Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 7, 1923
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01145
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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ROAD"Ferry Jules M. Burgulres Of West Palm BJ: Small ,pf Mt. Sterling ARRANGEMENT'' r
Beach Re-elected, President And Kentucky Bays Interest Of C. C. .
A. A. Coult Secretary Tuesday Jordan' And-Assumes Control
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Service Necessary Howard M. Kate of Kissimmee was Manager C -C. Jordan- of the Ca, 'J....l\I. Willson And* HI ClayStanford ;i

-On Ocean-To-Gulf HighwayFor elected a director of the Florida Development EDITION .AT"ONCE sino-theatre on Monday of this week Express Their., 11

Months .More Board at the annual meet; turned over his interests in the thea| '
Three ing of that body in Orlando last When the Co-operative .Booster Edition of The tre to William B. Small who recent. Views ,To._ Commission l'

last Tuesday. Jules !ol. Burgulres, of ly bought the lease from Mr. Jordan. 1
curTefltOfl the street West Palm Beach was re-elected Gazette is completed and ready for circulation Mr. Small arrived in Kissimmee Sunday The course of true 'community'de.
WCetP that the Ocean-To-GnU Highly president, with the other officers as with Mts. Small and her mother, velopment doesn't seem to' "run

\ could eaUy b* put into service"shape follows vl6e-presldent, George ]U. about December 14, it will contain so much matterof Mrs. Belle Frederick, and have rent, smooth" either The; city commissioners ' "
t. do away with theferry Baldwin, of Jacksonville; treasurer, ed the Jordan home on Rose avenue. can testify\ to thU fact. The "*"* i&
over the detour in the Saint John. J. D. Ingraham of Saint Augustine; interest pertaining to :Osceola County and in Mr. Small has been in the hotel particular ripples on'the surface at -

Jver section were carefully Investi.gated secretary A.. A. Coult. of Jackoonville. and theau,- business all his life, and' this time have .to do',with the development'of ., 4.1S. ,
Tuesday morning by a com- .. particular Kissimmee and will Be so attractively' comes to Kissimmee with a .vast experience the water front. '''I'I. an w
..itlee from the Klsslmro Chamber The chief topic tinder discussion at in the moving pictur*. gamein old object which has, in year gone.

of Commerce. A similar committee the annual meeting of the body was pictured from actual life scenes, that you will undoubtedly all its aspects. lie has recently by, caused as much discussion as that<:
frorothe chamber Saint Cloud was the advertising campaign to be con- sold his theatre and a motion' picture evoked by bobbed Malt in' recent,

( ected to accompany the Kissim- ducted this winter in the New York want to mail copies to your friends and house( beth of which he conducted in years. A few'monthsi ago the smoufe, e'h.
ee committeemen. but through some daily paper* during the Florida state Mount Sterling; Kentucky ant will dering flies were fanned into flame 'c

Misunderstanding of schedule did not exposition. The committee on advertising acquaintances everywhere. In a word, you will be make Kissimmee his home. He is net by the decision of'the city eommfs-- ..
mike connection presented well 'worked out only interested in the professionalside lions to give up th-bulkheadingrjob.

Through the courtesy of P. L. plans which the meeting approved. proud to point to your home town and county as or the theatre game, but is enthusiastic if the voter should act,dictate and' t
rove manager of Lo". a Bus Line, Eleven different advertisements, each over the amateur productions -I put the bulkhead! money into street ;A ,.

lix member of the Klssimmee chsmber fully Illustrated with drawings, will your permanent home. But'in order to make certain :, which have been put on in Kis- paving #
. accompanied him over the Melbourne be used, covering various phase of stmmee- by the Band and the Anteri- 'The Chamber of Commerce was, the ,

road to a point seven miles Florida's advantages. of obtaining such copies as you may desire, it ;,, (Continued on pars KIR'bt) scene of one of the word-btttles,
Melbourne. Those mak- when 'the '
4hi uiHo of members present the .
fag the- trip were Carson Farmer will be wise to place your order TODAY. Copy SCHOOL BOARD SETSVACA'ION session voted in favor of the fund ..'.
probiilont of the chamber, James M. VOTE IS CANVASSEDBY i transfer, after having' previously '

JohnKton, S. B. Aultman W. B. Har- ready to mail lOco asked'that ,theelection be. held up
and Allison T. : for further investigation. Three .
ris. .1. 1 K.:: Eilmondson ; men
French. SCHOOL BOARD ... > PERIOD opposed the transfer and argued for

statement had been frequently - -- - ---- --- -- - - -- --- ,--- completing the water front develop*
The - -- ------- ------ -- -- --- -- -- ---
made that a amall force of men couMiu --- re- !ment at any cost. Several city councils It.
few the old roadin Principals Authorized and the present city commission. \
a very days put Only Two Votes In Affected CARNIVAL GIRLS' BASKETBALL
Much shape that the long detour SGHtOL To Take Steps To Controlcommunicable had wrestled with the subject; but' ,
and thi flat car ,.t rry" need not be Three Districts Against the present commission anxious to" 'J 5 ,

MtiI"or! the purpose of inventigatmtf Consolidation Measure Diseases see cveryththgwfor the good: of theV: -
able -- city poisibfo forward, tried once'
this report' ' HI well as being{; go W
- Chricmiai vacation: in the public Some of them with the'
accurate and authentic informal morn. ( city ,
to KIV Two people inth KUsimmee district chool of Osceola county will begin .
made : : attorney went to the North Carolina ;
travelers these men
inn to. They were, forrej to the No Four, voted against the I High School Fete Will Get Appearance Of Fair with the .cl"se of the afternoon ses. i I headquarters of the Atlantic Cout'J,

tin tup.. that the statement was measui to consolidate special tax Under Way At 6 o'clock Basket Shooters Of The sion of Friday December 21 and will I Line and mad a"!Vt desperate effort "
ii'm"''U IOn school district Nos. four five, and I I end with I the opening of the school on ,|i to acquire the" title to 'the rsil- .

IxitlU in t'cmmltteefound error. that the portion six, et the election held November On Saturday Evening High School' Tonight Monday morning January 7. These toed landa which area prevented the ; "
The 24, and not one vote was cast against dates set at the regular Decem-{
road from the turning 1 ----- -- were I I finishing of the bulkhead ptyn Much *1
<>f the detour to half or threquartcrs ?. the iveaaure in either Boggy Creekor Tomorrow evening at six o'clock The girls basketball season starts ber meeting of the county board of 'I'to their satisfaction they made an t Ju Ir'
of the a ;
punt of a mile beyond the Saint Center Park. The vote was officially will see the fruits of the labors of the tonight. About fourteen of the players public instruction last Tuesday morn- I agreement whereby they .-......
be re'Imd'nlly canvassed at the regular meet- high school pupils for the past novel will accompany Coach J. R. Bowen I lake front land, of approximately fifteen
Johnn. bridge, could for very fairly easily I comfort- ing of the board of public instructionlast 'al weeks, when the sixth annual to Lake Wales, where they will ing.Another matter which engaged the acres, for a sum much smaller

pairH there to point Tuesday morning. I carnival, for the library fund, will measure accuracy and speed with the attention of the board was the thSn the railroad had repeatedly refused l
aliUtravrl.. From a The votea in the three dUtiicts I make its bow. The popular event girls pf the high-school of that city. measles.!! This disease has kept several I and the verbal agreement that 1
se\en miles west of Melboutne for they to were as follows: Number four, for !(:will take place on the lot back of the The coach has been devoting- considerable children out of school from some 'the' commission would let Darlington !
ooul-l) .ee no possible wcy curs consolidation 42, against Ipostoffice' on Posseil and Church time to the team since the of the grades during the last two 'avenue'remain as it always has been. ,

make the trip unless should the contractor make the don 2; Number five ( conllolida-I') {I streets, and always good promises close of the football season, and the weeks. It evidently started when one ,TMi fitted in nicely .with the.plans of
nutting in the grade for consolidation 18. against consolidation -I to be better than ever before. The team is developing into a fast one. family in town engaged a new servant -i the commissioners to create a.beautiful -....;
till I half at a time. 0; Number six{ (Hilliard's Island I'>managers other pupils, and various The exact line up has not been from Georgia who shortly afterwards water front park and th* verbal
Four days before the crew of Don lioggy Creek), for consolidation teachers !have been bard at work on chosen as this is written, but the was found to have the tneaslo. 'agreement was made The"commlsYslocers.feU *.' .. '$:
ahue and Sons contractors, under the 11. againi consolidation 0; total, for | their respective duties and! the public coach is sufficiently sure of whom he Two children in the home 'each 1. indifferent ,I. at peace with the-world, .. "\
supervision of II. C. Luff. had begun consolidation -I will in the initial to contracted the ': ..,.-.
consolidation fift, against fa expected to find much to amuse use game name grade fUstt' congratulated themselves en not only> ,..
to make the All from a point seven : 2.Thcvote. them. those from whom the choice will be : ease and then other pupilll front ,having been .ble 'to"go ahead/wUh !!
milei this tide of Melbourne work : for school trustees followed of different made The forwerds will be among those two grades and from some i the' lon&-cherl.hffl plan for., bnlkiheading ;

ing westward, using a suction dredge; the qualified candidates, with n !I Various assortments will be sold by the following: Dorothy Bullock, Ma- [ others. j ,, butr with' havhng', :'preserved.
The fill from that point east has been few names written in. James M. gifts for Christmas booths while ry: Kz1t Elizabeth; W. Moseley. and The school board considered the I harmony and nleaswt th. objectors to
completed for several 1 ,months hrving Johnston Mrs. W. E. Sanderson, and the vendors and at the and oiber entertainments Irene Spanee. Centers will be chosen matter of closing the schools: for'two their ether pIA"-. .'and went: ahead,
movies -
been! mode with a drag-line excava John L. Overstreet were elected with 1 minstrel shows will, contribute, to gala from KatherlnsMoseley, Eunice Rivers weeks, but this would Iot pro *entirely 'with plans for the .treet paving.. '-too. 4

tor. Jut the contractors (rot an extent 06, 64, and 56 votes while.F. II. Law- the confetti-strewn Edith McLean, and Delia Led. preventive unless all other ) Last 'week to the "surprlse. ef.!the,
n of their time limit owing to son received four votes In district I atmosphere of better. The guards will come from gatherings; were prohibited would entail .t I city commissioners,: 'agitation'" "was'
contest -
the extremely high waters and otherunuftual number six and Ira II. Wetherbeeone. 'carnival grounds.conducted A popularity in connection the following sextette Madge Rivers hardship on teachers and pupils, I started in .ome'.qv.nera ; regarding

conditions. Between this Center Park cast its entire vote will be event Is always Mary Sanderson, Vivian Floyd, and cost the taxpayers a lot or mon- the agreement-the commissioners! had
point and Melbourne it will be neeuary for each of the three candidates with the cake sale which card. Edna Kritz.: Hilda Barber, and Kath. ey. Such action may be taken if i made tolenv*': 'Dsrlinfton avenue
to build a bridge before the whose names were printed on the a good drawing erlne Denning. found necessary and the board passed closed .In order.tot gettheland': forth
could be used, even if it wen The annual carnival is tinder the basketball Is Inter. the principals -
road ticket, while Klsslmmea gave two Boys taking on a resolution empowering water bent development. At
BOHMble to nasa the dredging opera- votes to Mrs. W. B., Makinson and auspices of the senior class., while est and the coach has failed ifor a of the ,...rfou. schools of the I,Tesday'ti-2D.Unr., ef commission
tions. The bridges are not contracted one to Mrs. Willa- Steed. I each grade of the high school- under.takes full turnout of candidates on next I county, to, trke ,such action as might: a delegation;'waspresent but are being built by the state road mills special' school tax Monday. become necessary to' prevent ;4 the : matter with ,the' commIssioners.J. .,
The Cve some special part. __ ___ ______ ___
department. A thirty foot fill is being levy carried by a Dig majority, re c spread ''of' the disease. ,City: Health 1 I: M.' \VIIlsofv and II. Clay 'Stanford
made to throw up the grade and celvlng i .65 votes.. Hilliard's Island OFFICIALS GUESTS AT SAINT CLOUD OPENED Officer Dr. H. S. Geiger does not, at opposed the action,, while pat .Johnston -,

much of it must be made in twelve voted eleven' for five mill and onefot' TOURIST CLUB HOUSE this writing, consider the epidemic wss present:fo 'speak .in .Its fa*
foot water No way could be de- six mills. Center Park 'voted SCHOOL LUNCH ROOM sufficient to warrant such action, ' ,
tsnuined by the committee whereby twelve for five mills and one for ten I *' ,* r *j fr J____>l_:f Several''cood- %Vd '" but; has ordered a' "quarantine. yor.Thfr.Wllln; 1 :: .spoke .first... II*. said

cars could pass these operation.- cx- mills. Kissimmee "Voted ',32 for five!,'City, County., And' School Officials Old Maid's Band And contacts.-, This quarantine means he bad 110'detrlre to,oppose, the commlasloners -
cept by throwing up half the fill at mills six for ten mills, two fo" fifteen -i I Were Invited To Eat Lunch And Speech Result In Raining $500 that parents are instructed to keepat that he wanted to see the
a time, which would double the re mills, one for nine and ninety- I| Inspect Facilities Offered More For Additional Expenses_ home all children where any oth- bul.kheadtair: : continue.- that -he iimdi '
taming wall cost and considerably! in- nine one hundreths mills, while one i er child in the same household has! i I been one of the staunchest,advocate'
cretti< the filling cost. vote was for less than five mills, I the school lunch room |: Monday afternoon was a gala day the measles. He and the school authorities of this important development and
M huff stated that he expected to being cast for three. ',, Every year day set apart on !! in Saint Cloud. when the store clos1 are on the alert, and are still wan, but before he would"... .....
hI'the grade completed the three- The school board was unable to seta ,'has one special entertains county officials. 1'ed at one o'clock and remained closl watching the situation very careful i Darlington avenue remain closed he .
nuaitcrs! of a mile to the Saint John ]I date for the bond election to vote which it the invited guests included l ed until after the ceremonies at the ly. There is no cause for alarm, but would rather see the bulkhead money

nv.-r bridge within the month, and \ a bond issue for anew high school Last Monday Messrs. C. E. Yowcll Sam I opening of the new Tourist Club every effort Is being made to safeguard i sunk in the bottom of the Atlantic
Jen I
the mile and three-quarters waft of I and primary department, all the consolidation J. O. Lanier Howard : House in the city park. With A. S. the children from contractingthe : ocean! lie cited a former decision
the bridge in another month and a does not take effect until Hraminar, J. Johnston, J. L. Over-1 I McKay as grand marshal of the parade malady .with consequent loss of i of a city attorney to prove hiscon';
half According to Mr. Luff. the 'thirty days after the official canvass Katz, James Hansell, Henrv O. Par- the St. Cloud band, assisted by school time. ] tent Ion that the commissioners had '

surfacing contractors. Noll and Noll, : by the board, and petitions must be 'street, J.L. M.I). Oversreot) Ackics Bass, I one or two from the Kinsimmea band, The school board at the beginningof no right to agree to Io( so, but ,City ;
ar<- already three months oml a halfbehind I 1' prepared. This would make the date tin, E. B. B. Doughten, J. R. led the parade from the business section this year adopted one important I Attorney Steed and Attorney Pat
but R. V. Phillips, in the for the protection of the the was
contractors him
the grading i of effect/ of the consolidation January D. B. Shaver, U. J. Burrows '| to the park. Tho players I measure Johnston both told cat
the indications are that the new 14, 1924. After that date the boardi Gilbert French, E. G. Vans Agnew, and band were all attired in _womenV: (Continued- on I'all'. EIrht) I I not applicable as there is not, would
grade might be used for put' of the act a properly signed petition A. T. Harris ami Mesdames W. E. I and presented an "old I I not be, and could not be a* question
upon ,
i I can
time at least, before tho entire sur- ; calling for the bond election. Sanderson W. B. and Willa Steed. I I band" which called forth maidS'j DR. GEIGER AGAINIS J I of I th* city giving title to the part of
Urinopnmnletcd..! No apparent - and Miss Best were assisted plaus and put forth good Darlington avenue affected./ The city
;method of ,eliminating the "feiry" I J 1 Mm. these guests byI I After the crowd assembled at the { attorney explained thnt if the' commissioners
in receiving
could otherwise be seen unleBS the !l "OUR JOE" ASKS I Mesdames Drench. Morrison, Mose- I band stand and the Club House, I HEALTH OFflCER[ I did any thing literal!!':! it.

stato road department can establish Best, Stansfield,'and Roberson- Chairman S. W. Porter, of tho park !became but a scrap of paper sndwafnot
..a passable detour in the river sec ley, of the Mothers Club. Two committee opened tho exercises by I done. Mr. Stanford 'seconded. Mr..

i 1 FOR FEDERAL MONEY members and thirty-five pupils were asking the crowd to stand and sing !! City Manager Reinstates Willson's request that the controls
Beginning at a point 26 miles from i I' hundred not unusualbut "America." Following this the G. ', sioners not keep Darlington closed

Kissimmee was a stretch of brick .. served., of The the menu courses was served every R. Fife and and Drum Corps of L. A'j Physician Dropped In j and made -a long fluent. e.eoh .1 In

road which has been completed foteYral (Would Have Postofflce Here week-rit't one pilau, cabbage salad rolls, Mitchell Post, played "Goodbj'e II Retrenchment Policy! support of his contention rat Johnston *

weeks but not yet opened. And Other Florida Cities I I I cookies and milk (and coffee for th Lover Goodbye," and MayorParV: who with Mr.WUlson, had len
ThU forced a detour at the side of ,i 1 delivered the address of welcome I one of the leading opponent* of stop-;
the road, through very deep sand. On : And Waterway Surveys I| guests.The lunch) room attendance has not!,I the tourists for whom the city of i Dr.' II. S. Geiger is again aeyeral city! ping i'tiS; )bulkhead\ work before; addressed .
| following
the teturn trip the committeemen A. been less than 200 on any day this Saint Cloud had, by co-operation and:! months health during officer, which the city has the commissioners! and said:
with Foreman
took this matter up L. Robertson I I If the Florida congressmen con- and it has reached 275. popular subscription* built the Tour. had such official. Dr. Geiger was "The bnlkheadtng, and water, front -
B. C. year no
Spahler and Inspector wouldbe tinue their efforts to secure new public Necessarily the menu is not varied ist Club House. Mayor Parker made, several months ago by City; : development it the greatest ilietKissimmee
and they said tho buildings for various cities and lunch is aerved for as usual, an excellent booster address dropped in policyof I has. I Have constantly
but a generous B. B. Doughten a
onened that. afternoon. Subsequent done. towns in the state and their plans for ten cents. Every day at 12:05 o'clock explaining in detail why they Manager and retrenchment.. The fought, for it, and,1 do yttThe
reports show that this was harbor development a large called Saint Cloud "The Wonder economy have made
river and to the lunch room la-the agreement gentlemen
90 pupils come of measles community you
From: tbat point east the crews are is amount of federal money will be from Miss Yowell's department. For I ctty.ylng that the reason he called I recent plainly showed the 'need for simply mean that you will not require -

taking up the marl and the brick spent in the state in the near future. those pupils lunch is already served it that was that he "wondered"why that official and the matter was discussed -: the railroad., put in a crossing )'
being hauled. Mr. Spahler expects Among the developments Tuesdaywas the tables before their arrival. ,, he hadn't, come to it sooner. at Tuesday night's meeting of at Darlington avenue. The city ,
to have all the brick laid in Osceola the bill offered by Congressman on These children come in orderly and ]ip..s Mayor Parker's address wes responded commission. Commissioner could not give title to the portion on
county except 1000 feet before W. J. Sears asking: for $2,000,000 fora out quietly when their meal is to by an official: of the tourist Kate city brought up the subject and his I the right of way.. These gentlemen

Christmas.At new federal building at Jackson ended. At 12:30 the high school and'- club- position was endorsed by the other I have both been on the city council. '
present there is brick or asphalt ville. He also wants new buildings grades come. A line is quickly f R v. Frank Kinney, of the G. A.R two commissioners. The city manager before. Have they ever don; anything -
road to the county line except at Key West Kissimraee, and St. formed from lunch counter to street, I ., of whom more than 100 were in stated that he would reinstateDr. toward opening; Darlington?
for one mile. From then to the which detour Augustine; also sites and buildings as these pupils carry their filled I the. parade and at the exercises was Geiger in the morning which he Have they ever done anything towardretting

1 to the "ferry" dirt road at Fort Pierce, Daytona West Palm. plates from the supply table to service I the next speaker, and then Dr. Wm. did. Mr. Doughten made it plain that arrangements mad whereby ,
It not bad makes travel comfortable I Beach and Sea Breete. table. They are served the same I Landis.' spoke on pertinent subjects, the reasons for dropping the doctor this important work could go i for. ,,
te a point 42 miles east of Kissim- Mr. Sears also asks for a survey of as primary pupils. Each pupilpa.s stressing the co-operation which had before were not because of. any lack ward If Darlington wer opened It" ""I

nee. The detour leads to the flatcars FQ**.Pierce inlet and Ki.aimmeei.riV- menu a dime on entering the building ,I made the building possible. Mayor of satisfaction given by that official/ would spoil the plans<",for the- bier ".. 'j

where< automobiles are ferried I er and other waterways in his district. unless- he or.ahe has paid by the Parker and Mr. Porter then called but in an effort to reduce expenses. beautiful park it would cut thisopsrkin "," :
through the Saint Johns river sec Attention was called to the week. About 40 pupils pay on Monday -: for subscriptions and more than $500 In[ the city manager's opinion the two. I urge you gentlemen to go ,,"I t :1

tion. I fact by Mr. Sears that had the government for the wee -60 cents each. I was added to the fond to ,complete health officer was not needed at that ahead with the arrangement you hive" ,
acted on his suggestion a As to the menu served it runs I the building and furnish it, while the time. ma e.**'The public is* Ii

PROGRAM few ,..ra.go millions of dollars through the fly* days of school week i band gave a Joyous blast as each Dd. Geiger's first official act, after ,Everybody spok ,some '.-more.' Mr. J \'
saved the people be- this ((1) lima raised. Issue.orders for Steed warning Mt.,WmMft to chaos >
Sunday, December ., 4 p. ... could have been something like $100 was reinstatement, was to .l
to do government 'in' the his word. carefuily-ph.n Mr: Willson
the funds necessary with or without tomato sauce "quarantine of contacts"
tween beans a .
and what It would bread cooky, tIIemlIeI.. poke of what c the individuals. ef ,
Broadway Band Stand work then buttered rolls,,; slits of present .duration of '"
coat to,doth same work now. milk (2) mashed potatoes with ANNUAL MEETING ..TONIGHT: OF which .h a kept som' children out' of former conneD ''bad gotten out of.H It 'J
also stated ; ,roll bread, when .another.agre.mentwItk: ; the .. ,
KISSIMMEE: CONCERT BAND* Congressman Drane minced meat gravy, ClTY"S BIGGEST ORGANIZATIONclothing school His instruction are '
that he bad ,a' number of eoeky.-milk '?(3)) meat sandwiches, ,. children :5 living in a boawher'* railroad *raa made 'and the purport
U('J. Burrow, Director Tuesday la his district ; .. ,.musf.bekept .t which resnark IV'8teed.nte4
bills for various towns .hot chocolate or mUkj; (4)) Th. annul meeUaw'.t Kfssimmee any chILI ha* th. ... '
cooky ,
Marrh..Kin,' Sol" '___.._.., G1OEUertDr4"Orpheeee which he would Offer as soon as" macaroni with'' cheese .r,tomato rolls chapter of the -Red 'Cross- will '.out of *cboolvi .,,,ftb{ to know''In however this ease.and,H the. hostilitiesocturrad. ,mnUs-'<, .
.. OtrenbaclaAJJIbMt. is yrg.aisod.DL .' milki '(5) 'IDt' pilau. r.isrook Chatnbwof Con- 'tBeeke1aDresatt.da: bid e *:
house at'th ,
i: -- the cook; : take plae dor.teek..tb""fl -
-- t-_. ;; VngLendJ'APaaslnr 'te the. are addedprirnescbbage t'etaID1nC"weJr"forrrwtlrh-r bidhad .
Su ** '"'- ?. 1IIfUt., % marc at S o'clock.tosOgbt. :Orefoerhundred eaatrad...* not yet
FaDeott.J.wflTfTBKMISSIOM NICHOLffTATTnK - slaw, lettuce or com.. tIde been advertised by-th* city manager* ""
-- -.' i. J" CHURCH aypAT! whenever-posIbU.s:; "- '. -... ..tba*-1Ien animal; snesting U for Th specification: called ,for ,_fort Mea " : : :: '.-<

'f 1 KJac reUsh. taMd .Is best.quality from yTr and attendance ,,01' .... retain"all.: : ,'Iadasl1t dii 'ftlUrb 4. :the, >1IotJ"
07P'- Qoen'V-> NlchoUtfJwiBUT 3h* mitt ; u.. mtmbmkto 'A large e'p. . ,
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F = O -' ----r---- ---.t- I .ART""ORD'" HATTERIES;,, SUPPLIES AND SERVICE I I

. ..k. Editor .____________-__Fred Lupfer of real sure enough fun with, citals. Last :yrinr .the music and the 501 BROADWAY )
r.: ", Assistant Editor-Alberta Brunsonit friends children, and. students lour expression;: departments gave a series PHONE 23t, r.;
o, high school. of rnonlhfy recitals, they were : Inasl.
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and 00't
largely thoroughly en-
ar' Twelfth .1_____________Mary Stanley BASKET BALL GAME joyed by everyone. We are expectingthe - .. _. -, , l.
!_ Eleventh ....,.....__Elizabeth Carter same thing this = .-. -- Jf\
'J" Tenth .:._______....Ruth Herzberg Tonight the girls' basketball team year. tit
; f. Music ____-..------Jeanette Squires will play their first game of the sea- EDIICATTONFolks annual .
son in Lake/ Wales. The girls have rec- IODRYE1
, Last Tuesday morning Mrs. Lora been doing some good work for the have said that education did ord of fire loss !L&ID!
, r S. La Mancc visited the high school past three weeks so we are expect- I not consist of learning things but of averages Ll
and gave one of the most interesting ing big things from them. Il has learning whereto look to find out I '156 Public electric washing
talks that we have had this :year. been rumored that the girls of Os- i what you have to know. A lawyer Buildings machine
n Mrs. La Mancc who is the national! ceoja High School have an excellent does not know all the law, but, if he I :F llh\a 1 1:I! ''Ii7f[ TiI l711 71 '
i! J ,} organizer nnd also n lecturer q.f the chance for the state championship. if !is any good he knows just where to totally destroyedIt (RI

W. C. T. U., is an author, traveler they will only work just twice( 11'1 find it. That is so with an engineer I is exactly! as impel/ l lnt that qpa
> campaigner and internetionhl tpoak- hard as they have been. Girls its''about mechanical problems and n I a pubic! official see t ) it 1 hat
I . er. She related to us her trip to up to you, here's your chance, let's''' doctor about prescriptions. But the public property in insure 1 m -ti
lilt Alaska telling of the many wonders see what you arc going to do with it.I I thing to remember is that ;you always that he insure Im own dwell- until

I that await adventurers them.. Her Good luck to :you for your first game I wane to consult the authorities before ingThe service* rendered! by ."'::(: ';';ff; Prices . : ,
story of the trees the coal mine, and throughout the season. I you ro ahead. Your oducnticn is no this agf-ncy working hand in I :1 j .' ...t
. '. gold "mines, fish, animals and ninny The boys started basketball practice good if you run your job by making I hand! with The Hartford Fire; ; '_ !
' other wonders made it a most interesting I in real earnest last, Tuesday''puesses.! Never he tea: lazy to look Insurance gives not only : J = f'A"j;
. r' talk. Mrs. La' Mance speaks night and the prospects for a--.good up r(>(er'nce'hl'n the teacher asks I insurance but filelTl.'vention you f \ NOW' Urn
I / I $155 'r.
very clearly and to the point, so that team are showing up. What (hey you to, !because you might guess and j service. : : to.
I an 8-year-old child could understand need is to make He of yourself. .. -, .. -.1 ;: .. ,
more boys out so as guess wrong. sure ,; ... : . : : ;
I r," her. getting a position on the team a difficult !II Insurance Facts .;';'.. .. -.::...::.:..:.:: ::.:.: ';.::..::.:.:.:.;...., SP
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I proposition. THE WISE_OWI/S_ MESSAGE; I I The rrrnrd of the itrrml lire Ineurnncr ', .'....' ...:.....r. ... ..'..... .,...;....;.... .1" dxt I 1
;}ii, If you have not something good toI' '::'l{'. .:;,::.: : ;;: ::: d.:::'::::< In
IS THIS YOU? I nm no ordinary fowl conaq.nnlra at uan I'rnnel"en ': :lL':I.J" !- . ..
talk about
do I.
of not
say a person I I . .-
> 1 him That in a fine, safe rule to fol- Like other birds may bp. tt as a .....It e. emrrire. -.Lr......",. t !f1
low. Few follow it, of course. If Ho not be a person who is always' ,I nm the Soph'more's wisest owl- i'I .M,. I I It I

i you find :you can not prevent yourtongu making excuses. Everybody makes |I So follow, follow nip. Call on this ajrcncy .i r"")'fflli
mistakes and does things wrong
> from waggling about :';
( your
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'L le-nst. do about every so often. Ilumnn being About the r. mix-ill's great ground! .' I
friends rod l neighbors, nt I ,
: but do thin. Cut down Here in old KiirimineeWe'll CARSON FARMER"The ,
the, con not help JOHN A
I. this bo
: sure you are speaking 1l. r. MCCARTHYK
truth. Do not repent i idle rumors. your errors as .much us possible, hytaking' make! our joyful nightly roundIf ,t. .: ,
I pains, but when mistakes' you but follow me. ""' :"J 'o III r;.' \( :1
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believe and tot .
\ Do not bo to < I I l
eager t
1't retell anything to the discredit, of an creep in, do not try to save your bacon Insurance ;(Ian"choke j -'C-I.w-"\::->.., '. I '1\\
individual. Do net take nnvbndv'f. !\ by making explanations. Nobody I'll lend you--yes, this is the truth til.Otrr !. :.7f'1 'Jsy ElectricalDealer ,
believes! them in the first place, To n great mystery! :I . ..,
ltilrr .
f nM IIr.K" More .
f. word for it. If you just have to talk < ..... .
and have heard l some rumor save it whether they nre true or not, and, if That lies within the p'.icnnore: a-i: llrunilnn) l<....11..11...... Kin.MSSIMMKi .- anl Contractor
up until you can investigate and they did it would not do any ;good. booth'I' I j I ;
I learn if it be true. Rumor-peddling The mistake is made, but the next So follow follow me. i iI'll I --
I. is a rotten business. Keep out of it. thing to do i is to say nothing nnd ik ,' : Sl'Bn'.rsT ST. ci.orii. l n.oRiov! :
to, mine hover to make that fimp guide yOU to a picture show
.) Referring the person who'vai I IIAITIST CIllJ ((.1I SUNDAY: 'C- -
subject of your idle gossip, lire mistake. i Success does not consist! innever As thrilling, ns can be, I tI'JJ', I DRY \
''t' I ''I,
blunders but in to 11:0.I -
making If Sophomore's show you :
sure he is your inferior? If not "Son of Ki'simmoo's Greatest acute
e Waehln rrmorilno.nil
I. keep 8till.NOTICE. never pinking the same- one twice. Oh, (follow follow 111('. Needs'{ What Are They ?" will bo the .. ., i .', rt.311": .'.S9Z'gr >
A J. O.
I subject the Rev.
:' new pastor Walter
FRESHMAN: NOTES -- -- -- -- -
CARNIVAL NOTICE! B. will discuss
Knight at the First
-- Buy !something to cat at the Cur- ....-: .
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'. Tomorrow evening at six o'clockour We Fresbies are busy, busy! busy nival tomorrow, it will make you Baptist (church Sunday morning, at -- I''
the 11 o'clock service. At the .7:30 .
-"-- --
Carnival will' open its doors to J1rl.'pllrin1lor the Carnivnl Saturday. feel better; hot-clogs: candy, any- ."
o'clock -
evening advice, his
Candy to make booths to fix, and al1Undrl'.1 thing. I subject'will -
the the Carnival '
public. Every year be, "The Wisent Man in Kis"im.I -T= -
odds and ends --- --
,) has been well patronized by the public keep UP: going. I .
It's lot of fun, and ; One of Seniors mee. Who Is lie? A cordial wel-j; ; .
''I. ami everyone seemed to have (>11I n too we realize\ our was askpd"What I I awaits all. TAI i w Nh I
I ioyed himself during the evening. that the money goes for books which is n chemical! formula ?" Here come a . '
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This for the will be ours to use for four years. is the answer: "A chemical formula I I k S&JiO.pFWBiH /CfI
year we are preparing 1 *%*
: largest crowd that has ever attendedany We expect those books to swell the is when n lot of knowledge in put jtt AOld '.
library mightily. in as concise a form Mrs. Has "
of the high school carnivals. We as possible. Byrd Ftv,
Lessons seem to be trying to take
think that the Carnival will be bet- "rlt
of themselves but they not Come to the Carnival tomorow and ,.,
ter this than before. We |care are Used Teethina I IIt
vear ever I'I
see antiques from King Tut'Rtomb
have put more work on it, have spent ,I' succeeding. We must settle down I
r-r and
I .'. more time and there are more of us'i' and study, orwe shall have the I I For Ten Years r M< inu .1 ..
this We wish for the chance of using those books another '. , .u
year. public to Don't miss the big minstrel at the ''i : Ke
understand that the money made on year. Carnival tomorrow. clorAll..
''t.' the Carnival toward I I /
goes enlarging MUSIC DEPARTMENTOn "I have used Teethlna with tnybabi J
-F our library. We claim to have an ex- Come and see the Fashion Show ;. for the last ten years: I just 9Zh
:' cellent library for the size of the Friday evening, December 14, you will enjoy it. wouldn't be without It and keep It IaF.77zos A:
school but new books must be added at 8 o'clock, the pupils of the music on hand all the tlm,." write Mr.. It!'
from year to year, to keep our school department, under Miss Deals assisted Bozo: "Gotta new name for flappers B. A. Byrd Route A, Box lot At- to-
on the accredited list. Forget your by those of the expression department -cottontail rabbit more Ala. e golden
trouble, get rid of the blues and under. Miss Stanford will give Bobo: "Why that?" "A* soon a. my babies began to A

come to the Carnival for one evening the first of a series of monthly re- j Bozo: "Bobbed hare you prune!" Teethina cut their teeth and they I vtarted never firingthem had a bit brown flapjacks surer do r.x'rId'''

of trouble like many babies nave. I and,.
1\\ gave It for colic diarrhoea and summer taste like more when made with \I Inc
1 RENEWED "Stooping weakened my kidneys and simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan complaint and It always relieved II
TESTIMONY at times my back was mighty pain- a Pills-th* same that Mr. Joiner them and kept them healthy slutd.
ful. When I went to get out of a had. Foster-Milburn Co. Mfrs., and cood-tempered." ilecJCe' a.InK.

off ,, Chair, I had to brace my hands on Buffalo N. Y. Careful Mother should keep sOLD
I used Pills.ani Teethina handy; a* It l Is most helpful
: No one In Kls'slmmee who my Knees. Doan s .r
suffers .
the In allaylny the pain and dlstr sof HOMESTEAD tot
rid of backache
they promptly me
headaches or distressing urinary lUll teething as wens polio lad other 10.
,';I can afford to ignore this Kissimmee and regulated my kidneys Infantile trouble, .
man's twice-told story. It Is confirmed (Statement given March 26, 1918.) Teethlna Is sold by all drurxtet. -PA-NCAKEJ FLOUR 't k kUr
testimony that no Kissimmee reai1 On March 13, 1922 Mr. Joiner added f or send SOo to the MofTett Laboratories .
dent can doubt. : "Doan's Pills always relieve me Columbus. Oa.. for a package Ju.t add wa tpr oiul cook ,,,,'
W. A. Joiner supt. elec. plant, 201 of attacks of kidney disorder." and a free booklet about babies. J :' r.II r..

;10>' S. Orlando Ave., Kissimmee says: I Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't I I - - --- - .
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'F;: FORD \ I Ir" Skinner Coke Heaters ?

'I i ? 'ipcishaving trouble with fruit t> I
I| ant decay in shipments should
i jv, rite to Prcf. John W. Winston pathologist I, I

TIM PRICES who of can the be U. S.reached Dcpt. by of Agriculture addrcss- P 3 Economical Frost Protection h '

IiI'S! h'm at Orlando, and he may be ,
I inb'e to help as that is why he T3 in 514)
-- 1 Florida .jO Low in original cost; fueled with coke, cheap and easily handled, these Ii ;;

/ heaters are perfect frost insurance at small expense. ;,
eto the prayers! of half a century,

i4 | to' save our womanhood during the In use they raise the temperature evenly, surely, without danger of ' ",.a
Advise we have made connection ,c H s through which America is pass- '
in' ..nI I scorching and maintain this protecting heat unattended from seven to \

I -- nine hours. Additional coke thrown on the embers of the initial charge nnl;:

whereby we are able, to sell new MADE THE SAME AS iwill continue the protection. This re-charging is simple and can be done or'

with great rapidity. h:
cars on 25 per cent payment plan. and
Hundreds of groves and truck farms in Florida and other states are 1m..

i T \OR 30 years physicians have protected by Skinner heaters. We will be glad to give you names of ex- p.r I
n.r Below is schedule of cash H prescribed Cade's Pepto-Man-
a payments I JL ean because it contains a formo perienced growers near you who have adopted this protection after full ;eel,

' iron which is readily absorbed, :aqI
l.t r, also the amount of monthlyL does not upset the stomach or affect Plr \ 8 1
the teeth, and is a splendid tonic '
and blood enricher. At your drug Fill out the coupon for additional information. iii

, ;', installments on different models. gist's, in both liquid and tablet :, the al..
Free Trial Tablets To ''* for snug she
If th. h:. :: a
< vain* of Gad.'* P.pto-Mangan writ today
\ for MTOIU Trial Package of Ttblota. Send
,I : no money. -Ju.t name and addra. to Skinner Machinery Co. {Y:
X.J. BniUnbacb Co.. M Warren 8t.. N.Y.

' ,. CASH MONTHLY peptojVlanganTonic 6 BOX 119 Dunedin, Florida. ble'on '


"I' Touring . ... . . . . $134.94.$33.73 han)
8.rvlo.. Dep.rt....... for

Runabout d.,1. . . .. 126.30. . . . . . 31.60 Tonic and Blood Enricher. Skinner .Machinery Florida Colftpan tier"aDUD.III"

Chassis .1 r. . . . 116.70 . . : . . . 28.95 -k\ I n e.d Informetlos about heater ...'....'. .1'.' t 1
.v 'e .1&lr.d to prot.ct my grove. r

Ton Truck . . :* . . 126.44 . . . . . 31.62 I A Changing World 1 t i.i i.
i I h.... .,. .. ..... acr. In grove., Varl."... la
1: Coupe-,. < ? .. . '.. . ". .r 176.86.. . . . . . 44.22 I _

'' e- 'I"4-J;>oor Sedan 222.30 "We art living in a changing world. ..,......W..r. .......:. ....'...'".J..S..Iih.Lli: a ply
... . . .y. o. . . . . . 65.55 l'ney.1' thought I could'ever be curedof ...
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'II .. .-.''!; Z2-Door.Sedan. .a."'"....,..,.*. . ,' 195.i0.Re. r, .._ M,48.75 science my seemed stomach unable trouble.-to Medical ,1 frame, .,...,n....t.e.4.1 u n.I... .f .n... r # .tha Ia'',
;.. I .ttl) "tJr'.IJ .. mef '.. fto
\ : But ,.itkanlr.: God we are AA / Styr rf aa''
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a gressrnr ,
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arrr II- w and now jMavrV, Wond.rfol Remedy C n .., .... ....nrlji.n.r.' &'
: CFnX U'It:Q YQRiQv,,0 .pIIA ': MAS'' .ba"deli.ered, me from all 'stomach :" 1
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yviptoina..*' I am>ffaln ,ablaut:; *' eat t$ ati, Sl ; k iSr: % ttir IMt"lfl-, w ,-,
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,' ,tW., f'\1.i'-. (): '" /..: " !that'talucea'frota' ,th. .InUatiaal>aUr.tract *. iris ? 4- !F ,w e ; C ,tf .cl+ "Jfi:
; '" ..I U RE ; and.. ,the -') 4ulX t fs i { '
: allay tlll
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, .. Y7 : .inflammation/which 1tor 'tIi wIi '' .
t } ; eaMa-inrcMcalI,..b all .atomach,,Uy.r a3ltk rll a m+yllltir :r p 1r.*-
; _. and ta*. tinal ailment > at' 4er e
pj. FORD DEALER. *, including
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'\ "......U'" ,_ .... "t\jl "'. .,,.., -. J't ';"'II .> . J money rafnndad. J. 2.'B bnon and .5 ..fto'

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7, 1923 '
OO1'O..t vehicles where v .

4.4000000 made m".tl'. Whether .In provision motion I. the sale 'prie beta $$61.50 or an In. .00 It011.00 ... 445 'i,
I park.d.o.r. Or OG 4.. 00. D C 0: 0 .
Advertisements g' Iltht risible, from' crease, In value of $49 000 hi ' lMWW.
any four
!. Legal dIrection from Sunset to sunrise. years time.Lakeland 00Ltj( jO INSON' : a' # "' i'I' ft
Section t. Evpry motor Vehicle op. SUr.Tele-. I IL .w .- ..- . --,. -
crated or driven gram. : .
upon the .

4000OaO APIM.ICATIOW 000000000dpylCll FOR TAXI adequate K'aelmmea' brake, shall In be good provided streets with of **. UBLiC.STENO PEACE *<0> As an inducement to buy: early;; 'we will give a',10% f vrs

I>KKI>. gr:, and rff. : 'O ..+ discount ''all' unrestricted '
andalan I :: OCOOOO. '0'440 CLAIMS HANDLED 0 on, sales until Dec. 15th-
Iyar1epuroha.Fpof! Cer'ufi.. v.". 4 STATE BANK BUILDING .
Tax Q
NT t..d the 8th cent fleets .U d.viee oondltlona for II. CLAYJ5TANFORD :: I a C 0 G O
elpNip21'hS' aald /In ,
tll.d '
orllco todtexuC Indacoordlaneeowithfor and of the ahll.ll.. ** REAL AND ESTATE: RENTALS : Article until Xmas for you. ( > ';:] > '

/aaa rt.-od halt hour" INSURANCE O .
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the tolIi..r 4 t
Over Bank .. ,
hour b.forb. of 08ceo -
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: JAarrlbedcproperly., situated In. County, -P, A. VANS AGNEW .
two ,
lighted KISSIMM ;
to-wlt E.. FLORIDA j '
: 4 Our line of Watches Diamonds : "
0-0..013 one on the rear of Jewelry andChristmas
at NHJK: of BtCU of'NWU Such vehicle. The 44444e'44e'4444444400004444W044e04444444444aooa ,
S" WN& light of the front TTonNJ Y. -LAN "! .
of : Inmpe shall _
Ni SWtt 8HH4 of b. 1 I
of '' ,
.. bee at leapt two ,1 OFFICES novelties is '' het "
NH of.HKW A f.8V14"MIVU i feet In th' I "; complete.I. .

s ? of Hucllon'I Ian Township III direction, In, which 'the motor .hlclo oo4p 7W 1. Winter Park., Floridaoa0440o0440444444404E I l . .. .". .. ;t. 'I.".. ", .'
fir Httulli Hanue 10 East. I proceeding .nd''shall h. provided : I Let 'show .' : ,:.... '.
with us
ditnnerq, I.
25..Tha xnld land being assessed at thu or some other d"v'eo' ELLIS F. DAVIS | you. .
of said efficient In ,
of II" issuance certlflrnte prnlerlingthedrivg 'OJ.. .
date mil" "f *lr<. Nettle. D..... Un- "I' of a vehicle traveling In an oppollllo ATTORNEY AT LAW 4Bonk ., ",.':
in the iM-rilflcate shall lie redeemed direction. Wh..n I'lIIm..r' are Offlces: A ) "' ..'
anti l deed same ahall be applied before UA"I.I of Osceola 44a0 W. E. SANDERSON CO. Inc" . '
inoartlliiK' ti'> law tax will Issue ; the motor County 0 ) ;, .
vehicle comes within (ltll t Chancery 0 "'
/ two nundrndnoalt t '
A./I.Ie.j) : : IhJ.II.kOV1RHTREETbnr fact or.. dlr any, \1<:'traveling In an op KIBSIMifFFl'ra*' ..* DUlldDnc 0 TITHNERMARBLTJA G ANITE 0 Jewelers and Optometrists .. -
-cllon, '
Clerk' Clrclt Court. or where sonic other : 4 COMPANY. TAMPA v
device 'is used! It snail >al'4aa44444daa44444444444a4444444444a444440 .
R17.II.) iHocola ounty* .o arranged w 0 .1 i
( Hint tip -
HK B. II. IJullock U. C. "rays of the lights attachPd i
.|- 'to aal.) motor ".'hl.| | -P .hull "t ahliiP MONUMENTS 0 .
morithan four fort from th". tOo -I-l 4 .,.
IkllTH 1lp': AI'IM.HTIO i Foil TAX ground ; +
IIKKIIUOTI at dtatanr, of two hundred feet. i MILTON M. J. Crowder, Agent, Kisslmmee O P
ahead of said PLEDGER -- -- ------ -- -
< '!'. is HKHKHT GIVEN That motor vehicle. | + ,
u (1I1.1,1"a.; purclmser of Tax Ci>r> H"cllon. 10( All vohlclea carrying .
tinrali U :N": "'. dntod the Cth day of iaddera. '"M1"1'' pupa or nliy material : ATTORNEY AT LAW t g at."asa44o4fi4 s:t4o044 raa>4 I "
II. haN filed said 'xl"dlnlC' feel or J i.
I 1121. corIIIIin morn Over llle 4> I 77- .
Jum h. \ urt'It. and ha. rondo appll rear "nil.of the 'bad"' of the vehicle State Bank Building 4 : OOC 444444404044a40444a44+ I ,

cats,.'h'" -1 Issue In accord- shall K thu day fly a flaar In ..I,,. :: K18HIMMEH. : KLOKIDA t I'' 4
lllawd. NSld : '
'h rertlflcato enbraesac coiitnlnliiK not UKHthan 144 .. t
,' i i following dencrlliod properilxi Inches on the rriirn.l of the mnl'-rlnl I. fi4a4444i 4444a44044a0444444 1 : M. TILLER | Licensed funeral Director won

-.1111 In Oa'ul, County Florida and 1 4)t night aliall dlaplay. n light I In | Store and Chapf '
ty.tow'lTin' plnre| .r the flag \1111..10. not lens than 1. F. KRinUR w. J. STEIn' | Real Estate Agency ',i.

,);, I \ \\' SiTllon ZS Township lilt feet.Heclinn. KRIBBS 4 A S/.re. S""' .''.tl". 'sert1h. I. RJ r.J ..
Iliiime 33 I Kniil. I 11. II\ shall IIP unlawful to STEED ? .
3e hn711. ,K.I, bring ,nnnoxupil nt the .i.... any cut-out, .xmlmt| born or aim- FIRE. LIFE. AND ACCIDENT Stewart Au.nue Alf P.eroe. 'r. '..

,1 ,h', IKHUIIIKIf snld' crrtlflenLeIn 11111' "ni>l"tratu"' niotor-di-lvrn..... vcllon Alloraeyn and Cfinaptrlom nl LawKlMtinmrri INSURANCE 0 ... .
dah Hi "'ii. of iMcci.ln) Pntlle On. Uurllllcntn h..a.. KlurlilanBeral 4 INDEMNITY BONDS 00.Oa444a4 Ki..imme. High Grade AmhlaDce'Senlce. at Call ... : t.

iaF I ,,.' shall liu r<- 44444
.1 ,, I ,,, 'law. In* died will Issue 'i. | HIIV on. lh" atrpcla of tidied Stales Court +4a8 Oo 4444444+ ''' \
.1.. Illloth, I dny of IVromlier. In4 Ity '
JI' .J I.. OVI:nSTln:g.J'. limits lit n speed" ( x..11 hug ten mllH f
C'l.-rk Circuit Curt' .,M-r bnu,. ur on the oilier streets of 'AT JOHNSTON a. P. QAIinKTT' "' '
0..-, ol "'"Ullt ).. I t-Jild ally at np. d ..r inri., than tw,-n- KISSIMMEE PLUMBING GAZETTE CLASSIFIED A-DS- BRING. RESULTS > ..
ty-ll\o lull, I \
Seal s p. i tour JOHNSTON
4 K, i-l Ion 1.1 It "If..11 I I.. unlawful' SHOP I -. .
11I' II. Illlll.irK. 1)I ( lo Ii I ;,:Z.y
- --, -- -- oiii-ml., any \ .hl.I.| 011 the' Mr... IN InI Ii '
I re,. Line'00'. ,1 I HOI.I., ,llv i i
l In I HlllI.4 KlIT- 11111111,1rS'.llon r
< end
11v I II I\II I ah ill Iflicos : 10, 11 and 12 'Osceola Bnk rBASS .<*
( "-I t I -n ISlMxl: UK OIT-IIK H 1"1 iiiil-iwful foial I I CONSTRUCTION :
t r' "i'ui'11.', I'unrc nf the l'llI' >' \ |n i .si.n, 1"0' sidle or. 01111 lIuildinJl Nothing: Too Big I COMPANY ..
, , I Illllllic' 1 I Ib.- I a,' I te ii" I i ntllnlbtl, ,, ... or. other malmhle :
"i' ,nln' .< Ills lilTiiiH" of It--. ,, ? I litl Ib,- Hll.-MH of Ih. ClUof 1CIsSI11ME19FLORIDA: Nothing Too Small i iI :
01. H Uoudq. and l KixliiK KlKKliiimi-o' who annl Hotime,, Int..x.I" I '
i vii-uiiuii I it. "rear ,1"III'd .. ': .
''I I I\1MOI1, l.v III,. I-IH <. ,n,- *' rlon! ', 1 I" It "'".,,1\\ I.- iniliiKfu! lo UR. R. J. DENNING t

I the ,'It \ Of KlKHllllllKM- I"( lii-luli ;hln on any nii.ti.i, ililvrn. UI NTIS'"' All Work GuaranteedTo ; WOOD, BRICK, STONE tIf'\t: ''irt

I 1.,." r.'liy: wll'illi. III., rile| <' "I'I ". r vvlilplp I h. I 11\ ten auiix,.| two <* ..
I llt.< "'11 ,. of KloxliKiiiri.' ,ir / vithln. tinHi.) .. .: imiliiSiitloii I User Die 1'ogtofflcc. Be Satisfactory STEEL, STUCCO : .
,> I..n, offt'iiHO KaltiMl Hi,' I : It Mutt Ii .IIP. nol+.lfat ton .iriei. I N. F. BASS ;
I : IKHl(8: : 9 to It 3o. 1.30 to Ip JACK BASS "r'"h" .
. HP a f-i' .Ill-ilil on .my motor ilrlvii..hliti I,
of III* ('Il| ) if KlKHhniiKKer.lvltix .. I "
I : Hlol.'ii good|, ..n. Inn SII..IH I of II,. ,cit, ( "id..n.- "fhone 174- 322:! Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue ? V*

" .IIY limit ,. ,,, IIIIBX i nr n l.-c with canyIIIM I .. 'I<-. ::;
Idiowlnir .
1' ti a" In )In. ? I ., ..
., li\ .r 1114)! .. .,
t ,Is h.T.-liy of.i I I 1' ? nior.IIIIHOIIM "
I an - - - ,
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i i -, 111" IMllillr |. ./1.... nf I Hi,. In Kti op "t 1.,111. on ri.i.i.lwny. M",6rle'
h.1 llllln.M- 1 S.i ,t/ IK It Hhn'l i br iinluwfill for

[ ::1 i !II hall I.e unlawful, for .I an') > I le I" follow, nnv ini't.iM-yc-li-. -_ i' a,
or fin- ..jtilpni. lit uoini lo u fit .- lit aKl.lll.l >
ii\I i ''ii wllliln Ilii. city llmllK\ mtl 1 .
. "f Klnnlrniln'-, In ruiniiililit \ I :111.- of Npr|. .1 I than. flfl. II. mil ,-" r +

_ I i 'I' .-iitnv] all)' "..."..s. goods| 1 1I. |l.-r hmiiS. 'I
.. .
tl'it inVh.n. .
Ih.rlrrn on .n'lII.
I I- vh -
< ioprly| of aniilhci .
. 1
t (|| oi traffic moton-yrlp ,IK + ri
3 -, 4 It l h'.I: ; I.uilllinful fin .oni',1. .1 on tin- ell > mi. .. h all vi-hlcl'. '
.mi, i 1 'M" I" r.c.'lvr l HI<| Ir.
.hall null to Hi.ruth n H 'I..h-'d| anIIOKKihlp ,
I Ih.- i 'nu! 'I1I..r Nl ul.m mnncK ; *
"1- I"H I ii.Tty of nun!her 'kniiw-. ?
1 S. < I ll'-n I Ho Ani'iKon, r..1 t ituil1v *
!li.n 1'" sanif to hair br' n nl. !h.4) &tf 3 3"No. 3K
, i I'h,. ..I' vlnlnt'-a. All" of \ ,l.ilul, Inu anv of Hie proxlalonK,' "_'

p-ivl; : ,:"f lhl:'O\: DrdlnancHlinll. I I.titinlHlu'hi 1.;,- 'i' ?.1 f flee thin iiKllnai n.l, .x.'i.lniMT" Hlinll., Three,lie iiunlHhPd liundr.dIifillara liv i . rr 1.
1.) n of nut mute tutu'
,, .
I or Imps iHoninelit not exceedtog -
rtir llninlr.-il (ISOOOQ( ) I/ollnrs or hit
thirty lilt. It.F.Ilnu .
|irliinn' "lor not mnro Hum, Rlx'' .
1 i 21 \ ,oiillinince or pnrtj.of .
I til" ) dNfiend .orfi
or'llnniiiIn .nl'.l.-t wllh tlio
< prox'.loi.n -
i. firat tlrn In upon .u**.ln". ,
.r thin oi.lln uii-i- shall 1)-. an.l
and l.i anon Iinau runarnt. plac-cd upon ,
It, s.cond reading and final pn. th$"..Kii'ia.l ton ,22' '- .repealed...r.llimnciahall No. RS 3333 No. R41J4 No. R6323

U' mill, unafilmoualy nn Nerd, Ihla Kin 0 S HflJWUc .
take pff.-rt .in the Seth day of Novem Stag Handle tag
dir nf :NDV.: A. l p, 1(23.AllMt ,
ber. I ,li3.npi'l .
H. II. 1M)U(1HTKN.
i n first limp, anti by un.inlmonntonH.iit
J II fiTI.nKUT.; City Manager
ptMred its HAcornl 1'0,1I"K
) upon
U. tally. for City Mirr.
and final pnai a:"'. and unanimously .
( Ilila' sth iHy of Nov 1923.
Apt. .J oils 8th day or SOA II .\11..1 i>. n noi'OHTKN1

lilt. A. H. nil.ltBRT j IL. ijii.riRUT. city Mar.Hcputy .
.' J\fa"r.Cumml.sinucrAn .
for City Mitr.HI
- ( :A II 'ohs,'

.1ltiano4* providing rules Minirrjtulit ; .\ hits Sib day nf Nov 1923.A. s ..

.IIM for the uporatlnir. dr/r/ lug H. UiLi4EItT.45It .
; .
nillou, mil perking of in.-lor-Jrlv. nand MayorConimlaalonelr.IN '
-ith.M, \',''''<'I"a on (the ah.t ,nfIlir (
"i\ of K'.-utn'r.. .11. I It'"trllblet Till COT' <'01'HT IN Atl!
i> tltlea 1I..r..r..r. FOIL DM'PtI.4 flll'NTV. KI,
,ll. i iitlalnetl. l>y 'he City C..mml.- I 01'1. KKItTILilZKR COMPANY. '.

"lon I'Ih.. City of KI.slmmee l Flori I a rorporHtlnn uricaiitsrd and exlstln ..... I ..
da. under and by vlrute of the Laws ,
of the Hlate of Florida Plaintiff vs. I
Kecllon 1. That everyi pi-raun' dilrInx -
or rl.lltiir'any inator drlvon or oth- CAPTAIN, WIL.U1AM I/YNO. also t I uY F
known .. CAI'TV. t/VNU. Defend*
vchlrlo on the atrcfl of .the Cityof "
Klaalmmc shall obaervfi the foU ant! ..
y y'f
low((41 ( lulm ,anJ rcenlatlona Notice Is hereby given that the
huh. I. Kc-i-p to the' the above-1entitled suit was on the'' 30th ar' 1 I 11I Fk'," *r N

..I,"..t. '"' 'r. *.iir right/or; ,",r'vRule day ,oft( N.'Vl'Inl.'r.A.-I ". 1911.1. 'Instituted i ilea .f' .p". No. R6434 + .' ; ,
thnt summons ad No. R61O4"Pearl ) i < M
by attachment; >
t. Krp: to the right of the o Handle'J
atrvrt ,,11 pprinlttlnir another yphlcle toe respondendum was Issued against Cap Handle Pearl .,::

.. and ,."... end the o'lHkln"AC Inln William l.yng. also known asI'npl .
\-In tiall| naa lo the I.ft of 111.v \\ I.' Itg the drfendaul l III mllit.IIIINI
1 4,1,1:! ',. lint rt'turni-il li> thiSheriff nf .
i ns'rnlit. i'uuiit > unservi-d. I ,Iw difendi.nt '
Hi.rtc' : lvrt-liiiliil thin< a' n-r.- '
"h.'r.- nuh tin tin nc nllnwi-, ) , lii-liiu, out nf Hi. 1 Statiif. Kliirldiithat the Man or Boy :: ..e

0halrnn. l i timdtt liy Kolnic nr.uud, ,,] lit, Biilil. Writ t.f Altin-hnn-iit. has l>e-n

gill" nit nf IhiKtrcit ,Itit.-i ,,. fl,,Ion, I I.? Icil. I'V. .aid. Slut r'f''h./ followlllK who doesn't want i
11..1 llnl.: lii-liuiuliiK' l'i a
It11' 1 IllKhl-liind: tin IIM nt mri'itlwr. 1. K.-ill.<- i
laid l.I f.-mlunl. Hitiiiitc" Lying mid l>eIIIK -
\\ Hiich tot na Hie nllow.d I I <
,hall i iurb I'. .ends iloaiu> the rlKlit-hnn.l. I'' In Oswola Coo sly. Kloild.i. to- Bang-up Knife for Christmas a .
t vn hi corner i //
Hi.hl.l, At all) ntr,"tl Inh, .rs.erllunv TinHout hwf-st suet| err ,iH\VV4) of / .
\ t 1 1'I"\O'hl..m| tlio right liiv.III the\ iinrtht-nit iiiuili-r (NW, ) and '' '
lialr (IN' <4I of I hinouth- something about a fine sturdy
Inn I M of. way ovt-r npplnarhlltg' \i- 1 Ih Neal THERE'S '
u"I. .", the left .,iiiurli-r( of S. 1\.11\ 7. TownKhlli that reaches right down into ,' Ie f
.. ..Ih. Hnnce 2'a\ 1.. <-ontHlnliiK .,
kill Itt-fore otoppliiK I"'- (1rlxihlrtc \ > r 2fi ""
and alike. ,
the heart of man boy .
for -' shelf gate! n nJrtnal t ht 12" iKres.l ; '

1,1,1,,, ,In, out hen hand I to worn """ \ tliliul -- l let .It-il upon| n. lln propi-rty of Otptnln But it has to be a real knife-make .K>
, In
"' Ini I- I,. him' Hint a NI"p|> I Iv to I., Wllllxni I..MIK.' UK clef ndanl
,'*.|. Thla Rimini nhall nlno' liv KVIIIpproucnlliK aliovitHtme.. Ih'j ,1 mistake about that! :II I ....
'it. ,. u cornerh.r" n Now llifM-fiin-. ) nu. Hisaid Iw
nleu known AM Here are shown a .dozen Remington No. R1O13 .--
II< '''I' i to IK- made tain' \\Mlllnm : 1
It'll." 7 Nil. Vf hlrl- hell turn on. CaplV I. 'I''" d. f.-n
au)' H"| . t I.i K(> |In nn opi" | tl.iii, ,. ..,pt at Inli-rnui-tlorm. 'Iulr','" In iiersoniilly be and mipenr to livery one is a practical cutting tool The

Hnl, All ppraoua drlliiic v.'hlrli-a Miild n.-llun, nl Hi.fourt house County.Klorlila. In theCity blades are sharp and will cut. The handles P'g
hall: .b. the llri-rtlona of any 11011'- of KIsHlmmi-f. 101
man 01 Irafiip ofllorr to i-lther Map. .>n rbe Uiilf Hay 'IIIInreh..3rdday A. .. hold on. The springs keep their strength.

or *" and If cllrpcti-d l/v him lo atop Ii 1 124! 'that lielnir Monday the Your dealer can show you these Remington
else JudKtnenlwill
aliall Kiop buck of ihiatriit croaaliiK.Br of flue axed month
i > thnt pYdpRtrlana mny croaa thialr h.! i-nler.-d, nvalnst you by
*-1 whl I,. vehlrlitrafnc l 'In lucid. fttult. and. this reuse will Rules 1"0",1 of ITac-BS tions of blades and handles in a wide range w- we
Ala law Hiid the
ximll obey dlrartlon' aa markedon required liy 1
tiuftlc iKliala.' atanilarda or poatuRliU lire' of Mils\ fiiurt of of prices-50X to $10.
f. AH vphlrli muat atop. HOin.ll \vITNISS: .1. I. tt'erstreet. Clerk / / j
', them decideto
0..1.'I..rl.h \ Probably when see youll
DIP Khl,walk will IIP to the I lull the' ('ollnt.u,1 of you
"f Ih,. driver when the atop 'IH mnrtpand ,. alum. 1,15. 311th .111"+ or November.t give him more than one. dOne
I T.I..rk .
Said, vehlrlp. must tip not more it 192 .f I. (1nNTn"
than eighteen' Inrhp from HIP euro Coun')' e..url In ..n" fur for his pocket or 'W8.tch-chaIn-and another I I 4,

and If parked parallel inunl not hJ'loair ('In ('.1 II It IY. Florida perhaps for working around the car. Or // ?.'

than three feet to the vehlcl.Immrdlatply .- i I'u. Ct Seall) a Remington Camper's Knife If be loves camps '
In front .of the vt-hlclp aopurkoil KELLY & BUTTON.
Attorneys for rialntlfT. 6Z.l1In l lag, hiking or fishing ll I

Rule in. A more slowly moving vpnlclK Anyhow, before you decide look at J7the different No.tt6693StagflandU I
shall keep ". alas na poaalhle' Circuit 'bull for the 17th Judicial .
to the right hand curb ao aa to allowa tnrcult of Slate of. Florida.' In and for R7026 kinds of Remington Pocket Knives at "

fant.-r moving vehicle aa free paaan Oaceola County. In chancery. Arthur Slay HatuiU the store. Be euro to sea tho Official Knifo I

sego poRBlble. on the Ifpt. l1. Adams complainant vs. Eva Ad- Scouta of America.
Boy t
fertlon 1. It shall be unlawful to rc.pood.'nt hivorre.publication. OrderA. for _

park any vehicle except In accordanceWith 11m.I TilE. HTATE OF Ft.ORi REMINGTON ARMS COMPANY., /far Ter*City
HH" markingon the curb and HA TO: Bva A. Adams. Medford Maaaachuaptt -
.fc" pavement provldlnar' where >. You are commanded and gabeiid ll/ld
< hall IIP parallel to the urb.fwolion the 11h ,daY, nt Januay. A. n.
>. It shall be unlawful toP cause 1814. WITNltRK the Honorable C. O.Andrewe .

.rk airy vehicle' for more than one all Judge or above Court and. .
'" ""r at a time between S A. M. and seal of said 'ourt. KI..lmm. . 7 'a
the ate ,
10 f. M. on Broadway from Stewart County. )o'iorida. Ih" 4th i

Avrniip to Oakln Avenue and no vvniclp or Ueember. A. O. n.3.J. .
having ao parked for one hour day -IA O\'ERRTnF.F.T, .

on Broadway: and haying departed. Aa Clerk' of above Court .' 514"

shall:; park again In the Came block un- TCIrcult Court Real) "'" % tLrr <
'il one hour after departure. \\ \ >

section 4. It ahall be unlawful for FORMER KISSIMMEEANSIN ,
any trucks dray or other vehicle used
PROPERTY No. 86904
tor BIG ,
heavy haulInK to park on Broad- s J ...'
"*''. A truck. dray or other vehicle of RO706927Qrte Pearl Handle 'NO.RO7099/J,

vied for heavy hauling la hereby dp- Since the sale of the property and White QremQeUHMetk ,
"lied to mean one whose capacity la Tuesday to M. G.
III... Mr*. M. A. Patten Handle ', ,, '
than ton toJ" Quid
one announced In this paper '! ,
'.ntth from the aseme front endI Warinjr as interest r.'

V" extreme rear end. Including' the there ha. been considerable '

*. It exceed 111 Inches. in the increase In v"Iuei which M
section anf' It shall be unlawful to in the last few

vehicle on a a .s property represent .
eonsi.tfne -
within white way dlatrlct. betwe n .. In 1911 the property

a"e.t and .... the same of 10.81 acres WM pur h.?S4 by -.emillg.ttlj L

Mall b have' a taillight' sontl 1BOU1>rZS Mr. and Mr Patten for *12.500.In .

-r': had John
the owners have
*- It ahait be unlawful for that tilde Mr.Patten r. .
vebole'to park within six' feet of to care taker and since
Hag\tel 1'
!'. pate: a death he has looked after .. __ "' .- .. ..... It. .... .. ,. "
"..__Ion T. It, shall be unlawful for ... 1"' :...
; :
ft I PatteD'. interest .In every -Ml.: ........ :
L I ,_,Vvhlol. <. Parked on/anr ,..& lrJwM i through bitcare. a"cf.Jdt- JnnJ UJDIj nl t' t ,Z 1 : ; : 1;
I ta_,.*sslrnmee,, and while! the'enrlnej that be, baa ,been able anddbbeo e I..t !.J!) i mm.NC "i \

S *Q" ". I"*** tG nQ an '
'ao. -a4ult. who le competent xis.a .
IMVj' _ide.s'ehie1e. I. 'ft the. paid IU the 1 debt ''ada.lftl by b'Fw a. ) 1hf

'u; '''' eaU,. tillier "'''. jttea td..U Ute p ert 1'xr. Hugbbi 1> .1; .. . .. f" 10..'. ..' 4 ... It :a "
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: PPPPPP PPO .PPPPPPP'Pop city limits,' with fruits, bananas, for FOR EXCHANGE 1
KISSIMMEE.V GAZETTE family) bees, chickens, garden, tool.;
some household furniture and other FOR TRADB-Seven mile south of
THE WATCHER oAOPOPPPOd Items., Call. Address:. Dr. 3. 'B. Jump. Ha I rim City we,have a 10 acre Hrrove.Will "STREET PAVING WORK .
BUBLISHKD: BT 1'lnedale, Kissimmee, Fla. Sl-tto exchange for like value In .
'WALLET GAZETTE Florida ('I tt1e.. A<1<1re..:<'John Hear, ,
POOOPPPPP FOR SALBJ Cheap, one pair larft-e Box!: It Tampa, Florida. tlt h
EVERY mules,. will sell U. W., Over .UNDER '
or one IS 'NOW
...- Kubalya't of Bill Smithers street. 61-tte FOR RENT I )

\V, n. HARRIS _____.........PresidentK'O. CHAPTER II. FOR BALB Furnlshed or unfurnished I
VANS AGNEW..........8eoretaryI Loud, and long did these three salesmen five room-new bungalow; every oonvenlenea. FOR KENT-On Jan.', 1 one ,' ,| ,
M+LISUN T. KRJDJOCH.. :_......-EditorSUBSCRIPTION Must be seen to be ap
I RATES Talk and argue with Bill Smi there'; preciated. Terms to suit. Mabbette 48-tf of the best business rooms ; That's fine! It '

One Copr.. One Tear..............11.00 Each one saying that his auto and Bermuda. C. D. Cole. in the city. See Managerof means Kis
........... 1.00
.One Cop,. Six Month. Was the best that ever
DM. Copy, Three !Months..._____._ .60 very 'FOR BALE-Goingbuslness concern; I McCrory's 5 and lOc I" simmee property will doubly in.
Skidded o'er a slip'ry pavement. story brick corner bulldlnr, with 11 ,
(Entered .at the postoffloe at Klsslm- Old Bill 'listened to their yawping ,room hotel In operation; store on Store. '
mm, Florida all seoosd-claas matter.) With his eyes and mouth wide open, main 75 by floor 160; doing can ; sell good at business a bargain.; lot ,I value very quickly.

All _.mfnunloatlons esccept* from authorized And his 'honored head grew dizzy RESTAURANT doing; good business. FOR RENT Two-room apartment, 'I .
correspondents must b. signed While they talked of carburetors, first class In every particular, best with bath. Suitable for couple. Mrs. :
by the writor. And efficiency of spark-plugs, location In town. See J. McPhattrr. Clay Johnson, 404 Vernon avenue. WHY REGRET that
i Rejected matter will for bo returned Ifcalled And the Wherefore of transmission, KI.almmee. 47-tfc /6Jtc youdidn't

I And about the small duflickers, FOR BALK-Fine Broadway propertY: I FOR RKNT-Two comfortably furnished I buy when property was
Till he wondered how the dickens containing 8 rooms with furniture J-room apartments, with private -
Forel.. Advertising RepresentativeTHEAMERICAN ] Large sleeping porch Modern. L ot61x110 hath and modern ./
ASSOCIATION | I Their small brains could hold such I Thrfblocks from postoffUePlowlnir n Harris Gazette I i 1 low .
knowledge.By well, fruit flowers and *
v hade Tliornan A. Rogers( ClOHrondivay n-t.1 r ;

i FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1293 and by Old Bill got nervous \ JCIsHlmine, I'-Iorltln. 41-ltx_ WANTED. DO IT NOW ! !
1 ---- -- --- -
1E And he staggered from their presence rllt[ s\l.K .pun' luMiiliiii- pioti. in i \VANTHO=;.<:c I'I'klt..hc'n
/ Apply at the office of The Vnllex furniture, runs eta Would )
E SAIKTCLOUD. ",,< < II,. KlKHllllMX S-tf Ilea rent 1 or >t.\ unfurnished roams .
MR '
NOT KISSIMMEE, To the well known Willson building I
--- ----------- John O Co*, next to Cornet (;
' BUT OSCnOLCOUNTS' Where our gifted Commerce" Chamber I'' POll R tLIC--Ralnlrt. pi!.mis, lady Mii'-n" ': I 61.1tstANTIITo SAM L. LUPFER
Eats its celebrated luncheons; \ '""d.rr. 11 nta eI' h WI\ Hni rin "
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A commtttoc from Saint Cloud appeared -I Keeps its magazines and papers : "'I'?;,'?;\I'; 11SI': UuutS: bought. Mud In'\Ifc'r for mi swap automobile: A Jersey or' cow truck.and Real Estate
( its information bureau, and l r.air..J Thr ('IIKI".. 44-it Will Insurance
< 1111\ tinillfTVt'enc-- or 1 I. t
before] the board of countycommissioners 11o.p ._ _._ _._ _. you
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a green coke in the window. ----- --- -- pay difference I Address I- \I.
mommy. There he had a hearty welcome. K".tit/ ,N\LI:. I' 01 It. fit, Ftirutfthi, Squires; IvlHHliiunce, . Kin. riioni" 12.I01tfe I
: Monday booms' and No 1'1. .tHH Cards" I Ir
And they called him Mister Slithers, I firs "n..t"I Th. II. '.., t. nfarr1'olt __ > 1
and offered the county the use of While tho three autosales- ------
e blight "* WANTRD--flood milk cow: ale.. > honor.hold "QUALITY PLUS SERVICE" IN '
their nt'Tourist Club house! for the I j men'Fought KM. .fOlx room house, neVI i furniture 'In Rood 1 tomllllon I COlIMERCIA"'LtIIUNTING ;
I, been 0,1 < xri( biixvn 'r asa Potter. 22 1
offeredthe to see who'd hare the honor Intel" 'hum hardwood l. Mlllnnhnm Ave. (II -Itx AT THE OFFICE OF THE GAZETTE

t County Fair this year. They I i I Of his company at dinner floors 2, fin,places 4 rhlnitu'va living - -- .- - -. .
roi 11 2"x1ft! ot hi In. -
1 free of charge! The ; r moats -
building : pr< pof't''(on; R< r.intN toiloti roonifin ....
Well], to make the story'bhortt> ,
'i r. ::11. 4 b..11
t t' ago full Inir orange! ,
, ccmmi'Moner* K"them no answt'i' They convinced ni'I!! hat he needed II. re.. I 11' 'ji pi ft'nil ht.,1tti ; How IIt,4 i

t ,but np-ieed to go to Saint Cloud) that SOUK" thing1 better than a donkey! on ltnC three Hhrutttt Pidi:: : H,. ehnl'Ire liirf, ,': ale< ,plug a: pi:porch::tzeat* Richard Walton Tully presents America's most t
Something (hat was black and shinev.
fI the of the cuh: ,
afternoon opening
i I' H 1111I""ld MM I'txl.' llttrhw n\. u \\ Ul
it. I, That was full of pep and ginger, 1".1. ] htlt d. on corner lot 6(1x90( I
house! inspect I Something that could run like blare I ,>Mv<.MHi 1...M at "",'?, Pilot* f42"O distinguished actor
Saint lodd hoe shown an excellent So nt list he bought a fli\\ei, T.'> umr \\rlii. rhMpmun., heal)
KIM..lm" .
cool'| er ti\o spirit in the liu Ming ( An I t the ('\1' faithful agent --. .----- -1'1" - .
of that club house, nil by popular Spent eight hours of hard endeavor I"'I H \ Or trnd fur Florida !and
1 subscription of l.ilior\ They leaching! him the way to .ujrpleAll 10,1:' in.It. n ltiino\iil, In p"' ICnn GUY
money or Gas C Diwi ) ,, Mitclu Ni'l>r BATES POST
: th buttons, pulls and levers,
county has been proud to see its second 1'11111In' always' .- /9ttxS
necessary ----- ----------- -
city pass n bond issue,' an 1 1'10.1 When! you want to take a joy-ride. A6tl I\JY( KlRKlmm.?. !lone on MiniiiMiuio \.
!lay lock, off Miibln-ttc. 3
ceed with erection of a new }high schoo'buildinf'
HUN, '
KIIIIIKI and good' little S room I in: the
which will be a credit to the !; Then there came a fateful morning, I house; 2 porches; large Krnpexln I Il n '
When Old Bill was headed! southward >HntnaH. OIHIIKIH, n\'> IHI II-H anilothir PIIOTOMARVELThe
city and the county. The people of I fruit and hrulibcrv all In
]Headed toward hn homeland, I'I |
Cloud along sunny I.I ondltlon, O J\\ner' lloic. 142I.OTIKH .
Saint propes-ing
i ale | On the banks of Okeechobee 'I ooil. Pin moving of
: 50-41| I row
many line, and the city is fast frg- hm. ---- .
s Proudly! moved bright new fluver, - -- ---- ---
' Ing to the front. They '-how oil good 'And his spirit rose exulting, Fill S 11.11 foot.:- I..d"11 I"rd", Htx' room. HOUHItiuht I II "Omar The Tent t Maker k magic shadow<
\ ; mirane "17 < '
advertising sense when they, came I When he felt! its pleading motion; true ti.n. loll panne (4.0(Ml 00 'lru.1" shapes, mirrored in
i before the commissioners and asked, Felt its pulsing. throbbing engine', I iulik sole 4113 Umimtt elr,'ot.
I As he started on his journey 4>-4txKiiR drama, pageant and
them to hold the County Fair in then Slow at first then faster :
I faster. !' .\I.JI"I; baby l grand Ph< vroleltc the ecstacy of Persian
Rolled the car toward the southland touring car In (rood condition
t city.The question is one which deserves Till at last its rapid going: newly painted: :will sell I nt bargain; ' '
i Made the natives stare with wonder I or exchange fur city property F. 8 Reels a That Lull
consideration. Before another year IJ Dow, No. 1'Ine street its The romance of ShirE'en
At the
i fleeting apparition -- --- :
the Ocean-To-Gulf highway will be fragrantlower, / of Naishapar
That was passing down the FUR I.IHu"r..nlpC1 Hemmltchlnir
{ highway,
completed, it is expected. That toad ,j Till it faded in the distance and' PIcotliiK Attachment Kits any who stole through the
c"lnK jrtachlne (260 prepaid or night to wed Omar-and
will probably be the most used of Like a cyclone going swiftly. sent COP. Literature
and testimonials awoke In the harem of the
in Florida. It will free Pleating, covered but.
highway mean
any Shall.
1 I Thus departed Old Bill Smithers, tons. hemstitching, etc. to i and Fire You as
hundreds of care passing! through LaFlcsh ord.r./
In the glory of the sunrise, I Uetlalla Mo.Hemstitching Co.. D / And the drama of Old Omar
Saint Cloud where now fifty go In the purple haze of morning I 51-ltx I who found a broken blossom

through, with the "ferry accommo While the mocking birds were singing FOR flALR Pointer dog also a bur- '! that had been Shireen.Old .
fet. dlnlnfc room table and I
atlons" in'the Saint Johns river sec sanitary couch and library table I calls to *?*
r, tio> A County Fair at Saint Cloud And the dew was on the cabbageAnd Inquire at 70S Main street between. Omar's WineOmarOmar
the hired man 12 and 1 o'clock, or after a In evening bowl
was snoring
y' Jhen would be in the path .of as much In his bed room in the attic. ,

I tourist travel as it is this year in Old Bill's gone and we will miss him, FOR BALE-Ford Redan.. no model. of splendor!
Kissimmee, which is on the Dixie In our hearts we'll wonder whether In fair chape. Inquire 120 Bermuda -

Highway and the Occan-To-Gulf Mrs. Smithers liked the flivver! I avenue. 52-ltx

}highway as well. Alternating the THE END; FOR SALE-One Hudson bicycle. Motorbike -
style Good condition Price ATTENTION! SPECIAL!
Fair between the two cities is a BU.H.j I MASONS ELECT OFFICERSAT lie cash only. Apply at The Gazette -

: !ct' worthy of cOhald ratlon. MONDAY Y NIGHTS MEETING. .

t f The purpose of the County Fair FOR SALE-Fin* SO.O .acre farm near '
John L. Overstreet .was elected town. with 120 rods-on Lake Tobo- Owing to the length.of the for this' date.
would largely be defeated If it were Worshipful Master of Orange Blossom pekallara; half the property In the ,, program

held' ,in Saint Cloud this year, however Lodge No. 80, F. and A.> M., at artesian. belt where 'no...Inllt' wells Omar The Tent Maker will be offered road at- t
be had
>" the regular annual meeting of of. can very reasonable; line as a
The only'plausi.ble argument hammock land; .Rrove, and excellent
'for* doing is that the,rental wouldbe ficers last Monday night. The other soil This property must be seen traction. One show Please -
so officers chosen are} George T. Sigler, to be appreclaed For 'sale at bars being given only. note
free. But this could not balance train price, favorable of
Senior Warden; J. Nathan Bryan, terms par
the loss of exhibitors and visitors Junior Warden; M. .M. Miller, treas- ment. -.-- ---4 the following schedule:

which would be inevitable. The greater urer; W. L. Bullock, secretary. The IF INTERESTED In a most substun-
appointive officers have net been tlal investment that will pay hniiil
of the exhibits from yet I
part come j
( named. comely for further flevelopm nt : 7:50 Pathe Comedy -
sections of the county far nnre accessible The come let us show you this excellent ,I .
outgoing officers wereSam: property

to Kissimmee than to Saint L. Lupfer, Jr., Worchipful Master; J. NELSON REALTY, TOMPA\VV] I 8:25 Omar The Tent Maker .

Cloud. Saint Cloud and Kissimmee Ij. Overstreet, Senior Warden; Geo.T. FOR SALE.-One"' lot. No.1. In Roswellsddltlon -
are learning to co-operate, realizing Sigler, Junior Warden: J. M Han I lorattd 1 on Rood paved J > .
sell, treasurer; and F. Byron Ames, street If interested. please write C.I tII t -
that the good of one means the goodof secretary. I Fritz. owner. Bartlett Kansns I

the other, and the good of the I C2-Ctc i

county. The question of the locationof FOR 1.F--1-room two-story, on. J SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM ,
i II li,i k if liiiHlnCHH otlon; fine locnliin -
Fair this
is a I
year ques- II _
All\ convinltnres Boyer &i I
tion'of Kinsimmee's benefit nor I Talum over "State" Bank Bldtc 1

Saint Cloud's benefit, but of Osceola I 52-4tx I By Casino Orchestra--5 Pieces

county's benefit. k fFUR SALK-8e\eral !Rood' first 8 per I r
I c. nt mortgages: from $100000 to |
severs weeks the Osreola 160000. Box 311, 52-lt '
County Fair has been advertised +

D, throughout the btate and, through I FOR low.HAI.K 3 blocks-Newly from furnished business section bunKa-I I'm Going Back To Mammy..March . . . . . ." . . . . Kethley ;

n Various trade journals, throughout i, metteTfturiLPRUK Address. : 'Bungalow;' care The On- By The Shalmor . . . . . . . .. . .Fox Trot. . . . . . . . . MagnineGirl
for I ..-- ----
scheduled II -
the United States, as I
I tires end tire trouble Of The Golden West..Valse . . . . . . . . . . GillespieBull
Kissimmee on January 23 to 26. For I FOR SALE Twenty, to fifty thousand miles, two

this reason it would be fool Ah!' to -I'OIt -HALK- --Cheap. 10-acres- -. -hog to puncture four blow years out service rim cut free delay from or Frog Blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .1. Shrigley
change the location at this late date proof fenced under cultivation 5 bother on account of auto tires '
In pasture; ; five roomed cottage; Write for free Information Trubl- Gypsy Love Song . . . . . . . . . Vocal) . . . . . . . . . . Benedict
and absurd to change it in view of plaMterrd; well; garage; poul- pruf Tire Co,, Inc. 110 Franklin.
the fact that one of the greatest ben- try houses;deer new; Just outside of Tampa. Fla Ito By Miss Makinson

efits of the Fair will be advertising
its - -
value with the tourists who will Steam Boat Sal . . . . . . . . . . Novelette . . . . . . . . . Fisher

be passing through Kissimmee on the \ Rose Of Picardy. . . . . . . . . Fox Trot. . . . . . . . . . . Wood

Dixie Highway, most of whom would That Red Headed Gal . . . . . . . (Alla Blues) . . . . . . . Schenck
not make the detour to Saint Cloud, 1

but would stop and visit the exhibitson WE PAY YOU 12th Street Rag. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bowman

their main course of travel That Old Gang Of Mine :' . . . . . That New Trot.--- Dixon
The biggest exhibits last year came

from the Lake Willson district, eight Above program will be rendered in rotation as given. ,

t miles further to Saint Cloud than to I .

a Kissimmee. Shingle Creek, Campbell '

_ _ Pleasant Hill, Hilliard's Island, I Most business houses you go formal opening attraction by the new management

\he environs of Kissimmee, the bulk

of. the produce of the county is more I,. to expect you to pay them. We

accessible to Kissimmee than to Saint I .
a Cloud. Karcoossee will probably have When H

the;' e8t citrus exhibits, judging from pay you. yours moneyis

D1urtoossee's laurels at Jackaoniln.j
the -
I feint i fairs Cloud.: :"Nareoossee. is nearer.. to left in a savings account in B. SMALL, Lessee and Manager +

f ': (t f 4 J mil there would unquestionably this bank don't for i its

F be'strong. arguments for alternating you ,, pay .

i ,! county fain between the two sister ., "... r.'Uttl''I. "'.,.. t4' t MATINEE AND NIGHT. a
safety. Welpay\ .
cities after' the Ocean-To-Gulf high- 'l ,,) you. t

'l-rajia'. d .5 the completed county commissioners itsi.i. unthinkable would'' .',.":t:...J 4' ",Si\i \4r Myrlr t. tt I I !J'L J..Itaa, i Special atinee After ,School .for Children 'lOcPricesr22 '> '

S i the best results from the ' ._ M' tiJJtrNle''ptf'-'t3' "siC-+ SJtorMerctiants"and'FarmersBank: ( ,

V ..'J)', ear by taking it away from, '* .
to ;1 the'A, 'f i,seat in view of the many:: 5''Ni g ht. and 45 Plus-Tax; ,. ::1. a. .-Z: :

realOn oldina' It there.:. ". {fjf U... '." ?.- "*Htr -V**'j .- ,...*
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V 'J i .. oi" Make' Your Reservations ,for the Greatest t of :- .

.0. 1 all Free Sight-seeing. Trips to Miami. :. and '>'

a es. : Coral 1 Gables and its. Beautiful Attractions.

.'t. G. D.! ROSE heal. .Representative,,

"Lets. Go 'Where 'the Cocoanuts "" Phone 264Park Hotel Kissimmee. Florida' "' f

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creditor from Frl< .. the Ur State. 18M.; and If blocks, $2.95. Split for stove-wood, ..tions,. see city manager.B. BUSINESS WOMEN'S MEETING

J1I ; nler"C tl : ;: bn bre'tn'.vl\: \ in meats!fourmonthn $3.35 guaranteed; 12-inch full for strand$3.15.; 15-inch Get your for a DOUGHTEN City Manager, NEXT TUESDAY-AT-PARK. OTEL, ...

__ DURFAtt date. TAMPA winter's Phone J. All. delivered.48-tf The regular December meeting of
CREDIT MEN. Inc. NOTICETo the Business and Professional Wom
60-H B. Owen. Manager
HappeningsEut NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Whom It May Concern: en's Club will be held next Tuesday
WOODI! Notice ii hereby given that I will night, December 11, at 7 o'clock, at
,. .
r -. -- -- '-, I am to furnish The city will sell the job of bulk. not be responsible for any debts or the Park hotel. Supper will be served -
my contracts made by wife Mary
i; ,.,., -"- .. suet mere 120 veneer blocks heading about 700 feet of lake front.' Jane Bfown. my and the business meeting/ will. fol

I at Dupont's Cafe. tf Christian Rush, of Springfield 15-Inch, for $3.15; 12-inch For: plans, estimates, and specifica 40-4tx WILLIAM R. BROWN. low.

I Massachusetts, arrived this week to ._.
--- --"-'--- ------ -
. phone 127-3 rngs for best. milk and spend part of the winter here. lie is -....-- -- - -
49-lmo stopping at tho Travelers.
j ,
CORNER.I I A sensible Christmas- grift-a New ; . .
( 1 York Life -
: Insurance policy. Sam L. "
, ISc haircuts, S5c: children, Lupfer soils them., 51.3tcFriends .
. Sh." r+ ; ; .
2r(' n' Casino Darber Shop. 20.tftrull I Y
. 01,1rse>.J. K. Hilliard and
! )
of all kind at CORNER her niother/.Mrs.XMasterg, are gladto ,
learn ,
that ,Mrs, Masters
t.. GItO'EHY.( ( : Phone 36. 52-tfc I from her'recent serious is illness.recovering

MiPutts. $iR'hat: II $2.60, caps ) --
lion. W. J. Scars left last week for
,, "ir'AULEY'SI
U.1] i
Washington! to be present at the opening -DCMBI.R '
I I., M, cotta $12 to $15: MiCAUIP'S of the Mxty-eijrhth: congress,
|IIRY<..OODS.H which convened last Monday
-- --
I, mnon'i Ideal Grocery will resume Mrs. Fred Gilbert, Miss Virginia
its' diluatessen, Saturduj Smith and J. E. Gilbert spent
--+--- Thanksgiving/ day in Bradcntown ...- AND -
$11 DO tn. J2f 00 hats to (TO for visiting Fred and Elliott Gilbert.
$Ir nit at Mrs Woodbeck's Hat Shop --
-- What shall I !give him for Christ.
\ .I I Jones wns in Kissimmee from mat A New York Life Insurance
TIII yesterday, .. on business policy Sain I.. Lupfer, agent. 51-3tc
'-' Sale
All new stock and pri<'es right I Mr' ", ('. A. Carson, Mrs. C. E. Dun- Reducing
5.1101') MEN'S SHOP away, and J. M Carson drove up i
--- -- from Miami last week and spent
J ( Stone was in Kissimmeo from Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. R.
Lulu mid Sunday visiting friends K Angai.
Mi'- Katherine Wyckoff visited her The "<''t'l:;i, roMax1--prayer meeting the last day in this month. The prices have been
home at Citra over Thanksgiving! Malitl-1 Monday: I'llit ut the home

'GROCERY Have you for tried groceries the and CORNER sliced of pruyers Main Mr.Hi-ret Mrs.offeitft.Many VJ testimonies. McGahee,and on on the entire stock. See our goods and get our

'meats* Phone 36. 52tfcIf .
you want to buy, sell or rent. Mrs. II. Nelson Makinson and Mica before buy.
Augusta Winn attended the recep- you
horm or farm see Stanford, over
tion to Governor Hardee< Bank of Osceola, Room No. 17.
Friday night, as guests of Mrs. Lewis

at Orklawaha.. visited her family in O'Bryan. SlK( ) Chambray 25c XMAS CARDS 1 $1.98 House Dresses C 1 ..
--- I. 39 [
Otklawah, visited her family in 11c 1
The B. Y. P. c C a
U. of the Second Baptist -
Thanksgiving GOOD CHRISTMAS sale at each. . .
Kismmmee church were the guests of the B. value; Price, yard on ,

h Mrs F. A. Lincoln, formerly of Y. P. U. of the First Baptist church CARDS, Ic each, or '
Kissimmee, died at her home in San- last Sunday night when the latter Dozen 1 Oe 40 Pair of Felt Bed Room Slippers

ford on Wednesday, November 5. presented their pageant. f'I. 25c to 1 O c per . left, at the price, 95C i'

sell rent, I). W. Sinclair, of Moultrie, Georgia 30c Sale yd. . PairMen's ;
If you want to buy, or ; per , . . . .
'home or farm, see Stanford, over ia the latest importation from I 200 Women's Handkerchief's, were:
Georgia by George W. Persons at his
Bank of Osceola, Room No. 17. Dollar Limit Store, Mr. and Mrs. i 18c each, made of good 1 0 Rain Coats, $8.00 value
25c val-
See our bargains in boys' hes, 3 Sinclair are living__on Main street. I I 19 C quality goods, each. . C '

to 6H. at $2.75. McCAULET'S, DRY* M. 1>. Casler was Tuesday the ue; I e, yard . . SaT.y. ? ... J6.0O:
__ proud exhibitor of some of the finest .., .
The very latest in men's ties, shirts, and largest Irish potatoes produced. $1.39 Outing Gowns, made 'of best .
I suits, shoes, etc SHOE & MEN'S hereabouts. He say those he broughtto 15c reduced for 1 O grade outing, full size and well Men's flats rat Big Saving in Price-
town fair of the VH
were samples .
SHOP. whole crop. this yard 4.. ._ . made. at This.Sale'$7.25Men's .,.,,, . .' .
If you want ,to buy, sell or rent,
i lorne or farm, aee Stanford, over W.: J. Nelson, wife, and eon also .
Bank of Osceola Room No. 17. A. S. Nelson, and Rev. S. I. Smith, :
made a flying trip to St. Petersburg Florsheim Shoes -$7.25 ,
'. I Initial handkerchiefs, silk ties, and return Wednesday, and report a
belts .ollars and lots of gifts. ShoeA pleasant trip, notwithstanding the

Men's Shop. rain. have about 70 pair of these $10.00) and $11.00 shoes left in stockhereis

The delicatessen feature of Bohan- Announcement of the marriage of
110"" '. Ideal Grocery will be resumed MUM Geraldine Fleming to Hoyt C.
chance the best of of shoes real
tumor i ow. Krarure: at Miami have been receivedby to buy a pair at a bargain.
friends and relatives of the groom
Iii.line of hats nil on special sale, '.t
is the
hero this week Hoyt youngestBon
J. I). Wood-
at 'The Hat Shop,
nnd Mrs.! Chas. M. Frn- V-
beck \ 15cOUTING -15cWe 150 Yards Spool Sewing C
___ ruro, formerly of Kinsimmee. C 1
Thread Spool . . . . . **
Iteginning; Saturday, December 8. who has : have 200 more yards of good *
Bohannon'H will o- Miss Mildred Turville. i 1"0 C, 75c i 89c and $1.00 1
Ideal Grocery
been visiting Mrs Howard Anderson grade Outing ;
1 5
dud a delicatessen- _._department.-- in Kissimmce, and Mrs. Wayne Ward SOME REAL VALUES per Yard . C 60 Turkish Towels, trimmed, pink
Orlando for the last two months, ' ' '
TI. Watkins, of Jacksonville', is vishinir in : : _. _
. and blue 60c
were on
and who has been extensively: entei --- -- - h -- ; ; 4.
his mother, Mrs. W. P. Long- --- --- -- -- --- --- 42c
worth at her home on Main street lamed during her stay, left for her 12'2cMUSLIN' -12'/2c' sale at each . . . . J
home in New York Tuesday night !\ DRESS SHIRTS

Ifou want to buy, 'sell or rent,
Mr and Mrs I.. F. Halloway Rnt,) 36-inch Bleached Muslin, 20c val-
home or farm see Stanford, over* 'daughter, Miss I'eail 1 Hallowny, and $ ? .2.5, $1.35:, $1.50: $1.75, sale at Men's Work Shirts,
Bonk of Oscccla. Room No. Allen LonRiuic, of Freemont, Neb., 1 ue, on 12 yC $ 1 .00

A. L. Stinebaugh- --ia- suffering from arrived Monday to spend the winter. $2.00 to $5.00 .. per Yard . . . . . > 69c to .- . . . . . .
a broken wrist, the result! of helnirg ,They are occupying apartments at
. a Cm-Jill. crank bin Ford last week. (Mrs. A T. Morrison's on Aderhold

Mist. Anne -Shockley-- spent theThankrgivin I street ---We have a very complete stock of shoes for women, men and
,f holidays visiting her Prof and Mrs L. D. Geiger of
family nt Lowell. Mulberry, visited Dr. and Mrs. I II. S. I
-- I Geiger in Kissimmee last week. The
All hats marked down for the holid two brothers with their families children. Our prices save you money.
v trade, at Mrs. Woodbt>ck'lI Hat spent Thanksgiving at a family reunion -
. Shop with their brother and sister, 1

I. Sixrorm i : east front, modern home I lando.Mr and Mrs W. II. Brokaw, in Or $3.35 for some New Styles lOc BOYS' SUSPENDERS lOc I Men's Work Sox. 1 n"

' cln to house, only $2250. Real 1 _____ "
pink-up.c court Better hurry. I tyelson Realty J. A. Moffett and wife of Huntington Colors in Sandals. 30 Pair, to close out for I Oc per Pair . . . .. . . .

" (ompany. W. Va. and Ralph Stafford and per Pair . . . . . . .
wife of Paintsville. Ky., visited the
pixie Highway fat mil close to I Chamber of Commerce at luncheon, Value Light Weight Men's $1.00 values in Leather Men's Leather Work Gloves, $1.00
" town. Come let UH how you. Any Thursday. Both Mr. Moffatt and Mr.
number of ncres from 6 to 40 pertr Stafford made intedesting talks, ex- now, 15 Belts ; on Sale at 15 value, on sale, at 69c

:. and deep
tat 'Ri' styles! and colors in hats at ,
extended them here.
Vrn *
Woortheck's Hat Shop. I

. Mr and from Mrs.:-S.Caftsopohs-A.-Hague Michigan rolurne.l lyitterday I', Mrs.for J.appendicitis R. Gilbert at was the operatedupon Orange" AI/' 60 boxes writing paper, 50c values, to close '

' Tuesday of last
Hospital on
and are again at their home at 219 this sale .
week. Her many friends are glad to out LJC'f
JHal.hptte street.
know that tHe operation was entirely
f J. E. Dunaway arrived last week successful and she Is now convalesc '
from and will again I ing. Her daughter, Mrs. Edwin Pound
[ Augusta, Ga.,
rd tile winter here buying and of Jacksonville, and son Prator, of
}ilhipplnr p vegetables and fruit. Ohio, came to Kwslmmoe to be near
P i$tart the boy right. Buy him a their mother_ during NOTICBStATH her: illness. 'Iy1es V. Story & Co '

V Tiristmas.. See .Sam L: Lupfer.51Stc OF FLORIDA. COUNTY OF. ,,

, To SfcmoV. of O. V Taylor Xla.Imme .
Fla., and all whom It may ,
}L M. C. Lawrence, who was badly '
ned about two months ago whitsPSrklna concern You are I hereby notified that CI. did M. DRY GOODS 'SHOES CLOTHI $; .: QTJ .- h.::
( < '
of KIMlmmee e
in his garage, is now com- Taylor of lith City of . IM1 ,. .yy .jr .,. e,. '!, J } V't; :
the I Imat.'NI
> recovered.BSn on ..
ly -
,... nm'nt to tae

or141a> ,!)>'$i.,:ttiium 13.ttla.: ?''irI r pti1'ahCrekllethods' -;1 1IJ Credit credlto"'Borea"t and Jae.*all Tampa, cr.dttoye for the A-.ocl.tlon NDetlt ot.J4 O.of of .B "WAY.... ;;r"l.. :of"("' .r . '-''''.4J.' .,...,";_. '. -.. ".".... '-... ...... ,- . "'.....r.f..''''.I..." ;r.o.. ... /, -; .z.............._.,""'r 7.!, e'ii. ., Dli.J',.. ,)'j".'

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The community players of Winter
Park.under direction of Mr. Triplett, rr
presented "The Missouri, Girl" at the
Casino theatre in Klssimme last
Friday night, in a most pleasing manners .' 'c r
and free from amateurishness. ', f, ws r ., "
Mr. and Mrs. Triplett both appeared
In roles unfamiliar to Kissimmee audiences ..
Mr.' Triplett playing' an eccentric -
I Ia
comedy, part, as well as the,
character lead. Mrs.. Triplett was
seen as an ambitions'society woman,
instead pf her usual comedy roles, "
and wa .equally as well received.,
The tltlo rolewas in the hands of
Mrs. R. 1) Harze and was splendidly! :
portrayed. Mrs Darzc'a wonderful
voice endeared her to her audience
and her emotional acting. played in
the suppressed rather' than vlbloni:
style, was most effective.Vnlt Jr B. I
Johnston plnying opposite her in the
male l lend, very creditably pl:+ycrl I n ".
none too easy part. DnnnM l S'!J'in.,
well 1'nown! n Kissimrie", muKin ,
his initial npT>curnl': <'c :ii; a the pian..
made a decided! imprciRioJ1'.lh! his!'!
'tnjro piPKcnrp told, utter fie htm
-" and "'
from "lilrlOK": 011.1"1''
faults of the umateui Ci-! ..-jriAr,
rants, in the rural comedy! ,role, I:

evoked gnat 1 I Mart was win i>in<- .1 i I i 'nvinting '
i'l! her |.orti' .
pal I
The tpefMltii picst'ntel, duii-i") ..
Ihe first! act and l between the nit .;.
were excellent A 1'ulrtd.\t.\ a 'up' s '" I :
ed of Mes 'i. MerleVenci: ('P i": t
A Atkisson J;>.l J.l Icg DUi: : Kl r IP in 1
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Walter Johnston, al'1 i-
1 Machiet." midiral env "nMr. ( -. \ U" to La
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Weiixer vat i-nthu'ia I .tI.! :
ii-uf'J\ in '!>''<'' nl t"iior tilnOrehe -
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() tr.i mu i iui' f"i.I' 'h I lithe ';
Ki:" .imniec1j'i('('n R.nul'er "
rite.,tra, with .Mi'sd.imt'4 Burra.ap. and ,
Bullock, and. Mi{'!,; and I Shujrlc-y. The, piny \v.,is put, j T : .
on undo I lie; 1\1I.1'i HV ("f (hi' lu: I I.
and foi it1- benefit. '"
1"" vl .
WOMEN'S: :'; ('U'B IM.AN: (ONsriiEr1 : ,,.
.. .
UEAl'TIFU'1'101:'; .. "" < ,

city Additional steets were plans discussed-for-beautifying at Tui"day's the'-- 'i" .. ' ', :' :1.'f!: ''..."... . .. '' ,V'.,,, -.. e'lo.' .,. ". ... <'',\. ',.",..jQ-{:" : ' ,. " ;:t J
> :r, . ,: ? < : .. H. 'I. '
meeting of the Ki""imnwl'Women's ,. '".' "' 0\. .>E.,. .... ,; l' <1J\:'".". '11'..'. ,. ...".: .., .t- ',,. ... ,- -. J......,... ;" t
Club at the Chapter lit ""teMrs.
A, T. Morrison!' made her Ie
port for the civic section of the club I I 1
covering the plans. Her departmenthad
met with ('1\-: Manager Doughten One of the De Luxe Pullman Busses on Arrival at Coral ( abl Miami: Florida. C
recently and gone ever; their plain
with him. Among the contemplatedmeasures
to be pushed forward are
those or continuing the parking plans
near the depot and the creation of a
"Memorial Drive" on Ruby avenue
from the railroad to the dock. The The Greatest Free
pI ladies expect to make this memorial Sight-seeing
drive a palm bordered one, the palmsto -
be donated by the older residentsof .
This week's meeting opened with a
talk! ,,on 'parlimcntary law by Mrs.
Byron Parker,, followed by a fifteen Trip in America Today
minute"drill, conducted by her. Mrs.
H. W. Boice, chairman of the fine
arts department, told of the last
meetingof her section, where the life .\h .:
and paintings a of the artist they are i.
studying now were illustrated with
Perry pictures. Mrs. S. H Bullock
and Mrs. Celeste J. Fripp made interesting 3 3'S
talks on painters, and Mrs. To Miami Coral Gables and Return
Bullock, rendered! !* pleasing musical .1
number: -Announcement' was made .
that'the next'meeting of the fine arts .
department .would be on December , '
18. ri -h '

do Woman's 1011'1., former'Alexander Club member gave Akerman of an the.KUsimmee interesting, of 01'11"- ' '':;,T,'; LAST a visit. : toMiami-and, -1 : :,: r., ..rf l., ; ., door ,:'dancing\ ,;,floors," ...and.}.;.,,the,.. ;,,Venetian ,

I E report Federation of, the of meeting Women's of the Clubs Florida at f\ Gables 'as our guests in one of the '. : swimming pool make life richer and

West Palm Beach. Mrs. Bullock reported -

Children's a tea Home to laise at money Jacksonvi'le for the, new big modern De Luxe auto, fuller. .

which it t is expected will be followedby r
others to be given by those invitedto Pullman busses.
this one. Reservations.. should be made at the
Mrs. D. G. McKay and Mrs. Ji,.hn

Lee Miss were Augusta: received Winn as tendered new inembes.a delightful An opportunity to enjoy, free of earliest :ircmcnt; at the local office in

meeting: piano adjourned solo,for after a social which time the charge, a motor trip through the inter- your city, or in the city nearest to your
until the next meeting: January 8, the

month regular on meeting New Year's day Day.falling: next esting points along the east coast of Flor- home. The big bus is as easy riding as "

ida; a sight-seeing trip to the points of a Pullman car, and the trip will be in

h I interest in Miami, and a tour through, charge of courteous and efficient mem-

: Coral .Gables----that Master Suburb of bers of the Coral Gables organization.Here .

._-- I the Magic City, where the :beauty of is your opportunity to join the

=: I Spanish architecture, the setting of trop- greatest free sight-seeing tour in Amer-

ical plants, the broad plazas and boule- ica today. Space in the big bus is lim-

Why _- J vards, the magnificent Country Club and ited. Make your reservations for seats

is the sea j golf course, the tennis courts, the out- now.JGami's. .

salty 9 .

.i because it has no outlet and
? salt does not evaporate. Therefore -
1.1 1.1s
tr all the salt in the sediment
which rivers have carried down laUL BAB'LB. .
'I from the land, remains ij* the
s sea water. Vast quantities of

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Epsom Salt Jfaster 8ub'ildJ I

a which are carried into Ameri
can home"make this the larg
f i est-selling epsom?salt on earth.

Freed from every impurity, KISSIMMEE OFFICE: G. D. ROSE, Local Representative ;
I I {'entle jm action' and thoroughly) 1 Park Hotel. Phone 264
;./r" effective. The one :epsom salt
t that,Js mall to ,take. jOni i .h
.. easy GEORGE, E. MERRICK Owner
.. *cl.I' / and Developer '
of 2Qy Puretkt prepara"Uon -,, ...j ,
'" '; for. ealth'and hygiene. -. DAMMERS & 'BURNS, General Sales Agents :;
'Every i item the best that skill 1 1e' '. .
y and conscience Prod .. .- .... Executive Offices 158 East
can t 4"" : Flagler St. Miami.
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N :cI ihchj. Officesacksonvllle'WesC J Palm Beach l Daytona Orlando! :Ta >a St Petersbur Sanford .\ R
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.... SAY"MERRY r.. : To' The H-n.rabl-\y-' Mayor CommL.loner.. .November. n. un;" I
comml..loner and 1,,' ... ,
', City ManAa-er. j \
Oenth'.nl .,_' .f, ;" i i"II

oov..lrn:p::I odw: bcklnntng tfa.'rOIUhtloJIll:...aUdJdt October 'Kluhnm..e t: 3 J .
.n InK'
awarded to our Arm, and In -w. ...
XMAS! consequence thereof we" have audited
and record for that p.rlod.I .the books
syaternnaof fl boukka'pIng
Inleeourdancemwithaarrequestat the1tttyo11enayer I II
and i tho CtokColctor

tho Our tabulated report part is presented self P nn subsequent. pages, and bave endeavored to make I a m, ,
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Fund Uala/U 10'81-21 .. .. :. .'.. I I Il \
Jec.lvablea -- - ----- ---{18,73/AO
.--.--..---.--.----:--......----.-..-;.-.---_... 1'.001.1\0\ ?
Total -""
Current Assets
PHOTO.GRAPH t-IINKING FUND Ass "Ts---oo.---------------------; UU.UO 1
Bond !
Trustee llalance ._
( --- -- iio.9'8118
.Investments and Loan -------.---_-"I".III"_____- 7.300.00Totul

I ___/1-1I" .. Hlnklntr Fund Assets . < l
---------- ---------- --- 'lS.tllll.6.!

..IIllldl.' n"ftl4' .. -- ___:____ ________-..._____________.:.., 17.100 00Cettlflcate \ tI .i
1 -----------------.--.._________ --________ 1.:0011:00Old : :
Ten your holiday remembrance will be a personal Icquypnent -------4----------------------------------: 481.6112.0 I
Certlttc.totl ________._"__"." 1 ,
of lndebted"neas"Iir"I :_ lOvOflU'tio I -
that else ------ ----- ------
r- one-a gift no one can duplicate.

Total ('8.l'ltal.A..t.. . ---______,______?____,__?_______ 633.6211.02J.I.Dn.ITIFJFI !
: : ?k_

J JI ; "liidvbtedness _,---.----.,_----____________.___$2511,00000(
Net Worth __.____
I An
Ii ------nuuh"h 866.46J entirely' new body lends
It is not too late to get them for Christmas if design distinction Ih

Total Liabilities and Net Worth..______u_________.. __ ,vIO,481.r.G i appearanceaddsmeasurablytoindividualcomfort.
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I you make an appointment soon I PJalance CfII'TS it.rchanls: & Fiinm-rs Bank..---__________._-40.501.90 l ( and provides greater convenience in the new Ford
Halancc Former Treasurer' --------------________ __ 8y2&,1teeelpts I Coupe.Streamline.
.. I !. .----.----------.----_____.._--_--________u___ 7s,5b3J5
--- t body windshield viaor..and'nickeled :
: 1'otIh..IIh'\ and _,._________ ___
j Halancus ___-.____." .un.870.H! fittings make this
UIKBUUSKMKNTBDivision new Coupe
: highly attractive. !
1, of Uoneral to\etnment.______________________i 017004 I Deeply cushioned
I I Division. of Streets -_____________________.____________ 7IK8.87; seats.Improved interior arrangement -
Wilr'er's nivlalon of Snnllnry -____ _ ..._ 111.2.112. ,and cowl ventilator provideincreased!wolf ort. .
Studio Division of Fire \Department_____________._____________- (H.I.SI
,j Division of Cemetery _u_____________________:::: 4US 83 I Wide doors that open forward, revolving type
Division of Street LlitbtlnK____,_:.___________________ 2S.6U.&M window lifters
I.oan-llond Tiustees .81 Llnlning-. <.-- .-___ ____: 876310 i enlarged: rear compartment and a
I Dlshuised. to Ilond Trusteis for Inteiiat, & Sinking Fund 1X.40XI7 I I recess shelf for parcels back of the make for
_______________________ ____
Hpeclal __
Pitting- _____ I I
,, .IASIti U 1 (nnrt 00 '
:'<" ><-Z'<'C'a<"ir3< Co.--: INN:6 S }rr0'iG< 4vC' )W convenience.
< ": } >< rt GBr. ?fiC-o'S ;' Ilulkheud Fund __ ___. _n. _______________:_ ______ 121113.1: !
'-..r_ -. I'lihllcllv Fund _ _ .. _______.__ ,_ _.... _ : ::: 78515 I I :
Old) outstandingati.ints 3-1-23\0._ 3227,21 See the new Ford Coup Old other body typttat ..

iC/tA -1'ICr.J' "lOil.. d'3,_ ..... ---rrO.VH' I Total DlHbulRcllleiils __ _ __ __. ____uu---_ 6'4.195.1:1 I II I your Neartit Ford Drain1 l'Jtu_
:o:=a ";-
I I'nlnnce 10-31-2.1 UU" _h__ ___ ________ ._ _._ ____ '3:7'I: : ; I Itl'EItAT1NU M. C. AUTREY Dealer !
;; ( /; :"TATI6b1I'T-11'ATiSit" ,
& ,l.I:' 'rHJ( :
1'lIrllt,. H _- _ u ___ _ __ ______332.446.24!
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JCLAV I! N..p'-I1', M of operation. _-u _ ___u_ ___-__. _q ___ 2 .GOOll4 II KISS1MMEE FLORIDA I

II nil III for the I"'h..Lh.' ., _.- qn _.._ un __u $4.SMS! .ir; .
tin flit Hull pinpiitt, Rial, llHtatc' lli.OOIl.IIII., P.ulldlnx: $2.1.111111.1(1. .- t"
ooa00' n':<|ul|>n>i'nl f ( \\'II h'"' and earr.rle Rial V tate IT.onil "0.I" t
'i.H. I'| ,,\ |III". tir.t."Mill nil nod Jlulkh"lItI! und I'iilM fiO.IMMl U-le supplied l h v
antS Machine' .
Garage Shop I' CI. i .-'oil.rlnr( Mr. Jllbert: r
.\, appialnal' \ liV Ml U in H.1 1'u"I\ as per his -lepoit, .I/ll..1 :Ih"// J .
16 I'll"! 11'' Mathlneit', niiilnienl;; | | lutldlncs.'r'aaernIMslol lines W. rrnt I- r
:7J 539::. TA1S' -J...... --....."..._a' iI I in .1. .it $117.4\250 I ., "hI h duJ I. .'", the Hen I llHlateI : I H
I Ihe American la Kianci l'lif J'nKI" fompjint' turn v. agreed to. IKM'rplold ,
SUCCESSOR TO CLA Y & THOMAS 1 IH .I'U'I 1< at tl.r.ln.( Ml aa the Initial |"a\niint on the New truck. anil. the rl,-
foil ln. hilled IhfM, riuute ao t Im tuluatlon of the d lre I ijulpnii, ntt'urtint _
"Hels RM Indl'nl..1] on Schedule 3 amount lo SliM IJ35 11'*. and ,'''rI I CARS TRUCKS TRACTO
rent Lla hlllt leH tiolhliiK. which IH uer) r. mnrkahle shotvliiK. and, of welch
Farming Machinery, I fro lawns. and cities can. bonst L_ ._ _.....;..__ ___._ _ _
\\ would eftpeclnllt. dlicct your Attention to Kth\ .1ul.* 4. whereon will _
note under Hlnlclnit Fund I lit' Htmt-nts, that the surplus has been loamed' "HfollouM
Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt School lion nl Note fl.dOOOO. Fraternity Hall Mortgage $l-2! 'OIMI.
Loan to C Farmer $.1. secured by two mortRaRes. one on his residence
and the other on ten aciea of land. In this latter case Mr Former' advised
us that he had applied. for' n. Federal [x>an and would liquidate this loan or AsK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For
luans nft soo-a as this one frranted. Loan to Katz Bros. .secured by
BEARINGS FOR NEARLY ALL MAKES OF CARS note for $7(000 The water and sewer bond as we understand ?although paid or 35 years the R. O. Painter Fertiliser. Company hall furnished Flor.
l I't still held l>5' the tit Cloud National Hank for what purpose we do not know Ida growers with fertilisers The continued patronage of experienced growers
Three are matters which arc strictly\ legal and we reapt'ctCulr"r..r\ you to gives proof of satisfactory results .sCOtri .
your counsel' however we would recommend to you that Inasmuch aa thepresent .n BETTER FRRTI1.IKRR BH MADE WR WOULD MAKE IT
Bond Trustees recelte no remuneration for their "rvlce" find respon*
slhlllly that either the ('lerk-Collector be made Custodian for all Finking Write for New Fall Trice Lists Just Issued
Funds and securities There II an unexpended balance to the credit of
-- -- Tim.orr"nt Fund Sinking) and aa al) Time Warrants have been extinguish E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.. Jaclurarilk. FIST .*
4 ed. and this account may be transferred either to another HlnklnK Fund or
transferred to the General City account having served It. purpose. z
ATTENTION-BUYERS OF FEEDS! \\'' hate mad. n thorough and] rigid examination of both the Clerk-Col -
lector Mr :S. n. Gilbert and the Water and Light collector, Mr. Bleed and ...
as shown on Schedule 1of this report all revenue as collected by both Mr. J. 4.
!v. 'paying two prices for your feeds when you can save an extra P. Cilbert and Mrs Steed: has been duly deposited In the City Depositor
Mr filbert has been burdened with the upkoen of too many records and STORAGE BATTERIES RECHARGED, $1.00:
!1 r t. Come pr phone to the new Feed Store located in the rear we have: made numerous suKKesllons lo him that If followed closely' will enable ,
him to obtain Ihe samo results and without haring: to wor'c aft 'r office
uf Waters and Carson's grocery building and save dollars. hcurs The system of bookkeeiilnK Installed will enable )outst.ltes) to makeup More for Less Money-All The Time. .
your Huiiitet In a comparatively short while
1 JUST LOOK THE LIST OVER On Schedule 6 a detailed schedule of the Voucher Checks outstanding Is :
I shown and n reconcilement of Depository and Bank balances, and on Schedule .
('orn. No. 2. Yellow 100 Ibs__________ _-___ _________$2.65 8 a recapitulation net gaIn from of all Water balance's.The and Electric operations Indicate a net train for
Octs Diamond J., 100 lbe-------------------------- 2.40 the period examined of \\'., learn from your City Manager that someimprov.ments Phone 135 14 Darlington Ave.\
are needed at the plant which will readily absorb this profit.
OH: Deck Sweet Feed 100 Ibs---__._____ __ .2.65 I A detail of the Ronded Indebtedness Is shown on Schedule *-A. ... ..

Happy Chop Sweet Feed, 100 Ibs___-_______-________ 2.75 Investments On HcheduloU Is shown statements, of the various Sinking Funds and .

Hay, per 100' lb. ___._.__-.--..--,--.-.-.-.--------. J-85 The Insurance In force of all properties amounts to $41.3<10.00. which dur- -- I -
lb. from 2.75 to. .. ...,___ 3.35' Inc the past eight months has goat the City 11,241.11, and thin figure may be Scratch Food,.. per 100 $ :: materially reduced should you sea nt to carry the risk yourselves.The .
City Ornnnliatlon Chart I* ahown on Schedule 11.Before I
Granulated this week only hundred10.25
Sugar, per
concluding our report we would be pleased to mention even .
' ;: !r/ -t,
i though that It may be beyond the audit. that a* we are now making a several .
You will find the'complete line of the best feeds'money' cnn audit 'of the City of Palmetto, that a bond election has been called there forth P'o1LK
.. purpose of erecting a Municipal Dase' Ball Park and they are In communl1 : RECORD r
I at this place. Give us o trial. We deliver In city limits. 1 lion with one of the. Major Leagues for the purpose of having them train In their "
City. They are of the opinion'. that their publicity fund for the etc.. of .
I .
COMPANY Phone 12 this Park could not !>. .x.nd..d1ore\ wisely and ns stated this Is 1 '- -. -. '
CASH FEED nwr.n..nllm..d us the City ol KlHslmmen might desire. to take n similar stem . .
The IIHnR d. t ices! In the Cll)' Hall are ahaolutel Inadequate to meet withthe
+- ......,.,.".. -'* : lequlrement of your modern form of UovernmontWu ..

__ __u I hate carefully examined the records as kept by your ('lIytlnrn.'y" ,
-- -- - ------ condition.The \ .
n 111 excellent
uintl hate found them : .
I AsHt Is and Llnbllltli I .s are all ot which t%.t. could locale or find a rt.cord '.
I of !
In conclusion tte hate exercised caution not to Incorpointe ant' AssetsIn .
Y.J.LING the tnrloliH Balance Sheets Hint were worthless and from the figures as sit .
forth In this Priori the tax pavers nH-iessmentH have kern jtidleloUHl expendill ...
1wish ta tl-nnk, Ihe .rlt..rK of Ihe l'ilfor the sari",, touittslis <.x- -vtiMiltd .
IIH diirlll", (Mie (outse of out audit.Hcaprctfully. .
Hand Laundry Hulimltt. ) il. J.I.
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Hv Su lug" :

Now open utid ready Keep Books on Bossie


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Monday.The county The court lines will of convene the jurors next | "Bible"] Sunday!! Pert mboi 9, will I t (Get these free milk records and know what your,:

20 Stewart Ave. drawn to serve nt the December' be duly observed with appropriate'I
turn are: I jservicc-B! in the Episcopal church. Uev. cows are doing. Milk record sheets will be given
Painful Heels 'Albert New rector will preach at 11 I
Kissimmee, FloridaThe C. C. Arnold H. F. Cobb, William '
Adams, T. M. Lyuuss, J. Z. lloberson, 'u. in. on! "Tlio "Impregnable Hock of :} away free with every order of Purina: Cow Chow.
Relieved Holy Scripture, and at eveninA'hour.
I Claud Baiber S. II. rWtu', N. C. Bryan .
7:30.:: will speak en "The Second
Joe Bat-htel, Dan Aimstrong1, C. "
Painful heels ankles Gazette Job Department is : I'. Co>.le. K. S. Ployd. Coming of Christ.
leaning The Hector will be pleased!! to ans- :
burning callouses are unneca- ready to print that classy letter head Phone Us Today .
.. Call Phone Double-One ((11.) wer publicly any written questions on if. = '
for 'ou. :
ary. The awe of these trouble ) .a the history or teaching of the church.

is a misplaced bone in the -j Such inquiries will be answered at :
the Sunday night services. .
foot t
sensitive '
pressing against t .s '

nerves. /7BEFORE \ Everybody to attend in all most services cordially and meet invited 't Florida Feed'Stores' .

Relief from these foot trouble ings. \

ii a service rendered by our 306 BROADWAYTELEPHONE

exclusive foot relief parlor, USE CLOGGED THROATS

which is in charge of a graduate SANITARYDAIRYCO'SMILK "'b..n your wind I* shut olT and US YOUR NEEDS
trained( in the breathing difficult you try to mUo,!. the

expert & ICE CREAM lungs 1 m and by forcing suddenly air contracting through tho the CALL UP No. 218 (TWO-ONE-EIGHT)

tbront. Thin is bard on your !cogs
t6aw".r.lflitJftil and your throat and dilate the blood
1 Teasel. 1.. Clogged throats are ruxily und ill.
I quickly opened nblerm ralsvd and l tbo .
throat is toothed and hooted by Loon-
you buy ardi's Couch Syrup (Creosoted). It
He can give you relief-yes, tire prevents antiseptic harking and has a 7M t8r te
!Instant relief him valuable ac-tloiu Best<< remedy t
Consult <' at what looks to be a for oougba. colds, bronchitis, a.r.uee
you are under no obligation., grippe, croup and wboopiiiE cough '
low price, compare !Maze sure sod! pleaaaut. it your

C. W. BASSETT the cost with these druggliit. ii' II, I t dl L11 r I

ATTENTION low price on Goodyear .
Opposite Library
VV in foot TJ rest

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Sanitary Dairy milk lathe So So Cord 20.65 l"i

CITY mlllc for your folks. r J3 It 4 So So Cord 21.13 I I
Virtue. Retained and Im
Mx4ViS.S.Cord 28.00 3
It will benefit your baby. preyed Danrereos and Sickening '
:Your .wife and children 33 It 5 S.S.Cord, 3X20, Qualities Removed Perfected Tablet 1

j ;> T R.I.E'{ ; will like it end it will be Aa.s8-edt ttsa Called calotak.r..ter.Tb.late.t'trtumph ** +' !'

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Z' ,'Persons"Holiday Sale !

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Be sure and: visit our Holiday Sale to save on your Christmas Goods.. ,

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The Sale opened with a whirlwind Thursday morning and will last until midnight December '24th, when we. ',

wish you all a Merry Christmas. "

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We have a full line of Master Craft Suits for men that are beauties. Buy yourself one for Christmas.

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Special Monday, 10 a. m.---We will sell 20c Ginghams for 5c a yard, '5 yards to each adult customer.

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1919! WAR SAVINGS STAMPS! I' This big holiday sale at the 1>(1).11'Limit ) OFFICERS" CJTESTS; AT i iI -
I ARE PAYABLE JANUARY 1 will continue until midnight of ,i SCHOOL LUNCH; ROOM ;, t
-- December :24! All kinds of merchnn :I
War Saving! Certificates", issue of diRe are offered', for mm, women, und t'int"..u..d from page Oae1 t'
1910, are payable January first. Holders children at prices which have made economy is practiced 1 in every wayDishes Monroe Thomas GARAGE
may turn them in to the post- these holiday sales of the Persons are plentiful but the glasses
master at any time now, in order store popular.HISSIMMEK for serving: are discaidcd jelly tumblers I
so 18 Emmett Street
donated friends.! One cf theclub
that they may be sent to the Federal I ------- - by
R.e erve' Bank in Jacksonville, and ; PEOPLE MADE; members has often expressed I -
checks received immediately after the DISTRICT C. K. OFF1CI.VLS the wish that some one would donate .
I the lunch loom about 20 dozen glosses -
first.These certificates may he exchanged -
at the postoffice for Treasury : :Miss Edith Miller and11'8.: Jot of uniform .size that each chil 1 PHONE 47 Residence Phone 71
Savings Certificates in $25, $100, Phipps. of Kissimmee, were elected would be sure of having its share of I
and $1000 denominations. Junior and Senior Superintendent, milk. -
----- respectively, of the district Christian ,: Su many (generous things have been I
Endeavor, at the convention held' in'', done however for the lunch room ,
MRS. W.-E.---BASS. DIES this city last Friday and Saturday I Mrs Van Duzer, Aunt ]Frank, -emU =>: U\\ installing new equipment'] and will soon be ableto
Mrs. W. E. Bass, for more than 'i According to C. !F. Evans, field secretary :' every year lea towels which are always ,
for the southern states, this acceptable
thirty years a resident Kissimmee,
died list Saturday morning at her convention boasted the greatest registration -I I For Thanksgiving: treat the :Mothers do
home in North Kissimmee, at the age of any district convention of club purchased boxes of big I dapples
of 64 years. Funeral services were Christian Endeavor ever held in the :I and gave! an apple to pitch
conducted at Rose Hill cemetery southcin' states. Saturday evening a I child on leaving the room. In other ALL KINDS OF MACHINE
Sunday afternoon by Rev. Berdict, of Main was held on the vacant lot at I years pumpkin pies were served on WORK
the Pentecostal Christ's church. and Park streets, under the oak Thanksgiving.Many .
Mrs. Bass is survived by her husband tiees I I strangers coming to the city
H L. E. Parker, of Kiasimmee, a i| The officers elected for the district, I drop in to see the lunch room. Mrs. -
daughter, Mrs. John Barber, of Saint which comprises Orange, Seminole, Paulk and Mrs. Best would be justas -
I land Osceola (counties, are I pleased to greet some of the home
Cloud, and a son I, Clarence Bass. I President Robert A. Greene, !Sanford folks who have never been there- Prompt Attention To Small Job. AM Well A. Large
; vice-president, Harold Ward, and maybe they, too, would say as t
ST. JOHN'S ANNUAL Jr., Winter Park; secretary, Mrs. R. did one of the guests last Monday,
BAZAAR NEXT WEEK C. Maxwell, Sanford; treasurer, "I knew about the lunch room but I
I( Frank Reed, Orlando; alumni superintendent had no idea It did such a business."
The annual bazaar of Saint John'sGuild Miss Beulah Roney, Or. I ___ .. _. .
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will take Friday -
next week
place ,
lando tenth legion superintendent,
and Saturday, at the new Parish :, ; 0
Rodman Lehman Sanford hour Neid's Healing Baths 9e
; quiet 666
Home, ftom 10 a. ro. to 6 p. m. On
superintendent Miss Elsa Hens<'hen,
Saturday a chicken pie dinner will be I Oakland ;
1 served at noon, and on both after- j I Edith Miller; junior, Kissimmee superintendent; Sntermed-, Miss recommended for rheumatism, Is ii Prescription prepared for

noons tea and ,sandwiches. Fancywork i I I: late superintendent Mrs. Joe Phipps eczema, and all kinds of skin Colds, Fever and GrippeIt I i ij
cooked foods and
,, preserves, fT1
Kissimmee subscription J. is the
diseases. for most know
other things usual with bazaars ; manager Also stomach speedy remedy we ,
will be sold on both days. The pro G. Dann, Ocoee; district promotion troubleFor baths and mineral Preventing PneumoniaIn ;
manager, Ewell McClure, Orlando;
ceeds.go. toward. the piano fund. cheer leader in state. convention. Miss water for drinking purposes j ; llla I I.l
0. Ruth Miller;,. Orlando, v leave order at 614 Patrick St., the County Judge' Court Oflceola j
MRS. R.'D. GUICE WINS or phone 208. County, Klorlda. In the Matter of the l : I
:' SILK DRESS' AT PERSONS'. ODD FELLOWS TO ATTEND Estate of C. I. Hyatt Jr., and Jatknun I ; ( I I
ORLANDO BOOSTER !MEET y Mvndall Hjtatt. minors Notice ut HPpllcntlon I .. .
George,.,W< Persons' holiday sale '. (CHARLES NEID Owner ".. to sell|| real eatste. TO ALL If' ..J''., I'
Fellows IT MAY fONC'KKNl Notleslshereby 1
witha Local hlt'FI
staited Odd
morning to
outs yesterday planning ,
given that the under (
lnt>* big rush of customers. As the attend the big booster meeting! for the KISSIMlIl E, FLORIDAMRS. of Iho rotate of c. I. lljntUr II IIt i ll IIII Illl
doo-s opened each of the first fiftyladies Odd Fellows' Home to he held in Or- .. And Jackson Mend'ill ll>nll mlitorn II1 ,i or ,
was given a ticket entitling lando December 17. They will meetat : :McDtlKFIE NEXT will on the 7th dry of Januar., r "
A P. ,
tarapp]\ tu II. MiI A
.I her to one of the fifty packages the Fraternal Hall ort" Orange ave- TI'ESDAY AT PKKSIUTERIANMr ; :.; I nbole Cowl I Ins HUttl\ jrlt> 1l> Mill (h.hltcrr 1 t: MI '
wrapped up and waiting. All these nue and parade to the site they hope I I!' l of roil M alnorxu/ 'h.1"",,, t Li1urnI1 \
: rarliatres contained valuable merchandise will be selected for the Home, wherea W. R McDufTie will kpeak''I In..xt i firt fc> t of. L"t i fi nt. lilork 1 of *. t111,1111a"Il'O
> but ore of them was a $15 basket picnic will be nerved The Tuesday night; December 11. at tillr .Vd.litlon I Kt\lHl: to< n III.-nf T..wn,Itul.liKiilli'iH i.f K'Irmi ". t I I It I
le. silk dress. The lucky holder of the local lodge; is urging all visiting Odl 7:30:: at the first Presbyterian church. ..I > .. .ar.nIt> ("funtKlin. l I'o.$ II'
number which won the dress was Fellows to attend this booster meet- Her !subject wil be "The Seven Bli-s cording 'I" IIr.<'em'd li'il pi.t tint. ..r :
Mrs. R. D. Guicc. ing, which will last all day. serfs of Revel >tion." \ 'I'I liln, tin ill .tiny.111:1! of: I'uanbur!K 10T'' '. ..V. 111t,2.1
J 'illirillin; fur I' I. Ittull. Jrl,1,1nrka.n 4- \
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HAVERYBUSINESSNE. l fcin tlnuf il rrum I'n.-e One I
can Ix'Rion. He witms-U'd one ofi I Make Christmas Gay
I these plays when he was in Florida'
two months ago: at which time the

0 contract The new with manager Mr. Jordan expects was to closed.booka With All the Newest Music Played on a BrunswickThe

number of high class road chow of
merit during the winter. His opening supreme] gift at Christmas time is a Bruns-,

night will be next Monday, when wich Phonograph, for it brings gaiety joy happi
"Omar the Tent Mater," an eight ,
Every business needs right banking reel feature will be presented. There ness, inspiration to the family circle. Music is thej'l;

\ with will be an but afternoon one performance matinee. at A night five.: I touch that makes all hearts beat in unison. Old or; j

connections. The resources the piece orchestra has been engaged: for young, all respond to the universal appeal of lovely
this production. Mr. Small has book- music. 'I
ed Coburn's Minstrels for 8,
service and the facilities of a bank _. January Brunswick opens wide to you the portals] of. F

SCHOOL BOARD SETS music. From grand opera to dance music, frorr>g :

are essential in all business. This VACATION:" PERIOD rollicking songs to beautiful melodies rendered.bYF?

(f'ontlnuml from rave One the greatest modern
children when they declared a two instrumental ar
bank is at your service. weeks' quarantine on all children your command this holiday season with a Bruns4- .
coming: to the county from elsewhere wick.
This ;I '
regulation/ provides sufficient
Y time for any disease to develop which It is the one Christmas gift that never loses its> :
might he brought from other places.
and. although it causes new corners charm, for ,very new record renews your enjoyment -?

/ Bank of Osceola to lose two weeks' achool"} l. is ,a decided of your Brunswick. j1:
The County advantage net only to them but to At this
the regular classes. store you can select either a console oif "

cabinet model Brunswick at most reasonable 'prices

OBJECT TO WATER We cordially invite hear/
FRONT ARRANGEMENT you to inspect them. See, "::

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I 1 when the subject ws brought up for compare.Wilder's
further discussion, Commissioner
X George W. Persons said, "Did any of Studio
I i ,f.\\. Deposits Insured you men have an inkling that there
: ; would be these objections? It came a Wland.
..' . out of a clear ky' to me. We had .
1 been breaking our necks to . .
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:; ',,' .. .,. ... Mr. Willson\ and the few others who i
.t, f.. .. simply means that .
& .., . wanted to finish the railroad I of laying tracks titan they pole
t. the
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a ..' :;.;f > --I.' '..... /;:.. ; X! J. #: -!J ':" : 9o't.Mr., WUUon would rather put the aide right of the'of way for 100 feet oa this the present time." .' ... ; '
pIRBCTOR9'J. center of the main gatl
line '
,0 .. : money In .the bottom of the Atlantic Commissioner Howard ,JtaI'
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was the
-" Wnde Tueker M M:MI1Ier'aeo. p. reonsrhtb hing. fog mOat the center of the main. line judgment
.' ''_ :..r .. ; : w. !' . Important. Kls.lmmee. If be will not In fay the amnti't'made' '
"" opened. The
:. .: ., IT.. 'Dlvertl GO rS'gler' .. we leave Darlington avenue the beYGnd 'that Ii'the'beat thhiiI tor".
io ":'' ,,,.q. " .,'4" :1'14': : .,,, .. .. . . ,' ". It Is.". 'j way extending to the lake wlU Leco... the ,had no ide. there.wonU be atiJertlona
i ..rr. "";% .tiA1A t _""1 << ........' ,}:' ..-w: ., ' yr -. n' j ", Nl .'CltrelAttoro..W..J. eUy'iproperty, which- the city' d.. made.* v-
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