Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 15, 1922
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01094
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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!KISSIMMEE, ATHLETLCASSOCIATIONFORMED-. CLEARS MORE THAN $300 TAX RATES IN ,MANAGED CITIES : \ /TALLAHASSEE PICNICS ,WOMEN VOTED FOR

'The high school mart, held' last Thai I:the recently formed Kissimmee -
Saturday night' netted the library Klub at the Florida State Col GRES'TUESDAY

fund $308.0T. Total'receipts from the Tampa_.:._..._.: ._.;._....._..._..*,....-___._.?.__..-...20 to 24 mills lege for Women is a live organization '
hows and booths 'were. $388.68, ,with _. Tampa has a city manager, Is evidenced by the report of its

Elects Officers And 'NamesCharter $ O.61 expenses. ,. New Smyrn .?,-._..__*?_....__.........?!.._.__-_.-.-.-.,.21 mill press,reporter, which says: MoreFlorida Cities Voted
The minstrel show proved to be. the New Smyrna has a city, manager '. The members of the. Kissimmee
Committee For in the most Klub all set their alarm clocks For Commission-Man--
attraction which brought Ocala -.___......__..._.__.........________.__._..--___ 20 mills, before "the
IncorporationWith money $69.35, with the soda water : Ocala has morning Thanksgivng, and GovernmentTwo
and 'baloon booth a close second with a city man.gerDeLan1 got up early for a short hike into ager
$68.10. The confetti booth brought .______?____...>._ _._.____ .____._._ .;.____.__. 18 mills the woods where a breakfast in hon;
one of the'best amateur bBl e. in $64.77; cake counter, $42.84;' living : DeLand has a city manager or of the Kissimmee, visitors was more Florida cities,'one larger

ball teams In the state, and material, dolls $33.50: circus, $27.91; tandy Sanford_________.___-.____.._._____..-._.______.-__._._ 18 mills given. The morning air was crisp than voted Kissimmee, the ,other smaller,
for several for the
In the local high school $20.65; fancy work, $13; "hot- Sanford has a city manager and cool and the early walk was delightful form of commission-manager

champlcnShip the teams need alongvarious of a dogs." $12.80; wheel of fottune, Miami __________.___________..____.___.--______-____- 17M mills After they arrived they day. Orlando city government to the last Tues and
lines of sport permariant $12.19; fortune teller, $11.85; freaks, Miami has a city man8&"erWe1It soon had a roaring fire and cooked Brooksville north, .
athletic to the
foster
''" organisation to west, both cast
and provide suitable playing fields $11.46; tea room, $10.45; and$5.11.the' Palm Beach. _____.___1-.._____.L____________.____.__17 mills rolls breakfast.toasted,-/The-and coffee the was bacon made'broiled, the their lot among the up-to-date cities.
tenth grade curiosity shop, ;
time. Thlsi West Palm Beach has a- city 'Observers at the
has been felt for a long From< all angles, aside from the manager all over the glowing: coals, which polls In. Orlando
feeling crystalized Into definite action ,, financial, the carnival was a huge' Fort Myers _.__-____________.._..___._______.____._____ 17 mills gave, of course,, that unsurpassed:' affirm that the women voted almost
at the..football banquet last Fri. success, and reflected great-credit on Fort Myers has a city manager woodsy flavor that always hits the.. solidly for the modern form, of government

day night *iven to the high'school the managers, Arthur Simpson and Lakeland, reduced from 24, this week, to________._____'___13.8 mills spot! thereby maintaining their
football boys by the local fans. Margaret Brunson and the director Lakeland has a city manag'erSaInt Those enjoying the breakfast went reputation for, being responisble. for

The get-together spirit in the manifested formation Miss Leitner. The Jiving dolls wtfs a Augustine _______._______________________________13.6 mills Misses H.l resulted i papers give for
in thl banquet : and ker, Carolyn. Fripp, Mattie Stanford
which the
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Athletic Asaociation. show of management : : Saint Augustine has a city manager the forward move to the

of. the the Kissimmee decision to incorporate It, the the actors ministrel may show well, was be worth proud, and Tallahassee ________________.--.------------_____.______ 10 millsTallahassee' Lois Irene Overstreet Reed Ada, MargareT'"Lasley Louise Simpson,.. -Or1andoant'Broljfte women.Joined a _ -
any
designation of'Initiation fees and annual has _a city manager Norma Griffin prosperous crowd of !cities and the
Dorothy Miller Helen
while the circus and I ,
dues, and the election of officers. other body's shows money deserved, their share of Bartow __________I_____-*__.-._?___________.______..___.!i SlAt mills. Ames; and the_visItorslrs.JLSj... progressive people of Klssinnneft.::
Pat Johnston was elected the populatity . _____ .J3art.ow.haLJI..clt.ymanagar: hStMif&ftir MT8"es Margarei, JJrunaoa. hope-to-T> ttheIi'ftyn' thejjoriQtroMtomorrowr
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with the following additionalofficerjjFlrsr - ---! TClSsTmmeo ___u-__ __ ___,-. :-,_..: ;:===_==-_-__-______.____ 26 mills VloleFBulTockT __ Tl&rid I-cIties which
I). Katz havaadoptedthebusmesysteofrunning -
v1ce presldentTEdgar ; I Tomorrow _wilL be .Election DayTOMORROW -- -- ---
BOYSI --

second; secretary*'Ice-president.Allispn J. T.Wade French Tucker -; I MEET TO FORM . .. ...._. ... r.. .. .. _..... .. .. ...._............... .. a.-.uo..._ .._ ..... ..._.. .. .. . . -"-''- ._" GOOD TIME ENJOYEDAT Bartow, their Brooksville affairs,, Fort now Include, Myers,
-treasurer. Sam L. Lupfer. Jr. BANI IN KISSIMMEE ; POST-SEASON FEED Lake City Lakeland, Miami New' 4

The officers were elected for a period KISSIMMEE'S OPPORTUNITY TO Smyrna, Ocala, Orlando Punta Gor-
of-six months and designated a* i I Meeting Of Boys And Interested G Fellowship And Good Eats Mix: da, Saint Augustine,. Sanford, Tallahassee. -- '. -
board to Incorncratc !
a charter Parents Called For Monday To ed With Speechifying and Glorifying < Beach.
1li 1.tlonal' -B nonprofit corpora\ PUT BUSINESS INTO THE CITY'S AFFAIRS '
tion. Dixcuitt Plans And :MethodsThe : 'Another Forward! Step '

Initiation fee was set at ono dollar I GOOD STATE BOARD SPEAKER
'with the annual dues two' dollarayr. a opening of the band concert The spirit of co-operation which i ADDRESSES PARENT-TEACHERS
.- payable Bemi-annually. Themeeting Sunday, tilt crowded" :::1 parks on Broadway Progressive Citizens Should Vote For Commission And has 'been carrying Kissimmee.forward Mrs. Laura --
Jean Reid
went on record as request'>nur\ i the "l'.nltwo hundred autoniobiles BO! rapidly in the past few months was director of
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City Manager form of Government. And Should ChJld Welfare, wcrk of the state de.
Abe charter hoard to designate the ', which gathered to enjoy the again -demonstrated last Friday night
-officers ami five other member all an I I I music ami the most perfect weather I Elect The Three Best Men For Commissioners at IXayson'a Cafe. Forty-one football partment of health, was an interesting
executive committee and to set the i J imaginable the realizaticn that another pUfjMrsVsecond! string" men, coaches, speaker Tuesday night at the social
oftener than KU immee winter beckons all and .boosters for clean meeting of the Parent-Teachers"
not athletics. -
time for meetings" all gathered
month. | lovers of the out-of-duors-the combination The" ballot which will be given to the voters tomorrow; will contain two afonrvd the festive beard, and association, and those of the members

once A athletic field which coultl be used fect. The music and the wonderful I be 'For ratifying and adopting the am nament." and in the space at the the melodious strains from Gardner were able to be presentwere for
the high school and the sunshine Sunday got into the blood. I l I.ft of this first paragraph the voter s nould place his X, if he wants to put orchestral corner permeated the .rt- tunate. Ir.. Reid dwelt, principallyupon !
jointly< by Kl simmee in the progressive class,. usedto the provisions of the Smith-
Since that time. well before J. The second paragraph may be
city teams, ensued" ) but no Definite alt a* mo..phere with a spirit of good felT
had f'eR'gnatp, his acquiescence in "trying "behind" the times. If he believe. Tower bill providing care and Instruction
conclusions were reached" The minstrel JI. Wuoibeck. band director) has ; lowship. Her/ping/ service c'r.) two
show whuh will be Rin next a Urge number of appluants! for' the'cHy should st.aIn the sam;> 'old. rut, or if for any other reason h wantsto styles of chicken, with all the trimnings for expectant mothers aid

Wednesday at the Ca ino i... exneited nienibeit-hip in the popular organiza thfe vtfte against the up-to-dat. system of managing city affairs, he may use and a come-again sign on babies, !and discussed Florida's!! i>*,.,.
to provide"funds which will be turned tion. Some are nin. some are boys.! second!' paragraph.? In 'ne face of the preponderance of successful city them took care of the more portumlnde! j.
onreulonarapproprlatlona
over to the new association for ,.r>- Some con play. some can only f>ot, manager cities however. it j U l helie\'ed that the majority the X'will: be ..ide-the iD ide. tanyibl. 0 f this !
"f und-, while have only I the desire. Out placed aj the left of tfve first paragraph! receive
pUcation on iuichaing jtr many )I I The speakers recalled the fact that nay $11,000 from the federal S
-- --- --- th> boy, seem to Oe in the majority,. S Following them .iiro paragraphs come eijrht nam s. They are the the Kissimmee .high school's ; funds! if it will match the sum! with
COUNTS' COURT: IHSPOSES (If or this it-ajoii: the idea of iboys'. : I didate who hava'": qualified to run for city: commis ior.Ns. They were" team was football an equal amount, and Mrs. Reid 'urged -
nomi-I a new contender
OP LAHCE NUMBEK C'.VSL& band to B.lli to tli.. ot'oei; Kis-tmimei-" r.ated by a pet' jon signed by more than twenty-five voters. Vote for boon the having the women's organizations to
I attractiOn!> in. gaining )'l"adwa" )'. En. 'by placing 'Jt X before the names! of the three you consider the best to the on jrridiron this esason fo;' "mother"' legislative action looking
first
Regular session of the county thuiast. point (.ut thut many high :'pteserJ"'you in running the city's affaiis. Or, if you wish to vote for i the time in four years, with all toward such an appropriation by the
court opened last Monday morning !' "iliooln l.uve band., an-J last -Saturdays meofe' : whose name does not' appear on the ballot you may write his name j I IJ I imouslv players told novices.the And they unan- state at next April's legislature.
and after the usual! pioccedmes: the high school carnival lacked only :y, nn-? place the X before the name written, in one of the. spaces" below the | that their boys, and believed it, Mrs. Reid has at present but four
record
court: sounded the criminal docket I a band to nuke it an nttractiorj.s':. printed: list of candidates. % I I I le-reatest was good. The nurses under her direction, who must
scores them
and the following cases were' nolle most beyond belief." Again, v e of The candidates who have agreed to run for conimiaoionerg, and whose 'nothing to be ashmed against were' cover the entire state. One of these
crossed: t tR the finest bands. in thec..rj'itry are 'lives are printed on the ballot are: H. Stanley Bullock! T.: N' Clark A.I I| playedthe oI.-the-y--1nrd wiU devote ,some time to Kissimmea, / "
M.* Montsdoca passing worth- I II. Boy Scout bands. Tbj .Vfcal ttocp of F. Fleming A. S. Gilbert H. :M. Katz, F. A. NTxeTGeo. W. Persons, spoke were T:1'ftae.:unanimous And in those their! who next ,month, which will be the first ,
.- loss check; Lee Bass. H. S. Giddina, Scouts! while very oUflg. i is already A. Rosen. "I that declaration time such a representative has been
t C. U. Egtrton, O. R. Bass A. JE. Bass.j !making A navar4i>r-ttiAt.: A band -Ttte nclls willbe I legated at the Wtllson butidmcr Darlington avenue ', had the Season, though it assigned to this section of the state.

6. J..nll. sreptnriflIT' '6-ut of j would! mnj-c it tip-top. And the! w4lY between Broadway and The Gazette office. They will open at 8 o'clock and I which brought Kissimmee, some is defeats oroud., was Thev one had of Eighth grade pupils of the local 1 l

, school: IigP'1u4.operLIng\ : Lawson auto I It the residents and the visitor 'hj.. will remain open until sun down. .r __________ __ u. _ I played clean ball; and laid the .foundation school presented a flower drill at tha ;
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without proper licelye )(Cer" for the hand concerts. i4n for .gathering which was much appre
championship teams to
1'eck1e.s.driving; Yale Rivers passing I out to enjoy them, shows that j npth, STRAWBERRY I ciated. '11'
;? GROVERSVITNESS come. That was sufficient, their ______ S ,
check R. Stroup, ..un '
D. ler ,
worthless
: good band would find rpralel.! work had been well done. -
t lawful of fermented Iqu. ( \ f DEMONSTRATION AT GROWERS SKIN DEEP HRISntA
possession come. . _. MEET Sam Lupfer, Jr., acting 'as toastmaster -
4Uf4T: In tie dill of the Ststof Flori f The idea Is worth'looking into,.a.nd assigned numbers to the DAV AT THE CASINOAs -.1"\
, 1_ against J. A. Peel,,@bozxlement; a meeting has been' called for next lAsh., : Strawberry Expert As Well As Her Husband speakers,and "called signals" instead :
,.< H. W. KeUerman, aaing worthless: I Monday night December 18, at' the The Gazette goe. to press'it ii.
and D., Demonstrates Phases of Preparation For Market announcing their;, names., Prof. D. informed by Manager C.. C. Jordan of
check Jk'Stroup.unlaW'fulpo..lon S
band room, in the' old;f; city ..h t1. to B. Shaver responded for the: first -

.-defendant--distilling"walTed-iarrcig-nnieot apparatus,,,and the formulate interested,'plans.In 1 getting' AIL"'boys Into.who a boys'are,. ' \Vhich: Novice Berry' Growers Will Have To, Learn .. Athletics, speaking of "The "Relation signal of- been i the Casino'notified theat.erl that the that.film he'"Over has"The jtuti "\t;

entered; a 'plea of guilty,' thereupon.the band are iayited'to-attend.: Parents,, _--. -'e..:; ,. .'y' .: Shaver,.spoke to Scholarship.interestingly Professor on the Eliin which baa been &(hertlsed'fot '
court suspended sentence upon would ,like their a' I his house on' Chiretmas' Day will no?
have
whp to boys 'Therewas
good'show at the lustrated three1 '
came the artistic touch phases of athletics in inter- ,,'
i arrive for the showing. He has
.the of the-costs in the case. secured .,
payment take part..in'thJ healthful pleasant Chamber
of Commerce
Tuesday night. which scholastic
made mouths water. Mrl. Ash, circles, tracing the tre*>4
however
"Skin
Charles P. Bowman. charged with and worth-while undertaking Deepwhich \ I'i.
thoroughly Nearly hundred from, "
a
strawberry deftly the the first of
growers packed '
layer era "opposition. '
top from the
worthless check did not show I.said to be as good as, if not better ',
passing are also urged" to ttend. ,. gathered to iron out the wrinkles
extra-fine: berries she had laid 1 through the second or "toleration"
tot trial and the court ""Order*!!, on one than, the other There will be continuous
' up estreated. 4 The band has on hand a number of 'in their first shipping season. And side as she filled the cups, until the period down to the modern time chows from 2 to,.11 o'clock.
uM appearance bond l instruments which cap be made avail they were rewarded by as pretty a beautiful product, whose seductite when "co-operation" holds sway --_
Robert f**, charged, with ..agra'vated -"ihle.: Arrangements have lee'V- '1o demonstration, in proper preparation lure means successful hiarketing in school management. Interscholastic '
assau.lt., .(141'Paul' HObrtt, ,M',- where Very attractive ,teritis /.:an bs of strawberries for the mal keto an complete, and the Kissimmee berries, wan competitive athletics are TARPON SPRING MAN -
was charged with, petit larceny" pled- arranged fot* purchasing otrafs. Air one could wish to see. Mr. G. D. were ready for their long trip to the on a round basis now, he said BUYS OSCEOLA. MOTOR: CO.
ed not guilty and their trial wes ,set together the outlook is very promising Ash, who with' her husband the clearer '
% I expert wintry northern markets. One cculd brain functioning and up- M. C. Autrey, recently Ford dealer -ta
for the following day.- ( and a good crowd is expected engaged by the Growers has "feel' the reception they would get !I building of 'manhood. Florida high Tarpon Springs, has purchased the. '
On Wednesday morning- 'upon' 1 the gathering. been of )ndispensable! assistance! tote in these zero" marts. with their rosy school athletics are under an intsr-I. Osceola Motor Cempany from I. P.
agreement 'of .J{ '.n. Milton' 'Pledger Of especial interest Is the announcement berry growers during the past message of summ rlan<1. I' scholastic athletic board where !lch<:- Timmons and J. E. Gilbert, and Wednesday
proeecutinlf'att rne)', and IL'H': Ho-. that Sunday the day be- Tew months, while the strawberry in- When the demonstration was in the arship is prerequisite for nthletiparticipation. ;, -I. assumed control of that com\'
gan Esquire attorney for the' defendant I fore Chrlotmas the regular open air dustry-jn' Osceola county was being "talk' stage, J.C.:. Griffin;: who has The co-operation nany at the orenent location at 307 '
' ; Pat JohlistenEstjuire( was concert at the Broadway band stand made a reality discussed picking ana become an ardent strawberry fan I the local townspeople, such as has Broadway. Mr, JutreyI'i11\ continue_ .;
agreed upon as Judge ad litem Hon. (i will have* a special program of sacred packing'She: illustrated her this "
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remarks year in addition, to his regular been. demonstrated during the season to handle Ford cars and tractors.
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'T.'I.. Comer, county Judge betas sick }rrtusic in harmony with -the season. with.jpantomime of the process presenting business; announced that he had a "I lust completed will mean" a great .
and not" able to perform his duties! ..asmuch. \ The band boys are continuing their so graphic a description of couple of quarts at home. Further deal toward school athletics w their squarely, and holds the line. Y ,
In the, c",seof';Nix the JQry ,efort< to collect enough money to Insure \he.; things to be done that everyone investigation disclosed the fact that I ( coincident benefits. Coach S. W. Cason spoke on "Re- ..,. .
brought In a verdict of net irulltv. the continuation of the..concerts I presentfelt himself efficient at theclose. his remark referred to strawberries Pat Johnston a former Florida rospect and Prospect of Athlet -

Wednesday aftern66n, with W. J. throughout the season, ,iI'flllhe. iesponse.ls. .. I which he had just picked, and the I University athlete, spoke on the ics in O. H. S." He expressed. his
Stead ,acting as Judge ad, lit' ttj.;, forudge' encouraging. .1 I Probably ninety of the crowd '
11LtJ 'Vase *f I percent quieted down while he and Len "Preparation for College -Athletic appreciation of the dinner given to. 'j"the' -
Comep.itKITjilry i An excellent program' has fleen! announcvd growers who are now producing the Wilson jumped into the trusty Ford i "The boy who has been a' star in high boys, and of the spitit shown -
Paul H ubert.- oI brought in a verdict for next Sunday, as follows: IMarchThe i little red berry which has meant so and brought ,the berries for thedein-': School athletic circles may find him- through the season which had calleJ. ,?5'' '
f and all in
not
t> guilty jurors Southerner.Alexander much to'Kissimmee had never grown onstration.. When the cups wee srlf in the background at college," forth the bet. efforts from the play.
Ijrattendanc; were. excW' daKISSUlltEF.1T I.O\'erture-. Weddirrg Ring"'i them ,before this year. Procedure packed, W. R. Collins, buyer, who said Mr. Johnston."With the !large er,. He expressed" himself entirely. -
SHOE" .1 ____ _____ ____,._______Barnard'Columbia. "which: has become second nature to was present, !grew rather restless number of candidates from whom to satisfied with the showing his charges ,
'I .' Fantasia pn1k'Rolinson farmers in older berry-growing- but was comforted with the promise choose the;) teni.Wpy a high shoM) had made, and predicted the sahta '
q.4_, CLUB CONTINUES TO GROW Cornet Solo. IT.: 'J. BurrowsRomanceIn i tions is totally new to the local men I of a chance at- the morrow's freezer- I !tar yesterday becomes a 'scrub' roI spirit in the' future with more wh,.. ,
i I a Woodland Glade. I and women. This fact makes the ful. day. The 'scrub' i essential to the Two championship)basketballs will bj
ICnsimmee I ,
The Horse Shoe Club. .
which was organized a couple of I I _ . __ ._ u__?,..- ___ :. _Holme* !t'production of the firm fine berries I Mrs. Ash also gave a short demonstration success of the i varsity squad. Shou'I turned cut from the school. thll' year: ,
Weeks with thirteen members! Svle.-'i&n-f.i'crezio Borgia_ __Tobani which are now being! shipped from of how not\: to pack. "Th" I lyc-i boys find: yourselves on the second he said and other various branches '"

didn't consider ago the number IT, jinx Arabian. .' Night __ _ __?__,u-K Osceola county the more pleasing best top-dresser" said she, "is not string "in, university, Hoi\'t be of snort will be developed 'forrysI'cat .. l.
It Bow boasts to/mbership of forty- Oriental Inter \euo. and pays glowing tribute to Mr. anIAsh the best packer, but the one wto positively discouraged. 'Your time will come. betterment ai welt.as' for con
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four membeand! a the jiiijfle of the :March-Fame':' antt. Ftuqe. .;__,:_1tinr- yMrs, Ccunty Agent Leo H. Wil- refuses to place a cull in the I And your presence is needed in making jetitive teams. lIe urged the bual4

U-niisiles! against the post!* i is an accustomed -I' -- 1) '. .bow, Secretary: O'Bunnon, and the cup. The packer who turna/Over! a the first team. Whatever you rfo, less! men to come over Id the school {ft
sobnd ''jrt the vicinity of |, CITY ATTORNEY AFTER Others who have transformed the spotted l berry to show its good side ''continue to play clean ball. The I grounds and plav volley ball one of '
Main and Pork streets where the organization TAX dreams of novices into the realities! while hiding a defect, is wrorg'nar ringer and the hired man ma" cut a the best relaxations "for the tired .f' :
maintain its. (>ment THE DELINQUENT of the marketing season. Mrs .Ash, herself and he r community. kiUirg I wide swath for a time, but he will business man,1: ,,1I
perk I}ti .nl1lus ,' ....J ---- in her talk Tuesday night. dwelt on the market and damaging the industry ,not last. Its the player with a lov- Toastmaster Lupfc cnmptlment.itn ;'
New members sine*t I the organization : ; Files Bills Of Complaint Foreclose: the little details which every K'rowel'I ," She favored carrying the pack- "jolty to his institution which mike the I coach on his work this year ar4. '
'HiiKht, in the ,order: of their affiliation |i Tax I.ieiu Against Tweittywo should know. I efKberrles to market in touring? car the successful team and true successful paid' tribute to him 'for be'nf tli'd \'
include CV'.U'Bandy. Rev. J. I!, \ J She outlined the procedure wit.Jr1,"father than trucks this method being man. Dcn't brink training. You right type of man for supervision of.
A. Sutttn. G. Wr 'MUter; A. J. TomoVlna. -I! Tracts Of Land. Taxes: Overdue.. 'j the "hustler" in charge of the pick- le.. likely to br-ise the fruit. .1 I qwe it to vour school not to. One instance high school athletics.A. I
M. A. McOnlL. H. E. Tillia. M. eras illustrating the methods of ticketing I ,W. A. Clites, of Loughman who is of breaking training may I T. Fiench was called to rennar'-, I
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D. Casler. J, WIfKe: !* F. C. Bryan. i Thurvdoy the .city 'attorney, acting: counting, and getting the field a supporter of the Growers. and a 'mean the loss of the game for you about the "Second String Men." lie ."
H. M.! Deyoreo/M. -Stout, P. Franklin '' inier ;instructions of the eity council cups into the packing shed. "Don't strawberry raiser: told of the help team. Play the game, and play! it spoke of the necessity for the secon ....
Gust NelgKW, Barnes Smith. S. filed bills of complaint to foreclosetax touch the berry," she said. "Reach Mr. and MfA! ?h have been to him. clean." string in all lines of endeavor and J
Storv. L. H. Tresa. W. II. Harrison.W. liens against twenty-two properties -]' around it and pick it with a quarter | and was jubilant over the fact that I Gordon Bullock captain cf the '22 committed versification on the sub .
K. Memberry, RicTirird Bandy S. I in Kissimmee. The council 'I of an' inch left on. When the '..hu t. | he has been selling beriies for sometime :''football team At the OsceploHigh, ject. 1.,
.R. Chapman lidulu Frickie. Joseph : recently instructed the city's 'lawyer ler' takes the carriers, loaded with to the local markets in Lough 1 1onkeii the citizens of Kissimmee fo The guests of the occasion w te.1'f': '
Thurmpn, Nelso'rt. Realty Company I to take this action and a considerable -I filled field cups to the packing shed, man. II. C. Stanford contended that :their support during the season and plain Gordon Bullock. Harailtol ../
O. W. Persons; V.-M.( !Moselev. Lvles amount of_ revenue is expected he must place them out of the sun he was the 'smallest grower present. i I foretold teams to come of championship Brown. Robert Buckets. Arthur Bul. .; .I J
I V. Story/T. H." l1E.\nl"tt.. A. T. Batman I to be raised in this manner. I and out' of the breeze. The wind from an acreage pcint of view, but calibre* lock. Lewis Campbell. Uly Chapman, .
Frank Ickes, G. L. Flemiogr.TL'EBPAY. Authorization for this action came I will cause the seeds to darken and nrocluimed "I am Just as proud of mr | "Holding the Line" was the subject Milton Graham Clyde Harris.' F- S.Lelbetter -
..__ ) from the election'or July last Spoil the looks nf tha berries tn RsV. T Fred .
_. Year rry" from mj (lie ImiiJmd' plants: I a'olgl.ed) { A-i3utton wio Fay ucas. ,Lupfer. 4
flPTT UI.LflF. %'ORLfl 'when the qualified electors'rattheand Mrs. thenillustrated the method as the- bisrsrestgrower--here.- 'B. B. -I interspersed his excel ..nt talk with John Sanderson. Frank "- '
,ELE TfI) OFFICFRM connrnied, the act of tll.1 1 li5L.ture. .. of w-liing thy bprries by areft4-. .AdaJD.a..J.o14-oLodrlppb.=Jii'-11rst--ber"! .numerous'laufn-proVokln.TstoHeatm- urImpson, nSnyder.mer" -- ';>
,- ,--ChapterS989of'theActs'ot Iow1ngthemint -the vessel ries by express, with no Ice. and that !: allusions. Holding the tin* //In fo"t-" son. Squires'' and Raymond Tyner of r""
"Cam* Vumhw 7$, Wood- 1921. whereby machinery" was provid. water of-about the same temperatureas five days after shipping they wen hall, said Dr. Sutton. Is similar to the the football squad; Coach S. W. Ca. #. '. .
men 'of the World, hel -1-it Tuesday niarht, pnd .- chose the taxes In arrears, or to sell the.-prop. the bath, and more tenderly distributing perfect preservation. |cry day life. It takes physical stamina Albert Sutton; Professor D. B. Shaver l'
Jowin officers.Cooncll / erties. {them on the screen, without J .:The- growers: decided to plant far In the crucial tests. It takes physical . and Rev. J. A. Sutton. '
Commander. R. L SmIth: I Settlement may be.:made.- with ,the piling- Next: came graphic this spring one hundred acres; of to courage and moral courage.. It The hosts were: S., L. Lupfer. Jr., ..,. ,, .
Iviter Lieutenant, B. F. Its rrelI; city by owners, of.the properties' effected tions. later, augmented by delcrip'l matoes-and of beans, and double that takes these two and mental alertness toastmaster; J. C.- .,Buckles;;; r...A," -
n 'er. Dr (Brf, F.. Wllkerson| Clerk I by 'payment of' the taxes with demonstration of the 'way to lift the ,amount of cucumbers, Cucumber also. -The* boy who plays the frame England, A- 'T... Preach 'E.D'Kat: *", '" 4J
:>B. Woodall; Kscort. Carl Reidel: 12 percent interest isnee they, became berries and, deposit them' Into the plantings have ,started this week,\ of football 'clean and honestly will be M. Johnston, Pat Johnston C..C. '
tchman D.-/ F Adams;' Sentry 'Oft 'due, plus, attome,'!'fees ,'n. the cups, by sUaing the hands t together f| while the mlddJe of January will- initiate the t,matf who can play the game of Jordan, J. E. L.upferH..N... Makln- ,
!1li. :Arnolds Managers,' Milton cost of suits. Where no settlementis under) them-, giving 'a minimum of j the tomato and bean plantings.Corn lifethe' same way and 'the.. are the son J. L.. Overstreet, E..'V.. Porter
'1sd.r, Cay Hammock, and Young made the properties 'will be sold at I finger touch to the,fruit When the I I and sauash came ln"for consideration days when, this kind of men is need. ILA Snyder, Paul Stanley,' S.rnoSb.' ,-

flndat1CmpPhysician, Dr. Haynes public auction to-the highestbidders,- cup was nearly,full,* and, the ..gentle, ] as..probable.crOp.i-ot. 'considerable ed.',*-Success, com.'to the boy,' and 1 ry-LIi.1'r.ssJ'WTuck.r: :'LeKf

?ns nt; .for cash..' -- y" tap-to :,settle HM ,fruit had. been il .extent. <. ..to. th .'_m.nl, who', :plays_ ,the \game I IfJ I Wilson:, ,, C< EuTowello.; .n.c1H..M.. X-tSt..; .," .......

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J/)/ NISSIMMEE'V&LLEY&/, r., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. ))922 i-: j __ )r : _
GAZETTE: .
1'liE ..f. }. V|
\1, _----- "-=--1 on"- : afforded WWTWT W w 1 w vw w vfc
TWO opportunity
.. ---- /or our' Uln terms every tMrs.
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""'r- '-' charities and to denounce our country Declaring that there "Is no' shadowof' .> W. S. Graham >,

.1. BROWN alike in utter confidence." doubt" of' the corning of this .. ''I, .-
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FLETCHER .. the illiteracy and our 'a 'cornpenwitloft; f Perfect SatisfactionOnarsftit
DR. of '
:Speaking: national 'adjustment , 8PCC1AUTT 4
SPECIALIST ; the WORK A
DISEASE : said "Already .jt hails
NERVE, BLOOD, AND SKIN sclioolsrMr. Owsley : Owsley tells of the benefits ,t
THE for Mr. t
: SPECIAL;>OTICE-U unquestionable Legion has effected legislation roan the safa- > Phone 235 105 PaHs.AW... '
treat'the following disesses 'attendance, we guarding oft i.Uescoloans for the ; t
I successfully k:QI eaBaett;;. deijtiV.rto.obhga" compulsory school flat f ; ula..t
by Ihemoe, .. sclentific.advanced ' "'Y rt rv'"t. If' 'tigns.ii"4' an .established reputation in shall continue until child growth-labor development building'of. homes and the settling.up 00 U.Hot 00 ,
'...rtJuMi.II'hi h r.,uaiversa11yt1iidarped'f) '' supplanted.by'child
$ been
with farms.
f r' '' results, together throughout the 6f
c Rheumatism Dladder.., accomplishing and study commander concluded his address -
Sciatica Affections, scientific( equipment, years of experience land. We shall carry on until illiteracy The calllnjr attention to the Allied B., D1CKERSOHCONTRACTOR ,
by
? based ,
Gall Stones, Contracted appeal to your intelligence and discretion Is wiped: out and reason Ability veterans of the world war, of -

a .: Uric: .Arid. DIM'all"! .in the selection of a physician to treat'Stomach '' upon 'underiitandinaprevails., write is! not the sole which c the American Legion is"The the AND BUILDER.
rend and society.
and KidneyTroubles to member
Diseases of Men. 'oU.'Orne, to'Bee me, and investigate my for good citizenship. Ware United States Kreat, nations ;;
which is imalification and'de- organized veterans of eight Brick-laying, Lathing; Plastering.Painting ,
"' advanced stem of treatment to their training ( all their .
Blood Poison An Chronic and t devoted are working with pow.. :
Diseases, t... universally indorsed. No ir.curalle cases yi'lopment. understanding between Street Kissimmee
Epilepsy. Unerring ."' the Legion if era fora better No. 121 Brack ,
how (
of the
and Skin made no Then telling such as will clear
Blood
nations
Catarrh in,All accepted, no false promises citizens for Amer-
Diseases.Women! ., given. preparing future and la Unjj
Forma, glittering, impossible guarantees fancy these path for permanent
let
DI"eallHf'f i do I do what I ad>erIfsev lea, he said: "Now us ,*' .tf. KBIDB8 W. J. 8TBBO4KR1BBS
Catarrhal and OtherDischarges ., it I advertise hal I and f/irIA'saylng: 'What have peace l 1. F. ,
I f" Charges reasonable, terms arrangCatarrhal : boys : America. for I
STEED
td : ft ,
TRAiS'lS'flCLOSE J
Pelvic and _. suit patient's convenience. Call you done to prepare APP'.IG..TNd' ! r n ;
to
ed 1KI..lt..e.
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'' Pile*, riHtula advanced system us'? DECEMBER FlrTEKSTH: '..._ .... .t LawKlvrMa
today and investigate! my the national : att.raer..d
Y 'Cnonopera!lr) (No Knife) DR. FLETCHER L. I do not allow! anydectptive In an'lwHlnfthat: _,
of treatment. "One-third oi 5.A
t Hperlul attention (riven to eontriiMwldtsfBnoB. BROWN, Specialist misleading! or unbusinesslike'assertions commander declared: born 'oi Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. former 0..1 .....u... .. allAT ..... a"II.
rolntrlic] dlnrlmrpcn! , Wood or statements to enter into my our population is foreign Hundreds warning has been issued tn ...... ...... C..r1.
and dhln d'wawn.' Piles cured without burn of foreign parentage. service men and women throughout
ritM rntlon. announcement?, entering America bring Joe Sparks.
of thousands United States by
the .
sir] people who contempts<< taking.treatment can come to my offices( for'- with treat "h6 ideals' nor .any"..under-, 'chairman of' the national rehabilita JOHNSTON U"p"J' ,UA( RBTT

f A VISIT WIlL TEll, II personal interview and explanation of their condition. landing of the spirit of Amercia..Iam tion'' committee of the American Legion JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW
for gain and who desire vocational -
afraid they come that all veterans
DR. FLETCHER L. BROWN otter in exchange ingratitude.: The training: and have not made

Hours, 9 to 6; Sundays, 10 to 1. Rooms 15-18 U. S. Trust Building Corner Laura and Legion favors and will take action fora application must do so under the, Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Oaceola Bank

'1' Sts. Entrance 25 Laura Street Jacksonville, Fla. for the exclusion: of immigration" present law before December 16, 1922 Building. ,
Forsyth this
of wait until after .
fixed period years. Those who KISSDor IEF., rLOnu r I I
Regarding the military defense date forfeit their right of receiving:
.-------- 3ley pointed' tothe Defense A.tof this government training. There are
-- : the line below which it in which this ..application ----- '
little of, if 1920 as several ways
e 'tion and the preservation of the constitution 1 of tribes that we Know I ,or military complainantmay No BS, Residence -
NA'J10SAL COMMANDER: :MAKESKEYNOTBi for one day only would 'be unsafe to gut -tan be made. The Tt'lepIJ"n.II-OflC' .
the I this flood of gold = SI 1.
of establishediy No
SPEECH BY RADIO -, and tie functioning diverted to'the "aid of the men forces. "TIu' minImum make application by writing a I
. 'supreme court<< I were in Aineritw's defense it I that act for the personnel of" the letter expressing a desire to apply Hour: S:SO to 1.00; tOO to 1:0.
Alvin .Ontlcy, national commander "We of the legion share togetherthe disabled and a has been lowered since, he for vocational work to any one of the
Thanksgiving urmy
memories of heroic trial,_ and would provide a I that it b'! the' B. L. WILKERSONUKVTIST
of the American Legion delivering r for one of them that aid> "and the Legion asks bureau offices located throughout DR. ?
every
week: through struggles that left a mark upon ourhearts Christmas I for
r in
his keynote'speech'taat existence with agleam estored.! United States It necessary ,
raido Wathingtonasrteardwest ," Mr. Owsley Raid. "For four would lighten a gray the" war "won that I ;:
the, government in I ef Speaking) of great the applicant: to sign Ma name so
--- to The Rocky Mountains years we have guarded and forwarded "Let us joy.be thankful that there is b y the service men at an economic the bureau may consider the application __ face.._Over The .Ri-sali ftnre.
broken veter- "
and other wireless broadcasting the interests of. the II\VbSh.u.;_no-teed of-that. evenr0mda3,-.i- ..Mciiiie,wliilShtrre: : !'"--ivi' .oth er a3 Tuade-b> Zhe man 1It1\l1tf'--lt! :
_BUl.tloDB.-picklng.-_his..message.>aaaoithegrca war Americans who avoided active service advisable! for the applicant to make
..At1iL1n..of thcLcgiojo LS :
The mn
;;; ."n.L-.iC jrutlnLttui- .this-s gilancofry arty of of 1
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=outlining: Jpgfon policing and the women of its Auxiliary can jid remained in the ranks peace bin application in person at one
throughout the nation. -years if need be."The tJiaiHyJoTth for Ameiica's' disubU-d on everyThanksgiving to their own great economic profit the district or sub-district offices of Auto License 1
for o care "
-nationalcommander "defined 1ejflonMks them to the war, he declared. Bureau although I
culls for and 1 care for t lug directly heU.: 6. Veterans'
.
toward such > disabled. The legion I '' that this .
the legion's attitude of the people
will
} < and America's charity "it is t the not absolutely necessary.Forma other
b call the ration to they will; may this is Income Tux Returns or Accountant -
r problems as the care of the disabled justice.! We upon Let I be: charitable iijustiie be righted by an adjustmentf be obtained! at any ono
,continue us work.
nationaldefense mindful of its duty to >its own. O\'PI'SCU' may I
child labor, the be and they
immigration international Out of the millions that \ve vend'! if need be, when the agents of .. wartime compensation o f the Iiurvau offices or from an.of Room 1:1: State Bank Building I r'
policy, peace their will in no uncerfe. such theVmericar I
1111"pressed all
before agencies
for the >avintri 1 the soviets" of Russia! come 'the c-up rating .
ontinually oversees .
a profiteering adjustment of compensa Red Cross and
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- -- --- -- - Legion!( 'theseforms I. JESSIE D. Mh
other vterm organizations --- -
should he filled l) l out, signed< andor..8rd..1 tDENTIST
( to one of the veteran bu- DR. R. J. DENNING t
ft.iu: ofn\'.... It'u person I1'0 situated I
unable to chtuin oneof .
that he i-
forms: letter will be accepted Over the Fostoffice.IFFICH \ .
\there application. ) iioims: to 11.jo. i.l t. .6.Qeeldenc. .
Where as an the postmark, of such letter Phone 174- j

7 BIG CHRISTMAS SALE or form aho%*.. that it was made on or -OfBce Phone 1M
before December 15; the application --
wit 1 be or-I( !ervd as \\I1.e the manintern
the office, before the close of a
the work,,], .ia\' on December 15.t:; P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEYAT.LAW
pplioatior mailed. later than thin
date will be too late 1

a c" In this BIG SELLING EVENT we' have made an extra effort to make whether A pernv/i h.' ha.who, n valid is In application doubt) \. as on 10 Winter OFFICES Park. :Florida ,

tie hhouUl take! steps inline liatcly tosscertair a

dollar ; and time when needs their dollar his status. from one. of the .
k count at
your '' a everyone offi ell of the .bureau. The government I
is eager that all former service + +
men1010..' .tre entitled. to the benefits + Tl'RSERMARRLE&G1t.1NITE: 4
stretched the to limit. Visit us early and you will be glad you came. YKU of this a,'t -hould take advantage, of + COMPANY. TAMPA OO

his opportunity All application re- + -

:r want to buy where you can save the most, so come and take part in this "('Iveti wilt if have the the facts fullest presented conwidoiaand are. ++ M O N-V M E NTS *4

t''uffclew, to meet the provisions! ofvation + :M. J. Crowder. Agent, Kinm
economy event and let us prove our power to save you money. the Raru*. .a":1., te,Act, (benefits the claimant under ,I e.a.aaa&a&a&. - _ ---- & & & . & & 0
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1 SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16thLASTS 1 i;'duct department In lon an," shown exhibit of Live-agriculture by-entitled Stock the- Unite'"Pork Reposition at: the States pro-International ''I a ;. "A.J_ MARKET


Chicago. December 2 to 9, the department
gives the essential points for Meg. and ;
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QNE: WEEK ONLY-ENDS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23RD raising swine ,economically. f r

Good breeding stock, proper' meting 'r
_ ,, and careful feeding' of the brood VegeeMOs .f:
HBMBMM H >| lOWS,, are all Important, but a point
'Men's' Over-Globe Slioes' Men's Elastic S.eamc Men's Union Suits, 69c Men's Army Work In hog sluing that should receive'more : :

'" $6.00 to $8.00 'values Drawers .. atteatlen'bpaiuse, it 'is often ; Phorie 4'.t.j: "
value
;; ; $1.25 ;; value; Sale Pride.59c Shoes, $a95 value; Sale neglected la1 the 'necesaitvof keeping T %

do Sale Price .. . $4.18Boys' Sale Price . . .89c the _
Ladies' W. :B. Corsets Price . . . . :$3.18 young pigs growing-continuously .
,, from the iroment of birth to maturi.I - ..-.._ -- -,
Solid Leather Men's Sanitary Fleece: guaranteed rust proof, Men's American Scout ty, -
I I ** ** < > < '
Shoes Even before the .
$3.25 value ; Lined Underwear pigs are wean*
$1.00 $1.50 value Sale Price Shoes $3.25 value Sale
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; I they should hate access to com maelf.feedeMi
.. Sale Price. . .$2.89 M. TILLER
value; Sale Price.69c . , , . .$1.19 Price ". . . . .$2.75 as a supplement to thsow's
y' Ladies' milk. As! soon as they are
Real I Ease ;
Ladies' Middy Blouses, Towels, 15c value; Sale Ladies' Hose 25c value weaned the pigs should be kept on Real Estate Agency
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Shoes, $2.85 value ; $1.50 value Sale Price foil feed either by self.feed or by -...-...... ........_.... L" "......
Sale Price. ; Price , . 9C Sale Price . 19c nand, Approved types of selffeedera -
. . .
_ $2.25Ladies' . . . . . . . 98c tu&yraclutrouarha, and watertnlt' Realty Bought and told
Oxfords, $5.00 Urge Size Bath Tow- Ladies' Lisle Hose, 35c fountati are shown in the exhibit. House rented
Ladies' Canton CrepeD els 69c value Sale Proper. awls and exercise furnishes laze ;
y .to $8.00 values; Sale ; value ; Sale Price 24c to vigorous pigs of proper type resui' paid-UK Titles veriS-

Price . . . . .$3.98 eases, 15.00 value; Price . ' .45cMen's Ladies'-Hose: 15c value in ho"H of market weight of about I'" ed for oort-re.iaenb.,
JSale Price . .$11.98LTadreS month of are: Fire. Life ud Accident I..
Ladies' High Top Shoes Neck Wear, 50c Sale Price . ,. . .9cLadies' The profitable pig Is the one that sura nee.Indemsnry. .
-superior Quality val- Canton Crepe value ; Sale Price 39c never lltop"". growing: from farro9.1nar Bond. .-
to tnarket
Silk Hose, 75c |s a good slogan for every -

. lies to $10.00; Sale $19.atod%"Wtae SAlin Dresses, .I Men's Neck Wear, 75c value ; Sale Price.45c hog raiser.NOVELTY, . ....................!..... ... "
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Price -"
-, Price . . . .. . .$5.48 ; value Sale Price 48c
;
Wash . . . .-. .$14.48 Ladies' Silk Hose, $1.00 WORKS AND
Cloths; Sale Men's Garters, 25c value value Sale Price 69c LtJMBER YARD NEID'S HEALING BATHS
Price . I a'dies' Con b. "10.00 to ;,
..... . .gc Sale Price..21c
12.00 value felle Priceladies' ; ; Ladies' Pure Silk Hose
Men's Shirts;$1.50; value ; ,

Sate Price. . 98c . . . . ,,' .$8.98 Men's Garters, 35c value ,$1.50. value ; Sale Price .. GOING all Recommended kinds of Ski for Dtleasea Rheamatiain! and; 1 and ne-

Men's ; Sale'Price. .29c . . . . . . .$1.19 ach Tl'o.ublu. .
Work Shirts, $1 J Crepe d e t5hine) TO
*
value ; Sale Price 69cMen's Waists, and BloNtoes\ One lot of Boys' Suitsto Men's Hose, 20c value; Also mineral water for ,lrii kin 4r

Khaki Shirts, $5.00 to $8.00 value; be closed out at actual Sale Price.,15c ,BUILD purpot ---

$1.25 valueiPrice 89c Sale Price . . .$4,18 cost. Don't fail to Men's Hose, 25c value ; CHAS. NIHD Owner

Men's Belts 50c value see these values. Sale Price..19c 1RY ,
; One lot of Ladies' Voile Order L FromPhone

Sale Price... . . 39c Waists, $1.50 to $2.50 I Men's Hats, $2.50 val- Men's Silk 'Hose, 75c + 1K14R 208 KUai.nmiee, P'b,rid*.

Men's Belts, 75c value, values, to be closed out ue ; Sale Price $1.89 value ; Sale Price.59c "

Sale Price . . .69cMen's at . . . . . . 98c Men's Hats; ($3.50 value l- Children's Hose 15c. GET RID OF THAT '

Nu-Way Strech Ladies' W. B. Corsets, ; Sale Price.$2.89 value ; Sale Price.nc

; Suspenders, 65c value ; $2.00 value; Sale Price, Men's Hats, $5.00 value Children's Hose 25c Cypress, Pine and Cedar. TIRED FEELWC:

Sale; Price .*. . .49c I . . . . . . .$1.69 ; Sale Price. .$3.68 We r
,, value; Sale Price 19C make Window and Door 'tIU feel run down and NII-,
Do
_ sick all the time Are )'tJUrHoj;

., Frames. pate easily hftd-oo eergy .
nmbiUoo..
no"pep"? kNow
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- h the time to take Code"
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AU kinds of IlteriorFin- PeptoMangan. Jt willbrace"OU.up
give you. I;' delightful, feeling of /
nn.All kind i
-of-Sci-eeii
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firm, solid flesh, bring the
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----Le tujmi r&your rest.Your druggist yorylo bas Q.'e-U1ui4 ,

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and reduce thc'thne ofcsok-; about on account of heavy purchasesby
:I Home Demonstration IMIBfl 61 product the trade for Thanksgiving week es .' .
mnl Crystallized .Kumquat Chip and in making commitments looking IF You ARE A POULTRY OWNER
Clean kumquats thoroughlysprinkle ,tcward the Chirstmaa and holiday "
.ALBIN.P. SMITH '
with soda using teaspoon of soda ,trade. We believe it may be safely
,I said that these conditions indicate a THIS; WILL INTEREST You
PEELGraefrult to 1 Ib. of kumquati.,. Pour sufficient j; .
'ylyfY :tALJZZD CITRUS boiling'.water over'to cover fruit. Let!1 I general improvement in business con .'
stand for 10 minutes pour'wAter.offand ditions as reflected in the produce. M ANITARYDATRYCO'S. . "
Peel No. 1
three of.trade. COMBINED .
rinse changes
through
:Method I I I "Total shipments from the state to MILK & ICE PURINA RATION
Lt] (Quick ) water. Cut kumquats into quarters!! : CREAM '$: .. PURINA ... --. --
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Note4--Quick methods of crystaljiinr These slices are dropped into a boiling December: an increase --------- ------- CHICKENPURINA '
more than thirteen' hundred cars over -
solution, prepared by dis- i
fiMit successfully used sugar CHOWDER tHEN
ue Diving 1 cup of sugar in 2 CUDS of the same period last year. About -
when;: the In not to Tie kept .
seven thousand curs have moved to .
length of time. water. Boil for 30 minutes and then ,
any'
.'r.t-! Grapefruit peel l 1'fa Ibs' sugar i drop into/ a heavy syrup made by dissolving and date tangerines including, with oranges grapefruit grapefruit about CHOWI. % 1'Ii
I 1 of in 1 of
cup sugar cup
water.teparqtion.
o o* :
three hundred cars in excess of other
."\ of peel: Select bright I water. Boil for 30 minutes. Allow ,.: varieties. At this date last! t .
thick: Wash ro stand until cool and;! the next day season 'Ii ., .
fruit with a' peel. care- the state had shipped about six thou- .a=, -. f fiii -
minutes the NIhMTw ;;
in
for
fully. Grate lightly on 'an ordinary; boil 30 fame!: sugar sand five hundred cars with 1 d A a
solution. Remove And! place: on a grape-
cells. the '
to break the oil Cut "
r"
grater } fruit over one thousand in excess of lit CA
and from the platter to dry. They may; than be ta w
peel in quarters 1 icmove other varieties.
I the
While total (ship :
fruit and weigh. Cut thin! peel Into I rolled in sugar.Crystallized. I I ments how this increase of thirteen SWING TOWARD t:
strip that are 1 1-4 to 1-:.'. inch inWidth Sour' Orange Feel) I bundled' the J t!
cars over game period HEAI.THSwlnlt
Follow the directions foi ,/>
same tn
small T1 '' ,
; or cut into shape c, last year it is very gratifying to note /"
in a saucepan or water And fir c ach grapefruit peel except that two ,[ that there has been no serious break 1
quart of peel-taken add 3 pin'.t of changes of water are "uffict'nt.! I in there
prices although have been
cold water. Boil 10 minutes anal times I pour Cut Crystallized fruit crosswise Sour Orange in slite No.threa-1 i I some low offerings' due entirely to your family to- This 'chart sfiows'how"' different feeds affect a hen'a
the water Repeat throe or
off I the weak condition of some cars ward Health and Safety. ..
enucJt'of fourths! of an inch thick Follow the I but few whites.
until an, the bitter flavor Is when brought. Present prices rattgir r laying. Grains make many yolks
removed as ia desired. Dry and peel same methods as given:; for ltYRtulliz-J. Ask ,us to deliver your .
from $2.tc $3.35 for $1.75to '
oranges Purina Hen Chow
ing grapefruit. peel in Mfthoda 1 Purina Chicken Chowder and .
between /olds-Of cloth pressing gent ,
and 2.JlARIETS.- ''" $2.75 for grapefruit and .$lto i. S .Milk and Cream. It's '
ly. ...- __._ __ _ I $5.75 for tangerines, all f. -wholesome make practically an equal number, of whites'and, roueSwhen .
Method: ,For each pound l of peel BETTER ASSHIPMENTS 1 o. b. sipping _point."Asgrapefru'it pure rich and *- directed.
used) add 1 1.2 Ibs. of sugar to <> ozs. I has moved in excess fed together
: IMPROVE ;
of water. Bring to a boil and cook of other varieties and in large The first'two columns show what happens"when you
u"Ul the sugar Is dissolved. Add the In his monthly litter to Florida] sizes; and in-some cases, in a weakened alone-tad' '' ;: 'The
prepared peel and boil until the syrup banks. Business Manager C. E. Stewart : condition it has been necessary ANITARYDAIRY@t feed Purina ,Hen Chow many y.Wkai.! I.

is' Absorbed. Remove immediatelyfrom of the Florida Citrus Exchange, to make considerable alowa{i "es. Be- LEE ROGEP.SPROPr' next two columns show what' happens when you' feed
fire and roll the fruit in
the
I of these conditions and the
says: cause whites. .:
granulated or powdered sugar. -"ThO-- hAnl''e- in weather" conditions shipment of immature fruit early in \: 'flfour91/ill/Jnal1/ Purina Chicken Chowder only-too many ; .
YintshingI'otntrif -eooklng-tS"<56vr-: has already begun to !show satisfactory -: the ,...RHon. the average f. o. b., priceon The last'.two columns give you a picture'of.the'cgg
tlnued for too-long-a--period t>f time ..
,
results. Fruit is putting on all varieties to date would perhaps : .".
and evaporation carried too far the more color and is rapidly]; reaching, u range from $2.60 to $2.75 per box. (, [",' <: product' will be hard and unattrac- higher degree of maturlj. '. There h. The total shipment to date of seven .. K Purina Chicken Chowder L
tive. The point at which the product a much more active demand from all thousand eight hundred cars at three PURINACHICKEN.
PREVENTION REMEDY
shall he finished be determinedby TilE PURINA and .Purina Hen Chow fed
mal markets particularly thost in which hundred and sixty' boxes to the car
rolling a piece the fruit whenIt fruit is distributed by mean of-: auc- would equal 2,808,000 bcxes. Estimating AGAINST TOMATO WILT HE: CHOW according to directions. I
has become transparent in granulated Jr:.
tion. Theft markets are taking good the average price received at
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sugar. If after a few minutes fruit at very satisfactory prices, $2.<>0 per box would mean the sum of Tcmato growers are cautioned to (S'_.. Insist tie Checkerboard Ban CHOWDER. ;
the fruit stiffens enough to retain its which n due to the higher/: color, state $8,300,800! of new money returned to/ provide against the dangers of the .ww. __ on .. : -
shape it it sufficiently cooked. A -maturity and finer KtE'p1ntr"qoali- the state during the first sixty or fungous disease known as wilt before Wore Eggs Gaaraatced
strip of the peel I is preferred to the ties. There is indication that this seventy days of the shipping season. the winter crops are planted. Even : .
small shapes in making this test. condition will continue until] Christ Heavy shipments of fruit in a back- ,be tare planting the seed the seedbeds Phone us yoUr prder today.
Note: If it is desired to give a mas after which will probably come ward season has no doubt cut tailed should, be sterilized according to (i.K. i.
variety In, appearance to the finishedproduct the usual period of waita.g:, lasting consumption to some extent an the I Weber truck pathologist of the i
.
the peel may be cut into perhaps until January 15. public has not had for the past six Floria experiment station. ,
small attractive .shapes before being "ThenrMti*) pat king asuc" ciationi. weeks any considerable quantity of "Resistant and early maturing varieties
boiled. Vegetable coloring may be report that they are still having some good eating citrus fruit. This will al10 j should be selected for the conning FLORIDA FEED STORES'i
added to the fiyrup in which the peelin trouble in securing n sufficient, num- apply to "shipments from Porto' crop land should be selected i
'
crystallitfd. Mint ginger or other her nf refriwerator car?. A1a result Rico as their oranges are arriving which has not grown tomatoes in the
flavoring may be Mended with the of this condition they a-t ntiriuingthe nicipid, not sufficiently sweet andbadly last_three years and all plants which .
grapefruit flavor by I adding to the I the uo. of \ventilated I lux cars in decayed. California orangesare show any indications of wilt shouldbe
syrup. I handling their ,hipml"ntTbe railroads showing considerable diy. This pulled} up and liulncd," are other 306 Broadway
Grapefruit Peel No. 2 I,' have promised cliff at an carlv with the condition of Porto Rico fruit precautions pointed out by I'r. Weber
Prepare peel] a" in Method 1. Boil date and predict that liy Iieceml has a tendency to turn the consuming who adds, "No spray or fertilizer can
sugar and water until the syrup will l.r a uffloii-nt' supply of efrijfvi.itor' public to other fruits, which have save a plant that shown symptoms of TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
spina thread. Add the peel and rook I ears will be available. been plentiful and have commanded the disease! because the germs: are already -
until Pour thin into the reasonable in in the aflRI thus carried
transparent "Humors' thioughout summer prices tompanson to sap are
container and let it stand fo' ten and tally full were ptJ.isttat along past.. HuteR.. I to all parka of the plant regardlessof Call Up No. 218
dsvs! longer. When ready to flninh the lines that mandU.l.'TH; : in the "Infillmntiull has been given out, I any spraying or fertilization."
lilt from the, syrup, put 'on a latk north hap I !sustained 'e\eie IOSHPH in which probably hUH been inspired by I Tomato wilt is common in Florida ( TWO-ONE-EIGHT)
and sun. If the day ill clear and dry the handling of fruit and \fjr -tabc! <, spl'eulatimarkt'tlnJC iMgumzatiAns, :and causes gloat losses being considered !.
a Jew hours will complete the prod I and that many of them were in any hinting that contract for oran e- '' the worst disease ofthe tomatoin

'thing hut a satisfactory ndUiiix> fir i have heen made for Chiistmas. de iv- I many tomato-glowing districts of II. HAHOI HU.Mi:. M. P. SIM;MONK U. A. 1I10RRl US..JR.: -
Note!: This product remains in nUl1l' Dlly. L'p to .the present::' time : Cry, as low as $2.2.1; per box. We the state. Because it is subject only' .President. \:Ice President' Sbc. & Trea
good condition for. an indefinite thin has not proven to be the case ns' I doubt if there, is any foundation for ;; to preventive measures, it is very difficult -) laiecticidet Sprayers Poulb'J.SlIpp6e.Ronest
length of time. very few failures of any importance this. but look upon it as propaganda to control. The fungus which Best Fertilizer
Florida Rough Lemon Peel have been reported and collections) up j I for the purpose of discouraging the causes the disease! lives in the soil Goods. Fair Prices Prompt Shipment
Follow, the same. direction as for I to the past ten day have been reasonably !- grower that his fruit may be bought: from one season to the next which Ask Your Neighbor!. Knows . 4
grapefruit! pt'eJ.) .The only part of satisfactory. During the past I profitably by the speculator duringthe makes crop rotation necessary. To- GET NEW FALL PRICELI3T BEFORE DUYING.
the rind may be grated from the peel ten days there has been a slight slow. | next thirty days" Renldsweet matoes should be planted on "sick"
before boiling. This makes a tender ,r.i. lag up this is provably brought I Chronicle. soil only once every four years. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacksonville, Florida r oI

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WE WISH TO ADVISE THAT THE FORD DEALERS JUST A PERSONAL WORD TO ALL THE PEOPLE IN I

HAVE CHANGED HANDS AND THAT I HAVE TAKEN KISSIMMEE AND SURROUNDING TERRITORY : 'I

OVER THE FORD BUSINESS OWNED BY MR. TIAIMONS
I I HOPE THAT YOU WILL NOT LOOK ON ME AS AN
AND MR. GILBERT, AND. WOULD LIKE FOR ALL OF HIS S -- S
OUTSIDER FOR I AM NOT BUT AM ONE OF YOU NOW,
OLD CUSTOMERS' AS WELL AS ALL FORD OWNERS, TO THAT \ViLL "A
AND EVERYONE GIVE US CHANCE TO
CONTINUE TO PATRONIZE OUR PLACE OF BUSINESS. '

. WIN YOUR CONFIDENCE.WE .' .
WE HAVE RETAINED ALL OF" THE FORCE THAT
.. ALL ABOUT THE AUTOMOBILE
DO NOT CLAIM TO KNOW
WERE WITH MR.'TIMMONS AND MR. GILBERT, AND IT
BUSINESS. ALTHOUGH I HAVE BEEN IN THE ,
WILL BE OUR OBJECT TO SERVETHE CAR OWNERS
FORD BUSINESS EIGHT YEARS ; BUT I HAVE
OVER
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TO THE BEST OF OUR ABILITY. WE WILL CARRY A '
FOUND THIS POLICY TO BE OF MORE BENEFIT> THAN
FULL LINE OF SUPPLIES.AND REPAIR PARTS. AS WELL
ELSE-ANI> ITS TiltS "TREAT YOUR CUSTOMERS
AS A FULL LINE OF FORD CARS, TRUCKS AND TRACANYT1lING : -
YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE TREATED YOURSELF.
TORS, SO THAT WE CAN BE IN POSITION TO TAKE CARE AS

OF ANY NEEDS THAT YOU MAY IIA VE. *

. WE WILL ENDEAVOR TO LIVE UP TO THIS AND

S JUST A WORD FOR THE GARAGES; : tip'E HOPE SHOULD YOU EVER HAVE A REASON FOR COMPLAINT

THAT THEY WILL LET US CO-OPERATE WITH THEM 1 WILL' DEEM IT PERSONAL FAVOR IF YOU WILL TELL

. AS WE CERTAINLY WILL TRY TO DO OUR PART, ANI ME ABOUT IT, .INSTEAI) OF TELLING SOMEONE ELSE.'

WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE THEM CALL ON US AT ANY ALL BUSINESS YOU MAY FAVOR US WITH WILL:

TIME WE CAN BE OF SERVICE, AND HOPE THAT OUR BE VERY MUCH APPRECIATED--NO, 'MATTER HOW

RELATION WILL BE MOST PLEASANT. LARGE OR SMALL IT MAY nEe

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FIU'T.: 4CEMBER T" o (e ,}
IS 1421' .
i11EYiS8fhIMEE V ALLEJ' au DE \ ., -
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14 1rOU11 j> 11 .
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_ I ? the records in the city lerk'. office OLD-TIME'' .REVIVAL .MEETINGS

L -the- foiltimeMan whose businesjf is the city are now taxed to. the limit-stem they: will find that for have the paid past by seven*1rect 'A eerie* of-evangel Is tic. "iervieel r i
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ALLEY GAZETTE would and, tax themselves THE FORUM years,the tax payers
payers
the r
city business. No five men taxation into the city on accountof will beheld at the gospel tent whic'
purchase a business of their own and to ,be pretty unanimous on that score, street" lighting the sum of $35- has been,set'up on the eorpsrtpp
BUBLISHED BY for the present. condition pdsite the, Methodist church ,
might the remedy of=5
such timeal they 735.08, making an average \
KI86IMWEB VALLEY GAZETTE trust to taxation. The' best JOHNSTON REPLIESTO ninjr. today. Per. W F. Sharp/ oJ-
their other interests to is rot In more JIM 107.01 per year. 4 !
EVERY FRIDAY Squeeze from possible remedy<< would be a (city,boom FORUM LETTERS It has also been stated I that the the Moody Church; Chicago, c Will
XI8HIMMEE. FLORIDA run it. They would hire, a manager. this commission' bring a message from God's Word at,
is the biggest business here bringing to'the city\ more tax,, payersand the Citizens and Voters of Ki parties advocating desire I the conclusion of the song* service;
."HAMHIS _. _.p.Pr.ld..nt The city To form of government
VANS!! AONIikV...?._,, .l:1ecr..tar: abouts. Tomorrow's affirmative vote enhanced value of taxable property simmee City,. Florida: to manager see the city "di of',the electric which begins promptly a$ seven-thir
$ T. KHENTH.--.Editor running the city's business ,as within the (city. The incubus of The article by .Mr.: Gilbert With eel light and wafer pant to some individual ty. '
In Bte'IIIPTION RATKH mela Five "of the' past debt itself defers prosperity. We trence to the city commission which tar corporation.., This statement The tent i lit absolutely rain proof
'' oti,, ,Year__..___.______1800 you would your own. the tax funds, for new on page 5 of the issue cyour without, foundation and I can say and the comfortable seats and saw
', Months_____...____ 100 once-in-a-while men can not cannot: use appears this is,
I ) Mix best | old dated. Itecember 8 of and for others advocatingthis dust covered floor make it a most
must off! paper for myself
)', Three Montlis-------- bet fulltimeandthennome improvements, we pay of
]
IA with a for number cheery place.In .
(compete I year seems<< to call a form of government that we do
>d at the poBtoffle. at KinHim- man whose sole business inter- I sins; of improvidence criticisms.In not desire to see<< the city dispose' of addition to the nightly services "
Florida a* ., ('ond-da,," mutter) est is.the- city's business, who is free Prosperity is undoubtedly "knock- view of the fact that I have this plant but that we are proud of an hour-long) meeting will be hellSunday

ror exc.t from au- entanglements, and isthere intr at our door.7t1at ('an' we do, 1 served on the city council and am the fact that the city does own its afternoon from three to four.
e l cvrri the writer do hill job as made that -
will 1 tic returned. It to j' further retarded At |nances of the city, having would certainly oppose the action of tent. I
matter called. for. representatives of the people. vent its being of my .special 'interest while I was a any party or parties to lease or dispose The subject f or tonight. is "T.N.T.
I l least we can curb the incurring I'!counc Iman, I feel that it is properto of the same,' but what we do Saturday night, "The World's GreatJ;
...'lfin Advertising' H ....._n...... THE RESULTS I more debt, That is one thing that the I BuProit' criticisms of :Mr. Gilbert's want is to see this plant operated on eat Detective. Sunday afternoon
I GETS
AMERICAN PRESS: ASSOCIATION proposed'! charter amendment at-'I' statement based on my knowledge of a paying basis and the water and "Cave Man Stuff;" Sunday night. "A;
I IK it any wonder. that such a system do. the affairs of the city.: light rate reduced. Man's Man." Other subjects to be.:

DECEMBER 15, 1922 invariably results in clearing up I tempt"-: of the prescribed by the I The present situation of the city is The purpose of this letter is not to announced later.
means
' indebtedness, increased efficiency at One is not. quite as rosy at appears from the criticise the, present council. As a Old-time gospel singing and. old-
SOUTHERN INVENTIONThe 'I or lowering the tax rate?! new. charter is publicity., The plan casual. glance) of the statement matter of fact the financial conditionof time gospel 1 preaching will feature
-- jt saving, Iowa. for an annual audit of the city's affairs Mr. (Gilbert has indicated, for in- the city has been bettered during these meetings, which are non-see..,
commission-manager form of ,:,11 it any) wonder that Dubuque i which will be published, and for stared that the city is rapidly paying the life of such council and throughits tartan in character. Everybody is-
during the manager's first ten days! | off its dtbt and at the !same time piling will be heartily welcome. Come I And brine
city government is a product of the hisI a budget system, which, by publication efforts. There never any ,
the amount of much surplus and balance in the v'
times Contributed.
I three friends. -
saved until the -
salvation for the cityis
South.!: Originating- in Staunton, Virginia of the budget, will apprise the city your : i

1 fourteen years ago, it hay I I salary saved, or the that city Bartow'the amount city of manager hi.-. I| citjzens of what I'I intended in the bunk.Mr.)) Gilbert shows that two )'C'arsal'O city run cannot on business be run on principles.business. prin.The FREE MOVIES AT I. ,

spread to more than three hundred that Tallahassee l- i '"bY'" future taxation for the ensuing the bond debt of the city 'was ciples until the finances are united CASINO TUESDAY"The :
week?! Or
cities in more than half the states. i| salary within a had yiar. Semiannually, the city $31 ,246.25, and that today the bond under one control and handled on the of An Automobile* a
city-m.naf'euhip of thebord Story
Not one city which adopted it has ever under until '1 m..r.ager must report to the commies debt is $277,000. $27,246.25 votedto budget system. That is one of the six reel movie, will be shown aue-
the tate debt two was
of years ago
returned to the old method. I the lowest tax rate I'.j-ion! the financial condition of the cityin replace street paving funds that central ideas back'of the- city tt xa- Casino theater next Tuesday Decent'

The system spreads most rapidlyin Barlow, under city-managership detail and, these ports are to be were on deposit in the State Bank of I ger form of government.: ber 19. This film is said to be of exceptional -
thatNew
still lower rate?! Or JAMES M. JOHNSTON. I I
the-
all
achieved a interest, Knowing
sections where it has been tried. puoliphed" The expense of these publications I Xisaimmee on the data of its failure.
Smjrnu, saved 15000 the first Since that time the city has been paid processes of auto manufacture It ,
initial adoption in
Following Staunton's ] will be nothing ts comparison ''
year?! Or that Sanford converted an $12,500 by the bond company bonding' "1 regard the commission-manager was produced by the United States
came Sumter, South Carolina, with operating: deficit of $] ,154 into a ; to the value of-the information the State Bank on account of funds: plan of municipal government as a 'I Department of Commerce at the
(
1 the first charter under this form. Its of $2,854 the first )'ur' Or to the voters.Ask any man in on deposit in said bank. There has marked advance over any plan hith- no charge for admission, everyone
results 'were quickly apparent and profit the profits the street! now, ask even the city ileo been paid into the city treasury' erto tried in this country, from the Studebaker" factory There will be' -
Hickory, and Morgantown, North that Tallahassee increased councilman themselves. You will find the sum-of 4423.92 as a dividend standpoint of both efficiency and de .being invited to We the--guest of the'
obits public utilities from |900 per of Kissimmee. Kissimmee Auto Company. .
-Carolina,-copied Sumter almost im- : that until Mr. Gilbert's article was from the State Bank mocracy.-Woodrow Wilson. I '
month to sometime'* $3,600 a month The balance of the said $27,246.25 -
mediately. Last year the beneficial and with no increase in rate'? Or putili, hed no one knew clearly just was made up by additional millage "
effects wherever tried caused additional stood in financial
the
that Saint Augustine paid off a $37- how city levied in 1921. .
cities to adopt the measure at and rr. .ttnl!. Yet it Keems only just that Mr. Gilbert shows! the sum of $26- -
debt,
the rate of one a week. The last ixmonths inherited floating put t,I.J1 who the billsshould be folly 300 in the sinking funds at this time r
1 hundred I 36,000; into a sinking :fond?! pay and he deducts this amount from the
another
<
have seen informed, upon these I 4 cities added. Today Florida is efficiently I! hlSHIMMEFTSSTATUS FINANCIAL I intention "of the proposed fact a large portion of this $26- NOTICE !

governed by this system in carter amendment is to stop the 300 on hand goes to pay interest, and
e fourteen cities Georgia had tight I practice of borrowing against the this interest was not added to the total
I With lar number of instancesn
ftttkXftndiDJSJ.t.O.kJflJ.[ a bonded indebtedness. The interest
__ last Juoe ... !
Warrants forbidden to
L. : :future. are I
:: Florida cities where indebtednesshas alone is $18,914.77
: on bonds per
and
horns Texas Seventeen,
twenty, be drawn save as against already -

Virginia fourteen. There must bld .d into been profits wiped, it out is, of and importance deficits turn-for in the funds upon which money they I annum.Mr. Gilbert shows the amount of BIG MASS MEETING

r reason for this. consider where .are rll\\1I. Borrowing money to cover $14,004.59 in the city treasury in all
the voters to stop and
'
-- funds on the date of his statement,
As for
deficits is limited.
., MOST DEMOCRATIC FORMCommissionmanagership this city stands. If the city manager severely and it is well known -to those famil
1 is fundamentally !1 system has been so uniformly successful the issuance! of the promissory notes iar with the city affairs that the larger -
4 democratic. People wJio: elsewhere it is natural to assume and the issuance of further bonds, portion of the revenue is receivedin Of the TAX PAYERS at the BAND STAND

have not investigated the working of, that something may be done these are subject to statutory regulations : November: when a 5 percent discount of

the system, and are therefore ignor | along the same lines here. Some of and only permitted after, and taxeP', is and' allowed Mr. Gilbert's on the payment statement

ant of its methodq may, at firs the most important advantages whichit by an election. was made after the November col- Friday Night December 15Speaking

thought, cry out that it is undemocratic is hoped will result from the adoption I The proposed amendments ,call for I Ucting; and at the date of Mr. Gil.bert's ,

to make its most important official tomorrow of the proposed charter ''f.10.lt: all that can fairly 1,1' done to < statement: there had been paid
the credit. The char. into the treasury the sum of $17,350 !
city's
appointive instead of electiveby relate to the financial policies of conserve: and $955.66 accountof
on 1922 taxes on I
"the peoples' 'choice." A democ the city. Taxpayers have an especial ter board could not well incorporate delinquent taxes, these sums were Milton G.

racy's strongest function is in its interest in this phase of tbe matter t provision forbidding the t.a"x payers paid from November 1, 1922 to the by Pledger,

ability to control its public officials ( and are desirous of Feeing the city |to vote themselveF into _debt under', date of Mr. Gilbert's ;statement.Mr. B. WoodaU and others. Comeone

The most effective control of public derive as much as possible from tax tony condition. To do so would have I Gilbert announces that the of

officers ever devised is provided in peen to prejudge the needs of the present officials reduced the taxes
all
collected.No
revenue that is
mills this promise
the city two year; come we you
the commission-manager plan. The in the knows more future. And no one is wise<< enough officials increased ,
man city true, but the same
policies are absolutely under hte control .};OJt the financial condition of Kis- :for that. I the; millage!: oneyear ago: four mills. some real Home Brew.

of the "will of the people" While simmee than' does J. R. Gilbert, who ] ADOPT THE NEW FORM The! total assessed valuation of the
1 With excellent financial rehabilit-| city in Iklo was $1,333,319, and the
"mayor-commissioner" : (
so-called i K
a term of
has ben city! clerk for i. long : 21 mills In 1917 the
rate was
tax
elected from the commissioners he is the incumbent today, and lion the general rule among cities! I II the of the'Oundl
years tax assessor at request
baa no veto power. The city become who, it is confidently expected, wouldbe 'with I commission manager go\irn- <' increased the valuation of the The Tax Payers' Committee '

one-headed, not two-headed. '' The ) indispensable to a cltr manllger. i meat, Kisnimmee's hope lies in to.norrow's city from $1,3 S319 to $2,111,902. and
"the reduced the mill&ge from 21 to 14
policies are absolutely under the con Mr. Gilbert, in last week's issue of ( favorable vote people
the city
valuation of
mills. The total
the charter., Kis-
trol of the commissioners who brl- on proposed
The Gazette presented figures showing as shown bv the 1922 assessment rollis
elected by the people. This must be the financial condition of the city simmee is now moving :forward more.! $2,301,044 and the tax rate is 26

so, else the commissioner could not oday. His figures show that at,this rapidly than for a long", long time. I mills, making: the taxes 12 mills higher I

assume responsibility for his acts. : date", the; total indebtedness in the Give_ it a business system; for its city I than in 1917 and the Valuation of OOOGOOOOOOOO OO OOOOOOOOOOO.OO'OOOOO'O.OOO OOO ..
Freed'from the details of carrying i i: affairs, and elect from the eight candidates the city only increased $189,373: and
bonds. and time
form of ", notes, warrants this increase on old assessments -
+ out policies, the commissioners, the with sinking for commissioner the three was sn I
aggregate $277,000 and not new property.
choice of the people, can inaugurate funds on hand of $26,300. 1 I best men. Then Kissimmee can approach The council in 1921 increased the CHRISTMAS GREETINGS I

improvements, knowing that their| Kissimmee'a assessed Valuation is i its possibilities. tax rate of the city from 24 mills to
-XXX--: 28! mills to take care of the money
plans will be carried out, instead of I --
j $2,301,041. Taken on a percentage
;
'"hoping, that some of them will be j INTEREST IN MANAGER' FORM lost In the bank failure and .to providefor
basisthis makes the city s debt al-' sinking: fund for timewatrantassued FROM THEPEOPLES' .

4 'aWe' to fled .time-: to. see that: some I most 12 percent of the taxable propJ, GROWING on which no_. provision. .had

th1T i js doneV; i erty within the city. _This debt-is a 1'\ Orlando; is preatly interested in the been made for paying interest and

.'A The process of government is sd o serious obtsacle to the progress 'cf prospect! of adopting; the cowmission- taking, care of warrants" at mature maturityand in I MARKET
which time-warrants
form of municipal -
manager gqvernI
and clarified that the .
simplified
council has
peot the city. The 'present I ment as being best suited to the needs 1923: Thi' increase was a necessity
,t pIe can, and will, understand them reduced the tax millage for this year of that growing( city. The newspapers and made with the. understand . ,

and can vote intelligently, and effi ; two mills, still leaving it vastly higher are printing everything. of interest _that the milla c would i be reduced in
A
ciently. The commissioners can appeal :( than city manager cities "in" FlOri- that pertains to the subject, givine.statistics 1922. - I Christmas present for every- ;
the council
showing the widespread Mr. dilbot; snows that
to no one but the voters. There :, ida. More than half of the millnfe
i adoption of the manager plan in the purchased the iiiopirty now used as body. Yes that
is no machine or ring' to vhhh they ., ; every person buys f.
/( goes toward back debt of the city United States and Canada. Miami I a municipal haii during the last two ,

must be eubs(rvient. They are nom In other;t words, fifty cents on 'every has been held up a* an example of years, That i* true, und we are all meat at the Peoples' Market !
inated by petition of voters, no can. [ dollar"paid in taxes must be charged; how the system works, the idea ('L'm-I very proud of thi- fart and we know during

didates are E'xcludedy\ operation of to interest and sinking fund items. inif to be that if it tan get by in that the purchase price of this property Christmas week will be ton
The l I Miami, it is a safe risk for Orlando. I wa.. f4,71.i4:; and that of the given back
i politics buoy ordinary nonpolitical I f Consider, for .example, the item in Orlando also the of $3-:
T might' with advantage, aid purchase priCk sum _
citizen who counts for little in I! Mr. Gilbert's statement of $60,000 investigate Bartow, St. Augustine, 510.!.14 was paid by the city') in taxes Saturday night one-tenth of all i

old fashioned politics exercises his 'worth of general notes. This item Tallahassee, yes, even Lakeland although clue by the State Hank for 1920/ and ...

full responsibility and share of con- t originated in 1912, and this year, we are in tht- infant class. 1921.! he or she has purchased during the
Examples close! by Orlando are not I behave; that Mr Gilbeit will ;
t trol.True I when a payment became due,' the lacking; in no instance has there agree with me and I know that the week. This is a bonafide One-
democracy demands effective council reduced it by $4000, leaving a been disappointment; in no instance council will agree with me that one -,-
execution of policies. The commis Balance of $56,000, which carries 6 would the people go back to the old of the principal reasons the city finances Tenth Sale for
sion-manager system accomplishesjust percent interest. The amount of interest way of doing things.the are improved is the fact that. you pay no more *

this. ,"IJed tape disappears, and { total number of municipalitiesnow we have a new tax law whereby wean and
that in ten
$56,000 meat
paid on usual
under the form to keep your our
actions that took weeks operating new is force property owners very i .
attended '
once are -
years amounts to $33,600.)( Think I close to three hundred the figures their taxes paid, and we know that as
to in a .few minutes." what that of could each commence low price prevails just the
amount money succeeding year indicating a remarkable soon as> tne city attorneys same. |
have done for the city welfare if it increase. As a result thereis "suits against some of the delinquent [
ABOLISHES ONE-MAN POWER had into public improvements a scarcity of trained city managers tax payers that the city finances! will With each purchase make
Uninformed opponents of the com- I gone ffrH f the rising generation is' paying{ improve much more. you i
mission-manager plan occasionally instead of \into the interest hopper! 1 i attention to this avenue of service as A careful examination of the valuation you get a card showing how

say it creates a one-man power. The Of this amount, $20,000 was for a worth-while life work. To l>e a successful ' and tax rate within the city for I just t '
unsecured indebtedness for city manager requires! patience the 1917/ and the valuation and
will not hold water. Just $10,000 year : much it is and
argument city ditch, $12,000 electric light script. , initiative, diplomacy, tact, education tax rate within the city for the year on Saturday night :
the opposite is the case. In cities and good common sense. Of J 92:! will disclose the fact that taxes!
where there has been a one-man gov- The first and last items amounted rour"e there are outstanding figuresin on property within the city from 1917to you bring your cards and it will t

ernment the modem method has of course: merely to putting pst'duelldd.t'llne'R the profession just fis there are in 1922 on the same valuation has mcreastil -

abolished it. This' is true because tht.commission.'s for previous borrowing the other profession1Those engager : 85 percent and] that where be all figured up and; you will f.
into the future in secured1shape.. ," ) in the task of city management of you paid $1 tax in 1917 you are pay-
govern, and not the This floating debt already ('xisteJI Florida cities! will stacK up alongsideof mp- $l.R5 today. I get one-tenth the amount in cash. |
manager. The manager is enabled the best from any other state. In Mr. Gilbert's statement you will :
to put business into his administration I against the city in 1912. Of this $::12.CIon \ ,- Lakeland is in the rate'for first prize. note that he says that the electric This

without having to fear the loss debt inherited from even earlier Lakeland .Star-TtltRram/( 129. plant has a neat surplus at this time. t commences on, ; I
days, we may estimate about $2,000of We acknowledge} that there is at this
of votes. lie is out of politics. He '
I GRAND OFFICER (PYTHIAN

knows that with the forward nation. I the principal paid off. $30,000: of ,,i I U __ SISTERS ENTERTAINED time el,', tri{approximately light/ fund) und f:>,000 that in at thisme the J MONDAY MORNING THE 18th. B

wide sweep of progress there will be it together with nn annual interest The a new 'boiUr and other (equip-
I 'i I Pythian Sisters gave' a
charge' of $1,800 still dogs reception ,
alluring offers of managerships tendered us. Tuesday! evening to Mrs' h1 I( ntr4 needed at the plant and the 'I r
him if he makes good. Whether Again, of this $27,500 bond issue Daffin of Moline Grand Most Excel-I authorized in 1915 thereof : the same and that the city ::
slightly selfish motives actuate $10,000 is: lent (hu-f of Florida at the hfrmeof I
attributable to another :Mr<, H N. Makmson in 1921: : will be, called upon to pay
of bor-
on Ilroadwcy.Mrs.
him or whether he operates in a spasm I $18,000 and interest. for indebtedness
Ilnffin talked on the work of s:
spirit of community good, the resultsare rowing against the future. At present the lodge: and presented interesting against the electric plant and .we are SATURDAY NIGHT THE 23rd i

the same for him. He progresses the interest charge on this $10- (actl!. She" has: distinction\ of having advised that when this $lR,QUI) falls ,

by "delivering the goods." Thereby 000 (is $600 a year. No principal has : visited every temple in the state due there will only be approximately
She city yet been retired. The indebtedness since her election.TALLAHASSEE. $12,000 in the sinking fund within
prospers. I hit-h m thft $18.000 in time --- fonmrtual benefit
already charged against sh5
city ear ,
GETS NEW warrants, leaving a deficit of approx-
1 CITt BUSINESS BECOMES rice a total annual interest ot about CITY MANACr irrmtely $6,000. At the present rat

a Income, of our lights: and water within the
-The' commission-manager systems spent in improvements/ could do for W. Austin Smith a native Floridian city I feel sure that this plant could PEOPLES'
but recently of Huntington, be made selfsustaining.It MARKET \
business into administration.
; pot city the city. '
j West
Virginia, has become city man- has been stated in another letter
Councilmen, and part time officials ager of Tallahassee, succeeding J. W.
to The Gazette that the tax
!
who have their personal work NEW CHARTER A SOLUTIONIf Greer, who after holding the position do not pay for any lights uesd for payers the 107 Baoadway S. L Hagerman Phone I

to do, cannot hope to compete withY we agree that the tax payers of three years, resigned to become city lighting of the public streets and IwiU 117 I' .

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.. ? <"< and .tha ii*althereot on thin the NOTiria! OF aCIT. I -
i to' 14th day of December A. n. 1912.Jj . I -
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TJLOCItfLPPE. WEATHERREPORT fi I* .OVF>RSTftEET.I TitClrd'ti4t: Couh.. ..ceoW c \WFirJ.. R JN istnt tU.WIIIIe S. B. AULTMAN! ;

hieb r : \ i 'Cfl:; .rki' Circuit'. Court.CIrcuit Ida. 'TAwH'of\ KUalmme. City, Complainant t p
. ( .,
Coure'.SeAI' irlt versus; ,
Official Du ;ii"of Block 21 of-Wy A. PATHICK1
dally
vt ra-: ., a i .E .
, .\ *, peraiur and precipitation lurjiUh ':TtOTItPJoil'' SUIT. J. Situate In1 )(Klaatmme', .Once- tkKlNG'S PIUS .

win -- < > d by the Kiasimmee Cooperative Jn Circuit Cou'r.' Ooic'ola Count yi''Tlor-' The ola State County of Florida Florida.. to- all' parties 'Intereatvd . -fr.cmJJp.: I' J

t; > U. 8. Weather Bureau+ Town of KUBlmrava City Com, In the above deHcrlbed prop I REAL ESTATE 'l.
) Nelson's Realty classified add *_ Station, for the week finding plainant. versus; erty. The Town of Klaalmmee City ; ..
Bta4 Beg. 100' 8. of NF3. Cor of Block ha. Instituted suit against aald prop. -
bhroot-: meliT was Friday, December. Ilia j 4 T of Robert Has..' Add. Run W. erty for the collection of delinquent and" ; ,
'C C. Run> f>f Okeechobee* >, -i 4' 198' & lOG* E. 1"8' and N. 100- municipal taxes.' You are hereby commanded ---,- "
in Kissimmte last week, and", was aguilt Date Max. Mln. Prep. Situate In KUnlmmee, Ottccoola to appear In said suit on the
the ewby Inn- > County. Florida. lat day of January A. D. 1923. FIRE INSURANCE .
'at Saturday Dec. 9.S2 *
.... 1 ; 95. The Ktatit ot Florida to alt parties In. Wltneaa the Judge and Clerk of aald. .
)oetOel Unlck'sJ > Sunday Dee 10-.77 63 4' terl'.ted In th.. above deacrlbed prop. Court and the aeal thereof on this the : 666is
,Expert kodak finishinc at Monday Dec' 1176 62 trace '< orty. The Town of Klaalmmeo City 14th. day of December, A. T). 1923.

Kexall Drug Stotcu o' 60-tf 4' Tuesday Dec 12...78 &9 .04 halO Instituted suit. against ald prop. J. 1.... OVKRSTUEKT
erty for th. collection of the delinquent Clerk Circuit Court. .
leJdJUr. 'W.ord has'ieen; -;received: that toM Wednesday, Dec 13.79 69 municipal tax.... You are hereby commandoti (Circuit Court Seal) l-2t a Prescription for Colds 11 Darlington AVenue '
< Thursday, Dec 14..80 C9 to appear In said ault on the .
new cross-head and cutter for the Friday Dee 15..80) 60 lat day of January. A- U. Itlt. NOTKW or ."'IT. "
Fever and
'".t. dredge will be shipped next Wednesday m"d Wltneaa the Judge and Clerk of Bald LaGrippe. It'sthe
I Readings are at 8:00 a.. Court and the aval thereof on thin the In Circuit Court. Oaceola County Flor
T.tP to ) immee..Barb.cucJ, tn. for the preceding twenty-four 14th day. of ecember.. A. P. 1BZ2. ida. Town of Kissimmee City, Com most speedy'remedy we 666 quickly relieves Colds 3
hours. .J. 1... OVKHSTREBT. plalnant. veraua: '
-.t.l\\ ; meat on sale every dar: 4' ,ALLISON, .. Clerk Circuit Court. I All of Block Ft. of Robert "Bass' 1 know preventing. Pneumo- and LaGrippeCon pa ion '
'on. at thr'Whit Kitchen. l-2tf T. FRENCH. (Circuit Court Boat) l-2t Add. Situate In Klsstmmce Oaceoln -, | ,

'IA; Co-operative Observer <, County Florida. nia. Biliousness and Headaches.C. "
be: C; M. ConDearti R. B. Par o s. of +. . + . 4. + +. + KOTlf'1I! OF' 'CIT. The State' of Florida' to all partU-H Interested .
Rabbit Fcot Minstrels were 'In the above deacribed prop I '__ it
the "
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: ertx. The Town of Kiaalmmee City
In :
BASEBALL BENEFITWEDNEs Circuit Court. Uaccola County Flor
,ld.11'9-' guests at the N v.by Inn on Thursday DAY ida. Town of Klcsalmmco' City Complainant has instituted suit against said property UtO u+oouo-ooo ,, ttoOOOOUOtooooooo 000 00000"" 000.
. and Friday of last week. versus; for the collection: of the delinquent
The baseball benefit nut Wednes- Lot 4, Less NK t% > of .Block 20 of municipal taxes. You are hereby commanded F, PIIIPPS J. H. PHIPP8
eci.:- :Bedroom tlipperaa- McCAULEY'& dny at the Ca,.ino pr< .nisf! s something Bou. Kla n)'. Co. Survey. Hltuate to appear in said suIt on the
lat of A. D. 1923.
day January
unique 'in rnin fi'! shov,.*. Scenes are In Klanlnim, OHveolu County Witness the Judge und Clerk of Bald. PHIPPS
Florida.The BROTHERS' GARAGE
".4r-. ." r. v.. Hudson Bass' who i.-* i-cin in the laid fn ipe: Waldorf Astoila: and other I State of Florida to 'all parties Interested Court and the seal thereof on this the

I .'"yiando hospital for several weeks, unu.uil ftulisTC. are o-i the bill. A In the above described prop 14th day of ecember A. D 19K2

Pd the reSult1 an operation, is re- stret: r..rlidt' at noon ;is scheduled. erty. The Town of Klmilnimec City J. Clerk I.. OVO Circuit RSTRJo.Court.ET. GENERAL REPAIRS and ACCESSORIESOIL
and will be ha. Inntftutrd suit affHlnat aald prop
soon at homes
: pemibtf
ii- (Circuit Court Seal) l2tNOTI1H
, erty for the collection of the delinquent
A word to the win: Gf-t the price AND GASOLINE : BATTERY WORK

. .. 4tt: v urnlabed Flat for rent. W.. B. an'" 'toP the goods at :McCAULEY'S\ manded municipal to laxea.appear You In said are hereby ault on com the OF Sl'IT.In ,

lie :\Iarri.,- Gazette office. 14-tf before you buy. lat day of January. A. I). 102.1.WltiK'HB . LOCATED IN SPIER'S BUILDING
the Judge and Clerk of auld Circuit Court. Osccoln County Flor
Tl* : Mrs. Dora Eoardman; of New- XI- Birtwp and 'Mr-; W. N. Ainsworth Court and the I acnl thereof on- thin the-- ida. Town of Klislinnxee City. Complainant PHONE 171 KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA S '- -
14th day of December, A. 1). 1922 verstm. : .
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Xhe baa)'. Indiana, arrived! in Ktsimme of Mucon, Georgia: passed through J. I.. OVI RSTRI FT. All .K. of A. C. I... Ry. Blks 10. 2S & *

lad Friday and ID upending the winter : Ki"simnvee Tuesday. en route to Tain- Clerk Circuit Court, 26 of W. A. Patrick" Add $: itu- .-. .' . .:'!
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It. with ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Done'gan. Da to attend the Florida Methodmtcomcntion ClrcMlt CoMrt. Meal) ..-, l2tNOTIC13 ate In KIsBlmmee Osceola Count> .

'ea in session at that place. Oil" ,.....T. The Florida.State of Florida. to< All -parties 'interested '
1. Whilehere they were the ruests of In the above d..rlb"4
i ( prop-
1 A ..al bargain in a laree' cabinet Mr. and Mrs.! J. Wade Tucker, who In Circuit loiirt.?' l>nc:;ola Comity, 1'Flor erty. The Town of KlHslmmec City WsuREThAT'j "

!)e phonograph at McCAULEY'S.'I j I accompanied them to ida. Town of KlaRlmmee Clt>'. Complainant has Instituted suit against Bifid property
Tampa
ie I stop- venue; > for the collection of the delinquent 'It
Yon will find a rood selection of I pine o\t-r in Lakelandv.tierelne 8 60' of Block RI. of Robert nll",( municipal' taxea. You are hereby coinmanned -
fori Bishop addressed the.ai dent body ofMr. Add SItuate In Klmilminee. OMCC- to appear In said suit on the
SHOP
HAT
HATS atthe ,, Chrijt. l ola County, Florida. 1st day of January, A. I>. 1928 PROTECTSSERVICE '
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- I Hf4outhernCoJlce and Mrs .
-,.- man tradeMrs.; J, D. Woodbeck: 1 The Stale or FlOiIdA to.a11I1DTttf'II1n.t..r..lod | -Witness th.--Juol-and Clerk -of ial.l --
Tucker returned. home Tuesday even- In the above deucrlbtd. prop- Court and the seal thereof on thl" the r
I Carl 'Lehman of the Orange Cou i- ing. erty. Tile Town of Klaalminfcn City 14th day ofi.ceinto'rr I A. It 1 SStuiJ

\ Chamber of Commerce will b- the I __- haa1iliW4iitgpiiltit l aald properlv ... f f111tSTEEET.Clerl ::1. .
ty I
NOTICE for the collection of the deliuiiuenlmunicipal Circuit Court.
I speaker next Thursday at theic?''Uy I tjei. "ou ate hereby commanded .tClr'ult'( Court Seal l2tNOTIfF. ,
luncheon of the Chamber of Com To My: P"troJ1I1-----; to upj>..iir In ..HI.<| milt on tlrrlcstd.iv -- THAT SATISFIES: XI
or January A. 1>. 1PJ1.:! i
",",ce. 'I' HaxSnir de-ided to d'- ?"r.1.huf' the \ItueBN. the JuUtt" and Cleric of Bnld1oart OF IHTI'. I : t'LUPfLRS'

'n.1 i.K I for the (;. V. Ta Co.; 1 take mid I he aeal thereof on thl4 the < mceola Plor-
haircut ,arc, i'J ncy In Circuit Court. County.
Shaves 15c ; c > ( of
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14th .l.y of December. A. 1). ItI J1. INSURANCE AGENCY
26c; at Casino Barber Shop.' 13.tf I I this "t> of iotif>'irtr the people that .1. K OVKKHTHKIJT.Cleric' Ida. Town. VITBIIK.Jx of KiBHlmmee. Clt\ Complainant I.
tho uho hare tiikftshould hold
>e .
('lrc ilt CouitCircuit '
>l 1 Hlock LiFt ofV A Patrick1 B
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Satin and ]lots of other dainty I I the .11. It'I I fall t-id"a\'r to hove a ( Court Seal) 1>21- Add. Situate In K1.. 1irimpp. Onrrola . ____+_, _.

pomps and oxfords: at McCAULEY'S *"v>eee'i'ir.: I thank yoa. nil for youritzrare. ----. ---- --- County Florida - -'.}!

--- : !\OTI ..: OK HI IT. The State of Florida to oil parties In-

Rev. C. II. Summtrs. of Wet Palm W. A. f HA PELLRD In (1,iCult (mrt-OBn-oln.; ctvniiitv' Flor tereHted%.. The In the Town aho\e of KlBHlmmee deeicribed" propert Cit>- (

B.achl former r*.idcpnt (.f Ki..t.immf'e' -_ ida. Town of KlBHlmmce City Com.1' has Instituted null utraltiBt saul prop-' 4
panted through this city Tuesday! e-n- I .\ OF THANKS: plaltmnt', " ''"''. .-rty for the collection of. the delinquent A'UTO' MO"IF!
to attt-nJ the :Methodist -- 1.,1" 1 Id K Inc 8 N. 12' [x>t.. D to. municipal taxes You me hereby' com
route to Tampa To till\ \lr.o'e' who" t..10'f'n. so kmdI IS Inc of A. E.i InouKhtB, Hub. OUHlk 1 man.led to appear In Bald null on the
confeience.Expert /(1. or Itobi'rt Mass Add. Situate let daof January. .\. n 1K2.1Witness fr.
I Is d i pofd to" tril Avmp the flU{- BYCLAY&THONASCOULD ,
I us! In KlHalmmie. ( Bceola'" C'oun- the Judxc and Clerk of 11..1,1Oourl ft
kodak niiifi.np!: *1 :Minick'sRexall f..rIIJdt"lh! and t.un&] of our, huaI -' ty. Florida and the seal thereof on thin the -
Drug Store SO-tf I un.l' a',2/ father wpMth hrrttiy toIPXji.q Tht l'inO\ l.io'rida td :all part I' s In- 14th day' of I December. A. I>. 1 <>22. - -
i heartfelt! fmnka and tereHted nl. \ f'I H.-rib.-d prppert ( J. I.. (bvElti4TltlIT.: : Z- YES BECAUSE THEIR
i 0..1' .. VQUAFFORD .. ,
fi- > Th. Tow n of hiieIrnmrut.it) Clerk Circuit Court. 1
Cotta;!. of 'oonn. s.rO'l..J"- tru.t voj ILk PIMM* us .nd friends in haa IriHttinted putt uKHlnBt Bald prop- ( ('i,,,-uit C'ourt Seal 1 -21 THE PRICES ARE
chi.. Nelson Ra: ::; Cm-ipany.' ) your hour '.' nei a* \j;I have been ert) for Ii,". .I1..n ol' the dellnquenf\ RIGHT ;
. 'I rn ii n I..I lpal. I titxe-B. YI h,....." '
--- II are \ com 1NOTK K OF HI I'l. NEW
to us ) BATlERV) AND THEY
mnndtd C.. ar' In Hald null tin. MADE MEAt]
The seventh Hid tijnih! r riid '. shave MT-F. .1. \V. W'Itkr Hppi" on
'the let .do of .Icncmrv A l II. I9."lltii : I In Clriull I Court. Osola ('oulIl I I)'. Flor-
a cooked fw J alf during, (? 6Tl i Fa"-) ; \\ I u HH the J lid...* a 101 Clerk ..f I gild 10.1 Tou of KlHHinime*. C'it) Coinplalniint -
tounty fair in .Iwnj.i'>'. tinp) no.- d< Ooiw ,uii I t lii a.1.I I th> ....r on thiN theI'lll I, \'erHtmlx ; ALLOWANCE ON (
of which yill. prt ti.Aj.rii t'u! > *I ghhgrade WIIIIII001l Z WOOD! WOOD! d.lof I IXtelnhi-l.. \. 1" l'l'J! ,t I Hick 1 12. 8 FIH.. It C"'" THC
f.1 itn4.Havo J. I. OVI5RMTRFKTCleric S u rvey. Situate 'In KiBHimmee I OLDONE y-.t .
piar.o __ I>; orderrfor block flrcuil CouitClntilt <'I t\ OHceola County'. FloridaThe _
inr" \our veneer
J < Cotilt Sit nl, I) 1 l-2l State of Florida to all parties Interested ..-. - "
Btodljloft lhfl.,' :-I-I.l-LT( : s. ro\x : Ijfl' blo-kn 1 15-! >nih, delivered for III. the abotcdeftrrlbtd prop- .;,- -' .

:U 1.:; 1in.::? h blocks $2 95. Split for !SOI'l< i(9I.' NI II' ertTin. Tow n <>C KlHHimmee. 1'11 \ 1 .. .,..:
ii) "-ii, '"' .11 w..- to I TIH.$260. .- .iir.tood> JUaranlN full strans; I has liiHllliitid suit nxnlhst a:ild' propertv t :.---
( ;v,1 i c" ".N el-on IV nit v I ITI ClK-ult" I H<.eulil fount} Floldu '- for the collei.t I Ion of the delinquent i u ._ I
.' I [..in"'l for $:a.::45. U-mch for $3.15. '
I I : . 1 ou n of KlHelniut: < ltv 4oinplatiiant municipal taxeH Y..u are lu reby' commanded -
., Company.) _ _ ("Jet jour winter's nopplv now. All I \relic: to appear. In said suit I on the YOU can't afford not to get acquainted with this
( ,iltli\f-ied rhone !91 oio; l Ditick street. I': r..r ..r N isf\ ..? ix.t ?-. r \. & let day' of JIIIIUHr)'. A l >. 1123..
I. Mr. wul }Ir... Thomas Keaii ar- ; I I. COB .\ T. Hon;, 44-tf can
f riyt'.d' l in Kirtkimmte last v.eck fram D I IH. eitlji < 'ounl 9'. Klorfd. and the Heal thereof on thin I, tin\ you
ah.II -- -- - Tlje Hla Iia( Fbi Iii 1.it lo all paitleM I In- 14th I till.' of I I' .('..ml..r. A. I >. 1122 and Our alone ,
.::.. New Albany. Alanurmi. after an 'in ;. 41'1. T.I..}:yltLNTEItING t. i I In the at"o\c fleHcllbid prop- J. I.. OVERSTRT.KT. your car. storage battery experience

II- ..ence of fc. %'..ral l month. arid) aic 13- : .M'TCtMOBILESliifniinut. i rtj.HIt.\"I, .' Town ofv KIHClInuI'TTY: Clerk Circuit CourtiCIiiiilt is worth lot to Let us demonstrate skill :
.. a our ;
.lth.d: in the Willi-on t.loik. liax liiBtltuleri Bii.lt.' axalnBt Bnld propiitv I I 'ourt Seal) 1 -21 you.

.:)f>i. has t.n-n 'Ont out by f"lh.. folleillon ..f delinquent --- ---- --- when battery needs attention. We'll tell ;
Wufflers Hot ('iltc an-i I I municipal taxes. You are hereby coin "()Ti'lt (ii.' M' IT. your you .
Try our CoinptnIlcr Erneat, Amos that 1923: : : ;
minded to In Bald I I Biiit Hit
Hppiar on --- -- -
French TooJt. ''uponl'n Caf.'. Xutumtl-ile) Plates mjtf- be on cars IB da\ (.f January .t. l >. 1)12.1IIIKICH ) In <*lr<'uit Court. t>Hc.*oli County' Floi-, how to care for it. :;

__ I I toy> January ]I. Liroii-e fiates are now \\' the JiitlKt. and Clei.k ..( Bald Ida Tow n of "IvlHslniini' ''' .. ('Il'1..'.."' ...
Vacant loti near high M-hool : *p.>-: Court and I he aeal I "''roof f>n thlB tbe plainantelHUH .
Tcerms. Nelson Rcalty r".ail\ ee Mrs. Pa1 i Stanley at F. I Ulh I da.of. I D.Tonibei.. .A. n.l I 1922J All Hlot.k 2:1: ofN A. Patrick,' -/1
cia barRami. I A. :Nave r' of hie. Stanley's Phar- I.. OVBItSTHKKT.Clerk Add. Situate III HlnBlmmee Oaceola .

---- Company __ *>|.,,HT,_. !Sn_ja_in_.._prt.l1..4lTl_fn _f.ll_out Clicult Court Count rioildii.
(t1r.'iTU t'c.UI'tInH Sa1.- 1-1 ThettHtc'ft'l.n4dtt-4u.--e41-pwrt4ea Interested
: I_.. K. Winch is bfcik: ir K'-jJmmei- d PP1;'-ation) ", furni!n propir weights ..- ---.- --. --- -- in the "bole".rlb..d property -
from Buffalo foi the .winter, and enthusiastic nd tend for license pjites.-Adv.In "O'F)( .. ... $111'. The Town of KISBlmmee City .
which haa Instituted. ault against said property -
ovcf .the progress i q YTIflDPaII1'. <,ult Court Osccolft County, Florida. for the (collection of tho delinquent
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has been made in Ki* mnrto during! T..",-n of KIHKliniiK'e Clt>.. Complainant municipal taxes. You are hereby commanded -
the time aine i he left 1 la>t:Apr.l...1:' ... Ojrfult: Court. o.c,ol l* County, Florida. venue.:, to appear In said suit on the
(< .. I , .. Town' of )ClaiInimte). City, Com-. .Lot 75 I,'. I I... & I Co. Add. Except lit day of January A. l>. 1923. .
j ,; ,thetyear's, 'alniceipho'noirraph P4.i 1 I."t, W \'. .,' t" I N. KIC. Hltuate In Klaalmmee, OBcoola Witness the! Judge" and Clerk of Hdl.i
.- ,.,/ Han joy all . JI otN W 'orj"JJ11ii! '!. fl1n S.' 1 00\"'. ('oyntyi Florida. ,' Court awl the Boat thereof on this the -.
will do tho trick 'A real* ", 1':. IOII"; N. 11'11\\0' Hobart JiA" .' Tho Xtate uf Florida to 'all prctls! InVtereBted 14th' day of. ",....mb",.. A. l>. U2!. ... "

bargain at McCAULEVS. .',I3. r-1uat! In. KltKlrnm", . Oa- In the ar/ove deacilbed. prop .1. I... OVKR8TRKKT. '
I .. .i.(A !.'J' C' Fioi .i.L.! ertj' The Town of KlBHlmmee Clt' ,Clerk Circuit Court. I J
tiuildinif! !J.i! T Kimnirstreet 1 ". -It,t. ,.1 K"i! ".' t II 1 pnrtlm In- h 14 Institlitud' cull au-irliiBt Bald plop (Clicult Couit Seal) I l-2t _
S'plendir . .,l. 1 i I ... ',10". .* M 1"cwd prop I.,1'i foi,' Ih... < Ilii'I ion of III.. ilelllMiuclitinunl --- -
; r( ul t '< -j:. : f NT. n al"' \ I. . I r ,.. roo'\ t IN 't-h .nm4 'itx <. |. ii. ,tjixeK on ait. 'li......r>). <'din %NOTIt: OK SI I.r.In .
Company . ,tlt h J ,I .,i. ,HiM, Flirt plop' I ciiantl.,, l t I.> apixai III naid HUM on thIM ,
I.'" I ". (ii>lri) Friends I M". SI. I r..i..".>.! ., n:' I . ..01 ; : l'.J a1 j li'iiby r-iirrt \\ uIi'I.H I-h tli, .Iliilu.; aliil-f'lirK' of #,.i,1\ '1'OH i) ol KlHHiinnii" I- CUx. Com" .
t ;.:I..i I .1.1.. .. :I. '.' 1 ,,it on tbI cVutl? I 1.,1, I III. H>'al tliiieof, mi thin lilt I ,.1" 10..111.. I t "I'nilstOV
was u.'fal..1 l ,'i"j .') I'IIK! r ,' I. J "<.J' i f. .. I 1.1' I /"'-.1 I Mill, d I.ix ..f I1ui...tub..I. \ l II ri2-!' : ..f Hlo.li, 1.:1.: ..f liob.lt i !t.s.-i I \
jito very r''I..d !It'II''!fltF: '..t' "hl \\ .r." . ,j,1."of..I.1 I t tI j i.I nvi.itsi:i 'HIi I t I :i,: i' \dd Siln.it 1 '*' in' KiKHitninie: ' i .H.- ;
.nl\vah."tJl'I' { '. C .v 1'". < ;> ,.1'.1 I"1, .. I. '. .. I I.' ". I 1 I"< 1 II I IhlH tll.. ('I"lk 'I'cult, I 'iuiu I ol I.i I''UIIC' I.loi 111,1 L TAX :
-. I'"I, I .. . .: I I.. i A I 1) 1D22i K 'limit' Ci.'lii t S',.iti ) 1-21 ',11 i..S I.I.- of I."l.iildii to all\ pnitl.K intelixtlil -
to lilt up purtn. of. < u I r. day: no'You J 1 i ,\ : i.- ruKirr.:': --- - --- -- - ---- . I ill till abo\i. 11.461. 11>...1 prop-,
-- I 1. ,..t mirt, NOI'K i': ....' HI II.I '. irtt'. Tin Tott n lie KiHHlmniii: Cilt I
.vil! fin) .1 i c ,<>ll! -..If'i j.i, I .,. ] I1 1-Cl( -. --- ,b.ls, iiiHllllll.d Hull iiualnBl soul piop' ,'
HATS al. thf MAI i .-11.. ''I' foi' ("hintmas 1 __ ---- ---- ---- I I", c 'I 1""i.,nit < 'mi''''I "IMI.i.ola ('DIHI I 1..10'1-, rlfoi' ,' tin i-...II i .1",", ot' (th.. dellniilientmnnliipal '. I .
\\ Ml .III. III ..III. Id i Tow l n of KlFHimliH: '< 111 .\. < '..in, lax.** "on me biiibt ,"om-
tr.id* \11.J_ :... _' ix'ibnk.Harry : I -- ..1.11",11.1.I \ ."I.HUH . num.I..I I.>. ''I'I'| | in In H.I .1.1 Bull' on I 111.lt.1 '
I1'1'' I v, .i I' "'1(1'( ,fy.FI.-, I U..u 12"* I'-l; :N'\\ ("or, r..il( 3 Itiin il.n of .I.inn'u\ \ "11 INgtllin
W r.it'i; ,:J .f Qtini.:' : I'I Mi I "J I "" n (.1' l\ o.'I''\.V.. CIMIIi S, II" ', I I': ..t. .N; I" ". kV l>:. \\ ,H his In.lt,' 11,1) .!t''I. ..r Hal.Ii"onlt H NOTICE
1ht. .'. of J tick nvillca . . ,. '"Ir.,1.. .. ) tluiiof. tliia (lit.
IIOIH, and i t ar) :\1.lIt s, )"J. ( \ 1 S UV In Kl.uk I I I.: ol U \ ) ""I) I lln HI.I on
: .. .-t IliilM.It ...... l II 1 11*'> ,
..iti at the' :Nilis; I"iilurmur .I I.I I I. I. .ltllati in l"I(Mstnilnct' ". "H..ol. I Mtli dix .r i .iiil-l' \ --
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were ,
.iru for 1 .J.R,' \t1',! SI 1i.11. 1< o-.lrflifl. i 'oiinl \ FI.'IIII' J I 1. I r-KSTHEHT. : : :
th..rII. Y in Ktr1mP& 11- .i-i ,nun, l"'i.t .1.i iIII. I'hi. Stat. or rioildt. tu all .."rll"K In t'iti i K l 1 II..c till. Com I I It
the Cbnstinn En.lrhvor .mtctng'f' I '1 "-mti ..f 1'"j\I'\oI"\ i U) pmtliK I the Chl"lllinn churcn.Hummingbird i. .1. .1 i I I', tli. .ii..... < KHtriiinl prop' elt\ 11,.' 1 o" II uf iHHllliinei: ( '11' .- -- - - - - -. -.- ---.-
-- .1| ft' TIII; .1 K: .sj-nniiii, Ill II:IH lllMlllUtlll Hlllt lIKalllBt, Bill) plop i< i.: <>i' ..i i . 1 .
II --' Halo )ofal.)!. I I,."- T -lll'it.-l' l "-ui i HI l mill' pn,!. tltx 'tol' tin ,lolhltloli, ot h' till. dellnilienltiiunli | ---- Notice is that the
"n .U I ""oJ' h. .11.>! i 1 1 I tin 1 <]< Ifii'ilK i I ? 'huil 'IIIXCM Y.on ate ,hell li\ 1111- I 6 l 1. i oil I "It.
hence are wurn to iild-on-! : <0J)0' pan ..n. .0.1 I t.if-. a. nt I lulilty C'inirt inaiiilid, to Ii "1".11 I In csald Hull on tli.Isl II".. '1'..xxn ol KlxHlinin.: Cltx" Com ..j-
a holiday lx. McCAULEY'S.: ; ." .i.'!.. t I.. al.I.ar.. I I..' .. ..1 8,111, ,. 0" II.. ..1"f .laiin.il, y. .V. n I"21 ,i lui til .18118.' .
: I../, .f .Ini' -i.ir\ !J. l 192:1:l lS \\ Ill," H" tin .Indue: ,and, Clei, I k of HaldI'.mil : .\It 01 Mock ,III.; I of. ltoI.it. I 'HiHH Tax: Books of Osceola County opened -
.. of Police l lr1grer < is reius" \ l til. n. Hi.' Jtld. .il..! lICI Ik "f H.I,, I I mil' I tin. H"/Il| Ihileof, on thlM I tlif Ail Chief: ( . I. ',11,1, ".* .../.1 Ih. 1.1 171 IhIM'? II.I ,.' I I Illi I d 1 I" of- I H."< ..IulI.er. .A I I' 1II2J Count x Floi, lit.l "
..rinjt from the "al1ll"| \ .hi,> took n' ntly I 1,1 ." .... .' I I'.I nIl, I'I l 1 IIU. .1 I i. < i\ lItli: TIII-I.-:: : Th.I Slit' ..i, I 1"I"'Ila, to rill hilIltii-4,, (i ill.
near Ijikelar i when hir inotorcvdc : -. I. IV-J I JL-7 HI.I'T": I Clei, k l'II''ul1 I Coin I II Ii til.Mleil. ill tin allot e ilesililnd, 'plop. for collection on November (
ith rut and then a ( I" '< .jit I ('DIIIIt i d'II'( i u nil, I I i ."1111 I t :Sfnl< I I. I I. JlNOI I II ..1't\ 'l llu" 'I'ntn of KiNShhIlIflI I c 1 'it vIblH ,
collultd I u ... F *, t "I l ",'..nK 1 1 -' I ___ ___ _____. __. _____ IllHtitnllll Hlllt IDfUlllHt. ' HaUl plopi I -
post. Jlo I WAf( Ia. t w..k '.d.pff'IJI.tto : -- -- 'it i.: orI i r.In "itx_ fin"' tin, toll, ,'lion ..I' ,tin I, lU'llminintmillilcip.il 1 .
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Lakeland nn I .1 laM.DM'; .'!!I.' 4)1calep. ): 01'11 i: i>i- 01 IT. \ t.ivcH \ oil me Itelibt. < urnmanclfil First.

. - l '"Ii nit Co n It. (1".1.i 'iIlliI.I'l.'I, I ,, I I to iippiai III Haiti KUlt on I IIIIn .
- 1 . . I Jit II- I I '",lilt' V. ' iila 'I I 1'i'tv n ol kjHMlm I '" I c 'il\ 'otnpi iltt i ul linujity" .\ l II 1 1l2!* .
Kn-Ki: ; .. .. Cllx, I"'J in Hi \\"II''KH' (II". JiulKi, . and,,, \ ( '1.,1, k of sill
;i.iJt i'. n ii,<.hlay(l 1.1.1' 'j.j 1 tt i ol i i i 'i t .h''li. : .
harnik; .
Three i < .. I" . "-111 .Ml I I.; ..f \ I' I I. Itv: I 1:1": I U Mid Coiltt ami Hie 1 HI al I Iii ..f on I liii- I lie
ri'Kt' v".' 'o't' ; .tAUI.E' :\Ic ,., l.ol ', < dat I in hhlI,0h,' A 1) J'l--'!,
)>ox any I. |li I .\ ] 11' -i nil Klk 13. or ""H',1,1"" :1.1,1111,1 I HIlt ol 'ii- discount of will be
( Y s. I I. \ i I. I I.no. .Kbt: 'H Huh .. in, lIMV 1 | in 'mi". "IK" ..1.1 1 I'niln" J. i. ( )vnitsTinn: . one percent
-- I I1 -I. I I.. J't l>:IH.' .\.l.li 1 I IX I'lot ill I.. ,IMill Clei, l I. (111 i .ult. Com, I I Iii
Wnltt !Hi'h; I ., i -mi I ..n ii I. K: ifsn' 1 inn.e "H' i :- I I-'
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Mr and! .. :'ir- .. . .,t\ V n.' ,lo, <.'..-ted. In I the iiboti. di-Kiilb. piopiltt - - - - allowed on all taxes'paid during
I I II M ra. JliJJ: ,!: JlI'"' futher. A D) .in-. iTI.. 'f ,I- .r 1-:]..i'i,1.i t..> .ill! p.II.w Ini Th.. Tint n of KlFHlinnl.i, ItxIUIB 1 '01It i.: (ii1 S i i r.In .

. rived in Kihnn.mce! last v.ck fronj . . u.. I Hi.. jIn. ,... j-biribed prop. liiHtlluliil" Kirll, aualiiHl ciii,! pi' opeitt ' .
L.ralf.1in I . .' '. of I Clnuil l I I l '''''iI.I | OHiM'la I Collult, I I Woii.la (
!.Nfiihnfan. and ,,1',- : . ,. r.iw ii iMKBlinmi 1: e 11\ I foi Iii ( .II'lIl"" tin di'llmi, nentmunicipal '
Raranac. 01Mam: .p..t I ... .-I t 101..1 ..i.h I ,.i.I.. ..1 I mild I'"M-, ( axe*. y"" ale I li.iibv oni 1'.1', I K: inn! mini l'it\" c ompbiinant December.I .
tho Sea r builcjinx I ) III "r tI. .,11). I... t t I.e ilelln.i' 'in'n t inanilid., \ ,I., ainai| I' III $ hi.l *nil on tin. \ i-l i HUM .
I for the winter. Mr*. HIKK'III"/ !: ''k " ,\\llli ii'l| I.IXIH, Y..ll .1 .. }h,'r.-i'v com' let 6111 \' of .lannatt. A. 1 Ih 1WJitiicNfi >> :< I Lots 43 mid 4t of I""H'| |I'. < I Iii I I
nit'c of T'r e imn Myerx. .1, .1..1! t.. i.i.j'I.| | i. hfii.1 suit on Un \\ tlio Juduo and I (Clei k of H.ihlConil \ Snl "Hit l.olH, SJ AMI'I I. & I II
.i( "f .:., .Il..r) P. 1 1923. I and, hi,. HI ,tli.ieor 1 , on. i Ihlv tin I Cosddltlon .Mlnali. In KlHHim: -
-- # 119 ,
; -. < "( '"> VII III ... IIH. .1 ludir. .. i i..1 j .'..nlc of Bald, I Mill .1" of I p.h..,.. N I Ii "I"- hi...... I IHI ,.ola x.-onnlt I 1'1.,1.1" ready to furnish estimates -
The following: sgnM ian o '1ju n-t d I ii. H..1 t .' .-.r on tliK tin. j I i. ( i\:111 i: <1'1:1':1'1': i :i : Tlie Slut' of I-'loi 'Ida to all piiill.. It IntiliHtnl am now
eel, at The (;azt>U(' office for 10( > ." 'i ; I.I Mil" da"a-" xil I MI. mlii t', A 1) 1 *>Z2 ( 1I'k Cli i nil '( '.mi III I ,In, thi .ll.>oxi> ileHclllnil. 'plopiitt -
Rooms For Rent : Furni! ; Tr' ,- f\r'\ k Clicult Com, I ----. lishlh 111.".1, Hllll lltillllHt Bald h Plopcttt these taxes. In
:N-i I writingmy
For light )Ilous \;tctpinp; !of.1 -.1'. i ,itNOI --- -- .- -- - for tin. ..oil,.rt ion of tin delinquentmunicipal on
pans; For' Hire.; No Srnokinp, 1'i 1 i ,I't : - - i': OK si i r.In ,, I I taxenou ji i .. hiilbv/ i om" -
Kent For Sale. r --- ---- it i. OKI,n. -- "niaiulf, In iippiar, In said Hull on tin,

; -- -_ ClKiilt Colilt,, \ Oniioli Coiintx.' FI"-j" IB .la' of Jannatv A H I 1121ltniHn I office always give descriptionof
Free 'PanU) Free Pants' Fvirii ; d i ,t i .iirl ,KI ,."'Ii ("uu"IyI"I..r-, lit, Tow ,ii01 KlHHimim, ... Citx' \\'i the. .In.IK.- mill Clerk of a"I.1f..C ,
'.., and tin Heal\ Iheienf; on Ihl. tbe14th
this 1" .. of I.\\'rn\, ,'" CII' ,11' 1,1..111"i lit. \IIBIIH
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pants with every suit ordere 1 I.I.IH I II to 22 Ini of .\ HliroilKhto ; I till. ) of 'Meiembi-r A. l I' U22

,.'onth. J23.00 up. Fit and workmani pi,I III'I\\"'"C ..I V'HU"s\v., . 1.,'an t.fit Ni (1'.I., I Sub I IHv 1 Illk HI. of Itobeit J. 1.. OVKKSTJIKKT. the7property.I! .

i tttt-Eiinrantev-l ?".' snmrleB t" Hun's 0; .i.li: ,> W to W Ulldrv Se!"I 11118'dd Situate: In KlnslinIllUf. -- Clerk Circuit. Couit
N aau1 Ai.JFI tfl-IM-1" I.Millie. IVInrl.lii (Circuit Couit Heal' ) 1-21 1I
choose from. Come in! and lock emCTW : I Ii. 1'h11 llec 178 4' N.1U of 8K Cor. ItunM Th.. State of Florida to all parle 111tereHted .
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Sanitary Pressing Cliih, TaKi-, N \ i Wi 111i. Mi filifm I194 C.: In the above_ deac'rlbed property NOTI<'E. I ,
no Theater building. W. G. Brown. In 's..Uon 15 Township ,2f.Hanite .. The Town OrItIflhIflIl"iCI,.v
29. Situate In Klnalmm'... haa Instituted suit apralnst said property The annual meeting of the stockholders : C... LBANDY
proprietor. of the Bank of Osceola County. ,
Florida tog the collection of the delinquent .

J. B. Depler,_of Lewiston Illinois Thin 0..01.Btntn In County.of the Florida above to described all partli-w prop Intrreited manded municipal to ':. ep"llrYrnU aald are suit bn"t'::; 'will Kissimmee.be held at the Florida office, of on aald Tuesday.bankIn "*t- S -1

has Arrived in Kissimmee to look after The Town of KI..lmm.>B Cit). lat day of January A. D. 1923. January S. 1913. at ten o'clock A. M. .--,,-- Tax Collector.
fruit from hia erty.Instituted ult acalnit saId property Wltneaa the Judge and Clerk of paId, for the purpose of electing directorsfor \
j' JDarketinathe ha. Court and the seal thereof on thin. the the ensuingyear I and the transaction '
Trove( in .Kissimmee Park. Mr. DeiI. for the taxes.collection You qf are the hereby delinquentmunicipal rom- 14th day of December, A. n 1922. of such business aa may properlycome 1t7.' ..f.h.; ,. l t'n 11 ...!. 'j'l'\: 8 :.:

., owns about 1200 acres in that manded to appear In Mid yolt. on the 3. K OVBR8TRBET.J before said m..Un" . '
Clerk Circuit Court.Ctrci1iLvcOq'.t 1. H. GEtX3E. :
subdivide I .s
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vicinity which he expects to of January. '
let day Seal lit I.it Cashier."t .. 'elL .... .
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l Wltne the Judxc and Clerk Of \ : : SW -I .. J" f'
-f' on the market. . .1 .
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:aeX1e1''i :Kissimmee: :Sass. Sat11'ar1: ':'
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Seats on Sale Tomorrow at Tress' Store. Prices SOc, 75c and 1.00, Plus War Tax.

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STATE UNIVERSITY THE ;1 Our state university 11 young. It It dOt not believe however, that the N --' -Fwr ; '
GHEATE.ST TH1XC) } IN FLORIDA) hut grown with the inevitable rapidity consuming public will eve be movedto
that is the story of all state universities rise up and cheer any so-called f : :
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During the State Fair at Jacksonville i and following the Wisconsin co-operative agency which would con- w/o rXw; !f r. '

the Pensacola J Journal commenting | idea it is literally Jiftmjr tn f state up trol, or tftek to control marketing" I ;S i :
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on the exhibit, paid high i 'by its own bootstraps of an entire nation's product of food- & ;

tribute to the State University at Thomas Jefferson, a.. vvi lave more -tuffs. Not much.. The tendcntwould ('" a,
Gainesville. The average Floridian j than once stated in these columns \ be the other way, for they I l lI lI .
cannot keep abreast of the develop- wa the father of the print late would regard it as a trust mUn led to i
ments at the university, and the I program of education idea It was leaSt prices to a point wht-'e the con-.I 1YouOweit!
points brought out in the Jouinal'Harticle I his firm belief, which a )hurdred' yearsof ffumer f would be unable to 'at fresh +
should prove of interest: history.have proven to be "-.o true, I I fruits and vegetable" .
Probably the most' significant if that a democracy cannot rise above Let's do our own cooperating'Florida's / .
not the most interesting exhibit at j the average intelligence of the citizens I' products and its! needs are 4 to yourself] and your family' to try that good

the State Fair at Jacksonville is that in whom is mveste-1 the power ]I in a way peculiar to Florida. We i i'I
of the State University which. in of franchise. If we )lift the state, wu 'don't' need an outside! force to direct I : I .A
graphic diagram form shows net only must educate the state The greatest 'I our efforts-liiadentown Herald. o }
that which it accomplish! in its thing in Florida all] odds YI
by tae I
class rooms but that which it is j greatest I thing in FlorKJi is her (COLORAI l IUBI.ES( MILEAGE THERE can be little I f::: G '
achieving through its 'xtl'nllo/1! / work state university. The greatest story I OF ROADS IN SEVEN EARS I Bread n I.
which reaches 6,000 off-th Mate told at the state fair is the 'story of I question about your success = is the. o : ..
students in all parts.of the our state university's achievements.The Colorado has more than doubled its h Best r j 1 ..
In this work the University; of : state fair IB a great educational mileage! of improved road in the last if you receive therodern and ( -

Florida is copyingand!: putting into institution itself.It seven years, according to the bureauof ..{! training that will if -
the and perfected public roads of the Unite-!! Cheapest
practice is well worth while to fro to the -
by the University of Wisconsin state fair. The University of Florida department of ajrricOltuje, "" states// fit you for a practical I
which has become the leader, the educational I i exhibit tells,: of the wonderful made an extensive investigation us I Food.
pathfinder so to speak for j I work that Florida is doirir" to inform to the highway mileage. and 1'l."t"lUl'j'' business. life Come here

not only every commonwealth c6llegc I j! minds, to educate Florida into a higher of the Ktate. for instructions Every bag curries nn unqualified) ; moneybackgultrantee.
in the country but. many of our corporation i and finer citizenship-nnd into the In 1-914 there wa< 1:JJ)8: ) miles! of and ex- i: Ask for it.
colleges. Appreciating the | that the I improved road and a total of :'W,78! your grocer
greater commerce always perience. _
infinite worth of such a work the product of finer culture. miles, while in 19J1 the! improved i I I,

'mayor of Philadelphia not long sincetook ) I mileage had increased 21.40! miles START HERE ; .' Bush Milling Co., ft. C. Woodbery Company, .
the entire board of. trustees of NATIONWIDE MARKETINC.j ; I land a total of 48J.ta: miles.
I II BEGIN NOW OMRS.C.LHUTON l.VKII K, I'U. \\ llo1.hs 4.KM; 4 OIIl.,'\ UO
the University of Pennsylvania to- --- OfiG.4vi7.ATIA-iFH4rf} 't1 J_-TlC! improved roi'd at the present
gether with one hundred representative -j I ----IT 'I time I is classified as folow! : Graded 34)G.wivSG,+%'88S4LOL8G60 o'f. ... -
Philadelphia citizens to visit! the After carefully conR'denng" the ad- and drained, 24,914 miler; sand, clay, PRINCIPAL. -'
University of Wisconsin to study its I Idn--xiv made at the court house here and gravel, 4.:1\17:!! males; macadam,
extension work that the Universityof i! Monday night by the ugenu of the ) I'll: miles; other type* of sUrfacm-r,. w. '! Thompson
Pennsylvania might begin to buildon federated Fruit and Vegetable( Grow- 71 miluiile*... .
similar lines. Since then the Uni- eiB, the proposed! nationwide, tw elv- I '\" most of the improved! road ,
versity of Pennsylvania has copiedthe I months-m-the-year organization, to I in this fate(. is what ii )mV\,11 a1- lo\V-i I Licensed Funeral Director .1
Wisconsin educational plan and market fruits and vegetables' all type road, the fact that more than 60 m Store and Chapel

tremendously multiplied not only its I kinds produced in all the state, the perct-nt I of the total mrieiir has bee 8, FARMERS BANK I -on-- A S"cor., s,.e'v.rh.nr; :-5rr ic. I. R.RLr.IStewart
teaching efficiency but its effectiveness herald) has come to the! conclusion! limprovx-d constitutes a recorJ that -
in the city of Philadelphia and that it should' advise the trait:: and will be envied by many. I Avenue All falraniHigh

in the state of Pennsylvania. i vegetable growers of Manatee county I for each square mile of :> 'on the Ki.mm Grade Ambulance/ Service at Call
Florida is just I ISfginnmtj to make '': to keep out of that organisation.I I( road revenue amount, to $(..">.;>f>, and KISSIMMEE PLUMBING
I
use of this splendid educationalMcheme. The Herald doesn't believe in tht there is one-half mile of road. Thetotal face Z 49 I'll 0tA: lt> sldenre 78

Already results are showing |I "I./+-t (;eorj1' do it" plin but a great field of work is before i now and then it h better to let the i per capita, $128.07 per mile of road,
this youngest of our state uni | other fellow do the experimenting( I II i.nd totals fi,7Cj,443.; : ,
versities. It has been proven that' no than to do oneself for if anyone I Ki I II I Nothing Too Big I'
does much lift the liter- Peach trees should I., prayed i in
college so to i burnt, then he will L.<: the I BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
acy of the state as does the state cplilege \: I i (Omehow) appealing 6'. Iuffenr'j I December for Srn Josc- -crle and :1 Nothing Too Small i
Every state in this Union! maintains i for one. big organization number of fungi all of which combine -

a state unIversity New York many: it seems to us Thatuih an I I to destroy: the treeand' leduc : CONTRACTORS' AND BUILDERS fI
.vNtew: Jersey, Connecticut Rhode Island jrg&nuation" would brtlsjt--down; b$ I the yieldSpiay with a Iinu'-f Massachusetts and ;New Hampshire iM own weight. The Herald does not I solution, I Tpart commercial lime-sulphur !- I WOOD, BRICK, STONE,

,alone excepted. And thebe exceptions i I believe it is practical for this to 9< p 'rtf< water. To Be Satisfactory STEEL STUCCON.

have a higher illiteracy than posed" organization or any other prO-j 61111)1'" \11:. F ,
the states that have developed their I ganization.to market California --- BASS JACK BASS ,
commonwealth colleges. So much is and vegetables, and give each thesame.fair \it 1 totliiini.'i",. I., It. riutre the Re.,iKtrr 15 Broadway : Telephone 143 322 Royal Street: 515 Sproule Avenue
this true that even Massachusetts, I treatment as to advertisement I ><,M.n nf Motor. Y.hi.I I.s with the:: IL
fit MfMK of Ilu Tin "f Klsslnvn.et'Ity
which boasts of her Harvard, her anj! maikct. It's too big a job
Massachusetts Tech., her Boston U. I and the component parts of the whop I Vi 1: IT urt1411NeD: nv Tin cPfy
and Tufts, her Holyoke. Smith.; Am- tml t (tnn numerous. .oi'Ncii.:; UK mi: CITY UF KISIMMPI (, .

.nt and Williams, is embarrassingly Aujwav, Florida doe I"t iced i tI' I '-xotuifi- 1 That very p,'rn''I whn
low In the rate of literacy. Years Federated. It has its own Honda ..u n.n o|.ftflt, <.H an ft".om"I.II.! ooil.
ago so eminent on educator, the Citrus Exchange, with a.great f selling! ,. i ,motor. \ihlile in Ih- City d Kinsiinin .
greatest this country has producedin organization, made of men who e within f\) "* days alter roiM'fv
up
iiiK n Rude llonflc and numVct f'r
a generation of time, President- have been trained in Florida to know uperatiriM the same under the Laws of COME TO ORLANDO AND SHOP
emeritus Eliot of Harvard, advocated Florida products and their possibili thin State" or within ave days elter
be conversion of Harvard from a ties.. Wcjiild 1 it he wise to lav aside h" flmll begin. : such operation ."h.Uhnnuiilly .
,
r *Klst<>r his Rutmohfn* < rother
Irporation to commonwealth col- this kind built
a organization of upby motor vehicle in the Ul u.'e It
g. Conservative trustees held fast fifteen years of patient effort: and the City Clerk of the City, giving the '
to the less efficient thing. But today painstaking work to point.of won name of the car, the '(ye i - the legislature of Massachusetts has derful efticieney'and take on its placean the the-State year of lleanae make number, the engine the residence number ., AT THE CHRISTMAS STORE1

brought into existence", a commissionto experiment of the kind that is address of the owner and his reside .
consider ,the wisdom of building, proposed? ence arid business telephone number, ;
and the and means of getting; We not And the who It any."' ., .' ', t.o..r ..
ways say ; grower Section 1t. Every person who op '\,,, "" \r.i'w.
a state university for Massachusetts, sits down and thinks the matter over. an automobile or other motor '',- -' . ,
so apparent is this need. ., will say no. vehicle In the Town of KIsBlmmee Cite
-Florida is by no means the young- The Herald believes in co-operative 'for the period of five day or mon.
est state In the Union. But of all the which I.i duly licensed by any other
marketing.! It believes in cooperative Stale or by the District of Columbtp
states which have built state! universities effort as the best means to a hall. within five days after bringing
Florida is. the last to launch i substantial return tor the farmer, the the same Into the City register It in
the office of the City Clerk of theCity
this worthy and esseiitiaFenterpriee. fruit grower, the vegetable grower. an provided In the foregoing

Section
Section 3 At the time of r"Klslra.
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tlon the City' Clerk shall i I....ii<- to the
ownerwithout charge. a registration
r. tag or" plale on which shall app<"'sr
'-e name of the t'ity, the year and the" .
.lQllf Y.f City registry number In the office of '
the City Clerk, which tag or plate With
i .shall al all limes h<> conspicuously displayed Metropolitan shopping facilities interesting styles, tine
on the front of the vehicle
Section 4nn the change of ownership qualities, attractive prices, large and varied stocks of merchan-
nf any automobile or othor motor

H vehicle of thin registered ordtnance.'the under the now provisions own"r- dise. Your every need, in fact the needs of every member of

hall, within. give five his da> a name after and aoguirlownership. residence your family and your home, are ably met by the various depart-

address. and his -eslcVnoe! and
$525 business telephone numbers .ilf any) ments of this large store. .
I IJ and the name of the former owner ,
with the description of the vehicle to I I
the City Clerk but no new rl! IKlra.-
J tlon lag or plate need be le-m.-'l. Particularly impressive at this! time are the displays of Christ!
Section II. The City Clerk shall keep
In hit Office, 'full record. properly in- was Gift suggestions in every section.. .. '
What dexed, of all the registration mado
Does Your under this ordinance. .
.. '' Section C. The registration In It:23!
Main
of tire vehicles to be licensed for the Floor-Men's Apparel and Furnishings, Dry Goods Notions -
Overland Dollar year 1937; and within the city men'' -
0 Buy?> ''t loned In Section 1 and 2 of lbie, or- Accessories, Shoes. .' .
dlna..pce, shall be made on or before
February lat, lit!. ;
Section T: Whoever shall violate '
Luxurious any provision of thin ordinance hall Second Floor-Women's and Children's Apparel '
Riding ComfoTt-That' the iwpnderful be punished by a fine not exceeding Millinery,
1 One Hundred Dollar or by Imprisonment Corsets Lingerie.
.patented Triplex Spring suapeni on. not exceeding ten day, or both, ,
In the discretion of the Mayor. Y .
Read a first time and by unanimous -

Economical Operation-That's the Overland. passed consent In open read session a second this 5th time day and of Third Floor-Toyland., Boys' Shop, Girls' Shop Infant's Wear

f motor--25 miles to the gallon of gasoline. D..e.(SEAM, A. D. 1923. A. S. OIU5KRT.. Art Goods, Music.

I Attest: President of Council. :
,Minimum Repairs-That's the sound .J. R. OII.BERT. City Clerk.
con Approved this 6th day of Dec. A. D. Furniture Annex Main Mezzanine
' struction. The 1923. H. R. MAT and Second Floors-
all-steel for instance ..
body
U-lil. Mayor.
permits construction l An entire building devoted to the home-Furni..
I stronger and'the M BTER'. 8"1.&
ture, Rugs, Household Goods Chinaware
hard-baked Glass-
enamel finish. Under and by virtue of a decree of ,
orerlocur and dale rendered and entered ware, Blankets, Comforts Also '
; Luggage.;
on July llth. 122. by the Hon.
r\ Compare the o.eriandat$5SOpoloth7pct.*, Charles O. Andrew Judge of the Cir l
I cult Court In and for Oacoola County
with any car MUlo* pod.C *7SO.. > iLaa las! M Florida In Chancery. In a certain
: lab TOO for a rid la It ,rtayll.d of.... cause In said Court penAtmc wherein
i John Wilson Edwin R. Wilson and t I. f
4 A. Ix-mmon. as Executors of the last
will and testament of Thomas Wilson, l.
eceaaed.. were complainant and Arthur -
E. Jonegan, Pat Johnston. KlaCattli 1 sfltaMl -
s H1t 'onvpAny.-T Uua N>yes I .
.' '
and William 8. Matter, I 1
were defendants -
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i < lrh u 4er lltnd- will. ofl.f. fo '
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.. biddersfotli1 {, 1roa o i ) r.
.. iI.p dCiipllntiaree. lort4..e .

, yt 4J3.* n I'Matip' of It's ta., Pil rs ct rth

1 I tore [ (
K ., } r(29) 'QWftD8W"CiOMPANY: '

x mot_._ PEEJL ,,&, ,..RATHER ',, _' 't .. eight !ia It.stit9I ht .2q i rallp)y; &'entr; ,iluatl IA

lion 11IIrtr teO4J$ sag i Ike ,Worthof pal i i" ;

KI 1mmeee Florida ..Id'.e tIn$ a ti it f a i.e'ieieetyf.Or I Orlando's Largest Store "Quali ,. r :

..., ($4)tall b.IAEa T.wt..iJ .. 'Did: It : _
as dsl>ti ae is. $1 Isa.t.i3.K :,

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THE KIHSIMMKE VALLEY lii' ''ti.. FftI DECEMBER r
AT.
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of said' city and who shall h.ve.th*I f 11._ The City Commlssloa shall\ elect ,i within the Town of KUslmmee City. plain''and' '

i LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSp powers .r"Jn.rtfll 'eDU..r.'d".nd. ,, ono ot Its. Members Mayor-Comml- applicable to the Charter of th. referred to In thl.*' order..,
I who fhkll .x.rl. ...' sloner to hold such of flee of ICll>asn_ amended:'hereby I to.wlt -- '
.Wbl..uC Cltr tB feet
South 'of
bmrelnlit.r pr..rlb.4 1 member.-; during' the,pl. remain and continue In fore the
4.. The' City' Commission Comml..i.n. Such Mayor-Commissioner chsngedj altered. North.t Corner of Lot )
i. i .* ." : 0U
b .. "Q" ot Henry .
tbe'foliOwingl s preside mestig.ottli.. Com o .
.hl th*
u r'rerled.by '
: Ju4J dtad all parties-claiming Interests under Cr..I- aw* Addition to the Town of Kls-
mission when and
,
n42 f01' t&&ssfc' Moses .E. or O.M B.br.,4. the general .nt City upon nubile $nd parts Ool.
Chancery .W._ Kby. In the :heietnaUer'decrlbed . niuniehpal'm oean. ar 'otdlno Run
n Gpm- : ed shall O. = feet;
exeretsevtjha '
lawsIn. U'.I
Towa ,
.
.
, .
pI&ln&i.iwraQs 3: Overstrov ;: To Thomas O. al..o1..i .t. KI.lm South .
t R.ld..1 Ivlne.1 ell of ... tlons'noW'estwdwth* (UTors of dt- conflict IJo' th.nG
Incorport.
1. jt..pondwntp o Quiet, tttl and If dead all 1.wll East HT."
. i '
est incorporated under the CIJr'jn4 . thenc.
Order Kettoo of Publication.r <.' State t r..t.or und.r Thom. a. R.ld 0.0.... I Ied ... under all pow.now the general vested laws by l .of Florida relating to munlolpl.gefleralawu ,l' ,, .pffldel.t...XI.U.t In'_nuU.4, 1." feet to .*'.-polat- :,btnnlnS. -

'o Non.r.ldeatl' h.reo' ities. .He- sign 4. t k. Oil :
of I described: To Homer special at.ln the Mayor and City ab.1 ? -' Town each of '
Flor.4a Ru".y. Council i ing over $ and executed In the o f'7 'you, are.. ]
Town Klsslmmeo
underBleary If 1..lmne cuts .bJ
claiming living and If.dead. all provided commanded !'
cl.lm.I ..
to
p1U. .lntar.t, j .other lag Interests under Homer. Rumsey, I I ,City and also all such additional veto namo power of the, but Olty.shall He b shall* entitled have no to'' tbe for -pw.d'n4'* r. .".-..14, thobill of ane'tqullee. ..cause on
.bf.abou"t.
*rte In the property h.rel".t.r d*- deceased or otherwise tn the property I powers express or Incld."ta. vote on all coming before the i ar. or before the lt day ,of January, AD.
bribed: All partle cl.lml. hereinafter described: To Charles SCary shall be necessary to Commission m.t.r. hereby i.. olve 192*: , -
When "
under A. W.. Lon.re ,' or If living and If dead all partieSclaiming out ot the purpo.of this Act. dl.p.IUo" Interest not I bfncer, .designated. . Witness the C. 0." Andrewe
otherwise In hereinafterdescribed Interests under Charle 5. The shall actadministratively dl.quUle Theelto'vqagsba.fl. ".J the .form of Judge, of lOor.b. and,
H lv. In addition
to his bsllot
,AU partie claiming Interest Cary deceased or otherwise In by per I. to be voted by the ( ) my name Cleric .b. Cort"
: through City diem a. a Commissioner for attending lector qu.Uf.c : a* .
under Mary Overslreel. .o..d following described property, which Is Manager, .nl meetings of the a Oaceola* of the City of of at KUslmmee 0 thl* Jlrd.

or otherwise In, the property the property described In the Bill nf 5.' The. City Manager of $20.00 per Comml..lon. salary. I. ion County.. Florida oath. adop day of October ,. Florid.

After dcrlb AU partle cl.lmlnA Complaint and referred to In this or a. Shall 'be appointed by the City Municipal Judge. In th. .rvc. .rejection. 'of the' above Charter! J./ L

..At..t and. Martha A. .' der, to.wlt. Commission to serve during the absence or.disability of' the temporary Mayor- I ,I' -. ; (Circuit OYJR8TR:1. Cetk,

, / otherwise In the property Be.lnnln. at the Southeast Cor. pleasure of the City Commission. Commissioner a .Vloe-Mayor-Commls- OF, BALLOT' I B .a H. C.
\ IB*! Itr i4nafter described: All partle I Four (4) of Block "J"of b' Sh.1 reedy. such compensa stoner may be, designated by the'Commission !I ..OI KRIBBS Bullck D

<,4almlng' interests under Stewart Ty- W. A. Patrick's Addition to the \ b* Attrd by the City to perform the duties of theMayorCommissioner OFFICIAL BALLOT No.. ...... Solicitor for Complainant.. 47-
"rier, deceased or otherwise In the Town of KI..lml.* City, iOscola CGmmu.uiqt.'S and receive,, ht.comp.n.aton SPECIAL ELECTION FOR .AMENDINO .

property hereinafter ..described: 'All County according to the c. Bh1 not necessarily be at the -* '-. CITY NOTICE GP. .ALZt
claiming Interest under Vien. Ofnclal Plat flIed and recorded Um CHARTER MA.'f'
hI. '-
pUnles appointment a r..ld.ntrl of .
the City Commission 18th day of
Tales, deceased or otherwise In among the Public Record of Or. the City State. preference De.mb' UI. -
TaZ. or shall be subject recall at a 1 I Tn.the Circuit Court of the Seventeenth
*. property bu lnalcr. described:: pie CvUDty.' f19rl4D Run thence the matter of appointment to special election held' for Jiii-nnfnoie. ?' J1 ' '' Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida,
.
: parties $ North U.h ; .aid office shall be given to a manCompetent S' to for .
tl\I:1 v..t ch. Cross'Ma'fie' and Ovoeola
Jackson y.te.e.a..d.. or 147.81 t..t. thence South CT.SS by or train P"CUo" 'hell V ,".le< Mike a (X) ftefore thj In Chan.
experience J. .
described: the I > If demahdYd by signed ofYOt Choice. cP' J. Ba"settr CQuntr' versus
In th* property h..lalt.r thence East 117.51 feet to n g. P.tto" Qu..toa ? I .
D. 9Ytf .
person qualified such elec ft *
under place* oT beginningBeing th.9U1 d. Sh.nIve bond approved by : .
4 larUta Sfeceast:!. or feet of Lot 4 of said the City Commission tin and numbering at leant one-third VOTE FOR ON foreclosure. Notice r' repr Fiven
otaerwlsajji, !iLUr! / Ir.G performance of his for. the faithful of th* total number of votes c.ct. at For and adoptln/r th I that purttUkflt to- 4. decree eittrr*
r.Ut'ln.
All) h.relnar.rd..orlb.d. You. ahd each ot h.rbJ e. Shall ,rndwracoouvting. dutlea.tn the the last riral city election: Such 'the Charter of the ed In this C.VI on .nth day ot
shall
.pa1Ue.'dmtll'lbtr.et h petition the city Town of Klsslmmee : November 1911. I hall offer for
under comm.nd.d and City Commission of the b..1lel.wih City so that
V? affairs
requ fo..I. of .
otherwise In the property hereinafter the bill of complaint : on "he. CUr I In W.rJJ'P5' an" In detail M.n..e reason for the business of said City shall b*I ,In.ale and sell at public outcry for cAsh
The City Manager shall conducted hand to the highest bidder
Jn" under at the
claim
described: AU or before the let dn '
Ing Interests under ,Malcolm parties N. Over- U 1923Witness. January, A.. monthly.t. Shall. iI Oll.hel the al required control of tortbwlh to& special .meeting the said of the .g.1 form of ."Comml..lon.rlan.. ; front -door.of.the'Court.. _*In XII."mm..Oc.o' ..

street deceased or otherwise In the thb Honorable C. O An the City Commission have entire con.lde. peti Mayor and City Council form CountyFI.r'da
tion. .The .
property hereinafter ce.crlbed: Atpsrties I drews, judge of the above Court and of the City's business save Comml..lonel.or Commis.sinners of Government .now existing; and I being
harl. shall not -ltday. of January D. 192 "
A. $
II th. the date
claiming . Mary my name as Clerk and the seal tliore- otherwise provided. Ills take In pr..crltln" when said i -.
deceased or otherwise In I of. part prooeodlngs In case shall become duning'.thslegal hour of sale the
,8 Bronson. at Ktsslmmee Florida this :3rdd.y authority shall include the whole Commission Is named In the op.r.Uv. described property altuato
hereinafter describedAH : tolowlnl
of Octolirr. A.
tfce property 1f. Employing and
( parties claiming Interests under J L. OVERSTREkJT, Clerk. alt officials employee dl.ebarlln", shall petition act for rc.1 the City Manager VOTE FOR ONE ll County Florida, to-wlt:
petition and Issue Beginning at the
Southeast Cor.
AIC Tyfer. d.c..d. or otherwise In I (Circuit Court Sal) save the Clt'' City At. the .the petition shallcontain Against ratifying n'-.40plr' the, 'ner of Block "W" of Henry A.
AUIatw. c.11 I
: Amendment
herlnalter
H C. to the
prprty d..crlb.d Bullock, D. torney Tax ... the rfqul.l. number of signature, th. Mathew' Addition to time Town of
Interetts under KRIBRS & Town of Klsslmmee
STEED. I-f. Managing the police, sanitation by three qual City so that I Klselmmee City and
L deceased or otherwise: All In Solicitors, for Complainant. 47-9 water and light, .tr.ft. clerical ified. voters who".nuln.. also certify that the. bu.aines..of said City hall be thence- West Florid.Hundred (100)run
conducted 'tinder
property b.reln.tt de.criled fInancialend .rU. Mary IN CIRCUIT COURT. 17th Judicial I of the City's bu.lne. each of the same affixed, the recall RieI form of Government In lieu of r and one-half l.ndre

Ov.r.tr..t. deceased or other*'Is* Circuit In, and for 0..01. .ounty.' S-f. Purchasing and mn- election shall It., forthwith called for tbl Mayor and City Council t.rm I T.fnty-.t: East Hundred
hereinafter described: .
In -the property ,,, tertaIer-utmcntnnd'suppttes for a date earlier Government now existing and I ,
S. In.Qatery not than ten days not (100) feet and Thence South One
'All parties claiming Interests under . D. Brr- the City. The the date when said I
.r.u. City Manager shtll .later than thirty days after the date prUCllblnl """ Twenty-six and
J Lightsdeceased. or otherwise in rln.ton. et at. Respondents: Mill to I not 01"0.. of property belonging of the meeting which considers the shall become op.r.lve. (U..10 to the plate on..bl

s.roperty h.r.ln.ter described: .. Order of Publication: The' to save by authority < f petition. The Commissioner Commissioners I n-lng." I.t land lying In and be.
under mate of Florida. to I>. Herrlngton.
: Evelyn
the Commission. .
Int.r..t.
E F. 8r..n.cllmln&. or .th.rwl.. If ll\ Ing...nd..1 dead all parties 4-f. Caring for. repairing and Im- Stand for re-election sought to at be the recalled recall may In the County Judge'. Court, Oaceola Itig Block a part"W."of Lt Four.U). of said

the property hereinafter : clslmlnx under KtelynI City' property lion and any qilallflcd voter .I.e. County, Florida. In Probate. In the .
All parties claiming Interests underKdward >. BerrlnKtuti, decascd. or otherwise ?-lvllt.C I and disbursing the municipal elections shall at be general Matter of the Estate of Romondo David . Special JOHN CADET*
Chancery.
entitled
F. Browl. deceased or otherwise In the "rop"ry hereinafter described::: subject to the T" to he a candidate for the office Markham. d".d. Clt.Uon. The KRIBBS STEED,
In the property hereinafter described Harry If llvlna and. If dead,, strlcllons ; this Charter. of the Commissioner or Commissioners RTATF OF : Mabel H. Counsel for Blt

: All parties claiming Interests all parties claiming Interests under S-f. Seeing that tho laws and orlincOces sought to be recalled. No names of ., 691 Kenmoro Avenue. Chicago Compl.lnant
under Martha J. Brown d.ca..d. Harry Artmnn deceaSed' or otherwiseIn 1 are enforced candidates shall be Florence Markham. SMI I 1'

or otherwise In the property herein the prop. rt, ber"lnal.r described:, 7.?. Acting as Clerk of the Commission hatiot. The office or printed office on shall the North Halsfnd Street. Chicago. Illinois, AJI OHDIVANCK -

.ttr d..crlb.d. All parties claiming which I. d."rrlb.dtn I and keeping the records be filled bv the : and all other persons interested In the.
under laId Jordan deceased the Kill of Complaint and Trtvt'red I therof. and being custodian of the [the MKtieAt
r otherwise In the property h ,reInafter to this in,'der. to-wlt: seal of tho City. _jsuch flection .and in. votes tn admonish and command )'Of 174 and 175 of the Revised Ordlnanco
All parties claimIng The case more than that on the SOth of of the City of Klsslmmee. Orre.haCounty.
described: Northwest quarter of the K lie Ih.U' attend (Ih.- meetings rbne of/Ice is-.fllled day- IMcember,
Interats under Nile J. .John.ol. Northeast quarter of -ctlon Thl-- of the City Commission. heed tliCommission -, I eel vinothe, hlghmt the candidate re- D 1928, at ten o'clock A. M. at his ofUtr : Florida by further regulating
number nf
tnlc o Running .at af Animals ,
In Laige
deieas- timC.rt
1i >lle bmf1m..a". In the property hereinafter Itange JJast t'vovolu enteupon the longest term County. Florldth. of Within the Corporate Limits ot the
T..nlnln. and needs of the Cite, n ,'-- opened to election by the rrcall In O.e.oll. Judge of
) described: All parties claimingInterests County. Florida ommond to the Commission. lor ease the Commlssloiiervor Cummlfmloneri nbo\ e court will consider and act City KI..lmm..
under Frederick ItS. Irown. You and i'Mch of ou. ar. hi.ret l,\ adoption such measures as hi nay sought to be upon a petition heretofore filed by BE IT ORDAINED TIT TUB CITY
. and. i If dO.d. all required to to the uf Complaint recallod\recel lOtes JamesM. Johnston as Administrator COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KIS-
|
11.1n. p.rtn appear UII deem necessary or expedient In sufficient to I
I reseat him
or them .
Interests under Frederick ni',it In this cause th rule as I the above estate for authority I SIMMEE:
the of
BI ,
I cllmln. Int.r..t. I.. City. and | ., successful candidates for th5'-.fommie. a.kln. Section 1. 174 and 175
I.1 :
d.c."d. or otherwise day In .t.nuary. same IxInK fh. Ixt form such duties other than those sion they continue to take ".... .. of the Thl .cUon.
t .
described I : of A. 1D23 .hal < hoM.oftict, said estate ot described of the .. of Ihe City
'the property day January \\ ltniVHthe I enumerated In this for tho t.I tolowlnl
\1 for which ,
\ und r h'I" ( they)) of Klsslmmee Osceola -
.
'na Interests
All intrtles Honorable < 0 us Judwenf .ro property being belong* Count111,1
: Andr.w. Amendment as shall .consist
at the timo of Ihe filing i of 'H "1 da, be and the -
and. I If holdlll' tag same are
(Mary n Morgan. Illng. the ,%\ov. Court and m\ namTerk > a. his office 'and Mhnll be Imposedupon to Romondo David Markham at .hereby
dead. all parties c.lm I Interesl* ( th, . avid I th.' of 111'hi 1 .-.1 I him b>' the Commission ( 1 '.tl"n. Failure on me of hrs death located In Osce- e to r.a a. follows:
Atfl4r 2UL1; d-cased, orotherwise hereof this 23rd day of A, part o Comml".lon.r to be Ell Florida to-wlt: Lot for '. 174 : IMPUNOfNO. Tha-
lii 1 ..tr/a. hereinafterdescrlbotlr I l.tu\.r. 7. In the event that by reason of re-fleeted nt a recall election In. of St. Cloud Boulevard ac Chef of Police p.rHOn maY

All pru..rt. inter t. 1122. T,. OVKRSTrtKRT flgk d.atl. Hlckneftg) rfII'I tlon. Ah".nc.or \olvlnir his orlc. shall >acutehis cording. to the Plat of Lake Front Ad any horse mule, ass. ..t

under Mary rt. Nelson i If IvlnK. (Circuit Court Heal) f of. the CJt. Manager the office orlc.. l' ,, date of the dition to the City of Kt Cloud as Stir bull. steer cow or other catl. or
t of I shall be .. ''h. ('omnl.Hlon.r or CUI- and recorded the records running at larrre at an* wihinthe
If all parties 1.- By K H DuU. It'. (CK1MUBS 1.1) na.r I""por'arl elected among public 1m.
d.ad ' the C'ltCotnmlsfclon nl..lon.r. st such shall I corporate limits The
miivappoint r..al of
teresta. Mary J, Nelson deceased I. A 8TFKD.: : 0.001. County State of Florida. In
nter upon their I duties as daysucceeding ing shall be In the city pound.
otherwise the property hereinafter Mn.licitn.rs for C'ompUlnant 4T-9t I a lev-Manager to oct pending 'IO h'h. Plat Book "B' page Blxty-one, on the
I All pnrt!. cl.tlminit the filling of theacfilicv' and suchViceManager the election fom- 2Jlh day of September. A. I>. 2910." and PROCEEDINGS ON POUXDINO
"e"rlb"l nshvixlMwrdock. I shill have temporarily: mission' shall canvass the election returns at sale When any animal Impounded the
Clurles Tow I I In Circuit\' fi.uit 17th Judicialr| .1 th4 "m. public or private
.nt. the h.r..t. In ('it'' and ."I.r. the on the p Chief of Police shall without unnecessary -
all I a r.aul. Administrator In his
'
If HMnu and.' If dead < lilt. In and "I.I I e'.unt> Florida 1.0..1. may Judl''m.nt
claiming I InterestsnnHer ,' .ntrb"'I:: :' ,,,\ M IlulInK i : Minnger" ; but no nut hacunc)' shallhe I day following the electol, elec deem advisable for the purpose delay notify the owner If known
.rtr. % alli>wid lo continue for lonffer than lon .hnl be called li>*d I and If unknown he post not less
Murdock of paying the of the said .hall
I. v rxiiH I> |
To'n.h..d d..al- 1.nI"I".I. \ r I. -t I ( d'b. ."Iat.
CI.rle. three tl a 'ommlssloner durlr the than three notices the clerk
In prup"rt) hn- 1teep.nd.rIa Kill to Quiet n\ntha. .\ You will In-the above court -
.I. .pp..r
rd otl.r'I''l ti. Til. flrat six months of his term rind I of nee. ono at the city pound. and ona
Order r The r 8. Th.lily ( "".ml.I. .nd not the' recal .on or said date and show'
b.Cerp
part. laln\II < Publhalnn. I'nl. < ('ii!!y Manager : of the same Commlttsior-tr "It tie the aforesaid In some other public place. git Ing description -
Interest* under the Klorld-i to- vie. If bI god. .hAi be Ihal cause on) PetUo
'Townshvnd Murdock. If any. If lUlnic, If dead, all parties RlmlInl.r I. a. Fix th" e for tax iiK.esv- d.mand..1 ofiener ti'\:'n ) .nvtwelve should not be Irant.d. of the animal, and r"Qulrlnr
In- under W F. Davis dt-ceasod. otherwise 1an" eiiunllKe the tin',(' monthij ferlo"putuions flled \\ITNKSH mv the owner to appear within
dead, all parties or
and. 1 U. .udl"and
calnlnA In >
creeps under the Chfrlt."ownlh.nd S In the property herinafter described l>. Make nil contract imoUlnir 'Iolat"n, '.e UesH nro\iKloiri shall the senl of the County toul days and. redeer- .

Mordock. wl. dec..d. Clara II. Moore. If IKIim.' expenditures of mor. loin $ OI.OO. be 1 < tu the f cxh'nt! thWl thc>V court on this 17th day of November. ow. -

otherwise tn the property l.rln. and. if dead all parties claiming Interests c, Employ the Cltv Attorney and 'iolatt. seIne. A. I). 1022,. at. Klsslmmee, O- .- ".. same, f ffIH
after I decHt>eo. All, puttieS "almIPI'Int.r..t..nd.I under llarl n. Moore, d.'" < the City Tux Assessor ae', Notice of any special elections for r' .- : lOMieM0" *"*'*'* th.nas .

Lvontdas ed. or otherwise.. the property hereinafter , d. Through Us ?iayor.'nmmie. any purpose shall be at 1,. x _.,.,, ._..u_ ,-- net U.,imi>ouucUngi OP the
and It all partlosvtalsnlngll described: which in the property loner conduct the *'' ,icII":1" ten ds\s prior to the Jh'en tI I (Seal of tk, County L. I Pf" fees charge mad on amount
d.a.l. .
bv C
fan liiterests i Tind r Leonids* described In th. IJI of Complaint Court. publication of nnte! .1"tll"tl. ., j l, "Ud&'. ClLXL) MKr. 5 I. m,y- within the saidfour

u dOePUId." of otltrf'monT ,I"and referred, to order to-wlt: t P. In: m.lt.n, urihln his authority. : SJjj uJ vAti-.. :;: ; d4h. -; 'OHNNTUNGARUETT ouny Jud.. i *, 4ppeal!, ,jejofe. *H. .YO who

.1_ I" r.n. h..ln. .1 described o.hr: ] Si Nurh..t quarter ,. lI.0 b' this ciiariic.ABjeadm-". ,-ce.. and purpose of olngpl&r. o: Counsel tot Administrator. l- I .b.U Wh J""INnlr., tmat.,
"
C MAIL partle lnerels ot. Nor .;ffuarlef or.Ulb..- the.nft (11 61ana ,r sinai bi l subject t.; cation tn be In a newspaper el..tlon. Publ. -J release of any animal and shall th.
the. OT LeonlBas Mirreail'Lawson. give
wife Betlon
under .. J.0rt... '1 of th. Commission' the City of Klualmmee evidence
df an). i If thJnl.and. I deadI" To.nDlj,. Txeoty-rtv- tut acting .* a In meeting aesembl- 15. The Clt%. CommlHHlon shall AN OROIVANCK ..t.r.c"ry Police the of ownership t
*" nppolnt animal shall
-ll prt" .11. Kaat. but no eomml..lon.. shall other,. a Tax \.01 to nerve during An Ordinance lrlesd- upon payment of the follow
the L.onlda. Morreau Lswson I. COt tJorla wise attempt to dictate to or to Inter the plea.ur. of tho Commission to "AN Amending That Part of: ling' free: For Impounding
deceased, or otherwise' ii the y . ( with the ant oRDrNANCJ Providing for any bull.
r.aIT. .all ft jot Are hereb}' . City Manager or give r"c"lv. such compensation as t the Tbnre Dlan for Impounding
I All required to to tn* orders to officials Commission shall and Regu any
of any .
or fix.
appear 'Il Co- rmplo>ees or' Such Tax As lation of Certain aow. horse, ass mule sheep
rt.Alli.ter.enfljfnw.'i'haf PI.lnt .Sled 'la this SaUte the rl. undertake In any manner to direct th. season shall hate the and du- pations and Professions Businesses, Occu goat..or-Jtog, Two Dollar For feed
I r n January astne City's and If he ties of pw.r. ; Provid I "
being the .lal1 shall do so he assessment by the ing for orses. asses> and mules
": .claimLoA'.D1.crt? day of January-A. V). 1.**. Witness .hal of a misdemeanor and. "general lawn of /Fd" governing tion a Penalty for the ViolaI ..each feed Fifty P1 head
'sr 1' d. the Honorbl* CLitV Asdrews shall be municipalities. thereof; Defining Transient I Cents ( t..dln/ .
"r. p.a Judge subject to removal and t. acts re Merchants and other- animals, per head for .
.. t* fr.edV4nrkb5 p7opertjC i.SnPMffl ,pt "i.,above C.ur.n name as' by the City Commission lating to the Town Klsslmmee rand dinances R.pe.ln. all Or I Twenty-five Cents'. For t.e.
'
I Cl.rk.th.r.o4: 10. The action of the the CltJ of Klsslmmee. H.re"Ub/ i postingthree ,'r\ln. .n"
ta.. .t .m.ll.alItb.r.Or. I City Controls'slon He shall I In far as the of ,
.4 same ftfty
und.f. .r this Sbo.d.r shall be expressed by ordinance not be subject to the direction of .the Licensing.. Taxlnar and provld.- ..for i- the. i cents. For hlD*ala o.f -O K I
u11t! .,., ,'oelJ City Manaeen . -
or : "
resolution
: and a record of the I twenty-five
;.i" .o.iI". I ,1. CakL shall b*. kept. same I I'.- Circuses and Shows) and ,y this or: the of cntuDio'4V.i; ;
.1 .rI-.OVPR9TIn The City. money sq collected dinance *ot iW'I I
''jClrc.it : -JH Is Comml..ln Th'Cty the Licensing,, :
.r t1le authorised to make weekly In a bank Taxing .proVldln. I Section ,
; fh. .. :d' 01 I I .J" "llI' D. ""afL I regulations for its own I banks which shall be and Shows. of Circuses 11 5ALlt,1t ahr SnlmaL (

4 KK,8 9. 'I and to.
hSTSirl'> 'II"m VwHyttfreln.uT '. .,. for CO""llal .'. 4T-t OY.nuDtmt SAd to compel theat.I '' ,I'D.p.lor.and which shall be bonded all ordinances* theret! and' GtPoUo. 'hfIL".elon.. .ii.rii1;; t
I r4ls'clatniIti J tendance par"I.II' rr.alJ1 I .lal .
*> o- of Its members at It* amount of the deposit In 'piblT
iat. . a tbfD
m.et. 'auction
.. .' At.t OIl 'D I Ing. records and meeting of r of the City as a protection Ineon.I..nt h.r.wltl. ,1, I :

artI.$ slaim. W ", .? I the .lltbe .. "hll.be --public. .ln.t'-{.lurC or'defalcation. .Bqnd t'- OF THE CIT,., }'; .Vr-JJ f''te. advertising"Jfrc _ _
K. tb.n.
CITY
-Wr ba COUCIL' to..lot.
a
ludjfcMX&yESSbi I Unlessotherwise- a( surety company au ) >' OP r thpt In some
...\othe In', the "sjorljy* of the Oomm9 prOyldd* horised under the law of the State Section 1. ; the city f"'epp ,
l .ajihd All %$ *? i .. Florida act a* OlapOSnrlOrt .
.I -* sufficient to authorise .&nr aelYj1ifl'en t?, a surety of publl"f I .: I pF TpftOtfEHrte: Tho1

I Ipterruta X.lls pd.r U.nry.. I f-,*. the. Qetatejof 1..a.Ca.oa Oe. *."Vths.-.1.Commission...th. 'Jwdga ef Jh the* Commls-election ;7. the" ,.z.Ji TSi 12L' .t f "AN tbe L'e' r.lh' .*., .r. vfdlll (ur Chief" of Police procrejis bail$ pay 6f "t thc City. ,t- ''I
'I Munigts'.afl t
> ; Tt >
ItI
XncIL" I t.-.4 t< ,. 'wbrr I elon .ha.. ewe ,to the preaej! .1"tJo 0 e "f4tr: IILhe -
member
City _
I Cll .. jt'. h. lbI --.t. Commission a"a regular t t"JJelnw. .. _
toh CUplit.6ft .
.dc I0th
and ths
day Court.. meeting of & jfff&w-SST'f'r.v
the
| .. , ,I said Commission, held ; .1- ElP.ON ( Swner skal*
W"'tpdry..ob b. Sv.I shall I give
u
subject to revh-w *r < t on or prior
tu* "4J' JJ :tty VfeJCwa1 ?ugeaf' apply said I It shall not be within Ih."e) the. millflg. for .n to the current date of CxlD .be. SS'LfS F---' '. [within twelve Pro.r, after of pwnorsBlp. _
motb.
I *jhIn., f."df. .. .4..t.. iObMe.tor mM I I"I'.I 1Comnrnl.sin to remove any In.,,. |h'i.&budget of,the y..r, .ne SSSftHir? it"-' I 1115et proceeds ''of .ale'ett.r .aleCt "S
ut h", of th* CIII I sav for eeUm.t6 f and .I
misfeasance ny'ture .no. 'j shall
rpb.d. All nonfa.sn"e. or C tel "penae. be
,
\ parte. I ..' dop.d. and I m.lea.aDer on written and e-.. *t> ror the licensing.taIng him. paidtoI
Ui der J that only o rIPt"J .th.hrll. shall
,. will tI.n ources of and I
.. d"lrp m"l hUf' I my fIns accounlsni-Viexdtrix-r -- pn.eni I ( hearing by I year with -.f the ti._ 'rerlUo of Clrcu.,. trad' o9R ._-.. a-_ .. <
I of said I the Commissioner, or Commissioners I I and the purposes Is hereby [ PENALTY FOR .
undet Jam n"l I I state and ask for their .w".i-__ ,, amended so as STOCK ,
not Involved. AT
d..4.h.rwl. I I Dated November 4th. appr"a The Commission Is an. -t.ier5e'u: ;: to read .. follows I LARGE: Whoever ownl"RtH2G
.
A In case a member vise this : lag charge "
For of
I. budget
and
hereinafterrUlmlML.lri I .w. r ,r.tln. re .ha. CIRCUtE1 on. or more any mule. .
.. ; WILHEiWt4 1 ,. BSON. I'I'o' moved or I* ; Commlsulon .pprovi same. The budget s._ MI J"> 1 I day --_: _-,-..au.UOO.OO bull steer, 49w tC.e.other aMle.. C-
.t ,_ uactutria. m.c.yt' '
I I,' may. '- basIs for the mlllaire levied by CRCVSD; for each parade or ho. .hal .low-t. *) si
'I arllf by .
clbln.I b city- Commission for such currant In the where ) <
cyman."t. : iret .. ,.oUI. I oi O I voter or voters to the office QUall. filing the mllluge tor tax ..., I rformnnce I*Str.el.given outside the, limit shall be wIthn e''Jtat.
..ment. theiRbtTSES '
ODfty d. .. .I 1r18tANLEpoII. within thirty (SO) days of occu-- the mlllage to be used for any I City ----------'. .' .I5O.OO to the fee or fee which would ba flee
) ALLM :.+ .nee of the vacancy special purpose shall be specified and money khaiberquired' lo release such
I" essary
clll "aE' '. '. -- u i I,'It W>: election fill thin hold. collected I : to de- stock If the
C. Nolle Is \ for that shall be same were Impounded.
tnl and. hereby that I Special cle*. .can .. deemed purpose I posit with th. CHy Clerk and Tag But no person
.tl interests Election , be held In aprptate to that 1 ? the shall b* to prosecution
the Town of The Commission shall . P1rp..nd I CoUettor. at tho ry r acq.Mire! these ._ l.bll under
WIIs jlld 'dacased.otherwise Klaslmmee Clt>-. Usceola County. Flor er t. h.v. pow for .n othe I and unloading. if the stock, has been
make all
In [h* herelnlr ida on the ISth day of December, A the r."on.bl. r11.ton. purp. or Crn.t.rr' to any I the cum .f. (100 beor Socur the taken up and Impounded for going at ,
described: Al) '.rtl claiming I)" 123. for the purpose of determining tot dispatch o.n Tha tun. th City ..a' ba I City from ,any damage tor Streets i,lam-
crests under the quorum of the Commission paid by City I RECORD
| adoption : From
a
J.oniq or rejection of the I. other and after the
JI.rl. of
the
tm. If living, If Ic.n. pro conalat of two member thereof *. Commissioner and property f. of this pasaore -
nd. d..4. posed Charter the said Town of where ef pt cunt"'hrnf by I which sum or any part thereof CiY. ordinance It trail be the '
by
/o virtue the
claiming Interests under Jennl KlMlmmee I In the form hereto the of Interest two of City 11.1. be I required to put the Streets or 'duty of tIme clerk to keoev record of

-la Lrch.nh.lm d."al or ether- nnexed. Said election will b* held In Commission the cannot act. In which In drawn the ..ve money already I City Property In same condJa other -"-. .11 .t"fk Impunde In. the City of

.. r deed. accordance with the prevision of realnln.Commissioner may, tund. upon which they are *, was before belnoused bv l lie41rnme.l thereof
o TIn. property embraced In Chapter MO of the of IMS. State .10. ) drawn .10 shall only be drawn upon I Circus shall be refunded. by kind. fteh marlcs and
order and of Act In Ion to regular and the of the Commllon. .ad .e"d.l.
to herein Isribed' Florida and the .uthorl' City mark and If
law If
tn.r.t.rt. erning Municipal elections.not In "con 0, meetings the to be cn"by the' lfla C.m. Vnl.. .ulhorbed to d* .. at an .a.o by cmal ay. t the bo assessed Street with the .brnd". the any owner together when
lit of that lying ml.lon. Manager may at any lion called for that the known and the
} .1uat. nle Ih.r..ll The will purpose Cty Committee of the City Council disposition of the
1A being in Oscvola C.unh'. FlorjMwrJb.odaa . r"Kulr POlln.plc.City C.mniis.ion.Notice' a .IP.rial' meeting of the City Commission shall not have the SHOWS: Minstrel. Stock Companies. stock .and amount of ma.. If sty
'tqll4ys| to-wlf Bt+ tl to.b.ssP01cr taattey to cover deficit In mo..
: Clerk,. ao4. Theatrical therefor.
> record
'*fntwf *.'*<- ,. : ot <"# '.#. uSniWi.ba. .. 'ZOJJwC Inspector: I II by of any,special m etln. ce4 "any- food foe',arty year'by anticipating Dramatic under tent Vaudeville or within or cllte book, tbe form of to b
tPse-fi.agr.
he huth..t quarter *r the O.: V Clerk. or" tho- .Fey9oaea.or.by'1ylng .rml.ry enclosure ( & shall approve 'br the street
Comml.slab b
I 1. : In regularly li com-

th. quarter of Section twen I ", n."II." Wrtthn."pacIfyIng.JIh 1dtlh.4n4 In' no case 'shall b.v opera. mttteo.KEVOlttTNa,

ty-four ,(S4>: The Northeast quar- H. N, Bratton, thereof shall be nerved tuxui all ot..>#* 1rni* japrjew more than 10" oftn _.House.. )..per BTOCKl. It shall by
bees ----- .1100.00 I
of -
the Us last --- -
r of, the Northwest quarter: The C. W. Urlfttn, Inspectors. City Commission' b.rore approxod budget c* f I such SHOWS Do* andFody- (to be the duty of the Chief of Police er any
northwest quarter of the North- In addition to such special meeting. Such : deficit Th* seal year of the City shall policeman
voting Impounding
n.t. asj stock
upon the adop Dog ant Pony Shows t* report
at q arter: The uth-t quar- tion or rejection of the be *arved by the City . or a begin th. 01 day of Novemberof the same to ttm dark within
Ch.rt.r. the or eahibitlonother twenty-
r oft the Northeast quarter: The 'quall.. EI.ctor. of the City will vote he member of the police torc and hall each t.I.nd.r year. At the p.tmnc. animals tour hour* after the- same "Were Im-
delivered to each end of .
northwest quarter of the South- candidates for th< three ofllce If personally C.c.1 year the City must ). per day- ....930.94 pounded on blanks to be furnished by
can be found Commission *
less 220 yards square or Commissioner to b> filled at of business else left. at his to be .hal Its accounts SHOWS: .A.I other Kaws -. cxlii.bition the city for the purpose, giving all
Corner. said pl.c or Notice audited a reliable
thrth And the election In the event that r.lld."c. public ae000ntant needed Information for keeping the
the especially .
of the -South- Charter Is adopted the may bo dispensed with If waived by and the audit shall be In de- .enun..ac.e" above re-cord
.. three candi .II the member .of the talL nor day ---... ---_______ .
It qSarter less 220 yard dates the Commission aetl-.nnu.U. on the regular DELIVERY No
square : stock
highest
Ivlnl number of No .11. This tall shall b* de-
; I
other business ; 'r.lnanr.
_. the Northwest Corner of Sec- will than that specifIed! to be held livered to
m.etn. the
\ot. to the Conlml.lon not chng of owner ..
City Com except
..( In the cell shall vary or effect any the On.Pvment - '
be months
< ). mll.ton In accordance .tr.n..cl.d at the th. January and July. of full pound fee
license
Ut with the pro aid taxe mentioned In the said or oa the writ
ton Tj.nty-n'e visions of the proposed Charter. special meeting. thl City M.n..er aall report In de- Ordinance other than the Tares ten order of th. Mayor which written

Twenty-five This. the 15th.day of Nov.mb.r. A. D. 1.Commission Election of m.mberof the te the financial on drc._ and Show Licence, a* .h.relnmenUo order hall bo filed wit'h the Clork.*' '
uth. Hang Twentr-elrht F..t.and I" shall be held as pro c.ndlUon of the Ciy. T. revisedand : Section 1: All Ordinances, or part

U each ot >'ou. are hereby T M. MURPHY. vided by the City Commission, and In approved year Section III. All Ordinances or parts' of Ordinance In conflict with tax

Hired a.P.r to the 111 of Com. J. R LUPFKR.: accordance with the statute governing and the semi-annual reports aforesaid ,thereof. Inconsistent. herewith be and above section bo and the amo are
int flied cause the rule JAMES M. JOHNSTON. municipal .I.ct.na now or here and the audit for each year shall bepublished I the are hereby repealed. hereby repealed.

In aam. being the let Attest : Klectlon Commissioners. .thl In force 'mol"ed. hereby either by publc.ton.n a .a.K first and second time by Read a first time November Sth.
of .anu.rr. A. 1921. 3. 1%. OJLC, nT. membership . newspaper published I2. and read send
I . conoept and passed a and third time
,
shin shall b* filled at the election by mailing'copies th.or'to unanfmoua open
Tltnes the Clerk mil- all the
Honor.bl. C. O Vn- City and Secretary of the Charter .. .1 on. IbIs Jtn day of November. A December fth. and passed In open se
r* *jt Judge nbov. (out Board, IYlnl rams Charter Amedm.nL The qualified voter of tl. City. The audit I).. .IMS. Ion. this 6th day of December A0
my name a. Clerk thereof <8e-al of the Town of KUstmmee office of the candld.t.r.h'lnl shall b* published or before the A. a OILBKRT. 1922.
.no City.
I official seal th.rer. this JJrd day ) the II.h..1 number SOth day of November of the year Attest A. 8.
GILBERT.
: President of
_ -lobe?. A. t I'ROI0KD AMUNDjtKNT!* TO THU on 1924. frt Tueoday In Aprf of A. .P. when mad J. R. OfLBERT. Cuu"I. Attest: President of CounciL
J. I. OVERHTREET. (' POW EIf of th. IS.: Th duties J. R GILBERT.
_ C.rlr.cl ''RTtl OF TilE TOWW the next highest realvl,1 and the compensa ( mty Clerk. City Clerk
court. Ral KI81"nUCI ('1'1. end an the first u'yO ton of the City Attorney shall be Approved thl. lath day of No'pmfMHAL Approved this th day of Dec.. 122
fly Bullock. D C. of AprIL A. as bell tm h.. r.y (k. city i.. A I?. 1P3. U. R. MAY. (SKALt
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onmis.ioiu19.
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what ia
II R.MAT.. Mayor.
bltors, for Complainant. 41-91 I no.known us the Town ftf ICIsslmmee celvlntL the. .\hriTlhe.t number of No person .pplnt.d bv the ) Major. ,

( tty ct. shall hereafter be Qnnt ifi..lmS. A,* April, **-. 23. -1914. nerea.t Tu.aay City Commission Manager or bv tha to number uf the '
city shall
be
IB CIRCUIT roiTHT. I* X'tDas %. The City of Klnslmme shall have shall term of office of City Commissioner on. a term of of no* or .m appointed ployed tor-fer* In the In and for Osce I gyn* in the local golf course near -

.I O.EOL. ('Ot'NT', J..UHI.) ,. and . CH"N llY, tIiI., . vested In the Town of )Klsslmmee shall be on the from the date Of Mary I... Breaker
0.1. City or em versusRmma abundance' of
. < . Aaroamt ,.... under general or Special Act., and also last Saturday in March of each .pplnt..nt Jonas, et al.C.mp"ln.nt. Japanese'beetlelarva*,
'plorm.n' Bill '
Hr _. *.. mm t qa1 suoU other and further powers as shall year. the t..m tilled at any .. the Manager nor to Quiet Title. R..pndet. acordtaff ,to reports received by the

Order of r.. i
vri4 TO .NQ palities of the Stall of Florida Incorporatq.d tion. April tolowlna such .I.e. b* 'dlreotlri or' Indirectly In any The State of Florida To: Emma State department of arrlcultur The .

; .REeIDJNTS. shall hereafter under the general .ores : of City'h. compn.UOI the bosuch offIce msnnerWhat.opver.,5nsncIai|"( Inter It living and It.de.d all partle claimng irrcens offer ideal facilities for the ";
be eated in.i1'ot.h.aontsrts.aiad. Interests ,.-
. tat-It* of FlorldsTTo, Aaon'oJerill. City of Klsslmmee cnf"ree.ptla upon act.said not amount to th*, Commission shall fx the Cltyjoor_ shall they beloni. to any by or oth.rwl.4M In...ne'property deceased beetles to lay their tt* during the

: ... Ilyln..and.. I under. Aaron par- Klsslmmee S. The government City of and not.se.e" U.O for.Ot'for-caeN m.eUn.Orrapr corporation Intemited.. hereinafter delrl.e; To2L.. H.. Oll.n eason, and it Is apparent that the, , ,'
shall b ,
II.: The
vested tn of City Clerk and If riving, all
a
: City month. dat. partle effect of these
p ens. Jr. deceased or otberw'i.e.prOperty Commission of .three Except whets. removed of heavy1 depositions ,
oivKlsslmmeo leg Interestvoder H.
re..e. C"leto H.
mem Olllen deceased
hereinafter described:. ber, who .ompo.t. or a Towa will be serious, in some .
qualified to hall rcle Comll.lonel _w.fixed shall devoir or otherwise la tbo property cases n cesitatins ,,

see.->-|H. Barber, It -living. and. _If rote gt. general municipal el..ona.Mieoeasor.- hol otte. 'ntl -- upon! the Clty.Manggsrj'4 .-: hereinafter:. -,whUh.-Is the ; the rebafldiiis of infested '

, t'J. .llda.lfed.. I a:.. .All tb.'nrdlaancdI.nOnln' >force. .property .. deerte" BUI oC Corn4 greens. 'r I
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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE,, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1922 -
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Those enjoying the hospitality. of f l'AhUU'iOTU'B: FOR RENT HOOO>C> O.OH .o 000 000 ;;':.:


I ... i[IN SOCIETY'S REALM" ]] this Alderman charming'Bolce hostess were Howard Mesdames In tho Court of the Countv Judge .ofliHciolii. FOR. iM' rtm ft ST-l"u""I.t".d*>nt. private entrancoi 1.ou.ek."p; no othr ,
Katz
Bay
<:V>unt)',' Florida.) In the E". or rooinom. T."'. PoH&ell, cornerChurch
Edgar Katz, Gardner SteM Star. tat.. at Sarah A..Cohoun, a lunatic street. i
bird, Hugh, Minlek, Angle Makinson, To all whom It may concern : Ihiht SPECIAL
Nelson Makinson Ragsdale' Prather. ,.Notice. in li..rcbglv<'n that Ii'airIh.ttbi.C .FDR; KKNT Two d" lrablolioiiHclicrplnir
LITTLE LADY HAS \\ on guardia of th above I'iitia, ,. and grarairelltjt .
BIRTHDAY PARTY A, menu consisting of chicken alad, nnnifd .rotate will on the llith dhv of and I'old'aCftr.. FOr 8ahViek-

Celebrating her .seventh birthday cranberry sauce, stuffed celery sandwiches Janunrj', 1923, apply" to the Honorable or' bob carriage just repainted ancnow
afternoon Miss Edna Floyd and coffee, was served.WOMAX'S T. I* Corner, County Judge In and. fur th''''. 2! Friday - -- fald coll n tv. at his. oflU'tf/ In the 4uult.HaiiHii - CHRISTMAS
had a birthday party at the home, of : CLUB SOCIALS In KIHlminoo In ,Meld ('ounty, \' .WANTED.
her parents at 302 Brack street ftnu' nt lu o'clock a, m. or. un soon alter ns -
played EVEKY TUESDAY :-J.JGJlTThe the matter mn b<* h"Rrdlfur'\ an oidoi Knn- .
IndloM at
time union
.. theyhad. They WAN'rEI'-Two
merry to ..1l. at public or private stile In ARid ..
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all kinds of frames, chief of which in socials ;i--;; ; by the Wom ctiunly the following! doxcrlbed real .n. n lif'iai.. Inifiit. store, during: tlwliollda )It

interest was the "penny hunt," in an's Club as general community get- estate. to-wlt: ) ) -
which lima Buck had the best.eyes together events will begin the first'I Lois, 3, 4. 29 and 30 (of' ProHpect I'ark.laccoidlntr v.NnuMan- with car to Bell .DINNER

for finding pennies lurking In out of'i I I Tuesday of next month, and will I of the to Clvrk Map Ih..r.n of the Circuit IlkIn Couttfur Hi"oflkf 'JllilOSNU. TUHBli. )-. With Will right arrangesslry miniSurlliiKKorih We manufacture any. size *
und 'apeI'iN.
the way places, an-i she won the thereafter be held! Ovrpola ('ounty.41a0 direct "
: every Tuesday. j. t Tire Co, 608 Main, )oJ.l.h'I'ra".I. tombstone. Buy and I ]
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prize. night. IxitR 1 and 2 In f-Hock H and ol11u.I .

The dining room was all decorated |j, On Monday mint/ next, Mrs. S. B. lulu 1 and.Vddltlon 8 In Hloik tu KlHBiiiiin 1or I.lntolliHiIHlKK OltUNI )'!. I --:.--------- U.VANTFtJiihroidcry.- . work AT THE save agent's commission:''

with Christmas things, and a Chii-t- |I Aultman, president, has called a I .olu. <*ount)', KKiflilahlih . Ainu will make <,hlldr.or."',,fa or ioy babies'lolhon. : line.
mas tree with Santa Claus in it. i meeting!' of all the committees'ap- \\ I Hpplicailiiii I. will I Inhnx"d un MIMIIA1I..n., 110. North Kcnu- Write. us a
Then on he table was! a great' big pointed on the Christmas entertain- I petition fix oiO-r. uf ....I" now un ill*' mont \onuf CO-SIX

white cake, with seven red randies, ments. The meeting will begin In I "said cou.l.I'.ml.I'-l ].41 I h. I 122.: .ombrold' : LAKELAND MARBLE: AND J

and ice cream cakes, and fruit. At'' promptly at 7 o'Vlock, in order that li,'a \\"''ti) i 1"1...i ,\dmlriiMt, i ,itnt,, WA 11 nd x1'ti'.:..DroHRinnltlnff"dlnlt'. Minn Ntta I.eatrr. 107) eRA YSTONE .
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each place was a little Santa Claus, the business may be completed in 3- It I Kant. Magnolia street 1'1..>11" 107

and a Christmas! box of candy. 1 time to make way for the rehearsalsof - &2.lIxI t\ GRANITE WORKS

Mrs. R. S. Floyd Edna's mothvr, ': the .c&nHxiunitv choius. I H'J-ST-SI..ly) fuinl8)n-d.) four .

was! assisted by her sister, ;\1rR. Jul-I By the way, everyone who can sing "luoniH and bath for particular peol.lt -
ius Smith, and the little guests' Invited should l conuK to the chorus practice -. 304 A
were: Catherine Butler noroI' at the Chapter Uouse night. I
every Florida
Will Be Especially Lakeland
thea Butler, Martha Lee Wilkcrson Their assiSlancejAi! .htlp injure a LOST i ,

I- DcRhcta Alderman! Mary Luesmg,: successful }volij! yY i h J i son, and 1 they' "..-.-- We'come.I i-tf
Floience r I l'i*>T-boinowhiH; In tow..auto trunk f
BeatriceLu _. Savage,
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will get a giWl deoVof enjoyment out iliout, two oekg niro: Find will i'
Frances Young', Dorothea Katz, Mar- ; of the lIinA' /alKo. I lit lug Hamo to UllluitH) Sirvlce' Mntlnn I
ion Forgus Patsy Johnston HiKle-I ---- -- ---- and receive leuttid Itci x.cx666 -.:- .. ,..

grade; Chapman, Floni Smquelicld .\. .\, CUtI'JlEI.1. DIES ._ r r10 COllghs
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Katherine O'Bryan, !Melrcse Shuman, .\SHLNfil.E CHEEK I, f. *NT.-Htlm-h i f k"v" sonp'w.. hi'rel r
Vil I" hold or I track Street It*'turn to Cures l\IalariaChiJIs: Eases
; Katherine Smith and her little cousin -- I . *
I. I iftKlnirn, <* T* I It'liliiilii1 l'OIll pa ii y I
Irma Buck, Martha Mao Newby, I Angus A. Campbell, who returnedto II and Fever Dengue ,rn'vui, )' aSr1; I -
Bettie NewLy, and Margaret Barber. KiHsunmee. from Canada se\t-ral I FOR SALE I"< I 'T-lllark silk |uirum.1.l title Ii Jill. I ,
months ago; in poor health died lat: -.--- ------ ------- wtlh'hl.I I t I.. oliloiiK. lln M" III IIII ti.l Io.. I or Bilious Fever. [
BRIDGE PARTY week In an Orlando )hospital. :Mr. lolt. :i.M.i:- I I'uKl' I toiirlim. t.n.. '2'1 in.,ulil Mrs .I't i II \ultmnn. -

Mrs Georjre P. Gaidnor entei.tamed Campbell was a member of the oldgioweis In t-"..t' ""ii.litlt'n' 0 1.1. t its, -
MSCELLANEOIis"
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I I sliilili.'. I tiitulii" : i iinilnu iiiltnt !
at luldge, Friday night, at the association and n stockholder l- t.t ))1">>*IT| ,.111'| JailK, .1.I .. I h.-I .2 1 UiiMf.IX : II If f
home of her Bister, Mrs .J. I n. Wood- in Onefold <[lowers and was will S ,. i Illli" I J. -t. VII ;;,:; t"t.: ; ; ...;.l.l I Het..0
I - beck I1tI Biuck street. Four lalik", < liked by t the many fiund he hadmnife -- ---- .mil . p..It..1 Tli.' "a..I". 41-.f.
j''tt !' \I 1.1.,1.) : ..,..." ,"- "'_ !
TnuulaHe j
the since fiom INN
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of players were seated on pa< coming(
I It I .. 0- .1.11"I., I ..1 t -I ... i ."|,)h"i.lloniII .ii\i'Trv. : 11'Ni'lt:;" iit; \ t'I-t inm- NEWBY Y I little
I .(HIS veranda and, in the living i' loms, was u life member. of the :Ma ,..I I ,i' ... .I t- I II I ... .1.. I II' I .,. ,> Vp |ii\in. '*. "iitiiiM' ii"hC ..n inniillt* .ifti .
r -whuhMIO beautifully de..orattd with Motile 1 I'"gIIn".., the (CanuilMn ))11'- > .-i 4'.I, .,,01 -, I. IM It' r |il inttni- I'1 1.int' iti a. ti tri. 'inil j helpn. tn frIO' v"'>u fr ,m that cold

poiiiHi'ttias the ilosi' of the ganit"- isilution. ind wjs anoni'i, a ::11 l I.:<, niI'untlii -- -- ---------- ,._------ I 1 I.i. fti,li .IK. .ml. nt' It HI I tMiiini' Millii I 1 1 and eases i:", t. t ..:hin:'. s..
. . .. I( 'in tn\i 'itT,). nt I In,. "utli. flint, ..
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: t was found that Miss! Ahirie :Makmion .] 1 1'rflll th<' P"'byIl'l'i.llI.hll.h" : 1'1 1 ; \1.1'I I .1 ' I !< ii \I.. tiirtt. ti'ins on bo'tl I ir roll*vingf
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: hlll high scol i1, with Mrs 1 A Mil ,' i---' 'I,.I, I I (.01._ II' II ,' --I I t'I I <..! .. l'h.i.i.I ..,",1. Home Far: Tiiose Aay From HomeAltrartivitvDrroratcd con :
I - n1 inIW"d.In I :Mi<. _Hagsilalc, l"Tlio '\. J \ 'iEWWTL1TEW1)ilS: I ) Ti's,. h'I\ I" ..i.ti\" ,,. \\.11 I I till ?. Ii-. sctatt'y; IIHn..t Banish thsie.4dN.wJ'nli'
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hand embroidered tea iloth) with} M.IJIkni1" -, j'hrr-nf"-K" t.*"imms. ......4t...+' ...,..;.,-_: ......L.. _.:...... .--,__ ,' ''I'; .-__'_v_._l' uU..i.iiini. in.iimn..,....iii i:_UIXJLii ,- I t:ir fh t *- n"llect-| !

The, and hostiss" 01'";agi was* bouiiucj us.isti. 'd! in_ _-crv- nun) mi,tr' .it )his juno' at; 101] Muh\" t 11' -'. ..._:.i! --Ii-- ._-I' -I, -: - 1 1._ !I.i ,i-I, d i :\ 'in t ''i 'i 1' '" '. '11 J.M Ii' i ii I-', Wl'r iy Rates *sk your Ji t.if tC"t frDR.IING'S :

stKt t. fnlloning .1) flk, f "- .,t'i' "
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ini" n RalniloursP( hv :Mrs t lirt. ... nmnt, lis aj!oMi . 'I ,iiI'" 'It- ,I.-, ., ""I I .. ''il"" '- : ( 'I" i ._ .it. II--- if i.-.T. i iii i-I'i iI PiJor.J. 221 [cellenl Meals I I DISCOVERY I
and Mis. I'lano The guest1who injoyed -, ,'. , 1 otili!, "I'.i .-,"I "HI I 1,1, -. 1,ll I I" III d'd l 1I I I dd'I '. ur I
: i ,i.. \\ iltli r \\.i- 1 II in II in I ':'. ',I .. I : "I" L- .c'r:4pfor) coughs/ fr; colds
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the pleasant ufti'i nooniri' ; ' 1 .., - I tI.. .i h-," "-i'-l -:''I i I i |1'd:I l I K M I ill I I i I"III,
'ohio N'aslnilU. l ('iin' <''"( 0. ml! I &&tI, "i I InK1viiniiiie Li..,.. _,' !" I i 'III % *1(4(] ."I.I III' fi.I III,.11. ,It.., I I..I I""TIn
:Mesdames Aldeimiin. HuueCfle. ( ,1. "
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Frances Hav, A ngt'( :Mk ] fm, .' i iinibi nf" .u" i .. .' . I t.i. i ii i it' I. i tilt t i i -i "I'| I
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and :Miss Amy :Iakii"p]" :as tt .1
tin' , hit Ti lit. h.i 't ,, ----- -- ,, .
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guests. ".1 lal'Jdy) f to the. pit t ti u i..: '".h",*n. .\ .. I I T I : I till' I i-I-I -I, .1-.II . It," 'I 1'..iI. t I ft I I ,pll I .It Illll'H. It SI"llltlaiil
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POUR : AM: ) TIIHEI'; : .
SECORn --l I :ll' I l\ Iti I I lH ; I I *v I"I I "Illn I I.It.Ii.T.-**t \ lllll, M. lilOi.Hliiunlily ( I The Gift ] 'I
BIRTHDAY (r.KRATION: ( : : n' i'tilat,! lug/ I lilr.nx) i i.'J.I'. > !'i Iii- ,i-i ..i I -'I: IT! . .II. :--. ".;Ill..i-,11.1,1., innki I>/ HM.Hint, fur vii a Man

_i S. S ( iimphi'ld .... III aI.- InfMjjhtythird 'In..j\ 1I.d.I 'lIi.1 I ;.I"ul.1 \ < .r ;. "I 1 I. l, III I I" I HIM' \\al..I Ijlll. I II I. \\ l"I.' lull \ Till ft' .... (4 I Ml'1,1.|, fit i,,01(
I his, ' I I'rl. l.i.iui i on. T.I i I nix, '.f tli.it ,. ltiI1c $1'I '"
IoU.IIH U.I ll""- :.Jeah! i I.r.I i'li .11 11' inn"
birthday Sunday| :it his" > l-.. I ,, " ,",,,, I 1..1\\. II'lIlMT :, .'i .
I I I in S in i M u .1 I I I"a itkini-t i
t ;vome on tin (ampin-til!, farm. .\ IIII'/I'd/ anil nniMil I.. t I'it "n !I. ..' ;' "' I .t lit, ,With Illln,, .mil f, TIt, Tiopt1 MitnpbiH '1'. iiti. :. .' Would Select Himself J II
birthday dmnoi of whole 1".II"t pig. tin Iii'oaiiMl !\\ .iv. ,111.- -. I his "'I Ii. I h..Q .IllllL 5- ; : _

I rhickenamt l\ of "."..'iihlcs. t 1.I 1.111' : '. \\ lId.l :i. \\ ..ia; iiiii.,.. M I I' "f 'J'' I. "i' .J ':. 'uiii, nn 7.-_ _2lt_" I I'llH Tn % 1)1; .

I bcrrijs, pus.' 'n.it 1", I lost."I-. h"II"I'" t ) )l'i" -t Hiipli" tliuub) \. .; 1'1..111"' "UT e. I. ,I I. ,'. : 'TI) I.,illli-. Jni. \\'Intlcii |:\< I I.l.I.NT I I I:: : t ii ''in..I. I 1",,n, w "il 1
a nn "nilii> nl I h. I.oar nl '.t a- m i .... .. ., . .
r -Hnd.Iruit salads t tuppiil, nil with ;a \ 1 1"- i ian hntlsi\ f"I""Ih..1 "i-s < 1 I.11"I II, K '--I'. i"i,,i .t. .
wot'l) Mfnl birt"j'II'lIkf"} Hri. served and i n o.vt-.l! 1 1:11': 1 li 1 niK'iip' .1. i ii,i I. .1)--i- .....1 I 1'\1-11"\ _'i j.t, ",""I I tlIIi.i', ,, I"-I' ..iiit.i \ |I'iin, |.,.. u. IA' ,ill(
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Til hp liomo li'infAtP-l; n' tli piilirosen ) I J.i. ','I i, 'u 1U\IP,,1 of .ill h* ill' li It miH, I I .' gi l\ .' in i t tin. .III 1 ii) ,'i. Ti". .ii, nudnik. I t
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gathered to c oniri, atul li iti I thihos] mil. ,I at (tut- Baptist chunh, On) I : : I I.ITTI.J I I Hi IML: p; in. "it\ nlthIS
IlcJ. A. Suttini "fli'latn2., : iflcwliitli \ ; I FvH ,-:."t.l.J-EI cll"l.hat.. ,i' 1' t Ii I uMil .IIIIH )linil'. will <"vI.jie'-> .i ittuntrv HICKOK Belts and 3uckles
partake of the ho'ijiitalitv! .of1 r. nn'\I I 1: .ITII1 ,1 1't iii'ofrr.. fM-ltOlAU,. |Jt.l.l't-t| > I I.IM.. tit '.....11. *M "GIVE
I Mrs 'U. :1.. anil \Ir*.. i intcinientas! ifin ii e at I\j-t ", , 1&tthfr :
fmnpfii were: ) :1 1 II aviiiii OIIHI' " ur,1 1 Inro w.ili (tiuvo. Tbl" pliin ii-, S S Christmas pe sure your remembrance :
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'.Ii-t and :Mi"! !>*'(.raw. )111 and ::111". J. I 11. addition to hi< widow'. :M r.Vi .. I li. mil Cut )hiiinc. I will be one that HE would
der leaves a son, John ..c.Vil"...)': i. roll! SAI.E0": n-t RJ: -"lrlc'all \\ 1: H\\l I I I: hum. e xtt.i I tin,.' "Ia\\h.'r\| !'
"hunn :\lrM. G I L. GIOKK, ClaiilieJHirdnn \, t 'Lite. 1'iactlcally new At a rt>acnnable HIMI,, tiiiiknik, I 1..11.1 'tui' saliin, !tell
.. have selected for himself.HICKOK
daughtei." :lli* Ethel, W ldei., and} .) .
( :Mrs Maltby. ( eoig' and Vera price Apply Valley Ga- I \ :"H' tin,*' I" ii.ti.'r" ". ..urlt' onlpiv >
:Miiibyrind) Messr.k.II. W. Burliest brothel, S. J. Wilder
C. E. Robinson, and Uow id HiRdon; Illinois' lull i'.H.I."t.I...t,.. pl.inlK All \ .\- 'I li-ke tin uf mlitr iu\liiit. ....urlt ntlr.||>.'. chins Irhl-I t products are
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-- Mrs. J. I!. Hifrdon' was arf! evening ilitlrn. Inn. :,11.. r.cui, 'I] 2". I tlnu 'I"I Pick '
(;()!i.IPUUFESSIOSA1.: : LT 1"\\ UK.iu tHii lnn*"\ tohaY known all
I l bc..'er of conirrutulations It}y i *2 tin. 1',n>t paid. llilMl,, $1 &iU. 1; 1 1H [ for .tin land b.'fore InM-nlin\ t to particular men
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\\ sale lant Co, Yal<1"'a. many pretty and_useful gifts. .1' Olio George golf professional, at 49-41" > SIX loom house soil larHi- ''I / I

'. ," : the Kissimmce' Golf Club, 'al'd"ed.fJllt. lot clo"' In on l>lxje Hlchwa. npy mart style and lasting

: I .' URIDGEPA1fl'YThe., homd.of Mrs.. harrDa1e-wai: } '1 1I / week .nd; will be, with the clu.b'' :!! FOR. chairs SAI.E--tal.lt.R",,eoo"d-hand rugs, etc.. furnlturi'L.. J. l>ol.llnti '-: (.ral.I<>86'line In orhntfa rop'rtj t'ef'; $4oufl In bi-aflns. Easy 4V44W I strength. Fittingly p Ired r

'far the S" SOIl. Mr. George has, a leputation.asnot ; _..! 420 Oiurclv: street. 49-ltx ternm ..
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when sheentertained the being & Port tAJ.E.4eIren moiM) }""n. I ItI HICKOK<:
"_lpon nem- room bungalow] percent? lnt, <>reiit on.l2Tinim(, t
but
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:- .jw'-: i"'Cf'haWednesdfty. Afternoon ,nil )nid) ru: cp'n\.nl..n"; c..ntrlllIy'I"CRtI'd .tini 1 tCttflNilO4 I' exchange for. .fo..j". 4 '
rwell wSl) Jiave full .. gin boxes of pleasing color .
k Bridge Club 'I' ut' country property; I : *. -4
goods; According to W. ."' Xallev.: Oaittte 'ofrtce. f7-9t '
: \; McCool I Al,Ij KINfiS .j"'oC'k. truck and /poujtrv -- .:
in the decorations and the Chrifttnlas Ji., of the} club ttte. couise'will bt<. in. FOR (",'m... spirit was manife-\ n1I1 |,|an ......ne to
plajing by '
pH t utluxtwetkand in arly new. Appl jni :Mainstre"t. | _
} "'- way. After' -eteral spmtoci 'pAmc* lie U..,:, 8Q j -if S4 US.M..1.SOV. complete assorttnent -. :
proepect cxtellingly III1.1': I ,
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'.t: a hand) enibfoldered' }JKU&t} towel' and r' __ _::4 __ __ I Itonrai tach and at No The TrfPrnuN ijazttXo. Car offlci-!tr. toc.'rts S -- i'j : youaresuretofincf "

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: B Dollar Limit Store Xiiias Sale lain F Full BlastTHE B t

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:I; THE CROWDS ARE COMING-AN OLD- DREAM REALIZED i


;1 This Sale is the talk of the country for miles :- -Girls-are- II - .

;jj kept busy answering telephone calls, letters are being written from Ii

friend to friend to close the house and meet them at the Big Sale. i

i' Folks are planning to come in by train, automobile and wagon. Let ii

nothing keep you away, be here Saturday, get one of the Turkeys. iiI:

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I!!I FREE, FREE, FREE, FREE, FREE, FREE' FREE, FREEii' | a


9:00 a. m., Saturday, to the first 50 grown men or women p

ii (not including children), entering our store we will give a ii

a ticket and two of these tickets get a Big Fat Xmas Turkey ii FOR MEN AND. BOYS

FREE. No be here 9 Sat. 16 '
.a purchase required. . just a. m., ii'
===== HANDKERCHIEFS-Initial and plain linen.
N INTERWOVEN SOCKS-in silk and lisle

t .; A WORD ABOUT QUALITY. BATH ROBES-With towels and slippers to( match.:

NECK TIES-New cut silk. designs and silk knit.
a THIS SALE INCLUDES THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THE DOLLAR LIMIT STORE IN. !
:. EVERY :DEPARTMENT: CONSISTING OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY MERCHANDISE MANHATTAN SHIRTS Whose colors are guarhteed"fast.
THAT EXPERIENCE AND MONEY"CAN. BUY. WE, HAVE NOT, BOUGHT UPBANKS .. Silk, French Flannel and Madras.
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RUPT STOCKS SECONDS NOR ODDS AND ENDS TO OFFER ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS '- TRAVELING BAGS'and-SUIT, CASES::\ :: .
a SALE, BUT. WE ARE OFFERING OUR" REGULAR STOCK INCLUDING EVERYTHING, WOOLEN. SWEA, ; ..ERS=Pull" =Q:a s:for Boy;='and: .
:'ii' NEW AND STYLISH PURCHASED FOR THE., FALL AND WINTER ADE. ii. .
Coat for :Men and Girls.
I ,a A BLUE MOON IS SAID TO BE RARE; AND LIGHTNING IS REPUTED NEVER TO Style .
:- STRIKE TWICE IN THE SAME PLACE. BY THESE TOKENS IT IS ONLY FAIR TO SAY -.
t r THAT AN EVENT LIKE THAT HAPPENS ALONG ABOUT TWICE IN ONE'S LIFE. .
a TIME-FIRST AT THE DOLLAR LIMIT STORE XMAS SALE AND THE NEXT TIME NOT i
AT ALL. FOR LADIES -
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a HANDKERCHIEFS-Fine linen, plain and hand

t' g The Hour is Set, the Date You Know, a Sale You Won't Forget | IVORY embroidered.TOILET ARTICLES beautiful assort- s


l Y41 11 : KID GLOVES-A ment to select very from.acceptable gift- in all sizes ''I

DOLLAR LIMIT STORE I
and a variety of colors. ;

HAND BAGS AND BOXES-An unusual collecf f

tion for gifts. Every style, some outfitted ,
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G. W. PERSONS CO., KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA -
. with mirrors, shopping lists and coin purses.

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ChristmasSuggestions You Bet Santa makes them a practical gift. J;
[ VISION J SILK HOSE-Plain and fancy silk stockings in all
.1 I 1 Was Here I. colors and grades. .:

night I cr pt acroM th* snow
LAST..
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t And there I w lt .
Until the ChrUtmaa radlanqi ahon
,,1 '. Stationery. .Pohlson Gallery Boxed Gifts. .
'At midnight tw.nty mnc l> cam. .
Conklin Fountain Pens and Pencils. Each whit. and .hlnln( Ilks a name, .
y, : L At midnight twenty angels _DC. 'V:
r' .: Florida Souvenirs. Alligator Goods. Th. atAre swung out Ilk). b.lis. anti rang
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; Pictures, Books, Trays. Baskets, Book Ends, Vases Th.y lifted m* ..,ro.. the htll.They .
boretn.* In their arms ntU
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i Christmas Cards and Folders. .1VM. .
A "re t r glory greeted them .
i Christmas; Gifts and Tree resslnlrs. 1C wu in* lawn or UaUilcn.nt. .

",_\A Full Line. of Toys for Girls and Boys. All And worshiping(.nUr. then that, they holy let town m. down
dome and let 'ABA **nuy in lby b d
in us suuVv Holiday n 'm.n
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F u r.: Goods: Prices Right. 1 1t My head to.. wor.hlp and.'to prala.' .t. I
And gently thin the Christ imUd down t
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f Wenner:; Sawyer Co.. .OIof1a4'It waa'ao:-clory tn.thl.boautlful.for chrlsteMl4'wtgw a:;child'touch .ltt..... ...*,. ". :,, ISSIMMEE. : :-:' .,, : : 4
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; : ;? i;110 beaatltul.'It d_.'lot s.p 'I 1, '" -',..,. ;;, ".. "'.1'..'.. -\ i-- ..,,.,..FL'ORIDA'r
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right on. If you haven't attended this ,SALE you owe it to

VALUES at such LOW PRICES. This week we re-
and look the wonderful
yourself to hurry down over many
and DRY GOODS
ceived another large shipment of merchandise such as, SHOES, TOYS, HANDKERCHIEFS

ask is that inspect the goods and prices of what we have on
which we have included in this SALE. All we you
values right at the time when you have lots of
real saving
sale and you will see that we are offering some money V

merchandise to buy---



3,000 yards of Ginghams, 40 inch Unbleached Muslin, Percales worth about 20 cents a yard on SALE at 10 cents

per yard. 10 yards to each customer.FREE .
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Under Shirts and One lot Men's Dress Shirts, on sale
Knit
worth One lot Women's Under Vests: ]regular {:- Men's J
ACarpet Sweeper, . Ira\versorth 50c each ; on sale Saturday, at, each . . . . . . ..50clIen' '
( $3.50$6.00, to worth each customer at this sale.buying as muchas .. :1'oc! value, on_sale.. at, each.. Hk( .Saturday ; each ... . . . . . . 25c Leatherjer'k..Gloves.;; . .T:e up11EN'SCAI a

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-' HANDKERCHIEFSWomen's Baby; Blankets, this sale, pair. .39c up
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One lot Check Gingham Bungalow 8
I Aprons, on sale at, each . . . 39c pretty HandkerchiefsM.. TOYS 35c, $1.00, and up to $2.25.;
. . . .oc, lOc, 15c, 19c!! 25c; and up
One lot _5c Handkerchiefs. . . . 19c
Palm Olive Shampoo, worth 50c, + DOLL CARTS FLORSHEIM SHOES .
This Sale . . . . . . . . . -. .35c: One lot 157c Handkerchiefs. . . . 15c CAP PISTOLS' AT SALE PRICES111EN'S -
One. Jot 15c Handkerchiefs. L . lOc . : BALLS
'' '. Real Values in Blankets .and Comforts. nice selections in Boles. .' " '.':., ..' .. "
Also same .., ., ', .. ..\ : DTARBI.ES.\ / ,
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,.,.Men's\ .Plain.White' ... Handkerchiefs. ",,:"|.,,\,7": B" 0"O'I'\;\."\ ..".. .".";<<;. .1.t...:>, c',. 10c/15c/25c;' W'l') wmIf',; :, !\.JrIf.L..r"\." ,. HATS '.','';:.*; "<:
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Bed Room Slippers for Men and Women : ;.''.'; . :. .: . . . .ae,.10':21"0;; c $2.00 to $8.00
with colored TEA SETS, EACH. . . . . : . tOe .
that will please. Men's Handkerchiefs, A Complete Line at This StOl'e.lIen'g
hllJ'dt'I', :< . . . . . . .23c and :35eSee CLL\IBl MONKEYS: ); . . 25c
Visit our Shoe Department .for good i our+ Initial Handkerchiefs DRUMS) . .
. -- and( Boys' Belts. ;J5c;) to SI.00
- -Shoes- at reasonable prices. --- JAcl) STRA\VS

HOSIERYWomen's
- A nice selection of Parasols at prices MEN'S] TIES Men's Suspenders, pair-
that are lower. Hose, in Cotton, pair . . . 25c;) :35c; lOc, 5c; () and (ie;
. . . . . . . . . 19c and 2 kVomel1' We J have in stock a pretty selection of
Lisle Hose, made by Buster Ties for Xmas Gifts. They are theKnit
Visit this Store and\ see the many Bar- \ :-; l'len'DrC'"s!" Trousers at in
gains. Brown Hosiery( i Mills\ ;, pair) .I l.n-:> I and Silk GOO H. : a.saving
Women's Silk Hose, Buster Brown, Holiday Sale Prices prices.Men's ,
Suits sale... . $16.00 to $29.50 pair i . . . . . . . . . . . . .98c I
Men's on. and Ties . . . . . . .
$1.00 $1.25 89c
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Other Styles . . . . . .SI.35: to S2.25:> Lisle Hose, pair .35c
offer 80 pairs of Worn- Men's 75c thread Silk Hose, 79c Ties for . . . . . . . . . . .65c :3 pair for. . . . . . .:: . . . $1.00
ens Saturday Hose,we regular 25c value, at, pair . .pure. . . . . . . . . . . 59c 7oc Ties for' . . . . . . . . . .65c :

pair .', . . . . . . . . . . . . jOe Childrens' Hose . : . . . .'. .19c up Men's Supporters 15c, 25c, 30c, 35c, 45c Men'sV.ork. Sox, pair . . . . . lOc
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7,000 more Christmas and New Years cards left for you to choose from. Our price for these pretty cards worth

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"Hunt I can guess how" marled .H OOOO'O O.OOo.O'OO 0 000"0'0 00..0..00.00..0. ..

't'he the prisoner "The boodle Is going to
; : ud lt be divided.' What will be my' share tI

WHAT'S WRONG HERE ? can't understand-how you got trackof
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It." JE\yJj4tY

ht sima3--5 "'Nowt,.i tIle first' thing U to pronounce
sentence," said the Blow-
judge rising
Let's Read and, See!! Sense cn'e/ ,ly and putting on his Judicial face "
"After that vie con talk. !
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He stood looking down at the prisoner Ji _
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"For the crimes of which you stand
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", ., sr n" convicted, John Unttey, I sentence you
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,, XMAS "
F. H. Sweet to In
). twenty years our state penitentiary. .
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. . lie paused, anil the prisoner collapsed
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in a ludicrous heap, his eyes
) judge leuncd forward a bulging. .
'Cts1N1 little; his face, which had 1 1t
"Tw-twenty sears. ," he stuttered.
been growing/ more severe i
"I-I thought-
through the trial now very
"But, In flew of certain things! In
stern.
my mind," the judge went on, calmly
"llo\e to
you anything any
"I will suspend this sentence Indefinitely
why I should not pt'noUlll'elIenl'neetbt
the length depending wholly on
> severest under.
yourself If violate fall to meetIn
you or
the law'? he shot out.
any particular {the terms I am aboutto e7-b<
The prisoner moUtQned his lips
propose the sentence will Immediately '
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school\
"You and I went! to tog.th.r.'ud
Into .effect and there will be
!go
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he reminded, wenkly.The "
oo later mitigation. Now, I ,
pronounce
judge's face did not relax: lie ,
r.n waited as a provisional sentence, that you expend -
$1,000 of the In
money doing
"And we-we- The man quailed
Christmas work the coming week, commencing -
under the eye fixed: upon hln.and,
did not end therseutenee. tomorrow. There are hundreds ss. day
of ways of doing (his, but, as
"You were about to say, loved the
you are new to the business. I might
name girl, the judge finished. "You
t2 suggest going through department and r .
won her, and she died under your '
other stores and studying the Christmas
neglect: and abuse. I think you started a
shoppers. There will be many
to oay something without due
with anxious faces, counting the few
thought. But we will let that pans/ ,
dimes or dollars they have to spend.
and! the school. You lire up for this
Get In tocb1th the clerks so that,
crime now, and we will judge you t>y
Good old Santa Claus does no t know how to spell"Electrically"that It alone, uninfluenced. Have you anything by a nod or look, you can make them / I
understand they are to cut price In -
/ to say, beyond your lawyer'spl.a7" -- -- -
is what is wrong, but you will half, or put In extra: goods, and you

notice that he knew what to select to HER "No," sullenly meet the difference Let the children
please burning through the stores, with

most. "You hare through defrauded the mall women, changing andchildren have eager,no hungry money,eyes select, who something appear and(to [ SELECT[[ CHRISTMAS GOODS HERE[) .

Electricity is a convenience-to be used. The day you whose par faces for It.are Do pressed the same against for those the ;

is long past when argument has to be advanced why windows outside. Talk with marketmen

electrical housekeeping accessories should be in every and have them send turkeys tohomes
that can't afford oneIt

home. One reason alone-for mother's comfortis doesn't matter whether the father ormother To describe the goods we carry would be a heavy
may be unworthy. It Is

enough. Christmas, and a taste of turkey and task and would occupy much space. They can onlybe
cranberry sauce mould\ not hurt tbem
Toasters . . .. . $600: Waffle Irons. . . $12.60 And, besides there are the children! in part enumerated-but to-appreciate' the beau-

Percolators . . . $8.00 Vacuum Cleaners! $55.00: You taut Hud wars enough and each '
one you meet will open others.. t.ty and excellence a visit to our store is necessary.

Irons . . . . . $5.00 Table Lamps . $2.00 up "And after this week, Jack' you willexpend
iM.OOO each month In such :tVe are showing a variety of .

Grills . . . . $1.95..lIp. Radiator Heaters $5.00(} work, until the whole U! gone.' It will

4 take you neatly four )'..nNl. We will
Electric Curlers . $3.50 r allow you f'M:.! from It each wet"k'tor i

your personal nl'l'IllI-no more. The ; FINE HOWARD AND ELGIN WATCHES

very lust $5OO( -the dirty $:-.00 left by
ELECTRIC your uncle nnd which may have started '(
DIXIE SHOP
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you Into that way of money getting
"Hav. You Anything to Say?" you will give to some. poor worn And wrist Watches Elegant in Design and. Finish.

: sour nunte and going from" |l'olitolllef"I to an lu memory of >our'",1(1". Bcx-nuse
10 Darlington Avenue Phone 68 poKtoftic-e. So It has been iinpoHslhlr\ It Is hud money It should expiate Itself *: We are showing some charming Jf

I to locale the *lctlm. You could not In good work"
E. VERNON PORTER do I It( yxxiiself.. I SUI'po' "." The prisoner had been straightening I

W t He look of' lil i gla with |Ids|. handkerchief, plated the eye*. f

handkerchief in hiM pocket and the -"Suppose! I don't do It to the letter
KlnsMCH' on his no...... Then, he looked Judge?" he queried "Suppose I save :z:

..tt-.... .... --""' ., ".- ., --tt-... -,,...- ., ,/l/v., Hut he was completely changed Thescieilly too much to auk me to give up every
') ( was gone from his face. There cent. How could I live afterwards?" t
at.
was H twinkle In his eyes The jtidi "There Is the suspended twenty
cial 'ol'p wax laid aside. There were years' sentence Jack,". significantly :t.!: A 'VARIETY OF DIAMOND RINGS, AND BAR PJNS

those who critic Ued some of the( "if you deviate a hair's breadth from
Judge's judgment. They were not or this work the sentence will be en- :

U(' tlJWh 1 thodox. They took no account of prec forced. It would take the rest of your .In CUT GLASS and HAND-PAINTED CHINA we "
1'" cdonts. They Ignored lilackstoixe. life, and the money Is not worth a .
I N '. .; ."Jack," he wild; "I' belleie I slifil thought In comparison Besides!, you 3', are showing some pretty designs. .' ;u>i -' ':';
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.. hove lo help you: (I' must be purged of the money for your 4' '
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f ,t '" "W'ha-what-let me go :you mean, own good. As to not.knoIng, we shall ; Gold ;:t I
Tom?" stammered the prisoner!' look.. keep close watch of all your money.If Broaches, Rings, Belt Buckles. l Knives,'

A big- (In/oil you draw more or take more than : Chains Fountain Pens and 1 Pencils-Form Gifts
"":\". Indeed" lunched the judge\: the sum nllnwcit eagle month the .
May the day be as merry and brightto 'Hint t wouldn't, help you' n Mt Jack original/ sememe will go Into ,' .tV and i '
not
you :qs it is.i ? to us, and( may the New I \\11"* Ju-t thinking; of the time ill :;: Pretty Expensive. .
arhsl. whenoii Hole\ Bill Roll'-. -
Year bring to you joy, sunshine and nun.hlrs.. Aonsed.. of it. you ,;)raw .sal( /1 h :;: A line of Mesh-Bags, just received, will please the i

prosperity. .*? I KM 1 mid, nliiislM. icnd\ In light Hit I -
I whole -, hunk. Then Itlllt Bob, remote .:: c've. They are delightfully attractive.A t

lieiiil IIMIS near: (Clirlstiniis' and, 'In &
I .told MIII it WHS. ,nil l'lh' IIh,+ul 1 th'l I Sheffiel Silver.s
nice line of Stel'1ingand i
I marl Irv, nMIII. \\.uilil (have.. wa. then, .. II :
II finiii him nn\ nand furred] u \iholhiindf < I
) ,, 'II mOI'i., Into... our' INK Kct, mi' :s A fine assortment of Ivory Goods. A choice line of I

I In-Nti) I un tuUlug, MIII OM'i 1' to hi> I .
WHIMfoi' 'the,, C'lu'IMIIIHI' dluiu I lilIj v ]Leather Goods. ;
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I "\\ "II. It. I rhrMniis, ,. time mmJin :_: These are but a few of the many attractive goods
K-(inh .tlnee days ,iiheml, And 1

k At H I wns .In-i I thinking what 11 good' 11111| r: noon display, and the careful buyer will place ory
yon wire for ii whole ear aflei till 1
Him Ilohs, I'pi"\t'-lill\ MUM' fnthei hers at the earliest moment to avoid any disappointment I

I Ii got' BIIRH, .ind lienf yon'tip. ( : at a later date. We feel sure that in every case J.J.I
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"I'I'.IIYItlUl'h life jyii \t hail .Turk /1
I ns IIilttIJttg.I / (!:011.1 1 fui'-nothing' i(,II ........ -' t ,". _:i i'e: can satisfy each prospective buyer, and we shall ;t.

YOUR SERVICE I I kind her'1 ,of anil, ,rooked hlaitiin I<<'lIdrill1"h..11 mother/ mud 1''PI'I yoi;I I I Led Hem to the Door. I,. :_: be pleased, even if you are not intending to make *

wile. a liaiidsoine boy, it n'exooedingl: !* I extend the cleinencoiilj( a month it *: purchase, to have you come in and inspect our fine !
liainKoine Mumg mutt which In then n time: At the I end of eiuh tumuli ,run
I orvt kind, of handicap one can start must hrlng me a. )report of \'cniroiU, t stock., We know that if you do this you will tell 0)0

At. out with And then to cap the whole, n record! in detail, and I will extend\ :,: your many friends of the excellence of our stock and ;
thing HII mule left you $:.VH( () of bndl\ the clemency another month If you
tainted money That sort of (lied'you full to appear! or send a satisfactory' :: t the medium prices at which we are selling'-:and this

Into a nit for It riveted join energiesInto reason why, an ofticer will he otter
f:: will help us and help Kissimmee. ,
Linking more In the same way you within tnenty-foiir hours It ID.

ALL TIMES Not. innnv Billy Hobs have broken the best wny I cnn/ I think of helping ','
through the even teuor of ycuir life, you, Jack, a Billy Bobs way, with the
Jack" thirty gears' hardening that must he 'z'I

"\Vhnt Are you driving nt, Tom?" broken through. I have faith that f

growled the prisoner, "Are you acting four years of such philanthropic work PRICES
THE SPECIAL
like Billy Bobs, or Jllllt stringing me?" will not be without result After "tfie" ;

At "Billy Bobs, bitt with a thought to money Is all gone, every dollar, (come' t. IN OUR DISPLAY WINDOWS
the t thirty years Intervening between to me and I will give you steady employment -
Jack the boy 'and Jack the man Let at a living salary. You mod f THROUGH ALL NEXT WEEK

me "see' you lime gathered together:, by to be exceptionally good nt figures In {-.
devious \\ U's. about $50,000": school, and had a quick mind. All you :

"N-no Tom, jou're crazy!" ejaculated need Is to !pet the, mind to working {T

( the prisoner. In a startled *"oke. along In a straight line Jack Now

"I Inuen't u thing except: ma>be a you may KO and draw the first"$ItXtO( i We Wish You All The Compliments of The Season
thousand. or two from-this last Job.' to he ready to commence work. .
E IDEAL The Judge \looked at a slip of paper He nodded to an officer who led the

= "Fifty thousand four hundred and scowlinghalfdazed prisoner to the ; ,
twentfle thousand dollars," he read door'of:' the courtroojm and to anotherfor : .

"and It's pretty close to tile exact fig the next case to be brought In. i .
ures' Jack. Maybe you've got some W. E. SANDERSON CO.

t small change In your pockets that wai Bulbs at Holiday Tim. "
\ \ Grocery and Delicatessen overlooked.
And
we know In just If for bread you bay. no dol.
what banks roost of the money Is deposited Buy hyacinth and fd the soul. JEWELERS AND OPTOMETRISTS .
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4 and under what names; and So sings the ancient poet. The flv
116 Broadway where the rest of It U bidden. We'vi modern version 1s a tiny bowl of -'.
Pi' Phone 298 I
t bad yon under close surveillance tot bulbs, growing ODMI which will bloom 26 Broadway Kissimmee.

some time. Jack And lucky for you fit holiday time. or unrooted bulbs - -- i k
{ for It shows me how I. can be ot rw neatly tied In fray sad. bin receptacle .

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i'.1 < I i The Christmas Shopper f/ .

AND'TIIE PLEASURE
GIVING -
: ONLY 10 DA YS MOREUNTIL THE 'JOY OF .,

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"' I OF RECEIVING, 'IS

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CHRISTMASAnd .,
: GREATER WHEN YOUR HOLIDAY

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you arc wondering what 'would be thte' most .GIFT; o' COMBINES REMEMBRANCE \

practical gift to make. Let us' help you decide, by I ,

mentioning a few items here which can be found'at + $ I UTILITY AND


i' A. S. GILBER T'S o ova' ' i r t SERVICE. .' .


45 MAIN STREET
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FOR MEN AND BOYS ; I If
1\\ FOR THE LADIES

Sweaters, from I Sweaters' from a t

$3.50 to $5.50
I $3.00 to $6.00 ,

Dress Pants, good aY1tF

'I'/' Scarfs, from ones . $..t.50'to $6.00

j' $' .50 to $5.50 J JI

Hats, and Caps

75c to $4.00
Scarfs and 'Hat to

' -.i.i 1 . . Match$3.00 to $3.50 Silk] Shirts, Extra

: Quality .' $1.50

,.1 Humming Bird Silk
I Madras Shirts .
Hose. .$1.50 to $2.00( () .
$1.25 to $3.00

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I Latest Styles in Up-To'Date Line

Shoes. $.1.50 to $6.50 Ties .50c to $1.00 YOU


1 C:: s from CAIAKE: NO SOCIAL
Felt Bed Room 81iI
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. . $2.00 to $6.50
I 1 pens , . . . $1.25: ERROR BY:: SELECTING YOUR


I Fancy Box Paper FOR THE CHILDRENFire CHRISTMAS: GIFT FROM OUR STORE.
,

,50c to $3.00: Works, Toys, r N t,

I Shoes, Socks and Stockings t 4 Kfir n

Towels, each, 15c to 75 c -and a lot of other h II .

Wool Blankets things to make them '..I"L.! ......,., 1

I $3.50 to $;).;)0 happy.



Come and let us show you our line. Thanking you .

for your patronage and wishing you a Merry Xmas I .. . . . .-. . . . .. ..\'J.-. .. I R. G. MINICK
.
.',._._..._. ._..._._._. ._._. ._._.. .. ._._.. eals go rltclit HliPHd It begun bark
and a Happy New Year. I in tlif IH>'" of I the catacombs when I

.. the crt't'k; ,letter "X1 was used to designate -
.
r The Word "Xm ;:: I the word l Christ It being the Initial I
::: as '
Stora
r. letter In the Greek spelling of TTte G'1a
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A.S.Gilbert I
4 the nil me.
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'THHK use of "Xnuit. to denote Clirlstuui Came more und more. I><>tiulnr In E be-I PHONE No. :3 F''
*- !'. refuse' lo die out although! land years afterward when spellingwas J Jlee
.15 MAIN STREET PHONE 35; CTV FI""rt of iitt.uk: tins been made not tho strong point of the aver ) ,

upon It. =Nnlspupers, church soclitlc age citizen and "Xmns" was much
II I Ii 1ou,1, cllcraonurlt" ndnin> It, but easier to remember than. the word! d j
I tlv I uniliors iif <""hrli-tin cards and more letter I / __ _

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TASK OF SHOPPER i : : I

Ii ::: BelievingIn : i Ii II [The Legend of COOKIE ST. NICKS ,

,I
::: Santa : Christmas
Forethought Necessary in Select. ,.
I ing Toys for Kiddies. .:.:.:...:.:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:._.:.:.w ,I Dainties for Netherlands.Little the Kiddies. of the

T IIl. sons and daughters of men are (e,>. 1533 WMttra H..per Ualoa.)
t of two t'lnSI'I1-lIot the rich or the
.
Artlof That Lead to Constructive: THEY., that .. tkat. fiat
not the the old, not
poor young or Shoe Are Set Outside ef
.
1 Play Urged by PrimaryIlchoel' Christmas Night, '
/liberals or conservatives, nor even . 3. J. illn. wa th* raJiaac, el! ,Each Door to Hold the Goodie
. J : Teacher: Aristotelians/ o'r Platonist, but those , 1''" i' Ik. light ." andthe, Gift..
k '. 'q ... .. : ( ,
who be'lle. >'9-In (Santa. Claus and" those ,, ..'\jf.i): _J&Ask, " nat turn mat moo a ad Ian 1**...*! -
.,tr un.D. je: art of toy selection, in who. cjllvt.,., ." j !I. .1.. shy IN SBTTLRMKNTS where the holl-.
anticipation of '. the Christina Aad danced in .
and cctaty.Tk days -re affected! by the custom of
first more
Children( of the .
recently dls/uissecl lo arf .... .. ,
reason, was u silly .p I. icainparins in the Netherlands It In not ut 0'lirlntniai
; Klonoiis lumpyllenee they grow ;
I
t" I' primary teacher of the IndianupollH. li.-me" thej' burst with life. They believe dismay time, hut on Saint Nicholas I>ay-
Yai tiiir
Normal school before of S. B. AULTMANHe tayd foolish Baaing,
u group s.I|
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( and MIac\ fulth that goodoims thy I ITo ICy Q-tjial the+ ('hlltlr have tltf'lrolll."t
j J parents and teachers.The < ," rlilliiK out of the air with knl ia say adoration. / and inTprayar, ) 'holiday.. No Hc< ,,'kings are
leading thought of the IertareHwas
: the need of choosing: phi.MMn I :H iii'lIlll1l1 bells. nnd prniKlnf? reindeer, And, pace was *.vrjrwhar. | hung, but little shoes are ret outwldo
J its p1)"; k crammed. with! gifts, Its round carts door for goodies and for gifts.
l that will lead the child, to dramatic
I mill Minims coaelinuin, I.r'ulhlnI'I'IH", / Knows Tli crooked. lump stood straight, 1 The IIIOM Important gift In the !Imam',
of Its Inv
constructive
or piny own eII
oUiinnnd beerltiess. and! hastening/ Ih. Ugand lalU, | of the Kool Saint SJo-k, himself. II If
and the avoldlmce of
tion conversely
to Inlllll stay wish that Is dreamed I And held forth Uafy arms| and tiny generally hung.: to the" door kncrti.
playthings that are perfect, or total .on' touted, pillow| Alusl I when douMII I belU, It IN no plaster, motel! or muffed.
In the sense Ihut they). speak|> to thechild's .nvy PK In, when, I the eyes and ears of I Wa*, starry klonomi, frmmad lk. II.. I Iing doll affair-this Saint Nl< holas-but
admiration only, ami l surest: : .
II.e.pint. no longer !see or hour and .re.n.No a very lurgu cookie dough representation
1 to It nothing that means nitlon or effort witharad thing ...
g d<'iniirid, cornel'.. for physical, \ evidencethen I II. Th. lion was a* a sweet brown molasses" null: tire.tCoale1) .
on Its own part. and the lamb watchad aid
nil the high faculties wither and aide moulds used to stamp out
by ,
The toy shopper ax his leak was
treated by the teacher has more ado + |I'iutin II)', | Sharing th. wondara of that CLri.t'l I! these special and glorified gingerbread -
than to collect at rundo > and The, wally of the prison house tend I madid, i iTha l men are wed I !but> once! A year,
take home In triumph a truck loud of I to close around the growing child, lie I I. air was rick with p.rfum., .wt ,', and the bakers take great pride lu
h baubles. I recllts the.Hliimler thai there Is no r with .0.... | making them as elaborate anil'real{ -
Th. cock crowd all istic as possible;. Hows of huzel nutsoften
"The thought used to tie," she said, i Santa Clans. Poison enters Into him night long
"that a child's play ought to be or- and he degenerates! : Into an animal that 1 I -- ,- i button up the great coat, and
dered with a view to It*. preparation. merely touches or tastes. Thrice j And **lal ry.,Christmas E.., >o run tka ; sometimes a horcjer of trimming I Is
irls blessed are they who are able to keep : j I set ruuud the coat with rnlslns.
.for Its adult life. ( of old. were IB field and. fend,
taught to sew, to make fine stitches an Imagination green and lusty and .. ., mountain-top and. ';I ITn The Saint Nicks are eaten but, generally -

such as they could put to practical l to subdue or drive away all forces that '! 101...... falrl. guard that .v.. I| not until the very last. There
use when they grew up. Now we feel would throttle it. The rites of ChristI| all I are other Holland cookies quite an
to
that the eye strain and the! nervous mall, after all, are mainly for the old '! ChristmasGreetings No ..iJ may kafall. necessary for the gift shoe of a well-

focus required by such a task are un folks, their observance representing | TIa." say bat ....1.. hover. all lk. treated baby. Letters and lace cookies -
desirable. Arid the tendency Is to I the Instinct to keep alive the. divine night, are the most Important. Letters\
make play satisfying to the child' spark of youth. A little one that no I CI... to the ll.tanin* earth, and. might be described as a sort of rich
#. want In its child life-to teach It to longer petitions good St. Nick Is a sad w.... Ik. light pastry tubing filled with the richest
make itself at home and happy In the spectacle; even sadder Is the man or I I Of Ckri.tma. .or.i.. k.rald. Ik. possible fruit and nut mixture which

here and .now-and to trust to that woman to ",born ,his myth has lost Its ... Tb.y glad fld Day k.lr, nearlyalways, In the good old da,.*.
savor. To such when the sun goes wings and pray. was flavored with n generous dash of

it.elf down and the west fades the heavensfill V.. ..,., saw lk... woad.r. brandy. This tubing Is shaped into
of Its experience with no shining stars. .or II ? N.. th. form of capital letters and every

Blocks, tools lumber paper and The period through which mankind Only Ik. p.r. and ckiUlik.. d... child expect. to find at least the !Initial
pencils and crayons, cloth and the raw has passed has been marked by a cry ray. of his given name In the shoe.
)
t J materials of every art and craft are duel between those who hope and i T-. tiny f.irUa flitting i. lb.. grass, More, fortunate children get their entire -
the Ideal stuff for the Ideal play as It I those who df'palr-bl'tween those who A"J speak Ib.m a. IL., set of Initials, and pampered darlings
U discerned In the light of the. later believe In Santa Claus and those who To Our Many Friends and Cus- C.tlll.... of ..U., tnm ,,..d7j ..n.vy get their whole names.
;-<. studies of the child mind a. explained fro_ The lace cookies
do not. Let us rejoice that the quivering seem to serve asa
by tile speaker. She Illustrated tomersWe wish each Ok! T.ry Ilk. Ik. Ckri.t.Cbild ... substitute
4' point balance Is now definitely Inclining and ev- you ..., for candy In the regular

after point by actual toy and play to the better side. Be young, be T. ....r n ......... a..1 wb.. ka and standard Dutch baby' Saint
materials. I forever young-never has the old text eryone a Happy Christmas and .a.... n Nicholas shoe. They are really not
r Doll that will come up smiling been more vindicated than In these Or '_I .... brash ., cookie at all, but rather a nut but
? after a head-foremost fall to the aide- I days. Prosperous' New Year. -Vllda S........ Ow..s wings a. N.w Ytrl terscotch pattle made very thin and
walk from the upper flat are to be I TI.M. transparent. This transparency !la
with and
Unclogged prudence limping -
preferred, for several reasons, to the : with shouting the thing that gives them their naDl.Iat"e .
no rheumatism youth -
r'r't t kind that crack at a tall of the temperature I I cookie.
to "Would live forever Almond Cak .
the laggards, you *
teacher believes, la
I common with many fond father. The.doctrtA I ?" plunged forward through four Cream tt cup butter, add gradually The First Christmas Card
f 1 that play 1* the work' of terrible ,years furnishing new reason H cup sugar beating constantly. Add Christmas card printed for sale
iF. < tlldb* d. the ef for respecting humanity. Then cam 4 egg yolk beaten until thick .
L ,;: vocation llttlpeopl and lam Were first struck off' In 1847. The
I.: 'wkten will :the car And yellow leaf of the tay-. on-colored, H cup milk '
front tbey turn later, to other vocation, BO moo 1m. ;at-home They sought t* torn off the KISSIMMEE ,WHOLESALE'' GROCERY GO. mixed and sifted with 2 teaspoonfnU old. Today, million are used. .
tfrtan.t .! /fcontains of faith. But happily their baklnr powder. Beat -
In t .
; 1I'"J'tJIIJIr'; { thvplay M> "11'" i I' i i OI. '< t .J oi thoroughly, all-
a .... Ia Itt Urn, pervaded the 01*. 'II'IP" oBlnT and tbfweet! waters MMEE'IARIDAI 'lite email paper case two-tbtrd* foil Putttn,'C'rtalna en Red. .
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4>>1II'Mo.-.4: gun to It. fommlnf Q a flow again. Whether your youngster KIS .f mixture. Sprinkle wlh shredded! When putting curtain on rod put i.

'. ttf-aa eoaMqvenc* that *ra.Bet Bang* up atocktngs.oe' not, don't-year- almonds and powd.red sugar, taker I* year thimble over the end of rod antt 1>
; .t os -&la. listener self Mr. or Isra. -Grown-up; to** your, tooderat even until delicately will hav DO trouble with enrUloJUI "l
awn .slatJtYN*w York 'I'rt..._ o l. browned. C. :!
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F I : Peace on the : 'I I

INDEPENDENT tories About Santa Claus INDEPENDENT
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GROCERY I (m. 1II. W. lrn N.....aper Unloa,) I 0 ililWUlIUU 1II IIUIIIIUUIUIlIlIUIIIIIlItIIIIIIIIWlIIIIIIJIIJBIIIIIIIIIIII. . u_ . .t. I .ll. . .. B. .
Christmas bells were making GROCERY
I TUB glad announcement again, ;rI Yi Leak Ahead and Save for Month'
but Toby Fowler was not In sympathy Provide Pleasure and Happiness'
I with them. "Peace on earth I" said for Kiddles. ,I''
COMPANY I, he, "What pence, have ,I on 'earth' ,-
It wasn't that his worldly affair troU know what Christmas Is, COMPANYI
I troubled him, but a man may nave I 1 Eugene Wood in the
I a good job and a sum In the savings a In a manner of speaking] It is a I
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bank and jet find no peace In his I 4 t -f i Sunday. Six days of the \\'
t house, _pnfl Ut.It', \}'''.'' ,qmt! dimmed! the Ideal set before you Is to ..
Mr. Kowler's holiday hennon anti mnrto I t the alarm cloit wuke you;; to --0
Its glnducHS/ clash In his ears, there I c ,:-' 'r #c down jour bivakfust before( you
was no |M'iice upon his' lu'iU'tli. I I thoroughly' loused; to rush "to the
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And, an u troubled, homo IS like a t a 1 and get your| overalls, on before
rolled, spring, or a splinter. In the ; I "hlxtle eels done blowing or to
hand, Rending on Its turbid ,itlsturt- .' docked tin limits time; to work
once or Its pain, so there was IK pome u nailer till noon when you look
In hilt world upon his enrtli I I j 4j J jour diuuei'-pull to see what the f
The bliiine seemed to point to" Mr*, If II'f lady bus put up there for you, ) <
Fouler, ns though the dlfll\;lit;_I wuiui )o'ur coffee on the steUJDI> ;
be In her dlspoHlllon or her' lnillnpnfil-' l to begrudge the time for that
tlon. There Is n natural clls' <'ontent I, eon ; to lick Into jour work; again
We have Raisins, seed- that nothing can cure, a fault-finding I blx o'clock with the foreman'
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ambition that nothing con satisfy, aningratitude II I log up and down, watching that As i sual, go to the In-
thnt never Is thankful, a I don't take too many drinks of ;
less large and sejeded.
nagging nature that Is never pleased or get a chip In your eye too often,
and his wife appeared' to be iKitmessed II I gas too much with the man next )' ; dependent Grocery
:Also dates and nuts of of all these in the estimation of Tohla!I to get home so tired that you

But the root of the trouble lay asleep reading the newspaper good things to eat.Don't .
all kinds. Cranberries deeper than the man's understand tdlf ae supper-the same thing over again .f'I
ing of It. It was a lonely house. It eJ J{ ** morrow and the next day and the
and fruits. .Xmas Can- wasa silent house It was an orderly day and the next day, all 'your forget to use
house. There was no child In It. long. That's busIness.
And, as many discoveries. and I But Christmas comes along.. Dainty Flour for your
dy. cures have been accidental, so Mr. tell your little ones that awful
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Fowler blundered upon the remedyfor per about Santa Claus and his
Strawberries on sale his troubles rather than devised I I deer, and they, to whom you are Xmas Cak?s. It is the
It. For It was for his own comfort I I pattern of truthfulness stand and
during Christmas week rather: than with the hope of stillingthe ten to you with their jaws best.,
home tempests that he brought A MESSAGE loose and their eyes'looklng like
In a lovely little boy on Christmasday boiled eggs, with the shells off.
and announced that he had adopted the older ones aid and abet you In
him. deceit and help the little ones
He had been too uncertain of approval pose' their sprawling. letter to
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in the master to have any Santa asking for dolls and skates,
conference about It first at home, cboo-choo cars and all such .
but, after her first expressions of surprise gancea, when you ought to be ,
.' his wife did not leave him lobg LUKONE TAILORING COMPANYTen up your money against a rainy e
j I In doubt, for the child found a place And you skimp yourself of
In her arms as one who belonged food to buy these follies and sit
there. Not only to him Mr. Fowler felt, al"hts'asUnlf your* strength for
but to them a child had been given.. next day (which really doesn't
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'it Is amazing: what solutions of per cent off on all Made-To-Measure Suits dur- to you since your boss buys It .
trouble a little child can bring, what pays for It), and when 11 '
response meets Its dependent claims ing Holidays. Come in and have your measureI Christmas eve, comes and you '
.INDEPENDENTGROCERY upon love, what joy ministers to Its I down from the chair, having bung
development what peace II felt even taken NOW.KISSIHHEE. I the last gilt bell or glass peacock, INDEPENDENTs
amid Irs clamors for our self-forget- are so tuckered,you can hardly .
fulness I "With a nappy atlsf.ctlon', But you turn out the gas and Ugbt
In the midst of all Its sew.cares peace ", .f : can-He to see how pretty It'all ook GROCERYCOMPANY ,.
bad come to'Mr.:.Fowler's. beArth and and your wife-,.as: ",WOD' she l
.454:,{ ..... t, .bin earth... .. . If : tickled: at this I And won't he
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for Joy when he see that!1"- and,,'
;. eanta* Claus Pram Dutch. put your arm around hero; ''64 ;
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THE CASINO ENTERPRISES ,- Tell Us About Dem ReindeersUlimilllimmilimmillllimilllllllllllll"1 SHOP EARLY

..Picking up the first thing at the last minute is not,
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SPEND YOUR CHRISTMAS! WITH US .
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Ice Cream 'Conea-- 6c the Ctest Grades of 'CSj>are, C.t& eMew. '::j

1 Ice Cream, pint __u______ _25c- Chewing Gum, ., The Ladies'

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1\\ THE SAVING SHOPBecause 1A CHRISTMAS 1 1I HOW DOES a..1eI. i I ii

'i SANTA GET BFndcrick W I DEPARTMENT STORE
I SUGGESTION wrtfc"I'nlon
our store is small)) the rent is ]low. Because: : = HIS MAIL ?

the rent is )low the "overhead" is low ; consequentlywe 1 Q By ELEANOR E. KING Q1Jln1I1Bm11n111111111111111111111111111111111= "<1 122 W..n Newpa. ) 119 Broadway Kissimmec, Florida

are in a position to supply Groceries-at_better .'," 1922 Vfeflis New.i.ai *r Union ) ILL bet old Santa Claus In It ..tln' Itl-I -0- 0" 0 OH 000" H--o- *4- -*"0"fr *
rates than the usual places. 'Groceries"-the real l \\0 lea liy the ton
In1
T young K'll' acre ftninling from Uo)'s an' jjlrl that's 'frald hew .
little Grocery Store, where }prices are trimmed to fr"iiil <.if one> ,.T the counters In'' Ill forget. _
a Inrpfo f-artinciii nturc They were don! I ere how lie take the I, tini to I

fit the purse. Will yuu try: us?! well lri.-<'-il I laud gave: the ..pp.'nrolu'e i i i i I Tlft'open.. Iota ery o'0)one-'. he hasn't nnlined

I WE DELIVER YOUR ORDERS of coin ti,K from) wi'iiltliy, ipfinrt] hniiwi. : jet
'Jin-re Is no UM-'InlkinK. lirlstinns ;
Our Location-602 Street. Is Jut a [bore In 11I('. I know. ; before j' )ut then, hp know how man kid. will
I Mabbette look for him' to com*.
I pen|' ft iin-oont Hinterj thing I |[
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all the year making omvthlncnp PHONE
Our Phone Number-102. liu,' uieijtiiiix-d, us Bunting, In here i I I 8FOR
I.f"r| tat;' I in' t'mt old ahcp o' hit, I know hr mAkea
We Extend The Compliments of The Season "Yes, 13 know, ," retiiniptl' her friend." j It hum, /
An' Mr Santa Caua, I ".t. tan huxle.
You riMn d") li.ivc: much, nnxlrtv mcrwlmt ton.
,v"i'i Ito. gulag: tu get fur ('hrlst- I r I I
%j R. A. nin--*--r any 'linn." vhe,. ii'l'iVil" ) I Jut / nw does Sjtnln' ret hla mail.-thafa TilE BEST IN
BOWENa A Hither. linn 1 looking \\oinnii who i I what' I'd like to know i iIl.e ,
'I jMuetiiian touldn tarry It. I m sure.
had! h>' Ti. itniuliiiK them, I
< ncnr waiting ,' .
I'B rr.1. no eaiiv (" "h nitln Kn nillen .n'
for 'tiHiw., now ,.IPI'Jlf'Cl I | ] ) lIt'. I ."Iyee: In tnow. ,
_ .- h I "I'.rd.! ) .n Luc. brit, r 'nililn't! liflplii'M. I An1 nothln' like a Itltliplvaiure tour' Groceries Meats
VegetablesCHRISTMAS
I a.;;: par uf >our f fI Ii t : think of all the tunrlre) Ihniiaantl
SliKunl! '.| the tfirN her; c-nril.! "I mllllnn tnilllon tots
L thli.k 1 inn lie ji.isM'sMir uf Ills kr.Mt Tri.it old, old Santa what they want
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-ninl, I just lm() to tell yuu." I rrn In this town o' our. thH '. lota
i.iV tnta an' lots
":lI>' mnuf Is Hwty "'''lItWnrrh. and 0' kids thai wrote an' mailed. 1 thflr lettm .
til) i j" my frleml I.niii- I1..iulit: ; hererhrr'a CAKES CHACliEHSNU'I
))lss! lluriicr.. : : I IIIIXP iM'Jirrt loin. nhout I
Johnny Jones that a bal.
wants FANCY MEATS OUR SPECIALTY
jour. cork here In the ('it). I wouldbe and Jimmy want. a ball, '
.. <'ily' too glad to try the key you An" Harold Brown an engine. that will\ .
I; Kliiiik' of and see If It would fit"IN"iuud. run; ,
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An' Lucy a, doll that talks, an'tes. '
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1'4 Ltoyuorrur' [ atid-Hvvrlll' tell!'you. .more ;x.A! \\nIHt\eJ.\ !EildteDaa'l.'wantea: .; ,.. ,... :4ruD. .'a ;... Giyc!: UsYourtVOrdcrs,;, for ChristmasTurkeys; At ,j
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rh"r.1 Green"whose., Once-: And' You Will Be Pleased c.
15tfy went. She!: fp'ent a pleasant | .Harry', dadily's store I With The Results
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Lour i"r so tnll'iny; nlflf: Miss' Harper r r.ir. "inks .that m.thln{
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The Compliments of'The Season ,. : :
Ii '< !\.l\ .fi.j! plug\ \\ until ininn Christi "nr .
I u i :uaIlug, :! us. -.h!,( iivill\ 'lill. ]ti'dy\ 1 I
Are Extended To Our Patrons rl.' n \It 0'1\11 tlir ti 'r Irvin, arrt
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Osceola Guarantee Title Co. I .1., I.. '- "i.i':.I ii.ig ti' nu' "I'liiinci, ] /jx
. ..' .''ii.I,, toy.) \....i,vv.uU's which I Irrd. I I
:Mi-. ,ll'iip.. r I I.J\\<-\\ ,..uly tau wdl, her.: "t nia\, I.H. i-f f'-nla bib, how uj' ,Inn. ".111.1,'.', .
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ABSTRACTS AND RECORD SEARCHES KM iln in.nl that I< MK him wlnit
'1 I''I"> .\' |'illi."l ilu'in in the' nine'lilne.I to <|t.. 16 :Main Street Phone 8 I Ii
'I I hvii" nuiliM, ,I :Mi-' .. Iliui'irs' 1:111'111110'1',1 ::1., ..r'SaS I hnp ach kid" will' have
FOR LANDS AND STOCKS OF CATTLE it.. ,\ 5' iie I lift' !Itt. Ills, .. f.n. ('hi IH alas day I";:
uji.-t in t-ilv in I"'r district.It. I T'e ricp. "' .nt that he waiite.l m'.st Don'tOL. _
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It. i'j h.id time of her life. !She: .

JAMES M. JOHNSON, President .full diiliiui. <..r I food l..<-ll.\i-! and that IOJH u mild little basket create LIMITED Get Your Job Printing from the Valley Gazette I Ir

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I fciu'h joj The 1 reclplenta couldn't o Jo)="JoJOflIT1Tightwad
BRONSON BUILDING thank her enougliVheu' they reIin --.:
( 'lied to the otlloe B..It.1'1 : "My, Rt told
M""". Harper, your key surely fit. I hi* wife/ to select
hate ne>,er liad such a wonderful her own
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I wfs: ungrateful, I "',ultJ' go rlxtitKinie .
.. That was
take all my present and give
very generousof
Daily Car Service :llieni away tO2"i him.
-I Touring i And then he

To Clean Wall Paper. gave her halt adoiJar _
t' KISSIMMEE AND TAMPA Stale bread inolHtened and then to pay for / i
i.; heated, valet \be beat for cleaning It

Leave Kissimmee-9:30 a. m., Graystone. soiled wall paper.

f!: I Leave Tampa-2:30: p. m., Union Bus Station -... --- . -.
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Use a fork to remove xcpdg from 7 \
14 oranges or grapefruit. The result Ii +
I GLENN ROSE
most gratifying there
w _. ai U no watt
of the precious Juice a* when a knlf .,
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; WOULD APPRECIATE EARLY COPY FOR ,

f; .. A HOLIDAY SIGNS
I .' j lr; > DADDY
, ?t 4 t In Every Way We Are Growing a a'9Run He will, HOW ABOUT THAT BOY OF YOURS? J

thank you a thousand times
all
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t ; \ o4' Better anti Better -* -< the if I ,
year you will give him
a bicycle for
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A FIERCE'
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'i'm 'Nng to live :
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The tales began to lanrh. .
I TREES'Celebration
I "Now, you're laughing, too," \ rT. COMMUNITY
I IN QuErl.if -Why, this la Santa Claun1 cantle ,

you're In," answered the fairies.

Ralph 'let out a jell of delight,

SANtDN ,throwing Till cap Into the air "Well" Christmas Public Is Gaining in ;
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what' all this nols J" demanded a Small Cities, and Towns.

large, rather rotund Jolly-faced man

who entered the hall i, Canard' old.
S'KISjV L Plan Afford Enjoymentand I
"You're the one I clime all the way t
: ,the .
to see I wonder it you would be too Obtarvano of Yul

IEanDr'E.Ki"g buoy to take me through your work tide 8.aaon. House


,,,shops"No, of course I'm not Come right Dainties THH Christians tree hat long beet In theLitllcrOldTowh -

; along T..At the ?symbol of Chrlttmas. -

"You nee; I have my castle divided : T. Many families, especially where

111KHR were three things thai' make toys for glrln. and the other aide Christmas was Incomplete without a
Ralph thoroughly enjoyed entirely devoted! to boys I suppose tree decorated with tinsel and candle WJlL4'Cbrtatmu I* coming, and all

the West skiing and adventure that's where you want to go?" However, writes. A. II. Pulver in the My thought* hav. been running
He and three other "Sure!" came the reply, American Agriculturist, a new Idea away, -
a fellows about his age, rangIng door"I In regard to such trees seem to be With an cholng laugh and the lilt of *
"In this poom"-he opened! the
from nine to twelve hat creeping la, and that U the community songTe .
am perfecting an airplane that aboy an old-rahloned Chrlitma &,-
been skiing all rooming which la set
Christmas tree up
uhout jour age can run and manage n II To a big old houM. In a llttl old town
The whole surroundini outdoors or In a.public building where Where you and the other and I
country was mountalnoui easily. i .all people, both rich and poor can ad- Mad merry together, with never a frownAed
and the boy had no trouble finding Ralph was all eyes. lie couldn't say mire and enJf'It, and, It seems.that never a thought of a algh.
CQOUfjIl.
places to akl. this' tree more truly reflects the unselfish The big old house In the little old town
"Well, fellown," said Ralph, poised! "(!let In and try It." spirit of Christmas.The Oh, how It would rock with our mirth
"Now, In the next: : room," he continued And ..th.ua gladly and cuddle us down
tor action at.the top of (ha hill, "I'm motor movement had Its beginning In The homleit place on the earth.
"I
off. Here begin my !great quest foiSanta am perfecting a New York city, but regardless of Its It waen't upholitered In tapeitrle rare,
Cia,..," and he mad a low bow that will take you up the hill after our new location in the Rivers Building we have origin It Is spreading rapidly especially (I can ... th. old wtndow-seat yet)

scraping the anow with hula cap "::;0 your toast down." to the small cities and towns, It may have been. shabby a bit here. and
After had made tour of alt made Special Preparations to supply our customers them
they a
long, and he was gone. where It nerves to bring all people well thoM are the thing w* forget
"Good luck" called the fellows. the rooms, Ralph Bald he ought to be with everything necessary for the together and to develop a community
roillg. In the tree has But. oho! the mysterious secret It kn.w
lie seemed to go on and on at a rerdarkable spirit. one city
That old house, wh.n Christmas was"
speed after he reached the "Well, I want -ynii to see somethingelse become a fixed: : annual event, and each coming

bottom. The boys atoml and watched out In the garage that helps roe to -yer-large' Norway spruce sometimes! And the laughter and fun ringing throughIt -

tilin skim over the snow out of sight get around better You see, I have my CHRISTMAS 50 feet high, Is brought to the public and through
all fixed ," said Santa. "I put TABLEIn And the voice and somebody humming,
Ralph went on fur two or three mllei ear up square where It Is set up and decorated
And the hour when around the piano we'd
this way. Then he came to a wooded chain on my hack wheels, and then, with colored electric bulbs, meet

trip. Ills ruddy cheeks! glowed with taking oft the front tires' I rivet. these flags and other ornaments. For a few Ye., even In bu.,. DecemberFor
onto the rims:" an old Christina. hymn with its harmony .
runner
delight MS he thought of the adventures days preceding Chriatmae-4LCbuiba
addition to full line of
"IhoKp fit In the curves of our *weet-
ho might hate here. wheels "" are lighted cau"lnllllght to shine froma Ah those are the thing we remember.And .
The farther Into the forest he got I the runner. don't Iht"y1' hundred! or more places and on the
the darker It grew, until ninny Ralpf : "'\11, iiuiile, them to At that way day before Christmas' a Santa Claus train then down you recall how the midnight '

couldn't see lilt I "Jump In, Ralph and I'll show you with a pack of toy*, and candy, drives Would bring back a ileter or brother
hand before hlf I how my runners work. Incidentally FRESH GROCERIES from home to home distributing Joy I To the big old house In the little old town
I'll take through tunnel, so Christmas Where Christmas meant home and. the
face TtterPnfN/ i )"U my to the children. On eve other.. .
only one thing ht'' you won't he to pans that horrid the children and parents gather I And the old house wa looking It* holiday
Y knew of to do- creature's house that y feel hula way out me shout," We will have a bountiful sup carols, winding up with our national I And the table all spread for the feat;

0 That WHS a aloe "That naa fine!" exclaimed Ralph anthem. Other towns vary the pro- With an extra. chair set for the holidayguest.

proems, bul I when ..111 stopped, hU eyes shining ply all through the season of gram somewhat some of them havingthe Some stranger, "one of the leaat"The
Ralph t h ou g h t "I'", so glad I had this adventure. I'll tree In a public building where a
big old house In the little old town
any wuy out olthli get lionif flue, from here. So long. NUTS Christmas party Is held and Santa They tell me the year are unkind.It .
I dark hole ManIa!" Claus gives out toys and candy to look bare and neglected. Its fence

would Hull him CRANBERRIES the children, tumble down.
Since w* scattered and left. It behind.
In huh aearrlt for Dcmb Twenty-Fifth. It Is possible for those who own
No, I haven't been back; I would rather
a way out, he OhHi'r\utlon! of iHrvmfoer 21: a" the CELERY woodlands or have woodlots containing recall
found, a plate I date of the birth 'f Christ was adopt the right variety of trees to Increase The day of It. glory gone b,..

whenHie Know e<1 under. pope I.llicrlnx In 353 or 334: LETTUCE their Income by thinning out a When of we all.fled. to It* arm for the best day ,.

wined to g<> Hi hut I the early rliiinli observed the fea number of trees each year for the I You and th. other and IGrace t

Had a Bull'* Head most. might >HIt >. Ilvxl with little iinldirnilt),. FRESH FRUITS Christmas market. The removal of Btrlckler Dawson, In Kanaa City
and Horn incurred I"(< such trees Is generally beneficial to Star

liliil, that I hi I FRUIT the woodlot, as It' allows those tree
might lir I In- stile, of 11 mountain Roll j CAKESand remaining a better chance for development JUST SO.

If lie could gel up high enough hewould SOME SPENDHR In replanting forests this fact

?, dime to bin light Can I spend jI other good things too numerous to mention. might be kept In mind! and young proper He: What'thing the for
He .slid|| | down xeteral 11m..". got: """ thinned
CtirUlma et en trees out as they grow up a fellow to give
badly "< niti hod on t brunches. hut hat lag with you? I t It Is customary to plant about 1.200! b ItI. his nance* for
didn't bother him In the. leii't He w u* I'd rather you trees per acre, but when they mature Christmas T
nioiiiilHln" prn\od, to he quite high li do jour pending I ( ( that rot
300, which means that nearly twotklrd .
and after nn hour or .wo of Ilintifnii before Chr.tmas I will be over .IJ5.00
Ralph sat down In rest In the Snow ,

As he rested. he took a good look HI removed
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up on the tirpt Why It looked like t 'O OOoH-'.
hut sure I'IU'"gh-H iiliire. where he t

could rent, get Hoinelliiug" lo entnnd' 1 BURNING THE ; :

get warm. ..
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Kalpli didn't rest long lie minted It. YULE LOGT '

get to the hut. It was' a queer lltjli:.. HeadquartersFOR

place, he found upon reaching. It, .It
looked HM thotiKh ,a pun of wind\ wouldbe I
1110: name given by thij\ ancient. 'R..S. FLOYD
enough to blow It over
Goths and Saxons to the festivalof
Ralph knocked rt the door
very \ : ,
the winter solstice 1"811.Jul, orYule. .
gently for fear of !knocking; the |house 0'//.
.The latter'term Is still re-I .
down. The dour oix-nvd.! but Ralph '
served by the Scotch
started back with surprise. fur the
The burning of the Yule !log known KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
hpfoit him
objei t bud n bull 11t'.1an.1 ,
horns,, and n man'* budtloDen l hy other no tues In continental l'; irope, Santaclause.
wiis! an anilont Christmas ceremony
hooN lull"Well. .
HM'l' n IOIIK
from'. Scandinavians!' ,. .
lt** M-ndlnK (
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r; in>' box. ," sulil, (lie crr'ul' Irj, ;. -
\\ho at their tenet of Jul lined to
"what are you bore f..r1' l>ldoii .
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mote to help llif' I usiiill\. lii\i kindle huge IxuitlreH In Jionor of theftgout ,; -- -- ---- ----- -- -_ _- _- _-_ _ __ _-h,._--
Thor Slmll.ir bcntlrvH were kindled
mane [h n\x come nlmiit Chrlsi in'"itlme" i-
In Europe: and elsewhere' at the '
Hul/h/ gave u hlniilder Si 'I
Hummer solatlce.The << .
thin. wm his belo\ed Simla Chins, who COMING TO KISSIMMEE
looked and' talked. like tills \\'Inhadn KnglNIi: ceremony of bringingIn THE 10 CENT STORE

'I Hoiu....iiii told I him' and burning the Yule log on Christmas ,
eve, whkh mill tuna Its local survlMils .
'''ho tire )0111" Ktiiimtiercd, Itnlpli
getting dp lilt coinage'' "Are )'ou Sat utIi was full of picturesque detail. CASINO THEATRE! 1
The log matslxe piece of wood
was u
Claus? frequently the: ragged and grotesquelyMarked A Real Live Santa Claus is on his way to Kissimmeeand
The creature burst out hushing It
sounded like thunder He held hi.* root of sin oak. will meet all of his little friends. at our store

sides and rocked It was drawn In triumph from Its
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with laughter resting place amid shouts. and laughter ,

Ralph I didn't every wayfarer doffing hi* hat
know what to do n" !It passed! On Us entrance Into A Remarkable New Film- SATURDAY DECEMBER 1 16He

now-was he going the baronial hulls, the minstrels hailedIt
to him ,with song and aisle, or In the absent -
laugh -
THE STORY OF AN AUTOMOBILEYou
elf to death? 'e if| the mlnatlTl each\: wxemberof has already filled our counters and
Well liV rather the fumll} tint upon. It In turn and! .

hoped be I would suing a Yule ttong are invited to see this picture as our guests. shelves with a wonderful stock of y

Then the creature I

finally hlniHelf composed lo Ij j I'se Lookin' .No Charges for Admission.

say. "No! but I. GIRLS FOR BOYSand
FOR Toys
follow up itiniii fer OF Santa SHOWING BEGINS AT 7:30 P. M.
with ni}' helpers I

We break up/ the
for the THE KISSIMMEE AUTO COMPANY
chil-
toys and this wonderful stock ,
dren that they I i.s wants you to come see

get for ChristR. a c h. a Santa l ", This Is Studebaker Year Wagons, Trains, Tea Sets, Dolls, Horns, Drums,

here mas tonight You with stay Claus' CastU. I I .w-..0. : :; eJr Fireworks of all kinds, Books, Doll Carriages, Doll

me and then go along with ",.. It's .. Furniture, Wheelbarrows, Tops, Cap Pistols, Guns,
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grent sport breaking up In)''' - -
all kinds of Animals, Pianos, Teddy Bears, Toy
4' !
"No. I can t stuy.'f said Itulph. backIng
'. Ii Automobiles Dominos, Watches, Sand 'Pails and
a\\'a ij 1 inn In quest lit :Santa: ,

C'lllllH." i\t Shovels, and in fact everything your heart desires.

The boiixt iloiil.IiMl up wltli laughter/ {,s.I .

again Ralph. thought Ibis an oppnr I .
tune time to make his getiiwny, .so he I See The .
put on his skis. and and started' down I
the Dioimtiiln. nnngeroiiH. ? Anything I OVER THE HILL"I'f "MADAME HENDftEN"Wonderful

was better limn Hlujlng with that '
beHstt: '

Ralph seemed to be coining to a I \'\ Fox's Biggest ,Special at WAUKANTAUK DOLL

wall. He Jumped, landed squarely and .

skimmed along the 8.low fur a mile or ,
more. Looking up (he hadn't hud
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time to do this before), lie beheld In 9s1lW IRE T

front of him a great entitle cohered. The Ten Cent'Store

with turret and towers. i xi i,
"Now. what hove 1 gotten Into?" ,

.gild Ralph, aloud. lIe knocked at the I'' Continuous Show From 2'1'0. 11 ,, I'"

-door and was admitted by two .
: queerlogking .
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fairies >p Headquarters for Santa ,Clause : :

,' "Who are you, and who live here?" ..... J&J \
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I' ,. .f fr f THE PEOPLE' ; IN THE' .BEST POSSIBLE MANNER IN SELLING -

V I HARDWARE., FURNITURE, and ALL KINDRED LINES


L CAFE, raV fJ .. WE WANT YOU '

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to make our store your stopping place when in town, and in thereat

J 1 Festival Season now approaching, to inspect' our stock before

I buying your-gifts. .


'jf, r ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

1"i I i are all the go now in home work. We have a lot of them, Toasters ?

1 i I Percolators, Smoothing. Irons, Hair Curlers, Flashlights,

t and all such things.

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FOR XMAS: DINNER. ? LADIESIf
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his face feels too scratchy to suit you just make him a presentof .
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$ t t'y one of our Special Shaving Kits, containing Safety Razor, y

Yes, that's the'place.. Brush ,and Tube of Shaving Cream.He'll take the hint.

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ALo for weekend'isits OUR GLASSWARE WINDOW

to Kissimmee'you'11,.find / 1ji J looks mighty nice and we ask you to inspect it. You will find

I up-to-date accommodations Yt *' SCI i. some of the prettiest stuff that will delight you. It's as clear as '

w\ T ; Florida's !skies and sparkles almost like cut glass. What a chance

I atDAYSON'S to make your wife a present that will make her eyes shine, too !
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Well, we'> e.got some mighty nice ones. Congoleum, Clcarflax

and Axminister, besides, a lot of the lesser sorts.

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""tinny lilliI'I lollS may be inaiTp from
,I .....i,lllmullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhlullulhlnThe. ", { / '"M_ round headed. \ ml lotlip\ 'plno. Wind% about IT'S NO USEto
four tblrknrsse- crepe. |> paper] around
[ Christmas T fee) I the i>ln for |>etlUont". Mnkp, a waift ribbon try to enumerate all of the dainty and useful things that we1'
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of the rt-pp. paper> | 'I\liiR! II 1"loy
1 .. "... around the "waist" for, a >-a>.b.11'btte have, but \\ e invite you to an immediate and complete inspec-
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I I II ">.II"qllll/lIlIlIIlIIlIlIIllIIlllIIlIIlIlIlIlIlIlIlIllIlllI| / ,,, .|peg) formtin1 Iw"r| 'hound fll I<.P user. user the, nhlli top of the another tion so that you may be guided in your gift buying.

I extra stockings; for the, tree iiUp li I drawn to form boiniPt
1 MAKK IIR of old window cuilflli)11, A few )nrU .>f I tlnxcl' cut I Into ill 1
I I II I net, or even nioMinlto,.. I netting. 1 1'111 or plKht-lmh: ) Irmrtli" nay I h. coinbliif I Iwllli I
then, with COIII"r\ | | ., nut'- Dip smaller" IIPIIIIV oriuiuii'tits ti
Tlioj' may lip niti'i- luiln's MocUlnj, !: make <uiute di' '<'orutlonx' Hint M.11 I I
us a ,pattern and IIi I P iliiMren\ ,,11'u.\ for IIIOIPSinnll Hardware Co.
1o.v oierliund siluliiuc! the. *"lt:.". with boxoo from. the. stores. may )lic.iMMnl .' Osceola I
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HJOTEL'I lilt. of yiirti.Stringy with t'hii.uaI4| ; paper
of |popran| 'o or rrnnlirirli"innVe two' luilpx plliKlicil. ) III thorn, ntid riMxi. i ilinndlrs ,
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fiisti'iii'd) to\ I tliPin. 'II. ""
nml 1 nf
(guy festoons' fur tlic 'tree I' |
filled with i iinilif) help toukelhe -
I ford ntcupiitliiii for little folks uhu w ill"i'rt boxer |
1II111'r foot' "it' Ilil" l III'> '.v H'nn triM- fa.lhe--tlrh.' i - -'. - '- 1
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fla II bargain. See the owner,

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WHITMAN CANDIES : ? ir:. Finest quality

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NORRIS CANDIES .
U' Diamond Set
EDISON Y".e, L
PHONOGRAPHS I Gold and Platinum

PARKER FOUNTAIN PENS J r* t. "",,-'.;:#'"" i Jewelry
owl odors Hunting by, spice! and plums
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PARKER PENCILS hen --- HI-P stirred, :lu pie. In the, inornlDKwhen !: Fine WatchesClocks
flD you' wnUe-sniff the iilr-that'i
; Christmas "hot-olute < ukf Kluif. ring, ring1! the '
CHRISTMAS CARDS, TAGS AND SEALS door bell' diltne:,. tollman *ii>s= "It's .. SilverwareCut
F Comes <'hrh""H lime" I
\Vhen you shop and sew and! hurry GlassStationery
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loving nil the bustle Srurry quick tot
TX7vv HES Ieremher .nuns. appear. hiding place lest, Kite guess. It from I :
when the nlglita ore crlxp and I your tare that this bulky .box contains and Novelties !
clear, thllly do the north wlndH. blow I
t mothers gift you've made wltlpnla I: i
and we wulk on rrunctiy sawn, gazingut I When you've hickory nuts tc I 1
a wintry nioou-ChrlMtniHH: time la I crack, trips: to make to town and back Prompt Attention ,
coming noon Yuletide crinkle In the lr Merr
STANLEY'S PHARMACY ) to mail orders ;
r } When the ;Mores. are trimmed In I 't ChrUtma everywhere! I ,;-\
green with polnftettiaa In bptwei-n, Then
on at length conies Clirlstmoa eve,
rl 5 r the shelves are books and toy, dolls Mother mine con you believe that tomorrow I Adams Jewelry CO;,
nod Bruins for girls and boys; tinkling U. the time, happy cause of all .
sounds the Klockenaplel and you !hear i my rhyme Wreaths and greens and I .
f sweet laughter' peal, or flue tin liornn' stockings hung answering bell that'* "Gifts that last" :

r 4 ..',, ,r PHONE, trumpet fast I blast-Christmas time Is coin'Ing rung/ and rung. Off to bed--a llttuleep 611 Franklin St., # \
--seems a moment, then you peeP. I
When the house smells--oh, so ,good fling the covers quick away. Test! at Tampa III
rw. mother's cooking wondrous food',(lori-- laat lf. Christmas''Day I-Grit. '- / I .. ..-.. r. -:t.J


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