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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: December 8, 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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Volume ID: VID01093
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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--:-. Heard Advantages of System _

[City Council Passes 'Motor Regular Twice-a-Week Con.. -' -- Has His Credentials Says Commisslon-Manager

,And'Cattle ;Ordinances" :i. certs Will Continue as City, Manager,,; ,NatioA-Wide. ; Reputation,:and ,Mayor-. From Secretary But. System Is. Huge Success,- .. *1. _

Makes rbMarket.Aomotthita ,Lasts Phillips, Got Vote, In Benton Harbor: "
C J long as_Money, Commissioner/ Bartow; Convince Large' Au.' _

and '..r.tor.t Kissimmee Is not going to"be without dience of Value: of. Commission- 'The 'regular December meeting' of )";.. B. *1" Ealtm.n,. Benton ilar;.,. Wn
[other motor vehicles wiU sport m Kls its band concerts this winter after '- Maliag rship, ,. the board of county commissionerslast bor, Michigan was the guest and also
[simmea, ,registration tag ***** year alL; 'While insufficient money. has a. ... Monday found. those gentlemenwith the speaker at 'Thursday's t luncheon
( along with the beautiful state license been raised to last, throughout' the I .* a problem on ,their hands. It meeting ?'' %Chamber |of IJom1
', That more than three hundred cities men become< commissioners''aswere. the mci-ce. She ,
L plates according: to' an- ordinance season there has been enough contributed was day for approval of the 1C..immee visiting
'unanimously, passed Tuesday night to make start. The county com I {In the United States are -operehgI !councilman.' It is not a reflection on bonds of the officers elected a month Mrs. A., 'Morrlaon,. and being a pro. ...
f at-the..replar-December' meetlnef mlsaloller.-yoted $250 to the band out! I under the commission-manager Xorra .them.,, it, U. simplya.laek-of .system ago', :.Along."wlthotherlpresentlnlf minent dab ,woman In the northern,,
( the city counciL, -The new' ordinance of the publicity fund and the city will !of city government and.that not OHO 'whith causes cities to fail of the rapId -. bond 'for. approval came John II.Baisden tity' where the'commissionmanagerofficials
: provides that within five days after contribute $500. A f.w"mor. pri t has ever gone back to the old eounc -. (progress' under the old form which <.%with hisbond properly prepared Iy..temof Ity, l'Oyemmerit itdn uses:
receipt of the state license plate:the vat ,individuals and business con manic form was one of the convincing; f cosnes under the new,' .W.hat.'ey..:. and:,with his notification ,of /the ToYaYchambeV invited,
> (ar shall be registered *with the city cerns hay donated to the cause roccgnizing facts brought out last night the big everybody'a business is nobody's busii elertionx, as ,county commissioner her to,address them. ,,
i clerk, .together with,identifying ,numVbers. the value as' an advertisement open air meeting at the band .t 1Id. tn....Duplications coma In-depart- signed:,by the secretary: of'.tate.' Inasmuch Mrs. .Eastman. like the other Benton -'.
Cars bearing licenses from which the band.will bring tojthe.. The speaker was 1. W Greer.L. riS'gnt iietLbuying.there'anoquestion of the county commiaslon.rl Harbor.folks in Kissimmee; wd
'other states or from. the District of city. ,. Mty 7 a AgFM'13.rLow, calleilther. Tiepcsty Involved' it'' .simply a ', lack. were of the opinion that R. V. PhiU most everybody else who has lived in _ _
Columbia must be registered after Owing to the delay "in securing the from-Tallahassee, where he had | of system. lip-had'-been chosen by the' b.lloted a city-manager town; Is, enthusiastic
I the tame manner within fire days afj money it was thought that a baritone served In the seine capacity for'thre, I- 'Themanager' "system now being'adopWtl \"ox"popuU"t.he-altllation left'them in IruJier praise of the system for city r _
j ter' arrival in the city. At' time of player which the director of the band years. He had come to Tallahasseefrom ; by. most progressive cities' somewhat of ,a ''quandary.--'order givernment which nearly all the pro..
''registration a pLAte will be provided: had in readiness was lost. Yesterday Texas where he had been".eity; Jn Florida is one'of:efficiency and For the'new, commissioner whoever gresive cities of Florida have adopt. v
[which must be conspicuously attach- brought the glad tidings that this important' manager'for a pumber of.cities; For:;,,promptness,' Mr..' Crier explained.' he may be-to assume his seat at the ed, and which'' the forwal'll-l klnK cit-
i ed. to--the vehIcle Cheer" up; there piece' would be filled Bert thirty years M has been In "public.. stead of having to transact business January meeting, it will be necessary' bens in Kislmmee are anxious to sea
isn't any 'registration feelThe Ainsworth who is said to play..... tha utilities work. generally, the he act'And with five or six councilmen you 'go>> for it he present commissioners to' approve accepted at the charter election next,
\ -he knows what he is talking1:r direct to the WCfclt ,
', ordinance' which was baritone second to none arrived, and manager-of the concern his bond this month some time. )"
cattle' the month will become 'a permanent fixture ofi about. v,1 transact your business tell you trou Mr. Baisden stated his position' as She'told of' the ."lIItterln h.,.; *
-pa..eeI to 'second reading Mr.: Greer and R. Bl: Huffaker' blest and get action. Economy is' one : home city had undergone in tie
I before, given its third reading, the local band. being that .he was elected in his district matter -' _ _
was This increase- Sunday afternoon at four o'clocl4will ) m r-commil.ioner of Bartow. spokefromthe of the bigpoints for this system and as county commissioner (from of lack of improvements and ring
and adopted'Tuesday. band stand efficiency is its watchword. It is nota rule, and then the wonderful
fee for cattle running be the first: regular concert. They. that district and i. therefore the' next progress
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/ erf the poundage 300 at the Invitation one-man 'government. Its made in the since the ':
will continue"-thereafter every Sunday tn8e."than people success incumbent. This he believed was according year city man..
F 1oose *IthithitT11mksandpiuvides of the committee cornea from co-ooeration and co-ordi. ager..system had'been In '
the in case the afternoon .and every Thursday night.. ; charter publicity -, to the custom in other coun. vocue. Anel. _
for fining owner
!be impounded the fine The program for Sunday follows: of the (ocal Chamber of Com, nation. It is the highest type of gov> ties. Mr. Phillips had net a"yet received whereas the guide books used to say
i animal, cannot to the amount March Battle of the Winds-Duble. : meroe. They made it plain that they ernment. his apointment and consideredthe 'avoid the streets of Benton Harbor"
to be of a value equal Overture Alda-McCaughy. 'i were not here to tell Kissimmee whatto Tbe city manager. explained the affair clerical the they have now completed more than
been on
of' poundage which would have south do, but in to the commit! speaker Is not the executive he is the a error part three miles of paved streets and :
Fox Trot. Georgia (a sunny response are;
animal i of someone at the :statehouse. The .
collected had. the trespassing administrator The : proud of their I _
ern-foe--trot-Donaldson. tee's invitation HfcteU .just what they commissioners ,developments;
I official tabulation showed that in-the
r been' \incarcerated.' 'Overture. Grand National Medley- ,,had seen accomplI lted 1under the city elected by the people determine' the general election he received 727 voteSto5Mr.iBa1sdcn's The charter under which: her city'
,''Th problem of loose cattle has become policies and dictate them. operates Is similar
Loney. I manager system. Mv,' Gteer. told of The city 452. Mr Phillips to the one that-U :It-,
a serious ones particularly in w.ltuii. Desdeiinona-King; Wabash conditions in TallahasseeJiere! he manager carries out these policies, stated-'thaf had been proposed for Kisaimmee.;anct a row : _
r north Kisslmmee. where growers "Blues-.-Meinken. has been manager for-.tbrws.years, efficieintly and economically.'the same of' error J. commissioner Is elected each year.
eve had beir gardens ruin.. Overture Poet ,land Peasant-Sup- prior to last-week when'.he. 'weqt"t This system of government, like who had received case the notice A. Bronson of election The recent election resulted in an
ed. and where 'in recent days, cattle pe. Bartow. '. 'j t I most governments originated in thrsouth overwhelming vote for re-election of
have shown an inclination to participate .,. The first trial in Vir- from Tallahassee instead of J. the commissioner whose term had *
March. Sixteenth Regiment-Rosenkran When the' new systemwent'l tcti11,., was 3. Lanier, but that Mr. Bronson had ex-
in the strawberry campaign. 3. *. feet in TaVanassee. hu,aid, the.(-ginla- in 1918. Since then more than plied,. which. said Mrs. Eastmanewst
turned the notification to Mr.
T. Phillips presented a legitimate objection Finale, Star Spangled Banner .monthly deficit was $1,500 and the 800 cities have been chartered under acommissionmanager Lanier. over A wire to Tallahassee received ; indicative of the regard which the city' _
to the cattle nuisance since and i !bad for the modern .system.- ; _
government :
the end of the '
Key. city was bankrupt. By
; to the- time the -
they had the strawberry patch of 1 J. D. WOODBECK Director. [:fist ninth without changing a fin*not $ single one has 'returned to the no response op and In'elolln.11"- Eaitman'IBid; ""t i.. _ _
1 comissioners
adjourned, on account
ruin trod where he is contributing to :I ,tgle employee, the city. made *tf 'old-t me methods. am 'sure if the citizens of Kissim,
Klsslmmee's famous crop. When A. SAM L. LUPFER Jr.. ;earnings of $900 instead of $1500'gro Mi* Huffaker told the story of Bar. of the necessity for a special mee who'' have thcommon Interests"'
'. 8.' Gilbert president of the council ,' 'deficit. Before the end of the tow' experience which paralleled I meeting agnin: this month to approve of the city at heart adopt the commls- , _ _
called for such business as ..citizens NEWJMASONIC HEAD earnings as high as $5000 year per that; |of Tallahassee and, the other i i'cities 1 the bonds for depositories for county fcion-manager form of city government .
had to suggest. Mr.. Dow of Vine gross fnonth had been made. The first ]\ which have adopted the efficient funds. the approval of all bonds was ,'they will be like we are in Beitr-
"I'm here Annuul'Election of Officer Held Last year fcrred until the special meeting ton Harbor
form and
street responded the tax ntillage had been reduced from of city administration. ; will,never regret the >
relateH of the tribulations W. M. Third of I Wheii December 15. Chang/* .
Monday Sew
again. He more : 16 to 13, and In' three It .. Bartow decided to have the com. :
he' had undergone and told I Family to...Obtain I Honor I,IOWFTM to 10. the lowest years tax mUlage wa mission-manager form of city administration A committee consisting of W, J. *Ir. and Mrs. C. D..Cole;'ot Benton _
of having been visited by 26 head of : in Florida until this when Bar- he said the charter wot) Steed. H. Stanley A. Harbor and Kissimmee are also entbu -' '
somebody else's cattle since the last The youngest Worshipful Master in (I tow.under 'commission-manager year form l.y only 19' votes. A few days ago I Rosen addressed the commissioners ia tlc booster for the. proposed?
meeting of th council he addressed.The I the hi tory'of Orange Blossom Lodge. of 1U mill.. ,after'a year's operation'of the char- in regard to securing from that body amendments being among the' almost
city fathers had inaugurated ad. Number 80, was elected by the local city In Taliahassee I I wr, a., commissioner was to be elected I a donation from the publicity fund unanimous,class ,of "people. who have:
LxHtional measure's at the last meetingin F.un"'iAtIonday' when Sam L ajo fj .sy.The first yuar -: bf a provision similar to the one I for the Kiasimmee band. Mr. Steed been..fortunate enough to ,Uve..und.r'a
the hope of affording relief to Mr. I Lupfer, Jr., was elevated to that of' j jflce the"of'modern' debts system and resulted surplus of innsvmenf ,,,:topofltwhich Kissimmee will vote next argued that the band Is on. of the such system and knowing its advan, _ _
t Dow and 'other sufferers from cattle This makes the third Worshipful : -' a fM'Cood week The commissioner whose time most valuable pieces, .pf advertising tages. Mr.: Cole said after'the.meeting -,,
in the
depredations which had not' sufficed |I I Master of this lodge- to come from $20,000" treasury! nThe .had v piedrwae..1beeht to be an Ma&Tinery of which- thecounty, .is : "Mrs.;'Eastman did not-make
,to eradicate the-evil.( The new'dIIIlWiUthen - *.J.lLe same fan V'. S. L. Lupfer Sr., andJTELupfer year a '-$17,000 bonded''indebtedness easy' man' to beat. 'The incumbent possessed and that the 'money couldbe too strong.; ''The'achievements 1Ind t'
adopted and the ; both being Past Masters. was wiped out, every street was reobullt.and7 commissioner-was-re-elected this i used to no better advantage, for commission-manager system are

"natter of securing enough impound- I J. L. Overstneet becomes ,.Senior with ; the ia city the finished the In year the by a majority, of 50. This Mayor tI.m.1 publicity purposes than through itt almost. too manv'to. remember." '
Insure results wasbQ Warden; George T. Sigler. 'JuniorWarden'n' treasury. making continuation of the band Major T:, M. inquired from
I ernonnel to last of the third Tallahassee Huffaker said, was a vote of. confidence pos Murphy, ,
: the finance-committee and John M. Hansell treasurer quarter had in the year bank end- from the people for the new sible. The committee had tried to the assemblage if some ,on..would not
t msyor/ with power to act.- i yron Ames, secretary The $64.000 much arrangement. raise sufficient money through pop state lections to the proposed' sys,
Joe Rotundo made an eloquent\ ap-j appointive officers will be designated .on different.thebank.Lonetime.When occasions as- ,. as$125.0O&in. J bIn .ix_ 11I0nth. under. the_up-to-date 1-ular subscription said, and had., ,.tem. The. major was out of luck
H'-the--'next regular-meetingy- Deeem-, """"" -the .,commissioners- a !
toranrIrmarkefortheQi. system the per capita j COB of runn ne' only WIHV Lv -as-- howe"er. foraJLthe.peak.rteentlo'j
sal of fresh vegetables. The coun- j ber18., the up-to-date system wasinaugurated the' city's affairs had dropped from last resort. The committee .ald'that lied to dweilon.ths gOod Iutl.aftd'_
'e, reminisced a.bit and recalled that ), W"; J. Steed the retiring Worshipful -* .the city advertised for $5.65 to' $t.33'a decrease of $1.32 bands' in some other counties received -! advantages.Sam. Lupfer cited the -* '
uch a market was established about i ir Master and the lodge is closing -! depositories for the'city'.funds, and capita 'which"in a city of over four per t from .live to tn! thousand dollars. major to the small group: 'of ("town-,
a :year ago, which for some reason j one of the most successful yean j*!the bank which was finally made the thousand .amounts to an'.nnuJI saving . The 'commissioners thought well of knockers: ,"' who could, always bi, r* other had-'ceased to function S'j of Its experience, with the prospects depository took the Job thinking, it' of $5953.20. During th.'t'irst six the plan but hesitated to appropriate j lied upon to be against any progrs--jjjilve '

Bi',Aultman,"who was.present to urge for the coming "year looking exceed. had had wished upon it an official months, the city was put' on''a! cash I j anT* money, for Kisslmmeo's band measure. stating-/ that>the "_r.t* _ _
'h|.,. share of cltyJnaoranee. offered ingly irIght.WOODMEN. :'. J chance to carry :Iredfigures for the basis. 'The C cammlsslont-rv'-''not !without doing the same for that of: the most prolific dispensers of arguments
tIt. lot back of the Park hotel for; city. But by the *ndTf the first year''meet' and waste half their time approving Saint Cloud. They recognized., however against this up-to-date method'of
such a purpose free of charge with j PRESENTED EVENTSThe the city had made $1950 on interest bills: they.did this between ] that Ktstimmee's situation on city government. ,l\Ir."Lupf.r'ad -'
the use of the :lumber thereon' for SPECTACULAR on daily balances and sihkjng funds: meetings, and when they met they i the Dixie Highway brought a better mitt that there are soms others be.., n
constructing suitable' display counters. = district log rolling of the at the end of the second had planned forthe city's good. They ,;advertisement through/ its concerts sides the class "agin everything," who '
InasQ\uch.s the council' had Woodmen of tho World on Tuesday earned in the same manner $2400, and paid bills promptly and took the dis- !than would Saint Cloud nnd appropriated are not enthusiastically for.the new _ _
designated an area on Darlington:\ ) evening resulted In several spectacular actually had the bank hustling' to han- ,, counts. In six months they. .had $250 from the publicity fund j system because they have not had .-
avenue some time before for this pur- -paradell.'an excellent barbecue by dU.-all its funds. Public utility rates pose no' decision as to location'was the W, O. W- Circle, and the initiationof had been lowered by a large margin. and in the first year saved $155.64 In I Saint Cloud. t Sufficiently,and gave'as the.reason '
made, but the matter' was- referred to a class of twenty-five.' The candidates Mr. Greer cited number of instances that manner. Last year under the County Agent Leo H. Wilson' reported ; for the mass meetings planned the desire , ,
1 Kiuoner the Mayor with instructions preceded by' the Kissimmee where economies had been practiced ,councilmanic form of government thetas ,that his application ,for the to provide-opportunity for evry _ _
;, to procure.and establish a'suitable -j band appeared in the torch-light pa.i which.cllmanic was ssystenv.impossible under the coun- { rate was 18 mills.. Thin fear, under ', use of the garage on. Posscil avenue to learn first, hand of the advaw*, ..,j.
place .. rada chained and driven by the sovereign -, city manager- and commissioner! for the agricultural'fair' next mont *
,Now came"R6berf Roliff VitK'fuobservattons ?;-; officers of the order in official > The commission-manager form of the tax millage is 8ft. the,lowest mill-! had been refused. It was hoped the Roy Wells'" adressed the charnetitageL' f.'! _ _
i.b8r rewarding lot 5 of regalia.- The parade passed down ,city government is always continued age in the state. same building could be secured that favor of a big celebration-similar to;
k 20 otherwise familiar to local Broadway and back to Fraternity! when once adopted, he said because i I The per capita cost reduction came'was used last year.: The commissioners \ -I last Spring's Ford Day in connection \
ns as th.--portion of the city adjacent Hall and was followed by the log parade it in a business-like method of handling in spite of additional extraordinary were unanimous in thinking with the county- agricultural ,exhibit,
to the Atlantic Coasts Line ; when the initiates were obligedto public affairs. Under it the commissioners -'*expenses. There were items of $1502 that the fair was .too valuable an asset tobe held In Kissimmee ''Jan." 17 to r _
'passenger depot ''at :present orna- carry two heavy cypress.logs over are the same as directorsin engineering and improvement expenses ,to. the county to be given up. and 20. A motion was p! !sedtto appointa t'
,men ted.with a diminutive-fence. Mr. the same route: Later they appeared a business concern and the voters $1704 to the Health depart Mr,' Wilson was instructed to try to committee to investigate this mat-/ ,
I Hollff expressed his desire to ascertain again in the branding:'parade, on a are the stockholders. The commissioners ment. $600; to the cemetery and $3600 secure the building by further Inducements ter and to>> present a tentative prOd ,I ,
,definitely whether. the city did, blazed or "directorsselect a manager for President Katz .deferred. appointment '< '
large truck upon which' the, cty manager's salary. In spite of or to>> arrange for some gram. _
want or did not -want said lot. 'He :forge with irons heating, ready for the same as a lumber mill does these additional. "expenses" the per other'place to exhibit. of the committed pending _
ouoted various of the ouncilmen and the branding. Following them came or any other big business. No bust- capita cost was reduced during the Twice during this week's session it opportunity to locate the proper pert' '\ _ _
the, citvattorney. The last he relat. I the fiery logs on another truck which ness worth as much as a city's would I first six, months. by $1.82 on an annual became necessary for the chairmanof >ns who' could devote the necessary; .
I. .d, had told him that neither the city together with the fires from the forge for, a moment run without manager.If basis.. the board to cast the deciding vote time to the work. %\ .' ..
-nor the railroad company wanted the the owners had sense enough to I I
made a spectacular effect which was "The commission-manager form of to break a tie. Bids were receivedfor
slot; but had suggested .rbitration'l greatly appreciated by the crowd.Jin-J.accumulate that much they would city government," said Mr. Huffaker I the. construction of two bridges ba had given the right-of-wav across'his
ITJils arbitration talk ing the sidewalks over the-course of certainly have sense enough to hire aman "means scientific'and 'sensible buv- I one.over Tyson Creek and one over place providing he should be,remunerated -,'.>;
fliff to believe they did the parades. to run the business! the best wayIt ing. It Is the most democratic sys*.( Dull' ereek. When the bids were opened for the fruit trees which; :
[city' attorney contended that his nI I I E.: B. Lewis and W. J. Darden sovereign could be run. If they got the wrong tern of government ever devised. Itcentralizes but tvro applicants had filed would be destroyed, and other neees' \ '3
murks had been to' the', effect that he officers from Omaha, Nebraska man they would fire him. And justso authority and makes someone their proposals. It. N. Bratton's,: bid sary land involved .In the rlght-of-.
l-dld not .believe the city or the railroad and E. D. Rivers, B. W. Godwin said Mr. Greer. should a city do. responsible: Lawyers are a. a amounted to 9174.60 more than did way tad also been secured. ' '".. .
[' wanted the lots and tht Mr. t land Dr. E. L. Myers of Jacksonville :They should appoint a competent rule very conservative accustomed to that of L. S. Johns. Mr. Brattcn's Jf, T. Reeves addressed the board '
Roliff had expressed his intention,, in district, and local officials of the Flor- board of directors and select a manager deal bv precedent, end) so was I. I bid was accompanied by the certified In behalf of the Pleasant Hill district' *
tte the city did not buy the Int. to ida camps addressed a gathering of from somewhere in the United was skeptical/ about this system. I check .usual in such cases and define for' assistance in repairing the':road,
sell it "to the n anet :white .man. whoever {bout 250 Woodmen and their friends States,who was competent. It is easy investigated it.. I have seen it work. the time necessary for completion of in that section. drtIt.e beathof/ !II' CounriLman -i at the halt, immlately fofowing! under this system to check up on him. 'I aih absolutely In favor of it.. It the work while Mr. Johns' bid made his request, with the additional information ,
*,Rosen. was not 'inclined to the' parades. The sovereign officers, Sn. v;H is easy to get;; ri dof him if business into government. It rutl' no mention of the time to be consumed that such assistance 'would
rap' *' +*> city as a sale. agent for I are touring Florida and were allotted he 'does not measure up to the job. duce better men to serve. an and did not have Attached a certified mean a mile and a half greater service "
r.-,RolUT, And .reouc .d *0 In fact, if he has $intellect enough to :,
latterI I(two stops in the central, district of j i opportunity for servje. Elect your cheek. Mr. Jc-hns: ) presented his on the mail route.- The amount
take up the matter direct the which-J.J.;Porter i. manager. They nualify In. the' first place he will, \ commissioners from the best candidates pealed. bid In. person when the sub wanted was not large'and' E..!*:, D.< *
ilroad. Covncilmen Hansell Clarkilbert. /,I conducted Initiatory ceremonies' at know when he is not wanted and will and. Kt*. all took a similar tWinter JIaven Monday and in Klssimrmee ..Dot desire to remain. the belt interests of the city. You can tion. wJiile Mr. Bratton's bId< was already 1- gate the matter 'with powtrtoactThe /\ b
andt,.nd.-while- believing>t"th' ,i A don t ion of the modern, method of '
on Tuesday leaving for Avon always recall them if you1' want to. in the hands of"the''county : usual bill were authoriiwd.:.ln*, .
reet should- be. opened uo. .instruct Park the next day. From there the administering city affairs does not With the rirht men elected as commissioners clerk. Mr. Bratton- asked the cl dlntr"'those. for lection official-' '
d M'. RolIT. to communicate direct 1 1!officials go to Ocala and the west mean that the councilmen have been the system means prog' fence, of hill bid on the, ground accep that? the bill for meal for the election in-:
Ith the railway officials. Mr. Roliff coast completing their 'Florida soJourn ''crooked or inefficient. That has not rosa, i it appeals to the man with the other bid was not-'received bv 10 soectors l in ,thi,two' Kisslmme ,t>rvclncts "
Uqw.dthat a railroad which charsr- I in"a blJr' lo *rolling In Jacksonville I I been the! .Often' the same ,. vision.? ., o'clock the time set in the advertisement was not allowed.'. 'Ernest'Shiv'er .!-'*
> the t rates which he now alloted.a. ,on the eleventh when a class of-I- for sealed bids, that no certified presented his request for back pay, "
t"O :.much:,lik* himself to be an will become Woodmen of the warden and action waud 3
fifty as
: check was attached. and thatno time game %
ttrartivr,prospective customer andh.mMtirested World. I II CHICAGO, MAN BUYS for completion of the work Was des.. ferred until such time as reply t-\ ,.
; there.. ,at far- ..f I The !viftitin' officials' were well COME AROUND SATURDAY Y .V1NK..STREET PROPERTY nated.( Pat Johnston.- uttorner. for eelved from the governor as toW.'" '
Poncern'd. ,
-council was .pleased with their .tay In Kissimmee the board Jill that the recommendation' mad .to dilpeoa.1twith
... r.' Wysonpof east'' Emmett st-e't. A call has been issued 'by the mu- gave opinion -
'Hannen Remington' I Ijoorth and especlaly appreciative Of the hci- sic committee of the Woman's club C. Baker.of Chicago has bought the Johns' bid was !legal inasmuch a* it his services. .,f'v..' '
iMetsr: Main f''red be.1, pitality of W. E:. Sanderson who'i for everybody who can' sing to gatherat filling station at Vine and Main street was received before ;the other was -._:_ "_:_-h'
1 'street an > i tendered them a boit ride on 'Lake the Chapter House next Monday from C.. C. Tyner. and with Mrs. Ba- o5hed. and that the commissionersthoul.taithr ....:t't t!", '! ,. .
"the council relative to the .
::; prosT ,
:'Tohopekaliga. Tuesday afterpoon. kr-and has teif .
*- f '> j I night;-ta hrtp-aur?Itr th.i.mmnv.fty<<- son -Carl. taken* posses. -_Ti> : "
pings whish are planned for Christ ion. Mr..- Baker savs his plans are boundtoaccent)0_ oweRt.-. _motirn.that a. SAYS CAZETTFADyERTtSlNq.T
Thucuwiclldeclded.howev.r.tnatan mas weele. Miss Myrtle, Beals'of not fully matured, but it,is, possible they -rejected tie HAS TUE31
.tte w."rt tb It the -
: ; local -insurance '
pros.t men ;would have ,. 'that hewn! add a and. vote recorded and E.. !..' DOver '1 : .' :: ..
; under '(n..e.tJll'fltlon bvthe pronA"* consideration In ',tbe' placing', of,'s 'bigh"Bchoo1. mu.itdepart lent. th.1 .. garage. : . repair: was T. -
> committees and any relief'possU jl 'insurance$ and theta fair'ap] Mrs. S. H. Bullock;are in charge ""a"op. \ ,, : : ,., : -chairman.voted" ;' ,with:the 'ne. f Longwood.Klsslmme .- Fla.De,, 1..1t2L'+; -
% "' the musical L arrangements and 'a gativ*..; Later-when the eqntract WM ., *'Valley Oazette,, +"
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l.*' -a 'wrnmisedi ? portionment .would-benaade 'to- each NOTED :AUTHOR,,VISITED"KISSIMMEE -" ; .awarded ")fr. .Johns' sothe.' . '+ oJJ.
3. R.: Aoltmcn, again,anoe' ed bej 1 co'nlp"ny 'Wbo"4t. representative ban splendid program' 1*\ assured If the to tie t. Kitslrameey Florida <
rounetl of ,'people! who can sing will help out. ' I LAST SATURDAYPearlDoles vote earned It'' was! said that these J. ,Gentlemen '. & .*- ,*)''
the to Jr..thb shore, complied .'with, the city'ordinances 'and ._ t are 4rfcyoccasionsof' a tie vote Enclosed find( \ cheek covering1-" "
;.insurance; .It was -his paidv his! occupational ,1ax." or;..insur ''GIVES NTSWCBOOKS ,' BelL. author hum-' .
LIBRARY : of a among' the; commissioners for' 'many advertising bilL Of all the -' '
on' that the (Insurance was m..t ance, 1C.en.e. .. ,. ', '_ __,_ . '
- "'I' her of popular books which used + ,
have '
- ; .moII noons. ,. ,I. Ju.s I ever your:pai' ;
'rtioned at this meettnir.,, . Two additional( trustees were decided : : -... .,1fn.'O.P. Taw las week) 'present. are'nUIDMncI"TheAutMrat. "Glor The.. 08ed "rou t* for the Boirey : thert allbe.t'for'repU.i4, .
-.,nce .committee- had )been anon'for-the Urn, warrants: 'bulk.' thajpnblic library, at the Chapter ia' Grar.ndJ-Ha Elephant .Man" Creek road pro in the Jt61.n-Senelk '
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< < tbitbuwneas'; and: head and 'funds and"
rf 'se ; street 'drainage House, with tw.nty-two ''volumes, of a.visitor-in KJ TmiiT8iturda'nighL ) ', .sHOR'l ..'
'deferred 'mitilthe --natter i t council, adjourneduntil .the January 'fiction::''Whlcla.were..greatly appreciated ,,I ISn' and 141'1.- Del.,;were ..t : instructed* 'was; .,adopted to proceed.afldth:'to, get. attorney title ,to.*':" ..I.r. ,' ,:. .D", ', . ",. rr.. '1 ...'. "

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I, Ahnis Furs" t:
-----" Neon

I. Osceoia County State Wins Fair Prize. at the One .Black Coney 'Coat, value $160, ,at. . .' .$76.00 | a :

Osceoia county was awarded three F S7rieY 0PV Capei first prizes, two seconds, and a thirdlat Ofu SCtit'OL t

j the .Florida First, second State Fair and third'rlb in Jack. + I ,Scarf and ...'. .,. . ., ."._. . ,$S.50 up *1

bon i were awarded for, pine needsLi.ra'fl of' Brown and Taupe Fox Furs will : :
s at for bea club exhibit, and Also a number

1 a.f a.. j second Make in,Your the jrranefrult Christmas special Candles class.' be'' put on this sale 'at low/prices ,,at, the Wom n's'a|!

demonstration--citrus peela-will in be crystnlicedfruits given. at n .( Exchange. Orlando, Florida, Saturday, December;' I I

the!' 'Chamber of Commerce, Friday: ,,
December the Homo Demonstration THE story of our school th'iby
15 by
r try I I I j jtMri
agent. Everyone in invitedto I Ii
demonstration starts U a Story -of Success. The i
ettend. The
at.Start 2:80.'Your Roadie Jelly In 'Time records made by our graduates t1 I i w: S. De Witt ; .

Don't wait too long to- make "out. are an emphatic argument I .
I roselle Jelly. In case we should have!; oaaet, .aEe soa. : 000.000 0 to.0'0. &
I a frost it will l he too late. The frulgoes as to the prattle- '
". .. afioaafiac.r -
with the first cold. Wf"f
I ability of our business o oVVV
Kondle la' an East Indian plan,,
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cultivated! for ira fleshy calyces! which
courses. 1.
I areused for tarte.jefieer el WOULI1ftPJIU1CIATE: EARLY COPY -
making! _- FOR l
celer'a.:FollowInjf.are two gool: recipes f a )
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o-clle Jolly: iJreakthe calyx from BEGIN NOW 4ti 'iJI
the seed nod into small sections, measure ! In \'cryr Tay We Are Growing ,. ? : '1.
end! for each measure of fruit; allow ,
two measures of water. Roil-t.n .--" Better' and Better ." !:4'MID"Y4'rE I ,.. t
the vessel.! **lIet
minutes. Cover ah :
*.!"" until cool. Pour into .a flannel V' 5; >/ DECOIiA.ToR '" ' tiN
jelly bag and press until no more' VV 1i a ? : II
ho obtained. Determine, i is
B I cin .
.-..... ..- ._3-Vi.T M'W**t>1.>-tFWT! W* .. '" -- amount of suirar to be used by pectin + t.t Newby Inn V \'
. i '".t.- Poil urtli the jellying .point has --- -- -- --- -- -- --- .',
been reached- which is indicated by' ,,' ';, :i ip
A .j'
V the 'flaking or'sheeting son - --- .r "
.,. Extreme must be exercise at t000044000'00000
i ,. "-' this point because overcooking will .,Sd4 W064s i titi fioi:c t ) 58+} OOC.1
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T. 1"-.n t:
'O. cause it to syrup. i : 4t
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- I be cooked in the fru't ; -
II The seed may ? ; s . r I'X
s" I as it does not affect the flavor and iOQt1'01 j .. ," :
a : gc Hointr: will save much time. ; i f" \ 4 '
.-t'Pectins/frent/ :, A most 'valuable' aid i y I t t'. l'
I It in determining when a juice contain: Al . .; I -I '
ai sufficient pectin is the nlechol-' pectin
4 test. Pour a teaspoon of fruit Juice -.....--- V ; V
I .after cooking and straining' it into a -- figure: up i
i ., .wN I, clean cup and pour into the cip a KISSIMMEE 'PLUMBINGSHOPNothing '
ten spoon of grain alcohol of 95' percent : I l in spoiled batches' bak- IJ
alcohol cannot __ 'I '.vlv.ili <, routs you poor R
if '
strength (
denatured alcohol. "'I. '. >-<.(fri time and care, to use just ordinary TI
be obtained use
f accurate but of r I oy; Mid 'ulb your own baking powder.
The test is not as II I-
t L ._z l practical value). Mix by gently Too Big : ;r,
Th ; shaking then pour into a ,spoon.! If Nothing Too Small '".''1
j in solid
;; the precipitated pectin is a '
J,: clot it s safe to adjl I a volume of sugar \ Bread
".-',,' to a volume of juice in making All Work GuaranteedTo is the f I i I' I I
<'elly; if, however; it has not gatheredin .
: Best
V- a clot the amount of sugar shouldbe Be Satisfactory
J : decreased. When the test is made nnd ,p t .. 1
: with denatured alcohol the precipitate Cheat't. i "
"' is usually not so heavy. :15 Broadway : Telephone 143: est 'SI
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acid for jelly . .. :
: If fruit is sufficiently Food. ; : ,:
making but is deficient in pectin,, i

this deficiency; may be supplied by __.,_., __I i jp'. finest of righht-I __
the addition extracted-from some-other : -r au \V3:!> ..>;i.7&/ a alone. Ail ;-I
t source the white part of the orange Move bowe1tWipe-: > I ftii low ,,:to, ,.r for it.
'OH BOY' peel and the fleshy part of the iheyncvigssiSs. ,. I I -""' I..
citron melon are rich in pectin, and LS I milL Miffing Co., R. C. Woodbery CompanyVIKLKSALEIl i:4.
the extraction from these is often used. I' .' biC 1'MOUtt. IaU. \ .. oIIJ.AxDOG ,". '
," with fruits deficient in this property.RrseIIe
,, ...., Marmalade: Method 1. Take 0..0.0"tO.0t0 OOO6U 54004 4000.0 0 0.....00 00" .000.0-

e ,,: . the acted pulp for left jelly.over Add after f juice little is waterif ex-. ___, ._ _ .__ __ .____ u,_____ !

:DADDY, HOW ABOUT THAT BOY OF YOURS? too thick and an equal measure-of'sugar.
reaches.220""degrees -
Cook until it .

+. He will thank you a thousand times all through of F.,fruit or until .has Be
,;1 -the., year -if you. will give him a bicycle for Christmas. in to preventing scorch. (An scorching asbestos).mat will aid
S use: If the roselle Is to V
Roselln V
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V .1' avp, u e equajjrnea -
4 .------.n-r-----T-(7V"k"'A-T he nrrvrillts a
and of water, and F-
: ofthe calyces
: ; YY. y j ffttfk ures until lender. :About ten minutes ,
,. gives a tender product. ,Sweetento ,
. : BICYCLES AND SPORTING GOODS taste, and allnw the sauce to come -.. 't
U .,, .; , again to the boiling point In order tobe @ .' ,1\ .. -. .','h
is die ) '" ,," ,'
certain that nil the sugar rubbed I ,I.'i'\ ;" '''','' ,:,1 I
o solved. The same may. be ,

... ,, . through a coarse sieve and the sugar
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; This
added.0, the strained product.
excellent sauce, similar ,
fives a very i ,
t cranberry sauce.Don't .
c VV strained '
to "
forget the county fair to be r
Christma Stiggestiosn 'I hfld January for us.y4444o4y4. 17 to 20. Have an exhibit i '"-",:

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; Stationery. Prjhlson] Gallery Boxed Gifts. .-
Conklin F puntain Pens and Pencils. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES 1 .,

t I FlprickvSouvenirs. Alligator Goods. .440044444 444444444 ;tt 4 Z '

'Baskets 'Book Ends Vases -- .-
Pjottfres, Books, Trays. events of the ,
i One of the greatest
1' VChristmas Cards and Folders. I high: school will come off next Saturday 'J

$'Christmas Gifts and Tree' Dressings.,: December school carnvialwhkh 9, This is the will annual bathe 1..

x '.-' ,,.vA Full Line of Toys for Girls jind Boys. high bent we have ever had. Each; '/

Come in and let us show you our Holiday grade has charge of several booths.old I
." : Everybody come and have a good .\'ti'
-" Goods. Prices ,Right. time. ''I
j Don't forget the place: The vacantof -' I
/ in front of the Presbyterian 1- Ilk I

: .Wenner Sawyer Co. 6:30 church.p. m.Date, Decdmber 9. Time, 1r 4} '%: I

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Mrs. Taw to show her interest in .
: the high school gave us a year's subscription = S 'Il
-. ," ,,'- for. the Outlook, which we } t'
"7i , ,.. much appreciate.
'.' -' . ,- ..",. 'p .. .". .,. . I very
'. l I In Geometrycl- ' Wonderfully Efficient--and So Economical i I
"r- :Miss Shockley: "Emerson, wViaf. is } Cma. ,
i,A HINT TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT. a reflex angle" ,
Emerson: "It is an angle that has "
more than 180 degrees. but less I than COLES.1 ?
IDEAL 90 degrees. ] > e J.

: Miss Shocktey: "Edith, what Is aeRagon7" .
.. Edith: "A hexagon is a triangle
that has six sides.>r } V .; \
Bakes the most delicious pies, cakes, biscuits--everything} v'
''THE- IDEAL GROCERY: AND DELICATESSEN j.' In English claRa: "Margaret: what Is a I And it's so easy, for it'ti even'quicker than a gas range. : (j,< I
:Miss Leitner
' '. . .' - _. ' .. maxim 1'" ""' : ) ,..,e. ) fTHe OJen is rea 4y for biscuits;; : within ten minutes after f"
4 ", "A maxim is general I "
--. -- p I. Margaret admitted: to be trw a without you light the file S'
. ,,.Statement e Then: there' the !\Outcler.h 4ih ;y
'-' proof. (Can you beat that) | oven no itooping necetMry.Artd -:-_--
II''AFFIAV \ ha Hot'BIIlIt Draft assurer. :you of an actual saving of ,

.J *,: S. I3.VAULtIIAN'IIEAbESTVFE, Twelfth, grade Stratford-on-Avon girl: "Shakespeare'sbirthplace was rnanjf,dollars in your fuel bills. Think U over=come In today. .... ''. :.. I

':'Natural, In pound tsd_,.*,SOc situated in :jvlidd'land ,Dialect." : "
Natural in 1-2 pound lut"d.2Ocu'Colered. : I . .____ _-r- .. I !
in pound loU..+., _..75eColored Miss Leitner: "Raymond,' what Is a >
in 1.2 lots.______.40eolored. paraphrase :.,
V, ." in 1-4 'pound lota25e.V Raymond! "A paraphrase?! are several j"
: : -- phrases used In pair."" --.' >: '
sty i- ..I.1and , V j.k. -'-
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VaF In;Florida, v r Do Not Send' FHlEilNSURANCE: MEETINGMONDAY I

s .Stamps. '. V : ; -'' r m ;
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Ile A Wells'"Raffia Sho" .A'bout'iw ni .tiV. members St. . V. 1 M1t, rTHE
'John's Guild met in*business-meeting
; .:*,klSSIJIMEE, FLORIDA 11 Darlington Avenue' ,.. : BIG \
. ,: Monday at the Newbv Ir Th< "** HARDWARE
t P: ]1os 187 ": TM Darlington>T0. ion, wan' primarily devoted:'to'plan-.' ,, .'V'HISSIMMEEFLORIDA -t
V j t nine:'for the .annu al,bAzaar.'whlc". is1' ,, V -" 4
lie 'great' rural,interests are huintret '' Ajrrleulture It the noblest of't11falchemy ''now being held at the Chapter House,, : -' ; ; : '
i, v-and rood crop are of ; for it tume;earth and even) :The.'next meetingwill be.January '. ': ,: ; .. .TELI'HONE'No.1Z3': :':
"h' 'value'to the'firmer'nnle they manor into" ffoldr; conferring ,upon '8;when the member "will gather at; ..

,4i he door to,a rood,laud of' U seMtarmyRooheolG (its euIU'ntor'the' additional, \-reward, of the home of Mrs. E. 'F. Angus,j . atCsp.BreezeV -4 " -- "'-or.. .IM ,. "A t.- Ie i iy.
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This store hasn't had'a ,',S LE.fortwo, ::, years." J .. .Listen! We have'd'ecaded1ta_. _;. :",bavea_ : '; SJttE'WhA't'' :: '' ,,'
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: IS.A SALE. Our entire atocJc.of'SJiO! 5,"DRY"GOODS: : MFN'S iFORNIStJJN? ;1 QnP. VS,1 ME.N'S ;1U.7rSi '

Ml c"IT"' ::t3'' "-' TOYS, le t. .thatHelp'You.!Save'M'onejr. ,.
'Uof 'T Cf1VKS'"and' ; are pu on aa a ces:. :
-'No Mir:U e'to: oserections. ff'Xlnas Gifts a d..those gOods you'need'iwhll yf,.i'i1 4 1 estock.zac: 4'e i pl b t i
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: ** IFY6t? ur WOULD -GET?A REj\EliDEAbF: SOME"OF.. ..i' t, :StI ,:f rfkvARGAINS liyE;\;AFEOFFEmNG; ; ':IN q OUR' ,::.

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' SATURD'AY' MONDAY SATURiAY: .....i ,,-- .
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-- : : ; \ 1200 yards of fine grade Unbleached 240 Bottles of Palm I Olive Shampoo.You 400 yards of, best. gr"n'E., ,, ; E
1000 yards Gingham "' . .,. ..t .i.J"l.', "" z34c.
regular J7c all :'yard' know-that Palm Olive
Muslin, 40 inches wide, worth. 18cyard goodsare "
vafue; Sale Price-10'yard to.'
the best. These big 60c Bot-
4 r ..:.- each, customer_ ,' ;yard . '. .'.'. '. ..1ii ; Sale Price, yard ties on sale at, bottle . . . . ,35c 00.yarda of'Gingham J' ; 'Sffinch.e. ,
: 10 yards to each customer. wide, on sale 1 at.y rd...*;,.:. ,.. .11c '
I 10, yards, toga .customer/,'':' _ .
a 100 Men's Blue Work Shirts, 1416 .' 2-in-l Shoe Polish; all colors; Box lOc SHOE DEPARTMENT '
to 17; one to customer, each. .37c ,
I One lot $149 Rugs, to close out at, One lot Women's Oxfords; were MEN'SSUITHAT.AND'FURNISH.-- : : & r.'

each . . . . . . . . . .'. 79c $4.95. ; Sale Price. . . . . . .$3.95 ING- DEPARTMENT./M..NN.HI/HNI/r.,111I, "i .. ; ,1
=. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT D I Men's. Pin Check ',Pyerall Pants, :
.. .- TOYS One lot Women's $3.95 Oxfords, Worth ,$1.50; onlsale/at: paii.i.,98c{ : ; I ,
1 a on sale at ., . . ... . ...., . .$3.19 .
OO yards good grade of Percale, This store has a lar g ock of Toys, One' lot Men's $22.50 Suits;. 'on .,

ard .".,. .-.-. .-. .12'/..' cI Dolls, and Xmas Boxes. Our prices One 'I lot $4.50 Oxfords, 'on sale at .sale at,'each :;:. 0'. ......,-4..,.. ...* *'$17.50. .:
' are lower than V other stores.* pair . :; ..,. .. ... .-.. .. ,..; :.>-.:. ,.,',$3.45 !'
i Men's Suits $19.50 to'closeout ,.
were ,
; '
200 yards: : .,:.. .. "of good I: '.C,"'Curtain' : <'Y "!f Scrim I: ,;r. :; 12000 Pretty. Xmas ; and". New' One lot, Women's."',Oxfords;\,were '. '-at,.".,j ..1.*.f2> :j'&; .\.' 1...,-* !,-...$ 6.OQMen's '
yard .try M\i\ d .i,:, i4 h.'iU' 1.t !.lr.". ..10cr Year's.. Cards; each:', < o ?",.>. tr .-. <,.Ic '$5.50', now." ..i'f, ?; ;; > ;;"IMtI.....:. ''.'$."..
Suitswere35.00,,, ; .on. sale
Baby' Blankets . . . .. . ; . .'. .89c BRING THE CHILDREN' IN AND One -lot Women's Shoes; were at .;; . . > > . . .,. "J' ..,. ......,..,':..$ 9.50.,
: LET THEM SEE THE TOYS $7.00, now . . . . , . . . .$4.25 '
'f. One lot Baby Blankets..39c One lot.- Men's', Suits-- were.... $30;, 'f .
r NOTION DEPARTMENT One lot Men's '$3.45 Shoes. . '. .$$3.00 now going for . . .. . .'i"\.$23.59( : :

I; r A large' assortment of yard goods of Colgate's Tooth Paste . . . lOc One lot Men's $3.00, Hats, now. .$2.0"
Sewing Thread, spool . . . . . . .,5c One lot Men's $6.00 Shoes . . .$5.40
all kinds included in this sale. Come One lot Men's $6.00 Hats, now, .$4.00() ,
I"" ii O. N. T. Crochet Thread..lOc Men's Hats (
One lot $2.75 now. $2.09
'J 1;, and make your selections NOW! lOc Soap, 3 for ' .', . . . . . .25c One lot Men's $2.75 Shoes . ',' .$2.35 One lot Men's 4.00 Hats, nciw..,,,,.$3.0()
Powder . . . . ..19c '"
\ Colgate s Talc One lot Men's $4.50 Hats, nov .....3.00
: One lot,Hand Bags;this sale, each $1.00 One lot Men's $10.00 Shoes . .$8.25 .
One'lot Men's $5.00 Hats, now a.+$3. (9 .,..
f Ladies'. Pretty. Handkerchiefs. 30 Parasols ,at. ,: each. . . .r... .$1.00 One lot Men's $4.95 Shoes . . .4.35 Men's Pure Thread ,Silk Hose, 75c '

I . . . .......a5c, lOc,154 25c to 50c Florsheim Shoes on Sale Also, value, now ,. . . . . j.-r-;:; t-..j. .:.59c
. Men's real Alligator Belts- .
I . . . . ; . . . :. .$1.00 and $1.50Men's I LOOK . Men's'' Silk $ .OO.'J'j. ;| ,,,,.hoWVR.! \ ,:... 'J.L8 C: ",,
; PERCALES real Leather Lelginfr.'T''I'rn. During this SALE we are going to give Mep's'Silk 79c Ties;.now .. . ... .j.;. ...y65c' .

. "''; ::, ... r.i' .. . f$2.75. and.$3.95 FREE with each $5.00 purchase: Men's,Silk t 75c-TiesLnow"! : t."f,. ..'''''65c ;
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One lot of . Men's $1.00 Leather Work Gloves piece of AluinlnUni'Ware'worth' $2.00.: -

t. per yard .J. . . . . :. :: . . lOc pair . . ..... . . f. :,'', 75c Hurry for this:or'you;will be too late! Bargains: l ifs;, Mejf! rvWdri Clothes ,I ;
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WEATHER REPORT. Casino Theatre
't KissrMMEH: VALLEY GAZETTE O Official bulletin of daily tem. A GUARANTEED
EVERY FRIDAY'' O persturs and precipitations fur- *

: KI2StMMEE FLORIDA'. O wished by the Kissimmee Go- .
0 operative U. S. Weather Bureau.
.w.u. .
'RARR'" kPr *ld nt
h Station for the week ending*
>D. G. VANH ARNRW..SecrearyAI.14SON ;:
T. ....n&oiCIJEdllOrj. Friday December 1: .> 0
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t One Copy Sl'UfIICRI"1'I011f One Ye.r..w_RATES...._....,..It.00 0 Date Max. Mln. Prcp.. _* E1yjnTIiSW4Y ,
One Copy, six Month............, 1.00 Saturday Nov 2S..64 ,49 '.80 4
q One Copy, Three Month.....,... .60 0 SundayIVOY.26.,67! 45 .00 O ,
i t 0 Monday, Nov 27..6243 .00 0
( <( Florida, a* *.con 0 Wedne.daYt..Ncw 29.62 37 .00 .
.communication except from au.lborlsed Thursday, Nov 3C..68 60 .00 0

; correspondent tb* writer.must b* damby 0 Friday Dec 1-.:._73 67 ..00 0ReaJings. I, ,
1 Rejected matter will bo, returned If are made at 8:00 a. and '
: ., called for. m.for the preceding twenty-four 4 s'. em per rPSen
i hours., Wclgenha .
I Forelirn; Advertising P relIt.t1""* FRENCiI.Cooperative
> Observer.. .

FRIDAY DECEMBER 8, 1922 . .0.00.4 ..0.....0 \,

; WHAT : ,
." 'I.
. One week .from tomorrow the qua)- f.'<41 ,:; .. .,.
Hitch School Winners Will Be the ; .
-JfledvoteTSofKissimmeewllldecidewhether "tJl. ,, ,:
this city is to take its place ruary, When Prizes Will Be,, Ii ...' t, j" .' i ..

In..the-company. of. .ths..,'progressive _'Awarded __", :' ;::::.l_:,. ;' ;7 ;1.. '.
: ', cities who have decr.edfor: businesslike 7i ,.t.- ': .I, .; ,
Irving Bacheller, the distinguishedauthor ,. ,'
.; ,+ administration of city affairs./ who is a winter resident.* of r ""r' i j J;'. ,;

Y "Efficiency is the watchword ofe9mmlaalon.mana.r Winter Park, and a trustee of Rollins .. .'\' .,. ',\ .... .. ..;'
. ," "
form of city College, has offered two gold medalsto > ," -,

v government.? stimulate interest in good Englishand '"'. ", ".... '. I.
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in sound Americanism and other J ,
The actual-experience of more than ,
-li".t J'J. '4
present-, problem. among: the students " 'f.'ft'ir111 .
."t-1' ;I:, :, '
three hundred cities of the United
1' of the high schools of Florida. ---- <..- .. .
States clearly demonstrates the truthof I One prize I. for boys, the other for . '. > ,; -. . .. 1- :$+ ..

this quotation while not,_ girls.The. ' .' .. . .. ; "
one.jet q- '':' ; t. an e NOt74 1 ;.r. :
: I'j
is ,.
' fates It.. The proposed amendments, contest subject to the following .. "
' conditions: : ;,. :
sit giving Kisslmmee a charter whichwifl 1. It is open only to students of '
i provide this efficiency should be the eleventh and twelfth grades in '

I passed. It will be passed if the cit- the senior high schools. 'l :

s .heal.who.have .progressat.beartgo.) 21 The .e...)' .of each contestant -Jj'YncMa1vRcberts Rinehart : :
- must beupon one of the following li.
the and believe.
to they
polls as
subjects, typewritten, and containing ; 'sa.Sl .
* I ,, Few tangible arguments against .not more than 6UT:words. and H (ftI'h"ll ,t'I:,: 1' '.' '

- ; the adoption of the'new charter'have" 1. Florida's Future Among the Avery .opwoo : ,....: ,.;; : .
' r =4 aces presented. Preponderance of States t "

. j P evidence in other Florida cities, and 2. Historical I Landmarks of '

throughout the whole country, argues 3. The Florida.Settlement of St. Au. :;.,:? :

i In its favor. The voice of men. speakIng gnu ineand Its Early Jhi\VorldsGreatest eryPJay' r-'
' '
, in generalities, for-the purpose of mEvviil
r confusing the issue, will have little 4. Th America.', of Intolerance in ,

weight among thinking people actuated 3. If in any school only one student .

r' by a desire to see Kissimmee submits an essay, that essay' shall of I HERE IS THE RECORD IODATE 'I,
progress. course, represent the school. If in .
'' There is not now, and there never any school one boy and one girl sub .

1 v baa been since the charter board was mit .the...y.schooL. both If essays in any shall school represent more- 'Years in NewAJbrk &wz 0 persons .

y formed in the minds of the progressive han: one boy or more than one girl i .- 3000,000

s + citizens who are working for the submit essays, the principal of that I '

''i .changed system, any disposition, or school shall decide which is the best, I lYear in London A $10,000,000lYear "
and that shall the pjayetf
" essay represent -
. ; .desire, to oust incumbent city eouncilmen. ,
school. If in any school more than I
The'present council :has many one boy and more than one girl sub '

L accomplishments to its credit. It has mit essays,'the principal of the school. In Chicago Praised byEveryCrillc: .
food plana for th future. Should shall decide which is the best in each 1 .

r three of its''members bq selected as grlup'and those-es.ayr! shall '

y commissioners, or if a new or partly sent 4. The the essay school.must be signed with a Presen1edhereexaCtly: : same as in .
-" new set of men shall receive the vote fictitious' -name, and a sealed envelope l- I

.' of the issue will bathe containing a card bearing this. '
v the-people>> 'IEW"YORK LONDON[ CHI GAG OSeats
together with the name and I
t amme.$,'Whatever men, are called to name, '
address of the writer must be '
1 1 .ervq), should be provided with the I closed with the essay. ( on Sale TRESS' NEWS STAND. Prices $1.00 $1.50 and $2.00 ,
1 best possible machinery by which the L. The say must be forwarded to : at ,

1 city's affairs can be systematized. tno Barheljer Prize Contest Committee I I ; 1

When we consider what our council Rollins College, Winter Park, I Pray That The Gospel May Be Glorified CHRISTMAS SCHOOL RECESS FOR SALE-Electric! heater. ; electric FOR RENT-Nicely furnished, four
has,accomplished, and compare our- 'Florida. in time to reach the committee .______.___._____Sam Lupfer DECEMBER 22 TO JANUARY 8 Krlll: and electric coffee percolator. Toomm/rul bath, for pwUcular.jy Y
by January 20. \92":. : 21 Peell Church IN ethuld.
corner pie.
F.lth'ln The avenue
Lord and In The' Breth- n
; cities
elves with city-manager we .
.J 6.; At the same time, thont'sta.t.; I ren ______-_,______Howard G.iHallConstancy Christmas vacation for the county treet. FOR RENT Furnished; ew apaet% to
cannot help- drawing comparisonswith the committee from
K must present to I In Our Daily Tasks_ schools will begin Friday, December FOR SALK-One nets Electric Wall monts; two room sulte; 11 muder
re' what might have been accomplished the principal of the high school whichhe -- --.........Evelyn Overstreet 22, and continue! until Monday January Plate. Practically new. At a reasonable . Improvement; clove Inv od leea
had hAd .I.te.ueh' or she is attending certificate 7:30 Sermon 8 decision price. Apply Valley Oatt lion Two block north, pd half
we a business- of rood characterand statement p. m.- by the pastor. according to of the .* .. block west of posofflc 325 New
as has -been provided in every : Theme: "Wrestling Jacob.". i county board of public instruction in York avenue. 49-tf
in "-
that ho or she has a jlnj grade '
pa '7:80 p. m. -- Wednesday. Prayer its regular December meeting last FOR *. All vn-
instance where commissionmanagership . et'least four subjects or unit of the I meeting.. Monday.The . rich. *; 100, &0c; SCO. ll.XS; 1000, MISCELLANEOUSSECOND
has been adopted. first term, to December 15, of the Free ?. seats and a ,welcome to board adjourned to' meet againon SS.OO. >Post paid.' 1000. H.OOk'} (000... 1
ft.71. Express: collect. HAND GOODS bougbt, aoMand
school *
KUslmme> has progressed, but -it year 19221923. ;v! strangers has 'progressed slowly.-'Now, things ". 7. The essays will' be read by a coma, here..' i ,,.' of : the board present at Monday's session 44txFOR
/ petent committee, who will\ select the 'A church otth: Bible and for the were H..M. Kats of Kissimmee, ADAPTED BUNCH GRAPES brlrarpaylnir
t/4- are'movlng fast If we .
,' :: best' three written by the boys and :. people. " H. H. Hull of Saint Cloud, and W R. SALE-.-Second-hand furniture; return elghteets; month *f4er. -
.. are 'to'keep abreast of the wave of the best three written by the girls.! i Lanier of Campbell. SuperintendentC. 'chairs, table, rug, etc. L. J. Dol. /be plantln Plant- an ,acreair commercial*'and

1.: .progress, and prosperity which is overspreading The 'decision of the committee will be Christ's Church E. Yowell and'the attorney for the lln*. 420 Church street. 4'-4tx' / fruit Independent.Investment Beat In south: fruit

Florida cities we mustM based upon. thought, originality, nndexpression. (Pentecostal) "* board, John S. Cadel were also pres FOR SALE-Seven room bungalow bring thee; highest grapes prices.Into We Florida Introduced and- <

provided' with the machinery .of Corner Brack and Oak Street. ent. all modern convenience; centrally they have been doing well ten sea-
the aix.are chosen, located
-8 brick
f As soon as on Btreet. Inquire at Other fruit also! tree
*on* adapted :
progress. We cannot "keep up with the names of their authors-vwill. be. Walter Lorens PARENT-TEACHERS SOCIAL Valley Oa..Ueofne.... 47-91 ''hlueberrle. blckbrrl. Htra, peache .

r the times" with a worn-out administrative announced to all contestants.' 1' T.'. !\'. Sunday School Superintendent. POSTPONED TILL TUESDAYThe FOR BALE!-Wooden washing machine .eta Full Information; free catalog '
; Adapted Nurseries, Tampa. FI:%
system, while the progressivecities 9. The essays not included among ; nearly new. Apply 201 Maintreet. il.5u
the best six will not be returned, unless 10:00 a. .-Sunday school. International social planned by the Parent- . o-tf
,- in'whose company we desire Mamps for this purpose are sent lesson. Clssses for all ages. Teachers Ascociatlon for tonight has FOR BALE, For 8EKDR-1921 catalog. It not already
.to class ourselves, are equipped with with the essays. 11:00 a. m.-Divine worship.: Spe- been postponed until next Tuesday, Room and No Trespass pent Furnished Cards. 10 on our list end name and address ,I.
the new. successful competitors shall ical Bible teaching. D ember 12. It will be held at the cent each at The Gazette. offl<... for your valuable copy. Information This book will for both contain I

: --XXX- deliver their eays at Rollins College : 6:30 p. m.-Young People's meet- school house and an interesting: pro "-tf the beginner and expert Send na
February 23, 1923. 1 Ing. gram and a good time is .ulure FOR SALE)-Fine residence prop"rlY.rt..tK promptly. K1LQORE SEED C 4 (
.1 MINSTREL SHOW FOR 11. The judges of the final contest 7:30 p. m.-Divine worship. Praise Two speakers will be heard on sub- the office of. The Valley PlantCiy, FlorIda., iI.6l., '

=' BASEBALL BENEFITLocal will award the prizes according to testimony. Inspirational song serice. jects of interest to parents and instructors m 2-tf GET INTO a real business of your '
.... thought, originality, and exprea.i\n' 2:30p "m.-Tuesday. Women's bible also. Mrs. Laura Jean ownl I Local cltr territory,jiow open. -
Talent Under'Whirlwind CoachIng as passed upon by the reading committee study at Mrs. L. B.. Jordan's on Reid, of Jacksonville, who is the director WANTED., Sell. the genuine J. 'R. 'Watktn ;
Product. "
of the bureau of Child welfarework and according to effectiveness Aderhold street.Everybody WANTED-Embroidery
Will Present Latent Thing In : : or fancy work. kin Bploe, Bxtraeta, hoffeet'Medf'* ;
of delivery. I cordially invited to all of the state department of Also will| make .children's or babies'clothes. fines. Toilet Preparation,etc.,.,Stand1},,
!U!-ToDate.Jllaatrel. ShowsThere Students are urged to make themselves ... Come." "Pray." "Be health will discuss phases of her interesting mont Miss Allen IK North Benu-. afd for more than./Iffy years HICg..t .J
hasnt been deal said thoroughly familiar with their : lieve." work. Dr.' B. L. Wilker- avenue. 50-ltx: line biggest value. hl.hetquality
r -a great
make aelllasi for you. t 4
lately;about,the baseball field which material before they begin to write son, of Kissimmee, will address the WANTED-Dremakln*;. embroidery write today for ear free ample and ,
Kissimmee needs for its champion- and U present it in as clear correct, Methodist Church meeting upon the subject of teeth and East be.dlng.Magnolia MI.itreet.. Neva Phone Lester 107 proof that you cam Watkins aOOI.) ;<'
hygiene.The 107. ;ko ttOOO a.year. J. K. Co.Dept. .
I form as posible.
ship-team.'; But the men in chargeof and convincing a
gettingthat': new field have not Those who are to take part In the fi- i ,Rev. R. P. Hodnett. Pastor. public is invited. 12-ltx SS, Memphis, Tnn.' -SJ-St. >,.

,' been asleep. On December 20, at the ral contest should aim to cultivate : .
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7 00) m.-Unlon T r .
4 of ".r. a minstrel show will natural and effective delivery. : a. Sunrise' Prayer
r,' bet given the entire :proceeds' of Room and board will be providedfree Meeting in Bungalow. I II
which,'' 1tn..the-actual "putting on" for the speakers while they are i 9:46 a. m.::-Sunday school. J. L. I

. expenses are paid, wilt go for the In Winter Park.PERTAINING. I Overstreet, superintendent. l .l
Single and non-divertiblepurpose .of 11:00. a. m.-Preaching .by the-, pa.- .
4 -welling the,fund -for the new ball TO CHURCHES I tor. '
t n .it 'park. Manager Jordan, of the Casino -. 6:80'p.service.m.-Senior- League devotional The Human Element *

: ,,- is donating the theater and a lot Preibytcriam Chores) . -
7:30 p. m-Preaching by the pastor. -
of his time and local'people compose i,
'the.cast. ., i 8:00 p.'Wednesday. Story hour .
; Rev. W. H. Dresch D. D., Pastor
) IL', I*. Nunn,i-of Tampa now but "i in' primary room. :
formerly mixed'cap with the bright 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. Prof. > 3:30 p. m. Wednesday. Story hoar .i ,f
lights, on Broadway up yonder, is D. B. Shaver, .sa rintendent. in the Bungalow. FOR 'SALE .1 ,' 1 I Ic'

putting on the, .how.;for the local 11:00 a. m.Morning Worship. 7:30.p. m Wednesday. Prayermeeting. bird, flv*' ,,: .,

9 men. file special"'ii producing Sermon by the pastor. 8:80 and. 7:30 p. mFrldaY..Teatb- siren SALm.-c.n.rle.-.onc dollar FtmaJe.. one dol. Nothing can take the place of the Human Element -
'amateur-showstof this nature, In out Music by the orchestra. lar.401' , Verona itreet. ,
d' it of-,the ordinary; 'ways: 'The men of 6:30: p.. m.-Christian Endeavor er, trainer cr.... '
1 ;immee, and -the ladies, and, the meeting. 7:30 p. m.-Friday. Choir. prac- FOR tin BALK roof;-*On lctrlo. building nxture: 10x11 Inquire fet; No organization can afford to be 'cofd, 'indifferent
is children, who have been to the two 7:30 p. m.-Song- service. tice.- at ,IU Main street. il-tfo ...
rehearsals, pronounce .the.program a 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer and t:' the
a loHapaloosa. The costumes alone, and Bible ; ChristJM Churchi FOR BALJD.-.Bab" chick'rockj, and pure-bred whit repellently professional. 1 JE'fa> : !
m.-.Thursday. barred Plymouth '
''they'say, will be worth many times 7:80: p. Choir prac- wyandotte Melrose Poultry Farm.Orlando aim of this bank'to Attentionltofeyeiycustomer
-"I 'the--price of admission.- -About--30 tice." 10:00. a._m.-Sunday school C. E. .road_on* mil north of Kl.- give Personal : !
.. .Xtssimme; actors and actorines will Visitors will find a cordial welcometo Yowell superintendent. .Immee. il- tx --

u .M in the east' a home-like church. 11:00 a. Communion. services. FOR 8ALB-Fine Broadway property. and have a Personal Interest in, ,his
6:30 p. m/-Christian Endeavor.
., Hou.e containing nine room. and
'oJ.' First Baptist dwell Subject "What Believe and Why. kitchen i modern i with furniture.Lot account.
!, ) Leader Miss Anne Shockley. Mxllo. Alo adjoininglot 58s ,

.. Rev. J. A. Sutton, D. D., Pastor! 7:30 p. n-Wednesday.. .Prayer Lot Broadway 11x119., Klaalmm Thomas A. Rortra' 110 x '::1-f

: '81 5. -m.-sund.7-"hoo1.--S.4..;; ttoll&1..rrice :-'. '.... .. -r FOR 8ALB!-One.of the nicest ID-acre ....., --- '- ..,.. .--r'S,:> -
Ldpfer, Jr., snperintenjeni. Classes ; farm* In the county, two mile. from !t. .jJ ;
1 < t'; : ., : for all ages./Join the pastor's class, In c ypa.tor.; | in nice'cottage) lv : '. . . .' ." "'.. t. ,
.&i.NF! Tfcw"Any Fro: How ,11:00 .. m-Sermon t.y the vnstar.. .EPISCOPA.I, CUURCII;, plendld barn I flue water 'Quickpoueulon. rN tj'tl r
:1' I It ; .-Price.' .001.0.. '1'.1'1II"'AI t
.6:30: : mv--B. Y, p. '
: 1.J service.p. v.: .- U-Uve\, .song 11:00 'a\. nu-Morning Service.Address'by'L.'A. a aloe' (-room. bungalow onMabbette : ;
t diVei.; f6UU Bible : Hamilton.) street, with bars and fruit Mllerch n,s ndJ Q n k \
Study lleetJnl'-..!... :;tr.**.. Be* thla Other houe and arm rsi a >>
: r-. : :: = -.........._..;..2.Thessalonians: 8 Everyone cordltllyCAUSE brrited.- : ". I Iota 3. M. Duno.II.-- IlStoFOR ;

4 . ,..,:,;..).... _WeekfyRatesrya _.,. .,,_ cc ,, _ )' 1 Praying Irma Overstreet.Leader for the ; : .'.. .- . 'AND: EFFECT!! ."' -' ._BA.LJD-Th. Little Jail, ,/WI."rm. ;' a;:, ; '':-.1 ,tOF: :r.-: ', .'. rJ jOt'
__l..,... :;:.. .. "r aL'.J.' . J"reaeh..ih.- !"Whewl Do'you call that coffe.T, I 10-room .boose.. fumUbedjdolna'Srood I KISSIMMEE . ; : ;
'-, : ; .' bfa.I....*. Lot :"'xl O.PUnTy tJ ,Z : A tdtt d
of, h)1\ ....l. It lotfcs like mad"t/!'< ,*t; c/ < ; \r.'hti t... : # ,
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r:.. ."'....,..,,.k,,," t fI ...... "."" 1.'..f'1'. Pray'That' He Might'Be Delivered l1// '''Whyshouldn't: It T :Only' this flee of aoooun trait of Will III health.sell at a Term*aerl.. "" ..' ''' .1. ... ;F, r .. . . ; .
.' deem' Wicked.I Ken,\Harry Woodall 'It ", ' I '. .on ..:: .::. .;JJ: : ;.:. w....... :"'!fI..Jt ,%1"t' 1."ft......
-r:.:-=.>'. ..," '. .. . .;.. ," , .' ?;morning, was ground. ::r', ,101.._8. t* Cailer,,WInd.rmere.0.8 .. ' ; '..

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'Star: Brand Sh ell. are' better In REAE' SHOW,COMING SOMl. :'"THINGS' THE-CITY COUNT 8ToR'GIVES AWAYaVALUABLE GRoweitSa a: .NEX1-''4oonMnned 't'

SIVle-, ...uUtyand: Pricey\;Also QueenwSatfty CIL.. HAS DONE IN THE, PAST ALUMINUM' WARE.IN,'BiC. SALE *1tA V """ *1
and Florshelm shoes, atMcCauleys TO,;CASINOTHURSDAY, : ; ", TWO YEARS, : '
,' \* 1. r Giving., away two-dollar ,pieces 'of Tb* -w rry rowe *'fcavVVI
RE.r Xha1kl: ---:- The Bat,", Premleri, Mystery. Play.Which ; 'Bond'Debt'T"o'Yeire.A.. aluminum; _re-with five-dollar purchases their regular'**M-weaL.,,
... "Shirtsttwa pocket Special Comea-'T Casiao Thursday?*, Issue /. Lyle. V.: Story and Company meeting for the,put month in KIs-
for "Saturday: and Monday, 98c, Is Chock Full Of Thrills Bonds A Note of .open their big holiday sale tomorrow simmers, with the. Saint Cloud ,ineet-

J ',' "" .*? 1j dr's Department Store' 11'sway. '. Electric Light _...,,.-ie04..t; $7,000.00 morning. This store mays If hasnt Inp. continuing a* 'usuaL' .'-,
Capt. Robert, H. Grant Is,backJn: . A There's no use talking '. lot of General Note' V,_...UI10..60.000'OO.ter had a real sale for'a couple of :year On next Tuesday night, December
Kissimmee from New York.. 'JExpert' v & Sewer and.this time 12, they will meet at the Chamber of
1I.nrJ L. Houton Rldgefieid good things are headed Xisslminee- : :' ..4..1910..33.000.00 they are going to put on
of wards. And one of the-mighty good Municipal.Bonds 4..1912..27.600.00 "a sale'athat U a sale.". .' Commerce in Kissimmee at 8 o'clock.::
t Conn. has the
bought strawberry
kodak finishing at, Miniclc'sRexaJl pretty like .ThDe'Warrsnta E. L. l Running. items'advertised POSTMASTER
R. treat in store for people .who ; 191918000.00 over AT KISSIMMEE
and chicken
Drug Bto.e. 60tf farm of R. Lay, Bulkhead Bond In thi\ ."' of The r;
and make his homein Kis- thrill and mysteries will be the performance -_,..19lG.97,600.oo ?aue Gazette one is PARK ,DIES
plan to ,
1 '! wilt be Street & forced to believe what
Cottage 4 large ;roomwater ami 8imm" with his H. of The! Bat which; they mean they
h ...' Eghts, only 1060. .eerrina. Nelson I BoutOn> ,;of New York brother City.Edgar. The sale i seen at the Casino next ;.Thursday, Note. .._,.Z,1920..27,246.26'. . ,say. The entire stock from shoe*. George Brown,, postmasteratKis,
Realty Co. was made through A. T. French lotsrepresentative December 14.' This performance. U clothe ,and dry good'down to toys. simmee Park, died last Sunday at the
not a moving\ picture, it's a real drama -* Total bond debt 2 years are thrown into the sale, with ri-t age of 79 years. Interment wa. at
Lawrence Carr came over from New Farm Agency of the' E. A. Strout: >Jt'e' exciting: and not of the '. ago ,...,.......:........_.....$316. 140.20 I ces'pushed down to rock bottom.- Saint Cloud on Tuesday/ '
Smyrna Thursday and paid Kisslm-. class usually-called: "mellerdrammer.When ." Credits .,
mee a visit.Furnished, Blue' Chambray One, Dollar Shirts it showed in New York I It Water &: Light $7,000.00 -- .
Saturday and Monday 69c Kanner'a was credited with being: the. best Paving Note ....27,240.26 T: 1 P
Flat for rent) W. B. Department Store; 119-> Broadway.You mystery play-of a decade. There' art! Gen..;Notes, ..:._....4,000.00 88,248.23 T T
Harris\Gazette office.. 14-tf intensely exciting moments,'and Uunot .
', are going some;: if ypu givt-a unusual to have people in the Balance ontstandingg$277, .OO t' ,'" ,.
Strawberry land inside city limits better Christmas present than Hole audience interested in the plot ..of Sinking-fund!! on hand... 28,300.00 TAXVi : i: ...'
on ten :yearn' time: no-other security proof or Humming Bird Silk' hose the play that they forget they are I ., "
:required., .Nelson Realty Co. Ladies Men. it and try Net bond and 'Note' debt.$260.700.00 '
Visit .McCauley'* and not a part of Involuntarily : t ', : : \ ... :
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Clevelandha : M'-f;;:; bfaeoty"Gi:: : to "tip off" the actors as to impend In addition to .having reduced the. ''t';. .' : I J l'
'Kr. and Mrs.. H. N. Makinson. with 1\\
lug event. This happened In one of I city's bond issue as shown above you i" . '
been in ;Kissimmee 'a f.w'day, Mrs.: Uaklnson' mother and sister 'I : .
the north Florida cities last. wool must take into consideration also that: > ;! :
visiting his cousins, Mr.,A and > Mn.. Mrs.':A..W.Winn and Miss Mse Wlnn < ; '
y' ' Jacksonville and Saint Augustine papers the Interest on these bonds at the rate .'
Robert M.'Angas. motored -Jacksonville,for Thanksgiving have been giving it mighty good of six per cent per',annum h.d'to be ,. .rN.C t! 'T I Cry: .-

Splendid farm for rent,.good,Vegetable and:iteturned to 'Xis.immeeBUDd.y. ,tend-off, ." . t.* paid,, amounting to $18,914.77-which .J ... .t '. .,.' .

.and ..strawberry-: ., .Nelson ;Mrs. Makinson kept count :,On*:,of_the interesting"_.featureduring *, was ptwomfla" paid. Also a reduction --- ","":r-- .... ,....,. ,\ .... -
of the south-bound 'be -
Realty Co. cars passed the New York run was the on taxes of 1922.; )\ .
tween.Kissimmee' and Daytona and for those The treasurer'. last shows .' '"
request on the :program :. report a .. '
Just the same you 'c.n''buy Jt cheaper recorded,250 .before abe was :dissuaded who had already seen ;the plaT 'not 'total balance In :'the- ',hands of- the .. ,1'I, ..;!. "< .II'.. .,, ,! ,,., .<.< .""..,,1 I
at. cCAULEY'S store. : 5Mrs. ..from, \hers. statistical labors..., "* to divulge..the solution to the varloumyeteniesw treasurer in all funds"f except Bulk. 'f

"'Henry Buttorff the'latest Splendid,:lots.'for homestclose ,to-. the;. story! It pUjKr-whire-you-know:lag tjk4-so many leadfund leaveexcash). of.$14,004.69nwhich'balance In- eehfund.will,.. w---,Notice-is: ;::[hereby- -given.that: .;;the;: "

a addition t a->the clerical force of theJderehan business. T rt'of town cheap,''on- easy: the '.answer my ;almost Xbefore, the problem I showing:,that the city'r funds have Bokof

and Farmers Bank. She term Nelson Realty Co. II. presented. :ln this play ,:you,i been.properly.and,judiciously.,, han Tax. : f Osceola ;
began.her duties last-Monday., ? jRoberi Snmmerlin. of., Los'*Anrelon, ,' solve it several times;during the second dled.': In addition- .p ym nt-en the V -"O'oP (' % "November j
Excellent60acre Calarrived in Kissimmee Wednesday and third acts. ;and then findyou're I bonds:, notwithstanding bank failure llection' _
in South Georgia bearing,mile peCantrI'OVe from. night and t stopped" over, untilTbunda wrong.,1.., 'f'a: .-._.. ."'-. the unfortunate breakdown '_ at, the :ened.<< for ,c I j'' on. J ;
friends.? Mr. ,;Press .reports from ,Jacksonville Water and .,Lirht plant' renewal of a } r i. d >vi J w"1 m w <*.. J i *> d
,town to exchange :f 15,000. Nelson Co. Summerlin moved to California from and, Saint Augustine say that those pumps and smokestacks. Inflated prl- 'I" '\"
; .Realty Bartow over twenty year,ago.! He who saw the original New York company cot on'all. material purchased every ......'q-S..I".J., "' "1,,, J,1ft J. t : "
16 ,and again took' In;the'perform. dollar has leen paid and the electric
Shave > haircut35c; children.26c ; was met here by hill brother Sam, of ,
; at Casino Barber Shop. 18-tf; Cocoa and they<.went to Bartow, f-n ance now being. shown, ,A fv -) n '.... 1\ '" It ' fiO... ,. :, ( ,
Florida cities that the present .. future "* '
to look after ..settling say
.OrJ;..and;worn- H...Er Ratltff,.:with the Thursday.-estate.-of-George-Suotmerlin.; : up' company'-_does not-suffer by-compari. and:,the.*,welfare of the city,*purchasedanadmirablelocation AJdiscpunVoY: ; one3percent will be'allotiv
:{daughters, -Josephs and son with the'creators't>f-the-.various: fo.-clt.hall
theiA'in'; ire i un. Kiulmmee-visiting .-Just| received'"n w' ,line- of W. B. roles. The 'Bat"is a.'play of the and fire station, which with the already ''r air '" drn'inDecember.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bogue. Corsets. Price $1.50; and ap. Kanner1 < quality. we' don't often see in Kissim rapid progress thepresent city "on taxe? .paidl .: g.,
\ Department Store 119 Broad mee. council has made their obtect will bs ,'of :. f... ,
: Excellent stock farm cheap going way. realized in the very near future provided $ "". '
. concern meet liberal trems. Fully; K. K. ORGANIZED AT, the citizen of our little city ., > -.. ;
equipped well. stocked. Nelson. T Realty' We .guarantee our tailor made+ I, WOMEN'S.COLLEGE will not*be' hasty: and frustrate the ">* *'. .\:\ 'l'
Company. ,*! Suit in Style Quality and a porfeeflt.t' "> plans already laid out by the council !* rafta '"* \
A'few ready-made suit,in stock J> : ; have fleer'Who < ; .
T.IlabaeeeForm Although we are '
\ Rexall lExpert'Drug kodak Store.finishing at MinicVs 60-tf yet; aV "McCauley's Store. KlMimee. "The Student Kissimmee* At KluV.With. diligent and painstaking looking to '"_ :ISri': how ready to furnish; seatsmates -
j y the cltv's interest every respect .
r" Kissimmee .
H. M. Pfann returned to + "Various Laudable Purpose.The I
Mr.' and Mho IF.: W. Stalker the highest salary paid 1* $1,800 per
\ of
in Kissimee on a business trip.JIVe.fe ydi. several Saturday. month night from spent an in absence New York latest*organization' interest :year that being the city clerk and 4 ;j on ,these taxes In writingmy

t Stalker i,. superintendent of construction state, and 'Asheville, N. C. He was to Kissimmee people !is the home Tax Collector and Superintendent. of 11 .
of the new Angebilt hotel in Or accompanied by his daughter Mrs town club at the Florida State College the Water and Light Plant. description
information will give
that this office/always
lando. Lakeland for the for Women at Tallahassee. Th -
W. J. Waring
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wishers.of .
the well .
of benefit
be to .. .
ol 'y'
from the shores
benefit of whose health the trip wa* :young women .
We have several clients coming our cityand especially to the citizens: ..\
in sanitarium in Lake Tohopekaliga have banded to '
made. She 1* now a .of
: thejproperty. X $
during holidays to buy homes. List Lakeland and while somewhat im.. gether for. a few definite purposes, voter and?,taxpayen. *lJ; J
your property with us for good ser Pfann states she is still is evidenced by the following let, J. R. GILBERT. .
proved Mr. as \Uwi4 "",
vice. Nelson Realty Co. ter City Clerk, and! Tax Collector., ,.. ,,', .. .
fat from welLMiss : ? .. '1 (. _. ," 1>>1r. I

Try: our Waffles, Hot Cafo.Cakes and Dorothy Bishop of ClearsmtfrI girls Last gathered Sunday in afternoon Suite 210 a of crowd Bryan of CARD.OF THANKS I C. L. BANDY I "

French JToast. Pupont's I visiting her aunt and cousin, Mrs. hall and, 'grouped around .on the We' wish to thank the many friends ,' ... I.... '. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Smith of Helen Perdue and Mrs. J. H. PhippsMiasDorel4icklea.and. trunks and cushions organized the+ acquaintances for the beautiful

-.----MIelbourne-havLheelLYlsltlnJJdr. and ...1itte! slsttr. future-famous. KissimmeeKlub.. floral offerings and the many kind- Tax" Collector.,
Mrs. E. 11. Fennell in Kiasimmee this --- -fellowingoifee\ r* xvrTf_elect.:.. .JiesBejsihown during the recent illness . -T.
KisJi mots '
to ,
Ruth Helen have come ,
week, enroute to Halnes City.A. the Christma-i, ed: President Norma Griffin; :vicepresident and dent if.ourbeloZidimk7pk .
from Tampa to spend '.
M. Kohler of Cleveland. Ohio,' hoUdays with their grandmother. treasurer,, Emily Helen Sanderson Bass; secretary-; press' brother. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bowen (,;'to.._ ._. _,w.,. ._ .;

has arrived to spend the winter with Mrs. Helen Perdue and their' aunt, reporter Helen Ames; sergeant at and Family.
his son Robert of the Mid-State Decorator Mr*. J. H. Phippa.Mr. arms Ada Louise Simpson. .

*. He is living at the Newby and Mrs. Richard J. Rogers are The alms of the new klub 'are

Inc.Y new arrivals in Kiasimmee from New many but the chief oneat present'is ,-. .
the Hat York. and will remain through the to interest Kissimmee cur .rt
Velour Sport Wodbeck.t 27 Mab college and in the sending of a team ,
living! at
winter. They arc
S Mrs J. D.
bette atreet. for field day. We know when they
a Ret. J. A. Button left on Monday have once seen F. S-CX-W-, they ,will' t
morning for Gainesville by automobile Joseph Thufman, of Philadelphia. surely come back'to stay when'their REMEMBEROUR ...- -
/ and spent ** at the arrived in Kissimmee last Friday and high school day are over. T
Florida Baptist convention. will spend the winter at. the Gray : l'' .4 -
O.. I.. Blackburn,.proprietor of the __
Lakeland Marble and Granite Works, .' E: 0.. Reid. Windsor. Nova CALL MASS MEETING:
wa in Kissimmee Monday to deliver Scotia' Mrs.. .McLearn. -Middletown.Mr .
a monument to be placed over thegrave GfIOrce G.,. Kind;Annapolis, Mrs. G-B.' Woodall this morning notified
of the late It.. B. Woodham. t""'. S.; Fisher.and Mrs..B. W. Whiteof the Chamber Commerce Charter
ti.. ::1 ' Somersethave moved to KI n"M- Publicity .committee that a mass SALIEv
trt ''* ? Reduction all"hats 'at' the lat mee from (anada'for the winter and meeting would be'held by the opponents

Shop. Mr.. J. D. Woodbeck. have rented a home at.216 Verona of the proposed charter on next
street. Friday night at ,Wo band stand.; The
and __
Mr. and Mrs. VG Brown, Gazette believes that all arguments
a daughter, of Detroit, Mich., have arrived The following sign* can be purrf I!'fed (- against a* well as those in favor of.
In Kissimmee to make their at The Cassette office for lOe each.: the progressive system *o be vote +
home,,and have taken apartments in Room.* For Rent: Furnished Rooms upon next week should be heard by
the Casino building. Mr. Brownhas. For Lisrllt' Housekeeping: .MO Trespass -' the voters, and i- glad to give this IS STILL .ON az
opened a cleaning and building. ; For Hire; No Smoking. ; For additional publicity to the meeting.
tablishmenta in the same Rent; For Sale._ According to the announcement the

Kapok .Stoklnet Doll do not absorb LITTLE SON OF E. A. BOWEN meeting will be addressed by Mr. Q. ,
germs; see them and the large non DIES Woodall, Milton Pledger and other: .
breakable dolls at McCauley>. speaker ..
Edward Bowen eightyearoldson The plans of the Chamber's publicity

,; c'lIose in Holiday Boxes, McCauley' died Wednesday after an illness or next week in favor of the up-to-
; three weeks, resulting froman date system: which will give voter .,
Mr. and.Mrs. 11..B. Harvey C. J. two abcess or of the .eyeball. an opportunity to hear both sides the -.i' .
Bryanand their,father, J. M. Dens- week before election., . C
of Minneapolis Minn.. were of Handkerchiefs In Christmas '
Fine lot And thereare
Swita at Newb/ Inn last week; and 25c McCauley's.) WOMAN'S CLUB PLANSELABORATE Many Bargains
located at 409 Mabbette St., 'boxes. up. CHRISTMASThe .:.
are now

.. for the winter. NEW YORK LIFE APPOINTSKISSIMMEE chief business transacted at the '. I' :yeti! from. which to' make' .selecd I : '

Stockinet Dolls stuffed with Kapok REPRESENTATIVESam meeting of the Woman's club last -.
boo to 'f 3, at MeCauley Jr has just been Tuesday was in relation-to the-plansor \; ., '\t r .
L. Lupfer. tions.
of the New Christmas week. The ladies are -, ;'x.'.'
Felt SUpp.r.Bag 864 '$1 $1.25; Hand appointed representative Comiany| in planning a three days' festival ,'' I'" '
and-Vanity Bag $ ;.. York Life Insurance, about On Saturday:the 23d- carol singin The ;,:
1 and is optimistic patron giv du 5Jj : ,
toJ5mBilk Kissimmee. ;
rt"sUlt"Scirf.T the outlook for business,, with the I and cantatas are on jbe program, wttb' ge ,en_!lf; ,
rfose, Pajamas, and attractive pol. sic and good cheer.'j'j "
ful !Christina PTA: 'all McCau- company offering very I union services the following day at "
I largerthan" '
Ie)"'*. 4cies now. I the band stand to be addressed by the our sale has'been:, : : : :i-- "
ministers of the city and-other speak Y"' J
i L By mutual consent the firm of Will- NOTICE.... ers. On Christmas day it is plannedto which ;', l
Y" son and Aultman has been di.solved.> Patrons-:. . have a Christmas tree for the children expected, for wthnnkfiil. are: ,,duly;: ;
Mr. Aultman will continue the' real Having decided to discontinue theIRency I with community singing in the: ... .' ( f J'
estate and insurance business. Mr. for U. Tea Co. I take evening. .
',j Willson will devote all his time to his this! of the notifying G. the people that On the nights of the regular meetIng 1'w-' ..; t.l.:,.: __ 'J:!!
I in the,.Mercbants and Farmers way who have tickets should hold days it is planned to have "open i'

duties those them as l..shall endeavor to for have a first house"Tuesday at the of Chapter January House.-the initial The : You can't beatourShoesClothing ''p'riceson. i/ i ,

QuaUty ahow in HblepVoof Silk .uccessor I thank you all :your entertainment will be given Mrs..L. ..r.....'.,. 't; t. "
Hose 11 to $ .60. At McCauley's.George patronage. A. CHAPELL.' H. Ingram and .Mrs. J. M.,Duncan be Haberdashery .. '"
W. ing the hostesses. The ladies feel that :.or t. : :
in Kisimmce - --
arrival -
Zeller. recent HODNETT"LEAVINO: FOR these'gathering will be productive of _.
from 'Michigan ha purchaed DR. much good fellowship and will far in and look thein ,
the lot opposite the Catholic church CONFERENCE. AND ASSIGN' toward the' program of .progress.inKlxBlmmee. go I : Drop :: l ;.over. .
on Spronle and Mitchell streets, front MET .' The gatherings will continue '
S. Thacker. The transfer wa made of '.S
the first Tuesday night
on J
for four
Rev. R. F. Hodnett. :yearspastor
through the;;Nelson Realty, : Company. of the 'Methodist Episcopal every month, with more elaborate entertainment ,s.
developments "'"
church in Kissimmee, will leave for and programs, as ,
Tricotine dress (
line r .
See our new warrant. J'I
r. Kanners Tampa Monday: to attend the annual \. ... ,., \ :-!. ) ,,
.e*. :Price.,$12. 0 and up. confer "to) o. ,. '" -I .' .. 'j,
Store 119 Broadway.It '. Florida Methodist Episcopal: C. W. PERSONERING''BIGBARGAINS
Department .
\ l ence. It is expected that he will be
. 1 cost*you nothing to get our;price assigned his new' field,at that time, AT DOLLAR LIMIT )\ : 10I

\ *; but 'might, **vyou, a.' lot.: A since the custom In.hi* church, is. to 'V With the first of the yeir": near, at I _
._"up 10 f'fnTVii are catching 'on;'are transfer its minister at the end ofhV hand and Christmas nearer"George
you >Visit.! "-":a ,- .-.- Perseus is knoaking the, prices, nn. fYrerything :
1 ,'V '. .McCauley.r" ih '0Dr. Hodnett been ,.'popular? jn 'the store! 'in a great big
Tom Bell from Loa Ii"W'ombianaa' cltl*s > \Jui iujK"111 Beginning * I
purchased" the old Dewey Partln place in KlaalmmH and will .have'a large morning at.9'o'cloct h* throws onto
i ." In Center Part, from R/D.'Wbby..and. number of Rood friend and well wisher the bargain counter everything. in the
I ;r ;>IUi J his'.oq'Fioyd/is'phakIUR: ,his *. In addition'**hU church work he Dollar-rLimit. Store. Dress .goods.
If. horn{'tfierev. *Mr.-Ben,.recently,dIp. ....'takena"-a-promlnentipartMn stockings shoes< and Mother- raiment,
.(dt! .. posed.of largo, holding;In Wyomingand upbuilding of Kiss rime..- 'Ill* enthu- appear in the slashed; .." '
'Ir earn* be with his former loam,.and knowledge,of the aubject big, bunches of Christmac.toy for the 4 ..... 'Io _.
.,. 'p1-ors the .range'E-'Robinson.. Uc eat" .summer wham the strawberry1rnpalgiwas.Taunebed'wara'large kiddies.''> One feature;if" a)ten"een' } L .,-.'.''-'.\ '
: t .Robinson )ha*.added to,:his pretty' bee .tor.-counter loaded with ,.* or-... or' .- ..... 4 , the pnrshas of .the.Bill Da- factor In the anceeseful carrying: .."on,Fery'descrtpCon: at'prieegylOn;

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r r : MORNING DECEMBER: ': 9th'L, ;

We Will Start a Christmas Sale Which Will Last Until D cemJ 23rd
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lw /n"January wJflhaveio! ta llnventgry? and, we want to "get: rid of all '

r odds and' ends. in ourimmense stock, and we.,take this means. .of moving them.. (

i +$ While in town Be sure to visitrthe ,Ten Cent Store which! we" operate: at r -. :

:' the old stan This store is loaded. !' with Toys. of every description prices T .'

", you can afford to pay .


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)k Extra Special, Saturday, First Day of Sale, 9 We have about 25 Ladies'! Coats and Capes

. ..a. m. We will sell heavy Outing Flannel as- __ made of all 9Lmate --in-assorted-colors- _ ..
z } sorted colors, 5c yart-Limit 5 yds to person. and styles. These Coats and capes formerly

., 1 Extra Special, Monday the second day of the retailed! for $25.00. We offer the entire lot

I '. c :sale, 9 a.' m.. 20c ,Apron Gingham for' .- ? In this sale at one price, think of |(lit; $9.50

.t -- yard. Limit 5 yards to a customer. each.
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... A few prices from our Silk Department. Blankets and Comforts. for Cold.Weather We have the well known W. L. Douglas line ;
n Silks 'advancing everyday-but we still Barlan Heather, .PlaidBlankets; 'size of shoes-for Ladies and Men. They-deed no ".1
.*..* hold,the price down. 72x80; pair >. ,-. . > :.: .::1..1. .$3.98 advertising. T;. '
Canton Crepe, colors: grey, navy, black Barlan Heather, Plaid Blankets; heavy I Men's Velour Hats, the best grade. . .".$4.49*! Y.j ,' !
or brown; Sale Price .1 . '.' ,'. . .$3.19 grade; 64x76 '. .. .:: _to .; ... .. .. .$3.49 Another, grade of Velour Hats, each .$3.98 .: 'J".
i Crepe. Chine, in navy,'peacock, black, Two Stork Blankets, 64x76; pair . . .$2.98
Silk Shirts-we do not silk
mean stripe
. . . . .
pink, or white; Sale Price $1.65 Large size Comforts; each . . . . . .$2.98 -but pure silk. Will make a dandy
Taffeta Silks-the best grade; black or Ladies' Outing Gowns . . .1.19 Xmas gift. Each / : . . .. .... . . .$3.49
navy, 1 . . . .., ; .. . . . . . . .'. .$1.79 Received! this week another.1..11.big assort- Ladies' Pure Silk Hose'; pair . . . . . 98c
All Wool Serge, navy or black; yard. . .69c ment of those'Army Officers Shoes, in
. .... . solid leather Sale Price, We have a full line of all the new things in
s : ; h:: .j Wool Serge,in all colors, yard. .89c ; pair.$3.98 Women's Sport Hose at Sale Price. .;
Yard wide Bleaching, with. out dress- Another Jot of Shoes received this weekis \
.\ "ingyard ,.......... . ... .. . . . . . . 17c for growing girls. Patents and Extra Special: For Men _.Khaki and
Pumps, in sizes 3 to 7 low heel, with Pin Check Overalls, without apron; ,
.Heavy grade Unbleached Muslin. Cotton strap; pair . . . .;. . .- . . .. . .$3.79 Sale Price, pair ....". .. ... . . . :. . 98c.
r is advancing every day and this merchandise -
is advancing, also. We offer Misses' Low Heel, Patent, Low Heel This is a good one. .
.. ... .. ...13c ,pumps: with strap; sizes 12 ,to 2; Sale Men's Wool Shirts-something to keep
this 36 inch wide for, yard, .
1 ; Price . . . .. . .,1./. t . . ..... .... : .$2.79 you warm -'each . . . . .'. . ..>* .$2.98Winter S
We still'have a good assortment of Ra- '
4 .tine at, yard .; .. .... ::. .. . . ... .. 49c Men's Dress Shoes, in solid. leather, Weight Underwear for Men;
.'Pure.Silk: .Pongee .... . .. ,.... .. ... ., .$1.19 ,English pair .last. .;. .also. . .Blucher. ? ......>;..Sale. ..'. "Prcie. .. ....,.$3.98 /garment .:. .. . . . . .. . . .. . .. .69c I

.Mercerized.Pongee,.yard .-;. ,.,,< ..,.f... ....,69c I)Men's Blue Serge Suits, three-piece.$13.98" Elastic- Seam Drawers:for JVlen :pair. ..'.59 - =-;--
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+ g'ilFtbestCre' in this sale have too different articles to '
: goes we many mention ,
w S, ,"'\ .all,so just picked a few'at random about over title store. F:
,j' We.'have:on..display.bigassorbnent8..of;: : : Xmas' gifts, for ,the whole family, including toys for the

r ,children.! c Be; sure,:and visit this _department? before you' buy.. .



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THE. KISSLMMEE VALLET .c.\.zE'iTB.. FlU jAY...DEEM BEE. 8. 1'22 . .lW Uf. ,

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of city, and who 'shall bave' the "f IS. The City Commission shall elect within' th*' 'Town of Klsslmmee city plaint .04 d to 0
L eale hereinafter, enumerated and 1 one of Its members Mayor-Commis. applicable to the Charter of the. City to-wits rt.r ... this, :.."" .'

i LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS I II' who shall exercise such power as'hereinafter 'stoner,. to hold such office while ..uchm.mb.r. as amended hereby shall S Beglnaln I /CL feet- Houth' o> tbe'

prescribed. during the pleasure of the'Comml.lon. remain and continueIn force until Corner Lot
4. The power of' th. City Commission Such MayorCommlsalonelshall suspended modified of Northeast -of Math'
obg al.r. Henry Av
' shall the preside at meeting of the Com Blok'.t .
,: < In Circuit Court nth Judicial Circuit 'd..a. all parties,claiming Interests un the b foU..lnla.l now or thereafter missionwhen pre.nt' and shall represent 2. All law and Cmml..lon. and .w.etrnmee to' the Osceola Town.of Kl..
In and for Osceola County. Florida. del Mo.. El. or oth p..r. the City occasionsand and parts of ordinance County
Itf. Jarb.r. dec..e b municipal al orlnano Klordaj Run
g.n4r.1 W..t feet
In Chanoeryi Milton W. Kby. Complainant the described ..hal'ex."I... the judicial functions Town of Klsslmmee .
Council then ,
'. . i'l.. Ovsrstreet e( To Thomas O. Reid If living 1 law In May.r City South SS.IS feet; thence
.., ,', 'Verutli ; of Incor In the Mayors of cities and In conflict herewith are here- I East
municipalities 14T.fl
BIlL to quiet title. 'and If dead, all claiming In. : CIT feet) thence North *
: Incorporated the generallaws
*L Kespondents part. underth.. general law abrogated| repealed and I e $2.52 feet to of
.. Order of Publication. terests, und.r Reid deceased porat.e all powers' now vested byspecial of I'iorld.relating to municipalities. and all offices now existing In or ning. point begin
Notice to Non-residents: TheStateof or 0 property hereinafter H sign contracts InvolvIng :
City Government of T
b..41In.H and CitycouncIl the You and
: the each
> 4.1 of & berebcommanded
Florida to: : Rumsey. "'tt Wafox over 8100.00 executed In the Klsslmmee City 1. "
All parties claiming Interests under If Ivlnl.' and If dead all partf. 01.1... City all such ,name ,of th*, City.ane'I. shall nave no for herein are rtnd :fl.g.I and the bill of and r"ulr'to..pp. to
Henry Overstreet. deceased or otherwise 'I ." under additonal veto power. but .ha. be entitled to the power and' .. thereof are before u.'n
hereinafter decrlbed otherwise In the powers express or or tb. "t day of January ,
. In the property deceased or propertyhereinafter hall b to the vote on all before theCommission hereby devolved upon tl\e appropriate ift *
: All parties claiming. Interests described: To 'Charles a n.c..ary carrFlo. for disposition .h.r. not or officers herein UI.
", under A.V.. Leonard. deceased. or Cary If living, and It dead., all parties out ot the purpose of this Aot disqualified on account tnt.r..t I' ono., b* 4".llnated, the Honorable C <*. 'An

otherwise In the property hereinafter claiming Interests under Ch..rle. 8 B. The City Comml..lon shall act He .hal receive in his per ballot' .hal by the dr.w..udI. of the. above Court an

described: All parties claiming" Interests Cary deceased or otherwise, In administratively by through a City a .. attending elector of the City. of qualf.d, of. at n..m. .Clerk. 'and the

under Alary Overstreet deceased rolo.lnl described property which U Manager. meetings of the Commission, a salaryof Osceola County. Florida on the adop. of KI.lmme. Florida. this lard
'J or otherwise In the property hereinafter described In the 111...t'' '. The City:.Managera. fSO.OO per month for his services asMunicipal tion rejection of.the above Charter 3 Otob.r. 1.
described All parties claiming Complaint and referred to In order . Shall be appointed by the City Judge In the temporary ; Circuit L OVERMTREI Cok
Interests under Martha A. Tyner deceaaod. , to-wit: S Commission to serve during the1' absence or disabilityof the Mayor. '
.:- or otherwise In the propertyHereinafter the' Southeast Cor pl..ur of' the City Comml.alon' Commissioner a VloeMayorCommlssloner FORM OF BALLOT' KRiBBSBi 8.' H. Bunook n c \

I." described All partiomcIaipiInt B.gnnlnl.t (41 of Block "J" I,. Shall receive such compensation may be designated by the Commission
Interests under Stewart Ty of W.. Patrick's. .Addition to the as shall b* fixed by the CityCommission. to perform the duties of, the OFFICIAL BALLOT NO...__._ Solicitor for Compl.lnane 47t

".1'. deceased or otherwise In the Town of Klsslmmee City, Osceola Mayor-Commissioner and receive his SPECIAL ELECTION FOR AMEND- 1, ,.
described 'All Shall not necessarily be at the ING CITY NO.CI OMACTEll'S ALB
properly hereinafter : County Florida according; to the c. compensation. CHARTIR "
f parties Interests under Vlen. Official nl.d and recorded time of his appointment a resident : 1$. Any member of the City Commission 18th day of De.mb.r1 In the
tin JT. Tales 4.0.a..e or otherwise In among the Public Records 'of Orange of the City or State. PreferenceIn shall be subject to recall at a .. ... Florida.UI. Circuit Court of the Seventeenth
a the property h..relnat..r described: County Florida. Run thence. the matter of appointment to special election for that purpose. ludlCla. Circuit of the State ,of rlol4 :r

All parties .. under North ST.tS fast; thence West aid office shall be given to a man Such special election shall be caleel Make a Mark (X) Before the for'Osceola County, la
Jackson-Yates, deceased or 'otherwise 147.64-feet.thenee South 01.20 feet cmpt.nt by experience or train If demanded by petition Co. of your Choice eeryi D.3. B. Hassetl. Complainant yoreaus

In the property hereinafter described: thence East 147.68 ftet to the persons qualified to vote at such election M Byt.t a..pnd.nt
All parties claiming Interests under place of beginning. Being the d. Shall give bond approved by and numbering at least onethirdof VOTE FOR ONE Forlo.u. Notice I* '

Blvloa V. MoLaugblln. deceased. or oath n.1 feet ot Lot 4 of said the City Commission for the faithful I the .total number of votes cast st For adopting the to a final d.e..nter
otherwise In the property hereinafter4e.oribed Block performance-of his'duties the last general city election. Such rattylnl ane Charter of the ed In this cause on the Itl .
: All parties claiming interests Tou and each ot you are hereby'command.d e. Shall render:accounting to the petition shall be filed with the City Town of. Ktaslmmee City so that November. AD.. 1IS1 I .. forsale
under Henry'McLauKhlln deceased and required to appear to City Commission of the affairs,of Manager and need state no reason for the business of said City shall be In and sell at nubile outcryfop-odab,

f or otherwise In the property hereinafter the bill of complaint In this cause on the City In Writing and detail, the recall. The City Manager .h.1 conducted under CommissionManager hand to the highest bidder* at 'the'front
described: All parties claimIng or before the lit day of January. A monthly or oftener as required.f. forthwith call a special meeting form of Government In lieu of door of the Court House In Kla

.interest* under Malcolm N. Overtreet. D IPIS. Shalt. subject to the control of Commission.consider the said peti the Mayor and. City Council form .Imm..oo.ola. County. Florida on the 4'

deceased or otherwise' In the Witness the Honorable C. O. Andrews the City Comml..lon have entirecharge tion. The Commissioner or Commissioners of Government as now existing and fr.t January, samebeing.
property hereinafter described:. All Judge of the above Court and of .... save named. In the call .\l not prescribing the date when'said 1st day of January.. D ISSf.
parties claiming Intere.t under Mary my name a* Clerk and the seal thereof a. herein otherwise provided. His take part In the proceedings. case amendment ,hall become during the legal hour.. >O..I./.t. '

f. Bronson.' .. otherwise In ; at Klsslmmee, Florida, this lOrd authority- shall Include: the whole Commission Is named In the opraUyeVOTE In following" described pt ,; .luat.

the property hereinafter described: day of October A. D. IMS. 1-f. Employing and dischargingall petition for recall the City Manager FOR ONE Oseeoia'County1oridaf _
A All parties. claiming interests. under J. I* OVERSTREIT. Clerk. ofncal. employees and labor, hall act upon the petition and Issue Against ,ratifying 'and Beginning at .the Southeast Cove
In ,Attorney 'If adopting theAmendment ner of Block "W ef H.orF..A.
Alice Tyner, dec..4. or otherwise ( Court Commission City the calL the petition shall containthe
the property herlnatl' described: Allparties Circui- By S H. 'Bullock. D. C. and City Tax Assessor. requisite number. of .llnature. Town of to the Ch.r"r ef the Jlath.w."Addltn"to the Town Of

cia '. under FrankL KRIBB8 A' STEED. S-f. Managln.the police, sanitation certfe toas genuine by thr.e the business Klsslmmee of so thai CI ,.Florida'and run
Tyner deceased or oth.r.I.. In Solicitors for Compl..lnant n.t light.street., clerical . who shall also certify that conducted under said City shallbe. thence .. (100) ,
property berelnaftr .. : All financial, and other department they the same and Coml..lon.M.n.aleI feet! North One Hundr'!
form of lieu .
parties claiming'Interests' undar Mary ,)CIRCUIT COURT. 17th Judicial of,th..City'. business. each of r.t''am.: affixed, the recall Mayor and In of and on -hal(
jr. or otherwise In and for Osceola County, .-t. and using all ma election forthwith called for City Council form feet: thence East OneHundred-
In O."tra.t dec..e .. described: Circuit In Chancery. J. M Han.en. Purch..lnl, and supplies for a date not earlier than ten days nor of Oo.erm.nt as now ..I.tna and ,(100) feet and Thence South One

All parties 'claiming interests under S. I C'mpl.lnant. versus Evelyn p. Ber- the I.b t City Manager shall laterthan thirty days after the date pre.crlbln. th. date said Hundred Twenty-six and'one,half .
m ijfl-ht.ev. 'deceased.-oroiherwlstt. In rln.ton. et a). Respondents: Bill to not dispose property belonging of the meeting which considers the sha.ll become operative (>*..) feet, to tbe place elbegin."j
the properly hereinafter described i Order of Publication: The to the City save by authority f petition. The Commissioner or Commissioners nlng." Ball .1lne In' .nd being -

All claiming Interest under fttate tt.Flol'lda to: Evelyn p. Ber- the Commission. sought to'' be recalled may In the County Judges a 4< "ot Lot Four,( ) otaal? -\

X parte. deceased or otherwise rlngton. and If dead. all parties 4-t. CarinI for repairing" and Im stand for re-election at the rcal election County, In Court O.C.OI" Block- W., :,
'E.J. property hereinafter described: I claiming Interests under Evelyn VI City's property. and any qualified general Matter Florida the -"na -S : .ORNI Ut parties claiming interests under D. Berrlngton decased or otherwiseIn 6-f. Collecting I and disbursing th municipal elections shall b* entitled vld Markham. E.tttom.ndo The* Special .\ _ _
*V Brown deceased or other- the property hereinafter described: City subject to the 1" to be a candidate for the office STATE Citton. KRIRRS.STKED. ', .
Eward the .property hereinafter. de- Harry Artman. If living, and..If dean.: .trlctol mon.y. Charter. of the .Commissioner or Comml..loner Wiener 01 ICenmore Mab.l" ." ( Il-t .

scribed. : All parties claiming Inter all parties claiming Interests Under Se.ln" that the laws and ordinances sought to be recalled. names go, Illinois: Florence Markham. S64S \ .
Martha J. Brown. Harry Artman. deceased or otherwiseIn enforced. candidates shall be printed on the DONT BURN : '
.. 'under dea..e are North Halated Street. 'WOODS.: *
or otherwise In the property the property d..crlbedJ T-f. Actnl as Clerk of the Com ballot. The office or otOCe. shall and all other'person. Chca&o. Illnol., TE

after. described: All parties claiming 1 which Is the property keeping the recordstherof be Ailed by the recelvln" real estate herein Int.rt.t.e Is Forest flres destroy in a'hwmin.;
Interest under David Jordan deceased In the Bill of Complaint ned referredto and being ou.todlan of the the number of ,
bllh..t vot. that the SOth ot
or otherwise In hereinafter in this order to-wlt: . seal of the City. such and In case than to cite on, admonish day-and Dcemb.r. A. ute that whic month, 'y'esrisnd

described: All parties claimIng The Northwest quarter of the g. He .hal attend the meetingsof one office la filled the candidate receiving D.' ItSS. at ten o'clock A. M. you decades the
Nile J. Johnson Northeast of Section Thir kee tIloCommission the highest number of at his of t.w. th.t\wlch'.t.
-lotersts under I quarter the ? vote..hal floe the Court House, Klsslmmee farmer of
sometimes styled "Johansondeceas- ty. Township twenty-nve, South, advl.ed of the enter upon th longest term era County. Florida, the oEthe the wr e.rld t ,
Judge .
ed, otherwise In the property here Range Twenty.nln East Osceola affairs and need* of recommend to election the recalL Incase above court will consider and very ferlie. :. .
inafterdescribed: Al. claiming I County Florida.. to the Commission for the Commissioner or Commissioners heretofore act Still there f.r.:
a petition
4 'Interest. under, rarte. 8. Brown.If You and each of you, are hereby adoption such measuroi a. h* may sought to be recalled receive votes James upon M. Johnston as Administrator filed by of friend of who .ne,
living and. If parties required to appear to the fill of Complaint deem necessary or expedient in sufficient' to reseat him or them as the above estate asktngforauthority tlcular farer .e" 'J.
claiming Interests undet R filed In this csuse on the rule the Interests of the City end |,*r- successful:candidates for the Commission : to take possession assets of applying, mat

S. Brown . .. otherwise day' In January same being the 1st form such duties other than those they .bal continue to hold office aid estate of the following ss d..orlb.drrop.rt" the heavy growth or w. grass ana,.f
property hereinafter described: day of January, A. D. IttS Witnessthe enumerated In this Charter for the for which they were the "
being per-
All parties claiming Interests under Honorable C. Or An'drews as Judge Amendment .. shall consist with :folding at the time of the filing of the David property Markham belong- under.&wh .. .

Mary B. Morgan. If living., and. If of the above Court and my name as his office and shall be Imposed petition. Failure ,on. .the of at. t. this-heavy: growthi

dead all claiming Interests Clerk thereof, and the official ... upon. him. by the Commission prt. ef a Commissioner to be : -aatb.-Iuted"Lot In Osce of grass and und.r.&w(iBet'

under- Ma parte.Morgan. decased. or thereof this lOrd day of October. A: 7. In the event that by reason of eelhr.t 'a ..I.h"cUo.o Involving of Florida Boulevard fortyseven according destroyed)will .

otherwise In the property. herelnatter.crlbe P. 1 S2. death. sickness, absence ordischarge oTflce to. 8t of Lake Front Ad- and other rD"pivd
claiming Inter- S 7. I OVKRSTREET. Clerk. r..hrnaUon his office of the catte sheep
.. All-parties of the the office as date of the dition to the City of Sk Cloud. filed
J. Nelson. If living.and. (Circuit Court The Commissioner Com mor/nutriment-
.. Mary .1.cUon or
Sea\ of City Manasrer shall be temporarily and recorded the
among public record
If all parties claiming Interests Bulock D. C. vacant, the City Commission may .. elected at such shall of Osceola County. State of Florida, In will the constantly bumtvc w. '
Mary J. Nelson dece..ed.or KRIBB8 enter upon their duties as daysucceeding And ,little do
STEED appoint a Vice-Manager to act pending Plat Book "B"' page sixty-one on the they, t
hereinafter dh"b"
oth.r.I.. In the property claiming- Solicitors for n.t' the filling of the vacancy and such shall the election a S7th day of A. D. .'10." .and rible' destruction of young tree, the'
mission the
.. ] All parties canvas returns -
shall have .
Interest under Charles Townshend In Circuit Court 17th Judicial Circuit -: Vice-Manager vested temporarilythe In a CityManager and declare the results on the sell the the Administrator same at public or In private saleas source ,of ,fut. lumberandnavalstores -

"" Murdock. If living and If dead allparties 'and niotri Flor powers; but bY.u vacancy shall day following the election. No election deem advisable may for the his purposeof judgment tey apply the match. '
under .
Interests Chancery be called filed
on petition
claiming a .
to continue for than .bal
Charles Townshend Murdock. deeeasthe Complainant versus Wr" F: Davis, et allowed lon..r to_ _a_Commissioner duringthe Tou said-estate.. Stti.te 'wccal-arenf teltu
hereinafter al Respondents Hill to Quiet Title: three months. of his and :'tt'a.p.It above courton of L
ed. or otherwise In the property : ; 8. The City-c mmf.Ton not the first six months t.rm' rel or date and ..howcau.e.
described: All parties claiminginterests l Order of Publication: The State of City Manager : aD of the same Commissioner .hal If any why the Petition afore.said Florida soil 1* bumu.Then It seems
of CharlesTownshend Florida to W. F. living and
under the : Davl.I be demanded on.n.r than any less
wif a. Fix the mlllage for tax assessments should not be granted. nothing to destroy
dead all
If living. If Intersts months Petition filed
Murdock. twelve
and. If dead, all parties 'r1 I Interests under W. F. Davis deceased, or otherwise and equalise the taxes.- In violation of period.these provisions' shall WITNESS my name ms County Judge this humus so often so. needlesly. .. '
b. Make all contracts Involving I and the seal of the County judge's
CharlesTownshend In the property herlnafter described be to'tb. extent that Instead of'
under the wi. expenditures of more than tSOO.OO. dl.r.gard.d they court on this 17th day of November, destroying-, w.
Clara B. If living.and .
Murdock. : Mor. the and violate same. A. D. should make ." effort
Employ City Attorney nil at KJsslmmeer Osceola protectand
herln- If dead all Interests e of I t.
otherwise In the property part. City Tax Assessor.d. 1 4. Notice any special .I.oton. for County .I :
claiming under Moore shall Florida U" .
deceaa.ed be ,
after described. All parties Through It. MayorCommlsloner any purpose le..t (Seal of L. It
County COMER.
Interests under Leonids Morreau Law- or otherwise In the property hereinafter conduct -the Municipal. ten days prior to the election date by Judare's Court) 'County In cnldet.ton' of th*' timber
eon If living and. If dead all parte.el.lmlng described: which Is the property Court. publication of notice of the of JOHNSTON GARRETT dudce. phase 'of "burning
L I described In the Bill of Complaintand of ,
Interests deceased under or other- referred to In this order to-wlt I. In matters within his authority election place, ,and location purpose of polling-place. .. Publication or- Counsel. for Administrator' ..t the wood,", Professor W. L Floyd,

Vor.uLW.Q'. hereinafter. de- South.hal of Northwest quarter as flied: by this Charter Amendm.nt, to be In a of the Florida College of
the City Manager shall > subject to n.w.ppr Alrclt.
Ia All parties. c.lmlnl merest North..t Quarter of Southwest the control of the City Commission In the City of AW ORDINANCE says; "The future of.
he Wife of .. Morreau Quarter of Section Fourteen 15. The City Commission shall ap- Jor..J.tor
nwsonj If any. If living and. I d..e Township Twenty-five South acting, but a*no a board In meeting assembled poInt a Tax Assessor to serve duringthe .An Ordinance Amendins'That' Partofi, e.t.especially Ie'cut" I
'East Osoeola COlml..lon.r .h.1 oth.l. They
Range Twenty-nine ,
all par flea claiming Interests wise pleasure of the Cmml..lon and to "A ORDINANCE) Providing" for uncrin
the wit of Loonlflas Morreau. L ".n- County Florida fere .t.mpt. dlott. Int.r.give I receive such the LOn.lng. Taxing and'ReluoJ duc, ,crop of 'timber.
otherwise. In the i Tou and you are hereby ha a. : Commission shall- Such Tax Assessor la .
or .aoh
If any deceased orders to o IOo orundertake nX Certin Bu.ln..e. supply decrease and ;th*' demand '
Bill of .
hereinafter described: All required to appear to the Complaint r.: shall have and duties patlons .
property I In this the rule in any to elret the pw.r. increases price,will soar 'and .-
parties claiming Intessts under Jan filed cauae. on shall h of assessment by the log for Penalty for the Viola ; "
if Ann I living and. If ,day In January. .am being the 1st City's hall be affairs and.1 misdemeanor o and* ",.n.rl laws of Florida governing tion thereof; Defining . therein I. seen our duty'to posterity

dead* Lng..rbal.en Interestsunder : day of January . ltS. Witness In addition shall be subject to 'removalSy munlclp.lte.and the special acts re- Merchants and Repealing 'Ordinances to the future 'of our lumber
Ann deceased the Honorable C. O. Andrews as J.dl' of Klsslmmee City Inconsistent prtc
Jan or Lngerbul.en.. of the above Court and my the City Comml..ton. and the City of Klsslmmee. He shall In so far as the same H..wlh. the There I* no beter way.of 2
herlsaher 'described! All parties Clerk thereof, and the- official seal } lC. shall The action be expressed of the City by ordinance not be subject to the dlr.ctol of the Licensing Taxing and Regulation of doing this than by rfrlolnl front' ""
under CharlesL thereof, this lOrd day ot October, '
-claiming Interests A City Manager. Circuses ordinance burning- the .
dr and a record of the same
nunne Wlllard. sometimes styled "C. D. UI. .r..olulo". The CommissionIs 18., The City money as collected ::O"II"o.'Onte .I .The only wa. the woods'
and. If dead. allpartlea S Ciy' hall be a bankor Taxing ... "bgmlnJ
D. VTIllard. If living L OVER8TRBJ. C.ek authorised to by-laws and w.ekly'ln justifiable
claiming Interests under'Charles (Circuit bank shall be designated and Shows. is 1 don to de.,

Dunne Wlllard. deceased or By S. H.- Bullock,'D. C regulations government for and its to own enforce guidance verne and by annually by Commission as a City for the violation thereof and repealing penalty troy: pst harbre in. and protect"

otherwise. in the property hereinafter' KRIBBS & STEED. fine or penalty and to compel the at Depository and which .h..1 be bond.dfor all ordinances or parts of Ordinancesinconsistent ed by The
Interests Solicitors for full of deposit In gra. undel-br.b
the amount
: All Complainant .1-t
described part.calmln" of members at Its meet-
If ttndanc. I. h.r.wlh occasion for this ex* _ _
under .. favor of the Ciy.. a protection BE IT BT THE CITY .
.. and meetings of
living, and. If dead all parties claimIng i S Net. Of Flaal Discharge the el Commission.cord. be public. against failure Bond COUNCIL, OF THE CITY OFKISSIMMEE eeption rather than ruler and it
Interests. under Alexander Crum. .h.1 to be that of a surety company au : should be done undermost careful
Maclae. deceased or otherwise In the I In the Court of County Judge Unless otherwise provided, a thorised under the law of the Stateof Section 1. That In so tar ast ;, '
Commission shall besufficient
of control '
majority "precaution*. fOld -
property hereinafter. described: All County of Osceola State of Forlda to authorize action taken Florida to act as a.surety of publicmoneys. "AN ORDINANCE) Providing for
any '
In the Estate of N. B. ,
parties. claiming Interests under HenryJohn by the Commission. The Commission the Llcn.ln"",. Taxing and Uegu-
Uroughton Kendall, sometimes ..a.ed.Notlc.. shall be the judge of the election 17. 'The City Manager .hal present Businesses. Occupations -
If Is hereby given \to all whomIt Resident' Near Death'
"Henry Broughton to the City regular and Professions; Providing
styled Kendal and qualification of its own members, ,, _ _
that on the 10th day
may concern Commission heldon
all meeting of the-said for for the Violation
If dead a Penalty
living and. Clj subject to review by the Courts.It .
of January A. D. 1823. I shall apply
to the date of fixing the
Interests under Henry or prior thereof; Defining Merchants -
of Tran.l.nt
ing shall not be within the the
; power
Broughton Kendall sometimes styled to the Hon. T. L. Comer Judge of said Commission to remove member mlllage for any current year a com' and Repealing all Ordinances "I had not eaten food 'for'IO1 daysj.
Court a. Judge of Probate, for my .
Kendall, deceased plet. budget of the estimated receipt Inconsistent '
Henry otherwise Uroughton In the property hereinafter final discharge as Executrix of the estate .av. for nonfeasance mlat.a.anc. ormalfeasance and expenditures for the ensuing fiscal provides for the Her.wlb. and and was slowly starving to .. .'
or and then only on written
described. All parties claiming.WW of N. B. 'Car.on. de t..ed. and and after public hearing by year. with the sources of the receipts regulation of le..n.lnl., Shows, be Given up by five doctors, I tried *.
charges '
. .. Interests under James M. Schumacher.XTlf I that at the same time I. presentmy the Commissioner or Commissionersnot and the purposes of the expenditures. and the same .hereby amended so as bottle of Mayr's Wonderful
living, and. all parties. final accounts as Kxecutrlx of said The Commla.lon is authorized to revise to read as : Remey.' _
I under James M estate and ask for their approval.1)ated Involved this budget and shall thereuponapprove CIRCUSES tolow. which gave relef. at once.. I '
: one or more
claiming Interc.t. November 4th A. I D. IftiSWILHKLMfNA In case a member resigns removed old have died for
'chumacher. dtcea..d. or otherwise In or Is unable to act the Commission The budget shall be ring, per day --------------1100.00 year bt .t.
the property h.reln.r.r described: 4S-8t W. CARSON.Executrix. may fill the va-anry temporarily the basis et"'eihe mlllage 1 levied by the CIRCUSES: For each parade I your wonderful medicine un. -'

parties ". under by appointment of niiyqualified Comml..lon such current year.In through the Streets where the dice (Is all gone/and am gaining
Al. If ltvln and If dead, all fixing the a for tax assessments performance is given outside the
shall i
voters to the o'flie but "
. parties claiming Interests under P. PROCLAMATION ANn NOTICE. ] oF within voter or thirty (SO) days of the occu'- the mlllage 1 to : used for any special i city ___-___,___._-__.__no.oo I petite and strength every day. It is.

Newman, deceased or otherwise In the Sl'HCIAL. KLHCTION.TO rence of the vacancy hold a .".clal. purpose shall be specified and moneyacollectcd CIRCUSES- : Shall be required to deposit -, a simple h.rmleaa'prparton. that
" described: All for that shall be the City Werk and.Tax
hereinafter purpose with ,
property ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN election to nil or vacancies. 'I removes '
th. vacancy muc. intsU.
under William deemed to that
appropriated purpose at the time
they acquire
,a- parties C. claiming: .lntr'II.VI: and. If Notice 'Is hereby given that a Special and shall not be spent for any other Col..otor.. and before nal tract and allay the (
Election will be held In the Town of The Commission shall have power unloalnA. I '
I Interests transferred to other cause practically stomach;
dead all purpose or any the sum of 1100.00 to
make .ecur.
, under William C. Rowland. deoased City 18th Osoeola day of County December, Flor, A. to the al.rea.oTabll relulaton. funds. The funds of the City shall be City; from any damage to Streets i liver and intestinal ailments, including "
In the property hereinAfter :.Imh. tQt bu.ln.e.. paid by City warrants signed by aComml..loner or other property of the City,
oth.rwl. of the One dose
of I appendicitis.
AU parties claiming 1) the purpose determining quorum Comml..lon and counter-signed by thereof'not ; wit convince ,
described: thereof which sum or any part
Interests under Jennie Maria Lychenlielm. th adoption or reJ.cto of Town the pro of on..t by of two virtue m.mb.r. two exceptwhere of the City Manager and shall not be .required to put the Streets or other or money reunded J. .. Rob-.

) .claiming If living,Interests and. If dead under all Jennie parties I Kla.lmm.eCity posedCharter In the form hereto the Commission cannot Intere.t.act. In which I drawn the save fund' .upon against which money they alreadyin are City It was Property before In :: conditionas used by erson, and & .verher .,

or otherwise annexed. Said election will b hel In c.e the remaining Commissioner may and shall only be drawn : .
, Maria Lychenhelm d.c..ed. alone drawn upon said Clrcu. shall be retunde. CULLING 'TO INCREASE
accordance with the of
de-J provl.lon. the authority of the City Commission.Unless Much If to EG' ,
the property any
In addition and
to regular I
Chapter 6640 of the Acts 1915. Stateof In special .
aorlbed. The property embraced In : authorised to do so at an election ed by the Chairman of the Street
called the Commission -
to be City
Florida and the laws meetings by *
referred to herein Is general governing ,called for that the City IN EXHIBIT
,1; this order and the City ManaKer may at any purpose Committee of the Crty CounciL S ,
Municipal not In -
conflict' f
4 described as follows: I electun. will time call Special meeting of'the City Commission shall not have the powerto SHOWS: Minstrel Stock Companies. ,
therewith. a -
, All of that property situate; Ilnl be the regular place for CityElections. Comrvlsslon. J I borrow money to cover deficits In Theatrical. Vaudeville orDramatics A sure means of' ,increasing egg
.a \ and being In Osceolrt County. cAlled'by 'any fund for any year by anticipatingIts under tent or within
of meeting i
i ** The Clerk and Inspectprsof Notice any special production by proper culling givenin
p described as follows revenues or by issuing promissory enclosure ( regularly licensed
: Ida the election will be follows the or the Commission, I I
as : l.nler. and In shall have the an exhibit "Make
the I notes no case Opera House) per enUle. your _ _
4 The Southwest quarter of the John E. U. Vans Agnew 'Clerk. In wrltnl. I .peclyln. all tiurnose power to borrow more than 10% of day ...____._.__.___,_. $I00.00 poultry pay": .how the
Southeast quarter of twen McPhatter. "Ot : Its .last approved budget to cover such SHOWS: and Pony (. be Unit
Commission State
; H. N. Bratton. bers the City DOI department
: fiscal of the Cty| shall ( ,
ty-four ((14): The Northeast quarter meetlnsr. Huch notIce deficit year classed Dog and Pony Show atuUure'
O. W. such special
Orlffln. Inspectors.In the International Live -
r! of the Northwest quarter: The begin the nrst day of November -no performance or exhibition
the Northcast addition to voting upon the attoptlon be served by the City Manaa-er or of each calendar At the b trained tion in "
; Northwest quartel of of the force and shall year. ether than animals Chicago December 2 to 9. ,:
rejection of Charter thequalifl.d member )
quarter: Southeast quar. or tt. wilt .polc. end of each year the City must be given per -lay.810 Two of .live chickens_ are ".
'Electors of b to n
' .Northeast quarter: The .City vote .d.n.erel'I Commission accountsto SHOWS: All other shows er> exhibitions pn. '
ter of- the) else .1 .eul .I. ,
, Northwestquarter of ths Southeast upon the candidates for tin three offices h. found .et. hl.j be audited. a public accountant not especially enumerate .how. lot/-of 12 hen was 'not'

quarter Ie. StO yards square of Commissioner totbi fled at be of dispensed business or with waived by.] and' ,be In de- ed. per day ____..-___-._.___|.ZI.C.S.ctlon eule and ate in one year 900 pod
said election. In the event the may. ''Idl"ba
And the talL the regular This Ordinance
Corner. 11.
-'I,' In the Northeast Charter Is adopted the three candidates all the members of the Commission.No coating $20.70. The .
be held
Northeast quarter of the Southeast the number of other business than that specified me.tln.of the to not change vary or effect any of. the laid 100 dozen during th. '
receiving Tear.Contrasted
' leas |2O yards hllh".t I andJuly, Icense taxes mentioned In the said egg ,
1 ''J In, -the quarter.. Northwest Corner of.qulr.i' Beotlon .-> votes'Will be elected th.City Commission In the call shall be transacted at thesaid I the City Manager shall report In detail Ordinance other than the License Taxes with this lot is one of,8 i ___

: SS accordance with the pro. special mo.lnJ. to the City Cotamlsslon the financial Circuses and Show, b.r.lnm.ntlone hen which ,. __
' Twnty4iVe < >< v visions tnt proposed Charter. I 11. m.mber of the I I ICity on whlch"wer and
; J. condition of the City. The revised c
This the l&th day of NOYmber. A. I). Commission shall h.ld as provided I for each laid same egg but at*
" Towoshlp and budget year or pasts
All South.In Range 'w.ny.fy. . I by the City Commission and In and appr..d. reports aforesaid B.eton. II. .Al Orln.n. be and only 600 nonnd of f.,d. at a cot ( '
with the statutes governing .b.
' T. M. MURPHT. accordance
,1 Tou. and, each of you are h.reby, J. K. municipal or hereafter and audi for each year shall b. the same are hereby repealed.Read.a1lrrtd.rcQn4 $13.50. The lot of 12 hen that was
of Com i by publication In a time by '
Ji required- appear to th.lUl L\PFER ON. In force hereby. publ.he ftefe-eulled per feed
the ss1dCttovby and 'at 6 ct'mo ,
plaint .filed In this 1,1. Unanimous consent pa..arn open _ _
,\ r .Attest:_ ..p-"bIc. ? the than the was. produced '
_. 4ar-ln-January-being the 1 to al .Io. thie.thday, of A. tht
:, day ot January. A. D. 1MI.Witness J.Clerk R. and EI.OUOrM"3 fying.hal Charter tt Amendment. The qualified voter of the City D 18SS. no eggs.' The. .extra'cost-: ,'_ _
-the Honorable C. O. An- City shall be on or before thl of feed :howyer 1 is-but of the ,
I i term of of floe of the candidate receivingthe publ.h.d Aa.OILBERT. on _ _
f -7X 41* and drew a*name-Judge ae*f Clerk the above thereof CourtS and (S.a of the hllhe.t number of votes shall end when a8tb day made. velb. of the .year Attest-. J-PT.nTT.TtBHT.City '{ nc" Isrrer co ts.. Other are thasvtra ... '
my In of
a. the official seat theeof. this lOrd day. pBOPOSFD AMENP'ENTS: o. ...! tOIL on that ef Tuesday tb-a .. .. ,Apri.,..,,..A n, ";- JI '1 He dUlles and the compensa- Clerk. labor, extra noticing room and' _extra. a
, October A. of. Attorney shall 'besuch' Approved thla-" day of Novem capital . 2.
. t-i1AflTERPoWENa OF Tilt TOWN I the next highest number of votes shall the City .ih reatr! _
. .
. --- S J_' I uyektWLREET.Clerk. or C'TY end the first of April a* shall be fixed b the City.mnmmi..ino her A D.'IMS.(8KAM To te *vH' .
(Circuit.. ourt Sn\ ,. .K..UIIIF . D. '.1118 o and that TuoaaF'candidate A. i . ''i H., U. MAT. givestho'points : ,
: 1U > bens rthe
S S 1" Butok Po C. 1. The fjnrpir.t. of . !. uel lu* tliB.tlilrtt nlgheH_ number of !$. No person appinte by .the O-St. ,Ma & 5. properly looked, 'exhbit. de .
'KR''RI' by' the ; to
Commission '
t now known as the Town of Klsslmmee vote ahal on the first Tuesday .mpl.y'
S 1., Complainant.. 47-., City shall hereafter City ot of ,. "e tlt4. the City Manager shall for' terminingpoor layer or a rood lay-'
-, ,, ; -e \ b KI.lm prl A.1 tT..tter". for tn'the Circuit- Court. In and-for Oseeola' ,
i2 employed a
.- t- - m.\\ term of I'.a term of otfo.. er ar. Tbes point'ar.'qulcklyalesrned\ ,
. have hall be. for. ..' O..eralelection. period of exceeding" one year County.Florida.. la Chanceryr _ _
AND I. The City of threeyears. tl"
' S 'u TRR'MC ,. 'COUflT.1l' t.II and'i t exerciseall XI..lm"e.. .ba.S now shall b b.Jd'on the from -t..ppat..nt .01 em-, ' Mary vL.. ..,-Cmpllnaat versus Bill and ar men'o,inereakinjf, 'prAt.rol .{ ,,
pwer Bmma Jones. et '
OtNTY. "Lnltl> oC : : '
.( vested In the-Town of City I..t. Bataleay' 11 March : el a.pd.nt. putr. .,
! CIIANCRItYl Wlil. under Special and also filled . . the, City Manager nor I te Quiet Title. -,.
or year l
. J-rmtrmv .ner. Ac. : TO' NON-RE9IDKNTa -
:7 ,< ispIMat. vs. begin > -tb* City Commission I .SHERLOCK '
inch ." further as shall such- election to on any NOICJ DIN-
mbr- ,
\ : :
, ,._& i 5jr_ .t *.Itespe.d..ta. Bill **etTitle. hereafter be conferred municipalities following' hall or:)Indirectly' U The Florida Te:< Bmma-Jone 1 _ _

f" . ..\ tOD.1 'Jene. deCeased *
,unddrtkagen.raI" lawse.ashall ahalrr be- such ested In-any ef. the contract by /. ,
: r 'NOTICB -T:'NON-RBBIPfcWTa-- hereafter .said Ot-'C.I.loner shall fix.' the City nor-shall they a.,tc er .tl..I.I. t'e propertyhereinafter' et' Iteek : '
"Be _
b-.oDrer'upn amoult ; To OlSen, : b 2o Q
" .xoe.d'LOO fee each'meetingand Irm or corporation so I.t..t J I .bro.

' !(,. 9."Bt't lt'.ld. to>i Aaron all Jernl-ran chief. 0. Til lt.mH.o.ernm."t bF.plal City '4fKlsslmmee net'to ..e..a.'o for.any MVS 'I II. n..4ut..r'CtF' Klsslmmee and If lag living Interests and I d.a al prl.ellm. know Ie Itr"c..t t111 -,.
\ I d..d Only
-j I Idng. AaronJernlgan. .. a CIty resisted re- I .
flee;, .U b month" .baUdevciveupon. eeaced. or otherwise the property "E '
Iner..t. a Commissioner City *. now be-M -
dUOS- t AjJ-rlmw .
otherwise.In Cm".lo. . 01 .I. '. beretaseftedeeerl which ta the tl
1- :
Sr.d- shall flee utiL.kta aM City ', '
. J 1N the. .. 4..lbel', t .IWb .n .aI8e, t tn.. hol 4 ..r St. All the erdlaaaee now ia for property .described IB .But/ of Cvm,.. ,a that p. .
' ,, T* Moee* Barber,, I 1.lo., .I t..1 .ur .ar.s" .u4e.1' I IS f I: .- / .'- ':: r /y -. ..', J. ? _

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SOME, OF THE FLOWERING( ..'.f..,. ,,"'" 0 o. 0-0;,


T'successfully treat the following diseases SPECIAL NOTICE if unqueatlonable (By .Moves Folsom) : Perfect Satisfaction OveranYeedHAlli 5 M

HK 'fay the most scientific, advanced kill,, earnest efforts, fidelity to obligations The magnolia a'great tree In,Florida .. WORK--: -A.--SPECIALTY. .* W

method., which are universally Indorsed: and an established reputation in represents one of the largest, 0 Phone 285 105 Park Ave.. '

lUIeumaUal'lto.ladder. accomplishing results! together with types of flowers. The tree itself with 0 O"O""OOOttt .
Slott.. Affections, scientific equipment, years of experience, its bright Waxy green foliage Is a (aa4+ .O"\\

'..' Contracted appeal to your intelligence and discretion stately object, but when the spring
s Uric Acid Diaeaaea brings out its splendid flowers) often
; Stomach and Kidney : 'n in the selection 'of a physician to treat with a spread of eight or ten inches B''. DICKERSONCONTRACTOR '. ; A->
Troubles Diseases Men, + you, come to see me and investigate'my of snowy .whiteness,. and possessing :This proven remedy
i Blood! Poison t 'ot'treatment is a remarkable fragrance, the sight is AND BUILDER,
All Chronic and } ; )) advanced system which ,
; chucko colds before they develop "
pleasure to all lovers
( Epilepsy, Lingering' Diseases : supreme Vl
universally indorsed. No incurable cases 1'
? Blood and Skin tn , of'the beautiful in nature. Into snious allme ta. It Bricklaying, Lathing,'Plastering,
Diereses Catarrh .,.... accepted, no false promises made no One of the finest of Florida per oothM. tired, scratchy throats,. Painting f
Diseases/ Forms, glittering, impossible guarantees given. fumed1 flowers is the Cape Jassamine JOOMHS disagreeable phlegm' No. 121 Brack Street, Kissimmee .,
Women, Catarrhal and Other "" 1 adtertlne what 1 do-I do'what I advor.Use. with beautiful waxy green foliage.Its and soon breaks up the sold .

z Pelvic andCatarrhs Discharges,. Charges -reasonable, terms arranged counter part is the Camelia Japonica Mow-don't let your cold linger .
Ifr Pile. Fistula r= to suit patient's convenience. Call with. equaly charming bloom on-ask your druggist for_ 7. F, :KRIBB3: W. J. 8TBBD

Cnon- peritl lve>) (No Knife) FLF.TCTER and Investigate my advanced sys and foliage, but scentless. The former KRIBBS & STEED
OR : .allow is a spring- bloomer, while the lat. .
-I do not any .
coiurnctfddlttpaara DILIONG'S ulswoovExY:
Hpiicfnl attention gfvon; to BIVN SpecialUit: deceptive omislendin
h CntnrnJial <1l ch rnblood lI.' or unbusinesslike ter sends out its attractive flowers to Atteraey ..< Cmmmmrl mt Law
And thin dtaun!. "..9. .PIle. cured without assertions!' or statements. to enter into my grace the winter time, like the Poinsettia -a syrup forcoughs&'cvkuWANTD FI.rl.
or,"r9I1nn. announcements. with its \volRh.>rful pendants, of SraeraX practice I. all State a.1
II...... Stale Vearta.
A VISIT WILL TELL Sick people who contemplate fithinjr\ treatment tan come to my offices for red.Another beautiful is the .
personal inter\l and explanation of their condition. .
Crepe Myrtle, with its curled and
DR. FLETCHER L. BROWN crumbled bloom, making> the midsummer -ft:-GARRETr=-*-- .:..:

Hours, 9 to 6; Sundays, 10 to 1. Rooms 15-18 U. S. Trust Building, Comer Laura and The Oleander radiant, 'with a tub pink.plant in the ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW .. '

Forsyth Sts. Entrance, 25 Laura Street Jacksonville, Fla. north, is a' shade tree in Florida, Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank

where! in various colors, it has the ... Building.KI33IMMKE .
of huge_bouquets. And .
i '-'----_ -..__-__-u,-__.._--_ .___._,...____, -__ "----. .' --, --.-,----- the .name is true of the Jassamine ww..vvrWe FLORIDA '

YOtJ'*LL--LlKE-TUJS-.ONE-J Domonstratlons by extension workTliirthe I KEEN-yINTEREST SHOWN IK 11\1.1 and Japonica. want a .reliable man "
Palms their best, in
-- too, are -
-- l
-" methods and importne -< -----PRO VED-M ETI I OD--BOJ.L--J .
Tourist In R. R. RestaurantTabp spraying fruit trees have resulted in CONTROL FI1J111fa-with--1.heir--1onJ: -to--represent--us--in the Telephone.--Ofde.;, Res. .:
sandwiches to take with ( WEEVIL arms, and ferns, wonderful in size ; idence. No. (IS. '
p ham please, -m hrchards being sprayed on over ,
--- and sale of and
and decorative '
f variety, plants, bewddering'.4n monuments
v me.Walter 37,000 farms-in 1921. accpr(3lng.t9.jre-( ..-"-Few developments--. (yellinir to kitchen-Trav- to the United States depart- : _
-- ports tural field have aroused 'as much in- ty. Then the citrus trees add variety --tfe atl fiCS'1nutss---- ---.DRI'L'L; -WlL1CEltSONfL:
tllng pigs l pair. ment of agriculture.
r terest as the announcement n short profit health, usefulness, beauty
-- ,- 'I I time ago of the development of ave. and perfume. mee and surrounding I DHNTIflT. .

ry satisfactory nnd cheap method of I Florida, too, is a paradise of roses territory. Pleasant -and I Office Over The Rexall Store. ',))0
controlling the boll weevil in fields many of them winter bloomers, of ; :
ADAMS of upland cotton /grown under Florida myriad colors sizes and varieties, very profitable work.
conditions. I land ,lillies .rival those of Bermuda.
1 Both state and government officials! Climbers grow to the housetops in a Write at once for ag'ency. -
!! have commented most favorably upon i I single 1 suu< JEWELRY { the simplicity and the apparent importance I a wonder and specimen are to be .
of the method developed by seen sending its brunches a hundred Income Tax Returns or other accountant -. :
1 the state plant board. The officers of :, feet high covering: oak and other work.
F .I the plant board and the experiment I trees with a splendor of bloom, a rare Room 18, State Bank BnildingI t

station!; at Gainesville have been nearly picture in the landscape. ATLAS MARBLE GO.
J COMPANY i I swamped with requests for the I I The Bougainvillea! when trained as I-JESSIE D. KLEINMAN
1,1 i bulletin describing this method. In- i climbers, spreads' in masses and produces -
I formation already received from various I, a most striking effect. Then Ball Ground, Ga. 4
I parts cf north Florida indicate the Ititrnonm climbs most luxuriantly DR. R.. J. DENNING ,
Finest quality Read It! I that the method will be used on thousands I and has different: colored blooms depending DENTIST '

I* Lowest prices j I of acres of Florida cotton next I upon variety. The nurserymen : Over the Poatof ce. '
1 .
a ueason. | can supply nature lovers"with OFFICE HOURS ,"
to .
1 provisions have been made to kinds. of flowering 11:10 1:10 t ft. ....'
I Ample i I numerous improved SALE Residence Phone 174- :
Diamond Set Look at insurance pol supply every cotton farmer i') Florida : plants while, there are many dial FOR -ol&ce ,
Platinum your I with the 72-page bulletin which fully -I tind'e shiubs and plants, desirable Phone 1U ,. {

Gold sand 'icy. Find out what a valuable I describes the experiments by which for generous;: cultivation' in home FIVE ROOM HOUSE
this method of controlling the weevil I plots that lire native to Florida and
1 1 r Jewelry I document it really is, was developed as well as specific directions I glow wild in the woodlands and can with water P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEYATLAW ..
j I for making use of it. Further i easily be transferred from wild fturI :
Fine Watches what a wonderful service it information may be obtained by writing I I roundings, where they too often light, and hath; two "'
I I ;
...., ..J. --, I J the State Plant Board, at Gaines bloom unseen by human eyes. porches, all screened; Garage OFFICES

;J-, : ,. ,. Clocks represents.The 'Ille. Florida. The'I" Tlii-iti too, is I1r9 right api>at"miu home. andBEARING Winter Park. Florida _, Z\\

Silverware A Woman's BackThe rieties of these graceful and gigantic ..;
Cut Glass'Stationery name of the company I glasses growing: in height from 10 FRUIT TREESOn .OOOO OtOOOOO..OO.O..... ,
is the most im- to 40 feet. They are cut for fish poles, 00
portant part. Are you The of This Kisslmmee Woman and when young, green and tender high ground ; in nice 00 TURNER MARBLE A GRANITE *
Is of Great Value j the long leaves make good stock feed. neighborhood brick i I '
; and Novelties insured in the Hartford 'I| The large growing varieties make ; on COMPANY, TAMPA .*. .
i Fire Insurance Company Many a Roman's back has many gocd wind breaks and tall hedges and road. If you want to buy a MONUMENTS\ y
aches and pains. j are adapted for growing in ditches 4.
Prompt Attention home I have it for you at a .
Ofte<*timcs 'tis the kidney's fault. and water courses. They can be 00 M. J.
Crowder Kissimme'
;, to mail orders. . 'That's why Doan's Kidney Pills are planted in clumps or masses with bargain. See the owner, Agent, *
; so effective. | very pretty effect. Like grains, it is ... I
Many Klnelmme6 women know this. hollow between \he joints. The Bami :\-
Adams Go Call on this agency Mrs. L. B. Tyner, 22 Dillinghamavenue boo, technically known as Bambusa, :.
K* Jewelry Klssimrnee, says: : "I was suffering .is; used for many purposes in Japan \ '
from a lame back and other and grows as' freely-in Florida ''as. it 403,, Vine St., Corner. RoyalRheumatism CITY : t

"Gifts that last" CARSON FARMER symptoms of kidney trouble. WhenI I j does in the islands 7,000 miles away II ... .
went too get out of a chair a catch across the Pacific. It is one of the ' T
tGIr"Franklin' St. : took me in tHft"Braall\ .of- back and fastest' growing plants known. Under '
,' "The Insurance :Man". I had to brace Myself on lilt e arms of,. favorable conditions/ it has been MEATJARKET ,1 :
'..'$4-Tampa; : a' chair in order to straighten 'J felt f known to add a foot or more to itsheight1 .
'. ."'h'0.>.:",. ,,'/ "J ,.'V.t. ". .' r..:.. IS. Over t IlobemoiTa, ,', : ',Ural More. . tired and played out and I suffered 'in 24 hnurdIn Japan house / . '/1
97t/4'11ro.dw.y '
--, ,- .. --, _. .-- -- head. 'I read about Doan's Kidney used'for making rafts, masts boxes ; d ,
.1" Pills in the paper and bought some at and a great variety of useful arti- '
I' Minick's Drug; Stcre. Doan's rid "me cles. It is practically indispensable o. VegetablesPhone
JThC> :JDt1pscc>> JD&. 1'of the backache and other trouble and to the little yellow men. '
l' felt much better." I To call off the names and colors of -

f , ._ I Price, OOc, at nil dealers. Don't 'the flowering and useful trees, shrubs, 44 .
:F. Funeral Director I simply ask. for a kidney remedy-*(fetOoun's ,vines and plants of Florida would fill ,
::S'r.'and Ctiaplon Licensed ; ) Kidney Pills-the Fame! that columns of space. ,.
Mrs. Tvner had. Foster-Milburn Co., I But a condition, not a theory, confronts ---'-
fr A Si".,.,.. Sr,npafANle. $.,,,;.,. 10 R.nJ.r.J I "".frs.-lJuffalo. N. Y. I us, and that is our forest
J; Sttteort A'..Patrons.. BAIT wealth- is fast!! disappearing. Our hD.4.t 400.OM'+66b4000000000
USE KILL CUTWORMS commercial trees from which busi-

Kurrmm" High Grade Ambulance Service at'Callia I '.r - I.neegetS' its lumber. for houses, M. TILLER

, Office: S4( 14fONES Residence: 78 ships, furniture, crates, barrels paper -
R Ordinary' cutworms which attack etc., is being: cut much faster Real Estate! Agency I i -
L 'such plants as cabbage and beets cannot than new material growing. It is arms and eases ,
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be like which **% \ % % %%%w
I the opinion of experts who have mad J1rff blond coursing through
cat the forage of plant and'many a study fo the situation that unless Realty Bought and sold.. .
I farmers ami gardeners have considered something is done at once. tht United congested spot.This relieves Hotise rented. "
T ;BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY an outbreak of these worms a* States will be depletedof pressure and soreness. The i pain
practically In-Its is Taxes paid and Titles
meaning the end of their crops. How their forests within the next/ quar- place warm verifiJ; J w
.. J ever a remedy has been discoveredand ter of a century. This warning has '''' glowing comlort: ed for non-residentsi.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS J. R. Watson, entomologist of the Try Sloan"on ruined and I hruinnduniclc '
been sounded time and again by the ; ... ItallaiwnouraltiMandhiKlLach Fire Life and' Accident In-
Florida experiment station strongly United States forest service, whose toniit u*cold in cbwrt. Keep
e, WOOD,'BRICK, STONE, recommends its use in Florida.In agents are safeguarding the remaining $ ranee. '-.
\ "'" STEEL, STUCCO speaking of the remedy,Professor national forests against pillage bandy.Stoat.IJnlmeAt4jhlLcpain' / Indemnity Bonds.

5 u -N.14V.BAS' ::' ( JACK BASS aration Watson says and "The application mixture' should be and fire.are not The encouraging prospects, for under the present future - ., - -- .... . ....o.. ..... . . .. 1
----- -
r 822.Royal! 'Stre t".1 615 Sproule Avenue thoroughly damp but not sloppy; 'so indifferences. Not only are tl>e
that it will fall in-nne fiakese when forest trees going, -but in many localities NOVELTY WORKS AND

w - -----.,----- sown broadcast over'the field or gar- in various states, the fruit trees LUMBER YARDGOING' NEID'S' HEALING .. .
den. It should be after BATHS
put out sunset are dying. During the last census
so that it will remain moist all period it was found that from 1910
"EVERGLADES. LIMITED" night .lf DOwn it will fall -
properly to 1920 there was a decrease of 50: '
ti AND' ----------... in small flakes that will not be dangerous percent in the number of orchardtrees. Recommended for Rheumatism and '
'''f to poultry and other birds. At one time there were many Lb all kinds of Skin Diseases and Stomach tJ.
"TAMPA SPECIAL"OP "This poisoned !bait is composed of: pear and peach tree. in' Florida, but TO Troubles. ..
,v, \ TILE Bran 20 pounds, cottonseed meal 5 most of them are dead. These fine 1 r,
,:! ) ATLANTIC COAST LINE ocunda, parts green 1 pound. (Different fruits are now being shipped into Also mineral water for drinking -

>Jt Jj" ,. rTk' Staadar4) Railroad at .... ....h ai Qunts may be use! but Florida from other states and money BUILD I purposes. .. '
should be in the same proportion.) that might be in the bank on interestor
, I
$. f.
,... ...- Mix these theroughly while they are used for other purposes, goes .out NEio
; !: CHAS.
? ,:"" AND.JACKSONVILLE dry and then add 2 1-C gallons of to pay for them. OwnerOrder
p., .-rr,.'it y water and 2 quarts of syVpp. Broadcast The tree planting season is at handin Jnr 5
,1. ) AND TAMPA From
'I or scatter the mixture alone'! the Florida. Plant tree this fall or .firQiw --r--
4Y'i .TNw' HI IGYI'ItULAUIC"I..II.T..JIU"II.Y N...... "iws or about the bases of the plants. winter for each member of your fam + ,Phone 208 Kisalmmee,. Florida ,
,,' Tito P.M. | L... Bo.ton (Ked'l Kxp) :NTT> :rH.:A H. R. U. Ar. 1.U A.M. to be protected." ily. Do this and a million trees will\ 'i)
. r 1IS A.M., I Lv. New York (Penn Station) Penn. gyitem-.Ar., IS:ZS A.M. "
;If( .1 9:2e: A.M. i.L.... Waahlnirton n. P. P. R. n.____________Ar.niclitnond. ':80 P.M. Cutworms are the almost hairless! be added to the state's assets. They
I." ''1>;4I P.M. ILTT:4 ; A C. 14 R. R....T-----------\ Ar. 1:10: .M. te-pilN's of several species of will be growing when your babies are OLD FOLKS NEED ;"
.;Lf,'. Y Ar. ,Jaek. nYllle, A. C. t> RIRT_-__n__..__..Lv. 8.10: PM. moths.. Their eggs: are laid mostly on grown-upln the meantime fumishinor >
') ; Ma. _l.:: :.. 1 i : TAMPA. ftJPBriAl;:::UAltY __ N.. 112'IJ.f .ra"a In heavy sod land. The larvae shade for the passerby and restIng -
''wne: c ,fn. 7ackaonvllla.. A. C. U R. R._.___________Ar. 'lU: PM.'t fend on-the grars. Consequently, cutworms places for birds. Later thev wilt! Cypress Pine and Cedar. NOT BE FEEBLE
I -J1J: A.M.{ii Ar..'Palatka.. A. C. I.. R. R..__.________-___,-I-". 15:; 1'.111. are mrnt troublesome on granny : downIn .
he worth A tree cut
money. was
.q ,li: n ll. '.),(. "',"M.8anford.'A.. C. L R. R.iir"ziini"LviJt. .:01 P.M. lands. When'.ue" land Is plowed South Florlda"HnotJon w.1"2:1'. ".M.:'""JAr" Orlando,.A. C. 1* \._..._...._,__,_.__I.if. 1:11: P.M. the natural food of the caterpillars is made more than 20,000 feet of lumber Weinke Willow: and Door I IF'O\I\ are "getting along in yeara"don'tneed rj
: U' 'A"i JCIaalmm' **, A.-C., L. R. R.___--.-.-______L.V.lxikUnd. ._1:11 P.M. cut off and they are forced to concentistg and sold for over $1,000. Parents to sit in a chimney: .
i :>t; j AC A. i.r 1114 corner and dream of the day when
.::01 1>>.)(.' f' An ,A.. C. L.. R. R.--_.__L.V. 1111: r.M. on plants set cut later. i iLETS ho want to le Eraraes, !
4:17: P.M.'s J Ar. Plant City. A.' C.' U R. R....;._-...-...,-- .... ,.I;IO P.1\(. their, .children should plant t e. t ,
BUD THIS ONE ONTO nHvoi* xyAndgll lyol es saidt "When Keep your blood rich and pure and

d "11" qp ..... 'll.4>l_ C.*..'between. 'Boaton"'Waahlnsrlon.' ,-kaonvllla and OURS we plant a tree, we are doing.what AH kinddOf ItiterlorFinIsh. system built up with .Code's.
-r"..:' Tampw N.w.. Tork.-Waahlnarton and JackaonrtlU.; -- weeattonake;oar planet a 'more
OVmulgee. Ok1a. Dee::1A' stronger,'Vnnn.and livelier than '
.. Akron,to JackaonvlIa and T mpa.. hen wholesome'and happier dwelling .' 'All k1uds'of8crecnsLotus you .' g.
,' which laid tree in five minutes have for years. Get; it 'today and *.- -
e' Dl.l.dC.e Nr.lep'Nertk-of ..Jaekonym.. esrps! ., *
t placa.'lo, those whocome*
: '' us, '
+, i "'i .......1 ......., a.d'Ob.ert.t/ee Car..: (er.41-! a.rwle.h'3aekioevllle!, has. attracted .the attention of Jloul.t if not for ourselves" L ._after : 'figure k, i,watch the result. ,0YOW' ?
f ,,.' .4'1- .-It' ;1! Ii. and \T.nopa\ farmers end brought not .a few you druggist hasGude'tilquidcc'tablets '
,' r.......''.......1_ Cadsec.t.W.klsalpnaod.. \ : --JaeVsonTtllW: 'h.{ hlq'IIlriee' to' iU owner; Mrs' N .V' New York city isthe'm.stAimnort-- fintlre 'J-I; use"13111! ,as you prefer.; : _....;..._.. J.' .1'
P y.,Caafc" .-Beet.ii D4"Waelaln"'o..i'Jaokaomrllla -Tampa; Pohnnnon.; 'Mrs.ABobannon.aaid'twoof "nti veaeh market of -the:*United '"1')"
+ i ,. .*'indi' ... .them i were i joined 'together./' : The '
h- For"r! 'aar atloaii -rurtbr .Unlara..loaU, .a tkeusderaIgned? States,' receiving' more carloads>, I 3ude's .
4. ' other was of normal 'alie.. .I' I peaches than other''' market ''ac-i . J.). .,
,. any ;
x J........ __ ,.WI', .tORAHAlC, .TUkat,Aarit.'a.21.:+ K1..lmms.'Floriday._ (cording to the United ,State department CO.
.r #' ., ,Dix Pi'TtMBtu!' ., KJRKLANT.Pbo: UII.). t.>lT.HHUboro Paaa. Arcnt JJ tel, rss., (("''tidy relieves Colds of agriculture.' During .',tteb ROBT" ;. : ;:. ,pept arigan,. '

w t ' orlft, 'l'&m "" -- fib-iaGt f Onstinatloni; n;:' ht:.. f.tIlUett8OlJ.Jnrl; as many '
I( f., .r_.. !,! r' 'I". ', ""' . ., ,. a.-FlOI14&.p"...d. ", tHeadachepr las. M)0) .can. ..were. '. ceivbddurIngbnlf: ; ":Ncivelt Works .,;Ionic and Blood E ricJa.g,.'* :. .f1t'
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... THE: KlSeaiMKB L I J VALLEY 'lF:k_. ....:PlAYr:. !'d6.11:: M:, ., ,. ,.. ., ... '

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w 'I and str.; = XsvOVllr| the .wnr't*> a.e.Arni" '>lii'" 3 B.>< .. ...
R4L ha d .. m exhibit the four'f ayr ...- rdmt fe '''''J IftM : ?' I l ',I ,t ,, '
; .
-"" the owner'w1.h.. to eont..t the Juetl !
A [AGRICULTURAL j'j beat I Save back your beat .*'f'tbe I.paa4l>siortb: .' aio ntoC I

POINTERSH. ,i ihays, .aPr cane,1,*forage crops.of an f..* or'chera mad''*u the"same I ,
t kind.ap __ eJtru fruits and be' man .'wlthla th. aald four
!T \ 4ars appeal before'the tqayer'who'
H. WILSON.COUNT AGENT other irnttsiw4 ether products ''of ball hear and. trtnln e tk.. matters I ,
SANITMWDAIAYCO ""' the farm rod I imajr\\ hare, with the ,Wh n the owner hall and mall -therel
'' i prise'poultry, docks, turkeys, 'and a*. of say animal stv.
t vTldcno
y satisfactory of ownership to
! : MILK fr ICE CREAM rue wiettingeawayefroom* the pet.animals. ; The pig club boys will the Chad of Police the animal shall b*
I old idea that the grow must be plow- be expected to show their pigs and lad upon payment, of th. fellow.Ing i(
ed a bov all, let the ladles be ready with f...: For Impound 'any buLl,
every year to turn under the
ium- Three Dollar for
.. mer-ffrown cover crop but their fancy work of all descriptions cow..t*.r. oalf*:, hone. Impoundingany ass, mule, she.p,
I # : the 'grower. if double discing, Inate.d'i I and products canned, from the farmor oat or hog, Tw. Dollar.1 For faafnc -
hor and mule had
the"\Oecetation all home* gardens *** asses per
to piece, ..
manand for each f d. Fifty Cnti for feeding
fertilizing<< Keep the fair in mind. One ,
working the fertilizer in other animal per head for each feed,
with the acme harow. The last work ,woman can't put on a creditable Twenlr-nye CentFor writing and
ing with the exhibit without the aid of. everyonein posting three .noU_. of : '
harow 'WIll leave the anima
the.. *' cent. For the ale of each YOLKS +WHITES -. E6G-
grove in good county.e' ,.
shape for future tw ntr-1 oenii; and for advertising, .
rowing throughout the winter and If-you have Something for the exhibit the cost-of the *am.."
spring. The best call or write the county,agentin Section 1T() SALE: If any animal
reasons given for
Impounded hall not be redeemed
Kissimnteo leave notice the ao-
this practice is saving the at the. aectlona, the .Chiefof j
cording to
many For
SWING TOWARD small roots of the t tree cutting the office of the St. Cloud Tribune, in St. polio shall sill It at public auction l, ,every egg'yolk: in a hen's, body .tI'
'. Cloud. Miss< Alblna Smith home at the olty pound. after advertisingthe
HEALTH vegetation up so.,that it decomposes she must have white
demonstration agent 'will take care ale not leu than tw..nty'our enough to complete :

1 added'In a short amount time o>,,giving humus the in the tree soil an of, department, and I urge''' that hour published prior In thereto the city In some newspaper. and lay an: egg., If,her feed lacks,material

1'1 that will help conserve. the soil moisture you keep in touch with her DISPOSITION OF PROCEEDS:' 'The for whites she :absorbs ,the excess yolks and
I :! Swine your family toward Chief of Polio pay Into the City
j in case of a dry spring qnd an- proceed of the sale, af III
NEW too fat to "Boarders" don't
Tr..a.urr.the gets lay. 3r
: ,{ Health and Safety.. other important fact that the dine "HUMIDITY OF the feeding. even pay
and harrow is cheaper in that-yon> REDEMPTION: If the owner-shall for:,the feed they eat. :

I ., .Ask_ us to deliver\ .your c.nao: overthe: grove much quicker When the'new congress assembled within give aatlfactoryproof twelve month after ownership sale, the

MilkaridCreimLIt'.. .LiI thanwith..theplowiolowinge .with there were 290 congressmen who net proceed of sale, after paying allfees . Y-----Purina-Mahes
1 dry"and133whoare-wet/-Jrc. ... shall to :
the harrow. Be sure that put andexpenses. 1.-
you Hcns'Pay'Purina
pure, rich and Mholer him, otherwle. they'shall belong-:-to
( blocks on the disc so it will not cut cording to an announcement by Dr. the city. .

, some over three inches. ? I I I Clarence True Wilson, Washington PENALTY FOR STOCK RUNNING PURINA
Plant some winter rye for your win- D. G, corresponding sectary of the AT LARGE: Whoever ownIng or having Hen Chow and',ChiCken pj

ter pasture now. 'This prating crop I 1 I of temperance,. prohibition and ,charge ,of any horse, mule, age., Chowder fed tt'
ANiTARYDAIRYA1 likes pubic morals.Dr. goat bull. steer cow or other cattle together 111.11
4 cool weather. It will .give or hog, shall allow the same to fo at
...; LEE ROGERSpRop an ample gracing pasture for all live I Wilson in a telegram; says, large at any tint. within the corporate more eggs because they contain we-
k stock through the winter. Broadcast "The wets re-elected--to the House 79 limit hall b.. flnd an amount equalto -
jpeo of'both ''white'nricfyolk
tt' members and the re-elected 224. the fee or fee which would b. nec plenty
UP 1/fll'man' bushel ,. drys .
one .to the acre for a good.''''' to rltR..-.uch Block If the .
Wet new'members. to-tbe-lIouI8';rot -' elements..
stand.If same were Impounded.. Bui Ji6 J>sr on -- -
: t 3 '.. you fertilize the grove now for Representatives are. 54 and the dry hall be liable to prosecution under They will more'
. the fall new members are 72. The drys also thee section 11 the stock ha been get, eggsTor
fertilization use a formula r
taken up and Impounded going at you'or
low in ammonia and high in phosphoric pinedrotea\ in the senate.Accord- lar,,".. ,_ your money Pl1RINA 3
acid and potash Ammonia ing to Dr. Wilson's statement there RECORD: From and after the psssage paid for the Chowa will be It

makes the growth while the phosphoric are 183 congressmen who are wet of this'ordinance It shall be the refunded. Start feeding i CHICKEN
duty of the clerk to keep a record of .'
acid and potash makes the and 296 who are dry. aIL .tock Impounded In the City of note
LUDENSMENTHDL 1 1I tree harden for the winter firm Dr. Wilson -also says,"Ohio's majority Kissimmee,'with description thereof CHOWDER
fruit that will hang'on and againstbeerwas :one hundredand by. kind, gender, flesh' marks and
/ marV* and brands it any, togetherwith
tree eighty-seven thousand. California -. r.a.-r
the combination of the will the name of the owner when II i
have a decided influence on the next pa.aed""the bone-dry Wright law kn.owi and the disposition made of the II aIu II G
I COUGH DROPS N N I 11 a r31 k
thousand. r
spring bloom. Where the trees are with a maJority' of 'sixty stock .and amount of money If anycollected -
There is alump in prohibition I therefor. Such record to b*
holding a big crop now, and trees any j
kept In a book the form of which
/or frcse and throat that do not have a good color, should where. AU the wet results were from hall be approved by the street com-
have the'fall application jn order to wet places. No dry democrat was de mittee. '
feated. That was the test this year" REPORTING STOCK: It shall bathe
Give Relief store plant food this winter for
Quick up duty of the Chief of Police or any
the spring: bloom. It won't make AN OIJPINANCR policeman Impounding, stock to reportthe
bearing wood now, but the wood made same to the clerk within twenty- FLORIDA FEED STORES
four hour. after the same were im.pounded
last An Ordinance Amending flections
aumtrer will respond more read-
.. ... on blank to be furnlhed by
- ---- - ---- 174 and ITS of the Hsvlsed Ordinances
from fertilizer
ily applied now.or of the City of Kissimmee. OwmlaCounty the city for the purpose giving all ..
earlier than this date. needed Information for keeping the '
Cures MalariaChills Florida, by further regulatingthe 10.
Running at Large of Animal above records.DELIVERY .

:66'G and Fever, Dengueor Why feed the slacker hen high 1 City Within of Kissimmee.the Corporate Limit ot the to the: owner No stock except shall on*e payment delivered ". 306 Broadway

Bilious Fever. priced feed? If you are in the poul BE IT ORDAINED-- BY THE CITY of full pound fee or on the written -
try game, cull the flock taking COUNCIL Of THE CITY Of KI88IMMEB order of the Mayor which writtenorder
_. _ __ _
u slacker hens to the market. Then : shall be filed with the Clerk.1' TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
Section li All Ordinances,
Section 1: That flection 174 and 17f I orparts . ,
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! are slacker hens in. every flock ao of the) Revised Ordinances of the City 'of Ordinance In conflict wltb ,the '.I.
don't think it is needless work tot of Klsslmmee OsceolaCounty, Florida above sections, be and thee same are d

Place your orders for veneer blocks you. My flock in the yard at home I be and the same are hereby amended .. hereby Read repealed.first time November Ith

1'1011'1; 120 blocks 15-inch delivered for was culled last week, and out of 80 "Section to read a 174* follow: IMPOUNDING.: 'Ph. leis, and a read a second and third time

93.16; 12-inch blocks; 296. Split for hens' we found five hens that were Chief of Police or any person may December ith, and passed In open>> *...-
' stove-wood, guaranteed full stransj slackersand away to the market Impound any horse, mule .... goat, .Ion. this tth day: of December, A. D. 218TWOONEEIGHT

IS-inoh for $3.35. 12-inch for $3.15. they went. Now I am getting *. bull steer, cow or other cattle or hog IMS. A. a GILBERT.
running at large at time within
Get your winter's supply now. All many eggs as before feeding 25 hens. the corporate limits. any The Impounding Attest: President of Council.
-aeHvered;Phone 91;; 616 Brack street.J. instead of 30 hens and since then the shall be In the city pound.PROCEEDINGS J. R. GILBERT City Clerk. .... ........... '
. Bonin. 44-tf hens have more room, and will giveme ON IMPOUNDING: : Approved this eta. day of Dec, mi.JI. ) '
When any animal Is Impounded the 'R. MAY ( EAL C. F. PHIPPSJ.IL PHIPPS'
a beter record. Chief of Police shall wltbout unnecessary Sl-St Mayor. ;
The production of tobacco in the delay notify the owner If known {
United States for 1922 is The county agricultural! exhibit will and It unknown he shall post not less AN ORDINANCE PHIPPS BROTHERS' GARAGE:

1,855,456,000 pounds, closely approximating be held in Kissimmee on January 17 than three notice/ -one at the clerk' "
J I office, one at the city pound and one An Ordinance to Require the Reglstratlon 1 rOIL
the five year average of 1- 18, 19 and 20. St. Cloud and Kissim In.some other public place, giving description of Motor Vehicles with the GENERAL REPAIRS and ACCESSORIES

377,866,000 pounds. mee with the, other sections of the of the animal, and requiringM"WESOLICITASIREOYOllR,1USIN. .. City Clerk of the Townof-KlsslmmeeBB
Section 1. That every per in who r
owns or operates an automobile or PHONE 171 KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA y

-I other motor vehicle In the City of Kis ...... ........ .. .. .o.o..o.... ......... .. ..
ESSi simmee within flv. day after reoeivIng "
a State licence and numr-et for .
operating the same under the La.-ST
'lli )t this State or within five day after H. HAROLD RUNE M. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON..
- -- --- begin 'almll '
he shall such operation? President Vice,President,, ''Go .Tr.... ;
annually register automobile,( or "
1918 1922 other motor, vehicle In the Of Ice of Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayer Poaltrv SoppCetHonest.Goods
: I IWE the City Clerk of the City, giving tho '
IN. tJ'te name of the car the type of machine, , Fair Price Prompt' 'Shlpsseal. .. ,, -
", t the of make, the engine number.the Ask Your Neighbor .lie Knows ',*' ,.
licence number the residence '.
'," ,", -I'" { I address 'of the and 'hi* residence
owp.r, \
I t \ ( " .:, ' ,'. '\ ,
( ", ,. ,( ,, ,
, "
"" ,, '1', and business telephone number,
.I'r\ ., r ,: y ,IIj:',,$ '!t(""t\W.\'h\ \ ;a .' t '';", ,, . It any. E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.. Jacksonville, FieriJa.INSURANCE. ., :
$10.500 : WROTE Section 1: Every" person who operates ill'
a. an automobile or other motor ..
ANNOUNCING vehicle In the Town of KlsslmmeeCltv > .
.pFIRE for the period of five day.. or more
OVER which I* duly licensed by any other '" .;
State or by the District of ..Columbia.shall .
i within five day after bringingthe
same Into the City, register" If In / of
INSURANCE y : - '- - $400,000 the Office of the City Clerk of theCityr
: 'UR' ; asprovided" .In- rforegotnir I i

Section. '
.. Section X. At the time of regl.trai i THAT PROTECTSSERVICE t-: '
Lion the City Clerk shall Issue to the
owner, without charge. a registration ,
tag' or plate on which shall appear '
Xe name of 4he. city the year, and the [ .
t FOURTH ANNIVERSARY City registry number In the office of ,
the City Clerk. which tag or plate .
shall at all time ba conspicuously displayed THAT SATISPICSLUPFERS' '
-on the front of the vehicle.
Section 4: On the change of ownership 'I :
., -
of any automobile or other motor- :
vehicle registered under, the provisions '

I And Also hall,of within this. ordinance five days, the alter nowown acquiring r INSURANCE AGENCY; ,

.. ', * ownership, give his name end residence f
address, and his -eddunrc and 040408040046460900080044640440. . . . '
. business telephone number lit any)
and the name of the former. owner '.
,. with the description of the vehicle. to
Oar Recent Appointment the City Clerk but no new r.glntrivtlon -
tag or plate need be Iuii4
: I I Section 6. The City Clerk shall keep 'JlUTO'M .iE '
I In his Office full records, properly" In .,
''d..d. of all the registrations made .
..underthis ordinance, ,.
I Section 6. The registration In 1923) BY CLAY &THQMAS' ,
of the vehicle to be licensed for the
AS LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE year H23 and within the city mentioned
in ,Sections and S of this ordinance. :
.hair be nude on or beforeFebruary W
\' lit. ISM.8ectl6n : 0C, Y
.. A
7: -Whoever shall violate LOT OF TELL HIM WILL
any provision of this ordinance shallbe eXPEliSE
punished by a fine not exceeding "
of the One*Hundred Dollars or by Imprisonment "PL1NTY.
. "
not exceeding ten day or both.
In the the Mayor. .: CARE OF.6YcSRAGE
Read a first time, and by unanimous k
.. consent, read a second time and ;
: \ passed In open session this 6th day 01D..c.
.. A. D, ISi2. I'

New 'York Life Ins. Co.: Attest. .;R. GILBERT.President City of Clerk Council.J. .. N .

Approved this 6th dav of 1>..0.; A. D. o
. ...... ' 1925. H.: R. MAT '
"'- '":.]A' H-St._._Mayor.MASTER'S .- '
I' :r: t' SA1.E. YOU'nE looking for battery repair or'simply- :

'. '" We wish' to express our thanks land; .appreciation t Under and by virtue of a decree of I, battery information you have come to ,,/the right" ',

foreclosure and sale rendered"and entered I '
when reach this You!will cut-down
place shop. ,
on July llth ,1011'by the Hon. you ,,.

; to all .who' have had a part .. Charles Court O. Andrew In and for. Judfce Osceola of the County Circuit -I I your battery repair expense td/ the ,minimum by-: ; .

.. . Florida, In Chancery' In a certain I making use'of our knowledgeand services:
gsuss In. said Court pending" whereinJohn ; ,
.i' Wilson Edwin R Wilson and G. -- -
; ,in. ,making our 'success. A. Lemmon. as Kxeculors of the last L W
will and testament of Thomas Wilson
dereased. were complainants, and Ar .
f thursimmee Xt. jroneKall I HI Julllisll'll, Ifl>"i|, 'r _
Cattle Company. Qua Noyea
and William 8. Potters were- defend
ants., the undersigned, will offer lort1.1"and \
0&nc$ sell to the highest and best
L ca. In front 01 inv (,'uurl,
House door In Kr.srmm '*7FIondcrbe:=
tween the legal hour ..-sals, on the,
Sam; L. lijipfer.'f: J.. E.' Lupfer 1st -day of -January IMS. the follow.
; : .. Ing described real estate situate In ,,

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'; ', All of Sections eighteen ell)., tw.ntF -,: M a r 4
"(10). twenty-two, (tl). twenty-. t
: eight (II) and thirty ,(10)j all of- ._- I

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"\ Z6i'"mA V DECEMBER .. 922 ,

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.i r 1lN[ REALMj -- Atlanta. Dee: ?.-Mr. E. $; Bullockof
Gridiron Warriors Matched With Loral 'Kisshnmee. Florida, has been selected -

Followers., of the Game For as an .executive of the Georgia ANNOUNCEMENT
. :. V HOCAN-SEABEnT WEDDING Grand Finale of Pigskin GameSome Tech Y... 101.. C. A. Friendship'\ Coun- ;
ANNOUNCED AT LOUGHMAN things die hard. Bermuda cil that has been formed at the institution -

k' # Mr. And Mrs. E. D. lfoR'lln'of'' grass, for instance. And football to promote friendship and .

L .Loughman, Jhave announced the approaching seasons-particularly1' when there has school religious spirit among the students '.
marriage of their daughter of Georgia Tech. .11.I '
not been for four and then,
one years ,
Leola, to Mr. Carl C. Seabert The Friendship Council U an outgrowth .. ....., *.;J I \V
'just as a full-fledged one Is going . .(o--.x-< , .-O<.x-<-<-+< . .
Halm's - "' -.
M. A.
will at C.
the former Y.. "
The weddinjf occur of "
7 .. "
That's rub. ,
winds the - ,
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City. ,on Tuesday December. .1 12._ -good: up. numbw 'of "nietl Cabinet and Is composed of' 125-' students .
: 7hereare' quite at .the institution who act, as!
; PIRTHHAY PARTY" around town who have t>een infected leaders in promoting the activities of I

; FOR LITTLE MISS i with the football bug this year with '1 the Council. The former "Y" Cub- YOU ARE CORDIALLYINVITED -
: "'"f) ri-lbrat' her fourth hh'thclar.little |1 the malady accentuated' by abstinencet1ierfrom i met, of which Paul Lyman. Tech'sfamous / ; .
Miss Marell Lupfer is enterrtaining
,! for !so. long. They're strong tackle, was president Don
t more than a lI"ore'of this atl.norm. her..,,- for the boys who have represc-nteJ! Hartford, vice president L. K. Pat- u -
young friend at a party !! Kisulmmop" High. They're sorry toe ton, secretary, and K. (!L Matheson. S .
Mr.e' .
home of her parents,
at the Jr. at 209 ". them lay a..ido the pnJde] ] leg- Jr., son of former Iresident Mathe-_ .- "- -
and Mm. S. L. Lupfer, ,
treasurer. heads the Friendship -
tents for the flimsy runidn pant" sull. TO THE
: Verona street. __ The" Thanksgiving game finished up'unit Council, 'and t the leaders are in touph .
: . SEWING CLUB MEETS: 'I' the tenm hUherpngli off I the .with every student of Tech ,
The Royal Society Sewing Club met field to nns-wor Ill<' call of the I tuikev Tho purpose) of the Friendship I
thid week at the home of :Miss 1 Host. cooked or wild, oil table or i'l' ''he Delicious lefreshmentw were servtdconKifitinir wo..d -unil didnl give; the f .ui" a Toch Spirit" I in t the' class
of aalmon walnd, stulffl -hanee to shake, hands und, tel, '] I Vn"niirh loom( on the y'idirr.n! and! in the n-I
dutcH tlulicious) maple cake, and lem swork !" !So Liii.yi' '((' 1"lCoiI1lj..o-! -hIe., study classes of the institutionKvery I
.t.( onade. All membfis -present: WITH, do it toniitht.; I leader is given the numex often FORMAL OPENINGOF
I\ buoy making fibrin! nm. pl'.l'nll1. 'Tisn't going I to be out ut tho' I>->1Igni'irids. I or" fifteen T ,'1) stmlent-s whpe'sonal -is I .
\ :Mrs. E.': Vernon porter was prcsunterl( No lIil'(" '! NiX.II. iho I ii.ciuain1ance| I I ho makes and
"' with n beautiful ,Rift uivoii by the out iloor stuff this I time.I i It'-I I gO'P": d'.tih: leader! villi evervono >,of hi- I
___ ".- mi'inlnM-H uf tho M-wiiiK club.Tho I lo I he 'around] t C'o" bnnquet' ] ( I table.. Xn I group of ..students from I tune' t'i. ti'"ic\ I
7 net moi-tinff will l Ie held JitMrK. t'iero'11' I le orchet'. i ml nuisie., ami iitmil -. mli-ts his suppnit' I for t the vvorlhv
fuy! :Stroup's; home nc\t t Thursday ' i Ivn:, music. ii'i ln< <-n i t t1diiu, '. A'1'' I ..I'IIT-:' of tlie i'lstitution. and, nss'stjn ; '
( afternion.DKfOKATI.N. '"... ..I b .a line-un, all ,rii!M T.b'-ri-'H' '('111 ing- for! him when he is "i j k .t -
!10 in-I .ii.'p. I two end'n' .- -'si1'' The mon iiiiiit'1ftit: this WIII, k include< ,, ;
f: ) ; *; CONTKST):; ::; __ .an'l) ( he finish. And lhey''l TAi'Kl.Ki : the most I prominent I I students on ,,1\" \
I'ROVES HI(! :srOCKSS I".4'l i vtI1'n'i,t I the m..n.\\i.hn1l1 i i' hivinc l't't 11 campusvho, hayju- shown t'i' '
; in il'AIJU I I I h n' ain,,t o\(-r-<- iiffing. worthiness 1 by fine i "iv nrds, nmd"" ii it ,
.t The) contest for-lho ten dollar prize The eats I will .be.. the CKNTKU: : ...*" the ( lass mom and in I tho n'udunl ,'
t--. ; and the certifn-Hte of commendation? attract, If HI"1' hIn ri'io wis'iilv" 'If> oIl.I\'lti: ,',. of Coogi.i; TPI'I.: :
!'. - .1 I ;inb wn off', el] for the best. color had OUAUTKU I : I HM'K.( ( Tha.hrtwiiiit .
-scheme suggested' ( at the Makinion itV Irnnhi'l" I bit' it t Iit ..1.1t. I'h) "r lOtioI'( ( 'S o' I"i: es i w. '
i. hardware; ln.t wrt-k during the tn(t bn. -onvho'V i;,I ) T'nn" on't" !>.. i-ii1 -*-iiiM'"il| "I fro, n the I m-dil'o, of >-,, .VJL SON SHOE CO.; -
K. Icvo) interior dei-orntinir clcmoiistni- ,.fl\. I n-T dMI.K. ,i''I 1! -ilf, I 1" -''l! t ember. li'pi'' :2. fioni' a!) p'' -i lii- III' -
? lion |>rovcd to bo n highly inler('!-I. II'.; -Mipo-s-ble, , ] to "'HI 1 F !H1 I 1w l' "j' I "t..ii-. :iico>-dilU' I to r i P"1' ,,1'' I 1'
i.---. inn HIK! Im.trurMvf'-nffair.( *>->iNl Vitn! ....-" Th..h.! ..... -", oJ"1 *-" l.'n'i-fd; SiHtt-s: d'-:>:lI'tl11pnl of iiprio ittine. t I .
t.- The ju.ltfOM' 'I in the color ( onlejl t ii r-, I' I t'l.l.' liA'.K: 'and front. ( "A |I' ,i'i 'I- .
very complimentary 'to tb<' choice-of tbe 1 fiirin., i.f wit."i, I
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11 Kissimmee peojile und Ktnlo t that t lie ( ;Jumo will hI' eidl..l 1 nt s-n: ] I I p.n) . .
.. color Hfhennos presented in this citvshowed rain or shun-\ , wilh Claidner'-; i !htra ...... I THE FORUM -I '
a higher, average:: than any of in I thv looting( section() and .iiom, )'., ORLANDO FLORIDATUESDAY .
the other towns of the southcatrndistrict. ? ,
I llay-i) at (rate.T'le
\V. I. I line-U|> \ :\I( ) ii lIlt: LKTTKK nnm
Flint pri/.e, went 1 to M1 I '* ,,,
l n <
J I. I II I S. r.ii.l.: mr
'; Barber, and the m-cond to :Miss Lu- Art Hull... k KdtzaKaf, ;,, / OIAl.I. S

: I crctia Overbtreet of Shingle, Creek "Heiinie"I I.edbetter I Sam: : StoiyHulin : :I I II To thi-! Vofc'if KK-muiiri-' L.t. Iniinil _u_____ I."
j ; who barely won over tho ug-J."IionR I Snydor' .! I 1'aul Stn ,iivTackles iontlenien; : '
made by Mrs. S. II. Bullock according DECEMBER TWELFTH
"the of :MiLenore I wii-h to have a IVvv IIl1ll'i wmililh ,
to decision ..
il1o1ig )!
Hub I
r the domoii'-trator., :Mi'-s' < '<>onpronounced Jin.. k Simpson,! \\ you I tlii \\ccl, > in i nc'ird! to I I(1'IlIiii.aitIiIuliLIOIg'r tin
', 1.. Coon the color scheme\ uhich Boy ( "l1p.I"n; '\ ] 'M.ik'ii-i ) I! 1'01111 ,.f >ro\e II ......- -
illUI'lsKred !
( ; nent.

;: < won--_ the )tlrot-"--pii/.e- ---- evn-ptiofially- -!- -prowl.- l.uiifor "am i'l.ilhi To Ijejtin ", .Ih I wit.ii t t. H.II' i 1'ijit' ...
lol.! Mmkles .1. T. I lluikhalte.limn .- Ix-liiM- 1 .iin the "Idest, 11,11\1, < ;.x-:

I I Hrovvn I 1diev! I Sn\d' ill Ki.s...inimi'c: not l I.\ viitiit' I oi"1 mI'M \
666 ..1.S'"I, ,, !, I M: .1) ,''in-to-i
\ 1 i-mi a(re but by \ntui i i t ; uf I the lcnriuf ( t
I-M, |1.111 .is I < old( ,1 .11 I tune I himv,,1"1 I in Kis-. niii.i .

: ( e-iter,( 1 .cy-t my first vote\ hei >- m 1 ss i SOUVENIRS MUSIC
is a Prescription for 'olds.. Slick. '1"1' I1'1' I I.: ,, -1' 1JIll' ] ha" e: seen Kisuminerro.v. 'u I II "itntllltlj. .

Fever and Lp(;'rippe. It's (, I I I.., I ha'i, I /.. tcl t \\ hilt' -he I tod.l\, IMMilliner A
llll'ks I ."',11'1' 1 '"' "\ ': ..' liko nil h ,
mo-l tout i La: Afternoon 2 5 Evening 7 to 9
the most sjtoedv remedy we : to
) I iiiiir I n.uK I I her lips and cjn\\n', (jut. >|K \h.l\ < ,t\\.i\| ,
know, preventing Pneumonia I I'lv K:'m -'''''i Squill'| '< .1. '. t M: irki towns, I I'll admit'\, but ;,ilwa\s nakin'1some :' I
l 10',1 i i, ?:\" iiffi'/ :St.iuli: \ linllu:, :K advance, and! i that ba- iota under
--- -.' Full llnckCeivh I
the eouncilmanic lot' iii of g-\'I) n
( : Mullock .1 J.1.V Tuekcr I meat ; of suvli there is'iiom-' t'i

. --H3 WIllA' Sulistitl.tesPiv ,. for. a town of Ki ioininlc't'. < Music by \Vallace-Boardman Orchestra
I.ii''iM. I I. I If. 'J'v--. any other for that matter.I l'
"hi.i"- : H >;, ( ;,l-nn'
O'llrjun ,
l'"or proof of our odvuint' "'n'ii I lo '
"I'lyiln 1I.lI"i.i ( !i. \ KnirlaiiilCondi :' ': at our paved !Ml efts public: buil.luiy! 1

and 1 ...hun.h.V". ha\e ,,'h. 01,t ,
I fill /1Ion A r. ''' ,'' 'ond to none in the i-tatefor. u tin, < 'I ,

Sub ('iu luvM ,our size, and,, \\ (' have a sclmo1. sy-t'( Hi -

I I.! ( 'isrnnn, :itliin: Bryan I that i j" iis.. Hear 1 perfect ais i )po.s-ib]". &
Alhril Sutton J. L, ( )vi-i, -I t trcclWuler iiiicl udm ni.I'J''cI t set of who iint WIt '
by u I men <-iect (the comnii'< '''ii'rs at l p p.oplimoney and t
: I'oys while they are always looking to I theadvancement alld l Jiftel .lie fir" ,t '\ t'iii' you will eli't't luade a f .ild"I t'. I have had ". i
-'!!Im-- H. F. Hodnrtt C. i K.: Yowo'.I: of our schools, are II! only one mall every yi-ar and the! thie"i i ,
; 1) B. Shaver J. i K.: !Lupfei' inauuttI\ lie -umc to me. I had :
so looking after the financial side of i appoint, I the I manager, attorney I I aniltax I ,,.
Th BREAD that BRINGS Refereo-Sam Lupfi-r the 'question, und that is why they can ussekMjr. and fix the salaries nTan" .. iy :. III"-. "If they are ,
I HEALTH and HAPPINESS Score: 0 lo do. run the Hchnols eiirht; and nine months flf111111': The manager appoints f / I uvery". !u > ale me, tln.v j ) '
-- - --- and always have the money to pay the hires, takes on and )puts off at t'ilIthoni' t" )X" f ".nli'!, n .iollars! a yeai., ; , \.1''
HKill SCHOOL MART \ he pleases and fixes thu falar-' where it gofti. I do not know. ))

.. TOMORROW =NIGHT bills.You are wondering what this has ics, of same, and no one can hinder. had his crhti, upon the million- I
--- to do with a commissionmanagerform He can have just as many hands as lie lars, Whtle -\\'I! get in a good deal.t11l't I :
; The big annual carnival given by of government for Kinsimmee; wants or juut'ns few, and gt 'thi111! ,-taqA!,, the people, must remember I Il ) i

k the High Schoolfor the benefit of the well hero it ISI: anywhere and, I pay tbenr.. uuly. PJCVJ! j[tiJll4; !nriJ.t\t\ a Uy..,, bonded and it,
';f'A Natural Grain Laxativi/ library fund will take place tomor j I Soniewtofthe advocatesof lho>;: just,- ''Sf) 'he don't ,' pay any lle"" over*'Sf>nxething\tfKB twenty thousand l /
:,4&.viLrom! ! Tht. ,Fin .' M 'I ,"ow.nijZ'ht; Things will J tart happen-''' change' are citing our school system' three Hundred dolars at on? tiiie.. lars!! a year. to pay interest' anti
WHOLE'WHEAT FLOUR ng at 0:30: p. m. All kinds of .ChKpt-: as/ being similar! to the new form of I He can "anything!' he wantw whether ." r.vr-ir ''id I kr/w/ tl ot "",' !
.""' *. maR presents, candies, cakes nnd government for Kissimniee. aitil, I n'eever he needs it or not, just x-i an\ ,.11. l n, .. ' -i ,eitbur add AGE;
c ( fancy work will be for sale, ; HH ttCMUlNK 'WITHOUT THC TIIAOff MAma
minstrel show) and! popularity, contest / I the school. ) superintendent, and.. I that is tvheitthey s.iv lie j -r- 'oday-in .
y 'f .. SANITARY BAKERY will vie with the Living I hulls for which) untrue for lie I is elected every ,: \\ iJi be such a help. A.'i i e ,nen who worked } ;
the approbation of the multitude. four vean "hv tho \lit pie :and, the I li 'ni'd Did Knov that everything' *liai I
4 : you" -
,, ;... BROADWAY : PHONE: :No. 92 Place : Federal lot. corner Posseil elect'.I e\eiy, two year1by, lh" peo- I' b.n./hl. for the \\*tteu' aid:. lii', .' ----
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and Church. Itt Under the new chiti her" you
plant is hough und," a contract ui|'

.>- -- - -- -, to the" limit and( just as ( !heap as ( '''Ii 1
I be liouiflit by anyone?! There iswheie

rUlIII HIIIIIII III III II III U 1111I111I""If""If 11I11I11I"1111"I/ "// flllIIlIlIIlI 1Il1I/1II1I"/ "11I11I11I11I1111I11I11I11I111I11I""1111111I1111I111111I1 : I to bought anything! our lot {Ihe lug'mueh.streets expense! A ,doesn't to i it'. our What:'iini vvater.. unl i I' NOTICE Ny ''

1 and I JIg ht plant it ,is. second to nt>uI i iI
== I in the state to, a t I"vvn/ of this III -...
== == ''I.o you know I that vvt- have a plant 4
= = that i i/j worth one hundrei) and f.fty'thousand I
; = I .. dullai.s and the outside

i I value, such as wires, poles. and other BIG MASS MEETINGOf Ti
Stop forgetting. 11 I fixtures, are worth a similar] amount ? -
i Do you know that we, have forty, thousand -
. I, dollars insuianee on the Plant ? *
J; alone? That gives Idea, of vr

) : .. The Bank With . i' what it is wocth. And you twelve some or fifteen the TAX PAYERS! at the BAND STAND "* i ij

i. :::: | years ago a rnan would have ,
=-- It lieAbility =_= !; )been a ci'a/.y fool] to have; given' : fifteen < -
: or neglecting to that Bank Account. :,:- thousand dollars for it.:
open : I Do) know that tho city is furnishing "
.L :;:-- you Friday December 15 "i
= Valuable: time is valuable I Night
passing ; your \ ou "t' cot lights and water : ::
= andWillingness money is being spent which you would [ free ? That if a private "'01rn," ,
I owned your plant, it would! .o-t your ,
; = ilmv- "
otherwise save.DON'T ::= city from one 1'I wo thousand dollars -

,= .. = per month ? That is why there Speaking by Milton Pledger G. .; .
; ? -= ale some men I in your I town todiy: who ,
-E to Serve YOU REALIZE = are doing "''l in tbeir power to put
B. Wcodall and
others. Come
=.: through this comniissian-manag-er
j t L i form of governments:: ; because they
"at the value of
having our yeans of experience I think there will be a !better chance to one come all we promiseyou
I ,
.t't. DEPOSITS[ INSURED and prestige, and the influence of our == geta hold en your water and lightI / ,
',-' : I :: I plant. They tried to ]lease it a few some real Home Brew.
host of
depositors and patrons at '
your : years' ago; run it down so the town F
4 == command ? Stop putting off. Remember would not be able to take it "",'k and
= I fix it up or they' would make .so. much .4
. -= improvement; that the tiiKvn !would

TIlE OPPORTUNITY ,THAT IS YOURS -= not be able to pay them ; 80 either The Tax Payers Committee
'j' r I
== s way they would get it, but we beat
.-. I them. Then they hatched up a new
c = if you open an account WITH USTODAY. =- I charter which put everything in the

"ll == j hands of three commissioners' who
= j were to give go'od services" for one
.r -- = | dollar a year hut we beat them aga'n. - -- - .
;'Now they have changed a little bit ,
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but it has the same' ear marks.. Hut ---- -- -- - -- -- ----- '
== = : as Tom Watson very often said, "By S e
'ti = =j the splendor of the!! God -
=] hey .h..l1 l] not put Ih._ovar." -5
| I put the new cllUI'tcr' advocates on

\ notice that the majorit" of the people KISSIMMEE. AND TAMPA- --- -
. +-*L KinBtmmee- net--sleeping"! and '
they are not willing for it to .be pub- Leave Kiasimmee-9:30 a m Graystone. I

1i I lished abroad that we have not got Leave Tampa-2:30: p. m., Union Bus Stution.

Hour 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. = I not men got enough business In our enough town and who honor have RAILRMD FARE ONE WAY. ROUND TRIP FIVE DOLLARS t'- P' _t t

enough to rim this town. No sir If ,
for no other reason I would be much '
'ashamed to advocate the change for GLENN ROSE
by my act and vote I would say that .. 4
the men who have and are now mAn- .
aging the town have PHONE 284
r-- not hewn honest --
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