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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 22, 1922
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID01095
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Two Members of Present City'' Council Saturday, Sunday, and Monday Nights! At
Re-elected On City Commission In ., The Broadway Band Stand To Be

Election Which Polled Biggest Devoted To Holiday Spirit And

Vote in The'City's'Iiistory Community Good Cheer .
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The charter amendments; providing for the commit-i) Saturday Evening' Eight o'Clock

.plon-manayrer system' of City government\ In' KJssimmee.I Selection. by the Kissimmee Hand. ,,

were ." opted last Saturday in an election Which polled Christmas Carols: Community Sing.

more-cote than any municipal election In the history 1. D Conic All i'e Faithful. '
of the city The measure carried by a majority whkh 2. Joy To The World.S. .

left no room for argument, winning by bixty-flve votes. e Ad J. 0 Little Town of Bethlehem.

Orlando List week voted for a charter board for com f rt Ire -- 4. Silent Night. _"-?.r_---'_

miuic n-mam'gHship by u majority of 58 and when It Came Upon The Midnight Clear.

llartov. a.iopted this! modern arrangement that city diu t. .Hark! The ,Herald Angels Sing. '

$ vote In the light of the exp.'l"- Christmas Tree for the kiddies. Every child. in line

lencc of tI c-.ic other cities, as: well" as the size of the s will et'a present. ---

total sot ", the measure: eairied in Ki aimtu e by a burg Sunday Afternoon, Tour o'Clock

majoritThis) Ci vote doe not represent the actual V .j .;& Sacred Concert by the Kissimmee' Band.

sentiment regarding the up-to-date system, either fo! PROGRAM

the (.sue wa*' clouded j somewhat by the fact that candidates 4. March-The Typhoon -.____________._____Yule

/ were voted upon at the same time. Probably a ... .Juy-T !.4-c\\.I'L__:__- :___ _: __

hundred more votes would have been recorded us footing r ,Y (Grand Sacred Potpouri) '

the change had It not been for the hesitance .M>me ;. The Wedding Of The\ Rose Tear.ly_

voters! to nk a. change in form as uelT as an ant 'vel: }' I --_(Intoi'4Mezz& Characteristic)

new f't'uonnel.The I I I Shades! cf Night _____ _- _______ __Fleidland

election coniniisbioncrs,. Judge T. **I. M phy. Intermezzo. .

JJ EL-Lupfer and jlamos ]M. Johnston cartvwjsfJ the'rite | Morning Light ------I'__ ___ >e..0:1:]

Monday morning, declared the 'amendpientjrndoptd I cr, (Sacred Fantasia)

and George WV Persons'Howard M. KatiaH A China Moon ----------- _______ _____Thprnton

8* Gilbert elected as commissioners.! Mr. Perso.- lead I M.irch-H03ts of Freedom_______________King

the ticket by almost a hundred votes, recoiv'n ( 289. J. D. WOODBECK Diiector.

H: M. Katz came second with 196, and A. S. GHIwrt, was Union church services band stand. .i-
elbcted the third commissioner with 135 votes defeating talked to Santa Claus the other day asking him what time he planned to come to our city, Monday Evening Eight o'Clock
'' WE/ because all the children were much interested to learn. Some cf the little ones told
F. A. Nave, for the short term by one, ''o: ,'. we are Selections by the Kissimmee Band.
The defeated candidates polled vote as follows: : F. feared! he might not come at all-that they might be forgotten. But Santa smiled. Cantata: Herald Angels, R. :M. Stultz. Chorus of

A. Nave 151; A. Rosen, 144; R. S. Floyd (wi tten In) "I will be with you have no fear," he &said "but. just the hour I cannot say. If, I get lob of fifty voices, special male quartet, and a very plcasinir

65; T. N. (lark., ;5S:; : H. Stanley Bullock 5il; A. .K. Fleming I }help" i it may l be early very early, but who known ? Wen the mince pie is in the oven whtn the musical surprise. .

49: .K. K.: Woodward ( written i in) 8; II. RM y plum I pudding it steaming in the pot, when the big gobbler in crisp and brown and nuts and raisins The programs for the three day will be held in the

(written in) 2; and J.1.: Hanaell ( written iu) 1. rest on mothers snowy tablecloth, when sleepy eye ate opened to behold the tree and the laughterof park adjacent to the Broadway band stand, except in

Under the term of the charter the new commissioners all the children echoes over fields and down' the narrow city streets, when tender hearty, just> every- the event of rain. In that case G. R. Dayson has'ten

take office ninety days after their eke .on, whic'i'1 vsheie. are all aglow with the joy of human brotherhood, there will not be a child in all the land that dered the use of Dayson's Cafe for the sings, and the '

places the date for the beginning of ,the n.'w form of will not know old Santa's been around. A little; lump will rise in mother's throat and perhaps a committees therefore announce that the programs will

Kovetnment for Kiv
virtue of the largest vote received ill S The members of the Worn 'n'" Club have devoted a
Mr. Persons by This year Santa said he will have a gift for everyone, the greatest gift in all the \\oild. Ofcourse
of April expiring the first! Tuesday preparing : holiday
the term
fleeted for he will leave the toys, the apples and the candy stick!, but the candy will be eaten and one
Katz until the first\ Tuesday of April I, 191.-! ; good cheer. Everybody is expected to join in tho
1926; Mr. day the tin soldier will be bent. The big gift is to last; forever. Santa found it in a manger. We
end :Mr Gilbert: till tbe-firit\ Tuesday of April. 1924.The community singing. In order to make it possible for
forgot to ask its name but as we look across the years and view the setting sun, we think that
three commissioner will elet one of their number everyone to participate. The Gazette is printing ,on
Jesus culled it Love so let 'us watch for it on Christmas morn and nourish it throughout the years:: ,
mayor-commiasH.ncr, uh will hold that office dur page two'thf' tvprd of...the songs to Jbe used in the
each each moment of lives
his incumbency as commissioner during the pleasure day, our Christmas >aVor ,iflhere' they may be cut out of the
.act administratively and taken to the meetings. .
of the commission. The comn'I."loner1I.| | paper
and through a city manager, whb shall I : :
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be appointed by the city commissionto j muse I II -

serve during the pleasure of the TO OSCEOLA HIGH GIRLS HAPPY I I II .-
coromUaion. In the majority of case'., DEFEAT WINTER PARKShow ELECTION J. D. Woodbeck assisting her on the

- of cities which have adopted the com I i music committee. Mrs. Roy Starbirdis

mIM .n-m.nalfer form cf govern COMMUNITY BUILDING Marked Improvement Over Winners And Losers Express Desire ACREAGE FOR SPRINGWill in charge of the decorations, and e
First Game And Come Home ToGo Forward Under New .
ment the city manager is selected System Mrs., J. M. Duncan chairman cf the
With Long End of Score fW. Goode/iiKlssimme4, finance
elsewhere than In the committee. The purchasing
from applicants ,
Outlined By Karl LehmanIn Meet Tuesday NightTo
city concerned Tackling: the Winter Park high The aftermath .. .,leilant;. With committee consists of Mrs. L. H. In.
I For
_ ___ Excellent Address! At school, girls in the Rollins College election over, and th* matter 6|' the Discuss Plans gram, Mrs. T.. M. Rivers, Mrs.. M, E.
While driving between Tavares and Chamber of Commerce gymnasium,last Friday night thebasketball city's government d.dded''i1'' remarkably Spring Crops Turner'Mrs.' N.-'C. Bryan and Mrs. '
EosUs . Wednesday during a 'Warriorettes of .the high fine spirit prevails.:. Sdm of the '
heavy rats. storm. CapU II.M. Break- '' school in 1tJsabnmee-'were the victors most bitter antagonists.. of the,adopt .' With the strawberry marketing John Pugh. :nigh, school boys, under
electric' Congratulating Kissimmee upon of ed Reason getting a good start and with, the chairmanship of Gordon Bullock.
recent adoption
note. The poll stood 'the shock all form of > city Winter Park staged a 'come-baek" of co-operation with.:the<<:;:new buyers on the ground for the berriesas constitute ;the tree committee,"'while
'Tight but the car is still In a praeet"ortunately' Karl Lehman government of the during the'aecond half and scored five ly elected commissioners. l build a well as other products of Ol e"'acounty's the candy bags'for the kiddies arebe.' '
secretary soils the are look-
.none of the occupants points.while Kissimmee -was annex : greater Kissimmee undtf the' nevplan. growers '
Orange County Chamber of.Commerce -. forward the 'futurewhen purchased and made by'th6'Sunday : -
Included several Is- the at the'ead..of to very near
-+t the ear which : ing'but'one score Talking to thq' ,excandidatesit
shew the lava
dies. rt'Celeven the slightest! In'ury. sential proceeded factors in to building es- the first half being 12 to 2. After is difficult to tell :wA6 Is the mot they will begin planting spring school classes of the various ,

,-at' the regular'comm.UIi\Y\ -. the-intermission Winter Park interchanged pleased, the winners or the liters. c\op In fact some or them have churches. .
their forwards -with their In fact, to hear them talk, It Is difficult already begun planting. Considerable
of the local chamber The
Thursday. and the decide acreage of cucumbers was! planted LOCAL PEOPLE PROVE
SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP has listened most guatds new arrangement to just who were the winners
chamber to
some thia week, plantings to continue
presented a better scoring machine. and who the losers,.
REGULARLY IMPROVES excellent speakers: during the year The team .work and signal execution : George Person having polled the weekly, in the event ef a possible i TO BE FINE ACTORS
drawing to a close, but none has been frOst. And in a week of two the
of the Kiaaimmee team deserves
highest vote a representative of The I
more appreciated,than was Mr. Leh in Baseball Benefit Minstrel Show Lived
bean and along
N........ PupUs On Honor Roll I Increased I. man. Bringing with him a"s special mention, improvement over Gazette sprung the usual question of with watermelons crops cantaloupe go and, Up To Promises. And RevealedMighty
Every month:.First Month of work welt the first game being decidedly apparent -, how .he liked it on him. His customary -
done a Good Home TalmtActors
preyeenee ; with corn. Sprir.gpl'Ppcr&
It would be difficult to pickIndividual pome growers
smiling face sobered and.
Better Than Any Last Yeartreat of ser*
oing things now, a personality be this
seem to popular year
stars the whole team
ious look inta
as nil
came eyes. in home talent shows
? intangible spirit of pregresawbich : brought, and a an message ability as admirably an orator suitable she- played good ball. On difficult: goal "I'vw been no busy I reallv haven't also, while consideration.okra and squash In all it are looks re- frequently congratulated because it are is r f

has been apparent. along all to the .XiBIU.a>*-spirit.. hooting Elizabeth Moseley distinguished had time to give much thought to>> it-. cetving if next spring would see the biggest the nice thing to do. and-well, you
,.....ia..JOaaimDlee { thq past few The five'essential points in upbultdnwr. herself. I'm going to, though; just as. coonas an whichOsceola have to say something, you know.
,.monthsjs' .continually ahowing.up U> .a'Community, ,Mr. Lehman said, The game did not count in the district this Christmas rush ls ovefs": Which acreage In."ck has wRn&Sfd.crop: < fot But when the participants of Wed-
..ea..lPl.ct.> EVery 'day: the: city ...-. tbft "under the themes ofmercUlvJlfe conference schedule Winter made theinterviewer .smile, for /... county, breeds! nesday's baseball benefit minstrel
.ipolrat uj; to otlc improvemtut aloeusaptlaert % '-ctvft.J1hf." \he uewseducational .. Park-being in a different district than election day he had faked' stntilar many a year: jjucceas //I\I beginning cfess. 'show were felicitated you can bet
= and the 'growers are just
Kiasimmeo. The Central Florida district .
when the
"neNow. comet school and question overahehrungt9tefor 1 your last simoleon that the praise
1iper. prt>glm, .re-
to'realize !
eh>srTp.n, .. up .a;;new record .U..Uf :- -..;.... of the Florida Athletic Associa Mr. Persons ...a.. apparent. At was meant and' deserved. It was
{tacr.aeltalara hfp., - .. "F'teduentl' }s\u *continued; "dur tion-comprises Oaceola 'Ililisbo'roujt'h.Pinen..nd that time he smiled and replied> 'i Did '.In Over this Saint_ Cloud the ,spring something new in (minstrel shows, I ( ,
A'-.u. honor roll war publlabed"Ua6''tlI'tt' ] iDt'aft alecMon there is difference* Manatee counties with yousee' that crowd over at'the : the- jlnd it had the added attraction' of being -
: month of school It was of opinion sometime tntid-slinging a Polk county as far south as Bartow. depot?" He int much!of a politielartglorybe crop idea is spreading just a* a home product. X
strawberry campaign did. The businessmen ..
lraaed that the list was larger than and heated argument! But when the The beys' first frame'will-be-played ( ) an? he. was more interest- have demonstrated The first scene represented a banquet '
and the
second shew4'a tonight: at the- high school court, in in the crowd of kiddies his growers it
/fer] before. The month ejection is over and the officials -chosen following that co-operation between in the Waldorf Astoria and
-e greater number even thanthe the must stand\ the-onei Klsstmmeewith Orlando High. Santa Claus! than he was in being surely looked !good. If someone had r ,
by themselveshas
people the tWIG cities and between
IWMious month. Therecord for the: elected and .uphold them in their du The/ line uo of the Kissimmee girls elected as high man la Kiasimmee's : results and the popped a cork. in the happy looking
good ,
third month is source of pride to ties. Thus atWinter Park last Friday wa. most f'ventful'll'ctlon.. It was .Yen brought 'rowd on the stage everybody' would
only can "communitygrow.
a around the East Lakexegion
.k mme.ehl, ement for itnSchools .It U YO'1lr'duty and duty Edith -McLean jumping center; Catherine difficult to keep from Charging: him planter*enthusiastic those about have written the date B. P. Twaa
and satisfaction to the school to uphold the hands of the c my.n>>titattil Mosolev.) running center; Mary with buying! votes with candy tft the are At the as meeting. of the some eye-full alt right. And ear- '
.Caciala, for the list shows a ten pertet authorities la the; matter' of law Crib and Elizabeth Moseley forwards Uds! Ills mind in on his busfnes4 Saint Cloud Chamber of Commerceon full too.
increase over last month. I'nforeeraent/* ; Vivian Floyd an d Mary San- I first, last and all the time and that talkedto Bill Smith and Bill Wheeler won
CThe second evadecarries off t;; The commercial life of a city i is an derson guard Substitutes were: fact seems to be the predominantreason Wednesday the members Mrs.along G. D.the Ash lines of good applause on their black face
hpeors with fifteen more name than other1 faeter'in its Madge Riven for Mary Sanderson. why everybody is so Well, thereabouts songs, while Sam Prather carried off
important developIpeitl extensive trucking ,
I" the sixth\ increases) Eunice Rivers for Marv Kritx. and pleased that he is to be a new C ra. more premier honors in dusky dialogue ,

.'f.i UFn'th fi**t'grsaeelerec. must,theem t jnerre aqkit glYe'tnllNtlnoeatoioreand .ary.. :Sanderson, for.1oJ. ,.(e""e.*\ rnissioner, for they believe. hell b* and rred the,<.:The idea outlook urea enthusiastically at present seems re- with Walter Bam' retting away m
(Ird -- -- ,,* ..
andtveelfth.a11 the'satne talk.
Tb fourth seventh, honest weight, bat the citizen with "tti. city's busineea. the at the good shape with both .n.and
to ; slogan
\ show .increases, the urn must stand by ,him "One of the AGED COUPLE STRI'CK' BY that he is with }his own. "But. he Growers meeting last week of "200 Patsy ;Makinson. Laura Cart and

for plaua retaining the three names of curses of commercial life is the mail' AUTOMOBILE-.-. continued in this after election interview acres of cucumbers, 100 each of beans Mamye Putty as soloist, were very
tbathletic representatives ant}- adyoung order business,'' .asserted Mr." Leh. I While -attempting to cross the "I am mighty grateful to thepeople and tomatoes" will have to be elasticto well received and had the feet, of the '
dlft.J lady to the roll\ who voted for me. And I'm audience tapping in gr'f'ltthape., especially -
t :
"We mail
send 'to .
,man.. may the order street in front of the Corner O ocery accommodate the acreage.The
is the honor roll for the do best to Ktsa in the little red school house j
going to
1..tto1rin house. ) of my m- Grower
: for .wholesale quantity last week Mr. and }[III. John D. next meeting of. the
-uu< get
: who had will Tuesday,
P oaser, aged couple just occur on
IVof. D. B. Shaver; principal\ : tha > direction. This form of government and J. W. Tucker, in natural Color!
than we a stogie article Commerce at 8
way to Kissimmee from Loughonn; at the Chamber p.
JPIwt. ,Grade Martha Mae GtasnerFlada and is the best thing' that c )uld and voice were all to the merry too,
from our e4r1- tmehart8, automobile driven and spring will be the chief
: were run into'by an m., crops
Alas t+eJ'4' Am C. Mttr.aret B"nes: and them' .mMvrrwm the station have happened to us, I believe. But consideration- while little Martha Newby vampedthe
Johnson. Mrs. under
carry by Mr? Dan topic !
Sessions, Merle! Hansell. Cath- the ourselves. But we commissioners cannot accomplish audience after a manner whiehwould
or postoffice" l lost control of the
arfne O'Bryan. Elizabeth Muller Pat- ask your dealer for prices on the evidently to bystanders and struck C'.r. It alone. We want the people J to pull REVIVAL SERVICES TO CON- have gladdened Kipling'
-ty.Johnson, Brownie Carter Betsyiay. and according together: with us. Then" he added 'tINUE THROUGH WEDNESDAYThe heart. U. J. Burrows on the cornet
same quantity usually you can Mrs. Presser' knocking her t > the ,
+ Intxr. Padgett. Veda Wlnfry do a.veil) You the well all of us together make a wonderful presented the sort of music which
!\ lnot.expect strikingter
the the
front of
Kathryn Parker, Ruth Skinner Ruth local me bant.to1'k4l''ou as gooda ground husband. Dr. car attended city here" revival services being conducted gets under the skin and makes one
'ityrffuToe. Shuntan. irrmon. Yates price on a 'single, article, and carry Rivers!and stated Howard'Knt was the next On the by the Rev. W. F. Sharpe, of the glad he came. Grant and Porter in
the unfortunate
Heese Johnson. Freddie Lorenzc.H.Mr for thirty sixty or ninety days, : aside 'minor people list. Perhaps it was the fact .that Moody church at Chicago wHI continue local hits and open-face clothes
you from bruises
)(M*,' Jr.. Bertlo Padgett Robert-jee as'you can get by paying* cash in advance that they he'd been on the council so long- that every night except. Christmas brought out howls of approval.
..Jafaer, Jean England. Thalas Ship- for a large quantity. It is the suffered mostly--from-shock.- he knew the vote he received was a I through next Wednesday. There wil' A stage fuH of kiddies caused the r
roan; Robert Allen, Rilv Basil. Car)' duty. of the clt;t eret... lay square WELL KNOWN EVANGELIST vote et 'confidence. At any rats he I also be a Sunday afternoon hour from merriment to approach hysteria! as b '
IWwen. Ordia Rags Evelyn' Newsom. with the merchant aswell as for the DIES leaked?pleased and said, "I aure ap 3 to 4..o'clock; .which'' will close in the little tots sang pantomimed: S
,Tjaof*.: IJanscll. Lftcilf Durrance. d 'lu.hdveb.nost! services. Don't oreciate the. vote I got.' And then time for the sacred, concert bv the swung their dollies, recklessly ,bob -1
7Jones, AvsT Lee Anst'n; buyyAgrgeode. from a..Tnall Border Piles.Mab'1 Quam Stevens evangHit. *-' be started talkhisr about"Softie of*the Kissing rnee band and the union' Chinch beds and danced: and would probably ,
Cotter, ElUabeth Hajuell; boueandthen :ask",tb*:local :'dealer. asd. lecturer member of theBvswreUstte 'things the Chamber. of Commerce is service in the park..1f; :\", ., : be voted the! most popular number'of
t I'.1 Jordan; -EuaUe. Kioe Palmw, .'-o:'>Nell.Zum preaented010' a ,'
'. Gertrude'MlUer. Martha don.tiid that ceases r.T' International Lyceum and Chautauau backto the :conversation. "Well. In theA'rseet1nga;an4. Rev. and Whi tlra* act whlttacaused t
1\.0': Marruerite ,.Johns.Vates ..Pielli.t4arei ysttr.'fegne.tbn....: actptpryal errdnr.iiata.ei1)d Association, died last Saturday he finally explained"Pm'tfolnar t. dom Sharp announces\ the.:folhrwine sub >olet 1 to' :wonder:if-they were'in the '' ; '
:,"' 1 "' Brnith;' o"'fd I i nof.tha'; : metropolitan brightrightwhile (J s

"I;. ; S.t 8..WhIt... .Sta.... r'ba'.back-7otr: ,'.iJ.attiorme.tlrakith:" ; tine. , have. givenme.. The. 'big! -thing about *Pay >>.g'y-Saturday.Ufrt Ledger "Rube' Lament' "and' Mary: N"piers
ltbtden.ElnsoDbggsre l : WiiTr3rbns. :: uOa..g.Jt, y'* tk Mrs Stevens was well known in Kissimmeetttoly it =the ,co...,.,. Sunday' -afternwo*. TbV* Face"*of ; as-Jiiwself" and EanjeraMa-,. 4r
_ ;gL bjuuBogeia. ,IsaachrfOay tbeey.nd-u tuimnhe.' ; r1J"l rl*.amongW. .,C,. which""rtaj:bren-shijrwift'/frtth-thtsfe *' Cfofet;" Sunday nif"The'Penalty put over' loea1..ade'' and'mlrth-provok-' r' (1
' : "' _TI n.-Yhgtia' Hall .oJTwtor.Irt,.the. > q+tim 'tltli3y\ T'U :.drtH.;having lectured heta.several "-. 'n o t,101 vJ\ -"e".w.1.iiitif-: -, ef .pI' ;""T -''A"'XneekAt.... lag bits In th. ooold: <"Ihtbe'styW''K'
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O come, all ye faithful,,'joyful\ ( and Sing, choir of ,.j'i > Phone '233: 103( Park AVy.> 0l ct | tOMBIMCD: '. '

triumphant, > tat ion, : .r:..:+: )o: PURINA RATION .
O come yc, 0 come ye to Bethlehem;; Sing all ye citizens ; t .. ..... _PURtNA'. . -. ? --.-' --- -_ '
Come and behold him, born the King CJ1ori'] to God' in" ; : ---.----, "" CHICKEN .

of angels(Aitor'earh11: vvrtn't' ) Yea, Lord we greet if l B. DICKERSON PURINA '. ,j CHOWOKR ...

O come, kt us adore Him, happy ; | HEN ,
S O come, let us adore Him, Jew, to Thee (',* ; 1 CONTRACTOR AND-BVILDERBrickIayinp CHOW If '.yi
O come, let Us adore Him, Christ the Word of the Father : :'v.
Lord peering/ ; I Lathing:;; Plastering, Iv
JOY.( : TO 1'HIW'OIu.n I ) I I No.- 121 Brack Painth'/C'Street/ K<* \lmmee ,
Joy to the world 1 the Lord i ilt eonv..Joy; to the earth, ; I I
Let earth receiveher Kin*; Let men their 1. F. KKIBBS W. J. STEED
Lt.-t' every heart prep.ire ;Him 100-11, While field and KRIBBS & STEED t-
And htav'n and nature sing and plains. i ;i ; s
And hcnv'n and nature sing Repeat the OUl1diJ I i, Altomrfi ..01 r'oaurlere iit Lawhulrree. r
And heav'n and nature. !linl{,' Repeat (the + : ; "'l rldirmrrtl .
I Repent the !< 11 ( rm.' ".<- !. alllullrd lisle sad

O J.I'irI.E )WN: OF ::\ :; I I dtalrl C' rte This chart shows how different feeds affect a hen'sayinK. '

,rlllUMr.s nltooKS I.I : ( : I""I-T JollNKTo.NJ! O. I*. OARHBTTJOHNSTON ) Grains make many yolks but few whites.

O little town of l'lhl<']1'm:0! : ear may hear !: ; :
How still we see thee lie; But in this. v.-orld j Purina Chicken Chowder and
Above thy deep wi'd-dr-enmleKH sleep Where meek souls [ I I make practically an equal number of whites and yolk
The silent stars go by; IItilh' : I)Of'icm' \: -11 and 12, Osccola Bunk '
Yet in thy dark Ftreetn shincth Tho dear Christ' ) j I I Building when ted together as direct :d.This .
I I1o:1.
The H'l'rlastinheht; show what happens when you
The hopes and fears of all the years' (O holy Child of ) ) ]) Ies1M11GL: ; KI.OIMI'A test two columns I

Are met in thee .,tonight. J Deervnd. LMuvwu ) ; : / ( I feed Purina Hen Chow: alone-too many yolks.. .Then
p 'Cam out *Wr Pin --- when feed (
show what happens you
.How silently how mleritlyThe He horn in us loday.J :: \ I' T. ieplwnravivre'.. 1 No.; 53; ReaIdrnee. -'. f ixt two columns
wondrouijrift i* iv'nl. We hear the : I MI . No: 313. Purina" Chicken Chowder only-too many whites.
So God impart, to-)Imnmn. heart1* The great glad ; .
J \ Hauls: S.IIO: (o 12di1:( ; 1.00 to S.OQ Tilt last two columns give a picture: of the egg
The bleKsinirs' of His heav'n.: C) come to us, abide I I ? you
Our Lord Emanuel: ) II f I DR. B. L. W1LKERSON production you- get from "" -

SILENT NIGHT; ; I Purina Chicken Chowder
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Silent; night holy night JlIIt'lIlho..l" sing 'o> i"v"r The Mr-sail Store. PCRtMA and Purina Hen Chow fed

All 'is-ralm all is bright Christ" the Sax jour, -.- iiEiiGiO'f cccrqir.g to directions. CHICKENffl
I Hound yon Virgin :Muthrr-and ( hild.,! (Chiist; ', the Saviour, t I) I
infant tender and, miM'- I : \ .. CHOWDERFLORIDA
Holy so -
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Auto License I .
+ Sleep in heavenly peiici1. :Silent: night holy I ,
Sleep in he.venly:\ pence! Son of Cod; love's ] I Store Eggs Guaranteed '=."
I 'Radiant lieums' from \ Income Tax Retuins or other: ,tc- II'I I 1I

Silent night holy night, With the dawn of l I I "Olintlllt01 k.n".m I Phon- ua your order today.i .
Shephfids l ijuake at the sight! .J l lsus, I.oid!, nt Thv 1 i : ] ", | 1'1.! State Hunk Building c;;:
/ Glories; stream from heaven afar, Jesus' , Lord', at Thy ( I.I '
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t IT CAME: ri'ON) TilElIn: NlfJHT; (' ;. i
Jt came upon the midnight clear] Look now, for glad: ,: / : : DR. R. J. DENNING FEED STORES
That glorious song of old, Come swiftly on the ,: : I' J DENTIST I
From angels bending near the earthTo 0 rest' beside the : :
: Over the Postoffice.OFFICK .
touch their hams of gold, ] : And hear the angels | I,]
HOt'MH. 9 to 12.3U. 1.10 to. I I
the will to 306 Broadway
"Peace on earthgood ; Residence Phone
For lo! I
men lye I I : )
From heav'n's all gnu-ions King." By prophets seen of -Office Phone ISfe
The world in solemn i-tillni"-s lay Wheni1h the \" 'iJ1.11ored.,0; : I TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
To hear the angels sing. Sluill come the time r
When the new \ ( )! .
O ye beneath life's crushing load, own I P. A. VANS AGNEWOKF1CK8 Call No. 218TWOONEEIGHT
I Whose forms are. bending low The Prince of Peace : I ATT'1Ry= B4-AT-LA W Up
.. who toil along the climbing way And l Uie whole \\ : \ .
I. With painful and! slow! song
j I Winter Park Florida) -
Which now the ) I'' |' I

HAnK TIlE ItER.\LI ANC.KLS; St (; I : ) : :
(HAKI.KS" \\II I] ;: .. I
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Hark the heiald nngcls! sing, Mild he lays His / I '. .: ,
Glory to the new-born King; Born, that man no I ::!!) | :: ] ':.'lTIC'EH'I\IWI.ItANI'IC;) ( >
Peace on earth and nH'I"mil.1 l Born to ,raise the ': (1)111' 1N11'.IMI'A <:
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Cod; and sinners reconciled! Born to give them 1< l I : !( ''':. -- ..'..I, 1 11 THE CASINO ENTERPRISESInvite
Jovful. all ye nations, rise Ris'n with healing in ', I :M ON r.M[ GENTS .:.
Join the triumph of the skier; Light and life to all : < :- ; I I1.
With th' angelic host proclaim Hail the Son of Ri: I:* :\. J. Croxxder, Agent, Kissimniui! >
Christ is born in Bethlehem. Hail the hea\n born I I Your Patronage
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1110'1",10"1( two line K ) fl IN'|,> ] :( ;; -.
I\VnftHHi 1 sons\) :
Here we 'onk a-carolling We are not daily l.., CASi; ii.LD IHJI.SK: : :TA.M \SI\0" (('It. \R SAi 1 AtE

Among the leaves BO green; That beg from / rCf.I-:; ..." (I', -e, )5.frc .- : t1- Best tirade; of Ciart
Here we come a-wand'ring But we are ;:
MEAT (' r* .'J'-i-!
So fair to be seen. That you have ,, : MARKET Ch.o\l. g v,?..ll,
Fee ,.. .
Chorus jvi'r, ( .lrt.'J C.:=a'd.', Et.:

'...,::. iLovq and<< Jov come to you God bless the. Mr.ster
,i ,, ''al.:"' JAtvl a Joyful: Christmas, too; ".... Likewise-the \ ; t Fresh McaJ tand CASINO \\F"Cn.slI-H."NO CASINO! : SHOE $} !I{>{V
,f Ahd'God'bless you :and! send .' And all the little (' l .
L 'r |Yi>u a Happy New Year- .- .: That .round the J STORE SHOES REPAIRED
.'. ,f And Godsend, you a'lIappy.New< ,. .' "J" .". >',. ' I:; VegeiablcsPhone 91;; A4I;I .1IAGOO: : [ !)':; :\T fEAON. I AILCt"'E, ,
1 Year. .... | ; ''t'? .I AND/ ..SOLD J '(
SOUTH FI.ORIIMm TO k I Manatee. Osci-ola, ; j t-'M1" R. KLlER SHOP
BE THE BIGGEST EVER,. Co, Pinellas, Polk + :. : OtiDEH.S:
- - - > !E "'I- ;cug,1! !, : '
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i i St. Ltii-ie. St. Johns \ --I i A "I U'jSIVO
: 111 With 'exhibits already contracted| -ter, Taylor -and I ( a-I':: : : \ Al-F: :

i for from more than thirty counties of f others to be added M. TILLER ( \ "

Florida:; the great South Florida Fairahd.Gagprjlla i, few weeks.' ,, i' : ," 41N'w.! .) ,JI'I".lfot-J.( : .'. ., TMLOK SHOP .
Carnival for 1923 will I I I That rivalry will ) .. i i ':r'ten, :'reta'sA< /
i Real I I U.t ,
,be the biggest, best and most comprehensive ever thi4'a I' (' I Estate agency.aaaaaaaaaaaaanNaaaagaalga.r. I | t A ." ,i.-l and Repiir, bf an
exhibit of Florida's pro- ,i: is assured" 'bv the !1 nrE,' ",:..'. ., .\ _. I T '-..
dqcts, resources and manufacturVrsever ing made. for the 1 : j, Really Bought and
1 sold.
: held in the state. Additional Some of the (' (' \ ,
room hag been provided for the vast (considerable more sj : Houses rented Your
1 For Service
: array of exhibits; the new buildings 'alloted I to them; i| Taxes paid and Tides verified
including a $35,000 concrete and steel individuals and / !; for(
grandstand to accommodate more tracted for display ,
than 4,000 people, asHure\less crowding ,J- 'i aside fl'o"6the 'i! Fire Life and Accident In J. E. MONTGOMERYThe
and more advantageous displayroom :I fair management is : I surance.'
than ever before .and the myriad official program i Indemnity: Bonds.iEIIi's .
new features prove that the. fair hibits and displays !I
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management isleaving not.hinn/ |ready for i II iJ I .0. 111 ..<. --- -- -- --'-'-- - ---- -- --.
done to insure the comfort and pleas- : !' _
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.ure: of visitors to the fair. Dates are The I
Feb. 1 to 10. inclusive, 192:). II(J discussing,newspapers a I '
Among counties to be repres- nipe counties of }'
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,Among the counties to be represented I Apalachicola river. ) i I
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by large and comprchcnsivq ( the stable more I ---
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exhibits at the coming fair are: Bre- land I a..111uch MHtcr : / ' ( for Rheumatism' and
yard Charlotte, Citrus, Clay Columbia I thtfn it now has in ) kinds of Skin Diseases and Stom- uh
DeSoto Escambia Gadsden : iluubltS.
ida ]legislature! of :! J i
Glades; Hardee, Hernando, Highlands! j jter before it but it I : ';t --- . r j ,.1 a
HilUborough, Lee Also ini'nerul ,
Leon Marion, will continue to be water for drinking s
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; successfully treat the following din SPECIAL NOTIC&-Lf I Phone! :1'08( I! Kissinmee, Florida
J esiwa by the moat eintific.) advanced 1-----
; skill, earnest efforts, fidelity j
methods to
which are uniVeraally indorsed obligations I
:=:, RhrumaUsm. IlUdder : and an established. reputation in FOR SALE
h 1 ti !
t Sciatica. Affections. accomplishing results) together with ,, Compliments of The Season rAre .

I CPicStone's. ContractedDiseases. lI.iellthc;< equipment, years of experience, i I
appeal I to FIVE Extended To Our
Stomach and Kidney your intelligence and discretion; OOAHOUSE Patrons
Trouble Diseases Men. in the selection of u physician to treat i

h i Blood Poison 1 you, tome to see me, and investigate \ with
All Chronic and r myadvanced water -

f.' Blood Epilepsy and SkinDiseases. LinpertaK Diseases.. rr . universally system indorsed.of treatment which' is ,: light, and bath.; two I Osceola Guarantee Title Co.

.. Catarrh All Xo incurable cases porches all ,
:t Disease ofWomen. Forms, I I r , accepted no false! promises made, no screened ; Gar. i
I Catarrhal, and Other : /": glittering, impossible guarantees given i age andBEARING
Pelvic anlt" Discharges, : .. 1 advertise what 1 do-.I do what I adverI ABSTRACTS AND RECORD SEARCHES

Catarrhal Pil_. Fistula l_, _- .- Use. Charges reasonable,, terms rang. FRUIT
I J I- (nmt- Der"MT > (No Knife) ed to suit patients conVViienceCall TREES FOR LANDS AND STOCKS OF CATTLE

, ,'' <<'vrn to ronlnrtediHnc .l DR. SpecEi.liat today and investigate mj Sdvanced sy.1' .- On
.1'' depsteM. atitentios' >wrirr blood BROWN' tern *J treatment.; I dj> not allow any:! :. high ground ; in nice
:.. a .llon. : .
. assertions or ntatements to enter Into my ; on brick i JAMES M. JOHNSON
r VI announn innt.. road. If you. want to President r
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;h- I A ..,.. Will, 1'111....... "RkICpeOPle who flJIItemplate taklac treatmeat ian some tct otkn home a ,
lor I have
. perrontl Interview and expla..aUon of m7. it for you at a ,
then condition:. BRONSON BUILDING .' I
';1 DB. FLETCHER L. BROWN . bargain. See the <
owner,, ,
if J k: -Hours9to6'Sundays! ; .' Rooms I5- 8 I i-;....;..,; 1. .

ti-r' -- '{ '. :" Forsyili Sts. 'wnL 25 : UiSTru Street Jacksonville BundingComer.LaHra, Fla. : t J. RICHARDS : . ,",.;. ::

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"' which.are-located p the three progressive. businesses that had the nerve _

to show the people of Kissimmee that the city has reached the stage of

having more than one side of Broadway for general business lines.

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:Dealers .Do Not Have: : .1 IIk

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This Is The Place To Stop At .& -*:s

(The Envy of other Candy Dealers) THIS FLOUR IN THIS TERRITORY

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FAMILY REMEDIES .," : .Good Food, Well Cooked y r,
REMEMBER-., THE $20.00 DOLL or:: .
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY... : ------ ----- u. '1
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VALLEY GAZETTE . ,. :. .. --T.: IJ// t J 1I"'W 1//, . . .; .. '-, .\ .1' "' "
Matt. 21. .: .
The. camels sped on their way 'at AGRPOINTERS ... .. ,..,, ," .:(j.'e'\r'' ,'..... ., ': !... !. :I'.'.'i.f.:'. ,
... BUBLISHED: HV '; '' ... '.. .' a,;t'.41htd; \1
VALLEY GAZETTE night, nAnd rld', .\ ;.. : ., ."".. ,t. .,. ; .
1'HII: KISSIMMEE .the toward the< LUu: 11. WlUtHJM: COUNTY. AUElI/l'/ ' t'If' ..,. ,
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BVRHY? Fill DAY.KIBBIMMBB . light'1'bore W'is..Me. .,: ,'1, Y. ..'. 11\\-- '". ... _. '" .-. ' "

; FLOKIOA, ick"erop.. JTorOceola county will rlr .:
I That shone from the star; and guide< i ; ; r. . r :
W. n",. IIARRIR _._ . them show a big increasein acreage this; .
'1. VANStt1NKW:. -. ___soc'\ry: : Direct to the khan in' Bethlehem. spring. The spirit shown by the
AL H!\ON,, T l-'ICKXL'tr.--: ;' -,,Ellto growers recently indicate there will __

..I II M un-lHIV HATKS They found the Babe in that lowly be a big'' increase in planting of ,
Klntl "'",1), o n* "'...r....*-,-.nOQ, I place spring. crops this ea onsucn, a''
< .Ml I .. 3onths.-{ I.1 beans tomatoes cucumbers okr .:>bn<
tin* >|.y with her saintly face <
Gs, The ;Mother too ;
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On CIp'fluee Their! far-brought treasurer they .p9t.,ttoes, With-) ,a large acreage In Ii

i Entered nt 111* poRtnfnco at Kit..lnrlilfO I pave to her these orofSj! we cum expect better
trial l .
for our commodities. A closer:! coeptnitioh
All fonim; ;qlCf JItton **rp, from 11tIor'"d I. myrrh.: and
will customers
with the bring
-** Growers
.-rtrapnndelts, : mum Te "Ui1 our ,
I by II hf w i )t.' r.. .. The W'illo' Men, versed; in"the Easter httttr crops and! prices for the crop WISHiNG
toll' b.' .r >'luri .1 of i iI \Vhere
you expert: to plant spring/
< "II. .1 j f'.i. -the soil should be in. shay: friends happy returns
-- 1'ev'c' : jtly knelt on the earthern floir"Their clops many

,'orelun. Advrll.'lnH K'i>r, 7THEAMFKICANPI4LSSAS50CIA110N la-art's true homage): they: free now or put in shape at once. Pluw }!
under all vegetation no the soil will
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: Jy gave,
L be I with the needed huniu.-. this period and hoping
4. 'rl: ( worshiped, Him who mill conic t' supplied of joyous ,
FUII.\Y. DECEMBER I 7%. 1922 have See" that your land is veil! drained :

I before planting; take the sourness

tinChristina.- 'ir.e.r. cjuest was done, and! these :Magi from the Foil by the u"( of lime Dud ; the coming year will bring to you
Once again conies haul wood ashi-. Just befo-e thi
t < :
cason. Again is the Miirit of p-o.i I \ altars of Indo-Pertia! bjvned need are sown, the soil mu 't be in the '
ben of condition that the seed<1 wil1r.'ipidly I increased and prosperity. -
cheer apparent. Merry: making i"i ir To. them was fulfilled the P."phl'ls'ord. : happiness
ando off fai-t.,
germinate \\
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1 air. The n-lijrioiis side !i- noforgotten. ,
the .
After plowing, use the
  • ::1".r! #' she I.old. harrow to cut the -wl i unj I level I tne ...

    -XXX----- ERVIN P. HA1.L.S r.cld.! . .. ..
    This year Christmas: > malls '11',"* ---- - ,I'the proper1 ffrtiiirction+ : ..f the - MrLI

    locally than it usually .does. Ki "-irnroee : : 11 "; WORLDS YOUTHLOOKING < reps for the market): ivery imporr-, ,
    is Christmas apnit, TO .\" EHJL\( art. Where. : your soil j ie lacking in.hurnuai I i :
    Ir. better
    you mint t irK-rf-B'-t' the amount
    than it "-ometimo has! been for tLe) ( h.cago, ilL Dec. 20.-"The youth pi fertilizer.. Front five to ten torah

    _ _ _ spirit of co-operation) << which is fundamentally ro;" the world] is turning to America1 iif stable,' manure to.. the acre before I!LI M. KATZ'SSONS J

    from the came principle n- i.ltals," according Ur. Charl.E.. planting will rive y Guthrie; international 'er--etary of humus! and bticte.iu. For general ..
    that wlikh: is i known as "The C'hrin- Met nodi"Episcopal ;
    the '
    *.> League of
    .e Epworth trucking nurpo-'e'-1!! a coiiirnertial .. .
    man! Spirit" has been operating: eon : Church in an addles
    un n',,(.< riding salefc.r'-everalmonth- conditions to' young peopl'---! 5 percent phosphoric acid, and I .

    And it'- ii/vitalile u-pult have heel.. ji ,adci s representing thirt '-on" different r pel cent potash' : will give you good, I
    countries at the f'ojnt-il of In- ) ulttApply ni tV\ rate of 1 f.OO
    rnt. KiKiimmee I'i< svorth morn .. concluded its hession--
    .pp ... which pound1to one ton to the acre' depending
    than it was a year nlo >. Its\ pis tits at the Methodist headquarters l'rii.y on the soil fertility oil, .1 tin] .

    >* b"tter t futr: <- : )December} 8. Practically eviiyliu clop, planted.' < '

    briRhter. its men and l women are "' in this country wa represents-.! Call at the < aunty agcnt'n! office : ,
    j.t the conference. for bulletin'on! the correct method ,
    taking a'n-ftntujce'(' of the little th..i>r- Guthrie who hu .i JJS' returned 1 ,
    1 llr. which, l.iiild into the jrreat.XXX "' om u world tour, gate, first! hand Florida. These bulletingive j; you' I

    -- -- on the socfcl I. economic, political first hand information on planting' / ,

    Tomorrow night! nnd Sunday, nrj'l I aril, / lelig-ious conditions abroad. IKK'.lfcied pr< yaring the Feed led, vaiieties of
    'I that xlhe final] word in the different fertilization, cultivation
    "ill! crops
    Christmas i }itilit the community of Ore civilization of Europe
    aig harvesting, and, I marketing Call I
    1 ret together( !in ('hristn1as( pommunnyninps : *".p futl sing lies potentially with .i' write for the-.e buli-tm! '

    festivities., and I religious n'- ; r.e awakeliilifir youth of the Wolf! 1.1 Stiawbirrieaie rolling to the I ..

    A'side. the pi]. t I "e voung folks of England France. market" Buyers are n the county'' -- .7
    f-e-rvance. from 1i"\1 1-Uu' ".\1.I: '.in ,(. roiiiliUH, land l I"oi-
    will affonlitr -. ( ,e many and other war torn n"- i (-.udt'i buy your produce this sea- .!. ring i.n llu-, InkiH in IM.IIIK'.iinf. !Get Your Job Printing from the Valley Gazettec.
    these jalh'* rings \ .''on. are eager( and! ('}r.mornJC: 1 i'IJ' s-on. The gr"\\ernV must take\ Ciir .... 11,11, .. II ili. .i |p I I. I. l...iu.n .
    they cannot help ha inll: their < lf<--t >. leadership that will lead t the< youth and l park the l bet> rue. 'In-fully. ("u.l ". KKsii'.in'* i'. 1'Lnmy" ( -llv I.

    the .: T'.flav, into u newvir.d. of interna- badbtrrv I '- _u _ - - ---. -
    <-n the fiitdre, for whenever |I" i. out all] inferior beiritfor one Ft; ;., I -
    dtLF. I
    : : 1.1! goodwill l and friendship' in thet ruin the box. in : nl Tu. nnlinn '. .... ...oI' ....... ... ...
    pie get( together for common purpoiiwh -. I will t-ntire ( .. II'"ll.. 1. I < l III 1-I.ntnr.;. |,| 'Ill: ) \I.. I 1 ". . .- -. x OO Ho
    said\ thut
    morrow of nationH. Give,; your grove the right kind ..f. Mr.-. I. j. ( i.S 4
    # n that purpose i Is |goad l.' tiiMomes An.,-iicm visitors arevW' lf!ed"evsv.Neie I (cultivation f< rtili/atiop.! prunnyand, -- .- i 1 i : J". I'Hii-ps j. n. PIIII'I'S
    V of the l.rotlx- I ,1\ M.I. I I.. .1 I. in, .n-,, u It. IP'
    <- a quickening) to ) yhS: young spraying for )icpultCitrus fruit, :
    i-Sy1111I." | i U.d ;I i.i\ M.I i n, t .,1
    hood ilnpul-e. When the pt'--,pie thtm- J -.,,:.. of the old world are turning bring better pries vcry-yi-ar. Take Illy Urn i'-'lt.! PHIPPS BROTHERS' GARAGE
    'r. masse for the fulfillment of then the if -- .. I
    of gool
    in ther' are grove yuj creed(
    elvithi.uph nqt partic-ip.itinjr!
    jt look and purpose that ,i- 1'/1 I SM.I ' I.MII-IUK .If ji J ". .1.
    actual di'ti il.ution, have) had a pelt' "< \v n V irfipian r I them.
    gripping: I the ag I icultarul e\lubt: -I.M.IH. .i.-\, utn\ .n.,, ping, : outfit, VN "iliII
    in provithiiK the gifts!: to gladden 1'.t 'I I I lt- speaker stated that the one \\.11 be sho\\I next month. Save vuur' t' < .h.Oo".1"| / .. .'.' It..". OIL \M: / 4IsoLIiit'rTEnl': : WORK i

    kiddies., they art their hare of tie itiuntry !in the world] that can save product hum the farm and ' ; ".te1.11.'' 1-Il\ i !

    joy of jriMnjr. And the joy nr (rAi: 'T(g : '.f'. nations, from another war i i" thet ,-n for the t.,! Poultry w.ll Ki'lt! SM.K-;- i huh- --iilfliiii." -- n\IL'| fill I.0tTKI IN:' :M'lKK'S- HI' II.DIM: ; i
    Keit, ,f States.! "This will be acconifi' the best of attention and , I
    be given Tin I'.I.| 01. II1. lixtui' "In.,linn' t
    (grows into the spirit ofet c" \ l diplomat" andtatesme i < I I'HOVK 171 KISS1MMKK. FLORIDA)
    by it.i prizes offered for the winner- I \L" I Mtf.ii ':
    : -n.-t------ :
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    \\hit1r ". __ .. I
    with pultry mm i- demands. of youth. oa: .
    Starting a uh |t.\ the In fn'-t parewill 1 < ('hen fit, lir-i ', ooooooooooo
    the nation: tha: ) >/ -AI.I : I'M" .1.1- J.1.1.'i, '
    but the |"ro\'rbial l service into Ir. i." June ayert anothei ..' tnationaluj. 1 I.. ,I..I,., iii. .'..I I Ii, ,., Ti.ultrj. )-'.unl -- ----- --- -- -- --- -- --
    the spirit of grI1 ravel," Dr.1 Guthrieaid, i" that < t'l :S: THE STAIE MARK ETING:- ; ''i ILuul I ,I-. : .....I 1. ...01., I.M.110) i.t. Kln-' -
    giving of "..If. Andhen the u'\er If the hew iileaiisn.) resident] ri, HI'HEn' . .' ill

    ", and file of.t.M citizenship gives <.;' the hearts! and mind of the young, I . i
    F' "t \1.1: u- T" TZ Kltitr'c I '
    gelf community prospc'ts.xx .., the continentu'ei. ." Iawarding I II I 11: you want to -.end something nut j'lul 1'iailUHlly/ in-w AI a 'all/N We wish for 'ou.'CI'onc ..
    to the K( neri.l vcrrtar''t, : I'. > our friinil-4U( (,'.'tertdi .- ioi, n.iii'U ir," -"Vlly.IlJ"JI.Ji.'i r..a'i.-"S .
    -- xt I tae. -OIIM-ll") the' -.TUI.1l'! II .I"r'tma<, wiy* i>-'. t-y so! )a. Florid i in I. itt-- A CHEERFUL HOLIDAY SEASONAnd :" > .!
    The ( (Ultmasp lII halieen, a.imira'oly .I- iifffl'i-d in i. '. ? (II', wh.not < uhM ribe for' :;-r---: : :- to-I
    I erv ('uuntl'Ihat wa < | < >nges > ; . I. LL'.I :;(: ,.I.DI. \ll I- ;
    demonstrated in otheiay>. 'II.V or affected by trii ivorldtrut: n Florida] uapcr and it will be n weekly . nn" '." ., f 1 : i mm.' ;; thank you for your support.
    '1 'J" the youth of' todayii- tired IIf reminder to your "ndt-of-stau i S 'M "P.. ...i l i I".. ,. j i Uu :..'
    of .
    difference opinion 'j
    A week ago! . .
    t'1"I : *- .la] --t I KHIS' v
    .i.itied, and entanglements! : and :- friends! ? \' ... .. ', .. .
    sometime.1spread into heated argument I. I'llll.I \ tl.i| >" "ill.t ; S iECORATORSNext
    i IJ) 'MID-STATE
    '-ui-.e-fring for international good I 'I.41\t g
    ; and hasty and 1 1c' '..; friendship, around) ) l i ,<- (gt') ,!I.e... The Institute of Ameriian' :l1t-It' -- .
    women stood for their conviction ; j i' m country to. onrtry; : I I'Oct..'' Puckers .">(df!/ South Wabash avenue, I",.'.!: ,-, ,' L-!{:: -*.-.. \ : "I... '. .-,- i I It ,in', : .ion I :Newhv Inn
    .1: IU-.J.i uiS'i .i "i.r i- ntl.ll I Ii
    ,etched with hw the. (:pre\ Chicago: publit-ht a monthly Neal i . ,
    and worked for them. The people' ] i n. I. .1"l : IakI' -I !J. .nil, 1(11
    made their'choice.. Has heard sit i '" anyone brotherhood *s. entrusted to all producers. It is; sett free on re -

    1,1'1.:'; any unpleasant word since then .up-> i him I ,in pfioh nation that' h$ .vi! it - i ; ,' .i" 1rchlnetrpeat9Isl.w. : ', ,,. Apply 391 Main
    ,:'; .; '; :'''on J.hnt:''." ,._' > ?,.'' au' .",
    : \ frit fld, \\"E'roo pr -'- .
    le of < -- --
    whosefcauee'f lostrhavebeegtlle'first *'lr -- -
    was .h'rittlj, ,fl: : ; : I FOR '" r :f.; I' l1t SJ"' r .)edT I -
    to 'embrace the winning; issue! Sentd) to Dr.: France ,Lawton of'Mn Relative to the youth of Alii'-hun an.l. ,. firm, club ,, each *,t The 'Jaiette ofil<- Daily Car Service
    Trulv the Chi list mas spirit prevails. "h,1sr (> tw >yv Touring
    pn.d 1'.'d .e ni' 49tfLOST
    ., I ; he 1 ; .
    fjevmnny. '. ,
    J JI I'I; "Ji MuM, n IJO.'' < i r't\ _h___ __ .__
    xxx- "-.i-iiiinliu' \Ion: "taint! i' , 1 I', :. r .' ... .
    : !li I 'j \Il1..i; (f. ', u.igh. , ..n 1"1 I 1 I III
    i And n.ori', tlian, thr ihti'nii,. )! ., 10 the!' pi". 1 rl.' ., ' .. ,","' . ,, I ,. .... I .. ' .. : \ : NiSSIMJ1E11NI: D T.\MP\
    .' .' "j'" : "i ,:. : .
    \t quart(1 >1171x11III, 1 sruppr, '' >l._>> .- .:Man'| . aiiMo 'j- '- '..' I . ;"'. : 1 .' '" -I. .' .. / .. - .
    'lo, I, | lull r ,i ( ,- " A n .1 I
    Kiooimn\, thls-we.' k. . ..' .5
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    KISSIMMKKMVKES TilE ., : .j i in',: o1' )1..1 J .. T'. ;r -- - -),.

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    J I II' tl. Hi 11| MI i 11:11'i; | I 11\1.I l t'1' | \ lI>
    /- ( H.\NK: ; ; :i'-HNU I\ST\LI.\lifl':' M'N I Iu ,' ., "I, .I'i* . I ,

    ruNisi'i' JOHN'S: \ '> .." - ( i-ilK 'in- ,
    : ; : p iiii.iii 'U'- I. I., ., .. .
    id) tS
    r i l'impn 1'n me I . GLENN
    : i I r.d 1 ROSE
    Conin.iinn'" toIn "f (rove r.n.i, . I "'l""C: I:: '.. .' ( ). .. :' . : . ., '., ', : ",1 :: '; . I : I S ,
    101Cumn. ( , f t. 1 AII ., % ,.,i". i iI ,
    ("riK-il IM KIIMIMII i-, I I. 1-1' a '. ; fe1'! .u : , - i I -
    loion.IIHlI1aj tuv< rnm< nt for.iitn-v j . ., ."'. e ( 1 I.apl./-: : : 1 :L.\ \1 \ 01'. .!.. .. fii'iiii') "ii <'H' i>- nvtrk- FOUND 1'11'' I :

    in Florida; is font 1"'I'ommthl'/ haij.* .. .:,.1"I : jOI'\1 is,: -'I: . :a' I I.V I. i for curd '-kinwhic tieo ,it I r ,w.0,11S. .'. .
    showed how suitable. The .. . ;.j".J'" ) 'I". I .l.'.li U -.a -\ i t4 1h.1" I --- --= = - '-- ---- ----- -
    sinceTampa ni.'J ',.' hlIl. u bla.V .. .
    rn. 01. bjmfii-g' top ,
    .. .,. I ( "p. e i"> i. l.\ |I' in'
    !i. fur t the lari'i , of af" ( n '.I. u I.I I.- .. _.-
    heiu-licnil it even I II" I J" C 1 e ' i II I.I .. .I" I > I I. i -ft.--'III ,..,.. --
    cities. Kissimmee has Lien "'I'Pld"gout v,,ill') Itl' attended bt.." fanhIiI. ,, I I I JII2"J
    I.eroningr -. n'. 1{, ,. I.. -I,
    for some years 'now. It is 'I I' JOJ, uf tho n.l: ; .
    with all the proMe-ris 1 : .' ;.".1 dO'1 t t'e f --- -
    a real! city, Ill' 'lib will be serv-c' : :
    and vexatious things that (To with loll ,serVices. I Chamber of CommerceNotes .:. WANTED. MAYONLYTHE BEST YOURS
    the. advnni" ( -. ..ral je\\tl-l .:. .:. : - ---
    city srovernment. Seems , I 'It the, evi-nii.i; V \'I I i;i.i i in..i ;.: .1, I..I| , vi It|
    made and the other UK I'.i'V \i.-t. ) a''i' ,.. -.,., .
    by Tampa .' ,ii', pr< Rented t''< : - -- : 1 I.rd Ti 1,1| T. inni. iiiiu
    cessfully cOl11mloion-, o\\'rnNI cities Pay: High l iie"ts. A Ti-iiiiner, of o\ t.ft'iwn .:- 1'1 'r. ,vtIr . .:. I ''I. .-II' too ininil.x trail. '1,1 ivwntiuif.
    of the state it decided that the \ben fs-eited, amonK : . '1 ' > I,1 I,>V I in'n H Via t I .Ih I ,. d.( I IIi.i
    ,. \isitors av' ) . . . ? .rv wAeni| (1,1'' '10,1 ..
    JB none too goal\ for it. .1. lf..t ..f Arcadia ; : THROUGH THE COMING YEAR
    \* .>.m are Pr.: A. J 'il.Milt 1 1,01 Iull 'I', .. f. .N;oo 4111 I I
    Situated as KUfimmce is, in tlH' l H'linji'Thomns of I'attirMir!, (;' 01'fpa. I h all; the good! cli.v.of the ;.'11'.1 I Jonlfi-r hUIJIJ"1;> i-I., | .,i ii c32tx ,

    midst of the most fertile] valley in ti.t] iTia! 11 C. harper\ of Pant City. neie i I' II" Lt-tter day than' Chrisimaio :>

    state on waters that mnke J tnllHtion" of the following! off : find e\iryone'-- htait open in the1, 1 vN 'Tl I --r.--t: :: .n, I-i nI, I.ool'I.r\1, :

    navigation and with a cattle 'POoooibl"l r.- uf O'unire lilo--om Lodfiv! V. A" mood for I good I i..I1sh: and kind-! |I J .,,n.<, 1 I'. lr.f1'I'\ v S.V.I I I.IM, , 1(17(
    centered there, it has all the A. M.. -Aill be held: i-am L. JUJpfer., I I!''I'.-.- Ii !i. pre-cmintntly' the day I IA I.- '1.,_- .nil., s- . | I',,, In 1 ?. .

    nR-pB that fo" to make a big| prosperous Jr. WorshipfulIa: -tt'r; .T. I L. OVH.u I hen nurrierof" nil kind that may i -- __ __'_. .ILx: .

    I. city. Its climate i is ideal its people .< "-..t. Sinuir Wardon ; George T. at other times exist between people I 1'.0/I: 1:1.: \I'. NI..IS;, h I h l four

    are metropolitan and the "back -'itfli "r, Junior WardiJ.:. ; J1:: U llau-i: IJ1 any neighliorliocxl" aie down.! It is I J rw'nod' I 'ill.. I.t, : p.Ilu| i ,i. ul.i i ,i.--.
    country" is uc-h us to give assuranceof ..<.n.!! tr, usurer; !F. Byron Artie, st'c- \* ith tiii-! ..all,.- spirit that the f.'luinivr ', ,II., ,.I 'd II.I, I"" !r--f

    agricultural) support without whichno ttary ; .Nathan:' \ lIt .u". :SaqJo'; ; ) Ika- Io: III! t'ommi-rcc, most hl'a'\1lv' ex- I I '
    city can become more than an artificially 'fin; t. :M. Sutton Junior Deacon; A.1 j j' tendt[ !" each and c-veryorfe IIi Kisiimmee I |I MISCELLANEOUS! TO 01 MANY FRIKNDS: ) WHO HAVE HELPKI -

    stimulated thine- I Johnson, Senior Steward; Leo H.A'llf.dii and (Ohceola county season'syreetings ; i>K( 'i' INIT; ll\Ni| rent "
    .Three good men have been elected. JunIOr Steward ; S. L. Lupftl' J! /: a Merry Christmas and i iIIai : !: I iipiineil, :I 'rh; ,- ':;;" io iught I. 44If soliunl \ 1 I I ) I'S TO ATTAIN THE SUCCESS THAT WE

    1 commissionern and with the selection i Chaplain; and T. N. (Clark Tyler pyt Prosperous New:. Year. "I -------iI-'
    t of a good manager: Kissimmpe will) -,- -- AT1AI'TI 1 11'-:11; CliAl'KS; l.rlniiiilnu -- ARE NOW ENJOYING ANI) TO THOSE WHOM
    I | ri-liuiiH i-lKlili--n niiiiilh nlt.
    Moon be ready to start- on its way to tho Arch -
    officers of Royal 1
    The r plaining I'l-int
    I an iirn-nxo and I :
    it I bigness. __ .::__ I Chapter to he installed are: W. I j jI I.-. liHl.-pi-ii. --- fruit lnvi1 m-nt In Aouth fiult 1 l

    1 President Harding'g paper the I King Steal! ;, JliJhPriest Sam Brammar; J., Nathan Scribe; II. .1'1 1 ti I jI jI\ thiH.itru highest|"'-H pricesye into Klori.l.i'InU-i.ilnr-, '. and! : YEAR, WE WISH ALL OF YOU THE JOY ANIX

    Marion (Ohio) Star, says, "Since, the Jratton[ treasurer; George( T. Sigler.secretary I they li.ivilieen doing. w<'Ii|| I.'", .-,.p-
    federal government declared war on j F. Byron Ames Captain Bonn other."I".1| l fruits nlno Ir.... HAPPINESS FOR
    j the rum-runners 125 prohibition I ; Sojourner jI lilui-hirili s. lil.irkl.rrili-ri, II".I. .pmcliH. ) T :tr.
    of Host; Colvin Parker Principal I "- i-lf Full !Information f re. rntnlg I
    have been I II.
    killed and dvert
    agents 3,500
    ;; F. M. Morton Royal Arch ) Adapted Nuraerlv.. T.impa. F'lafitSte'
    wounded while the fatalities to the I CaptAin J. A. Sutton Master of '

    boot-leggers than fifty'" have amounted to less First Veil; J. H. Lord Master of Second of- I SEEDS-1 Veil: J. L. Aldrich Master on our Hat send hem nnd adilroaH
    I Third Veil ; and T. N. Clark Sentinel. for your ropy. Thin hook will I eontamn
    A surprising example of what a FOR SALE'OK valuable Information. for; both
    farmer can do when he follows the There Is no need of sending Florida the beginner and expert. Send name

    advice of a county agent was seen at students out of the state when SALE-Young Chrlatmag turkey., Plant promptly.City Florida.KII/IOHK SEED Bl-Stc CD. 1

    r 1 the recent state fair at Jacksonville. we have such institutions as the University -' grain fed and .elected settings of -

    I In one heap was piled 105 1-8 bushelsof for men at Gainesville, the eggs from pure blood White Leghorn NOTICE\/ OF MKKTIN(i OF STOCK- i
    corn to represent what farmer for at Tallahassee hena. IJ.OO for It. William T. HOLUKHH. I i
    College women McLauchlln, Lealey place on Orlan
    j ,' had made in 1922. following the the; John B. Stetson University at do road. $-ltz Notice la hereby--- -given I
    " J' agent's adrice. In an other, hu '.as Deinnd and Rollins College at Winter will be the annuAl meeting of there the cotKISSIMMEE
    i piled 15 bushels to represent twk average Park, and Southern College at FROST Immediate PROOF Vegrtabl Plant.-For tockholdrra of the Merchant.* and
    , yield for the .tat*. ThUidemmonstratlon shipment extra fine Farmer. Bank of Klaalmmie, W.
    lakeland. The university ba buildings stocky plant. Early Jersey Charleston at the office f bank 'In KuSlSS7i B. MAKINSON
    was In the Duval County valued at 9475,000; the college Waken.ld Flat Dutch cabbage. ... Florida' on 5lrt Tuf. >av. January z3. (
    a, I '. booth. The corn was grown by V. C. lor women $795,000; the gtetaon University MIl Boaton._ Iceberg Lettuce. Early at 1:10: pm" for the purpose. ofelecing
    Beets 0. ",Whlt h ad.
    Johnson Dinsmor
    "J a dairyman.'and the naulng
    I $1358,000 and Rollins college 1 Buncomb CoUaxda, White Plume year .
    '.f "- 'W. .I Watson the and the transaction of euch other bu.-
    ooanty agent 233000.( The Stetson CeleryPrepaid mall
    Li University hall 100. fOci 400. ;
    1 4 1 whoM advice contribnted to Mr.Johnson' -endowment fund of $1,023,000'and : I U...; ItOO, ,*.... 10z?rem. 1000. ::T5'"ck"trd.j."p'rlv: come before FLORIDA TELEPHONE No. 123,'I'
    1.i0 10. ..
    ;. suCeegsy .. Rolling College ::1 ; .0. Parker Farms. JM W ILLSON. '. ...
    f 203000. I .-
    f Atlanta, q a. .!- :*:. I-U' C.ablu. "'t' '" : ; .t.

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    _ _ _ _ _ VALLEY GAZETTEFRIDrAT.' DECEMBER: 2210. 1822 'I ..... rim
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    .+ . .. ..4WEATHERREPORT... .. J .
    \ .. Th' Kisslmmee ', \ 1 '

    *. .* Florida State College Xlub For Women from t at e'. "ERYBoDy'oY1tTHE. ELEON .THtFQRUM'- venmen'-"M t t t'CU lthat"1t)oq t.f P','"'i'd. .o"th. .
    Tallahassee : yx* i'i''F.
    arrived home Wednesday i j I.I
    ' ,
    V' and yesterday, These ,1 r---- ',. "Iii's> I Againthanking )'ou'one and 'an, I
    KIsBimrneegWUwho ;
    Official Bulletin of daily temperature . will spend their (Continued from Tar 'On.>>> .', amY UrI Very .truly. ,
    holidays here
    4 and precipitations furnished are: Helen Ames Helen ThPl\'h had 'a pleasing thought to F. A.. NAVE.,
    Bass Carolyn _
    NAVE -.0.1 __
    by Kissimmee Cooperative Fripp Norma Griffin add. "And under the comrmssionmanaffer WOODALL
    Marpartt URGES
    U. S. Weather Bureau Lasley, Dorothy Miller Lois UveV- form of' government I hope S BOOSTS KISSIMMEETo
    Mr. and Mr*. A. M. ,
    Mathews 4 Station "
    re- for the'weelF ndlnr street, Elizabeth Parker Muriel Pren- we shall be able -to do this at M lesser
    tuincd fiom Torcnto- Saturday. 4 Friday, December 22; tl"e. 'Emily Sanderson. Ada Louis' cost to the taxpayers. ' the.'Citizens of Kissimmee, Florida -' Editor of The Gazette":

    Air winterhats t a biff rektuetiolT.D1r3. 4* Simpson, Mary SingelUry, Mattie A. S; Gilbert, the other newly-elect- ''f It ls generally customary for awinning

    ) .J. D. Woodbeck. Date Max. Min. Prep.' ( WUnford,. Thelma Sutton, Mary Til led, was the next victim of the inter. I desire to express my appreciation: candidate and some times a
    .- .. Saturday, Dec 16..84 68 .00 < ler, and Carolyn Walker., viewer's curiosity., lie had been for the Splendid complimentary voteI losing; candidate to thank thotr

    M,!', and Mrs: Hunter Dillard. of Sunday, Dec 17..85 .65 ..00 > -- promising himself a few minutes di. : received as candidate for city com friends for their loyal support I rep,
    Odl: )iJ. Florida! ate visiting relatives + Monday Dee 18.....&5 62 04 Mills Elizabeth Aultman arrived ,In version and_was cutting short a mealto missioner I desire to thank one and resent the latter in this case and I

    in. Kissiromee, . ,+Tuesday, Dee J9..85 63 .05.* Kissimmee Saturday for a two week's get a bit .of needed exercise pitching all who voted for me as well as those want to say to each and every CM'
    < Wednesday. 2O..f'7 <-o .44. visit with her parents Mr.. and Mrs.S. a game of horse shoes. Far be who did not vote for me and congratulate who was with me in this fight now

    , Expert kodak finish ing at.Minick's 4 Thursday, Dec 21__72 52 .47 < B. Aultman. Miss Aultman has j jit from an interviewer to interrupt a : them on the excellent choice that we have lost out and us there

    ] exUit Drug Store. 50-tf v Friday Dec 22. _.&, 4iJ .u\J'\ + just come from Spartanburjr, S. C., man, thus occupied, when ho (eta so they have made. I consider the three I will be, after the flrst.of ApriL 1923,
    Readings an made at 8:00 a. 4 where she has been field director for little time for recreation. So the conversation gentlemen selected as outstanding I a commission-manager of POT-
    G. II. Plata and family expect to m. for the preceding: twenty-four the health department in organizing I 1 was postponed and tried on citizens of our superb little city, and ernment- for- Kissimmee. that it is

    occupy tt.) .'ir new home on Broadway hours.. < county health units. She will go from the telephone the next day. "Why, I I assure you that I will do all possible I your duty to give to the,com mission-

    by. the filt: of_January.Barbecucd . ALLISON T. FREnClI.oCt hero: to Tennessee where she will be I was( very much pleased to be elected to assist them in every way in promoting j I ers and manager your undivided sup)
    0) Co-oporatve! Observer.Mrs. + field representative: for the AmericanRed ( as cne
    irt-nt on snip every' day: .. '0. 4' 4. 4. 4' + .... 4' C. c. 4' 4' CIOBS in the western Tennessee ( form of government and I ceitainly of Kissimmee.: I did not feel that I ''by them and be as loyal tq them as
    at the Whit;.' Kitcnen. l-2tx: 4t: !: department, having secured a leave thank the voters who gave me their was entitled to a position nt this 1 II have the past and present officers!

    of absence from the health to I ballots." Mr. Oilbeit/ questioned commission I just 'of our city.
    Mr. and Mrs. .1. work j a!? am a row corner
    to :M. Duncan left : B. L. Dixon of O't"g'oIich: assist her former organization. 1 1 1 the pest, "just' what do you th'nk and am not fully acquainted with the ,I I believe, in fact I know that if the
    Saturday e'pen.l the
    holidays with !lean, a'rivvd( in Kiairnnee! yesterday . .
    --- -- -- about this commission-manager business needs of our city. I a.)' r:.,uh, and commissioners can find the right man
    their daughter. -in Jasper.Reserve . .. to frPPT1 i I the winter wth: I.e.daugh MRS. PAUL STANLEY I anyhowf? Are you ns sti'imgfor willing\ at all times tj anything I for manager, there i is no need for any
    ..- ters! ;Mrk j. J7. \\ oodbe.x!: i.nJ Mrs.Geoij.e KECilSTKUING; ADTOMOIIILESIriformatinon it of these enthusiasts?'.' that 1 radical
    your taUi- for C.T-istmas: a acme possibly can to promote the interests change in the affairs of the
    dinner at DuPont'g Caff. . Gardner.Mrc. I has been'sent I The reply shot back the quickest the of the city. If we all stand city.and right here I wish to make a //'

    I, r'ni''p: Thtinppon., wh. has out byComptroller I rmrticular questioner had ever heard together shoulder to shoulder with j motion that I believe everyone w'll
    that fi.W
    Amos ] :
    henry SinKeltary is home for the b'kfl VL'.itlIg: be". tla"'jrl'lt :t.g I Automcbile I'latcx him talk. "Why, man, there isn't :" the $gentlemen have selected\ giving -, secondIt, even Mr. Katz and Mr
    holidays front tl,6! University of the Ua ,t.s -in8ci.. in Kiimmce: for 1. License! muts be on carsby : man in town believes in it more thanI them our undivided support, wi Gilbert, that G. W. Persona! be made
    .!;>o\lJ.ho at <:au..ev:. Tennessee. two month!? returned her ,. January plates are 'iiowready. ilo! I think it's the -best thing that are certain .to attain great success. '. our first mayor-commissioner. I
    to .
    Friday Sec Mrs. Paul K.
    :\ Stanley- I '
    -------- j could hn'pncn to Kis immoe. If theprhpte Without our co-opeiation it will be know he would fill
    I horn.. thd'place wi h
    Cecil. .
    in Grbrgia.j A. Nave's .
    Murray O\cr-feet! and J Joe Soars I office or .Stonlev's Pharmpov. -| \ will stand by us while wv'ie tiiflicult for the commission to i endor honor; so wculd one of the other two
    arrived in Kissimmce from the State j G.o; *! town propertv to.for exchange / who is in a nosition! t? fill' outafiplications I getting; our beating.-: I think welt the best services, und 1 stand! i but on ('count of the large number
    furnish i
    University Monday to' upend the hoi- >-i-o\ e: will give or tale dirTereno send for, license proper weightsand .!, moke"this city better than we'd ever ready to do my. part in my humble ,'of votes he received it would be fft-

    itlay _._ u'onlin.r to real \clut-. :Nvlfon: ; Realty I -.----plates.Adv.11EV. .- dienmt'il, at out it's being." way. If I cannot be of any other ting to give him this additional honor
    Company.M .. I F. j\. Nave-well, to lell the )honest service, as Mike saUl, "I am a good! ; but there is three! months ahead
    Dr. M. E. Bramball. of :Memphis.Tenii . __._ W. C. NORTON: SUCCEEDSDR. J : brick 'before
    I truth, the qucRtion'aI1't.. asked him, layer, and I woUld be pleasedto : the time .wiU arrive for thlt'and< i expected, in KUsimmee, : l _. Il-11i! I n"I'1"ll'h.1( has! teen IIODNKTT AT KISSIMMEE: as the feeling was strong that he was hc-lp lay the briik on the new pavIng I many changes: may take .,place

    today. to vifit! ,U-, Burrows. !:? over 9I| ('fIJinr! the past tv.o moiiths, i in Kiunnmee I I inther glad he was on(.- vcle shyTTe": tliut will soon bg started, and If -bcfcnrthat: time..

    Chri' e.I" left fiuher home i-XGerni: "hree years. pastor of the Methodist. c little lurking. suspicion hu'1 lather Put said "I am a good shuveler. ," and and peaceable. I don't think any one
    Exct-lltnt: tnl"L"rr101,1., (1ea. ton. Pa., list Sunday. i hurch at Arcadia has been desigfnateil -''(.ontinu(. on some of his nroje-t- I will be pleased to assist in laying;; can charge me with saying one word
    I-onjr time to pay. Nelson Keilty' - | ) as pa' tor of the church' of that I which are enthusing other O.sceola! the tile] on the 400 acres that wj that any one could take exceptions at

    Company. _ _ II'. and Mrs. J. P.V.lttfr.. and tienominatioii in Kissiminee. Or. H.I I I county peon'e, to K<> and do I likewise' should irrigate the coming season. i and I had only -one insult offefel me
    Burton Ames. John GiHli.ini. and l t'ii-' <''''J'ill.j (;tOte 1 iiflg.: <>f Alton | F. Hodnett who has terminated hi* I than to hold public officp. Anyway In other words I am ready to render the whole four weeks, and that was

    Henry KJv.ards drove to Kissinimeoyesterday III., who' i i" xppndiny; thc winter WII"-: pastorate, in Kissimrnce! is assigned; ,! i I he had sent in a letter to The Oazett"expipssmcr any service possible from sweepingthe late Saturday afternoon. While I

    from Gair1<' \llle| to -spend them, left thi morniiiir f>r Tamp : I to Clearwater within n. few miles of his views long before hill streets to any task I can perform. was in company with half) 'a dczcn of

    the holiday Kp'-'iid' the )hulidays with r .'at>\e'. I Sutherland, where his family resides turn on the scribe's list catnc.. ItV I have noted with much pleasure my: friends a man pointed to me and
    with his son who has been seriously published elsewhere in this issue the splendid progress that has taken 'said, "There is the only d- man
    Furnished, Flat f'oi, ici.t. W. B i' :Miayi.l, 1 Mt... ". :S." A. Bsg-J. .,. w.t'i'thii ; ill for Rom time.The I A. Rosen came next. There vas a place in the last year. I believe from | who is working to defeat this thing
    \Harris. Gazette office. 14-tf i i' duup-Sti' BIT" fnmihI II i :MIH. ;\1. FL RatlifT. lro\1.-' t<. Vmat'llti: ] I .ist Episcopal church of } he haM bppn setting things done Ki.Hsinimee, and I might say of all yea is and has never' attained any-
    (;. A. Shaw f Atlanta: (Jeorsrin. I isa ,the" l 11111. pat. nf the .i- ; i ,'j".: 2 Sunday adopted the following :
    : the
    i < during\ bis. incumbency as a councilman surrounding; cities of our magnificent -\ thing higher than janitor of the
    visitor in Ki'mmt; thin. week, and l aiuit'iei' du u.rht. .I.. Mrs.l F. E. F.
    attended the Chamber of Commerce no.", f'.rmeily of Kiimmee.. | Whereas' Bio. R. F'. Ho-lnett I II. >.. l bp he would 1 have liked to see those more )progress in the last year thanin I deemed him beneath my notice.

    meeting Thiiday.> :\1'. mil I :Mri.- -;i. I D. A -a. st al.i.rixpi'Jl" I :vhn has been our beloved pastor. for things (in is hod and have a part in any five years previous. When I I I' Our ship has been cast upon an

    Gerald Hi i i" home from the Atlanta < t f( i. ( ).i p'lu (;ii ,)',\'. rs, !left i the piist. four years,, has been axsiRni I{I 4)10111.) Hut lit wasn't downhearted uI look bask at the vast area and the unknown sea and given to the reefs
    era < i 1i. the church at Clelllwat..I', by1li
    'l'hiii.-ii.i\; ro,- l.uin'hP > I hit. "Hid'OU I vote against! me ? gicat army of population just north sand-bars and the waves without
    \ :i necessary;
    IVntal College to spend the foi ",' Confeienoe Mild! ,':ill therefore. i Thank you. Thank eveiybody who of us shivering in ..cold I realize that.| hurt or compass. All that anyone
    amiMrs. and a }holidatrii> to inur: :: nierhome I
    with h.s; )Dr.
    holiday' parents, I D i -r. Thev : .c: t. I t'tInuk 4 .011 depait. fiom us; and \otfd against; me, I they did meI f.ixoj there is not enough of Florida to jo can do is to. hold the rudder true and
    M Knei i'i "\ < e\p<
    1' > on tin.- job in about .> v. n I. Vvf'iereas, duiinij his. pa'toraU* ",( -." Whether seiiou' 'npss was hid.-* around, when they realize the great( trust in him who guides all things.

    Fine stoik fnrm.; pom! building: | IMS. church he has stnven !vo earnestand den under a veil i! of levity wa a quo ,- possibilities of our outstanding. state. Any one who is a passenger on

    lots SlnJ on term. Nelson \ "',.l J :\I" . I 1I\j.I L.t ..'.,:, .....eHIt ,', untiringly i for the upbuilding 'lion for" moment. Hut only for IIi For instance, the county I came from this. ship and sees the breakers ahead
    I i. '.i.1. .1. ''''ph) Lanl, ".' Avon I..J and temporal good of our V cluiioliaid I his buiinpis look on hn fucc "t'If> able to own a winter home in Floiida., worthy to be a seaman.

    :Mi' .1".i: Mr.1 K. ( ;iillipi-t left k. J\u. .'\II't :\:1": .., 1..IlI' Hs.-. ant! community hi1 life among1 UK !1'. .lie' pie hll\',> elected a good set of of- It is just an average; (county in Indi- ,I i Stand by ycur ship.
    .111 l / ti.) r' r'1lnl; for Jacksonville, In .1., uht ,i.. -'Ii"l i f: .,.,. 1a Hal'' I and! his i manl.vtrhararter: and I Kiholarly fiiials, und( I'm \'er much pleased to nnn and with ninety-two counties in I,i, A G. B. WOODAI- .

    10! ( nr.tinnwith then' daughter FiIDt.\ ,, <1 f"111 .\\ n 1'.s. :'.111- I ample wjll mdl.hi") 1 pieicnce see I the i'omiiiissioii-manager I buxini""s the state, ami, as I Indiana is just nil {! _
    :'11 -. 1.,1.\\ ,n I'ound. ( .lay.. ',idly missed. ; adoptid. I'm not a bit disappointed, wvciRje J stntv\ of the thirty-six states I!
    n I I Therefore, Be It Resolve 1 by this you understand. for I'm fpr'ivissini-; tributary to F.oilda] if 500 familie-. '' A GOO FRIEND
    Expi'rt k. ink! tj..r.nnl/: Mimrk's. E.: E.: :' 'tlm. of J P'I: ; I Tnurd; That in I llu- mime .n.1 1 behalf all the I tinVfWf'ie eoing.strong.. witlv IiI"'I111."T". in each family in ,;
    Rexuil ) "lOtfJ ( .. .. . ,. t. .. ] I of all the people of this church ,. npp --. --- '
    Drup! 't o-v. I'll. "t : t ,J i I. : -c- \ Wd'i we and we'll I !trouper.'H.nll pull Indiana vvoufil.: came to Florida it stands
    go .. when
    I 1.111.,. I I/om./ f"111'I." : i ... .1. E:, K ( ,' (te! xpre.sH" t tii I Dr. I IloiUielt our licmtieJt I would 2?: and from A good friend by you
    for the of the ilv andsh mean : 0,000 people
    I together good >
    (;, ,.r,'. c'n;i te.t:u i' .' has I leturnod ...t' 'ik IInd i i" '''IH'r"ti.1.' '1 I. ar thank") for his mini-.liutioim to the in ne 'd. Kissimmee people tell how
    P 111 Ki s- in-ii.].'> from Atlanta t where he | I ) :, ., 1 1R is. and,- ,' ri.Iation orlin < \v the men wh.i were elected! thil'ty.sixotatl'S .tributary to Dean's Kidney Pills have stood the
    I".t; in( ""I( hnu" '. TJ" -It "- nae I our i c ((Pu in Florida would have it
    we'ie behind; thorn. we populationof
    that light ;
    I 1.ItH I.,' -u ..'"I" .iroj'ijr}: nudial( treatmerit 3 I tfcst. W. J. Joiner supt. electric
    11-1..11\1.) t""' 11)1) (':' "t' .\1'1.: t. iimrageous an 1 f.iithful and lovribjo ,
    i hol-ned in the over 8.000.000 people and vVhinthese
    f.ii, i.- ..r1I(! n.o'ith-. ,, '. Y'j chainoter I mill) example, and Kep 1 Floytl c-i piot plant of 201 S. Orlando avenue, Kissimmee. -
    l H curi I I1..1 .
    , : ___ t tings! Sat 'sit tiny. 'His I I nan'C: wa..n'i people I tuti ire the oppoi endorsed Doan's four yearn
    I fr..od wi hex for him and his in
    TiJiuid t-. ..I"I! s, of bnlrol!" Michi) \iri-: C. '< tl''y. l'i, 'i'- i < i tohHMmm.e I I on the bill-of-fare. But. iimsmuen! c f Florida and come to live with us, ago and again confirms the story

    i iKaii. arnvrii in Kissimme.; \Wedne- :Mnml.iaft.i r..' ..n.nie Resolved Fill i ther Tli."t t wepioseiit '',fa lout h |K'iinini.shi. |) hud been directed you can fully appicciate the fact that Could you .ask for more convincing
    .tHY l riiirht to upend the winter lit hi'. ; I his and! sis ho polled the nextli.rnel \vp must have a place ready for them.
    rof'f',1| l month"( :Sh, .- rv. 'itly the o'iznlll; of this resolution to l 110'"- wa.v l testimony ?
    horn.. 4irhunh\ str't.K.t .h"l1 I \' .i.iv: :M'I""I i \>. 'old f.i I II'r Modnelt and finni-ll ropies to tile I| vote, be wus given\ an 1111 r- I think we shoul. i .start at once to ,I "I have used! Donn's Kidney Pills
    i I "Man. I told, I wasn't n p' pure for this great on-rush that is "
    lifor ( "u itnins. i i e_tiou( !, i>*".c>.il'/1 \\ .* ** Mi.iniiDa t ;imal! press. the Kliuidn ('hi, iRti"1 \ 1- I logrition. you off and on for years says Mr. Join
    i' 1
    rve vi'.i't II".litlut You heattl! till t the comImittce ('lImingthi" year that came last, and!
    ( "I think deal of stoopingis
    cr. a great !
    I \Utiopuh- orate, the Hoard of :.Steward-,
    ti'im.e.: ut I'ont'Lafe.. __ I I I I I absolutely would not "run. I Inppll'l'illl they are going to increase proportionate what weakened kidneys and!
    I I. MILCuliali ;-.:esl.'t.; J.-, ,_ "'1l'r'. I ( (tarwnter, nnd spread! a copy "upon !" the vd,' I got hut I I'ouI !v tach year and cur great op brought on attacks of my kidney trouble.At .
    Man( 'I fhu'ulay l I December :21 I. minutes. I'
    't.nj.l.I *'i, I'ltn'urli'f-( itn.l l ""-('1"11' ' .1- 1"tm) in't have the job. That don' poi tunity is before us if we prepareto times back was mighty painful
    1 ly He\ ,; A :Su'tnp' '" Sain ( 'S'SP"d; ) M. :M MILLF.R. my
    :luitand ::11 f.i. ti-n .''JIMHI 'I I n'J is-i : >>* It li I! mean I I'm against it. I I'll admit I waion take ('al'of them. and 'When I went to get out of a
    ril I K //t'III. <'orn A H..I. ., of ?Hii.t. i U-ud j|i .j)lw( >.'- ..I'll.. .I.Ill'; tfll lull ' .1.-r. .luJ( <- I W. U. HARRIS :I the fence, for a while. !but it- vote i We have mote natural advantages chair I had to brace my hands on my
    -- feme1.i"' "ilmil.iilv ;.1 . put uittdjfor .1. L. OVERSTI4KET.: I I, now and I'm i-iarht with them. I honestly surrounding our city than almost any kneel: My kidneys acted irregularly

    havca,. 15c; haircut S3r; children, I a few Uay* l'ecel'lh.It ;" feJintrand I. L. :MARONEY. believe this L' ,i4 city In' the state and if we are just but as I always use Doan's Kidney

    2Cc; at Casino flarbeop titpr:1": ni .w *nd. fcnefe,Jn W$* tf t'\/t I j r : o Committee I I the best thing for Kissimmea. and! progressive enough to avail ourselves j jof Pills at these times, they promptly
    . '-!- -'. '. ,l ," i ; the that 1
    i r _- ----_ .. I'm glad it won,. They've eU-etsd 1 a great are rid mo cf the backache and regulatemy
    (14v4 I.tnJ I '.j.Jl'Ji'e'; : Business! l'tIt'n.JCllIs has also. good tlckpt and I'm for them atlprnqri'ca before us, I think we should RetI i I kidneys I recommend Doan's at

    Mncwi, .. j1jcPtc restitutionsasfolIowKit ." ,.r .. > ,' 4 .. ,-' goal of four miles of newly paved I every opportunity." '(Statement given .
    J. ,i ; "' "' 11 I
    and '18tl''ptR.2OOO) ( acres, of sub-irrigated .
    be 10L'ltted.
    thb Clark'cculdn't
    mee' n 'S 'T- N- March 26 1918.) ) '
    Mr. Hrtij Mr' R'lf.ort. M Anjran" -' 'TI: '--- 'Hulftfiov( "street near Whereas, Rev! R. F. Hodnctt 1 n. I)., it is with regret that his ideas land and a population of 10.0/)JO pcopli -'; : On March; ,13, 1922 Mr. Joiner'ad
    vi' s- ,,-,! I(1., |i ( -1 r "' ..It! .nee, ..i'lj j ha* liopn the pastor of our I haven't been heart. by the, interviewer in Ki-simnipp in the nxt liv,' Jed "))"an'K Pills, always
    !., ., ,' .-d'i .' . ". . .. i-hurrh) iinii teiieher of our elasfor t have the : Kidney
    I' J' .I I I' ;g < I I .1 Vt't.W..o . for tim.. unanimitv of opinion iv.prt : vi atWe : .put live! greutstHulierrv lelieve me of uttacl of-kidncy! d'"
    block MM 10" ",. ...lIt l ...Ill .. :"I. ;\..). .'; uiid ei .._ eightt ii :\". .i.: r.itu. past fOil' yeaihas, been nIJJM- .-oil elsewhere compila t the ton I proposition inplendi.i,1! oider and! I never ; oppoitumtv --
    r.. ; 1 !. ." twjudI 1 1 I .j I I l.\ I lie f'onfi'i? ,"i"iii'i- to t thii cluiri''! \itUon, tbat) : he would h.NaH abojt form; we have demonstrated I thiitwe to i... them." ;an
    . Lj.' t'Jc.i1 \\ atj1., nnd! will II."''ilj2i: .c de. II.IM' land sub P
    lie ..kno i quail us good ]; for' .
    + tht otherdid.And I HI .
    :0int all denim's Fohtei -Milburn:
    t <
    ; ,. a '
    M ..' i ". ;n \1 \ ." I i. r\\ .i.iri I I. i p ,: ' i i. t. '. .. .. from" uAnd: I1 ri rinlion as section' .i'i
    .Ity f .1.1' um( ilV I! ; i -"i I < !hi i-t- |I' 'niwit, ; "-\C".i.'. ....,11 .,-.Il ret this( i "'h.I"II.} i ( .. dunn, tb'->. foil.. \,, :aiI bones, jilinut "avmir I i i what he I be'itMMr. '-. Florida : VM' hu\',ally' us fine ;.1 c'i-' Co., :IMTis.: , Buffalo.. N. Y..
    l l-'li mmg already on teioril. --- - -- --
    (111. .. t t.1, A .,': .' t. i I' t \1.I 1 .i,'i DM' I ' I 'I. "111 I.I'I' I.i -. 0111 tiiuhii. ,. l hi) fiat hfulli ;( AI.out eleven wits C '('tik' Situidiivniijhl ) niati' .1,. am eitv in Flmidi" .' Tin1 following signs can bp PU,1'' ,' -

    "nl l ; ,1' \" 'J <' .\1 a.. t '! ''' 10\1:11'111111..1' ( -"'' i'i: *. '\ ,i "j i -.1 ..fli..i."tl\, llolll- till' W'llk" HVin ; IIP culled 'I 1 he" (ja/.elte /1'1.1 I wii have K--s 1I1 'f''I" than any city in I'd nl The (;id/ettp office for 10o eaii, ,
    .. : cl ii .' .. I 11'in.\ ( '..inn'* HI ' ,'''n. 'C'" i : t hl'l (nnd I 1 len I'i r that we t'i' I \oi\, how up did the xotft 'mil Fl.iriiln, : wi' I .IVP inoip ilu.-ip: ; lai":' i ii'i iI noollFor Rent: Furnished, Room-"
    Milked, .11I ;
    M .. ,- .1\. I ,t.-'I'! 1 IL' '1
    lc\ > i '.i' II' I I1 !n..* ; J., III... I.Ill' I.I.SS. .Ill- --i III\\ Hill '111' Hi..I I the ,'ollnt.Ihall. inv county' in Fluiulii "- For Lii'ht No Tre
    I 1./ j l. : ,' ,.. 1 I.' 1 1\ 'nniiiI'nvl. : mi I the) for and< .against" 1 the oiii.iu ;
    ,.fr f '. '
    I 11- i 1 : \ J '\\ t with j his bo.
    i ii--.ii.1.11'/1( I ii ) n sij l"n" ''I.1'1'' have more nppnr- FIJIHire No F
    ) I ''L I \V4'Z. . -iid .. yion', Wion he' xagixen j the liiruiii |I'/I' s; ; Smoking; i
    : ( In. j i"\' and his 1II1111..I'IIIIII".h i tmiitiiHum ., locution I be found,
    l I' "I It t..t si\tx-live majoiit I I I I I iinv to Kint.: Foi. Sale.Subscribe S
    J\I. J"I I Jae.: .f'e: v YOlk shutting a
    .i. .1 i le.ii;; uiiil p.i-tor: t hiiMlu. '''i Hi and I w'r shoirld I congratulate ouisel\i'-m .

    T J' .. I. .1:...... ..f n. t 1Ifhlll,; (r. :-:. p..f.'r.. :01..1. I .M-( ;: I:c. ', : '.i "I I bli'--!!!/{ to e/irh(. of t us( line.Vtlt fur t the rlijiiter:, let's )h"eveiybody plied. pull'flint t 0-- Oil, the 'c !luniro to I the new f"1II' i'i for The Valley Gazette.
    I' t'1in . ,' ft I.; K -(
    I ( j .III' J *M I Now. Tl'i.refoie He I It t R, -nl\i'il l lt btins \
    ( rN"'" i ''T 1 Ii.'m. t tllii} wcf'i ".' wi-tk t" vi.i' their >r.' r ,....di /got her now' and t I forget our diffpienres t( "-
    \t '
    10, tt1. !1"lih, .. ;'t 1'''i hi t lass" that we express to I l'i."i.t ."
    -r.n.l) parMr I'rofi. . V . \\ai anil' xvork foi KiisininiiM' .
    K.-siiiinii'-: infh i- --- -
    ri ; ; fin
    1Ih.\t\ t our lu'aitv! I apiiicciiilion,
    111.1' I Mr. .)7. :M. (; Irdn ,
    ( ;m ;: r. 0 ;. hw"ir , Stanley Bullock wns nil onthiiuistI '
    of the "'
    -- -. pi tin HIK -ti 'J.)} IllS mi/ll.\I'al i ion, ,- so rlienfulK' ( reiiiii'ied. -
    jfor thiiteen. vealpi lor tij > 1 j- ai"f Hiul his Kfbol.ii and defplvl I for t the iiiiieiitlnieiiti and was one ifthp
    I of (
    1", I'1 bi'At '.f <>I1'pl1nlc' j ceptani'c of the piinviv'MhpJuincv ) the l pious example Oui, coidial gOod (
    I to help over the adoption. -
    Nelson S ( sihooU. nnd hns. -i ht uffriesids w'sllps: foi bun and his etri'medfnmilv put
    Ileultv Company
    I 1 Hi1 XMirked for, amendment
    - in this county. follow tlivm in their futuie SKIN DEE'P
    Mrs. btlle) }has s.dd. hei : :- delils, of labor.Be but the intoiviewer hud! never heard
    liiindKomo I(1T1g( ilov in (Cape" Itrcezeaddition 1 Mi"I Stephanie Lot-lie! j';: :.ictive I It Km ther Resolved : That weuresenl I him MIV. a word to anybody about vot-
    to I Ii.i Hus'. engineer o'n the / ni trident Qf the) :MtPow.-l I .I,i-t *,< mak. the original of this resolution.. i ill!! for him., The committee, bad,! fn-

    Nareoi' i ,,rh/nh, of the A. C. I I.. Ry. il'\; m"'!heoi' ; of ChicuKo. ni-ri\i-l in Kis- to Bro Hodnett fuinish <'COpies to the ''lIJn'l'h'ntly acted together on the
    - - .("PI1.Monday: : for n I I"'t"k'- % iwit I amendment issue and each inembei"
    | loi'al to theKloiulu ('liiistinn
    MiM.irtjin: ( P.ellp HMII I .. I" indo |, with :)\.Ir. and. :MrI'. .1 I }:oriows. Ailvoratp: pn-s ulid to t the MPII'H Class nt I! had replied i "% OtO fur( the men whom

    f ill I of t thi V' .mll1J1' -chool Winter I' :\fi.i Loebel ha a ny.r j : habit of Clpai'water, nnd( spread, a copy on oui xou think would best lepref-ent you:' Christmas Day
    Ilavenyill ariive home ton.fhl:) to vit-itliif? the Huirowp faalllanti: : thorere'f class' lecoul, book or words! to that effect. It hadn't

    spend the holidavi! with her" p'1r..nt'.1 I acfinsition. | liv. the Kissinimce, n.; : ',V. PERSONS; ( I' boon agreed upon but that's. the wiv I IIn
    ..f the out. have been bit
    f'l'.inl'! 'OJ 1 roininiiii( ; secretary it worked! May a
    E.; L. GREEN.I. ; .
    Mi-s; Clua Tucker! i i' a' .homo fiom i and! hi' family uri r' sponsibl'- L. MARONEY.SI.NO hard on Hulloek if. ho. really wantedto _
    War l-Belmimt IrMiLoebil's tint v)- .t to Flor- I I Ix- elected hut he had played I the

    , : Tenn., to spend) the hojidays: w"lj her ida. ('.\ ) THEATER fame. "Well. Stanley," interrogated "Skin Deep" you will find a strong plot. With al1OOh
    f'"rpnt9.11': and :Mrv. .1 I.fV.tI Tuck- -- ---- the interrogator, "how did the vloction -
    "r. . j I :Mi IInl l .Mrs. HirI\I: I.bi7ison: arppiti KEING. ; RfcDI-XOU; ED suit you ?" "Hum down to the marked .by) a face repugant, unforgettable ; a

    I \ ,i In Ki-"!min I ground ;
    The curtain at the Casino theatei: I jail-delivery that the gamut of thrill miracle
    Six room douse, on ( Hiirh\\av) ; fiom \\ i lniirton I D. ("., to visit their has just been redecorated bv Robert .' HCo it vst 4 easy to see that he mount S runs ; a -
    tin!" fruits ; huuhc modr-rn j11; rnl''e. I daughter :Mrs. R. G. Minick. Mr. of modern which transforms his features
    Kchler.! local artist! of the Mid-State it. "It's fine for the city, looks like surgery
    $4000.() 1 Kiipy; term- Nelson: Realty .
    Company.: I llulniiuon-''n, \<-ho't m line prf-od.-nt: Railway" of Association the Amer.I decorators.been reduced The and advertising a beautiful space scene has i and more going progress.strong.Headed I appreciate the right; way the and gives him a face to belie his soul ; a woman

    H. M. I'funn-visited- hi- ..lauvhtr.Mrs. and If one of the twelve .railway exe- depleting the San Juan Capistrano. I' votes the people gave me. but I'm who accepts and betrays love ; and a girl who takes

    W. J. WarinR. at Lakelan. I, last CUIIVPK! called into service durinir the from El Camino Real is readily recognized :i tickled to death the way they voted] him at face value-and makes him make good.
    United !States railway
    of the : "
    for the charter.
    Saturilnv. 'Je staten that slip in. still by those familiar with southprn I
    Ierioully ill, and that her recovery is administration. :Mr. Rooinson is also I- Califoinia. The mission, with the And that seems to he the spirit evprywhprp. .
    and fnifcinator! of the recently -
    slow president snow-capped peak in the background It is mighty pncouragingfor ; .

    -- -- organized National Transpor- and thp rows of green trees, arc a : Kissimmee's future.COUNTY ADMISSION FOR THIS SHOW
    Mr*. Dora Boardman. of New Albany tation Institute.MISSIONARY cieilit to the artist and the manage

    Indiana, arrived in .Kissimmee ment. The scene is framed in a walnut 1 1 :' COMMISSIONERS! : ADULTS 35c : CHILDREN 20c
    last Friday and l ig spending the win : SOCIETY HAS and gold has relief. The pros- APPROVE OFFICIALS' BONUS

    ter with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Done- INTERESTING:' MEETING. cniuni) arch and! trimmings are being ---

    gan. -- redecorated in orange and sepia. i In special session of the county This show will start at 2 P. M.
    The Woman'sMissionary Society I commissioners last Friday the bondsof and Will continue

    Raymond Swilley left Ki"simmee of the Methodist church held an interesting !McCORQUODALE GETS RAILWAY the officials elected l in the last
    Wednesday for his home in Quitman, meeting at the Bungalow PRIZEA. general election were examined and until 12 P. M.
    Ge rflia. He has been visiting his last Monday afternoon with Mrs. W. approved. Bonds were presented by

    cousin Hr. Haynes Brinson, for a L. Poulk as leader. Mrs. J. L. Over- G. .
    McCorquodale, section mascr both Mr. Baisden and Mr. Phillips - & - -- -- --- .
    couple of weks. street discussed the topic "Broken of the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- and, on advice of Pat Johnston, attorney
    Homes and Social Efforts for: Restoration way last Saturday received the prize : for the board both were approved -
    A. Kanner, of. Kanner's departmentstore ," and Mrs.' W. R. Richardson of fifty dollars in gold for the best leaving the issuance of commission -

    .. has been confined to his room presented a splcfndid pape'r1on "The kept section in the third division as county commissioner to the
    .- this week as the. result of an automobile Mad Jla of Ui :lPurh." Mrs. I. L. which includes all of the trackage: of elected official to the secretary of

    accident.! His car turned over Maroney'entertained the ladies witha this road in Florida. His section Includes state.. Casino Theatre

    last Monday morning about four Christmas story, and Mrs. Stanley Kissiromee and. several miles The various funds of the county

    miles north of1 town. while be wap Bctfock with some pleasing vocal I selections. north and south. He last year won were distributed to the two banks in.Kiallm .

    drivinr from Sanford and he was . Mesdamea McPhatter, Mc- the same distinction and this is the e and -the '.two n Saint ' "

    .z' vnAinfulJycut about the leg and thhrh [ Kay and Richardson were the' hos-i first time the prize has been won two Cle-ud, which were ,named epoSItories -: .- : 01', c'i, .' 4
    ;:5: by" fla(i froni th. broken wln4sbfeld. : tenq""for the afternoon. ,times successively by the satne man. upon furnishing proper .-bonds.w. S'I S I

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    proceedings Of The I probably large enough to '6 Bryan Co, mule feed------ dose \ r
    Johnston County surveyor. 08.'o (
    good exhibit the price for rent Peterson, road work....... (2.OA '
    County Commissioners $160 if'they were held for M Cooper. -auto hire.__...... .. ..00
    date fixed for fair. Upon '.... Hrunaon, Fowl work.. &1.00 I '
    The board of county commissioners Commissioner Ilansell Cooper, road work..... CI.OO 1'11111 t"
    Weston road wClrk.... .. 11'.00 ( sSl
    la and for Osceola county, Florida, Commissioner Wetherbee, and .. I-jtrtln., road work....-. 42.00 :
    met on December 4. Chairman E. lu ried, .Mr. Wilson was m Clemmona road ..ork...,_ 68.00
    D. Overstreet, J<' M. Hansen<< ; I. .H.WVtherbee try and get-rooma for less. Mr. B Hansell. Kas and oll......' 27.D2 SANITARY DAIRYCO'MILK&ICECREAM

    '" ,A.-o", Baste and W.i' G. Me- Ion' was then'instructed to S Floyd Hayes. nupplles.camp_cooK._.-................1I1i0.00. 7.GS: Christmas 1s 1
    Clelland; Johnston Garrett, attorneys with the work of getting up A Co.. road uppllto....... 4 20 ,
    for the \bald, and J., L. Over- Commissioner J. M. Ilansell 'lor System, corn m l...... l.T.i Ii
    clerk present.The Johnston mod Parsons, one HRddle......, 13.00 ,
    rest were a motion that J. E. ,
    E Roberts, road work-------. CO 00
    boar(1 was called to order by engineer, make estimate of .. Gazette, legal printing. 2,60 I. '. | the 'day of all days when the ,biscUits and
    '. its" chairman and the minute of the of money spent, on the .n 'narb..r. road ..ork._.??_- 32.60 t4N r
    November meeting read and approv. road from the road and bridge L Warren, road ...orh.___..__ fcO.25; 0-irltttt cakes must be good.
    j __ .
    M Lanier road work ._ 12.SO .
    ed. Motion was seconded by C Outlaw, hauling lumber... 12.Art
    i Joe E. Johnston, county er A. F. Bass, and carried.H. W Batton, road work------ 69.011 r I,
    presented estimate! of 'brick receive M. Katz reported the C lIc Co.k.y hauling!: lumber14.00.

    on Melbourne road work during: the "iip-n boards on the north and : .. Ada Ua child.... oar..._DanBrowns' ______.-__ 30.00( ) w Breadis .
    month of November; estimate of linen. of the county in very bad Drown convict .Kuanclv45.01 the '
    work on Pine island road by I*. II. tion and innitttod upon the board HuKhey; rpad ...,ork.___.. 26.00
    and estimate on them and C Arllne, road Work.06.00 Best '
    Ingram, $270.17, injr straightened )
    / up Bann, road work _____..__ 40.00 MILK
    proposed change in road to Bogey ,good shape. The board assured ". Barber, road work_____. 20.00 OFCHARACTER I
    Creek, running through. Sensibu i Katz that they would have the Barber road work__--.__ 17.5( Cheapest
    1&'e. ter attended to at once. .. Evans, road work______ 11.70
    board instruct I Peternon, hauling ....-- -- 360
    clerk saked the to I
    The The of '
    matter approving
    Irath.r, road work-------- 16.00: Do know how good Food.
    t' him what amount they would county officials was called) < up, L D Ovreiitreet, Innpection_ C.OO you
    'Inflow the ejection inepectors general I I view of the fact that some of Weth..rb.... same __________ 7.00 our milk is! ? Have- you
    will insure fine not only o0-
    A : ___. ___ superlatively baking
    election November 7, 1922. Thereupon bond! were not presented, Fon. supplle 6.78 ever tasted It'?! Do we
    \ E Brown mule feed __ 48.46 Christmas but day.
    on motion of Commissier A. F. Rioner I. H. Wetherbee made .. Urunnon road work------ 260 I deliver it to your home on'e'T
    :Bass, seconded by Commissioner I.j I that the same be paired to Bronnon, road .orkh__ 7.6w
    H. Wetherbee, and carried, the following meeting/ of the board on Friday, Brown, road work__--___ 20.00 every morning! If we
    <'le Brown road BtUa C. K. C. W...rhe" Co. .
    don't py,
    allowed get acquaintedwith .
    amounts! : which time
    were comber 15:;, at .. .
    I <>I. Hdw Co, supplies_____ 38.26 _
    Inspectors Precincts No. 1, |10; of banks for appointment its .. Simmons road work_____ 136.0 it for your baby's KKTMOVM.: IWD. WHOUB0AIJUM. ORLANDO

    ,, No. 2, $G; No. 3, $6; No. 4. $lOi 6 No. depository could be taken! up. G ;McClelland.. 111'<>..., road, nupplles roll _________ 233.76 12.00 take.(' . . ..... . . .. .. .. .. ... . . . . . .. ... . ...
    ft. No. 6, $4; No. 7, $10; No. toft; I tion was seconded by ! pay -
    do Ui. $4 No. 10 $4 and No. 11, and carried. .. ..... .* Garafre. supplies __ 1.00 ___ ___ _u____ _______ __ ---0- ..1>.- _
    F. Bass
    v, ; ; A. D Makineon road ..uppUes65.09 NiTARYOAIRY@
    $10. The inspector returning the ballot J. T. Reaves came before the A Mjnnlck, road work..... 87.0 A :
    box to be allowed extra for his and reported the need of a road O Mlnlck, medicine:____::: 13.CO
    cervices.The Pleasant Htll school house to C Hartley, road *upi>l1.-"____ 16.69 pI5 5e LEE ROGERSPROP J "" T h. C>> mpsa :. s
    II Kempfer; lumber______ 84."7 i1 '
    clerk presented bill of Mrs. Johnson's! place, and asked them Warren road work___ 83.76 our Jrllrman.
    Marvin Dupont for meals to inspectors open the road and have it *! Warren road work__ 20 00 ::114f .
    of election precincts No 1 and Commissioner I. II. Wetherbee Cloud Tribune Legal printing2.00 e / t tALel Licensed Funeral Diredor -*
    F Bass road Inspection_____ 11.00 .r+
    7; thereupon on motion of Commissioner a motion that the matter be Brown Oeo Brown' line.. 24.OO

    A. F. Bass Con to Commissioner E. L. D. 1 C Orlffln. supplied.._. _____n__ t.80 H --- r1" Jd.e ... Symfmtkmtle, $.r., /. r.!
    mincioner I. H. Wetherbee; and carried it in his district. Motion H Inirram. Pine Inland road.- 270.17
    the of same WAS ie- as was! S Johns, road work__________ 3.00 NOTICfD OP SUIT.M 3f.wrr A___ tT a.k..irn _
    payment seconded bv Commissioner A. F.
    Ii.1 fused and the clerk instructed to ad- and! carried.C. 12713. : Circuit Court Ocol& Count, Flor- Hill Grill AikiUiu Sinki it Call
    7' vise Mrs. DaPont of their action. S. Acre addressed< the ..... sad K.rfelt.r* da. Town of KlBclmmee City. Com
    J. H. Rhine. attendance officer that the proposed road L, Comer judce. Ju.. ('oul'tt 12(0 plaiit&nt, Vf>r..".; Office: 14* PHONBS' Residence: 78
    stating R FarrnT. feeding prisoner_ 107.26 Lot 1 Block Bn of W. A. Patrick"eAdd.
    j P' presented bill of Mrs. Brookxhire ror very important, as it would R Farmer, servant at J.o.I'80.00' Situate In KleBlmmee, O.c.- _
    J' care of Clarence Thompson $lfVO(! t.hemail route and ('(' J Epperson, sheriff'I cost ulu County, Florida. - -
    'f l Upon motion of A. F. Bass, seconded number of property owners in Harris'case _----_--____-____ 720 The Ktat.: of Florida to all parll*. Iner. -
    :) I. II. Wetherbee, and carrieJ. the Pledfrer, conviction: fee,*. 16.00 ...ted In the above dencrlbed proprty. : 1
    by vicinity.The
    B Story, game warden50.00 e The. Town of Klaoimmce city
    I.. clerk Wall instructed to draw warrant clerk reported that J. H. R Farmer, cost In t\"l Rob- baa InntltutM suit ag..nU.txtW pri.
    for the amount. I had made complaint cbout the Innon.. cas-------------------- 211.88 .rty for the collection of the delinquent BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
    Lo II. Wilson presented his anneal on road runninl1I0rth/ on D Kellnman cot In cases municipal tazr You are hereby tom-
    : per bill filed--------__! ___ 7.SO mended to appear In sold pull on the
    I report as county agent, which atenue to the Charles Nfid l.t day of January.. D. 1823WitncRu .
    the board ordered filed. Mr.: Best having asked that the 1361.23swlal the Judge and Clerk of ald CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
    Mr. Wilson also made report to the be repaired. UPOA motion of Nee> Court and the ural. thereof on this the
    r board that Mr. O'Dryan had refused Clay Mrg Co. brick____ ___320724 Hth day of'December, A. D. KiZ. WOOD BRICK STONE
    missioner Wetherbee, and #,,' Ilanlt St Cloud Int. 30.00 /. L. OVEFU TRBET, ,
    J to allow the county the use of the Mr. Aehton was instructed to Clerk Circuit Court. STEEL
    I Southland garage building for use allan the necessary repairs. 12102" (Circuit Court Seal) IItlNOTICI STUCCO
    1 exhibit building. Pat Johnston T. L. Corner fl' eial rvblirKy N. F. BASS JACK BASS
    Judge reported
    ..n A Smith demo a< I that Mr. Wilson see Mrs. 322 Royal Street
    suggested! dition of Mrs. Rhoda Campbell, tax collector' report showed 616 Sproule Avenue
    ;,. D. Newby and try and rent the was in need of assistance. collected as follows: License*, Circuit! Court (>'ceela County. Floret I
    old Floyd store! building providing it on, Commissioner A. F. Bass .76.....: poll ta<. 144 *. Town of Klittfimmre/ City, Com- ..
    of ,
    could be used for exhibit building motion; that she be allowed $ ; . county depository showed plainant versus; -
    lp; In various funds December '
    the 1, All of Block OI. of Robert !)*..
    W. J. Steed appeared before motion was! seconded by as follow: Add Situate In Kleeltnmee. Oece-
    board in the interest of the Kitnim- er W. G. McClelland and carried. .., al revenue _u______. -_(106282 olu County. Florida.
    mee Concert Band and asked! them to Report of Mike Peterson cattle and forfeiture _ ________ 307.79 The State of Florida to all parties interested
    and bridge ____ _______
    u :&7..11 {In the above dftecribed{
    made a donation out of the publicity Hpector, was! filed with, the board. road fund __..uu ___ "90C.77 The Town of Klceimmee properly ("lty
    fond. The board having dincuosed! the Notary bond of J. M. eradication u ______ ____ 240808 baa instituted cult against. Bald
    matter Commissioner; I. II. Wether with American Surety Company Ir ----_______---____ __--_ ....CI for the collection of the delinquent property -
    ___ _______ .....
    bee made a motion that the board allow -. surety was examined and nu 220.117 municipal ta" Tou are hereby commanded

    the Kissimmee! band $250! And the The following bills were from warrant the various were fund ordered. a* follow cancell: let day of to January.appear In A.0.said unit 123.WltnenB . on the ... .

    St. Cloud band $100 if there was! sufficient approved and ordered naid: n,. rpj revenue -----___._--__12380.1C the Judge and Clerk of aid
    < balance in the fond to pay ED overetreet. conamln'r! __ $ and forfeiture -___u_ ___ 84661 Court* and the ned. thereof on thin the ,
    such amounts. Motion was seconded J M Hanaell. same. ___ and bridge ___._______ .30".;-(I 14tnday of Ho'TrI".r/ A. [I. ma "*
    Ira Wetherbee, )' 6000 J. 1* OVBRSTREET!:
    >Jby Commissioner A. F. Bass, and car- A' F.. Iaen, .- -. Commissi-------------------! made a Clerk Circuit Court.
    rled.The W c J; McClelland\ Kami'__ -- that the board adjourn to (Circuit Court Seal) l-2t
    matter of opening bids for J I. Overnrreet. clork----------: ft in special session! Friday De- I SELL
    construction of bridge over Bull and Jnhinton. A Garrett. uttoroe>n'_ 15, for the of Advertising is of no more importance .
    Milton I'leUper pros. ltr purpose ap- to merchant than
    a gasoline is
    r Tyson creeks was called. The clerk T L Comer county. judge-. ______ bonds of county officials, ..
    } ";' presented bid of H. N. Bratton and L H Farmer, tare of jajl- county depositories and to an automobile.

    t L S. Jonni. "W"1, ! wf opened ted ]J L. B n BaM WiltonCo.. Jantlor_aI nl---- &.C'F the transaction of such other bun- REAL ESTATE I \hAND

    read; thereupon Mr. Bratton raised D < Bkfcf), foreman Co home... as may come before them. Mo-
    the question of the legality of bid of r) A ness. rare pauper_... was seconded by Commissioner
    Mr. Johns on the grounds thrt' the Chamber Commerce, half rent_ H. Wetherbee and carried.

    notice called fur bids to> be receivedup chamber I>)t. Cloud Commerce_, rent for E. L. D. Overstreet Chairman.

    to 10 a. m., December 4, 1922. that MalB.Ba.e. Attest: J. L. Overstreet Clerk.
    Mr. Johns did not get his bid in according Mr: H TtalknlKht INDEPENDENT INSURANCE
    to the calL! Tft Johnston ;Mfcmiv t'adfcett MAINE, INSPECTOR VISITS
    .* M .
    t. than advised the board that it did not E H Kenyan - FLORIDAAll
    affect the bid. Commissioner Han- V A BucKbt ___
    cell made a motion that the matter John Mettles __. the way from :Maine and back

    .of awarding bid be deferred until after Mm nin na B n Williams_______________________ study the Irish potato industry of GROCERY

    the noon session. Motion was Tod Peterson. ..........._.___ u state from the standpoint of pro- "
    seconded by Commissioner Wetherbeeand A B ,Kennels.------------------ ,and selling disease-free seed r
    carried. Jane Clements _,..>.. of determining the demands for .,;
    1 Frank Evan .. ... ... ._
    in his
    The following bills were presented 1. I*. Munn.-care Mm..Strickland: .grown state, that was! the j
    K for approval 'of the board. Bill of Fog Peterson ._.........,._.? '_ ent mission of an expert.of the COMPANY ,. '
    'Win I. Barber, expense trip to Jacksonville Mrs M Bronaon.._._...,.?,.__ . Department of Agriculture. of ,t' 'I(.
    tax lS eSIlOr's convention 6amu Montudoca ..._... .
    Mrs' H O Llvlnnnton _.
    $18; L. R. Farmer costs State vs. Levi 11I11.e.. expert E. L Newdick-is I
    Robinson 211.38; Miss Jessie 11 M Robinson, for library_ of the. division of plant indus
    Kleinman, coats cases as fol C L Bandy ('omml."lo"u, - of !Maine, one of the great Irish

    lows: State VB. Robinson Scott Williams W it S B Floyd Hannell.feed Ras to and Ca oil home-.__ u states of the nation, and the .. .
    - ::!
    r' Hill and Shaw 7.90; T. L. I P Timmons, gat and oil_ of the bulk of the seed -
    Comer, costs in case of LeVerne It 4 Floyd .up to J M Prescott in this! state.
    J E Lupfer, election. Inspector._ Mr. Newdick
    Mathewa expressed himself
    juvenile case $25.34. Upon Stanley Bullock name. _____ as
    ..J motion of Commissioner Bass, M D Alexander same. __ ] very favorablr.impressed with
    seconded bv Commissioner! Wetherbe K 1 U Kali clerk at election. ____ as a "spud1' growing state.!
    and carried, the clerk was instructed 0 C* Uroneon. election Inspector said that more land i is devoted to
    I 1 _. _
    to draw warrants for all of aid bills. T E Tlon Ivey, .same name_- __ business here than he believed.
    : The board took recess until 1.30 p. O A Garrett. cleric at election.- o op when I consider your wonderful *
    " W H Allen election. Inspector it is very easy to understand
    m.The Tale Smith lame. this is ,*
    board reconvened at 1:30: p. m.. J B) Roberta, came true, he Said.

    a full board being present. B E Brown, clerk at election__
    The matter of the Boggy Creek MIKe Peterson, eleet'n Inspector CARD OF THANKS
    road was! called by Commissioner W M Adams. same Mrs. A. A. Campbell and daughters I 1 .
    up --
    E B) Livermore name________
    Wetherbee, who made a report as to A R Bleech. Bume.. _._ thank al- their friends for
    what Mr. Sengiba would expect of !>f W 4l-nmonn, name- ___-_ kindness during Mr. Campbell's As usual go to the In-
    the board. Mr. S.nsA being present N S Blount. name______._ and their recent bereavement. .,. -I !
    P D :Raulerson. name_ for floral -
    o tributes
    reported that there
    were a number W H Kempfer clerk at election :
    of small trees besides the larger A E Ba... election Inspector. ---- dependent Grocery for
    ones which would have to be trans Nat Dana, tame ___ WORKS AND I
    planted, that he should! have Alb.rty Arnold same Ii i
    something B P Roe, ___ __
    same '
    LUMBER YARDOOINO' good things to eat.Don't IVE1.Lr
    from the county in addition to M J Crowder, same ..._,_ .
    mount allowed for transplanting of J L came_. __ I
    larger trees. Mr. Sengiba suggestedthat I Albert Hulifne. same _
    he should be allowed $200 for I J D Woodbeck. election clerk. forget to use
    V M .
    Mill election Inspector____ S
    his damages J B Tyson, same-... K r
    Commissioner A. F. Bass called up J R Doneran name__________ S Dainty Flour for
    matter of letting bid on constructionof B" J Entrlken, clerk) at election. your

    Bull and Tyson Creek bridges. Bid J C B H Owens Padirelt, same election__Inspector___ 4 4
    one H. N. Bratton as presented totaled J H Peabody, aame_- &BLD Xmas Cakes. It is the
    I 'S1610 bid of L. S. Johns, $1435.40. F M Bdrle. name_.__ I

    ,, Thereupon Commissioner .\. F. Bass J H A J Schmidt Mlnnlck name aame__.___ A CHSISTMAS CHUM :

    made a motion that bid be let to L. S C Muebaum came______._____ best.
    S. Johns. Motion was seconded by n Q Hancock, clerk at election 7 ,
    Commissioner W. G. McClelland. The J B Carlln. election jnnpector.. 10
    Calvin Parker same __....
    vote then
    was and resulted
    as C P Coyle, .ame .
    follow: A. F. Bass and W. G. Mc Ci C Outlaw, clerk-at election one who is chuck full
    Clelland for and J. M. Hansel) and I. !M Katm1 Sona. tupplle_______ of fun, lively from the word
    II. Wetherbee against the Valley Gazelle, l"ral printing_ la go jumping with
    vote being ,
    H H Hullock rent election! pep, helpful to health, free of bad
    1 a tie, Chairman E. L. D. Oventrcet :J M wlllcon, same__.__.____ habits the
    i cast! the deciding! vote for L. S. Johns. Josh Ferguson election booth. 1 thrifty, best kind of pal 365 days in the

    r Shiver The clerk for services presented bill of Ernest W OAR C Ba.Hall.. paid election Herr_depn. Cypress, Pine and Cedar year.
    as game I tv Officer __
    ___ Such
    for three month, '150. The board W B Han.ell. gas ._ 107 a chum is the bicycle. Can anybody offer

    riaving made application to the governor D W Ba... for atrawbvrryp lantB._ 1 make Window and Doer better Christmas gift a <
    for removal of Mr. Shiver and Oaceola H Maklnson. npplleii._.._ suggestion ?
    Hdw Co.,
    repair_ .
    not having had a definite reply in this O.ceola Hdw ('0.. book ca.e._. frames.
    connection, upon motion of Commissioner Osceola Hdw 'Co., supplies_ 3(
    1' W. G. McClelland seconded by Elec. Light Plant light water 3 II. J. W.

    I. H. Wetherbee, and carried action' St Bt Cloud Cloud Tribune Tribune, lent blanks adv____ 81' WYNN

    p was deferred. -. Rhoda Campbell maintenance.-. IS. kinds of Interior Fin
    S. B. Story asked the boaL-d to allow Mm. If Bronkshlre. care of INDEPENDENT BICYCLES AND SPORTING
    ; him the amount agreed upon for H Clarence W Thompson _.____ It All kinds of Screens GOODS
    Anderson fertiliser______
    his services .. ctinr--cmr; warden' w i I erber. eap to J.x_______
    of Osc.ola county, $50. Commission TTLL Comer cost ''Mathew case.. Let us figure your .
    i 'ai er I. II. Wetherbee made motion Comer amt paid cleaning -- - ----

    ft 'that the aid bill be paid. Motion'was a Telephone typewriters Co.. _for Co.,_lud._._._. Entire House Bill GROCERY H. HAROLD HUAIE, -- ---- .::: ' Commissioner A. F. Bass W U Co., mesaaces ________.... PrUldenL VIES PrUldent SiM6fONS D. A. MORRJAON 3D..
    land earrlad and the clerk instructed : Bat Fert1Iiaera Sea s. Tre .. '
    II . 4I'a'W'Ir. bMctidde..
    lead ..41 >....... RJEDEL :CO. Honest Goods Sprayers poultry s.ppliee
    ; ) .-Wilson reported" to the board a W A.bto". road t.reman..__" COMPANY Pair Prices
    'e that be had. made inTeftigatlon. of :J L Overstreet release fee----- A.k N".labor-He Prompt S1lpllre.t

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    THE WOKLO'S TWO (I heart If ne spiritual good cheer of earth good will to men." Saintly iI
    GREAT; \\U1L\ DAYS Chnstma- !day were generally manifested iI i- Phillips Brooks tells u!' that: PLUMBING

    ( By Moses Folsom I I Lhiigri' out the year it would "The earth haM grown old with its
    transform mankind Love Mill the SHOP
    Except for Jesus there would be no I is burden cf care.
    Christmas festivities and joys. No greatest tnmg.. in the world, and the (I But'at Christmas it is cluays young CHRISTMAS i
    world gr' i better in prcportion as heart the I
    trees filled with Rifts! would he found The of jewel burns lustrous
    .. the love inert -es. (Do not wait for other I and fair Nothing Too Big'
    on December :'J5th: .tan..1I1t in |
    homes of the civilized wr.rId. Nor to ii. ,ictice the golden rile, butdiligent' i And its soul, full of music, break Nothing Too Small
    apply it "in own daily !
    your forth in the
    would stotkmgs of children lie huhyup air
    before life. I I. IM- the -tar" that are beautiful When the of-the angel i* I DINNER
    on the "night (Christina 'I song sunjf.; II
    bee1e of what and not
    they are
    v goal Quaker John G.:
    at go well told m Io're'* poem. Say ..." poet 1,
    All Work Guaranteed i
    I bec'ftu.r What they do, so you can Whittier,
    Susan Coolidge: I, i says: .,.. .... . .
    make life beneficent influence -
    V" : a
    "Hlow ,
    bugleof battle thi marches
    ,, ;
    "We ring the bell ind we rare the! To Be Satisfactory
    strain, 'to otl In' diclopincr( a coiit'nuil of peace; I f
    >se hang up garland ete'tuhre .pint i (Christina" within your inrnJnt'd, west, north und! ioutn, let theI i I We manufacture any size I
    And bid the twink'tfa.i.' -, h. .t. I long: quarrel cease: tombstone. Buy direct and /15 Broadway : Telephone 143
    And fast and tapers an.' then tiBack go I Tl T vas the spirit of Charles Dick- Sing the son; of /tfieat joy tnat the .
    to the mime old lit,", alZalll" "IL'! '\ ...n he.i.d.: "I will honor angels. !bcjran. ( save agent's/ commission. I
    Isn't that true'' VSIuhuuld/ u ego i'hr. ,: r.iin im i'art and try to keep Sing of (glory t6 Got l 'and of good will :
    bark to tbe old "grind, .""I{ rnVh l.n .t ',,' '}K ,.;. '. 1 II( i. ,{',0d, to be chll.hi' to man". Write us a line.LAKELAND .6661i"
    >t make the season:! and spirit of "" :, .n', 'In',: no hatter than at Jesus came to the world at a babi .
    year round \proposition, a. related by \\ .. a i rn !M Unv-flf : did but He came as a little child! to i a Prescription for Colds: f Resident of KissimmeeWill
    Granville Klener, in these words: < :.11' 'jtniu-s make* the fireside the glorify the Cradle to b..uutif0)'- -
    The (Tri-tinu' spirit and sense of.ervice i cut,.r 'J"' a thousand charms and hood to yandify motherhood, andsave GRANITE WORKS Fdver and LaGrippe. It'sthe Be Especially
    ilu.uld not be only for one day I c-lntl. >,- the home. ill most beautiful j the0.1..1.. Make the anniversary moot speedy remedy We':
    li the year, but a perennial and perpetual garment*. It i, the -nni\er"ary of of His coming one of enuina! t Welcome. I
    expre-Mon[ of the I.e[ in your the ua\ when angels; sung "Peace on joy for the children. Says Marion G I. BLACKBURN, Proprietor know! preventing Pneumonia. t .
    Harlandi' "Never deny the babie* I Lakeland Florida .
    their Christmas. It i is the shining !.:!!. I
    seal hot upon a year of happiness. Let ---
    them believe in Santa Clau, or St.
    (I Nicholas, or Kii'-s Krmjfle, or whatever I I
    name the jolly Dutch saint! beam

    f-i I IP Except your religion.for Jesus" there would be no I f

    j t. Easter Savior celebration with its accompaniment to typify risen'of Last Word to Christmas Shoppers

    flower', hats and gowns denoting
    the return of spring with its bless-
    ings. Except for'.Jesus, Charles Wesley

    THI UNIVERSAL, CARr "Christ would the not Lord".have Is risen sung today:: We haven't space to mention one tenth of the goods that would make .

    f1 Sons of men and angels say but here's shot at few of themes k,
    Raise your joy and triumphs high; suitable, gifts, a a : .. .
    I , c Sine ye Heavens and earth reply." .
    On Easter morn Jesus burst the
    r ;L I'" 11 1 bars of death, and lie wears the name .;
    1 ", above every name. The resurrectionbids -
    I I us watch and pray for the com- n Ideal t-- .
    ing of the Easter well ,
    King. can be
    Ina ,
    tanned the _,
    of Festivals.Tlwr
    lj 4 Queen
    r SM
    I risen Savior answered' affirmativelythe
    1 i i forty century old query: If a ,
    I man die, shall he live again." Easter I Ii
    ..Il I in 102:1: conies on April 1. I :
    I "We Christians," aySpurgeon\ .1 i tl ,
    "do not believe that Jesus Christ" was I ( II '
    the. only one that ever ro-e from the ', l
    1 1v dead We believe that deathbed i
    e\erv I I
    I I
    I i is a resurrection; that from every ;
    grave the stone is rolled away. 1 ,.
    I So potent in its future, appealing, ,
    as the Faster celebration! does to the
    f I sense of the beautiful to the appreciation \
    of the harmony of nature it la Razors Its 1 Roller Skates
    I mall wonder that society joined the ur
    I church in observing Easter Ih)'. During I
    I the Lenten period it gave up in
    I most part many .social functions 'and Wagons I Kiddie Kars
    rrai.a. re.-tt-d. With the advent of Easter I
    ._. +YIY etIII ., I begins the spring(' season of social ac- .
    rio <
    .rt e"
    _..,.",. "..... ."' ,. "... I tuity, not only for society people! but !
    end "Oft-.lud ftr.. .11 .round. those who cater to their materialneeds Toasters flashlightsSouvenir !

    and luxuries.We I Y
    Prices 'Lowest in History 'I have the Bible telling u< : "But j There! is no other liP; !' within the reach of every person. '
    now is Christ risen from the dead, und ;
    become the first fruits and of them I Pyrex more acceptable at Christmas time than a Hotpoint Electric
    : of Ford Motor Co. that slept." And .Phillips: Bnok_ Iron. i I,,

    ; toils u.s that (Ownware' These iron: have been chosen by millions of American Plaques I
    Today,with many commodities still priced : "Up and down our lives ol>eiie: ::t.
    i above the pre-war basis, you can buy a Walk diant dear Christ, with foot t"'t), ra- housewives as the mot: perfect electrical irons. 4t I

    Ford car for less money than ever beforein Till those garden lives shall be - ----- The iron i ii: famous for its hot point, cool cantilever

    the history of the Ford Motor Company. Fair with duties done for Thee, handle that, leadens the strain of ironing, 'and its attached I
    And our thankful spirits say, .
    stand. I
    t I I IFor'
    Christ arose on Easter day. .
    The Ford Sedan equipped with
    t I Earnest Renan the French freethinker :! practical: : gift a Hotpoint Electric Iron cannot be j jsurpa. >
    electric starter, demountable rims, extra
    and the most widely lead -... d. ''I
    rim and non-skid tires all around, is with- ,writer religious history in h.s day, .
    visited the Hefjr Lutxl. He :stool by Other Hotpoint Electric Appliances suitable as gifts are
    out the greatest value ever offeredin the walls of Jerusalem andbv the 4
    a motor car. place of the cross walked aloig: the Hotpoint Boudoir Sets Chafing Dishes Radiant Grills. r : ,
    Jordan, by the sea of Galilee and in I j Electric Hedlite Heaters. Healing Pads Percolators Sewing
    And the the narrow and.! stony streets of Nazareth : i
    same quality, depend-
    you get Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. i
    and of Bethlehem. Th >- he
    ability and economy for which Ford cars wrote his "Life of Jesus" and thb u I Hotpoint[ Electric Appliances are all practical. Visit our J
    noted-with all the comforts and his conclusion:
    are conveniences -
    salesrooms! ,
    "Whatever the unexpected phenomena today-let us show them to you.
    that with enclosed I
    go along an of the future, Jesus will never be
    I job. surpassed. His worship will con
    stantly renew its youth; the legend of :And the Best of AII-RED STAR VAPOR OIL SYOVE '
    Let us have your order now for reason- his life will bring ceaseless tears; .
    will soften the best
    ably prompt delivery. Terms if desired. sufferings
    hearts; all the ages will proclaim that
    amongst the sons of men none has Get the Kiddies of Pine Christmas Trees .:
    been born who is greater than Jesus." one our
    i M. C.
    Mrs. G. C. Hardy, of Florahome, w,r? r r.
    . Putnam county won 19 prizes at the "
    Authorized Dealer recent state fair, more in number ; ,
    than by any other individual exhibit COMPAM"!
    1' Phone 165 Kissimmee Florida or. These exhibits were all produced ScEOUAHAQD.1.QE :: ,
    : t ... on the Hardy farm. Mr. and Mr .I
    Hardy made frequent use of the
    State Marketing Bureau in disposingof : a
    c'l" their"farm products. I d

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    'J, The state offers a Unique Cliristma WUAT'S WRONG HERE ?
    'Ji I
    i present to every citizen regardless of j I>ry r
    School training age, present location i, A man named Beveragewas wcentjy -
    i or occupation, according to B. C. Ri !! \ defeated.l for senator .in. Indiana

    1 ]ey'/ director of the general extensiQTdivision If there's anything in a name Read and See!!
    University of Florida, al that state must be. dry. ; I'
    Gainesville, who says: I e'-"-- .
    Florida, through the general: extfii Language Change/ .
    Bion-' ivision' the State University. They, used' tOI, say, in a former day, .
    I offers a hundred correspondence-' .When' people rode' in. the one hoax , \' "
    study scholarships in every county t<) shay, '
    farmers; school teachers, and otheicitlitin.s And the boss- man came, to rule mI --

    young or old l, who desiri! I tent, -
    practical useful, usable ''informnUorof That "lie takes the reins of governi .

    1 an opportunity to finish their edu i t 1u nt."
    cation. j I Hut now the auto is in tho deal,
    All students must register l".fol'CJanuary They ay, "he jiggles the t steering i iPiss

    first A scholarship ('ntitl8'the j I whee!."

    holder to enroll in any due of the i '
    (I following COUISOHviih the undor- ,| The Dutch Wedding has h
    kaiser. of Germany
    I landing/ that the work must lie, fin- The
    !During' the wedding
    jislx'd' within three mOil I hI<. 'inuiTieil again
    lie was! addressed" as
    Following i i.< a list of the rourxtavailable''at in
    thiH time: majesty" and his bride insisted! I

    I 1. Conimoroial I ('on rses.' ,'jt lwl1" assuming the title of "empress." It.
    I who desire l ir cticnl instruction inennimereinl was a pitiful display of vanity to
    I will parade such titles after his tlii'onehad
    wuhjects piuhnliiy .. I. IIIN.
    find ,'our"1Ihat suit tlx-ii. needs in \ 1 been fO't''r'erturn. <
    I glory faded J and l himself an exile In
    the following.ulijucts :
    i welcome, A
    is not
    a land where
    KU-mtntnry liookki-eping, ('ommer-
    dill urithmi-tic, letter( writing, In-n- I man without n country. They've no" .
    : more right to he ralli'd "his majesty
    piunship! t-oninu-iciul Knglith.I: I typew'riting -
    I I II IQI' "empress" than two hop-toads under -
    Make This spelling
    'our'ehis is
    aBrunswick bush. Of
    '2. ('h il Service i Course. Civil n guava
    I i '' their busnu'siand
    service couisfs UKilisigneil to pre- all a matter of own
    people'at;' large don't rare u tmkei's -
    pure students for pox eminent posi-
    ChristmasAn continental about this an a news -
    tions or to qualify them for hetttrpositions.
    : The courses which are offered item, but here's dollars] to picklesthat ,,: m
    when a white haired obi, 'man
    in order to prepare students for
    with four
    marries widely
    ideal addition to the Christmas} festivities V'Overnnu-nt Spelling! arithmetic positions ,JUT letter: writing, small children a !young he'lnot Boil' to

    is a Brunswick, for it brings to each penmanship, English, geography of be loiH'iome very- -soon.Vale -.

    member of the household 1 his favorite mus- 'United State, shuithand, t'pl'writ-I Thorndykc 1_ -:- -

    ing, civil service. ,I The'nlt'h"I' is back from I hi-, \ a. Good old 8atii Ciais; <;i'.ts' :: !r.n: t hn'nI< I h >vv to :.spoil' ([
    ic in the intimate atmosphere of the home. .:I. Ilitfh School ( (IUI-KC. High cation and finds that his friend(
    sahoolcourses HU offered to anyone has away, taking tin "Electrically": that i is what isvr< >'n but' y.ui will
    Thorndyke gone
    And note too that there no )reason
    : who has not been able to complete Tank" with him, and having
    when buying a phonograph, to he satisfied "'onditry school. wall. Credits; rarne I "Thought a good looking young editor III notice) that he Kr.evvvhai: tn, select t.) l please! : HKI
    ,l are accepted by the University" of .
    will be
    "Thorn" ] greatly
    with anything short of a Brunswick-for i-'Iorida and the Florida State College his missed plate.lie was a Denial soul ,uullt'culiar moat.Rleelricity. _

    prices and terms on Brunswick are thegame for Women for admission, without' II." bad ai| assortment! of
    btl uetl. The
    'feather examiiiHtVin.OMhoicraphy usually] ai.Kiici.ited ) is i: a c< 1 I : fYi
    ixblities) that are
    as those of other instruments. t reading, aiithmetic, \liar
    : and l one who
    English giammar' composition geography I with 1 him genius walking, any home through '0 is:\ hmti! pit) :;w.'liei!; arrtmt-nt; ; has t to> bo advanced; \vhy

    Exclusive Features ,i history,, psychology U. S. history, physics) physiology, general: , rainstorm ecn puntsnm1"IloldingtnrZmrtttet3sh' bare-headed:, wearing: while* 1 1(>( tri :; L.J.w.t.i.t: :: ;' : : )accessories should" l l>e in eery *\'-

    attach- theory and practice of teaching, agriculture iI i- ,I armful I of grocery paikges 1 home. Ore reason 1It'ne-fi'l! mnthl'r'c'lIufJI.t'
    records without
    Arun nick plays all makes of I' civil 1 !government" botany, I II protect an recognize him OK

    n.tnt.This means that with a Brunswick in your homey I zoology physical geography, aljl'ehl'II'1 I.J humoroiity.I would at Next once to his: keen sense. is: enough.) /; ___

    'u can enjoy nil the" great mlists regardless of the Intake nature study.! drawing, manual training ,' II of humor his most notable jucomilihment -

    o.' records for which t they record. literature.f, school. singing, ihetoric, English: I | is singing, for.Oft TOJHKTM . . Jrj.OO(' Wilttit'Irnn.-; : $1 Il.(l'I>

    This i is accomplished by, the Vicuna a part of 1 he Agricultural Heading Courses. tim( s upon a stilly night,
    Rrun ick-not an "attachment." The agricultural reading, courses in- Ere slumber's chains )hate Imund, PL'rteiltt'u'i :; . :$ ,tN'tcutur( ) : .Cleaner.frV! : : !> 'M'

    ; lode: him, [ -5.t.O; Table '.O*?
    "ron.- ) Lamp-; ul;
    Another exclusive Brunswick feature ii is the O\n) ToneAmplifier Kit mentary agriculture, soils, tillage He' yodels l long) with all his "iI,;)1.1

    or horn, made entirely of wood and moulded drainage and irrigation, manure:I Distuibing, / r.ll around him. C.rill; ,. . .S1.9J:; ;'11' Kailiatur: ( Heaterf.r Ip

    like a fine old! \iolin. It i Q responsible for much of the and, \ fertilizers, fertilieT's and crops, (: lie i i" omnivcious\ oleaginous! lid'
    ,, field crops, poultry production, types i i nrtgnaniinou". He was once it loony K'-ct. -::'.' Cv.rle'--: : ;s.3f\:: !>
    ) beautiful Brunswick i tone.Wilder's
    wnnderously and breeds of live" stock) dairy production judge out wi,t where. folks ..1rr'fci'y ,

    pork production, citrus fruits < parlit ular.' and, has been \ .j i
    mad citrus-culture. co-operation in ag-i: lilted twice. lie dresses' carefully.ears ,
    11 li.-ulture, trucking. i watch and .,,". it
    wrist guc-
    Studio \\ a DIXIE! ELECTRIC SHOP
    I I For further information, write to the time, and if he was to v.-i'l'- '
    The General Extension Division of the national anthem he would 1 do\ < '0 *i.'
    University of Florida lit Gainesville; ."
    UBu Christmas Brunswick >tany.a with )'II"I ) Your Early"We I Florida. --- -
    10 Faifiif4ton A\enue Ph.1G"; +>
    Kii-TivT HK
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    The "ScruV I KKCri.AK CliritCH <;" Ed- K.: VKK.NO.N: ): I'OISTER
    j ( Heing part of the remarkmade)
    Ciiflinays; his father, I .r( .
    j by ye editor at the football banquet Fame
    :Land printed at the request of some of (;l' never (maws u sermon now.i- t .
    i' the I lays lie if getting to be a regular .
    gang.) --- .- -
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    J -Idle!I,, In No took Man's no hand Land, tad itt'endanl I 'according of a to church A. \\'. in Bailey Atlanta! ..:..;r.:'?:,rv: N.H.: .)?...ri.?({->-:-:-}: ti+:-----Ho.-- ,- :.-.:-.? -:..: .>:.: -% &0

    'And he wears no croix de guerre: ; I II he Express company Elmo hens!'Ifs

    !I No medals rest I netting/ a remarkably) good record We Extend
    i On his khakied" breast 101' getting cn the job earlier thin !Hlecessaryhaving
    I No citations are his share. I / a friend l in Havana ,
    Yet he was the fightingfest sort of a kho, before he calls it a day in that '' The

    guy, I I and of celebrations constitutes him-
    Who'd.! have taken his chance to live, elf an alarm clock fill Elmo. Thusnoveth i
    t' I the world. SEASON'S GREETINGS;
    i or die. I II'
    thank you for .your patronage during But his was the work that had to be 1 Out.u i front of the Griffin redi- ,.. ,
    done '., :. dence on the Occan-to-Gulf highway, ,
    I'And hq was the fighting son-of-a gun one can nee the reason for all thane; '

    ,.,,;\,.:.\ ,,:the,. ast year, ".>' ">""'" '' .,\, .' That din l it.i ?.V-'vi. ,I remarks, in the elongated pine tree LUPFERS INSURANCE-'AGENCY : i !
    /" tJ" 1"" ,. :," ":_ ",, and the wires therefrom. As to i'
    ; ; a' : .fo?!... .K'. (jb..i: proD .
    ; .
    ,WlpppBpiPSn'd'' \: !, .' ,, :; I He /got no prciset" "' .'1''< !'.'''''' er nomenclature consult the radio .' .
    !In victorious days, books. The main idea is, they work.
    Let I's inure Yon.
    On the cinder track or court. Last tverkr" when-Flmo went home to .
    wish for Christmas I\o continue his musical e ul"ation11'\ enjoyed .. .., ,
    Merry wreath spread .
    you.a : ; ":+: >><-'*'-: --o.> :-x.--ooo.---: :....
    '| On his tired" head'In an entertainment in Ins Angeles I
    f I the Los Angeles) Tunes' kmdljhioadnitinjr
    any branch of poit. -
    and ; Hut lut: was the liirt who vns-pwlli! vocal I, "piauu. and sax"_ ,
    i the strings, phone solos I for his edification, U'-
    And he really accomplishid' ,I lot- of casionallv be sits in on a little gauss I
    a Happy New Year thinl/ in :New.;. funk, I whibDftroit tad
    The "dill"1)1'." found him "I here ( le\ eland,' a' hi- next door ileigliboi ) .
    like a duck," ), ''. I.ii.-t.. "elk, I \h\ I thought the I '
    And he never pouted.! Oi. cu-sed, I'i- wholelioi, >tiMr 111..I.h had l pone I Uefioni
    luck v f*,>' iusf us lu. "-"nifortatjl> ,
    AVJiile he v,oiktil.No ) insroncfil I himself f'Msin, 1 h conni, I ah"
    I the wide woild niiuh',"* l"'-ing' forth) I h"hi'iumt ,
    \ > :; mideiv: ) so fair, wnie' "f uiHiccuslori.ylsounds. .
    1 stroking his hair ) lit-fore tier 1 cnn.t.Innhori . o.-
    And warbling how g-r-a-n-d) he \i-. <"! w helmed. him. bowevrbe discovi'ied -
    t Wenner-Sawyer Co. They save him no p'wAt it ":,- "w.dlIal". : ;:! Cuba d ieliviTiny -

    the barbecue -pigjrotli". ; le-tnre'. Hi(
    It's back in the dark foe, hi-! listened on, |but, hi dur-n't btlieve n

    g Hut he i i" the stirl'.ingfht!: soil of i "U"- word of ,it.
    Who: pulls, off his job wilhrut.tny
    ( ".'IE" EIC111/ \II :\ orr.sThe
    -- --- - - - -- fus". ,
    4 'j While. the other t"sa\bo! it i /getting. ( Notice is hereby that t
    I the fame Xeighboihniil:,: < !Lib. of the given

    there) tht ( '''I1H I..I'Hoari.. held! a t hn ken, pilau
    MOVIES He ticks on the job, ju-l
    AUTO i the faim hnnuof :II ,'. !
    I i.t pluisant all Tax Books
    same, of Osceola
    .. And does ,it. M' ,. Piene, Thur-duy) night. About County opened -
    BY CLAY THOMAS fifty well pie-ent.\ Two large bonfires -
    ' \"o: ) we.-c !built! iin-li-r" the huge] oaks!., for collection
    1 one eIT glle.e'd11r NovemberFirst.
    ...nil: tlinc the linnei was seived at on
    was th..I'ith the restAnil
    tI I GoT A LICENSE THAT DONTTo nobody thinks he ""1111," -even o'clock.
    When thv: do wise Thc-c present were: Fred. Lorenz
    get .
    RUN 1''E' YOU A To his wort'i and xi/.e jin.l family .Joseph Bablld family,
    ','. Schineii-r! and family, David lass
    A CAR They write it "he also ran.
    LICENSE TOA6USE and family. ':.MrsTy' Hut he was the fellow! behind lie
    yb Speine Hcotlilrand! :IIi.. Spence
    t F Who CMM-H kept the others fioni, spill" ,ng Cha'li'S Huey. Allen 1'iirtin, :Misses A discount of one. percent will be

    ''T the beans; Maud| Skinner and J Isis Sullivan,
    \t I'. Kffie Simmons" St. Cloud; :Melin -
    He pulled off his job and padd! boat, \- John-oil, Roe liass, K. A. Pierce on taxes paid during

    The ugh everyone frequently. ] mndi- rind) family :Mack' Hufy, LawrenceMcDonald.

    U Ct. him the gout, <' 1. December.
    But he stuck. \ ,leeitations and dancini: nide
    I the lime pas all t'-o quickly, anj aH
    Here KissimmeeThey voted :II r. and ::111 R. pierce royal ent
    t. MR. THOUGHTLESS is the careless man who held in taini I'".
    I no "shimmy, I
    .r abuses his car. He don't mean to ill treat it. But i IlIr other dance) in his name, ---One-- WhoVa. - There. am now ready to furnish esti -

    when it begins to act he sometimes thoughtlesslyscolds You don't hear '('rn root FHl'IT11: VKCETXBLK;
    For the substitute
    ; ,
    t BITER LOC'A1>i HERE mates these
    the manufacturers. Bring the car here and I' But, fellows, he played l the game. I --- on taxes.: In writingmy

    For he belonged to the second string I W. R. Collins who for the past two
    start over again. I'
    i line ytars! has made intermittent trips to office always
    And he came out to practice, rain orshine I Kissimmee buying fruit and< vegetables give descriptionof

    has decided to stay. He is mak-
    I He" made no score, nor spectacularplay preparation to put in eight acres the property.

    of tomatoes in the spring, with prob-
    But he played the ram., in a darn ably mere of the crops on which the r
    good way, 'Osceola Growers! will concentrate.Mr. .
    And won it-! Collins has recently spent considerable M

    .-.. = I time investigating the Nonacid C. L. BANDY
    Two '
    important poultry meetingsare
    I' Fertilizer Company of lakeland, ,
    scheduled for Florida
    early in the
    and has accented for its
    1123.( Southern raisers of the Barred products in Kissimmee..At r,
    Plymouth Rock and of the Silver Tax Collector.

    11i' Wyandotte will meet in Tampa during the beginning of 192:! there ilJ *
    the South Florida Fair In Feb. were 4.2 motor vehicles for each nile!
    .J I nary of road in the United States. 1';

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    rta11'I -' v-
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    THE KISSIMMEE!: .VAttET O'AZmTE.'FIUDAY.DP.XEMBER:: 22.' 1$2J . ](ufa.

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    ORDU'AJI -I, A1V ORDII.NCI I iulo'IC13oP. gPIT. Blk Bt. of Robert Ba a' X.ld. Bit..
    ._ uate In Klaalmmea' County .
    LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS I II Amending Meet Ions. An Ordlnanc. Amendlnor That Part of'. .. In Circuit Cou 't. Osceola County Flor Florida. Q.eeola

    the Revised Ordinancest "AN. Provldln. for 'ida. Town- of Klaalmmea, City Com The Btate of Florida tb all' parties ln.
    of Klsslmmee. the Llo.mJln. p1..ln.nt versu; In the ab v. described

    17th Judicial Circuit dar Moses 'E. Barber, deceased or by. further "tulaUn"01t..1. C.rtaln Businesses, Ocou*. MW', Beg. NP Cor. erty.t.r..te Town of Klaslnunee propi City
    .Ircult Court. I at ( of nations and Professions; Provide' Ran 9. \ .' to W. Snot. has .
    Mid for Oaceola. County Florida erwise tn the property .arS.Limits Anllla InK for a Penalty for the Viola.tio *. Ii. Than i-I. .30> B. to Beg. Al.o erty In.Utute .ul&ln.t said prop.

    hanceryi Milton W. Eby.' Comriant scribed: To Thomas O. Reid. If o thereof. ; Defining Transient L..* Bag. 1T8H' N. of SB Cord Run fo. col.cton dallnquent

    verau J. s L. Over.treet. oo-t and if dead. "all parties claiming Merchant and Repealing all ()r., N. 666V. J. W. 114' 8. 85BV.' K. municipal are hereby commanded -
    Bill to quiet title. terests under Thomas a. Reid BT CFTT dlnancea Inconsistent to appear In said, suit on. the
    .pond..nt'J: -HF Herewith 114' In Section IS Townehlp *5. .
    lat ot
    January A. D lust.
    r ot Publication. ed. or.oth.rwl..I.ln the property OF THE KI3-' .In. so, far a* the ama provld.* for the Range S'. Situate In KI..lmm. daY the
    Clark of
    Judge and aal
    Jtlce to Non-resident The Statejfl0partle0clalmlti matterdoocrIbe ,To Homer Taxing and Regulation of Osceola County Florida
    If livlna and If dead all Sections 174 and 176 Shows and this The State of Florida Court and the seal thereof on this tha
    part. : ; by ordinance to all parties Interested 14th of December. A. l>. 122J. .
    Interest under ingInterests under Ordinance* of the City proVltn" for the Lb.n.lnr In the above deacrlbad prop. d.Y '
    fry overtreet deceased or otherIn deceased or otherwise, In the ,, Osceola County. Flori Taxing R"lulatof of erty. The Town of Klsslmmet CUt L nVFRRTUEET. '

    1 the property hereinafter dobed hereinafter described: To Chari. "nm.are hereby amend. and HhowB } for a penalty ha Instituted ault against said prop" (Circuit Court

    : All parties claiming Interests Cory. If llvlna;,'and If dead toJ<.a: for the violation thereof and repealingall arty for the collection of the delinquent Cour ,J.h

    ,er A. W, Leonard deceased or claiming Interests ChorUt IMPOUNDING. The ordinance or part of ordinances municipal taxes. You are hereby com
    rwlse In the property heteinsifterorlb.d Cary. deceased-- or otherwjae... '1 or any person may Inconsistent herewith manded to appear In caM suit on the NOTU'I OF SUIT.

    : All parties claiming Inter- foUowlnn described property, horse mule. as.. goat DE IT oHDAltmD BT THE CITY lIt day of January A. I). 1 33.
    j under Mary deceased, the property described In the t or other cattle, or togs CITY OF Wltne.the Judge and Clerk of said In Circuit Court Osceola County Floyd
    otherwise In the property heroinar Complaint end referred to In this at any timtt within KIHSIMMKE3-: and the seal thereof on thi* the idaTown of Klaalmmaa City/Com.

    described : All partlea claiming d.r, lo-wl: limit. The Impound' Section 1. That In so far as- Mth day of O.o.mber. A. D 113J plalnant. versus '
    erects under Martha A. Tyner de. O"llnnlnl at the Southeast C. the city pound "AN ORDINANCE for U OVHRSTREET. Baa % M of NW Cor Lot t' Rim

    ed or otherwlsn In the property n.r Four (4) of Block ll ON IMPOUNDING: the Llcen.lnr. Provldln". Clerk Circuit Court. S 117fc < n S5' N. 1I7i & W. "V

    -elnafter deacrlbad :' All. portico of W. A. Patrlck'a Addition. ro Is Impounded the iati Businesses, Occupation (Circuit Court l-2t 'In Block B of W. A.'Pairtck's Ad I,

    timing Interest* under Stewart Tydeceased. -J Town of Klsslmmee CI) .. shall without unneces and Professions; Providing Situate In KI..lm"e. Osooi.i

    >. or otherwise In the County Florida. accordln" to the owner If known, for a Penalty for the Violation NOTICH Count, ,.
    OF ViT
    opery hereinafter described: .li Official Plat 11.0 .." he shall. post not less thereof: Defining Transient Merchants The State of Florid. to all parti a ii'-

    ruse claiming Interests under among the rtcnrd. nf lets-one at the clerk and Repealing all Ordinances Circuit Court Osceola County. Flor- tere.te In abov. desorlheii
    J, Yates. deceased or otherwise In anire County .'Iorld. the city pound and one Inconsistent H.r.'lth.' trta Town of Town of
    4 property hereinafter described: 1 North 67,58 feet; thence public 1)1,100. giving de provides for the t.xln. and Klsslmmeo City Complainant has Instituted suit against said rtoti-

    . parti"s dalnunl In"'r1 undercfcsinl I 147.OS feet, thenre South 67,r.1 animal and regulation of Ic.n.ln. Shows be versus: erty for the collection of the dellniuartmunicipal
    requiring Beg 100 H of Nfi Cor of Block
    olh.rwhl. thence East feet to and the Is taxes You are )' commanded
    Yat. d..e.I. 11.11 appear the next same hereby amended so T of Robert hereby
    wlhll Bass Add Run W.
    tleicNt.d.I i of to In said suit the
    the property hr.lnart.r place b"Clnnl. n..ln. If to read as follows: on
    same 19U8. .
    red.. 100 E 19S1 and N. 100'Hltuate .
    underJlvlna lat day of A. U 1023.Witness .
    Mouth claiming
    parties Int.r..t. r."t I.'t lf ,'" t', the jus 'CIR'UKEt: For one or more I In
    V McLaughllndCfaii,... or Block 'J.. (ont..t or th.' amount I I..r dB)' .__ . . _ __fllioooCmcUHKa County. Florida. Oaceola. the Judge ansi Clerk of aalil
    IhertvlnIn the propi rlv h.r.Ir.I'icrib. You. and of ynil. h. I >. made 0th. ; For each parade Court and the seal thereof on thl. the
    The lOa"p"I ; of Florida to all parties In
    All parties ot.r. requlrrd thi' nail .me. through the Streets where the.performance .IIal. 14th day of December A. D 1923J

    ta under. Ilenr)' MoLuughltti. dect-is- th.. Mil of.complaint lit thin '.IU" I before thf' mayor who.ur in given outside Ih.' .. .Tho the Town above of Klsslmmee described property 1.. OVF.RaTREET.Clerlf .

    Or otherwise% In the. property here- 01 h.r'.r. the lot day of Januir-* the City _ __ _ _. _u __ _. ." . _$5(1( nCIRCIJHKS has Instituted City Circuit Court
    All purtli& .t clalm- ml.r. Shall he suit against said property (Circuit Court I -2t
    ttr shall : required de "."I
    d'M'rlb.d J 192. .
    11..11' for the collection of the delinquentmunicipal
    M Int..t. ..r 1..klll N tveret. ... th<- Honor"hl. C u. animal. give posit with thtCity CLerk and Tax --- --- -

    .Uncaused IT otherwise i In the .Ir.. judge of the al,oCourt, ..f.n.1 ownership"hul to Collector. At the time they acquirethe i to taxes.ou appear In said are hereby suit on commanded the- OTI( H OF "l'IT.
    heretnaftide <'rlbed : All my tissue as Clerk ", opert b.for.
    ) the animal
    b. unl..rln. 1st day of lanuiry A. D 1023
    riles Int.r"t. under Mar of. at K .. 1 m.. Florida tlte. pavnxnt. of the "h,1 the sum of I20 C.l"ty.I'lor-
    .I.lnlnl. 'in d.iof October. A. l I'. I tIll rCI"w. \\'ln'h. Judge and Clerk of aald
    ,i' asi or "" : hit City from any damage' to Streetsor the seal thereof this ida Town. of Klsslmmuo city ,-
    hereinafter descillndIt ii\KRXTRF.RT I ('l 1 Impounrlni bul. other of the Clt,. on the plainant versus: e
    property property
    I nnpou"dl. Mth diy of December \. D. 1922J .
    ,part.. clalmlnir Int rents under Circuit* f1oJI Seal horse ass. mule. sheep. which sum or any part thereof not L OVERSTREKT.: Al E. of A. C. t.. Ry lilk 18: And
    Ice dfceasul or otherwise In By S M nul.,),. 1' Iwo For feed r'quired to put the Streets or other Clerk Circuit Court. Blk U of Rosa Addition. Sit-

    property h'rlnMt..r described All &t1'.a [ .* 101.1'mul. |>"-r hoal City Property same conditionas Circuit Court Seal) l-2t u"t. In KIsaliMinet. Osceola County. -
    under PtanUTyner. .ln
    claiming I for It was being Florida
    1'.I.r..t. lolieltor. .
    /tIo. COIllln4nt. Fifty O.'nt f ,r
    deceased or In fe"dlll aald Circus, shall be r.fondeJ The State of
    ..' "th..I. D..X-1'tJ for Florida to all parties interested -
    described IKf ClRCiriT Ct.'tlflT17tJt . I _ .,_NOT1CH OF HI'IT.
    propoi'tv h.r'IInr Al Viup-Fur wiltin ., l bsi'h duinaaif any. to In above property -
    .ties .. U"ffr Circuit in end tor osceAl. < .) lot I",.tt of sale. fifty rd h)' the Chairman of the H. ieeiCommlttet The Ton of City
    calmln" Florida In J M H In Circuit Court. Osceola Flor
    . nth.rwh. Chancery of each of the City Council County has Instituted suit .1. property -
    the ptoperty Hereinafter described Omplainant.e+nus Kn-l: >-n I ,.stts:..1.and for .nlnal. SIO\1. Minstrel. Stock C '."p" Ida Town of Klsslmmee City. ':on/- for.the collection of the delinquent

    1 parties C I.Imlni Interests underLIhl.e 8 rlnKI n. et al. n" I""I.nt. : io'ne: allv.rt"I"I. . Theatrical0_ Vaudeville 01 Ilainant. versus. municipal taxes. You are hereby commanded -
    ,. )'. .1.a.. IM otherwise in quiet title. "1.1..1 ,.f I riilillitlon Ie ALlir: aniinil I ' undt r t'n or within Less NE 61,4' of lock 20 of to appear in said suit on the

    ,, property lierelnnft describedparties State of FJoi, (fd" to l-t: )'/ l lb .. !not lie r.-i.-etn.'ii BIIJ ac enclosure (''C''I.t r"Kullrh' II- -. 1 23Witness .
    litreeto undi rinirton,. if Is aug. and I if dend. In Klsslmme.. Osceola County,
    it claiming ni ( cenned opera House) per the JUdge and Clerk of saId
    the diet
    F. Brown d.'ci."med. or otheiwls,. ties, uudet, .:, ... ,"clon. day -. (, nn Florida Court amthe seal thereof on thin the

    -t the "ro..rh.rlln.1 ".r ....rlb..1 1). BerrliiKt d.caH.d. or I "..I. nft'' aut tlor SIll \\'S -F'-fi'd'; ;c't; ; ; :- The !State of Florida to all partita In- Mth day' of f.' A. I>. 10J2.
    I In the itv' herd ,saft.-r "' < < .rl'I.1 t rnt d In the above described Yopert -
    5 >
    11 parties claiming' Inl.r.t. prop < leHa (line" tw ) CloS nd Poii) Hhowtno . t . ._ .. .T.
    ward F Brown ilec. a other- Harr Attn, in. If iuinir. and I r-t. In performani. .. or exhibition ) The Town of Kiwsimme.4Mt - - - Clerk Circuit .urt.

    Use In the propel|v reliiafte-r Jeorlbed all ,jiartii-s; miming Interests I ,tinclt e.ta'' -a-.ip'r : other titan by trained animal has. Instttutt-d suit against aald prop'rrty 1" '$Ircult Court Seal) ,

    All IttLI-ties rl timing Int..r.unl.r harry' Arlr in. diceust-d or .. -" ) must hi iLit'per ill- - _ $20'0(1( for the ('lluction of the' delinquentmunicipal 1-2
    ill' PH'jI':"
    i-ta Mitriha J. Brown decased In.the! prop rt> h.reiiuirt'r ".'. \ .: Tt. -.tli.-r shows or exhi I I taxenoi are hereby i,omnuu.d'd -
    .r Ii f' Hlf'1
    .tv OF till.
    : to th- \
    Mr otis.r' .toe In the" proper, v II.IIMIIifter which it. the ptol.ert> de4. "hnl pav t 5.! >' ,inumirit to" appear In auld .u. on th !OTI.1
    45 of nil. I"c"I
    scribed, AH '.11. ililmlnuInterests ,' In tht fUl .f ( nml.I'nt' and r.f. ,I.. th. ed. div, __ . _ $:' Oft 1st div .'t .1.intuiry. A. I>. fa ( Court Osceol- FloiMi ,
    n.r 1'1
    under Dvi1, J..o.n. d. i e.iM .- to In .i .ler. t.)-.H ",'lti 11 This I \\ li. Judge And Clerk of sold 'Ir"ul .f"Hty.
    11. ( ) I If th- .. .r.lnu.r. .h.1 of Com
    :: chili t,0ts
    i t.-r
    In r.- N .rtht ret ., ." .r Court and H'al! ( Ihl, .KI..I"o.
    ,- or ollierwlsi. It: tin propertv I not ihangc. \ .r.' or t .. any of Ih. th..o on th. plalnant
    All cl.iini North quarter of S..,'tf"f ) proof ni .w"erh p 14th day of D-cembtr A. D 192. \ .r.u.;
    naft.r described patties' '- lie.huotea' mention In tin "tald' >
    months iftt sile. the Lots l to 22 Inc .f AIirnurhte F
    uiitl-r Nil,I J. Johns.mvmetimea tv. 'uc"'I' twenlv-llve -i.i, Ordlnanct. other than thi i. Taxes J I. tVF.IISTREF.'l'.
    ig Int"r.t. of si1siIt'r all 11. Suh lilv Rllv St. of Robert
    | >
    '' il.t. u KailKe fw enttiiii, Lufft ii vei Clerk Circuit Court
    l.-I : und '
    Ht) > on .is i reiem
    hv. Uass Add.
    \'cu..a In Kisslm-
    _-d. or otherwise In fro. prop.rtv h.r.- Count SYou. !FI.'r,11 ... ..they.1".1 paid to t. mention (Cir.uil ('i,urt Sisal) l-2t me.'. Osceoln SIUII..

    batter scribed All ;paitlin i lalmlnKInterests and. 't h of ) "u. ai"s. I 1'1'1 : .rt'o. IH All < irdlnanci.., cfpftn The State of Florida to all'lorld/parties Interested -
    und. P'r-d.-ri&k R 1 Brown, required to the Htll .f : thi.t ..of. oiiHlMeiit' her-wltn I luaisol ISOTK OF SI'IT. In the lssr'rllu-tl
    J STOCK nL'NNtN ; oroUorty -
    Nf' living and. If .i- ad. il Parties plaint I It! -I I In this i uu.. on the 1"Or th' inare h.ri i.y repelled The ohuv.
    "Fri-dei| k It ... I.-IIM- I 11 I.. 1 : .' .. 0" nit, it n h \ fn Cin'uit' Counts I '. (11- T""n of KiMsimmee' city
    vial ml HI der da I ) in .I"\u') He.. i\ fl 'lt fttltl ..-. ,,!,1 tllll hUMirin \ C""r. O.erol. has instituted said
    'It'r"II. .
    _ P.row.II. or olh..r.I.. In d,' of J uiuar) A. Ii 1 1123. \V. i anhorn '. ttiiiti ISM, us i i,nj*. nt i.anhed it" openIt Ida Town ... <'" City. c.mpl .ul a.n.'. prop-
    .r.A..I. the coll
    -. i r, t-"" or other i"tttl.'. ant \ Una tit. \ ..rClr > ," delinquent
    described fible 1' I tiiidrewn "
    ' | All parties claiming I Inter; '.nit und.rMar .r the iot.,. Coutt" und ,ntn" -" al.11.. gn at !I. 1 I"' '- I, S 5.' nt i HIHI.\ of Hob<'rt Ba.i municipal taxes y"u ire hereby 1'1.

    I) Morgan If living. and If > lerk I' ,..."r .'itl 1 t h. .fl.- l lio.. \I lI ii---------purtte' -- A S (; It.IlI1'I: .v.dd"Unite. in, KlHHlmnn.t Um-e- inandcd to npp. ar In said milt out (.
    ) I 1 hi dAY of J""uaq', A' 1 P !!
    lead. nil parties Int.r..t. thereof "db> ICl; ..I 1 du. <.f p. to .. i 11".1 't'l n"t eiUll' .\.t.-I. T' i 'il- n t i-t i ''J:. .1 i ola C.unh.1011,1., .. 1113.
    .lmin. Itness I of said
    ..< .. .ed ,.r I' 1" r.." "hl1 'oul,1 b. nr- Th. Stat,. of to s Interested th. Judxe al" rl..I.
    j tinder Mal, > II M in < i J ,P. : FI"'la .1 rnrll' ,.
    : Court and tb
    11:111 ul there thla the
    I ist stock if th In ,. ,. s on
    Is.rIIt.tL! t.'rdescribed i i. : FTtir < 1r0iiert
    rtv I U
    the )
    f-otherw In prop l"II"TI .
    '. i ;..u d.1 Put to.\ per .. 111lowi I of Kletsi.nrnl'Ii 14th day of l lcu' A I' 1922
    ,, lit'tKestH i )
    All pirt t 'lalll11 I 'n i ourt I. .. . .\i:>pi i H)" > 1\1. ot[ > N' J I. OVHRHTRKFTClark .
    N. Isi.n I In.and. B | l. to proM i u tl.ri ue-i.-r i .' IIIIH ln" Mir J ) tar !I' I I-,J2T .Io .
    under ) 1 1.1..1\ .. ("Ir,'u't' Court,
    illlmn-r In K"lnn; :I : If the st.ol 1. h. lit . \' fort )" .-.>llo II., of tin .
    M : t 1.i II P: 'I d.I".lu..tmu'I.1
    If rti-id.
    I :1':1:1. ,
    t ut,1.-i. .1 n J S.."" .I.' " I -.Ian 5 for t ''inpl I.ti I inn' .t : 1 Ill ..,1..1 i i.. ..u 14 ..1 t 11-Ct MHVIi I .' t ixen, Y.ii are h,. l>) POTTAniand iCircuit Court Seal) l-2t 11. : *-d t iu said suit .
    otherwise tl.' pr M.' nv Iie'i i I .p ... 01 th
    ... I'\, (irinit, ? -1- I": t' tl : I I.'ii in n,1 .,,. t i p-c- let tIt. "f .I"n.I .\. l D. 121. >4,1Il i: OF Sill.It '.
    |ar.r .1. 11.1 ;I'.I..M'n..1. I. "in, It, f ." .t' t i..T.'f\.iintv ''..1.''i,.. It .hi'l I I., thi. I th < "' lit '..III' ill ::5 ind fur .> enil \\ilii-t. Mi,,. JsjiI.and nf a.ill
    ". uud.r If I HvlliK* "hl.tod 11.. II .dead. i.flpartiCu 5.1.' i f.o',..- . i I 1".1 M II 's I i. I, l, I Is. t |1' I. if <*.ui tv 11..1.: In i .I..r) I "-urt jnH 1 Mi( .. oal th<' Pieri 01 this the ., t'.i U.I Court I ..1.01. (',tifit>'. ('1", -

    ("rMurdiK ."i -I-' ,.1.. s I 5. v \ h' I p".. | p..un.led I h tli lit of Mrv L. BI.II. T i. ..,.I'I.n..t i vet.utFtnnil I Mth d.u0.. l lo-.i'mb'r. A. I). I lUll Mi' ToHnlof Kimilniin'e < s,11. Com

    i 1,11"1,I M,0.1'.1.'i, d"c"\' : 1 n"'I".I..i I it- I : II l i IJi'let Ilh .i des.nutlin' cli.r "f Ji.ien. it tl. K .. '. I'll, J I. OVTRSTREET plnlnantemus ,

    -h,.Ie.. th,' I. ..I t It. \ptiptMtv. hi.rtllnsftir .i.t I i .M 5 I 'iil-li. i 1 he i-ttstI I ".1.1 r. 1..1 'n" irl 1.H .5-i, I to ijul.t Till "r.lp.r, lui.ll.'.it: ,,:iMlTK'i Clerk Circuit Court SH Block 22 of \\'. A IATHI"K'/ .

    |" ti.e tIttiiiiIIICnter.ot' PI I! > i't.i I'. v\ I J' it' I.. ,if Ifvlnic | I .n.le i"v I.u III.r I': TI. :,:- <;:I ,,,. "('Irul ('-urt 1-21 I Add. Situate I in KI..lml..
    11..11.1 The Statt if tI't's : .loi s
    'h.nI T. '. ..
    wife of Chin I l.', t .1.,1. piitl.b tliuiiinw '- of tie ow ".1 1':11" 011 I'ount) -'I.rt.
    ( ,h ml Murd.t I I. I If any. If 1I'lnl. UI"I'r;" \ .1. I'", Is. det.tnM.* .d, or ,. I ,. dlsiioititl. mil. i>( fin' If llvl'ig and .r il. lid. all 'putTtI--.'l.Ltss-, :0'1 i': OF lit ir. ''h. Slate' of I" ) _ _ _'Q..h. th "pertv Ii.rit.tlI. ".i 1 ) ...un. sf moil" If nn)' I tig: Itit"i" .i-t-- i.skt'- l.iitnia, I 1. r. Hted In the al> /\ .. 0".1.1.,1 pr,ip
    nd. If dnid all purlieu r1\.dnl '(I' II pr for Such mi-u-il i i I". I, ei.sclo .tll,..,IWilfl-. III th PlOpfltVIn I', ... ,rtv Th T ow'n of City
    under th 't\ of ,IIMI It'. "I Ii,'d < 'IHa 1 I f IU I i In ,''u' 4 oiirt O"c.ol. Coil n(y. Ft I "'n'n"e
    K-1.reetts I :1.,1'1. ",1 th h set I reiifter i il l.--rato-I Tii.. II t 'nff I I..1 i of K I ccli, Citv. Cnin his Instituted suit I n..I..t.1.. / prop-
    id Mu-d.>cl<. If mi). decasid ind If .1.1 1 all I".rl.I i i"o r..f" ., T.w" "sits'. 5
    .l-ow'eh. In It. I If d M.I till luu5i5e4 t 5.tfl
    Itv h. InRafter t s II.ill 1) Moor. .l I i I .-" 'd I L*) th. bits' 'tt ton- u .10 V'I"u. -itfor the collection of th' delinquentisuiit"iptil
    L.r othe: wise. II I He pi op' : : .I'.1 'IJ. I.I.r.t. Ond,'r H I litllen. de 1.III"nl.. of ,.. taxen ou h, -
    d'H'rll.rd All parties clalmlntflateresUi *-d. or Lheivvlse, in tin ptopeitv' llt I \1 ltl.elc'I. Roix-rt it.-. Ar' tne
    If sl-nll I h undi L'onl.laa Morreau I.a. ,intift.r dcNiillMil' nhl<'b IM th j jeitv ; .T""K \.i,1 Situate in Kisslmrnee. ). I. ' ;IIrne'
    hi- ( PilU herein ifter ,aetrrltx. .IHd. it the list da of Januar '. A. U ,
    living If parliesplalmlnc d.Mf-rtbed in the of < ">ii pi 'hl.f oT \ County llorld. > )
    on. If n.1 .I .' BI stock to report l. d'Sirilitd In thi Bill of C ")- The State of nil Interested UltniHs the Judve and Clerk rf said
    under .'otiln i 'I .1 I -.f.-t-t- .t ti In order t.- 1'1'11) FI..rld. parties
    _ . .. clerk '. rred to In tiuird< '. Curt and the st-al thereof this the
    iiarreau ''fl.4r., ..d. "r ,.i *,- N.rtIiwe.t unvrt, I h. wlrliii tvi.iu ".o in the above descrlb pro|>' on
    f. .relnalter d.-t ""u'-h'I.t quarter1 "- tin. ..n" wii' 1'i to.vv'i It erti. The Town of\ 14th .da % of I llfcember A l' 1122
    .I.. In t All. imrtli-s propeitv In r. sic went cjuirttr of Section |.."/..* ,,". to be furniahal h" I U..II"111 'fl feet outh of th- has Instituted suit anralnst said prop- J, I.. OVKRSTREKT.: 0

    ierlbid. wits of Leonldn da""Inl/ Mnrr..swoot TogtaIip Iwentfivi. .., the purpose, giving ill S.rth..t ( ">rn.r of Lot. one ill oFt)' for the collection of the delinquent Clerk Circuit Court.

    __nder th. If If living. and. If Runjre \.- Lust. IM,. | ; for Keeping' the of Block .(J' of Henry A Mathuwe' municipal taxes You are h.>rMb) imimended (l'lrrul Court Seal) l-2t
    an) .1.0.n .
    Addition to the .if >-
    1'"w. to In said. suit
    partl'elaimini' Interests uii.Ur < ount) I-lorida appear on tlu
    th* wife of Lenntdai Murrenu LnwsnnIf You. and each of vnu are h..1"J: No stock shall bd.- elt. Osceola County.1lurd. 1st day of January A. I). 123 1 OTICK OF HT.

    or otherwise. In the required" tn appeur to the Hill of owner0ept on' 0:1': .; West 1151 feet "Itnesa the Judge and Clerk of anld --

    any d.oe..d.herrlnafter described : All plaint filed In thla cause on the fees or oti the writ- th.nce South 82.11 them. Court and the seal thereof on this the In Circuit Court. Oaceola County. Florida 0

    Jparlle/claiming property Interats under JI da I ), In Jlnuar)'. same ..Inl toe th. Mayor which written Fiat 14H! C..I ; thence North 14th day of D"c""b.r. A. I>. 1922.( Town of Klssimmee Complainant
    _ with the S2.GS fi et tQ the point of beginning _.. OVKRSTREKTCleik Ct.
    rUngerhultau. If living. tn-L It dny of A I> 11.0 Cleri" versus:
    -'Anne all parties claiming Intereststitnder th,' Honorable C. Andrews Al Ordln"nc"J. Circuit Court. Al 8 of A. C IX Ry. Blk 10. 25 &
    Jan Annr ., ". da.leeaeed..or. .- of the above Court an
    otherwise In .the prnportS' Clerk thereof fn4.. the official .. be and the same are commanded and required to appear to ate In Klaairamee.' ; C -unty.
    piterlnafter: dc.cfi>eU: All.' rlaxtW* thereof this { o(. Oto fr . the bill complaint 'In thin cause onoar AVitnesn NOTICE OF SLIT. F'lorl.. .
    .clalmlnc Inlereata under ChartsI D. 192g. -* -.. time November 8th before the lot' da) of January, Stat. of Florida to all parties Interested .

    f Dunne [AVIUard. . \ .f\! j. 1- OVKR/TREKT, Clerk. a second and third time I. 12Z. \ In Circuit Court. Oaceola County, Flor In the above described prop4.rl

    .1:1.: Wlllard. I If .0m.tM..1. ; 'Clrtut Court beat> and pissed.: In open ses \ the f..nora"e C.SO. An Ida Town Klualmmee City Com The Town of Klsslmmee City
    I"Jnr. 8UH. of .\. D. drew.. Judge of Court, and )
    parties' Int.r".Iund.r By Bullock. P day O"cfmber. plalnant; has Instituted suit against slid prop
    I-Charlea. Dun -' WlllnrdX deCnaed. or KRIBRS & WKKO. my name a. Clerk and the B (0' of of Lot TS F. t, & erty for the collection of the delinquent

    P-othr l?e In the'property h.r.lnart.r fjeUcltors .for .Complainant.' A. a. OILDERT at KIsHlmmee. Florida. thi* 23rd I. Co's Add. SltuA. In'Klsalmrnae municipal -taxesr You are hereby commanded

    I[.describe. AH partleB olaholjg Inter- : President of Council. day of October. 1922J Ovce ola Coun Florid" to appear In Maid suit on the
    OVKR8TRHKT. PI'rkCIrcuit
    'f-ota under Alexander Cram Miiclie If .Voile* Of Flamt nt+rbar.eIn : citv L. The State of florldo to pir'lin 1st day of January, A. D 192SVltness .

    ;living and, If' dead, al) naj-tliu t-l.-im-( Sth da)' .t(I'rk. l 19.: ( Court Bv Seal S ) BulU.I: D < terested in ti' :..0' e 'xcrllM.d prop- \ the Judge ansi Clerk of mid
    under Alexander Ctn the Court of P"Uft. H M.\Y CrfbL: ) I t rty Th. loan ( Klntfimmef' ,T, C-turt and the aeal thereof on this the
    tnt d. or oLberwIer l i /..U"l.f. ' (>..N. *tU. '-- i :llioiHI KnlJR.: &STF"P. f--'III has Instituted 1 stilt against Maid property 14th day of December A. D 122J .

    I I property herem.f tr .nescrlhed All r, tlio Vital nf Carson :.Ic"or., .! nt for the CJllettlou of the Uslln'i'int i.. OVKRHTRISF.T.

    | 'claiming Intervals under H.n:'i cc-- edKutlca. ) >I> AM .;. -- munjripal taxes You are h..r.l.y I {"m Clerk Circuit Court

    .art.HrougKtWi Iee,4e1l.aJ..' etInij I. Tiereby: Klvrri to all -- 10TIfF. man.0 tn ippeir; : In nuid suit .i 11,' iCitcult Court Seal) l-2t

    .tyled FlIenry Brouglitnn, KentUIV, If 1t rosy corlRfrh. I that nn the i )th l.t of .' '' (. A l I. 1'tilV :I -
    | clitlm- of Jnnuar. .t. D 1921. I to It,'qulrotlso Regis of th, -..tuuk- ; 1 ..
    If dead all pirtits "h.1 1" Th' nnntiil meetlnit > \ Itnes the JudK a nd flerlt .f | SLIT l lIn
    11.lnlan"\ under >!.ur) J"hf to the lion Tl.. Comer. .' 'if : tor \' Ii el-c w-tit:: tin ,toilers, ot i lie I-istk of osreola ,'.) Jt,.. Court and th.. *< :il th,'reof on ".1. tit.. M5TICE OF ,

    .Rhion VOndill. JIln.." o;nl.l "Hlrl' a. Judge of Prnbtte. r.r. tin, T ow'ix of Klxilinm'. "-. ''r.' A. l I'. T fl22 .
    Cl in'uit i Court, Oaceola C tinty. Floril -
    ''HenryT Brhughton Kendall' dect .....tor 10.1,1'.11"l l' ". as Ilxecutrlx: of tit In KI..lnlnp. I>'1,>rlda. on Tuesdt)'. J r. .VI.n: >TI"IJT. < '""I'u own of KlnBimmi-. i'itv Com
    otherwise the I 1.r..prt' hire n' 1,1. .r P lir: .on. del eaMei]. : .\ : fly THf: CtTV-Iinuiry 2. l"21 at f.. clock A. M. Clerk ('I 1'1'fK
    I r-litnnnt
    i:: In.Interest tli it HI the tlm I will' l II- TUT <' of electing directorHfnr 4 .il I I'toilet. ..
    after dVacrlbed. All 1 pirtles -I-t tin ..0. : ITV '1)1t t M. for th purport Ir. ut < '.urt ) .
    _ _ I ols 41 1 and 44 of prospei Park
    ................( uiidt.t> J. .uipll M c .mv. Hnil I ..(.lull. as I:..< utrl < of : I tinI inniiing' year ..0 the triniictlon - -- -----------1 -(lib. Ilv. Lots hi A 53 F L. I
    tbelr .
    '. Ilvliiir tend all untu'li'.f : >r a l 111..1 Tint cv erv' p."r" '' who 01 silt.U lu. .ss I. ma) propilvcome : OK '" IT. I Co'\ddltlon situate ito Kisaiuim -
    I I. November 4tlt A
    lnte.l ,
    nndilf In forand itnotingL -- -
    In.t..r it. ti it ...utoino'nl- .'. Osceoi,i Count v Florida,
    l VMI.HKL&flNA \V CxRsi.V4S8tv H OrDOF I', .. Pi I ,."
    ill .
    'Hchun'.s h. .c or otl.r.I..I" .hl'l. I in the fltv .f Kit In l'r. ''J.t '11 'bl ( lunty Thi ttat of Florida to loll parties Intr.'steI
    Fxe l-2t Csshi.'n.tstTiF ida Tov\ .. 4'u" i ..n''
    prp.'rty d..rlb..1 ,
    : flv" '
    h.r.I"1f.r davs after c iv 1..IOn. in the'e described pr->p-
    All 1.0111cc r''I"'n. I.t.r. .. un" licence anl' nutnt <-t fit f.l.lnant. \ .1.,usl.ol -rty The Town of Klsiimmee Cltv
    p-p. N.wbiis. '\1'. I . . -'UTI.: Wa1FI.O Stll! vame u".I.r tin LIWM 01 OF SllT.ID ;: I V I i. f "o \.lil I-t; -or" his ItiMtftutr-d suIt against mid prop -
    . Itlml-tiu intiiiKtx. in" .1.i -- -- N H':" t In K.NHliuinH-
    parti.- I within IU davs .ift- "I'nt. rttor colliction. of the
    I Ii Ih. < of tin . .
    Jewmiir d-coo..t. ., otherwlsi I) (arll 'urt v e In I ,) Circuit Cm:rt. Onceolu < ,5ts't' f'I.- eola I 'us;..I\ lollIn, .
    such operation. Hliill munlrlpal taxea You are he"eby cum
    .1 sadi, 'ml I 1 of the State of Fl > ,
    relnatter discrlhi.l Ml ' IIh.. of "It' t omiilntnant The i'tt.itos.f i"Io"Il.i I tn all pir'i., C -
    T..n KI..lmm. ,
    his automobilt- rnaid'il In said suit the
    : on
    rOlrt In for osc-ola In i .. ., appenr
    lalmlnK CO'J1Y. "- : t'ri-stt.I( In the il.1,01lest'rib. .1 p
    .1.1,1 "no |
    Inl..r..I. f .
    . .r.u. 1DJ4ltnttiM
    the of
    .. in Ofrtct it lily Januarv A >
    .' '. J I: Has .hlr' .
    lam C If anl if r : it f''II' -SW'Cor Rlk 20 p H I i, "'rt\ Th. T.wl of Fissiitsm-*. 'it' ' Ih'lnl. Ih. giving, tli Hel. 'J. \\ the Judge and Cleric of said
    1 I' M. I.t. |. ( .
    lead all rlalmlng l IntermtKFunder HIM .1 a ..'. I)<. ' 155.1' \ ,Inn" I oliert r1'- has luistItsit-.t sjtr ,uirnJiiHt soul s
    : < ir. the of mirhln P Ciurt ind the seat thereof on thIs thej"1"
    William c R..wltttl.1 .1.yr For.--lostur.N"(I o. ly h.rei" > I tp. KI..I."e. rtffi,' ,tht ri [ thou. of .
    : the engine t Ado fl'u..I. .1. th..4.II"llo..1 I Itli iJjy of A. l. I 13'J
    otheiwlsi. In the prop.'rtv In"leinxfter purmitnt: ta flnil <.('i e n..k\ rst.ict-n""I" i .i , florid: rnuniilj,.il I .. y"HI su ire '1'' OVFR3TRFKT.Clerk .
    rliiiminuInterests Ilb.l. tin i-.mi.01 IHth .llmh'r. 1. I ,.f Florida all .iivd" d In 'nd ., th
    desrrllied I. .J The Stite to ;pntl I I i.'s ni I. atfl.--r B e nt 01 : Circalt Court
    Iw- under J.. "tI.IJM'I: .i I.vchen- Niivmiber. ..\. I. 1 1J2, I ah,1) ,' .r .. "Y n.-r. ""o. its ro-eI-1 terested, In the ibove .tlestnllti "Ii'rty >ot, tat dn in( .f in-i t\ \ l Ii l.2l: :! Circuit Court Seal l-2t
    elm. H Iv"".. ,and. I dend. all pirlie I nil 1.- ind II Ht IUhl. ,' ftr .... 1.1."h." t'I."h'r Thi Town of 1vl,
    Int.r. J..unit' II I utsi! to tin' I ., lt.i.I..r. :\ his lustltuti suit a""n.t sill p"-'j., 'onit' .iflit! .i,. si tl thereof (isis tin.
    r ffario clllmlnl 14 'h"nh.\I.\ . .. 1'1"I theirlae 't s 'ji'I .1..1 .of the I <'(RU ri. Tloua. it, i:, t ( p. ,r."n w hi op )' "rtln rolleition" of Hi deltn.lti-n ttiMinlctpal 14th ,1 esI'' I I'", mlt i r. .\. l'..1'i-J: !MM'If K OF sit F.
    'a.1 I iiillst I- .r lie in>I.- (
    ,.lininie. O- Oolint' . .
    In the prop,-rt) I. ...I. .r.j. tixe \ ,11 ire lie,'cl"v ,0 "- J ,. li-Eo4TioF-T: :
    'af'r : rtr. Mop.liv Jinuurv Tow"i lit KI.lnm.- i i'.t' '. In Olr.'nit > ',.iirt il-it i,Ii.i' 'u nt) rior-
    cribed The proper)' rhr.. .I l lthla I. t : ,Hide.I tn Ippen, 4tli, .,1' or | 1"1, K Cirinlt' >uiM
    lit.let div ,it A I> I of Ov < "I m s.r i silt T..w iof Klsuiuissi-o' I t C.n'-
    order and r.f.rr.o I.' h.rI' Ifleacribed I- :on..y. I I litt day \ O lUi I, I l tut' i .i. -r .4 .ill I -2'
    " the 1 of Hile % licensed bv sips "'h.- .1"l.H" I I ioui.tst. relic
    liirlnic rtur I
    I of
    \ .mil len. si-I
    as follow tAll 1.0 \ -- - ---
    I'! r lljvtintf si I''' IHMrltt I .' i , .. .. .1.. I,ot I tI.'i h I. rt l'L 11 l
    of that prnpittv Milint" 1 I. L I ." 111. ;piipertt ''' "lu"III. ''urt ind$ 'lie .-. tin ret.f on th't' tlMth sol I i-: ini IT.
    and being I II( .r..I I C.oii t\ F'I IIda. |I'I' f ,.'oil 'lutit FI.'rI..1 1 : five ill) .. afttr l hr.o' I dA) of 1 p. .i. \. l I'. I 1022r iui-, 5, SitUuiths KIeshlitilSe

    I dm ribed' is follow .. to .eThe I g. 41. .inlilw, :at the 1.. h..1 th. t'ltv reiclater' it in .r I, "\ liS1'ltiII : ;1'. Ii fir,.ut *:,u"t. IHC.;ol: ,i <%>un I F'I.I < 'itt. n re.>li Count ) 1"l-r .iiTh.
    ,I nei ,( (1:1 1,w-k, "\\ of Jl-nrv th. l'lt Clerk of th.I Me,'k Circuit Couirn 5 i i'Ii 1...n 01 KtHlmin Chit). I'm. .' State of t, ill laillm 'i so -
    ) to th. To lilt-Il In th" 1.111"1- . .. rested in the al>n\e tee, rU'I prop-
    S. tilhwetl 'I"'r, "r II I II :" 1..1.111.. I : ( u I :. "I) l--t 1.I"Iq.1 v nuw .
    'iuarter. of He<.ti-ill t .. ,, 1 i Morila. Oil i lrul - -- ----- .\ i.: if \\ ,\ '"Ir pi ,. rt\ Thi Town of Kicatirin.-- 'it/
    I 8ull..1. ) Tin Nnrtheist inirtar thencee.t ime Hundred i l 1 \r the time of r. Hstri 0'lf-E nr MI n.In '. I .\dl l ., I. KUfclmme 1 '. i"s.''- hi Infttltitiil suit ., teiUMt$ HIM prop-
    f.. tin | ., rierk slmll ,is.u.t. ti-. i-rttor the i'islii'ttlon t Hi ,liliti'iuentmunlcfpil ,
    f>( t..IK \ ,'.1 l .in "t i r Th- i .! 11" NoI': n 111< I I .1. County. "i.s' I i
    Norlh.I'lUarM.1. ,f th .,'tth- I 1.. i.iy-ss',, inrt .5 1 P.I ch.r.. n reoltrtttloi; Circuit '"iirt ( .('"..rli C iunl, PI,' Th. Stattyt I-'''i ri" 1 i to nil t>.ir" ,.. In t.t.., VlsI i r. t'' h> corn-

    ,mthiiiHt nuts i i I .. th.'n, F.itt. t ',,. on ti.Iisit shill nppeir, 1.1. T..f Kluitl'limie < 'itv rn ., 'ill ,the ilioie prop iniii.ld ti ,ii>n'-ar I In MI J MUII on tin

    ter of. the .,usrt. I 1 I-,. I 1 I""l's'> ) feet .."d "I",. S utli i ", lie, c'ltv the year rind th* I v r'u1* It..I" TI. T'r' of KI..I..le.rrl,0. < *lt- l lar Its of ,Taiiuir> A t> l I'.llttirsa

    Norh't r of tho '"ulh-I| llundie! T\v ,.litA alx' ltd or-- nunI.r In the offu. of jI.n"r: .., -t. ii.l: of R">!""'l ,, .1,1..1 Mitt, 'IKlillMl Hlld, pioprti \\ the .1 uI'-t'- -in.I I le, it rf c.tII!

    east quarter'1'1'Ii. 220 ; 'Id. sislir'-' .211 m. f>.t. t.> the place of ben which t.ii or 11.1. \1' ** HI I Koiirnn, , .. f.,1 tl,, i .,!ti.! tion of th" ileliti, ,i....itnitinhlpal i"ourt snd (hi- t,-ntheteof\ -ri ibis the

    In th. Northeiirtl" .. ( orin r \n.1 I t h-- I' i,ins S.d hn,1| Ivinic In I'I .. I I. conspicuously .1.- i .c.. .1.l l'sUs's f 1"1.1, i tixes. \." Dr. h'rhuuitnsid.'ut Uiti dl\ of I ''-e-lll.-l A l It 1922J .

    >" 'n pirt of Lot Tour I ill of s I IPi front of Ihv.hlct. . lteteatel *. sild, Htilt th' KRSTRFUTCleik
    Vt 1'4orthnt qu rteof th- Smt > I . Th' 4l.t'f M." !" ti ill '- (t's : to "ppt tr 11 "in I. n\ : ,
    east quniKr. les 2" vanKHI.! .. I .).'k \\ i in the (' .r 'n.r.. In th- .t)b..tijeserit. .1 1r0. JI .1.. of lit.1.. .).. .\. l. !15.2.1 ("i-iult CoutI

    'In th Northwest Cirner .of .,'. I j .r<->HN s c\r>n.I ". .-rtr other.. in. >tor "- ". .1-I,., T,'a i' of T.issitt'ifll'ut! 1 \itne.. ti". .1 In.lire mid, < 'lerkf 11 I II' 'II- tilt '.,U't Sral> I Ilit
    tiinlerh .ti't'
    1."I.n. ((2-> Special Mustei' in' i"htn: .... I" In.ttuI.''* 'tit ,.* IIMT ni..I i ft', I.I 1'1"1' I '.'iijrt und tt\. ,"-al thereof on thus the -
    ton I I KKIIH1S i STFRO. orln." 1"I I e..lI.' of t h. ,leltnq-so-i.t M4th .1, of I 1.-.1.i.. A I till I
    .r al IcTI-lit's 41K.
    . .
    .", 5. I tor il.ilmtiit i le 'lal ,'. .
    All In T..hll Tvr. nt -IP oin.| his' mtiiiiclti'il fixes "V ate" h.r..y 'u- J ""FH>THIJl(:
    in.i -si' .
    name j
    South n. -elitht Ki' .t .ansi hla -paiI.i's' ti-I I 'minde l t. it In .iiI suP on th Clerk (Irrlit c'Ir' Piu.l'r at,,il Iniitue of i I I.-. ree 'if
    You. and each of v ou. ,r.' h,'r..hvTrequlred I 4.1 4IIIII N'M>1 I KIn ; l phone nilntiir.tit I iir 11 I let div. ,.f .1.","",) .\ fl I t'121! "l'Ml, ult < ill I I I.-tKIOTH erlotttire an.I I Hale reml tel I and s-s i itered
    to to the nill of Corn.f I.) th Judg, ind ( of Hill ----
    appear 1K22 bv th" Hoi
    'I"r\ July 12th. ,
    of \"tn.
    *. the fornit '
    k ovvn*
    | >lnlnt filed in this cause on 1}. ruleftnay .th. < .tlrt of The tuntv .Tu.I. "sipt in of the hol I to *' .rt ind 'h'I se il 'h"1 dot 'hl, the K OF I'. i harlis O Andrews, Judge uf tli-r < 'n -
    i Vlorldi 1I" :
    "t I'ouitv tie
    In Tanuirv same h.lnl th. lit .1. I 14th div f ,\ 1 P 1 : -uit I'ourt In anti for osceol C'ount>
    day of Jnnuiiy A. I' t., of Hirih A 0 <*">hoon, a\ :( but .no new .ri. 1
    be .
    Witness.. ( \ Hoiorable C f .\.- 1o ni.h.1 It nuiy c"n..rl Tln.t.> City net Clerk I.shall.i k-c-p I Clerk Circuit t i"u'-t Ida Town of KISMlminie i 'It. i '.tti ause In Slid Court pending wherein
    Not tl Is herehulven thit ., ,
    (slrews a" Judge of the above ( ourt' H I"ir.'ult (ourt S, il I l-2t plninan t THUS John Wilson, Edwin It \\ili.n mil (te-K', thereof anil, \\ittieibee. as guardian of th.. full records propel, iy tn I g': of Itloi-k ":1. of u ,1..'rr lice
    and inv tsm.s - --- ---- --- -- I last
    I of the
    \ ExecutorM
    [the ofttilnl s.-il 1 t..r.or. Ih, 23rd d.l unfit estite. will oti I the 15lh d.. the registrations. m 1..1.1 -, url.: OF CEI'r.ji 0\dd. 540,1stSit' Klnnlninnre. m. ,',- will >and nimon testament a of Thontailtson,
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    .of October, A I .Fanuir; )-, 11-23. appl>: tn the "I. ("untsFlorida.. -
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    J. I. OVFRSTRF.ET Clerk T I. Comer. Count Judge I In and : The regiwtratloo tn :., ( ('!.-., Court ( .sceol-i County:. Flor-, The State of )-Jorl. to all parties interested deceased thur K, t.ungan were oomplainints. tat Johnxton Klnalmm -
    be '
    for th
    aald at his office In the to Ilc.n..1 in described
    Cltv Com e
    ;;(Clrcult Court 1.01 count. Irfi T".wn of Kisxlmmee a" property .-e Cattle Company, Ous Noyea
    H Bullock C i In aa'tl! within th. city men The HlMsimmve < 'Ity
    [ I KI..ltm.. plilnanternus' and \Mlliam S. 1'otter. were def.'ndanta -
    KRIBB9 & HTEKD. I I at 10 clock a. m ar as soon 1 and 2 of this or lAt IS to II Inc, A 8 !&' I.ota. 9 has Instituted chit against saId. proper the undersigned will offer for

    |8ollcltor* for Complilnant 41-" the matter can be heard for a"n be made on or b"rur. Inc A. f:. [Drought Sub. !)' for the collection of .the d.lnqu.ntmunicipal BKie and anil to the highest and best
    |o sell. at public or private sale 'In 123 I Div Blk of Robert Bass Addition. taxes. You are onl-
    bidder for cash, In front of the Court
    Iff THF. TirtrtriT COt MT. IN Af! I Icountv. the following described Whoever shall xlolat/ I ".lmm. OnOeolmlCounty. manded to appear In aald suit on House door In fvlaalmmeei Florida between

    5-, FOH 4 SCKI I.A tAt'MTl. FI.une e.tle.: tn-.i: of this ordinance shill .tFIIrl lat day of January. A. D 1'ZS. the legal hours of sale on the

    IM rHANCRHVl V IIIi._ .. Iot. 4 of' Proapect by a fine not exceeding The of Florida to all parties In- Witness tho Judge and Cleric of said of 1M3 the following
    81t. lat day .
    '.Csspla4siant. .. Asiraai J.rs4sa. according to Map thereof on file Dollar or by imprison .. the above described prop- Court and the seal thereof on this the described January re-al estate situate In

    .," '""., .t Hi. -_. ..Bill .. < .>*< office of the Clerk of the Circuit ten day. or both. I erty.. The Town of Klsslmmee. City 14th day of December. A. n 1922 aid Osceola County Florida to-wlf F
    for Oaceola County of lh. Mayor. J U OVKRBTRRBT.: ,
    I- Title. OMter ( Fablleatla" ; has Instituted ault against said property All of Section ela-hteen ( U). twenty -
    lots 1 and S In Block B tlm*. and by unanl-
    Also for the collection of the delinquentmuatoipal Clerk Circuit Court
    (22). tw-enty-
    .::1 1} NOTICE TO lots 1 and J in Block B of read a second time and You are hereby commanded (Circuit Court Seal) (20). twenty-two
    .REIIJEN to sesiloo this Ith day of tax" eight (II) and thirty (10) ,, all of auction Ad.lton Ki..ImtnoCity to appear In said suit on the (*2) the Northwest -
    $ - ----i---- thirty-two except
    rka> State of Florid Aaron .JaruJ Pl w- day of January A. D. 333. nonce or SUIT. quarter
    [ Jr.. If flying, and tn i dead Which application will be .. A. 8 GILBERT. J I lt the Judge and Clark *4 aald quarter ot and the lit Southeast of aection thlr-

    0.clatmlnr Interests under Aaron petition for order of. sale no, on President of Cou.neII. I Wlte. the seal thereof on this the In Circuit Court, Osceola Count Flor of said section; bainir In Township

    rnl.& r Jr.. deceased or otherwisethe In said Court .. City 'Clerk. Vstto dar of December_A. D Ifl3. Ida' Town of Klaslmme* 'City, Com tr-fowr' (34)-ali SI Ba t. *

    '. property hereinafter described.: Do.mb. 14th. 12.
  • -,MO..* E. Barber If living and If W therbee, R5MAT. L OyJRTRmIT. t'n1't.r'r: & N. 11' Lot* 9 tO S JOHN B. CAbEtll4t >
    .ac' all parties elalmlov Internte un. 1.U H ra ol. (Circuit Court Seal) Croll 1,1)) I A E?.Droughts fljub. SpeclAl Master la Chancery.I .

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    11j J EIGHT t" THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, DECEMBER **, 1>2* ___________________________________________

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    OCCUPANTS! CHRISTEN RIVERS Musto Bronson, James Barker, Don ida Quartet, sang the popular "Let 111 1111I11111 '
    BUIIDlSCrilE BUSY BLOCK" ald' Phillips, Ralph King, Hildegrado I TheRest of Tho World Go By," with)
    Chapman, Stanley Davis Bertley' Mrs. Cooper in the audience, in a f f.i
    I t Paul Stanley, Rtp Floyd, and. O, R Murphy\! Melville Porter, Thoa R'ght-' pleasing number. .
    'Dayaori are all smiles these days. Of mire. Stratton, Wlnef red The program closed with another
    course, that's natural ,with all K's-' Frooks, Rosalie Carr, Edna Floyd,, money's worth. HafUell and Hart-
    simnit-e folk nowadays, but these men Ellen Geiger: Hilda Hansell, Margaret zell, Harry and "Dad) ," assisted. by' .
    seem to be especially jubilant. And t : Merrill, .Martha Lee Wilkerson, Griffin, Sutton. Gardner, and Bass, I -I r .. J.e
    when asked the "how come"-they all lroy Boatright, Jas. Rouse, Albert turned loose the azzpating: syneopalic = "" c
    reply ""Doing a bigger ,business than Skinner, Robert Ward Harry Wat, / maniacles which had the theater = \ =
    ever lwfore. ,| con, Marian Carson,. Katherine ButI seats beating time. With Harry == I
    It seems but 'yesterday! when the !I ler, Jewell Simmons, Louise Travis. at. the piano, and "I>ad" juggling/ the -
    + , site of the Rivers biulding, or j'Betty Nowby, Leroy: Ducham, Edward ilium sticks, it wan u real honest-to- ; TAlE appreciate the patronage of
    "Tho Busy Block a* tht e gentlemen -1 Ilnye, lxolen McCollough. ,goodness:: act II
    5 call it, wan: the well-known Third Grade: ': George 1 D. Shaw I The performame: nettenl) the base- Pr V i
    t "camphor garage," horse shoe pseu- (;Jeoige Steffee, Joseph Dietz, Flem- I bull. team in the neighborhood of a ' our friends during the--past
    do-cruft. and ellel'ul hang'.ngout: for 'ming Brooks, Mae\ ci King, Martin hundred dollars for its baseball park, sf
    what happened\ Uong.( Toduy all Chitwoodfarit.:: .- Joncx, \Viigin; "'ail furnished an evening of A No 1" -
    dotted up with spiffy electric signs,, Il nnnh, Elizabeth. Deycreo. Bernice" j ant us* t.out.FME ; which has enabled to make '
    : up to date. "tore II. orehestrafied cafe McFarlund, Helen' Huh! und hotel, it is a different sort of :'Manne! Gulligher, Llo>',11l'f'IIII'wh ESSENTIALS: ; TO ,
    I j,lace.Stanley's. ;\ / Ileniy John, Nave, Alvin 1.1 COMMUNITY( HUILWNR our offerings so attractive. We .
    Pharmacy haM a new Overstreet, lIul'rtmith.:: (rlaiidcTyndall I
    wrinkle in it., one of t these electric I Hetb Stnrr. i lla'ardVbh';, .-. 1 j.' IC."tlllll".1, from Pl\lre' One i
    !Sun-kist': juice squiitcrs) which\ transforms I liiRhctn I Aldd-man) (Olive) liowen.vaid |than the home town, newspaper. The wish a continuance of your friendshipduringu23and1iopeforyou
    Florida's golden fru't, ; into the H("\ WuKon, :Mowis LtcYowell, 'Sn I11' I thing applies' to>> the newspaper;
    I delicious unudnllt rated f fresh, orange Khbeth (Cotteiman I.ui'l'a' I Kot.'n. 1I' to the] merchants., !No matter how gl
    (iuire. which trickles from, the spout .Ij', iellIe (:Ji-iflin,. Dorothy I } :'t1ittlIrgftiet ',',, much, you like t the dully paper from
    and tickles the palate, nnd should Pope, KofjlnHilton, Thel-! i th.- liir'jrer centers, there is/ no papel' = ,j .
    gladden the Florida l Development> lila Yules1, AlveolI Yules.Fen i in the) -tatc wliuli; does/ more for your '
    Board and the local 'Women', Club! u"I' rill (;Jrude: Sadie Alv-cy, Eliz- own community than your own hometown a Merry Christmas and ProsperousNew i _
    a fulfillment of their utgt m'flts of al eth Bas", Benitn Conper" Mildred paper. 1 In u town in Orange
    sonic time ago! for utilizing citrus( ('irr: I Inez I Duwoon K. fruits for beverage purpose. I A 11 141r. '\- I llu I .i.son. L"I" Floyd's groceiy. sporting its new Lung, Margaret Petjfoon, Bessie; lit ",..t public tnlerpriics, nod it gives =
    fixture* nnd location, dH 1 n greatly Quirk Vivian Smith, ;Mary I'rancth i iS'rtitb | l largely of its space, and the-n the =
    increased business from t t"he very ), Florence. Savage, Lois Wnidden -ame 'people who u 'k this I service -- ----
    t tI tart in the "Busy Bloik" and( presents I Margaret/ Wbidden I, K'nm i from, the\ I paper go to another city fo' III
    a tempting array of fiesh. fruits Woodtill. Frunesnullg, Kuth \ tes, their advertising. The citizens should !!
    I and vegetable!' which liianch of the l.rma:" Bouth. n..ln'1I1'r.. .'lnt4 hew\ I stand (by their newspaper' in matter ,' G. W. PERSONS COMPANY
    business) has 1 been' greatly enlarged! )l.jivi-, Jack TJ T'-" Bill! T '1 along with tlie accustomed grocery; : it J. Naomi :-11I.ll'; I'al'v I'a'lM't ;- tbe\ should stand by their mer11ch.i'nts. ::= =
    I and feed l fiiodurts.. t. (Clniilifl, \, Hig.loti." Jnunita) Ili-ll)!, ." Is .
    II j\,", 11''. and nowadays 01111"/ Ihelina l <(< 'hanip.ngnc' 'I ]i/.ubi'lh: 'i \' l B mi. '1 1111 I'diitationul sy-tim v\n;. the :S: 11
    I to mid; "<.afe'' en "Inter1' ti Know son, ', ( ;Juv W.itsun, ,., Furl: ;. SteinmaiialtiM M\" Tailor of communit.v betlerment I ::: ;.I', .;.J =
    whctl-et} mi\ oriwn" i i', i fc-ri'I' l to \\ ,' Robeits. I Kooi: .,it I,, wli.'i I t ' the. Orange. countv.. secretary' :5in :== le.Y I". .#'" I =
    .' efinrls ii niu h !In"TV' !Imims)' in 1 thiits .. .It. \tils. (;,.illighi "i. Ilil1.'." t ll.iti's.: ,, |,'ui'-i/ed, !. I'hiie" i- ri"( airenoy, ill> :;= : ----- 1=
    d"p f ling /n ,good 11,1' Ill<* fi, >m, guests who I3__ ",' l.ois .1 i. .oi': "II.XH- ::111110.! \ ""'iiiiniy.ation I I than >j- the p lln| ri :
    -top I I htre. an* piw-; along! the yoodwoik fI I D iv-on i- )liulili'ini'i' .I.hrjstiit' M/th i lu-' :MaiKthel, : ) 1 Silni)l' "is. I It! (' ; I j'O'nl I < hiennd. < "ii'iiuiilXpie ! \ i I N." Sw.iiisun' <(< '11'1'10'1'.1, ( ) ,. I 1:1-: I MKiali-'ii., and,' aiiauhv) T'n" / 1IIIIIiTIliiii11! iiJlIlIlIlIlIIlIIlIIlIffi] lll 11/111111I111111/ II/IIIIIII/ IIIIIIIIIIII iiilillE l li iil1lli
    ( ( .MPir iipp>-"< lotion in I irluin'lorapnt M'niis, I I." 'li-Iltihi.; r.nil, \I., . < hiiolshould lounleiuil this III :1 1ftiii .
    I cf;at I t ion ex pi csscd.Tnkin Bill, <(O'lliyan< ) :' .lolin 1C ghtmire.: , l lt l.< / Till.! The pa'-ints should lie suf- .
    all] topi t dh"I't I the I liumh, nil I J.:' nil.ill.! 11"1 I ni"ii,! \iue-lni./ lieu" 'ntlmteiested I ill the' idiiCiitionof !' -
    the eoiner seem to have llnii} )!* coming I ilth, (.rude: :Mai' .e Mi I'.n l.unl.I'hvllis their childern i I t to I beionie prsonal I. (' ;
    I their \\ II)'. Kni'lan;:) >I, Duns' , B.ISCliifurd: Iv iii'iguamted' with their, teacher.
    --- -- - j "-. : : I I.uyd: }Bt": .1Iflhll:, (' J I, ''fj[' r", i!i TlH'I public' I school I is a dt'illt.,1 factor: 1 'I.fh. iv will )10" II I small dividend paid Gazette "Want Ads" Do the Work :
    II MSTEin A K()Cl': STOKYOF () Kithard. J II IllIo'). 1 H! lymond I ''av' I H.-i! B"I"1,1, ,. i ; ( the' 1ft of Jan-
    v I I're-to'i Patrick' Company 011 ,
    of the An A
    I ( KISS1MMKK: \\ (OMNConsidtiulile ) immigrant.) mem an :
    __ I I Ail1) '..," :Siitlgra.'l; un' ay Tjson, a man) / or woman who f fits into tinAmeiican uary.I .
    I publicity I lias I>.'tfl!> BllK; :S'llltll.;: Oliver ( 'uison, liurtoil ; iilials no inuttfr where his I ho pod to make t this payment in I
    iri'n in pallet throughout t the 'late. I I" Joseph JiffordJ ". KailLupfer. | ancestors; came: f I'onv. 'Ihut 'ommuni- ''time' t / for ('hii-stmas l lout upon investigation I
    to a Htorv from Jacksonville that Russell :Svsa.n; ; Mabel 1'ans- ty can only grow when it supports it- found that interest on tile ;
    Mrs. A. B. Yoder, of Kitsimniev, pot Ici'', Itt-i,thin :Millt'. l>ublic si hools money. deposited x\ould' be, lost to UtI'I I
    off the train in .Jatkacin. with hernineyearold :Sixth; (irade: Ktlul! Junes' I., \'rto. i In tlosing Mr: . )Lehmiin .said "I I 1 .creditor! if the same, was. : withJrawn I .. 4-
    daughter und told I th.! Itass, 1 Henry tIO" Lt.Ofl. Woodfin Bu'lough : ,'ar,' not how you may tondutt >' u1i pnpi( to January 1st. 1w-------
    Ktorv that ,she had been (given a hundred ) -, E.\\Iii ('lilnpa, ,.,".,. Einet>' |I' i\i ii! I life or your commercial" life; S. B. OWEN. I II -
    II dollars by two me \ in Kix inimci1 Plan i", 1 IC ilph :\Mix': (>wen Simnioi. i I As Receiver of The Waters
    you may support sour new-papers
    I and told to leave (town imnnd-, :Marvin' Tyner. (Chfford. Chapman Ar- 1,I''iunl our "..hool' but hat community 1 _& Carson Grocery; Company. .:..... The Gift a Man
    t tinir I "' \\ h'I' Murii'v. Tanner, Kliza- -- -- -- ----- - -
    lately. The attention of The (iaettehainjr ") ill in ver thdhidl, ) leaves out of !'
    been called to t this story a lepresentativc ) l th Stilfee. Iklla I lemming. Edna itprogram its; lelation to I the Cures MalariaChills
    of this paper madi mi effort .Ionian, ., TIll hIll! Davis) i B..ltIa" I I.1. i liiinh.I We must r.og II liC. I the 666HEHTHnL'qDUGH and Fever" / Would Select Himself
    Snvdei Alma, Dengue
    to gt t the fatth in the caii'. I Co u Seavi ( ltiiiittof .religion upon the communi-;
    Mr. Yoer! wn< nluttant! ,to-l l-..<.'ii Eva: T)'ndallL..' y '\ a'u-. J t \tillMlllei. J: tj ill which we live. We owe a great or Bilious F :jver.
    !his family affairs. but, said thai \\litn I I I I i'. < i r dibt tn the organized church than, -- -- --- -- - ,: vI -. ----- -
    he S'nl" (Grade; )K.dnh. l I lLtIn -. "\ illiiiin.i _
    returneil to his farm :Sundav; < 0 gh'' : mam of u<- are fieiuentlv'| willing I to,
    has wife had gone nnd taken t th. I lit t )> ( 'arson' ,,, (;ni"\i ".' .limit. Upon it dipinds. citizen
    tie girl with hei.! II.. ailmilti-d that K.I: :, Stiaub, EII1I,, ( ..iltnan) , :Marij.l.i . hip. oar well i lounded development our
    fonKiderable, ) domestic trouble) had Ji.'uis.': : I Dmalil, \\'ker.: : Stnl.liI y! i (immunity raH'bl'st .be upbuild-(
    been theirs for a long1 time ant I that'( ; "1'iankliii 1 Kd\var; >K, Hi inn I It ''t.l \\ liii'; h rer gYlizi'tint. .uni'orttil- :Ir
    hiM. W ftIlkth frequently I theatened( t to lit.I! 'HIM n. I llu-k Stunlev., I I..i "i'v' l.iS hurt' -.5 und its .riligious life, in theclevi GIVE HICKOK Belts and BudJw
    leave him He is tjymg to develop : v.. i n. lIa .d! I Hnt/il I YiOii'i a \\ iItln. i''!- I :
    ... ; Icipment i of t the cli-un standatdsind I Christmas. Be sure your remembrance
    his :
    flirm.rythinJi! on \vhii-h has ,
    : luftId"ub of which an Amer- DROPS
    !been nihUiiteful* to Mm. Yo moved l several tunes at her insistence ; :Ninth (;irad.tth r T1(' /Dcnu'rur. ,
    At the 'onl'lu"jll" ofI: r. I Lehman'j.ddifss -I fprppss and throat 1
    he halt jefused to move airain.He Christine :\1 a v.:1 :Miller. I Ina I Hov.ard: Katz. president of ( have selected for hi uelf.HICKOK. ,
    Knew of no threats havinir, be,"\ Phay Irene Spenie, Athaha Gufhn.Ttnth ; ( the t haniber, \oned the sentiments I '
    t mud to her and has. been the lecipicnt Grade: Eleanor Rosen, Mary I of the too few' who 1'al',1 thtr visitor products arc
    Louise Snodgra I _
    uf none himself. when he said. "In 1 lii half of tleha"I'r -
    --- - -- '1 ", tlfth Grade: : Lewi Cairpbtll.''! !! : known to all particular men ,
    ( of Commeue I \\ lilt to
    I. SChOOL HOLAHSIIIJ: Eltamay. Sinpson.lA Suhl. F. S. Ledbetter. Arthur thank :Mr. lA-hman for(0, ; word, he for thefr ...J1ed q I
    REGULARLY: IMPROESronllnueil "
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    -------" 1 The speaker, toutheJ, thi > ic ity smart style lattyut
    ( I fuin |.ai-f \1 I )('.'\ L PEOPLE PHOYE upm '
    Mabel McLaufhlin, Vera Maltby, i plans of Oranj'-1 county ta bfuutifv I1fJ ? Pi":" anct.!
    TO BE FINE strength* .paoooffin
    I the highwa.vs. They are planning .
    Dorothea Belle Katz, Lessie Johnson, : : I j
    LJlJianGrlffln, Merle Stinebaugh I (Continued from rage One)' there to the, he Dixie said Highway to add a at Florida the county touh t, NEWBY[ y I INN : Plu h-linea, HICKOK .
    Benjamin Cecil --r
    Cooper Shipman, .
    )percent of the audience on their final ofplf )
    il, : ,, ', James And.'ew Vaughn Lomoine, Tommie, Leroy McLaughlin Miller,, Ijoy, '1;JRugEthyl: Starbird end Ethyl Katz lines typical by of planting Florida trees and and,'hc'-bespoke flowers j __ gntboit$ - ?)4! j put on a Jewish comedienne' act which the co-operation of the Osceolan} : hi lcc u '
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    Bell.Second Grade Leo Hansell. I I was worth the whole! price of admission. this enterprise. After the meetinga Home Fir nose Away From Hoiri: : '
    : Beatrice I .
    compfete *. rtmcnt ,
    l large number of the 1.I..nI.di", : !
    Luesing, .
    Hortense'auR'hn. c
    Hazel In a brief 'inte'lude) from the f..J-. .. I
    Hall, :i\ lU si l the plans with1 ". Lehman Alt'tCti\ey! Decorated I'
    Virginia Carter, Estelle Ar- fide Robert "Coue" Kobler local nrti.t. among wbjdi
    nold. Floanna nnd tentative plans v.( IC laid for u I
    Ruth )Oeyoreo Burrows( Fleda Dolly:'Milar Cooper FlorisSinquefield , turned( out a water "'t-fla whicTeverybody "lommunitv day" where a big pulling Weekly Fates L-__ you an su.retoaiii4., '
    was "real: goo I togtther mie-ht transfe1' some- of t the
    Kathryn Smith, Elizabeth "
    stuff. and got a well-dtiserveJ "hai-1" nrorke .'
    eveores alone the biifhwav' into p ttxtt ,
    Smith, Louise Sullivan, Verna Dur- for his artistry.. Lancaster, Grave, Phone 221 Excellent! Meals I "
    Hossoming garJ"ItYTi'ul of Flor-
    Edwin \ II
    rani Crouse, Bob Gilbert, ,
    Ivey and Sutton, billed as the Flor Ida.
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    "1 1I The Bank theAbility With THE CORN - I Kisaimmc, Florida

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    from his horses after he had fed them be- ,-, ,tt.

    I and f"'s he was stingy, had the wrong view 666 quickly relieves Colds .

    Willingness of what saving is. Some are too miserly! = and LaGrippe.Constipation, ,

    == to Serve and fVi 1 >close business to succeed ; too distrustful in ==1 Biliousness and Headaches.WANTED Merry ChristmasFor '1f,'
    relations. Believe
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    We invite you to open an account here. Merry Christmas :May you have happy I
    =: sale of monuments and !
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    headstones year that is
    I.I in Kissimmee past, and 1i 1

    and surrounding good fortune in the year to come 1 i

    : t i Bank f Q Qf, Osceola County i f very cy.Write territory.,profitable at once Pleasant for work.agen-and: :!, . ( ,I ..1c;/,1 1 4

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