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: September 19, 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: VID00925
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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: BOARD OF TRADE THEME Talk about ovation, that' certainly -- -followed! each selection. The peopled HIS' LARGE REALTY HOLDINGSIt : 1/ '

what the Kissimmee Concert Band went wild over "Mickey" and the

received ,last night when it appearedin band played It four times before they .. ,
--' an open air concert, for the' entertainment -. were satisfied.MA Night in June WI: "' '" "

A special meeting.of;the board of I'( On motion Chairman Stanford was Cars were of KUaintmee'a in solid people.,phalanx'for :featuring Overstreet a was'baratone another'solo by Murray It ,speakswell/ '''for this section: other but this .
parked favorite
I instructed to communicate with Hon.. when 'of keen and has definitely dosed '
trade, which was c.U.d'by President blocks, all the capacityin the men perception not Jaeen yet, -
sealing people simply refuted to return
'Ed. 'of Arcadia a member of who have been eminently successfulin and details been made # tske(some action In regard the State Scott Road Commission, and also the Broadway parking was utilis to.quiet till .the ..lectloR-wa.. repeat- the business world travel all over, h.y7et' 1'; u
to the condition of the MelbourneKlsslmmee' of state road ed and crowds of people sat on"the ed. the Western 'to" .his home here '.
Major,Brown Orl.ndJ'! curbing walked about. I j The band has states investigating the He expects make )
x >road and to eon; engineer, and Engineer (Howard, who J Marshal or Woodall had roped off the Kissimmee been'.mployed; and her visitors to entertain i cattle interests' and the clrus fruit industry this winter and will be joined a little- b '
is In of the work on this road of California then return hereto Mrs. Davis When it is probe 1 '
alder the,.new city charter was held charge heldhere section of Broadway where the bandstand this winter, it has the financial later by ,
and meeting to-'be develop ranch and able will their residence' +
arrange a is grove proper. they occupy, ,
last Wednesday night. This was the located no noisy cars of the county commissioners i '
as early as possible to see if on the Orlando road. ,
regular' practice night, for the band, the road department could not,be induced might disturb* the pleasure. of the the city council, and practically. all ties.W.. I*. Davis, of Topeka.Kans., who Mr.: *Davis expects to leave soon for
and on'' account of the noise the to complete the work., j I people during ,the 8:30 program.Director Shearouse' the prominent citizens here. It is] has become, one of the extensive his Alabama ranch property when a'a'
| Promptly at to all I
gratifying I
offices I of the city I concerned to see of this section is Kansa- d,
meeting. adjourned to the J The discussion new raised his baton and the con- this appreciation of owners ,Mr. Shook will return to
i: of Johnston Garrett. charter was purely educative. Mayor cert Every number hit rally, who the realize people looking over his holdings with a ,City. They have just finished a splendid '
began. to
About twenty representative business iW. J< Steed; who assisted in draftIng with the audience and noisy was applauseJOHNSTON a got good seem thing.FRATERNITY. a-en-I view of determining what developments trip out through the West, going,
men were .present, and the the charter and attorney Fat and practical at this; time. first to Phoenix, Aria., on a business y r
first matter taken up Vas, the !Johnston, who has made 'a careful Mr. Davie accompanied by J. M. mission, .then on to Los Angeles, ..
road question. It was the con'"study. of it explainedits provisionsand Shook of Kansas City, Mo., who U CaL, from' there to Sacramento, and ;
census of -opinion that at this road. answered questions as' to the BUYS NINE, BUILDING .associated in the splendid Lake Marion back by way of Minneapolis and St.: y
a' was being constructed under, the supervision workings the city government tract of 6340 acres, stocked with Paul, travelling in eighteen states. ;. a
,of the Stato should }it be ratified. about 1700-( head of cattle. The cattle In speaking of his holdings here,:
partment, and unforeseen dif8cyulttiiest The principal points would out PURE BRED HOLSTEINS BOASTS BANQUET HALL are being checked up now and as Mr. Davis said "My present Inten. . "
had arisen which made it impossible ,were that the charter limit soon as that is complete Mr. Davis 1 tlon Is to develop my property .here, 1I
w to complete'the road with the funds. the assessment of taxes to 25 mills .- expects to further "stock his ranch. though the plans are as"yet 'In the
voted for that purpose.. and that Instead of unlimited, taxation as at Pat Johnston, who Is one of Kis- The four fraternal orckn.- the Masons Mr. David also owns the 5,100'acre I formative atage. My'trip to Alaba- '
large sums of money was being set present.I -- ,simmee's successful attorneys, has a ,. Knights of Pythias. Odd Fellows ranch property at Campbell ..Station,ma is for the purpose of disposing,
aside by the Department for rords I I That the bonding limit would beraised hobby that high grade cattle are a and Woodman of the World. and what is known as the O'Berry of my ranch there that I may concentrate . pr,
in other counties which were or no from either 15..or.20 per cent, 'I paying proposition in Florida in general have made extensive changes in their farm,,\ lust south of the city limits,1 I my attention on the 'Florida -I 4 '
more Importance to the travelling. no one seemed to know ..which to 25 and this section in particular.He banquet hall in the fraternity build- which has 800 acres all told and in- holdings.". '
public than this one, it was the dutyof per cent of. the assessed valuation of.j. has completely demonstrated that Ing, which is these orders eludes a good grove. Mr. Davis has) In speaking of his grove property s #a
the State Road Department to I property. |I this is true of Angus breed, and since and their auxiliaries, the' Eastern Already done much to improve this he said: "I expect to put it ,in good 5'
have this road completed as early as 1.I That all owners of property within he has sold his stock of these cattleto Star the Pythian Sister., the place. He has had the grove put ins shape and add to the grove'
practicable. Pat. Johnston, who is the city limits would, be forced to pay others who will develop it along Rebekai and the Woodmen Circle. good shape for the coming year and I but the best results cannot be tech2I' .
attorney for the board or county )their just proportion of city taxes. si larger scale, he is taking up another The 'room formerly used as thecouncil will at the proper time add a quan-J ed until compulsory: spraying ,.be, ,. ",
commissioners and in close touch That the board of public works, I line of experiment.Last room or city hall, is now tity of young trees. ,|comes a law for while I may systematically :
with all road matters thought that consisting of three members, would week he received a shipmentof transformed into a beautiful banquethall Mr. pavis is also interested in spray my trees my.' cang,
action should be expedited as much be appointed by the city council to 9 purebred Holstein heifer calves : with newly tinted walls and new Kisslmmee property, having purchased less neighbor win have whiteflles } '
a. possible, as the contractors would serve one, two and three years respectively from Minnesota, which he is now furniture. the beautiful Lesley home on enough to undo all my work." ,
soon be moving away from the in- -one to be appointed each keeping at his home place. | Tables, chairs and all dainty equipment the Orlando road and the Okeecho.bee : Mr. Davis' son has been here for
completed portion of the road and year afterward-would nave PI.nt.1) Mr. Johnniton is demonstratingthe of silver linen and china to |. building on Posaiel avenue, and several months and will look after v. '4.
it would be expensive for them to charge of the light and water fact that calves brought here serve eighty people. have been provided 'residence and pecan grove on Em- the property during the swans of ,
move' their equipment back again I and would keep a set of 'books opento from tick free stated may be made there. mett street, and the Bass property his father. He then expects to'' be .'
and would add materially to the cost the"inspection of the public at all immume from fever' tick if they'are'' Even the kitchen has been renovated on Main street. A deal Is pending :most actively engaged in the development ,
cost. times. I inoculated, by allowing the ticks to and treated to new paint and cal in which he will become the owner of of the cattle industry.: ,a.I
f. gather on them gradually. I!cimine. -
In event the experiment is thoroughly I About $500 has been expended' on
successful Mr. Johnston will these rooms which are now a creditto

KISSIMMEE CONCERT BAND i,twenty increase more his herd heifers 1 by some and will fifteen build or the lodges which use them. WANTS, TO BUY PROPERTY J 1

]up a nigh class dairy herd. "WATER LILLY" SOLD 'fOR FISH ,' '..t"" ,1

MAKING GOOD PROGRESSThe courage Mr. Johnston farmers is to doing keep one this or to two en- BOAT, BUT FINDS NONE ADVERTISED '

dairy cows on the farm, and he believes 1;:
that nothing will convince men I J. McPhatter sold the launch
,of this advantage like an example. I"Water Lilly" this week to M. Rex

Kissimmee Concert Band join the Kissimmee band. He is an I Dr. W. B. Witherspoon returned I of Lake Frost Okeechobee Proof. The and boat will was be takento made LaFollette, Tenn. I names of many people that I met In' i"

has been employed to render sweet excellent trap drummer and will be home last Friday night and filled into a fishing boat. Kissimmee Valley Gazette, your city;ln 1916 and 1917. i +
music for the pleasure of the people assigned to the base drum He and The "Water Lilly" was built by E. Klsimmee,' Fla. Although my stay was rather;
and of the Winter visitors who will Lesley, the snare drummer, will be I I E. Fairbanks and has had the distinction Mr. Editor: Again acknowledgingthe short I learned not only to love the 'I! x
spend some time here during the about .. nifty rag time drummers as 'train No. 80 for Albany Ala., to attend of being the best launch on receipt of your'1taper. people of Florida, and especiallythose .
next five months, gave a very meritorious any organization could wish. a conference the New Era Lake Tohopekaliga. It originally If you will give me a little space I of Kissimmee and Lake Bar. 14
open air concert last evening. Director Shearouse has had a com Movement, and expects to return coat $2,000.Vote I would like to drop a few thoughts.on ton: but .ollr climate as well. .
i The season opens the first of October munication from a saxaphone player I Saturday and be in his pulpit Sun the, minds?of W.."appreciate I' ilow.ver; I am somewhat disappointed . ,;: r.
and the program of last evening was who is expecting-to move his family day. for the . I 1 i very much the privilege of{ in on*--particular. It seems .
Just for goodtmeasure.When here the first of November. This I .perusing the colums of your paper that the parties who have cottages .
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it Is borne in mind that the wil make three saxaphones in theband and the fact that I recognize the or rooms to rent, either furnished or \ 'r. I,
band has just been reassembled and as Cecil Prentis has purchasedthe -- n - - -- . . . - - . n unfurnished, ought to'advertise A i: .,
that Director Shearouse has had it Instrument owened George I them We'' 'think,
under his direction but a few weeks, Gardner, and Mr. Gardner is buying hint to the wise is sufficient . ..J! of
it is a safe prediction that It will a new tenor horn. Director Shea- TONIGHTThe We are to 'spend the !t
11 soon take a leading place in the rouse thinks it is likely that he will winter In Florida and perhaps 'may ,.t ,
I bands of the state. have a saxaphone quartett before the city council has concluded its purchase a small home with grove' ,' "
rt A number of the band boys are season is-over. URGED DY MOTHERS CLUB annual task of equalizing' the taxes, but have not seen' any' advertisements '1
?4 leaving this month for schools of The band is making a wonderfully and'closed the books Tuesday evenIng in yourpaper 'to select from..
higher education, but these places auspicious openlnc. and there can be '. I j after adjusting the amounts Assessed Now in conclusion we would ,sng'!: .. ,1',:.
have already been filled so there will.. no doubt that the organization will -- against a number of citizens, gest that parties owning property .. 's...
be no diminution in the instrumentation be a 'great success: though the fund The mothers of Kissimme are I It is'suggested that half the lower who were present to state their that they wish to sell or rent, should I
: on-that account. (for which they agreed to play for the showing commendable determination I!floor could be used as a Woman's grievance.Z. spend a little of their orange money : .,j..
Last Tuesday Clyde C. Brandon season has not yet been completed.The '!Exchange, and tea room, and that Bass, the assessor will now arrive with the editor of the Gasetto. Bat '. ..
arrived from Huntsville Ala. to ac' committee that had the matterin to carry out their plan of purchasing the second'. floor could possibly be at the totals and the council will I noted in one of.the recent numbers i. -
a position in the Craystone ho-' charge has canvassed practicallythe property and establishing a 'public rented to .a caretaker which would meet,, tonight to fix the millaga for lof, :your paper that there was .not an ."j:
tel management.Mr. entire territory: and state ,that play ground. The plan of providing do away with providing' a salary: in the coming year. i iw empty house In Kissimmee,. and per.. ;:J'
Brandon served with Director about $300 are still lacking. This (recreation such as tennis, croquetand connection with: the project.The I 'haps this is their excuse.", r ,
Shearouse for two years in the 80th amount must be made up in some other games, for the young people ground could be laid out in Just two week: till the citrus fruitof I I IM f..ROACiL

field.\.. artillery: band,' and will at once manner of the city, is ,a splendid one and tennis courts, etc., as the committee this section_will begin to move. :) .. :
)should meet general approbation.The would decide. It is suggested that --- -------------- -

CAPT. MEIKLEJON SLIGHTLY I project was suggested by Mrs.S. the whole be dedicated as a memorialto OFF TO COLLEGE.
DEPOSITORY,SELECTED L. Lup ... some time ago and has our soldier boy. THREEMEN'INJUPED'.j;
INJURED IN BOAT. FIRE ,,been urged by the MothersTeachers'club The ladies are so confident that !
ever sjncs. The plan Is to some. will be provided to More 'than thirty of Kiseimmee'syoung
W. narrowly purchase way carryout
Capt.R. Melklejonx.
FOR BULKHEAD J FUNDS caped serious Injury Saturday 'evening -. the property adjoining the the plan of buying this property people have of already left education to J
enter Institution higher
when his launch..a. fine speedboat Hart Memorial blllldinc for this purpo.e. that they have taken an option on it. J AUTOMOBJLEAGGIDENTAn .
or will leave in the next ten
: This be for This afternoon'' of
tw can bought $3,600 mass meeting
caught fire, and exploding gas a days for the schools of Florida. will .. 'ri-
terms .and 'it would not the .Kissimmeemothers has been ; nthe OH
Citizens, on easy : require -
The Bank designated his ) .
Ignited clothing.
was automobile accident . ,
called, open their doors on the 24th of this on '
thaw another thousand toj at the' home of
the for the bulkhead '. He had his.boat to the more I Mrs. George '
as depository: just run up month.* Undo'road'Tuesday night resulted in t J'
money, approximately $1044)00). by' city'dock and as he had bad engine remodel the'house and'make' it into]Ja W. Best, president of the MothersTeachers' At the State University at Gainesville '..placingone man in the Orlando hoes** .
the city'council Tuesday,night at an trouble, he opened up the boxing enclosing ,convenient rest room especially ifor I club, to consider the best will, be enrolled Messrs. Walter pital.. and two others carrying via. Wi "

adjourned meeting. I' this part of the boat-and lita bring out, their of town childrenthere shoppers who for lunch.MORE" could.-ject.method of going_ ahead, with. the' pro- B.... Jr. Will Mason Tiller Clifford number of bruises. and aciat h..., ,31: ,w _
Sealed bids 'submitted'by match to ascertain what the'trou when car .
were w Leeter, Henry Edwards, Burton the left the road and struckew'. : '
both banks; giving. the terms of : bl. was. The ,carbnrator had evidently wWwunfu t. Ames,. Harold Hersebrg and Paul a tree. ;fMessri ; ,'.
propositions. h'Ir'I been leaking, for In an Instant Blackwell. F.: S..,.,\Ledbetter',' W... T.1"Ke', '
The State Bank offered) per cent i everything was in a blase. SHRUBBERY NEW, BAKERY WILL At' Tallahassee the State College Turner and Jack Bass 'wen. 1'-
from three to six months. and 8 percent badly burned hand-as a re.ultofth. ),Margaret Stanford, Grace and game at Orl.ndo'and were Just the.. 1."
on daily. balances. This bid) as fire and the boat vis-damaged to'' 'h. FOR r THE ITY, PARK OPEN : 3ussle Winn Amy Maklnson, Mary other aide of Pine. Castle 'w'heQtb. :;i- ,"
for all 'the ,money of.the bulkhead amotffit of $60 or, $60. INJSSIMMEEE. Tiller, Mary: Slngeltary: Carolyn accident occurred. ,,Mr. Ledbetter;' ";;;
fund or any 'part of It. .The ,boat is by all means the fastest -. I Fripp, 'Norma Griffin, and Helen Who was driving, was badly scratched -' j) ":;j"
The Citizens Bank submitted a bid and finest launch on the lake. It The work of beautifying' the city A. Nelmeyer, who is well known 1 about the facebut suffered. ao. ",
of 6 per cent on:dally balances, compounded had* lust been put in perfect. order. park was begun last week when a'in bu.IIdr:leI. has returned to Frank Bryan Is atud.nt"m the serious' injurv.., .Mr.;Turner .... also *
II. monthly, the interest to be and been newly' painted quantity of plants and shrubs were Kissimmee and is making preparations ;Alabama School I of Technology, at in the front seat and was hurt about :,'
added to the amount on the ,first day SURPRISE PARTY. FOR : planted there. to open up a bakery. Auburn'Ala and Edgar Bryan entered -!,the head and shoulder He wart taken -, ,i,
of each month. MISS ELIZABETH WARINGThe Some > time will be' allowed to I He has moved his family into his the electrical department of to an ,OrUndo hospital'and 'it is' t';
This bid was accepted unanimously I elapse_ before anything else la doneto concrete apartment house on Mitch the University of Ohio at Cincinnati. said he is 'in a serious..condition.:.K'r... ti..
by the council'and the city treasurer 'friend' 'of, 'Miss'1' Elizabeth ascertain how' many of these will'',ell street and will remodel his bakery: early In the summer. 0 I Bass escaped with'.a few bruises and /,
was so instructed.It Waring-gave her''a delightful surprise stand the ,weather conditions. When''!,oven there He. will open up a salesroom Bert Wells William. Arnold .and scratche.: : .. ,.-, " *, ', ?.
., is .. about members of the S.turday'henlnl' which was this can be determined the dead ones! adjoining the R.' S. Floyd grocery Ned ulloclt,- are students at the I The body: of th."cit'' wa.'t6U.y ,
council that $4,000 interest the ;"anniversary of -her birthday, will be replaced and It U desirable I company on Broadway. He is Georgia School of Technology, at Atlanta wrecked' though' the .1. machinery-wasj-:: ;. .. :4
rz money will be''earned in this manner.: tylur lisabeth, was. invited to the that Miss Jean'Caldwell. who has having this room put in readiness for .: I practically uninjured. .. 'rKOF
} home'of a friend and upon herbs' this feature in charge should havea his business.,- Gordon Buttorff left Sunday to resume "
STRICKLAND FOUND IN ,INSANE turn found'the crowd in full .possession list, of plants that would be available , Mr. Nelmeyer conducted' a bakery: his studies in the medical ,department P. HOLD .ROUSlNC"J; {

', ASYLUM. : _at that time._ Aq one shoal business here a number of rears ago of the_ State.: University. .. :' of MEETING:Pi.CASTLE,HALtfjj.'T": ';
A merry eventeg'ensued when outdoor such\ plants to contribute I and his return Is welcomed by a host Indiana. 1" < : '

.C. B. Strickland, of Palmetto, who gams and'music furnished the hone the Ilumber'.nd. variety to!of old ''friends-- including' ,the. band \Verne Willson. one of .last year's Friendship -No sf'thtt <
mysteriously disappeared fro** his diversion; and at its close Miss War Miss Caldwell. f t.boys,. for he was among the charterm.mber. ; graduates, has entered. a' Canadian Lodge held L10 rousing
home about August 26, has been Ing served delicious home made Cake' Below is' a fist. of plants 'contributed s of the original, Kissimmeeband. school. Knights of'. Pythias Hall a'Wedneeday.evening. ?
In their Castle
fouad-U.the state Insane asylum. Mr. and punch. Sb. was assisted by Mrs.J. since the list was published: Miss : Amos Akermsn .Is taking a business . meeting -. \ 1")
I Strickland '''left Palmetto ostensibly M7.;: Woodall and Mr*. W. W. Belt Mattie Bandy, planie,,? and" ferns; course In Orlando. ?. : There was 'the a three.el7't.* u
for Kissimmee but it'was found last Miss Elisabeth :received;' lots of Hudson Bass palm camphor tree;A.l : STORY- RimS.A. Dick Bullock Is taking' a business Urge members attendance'of the'local, Including lodge, who are) \
week th.the had reached his lovely presents from her'friends to W. 'Bailey, butterfly and course In Macon; Ga. and holding Vl '
; bu.hitf.rn tralet<,wedding solemnized officers Grand i .
iwas of .the LocIce.'f'l1or
at the :
distination. Last Sunday )!r.. Strick: commemorate the happy event avocada tree Mrs. ., down a good position same *
land neei.. 'a letter from the authorities -; At the party were Misses", Virgin Butterfly_bush;,Mra: :-. L jj Beaman Thursday'when the 'charmhn ?dauehter"of Miss Gladys Mr.Pauline and; time by taking_advantage' : ofJAmong :)night. l Ida.-JPagee_ ."Wi-" .E.- SandersonLee'r.'MV ;.:,
la palms'Mrs. Russelltrees ..hrube.nd I aehoOL ; : j
stating that he had been and Geraldine Lesley. PatseyMakinson Mrs. C.'W.''Bruns, of Nareo IAAD' anct :Louis Schmidt were .gtvea \
Woodall Kathleen ool..I.J..J. Woodall. hibiscus, i those who art -
found at River Junction wandering Nellie ; AlbertStory '
e&III8the !bride of Mr. Aaron the even'. '
the rank of Esquire during {
Ethel Allen W. B. Makinson collection prep" schools are Gerald Rivers,
,around with his mind in an unbalance Cl.ckleyKathleen, Tiller boganvillia : '
?r 'ed-condition. He.t was sent 'to, the ,'''Gladys GrlfftD;Elisabeth Parker "of. handsome shrubs; Mrs. W. known: ;:one of Osceola' county's well John Las,- Carlyle Bronson and Dick :1D The 'Ledge by rising vote ,conferred ,l&
Kathleen Wilma Wilson L. ,Hyatt shrubs and flowers Mrs. 70UDC'men.; Maklnson who began their studies. : '
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state institution and after a few Jrlckay, ; '' ,,;
Veteran's Jewel ..
. The pretty ring was the Pythiaa upon
t" cevemony pronounced
who Roberta Bronson. SaUle Ledbetter, M. Armour Australian oak John at ''the Georgia ,Military Acadetn7atAtlanta.
cars recovered'sufficiently to tell ; by Rev. O. B., Falls, at his "... Past Chancellor J. Mi Gardner.J'. "
\ he :was. Ha (is. .abo_. 60 years old Leah 'Bersberg, Mary Sanderson Walter i pampas grass; Mrs. S.\B.Aultman. witnessed by ;the bride's ; ; and 4t was decided to hold a'Pythiaa1''' ',',
and bas a wife, two daughters and aanndebUd. Delia Ledbriter,'SIIIIe B.11;.Irene In. shrubs; Mrs. James Caldwell shy : par- Irio Bronson Is enrolled at tb.Locust October 8th In the newbanquet :
.,Jt'ls thought that the gramClara Tucker, Eleanor Over- 'acacia.< purple : Grove Academy;, near Atlanta. i banquet on {
amend Mr. and'lra. Story.left Immediately , hall at which time Jewel !
plants 4;
McLean SIneItaly.r.d. ate
and and -
loss "M.O. C. Henry
of some $75,000-.f flOO.OOO sustained street, Luell. Griffin, Margaret on a wedding trip. They art followed will r be '.formally presented to Mr-- {
several years ago, Is the cause Elisabeth Waring, and Margaret shrubs."Tony". by the 'congratulations' and wannee.... Military' : Academy,. Tennes- Gardner, and for which eeeaslon ths>':, 1
of the'trouMaBradentown Journal. WinntMessrs.Walter'Griffin; .,. Add wishes of-a.w. circle of relatives at Orlando w
good Pythiaa Lodges EusUf. '
Gilbert Christie Summers ; John Regero, ODe of Kissimmee'swell 'Uargaret Lee and Irene DeLand1'1 r
Miss-Olivia.! Savag left UsVweek Bryant.: John Sanderson .Jack Simpson N known boys,.wag In town Fridayen and friends., arc students at the Elisabeth. Mather Leesburg. Mt.. Dora. sad' 'i'
for, Gainesville, 'to-enter Miss' Peau- , Elmer Schweikart Charles, Mc- route for Tampa. Later both he Academy Atlanta" Ca ,, be Invited. e'0 Mr"
bough's boarding .school. ,.for,,the wink -I I Chee:JaekTWhiddeiVYArchiei. and. and Charlie will attend, the( State VOTE: ?'FOR 'TBB'NET, ( CITYCHARTER Mia Lucy Lopfer will leave soon "
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'' Ik .4 Three ...Generations, Testifyto t! KISSIMMEE AND ORLANDO mint-lovUof- .tim /.gect_Price 0c._ __ ____ __ .. ..........-... ''\

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.;Jf t i the Efficacy J along the.Scenic.. _people residing(aimmee both. aw the Justice of the "
Highland 'from thing and also the advantages .it AGE STARTS
Haines City to Scoring and DeSoto would offer them and they were with OLD

:'.r: ,..... DR. CALDWELL'S: m \ City have been trying to get sometelognition ius: Irt the meeting at Orlando a petition WITH YOUR KIDNEYS' ;1setenei
and above all some good, was drawn up directed to the ;
-' roads.- 'Just-partially have they succeeded State 'road commission asking that of water The 011 {
:t Syrup :Pepsin but have,never lost hope and the road down the 'Scenic Highlands ..,.. that old ire bestnI! o..a.with the swallaw kldn 7 lOtion and aabU stlrertaU the
.: -;. even now they are stronger after be regarded as a state road and state __k.D.4 k14n.Yi! aDd dl..U" believe' organs to throw off the polcon. ..whichoauM
t of This being true. It Is eaar premature old as*. New life .
.. the. good 'roads than ever before. laid be given in the construction kldn.a and 41. .. a 4 '
Tin'i'er eft Laxativein With this idea'in In Annie. The State commission that by k.eping the transta Increase you continue thetreatment.
,; iiff { I view and an- same to Lake or..n. cleansedcan dsterr.dand'lit.prolonged When completely reetore*
j swer' to a request'from: President were to have held a meetingat working order b. continue taking a capsule or two eadk
k 'I Gao. F. Kellogof the Allied Boards Tallahassee Monday last,, and at far beyond that en GOLD MEDAL H&&I'I_ OH Cap.
; the family health. A Joyed by the av.ragep.rsos. dajr.. will keep you In health and
'maintaining of Trade from DeSoto City Sebring, that time It was thought the matter visor
'i/\ .i GOLD MEDAL: and prevent return of the 41.._...
: laxative herbs Avon Park Crooked Lafce, Lake would be taken up. For over ZOO yeen! th. .Do not welt until old are or .......
; .f' i combination of simple >Wales and Haines City journeyed to I Should this aid be given the proposed ".. kinnandadisability'du.nto' adaticlnr hare wilted down for good' Oo to.yoor'ru.'ot
Orlando where they met with the road would connect with the Itb a standard old* and ret a bos of GOLD
: 4'" 'With pepsin, free from opiates and .narcotic, board of trade of that city, and asked cross-country road from Arcadia to time horn"year remedy and needs. no Intro-011 laconliatnniing KBDAli refunded Haarlem If.they do Oil not you.Money Threealcea. I

:: the it .support that the'State road commission Okeechobee City and thence to the auction. UOU odorlo.MEUAt..: t .:Haarl.rqaI:! """," Bu remember"to ask for the
:... drugs, and pleasant to taste, acts might at least render aid in the East Coast which would connect the about l'drop. each Tak original Imported GOLD'MEDAL bra...
buiMing of the road as planned from entire Ridge section with both the would a pill with a small In sealed packaswa. '
r-'ttt': .. easily and naturally,restoring normal reg- :Maine City to Lake Annie, south of East and West coasts giving the au- .tbem..--& ............................,
t Dr. Caldwell Sebring. toist a trip around the entire seacoastof -- -.
t"10.t' <:- r ularity. First prescribed by In conversation with some of the Florida mainland that would be .

than agoit is today I delegation we were Informed that the ideal. As soon as we get the word I
twenty-five .
;... more : years Orlando people met them with glad from Tallahassee we will acquaint il
.". ) the indispensable family remedy in countless hands and assured' them that they our readers with the facts in the ... ..1
0 would be with them in securing the case. But the scheme is a grand one.
'. \ homes throughout the United States. ''npport of the state commission. On and we cannot see where the State ,.
r.F ..'t ,the way. up the delegation visited the commission could possibly fail to .
t' Kiaslmmee people and were given a give what Is asked. At any rate the

> Sold in Drug, Stores-50 cts. and$L00 I cordial would also welcome send and in. a a petition promise asking they Orlando and Kissimmee people have t

wo. j the .state commission to give the won our hearts by their generous ac
; '. A trial bottle can be obtained, free of charge! by writing to ..!Iced for assistance. tion in the matter.-Highland News, 1 1 11 .

". a Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 457 Washington" St., MonticeHo, Illinoisf I I The fact that Orlando and Ki.I .- Frostproof.-- 1 I i <

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Mere's to Florida "the land of That if you leave Florida with "Sandin
i FLORIDA'S GREAT IOME DAILY Chamberlain's Colic1 and Dlarrhoe Where the Royal Palms and pine your shoes," .
Remedy in Michigan,,. I 1- tree bow You are as sure to return as the sun

.,... Readers of the ;Tampa Daily Times Mrs. A. H. Hall Caseville Mich., Where the millionaire and the hobo is to rise
-- get more for their money than the say, "I ,wish to thank you for your meet I To the Land of Flowers with it'
a W" a reader of any other Florida daily. goand good medicine, Chamberlain's Where you find a sour for every azure skies.
t N This great daily, which la among the Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. We sweet, So deciding the question without any

.Zt fastest growing newspapers of the .are never without it in the house, Here comes a man with a thousandor debate This Illustrated Free Book
\: ..' South, is fearless, aggressive and in and I am sure it saved my baby'. life two, That'to do a good turn is never too
teresting. For nearly a generation this summer" Who imagines he soon can be rich late. -
{ It has constantly fought for the 1\rl. Mary Carrington Caseville, as a Jew lie began at once to complete the "Uh Modern Method of 9coralin*f
rights of the people. It. news service Mich., "I have used Chamber So he buys some sand, palmetto and I transaction- .
.. is unsurpassed It receives both lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedyfor muck Of putting his thoughts again in ac

l' the DAY and NIGHT leased wire reports years and it has always given And at once proceeds to try his luck; tion. be of-great value to and decoratorin
.c of the Associated Press in full, pftompt relief." Aa first lie must clear the land you The light of his eyes were truly sub- will you your

} ; is a full member of the Newspaper I know, I.|I I lime planning the interior decorations of your home.It .
: Enterprise Association has its own Geod Practice In Banking.A And moon finds out this will take As turning his face toward that sun-

..'4""' correspondents everywhere, and buys bankers know says that in loaning some dough I.I nv clime contains instructive articles on art in the home,
:. more expensive features for its readers money he also asks about a man's But he has come South determinedto With a firm resolution he made this
than any other Florida daily. No wrre. Is she a spender Does she often win I vow: color harmony concrete information regarding
home in South Florida is complete financial affairs Eo he cheerfully with his shin- going back to the "Lund of Now.
r\\; run the family parts jl'm the artistic finishing of walls and ceilings.All .
not be gold, 'tis true, that your
i. without The Times. Only $6 a yen, against her husband's' Judgment? La$( tin > may
$1.60 for three months. on The banker 's suspicious o Then he builds a nice little! bungalow glitters
J two weeks' trial to those genuinely of man. You may think when a woman And his aspirations continue to grow. Where the "Weary Willie" and the suggestions and practical advice come-fiom s
:; interested. Is very prminent socially] foe l'h' ; "helps" her husband but this banker his trees: In the luxuries of life both equally .experienced decorators. A great many color plate
Subscribe for the Valley Gaaette. denies it.-E. W. Howe's Monthly.ROLLINS To start his grove 'twix the two I share. designed by leading artists vividly show attractively }
4., .He purchased again the home he had
.. "T- He great Must seas.have "Pine :Apple" and 1 I sold, decorated! rooms. You can plan your home from these i;

t ttuby1' Bloods, .While the transaction called for con illustrations and articles from bathroom to parlor. q
t COLLEGE Some Valencia Late and. some Tar- I siderable gold..Contentment ,

diff' buds, .I. known before he had never It also gives exact specifications for obtaining harmonious -
f' Some Lue Gim Gong and Parson
i (LAKE VIRGINIA) Brown ., 1 Like the man from Missouri he had color effects with PEE GEE FLA TKOA 77. ;'

GEORGE MORGAN WARD D. D., LL.D. And pride'some of the sweet town' Tangerines, the 1':|But to he be shown.had found the home he so tie modem durable sanitary flat oil finish. It come in 24 ;i.

President. Grapefruit and Guavas Kumquatsand 1 long had sought rich deep velvety colors which are easily combined
And with costly experience it
Limes I was
"" Oldest College in Florida. Inter-DenomioatioBal bought, into the most charming color scheme
And a few ornamentals to keep up I I
So when Gabriel with that
with the times. comes
I Ask us for Free Book or writ direct to
AIM I Ib' He has been very close and cautious famous horn
To provide a liberal education a generous culture a thorough in buying, j I jTo sound the warning ResurrectionMorn. Peaslee-Gaulbert Co., Louisville, Ky.
t training of the phy.lclaf. intellectual and spiritual But you never can tell when your I eoerownoOSCEOLA
nature. kite is flying. This man will start for tb! heavenly HARDWARE COMPANY
1 Where it will fall in the land of the bowers
OFFERSFouryell' 1 sun, I From Florida, the beautiful "Land of Distributors for Pee-Gee Paint Products

r?+ courseleading -to A. B. degree. Pre-professional And he finds that his troubles have Flowers." Kissimmee' Florida.
?t courses in Agriculture, Medicine, Engineering, Law and just begun. .; .c. T. NORWOOD,
r ? Theology. Those trees will call considerable Min Hill, Tenn. T

Special departments: Music, Commerce, Home Economics, cash li ., e ae' ve Da \ D '.
0 And it cut him short his pw
may on
Fine and .Arts .
Normal Applied and Academy. "
,, morning'. hash Many Polk county groves of large
But his sorrow is'' changed to ludicrous area are changing hands. A campaign -
Roster of Lecturers for 1919-20 includes a large number fits .'' ''for, clean fruit has been launched. 1
,of'author,' scientists, artists, and professional ,men of national .- When. he thinks of the presence of ..
i prominence. I "grease and grits;" A good -citrus' crop is in evidence.

Thus he goes to work to beat the

%_ k'4, Naval Unit with instruction for ten ratings.. band ,,
Where the zephyrs blow on the sun-
shine sand, I
i Strong athletic program including aquatics. Expenses And he labors undaunted by sun -
moderate. shine rain
or .f I
Believing a fortune. he was sure. to If
1 1 f
Thirty-fifth year begins 22 September 1919. gain. "
.. ..., . But alasl! its sex proved of the feminine t
l kind
': For catalog*and other- Information address 'And he lost all he had but his presence .. "
| of mind. ,
His grove' would not .flourish without I

5 Winter Park Florida. I I .
fertilizer I )
; And bills, were limply Immen. .
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tQ They, say necessity's the moth r. of I

;..:Zfc e* '< invention .J
,,*\i*Oo -- i So without the slightest of evil in ,
X:' ** tentionHe M1
&..... ... -. .1 thought of a plan to reward his ,
.. labor rc" ,, J1
Iit'A' the 1I
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; Beginning ". By fleecing his friend' and. oldtime '
"" w** ** tf neighbor; .
$* f So he writes some long: letters to )
5'* and the Endthe Northern friends, f ,
sjrfft; t :: And a few boxes grapefruit and
oranges sends. '
r . How .th. tool breezes sweep from f
.1j 'i t f Day shore to shore.

.. He tells of the tropical fruits galore:
JJo/ S s He tells of the beautiful birds and
J :/ flowers
W : l 'There's health and comfort Of the lofty pines and leafy bowers,
<"*' The climate so grand to tell the truth ..
in the truly Ail-American.: Where DeSoto discovered the "Foun-
4F tain of Youth. t
i table a. He sends this good news where the
"everage'r cold winds blow.
fy o To '.his friends and neighbors in the
land of snow. < .
Thus the ""'" .
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H 'The .
. Original ; the Coast
Is crowded with that innumerablehost. -

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TO<-? 'POSTUMCEREAL Her he finds his. man without any GOOD IDEAL
trouble .
tiiii; ; ;
>/ ; And the cash''invested he can easily Open your
double- -
4 .1 1 Thug like so ''many have often done. LuckyStrikepack- -

. He sold out and 'lost where he should. ageS !thfo way. tear
Bid your*-troubles:: - Ells--have-won.--beautiful grove had just begun f off part of the top

"d' g0od-bye 'by '"joining the I bearing, only. ,
r5- c The profits of which he should have '.

great army'-who ,now drink .I been sharing. 1 Protects the .
,01<' .. Lucky Strike
'But he returned to the land from ...
'., Postum instead of coffee. 'I. whence became cigarette-a cigarette made
i Expecting to' find H" Just the same.
/ ,But truly' this la a progressive age, of that delicious, real Burloy. *" .

-4- ipl And .the ,trolly had .... --- .. ".' .. tobacco. '

% 'tTW8" :...sizes; .:esually sold. at 15c and 25c., Therewere of the, stag, many*. changes people . It's touted. '

and places, Du ed
it In familiar C ,
I, '' V* fact there were few faces. .
Then his thoughts went back to the
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I land fair .
4$ i so .

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MosifffJfos I 'The -;.Board of County Commission- hy"1."t$ } ..... J.-1II.o". :. .7' _

era. in and for Osceola county' Flor, The clerk 'read ,'in. open..IoD. a 11 ,'n SIf T, 1 .1: ,ll

Away 1o;Stay .ida.-met""ID regolar'sessionron'SepI; letter' from Mr. A. F. Strou ,t in .
!p ,water ,. 24d.-there i being present A. F.' Bass, which he agreed tOvtettle:; matter oi .x

.' chairman; E. L. D. Overstreet. Ernest select of way, by arbitration. he to 1 Y' 'ii J l'i' 1 ni'r 7'. v
Mach, John Partin and B.' U. one man and the board one

odnhrt.o.a Guy commissioners;, Pat Johnston,I and they to select: two, other; il
attorney: for the board, and J., L,' agreement could not be reached between -
'(." Overstreet clerk. them, 'whereupon Commissioner .'
.,\ tar The board was called to Order by' John Partinmade a motion

: ny. 1e. ,Ita chairman, 'A., F., Bass, and the, that the board acceptthe propositionand
, th -"4.en Uu.n.W( minutes of ,the regular and special that Capt. Farmer be appointed ar.r tiro 'tom.T .
I;t ...N..a.4e....thN ' _no. Will o.'m..... sessions".. of.., the .board read, 'and .ap. represent the county. Motion sec '
=. .M" ::" OOI .proved.. by Commissioner E. L. D. <*r;. g
Mr. W. .H. Sullivan'appeared,, ..
a p..Nanw .etas :/'". an4L r.a.' be-41to Overstreet and carried. "
:;.a-- :c-: Mr fore the board in regard to road The clerk presented in open board 1)"t;.. .

known as the Billiard Island and petition signed by' citizens of . :
'Th'; Sullivan road*and explained to them Loughman Settlement in which they '+ .apply cigarette contentment beyond anything -.J..
Q eo. that his .land. were damaged by the I asked the board to verify, said'peti- CAMELS i" .
\ M-.F7; Ala "road as approved and asked them to ,tion ,and if they >found that ,25 per r ''\> experienced l I.; ,You never tatted'utdl fun- i' {"

fence either side of the right of way cent of the freehold voter 'of such bodied mellow-mildness: ;" such refreshing;appetising'flavor
'when the 'road was opened; 'whereupon -]district. ai "wa .signed .and given in 1f' '
:' .' ...,, on'motion' ': coolness. Th. more ,Camels you smoke the
:. of Commissioner petition and map attached, to call ant '
John Partin secondedby Commissioner . election for 'the purpose of determining greater becomes your d.lighht-.Caanel.'ar ,much.. m' ctfm-'

: B.' iia Guy, 'and carried the I whether such territory should 'i.fte' reve/atfon/ z .
board 'agreed to grant his request. Sbe constituted Into. S. R. A B district '

D1LBUCKMASTER Mr.;H.. C.. Enge came .before the! whereupon,' on motion of ComJ Bverythingvabout .Camels .you find so fascinating .is due to :

board and stated that he had lived in J missioner E. L. D. O"' their qU"Uty-'to: the expert blend of choice Turkish and I r
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Osceola county for several years,and :coded by Commissioner Ernest.Mach I"
': ,- though rthe roads in,, his communitywere and carried said petition was filed. choice Domestic tobaccos. .r:
KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPATH S' in bad shape they had not made t The following bids for the construction You'll say 'ar.111 '
any complaint but''that. it was not of dipping vat were open VV .Camels databythemal ve.thyieanmade '&.;r.r : {

in such condiilon' as to make it necessary ed and read in open .board, to-wit t .to meet:your own personfasre. in so many ways), R.
to have, something, done and Bid of Fred. Lorenz. for construction : t" ',.I.
Freedom from ,
he insisted upon the board having of dipping vat complete, ''except any clgsretty'.; unpleasant ;
the road running from the McCool construction of pens, $395 each. dgaretty: odor makes'Camels particularly desirable "

STATE BANK BUILDING Dock. worked and the grade raised. I L Bid of C. S. Acree for construction to the most fastidious'81DOIte .' .And, You'mok.. Camels M 15 .Pcj '
i Mr. J. S. Daniels being present *f vat at Math Roberta V $450. V ;
Phone No. 162 marie the statement that he had I I,; Bid of Hull A Smith for construction Dr c o liberally ss meets your own wishes, for they,never tire your. "

I made some investments at Klshim- of' dipping vat complete., except taste I You are always keen for the.* .!I&t.J:
mee Park, and he would be pleased I construction of pens, $389. 3r 1** t'!
to see the roads Mentioned by Mr. .'i I I All bids having been opened and hb 18 :. a package cigarette satisfaction I that makes }:./;'

Enge raised so as to make them safe J J each carefully considered Commissioner Camels so attractive.-.Smokers is.1-t e.
t' "' INDLE' for repairs travel as, he might agreeing be needed to make,In: raising such1,'motion E.that L.contract D. Overstreet be awarded made to a be that the value is in the cigarettes, '?j.and ."

the road bed for $1.00pe r cubic 'Hull A: Smith, they being the lowest do not expect premiums or COQr' r? # ; 4t '

OTAsaa.Ip19ie yard he also agreed with the boardto and best bidders. Motion secondedby I ,
make necessary repairs on the .Commissioner John Partin and Compare
dock free of charge if they would carried. Camels with any cJftfrotto 'f.. ..,i'' :

ibdefn Scnellt7OshIdie1a1e i furnish the material .whereupon. I I Commissioner Overstreet then madea la'thm World at any price/ ,.,{4i-i!f: \:
Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet motion that vat at Jeni Bronson
Aaltpaal9d Qfd'e c.-Ia.....,.,. __.
teup made motion that the be be cut out and that vat at ford ; .. ..
a matter place .. _"- .". r...... w
for o seconded by Commissioner' B.. .H. Guy be constructed by the county. be given V.. t(,. fIoi.-a-*" **w.. *._"r'or *Moe ne.w..fa. es i ,Ji' '
W M H89111N.eaoe a and carried. to Hull &: Smith undsvtheir bid set K wlw y01//tread .Z- V % &< >. frj

Mr. Jack Simmons appeared before $389.00 per vat complete, etc., they LJ.RETNOLDSTOBACCOcOUAKi ? 1
the board and asked them to being present and agreeing/ to accept .. > > .
Q F. KRIBB3 A. AKERMAN make some repairs on the road running other vats at that price. Commissioner ; j I 'WIaat.a h ,No C. I 4pvr

W. J.. STEED from St..Cloud to his place, the John Partin seconded such # ''i
board after discussing with Mr. Simmons motion which carried and Messrs. -c'(;;; ':'f' 4.
KR1BBS, AKERHAN AND STEED decided it was too wet to at- Hull A Smith instructed to proceed 5.P .
&.......7. ... ..... a1 L... tempt any improvements on inch with the work. 44d'"St ;fkfd :
ID..,__ FI...... road at this time. The clerk presented and read In J

0....... ......... !. all State..* tI.... Mr. G. M. Shearouse leader of the open board several letters, which II:. ..... ;
State* c...._. Klsslmmee Concert Band with Mr. were ordered filed by the board. '"I ItI
A. J. MaeDonongh, came before the The following bills were examined I II

board in the interest of the band approved and ordered paid to-wit: :I .. V --- ... i
w. B. CRAWFORD"ATTORNEYATLAW no B William, lumber__ -
stating to them that the band was commisslonerI 11 : brldre; S 80 -
E L, D Overstreet. commls'r____ I.oo Jack Sparling, repair to auto. S:60
I well organized again and would be Ernest Mach commissioner ___ 8.OO L R Farmer supvervlsor road 1&0.00
in position to give good service to John Partin. commissioner ____ 10.00B L R Farmer rent for moles__ 16.00
Offices: 8, 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizen. the general public and that it was H Guy. commissioner ...... 14.nn O W Ashton. aupt road grading; 100.00
advertisement ] the but Pat Johniton, atty __.__._.____ 10.U. Dan Brown guard ___...__' _-:. (t.00 ,
Bank Building. an to county J L, Ovrstreet. clerk __________ 1100J F H Lawson; shoes to R G___. S4 80
a. the boys have been working hard E! Bsss, Janitor ____________ 60.OO J K Slngeltary lumber _-__ 178.4'
Klssimmee, : : : : Florida for several years and have been put W B Crawford, proa attr____ W B Makln.on Co., cement____ 880.00
T M Judge.15.OO Joe Johnston Inspection road 48 CO. WRIGL
to deal of in buying Murphy county
a great expense R Thor Weaver dem aict__._.. 100.on Will Jackson road work ____ 17.60
DR. R. J. DENNING instruments it was nothing but right L H Ingram, car of jail.____ IS.80 W B Maklncon Co, supplies 1135
they should have something for their AMI, Chancey malnt _____. 10.OO Shakr Colony, lumbr _u____._. 4 BO
DENTIST. services, and -asked the board to do- J B Owen, malnt .____....... 10.on., Ordla Bass, tick radlcatlon ... 76.00
Successor to Dr. W. W. Carson. nate as much .. five hundred dollars Mrs J E Btenson. malnt .-___- 10.oo Oscola Hdw., Co., spray vat.____... IS.{0Liwla
John work ..
on 14 40Southland
__________ 8.00 -
Over the Poitoffice. for the season. A majority of the Mrs Mr. L M Mahle.A Simmons malnt, malnt ._.. too.. Garage, hauling; .... 6:00 4'.
members of the board agreed they ._.. W F Ward, aim paid on vat___- ZOO.00
OFFICE HOURS; I to IS:SO. 1:10: to I. Mrs Tode Peterson malnt S onMrsC L, H Ing-ram, coat Clyde Wilson
______ .
O malnt_ 10 00
were right and also agreed to assist'them Lasslter. I

Office Phone 158.: _. ,, all they could but could not Mrs Samuel M Bronson.Montadoea.malnt malnt__.___.____.. 6.6.00 T M ca'---------------------Murphy do _________:___. 18.30 t IS c a package

give them an answer at this session Almenla Evans, malnt ........ 6..t T M B Murphy judge Juv court.. 15.60W 5
Crawford conviction fee 6 OO
of the board.Commissioner. Mrs M Smith malnt -_____... t.00 W B Crawford, amt paid deter 4.8' before the
ILEWIS IrBIITJH'i' ->,___ A. F. Bass reportedTtJTthe Julia Jernlgran, maint matnt..... C.00Mr ](L H In ram, feed of prisoners. 71.CO ; r
.___ .
that Jlncy Padsrett. B 09 |\ Tha County Depositories showed the
board Mrs. Tode Peterson
Mrs Jan Clement, malnt .._. 6.00 I ;
I following; balance In the variousfunds warv
i ATrORNEY-AT-LAW was the oldest citizen in Osceola Mrs S A Wllaon malnt __.____. C.00Mr Sept. 1st, 3919: ,>'
I county and as she i. ,unable to earn Janl John, malnt ...___ (410 General Revenue Fund __.$...41.11
Waling Building.rat her support and had no one to whom R O LjTlnrston. malnt ........ B.oo .Fine and Forfeiture Fund._. S.I4470 j
Frank Evans. malnt ___..____ 6.on Road and Bridge Fund CM.SO .
she could go for support the board H Tlllla, malnt __._._.___._.__. lS.fln Special Publicity Fund =:=: SOS.11 c a package -***-
I should assist. her, 'whereupon 'oom--S H McClelland' malnt __..._. BOOK Tick Eradication Fund __---10.839.16 :? .;
. Jthastos .O.p.-Oarr M missioner Ernest Mach made . mo:; Vorler malnt :___...-__.. B.00 I Hard Surface) Road Fund.___ 1.104.11' .5 ;
Claud. Sylvester malnt _.-.. E.OO i I| Paid warrants were ordered cancelled V during .: .
JOHNSTON ft: GARRETT ". .tion that she be allowed $8.00 per Mary Klnr, malnt -.,...._.. B.00 from the various fund a* follows : : the;:war
'ATTORNEY.AT.LAW'mc. I month. Motion was seconded by Delia Colllnrrton. malnt ....... 4 00 ,. ..... ., ..
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.Commissioner John Partin and car Mr H H Holland malnt...... II.OO General Reveune) Fund .rU.Ul.01FIne \ .'. ,, 1!'"'f> ..! I V: ,
.. 10, 11 and IS Citisens Bail! ried. t H Inarram. coat Insanity cue 11.10 and Forfeiture Fund _. 1.IU.410 ,".' '. '
T M Murphy", dQ....___.__.... a OO Road and Bridge Fund...... 1687.08 'i
Building I I Commissioner, B. H. :GUY.JrIade"I John S Cadet do ..-_-_......_.. 1.OOH TJck Eradication Fund .._.-. ">11.11 .... ".f." motion that Mr. Ordia Bass be instructed D Oelirer. do -....._..---? 100El Hard Surface Road _._.,.... 1600.00 '
I to collect all tools, buckets Derbyshire, do ............. t:on Mr. R. G. Reynolds, engineer in package I
L, H Inarram, do _____._____. ._ 6.46 a "''l' 'i;. l
[ of the work S. and B.
'and all equipments that have been ,T. M. Murphy do .___________ 100 charge on
5c ,
used in the construction of dipping John S Cadel, do ________*.___ 1.00 ,I district No. S, presented statementsof ,
'vats and deliver them to Mr. K. L. H. O. Oelfter do ............... '..00E work completed by the Florida NOW ; "
Derbyshire/ do ............. 1.00 .i.i'V , ,
Farmer, taking a receipt for same..Motion B) Derbyshire, do ............. S.00 Engineering: A: Contracting; Co, for r.:; .
G mm F PIIRUIER.SELLSr' was seconded by Commls-l T M Rivera, do ...._---- ? ._ S.00 the sum of $$6,386.58, which amount .0 1 ."
;''sioner John Partin and carried. ,I tI ..John8 Cadet do .._.__...___ 1.OO wah ordered paid by the board also . .. .
B. H. also made.T M Murphy, do _._.......__ S.OO till of f 95 commission to bond trustees V r4;
Commissioner Guy
I L H Ins-ram do ............. 1.1 . .
said .
'a motion that the bill of Phillip. Bros. |John 8 Cadel. do .?._...-... 100 : in district and 203.00 to '" > '
be''paid, motion'seconded by John ,? M,, Murphy, .do ?-_.,___.___ t.A* 'Mr. R. G. Rynold. for commissions. .
,' carried. .'L H Intrram do '-____..____., 8.70 I IK. I(I Th board, upon motion and duly THE FLAVOR LASTS .
Partin '
O Oelger do ..__..__...._ 1.00 ,
I| Mr. W. E. Smith appeared before I E Derbyshire, do _-.-.-...___ 100 seconded, and carried adjourned. ..... I,"
the board and ,asked them to cat s John 8 .Cadl. do ..?_....._.. 1.OO : : "1
Fire, Life. Accident and ,ditch along the roadway ever Ceme.tery T M Murphy'do _.._.._.._:;-.. 100 FLORIDA'S FAVORITE PAPER. SO DOES. THE PRICE!,
L H Ina-ram. do. _i__._.. 7.10 .
.. Hill to'carry off the water, and E) Derbyshire, do :_.._.._ ',00 The Tampa'' Morning Tribune Is ," .
Health, Plate cIa.i'ua, 'upon;motion' of Commissioner B. H, J H L O.Ovrstret.Oels-er. do amt paid_.._tor_.. 1.00 everlastingly fighting for the interests \ "

Guy, seconded by, Comm..lolI.r.JoJuiPartin. Red erroneous tax cert. ,..- 17.1' of the-.peopl. and the development +: : .. .. .. .....
Uid Boiler Insurance. and.carried, the matter was h' M idurphy-tnsanlty'caae._. .. '$
1 bility 1.00 of this section and one who I .' . "
: (referred to Supt..,Farmer. : "7 T M' Rivers, do _,,,--.-,--.__ I.OO no ... IJ .,' ) :. FJ"3
Executed Mr. W. H.' Mann came 'befoN"th.board" ;" John '8 Cadet -do ...__...,... 1.00K has the .welf....of South Florida at "I: ; :' ..F., ,. I ..
Legal Bond "' Derby.hlr'doAI,..___.. 1.00 (heart can afford not to be a constant :; I
and reported I" famtlv by" the.L H Ina-ram, do. ..-.".-._-. ., '.111 reader of the Tribune. Is Florida's '
1 name of Petiet living near him as Valley Oaiett, leraf, adr '__.I, '4*.II
1 Same L ,Needed.OFFICE in : of assistance\whereI ],Valley Oasett. bilL subpoenas 10.10 great I metropolitan paper carrying
I being need C L' Bandy ..commission.7, ' .OlOseeola. the full night and day report of,the ...
I upon, commissioner B. H.' Guy made Hdw. ,Co.. .upplle. ....._, 1.... Associated Press with intelligent .
U motion that they, be I allowed '10.00 ,.-,.i .....1W : fi'
it Bu month maintenance. Motion seconded __ ) '._.. SI*.(1 in every nook and corner
; ht$ ,per C *. Johnson notice for bids.." 1.CO in its territory. "Its .bio Sunday edi
by.: Commissioner John Partin of ,,..It. SSOO9'
W.H Arnold. pa mot- has .the most 'complete comic _
I 'ltion 'eM
and carried and the clerk instructed A J MacDonoasrn.: commissions 11.110 've
to draw .warrant to J..B. Pettet.''. Waters .* Carson.. eoppUea __.. 47."I land magazine section. printed:in' the tP
'WaterCars.n, appllea__ 1.11 State, and the subscription rates are jt ''q ?
Mr' -Post 'Hallows, engineer in ,....... I (.' +il'
.Postil Tel Co,> .;eo_ .0 "
,. $..00. for six ,
B. district .__ 17.47R only $8.00-per annum; Vs
charge of work on S. R. A B M Goodrich, drags -_ I -
J. THOMPSON. No' 2.' cam J efore the board and Water Thor w."eri gas plant and -oil44.80_* '' 17 4STCIsy ,I months and 2.00. for three'month. .1. Iif ,

presentedestimates for Work completed Tel Co, rent on''phone.__' set subscribetoday. V
= Director by contractors in the sun of J
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wer $2,028.63.' Commissioner B.' H. Guy J .e
\ made a motion .that such estimate be MOSOUITO'IS A > GLADYS ROCKWELLIN . J 4 i7h11
""; retained by the board and applied to rAs NEW. PICTURE r
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ucis e. dbmpany retained ,percentages and that' the paid clerk to be I "the Instructed ; ,.... "" :!,,, t:,- , "Broken Coa unandment ":. is,,-'the .. ' 'V.t .
[ EMBALMER to write. Mt.' M.' M.' Smith, ;Little'Insects Take Ueg-Tell-Fresa .lpIAcant.titN-of I +f xe d..e
a.-a member;of the-state road de- t' -:;, ,Co play starring "Gladys c,Brockwell.
L wa11 partmenV'to;'be present t at \the next 1 mosquitoes :iwhiek'Iscoming'to; ; the'Cashlo'Thea-
(tore'lad 'St. ft'f regular session of the,board." Motion ;Scientists:/ say ear-::.ter next Thursday.: From ,advance
tlr e.' TIs Ii' ;.i seconded. by Commissioner> ..Ernest vying the ,deadly ;malaria.and ther, ISM intense I" ,
Mach aid carried. epr '.*. disease germ are responsible; for and unusual,presentation of the love ..
Judge T. M. Murphy: came beforath.7bosrd.andatated more deaths than aU. of the wan'. of tone'girl and two men and the

,that .),fr.' Marcus since.the beginning of'time. laud results of, broken command . . ,. ..$
? D. Blood, had beenexamineCI for i The bite u often as deadly M a ments in two lives, that come at last r1.
jx M. TLLEFl l t; insanity aDd found to be and rattlesnake'' eat of their tangles through' the-nobility 11 : V. r .r+.,. yr, ., ,., .... -' ,

suggested that the board pay his ear }_By every method known to man of.the mea and their vnderstandbtsr -
Real 'Estcie eRty. fare to-vWUeorisra, his 'home state, kind Doth nationaland.1 I local: health -ot"1'tll'command.' : : -
amount of.ear far.' being about 956.Commissioner services are trying 0 to .. exterminate menta./ .d-The story-apparently offers ikY 'Da ifa ."
'. 'John I Parthr made a them but this wiflnever"W. must as' great promise as any ever shown 'LI ,' t . t
{ jZtil4beug6laad.olt . motion that the matter be referredto protect ourselves against this ,pest. and with MUS ,Brockwell as the star ,. d
Mr. Farmer,' he to dispose of him and.fcyia daily it. should be,a wholesome thriller. ,""'lAIr.
t= vstilaawF to- the best\advantage possible. Mo- ray off .the house can ,1Jt' + '
p an Tiila tion seconded by Commissioner. E.. I* be kept free) of mosquitoea: ( TORMENT The:act repealing the daylight saving 'Crand Prize L' Ftirr' .

ta. D.-Overstreet; and carried. '. : Is a gaseous ;Yapor;far which law, becomes t effective October +i u .Aimmnrifion % $rAlWT11. OIW'R'OIRQIOCUl a'
t; a Acddr' '. The, clerk presented biU Of ,W. .. F.:no. dangerous Insect: can ,live- It Is 26,' when the .clocks are turned back. $ : 4 VA
.., ,.' .. .tift Ward .f ,200.the7.mount..that..the but harmless to.. hu. It was passed over President's Wil t W(1te foCaet.awt0.aae11_ e

,IUJUCI<' D._ \ board agreed to pay for constructionof man ,beings. son's veto by a vote of 57 to 19 in utatxi..
; ,JDdCamiII ir.alstif dip 'vat Boa'Bramar Island, whereupon i. Sold by all druggists, general the Senate- and 223 to 101 in the :MAXWELL HOU5COFFEi
the board instructed warrant stores and dealers! everywhere. The House. It is one measure that was ..vh '
drawn for such amount also $250 to price I. 25 cents per bottle. Do not twice vetoed, and becomes a* law in . ." ;.....i;,.

to.elltrde: W. H. Arnold for work on vault; W. pay more. Manufactured by G. B. spite .of the double veto' ..,.J't". .. .. V+ ,_. ,u: '
ot bpi & Crawford for amount paid by him Williams Company, Quitman. Ga.,
nifid comma.IIV "to. provided exclusivelysws l :Welcome the tourists. .. ... -
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.. . erafife timber (tract -,1 r -Ouy. enaanlU.11a. .g f>tt, : .
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: .. ,1111 t*) '..,Ii/! JIfI.t.. <.1..I!: > _J <";1t''-i-'''' 1,' .,.4f II'1' ., ", bead>fa of 11 otiM cattle' and and kltcksB.a good bunch>> w.o". of'-WANTED you have-.,anr*need Fur-. r
..... nltur buy It. 1.
:1' range bogs loose OB the we Drop a.postal -
".lr .=- ++ :' ;I I .REGULAR DINNERS Farming tools and Implements if card t a t'K . '- .' .Folks say that a number of' our gated near. Kcnansvlll Prle t*.KOO.; Store, Orlando. Fl..."_37-.tpd.OUR .

,: '", citizens have refused to pay. their -
.iahlt' taxes just because .a kink in the law

...'VasaAa..w.\c... ".._., .,:-_-caw-11t ''makes 'impossible to forcibly, col- Beginning; Monday,. September 15, I w .
W would ,
not that
) ..... ...... .. ,such people ahould be skewered overa we will serve Regular Dinners from

.', .:'Y.ar_J_____,.,..' slow fire, butwe do think that the 12:00 to 3:00.o'clock for BIG STOCKFALfSHOES, ,
.. Montha. __.____ ..1.00 law should be amended so that they '
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MODtho .10 I
would be to lot of
obliged dig up a I 50 Cents'I
kopecks and simoleons to the
AllojsatMMrieatlorMi" from ourNtTWRr1 keep ::
la *. Dla.t' ,** iltTTUDnin&", just as the rest of us :I ,
I have to do. Let's all vote for the I
as.tter.wW for.t -sot....' retvrned new" city charter and put a stop .to I J
tai School Children's Dinner served
this great 'bu... '
...... f1 the Postofflce at KlssltnIsv i 0'' I
.... I in booths et 40 Cents.ROGERS' '
s aa .00114-0)00 matter.) Mr. John Shell, living 'in the mountains 'F
k SEPTEMBER if Ie it. ,of .Kentucky, is 131 years old., i '
t4 ,'- H.,was born the year that W.shlnej j '

t ;for "tj>e Dew charter.: J ItI.IsI' '.ton was elected president and was CAFE ,
eight months old when he took his

one< byHbe. HEsalmme.'board. .. of' seat,, and so has lived through every

'Jf.. ._ administration the country has ever ..... . ... . . . ... .i. .... . . .. . ... . .. . .J.Jbenevolenee. I .
had. He if still able to do manual
,:Jt The only....striking' that .}s being labor and has worked the Shell game '
\ Jon about,here U thai of"thS black longer than any person, living. .. The object of the meet- ;3u>use married .Cordelia Jillson, whe for:: "

ffcess,.and ;>o':'one objects to that. Inc Monday was the making of a survives him. -
. :.. 'J'I! I I. ; for President"says quilt for the orphans at Enterprise I He came to Kissimmee with his '
J *" an Influential newspaper in and so faithfully did the ladles ply wife ten years ago, just to spend the WOMEN & CHILDREN .
r ,The, wheels, of the' pubUo.schools'smoothly black headlines. Now brethren let's the needles that a quilt was nearly winter, but located here almost immediately -
4 I*, and good work put a stop to all that sort of thing. completed when they adjourned. and built the beautiful .

.Yidant k among ,.both. teacher. .and Gen. Persning is a very brave:and One very pleasant feature of the home on Verona street where they
pDar ", able general and the people love him afternoon was a miscellaneous shower have resided since. has been shipped arid te now. cm
.. but he.will never be president of the of dainty and useful presents forth In his younger days he went on a ,

The'life,of Kissimmee lack (United States. He has' just got back pastor's' wife Mrs 6. B. Falls, farm then was in the mercantile the wey. Invoices received this "
people ; from the big war with an untarnished in remembrance of her, birthday anDI..ry. business till he retired from business
. t ,.d much I",of tu customary .w..mesa' record, and rode at the head of Mrs. Falls was greatlysurprised altogether '
f_ week'for the total sugar. market his victorious army through the me- and very grateful for the He never united with a church but week. Our stock will show all the

I.entirely .;exhausted. jtropoUa. and capitol of his country evidence of goodwill. on the part of in the last few years he accepted the
.1 . ', mad. General of the Army the ladies. belief of Christian' Science and died Latest Styles in Shoes and at'
Several' .a life and the bleh..t.honor .At the conclusion of the afternoon in that faith.
, | new"xjemberB hare 'beento' that Congress can confer upon any the company wss/refreshed with iced : He was a member of the I. O. O. prices that will suit. -:- -:-, -_.
' eel the Kisslmmee Concertandwblcb man., This is surelyglory"enough. tea sandwiches, pickles and cakes, 'F. but never was identified with the I I ; .

; Is encouraging for those Let us not take our great and good Rev.Falls and Mr.Jim Johnston ar- Kissimmee lodge.He I
t lao, are. supporting It. (I General and drag him into politics riving in time to participate in this I was a man who won the respect
and make him the target for all the part of the program. and liking of his fellow men and'I i Don't Buy Until They ArriveH.

[ Kissimmee: will .hare one of thee evil-minded mud-slingers in the land. Among the members of the Circle there are many in the community
Great generals have not been conspicuous attending this meeting were: Mrs.,'who will mourn his death.
band-of :.
sY, .I,. the state this win- successes in the presidential Fred Heriberg, Mrs. Jim Johnston, '
'- : which''wQl dispense sweet music chair. Gen. Zachry Taylor came back Mrs. J. D. Jeffords, Mrs. W.H.Jones, Visiting cards pnnted by the Val-) :. C. STAN FORD CO.

,tore* concerts per. week*-GalnesriHe -from the Mexican war well nigh Mrs. Arthur Jones, Mrs. W. W. Bell, lev Gazette Job Department .
idolized by the people and Mrs. E. A. Milton Mrs. R. O. Livingston
a Daily;News.. wastriumphantly I of Low Prices in Kissimmee
elected to the .._Mrs. O. B. Falls Mrs. Ran-
: dency; but his was an some Mra. A. C. Chapman, Mrs. J.
The Casette is of Classified
( In receipt a copy ministration. Gen. U.: S. Grant pre.I-1 A. Barclay, Mrs. C. C. McLean, Mrs. AdvertisementsFOR

silent man of great deed.," Ross Barber Mrs. N. C. Bryan, Mrs. I I

i'pub-by8outbern elevated to the great eminence by I Leon Bass, Mrs. Royal Miss Susie SALE.-SCO Phonograph Record .

?' e,4lyee: ', ,lf all the negroes of this hie adoring countrymen and yet his; Bell, Mrs. Elizabeth Waring, and Columbia. Path. and Victor-or ,
R two administrations lasting; for eight Mrs. Hugh Geiger. will exchange for playable record
f country will read this paper and heed of any make. 8 R. Chapman, 40-ltp
years cannot be said to have added
teachings there will never be an- any glory in his name. Let. Gen. MR. NCWHOUSE PASSED AWAY WANTED.-To leaie for one year,
race riot. Persning alone where he is, we need I FRIDAY. with option of buying a small farmnear Our White Shoe Sale
'\ him more as general than president.I a rood village within easy
walking distance from graded
Th. Constitution of the United No one seems to know for sure what I George Henry Newbouse, who has chool Prefer one that has been
t.s; .. originally drawn was not party Gen. Pershing belongs to\ but been a well known citizen of Kissim- Improved for a poultry farm and

eet,;-as evidenced by the fact that the fact that he chose the gQod old mee for the past ten yean, "passed with house, with If Give possible full description In

V' bas been, several limes amended. democratic state of Missouri as the 'on" Friday night after a lingering first letter State lease and also Still Continues
place of his birth seems to indicate illness. U'rl". .h purchase price Harry W'
t w. find,"Mr-JtfVi"nlr. it a fair trial that b. and Woodrow are of the ) Mrs. Newhouse was with him at Long Island, Via Centre
Harbor. New .
y t new charter is not just what same political faith. However that .the time of his death, also one of his Hampshire. 40 -'- --

a t ,."want, ". can amend it. may be let us keep his name untarnished sons. Dr. F. V. Newhouse, who came FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Duroc- and our stock of Ladies and Children White Oxfords and
by partisan politics and have from Rochester Minn., when his Jersey pigs 4 months old, 130 a
;., hn..El.: mm.. mothers are band- on. clean brave soldier that we can I father's condition seemed serious. pair J., Fla.H. Lanler. Jr. R. R.I.jg-it-pd KUslmmee Pumps still contains a nice assortment from which to make

" f"r. -,, themserves together to purchase ask the young men of the country to I| He accompanied the body back your selection at the following moneysaving prices:
emulate. Then again there is the the old home in Pine Island, Minn., FOR SALE.-EO chickens. Henry 6Jaards.
;\'V ,'at'property' which will be fitted up as possibility that if he were to seek i.I Ito where it was interred in the beautiful 40-tf AD $10.00 _.___ New $7-50 AD $4.00 ___ ___ New $1S

I' t, . public'recreation ground for the the presidency, it being entirely. out.'[ family lot. Mrs. Newhouse's FOR SALE-Corn In the ear, at SI 00 All 9.00 ___ ___ Now 6.75 All 3.50 ___ ___ New 2.75

;. .' .young people, with a rest room and of his line, he might not run any health would not permit her making a Kissimmee.barrel. J.Fla H. Lanier Jr. 1-l R.. R.-pd.1, AD 8.50 ___ ___ New 6.50 AO 3.00 ___ ___ Now 2JE5
and better than lame crawfish and time of the
residents a the at this
the older trip
tearoom for year.
AD 7.50 ___ ___ New 5.75 AD %.SO ___ ___ New 1.75
Dot of town It's safe come out of the race with his dignity I The late Mr. Newhouse was near- FOR RENT-Two room apartmentwith
:rr4: ;' shoppers. a all mussed up. We've got a good ing his eighty-first. birthday when bath and screened porch $14 All ISO ___ ___ New 4.75 AB ZOO ___ ___ New 1.50

;iF yredlctloi; that they will find some general let', Keep him where he is ,the call came. He was born in Rotterdam per month; three room apartment, AD 6.00 ___ ___ Now 4.25 AD 1.50 ___ ___ N.w 1.10

fl: :*ray to., carry out this plan' which for we may need him' mighty bailsome ; | Holland, and came to America 014 gle; 'four room, room ft per apartment! Till. Sin AH 5.50 ___ ___ N.w 3.75 AD 1.25 ___ ___ Now .90
'MR rR, <.would add materially to'the upliftM of these days.SURPRISE. when he was five years old. He Includes water and OI\r.hto.\ louse:
the city generally. lived in New York city for twelve pleasant, close In. modern. Mrs E. AD 5.00 ___ _.. Now 3.50 AD 1.00 ___ ___ New .75
B. Wells, lit Mabbette 81 It-tt.
l PARTY. years then moved to Wisconsin theIto BIG REDUCTION ON ALL KEDS
I., VOTE' FORCHARTER.. I, Minnesota. .__ FOX EXCHANGE-For residence in
iD" (Written for last week.) As' a young man-he' married Miss Kissimmee, 40 acres good citrus and Better Call sad Be Fitted Before It Is Tee Late
listening to the objections ral.II Many are the friends in Kissim Marietta Tucker, and this union war farm land In Wilson LAke Settle

.ed ;'. It /critics to.the. ratification of mee and elsewhere who annually recall -I blessed with nine children, six: boi ment I acres: 10 citrus acre In fruit good beginning cultivation to; FRED S. GILBERT

sq charter, Just remember that that September 6th i. Mnu. F. and three girls, six of this family ae bear; house and outbuilding, ; SO .
-. me humanly impossible 'to-J. Van .Ducer's .natal day. But she(till living In. ,Mbmeaota and Wisconsin : acres rood pine timber. A bargain.
What have you. W. D.: parsons.
. a charter that would meet the has with. her this school year a veritable ' t., Box 181, Kissimmee, Fla.8tpd
"chip off the old block. in the Mrs. Newhouse died about twent;-
val of everybody. Flaws could of her granddaughter.. FOR SALE-One Emerson Typewriter '
person young three years ago, and later Mr. New.NOTICE'
tnCB.l three, visible, as good .. new
would be picked in any draft Frances Van Duzer who arranirsdlast Apply Valley Gaaette. tf

Itted, no matter how learned orversed week a most successful. and.. joyful .
t" birthday surprise. WANTED-Practical nurslnr. Maternity -
in such matters the par-
a ; cases a specialty. Phone 101
\ On Friday afternoon she sent her
l ,l'f I Mrs E. Eames. -4t-pd,
'It tla drawing. the. document might be. then heaecorated Mary
grandmother a s j
"JIM" Therefore it Is not contended that the house with choice flowers Chapter 7800. Act of 1919. provides FOR BALE-One Jersey cow and 60 I -V- 1 tr

/ \t the proposed' .charter is perfect, butl."It. ordered a bountiful supply of ice that all persons who registered chickens. Henry Bjaarda 181tf t trO

la claimed' that it more nearly ;cream and cake received the guests automobiles carrying five or WANTED A cook; white woman at
a in her persons .
who came response to cordial Park Hotel. 88-41
_ ;'1F saita the conditions here at the present .' little invitation cards, and when ,all less in 1916. and paid more than tor
time than the' general state law' DWELLBfOS Apply to M
'i'r ; ,the friends had arrived she peremptorily five dollars for the full year, or two Tiller. t ,
del" 'which we, are now working telephoned her grand mammato '
I :wot>id confer' new powers and priv-+ come home. 4oUart and fifty cents for the half FARMERS-Bend today for* free sam
'of the Florida
s,',to which! ''a' city: thesice, andrtaDce .1 Every. The part honoree of the was program thoroughly sunee.ded. year shall be refunded all paid i id. ltockm n,' published at Jaakwnvilld.
Tails about livestock raising dairy
of Kiulmm.e'bentitled, taken by surprise. excess of the amounts stated which in*, poultry, eitrna) fruit and trucking -
have' been secured by{ twie a month at too per yeartbr -
{ which From 8 to 6 o'clock happiness b'i
sums are now available for payment .. years for II 00. Only livestockand
&etically..every: town 4 la Florida of reigned. supreme.rrher. general fanning paper In* tbe .
uy;considerable'size by the adoption ." Is no friend' like. an old The law authorizing the money to .. Write today. pML -'

rt.a,charter' drawn .to,fit,the condi- Whose friend'life path meets our ,own, be. refunded .requires. that demand be TORt attractive BAUD-Second-hand prices. Oeeeola Ford Motor ears ..1 1 iI / ..;.. .

'/ Ate. Whose dawn and noon and'evening made to the COmptroller'witl n one Co, 101 Broadway. -tC. -- IUNCLE I

.'I ,.. wu openly discussed :Have known what we ha.elmown.'ADDt .* from June. 9th, 1919... I
year FORt1ALBBighty\ acres: Jl arcs
wo largely attended' meetings 'of .Frank's seventy-four years the cleared and under fences S acre la SAM'S MAILS are safe and sure and our splendid! I
s'' ,. of rich and varied experience havegiven by satisfactory proof that
the board of trade, and there,was nor; 9li
her interest which for i
common giving attention to mailed,depotiMare
a:.::>; u dissenting voice" to its adoption in.touches some chord in each and all person applying is entitled to it. 460 Ml > ..............+.. . prompt k

t, Its'prsHDtfona.\ was nothing Jof Those -; -. 1 NOTE THIS REFERSONLYTO tie result of a careful studied: effort to satisfactorily .serve a\ rse 1 t

: /li":jMcret, ,or' 'und.rhand.Jt. r these I I who enjoyed the pleasant social REGISTRATIONS FOR 1918: TO \ FOR SALE ] and
affair constantly list Y
thew attended by included::Mesdames Mary growing of out-of-town depositors..
.. ;gtr.meot1ngL'and McLain/Key Johnson'John. McPhat- GARS CARRYING:: FIVE PERSONS
,I;";t, ;.leading"business men of the iter. Mason- Tiler Garland Hankins, OR-LESS.: WHERE 'MORE THAN '

tbytdwL\ Breryone ;;who''desired, to.'do'Clay-Johnson, 1..-M.,Williams, C. F ,, 1..01.103 and 104 WHEN YOU CANT COME-'TO. .TOW '
'*, so.: ., '.,Prl1"1l.cect'" and.Invited to,ask Thrasher\.* G.Francis H. M.Pf ann, 5.00 FOR THE, FULL YEAR OR SoUth of Range 28 .
; W.' H. Coleman,4R.' C..,Barber," F. J, THAN FOR THE RALF
J questions {about,, it Y and become; informed'as L.' ,'Bar MORE $2.50 Orange Center USE THE MAILS V"V
Thompson, aW. *
,to the':changes tba''woald Frances Keeper. Mb' Jones YEAR?WAS.PAID. .

t '' : about.loathe;dty'govern-_. Keller and W. J.' p p Flos BLANKS MAY BE HAD FROM MAKE ME AN OFFER If wiD ..
.: our' sic Lathrop; Maude'Thomason/-Ruth THE COUNTY TAX COLLECTORS -. yea M ..,wffl gladly_tB Foe j

,74Zb4 board ..f'tred.appointed''tbote' : : Campbell and Margaret Wina.V. :' EATON ...
'dra.tbe' eb te1' th. ,. Several\friends'called. later: in the OR: FROM M. H. .era abeat it, aad iaddeataBy a few pM ,.,

; eftJ JIC' to'. ,extend felicitations ** :. a... F..reh.. 31',, ".,...,.,
V ERNEST 'AMOS. Comptroller .
board of trade.Batter making the ( . '
%. ; : among, ''.th m Howard": Sats;'.'whose1bfarthday macs why yea sae..Id ae tkls bank '. '.,
-' changes it UCh'.ulrablei.ndo is:also September 6th." Mrs. Tallahassee, Florida. .fO. L ./" f -

J --d,the tb rter..aD4'It;ia'the,'duty of I Van 'Duxer'and Howard, since Howi --- '. - ;, "t.' .

r V >Tevery member of th..kardofitrad'to. 'birthdaygreetlnge-not omit- :: r
ted ,even ..tbd1days :
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,.vote and work for itfratlflcatlon.rfr .. : !
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ontbe/Mexicanborder caused 1 ;
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. ,.In;" order to.'.......,,/onrard.* .'_. must,forget. ;5-1' ;'r..;L..4' t 'TeJegrap*' Orders. Pre ptiy, Attended te., : Opea Day sad, Nigkt .; STATE BANK 01 .

>' ;* ,jise progressive 'methodsT The 'ratiS : .Many annual days; y we wish for '. . ', .
' *eatloaof the new'.charter ig'a'pror' you dear:friend.r IItey ., . -'ate'a.EISELSTEIN'...- '
..<. 1 .'....- r ,... e+ ...-health,',........!'".'>!.' ... -;;1. s
, .1... enw"'ateP. - . . ,..l.l.::: : ? Nights Of sleep.__' "C'-- .
t. H- ,Lessons of bounty and of beauty.

The'" aerviees will be 11.Idx'at '
:"vi: Mgular : .
.,, ) '*h,."First Baptist/ch rch when \ ORK. FOR IORPHAN BROS. RESOURCES 1750,000.00
4 RevTo. B. Falls will fill the pulpit.' .' ';,-- ] $ Capital $ oeooo.oo

':?'i:, Subject be ."Putting',for, the First. morning.Thtogs.servioerwill ." I h? "(Written:'fo*' Last\"WeekV: l' hI| -Funeral Directors <&M Embalmers

;, ,Sub' for evening,service, Folly, On -Monday the ladies of tHe 'Bap Officcn aad Dvecteni.
.....: Confidence." ; ' tisiCircl, held' one of the delightful C. A. CARSON President '
"' .dnesda '.. SeptemBer' '24th has meetings for;.which .the society ha* ST.. CLOUD: FLORIDA M..KATZ and E. L, L.: 'P Pe- -
/j'i.n'set. aside as "practical fast become famous during the period of .. J. D. JEFFORDS, Cashier '

14 .7'and a day of prayer" and In the(church building at the 'handsome N. B. CARSON. .

.. nr.Ilisg'a prayer .rally 'will be held building which their efforts aided .in '. C M; KATZ,
_,. eburcJa, completing. CARSON. H. FLEM '
d '- 'While the circle "went\o"eithe N. C. BRYAN. '
sk WestfaU has arrived from top? with more than its Assistant E..L. i :.4r i .
Office Lady
Pfcese 60.
: : lad Residence ldch,v and will spend the the 'church it has ,not 'discontinued' . J. WADE.TUCKER, DlrectorsT i '"
b.rttlf. ; .hi I.:mother, :Mrs. Its '.ffortr'but: is"now' gathering. aparsonage .L ,- ;.., =' I

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: wr..r :Casino : (Mr.,.wrt Mrs;; A." K.: : DromgW and
; Theatre ''thetrdlaJ'IIaiec"IItt1e daughter have .
1' returned froro: .HendersenrTne, .K;'C, I S.*'ho, son aTryry .-r-" .. .. ..ft -f'-' "" '''''''''' ....... .-.". __
VYeek of September .: where they ,have been'spending"thesummer '; -
See '"MJckey' tonight. Matinee. 8:80. .tit' I' ) Might:8:18 ,{4 I
DAT'Constance Montague Ross, one''o' Nashville'smost I
Henry Clghtsey started for the : In >. eminent attorneys was in.KIssimmee -
east coast yesterday on a business'' "EXPERIMENTIL IIARRIAQK.: '" this week on a business mis- 'SlJmethlng'll s

trip.Mrs I,llth Epl.ode THE MAN of OP ),fIOHT." \ ion. While here he renewed his acquaintance p pAt
.* Ira' Beat arrived from Jacksonville I1'' TUESDAY with his old time friend,
t6 spend the week with relatives Douglas. Fairbanks In .. W.. B. Crawford.Mrs .
here.. -, !f' "HE COMES UP-SMILiNO" H. W., Wilcox and two daughters .

..fNo more .nti. Bogart's Ant Po .-;(I Luan. ,and. Frlta CartooDLWElDNE.. A T ,: of Iowa,, arrived in Kissimmeelast
on will do the work. For sale by 'Earl, VTIlllams InTHE week to spend the winter and
HORNET'S NB8T,1' are'comfortably their win-
Central -Drug Store. v* .
( Mutt. I JelL ter residence, 302 Bermuda avenue. :
Wood 'Tyq er'has leased the: vacant TRCttSDAT Mri. Wilcox is driving through in his
room in the Pilley block and is haying Gladys 'Brock wen In car and will join them later, Less Than Cost A
it fitted for -HROKKN COMMANDMENT.. ,
up garage, Harold Lord Comedy. Hon. S. S.' Griffin is able to-be, up :
Mrs; B. S. Butler and two small -
miDAT and about the streets after being" -
'children of Granger Ga., dare' visitIng -;QCOFKValnh! 'LLn for th, past; two weeks af his home
Mrs."Butler't. mother,-}Ir.. .'"Alma,.uaumont News.' R*SAT.,L. SO."' on Lake Eo .. He returned to'.Orlando 20-. _
T. Morrison.,' ,Ham ,A, Dudd Comedy.SATURDAY'. several days''. ago from Hot Beginning on Saturday Sept. -
We have client borrow Springs but yesterday ,wail, his first ,
some money on property near Kis. ChaA. Ray fin day 'out-Orlando Reporter-Star., _
.... Can offer first class securi Christie"LAW8 Comedy.Or. THE. NORTH.", Mr. and Mrs. V, A. Madill and two .
ty. Nelson Realty Company.I! children and Mr. .J.' Itter' are expected will p ton,,, giving CUT PRICES on my ,entire,;stock. ; ')
Miss Lola Lawler arrived Friday.I I t, I to reach Klssimmee. this week 1 '
Fairbanks wholesale
Douglas to the '
"-- comes of ; now selling prices'since ; ; ;
night from her' home in Tallahassee for an extended visit with G. ,A. :
;Casino in "He
Tuesday Comes Up
and will be the guest of Mrs. J.Wade"' Smiling.. ,,j 1 j Briggs and family. Mrs. Madtll is 'the last raise a few. ;days'ago. You will find ,alt merchandise -, .4 '
Tucker for several months. + r Mrs. Erigg's sister and Mr. Itter! is '
\ For Sale.-Ferrii strain of white t stone"Manager'Ben Hotel, made Baird a.busines, of the'strip,- .'home.'her. father. He' will make this hi. cheaper than I can' 'buy:wholesale today. You:

leghorn .hatching eggs; also day old Tampa the ftr.\ of the week. I will find wonderful: reduction on goods. .-:-. -'s- ,.I-t ; '
chi][ after October 16th. A. E. Thomas -,| poison and J I'.I Rev,..O. B.-Fslls'wbo it enraged . .. < ,
Telephone 216-8 rings Kissimmee .' The only. eaten carried Tin the' Seventy-Five Million Dollar . ; .:I
to'their nests by ants-Bogart's Ant
eampaign1'states i thathe hay twice .
After, Fla.two 40-U. Poison-25c. At Central Drug Store,!I visited his'' eight' counties"and that Shoes, $10.00. now ____..,_____.,-$ 8.00 Olle.i, Shuts, '$2.50.ow\ .__---.._< ,2." i"' "
Ruth Thomas 'returned weeks vacation Thursday Miss to i"I'' Quite a number 'of' social items ,I the')organisation-is .now practically Shoes. 9JW, now -*?:-------- 7.00 Drew. Shirt."$2.00.()( ,sow; ___-,____. 15 1: '.:, y"- '
and communications are' unavoidably complete. It is thoapt'that 400. ",
Jacksonville with the to resume her position crowded out ef this issuebut -will,,,4100 of the fund will be raised Inthrs Shoes; &b, now _.._.;- 6J>0 Brown. Domestics, ''16c..-2Se' and._... ,.33 ". i .
Chemical American Agricultural appear next week. "-territory. \ Shoes 750. now . .- 5.50 24c-and . :
Company. _----- ------ Bleaching.! ...l .'!'-... :r.
I I Mrs. Wagner': itu -returned Both'.ermon.. theChristian .
D. G. at
have The family of J. J. Griffin who from a pleasant visit with Dr.. SoW\ ..!,I church' next Sunday''will deal with Shoes, 6.50. now ._____.__.?__.__ 4.50.Gin"'am.' ..' 20c and ;._, ___.________ '25; '
been .
the country spending be near the Mr.summer Griffin's in Lawler' and family at their home-In: the,,subject of Christian. The'morn- Shoes, 6.00 now ------.------ 4.00 Percale J 25c and'' 2_" ..1..J.I,1TCkildrea's !! : -. -:..50"rShhoe. ; ;;;.:;; : .

work have returned to their pleasant Tallahassee. j,ing sermon" will be'the "Christian at .." 5.00. now ___,_i; __ 3J&Q ... '4
Church and the tt
,I, evening 'sermon 1. t.
home on Main street. j I Mr .Charles Nichols of Sunny.I l'ui Grail Wtt' Coat
I,vale, Calif., is visiting at the home of,will be "The Christian in the Com ; 4..00,- now _*---------- us'! ., J
THE THOSE.NEW: WHO CITY HAVE NOT CHARTER READ :Tier brother-in-laws, Capt. Clay John .:vited.munity." The public-. \ cordially In- eaper Shoes Cut in Proportion. Coat,. $330, now: .i____.-__*-l.i.j'Cost 'Z.7S .. '.'..

SHOULD son, and Mr. K. 8. Johnson. .4.00. $.00 cask
VOTE AGAINST IT., I the Hoiu/Dreoes now ------ -- --- ,
THOSE I Nice big lot equipped with Skinner Edwin Mitchell, who hr.s been 33.OOnow 2.00House k

WILL VOTE WHO AGAINST HAVE IT.-READ(Adv.IT) system of W gallon; fine land for for-the guest of Mr.month and ,Mrs.left Tuesday J. S. Cadet for Dresses,' 230, n'ow' ___.__ 145. ,White. Dresses, ,$330. nowl'...>jf.-''_ 3.0, ',
trucking purposes. Can make termsto .. ,,2.00'IS.OO :-1M
402t. White Dresses. 2.50. n ... '
his home in- Washington .
suit purchaser. Nelson -
Mrs. Lena E. Van Ducor, of Or. Company. Realty Cadel accompanied him' 'as far as

lando, and Mrs. F. Bertram Shipp of Lan 101. of Chattanooga Jacksonville where she spent a few $ Suits, now __?$ 11.50 . .., .. :,
Mrs. A. D. '
Greensboro % .
Mr. Mrs. Cadel'snephew. (0
the days. Mitchell
Mrs. W. ?Maine Hutson at guests her homeon of Tenn., an old time visitor1 JnKiisimmee. : 12.50 Suit, now -.._ 9.50 ." M..'. aad Wesata's Hats'aid Cap*. l' ,

Water street.-St.Augustine Rec and will spend, arrived the here winter last at week the I'I I Mrs. Parks Adair and little daughter MEN'S UNDERWEAR. Men's Work Shirts, Pants aid Overalls, a1'r, ; "! ;

ord.Miss Eleanor Moseley has accepted home of Capt. and Mrs. Clay John are, the Vivian guests Parks of ,M"of....Clinton C. V. .,.e.rdenthl. S. C., Drawers $1.25, now ___.__._._$ 1.00 Hundreds of OtMr''I1da11 I.. NaJsnrwuto 'J'1 , .

a position in the Mulberry high son.THOSE week. Mrs. Adair was formerly Shirts $|-2f now ?__,--___ 1.00 Meatien.: +' 4 {-
school where she will teach mathematics Miss Rachel Lealce, who spent her -' ,
till she is called to government THE NEW CITY CHARTER girlhood days in Kissimmee and her t'JI

first of service the ,year.which Mrs.will Moseley likely be has the THOSE SHOULD WHO VOTE HAVE AGAINST READ IT.IT'delighted former friends to see and her are \

leased her home to Mr. Walter Lee. .WILL VOTE AGAINST IT.-Adv.40-2t.) J I II i II [I L. M. Marsh, formerly of Ktssim- All Going on this Less than Wholesale.

", and will leave the early part of the ,mee but now living at Avon Park
year to join her daughter. I I I J. K. Conn and C. D. Dyal president -'where he is engaged the real estate "
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Carroll and,twosons I and cashier respectively, of the business was visiting relatives "
and Mrs. Bank of Saint Cloud and A. Diefen- and friends in Kisaimmee this week.
geratid.\ dorf also of "the Wonder City" Mr. Marsh says Avon Park is grow- o ;

simmee this week to the delight of were prominent. visitors in Kissimmee -I Ing, rapidly now and that a number f n. *' * '*
their many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday.The of new buildings! are going up there. AWSQNKissimmee #
Carroll are both popular in Kissim stork visited the home of Mr. I I A. S. Branson road master for the
mee and the people here will be and Mrs. W. L. Poulk Saturday A. C. L. railroad at Kissimmee. left ...
glad to know they are thinking of morning and left a fine baby boy W. Sunday on s ten day trip to Chicago ... ;
moving back to Florida, provided Mr. L. Jr., who will no doubt be of great to attend the road master's conven <, ,
Carroll can dispose of his Georgia assistance to his father in. his duties tion. Mr. Branson expects to take 4- '
property. ,at the post office. i iI . trip arranged for the Florida. Next to Po tofficeoJ .
Mrs. Windom L. Gwynn of Orlan--I I H. M. Breaker left Sunday for *delegates and will return via Niagara {
da, spent Wednesday in Kissimmee Chattanooga Tenn.,for a week's visit Falls, and other places of inter- .. .._
visiting at the home of Mrs. C. V. with relatives. He we. accompanied 1'I jest.I :r-r-
Bearden. Mrs. Gwynn was formerly by Miss Irene Franklin as far as I l I i THOSE WHO HAVE NOT READ
Miss Eleanor Van Dusor and came Atlanta where she entered! the Ella- THE NEW CITY CHARTER
down to visit her former schoolmate abeth Mather Academy. j,SHOULD VOTE AGAINST IT. 1.
aad friend Mrs. Parks Adair, who I. Lyles Story returned Tuesday from THOSE WHO HAVE READ IT
visiting her auntMrs.. Bearden. [I I Winter Haven, where he went on a WILL VOTE AGAINST IT.-Adv.) .. r <
Mrs. Scott Souders of Tampa, Is short business .trip. Mrs. Story and 402t. t
visiting her mother, Mrs. C. V. Bear their' small son, who had been visit. 8. Marion Green, an attorney and .
Ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. former government official in Washington \
den.G.. W. Trometer, assistant photographer Mills, accompanied him home. D. C., arrived' Kissimmee Edison i +
for H. T. Miller, left ye.ter.j Miss Pattie Martin and her mother, a few days ago: from 'Boulder, Colo., 'J'.
day for St. Cloud to spend a couple came up from Lnkeland for a few for a visit with his brother, ErnestL. "'; '
of weeks with his mother. At Kis)days the last of the week to visit Green.' After a' few weeks here ,_ . _', ....:,.I : , . .,!rIi -
simmee he took the bus for-St.. Cloud{.friends here. Miss Martin.wan one he expects to go to Port-Tampa City i j,11 .. :: .'\'\, ',. ...
and on the way over another car of the high school teachers here last for a visit with Dr. and Mrs Row- ,O'l Rett'od Cabiri't'S ,... Il;',
ran into, the' bus and Mr. Trometerwas ,year, and is teaching in the Lakeland land F,Altree and later will join his ;, ..r.f' \,I. :.
school this winter. wife and in Purcellville Va . ", ", '- '' ."
severely shaken up and, received high son ; 'Ii', "'' "" 1. ""! 'J"," "''1
several deep cuts on the leg. One For Sale. Good six T'oom house 'We' lave some gilt edge property : ; 'f' ,.'. "t" ''f >
ngeerlone.- hurt but noth Iud lately been-painted'' and repaired in and near Kansas City M6.. to .: grace both / : ,
d Star. between an acre and a half and two trade for property in Florida.. Must 1 ,
Newt Taylor, of Cocoanut Grove acres of best kind of garden ''land; be-first- class property. Will give or ..'..
is visiting his brother. G. M. Taylor good flowing' well only about three I take difference. What have you got music and home '
while recuperating from a serious blocks from churcit and ..chooL'Will to offer Nelson Realty Co. ,
illness. Mr. Taylor who is section sell cheap. Nelson Realty Co. Ralph Turner, who hag been with II> ;

foreman for the F. E.! C. Ry. Co, is J W.i W.'Strops, of Orchard Nebraska Armour A. Co., at Tampa+ the past Eloquent of culture, when silent!. .
of the at St. Augustine visited the'week- five :
just out hospital a few day."ClftI' weeks, w4 visiting frvlativesand
where he has been under end at the home of his old Nebraska friends here Saturday. Ralphwas :tJl
treatment for ten weeks. He is not neighbors Mr. and Mrs'A. R. Dennis on his way to Valdosta, Ga. -- Vibrant with music, when RE-CREATING: :
well yet, but I.. -slowly improving at Shingle Creek. Mr. Strope where he is being transferred anti ... .
Newt is a former resident of Kissimmee has a brother living .at Zephyrhillswhom promoted to the position of house 'Its'erlod
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aid his many old friends here he is visiting at present. He I salesman 'in the Armour plant of. The New Edison matches its art with sits, appe3ranc'e.; ; -

are glad to sea him again. also had business to transact at that city. HUH*.. .-m"r"w .*.is* -'. t* ii
S Dr. C. E. Dunaway, of Valdosta Okeechobee, making the trip to that Lieut. Maitdn'Dupont hasO4st returned t,; ;" "/1. '
Ga. arrived in Kissimmee last night point on Monday and Tuesday. I from Jacksonvillewhere he designs are notable for 'theirauthenticiTh .'gym"
to locate and practice his professionhere. Mr. and Mrs J. T. Burckhalter and went to take a special course In sanitation :
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He' is a young man, and has little son Joe, .nd' Rev Owen Still! given by the State 'Board ofHealth ."' '

has charge Just from.recently the medical received department his dis rEustis.pastor of drove the.down Christian to .Kissimmee church at,I State ,rural for the sanitaryinspectors purpose of fitting'for T better you'I, .know? furniturthe, 'more: 'yotit 7 w i :",;.: -7J -

of the Vrmy.+ Dr. Dnnaway i comes toKisstasnee ,,Saturday and)' spent: the' day with i their duties.) Lieutenant .Dupont passed l\: '. ,
highly recommended a* a friends. Mr.'Burckhalter,"'was1' ,here a.creditable. examination and has appreciate the 'beauty and pu'xity.C'f..thei: ; line sly '
been "assigned tothis', district, which
physicin and surgeon. For the present i Monday also, accompanied' by his: . .. .
he U making his headquarters cousin, C. O. Stansell, of Elko, S.. C. I includes Osceolsr and ,seven other f' ">'1. d'

the Ce ral. Drug Store but will open .!who is looking' over this section 01' counties ' .Mi.s Elsie 'de.,Wolfe_ (A n fica'. t relDoide.i; n household' jnteriorleaya -
offs as soon. as arrangements Florida with...a view of buying ; 'Mr.. and MrsHenry; ButtorfT, left ;, :
can befcade. home and locating. .1' Sunday for, Tampa where they have I, :; "'" ,' '
--- ---- ---, - located,.,. Since.Mr. Buttorff was honorably t I n. -

discharged from military, service f,' ."The saperiorfarnitara'valdt of',.Editon cabinet* 'can- "

: parents"they here.: bave"been'They motored' visiting to their their scarcely. 'fail to impress. the. 'idver. ,'of.good,,furniture.:'' ''.
w ;u c. 1 L.' ls"Ciming'DOwn'J new home in'' company with Mrs. H. --P .; ', \\.11 s i. '. .. .. ,
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C. Stanford,,Miss Margaret Stanford .c A p #CiI7
: and ,Mrs. P...Buttorff, who visited ; '
friends in the 'city, and ,returned i 4e NEW EDISON.
T home.Monday. ', ''If'-. -'VJ:
J .:A You WHl. See Bj. ;the.Folio. wing Prices Congressman and :Mrs. :W. J. .- '. r' c ' .

.ir I\, -4 fi 1 I Sears,, arrived, home this week, "Mr. : "The Phonograph,, wfth a.S. ,": ., _ -,
j. For. "Cash Qnly' y''' !t I Sears having driven 'down from

; 'Washington. hia car J to Asheville, ..... .. 't
--" ,.: r4Hndanta I I N:'C. where| Mrs.; Sears-, baa beenspending \ .
24 lb | Pfflsliury Flour.:' 1.85 Meal, ft ..._.__... ..06 < the "summer and bringing : '" --d, ." _i. '" .... ..
.. I her.and7 :Miss Lois Johnson -home ;t '
:, on ,;;6' 1
12 Lima _ _
lb t Pillsbury FJjmr.95 Beans ... ._--- .15 from there. Mrs.. Soars many,friends t. ij1Nor
24 b e Self.JUaine 'Tour... 1.65skfeelf Navy Beans,; 2 lbs, .___ .25 be know that her health .J ,; ,'l 1Williiai ', .ire 'd ete i&itru-, " 1

12 lb Rising Flour.- .8* Por.k.ajadxBeanseans" -----, .2$ [twill ueb. improved as'a result of her SheratonHeppeiwMte.;"", reaclii .of '
.80 .,8. ...._ .25 j summer, outing. Mr.,Sean ,expects and ,menu.beyond,, :\ "- 'b
tt\\ pound ..>.... ..." Tomatoes, eans -. I Mary.;' -L "
Ito\ leave for' Washington 'tomorrow 'w tbo Comein i
White ._....82 Ortacon ffo bars____:.. .60 your pOCac. Oa. 'i>
Do Jb.. best; : :: :; p:; ; !night to resume his duties in the leg .Chippendale, .Adair, ,. '. r ',
Picnic Jb ::..._____ .82 P. A O.-Soap, 6 bars__..__ .60 Illative' halls of. the nation. ,. ... .. and "'fiid out? h'OWJ-":'"" '

Bacon 8q_.vS,'lb .______. .88 Ivory 'Soap, 0 ban __..___ .60 Mr. and Mrs.' D.-C. Livingston and Italial. Jacobean- y sr. ,,' modestly they;ate.:. pric' '.. 4tICENTRAL

Oleo \Ust there Is __.'___. ,,-'2 r: -'=--- their family left this, week for Jacksonville Louis'XIV,,etc. t" ',.-4 <,... " ... = ,
Coal Oil; 'gallon ____-_---_: .20 :'m ntionhatglo too nnme'rons to <.where.'' ' will
Mr. Livingston continue
"* Hudnttt .___..__. 'JM price. .. !: z A3 r,. 1
Grits; to represent the-Standard Fish \. .Yj. ,' ...... ,
cries Company bat will be In- theJacksonville ." of.K, ; .,...''';
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of flea. It .is probablethat t.' ....
they will.return here for three >i l ..... .
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!tomr months 'when : -
CUT-, PRICE'CASH or' ;-each summer \ i
.. .QROCERY the fishing .season is at its best. Both .. DRUG ST0RE '
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Mr. and Mrs. Livingston are'well : ; ,. ,,,
: .
Phone 141 422 Broadwajr 'f known here'< and are popular in 'a ..... ." '-
large circle of.friends, who will .. :'t }?i '
: regret 1 1 AGENT 'J ;
\ QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS ' '. tit.learn..of'- their departure. ,- .-.. .- .. ', __' ..n ?; ::: .. '. -.I -

\ Out of Town Orders Given Prompt\Attention. Many 'wishes for prosperity'and happiness : . ; , ,.. ..'. j,
will follow them to their news

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,. '(' ", Spray for whitafly- now,U tha Y ry], .FLOrUDA, DAIRY ASSOCIATION -
f important
., thinf for citrus grove ow- Eradication: of cattle fover ticks
ncra >to, think of. Keep the fruit and( securing the services of an ex- '
clean,'nrerent th. damages Of white.)p.rienaddairy extension man were Service !
fly and ''rive batter growing condi-'the main themes discussed at the :
tioni to the trees' 'I 1 Florida Dairy Association meetingin
9t- Herb'Rem- I Dairying! in Oacaola county must Tallahassee September 1011.. JIrT-71'// i
t Stootnch !com into its own.. Tbings bar been Government official. have definite- Certain-teed means 1' '
getting rtarted
soon that must be
lyovMesv*Abo Con* means. l1. be ,available, then the freed of cattle a ticklebefarea government service in the broadest

federal loan and citrus sales, and fund will be made,available to n -

then the dairy cow will coon ,find it.way help pay an extension worker, a* experience yxA;. .....
101 earl., etiay on many of the -farma. The has shown too much wasted : sense.

t Mar Mks wee a bt.1. p lu solution of tba farm incoeit will effort in.trying to develop the dairy .* \
. t b'w.e. .Nsttpat e. come after the dairy cow. Everyone. farming ,industry in tick infected H vV / ( / A Here is a roofing that, ;is, ideally
ersn t. hould,booat thia proposition and aid' countie r ,
lbS .fl .( 7 a |in, making the plan work out.SPRAY . |I! The association will 'bold an'' auction "' adaptable to every type of buildingin 1-
t Mesa.rasa eatq. sale of donated bred dairy
I pure the city town and
aav.' o ,'w %r : FOR WHITEFLY NOW i,bull calve: at the Live Stock Roundup country.

aN' ashtlo.It W..L.n.bN rr wtti..t aete t i The common in the .atate citrus, according whitefly numerous J-. get In a Gainesville fund for on helping October to 10th finance to Here is a roofing that gives not 4 4.v .

.IL .arse R, Watson entomologist at the Experiment both of the above propositions so ,,,. 1 only the most complete weather '
air aid 1 tN sow. ahr Station.' The Jut brood i I. development of the dairy ?''.*.
r. ?atia ,. after but that
e r protection
industry. Y year year,
on the win and the elrW- are M'.Y :
f..irht the; in' fact batching U larraly hatch-I'I I I The. association also endorsed s VS&i is a protection; against sparks and

aaav pa t Ktu in the southern>, part of the stater. I tuberculosis. eradication and urge E '>,>siiT I
dairyman not to buy a cow or embers.
a Since the rainy season will dose in every .
back .aete Ntae Ma e.fM..1 a few ....b"- and with it th. season bull which baa not been tested and 4 >" ,,,rd;.>=f x vilify-' '
,Of the moat active growth at least found free of the disease &KZs Here is a roofing that costs lest to '
the i The State Live Stock Sanitary i rod" Aacbenonia Prof. Watson
Orr... tN urges the citrus growers, to beginpraying Board and county commissioner in : P ? Hi . buy, to lay and to maintain. than I .

at tha whitefly!! the various counties were requestedto :.:'.w'4'. other of roof.
ivies b.eb., any type
it the ,
ten in salary
Wetderlwie PSIS ti nave' hatched., take* about -train t .
M lar.strj for the of a veterinarian! in each I +
days' to hatch. :
' egg full : f Here is a roofing that can be quickly I
Aral M a W iai Y Ltiw' There Lie several reasons why county who would have chargeof Y
spraying should be. done while the all live stock sanitation work 1 t laid by anyone who will follow i
TRA4 DRUGSTORE ;without to live stock owner, .
larvae are till young, the principalone expense )
being that if they are allowed :the real lire sUck industry being : the simple directions that .comet

to II.. the substance which It needed greatly handicapped at. present by '. O ,:Jtf'v :.. with the roll.
the lack practie
for the proper! growth of the tree'.nd uTV i-
fruit will to feed the larvae. ling veterinarians. + ,x? I
go ';.a Here ,
( that is
a absolutely
U ; VAS Another reason I* that the larvae I George M. Bishop of Baldwin and /%

are more easily killed while young. :Miss May Morse of Tallahassee were a t; = l# ? Pf, ;, guaranteed 5, 10 or 15 years.
I elected delegates to the
And, if spraying I* done now before I .
the rainy season doses, the sooty I Dairy .Show in Chicago; October 612. + nao, 4la'r.44yv'#:# ,. CtrtaiiHttd it made ta roD+ *, both smooth and

mold will be loosened up and the rain . 415 : rough! surfaced (red or green)-alto ta handsome
ANTED will wash it away resulting in a Edgar Hay. Long, of Olustee; J. red or green asphalt shingles for residences.
,much cleaner fruit when picking time M. Scott and C. H. Willoughby of '''
come. ,Gainesville were appointed como Cr.; is-and Is extra quality-the Dame means
", I Unless the proper measures are mittee to study marketing conditionsand ortoorty of quality and latiifaction guara&Mfc/ It
report their finding. to the com- will to Ctnam-Utit dealer all it.
"will'pay'' taken growers may expect severe pty yon get mott
t > : $1.251. damage to the trees\ and a costly reduction mittee at an early date so the information Ask for Cfrttm-trt and be lute to get it.
rbusbelforguaBrdelivered ;.r in both quantity and qualityof may be made available to the
,. I I next year's crop. members of the association. Ceriain-UrJ Patutt and is auks

at The proper material is an AND FARM MACHINERY '. are the highest quality. They willgiro
oil emulsion. There are several good TRACTOR the but paint satitiactioa.Certainteed .
mr. express. office ones on the market. FOLKS WILL EXHIBIT AT
twill. .. SEMINAR -
be1f At the rector and farm Products Corporation
ie sour or
I I' machinery exhibit to be held at the
I. 'sour. Extension College of Agriculture Gainesville, Office Midi Warebonaaa ain
worker. from the State "
ill ( October 14-17..t least six tractor ; ?* Principal Qtiee
|HIP,AND 'WRITE US.yatfsi College of Agriculture who' r.ttend companies will show one or more j IC
the State Swine
Grower Association
tractors and practically type
a '-Preserving and the sale of Dnrocs by theHighland of sprays will be represented every with a
Oak Farm Lakeland were number of exhibits of farm machinery .
;' pleased' over the fact that so many electric milking ..a 0
; lighting system.,
[ Co.iYTONA : purebred hog were purchased at this machines and other labor saving de
f ale by' Florida farmers. While' there I vices. Not only will these various
number of out-of-the-ztate
FLORIDA were farm machinery
types of tractor and -
' ,. buyer present. With the exception of, be exhibited but representatives
six, the 86 animals auctioned were of the manufacturers will be on handto
I I bid In by Florida men. The largest I explain their mechanism.Prof. .

.1.1l' [[number were purchased by Polk 1 B. F. Floyd, who is in chargeof
r IT county farmer, while four of them CertainteedROOFING
the exhibit states that it will be
f YOU ,Do Morv'Work.i ,went to DeSoto three to Duval four strictly of educational value and thatit (
to Pinella two to Alachua two to
rxgot.i ambitious and you get more and i la not being made for the purposeof
Hernando one each to Orange
A farmer often
: out of everything when your' and selling anything.
Marion Putnam counties.
nt"good fujiTiffm:, impuritle* in 'J doe not have the privilege of seeing
The distribution of
have over the state the different make of
I for instance
a very dapreeainj affect a.eenslnf c3c
this fine bunch of animals SHINGLES
means a work and what they
,. weakness, Isrlness, I tractors at just
end sirinnas. ? 'great deal to the upbuilding of the can do, and he is therefore, not it
'TASTELESS CfiW TONIC .win. industry. a position to decide which special
i Energy end Vitality by Purifying The 26 cow cold at this sale make is best adapted his need. I;

the Blood. When you feel brought an average of $170 each.' j i*.with the idea of giving: the farmer OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.On
[t. A dispersion sale of Duroc 'Jerseys>I *
Invlforatin effect,seer and grove owner an oportunity o .
the farm of
brings to the cheeks end bow was recently1 held on visiting, so to speak with the different -
the Braxton Beacham of Alachua, that this '
then manufacturer exhibit JCtMunme Busiest Corner '
lb tree tonlo v s1uss.colas county. About 40 head were i I. being aranged. It will be in ,
TASTELESS Chid TONICS 'old at the average price cf someI connection with the two big growers
thing over,$100 onch. These were a
and farmer. the citrus
jatsnt aaadldne. it is simply ,
fine bunch of animal and all
were Seminar and Livestock Roundup in
qs 1 QUINQiE snapanded in SyrapiM
even children like it. Tae I purchased. by, Florida breeder session at the State College October '
A sale that i forward
b1)1n1'100kod '
n.sdsQufnlno to Purify and IRON 14-17.
' it. Tbase reliable tonic prop* to by Poland China enthusiast will .A similar exhibit was made duringthe
.s..r Who drive out Impurities In be held on Sept. 17, when Herlong annual meetings of the Seminarand 1
will sell at auction
I Farm Mieanopy, Roundup' last year but on a
(Power of GROVES farm.FLORIDA'S 27 head. of the herd belonging to that much smaller scale than i* planned! Lower Prices for FertilizerTwo

t u1"TONIC has- made it for this. year. It was so successfulthat
fwottte toot _j tboueanda of nonMa."then it ha* been made an annual affair :
thirty-five years ago. folk I' IMMENSE RANCHES to be. held each year in connection .
I rids a losu dlatane* to get GRO\TTS Daring the past month there have with the** two big extension Reductions in 1919Have
LESS Chin TONJC"when been several announcement* of big meeting. :
r of their fatally bad Malaria 'or development* in the state and among .

.body-bulldlnA, atren thtrla4. them have been some big live stock CHANGES MIND ABOUT GOING : you our latest Price List? It will interest you. Ideal Fertilizers now give better value
The formula is just the seme totlt '
ranches that will vie with the largestin
sr1 gee r a an bolt!.,, frees'any drag the country and nay lay claim to AWAY.- :. for the money than, any commodity bought by the grower either for farm operations or for household -

iK ? the,vary largest a* one of them combine "Five years'ago' doctor told ma I .use. Quality maintained. '"1
under bne management although would have to move my wife to another :
not in one solid body nearly climate a* she Buffered *o with .
p half 'a million' acres under fence and stomach and liver trouble and bloat Write to us at once regarding your fall requirement -

and on which are nearly 80,000. 'bead ing. Also that she would have to : .
of cattle. have an operation for call- atone. Shall we tend our new Vegetable Boo? ,

1 r This I* the ranch of",the Klssinunaa Our mail carrier told Island ,Cattle;:Company the', borne Remedy and on his advice :
... place of,which U in DeSoto: and Polk aha baa taken It and II''now as .. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. Y
1919 eountle. in one,solid body of 286.000 well aa aver to bar life." It ia a aim- ..
acre 'In'Osceola county the other pie harmless preparation that removes : Manufacturer Ideal Fertilizers
Fall SeedCatalogue' body of land comprise* 310 000 acre, the catarrhal mucus from the .. /1.
and both are all fenced and'' many improvements intestinal tract and'allay the Inflammation : J aCUoDYilI.. Fla. (

: have been made, I especially which causes practically, all ..
New Ready on the home place where there stomach liver,I'and intestinal ailments It t I I

,A. ,Real. Help'..-.J -theFarmer. are, fine,'with house all',kind barn'I"of L modern aDd foragecrops Improaments. .- dose will, 'including convince_appendicitis.or money refund' One ,. .... ..... . .,t .. ." ...., ..... ............tOo..o. .... ...... ',' 0. to Ie

Largest and Oldest eeL J.' Robenon, and druggist : -- .- '.

Seed House'. ,In 'thaState. Southern Another Ranch ble.prc.ject, Ino,' headed 1* that by of Mr.the everywhere, - ', A.,'who'I la' workln*;In'this'''state 'on 0 - ,( <

.. -VTVMartin'a.Ky.Test Cosden the famous oil magnate of WOMEN'S DAY AT ROUNDUP'AND the cattle tubn'e1llo.i. problem 'and - !

._, Texas, which now own 260,000 acre 1 i Miss Mae Morse, c1afr7'.pecbl1lt, extension I ,...' %
s.- 1.-;; Good, In Okeachobaa county has 25,000 ae-I SEMINAR. work ', in, agriculture. -and
,.e.1 -' and has : bead of -cattle home economies. Jj.R
re* fenced 1,600 , the "
While"the entire ,,of
program Tha'' announcement of this eetalpl'ClC'ram
JE. X" HAirtZN on the place, 600 of them having I farm Citrus .
extension meetings the that U being arranged for
been brought' from Texas last
> .
< SEED caJacksonville houndup..tobe
moat of-them' being month i Seminar and Livestock the women ia balne welcomed by the
; pore FLOYD
:' : FlawIMMHl grade :,1 held at the-College of Agriculture )leaders of 'different Woman's .Club.
" October 14-17, will be of'interest bay Joined .. _
"A* told in the Record a number of i of the : -
irw:... aiN tr rlr time there are a dozen big ranche*'i women!' one ,whole: day I'Thursday,' in and many of the member will attend

..Ya.... ...........deer.UZAo acre down to Oct. 16. will be to discussions Miss' Sarah W; Partridge, state
.,,1JIJ1QI..---.......,. 5,00 acmes fromthe state, so it U easily.I of especial 'Interestdevoted to them. I home demonstration agent is-:'so
.Nee ar.ew.a Mx.aa Prof. John of the Expert* have
that .million-acres is arranging to
than..a whe
een more
meat-' .la arranging the demonstration" :
Station agents attend ,the
have been taken up and fenced. for
the breeding and fattening of cattle program, has announced! 'that tone of meetings on thia date, and these in Groceries -
;C A B.- HAT FACTORT in the put two or throe :years..Where the principal speakers for that day turn aN' la1lDbtl' to' bring a number and .
of John
wUl Dr.'EoV.l" McColluni
kilt Broa&tx.etACZONYILLZ i* then another state that baa mada be ; of the leading'women'of their;reepectJTe'counUe {
Hopkins University, h of National r
with them.
FLORIDA such rapid progress in live, 'stock t- *
Dr. McCollom is .
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Farm and'Live Stock Record. ,
owtker ef aaa I* earrylnr on tt. one of'the' Mat,known man in:the J .:'The-'Beat Advertiaentent. -

ti.Order n.'w.' bnalnf-. Cl rk formerly.. Hat Company.bandied Pall"prd_ time In .' 1orlda ha United States. oa nutrition,work; and ;;I on.. :best ad'nrtIIament' merchant Fresh Meats
akeoJd be nat to U. wherever h. speak be -.attraete; a r' r
n > C. arrived. Now you can plant lettuce.racI1ehes. can ,bays'I. a satisfied eustomar.Nor -
and attentive audience. Hissubject
>Olei'a WANTBO' beefs, carrots, turnips,snap win "What Constitute ITC'ter".rteOIbmeDdation
be an
FOR CATALOQUB bean, etc.-. '"' can'be erven an'article than the following -
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Ideal and should be of
Diet especial by, E. B. 'MilburnProp.., ,
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;interest"to every-tciUcanuola: the, Onion-DrugStore;.Guion,-Arks'"we
::: : S11U.*DOING BUSINESS Joie, state., Other'speakersonI."tba." '. have sold Chamberlain' Cough Remedy

1 j Ii4eei ar&rt, and sad.SedeuMBMrs who bemused our fcrtllliarafter -* program for years'and.have always foundthat PhOriei76 : 1
that'day. will include' Dr.'J. G. Fish 302 : .
rwb'who always lady i oomm.nd our goods a hlrir Bue au of Animal Industry11;;, U.;'E.-D.. it gives perfect satisfaction. Broadway -: --
fcfeori are ear_beat atfwcraMBent J Our prices net always .tie :
: $100-
bM nhM QUALITY.eartdwsd ,.tome')* Under, an appropriation of
Psvas ao Wgh :. .
I. llsjt a**"**.... and you wig .5 right" ". 1 Colds Caaae) Qrlp std iBftoamIAXAHVI 000 by Congress JBVJCU> S.-CMiArJt5.. POULTRY XUPfUESr, '1 mono QOININXTU MM**the ,of agriculture .ia authorized 'to : : _
R n. "lb.M 0dDIM0w inspect bonemeat and its product '
CO.' , JaakaoarvIIU.fe; RuUa ern II sh see :
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I RUMINATIONS: REX :'. ,, flI- - 'sky t .

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Rex Is coming .again but on 'the aarm. Dont: think. there has THE 'FJRST"ROOIfD

lower 'order. A case of leknMs ever' been a' large fire within its ... : StatesTJrasare '; :

kept him up about all last night and bounds; It certainly shows that 'we ,0' :
to sleep daring the day. is. next to Im-. nave a careful body of citizens.: {Comforting relief from pain E'ohs'

poisible.Mr Mr. Fenell continues work on that 'make Sloanfc the rWorld' / '

*. Cornell John and Miss Jests wonderful garden. Early., morning Good Tires '

r took an outing Sunday. and they certMnly and late in the evening( We find the LIniment 6 ..a..a / :

made rood use 'of their time.,. gentleman busy. He does not seem :

Miss Jessie had both eyes and ears,, satisfied ''with simply doing what other This famous reliever: of rheumatic .. .'
open and could tell more than we could have done,. but he ha caused the aches, soreness,' .tUfaellpainfll1 / ,'
venture to.write this week. They piece of land which he cultivates to tprams, .- neuralgic pain and most '. ,,,,..
told of magnificent dwellings, fine do more than it ever has done before. other external twinge that humanity'' /

'orange; groves, and mentioned cotton Throughout thi' country every ap suffers from, enjoy. Its great sale because .
one''of the curiosity ob pearance seems to Indicate that we practically fail to bring .
growing,.as ., . never '
jects. are to have a prosperous action, Not speedy, comforting relief.7 f'f'S ;:

The weather'' appear. '''a little more only does the general crop bear up '. .Always ready: for use, It takes.little .N :
this assertion but .
favorable to the ...profealonal..fisher- reports from or. to teitrat without mobing and produce -
'men, .and the-heavy rain. had a ten ange and &grapefruit groves point to "" ulu.. Clean, refreShina.f
dency to drive the fish into the tall the same conclusion. all drug store; JScj..7Oc- $40.fI'< !
During the few excessively hot, e
trot lines became
grass where necessary -'days In 'August and the first of this
and weather
e September windy '
month few howlers did
a calamity
back but the .
has further set seining,
predict that everything was going to
wind and sun combined will soon
them fisherman' 'standard. burn 'up; but We have those false pill 'I1.IIIIII ... s' '"
bring;, to. : prophets so often that- we don't give .

In the meantime, howeverour',much heed to them.. .. .r"
book and line fishermen are: reporting Miss Vivian vave us"a ; ncert tad ..( ,I
,, successful catches. There appears ' night. We can hear her distinctly

to be no end to fish swimming sitting; 'on' her front -porch and .although ) DALLIS GRASS "'t.I :,
lake and river. and
in our despite we cannot see the young ladywe
occasional brakes) a very reasonable know that she 1s 'the one who .

yearly income Is produced. by that does the singing. (By J. Bl ..Thompson Forage. Crop 1 e ,
class of people. The ''Democratic Rooster is .well Specialist.)

Ben Cobb, :when he had his boys pleased with the present situation. There is a need in Florida .forA }
with him has pulled out as' much as) Strikes In. his kingdom are all over good perennial. pasture grass that t

aeventy-five dollars worth in a' single with: his .subjects have .all returned will grow in wet,lands, aid' there I.a Is ( a
day but he.was an expert, and his to duty. special want for a grass that will:!
boys knew lust how to manage, andy Rex will have to give tt up and not supply a considerable quantity of
impression is that the next one' produce more than half an article green feed during the winter period

has not, come forth. I I this week but will try and do better when the need for. pasturage is most
There ie one peculiar thing about both in length and. material next )pressing. Dalits grass combines these r r 47i

our city; you seldom hear a fire i time. REX. two, desirable qualities better than '

any other perennial cross, that is .

IMMENSE: SUNSPOT LIABLE. TO PLAY HAVOC Utns known: to This thrive gras'neder is ofta-i F orija railed rondl-by .1''
its botanical name, past-alum dila- ..

WITH ATMOSPHERE SURROUNDING !:EARTH turn Water and also While known it will as' Large makesatisfactory . ''.

I II growth on almost any 7teewf cet ,
BY PROF. ALBERT F. PORTA. I cause a small sunspot and a small of the heavier types of soil in this ;td
state it is most valuable for plant
'storm. :Three a larger oee-!
:Noted Sunapot Forecaster' and Discoverer cause
ing wet lands that are not well t.
of "Porta's Weather Laws." four make a very great storm indeed.I II on Most Economical
| But-on Dec. 17, 1919 no lets than' adapted for growing Bermuda grass '
It[ is also known to resist prolonged r"
will jointly the
te ofsix seven planets pull on
Owing a strange grouping .
of drouth, though It makes
Sun. Theve will include all the periods
mighty planets, such as has not
indifferent growth on dry sandy Wear-life-service mile- values
Been seen in a score of centuries the mightiest planeth, those with the soils. After it has become well established means greater econo-<; '
United States next December will{I be most powerful pull.
swept by the most terrific weather I Six of them-Mercury, Mars, Venus it will live through long age-safety-comfort. These my-less cost maintenance '
periods of dry -
ttistory cataclysm began.experienced since human will, Jupiter be in conjunction Saturn and; grouped Neptune-together under these conditions it makes are the things that count inless repairs and depreciation. / '
I I little; 'growth and furnishes comparatively
in the ofI
greatest "League
It will be caused by the hugest /
little gracing. Dallis is *
sunspot on record- I I I I Planets" ever known in the annalsof grass a
astronomy. comparatively hardy, and in the latitude Car owners who do thekThese > :, >v '
A sunspot that will be visible to
of Gainesville will much
will be massed<< in the supply!
They narrow
the Since naked men eye.first began to make record -I,limit of but 26 degrees, on the same green Florida herbage winter.throughout In the the management average - are exactly what you own thinking prefer' United ... '
side of the Sun.
large* 'of enough eventa to no be sunspot seen without hasbeen the I I Directly opposite, coming into op-: of this grass for pasture pur- get in United States TiresStates Tires. Their' merit is r'' '
close grazing is important as

aid The of sunspot instruments.! that will This appear one will ,will position be the with huge this planet gigantic Uranus.league The, to there: become is a tendency tough and in the unpalatable.old growth general all-round tire sat 8- recognized ,everywhere ',.'

17 1919, will bf a vast wound in the magnetic currents between Uranus
Under heavy pasturage the herbage *
and the six will the faction.
aide of the sun. I pierce i 4'I
it -
ii' nutritious and stock eat eagerly. We have them-a and
Sun like a mighty spear. typo
It will be a gigantic explosion of toek
It posses underground root, ,
Earth i h opposite tho league
flaming gases, leaping hundreds of The I land is easily eradicated where it is I.II This total of tire size for
at of 90 degrees inperfect greater car.
thousands miles out into space. It .an angle nearly -- not'wanted.. t_ every ;
will have a crater large enought to position to receive almost the
Method of Planting.An .
engulf the Earth much as Vesuvius full disturbance force of as the it leaps monster Into electrical activity II abundance of moisture and We know United States Tires are good Tires. That's why we sell them. 4

might engulf a football. ,
weather constitute the
warm summer -
Such a sunspot will be rich enoughin on what, to us, will be the eastern

electro-magnetic energy to fling horizon of the Sun's disk. full I germination most; favorable of Dallis conditions Grass for seeds.Sowings the. Mach Bros. Kissimmee Lupfer & Prather Kfssimmee '

the atmosphere of our planet 'Into a This meaa we shall get the should be made any time ,. ,
strength of the storm when the sunspot *

parallel.disturbance There will without be hurricane.precedent, .lightning or'I( Is, at gases its have worst had before time the to exploding die I Iin from order usual the' to first period get--March the of full heavy until benefits summer June ofthe Hill & Co., Narcoossee Ocoee Garage, Ocoee ''

colossal rains.It ,I town.: rain Best results may. be expectedto ,
will ba weeks before the Earth Such a close grouping; of planet follow where planting Is made on--I -

will regain Ita normal weather conditions has never' been recorded before. Thewhole'solarsystem well prepared soil. The ground SUNSPOTS NEEDN'T BECAUSE 000 miles in diameter. No unusual Power Ofrtcer.upon thereofand said Municipality; to Prorld..n4'tbe
will be ,trangely
i 1 "" should be well plowed and harrowed OF ANY WORRY weather- conditions occurred. that for the carrylnaInto effect of" the 1
There will also be gigantic lava out of balance. smooth- level surface and the year. Provision of this Act all a. provld- *
to !I '
What will be. the outcome? My'knowledge a ed In said Aet. of which Ion /,:-.
to :: I I "That special positions of the planets a copy
nothing great earthquakes say does not permit me to seed sown broadcast at the rate of Sunspots dont bother the regnlarI the has been ttl. In the City Clerk1. Office. KlMlmroee -.
of flood and fearfol cold. 1{ of cause sunspots not -
{ about eight pounds to an acre United State weather bureau. At' Florida
I make this 'startling prophecy ,,state, beyond .the fact that the land. Afteii seeding the ground least this deduction would seem obvious proven. That sunspot have any Tile, following qvallfled voters '
storms ,and 4rthquakeaf conditionshas appointed to aerve a. of fleer*
with great influence on weather
desire to be
no merely sensational with the'harrow
should be againworked _
be tremendous in their strength after an interview with WalterJ. ( Special Charter Election: ,
alarming It is merely be- f i ,' which should be .diusted so ; Bennett --meterologist in the Tam. been positively disproven. H. N. D. Kate. J. lie-
cause my study of the planeta. has and scope. ,, 17 as to cover the seed to as shallow as pa weather bureau atation.He is well "The public therefore need not be Phatter. Br.ttonm.m.0.. ;yan $D.w...
revealed certain result with mathematical I!I I Remember the date-December consistent with the of this inr- alarmed about the tremendous things Clerk.
is use versed not only in the general lines IN WITNESS WHEREOF. X- bats t
to 20, and after. t I to happen from December 17 to' December
certainty that I now say to plement.Much. of his duties but he has scores of hereunto set my handa. Mayor of ,
you: I difficulty is often experienced and volumes BO, 1919 and .afterward.- the City of Kllmme Florida and
reports. great
Just What She Needed. Tampa Time. caused th* Corporate Seal of sod Cityto
"Be warned' In advance. Tremendous I
) in obtaining good viable seed. On
of data gathered for years by be hereunto.afdz.d, and the earn .
things are going to happen from "I used a bottle of CbamberUin'eTablets this account the stands obtained are scientists which back up his view. I atttd by the City Clerk this the 1st' <'!. '
Dec. 17 to Dec. 20 1919, and after, some time ago and they often unsatisfactory at first; but the For instance, when et Uranuswas Field selection of corn pays. One day of September A. D. 1111. .' ...... .:,..
ward." proved to- be Just what I needed, stand will be improved from year toyear mentioned the weather man added progressive farmer of Levy county, ((8EAX, W.''.I-.'.BTKKD.At -Mayor.J . .- ,.
Here are the yet astounding writes Mrs.' Volta Banlcson, Chilli- as seeds are produced and left a new item to the reporter's Mr. Thomas Hodgson rid State IL:< GILBERT City Clerk. l-4t. ,'.
', facts that enable me to make cothe. Mo. "They'not only relievedme to reseed-the ground. (I I weather dope by'showing that if.' the I Agent C. X., McQuarri last week i't, )

this ; r y / of indigestion but toned up 'my Like, most > grasses, Dallis two feet that he has been' practising this !. Clre.ltOe.rt. ." lento o f ,........... .' H.
The lams .la theirorbits swing liver and rid mi. of backache, and grass shouldbe(pasture allowed I' to ,,become ,in sun diameter is considered the planet a globe Uranus bear method of selecting his corn for several ........ .Jolrtat ClrvulV;. ,....*... .M} ,itce..ty.Ia' .

In great elipsea about the Sun. They dluiness ,that I had been -subject to well established before ,animals are the relation of a maraschino cherryone years now. when he started it ; .

i are linked to the Sun, and to'''each for some time. They did me a worldof turned onto it.; The tramping occasioned mile distant .'be was making an average of not .HUdo. March m...C.mnlalwi.:: -V*. p.,

other by chains of. electroJDAl'1Ietie'enerJPJ' good and .I always, speak". a good by early grazing has a ten 1 r Queried definitely as to his views 'quite 10 bushels of corn to the acre Ice: Harry M.akaaDete.dsat, (:'. i
word for tbem." I n a7' reduce the.stand. After it now he makes an average of It I
: >; ach' andaboldeach dency onthe recent prognostications of bushels acre. It epparne! by -affidavit appended Ji.
to While he does
counteract other< .: has become well established however Prof. Prota sent out by the N. E.. A. > the to the >lll nled In the above-etated n

'' / planet in its regular path. .,.,' : .,FLORIDA GAME LAWS.A few grasses will-better withstand .and printed in theTimea. MrP; Bennett the"not'' .eleetlon attribute"of this aeed increased alone,,yield he does to eaueethat therein Harry' Markham.,the.oa.d.nt -,,_defendant &-,, 1 'a'
Whenever two planets wheel into summary 'of the game laws .of the effect 'of heavy pasturing. was taciturn, but on the general of the namFlorida,, and I* a '
such positions pull -togeth small -well adapted divisions say that'this ' th// 'they Flodda.foUow.i I On areas subject) .of patented .forecastingheamdl ....., .
,"., er on the, Sun-either In "conjunction" Open seasons (dates' 4 Inclusive). of the root clump may.''be, set : : . the part., corn is again selectetedand. only Nw<.Tork. tbat.b.; It la I over* therefore the age'ordered oftwentyone ., -1;;-
s; on the same aide of-the-Son, '' at Intervals on land where the various -' 1I..n
Deer, squirrel, quail, (bobwhite partridge I I I I "Throughout its history the weath the best aeed Mr..X Qnar. that' jnon-reldnt defendant _
or in Moppoaition-with' the Sun between ), wild turkey, Nov.. 20*March I i uncultivated grasses abound, er bureau'hat been called upon from planted.. he and he If hereby required
them-their united pull causes and in time it will often become the the rie says" that if more farmers would to appear to the bill of complaint flled ,
1.Ruffed, grouse, imported pheasants, ,time to time to caution general I .
give their attention to' the selection In said cause on or before Monday, the
the. this '
Sun'a-gases "explode"-to leap Nov. 20-Dec.. 10. Duck, goose brant, predominating'species. Where' public against too credulous belief in 5th day of October.'A. D. 1610. otherwl .
of their aeed that the .
out into space whirling/volcano black-bellied' and golden plovers, ,Wilson method is emploYed: stock should be :alleged new systems forecasting corn yield per .* the allearatton* of eald bill wilt \

we.- call a sunspot. ; 'snipe, lyellowlegs, coot,' ffallln- denied 'access until the plants, are the weather for weeks or months Inadvance. acre in'Florida' "would' be greatly .in b* .taken. aa confessed- by- said. .d.t.a4t", ;
These aunspots in'turn 'cause firmly;rooted. Otherwise the /gracing '. this character creased. _ an t ,, '
Pretentious of
\ ulea dove, Nov. 20-Jan 81.' Woodcock It la further ordered .that this order --;; *r .
storms in the. atmosphere of ourEartbdoubtle. Nov. 1-Dec.' 8L Rail, other,' animals ,will,.pall; the, plant .p' meet'with a certain' credence be- Subscribe for the Valley Gasetta.' be publlehed once a week for four ,.', ,
.. on'other, planet. a* than coot and gallinulea.. 1' ov. 20-:' by, the roota. *P'The' eau.' there are a> number of people eonaecutlve wake In the Klaalmmeei... ., lad
Valley Gazette a publlahy
.. well. . Nov.'80. Redwing- (rice bird), Aug. r .Who still cling i to. the .ancient belief In said County;newspaper and State.'. - .
Two planate, united are enoulF''" toI 19-Nov. 15. ' '*" r i winter'residents are coming: in the influence of the Ploon on ,the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Y Thl Ird day of .September tl1I.,

Hunting licenses: Nonresident or I growth development iof crops, (.SEAL). J. L.Clerk OVBRSTRBBT.Circuit Court.-, ,,"<4 .

I '- alien. $16;;,resident, $1i-: ,(county of DON'T T THE and to the idea that the weather con HOTICB ..TO CRBDiTORS.I. KRTBB8 AKBRMAN: STEp ''Jif'\! .
residence);. resident, $3",(county.other -I. MISTAKE .CAUSE ditions'depend .upon planetary. and Solicitors for Complainant. ..-
;..,.1_ than count)'.of residence.License - 'astrological combinations.." Misrepresentations .-c.rt'.t. lb' C.b :...... ......
'to .. ..... :
: of this character based C..tye"Plat. Fl. novic0 ,. TAX .,
not required -in voting.,precinct nor Many lr.isslmmeePeoples.. Have' Kidney upon'an J
To abort cold Confederate veteran entitled to a ,Trouble and' Do Not Know, It., :, alleged new system of-longrange' !. ** Kutmt* *f B. jb'; DBBD.-' W' ,. -
state ''pension.-- Issuedby county Do have backahet. weather forecasting'by the To all. Creditor., L.tat.e.. Dlitrlbn- 'Anna",: \ .. .. .
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. 'you I tees and all Per.on..havins! Claims irNPeckbam y.. purchwraof Tai '.
...and prevent"comma judge. ,Are yon tired and;:.worn'out f. : rifts and spottedness of-the sun. and ,or Demand aralnat eald E.tat.i Beat No.. Iftlf. dated the end day Certl-of 1 'b' ,
Bag' limit and possession Three Feel dizzy'nervous and'depressedT'Are its shafts of solar': radiation,' are' by: You, and each of you *r.- hereby July .A. IX KIT.. .... filed,'aald certl* 1
.:., - taket deer,-10,turkeys,. and, 800 of any other - .tb*-,lddney...ecr ; no mean new. . ,. .. .' 7. notlflwl, d. too re sat _I"cl&lma neat la my of fie*. and has mad- nets ..
; plications ? deer 2'tur- -ona..1rrep.1 i r .These -al.coverie.--have and demand which yon, oreither pllcatloa for.ta4eed to Uatw Jaao.! .,
( _. game birds a year; 1 lar ., ... of you., mar have against the : < .. -
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.' 25 ducks 8- brunt 25 ', sediment received fair and Impartial study'by of EL D. Mailoy. cordance with .law. Bald certificate" ,-
Jr'. i' keys. 20 quail; Highly colored: ; contain deovued. late of embrace the following decrlbe "r ,
.:, ,1\\ 25 in'all ,the scientific staff of the weather bureau. .. t. the. undera1.d'Adminttr.trlx -
I Wilson snipe, 6 woodcock, Likely your,kindne,. .are at-fault.:: property: situated In Oeeeola County {< ,
of. rails coots and gallinules 15 in Weak kidney give; warning of,dis-. and by. meterologists. throughout within,,two .rears from: of the said date hareof..tat.; Florida, _"-wit; Lot '10 Block -'.*. .*f r
all of p\lover.\ .and.. :yeUowlegs. and 26 tress' '. ' i' '1;; the world., TheM authorities are I Dates Bept. ".....A. n 1010. the Town of SC Cloud.. The said landbelnsr ; ,.
aaaeaaed at the det.a. .
0.u.noe -
"accord that'the' deductions and QUIuA MALLOT.
of I" .
Possession migratory '
doves 'a'day. Heed"waminin'.dOIl't delay .
of said certlfleate la the name '
t 30-it., bi" .\.4..huotratr\z.
: birds permitted! during the) first Use attested kidney. remedy.. conclusions drawn. are unwarranted. I -; of H.I+ J. Trainer. UnUe* said eertlaa, .1. 1
\ of other Solar phenomena of the kind describ oat shall. b* rdesmed.aecording t. ?:: a'
10 days close season; game Read this'K1aaimmee 'teatimonT. PROCLAMATION.. ?
during first' five days thereof.i ., Ask-your' neighbor I j I ed do not have any, particular> time Ot, .ai.**l Charter; KteetieUndr ...-, law, tae deed. will.. issue'thereon ".... ,tl rJJtew '
day of' ,
. : ''I Sale: The sale !of .reedblrds (nee =W. E.'Yates,stationary engineer. and place and therefore cannot be and, by' virtue'T of authority' thimb J. 1.oyEnar: RinTla" \, .
: birds) and.all.protected game U pro.1'' Sunny $t.; says-.was pretty. much. made the basis, "of" weather' forecast veted ta m* a. Mayor. of tao City of Clerk Clrcult- Coart'OMeola Co, 1 r, +
,. ,.a Klealmmee. L W. J. Steed' Flo"4&o. '- Y
r3 aa Mayorof
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knoeked-ont all over.aonle '
years ago.My IntLA 37-.4. 9y .: H.JSt1UDCK.;: :
; Export: Export of all protectedgam. back often pv. 'away suddenly sunspot, visible to .the unaided the>1: City t> of ItIntmm",71o..d., do6rJ a : '''t ).

' -1a prohlblted except nonresident aDd a terrific'pain". took :me :in the eye, may or may not appear In December Special Charter Election will be h.ld- ,XoTICle 0mxmcvToa: : + ,n >
licensee may carry out game as region of"my kidneys.', .X.would:Just of this ;year.-: Bach spots are at tho CousetlChambrs'in'the. City (lee ".._Da hs.l ,
than by no means unknown. Any spot of50.000'miles of Klaalmme*. Florida, durln*;, the ,- ...( "
but not' '
down I would fail
personal baggagev more. have to sit or over. .
regular hoar of votln. .oa the last Ice tb C..ty'..deo..l//.Mr.
'" .. ..... 0', .. ., two days' limit ...ef migratory. game My. kidneys, acted too frequently) and In diameter _i. visible Saturday" In September, ,.ltl." the M'''o-..... Os..ty. 1\-: u
. and rerflnexl birds ; exported! in any one the secretions were' scanty aDd:bum-'without a telescope and In 1868 the earn betas; the ITthday of "pt.... :* wl"dLttetlee.I. ,

-f ''...-.-... ---.- Tim purified ...,." calendar week': - r ' ing .in-passage.' A; friend told me to largest of record was observed, 1SO- her, A.of'raUfyiasr' D." 1.1. and the' adopting quetloa *- : .IaM.. .. a.given.l1as1diev to all .j .

::4'-,1 lamel'.tableb that ara.safwandsars I try.Doan's-Kidney:\ Pills and two boxes I the sjpeelal .......aJ-'; )., 'No'Worms M;:Heettfcy child T\ gave me .great .'relIef'rom' the u.wtuI. c-tIpet. Ctr.d, lection. of, the .-.....' as said Bpeelal.. of November. A. IX.1115I .baIl ...1\. '
; Charter .
in and strengthened t : M i1'Psyi T appears In the Special Acts to the Honorable T.
'AHeaaene .=---1 with saleNttM pain myback of the Law of''Fle da for of said Court a. Judge of Profamy j
;Ma' !:cinai; Tirtoea'retain) h..Rby.-1-e.whl-h.......peebkoaS ....... 8.11"Wner.. ,I'haysgreat" ,faith'in' 'LAX-TO WITH PEPSIN' .. aapecUDypreparedSyrapToolcLaxathre :: titled MAn Act to Abolish the Preelnt final a* IBiieoutrlv 0 the l'1
eel y and'.J ..Sold.only .......... Ie or .... -.cia di-t. ..tb1LLatOYgTA3TEL this remedy.- I tat Hahttaal Uualelpallty of tbeTown .Klaelra-- ; ..tat. of Kldarr.. Ubby. dee.aad: ;;r.-
Imprtrred. S.kl4TON1C--. a1f"dales: Don't. meo City. Oeoeola county Florida, and that at tho same tlm t
Price 6Oe. 'at ; tt.relieves promptly bat wilt.preej
fa .ealod Pac kelt.a ::1Pra *sew tto ew.....WIll eerie*-... II-.4 .... : "" Constipation and to Create and ZBetablUh a Muntelpal eat aay Anal accounts a. Bs ,
'. J.. 'I pow thea1I............a a-.a...... simply,ask 1O'r. kidney remedy- get i i Indus taken regularly 14 toll days Corporation to,'b. kaowm: a* the aid estate, and ask for their' approv'wDatd''ltik
3Sc.; .....,.....wsb wbslsw.r. ............. Dow a Kidney .PHle-the earn* thai i I to regular" acdon. kSd-.u4' City-of Klulmmee. Cocoola County. .
:wi .f- r" ,. ....... ...e.dtMAWsoM. Mr. .Yates had ..--Foster-MUburn Ca, Raftdatesv..Very.riaaaasjt' ,to Take.. 10. t4mltaTheroof Florida to Preecrlb the Territprlai' .,r ' .. ?:
tk'" fYpti Ih .'4.1.1"o": b I Y...dNhe.kL. tM.wt N W.; Me pit- .. '. 1U a.. Buffalo, N. Y. .... of .Government; to and Preecrlh' Confer th.*Certain Form I .........hma Kneo: ;8 i. ,

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New,. Goods. Arc Still Arriving Each Day <

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,, : (kceived'this' wedk atwther.big. lot of shoes, bought in March,, and we can save you-inoney'on. them;";: We are selling shoes at Just what we will have to pay for-the. [ next. :;


We have ''10 Dress Patterns In"' Silk, $1 0Q'. Just received fifteen Silk and Satin Dresses. Wool Serge, in Blue, BlaCk and. Wine1 $1 1 25

,P yds. to 'piece, no. 2. ,alike, at 'yd., I IU These are summer dresses, but many of color. P yard' -. ,

E them are dark. It will to,, no L
pav you
. buy'and' carry .them over. Each $12 I ivO Outings{ in all colors, per yard 3Sc ;

Best grade Ginghams, Amoskeg brand, 35c A.d haadrtds of other Big Bargain* that it will pa/ you te c.... U aid : f

... ,At.per- yard. Yard wide Bleac ling, at per yard 35c' look over before' baJ II.1 .

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Octtter- Delineators Now Here DOLLAR LIMIT I I STORE G. W. PERSONS CO. it

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St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS Co.
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:FURNITURE Calvin Parker, Milford George and arrived Friday Evening; and is staying -, . .

Lilburn Godwin, left Thursday to at- .at the Bonair House. Good Mixers :
tend Stetson University, at DeLand. ; Mrs. Rode and daughter, Madalfne, .

I tian The church Loyal held Daughters an all-day of the quilting Chris- arrived Brownstown Tuesday"Ill., where by train they from have Do you remember the big Yellow Ware Mixing Bowl that I'

on Thursday at the home of Mrs: been spending the summer. Mr. Grandmother used 'to have? Nothing better for the purpose hat ,ever ..
Holmes. Rode, and son and daughter Dr.
. think of .. Mrs. Rose Brown and Mr. Withie Rode and Anna Rode making the j peen devised, so we got in a lot of them. They are good deep one

were quietly married at Kissimmeeon trip by auto and arriving{ here 'Monday with red and white stripes around them, but we don't charge ""any- r
evening. They were, also accompanied
Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Withie ex- by Miss Evadna Harris, who thing extra for the'etiIFes.: Housekeepers will find them just the
GRANTHAM pect to make their home in St. Cloud.
has been the guest of the Rodes this that
thing they want.
On Thursday list] about 100 of the summer. .
-K. -' families, picnicked at Alligator Lake 'nie roast in Ohio Park Tuesday evening .
'.' .THAT'S OUR BUSINESS where an enjoyable day was passedin in honor of Misses Olga Bowen NIPPONESE CHINA.We .

getting. better acquainted, and and Kathleen Goff, as' Miss Bowen have just gotten in a large quantity of genuine Nipponese
"' bathing.Mrs. left on Wednesday for DeLand,
:, We-have a complete line and can fix L. M. Parker and son Colvin where she will teach in the Academythis China Cups and Saucers. They are so pretty that we are awfully

: r Parker and Mr. and Mrs. Lew Col] winter, and Miss Goff returns anxious to show them to our customers. They are very daintly
*, P you.up from the parlor to the kitchen yin, were the guests on Tuesday of next week to college at Tallahassee tinted and of culture will delight in them. The first lady
persons' we
:. Mrs. Colvin's sister Mrs. W. C.1 las- Mrs. Edd George and son Milford,
) L. 1 ftow, and family, at DeLand. Mrs. made a trip by auto to DeLand on showed them to ordered a set sent to her home at once. And now
. Parker and Colvin returned hero on Monday. '
we want to whisper in that have bought these beautiesat
your ear we
: : Tuesday evening and were accomp- Me. L. M. Parker and son Leslie
No Trouble to Show Good. anied by Mrs. Lew Colvin and sister- left on Monday by Ford car for Ob- a figure that will enable us to sell them at the same price at

;. : : .a In-law Miss Ida Conroy. erlin Kans. They have spent three common queensware cups and saucers! Don't that jar you?
: Mrs. Ruth Gilbert has moved to weeks here visiting Mrs. Parker's
.. the Deputy House on Illinois avenue 1 i mother, Mrs. Colvin. at St. Cloud, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
..... and Eleventh street and is furnishing and brother Lew .Colvin, of Orlando.
lunch for the school children. Mrs. Parker and their younger children NO USE TO ARGUE WITH A BUG.It .

Nell Bartlett] came' in Tuesday expect to remain for the winter. is no use to argue with a bug; just give him a dose of Fenole. !
C H .GRANTHAM ry from camp to visit his parents till Capt. J. F. Farris and wife,' who
Sot f.c Store If house
infested with
-- school opens at Gainesville. have been visiting in the North, re- your unfortunately gets ants roaches or mosquitoes "

v ..Kf Mr., and Mrs. Gus Peed. Mr. and I turned* home Tuesday evening, where don't call for 'the neighbors, but go for them with a Fenole t

't .a,.M t 00.MgO,"OOy<..oe..a...<>.C'...... It.oo.O...'Oo to. Mrs.Kreps Josh, left Ferguson Sunday, and for Mrs.Wekiwa Alice they son, Labor were failed V'arrls.-by the death of their. spray; that'll' fix 'em proper. We sell the Fenole and also \the, spray'
Springs, and at Orlando Mr. and I' Little Marion Conn, daughter of er. S
y.ryb.dyWk., Is Anybody Advertise Their "Waats" ia The Valley Gazette, Mrs. Bert Houser joined the party, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Conn, celebrated
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
and spent the day at the springs. 'her second birthday on Wednesday,
They report it a delightful trip. !Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman being GASHUM AND SUSETTE.
0<. a o + o '0 o<> <> 0ao 0 <> Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Price of Kansas dinrier *guests at that occasion.
: ", City, Mo., came in on Saturdayand ,The birthday cake was made by Mrs. Gashum was just starting on a fishing trip when he exclaimed
are at.-the Bonair.. House for-the Ruth Gilbert. ' "0, Sussette. didyou'put my'cooking outfit in the basket? Ill'want -
: No Increase in present. I Mr.1 and Mrs. Lowe and family fry some' fish for lunch.". '
JVicepf Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carlson of Orlando who have been spending the summer "Yes. dear" she replied "and I of sardines in .*
put a can too.
\',.',. ", ,./j', "' '1<'I..<>. :, .' "-, "'. .'0,',: /< were in our city on Michigan morning. arrived. home Wednesday i"i"to
: : day.The
: funeral of Comrade Charles Mr. and Mr.,Fred Kenney arrived
I Luce was, held at the Eislensteln undertaking home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Kenney
T ce"- parlors on Tuesday at 4 and children, have been spending Osceola Hardware Co.
p. m. Dr. Foster had charge of the the summer in Ohio Illinois and .
T. service Interment Mount Peace Kentucky Mr.. Kenney going north
: cemetery.Mr. to accompany them home.
-t- W. G. King takes the place In Mr. and Mrs. Ansbn McGill are
the Peoples Bank of Lilburn Godwin, spending their vacation at Tampaand
I ; ,Buy:Tkket* and .time/aDd money.. who baa gone away to school. 'Tarpon Springs.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leads who and JSIrs. Fennlmore,who have c. A. CARSON. President.
\ TIckeU: on'tale I by drivers of Wagons at .the following prices: ; boughtthe O. C. Russell farm and been with friends in"the North returned N. C. BRYAN Secretary.

I :,2J,5cTickeu.goodfoVrJO: lbs each._______________$ 1.00 to stayed Palmetto here ,.a to.few stay days till have Christmas gone, home Saturday night. THE WATERS &

,, ._ ;, 21.lOc Tickets, good for 20 fc.-each__________.L: _____.__ 2.00 when they will return her. for permanent -. ORANGE CARSON GROCERY CO.Wholesale
residence. CENTERMr.
25e'Ticket. good so Ibt each_ __ ____ ___ 5.00
[,,22 *,. for *_ ; Mr and Mra..Noah Ferguson haveReturned sand Retail Dealer u! : '
[i; home after attending. the and' Mrs. 'George. :'Blackburn GGROCERIES
: ,
} ,tilt.r ,I' -, encampment at Columbus, Ohio. and .baby; aeompanied by Mrs. Fin- "

r ',. -r.,Driver*:are" iD truct d 'to give full weigh Complaints; will rereceive .' Mr Samuel Bnell from Kent, O., lay..and son,were Sunday vialtors at : '
: the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mad-.
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} \ prompt'attention. -- dux--on Sand Lake.
: i Our schools opened'onjSeptemberlet. '
-t ,
j or
R. T. BUTLER Quite a'few'pupils''in attendance
Manager .
Klaslmmee Ch.pterNo..2.: r
with ;Mrs Johnson, of Winder-
': ,KISSIMMEE. ICE .'&,, COLD STORAGE, CO. . Meets. Ind and 4th Thursdays) f:l0 p.' m. mere.a.,; teacher '.: -. ..'OOe e000 + 00000 : I '. -... .. 4 .., ...'. .- . .f.....

V,. . ,. 1.. 'l. !" (. ; Fraternity Hall. ..Broadwar.Y ', I Mr, and. Mrs. Fleming "who havebeen ,. "" .0
J' ""' W. JL living, at, the 'Hotel Pines for 4. WE BELL. O
Msa Marion Sarrent. I 0 WE ,Btrf, ''. ''0.
>44 **mm* **mm9+mm4mmm4* .
'- : .-Mf.a :Elisabeth: Doneeaa. Seer. some time departed .on Wednesdayfor e'. 0 _, e ... y .
' their,future home,at I Kissimmee.Mra. 0' 1
all visitor HAT 0 0 HIDES 0
;;Rubyjvey\ wall an day ,
i.., 094sl" :: ... at th home of her mother,' Mrs. 0 e e ..*, 0.'
J.-J. Keene 'the past'week., 0 GLUM 4>
e FURS i'' ",' 0
w On last -Thursday afternoon several e .
ministers were-'visiting' iq our e :,1'" , .e
\ 0 FERTILIZERS '*' > ;
attended services ,
our' town and at "'t. "
._ .. the school house. In, the evening', 0 l 0 A WOOL. .TV-; .. 'iii'.,
'. ,. .. 0 e \\1 ,' .i- t to I' .
': ' ... Ret Milton gave' pleasing address r SHINGLES O : .
: -- .
,, : ,: ,i ; .. .. and ,audi i '
; large attentive
S '. :j.j.i''"... ....;" ,
., "''ui': ':.,. " 1''. ,'., ',.''", .v,,. \ '. -' ence.lain::M;;E. Maddn;who' :baa- been 0 0 ORANGE BOXES t0 a :. '"' k r\ .,.P.
u.JJ -,>, 0 '
connected with the 'State Board of .'ALL .
: < 1..
: \ ft, "J jt. i,.". -" _. '' 'I .:, :.. J" Health as registrar_of vital statistics 0 WRAPS O 0 :\. ,
:" 'r".. -- : . for: some.time.for Registration District ..
:,: ', ::: JJ't.. .. ,86-187 hasyresigned, her position 0 VEGETABLE- .L '' %' 0
: -. 'I' will :.
succeeded COUN'l'aT'"r
S' and be by
Personal : 0 ,
.t(., e.rv'.ICreT: 0 0 : \ : ..
,,,;t>.. 1-' John Whitman, of' this place.
., .. 0 -
.. '. ,".' .,I Mra.r Pauline Robertaand claOi'h.ter..yema CRATE, NAILS N 00 't PRODUCE: .'
\ I 0 \ ,. .. '
': '
!1 of ,
\ ..' are the guests her parents 0 e 0
.. ", '.. .. ..:. it .,,:.Mr. Sand ,Mrs.-Lester i Flint., oeeoeooeaoeeeed'e eooeooo6oo: ". .
If Ii' J ,. ,' ,
4.' Thesis a serrioe that goes_ with, the. :deposit t. and i it it the aim: of. the Replying:,, to'"Onlooker" in last W. ten Field .
_- : ._ \ Belt's Valley Garette,,' there are so Garden Seed of all kind" ","f
Citizen.., Bank' to give -the best servica possible. Businei.* man.. Finn'. ',.... ' let very many well kept yards in. different wF"; give special attention to 6ttind out hunting and. 'iimp4 partiei. : '-,>
- v -" I' '; ", '" parts of town that.It is no possible ne deliverID city limits. "PhoDe No..'12. ". : "' ..,. ', , '
if it blocks whole,. to be. .
were ass prices
OQ fertiliz4n.
k ? If not. 'want start We don't, how into !s"f ..
a .1 ,' "wa one, ." now. -- care, judged, taking account both t..i! ,J.I
f' ; aides'of the street then there would J
,A ,jp5 < small an amount you .tart with-we Want you' to make the .t rt.:-. ,, be no hesitancy in saying that a certain '
q . "
: block South Vernon Ur. ..: .:r.
". ;on avenue, dom.niithnotr ; ;
'i. laid claim to the fre.- - 1.0.. which .championshipsom ash want ,
.. ;t '''' ' did -
: : :: + years aro,- till-unchallenged. to Jo e Lovers.of.good.masic.haT: a.treat'la :,:
; ..; ao she dnued '
SECOND .ONLOOKER aplan ator..Jorthem this evening, for -
. wljereby. ...coa1d,hAYe both. .neT M8D8Woodbtck1u has secured a "

.., t f '' ,.. i I'0 an k'.r&.>' .- I. .-. SYNOPSIS N.. Z.. were Friday- night live' a* man and wife from six piece orchestra to play, during
JI Monday morning the r I Aim
rendition of the famous
: }*SSInuaa, 't ', : ";< .. ))DEPOSITS! Mn UEz erimental3Marrlage"| 'JnwklchLewis a delightful of-each week, and. on the other four "Mickey." .atthe\; \ Casino. Tha j>arsonnel -' ,
,.'.. l'" '.'"' ........,.Y'tOP .1S9I1Vili11ld8 ', n. ... . --I. .... '" .!'.new- Selsalck Select,presents Picture ConstanceTalmadg. .daT8.,to'each d< was to be at perfect Ub.rty of the organisation is 1\\Dire S,' ".
*aaJka or aha
i 'J( , , ". '_\ .. ,. . .: ;;.; ,<.INSUR D :''J """ -1< .,this beautiful and charming -. plan did notxjfork wished. Hex. tor ShaarotiM. ,' cornet; Mrs. ,Sh a-
... 0( ,f . '.'" ;; "" ,.... .- f .. out aa well at aha roa..,- plaao;:,C1aadtr'HarpeI'; "dliDt '
.: : "" < the
I L'L: at. t. .. .. i ::0. 7 plays role of a U .
.ok 1"I- .. "1 t; : ,I.i young widow who wanted, to marry Ezperlmen r'Jrlarrlace" Prater. Gilbert trombone; MrTRais
n ", J)) .1fI,( '5'- A :aat t., SERVE: S : ' ,, _., the Casino 1hand '
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