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 10, 1920
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: VID00976
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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:!iMpoRTANT MKjtas.ONSIDERED.BYhTNE.1,: Kansas Man' Bays, KISSIMMEE'S E'$ INVITATION Ernest Oliver. jBus.Broadway ; RACES' AND :STUNTS M1'RAINED'

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;. frames} \ M.t;"lohneon :has. sold biresidence / JIJ BAPTIST STATE ANNUAL.. 'Jack' Bass.who has< been running. -

COUNCIL' aihandsome new' bungalow [ : the Broadway Lunch fpr the: past '.
to L. B. Provin; of'Kaneae,.whs: year-has sold the business Ernest ,
will, take tmmeclla polH"Io.. /.nll Oliver, 'who took, charge: yesterday. '
-' i.- .,, .1: make ..Klssinuneew his, home,'. ; C I : : Mr" Olivev has been connected with '
'Oil tomDany Wants Big Wet FwEiees Mr.t'Johnson!, has rented
Fuel-Work' Oa BalkbeadFd1 /' Agnew-pUcec'at. ) corner' cf- Bryan I . . prepared to cater,'to 'his Kissimmee, Bafl 'Seat-Poys J Prge I W'.r '
;Approved ,City Eap.j and.Vernon .treeta. and' will' 'move' .: -" "J I customefaJn the same. style.\ .- 'en ,aad Have Balaacs la' ,
( his there.' .1
family j. .
.t, MT,aid CoomeiL, -- . _, ? 'y; Itf' is," now; certain' that Klsslmpjee xt, week oi. ten days", and look I.. Cov;, Catts, has reversed 'his action'' Treasury oif .J74.,

COUNCILWILLJ1EETAS'.AN, '- will cb.' : the. Baptist, State ---1 suitable locations., The .city in the case 'of'Ue'; suspended Polk
Labor 'whf.h'1
The; September -mt+etingoftKla- I. the chamber 'of ecimm.rce Day celebration '
t \ ,EQUALIZING. : BOARD Convention "which"will hold'itlyan: county school board,: and' reinstated, V .' '
simntee -City Council wa.' attended .r -. the ''Ministerial association the fraternities scheduled to take place, Monday afternoon i, i
by Chairman H. M. Breaker CounJcflmen The tt,:;A undl-will meet; a. ahequalising nualthree-day: ..meeting here, ;beglninlng their,al1xiUarle., and the he .board besides restoring: County "at thet ball, perk was rained ,)
A. S Gilbert. R, 8, Floyd and board December 7th.> '. _. medical association, have all '.endorll- Superlntendent".MooretQ, his'efflce.. out by the deluge which.''descended' ,
J.'.W Thompson, City Attorney LewU tember 21st; to hear'the.complainlsfrom ;' ..Rev.' 0.. B. Fall; pastor of"the ed .the hospital.-movement not only It' would save our worthy governor from 1 o'clock .nearly 4, making
O'Bryan Mayor J. S. Cadet and property owners on the assessments First;Baptist'!' church received 'word by' 'solution;but by more practical many ernbarraslng backdowns if I ht It .absolutely'' Impossible for the s ,
City I Clerk J. R., Gilbert. .for city taxes for the ensuing this ,week the ,invitation from measures, and it is,, now up' to ,the would cultivate, the habit of thinking. races, and stunt to pulled' oftT.t, it
A Tcommunitatlon was .read' from year. '' '" w'SEPTEMBER this city sent, to headquarters,. had citizens to exert therr' personal influence before'aetiag_Tainpai I .Times. .This! in no; wise; dicsovraged j M. "
\ the.. Mexle-w Petroleum Corporation been accepted though several other at the convention by impress- Tiller' who, ''la managing the Kis'
I |with(Which the city has p'three-year : IIIC II'coveted this distinctionjtWhen biff every member of the contentionwith ')mmee'' team 'this season, 'and ,who, .t' y
contract to furnish tb. fuel Oil for MEETING it is,remembered,that,more than -250 the fact that' Kissimmee 1* CANADA A..4N'BUYS, H had arranged the eel>ratlons .with
'the municipal light'+.nd ,.water plant; S ; delegates are elesrlbl.1' to attend ;(this about tthe' Hvest spot on the map of ; .h., aid of otherv Kissimmee boosters. '
? stating that AlI'Qil 'ulled by th..'+rity t convention"It. will 'be-"seen 'what an I Florida, and the. biggest hearted peonle The ,Winter''Park team arrived/
In excess 'of the 990 barrels per opportunity will be open to Kiasim-I 'live here in the most hospitable. ; TlNEJ'ROPEntY the roms'was called, notwlthstand-a
month provided for in the contract DF'SCUD.OL: BOARD mee to show the real hospitality ., homes. ;1''The'fnspection' low the fact,that water ,f H/"from a. (

would be tluppU.d at)the price'of fa ,. : . ... 1'J which exists here. U 1" of the ut- committee trill .report '- sodden sky to a 'water covered] earth- ?
per barrel. f' . 'x.* > 'Ir .. ,i. ; .' Instructionmet' most Importance this year' all it is to the convention likely'recommending W. Winjterton and -wife, arrivedthis / I 'The band had assembled to'dis-j
When the chiyige was made, from The Board''off." Public' almost certain that the location of several sites for the hospital week,from Nova Scotia to locate I pmse'sweet 'muslr- and'played'aev-toral
wood I ito fuel oil the"council'made a Monday 'at' the" county "court the proposed Baptist State hospitalfor 1 as Jacksonville Gainesville here; Thejr have purchasedwhat I selections i i.the most pooulart c
'. aryl! advantageous contract with the house to transact the usual business Florida will be decided upon. and, other places are making' every la known)as the Mathews.prop seemed, to be' an';improflsed' "How 't
.' a-ampan z, securingtheir fuel at a connected with .the opening of the I Kissimmee' has been doing someSystematic effort ito secure it. erty east of the: price'tof; ',80 per barrel. to the schools W. C. RaM pre.ided. with work ,to-, secure the' loce- Wh -n the committee makes thip tract, which I.r atready.ltmproved, Later> lit tMftlrnoon) the clouds
amount of 9JWV barrels' per month. Wi R, Godwin of'St. .Cloud and "W.R. I tion of ,the hospital for- this county re port$ito the convention every delegate with a nice' ,bu1 plow.' and Other. rolled,away and the game eoncli/ded "
Considering th. present cost of. fuel .. Lanier! 'of Campbell station press I end would prefer' that it between will have a vote in the'matterand '- the .contract Is v till a. valuable;one ent. -J<.S. '.Cadel. attorney for the Kl.simme and St .Cloud. The committee If the city has impressed the bindings was .effected through"the account. of it Is'* printed' ""'elsewhere'" 'in" "
eventlt some 'arangement 'must be board s In attendance. I appointed to 'Inspect hospital visitors in the right mannei the Strout Agency, Allen. Fosdlck man In' the Gazette;,-', 'tf
made for th fuel. At- M. .A. Suitings, trustee of the .' - Aultea crowd of" spectators,>movtored
( ,:excess City : sites is expected to _arrive here in1000WOMEN' coteted prize will be wen. ager. -'
"; tom ,'.Q'BrY.II will see the agent Whlttleediatrlet resigned and the '-----------------T------- -, __,__ .. -; As soon as their'goods' ieachrhertMr. out, to ,the park .and ,the, gate-
1foltfce corporation personally before vacancy filled by the. appointment of and"Mrs. Winterton wll( receipt were sufficient .to pa* the, +.
any Action I. taken. Oliver Bass.' out lon their ' visitorsthe 'expense- of.the celebration. -.
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The! plant,, used an excess of ar- Miss Wilma .Mooney wsd'appointed Mr. Winterton stated .that' he (s and; leave $12; to' .';add to 1 the
proxfynately. 800 barrels l ftt month teacher of the Hancock school, erectly pleased with Florida and believes treasury; i j'r t't' : : '-, ir ,/l i iIt
though it is thought the .fuel used in and wilt bejrin' the term Monday. that families, from his This event -cloaesbneof! ; the' most; 'j
September may not exceed jthe 990 The question of..transporting the VOTE IN COUNTY ELECTION ONSALTSEPTU3 section 'will- com* -south In the ,nat successful' ,bali.asons.KI.elnuniehas *
barrels provided for: In.' the contract. n 'pU. from the rural schools to Klsimmee -. few' months. ) .v n known' -The- boys ,Organix-'T ei
J.-W. Thompson chairman of the ( and St. Cloud was' arranged ; : Mr. Winterton'-.:p.t.1'to put his .d* earlf"ln<'Jun1'6', .nd 'ptayedtwo;; l'i
cemetery committee stated that the andcontracts'awarded., W. I. Bar- 'IT IS ESTIMATED ; J place In cultivation as soon as pos games losing bothj.'plUneCap\ *% "
cemetery was in need of a general ber will transport the children In the Bible and will,begin with f.U1er bps, doht ''Of", $3 I..(!They'thtnlnvited;' Vl.V
,, cleaning up and the council','referred Center' Park"district to Kissimmee; It( is .interest Ing ;ito learn 'thai}" Mr. Tiller.,to manage the team which' 'he rtconsented ''.
the fatter to the. committee with Jim' Smith, the children of the East For the first time In the' history of A ..pedal'municipal promissory, Winterton is a. veteran ,pf the BO.T to.d<7-"v'X c "" e'' c
powei\,to act. I i Lake, and HllUard Island I district* Osceola county, women may participate note.election has been called for'Sep War, and saw' service 'in France and .(\ -Slnci'theti1. Ksshnm( ee I h'enjoyed f r'
A. ?J. MacDonough city engineer; Kissimmee. and S. B. Story, the in the election and all those tember! 18th .when .the prpperty ow- Germany, with the Can.cUa.of forces .-'all game on the local:'cJiamnl1i,'1"' i.
made' report op the bulkhead pro Ytg ,|Iorn,ch4drent4. .St. 'Cloud.I who.come up 'to the qualifications of ners' will decide whether the paving in the World. War. ; nary ,two _k..j, tbe .boy{ .-p "''-
jest which was accepted by the coun- age and citizenship and have reglsered. on'certain Important' streets shall be t. *.. .1:11 out of lawn for, ..+,altetnatew.ekk.-4I 't+rrt,
clroe! ""tand the city clerk was instructed Thsw.orid's. supply of silver* Is esjlmated ..may cast.a vote .in1 the general continued ,immediately and shall be The U'S: ttepartmenf of'..XgrlculJture \ ; : ThlHocaU'woir'tjtlrtefn efaht' ut\"ot\ "tbb"ej .
to communicate with the at 260,000,000 ounces annullly. election.It completed in time for the travel has Issued. statement under j vg mei:played.. w- .r --- .
Maloitey-Lnpfer company, stating / ;; .. There is produced in the North is, estimated .that fully 1,000 which twill!! surely 'come this way as the "title of "Dyed Water '[Sold. :a* !!.Tht debt ha.-n 'pnTI'U '\lI"anit .M.;. ,
that estimate No. -7 pronounced Amtricnncontinent 175,000,000 but doubtex\ the delayed "' ]
was vomen.may qualify soon a season opens or Orange Juice. 1n which the food of! 'has nearly tr divide '
complete and the warrants would be !Ounces each year; of which the Uni Dressed that half that aumber wil! indefinitely '\ finals at the Bureau of Chemistry *, ."ysfh the'' 170
drnwii cover that work as'soon as tatS/ t.tal produces 7 ,00( ,000 -oun- register. The /election call ,
the 'company provide bond, due' at jt', Mexico the ame amount; while Just how many' married women promissory note.. which it is propos- by -pictures of fruit on the label.'but' .teame' \ : ; u ,, 8 .
this time, which amounts to' $5,000, Canada, furniahe.,25.abO.000, '. will give their nerves Is x matter of >d' ai4sue.shall be short time,notes advise that labels be read carefully., The ; qD.llft&et a ebf.of' .+d
.' The;?estimate covered a Ail which > personal 'preference but the registration for'the'purjtoBe of. contractirtg'it loan season'certainly. eft.?tt""et: Credit' :y
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has been mad near the.-commercial officer suggeots that the customary to fephce the special' paving, fund I. on "'Mr! -W'er.' the' maiia-*:,,GordonBottorfr.Hhe -
dock of husband in the ,..defunct"State I "antaln:'and'"!,-the'f
principally.A WATSON' IS MED way .using their whichtipdepoBrtedi-! .
.petition} from the business men .. -mitralwndld ehnpllf v"rtatters; *sA Bankv-r " fi.The MaNY GA.s-ES$ i o Nt' f'hrfys who'partKlp"1*";lnrtb ''Vam> '

from )the city was presented to' the women are not known .by, their. /. city has a paving cohtrac- Thin In more* 'II tewol'tbr1trcm ,the '
] -' council asking-iihat in event '.''new FOR'J S Christian names. which could -not now be dunlicntad fact' that pmntur*'teams are uaualjy
I uband stand was .to be built it be : SENATOR The books were opened this' week 'It the same pricey and it looks like OSCEOIA COUTYw .Wrok..r'.,'at. Jth close "of
I" 'erected la the parking. oppoxite the 1' 'when Mirs Nina Brwtton, daughterof t matter of. business to borrow the thp \"e&llon.'J .
,; State-vBank Building The objector GEORGIA PRIMARY Mr. and Mrs H. N. Bratton, was finds> to complete "tha work. t.When ; : fhe.!lfluitdayteeletnat'! : n '..was"con- .
.the nosed'changw location isio IN the' first to take th1t oath of, .allpclnce , .closed ita doors -.-.every,!' business / yiCOURJDOCKET; eluded' with a;the'Flre.t
draw the./crowd farther the street ; d lanswerthe Mrs. .which _
no a* questions. ,-houseand industry whoi,; were man's hall in'the'eyemlnir" a.\
into the business section than Is now Desocrats'of, Georgia -fiomb ate' Rad- Howard and operating on, borrowed capital imade Moior- Constitutes well"attended- *' 'music ;wta,'fur'J
'done f The petition iwaa signed Ot y- Mrs. DeWilton Aldermen'tlilyd.sopoli /" arrangements to.' borrow etaewhere "Speediai; Majority. hlshed by a; five piece 'orchestra-the'
33 -of 1tISllllantii..e l *s business men representing leal Opponent of. Adnhtiatratioa. : ttax,will be.tequiredof"th/; / and went right,. t>nx with their 'opera- of Gets On Docket Wita'Uquof! : musicians teIh 9"Mrs.;,S.jJI.BuUockwMrs.
".1,' as many business women-this year. ion.. the "cltr', I is endeayorioc( the OOM 'Second. '\: r Georee;Gardner, Me rs.,
1 houses of Broadway No action was According tK E. D; Kotz,.,the,, su- cams ;. t.. -!.i.I'j, \tf ,' Prentls and Walter Catd.i'ne 1. '
takenby the 'council. Atianla.Septi'Tbe fret return Pl1'T1eor'of.. registration for Osceola There,*, is no-' tueetion -as 'to'wbat' OsceiJ Ja" Count V"'Court meets Monday fy; ; :..'. 'f r %g -
The council adjourned'-.until' Monday 'compiled by the Atlanta Jour ounty, women should keep in mind became ,of fire special.paling '\lndl. ,of,next 'week.'Vlth, following Tbd railroad. 'eommh"( n. .:'of .
nlghfwhen .it will meet as an nal today ,, on. the''' senatorial trace Jn .hat-this registration-is'' forthe general . It is tied.up in the bank but;; it is canes on,"the'deckel., " j? ; \ ; ..have refutedjte j '
.equalleation board t ".reyt.w:tile,cIt7 est.l'daJ', 'democratic primary on ) election,, only.- 'In January or .protected with a surety bond and the State vs.. Joe Trllcy'trec'dessly'' opr Qbtolthe'Iotder:; t ,theMnteMStaURailroad '
'I taxes vas ,assessed by Mr. W., H.'Ar- Incomplete unofficial returns indl- February they will;: be required to surity company offers $10,600;.) which .epating nxetor ''yehltle. x. Comiaslon to advance passenger ,' J
.,..no1d. ..'f'I'. =at.d 'Thontasi j E.'. Watson was the registerfor'the city"election and -in is available at any time should Jhe State 'vs. .Ed.- Jto1>erts., aggravated .fares If)' per"CCbt,*milk ratea
senatorial nomination with 197 un. bout two years the primary books council accept that sum' The surety asxanlt. . and excese-; baggage" ..rates. '29 percent jrif
J.. A; Higgin of Jackitonvllle /was !ytunit.votei.-or.more than A major-- will .again' be compiled when.. ?they bond was issued by the company for State vs. 'c. P. CsrlitLlia"ling;pie, ,'and, plaee rn'Moperrent,, aura i
"t'.ln" town" ,theflrftt'of-the week vWtlrgr 'ty, 19fr being needed. .These ''were must register .once more. $17,000,'*however, ...nd'a premium tot in possession without license. charge ,01 l Pojlman .t v '< :
.. his friend." I." P. Timmons' ,' the Ford. t'\turn..from.. 117 of the ,155 counties The heokw wlll" be, open. 'until October was paid.on .that amount, The local .. State ,VII.- Robert' Montsdoca 'card fa ta: State'sright oe :1'.1.: s i*,
in the Ute'and .'_were;not, om-- 9tk.n agent .tltlo.Cht he-wag 'delivering tying concealed weepoasy" %' .: !' l . t" '"
'deate11' ple .' this moraing... :-. . 'r bond..Similar.t6 the one'deliveredby >i tatev v*.,"John .Bailey ,operating .
; >>. >.>>>>.>?>>>.*> >. > of Oseaola and ,. ' '
j wi j'-Similar i returns from 120 counties the Bank Cojintjr, tnntor'.withoat'. license.' - .- , COHMISSiONERSMEETiOBSERyE (
'WO 3NOULD 0 ; Jn* ithe i gubernatorial'TaQ8.; indicated AMBER 1'f the council >ef uses to I'aceeptlea. f Stately*; ,Joe; T..aalt/-.e'; . $ 11 4
Sen., Hardwict hid 172 rot.\jCUf- e C> PCOMMERCE. ;; 0 than 'the ;tuY 'amount.' .f battery.). *$: *. ,
ford Walker 1St. John:N,*Holder. li. My. .' ,' ," . \' '. $l7OOO. '.Suit has bwm. instituted by. 6bateCg.Erriegt.,: ,Wttliam7. ,q, :"SATURDAY: 0 .ASYTO1;
-R GisT FOR ITY: \n"W.=R tBrown.'0. \ 0 JlteluJal', meeting of1th. thms0'that'sum ggravated '.,.q1fJ ..-> r/" .": AStaW \ '\ ,". ;, ,;
; "Watson's opponents 'were Sen, ber of Commerce will be held to',* .. When the. suretyr bond' Is 'paid or .. .re-,Susie Wood,..aseaultj '," *. ;., .. . . .
Uoke:r mith;; who, was seeking .;:night' at' the. .aeua.tlme, and* any dividenq from the bank ,is'"de -j State--"v.,Joe racrf"Sariylpgcop- y
: :: NOTE-ELECTI[ T o N 1Iom\riattoB;.Oovi. Dorsey andJohn *. place./ . -. -<, L" '04.7 clared, it ley, he Intention of the city' coaled, weapons ;a, (, : : :
::1: A: Coop n;' a Macon' attotneyTJ3env :".,'!' All members, are,;ate to .KppIyVaMcb.fundas': .pay meat' .-ontb ,''.iSti tewvsMrS.* C,. N gu.J.n46bor; [" IOR.-iAY'
"to' :? .Smith's opponent f'attacltedbliTvote tend .this 'm..ti1llf.rthera..are . .' note.t F t ' ' :,," peediag., ,. s( j-- .. board1! of.: ( M'
:t1 < .-. -- ,. .*[* ef'vitalimport--. i0 specislfafnnd, pavlngA aote ih'inola4; ,
with .
,Wo jieh,, who property owners JfQf, the leagne< erraT nanyf"matter { \ v *The : : LgVate .vs.- Dix' ers.'assembled .:'Saturday .for their; ''
11 are 'ti_ In their "campaign.--:-. He made 0 anca to Kissimmee' which should 0O It: endorsed by the-property, owners'here th.,+ .' .< ."wI" **
.fY Monday- ,
;inaay'vote: .in' thr-city Saturday election which his. fight';xw' such; a. banfs- ? era beitakeir' 'up'dand'conaider YA.l will*'enabt.?th. city to?-carry 1 f S'tate'' ys,. .O ,O. .,Peistst?;, ,;'motor September( dayrwas'a"natlonaliwlldayr nrtietlnr; M" { a c
[ aka"he 18th.Qlaoe-When on, the Septemberr issa-" .d hl.'iampaiitnalarget: !,brtwd 4thercblunban. +n ;1" pry :. .:i,(: 'out the"paving program;;\vat the',low speeding.. '*'*'" ,'"'''."' "' '' regular : bosinessV "rotttme-ws*-Vii. 1. tdl.pedo..iT"rata
euesUooiof .
.; Inlr'speelal} paving-refundvnotes'1; and plank" his platform.: Qov.' orileY ..a004000040'0400000t !st, co, to-tax payers., ", ."' e State ..:\ W:, p -Dulftnbt.po..llfllnc..nla"ul .- i 'ahe..t' matter.of I
[ notes Filao :"made: his'..campaign 'oa" the .1' ,.0. ; : .The.election'osH state.that the e : amount, of!,aUoxN report' | J tt 1'Iterst'
for 'civiaftmpevementwIllbe.; decal League'with,> poewbie, pinor\.reserravotes .- 1 .. light kid'water refund-'notes'. 'to Eating< llqaor. / ; . "1',
L : .nR'1 BAPTIST 11URCH f.C'FJohnn .r.rof Itb.
tlonll ,. create to make needed repairs State vs-arrisi4mebards'secretly\ "
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Women"'"bst : registet"for.Ij ( ':: "allis Y}'Qu\.ofrYs6' toI1 t:" oosaitiwniE ?'9:45'. i4..m;, anday soho&'f.,'. L"I .on the'fund 'plant;"and;to'.retlre carrying a'pisbnk7 t J* ri. *" district No",1)7.Mi'.s-aohnson( "' .tat i.fh ')
the 'AtlaaU.C n\ti-. .. '. MsloneoosAednqutdewfu
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.jreporta .1" > rlfat.o --John
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ewetton"' -"and'the-books'' "willbeopen "' f rJ.t ,... an -Uif! w;. *.1.t t' the money*for) the* ",
C,at.the city hall'from* wow .until:-Fri- tutlon, from. 143 of. the"IS*(counties: 1:00- a.".m.- < _"Preaching 'jervicel.. i.Thi.. debt .must be paid .and'the .:.aniamt .of: intoxkating,;JI-icJBEnt th.'bonds'andr' the are: o, #. :: .-

r".dajr;" September; .17th/1. and-Including: }'n the stnt, ;'>Sniitl-82'andlCooper v.iWatson't2; TotesDorsey O. 9ubiest:' plltppurinlr of"'tie tllol ,ft.pah: fnade ever though the promo : ,. :: ,Lt' :.'C'' i \8herpe 'motor *mountln tof' S1f1.750,-'was tied 'up '
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",that day; /-s : Spirit ; .c, '1 : j .qgry \lplah be ireiect,d, and ,some. . 1 t' in .tlie d funct 1 com-i, Imlsslonexs '
i; ; 'Thrregistrationlsentireljrd1s! ; ; ) : A'total"'"of M5 is:necessary for, nomtnstion. j 800; .p.% ,,''4 ]rventnReretce.w Sub: I other met) ocI ..ubll ituted.11 .''' epeedlnlf. :' ;;' ,, Traeesemtlt'and 17." : : : . Slat'jB.nkTe. d6-:_ amending
-. +The'roaatltutlonsupported tabe cM, '
tioee from the 'ntrfstratlonr.tor"lla' ' .ofty officLalsbwhich'' were4e.Gently : that the bond,,company, attjrange
.n. ' lees "Spiritual Revival,, the.,'Want' pf battery..1 ,T\ --v :> *. > I < '
) \lelettioa, Doraef' > ? ; ,t ,thatsqnvon'oW, 'p
gwieral 'pay
ha.MacoATelegra r.porllt ;heChurcbV4\ / 'L -.7 rip '. elected-by a- flatteringmajority br'1}
b'ay. Brooks'motor
vaef' "
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I o these ono day
"fi" 'PraYWdneetlngon: Thursday ev- ofHKisslmmee'K\ qualified 'voters, " .' t. '."
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I received give Wots ,208 !\yote., speeding < t
; t ming t"8OU o'clock; "' r 't hav :carefully eonaidered the- aitoa.tlon.andjbelicvethe ,Tax Collector C."I ;; Bandy.pre.entcolectIonsof 'f
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;PYffliiai: fe $) :.1' Porscy ,114'and Smit1af8ot. ,, : I ; promissory note State va.RobeftCMontsdoes: ( .'as. ed bbs in.1 '.tax'; >191., > ."
s V' sault and battery. V J > SIl USEltiIRE TS' 'garavet. Harris as. ,reunteoBtadentown plan twill bring, ..-bestreeultswith .In withhe..'11H of errors"and ,tnll"en-1;
M State GHl.Thomas; dealing
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Organize} J ..after,Mving- spent '''the the least bunion on tax payen1tow- y';. :/ ;* ct.aTh4LJwas.sxamin! -an. Lodge \ iT.V X r. 4v
; y co ONCE MORE summer 'in.Kissimmee.Bradenfown evr,Jt ls. .ow .up 'to the people to "Seete s:." Ffud' M*<.,,ISaesr psairlt by...the.board -. : .,* j"Tley'asturdsty
( t.- Journal, h. '. ..,.' _.. . .1 decide, j ..1'vjjl ,.k ;'Mbetinq'wai,'pr. 'r ,
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A.rt; Last :-Tueflday; the,: m e''peoV .. ., / '4* Bs a, ehalrmaniwish. t', >fe,, were'a.Concert directd II' 'J ; ' '.' : ., ;' : :, :,-..r--------.T n.-:-:-;---n - : "' 1; .--1.--cTWv"1r.1NE'MEET'N State"ysy'k i+ :"' !,,1.VeeU-.1,- : otapeediac'f es- ..Urnert ,Mach.,,E<; : l

*+ by. G+, Y. ilh8arou.e/and playedbyXth'K '; S'7": \ ' ; tr etand J.Htt.Bateden > t r' '
H "r'Thi: /'Kt wpee, : 'tli. ; > "!;mpsldon.. which, was ; : ; ; : : .r_ :"S..ta r1'ni': kCrMartehidl, n rnetei'State ,! 1 L.IDoIf-pvwt.i' .
participated + \ ., '
." ;:Pjtab 3.tens.' .ins a .horourhljt"apnreeiated; judged by \ 4 peeding, : : : / i Ii
..motorcade ,to-<' Orlando-: Wednesday 'the .enIhesi) ttC" applaoae >which, 191- 1'/4 'lId ..,- d ;'IOF 'LO .AL" MA50NSIIr ;-, ,.*J../l1ondercdlf.note, Dem ocratic Count :'' kk
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fCf; About fifty of ttlea'Sistm and "Blai ,"Mrj Sbeara. (has' tIreotedt! p tt e I If i.- ,, T '< -f .J F"1 'J?JE'f "* State'viiD. } l '
.' : "bJit ltfe 1 -v 1' : ;1. 'h1 ? rommittee'r:
IV .KiiiehU took' part to? the .. I Xtsaimaneel'band,, through "-sever*Ieaaons iiodclMasses bnthualactict Th entertainment .n, will l .edin g vs. : ;' l: Ex t I.:
V Th'worknnt on bir.tha-10calT, .mi 'aid.i.'* orime..favorite:with meetings' ,at/',their hall* this Include in its ''personnel 'H.'M. Kate 'I."te. T; C, Beonn,-*' 'yeckkei ,.. .. r.j'
('I 1 ''plea.wad, of ,the hlc) orders It-TIs all .the.,boys .f the band 'a. well",as week *when numbecj,:of. candidates W. 'J* Steed I and Sara ; Lupfer.. Er- drlvi.. of 'or'-vehicle.ft". . \ :. MetTuesday." ." ,, by thosewho were"proaentantredacted' : I the' audience:;When it became..known reach-ed.degcres-i'a" ;- r.;: I State;;: va? W., M. Coble.woto .N, & < r .', .
.: great"Credit. ;on- thef-aiem- I that ,he.badarrtved'lor; -. / days I.,- On (Monday, ta *. larger attendanet .fethi'tefee.hment"eommittee' and speeding.1fr: .5T'1"i', : '- ''' ,' J't.. \1;
Mas 'who took part, t "? ? / : visit a .eone n: waa.rJmmedTeteljrrt'9d'totn& *** f atur dthe-} ">.Baeeting:and ftnany but was' instructed tto'select others to as (State \ wVjlast Grand Chief,. t..,. Tnrnerr of ha wasiegaatejl': '" to I >f vtowa:Masons ,were,present 'The siet'hisit' .'"'' >.0 " '' r -. ;"p -.saautt.v ,' x,." ,'- ". 'i Wfiy-+ / committee..whlch.. <":Tuesday e"'irto0, "
".v'Taaipar Grand: Chief {). MaggieoteTampEwtuedPaat'6rand : lead' : -' Officer of ,the.Orlando lodge''JII "1At,,the. eonolulsoit r the,eeremoatee'oul .s 8 Bta.vsiJ: on' tr .*.'.'unlawfulpotwees1on' Howard KaUchfinnan'And4CAt '". .'
a.wr : I trren'" ; .,finalCiAn. t*r teirbNed charge1 of 'tbev ceremony- ;when'the Monday evening'the'company >-|.'(l.adlr) weapon.- ," Johnson t.p.t: .'I.ud.r... . < '" 'yitreaaorer ,
QIW'' Miss 51i.aliat1t, ,r'AbtlUt at the> bead/stand- and me 1 aaHty ranks of Master Mason'warn' conferred adjourned,to the' banquet hall ,wllen >>tate 'v*j-ThQttiaa: .petitUrceny, .. , .-, i" ,', .. /
:f effteer* assisting the.Suatrag) , .;,.thi)...;'of' Z?;m. ben which, was ,rehersal wa ,certainly remark Kat ,,of KlsirimirtB r'and'H. S.'t Gettiejr. wlehe 7,leed tea,' Ice, .am and,cakefc Slow,. of'onlawful"amount! of IIDtoxl4ttnlrUqC"rJ countywill ",e b r. ;the''y'eomitbee.. ;
:*j %; -f t i [ i 1. 1 u i iJimmii ' etwitk'tbt,1n, B ocratlceaa ,,
% lAWn tn -- able., The fact that,both side of .,.f01',1h..Oeal. .rod" M- 1 ,. 'c --: J"c ,;
"r ws fOfnciala 0 i"the'-K.., J.f.Prwho"wereJ I Broadway aar. th .band .tend.'were Tuesday e-veamg 'II Mcssrav George. I #wantedi hie \t'qothefter 'If i Staten.: Ed./; Murphy.' ;'unlawful didates and. forpanlat.yplaaadoeUte: !: av
;> ,p resentawere.,Pf'tCrandjCaancelloriiw lined iwlthv-antotf/and".that aH:the T. Slgier i George tL Mickler.;' George bd.bee. tkuUedUs*.the dentist wrap. amffunt-'of: "!nfqzIcetinsliquor.Stat.4s..Jan1eu .( : campaign.., *- V tf ; I, k
: R.rO'NeiCL, ,oC j Orlando;, GrandPrelab 'eeating.paes'4n"thel''psrking"wasoceueediated ,JfT,. .Stewart.and'W.tW..WoklkutSt pad hit *p v and" gave .i&I,' ohim. I w.< R?Ctawfo., and Di8tridDepo'y howv eagerly''the received 'tK* fret .f-nstrndloak "_ rhat..areyo '. golng,,todowlthjilt.Jlmn 'nli9' 1i1 t ama uat; of 4)d Ifatiagi! ly :! ';.. + ti
.\ F.C.iUryanofKissima.un ;- pebple''.beret are looMnr'forward The state;school.: ./ow > ;asked the.denli.t *71 W p : h1'l1ed. t"pa & fau.rRJa8r. 'O.cyM 'it.
r-thereloas.ofthe r -busineae'tbebylandolodrs 'the.reorganUatioa--of the'ancLt": Masons whteh-will meet hereja October lIrOin -'t take'' U".hame-end'ram,. U '8tat.'is' : E1met"Reddqi-1po- tahrsburg apentalTaapa"St.lht.'
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J Jaasary II,.;1915; ; > . .. '1. ., se.. r .. ,at o Nee-b. to it. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY,, SEPTEMBER 10,' 1920 "I V01J XXIIL=We: 39.
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IMPORTANT M tiERS.B Kansas Man Bays KISSIMMEE'S( : INVITATIONTO : l li Ernest Oliver. Buys RAGES,

'' 'itfandsbme Home ,Broadway Lunch ,
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i James, M.,, Johnson' "has1 sold'! biteresidence < BAPTIST .STATE ANNUALV l lI hack" ''Baas-who has been runningthe '

I a\> handsome new bungalow i Broadway Lunch forth.' past BALL GAME SNAPPY'i
CITY :COUNCIL! to 1.;; 2.- Provin, of;Kansas,-wh :year*has .sold the business. "to Ernest ,
will i take Immediate possession' ,and I Oliver, who took ch.rl'.t4Il'd.y. ;\{

Oil :Company Wants: Bid; :Price F.r r make Mr.'':Johnson Kissimmee! has his l rented' home,1,the: ." 'Vans' *: CONVENT1ONACCEPTEDIt : the\" Mr.!Model; Oliver.I Cafe has; been in' Orlando connected and with is : M'J.; ,', :CelebratioB Closed:I Bsse' (:

'. Excess F.el-Work Oa'BaIkJa..d"1" Agnew-placerattbeoorneriof.Bryanand prepared to' cater to ''his Kissimmee- 'I,, Ball Season-Bey. ,Prove; w-.r .

FiB Approved City !aPt-, '. ;: Vernon streets; 'and 'will, move customers.the same style. ./ ).....''I..d Have Balaaes. '. I*
his fam I i-1I' /i ,
7'there.\ : *'
\: eer aid Council.r' v Is'; now certain that Klsslmmee'! th.,4xt week or tens days' and look 'Gov.' Catts, has ,everaed'hi. actionIn 'TreU1Uf"of'$70.' "r" 'i;

;The\ ---.A .K"the'Kfs-I COUNCILIWILL.MEET'AS ]:\ will'be hostess to the Bsptlst State i aver' suitable locations. The city the case of the auspesded Polk Labor' Day celebration"-which WaS I

,, September meeting, AN EQUALIZING BOARD Convention which, ( hold its council, the chamber 'of commerce, county school board' and reinstated ;' ',,
simrnee City Council was .attended 'I., - annual the 1 Ministerial assooiatlon, the fraternities scheduled' to tak place Monday":afternoon .1I-
by Chairman H. M. Breaker, Councilman rY' ----will three-day"meeting here, begin their auxiliaries, and the he board besides restoring. County at the, ball park was rained]
The cfty"council meet a. anequalising .
Superintendent Moore ,to his'effice. out ,,by the delude which/descended _
S andJ. all endorsed
A. 3. Gilbert. R. Floyd ning December 7th. : medical association have "
board on Tuesday, Sep. i It would save our worthy, governor from 1 o'clock till; .nearly 4, maklncr' ;
W Thompson, City Attorney Lewis tember 21st, to hear-the .co plaints Rev. O. B. Falls, pastor of 'the the hospitalmovement not only einbarratlngbackdowns if he
O'Bryan, Mayor J. S. Cadel and First received word by nlloilltion'. ut by more' practical many ; It absolutely impossible for therare.
Baptist church
I from the -
owners on assessments
property I would cultivate theI.bit\ of, thinking .
,, and stunt to be'pulled otto
City k Clerk J. R. GilbertA for city taxes for the; ens.lag this week 'that, the invitation from measures, and it is now up' to the before -
Times. : '
}omQluni ation was read from yean.,, this oity, sent to headquarters, had citizens to exert then" personal in I, actlngTannpa. This In no wise 'dlcsotiraged \ the Mexlcm' Petroleum Corporation __, been accepted though several other fluence at the convention by impress .1' Tiller! who is' managing ''the KIsImmee .
with I which the city has a three-year places coveted this distinction/ Whenit tag''every member of the convention team ,this season' and .who, ,:.h ",I
contract to furnish the fuel oil for SEPTEMBER'MEETING:: is remembered that more than 250 with the fact that Kissimmee i III CANADA MAN BUYS had arranged t the celcbrationewith: '
'he aid of 4 ther Kissimmee boosters.
the municipal fgbt 'and -water plant, ,I delegates are elegible' to attend this aboutthe livest spot on the map of > I
stating that All 'oil 'used by the "city .. convention' it will be seen 'what an Florida, and the- biggest hearted peo- '' The Winter Park 'team arrived so ''
In excess 'of the 990 barrels per opportunity will be open to Klssim- nle' live here in the most hospitable FINEVPROPERTYW. the game was called, notwithstandi'low \ ,
month provided for in the contract 'f.- OF SCHOOL BOARD mee to show the real hospitality homes. ; the fact.,that. water, fell"from a., ,
i would be supplied at)the price of $6 which exists here. U is of the uti The. inspection' committee pill .report sodden sky to a water covered earth. i "
ba rnJ. 1 i it is .to the convention likely,, wife arrived The band had assembled to'dla1 -
per : 1 most importance this year, as recommending Winterton and [
When the chiyige was made from The Board "of'7Pabllc: Instruction almost certain that the location of several sites for the hospital this weelr-from Nova Scotia to locate >.ns. .>we t musicand. played' MY
wood, to fuel oil the council made avery'advantageous met Monday at the" county courthouse the Baptist State hospitalfor as Jacksonville, Gainesville here. have purchasedwhat eral selections; the most,!:1M>oulan: h
: contract with the to transact the usual business Flora will be decided .upon. and- other places are making every is the Mathews prop; seemed to "be an, .improvised, "How* r ;
-panr: securing their fuel at a connected with the opening of the Kissimmee has been doing some effort to secure it. erty east of r ; a fine tenacre Dry 1 Am. ,
price;'of. 1.80 per barrel, to the schools. tM. C. DaM presided, withwi'R. .. 'systematicwork to secure the location When the committee makes this tract, which the/eltyi' i im proved Laterin' the'afternoon 'the'cloudsfrolled t
amount of 990 .barrels per; month. Godwin of $t. Cloud and W. of the hospital for this county report(to the convention every delegate with a nice bungalow, and Other away and the 1t.llle"eo1)eJltded" '
the cost of fuel R. Lanier of Campbell station will have the matter : under morefavorable conditions. An
Considering! present press and would prefer that it be 'betweenKinsimniee A vote in., buldings. .
the .eontrad is \atill a, valuable one ent.J, .S. Cadel, attorney for the and St Cloud.! The com- and if the city has impressed the The sale was'effected'' through' the account of it Is-;'
even r iIf some arangement must be board "was in attendance.M. mittee appointed to Inspect; hospital visitors in the right manner the Strout Agency, Allen, Fosdick. man in the Gasette. : moc! ( '
made'for the excess fuel City Attorn A... Stall''tgs, trustee of the sites is expected to arrive here in cofeted prize will be won. ager. .Quite .a crowd spectators,,
Q'Bryan will see the agent Whittier district, resigned and \..heVDc.ncy -- .. - As soon as their" goods reach here tom out to .the park and ;'the gate\I I
corporation personally before. filled by the appointment of Mr. and Mrs. Winterton will. move receipt were sufficient to 'pa. i. x''
is taken. Oliver Bass. visitors; the expense of the celebration -;; ,
any Salon -
1000 WOMEN MAY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL out on their place. and) leave "|11' to add to the, t .
Th, plant used an excess of approximately Miss Wilma Mooney war-appoint Mr. Winterton stated ,that' he Is .'
800; barrels last month ed teacher of the Hancock school, rreatly pleased with Florida and be treasury ,? tine'of/ .t. t *k ,--1 mTH
though it is thought the fuel used in and will begin'the term Monday ileves that many families from his This event '.clo. \ mosta;
September may not exceed the 990 The question of transporting the VOTE IN COUNTY NOTE ELECTION ON' section -will come' south in the ,a.,.;t Successful ,ball .seasons".XklhnmY'j)*> "q ,
has known. The' boys ,fcrganlzed. -
even ;
barrels provided 'for In the contract. nuplls from the rural schools to Kis- few months
J. -W. Thompson chairman of the timmee and St. Cloud was- arrangedand Mr. Winterton' expects to put his early In'' Jnn ',nd "played .tw.J did
cemetery committee stated that the .contracts awarded. W. I. Barber IT ESTiMATED SAT SEPT 13 placein cultivation as soon as POi games, losing'' both and. pfinr'ep M.f*V",
daM oft. 931., They then invited
cemetery was in need of a general [ will transport the children in the sible and will' begin with fall'' crops, 4
cleaning up and the council referredthe Penter Park district to Kissimmee; -- It[ is interesting ,to learn --that Mr. Tiller to manage .the team"' which' '. .he 4'';.,. ,b
Matter to the committee with Jim Smith the children of the Eat For the first time In the history of I A special municipal promissory Winterton is a veteran of- the Boer contented to, do. x" # *,
powt*\to act. Lake and filf lard Island districts, Osceola"county women,, may participate note election has been called for'Sep War, and saw service in France and .Sincjhen"" Klusimmee hat'itnloyedi ('
A. *J. MacDonough, city engineer, Kiscimmee. and S. B. Story, the in the election and all those ; tember1 18th, when the prpperty owners German. with the Canadian ,forces a ball 'game on the! local ''dxamnnl '*,
: made: a report on the bulkhead project Peg 'horn children to 'St. Cloud who come up to the qualifications of will decide whether the pavingon in the. World Wan every'"; two w eks. ;,too bon> "' lnsj"jk. -.
which wan accepted by the coun --- age and citizenship and have regis- certain important streets shall be out of, town for 'the{'alternate weekh.c'' r,
cilmesY* and the city clerk was Instructed Tho world's supply of silver Is es 'r'red. may cast a. vote in the genera'' continued immediately and shall be The U. S. Department of' AgriculJ: Ths-Hocalsv Wn' '.I..btol out''\\"otltb6'

to communicate with thu aptated-at 260/100,000 ounces annu- election. : completed in time for the travel ture has Issued a statement under. thirteen,games played. '. . *7T t:-"t:* '
Maloney-Lupfer company, stating : illy.. There is produced in the North It is estimated that' fully 1,000 which Will: surely come this way as the title of "Dyed Water Sold a. t The debt has'been''p a"M'off.n'f 'Wl: ;t
that estimate No. 7 was pronounced American ,'. continent 175,000,000 vomen.may qualify but doubt1 is ex soon a$ the season opens, or delayed Orange Juice." in which the food 'of .neat y, 170. "--di- *, t,
complete and the warrants would be ;Unces each year, of which the Uni- pressed that half that .umber wit! indefinitely flclals ot the Bureau of Chemistry videamongthei' memUers of''th1 '
drawn to that work as ted Sets produces re trl liter. The .election call states that thepromilltCory ;: '
; cover soon as 75OOQ,000oun- caution the public not to be deceived ? '
tpam "
the bond due at Mexico the amount while how married notes which it Is p' r . .*' v "I: yr
'company Just
provided ?*, same many women proposed by pictures of fruit on the label but : '
t thi t1me. which amounts to $5.000 Canada, ,furnishes 25,0 0.000. will give their' names 'Is a matter of fn; i ii/l\1e./ \ *..hall be short, time,.note* advise| that In.bels be read carefully, !m.haQuall"Pd Utili:: ,s
.: (: covered a fill which personal'preference but the re i"tra- for'the purpose of contracting a loan , season' certainly ,:refleja.grbh :
has been mad" near the. commercialdock ion officer suggests that the customary to teplnce the special paving' fund on; Mr. Tiller, the'tnnaRne;wr ordo'
principally. WATSON way of using their husbandtnltM *- I .-depqII" in the defunct Battorff. )he'; cantaln. 'and"*11Qn! the,; j", rnya'tvho
IS NAMED. CASES ) MsiV '''to*. if"l.'
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Mate MANY ONa tlelpatrd'1n,1lhis
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A petition from the business men 'would 'Jllmplllv..t atter = Onnlf.The tho .
from the city was presented to the women ace not known by their city has a paving contracwliifh *- in mores noteworthyrem: ,
csuncll asklng-i,. hat in could be duplicated fact thnt: nmature: teams are Usually"broke"
event a new Christian names. not now
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,band stand was to be built it be FOR The books were opened this week it the same price, and it looks like OSCEOLA COUNTYCOURT' # >In debt 'at the close- of ir

'' erected la the parking opposite. the when Miss Nina Bratton, daughterof i matter of business, to borrow the the season .; f f*,
State iBank Building. The object of GEORGIA PRIMARY Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Bratton, was funds to complete the work. ''JWhen The ndaytelA>;atl6n .wasv'COB:: .v. e,
:the proposed 'change location is to the first to take tie oath of, allegiance ,the bank .t$. aed its doors .every busi- DOCKETMotor eluded with'a grandiball .t; th.Fire, f

draw the.crowd farther uo the'street and answer the questions. Mrs. ness' -house and industry who, were _.. .. mane hall In the'eY..1n,(wblch was #
'< into the business section than Is now Howard Anderson was second andMrs. operating one borrowed capital ;made wen attended: "'The'musie .1Im. 'fu"*'-
done f The petition >was signed .by 3enocrats. of Georgia Nominate Radical DeWilton AlderMen; third. ", arrangements borrow elsewhere -:SpeeoW, Majority. nished-by a, five niece -orchestra ''the: ,r.

< 83 of:TCissimmee's business men representing Opponent of Admiais- .No poll tax,will be i required of the and went righton; with' their ''open- of Cases On Docket, With Liqnor. . musicians befhc Mrs S.4J'..Bull( ckt ;
nearly :as ,many businesshauses tratioa. women this year. dons The "clty .1., endeavoring: the '' "' doss 'Second, . Mrs.. GeorreGardner"Messrs. Cardner ,

of Broadway No, action was .............., According to E. D. Koti, the suupervisor same. ., .;.'/$ r'!. "-A ,* Roy.. Prentls and- Walter B- ss. $ t k
"- .taken t. y the council. '' Atlanta Sept. 9.-The -first returns of registration for Osceola There;, Is no' ttuesUoqia.. to i what QscebW Count'.;''Court .meet* MOnday . /. J-1 j fy. J.i. T'J. ]
The council adjournedVuntJI' Monday "compiled by the Atlanta Journal county, women should keep in mind became of the. special/paying funds. of,next week,-With.the! followingcases The railroad .mtaaiok.'.'. ,, it!
ntghr-wh .it will meet as an today: on the senatorial race In that this registration jd'for the general It is tied up in the bank but it is on the decketr "* "; \ Ohio4iand'Illinoa''have, refused to'
.equalisation\ board to review vesterday 'democratic primary on election oniy. .In January or protected with a surety bond and the .State vs.. Joe Tracy re'cklessly'. .op-. obey' the order. */' Interstate '
taxes .as assessed by 'Mr. W.. H. Ar- incomplete unofficial returns indicated February. they; will be. required to surety company offers $10,600", which epating rn tor vehicle .... ,Railroad Comission to advance pas- '

r inold. S&1 A,, : 'Thomas, Eo. Watson was the register for the city election and in is available at say time should jhe; State vs. Ed.. Jtoberteaggrayate4assault. : : < '", ? senatorial nominationith 197 coun- bout two years the primary books council Accept that sum. The .surety .1'i and 'excess, baggage rates'' 2t, per
J. A'' Higgins' of .Jacksonville , 'y: unit votes,'or more than a major* will again be- compiled when, they bond was issued by the company for State vs. C. P. CarllVs.. h"vtngpts cent. and,[ ,, ...,.."W'per1! rent BUT i,*,(
town the first'ot the week visiting) sty, 195 being needed. ,These were must register once mqre. $17,000however, .*nd a premiumwas tol In possession without. license. chargeon.'fhdjssw: ',"" j
his friend,' I.' P. Timmons the Ford returns, from 117 of the 155 coun- The Seoks will be open until Oc paid .on that amount The. local State vs. Robert Montdoa'car- U a' Stjite'S 'Tight one'' t' '

: "dealer*" ...... --.r.c. ties in the state and, -were,,not som1ete tober. 9th.i.CHAMBEItOFrcOMMERCE. 5'" agent.tio.ght he was '"delivering tying'ccncesled weapons;:," : : f.I .Yr' i I. , .0. t'.f'a 1YCOMMISSIONERS
;> this morning.. i" bond similar to the on. delivered f3ta e"'vl. John Bailey operatingmntorcwithoat :

Similar returns from, 120 counties 0000400 00 0940000040: I by, the Bank of Osceola Cqpnty, and license t> f t), MEET a rr
:: WOMEN SHOULD.NOWa' gn Jthe gubernatorial.:.raoeJndlcKted ve' X : the council refuses to' "accept lo.' State '-Y';; Joe, TMcy<, assault .a'i&.
Sen.-' Hard wick had 172 voted'Cllf- ; : I than the full amount ef th.-,bond, battery.1', .\ f.f.S '
** ' * ';t. ford Walker' 1&&. :John:N.'Holder,. 12. +T K* 4T* V > ,"- $17,000. Suit has been Instituted by State xsYt.'Ernest, 'Williantl: 7 'agi") S imJRDAY' r SO() AS'TQ'
: -REISiSTERFORY: : and W.--"IL''Brown,0.. P! Regular meeting ot.the cbam-i* I'attorney for that 'suM! ggravatedasault:' : ; :
: -Watson's opponents were Sen O ber of Commerce will be held-to- When the. surety bond ta. paid or ,State .s Shale Wood: ,aasiulL;;, '
Hoket Smith, who was 'seeking1ncminatiom re- 0 night'' '' at the usual time and I any dividend from the bankis"de-( .ldtatelye.Jo..xncfgarrylpg. concealed = :lOBSHVErtliBOnlAVA1 ) 7 7'c

; NOTE- ELECTION ;, COT. Dorsey 'and ;John *place. tAll ' '' : I dared, It jet h. Intention of the' city weapons; iSti -'* &- \ '
. tf. : ACoopnr; a Maconattorjwy; ; .. 0 menjbers are urged.toj'at.4' to apply 'such fund' *.' payment 'on UVv' i 'S..' C, nfoe; :motor 't
..ft- jz .Sent; -Smith's ,. .
Wosie3t'who' .awneremyi'abte' < ii.'ro".fQt.t1I..teal'U''wl1itetlerYa... K many vTnatters'of(',rvi 'Import---* "jeThe' special fefnnd ; late, sys. :p.vd', .! Low"JllotozllpeW_" .... '. era assembled Saturday for their' .
; : ; ran property v.
). ions In'their'eampaisrn.''' He made + once to, Kissimmee which should ,+ if endorsed by the property owners I tr. meetinga"Monday. ,. tblt' '
in the' election "whichfaKes > -t.. motor September'
city\ ils' firtt*wn:?such a. bBBlsCooper( 4-be>{>taken ..The" 18th.placeon'when' :' the Saturday ejuesUon September;of isso-*, based his amp.It1hla..gely.o.$ :tkrwe- +..thecheanben I;. *i.+ty-v il a..;*'$ .f*> the'paving.program .t 'the, low speeding. '' '1f'I''* ' : ".suaf',i badness:; routine"was V: '

ing.peclalpaving"refund"notesiandelectricQbt plank"- his platform Gov. Dorsey : t+a .,eat cost payers., t State v}: W. P. 'Dunenberry. 'po- disposed tof.,!The greatest: matter of 1; Ii( ?M ,
[ ? and water refund notes ilso made his caVl' alp o" 'the ,00004400,040000'p, 0 The electtou oall atat *..that the seseing"inlawful4dmount' ; of. ,Mtoxieattny .- Interest'' coming, ap belni ,,the,'report 'r .
for ciViC.lmproYemen ;,'w1n''' be decidv7omenrfSnns4'reglstei'.for".UiU'} )" .possible1 fitlinor-reaervatione. '. . light and water refund' notes 'are to Hqaor. of c: 'F. ..1ohnaoa,+..aecretary"of ,the,
:' : :>;' "' .c.t"" : ::,. ,,,,,..?"IR$ i BAPTIST;;: cHURCI create'a fund to make needed repair .Sfate" vs: Farris Richards, secretly' Fend trustees for theipeliat! i road i I'
1d. : \ r,; gut otatataGlbf; =::989 ollnt..unlf ,t"J.. V--i"; '-;\? "''- '' school. J.1"-1* on the uniclpal'plant 'and, to' retirean carrying a pi.*ol.,, t / district"No.' ",MrvHJohhson"stated\ ii
.; votes,,xeports. to.tbe.'Atlaak.Con"U-' D:., a. m. Sunday., '; 6. L.; old oebt .Rtt! veF,John Malone, +
the ayment>ot. .
'election ''and the-bo.ks '"' pen Lbpfer''suptj"; - :.-"- _;" that the oneyfor j> .
h:,at;the tity.. hall'from' aow .until,-Fri- .utlon, from 143 of the'15S t counties. 11:00 a.- m.;' refsching' (service."iub'egt. This ,debt\ must) be paid and the unlawful amount. .intoxicating- ,14 the bonds and th, Interest,;th r on," ''"s
; and'' in tMe .tDt./'lrl\1V.t.o .222 votesDorsey repairs made even though the UOT. !amounttng"tog.$18.750'was tied --up 1 ','
l"t. ; Including prom-
,darSeptember"17th! : "Outpouring of :tbe.alloly '
102, Smith '32-and Cooper 0. ; State vs. U. C. Sharpe; motor
be ..rejected .and, intbe'defupet1StateBank.CTfie'cpnrmiedoners ; '
that day a' jr 7' ; ; j.VThU"registration Sirlt' .|- ., : jasory'plan " "" '
I 'Is ..entireiydlstlnce A- total 'Of 195 Js.necessary for.nomination 800; 'v.'toj:: Evening'Ieeyvvice.Lrqb.! ,other rnethodtubsjiiuted.! i; :. 4, speeding. ''and : ,:passed V'a' resolution/-. .'' e 4

aee, ,from '.the registration. the : 'The" Constitution" supported..,,, feet ."Spiritual Revival the 'Want of ":t'e sty :officials,v which were"recently battery*f tate! .',vs' Joe: Tracyassault' "'. ,',", I manding that the'' bond;company, .r.grange '' '
; "
t erat '..leetiQn;.. - Dorsey; to'pay,that/sum/ 'onto"' ,bef r? #
.-e ? khe D1urct.. .*--. )K c't.. 5 *,& ., elected by a flattering' majority y..D.efol' Brooks, motor "" ,
... ---, '"'!' 1't.1-:; ;' MacoryTeleRritplt,says reports of State thes second"day of-: October.: : : :
.< / lv.d gave Wateoa .208 votes, I Prayer meeting Jon Thursday- Kissmmee's; qualifled'voere;: speeding., .c ; I' u Bandy.present-: {.; ---i'
: 'and Smith inlng-at. ''8JO.0'clock4.i.( t" "v have carefully considered the;; eitna- S St.te'va.. 'Robelrt. Montudoc, ''assault Tax 1 '
Dorsey \IU 1919, tthan
,'Pythian:;Sisters' ;f."J .. _"t9Qf et Lion and' believe' the promissory note ed his final"ta;'collections, of } ;
.f.\\ 'yr'" .. and battery.' and insolvsn- .'r .
with >lid' oferrors'5 (
Samuet'Ilarrie tfle results with '
i ..returned1 to plan will bring *best :
; Thomas
Go'[ DIRECTS I If ,. . State .vs.;, ,GH1 cy. .'J'h..Jw."xam1ned..an4.acceft. .
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Stadentown .fier laving the ; *
i'Organize'todge ; i How'ev.rit'Is ,liquor:. ; II. the board, . Vt ;>) ';i
by' / ,
f CONCERT"ONCE MORE summer fin' Klsslmmee.-Bradenfown., assaiift ; '
,.. ... .... Statevs.. M.- Bass,", 'TheSatwrd! 'meeting.t ,::waj "pre.t. -'" "
r. rw Journal J .. ,. 'W'' I decide .
Orltacrido: ( : h. -K ?;ffi \ _!: -;a s1T g '4 .if if. 'adsThe and battery: : f". I *:>' > : ) ehairman 'a '
," Last 'Tue day i the ciKlsslmmee< pea sr. sided tovef Bsas,5- (
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t. ; ;---r. ; T ;:: ;: = ; State v1tf:' '' '' feeks, >>otOT 'Mch.vE. "
,/ '", /,- .. pie were 'eatecttoa, : ,.cbnoert: direct- - at , h-Ernest : L.;. .. 'Qvecj'ty" -
.. ''' '' .. ,- TIII' \; . I' *d ,by G.vM. Wiearouse, and played 'J.o FIN E MEETINGS llpeedi-e': 'MsrehaU'j"at.tol'speeding. street--and'"....\'H...Dateden prflent ; a' 'e" -
'The, KUfJflunee Temple.JN.;; 'JI, by'1tMi iocal1rniQslcian8.t .which, washorouirMv"aporecIated. } ( : ;, ,' jS -'..' ; \C; : .!t.'a"; ,, --', oj .itl I ,J r.
terahparticipated.3n'amotoread1 ; :
;I ytifcta* S t <
\\ .to< Or ando- Wednesday the,enthusiastic' applaose, tj.judged which. followed . 1 a t S.,<<' JOE',LOCAL. MASONSThi I' State ,vs.' J,3Bl.:. owieirgTlT.1: .mot.'' Democrahcg9Unty..t ..j-i-; ,
?eVersing'<< .'organize1'a Temple there. 1ber., ,: ; speeding "I .1
I!, .. out fifty of the Sisters and Sist' every. f.. State vf, p. JVTarkesley' .motor ;
Mr.. She...... '\has direated''t'Klssimm.leband ' i .
ter-Knights took'', part l t the"event. through ''s.verel! local Maseos. heldtwo; : enthus.' entertainment .cam! m It tee will speeding/. ; 1c'c. ,. ,, t ': /l..
[' 'Th>'wflrt; put on of tha, 1 IoclMTempie -*on and ;waft Ot th. highest order; it ti;U alUthe" of the band as well .as week when a'> number' of candidates W. J. Steed and Sam Lup/er Ernest driving of motor vehicle.. e e ay4contsnittee r i ..... "
boys l,
V thole.who and reeeived, Green appointed chairman State. I'.. W.. M. Coble' motor .. .
said, by' were--present, the audience:, When it b.cante.knownthat' -r-degrees! .If cw;; to".1 was .' , '" '''' '' .. .
the '... large.Il.ttendne.eaturedlt.Aare.Ungln .f*the Tefnshment .committee and speedlng.c wJ>r /' ''n1' r"'f' '
'reflacted' great credit/1on ,.iSiemMI'who hen bad arrived, *or' a ;Jew'daytl f* Oil f MondajrM a : : lY '
;;b took' part;, 1. .;- ,, :-* J.I vUlt }immediately' \ .many M ut war Instructed. select othe_ to as-. State-vs. 1 CD; D..byr.'gra..toed ; TksbDom6eratkc.ltounty''sieeaUVS) :hty s'
: .. a concert"i was ; " .", which *: ''Tu.aday
xn'Paat Crane Chief Mrs Turner of rwd', he rquesed to of town, Mlasons.werepresent- slit him ssstilt.! me '
'Tawpa?,Grand .Chief-Mra. Maggie lead. tor.snd, ;was:-1"':' idf r officers of the.Orlando lodge were in 'j -At the concjuisort of' the :Cecemoaies i 8+*ta vs/. Doe,"-Seanr.'unlaWful ed }lGward'Kat ...thllirm.nJand' C. 11'; '

'(Lew17.f ;;Tawpdd, aJJca.:flat :quad ". ,About ,;twsatymosldana'> V : ..sieaibledrat -, 'char"' of\ the'ceremony' :when the: ''on MondaY' evening the were I po<**+#*ion .t"deadly _..poIIf Johnson >;.$f>". 8W':sad'etST; ? :"...JjI .' 't7reasnre1r
::OhW; Miss EtiaaMtltj D.D4t1r1In the brnd.stand and -the .aHty rank;of,Maste?t3fa eon'waa2onferredad''Messrs.'W adjourned 'to the' banquet. hall .Flta-' ''njJ.-nom..; petitlarceny. i .,"- h'.,,, ., ", "'the 't,\.%
>,. D. including/sandwiehesjjeed N _'State;.is'Farrte'Rieharde; o sesiow I At' 10 o'e1ock) next f..d.Y' .t; ,
t.ffnrs assisting .t the' ritiatina'ol of ,the ',music rrendered without., previoos" -. ;! a. XJraham, S. s fea fVa, pread, j .
.therclassr'of: menjbers'.which, was rehersal waw .certainly,remark Katsv,of./'KisaimirtBe.;and i H.: S.c Q (- tea/ Ice,sream.and cakes. of unlawful. .of /iitltoxl.eafln..lIqoul" countycourt'housAf; G"'the 7 otnute* }; >, ,
". .k a fa w. of J-,.the,0calalodge.; ; *. .- > .: i 1 1 ; 'J :- . '* L will meet i withthe.: Democratic;; eandidates. I' i
PA..vOfflcUOs 'of'the'k'L' of"P.'who "were Able Broadway: The'f.ct tear the that band both stand, sides were 'Tuesday 'evening-.., Mes.rpyGeorge i; Jimmie+'wanted: ble\t otb'tt.r"tt'bd : ; 'aState'.YLLdcMurphy;! -unlawful and' formulate 'plaas. for, the tt fi '. .I\\

t. :were.Past ,Grand;.Chancellor IiDeCt.wttb..uto.' ,'and a %h.t..U ;the T.',SItrier. George 11. .MIc:1der." Georger.Sewart bee. pulled so the dentist wrapped Imount-'of'intqxicetlns'' 'liquAr.J;b;, campaign... ><.r. 'wtff"_'y7t. J.| tt,' ,_ r ."."1
Lw.'K.,0'NeiC! Grand : and, .. it- hi..t But State .'e.'Janies'Carder."poaeesslnjupiawp ..' 'IV' : 1. s ;:. :
:\Orlando; ;: .tlnr-eJMaee..< in' the -parkinr' was 3ffs ; W.-W. Woklkuter ittepesnd gave" 'J and .wlfeJuay. f't-l\\! *
tprelatW;, 8.'Crawford. and District occuo4e r indicated, how eagerly/ 'the received the,-first degre .'..;\. j\V'1.The1Itate.ehoolef'tiuct 1-'i', what, are;:,you: eolngi 'MowJth t jsmop ;:of'i, toxfratjng; l,1q ,turried'! .1aI"C from'O M:' ; : w.g't( .
: .Jinu ie1. alUd the ,dentist.m't: ,' txtl
orKlvinntte.-. ,1'0. .
Deputy C.,, rpa' ; : people"here: are Iool nl',1fonrarcJ'w 011< uutrr f t {at ;St.7Pe-, -;
.i At i the/osa! ;ot'the, business)the'Orlandd the'reorganization'of the hand;,f" Masons wh'.ch. will meet-here I, ;Jodirs ',: enred .satistylag44y f ': ' l .':'' was- discussed; and: the'.conjimittee fait::ef;sngput! :;:.:and"than, .'..teh+'it '-of'lInl.wflll..ou ;.of : ..ntoxU.ontuig ,tenbar"", : .'"' tr h,aidA ;:

.lunch j. their,im ws. <.,.' [Ii'ypn.t can't. ,boost:'1'fdoAH. knocitl'. :, '',' apoointed to, arrange. details. ..tche\... "avs.'Jimmie'areply.. ;, ft, ', \ ; 11$ pri'.TI' :JJL-! "r1" J ", O. . / tr (
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I A meeting
W. B. CRAWFORD; ed 'bY'the"Florida Press association r ': : j
1 to take up thlll entertainment of the I ; ; ; 3PlB J JI
i I TrORNEY- T-LAW: National Editorial association met in i' :

i Ii,] Office i,,3".c,. 5, 8,'ahd 1 beeeolai Orlando' Saturday. All' members of I "

i; + 'it'itI Bank Buildlnir.KSSIMMEB. the Chairman.committee Stoneman were, present of the except Miami I . \ 8 a 0 I ..,

::1 I FLORIDA Herald. I '

Secretary George Hosmer present I O I II
t DR. R. J. DENNING; ed definite statements from the ex-,I r .
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l ecutiye committee of the NationalEditorial I .n.MtW lO.aDt n 1 Iw,1 .
( DENTIST association that they would ''tlt
'f' Over the Postofflce. spend 18 days in the st te. Three.I I I
V OFFIC1B! HOURS: 0 td 11:10.: 1:10: to I. of four days of this time will be S ''J
en over to the business meetinor giv-I I '
'J I' Besidence Phone 174- which r.
St. Augustine, during '
-Office Phone /
there will be no entertainment or :: "
t but very little. The balance will be ri') '1 ,.:

taken up, with a-trip through Florida I
r T'r c I LEWIS O'BRYAN beginning at Pensacola and windingup U9z8 ""I
!', .,: ATTORNEYA1'LAWf' at Miami. The expense will be Ti-; '
from $35,000 to $40,000 but it will I .
Warner Building. result in the greatest publicity that _.. ,
Florida baa ever had and should ,
." change imprell ions' of the state heldin .
k f' Y Pat Johnston O. P. GARRET the minds of millions of people in Ij
,: The question of raising funds by

Offices: W, 11 and 12, Oiceola Band issuing a book on Florida was dis- ,

': K1S81MMBU Building.:, FLORIDA cussed and present turned down not ,believing the newspapermen it This i section certainl'if i l owes

would not be proper. to advocate any
such form of "adverti in\!." Committees -

J. W. THOMPSON of will the by state appointed to raise- the in every '
V county mon lot the automobile ;
will Jacksonville I to -
ey. A meeting be held; at -" a ,
Funeral Director within the next two\ weeks !
when it is expected that railroad :
r men? will be present with a plan ef
I AND itinerary for the trip, Whether it I

LICENSED EMBALMER meeting will be posible or whether to adopt it will it be at necessary this- . OOK at it just from big car, but the man with the \

j' Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave. to tQ be meet ne.n.more Tampa than once Times., remains L the business standpoint small car, and the medium .
f The greatest enemy of child life is with sized car
the tape "worm. It destroys health compared ,
.. .. .t..o..tOt.t.. .. and vitality. The greatest enemy of 111-

: M. TILLED the tape worm is White's Cream say, ten years ago-or .
r '
Vermifuge One of two doses does \ .
the work. Price 35c. Sold by Rob- five. We represent U. S. Tires
.. even
i Real Estate Agency. I erson's Pharmacy.

\, t 1 f Na.NN.N.NNNN..NI ANNUAL FLORIDA LIVESTOCK for that reasonbecausetheir

< i Realty Bought and sold. ROUND-UP Everything speededup policy is the same as
;&. ! Houses rented.

bt t ! Taxes paid and Titles veri6- Many Africnltaral Experts To Be made easier. ours-every tire as good as

| ; ed for non-residents. Present-Intereitinf Program

1; ; ; Fire, Life and Accident In- Being Arranged. Nearly every businessman you can get it, regardless of

"' surance. The 'annual Livestock Roundupwill S.I.otroea tint depending on the the size of the car it is togo
f' :
fording to Mi* rojuto
< Indemnity Bondi. be held at the University of

t,. 6If, .. .. . . .. . . .. . . ...... Florida on October 7th and 8th next, thy' tor to frar/: automobile to trans-' on.
\ I under the direction of the Florida
I I In sandy or billy country .
s Agricultural Extension Division. The wherever the going himself and his It that policy which
i program is not yet complete but a port was
: strong one is assured. Is apt to be heavy' -The
: DR. JtUCKMASTER Among the speakers will be Prof.J. U. S. Nobby. products. led to the introduction of the
F. Duggar, Director of the Ala- For ordinary country .
bama Experiment Station. Few men side automobile tire
straight ,
I'OadTbe U. S. Ckaincr //
a are better acquainted with, agriculture :
l ; KISSI MEE'S and livestock in/the South than tJ_ the pneumatic truck, tire.
he. O. G. llankins of the Bureau of For front whefte-The That is one reason .
Anmial who has of per-
Industry, charge
OSTEOPATH the soft perk investigations for that U. S. Plain. attention fe And you can't beat it..
t. bureau. will be present to discuss .For best results haps, why more

t this important subject. C. A. Cobb, .r.rjrwli.r.-O. S. ,
' ''t Editor of the Southern Ruralist, will Royal Cords. being paid to tires-why tire IV
STATE BANK BUILDING speak on co-operative marketing of
livestock. E. N. Wentworth of Chicago costs are being figured closer U. S. Tires are guaranteedfor
PheM Na'lti2
will discuss ,making Florida a
I factor in the world's'livestock market. and people are beginning to life, with no limitation .
.I .' W. C. Lasseter of Atlanta, an :
r'" t editor of the Progressive Farmer, look; for' better .
will speak on improving the soil by tirea.if ' ,vo/, mileage. / .. j 1
i growing leguminous crops i .
This as,the only suggestion"of the We believe, that people are It will pay you to '
many ,good things on the program. -'a.'C' wiaD4lz5-lWIU9m: -AAl1
8SDJ'FPRIIIE8'SELLS' A number of the University, Experiment entitled to. better tires-the about tires if are
: Station and Extension men will us you

speak, as well as a number of the best they can get.. them from
beet tatTle and livestock men of I looking at a"business
: : the state. These farmers pore able
to give first-hand interesting Information Not only the man with the standpoint.
agricultural subjects. ,
y Tire": Life,*" Accident and Keep the dates in mind-October I iI
7th and 8th-and watch the newspaper ,

.. Health Plate Gla..,. Litv *. /or further announcement

,". : H'* Across baby g from : :
. "; l billiytilidBoilcrnaurancc.: digestive troubles and looseness of -United States Tires
the bowels needs McGee's Baby
s'B\. \ l 0 A d Executed Elixir It' checks the 'bowels, eases .:t"I
; ,
t the stomach and restores healthy I /

'I; i''.. Same, Day Needed.: conditions. ..Price. 85c and 60c. Sold*. ,t
by Roberson's Pharmacy.ADVANTAGES I ,
.. .. OF WINTER I .

,i ,,: ,,Ol. l'.fiE( : Slab Bilk"" Billiloj DAIRYING. : LUPFER & PRATHER GARAGE, Kissimmee, Florida '!

I -. , .... .Better To Let' Summer.the Cows Go Dry IB MACH 'BROTHERS, ...Kissimmee.. Florida'.t'. ;

W '
Normally the dairy cow freshens . r . ,
;. CITY 1n the sprlnr and goes through the !alt
summer while grass Is cheap aid'entifni
"" in heavy flow of nillk. This . :
method however, does not bring the I -_ -_. _, _ _, u._ _ ___u___ ._. ____ .__'_ <,
; MEATS MARKET ---.---
iT : best financial returns because of the 'i..o.o.......... ......... ..............,..c..o .
.... surplus of milk In Florida in tumner -
and the subsequent low price. it1

j Fresh'" :Mccci' : and In and fall even these then cows will require usually.extra decreaseIn feed.., O'LLINS ,COLLEGE '!14I .

*' milk flow so that it is expensive .
; '; *
i'. 'j Vegciatles: .to keep them through the winter. on ateke Virginia, Winter ,Park% FIa.
," , f> . ',- 'A better plan fpr Florida dalrv- Oldest cohere in Florida. Inter-denominational* R. FLOYD ii &
'" men to follow, says Professor C. H. co-edcatlenaL .
I. Phone 44 Willoughby of the Florida Agricultural !
,. .. is breed Standard courses Uadlnar to A. B. degree. Prefosalonal ,
a,1 *,' College to their cows! I ,1l
they will freshen In the fall cOurses In medicine, law 'and engineering.: If
so or
aarly-. winter. Following this, meth Special adTMtagM... In mask (faculty of nine),business <
home'economies: e and Industrial arts and ". JJ
od, the cow will produce tile largest
I ,1 p .... flow of milk during the winter sea academy '(10th, llth 12th gradeafThirtyexth.yedpeni'eptem6er20 i i ,I,

n '. l. t, I : Son, and upon very little, more, feed ;' 110.' and'f"
.t'i .,'/I' than would be to maintain( Groceries .. .
: ... necessary D. D. 'LL.D. President.
l' e I 1 n dry cow. When grass comes in the It *f .1__ -. _. 0 '
,TW"" spring, the winter'! cow's milk flow ,_._ __
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n ,. v t" .----e"- 5vill' frequently increase much as if \ 0'
.. f' Again freshening. lIt is cherper to FOR MONDAY AFTERNOON prize a set of cookie cutters i la card
let the cow be dry during summer on shapes, and Mrs. Ingram the guest
t Fresh
Meats :
I ljEMt..EO''T1NS oia.v rrass. pasture. BRIDGED. CLUB prite, which were jelly rsolds in card ; \ ,
t .j i i. AT wua GX cEP.S The great advantage of winter >shap .. 4f
t'', :r. ..,' .t-Irvln. is that the demand and Miss Manila Piney: was hostess", to 1 Molded chicken salad, decorated
HAiWEu prices for milk and cream are much the Monday afternoon bridge club with celery hearts was served in : ff
L )'" HOusE -renter durin.- those months. It is this week, entertaining the member grapefruit icedwith cheese straws, .
UK,. .r il: !1.a easier handle and market the un J.two guests at her home on Bryan saltines and Miss Grace
I coFFEE milk In the cool weather Utah. in street '.. Gilbertassisted N fas- Filler Jft--eerv- f.. ,
'. ." ., --' .. warm weather. Cattle am troubled .. Mrs. H. C. Piano ,wo the elsib )Jag. f f: : Phone 176 302 Broadway
t I, less In winter by iaseetrpaets, and -,,-" I < . The Victiola was played throughout ts
x Li--. ' L ban'easily be made to do their bestwork the afternoon. t
f'?' 1Th. DeN Adv.rUieiseaa during those months.Franeerls i These enjoying the4 afternoon party \
1 ; advertiuemeetany mer- were: Mrs. H. C. Piano Mrs. D. II
I t about to seek aao.n of R; Alderman Mrs Howard: Anderson .' "
f ,eha\at.can; hare if a tUfl $, >> mar. No crater r.eommdndatlon Swtn $125.000.000 and $ IIO..Y'83C.' Miss Edna J'I I .I..O..4..t. .. .... ....
'' b 'riven attic!. than the foU ), In this country which ii is to..,pay wt easelea k"-t'\. D. w01X'beck"Mrs.' George"Gardner, 4
can an -- >
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nfl" part of her .share of the Anglo t e l.wteawt of aew.rVf' Mrs. U H. Ingram'and Mrs. C. ':
latrlhr/by;'B.. L Milbnrn.; Prop4 ,, .- _1"Da't C'I' The Sues Canal Co.
which :1 ,
French. loan o( ,$500,000,000' Jordan announces 666 6aetipattdi
'' GWon.fXru Sion, Gulon'Ark.W: -- '-. "'" quickly relieves dy
}. ...... that after October 1, .1920, the Lad
s i f' ,ltT old,Chamberlalm'i C uchfiew matures, October 15._ '.-.. .-....... ......-. III wan Eub-My-Tlsra 1. a: powerful anti the canal will be decreased tpllaof by Headaches Biliousness,, Loss, of Appetite ,E' >I It'
due to
' 'J// edy for,year*, and bar atitfaction.always'fotnd" peration seems to .be t1M, i ')::;,1-:.. ,':'=.= -r;;; Infected I it kill the poison caused from 0.25 franfe. The new rates will be, T.rpld'Liver-adv.,
& k; !that' it'give perfect ""-1J1't""'rord'of' the successful'farnleretr : I It.._...TODAY.. htw1KIIr cuts, cures old ,sores, tetter. per tong Loaded vessels; 8.25 francs; Wanted-Large, a

t y'' ,,8 beerlbe, fer.ahf ,f alley; pt, ,,the:'Florid.* Key s.M Ls.aIse'"' ., 4 Tall\, \. .tc--acht.'r i I 1 vessel in ballast, *.7ft franc at tjiacett* .office. clearikcottoa yr..
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g "" 1' ", yTM' ..sU6 MMEE',VAIJLET. CAUTTr/FIIDAI S6PTEMBER- 10,'.1929fc .. ter. ,...:

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J.' : B. SOMERSET DECLINES I I 1'H.... --or It''e" !', ; "iI.f ..

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. Hey.: ,Gisettet' 41'notice 'that; it was nnerallyk: :+pown that jl f - % C ..... IO' ,
racy ,
Issue voted for t W. the { i
II. In the last1 of the eo. Allen repufci

: Valley, Gatette. that'1 was nominated Ucan nominee. for 'governor, in the -'
taut general .election when an URUIU..Ut. *
y1't at. a republican convention, recently ".blUer fight'was-on among'dem- \

held in St. Cloud tes a,, candidate for" voted for Mri. .Allen because .
, 14 :4 county commissioner from district I considered him' the best manIn "

4 ;/. No., 5. This action was taken without the race, and' believed then and
.. my knowledge or consent and I still believe that his election] would
'.: wish to state that I am not a candidate -:: have prevented the state of Florida ' ' /: / ; Increasing Strength of The > : 'i'
; >
r for comissioner of.i any other fromoih.r. down in ,disgrace r .
office on any ticket in the. approaching I believe' In"the princIples the ,
Pi', '.- election. white republican party but I cannot; ; ,:r ,. ,\ I : $ : '1 ,;' :.' \ ;.; '' ,
, 1. supported Mr. .McClelland in"the and 'will not lend aid to tbat 1 : .
< any
primary with the distinct' understanding party ''so ''lone 'as It. affiliate! with ; /: : Florida I. Citrus ExchangeV i
::; : ,: : \ :
:; Q that there should be a and encourages the support of the \ :3 ;;\
. change from the extravagant and "black and tan* element:: > > : ..
wasteful manner in which affairs in i 1 am not a partisan, but reserve '. / ',. r
our district have heretofore been the right always to vote for, the .. r' The Florida Citrus Exchange had it. biggest and most successful year in' '" I 'J/ r #

handled and if the change does not candidate whom I consider. ,beat 191920. I "' 'x'"I '
come speedily I will be as ready as equipped to fill the office. i\'flf"\ .' : ,.
, 1 Outstanding features were larger volume.rider distribution, tower costs of .' \'
anyone to oust him from the job. Yours very truly, ,
I ..presume my nomination by' the .J, B. SOMERSET I 4' .operation and more satisfactory returns than ever. before. ; ". ,, r'.... 'r. i _.. ,
republicans was because of the fact Kenansville, Fla. Adv:
In addition to ''money'earned for grower members by the organization, ill: saves J.I-'t\k1-\ : ;I'.
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.- them 'volt through the traffic'and (I\' -
sums cjaim department'and.thej Exchange'.Supply : ,' .
.ny. ,. -
SEMINAR. OCTOBERTo ( f t, "fl: .;) ',:",1.
Ada Louise Simpson'was the In every part of Florida, citrus growers are awake. to the advantage of.mem- *'> .t'. ',;" _
( 'honoree at a lovely one o'clock lunch Be Held At, CoUep'ef AfricsltartGainesville '!: J in the and .accommodate the \' "
" eon given by Miss Violet Bullock at ; ership Exchange, to new "fnember. : four: 4ew local as'sociationi 'J'v"
; her home on Clyde avenue Monday Fla. '.. r were formed recently, in two week,*. ,"h, ,.', u I + t

afternoon Plates were> laid for, Misses Margaret The llth annual;; ; Citrus Seminar \ Ten or twelve new Exchange packing I houses are in. course 'of f erection and . .: ' t

I and Mattie Stanford Mary will be held at the University of : many already large houses 'are constructing1additions:! ; some of (Item;I fe> double J their;' . .j t ': ... ',. : C
Tiller, Fripp Norma Griffin Florida. October 5th and 6th, con- capacity. One big ice plant'and I three oolin. .' ', .. . \f4t I. 1J '
Carolyn ducted by the Agricultural Extensior '. p pla"lIar..bwldin, .. .)" ;;: : I." +.r
'. Grace Gilbert Ada Louise Wagner . ., '. .----4. It' .. .." ,
4 Margaret Brun.on" Lois- Johnson Division! of the College of: Agriculture. .. '. ; :" To obtain tae beaeflta of the Florida Citrus Exchange for th. approaching' , : ',J ",", ,. '. +

Lucy Lupfer,-Ada' Louise Simpson The will consist. of lectures aeasoor yon saust''take mesAbersklp before it open. 'For ., ; r ., .. \ t'
and Violt Bullock. program . , ?
capers discussions and dem- full Information" write to.the' business manager at'Tsmpaj _tonsolt. '" r' 1 '
A course luncheon' was served table the onstratiens of special Interest to cit the manager of tll."::1oeal aaaoclaUon'nearest' to ion or call pit .'" /I
guests being'. seated 'at a long. The '. ; t ,
which with laceluncheon rusrowers.: orinciple: ; speaker ,
spread a dainty .
was r
will N Dr.) ,H. .J. Webber, who Ugantudving
set and centered with flowers .. Orange County Citrus Sub-Exchange .;
diseases in Floridain .
.'' orange : \
A pink and white color schemewas tt
1 91. Since then Dr. Webber has< f Orlando Bank ft Trust Company'? Building '
carried out with the use of oleanders s
hybiscus and lillies. A tall engaged!: in plant breeding In"tln' Orlando Florida ',. S .
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t'ons. carried on by the United S.
Vase! yholding a pink flower was arranged "
Stated Dept. of Agriculture. He '
at either end of the table. I Eleven of unqualified success. Proven atability.
.years '
The afternoon spent informally was for a time orefessor of experimental <, i"
plant bioloirv. Cornell University Increasing advantages to members ,
with'games or dancing as fancy ,
: and for a time acting die
*or and professor of plant breeding! >l
vr..* York State College of Agricul t

WELL KNOWN, TAMPA ture.Since 1912 he has been engaged in.

horticultural research work In California ,.
'' as director of'
MAN ENDORSES IT Breeding Station and! tropical n.rofessor agriculture of clan 4se f

dean of the graduate school of trot
George R. Canpell Declares Tanlac i al agriculture ana director of the

Restored Self aad Wife Beth "Berkley.To' -1'fornia. Experiment Station a4

Te Health. the older growers of the state ;J ''' /

Dr. Webber needs no introductionHe .e t'
"1 bought Tanlac because I was a stand! as a national authority or s
sick man,' and now I'm praising it citrus, and the Extension \Division o* 66(1 cures Malaria. Chills and If the moon isn't just-; right, plant The United States exported $33,. 666 h.a'm re Imitations than'any I
because it has not only made a well he University is gratified over the er, Bilious Fever, Colds .and that fall garden anyway. The moon 85 ,457, worth of lint cotton to Can- other Chill and Fever Toale 011 ,,.. !i"
man of me but has", restored my 'act that he will take an active part Grippe. It kills the parasite Fev-I can get right I later just aa well. ada besides 66,513,627 worth. of man I'market, but no one wants Imitations. 'M 'I
wife's health also," was the enthusiastic ('n the coming citrus Seminar. I causes the fever. It is a ufactured cotton duringv. the .fiscal .They are dangerous >things In!' u... II(I
... .. .. , 'the Io
statement! made by George R. The remainder\ of 1e program i I. ."JT.ti. .nd. t, .n r.1, Trni qn..t.- for Valley Racett year ending March 81, 1920 medicine line.-Adyv s >r> I :.

Camobel!, a well-known employee of being prepared and will be publish /1.
the Tampa Dock Company, living at ed at an early date. ,
2217 2nd Ave.. Tampa Fla. -- 4
"For a number of vars I've been Chamberlain's Oolirand Dtarrhoe ,

bothered with indigestion which became Remedy In Michigan. __ 04 l

so severe about two years ago Mrs. A. H. Hall, CasevilJe. Mich .it
1 that I thought; I was goin:: to suffer Ride
says "I wish to thank vou for vov Farther
Goodyear Tires '
. a cbmplete breakdown. My ap 7ro.dtoed mfdicine, Chmnberlai" on : >
didn't relish
petite was so poor I my 'Tolic: and Diarrhoea Remedy W
food a bit, and ate only en ,
)keep going. What little I did eat I am pure it Raved our baby I" r .
fermented, causing me to suffer terribly ;'
'ife this summer. in Your Small Car .-
from sharp shooting pains" Mrs Mary CVrington, Caseville ,
I also had awfu'pa'ins *. .
stomach and
my Mich., save, "1 have used Chamber I -
In. my neck, which gave m" '*!n'lI Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy ...
no end of trouble. My liver was al'out for years and it has always-given m' ": ',, H-i,
of order and I was In such n r
prompt relief.<<: : .. ,
weak run-down condition that I was 1 .
r "
. .: just a bout all In.. FLOP IDA HOG, SALES FORE- ..
t "Well sir,. I'm' mighty .glad I mad e .. : .. tire performance that: '' .
'lA1i'x iipmy mind' to try Tanlac, fo* i' RUNNER. ,OF..GREAT INDUSTRY 4 ... .,..,,tl,, ,, ::..:'';Ii' .' <. (' : : ; ; price, ' \

' has not only put me in the best, of There on n? longer- ; be any: doub"as j q "(,,<,4-'), J jf; : '' '., ' decides what, you really payhencejr; 'y., '*' ,*;/. ,

r'll I health but' "., also relieved my wife to Florida's ability; to prod?* '.)) "r.f'.j..:. :; "I "I\i' .JoA '. 'f. " .. :I .,

,. .' which of a bad'she has case suffered, of indigestion for more' from than na1 good'' sales, hogs circuit'-V The was recent-success Poland' ;; -Chi Th, ..4 ye ir) :<., :: 't. : 1'1 " dp not experiment ''with, tires" madeTto : ," : ," I

I a year. I've only taken four bottles hogs offered were as good an th' sell at sensationally low prices.: I' ,
but have already gained eleven ,
hogs of any state, says J M. Scott; .. ,
'Jf pound* in weight and'my 'appetite nal industrialist at the Florida 4s '. 1 .- /
ill.o bir.-that, it's run the grocery Experiment station. "; e
bill up almost double. I never have We have often heard farmers crlt"ize \ MO11\ You can secure in Goodyear Tires of '
any trouble with my stomach, my ourebred auction wiles, saying i it
liver is in fine condition and at night the 30x3- 3"Qx3& arid ". .
: hat the animal sold for so much n 31b4-inch sizes \, : -
I sleep like a log. 'Mv wife and I fie average farmer could not buy i'" ,
both are pleased with Tanlac, and '..0I thorn. We believe that )In these sale ah1girelativevaiuenetcxceededeven l \ &
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grateful for what it has done for
more hoes were sold for l lees than .
us, that we want. others to know real value than for more than : in true famous Go d .t.I: ,. \}" '"
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- about It. / their real value. In A fact, few I if v .
Tanlac Is sold in Kisslmmee by J. any brought more than they weie .. the world's finest .automobiles." ,
Z. Roberson and in St. Cloud by the worth. on : u.
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. St. Cloud Pharmacy .When, rood foam lend in Florida .. : )

sod? for $5 to $10 an acre there was ' r

\ AN IMPORTANT.....-- INDUSTRY' perhagsome excnpe for raising ;! i Goodyear experience('and care 'are': : -:'i';,
cheap hogs, and the rarorback hog '- J J8S
' i Watermelon seed are now being mighthave been profitable at tha*. applied to their manufacture infuse/ ; .;.' '..
hauled into town by the wagon; load time but not now With"the advance .. .. ' ,
and sold to the wholesale seed hous In tl1 le-of'! farm lands; it Is 'but '... .worlds .largest tire :f.;:.... '" devotedto : : { "

es. 'One good thing. about raising tural for livestock -advance in pro- ., .... !:Pry .. '..,-....... .. r- ; .
H watermelon seed they are harvested., portion. I these sizes / '
mad-sold before the other are elate ..v. f.-"
I crops Th day is past in our when ." ,, !
r t' ready and brine money In at a time the farmer wand litter I . 'II' "
can buys I wI
I ,{" (.... !
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, when ft is mbci( needed on the farm. 0(,nigs i for $IQ to- $15,. A large matit -. : 1' f ,.
' While'the ; this Js not' at If oWn Ford Chevrolet :' '
cro.p\ year" ofour' farmers and now raist j you a ; Dbrti "t
large a* in. previous years, it .Ik estimated !nit hogs and they have a right to I ,
that between 115,000 and expect hog prices for their vroduetsi: ; ; .Maxwell ,or other: car, takingthe cppI Rr.r..:, .:' ':
$100.000 will be paid to the farmers It may not be advisable for'every .4 .. ,... .' ,_'W 9 .. '
\i of Jefferson county this l year for the fatnter. to pay $500 to $1,000 for .. i II iZ s',.g I'.o': our t::; St : ., ." : Y
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JOwly watermelon seed. The crop 'is sow. 'butts good farmer can affordto'payl L ,
.' rdly half m .yet-; so-It I It..bard to ' '' :; i i i3O
. 5 or' $200 for -the right tipn ;for < take ad
G9QdYe res ,
:pi f ;
; l
tell what the yield j '
anywhere near kino ,of brood sow. .., f I !
i 1 will be, but H. is estimated about asy ,.. ( ''.. Ii. -" rl .4i. ql
above, Jefferson county has. for Owners of horses and 'blooded stock f vantage of ,.,hie ppRprtumty: to 'gettrue ;: Ir' l ,'
some time been the' home of watermelon are large users of Liquid BorozoneIt 4 [ ; '

:. seed, and she furnishes practically heals wounds, festering sores." ''q Gpodyear i mileage utJ economy. .;. ': 'i. ': . '
, _' the' whole country with this barbed wire cuts by' a mild powerthat )I ,. ': rti. 'I -/1 <. ::
I)" Very 'necessary item,--MonticelloNew 'Jenves no disfiguring scars- Y .... .. V :1f'"f" II. t .,

." *. Price SOc, 601 and $1.20. Sold by ... : ... ;,
-- --, -- Roberson's Ph rmacy. ** .
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: 16799DIED "MATTER 'OF 'TENSES : ':, ...... ";'t'\;;' ",, !. ,1}

. rNow," sad! the officer istructinor ., \S < : -. h.. i".r. .,, f'j"
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. .. the ""
recruits "suppose
Itf I green yon \ .... .1.\ '
Jones,' were out OB guard duty and '. -- .1 \ l' : _
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an entire( German should
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come up to where you were what .. ---=--. ...' "" -, I.t,
would dot" t' ' .. ,. ,.,1.' if I. ,, < .g,
you ..
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In New York City alone from kidney "Sir," answered Jones without hea*. "3oa3% Goodyear Doja.'Qur. i : J" : \
; 50 Ooo4yea Met Tubes '
I' ;. trouble last year. Don't allow nation "they neverwould come up ''i '.I'.c. All Waach.v-x-: _. _-.23 *Heavy cost no soon than eY pries., a i '.. jv i
i ore akw foe tuba .f .. j ,
I, you } to pay '
to where I was. Maybe tho. thev I ..> 'II'' ; ;? t .
" yourself to become a victim by .
? neglecting rains and aches. Guard II rice cis owwr.e/.tar -yo- : '-,' "",,{i' r;i
I r a' .OI .: /
gainst this trtouble by takiDt'GOLDMEDAJ. We are proud of the confidence doe- +
1 't"f,
torn druggist and the public have J

f{, ., h> 566. Chill and. Fever Tonic.. -adv,., .J tf it ., r

'ThVlSrrh amendment to the U. S I ,. '. 'I'
!!! Constitution ia brief. ItIs ... follows 1, ', "

e : "Section 1. The right of vote
rs r {Izens.'Of ,the. Vnited. States to '4
4$4 ,Tt: world's standard nme.y' for'Udney?shall Siot'! be 'dented' or' ,brligcd: ,b? I .. :" r' ,

..... bladder and ark add troabtM. the United Rt.t.or... by any State *<> I,f ;"
Il+ Itosland'.natlon.l reedy since 169*. on- account' of sex. Section t. Congress : '"{p..... i "" 'f. .. ..4-..

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t Watcher In The Tree TopThe I LAWS '0F5TATE. WITH 1,BRINGS:HAPPINESS 1

: : .......' t0....,.' ......." '\\ J A, VIEW TO REGISTERING !
,I arrrt.ah_ vans G.It.. c-..... ""; (From the Atlanta Georgian) CUT PRICE CASH} GROCERY ; c1

t '.KL.Ir-e.. ...rt.. ladies a-;: : already beginning Suffragists! Women 'who. ., are Upon from his return, to England Jaat'ye.r : I ,

err. 4i' H.ft'te..N..W ... ...t about tq register and east: your votesin a. visit'to'' America, John
,. Ja .G. ,. ..... ...............:....._..... to register' preparatory to' voting. the general electlonIn, November! Galsworth, th. famous' novelist 'and '
.,... .._ 1'1.' 11 Go to it,girls! ; we'll i meet you at thepolls' Dd'you know how tall you are? And writer";'; }n three sentences summarized FOLLOW THE CROWD U the Cat Price Grocery and see. what -

s t .............. Ra Copy, One Year__>..........!!.00 address and occupation and place of American' people. ,
One COy, Fllx 'Month__........,. 1.00 Wonder what the women will say for these As a whole he said, they were too .
One Copy, Three, Month..._..__. .CO about the condition of the average nativity, are will some of the much devot.l to material achieve CRISCO Corn Beef .*....--.._-.,.._. ,30',

All eommuqlcaUona .xo.p from our voting booth? There'll be better and eBtionli'which will be forced you to, be asked ments. AU their tall( is how to attain No.: 6. can ?.?.__.._..,;i_._.-.$1.tt5 Catsup bottle .....,-.__... ,,13: ,
authorised correspondents munt b. housekeeping in 'them from this,time oath when supply under 'great wealth, and power. No ,'.'N'*.' 3 c.n. __?.,_...._.-____ .90 Best Early'June Peas, No.2 _.. ,
-. r alq tied by' th., writer.ntjected returned '>n., or they, Watcher'ie a false prophet you present, yourselves 'one thinks it necessary to tell young No. IMi can _....,..__..:._ .60 t
mutter will-. not b* ; for registration, the preliminary. people how to attain b.poias.There Lard, pound, .-.__.-___.-_>__ .25 can ---------.22-:
tuilrsi called. for . voting, game. passed in Paris a' few ,Picnic Hams ._-_____,___I* .27 Beets. No, 2 can.:_I.-.*... ,.18 t
J-b.te'ft"e ., Oath of Electors away All kinds bar.. __ .09 1 Gallon\ Alaga Lop.. 1.50
s (Bntred at the atKlntmtn If the Lord Mayor of Cork > gt.arve days ... an American whom manv Soap ,- ?-
t e.., F'Iortda.Iaa* second-class matter.) himself to death because he doesn't See; 178.-Oath and Identification' nf his countrymen mast have envied >12 bars I_.-._._____._____ 1-06 H Gallon Alaga ._..,.-.T.,7B

4 I I-| -r.'Ny/N.-fa1r.4" 'ike the way England rules Ireland, of Electors for Registration; I I' Upon He had great wealth. ,He wielded Washing Powder, 11 pkgs.. .50 Itt n can _-____,._-:.*. .." .23 ,
,. Se may show lots of spunk, but application for registration: each vast Was William K. Van- Tomatodr. No. 2. 15c., 2 for .25 Karo l'/4 It cans _-.-."" ." .19
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10.1920 ,mighty poor judgment.When elector shall be required to take oath derbilt power.therefore !' Neotle's Everyday! JWilk' Veal Loaf _____._____?_..,, .,32
and subscribe the following Hear his in 3 can*' ___.__.__.______.... .20 Vienna Sausage ____....... .10
School bell rings Monday. the ladies vote this year they "1 do .solemnly swear (or affirm) hi. fifty-sixth own testimony, given Grits, I 5 pounds __.._____.. .25 Pot :Meat 6c. 6 can___.... ..25

r sayGreat that I will protect and defend the "My life was year: destined to be Meal I 6 pounds ....._____-. .26 Corn ,___________..18, 22 and ..25.
Constitution of the United State Macaroni & Spaghetti 2 for ..15 Pork and Beans, 2 cans.... .25
will soon things will come to
and ; It laid
; grapefruit pass quite happy. linen
Oranges: and of the, State of Florida that I was along Lemons dozen __ ItS___._ _. ''
be the They'll drive- the national motor-bus ; which, I could not foresee .almost ... .20 Navy Beans, 2 .25
( , on, market.Don't stepping on the gas am twenty-one ,'ears'at age and from earliest childhood. It has left No. 10 'Snowdrift __.______ 2.00 Cabbage Ib ______.__..,-_- 06
forget to register for the . have been a resident of the Stateof !! me with nothing 'to hope for with No. 4 Snowdrift ________.. 1.00 Peas B. Eyed, 2 Ibs.___._. \.215'
note election. A certain Dr. Albert Abrams liv. Florida for twelve months, and nothing definite to seek strive, for No. 2. Snowdrift _____.____ .60 Arbuckles Coffee lt>.__....... .40
municipal ing out west somewhere is credited of this county' for six months; thatI Inherited wealth is or handicap Pure Lard pound __?,...___ .27 Gold Blend Coffee ___i::.--_. .30 ,
way am a citizen of the United Mates a big Coal Oil _ ____ __ __
The pleasantest season in Florl- with the discovery of a meansof to It i II' certain death gallon _ p -.26 White House Coffee ..w_.' .65
and that.I am qualified to vote happiness. as White Ibs___ .' _..._____
calendar is at hand. I getting drunk by electricity. From under to ambition cocaine is to morality. B.co127c.. 4 : 1.00- Senate Coffee n. .60
; appears a man money, no
Klftsimmee women will cast their longer necessary for the bibulousto i State of Florida. and The Supervisorof how much, he finds a certain happiness Pineapple, can .__-_nn__ .40 FEEDS .
ballot the first time Saturday September cache their supply of bug-juice In'' Registration district'regis- in its possession for in the desire Blackberries heavy svrup.can .40 '
tration officers provided for Gold Medal Flour, 24-lbs.___ 2.06 ____ _____ "
18, at the municipal bond the back yard under the guava bush- are to increase his business he hasa Oats, 100-lbs n__ 3.65
i election. en. They can walk serene and unafraid hereby authorized and required to constant for It. But the Self Rising Flour, 24-lbs.__ 2.00 Corn. 100 Ibs _________---_ 4.25 .
l administer this oath, to be administered use man Self Riitog Flour 12-tbs.! 1.0 __ ___
into electrician's and Shorts: 100 Jbs: n. --, 4.00 ,
an who inherits it has this.
Will smiling candidates a have him give them a dry shop drink. by the registration officer to The first satisfaction and none the of great* Eetrle: Brand Milk _________ .2i!; Sweet Ft't'd.100.Is): .._..... 3.65 t
carry give such description of himself Libby's Brrn- Mlk; ___.. __ Ji! __ _
bonbons well cifrnjrs The discovery consists of certain : as that Of otton Seed Meal n _._..,_ 3.40.
of as as est the foundationof
supply ( will be sufficient to building P."Moes. IS-'bs __. ____.__ '
now that the faix sex may qualify manipulations. of the subtle currentin his with clearly Identify a fortune, is denied him. He must I .75 f""lckfn Fe-d, best ____.:i... '4.40: : ,
the act of
as votersiKlBsimmee a manner to produce alcoholic tion.person registra labor, if be does labor, simply to add .- ,

vibrations, thus entailing a sure Registration Certificate.The _. to an oversufflclency." And hi fact everrtkiat l i in oar store will be for talc. These price aft ,.
ran put out a winningball enough electric 'Jag. It has a kick 1 form of Mr. Vanderbilt had'unuBual ability ,
team and should begin now to like ,alcohol, _without producing a given in'registration Section certificate and taste. Both were proved by the strictly ca.". "
'perfect plans for a better equipped tell-tale hreath. It will be as hard W2 givesan part he played in determining the
accurate idea of the information
park next year. for a fellow to find the keyhole as I character of the New York Central .
which will be
it was under the regime of John I of womenon terminal improvements in America'sgreatest :

I I October First-Post Card Day. Barleycorn, and a brand new set of I used registration for men in this this being State the form city. CUT PRICE CASH GROCERYPHONE

a Tourists rates to Florida begin October explanations will have to be invented "State of Florida. : Many people might suppose that .
1' p j let and oqntinue till April 30th for use! when the victim comes those colossal improvements extending ,
__ _____ Election '
County District
extension. It is home is in the No. 141 422 BROADWAY"
with a possible as late. This discovery over ten city blocks required
: _____ The bearer '
cheap to go visiting as to stay home. regular line or progress for we al- : the date hereof ,a 1----------i, qualified elector at nothing but money. That is not Out of Town Orders Given Prompt Attention. ,
., toady have the horseless carriage true. They required three things: ,
'in the above district. QUICK SALES AND PRO."ITS'
He resides SMALL
The bane ball season which\ closed smokeless! powder money-less bank af (1) The of criminal indictment .
A :, impetus a
_ __
___ Is _____
----- ---- -- years
this week has been so successful seedless raisins spineless cactus anda of all the directors of the .
.;. that the had neat little wet-less and the drunk- of age, by occupation a____.___ _. New York
: a New Central "by
manager country York a
a He is ______ft_________Inches in ,
d. cum In the treasury after all bills less drunk naturally follows. grand Jury for maintaining a smoke ;
heighthis color _______ .. .
were paid, which is.more than ama is and! "he is, nuisance and:! death-dealing tunnels;'oooooc.oooooo.ooooooo .o.oo.oo
entitled to vote In said district
t r tine teams usually can say. WOMEN VOTERS WILL hereinafter ; un.lesR ((2)) $200,000,000; and

t Registered on disqualified.this_________day of ((3): Judgment and good taste SHOE 'I:
Will the ballot REGISTER WITHOUT DELAY New York's Grand Central terminal WHITE
women use now
________A, D. 19____.
that it has been acknowledged as and that of the Pennsylvaniaare
\ fV>"' ir right? is the question which Tallahassee, Sept. 6. 'Attorney -- -' the greatest single enterprisesever
t. will be answered this fall in every General Van C. Swearingen: has received Supervi" of Registration for Raid undertaken by private individuals -

state in the Union with the from the federal secretary of county corporations. Of the two the .
exN'p"t10n or 119 Pairs of White Shoes to Close Out at
I Do know the
state Bainbridge a communication you many disqualifications -
Whose laws Colby
t of three! state. must Grand Central is much the better in
"i first be revised. formally him that as well as qualifications for design and convenience for the pub-
the nineteenth amendment to the voters ? If not, read the following\: lic. Its original planse were inferiorin 1-3 Off ;
: federal constitution is in effect having extracts from the laws governingthe
will be observed as I Ii both scope and quality. to those I
1 Post Card Day when all Florida been duly promulgated general election and primary now realized. Mr. Vanderbilt insisted -
i Mr. Bwearingen immediately wired elections in Florida. -Although the
boosters are asked to send cards: to on their enlargement Grand
the supervisors of registration inMteveral women do not have to state their
their friends in other states Inform Central today, familiar to so many
s '" ing'them of the tourist rates which counties that it would now be political affiliation when registering Atlantans and Georgians reflectsthe *
in order for them to open their books for participation in the general election .
, fro into effect on that date land continue vindication of his good taste and
J till The Idea for the registration of women uponan but it is the democratic women his .
y April thirtieth. the wisdom of judgment But Good Styles and Good .;
with the male voters. He of Florida who are being urged to
comes from the Florida Development equity these assertions of, his innate qual-
} Board and is a splendid ,one which also holds that the poll tax require- vote. ities were infrequent, because as Sizes While They Last
ment does not ftirplv to women. The qualifications are best explained -
would be sure to bring results if Mr. Vanderbilt said he had "nothing
i carried out. ie 1_te'- Secretary. of State Crawford will by the laws of Florida, Sec definite to strive for."
I issue a lettecof: instruction to supervisors tion 170-as follows: To be happy, a man must have a *

"$ Nearly 1,000,000 school children in of registration advising Qualified Electors. clearlv defined goal and a persistent! .
+ Ii' l.t this country are today without teach them that women are now permittedto "Who are Qualified Electors ambition to achieve it. Without effort -
register and participate in the Every male (the word male to be
Teachers who worked finest
the qualities
; formerly
.' for era mere pittance are now digging I Doming election. stricken from the statute in view wither Values $3.50 to $12.00. This Sale
Mr. Crawford'" immediate authority of the ratification of the nineteenth
'coal and earning more in a week Happiness does not necessarily require -
for that action is the foll 'win'{ amendment granting suffrage to 1-3 Off
than they used to earn in a month. I that the goal be reached. RelAtive -
tetter from the Attorney (General: women)f person of the age of twentyone -
Some are teamsters, earning a dollar happiness is possible in companionship i
t t 'an hour. Others mn elevators at I "Tallahassee Fla., Sept. 4, 1920 years and upwards that shall at with relative failure. Bu*
t twice, their former pay. One college "To linn H. Clay Crawford secretary the time of ''registration a citizen it Is' not possible without putting Fred S. Gilbert
of Fla. of the United States, and shall have
state, Tallahassee t
professor quit to become a janitor at : forth maximum endeavor, grapplin _
his college, and is earning more Dear, Sir-You are advised that I resided and had his habitation domicile manfully wth: difficulties feelingthe I

t: money. There 'is just one remedy.We < am In receipt of a communicationfrom home and 'place of permanent stimulus of continuous struggleand IC"OCOO 'ooo"ooooooo"'cooo'ooooo'o"'o'o'o ,
{ must teachers inr' Hon Bainbridge Colby, secre- pbode in Florida for' one year and in the of
; pay our more winning respect comrades .
t +arv, of state ,of the United States the'county: for six ,months, shall if .
": V order to. save the magnificent school informing me that announcement of otherwise qualified according to' lawn in the strife. f' .. "A".AAAAA AA. . . _ . .. . . ,. .. i
, r, p". ' system, without, 'which government ,' The best happiness also 'J'etulresa} y y- y y - y - -y y - - .. Y. y. '1111I11I11I II V V V 11I1111I11I.9 .if
1 by the people! tia'' an Impossibility.St. .- the ratification of the nineteenth .such ,county,._be deemed a qaa l- consciousness that what one 'does is "
amendment! to.tbe constitution of the fled elector' at all electiona'under the I I I counting
I If The miser
It .Augustine Record. of v.lue'to others.
i?I United States was issued bv the Constitution. Naturalized citizens t of! hoarded think he' is ."
,:, Announcement W.SC ;made ,a. few' ipcretary'of' state on Aug. 26. There- the> United States at the time of and I happy, but his, feeling is: a, form; of ANNOUNCEMENT! \
', % days ago in the "Sanford Herald' of fore it is my opinion that women before registration shall produce +o 'dementia compared with that ''which

a change in the management of that may register and you would be aufhorized the registration officer their certificates comes- gratefully to the doer of useful -
t to so inform the registration of naturalization or duly certified -
the who wins
; newspaper) and reorganization of service some measure
4, 1 Herald Printing; Company. The new officer of the several countiesof copies thereof and shall make of sincere appreciation.How j"

'. officers of the comnanv are R. J. the state. Yours very truly oath that they are identical persona to attain happiness is, indeed. ,
rWJy,. president and 'editorT.; E. "VAN C. SWEARINGEN named in sujh' certificates before worthy of profound study But we
d, t '. Wilson, vice nresident; N.' JT. Llllard.f "Attorney General. they shall be- allowed to register; are less certain that Mir.' Galsworthy BEGINNING TODAYwe ,3

s .1' b 'secretary and treaaarert and H. .-A. THIN GRAY LINE GROWS Provided that the following classes that it can be guided by advice. Its
''s I q' NeeL! general manager. Walter 'M.: of persons shall not be entitled .to ( another:, of those lessons 'which have discontinued the expen'sive delivery l

,- /' Haynes?; who has"been the'business THINNER.In vote: apparently have been learned, often ,
t, .mansgercf ,the .Hrald for a number Forst-Persons not duly registersed painfully, in the school of expedience habit and will stick to a
x5 of years has sold his stock in the a brief Tallahassee dispatch we accordlng'tolaw.SecondPersons K- i

etmJlanv'and"reUre.,, The new management read there are only 1,672 veternns of under guardianship At least, though The Georgian CASH : 'A D : CARRY : SYSTEMand
announces that' the Com- the war between the states left in including those keot In or con' firmly believes this much of.4 the conventional -
the Florida. Their comrades have "pass fined in any public orison. : is '
t fan v wil begin publication of a advice true: make prices
4u/ daily on'''October'' 1.' The Herald has ed over the river to rest under the Third-Persons who are' insane' or Unearned wealth and power gained accordingly.TAYLOR'S.
lone" been i recognized as one of the hade of the trees" and each year' idiotic. through gift rather than': achievement \

... ; ..; leading'weeklies of Florida, and the the thin pray line is becoming thin Fourth-Persons wild1 flay)' have are not the aids to happiness
r, : business interests 'of Sanford have ,ner and thinner.Occasionally been convicted of felony by any which so manyjimagine./ ,
?l ,, shown1'' their appreciation! by the it is well ,for us to court of'record. ,, c'For .

J a 'large riven i patronageWhich It., 'Here's 'successfito. they ?have The j +nause hee 'valiant and remember sons 'of the the old deeds South.of been Fifth convicted-Persons of' 'who bribery'iAay\ perjuryOr have "Harris'- ,'Bent Kissimraee-Furnished Valley Flat,Gazette!w. B. y..O.O.. . ....... .. .-.'. .., .. . .. ... . . .. ... ... ..,." .. .... e'i

'fi't' f .,Herald! 'and its' new. management. I Their, names have been written on larceny, or of any tnfamoNiscrimes offlce- 854! ".. -
the dearer of and in any court of this state; or ,
i$ 1 Long'mayJt'live. i pages our country) i ffo"
: .
: n OTIC .
.r t > f . | the ,glory ,of ,their spirits is woven any other state or interested in any 4'S oJ,
: .1 ,PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT : Into the' finer fabrics of Southern romane. bet br wager' the result of which' '''The 'City Council' 'will meet. on the I ,
.. end with the passing of years shall depend upon an election or'that third Tuesday In September UM Slit) .
AGRICULTURE: 14TH'.cENr : an added glory is accumulated. shall hereafter fight a duel or send, at''TM; l'h.l"'mCOb'I ' any, complaint .:
+ '. ,1tZ There have been their knowingly or accept a I challenge *.> presented by I'
i' SUSii;, wars ,sine carry property otrner.. #s-ardlna. their tax ,
I war; struggles ,launched on a more to l fight," or that shall be< a ..._n.nt. for. 120. .1' f .... .
' Ifs> dht"" of $he' Census: "an-r! tremendous.'scale have been stagedwith second' to either, j party, or that'' shall .: 3. R. ILB..R'I'. I .

'" nfrwnces.7" subset to co'r*etlon, the' participants of many nations be the bearer such a challenge or 1-It. City ''Clerk.Aubieilbf .
,fallowing' preliminary figures from : and the toll of death has ascended acceptance; but the legal disability ' -t q l.i Central Drug Stored
ii ) te ,Census of Agriculture for into .the millions while their losses shall not occur! until after trial andeonvlctloD , ; >;for u*.., Valley ,', . }! ,
'j to, ,4 '.J J. county Florida v,' were 'ifigured in hundreds of thousands . by'due form of)law. 'V. ...' ,

tr \. .'. '''PA'qM"ANO' ., .. but,in,\the South there' will always $ixth.=: No person shall be permitted .... "jfI',;j,(,
','. 'YARHACREAQE 1020 be .." sense ,of heritage .a gla to vote at an election who / r ... .',A,,, ' "
1 11,I Op 804 I I mor to,, the man In the, gray that shall have failed to pay, at least onor The ', J 'f' '
nted'bv.wJte-flraeri i ; 293 I will 'never'be felt'towards otter1 Vet ''before the second Saturday In ithe. ; f j , ,,r" F1t: } ,,
f Colored farmers' ...,_.. . 12 month e
; , erans. It isnt dl.erlmln.UoJ:1 but an preceding the day of such .j. . , 4'
f '}. ,.Onersted by,'own.nq;Band everlasting appreciation of the odds election,.;his poll tAxes ..twoyears .: t '. , t't, iWI i
.f '' a 'v''nd. managers _.i'_--,-.._-_ 29' which they faced and the Ideals next .preceding, the'year. In : .- .. rdf 1J.., , '
". ?Tenanta f _.....___....__ 9 which inspired them for four long which such election shall be held: I q'
rt'p? ,T and-in-farms, total acres..W. "e.n. and ''a pride of their ardent Provided that''110 person ah all t be J OsceolaHotel 1 itmaln 's'land l Nam Caiidi

J"-t'lr9Yf'd- .. .eeTe) ,.....*. .*_......-- R. O labors' intie reconstruction of the prevented from' voting on want of A i4.,; lJ

et4 1, -L'Value,of. land dl'buildingi_, ,>$<2,61o.00.. land they' loved.-Miami Metropolis: not having so paid a poll tax far any : M ,
r' v- \? ', year'which shall-not have been Law- .... r
{w TX MERTTCANIMAW ,JAN, t, PUBLIC NOTICE fully Assessedagainst him by reason L AJCDruc Stores Like to Handle These Can d !;.'i' : .,

'ti ''f : J 20. -- of his not been ; .
et$ '! Farme'reporting domestic %an- Having sold my restaurant: business etc., etc., etc."- ,having age, ; They Are One Hundred Per Cent American V ," .

1 1. ., . }....I.I.i r';; :! _____.... ,276 on Broadway to Mr Ernest Srh! Disqualification. .1 li

.( ;'Aalraals. Reporef! Oliver I wish to thank my friends In connection with this law itwls'nterestlng .
,Hordes. .... 6AA and the public for the, .. "
----- generous to note that lawyers have 0 - .r
.4 + \k1'te0Mi') ,J.' -_"..._-__-____.__ R7I patronage they have given me while pointed out that as the poll tax was -,.' it .

.' + I f"ttlei__.______:___.:24.184 engaged 'In that business. not lawfully assessable* previously, OPENS TUESDAY SEPT 7Deleh" '", .4
+ 5h# ; "_ 1.'RQI My has been in '
7 \or : o'h, --- ------ --- successor engaged against the that .
women women "
k > 'I, \ iSWIlM'l :.." :_-_-=--__.___-_-__ 6,811 I the restaurant business ,in Orlando register and vote In the November can Ti. >, y' ..
,t .. ew "&JUHIII. .
f 'nl-the and' ,
itf thisrime I .
''' ', past year during election without paying poll taxes. .. l'
vs ,
: Mnrtp J 'Acres Quantity ,
has ..equfred'' experience .cUj reaevated, with cos fertaIble rr'
'I'r: : + U8 '1Jp'1.9., H.M""lIIt4 N-vested. which willenable him"to serve NOTICE TO HUNTERS Day 4i 1W JNE Night 21 : '" ' /.:

,.; Com _,_:_1.29217.616. be.i you as well. if, not better'than I ..airy re.......eI kesM c* ldq. . .., ., ', '

''ii'f- '. nave been able to/ do: '> ,, ,Notice II hereby. given that ,'the A firs -claM>,fas ily kottL . / Y, ", < .
i A 'Oy'anrei" '''',. ...?51. 12K.059' lx.i'f. In hibehalf .respectfully solici: pastures of the .S uthem ,> Cattle ., ", , .
1 4
} : lr.peffult r.11 &90 20.019 bxs your continued .'patronage and good! "anch, Inc., in "Ofceechobee:\ Countv.flofrida 'MODERATE RATES: /

,f... f 's; j ; k I'' ".-.'"' figures fnf.' 1910, for this county ".1L JACK: BASS. hunting or trespassing will; MRS. J. M. SMITH .' "- I : i I ./.<.;

,tt'$ r, I 'bj'> '''ason, of '.changes" ,in! cdnntyoondarlex lowed and: offenders 'will be prose-i I "' ." ,
i u '._IaN that ',date. I If your business. Is net worth "advertlstiwr Muted to ,the foil-extent of the law. I : '38-4t >1' tt .;1.\\: \

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s ' I Pelerst' Way f,y'a" ,38-8t ,IN LAW FIRM AT ORLANDOAnnouncement URDAY., : :
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Wa 'J; Attorney Milton, 'Pled' returned, "........... .... I, ; i 4ONE'. :
I' The .. .
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Wednesday;from a two< weeks' bus wa* made this : '

,I.. ... nes. to Ok1ab m.. ,1" 1bit < i morning that Alexander''Akerman; and the 1 t
Official f'Bufettn-; daf1Y' > for 'some time associated ,with, the next () : 9 +i
and M .iDavid left 'thi A when. the
law firm at Kxibbs. Akerman
temperature* and precipitations week''for 'Arcadia 'where i
tbeyi expectto had 1 romotion.. I
Steed 'of Rise become associated -
furnished by the 'Kissimmee',' ,
.k.\.their .residence, -: It has :
Co-operative u.. S. Weather with?Judge Cheney of this ''
Bureau Station, for the week Graham Young, one' of, Kissim- City: under*the, firm''' title of Cheney years to call '
ending ,Sept.. 9,_ 1920: mee's well knowri young men, spent 4 Akerman,' secure: the i '
t, several day at home this week." Judge Cheney need no introduction ment before of the ; :' : ; / ;
Observation taken to'' the public of Orlando he has .
-by Secretary Dr. V; L. Winn' office are. now dispensed
Chamber of Commerce. been t one of. the,, leading attorneys oT
located of-
upstairover ;
post, Central ''Florida.almost since "Orlando trance :Crisco .
Mi"M, $"""-*. f fice.':' 3ff-tf; was" His ability as an attorney that day.,. ; .
Friday+ ___.... 68.72' ..24Saturday Frank''', Bryan'' I la spending 'several has more than' once been demonstrated All pupils !
___..,,90 ,71 'we- day in -Tampa where he'we for in some of the largestcase* tioned in,- :
,Sunday _a-rr:+.,.. 89 .70 an operation on .his. nose.'' lie expects' : of this section. may take
..:J Monday ,?...__. 96 to .return tomorrow., 1 Mr. Akerman some years.ago, who desire i" ;
TuesdayWednesday" ._._j. 87, ,73p.15 I finding hid health failing ,from /his this r a ; ,:Only:. :
Mr. and Mr M; H.: Porter, Mr : Sato
_a.. 92 72 g duties rday, ,
large .law practice and heavy '
Thursday ...... 93'' .74 and Derbyshire Mrs.: Elswick,, Messrs.Pinney
O."" 0 OOO'I'4 O .OO' Bell -Modi ;expect to leave next, Friday .: District, or Georgia, came-the to',law Florida"to firm > ; : ': *4--**..__...*.+_z'__. 1.*"? i \'
for die national encampment of recouperate joining Mis Ada i- ,
the G. A., R., at Indianapol1.t1nci.., : until) his ', recent withdrawal,\ all six o'clock- \ : ; :..._.".''.''.!...-_.---- 1.6S," '
Kribbs. Akerman & Steed. During :

(ITEMS OF A'WEElDeWilton The body of Willie Powell '(colored i his stay in Kissimmee Mr. Akerman tary pleasant to a ; ".__,-_._......'.-;.-'__.._..... IKS,, {
) who died two year ago of pneumonia has spent a large pdrtion of his timeon 1 :

a J t I .while serving with the A. E. his farm the life, 'on which he who An are goih ; ; : .,_...,......._, ._::...__.___-, :..*,'. .45.. 1
Alderman motored to' F., Was brought bome'from Llvernnol attributes. his present excellent ii...H In ' '
: .,_.._..___ 2.ZO' ,
here Sunday. j. r.u-- .
England arriving health.
Partow Tuesday on a, business mis-, ; yellow for .
The remain were burled- in Rose Mr. Akerman was born' in Elber- out in the : ._:..4jLil: !: .:-..,--.-_ .SS. .
sion.Mrs. Hill cemetery.r'The ton, Ga., in 1869 he studied law in decorated .
M. E. West Jail apent several National Bank at,. .Sanford the office of Judge J. M. Neel of, ly Plates ; ._..;_:Sll4i: : :.._i...._ X6$' ;
day visiting in Sanford .last week,' Cartersville, Gas, and wa admittedto C. I "M,
returning home Sunday. purchased the Lesley-Beacham cattle Wagner .. "*
in Cartersville
practice May 19th .r
cold Monday at. Master 'sale.; Stanford, '
Frank Bass arrived Saturday, fr..m ,These were pastured en Lake MarI 1892. He; wa admitted to the supreme )ler./-Grace i ,
the vicinity of ,the Tampa !:!.tr.-rn ion, in Osceoll county. court of the United State son,. Norms SUGARif
October 10th 1904., In 1889-99 was ; ;: ;
Railroad. nero
I Prof. A. II. Filler arrived Monday
referee -bankruptcy Southern District
: 6 Dr. Buckmaster' has. returned-froma from Greenville.\ ; Tenn. when they of Georgia. .HIheld the,office slmmee In the lb : f8'f-2c.<.

pleasant' outing,' greatly .recoup-' have been apeniilnK the rammer with of IL S.. Attorney for. the
health. | relative.. They will be domiciled at I U
erated in. .. District of Georgia from March, mally with '
Mrs. D. Francis' home on Emmett 1912. to September-1st. 1913. In : f
Mr.: and Mrs. Roy StarbIrd and street this season. versati9n.- .,
he tbil'office
Aprill 1913 resigned
have returned from twomonths' were served
weeson a I -J. E. Mat 8, r.f Tamponrr..i: because of the change hp the administration Those '
stay at Paytona Beach. Monday, aivi. U 'visiting Jack Bass but the resignation was I Roberson AND. VEGETABLES 1,
1. p., Timbns- the Ford dealer:, received I
and faAilvi Mr. Math has I ecn not accepted until 1914. Leo'
a car of trucks six in number, with thV BBS Co.'tracthuzonip; nv He is the son of Amos T. ..Aker Awes Bert i -
thin week/ which have. all been sold for three years a* forem "l. tit ..*ft man,' 'Attorney General 'in'President tary.Edgar Bryan BY TRADING WITHV :

and delivered for his nome "\.Te<'ne day. Grant's cabinet:the first Confederate{ and Mrs'. C. .. '""
Mrs. J. R. W'atera of Paytona is I have buyers for email gr oven soldier to receive a cabinet, appoint do, were
the guest this week of her brother and homes 2 to 10 acres. Call at ment. He assisted in the). prosecution I I Co.
D. W. Alderman, and family at his office up-etairs, over P. O.-E. A. of the famous Greene and Gay $23.75 ( Grocery 4ii
home on Clyde avenue.. Strout Farm Agency, Allen Fosdick nor Case for river and harbbr frauds ,
Sam Story came down from Jacksonville Representative. at Savannah Brunswlek'"ad Fcr '

to spend Labor day at home Dr,,.12. .: : I
'and particlpitate jn the snappiestball missionary for the Florida M. E. in the prosecution of the naval A1.: R. \ ',11.},'" ...

game of the season. Church South, was home for -few -stores el he trust argued' the As lower private court eoun the this year, ..-. 'e. . .. .. ..... . .
It I have buyers for small troves days this week,, .leaving yesterday' of the Riverside Mills Atlantic ing,special i', i
case VI -
and homes, 2 to 10 Call at for Apopka where he will hold a fect .. -
Coast Line railroad and sus- -- --- - -
office upstairs acrel'd: <-...E. A. series of evangelistic meeting ained the constitutionally! of the Friday and I .,w: .:.
Strout Farm Agency, Allen Fosdick, A. C. Knight returned to Orlando Carmack amendment of Section 20 The rate ,
Representative Tuesday after spending several daysat of tile Hepburn: bill against JusticeJ. round trip
Educational Day will be observed the home 'of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. R. Lamar which decision was af- will be $ i : : (
at- the Christian church next Sundayat Hilliard, at Milliard's Island. Mr firmed by the suoreme cnnrt of the good for
.-. 11:00. At 8:00 there will be an Knight is a well known musicianand United States.-Reporter-Star. who is
of high class music or 'its auxil : t
evangelistic cermon. Everybody composer AlN
welcome.! from Boston. FISHING AT .CORONADO family vantage of"of a i
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Funk and 1
Mr. and Mrs J. Richarda will son There will ,
leave Saturday for an extended trip Dwight, of Kisaimmee were visitor Capt. Frank Vans Agnew, 'who those 1;
to Arkansas and Missouri to visit to Lakeland yesterday, the guests of has been the guest of Mr. W. J. S. i 2
their children to be gone t wo Mr. apd Mrs. Benton Swindell In the Carr for .two weeks returned to Kls Paint Read the' foDew- w
month. i Lakeland, Highlands. Thev were delighted oirnmeq! Monday accompanied by ,
with that Ration Lawrence Carr. He will return in .
lovely : i" Mrs. yjv
I have for small
buyer groves which attractlve.I few days with "real fishing .
daily some
grows more r
and homes, 2 to 10 acres. Can at p-art.en at .
lakeland tackle. Something with which he
office upstairs, over P. O.-E. A. TelegTam.G. Monday,
Strout Farm Agency Allen Fosdick. M. ,hearouse! and wife arrived can land big fish. Terms: $ <' .. "'tt.
Lawrence and Fran"Vans \ ..
Carr '
Representative. :Monday afternoon for a few dayi the first of : : :' I r
,, visit with Mrs. Shearouse's mother Agnew wet fishing in the ocean "
Miss Katherine Bearden I I. againat Mrs. Sarah Prevatt. at her home on Friday from a skiff and Lawrence measure and,,. .,' < '
her desk in the counafterclerk's of- Mabbette street. Mr. Shearoune iw hooked a tarpon. They weir. i "'<, '

fice at vacation the .court spent with Mrs. Scott- director of the BaInbridge municipa opposite the Abercrombie cottage .The knocking"v, Lead. ..;,;1 $:.,' y r
ant when the fish were boqkednd were .'
hand and wa obliged to return to church had /
,' ,
Souders at Tampa. I Georgia Thursday to resume his du it th" met' when they succeeded ir ing of the ( Lead)., + ,

Mrs. A. W. Winn and. daughters tie*. 'sndinc it. The fish put "p a good; noon. Zinc . ,
Mrs. Harry Dale and Miss Grace fight fo- three quarters of an hour. "
Their '
Mr. and Mrs. :Marvin DuPont and ,( ) j' .
Winn motored to the Winn grove I Misses Helen Sawyer and Lavinia before it !gave up. It was five feet accompanied .. i u

near Bartew in their new "Nash" I I Wenner returned Saturday from aweek's and one inch 'long and weighed sev where they I oft .; I
returning home in the evening. ritv-two nounds.
to Miami and other .
trip < 'li),
i> has returned Capt: Frank Vans Agnew and .", v
Mrs. Harry eyoreo east coast point of interest. Miss by a'' '
: t. i
after atwo months vacation from Alberta, Hopson formerly of Kis- Lawrence Carr had rather-- q1exoerien"e Those In' /., .... ....
the M. Katz Son Thursday: afternoon, ; c.- \ .. ' + '
her duties at- store timmee, who 1 la now located at Palm Winn, D ryer'< :' \
j ; ,
, I which, she spent in visiting relatives Beach returned with them to epenc 'aat, week While fishing 'en the nice'' Rivers ) ,.. ,>'f fc V14 .
, It and friends in Ohio. I the' week-end here. '< hi-jdg: JTjtwrence hooked ,a' monster'tab' Floyd, Eva ;' : IJ el"i , "";,,,ifi", (I I"i ,.'",.tl'1.'" .'f.
\ '
:, "J r, 1 .' I" ha vt buyers for'' small groves .. C: Ef\ Downing,* who b.-.eprellent- *'oldir! Vf,a /--me'''"' until)Vjnd! some and< b succeeded"vs brought in Elen6r na Yates > , \,; :\ ;I ;, n ,( trt.,1" ,;,."Vi 1
and homes 2'toJO acres.Call at ) 1'"I ," ,
ed the Kissimmee'; Chamber of Com- , "
\ boHe 'and Vans Agnew 1 ei
office, up-stairs over P. .O,.-E. A.'jinerce as commercial secretary; "ot i- the boat and Capt ntayed with the Mr. and :: .|. Reynolds ,Co. _' ; ; .
Jr. .'
Allen Fosdick, Cooper,
Strout Farm Agency
left this 'week for Leesburg to accept < ash f"r two hours before it gotawiy. i"
Representative a similar position with the I
The *ace covered was from the WRITE
Mr. and hire J. C. Bloodgood: and Leesburg Chamber of Commerce.Mr. bridr tot oopoaite Shrvock's dock. ; n longer, awes 'lab.r'aad ;'
:Mrs. 'J.o'. VanDuaer, left this weekin Downing had 'been here only a -nd tv-v might have landed it If they .. )I.: "
their car for Asheville! N. C., 1 short time but the State .Bank fai!. -ad >-<.td a little more daylight bu The I I ,by at,4 '
where they will' entry an outing for | ore which tied up the funds of many they >>.cnme tired and tried to, force bas :
Several weeks. ( of the members of the orean'zntion i lar"iDof the monster when it observed as :

Edgar Bryan who i's. home on a and brought on business depression, v,rlr.> loose. They did not ret even b'ation of Go. \
"a to return to Clncln- -made it necessary\ to dispense with V gU.olf") ,i of the fish! and have no Florida : : --'i
natti tonight to resume hi* studies,ja; paid,secretary. Mr. Downing take idea wh* It'' 'was; but; they are sure nil loyal ''
in the electrical engineering! depart.'i{ to his new location the best wishes' .,f one thing:; It was a big one.Coronido !!.- tive post AMMUNITION"x;' .

ment of the University of Cincinnati.J. I 10- many .Kissimmee friends. Items In. New Smyrna quaintances' .. '', IIII.-IP..') ,: "
R. Livingston made "a" business KISSIMMEE WINS FROM WINTER Breeze.. ing them
'visit here Wednesday Mr. Livingston PARK- -UNION SERVICES tinues with from ...., .- *,'::,}u"> -* ''-./>.;T;, .
represent the Goodyeai4 Tire &.I 30 -,
Rubber Company,' and has ,his head.. The double! head*1 seven inning The union Sunday; evening meet This readef is' a : .. .. ."." ., . '_ . .. .,' '

quarters, at Jacksonville' ;, I WmterTPark( ',KI'ilmmef gal] ram" 'tigs :''on'd last Sunday fven'1' .' for Ktasimmee", ....,. .... .. .".....'- ',-' " ,... "1
I have buyer ,for small groves wlsich was scheduled to be played 'he Christian church.: 'Two. services out *# 1'1. I/'
and home. 2 to 10 ,acre Call at hereon. Monday was rendered .imP04ilblrby .- were '>eld ,Jn each of the co"operatinhurches. '
'office,! np-stairs over P., O..-E. A.I th. ';wathe' m.n. ''f". ,- .> The,attendance was good urging then) s nta r.iqf. ;
Strout Farm Agency, AUen.Jfo8diek. corns! ,time,11.?waa.,though.110 game *rom the :'start and constantly in. III soon as > )
, \ .. Representative. could be played on'.the' water covered f.ased. until .the very last servicevhich fine autumn t j., : ,
J..Erlckson and wife who have park but as., nnmber'of:: people' came had the largest audience. the O LET' ME / i ii S osr;: >

been spending the summer in II '.ml.,I out. in spite 'Of the.,fain the boy :hurc .beinjr well filled. RIGHT 1 . i1 I
returned this week. MT. ErickaSn ,.w.' rn""l1Inp',f iL"have: : t"1'l "iIo'l'O- WhifF each'minister was'-left en- >/ .t': .. ,.J." ""JI !:. ..u" .
will again .teach "in th.'Kisslmmeeschools. pointed 1 and played'one I nine .ipninggame 'irely free to, those O let m I- : 't.,11., ,".> (h ,, "'4'. ". ". s
i which resulted in a victory fo- 'here was a p For SalePonies i Saddle Houses th. lOCAls with a score of I' to 0. in tltat they were all pree- Where last l S".Itl "f" ? 'f
.. and> main, $tiO up.."See' W. E.- Par+ The spectator pronounced ; of the snappiest\ of the season; -as it the same purpose in view, and yet "'
New EdenPJ.ntation.Deal' And softly, '.. ", j.t: ) .
foremen : I .
mer .. . 't
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Narcoossee, Fla or 'A.E.. f..1' J there was presented a fine variety, ol : store's-;,, .,*. .r', ; '
\. .
.,Tho a..Ktsefmmee ., . !!!. 'P'rom .the aNt it became a. thought The! general! !' A peace, : .f" '" ,,"f ;- .1. "
.? _. duel between" Adair. for Kms'man f.heme berg, ConscientiousChristian Oer Death ; ,,
-'e. <1 the "Pf-hlnl; FW" fo" Living,' loyalty to Christ with a well, ., j '$ .pP15 aod 6:

DIAMONDAND far Winter between.Park and hits 'were. fevr.nd worthy community.example'' and' ,service. to. the Now tclod,. binds, ; 1' ) ; : tt ;1

L In the fifth Kissirnmee [threatened The spiritual.atmosphere 1)t the* IWbRS1FA
i ... : ( 'and: ;
having two m. n on bll,0 with only meetings' were splendid. The> ApliftWM :\ t
i "ne 'out. but the fine head work of fine and the' influence' 'rot tha'.aatinv Until't',hear I I ::,71ROilSERINt 1il': ...\; ,jl'. y
'Villt01saent them to I for .""- :. '<"\. '
Bart for the ; ti better Christian life And feel the .. '
LEfflGH TIRES the field scor! .1ein.In will be felt in our community.: ; swell : fob 1.y' l'
,the eighth the.. "me was won. At.the closet of the servic,'a' mo- Let be my "I .. r .. (:J.,'I ,,' 4
u.GifARANTEED'S000 ' ; ..
4-- .. Adair was walked to first and would don was made end,heartily seconded Let'be my f : 'P. ,i\, ,
.' MILES have been replaced by a runner but that we look forward to 'the plan With"'whom : -- t, ;
.... th. ''''''''to,. ob+arted. He stole sec- for'the'same kind ,of .enlee'next dwell | j ,,1"1'1-. If
303,E' ? PRICE "rd.'tken, A wild ball to second gave Year. This motion was put. without : t : "" '" : ....
.&V VV ..._ Ribbed t LehighRibbed ,._.,10050 btm third. Prentis singled, bring- tad remarks'and ,cajried> 'unanimous .- ;: 'f ; ( >"*, "tti; ",r" '\ '
mestti from large size I' J
> .3Ohi3!IS: Lehigh ...._, IOO nul' him home. Iy and heart jly- : gar '
Diamond11.90 The KIsMmniee Ime-uo follows; S. The audience joined in, sing n .
3Qa3 _____ a., Buttorff; 2B. Bullock; C, Story; God Be With Yon." Then came the mad-in one
30x3( %! ---_s Non-Skid ,.:___ 17.80 P_ Adair; L. F., PrenW; Tent- benediction 'and '' the big audience of the the latest, fashions. for mea', t tl'

32x3i.-! -_ Nonskid! _.,:_?-':li.'0 Johnson; .H. F.. Lesley; IB, S.. went borne rejoicing in better fellowship Co.. Akron,- man. ',,: '

31x432x4: __-1 Non-Skid ____ '23.99 Prather; SB, Graham.- and a sweeter Christian-spirit; this 156.000 day's- 9 i

_,__., Non-Skid ,;l ...s 200 NOTICE TO WO EN. c.., W. B. M. MEETS WITH MRS: bsorbers"- t f I : size waoiens-so you can ,'

: Non-Skid '26*.0 FRANCIS. three fourths I ; r they will .be completed! *
: 33x4 1 ;::.__... __,: 'The ,women 'of' Osceola county an t i *.

... 34x4 r,;_., Non-Skid 'T'; "' '' S1JIO 'entit'wlvvoV Jn the) svner1!" > election'.tofNovembejr The"'.&,W' ] jS..Mr. <>f< -the'Christian'hnrch :: of Akron.heels The was I ; I to suit. *'* ,convenience..r v ,
"" Non'skid'; :-3410, tend should now / h*ld' the 'regnishterarw ers--each,- i 1-iA.fc __ -j (

-. 34x4V2NonSlud! ..._.:. 35. 0 re."ter. !qnetlng at the' home of Mrs D. G. 624
-_The resrlotraHon; hooVn will h- Panels on ,_)lCmmett''',atreet,r when and reasonably priced ;
:" 36x4V., ; ---- -Non-Skid. L "v: "t .58.90. '/>wn! .at,/MvKat :Sons'istore' ,ahd the.time w" B.-.deynted' ,to"Vin'ssio'nidy. : Jokum''' /: ,. .' ; '
' ln,:'nral preeiact.'," theleader) being Mrs.. W; H: guard la I all !
y ; Women who canvote >re those ." '
\ CoJemaD.'t- ; Into ,
/'LtSTER E. ALRORD"j. who are twenty-one years of a"*!. A social hone;; followed when\; Mrs. BunVum- : lbert .

who' have: resided< in the, state for ';Francis1! served pink;;_and\4 white-., .. IcecreamVl .perfectly: r:
on.}War''this': ''eountv'fnv' sir: and assorted cale../ "* kidded .Into'
.. '; WMb ,, ,
,a-'IW' months. ;E.: D. KATZ'' I ,.. .
, 1":10r,: ijY 1DP t .:;., '&. Supervisor' Registration Watch Kissimmee Grow. Quit, your, 1 .
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y e not lfe ,
Figures ,may 'as :'the proVerb find :1t
hath. ,H, but they are .of ten..con l 'Smokele
'using/ .to the ordinary reader. : liH II Black Powder '
l JheIncte s Thus when the Jacksonville, Metropolis -, ,;
an ardent supporter of the '
t bonding/ amendment!: , states that Waterproof ;
Dennarid- "permanent highways, built ;Accord .. .
E ing to standard specifications, cost .'I'
r approximately 140,000 per mile." It 4tNt, '. .
then speaks of three thousand milesof \ ; I' ., ;
POSTUM highways for Florida "which the
z !advocate of the bond measure estimate r
a will be completed within six n ". "' ''
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J .'
years after actual labor is started." 'J
The. confusing part of it all is that ;! :I CLIMAX. '. . :
;' -CER. AL'f the advocates. of the amendment "'., fr'r"
have been assuring the public that j.N' j.;:J
JIa$1$ lk:11
the twenty million-dollar! ! bond' issue: jttli! t4 1 : '",' t '.,
which the amendment would permit ., :t"o. :.1
;: ;' shows the favor this table federal to \use together with .. ... I
aid. .would be all that, would ;, ,1
: be necessary in order to create the 4 oaa
i.. drink is constantly gaining state road desired/. > ,

r because of ,its rich taste working If our order slate and three pencil thousand are in milesof good ; t ulI( hn, BLACK M ELLS' lb '.,.

and road at forty. thousand dollars a .
i. i. economy. mile would cost the state, not twenty '\
f million, but one hundred and ..
Boil Postum Cereal fully twenty million dollars. Assuming I
(tf; +rh thpt the United States government .
;. twenty minutes and you will meet the state appropriation '.
dollar for dollar, of which there if
" ', have a flavor similar to the not the slightest| assurance, the ,
state would still be required-to furnish -
: highest grade coffee, butthere's sixty million dollars for the
roads, if the Jacksonville! Metropolis' ..
" : no coffee claims have any basis in fact '

;: Hurt in Postern.t "-Ill! get And.that where huge l is sum the within state going the nett to i, .

i six, or any other number of Yf'artl' ..
The twenty million! 'bonds will' be ..

:;i It is pure 'anwholesome $cv the the limit legislature permitted raises by the the'law' assess-, linens MoneyBack5hotShells

j !" --=- ': ed valuation of the state or causes
.i; -.. "waa---4" ...... It to be done. The valuation would Get back if are not satisfied.:
money you
1 have to be doubled in order to raise We guarantee the
Made by Postum Cereal CoInc. the bond limit to forty millions of That's the basis'on which we are offering to sell The

;' Battle CreekMich. ":::-F; : dollars.demanded If in another order to twenty complete millionis the Black Shells to*all sportsmen. \5iU CARTRIDGESShoot

P work in the estimated six years valuations a trial box of shells-in the field or at the just as we guarantee
0' would have to be three times,
... what they are now, or, on' a basis traps. If you don't like them, bring back. the unused Ti-e.Black( Shells.
" of the prevent valuation said to be We know these cartridges
of the box and we will refund to instantly, in
part you
\ .
fifty per cent of the rer.l value of I are right
., the real and personal property in I I cash,without any question, the price of th entire box. Tbeyhavewonmoreofficial
the !state! it would have to be raised tests than all
.,,\ one hundred and fifty per cent of
the valuation, as at present. ether macs com
..1h Looks very much to the Herald fBIACK SHELLSSsnokele'SMMl b ned. We particularly -
. that the advocates of the amendment @) recommend .
.' II ore giving us some very wild] figureR IS1eck Powder,' the U. S. 22 N R.A. AI
i and that if they are successful in Rifle Lesmakve
) their depifrns! unon the pocketbook fairer: offer, than Long
.' : you ever had or heard of a Cartridge It is un
of the people of the state, Florida"taxes
for the next good many years this money-back guarantee? Get a trial box of The equalled any distance -

i will keep investors 'and "home-build. Black Shells. You won't bring them back. from 50 to 250
erg from coming to the state at all yards, and costs no
more than others.
Just What She Needed."I Come in and t.t m copy 01 fh U. S. Game Law BoGIl-TRlUl. 1

-i. : Tablets used some a bottle time of ago Chamberlain'and they! W. B. MAKINSON CO., Kissimmee, Florida OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO., Kissimmee, florida

'. F proved to be lust what I needed. '
Fla. J. S. Store Melkeurae Fie.
Ce. Cocoa
( writes Mrs. Volta Bankson, Chilli-! S. F. Travis ,

"rl f cothe. Mo. "They not only relieved W. A. Brown Cocoa Fla. H. M. Sallie Sebastian, FUu
me of indigestion but toned up my
l liver and rid me of backache and A. E. Mather cV Ce. Eau Gallic, Fla. Gas Thomas Sharps, Fie.
Men Who Are Particular dizziness that I had been subject to
for some time. They did me a worldof Cha.. E. Sane* Fort Pierce, Fla. J. E. W. McCnllers Vero, Fla.

Should See These Toqls good good word and'for I them.will always_ speak a Gifford"- Trading "C. Gifford, Fla. L. D. Cox: Vere, Fie.

.. t, SAVING THE SWEET POTATO Indian River Naval. Stores Malabar, Fla. W. M. Stewart Ver., Fla. t

i f YOU will have the same satisfaction in CROP. Terry's Cask. & Carry Store Melbourne, Fla. A. J. 1ftI' Vero, Fie."

a well-balanced, last-cutting and -- \ .
It i is n well known fact that a verv" ---' -- - -- .
durable Saw,asyou have in using a good razor. large percentage of the sweet potato Pub-My-Tism Is a great pain killer. I The U. S. Shipping Board has authorized I A lazy no-account feeling/ with
Our Tools for carpenter and home work include --ep made in the state is allowed togo It relieves pain and soreness caused steamer lines operating on. yawning and sleepiness in the day
: to waste every year through improper oy Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Sprains, the Atlantic Coast, Great Lakes and tine is caused by a torpid liver and
the right Saws,Hammers,Axes,Hatchets, methods of storing the crop jtc.-adv. Gulf of Mexico to increase freight disordered bowels. Herbine is 'a
, . Braces and Bits, Chisels. Planes, Drawknives, after it is harvested.The rates from 20 per cent to 4% per cent splendid remedy for such ailments.
ft-- crop this year promises to be Dip the tick, certainly, but don't and passenger charges from 26 Percent It cleanse the system and restores
I, Screwdrivers. Squares, Rules etc.. larger than usual. State Agent C. K. forget to gas the corn weevil. to 33 1-3 per cent over existing visa sad. activity.' Price, 60c. Sold ,;,
; that McQuarrie 'suggests now is the time' levels on all-water traffic by: Ksherson's Pharmacy. '*. ,J f
", Come in today and see the Tools last a tl: make provisions for taking ''care Furnished Flat For Rent. W; B. .'
. >t <13-':;lifetime and always give satisfaction. of the crop after harvesting,. One or Harris, Gazette efflse._, 21-tf. Quit your knocking./ If ycu 1 cnn't boost, don't knock. / .. .. .
two points, he says, should be bornein -- -' ---r-.---T- ---- -- .- ." T :
9, *,'m'Jw"' I .. First should -" "
, 1{ ,TIE OSCEOLA HARBWARE COMPANY mind. the potatoes! -- ----r-------- 11111'[
a 1M sne-driad as much as possible in a
rder that outsde:: moisture ih storing ''.,
will!! Joe reduced to a minim 11m. .
Second, storage houses should have
7 1 THE 7Y'NCHSr STORE jrrod ventilation,and lIP "so' constructed *
that they can be closed up tight One sacriHce.
p r C] during; cold weather. .
Every farmer should secure a copy ,
cf Farmers' Bulletin! 970. It will not i .. .
-- be necessary for him to !go to the .

S' c expense holTse", as of elaborate constructing as this a bulletin"storage' one assist. zio 1'rors'! 1

indicates kut) he will!) get very valu-
J,. able suggestions from it as to the ,Ji.4:ti1l
type of sweet potato house he should .;N')
EVERY WILD-EYED tan. OP' MY otgarettes. .:
. e .:1
own.Trained WAS ON 1)U feeL AND HE aaw the packa wN. j
Nurse:Advises . . .
OR SOMEONE else's. THAT! I took it from. t
,: 4c . : -
People AND :THEIR soft remarks.' AND SMILED and '.at.. ."i:
fi 11 1 I REACHED tHE; next aunty. "THEY SATISrYl :
,, "I was a (Treat sufferer of stomach . ;
:The Ford Sedan u the! favorite Family caf, and liver trouble and cannot say AND WHILE I'm not. AND THAT smoke you emaaheJ.WA .
} f p goats' five orn/artably; While an enclosed car : enough In praise for Mayr's Won- &' ., /1.1\

5 with permanent top i it: has largd windows,'andre .derful me Remedy.and' I- am It has recommending done somuchfor it ''I I.XCI11o.. !: ONE my. wife. ;
4 e *
I' 'may m a minute be changed to a most delight- I to other sufferers. I was a trained I GUESS I war h.iping.THE'PITCHER BOUGHT AT a b.rcaIJI--
I't : ''ful open -car wjth always atop protecting nurse in Marine and other hospitalsyears e a. . ,
... ; e'sup. Jj'iQclcment'weatber: it is a ago. therefore many come to I tmaa. SO .THAT makes It. fl'!
t '+ toned tai, dust-proof, water-proof, cold-proof. me for advice.' I Wonderful I .

.1. / Finely upholstered.and Equipped and: with demountable electncstarting Rsmedy.great benefit" It from is a Mayr's simple, hartnless: a THAT' : C' .44IP; . A SATISFY.* ; ..:<;/f.

lighting system preparation that removes the ea\.ax- DOUBLE ." }.
y rims with 3;{arch tires front and rear.'A real! rhal tnncas from the intestinal tract AND .sooth pw. . > ,- : itr: j,
Won't in and look'at itt and allays the inflammation which ,
; fami1.14ar.: you Some fat fan. AND AFTER that. ,, "j?!'
t t f The delights of the electric causes Jjractictlly( ,all stomach,:' liver ... A I. .._. _...- '. ,. .. :,;"".,' d'''', .
?', '"' with the of the and intestinal ailments, including ap>. I EVEN aaw him. :
rt rear, economy pencHcitis. One dose will convince or RIGHT IN the TepUbule. '
i.. ;a Fold.i mo.eT.refunded. J. Z. ,Roberson.and . .. .(. : rOR the ubrph' . ..f"ROOTI..ct.
druggists everywhere. AND. HE saUh"Fhooo. : . I ;
\ .t.
'.. L P. TIMMONS I . ..",ill
4 ; f AUTHORIZED DEALER The history of the development o1 A FOUL Up. TWENTY h'ts-twenty ehanees? 1 ', }: ,
,1 +} Kisaimsnee, Fls.Ii transportation since 1620 is a-| scinatlng ... a Kooseeggthat'e ;;
story. In: that year the RIGHT ON my last nlltU. Chesterfield's average on''every' .. .
I Mayflower sailed across the Atlantic L. . package.'_. Trust tho fans to pick .. w
Ii I in 66 days; the pony express in 1861 AND I was sorry. them out. An unusual! blend of !a' ,;'
I carried Lincoln's inaugural address .. Turkish! and Domestic---it can't be ';:
r t 't11 from St. Joseph M"o.' to Sacramen- i AND GAVE him on*. copied. These cigarettes are there ,j'!
lti 1 l to, 1980 miles, in seven days and -- e S -they e4t IJ/1I1. ,;
seventeen hours. The: Pacific t,,;
joined the Central Pack at .Promontory r"
;: Point in May, 1869. Hawker
; crossed the Atlanticby aeroplane in
1919 in less than a day; and the big
7 ir raara I Idiripible I R-34 made the trip ,from .
', England to America in the same
I I year in approximately 76 our.. \.

._, __.,..-._. _u_-_- -.,_._.._,------- - (, Motor truck first engaged in ,over- ,
; ,. _. .; .._ . .. land hauling between Akron' and
-- -- -- -- - -- ---- -
Boston and between New York and
' ,, For skin enapt'Gns, rash. ebafed :The.'U. S. Department Agriculture Run;: Francisco in the year 1916 and g&iq # C I C AR E T T S .
f akin; ptJekJy,beat. chigger bites and ,has iesueda: statement under 1917 under, the auspices of the .Good
X ,athgs .fpo 1 onoua insects, Ballard', the title "CO II\ry\ ,to Suffer From year Tire and Rubber comp) Shy nt
44 f8now Liniment is an of eetive application. Depletion of Southern Forests." It a .
JIt beal .gnicldyRbree .lses, says that in ten years the South will Livestock men. should make special ,
n $Oc,16Oe aadI.EOCper, bottle. Sold have .only enough timber' left in itsforest's efforts now to provide winter pasturage -. .
'> i bT Koberso 'r' Pharaisey: ..1.1w to supply its home needs ' for their aaimals. .. I'k'

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'::1111 kissing VAUlT CAZ to i I'P' FRIDAY 1PTFMRR .I
1 .Ift Jta .rVIIIf""
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feeing pavedfa lbs of IN INN CIRCUIT '
S iQ00.o. '
'. ",: .? nKttCNTKKNTH. tbl'r.L e. *
2- _ .
-. -,--- -'T OF' TIlE ..

_'. Vote . Il| AND roll O.tCU>UA FU..
,for )
Moricinthereof ono : I ' ,
TW. -
Notice 'la t Fo..Plml..01T Not** to Retlr'. Tw Waters A ('._ -
) hereby given. thai :: Oeoeeiy Cooa-
the following; decrlbd land : : Warrant against p..y. a eerporatlosi .
a. will b. necrary to1 *. or o. : the .r_ aael .
pay the amount due for Electric. LIght Water ItIsg oiader tke
o.tte tn taae herein low of atalo i4
op tb*
ame toaetner with the cost of ; Fund la .the of (l.oov.OO.AiraltPromlssory. .
will b* sold at public auction on uch1 *ale and I a"l Florida. PtalatIE. Vensei
front of the City Hall-door-at the fourth day of October. A. D. 1920. Florid*( L..i. A (/_.* Ces **aiy, .,
Klavlmra**, County of ,Notes to. ,- ci Dte.d.a '
Oiceola. and State
Florida: '' e
,__: '* S . ; tire Outstanding: W..r.nt a .
fralaat the EI..crlo ChiA.\ .
DESCRIPTIONQP LAND.NAMB: OFOWNER TAX water Pund. he turn of .. f_. m.._ I,0"
& $.. .; TO' .
Haw Addma*. "' ... . Should Florida.. Xumbr ft Crate Cortpany .
All All E.K. .of of A.A. C.C. I..U Ry.) Block 4---1. ,;>: M. WoodaJl--" .....,.___..___..| I .S.ct'n.the ..ry' notes for any 'all of udder the law of the. State-and existing of New '
Hy. >
Block 11. ,
__, Mach "; purposes, be. Jcraey. William H.
Broa. autbored.'su5
r for.I.ln" -
( _
i All of Block 11.---. ______i<_____ .w.r..j., ,..,.,. by majority K., Menk and James
- Unknown of K.
; ____ vo Kelly.
j ____ '
r __ .
N. : N..r.
11' Baa R_... DIV. of tilerka .. '. ? ,- tera. qualified to vote In such cIsC, State of ?'*>w Jeraey and. all < .
,t I 1.a. B. .. T, H, a .and ...., ef !!..* tloa then the said Promissory Note. ..1 concern:, Teu and each of yoo.
AddlOeektot a. authorized by the qualified notified the
voter hereby above
1, Block 10Ile hall t..ued' .ult tl.
according *
-- ; to. law. the
vir* He- Mn. Nora L. BUck ._..______ without Court In.ttut.d .bo. .
k-plv. of Le>t IS ef and the Council shalL on of July. .
Payne A .*.,.. Addltlea. : at or sUch Issuance, provide IK 10, and ancillary ifrnlahmetrt--

Lot 1. Block "A"____...______,. ______ for '(h. redemption of said note.. at .d tn Mid cause on the **ld 14th day,
II. H. I*. l)ro..fcf. "'ddltll.ot -. ;John Jackson .....___.____._..:I. maturity. of July A. O. 110, directed to Tat

I. Block A.-_____ .:_____ I -John m. [Cadet. Mayor of the said johnston and O. p.
All Block B. IL. H. find K. r ? :J C arlffln____.,,______________ *' City of Ktuslmmee do h.T. ner doingS".
--- - l'lorlda. -
All Ulook C and D.-.________.-.,__-_->-. 8.S. H. Aultman-._____..__??.,___ by Proclaim! and t" a 8PR na..r..t: Robert T. Havh*, B. H. Bul.
tot 1. Block "1"., ________ ____ B, Aultmani.__..____.,.-_..__ } C'lAN PROMM1M8OKY NOTE KLK Heoelver of the Mat B.nt -
Lot; 4. Block ''O"_________.._________ Breaker A Barclay 7. TION by the Klector of (hn said City. of KlMlmaiee and Bank of (
a. A. lloklaeoa'e Addltloa Lester Alford:0..' ual<8ed to vote In aurh Election un- County a corporation under law ,'

Lot 1. Block 8-h___j_______ den the lows of Florid, will be held Of the Stat. of Florida and you are
Lot 6. Block. jl.---------------___...;_ J..sse McNeal .__._..__________ : : at the Chamber In tbe City of hervby ordered to appear
Lot 8. Block 8__________________.___-_ n. C. McLean__.__.____________ ( Florida durIng the on or, before the Octobef A'I..ltI)., ..
FlerMa lead A .......t ('... HurleyI H., W. Weaver--,_______________ 8. lar hour of votnl. on the llth r..u.' 1820. vis; the 4th day of. .rt A.' l ,
.ot. 19. lo. 11 and Uun___________ of September 1(20. upon th. O.D. 11A. WITNISI the 10no..abl. (V >. ,. ',
Ixvte ft and M 7H fert of ]Lot S ___ Mia E. J. Alckerdlk.n. _.___ of oontmcttn loan Ii the I Andr. of and!' f
SV4 Lot. 27. and IS__ --- A. F. Meyer : t. : Note my a* Clerk thnreof and the
-- -----____ ___ Promissory) for the seal 'f'
n said ,
Ix t. S6 RA W. C. Ltodrord-- Court at Klanlitirnee. <) -
> (1 and ftl except portion : purpose amount a* hereinbefor ceola ." :
''Of 0. of Midland f a. o tt. In the I CountyFlerlda. .. on this 4th do '
Lot (13"t.I,1: Ry. a B. Aultraan ... the foregoing; of August, A. I). 1880. '. r,
all _
of .r .
Lot 64 N. MIdland ; --------------- : of the City (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL '
H'. .. .______J.' of Klsslmmee. and In *o far ) :
------ nvceiisory i IAs
. "....d.1I A l>.>le'. flab-niv.-- ., - 8. B. :Aultman________-:!..___.___ : to pledtre the fund. 4. and I . OVERITREET. .'.
18W.. lit A 8'4 ., L.t" property of the City for the c..dl ".. 4 1
K. L. I. t. a < of_ .Id___ ... KT11BB8. AKKHMAN *: 8TKKD. .
4 s."".,. "u n" __ ..."_.".". > \
Attorney for
'2 Lot 4, Block "A"Lot ---___ __ _____ .. rn The pr..d. from the.nle of said 1 1.lntll. 1.1. 1

8 .Block "B"h. ____________., .Mr i1r... W.W. H. Thurman.___,_. .. note .to'b used for the purpoSes n* IN THH CIRCVIT COUNT OVrRL4
4tR II mid H. Thurman_... "p saId
15: Block .p"--------___ 2. ( resolution and the HH% KNTKKNTII '
i Jl'l>ltl*
A Lot III and 10.. " Mr.. D. H. Thurman..._. said' notes to be lHub ('IK-
Block >> ____ ____ 4. 'I <-lT OF T4IH fcTATH f>F FI.OHI-
Lots 17 and 18. Block "(F'.____u___._ R.I. >. PJummer ___-_,..__.;. I. end In the manner as *et forth urna1d IL4. ANts FOR COUMTIT -
Mr Il
Lot I to 4 In('.. Block "H----------.. W. C. Tanner_ : I..uloton of the COUnci of O.EOLA .
4 Lot 11 to 1* Inc.. Block "H" __ _. It. 1). Porter '____n__ 1.lmm... AUIu..t. .
J. H. Woe>dair* Mub-ltlv. ef h Let -M 8. E. Kirk--------------------- 120.' Copy of which I I. .tach'd I&h. Oordo .r,.... PlalotlC. vroo *-

.f 11'. ... I. re'. ".r...... and publlahfrd. Florida Lube frate C'oa aiaar a

; IX>i 12 --------- ----- -=:=______ _. The following qualified votorp are eeroonKlea, .' 8>e>feieaata.Ivll. >
Lot 14 __ _n_ Epale Conte _________________ 4 hereby appointed tn % -
tt. "'. ----n.n...........'* ".h-...... of Let- MA ""orar Blake ____________-___ .: of laid Promissory rt..v.Er:1 r f.r.: (' Aelloa Daaoeiea PI.544S. *>rder -'
of 11'. 8.. I. ('.'. .r...,.. 1':. G. V for '.. ,*

Lot 10 ..___----______ ________ . .T. N. CI. .j
) aaders 8.h-IIylaloa -.f N. IU ,.. Anna WaymeiaU ________________ K. I>. OUH'K.J. Crate A Lumber Company.
., ...$ 11II. F. L. I. Ce's Oorvey McPHATTKR. a corporation or.4.I..d and | < '
Lot 1 IN WITNBtia WHEREOF >1 have under the law State 1..I.tnl
White--.l--Uerfcy.oJrr-' -- ;----,A.b-Itlv.-;- -: --of. Katie Tale --_____----___-___ hereunto set mr hand as Mayor of Jersey William M. n.d.m..r.. Paul

Part of bet &%. F. I.. I fo's Survey. the City of KUslmmee, Plo..lda. and IC. Menk and James "
: l Mused the Lorpo."t. said &tate of New Jersey, and l. whom I il r

Lot 1 -- .. n ____ _______ City. to be ., nfflled, and th* may O..Q: You and of you '
L. I1rkr...' BMb-Dlv.---- .-,--Let T*.-F.- Griffin _____________________ attested br the City Clerk this arc hereby notified that the above)
L. I. fo** ".rv.,.. the 25th day Auiruat. A. n. 1920. suit ...a. Instituted In tie above

Lots 7. 8 and 10.,. __. JOHN 8. CAPKU! ourt on the 14th day ef D.,
Praooert Perk ,q H. L. Mcl, >auren___________\____ '. Ai Mayor of the I City of Kl4mme. 910. and ancillary carnlahment 1. o .

a aad IdI ., F. I.. .. ('ms "....y. : ATfS'' ec In said cause on the Mid .
Lot 18 'n.BFBT. July, A. D. 1810 directed to '
1 Lot 25 = =::-: ::=::- :--:::::::::: MrsPlje A. M. Cady..... I Clerk Ciy of KI..lmm.HIA' . Johnston and .Q I'.i (Oarrett co-part
I Cre-sti ifc-"l) )iv. ".f" llotV NT A- C. P. > ._-_---:---::::::::::: 1.== : ) 17,41 hers doingbualae** aa Johnston A

! MM. F. L. I. <'... Harvey. Garrett Robert '% HUghes. 8 H. nll-
i: (' ('. H.. lo"k. a* Receiver of Slat ,
NH of Lttta 17 and 18.. ._ .1. .r. ef Fl. ,
hu I\.J. "' Kl..imm.e. 'and Bank
Hooert ( .owder----------------- .v. of _
Has .
4ddlHoa. . .I..I Oc.OI
ahoesaakerHnb.Ulv. t-I.
., I .la ( ...1,. la 0 County. a corporation under .
Block 1)1. A ....- .r. of the State of
Florida and.
Lot I ) you are)
I All gf -Blook--- -"FL.------------------- U -.: .n.h___ Lucy. River ---__-__--___--___ Aar ....,.. ('...%.'.*.., hereby .fho appear In aald. aultn
2 All of Block "JK! KU NL Amy Hod;. ----__________ i : \ < V.. < or before October Rule*. A. D.
, and OL"Mr*: F F --- : leather S8. Heave .. ttO. vIS: the 4th day of October. A.
KH of mock ,"
"UI II i .. .
n. 1020.
- -- -- Lnwrrnce I' WITNESS the Honorable C.
S.WH of Block l Silas .....______ __ IS.
-- O.
All Bloi-ks I TL F'Jlo: Rxcept- 1- thatpart --- Alex Havn-s -- ---- __h_____ I I apP"Rrl"l by In affidavit the above-atate-l appended my Andrew name a..Judge Clerk of thereof said Court and, and the)

assessed to Mrs J. F. cinrkaon Mart Stoke I te .. that fl..d .. l f. Reave val i of ald Court at Klaalmmea.: Oaceola -
__ the de-
Bee .
at N'W
Tor. of Block 4. Burn H hhh .. therein la I County, Florida on thIs 4th dar
150 ft. E.: 96 ft.. N. 160 ft. ,,,. na..d.. a non-real of: ,fb. .
96 ft Mra. Julia I.. ... of the 1 and la August A. n. l
* Bex. at NK Cor. of Block 4. run* H n. I ... of Atlantic lorldl., a, (CIRCUIT. SEA!.)
150\ ft.. 1':. 90 ft.. N. 160 ft. W \15 ft <'. : ; II: : ] that she I* user the N.. Jersey OVERSTREET.
H. Hopkins Eat .__ | 1 aRe. of twen CURl jXRIBB8.
N ef ____ .
% Block 5 u __ un ___ nh > : : ",' year: I It la therefore of above
All of Blork 14 W. Mndee _- _--___--____ 88. : I : the Bald : BTKKD .urt
------------------I M Johnston ____ ___ ; non-resident AKERMAN.
BeR. at NW cor of Block 10 run H _u__ I and she I I. lioreby' rtxiulri-d to : Ato..n.y. Vlalntl. .lOOt.
lOll ft.. K. 100 ft.. N. 100 ft. W. 10ft to the bin of complaint filed
ft. . ld cause or .IV THE (;IIt'tIT COVET OF TIeR
before the
h. - - Mia .
t.V.. A..r..'.'* II.-bl... of Hloek- PrlDCllla Bum Km-______ of Ootebvr. A. SItW4NTEENTIt JIUMCIAI.rJT" ('lEA' \
"K" of Hnt>*rt llama Addltloa. :f .d the allegation fV" f 2oblyt will l (' SF THE STATE OI'FL0Rl1)1 _
Lot 1 ned 2------------------------- taken a* ,ont..d deIt %. IN AND rOD OVCstOLA COVltT *
All of Block R r 8 : : :::::::: R r/I.MM..IF'.I1I .
.. i"i M. - ;;:.::::::::::::::: :g !l I I. farther ordered that thl. rder .

NM thi.lI Block 7---------------- published onre a week for Four 48. V. ys.gws.: PKalotlK vemsui
Bes at most t Lot 7, H Olaton Et.: -_--____---_____ n : w Block II.I ',.8 N 7..1..1\ 140 ft, .. (Intettf, a newapaperputllah. .rp... . al. IMfa> N. 43 flex.. K. 29% ft. S. 47 deR. K In said County and. that.
. 14* ft. N. 48 -d".. W. to b.F------. : This ISrd day of Aqiruat, A. P. 1920. *141.. Dasoaa-ee. SsVBMIX. Order t .
Lot 1. Block 12 O "StonnT --hhU_______ '. (Circui C. rtlfc. t.r Ps>B>
Lot 8.: Block: 12 :-:::-::---- - Mach Bro .- .7. 1.. OVIII1STRIt1T.I TO: I. _
Lots 1. 4, S and 7, Block- -13-------------_--- -_- Mach Bros. ..:..:::::::::::--::: I :.: Cleric Circuit Court. Florida Lumber A .. Company

Itei' 91 ft. H. 47 d...... E.: of most S. R. Aultman, ________________ J IV. FOX. a corporation orRnls. and exlatlnar
'f Northerly cor. of Block 11. run H I .>! for .Complainant. $7-1. under the law of the State of
47 deer; B. 60 ft. 8. 43 Jersey William H. Had.nte keru.
deR. W.
76 .
I. .... ': TBM CIRT! K. Menk and James :
ft N 47 d. .
W. 60 ft. N. 41 deR. K.IYi .
J I E. 78 ft. It : |iH\RNTICKNTH JITHCIAI. ('IK. State of New Jcraey, whom
BeR. at moat---Southerly-----------cor.------Lot-----2.- Run Bass ---. >*-___--_-_______ t'I; ; ('lIT' CUtlET' .N ANI FOH OI,CR01 may fonc..n: You and each of yoi
: ,* (
KI.MNIIIA. >y that the above
, Block 19, runs N. 41 den, R.: 76 ft. 'nUlTY. : rtb Instituted
; was la
j rWANf"lh' OK the abovo
47 deic. W. 71 ft K 41 IOflLOSIRI
dew. W.
Court the I8th
75 ft. 8. 47 des I3.: 71 fl. ______ IfORTAUK on day'of JuleA..< I).
--- Run Baas \ 1910. and
Lot _-- .i_..t, _____ ancll.ry '** -
I I to 8 Inc., and NE. 6 H ft. of -- .arnl.t..DI .
n. ,. U In said
, Lot .4 In Block 20 .. ",t. .JI1'I' : D i. 'PARTRI'K >**> day-of
----- -------- W R Maklrrson ; July. A. directed
; "
' _..._......._ : 1.IUI. loPat.Johu-
.. .
BVT 4 'ft. '
nr Lot
1. and all of .
Lot & M. .
" -, .. : : JolaeJ. fcy bee, .... ston a.4 co-partners)
.- I and 4. Block 21.L.: _.._...__ ..._. -. W.U'Mktason, ? f 'A\ ".''.v.1t"f" I "KIC.L'. : I Kl l.Y, Defeadasts.NDOUI dolnaa business as A ftarrett -
. !
C'o. _.. . :: .
All of Block 26 lylnsj Nit" OVA,, ". .i .."* ....;:; t8'9' : Robert T. Hughes and H. Hul-
C1. I* Ry. Except a lot'81 feet wld.. ?'., "w" ,'W'j'f;{,1' .:l\,'( ''jiI'I'' I',(,',. .' : OF PIIBLICATION. lock a. Receiver of Wi. 0f.. Bank *
t faclnx Broadway A "t.ndln".alonR'" ":\ ''," I aikpearlnir t>y. .fnd..yl lied Inth" of Kllmme and you are hereby or
t DaklnAre.. to Thurman 8t.. alsoexcept .*; cauae. residence of dered to app.r In said suit on or' before -
a lot farina on Broadway; 40 defi-ndsnt.and, ejtch of I* the Rules, A. D. 192.'

feet and PoVsli-l, Ave. 88 ft.-------- Ben Baird ___ ______ ___ that each 1e over N.m': vis: the 4th day of October-A-. D. 1$2e.
'I All of Hlofk 18 lyIng S. A K.: of A - h 480 4 twenty-one rear*, and there WITNESS the Honorable C. 0. An., -

C. I* Ry. --- .0. _.__ _____n___ Wtmberly ; no one In the State of Florida. draws. Judge of said Court, and my
McLpod :
f.r.... Bp..s.. __________ : .Iceof a Subpoena on whom would name a. CI..k. and the seal
I to 1 Inc----.: defendant It of saId thlNf "
_ la hereupon Oeceola
------- -- Rull Bas Jv
. t.o14 .- --- .-. - _n_________-__J--- A.N.Ra.s. ---- -_-_-___ __ / ] "M ADJl'DOKD.r ANt> DH- County. 1 ;fdat this m day of
! loOt I un.hn________-_ --____- F \\' A C. -B.-__-- --_______.:_ 11 >. lht. saId d..f.ndalt. "and August A. '
Dub.,.. A O'Neal Addltleo. OrIi'flrt----------- appear th. of (.' 61I-O'8AL)' S .

! 8 Lot I. Block "A"._____ __--___._--___ A. H. Bpler 'on Ifond.Yt. the twenty, KMOji.
Lot. .__ day i>f no -
and W. II ft. of Lot ,. Blo..k' ? Otherwise above)
of the Bill AKERMAN Ou..t

; I Lot"B"1 8 and E! 44 feet of Lot---7. -Block- W. .H. Arnold. -_______________ .. aleR'at'.n._ t' _taken_ aa. _confeaaed.ofCom KH'BBI Atora.y. for 0'8TlED, .14-'t .' '

"B" _____ I'r tn that .
-- ------- 1':. U YURTHEIHOIJEO. .
Lesley __ .
74tu 4 and) -, Block "41'0.0- Rev. <-hh __________ e not< puil.b.d. week MA.IITI. IALI' -
W. H.
t.nI. L Ttl.a.'k Ball Eat---------- (' ." .k., 1 the :
: c--------------: _ E. L. Le.I.." __ .. ... ,
n ... Osfette. Under
.. .u. .no .. ... It. or I.Ot 11. ------------------ Valley a flewspa.t and. virtue of a qeer.eseepid .
:.iv; : :: : ::: : r of general .circulation of by' ,Judge of the' Circuit'
NVi"of JU>t 11." A "alT Lof'f."Block"D"Tf Unknown ___ __--__....,-.____ 15.It Florida.VITNRSS. Court of the 17th JudloUl ClruM ol
A. .......- Addltl.*. the Hono..abl. C. Ov An-, he 8t.le,0' Florida for *
All of Block P. F. Leach ------n;____ 10.2! .,.-Jn4Ra: J. .. Qverstreet Clerk. l y In a oertaln oauae 0.1'
Lot I. Shock"A"----------------"0"------------------ A. Hunter _____________--_- 7.2' I C..un.J aeal>. wherein John '!' >>......the..I. pndln -.

8% He-:!$nk-IMv. .. I. J. K. M. 0. r. Zella Peter _-._________._. _____ '.11 t.: L. OVERSTIIFBIT.Clerk, ant and Hull Baa I* .mrla.n. .

Lot 18 fti 16. tocei| O-. __ n_ .. _._. .T T. Rivet __ __ .. of Court. undersigned' .p..clal. Mater t.
Lot 18. Blook __-____ .:: .r" wilI cell .'
Lot 1 to 14 Block C--------------------- Unknown _____________i.-__-.- ?.j; ro .NOt1 foil rv hlKheat Jildder'durln, the leaat hour

Beit. NW por.' of Lot 1"I".7., Block "H." run P. Uyal ___-__________Z____: 19.18: : : .. of ','n L.CA1IOJ. I of sale ,on' Muiiday, October. 4, A: n.'
B. M ft 1':. i71 ft. N. 94 ft.V 71 n. Land oriff S 1 I( In front of tae court home door, J -
.. B.",. at NB ear of Lot I. B4ock S. McCalllater -.: ------_____---___ .7.61 Aua 14, 1420.'at OakneavlllH, I In the .City of Kipaimrse Oeol I?
1t run H 60 ft. W. 100 ft. N. 60 ft. K. NOTICE I. hereby given that Stan-. County .. .l.0 head of 6atU
lee ft ._ ___. ranging I.I.a the Countle* of Brevard
Q. Parion
---------n---n W. B. Maklnaon ( of Fla.. ? anti i
NMitot S. Block S------------------- o.----------- 10' -on July t- Oaceola. marked ,
MIH Home .
Beer at BH.! M. O. u.18 ..'|: branded a* foHo. : .
cor. of Block 'V' run N. crowder---------- ntry. No. for FIt of Mar"P U..r.
118 ft, W. 81 ft. 8. 118 ft. B. 81 ft. F. H. TInes -i' I W3tJ; Section 14,Of.8l* tt 54, e nuara under aharpla
Ja... ....'. $... )IT. l. Mta*<... -----+_ uu__ 80.01 re 17 B.. TallahaMeridian.- trfe other Branded D. T... Marked,
AMIIIoo. tiled of Intention LJpperaquaxji anderblt. In' 0".' ear .
7.... 2. 6. 4 A: T. leas 8. 60 ft. In Block o t .....- notoe '. to establish to claim make harp * fork In the oth.r..ap4' 'IbMnd.d

"AN -.-_______________________.__ the)land above described I). T. and aa hown. tn the '. ' Matbews .- 8. 8. Buasis ______________-____. 8.8 .... Circuit Court at Klanlmmee before derr.* r. o..a. and on file ifl
.1..... on the J4th day of fieptam- his cause Crop two ..plitunderbit'in'on..8r .
Tx>t* 1 to R, Block "A'--------------- : r. 1920. I a.lro."fork: u.'d.r '. '
Lots 1 and 7. Bloc--------------. S Busia ___--___...__......;_. 8x12 as wItnesses: bit In the oth.r. ilr'tndel' *
--- H., K. Buasa __ _____ (1'nAnl elal. JOhN .
W. A. I *trlea>** Addition. ---- --- ____ 6.11 ; of Louffhman .Flor C7DEt. .

Lot I. Block "A" ______' I .. IIp"lal Master
Be*;. 105 ft N. of -8W----cor.-----Block---- ""." b4ra.. Corn. 1rtlaer _.._':'..____;. ...*5 I W. W. Allman, of Loutrhman, Flor. MASSEY A '. '
$nl' for
run N. 42IlI ft. 1':. 76 ft, 8. 4IH ., I i - ".p1't.- , soIt..4 rTe
T. A. ,
: For* of Ixturhman. Florida .
B..f'v -- ------- H. .K ,
Swaby ______ William
: TN ,or. 1.ot 4. ------ -- 49.1 I :l..t"l. of Lou'hman.
Block "H," .n. 8. 41"* ft. W. BO ,' -

ft, M. 42V4 ft. M. 60 ft.._ ..___ J. W. ; ROBT. W. DAVIS. .
'0 Bear. '1'* .ft E of NW cor. Blocs "1." Thompson --_________--_ 8.8Rev. __ Regit.r.EOrIC '

run H. lOll ft. E. 26% ft. S. 10 ft. I. \ : next time '
W. 19. ft. a 12H ft. R.: 147H ft. N. IX"C'TOr FOR FInAL .

4.- Lot 41, ,* U. W. 40. ft. N. 105 ft. W 45 ft.' W. H. Bull. Et.L..______ 10.849.J ...fomrt'J'AHnP .<... Slate* '

wt 1.1.RIeck Lot 1 Block'M"w.. I. Barclay _I_u_____ FIend.' Oacwvla ('Oeemtr. you buy calomelask l
"Cr'---------------- "
; L. '
Pf Lot Blook Overtret ._... -_ ) ,
'O"---------------- Mm. H. A. 16.6'4 I >the of
R.4f: ft. of tot 1. UarnhllI------------ : : lot.t. E. 8. Ueeland. D.-
0'W.: .
O. .
Hankin. .
VTH Lot .. X. __ ._i.Autrus .- 21.8 ; ceaeed.NOTICR for :
__ ,
Rlorkl ,-------- Kaa _________________ I : .
Lot 4., _________ 1'.4
------ /. W, Thompson ,__ 19 HFRKBYOlVKt*
. Lot 1 M I ofA.C.L.Rv7 Block K---- to .
-T. w. W.tson _.. -. '.It : It mar concern that on the rIepurif
A. - N'
WBlock- .f & Hl.'ln tloek. W. O. Hankln _-.-..-_.,- 'of Ortober.' A. lIVSO.. t ,
10. Tucker BrIok. C.. .11 : to the T. M.
Alt Block II __ __ -... 11.111- ; I H""or.b' .
N'.. Lot I. Rio"--10.::--:::::::::;;;;;: 1'Mr:".*. n.. (.m"bel__ 88.85 l ... for of said my ."...1 .u4t.-SI of,i*-. >
Lot 4. ' 21------- E.t .. dlahU.
Akf - Mr. ( of the estate Weeland ,
a.I. 58.9
All N.: of -jr-R-y.: i ock"iir : ------- -- 8 "
.. '
Warren Waymaa -,_.___ and 'iii the aame I will r "
IS. H. ".t. A "oaw AeUMtlo. 1.81 \ . mr firm I account *Executor /
All B4ock .N% Lot 1. Block Tbcker Brick wild estate and ark for their ap-
.Blocks I to .. except bell{. at l 0 -' 8.8 '.
cor. Block 1. O-UM N. 100 f. W. 14 listed August 3l.t.. A. n. 1020. alotan
ft. 8. IOU ft. H. 148 ft: b-s. N C. A. CARROIII. .

% 'LOtA 1. Block 8 A tkl.BIock-.6. Kllmme. Lumber Co. ______ -Ot. EitecutorNOTICH i "
B." at S1 *or. .0' Hloc 1, ran N. '. II. .

100 fU W. K* **. ". **-, "*' "OR i.tiDLlc4''e%.

ft--------------------,.__. N. B. -.. .____ ____ ,
'Block .. "rn. -- ,
Alt 18 ____ _ .____ 11.71 841.. i'T'Oflie..: !
n : J par ......_______.___ Clalnea. '
I'.ti .
W., C. Has 4Afti.a. : vllle, .. .Auaruat. I. ,1,H'. .
Let a S-----------------t.----------- _______ t !I. gIven that '
_ B.
. Hel.o I r.cht -- _ 611 1..eb. J "
B., ... Lle7'a .......... S t.l8tnl Agent ,. .' .
Lot'll Land for .
---- --- '-- V.flroe.on------------------'
; Lot it :. __ _riLo 'l-----. ____.__. John 621 .Oaim.rIIle. AlachUa o 1"10..1.. '
.. -- -- -- -- Bronson -.- --__...______ 1.18 ,. .
:::: :\ }
._ __ .
4 't 14 """ Mr*. 'W. M. 14.1.----- has filed In this office appli
dt 18 "Snd"IjIII- u_I-____-1---. B. St. Evans W.I.__.,__ ,_ 8.26 1.41 tn ..I.t, und.r the I.I.n. iedauJ.rsrui.iI ( I"' '
u t
Lots 61 anf 82---------------------- R. C. Bryaa __ ____ _______ 4.16 the Act Congress Feb 8jtause&Iess ...t
?Mt 81 ._.___"_----_-.- Roma Thomas ?_-__...__-.. ____ 1.41 Z$. 1:1, the 8* art I and cJome! UbleU: that are '
Lota 49, "f"and7ir-.n.------------ T. C. Oeortre .__.__ .. -v.... 8.11R 7 of *4. T. I B of R 14 F3-:. ,{ .
-- u-
'. : J. W. Lilly's A....MIH . .. Any safeandsure. t

Lots -4. 6 ..nBIC I.------. Latta __n________________ leo : : : : aN persons clAimIng adversely I
"p W46*% ft tJ. : 1. .Block J.- W. 1>. Frace _n______.________ 18.0$ land described or desirIng| to ob- Meni1.v4rtae. retain d
,4..E.'" .....b... of % ? because ef the mineral character *
.; ...I. .f NW%. 1 a the land or for any other f-eaaAn ed and d."Soid .
) 81\ NR\ the diagonal to l.houM improv i

'" ta. V ____ _.__ \ their affidavit .pploAnt. In this o Irin BaI packaco
1 .ld ,. -- _-.-- H Tiller ____ _____ 8.13 pret.t *. }
I before
or e
f .e.A (.. A 3dltt... : l I day of 3 "
Lola 2 ,I' l tL gt Lot. ,. I ber. .I r"1540. : P $ -
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I: 1 ,160PairChildren's', School Shoes ':of Solid Leather Received This Week f ::

.h: .\4 ", ., It..; ,e ,-c-i.rc" :JJ3'eJ.: w. "the 'tyie.: LiXici .;J? 2'icc. 1, -. ,r-f f'J'_ : .),


I Child's ,Wide Toe, ffirls or boys, dark brown, Wide Toe, gun metal,.sizes 12 1-2'10.2 ; . Lurge Girl's* English Walkers, dark brown '

: sizes 8-1-2 to 12p; $3.98. .. 'Pair$4.5O. { sizes 2 1-2 to 7; pair $5.<)8' :

I. . 'WidcJToe<< dark brown, sizes 12 1-2 to 2; Girls. English Walkers, Hark brown, sizes1212to2pulr$4.50 Ererjr 5 pair= ci. these koes is gutrmteeJ by manufacturer be solid .

.' *. leather; w< guarantee' them to ,oa. Solid leather or your money>> back. 'e' '.

r Polr. $4.50 1 ; MannforMred ty Endicott Johnion Corp., fD<


I, *.__._ .**._j.*..*..-..-*_.j._,*. ft_ .It ft. ft. ft. A. A, j*.,.A. A. A. A. ..A. ..i d..A. A. A. A- ,i A. A. rt. rt- A. A. A. .* *. *- J- *- aii- A-.-- *- - 6. *. *- *. . .*. A- A. .av. A A. A. .*. .* A -*_-_-, -* _'-J flflfl--*JB, __* ,. '.'*'---rr-'nrr&---* -'""__. -_ _- -. -. -___-. . .. ... .. ... ... __. _.. _._ _ ... __... 99" *.A.&A&A&aA.A.a\-- "VVV.-.r_ r*.* .. .* & *"'--'Y'VV'* ,

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iiith1i if distributed fairly will scarcly bo MAKING IDEALS INTO- REALITIES, ing housesbroad acres of. healthy modern nnd, mechanical'v' eqi'!iipedpacking i
( Advertisements ST. CLOUD felt by the public although in the and beautiful orange and grapefruit houses tinder !he' management : -

aggregate' the increased revenues Fools and dre-'s.; ; citrus trees 'trees. hap! homes of jfjoweis' of eTpt'lienred J men tarn out
will amount to a large sum. The and Florida sand! comfort and prosperity. boxes of' oranges; and grap: 'f'nlt .
't FOR RENT Mrs. J. O;: Vreeland had the pleas illustrations given above are representative Little more than a dozen years ago; They disu"ed these things among': I that unrVr Ihp Imprint of the FlorIda ;

I ure of the company of Rev. Bixley, of the increases in' rates on I these were cou led closaly! ;In the theiriclves-jthese men who coultf Citrus Exchange have bpcime '.. ,
-, Foil light.RENT-1.&tMt houat'keenlnK, \'cool H.".rlm..nt"bd rooms and, of the Ilaptist church, and Miss Elizabeth !- nil commodities. minds of hard-headed seasoned see thing In their 'minds: and there the last "''>id
a KaraKO, at 322 Chuuli lolL S5-lf '! Ward, at dinner at the St. The present cost of transporter business men, who felt that they had grew up among them a firm resolveto -Jgia! ,'Cloud hotel 1 on Sunday. suits of clothes. from New York to | some knowledge in. the circumstances. find the remedy and apply it, nnd, ")'n"n\'n-'J' with fair f!"aling.In .
FOR -T-R..v"r..1: apnilritents for Miss I Helen Perdue, and Joe Phipps Lakeland I is $!.22% hundred Ib ten
r llKht lionaeki'i'pliiKnuld nlHori'til I per to work to create the great hundreds of, northern cities and'I I '..
-L. : dlnliiK::: room un'l ;kitchen Ifd of Klssimmee, were the quests Sun- Under the new rates this charg !h.- Vet' In the face"of great discocrnjjei citrus Indu ..' they felt WIIS Flor towns, during thc ":ipping! ,s" iison'
d "nlred. MtF.', (I. Thomu...", 8-t-lf day evening of the letter's parents, comes. J2R8V4 per 100 Ibs. A suit i ments, with Florida's most delicious: ida's rightfully.A for Florida citrus fruits families by

Mr and Mrs. Phipps. inrludmpthe necessary packing, will fruits often bringing- less than their a ftl';,.. practical fctcp some fifty their firesides rend in newsp-pers
I FOR SALEI I Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Woodard, who weitth' approximately 6 pounds. which 'cost of production, there were some progressive Florida: grower went totet"pr and in magazine'f the delights. the

.. have spent 'the past two years with makes the increase on a single suit growers who did not despair. / to CI"ifo-nia to study I.t t clone t i foo.1! and 'lop healthue: of "hess
l t.1 Toll at 42ll S.1I't, ('Iti' "rIi.r.u...11'".4pt.(furnlfhi.Applx,,. <'"<>lI\"II'P lo .J'I their son at Fort Worth, Texas have from New York to Lakeland four I; Dreamers ? Hardly Rather call\ hand the method. SUi'l"f.ll| tisre.T'ev I j fruits; nivl 'I'q. freely' from
ariived here and lo- I
I. How.-II. nt aUu\<- nuinlx-r'. 3ui -2t. are pleasantly cents. I them saw that the Tu'ifiriin: : d'llcr in who:'v stores they see the
i uteri for the winter with Mrs. Am The into on fresh beef from Chirniro practical idealists. ers who fifteen years 1.1'1.1IOW-1 advertiidng matter' of the growers
H-: ;; .
Pill %LVI I" 'i* diaft IIUIHI, '. MIIU- elm Hill!. They knew there
to Lakeland l I in $1 54 100' were no more delicious joined to mai-ket their nf "*'h.
L "|| mill liatlKHH' J. N. I I'aiket', 111 I per >> together FloiiH"; """im' disnlaye'' .
$. Hoval St 40-.ll-.pil Mr. Fred Phi;ps, who has been pounds; the increased rate $1.96 pel" fruits !grown under the canopy to-o-ieralivel' i di thing": fo-j: Now, too :the utiu. growers have
visiting friends in the North Rin..e'his 100 pounds, making the incren p,1trHnRI'Ort'atlon of the heavens They knew theereat I thcinseKes-had found! the n-i cu'i 1snlut h;'"mo. wh"I"i sale buyers as we'l, of
..i }1Otif\ mil Hcrorilenn pli'iiltilK' discharge from the navy arrived cost on of Consuming public would (five for the *. I
v HuttoiiH coli4l' 1I"11IH.III'h( nnililr a pound on lust precisely! same I thinifthtv .require. in groviinz ults
J | <,t-<-tlKi* work. Mull oidtTH? f 4L 1\'..,, home Sunday night. l beef from Chicago to Lakeland Under I I them its appreciation if the thing: difficulties Florida was facing. hnd with savings so great as t""> o3-:
roinpi* *tti-nll u \rt 4' Ida. (JHI,;.-. \III.l ', 89ltHKMHTITCIIKH. 1 Friday evening in honor of he,' The charge for hauling a 24-ooun' They knew things were wrong in than droain>.: s, .Ii:'j' e ,(J.c.Iadopt >.o l/iovin' yeira uno but the vision of

son Jog birthday. Those present bag of flour from Louisville! Ky., is Florida ; and they believed that when this plan outright in its tom- tin ideal: today one of the greatest
J H.'"I'; Htn FHK fur moll, irrm <... were Mr. and Mrs.' William Phipps increased 1 only ::1 1% cents' ; a pair of /nen admit conditions are wrong pleteness. foiling organizations in the "n:tedStates
and homm. 2 to 10 Keren ('all ntofncv. Miss Helen Perdue and Joe Phipps, shoes from Boston 2 cents' a peck of thtre always is a remedy 'round the Thus the Florida Citrus Exchangewan \
: up-atalra, over r o. K: _\. ; / and l one of the signa"y suc- '.
t4 Htrout Farm Atone)', Allen Komlic'It.Rppn Mrs. Baker, son And daughter, Charlie apples from Grafton W. Va., 4 corner. f born. ocsuful', organizations; in this countryof
I .ni'nlatlM-. SV-lt and Pearl, of Worthingtbn: Mill. "ents. They saw perhaps twenty men That was a little more than eleven nun and women who co-operate 4' .

FOR SAI.R-Hr.itInn-. Stove, prnatlmly Mr. Wilson S. Adams has lajtely I Obviously: the increase. in freight were making more profits in a sea years ago I tn (!o things! far themsi>lvn... -----
) n.*w. Tak<'> 22-fnch wood. lit* came In from the North and has pur- "ntes should > not cause any general I son from the productions of the Of course, many person! said, "It I drown strong in fmnnce'! and 1 tt
4 quire Donnls, Vnlley (naa..It. chased I the Parkhurst and the Burr "idvance in the prices charged the growers than were all the growersfor can't be done in Florida." and ioinvwho I t firmly held in public opmivn. num-

.. p FOR 8ALR:-Machinery. (ice.t| boll- properties on Ohio avenues.' ultimate i'onsumer.-Ln.eland! "Tele7ram. their work of aear.. They saw golden opportunities about bering its membnrs by thousands, it
... T) for Bmnll stern-wheel HtrninerBrood L G. Conch of Plant City, was acall..r know that was unsound. to slip away echoed it until many is no wonder that you who are of
., condition. chiHp for cash in St. Cloud on Tuesday.The They knew Florida citrus fruits believed it for the truth. I its m<*ml.ership fcnkc pride in the
John E3 Harrl. Berpafotd. Kin association met in "FROM YOUR LOVING! CON-
cemetery were in disrepute with northern fruit In its! early beginnings' the Flor- fact You are entitled to do no' by
: 35.6\'I.d.
,.. I the old G. A. R. hall\ Wednesday afternoon GRESSMAN"The handlers because the latter fet' they ida Citrus Exchange' r.'prpq'ntt'd' your airomplisliments. FhuidaIrower '
I FOR 8AtK--Oooil Kprond-hnnd Ford were undependable and unreliable :j.nothing more than the ideals of those ( .
J oar. Sam U IlaKiiilalp. I'hnn.' 2">>. The Woman's Mission Union .f
i 1-tf published l in Washington for lack of standardization. They wilt joined together to found it --
r ft.
'i _ the First .Baptist church of St. Cloudwere reprints the following' letter felt thst should be remedied Today' with eleven y<" M of performaitce MRS. CLAUDE HARPER t
r FOR 8AL.R M'ork home and harmaxono .. ; entertained at the Woman's "My: dear Madam As I glnr e They say that the great northern eleven years of mot sub'
11 I I.a .oon;icood two mllrti hrlfvrn cow: Kiniill,. will lot t>of* freah faltnImplemonta Mission Union of the Orlnndo Baptist hr", n.. office window today, I -ee "consuming public was not sufficiently sLantial! suucess, behind 't represents I CIVESJBRIDGE PARTY I II

4 Above may be tnHpct- church on Tuesday A very interesting no harbingers/ of springtime orflow'- acfpunmted with the rare flavor 1 ideals which have been accompliHlu
ed at my KlHalmmee hino. North R,'rintKlaavenue meeting wai held nnd a "'_'!. T*>e "skies are heavily overcist and deliciousness of Florida grown In more than a hundred! northern !Mr*. 'laud Harper tntertninod the
\ I) O Wnnivr :
. t 80-tf fine program rendered- and. a very Th chill air of winter lingers. Foe (citrus fruitsand, was rejecting I I: :ties the trademark of the Flondi Wpdne'-duy( afternoon bridge club -
, : elaborate dinner served. Those present 101'.1 dampness' pnvelon.. the bpre tn1"r t them, often for fruits of lesser quality -|j I Citrus exchange on office dior) this week at her home on Emmett
FOR SAI.Ji-IJor" and Mulee In- from St. Cloud wore Mrr Vre''- They felt something marks the of street. .
qutm of J. M. Mill.r. 11-tf >' 1 obscure. the buddings.; Even 'h sure wall i headquarter one or
land Mrs. Esther Daniels" Mrs. Hel- ''mnosinjr" dome of the ciinitol 'inv> il- wrong there. j:, more hustling, experienced fruittIi8meflWh Three tables, of players wore present I
"- FOR SALE--one Km raon Typewriter, "ii iRohv, Mrs M. !Smith, Mrs. Amelia mrlv emerges from the humid They visioned a citrus industry in i (, are representing. and high score was made bjr'
I model thren. vlalLle ... good a. "..w Hill Mrs. W. Coppock, Mr. and irlonm Florida under conditions as_ they Florida groweithenseUes rather Mrs Howard Anderson who reieiv- ...... ,
_51547Valley_ Uatettr II Mrs. John Ward and M's\ % Elizabeth "But the' witchery of hpne < naWles I should be, rather than as they were. than anv who may make\ profit upon ed a handsome !set of ice tea glasses. ..

t FOR 8.\LA-Ono Bet Rle-ctrlr' Wall Hard. \ me to beckon the gentl /"1'- They visualized a great stream of i I the production of the growers, I Mrs Harper served a salad iour.
Plate I'raetlcally new. At a rna- Mrs. George Barber entertainedMrs nHvrs Pnd 1 balmv .sunshine of M.iv Florida's golden fruits going: for- I I In mare than a hundred ('o"mulll-i with sandwiches and ire,! tea before -
.oi aonabl pule Apply Valley Gnette. Vreeland at 'dinner last" Thursday ward to receptive' takers ''' ties the of her
7-tf 'when rring i">"lor'',s the flowers to : busy pack- on nlnsulir of Florida tydonarrure: goeels.
I paint t the laughing soil', and 'hangs-
+ FOR RALFJ-Flne, rulflenriprupi'rty Mrs\ ? M.\ K.: Brown leaves :M/vIma: I
her infint h1'asorns on the treci." _. -
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\ qu"rtel'.bloJ.'k. ai-vcn roomed houiteoraniBTA .Ohjo. for her home here on Tuesday. --= '
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H of and that hour I
tr.-a. pecan tn.. 11%" finlrK.) is you glad an -
tlnw..,''', vln.., aliruhn rinratr"wnodilied Mrs. Frank Wevman is rp..ov..rinifrnl1l tllin kin -
and two nmrfl, mania In her Mokness'and blindness
"If > love flowers, and verv Reaaon fuaalllng. propertytoo Mrs. Adeline M. Dyer will ,rei-lI"n yofi C
.f larpr for pr.a.nt owner. Applv woman does, perhafis a tiny ""nlke!
Valley Oa i>tt... 1-tf to St. Cloud in the near.' future. Her of seeds sent forward by mail may
sister and parents \ 11 come later.' '
;eA FOR PAtjR--Two younir Jarcy1BuII. : $ MrR. llelyrrv Robv *Sifit' Monday under' 'loving ('aTe. tempt a mile
2 marly old.:. n>ou>(h for ....ry...*; .* with Mrn.fVrfeland. more beautiful than its! bloom. -' B16' SALE
r 'Tew nice oitkn and 'cookreM.,( Fcri''WhIt 'a'i. . __ X ,\ ,'; {, j" ?'V..v trulv; '. .BAROAIN'
... "th4a.tOckMr.MIiton,..*rweahornJstrain.; n"rll'nlnll1I. .** eeINCREASE1COST ;- -:- K*! "" .',','. n ;, .. 'JOHNI1yMAl\ I'A.:
1. l'ledg- DUE TO
< f '"P. ; S.Ifthi: ? package does n"t .
./ --s' NEW RATE IS VERY SMALL arrive within two weekj. a letter' will
)()' ncre trnct. Henreil "
stnrt another one tON'
,- '. (flue,n. of lake prettUst front bulldlnir near Kif aUra lnitn In In order that tbe\ public. may know As the Scanhliifht remark" bilitus =: .

tin -Slate Thin. In a ''liurkiiln .1. rMnttocka I lust what' effect, the increase in cr-tics!( h'"e sometimes main- .

.Mt_ Dora, Fl. J7-tf freight(: rates which becniie "fTectivAug tamed that congressionalc'ds do -
-: .:' - 'fith may' be expected! to. hIv i' not produce! crops, but Hftfr this ,
"' WANTED. upon the living expenses cf '' T'\m dcnionst'ntion it cannot be maintained -

ily or individual, statement i 13 riven they da not produce poi-try '
\;: WANTEH who ran--srlxe Man bond with to. tenm....11'1\ of Uat-auto below' showing the increased cost of After all American' life is POOM'y' in TIRES and -w.

, Mnm home Knit' farm product HI ifReft transporting representative articles poetry than in crops. Therefore, .JIJE3SClosing
'14 .1 .' conoem of kind In the.. world of food and clothing from the manufacturing give us bread--and roses, dunmds> .

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$: 118 Wlnona. Minn. IR-Zt Lakeland: Senator Capper and a cold-hl,>odtd .
: One 24-Ib. bag!' of flour from Louis Senator stood this year for /greatly \
aamplfe n copy nd of today th. Florida Tor. a Farmer fr.t' ville. Ky1., to Lakeland' 3Vfc' cents. curtailingr\ if not killing\ this, 'ionry-- ,

3... ". and ockman., published t at Jaek- One peck apples from? Grafton, W. headed fraud," but an indignant ,
aonvllle. Telia about ttveatock rftla- Va., 4% cents. One can (2 Ibs.) House rejected! this effort at jrono-.
( Inar dairying,' poultry, oltrws fruit Banned' fruit md\ vegetables, from myCapper'sVeekly.. .
\ and. 'trucking; weekly at t1.()0. pery ,
.sr-three yeAr for It,00. OnHmentock Baltimore Md. OH mills. One Tb. ,
'r ". and o-eneral farming papei bacon from Chicago, 2% mills. Ono "Causes of Decay in Citruw' Fruits"

1t- .,_In the. ._alata. Write._._._- "'. lug r from Savannah., 2 mills ii the title of tho Florida University '
;'t, WANTED. -M n for dredsrea' steady One lb. fresh beef frt>m- Chicago! 4tnills. Extension Bulletin No. 24. It is ,a Out Stock on the? Following "
t work. good flRY, Rood quarters and One snit (men's' ) from New contribution from -the Buieuu 'of .
f ,. food:' vxefllant chance for pVomn- York city 4 cents. One shirt (men's) Plrnt Industry! ofHhe U. )Department '
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: tlon. Address: The.Arundel* Corporation. from New York city 1 cents. One of Agriculture, in which O F. "
., Miami ". 8StWAKTEr -
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1 _._ ----- pair shoes from Boston Mass., 2 Burger points out the relation of :
> To buy Bung-alow of fir cents. One 'hat from Baltimore, Md., faulty methods' picking, handling -

-, water room and_wer complete,, on paved bath street room Q1vloweat cltv- 3% mills. One ton coal from Birmingham and packing to the subsequent development 4 ,
; price for ca h. AddrrKft rO. Ala.1 95 'cents. of fun!!i and bacteria in p
: ,) Box V<5. fit Cloud. Flu. 8-3t. It wil be noted that the increases. citrus fruits._ '

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