Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 19, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
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SLAUGHTER GOVERNOR PROMISES TO i DEMAND' 'FOR HOUSES HOLY ROLLERS :ROLL DATE:, FOR ADJUSTMENT- :
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ATTEND. STATE' FAIR OP'. WAR SERVICE CLAIMS BU( .ARE ORDERED
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Jacksonville, August1 18._ Gover .:TThe'Bureau of:War Risk Insurance
[IP1HAYANAWHOLLYCONTROL'BUSINESS nor's Day. at the Florida State Fair MODERN 'E FURNISHED WITH RUBBER TIRES I. 'giving every.ex-service run I abd FW FIRST SECTION
'and Exposition which will be stagedin Woman'in Florida .an opportunity. to
Jacksonville November 12 to 19, : secure a just settlement for av disability .
Inclusive'is destined to be a red-let- ALREADY COMMENCED FROM AMEN SECTION incurred or aggravalbd b, ::ef MELBOURNE' ROAD

.....:-.; .'. ter show day: in the" annals, of the' big- fall i ,.. *::.:""/'..Ii l -..-.' ''''\.''' .............,...,..'.,...'....._........! their clean-np service squad in has the been world organised war. A I, -, .

tary' ..- ...,,\Jast, Retnraed, Governor Gary A. .H...., who 'is latllcali Are That .wee 1 Will I a..... net Raw Ore Unknown and'' will toar the'state in 'order. to Cask. :SaJ ef, Wanaab justify Cesalislonan -

Hu Seaae' PaintanRecardiaf Caba known. at an ardent supporter of every ,Be Two H..... Aparteeab. udCettafM ,T..,.. Caaaed Split.,,1,In i Factioftj reach everyone concerned. .. .. CoausesKdac ,n..
movement -destined to develop ''* 8-' Congress baa appropriated.,$40d000,000' ,*
Aad Cattle sSecretary has .,SLy w 'hich.DidN.t. Heal Welt Craee-State Read
Florida j accepted the invitation for compensation claims for ; ea
: Sam----- of. the. fair association to be .present The old- will be heard Tuesday the tt";; whcb''has, fur- all ex-service men'and 'women who adjourned;
( Snmmerlln,' of thene same cry -I At the session of 'thecounty r
on1 Governor's Day which has been have
fished a disability caused
Cattle Raisers' Association of set for during the coming season. "There such a variety of fun-during I or aggravsted'by'the commissioners held on Wednesday *
Wednesday November 16. world and
bis are not enough houses to accommodate the L past six hypnotic months was ; war what is
PJorida, upon return from a.tentlajr morning the tentative
The invitation to the governor includes designated( as a "clean-up squad" is purchase
excursion the-people who desire to spendthe taken down and 'Pecked"up.i ,'
to Havana and other of'time.warrants to the
hi. entire It'i. .0.
'cabinet and .
winter in Kissimmee' .. That evenland all now coveringthis state. Orange '
through the
points lnCuba, In tent of 110,000 at. 95
submitting to the
an the chief ; by Feepie's
expected executive will) be Seminole. and Osceola counties have
Interview, gave the following as his accompanied to Jacksonville bya'no While it U. still early and"th'e fall night' quiet'reigned., Bank of Saint Cloud was made.ctual.

,f ilnion of/,the possibilities of that table array of' statoOfficials.In . has not almost from ,summer's. lap ? ; Wednesday evening conditioned fed-rah the president of that lutl-
there- are daily'calls forfur.fished there was the'.ame ,
!Jnt aa regards the shipping of-cat tution having endorsed the
I'8Tioa".ctlon
-. his letter of Mr. In .Orlando ])
acceptance, for four days
," .from Florida\ > apartments for'cottages, 1Mbom.of.om.on the 4 neighbor uttered with much I : commenc of the cashier. In addition
Hardee states;"j[ will be pleased .to wherethere lervency'Ble.theLordJ'For ing Thursday' September:l5.1orthe ".
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.-"Itookample time to see the country : therewerereported sold"an additional
be with the
you on date suggested, purpose of getting in touch with
be. found modern' conveniences several months then has
: for there are daily trains from nay ex eight warrants of the value
and will especially urge each member isted these coming under the various clan par
There few vacant houses be strained .
are a to a condition among'thesanctified .
I Havana to Sagua la Grande the of the cabinet to be present *' sifications.' of. $600 each which combined
r.western extremity and from Havana found-but they are usually): of :'the New gangs would come .-- deals gave an aggregate of, cash
third or fourth grade; 'and these>will -but in. some cases there was ,no '
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4 .to Carnaguay, the eastern extrem. practically on hand .at $14.00fl_
M.y--o far arxthe cattle Interests FARMER INSISTS ,engaged only under great needs glad hand'extendednd frequently FERTILIZER ORDERS H a The commissioners are also bank
Tire concerned. West from Havana lethe .and then only for a brief time. the j newcomers would park. at .the ing', upon the pledge made before a
famous district The time has passed 'when a toilet tourist camp hundred 'witness.. at-hie -Runnymed

.of Vuelto \tob.cco-&Towlnfi as the ROAD CAN BE MADE and bath are' luxuries. -They have Lately these conditions have WITH CO-OPERATORS Lodge by J.E. Krause,that he would
principal caneflelds. 'The east Is :devoted become 'necessities as niucn so... strained bit harder and neighbors take as many bonds -aa any bank uv<
more to stock-raising. a bedroom or a kitchen. Owners of assert that some of the Lord's chos- the county would buy-up to $10-.
"Here you will find!< some fine renting houses are learning this fact; en would not communicate one with 000. He has been notified of the aetlon -,
herds. It Is a cow paradise-so far FOR AMOUNT VOTEDFarmer consequently all bungalows or cottages another. And it is rumored that the ARE URGED AT ONCE of the Saint Cloud bank; .and '?'
now being erected are made in primary cause of the dissolution e/ there iano "
as.grass climate and freedom from ( possible way for the' ?a: j
f-insects are concerned This ia where &: Iagra-a Urge Cestailssion- a modem, manner with as many conveniences Arnenism'area over the matter of Crops 0'- Negro Growers Will Be hotelman to renig from his brom....,
j3i.vana gets seventy-five percent of as possible. For all such the unknown tonguea-which _seems ., There ,are others also promising to
her native beef as the railroad Intersects ers To Start Work At Once" On.. there is a steady demand at a modest to have been cross between the Handled by Association .At' A take one or .more bonds, and ft'',la
4 this section. There area First Two Mites of Highway. rental. Last year the assertion was .gibbering of the South American Trifling Cost I. ProducerJust - believed that the entire surplus will
i great' many cattle- -produced here, made many times that-if there were monkey and the' jam songs'of the be taken so rapidly that there will
but nothing like-a full: supply as The 'special session of the county erected one hundred four-room or. Eskimo. three months;; old and more be no cessation in the work.
'there are thousands of heads shipped commissioners on. Monday was not ., plainly but I From" appearances, around the than three times as .big as when it By< the.action L of the board on'
in from South America and Central1 as resultant as had been hoped, as neatly furnished, -they could be rect1 I' camp it now 'looks as if someone was born the Osceola Growers' Cooperative Wednesday there 'W.' '.n ,orderplaced
America, and, probably a huge num. matters regarding the purchase of ed Instanter.If I' would have a perfectly) new and Association continues to for the first 840,000 brick'
bar from Florida. Lykes Brothers the remaining time warrants has not at this time there could be an handsome church for sale or to let. maintain its reputation for well-at from the Birmingham pl.nt- be
lave been successful cattle importers progressed as rapidly as had .been era of general building and a varietyf I It is really a handsome structure tended-meetings, enthusiastic co-op rolled aa quickly. the fnt.inspee.
for years. expected. clever little homes built and furnished : 'although not completed. Possibly nation, and rosy prospects Seven tion can' be made by the county engineer s
"Havana consumes, approximately The Peoples Bank of Saint Cloud the fact would be heralded someone has been stung: .. yet only ty-flve men and women of the asso Joseph E.' Johnston-- at 'the'
four hundred head of beef each-day. sent In an offer to buy $10,000 worth forth to all quarters; with the result the stingee wig express regret. Mostof I. d.tlon'were on hand at Tuesday's plant.'gy contract made with Mr.John.to. .
The prices run from 6c to 7V4c on of. the warrants through its cashier that hundreds of families would I the people. will be pleased at the meeting and -nine new members ..- he will inspect all the brickat
foot. There is a pool the |I'H.' J. Hillebrandt-although the proffer make quick reservations. There is termination of the; performance brought the total paid-up membership the plant .will take charge of ..nenaofneerlllJr
buyers which causes these among: | was subject to the approval of plenty of room in various sections of I regardless of who has a financial to ninety-one. The executive work- on' the road, .will
pricesas
the wholesale price to the retailer|the 1 1in president of. the institution. Dr. the city for such undertakings; and I.loss.Since committee thought it' had solved the I make the second inspection of the
a fraction under 20c for dressed ; F.! F. Jl. Pope, who, at the time of the time will. come when someone I the commencement of the seating'problem, but In spite of the brick as they are laid and will cheek'
beef."Pasturage. 'i the formulation of .the bid was en- sufficiently farsighted will see the fchnrch building there hu been an added .arrangements a crowd stood 'up on the contractors as each report;
from 25c to route to Saint Cloud; but it was so excellence of such an investment and i I alarming lois in attendance which in the door and on the 'sidewalk Is .made. His contract -will call for'
$1.00 head ranges month -or it can strongly believed that no obstacle will make the most of it. Realty In was bound to diminish once the services listening to ithe.oratory..nd. the bus three percent-of the ,total, cost-and ,
be' obtained per! -at-a per.flat-rate and there would Intervene that the commissioners Kissimmee Is still at low-water were held in a building. Most Ines. at hand. By next Tuesday's as the customary charges for such
are no waste lands ;which the felt practicaUy'.ure the deal mark;! the cost T>t-building- -excessive people went to:the tent-JustS-they meting--for another! special meeting work are five percent' the commla.Ion -
c.ttlem.nwould upon would go through. : and building material will stand about and watch the antics of then has been'found imperative d ra ftel'tb, 'Olrer.s"
pay charges, j j"Shlpplng j- J.- Edward. of be In this city. within, few thosewho patronise- some-plan-will-worked the-J! - -
-- by'nil-at-$280 the -Krause,-- Runnymede celling -- -merry- -out-so-every excellent-one;- ..' ;: :: T-
| Lodge, made a declaration some weeks at lower prices than have been l'Ound--watching'' to see who'll fall man and woman interested (Continued Pas' Two)
Continued oa Pare Seven) earn I( month since that he would take any noted for several years; off. or fall is. The antics suggested member or prospective-, will be r. A''

amount of the warrants not otherwise The Chamber of Commerce would ribaldry and the performers provoked accommodated. with a seat v war W. M. Ernest; of Saint Cloud, waa ,
[ DUCKWORTH FAILEDTOCONSIDER disposed of up to $10,000; and make a ten-strike If data should be profanity. The monkeys', cage -at New Members who Joined at -this visitor in. Kissimmee on Wednesday
negotiations have been pending with collected from the various realty a circus always attract more attention meeting were U. W. Boice, \W". O. and took note of. action;'of the. "'
him-h. being at this time at his Arme who are members of the or than sensible lectareUcause BronsenHenry Curtis, Ernest commlsloners. ,
WlfHl Indianapolis home. Other deals were ganisation as to the location aim no one knows what the little fellows Green, John Hughey, II. D. Kemp I
in progress at the 'time. of the session. prices, and terms of a hundred build-I'' rill'ido next. IF. M. Morton ,T. F,, Redwood and
."' -- ing-sites in Kissimmee- -hay. the it Itrsnay-benposslble; that another I W.-'J.- Steed.. CHANGES. :EFFECTELABOUTOURTHOUSE'I
-In view-of these sales and the fact Came tabulated and on Ale. This pro-' l.et",i-of'the sanctified will be sent A slightchange/- la'the-meeting
gCHAMBERGOMMERCE that the material for the cross-state ject might be carried .till farther by here to continue the work:. and complete .time; for future meetinp'was made4n
highway had been tentatively' purchased laving architects draw plans of sevral and occupy the newVbulldlng_ order' to get more business ac- ,
Initiative- by the time warrants at their small bungalows or. cottages but no- definite details have been ompllshed.All the committees are n
JSifck Part eHer
-of oa par value both L. R. Farmer and L. with approximate estimate as to I made public. In any event those're now functioning: ';and ,have) their
-. Ll I chant Received Rifid; Rebake F,.. II. 'work be commenced the cost. With such detail the Chamber siding in the neighborhood' are having lands full in whipping, into- shape MAKE IMPROVEMENT
,"' Cenusierdal Orgatdtatiaa .immediately while conditionswere of Commerce would be well.equipped an era.of plfasant' quietnessand the plans for fall.marketing and future -
good and labor: was plenty. Both : to give information which are ,enjoying things while they maintenance which will .bring -
Much lias been said the ra- these men stated then willingness ,to would prove exceedingly valuable to ...,. new" life'and honors to this' .ection. Women, Amxlotu Far Rapid, 'WarfV i

cent past'regarding the design of E. commence the work, on the first two any prospective resident; and the .4- The hour. from seven-'to eight will Are .UaIa,'. Every Endeavor T. ?
J5f. G. Duckworth to open a high-grade .miles-there being sufficient fundson work could be very easily done. A new sign) adorns the wear.t r-women shop in Kissimmee hand it was believed to completeat But one fact stands out preeminently ; upper. fleor) of the Merchantsand meetings where details will be worked Tfce;Prorreu'i
and it has been understood that he least that area. The idea'seemed -that this city will be more Farmers Bank building. Thissays out which' would otherwise haveto i Every cia,'n sees 'some member '
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had consulted with and essayed. to meet the approval .of the board, I congested during the coming winter "Ki slmmmee -Business College1 ,' be threshed out on the floor at of the various, women's committees
'lo open negotiations,with the Chamber although here was expressed a be- than ever before. Naturally, the, fine apartments having been the regular sessions. The disposition I camped on the grounds of the' courthouse ,.
x>f Commerce to Me. If. arrangements lief that because' of,the large amount some steps should be taken U 'in leased there for-.- the educational Institution '; of the society while going, forward watching the work being carried -, I
could be. made satisfactory to that the county would be called upon I crease the number' habitable which is soon to be openedby under full steam ia to arrive-sane on aDd some of themaxpect,
each by which that body would take to I, pay' the freight upon the brick iniMM.., ?. Professor MacGlashan. decisions, by thorough study and ap- almost 'tatantaneom: re.ult.SOme'
.up new quarters, .lId 'the' merchant which must' be settled In"cash from lication of experience, rather than improvements are
could occupy the place next' to the the sale of the warrants on a basis \ J >y. hasty conclusions.. Business noted as tree.',.are being: trim
postofflce on a. longtime I..... of 95c. and because of the labor bill MUNICIPAL. PLANT WHO; WILL SUCcEEDJAMES laita..cJrcommlttee, thereforeonevery : dead ,limbs taken away. pilea-of dirt
themeeting there should be. taken couple of .m.etlncnlahC' m. :
The matter was taken up ;at -a V for fiHlnr some of the holes worn by 5
of the commercial body Fri'j! days longer to make sure of the The entertainment committee long U'1rScamPlnceroand'.
day evening and It was learned funds'' which had, been 'promised. WILL SOON PROVE J M. JOHNSTON, hairmaned by I.. .Pford Timmons, ing brought in, and quantities of
'I' no overtures had been ;made by the I I '.' The contractors felt sup that if had its report jubilantly accepted. stable, manure scattered hen,.and .".
,1 \,merchant.to'tha Chamber: of ,Com1 the two ,miles of the .worst portionof This was a report to the'effect' that there. p"
merchant: 'I along the liner that' have i the highway should be transformed A.NOTABLE.. ASSETS ON COUNCIL BOARD next Thursday afternoon,' August Those- more:directly 'In''; charge of
been discussed; that he had made no into a-splendid roadway the people 26, the members'and their.friends the.work Mr .M..' E.v'Turner '
are
'proposition( of-any sort to'that body I. would never rest .satisfied till the n...... ..:..:....- .t I will hie themeelveitoAlli ator lake (who desires: to. .see mach done be ,_ .
''as aHhody-tior had he urged th.tl balance should be completed and Dollar Udebtedaew Reeiraatlaa,, Unless Recalled. WfflTaka" .for food and fun.-, Officialdesigns.. fore :ah* .Jea..tor&D extendedM-.lt); ."+
b.the directors take up 'the '. that there would be (.numerous buy 01& Electric Plant Has Bee Wiped lon is a ''Basket Picnic", and the Miss_ Katherine Derbyshire" Miss, A
other words Mr.; Duckworth evinced I I era..of,.amall.amounts .at,. the bonds I Effect at Nest Meeting of :old farm-horse: and tractor will'reap Jean Caldwell Mrs J. 1.- Overstreet,' -
'- little Interest in a direct way re- till the desired aggregate, .should .o.t-O. B..d-DDebt-Reaanin' .n,' City C h.dJ'" : her benefit*' "citified: rThnrsdayernoons. -. I.. .
reached.- y-- iij- .: .. .....-...,;- .Ka .and ) B..II-
have been
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: rding the 'location.: he-apparently I MW take,this prop-. When the munlctpal' electric'.prprop- ': r r '1 Leslie > Added to, the work ;outside ,.,. "
desired.Naturally.. 1 I are-willing to removed from .the Lancaster I' The-resignation of James M. Johnston I Prices submitted by /.several fertt- has'bean the work''. of" preparing a
the .members of the,"option.- said L. R. Farmer. "Let us erty was In, 1904 there was made as member of the city council liar companies were "; considered at'uesday'a reetroom ,In. .rthe- basement of the ,
Chamber of Commerce could take no 11 I I I.tart. immediately on two. miles.'of property of bonds ,bearing 'date'of I of Kissimmee tendered 'at the close meeting .and'a committee; bnildingw-Jtha, happysuggestion of r
action upon a matter not offtciallYI When you see'and the people an issue, 15 1904 to the amount of$7000that of the July meeting and which was consisting: of the .. Mrs.'Turaer which has also received
before them. They had no assur'ance'even see what we are doing, and the September sum''being, 'needed for to become elreeti e.at that time was ,. Mr. ( Anildecci 'its' share 'of preparation. _
the sort of road we'are making-if there ( turned down that and I was totmaks, f :
Duckworth" at
,. ; that interests I the transfer of the plant; and for new I session .Mr. appointed n ,Of the women-there Is also "tree
would occupy the place once I are not steps taken to finance the machinery.. There .were fourteen Johnston agreed to held the post for ,4s to which company gets the assolatkm's committee,". which. includes Mrs. M. ,
It was vacated; and the merchant,I entire nine and one-half miles, and bonds each 'fort -$600 which were an additional sixty days; and this present order. This I committee E. .Turner Mr. L, 'H. Ingram; and
not1 being present;' could make no :,the commissioners so order; we will signed, J. D. 'Aderhold .as means 'that his term will expire at .will meet Saturday' and; all 'Mra. T."J(.' Rivers* --that will take *"
It would stop the work. The brick 'are readyto by mayor the next sheeting of the' council- members of the association who de-
promises or pledges. v appear and J."lt.. Gilbert -Jr....\city.-clerk. steps to have trees planted at Inter.
that E. G.: Duckworth had his roll upon"the moment the company This entire- 'issue, has now been; unless he can be urged to continue In sire, to take advantage of there ....1. ;along each aide"of''all county
redeemed
heart set on a certain location for his I is notified the work will proceed and cancellednd bondsIssued the office to which' he was enthusiastically duced prices to be obtained > by co roads,' the first section'' of the work a '

tfW business institution he. would,have :I The lumber will be supplied aa fast .so long,ago are once more in elected. Mr. Johnston has operative with should file their or- being planned to extend from the '
>-1\ gone direct to those in charge'of' the : aa we.shall need It.The cement! the hands .of :the 'city. Since that been a most careful executive decide :dertogether the analysis want* city limits of .Kisshnmee)to-Joln the
*' place; would have made a proposition I and sand the same way 'We can time there' has been much money his term-and there will be a fed, with the secretary before Saturday trees set out by the people of Saint ;
< 'to.the occupants; would have consid- engage at once. all the help we. can spent In bettering the plant and Inmcre.alng loss to the body if he persists In night For the convenience of Cloud. Aa. soon as that shall be w'
-red '' ivy counter-proposition; ,and : work. Later in the year we cannot its ; as the city withdrawing, :ft -understood that hose who cannot get Into town or completed the Dixie' Highway both'
capacity
would have taken some business-like get this help'so well as at this time; in aize all of which has beenpgTd the reason for his resignation' is his are ,too; late to reach him by mail; north and south of the ,clty..ntJ be
action in the moat minute detalir'In but we can go right .on from the grew with the exception of one bond time "which he feels should be given his office telephone number is 283. looked after. In this conjunction is
such an event he might have ,been time we finish the .1u":, two miles Issue of 18000. . bearing date ofMay to hiss personal business; for it is It was-decided that the negroes of there has been a desire' upon the' t:
'.... successful In his undertaking. and .complete the job. I 81 :1019 and due on the same true that he has devoted much time the vicinity: who are growing truck part of- the I members of the 'W., C.
". As''matterscame before the meet.Ing'of L. H. ,live-ram seemed of tbe .same date in ,1923. There is sinking fund to the. work devolving upon him. It crops should be' encouraged in' this T. U.::to plant'oleanders upon each' '
the opinion. The firm intends to take will be- difficult to find work and the marketing of their ,
organization on Friday I being cared for 'with which to redeem a, successor side of 'the highway between the
evening the proposition was denounced other contracts he said; consequently these bonds when due-and besides who will devote .the same .painstaking products would be. handled by the trees and it seems that .this plan
: In no>> mild terms.. In fact; he la anxious this road shall be a this point the plant is, under the care to the city's Inte..u.-nd association,. when desired.In orderto has taken root and will be ,. '
'It' was a waste of time to consider, appolnrnot"coming i first-class. one at a minimum of costFor present management being made it is' positive that no successor' will equalize the expenses of carrying ,endorsed by. that organization.which
closing the deal the .
the-puryoee activities the Association
"befor9 the Chamber -1 in be superior.to him. _: on -' '
All this too will do the work.
self-supporting. ,
of Commerce in proper fashion. and securing the money from the spite of tbe fact of the many improvements ,.: No na.mei have yet been made"public it was decided to charge them a Ta erras a. whole the' women,.are'
'If is, possible that undek, differentconditions sale of .bonds thus' far tentatively. : and the several losses as to who will be'named by the slight sum per- package, for this resolved to 'do some work that' will y
.L the effort of the merchantto ,jold, the session of the board was adjourned which have been Incurred. council to till the..cp.ncylthouch handling, since/they have no membership bring credit to their 'several organl- ... > *'''
secure his desired' location might unttt nine o'clock .Wednes there are several under consideration. and other association fees to ..
The electric plant is valued by the cations, and will render the more attractive
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have been 'successful-but he appears day morning.' : .', Tile position of councilman is pay. The association voted to b.ndle'.baolutely '
least ,,
city as an asset worth at $125- a trip through an portion' ?
-p. .to have depended upon rumors to BACK: TO OSCEOLA COUNTYTO 000. Upon it Is 'a bonded indebtedefleas not a !sinecure in any town. Especially . no produce.of anyone ..DotAmember of the county of Osceola. '.Their ae.'
'q force-the'.hands, of those-with! whom\ : CROVE of ""118,000 due in two y.ara.1Thi. Je. this the fact. In Kissimmee of the association -exceptthe Ion and their teal are to be extolled
; he would deal.jMIL4'iASHTON'S. : IMPROVEHIS condition is a credit vto Kissim I-where' there are so many important colored growers.Mr. .-.and they.Tteserve; the hearty commendation -.
I*.vC. Dri 'gs'WhOh: been spend mee,'. and the constantly, increasing matters to be considered and ao Jenkins, district county agent and. support of every' clt4zen ,A
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:. CONDITION ing some years, in Winter Haven patronage and the. newly-installed many 4propositions .be handled from Jacksonvillewas pre.ent.t | of the entire county. ,
IS PRONOUNCED, CRITICAL' avas in KlelllJ1me-,this week,.making system oti collections-will keep all with tan endeavor to ..engender the the meeting. and. gave; the growers "
!' arrangements to..' move his family add 1 the up or ill-will of none: and because1 the a short talk on relevant subjects. MINC..TO"HELP: "
..Gerald -w: :: 'AshtytT' has ..-return and belongings bock to his,propertyso the Improvements. and in 'tp, 'scope various factions,it'is difficult:'to.' b- which was>much'annreciated.. '
Mrs. who 'the famous Orange plant, two :years-except ''Dr. tt::'cJ;_ Turner.,, expert 'In
L 'fromOrlando'with., ,: Aston, :hlly- prized for,' some unforeseen mishap:'-therewil'be taln suitable men -to serve .Mr BACK SOUTH DAKOTA an..
.* ;was taken .there for Tat, Hammock, grove. This, property debt the Johnston has the ability to:."speak : - ; line veterinarianUm m. able. to. care ,
;\. a hospital regarding her .condition ; is' located on,. the banks, of"'the .owned..utiUty.no _upon .municipally" right ...out in.meeting" without, mincing "'Mrs;>L.''Boyd d ber'little'd.ugh* foe small animals. well ... cattle: hand
Her'ailment.waa .miles . i his words he''believeha ter who.hare been haa made arrangement ,
declared to bo can Kissirtiruee Tlver' some : forty ; and .when Myrtle -visiting horses,
[. J- ,.ct'?'Of the stomach, and'.whil.' aD' op.; south..of..this city; and,.was for a LOCALS. PLAYA' TIE:'CAME' Is right will stick tenaciously to Mrs. Boyd's 'mother, Mrs. 'W. 11. to( visit this county each aTuesdsy.kr
l.laueratlon'was not:urged .because of the long time si:at moat notable.and. pro r-, his. opinions.' .It la Swain, of 222 Church!street for *ev<: where he will be at the service of the .
1 'T i; of'.affected ducUv.'Property-but. since. the ttmoral In an excellent 'ballgame yesterday. that. be still has'',, an"ineilnatl to era! weeks, will Ieayetoday for their (farm .demonstration agent Ceo H:.
;,toll)be the: ,-opinion-; pthat.nlthn teeldy / of Mr. Driggs the place .1aidto' .' -afternoon '-between the local resign.his post-still, It.'may be possible 'home' In Carpenter,.-.South Dakota. Wilson His office- location U in' '
such proceeding,1 would -be ;neces-t .. :; bav. rundown ,to.a. marked >> '* ''oa ,the;home eroUD /with .a I that isufficient''urgements' ' can The pleasures 'of the 'visit.here have Orlando but' each 'Tuesday pr' :l'ur.o
. par;\ .Mr.. Ashton is 'devotin', 'much degree.' Careful, and,constant work beam from Longhman thef score I be mad. ;)18'. have him continue his So'', impressed themselves, that\ (Mr*. nor ,promisea\to) : give his, .nlcea': '

V of, his:-time, in. personally. 5arin for: will,-bring. ,it, back. .where, it, once stood at .the close of the ninth Inning I services--tothe, cltjr-; for.. ';atl. as.t.on' Boyd-already. contemplates 'another. and .adrice'ta-resident'ofthia. : COantZ
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;at :ft18 'THE )KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY ,AUGUST 19, 1921

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..... ' .. ;" .. 1 BRICK. ARE ORDERED SECOND. ."COUNTRY.STORE" 1

',,; .; I '( K FOR FIRST SECTION GREW;}MO E INTERESTING

I ," ... OF MELBOURNE ROAD .
.r: V .. .. evening saw fine
---- Friday a.- crowdat
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(Continue 4* from Fasre One) the Casino, as, in addition to a
', '" ,\ The 'distance from the delivery most interesting program, there was
points will necessitate a large to be the distribution of the gifts
.." '.', , amount of hauling, and there will be from the several institutions of Kiajimmee .
,. ..I.d '. ::t.. 'tt( opportunity fore many trucks to "keep .-which-have) entered into the
-G .10. "' ''" busy.; It.. purpose"of the con ; gifts s
tractors to give much of this work worth striving for-and the eInterest
:, .' :' to local 'residents provided the
.,. {. : ; in the affair is growing.
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'. terms are in accord with those from '
,". '.!/" ',, ..,;. I outside the' who are applying The special prize of Friday evening
,' v". '! ...., .. .. ..f,." .-'/' for' work 'but county the contractors de. was a ten-dollar pair of shoes,

w .d. "k. -..'\) ::,; .tit I"" .,j/\\' .". .,> '. , clare' that; no' favoritism will be contributed by the;Fred :53.. Gilbert
I" :'; :'hfis t); ,: ,, L I ' shown. Results are what will count Company. This prize was won by 'GENUINE'" ''
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\ I . Verner Morris by a close call, as the
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,\ I \: ; 1T1JMMllllhlNl IT 1 .',i.,; " ,,, will 'demand Secure .It
\ duplicate by a who
1 r j> Vl ;' ":,'; The first shipment of brick will young woman
., come to Ashton. as the first two was a bit late In claiming the prize. BU' L'( -
t ... r 1r miles which will be paved will be She most graciously withdrew all Ii,
the area at- the terminus ''of the claim as a winner and the grandprize .",
paved road east of Alligator lake. It went to the young man. :'
, The other' prizes 'went below DURHAMtobacco
is there the worst portion of the road as ;
is to be founds,-although; there is a three dollars' worth of meat at the
bad stretch nearthe railway 'cross City Market-Rudolph Walker; three makes 50
lit ing at Htolopaw, 'where the greater doll ra", worth of material and serv

A i with portion by rail will of be the made.material From deliveries the station -ice Miss at the Eleanor Bonnie Overstreet Belle Beauty; large Shop as flood cigarettes for,
b P. !
pipe's aacked '
"' AJt at that point the brick will be sortment groceries contributed by IOc
the Goodman Grocery Cecil West-
hauled over the unpaved road to
! commence work-at the''WeaterJr'endof fall i handsome bar pin in velvet "" Jr3Kv ,
--:; Seven days out of'every-week you'll get real smoke the brick paving at Deer Park, case by Sanderson, The Jeweler :z::.:;- -- ''T,
and the work will then Mary Frances Smith; morning gown, 'I ; i;
joy and real smoke contentment-if you'll get close-up progress contributed by the Dollar Limit- .
I westward, making each .day I. -- :.-
g. I .' to a jimmy pipe! Buy one and know that for yourself I ing the shorter : Elmer Schwelkart-who also received DOUGLAS MacLEAN COMING '71 \;
'. It was remarked by the commissioners from the judge one bale of perfectly
; :t Packed with cool, delightful, fragrant Prince Albert, a -that up to date. not one dol good hay;' large box of candy, .. Douglas MacLean, the popular

tj pipers i the greatest treat, the happiest and most appetizing lar's worth 'of Klseimmeealthoughthere ; 1. contributed by the GentraF) Drugstore Paramount star, is ooratag U the it'.,. '::'
Prl".. AtsK iii beeh placed in I -Howard Elam; four pairs silk Casino next Monday in hill latest-
.. : smokt slant.you ever had handed out! M In tfff rii ::!' was an assertion made at one hose contributed by Katz Brothers r Thomas H. Inc production, "On a :y
tfF -- *brnt...*;;.tidy._. f 'mn::l of the meetings of the" Chamber' of I I F; S. Ledbetter; assortment of sundries Minute." Mr. MacLane is a lawyer-' 7'
You can chum it with a pipe-and you will-once wuf *:! jmnrf fin 'Commerce that there would be no : useful to the automobile owner druggist/ in this picture and the S'
ItumUmrtprarul trouble in finding citizens in Kissimmee -; contributed by the Dixie Service theme has to do with P. T. Barnum'sold r'
r you know that Prince Albert is free from bite and ltmmiJ trymtml r mltlkt glm** who would readily take a fair! tion-Donald Walker. Sta- saving "There is a fool born ev

> parch! (Cut out by our exclusive patented process!) t n>.*t.,.Htulftmiar proportion of the warrants. It was The Country Store will be a ery minute." Marian DeBeck la the ;
stated in addition that Saint Cloud ture this evening, when it is expected leading woman and heads a capable ,
Why-every puff of P. A. makes you want two more; always "came -up to the scratch" in I' the house will again be crowded. I supporting cast.
every puff hits the bullseye harder and truer than the all lines of good work-for the coun- .--
ty, and the act that no one in KisBimme .. .
yi last! You can't resist such delight! had made a proffer for any OO..ooooo..o..ooioo..o..oo.o..o..o. ,,
,. of the warrants' was deplored. Kissimmee -
And, you'll get the smokesurprise of your life when ' will be the great gainer by :.
the cpmpletion of this cross-state Kissimmee Business College
r; '. you roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert! Such entic- highway although all sections of

ing flavor you never did know! And, P. A. stays put because the several county thousands will be of dollars benefited of;war-and 2 '"

I y it's crimp cut-and it's a cinch to roll! You try it! rants, it is believed, should be sold PROSPECTIVE DATE OF OPENING f.. r

.here.The fact that work will commenceon Between September 1 and September 15..
this road as quickly! as the forces
can be gathered will be pleasingnews I'.
k I j I to. the people. In fact, there STUDENTS EXPECTING TO TAKE UP COURSES OF STUDY
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.RI I I. E.LBERT have been men at work for some
IN THIS[ INSTITUTION SHOULD MAKE ENTRIES AT ONCE--::
days past in that district; and more
rf.r tL wibe\) given employment as rapidlyas THEREBY AVOIDING ANY DELAYS AT THE LAST: MOMENT o

j Cw applications are made. Most of This to be an institution of high-grade, and there is < f Ji
Wlaat-Sal_ purposes j
;,, A the national Joy smoke N.c. is the stated grading, and will as be soon by as machine the brick, it every indication that it will be appreciated by a large number of pu- *?

b ---=---- arrive work will commence in ear pils. Do not delay. Mrs. C. E. Hilton so favorably known.-will be t.one.of

t- -,- .. .= =GRASSING COURTHOUSE LAWN NEXT WEEK-'A WONDER'r'' SAD CASE OF NEGLECT nestr - _. Jhe.instructors. Correspondence should .be addressed to.the .. 1
OF FATHER AND SONS '
principal, care of The Valley Gazette. :
q "LYING LIPS" AT CASINO NOTICE TO HOC-OWNERS ,
what of
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Precisely grasswill
;A' ", be' planted on the courthouse Heralded by film critics at an unparalleled there Before appeared the county on Wednesday commissioners Mil- In order to work as little hardship JAMES D. MacGLASHAN Principal.: ...

yf lawn has not been definitely settled. achievement, "Lying Lips," ton Pledger, prosecuting attorney, is. possible upon the owners of hogs .. 1
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Some are .of the opinion that Saint of
Thomas II. Ince's great drama Dr. W. L. Winn, and Mrs. Maude inside the city limits the time for .
Augustine grass win prove the best life and love, and his second featurefor Rothrock, soliciting financial aid for I the removal of all swine from Kis-
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:1 of all-while Pat Johnston believes .the Associated Producers, will be simmee has been extended. The
number -
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Mrs. Dan Brown, for some years a .' ..
that what is termed j1j vI
Philippine sourgrass the leading attraction at the Casino. resident of Kissimmee but more recently I of hogs has been found to be j
will
better results. Of
bring on next Wednesday. much than at first figured .
and at present a resident of greater ; .
this variety Mr. Johnston has a considerable House Peters and Florence Vidorare and market conditions 'are--strch-that .
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Saint Cloud The three applicants 1
::'quantity in his homeyard. co-starred in the leading roles, considerable loss would be ; .
experienced
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1t of made notable arguments as to why
and haa offered the county enough 156 Miles Per Hour
while a cast of eminent players the commissioners should extend by a hurried removal. The :
it to set out the entirepremises '
practically
1t forms the support. help and co-operation with private time set for the disposal of hogs
free of cost if it meets the
from the city is Saturday, October ,
citizens and church ""
t approval'of.tho.e ii\charge. 666 'quickly relieves CoDltipatioBiIi. -, and allow the sufferer to organizations have. some 16, 1921-but this does not excuse a. iii1

'When you feel lazy,;out of sorts ......., Loss of Appetite! aid of the necessaries of life during her any owners having unsanitary conditions. ..
and yawn a good deal In the day time. Headaches, due te Torpid U..... declining days. ", Up to the time of. removal of j -'"
"" ', you need Herbine to stimulate your The story as told to the commies the hogs all pens must be kept. in a Made by Tommy Milton at t Daytona, Beach"2April J
liven tone up your stomach and purify To please the South Sea islanders sioners was appealing. The woman sanitary. manner.. ,
.*.; Price., 60c. Sold by a. girl ,mUlt"be tatooed sky blue awlwear has for some years been, afflicted 35-2tc. H. ,R. MAY, Mayor.. . '
J ZRobereon.: .. a nose ring. with a disease'that'was sapping her LACK OF- DISCRIMINATIONLAND l 28,1920 I j
life away, and has for months been
if.
bed-ridden, while the immediate care TWO IN COUNTY JAIL ..

".; of her has fallen upon a fourteen Burhl.'Yates and Ferris Richards . ,1 .t1

', .,/,' years-old daughter, who, herself, is are 'now languishing ,.'close to the "USI.NGSINCLI\IROIL
very frail The husband Dan Brown, restroom< in the county Jail,' charged
: 1RjYS ROOFS is employed. by the county and receives -. with butchering' a yearling that belonged 0 .. . "
$75 a month and his board.Of to a Mrs. Long. There will "
this sum he "contributes-the mu-
"be and sufficient
have to a good
..""'" nificent sum of $20 nearly every .
bond in the of $2600 for each
,cl" .", -,' month daughter to five support dollars the'of wife which and go (man freedom.It before. he sum can obtain"temporary Jfe Sell It and Invite :You to Try It :

fI>;. for the rent of a hovel in which they so happened that Sheriff Far n
HVOL One ..ion, somewhat crippled\ mer discovered the two men' last
.., does what he canto aid his mother Tuesday while they were dressing CLAY & THOMAS :H'1Stewart
iii'. and sister; but two perfectly strong "yearling down in the Huckelberry -
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and husky sons of the sick woman Point .. section of this county, ... "
are reported as doing nothing to aid "

.,.. '. the family-in fact, they are reported no south discounting! of Alligator fact lake. of There the work was, . A ... Carafe, P....*. 22. Kiiderr.. :,' I ,i
as taking from the mother all,
thesheriff.
for
In which they were engaged-
dainties- sent by..neighbors and grKirig .....fopndthemverybney but (,
themselves. In short those who .
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accompany .
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know the conditions aay the neigh I back to the countyseat. It appears \
y bors have become tired of helping,.at.this time that no bonds will be i Best FertSiera bsccticUes Sprayers' _Pooiry Sappliu d
5S support the fellows who rob their
II forthcoming as cattle stealing: Honest Goods Fair Price 'j
Prompt ShlpMBt
mother of the' few article of food ranks- two points above everydaymanslaughter. , "
sent In.Steps. I. I Ask Tour Neighbor-He Knows a

were taken by the commissioners .' E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.. JaclupaviHe, PI...... ._ '.
\ \ '< TOur to to send Formosa Mr*. Brown, while by automobile the- $66 has snore baOtatioM than any' Get May 20tk 1>21 Price Lists.. New faraJsU t "SIMON PURE""GEM aa4 '
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daughter wiU be fitted with someneeded i -I
r garments and sent to relatives .. .. wants i.itatieaa-: I BRANDS"q)
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i.: Advice Won't Cost in-Orlando where ahe can go : .. n
to school and occasionally) see her I
mother. will also be taken to .
Step
pi.f.! + II.a You a Nickel ...... force the husband to contribute some I \.

-- of his earninpr at least fifty dollarsa rr,
d in paying hospital
r fees; while it is the strong opinion of COOlIHABITS AND
BAD
the old comfortable! the
' MAKE buildings just as ai the prosecuting attorney that the I

-; ,' ones and just as good looking by putting oa sons will be- arrested as vagrantsor , ..
y Handsome, f fire-safe weatherproof and long-lasting put under some restraint where --- \
a portion of their earnings will aid .
BIRLTS, ROOFS. '. in the work of caring for the moth. .
$ f.

-' er.The people in Saint Cloud have do- This is the Reconstruction .\
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Whether it is a dwelling bam, gtfsge or factory that you want to) -
much in this and promisemore
nated case
i, ; feofOGIld..Low you how title it will cost to .use the right, Bird) as soon as application shall be *

r, r f fRy hoot, -* made to them; but'they had become .

disgusted in helping young men who Get in the
Habit of
A had disposition to work. Hence Saving. .
Every dollar you invest in Birds Roofs will surely return one fiundreJ no .

r j .: !cents in MhVactioo as honest value is built a into every square foot / nesday.the decisive The action case Is taken one that on is Wed deserving '. .

J 7 .oJKrdRoofs.. and the sentiment 'seemed ; .
1 s. to be general; that both the father Do it regularly until llt becomes a fixed habit i --:: .

I iu Whether 1 you need Bird's Paroid Buds Art-Craft. Bird's"Plum and; sons should be forced, providedany : . .:>:
.. Slate Surfaced. Bird's Granitized Buds Twin way could be found to legally '.
Roofings Shinglee
1f' ot act, to contribute towards the care and your future is I assured. .41
; -' out advice as to the correct roof to select foe your building"-. of the mother who haa been living .

ti test you a nickel We know from experience: thai Birds Roofs ff>r the greater portion of recent c t. ,

d + *.|naL.good and that is the, leasoa.. we sell them. _ months upon grits'and salt. pork. '"7"

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s t, .1.." 'We: have two'\-hundred splendid' : M er r.Gh nts: & IWsrs; Banl/: : "
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; For.SafeBy watermelons in cold storage all cold : !*
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M., guide the driver either in or" out of correct way-b.t.too often is this i He'd checked th' wrong .invoice Whereupon I- at.onee quit. ;
I the' bailiwick.. I second the motion.I .I the case. i, It would hurt my feelings- Or else I was fired
; TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK should frequently make a visit, to I This article I.'not written with ft Provided any feelings were left-' I refuse to say which. .,
.that pretty thriving' village-except i view of being facetious-or of making To have some preacherWellintentioned I'd also ,be much pleased
.for the fact that once in I can't get I sport of those who' are true to but mislead, I To have it publicly stated .
I i. Br THORN out; Twelve three-plunk slgns'"would I their belief; but If, as Rev. W. A. Descant upon specified virtues I That I've thoroughly enjoyed .
A _, __ confer (6056 of benefit upon the deluded Holloway said, "people have been That I never possessed; All my various fallings : <
driver On one trip I drove driven from the church," there is no Folks who well knew me With which' I've been accredited' r
H.r Name via. Maud this week present a dissertation to the police station and, believe' doubt that jealousy, craftiness, In. Would chort and chuckle about it; And then some!1I .
That'man Ed White was sure a suggesting that smokers should not yourself, I had some trouble in even justice, backbiting .and.other mat, And those celebrated believe, ...did Confucius, .
Uiamian, he worked fast. But it use tobacco-and hints that If'on* getting away from that place. I'm by the Ten Commandments Fourteen candles about my feet That a splendid thought
f \ doe strike me that he might hare must amok he should roll 'em of willing to erect a monument above have something to .do As well as the couple o' dozen Is contained in his utterance:
given hi* wife time to have crossed rye chaff, tarniptons, milkweed, pen- any stranger who can drive from with the driving. Arranged about my head "Return good for good- '.
ihtt state line before he allowed love nyroyal, sage, onionstems, or even Tampa te Klssimmee-'without losing Would flicker, and flee "And for 'evil return justice
,I to find a way. I ground plnecones. Imagine the from one to three miles in gettingout FOR READY REFERENCESome With the speed of a jackrabbit "With no admixture of ...nD...." .
pleasure of pulling a few whiffs of. of Lakeland; and I think the Getting' rapidly away I never could have a heart
:J- fihould Train The Minnow pigweed-and then having your .folks there should' be ashamed of of these days From a parcel of pretty pups, To "love my enemies.;" ,,' "t
The Titosville Star-Advocate is companion declare "that stuff's rot. //themselves. Yassum. When I'm called on to move If the clergyman so camouflaged. I might pity the poor fools
'responsible 'for the statement that .ten; why don't you use crushed rose- Into an unexplored tenement : I'd'like it merely said But "love"-'em T Nothing doing,--. tiThe
.r "minnows; will'-' destroy ,mosquitoes. ."leaves same's. dot".L.aadly-fear the Driving-PeopLe-FPom -Church- Where 111- not 'have rent-- -- -to- -pay-, -I That I played a square"game j. Press can file this notes .. ...
"Possibly so; possibly so. Still, after words'of the learned physician will Rev W. A. Ilollaway, at the Aunirndale Will And"my settles vast'eatate : That""never slipped a "card In the "morgue" for future use.;;:--
the driver
pith From the bottom of the deck One
teaching those durned fish to fly fall calloused those ; can never foretell
upon ears
or Baptist church, last week \
..which I'd like to have a few'words That 'never doublecrossedAny When little things needed
would be 'the more comforta- that are hidden from view. Prithee, in which he touched are ,
: bl.:...to-hav a-mosquito fly erlongn' kind sir,, do you carry in stock any: gave a several sermon which will bear From the Florida Press human being- As the :young father remarked i
points
,.' -V' 'hit .you In the face or be slapped bark of the' berry called poke? If, repetition.upon He spoke of the church As That those will I sound have as received good Politicians aint human added being) When ,the washing didzft" return.- '
dark of the have I'd to have And one thing more .
durmRflhe like
moon bya you to invest Just a i, "that was being deprived of spiritual While in "their midst"But
half dozen minnow that werechasing ,dime f'r I want to roll me a smoke I freedom said that "the churchesare That I never turned my back The various\ p,pen might add
; f'r th' love of Annie, On friend
That if
the winded biters Yes.sum. a or an enemy; there was anyone .
I thought so. spiritually separated.from God; Don't spill a lot of gush The former': I stuck to- Who had less money "
i Lakeland Lacks "Leads"I and declared that have been That l n't really true. And the latter I would forgive And more fun,,than*I. "
"1- note that-the Lakeland Telegram driven from the churchAs for the The Press is too prone But I never'd forget. He'd nk'"
. Pans The Carrot' Tops is making another spiel regarding truth of his assertion In their ..n.tlrety Aft to a' man-..ch...* In," "Look- Up and Lift Up" Just above0mineayaseat _
t.-- Mah friend, Dr... Joseph; T; Ricker the lack of signs about the city to : there i* a chance for a fine debate To tell things about him Wa. the motto of a society yolks will find...me; located
.-. : but it i* a'fact that notwithstanding That[ would give Friend Gabriel To which,! once belonged With Noah, and with Solomon"**
,. the continued new memberships An awful paralytic shock But I found right away And with the Queen of,8h ba-, ..
: j gained by all churches there: If Gabe should ever see it- There was altogether Talking over old tim... '
are many cases rwhere communicants And the Recording Angel Too much: looking-up, Yassum.' '
P rason I have been driven from the, pale of Would feel -absolutely ore' And too'darned little lifting upf t thank: )'Ou.' '* J

I the. organization. .,. : ,
"The church,".as it was at-Antioch ;>
.y and in all ancient days,-was an assemblage ..
of men and women who be .'
**
TC'LOH.: lieved in God, trusted in hi* loving
kindnesstried to do a.God commanded '
.-S. .. ,lived in accord with the ,dictates ; fyfWESELtym :
:
of their minds and conscience more :
.. ". than with.me..of..t.rule. which EVerYtBing ,y*>

r :1 ;Ii? M were changed believed whenever that a. greater some membership" legislature . .

ok ire could be' gained by introduceing T -
: some new'tenet; and had faith in =nothm o'show :
that ,
command"Love ye one an- : w

fri .jjD ; other another'" a*burdens.well' a*" in "Bear, ye one_ + o fr

It i not that. aHendi
enough one

'. Do It Better religious services continuously. It Isnot : .HAT'S OUR :
'fbi I enough .that one' drops the tithing : T. IDEAgin.: makitlg'CAMELSthe
: t in the basket when the offertory Cigarette. rWhy
.. ... ., is collected. It i* not enough that Quality .)
+ : the head is bowed when the preacher ""
en.m.nwltb.PORDSON' q '" : ..:
I
It 1* not enough that one re' and'look '
Camels I .
just buy
TRACTOR.aD; do' ,1. Pates in open meeting just how mean at.thepackagelr \ ...
,, .
f sa $ y at', Dd x e I 11 er fJoM:th/W two mea cao standing he j now,, ha*.. There g. too r
,S dowhlsha.sT6bnseana1': much of that -tinkling., cymbal and t. .1 cigarettes, freshr and .full flavored: ftir ,yoili taste.;.." I "rx

that you witlt w PORDSCi-f the,sounding. brass about'such messing Heavy outside-secure foil wrapping# !inside
..' -: It.ia,not enoJ1jth.that.ODe..d*, paper : ,
'D-.ctua117..; .All.thei,. things-andmore: ; too .
: ..
raIM IDOI'8 ccp.,_with ....' .. '.."': Such actions'as those", n 1les brickedby I. and,the revenue stamp over the end to seal the package ;"
...-... .
-.II._. :>rT' 'And stuff reckoned
_-elqM: pare ; may* De a. !j; and keep air-tight
1 ; .Christianity Inuendq: .. ", . .,
<

'thfsFSnqr' .=... ." Christian'What'the'worldespect.irnrri iJChristianity! per seJ{"i(the actions :. r.f And note this I, There's. nothirfg flashy about'the*, y

..t. . -9esl/.a-fOm >Dol w....'.t the through expresilons'ot the week: proportionatewith the Sunday '0; . ; Camel'package. No:uii'whippings! that 'do.not:'

--- .1.. care d ..., ,.. ... preceding; not an affiliation with, a I'' : improve the smoke. Not a:cent of ales expense'J" 1
.L ..... 1t b 0.a.L........ .... denomination but an affiliation, with ? ;
r' ..eomral-anaop.rauwrytlt7oei, the-DeIty; not a smug smile lndieattag that must.wine out of the quality of :the tobacco. .
q, ,'soar_..d .ndar.ae.- M ap> ...Jy J, ; t craft and cunning but proof that .
-. ...... very day the nan is striving* to carry y' '
.. 1M PORDOIt ; f Camels wonderful and exclusive Quality wins onv
w out,whatM
: j i 1 professed *-- that be ,
ii ; will do onto others as he would have merit .

.. ,...... .. 'y I i rc others, do to him were the' positions ?
e.1
rk ocb.. reversed. And_.when'such 'conditions :
: ,salt epsoose se r pat..4.1 t'1 fail. to be, apparent, then i* faith in 'Because, men :smoke, Camels who want, the ,'
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the church shaken.- and those who
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are "betwixt and between" are Inclined .5 5 taste and fragrance f.the'finest tobaccos,.expertly> Ii. +y

;: ; ,J. PTIMON'S'y to topple.towards the'point of .' ;. : .; '
: 1 leastresistance.. blended. Men smoke Camels!$ tot Camels' smoothrefreshing .

., It 'was Ella WTieeler'WUcox' who : mildness and,their freedom from ciga-.' ,
y. ., ,Autborlzed. D8a18r62522 .... aid: "After .ill. there is nothing. -
', :-- really right or wrong. ; .tt is thinking retty aftertaste.
that makes-It so.'r Possibly Ella
was not'entirely correct;butlt is of- ,..
,;\ ten up to the highly-trained con S 'S 5, Camels are made for men whO.think" for them.
science 'and 'the finer education to I Ijselves.
>
S '.'.Q,, o.tNa .. precisely* determine) what Is wholly'wroDsr Ct : + '.-" -- ,
: ., i
-. 01'entirely right. The lacka ''t
a
.- "'-::'- --. daisical Christian -is as much out of ..,
'-- .. place as is be of the' lachrymose' disposition c; I 1.' .. .
.
f. .Vr b. .
4 ; neither-them strengthen '
..... -- :;::: themselves nor Invite the' confidenceor #' ": ''''
;,.-r-- respect of'those 'who would
: exclaim
: "erd l- believe' ,thou IJ ;f:
help:
: ; 't
,
mine .unbelief!. r'" .
; Possiblyathe: ;parson..at 'Auburndaletouched. ; -
.' of.thes. .
npon some' pointsin '.
S his) talk'posilbly'also.\' ::he".made ". 47 47L
: claim. Ice various, other, IJ"and l
touched, other '
: upon >Important topics "
to. backup his 'assertions.: Often : .
does the non-churchgoer select'' ... J
; one .
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< .. ,
:- :" _- ,,) :_ !person aU'.bo111d'-Dd a* .an axsmpllfieatioa: :the...'!o*>prer a')3 l.t.-' r ; -.,' .. 'f<'o\ot, ... '.' ..... iIi -. '", ... -:;;'I- ;1r

vlationfront.the betterr'w ey the en- .. . :XRKTHOLOS. ",- ,TOBACCO'- COMPANY. . Wj.iis. : '.1es. N.tCr-
tfre'Rb1o'-torc.part'aDd fafsun.der ::
.' foot. It b. this ;the
". "" } "" 4.1' ;may : ;Uj not '
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.,TOE.: KISSIMYIFEyALG 1 i LTrE$1fMTreAUGUST"19. 1921

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ISSIlV1M.EE\I '.,VALLEY: : .- : : : : If \" ., ,;THE.jCATTlSftiiEN 4 *ANPvTHE.pIl. ." FOR+T1CK3"",. "" < 'r... J : 0 i .. r
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ANOTHER Column in this issue contains some interesting information .
Published Every Friday Sam Sumroerlm, secretary of the Cattle Raisers Association of Florida, Coupons :
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t Kiasimme. Gazette Company, 'kI Ia..., 5
Valley
By the careful reader
,, : will note that: no very strong feeling of optimism pre-
I W. B. HUTU, .President 5. G. Ve.t . ,
.. | among those who baVO'consWered the situation! a*' it now stands: One for drawings --g
W. L.-Thendyk',.---, Editor is assured; cattle cannot be shipped from this state until';such. .'time ,_
*r.::;: Subscription Rate: ,, *,'the quarantine,shall"be lifted-and;,, the markets of every slate' be given '
.One Copy, On. Year____*.-.......'.....,....,___._.._'.. right 'to handle) th.;(toclc.' Casino Country Store 4 j
q ;, ': One Copy Six Months__--..,.-_._...-....w.(..,.."'_,.-_.-. ; Cattlemen did not.ga into this thing withclosed'eyesbut'tley realized ;
1 .Ons Copy Three, Months...._.._..._*,...-._.-...__?.:__ severe difficulty in dipping all their stock at once each two weeks as di "** given by us .f '
I W .- ,.tBnt.r.d at th. Po.tofnc' at .KI.efmm.e. Florida .m a_ .by the law., 'They: said it would be almost impossible to comply with .
n < law-that,the would be too and they doubted the,, asser *
expense great
;
of 50c
'! eommunlcstlon.. .*oept from .our aothorlMd oo : with each cash purchase or .
il . .' limed" by tbe writer. .* made.that if the tick was not totally eradicated there would be nd out
: .. Rejected matter will not be returned, unU.. .
.
market Now they fully realize that there are two horns to the dilemma
-k' '.' .. :I...: .Fo. . R.p.tatt :which they find themselves; they must either dip and lose,money or more. Make your purchases 'of.. ,
: I THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION | 'money witho t.dipping. In either case the loss i i. bound to occur. '

V. It would appear from the story from the secretary of the association i ,Drugs and ,Drug Sundries:
FRIDAY. AUGUST 19, 1921 there' is neecLof strenuous) action.. I It,would appear,<.aI.o.J from an.ar
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-- -- -- in another column from I. L. Mackey which appeared originally in the
;, f ; THE QUESTION INCREASED Telegram, that there,i i. a way out although. it will prove expen 'S. 1
.' in its initial I 'expenditures. The cattlemen have made money in the HERE.
FOR the past twenty years there have been many .. There is no reason why they should not in the future-once.they have ...
k 'to' secure a lower rate of letter po.rage--and the movement things in good shape. It is the cost of "getting in shape"which cast and
} I fostered and encouraged by the mail-order houses more than .gloom over the industry; but the condition must be worked out in the bes' '
in other line of business. There have been' repeated ......
i any possible and with the''greatest economy But worked out it, must be : GET COUPONSCentral'
by. those who have a heavy correspondence to have' the that quickly: otherwise there will"be many of the owners'of vast quan- [
reduced to --cent ,action,_which, would.result in '
c' t -one *n- . : tile,Jinanci ally. embarrassed
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k large that any estimate would fall far short of touching the --rf-

7a reduction would benefit the farmer who writes, perhaps, .GOVERNMENT RECOGNIZES, ONLY "POSTMASTER"
,week to the extent of one dollar and fifty-six cents each .... h".J ? ,- StoreDAY
::S, 'benefit, the commercial house having a correspondence of,five" .EXCHA GES ia,commenting upon' the case of.Miaa'..... M. T. Clarke, Drug. ; 1
Ja* day fiftten hundred and sixty dollars a"year; and each '
of West
1 Palm of her
postmaster $e.tl4 frequently speak ai postmis '
I '' lo pay in taxefhis prorata of the deficit.. There would .be "-a* appellation entirely; l __Wl'on.--.d for which .there if no precedent 41 PHONES NIGHT 21;; ;i
'reducing': letter postage to one cent. .. sack .... '* ,t
.tI.
a government abjure terns M"lady" and; as. wed a* I II'
.i'? Nor is there anything fair about the increase'of prefixes. ../.Mr.-? and :"Mrs.. and "!fIi**"-aider the,belief tIM. rack
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per. and periodicals which has been in force for some are as t4u>;a."bachelor'girl" or "old maid. boy." Exchanges] ,
:"increased still farther by recent rulings. For untold years ri.,. to aroid ..p..." should' bear these facts in mind. O4 0444440 e tet4 +OG000MANSGQOCERY'
? I :all publications was one cent the pound to any point in
: -regardless j of the percentage of advertising contained "CHIMNEY ROCK" GETS; IN THE LIMELIGHT 1
y _ystem"was an unknown quantity; die mailing of daily and : ;
;was .a simple matter. Then came the order from a THREE weeks since The Gazette published an editorial condemning ,
'material;'change in the work-and hardships followed in action of creating 'a negro official for the District of Columbia:' Since
1' newspaper' and magazine world And now has come !! this publication is in receipt of a communication from Chimney Rock. ,.
;a1 more bothersome than the preceding; and no one knows Carolina .which the following is a portion: NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE :
i upon the public: at the next change of the moon. 1 i In a recent issue of an Orlando paper I saw.an editorial
The government found in some way that the annual copied from your esteemed( publication regarding the appointmentof WE ARE..MAKING A SPECIALTY EVERY DAY OF VEGETABLES :
s tirely through the publications of the country: and desired to negro to a government position in Wa.hington-who was thus AND FRUIT. ANXIOUS TO CARRY EVERYTHING IN SEASON '
'l, ; department one that would be self-supporting if not | set over a number of white employee. We southerners m.y.be .
agricultural department has never been self-supporting; it sensitive, on this point but we must admit that this negro is an
., ed to be. Like the postal department it was intended to I r American citizen and doubtless it qualified and capable of filling ASK FOR COUPONS FOR THE COUNTRY'
the whole people-and whatever deficit might occur would the office. STORE WHEN BUYING YOUR GOODS FROM 'US
the general source of supply. But "politicsI"' What The writer then goes on to handle matters entirely foreign to the'ques-
fo,. have been committed under that guise I ion touching upon the negroes placed by the French over portions of THEY ARE YOURS WITHOUT
The government is an ungrateful recipient of favors. \ and even touching upon deeds alleged to have been committed MONEY AND WITHOUT PRICE ,
for the free work done by the newspapers during the many the army of occupation upon German women and girls; in fact, the
r mon but a few years aback it ,would simply have been of the letter of excoriation to The Gazette seems to have a greater
raised the vast sums of money and the vast numbers of men for the Germans and the negroes than is usual among "we southerners." A SPECIAL SALE NOW ( A
n federal government No newspaper in the United States f 1 In its editorial The Gazette had nothing to say against the negro; inact \
Vii" / : of-its space'.nd', its time 'and its brains! for everything= it spoke inmost excellent terms of the-taco-and asserted that the negro '
Those Fine Canned Goods-
,d war-savings stamps to liberty bonds-and these urgements had a desire to exercise his authority over ahy other than his own ; Army "". ::
and with a desire to aid the government and the men .... What The Gazette deplored was the fact that the president of this
: peace. All this,time an unappreciative government was should have in spite of the ill-feeling he knew would be created The supply is rapidly decreasing and it will \
I demanded from the press-until those demands became so all southerners and among many northerners. by his act nominated '
: .1, .a large number of publications were forced from existence.] so high a post a man not of the white race. pay every householder to get our prices and . d
4 Newspapers and periodicals have been carried The resident of Chimney Rock whose cognomen: is Pat J. Double in
C ;. many year*. at one cent the pound. Had the government communication, toddles all around the subject matter of the editorial BUY THEM BY THE DOZEN .t '
:- ,made a one hundred percent increase on the straight sum biting into it. He intimates that he is one of "we southerners" ..;
ed no publisher would'have had a complaint: The excess his name would indicate that his forbears helped Saint Patrick I tOUR
,, willingly .been paid and no grievance registered; but there the snaix from the Uttje green isle; at the same time 'he would OUR GOODS ALWAYS GOOD ,
1,t in some cases of as high a* five hundrd percent, which the act of appointing a negro to a position where whites shall be SERVICE ALWAYS SERVESGoodman's ;
h* creased expenses made publication in some instance to his beck and call. There are doubtless positions. of trust where
j', the government i* spending foolishly in an hundred different negro could have taken charge over those of his own race; and an app t
''I : than the receipts from the increased.postage. 4"a( of that nature would have been passed over with little or "no
"\ . .. I.-It ,ia all wrong-but there are political reasons.. why ee; but the recommendation of President Harding for the appointment of Grocery ,!
iar\ carried through congress .and become active measure one negro-no matter how highly educated or clever...-to"rule several I.
, i* actually.dependent upon the newspapers for all the white' employees was.an affair entirely .needless., and,from a politi
". >i"' over,the country: :....:and"all: 'that the"'paper*"get i in::return'is a 'point' of view,. especially asslnine J. W.. GOODMAN, Proprietor, '.JI vd: ,.o
.'". .extract of ingratitude. ( This statement may not agree with Pat J.. Double, who'claim.. to be ; Broadway Kiaabame Broadway

';:. f\,5.i : Ir': of "we southerners" but it will find'" acquiesence- among all republican ... .. . ........................... ........ .... .. .. 'f.l
.. \ EXTORTIONATE PRICES ON CANDY TO. democrats, *rn .'p9"TOM.throughout' the. south.* . .' ,. 3' :

:. ,r ALREADY Lu there been\ .a .cut ,by.'.... of the "- WATSON A MOST'INTERESTING SENATOR. co..o..o.. o.o.o.o.o.oooooooi..oo..o..o o

.1..... ._ te fifty percent-cutting.the price ia half...%:.and 1'
,don are pledged. The manufacturers Lan come out with i a DESPITE Ike fact that Senator Tom Watson, of Georgia, Las a host of
+ ; they all save been making a profit of from two hundred to over the entire country' it cannot be denied that his utterances are THE NEW GROCERY .
Y pare rat, and the combination promise to get price down te .. ,. I It.... t. and lab wards carefully scanned. H. has a way of dhr ,_
-e1 down deep Into. any subject discussed and while his language ia some
N- d i ... THE SENATE AND THE MUNICIPAL c a bit abrupt and shorn el especiaHy-pofite. !expressions he tells more

1 regarding. all matters thai the general public.U well aware. He also NOW OPEN |: *
_y :: URGEMENTS are being made by certa congreismen a knack of diffusing information upon many topic of which lab col __ ,
,. the size of the Congressional Record by eliminating much appear ignorant-or, if sot ignorant, are intensely talent
? ter and many speeches that are'made over the' entire country.
f ., :.;jtaiahr good A. still! conservation could be HOW THEY GET THAT WAY
n I : mCv. !! greater... CURIOUS 'H
lost. a 'fot of the, fool queries that. are continually"/ beingp: -
j 2Toyilutrate, instance: of the ten thousand. A bill, THERE are thousands of people who every. HIM they read anything W.H.Ivey&Sons; ;
.
*< allowing(the lessening. the ,number of officials in petty land the "Fordney" tariff law,:fed perfectly. positive that the project) was ;
it .was returned from the committee room ,the following took in the mind of Henry Ford and pertain especially t.. hi.* Jifuey."' :
c;; t! Mr. HARRISON.. .Mr. President may I inquire if & .do the great become greater. -.1 .
t Unanimous from the committee? "- ". ---_. _ -_ ----- --- -J
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report : 1.1' Broadway K1SSIMMEE Phoa. 27$..
A. : $ Mr..McCUMBER., The bill ha been favorably ..
fhe'' Committee on Public\ lands and Surveys,

+ .. t't't.4Mr.. Mr.Mr.<.HARRISON.McCUMBER. itita j unanimous report.. The PeopIe's5cand.: lOc t StoreAND [ Specials' for Saturday and Monday i..

1r" ; HARRISON.. There i* no opposition to it from -
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t -t f '. oer of the committee? : ,' Augutt 2b n Aagnit 22 '
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UP TO 98 CENTS .
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t-: V Mr.,McCUMBER. No opposition at 'all.t' . .'
t The PRESIDING OFFER. I* there objection to SUGAR per pound ----------------____,___ --------i--- 7e !1r
"u ;4 r. i\ c ideratiot;of. the bill? /
i.,1 ;r t Mr. JONES of Washington. I suggest that the bill COMPOUND per pound _________.:____, _______-_____--ISe .:;).

't y The. PRESIDING OFFICER. It will .be 'read. .. Some figures that deserve your approval FANCY B. L.: RICE per pound.,,-_______*-_________________ '
j'' The bill was read.
'- 'ssuperluous ragging and nagging while it probably Polly Prim Apron rick-rack trimmed belted front sash, tie..98c 24-pound'Saclt LASSEN'S BEST FLOUR--________________fl.40'12pound :

.It Iietewary remind in the of.the senate hundreds! seem silly to those peeking in through Dark Blue Bungalow Apron ._...--------.--------------MeChildren's Sack LASSEN'S BEST FLOUR:_________=______7Se f j
of heard
M ,r one cases in city courts
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.I. About on a' par.' This i i. between the judge, and. 'a, ,Polly Prim Apron apt 6 to 14. scalloped bottoms.sash 24 pound Sack WHITE RING SELF-RISING F1..OUIL--I.3S' .
; Sam 'did you strike your wife? negro . ,)fie,' rick-rack trimmed ___..____-____-.-__-______98c : : "
I' Did,Ah' strike mul,wife ? Nossir. Ah sho' di'n't. Ladies Silk Boot-Topped Hose either black or white.________25e '2.pound'Sac WHITE RING SELF-RISING 'FLOUR. _:'_;Me .:

yr k Did you' : knock'! '':her to the floor *and then kick her? White Skirts, double-flounced each _____..________________79e No. 2 TOMATOES, two can for________________________ 2Se ; .
Ti 'Did Ah .knock huh to de flo an nen kick her? Jedge. Towels. 16x32. red border fast color___ __________________ISc
Now Sam. did you knock her on the head with the No. 2 CORN. best two cans for---_____-____________..____..2Sc :
Machine Thread black: or white spool l .. .. __ .. 5c P I
-A broom>> and cut a gash in her cranium per -- -- ---- '
: --Jedge/Vh yo call de wrong end? -Men's Blue 'Handkerchiefs. 21x21 ______________________.,__lOc SARDINES IN'OIL, 5c th'. or six can for.l-_______..25e i .

_The 'cnd..tLatJdoe.n.Lb.ye' the brush on it Granite Diihpan!._________..45c.. Granite Dipper. I quart .':/25c G.. A. MACARONI AND SPAGHETTI, package lOc three for.JSc i ..
ii r* Did Ah garth her Laid wi a broomstick yo' mean? Granite Stewpan.4 .-4. quart.45e'Granite. .Dipper. 1 quart.*_..20c . ;
t cants WHITE HOUSE COFFEE, per pound _______ _________ 3Se '" .rt
I .- di p't. Ah touch'daf ooman* since Ah don. took, up wir Granite Stewpan., 2 quarts__,30c Granite Teakettle ._-'____ r.SOc -- ,
:Compleshoned. female. bout fo week since. come yest'day. ARBUCKLES COFFEE,. pound.28oFruits '
jf. Brooms best'quality.______.:59c Chair Seats wood or fiberto per .
VFor' .details". the _____ ._________--:;.. ..__._-----.----_. 25c and )t. ''.]
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CONTRIBUTES'THIS' M..Kats Sons Central Drug:.Store..!

Fred 9::Gilbert., Bonnie Belle- Beauty Shops
WEEK'S TEN DOLLAR CQUutry.Store
Tonight City Heat Market. "I'' W, E.Sanderson, Jeweler.
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,CAPITAL PRIZE Dixie Electric and Goodman's Grocery

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Luclanne 'Coffee, fresh and fine, Wayne"" : "Thomas;, field" representative Buy your soap by the case. Ask:I PLANNING TO' ILLUMINE f. r..
25c the pound can. Waters & Carson -I of the Thomas Advertising us for the .prices. Waters A Carson COURTHOUSE SQUAREAt
I Grocery Company.Mrs. .. Service was a-caller in Kisaimmee Grocery Company. .. _

: C. W. Dann Miss Maurine on Tuesday; Mr.' Thomas is one of O. G. Cramer;of'the Sun, of.West the solicitation of the Woman'. Still
, Dann and Charles bann,' junior, all I i the ,busy men 'of the .state Palm Beach, was a caller in:Kssimtoiee Club a pleadment was recently made

1 Navy and small Lima Beans, per of Miami are the week's -guests, of I .Lyles'V... Story, and family have last,evening. '*' 1 Ito the county commissioners to take , .
{: pound, 5c. Waters ft Carson .Giro-.. Mrs Dann's ,sister, Mrs.. . J... R.. been .touring the east coast this For Sale Five plga weeks proper steps to make' bright 'thatporttoa '" "
r eery Company. Gravel. '" week, and will probably: extend their told; halfbreedBerkshire. ; $3 each. of the' city in which) is;very

r J. H. Steffee, of Winter Haven, THIS IS TO NOTIFY trip through another week. Strat- :Stroup & Frankford, Fish Lake ,appropriately placed the county 4
ton Story la in charge of the store I building. The thought met the board
transacting business in Kissim- Ranch, Kissimmee.
was our customers that will dlseontinue j
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during his brother's absence.Mrs. was a ;
.see on Tuesday. our delivery truck after .Sat. ''; Wanted-To arrange for buying a I|I fact when a bunch of women strikethat
'i Mrs. Jame. W. Goodman, who has urday, August 20. Waters & Carson George Nickles, of 'Tarpon loaf of homemade fresh white bread:' organization there is an im CoingOown
'.' '4bean severely ill for the last two Grocery' Company.L. Springs, 1 is expected to'arrive in each day 'or several times a weep mediate "capitulation-allof the
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weeks, was in a critical condition on W. Bloom,of the Lakeland Star KUsinunee this evening for a. short Call at Gazette office for '!I members being married. Carryingthe

,.. Tuesday-is now slowly recovering. made a brief call at Kissimmee on visit Perdue upon her mother Mrs. Helen Miss Roth Thomas, who has been matter still farther the women
and her sister
Judge and Mrs. G. F. Parker, accompanied Monday. 'tie was enroute from the at 21 Beaumont, Mrs. Joseph visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,i requested the city to agree to furnisA .
1- by Miss Helen Jones, ar I meeting at D'!Land of the editors of north.Phipps, avenue. A. E. Thomas, 1128 Main street, expert the electricity /free once the '
rived Tuesday from Okeechobee for dailies in' South Florida. to close her..vacation on Sun-1 wiring was completed and the lamps COM ia aid, 'see1. 'what, '.yeei ,can
a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. F. The civic section of the Woman's, The grocery stock of the Water day, and return to Jacksonville, '''established., And the city very ,consistently bay for the cash. Pikes" ... t
S. Gilbert Club will convene nexf-Tuseday evening "C'araon Grocery Company will where she has held an important position agreed. everything
:.M f Buy oatmeal and pancake flour by at eight o'clock at the home of soon .be thrown on, the market atcost. for several years. Miss Thorn An estimate was furnished the 'are' gradually 'l iagddewn.Below +
;' "A the case. Eighteen packages for Mrs. F. C. Bryan. No. Sumner Watch The Gazette for bar-.* as has a large list"of friends in Kis. county board at the meeting on Monday -,
will be oath farther
gains.
,,'" 100. Waters '& Carson Grocery street. simmee. although the session was called say prices
Company. Bad debts collected or no pay./ Results Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Stalker of Ralph Bearden, who has been con merely to take action pertaining to 'Modest a' "1
Orlando, and Mr. and Mrs. V. W. road matters and the sale of time pz
"Dad" Montgomery, for the accommodation guaranteed. J. M. Willson. district nected with the Florida Title Cdm-
: of the weary has placed manager. 5tfcMr. Edwards, of KIssimmee, spent a pany, of Miami, for several years,j|'I warrants-regarding the cost of in- $16.00--F1ont-einrShoe. .._$ ::S

a line of benches on the I edge of and Mrs. H. E. Willis,. of Bra- Tampa portion..of.making Saturday the and round Sunday trip by In has his been in Kissimmee as the guestof I(Utalling wholly eliminated the work but- with the boar rolit de- 1 15.00 Flor heim Oxfords.. &2S
l the Dakin street mother Mrs. Caroline V. Bear-
,, the walk abutting Casino dentown, arrived: in Kissimmee. on auto. 'den of 305 Emmett street. He has cided-that it would..be, better &.call .J 14.00( W. .L.-DouglatjShoes.A.TS .
::,., frontage of the building. Saturday, as guests of the motherof .
The KIssimmee Pleasure Club hald been given a three-weeks vacation I for bids upon the expenditure- The 13.00 W. L Shoes'
Douglas 7.75
1 Mr. and Mrs. E. L. D. Overstreet Mrs. Willis, Mrs. Nebrask Johnson ,
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in this issue of The Ga
a well-attended dance at the ClubHouse and he concluded that the belt appears .
way ,
automobile and Other reletlves.Rev. I 12.00 W. L. .
\; left Wednesday noon by zette. Douglas Shoes 7.50
Friday eveninltt'which a to spend a portion of it was to take
,: for the west coast, where 'they expect : J. R. Cason, one of-the well- getoeral evening of pleasure followed. i his car and come direct to this city. 10.00 and $11.00 W. L. '
,f ; to remain about a week in visftiBg known Methodist pastors of Florida, INFANT SON PASSES ON .
Music was by the Kissimmee Orchestra Douglas Shoes : :::7.25
''it- -old. frlends-and new..localities.. ,was-in Kissimmee on Sunday-guesi Forming- automobile party to __ __,.
-;:---. BUY WOOD' at the home of Mr. and Mr. C. W served -and refreshments were Jhe; charming Weikava Springs last I Eugene Calvin the' infant ..on.'ofMr. 9.00 W. L. Douglas Sh ei-7.00 '. '7
' Griffin.: Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I and Mrs. W. J. Lancaster died 8.00 W. L Douglas Shoes 6J5
''e' Each meeting of the Osceola Phipps (nee Perdew) Mrs. Helen this morning a few minutes after ;
i lt delivered to any part of the. city., The ten-dollar prize this eveningat Growers Co-Operative i Association Perdew, and her little granddaughter -I'I seven o'clock, and the funeral will 7.50 W. L Douglas Shoe.&50 ,
; Phone 262. S5-2tx the Country Store is being donated draws out new interest and its' Metra Nickles >together with probably be held this afternoon. The 7.00 W. L., Doug!..'Sh<*....00
i If' Miss Trixie Bas, now employed by the City Meat Market, and it, membership is making a splendid Mr. and Mrs. William Phipps and .babe, about three months old, had '
6.00 W. L Shoes 5.00
It t' > In Orlando spent WVedneteday with together with all prizes makes an showing which gives all) other gath- Charles Medrick, of Saint Cloud. been very ill for the past two weeks, Douglas
I her mother.Mrs. Julia Bass, 202 Vine excellent showing. It is probable: erinirs an impetus to become the The location for an outing is pro and for two day had suffered a high 14.00 Queen Quality'Shoes &SO
( f street. that,the Casino _will be crowded this! ..troiicer.y. nounced admirable by those attend- temperature; but was thought'to be 12.00 and $13.00 Queen '
I \, evening more than- ever before. Dr._ and Mrs. Haynes Brinson are improving up to a .late hour' last
Mrs. George Gardner and Mrs ing.The' Quality,Shoe*._.,____ 745
now occupying apartments at the South Jacksonville South evening. '
J D. Weodbeck are leaving Monday residence Mr. and Mrs. A. W. side''mntains'very'pleasing'and frequent ' 10.00 and J 11.00 Que..

for two months' vacation, which will Bailey, IT Mabbette street. The newlyweds refrence to the Vanity Fair''I NOTICE Quality ,Shoe*..__. 7.00

rI' friends be spent in Michigan.visiting S relatives and I have been spending their Inn, which was Inaugurated by. Miss Notice !la hereby: ""'given that the 9.00 Queen Quality: Shoes AJ5
honeymoon at the Osceola but Theresa Diets and Miss Mitsie
are
t Pal Mrs. Elizabeth Waring 716 Main now "at home" at the above apart Diets both of whom were residents City Council. will meet on the first 8.00 Queen 'Quality Shoes &50

Say street:, will operate Mrs. J.. D. Wood- menta. for years of JKissimmee where both j'i Tuesday of, in September and, forthe purI the- 7.00 'Queen Quality:' Shoes t-00
l I pose reviewing equalizing
t beck's hemstitching', machine during R.J. Shilling,'representative of tfie; attended school. The many,' friends of city assessment roll for taxes of ,-
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Mrs. Woodbeck's absence, Your pat- Orlando Typewriter and Supply the family' will be pleased to learn '1
AD etHJo'WorIc Shoes it. atredsiced
ronage will be appreciated. 36-2tx Company was making some corrections that their enterprise ..Is largely pat. 1921.Anyone wishing to present' .teld' ,' \
Numerous amateur detectives 'are /in"typewriters In Kissimmeeon ronised, ,and that a most attractive objections to valuations fixed by any the price.. ., ,
j i : 1 This is net a Christinas.T rte. getting in their work' in Kissimmeeand Tuesday. and succeeded in ,work- place I la being maintained. :* assessor will 'be, heard at this meet 9-4: Unbleached Sheeting rd..,

{ it is possible various new Lag up a good patronage. He''certainly John 'Beaman was interviewed ,regarding ing. L,J. R. GILBERT, 36-inch Unbleached Sheeting '
stars soon be shining beneath knows the in 'which '
may manner the rumor that he would re- 86-2t Clerk.
It's, :JustTaylor's the lapels of light coats. machines, should be corrected. _, model the old Star theater and, makea yard : ..__._t <
: \:: Lee Rogers of the Sanitary Dairy, Mrs. E. Frances Rowe and her lease of the property at $45 per The proposed new charter for Fort Bleached Muslin,yard., lOc to 2Sc

t f has purchased the. interest held by daughter: Miss Ethel Ines :Rowe, month.' He ,was 'pretty, emphatic in Pierce was defeated by a narrow Hickory Sheeting, yard ,-15e
': B. Dickerson in the concern-and is formed two of an auto-party makinga denying the assertion "Why,". said margin of three votes: :The new instrument PilloW Tubing, yard ____...:.Me 10'
now sole owner of what is growing combined business and pleasure he, "I'm getting $75 a month for the contained no provision for
i ,lndustry, Mr. Dickerson will devote trip from West Palm Beach to'Lakeland place standing Idle just as it is. So I the Issue of bonds for the electric Calico* "'yard.___.._._-8e .to lOc .y -

k Friday ]19 and Saturday 20 i his time to his other.interests.Small ,and .other points on the west what would be the use of.making a !light plant and the result of failure Apron Cingham.yard.:JSc: to;'ZSe
{ ,'Dunbar syrup, per can, lOc; coast, briefly stopping in Kissimmeeon large'outlay, for it would cost a lot 'to. carry was laid to that omission.Sebrlnjf Men' Work Shirts ,75c'aad.tOO
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next size, 'per can 25c; half gallon Monda'.musician.Miss Rowe is an. accomplished to made dxthe a proposition place. No,that I have could never be 'I now has an excellentweekly I Big "Ipt Lace Insertion*, half-price.
can, "oC one gallon. can, 75c. Waters under the title the .
of. Meaaenger
: .Specials & Carson Grocery Company. ** Mrs. -Lucretla Kronk, .o f Detroit, construed to be anything 'like that i the contents of which are Big lot Embroidery' Intention, half'

., Groceries 'are sellingat lower arrived. : on Sunday her first trip $45 a month rumor. ,most readable. The second number ..
If 24-lb tack S. R. Flour_____$ M ,prices in Kissimmee than in any to Kissimmee. and r l( be the guest James E. Chambers of West'"PalmBeach shows up Jn good shape -, which' It J. P. Coat Spool CottonS t
t.. city in South -Florida- nd there are of her father, R. I Brock, at 1300 whose name has been con- was bound to do "under the careful, U "
: 24-lb sack. 4-X PilUbury__ 1.50 more fthops handling those( goods in Mabbette street. She will remain nected by some correspondents with i and Intense 'editorship of Frank Ifl --' .
.' KIssimmee than \A place of its here several weeks'- when she will tthe casualty at Orlando, was in Kis- Adams. .
PerfecI2rlb -
% 12-Ib tack Laura's; any simmer TM Cam Save Messy By Trac&ag
size in the entire south.Mlif be joined by her husband who is in- on Sunday. He was driving I
4. ._ . --AI ,i '- lending,_to give. .jjp. ..his ..Michigan home the ear !in which Miss Clarke i . j Wf
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home and business and settle Insome Belle
sack. Fairy S. R..._-. .65 has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. portionof Florida. was' at the wheel the ear being Bonnie Beauty SlopHeir 'Fo
822' Church street '
H. at
f: 5 Spoel.*:: Cents Thread. ____. M leaves Swain today for home in Thomas-, Mr. and Mrs..: Donald H. Conkling is Chambers' property he stated Mr. Chambers -Dreuing Facial Work M.STANFORD'S. Ci.AY
planning, so ; to bring
!. 2}alas Tall Salmon______". .25 vale, Georgia intending to make' a with, and their'Dulari three'children all of West, Zoe, Palm Donald suit;against several newspaper con ManicuringShampooing .. F
brief stop at Waycrois, ..nrouta.Rqv. .' ,
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who
respondents'
strongly -
3 Flat Salmon....___ .25 Beach, where Mr. Conkling is dwner :
cans and Mrs. W. H. Coleman of the Pest in KissTmtnee/ that he.had something ..*ome way GLADYS H. ALFOCDJ12H ,
were .
6 Potted Meat.---- .25 have returned from their brief ,vacation to do with the occurrence which tor BroadwayKinms
cant at Arcadia and Tuesday enroate from this meetingof ass.,Phone 91
.. 'spent mostly initiated so disastrously ./y-
t ,the daily DeLand ;
'3 Vienna Sautag .25 press owners I
; :can *---- Deals and the pastor will fill hisaccusComd
.t" to various the west coast
points on
UNION CHURCH SERVICES
i" 1.Jar'' ..... Peajiat Bettor ,.19 place-in Sunday: of the With the 'party was Mrs. John .
_, Christian church next morn- -
: 2' Tall Northfield Milk.. .25 Ing. ' Svedillns, of SalDt'Lud.. county.J The Union meeting on'Sunday evening

4 cans tins Baby North6eld Milk ..252S Miss Lola' Lawlet'&Del. .KIss Lottie ,,' was C. Ledbetter in Xls.1mmee'% of Oxford on Sunday' Flordla will be Rev.held J..Button Christianchurchwith occupying - I Want Your Listings. f A
trawler who have been at Junaluska, :
2.iu. Corn.>:. anxious to get in touch with Professor I the pulpit. There ,Is. gen::
1' Fancy Sugar North Carolinan at Klulmm.e -
't stop James D. MacGlashan who is to leraflnfltatlon to all to1 attend the

,2 package Crapenut ..... .35 land-enronte when ;they were guests In. Lake-of open.a:school. in this city at an early i terv see'AMATEUR 'I want a" full. list of_Jttttcr;.Cats,. Home; 'of -;Cty LoUrof' > ti,
date. Mr. Ledbetter had made
,8 DM 'Graaalated Sugar- .60 Mrs. J. Wade Tucker., They. returned tial arrangements to take uo par-his MINSTRELS __ ;. Country Property: 'of Crass Farm 1.;,"'Timber: and*Crazing Lands.? ; ;'
to Lakeland Tuesday.A "'
No. 2/2] California Peaches_ .%I on course at some other point, but, WERE GOOD PERFORMERS i i im
district ,convention of the various learning of this business college' has I have many prosp.ctsa, asking for better home* and place .
: l Nol: 2/2! California Ap-riotl: .zt locals of the Epworth League decided to take .up his studies in Kis The amateur night adrertfsed foreach'Wednesday'evening ' s ,.*..*" 1"" '
opened in Orlando last evening and simmee. at the Ca0ino which. to build them. :
1-: ,4 ,Fancy California Evaporsied will continue In session all today and resulted the staging of a '
e.7y this evening. It waa .xp.ctedthat There is to be a meetin g of the 'minlstret performance this week- For quick action and leg.timAtodeaUitw.ll i' see
,- Peaches :.---__ large delegation of Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce this evening Manager Eades, having secured the ,pay you to :.ma!,, ,.

-.. Fancy California ,Prunes '.:r .17. members a of the order were to be R. P. Stlls of Winter Haven, who performers from Orlando where ';
Is prominent !in Polk county was in :
Better __.__ .50 present. they had ,before given a presentation. M.
Best Creamery Kissimmee on Tuesday. His missionwas D. BOYTEr
,' As a whole the numbers were
The Florida East Coast railway is .
to assertain if it would be possible .
Armour Corn Flake .10 excellent-and drew applause from .
to an excursion- to Havana, tick
run
for him to secure the contract "
California Lima Beans .10 ets, good for ten.days, leaving Jack- for the distribution of the brick to the house; and the young men have ,
Baby sonville next Wednesday and Thursday. every reason to feel proud of thesho..mc Office in. ties CraIt... Pfcoae 218 ,j \
be Used in paving the cross-state '
100-Jb *.ck,, Short; _..-__ 1.75 .' The round 'trip fare from Cocoa highway from the railway sidetracks made. The Casino la presenting ,
OaU' 220 ,will be $3215 and from Fort to the needed, localities., Mr.-Stills some excellent performances KISSIMMEE '
sack
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thepresent management.Room '
with dollar added :. ,
T Pierce-$80.07- one has'numerous heavy, trucks especially .
J '>,- I 12_,Cams TaD Van Ca.p"_Milk_ 1.45 In.each case:for the amusement tax. adapted for the work. *,
Rev.' W. H. Dresch writes from
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-C iA CARRY-BAG'PREE: IF ters: "The Briggs here are giving DRINK FISH-LAKE 'PARK": PHONE 744' Chronic Disease e Specialist ,

//if YOU CARRY 'IT FULL, ,, me a royal'time.,The weather is delightfully MINERAL DR. R. C TURNER t '} ..
; cool.'Will leave here,August MW WATERHeal During twelve years;continuous practice :'In Lewutown.' Illinois, .
'7 7:1: -: '" 21, and meet the family.in Ohio, ..*. hful ''and 'Delicious Veterinarian' .we.treated-mote-thaa'sce-brandied-eases-of-appendid6s-withoat the .: "
"; and we will return together. Will be \ I ORLANDO, FLORIDA: ; ,
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'EVE'SE.LLr"F. R 'LESS" glad Ito sea them and to be home. : ;\ ; lost oft. single;life--and HAD BUT SEVEN OPERATIONS. : ' '

Judge"and 'Mrs.' T. I*:Comer of /1'1h ,Per:,GaUonjat' Well : .Office, Phone 744 Hospital PhoneQrlaaae Among;our special work are Stomach Kidney, and Liver Ds. t < a

r Saint Cloud, together with their Midway between KlssimmeeSalntCloud \ eases. .Prostatic and Bladder Diseases of all kind successfully ,

IH( UnORSYSUM$ daughter .,Miss Cubah Nesbltt, returned . ; ," Reepital aid KmaI' I treated.. ,No'medkinaor. instruments: used. LadyAu adaot.. .. V. r
; on Sunday from a ten-day : '
Small Animals Treated and '
; outing 'bF- the' vicinity: of Tarpon :Can/176!.! .B. 8.Jl'Io7d Grocery.'' , Boarded. 4 ,,?2 JA, :., Kay:, . 4 ,. Ah
Springs.'.'They report a splendid vacation .. DR.'R.: a TURNER.ar..Umo. : '
\. 24BUSY''STOItES4 2 -and report,also* .dally menu :Delivered: to your home -15per '' : .Veterinarian FLORIDAnd : 'at. ?:215"Br.a.Iwayr. ri-i-.. e': ) : .1

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F i . : : STATE. CATTLE".INDUSTRY' XI ,; 'PHI. ;ALPHAS\.uWHJL 4 B :JR.D..t? tA' \r '.TT.Republic of.Brazil! i* latest to 'U the baby auft'crl'' from ''wU- +

, r rTnE WATCHER J NOTE ,"FROM---,ST. CLOUD I I' STILL-IN"ITSuWANCT: $38,000FLAT- HOUSE"The adopt compensation.the principal/ .'..f workingmen's colic give Sure.,it'diarrhoea hannle'and.McGee'.or Baby ummer effective Elixir.complaint remedy ft i* a,' <".j

i Dr. F.; F. 11.. Pope president of Recent proall- utteranees would purchase of .a 10.000 building I 60c. Sold by /.( Z.'
::1' "r: 1 I I'the Peoples' Bank ois Saint, Cloudreturned leav "the 'impression' that' cattle' men site, Adjoining the.Rollins. .College P. A. VANS AGNEW Roberson Prigp.86caand ..
Sounds of Summer
a deviltry Tuesday from an .extended, are opposed to dipping. I really think .campus by Phi Alpha Fraternity, na* 1 '
,., .' There was a aound of by I that there Is misunderstandingright Just been Made,. on which the. rater .
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i, ,this-a-I|'visit in Ohio. I { ,ATTOANIDT AT LAW ., ''way.toight, A and man It all whom happened we call Rufus ,1 A. ,B. Daniels, of 210 South Mary i} there. Lit doubt i if you can find nlty will bulid a handsome "frat OFFICES t ........00.i.......00 0000.. ;
: house"
.r. 'land. avenue, it ill. a cattle man who would: be opposedto costing 130,000 at Ian early '
want to 116 South Orange Avenue
.r&11.him simply because we W. H. Phipps, of Maryland' avenue cattle 'going through 'a dipping date bonds for which are/being is. .
for the '
. 1f ; that. had' retired vat: But'I there,ar. other ,sued. The' architectual work will
'i* improving the appearance of j thing coninected > Orlaado. Florida
aiJrhtl.In' the Sunset Apartments'wbW his resident with dipping he could truth harmonize, with that of the main
.
::: the firat of the aforesaidicounds I I fully say are bad, L L. Mack buildings on the'' Besides .V l
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wee heard. It began withgentle af" Born: 'Thursday, August 11, to I says y, campus Home Address: lvii L6ANIZINGI
in the Lakeland Telegram. being close to the college the
y -E--r-r-r close.. his' Mr and Mrs. 0. C.' Knight, of. Tho- '' new Winter. Park, Florida
loud sound, 'but notosassa; a eon For instance a vat with a rangefrom fraternty' house "will have the added ..
Var.
It was not a
eight''to fifteen'' miles of terri advantage of an excellent shore set
,
,f well have been the fire .Mr. and Mrs.' Fred, Kenney andfamily
:it might as '
., tory' to serve presents serious, diM ting >on Lake Virginia. .
ry .' airen. for Rufus knew that. It was .spent the latter part of- the 10.00.0000000000.0...... .
week at Da ytona"-Beach. 'cui ties. The only satisfactory way Phi Alpha la one of the old and '
.- .the' The- knell next of: slumber sound 4 wa- "Ouch" Luke T. Swalte is ill at his .homeIn to hunt this range I. .by' hiring men established fraternities in the state. ; 'L A. MARTIN SffD'lOMPANV.JACKSONVILLE ; ; -, ,TIRES liD IUBIS REPAIRED
enough to out in It was organized in 1904.at .
and Dope's addition. put every direction the old FLA.
,
..j in an 'explosive manner
,
epoken
that it might I be ( clean in Florida State college but 'later RETREADING'I
so
swept '
was
Josh has
'tfcen II. Fergusonwho been \ Oldest .
"slap slap slap: punctuated $ and Largest Seed'Hou.
of the Tha spending the past six: weeks' in-Ken- one day. ''That will 'take cattle 'offthe re-estabHshed, idine.' The Phi
the quietitude : night
Lucky, returned to Saint Cloud on grass one stand in pen overnight Alpha .of which Edgar D. Kate of in Florida. _
bed
wretched
sat ia and glared
v Y.. the darkness man but shucks he Tuesday. to be dippeii thenextmorning, Kisilmmee i* an alumnus, wa incorporated FALL CATALOGUE: I FIRESTONE ''mJAND. TIRES[ "
into
;
4 couldn't see mosquitoes at night any Mini Meat yard. of Illinois, is and one day to get back;_ to I their in1' 1620 along the line Martin's Fall Seed Price-ilst la ,
truest for a few days of her aunt range. That means practically: two organised in the national fraternity now ready. Write for It. Mar
dividends
4 more than you .can see of starvation for of Sigma tin's Descriptive Fall Catalogue I''
days the cattle! Alpha Epsitonwhich fraternity -SWIMMING
'busted bank! Mrs. John F.' -Daniels. on Virginia will be ready In s. few de.ys. Everyone BUTS
but he avenue and I am sure it.would be surprising Phi Alpha 1 ia reported .to. ; be Interested In Florid
;
f It was very warm crept laid lienry.k3plerand Misses Eds. L. to some of the members of the press petitioning for a charter Fall Crops should avail them ',
the and
into
down cover ;
deep elves of information contained I
back with his i left cheek on the pilv Epple, Nellie Burns and Ella Mc to know how many men it would take 'In 1 these booklets. Supplied free :
? low thinking that he had circumvented : Allister.. have returned from a monthat to hunt that territory and if the R.b.My-T1m. .b a pewerfvl uti- on request to those who send In ; ; I.. E. ALFORD !
cattle owner had to the rate of names promptly. Writ
.CoronadoBeah.! pay
:
ttoheirt
the design of the wiley birdsof septic Core Infested BHOADWAT
._ eats, old < > today. jer
that hovered near. H. was, -.CWristianlEndsavorer.- of the $5- a .day fora .man and horse.and : ..
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entering prey the land of forgetfulness Christian church held a wellattended I repeat the dose everyfourteen days. sort, tenor" etc. ..
a when an uncommonly large winged social on Tuesday evening at the it would not take many payrolls before I ,
monster with satanic propensities Green Gables. wRN/ *r : he would do at some of us'have - ----- -- -- -

.i jabbed his Javelin Into him Jurt behind I George A.- Gardiner, of Macon has done-throw up his hands and ask -
.' .... his right ear. Wowl There been truest of his parents,. Mr. and "Why do" we want to own. any cattleat \ .5
; are thing* when words fall to properly Mrs Seymour (iGardiner on- Wyoming all? .... I'
P r and avenue. Now' I'don't want an to misunderstand '
feeling
person' ?
express a r me, right here;I would <. ....l
Rufus 'was in exactly that kind of Alias Mittie May left on Monday so
a fix. Fora long time-he fought a for Memphis,*. where_ aha will join say that I am a cattle maven a '-. .::...
losing battle against invisible foes. her sister, and the twowill go to small way. My brother and myself ... G"' : w-th ..
Time after time he tried to compose Battle Creek for. a month's visit.. have a-ranch of more than ten"thousand ,
himself and sleep but once again he Mrs. L. D. Claussen Miss Katie acres under fence have our 1' 1\1\
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heard the fateful "I-I-I.Z-Ir-II.--zr"I I Claussen and Miss Goldie Firkins own dipping vat have about. eight
and another fight was on. Duringone returned on Tuesday from their .vacation hundred head of cattle inside our .
I, of the fiercest of them all a ,j, trip spent at White Springs. fence, and two hundred or more on 1. .
sweet voice in the darkness Will Eisel stein returned on Monday the outside we are now 'gathering

L"i asked soprano,:vWhy,. RU-fus what m kes, I I from his summer spent in Ohio. and putting inside our enclosure as in mernJ '.
you ACT ?' lie made a few incisive Mr. and Mrs. A. S. McKay and fast as we can find them. We have ship
Mr. and Mrs. been dipping the last two years; we -
f remarks-onlfr a few but I i G. W. Penn are making _
they were sufficient \ Again the soft I)I a visit to Miami. are using the native' cattle and
soprano voice spoke saying: "Thatj I: Mrs. N. B. Bitler and Mrs. Jesse breeding the Black' Angus into our
makes me think; I bought somethingthe Frank spent Tuesday with Mr. and stock. and volume oFiaCitsExd
,, other day that was warranted to. Mrs. George O. Russell at the canal. Our cattle are looking fine and we
keep mosquitoes away. Ill go and I. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Phipps Fred believe we have been well paid for
A I
get it." The dear little woman went Phipps Mrs. Helen Perdew, and the extra trouble and expense of
I
'to the medicine chest and brought''! Beattrice Nichols, of Klssimmee and fencing and dipping. My point is
out a bottle of Dr. Smiley's Superla- I: Mr. and Mrs. William Phipps. of this-last week I1 put several men on '
e thre Lotion that she had bought of i Saint Cloud spent Sunday at.WekiJj .. the range who rounded up and dip- : -
j ped my cattle. Out of eight hundred *
a cross-eyed rambler who had warranted -j I wa Springs. '. -
rr head on the ranch they only
' it to cure anything from al- { Adolph Reidel celebrated on Tuesday I
,, '!' cohol snorts to tuberculosis. She '(' August 9, his eighty-second gathered six hundred head after riding -
dollar and four cents ..the range for .Iour days. WhenI
had paid one birthday anniversary at his home in i
,'.,. for it including war tax and found Doop's addition. Among the RUe.tIIIwere Bee how cattle difficult. it is for me to One of the satisfying. developments to the who
that it had a wide range of activity ,, Rev and Mrs. J. P. Haner i get my together-which are un- growers
\ and could be used as a cure for lumbago '; M 1I. William .Goodell and Mrs. Anna der fence, I am more than ready to have faith in the co-operative method of marketing has '

p s ;scooter in at the night.daytime and a skeeter-' I I I Blaich. ____ ridicule sympathize the much man who less has criticize cattle on or been the very 'substantial growth of the Florida Citrus f

,, ' She opened the bottle hastily and I fn I the open range. How-he ia going to ; Exchange. .
mono soldiers
righteously
,
was
'"r..t 1 be able to comply with the compulsory
lLppJiedthel'emedT..where-- it would beneficial in the ,!at.'far. Let ull .
dipping .regulation J _
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do magical the snout the good. The'effect ceased wa now have the reformation of all men, I- cannot figure out. something --- -- -- Five years ago the Florida Citrus Exchange,, then t

+ and her enemy husband was soon annoying inlumberland. so population necessary that on account clean of sentiments the vast I I i I I I.m ready to say that theoretically seven years old,, marketed nineteen per .cent of the

r fuss out of. Ru-fus.She had The taken smell the of and orderly conditions may prevail. be dipped cattle every on the fourteen open range days, can but'as ,citrus crop of Florida. The preceding period marked the I

Dr. Smileys Superlative Lotion Nothing will deprive a man of his'will a matter of actual performance, experimental stage of its development '
so completely-and at the
power they not. As I the situationnow
can see
would have killed the mosquitoes, '
came time make him so strong in his' ..
our problem must be solved by
Ii though they had been big
even
egotistical assumptions, as narco-1 Last season the Florida Citrus Exchange handled
sJ V enough, to wear.feathers. '(I the co-operation practical men. 1 I Ii
I I I tics. really believe the cattle Industry in slightly more than thirty-three per cent of the carload shipments J
The doped mind Is irascible and
Florida ia in its :'If
infancy .we can
"inconsiderate to a degree! that unbalances !!.eradicate the cattle. tick and'put into from the state, according to governmental compilations -

f' I THE FORUM ,\ the fraternal instinct. If it'' service come of our wild land to of Florida's total citrus movement. '
is actually necessary to smoke, then grow velvet beans and other feed
.
smoke something that has non-nar stuffs to finish our beef on, thereby
j l ' WAR IS HELL j cotic properties. The leaves of many increasing weight and greatly! improving Further, tM season marked\u new epoch {ft the offairt -
l trees are,inert; so are cornstalks the 1 the meat, .quality which of. 'of the proven'. co-operative ir
Editor g4.iz4ticm.from.another :
of The Gazette wheat -
)' : I straw and chaff of barley j I course involves! -\a\ far better price
( The instrument of the devil must I oats. rye muellin leaves. and numerous -'and heavier'returns on our investment itandpomtthat of the acknowledged acceptance ,;
'I: :;. be1.', used In fighting. We sent, the other .tning These have no will have the
,a best into that kick ; we accomplished a of, ,idea and ideals on which U is founded by influential
army Europe ever in them. Everything-that has a great thing for, Florida. ", '
fought a l>battle and were righteously, kick in it ia .war., Do, not pass narcotized -::',' After we .have.taken our'steers off . fdctort. the citrus industry: throughout the state. '
"victorious. :Men gO ,Into battle. with smoke through the nose or,thesebean': fields we' should 'go '. ,''' !I:", ,:' I .' :*

"I;. "'"''bate dealing endanger'instrument and all of a of high the.. ..v1ll-..th- of inhale narcotics it into are the dangerous lungs. The to life fumes by weak through cattle our that herds round sure to up winter our v : !/'iWPoDe;\" \;"/:. County- was,the cradIe'.f: the co-operative'nlovef, : :1 r' '

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} cation.Anrthlng.- disease. erg "r'' 'inent'ln' Florida. Naturally' P has; been .. '
of producing poorly and let them finish the fields. I"t, o' County since a ,: 1. ,.
<- that willstimulaUto __ Lat us have .peace. Let us have ,:. < 'bulwark, , i-4
By'doing this I believe we would Gut ; for co-operation among the citrus 'growers. The ,I,, '*'l
!;;: fight: admissible in time of-war. men.< 'four-loss 75 Then ,,tervious -
'; An educated ,man will fight better DR. JOSEPH T. RICKER. H would be percent that other'eattlti i or more. men Polk* CoWlt7\crop last''season"fell short of that of the.pr >-'" .

f .- than<.ah ignorant man. Wn w the from' other-states will -seex the possibilities ; :,y ear. Despite this the Florida Citrus
1, war 'Was over we should. leave put I TWO FINE CTORS' I ; Exchange
of state with
side tbe of our great -an made substantial in
implementa war and MORAL LIFE OF STATEMajor all-the-year climate and. twelvemonth gain' total shipments, because its vWume -

F ; proclaimed toward peace men.on earth andgoodwill I range and be attracted'here. from territory outside of Polk County increased twen-'
L. A. Odom who is at the Much of wild lands would be developed ,
J L Hate, anger, and nareetUs'''a'e head of two splendid philanthropies into cattle and stock farms. 'Them 7-flve'per= cent over that of the previous year. ,
useful'in time of war_n4 a .ae..a- In the state has been Jn Kisslmmee
I I it will be that Florida can come'Into
city. Long-continued indulgence i in looking after the financial conditions her own. PoDe' 'County's' : to the
; loyalty co-operative movement ; ;
anger hate, and narcotics produce of the propositions. These are I >>
bysterU'and. exhaustion of the nervous the Rescue Home in Jacksonville DucoBtnaaacr of Celd Storage' has not flagged,-.but Polls; County no longer enjoys a keener'appreciation

a.tem-deltroylng the' cooperation only institution in the state devotedto > of the benefits'of co-operative marketing,than 1
of the five senses. The pleasure the reclaiming of and Notice is hereby given that the
that destroy; .....'* isafalneai Jqthegmat girls young Cio other progressive sections of ,the citrus. The East '
i ........ women, and Hope Hall, at Hampton cold storage department of the .KUslmmee area. :
-- industries.ofthejrorld..-wherL..relealedaonen> are given Ice and Cold Storage Compai- Coast,the Wpst, Coast and 'Central Florida''now: join in} loy-
produce an inferior nation. Save ,
the glad, hand and helped ntbelr y"wlll-br1lacontlnuedonandaafter
men "'from reckless destruction of I way-to a better condition Wednesday,. August 81, and all those - -- ----; Dy supporting:4h nrew rirfHDwn-iruu eting.organization> ,,-_- -- --- 4
\ their apabilities and we will be bet j having goods therein must remove which'returns directly -
to.tbe'producen.the; proceeds of th>
.
tor fitted to help other j I Forty years of constant .. is the them that date. This action
priorI.to
y -.The* issfof'bate anger-wUakey. : best proof of the effectiveness of U necessitated; b 7 arrangements sal..of their fruit,' I_,'ofl "the'actujQ, cost'! selling,'wiUv-

beer' cigars, eigareta," and tobacco in'l..White*Cream" Vermifuge for expef- which will largely Increase our, ice out ja-dollar: 'of profit deducted'f or-BpecuUtire'purpoeeaLreertodmiU.
ny fqrm,', t that pro Jucd temporary ting{(, wol'min children or adults. Price capacity. H. R. MAY.7" "I
Stimulation to make* temporary de- Soe. Sold by J. Z. Roberson.ere, S4-8to ]Manager. .
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r W 'I H: t. ,. Some' people; are indifferent it- and ; : ,The-, 'EOMljllatN _' ,t m"-.1
( .. .. panswn ; I'the metitbiiak Ti/' ti.PTafdlt:' 'Ctliwti Excks '

,.i say Corn Flakes: ,. apd get what ;r dW+ioLag.d! iltarca. d k tAf"'wri'lI.iolI1lLi')1".

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: they ask for. Others want the I t i .1k That'which.is good r el dures. The: :vFlorida-Citrus' Exchange f": .: ;'

{ is now: approg ehfDgl.the'tfine; When. its shipment ; "l-

; betted kind and. demand ; will include more than half the citrus crop"of Florida.: Only'an.unwillingnes&to'expaXid ..;- 1,

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/ tob 'fast, and indisposition-to j..

,. )oot hazard efficient'operation t by suddenly assuming too great '\

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,, a burden; is.postponing that'time.; Then wi begin' a new "

C .. era in the business} affairs and'prosperity of the growers.of -' r ,
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:" - . citrus 'fruitsin Florida 'Growers 'who-wish1' "
< cost Toasties- : : to hasten:the, t: ,

-, coming of this dasirable'condition: ] should at once take steps '-; -- .

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.' -, ', S. ... -. ,T .--4 I SLAUWTTER'HOUSES" i couat on' an increase. 'of from,to percent 'list;' so what Indications >are to Ii''it.' tTNITfen. DISTRICT STATIC COURT" FOR' OF ..
I to 95 percent. I I be found that,'prices will be better DISTRICT OF FIX MsownnMi SU..
IN HAVANA WHOLLY stock-raiser iq TAnd know that it what 'I UAI IN JBANKH .
"I should have been a yon ,, FTOTt
,MULLET CONTROL ,BUSINESS 011.,' that Island today if I had not mark all waiting for .to see if the I ... lit TUB- MATTER' OF

Reho-Paste : .&. T been afraid of the stability of the conditions will'not' improve. FRED ..< tilLHICHT COMPANY, 4 ,
(OontlDu froPar. One) government.' Even with Uncle Sam next., COBPOR4TI N. IlANK.RllrT. :

', ;; These ... Nlir. (ffe, fresh alb wtttf a t:fractloIC'* of more thaI one to advise her ,and motherher :you .eari' we have al_ ,foand. .'To' the creditor of Fred:B.;. 'Gilbert
cent poUDd duty, you will be safe know people there-- get extremelyrstless the.. best:, market in -Cuba that Florida Company, a corporation of Klaalm-
.JFlr per'
Btuises :Boils ..... MULLET ....w,phase s. In ertimatine 2V4e,per pound on cat at timesnd\ have done so has ever' had. Captain McKay, nee In the county .1 Osoeola and

den to ice Iaat,:10L.Per! 'ravad,. tie frowthe. Ume ther': are ,delivered ever since they fell out with 'their' I grandfather of' .a former mayor .of district NOTICE..ror..I"I'Is hereby i given: ; that. 'th*.
to-the railroad in Florida until free mother country.. So.. far as climatic Tampa took the first cargo of-cattle previous noHee given In the above
12c. er dressed u4 de&versdto ., of ';rovernment.wharfBJ water; conditions exist I saw.so little dif-. from Florida to Cuba on the steamer cause on the llth day of August 1 J1.calling ;
I. Carbuncle,: .' esd.' and switching cur... in Cuba. t{ frence between Cuba and Florida Scottish Chief and since that time .In.t a creditors' meeting) was imerror
deer at tic a > the name of :Fred *
yew :"I. do notiadvUe the cattlemen |3 that I could not register It. 1 when.. wanted an' ouUe" we found filbert app..r.' as the bankrupt, la-' -
ship to Cuba at' .the present time; "I might say right here there are it there. But in those days Florida stead. of Fred. 8)). Gilbert Company, .% ;
'Ask Your Druggist, RALPH ]vt'AY' Still. If there shall be some who der I buyers now in Florida from Mexico, raised.,MEN who would tackle 'problems corporation the. creditors, .and called that'at'' the Klsslrame meeting at of 7

sire to do ao. I will'give tbem..n the but on account of transportation it which the (present generation ten o'clock In the forenoon *f the'
% will if they can. would feel that It needed an airplane ltd day -of August, at the courthouse,
. .aaistaneet in .myj-power'W and I extremely doubtful .. ,. .. ... .
"' . ' r le-a-fneetlnsr of 'the ereeltor of Fred
If the there"t> 'an '- 'ad'vantage. .i4wiD..' ----H.- T y
of'my own stock.' I handle our cattle. )
add car -
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... ....... ..0..0.0.. .. .." .. market ..conditionsdo appeal to .' Fromten to fourteen days ,"There'waa the Instance where I &NOTICE Ollbert.. -Company further'given, a corporation., that there
ffaealn.t
1.'Y. BOYER L.B.; ROBERTS us "we"wIU have; -the adirantaire o; 'are required to' make the haul. :rwat.r. Louts Lanier, then a young' nan, la no bankruptcy cause pending;
reasonable rate ," ', swam his mule across the Caloosa- Fred B.- Gilbert Individually. 4Fred
fine 'pa.tar r. at a Ollbert.
prophecy ia that: within thirty "Havana ,.gave me the impression hatcha'where' it: was-two miles wide Companydtioryiorporal on,' se. -'apsoKIcallr -
'SEE.IWILLSON days from th l'tlml the cattle arrive of being as.,clean as theaverage of -not on a simple wager but becauseit notified to prove their claim* ...

JBoer & Roberts there.th8J' 'wnl 'begin to show imlprorement our'Anerlcan cities; What is knownas came within his line of' duty: ,end In at seoordanee'with which time they lair at said,.time- th* s;

and within' a hundred Wilson avenue was a ..revelationasi he felt it was necessary.: ." How many bankrupt, consider, th*"o"I: composition
.. days you'will have better cattle than I to growth and prosperity. .This of the rising generation would undertake of, twenty-flv: (II) percent, v +'
'ZJ i shipped from the range. boulevard as it-skirt* the ocean from such, a task today T and transact such, other business aa aTsar
REAL ESTATE: you come' before said meeting. w
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There are two Immense .alaugh*. the Capitol to the beach is unexcelled "So II ..:rto :the stockmen of this DATED. Tampa,, Florida' this llth,
: & terhouae for'the Havana' .ft TO-CUBAt GO TO .
j ie owned municipally: the other own- I. and handsome buildings The TALKING GO
ll-lt Referee In. Bankruptcy.:
H....:: Farm-- GrovesUnd ..' ed by private individuals. These curb markets -are.won. ''" day for the : buy. anything in fruits, from aguava PRICE FOR YOUR' ?STOCKf j!" OTICH_ '
re1oi>ed LandsCITY houses' slaughter"everr. -- can ...... :.---eSealed ------- ?.- -
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./I' L. people. there-believe-in eatingmeatthe to"a nllt-tona-apoD-tona. When you feel dull, 'achey and 'bids wIll be received br, 'Itbe t
LOTS A SPECIALTY AUtTMAN day it it killed- That is. probably vegetables;, poultry by the mile; sleepy ana want to stretch !requently'you Board of County Commissioners
the'reason'why the, packinrhouftes fish.in .hlplo d.;_anl1a -from.a of Oseeola County Florida up=:4o and3'Includlnr
for attack.of '
are ripe an : ma-
10:00 A. M, Moilday SeDI ,
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.aoz.,284 'have 'not controlled the situation-as rat to a flve-hundred-doUar cow. in Installation'
laria. Take Heroine at once. Itcures tember 1. UU, for' of
< before I the fresher you '
> sells "" think of, and hundreds of things of Bpeclflcatlona can be had at the 01-
system in order. Price 811c-. Sold. by floe of the Clerk of the. Circuit Court. ,
the
bill pending before -, will be ignorant'as to .. ;
"There is now which
a you l.' Z. Iteberson. RIRhtr reserved. to'reject any
W ''We handle all classes of | Buy i Home\ or a', Farm the Cuban house of represent name or the use. all. bids.14Jt nor'

I three providing.''for '. ninety-day ."So far as the cattle' growers of NOTICE TO DOG-OWNERS J. I* OVBRSTRERT.; ,
Clerk for the Bbard of
They wilt probably: save 'ou'"moner. quarantine,.for 'all cattle, imported Florida are concerned it does not County Commissioners.. '
I : : .' Into '''Cuba.'' "No qpe can say whetherit matter a straw where they wish to Notice is ordnance that the
Real Estate will pass.-or even' in :what shape ship their cattle. They must realize, term., of the relating to NOTICE TO CREDITORS d

-. it-may-became s'law: 'Regarding the beforehand;" that they cannot"'make the muzzling of dogs will be rigidlyenforced. -.. ;
I. C mrt ( Th J"r, OalaiC
.t?
matter the real 'cattlemen take the the market.' We must either keep Dogs found at large without **.ty, lists .f Fieri*., .
I They Sell All Kinds of | position that the intent of the bill our cattle at home and take the wearing a muzzle will be immediately fIn I

Fire Insurance is to shut off the importation.of 'fat market price, or we must get together shot by the police. Owners of. To re all Estate: Creditors of'Joseph, Legatees.. Root Deeea.ed Distribu 1 .. '

I cattle, because of the fact that VeneEuela cut out the middleman's profit canines should heed this -warning. tee and all Persons havingClaims. leior
Realty Columbia, and Central America and give it to the consumertherebycreating H. R. MAY Mayor' Demands against said Estate:
have sent vast numbers of that demand and sell at a You: and each of you, are herebynotified .
a '
.
Rentals i class of cattle there to the great det- that the laboring man, who -is 666 cores Malaria. ChflU aid and required to present any
and price claims and demands which yon or
o 0..... o o.
.. .. "
raiser. afford Colds sad La- the
r riment of the
J. W. THOMPSON "The native stock must necessarilycome to pay. Never mind the priceat Grippe, or money refnailed. of estate Osoeola of Joseph county,Root.Florida. deceased, to the late undersigned 1
in competition with such im- which the packer sells his meat; administrator of Bald estate .

X000 'ported stock-which causes a down you can raise it cheaper than the REGULAR WINTER VISITOR within' t two year, from. the date a

Funeral Director() ward tendency, ,because the South puleer,1n buy it. Thus you have DIES AT TORONTO HOME h..r..or.Dated June IT. A. D. lill.""*

Public in our office American stock and that- from Cen- .him handicapped -; because you can SHARES ROOT
$, A Notary AND : tral America as good as it can be 'create the demard -for your product Mrs. T. N. Clark, of Kissimmee. !!-st Administrator.
'
made from .brew and water. One I'and deliver it,ajryour own door. in receipt of the intelligence from NOTICE FOR PUBL.OAnOJIL.DBPARTMENT '
000iNelson :
LICENSED EMBALMCRStore opinion prevailing!( among the buyers "It is the' middleman who is in ,Mrs. George A. Briggs, of Toronto, l -
is that our Florida cattle are not your way. Hewill stay right there that her father, Mr. Ittles died in OFTHB' INTERIOR "

and Chapel, Stewart Are. fat enough for beef; therefore he until 'you' make up your mind to get that city on Sunday Jqly ft. Mr. It- I I. B. Land Offloe at' aalaeevlll. ,Xjrlorlda "- y ,

KISSnCHEB.: FLORIDA can afford to buy. our cattle and rid hilA-whlcb you will never do ties has spent several winters in this NOTICE, July.156. >>"155E given that .CUrV, -
Realty graze them to a big advantage so long as you stay at home and let city at the home of his daughter cube A. Minx, of Klsslmmee, Florida
-,- - my experience it that our steer will the speculator handle :your stuff. 115 Michael street, and many ac.quaintances who on' July 11' till, made Home; ,;?
double himself as 'a ,beef in two I There are ample markets in Floridato here will regret his de- tead 1, 1 and Entry 4,: No. 01554'. -for Lot Lots 1..tf'Section 1'' ,..
ft '
years and for stock-raising you can consume every animal that we mise. II 4':: ::11IUha 8.,, Range IIB.

Company raise-but the time has gone by for ., Tallahaasee Meridian, has filed no I;
and lIeaUn.. the tlca of Intention-to. make. CommutatlonProttf.t .. a,3

,._ .,-_. .. Everybody ,Worked But father the"The market average..man to hunt you i.1"1.up.'W..ean't chief Purity..characteristic*.. i power..Liquid.-are Bero-. land' above described-est bllsh-olslmto, before Clerk)* t ,

.:r keep-onl'( tits neighbor comes. next zone. It mend. torn, cut burned or Circuit Court at KI..lmm".l Florida.. '
"Fath ;; stomach: trouble seemed and says: ,'Whatll we do?" scalded flesh with wonderful promptness. on Claimant the 17th day 1. a
names a. witnesses
to be getting worse all the time 'and "Now I'll tell you what to do. Organize Price, SOc, 60c and $1.20. Sold J. T. B.... of Kissimmee, Fiorlda.; :,..*

WEIMOVf THE [EARTH: finally he had to quit work altogeth yourselves into a wholesaleand by J. ZkRoereon. CC ida C. B. Hansel,. of Kissimmee.. "Flor, If y

er. Two brothers and myself, gave association with a fixed .
EarthYOUR retail John Lyons. of Klislmmee. Florida. :
-Anything On 'Top .The up school and went to work to support price on your product and sell at Rnb-My-TUm .b?a great pain toi Paul Nettles. of "''uml... Florida. LIi
the family. Father'' had lost the market prig of cattle today. If Ier. Relieves pain aad soreness, Rheumatism ROB?. W. DAVIS. '." '

HOUSEHOLD GOODS sixty pounds In weight and'' was yellow you wait until :your: cattle begin to Neuralgia, Sprains, eta . 11-it -RegisterNOTICE y.

Anything' That Can Be Moved as saffron and no medicine helped decline, with your'taxes coming due --------, --- -,---.. -.-- APPf.lCATIOW FOR, .TAX.. '
Or, him.. Telling friend about it'six I no prospect of 'a better market for DRBD. -
months she advised taking the months and no LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. T '
apc' I comingsix ; That
hl'
before having NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
your
Get .our price .Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. I got a chance for your cattle to get fatin .
hauling done. bottle and it helped father at once. I time to pay yo"ur taxes -then take NOTICB OF APPLICATION PBBP. FOB'TAX Beats No. 545pdated the id day of

.3**- He'' was able to !go' back to work the market price and see how much i June, A. D. UUr.b.. "Ied..d. certificate , ,

e W. H 'JONES TRANSFtRJttUPANY reaps a harvest of ruin month later, has regained his weight I you will be ahead in the game.. Thisis Notice Is Hereby of Given Tax: Certificate that J. M. (In my for office tax deed and to has Issue mad In application aocordanoe -'
Hansoll, purcba r
.
FIRE and strength aaad'eato like a wood what' thespeculator is waitingfor. No. 14S4 and USB. dated ,the ith day with law 'Said certificate
"
h" ; rHONE .,.. '.. loss. Carelessnesssows ; chopper." It' is a simple, harmless When he sees you are in actual of July, A. D. 1515 and Tax: Certificates embraces. the following* describedprop.rty
::.i..,. 0r filed
the carelessness mucus,'from the intestinal tract nianner. '$ .'tt* certificate Of July/:Irt'my1wflc. A. D.-; 1117.. hM and haanxad Mid Lot 1. Block B Robert Bass AddU' .
fires hazards and allays all inflammation ,which '"What assurances have we that 'application tar tAAdeed.lo* Issue l In tlon to Kissimmee City."' The said Yland
about removing of
assessed at the date 1ssnanoe
being -
causes' stomach liver -cattle' will be better next- accordance with Iaw'iBaid, oertlaoat.s ,"
DR."L J. DENNINGDENTIST practically : prices for of said certificate In the name .
A and in failing to protect against and Intestinal ailments, including appendicitis year than' now? Last December I rty mbraca, situated the following In Oaoeola described county prop.Flor:, .'of T. M. Fleming Unless. acid eertlflcate -?; e
1 One dose will convince or offered Ae for'cattle that I can buy: Ida. to-wlti shall be redeemed according tel

.Over the p atofftceoi every loss by fire. money refunded. J. Z. Roberson and now at less than 4cl Neither hide, No Lot 1414 1. embraced Lot I embraced. In Tax In: Certificate Tax: Certificate ftb'day law tax:. of deed.will Issue A.thereon D. 1ML.V/-V on the *!!: ' 6

Of FICB norms: t to, iio. !:!0 t"l 1. The Ilartford Fire Insurance druggists' everywhere. nor fresh meats''' have !gone on the No'141i: of Block BIT of W. A.Pwtrlck' J. L. OVBR8TRBBTf4! : '<"':" +

ttestdencci Phone Addition to;Klaslmmee City; (Circuit Court Seal) .. .
fiClerk Circuit Court.-
174OfIc.1'be IS provides the sure indemnity Lot embraced. .In Ts*; Certificate. No. ceola. County. :no ld"
; ,
Company .. , ... .. Its and Lot I, embraced. In Tax: Certificate 14-It ik,
; No. lit*..of Block CC of Pat.
which a careful man rlek' Addition to Kleilmmee City ex. : BALE 'i. '

MJ'TILLeR'Real t will choose; expert' Fire Prei' -' \ aide: a of strip Lot S fO of feet Block wide CC.oft. the West By virtue of OP;:; 1Y.outlon' ;;; -": I n'm tt .?...

j TAXPAYERS' The. paid land being assessed at the ban.... Issued out -of the Circuit Court
vention Service, ..also. if you date of lasuatice of aald certificatesIn of the 17th Judicial Circuit of the,
: the name 'of C. H. WllUon.Amella Stale .of Florida'In-and >for Osoeela.
Estate, Apeacy. i' need itThe . Ballard J. W.i Thompson, J. W, 'Hare county, dated July 11. 1111, In favor,
rla.' of.A. H. Fox, and-arafn.s Carson Cattle
__.....___"-.L_, Unites: acid _rtUlcat.. shall be1 redeemed Company: I ..have l.yl... .UPOIl all
Hartford's: _insurance is A according to .,law tax deed .. title .
Bought and MlcL two-cour Penetration Pavement eating .one-half the lith the"". .t.; and Interest of rtb ,
Realty; r will issue thereon on the day of
'Cattle la and to.
said Carson Company
.1 j'. ".... Houses rented. < sound. Get it through this cost of a (grouted brick pavement will sustain heavy traffic September 3.. D.:fJ'OVER8TREET.1111. . and theft:fourteen-e/1. "bt ((Ill) bead bead 'of of Jennies Horses an4 and +

Tazet paid and Title verifi'ire. -: J (Circuit. Court. Seal) Jack situated.Florida. ;: .In Oseeola couaty.Is .'
agency. that will Pavement'laid .
deatroy
. a grouted, brick: on a sand Clerk Circuit Court. OtIoeel&1 ", '
.d ( r>nOD-riiide. : 15-tt ._ County, Florida.In i ....0. ) hereby'given that on Moms], ..
Insurance CARSON' FARMERAGENT foundation. daY.S.pt.mb.r-f_ UI1.d.l.rlq..Jiacla--! .... ...
Life and Accident 1 the Circuit Court 8eY"lt4l.nUl.i.J1acIlctatCiroult : ; arat--ia01lrs-.t'W..1. 6n' i&ld.. th.
_. I ' -- or the-State o<-Flor. front door of courthouse In saidat -'
! --- ----- -- ZiET' ME PROVE'7T Ida, In and for .the County of Oeoeola. I ty, Twill sell all the tI, and
.: .i Indemnil Bond.? --, - . In Chancery: 8. B. Owen aa Receiver Interestof the -. said CarsonCompany : Cattle.,
'
. '1 of The Waters A. Carson OrooeryCorapaSy In1' and to the said above described .. :
..... .. .... .. ... ....... . evcorporation.. Complaisant, property at public auction, tCtbmlJh..t
... .Milton Fledseraa Aemlnl
.u. bidder for cash to sails-? t
The 'M ulo Rock trator de bong non oum i.slameatoannexe ,' -, ."
Ojus CompanyOJUS ; and all u. ;
0. r. KBIBBS 1 W. J., BTBHl ... : Maclntoah.of deceased the1" Estate etc of et Frederick aL Respondents. ,4er my band this, August, .
ft STEED '
KRIBBS !<, ,,R. FARMER-\? ;

...<< *.j* ad C nmmtt_xll *-'mt* Lawn' ,,'FLORIDA Macintosh The Stat.31'of., and Florida to Frederick U.U' .Sh.rlff..Osoeola,.County, Florlda.i.; '

Flertda hie wife, of Bdlnboroufh.Scotland ,
i. Klslsaasss 4 Macintosh ''1
O".& >t- .214 -
.. kingdom of Great Britain. HOTICBOSV SAL.H. -
t..n 'etat..m .
Mwetle* You and each. of you arehereby 'I
'
.; ; State* 'Cemrt*. In the above order xr0
commanded virtue _
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and of
,. t.appear Under by :an ; 43 v
. r. styledcautre .day of Sep.
In certain
l' entered a cause pending IK
-. tember. A. D. 1611.WiTI4EAS
the Circuit Court of Oseeola oounty.-

JR) | "BUCKMASTERKISSIMMEK my. name., Judge...t.a- The of Clerk the Honorable I'I'm abore: .the.Court C. seal.ofaid Oseeola O. Andrew and Florida corporation Standard In Chancery Life Is complainant Insurance, wherein Company.a andBL Jefferson ,i .. ....

+ L. Lesley, et at. are defendant I will,
this *th of
County Florida day July offer. for sale sad sell to the highest
COMNHERE E D" rut: and best bidder for cash. In front of' k
3. la OVBR8TREET. the courthouse 'door In the CityofKlsilmmeev
Clerk Circuit Court. Osoeola
r A "' county of Oseeola'stateof
i County, Florida.Circuit Florida, on the rule day In BeptenM.ber ,
( Court. Bal Itll, the same being. the Ith rear- '
fOMJATSOOR.YOUNG .
STEED.Solicitors
*
KRIBBS thereof, the "described to'Lot .
property
for Complainant SO-tt .
OSTEOPATHOFFICE -'- wit: ; ..
i four U) of Arthur B. Done"fan's. -'. '
. AT 60.7 WOTICBJ OF HXIGOUTon FOR FINAL ." B. C Mlll.r. and H. Clay-
.
DI.CHABGIDT. '. Subdivision of l>l<>ck
AT.:RESIDENCE* eleven. (11) of.- the South Florida
; ;
Judge State
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C
CeaiH mmtf
,I Railroad. company. ,
survey.of.
er'.f Clyde ATMS* The choice: is"largely, up \ .f. Florida.' Oeeevla_Cewvty.. Kissimmee. Florida, .-.-.';.,_ I

) and Emmett. ,Street, to you.' If ypur blood I cksred' In thi Estate of Albert Byre: DrC a bt.Dece..tL southerly- Also beginning corner-of; 'at lot the seven most'(7) ,

c rpuscles; "you're ,going of block eleven (11) of the South, ,

to be fagged and:f dragged The Ocean-- Breezes Blow whom NOTICE It !may IS HEREBY concern, GIVEN that on to the all vey Florida of Railroad the. Town Company's of KissimmeeCity. surf' t,
and runthence North 47 degrees , ;
r ; l to I shall
g 'out,. you're going 14th day of Honorable 1011' west. alongthe tine between
T. L. Comer.Judge .
1 look sallowand apply to the of . lots six (.) and seven (T) ,
'lack to' of said Court as Judg-e Pro.
"pep,
mMEATJARK: .. final dlscharg-e.[ Exxcn- 140 feet more or less, to an alleythence : : '
'" bate for my aa '
old : 41"
North decrees. East
_vnhealthy.to grow --cK.IO- trlx -of th.-.tat.deceased. ,and of that Albert'at ByreDrouaht the along the alley It"H feet; thenc'' S

: before your-time. I will final 'ac South -degrees Kast 140 feet
f SPEND YQVR VACATION.. : name counts time a. Executrix present of said my estate and more South or 41 less,degreesWest to Broadway thence along r -
: ? .
for their approval.Dated
MILES'' 'TONIC ask to of .
DR. June A. D. 111.HELBN Broadway point beginning.adjoining
: !
: .
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tf X.. lot, four (t) above udscribed. *- *- 11

Y FrC3h :Mead{; and: actuallyincreases, the num-'. '' ST. .. Il- t ....DREzeutrid. ,, : Also.lots) on-*' . PETERSBURG FLORIDA ''
'of
Of C. MillerSubdivision
H *- '
: ;' :'be'r'br'red corpuscles l in;the.blood. '' ,, '\ : !-.'C.mrt NOTCH of Tke, TO Cfmmtr CREDITORS.Jmf.. 'Osjss- block "'H." of W. A. Patrick's ..... 1-... h '

y 'Vegetables '" It makes the e1ieeksplump ; eta C+..ty. Stale) .t .Fi.etdrInureEstat. . .dllton to the Town of KlnlmmeeCity .
And describeda.folow.Begfnnin
.+ M .. "' .-of-,Harrison -Brooch ten, :- x-
,, "' and rOlYi.tdmulat *' 'Bathing To all Creditors' Legatee*. Dlstrlbu- at-th. PTBex>rner-of
: B'oatltjg TFIstilng Horseshoes .
{'. ,5 .'""'i ; 'tee and all Persons baring Claims (,block."H -and mn'Weat one bu for.-,
rdred (lIe) feet thence South
: ;
creates . cold Batatas .
Demand. against
the digestive orgaqs M i
.
,
PhoncN'44 feet
J.\,\ ,_ ; a health/appetite( and. : : :Croquet, '; Roque, Golf .... notified Ton.. and and each resuired,6o of TOO'Present are hereby any' thence trtinsand"-11:.., 11.10 one hundred(ulq'thence flee)! .
Stewartavenue
feet
t* ; s
'" Leads,Jncreised:. vigor : 1 r." .:... claims of and demaads.hare which against.you;the er North Stewart avenue fortynln -'
# either, you. may anti
0
.G' feet t
O., P. OAB.HBT ll-iee (41.11) *
,
"v. ..tat..f Harrison Broaghton dnceased ,
andvitality.l : First.bottl; o : .-. point of begjnnlngv ., :
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4 .orid.ttll.
fjeknst- efOsoeola county 'd-to
wsUefr
A'CARRETT; gu1nteei'so'helpyoit': or.tnelleyre ; : : ': : uaderstrned"Adminfdtr.erfx ." tit sO.erse.a. .'WIr 1/' ..I..r ._.n eo.t L the ,.-....'" .
OE'COMIit
1 C : t 1OI within two from the -"
= T.TAWII'io p ; aid ran otwtl
ATTORNEYS s t Pdf..i.i : ,: ', I lj ; estate Greet ' ': .. fIT. > A' :; ,'" PBN '- .r:' ,rr
: ''Idat. I Sprslsi'lttari
(lees.. : ,11 'aad:12, Oseeola 1"" Bad. II 'ASK t ;',YOUR; "1 RVdo'is.: ;: .. .' : .. __' ;. , .. ,, .. J teCltlr'! Ibf"tPsio1tMh-oJOt i Solicitors. Wabry.,'Reave" Complainant.'4V '"OU-It-. ..: ,J4-U. 1-).,.:;.I"-.-C', ''

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BGKI'( THE KSSIMMEE VALLET"GAZETTE. FRIDAY. AUGUST ''U,';1921 .' ,


f Charles': Dam, :Walter Griffin. Roy DITCHER TO MAKE ROAD

REALMMISS Graves. _Milton Graham Sheldon,I TO AID CITRUS GROWERS k III 1
I-IN SOCIETY'S Johnson, Donald McKay J. 'J. IkleCraniev -' .
Gerald Rivers William Tiller The. huge'' ten-thousand dollar

,, Jack Whidden, .Maurice. Wilcox ditcher Kissimmee, owned by the
RUBY LARGENT 'Misses Violet Bulleck, 'Margaret city, is now being located .at the DOLLAR. :DAY'SPECIALS
SOON TO BE WEDDED Castelberry, Maurice Dann Lucille foot of Ruby avenue, where it will ,
r Mr. and Mn. W. J. Largrent of Griffin, Virginia Lesley, Marguerite .be engaged in throwing up a road-
404 ,Magnolia avenue, east, annoutfcethe Lanier. Lell, McCranie lIl.argaretMeNeih.l. way to take the place of the plank
engagement of their daughter+ Foda McNeill Patsy Mak-j driveway now extending from the On Saturday;', August ,20 and Monday, August 22 the Dollar .
Mill Ruby Lament to W. B.', Grad- inson, mizabeth Parker, Ettamay shoreline to the commerelaldock..
4 dy, of Cecil Georgia.: The date for SuM! ,.Clara Tucker Elisabeth War-, This is being done to make the drive- Limit Store will give bargains that will'make your dollars
''the .event hat not been made public, Ing., way safe for the trafic that will ,

j y" but- will occur 'in-the near future,'' ,GAVE' HONOR' PARTY begins come when, and the Councilman fruit-shipping Rosen season whois .' do the work of' the old Jive-dollr 'gold coins.tea ", ,

WILL RETURN GUESTS FOR THREE CLASSMATES '/ at the head of the bulkhead committee : ', ,
: TO' THEIR MIAMI HOME Mrs. S. B. Aultman entertainedher took'' the initiative and. is r l
) A., S. Gilbert and Miss Grace Gilbert Sunday,school class of the commencing work., '" i
q' will leave on Sunday by Christian ,, church at a. delightful The dredge has been out of ..com 'HERE, AREA, FEW OF THE. "DO .AR BARCAlNS" FOR( SATURDAY AND MONDAY;
mobile for Miaml.t The trip event at Lake Conway last evening 'mission since the machine was returned .
ing made to return Mr. and auto-j in which a marshmallow rout and a by the Candler people,' who Ladies' 'WaitU. regular price $(.00 BOYS' PANTS: good grade; per

Youell Pope and Mr. and Mrs. tine spread of eatable played a had it leased for some:needed work 1 each; Saturday and Monday, only, pair this tale _._?.___.___-:---- 41
who have been the prominent part.The affair was< Erickson. upon property; now two for ___ ____ ___________$1
, !f of the Gilberts for'i sectoral weelds, en for'three members of the: class been put In good shape for the work ,- Any Round-Thread Lace in die hotue.

1 ;, te'' their homes-and Mr. and Miss who ar temporarily leave here: it is expected to; do. To fill the road Men's, Striped 'Overall, with Aproa, ; this sale Saturday or Monday.; ,20 .

:' Gilbert .will extend their visit in Miami Miss Gussie Winn Baltimore who goes to way from the small amount of filling ale. price: ________,---,__*__.__.-l yard for _.__.________...___,_---$* w
l Goucber college, Miss back of the will
for a fez days. ; : retaining wall '
,' '. Marjorie Powell who has secured: a 'require much deep cutting; but Ladie and Children' Hats mine assortment DISH TOWELLING, thii Tale, five "

: VISITED DAYTONA BEACH position in Cherryville, Kansas; and it May be possible, even before this ,'your choice this sale oDly__.'I yards for, _________----_______i.--f
ON MONDAY AUTO-TRIP Miss. Edith: Miller, who will attend Job is completed that arrangements .EXTRA SPECIAL! Four yards of fif
r S ,,- A Jolly party from Kissimmee a.- the College fop Women at Tallahas. may be made by which the. dredge I ribbon and Mon- ladies Summer Vests this sale, FIVE ,F.

?f: toed to Dkytona Beach: to spend the Bee' will commence to throw dirt from ty-cent:: Saturday FOR _________ ---- -,---------$1 _
!. lakebed thus fill day for ..,. -... $1
and theexca .
i day. on Monday andenjoyed- .ur the --- ----- ----- -- +---- I
bathing: Included in the excursionists i WILSON CLUB BOYS vated area. Mr. Rosen is taking Ten yards of Narrow Ribbon at this BUTTONS eighteen Cards of good rk

were Mrs. W. H. Shad Mrs. Ida CAMP AT ALLIGATOR time by the forelock with the desireto wonder tale at$1: Buttons for_ ________________.>____$1 "
.i Broughton\, Mrs. J. S. Brookman, Some sixteen member. of the make trafficsafer and the ""road thi tale
I ? Mrs. W.. II. Swain and son Russell, Boys' Club in Osceola county, left on bed will be sufficiently wide for two Ladies Silk lose, for this sale, per Eight pain Men's.Good Hose
Mrs. L. Boyd and daughter Myrtle I I I Wednesday; for a three-day camp at automobile trucks.COMMISSIONERS. pair$1: --------------$1

4)f Carpenter, South Dakotas andMiss. I I Alligator lake, under tlfc) guidanceof CONSIDER .Silkaleen Crochet Thread all colors' t 24 Roll Good Toilet Paper Saturday r

IThomasville Margaret, Georgia Castleberry-together: with of j.tion, Leo agent H. end Wilson promotor, county of Jemonstra-the various SMITH EXCELLENT TIMBER .-. this sale, per dozen_____..,*__":_.:__$1 or Monday for _____J" ___________Jl 4 1

7.. II. Roberts wh.o! handled the boys' clubs throughout Osceola. commissioners;; ; ; i in Silk Poplin was $1.75, sale, price -. Two Good Work Shirts for___________$1

\\1 wheel. __ These lads were provided with all ion The on county Monday: adopted a, set sea-of per yard _____-___.___--___.-___$l Men's Laundered Collar, this sale
S I
;k MISSIONARY MONDAY I necessary delightful goods one, and to there make will a stay be, in a resolutions endorsing J. D. Smith of Three yards Silk Chiffon: white, red; five for ____________---..___----...$1 a

+ MEETS NOW ON all probability, a better spirit of Marianna, for a position on the Fed- pink, or blue; at this sale____+.__::.$1 Children' Dresses, two for __________$1
i A change of date for the meetings I eral Highway Commission and have
the olnaraderie established by the closeI KABO CORSETS colors esh. line Bungalow Aprons, this 'tale. '
J: of the Missionary Society of I I forwarded a copy of the same to the : or. Large .

; Christian church has bean mad*-I I| companionship.With Mr. Wilson, at the camp, Florida representatives in congress.It white; this sale, each--$1 each: special __.....___-_.__..__-$! '
and Monday afternoon has been se- is understood that appointmentson
,
and participating in the work and
lected. To commence the new date :' that commission will be made by i t
the E. W. Jenkins
the entertained 'I pleasures, were it is the desire -
and
right
SS I President Harding
', on Monday afternoon by Mrs. Julius district extension county agent work for, and the agricultural S. W.- of all\ Florida that this state We win have lots of other bargains ftt this sale too many of !
Smith' at the Osceola house when shall be in that body.It .
4 I Hartt, who is district agent for the represented them to mentlon In announcement aU '
the' program was furnished by Mrs. is claimed by those who know him ,
both
state from the at
'1""' M. E. Turner. Refreshments were university that J. D. Smith is an admirable man
'r, served by the hostess. Gainesville. for the position. _ I worthy of your inspection. I
The next regularmeeting of the INFORMATION SFROM .
HEAD FI INNES COMPANY :t '
r >
; society will be held at the home of
# Mrs. S. B. Aultman, 317 Broadway, SENATOR FLETCHER DIES IN JACKSONVILLEThe

'r Monday afternoon, September. 5, at Writes Senator Duncan U. Fletcher : death of Harry L. Inns, aftera I DOLLAR LIMIT STORE'
which time the program will be in : '"I am advised that Charles H. : brief illness, shortly) after 1tf
charge of Mrl. L. II. Gedge. McCann special representative from II midnight very on Monday, created much 1
G. w. Persons Company
I the Veterans' Bureau, Washington, I regret over the entire state. For
HED-MAR-THEL-EM KEPT
has established headquarters at '
has been KISSIMMEE
YOUNG FOLKS HAPPY I several months Mr. Innes STEWART AVENUE -
Room 6C8, Graham building, Jacksonville promoting the American Motors Export :
After spending ten days at Lake' and has announced that he 5
interesting
'' Company, succeeding: in -5
Wilson where they made camp'through will confer with claimants for compensation I from .
'
the courtesy of Mr. and ,> whose prominent people every 'I I

Mrs Frank Ames, the Kissimmee I IIM been claims have not county in the state and the first. __ ___-'_ __._T- ':f' ,
satisfactorily adjusted. ------- ------- -- --- -
unit of the big plant at Jacksonville 'A
contingent returned home last 8u -|
"-" ._ "It is the purpose of Mr. McCannto I was-well under way at the time__ of ,ACTING OF CLEVER SON FOR SALE-Uprlffht piano In One FOR 8 A LEI!-on I' Emerson Typewriter,
r' day Jeclarinjr"tJiey bad-hugely-- establish'tempOr ry headquartersat n. - condition; cheap fbr cash; or will model three visible, as good as new. i
his -
joyed the entire outing. The mem- j I death. DRAWS MOTHER'S'TEARSAs trade -.v.. for Rr.Alhm! : FondlckjFfsh -Apply Valley Qaaette. .tt.\
other central in the state,
bers of. the the Misses points I Matters had reached a point, however Lake Park XI..lrom..e. S4-4tx
were
camp and information concerning places' I Ii -
c' Emily Sanderson Thelma Sutton, according to the local representative a general rule mothers FOR RENT
,* dates etc., may be obtained by addressing i in Kissimmee, C. H. Funk, (tare FOR .8AL-Z-50MO! rough lemon nook : --t
Margaret Lasley, and Helen I him. of the good judges as to whether their front send planted( last fall. Price! FOR RENT-Furnished house; cls.s S
with Burt Ames added. Amea-I communication certificate, 'in the formation company children are in real trouble, or are right. E. 8. Kollir. KlMltomee. Flor In. Call Phone No. tit, _
"Every cessation in KI"'Mm.e'l
when there will be no ida. . Sl-tf ,
the tears for the of
: boating ] shamming
enjoyed t
and affidavit, should bear the full The entire purpose.
work.
k of the ,
fishing-but the "fine eats" seemed the progress gaining some object. Once in a
name, former rank and postoffice ad- line of action has been so well map- FOR SALE -On* pair good horses. Six-room cottage on paved sheet; ,'
however
'i nto appeal to them, with greater fervency. dress of claimant, and refer to cannotbe while, a juvenile actor real- also one two-hora wagon and all\ modern improvements. See II. f lei
h I' Numerous visitors were at number." ped out that the proposition ly happens, nad such is Jackie Coo- hor...... See \V. B. Maklncon. at lhshardware Kit-
claim there a C. Stanford, 2 and 4 Broadway,
allowed to drop and are tore i-tfc
t1\e camp 'including Mr. and Mrs. ; gan, who plays .the title in "The simmee. a4-3tc
W." E. and John sufficient number of capable men Kid the associated first fl
Sand.notMary TRIBUNE SPEAKS, WELL special ,, national RENT"-Fln
FOR SALE OR
details of personality -aerotruck I
I
,.Sanderson Addison Gilbert. Emory lacking some attraction, starring Charlie
; OF MISS AULTMAN the. deceased farm located In Vest Kiaalmmoe MISCELLANEOUS
,,Akerman' and Mark Reed' and by and initiative possessed by Chaplin, which will be*the attractionat within onf-fourth mile of court-
all .the'' camp' grounds of Lake Wil- The new secretary of the local Red ready to head the corpora- the Casino tomorrow. house. Uo..d land, fenced; hlffhlvfertilized : NEW CATALOGUE-Fall edition. O.ntalns -
Cross chapter, Miss Elizabeth Ault tion which has gained .such impetus and cultivated last year. a fund of line information Car ,?, ,
voted most The contains most
,.on:was attractive.: picture pathetic Cash or term to ault Will covclder the new-comer or beginner and ef r
man. has arrived in Tampa from throughout Florida. scenes when the authorities Insist In trade a Ford suitable for truck. (treat value to those already familiar ; ,
,y. MANS' YOUNG, PEOPLE. Orangeburg South Carolina, and im- on separating Charlie and Kid, J. N. Parker Phone 18S. 14-tf with Florida Truck -Urowlnf.: .J:.
"PICNIC CONWAY mediately began work' in her new CIRCUS MEN BEHAVED on the grounds that Charlie is nota If you are not already receiving-our ,+
.
FOR 8AL.K-Buntralow; ; haa seven catalogue write' today for
Chaperoned: by Mr. and Mrs. Sam field. Although!\ coming here from WHEN MAYOR THREATENED fit guardian for .him. Kid room; large lot; all Improvement Seed. Company Plant oepy.KlUore Citr,
Prather there was a picnic of considerable Orangeburg Miss Aultman's Miome is bursts into tears, at the' Theof the. and a flue location; faces two Florida.: 44tIDI.BT
,' dimensions at Lake Conway in Kissimmee. She was the secretary A clash betweeemployees of/" a :' I streets At a bargain E. Remington. -
i of Fremont, parting. SS Broadway, Klsalmmee. at-tfo -Big- business Is ready.for )011. r
yesterday evening when numbers of 'of the chapter in Orangeburg, circus and the police to Mrs. Coogan,. mother of the boy 1 Bell. 1ST i product. direct to fM-iaers
automobiles crowded with young for several months before coming to Nebraska, as the latter attempted was invited to a special showing of I FOR SALE, For Rent Furnished on credit If you own team or'auto, '< 1J
folks spent the afternoon and evening this city, says the Tampa Tribune. ; top alleged ."con" games, cam, to the picture and left the projectionroom I Rooms and No Trnpais Card., 10 are under CO, can give -bond, we
each at The Claaatt office.
cent. million
city start
of the you. Twenty use cur
-''at that- pleasant resort. There Miss Aultman has been identified an end when the mayor of in the midst of this scene. 4$-tf products. Good ;*territory .....
was em finer luncheon servedendthere ; in Red Cross secretarial work for threatened. to' call out members "You may tell me it is only acting Write 1. JR. Watklns CO'DJ>any. 15.-I'
was' bathing galore-and there the past sixteen months. During the the American Legion-to preserve;law ," she said outside with tears FOR SALE-One Vets Electric Wall pertinent IK-- Wlnoh.. Minnesota.
outnumbered Plate. Practically new. At a -reasonable I'm life chance. S4-lt
was a general good time "all the ;war she was actively engaged as a--end order. The policewere streaming down' her face, "but I price. Apply ValUy Qa- your
.time>-and ,there was a tired crowd Red Cross worker. ; by the circus roustabouts;:,who know better than that. Jackie wouldnever I.eUe.. f.tt. MERCHANT BOOKS written usT
that returned. Miss Aultman stated that she had -the mayor like that unless--his -heart posted, and balsnced. Monthly statement N.
--' theolatter9announc he cry FOR BALm-onfi Nash touring
that car showingfull condition of af
-
" Among those"making'trip were made no definite plans for new workof until the was broken. Although Iknow, he Is 'a nd one sevsn-passenirsr fair. Perfect work guaranteed.References. .
Emory Akerman,' Gordon Buttorff the local chapter. At present, she would call: Legion men to asistj at home this minute and probably touring car. Both of these at bargain Address: "Beolcs"care ,

Gordon. ,.Bullock.. .Leon Chapmaa,I II said, there will be no changes made. I police. up io some mischief I can t stand prices W.. B. Malclnion. City.t; The Oasette. Klaslmnree. H-tfo ...., I

-+- to see this picture of him, when his.I DRKSSMAKINQ:: done by Mrs f.' R. 4
_:" : : :! :__.__ heart is being torn right out of him.". FOR SALETwo) boys' suits. t-year Blnquefleld, 101 Verona street,, Kis '
J IIiIIIIIIIIIIIII iIIIIIItUIIIIINIIIIIIIIIhIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiLt She stuck to it, too,and has never old dark'wee green velvet Russian, one dark style blue white, one simmee. tl-tfe 4;J

t I seen the last half of the production I collar and cuffs, detachable. Nearly SECOND HAND GOODS beuarht. seid 1-i ..b4 if;:
which carries her son through to the new. Apply 101 Main .treet. 4tf and repaired. The C..lno.If. ) 'f

happy ending on a flood of comedyof _u ___ _____
the brand which only Charlie

DR.. T. M. RIVERS LSH. CEDCE / STOUTS Chaplin can prouce. &
_____ _. Mv.c
4 I -- _ _ :, .. ark "
PitriJJ.aT C..M.i NEW> GROCERY- OPENS

5, -' . . .- -"..---- .-- .... IN BROADWAY>> STORE -- *-

II T"
Another""grocery"will make; its bow "* 1
= to the public tomorrow,;' and throw
'i out bids -for patronage-W. H. Ivey
I WHEN & Sons-. having flitted up the room. .

fr'. ',h -. I vacated by the Ladies Shopand"
atockedit with a fine line of mer

- / - # -- chandise. ''The' store has been attractively -
- - -
- --- -- ---- -
== a1T8nged'and the managements
'
promises a service which will

...;.The--Banlt-With- . '- -_ -_._. .' ,. be excelled by no other establishment -
- --" --- --
I- . -000 e3 -in 'the' city. Special bargains

ha EE: .are being advertised' for tomorrowand
:
,
== Monday., -/?-. Jfc -
IJ
Ability. == t

4l., ,. "and I When you are offered a position far sway, with immense e r THE CLASSIFIED 'COLUMN 1 Helps For Your FallHQusecleaning


t, .. 'j ''jtWiUinsrne. possibilities before you-when the time come that II LOST _
1
?
= Serve you can get at a low price a splendid piece of real e.- == LOST-Thursday, August 11. between ,
to'; Gilbert' nlllnsr station and Orlando. -t.,
tate-when a business opening that wjll>>1 male you a' rich a man's irrey, two-button coat.
-
Suitable reward for return to Nor- will find it well worth while
to
station.Klsslmmes. your
Griffin Gilbert's filling YOU
: ma
f' :
I. ."DfPOSrrS-INSURfI I )' - man.-come to you will you be prepared to seize it?. 36-lto in and see the special display we

,,1-c" The' preparation mutt begin now-then will be too late. C WANTED. are making of the things you need for II
'r
.. . WANTED-To hear from owner of housecleanmg. ._ "
.
It's the man who look ahead i il the one who gets ahead. 53 i rood ranch for sale. State cash
I. price; full particulars. D. F. Rush -- Everything from Curtain Tllods to Paint
::::: . Minnesota.so31$4.36. ,
u $1.00 starts a Saving Account with u'*. The money is Minneapolis .
at0
&' and from Mops to Stepladders. Exactly ; '

= tight here for you at once when you need it. FOR SALE . what you Want to make home brighter and

iII!!!! : ;;;; FOR SALF3-A few be- : th-e hives work lighter: '
Apply to Isaac 1f- HI'.t. OakS .
street: R. F. D,_-4.- ,-- M-ltl I Come inland: see how completely we can
.
1 FOR SAL.R-Or will: t.Jld.' for KIs- supply Yon'S >.
Jy .simmeeproperty! "ne'w' four-room

.,/banvalow.all Central cleared avenue with and-I Orlando.fenced. son Apply r West to : OSCEOLA- ?

Osceola John DelL People's So and 100 'HARDWARE.' CO
Bank of R County -Store- ,' No. ''10 Broadway. KI.elmmll'l.2t' ,
7k
i . \ - -- .._- u'
FOR: SALE-Beach.lots on Fifth ave .
THE 7YfNCQSr.Eil f d. l'
nue. Indlalantlo Beach, Melbourne. :: 'J STORE
._=. Bargain' for quick' ..Ie."' F., M. Everett ... .... ., 'I...
;p' .' '.
-
,- 'Tlt".? I1..."'Florlds. II-Ita EI : :
n H ur.'':S..A..M. ... :, .). '. ,'" w. ; .:.. .
.
.
FOR $ALffi.-Wooden-washing. machinenearly .. A ,. l--;.', ...,
.j f fi atr.et. -: -new.- Apply.. .101_ .Main I0-t _; .-:'t.? : .. ,
. Located :
,
'
; .. . ; x r-----. __ : : on '. ;. d. .
lIIIIiuilftllllUl1I1I1I1I1I1; l FOR BALK)-A one-ton Maxwell truck. '
"Bee-w..R..Maklnson, at the store pt : KiB'strrim.efisiBu
II IIIIIIIIIIIIII I 1II1II11I1I ll the S.- Maklnson S, Hardware- Company.II-UO, .' :', ,I i s't Corner .-

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