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: October 15, 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: VID00981
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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e. The mayor's ''court was crowded The fall term of circuit court will

Saturday when, Attorney Lewis convene on Monday, October 25,
i THIRTY"SIX'SIGNERS O'Bryan and Councilmen G. W. Fox ,T STEP FOR NECESSARY FUNDS I Judge C. O. Andrew., of Orlando AT SPECIAL SESSION
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were heard on a charge of disorder .. presiding. The following-named jurors -
f ly conduct. The trial ,was the out- have been drawn to serve: -

,Enthusiastic Citizen: Take Hold of come .of an altercation during the Commerce Body Takes Decisive Action 0 ce.Ia County Slated for $500: George Allman. W. M. Adams O. Ballot Boxes Will Be Distributed 0.

, Project to Erect Modern Hornet for meeting previous of afternoon.the city,. when council an on argument the-, Looking Toward Enlargement Ouurnan Proposes To Get *Busy R.Robert Bass Bronson Z. Barager E. E., Brown II. II. Bowen Homer, Low Bid: Candidates' Names Will

New Comers. over the rights 'of office led to .of Present Plant. . Iediately Oa F.... Bass. F. A. Babb, W. H. Cook, W. Be Added To Ballots. -
" epithets of a caustic nature, and the 'Is' -- W. Clark II. A. Cobb P.. J.' Daley

"Start building tomorrow and subsequent fistic exercise was made There was a largeattendance at W. J. Steed, appointed by the national J. H. DeGraw. J. C. GriMn, R. H. 'Xt the special session of the coun-
here's my money!" said one "hurryman. most striking. the meeting of the Chamber of Commerce committee to look after con- I I Hatcher M. A. ughey> P. W. Hall.' ty commissioners held on Monday-
." Mr. O'Bryan entered a plea of Tuesday evening than has tributqnstowards the fund necessary John If. Johnston William II. Kemp- the matter of revising the registration -
"Henfs half my hundred," said guilty 'and was fined five dollars and been usual, land extra seats had to be T another, '(and the balance will be costs. Mr. Fox declared himself not provided-while the entrance con- expenses of the national .campaign Lanicr Wade Lanier Davis Little Kate supervisor of registration and
ready on demand!" guilty pleading that\ in the prelimin- \i tajned numbers anxious to partici-- haft issued the following appeal, William Montsdoca B. C. Miller J the books were viewed considered,
''ft'" one of the best things that aries his assault was merely verbal pate. J. H. Johnston occupied the which IK self-explanatory: A. Minnick J. J. McCranie, S. G. and finally approved by the commis

ever happened to us," said a third and not physical-but the fudge 1 chair and, as always Secretary J. "I have been appointed bv the 'na Parsons, D. P. Raulerson. J. II. Bed- sioners. 'I
'and I'm in favor of incorporating viewed the matter from a different I D. Woodbeck was in place. tional democratic committee chair' ditt E. L. Lesley J. B. Timlnil;), The following were appointed lo
and goint ahead., Here's my money!" angle an\d\ made an assessment of On the matter of the free auto man'of the county finance committeefor Enoch Tlndall. F. P. Wentworth act as inspectors and clerks for the

It was following the adjournmentof $25- and costs. I I camp the committee reported the''' Ostepla county for the purposeof I CREEk general election on Tuesday November -
Chamber of Commerce Tuesday Following the verdict Mr. O'Bryan most suitable site found was a tract i handling the campaign in this SHINGLE CHURCH 2: -
evening. None had gone home. All suggested to his most worthy colleague 'I'on Brack street-a spot) admirably county 'and raising-funds for the use i The fourth District No.1. Kissimmee:

of the twenty-three' whd had each that the fines and costs he '': fitted for the convenience always requisite of the national democratic commit. I for the ICissimmee quarterly conference N. C. Bryan A. S. Reed and Waiter -
pledged his hundred dollars towarda pooled and a fifty-fifty split be made'to I for such affairs. This tract tee. The committee has requested and Shingle Nelson, inspectors; Marion Farmer -
Creek Methodist
Home-Building Club were not which Mr.' Fox agreed; wfttore- I! may be secured by an outlay not ex me to create a county organ izatiojp .held at the latter churches will be clerk.
present but there was a su/Acient upon two checks were issued each cessive itis understood and W. J. and to: appoint such committeeman October :church on Sunday District No. 2. Shingle Creek:
night. 17.
number-augmented by the thirteen for f 17-and the incident was closed. i I Steed was delegated to secure. full and other asxistants in the county as i hold the The pastor will T. E.; hey George C. Bronson andP.
new subscribers do business and Attorney O'Bryan's resignation to''data. in order that the deal may be may be necessary. It has been determined in the' regular preaching service G. Croniartie, inspectors; C. A. '
discuss affairs. the council was returned to marked closed at once. The plan to furnish to create a county! organization -i afternoon and the presiding' Garrett clerk.
, J. M. Johnston was chosen chairman "Not Accepted." Mr. Fox, who also fuel for campers was endorsed and consisting of the chairmanand elder which wrlPpreach at the night service District No. 3. Campbell:

I of the mevting and J. I D. Wood- ,I presented his resignation from the arrangements made for proper supply I vice-chairman in Klssimmee and Revival services will begin at seven-thirty J. H. Weaver. Alex Bronson and:

beck filled the secretary's post-then '' nldermanic body, insisted upon its ',,. if the site is taken. i chairman, and a vice-chairman in [night during the will week be held each Raymond Lanicr. inspectors; E. E. 7
the meeting was thrpwn open for t'onsideration--and it was finally accepted. Sam Lupfer. of the committee previously St. Cloud. following Brown clerk.
general discussion. The object of His successor will be chosenat appointed to look into the "It is understood, of course that conducted invited by the pastor. All arc I District No.4, St. Cloud:
cordially and
1 this organization has been fully told the, next regular meeting matter .of the LaPont 1 Plaque Plant. the national democratic committee is all services. urged to attend : William Landis\ F. B. Kenney and

.. In these columns. Briefly stated the 'i made his report in detail. He and not attempting raise a fund for the I - : P.. E. Morgan. lnSDet'tOrl' : e. F.' ,
aim is to at suitable his associates!' had visited the I Johnson clerk. 1
once secure a plant- purpose of buy in? the election: but (
site for a modern home and oornmence OPENING OF SCHOOLS i of which so few are wellinformedand are needed to defray necessary and ITO District No. 6, Deer Pork: V
!' and complete the dwelling in had been most' favorably Impressed !etritimate expenses The national PAVE TWO BLOCKS W. M. Simmons, Yulee Raulerson
time to be disposed of during the with the importance of the committee through the state and and J. D. Crosby. Inspectors' ; W. H. ,

present season. Conditions favoring I SHOWS MARKED GAINS work now being done. county ,chairman is appealing to the Kempfer. clerk. ';l
, a second cottage will be commencedeven ;I j "Your committee found the Indus- individual nu-mlxMH of the party for WITH WOOD-TEX BRICKIS District No. 6, Kenansville: 'Ii
before the first is completed. try even of greater importance than .such contribution as they feel like S. H. Fertic A. E. Bass and Tom
The demand for homes could not be PRIZE AWARDS MADE' had been expected," said Mr. Lup- :srivinc for the furtherance gf the Lybass, inspectors; Robert Phillips ,,4-
satisfied, it was stated even if a fcr.: "With the orude apparatus' he demo'-tatic campaign NOW IN PROSPECT clerk. I,'
dezcn were turned over in finished has installed from tune to time we "The shape; and while the enterprise is The quickly learned of the powsibilities of countv has been tontativeW fixed at C.. W. Asntoa. L. E. Partin and '
Osceola school
being conducted without hepe of fi- and Kissimmee County Softools High Mr.I aPont'a chief product-and we five hundred dollars, and'hos been Wood-Tex Brick Company Is New Nelson Makinson.' inspectors; J. M. ..
n8n11I1fain( the project draws together second city began learned too, of the several byproducts pro rated as follows: Johnston clerk. '
the citizenry in a laudable Monday the month of the1P2l.lCl2l which will be a still greater "KIii'jn mee and adjacent territo Extremely Busy: Much Bashtesi District)\ No. 8, Narcoossee: \

ambition : term with an enrollmentof factor in building up a payroll As ry. SO."St. Promised From Over Stale. u James Tjson. Robert L. Evans; and .
There will be, ultimately. an incorporation 61)0) pupils which is an increase you know !Mr. Ia Pont asks for a : Cloud and adjacent territory, .., R. Donegan( inspectors; F. W. "
of 50( above the number enrolled at
to the better carry out suitable site for the plant, power and $250. Tor the past several days the Hill. rierk. -
the project--but until such 8 time the same time last woiking year. the water free for-one year, and tax exemption :'The1\ quota! has been fixed as a plant of thin Wood-Tex Brick Comrmny li\t id! No.9. Ijokosee: l'
. all delay will be avoided by a board { nrccmion Everything is with for five' years. In return minimu l1. hut from the fact that Os-, -manufacturers of the "Brick )'.. M. Edris. C. II. Padgett and J. fI
of three trustees who will! hold title J i of clock work and the for this he will have fully fifty on 'ola county has always gone- 'over Beautiful"-have been running at al- B. Owen inspectors; G. C. Miller, '
and look after all details-. I 'chool spirit seems to be of the best the within that time and he clerk.I i
ven to The is with payroll the tOP for the raising of funds for most full capacity\ and there promises ;i ii
the selection and purchase of proper faculty now complete feels confident he will employ double legitimate purposes I feel satisfied i accordine to the information I! District No. 10. Mulberry -Sink: "
he of the science teacherAs
sites.W.. : exceptioi that number. And you know what that Onceola county in this instance''extended by P C, Buttorff manager ]1 E, B. Havens I. N. McNorton and ;
B. :Makinson: J, M. Johnston yet the school officials have been thatpayroll will mean. I believe will go 'over the top' again, and "of the concern, to be no cssaMon In IB. A. Patton., inspectors; B. G. Han- J
. and J, L. Overstreet were selectedas unable to employ a teacher for that that the concession he asks in merited -, will not onlv raise the quota fixed onerat io" Orders are. coming In 'cock, clerk. \
such board. Their decision will position, though every effort is being --and at the same time every hut much more. from various sections of the dnt'>- I I Petitions to have the following \
1 he final\ '* W. J. Steed. Edgar Katz made to do so. safeguard may toe u"l.,1 t to' hold the "It is leijiii'sted, *riat each demo- hut it if the desire of manv Kissim-i names printed on the official ballot i
and Sam I.upfer were appointed to The pupils of the high activities school have i donation till he ha. made good. In rat will realize that this is the nice residents that the \Initial pavement were presented accepted by the I ;

make such collections its were not begun' their organized and fact he will be glad to have it I that campaign of his ,party and win not of this excellent navim; r'1&I -board and filed with the clerk: I
.heir\ debating literary society ,
already paid. { wav n":>it toj I." solicited, hut will con. terial should l"a placed in this city. Jessie D. Klelnmann Justine of the
: Another meeting of the body will i and have already rendered one of the' Mr; l.unfer was followed\ ',. sevrnl {I '.ribute ff much in an individual way 1 To this end pe4itjns/ have been peace, District No.1. f.

lie h( Id at_an early date. j I monthly programs which will be *. Kn*.>ukf>rs who were enthused ,!. his fieun<4 will permit. circulated among prop rly-ownl'rs on T. I.. Comer for county judge. I 1.

. "Id !throughout. . the year.! . over tru- proposition. and the. matte- I "Th.*'4>VjH>ni7.ation appointed for that part of Possiel avenue between |I J. 1). Harris for tax assessor.
; A juna 'wiiI>Q luiseu! 10 buy new was dimHimrad from several I iinglqK; JvHsimnnie und adjacent territorv is Fifth strettt and the railroad praying Laura Le., for superintendent .,4

COSTOFFUELTANK 'looks for the library This year. This In conclusion the old 1 committee was If I. Stout. chairman; !Mrs. Willa that proper slaps may be immediately public instruction. .;.
l'ill! lie done the Hale of ice,
bv cream/
l with Hhnni and C. F.. C. H. for sheriff
I discharged M Steed vicechairman."If taken looking to the paving of Funk
ones' on Tuesday and Friduv of eachweek. J. H. McPh.iMiM and( H. M. Minnie for school board j'
Two school will bo.anpomted Yowcll I' individuals or organizations I that section of the citv\ It is under-- Barber , -
high girls
Breaker were appointed t-o bring have stood that Use needed District No. 3. .
REPORTEDBY EXPERT to take of this collected any money for the national quota of signatures i /- -
charge matters to the final plume.' has been J. I. Gumming for justice of the- .
,: Male and the results promise committee it is requested! that secured, and that
, many Prior to adjournment to meet next 'such funds be tuined over to the,: tl>e legal action will be immediately peace District NO. 3. ;,
: Analyses' of Cost of Tank for Municipal now eaehed volumesas the $15 the has already Friday evening J. J. McCranie was committee representing such terri ,' taken. The brick will be laid under I i W. L. Davis, for county commissioner ;' I
' 'adopted as the youngest member of tory in order that the quota the writ lien 'Agreement that should for District No. 2.
Fuel Tank Leave The which awardedas apportioned
$120.43 pictures were
the commercial body- I The clerk was instructed to advertise "
there be found
/ may bo- properly credited. I any perceptible wear '
prizes to the grades making the ,
" For Labor. Unplaced and Unitemised The committeemen in turn will shown after six months of steady for bids for the distribution of
largest sale of advance tickets\ to the REVIVE NATIONAL GUARD ballot boxes and the official contract -
there will be j -
transmit such money toWilbur W. use no charge made for %
A. E. who has been making art exhibit, last year, have arrived, ,' the material ,i for that work 1 Is to be turned
Thomas ind will\ be hung at an early d' i examinations of the several over to the,lowest responsible bidder.
The first prize was won by Miss /" by him to the national democratic! thatthepavlnl'lIhsll be done in I ,
funds of the city has completed his Cecilia Overstreet's grade a sectioni The meeting of Kissimmee Chamber committee." I proper manner. Me.:: Buttorff feels "

. brief data regarding the expenses i f the fourth; the second by MissWouldridge's of Commerce Friday evening was I justified he asserts. in making the
attendant the construction of I trial full
upon I two 'ears-but adik that STREET PAVING PLANS
. grade a section of the of unusual importance for the noirit f"
the tank for of the six months will
use municipal I I -ighth. ,and the third by Mrs. F. CEdwards' of optimism which prevailed and JUDGEJ.M.CHENEYTO I bring the actual i
flight" and water plant ( grade of the fifth. The the enthusiasm shown by the incli- proof the sooner. 1
: The report shows that material Northern capitalists are becoming i WILL CONTINUED r
copies selected as prizes were: First vidu _members all seemed indicativeof j
,. cost $775.41 of which there was interested in this "everlasUng"! paying -
Derwentwater second priw an of greater prosperity for
,':;, $85.26 not used but diverted to other prize ; Kissimmee.era SPEAK MONDAY 'NIGHT ; material, and there have been i!
Ann Hathaway Cottage, and third
.If net cost of material several forwarded no-'m.
leaving a samples im-
use, { to Kissimmee assured of
': priz*. The Law. The room was fairly crowded dur- --- I
..,-. of $600.15. Labor took 464.08 Other pictures which were' secured ing the evening and the men who Judge: John M. Cheney, republican!portent firms engaged in the paving having reached a solution of the ".,:
total of business
cost cities.
'. making a $1,154.23. by the pupils are Gleaners Horse made up this attendance were the candidate for U. S. Senate against I I large Experiments street paving problem which baa \
; Under the caption of "labor" Mr.Thomas' of nature have been made with -- "I
Fair. Water Gate Prosperity, Cat'representative business men of the ion Duncan U. Fletcher, the pre- every been vexing the city fathers since I
J' report iterfiizes: "Joe Butler and Kittens, Aurora, Sewing School, city. ent incumbent, will speak from the i this product.-and replies from all ,the State Bank doors- were closed in .
$114; city men, $$229.15"-a total Dance of the Nymphs, Engineering, It seemed to be the concensus of I band stand on Broadway next Mon-' sources are' a unit in words' of approval June. for the contract was signed ,. '.1.1I
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r' of 343.15: leaving $120.92 unac- Age; of Innocence, Children ,of the I opiaion that a building campaign day night at 730. and commendation. The Wood- I Friday with the Adams-Evans Company ., r
It ooanted for. Mr. Thomas' Tex to revolutionize '
' report Shell. Hailing the Ferry and Sunset should be instituted here and the output promises for the completion of the section :
'ttntains: also the notation that no the paving prl\sition-ellpedally )
in South Kissimmee
Glow. i I plan of interesting outside capital I II I a f
.;::: Item of the account give I' throughout the south-because ef
expense Athletics at the school) will not be I was favored. AFTER ENJOYABLE TOUR: 'strip of paving in the Cape Breeseaddition. ," :
l the name of A. J. MacDonough, enainHw. its points of -
i vantage.
many 1-
neglected this year. Basket ball (, of optimism which prevailed and I .
as having received anything I
Iif': from the fund. courts are being fitted up for the vidual members all aeemed indicativeIt Declaring that Florida this season LEFT FOR JACKSONVILLETO I This company had the original
" boys and girls also, and tin unusually was shown that through the was to see a greater influx of tourists contract for paving these streets aa4! -
'-J.: : large number are showing an interest 1 workings of a Building and Loan Association than ever before Mr. and Mrs. SECURE EXHIBIT SPACE the work was well along when the ,

I in the game and are coming out properly organized and lea Wetherbee have arrived at their leaving funds were' tied up in the de-
4 to practice. This will probably re- |strongly supported there wourd be home here-having made the round- I County Agricultural Agent L. H.i I ifunct State Bank.
! Progress Notes ult! in class games. I la desire upon the part of many to trip by automobile to Wellsboro\ Wilson left for Jacksonville lost ev- 1! The reeent; bond election, however.

... -FROM- .. Prof. A. II. Fillers in speaking of ultimately own their own home- Pennsylvania The log of the trhl pre cuing; to confer with the state fairi I provided for the issuance of special
the outlook for the schools expressed with the result that the needed increase sents a long list of detours, missing authorities regarding the booth for flaying refund notes to the amount of -
t.t..i..i. Chamber of Commerce himself as gratified with the opening -J in housing facilities would be bridges, impassable highways and the coming fair. He was accomntf- $27,246.36 to carry on the work4

.,\ month, which is indeed auspi- gradually supplied: Yet a certain still more detours. There was no attempt nied by Pat Johnston, who is taking According the contract signed
,' cious of a. successful year's work. delay in decisive action must of necessity made toward a record run_fc an active interest in the dinnlav to at the council meeting Friday, the v- ,
,: Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Barker, of San ----- i occur and it was evident thati their return trip. occupied some sixteen ,be made by Osceola county. It is the> paving company guarantees to complete "
I Francisco, who arrived in the city a WEKIVA ASSOCIATION MEETS i no home would be completed in time days; and on their entire jour- desire of those who are standing behind the paving on Clay street from I

,H few days ago, have decided to locate AT ORLANDO NEXT WEEK for occupancy; this season. ney they camped in ten states. Like this movement for a display. at the southern limits to Bermuda avo-
" here and have purchased ploperty. Following the discussion of this all others who have essayed the trip that fair to undertake a show*"* h-' nue; Bermuda avenue from Clay
t' ,They had previously registered .t the The Wekiva Baptist Association of I subject, E. D. Katz suggested that it between Wpycross and Jacksonville will make this county stand high in street to Penfield avenue; and Pen- t

'!. Chamber of Commerce rooms and which the Kissimmee church of that would in no way interfere with making they report a most troublesome run the lists-therebv gaininir a ..ubl'- field avenue from Bermuda avenue >,
.t. \ following a few days spejnt in other denomination are members. will hold up _a small local buildiag and -in many c: ses it having been city which will be resultive of gain to Clyde avenue. This will completethe r
f" sections of the state returned to its annual meeting at Orlando on ,I loan* association which could begin found necessary to form the cars to Osceola. both .Hirert'v ..'i.t bell hard surfaceing of O ceola'. .ecri ,f';

\ make Kissimmee their home. October 20 and 21, Wednesday and j' operations with little delay.. In fact into gangs tor the purpose of mutual rectly. FuN details will be given i tion of the Dixie Highway. )jil.

;I' ," Now for a "Trades Day" in Kis- Thursday, of next week. This meet- Mr. Katz proposed that stock be sub- help. Mr.. Wetherbee feels confident.upon the return. of these workers. In Cape Breeze addition Drury '
I' ..Immee.'W Ing will eslebrate the 56th anniversary -: scribed in 1100 shares for the par- that Kissimmee* will have her shareof -- - avenue will be paved from Broadway :
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Moyes. of Oklahoma of the organization. I pose of building bungalows at the the winter tourists-provided some THE BEST WAY TO BUILD UP A to Neptune Road, and as much further ".

1' City registered Monday'at Among the attractive features will earliest possible date. and he offeredthe way found to care for them. TOWN I as the brick now on hand will ,
.t, the Chamber ol'Commerce reoma. be the annual sermon by Dr. W. E. first $100. Mr. Katz' suggestionwas : cove r.The. '

They are delighted with Florida and j Murphy: 'report on Education. Prof. heartily endorsed '.by the meeting 'CENTRAL DRUGSTORE The best way to build up a town I! paving company will receive :
"'. have been looking over property hi"Kissimmee E. J. Blocker and subscribed [the of $32,221,85 in full
; report on Religious twenty-three men : HAS NEW PHARMACIST is to stand by every man in the I sum pay-
I'j;. with a view of making Literature. Dr. W. T. Hudley; reporton for shares in the proposed company. I place who does right. Whenever a''(meat, the 6065.96 already received ,

t _beir home here. Missions. Dr. J. D. Adcock; report The chair appointed W. J. Steed.E. J. J, McCabe: who has been con- man is doing well do not tear him by the company on the paving contract '
':, "Watch Kisaimmee Grow" is Secvretary on Orphanage Mrs. E. R. :. D. Katz and H. C. Stanford a I nected with the Rockmart Drug I down. All residents should be part- i, to be deducted' from this'amount /';
:. Wloodbeck's slogan. Dong-las; report on Nominations committee to solicit more stock and Company of Rockmart Georgia I ners. not opponents. In all livelii leaving a total due the comI ;
-,, !, E. L. Pherigo came up from Miami I IJ. W. MatcheM; report on State Re- W. ,B. MAkinson A. Rosen and A. E. but comes to this city direct from i hoods the more business rival I 'i panT for the completed work, $27- '
,'f Senday to visit relative, Mr. and I your '
1vltrs. I digest of church letter Rev. Fosdick a committee' to Ucate 168.89. ./
a the West Drug Company at Tarpon I, does the more you will do. Every j I
/. . John Pherigo, on Aderhold O. B. Falls; Memorial report Rev.J. soluble lot for the location of the Springs-may now be found atthe business man who treats his cuato.seers 5 etreet.if J. Farmer. building.! I city's notes at and accrued Interest -
,I Central Drug Store. Although Mr. honestly, courteously.and fairlywill i, par
, .', --- i One afternoon session will be de. M. B. Carson. former captain in to furnish the blank bond .
CHIEF OF POLICE NOW i I McCabe is a young man he will be get his share. and the more, ; .
{ voted to the women's work, report I the U. S. army. called the attentionof found to have had much experience business than can be secured by united and to pay for the legal opinion on .
W. eUSPLENPENT IN REGALIA en the B. Y. P. U. and Sunday schoolactivitieR the meeting to an article printed the bonds.
-<<- k in his line of work, and oomes to the efforts, the better it will be for \
'-;j I Tb* most attractive personage in ; while a young peoples' I in the Gazette relative to the workof Central with high words of favor all. When a town ceases to grow it Messrs. Gilliapie and Pierce. iof

;t," tke city at the present time la Chief meeting will .be given Thursday ev I, the government in rehabilitating from hi* former associates. He is *. begins: to die, and the more people, Jacksonville represented the pavincompany /{ '
ening. the national guard. Mr. Carson stated at the meeting and stated 4
.. '01' Police-<' Tyson-because hinnew registered pharmacist of much ability try to kill each //other's business m
There are thirty churches In the he believed of Kissimmee's to representative of The Gazette
many a
': ;.jend perfect-fitting uniform is and the management of the their town the more readily will ut
1f. ; Wekiva association and it is expect. citizens would join a i if. one that as soon as the bonds were
company pharmacy feels assured that he will ter ruin come to all. Stand togetherfor
of all The
'the ,
'f' : cynosure tbe gold-braid-irimmed eyea. hat brightatar. and ed that this meeting. will be largely I were organized here. He stated that I make new friends for the establish the advancement of every citizen. :cleared the work on the paving would ,
,., ; attended in event a full company, that is, 250 If ahows to begin. and would be pushed to iJMt
ment. a ability
-the general-I make-uo of the entire _ _ _ _ the prosper .
men. enlisted regular annual earliest possibleconclusion..
pay do not pull him back through jealousy
lends both 4I
dignity and
regalia fK' The world have been made ,
may would amount to I
$86,000, and a i A small flashlight has been inventd or weight i him down throughcold
''to the official in whose hands lie the,
safe for democracy but the autoi smaller Union Center -
enlistment of
' be the I for attachment to a broom to indlff.rence.-DeLand Record. F B. Harvey,
1' peace!: and dIgnity the entire city. I driver takes the same old chance at i same in proportion. This, he pointed !light up dark corners while sweep- --. ,--- { spent Thursday morning In town OBI ,
MBd he carries his honors well. I railroad i I
1I crossings. I '
: I (Continued on Rare' Ffva) I I ing. Watch Kisaitnmee Grow. business. .


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.. /,,, r..i ]j,1' \\ ..I"'r" I..""I' Tl'.i'' '\ . . I It: "r ti.e f'. .. -- ---- .1 'lii< "iin.ii' this t ja' l.i-i > ..ulff Instant Postum with
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.> Tin- Kiimriiec i \ iP--\, Ca/i; "n. at K.- mineili.m l ).t I III" !.'.. rti.-i' ,im-n',
__: :: Style Headquarters fop, 101' ri-riioval to that city wimade last week when: hiren'erl. :> I I I..ouv'I i everybody. ,
I I.-. r. and ,In and }his\ wife and daughter ,left !Palm I! yrstvrday .- !
I I'o ,tide I,,p, 'their. permanent residence, in their new home I I #'''
I 'horn'' ha' iint| the Tost'. .j.' III:- thousands of adm.r" rs and readeis, nere's :-1'
.Yowell--Drew CO.Orlando' 'f "Some I.lIwt :Night'Thought1: : ." will, rind. this :uinuunthu' 'nt 'L. In- re- : J a Reason"i
I ir''mint with an incredulous/ gasp, and their, ilMties-, tlu' hi 'W no ni"r-'
i 'member, of t the Tout family is not greater than that of 1 his- ascot 'lute.s (mU for ? II ;"
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Store newtpaper"Thorn"' "
Largest Q
M,s ? : is the liumanest. man that aver lived. Hi. t'goruus'> perwnalily I I INSTANT'I I
Quality Did /tin ; his abounding Mtality of mind and body, his all-cmhrncinir sympathy : Sold by grocers ..
I 'nol understanding, and his remarkable capacity for fi, ...nd"h.1';* and condemns ) OSTUMJ
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: were exhibited day by day in his contact with his associates as I everywhere .
they were daily illust.. I ateil in department, of wit .tnd philosophy I A BEVERAGE II
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tr Mm retirement from the staffof the Post is a great Ions to this newsmper. i '" .. ."--or xd.. .' to his column that many readers turned first of all, and it Made by : I""
44444 i4444d' "" 044-0 44.4444 i"""""" >.c.oY..o..o.S Y4fr: W-HM the only' department of the paper that many renders never mill.-..,!. Postum Cereal Co.Inc.. i i 1'' "" .urn, C;;;;l i.Company. ." '
He was the beht known man on the paper for Im fame+ widespread, I It'rtain : I nil Co f.IB N( t
Battle Creek.Mich. ..
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i !-' that The 'Kill immee Valley Gazette is in for u tug jump in circulation : I ,
Bargains t I for "Thorn's Thoughts" IK a feature that if a happy habit of to<,
e many persons to !I". wholly deprived of."Thorn's" I
services to'Palm Beach to the of
county were equal sum I
:111 Acres fronting on bnik I road 2 mile" from town; 28 acre
his' versatility and great indust-y. Day in and day out for ten year the
cleared and fenced good five room house $4,000. total of million of words
; "Thoughts" written
were making a literally ---- -- --- ---- -- ..
He is a giver of fame and a maker of reputations-and always of good ,
One of the best business lots in town. Fronts on Broadway.- reputations, for he is kindly of thought. He immortalized "Annie," and, ,,

5-roont modern house with large lot; nice shade and several he did, for "bacon" more than Shakespeare did. His wit, drove ncjrroo ': That Cold With
F off Banyan street as far hack: as49'No! man or organization that Kill
fruit trees, close in. Price $2f>00 for quick sale.
$ j
"OuR-ht to advance a public interest failed to seek "Thorn' aid in "Some

40 Acres 2 miles from town, on brick; fenced and cross fenced Last Night's Thoughts" for he gave to the hubje oublicity, wit and sound logic. ILL:4
fruit land 4-room house pungent )(I
into three field. 20 cleared good
; acres ; ; The .Kissimmee Valley Gazette has achieved) art-asset of great; value I
$2,600. and Kissimmee has secured more than a man and a family for "Thorn" !,
institution in himself. In Kissimmee and The Gazette there will '
'is an on
7-room modern house. lot, nice $ ,500. !
corner garage ,
he field for his great versatility "Thorn" is a newspaper man of the type I CASCARA QUININELi
.hat the best traditions of the old era. A practical printer versed ,
835 Acre Ranch, one mile Jake front; one of the best improved preserves ,
n the niceties of the trade capable of putting in type his own compositions '
i inches! in the state. _ writers clever writer of catchy fr dNo
now a rare accomplishment of ; a FOR "
40 Acres 4 miles from town, nice young budded grove, and and compelling advertisements; a "mixer" capable of bringing business toMs 'Cold.., Combs 'QQK O '. Grippe :t
and news-writer equal to any'demand him
a upon
paper 1
about 200 young nursery.trees. ; 4-room house, $4,000F . "Thorn" I is of those who. would have resident '
.. \I'' I, one rare spirits every Neglected Dangerous ,.. 1 I
If the place of his dwelling his friend and be the friend of every resident I
/ YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL, SEE, !His associates on the Pout are not fully advised of the reasons for his !I Tak no cbaacco. Keep this standard remedy handy for lh. first (n.exa.Breaks .

change of residence and employment; it is suspected, however that he I up a car- in J4 hourr-Reliov.s
-hoose\ that field where, on a weekly paper and in a community of Ki simI I Gnppe in 3 day*- _.c..*ont Ic-r Headache
{ NELSON REALTY CO. uee's population there was wider field for the exercise of his professional''ulentn in this form does not affect the head-Caacara is t-t Tonic .
J and his personal qualities than where the needs of specialization Quinine Lavauve-No Opiate in Hill'3.
restricted and confined him.
His employers and his associates on the Post would have "Thorn" ALL DRUGGISTS: SELL IT
have what he likes, whatever that is, for he deserves well.-Palm BeachPost
OOOOOt.o.ooooo ooooooo ooooooo oooOOttoo Sunday,. October 10.

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t ..ooooooooo oooo i444444i04l MRS. INGRAM HOSTESSAT I cream and cakes. I 0400'"OO'OO"OO'OOO.OOOOOOO OOOOOO O.
LOVELY BRIDGE PARTY During the evening the following )
program was rendered: I
Osceola County Mrs I L, II. Ingram was a charming Selections by the orchestra; reading .
hostess Monday afternoon, giving a by Miss I-eah r/lorg! : vocal '
lovely bridge party for the Monday solo by Miss Eliaobeth I Warinp, accompanied -
afternoon club ana\ few friends at on the piano by Mrs. f* ]I
Tax Notice her home on Mabbette street. O. Nelson; piano solo by Miss Ethel'''i /? 5. FLOYD I
At the conclusion of a series of Wilder; cornet solo bv Walter Griffin .
S Miss Elizabeth
games: Mrs. II. C. Piano was presented accompanied by
with the club prize a pretty Waring; reading, little :Morrell Lup- .
picture. Mrs. P. C. Buttorff made I fer; reading by Mrs. J. E. I.nnfi'r; I
nigh score for the guests and received piano solo by Miss Ethel Wilder; 'I Groceries and .
i a convenient writing set. selections by the orchestra.The .
Notice is hereby given that the The card tables were spread with I class netted $24 from its! I
dainty lunch cloths ana, a salad social. This will be the nucleus fora

dd'' tax books of Osceola County will be i course was served with hot choco- I in fund the church to furnish as a parlor.the class. room II Fresh Meats ,

late.Mrs.. gram's guests included:
open for collection of State and County I Mrs. C. I). Cole Mrs. Holmes Prath- To remove bilious impurities: in the
t er. Mrs. J. I). Woodbeck Mrs H. C. system and be made internally clean I
Piano; Mrs. George Gardner Mrs. and healthy you need the fine toni1 I We are carrying a nice lice of
taxes f for the year 1920, on November Howard Anderson Mrs P. C. But- and laxative properties of IIerbine.I
torff. Mrs. W. H. Boice Miss Frances It acts quickly .<".' thn-o"-'''v P-<- Gardner's Famous Cakes.

z'' first. I am now ready to fur- Bay Starbird Mrs, Mrs.E. E.Alderman Wells Mrs.and Mrs.Roy 60c.,. Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy.*

Fresh Pure Toothsome Inexpensive
George Sigler. The American people paid $(;.410.-
nish estimates of these In
taxes. 284,894 in taxes during the fiscal:
We are proud of the confidence doctors year ended June 30, 1920. This is Phone 176 302 Broadway
the havein
druggists and public ..
annual tax collection .
writing for please furnish complete Fever Tonic. adv. the largest
; L same 666 Chill and made by the Bureau of Internal Revenue I
: since its establishment in 1862SAVED .
a of
legal description your prop-

The Hart Memorial building was HIS HORSE 1 04.... !._ .. .O..O.v._ _ . . . vv. __ __ __ __ ___._._. ___.V_ _0 _._ .9._ _ ______ __ ______
erts and enclose stamped envelope the scene of a merry social event
Friday when the ladies of the Dor- -4t'
Sunday Mr. R.: I-. Mcintyre of Altoona, I
class of First Baptist
for reply. A discount of :2 per cent cas school .entertained the their friends witha Ala., says: "Dr. LeG'eur's Antiseptic :3EE17sS::
social. Henling Powder quicklv healed some

will) be allowed on all taxes paid ; \ :Mrs measuring guests Elizabeth: hut no one Waring'-gamed: receivedthe admittance any bad wire stranger cuts to on my find horse.the slightest I defy' Plant Martin's good Hy-Test results. Seed for ,. CITY

Garden & Field seed for Fall Plant- .
the on him.
till Jim Griffin applied scar
w during the month of Novl'tl1 her. I tape measure to ascertain 'the asked"Tleight to, saved Dr. LeGenr's this valuable Advice animal.and Remedy He I I' OatsRyeBarieyRape.New ing.'Seed . MEAT MARKET
: for each and every one was
, nickle for foot in lengthwith : warns you not to leave a wound. 1 Crop Turnips Cabbage EggPlant .
pay a every
C. I L. HANDY an additional tax for each added scar or cut exposed! but to dust on1.eGenr's 'I Pepper Beans.
I and Onion Sets.Largest and
: inch. This pleasing initiation Dr. ; Antiseptic,, Healing I Pens Potatoes Fresh Mea.t
\ established seedI
anil oldest
invited Powder which instantly forms an !

;: "Collector.42bt : I ceremony to join over a fishing the guests party were and tryungler's I healthy antiseptic, and promotes 1 I I Send for house Fall in catalog the State and Seed j I i VegetablesPhone

the luck on improvised fish
i (\ pond Mrs. Mat tie Bell Siever In his. 28 years of Veterinary special. i I
v +00000000 .00.0..0 ooo 44. Mrs J. n. Jeffords and, Mrs. T. C. Practice, and Expert: Poultry Breed |I E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. |, 44 !
C ,. ,Watson presided over this. feature of ing. Dr. 1 I.eCear has compounded Jacksonville, : : : Florida
- --- the entertainment and rewarded each remedy for every curable ailment of -

In all malarial countries the popular Rub-My-Tism is a powerful antiseptic fisherman with a catch which proved Block or poultry. Whenever they require Estimates of wheat crops of Argentina ""1
.'l, remedy is Ilerbine. People. find ; it kills the poison caused fron I to be a ' containing somusefulor n remedy, it will pay you as South Africa and Australia Rub-My-Tism Is a great pain killer \.
I it a good medicine for purifying the infected cute, cures old sores, tetter, fanciful article it did Mr. Mlclntvre!'\ to purchase show those countries will produce 28 relieves pain and soreness caused t
and warding off the disease etc.-adv. Mrs. O. B. Falls Mrs. Jim Griffin frrm your dealer the proper Dr. Le.
system I ner rent more wheat' in 1920: thanin by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, I \
I Price OOc. Sold by Roberson's Phar :Mrs. I. C. Royal, Mrs ('. II. Gran- Gear Remedy on a satisfaction or 1919. etc.-adv. '.
.; macy. *. Quit your knocking. them and Miss Susie Bell served ice money back guarantee.! .
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: \ . oral for 'their kind words abOut my. Constipation. I W. R. CRAWFORD .**STS 't..:
aclf-at the same time I feel 'an Most laxatives and cathartics afford
.. TAPPING'TO' THOUGHT TANKBy apology is due the readers of The only temporary relief and I ATTORNEY-AT.LAW .
.. ,. _. Gazette- for devoting *o much spate should be used only for that purpose. Offlcee;; s/; e..6, and OsceoU 1
1t this week to myself.. At first I'I When y4u want' permanent relief I Bank ,
;' JUDGE 'THORN, thought 1 was coming: among strang I take Chamberlain's Tablets and be Building.KISSIMMBE, !
: j f era but I find that I've been as warm careful to observe the directions with FLORIDA
,' I ly- received as a Methodist presiding ; each package. 'These tablets not on ?
-. Good mornin', tIJlks'1! }elder' at a home where they've sold ly move the bowels, but Improve the 'Pat ,Johnston a. P. OARR&T I
: t-x-t't: 'all l the yellow-legged fowl*-except appetite and .strengthen the digestion. JOHNSTON & GARRETT'ATTORNEYSATYAW I I
And, d' yoi know, it' is all up to the cullll: 'an', .by heck, !I'm! like the! 1-
you whether or not it 'Us; a "good, lad who made his noon meal off dried Offices '10, 11 and 12, Osceola'Band'' :'
applet and fear.ed to take drink (of If you have anything to ..11. trade
John M.Cheneyof mornngT"t :J:-X-t :t water) till) the next day. I'm writ or exchange try an "ad"'10 our classified Building: / 1
Just as soon ah I find my running-i ing Annie today that I like Kissini- column. KISSIMMBE. FLORIDA

: gear so Choked;< with carbon of sourness mee fine...and things are now taking --- --- - -- -----. -- :.. '- -- --- -- ,
that my compression is weak new life, as the man murmured when 'I,
I'm going to hunt the undertaker the worm pre-empted the spot where .
I \ look him over very carefully, andsay 1 he bit into the apple.
Orlando : "Here, Bill, pet my measure :t -X-t: t Established 19O6
right away; I'm !{going to junk jpiy-1'Yo' Never. Can Tell )
self!" ,I Tampa Times says: "Your credit & CO. .
:t :t-X-1: : t I is good if your name is in the tele- J. ;
YasHum! ]phone directory." How comer I've -
:1 I: t-X-J: t I 11 seen many a poor kick have his telephone ORLANDO, FLORIDA -. '.
Thin column is mine. It isn't sup I spiked because he was shy on :
Republican Candidatefor ] posed la be sensible. There'll be odds 1 the first day of the month: And, Specialists in Sprays. Sprayers and :
and ends-with more odds than ends. again, and once more', suppose the Spraying'i
As I become the better acquaintedwith i fellow is honest-just like me: when
you-and with me-I I 1 he gets his .
you fancy telephone bill' paid he of
] you'll be able to see what I am driv-may i not have the mazuma with Manufacturers 'fl
I ing at. I't I Which to tickle the Times. We will
:t:-X-:t: :t j: I I'all now rise and chant: SCHNARRS SPRAY FORMULA "J
I met Charlie Griffin a few days ", There's: something fluctuating in the
United States Senator :i ago enroute to visit Miami. Charlie lovely world of ours_ for WHITE FLY end SCALE crs. .f
looks so much like Bill Bryan thatI I That's cash!
felt like attempting to borrow six Though you whisper o'er the tele- To avoid substitutes .e.'that
teen from one--out all' the prospect phone, or tell the tale with SCHNAXtS appears on every barrel 1
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yielded was one cigaret and sixteen flowers
timely bits of advice. I'm not goingto That's
Order direct or from our Winter Haven Branch, or through any !
enumerate the sixteen. hints he Some- men they say are "Good as
gave me but gradually) I'll get to it. srold" -yet gold sometime of the following: .. I'
Will speak from the Bandstandin t :t-X-It: decamps; .
If there's one thing more than another And the iron dollar stored away Fort Myers Warehouse, For Myers Gulf Fertilizer Co., Tara 1
that I dislike, well-to be I lights no electric lamps ,
E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co., JacksonvilleOr :
I frank, it's a grouch. There is enough Emulate your Uncle Sammieyouknow
heartache and real sorrow in this little when you buy stamps through as.ociations! affiliated with the Florida Citrus Exchange, commercial .
world we are running through on That's cash!
I "I"i| high without having any extra sob- ,
stuff shoved off upon us by a man 66/5 has more imitations than any
I Write us for copy of Schnarrs.Spray Book, t
who wonders why in thunder he is other Chill'and Fever Tonic on the
and Cttnplete Price Llat
permitted to live to see others enjoy market, but no one wants imitations. .ScblUUT. t
themselves. They are dangerous things In the

:1 t-X-: :t medicine line.-Adv. fitat* PUlributora I Information In ......... to '
I Hundred Yearn Apart N I ACARA control I J
Young man arrested at Pt-nsacola President Wilson has issued a proclamation I Soluble Sulphur Compound CITRUS INSECTS ,
on charge! of bigamy admitted that I requesting' :' that December! WILLIAMe AND DISEASES t ...
he had a wife at Momocville, 21, 1'tJO]! : the tercentenary. of the SKERWIN- lv.
I"ama, while' he wan residing at Ala'i(landing of the Pilgnms! he approp I pry Limebulpliur cheerfully nfol

tur:>-, Florida, with number two. Heeemtd riaU-ly celebrated thtoughout the t

Monday Night Oct. 1 18 : '.He, probably tit think figured it he was was all entitledto right. country. _

a newife every Cl'nlurY--'n'l I h. __
ierned: if I don't ifforc'n half aglet i.
with him. "a""ul11.
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at 7:30: o'clock (;uesx He :Meant It
:Man told m> on Monday that !
.'Kiimmee is now getting down to I To obtah profits (; citnus
}tiu, "ine-s ,and I font tintime wil'flow :
( with J'l.n.j \'ir| <>i '" As 1'i. I : |UM nriiMil "in your fair ('ity"I
I felt that I knew what lie was, hint I' rather than for
;ingat r .nil I imirinuied, suiter, la"l-I| growers ;
1"k" : "'I 111,inkou.. sn': .1 1 feel jou'lefht'
All are Cordially Invited (! 'I'lut wt', t n'tIn""' icosonh\. I tl
-o.. "-In nl 1 look' --o t <>' peeved at : I
inw was it, really'.' 11I'1 I It'Y speculators in their products -

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I If mm moisir; cnriei-tU I I I
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to Hear Him 1 'nold fmiiil AlIlIB'Ir one of the. i
'hit' HIM" tii lift himself,, out of the'1 ': is the function ol the f

('UP'", 1..1 1 ('In.s. live had! a p.n'l j !
!n.nt (I'. hatevethit( Pits lit that :
Ii:. "'imp) for dolling herself up in clever i i
.., :"md! attrac tive s.';-le till Adurn, driven Florida Citrus' Exchange k kMeinhenhip
4== 4 ,is, nio--t of us are to despi'i.ition" took
her he mt the latest mode from the I
'''ig Fashion Folks, ins? and told her \ I
she cim'd! I lI"el it "or leave it alone'!"
in the Florida Citrus Exchange require J
And E\p concluded to leaf it alonet .
All White Persons Interested : -X-:t: t only the ability to co-operate. No initiation fees, !
Undue Familiarity no membership.di*s. For!information: ,consult the r'' %lHCITHUS A \t I
Do you know "hesitate to 'call one manager" of nearest aaaoriation<< or tub-exchange, or m mmiffJLm CXCH* '*,,1Jq--y
s I t of those Johnston l lads "Pat "
yet write to the business at Tampa.
: folks tell me it's all right* what
i' : H in the Election of ; ia>- a pOO' girl to do? Those who ..
know him: tell me he stalls if the .

I "rick" ,added-and I'm not going _- ------ -- .,-- _
to ma a ''t " please nnvone. -

If he were a Rotarian 'twould ------T .....
11.-1"I i thpre's a diff between u I
& : Floridan!: and u Kotnrian- hour'1 __ .J (
Harding CoolidgeRepublican
ne < nTiake some mighty good! '
-amp'es'! of the latter but of the fOI'- i-
Tier drama f 3ir .
t ::-X- : .
I..bh1'" irn :\ Week ,
the Ocala Star
Say- :
We are- sorry to see that
W. I.. Thorndyke, alias The iced Business manACT
Candidates "T1:'o n." has gone from, the
Palm Beach Post to The Ki,,- j ;!f
smiriee Valley Ga/ittc. The I ..
reason of our rro\vness is ONE. Our hero.
GOES OUT of hi. lite. ,
for that we read the Post sevenclays /t '"
in the week, and The I r WALKS ih'uis sleep. FOREVER. f;
I G..zette onN> once. ii. ) t I . .
When I get my bearings we'll\] see S AND IDLY trolling. ." ;'
what can be done The AND ONE fine day. ?
on mak'rig .
President andVicePresident Gazette more frequently. And then I PAST THE )hint
: still more so again. But I thank the I I OUR HERO U caught. V ft.

Star. The.'e is a field i for "'Teat..r'hUllin's" IN PHILADELPHIA.
I t; here-and Progress and . PASSING THIS money. .
Push are half-brothers to Pluck andPep. I. 18 TOUCHED by a itranger. il
When we get firmly cemented ACT FOUR.. Our. hero wake, .
then'll be more publicity.. Yassum.t I ACT TWO. Our hero. -
IF t - - :t . AND TELLS. the. "orl I'm Becoming Worried LEARNS FROM the tnarer
.... THROUGH THE bar .
I'f. Says the Lakeland Telegram: . .
W L. Thorndyke, whose A SPLENDID war. ;
t I column under the signatureof . OF HIS .Atlanta. sell
are requested to "Thorn" in the Palm TO MAKE money. *
Beach Poet has been extensively . THAT UNCLE. .SameIS moos.
. I quoted throughout the AND HE makes lots of !t.
meet at they state, has accepted a position . LIKE the blend.

;, 4 t. with The KiHsimmee BIG BALE of !L OF THOtt'elganlts. ..
I Valley Gazette: and will devote . .
I t his best efforts in the AND THE curtain fan.
y I II' I future to booming hustling '! , . THATSATISFY". .
town of TheGazette ON SCENES e
Kissimmee luxury.
Council Chamber i is to be congratulated . IT CANT be. oop'-. L !

I' I upon securing'! his servI ACT THREE.. Our hero.
I ices *
I The press throughout the state MAKES MORE. money. THE TnrHih tAteeeo la i Oi...... ,
seems to be determined to tell it with is root Turkish, not eomtterfcit.
: flowers. All I need now is a pairof AND THE plot tbJckenr \ The Domestic (Is the best 4
, H TUESDAY NIGHT slippers with rosettes on 'em and AND THE dart leaf motley can bay. And the blend
I'll feel like the Queen o' the May. . Is a ent-tt cant be eot'1ed.MYSTERIOUS -
t t-X-:t :J I: STRANGER. Chesterfields are "g ed" anywhere) r
I About Those Blushing Honor . -and you'll nova tire of "Satxsty..1IIt rr
I Says the Saint Petersburg Times:
W. L. Thorndyke, known
OCTOBER 19 as "Thorn," under which. ti-
j 'tIe he has been freely quot- '
ed in the columns ,
of the ".
y( at 7:3O l! Daily Times, has'! resignedhis B ",.
position with the Palm o

staff Beach of Post The and Kissimmee will join Valley the -- Q O jtil
1 1I' l' Gazette. We trust that O
; his "Last Night Thoughts" t s 1
Invited ,,
will be r i i r
continued in that interesting
Ladies Especially -
are I weekly. We congratulate rM1 ]) .(I 1
: l Messrs. Harris CIGARETTES
It J and Vans Agnew upon the ""
: I addition to their staff of the t//
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:. $ VALLt1tiuLl1Gi ;; ( : t..ov-OPKRATJON-N&CESS.ARY'' ,. Authentic 'Figures" In Paving .Account ." .

;. NONE will dare to dispute; the I
P.........a. 1llYe9?' Feller fact that 'a community cannot make Characterized The Links'9A. "
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t KI___. Y..rI. any decide] headway against public "
sentiment -- .k
', 'W' R u.rrl.-r-. +;-:__rIPrwNaf. Following along the same line 'it E,. Thomas After Careful Investigation city. These figures are believed to A
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i Te........ N. I' must be conceded that no town or ; Presents the Following at be thoroughly authentic-secured af ,
: city has ever been a success excepthe ters pertainnig to the paving-and
S.h..rlptl. H..... residents evinced His Findings in The Fund.
One Copy, One ......__-.2.00 great niasi terse pertaining to .the pavingantsthe
,On Copy Six' Months_ '.00 'a desire to win out over all obstacles data thus secured will be of value
',. One Copy, Three. Month.. .6( The city, no matter how strong i it That a general 'and more complete in the future-as well as a aource: ofinformation : "'
from may be numerically or socially' or understanding may be had of the for the immediate'pres-
I authorized All fominunleatlonH correspondent exofcpt must our be financially that determines to sit condition of the ac'ounof the paving ent.. These figures are /given over .
at lH nod by the writer.KHeotrrt idle till the outside wo-Id shall. recognize fund -of 'Kissimmce The Gazette
r : will not t>. returned the signature of the investigator tinder
L' mutter its! many -possibilities[ -under hH sought/ information from A.E., ,.
_: sales called for. belief that it will be .sought, regardless Thomas, who has made a thorough date of Thursday, October 7, of r,
't' (Entered ;t the l Po.fofn<... at Klualm-. of any invitation-may be investigation of all the funds of tile the current year: -
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| THE Foreign AMERICAN Adv rtl PRESS./lna R ASSOCIATION pr...ent.iiv. \' I Ito advertise his wares "because everybody November; 1. Received from sale] of notes___ ___n___ _n_ nn_$30.000.00
' know he's in the business.. November; 1. Received accrued interest and premium h __ __ .._ 5 3.00 (
FRIDAY, OCTOBER is, 1920 He personally, may know what he December 1. Interest from bank _ --- -___ __ _____L----------- 10874
has In stock; hut others may ,not bens J920.. ,
\ RICE ,
DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL well-vt'rICed-and may pass him January 5. Interest from bank. __ _--_____ ____ ._ ____ ____.__ 13490 GLADYS .
f by.It January 8. Forfeit check from Kendrick & Warren-_____*,- 1,500'.00February '
; ELECTORS FOR FLORIDA may be cited that six years ago 1. Interest from bank___ __ ______________ _________ 13UH:
t the city of New York commenced ti March 1. Interest from bank_ ______ __________________________ 136.14
MARTIN CARABAI.LO realize that it was losing some of April 1. Interest from bank-----------------------------------, 132.25: : : is coming!

t CHARLES E. JONES the prestige which had been accredited April 1. From clerk, collecting paving certificates_____ _________ 78.112! .
J. G. SHARON it, and a thorough investigationwas May 1. Interest from bank___ __ ________ __ ___ n.u t:. 126.01;
P. W. CORR ordered and carried on by various May 1. Amount from clerk----------------------------------- 2.14

_, W. V. KtfOTT associations. It was then ascertained June 1. Interest from" bank_ ._ _ __ ____ _____________ __ ___ ___ 117.78 This celebrated will
G. B? WELLS. that the city, as a mercantile ; soprano
rj" -. centre was losing ground. Another Total. ..-.___ ____ u_.___ ____n_-____n________u__ ___ .J33.0JS.84: : ;
j A_ PROMISING FORWARD STEP city to the southward' was i',- 1919 DR. in at an invita-

siduously carrying on a propaganda I' Decembe! 22. A. M. Story, treasurer bond trustees--------____$ 553.00 appear person
BECAUSE of the determined action regarding the advantages to be 1920 '
,' of a group of men who have at found there--and not only was shipping :March 16. Adams Evans &: Company, estimate No. I------- 2,498.49 tion concert-in the Casino ..

heart a strong desire to see some being taken away from New April 1. Adams Evans & Company, estimate No. 2__________ 252.75
progresisve steps taken without York but its great wholesale establishments April 1. A. J. MacDonough, engineer fees estimates 2 and :3__ 91.70
I. 1, any ulterior scheme of enriching were receiving!" a lessened :May 1. J. L. Phillips &: Company, incidentals___nnnn _un 3.00
themselves) -the newly-4lormed association trade. May 1. Adams Evans &: Company, estimate No. 3_ ______ __ ___ 2304.72 .
completed at the meeting on Right then and there New York May 1. A. J. MacDonough, engineer fees' estimate No. 3______ 76.82 Tuesday' Evening
Tuesday evening promises much. I commenced to get busy and large August:: Adams Evans &: Company, estimate No. 4.-. ____ 10,967.90
.. There seemed to be a spontaneity of amounts'" were expended before that August 3. A. J. MacDonough engineer fees estimate No. 4365.00;
action free from every trace of selfishness city could regain its former pre-em September 1. Adams, Evans & Company, estimate No. 5 uu 1,619.41 November 9
f' ;, a desire to serve only the inence. The merchants through; the September 1. A. J. MacDonough, engineer fees, estimate No. 5 53,98
i interests of the city asa whole; a many .a"sociationR. expended vast

confidence in the intentions! of the sums! to regain that which Hud !been Total-__ ____ _____ _ _ __ __ __ ___.__.__ _- --_________$18,787.37 ,, .
other man; and a unanimity which drifting away; trade and traffic had Amount on hand __ __h. n._ _ _ uu _n__ ___ ._ u ____ _ .. _$14,230.47:
,, hould spread out even to a score of I been carried on with the belief that Recapitulation of expenses This appearance of the great opera' star in "

other lines; all this- and more too I no actual publicity .was needed to Adams, Evans & Company, contractors------------------------$17,(>4'5.27: : .
1 Kissimmee the of the of lovers
-was demonstrated to a plus degree. -I retain the business which had !been A. MacDonough: engineer . .. _ . _- __ .hU_ -.- 588.10 is event. season. ,
I 1 established.If \. M. Story treasurer bond trustee interest-------------- 553.00J. of good music.
I Kissimmee is not the only city so great a city as New York L. Phillips & Company---------------------------------- 3.00 :
which is bound to suffer during the requires continued advertising: to
coming season! because of lack oft hold certain business lines which Total----------------------------------------- $18,787.37: N
housing accommodations;' ror is it have been, built up, does it not naturally -- Watch this space for
the.only city to which visitors! will follow that !smaller! communities<
.."me. view and then be forced to must adopt measures for publicityof further information

for.pass on But because this cityhas all cannot taken be cared up a and an healthy attractive growth nature is to I if result a steady? I THE f FORUM .1.1I I Watcher In The Tree Top J jl jll !

movement which may be made top There is a moral to this which is J CENTRAL DRUG STOREPHONES
aid somewhat in the tourist question I II by no means enigmatical. It is plain
at an early date-and become a most ti! every reader "o-opcration is one I, What's the matter with our city
Tvhortait factor in the near future. of the great requisites for any small Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette: dads ? They look as worried as a
is the movement wsnot that has laudable ambitions. Republican at Cox meeting..
-, It regrettable --i-itv When things go wrong and then a. e Day 41 Night 21
adopted some months ago that I Co-operation. is going to be a wreck, why has nol
a greater work could have been accomplished 4 --- ''a citizen a right to object, kick and Press dispatches tell of the nightriders -
-but now that it has |) MRS. C. C. JORDAN ENTERTAINS knock ? The answer is because everybody burning gins in Alabama and
taken form and has a strong backing must be a booster. That i is, d' Georgia in an attempt to force cotton
'i each of those interested should put I One of the most enjoyable eventsof but follow to folly cents a pound. This
not own judgment
forth his best efforts towards the f the season was given by :\1-1r. .. C along your and! take your turn at the movement' i 11 wrong;, for no wo'thv
.lonljn, > 'lav afternoon from
success sought.It yete grindstone for the benefit of those cause is ever permanently advanced
y hould be borne in mind also I :three to five o'clock, at her home on who have an axe to grind.! We do by arson -and assassination... . )I
that there is a nossibility this mo'eM'nt I Verona "t "'Pl. not have the courage to htan'agumst < ,
-1 may broaden out and in The rooms were effectively! decor hurrah and be tailed II The science of agriculture is making -
I a
1 like manner some of the adjacent -ited with golden rod which was 'knocker./ rapid progress It i is said that I

lands which are susceptible, of being appropriate to the fall season I I :Not: only] must we hurrah but w- when it is too dry, the up to date '
i turned into gardens: groves and Mrs. Jordan had airanired! tablesfor I' must, or at )least most of us, standup farmer plants potatoes and onions

t poultry' to every plants.' city There a quota must of be producers added l-- and those a series who of enjovd bridge card games) gamr-was ridiculous and allege-statement the made truth to of induce e\er> with eyes his of the coin.potatoes The onions water make and thus the .:-.......">.T.-v. -......->*'XKM'< ....O..d_...:"X'................_'H'___. ...".."..'.o04, .__rrii. ........"...'...."..-..'........'...',...-....--..... f

-for the consumers arc ;i>->.v .-ogreatly played'' while! other guests chnte: ''people to come to Kismmmec' and furnish moisture'" enough for the ea 1'''

in predom-mnre; that supplies nlensnntly.Mr spend their mOfWY.v... do not have to prow. On the other hand when
may be woefully/ short. The : J. S. Cadel won a nr<,tt> the candor to speak the truth. the season is too wet they plant i Perfection Tires
charter of the proposed corporation prize by making high: score at !h" 'I..e I There are whose sole motive pump ',ins with it to remove the
should be made sufficiently broad :'n,1! :Mrs G. W. Persons received! the many here surplus. water. i
to somebody to spend
that. right conditions prevailing!.', c,>n=olat ion. its / IWond..r |
with fair chance to realize 6000 MILES GUARANTEEWhy
certain aid! could be extended to Bon-bons and fruit were servedduring money induce the to what would happen if on"l
to city
"- those who evinced a disposition to the games: and at t the conclusion 'borrow any returns or for municipal l lawyer was to call another a liar? worry about those sand blister and loose treads; "
"make good" outside! the incorporation I of the afternoon a dainty ice money either of which some will result Doubtedless the collar and cuff but-1 :
: although, to be sure, the build I course. refreshed the guests.: purpose in material, advantage to themselves. tons would begin to fly, some' near- 15/e Asbestos Br'eaker'Strip "rodi
.s ing and loan association! would be a' Invitations were issued to Mrs if dollar thus silk' shirts get ripped 'and : "
That is or
Holmes Prather. Mrs II. H.' Jlud50n.[ one mussed 'sOmebOdy.s.t '
factor in the line. be all
There should be a strong demon J Mrs R. T. Radford.! Mrs MInick,' can appropriated be made to from stick the to\ public their fingersthe funds. dignity flated boom the day after up election.Of ", i in not affected by moisture, acids, grease or heat! by road friction, ; \, :

atratlon along the line started Tuesday Min Mamie Pilley Mrs Pilley Mrs. other ninety-hine. dollars can be course we don't know, but we're thereby overcoming the most common ailment in automobile tires. '
evening to avoid every exhibitof W. J, Sears. Mrs. J. E.-Lupfer, Mrs. otherwise become total willing to wager that such an affair'' ,
wasted or a : Blisters and Tread
C. E. Hilto. Separation.
persI\YI.t'llity-save that one traitwh'ch Fred Gilbf'rt.frs.: i loss. Getting in this manneris would! create more sunny smiles in
will result the Miss Anirie Makinson, Mrs. Roy money .could
in stacked
than be
upbuildingof the community -
the city. The start has! been made: I! Starbird :Mrs. E. I I. Katzfrs.: Howard '' not indictable under the law but away in the woodshed. An exclusive feature in Tires. Ask to see them. .'f .
reliable men have been chosen. to carry Andp."on.frR.: .1. .\f..rranip'i: 'I being done knowingly it is just as . I '
out the general plans: and success :.Mrs J. S. (Cadel :Mrs. (L W. Per- criminal. and shows. a lack of conscience. I Probe is a perfectly good English! I : LESTER ALFORD
will the -. ns! Mrs: D.V Alderman Mrs.:
crown effort. A'I Thus all boosters and lackcourage word but it is being greatly
W Bailey :Miss Frances T ess, we are -
to --- I candor and Orin worked lately. Seems like every over-\-\
R. S. Floyd, Mrs. L. H. Ingram. :Mrs. conscience. I is vying to probe something.: 107 BROADWAY.
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The Florida hunting: season opens I 7..": .' II. S. G. Geiger, plain language a booster is generally -I the high cost of living began to make I +

1 March in November.1st, the From season' 20th fOil to Mrs. Bt'o""R: Ethel Roberson Sometimes a coward a thief.mostly a liar and us feel) dizzv Congress started ti )I' ..:..:_x-...,. >-><-.... : < .:J.-------<..:_:_:_:_x_:_:_.:_.:_:_:..:_:>

\ deer squirrels wild turkey open qua'l';1 1.1 and :Mrp. E. E. Wells I Whether "Willie Larkspur" is a probe it. When one of the states ,- . . . .

doves, swan geese, brant, rails.I I F'OJU now on, will a devoted wife bird or a posey or just attain booster hud a senatorial election that !looked .:..>*>* i>+*4Xf+<>+&Xf* :-: : *.:-:......,.
; I, (roots ,!sand nipers, curlews snipe. h" one who voted as her hi'sbanci,) I I do not know. He may be only shall; the senate got busy with its t .
\ ducks and plover. 'nc1; ? I a "Johnn e-jump-up4' but he is certainly probe. Later they have probed the
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some bird likewise. mire> of wheat and cotton, the republican .
"Reform Council"' gives: us a painin campaign; expenses and the..
.i the gizzard Whoever heard of a bomb explosion. Last winter when
form reform legislature! the big coal strike was on, congress: :
CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY I reform council congress 1 or reform anythingelse : governors preachers' editors, milliners ..
bad ? laundresses bootblacks and everybody -
that did not make noise
k WILl. SELL FOR CASH AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES We had a reform council d:g the big else who paid taxes-When and :. '
and generally]] useless! ditch at a cost some who didn't-probf'd that. .
SATURDAY AND MONDAY i of $13,000.00, and not all paid for congress gets: into action and wants
yet. Of course the contractor lied to probe something' : it appoints what .. KLIM i
7j 19-Ib Grits __nnnn_ 1.00 7-lbs Granulated Sugar n__ 1.00 I when he said he had split fifty-fifty is called a "smelling committee." ;
e' 20-lba Meal _unn__ 1.00 12-lbs G. M. Flour. ___ ____ 1.00 with somebody. Great is the boost This body is not unlike Mrs. Grundy :
4 Gallons Oil __Un___.__ 1.00 3r -lbs Bacon ______ __ 1.00 I and reform and Skulduggery is their who goes nosing around her neigh ..
8-lbs Best Rice __n__.__ __ 1.00 8 cans No.2 Tomatoes_ 1.00 ( profit. OLEMAN': SANSPUR. bor's premises trying to worm out
8-Ibs Lima Beans ....nUn 1.00 9-tbs Navy Beans un__ __ 1.00 the innermost secrets of his household : (
SAVING BEGGARWEED HAY The Watcher has been probed '

1 CRISCONo. Potatoes, peck _-- _n_ __ _n .50 _ to a finish; beginning with the mos- :

4. 6 can _________________$1.85 Catsup bottle _____________ .13 I The feeding value of beggarweedhay : quito that rammed his javelin into <
Beets, No.2 can_________ __ .18 is often underrated by even him, to the census taker of blessed '
No. 3 can ________________ .90
1 Gallon Alaga: ______ 1.50 good farmers. This! plant is a legume memory, who wanted to know our :
fj t No. Itt can ______________ .60 H Gallon Alaga _.nnun nn .75 I I one of the plants having the name, age height color, income, religion .. Absolutely Pure and I

\ Lard pound ___n_________ .25 1V4 lb can ________nn___ .23 I ability to take nitrogen; from the air politic, favorite poet and pre
Picnic Hams ______________ .29 Karo, 1V4 lb cans __n_____ .19 I by means of germs which live in viouscondition of servitude. Later the : .
All kinds Soap, barn____ .OK: Veal Loaf n______un____ .22 nodules on the roots and consequently dentist got out his probe and began ,
12 ban ___________________ 1.05 Vienna Sausage ________n_ .10 contains more protein substances Ion us, and by the Great Frizzled : -
Washing Powder, 11 pkg._ .50 Pot Meat, 5c, 6 cans--___-- .25 than ordinary grass hay. of the Mountains that was the Wholesomer '
r Tomatoes No.2. 15e. 2 for ..25 Corn ____________18, 22 and .25 Professor J. M. Scott of the Flor., limit! Ouch! It hurts even to think .
Nestle's Everyday Milk, Pork and Beans, 2 cans__ __ .25 ida Experiment Station urges every lof itl! Won't somebody please start : '"
3 cans __________________ .20 Cabbage lb __nn_________ .06 farmer to utilize as much of this so- the Victrola 7FLORIDA'S .
j Macaroni &; Spaghetti. 2 for .15 Peas B. Eyed ;2 Ibs______,_ .25 called "weed"' as he possibly can.
;, Lemons..' dozen uu___ __ .20 Arbuckles Coffee, lb..______ .40 He says that the yield is ordinarilynot FAVORITE PAPER :
No, 10 Snowdrift ___.----- 2.00 Gold Blend] Coffee __n_____ .30 as great as from crabgrass or Powdered Milk .
No. 4 Snowdrift ________n 1.00 White House Coffee _uu_ .55 para grass! but when cut at the The Tampa Morning: Tribune is :
No. 2 Snowdrift _________n .60 Senate' Coffee __ _____ ____ .fiO right time and properly cured makesa everlastingly fighting for the inter. .'I.
Coal Oil. gallon _____nn__ .25 Maxwell House Coffee nu .50 a >t'rior hay and BO palatable that I eats of the people and the development "
Fine Table Peaches ______u .40 Gold Brand _ Un_ ____ .30 stock will not ]let as much go to of this section, and no one who : ,'",
Pineapple, can ____________ .40 waste. has the welfare of South Florida at '
4 Blackberries, heavy syrup/ran .40 FEEDS Practically all hay crops make the I heart can afford not to be a constant 1

Gold Medal Flour. 24-Ibs2.10 Oats, 100-lbs __ ___-_ __ __ 3.20 beet forage when cut in the middle, reader of The Tribune. It is Flor : :
Self Rising Flour 24-Ib2.00 Corn, 100-lhs _ .uh_ _ :aiit.'i!I: of the blooming period. If cut before ida's great metropolitan paper car- KLIMWaters
w a Self Rising Flour, 12-Ibs1.05 Shorts 100-lbs nn u__ __ 8.70() this time there will be very : ruing the full night and day reportof
1 Libby's Brand Milk _______ .1\! Sweet Feed, 100-tbs u_ _ _ -MiO; little hay !left because of the high The Associated Press with intelligent -
; v t I Best Early June Peas No. 2 __ Cotton Seed :Meal _ ___ __ 340 content of water evaporated. The correspondents in every nook J
w'' I' can ____nun_ _18 and ..22s : Chicken Feed best un_ 4.25:! \ older the plants get the less Water and corner in its territory. Its big .."

.. I they contain If over ripe, the water Sunday edition has the most complete -

..A.d.ia. fact everything ia! our store will be for sale.: Here prices are content will be so low that the hay comic and magazine section' ,
will be woody and unpalatable to-.printed in the 8tatA.and the subscription
strictly cask. livestock. For best results! cut the t rates are only $8.00 per ,
,.. hay about the middle of the blooming annum ; $,&.00 per six months and '.(.'
period. $200) for three months. Write for a
CUT PRICE CASH GROCERYPHONE Special attention should be given: I sample copy and subscribe today. 4'i
to the not let the hav lie .
curing. Dp ---- & Carson Co.
I too long in the hot sun. It should Advertise' your wants in the Val- Grocery ), -
he raked into windrows soon' after ey Gazette. If you have property' .
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I being cut and left there to cure. Do for sale] or exchange, or rooms for I .
+ of Town Order Given Prompt Attention. 'not stack permanently in mow, haul rent a small)) advertisement in our PHONE 1:00: PHONE 12 "
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS i to the barn' or bale before it is well lassined columns will put you in .
dried out as' it will turn black and touch with the people you want to

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.. . . . .ot.. .. .O..ot..1 'Mr:' and Mrs. D. Delaon..nd' Sill - PERTAINING TO 'CHURCHES REVIVE NATIONAL GUARD .. ::---
I will remove to the A., Morrison' ---- '
Weather Report'* house next. week. -.' Ckristiai CbarcbRev URGES, CAPTAIN. CARSON '

,' : ,':Miss Essie Bass has l 'accepted" 'a (Continued from: -Pag 'One'), R. C.t

.... position ,as bookkeeper with the>Gulf .. W. H.. Coleman, Pastor. out, would make a neat little payroll -
Refining Company at Orlando.; for the city. President Cadel,
Official 'Bulletin of dailytemperature : | ; Study'-AyCrisis"
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and a number of others present signified
and precipitations Sam Story who has been employ. a
I theme for the morning sermon on
furnished by the. Kissimmee d in Jacksonville for some time, is Sunday at eleven ''o'cloilt and the their .willingness to enlist in Druggi
Co-operative U. S. Weather / ; visiting hli Mr. and Mrs. A a national guard company for the
I topic for the evening sermon at sev
C Bureau Station for the, weekending benefit of the exercise, and Mr Carson
Story. willbe "The Cloud of Wit
en-thirty was asked to write to headquarters -
Thursday October 14:
Dave Cason, a well-known Kissim- nesses." for full particulars of organizing \\S
Observation tai n by Secretary, mee resident, had a hand amputatedas A general invitation Is'"extended- such a company and to see how
result of disease at the hospitalIn and all visitors will be welcomed.
I Chamber of Commerce. 'tt a many of the boys here would join.. (
Orlando, recently.E I One of the most important topics
..t Max. Mln. Rain C. Harding, who was recently First Baptist ChurchRev. brought \tin was that of a permanent KISS1MMEE, FLORID
Thursday i_____ 85 72 .20 employed" in the Bank. of Osceola I location for. the La Pont Palmetto

Friday 83 67 County, is now keeping books jn the O. B. Falls, Pastor. i Novelty factory. Mr. LaPont was
Saturday 76 56( office of I. P. ,.Timmons.Mr. I present and stated that he had an s'

Sunday ___.._ 83 57Monday : and Mrs. Short, who have been Sunday school at 9:45.: S. L. Lup- I established, ,business of manufacturing Free Saturday and Monday Only (
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visiting at the home of Air, and fer Jr., superintendent. Graded articles and Florida souvenirs
Tuesday 85 68 Mrs; .J. B. McNeal have returned to classes and competent teachers. from palmetto and other woods, but
Wednesday1 n 85 .68.OOO. their home in Valdosta, Georgia. Morning services by the pastor at that his establishment was rented Three ban of Goblin laundry soap with each $1.00 purchas

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIITEMS ;Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Briggs and eleven o'clock, and evening servicesat '!subject to sale and he might be ii invaluable soap for laundry and dish washing purposes: ;

Mrs. Briggs' father, J. Ritter, ar- peven-thirty. | turned out at any time. Furthermore time:
I "ived from Toronto Canada A cordial invitation is extended to 'his business was assuming; such dimensions the grease and polishes at the same
yesterday -
attend services in a cool church- that it was becoming imperative
where they spent a pleasant
lummer. where a warm welcome awaits all to secure larger quarters,
visitors. I land stated that he liked Kissimmee '
Exclusive Agents for Liggett's, Johnilon's and Old Log Cabin
Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Falls have as -- and would remain here if he was 1
Dr. W. L. Winn's offices are now their guest Mrs. G. L. Carlat, of What I Owe My Minister I given .encouragement. He asked that Candies. The country's best high grade candies. Our stock of fine ,

located upstairs over the pout of- Denison, Texas. M'rs. Carlat is a she be furnished a site for his build- cigars cannot. be excelled! and are protected by a fine Humidor Cigar i icase
member of the church in Denison
fice. 36-tf I lings, that his taxes be paid and that
where Mr. Falls, was pastor some Protection. owe to my ministerthe I his light and water be furnished for which assures smokers of cigars in the very best conditions. f
of silence bv | .
Frank E. Nelson the safe and lock I years protection kindly ,
ago. i a definite} period. The location should
expert of Tampa, was trammeling refraining from repeating in hispresence I AT H
I Mrs. A. T. Morrison making extensive unkind !, be near the railroad and the lakeshore
business in Kissimmee Tuesday the slander of gossip -I'

0 Alfred Ivey, who presides over the I the corner improvements of Lake So and her Aderhold homen that him would from doing worry his hirti best and work.prevent materials to facilitate and products.transportation of Kissimmee's Best Drug Store ,.

Central Drug store soda fountain, streets additional I
by adding two The chair appointed S. L. Lupfer
Time. _I minister enough
has been down"" with the grip since .ooms upstairs and an equal number of time owe to help my him in his work, ''and F. C. Bryan, a committee to take Phone
Monday. to the lower floor. my ,
i when and where he needs. me. Mr. LaPont's proposition under ad-
---.. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Moseley have C. W. Ward, who has spent the Encouragement 1 owe my minister visement, and to report back at a

arrived horn from Scooba, Mississippi summer at Bound Brook, New Jersey encouragement when vexationsand special meeting of the chamber of .. __ ..00 _ _.
where they have been spendingthe writes The Gazette from Jack- annoyances make his work difficult commerce to be held Tuesday even-

summer. sonville to have his paper changedto or when he feels that his workis ing. rAttention
C. E. Hilton, manager of the Man- Kissimmee, where he will arrive not progressing as it should. | was then turned to the
asota Lumber Company, at Manaso- soon for the winter season. I Appreciation. 1 owe my ministera crowd of winter visitors which are

ta, arrived Friday for a few days :\11'. and Mrs. Z. Bass motored to kindly word of appreciation when already arriving and matters pertaining The French Shop
visit with his famil ': New Smyrna Friday to visit at the I his sermons are especially helpful to to their comfort and convenience -

R. T. Butler has just returned home of Mr. and Mrs. G, B. Lawson?{ were discussed.
, from a nineteen days' stay at the and) make the acquaintance of their I me.Consideration.. I owe it to my !I A rest room was spoken of but ;
in Orlando wherehe aI'I' minister and hinde was left with the city council as x .
general hospital new granddaughter, who recently notvto interrupt
under went an operation for gallstones ) rived there via the stork route. |I his work with petty and unnecessarycall that body is making& some provision
Invites You f
Though Mr. Butler plainly Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Trinlett and I I upon his time and sympathy.The .- for The one. i Cordially
shows the suffering{: he has undergone Editor Harry Gans, of the Lake j I II Frontier Christian.OPPORTUNITY I enlargement of the Main street' to be Present at Their
I amp ground was proposed hu' :
he is from }
steadily recovering
/ Wales
; Highland, passed throughKissimmee it lot
FOR HOME was found that the adjoiningthe
his! painful experience I last Sunday, gong{' to and lot now in use is not available, i ..
npogiessman W. J. Sears will returning from St Cloud. wh .-
< e they OWNERSAn as it is for sale. The cornet lot on
leavlL'tomorrow for the east coast I pent the lay visiting old friends. Brmk street which is as beautiful a- ; FASHION SHOW I

whe he will put in a strenuous ;Mrs. I D. S. :Marks is home from an invitation is extended bv i). GMcKav a natural park could well be suggested :

week in addressing voting public extended trip, covering a period of I ; with offices in the Osrodla l as a possible camp ground. Thi
He will speak to the voters of West .several months, when she visited heron Bank 'block, to meet W. G. Lan at! property belongs to Or Phillips, o'
Palm Beach on Tuesday! evening./ I'liulIarks.; at his Indiana I anv hour of the dav tomorrow. Mr. Orlando, and A. Akerman was appointed
Mrs. Sears will accompany him as home, and her sister at Carlysle. Lane is connected with a prominentrealty a committee of one' to procure i= Living Model
far aIiami: where she will visit I'enn"ylvania.11'8.: :Marks arrived firm in Orlando. and come: his consent for its use for campground

relatives. I here Wednesday. here'at the request of Mr. McKay to pur"ses. In event this lo': I .
Alfred Dow returned home Saturday -I Kissimmee relatives have rece.'vedword ; get in touch with owners of residences is secured Kissimmee will then have Iy.

from :Michigan, where he has this week from Claude Harper, running in value from $1000 to two ideal spots for auto campers 1 Wednesday October.20 t
been spendingthe, summer :\11'. How I oho was recently operated on at: !5000 who may desire to list the The question of the wood supplywas ,

i accompanied by his grandson Johns Hopkins Hospital, in Baltimore ) sae for disposal and this opportunity brought up and it was thought ; lOa.
Lean l Dow, who will remain here for :Maryland. telling of his improvement may Drove most advantageous! / bent to have a supply convenient m. r' R
rune time :MY. How visited at Boy- I in health. :Mr. harper Rt'ml'mber-Mr. Lane will bp her where they may purchase just the 'y 1' t

t n City and other :Michigan ,wife and his mother :Mrs. H. H. !' but the one day. Saturday, and may amount they wish. A. S. Gilbert will
and in Chicago;: Illinois! while Harper, are in Baltimore, to be rear> !:be seen nt any hour after nm<' piobalily look after this feature of
north. He stated that every pomtll'1 'L.111. o'clock. It. I the camp ns his store is near both Lucerne Theatre, 0
south is loaded the
now to sites.
D. W. Alderman and family returned -
believes more peonle are /\ FEATURING "EVANGEIINE" .1.
Saturday! flora )
Florida than ever before'.I' OSCEOLA FARMS RAISING r: < OOOOOO OOOOO
where they 'have' been on ; l CASINO' THEATER PLANS -
Lovd Austin, the six-M'ar-old) son I visit. :Mr and :Mrs.' A expeited ( TURKEYS AS SIDE LINE - -- -
of Mr.' and :Mrs G.I !I''. Austin who to 1 leave for :Miami the firs: HAVING A BANNER WEEK i

live on their farm near Fast Lake, 'of the month but have (hanged thr\ -
caused a small'ntV..ln..."- plans and will remain here indefi Mir"c'-r Jordan is planning num- A number of Osceola county farmsare
morning jumping from the "rous irnovations for fie' Casino in featuring a new product this
day by nitely. They ale domiciled] at the TAmong
school truck, it it said, before it I Graves' House. the imi., -d'it" 'uturc He- 't's no' year and arc' raising turkeys as aside the Live Oaks
slopped, The momentum threw the 111'> C. H. Summers conference only arranged! for many special features line, with very satisfactory re j
little, fellow upon the road with such but will advertise in several suits.
the Floida1.: E.
force that he became unconscious missionary for ways that are unique. Mr. Jordan is, .The state workers in home extension -
Church' South returned this
Teachers who saw the accident runn- section, week making arrangements with some of work are encouraging this ef- I
.' ed him to Dr. T. M. Rivers' office from the River where of the he state has 'been near the pupils of the schools, it is understood ort, and Miss Albina Smith, the An opportunity is now offered those"I'' '

who said he was merely sufferings Crystal revival. bv which the production of home demonstration agent, has supplied desiring a pleasant'home +
tolding successful He ,
from the shock. The child'recovered a was Longfellow's! chorming "Evangeline" The Gazette with the following to '"
: '
\.,:;.,; nuickly and was soon in normal con Summers.Ucopmpanied on this trip will by! leave Mrs. will presented to audience' larger, interesting data: ''I", ,' Six Large Rooms, Kitchen' Pantry < W'. ? ;i

;,.It, ),.I, .' dition. Dr. Summers even, than ordinary. The picturization i Mrs. Robert "Byrd, who lives in the
to continue
- ;iiis today work.for Jacksonville is produced: by an all-star cast. Boggy Creek section, purchased one Full Quarter Block in Excellent w""
tom and two hens of the Pure Bronze .
.. :Mr. and :Mrs. J H. Kelsey in. their MRS. HESS PASSED BEYOND breed, this year. The two hens fur-

Buick driving from Kalamazoo, YESTERDAY nished 143 eggs but she had the usual Residential Section f
reached this this ,
Michigan, city misfortune attending; any ex-
V moi'ning. They are very favorably periment. The eggs set under hen Where lies a charming' lawn .1 j
impressed with this vicinity, and Kis.::mmee friends will regret to. were deserted at the expiration of ,
SPLASH learn that Mrs. A. M. Hess who has Live Oaks and and Pecans - -
!have declared their intention of pur- two weeks and came to naught One Carrying Oranges
hazing property and making their been in a critical condition for some turkey hen stole her nest and took
'uture home here. Mr.l Kelsey is a time and was taken to the hospitalin up her residence there on eight eggs.

farm(..- who can realize possibilities, Orlr.ndo for treatment several After 26 days a 'possum discoveredher Rare Chance to Secure a Fine PropertyApply \
,nil, is an old-time friend of J. D. weeks ago, has passedbeyond.. and banqueted on the Of
Woodbeck. Furcrnl cervices will be held in Orlando eggs. t
the remaining 94 eggs only seven ''rJJ ..
1! Because ot the demand all over thjs afternoon, then the body failed to hatch and Mrs. Byrd began '
? will be brought here for intermentin at 301 Main Street KissimmeeCasino },
the for resid..nceR-and because
I state her season with 87 poults. The first
I : there is but but a limited Ro'e Hill cemetery. four weeks she was too generous '
I number of homes in this city that The sympathy of the community with their meals and four died from '.
will oat to Mr. Hess and his family .
go; -
I may be purchased at normal figures over-feeding hut since that time she
which is
-IX McKay which has prospective made arrangements sejlers made in even their sadder bereavement by the, fact that has Mrll.F.lost. none. B. Hern from, disease who lives near ":::"" :U:':::: :" ':::: 'M

Savage man has ever hid in the maj. get in touch with a representative Mr. Hess has been confined to his Narcoospee was equally fortunate in
I of an Orlando realty firm. Fol- hume by illness raising turkeys this and
year has a I
, jungle! and fought the advance of I :owing out this line W. G. Lane will' R. S. Floyd is adding a room and fine flock of Bronze beauties. Three I l-h ;"tJ

be found tomorrow at the office of porch to his home on IsVack street is i the total number lost from. diseaseon
ENLIGHTENMENTI Mr. McKay, where those who care to her farm.
list properties with such a firm will) Explorer Bernard spent four yearsin Miss Minnie Floyd, state poultry
I find opportunity. the Arctic in a vain search for specialist who visited the fern farm

SELL IT FOR CASH Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Waidley] Mr. bjond Eskimos. What does anybodywant in, compsny with Miss Albina Omit;:: h h

! IT and Mrs John Peddie and family: with a blond Eskimo? 'was much pleased with Mrs. Hern's
,land Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seely, arrived i turkeys and advocated increasing her
A, in Kissimmee: the first of the Mothers-in-law don't seem so objectionable -i, flock next vear.Mrs. SPECIALFriday
week. The party came through in since high rents have G. W. Brunson 1s raising
' Granulated Sugar ___$ .65 tl'eir' cars from Cass City, Michigan, forced many young couples to live Kentucky Reds at the Brunson place I

10-lbs Fancy New Rice___ .75 and pronounced the trip a very with the old folks.Casino near Campbell Station and is meeting October 22
i pleasant one at this time of the year. with success. ,
. ItVIbs Irish Potatoes _____ .29 Mr. Waldltfy purchased the Alder- I Dr. N. W Sanborn, state poultry
Flour 2.00 man residence on Clyde avenue, last TheatreWEEK agent, who conducted a series of WILLIAM FOX presents ',
24-lbs new Pillsbury spring, after looking over the state poultry meetings in Osceola county The Sublime Drama of all Time"EVANGELINE" ;

24-lbs Self-Rising Flour __ 1.801tb for a location. He is moving his OF OCTOBER 18 I inspected Mrs. Brunson's flock with
household goods here and expect to approval. I ,
'; New Prunes ______ .18 make Kissimmee his residence. MATINEE 4 P. M. NIGHT 7:15 j Mrs. Ward of the Boggy Creek : : iv j'
I ....
: 10-tbs Bugless Grits ______ .45 I Gilbert D. Leach, of the Commercial section is another housewife siroializinp HENRY WADSWORTH
, in the city MONDAY along this line with. gratifying
| at Leesburg, was
10-tbs Clean White Meal._ .45 I yesterday-enroute to his home after Corinne Griffin in the"DAD'S results. I Staged by R. A. Walsh

Naboth Tomato Ketchup __ .10 I having been as far as DeLand. He CANADA"The The women who are making a success I)I
. of the business are of one opinion
J. Jones
accompanied by P. one
No. 10 Snowdrift ________ 1.85 of Cincinnati's leading chemists. Mr Silent-Avenger. Episode 13 when it comes to arranging a
A Big Fox Special. A picture for the children their
j menu for the baby poults. The are ;
Jo l-lb Pure Bulk Coffee_____ .20 Leach haa been and still is promot- TUESDAY
. fed little else than meal and \
! from corn parents and their grandparents {
ing the industry of securing
i I 1-Ib Our Favorite Coffee_ .31 | sawgrass a pulp from which news- Anita Stewart in the"VIRTUOUS dripped sour milk for the first four i'i'i
WIVES"AI.o I weeks. As they grow, older they
print is to be manufactured- ;
J-tb Maxwell House Coffee. .45 : paper I ,
mashes and allowedthe i
are given are
I land matters have so far favorably a Fox News No. 96 range of the farm where they SPECIAL PRICES: ADULTS, 35c; CHILDREN, 25c.
..t 1 progressed that the majority
WEDNESDAY ,heln themselves to corn, peas, weed- .
I I publishers of this state have become I

:I:I FRIDAY & SATURDAY 'financially. interested in the proposition. William"LEAVE Russell in IT TO ME" I,, seed style.Dr., bugs Rar\born: and and worms Miss in Flovd cafeteria on I I I ::::::'](, : ::: ::no""":P""'>in.'' Ii':, I=." "

'WALKING ENCYCLOPEDIA Also a Fox News No. 97 their official visits here were unnbl" se .. "
15 and 16ij visit all of these flocks account
to on
"j f I NOW TELLING "ASK ME" THURSDAY of the conditions of the roads folioing -..- GEORGIA GROWN CABBAGE

I iR- I Constance Binnev in the the heavy rains but both heartily PLANTSWill T. L. COMER ;

.1 2 Days SPECIALS l 2 Days ;i I, ing"(guide Commencing public for the J. arriving M.' Gardner's sixth or season the familiar travel-as a Also"STOLEN a Bin Two KISS"Reel Comedy', kevs."qrd approve producing and encourage what more is being and those better done who t"r-are to- month in grow your very section.fine heads Early set Jersey this St.. Cloud, Florida

I i figure may be seen at the railway and Charleston Wakefield, Flat
i the business by _.saying
tatlorr upon the arrival of each train in I Dutch. Express:: $2.00 per thousand, CANDIDATE FOR
there is itThe .
throughout the day and right. Hun '" ." A FOX SPECIAL. big- ".profit - ![, prepaid mall 300, $1.00; 500, $1.50:
dred" if those reaching this city are Also a Big Two Reel Comedy: ; II S. "Bureau; ;; of Plant Industry 1000. $2.50. Georgia Whitehead and Judge

: gratified to !sec "J. M on his job- Wash nlC'fnn. IX C., has issued Buncombe. collards same price. County. '
r for he has endeared himself to the SATURDAY Bulletin 859! "The Process bf Rlpninir I PARKER FARMS, r 4

traveling public generally. There :Sherley Mason in the ,I in the Tomato, considered socially 42-4t. Moultrie, Georgia +
TAYLOR'SKISSIMMEE are very few things about the city "MERRY MARY ANN" from the Commercial Stand- Vote for tbe Best MM '
or the county he. cannot weak of in- point. Marshal Foch used to carry a cane
CITY I tellil"ntlynd! this fund of infor- Also a Two Reel Monkey Comedy I during. the war with which he map Regardless ot Party

II4MEE : HAINES mntiofri has made him invaluable in A close counterfeit of milk. is being ped out .campaigns in the soil at his

J J I i the position he now holds. J MATINEE EVERY DAY,AT 4.. P. ,M. ,, made from peanuts. / feet. I+ J y: NiF

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FOR INDIGENT CASES building circle of the First Tampa Dally-Times is' the only Funeral l DirectorAND
Baptist church in l ,
ISBODY met regular seal Florida newspaper. that publishes .
sion Monday aft..moon'at' the homo the David Lawrence political letters.

IS NOW of Mrs. H. M. Breaker, on Mabbette This exclusive feature is the stand KISSIMMEE'S[ .<
J BEING URGED street,. to spend the hour from. 4 till by with; Times readers, who are kept LICENSED EMBALMER, -
G o'clock informally - thoroughly conversant with the line-

President State-Board of Health Mrs Breaker and Mrs. G. II, up for the big fight between Cox and Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave. OSTEOPATH

.,,|em. by the Grantham' hostesses for the after Harding. KJSSJJ\lIIItE, FhOIl1DAi ,
Urges Proper Step For Establishment served refreshing With the
Muscles noon punch and full day and night/ reports -
'l... I of Such Inititotioa. cakes.A. of The Associated
Press full
Heir.; ,%?e.. silver] offering for 4he circle! membership in the Newspaper, En- i LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYAT4AW STATE BANK BUILDING

BLOOD Joe I,. Barman, president *f the fund amounted to $2.80. terprise association and exclusive Phone No.
WHELPS state board of health ha' "addresseda The /Ii ladies attending the event publication] riirhts' to the articles of
I; Your Blood at t letter to the j press of Florida and wore Mrs R. S. Floyd Mrs F. C some of the best political writers in Warner Building.: 162'l"
has asked t that pujlil'ithp riven: Bryan, M'rs.' I.. C. Royal; Mrs. K. S.Hall. America The Times is a highly in- ------ ---_. - . -. -
Keeps .eons Vigorous Health Miss Jo ] : I tV'restin
that every resident may bo informed Hall. Mrs. W. W. Hell.! # newspaper for any Flori- i.
lit B..ut ty to Accomplish regarding his stand for frec medical! Mrs. ].. X. Provin, Mrs. O. B.: Falls. dnn. No other daily in the state
treatment for every resident who Mrs. F. lI..rzlIPrplrJII! : J. W. Wildei. will watch the moves and (rounfr- I II
rfs like a fuel PumpedBhe cannot pay the price for neededcare and !Mrs. .Elizabeth Waring. moves of the presidential campaignso I
I body by the heart, it ctosely. Ij I
opcratioi, or treatment Mr. ,
thr the muscles and tissues. It Karnian, well-informed upon < vervsection educational The Times will. be sent anywhere j
them. It feeds I the brnm; the way prevx-H-
In the state fioi'n
I ? of the state, feels keenly the 'ion and! possible eradication of tuberculosis now until after the
rid of the eye and face. That is ]lack of such an institution, and i is election for $1.85-a !David Lawrence -
t people look so pale and Lifeless taking int..nRe interest in I the creation letter and other fine features
"About five hundred
If Xn blood is impoverished. The bodyjcues of a state hospital where adults died in Florida in the last people two yearsfrom have after the returns are in. 43xx: I License Notice
being supplied with weak '
may be cared for, and where children
/ upl. The bjood has not enough red from the earliest receive cancer. These people could The railroads' have authorized the:
corpuscles. You would not eat poor age may have been cured had they been sale of round trip tickets! to Florida'
j tr..nlmentwhich will
to make early
food with no nourishment in it; no 'them valuable and valued serve citizens. eiateit' upon at a sufficiently from distant points effective on and i'
more should you let the fuel that Mr. Karman's letter follows date; and even those who could not' after October J. up to Apr;) 30. witha 9 I II'
supplies sustenance to your entire | : have been brought in for an operation return limit good 1 to !May :31. This
"I learn that !
Saint Luke's
l Hospital could posibly have had their
body be inferior. Have good blond lengthens the tourist season to

tf,. its Improve best. the. quality and !keep it at to lose in Jacksonville on account will of financial be compelled troubl..R. I lives. materially of the prolonged X-ray. by the application months. seven I' Please take notice that Occupation .i.ij

If you look pale and feel weak, if Hospitals are a necessity and "The crippled children's service To get rid of worms in children '
you have lost your enthusiasm and this opens) up the an avenue of propaganda could operate much more satisfactorily give them White's Cream Vermifuge. Licenses are due and payable on October -
fpr establishment of The
if blood is clogged with a in a state hospital than under little sufferer improves at once j
energy your
poisons\ your system is being fed hospital owned and operated by thestate. present conditions, and it could be ofa and soon becomes healthy'active and i 1
much wider The results robust. Price 35c. Sold first. All
with a poor grade of blood. That is scope. by Roberson's parties operating" witli-
"It is the
of state to .
no to around. If not duty any would be the correction of deformities Pharmacy. |
way go you are
care for its indigent and its
poor in hildren. A child

at trouble your right b"Rt.. get away at the Put source an end of the thalfliving. ,I la indigent general sick hospital The to establishment'be maintained of whose expect parents the are community poor crippled has and the rightto stateto decided Japanese to substitue railway authorities electricity have for {! cut such licenses after that date are in

J and operated as r part of its now give him the of I steam on all lines within the Empire -
an i'
Take that ideal tonic (
pan, to tone up your blood, Pepto-Man-and purify I i' would wonderful afford chain means of state of distributingthe institutions equal basis of competition with hiJIIft'PlowblnR's will. cost'Ch nl/e.200,000,00 which it is estimated direct violation of the Law and will
in the future yen $100,000-
it. Get the full of aspects
enjoyment cost of the care of the indigent/ of his life."Chronic. 000)) is expected to reduce the num- ,|
living. Breathe fresh air take ex- I sick I throughout the entire pouolation ber of locomotives in service be
ercise. invalids and chronic cripples by 40 subject to prosecution if said licenses
l of the state rather than continue the per cent. I)
are potential
Be sure to ask for "Gude's Pepto- paupers. They are
present situation of distributing the -
tablet Mangan.form" It and comes liquid., in One convenient has the cost among a few people year after and potentially permanent and actually burden a upon constant the If you can't boost., don'tkno..k.. I I are not paid during the month

year not an a matter of paying taxes state. A state hospital would do
same< medicinal value as the other.
There is genuine but as a matter of private dona- much to .relieve such a situation. I
only one Pepto- of October.
tion. "The hospital for the insane at WomenMade
Mangan, and the name "Gude's" I is ,
The establishment of ante hospital I o2AtLUllectUr;
a Chattahoochee has to admit
in the package.-Advertisement.( ) many
| for the general medical and
who in
people are reality not actually -
surgical care of t the indigent will in C. L. BANDY I >
in> OH, DEAR! MY BACK! no WRY be an innovations-for state that it i ii no. more than Young : .
hospitals are operated elsewhere.pcrii '
light 1 an.I proper to end I those who
Merciful Heavens how my back ul.ii Ily I'.v' :Mississippi, which are" "rhtonicallv)' invalided and! aged, t .
hurts in 'the morning I 1" it's all operates' H large Hospital I at Virks the stnte, hospital) for the insane not Bright eyes a clear skin and a body I
due to hurl. \\ hi'h her hern a rent boon I II 1 beriurse> thev are crazy but that it lull] of youth and health may tx

over- I I "Physicians" practicing in remote is uli\ed) that they can 7>e proprrh I yours if you will keep your systerr
,[ rural I dl-I Irirts of I Klor'da often
are taken are of.
ance of by regularly taking
!if" red to rare i for cave's under ('ondiI !itn i- "A tae, for medical an'1 II!
poison an6
; |I >n- \\liiih mole recovery absolute- 'vn giral; ( are' could l take care oft !
7 uric )Iv impossible and l place the doctoiit: t these. pe"ple, in a Rut t isfaetoryav |i GOLD MEDAL
The I I.. great,, 'distil\iintairc' If lip co'i'd'I II ;and, relieve many of th. odium of j I
are not \ ibi\r the( onpm.tunlly( 1 of send'ni' (h" I> '
having '
I I >< en ent to insane asvl-
to get rid of + OHM'Sbuh.. under! hi-- o\\ n rare j 11m. and could possibly euro many NL!! I ITh. '-
It. Such con \' \ I ,'::1"no' get well to a. well-operated who are hopeless under the pif-ent. / F. (\. PAINTKR FERTILIZER COMPANY
ditions rti.le' it v ",,1,1 menu mtith'ii ''
y you o-nlitimis. and would enable m.invto JACKSONVILLE. I'MUtlDA
i can readilyovercome .. <;iintr I nf. life and clrxate the stalethe 1 1of lie fho' olllCh1\' lestored to health I vorld'j tndurd remedy for kidney COMPLETE FK1ITII.IS.FIIHMiHTILIZKll!'

o\y I I medical pnutice. 'usefulness' and productiveness, in'' liver bladder and uric atiUtroubles, th, MATP.IIIAI.S
and prolong N "The lehahilitatiii'i ,of the --K i!Itno'rm' ( ''|1 that I they cwuld produce food .and, enemies of lil" and looks. In use ainc. bl'ItATKRSI.NSKCTICinKS!' '
life by taking I I II !..r'eal."rpnll, ( to the 'lateIt ; 'i eain nwi..y. :: c,hpr.',,", under present I 1696. All druggists, three sizes.
has I been> e-timated\ by at'ents of ,conditions, they may not be able to I Look for ... I
"Anuric" (anti-uric-acid l ). This tn.m. Gold M.d.1 l on IT bond POl'LTHT Nl'I'PI-IBS
: 'iolojry that It Ill! life of each indi- ]covei' and may )beeome a pi'inm. no im.i.lioa I .w..Jdt. for!....' rrlo L. 1"0'" can: be obtained at almost any drugStore I \lidulI,| : l of a state amounts to not less, neat fi ?inc'wl burden upon the state I 111
in tablet form. tnnn live Ihonsnnd dollars "There in
I is no charity hospital! ---
When ".\ state hospital would! decr'<'nsei Florida that --
your kidneys get sluggish I accepts! patients who
deaths i and increase )longevity.' I I' .!
are una'de to pay. There are two
backache : (I I Would dei'rease, infant mortality, )1'V,' ,or Ih...,.. -mall hospitals that will accept J
virtueof; giving( to the helpless' ; |hll. 1 lo'-al citizens for. Charity treatment
or twinges and pains of lumbago, I Lies who need a change of Cl I'nm'e; --the number of patients beinrr All Sizes r

rheumatism or gout; or sloop is I and expert advice of a dietitian the I exlrt'lIwlimited.] Many who are -7 +
: and
r. disturbed oppoiUmitv of coming into a hospita'where' afflicted ; Style
two or three times a i and who live in the rural ,
they could receive the propernursing districts often able through theIssistance ,0f ,
night, get Dr. Pierce's Anuric, it are rI
care and food which would I
'>' / ,, of friends to get mOneY
will life
put new into your kidneys enable them to' live. (
enough together to enable 'them togo
i and your entire system. Send Dr. /"The establishment of a state hospital
to a city but there they find no I
1 1i
Pierce'a Invalids' Hotel. Buffalo, would be a potent factor in hospital! doors opento them and *

's N.Y., ten cents for trial package. checking the' spread of communicable they return to their homes made k.\\ 'IT
It would do much in
an by having been with
F ACBtnur, OA. For many years :worse .buoyed.
the expectancy 01 retting well ana
I have been doing much heavy work 3 F KRlnnS A AKErtMAN having tpken a long journey in which

and my suffering from kidney trouble W J. STEED they .expected but did not secure I

seemed almOlltonbt>arab at times. I !KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED medical] or surgical] treatment. V r i
4 bad tried kinds of medicine for "The establishment of a well-on- t
many 'll + .h but in vain. Finally I Bent for KlNMliuinre" Florida hospital m s':
the eventual development of a medical ;
bottle of Dr. Pierce's Annrio Tablets Crnrml< nltrd' vmttlJr. StA In... .II four ointr... and 1 department in the state university .

f and !since I have taken them I have .

feit like a new woman. I highly recommend "The existence of a !large hospital
; 'Anuric' to all sufferers from DR. R. J. DENNING operated according to mod-rn ideal"
t in the hands of competent physicians w1 1,
r' kidney trouble"-Mas. A. R. CLACK, DENTIST:' would advertise to f tourists and to -f.

Route 1. Over the Postoffiee. the world at large that Florida nf r
JFFICn HOUHS' 9 to 12 30.1 30 to 6 last, is able to take care of people r' .
666 quickly relieves Constipation, Residence who are sick and, afflicted. Under s ,
Biliousness Loss of Appetite and Phone ?
{ 174Office present conditions newspapers are
Headache's, due to Torpid Liver.-adv. Phone 158 simply filled with everyday propaganda -

------ -- ._ Florida
'W - to the effect that has

"} no hospital facilities. \
i "Food for careful thought and { :
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more careful consideration.!
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This Means You. \
\ When you get up with a bad tastein ..
your mouth, a dull tired feeling,
',';; ;
no relish for food and are constipated -

;' you of Chamberlain's may know that Tablets you need They adORe Money ,Back CartridgesU.

.( not only cause an agreeable move-
ment of, the bowels, but cleanse! and S.
Invigorate the stomach and improvethe Cartridges are sold with the broadest guar-

\\i". digestion. antee ever made on ammunition. is simply this: We make exactly

Straw is too valuable to be allowedto if you don't like them, get your money back. the same guarantee

remain unused Fresh oat straw Every dealer who carries U.S. Cartridges is authorwith

can be used as a roughage in wintering zed to refund, on demand, the price of the whole
,.. stock. It is also advisable to use
ri. It liberally as bedding for farm animals box to anyone who doesn't like thcrn, and returns (Rft BLACK SHELLS

i?. ., as it adds to their comfort and the unused part of the box. s
absorbs the liquid part of the manure -
which is
Prevent Fire ._ very valuable. '
4S i ik -_ .DTb'IDGEsaUCh.higbafaleo.

k; .:), a Fire Extinguisher in tho kitchen. FACTLocal @'- proofing, in speed t7.;
HAVE For Jtll nuaks of firearm p'.r.andlnunilonllit-
t;. upstairs. Usa' Fafet.y: })e-
: viccs. Fire insurance cannot replace things Evidence '.anere..no22 Long Rifle cartridge: as accurate at distances -thaI we can guarantee .....1 I

l value Evidence that can be verified. from 50 to 250 yards as U. S. 22 N. R. A. Long: Rifle Leamok them without limit.
.I} you highly Fact is what we want. You can get your petload
Cartridges.: This is 50 more yards of accuracy than has

f, Use' a Flashlight in closets instead of Here's Opinion a is Kiagimmee not enough.fact hitherto been possible with 22 rim-fire ammunition. I for every kind ofshooting
I in
tmokeleuor 1
" lighting matches. Have a Fireplace Fender, You ran test it. Solid bullet for target: work. Hollow-point bullet for small black
' T. N. Clark, carpenter, !811 Mab- Cost powderi, in
matchless las; and Came.
a Stove Lighter, a metal hette i St., Kishinimee, Bays: "Several The Black Shell, and

fr r stand for the Electric: Iron and Safety years ago when I was living: in New UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY N.W. York, *fanu/*,,.,. your money back if

:t Matchboxes. York State I was down with my Coot in and ol The U. S. Gmaim you want il.
, ; back. My kidneys were weak and if Let m copy Law Book -FREE.

Pee these and other Safety:. Devices for I I did much work my back would be
so lame I could scarcely bend over OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO. Kiuimmee Fla. W. B. MAKINSON
CO. Kiuimmee Fla.S. .
; the 11Om we arc displaying this week or straighten. My kidneys acted too ,
F. Travis Co. Cocoa Fla. J. S. Stone
frequently and I had to /Fet up several Melbourne, Fla.

THE OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY times during the night losing W. A. Brown Cocoa, Fla. H. M. Sallie Sebastian, Fla.

much t sleep Hearing of )Doan's Kidney A. E. Matben & Co. -- Can Gallic Fla. GUI Thomas
k" KISSIMMEE FLA. I( Pills, I got a and one- : Sharps, Fla.
half dozen boxes entirely cured me. C...... E. Sand For Pierce: Fla. J. E. W. McCuHen Vero, Fla.
1 have faith "
di Price great 601' in this remedy. Gifford Tradiaf Co. Gifford, Fla. L. D. Cox, Vero Fla.
" at :all dealers. Don'tsimply ,;
THE WfNCHEST/l STORE . ask for a kidney remedy get Indian River Naval Store Malabar, Fla.Terry's W. M. Stewart Vero, Fla. w.. ,'; Ii t.
d'zr :
f p's Clark Kidney had. Pills Foster-Milburn-the same that Co., Cub. &: Carry Store Melbourne, Fla. A. J. Byrd Vero, Fla. ;; tl' t

Mfrs, Buffalo N. Y. /. .,'

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\ EXPERIMENT STATION I Show us.a farmer who grows summer ' .rv. for th. term of throe rears and t"
r ; and winter''' legumes and will to aucccad Frank U Bllla now a
Pains enemy"say SECURES DR. OWEN BURGER we member of 'said Board whose term of r
M. TILLER AGRICULfURAL POINTERSBy show you a man on the road to pros- office explr Hi on said dar, and to
The Experlmt'StaUon;; has been perity.- A fertile soil is the very transact such other feualnesa ... marprop..rl

Real Estate Agency. "I -Ill' it is/ fortunate in securing the services of first essential to success on the farm I "At such) come alectlon before.achan"said meetln.everyacre ,

Leo H.' Wilson, Cuaty Ace.L. Dr, Owen Burger' an Mi S. graduate and cover crops, especially leguminous of land In the UI.trlc.h,11 represent -
I\N\\\\\\N\\N\N\N\N\N\\W cover crops, are an absolute''' ono .share and each ,wnar shall
of the. University of Florida, He> was
Realty Bought and sold. 'T1R2N yea_......eFra ""Hail hail, th--'n 's all 1 here. asslstan in the Department of Plant necessity in the work of soil saving by be entitled'proxy In to wrllln one p vote, duly la'fdpu.d'person for or lid

Houses rented. W fortn* toUaf tram aa* What will we take to tile state fair Patholo y for five years, beginning and soil .building.:-The Progressive every acre x>t- land owned by: said- 1,

xtaraal" twin. uaa Bloaa'aUnimaat in Jacksonville this November" Os- In 1909] This gave him opportunityto Farmer. ___________________ owner The person In said District receiving the hlvheat. t
Taxes paid and Title verified Itdooth jok withatstalninc. ceola county, with her natural resources .
beco) e acquainted' with Florida number of votes at aald election shallbe
for non-residents. .rubbinr. b.nds. of citrus, live stock, and Ease the pain of a rheumatic attacK. declared elected as said supervisor.Dated .
In 1914
pathology problems.
..... U..larly forrhsm.W ), plant of
by a rubbing application this 11th day of
Fire Life and Accident In-'.. aeuas and. farm products will be there big and he entered Harvard University, and Ballard's Snow Liniment. It relieves By order.. of the Board otp8upervls-
: E. .h.oMt strong with a display that will lend received! his Ph. D. degree in 1916. ''or '
tenderness and the '
surance.. ...m...... credit to our county, which she The following two he served on ,strengthens (HEAL ERNEST ri. EVERY
years joints. Three sires, 30c 60c and :43-tt Bacretary.NOTM .
deserves.I .
Indemnity Bonds righly the staff pf the California Citrus' -
bottle. Sold
wish to make an earnest appealto Station and School of Tropical Agriculture !- i per 'K TO HKIHTOHS t
......... .. ........ .... r every producer in the county to During the last two years Pharmacy. RObersonS\\ .
-- f'Cln I. ('earl .f the ('o.a(* i..Il.. Ose.oola
Ifeep let me know in thenext two weeks he has been connected with. the Department Subscribe for the ('esaly. tltate .., 'I.rhl.
... what we can depend on you to fur 'of Agriculture, giving his '

,, nish for our county exhibit. We will time to the study of decay of fruits In re Kmato of Charles 'AVore't Carson -

pay you for your products. Don't and vegetables in transit .I' LEGAL ADVER1SEMENTSIN Tworks all Creditors, 1...-Hat: res. niatrlbuttes -
C wait on your county agent to call on Dr. Burger r one and all Persons havlnir Claims (
GDRSOB FDRPIER you, but come to me and !let me know of the best (htisJPparticulsnat 'I'I'.. .<'I IK".I. IT (.u ll,'r OK TIIK. or Domands npalnst :.
what I can depend on you to have for "...\ K1. KI.N: I M JlltMIAI. < ll,- You. and ach of you. are hereby
country II n.nllU-rt\ and re.iulnd
( I II for the exhibit. We haven't any Fruit growers and truckers as wellas l.4OIM1.' ...UII.) '. l\. Claims: itnd demands presentsb'lherhl
4140 time to waste. In harvesting your the Experiment Station !should! < II\ !\<'Kilt. "'()".:(' .".1" Hi: OKMoil either of > ou. may
,I '.' of Charleserett Carson, de-
SELLS farm back the best ( .aJ. < Htate
products save
feel happy In securing his services .
i very ...all..I. Into of scouts County. Flor
for the county exhibit, and I will be and to know that the work so U. M. I-AIIIIIIIH; t.4> t Ida to : odlJCxeeuthe .. '
nround for same in time for the fair ( ably carried! on Fawcett and' Ste- .... siiUI. "Rtal.. .. within two >ears from the
Fire Life Accident and druggistsECZEMA Have for the by ll>\ *l. ICI'I.I.\, J4 ., bar huahnnil. dole 1 hi i i iHated
you sprayed whitefly vens will he continued. .. \IKI\ ... ..I..L. l>4-fri and scale insects yet? Now is a 1 .loll <
Health Plate Glass Liability -. mighty good time to clean up your. Only a 'old. OltDI'll: OK Pt III.M1I<.\. ttY l-
.. It ai|ii'HI''Inu by Afttdaxlt tiliil In tin- C A. CAHBO.N. Jl
of all scales' and whiteflies.ran. . .
grove -- fin v&oltiK cuurfc. tlutt tin niilunrc,' i>f 41-8t .."8'utor..
and Boiler Insurance. Us( ,. of the standard oil emulsions Are v"w ill ? is often answered"Oh 1 the d,.ft tidanttt and .talon (if t In til. IKunknown "
', straight, 1 to fi5 Where tree" it's only a cold," as if a old .that 'u eh IH nor IliaK? ,I
of I Iw','nt voiitCHIH. and tliut I thttiit ,
Legal Bonds Executed are showing ammoniated fruit, you was' a matter of little consequence. ni. uni In tin. Stilt of PlorliliHOI .
can overcome that by using from but people ale beginning to learn ., 1 u i' of n **uli|>ui.mi on x liiim would. OUTLOOK WAS
MONEY BACK half to three'pounds' of blue stone to that a lommon cold is a matter not turn! t the <)"ntlituIM, .. It IH thiriiiiioniiitiii.itrii

Same Day Needed. ........t que.tia.lf Mantes 5001. the tree Scatt'er the blue stone just to be trifled with, that I some'of the "IIIt-I: :U'. that. \1'.11'1)(11'\1.sold ili-foiKlanlx: \NM: nn,in,<1tnili \
Mb In the trectnrM!JI1Ec_. like feitili/er Ammoniated serious fOr tin m ,< t.i 11HIli ot y
vou would your most diseases start' with a in' IK-HI DISCOURAGING
.tter ,
Kiniworm Itch etc
, ,
("I11I"l on Alundny, t U1 tx i alt-
DMI fruit 1wa i lumu-r of dieback cold. A.. the first irnluatioi
t Wcouie discouraged M' pro- soon as fifth OFFICE State Bank CUM other tmtmran faded.N.nt' "
: Building Meet of.Sal.vuch*ctmim h.srelteved You.bun.....t an is too late I Cough Remedy, Renu'mllwr that I the I"'I II,!' I IS x111 I\I..ItTlirU I'lit tll, II ;Ilttl'I'llt 1IH: rpuf'snd::;( II': !the, l I Tampa Man Was Getting Worse All

1e.. o. our M.nmy R..ACe.r.nfe. How about organizing I he county sooner i gnu get rid of your cold the lhls I "?I ll ,h, ,11"11101".1, 1 1 NIK I. II Vr \ .., 1'1 The Time Until Relieved By
--. - .. Try It at ow rktk in II cooperative organization that ''h"''s tin danger, and this remedy will .H, Ilui I eunsIulhr I \\ <.J I Tanlac.
Wuiitud--I.irgv, ban cotton TODAY Price 75c .' will i hiof great service to litIp to throw it off. Iv-lnim., ,? \itll, i :", a iiiwxnnM .
rags every you ,
)p r .r g III I 111 elf 4 111 It loll of I IKI ill 1 h.'I
at (; ; of flip. (E'IiTn.\L:: HKl'G sroiu f.u nier in the} countv Call the 01irnnjution I''I.,lllll\ I 1.1..IIta -1 "Tan In.. i i" the o'10 medicine I can
; 1Fal I m Bureau. and" '''-1'UV FACTORS OF SUCCESSFUL \\ l'I'1IS.y'V.I I : 11" ii",,,,, '.ilili c ii \n- recommend fur when 1 (taught it
llll\\S, ./ItHlUI, .J I 1 I. Il\ tl4tlllt Mlll
you . . .. . . . . . .-. . . ......... H-. Diodiuts. together and illmir! in like i .1 i \i. 11\1':1.1'111':1'1'i:i: i i i i...tic i statement made recently bv

ni:iniui'. 1 am uad\1 for it. An "ii!,inife grove is first lu... arvl l 1" -vt 19'r t U ill -i.nil 1 1I rMrlie Horn-It fisherman, living at y

vou ? : ; : 2:125: Stuart Street Tampa Kloiida.
all the std..hII. 111propll'itullt. ) ,
time eolll lilt'left I MM M I; I';'M:11'1'1111 I'dlt UN--1--1
Noi i M a good tune to plot that lo In successful, ;:rowers I 1 '*' II 41t1.i':. "I was In a bad fix," continued
No Need to Sweeten crop of rye, oat' or rape for fall' undhpp...,'" of citrus fiuil--, I In th* f .' 4if t 4 nttO. Jiilu.. ." 1 Mi: Hoisett "and had been for nearly -
4>f I l4 rliln. llM4n ln 4 4 unt>
ill : /mj{. It will improve your land must\ "dl1<'II' to i CT'laai einnomicjilprinciples : : I two years before 1 got Tnnlac I
besides affording,! all) excellent pa1tuie bearing( / in mind, t hat a Ii", tlif, {'Hliile, iff :s: Pi.*,,turn,, I 1'-i iI had n had<\ case of indigestion one-of
for live stock. maximum production! and eontinMedhealth I I I,'I IIH':ll j jMiTll'l I those chronic cases that jnt "" <"'01..1|

1 Have jtou plintnl that full I y,:trdr n \ ol t tin' I tlii"c annul hi hid 1 is HI | |:|M. UlKN to nil I to keep me In trouble and sap my
GrapeNutsThis vef A small plot planted to .several w :them) a ''II..onablt'. outlay of m MI- I" 1 lioni;, It itiiion, *:,.in, lluit:' on l tin 71 Ii: strength all the time Gas would
garden crops will help out ma ; tat neteh: ; r. \ I I 1 'I2M'i I Hllllll I I form on my stomach and cause a k
. vand' uoik C. l II. Kline. count) :;,;.|'h" 10 tin i ilr: ur'hi.. 'I'I 11n| |
\( .ial1Nol only. swells your in . //.rn. heavy uncomfortable feeling: that
agent of (h'asige ('nnw. but is needed in your daily I hu''.. fit in\ flniil' iliHilintk.' asIrul'i I 1'-; 'would last for hours after eating I
.four fundamental rules 01 to .
) steps 1 of tin: "I"; .. of I: :S: It, tlanilll ,
diet Vegetables are a neievsarvpart h, followed 01 taken in order to I.tb : ll < ,.IKI tl. MUfl .it tilt. PIIIIW tlllll. I Ulll'hnd sharp, piercing pains all through
of our daily "food! rltlon 'sl Ie.stilts. : | |pr' ".'HI'ill ni\ dull, nicoinits n. J Pxirntorif my stomach that were ,no severe I
wheat and malted barley
I expect the coin weevils arc <'at- I. Proper fcrtili/in' at least I three sold, \ iHtil' 'anil IIHK for tliwlr often had to stop and lie down before ,

mjr your corn pretty badly lithis of pni\..:al..., 1 could get anv relief. I could I
food times a vciir will result in plenty I l ,111".1 21. \ U t 1921'I' !
is naturally sweet. I time. and if I were you, I would destrov > new bearing wood growth, maximum ,V CM'SiiSI" =" "I'-I not sleep well and fevH off wo much in i
them bv > caibonbisulphide :I II 1 r.xvt weight that day I felt too
usingsome crops, good tree' health. a reduction many n
- -
Since twenty hours baking What's the id<'lof raising . weak to work. 1 was getting; worse
of pe-ts and diseases, hardier tretw, MIIKI'; (P.' I.It'4'1'1)1. Or1 'I'Ax':;
rood( l corn and I then feed it to the and hardier and better .ruit III.:I:lM >. all the time i steed of better, and
and processing develop weevils 'I 1 2. Judicious pruning will preventthe things were b'trmning/'; to look discouraging '
Remember the fair In Jacksonvillein I "1H'I' IS IJIoII.nV 1JIyl'N;( I ThAI to me. b;
continuous dying: of wood; will I Ii .\ :sinitli: puKhiiHit of 7'nx1''rll-
sugar from, its own grains. November and that Osceola county : prevent certain, fungus diseases and llrnliN.I!' Jin. Intro' the. Trrt iHof" "Several of my friends had tried
will be there with an exhibit that I scale attacks; will remove undesirable .III'''' 'v l U U H,' IIIIH It hd I. nand, 1 CI''rtl- Tanlac and they all spoke so well
will make l of the ''Diate ,in m\' offWc, and IIIIH 1111111 aiplliittlnti that I decided
you proud county of it finally to quit
limbs and thus ,
mean -
a tonwervuItion foi tux tired lu I-IHUI In arloiilniiftv -
Grape =NutS is easily you live in if vou are not already I of plant food; and it will make ullli la-u Said. e'rtBrat' ,everything else and give it a trial. +'
proud of that fact. possible] giving the tree I I..nilu, dray the faii.lug. (,(*'. Well sir, on the very first bottle nvv 1
and has propel property| Hiluitiil, In Hccola. t' .1'110..1 appetite got: ii new start and I couldsee t
digested a riche shape I Klorliln to" It
Widow Preferred to Meet I 3 (Proper cultivation will improve All Itlm k 17. oC Hunni in*.ill- that I was getting bet' in every -
Rairi, land bilnv BBBI...HI.d at Ile t dale way. I have now taken four
flavor unlike that oF nitrifvmg and bacterial conditions; I
: of iHHUHtui of -mid rirtinriifr in the '
bottles and I'm surprised how '
any I' will aid the of the trees will) quiok
growth' not m" of lilHHton If Est:: ITnluKB .
'cereal. Death at Home conserve soil moisture; and will turn 1 lfl< ati. shall In red*.(.IIKM! accordMnif I my troubles have all left me I caneet 9
other 1r liyx l tux d"d ""i ill I 'bait*' thereon anything I ever could and digestit
under humus. 1 :
necessary on the IMIi ;day of (litolier, A. I' bad t
"For I suffered from to the I as well as if I had never
many years' 4 Systematic spraying extent I n I 11121)t'Itrult
stomach trouble All the doctors I only of stopping'" injurious. insects I ( ) Momac-h trouble in my life. I get t
It is healthFul ;:- -- J. I. n\ .ItI'l'rItI:.:T.Ir.1 good, sound sleep every night now
::t. : ;. -- tried helped me but little. All said or diseases will result in thelIdrl..d
'-' rei1: 4(1( Cli'rk Clrililt Court
- I would have to to hospital and advantage of producing bright -- and when morning comes .I'm ready
go i - -- - ---- - ----
and economical . be operated) o nfor gall stone or I : fruit. I'I KU'IK F:. for work. I have picked up nine ,
would I told Growers others interested pounds in weight and don't know
( lonper or in ,
IB KJven. that
Notln hintiv on
.... --. d them I prefeareli to meet death at '!citrus culture can secure detailed information i IThu'.*lu>.. the 25 th'd..y of IVUilxir. A. when I ever' felt better or stronger.
.t" ".... yjjA home. One day I picked up an advertisement on the above questions I'H. I'1211[ at the hour of 10:00: rloclc Since Tanlac has fixed me up so fine
17teres a.Reasozi' = I ii. m. at the Court House at TltuaTlll my sister and several of my friends
of Wonderful bulletins
E: Mayr's from Experiment Station
: : <>, Hrevard County Florida the it."
Remedy and since taking a course of 137, 148 150, 154 and' Agricultural annual nesting of the owners of the taking
-e it 'mQl'e'than a year ago have not Extension bulletin 18, all ef which i' ode situated In the Upper Ht Johns Tanlac is' sold i in Kissimme by J. "

Hade \>y ::-::'=:RED:.._ had a single paiA in my stomach ran be had for the asking from the I,JDrulnan imrirone*of lilslrlct eleotlnic will Iwo ha held member for the of Z. Roberson Cloud and Central Drug t Store CloudPharmacy.
and In St the St.-
Cereal .::: have good appetite and can eat any, Experiment Station ot the University i. t the II..RI'I 'of HupervlfiuiH' who shall '
Company ::- thing." It is a simple harmless prep- of Florwlw ..t Gainesville' hti A land owner of Maid District to .
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Battle Creek Michigan.etRidofOneMartandTwoTeoms. -' ::.:.:::::.: mucus from the removes intestinal tract- 1 l,! -- --- a

ind allays the inflammation which I --------j-T
onuses practically all stomach fiver I It's dollars
'nd intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. -
One doss wilt (convince }

or money refunded. J. Z. Roberson J
and druggists everywhere. y to doughnuts

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AUSTRALIAN LADY BEETLE '- no man ever smoked better, f

(VEDALIA) TO CONTROL COT- cigarette at any price! '

During the )period of summer rams ,

heavy showers wash off large num quality, and their expert blend J.
>ers of the Cottony-cushion n CAMELS '
young :
.tt Domestic t
Turkish and choice '
scale, or so-called crawlers, so that .t r,

this scale is not likely to increase ,ita "I tobaccos hand you a cigarette that will sat- i
Late m the season beginning with);
about October 'when shower are s isfy every smoke desire you ever expressed. Fi;(,:

fewer and when comparatively long ----' .r You will prefer this Camel blend to either "
periods of dry weather set in, thin "
condition' is chanced: and the scale 1 kind smoked straight! :

4 mav multiply rapidly. .. ''t

The best remedy for the control of Camels mellow mildness will certainly
( this scale is the Vedalia or Auntral-
'an Ladybird beetle. An its name Im- ( appeal to you. The "body" is all there, and ' ,;y

plies. this beetle was introduced from smoothness 1
Indiana Tractor takes the place of two that a delight
Australia, the native home of the ,
THE and at all kind. of farm w
one man Cottony-cushion scale for the pur- ii
orchard work. It makes unnecessary nose of controlling this scale in California Go the limit with Camels! They will not : v
to keep-and feed-over the winter. four
bones that can be used only a few weoks a year. that it. is Its now work employed was as so the effective chief tire your taste. And, they (leave no unpleasant ':;i

agency for the control of Cottonvc.ushion L cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant ciga- ' f

I. scale in all paits of the TURKISH &DOMESTIC ,
al eJVn retty
INJNA CI4A n.T .f ri
The entomological department of

TRACTO1JJrvUtorktiiJhKtor thp State Plant Board can supply Just compare Camels with any cigarette >:
wth; limited of
grpwers quantity in the world at price
any ;
these beetles for use! in there groves ,
A colopy consists of ten.' They will \
The Indiana Tractor pulls orchard plows harrows also furnish directions for colonizing C.lIMf. ate acid*r.rr tv/wr* HIW _.",.lfe.lly sealed .
and all other horse tools used in fruit grow: them on request .chllo "f ::10 "',,....,,,..; or ,., pocke' (200u..r.r : /"
ing. It plows' with mold board or dine, pulla '..) m. 41aas1n0 p.per-cov.nd o.r'o" r' '
Growers desiring to secure Vedalia .ncthim carton for the/torn ,
ttmngh r comai
harrows,oultipackers: binders cultivating: tools, from the plant board are requestedto or .//Ic.* .apply or rh+m you ft.vH. .PAM
and does belt work requiring: up to 12 horse
power. It uses ordinary horse implement without always send a good lot of scale a. J REYNOLDS TOO ACCO CO, Wlns oa-S lm. N. C.
This scale is indeed primarily for 1:
)0 expensive hitches. examination, but it is also wanted as __ \ Ji

One man and an Indiana can work two man food for rearing young Vedalis

. farm; it replaces one man and four horses on a r which feeds only on Cottony-cushion
six hone farm. Quit working:for your horses and sc l:.
work for yourself. Order an Indiana now and C >ti tiI +
dot two men' work yourself. A clear colorless liquid that will I

heal wounds, cuts sores and galls Is c
A Practical Trartor Fur the latest and beat production of
1'.....11..1 ".r...... medico sei..nce. Ask for Liquid A

WEIGHS 2500 Lbt. Borozone, it is a marvel in flesh-

COSTS $990.00.u. healing remedies Price 30c fit and zti- -=

$1.29. Sold by Rober Ot1's pliarnvacy -f ;
When storing sweet potatoes remember It:
Good Dealer.. Can Secure Territory that 40 pounds of tubers = -

, 1 will occupy one cubic foot of space .
A storage bin 10x10 and 6 feet deep t-vr

SoutheasternIndiana will !hold 400 bushels an average of i ,

four bushels to each square foot.
66ft cures Malaria. Chills and Fever y4

4 Tractor Company Bilious Fever Colds and La-

,1 Grippe. It kills the parasite that :
causes the fever. It is a splendid ;, iV i

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EIGHT ,,,1: / .. IUSSIMMEE VALLET; .GAZETTV. FWOAT. OCTDBCK is. it* \\n .I'', t ;
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r do your share of the tickling.
ST CLOUD Probably the only sure and certain
cure for' complaining is death.* This :
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t x i_ seems like a desperate sort of cure. 'WHIL'E"THIS \STOCK.LA'S'TS :

_ Mn and Mrs. 'Fred Williams and But. what ''other cur have you. ever . 1 1I
family of Sanford, Sunday known to be effective? Complaint '" '
I with Mr. and Mr. Andrew Quailing. I. often heard about\ the trains being
4'I 'Mill Rose McCoy of Kent, Ohio, late, and yet a late train beat a ;
arrived Monday evening horseand wagon jogging along inland .
/'MM. '''W. S. Freeman left Wednesday or muddy_road.. . I Tires
for North Loop, Nebraska fora Even now you will, find many"?arm. Special Prices on

visit before going on to California. era who go to. town in autos and car .
for the winter ' ry products ,to market in motor
Mr... and Mrs. S. J. Triplett of trucks complaining as much as they ,
Lake "Wales spent Sunday in St. did when they had to start from
Cloud. .. home in the early morning and not .
Mr.. Frances Colvin passed away get back until' long after dark. The ,
suddenly on Sunday morning, October hope of the farming communities' lies
1Q. She leaves two daughters, In the chance of' the old fanner's .6,00'0 MILE 'GUARANTEE 'STANDARD MADE, .:
Mrs. Graham of Harrison Kansas boys escaping the complaining disor ..
and Mrs Ella Parker of Oberlin Kansas -
,.( who have been here for the past der.Here are some thoughts culled ..}Ox3 R. D. lincher--______--_____--__--_$ ( M l
two weeks, and one son, Louis Col- from a' talk by Prof. O. II. Benson
I vin, of Orlando besides a number of a specialist 'in agricultural club work. 3Ox,3/z, NS.'Clincircr------------------------------: 11.65

grandchildren to mourn her loss. United States Department of Agriculture 31114 N. S. Clincher---- : 24.30
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Funeral: services will be held Sunday : -

afternoon. "The true function of a school is 32x,3J/z, N. S. Straight Side-------_______ _____ -_ 21,832x4 .
; Mr. and Mrs. E. Hoppe, and two to give expression to child-life with ? .. .. 28,3033x4 .
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r daughters Anna and Louise returned in its! immediate!' surroundings."There .. .. ..
Thursday morning from Foster, is quite as much educationand __.-.________________________ 29.4534x4 : .

Ohio. true learning in the analysis of .. __________...______..._ ___ ___ X0.5031x42. .
,J Comrade, Charles M. Rawling died an ear of corn as in the analysis ofa .. .. .
.., died -at his home on Michigan ave complex sentence; ability to analyze ? ________:________-________._ 36.25
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'\ ('. II. Kl'INKrrpalilleaa nue. Funeral services- were held at I clover! and alfalfa roots savorsof 33x4/z! ____________-.___________ ___ 38.8: .
... the Methodist ehurl.'hat ten o'clock quite as much, culture as does the .. .. ..
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elected I will mily do Mount Peace cemetery | "Education is a process of train- I 35x4/z! -___________________ ___ __-- 42.23
If I. inv dutyat Mrs. John T. Anderson, of Haines ,
ling that fits us into life and environments I ..
nil times with. a mjunre dial toevei City was visiting her sister Mrs. ', and makes us expressive and ; 3715. __ __.:._:._______ ___ __ _------- 48.253)x5

) one Yarwood a' few days this week. i I serviceable where we live. ? .. _ ___ ___ __ __ ____________ _- __ 40.1536x4' .
-- - -- - W M. Gober, republican candidate ..
|I I "Lack of social life better home i
for attorney general, and George E. : environments, more laborsavingpachinery | !/ ? ____________________________ 42.80

We Are Now Shipping Gay, candidate for governor spokein and devices, carefully directed 1 ',\
A the G. A. R. .hall Thursday after- ,I education for the rural girl .
Y Sweet Potatoes and new Syrup noon. and her mother are more largely We hate only a Limited Stock at this price. Above'prices
in barrels in car loads and less, Or. F. F. II. Pope, who has I been responsible for the migration of the 1
car loads. Write us for prices visiting in Kent, Ohio, I is among the best citizenship, from the farm to the I quoted, will apply only to stock on hand.

; M1ZKLL-KVANS COMPANY: :' late arrivals. citv life than any other factor. ;

Live Fla. I "Instead of the criminal exploitation -,' LUPFER & PRATHER GARAGE
I Hat FIGURE OUT WHAT IS COMING of wars and hfoodnhed in United' ;I,
TO YOU BEFORE YOU COMPLAIN Stales history let us substitute the
'" -- -- - I I 1 OF SHORT MEASURE I story of the history of our national!
o9ao9r9aa"oa0999+,> c"> agriculture and the captains of our,

"I !l i "Our portion By Moses is not Folsom.large indeed, I should national"The lx corn ml agricultural'tsties.and canning club labprato plat1-

FOR SALt[! ; Hut then how little do wi nerd; 'of the rural and village schools."
For nature's calls are few; 1 :Most of the Florida counties have
In thin the art of living lies clubs of one sort or the othercan I Ininl .

I I To want more than may suffice I {'. corn, chicken and pig{' clubs.j
t And make that little do." and, the women have clubs and nil ,,
-Colton. lire doing good work. Let. us have I Allen Princess Ranges
When you are satisfied as to whatis more of thfrn. Nearly all the counties -,
Must Be Removed f (coming to you there will l I.e no excuse have farm demonstration' agents, '
for complaining. When you and their work is valuable. Investigation
have paid for a "bushel! of potatoesyou gives us better knowledge of
never think of expecting more what our state offer, to intelligenteffort. I
f j than a bushel. And when you con- I yo -
tract to do a (certain work for so I Knowledge of Florida will bring
,,1 7-room: house on the much, you don't expect to receivemore. more people. Our state needs more I Just a few of the many talking points of the Allen Pnetcei Ranges. The pipe behind! the warming

), southwest corner This. is a bit of philosophy that is will men; build men homes with ,families plant ;fruit men t"11.1 who closet is a feature of convenience. Out_ of they.. easy to clean out and does not throw heal in

very easy to remember, a,* well! as to cultivate the land., raise cattle, nor
Main and Lake understand. Were you to live by it ses, mules hogs .sheep, goats and the face of' the cook. Triple! walls. The a.i>ejoa ts held am place by heavy caM plates. This sales

your life would be happier and the i i make butter improve the fuel holds the heat inside and prevents the body from burning out t
streets world would look better to you. 'goads, send their children to" school.
I If you are one of those workmenwho read! the newspapers and attend
never seem to be thankful for church, and public meetings where I
I i ;what they find in their en\eloOes the general welfare is discussed.!" |
Apply frown as you open it, and feel disposed 'I One of our greatest of home farm I Have Your Meals Served on Time i;
I 1 to abuse your employer because or factory assets !is health. You maul I IV :
; he has not more in it than
put now what it is to have a sickly
the ('ontract'call" for, you are doomed family, or to be sickly yourself. And;
A. S. REED l f fx'0'9'004 to an unhappy sort of life. you will be able to recall how you '

,I Farmers, as a class, are disposed (complained and maybe how you You can have your meals on time when u-'.g aa :9n1'* Prince Range. !Made of copper-beaimx
j'o! complain because they are not wnnden-d what Cod; I had against you.
< : !getting more for their" work, when Anyway you complained to beat th" iron special rust-reMsting metal. TS-y are Jh< htybest type ol' modern cooking apparatus. Sold
'they are getting all out of the land h.ind
I that is ('Omingto them. Land doesn't I Did) you stop to inquire the cause under an ab.oiule-you-must-be-salisfied guarantee "
The U. S. Interstate Commerce make flesh of one and fowl of another of the sickness' Did you take the
S' Commission has approved farther increases 1 but gives to each according to' hint und clean up your farm, chicken
in express rates averaging piomise. coop oiit-bmMinirs, and the grounds W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY"WINCHESTER 4
13.5 per cent. Increases, which apply "You tickle me and I'll tickle you". around ? And did you carefully examine -
to class commodity rates, makea says the soil. If you will accept daily bills of fare'?
total increase of 26 per cent grant- 1 thehe terms you will never have just i i iI Had your your pigs or chickens not been CKNS AND / (uxmON" r

J '. ed express companies within -the last cause for complaint. So always keep I I doing well on the feed you were giv I
few'. months.. J'I! >,' terms in mind and be Careful to ,| ing them you would have analyzed .
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their rations to find where the .
4 Oo++++4+++M"0++0"*++ children you would go on eating the "-' -- --
same thjngs, cooked in the same ojd part; of the:; country. It feds on I I-of the Jacksonville Chamber *f Commerce waod hd and, two spare rnoaia 'I la'
and other curcu- '( meets' early next' week a broad rear Reason for selling pro/ferry
Owners of Residenceswhich pumpkins, squash too large for present
way.Do 'you live in poorly ventilated I bits but seldom becomes serious plan 'of activity ajraia tbage invader Valley Qaz..(t<-. Applr 2-if.
homes? Do you screen out flies and The other has hitherto been confined will be adopted. Already. plans ------- -- -.- -

may be for sale other insect carriers of disease? Do Ito'! the far BOutb.t and Mexico for the annual firrt One of defense! FOR yln" lak fn, it. near trtirt.KI T.Hii.mOne li'.iipil, .', ,
you feed your babies on soothing i where it has long been a most severepest against these_ bearer *f qurvtwoa lea / uf pri-ttl. building stir.. 1M
at from $1000 to $5000 syrup when they are cross? Do you of beans says J. It. Watson entomologist advertising sefaente* bring pre v the StHl.. Thin In a bargain .I M
know that crossness in children is at the Florida Experiment -I I pared. A booklet; dctaili** the ethI Mallocka. ML I>ora. Fla. 27-lf:

:'r Should Meet Mr. W. G. Lane often due to cause. which you can Station. who became acquaint j. ods of adTertorista is beamvp prepared FOR RA1.BI-.One Kmeraon Tjrpvwritor, r
1h r remedy without gionngthem "dope"? I ed with this insert years ago| in New I Ii i for distritNrtieai to Jacksonville model three. Tlilblo. a* rood 'an ntw, '",
wilh You must learn to be healthy for Mexico. lie states that this beetle business meat and everybast- Apply Valley Quette. f ;
+ a. .connected: a prominent realty firm at Orlando. I health is your most valuable asset i!is the most danRCTooos pest with j I ness house in Oas city win ba salted FOR SALE;-one ot. Electric wan --:;-
I hive to contend. I to refrain frwn oMg bvsanen with I'late. I'raotlcally new. At a reasonable
Mr. Lane will on Saturday only, be at the office of NEW BEETLE MENACES BEANS which It is indeed grower a bad pest always taking unendorsed saltjmta of .dwertinng.It .. price, Apply Valley Oatie. i

AND COWPEAS OF FLORIDA a heavy toll of the bean crop I. is probable that the *}>Uia of ..'
D. G. McKAY ,and frequently destroying it entirely.The requiring each it rad advertising' FOR SM Rift.. big thrnr rollerpoonr :
When the farmer thinks of lady- problem is ai! the more serious specialist} to fin ... a questionnaire 110" ,rant- mill. Address I' n. ?
beetles he thinks of them as friends. because beans are very easily burnedby will be again anJopted- The gsratim- 1-- - KlliKBtun..- ------Kla. 4 1-.Itpit. at'
7 OSCEOLA BANK BUILDING will be. im their inquiry '1I .
And usually they are friends. In arsenicals. sleeping; I MISCELLANEOUS. .: .
ra I the grove truck patch and garden Until recently this insect was confined into the t. tie set - -- ------ :
they destroy immense numbers of. !I to the arid southwest and no forth and will be take ap m regular -'.gRY. NI. > If 'NI'> (HOOKS./ bought. "wTiMi t
Do not miss seeing Mr. Lane on Saturday. scale insecta and plant lice. one suspected that it would become I order by the nanrship committee .., ..I l n>|>Hlril. The ('Hiillio /1-ti' ; .
I But there are two black sheep in established in the more humid east. of the caanafeer .f rmtrnmtrrrr. JKT INTO BrSINKSSWntklim: 17: ';
Plans of merit will --i.e doe com ...Vir .. sell a
ooo.otoo o ooooooooooo.oo.ooooooo .o oo.o..o o the family of beetles. One' is found But last year it appeared in Alabama i m- ( to every farmer Jr
generally. throughout the northern its numbers have mittee's endoinsMS ithsat stint. you own an auto or team. r i" gIv i ,.f W. 'i
and this year I! "
bond write today for Inform ill.m
It' is I But schemers mt dMsbtfai TaI_ to : 1
u i reached alarming proportions. 'I where you fan let territory fur
the advertiser win have mm cfcanre welling: product of InrtrNtrt fTTXUlttlon i -
.l _.._ -lit. ,., _-._ _It_ t.. -_-.__ :- -", .... '...,.,...... fir: _It.A__ ___ -n, UV found thrive to equally attacknot well-on nly cowpea beans 1buthtoo I before the grilling; b..r.... Tm lee- ..n of UH'-r.kind J.In It world\Vnlk I Twenty.. Cotntmnr.tallll !Is J.I J.

is most disquieting for with beansin Union. I I I Ih-pl 11". \VliKinn.. MlniifHiitH I
I 1 ..--' the winter and cowpeas In the I,!i ---- (3.3t-i.J.. L

DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. CEDGE CEO. T. SINGEL TAR Y summer to Bay nothing of numerous AllYertise.nfs: FOR \
Classified RENT
food. ;
'I Pre..I1. CalMer V' &)'er legumes which serve as ; _
has abundant food supply :
h the pest an VOte RENT-Large cool bed room |
} throughout the year. LOST I I light", hoiiaekeeplnir npnrtmenta anda ;
Dr. W. E. HiiwU. Alabama state i garage: at >22 Church' St. 5-tf _
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entomologist has called a conference LOST--Mar. C: __ I FOR RKNT-I..r ;. nice\ furnlntiexlr ,
of the entomologists of the cotton Wh>T.- _....... C'-.I I-.c- --1''I t I states to consider the raattei1. Every I and St nlr.T,. wHiward Maas--tie lj ke and Ray .::. t.(3'-4.:: ; 'F.rnf'{ Alawaon.
effort will be made to check the If returned t. Valley 44-11 Casette. :, 41-tf .
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.. spread of the peat. 'i
ri It ia very important that farmers FOR SALE "j ,j
< especially those in west Florida keepa 1----'AST.I-To--Icniie ...
Systematize Your Affairs a farm of 5 ormare
sharp lookout and send at once ONE (;(u11. > r..a aww .- lancelot :I acres with or without atock {..
t) specimens of any insecta found eating and mall cr..rry seerf.r for H term of vrnra: with or withoutprlvlleire I ,
all to quirkKACINK.aM aaply IIC llabb.a. ..t.Iiaaimmee of bllvlliK fiend full In- ,
Open Bank Account here and the receive holes in the leaves legumes
a put money you Vior..a '.-Us rur..tlon I In' first letter Address:
n. '. < f receive it right into Bank. The leaks. the Experiment Station for identifi I I l-hester T Mnokfty. Box *,4*. MattaOolKvtl. 1
so BOOn a* you pocketbook cation. uoara-'ed --.. Iklaaa 40-41. )j

;( Your Bank. Account doesn't. We furnish you with book, check Like moat lady-beetles this one IB .'om"D,,,1.. or and... -,r..w.CaY- 1-0- Nrs a'e. 1.I.Aroaa _:.:: I I P'.,RJ.HIt"s&ndOdIlY for a frx ;C, "

; ... etc.. free. don't know how to do it let us show you. Everyone color round, with in outline IS .,black brownish spots orange on the in Sc.-., /i-t !i.;i and sample Stockman copy, of published tae Florida at.Farmer Jacksonville. a:

4 Inch in FOR SALT-WfnrmtoK kwr aM f... Tolls about livestock raisins __
learn sometime. Why ? 6-16 of an 's
must not start learning to-day back, and is abort ..
soft l,..... r.t* i '- P U :, dairying. poultryi eltrus fruit
tc I length. The young are yellow Wagner Nona Herr.naa Are 1e-It and trueklnic. weekly(, at $1.80 per .,
bodied spiny grubs which also feed -- -- year-three rears for IX 00. Only ,t.
Bank of Osceola (- bnc-: __ will livestock ana general
County beans.ROUGH FOR 8 ALE-- farming paper
the .
on work w d..bie t"rwr 11%': In th.- state Write today. :i
I? < Apply a. 11'ilsa'aDrur r.lw sir.t11 -- -- -- .
if' Hours 9 2 ? ON "ADVERTOURISTt4"Smoothtalkitgr. ".- -. iV\NTi 11'srd Ford car Must beIn '
a. m. p. m. f
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v tI toa4 tnnnlns: oi'l.r Htate price
":.t fast-stepping FOR SALE.-r'eaMw tcrddl. mad teima H .1. Clltia. LouKbmsn.Klurltia :
t: **+ are \r E Par- 44 It.W.vNTeIT .
R i ir tlemen touring the country for n-I I and mer mare.tnrrmJS w .p w F..... ..... .....*.....1 -
health and paring railroad fares I hoar Nair.uaaKI, -- *r A. R ? gel 1 Jn touch with own- i .
with the money of business Thomas KU ia.a e.Via 4Si -.r t i I .r of net ondiand>, farm Implemetim. ..
hotel bills --- --- home, and household ruriilture ,
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men in the tank towns" they i KOR 8AI.cara .E--Geo4 'aeamd-k..P-4 F.... I .4ee S c Knrker at "The I'rn. .
themselves RavcvdaW Pk..> li 44-x
visit are likely: to discover J I Han G S1t'FOR city
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I I JVAXTKO: TO RKNT-Pour roumvdr :
TJa. Bank With th* Ability visit Jacksonville this winter on 8AI.K-Row* sad If.KM I..- house by November 10th. ApplyA t-r
their annual flight from the chills quI' ol.J M .u..r. 1-., R r v n.-y. Oa"ett... 4t-t-x ,,.
and Willingntn to Srv DEPOSITS INSURED i .I '
'--- of northern climates."Advertourista" FOR SA i.g-Yiu. r ......<- tK+serty..I W \NTKP-To rurohaiie for ruali two .(,s
.. wttl find their q..rt-bh.dl .era .- -. .1 pool tablra. Must bo cheap and l In "....
trade strictly taboo Sere and when I .... ,. rr--r r-a." ..s be- .,... rood rcnalr R. D. Warl..... (>rl n- 1 '. .
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