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: August 29, 1919
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: VID00922
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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. '\ .. BY, ''KISSIMMEE. CONCERT. BAND. TONIGHT., .830* .. P.M.. 'i

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Mss.. 21 The Florida|lIOn I of tHe limitation imposed by , ''I. : --I '.-.-, -- -:::-: ,; '" i
vupreme court this. afternoon. sastetned the then existing: ,local option article -" odmt' I Once more the weather Juan :bag, '
:. thei validitr" of.'chapter '7788 I of.tha..constitution- and that.the"sta .f I LAUNCRJUOE"'TO' PARADISE'' triumphed 'and, the opening* of i the

lawa :of..F1orl4a. ;(818. ,beta*',,thaJaw''1'' .violation of.actionrl.irud.l2 Mar, =Path: ,of Honor.'u, .....-...__..-Jewell ' ,I first 'aectlon"or, stretch of the Dixie-
enacted at the extraordinary sessionof of the bill of rights and section 16 of>' I- Jau.5lim: Trombone --jjf, ; -.ISLAND; :
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tha legislature last-fall to 'carryout article 8 6f the1 constitution' and other .__; Fillmore Highway being built>> (between ben.and .-

and enforce the provisions of the grounds.' 1 Waltz Soot Dear; 'Old; Pel'gf}1ine,;.....,':'__.U nut.,Rice 4an"'of young people enjoyeda Campbell j Station 1sAa"been Jdelayedy -

recently to adopted the state prohibition constitution.The amendment -,remanded On the the hearing petitioner the circuit to the custo judge I OvertUre-Prin' ; of:India --t.--......-_..:":'_..:King h, Paradise launch'ride Island Friday merry. making evening the 1'It -

case decided by the supreme dy of the aheto serve the sentence Fox Trot Blue 'Ridge Blues ..Whiting,,,.the "Water Lilly.".) wit ,the, intention :'of'. Messrs.Murphy .- ,.
.' court involving the rvalldity of the theretoforo npoHd,'* From this rutlag' Hawaiian Patrol, Kilauea -roo--{ .: '\ swim in. Lake Tohopekallga was .,and Maloney,' who hire ;thr
law ". ---- ---- .Stewart followed by a bountiful' picnic : contract' for the "
o< Neisel. plain- N.1..1',.ppealed itoA the snp road ,to penthe
Miff inaserror,-, enui" D.fcW.fMoran, court; the+'case was exhaustively supreme argued ,Jazz One .Step-Micky'', ..' ,._:|_ .;;. .;:..::....--.Morel, per at i CaP I MeikleJon's winter home ; first 'section for:; travel ,th laaf; or
ahariff. of Dade "county, defendant In and ''has been most Concert Waltz ,. I and the evening was 'concluded with : this week but the. eenatant rains'havefnrtherrdelayd
carefully Wild
error.; Neisel was arrested, tried and considered by the supreme colirt. The Flower >d:.....-...:.:.:._.;_,.-Kiefer dancingla -. --"" "" ,the ,work. C'.

convicted in the criminal court of order affirming the judgment. cf thqcircuit :Fox, Trot-Os nl, ------ --:--....__ eel,' the, partyw.rei Captain Melk-I .The road construction la b.lnZ:
record of Dade countyor violatingchapter court is doncurred in by One Step.-How'7.' Gonna 'Down I lejonMisses( Marion ,Porter: .Amy, ',pushed aa .nfldI1' ,.as1' possible, .
"7786, laws of Florida by: Judge Whitfield. Ellis and West. ---1.---! on Jo and Dot M.kinlOn.Edna.Bcbw.I-:. three crew :are kept at work.
transporting and having in The opinion of the supreme court J .the, firmMarchLittle. _.; __ __... ....-Do na t.J'.nl Jkart and Lib Ledbetterj, "M....... "This mean the,employment of neer-y
possession' in said t).unty hl'j filed. later.COL. . Traveler' '_ ; ... .31 1 Marlon Farmer; Carson Farmer. Albe.ctand -,,: ly sixty men which brings weekly'payroll -
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seven quarts of whla e.t 1-' ? Raymond-Bearden, Lee.MLea er of from $700to $).000., f
From the judgment anf :'sentenceh 'THOS.: :a., M, SHEAROUSE.. JR.:',Director., apdXDpllas, Jlunt'r; oJl i i i The+bridge crew' havegrnplstedl
applied for a writ of habeas corpus :: DUNCAN WILL; : 1/1 .. .. .. A .. .. .. .. ..'.. .. .........:A A:.. .. ;. J. 0 _''.' . . ." .'. I .u. 'as. ', .1.1 :ti/rdeleJ three' wooden bride.*-'alllounti to
to the circuit court of Dade county WED POPULAR ORLANDO ..GIRLJllr. -.T T"T."T."y. ,., ., . . .... ..o..o about BOO feet. One concrete bridge
alleging that, ''article' 19 of the -w NOTICE: and culverts''have... been built and
.state constitution as 'amended .,was ahdrTMrs. W. -M. Clemens oi ;: f All.whe*are'interested '4n"talrfnr thereia-but' nv inore*.alv r4 tei be-
;not properly submitted to the-people;,Orlando for'r.tlfic.tlon or rejection: .that the meat '..of.. their daughter Sarah ., ,. { Gndu.are required .to. dQ ,.10"at,.th. The work wai begun at the'' city'
legislature at. the' .xtraordlnaay{ see,|}I, Shields, to" Li.ut-CoI"Thoma.: Dun- ., ,-" High SchoolSept. 4, and 6. : limits. 'golnl'".oatb;'md the brick""'
.ion of December, 1S18. was without can. commander of CElstrom'field.. CONSIDER IMPORTANT'QUESTIO : ( (LOB THE '' '862t.. '''A H. FILLERS, i'nincipathkrs. now :Id ;'th. Carl Smith
authority to pass anticipatory legM-I M ;. n, FIRST TO BE'RGANiIED f.rm is e&thi'is opened ,it i It estl-.
I. :Cotterman and :little daugn-- mated tibtflt.wJll1cut off than
lationmakinQ effective article tJof! .Mrs. D. C.- Wheeiseleft,, today'!oe : mere
the constitution! amended, by rea;'Maitland.-I "../_' .., ;. '' :i 1 SATURDAY tar relatives left, last north.Saturday' to :Visit;.their half of the detourand* ) ,.imostwimt -'
'" uu' IN FLORIDA Op < passable_.half of_ that.; '
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IT IMMENSE[: SUMS TO BE SPENT ; ,The. Kissimmee ', Citrus Exchange, .I ''may, ' known .
will' hold'
the Exchange an important house meeting at two ths ; Osceola county doing pioneer OV.ERNM.ENrgOIN AFTER
; packing tomor k
*, on bee culture and .that it, U
row/: Saturday, ,August.
80th the first
i "in1
county Florida t where ,

: 'IN'IMPROVING :DIXIE"'HIGHWAYJ(prospective.U ,. memben, members of the organization'are urged to.and be I* of ,active''',workers, have been. .
present. ? Miss Alblna Smith, the'. ,efficient THE HIGH COST OF F LIVING,
.' .\ ,, .*.>> ;, ..' .-. I|I Among'' other .i Important subjects co nty agent began to interest her
,,' f to bediscussed' at this will
meeting club members in this aa a side issuean .
Commenclnkat-: the Georgia State.tom heee additional'visitors we'*' must do''be the pool question. It is thought < so popular has it become that I .rrr., :wv
"; Department will'more than Improve the Dixie. Highway likely at this time( that all fruit of now seventeen of ,Washington i Aug... 56. Retail All. mail ord.n'wID'' be'd.n"ered'''
'' ';. apend $200,000 on the Dixie Highway I -we must build good roads ail the same variety will be pooled for YO ng' people ar. Oaceola'abright,'stores for the sale of household com- through the1 parcel post but the pol_
in Nassau county $25,000 in St. :.over' the county. and especially, toi the entire season. This will insure or part owners in some Instances ..'": included' in '''the surplus icy of; making these *
,Johns In Flagler the ocean. '. r .. I( absolute fairness all.memjbenv, wh ire there is more than one mem- stock: of, the war department, will be]1 the postofflce : aat..j'tlsrort{ :
county $80000 in Brevard county j j I It'is now proposed that In addition giving each ,one the highest average be of the family desiring to enter established Sept"'25, it" was d ontlnoed. All' "
and $$250,000 in St. Lucie county;th. to the, $800,000 that will "match the price which prevails for his class of. thq business led i today The storey located go directly to the stores. To' expedite -.
counties fruit. ,' 'he I Lin depot centers and Other large'cities -' the mall order sales the *
n.m.d'ral.lnll equal State's $$300,000 for the Dixie that names of. those members' are!, ; post of
mounts, thus providing $2,260,000 a million dollars in bonds be floated'I I Manager PJano stated that the Mi ef Ethel Base, Ruth Sullivan and they will accept. . and fin mail floe department has been asked to
that. wiU be expended by the State'by the whole county to be used to>> books of the association will .be Mildred Partln. Kate Partin., Aline order.I .. establish .sub-stations In 'each store:
Road Department on the Dixie Highway ,build a county-wide system of '"tood closed 'absolutely On Saturday'night 'Bas, Lester Marie clark.{ and '| Continued'. purchases by ,th."d"l Catalogues quoting.price and'giving I
from the Georgia .State line to roads, and the way It looks-;now the and all members who intend to take Me isrs. Earl, Ernest and 'Bbsco, Ty- partment of, certain'necessities. : so I location .of all stores are being prepared ,
Stewart.' The Dixie from Stewart to proposition will come nearer uniting advantage of the;'f, organization must sort. Warren, Sullivan-Raymond :'and=thattheseatore.--may -be'continuedindefinitelyas ..nd'these will be authorised
i Miami"' now: in perfect condition. I all the people of than sign ,up by( that ,,dste.< This action Roan Lanier Bert JVetherbee, Ar : a part of the 'government I. at every, .post office, In the United i,
r Many other millions are now being anything ever before propose ,Is 'taken to Insure adequate handling thiir Partln Joseph and Paul Keen." campaign against the high cost States -
pent by the Federal and State Governments .L( .A-million dollars used In making of-the Exchange's"ruit, as it la im Eulie Chapman Doyle Davis, Harold of living ,!* understood to be under I. The present planI to open stores sIn
to improve the roads all sat perfect system of COU 7-"ld. perative'to know approximately, and Albert Wilson consideration.j .- : I the 14 cone supply cities Boston
the way from Chicago and New York good -roads will. do with roadrepairs much< to- provide 'for in the ,way, of flee culture is -not their"only; activity 'j* ;Price all"comndlties 'offered : New York. Philadelphia. Chicago. St;;,
to Florida which' means that 'many: away shipping materiaL. for the majority them have for sale will be ao fixed as to prevent : Louis New Orleans, San, ,Antonio'
more tourists will come to Florida every year and the frequent)jThe packing house will open early completed the years' garden: Work as .discrimination?,between the purchas Omaha. El :Paso. San Francisco:anJ "J
?'f this .winter.than ever before. building, of pieces of roads on the installment this year-and when in full running welL "The new, enrollment In. the, ers' who buy over they counter and Washington. The chain 'will be ex.;

:to ? For Brevard to get its share of plaiu : Indian_River'Star.. I I order will mean a payroll of S2.000. canning club is made, in September.r s. who purchase through the tended. to additional, cities aa rapidly;
per !week ao aaya Mr.,Piano. Soaie of, them are poultry club malL as possible.. . __ _
OSCEOLA COUNTY"BEE f workers and others belong' to'' the I 1.' .mannf\ffaw"\ ..... _, .'- .: . .' '. '. Uh, U:'
t WORK ON QiK-ltiAVE CLUB J. M.:< Bryan of Campbell Station newly'organised club. : w
HOLDS PICNIC. will move his family to'' Klssimmee 'With, club 'gardens and canning- f BAND CONCERT TONIGHT;' CAN WHOLE BEEVES :.
I next week to send the '''children to clubs, poultry,bee 'and grape clubs,I We' want ..everybody ,to' bear this ,
: DITCH COMPLETED" Miss Alblna Smith, the county: school They will occupy the J. M. the county agent, has a wide,scopeof concert. We wish to know ,lf you
\ agent, la-meeting with gratifying success Gilbert 'cottage"on' .Church street. .' usefulness. I I want the band to play three concertsper TOBEArTHEHCLAt'least ;
'- I in establishing bee Clubs In this I week for five months; We want ,
r : and of to know If. will band ,
Kiisimmee will the : county many the young people yon support the
completion are becoming interested- bee KISSIMMEE"SCHOOLS ,financially. We want to see a,large
two familie in this 'vicinity
: of long'desired improvement '
, a city culture.On WILL OPEN crowd to hear the band-the boy
have no cause to fear the, high'cost
this' week when the play better when .
. unsightly Monday a picnic was held at appreciated. of meat for on their shelves IB-
drainage ditch running parralel '; Aligator Lake where members of the The band I.I the one best advertisement
piled the canned products,' furnished,

,'t' with Dakin avenue!, between Among club were those invited who attended"to'% be were present.seventeen WITH FULL CORPS \OF TEACHERS' Orlando for' Kissimmee.paid a. band,"$12,000.,last to by three a whole,beef four'times amounting the in value
'covered.Broadway and Church 'street. will- ;* be boys and girls whQ now own : winter. for a twelve 'weeks engagement. animal ,would or sell for. .
be... Are yon willing to give us
! Mr*. Joe Ward of the Boggy Creek
The, .city.council. the. contract .;They:;:w.... addressed :: byMT M.:, -; $2500 for five month of concerts? section "put up".. a whole beef last
for to A.'I .. The' Osceola .''County1 We know you all stated that by all .
D.Yidlon.aom. Javens of Mt. Dora who- is,a specialist High School detail e.rranced'before the week. Mr* Ward purchased a team
Ii' time ago'.-but heavy rains greatly ,on: the'subject:;;: Mr.:' Javina and the Kissimmee eft.eboOla', will semble. ,. *pupil. *"as means Kissimmee must have a band, pressure- earner .last year and canJ ,.'
>. 'retarded the progress of' the bricking. made an instructive talk, giving open Monday morning,' September, Prof. Fillers In speaking of the and If-now up to you to' back tip ned portion of a beef and some

J f. Now. however the grouting .aDd practical... suggestions ... ..."1919-1920. term, whhh now has coming: year said. : '"The. 'outlook Is ,your statement., withy, ,., your' Anauclalsupport. pork.: So pleased ''waa her family.
t foundation' are laid and the brick. Miss, Smith had Invited ,Miss Mae the prom.... of being one of the beat ..xeaptlonal1y"lbril'ht.. The positions ' : moral with the ,result that aha baa Just can. ,
" arch '-will' probably:t e completed, Mon., ,the .atate.dairy, ,.specialist, .to years high andarh... institutions. have nearly>11 been filled and the I Wefully appreciate' 'yonr' ned a whole beef putting tha meat ''
support but it and ?
: .wont music
" ,buy
Saturday, leaving only .the "AU, to be prsent.She ',poke on the home ? the new faculty'' comes to us with:the in glass and tin container
'brin*. the'' street to a'ItnL O. & dairy question'urging the;f increased untiring- efforts of'Prof. R. M. Evans bat''of >recommendation.- bacon." Mr*. ,Will Wetherby Is the .second. .
There la possibly no .of wilL It is thoughtbatably: sustained "The prudent housewife with'
'flmp".I "- use milk and coach has not yet been secured Wednesday;
;,: ,! m.nt that will add, ao anatl,..tG.the portance! + ., of,milk..oJieproduet.In by Prof A; H. Fillers,, who comes to but in any event we expect to 1 Albino j of the county'agent Mia
. attractiveness of Kitalmmee aa the the diet.The. his new field"-labor* t covering of.this ditch and picknickers 'combined-business requirements of success, youth education year and will encourage foot ball Miss 'Bessie McGuire: to go there a* beef.' \ ? -
and experience. Prof.* Fillers home economic teacher, but she 1* The first whole In
l lrtaD""a"p'itoward' .the' title of with pleasure and;rbad and basket ball' both for'' the boy animal the noun
City Beautiful" which rightly. lake ends bountiful a swim in added the has mad. himself*thoroughly familiar -I and'' girls base ball and tracL'l': under t renewed obligation;;to Orange ty wa* :put tip by"; Mr*. Roll OverIastaeasoaThere.ults !:
.belongs to 'dinn.r aa with the situation here aunty for another year but 'wUI..be4rlad street '
.. Kissimmee 4v. pleasure of the day. visiting J"All the departments .of the school weN
. : I Kissimmee to their offerepen watched
; during commencementweek which'-bsve heretofore contributed accept generous by the neighbor who> arer
before ...0mlnl".b1a" duties In to its, usefulness will be1,encouraged; !..f.. next year. ',. ,"; : '" ;::, :DOW following' the example;L "'::;. .;;. fs
the Stat College for Women at Tal literary societies 'will "be .
GOVERNOR "FIRES"! SHERIFF lahasseeSince' his returnhi has the high' school orchestra continued:
gone "'over the ground carefully and and I would favor the,publishing of IHEVfPARlft MADE'l'BEAUTYSPOI"ortHE
nothing has been left- .undone that a school paper again.".. 0 I BE

I would contribute, to an auspicious be- _. .Member of the Faculty. . -, .. .
I ; cinnlnr. The members' the for '
: LOGAN OF POLK COUNTY SupU Towell! and, .Prof. Fillers the year will her' 'faculty, i '
nave experienced :some, difficulty 'in PrlncipaU: Prof.
A. H. Filler*. CITYJAn '
. filling all the positions In the schools Assistant :
\ '.-. -. i Principal-Mia* Almena .
''' here aa not Florida ,
only but the Leitner. .
I'n ndt' Aug.23.': ..:.Governor Catt* aired a committee W ofv twenty-one whole{ .0 nation .I. suffering from an ,. School. "
Here' today that b. had unprecedented'dearth of teachers.. The Latln.-MIss ; '
prominent ,
citizens Nobel 'McLendon.
t' .. Sheriff Logan ,and named: who protested against his Polk order county for situation as It now stands 'is very Frenclu -Miss ,Lacile BesL ; = Sj O.:S. call for first .aid to the i;

ffi""' Langford., formerly in theemploy the :removal of'Sheriff Logan and encouraging,,'however*and when the Science_Miss Belle Cooper. strneted! by Miss"i 'Helen::;'Baas;i nsw-city park Was;sent out last w elcwhleb'Ukel't

;:, of the Prairie Pebbl. 'company asked the1' governorto I t'neon.idel'. doors openSeptember, 8th the full Hirtory*-MUses. McLendon .and hat been taking' a/special/ course: .at appealed' to,the 'women'
,:. and 6ne time marshal of ),[ul- corps of teachers' : : ;" i1'.1
The wilLJprobably bepresent Beat.- "
.berry. but'now'living' in'Lakeland" offsetthose governor, asked'for affidavits to s, ; /. ; EDI'Ua1s.-lIfa.'lAltn.r.' ''!Hendersonville?, N C, .this summer, of'the"eit.': ; ; ;; -, .
where he la .- selling.Moore Hagen striker submittedby.' Which v;charged the phosphate the A newschedalel: his been- arranged Grammar'School. . They;'music"department will. be pre*> The J; plot ''which' Is' being' beaotffied

.', '. lands, as sheriff of Folk ,.county; .In sheriff with being partial to the mine this fall to meet the boon' indicated: Eighth '.Grade.-CMrs. F.< C. Bryan ded ,o..erf by MUs.'Myrtllla )'F. Beal, 11 one,:. of--
/' Tb.rgovpemer'sitd m operators;_ She, committee did ,not sloon the'clock and the morning' ses and Mis Cleo\ Wooldridge. ; whose work; In the Kuaimmee! schools straagertfatopping., In;, KlsaimmeW J
" Worth Trammel have these 'ready i but, prevailed on I will'' open at 10:00 o'clocand errenth Grade.-Misa Claude Morlatermedlatt'Departweat 'during the past I 1'I&ra" la I too' wen and if for no other. rpasoa; should be
tbec1ty'early; today. close at 12:80 without known to need ,
They the .governor to allow'-lhem to 'tile .Intermission. rison- mention. Mss! Bes ,
freame'to ral conferences hire with the affidavit".. ,soon/ a*' they could The 'afternoon ''session 'will open.t .' hope to be able to open that; department . nude aaattractlvs; as possible How-ff ..' :
l who 'had filed" affidavits be 'prepared. :The-. governor t aaid he 1:80 and close at 4:", with a fifteen' Sixth Grade,-Miss Virginia Tiller. in;,October:. ',' ever the'funds fof-:thlapnrpoae.aretdecidedly :; .;

':': his against i Logan; who la : now earring would take them Into-jconalderatton minute 'recess beginning at 8:00 Fifth' Grade Mrs..'r.' C. Edward. I ;.A large majority, of th... teachers limited\: and the beat reultcan. .<
term of sheriff., : if received .to o'clock.; It thought this wQl accommodate1 Mra I J. W. TrammelL.. -' bate been with .
the connected
I.: those prior .time the newappointee the school only: be .obtalnM'bi the eo-op-%
present was B. B.aLovsttr thegreatest. number of Fourth '
Grada Mis here for
. qualified.u Cecelia Overstreet -year: Those 'who are com eratlon '
\; of Tampa head of' the ;state. Formal notice of,his"removal".probably pa() I.. ', *, : Mia' Loul.'Thomsson. lag lIen forher first time' have ,the of tJae'peopIe, who araVnskedTto'contribute 'I.
" federation of labor'Th.goyereor / Tfle annual entrance ,examinations Third Grade -Mi ) shrubs and plantar. >./ '
""- will roach Sheriff Logan Tuea- ** 'Mary Bryan, hliIse.t' recommendations: from the !
'called! the oparaton win be held at the high school building Mia .There .han boon vcontribntiona-) 0 l t
. eta,. .He 'will, holdi of flee, until ;, onth.'t.i.phouse I other. on Thursday and enough to this to row.' : q i ,
among' talk- by legal process. It ia aid., Friday of next Primary Mparmen ,-JI1q llama education and from the field of their eacse plant a .
4." Injr. with C. 0. Martin, of'Mulberry, The governor"'and Assistant Attorney week and Prof, Fillers aaya! It to ma YowelL Supt. *. former .labors. .'Mia 'MeLandon, of of besutttol'palml and It la the in* ;r .

"; and asked them to In, and Imperative that s.e- tentlon of ttiia"committee ''who have
come see General -Tramnsalli pupils wishing to Grade, -Mta: Ifadora Eas- .Orange Park la a graduate of Flor ::
I returned //to
t'hJant'teUbr'C,. th.m-he was considering Tallahassee tonight. : take advantage 'of theM examina sell Mrs; Iris Oliver ficbnck. ida State. State Collins :for' W the park In .charge, to,build fc .low
WIt dlamtesal of. 1.0...... dons should &' ,.' ) omen ran about the Lumber for thlat
t I ; I" present that time. Flret' "Cr r1e-Mil* Elon. ", me:., at Tallahassee; Miss Baal graduated plot 's\
;: Vyon think-t yourself' .he oqM 1 According to custom 'all the Mia purpose baa been bought and ,wiltaoonbe'In
.. tS.1IALL'/.EKTDTAIfII pupilsof Edna 'JBcbwelkart. ._ irons Shorter.
,. at'
,, '' be .. .. I. College Bc aae-GL; '' .- '
to' A..eU. the .
he naked 7- schools place. :
t. Martin. '' ,
are requested to pe on A;numbs'' of the.appointments Mr*. Schnck. who willteach:,in <
:: s 'Itortta-fanswer, .14_ ;L.aUjt.t! *.>aT> FOR MISajNELLtt:COOPER hand Saturday o'clock. aro, chan**., 'The Sixth ofthen lower" grades. la the The' .ground has been. pot*'
, S- : II ? o'!'"-- r....,.._.' ." -.; 'v:Mra." E-X'San: entertained 'a'few and to. take their,Hlta.,, .,Then they and Seventh: grade*, for Instance. .It home schools: ; and ,baa ba*five shape. It has been ABed m'aaifthar' '
... will ... last '
: i' I-o"dua thy of .
f.L. ; ;aftern00n.tiNoorda : friende aasigned to toelr.TOom' forthe .la probable that three teachers the,lit. growth grass iwaa ceDtll'nm".el'
.Frida 0J0u4 schools
? ;UT was J evening ,In honor of coming-term may \ and.the .Hd"atep will., be
,, making oa the.,iormalf Miss-Nellie ; the lessons for be employed teach the aizth radeand. asexpdmaryi teacher. "- ,
'U Cooper..WAo.baa
: .
' of.. recently the -of '' '
; opening and theplanUn ornamental ahntb t
. JIa day tbelatof books :
:1 .t ; moved here, wi ta'Mn: only-one In:-the-email aeventh, The natron i' of.tbeschools /nay ;
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.,. ';: . }:I ;'fioi.; ;.r.l. rnor.y required ; 1 thee detail will and-plaats.AayaaedeeMag'to' con* a ; "
and Mr Cranford be worked out later. .
..' F.. D. ' I I A i f el.blgMyErstlfled at.the result of tribute these plant should oommnnU .
:Tjnpa. 'Fla.'Angt E6..G.v. meetlnjir'of fscoltybar been The department'" tb
Mra. .Ballrefreahad, :her (neat* appointed for 9:90 expression the'persistent .efforte .of ,both 8n pt. cate whh'' Mia*. Jea.. Caldwell whoring '
. Catty lwbJW\ Lanlsad'today on morning which
,;: .. re.;.with"'fruit k punch,., wafern'aad ,nnta. that theteachers.mayhave accomplished such laudableFesnltalut Yowell and .Prof. Filler In sate will have full-charge of the .' 1"

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I According! to advices 'from New S...' Wesley Barber ,'..10' W. Barber' .Advertising -- -
York -where Agency' Boston H.. IL Ter tM year* OOUJ' MUDAt. HaarlemOtl auie* are"th* remedy T", seed...'Taketo ,
headquarter will be !o- ; baa /enabled .ufrertnbumanlty towlth.taod ?.. or font every dajr. The .leaLl
.. 'cated Jefferson Thomas of Jacksonville : Charles. Charles Advertising Service, / attack. ,, of kldn.l'. liver.Madder oil soak into the ..U. and lining eta
r New York; W. R.' McLean, McLean. aad elomach trouble and alld1.aa.M the kidneys and drive out the p vN.w
has been elected as on*' of the Hadden-Simper Philadelphia loonneetad.with the vrlaaryortcana life and health wm purely foUewv
and to band and reator t* When your normal Vigor baa been reatored +
dT directors of the Advertising Agencies : William JI.Rankin?. William; H, health. orraaa''' weakened UP by 41...... continue i tre Lae..t teeYa wblle' '
Corporation, formed'by the 118 leading Rankin Company-Chicago. \ n... moet Important ore-aa mail be to keep yourself ''Ia .41t10"/ aDel. ,pr0+ tA,
agencies of////the United State for 1 New of. the choice of Jackson watched because tber .alter aad purify vent a .return of the 4..... '
tf the. Mood; walea* tbef, da their work Do." walt unlit you are tneapbbleeg ,
: co-operative handling' of government' vill most prominent edvertislng you doomed.WerlneM. IIPtI. nMrt .taklef QOW MEDAL
''advertising: specialist for' the responsible post. leeBleeaaea, ..........*... Haarl.m Oil Capeul. todLy. Year drags, '
n'' Mixed Summer Foods The Cause I The president of the newly-organ tion to which he has been elected will aeapoad.Bpy. i backache, sadlowef 1.t will ellleertuU r.fuad your moaeV,
bed institution i I. William H. John, be welcomed by his friend her. Mr. ble p aJa. I. the loin ab.crarel. If 7ya,, > not eatl.8ed wltb' r..ulte
em.a. dlBloultr whea urtnat- But be cure to ret the orlrlnal 1. Import-
OF Much IndigestionSUMMER .I president of the American Association Thomas' previous experience fits him sat, rbearaatlwq _I.U_ and lumbaeTOro .d OOU MEDAL and aoeeprae lab.gsu .< )
of Advertising' Agencies head of for the three Sealed ..... yM
admirably work with which wara yea of trouble wltb your It Id.OOLb .
: day are day of eareleat Jmn,. kitchen too hot for the George Batten Company of New he will be associated in the new con. e01a.,,. I MEDAL.. Haarlem, ,Oil C.. drue; !Oorea

? cold lunches at the home of friends, open-air picnics," York and during' the war chairmanof .nectlon. Hi agency, .the Thomas ........................, ............. ........ ...... ...1.
the division of advertising" the
Advertising Service, was one of the
with the result that f family i is down with indigestion.
t \ many a, committee'on public' 'information. even to which' was entrusted the I
cit.,;. . bow.l. '* sw b bawd was wiitoa.start Iw Dr. CaJcI-D Paul E. Faust of Mallory,' Mitchell & $1,000.000 advertising' campaign of . . .. . . . .. ..... . ... . .. . . . . .. . .... .

?1 L b* ..... doat ol a food birtf .., over 30 yews -. IKMM I.a co........ Fault, Chicago, 'i*\ "vice' president.-the "United. States railroad,, administration. .
kto Dr. CaldweU's Syrup Pep:.. t sop.. .bxattr* Labs .ala pep:. Other officer are Harry Dwight' ." '
. The pal virbr/blo yew dinky eating that tress la* to do j Smith, of Fuller A Smith' Cleveland i The first advertising. to'' be handled
MC* wan* food It b BMT ...1y risk. work BahBally so tint. ..nrlirinMiliumliiil secretary, and Walter ti. Hine, of; for government activities by the Advertising -
''w'' tea .*.!: .be digs' .J with. Over 6 Frank i Seaman, Inc.. New. York: ,'' Agencies Corporation will '
.. & A botOe of Snap Peps eM''k* .. IIia beeJe. 01 Syrup Pep. an eoIdLouPe treasurer. be devoted to the recruiting< of men FLOYD
drug lor SOc I* y y**., Thai b ieeem- The board of director, a* announced for the navy department* will R. S.
', I It .d... m-.d.koa i. fadi.wad in addition .to Mr Thomas, be begun in about month and con.
: 7 CMbcjivnto If L.r..ver.rd 3ymq P.phi, includes the ,following:' well known tinued for several week Daily news-
get -t..t.. : : *"**< -\ yes your addrat lot a he. lnj koala advertising agency- men: M. P. Gould, Apen -and country' weeklies are the
...e. -MM* .Jd wd wuUr ilk, lo Dr. W. B. C.Idw.fl 400 Whbg- M. P. Gould Company New York) i medium that will be chiefly used.
nforaml.. OB wI cIa Syngf Pep+. tea S .; Moob Uo, I1L W. C. D'Arey, D'Arcy Advertising' Later other departments expect. '
Company St. Lout; Stanley Kesor, ed to place their need before the -

'S'r. J. Walter Thompson Company, New American people ,by direct appeal,
'S .Li1 Pen sin York; Bayard W. Barton Critchfleld following the recent successful experiments Groceries 'andFresh -
% r.. YvI: A Co., Chicago; O. M. Blackman of the war department ,

: ,.P efri ct' ..(gxat/5; Blackman-Ross l Company>_> ,_ New York;:._and_the _railroad. _! _administration.. ,""vft!.. f:7; .

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,, COURSES In Liberal Art and ScUnce --
UNIVERSITY .> LAW; Agriculture; Education: Walt Mason, one of the bet be- S S

1// nserlnK. Mechanical(Chemical). CIvlJ, Electrical loved poets,' has been converted ,by led by their behavior, whereas 'the . --- --. ... ,_. ..
Frvmvdlcal Conr.ei and. Graduate the Salvation Army worker Jn, Loa :
Studies; Unlreraltr From Extension.ATTBNDANCBi 81 Florida. counties Angeles, California. Mason, ''who i I. men chances who are went"out over of and luck"took-all.that's the \ : Phone 176 302 Broadway

OF and 11 .tat*.. 1S1 student. Including a genius, has tramped every sectionof what hurts.
I, army and summer achaola the country. He has been friendly -I This is the testimony of innumerable -
;RATKn by the War Department one
with the Salvation Army for .
of the twelre."DISTINGUISHED. <- soldiers and sailors who have
COLLEGES" long while but recently Corps No. been released in the last few weeks 1.

1 I FLORIDAFLORIDA'S I In the United States.- .. 1, of Lo Angeles, was engaged in from the service of the United . . . .. ..../t.. . . ..
B1XPK1VSE! ) LOW. Next season begin street services as Mason passed by States. They don't expect jobs to be -
September Una. Write for catalogand and the call of the Army drum was made for them where there are none,
s Book of View too nuch for him, and he became
but to find that they are being' overlooked -j
A. A. MURPHREE, LL.D., President: 84-6t Gaiaerille, Florida converted. Brigadier Boyd of Los in favor of the men who rtay- I
Angel ies, is loud in his praise for,ed back home makes them curl their ROLLINS COLLEGE
Walt Mason.In 'lips and swear under their breath.
( his characteristic style. Mason The Governors of the principal 55 (LAKE VIRGINIA) "
GREAT HOME DAILY correspondents everywhere, and buys wrote the following poem about his States and the Mayors of the principal ,
{ more-expensive-features'f orbits readers conversionby- the Sal"atlon.Armyt" :l cities (- themselves to' GEORGE MORGAN WARD, D. D., LL.D.
Reader of the Tampa Daily Time than any other Florida dally No "One night' while walking down help_New York Herald. President
get more for their money than the home in South Florida is complete the street, my mind on pleasure bentI .
reader .of any other Florida daily. without The Times. Only $6 a year, sought the pleasures of the Subscribe for the .. men Val-I Oldest CoDej in Florida. later-Deaomiaatioaal
i:, This great daily, which i* among the $1.60 for three months. Sent free on world" buy my soul was not contentI -
1 fastest growing' newspapers of the two weeks' trial to those genuinely saw the bright lights of the theater AIM-
_ South I I. fearless, aggressive and in- interested. ; they beckoned me to come, as' Former Sheriff Admits
tere.t!nl''. For nearly a generation J did the music and the song' in the To provide a liberal education a generous' culture, a thorough -
it has constantly fought for the place where they sold] rum. I stepped training of the physiclaf. intellectual and spiritual
rights of the people, Its new. service 666 has proven it will cure Malaria into a pool hall and found a Vacant nature.
Has Hundredslaieresb'nf
,F 'is unsurpassed It receives both ,'Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever, chair and thought that would He Killed 55 OFFERS
I th* DAY wire report Cold. and LaGrippe. It kill the rest bit and drive dull d.
of the AssociatedeaPress in full parasite that causes the fever. 'It I.a..plendld i I. but a. mind it still persisted away in turning care; i Four-year course leading to A. B. degree. Pre-professional S

is a full member' _the.NewspaperEnterprise laxative and general Tonic.Adv. my memory sod, reminding me of- Statement Maa Wao courses la Agriculture' Medicine,. Engineering', Law and

Association, has its own .) the time when I was' winning souls Has Tested Medera aid Effective Theology. .
""\ for God. I couldn't find that rest Method of Destnsctioa. Special department*: Music, Commerce, Home Economics,
and peace-.satisfaction would not I Normal Fine and Applied Art and Academy.

come-when suddenly I heard the Formerly a sheriff of his native
/ sound of the good old Army drum. county, a man now living in SouthGeoria Roster of Lecturer for 1919-20 include a large' numberof
onANi es / It's voice it called me closer, and I declares that on numerous authors, scientists, artists, and professional men of na
found an open-air,. and once more I occasions he has killed mosquitoes tional prominence. ..
,1 / Q could see myself kneeling in prayer. by the hundreds in his home merelyby
I sit*... ,. For I have been a soldier, and know spraying Torment into the air. Naval Unit with Instruction for ten rating .
I / I. the Saviour' smile, but now ,1 ,wasa Torment kills mosquitoes instantly, I
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1 '.. v.f. : deserter.a inner weak and vile. even while they are on the wing.' It
.... ," .. But in spite -of all my I has no offensive odor, does not stain Strong athletic!. .program including' aquatics. Expense.
: ; ;, ;.In '.,: went to the hall that meannes.i intentions' clothing nor furniture and 1* harmless moderate.

.' were I meant to do to'human being Keep your
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I "\ the rifrht.But .a deserter i* a coward home >clear ,of the malaria-carrying' ,Thirty-fifth year begin. 22' September, 1919.*
-, j l. M t' ( I< .1"1 ;{, ;: :< :' : -always ready with some excuse mosquito, and youwill be healthierand ".,
1'tv'. .. That It IsCitrus Worth ?; -- "perhaps 'careless person, ,and happier. Torment admitted tobe. : ;v.
;, *;..( k,:,;. \ '' .", \4''', : t">,<>''I wonders, What' th..u.eT. But the; \ the greatest insecticide ever dis For/,catalog. and other information addres ',,w'.; ,', ,:
) : 'J : itFoirYour 1 ; .Crop'ak t ?';_ , prayer of God'. faithful people) wonmy covered. It annihilates flies as well ", ' ,THE SECRETARY ROLLINS COLLEGE"Winter ":' : ;i , +
x; . 1 hard and stony heart, and at the a. mosquitoes., A bottle of Torment '. .
,". to : t front "that night Ik made"- another including spray; : 25c, ;,at ''.your Park Florida.
**'". jgf.: 'Gettinglfull value for the start. And today-pral.e God-I'm' gist's. Manufactured by the drug-I : 55 ,
? : grapei fighting;; Jesus took me back and William Company. Qultman. G .

;::> fruit;oranges; etc., grown by its J now once more I'm travelling' in the -- --- -- -= -
good old .
.8 Il',' 't'ri.:? ,members is the'purpose for which . '" Calvary. track. -, ':31 .-of .

: :'**.}ff ,,theFIoridaCitricExcliaugeexist.. '"RIDINGTHE NEWSPAPERS. .

2 -* \ During the war. the' newspaper.*-;of (' ' liP ,. .

T--= :,'--.!!. Thoimethodsvin-uso5byrthe.Ex--.T.! , ',,-'--"" and America helped gave'materially freely ,of to'their.create'spac;:a P. ..7 alnt I I., IIsttr- 'n.e.e' i', ;

'I; *: change acquaint 'consumers with sentiment;, in this country'. that,-won { .
4 r the war.quickly., None of the great ; 4 1
| the teal worth of"the citrus fruits ; "drives"-that went to', successful .1' .
fv. .";.<\*, : : 'J r conclusion '
.' * :r f'a: w": ,that arc sold under the Sealdsweetft without ':' .. .
? .. : :. publicity. The; head' of j all "
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;;( 1 3"trademark.. "' i 'r'' department of the. Government hre 'S e / '. '$' ,Destruction'of' ,your. property'by' fire. is remote ? '
\ / \ : : out ; in ;'.
.S'-S-' 1' '.,: ..;;'-- J A f" f tif .,,,. .' ..' the'',great statements thing that to the:were effect accom that. ,,t'' 't'r.. : r... , .r{ ? destruction: b.r.d and.. neglect;.'is certain '

*$ 'IN: Dealers M' lished would have been .impossible ",.i' " ''' ',' ,!':" w. .. . "
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are so fairly treated that : : : : : "
..... .You carrying'fire insurance which
I without the willing' co-operationand \ ,' . . '., are' ; protects! .
r/ ". "V 5' rthey;. gladly' 'cchoperate' in" ;'rtho. ;( '', .,.'t, \.( :.. liberal donations ,of apace' -by' the ...,: I ;r ", \i. '. you,"'againstf, ;J possible. ,*loss' but :does"," {lotrprey 5 ,
'"" .Iit. press. : ... < JI. ''j.T
r 'I! '. effective: dutnbution and : '' ,fire-: *. '
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Sine ttie'
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t .. : ;r ;;> war the' Evening Record /I.r i ':- : .... l' ,
: fwd 1 prices of the' fruit. *? ', ; for'; one her abut Mown, on this 'free; *" affords 'S-
; i Paint positive' protection and
e H . ; space All -we.have, to nil 1* adver- . si >", i insures --you
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\ ti"1 by [the F1orid& Citrus Exchange!', Using and the paper Itself;the price '!; f. g',I' ;: ij i' aga decay' and.deterioration1- the'elements; be-'

'S ? .. f'i ..' I 'I.'. members. '* of the latter bein, far less.,than the Srilie. i ,? sides increases the ,value'of i your ;,property and adds
for .' .
I its < ? ; (" > actual .cost' of production.; ,. ., to'' its appearance. ,
The<. Government has fullyrecogjnlzed : ". 55 .
J Y P.clrihave.the.bcnefit'of'theao' *. the 'value of advertising, that the' Surfacey -
; : .
l r publicity i i. essential to\progress and . ,

'. factors in ,the: marketing,of "your ( that'' porpagand*. and, printer .'ink I 'PhL

,. :.,':''V r : "'fruit: ', provided ,'will .}join the" .. hands.are, '!.dea rIf 1ie.t weapon" '. in' .Its. ,.and youSaveM": 'I' I t'

." .". rp newspaper in America \ "!'
; Exchange For further'psmcu-, will
'i8- put Its foot down on free space .
I, Hl '( '' lars '.. to '.how,:whet ,and, when ',. '*.._ for the Government., it, will not be :i,
Ij long, before Congres .will I .. 1/.: .
....)t ;, approp ; '. I' .. .
F'.' . A'UfTyoii', can'become embef"i": "" riate''for'' because I -1/' .
a. -.. ,;; ,, .. 'a Ul' ... advertising, Uncle w r .
.. ;:.:,"' '." .'. J *. .J'' .'1 Sam need publiicty in I his business. ; ', : ,For,every surface that ,'needs to be painted,,varnished
.,." ....- ." s ..-. !PPIY'to ", :! .t'" 1a'FloridaCitrus He has. to: have' it, and he ' .- !. :: "....... .. . . "- .,"od'-stairtedirou'll find a Pee Gee-Paint .
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0(. ,. \ 1"" .(, ;", .,-,< '". I"c.d; way., ; 'getitany.other. .t,1 .: ,," ::, : :< ;' ",v !"j . \ will give! you lasting satisfaction at lowest c 8t. Half a

;'{!P" I" > ' '' I : .','".1 iJ.'P '. Durinr the" "war't; the \Ggvernment r ." _*'.\\7 r- !M.:;.. ;;.r ,; ,L .",' century:;,of reputation for highest.riuality! ia behind the
IJ'.f .;' . Exchange 'r: increased our.postal rate, put us un; . ."" \.' ,, ,.' ,4 ,,-" ".-',' ,,"'!;.;. Pee_ Gee, .Trademark.. ,
'fly ... . .. ,'J>t , -.j .. .r J ,," !'. der a. Jltrlet'ten.or.hlpand; otherwise , . I",V1 t;.,.." ,...i"'f"f"' "" ""I I, ', ' "' .... .' . /,
::I"'J'. \ (P ,,J.I'I.OIIPJ; ," :" ,pampered the press,with.unfair han ,- ;:, .",0: *:. ...' .:.::-.J, Aak .'.. for FRKB> Palsit Book: ."n"_ '" on; *,Bois. to FrdM. .. pthiil.a", ..., r
t:,, \ I"'j,. '//1,'. t '- :L..,A. 'HAtES : X- ; I dicaps; but;we bore. it--all without a ., .<. VV',_ ; l'II.* ,' dot. .Color. 'Card. ., or. write direct "to. - .- d '
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r ''It' ,,; . murmur and continued I' : r i' 5
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u r 'Ona, ;a.Coatyl5troi Sab- .. .., 5'>: I ,timn upon column to 'win 'th .j, ' '. 'Peas1ee.GaulbertIqn .
; 'help ; :
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P' Uncle Sam 'told lb. .
1'1'-'' -- II"U: then where .
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t."j ;<". I t.i Orl do FT ." r. him where to detrain ' .- 4" ;1\\ l
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!"I' tA- D4'trlbntop'tq Pee'Gee Paint
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being I down ,
1.. . ;V"V 5 .. 5 f. in favor of a: man ,who mad no aac. Purpose \
(< riflces i to'help win the,, great world

I'," ,.. :, warj Feeling, that'"the men,who, stays
;t, .:ed ho'Oe: ,and played 'safe art benefit- t

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4, : 'lot'I I :N.w York. Aug.:.'-JUvelation" : T ought tok. owM'lie'contnued. ; .,, I"r 5'- ;{f ...

4 extensive German plots in Mexico Mexico. was not 'neutral during the S "fI

HMCroodnlgftt during the war 'which Included. a war but an enemy, active to the extent +1 1I
. proposed invasion of the' United of its, limited. capacity ", v .* J +
States by a German-Mexican army Mexico gave ;no> fewer thai, eighty
'of 45,000,, men at the same time that German .office *' commissions In the ,
the'' German, launched (heir last Mexican army andassigned them to ,
a 'art'It'drlvn und braiuiful them .,w"..y.11a to suy.Uk.: a?Jru pin' drive on the, western front 'In July, train, troops for service agslnst;the

to.... Ouinntwd to kelp them off. 1918, was made> here ,tonight by the United !States.! German .uniforms* ..
you KOMT taok If It JoWU ,Will National Association for the.; -Protection were Vorn so commonly in Mexico <
'lot uln the Dnrat linen. .A.' ZOo of 'American Rights in Mexi- :..that. even the local Mexican papers
kattte win iMt ."*, montlu't; AIM"l which: out statement today { ,.
p co,- ..v. complained about it.. .Moreoverby 's't' b ea .oomiB nd.* ;nlux.ulnn. ,.&to.niH.. rmchM; ;JmoUu, Ilo*. the United States military intelll-'I telegraphwires were thrown open to Y''AMELS'exp rt'bJend'of choke i4 1

genes department reciting his u. (German code messages./ personal Turkish and. Choice Domestictobaccos ,
perience as an American secret'"". ,ily 1 carried orders from Carransa to
'The'elltve. 'Co. ? ice agent in that country. Governor Callea to permit the spy 'answers everp'cigarette' .'

Montgomery, Ala, Dr.' Altendorff the son of a Polishbanker '''WabrUkl' to send coda messages J desire'you ever had!>Camels! give w
Jj : in Austrian Poland, ---
, freely. '
The M.-.utta c:......'' abandoned medical course in the I'I. Prominent Mexican 'officials'are iuchUniversaldelfghtsuchunusual t"x '
Unlvenlty'of' Vienna at the outbreakof '!!.allejc 4 >..>,.pr....Altendorff', ;to bay enjoyment and, satisfaction youll \'
the war and fled to Mexico'wherebe been on the .payroll of.' the German call them ,
German,, a cigarette revelation| :
was employed as spy I embassy n. said "Mario Mendel, '
to operate against .the,United States ,director of' telegraphs, received a a_ !
DR. BUCKMASTER t w 1J.a 'ter If. you'd like a cigarette .that doeVnot .
by Kurt Jahnke head of the German salary of $600 a' months, from Von w, '....
secret service 'in Mexico.: I II. I Eckhardt. His brother, a senator $ t leave any unpleasant dgaretty .* j.

I I. "With pretended reluctance, but with influence received the' samesal ' F'5 o "1 aftertaste or 'unpleasant., J
secret joy,' I accepted he .ld.1 third .dgaretty /<
with ary.- 'A brother who, held a S'u M' ,'
KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOFATH an at once found myself In a posi-j'position In 'the post',office also received odor, 'smoke Camelsl! If'1'you
tion to render valuable service to the j $600 a* month''.for opening:and hunger for a rich;mellow-mild : .-
allies in general and to the' j reading:' private letters and passing: '
States, in particular." .. United I I the1, information along! :',to the .Germans 'cigarette that has all that desirable'cigarette "" ..
He opened communication ." -
'i ..' s border as 'a volunteer: worker to the]I I Dr. Altendorff'' states that he, personally , ,I,, 18. cents a' package Camels: "bodyll; you getn-' ....,
some quickly I' I'
STATE BANK BUILDING! p; military intelligence. _department, he, late November, 1817'. car. .. as you can : ",
claims'hnd was later sworn in sea rind request from Governor Callei; .
Phone No. 162 I member of the "military .intelligence of Sonora, to Rademacher the German I' : expert blend makes all this ,'

department.. .,I consul at Guaymas. for$150- C. ./.are cold ewi7*>Are la.el.ndMe. ,delightful.quality possible. Your r 4&
The association states that'it' has 000 saw, the money put In''' a bag: ,fUy _led paeAafe ., 30 oig_"..t or: personal test will prove that Camel .
investigated his claims ,and < 'that'Brie.Gen. 'and carried the bag' accompanied by ... paoIcqloo oi,_"..) I. pa... l s
. Marlborough Churchill Rademacher, to Cafles., too-pap.r-oovartf oart_. w. utroagly ', Cigarettes, are the:.only'cigarettes. . ,i '

the head of the military' Intelligence j.i Continuing: .the' statement :says i 'rooommam* (Us curfonor Ae Aa e_or........._. .. .you -ever smoked thatjust seenv .- -..... j''rsalap. *. ,
department_ "spoke. in.-terms.rof-.the I"- ""c.naaIPCapltal'GDarteed'-: .1l -.., 7;or .,...roc ".-to.' .
1 T -- highest praise of the seal and trustworthiness "I was', able. discover ,that" Von . made to meet your taste 1 "You will'_ I
of Dr. Altendorff and the Eckhardt has guaranteed to Carranza R.'J.REYNOLDS,TORA000 COMPANY prefer .them'' to either 'kind "of, to-

f ered-great' value of the Mexico an abundance into of.industrial c.plt.10'' turn ..:-....: .."'."" .:C. ,, 'J i! '. bacco smoked straight I ICompare..Camels
l.n country. "
', ...'( .,4 i .In '''addition to explaining his 'activities ;In '
fact Von Eckhardt went i to Ger- '""' ',
E. S. HOffMAN, M. D. in Mexico Dr. Altendorff' many last April for the express purpose t' for quality arid; A
; warns the people of the United of .financing German corporations ".' .,, satisfaction with any''. cigarette in
OCULIST AND OPTICIAN States against i proposed';German ; and perfecting other ; I'
arrangements the world at ;.any"price i I'
,Eye. Examined by a Regnlar' Reg national ,conquest i in Mexico.', t : for' building: ,great chemical. . ,
istered Physician. I Economic Control for Germany ::plants textile factories, tanneriesand 1
Glasses Fitted. I I ,"Four months k.after the United I all I .other industries necessary to t

Broken Lena Duplicated. States, ratifies the, treaty' of peace," :make Mexico independent of the United .
l 28 W. Church St. Orlando Fla. be said ,"Germany will have ..complete : States and Europe. .
/ economic control of Mexico., "As soon .as the treaty is ratified
Within a very few years if they are there will be hegira of a quarterof
permitted to carry cut. the plans,' a- million Germans from- the rUnlt-
'-a.'F. KRIBBSA.AKERMAN they have formulated and are now.iStatea who, wilU take with themto
W. J. ST, KDKRIBBS executing as rapidly as they win Mexico four hundred- million dol. W-
AKERMAN AND STEED the Germans will have absolute economic lars' capital, There are already -150-
,. political and military controlof 000 Germans in Mexico and German
... ..
j ACt. r e. C.I. M Law.
Latin-America, with headquartersin immigration on a large scale will y
Jtleslr.ea, n.rt. ,
-- --.---- -- .
Mexico. soon turn the country into a German --- ,
6e.eral .... .._ I. all State ... VBlt 4j t Referring to the proposed invasion ;,|colony. '

States C..rta. of the- United States Dr. Altendorff j I "TI e".ctivityof'C.rranza in driving You Do More I /
1.1' Work
.5'w. sets forth that in his I dual capacity t'I Americans' and confiscating/ x :l .
B. CRAWFORD 'as -a captain in the German army{their explained by .the You are more ambitious and you Jet more I -
thatGermans enjoyment out of everything when "
and a colonel in the Mexican army, fact with plenty ofmoney your
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW he helped train 900 German reservists stand ready to pick up the blood /is in good condition., Impurities In I '

; Offices: 8', 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizens in Sonora, who were to form property at bargain rates the the blood system have'* causing very,weakness depressing. .effect Iszlness.on IGL -
L.lie .
the nucleus of the proposed German: J full significance of this and sickness. '
nervousness ,
Bank Building \ Mexican army and that In his true becomes apparent, when I tell 'you GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC '
Kissimmee, : \: ': : Florida character as an' American j secret further that part of the German restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying
service he prevented the raid scheme for
agent 'provides great ammunition
and Enriching: the Blood. When you feel . -
from being carried'out. plants in Mexico which' will Its strengthening. Invigorating fleet, see 'f _'
DR. R. J. DENNING I "This ambitious scheme.he make it '
says unnecessary' for Mexico to bow It brings color to the cheeks and bow
t DENTIST. "was financed by Von Eckhardt I import war materials in the future. It improves the appetite.' you will then .

Successor to Dr. W W.--Carson. "{(German ambassador to Mexico) and+I The treaty of peace restricts the appreciate Its true tonic value.GROVE'S ., I c :apackage'! ,
was undertaken with the cooperation {manufacture of munitions of ,war, .TASTELESS Chill ''TONICII .
Over .th&Postofflc.. of Carranza. Dr. Altendorff but it does not say anything about ,, 5
OFFICE HOURS to JJIO.: 1JO to I. his 'experiences in Mexico'Germans not-a 'patent medicine.' It Is simply! .
: relating manufacturing' as large before the _
IRON and QUININC suspended In Syrup war :
S Of flee/Phone'/ 158. said in part! ,, ,- ,- quantities as they please in Mexico. So pleasant even children like It The .. ,- ... ,
I delivered -into the hands of the"Thus there is .
{ t no practical'difficplty, blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRONto >i'_' '." I .
American authorities the In '
military the 'way of Germany plansfor '
Enrich It. These reliable> tonic properties .
'' LEWISO'B.TAN German agent Lathar Witcke. alias the next war."German .' never' fall to drive out Impurities In .; ,
,. (Pablo' Wabriskff the most important agents are '.cti..-,everywhere the blood ,
1 individual character of the war'so in Latin-America and the C'8 A.
"of 'package
1 The Strength-Creating Power GROVE'S
'f f : , ,
tar 'as America was concerned." ..WabrUkl newspapers have'told us there 'Li. to TASTELESS'',Chill TONIC has mad. It . 5 .. ,. '
'Waling boasted that he had blown up be extensive German Immigration to '. ,,'" ,
BuUdlng,, the favorite tonic In thousands of homes. ,.
I several -munition, plants, and stores I that part of the world in the near More than thlrty-flve years ago folks ,,'". '..",, '' _. I ) during theca wa r ,,, ,
I 1 of explosives, including the Black ,future. The ....u1t..of the war did would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S ,p"',", ?, t"
via* JefeastoaaP., OanreM 1I(Tom explosion In'New York;; blew not end the German dream' of world TASTELESS Chill 'TONIC when, a o 'k- .
; 'ft :' up' some ships and caused disas'terous conquest;, it merely,delayed. It.DRESSMAKER member of their family had Malaria or .y
;"'JO lNSTON GARRET fires in the. forests of the ..Pacific needed a body-building. strengthgivingtonic. I

., ..ATTORNET-'AT-LAW" northwest '''Wabrlskf ',was on 'GIVES The.formula Is just the same today : '
Lt- OA1eu".10x11 and Baal'.his way to the. United States byway., ADVICE.' .1 and yon can" get It from any drug package. ::11
,tl "f : Building, vt ; 01< I of J4ogales, "Ari 4; ''on. another mission underwent a "surgical' operation'for'gall store.60o per bottle.- 5 '- . .
; :
1 JItJ..IDIII... ruir: of murderwhen captured by me. ; atones"5years" : ago war in' '? '... ":,,1:;
On his*person ,was found 'a' copy 'of the hospital '4 'weeks.. For 1 yea*' I ,1100 pounds and '.sell for''15 'cents and \ .. . .N".O'W' ,
'0 '.' the German imperial ,code?, and this felt i better, but then',my old symptoms bring $116.,The Florida steer, . , : oj' / r ,
is .said 1 tobe; the first time:the code after r ...
and pains returned, and I.have:net.the feeders the moat money ;
.c.m. Into-the possession of-the ;American suffered ever since. Four'.weeksagoon /all;'but'even then,,1)should-the cattleman ..... .. _ .. _.. .... ,'.I..o-:( ; .

: : government, 'Wabriski was the advice of a lady'I.tried Mayr's, ) ,In Florida',i be satiafiedtHe certainly . '.' v .\b'-: '; .
:'PDBs J j F court-martialed, and from the fact Wonderful !Jlemedy and now,feel likea should note;for he :cAn .;just aswell .. ?j
'it FQMER that his case is befo... ::the president, new woman 'I have anumber-" of have W 'steer, weighing a' thousand THE .ftAUOR LASTSS, :: ; b

for'T.vlew. is believed to h .ellbeen<\ friends who suffer as I did and I am pounds at.the same age and on ., .....
sentenced to death, the only German advising to try this valuable ,medlcine =. P..ctfcaU7c.the' pasturage and ' ;t'
'' spy .to receive such a sentence In the -" It is a simple"harmless-prep. -(feed. if the right kind of,blood Is introduced ? 4 S0 DOES) THE, PRCE( iw4A i '" n wod14t
\ .SELLS .United States: aration that remove the ; 1 catarrhal' in hU herd. > : (, .

I ."I only betrayed fifty-eight. other mucus from''' the Intestinal tracts] and (Of, the thousands of , . to' v u,+ '. ;4. .
and, ,German ,agents and thus enabled the allays the inflammation which causes int Florida ,during"the ;war, not 'J' ,, i, :: '- -";'
,y 'Fire, tifc, Accident., '. ,....". military':intelligence 'department tokeey'efictiv'watch practically all stomach,..liver and Intestinal one carcass was accepted by the .gov ." ..".., 'f. ',' ... [.,
on them-not to anent. ,Thes cattle had neither ." ". !
ailments{V includingr'appendi er . > iw'
I Health>.. ., .,/,Plate, Glas.,, Lla. % :{mention home renegade Americans citis. On. dose will' Convince; or,.''quality, nor finish ,to'' meet .,
who" ' aid.and comfort; '.to \ .
1 "thesoi
were riving money refunded. J.,. Z. Robcrson,and requirements: of characteristics .. 11 41
;ib i ility and Boiler Insurance. :the enemy. '_ , ', -'_ druggists everywhere.-: ,. =\ I can be Improved''wonderfully ,: / ,
I I' Other- acts for ;which Dr. 'Alten- by using good bulls, of., lstFidly{ -. ,a
'' dorf. claims credit includes, aI :JEEP ' .' E "
Legal;:. :'Bonds Executed PROBLEMS I'OFtthEShall' : ( beef. breeding .3 ,> "
.. t
I Discovered Wireless) Stations; ,
"" \ bdi, individual cattleman twill have n' Pa
'r Da'Neeaed I Discovery of two; wireless station PRODUCER.. '': ""IT: v decide I for'' himself rwhether1 he i 't
; >
J ( Same -. ;
in 'Mexico; capable of receiving mes .. a i :$ I should Increase thonumber-' of his 1 I'C
Isagsfrom that country 'reporting, the beef,''producer''':work toward -,,,I I herd." Improve the f quality or both.
'I the "tan J of "the German submarine ,an' number, of,,his 'view of, the existing rices, which .,
.1 OFFICE::' JUU ,;eami''l(. raid along the "American , it, ,, : herd or"ah iDtteal".ln .the 'quality I.1,are IB :''likely to show Improvement II :
actually ,
pril..UI8ientf-monthbefore: of h.--herd..or'.do"'both' Wm.H.JL
t -v- .-" s : ; for/tome little time, and, with the I '
s took 'place reporting agentssent Black, beef tattle''specialist working I great bulk of our cattle of such qual- t'''' I .. <'
./ . .: by G rntans in Mexico to poison with the ':'Extension Division'' the I.sty as pot to'be. In: good' ,"
I' cattle in the' United States and 'the College' of, Agriculturesays" }this-would oem that this fall would be & ,.j
:'WTHOMPSoI, I revelation 'pM,bT four Germansto questions might' be"answered'difterently -=J opportune tin: to eive'the herd a } r.
"J. I
; Niagari Falls., 4 ."'of"thtr United ,State'lMr. (
: that are; snowing into money
i FunerahDirector: -.Calling attention :to !>German, commercial Black' has 'the following to.say rand the best heifers and cow*. .q s c

L ,plans in v Mexico Wet' Dr.-' Altendorff on ,.this* . : ..>,.. ''< '. J Buy1 good purebred bulls of. any. lotth.xbeefbreedaUse t n ,';f"\.' .
reports .that'r"ths' attemptto' "Let'' W" study Flow the eonditioruas ] these Ton the .u *' ,.

f1' ( AND. carry out an ambitious German existing in ; *'females and It"' 'will .manyyears 14.? ; r tee lp
',, scheme for the economic conquest On' August '15 socalled'fat'steers'' until the 'cattle will bo of/the r ,,"

IW and nltimat.mIUta. y,,dominatlonpof were''quotedin- dack.onvili.irom.t$'right iuallty., .and J.!.. to' commandtodp
tIC( SD" ; EMBMMR f Mexico/ was .,a '1>>lan ,.'ortgtnated'bythrrt.rmau to"eight ',cents,/ per, pound,' with the 1II'
t counsel,. RademacheratGusymas bulk'of'sales at seven Cents lower; .' ....
''' t''. : .., : .\:"withton; active aid'of Gov.ernor On,the Chicago' market the same day ."\" 1S7 ''M'':'' ,;;
1 Btore a4..Cbpel. stnan..Aw.
'Calles, to build ''a cement plant, steers ,.raised in price from 11 to 18 II' An told Fault FbwIei' ,. -.,
.J JItJ.... ., .rk''' ..,;: with -a capacity 90,000 bags'a, eentl' An 'irritable':wid1 Lo1tfitndfng' dls: -
-. """ month at> : Hermosillo; Sonora.i : .other words the cattle co- *
.: ,
i . '* 'poIIttlo"ila'; often au"c(;bjrt Indigestion.
t .JTh e'.foundations'' were completed, lag into .Chleaco are Drinlflnr' abOut
'adds't"and'materials" for. the ,u.' twice as much as Florida cattle: Can.. :A ,man >with good: digestion.and .
perstrurtnrwere, on 'the ground in this difference in-price be doe to,the ,bowels'that',act regnlariy If .msuafly t ,
," : July 1917; when I reported' the location the"m.l'ket" Mo ft ''good,'natnred.' When;; troubled .MARK '!.
-IJ": M.lMMiH scheme"? la time to"stop ,it;t and the not. 2 Florida,'cattle would not eaa.1 take
p ; ; factory, had ,to be .bandon.d'uDtU. much profit In Chicago'as they I with indigestion rA dyar i
? ? I '
; .-..... after the peace treaty had been sign Jacksonville.. The cWfeNDC4I'.tlJare-.ol Chamberlain's' 1.ab.J! They : \ .
3 Sr _. ed.--rhl.: factory'wasto furnish the I ly in the cattle ., i the 'stomach'and enable' It?to 'o h7 a.wtAUD
t .Realty bought and sold. cement for rebuilding piers .and.oth.. rage-' Florida. steer going to -market 1 1 I perform Its' functions; naturally. Theyial6'causea : > '1
;. f HoWe i' d. . erslfuctures :and-'.building-new-ones around .. "
f *Dt .t-thl..tlm. of year-weighs: : gentle"movement.of the ? i ,.i.1! :
_,., ; : 'Taxes paid,ind Titles veriled! :< OD Mexico'th...west! Not coast Neutral Daring War" 560 .pounds: If he. sells at seven,events steeron ';ibowelr.t Y-'S'4\ :"' ' \.....
he will bring $38. The averasr; I
'Rfv.". > ,fornon-reidentv. / : f t iThe': American people/ the" Chicago market Will"- weigh i ..- .- "
' | Fir*/Life, aw]. AccWatxlalademnit7 : .. CIIIDIIe- Tnrt Dees. NstAfbt3'' the Hsad
: ...r. v- Alt. 'I 'lilt' 1 ; a t
+ < !arv. .*..Ta.tele*. chill T..I! ' Plies Crr.d':: to 14 Days He took and b....... .....LAa. CD ,C < "a .j :, '

; Bonda.W Mins rkantreaJ .- y by peru lag u4T. t...ItchI,...._ If PArssladeb ODnIIEtft faDe.. TI..a&O"OQUUII'IK.-aad does ant ..a0 -.....ordta.rf.... _, -.A': ;.

\.hMi. lavUgntM u.. w-s...Voe Bhct.ea;*PftorSOo.-MOB. ...!k*atne' Vealas. ..:u,. ,,..."_..'Uae"ued, B lr t ..... ""'-r-w....1'1-. ...,I er.i_tb.Mad.w unn aamarber OIII,x.the.W.tail aaovu.__._10u'"" ,,!,... '" .' ". .. .. f.- "'

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: I on.'fell 'sw.oep, put.a stumbling cl&: hundred,, tbre..lcht'Axturee'. .' : I .'tteedeo1 I tbr.1 years 'for .!..... 'Only-u..tocl& wool, and linen-> tutt' < and, ,-trae'*cot, >','

USSMHEEV ALLEY GAZETTE The Watcher i in' tile treetepI t J(in 'the, progressive path .of southern fort the street display will, not cost ,,and.tat.general.. Writ farming today. paper la toe. .or. without,or soolllnsv rubblnaj r. .: ",
prosperity, which promises to 'make'this a ')great deaf; .,Such movement ar son, nest door to poet ofade.3. ]t'
r,, .........'I 16.wy .pH..,.. 1 the most active ,section I of America -'always. popular and are.certain to..b* FOR BALK-Reed baby carriage PUPPIES FOR BALE-) i
ay ......_i Valley Uuette. C..paayKJa I The contractorshaving'the: "ulk- In'' industrial and commercial benftqalTlm.UDJon.I) ,' Block make reversible v ar. Phone AIREDALE Dam Floor..da Ooran ((dye eba..., '
_ h Yt.rl4a heading proposition' In charge are growth, within the next ten years." .111. SSrlt plons In direct line.) fire Kootenal i1
J In readiness SOUTH Chinook International Champion) .;
.. rapidly thing KISSIMMEE BAPTIST
W. I. Hamia, rndd. getting/ FOR 8AL --Thr.e. burner ferasollnetove. round one man dosr. Make beet. 'I
)0. O. Vmmm Ar..w,. Secretary .to act energetically when the time Sunday School, .11:00 a. m.Preaching' . practically newi Will ..U at Block All Dog and -buntera Can doi )4
_.. ._._._N.._11 comet jtot tb* work to begin. Mr. 8;4.5 m. bargain. Dr. Cannon Qaxette MA*. what any ether dog can do then''
: N bat returned frompurchasing ... : p. ti-it Aim at his own am.. K.. C. ,,
Just FROM beat
Murphy meetings
. JMerlptlM.' ...... STATE PAPERS which'ed Sunday l eeiburgFla.. t/-/t. ""I
one .Cop,.. ODe Year__._.__' trip in the East and has I night last, have continued with MAGIC DTE SOAP'' FLAKES melt Tllleon
One Copy Bl. Kontba....._..._'*.00Oa. ]located all the necessary machinery increasing' interest up to 'date. The the moment you throw them Intowater Second-hand Ford care'" :
Copy, Three Month...,..._ .60. for. the big enterpriM. A, biff suction -.I : and make a nice creamy lather FOR 8AtB>- . Osoeola
j I prospect brightens day by day. The attractive price Mote
P., 'A. V which immediately dleeolvee all
dredge lion. of the moat 'in- Agnew of Jacksonville, meetings will extend Co.r'07 Broadways ,J
through'an dirt and llfc. cotton.
,, from Inyantly dy.
_ All communication except our editor
formerly of' 'the
r teresting parta'of the outfit, and e
.suathorlsed correspondents. must. b. KIa.lmme'l other week, : be loilger.
'works something after the mannerof Gazette, now one of the ) determine .
". -n.d by the writer. This will be by the interest -
Jlejected m...., will'not be returned ,a commercial drummer inhaling I j bent lawyers in the state was the shown. The prospects for NEW' TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS : ;l
salsa called for.' guest of A. A. Barlow I
his soup,although it will probably attract *,, several days good relulta' would, bo better still if '
sr.- .leis attention. When the equip,;this week. With Judge Minor S.t'the older people would help by ,. *, r )
oondtcluaiuu.t. prr.y
,y g..nFlorfdalai, ) memVis 1 fully, installed for. th.,' work Jones of Titnsville,' he represented!I e-' and attend nce. Come if can. '
the contractors will have about every j'the Bee Line'' Route in. the hearings Pray for us if you cannot you attend. IG.siDUMe"TeJep. one Co. asks that all subscribers of the company;

... {;kind of mechanism >that can success-1'rOYer the petitions for the,rival routes Our appeal is especially to the older keep the following record of 'new subscriber whose names and numbers are /S Snot
'fully' squirt water, or make the dirt 'to the, ocean before' the county commissioners people of the South, Kissimmee in the: current directory of the company: '

EMt3tRr.l ;['''''y.-every and there minute.will be something; doing Star.....,,*. this 'week.-Indian,. .. River. neighborhood;. 204-1V81.. Bass. C C., res. _____-.-___-____.___________-BoggyCreek,, 'I
*- ., .:. '
I * .* I ? FIRST METHODIST CHURCH: 121-5 Bro W I., re., ..__ ------JohnsonXfarmBrunson ,
been "We pfeased;t to ; .on. --,------- ---- ;
I- are that .
Meiico has killing quite a announce '
/ O number: 61 American'' citizens, and recently Mach Urea,, who lost their crate 'mill L.+';11:00 Overstreet a.' m. Sunday School, 'Mr. J. 278 A. S;. res. _____,..;_____,..---i------.219 ,Clyde Ave.: "

captured two of our aviators by fire, at Oxford, recently. will re- 12:00 a. m., Superintendent.Preaching by pastor 158 Denning. JL J.. Dentist office. __-____......-_--_Cottermari Bldg:";

and held them foi" ransom, under j build in KI..lmmee.u,. the Kissimmee Subject,' Finger Prints of God., _______.___120 Bryan !.Su JHHall. f
threat of death. Were beginning ,to Valley GazetteThe .newspaper 2:80 )74 Denning.. R. J., res __-_____ ,._-- .

get real peeved about ,this ,,sort of says that ,the enterprise will H.opson, League, Mill 217 E. S., rei ______--__________________T104 Clyde Ave, .
P and It ]add to the payrolls .Kissimmee and
"y gsrAtE PRE' er thing we, are liable If. keeps to stop up saying much 'Tut.10nl'.1'help ..Ionawith the prosperity which Subject.8:80 p., The'm.' Word' Pre ,chlng'Made by Pl..hAt pastor. 309-4 McNcal.J Jene. (Col.! ) _.____--_______._____:. Roberson Ave.

!tut!" but say !something real gratefulshout smiling upon the place. Such'machinery Shingle Creek, 4:00: -if m.-' 167 Newhouse. C. M.. ._.___..-___________________ 'Verona -SC ,
beneficent as 'the "Are '
Mrj Oarranza/s
'J.FJUDAY.AUGUST whiskers. without being destroyed will be Wednesday evening, 8:80,' prayer- I09-L Royal], C. L, .ref ___?,.--------.---.----.-..534 Broadway ".,

29, 1919 .e brought over from Oxford and new meeting.R.. F. HODNETT 1 220 Royal Pressing ,Club *_.____-____.___-____-4arlinitonAve._.JSchweikart. ;
.. When the armistice 'signed' machinery' will replace that destroyed. Pastor. of ..... ',
Oft.DeI concert fconlght.Hereafter' and the German navy was was about to The mill will be gotten into operation - 164 Jr A.., res. _::_..-__._.____.__.___L-5 Brack''Su.; ,

'" 'i1' be surrendered many statesmen and as soon as possible*--Times- FLORIDA'S FAVORITE PAPER IZ 7-IlL Silas. Alex, (Co.I )/___.____________________North Kissimmee ..
tb* farmer cnn b* a..' naval officers of the forces, in Union. The Morning
I 4, kind offertiliser' allied advised ,* :! *, Tampa Tribune I. 191.21Slaatda _______4._-__._w':'__.._..__.__---- North Kissimmee
Bored of getting the right eluding our own, gravely the everlastingly: fighting for the inter-
1 and the weights or sinking of .U the surrendered war The KI..immee'V. 1e, Gazette says ests' of the people and the development 81-2 Sloan. Mack ?________________________+.:_______ Pin date

.be will aqracoareb< proper?? !.in. a law hat- vessels, saying they were getting, to that fer'' G. W. Hopkins And '\V.H. Kemp- of this section, and no one who 38 Tucker Brick Co. _____________________________Clyde Ave.
be out of date and that would be have.bouaht herd. of. full the..welfare ot.South..Florida_at![. .
1i base already been"tested;which bythe |(the easiest way of getting rid of blooded and grade cattle from Pat heart can afford not to'be a'constant .5. y our *wiry Iruly,

way, i is 'as great a protection to them. A few weeks ago the Germans I Johnston and will'' add this stock to reader of the Tribune. It is KISSIMMEE TELEPHONE CO., ,

f companies. who put 'out an honest, ar- :,''surreptitiously. opened the sea valves] their holdings, increasing the herds great metropolitan paper, FIOrida'1 I M. Thomson
'and sunk their own fleet in Scapa land continuing to raise cattle in that the full night and day I By .
: .. I j{ Flow where they were anchored.Wow { The purchase consisted of Associated Press with intelligent correspondents -.
Instantly a scream went up,340 head of stock and the full blood- in every nook and -corner': -- 'I
s The attention of the Kissimmee from every blooming Ally, denouncing led cattle will be''kept separately as in It. territory. Its big Sunday edition .o. . .oo i
board of trade should be'centered up- it a* a scurvy trick by a brutal ,th. new owners wish to continue raising has the most complete comic
on the problem of giving the Mglsd people. Behold now, all ye ends of blooded stock for market. Some and magazine section printed in the .
band" to the winter visitors who will the earth! Great Britan is working of the stock in the sale has been exhibited State and the subscription rates are HOUSECLEANIINGi
with her giant wrecking crews days at the state fair < and won only .$8.00 per annum; $4.00 for six
shortly be in oujr, midst so says one nights and Sundays, to raise and restore premiums. The sale price is reported months and $2.00 for three months.
r of th/ prominent members of that every boat possible; and pictures to have been $12,000.-Times-Un- Write for sample copy and subscribe

,i' .organixation. There can certainly are; shown in all the 11' ion. today. 85-tf./
N more important question at this lustrated 'papers of war ships that "
; she has triumphantly salved. Verily Wayne Thomas president Of the Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. \
'' t ....on f or a kindly'reception of these humans. are funny folks. Plant City Publishing Company, nMJ
IIi ,welcome guests may well Poe far ,I f came down Saturday evening from
t. I I Advertisements '
,reaching, in its results.. I I The Prince of Wales is a nice Pensacola, and left today upon his Classified :
looking boy who is now touring in return to the Deep Water City ac 'I
The Seminole hotel in Sanford has Canada, and who will soon go to companied by his children. Opal WANTED-If rou b..... any used Fur- ',:
elaborate dinner to the base Washington as the guest of our Na Claire and Wayne Thomas, Jr.., and nltur w. will buy It. Drop a \ '
{ given an tion. We have only the very best his mother, Mrs. Dolly Pope who tal card to the Arcade Second Hand
'ball. ''team of that city. From the wishes for the young chap and hope will, make their home In Pensacola.Mr. Btor. Orlando. Fla. S7-4t-pd. Soon be time for fall housecleans \ .

ti' published 'menu it I., apparant that be will have a good time every mit- Thomas recently assumeed the FOR 8ALB-On. Emerson Typewriter
itt& ,'
IP the boy. must have known what Was ute while he is our guest. If we don't!responsible duty of publisher of The raodvl three TUIbl. a. food a. newApply and you will want to discard '

.e coming, which partially acounts for., treat him nicely after all the fried I Pensacola Journal the largest dailynewspaper Valley,' tt some of your old 'furniture and :
chicken that his father and mother ( In Florida north of Jacksonville DwELLINOd for rent.. Apply to M
their marnl u. success this season bestowed on President Wilson while but promises to come this TIII.r. worn out carpets and rugs. We

4, >Incidentally.1', the boys .re''certain .he was ever there; we would be Ungrateful way occasionally. He has- purchased FOR 8ALJD-Elsrhty access 11 .
and appreciation goes'a long way Prince has never 'done anything to he/stated that "Plant City looksmighty bearingoranee grove; ".ooe worth line at attractive prices and
of orpre* timber on tract four- onterms
merit public except to be to me. he I. well pleased
much'taken recognition
In this world. Then--. too room hone and kitchen. Mao III
) born into a king family; and there with his new home. The people head of cattle and a. rood bunch of to suit. \
,4, for granted. When the indi-'\are those who don't believe he had of Plant City regret very much to Fangs hoc, looa on the ran*..
mdual or. organization does *Roadwork anything to do about that. Be thatas lose this estimable family, but the Farmlnc tools and Implement Located.near
Kenanrrllle. ',' ,
Price I 08
'the I full meaiur of praise it may, we are in favor of giving 'good wishes of everyone accompany half each balance term to -
1y s should be meted out.. him all the Ice cream cones.that he them,-Plant City Courier. H. Our. kenan.vm.. Fla. IUI'iI.r,
. .
} let him shoot the ride I
iM ,the'W&nu.witching waves and all that .sort I I ."Broadway is to be made a veritable IAsi.-On.complete: with ocrded tire tire rack and, else tire rack
''a ; The University of Florida has been of thing and it sha'nt cost him a 'white way'" 'declares the Kissimmee Tw nty-fl...e dollars rewardwire 1
.SpaUhonored, ,classified ; 1919 list"of schools that there .will be no kowtowing no of the councilmen are Indicating .a Theater. Jacksonville Fla. at-ft.

.t which military education' Is taught fawning, and no "your Royal --High great improvement ID.the lightbtrbf FOR BAUD-1 single waaronj 1 double
.I ness" business but the. principal thoroughfare of Kissimmeeand wasron 1 two-rear old, colt 1 11-
plain American ; fLGRANTHAM r
,,, *t a-"distinguished college. President manliness .in all programs of ,enter-. also include ,,a Inch plow. H. BJaarda. Jtf SoIia1cad':. Storm
; A. A. Mnrphre has received, talnment. The young Prince is the number' drinking fountains and FOR RENT-Mr. SI Acre Truck Farm 1 '
:> letter from the Adjutant General latest of decadent' line who claim''many comfortable seats for,travelers opposite Fair Qround;. on ', good -
.,to Divine We trust and visitors. Making the street, atr term. Call and a.. m* now,. S. T.
,ef the army giving, this Information. reign by ; Right. Faneler! R ,,F. J>. No. 1. 1I.t ,I"
The ,qualification I.' based on the re-. that his gentle daddy will be the tractiv at night and comfortable for
last of that Une, .and that the English visitors st all times will add to the FOR 8ALHJ-One hundred thousand .
.port of officers, making the annual people will break the strange development of Kissimmee,and many strawberry plant. B. T Fancier
Inspection of the military' departments obsession! of the ages throwaway,:people who. go there, expecting ,to R. F. D..No. 1. _n.... L 1

of educational Institutions at royalty, and elect their own 'rulers. stop only a, day, or, two will be so FARMERS-Bend today for a free _me HEM WITH NO
which' the officers) ,of the army 'are What would become of the Prince T swell placed as to make their visitlonger p1* copy of th. Florida Farmer ..DdIItockm.lI.
n l PN I 0, well, if he (grants to lead a quiet, and possibly become resi published at JackeonTllle.
of military
detailed professors care-free )life he become law.yer. dents. The Kissimmee Tell about livestock ralalnr. da4ryInr. -
j i might a -; planthas poultry eltme fruit and.truck'
science and tactics. It'.is 'especially .' _______________________ lately been enlarged and the half Ing, twice a month at toe per y.,a.r- MONEY, ';
.J- gratifying to, Florid-that the;;, I ;.
,State University"Istob on.:of the association and pledge to the. tree M n..
ofor andw
+' twenty schoolh:throughout the entlre-fiend. .. .. ( ,
"4 1 country to designated. a.,"Distin 'The'plan' Is J Just'unfolding now]but ... ...l : .r :

t1 guished' I College" the &'eneralldea is that .. / J.: WI. .& II' ;r
/'''No''.tree' shall be planted nearer 1 .. / Ii ?' i ,

It ...m.a:strange, ..position .for, that/Bfteen feet; to" .the 'center'of.the, -, .

? f France,/to take: ,.in opposing the ex-j roadway."No. .

: , umatlODthe>bodies< !of'American I .. tre*"shall be:planted when the ti'X' mDKr:

aoldSers-.who;: ':>r*' buried on1' French owner w ""of' the abutting property object {_ I .

'r 'United' States has become : : '. rE alsrasre.a.. ... .
':I'' eon.tncecll i iJ i*;- ,"That the .state 'highway association - 1.r
I !that ,the "public generally .. the be, ,asked tolend 'its approval l \ 7' 1.n
*turn of >tbe.. .bodies..* In fact ,af ": S "r
i cooperation.. IN : '
tIdan.. .IBS above sad;;dtaalioa wiQ iver a. ,
the I seas to ,, i
dote; of 'families ,of those 'dud 1 I The- planting of memorial'trees in
,showed ly: about ,percent'Osceola. county; has been,suggested ,JIaa...... Saves His M...,., Thi USB Wss Skews U Isc satioB 1

.. >f tbe.f.a..OI'tCIl..mI',/jb.ut"' .I not alone: individuals, but by the .It. HsBSSty provides,for HisFasuly/ } sad Pays His DeMi_ J
," ',Th,'tir' ., department,, will,Mothers-T.*chers>% tub> '' one of'' tb..trabplt. GIVE '.. (G:v J l

"! 'undertake> ate send tw) Bodies"' .in organisations -In Kisshnmee 0 J/J ,' US Misfortune mar? come: to such a man by, chance, wiping out :1

Jiermetleany'!sealed, .caskets :'to the "but'as yet,no:.plan.baa crystaliced. I /. YOUR Li, little, savings, but t HIS CREDIT secure that financial assistance -' t f,
ddesses, furnished, the "department'f I
.' It might be'well "to form an
'Without to'', ': ,is willingly. given;to .tide. him over the temporary. period of'stress. II
any; tipenit' the, next 'of association with this special purpose. i GROCERY .. n i

1 : '1'1dD. gi.'unfoitnnatt.'lnst; '" ,. i I( s, TIe,;. Th.' memorial tree Ides is B. + *..... :Ii 1'IW
111 '' ''wheredeadeannot. ORDER '':!I''r' :: ,,,. be, allowed 'to drop for h-:--
A' t1the' .' De ldentlfted,',the**1 want of support,;';but."what is every We mutts BSW.SBU! year ..w-; you ca'.
.could.bormemorallxed ins 'f" Il we WHJ. sive YOU : ".. lrL 'tlepseit. fitd, tki
; etm.ter'i tbod> .! 'business1 .Is ,noVones': 'busi .by preper: a >., ,L ,

_N ,f.'tM,1 unknown da< :. ,r*, In ness,'!. and, unless ,someiuch: action ""t 'uRE' CROCCRIESDELIVER ..cia/ ... evea,a afar wfll"'a "the start, ssjb '' L

11 '. this eountrys'At'present, the''depart', ,is'takeri iViU JJkeJf' tot ,come 'tonought :'yser.beak. *.k,;WiII"pla4y.s *. tJae dim te", ;J. rirb

t went 'Jaaa\I'l.&oooootwith' !whleh'", tog .. ;-.. '.J.r.M" __;. .-wrrr..._',: yF, ' 4" .. iliaagee.m.s.. t. _. u $," v. 1\-\. -1 1a
:, corannnce- tba:;work, 'but, action "of' 1\ > ,\ . ; WE; 'PROMPRY, I

i4'i '' the French 'government :3s' ,barring : tHE, SENATORIAL RACLIn i. ,u'w. -..* II
to: ,JJT' ;-
wa7'o ';" u-\- ; '
: i\'I' 1 t
conimenting' aspiration '
J4 ; '
'-> 1 C'w y'ifoy'iisEMb&1Ai.'',: ; Tp Hon.yof',Duncan, Governor..U.s Fletcher,>Cattrj v to as.succeed' United GROCERIES AND WE DO 'KNOW." WE;'HAVE: :STUDIED", 'JIIEWAITS ::::8TArEB1NJ: ( JOR :

o'"t" : : TRE j qArs ", E EI SttesSnator. jfrom_ ,.-Florida the OR?THE'PEOPLE'iN. : ,Trasx MMiJNrnr'"AND'WB)AVE ''

.. "DtsotcJ;' 'county" ''fa'' 'brganlitrig' 'at Augusta,, (Ga.' ,,)' Chronicle> ',, sums ,np ,THE .GROCERIES ,A? D\.r\ GSYOU, NEED.. RIGHT ,IN pUB
', .,., ; ., ton .. ; TOUE' :tBIGHT=AND P MPTt, :
';; to''erat.'r.tAte'Sin'th., ''ba"" '''''' > ' STORE; WE CAN FILL ORPEB :
wSt .J a .. \
IT ,
1 9V thought' that.IIV't'e. ISIMM$I /
; memorial; tree through LY. E k
1"- defeat
'of' >K>r Catts can Senator' Fletch- ,
t:? '.Tree;.Memorial Association, which 'er. We'have*no' belief that. Florida 1'. .. 0" - \ '
;' w js'.regularly r organised' .said which' ((would for an instant,forsake
t r f,,,1solds'montblymeeting... 'The 'asaoelation' .j I stance'for the shadow-hr'sound democracy .. -.110_. PLEASED. WITH OUR QUALITY GOODS AND LOW* PRIG... RESOURCES: ; 1750,000.09 ," ,.., "";: Capital $100,000.00.- !'
for bol.UflIDI.Herr .
i' 'the' support' coaacrvativ ; -'I' f
pledged of '
i baa THAT. FOR 'UFE..Wt' ... .
CIOu."fol',' state :socialism. YOU WILL BE CUSTOMER, '
the county ,commissioners.n I' : -+
substantial defeat of Governor Officer sasl Directent
jTheassociation, eo.ferrlDCwith Catts.would,.be. the best advertisement ? -
.. ; -- -
;,C.;A. CARSON aldatIL'KATZ E. :
.M: M..:SmKfty>f ,the .State',Highway I: the South could get.*,.It would : > L. LI3LETJ. '. T.P., w

'::ssociaWonr,.*r rarding: the 'roles gov!the.our stand declaration a* the South of principles has alwaysstood that 1 1 PRICE 'CASH: GROCERY .. D, JEP'FORDS'Caahler. ;. '
r. '> 4mlnC'th. .public planting of 'memorial ,. for progress, for the rights! '

?" :trees... ,; along,. the.,Dixie'' High'f of our citizens and the.;protection ,of' & Phone 141 422 Broadway . ; <'C. A., CARSON, ",1, 'H.< FtkMINO.I

'fT . and I -< 'QUICK .SMALL 'PROFITS' n:. N. c:; 8RrAN. E. L. LESLEY, ..t
Rife AND .
wA'drIvs' ". propeh'"were such a ; SALES 7
.. .
>> 'will' be put;.on abonf Oe- :the first.declaration ;i." '0 s ,J.'WADETiJCBER,4pr', ctor:. ., ,
i ':toW 6th" to:,'sronse .lntered'D' ,the I 'Of any section of the country Jy Out of I Tows .Orders .Give* Prompt, Attentioo., :'!'

', ,plo/emutr'to, .secure, ; members. J*,the,I. J*r bolsheviun-end. J Jt would at

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I ..... . .. . .. .. . . . ... I '&pato/*:W<; M.ikleon' (left "to 'Casino'' '' hea VISITORS. ENTERTAINED AT :.. Small GtrtV Hot 'lb.tort. mast' lavarloup4a.'is: iwLsr.." I '

his boat Tuesdayor' Canoe'.Creek on I trc. ., ;INFORMAL..AFTERNOON : i her way home from Lamwfcer -I ...1'Ii.L."T' . ''
:f if8v: Weather Report a fishing trip .... : ,; _. she had on.- .. tl.: ,I..aturhanl':
; Mitt Neoma"'Willson of'Tampa, It ; Week of September 1st Mrs. S. B..' Aufeman and her daughter "' Virginia Ash 12.ar015"ughter' rived,in,the.,ettrsi ,, :.*, .

V the guest of her cousin; Miss"Porchi.Pberlgo ),[atm.*'.a:8o; t"7'Jr?\: ttlgnt 816sounr ; 'Mi** Elisabeth, wecnarmia* ;t'7ke'f'e H. R. Ash,, of '. -- '"
. fora two, week's visit.A. i L hostess Tuesday i afternoon, enter Montana, mite .near Fairmont. W. .. 'feetl.. .
!, : '. S.Njilbert and, family. returned Conetano" Talmadv In'r' tabling''* number 'of friend from S V4; we stopped by a prohibition of.leer J.t, .Ir. ,3 .f.
; If.. Tuesday from a two week's motor ."WHOCAREBr10th to'7 0'dock at. their Broadway*hM*. .' 'who'insisted ron'searching' her .'yes I h..y.r.... f ,
trip to: Miami, where ;Er..o"a of ., Mrs: : G. W.. McGowan -nee .Hiss\ they .*** =, 1
On account.of the thermometer TH MAN: OF : if ,; -l
I \ \ ;, guests of relative Betty Pherigo 'and' Miss Ruth' How. clothing nothing but: articles of ate' '

""t'' at' the, post office being Keep it in closet and will :Mary Pickford to"JOHANA: .. ell, who Is "ere from Washington1; on I the office apologized to the piar.- :'!, ..ii', ..,
your' : you .
a short vacationwere the ,honor,.little girl, aayin..a1 was looking ,
:) our of order we unable 'to be No- ENUSTS.1 'that
ar.e troubled
. never with moths. Ran' 4> Frits. Cartoon. :. guests.; for* whiskey i i"Judging It: is the, o & :
:t<. y: :give the) weather: report for Moth, at Central Drug' Store $2.00. WEDNESDAY. Th afternoon'.wss"Quite-Informal,"I I, from the smell of your fodder polling decreases* yMd of 'i
:,: . the present, but will resume; but it's worth it. ,1 : Corrine Qrlfflth In' th. general conversation taking are breath,* said the' little girl *you coin.'J '"d' x't t
\ ( ,publication ot the 'report as.soen Larry,. L. Pope many Sink, Mutt: JelT In > miniscent tone. Mi*' Guests Winn I z' .
!(,f 'en. wcnre'the of-, wa s' greeting bis Kissimmee "FROZEN NORTH" charmed the company with her rendition -
.as we
., : friends and attending to business "'HVRaD"T' .t Gregg ."The Wedding
,, 'ficlal' records.; matters here Wednesday. I Special Feature. .See. Lobby; ,, Day", and ''Miss: Adah C. Wagner '
Harold Lord 80m.",. I
Mrs.\ Claud Harpef, with 'her children sang .a group.of- charming by
t "- "JAZBO: HONBTMOON.: songs.
and sister', Misses Amy and : ', "rRIDA Y '. the Sam author.. Our White Shoe :Sale ..
,. Dot. Makinsonare spending some ; Harold Lookwood In '. The company was then asked .to
; I II . "A :MAN OF; HONOR.**<* .
time in Daytons.Beach.Miss : identify the picture of people of i national i .
. ......t..i. . . Arbuckle Comedy and ; J
\ International fame which
I Beatrice Hilton'and, truest, Qaumont ,W..kry\News.'
Miss Cathleen Hoard of Fort Meade,I ..ATV1tDAY'Marguret decorated the wall' A merry hour '
ensued when the' : Still Continues "
: Clark In -guestl .
were week-end guests leaving for
i "OUT ,OF A CLEAR SKY."' recall and faces. Miss Gus "
: ITEMS OF A WEEK Loughman Monday: morning _? i :Mack- Sennet Comedy.Z. --. st* Winn. Mrs. G. W, McGowan and' ,

1 George W. Persons has purchased : Mr*. E. .k.Wells tied, for'th. honorof
36f a Hudson Speed.terof; the sport I Bass mad a trip to Fort' having the most' nearly correctanswers and our stock pf Ladle and Children White Oxfords 'and''

Chamois skins all sixes atlCentral model,, which, makes a great additionto Bartow and Lakeland'on' legal but when the three -
: : were : Pumps stfll'contains *nice ... rtment from which to make
.the 'of this ,
good can city bU.I-j ,
; this week.
.' Drug Store., l .. I ness. < I put to further guessingtests Mrs.' '
,\ -* 't Celeste leaves for Dalits ,Hunt who Is ''visiting his Supt. C,' E. Powell and Prof. A. McGowan received?the prize, a bosi yon selection the following" money-saving prices
>vW Mis Moseley uncle F. Ledbetter, and' family of lovely '. '
: she' is Fillers motored to Orlando, Sanfordand candy. AH 110.00 ,.._.. New) $'AD.c.OO;. ....New $ .25'
," Utah"the,80th where engaged / 'i.
. expects to return to his home in Cor- DeLand, Monday in the quest'of Th honor guests each received a : ";
;... "teachers mathematics. dele G...' the last of the week. teacher '" dainty handkerchief:a* a memento of I AJI, '.00 ..._ _.:.., Now. C7S i ,AH ,3JO: -',,, New 2.TS

k Mrs, RuT Bass 'who has been In' a ,That all star trlq will 'play for you .Miss"M..r 'Morse 'spent the''early the event.. ? h" ', i 1 ,AD , ....._,.....;. 1New AD 3.00ADZ50.).__,......, Now '2JES

'.. hospital at Orlando for several forever.on the Nevi Edison.'They're part of the week here in the interestof After refreshing punch''' and waters AD 7.50 :_. Now 5.75 :.;: __ NewVSl.75Now""
"' weeks. is improving, in health.. rreat Hear them render. the St. were served in the dining' room the !
t. ,
the' home work which
dairy ,' of I IAn I.SO '-.___ Now 4.75 lAD 2.00JIo-J' ..;. ,' 1.50.
; ; A 'prev.ntlon' moth.. 'N iauis' Blue. Some Blues.. At Cen she-isstate, specialist, I program' was continued. MisGussie : = : ', < i iAn
10.1. sure Drug
' Moth in your closet'or packing '" ": who Mrs Stanley Bullock who left for Miss Adah singing piano My Song 5.50 ..:_ ...' Now '3.75 A9. ,1.5<_.;.:,"':"' ,Ne.-t '' ...
Herbert W. Fuller has
:". '' 'trunk for al. Central DrugStoreS ; just her, home .In Miami Friday ,,visited '
;;, ,. ,r by, returned from' !Overseas. was the her friend," Mrs. S. Rose ,,of ,New naldo Their Flight Hahni and be Winging Miss Grace by,.Winn Rey- AO .5.00. .'.._,-_., :New 3.50 :All 1.00 ,.... ._ .New .. .75

l; Miss Donna Harbaugh of. Winter guest of his uncle C. W. Grlflhl"andfam.l171eavinc..Frlday.tterDoon Smyrna, while en"route. II(rendering a{group of effective''selee-! w! BIG REDUCI10N.ON.ALL, KEDS

?.,....... !:haven, a.guest-for-a-few-daot"f' at Coronado: Beach. -for =--Jo.eph-P'; :Calhoun-of Winter tions.VT '-. -. -w,-, ..*- ", .. .-", '" -.or 'Bettef CaD BeFitted Blocs k Is TM Late
Misses Martha Belle and Lillian a stay Haven 'will preach at the -Presby.I I The invited guest included* Misses. ',., , aaid ;. ,- .
L I.. Harris,. Mamie Evans; colored, plead guilty' terian 'church next Sunday morning Claire .Hathaway, .Rheo and Por- '

'- One of the greatest films produced In county court to the charm of having land; the usual burs; I I'chic Pherigo; Neoma Willson Grace FRE'D': .s.:. ;GILBERT, .
W.. this year. I. "cke ," 'which Manager contraband liquor in .ber' possession | 'Hon. H. Clay Crawford of Talla- and Gussi Winn., Jean Caldwell '. r- - .
;\\1 Woodbeck has booked for Sep. and Judge Murohv sentencedher ,hassee. Secretary of State,' is ex.Ipected .(I Maude and Louise ,/Thomason I Edna
( tember, 19th. to five months in jail. I: Jn Kissimmee tomorrow a .and ..Freida .Schweikart'Margaret I ?

.* Miss Susie McGuire is now in Atlanta Mrs. R. B. Savage is having the short visit to th*.,family'of' his son Davidson 'Orpha ;;Rose, Maude' Alice I . '
the fall and winter Manhattan hotel thoroughly renova- W. B. Crawford, ;Mr. Crawford''' willb and -Allah, Wagner Gladys. -and
: .. stock, for !.file. where she ted and re-calsomined in preparation | accompanied byhis daughter, Ruth Howell;;' MrsXG.-W.' McGowan,
Millinery trimmer this for the expected rush.of. winter Miss Genevieve.The I I I Mrs. ,,James Caldwell, "1 Mrs' W; 'H. <
is again engaged as
visitors and hom seekers this sea Colema Mrs. G. F. Thomason, Mrs.
face of Lila Le. and
I' season. 1 a new A. A.. Kfcse- Mrs. G. H,' Prather, Mrs. Y Co.
Osceola Hardware
addition films.
charming to. the If
I' his o
; W. R.; Charway has moved son.M.
DuPont; Mrs. Clark HowelJ Mrs.
family into what is known as- the M. Javent,'of Mt JDoTaTa former' her work in "The' Cruise of the Make ,
here in town MariorwCarsony; Mrs.' Hugh Geiger .
Main county agent was Believes, her' first Paramount picture '
Sam Gardner house, on street ?
Mrs. E. E. Wells Misoes '
BSf- children to Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Javenswas which will be seen at the Cat .-' f -.LavinU r. ,
that send their .
they may invited to address the Osceola sino Theater tomorrow. 1.. fair' evidence Weaver; Helen Sawyer' ''Albina. Located oti Kissititmee's... -
I'> County Bee Club at their picnic on of the sort-of acting she )Js to .Smith .and Mary., Pherigo..,,
j> ,: Mrs. T. M. Rivers and two daughters Aligator. Lake Monday afternoon... A '\ BUSIEST: : J JSectional'Bookcases CORE.R.: .
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"Wr E. Savannah *
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Madge and Eunice, Mrs. Julius MISS ALPHA WESTFALL EN. 1 1r .
Smith and daughter Miss Vivian Rev. 0. B. Falls and family, on Ga., who was one of the boys "over .,
enjoying a week's outing Wednesday, spent the day 'at Wekiva there," spent 'several days in Kis- I I--r YOUNGER SETMiss : +
Floyd are It .
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at Weklva Springs.Mr Springs, with Miss Bessie McGuire, 'simmee this week representing the '
who is there for a week or ten days "Dough Boy" the army and navy AlphaSWestfall delightfully '. ,,
I *. Bartow Dutton and small with friends from Zellwood and Win- Journal. He was accompanied by entertained the younger set Tuesday "
daughter, Margaret Frances arrived ter Garden. Mrs. Perryclear. evening with a prom party at her The,Clobe"Wernicke Sectional Boot:'Cases are one hundred per'
from her Georgia home Thursday home on Calais street. ."'-. I .
for a month''visit with her parent., I Mrs. D. C. Wheeler leaves soon to Mrs. Margaret BI.ckw.II'ha. leased . The young people made programs cent In' the matted efficiency.,. ;;Tl; ey are well finished and,an":ornament -''
Mr. and Mrs J. Z. Roberson. begin her school duties at Maitland the Blackwell pasture to, R. L.; for ten then delicious
the school opening next Monday. flyer, mmanager. .the Southport Cattle , proms fruit to any room in the house\ and in the library they reign supreme.-
: punch and : '
and assorted cakes
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C daughter Mr. and Miss Mrs. Anne C. A., left'Carson Tuesday and Mrs.will Wheeler resume succeeds the good herself work there done the Company cattle interests., who have Mr .taken Blackwellleft over dainty pink and, white were scheme sery- .?They.atiliuFeveryafnc"h;.;; oE'I'race..nd keep your books under glass

N. C. where they will being carried out in cut (flowers. and dpst'and ::-We would be pleased to show
for. A.hevillei weeks enjoying the last :year. today 'for Darlington, S. C.,' -Miss Alphas guests were: Misses j i away;if rom soiling. you cep ,
of that famous. resort. give us in later., screen '1>1.,.. ItII i where she will make an extended visit Grace and .Gussie Winn, Nellie Cooper .. their. good 'p inta.' y '
pleasures safe, to' assume that 'she. will moon to her.daughter Mrs. J. P;:Klrvon, ., Dorothy' Wells,' Jeanette Prevatt ' t" \ v
; $ $:' $ $ $ $
Mrs. R. Marler and two sons, accompanied find her way to the heart of- thousands *r. Freida Sdhweikart, Gladys Griffin, ,
t by Miss Alma Locke, all of admirers .and win be known I I. Mrs. and '
Mr. and James Griffin, Margaret Branson, Lois Overstreet, : HYPHENATED., /
Saturday with after Howell a pleasant Bass and three family day .ular little actresses in animated pic. Saturday to visit relatives. Mr. grass; Messrs. Carlyle Bronson, As a rule Twe do:I not k)like hyphenated.things,,but the. ICY-HOT

visit tures. and Mrs. Griffin left Monday for Sheldon Johnson, Gordon Buttorff. bottles are'en: exception"to"our rule for they represent'such perfect '
What would you give to have Anna I P. C. Puttorff and two sons.JIenry Ridgecrest, N. C., while their son and Gerald Rivers Nathan Bryan Amos
Case come into your home and sing and Gordon, S.-H. JJullock and two daughter will spend several weeks .Akerman, Bert. Wells, Brrm .Man" .utility,: and:comfort; In..summer )they .are : pocket! 'refrigeratpr to
for )'ou1 You can have her voice ions Bob and GordeJrV were a party here with Mrs.: Hal Bell until their'' Iterton-Ames, Roscoe Roberson C. keep liquid cool,and in the-winter a poaketetea kettle to keep'' them
exactly as it is,"on The New Edison."The -here...-New H...Summers ., Beiton .
leaving here Thursday of last week' parents return Smyrna 'Walter. n.... ,
and eaE.r;
Phonograph with a .Soul. For* ,for cruise ,in the "Coot" the Bul. News.. Blf; Will Mason Tiller'Roy. Graves. hot. So you 'see, they 'are'good'going'tand' coming: ; e'

sale by Central Drug' Store. lock's I boat.' They' returned Sunday I'I Mn; and Mrs. W. B. Harris left and Irio "Bronson. ,whole",year around: ,. -We sell them.5 ".*({.;* ,,jL d ( ; ,
f Mrs.. Howard Katz and children ;night reporting-- a splendid outing yesterday for Portsmouth Va.,, to i l *' '.l \ if" ',iI"'I
1 .3 leave this week for 'Roll.. Mo., for 'with plenty ofp fish. '..wMr. I visit v their son, W. B. ilarrls -Jr ;I MISS.SMITH ,WILL ATTEND .r"i'I'. ,$ Ii." "), ", t. '

{j a visit to her mother Mrs. Fanny ..- H. Clay Stanford' and two wbo Js'eoDftned In the U. -S. NavallHospital SHORT COURSE.The ; ; 1'1: 1// 'J t ,
i ,v Powell. Mrs. Katz expects to re 'daughters Margaret and Mattie i at that place undergoing i!. ;';-' /BATLO.4, .14 '

' 'her. 'motored home from Daytona Beachto treatment for gas. The young man success;; bee'; culture in Osce- There ill never, 'a plglil i I. a'Idark that.afDaylo; FlashiigktViil not" .
was gassed on the 2nd of ,last No- ola ,where the *' '"* .*Mi -T *
spend the week-end here. Theywere county lint bee club ownet. thelighFwhere
lighten it. to auto *
Mr. and Mr*. Walter Bronson of acompanied by Miss Thelma ve/nber in the battle of the Argonne, in Florida has been organised has Theyjarinvaluablei, '<" ; :rJeratillr'! yt'

Shingle Creek have taken apart*I Osborne, of Anderson 'S, C. The 'and it was hoped that he had fully been recognized by the state ,dep.rt-I : you want hand, when.,)'OII'want iut'We! havlt.go<>d.[.. up">
meat .at, the Glover home on Mab- party returned to' the Beach,'Monday '''recovered, as he has been on regular ment' Ity the placing of bee ply of.:themr' tf '" *'.- t" ' "*' f i f' ..

bett street While their little daughter / for ;another ten day.. outing j duty since February. Upon hie' ar. .ists on the program for the -county' / ' *>1" f 1 ,.

; Anna .Belle, i* receiving medical Mr.' and Mrs. H. C. Piano and Mr. ,'rival from overseas however,"' he was..gents' short come, which takes treatment. and Mn.' G. P. Gardner acompanied examined by the army physicians, placein, September at' Tallahaeiee.I .. ... '
,Miss Ruth: Butler arrived home Mr and M.... J. D. who found that his lungs were still I Dr. Phillips, a ,federal man and ? AND'SUSEttE. _, 4 ,4

'Monday from Washington, D." vacation with to the l for treatment' before Gainesville, will both be *
week's and
spend ner two beck was invited with other, exhibitors \ present '' ''' iv "s '
' her-mother, Mrs. J. W. Miller. Miss throughout the state to,witness receiving his tinal' discharge.J. :' instruct' the',agents in this very im-' '"Why,.7e1.1IUe.. si 'What-do you want? 7 '

Butler is employed the war risk a special. snowing of Nacimova's new 'Harold Lock wood in' "A: Man :of portant' line of development.. ,, ."Well, lwteL"r, ...'J explain1 exactly what tj jsi:tme&1Jtlb1'.tb.i! '

department.', ; __ -_,.? .l. play.rThe: .Heart.",", The..drlve'was Honor,** which comes_Jtor".th: ;jCasin-j t[ Miss- Albina- Smith' Osceola'" efficient ." -'League-of'NationV-and ,the''freedom'of:: th.._P '*' 4 '
Dr., Ci H.' 'Sommers,' conference: made in Mr.' Piano's Jordanthe par- Theater' Friday, next ,has a' role' agent; leave* Sunday:for ;Tallahassee :
missionary',' spent Sunday at Bush- tv returning byway of, Bartow. and particularly'; well ,adapted ''to' his to attend this course.' She, A a
inell, where he conducted-the' dedica- Winter', Haven. dynamic: winning. personality, It-nd.will. be'gonefortwo: week. .
: ; .servic'for the hurch, then fc. j does 'the best' work of his brilliant I \ tJf
;4.tory l\ewd Miss Martha' Belle "Harris''returned ,
going' 'Raiford to i organize a JM. Saturday' from a two',months': trin to(Icareer. The Vltory is screen vision MRS. C..H.:BROOKS DIES, .
E. church there ,Mrs.' Summers -cc- points ;in South ..Carolina.; 'While Henry; Kitchell, Webster's popular .SUDDENLY., AT CARNEIGIE O ola H. .ld* reI

".. companied him,'to, BushnelL. there she took the, summer courseat 'novel' ,. It U not:a .JDlUtary theme J r : : sic .:
left Thurs abut a stlrringdrama of love and fi H. M.Breaker received 'a'wire'thisweekk >* ,
141'' T. W.Thornton at- Rock' Hill. v
Winthrop College . ..... .,.. .... ..... .. ...... ..... _
.nance. The. revolves' around ? .M"
day" for :Bloomlngbergy Ohio for aJrlonth' S.:'C.and later" visited Chester; and story a '' stating 'the- sudden'death of tI. ... 4 .Aw' e. ." ........ -. ..........
visit ,with Mends. and relatives. .t,her father'sold home, town! Clin young"ex-newspaper"repbrterr. David iMrs. C. H. Brooks,. at: her > ;: ;y .;Ji
.' She will be the guest of Mr. ton. She was the guest of Mr., and Smith. who is In'charge of an' enterprise -'[Carnelgie/Pa. ,* .;' 'j .
'and'Mrs. David Cohn' for a'few day Mrs! ''J.- H:Bryan at .Jacksonville fora of developing thel resources I| Mrs' Brooks. was'ar- ; '\

.in Cincinnati! while,?,en.. rout*.. . ,few day a .while 'en route for.home. of a' semi-troplcal island .for'-a group ri. hare'an'i day -and occupy the ,
Every i I. urged ,to' contribute'plants Miss Harris leaves next'week to take a f.. promoters. Success'' attendsSmith cottage on ,Bryan", street she) had .. ';1 ""II :'"t :' ,
one '
to 'decorate the city-park op-: up her work''' in the Winter Haven s efforts! but the promoters. rented,; the furniture had already ,, '.4"",. I, "tH"r" ,,:' *
: schools 'wh..... for the second wish to keep this fact from the small reached here and had been. placed in / '\
i posit the A.'C. L.; depot. Ev.ryone! : year much'
who will aid;lnthis, worthy, under. the'will,do departmental .work. in the stockholders, and by. means ;'of'false. her" house. r, .So down--5 ,- :, 1 ''if.
to freeze small Investors .
reports out all the .
i taking 'should communicate to Miss 6th; 7th and 8th grades. .Mrs. Brooks'-has been'one of Kls- .
for their profit. Smith simmee's'prowrtyaewnerr3lad. 'regu -' : " ;f,
Jean Caldwell, ,who..wlll"make the. awn J : ; .
refuses to become to' such 11 .
them. a party tar winter.residentsufor( years, and c&iortfh
arrangements > '
'.proper for. THREE FRIENDSOur' a fraud however, and. announces. to, has many.friends-who'will be shock so'mudi .' I f1' ,
"One of the groups of distinguishedpeople Beaumont the head .... ,
of the promotion
led bythe news of.her: sudden dtmis .. 'j ,1 .... '
that the .
; 'were enjoying. seabreeces -- company'that' he will ftch'-;'to 'protect .,J / ;,j; ;,.fi.
and th-surf thiJ week in. Three Stores are the best the 'an stockholder.; He) -.- uisUlImenf> ,. house.JG&2. d ,
goes E.:: D.: MALLOY PASSED AWAY'' AT E aresnot"an' !' .:; ; +rt s
Senator Arthur ET'.Donegan, -w' l
Deluded ; ?
friends yon can find, for at our:places through with his'promise'and not ,
Mayor W. J..Steed and CoL an4 Mrs.. you 'pay.fo1'What; you: alone get and only v beau BeaumOb' at hisknme. of ..HOT. -SPRINGS... . ;installment; Urms-fcul: no.+;hone Vniiloves or" .W .
; .
;; :'C. E., Cor.Carbon in Orlando of Kt..lmJD..p.y'tona .Re Orte..Star. don't r help pay.Jor'th, ,, _'. J high,finance ChriaUbefv. but" his- ;:daughter ' .:X: .wir* was'received' here Tuesday .'. music-need gowhhout, *.iC; Mr, BeBotT. 1 bas'said: + toes': br

f MR and Mrs. Albert Overstreet and *. Other Fellow. bringing-the\ sad'intolUgenc* of the ."do not deny;music':to any'bausie lover... To than of slenwer! 'l

Malcom' Overstreet, of Mont' Verde. Our increased!', purchasing 'power' MRS. 'EMMETT BROWN,: death sunmee's2 of Eo well'D.known'Malloy, of'Kis-. : incomes:':,auks terms that will .not barassWe ;tbenL"I"_ ) -'. 1

.pent accompanied Sunday home in the,'city byMis They* Jennie were enables. us, to buy.,the best at the If .ENTERTAINS.. BRIDGE", CLUB Mr. Malloy and his daughter. -MissOuidar _" . . : _; h.y aV'''. t.r. << //f'i ,
and lowest,: price/luvl; "':-buT' :methods of '- \ have bee"-At, Hot Springs, : - '
.Culver and Mrs: J.:'CV Arenburg ; the : The" member, of the Kissimmee Ark.,' for several months hoping' hishealth''might'be : NEWEDSON'? _
children who have been furnisher f ,
spending a distributing "
Bridge club w.n the of .Mrs. improved. '
: guests .
:Greek. in Kissimmee' 1ft Park .... :'j ii"
street few _, ; mfnimnni- ;;price.. Emmett, Brown Wednesday, enjoyin # '-, The particulars, of ht* death could : "T1Uis'the I'A..ra. .NA'.d..r''1\\ 14' T";= '
''\ ;* A close study of our' g /'frJ'rplea.ant afternoon. not bs., learned.' 4 .n

Walter, Nelson,'..Jr., arrived here Cash ''Price ,--Mrs. W.\ W., Carson 'was the for. The sympathy'Of the'community" is '. world'* greatest musical I'' instrument.'' :'It'jpv e "yoav' V, ht, N
Monday vie the:stork route The tun,** winner (of. the, club prite;', a extended tajMissj: Malloy.,in_ her' be- e -, -, !r < 1 r
'young" gentleman has..expressed his. will reveal to you,that the credit system box of dainty handkerchlff*; and .reavement.. \ : r''? . ,kind,.ofmusic.exaitly 9as performed!upo.1L';: ,;sU p-lI; Icgv es: 1 t

satisfaction with the place and bas '"Is an'enemy to your children fn..-Eugene Bryan '.was awarded the %' .... all that th* esr'taa, of the art of tfi* 'worWs: greatest ?;:' J
you spv
? decided to 'to .the delight-of I
and on. 'of th. causes,of the". .present guest prize;.,a box of lovely candy. INFORMAL PARTY FORr : .. .,
( "his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Walter high'price; 'Mrs. Brown 'refreshed her guests 'OUT OF TOWN GUESTS ', artitts..* *T ti RVDo 1 ,-. f 'J Ji
\ Nelson, and grand' parent&,-,'Mr. and with wr-f 1 ,
a friltalad served withpunch. : t.
I ::course, ., .1j t
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AD hone.t"e1l'ort to ,reduce the ,. \/If/ fr r'I
A. 8. Kelson.- *
Mrs. I& g- j : << . :
': ., F. 'D. Cranford bas moiled hii family cost 'of, living should,! be encouraged Mrs Eugene, Bryan, Mr*. Koy timed Miss informally Elizabeth:;. 'Ledbetterenter,.s.turday'rplcht .: . ",.Not .lAt: Money Stand: in tAD Wci.1. I
her from Knoxvill... Tenn., and by -a Uk*' effort to'P"yca.h." ;f ; Starbird and, II... Henry' iBottprff, with a,, dancing,party 'Ia' honor.of "
cis pleasantly located. in apartments You ,dont ask ,th* .P.. O* nor,.toe and members of' the' club, were' Invited Misses. Beatrice ,Hilton.. oV.. .Limgh- i 'Ib are 'paying'for, Liberty Bonds' or for SOOM other ;j jyoan.not reasbo . a

.' at. the home of Mr: andMrs." E. S. picture q show,'to "charge-," %nd guests '? man.,and Cath'en: Uoardi: ;of Fort ,: J" ; ; :particularly! flush,atthe presmLtimeado,pot.btw: .
,: Hall141': Cranford -is connected .
!with the building1 of 'the section ofte.Dizi.Highwaya when' you-,Yet''the, habit 'it''. 'just"
between.bereand asy.:..lharouDd.E.. ,- Notice,- ' .Miss* ; -- -. .Com 'and fell confidentiallr' farm.wit
> :; Is hereby gfven that the : Ledbetters in"riteu.tta : ,to ru* u : what-f : ; .
,Campbell Station. Our Three Stores 1)>)lnt the: way to State Board of Examiners"will hold were: Mlerertfo Makinson, Mamie *
.Miss.La Verne Jndkins- of. Grand Prosperity 'and a:_clean .conscience.JAYtOR'S ." Pilley, Lucr.Lupfer. 'and Dorothy be -convegient'for you. :**> ,.
an examination
Rapids MicK, f* the '&'U..t..of her for'teachers' certificates Wells;. Ke..... Bert Wells Dewey '

I sister, ),frl.:J'. Wade Tucker arriving CASH ,GROCKY( .at.,the High School building.In Ivey DalUa.Hunt, '-Ot Cordele,. .Ga., CENTRAL DRUG STORE; '.

here. on Tuesday. of last .-weekL, bringing : KissimmeerFla. oa Tuesday'; September and Jake.Ledbetter. (*. :,{
with her Clara and' Jo Tucker, Broadway 'and Mabbett BL? Kisaiia. ,2nd. 1919w .. .Agents-- -, ',' : f' ;
K' whobave been visiting their' grandparents ,Lie and hot ?
'" weather can: (" '"
',Mr.' Tucker met the aM. :; ;, part
;; party. \ r more poultry than any other '
'?'' .pt Jack onvill.v: .. t. oaL... 84-4t.. ';"" 'eo. 8upt.- Schoo. .culari, .disease.' '" ;', 4" - '" .

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"'T>,-<', ..,..... J !produce: extra' 'fine' lambs for the,
< fancy prices.: ..711.ltolld" .
1 l' market apd get
OSCEOLA COUNTY NEWS SERVICE ( trade will always" be heavy, in,
---- ,Florida and it will be a great many
.. DR. R.THOR' Agent before a sufficient number of g
,, WEAVER County Mamba will be grown in the,state to

It is never too oft repeated that fre we neglecting to use some of the u.Fel>ruArYt and March._
; rood garden, well selected .vegetables 'nr rott waste, truck crops of the / %
"I'I andproperly cared for ,wiu ro- state Immediate Choice.
I Y. dace.the night cost of living.. It is'said that the feeding of sweet "If could read the future,what
Now it the best 'time to potatoes toi hens stop production! you .
J' prepare egg kind of a prophet would you I like to C
M the loll and turn under the weeds. Is this a fact? Is it not due to.absence ,
: grasses and compost.: Every effort' of'.animal food to balance the be 7""A profiteel'BaJUmoreJAmerl)- }
.' .' along these lines will be rewarded ration? Overfeeding.of sweet potatoes -
s'1- by an early growing and ripening of ,-or under feeding of beef scrap can. .- -
Vegetables. or.milk will cut down the egg yield; -,
Make part of your hens' ration of
.t 666 quickly: relieve ConetlpitlonSi vegetables but be. sure they get the IS FULL OF PEP

". Biliousness Los of''Appetite and ,animal .part, too. ,
Headaches. due to Torpid Uver.-dv. ANDJERGY NOW
.. W. are proud of the confidence doc

CARE, AND, MAINTENANCE' 1 tore, druggists and the public have THIS YBOR CITY, FLA, MAN DE-.
In 666 Chill and Fever Tonle.-Adv)


1 r \ The newlv planted Bermuda grass CAME HIS STOMACH TROUBLES
S a field should b< allowed ample oppor, HOTELS. AND NERVOUSNESS '
I .
4 tunity to become weU established before '
The winter ,,
question .of producing :
M --
.. being pastured.. On 'the ,lIarht'and lambs.for market in Florida has been There t Is no telling Wn.t." deranged ""',Jv \.
,'. '( \ dry types soil special care mentioned a number of times by ft' ,
stomach will bring on; constipation -
should be.observed to avoid stocking:
\ stockmen: but'leem. never td have kidney disorders,' liver troubles,' ',,
beyond normal of the
r capacity
A '
I I'A IJ pasture. On the other hand, it has been>>. put into actual practice. Prof. catarrh nervousness, ye.-nd even
been found at the Florida Experi-.:1 H..Rolfs, director,of the 'Experi; rheumatism. has often been traced '
meet Citation I
I ment Station that animals usually. says there seems to bea directly to a disordered stomach. I "
good opening for some'one to try i "I suffered' from a disordered
prefer the younger, more nutritious! .
this out in the "
i the
same way as pro- stomach for three years, declared
and tender growth and that-the nn-V
der-stocked pasture will be graced duction of broilers for the tourist Mr. Joe Peters of Ybor City Fla., a '
J close in spots while in others'the hotels has been-carried on by poultrymen. Well known cigar man. "1 had a ,t I
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_Lbrr' Noay' 'gals' 'Uao.' Tla- . larger and older growth will be left Heller Asst.'Secy. National lump in my stomach and an awful : ;
untouched. A. a means of obviating l Wool .Growers' Association, ,soreness all the time: I spent.lots j
.5 L- writes .follows: and took all the medicines r
S of
this objectionable tendency it is often money
"You are altogether wha$ recommended to for stomach .
-' .desirable to divide the pasture so'- farmers ) me
\ ( that 'yon say abount Florida putting trouble, and got no results from any :
. We Vouch for Them tured. Where IfJ'azlne'may this system be is Judiciously pas--|> their lambs on the m.rket.rly. of them; Things went from bad to .'
for the tourist trade. Since tw tour-
. followed '' ,,,wone and soon I was greatly troubled ,
the is
,._,.. -- .. pasture IfJ'aZed lit trade has been increasing in Palm
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with constipation nervousness -

a Of'all the tires that are made, ; facilities,-they employ many a an, subsequent down early uniformly restoration period and of "of rest growth)favorer I I I j]lamb Beach has',the been,demand going for-up by first leaps quality and.,ney ;trouble then came, and headaches I began and to 1 fcsei kid- :r'

., bounds.
: -why do you suppose we exclusive methods. This grass is very sensative to then that the It'I'of enough importance I i I flesh at an alarming rate.. ..
packer give
effects' of shade and any tall growth),attention con.ld.nblel)I I "I saw in. the newspapers how thin
to it. shipping
prefer to" sell United States of weeds or vegetation that might new medicine Dreco wa> # mpJi.h-
They to' can '
go greater
tend to smother ft should be cut with ing such miraculous retultji Ifl..cages
r m f Tires? .' lengths in testing, improvingand a by mowing some other machine means.Cultivation or.'held in control matter, but of .fact those not from only the Florida eo1'lbelt farmers that mine looked and decided even more that" tfopeless'here was than the

') perfecting the things that and Fertilization States should market their lambs medicine I needed, so I gave it n
Because they are ,made by The growing habits of Bermuda earlier than than they do in orderto trial and believe me, I am glad I did, 1
make ,good tires. / grass lead in time to a denseturf escape competition. ',because Dreco has done the work.'"
the very There is
biggest rubber'company no question but there is
achance j '
: or "sod bound" condition of the here for | 1 am well satisfied that Dreco
:L: .in the world. And they know We find it good business /fleld. This condition is u.lliree- Florid--. farmerto_ stands way above any common pat
t -
ognited by the light cotor of the ent medicine, and I think I ought to
"r sell United States. Tires. loss . 666 has more imitations than any .know." "
how to build good tires. grass, a of vigor, and a .-
quent reduction in the amount of other Chill and Fever Tonic on the Dreco is now sold by all progressive .
:r.. And-you will find it good feed produced. To prevent or 1m- market but -no one wants imitations. druggists the country over and
They are dangerous things in the is recommended in Kissimmeeby :-
p condition i I highly
this the pastureshould .
_ 4"They' have'chol e of
materials medicine
business to buy them. They be thoroughly disked or llne-AdY) the Central Drug Store.

.$,x ,-they have immense are here-a tire for every need. plowed should be annually.given at a This time cultivation when soil .V'V'99V"OOOOOOOOOOOO..OOOOOO.O. . . . . . . . _ . OOOOOOO.' \

moisture is plentifuL July or Au-
i rust! or during the period of the
"t United States heavy summer rains is .probably the HIGHLAND OAKS PARK }
most favorable time. When a sys-
., tem of rotation gracing is followed PIERCE (POLK COUNTY) FLORIDA

4, It Is a good practice to cultivate\ at
; are Good Tires the end of a gracing period: The HOME OF ;' :
1 ; rrass then becomes reestablished '

: luring pasture the is at following rest. Interval" when. Orion Cherry King Jr. 8th | \ :
We know United States ;
Tires are good Tires. That's why we sell them. Lespedeca is occasionally found ,

\ ., growing with ace with THE WORLD'S '
vigor to material increasehe GREATEST. YEARLING DUROC BOAR ,.
] Lupfer & Prather value of the .
this combination is pasturage.not general We will sell on Friday SEPTEMBER 5th., (day following

f': Mach Bros. espedeca should be encouraged as it 'FloridaState Swine Grower Meeting at Lakeland), a superb collection a
I. a palatable and highly nutritiousegunio.
of sWs and gilts bread to
.'. It is an animal plant producing
w 5- a seed crop and reseedingthe
{ (
r ground (from year to year after 'It CHERRY JR., 8th -
once becomes established The seed
crop usually matures early in November HIGHLAND OAKS DEFENDER

Bermuda and, grass where pasture it is 'abundant.cultivation and PATHFINDER'S WONDER 3rd.

should be ,,about that .
suspended until
IH : time. ,This practice will encourage Also 10 high class young bears. "* .
an increased growth of Ifspedecafor
( \ year, while early cultivation '.
;1 '. 1I 1\\ would prevent seeding, and ';' :- '. '
All visitors will be entertained by State Swine Growers' .
: ,: fe.aU. in 'a reduction of the stand. Asso
On poor sandy soils or ,where 'the : ciation. Bartow and Lakeland Chambers of Commerce and HIGHLAND '
growth of grass begins to indicate .
a Jack of soil productivity, fertilisers OAKS FARM.
be used to advantage. This :
should may be distributed upon the sur- ., Automobile trip from Lakeland iver Polk County' paved roads ', '

: face of the field just in advance of : through the. greatest orange and pho ;pLate section of Florida. Bar .' '. '
7 the plow or disc at the time of culti- s
fr vation. A moderate, dressing of' beeued dinner served at- Farm at I I. o'clock noon. Sale begins

,.. r .. table manure, scattered on spots : promptly. 'at |, P.; M. i
,' > .. ... .'. """ : _fmUlty.or".a,light-ap- .. -....... .
I 1 lication of some commercial fertilizer :
q ",'i containing a.nigh proportion of , WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND-COME. -= rt
,,'-j:: nitrogen will vbe' found ,beneficiaL : '
DrIed blood at the rate of 150 poundsper : :

ounds per cotton used patisactorily. >,, ,
Nitrate of''soda and sulphate : .8UR m.LOOIlIS. JH, J. POPE till i :
.r ,
M of ammonia both
are 'every

.,-..... ."'.. ", ;: r nickly: available,. but' being water : .'. Muager.. Firn.aid Hard Sept: j :
soluble much loss may result'where '
heavy rains follow soon after their I .
.pplfcatton. ."When they are) applied ., -
" : on moist soIL'however?and a period ,- .

i,, J_( ,. '.-- 10theN of comparatively' art no dry,other' weather fertilisers fal :t..-., .....,\.." ...,.... ..... ., ....- ." .. .-..\ .. ,.o..o..o.' .' .. .. . ,

that will more quickly promote
,. t'' ./' growth. These :may' be'applied at 1
w the rates of 100 and 125 pounds peracre' : Truck
: J for sulphate of. ammonia "and < Crops

SAY,. 1. 'streak ot.smobJuCk'that'lJ'r nitrate, of soda:respectively.: : .,,
'all i ,* <$ .
.' pep-Jn-jrour-srnokecootor, right-If'"O\1l1 .
)t' 'ring-In'with a jimmy pipe cigarette, papers and High 'costgraln: "ind mill products : '','We. offer' ,a wide range'of formulas for truck crops in different
/, ; I Anil IomePtiCCtlAlbert; for;packing!, make the norida''poWtr7 keeper' section of the.state-any' analy'sif(yon' desire, proportioned 't

:., f r, -- wonder if something cannot be don ; to give .steady' growth with: 'minimum waste.
just batweeii"oorseirest sapp..hagallotgtie.amok to reduce,expenses. Dr. Nw W..Saanborn.extension '
: you *Has. ,In. .
Send for Fertilizer
,specialist atth.College'of ;Catalogue giving full .deecrip %i
T( :never win wiae-op to bigb-epot' U.n'rho .never.1) before could; >
S making Lion the Ideal Brand..
Agriculture of '
... .. \
\ Knobs-joy until csfl smoke pipe :and who've -
yon cm a pip a men ,a suggestion c in his state work "
?l' .1 by Its first asms, then to bit the smoked pipes for yew all testify that' maybe helpfuL'*He-says that ,'. "

Ie t''' :' -plequre"OQIaD4 SQasrs. ,to thed Ughtttb OQtl..P.A:._ over ,in bo.,England during; .the war, j .
r "''to Chit two- : can't"'bit*:or pmrohf' Both are" the attempt, was made to : Vegetable. Book ,

+ ;Prince '; ;CQtpatby.OQI' exclusive pat.nt.dpreens ': feed .laying. hena .without ,any' grain Contains-
's. A1baton71 or mill ,products.; The ration!. that thirty-six pages totInformation on the crowing
Wen be so aD- re4 '
; was made up of cooked vegetables "h ef. commercial, vegetablee .also 'Irish potatoes strawberries -
,, ,happy yoall want tt* eta photo* Right;DOW whOe the"f coingaCood I and fish IDeal'.pparutl,. brought ) ;'
melons and encumbers.: I request.,
i the good egg results,. maintained (he .
:graph yourself breezing
r' op you get oat year old Jimmy WeJpt"u4 health of the hips ,and I . \ ,
r' ? ;r pike with your smokethrottle wide pipe or the papers and land on' was low, cost.. The.,hens; war fed ;

(I' \JTBcbput\ amoAe-epgrt/: .>IICIu.P'::Aafor..A.t-altJ. 7OUI' ,t. this' cooked' mash' twice- of, three '''Wilson'&,Toomer Fertilizer Co.Mhdidvers .
times dad bad an --occasional cabbage
_,: "{ a .' ,Quality makes Priaos Albert. so, ,:particular. .amoJteappetfte. / to, pick, at,' but wen kept on .- tae J Fertifiier ,

\Sea ."_.ea.-....... ..1. bare backyard with no grau..On '* '
; ...Y..vw J'' w,' this feed some of the hens laid. ,as .. ... s, _' *-JackseariOe., Fla., -'
; &
: I"a-\. \ = =.......... I. many twenty-three) .*_g*. 'In, ,a ,,
. '.. / ( month. .
"" f R.rJ.'R.ynoldsiobaceo'Company 'Winrton-SeJemrN. .. -i I Part'of the:;secret of the good remits ... . t..i..o..o .. ...... . ... .. .
:. 1 p. wes due to the ten per' cent fish II! ..
: b.... < meal that made up part of the cooked .
.r. maah. .Florida-. iou tr 'menr must 'always "1890 STJ.U."DOlNG"

I A Greet KessWy. the to owln.b7"P\ : H. Dear, a''hotei: There ..will 'he 'arsr"' ,,. ''U'OP'' 'of : .remember that animal food I :- .J Map.a trade; ,and wM.d e.-BUSINESS w.o haveuoecl ,1019'. .
"'' \ :The' merits of Chamberlain's. Colic man at Mont, should be part of the ration .., eurfeN6ar
= Dupnyer, : "Four years sweet potatoes this ;year In Florida but the question can well be raised: ,.v; .yssr afar, ""tlCulwa8 lay noarp.rd'! a..r aood 10 shear :
laDd Diarrhoe, Remedy are well known ago 'I used.Chamberlain's: Colic and than ever'' before, from all ,reports.! 4 'y e.ieiion aN our bell adv td..e.s ;Out prlwp not .alwa".,..... ; f
'auxl''appreciated,- but ;there. Is occa- Diarrhoea Remedy with such;.'wonderful In digging keep the tubers'from' being Goads CaaseOrtp sadLAXAUVXBKOMO ttrlts.ags : ". ,fara.lwe'IDN"K ewe pb.wives lie.QUALITY. a ......erd.r II meld.r and 0".d will_to r too vea i hiJh.,.d ,...,YYf1ay.,; '

;J hr-.D7' .', man who has had : ft'.QIta"tha" have since'recomintnded exposed to the bet son; '... much r pus BXCTMtesiMM**(be.II lNSECJ1CIDu.Sl'UTEBS. rouLncr aupl'UISt:
taaee with them'ud.pthould.roadk. !'it, to ,ray tri.eD! i."'. ,- err l-1f.. M ..... see OiYtsrs ''B 0. PAmTIm FERTILIZER co. -
j as'. possible. ,. ,'A....... : ;.w..Qovrs........Ntea. are. .. :. . -- ---- -- .. '.- D.: PI-u .
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iEXiiY I 4 .ITATBMB1VT.' ai I ,dish o J&Stfrator.. -' ,, ta'eheQ1tee0f- r o.-.

: rlorldA,
: OF 'MAde under Section, tai Chapter.1.IIM 1 1fr t "" lttrler table:, ,' .Lot . "
,,Lave of showtBsr the amount 1 rer.l = N.rta1 "(1..0' Lehr .
of U&" char to the Tax Collootor' ." 1
eceept JO foot off theorem, side "
. r of Osoeola County Florida,, to be ool 1 kitchen oate.ofreasor. of.-of of W.. A. Pet .
.Ido; ,. I sitar alruo U at present .was'at' '' warm,;;weather, ,,a* k looted for the current year, A. D. :1818. 1 . Addlt/M 11'W' of Klavimmooortda.
and the apportionment of the ear to 1 wash sand City, with tke,
and have here in Florida. f
be the .
posed to ruling planet wo to..ehr .
i 4 '_overall i .
the funds for which taxeahave cupboard.And menus,
)en this i* the cat ,th*.period call Our neighbor/.satisfied* and .4AM tiDPlf been levied.Arvoi . l' box. h.rlt.n&*. -a", 1'area.

dog day; ar with us. .Thla :year family', appear, well with itlks ....uses*, of) .,....,. ....... 't" Osceola H.INORAV'' Purchaser at ; F for-.deooV
closely a*' w. can ''calculate.; thy our climate? and ,we.,,can nit ',,on the II.... latr A. m 1019. 4. ahertl.* of. ., Dated Ibis. '.,da PS3. ,"Ja.j. .0 1

an on-th.23th 'da,. of..July. and front porch' and enjoya. >fro*.concerti To Amount, OKNBRAL Assessedi.! .$!-...l..,. 1-'" 181.. ,1.

end, on ,the 6th day,'of, SspUm-i nearly, ,Their" young Amount Collected .......... lt.itt.II I Oc or EXECUTOR Special w BCaWII.

including both day, Inclusiv.,lady; ,daughter combined ,with her rtMlXHMharve. ). XRJBB, AKERMAN t 'STUWI .
,_ it i* seldom that we have any other talents ha a, fine ,knowledge Balance to 'bo Collectecl..ll'U.tT .Solicitors for Complainants1t.. *

tied weather during that 4O/ day. of music,' and thiat united tea aweet Amount.Covsity Assess t KoooVTo .._..,tt.JO..t.$ I., 0..o<.Covsity BtatoVof J.**' ... xoTica .'AyrticATioN.roi'NOTICB ,.

N od. A littlo' plea of..what ( 'voice, .create a, pleasant houn'.' '''-. said .estate, and 'ulc" ( Amount. Collected ,.-....a. .. Ta 're lrwto-H..C.beee, '.
! called 1 'dedicated to teat croatlon'for''' u* old' fellows. aL '' '" '
poetry *: \ Ib' ,
, rainfall Dated June'14th. X;: Balance to be 1.S14.41 NoU.Is hereby .;.I." ,I to whom' 1 HKRJCBT onrtntv That
p od: unexpected Monday 'I Lied A rovtoltoro may that on the 18 th day of Marian rR.. KI.r.' .L. Lupfer.. ,
igh diddle, diddl., I morninrcoolod'tho: air ao that a coat $5oaFIRST-"*"mo. . : To ''Amount Assessed, ",.._._....01..,. .cnoer.. 'I l 110 Twill apply to i- .H- ** r'J purol. ,of.; 1

r h.'' cat'and the fiddle, ,' was n Nd" company, and w* appreciated DIITRICT- \-m: u .Collected. --..-........ ..4...i5 of the said Honorable'Court. aa. rM.I MurPhrL Judtr-,'.c.rat.Au..t.No.,- U'.'I dte4, ha.

..e' cow jumped over the moon.h. the coolnos oufflciently to for goal discharge Executrix in myefdce'sod.' has .
" OsceoU County' : Balance to be Collected__... 1.'"." mf as mad.appUcatten
little boy laughed to *eo the pull on our old one.. \,, Inr Vuleanlalns Shop, Special PvMlcMy, of the estate of Lewis H. Cohoon. deceasodl -!' .fortaa deed. ts l.eae is ,
fun |I I The Democratic Rooster now rulessupreme. : Mercury Tire Co.. To Amount Aaeeased -...--...,.1..0. and that at the, same time I :accordance Bald oertlAoato' ,may
and '' fendant'* above Amount Collected _._.:....*. I.te6TS will present my. flnal koeouats .Bx- embraeoa. .. described! ,
.nd. the' dog'ran? away with, the : ,Ruff Muff ,have: ro* ,. eontrlx of .aldtostato. and for property.' Situated In
k < poon. ? signed 'all extraordinary ri.hta.pnJ. take tachment notice Issued that,In by Balance to' b. Collctsdr.;; 1.171.10 their' Febfiary ul' Flon4... to-wttl Lot 10 ooola< Count.'

During' this period thousand.of'vionily' claimed. and thl reduce th* the following property o.-a ....... Dated "Ub 1.1.. dla.The Bald land belnassessed..'" .

by excessive heat entire matter to; where itf; originally; on, as the property To Amount Assessed ..._.:.-U'.10 .R A COHOON. the data of lsenanc..f said oertlfloeto"
'pi. overcome In the
; tl-o-a-m.tnv. Kxeontrtx name ot A.'Smith.Unless said
to-wlt Five ,, Amount Collected ..._.._1. :... 11,151.51 .
' ..and stood.' certificate
J. shall
ID ourJ.arcnortb.m, cities iI! hands bo redeemed aoooroV
it r tonrlsts'leavtng-, .. couth ;toold I I Miss Jessie Cornell .ha*'.so farfre- press Co.of I'at'Klselmm the : ",;i Balanoeto* be '. Collected...... ,,,1I.JU.$ JfOC'or. ,..O"JfTo. ,' tax deed will Issue thereof

, the heated term, occupy; o.* covered her h..lth.AI b* able to to command you that , rob .>a.ol Oto*. Now L ... D.. on 1511.SEALI the day .'of .September" 'A.., D
of September 1.1. To, Amount .Assessed ...,.T: _.._M. 1 .T4 ,
be moro the parlor' of the .
in-baked cities; leaving a countryhero once queen and of C State ( J. L.
to appear : Amount Collected _. .. _. 1,105,41Balance fa ;
; e - = OTRII1.
the sun strok i* never dealt. ,,houhold.: ,Rex bat enjoyed aeveral'pleaant tion, Given under m, Clork Circuit Court. .'
x Grape ar ripening fast and ar chat with tUt accomplished this 1st day of Au..s to be ,Coll.oted..r: :'ll>t.ll '.- e.i. -. r.olda' T 14-lt
tod and abundant. Rx- domiciledth 'OunJr.lad,. during the lt few ( BAD ... i .rob .e.... D.... Its, .. Is ro ri1.1.M ./area Jh AddleNotice .
) ; 14-4t ' To Amount Assessed ........._.1..0 !. hereby given .all who. MOTICH .ArrucATioK rosfc TAX
t his friend William Temple. The day*. -v First District Oseeola Amount .Collected, 'U.-_.--._._, I04.T It may'eonoern.that, on the "lll DBBDbNotice .
? d gentleman has 'several fln. vine I| John still continue* with the. i ice of September A. D. UU.l -

d they are certainly full, not only; plant and his accurate knowledge, of NOTICE. "'fl, Balance to' be 'Collected__..._':llt..4 to the Honorable T. Judge 'la hereby Slvn. That A.-Dlo-'
machinery make him of Mr.Butler' DEED., sob ...... Dlot. Ho. 5. of said 'Court a* Judge : f:fondorf. ot Tax Certificate* ."
but' ones. ono purb.r .
good largo ;
grape, Amount Assessed. ..__.,-$1.111.11 my: Seal dlscharro as" Noa.,' ttl. "1..,dated tho Tt
Our'mail service continue in the most valuable aid*. Edi.on Notice I* h.r.ti.; ; ;:' Amount Collected 7w...._:-.-. 1.570.11Balanot the'estate of Sarah J. Addis. I day of" A.. D. 'l*ls. and TaCertificate '
|try best shape, and w* fully appro-*!relieve John at night. and with Mrt. Foster J purchaser of : and that at the same. time I will prosent al..t' dated the Ind dar
ti ate tb effort of carrier to Cornell a* one of the best cook in.th1 No. 'II. ''dated.the-' to be :Cd lfeot.d......";,1.SI4.I6 to said Court m, Bnal acoounts a* D. .1.. ba filed said "
in our A; 1.17. has filed ... ...> .e.... Diet How B." Administrator of said estate, and. my has.' =.
.sep it that cdndltlon. ,. country we have in ourmidst my i'of floe,r and ,has 're ''Amount Assessed ..-__._..11.11 for their .., rl.t fortax deed"to Issue la
Th }flnal settlement of the mileage a useful and noteworthy family. for tax deed to .. Amount Collected -..__-. --.?_ <0..1 .t9c ..prl 114.- A. IV 1.1. with' lug Bald'certificate
with law. Said .. a WAQNBR, '. oltowlnsj"'
: embrace the
:count with our returned //soldier REX ---- D
i the following, .. Balance to be Collected..'...... 14..4i ,.AdministratorMASTBB'S property,' In"Oscsola 4..n.
.as cleared the principal amount due uated /nlO.oeoia Sob Beh... ]01... He... 4W, lorlda. -4 Semm leLandInveutment F
' government. The 'amount, The Beat.Phyalc. wit To Amount A._.."' ---i....1S.10 :' BA1JB. Company's Bubdivisionof ,
1'' 6.76. was not *o much, but. when When;you want a'' pleasant 'physicItty'Chamb NW U Section !$. Amount \.Collected _._..-.e..- :jtT.ll Boetlon S Township It *V Range to
South. Range 81 NOTICE 1. that Ii .
East given un4.rand
hereby East Lot Land 4k Invest.enent
u'com. to make out a bill of grorie rlaln's Tablet: They. are belnsr assessed at the Balance toXbCollectedj: : ._._ tJ.1t by virtue of a Final Decree dated "l.mlnol.divlsion ,of. Coco
for homo use and can < have a of said certificate In the 56th day of July, A. D 1.1. In tlon 11 *, '
to tak* and{mild and gentle Inetrect. Hard ..' B ,' Township t g. Range I* E.. 'J
check like that to back it' un. ;you can WV Ordway.Unless To Amount ssOBsed.,>n.>_ .ttl.lK5.'lO the case of John Wark and Sarah E. Lots I andBeralnole Land & Investment

urJb.: e enough to-last--several-days.. ., ,:They are highly'; priced by; shall be- redeemed .' Amount Collected _._.__.. 11101.11 .W..k' his wife, complainants..Vereus Comp, Sub-division of Boo
'" tax deed will Issue Graves.'Jr. and Grace Eleanor Ion If 8. Raoa-e SO
k ,ThI hll goes to prove that w* have eople who have become-jacqualnted 15th' day "Of B ..'"to' be'ColleM dr;';;.;-.- t 1.11.11TIe" O raves-his_wlf e:._.TampaHardware Lot fl Seminole Land ... Jt
the beet conducted government. on 'with their good qualities. They cost (SEAL) J. U BnidlmtloB. Company, a' oorpraton. and Knla-ht Sub.dlvi.lon''of"Seetlon-5.-

the globe. Just stop and think for Clerk Circuit. Court.- To Amount. Assessed <.?....$10.44.IJ & Well Com Defendants"( $0 8. Range SC 'Ea.t... The t ,
j only' qutirter.xMARY' Florida Amount .Collected. .. ._ ., 1.1..... pending Circuit Court belnr the' 4.t.
,, a moment-but a short tint ago wo t .: Wet By S. H. ? ? of' the Seventeenth Judlcal Circuit of I..uafo. of said eertlfloatos In r.
i ??bad over two milion men three thou Balance to be Collected---.700." the State of Florida. In and' fur Oae- the name P.
and 'miles from home, and the PICKFORD ROMANTIC NpT.CIII.B.al84 ape lal H. 01.... New t, ola County,' In-Chancery,. the ..n4.r.MeCalllster and J. 8.\ Klncan. 'I'
.... _... ,.13.48 signed as Special Master In Chancery.will said certificates bo
dreaded between 'and ENLISTS"And To Amount A. ed $1 .hal
bids wii' be '' Amount Collected ,:.. _.. I," 7.10 sell at public outcry, for pa.h Inhand cordingto, law,' deed .11
i Now the bulk of them are at tb.m'j I I Board of County (: T to the hlrhest bidder" at the {thereon on the Ithdar

and discharged, and their now cotb.; ever dainty Osceola County Balance to be 'CollectedB _.. .1".151 front door of the Court House In KIsslmmeo D. Ul. .
1 aU settled, and most of them back at delightful and Insouciant Mary; Pick ... September 1st 1.1 ...lal n. Diet. 111a r Osoeola County. Florda dur. IA COURT BIIIAt .)
. .
tlon Inr the legal hours of JT.
of following
the "
To Amount __ _
Assessed . a515.8o4.71Amount : OVER8TREI
their. former Jobs. ford the nation' beloved,-in a time- be constructed of Collected -i--;._ lt.161.11 theist' day. of September. A. D. ,,1:1;! of the Croult Courl 0 ..
? Rex can look back over th* past ly patriotic photoplay; abounding' in wit: :Lewis Johns, Crab the following described property County. 1.1t r't'
and Bay Barber Hammock be Collected't1, - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- -- -------
that Balance to .
truly; say h* rejoices over the most delicious ( humor, unique in '
the fact that ,we were unable to separate its setting > tp.Nsi-R. Diet. No. a- "
i Lake, Orange and To Amount Assessed _.._._ 16,161.61
the two section of the coun. veritable protest against the old erts and Jenle Amount Collected _......;:..J S.tiLli "

try. during the 60', but contends, adage "there 1* nothing-nw-, under J. I* J I __ ._ :_ _ _
i that the war wa of the greatest the uu." Clerk of Board' of Balance to'be "Collected.____'; 1,800.47 \ "" . .
benefit era_ Dated"April tat. A. n. 191.3.. Made under Section SI. Chapter II.I Law of Fldrlda showing-- the
to the South for the colored ,i For, decidedly, this new Artcraft I I J. L. OVKRBTRhBT.: .moanC
of tana charred to/the Tax Collector of Osceola County,' to
population was increasing *o rapidly picture ."Johanna Enlist*"-taken NOTICE FOR Clerk Circuit, Court. OsoeoUt County lected for the current roar 1818.and the apportionment Florid to th.

r that in a few year they would ,nave ,'from the tory by Rupert Hughes, Florida several funds for which taxes have- ln" ...Ie t..lm.

.o greatly outnumbered the white "Th Mobilizing of Johanna," i* decidedly Department Land Office of at the 'TATI IIIIINT. PPaT.ON.e.'or COUNTY FUND*,' ..

' people in the South that it would the richest, newest, most delectable Auruet. 9. 1915. I INOTICEKIs I -." November .t A D. ISIS.. -'-

.have been a continued menace. comedy' dealing with modern hereby Made under Section II Chapter' MM REVENUE: ,

It would appear that real estate in day that wo have seen in a month ard B. Addl.on, of Law. of Florida, showing the amount To Amount Assessed ..._...-....-.-...--.. _, ._1.$15,810.7/ --" "
our i I. of : value when the who. on April 11. of taxes charred to the Tax Collectorof Amount Collected .......____. ,,........._. $11.1.1.<
i city com of Sunday stead Entry No. Osceola County. Florida to bo col- Amount -of Tax Sale .--..___-_.-.-...._.........._.., r
Grayston hotel and out buildings The comedy i* supreme sal the KWK. Section, t, looted for the current :year, A. P. 111, Amount of Error. and ..Insolvencies >..-_....._... f< l.tot.oe
sell for'$32,000" cash, and it would theme I.I timely. Johanna i* a char Range 17 E., and the apportionment otw'a: same to Balance to bo CoU.ot.d. -?..-.?....-........-...._. r. 009.00
further that few tourist h. filed notice of the several funds for b taleshave
I appear a actor who will' never be forgotten.Will Three-year Proof to -.--

are expected during. the coming. ..- be seen at the Casino next. to the land ,above tpp.I'tI..t been levied.'*f Cooeity. .......> PINE AND FORFEITURE: ;IIUO.T. !11.110.7

,son, especially* we also have as'fine Tuesday. / Clerk Circuit Court, I I'I N... .... A. D. ISIS.' To Amount ..... : '.'Ol.. ,
a hotel a* the Manhattan only ins, .on the day QBNBRAL.. Amount Collected -. '11.1 00.4*

short distance I| it killer.It 1b15. To Amount Assessed -._.--.-"1.10.1'Amount Amount of Tax Bale _____._....._. 1 It."*
,..,ja away. Rub-My-Tism a great pain Claimant 'names a. : Collected ...-!._..? S1.4S6.0S Amount Brrors and jn.olvencla .. __..,_._, JOO.'.
:' Klssimmoe has the good fortuneto relieves,,pain and soreness caudby :John Altemeyoc. of ,i Balance .O be Collected ...__._..__...___... ._ 500.00ROAD'
: number among its citizens some. Rheumatism Sprain Paul Ohyeellnck. of Balance to bo Collected.0,111.71 .
.,. ; Neuralgia, A. .
I.' of the best men in the state of'Flor.1 etc.-(A....) ,H. Redgravenof C mmtr Road \ t ...70. t,401.70 1Ti
"i( I To Amount Aaeeesed .__.___111,301.01Amount AND ,, .
ida. Prominent among them i* one ROBT f'f Collectedr.w. __ 1..0..... To BRlD.... ......__.. __....,,10t.O.,,
who for many year has been rocog-j If there are any puny little chick tf-Ct. AMount Collected .. ........-...... K;..-..-.. '17.571.14Amount
>nixed a* a loyal business man, (R. en In flock catch them and Balance to. be Collected.5,1$8.01. of Tax: Sale ",_.-._.._._ y
8' T. As president of the ice your Flaw Forfeiture Amount of Errors and Insolvencies .___?.._ : 01.1.
,, Butler J>ok them over for lice,. especially; in To Amount Assessed, .--__..$...01.0 Balance to.. be. Collected.'_____. ___..__.... .000.00.
** displayed; an executive their' heads. '. Made under Section Amount Collected ..... .- .' -
? ? "
a''? ability; in the. management. of that t(,. .- .. .. n iRubMyTIgm Law. of Florida '." I1..S01.0.IM.1II.10. . I1..SOI.O

.t plant, which has carried,, to, its i* .. powerful antiseptic of of'charged County to, Balance to be Collected.1,04hit. GENERAL SCHOOLFtTND:> :' . .

present eminence. Without ice our ; it; kill the poison caused I.cted for the current To. Amount Special Assessed PeiMldty.,_-___._.$,"/1.0l ,, Amount.To Amount Collected Assessed.- ;._.....;_. -__. ._._: .._._-.. _.... > '11.. '..'

% city would be .in a bad condition,'.and from ,Infected .cuts, .euro old ors, and the :r't :;:. : Amount Collected' ...._'\..-._ 1.141.1 Amount of Tax Bales- _._.____.__.. 434.11
'i no such thing a* an ice famine ha* tetten oto-Adr.) the e Amount of Errors and Insolvenclesg , 1,854.0 _
been known to exist' since that ,. bar been.levied < Balance" to be Co11.cted..:.... -418..11'' Balance to be Collected ??...,.._- I--------\,.." \ .'. ;I 000.0"I
I .
.n.1 ApNrH. e.est o Gems! *... .. '
tleman baa had ,the plant, in char ; .." ", .t W}" <' / .'
4 N. let. A. To Amount Assessed.ll......10 .t, ". '
Mr. Fennell 1 still continue to work '. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Amount Collected ....,.,... 10.IH.44 PUBLICITYressed + "I ,' .1".l. .1.111.. .'

on that wonderful garden of his,, and I To Amount Assessed : 6.i IPIIICIA. Ase .,.-----." .
Amount Colleotede '' .
Balance to be Collected : "
it I I. surprise to people to see NOTIce OF APPLICATION FOR TAX ? Amount Collected _. 11.11.1,
a our .
.. :
h School D..... 1'...... N of Tax SaleAmount f'r .....'
.what can be,, done bore in tho ?city i .R'DEED._ .. Balance, to. be To AmountAssessed. _._..'..._1.010.74. Amount ofErrors: ,and .Insolvencies _a.r._ 0 '110.10

,"' on a"little piece of land 60x30 yard Notloe Is hereby given, That Anna Amount CeliBtr Assessed.' : I ITo |I Amount Collected .i-_..__e.e '' B.n., be'Collected __._.__..,_._?_. __.._. '000.00,

There are other place and many of M.r Peck purchaeor of Tax Certificate Amount Collected Balance 'be, .... -
to $
: i 4.4T i
Co"ete t ft1.Otf,54L1;
them tb.t'could be treated in a similar No. 1011 dated the Ind dar of Sob .e.. ..,, ,,
;> manner with '''like results. For July. A.In D. ofnoo.has and filed has said made certUncato Balance to-. be . To Amount Assossed ,_J._..._.-S.4.40 HAD Amount Assessed ___ .___. ._...- 0'' .f
my application ..._ ..... I : ._ ,,111. i f.
instance, connected with the. Cornell's tora&Iee4:; to Issuer In accordance To Amount- A = I|I I Amount ColI.ct .. __ 214.14 Amount Collected .' i-r... ___;. ..-. ......._... '11.14'9.

.. flee.v residence there v is i, land with- law. 'Said "vcertificate Amount Collected Assessed.....> Balance to'be'Colfeetid.._ ,!'' (1.41 0'.'Amount ,-of ; Tax, Sale ..._...___.-.__...._.__...', i .1..1 Y
1 1d and 1,014.30
the' described of Insolvenoles'.a.--t
embraces following :
"'U cultivated tot 'Jrre' :
enough properly Sob ff .
: '' School 111. to ; 000.00
0. Balance . '
'furnish with abundance property, situated. In O.ceola"CountyFlorids Balance' to be To Amount |t..U l- '-r 'H ; ,
< a family 'an "
; : '
to-wit: r.ot 10 Block SI*. of 'Aa..e
of vegetable ..-> *>4 the Town of St. Cloud The,.ald land To-Amount i.: Special.Aseeeeed P ' ol! . ._.t----, .,... _ .5--. ., ..' .". _. : / '( ..$51,160.10. ,/iis.le .

.',; AU o I. ..retiring'-withaolndld botnar'assessedat-th* datO'-Of the Isuanco'.of. Amount Collected, .... to' 'Collected.121,04! TICK ERADICATIONS! ,
. .., ,, ,
said $n'the'pame. Blanc. ... $
certificate < Asseseed'ar.r --
andethebreeze.4fromth.'At.iatlc.eean'on Amount +
.. .' .
sob cho el, Diet. _
grace of H.-i. Trainer. Unless'said certificate Balance,.to b""' \' To Amount > (Amount ,Collected ._. ,.-....--r.-..-......_. ,
; the one, side and thetialf b. redeemed according ate Aeeeeeed .. .Y.$5T.25 ._.. ..._... .. .
\\.U> 'f'< ._... ... Amount Collected ,.VJJIIJ.(0.7) Amount of Tax: Bale .. .j.I'f"I, -
of ,M.xico.ontb.oth.r.nd.; :; r law. 4.ed. will Issue ,thereon on To :Amount Assessed |!I I : ..T-A r I.T, 'Amount- of Brrors and Insolvencies ,.__.-.,..a,, .

L' the ,peninsular i a most agreeable the SEAL IItb 'day. of J.September A. D. 1.1.t AmountCollected,:, ';..... Balance'.'to be'' Colleeted.a. ,.,.11.44 Balance. to'b Collected'a'i- '," .
( ) t.OVER8TRBBT. .
: I ... 'B. '
'place!, Clerk CircuittCourC; Osceola :: County; Balance''to, be 'lotAmount: Assessed bal DUrt.rNow,4k. ,IlS .10 ' ; : ' -/ 10.,1'/ : w.
\ h considerable ''warm'weath*. -, 'DISTRICB."NO.'i ,
: are: om*: Florfds.-.a' ... ....-1 \ ,; SUB'&HOOL(! ;
-- r 11 '
: or.but; not.of long--continuance.' Rex 17-tt., Byv5.r. H> Bt1LL CK., rxC. To Amount Assessed ; ( mount.,001.C-' *. jBalance To.Amount'A.scased'---__'?.,.10.t' 1 i.1 '-- \
W. ; Collected- Amount;Collected 'I__ ___.__" , .1." .'_.
lias '. the Blue Amount Collect to be '. i d
pont *ammeron -.-- u--
.1, ..... ,
I NOTICE FOR PUBMCATIOM. '- ,' m. *.,Amount of 'Tax Sale *- ..-....--_ '
f;{::'Rid 'mountains duringrwhich! there. Insolvencies .... ,.'
<< :' Balance to' ;be. oneot To' Amount $55,561.10 Amount of Brrors and .1

., De Ofnoo.arfinentof at Oaln.erille.r.FIai the interior.., :IT.,July,B. Land: ,28 To, 'Amount..!>. .e"Assessed*.! D" ';(!Amount .Aa..4. ....,<_._.> ,.. .., Balance. to'. bo. 'Collected ..-..._, ..(IA",1.----' .. tr, .7.,,, -'' 000.00''

FEt ING .:MOET'UVERLAZY 7: : 4'1''. .' 111 NOTICE''is f. 'hereby.' Avon ''that Ola Amount' Collected. ,- Bala'c.- Tick be-Collected Hro. (ratlo_.... ,11." i.ItBCoLDIBTRICNo." 'l.. ", . '_ ".' .. ,..1..1.010.71. ...a", "'' '. $5,010,74'. .i,

H. .Hunt of Kleelmmee Fla.? who, on Balance to be Collect. To Amount Assessed ,._.._tl. ., .. .-- ,1'.0 .
April 18. 1.17, made Homestead En. rob ehool DI. ITo. I('Amount Collected _,...... '.1..1 Amount con.ot.,.. .._.,.-__. .. .. ?_. ',,..,
? No. 018876, for Lot !, ? .
try. Sea U. Tp. .;Amount Assessed ,: Amount_ Bt. *:. _. ._ ___. A' '
t. 8.. R. 10 B., Lot 1 See 11 and Lots Amount Collected _|' alan to be ORL86 Amount, of Brrors __ 1.1. )
.! land ) of Section I*. Township 19 8., Special H. Diet. Me. 1. '1. ''Balance'to bo,,Collected, ,In.ol.'cI..r ......... ,. 000.0
.' .
.TAKE .... C _.,
I 'A. CAIOTAB Range 11B. .TaU..n. Meridian Balance to :be 0I1 ;To''Amount Assoased ... !l.Amount :. 'j .J
notice. -- .
HWonderful; ,.-, .. ,,' has filed ofIntention. to; make ..k.chel ![ Collected; ,_...-,.,, .. 1..0 II/MA
Commutation Proof, claim .
; To Amount Assessed -. f SUB SCHOOL 'DIeTRICNo I., -, .
How .Younf. aad Eeerget'Ic to the land;above described before ..mou''t. Collected._ ; "'Balance; to 'be Collect.d-Uw.. To _. ,. --_-_-... ;.1..1..4.. -r-
:+ Yon Fool After Tbit Nauealet Clerk. Circuit. Court.. at Kleelmmee, .. Special R. .. X- ..U.1 Amount Collected ._.,_ .... -.__..a.+r'. .(2,405.0 11
Fla-, on ,the,Ith. day of. September, Balance' to, be 'Amount DIn ." Amount of Tax Sal..u.r..a-.a__.w1 1.1 1 ,
;. .* .,CaJo.ea ,Tablet; 1., claimant.. '' ..!.';...... ,;:Amount .A.a..d1'.104.,, Amount of Errors and Insolvencies' _._.._. lt: ? l
names as 'wttneases': q/ollected .T Tr. J.t".1llc. ,
\ To Amount Assessed Balance'to .be Collected,_, .... : $0,0
A W. W. Hancock of 'Kleelmmee.; Fig Amount Collected :,;,.. to be Collected.. ., 4.410.50 _."..' ," J' j e c
'tf'you: have not tried: Calotab.*' }you Beth Then of Klielmmee,, Fla. ; ._etal H. If S.I , ,, """1 :. ., ,,11',4., .,.1,1.....
'4iavoa: 'delightful. lurpris, awaiting' John F. ,Lyons, of Klsslmmee, Fla.IO. . Balance be'' co : ) To' Amount ...D18&_ .t'.111." SUB SCHOOL1 DISTRICT No., I, J f J :q'.' "''. '.. \. ,. ',
.,, .... ,..Wood, of Kls.lmm" Fla, ) .,11.$1k .t
'J; , .. I Amount, Collected -j... 4-.874.18 -To Amount Assessed'-- -: _:_ ,
The wonderful, "
ypu. liver-cleansing >i t': ROBT.,. .W,, DA'VI8? To Amount Assn d .. ( . '.. Amount-Collected ..t.-- .A. " /1071
i and system-purifying properties "'of tl-Bt- --. Ree ster.NOTICH Amount Collected. ; Balance to bs Collected,-. 171.51' '.Amount of 'ErrOM'ana Inwlvencles.r.--; ; ,.1" y

i'j calomel may; now be enjoyed without AD.I'tISTR.&TOae. t ; I .De May.1t. A. D. ltl. Balance to bo Collected -....4...__ .\ .?.00.0..
or- ;
: Cal. Balance !to b."C ,I '' .
the lightest unpleasantness.' A ,
re. rtmmt Tide .red.. I( OVIIIRSTR.I i, '. 87.28 .'' 7.11
.< Dtoehara-p): Cek' Circit ,, i <;. "
; Court'
bedtime .
otab at 'with swallow of .
;'' a To Amount Assessed -- SUB SCHOOLS DISTRICT No. 'e. J' t:' .' '. ." .'
,} water-that'. all-:,)io taste," JiO salts, I. CoBr. 'of' (1.a--; JmMaState:: ..;{ Amount-<::OUeet'" -.**... j 'To&mQunt-A..a.ed 'Ullf" '.U..J J'
JTIerlAa, Ooecolo. SHERIFF SALE.I .', Collected .__ t'/" t
bor the slightest!; unpleasant elf.eta.rYo."wake . '!.tJO; ( .j, NOTICHOF Amount j :
bit .
in the Balance.. to" Amount of Tax *___.__-_-.___ __... .,' :J.
4 y; up morning feeling !. sovBatato of BaallV b.''T*..__.. f .- **..tal R. Diet I .Under'"and virtue of an Kxocutlon Amount .of e.and- InsolveacU -,_=__-' '"'r-',. '.. .-.n
1 so,good that yon :want 'to laugh Notice I. hereby glen to all whorif To 'Amount Assessed. .v I..u..d out of an'under the seal of the Balance-to,4bo ,Collected ._ ?r..o.t- I .W "tiotO.O '. h
;'f about }it. Your l tt clean,yourystem It-may concern that on the 'l 6th day: Amount Colleeted,, _, of th..P.a. Oourt Flnt Dis .,. !
.ldiver of D. .-. OsoeolaCounty. ., . ( . '
I* purth October A. HI/ i shall apply .to 4at.c ,,, t 1UU"8EC
;you 111.
wish the Honorable 'T. M. Murphy, Judge: ofsaid Balance to- bv OlI list day: of July '1119 : ROAD AND'BRIDQB AISTNa'1.l T" <,)" ,
.'1> Siearty.; ..Eatwhat yon noxianger. Court a* Judse.of Probate, topm.8na. -. Speeial R. Walter Plaintiff, 'and Mr*. A.-C. Aseeesed, _.,.... ...._ -.1..11 C,. : }
The time yon To Amount ... I. Defendant, t L. K. .
.1t next feel laly dlaoharse ad'\lrlx seed Dnn. Inll'ra. Amount Collected 'rrT ."$1L'H.'t
.i!. :moan;, nervous,, blue Ordlacoural of the estate of Emily. 0.. Tatman deceased Amount ,Collected, 1 of Oeola' County. ., Amount ot Tax* Sale _-_._-_.. _,___,___S4_. ."i4 ) .1. 'P _
thorough. ; and that at the same time I ..' levied > -will offer -for Amount of 'Errors and _. .. .. "" ''j' .
'give your' liver 'a cleansing wilt present to said Court my final ae. Balance.: t;.: -'be .. : I. to the bllh.a bidder for cash, on Balance o .In.ol..po.1 . .;# '.'t+ .....
'i.: ,with a Calotab... I They- let count-ae-administratrix to said estate; - -rp.eai ......... I. to the- bllb..t and beet bidder for Olb .et.e,, . .

,\'that rour author*to and ask tort air approval.- ---,; To' Amount ''Assessed/ ca.b' 6n day. of September, ." { .. '" $I2,12L$1'ti192.oi:
,Dated :April trd 4.. D. iSH.'T? Amount' Collected J. tho following house . '
refund, the price at'a'gnarsnt.e thatteen s ; d.bed 8PBCIAL, 'ROAD t. .
roods the on AD'BRI. DISaICNo ..,
ALMA. .T. MORRISON. leied '' 'r
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will bo delighted' '1"" BaiLtio.lo"- ,. To Amount1 -U..0'1.
of the
': lt-o-a-lno-4-mo. Administratrix. Dt.ndnt. M. ,_... ... /i105,7r
M.:: aro only4 original '" ,Pated,Jtune: 1sttt C towi Amount Sale _. ... I"'d.t'' .;
":wlod package --Price''.-thlrtyflvo's.y.cents. ; j .. lOTICB. O*' KXECUTOH.' tI Clerk Circuit; *' J kleb." ; "upbol.tered i i :Amount, of 'Error* and Ineoiyeneies'e..w._.' ) :,' '.. OOw f+
; .
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: : At all drug torei.adv). ';\ Florid...,' dining chairs ., Be'O, .bo .Collected \ r. ., 'r '- t

1> "" -, . ; I. AC_'" :f'l'th.'Ce.ty J'.Jirh$fat. _I bed room' oh.I. -_ .: +L. ,; jvJj 1,,fee I .". '' \, 4 > \ : ,125.4C4ti. 'n3
b "
Cotutlpatlon small U.
f tlabltaal Cued- ..,, .... ,:'T_: tif.,F7.elde. 0.e.1 ,' No Worm* !. J parlor rkln._' .. .'. t. f. SPBCTAIROAD AND BRfIGEDITBIC1N0.J '' t.To .' .
14 to 21 '
s Day ,
7"-LAx.Tc WITH r 1 7'.. I. ...Eatde..1! : -Hlbrld_-.....;...'r 'H 1 bb9dlea'Matdid,{ trk : -l.ehal. --Jf< '',;> Amount- Amount. .Aaeessed-. '.,...,...-,........, ... .. ,.:..,--. 11.t. .11.1'/11'/ : ,
; aipadon. Kotloe le herebyclven, to all whom boonbyri..."..,. ......... hal c :, j Amount Coleata _..._-...__ -...?-..__, .
'j '8PUeCI Smap.rODio-l..iaxadvefor: b1tua1 ,,lit may concern ;' that -on day rmle." there Is w has v eh.r' ..' ,4. 'Amount'' of : ,, 711.11
efNovomb.r I .Er.'a"ln.ol..n.----
.* 'It relieve[ promptly.but Al: D. 1.1 I shall apply GROVE S TASTELESS: : chin ) ... .. ..., . ee..1 (
; to the Honorable T; M.. l.forpb,.,-Judreof !'bed stead* and I* *prld.& ,. ; .Balance, to. Colt.d ,'_?, r' '. r
k ;should be taken regularly: for 14 to XI day said Court aa Judge of for rWef' Urea week WU . I bureaus. d . .". ,. , ',. J I
,Ja to indnootogular action. .It Sdmalaue and my" ftaatdlecharre : A.eeaadhi '""the..liitlnai....... dlnlnr room ;tabl. .i : 5.15L111'6111.42

.Regulate Very Heaaant to Take eoojporbeetle. estate of Bldrldrot Libby'' I sskgTouic Ie lb.wboleere I Wardropoa, .?*, ,.,w"r\ tb"A. D., 'ti .
-.. -- -. - ,, and that at the.same time .--.It.---. 1 bk. easel'' "rH' ''1.' IJ' rI, -- y. OVBRSTRBBT oeoeol&ioemty _,_ .I.. ,,

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No .I Increase ,in Price St. Cloud' Department ,

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Bryant Peterson and Endora Eat- the former's daughter, Mrs. R. M.I f:
on were married Sunday afternoonat Johnson and family, left on Z
+ the home of the bride on Kentucky day for their home' in Fort ,
avenue and Sixth street in the presence Texas. .
of members of both families. William Ide' has accepted a position
?; .. Buy'Tickets and ave time and money. The ceremony was performed by B. in the. poet office.
1r Ticket on sale by driver of wagon at the following'prices: F. Rails. We wish the young. copule Mrs. John Johnson ,and two children F'ALLSHOES'for /
a Ions'- and happy life. who' have been spending the
|V2l"; i 5*.Tickets, good 'for 10 Itu each___________________-$ 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. 3. S. McClure left on summer in Minnesota cam home
for Columbus,. Ohio ,and to Saturday evening."
}'21"10c'.1i. keta,.good for 20 Ib* each: -----..--'------,.--- %.00 Tuesday visit friends at Darlington, Ja. Mrs. Alice Kreps .and Mrs. J. H. ., oii ,
522 25c Tickets, .good for 50 !Ibs each____-_._ _._________..: 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. A. Griswald and Mr. Ferguson who. have been spending
c . and Mrs. S. M. Hunt spent Tuesday the past two weeks at Daytona
., evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hill! Beach came home Saturday night. '!
it being: the anniversary of Mrs. Mr. Anna Meatyard left Tuesday
Driver are instructed to. give full weight Complaint will reI ! Hill's birthday. Dainty refresh for Columbus, Ohio, and to visit : : .
ments were served. We wish Mr. frUnds in Illinois.
1 I ceive. ,prompt\ attention. end Mrs. Hill many happy returnsof Joe Phipps and Miss Helen Perdueof Y
Kl siDJmee-visited the .former's MEN
the day. & CHILDREN
R. T. BUTLER: Manager Mrs. Phipps is,in receipt of a Jet. parents, Mr and Mrs. William WOMEN
ter from her.Ion Fred, on the U. S. Phipps Sunday afternoon. and even ,
y KISS1MMEE:ICE &' COLD, STORAGE CO. S. Idaho, who is now at Rio De Jan ing. '
erio, Brazil' where they arrived. on Mr. and :Mrs. Bert Ge.sford.enter- has been shipped aud"fs 1ow Otto
July 21st, and thinks it is the most tained on Tuesday at their home-An ; : '
beautiful place he baa ever seen. Florida avenue in honor of Mrs. "I, ,, the, wI1Y' Invoices received this
Mrs. McCauley and daughter who Gessford's 'mother, Mrs. J. G. Hill. ,
also taught in this county last year, .have been spending the summer with whose birthday it was.,, A bountiful iJ '*week. Our. sock. will shoW. all the
E t-v SHINGLE GREEK has secured a position at 'a point. __ '_-'_nn' n _ _ ,dinner was served which was enjoyed .''.- - r" .
about nine miles from Tampa, exctingrto l in by the following guests: Mr. and .
"of the and
superintendent hospital Latest Styles in Shoes at
Mrs. J. G. Hill and Mrs. Amelia ,
E.'L. D. Overstreet was a businessvisitor leave shortly to* take up which their son Raymond is confined, HilL, We hope:Mrs...Hill will have ? ...
.. to Tampa and other west her' work. this official states that the conditionof many h.pp.retuma of the day. prices that, will suitt. -, a:- -t- J. 3
coast points from Saturday; ,until the I While next SundayAugust; Slit, the patient Is very much improvedand :Mr. jand Mrs. Leavitt'spent Saturday
J ,first of this week.> is not one of the days for regular that it will be possible for him with" Mn. E. D. .French, at her .
the little' daughter-'of church, service, however, there will to return home at a early date. 1'10Doti't
''J. Annabel!!*, very lovely home at Ash ton.' k
Nr.-;:and Mrs.' >Walter Bronson. has be services at the'ulual hour. 'The Work '.n the new brick, road to :Mr. and Mrs. Lester Parker and ,Buy Until They .Arrive.
been quite seriously: sick for' the past pastor Rev.",Hodnett has been 'very this poiftt;I. progressing very satisfactorily two.children arrived Saturday ,even. '.
'ten days and is under th. Sara of Dr. kind to give vs servtees on the fifth under the supervision of Ing to visit :Mrs.\ Parker's i mother
,. Rivers.; The family are staying: in Sunday.heretofore and 'readily, consented Capt. .Farmer. While i, the detours Mrs.i Francis Calvin. Mr. and Mrs. '
:.KUslmmee at- present, thus being "to" do' so :this Tnonth." ;Our have .been',quite bad 'at times the Parker made"the'trip by auto in 12 11 .C.. STANrORD(
.closer to,the attending physician.Irin .r' people should make an. effort to attend peopI.-of 'this section !have driven days'from northern -Kansas.- .. .
,Bronson will leave Saturday these services, regularly, thus them gladly knowing J..that. before Mr.. Paul. Wagoner Aihton'.wag- Originators of'low Prices"in Wssimmee -*
of this week for Locust'Grove, Geor- encouraging the pastor who U giving long ,the > difficulties !encountered In'our' city shopping on' Wednesday.Miss I
gla where he will attend school dur u. 'such splendid;.sermons.' It r.. not would', be but: a-memory. .The efforts Mittie, May Jeft'on 'Tuesday it' 1
J ,tg1h. coming school:year. often that a country: charge is for- of Commissioner E. IA, D. Over: last for Memphis>> Tenn., to'visit her
Miss Iva Nlswonger,' who last:year tunate enough to secure street to' secure this paved road for brother,.and then, on to her sister In
> taught the school at this point hssecured able man and we should1 dertalnly: our section should not be forgotten. I Arkansas. . ' .- .' .. .
po.itIoJl'' as teacher in the take- advantage of the opportunity..The for at least a. generationChas. .. : ,' Mrs.Melissa A' I left CAItsONPrgident. 1 ''NC' ; -''
: Schooley : on C A. : .
T&nIpaucltr: schools and: Is 'now at many'friend.'of :Mr. and'Mrs.J. A Cooper' was'numbered I Thursday to .spend some 'time ''at ,St. r BRYAN,
,,that point .ready: 'to taken her. du F. Niswonger will be, glad to learn with the sick for. a few. days the first Petersburg. ''
.ties.. Her ,sister,. .Miss Eftth, .whb that in i a. letterreceived from.. the of. the week.' ; -f \ Mr. and;; Mrs.Brinkerhtoff who THE WATERS': & CARSON GROCERY & '
.-.-.- ".((0., hare been visiting friends in Mlssou .
"< .'.. 'I' , 7 . ? -. - '- > i- 'Y. ri, returned ,home Friday, ;evening. .
. .: .:) ;" < 't'. ;,. .' ''. -X' . Wholesale and Retail Dealer U ... ,
. '" \: .''. .. ..,.' ,'" .' 'h .' ; ..'.,.' ." : ,'*o .. DELIGHTFUL' PARTY FOR ; : 1 '
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I' f. .' ,..''I. '.: i.,..r' 1r-.< '."' ,)-I1.' "' ' v- '...,' ...,I" I\. ; ; OUT OF ',TOWN' GUESTS. GROCERIES
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"J ". : .". , Miss' Rite. Pherigo 'a''delightful .
: 'y;.1' ,0 .J 'I ,0.t\ ' gave ,
,.'. ,, ', nit ,.party on Thursday evening' of -
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,. .';! ., ' ,1 vt' , ,, r last week, honoring Mr. and Mr. G.
',11', .. ,' .'... '\\1". "";,''. '.' : )o'"'# ,, -,-....._--, '' .. ",I ".,:'..,, -..: W. McGowan, of Washington,' D. 0.. '
.,' ,' \ I' who were guests at the Pherigo ooo'e.eo'o': eeo oo .oeooo .. .
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'1'..,. .Ji1 "..- ''J ,.>:,,: . t.! .WI.. .' ? ;.i: 1/'>- home., '. "' 1' . '.
it " >;', '\P. .' .' '. ,. .,; ; 'j' A bird.contest offered.diversion to SELL y
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: .'?' r..If.. :,. .:... u...;. .' The Papier: That' .t'I Is I .. NotRecorded ;".. .);.' t '.. .' the guests, '':MUs:.Grace Wlnn win A > ,jV >. A.j ,<;, *"" ... .>.'.'
)' .: ., .. nlnr-the price' and' :McLean receiving
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'v.. ". i". readings Miss Grace ." .
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: .< ... . i . \. .., .. Winn and, ,Harold .Henberg taking' GRAIN: i .<0:; ? FURS :t.. t 'n,:I'f ,f fI'J. ..
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: N''I'.. 4 .. ".. r Refreshing Ice and cake .' FJ. TILIZERS'Sy ,. *. '
C. q. cream
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,' ; "1.,y I I'Ns were served.- \ *. : j. : /
.. Ij I Perhaps,, you."have some, title. papers that, .are. recorded. :,..':What I II [. ', Enjoying this pleasant. sv nt were i .:, SHINGLES -, > v, .. ." .1'' : ,.. I "+ 1..j-
\ J", -; r Misses Rhea: and Porchie Pherigo '%* + 1 : ;:; ;AND"s' "t fr: *
,w,; go'mg" to''do 'about it. 'if "I Aey. aN1. >un.ecfup', ?: .Can't_ ,'replace'; .... ,:: ., .'w;,,..d.r Winn Neoma, ,,WUlson Claire; Hathaway>Grace and,' Gnssie Orpha .. Oa1NGB"'BOXBS, "> :;.' ; .\..',I. -. ,.' I., .. . . :,I .')".1
. '1 'than. ,H ve no record of them. Lots and fJota of'titles; tangled ,. '.. 'Rose, Margaret .Davidson, Myrtle ", I "'.' .. ..h' 1'7." ,
'' / .. : '. <, Collier .Edna Sweikart, Alma..CoosCT. ., ORANGE ,WRAPS, \ ,....:.. ''.'... ., '1. ,. r
I' U t up becn..'their.owners neglected} to care oif.their'paper:.' Why : w' Elisabeth # 'fl''f.
/ 4 f" . ., Johnson;, Amos Akerman' ,"Frank VEGETABLE' CRATES '.. ,..... :, .':'COUNTT. .' ',- ', ::1.:
D 'not':keep them in a'box in our Vault? ',Only. "coit you: $1.00 a year.'' Snyder, Harold Hbrsbeirg. H. A. ., : ..;' ": > .-"

$c r ..I, .t ,' g . y \ r rn r- '" ,1:.', .,.. .+tY Cobb./JFortenoerry Lee McLean,' ."of Mr.'.Kiasimme..and. Mrs.Win. .. .t CRATE.. .NAILS'v' V, ,'".- ..' ''PRODUCE';" :. ,
Mr.,and"Mrs.. C. A Bailey.. Mr.-and t ., r. . :- : '.,: ,
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Citizens' Bank : Roth.well,-aJ1.of, St..dood. .1 __t._. >, .0.. .e>;t .4.. + .
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4' ,. ' r ' OF .KISSIMMEB ,I.' ,".:l' r. -' ""INSURED'' ';, bow '.to'.increase: production.>> .; .W..I specs! attention! to.6ttiaa- 'out hUtiDI and camping DWpasFrs. J''
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,tl.;. : .-;- TaeUakvirataeaVffityaWwiBbf.. i c' U .Out of th "average class1" )Wa .are....e4ozsm.ub ,a...b ,.or. food ,f'--, :Ask ai for. t3rcnlit. : : ,, and':, ,J..
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