THE- -WOMAN'S,'CLU'S.. 0 040044044' 0000004404. 4o . ...,.."",

The civic department' the Worn. WEATHER REPORT .

? art's Club*gave a very pleasant,social .
0 Official Bulletin of dally tern' 4 .
at the dock Tuesday evening, when ''
perature and precipitations fur4
there was a good attendance. Mesdames nlshed by the Kfssimmee Cooperative 0 Easter

HAMPERS "" : Duncan and Ingram, in charge 0 U. S. Weather bureau 4

I of the program announced a Treading *I Station, for the' week ending.0

by ,MillS ''Elinor :'Qverstreet, who, in o Thursday,. April 18, 1922:'' ..

; BARRELSCement her usual way, mado it -very enter *. Friday, .7.___w-.... 88 62 ,:07.
Little '
iR I and Jessie" Way JacquenetleAultnlan GrIffin rendered a'' 4 Saturday 8 ___... 89 66 4

Coated Nail. .. ;.solo: "Tuck M. to. Sleep' In My Old 4 Sunday, 9........ 90 68 4

Tomato Kentucky Home," which was 'much *. Monday, 10_____,_ 91 70- 4 Sale-
a WrapsEgrplnt enjoyed. Then the newly-sppointed Tuesday, 11 ______ 91 68 0

Wraps chairman of this department, 'Mrn. 4 Wednesday, 12..__ 91 70 4 :

l' Material Delle Hornaby, was introduced, and J.j Headings are made at 6:00 1). 4
Fertilizer in a delightfully ,pleasing ,vay expressed 'I. m. for the preceding twenty-four 4
# Bluestone her pleasure at the appointment ,4 hours. 4 ti

.. . and asked for co-operatlon.Mrs ,'* .ALLISON..T..ERENCJL. .. .
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S. B.: Aultman and Mrs.: L: H.,_*_ Co-operative .Observer. 4dj . .
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WRITE:; PHQNETJITWIRECHASE 1'ij"gl'iifiWifilil5Potnt A3Healafisecond 4k .
vice-chairmen, respectively, 4444444444 4lr44441r44 WE ARE HAVING ONE OF
and Mrs. J. Z. Roberson and Mrs. -.--.
& CO. Paul Stanley were retained! as treasurer -, MAIUII ri4AI IIKPOIIT
and secretary respectively. A j! HKUMII\U' ('QT\TY'!, FUNIs' THE BIGGEST SALES EVER

k beautifully decorated, parasol IUSpended
SANFORD, FLORIDAThe } The report below show the expendlluns ,
: from the ceiling, the handiwork or the county for March '
;e of Mrs. J. M. Duncan, received Tim tax collector' reportshowodthe' HAVE YOU VISITED THE EASTER SALE AT THE e
fc.llowliiK amount collected, llcensi
Colnlet Stock of Growers Supplies silver Delicious
Largest ; offering. refreshments ((1J.60.: pull lax $1"U.'ountv .
of wafers land punch were < depository reports! showed DOLLAR LIMIT STORE YEn IF YOU HAVEN'T
'y in Florida f. served by the hostesses, Mesdames lht rolluwing' balances In various ,

wl ; Overstreet, Brinson and Homsby, Hi-venue fund: .__._.______, ._ ____112X7.(IEUoHd YOU HAVE MISSED, SOMETHING !fit
664- . 66. . . . . . . . OOOO oot O O Ot+tOOO OOOOOOO with Miss Marion Hornsby at the _______.___.___-__.____ 4035.anKlne "
._ -. -- - -- bowl, and a delightful social I and forfeiture ____ ____ 789.7C
punch ______ __ _.
Tick fiadloatloti fIU.1M
COUNTY HOME FARM NOW- -1 i at the garage of J. M. Hansell. It will hour was enjoyed. A neat sum was )Kalr ___.__ _.n___0__ -9M19.9YHpeclal -- ,
now be possible for stockmen to see received. publicity .____n__-- 14.28
'.. PRODUCING GOOD STUFF cure these cans at a lower rate than'' The Fine Arts department will I I'liltl f I 0111*'ni UlO'rants various wore funds ordered UH follouBUettnue cancellMl .. Only 7 More Days, Better Hurry!

In spite--of' the'fact of tho (jreal\ before as they are being sold at $6.75( meet at the Chapter House next _.. . ___ n._ IIH284
can-and no cans will be broken. Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. It 1.1.( l . 2\1r.6.116\"
lack of:moisture there have been I Home per -- --- is hoped there will be a good: attend- I 1-1"" arid fulfelture.__ _. '__ 76G.19
"1 Spot< lal |.uhll'I\) / )' __ _. _. I no.onThi
I splendid peppers' and potatoes produced KISSIMMEE BAPTISTS ance. : fulloulni, ; 1.I1U. wer., examined,. JUST A FEW SPECIALSPlenty
r upon the property of the coun- j I VISIT WINTER HAVEN "|1'1..1| and ordered paid:
I NEWS OF MOTHER'S DEATH I I.; I. I H ( IV1'''ll'> i I. iiiininlBr _f I 5 (uo
ty home. The ntatter was ente! (-d in- I .1 I M I Hanitell lolitiiiiHBloiiei, 4'Mi'
to much as an experiment-uiul the Rev. W. 11. ]Drench and Rev David Barnes G. Smith of the Oscto'a'! I I II 11'elhet'ber. cunlmtasiotler6,60

st results more than justified the assertions Lander were in attendance at the re-- | ("cunty hank, received a wire a few \\\' K,q: lta'''..''B'I..I1.'d.(".HiimlvsUHiet fommlxMluni' __ r._ 14 fi.0(1'mI ( of that Chambry left, for, per yard-------- $J> .1 0

k made by Commissioner Wi-th- rnt meeting( of the Presbytery which hours ago announcing the death of .J I I- < >M"i cleik.- _ 11 you'
t1 erbee and Commissioner! IIlInl Samples shown indicate that with Presbyterian Woman's Missionary w''s home in Gc-orpia. M'-i. I'ledKi'r. pins nltonift' :1\.33:(: '
I Sycamore, 7 I l I. Comer county" juila1 _ Zi.01I.
proper management there can be represented at the same place by Mrs. Smith left Kisaimmce n Week ago: to I I. I I. I I.'enne r. <..ire of jail 125'' Remember : We are selling Tissue Ginghams for $ .39
. found a large portion of the placer W. B. Mill,ins'jn, :Mr<. :Mn v H Turter return home and was in health at that J 1 II: liana. janitor) __ .- t>.fi..(.HI.
which will, later on, help make the Mrs W. 11. ))reach Mrs I'. A. 'I.> .II\ f.jfK U Hi.n peeper iniintv county n H< HI.home. H.ll 600(1 IHl .

place self-supporting. Nave, Mrs. A. M. Mo: ly Mrs. J. ,..1........... RECEIVED THIS WEEK:
Phipps, and Mrs. C. Clyatt. j X M I. (,hltll(''') . __ _ 15 01]
; DIP HAS ARRIVED { time.StdfeNew I r; II Kt non .._ __ _ 15 oil Big Shipment of Easter Hats for Ladies _
--. According to the Bureau of Public L'Ihla .hum.Axo n _ - 111 liP .
( "a".k I sl _.__ _._ __ .
enor jo onMm '
The of of trucks
rattle Roads 40
fifty five-gallon cans ) percent nil covering I II llllaniH .. u ]0.IM'' -to
.. dip ordered by the county agent I) the highways' are- 1-ton capacityor M I. Htunlr)' . . ._ 111.1111( '

F) ,upon the authoritv of the county commissioners less, :83 percent from one and two I .eYt1+ .- Tod I IVt 'TMun ... ._.___ .___ s.(KMlH Men'- Hard Straw Hats __ __ __ _- -' __ _.. ____ _ $1.69
I :M ItlOIIHIUI fi 01iimiul ( .
,' have arrived and may be ,I tons und the balance] heavier capacities. \ :.1, I MoiitHtlota .- _-_ A.(M'
,Obtained either from Leo II. Wilson. or Eustis is proud of the fact that 1.a"l, I land n._._ n __ 61111( ..
'yV, -T- work has .commenced upon the construction \li' II l<; Smith fi.ill

--- -- ---- I of a four-story building cov .\II.H I . rn.i;I'l.( .tin tins.inn . .__________________ 15111.lam 6.011" I 36-inch Unbleached Muslin yard------- .__ _ _ _ !$ .Uj 7
onnjr one'entire block. There are to Mix I II iilknlKlit, 2i 01l
one-e1 1 e ten large stores on the ground floorin 3111'l II 11 Iluy-------------- 10..(.HIt
cigarettes addition to the .
great lobby-and '
there will be about. .one hundred and "if Iti.liliiHoii. 1I.II..ou.., court Ilbrar3 2fi ,tn," White Silk .Hose. for----------------- _ __.__ _ _ t 'i 5 P
\\' I Hi.i'Lot', nimnilHliloiiH _ 2477; 'We few of the'e. "
managed ) T
( to
a more
for get
fifty the floors
Three + rooms patrons on \\' i r: llaiiNell.. nun. and oil 24 63
I Friendly / >ove. U' II )lInk"'''0''. mippllvs _ 12.3
J GentlemenTURKISH I 'iHi.nln Maiduure 1'" Huppll 27.H"
I \Tencatloadsjf vlle.ahl: l .Ie I leaving ("'""".h, 1I"I'"are C.f. Huppll.H, \ I.5i,.
1 I Wauchula ;' 'Ivl.I phoiit lint. Marcli A April 21 01 Army Officers' Shoes . $4.69 .i.
da'v.V'th! : rain a'np' I I'limn i, nt.( rinini)' .mint_ _ 81,11' -- - - ----- -- -- -- - - -
merits would bt twice as heavy next 11'..uu,,,.r A: Suuxir. "nupplt. 8 4'I !.
VIRGINIA week. Field-parked; cucumbers sold on I.I X7S 6lI >>
I: s lU'\il. mule (feed 25.'i"r '

HURLEY I II II I,! the streets at $3.75 yesterday for fancv and and the$2.75-lay before' for li M.K I lillfllk Iuen'. .tanpailpetM Nark' tin home 45oi H.211 Solid Leather Work Shoes for" Men_________________ $1.79

choice. 11,1'1 nod Uuht I'l.Ml 152'.
Beans are selling for $2.76.
I I .\Ili. 1t H""... \\',,,'k (in hum._ 13.2*
snruash. $3. Irish potatoes $2 and $3 T ICoin.. r. luxaully canMmv,
and strawberries, 22 cents. I'lillllim) __ __ __. __ n.._ 2011T Receded This Week: Big lot of Ladies' Sport Oxfords $298
tr I. C.MIIOI, )nannly tam C
black and white. in Easter Sale-- 1
'CAUGHT NEGRO CULPRIT lila, kei __ 2 'itT ', go
TIIW M nl\( tin. In.inn; ) c.mi MairtiilllpH '\ ,
II M. Hlr... InR.inlty fam C

II I Sheriff L. R. Farmer pn Tuesday arrested -! Mai.lty..hlr"| ,,l(fi,. ... Inminlty. cane i 2.(MiK White Strap Pumps _________ _________ ___ ... _ ._ _. $1.89

P.* I a negro wanted at Miami for Marv' I'lillllpH" __ _ _ __ 2.woK
shooting white at the of I'I'eilivuhlre Jimanlty case C
0rFIFfEENrl' a man plant _ ___ .__ .
f Marker h 2 00 .;
the Pennsylvania Sugar Refinery near J II Chunn examination body Recei This Week : Shipment of Children's Silk Socks: tf CQ

that city. The negro was at work for MI.H Iiipl.- __ 1000 pain, white and pink. Pair---------------------'Y- *"
' In; anew; package that fits the pocket I the Candler Lumber Company when National R II Mlnlck. Map. nadleine--Co..,, map of state__ 5.110 160 I' .

that apprehended, and said I his name was Kt Cloud -Trlbune, legal ada____ C7.21 .
i-;* \Atfa price fits the pocket-book Earmer Hopkins. The sheriff brought 8t Cloud Tribune, iiupplle.___.. 68.HUK i .:

; k The,same unmatched blend of him to this city and then notified the\ ''A SUBIIII Kennel; innlntfnanre.IV.Od. '' Big; lot ?f Children's; Black Straw; Hat.."__-_lJ: _, -" $. 75
Mm ( fieer'I"" .AI T" Dan
; TURKISH VIRGINIA and BvRLEYTobaccos Miami authorities of the .,capture.'land ; i Ill-own 6r.u5-wJg\ . ?.,____ 10.00 ; ,

r e before midnight there' was an offificer 'Valley; ,.. 11.60 .. . 't\, ,
wurkl----_' .
in Kissimmee ready to take Hop. 1'1V.' Krlerson. yard ; 8 OO
( -s kins back to -the scene of the trouble. <,work---------1 ( :: i .
....a: ; *111 PI 'I'H Avtg. Remember the Place
'V 1..w tMMsef WftlkiT. I>:vans. & 4oirwell, record .
Mrs. O. L. Buckmaster, of Saint books __ _ .. __ f 00.OOImlton
.. Cloud was a business visitor in Kis-. .VtldlnK M.lililni. Co 2t..6
- -- 1'Inher., ._ .
--- Klllolt ('o. rtupplletf 23 80
simmee on Tuesday.Announcements Jo'r'd.h'k l l'I"I..r"\H1I1. ('0., Hup 1750
Po.ultry Allan, Mill, paper yips _ _ 16.HI Big Easter Sale
Bc.t Fertilizer Insecticides Sprayer Supplie. I appear in this issue Road \\ork
I Upncat' Goods Fair Prices Prompt Shipment 1 from C. S. Acree for repres,>nta- (1V .\ hlo". road, farcutun100.00

"" Ask( Your NelRhbor-He Knows I tive from Osceola. county; J. M. Will-i J 1 C i; llr-.iin JohiiKton' Co!: ", Burvi-jliiK suppllex--------: ;: ; : - 10640I" 11602:

? El: son for the same position; and from Jim .CleinentB. work _ 52.00
.. 0.. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., ,Jacluonrille, Florida W. W. Ivey for the position of 1 low i'11 Bass work _-_ ._ ____. 52.OOlOrniHt
? f i Get NEW: March 1922 Price Lists before Now county -'' Ulelin. ,'...m"ook_ __.___ 60.00
1 buying. furnishing"SIMON I commissioner from the third dis lloni.i 1 I'uitln weak _. .n__ 66.OO DOLLAR 1
: PURE and "GEM BRANDS" 1 trict. Also] from J. M. Hanscll' for ;; T C JohtiBiin. tlnlt for euiiip-' ___ 200 LIMIT STORE t
# .- ,commissioner from the second dis PhlllfpB Itroi.. coral fur camp 35-43
..... I II \\ other!bee. Innpectlon '_ __ 7.00
af t trict. I II Hlenihix and Sun, MUipllf,___ 1121IM .
'_.-___ .-,. _-__ ---"----: -- .._---- -_--,-- ,I hey l work _. .n . .. _.... 29.CSW
.u __.
K lianiwll Rae and oil 126II
111111111111111111111I1111111111I1111111111111111111111111 I. HullKan. work--------- 280 G. W. PERSONS COMPANY -
11111I11I11111111I1111111I1111I111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111111111111LS ( <11 \\' Anhton. release fce------ 8.00
I fl( AV AKhton. paid o W Brown 10.00J
A Minnlck work_______.___ 600 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
W It.Maklnnon. Huppllci.__ 2264 I
= i Will tamer, work --__ -: : __ 6500wtn J
= > anler, work _ ____ 6750!
== (:l VV Brown work --___._______ 4200ludice
== _._ k
u ( _.
(C'omer Jr. work____ _-i.1200 -- ----- ---- '- '- --- - --

== -= Taylor !:y.ter Mupplies __ _. 2366B I. H Farmer Johnson rane 1'4 -- -- : It; II OverBtreel limpectlon d.00 1 Ii Hrli.eon, nervlvi-n In lull 1400 '\\ FJ Iltnsell. gas and oil. __ 17.06 ,"
-. Taylor Hy.ten>. mule feed ,-- -_ 22223 court 7313 n <
d -- : :. 1100 1.1t Harmer: coala( Valley O"'U". rffurc1 book 1)1.00I ) ;;
A K HUMS Inspection.
L K Fanner. Nettles' ease. A RO i '. It Farmer. routs IIlarrh lerln. 874 35 ,.
: I upfer[ & I't'atlier, air KiiaKf-. 1.25 L Farmer: 0.2Ti ,
'11 = I = : K 35Hreola K Insanity rnae j p II.ov..t, costs 1IIao''h term lfio 1&
ONe ola 'Hardware Co. RiipplleH
I. H Farmer fond of 161 85 I .
Bank With > Hardware <*u., BUpplleB.. 11\.*>0iscenla pilH.ineia_ 1"01.1.| Bunk witness I.ay'ol67,10 '
fpea 2011 HO))
= : Milton PIcdKer I i I'': I. Knl". expeuae Nord .lay t
( Hardware Co, supplies 125 ,
-= : "Big. Protection = .H II Story woik ___ .__ _ 3000 It Q Minlck medlulno barbecue 74.I '
-' 1
the N KMx' 1'101'' '.. BUpplleB h 9.001v'
Maklnaun.)\ nuppllea. __ 3.70 .
: It J. Kvona, work_ ___ ___.__ __- 4500
2: Ability For Little Money"a:: J li Chunn, esmp--- ,._. 10 oo \
I I'lOpl.B '.. n'kl.ILII' -: _: 800(14t MORE GOOD PUBLICITY.i iMElD'S
.S=; .. ==_-= = Cloud Tribune aupptlrB 12.SO
and mules, etc_ 4t 60
J I- Irlffln. HhoelnK
." == (nreola Harduar Co. frelKht1U04>> !) FOR
Do you know we are equipped to safeguard your valuable F.I II Havens, Inspector _ ,____ 660
i == Willingness Bonds. Notes Insurance and Pension Ii n llnncotk. Inspector 560
papery-- papers as u
_ _
S 00 i
,- well as jewelry, silverware and other treasured articles? = J II A A Minnlck I'.ltten ,Inspector Inspector, _ __ 300kVetitern MINERAL WELL V
r to Serve = Union Tel Co.------ 1.92
Flu .. r ,= When We say "Big Protection for Little Money"we mean = T T. ('"met, Judge Juv court ---_ 1250 .
.1 I. llronnon. speed 10000finest
E::: a box in our Safety Deposit Vault which rents by the year -- J Hhlrer. frame warden___ 6000lesse

DEPOSITS( INSURED( as low as $2.00. II Klainman'Costs court6.4)1, .oo) (
Whltefleld. costs court. 6
n T
_ H fj Holland. actlnff Judge _____ 704 THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT I HAVE BEEN A GREAT SUF'J.
= Even a person who has only a few valuable papers needs = o H Young work on jall- 1.60 FERER FROM RHEUMATISM FOR MORE THAN A YEAR. COM-

'a ::::I. this protection. We'll gladly explain this service if you == POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ING TO KISSIMMEE FOR THE SEASON I LEARNED OF, THE 1

a. =; i .5 will give us an opportunity.. = CURES THAT HAD BEEN MADE BY THE USE OF THE WATER
===:. . == FtlH C'Ol'NT1i' OMMIHBIOMKH!' ;
=' I herewith present my name a* a
I == candidate for nomination for the position RELIEF AT THAT POINT. AFTER TAKING FIVE BATHS FROM ;)
== ... NOTE: During the summer we close at noon Thursdays == of county commissioner In District
a = = No.3. subject (o the action of the THAT WONDERFUL WELL I FEEL PRACTICALLY WELL AND :

,'".: =-= beginning April 13. s- :democratic Tuesday June primary*. f hive to ones be held before on AM FREE FROM ALL PAIN I MOST CHEERFULLY RECOMt# ,

., = = held this position and believemy ,>
-= work was satisfactory: and I promise MEND THIS WATER TO ANYONE SUFFERING FROM RHEUMATISM -
.r It elected to give' the best In .me for IN ANY FORM. > "

\ the public CORN good.! ('OWPMAS,or. 'W.. SIII.I.KT 1VBY.HKRII (SIGNED M. )H. BRINKERHOFF. ;.

; ; Osoe.ola Co nilAHM SEMI SOHUIIITM.-For 1m.
of ii iiI ".- I
B. nk pty m*>dlt'Veiretnble.. .shipment.' Rends.All 'seasonableField Write for WASHINGTON D. C '

: Price and List Instructive and Catalogue.catalogue Our Is beautiful free THE ABOVE TESTIMONIAL WAS GIVEN WITHOUT 'SOLI' '

: and wives valuable'. Information on CITATION BY MR. BRINKERHOFF. WHO WAS WILLING, TO1;, '
farmtnw and ir r<1"rlnt for Florida and 4
": "I Ihi" the Boutb. Writ. to us today for MAKE AFFIDAVIT TO THE,TRUTH OF* '< HIS,*; STATEMENTS:
Hours,, 9 A. A!. to '3 P. M. special prices on '''your) seed require '
I ments. Our complete stock will .n- THOSE'WHO MAY BE SUFFERING ANY ONE, OF MANY -

".. ... =1 1I I able us to supply you to advantav., In. COMPLAINTS 'SHOUlD GET IN.ITOUOI-.WmJl.J J' Vf'
4. .", x .. -- -.. .' .---S -'''-' '' ''t c' - -- =:::'price' and quality. ,., -.a

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"0\.1\ / -- of" ",:' : = : f fi 'Ae' MARTIN' SEf ID CO.old..t CHARLES
.. . .. =I ; .NEID'Qumer; f.KISSIMMEE.

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