Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 30, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01031
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: I PUPILS. TO GRADUATE' NEWCOMER, BUYS :PROPERTY' '
STANDARD '
PACK BEMA'INS'J
': .IH, METHODIST SCHOOL LANG ;ON.VERONA, STREET ,MARINE

MADE 'The graduating ''exercises, of the 16ct This Your Mf: Frank A. Nave 'recently arriving "
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URGEHENT j primary department of the Methodist t in. Kisslmmee from her for REACHED .KISSIMMEE$

Sunday school' will take,place" Sun. ::' i,, '. o-- ..... mer' hom. in Indiana, ha* this week .

UPON EVERYOkOWEtk :'I,: day mornhig tat9:48; in- the i church, ,.' '-Mud" :. 1.d1 1 tl --0 r, .-. .-'.;;.........-;.. purchased a house .and lot on 'Verona ,
auditorium/and: thus will ibe; follow itreet--the property formerly 'ownedby WEDNESDAY EVENING '
ed. by the organisation of cia.... 'for '," Cbeet-and the world will, bleu '"ou'a; ;.r.:'." C.W.'Dow, of' Boston. Mr. ,

,the newyear.1Bveryone; U cordiallyIinvited'to ': Grouch: and throw gloom I ;,/,. Nave bought, also the vacant lot.
Growers .. ''- > r ., Skdl'Th
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Received. Vie F.... .
victim
,.i attend.especisUy4tbepparbents'of ; ? I' adjoining, which waa owned by the 01 wiped Old E- "
of Information Fro** 'EatertaiaUr < the graduates. : -, J'', .I t M",easy to smile. _, -' \ '. s. Water A Carson Grocery Company.It tire Reisaeat. .Save,Oae Cesarade, *
I Tomorrow afternoon' at tcur4hirtythe' < the.'white. : ,: b. '" i* understood the purchase wa
Speaker Freaj Manatee. Coaaty And be; happy- -a. ,' :." Wa Barfed Yesterday
children will of
of -- of''thedepartment made with an idea improving the
Almosta", hundred grower and ,,have farewell. party for the: grad ' '". For ,a ,pessimist ,there's no '('room. 1., ->' ,.', ; property and erecting an additional' :Wednesday evening;; there arrived
(their/friends,' attended ,the Tuesday'''uates;' This will take place in The ... / '" residence. from thenorth the remain oNath''

linpr .meeting 'of the Oaceola-:. Dun ralow..nd the'mothers :arc. .In' '"' Joke-.-and',you'll start a humor:.. ''.;, ,;,;y : The sale was made through the an Bryan Orson, Junior, from overseas
:vlfed.to come with the children. Wlllsoa & Aultman realty '
'era'
Co-Operative"' Allocation company.
.. ;and although but brief ''noticeof
Frown 1. ,
and the i
;,Joy, spilled; ,i' 'Ii t"j
the few member who did not ,, ,.'.1, f 1 -'. tK arrival was gives thehbody
[come missed a rare treat.; I. T. WU J I I ,Keep the ills, you own, ' '" ";'.A:' iwas' properly and patriotically, .*..'
Iliams, general and H. T.'AUDIENCES { DEMAND FORHOUS"es celved. '
manager [ IMMENSE To yourself, alone,- ',* ...
Bennett .charter . held
| secretary, !]r ' The funeral was from the
( and "father" of the Manatee County } 'ThereY no "pleasure with ,happiness. ,, billed.-'-<; '. w residence of Mrs W. B. Canon,'on

'rowers'", 'Association, accompaniedthe !: AT THE UNION TENT .. ". e. ' } "':f1'; + NEVER SO WORRYING Broadway. services being: in .
( former's wife and the latter'.,t Boost-and ypull 1 be in Asst; ' :" "c'; charge of the local,,post of the American .;
daughter Were the speakers, guests j.fof < ; ; Legion and conducted by Rev
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honor,, and ;'inspiration of''the' i r ON SUNDAY"EVENIN'OI' .. ..Knock. .--and you'll" male/'a.lf'. .: ,;'v.: IH 'TNE PRE-SEA.SON J. A.. Sutton, of "the,, Baptist church,,
fc meeting.' *, '! .. :: Don't line": 'roorn I ' --of which "Nat," the name by: '"vr
I. .Mr. Williams spoke along the lines I I' X '" ., ,. .your ' -t' "" which he wan "..generally. known was '

|of. what the' local /.crower.'' associaVj Last Suaday Evenlaf Large Tent Wat 10 i .t, '. With. a ,coat. of.; gloom: J ., ,, Every. Mail Bring;,to ,Kissimmee Re a''member.The'interment. was made
fin can do.! .. his organization' has .. ."" Be a reef| optimistTcal cius1! ' '. '' at RoeehilUIn .
Crowded and Outside Seats Were / quests" for. laformatioa RetardingHoaies
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one, and Mr. Bennett gave in detaila. ,, respect to his memory every
[ history of ,the aisociation's. ptob-j f Occupied, -b, Interested Throng . % Apartaseab.. Rooms.' business house In Kisslmmee closed ?
herns,.step by step, which opened the J' '- TO"f its,doors, and the high school faculty -. .
eyes of;many, of his hearers to unknown -t) The 'large 'gatheringof' last, Sun. The ..pproa'hln.eeallon promises'to and students attended in a body. "..
; possibilities and cleared .up a stay evening at the" tent where the ----- -- ----- -- ----..---.-- _. bring to. KIssTmmee, a* well as-, Every flag in Kissimmee was at half-
I lot' -problems with which :the' ex- 'union' svyceeare being held will "I to 'all portions' of. the ,state, .a 'vast i mast during the hour,of t.he' funeral. lh
f ecntive 'committee is at present. ]probably ,.be duplicated on-' the com CONCRETE : number of people .for- whom .provisions : The floral tributes were' numerous
BUILDING AS FULL
j.wrestling. ing: Sunday." The postponement of ] PROTECTIONy cannot be made-and. there will j, and beautiful. Y

,'On''of the moat,impressive' points 'service ..at other' churches, and' a Ii be thousands meeting ..disappoint As hie ,comr.de. at arms stood' at
kkde by. the speakers was -the- idea, i i"which strong pleadntent' that :'all church, BE ment. 'A-jra t. ;nUll'lbeP/'of'' northern I attention with bowed ; the buglei" -
seemed ,to permeate their re- members shall be at the-tent to as- TO ,CONSTRUCTED WHOLE CITY WILL BEONEBIRDSANCTUARY resident cannot fully:understand'the I sotinded .. "Taps beads 4 .the',flag-
t marks ''that 'possibilities await ''..sistIn the 'rpri"e-.draws-. -a' large A great demand that ,1; always madeupon I covered casket was slowly lowered
grower of,, becoming the'one sought audience on Sunday.*,, evening; -and .1 all sections of the state; can Into its ,final resting-place. '
I after Instead of the' producer vainly 'the singing, which Is by no means UPON DAKIN ,AVENUE : not realise': '.that condition! are:such I On June 10? 1918, Najt, then a student '

[-searching for aa. market which will allow him to' break- as has so hearers, -- pletelyyaatiefyingthe, great armyvieitings hi. his
; even volunteered eenice. to eoun.. "r j
frequently been theJcase in Osceola No, assertion have been made;fegardlng Haad.es.e Block Wifl Be Erected OnSite Weaaea Plaa Bird Saactaary Hate : Florida- for- a ''few months try-enlisting in the Marines; Af

county. We .know we can,,grow thefinest -' thelength .of, time .these Adjoining Mankattaa Hotel Dimensions .Conncil Proautes.. Te each'-year -'- an army whose roster ter'three months of training at Parr
crops obtainable here, but we meetings are to be held- -but so long Far Business Purposes Eaact Laws When Needed each season grows the greater* is Island he was sent overseas. The
havent always been able to _sell. {a* the audiences continue I It I i. probable --- ,, ; It is true 'that there has been a middle of'October he was transferred
Mr. Williams showed us the way > the sessions will be' continued. On. the lot immediately, adjoining. Not only willthe' courthouse square, lack of progress, made ,by the residents I to the '45th, Company. ;> Fifth Marlnes -'
when he said "You must have a All of the businessmen in Klssim- the Hotel Manhattan is to be erect. be -. safe' and secure' "abldmg.p1 ce of Kisslmmee $to constructing ,-. and 'went' among the placement
standard pack. It the buyer gets a mee have agreed that if any of their ed a two-story business block the for the birds from this lime henceforth .preparing homes of some sort 'troopl into the Argonne-For-. i
carload of your stuff and it Is good and assistants desire! to *"be'off lower, floor to carry four storerooms.; but the entire city promises to I' for those who feel that no place In eat. It w..'j;there, that at dawn on
he'll keep the wires hot ,for more. If an hour each, afternoon to attend and the upper floor to be divided insuites come 'under the head 'of' a ,Vsnotu- the state has the home-charm which the. first day of November, !1918 that
he gets a pack that's good another the meetings the:'privilege shall be for housekeeping. Work has ary" for the feathered friends1 of this, city "'possesses. .There plight' be he was killed by a shell 'which 'wIped
one of poorer stuff and some which .Jr.nted--and some have agreed to been'' in' progress constructing the n-.an. The women are determinedthat given many reasons',for'this lack of out' his.entire:: .. regiment *-> with the.exeeptlon .
Jwill hardly do at all you've lost a even close' the places of..business.Curing sheds in- which the concrete blocks Kissimmee shall be 'among the preparation of "which might-.be; "of one man--and'even he .
V, customer'and you've lost your the hour of service. There will manufactured for tho ''Structure. first in Florida to take up this planof correct; yet It is true that at a small wa badly wounded.' '
friend. One man's idea of. 'fancy reams to be a unanimous 'responseto ., and it Is the intention, to hasten encouraging: bird-life; not the I outlay and with the assurance that Nat Carson wa born :in Kissim
goods may vary greatly from that every effort made to swell, the afternoon i matters as much"as possible. first for there are several ,cities excellent returns")Vere aura 'upon>> the m..-. February 7, 1898., He 'was the
ef Wa_ neighbor. Get .' standard audiences 'although such__The_building! |Is.to b! eon tU0te4 which have taken the needed ate >saa4nrtvtbe investment there could b.ve been er- youngest son of Mr"'and Mr*. N. B.criflce" .
pack? d-1et-jOur'brandZ'mean--"hourraref.cluall seeded'::1rv.-'b108t yfor"Emmett Sr RoUff".nd-e1'tt'" numborTT8HmitedfaneHt J rnDJr dJl.Dny--::: : ) =--uite=which=: would. Canon-nnd3nade:: the yeupremeL''
" I Today '
F i' ou71 never have to worry about .and care for the customers bill father Robert J. Roliff. Plans embrace all ''point needed in a pro. I .r property-owners are, receiving one-h.lf'e.n: of age. Ilia life' was
L-Uceeplng' customers coming. from out of the city. I I competitive bids for the rental '
your 1 complete show the building will bea teotionary. sense willbe take from pent InKillalmme..unt.U'th. time he
I*>-'lAn organization is not at the' ,' In matters; of -number few citiesof'jhe modern!j one in every .way-and it other cities which are striving'i i of property,. Because. tbl. '.trolg* {i left -for. college-and A morebelovedboy
.mercy of an unscrupulous commie, siie'of Kissimme could furnish j I is understood that already one' of cater to the Audobon Society:' I desire to secure come special home it may be confidently ''asserted,',
ion man and some of them will audience so large as those I;the stores has been.leaned for an up.to.themoment Precisely what ordinances will be : price have been''' raised beyond nor never grew to'young Manhood in this
ytak advantage of'you when they cant I whfch' have been 'given the union proposition.: The, li r needed* to perfect the guarding of. mal. ''Vacant lots are still being held city. His happydisposition and hi*' : '
--because. once your brand is established srvices. There Is a general attrAf-! 1''cation ia an excellent one -and wilt city so. far an slaughtering birds has at normal-and the time'to invest is bright smile will ever .remember,
you* can get daily market reports . tlon each'evening to the tent-and tend to increase the business section not been decided The revised ordi 1' this moment. Upon'' a ;.vacanj lot ed by,, his very many, ... clatea. ,

by-..wire'. No man"ean, fool there U a feeling among members of.-l.of| the' city to-.a marked.extent.i-. '-. nanteit,' of .the city, .aspublished'in'. may be erected quarters in which; < _..After'.graduating ; the; countyblgh.choot
.you; you' knOw whatthe market all denominations .that- much' good is. -"We're planning\ building that Docember-of 19141 appear to contain the ,1te.-eom.r.1naY:"reside-:lihrovjE.) be. attended for onejrear' :!*. , '
price .1.. Yon,can divert a car' to a to be/finally accomplished.. f will be a er.dit'to.the city," said Mr.Rcliff. no provisions. prohibiting the dischatRe .: (Continued on Pag, -Ten) '? 1 college at MaryvllleTennessee.and'
better market than the one it 1erKesded "In sine 'It will be one hunt! of Jfirearma I,within the limitsof had just completed the first year of

,for. You ..can. increase your' dud and ten feet ,on ,Dakin ,venue, the city' although it is highly hi* university course at Gainesville
outlets. And 'Mr. Commission-mam I 11'HOME PAPER VVEEK" ond It.'will be' about sixty feet deep. probable that, since .that .date some MUCH IMPROVEMENT where he wa*' a member of the. ',Sigma -
'will wake up and offer,, you the-m- ., :This will allow four storeroomseach !j enactments have been made in this .. Alpha Epsllon fraternity. .
; ft price.. '- '' of.twenty.ftve''feet width with I"direction. Some authorities; declare "lie served with honor In the1' "

,"Some of,, our men have retired andlive WILL' BRING; A SPECIAL a ten-foot stairway' leading_ to'.the {that ordinances, .have been enacted :AT ICE PLANT WILLINCREASEJAPACITY great world-war and-.dIed. 'Intheaenlee "
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on the interest of their moneysipee second Rool"where there will be modern .1 j covering all needed points; and 'it of His Country.!"
our three-year-old associationgot rooms and softes.. We eel- that 'should be made the : duty of the .
under way. They have been loyal to tbe'a..oclatlon.. They have in that"block as it is directly inline plan of a great bird sanctuary, to ,, '' with rBob" and Miss Viol_ :
diced that what is to the aasocla- ; from the railway to the business I'collate such detail. in- 'order, that Bullock, anted ttf Atlantathe lejkter :

,_.on's advantage is to..theirs. AMO-I "Sabscribe t. Hess T... Paper rection; .and then .we intend to ,add they may be made public.I Work Is Beiif Held; Back' S....... i iINca. ,, part of last.week 'sod>MW '9f. ;
ute loyalty to their .lIocl.tlon'.nd to, the business section having a !I If the publicity ia to be gin petted return soon wH *e .Rt.e
their 'brand"has done it. .You; sell I Week" Will Coamai. ee Monday, by proper ... All Material Has Not BeeaReceived Jo .
hand. this it should be'done atlonce Bulock.w *ntm-.
grocery} right %t just what; en 'plan ception 0-Miss
wholesale; why should!' ;you associationcaa ', buy* at:>* ...._.7i' i Ceatiaqe. Six;Day other enterpTtnrawill', occupy the 11 1 ,' 'Delays may create hardships, Fresa, Maaufactarers' ,. plate ;visiting.her'' \lrothera'; at, Ma-v *>
retail A co-operative' i' s 'i rf. 'now known batthece.i4 ''and the matter should not be allowed -- Atlanta for montkv
not and
Uili.tery 'aldJ building"is: i con a
.: tilKUslmmee
and will buy'at wholesale. .Thl.ContlnuedonI'.geT.n ono- born reared When the plant eh.n'be completely
| one thing .sure when that to hang fire to the extent that all ;
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remained -'
(. ) -j{, had to-make modernized and .placed in nigh-
I1 there' mr.the will ,be.I /
building Is Completed : will ..benonempty'space interest proposition :
.. --' ''' ,Ihis I permanent home,>this would now grade-.condition the KJ.aimmeeIce
!
I /' : v of..thousandsmore : .very long?, ._ come obsolete.' .The, council and .the bane JURORS ARE DRAWNOIUGTOBE
be city population and
a l >f ter ,*. - l,. .' l j -- I people, generally, favor the propositionand -Ian estabimhment'of'whict'the.!
AREMATURINGN
than
: city
PLANS ,'. :now. 'Scotland'Yard heron record about the committees 'p ,
., t.be'other hand andl.k'Wnl l' ; proper .
cities : ,
4 'On may well feel) proud. J.
..'elsewhere that have attracted 8 OOOO- sets of' finger_ prints..._ _. .--.--j should i immediately. function. ,.. srk' js'pr r..ln'g 'In'' ft *t..*dy E '
; OLA TO Kissimmee youths would never have ru' ,I ; .
of the
FOA y way end the- : ; ;portion_, .

; ', ( I:I been would founded remain, perhaps as it .was, and n'America pioneerdaysa COUNCIL TO:. :CHOOSE l [[ C'. plant will''o--be'to the'be meatstoragevault pl.flrntIn. active"nlce,which I'd F' '-CIRC1JIT :CODJIT" '

H'A': .. "WILD'WE( : liAteqE"dkOrraaizatioa..Neededia continent -with a few will, be''of a size to care for "the +, ,. -- . I ,C
1{ scattered cities all too. large all lVfUABECIDI ,
DRIVEN< need of*'Kisslmmee':for some :time : ;
}over-congested.;; 1. Court T. Sit Earner-Taasi CarteeaaryMoaaay
J !" *' '''' '' '' ,1. NOTHEfiMEMBERT02j[ : to. come/,A* yet, however, the piping

_State:' iWa But,'from the" opportunity tbel.... tiv.that bome.keep.are.&t.movemel1dA1ve'Twlth'the calls men. :. .withowhich; ;the, room :will .be : . 'CkUWf 10,.!T"* "l

'T* ZeaUajICeaaerve'aad!Protect 1 MONDAYNIGHTtAatorob1e'Yalaed equipped is' not at hand-norie'some 'New' Selected By, ..... ,
Day
W"lId.. aad GuM, > ), V. the / [. LATEVACANCY C l. OFF '''9 of the.other, material.' WorkIs: conj: '. :t'
result that tlc.lIy ,
I "pra :;'.nery..col'11e"of. ; tinulng; on. makin f. .ready :for., the._:jrbe October 'terra rof j, 'the elreoU. "
it .
America was.in r
,representa '
With'a"'vl '. total forms to- run w of pnventlnc'the : ,
,extinction of, the many varietiesof : tive'Kissimmee- or.Osceola county: Retdgiariti 1 :oh CoJekartea .. :.;. ..... M. f ;: $4200 ;:.Stole. will doubtless. be ready for some two"weekf .later" than '1* now. ;t.preeeribecf .

wild birds,' and gamein Floridathe'legWature J However' ,-the hometown always : : 'Was"Accepted .alJeemed Ad- Frem ,Veroaa J: Street by Thief I the needed materialby 'the, time It:' by late .legialation.. and as; ,. "Ii
has >it* .interest for*the"people' .who '
.... of' 1921 passed eon \ Waeat''a.w.DidJot Pante .' arrives; wIt a result: court .will alt 'onMonday, A
1 Current-resolution endorsing-what"-!*j hooded thr call to go elsewhere, and ; .".Meeti.Tsnday, ;,Eveaiaf ,1|I ,la .the- purpose of, the 'directory October-the ftrat..ion 'being' *
of its'progress and the
rto b. known as"the, Florida Wild!J I)t of.Itpeople news } 'i'*,welcome new'doings to..the'i ,-.The adjourned,meeting of- the city*, At ten-thirty'o'clock,, Monday night of "the plant rind of Manager* R. at ten o'clock in the momlnlr. :'
Life', Le.'Ue-t&kiDif-,'guide"the]native and former' resident 'wherev-1 rouncil.on'Tuesday*evening"*found Fred Bass parked ,his car beside the May to move the engines-and boiler* -There is'' a heavyvcriminal docket
': article of-organization'which are inl!1 he now.be located.i .- but little business in the line 'of,home of, his mother' on Verona'streetVand from :the point they tooW'-oceupy--! The r mostt accused, offender( I 1..Ioe''
f7 "use' ,in Orange county:-"and the full 'er burr.spondenrwhowever may ,faithful hearing ,. remonstrants. againsKanyincrease locked it. When he arose the and 'When, that Is dpns"th: "change fo acy'who f* under three'' charge,
minutes were orderedYspread1 1 I "cover allsthegiewaiand"rgoeIip'and -!' -, of P assessment values. The next morning. theautomobile hail) an oil-burner plan will beJna".._/The of attiring foreed checks,one chari w
'the records of the house .of reprenen-j{ seldom deal*"with'. :\more meetiQg.wat\ advertised for' that purpose disappeared. The. car was a high space vacated will. then"be, addedto.theciceproducing .' of, ;:highway :'robbery -and1'' '. -+-
? t I 'any .ft'airnd had, been used for '
: w5 .pricedi 'as' ItIn of back for forgery
tatlv* > --iJ'jF "> than family .affairs. 'ntr perf.ct'b1ediuna'J. >- 'and but one complaint was fixture'! charge two year
;
Briefly .told the intent 'and ";pur- i,j ot 'course.I Is? the I a,homtnewspaper made?:;;thatwas i"l Jetter from ''W. B.. demonstrationpurpose only..Its the intention to.inerease the capacityof -the latter havingl'been carried from .'
poses-of'the league; are to assist in whiehprLnts.alt the Crawford 'remonstrating against the ,value .was i given as $4200 and It the'' plant by at'least fifteen-tons term to term.C;Tracey, ha*.been lan- #
enforcing 'the' laws' regarding hunting of..all .the, neople. ,Some of these new i increase. i t.rrledII fire and theft insurance of a.d.y.-thereby.:: enablina',the plant'to. cutahlnl',in jail since, hi* arrest-..

", !and in formulatingsuch, legislatiod'asehall'to item,. while ,> of. 'limited interest, The resignation of James M. John-1',.3 OO inn reliable company, therep'esentative' . care for a larger- list ofrpatrons.and.; he>> failed to perfect'' ";' .,bonds 1n. the
.' ,of' which 'w.s' 'immediate
} the amount red.. -
; greatest possible'extent ; with the Ice-room of !good capacity, reqQ ,
wild bird and might': be' of /great Interest, to 9n.aw.Y' ston. as member of the .council was ly notified of the .loss.. The. ear had I demand m.deltrom The list: of 'juror has been a
preserve game. ', '" "" 'anA to answer any'sudden ,
read accepted This action ha ...
.The oath.to which each" member 'of fromjbome 1 ? "' j taken l been: sold.-tentatively and wa.'tohave any source. < ..: drawn and Depnty-aierUT ''Bob"
There is now'a nation-wide movement once before been : up. but he. been '' in the paintshop for ;.
the organization must subscribe put rOom Campbell( has secured, service-noyl. .
Is to "spread
There plenty of
promises r* 7VI-will, faithfully and on'foot, sponsored by ,the National was urged to continue in. office (I I touching: up.on Tuesday, and'a deal I out" the owned ,by the lying each .',.Jof the legal ,date toappvar.af. ; -,
..Editorial\ ..Association and .oth through the remainder of ,.hi.. two. had been made which sale on "property of "
by' a wee
',at'all times cobeY",the- -lawa.- In term this 'time-, however,.1 he I company and it.ia''planted some day ; the, courtbousa. The tist .. ;
er agencies in which The Valley GajcelteJ year ; to have been made at '
tomorrow a
*)id out of season and- will not suffer i to erect flneconerete building juror* i i. made up.a below: -
:'nor 'allowany cother-party or i itaking ..part,"'.looking to__ was lnaiatent.that, "it be,accepted :price ofL$3800-a_ figurejald- to.t.ctually |>e whleh'will a-be-a reditYoany-elty. :. .Willism AilKms, ; tL T**'' Altord; +
parties to'transgress. nor break and stimulation: of interest" ;' in the Home and"proper"action": Was' taken lie. rsuccessor ; less,than its"cost at th.-fac- This will be' ,done -as' soon as the; Homer 'Ba*.; 1.. IL, Bauknight; Clarence

violate j any of the game laws.of. .the, .'Town_ Paper. : : was 'appointed.; ,tory. .' possibilities of the plant, a* It I la being \i-A.-- Bailey 1,3.3. Bronsonj,J. ... 8Beaman
tate.That I will .t'.11 time.' **-}r .As a'preliminjiry. step:Mn"the cami -. There are several 'names being I i MrBsss; said !'I'u.ually'plaee'tb. '. rebuilt," shall be taxed to ita'ea. ; G.'W. ]lash J. ,A: Bar.
:Jstst in the prosecution 'of' .ny'person i J I pafgn4The' Gaaette' i'offering for, considered bthtrllfour members of. ;taf' m..a garage at'night, but;on pacity.; The sooner this event 'shall clay; A.Coleman; ; Ira Ferguson;,: t,
.' by reporting. and fumlshrng evidence i *ix day,from today to send a copy the council-but It--''aa net'been de IMondal' night I felt it was just, a* be' brought about the quicker ,will agreater ;t* P.i Free;.F. jl.. Gilbert' ; JC. Grit...
torour game deputies,"and the prose-|(r of-the ; paper to any"'address'which finitely decided-who be asked to parked, beside! my house. building, arisen the site of fin; E. ,,B.; Haven; ,W. A., Ilugheyr
'. Renting' attorney;. of anyone breaking any, subscriber may, bring to the office accept the'nomination.The position Even though a car i* locked it i*. not the plant -' and, the F.. H..Hart;' W. II. Jones! C- z..Lip'
''' Is unpleasant one:to fUbIL .for. ....clever ,thief to,;ov. present greater .. ... ;, _
the 'It'.me-Iawro(7-:1h..tate; : : 'Anct --this-to. be-done:ree-of-all-cost- every impossible a j wilt be-the-Batlsfa; 'of the .itoek- pineottl; F, A. -Meyersj ;T. R .Moaei
, that 1 Will .s.istat all times jn"proV I I to. the 'subscriber.This'offer .is 'to, point' of tbe'o.th of office' is to be ercome 'the: obstacle and get, away holders, Iay;..Willham Milan; E. Neimeyer;
" iii ectinl' and propagating of ourwild, IJ every ,'subscriber and'.there are 'no carried out: and there arc,few who with the .machine. .-Of( course 'there . . James W. Oliver; tiri.::'Oyertreetr ,
T" the ,! c.0..,assume' the respons4bilitie la ;not a-great amount' that' will ,belostto.'mafor : C..;.L. ,
ims1,"and bird 'life' .,fI.o: help _m. .t.rlnes.to propositi? Bringthelnames' M. H. 'PorWr -.I. C. ntieJ"; a
and with H. Mr*. T,' W; EHis,.who. ..p.n [thelatter '
ft j > M **,** andaddress to''The, Kis- : all tbat.eoes : the insurance com 'J.'" ; .1. Lo, ,;rW:
t t Jjodge T. .Li Come v of'the-county simdneetyal1e ,.Casette-and itha'pa.wil ot:1..Et. .' --f'r I ,,- .t ' parry will make good the loss-but'I portion of. .Ia.t.week. 'with "'relative Reavfesl: .E. :8L -Rollff'Noih' .Smith; ? ?
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;,\ ieou i* takingactive ,steps tn'the i ? _peedron Itsway? i *.,.!.nr'ho.hii: been::ln bate to be robbed. The agent notified at Fort' Myers, .t.urned.toKJammee Hmd: S.-B.. Story; lA E.7Tboma JBi, Gv* .
' :f. Ion' of- .:albranch. and U i "" Georgia and,;:later, in*Virginia engaged all ;points both north and. south Sunday'evening' Va.e'AgMw W,"jJ.Westerrett'v. ... .-t; .
.' 1)lg .to" 'bay..a preliminary ;'(An alarm -.1 oar:i
. : g'at-s'very'' early date That ;.afternoon ,called the ..d4nart ftrr.several; ;toonth*,' has:returned tof 4bane. in,the:world that,the' car will forh.r: .Mr'homeat.. Ellisgreatly' Mr*. -A( .....M: "...''of :Toronto;. ": .. i. "
Ai.ea, n.w11J 1>.. followed .by other,' rant on a Jufck'ItIa toSoothVefona: Kiaaraimee/ .and eXpects: to.'nake be found but no one kno..Iawhatr..r Richmond.enjoyed Virginia.barr visit, in* Florida Caaada.i ttaesreewnervaf, ,:aid.. ",'
y, 'planned, ftf other sections of the to .the1Meiaity"of-what ia*{Let onetime this*his headquarters. lie.. reports, : It-will'be' when'It.i recorer- > < propertyV at; : ;,.
.J" '_ ty, and effortii.wfll be.made; to the Bush house where a., grass. a*, do all 'who come bererfrom northern wand wet many: who'... were-;' 'plaeedfladingAof'the"siatiheoblloadit.. formationregarding the ,sale art
, perfecta> nembershlp ,wblcb will:,in- and..brnsfIlre'wsstbreatentng: some i points,?conditions that terri ". 'It I*"s. seldom' that 41-ear' la 'stolenin to again greet hef. _-.J L .,.1.. told hilt'., eek having been ,in error.-;
+ 'everyj adult and 'minor tn' the cf the borne in .that.locality But a tar t''. at not of the best.::... and has KtaaJmmee"tbat, a reporic'of..thl. Mn..tb."*' Jhas-.already'axt.ed

; ", "wh' '.ro.: any ,extent bandies few moment wen required,to .make. found the ,situation ia. Florida much aort' t* a novelty '-* ana the people. ;:: s. ..Jid.na* taken possession of tbpreirArtv :.
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CASTOR PURCHASES, PROPERTY CARS' PARKED AT TENT ADVERTISING IS BEING I operation'; appendicitis at Tampa stay: there 'six or seven //months/" :
last Thursday Her condition is improving. The >questioner is certainly up oa Wood/Yard. ,
ARE ROBBED IN ,
FREQUENTLY PLACED NEWSPAPERSThe'
Rev. 'W;; H. reICh, professor.of all late modeJs-even though he has _.
'Philosophy at; Rollins college }bas .There are some thievea; in KUslm- annual report for the fiscal William Tinkle'' has arrived to reached the tour-seore y.ar-mark-:. DRY PINE '
;nr taught; fifteen acres of land lying: on mee who are no respecter of faithsor : y..r' ending August181 as submitted spend the winter with his grandparents for lie adds a postscript reading AND OAK
\.'_ the west 'kid of Lake Virginia, and following, and there has been I by. Business Manager C.) E. Stewart on Florida avenue. 'Here's to the low-neck: dress and: H. P.,
T "'.,;: .,' has bun .cleaning and jroproirtn* found need of. close official watch I Jr., to the boardof directors of the ,An' 'old-fashioned hard-times party the short skirts:, may they never SUHL
;ready to build a horn for his family. among the cars that are parked each 1 Florida Citrus Exchange, showed the I. to be held Friday. evening' at the neet!" 619 Mabbette, ,$ treet. :Phone
"'A "There is a fine view of Rollins college evening ,in the -vicinity of the' union I year to have been the biggest In' the Job boathouse.. Full details regarding Kissimme /t4tx'GARDEN 232
and Winter Park from this tent meetings. Reports are mad of: history of the co-operative organization Mr. and Mrs. William Phipps of have been mailed the.New Yorker. :
point and it will make one of the attractive articles being stolen from the cars- in point of number.of boxes of Saint Cloud and Mr. and Mrs Joe -,
homes on the lake shore. We articles that have been purchased a fruit handled number' of local -associations Phipps and Mrs. Helen Perdew of -- -----:'"

cOrlgr.tulateMr. Dresch upon this few moments Irio.--nd! in one Instance affili.ting.( number of individual Kiasimmee, ,,autoed to Thonotosassaon
''Ih selection.-rtt-lttnHrft__. Reporter_Star. taken in I Sunday lastwhere they were
:: ---- :-- a searcnlieht: was : ] members and the number of
this latter case, however the article i northern markets in 'which .the fruit guests of Mr., and Mrs. 0.'C. Knight.
was' returned to the car -,possibly was sold. .
TRANSFER: AND BAGGAGE(, for fear -of detection later I ..Theexchange handled 32 1-4 per- MORNING.. MATINEES ARE HOSE
Scores .of c.rs..re parked In the cent of the crop of the state; and PLANNED FOR I CHILDRENThe ]
General vicinity of the tent-and no.thought figures showed the organization to
'. Hauling Is held that cars or the contents will be growing considerably; faster than latest announcement from
v> be molested. Up to this time no the increase of the, state's ,citrus Manager Eade.-- of the Casino is
"r cars 'have been lten-but it would crop. ,.., that during the winter months the
HANDLING HOUSEHOLD be an excellent Idea to have>ach au In its effort constantly to widen Carino will I run special morning
GOODSA tomobile' I locked during the' parking the distribution Of its fruit, sixty- matinee, for the young folks. Special ; ; Fhe-ply Moulded Hose. Will not kink, crack-or.split. :Double, fabric,
period. It is also suggested that the four' new northern markets ..were'op pictures will be offered along
SPECIALTY contents of the cars be- Uken.'out- ened and carload sales effected. j lines that are most suitable for the being woven on the tube and cover, applied t Before( vulcaaiaatv which
because it I. 'limply"'an" impossible Eleven young folk and plans are also being
new exchange packing housesare '
feat for"thepolice to watch each car now under construction in various i made for. the entertainment of the is done under! tremendous pressure, making one moeth.. 'ul form

C C McCoskey & Company I during the several hours it may. re- south Florida localities and the kiddies. '
construction.
main there. I '' :
volume of fruit -which the exchangewill Large theatres all over'the country 'to
22 PHONES;> 2677ii'iEsiaii" !BOO'STIN'G handle during the coming season 'adopting this scheme of bringing
DENTISTRY exclusive of the additional tonnage I the movies nearer to the children and
.. IS I BOARD OF HEALTH of the Standard Growers' Exchange the home and with the careful selection '
'il is estimated at a very large of productions shown at MAKE IT RAIN
: A study of over five hundred men increase over the last season. ,, Whento I these matinees the! screen should do .
and women arrested on the streets this is added the large holdings a lot toward advancing the ldeal'and .
K*. of the largest cities in West Virginia : which the co-operative organizationwill ambitions of the children. No "
f* : in the twelve months ending: July sell for the account of tha .useless picture with wild west plot with a 50-foot( length of this ho'.e. Your lawn| and,nower need not "
.. 1, 1921 disclosed the fact that not Standard Is anticipated the exchange ,will beshown and no sex melodramas -
a single one of them had clean total for -next aea.on'w11l' be that are harmful at times! but suffer from the lack of( rain.
: mouths. Most of"Them had badly imposing.It j every pleture'shown; at these matinees ,
c'r I If li decayed teeth. The majority of them was estimated that increased will be light and pleasant,
f 'r' : had defective vision. At least 60 freight charges last season cost the chosen rather to appal to children B. MAKINSON fi;
))11i' percent of them were suffering from exchange growers alone some $2- than the grown folks--and also selected W.
j nervous ailments. Practically all .of 400,000 above the normal transpor with the idea of bettering the
: \them were dyspeptic and a large tation costs. The cost of the exchange -moral attitude of the child.
: Sold, Exchanged, and taxes but Indefinite number seemed to be of fighting for reduced j Parents need not fear this plan COMPANY
paid. Attention to tubercular.' freight rates,. together with the successful which has flourished especially In .
given assessment .
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- resistance it lead against the Atlanta, and Kissimmee will soon I WE "SERVEURIGHT"X4468'604'64.4
; and valuation. We : + proposed diversion restrictions and find that special young folks matintes > ,

I for retention of the bulge pack .was will be something to look for- 00 O OO..... ...... ...O. ..... .
will, look after and rent your considerable. However, the traffic ward to with interest. Future an- +oH 0 OOOtH 0 O
t. department of the exchange during nouncements will be made as to when .
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. J property for you.WILLSON the.: year collected in excess of $180- these will be started after which they
a ., 000 in claims against carriers. The will become a weekly event. ?

\ k & ,.. on reduction grapefruit of recently cents secured per from'box I EIGHTY. YEARS _

northwestern lines to Montana, Ore- BUT IS FULL OF PEP ;
gon and Washington points, it is I. One Cent
.. hoped. is only the beginning of a reAdjustment a resident of Cooperstown. [ SaIeJ
i of freights to lower levels New York, to the secretary of the
for which the entire exchange Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce:
AULTMAN organization has been bending every 1 "It is my intention to visit Florldu
I. effort. ,the coming winter as is my cus ATGoodman'S
Exchange advertising the last year tom. I shall be eighty years old,
. N ; ; KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA was reported as the most ambitious''*,not young,' next month. I want a
t i effort in its history the larger volume room only-one room, and warm at
;"; ..oe ..O..o.OOo.'O'O'O."OU of shipments and consequent that. Can you tell! me where I can ,
Grocery
BULL ,get a and what tt willcost
larger funds, making:' it possible. -warm room
The results were gratifying, and met ?_, If conditions suit, me I shall
.New Fish Market. ,1 with the hearty approval of northern I -
,. sales representatives.! As previously -
.... DURHAMtobacco l the Bulk of- the'money was spentin
northern newspapers, some "maga! FURNITUREFOR SATURDAY
# FRESH and SALT WATER FISH zine space and color pages being -
OYSTERS makes 50 used. It was pointed out that the
SHRIMP CRABS I
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flood!! cigarettes for quite different' from that of its sister A.
Supplies received daily and onlythe organization on the Pacific coast, SALESEVERAL f
r IOc and therefore must be handled dif
:. best stock will -be handled.
ferently. The latter is able to dispose ,All Day Saturday October 1, We Shall Make a ,
We want of its product to some extentin L
you to have the BIG BARGAINS '
FISH DRESSED AND. DELIVERED I Special Introductory Offer
r ) beat paper for "BULL. every state except Florida while
v t +' ' '- AT YOUR HOME Se now you can receive I the limitations upon the Florida organization - ', 11 1-


'' ;'Moderate- prices-in every case. of with 24 each leaves finest package pi fllJthe book+- I I found territory best .confine ta'Wtv.the. jTherefore.it to bulk a it much ot:has the smaller been exchange -- One One Gentlemen"i Mission Diningroom Chiforobe.Suite. :: 1 Pound of the Celebrated Votan Coffee at 45c } ; .

vary cigarettepaper advertising in 'places and at
MARKET
v QUALITY In the world. 1 times when its fruit is available for One Edison. Grtphophone. : and each purchaser of one pound will have the privilege ,of 'buying 4r
consumption. This the '
means
t+< F. R.. PEER use of newspapers by the Flora Twenty-four Records. : at the same time one splendid Aluminum Coffee Maker, the selling-
P 14 Broadway Phone} 19 7sJ"**" ;.'?.**J! ' ;'. A or magazines the circulation of One Lady's Writing' Desk. : J price of which is_al a$2.50._ for 97c; that is theJ buyer.can. secure:
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t ; most of which largely would .bewaste 'Mrs.'J.\ J. McCratiie .. one of .these fine necessities, always i insuring fine coffee, together.with '

ras'4:' a" .'.'. .. ...... ...... .u ......."..... .. ....' no Florida, as" falling fruit is in sold.sections. where' At Park' Hotel :. a POUND OF THE CELEBRATED VOTAN COFFEE for little more

Sixty thousand 'northern housewives ,
i a. ,C' wrote to the Tampa office last .. than half the Value'of.(. the Coffee Maker alone. .

y year for ,a copy of the recipe book )...., ... ...... . ..., ..
;:r ]JuUtsROOFS which the exchange mentions in- its .
d advertising, and which tells how to '

1 1is buyers use oranges should and ask grapefruit for the Sealdsweet and why VUlCANIZING j The 1 Cent Sale From 5 to 6in


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; .#AP., .,::1 ACKNOWLEDGED" FACT, .. the afternoon
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: Advertising is of no more importance During this one hoar .Votan Coffee will be sold at the regular priceof
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'". to a merchint'.than gasuliue is -
,i( T to an automobile i "* TIRES AND TO REPAIRED .: 45c and each buyer will be given one extra pound for: one cent

.t New England, ;pelf4uppoapting< .in RE-TREADING additional. Here is the'opportunity to secure'a bargain' that, -.&..

'. lumber 20 years ago now has to Import occur.
, .r K; one-third of the amount used

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NOTES FROM ST;;CLOUDT. kMEMBER'ri1S: WILL BE ATGOODMAN'S .

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; A. Meeker made a business tripto GROCERY
Jacksonville this week.
''''. W. Smith is, painting the interiorof L E. ALFORD Next Door t. Chamber ef Couerce KISSIMHEE
the Pifer house getting ready j
"" For the winter trade. tar BBOADWAY .

Mrs. Charlotte Clark, of Orlando, ',
1a r" -'-- ...'. visitor to Saint loud,onTuesday. + -

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Mrs. Sarah Norris has returned
Good Old Paroid from her visit to Vineland New Jer
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r \. ,. i I. sey.Mrs.. Lou Hendrix returned'-on
Saturday from an extended visit
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: . "GOOD'OLP PAROID"that's with friends in Wisconsin.D. flHABITSDBA
; ,% K. Hall who has been for the
a k whatthey. call the best Bummer with relatives In, Michigan
/ returned to Saint Cloud on Satur
all round roll made. .
,; ': ,roofing ever day.Dr.. .F. O. Foster and daughter

.1,"A :y I for more than 20 yea. Bir '. Patois has urday.Mary arrived_ from Kokomo on Sat-' This is the Reconstruction. Period. : '

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) '7 Work has been started on the Co .
4' : solved roofs for and
tbe.-ptOb1em'
new' ble garage on Massachusetts avenue. ..,.,.....>.",.--,,
." < Jsd buildings. It wears, wean,,. wean. tjllias Mrs Samuel" Brammar and son. "Y -
Charles have returned from their Get in the -
r,. made good on.farm building, depots summer visit to points in Pennsylva Habit of Saving. :'.)\ : 'a '
", .{ summer visit to points in' Pennsylvania : t:
FMS ; manufactories. It's the:ideal,dependablefooting. :. ,' 7' tb t\
a acts and New Jersey' .... ,,' 't.#. ;., .... *
:' ' ; "' Mrs. May P. Foster will preach'in .. ., "
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Do it Y'
1: the Baptist church Sunday evenlitg. regularly until it becomes a fixed habit . :. ,
,: Mrs. George< Barber her. father "
.' f-ome.iiundletuate1lyou why it's NOW Amos Worrili and Mr. your
Hotter arc among those attending .
; (L good buy and why we back Buds RoofstothV the national encampment at Indianapolis.

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ja 1 ,r f' I. : l and .Mrs. Evans who
+ a.;; ; >" tDrt.WYe11rM! )Est W.MekTtW: have been guests of, the Buckmast-

.,t' /: ers, have:returned. to-their .home In Merchants & Farmers ; Bank
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., : Mrs: ,Nellie Farri.; Mrs. R. G. '" J', .
t 4 > ,. Reynolds,';and I.It.. .. Goldie Firkins "". .. ,..
: jw antoed to'.Orlando or. ) "
on Wednesday '

J : .' B. .Makinsoh 1 :Company) : James purposes.Sage- ''chauffeur-for? ",shopping.1 of, lissil11ln ,,.
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.: ''L. .hOp Eleventh street....' -
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\?hon.7123: "KJSSIMMEE\ 3CS'Broadmay' : : Mitchell. )..> K.I.U Sampson place. baa corner purchasedtb..ri .Columbus .' ,$25,000. '- ,. '-. - SU. f PLUS:''.$2,5OO, .

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P. T A p'/ivj. TtiE THOUGHT 'TANK f building according- to a" 'news Mew ircilivnsu lliUBiclrlLfl OUVII I CellMiOS '
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report, a communitykitchen Market
for .the. ,' benefit of the nin -- Manhattan: Fish

",: By .THORN can ,tourists'' and "taking other stepsto AUJITf A.. SMITH ,
:: encourage them to stop in that ,
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Next DMT.t. Maakattu Hotel
... fine progressive little city.' 1
;l h Some People. Don't Know It' Sort Of Ambiguous .that is the right course, It.It. '
f,/ '" : There is a heap of difference ,between The Bartow Record .tells 01.a manWho sowing seed ';which will yiqld:! a PotJtry Specialist Here IS MOW OPEN WITH A FULL LINE OF
;; 1(a a, court;: house .and a ,court- "killed a, rattler.? Does that bountiful harvest in duo time; This 4
ii'- JIlt i Jiouse.-. mean he ran into snitch. ,.Ford T season Is'going to be a poor time for, Miss 'Mlnni..ii 1d. poultry' expert: Freshwater and Saltwater Fish j
*' ' skinning northern visitors. The pecuniary from Tallahassee,'' spent. Saturday
-iEt; .Some Soft Of Kin Becoming Very.EBthuslaatie sense of the north is quite and Monday, in Kissimmee. During
r., In the same column of',, th. :fsam The 'Clearwater Sun says r'"Planta : '' different from wlAt: it.was this time her stay here there were demonstrations ' ",
car,' (Issue of the Clearwater .Sun' men.; backyard." Wonder what he-thinks last. year. and the, diameter and circumference -''' of poultry culling carried on SALTWATER FRESHWATER

tions-Mrs. Isabelle Thursbay" and.,would come.up--backstairs.. or a garbage of the almighty dollar,''at'the farms of Mrs. Ira Wetherbee ' .
Snapper Steaks pound 3Sc Trout
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t';, "Mrs. Isabelle Thursby. Mighty cant has greatly increased, says the Lakeland ' Jr., Mrs. Lelia Haynes; and Mrs.Roy per per pound *._ __-_I5c <
.' likely) guess. that the 'two are listers. ,, .I .. Telegram. , Reaves-each 'of which were attended Sand. Perch per pound_._lSc; Perch per" pound __.__.._15! ', ,' ,

*; *, StcqnI'RI..ht( ( To It. Florida will have its visitors i'' as by..a large congregation women .' 'Mullet per pound ?____-_ISC .Catfish per: pound. _.:.___.15e ..' .'
IVft, "Solne Are That Way The Marianna-:Times-Courier ...a usual probably as many of.them as ;who were ntuch interested in the Sheephead 'per pound ___ 15c Brim '
; pound ...__. .15*
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In Chlpley the name'of the.barber- formed a consolidation in 1885-and last year; but unless we' are greatly work. More complete details re-
',1.think still the : I All bottom? fish; per pound.lSef .Oysters ,sad Shrimp ia teaso
shop has been changed to they are using same mistaken they, are going to demanda garding.the culling of flocks, will be .
I It is barely possible the new owners I old type; make-up and press with full dollar's worth for- every hun- fold in ::a ,later issue., .
,, meant toll have it :""Hack .Me r-' but which commencement' ,, was.mad. dred cents,they spend "In our midst." ,
,.. compositor 'might, have been a ". "., 1 They have a perfect right to do that;I .Malnutrition Expert Here' :All fob dressed ieadylfor'tbe ,.... CaD at "

a'' ' y. Hengllahman, doncherno. He'll Simply Brew.,Trouble. and the habit of doing it 'will make: : L. whose : by'phone and,, we 'will look after: your',waats' .
j'.Mis.s'S. Bozeman
? ',...... ,1 know;,a manin KissimmeoWho' them all the better citizens' when headQuarters .
--Wish I Had It, 7c 10 .Is eating a cake of yeast every day. they finally. make up-their,..minds as : are in Tallahassee has beenin : '

c''y \. Last Friday evening I lost a little He also drinks'a. lot of water, each many of them. will--; .cast their lot Kissimmee. this week endeavoring. '. MANHATTAN FISH COMPANY
c' leather case' In which is carried a day I'm'' .planning-,, give .him a permanently among us. Cities like to interest,teachers, and parents and
pressue guage' for tires. !I was per., half pound'of fine raisins. ,You know KJssimmeo that start In. 'with the all having the care of children of : .
1.teetlYlober.but' its from ThatVall. I thank you..' < determination "make1'' them feel at .the., stringent1 need, of looking more, Daiin, An..., ''We J. LANCASTER p..n
'. drop be. home will that much carefully.after their many and various : .
get Just
t, cfhy I profit "
p ,; ; Seems'"''A' : : allmenu-treasln& thee point of ... 00 OU. ..!.. ... . .. j
:t tween the Clay 4' Thomas garage <<: Funny Condition ._ out of them In the long run as cities j OO.
!" and mypnlatial residence on Brack ,In. Dade City one i Ira Soar.,is opening which abolish their, free, auto camps malnutrition.; The task taken up, by .
-, .. street., Will the'finder tell me. about a new nursery and is going to : and start In to levy all the trafic,will the i government along this line is '
a,, _. it? J;.really need.it. make I. specialty of ferns and grapes bear/, "',one of tremendous magnitude, as explained . '
Jk; The Banner gives him a great send- Lakeland 'Ia a f vorlte'with tourists by Miss'' .Bozeman/ -1w, is +
f'f ? Not'Fool-Proe(, off-but --what gets m.'is 'what'mad. because it has always treated them '.thoroughly posted on the various sub :

;, 4 1iI'I.There should be penetentlaryf;'sen- Ira :oref, right. Few complaints of profiteering -,constant jects which are touched.upon by th-. GIVEN AWAY 1 ni
i( "".'fence given 'to every automobile ' V-; * v'MebbySo. have been made here and the study" of the countless pa.'tients
-, manufacture who turns out- a',e.r In Titusville same people come back year after, and the progress- being made. '" ,
would make :'mor. than, The Titusville Star Advocate assured 'of ; Miss Bozeman explains that the!
that twenty- year a hearty _welcomeand
1\\ five miles an hour. Under the pres. (without the Lyphen. IF you please) a pleasant! season. That' is the ..characteristics-of- they child' suffering > for two thounnd'd lI r:, a fine home in good'I location;, 'House contains .

: It" ent, system the light-headed run the talks about a puppy dot:.' And correct-,method: and the'right spirit. from dark malnutrition are, among others > seven rooms, modern, aDd ia :an attractive spot Small.cash i
I$ car at forty miles.-the idiotic, at fifty j. that sets me wondering if they, rfial- It will be' good business, as well as rings under-the eyes, pro- like'rent. "BEST VALUE. THE CITY.
'i ,, mile's-and the damphules, 'six- ly do have *"puppyJats" in that east; sound ,humanity, to keep them both shoblder-blades, distendedstoma > pa'ment-batan comes .
'. ty plus and then some. I thank you. coast city in operation next winter.: flabby muscles, hollowchest .,
f>' tl A\\\ and under-welght. The percentages .
v That Girl- And Tiger Scrape _. Isn't It The Limit i NEARLY. ONE ,TON RICE of children thus' afflicted is To Hesitate. Means' That 'You ffill If Be,;Too i 'l late
"t Fair Lake'Tohopekaliga Miss Rubye Spell of Titusville, la PRODUCED) BY ONE MAN large-and the cases': are not confin-
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Recalls the' girl of the Niger how linotype operator, on the New to the poorer classes. The wealthy
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t" t,. You remember her treed: Smyrna News. One thing is sure.i On :Monday of last week Clay F:' STre as apt to have children with J' .,...
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: r .- To make auto speed T I about her as a good compositor'- Partin. one of Klssimmee's prosper these home conditions symptoms as those whose For' quick action .and legitimate_ -deals it will pay, you. '..to. ,see'' meD.WBOYTE i%''
her first ous farmers drove all to are poorer and lack < -
; //I: On the animal's back certainly gives name a "
,'x. ,, She took In the slack I mighty funny SpelL. I thank you. I II. Fort ,Meade with 1800 pounds of ing in many things. '
y W,' And hit the pace i >. .. I rice which he had threshed in the The system adopted for the erad .
up I. h
''.. Yet lost in the race:- I I, This .In' Lakeland Reid rice mill here. Now this is a ication of this' and kindred complaints ,
boost for Meade in that she has is simple once it Is com- : '
For alas and alack! Ir I I A man in Lakeland named Damper Fort .ia' the ,
Office Plieat 218Rose's
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\ When she came rushing back is advertising that he has lost a the faculties for threshing' the menced; but it requires great. care Graysto-e ;
She was riding inside the tlgerl sixteen-Jewelled watch. I'd say that grain but where is' the man.in. this by those in charge. It is the hope of : I
c ".a. any man-who would lose a watch 'of neck of the woods, that has; can, or Miss Bozeman that alj teachers in .
't : Now Let's Start Eves that description unless the cards will raise 1800 pounds of rice in one the county will evince 'an interest in
: the work-to the end that better and . .
Says the Melbourne' Times went wrong-was damsomethingor- season T :Mr.'Partin went back.well -- - -- '-- '- ''' -
J {,: .' if "Tarpon are' running." Other wouldn't you? pleased with his rice as ground and more healthy children may result.I ......... ....... ..o..o.o .. o.o........ ... .

,i is: ; ( Blessme, how things are # cleaned by Mr; Smith; who is in :
1,, improving. It has really Doubling The Trouble charge of the mill here.-Fort Meade I: There may still be found at "the :
office of Tho
:"''\ been but a little while since The. Winter Haven Chief is note Leader. ] . : bundles of old Gazette papers for a which few there more : Taxi' Service}

they-were-swlmming.- makingtwiceaweek'-issTe.theTe -AMEN-TO THIS.POINTER : i Iii I usually such a demand. Theseare '
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<. doubtless short - ,
ti be but
a by making it possible'for 01' Man
V'f time before the Times will r ( neatly tied.uihady-tor-deUvery; . ,.. -- .,.
Lee to make,.a statementand cbew Our good friend "Thorn, editor of I(The supply is limited and those in -
; t'f say': "Tarpon are ...IrplanIngl' it back within the week. His
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I. same The Kissimmee Gazette' commentson need are advised to call early for \\'here-Anytime ,
">' ', Uhhuh.Thorn, In last issue had the following: the painful revelations made by them. 20-tfx : > : '
: Kissimmee Valley Gazette. There is one thing certain auditor's-report. of the' condi-I I --- '
t W Being as how we are no s ;/Sebring can't -take her boan the municipality-: Punta :II I I. iSjflooni in larger-towns of Mexicoare : Daft:: Night .
.*- or
;- ' purist we still maintain that' hot wells- to ''either of the' 3orda and notes that "every city to be closed from noon Saturday _
rthlt. tarpon are now running, state faire.-Thorn in Kist ''needs careful head. That's the
a until 9 o/'clock Sunday morning 1 1I
even though they may be simmee Valley Gazette. point exactly; everycity does need i :I With or Without Driver Phone 264 Part Hotel
: 'jI( swimming in the ocean; and Don't be too sure about a careful head a sort of centraliza- I 1 I I The cost of the British tinny of'' < ,

t':: they are jumping, too. so t'at brother. Ma Ruhl's so Jon so that the praise or the blame occupation on the Rhine was _..---'-":'_-- ..-.. ..--- .- .'
II-III; that they be seen from blamed excited that 8.600'-1, ,
1 may about as the case maybe, can be placedwhere pounds 'sterling a year M I
the beach. And if. Thorn well she is liable to pull the it belongs. That head", ,
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\ ;;': will-'oome\\ over, here.we will hole up, and-take it to Jack ought to be a city manager.-Lake- .
;:r show him how to get a run sonville'and'Tampawith'' her. and Telegram. '" 4 ... 11'. '" t.. ."' "'rJII-r flI, s. rem"

'if for his time and money. He' No telling what Ma will do Precisely what The Gazette has "
I S (: .(\f will see too, that there are except when chicken potpieis long urged. Any business; to be "
'0;;: j some difference between a under discussion/and then successful, must have one director' Another
.' run of.tarpon and a run of It's a sure bet she don' upon whom may, fair the blame for -
cod or herring. Now run AU of 'whlch is an insinuation that lie or the praise for When
...alongbrother! .and.,sell J your. Ma Ruhl is planning to parboil her the: right director is ,round progress.he is re- ,
.... p.pers. . .. potpie chix in'those wells before she tamed; if he prove.'W..k..ur. ' .. . ,. ..- '. "
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rested only thing, in which >I'm'in'ter- yanks :'em and boxes 'em .for ship replace him. Bar.-"all' politics wipe ;, : : ','
.. in at thia''' moment' is that ment. ",. 'r s out silly selfishness let the Golden : : '; ',
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r", S.' turned. "purist" thing-th'..Arat." halt ,'j ,----" ' Rule 'predominate, and look for' business GrOa;: 't" Price S. .'m' :as n' '.,10\
of which the Melbourne newspaper- 666 cores Malaria dulls aid. of the most businesslike sort. \ ,

-i, ; ..ittian aint. I don't care the value of Fever Bilious Fever Colds. ...d La- In that way any enterprise any : : - ', '
the first string on an ,,unused ukulele .. town, any city,,.will prove success. '
' whether.'th. tarpon are running or Grippe, or .. ,. refmndc .. . ; ,
loping or sprinting or hieing or 'TOE RICE-GROWEU ; 'AN :ACKNOWLEDGED 'p cf' \!Thousands orders: production increased 60*"...i A. dc1 yry'' \

? pacing hastening or or acuttting scudding.or*or galloping racing or or Advertising,is of no more importance ."Busy day and .night!,;.Give_ us tnore"::coTaVf"-.FeeiyWirynpaerland.b'''

crawling or speeding or. tumbling or Growers who have rice to be clean to''a merchant than ,gasoline Is Je : "teaPeople's
.. ler. story. "Extraordinary values I.1! How do you do it! The
4. limping or sauntering br meander-, ed and made suitable! :for home consumption to an automobile. .. !

ing. Nosslr. Whatever they're doing - -or for thfe/ market-.may ATTACKING HANDSOME MEN story. Order today if you Want early delivery. "
is all done at Bartow
right with. m.-so long as have the work ;
,.'" ., J. they like to do it. Yassum. "Pur- which seems'to be the most conven- ___ TO BE, SEEN IN LAKELAND_ ... '
... .%>* wonder didn't-that critter Tent :point:for Osceoia growers.. Arrangements : ""'- -. The low cost car of'Americal More than'25 miles per gallon ,'of gasp ne. Leaf life, low up eep., *
'. 4 tourist In be made with the ,, t Jealousy ,Casts Shadow
ea'n TT
; eyether case the may
J <, .m.n'-,; right 'Jn stfyingthat it-was ,county 'agent Leo H. Wilson by The west coast Florida press bunch Astonishing tire mileage. Bright lasting finish I Curtain open with doors." A wonderful family,,in-; '

something of which he didn't have j, which the rice may be taken to the will conduct.a beauty show at the vestment! t* . '' ,k
W. none of, don't? you know.: I than J mill and returned at a. very modest next meeting: Only thole""in the class 2
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i. ''yon.- '_' M figure. with,, __ Thorn...._Triplett_... __ "Old Man"Arihra __ ., .
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jjcti, ._.ruweu .una.,Rpbs.\ AuyiL- y---- "
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the winner!-Tampa Tribune., I '- -"""': ----''''- '--- -, .. rJ-W/.rf* ' : A r. -
w ' Chronic, Disease .SpecialistDuring 'f"t'}';, ,:.. :,:: : ,: : ';:*?J *;f f A" ,
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HIsti' AMI More : I.\\:' :
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}; 'S twelve"yetrs :continuous practice "LtVislown. Illinois. .; ; charming" move Hoosier that bride: Mort be the Milford's judge' .""'I\:'!<'.'',< \, -----New:. . Price$698F. ; 3
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we treated more than' sis hundred cases of appendicitis without the < > '
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In the beauty contest -at the'press
.: kissimmee
:', loss'of life nd HAD BUT SEVEN OPERATIONS. I I .< .:.. ,O.. B.
a .ingl -* meet In .Lakeland. .If old Trip and. 1',:" ', ' ..
(, f.?_ u : Among'oup special work are'Stomach, Kidney, and Liver Diit' -- ; | Thorn and Rube and Pa Lee don't :' )/ ";'" . RedactMM.IIOO I. 9400 \
-' ease. Prostatic.and' Bladder=Liifases--of'" all kinds=saecwsWly put..forth.thebeaYd'orlsthenthey.. r'''>- ""- . ---.-. - .. -
treated.; No.medicine instrument vial Lady::''Attendant. ; never will again.*- Leesburg Com-. '' ? r' TewugJT. e, .b. KssIsaMeeTwas. !j 7W;.____jew $..:as- _
or '
t : Readetee'.1-;.. Kissbuee 79S _____ MS J' 'L, #
: I m.iclal.Shank : ,: ,wa f ,_-; aew, |.. : : "k

/, J. A.::Ray ? :. ,- Coupe____,__ f. e, .. Klssiawee. was- 1175,; ____..MW f75 r-: .'

;'". '... .. 215' Breaeway,. KlssiamseS ., -,. ;-. ed The their editors press of association South Florida over turn to " }, ,- ,...... Sedaa...-__.f. e. b. Kbriatsa**, was, 1425, _.___.,... 1025A -
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," the women and 'now the women are "

L. .JilL.. .. -' turning the meeting into beauty.con
: sjr I test with such: stars as:'Triplett, : :
,;;, . '1'1M>md7ke. Rube Allyn. and Old Man # .: "Willys.&nit! t . r..
'; .-- Lee as contestants. And. a bunch of :
; "" Lakeland chickens are. '''to. be' the .... 1
,; : : r'o. ; 'r-- -Mi-r"' -1".s-". J' r j \." } -
< ,:! : ". Judges I-Wauchula., _::Advocate.-. . '" :v> S lae: her' voice; is iso well known in
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1'1-<<., 1 "Joint" 'Is Right h'S : | uniTampa,.where she reside, that next cARSON'FARMER
;;::: : ;: '. ;" she has been engaged to assistlday.'lnjthe ,
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As have when -
might" been .feared
\ J.Y' A'I'L'E''.- -.'JIo.8"8"@t ) ( -4 the- South Florida:Press-AsBoclatiott- .,1 .' : opening of the Stratton Hotel ..
L / ; ; , ""' -: ..: '* 'AGENTwill '
.. :, left,its .ff.lr..1.. the hands of four c fiaysit Tarpon Springs : from: which it .-. ., ,y"t
1 jr iI" women at 'theannual meeting ,, fine car: of fine material. ...6Juch se 'mliy-be Inferred that the "Mother'sSong" .
will
.. . ; -- >which she render-'this _
In
-' June Lakeland' the 'women h.ve'arnnced '
"'" ..> ''ff'I ,. IIDproy..witJa..1! FreedolD..dke 'evening r4ulbs well worth the heari : Ie
!I for The
a "be.utr'eGntBllt.
be where the Stout Lumber'Casino.
YLr :' and to the
; / ? ing should attract many
fall is 'to be held in Lakeland _
meeting Each evening ..hasproven.a.drawingcard"and Company.once-held forth-4n thei :.!-'
Friday ,
-.::, I October 14 and 15, and tentative an- "
.. i einity of the Woodtex: Brick plant.
.,t .. . ';lO'J": there'll ;
..... nouncement of the Miss'Gall .
ft f\f ,.. O Q program.by rm* ,ToariarRoidster_ i is ncr reaonwhJrV; with. _this! _added .at-. The. firm/willrun" ... ander.... ._the. name of _
;r. '" _'.,".._' ....', ,A . Binkley, of the"Bartow Record T1..Y 4.i.* it> It.- t m u .......-- Vi i M p"it"ii. .,
r '- .' I president,' .includes: the 'statement'that I 1.t-;;!! :_ :E... 1'J'lw2095, ; : ri: ;;-a ewi :166Dr;;: -

'k : ; 8,000::Miles! 'Aojeistiueataonfabria'i t}) i ir joint a,debate feature byr of teams the affair composed will ..-.of'..,r' '; ::" : :.: C llp -:...,_.:_J....... b. 'Kissuu-ee ,.-.was 2750, ;.;..'_i.,.ow; 2395 "*'' tr t.i..s t.

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f : .' "Jackson Triplett, "of: the r.- %.% Seda..e.f; ; ::i. b.. Kiwiausse, was_ _- .c"'S"r1 '<(, '
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r ,; ::1 ; i2,000. Miles' jWjf tot :on .C Conls Lake Wales Highlander\"'and !"Thorn" ':-._\_, 11,,' ,"': .. < i ... .(-
I . . .( of: The Kissimmee 'Valley Gazette, ''" ... 1 .
.f: f... '. v.. Rube;:.Allyn:; of the Florida! Fisherman .'!; :<.:I. .: <;. ,. .,. .. -. . ,.. .. .I. ,. ,. .,,, .
Man". Lee of the', :
d tQ' .4.jt. : Winter Haven Considering
AdjustinentsMade'Here'
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S t 7' . '. can, unfurl when they ris.'-to their . full. height. this could be nothing\else I.!!"f

Y r '*. debate,'no matter how ,,' . OVERLAND AND COLUMBIA \9" i
GLAY&lH .MAS much the term 'may* usually be 'de-- 'f'ift:; j' '

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R 'THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY'.GAZETTE, PRDAY-SEPTEMBER, 30, 1921 -

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7 g ------ :EXTRASESSIONS Barrymore r In "Dr. Jckycl and M*;I, CHAMBER,-COMMERCE ,DUES \
:ARE EXPENSIVE
k'' VALLEY GAZETTE \ : and a *
the JMvoll
'KISfflMMEE Hyde" at. a year I NOW DECLARED PAYABLE
ThisIs .
with' an attendance of '0.842.; --
NOTWITHSTANDING airs fact that the Florida Dairy Association, aft the- first time that a picture masJ I There will *e ''a regular meetlnr"t"
'.blia...... Every FridayBy . , r-the-memben meeting in Miami )had been brought to realize the vast advantage ever bwked in both the Rialto ,and 'of the Kissimmee Chamber ,of Com"", ,
.. Kissunssee Valley., Gazette Company, KUa .. ..*., Florida of, :a lickless state and a state where the cattle 'were kept within Rivoll. at the same time. mere this evening at the regular' ",
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t W.. B. ,Harris. P .deat' :y''' "5. C. 'Van* Agnew, Secretary" fenced pastures, petitioned Governor Cary A. Hardee to call an extra session Douglas' Fairbanks and Mary hour and it is moat- essential that
'; --w. L. Thorndyjte Editor.. HekfordT\ announced definitely that every member of the organization
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; of the;:'.legislature; there need be'no fear that any'considerable of the they would never return to. the'I hall bs present., .
f states money will be squandered. along such lines. It is a good thing tq speaking stage when' they refuse I|| The booklets have been received
l place Miami once more in ihe-; limelight-but it must be remembered that an offer to star at the opening of from the printers, and there is need V
P' One CoPY Six Months:;;......._.__..__.._..............___.:_.._...._._.._ 1.00 the matter was threshed out once in the legislature and the 'members of that the new Earl Carroll theatre at $5,"'''of cash to make settlement; cone-'.w.
One. Copy, Three Months.....:_........:-..__._______'..._..._.._..._ body decided that ticky cattle rather be chosen than profitable 000 each per.week;' !f'quently those who are still In arrears ,
were to '
ft y;;*! ; I for does will be .asked at this
: (>Jant.r.d at the Po tofllc. at Kl..lmm.....Florida. as .ooond-...a.. matt beevesand there isno. need of wasting a large sum of Money in having ELECTRIC CAFE NEEDS to settle all balances. time
. I that decision emphasized' t ADVERTISING LAMP J. D.> WOODBECK, Secretary "
b..lBned -NEW
All communications ozovpt from our authorised oorre poo by the writer. I If the stock-growers desire to have tick ,eradication there is no call for ." l
e w : mjected mmtter wlll not ba r.turned unle.. lied work RETURNED ,TO ASYLUM
laws regarding the project. All that need be done is to eradicate while the Possibly the brakes failed to .
f fonlea Ad .rtl.ln R.rn..nt.N.N I eradicating is good. If the stockmen wish t to fence their lands there is"no ...or the driver of the car 'might have .* FOR INSANE PATIENT "

.,+ THE T AMERICAN PRE53 ASSOCIATION- J need t of ''calling together the members pf the legislature at a great expense ntiajudgttd have the been distance( the-cause but whatever It remains Raymond Niswomger, _on. Mi.:
--- to pats a law to, the effect that ,pastures must be fenced. Such assertion! may a fact that about seven o'clef and Mrs. J. F. Niswonger, of ShlngiP. i
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1921 childish. In addition' the Creek was ,returned this week to the I,
are to*this characterization it may be said that last evening; a car, in drawing uf loi I ,
... -- ---- -- asylum for the insane at Chattahoo.!
-- - -- brainy scintillating, brilliant, glorious and' sparkling aggregation of men the walk in front' of that eating-- in
RAILROADS Hpuf THE WHIP HANDy forming the ,late legislature ,decided against such :measures--decided so 'of house struck the base of the stand- ,,i chee twice-befo..been which institution confined,!' Tha he has .

y .. their own volition-each member for himself-without paying the least attention _' ard. A moment crashed of tottering to the and walks the,I!)jtient I I is not violent, and baaI ) il_
; ", IF a thug holds up the.-failway and deprives: it of thirty cents the thug to the arguments which may have been presented before them; and I narrowly heavy column miming several_ passersby I sane hours; but for his own sal
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I t is chased until he is speechless and then sent to the penitentiary. If a railway what assurance could be adduced that they had used the prerogative of the : and barely avoiding smashing and to receive proper medical aTu i
p" .. holds up a patron and robs,him of a few hundred dollars-and then "wise' men," and "changed their minds?" through one of the windows. A* I sldered his retention beat: in the asylum. was. con-*, ,-
0, holds up other patrons in like'manner till the sum total nina into the millions When the cattle-raiser and the stockmen desire to'carry'on a campaign j( this column cost G. R. Day son abouta ", :.

"<>-the 'cbrporation merely applies to the' government for"relief-and solicitsa of tick eradication they'.will commence{ the work-regardless' of all the "spe the hundred cafe was dollars somewhat the proprietor few more millions as a gift to enable the said railway company to start cial sessions"which might be held Hie same assertion may be registered but the party afflicting the damage BARTOjmKE
a bank account: : I regarding the fencing of feeding lands. "- To call 'a special session! of the legislature will have to make Rood the damage.; .
I No one ,tan blame the corporations for trying to put the thing over- for the enactment of laws which have heretofore been turned down ;, The night poliCl'manvaa upon the Mr.'.and Mrs. A. J. Lane"have received .' .
t 1,! although" the roads are called all the mean names found in the lexicon.. Th< would be a waste of money wholly unjustified by conditions; and there isi| ground one minute after the accident the sad, message of,the death
,; entire blame re.t. with 'congre.--mo.t members of 'which are ''so meshed little\ fear that the governor will yield to the blandishments of the Miami ) occurred. who of their died brother-in-law in Lafollette,, W. M. Roach, -

i, ; 4 '' with the monied powers that the orders from the higher=ups are r rc\-nlle.sly meeting. CONGRESSMAN JOE SEARS Wednesday September Tennessee 7. DeceasW'on '

7" \ obeyed. 'The-man sufficiently clever (to extract; 'money from easy-marks is STYLED AN "ATTRACTION' had many friends here and in K.9" ,'
far: Jen to be condemned than those who allow the people's money to go THE WORLD HAS LOST A GREAT FUN-MAKER --- simmee where he and his wife.-a'
into illegal' channels; and every time.there is a new scheme for robbing the Congressman W. J, Soars who in sister of Mrs. Lane-spent the win-
the benefit of corporations there is bolshevijt born.J. be the of the Arbuckle upending a short time in Kisslmmee ter of 1915. All "will, learn/ with r-1
public for a new WHATEVER may outcome trial of "Fatty" looking after his personal interest, Bret of his death and Mrs. Roach
A. Caldwell;general manager of some industries at Avon Park, recently there will be a withdrawal 'of that individual from the motion-picture field, j this morning!' received' a letter' from will have .the sympathy of her relatives . ,
v? had this .to say' in the Pilot of that town: and thousands of people who,have been entertained by him as by no one Frank D. Wattles of Saint Johns: and many friends., Deceasedwas
i',', Some eight months ago1 I shipped a locomotive to Savannah since the days of good old John Bunny will regret the recent orgy which ,Ii Lodge Knights of Pythias, Palatka. in his 78th year, a veteran of ;,
for repairs, on a quoted rate of $250. After many weeks it reach resulted in the death of one of the party. Cancellations from all states of demanding the presence of the congressman the civil. war, and 'a Mason in gort. '/1I

4 a'{'' ed Savannah with something over $800 freight charges. My corporation films featuring Arbuckle are being constantly received by the great picture that lodge at on an next important Thursday session even of I I I I standing., Miss Nora Bias, teacher: in the'e'
:. refused to pay the charges and told the consignees they concerns; and these will be followed, no doubt, by cancellations of all films Barton Lake school was called- last ,.
were unreasonable. The locomotive was held up in Savannah for wherein appear any of the participants of the "party which ended in the ing.The commonicBtion adds: "I cannot week to the bedside'of' her father'' in
r some months, pending adjustment of rates. Meantime my company death of one of the merry-makers. Those attending one of "Patty's frolics"knew think of such an attraction for ,i, West Virginia. She has informedthe
'' considerable do the work before the the blowout as to shave our own Jot- county school: supervisor, M. P.
: was hiring an engine at a cost to they joined party what they were up against-and therecan I
Sears' for that evening and Con Tindall, that her father was
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while this being repaired. At the time were be no line of distinction drawn between of them. To all improving I
engine was same we any deny that t gressman Sears will, besides, moot and as soon as he is able to-
ji I r'' , ; creating traffic for the railroad. I made two trips to Savannah in the guests were "in for a good time"will be useless in the eyes of the world'' one of the biggest and most influential travel she will returnwith him anJI,
; ' an effort to get the matter adjusted. Finally we'got the rate down -whether the decision ofhhe jury be that the death of one of the participants bodjes of men in Putnam'''' assume her school duties. V ;
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,, .' to $426. After some further delay in an effort to get ,the rate was but "an act of Providence" that the host is guilty in some degree county. We want you I am sure !' McDonald A Taylor ate closing "
: r down. I received notice that the engine (worth $10.000)) would be of some crime.In you are still interested in Pythlanittm down the turpentine will business for
-and you !gave so much to it1- this season-but open at an early -
i sold at a given time at an "old horse "sale"unleuthe freight was all followings and all callings there are to be found all classes. In cause in years past that the order' date for the*fall business.
1 'II paid. We, of course, had to settle. Nobody yet connected with all organization. are discovered those of high tendencies and those of low I in certainly deeply' indebted' to vou. I I 1 M. O. Taylor, of Orlando is spending \
:, tic the railroad has given a,satisfactory explanation of this difference desires. Each time there is shown to be unprincipled individuals in any Make up your mind! to. come You a few days at the turpentine ,
1 t '; ; in the quoted rate, except to.say that under some rules of the Interstate profession, any calling, right linen and there, for a time< A. J. Lane and and Mr.
Sears has and
? Congressman; acceptedthe family ,,,
j Commerce Commission the railroads had nothing further to profession or calling are classed with the 'culprit; unjustly, it is true--but invitation--or the re'1uest--and Mrs. W. II. Stauffer, of Saint Cloud,'.,..
r -. do but comply. The transportation has cost this corporation several it is don, nevertheless; So it will be for a time with those who are giving I will be among the people of Putnamat attended services aL the JJaptist',

_ __ _thousand, dollarsLyet.we are, _without redress_ .and_ the jtngme_ their _best,fojr the filmic.,representations-mernmd--women--who'abho.such. the proper time -- church! at Klsaimme last Sunday.Central .
', .1 is still in Savannah and 'we have very little idea as to what it will gatherings "as took place in San Francisco but the innocent must suffer --- t

;A Y cost to bring it back. with those who have brought discredit upon \themselves,
Such incidents are common in everyday life at the present time. They This escapade will 'probably end the screen career of Arbuckle no
-- have been made possible by lack of common-sense among, those' higher up matter what the verdict may be. Others who have stood high in motion pic-
aT >'-an insensate greed-and to lack of manhood among those who have matters -. .lur<; work have dropped from sight because of smaller matters than this is Drug Store
in charge. Perfection is impossible, it is true-nor is it always possible thought to be. Men have dropped from all lines of public work because of 4
t t p, to prevent errors; but the manner in which great corporations skin the some action which the public did not endorse; but in every case others ,
4 i f' ' public and then desire' additional pap from the government to pull them have stepped in and the morale has not in .the end, been demoralized.

', through ihe teething period is bound to create discord and disgust. .
WHY THE SALE OF EXPLOSIVES AND DEADLY WEAPONS? :

? :COLLEGES COMMENCE THEIR LAWLESS PROCEEDINGS .' This Store Will Be Closed'
AFTER: shooting and wounding one of a band of thugs in Chicago the ;
SOMETIME, possibly, college students will learn that i institutions of ed- police found' hidden fourteen hundred huge sticks of dynamite and many ..

'I catioa are maintained for improvement pUrpoIeaad not for blatant expositions sticks of TNTII of which was to.'be used, according to the'confellion of Every Afternoon '
I : ry of Idiocy. Two students of the Georgia University were;;shot the one of the thugs .supposed to ,be'.dying in blowing up concerns declared ,
r other Bigitt by tie police while a wild gang 'paraded the streets aDder'the unfair by the various branches, of'the union. Such actions have been common (Except Saturday) .
:( raise of "freshmen,night" and bricks were thrown at cart driven by peace since the days of the 90. in Colorado, when the W. F. M. committed ,

F '"y' v officers. When rowdy actions are carried on under guise,of' a.. university it murder following murder, under*.the leadership of Charlie Moyer and Bill From 3:30 to 4:30,.. : r ras
r. tine that suck institutions cease to function.. ., '
,?'":ii.II, ?', '. Haywpod. ge'neral'strikepromotory) ; but the thugs continue to buy all 'the ,, >> .,
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!"',,;" ,:'f.H; : J WHERE SOME' COUNTIES ARE FOOLISHNEARLY"all'Florida ," ) t (material 8. they Burke need, believed for destroying to be' dying 4Vnd told killing.the The dispatch he sayst bombs t4E:7: ..' ' .. ., .' long a., the .... //1...j'tj'N.; \' .'
,\,l7t',.' :t'">'*"4'. if\ "_ .>- ".- .- ., .*' Ill'. . ''J'i" .' '" lJfor. fy,several labor unions and .also, the men.police to throw supplied them. Police > ,' I...". ; : H 1'\\ ,' ,'!1; '""- ':".;. .,
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d. 'f 1' counties i include*on 'theit payroll a farm demonstrator say he made a detailed statement of bomb outrages undertaken for' Union RevivalServices
,l -an official who if he is capable of holding the post it of inesti"jnable'.worth the shoe, repairmen's and, janitors unions. After questioning the
:' 'to the ,agricultural interests. Within; the past year several Chief
' ; prisoners, Hughes said 'the arrests would clear up scores of
r' c 1 -r counties:, filled with' the spirit of retrenchment, have passed up that official. bomb explosions during the last six' months and will involve a shall continue .

FN and: \some cases already there: have been l losses. of considerable amount number of union officials. An investigation is also under way to 1
J!because ,farmers were :not fully informed :as to impending conditions. determine HOW Burke was'able'to obtain the'.tock of dynamite and -- .., ,.
'r t'' .. Time' was when the farmer was styled a "rube." Time was, when a TNT. _

'' '.;'1u' 'farm boy" 'wai"made the butt of all jokes when he migrated to a .city The sale of stimulants for the ill ,and the sale of drugs to allay painare I

) 'seeking to improve his condition. Two score years ago-even one score prohibited by law; but the sale of deadly weapons and terrible explosives '

> ".,' ., .,-years' ago-the" farm-owner" and his sons and his "hired man"were considered "- goes en as carelessly as the .disposal of hot peanuts on a( street .corner. Central :DrugStore .
| as *Imost nobodies. Then came an era of "book-learned farmers.

These were condemned by the older men-and J Jtfughed at by the younger: TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION IS TO MEET IN ORLANDO '.

' ., ;' 'JbuLwhen_ results..wereshown Jjy JollowngtheT,scientific ..adviceoLiheie - DAY_ 41 PHONES ___ __ NIGHT 21 '.
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s I ':"experts" and the government took a hand in assisting, in every possible, way ON Sunday October 16. jhe: Typographical Union of the state is ,to
: ,'$the cultivation of the soil and the production of the crop then came a con- have a business session Orlando:, at which time the matter will probably .

t :" '\ '' Joition\ which' changed matters. 'T- T' be settled as to whether the members will continue to demand forty-eight .
. as\ : < -h ? ",''-aiy:-- 'ffannina-i.the only proper'w.y of 'ba.Ddlinl.tbe land He, is readyto adoptsuggestions all slates, the game has been a. losing one; and the printers themselves, are "'
; given him from higher''authority=and i it Willing0' admit r that not in accord with 'the demand: in fact the major portion of fairmindedmen 'Chevrolet Four Ninetyy +n

r:,., . teaming'and the delivery of the good. is to betaken seriously and carefully can see the injustice of the demand. From a sixty-hour week the union

,l I"' *- -and not in a haphazard fashion. This belief has now become so universal has seen the gradual shrinking 4jhe roand..tillJorty.ejghLhours, have touring car -averages :more'i i
, 'j '- ----' bat-wbere--there1.a11unestion-thaHhecountrfamragent. be eliminated ;;
;-v- reckon ec! the world over a. a fair week's ,work-and employers have
't __,_ '._ ,:the growers rise in' indignation' and make demands, that'he be'retained... And. agreed.,,to that plan; but when the, leaders of the association declared that .
t ; ', :;; : .. '. :I/e'/ 1. retained. greater burdens ,must be placed upon the. offices the workmen-commenced than twenty miies to the gallon '
,,, 3 ik', <: Osceola county hafra good man in Leo H. Wilson. He is so* capable to turn: with the result that at the present time there is a vast number of
' : r x::24: *|hat other counties w lh.to secure hi i-and he has been forced to refuse "*pen shops" and a constant dwindling of the strength of what was once of gasoline and other--

% ",.,." numerous offers. In return for..this the commissioners, at the suggestion of the best labor organization in the'{United,, States. .
yl, ct I', 'the farmers,increased his wages to a point where he would still.retain .his It is to be hoped that the constant demands made upon members of wise
i ,:, (full interest in the betterment and improvement; agricultural!! and,citrus the, union in Florida.;::..financial demands made to maintain in' idleness men economical to maintain.- "

y,., ,. investments in Osceola county\'\ The commissioners agreed without' scu.- throughout the entire United State who prefer; to be objects of charity
i stun" that the county agent was'*a ia c ity'H and,.Osceola could not'afford- rather than do a real day's work-will.be frowned upon by the state convention This model, at the new' price,'
t' \.orberwithout; such an officiaL when it meets in Orlando: and thus continue as a high-grade organization
.... "!' '-' \ .rot more uwrzu ye\(i thud rreto 11 the most excellent ,Typographical Union. is the world's most
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I' ) ,PLANNING TO CONDUCT A I NOTICE v
'..- :+- buiJdi. It weua. weal wean. ..G Ch i I HOTEL IN JACKSONVILLE.c. I motor car value. $645, f.. o. .

tw, made good :farm buildings tepob I I Anyone having business with me
on .ulj
I. I After a residence here of' fire as receiver of the Waters & Carson b. Kissimmee. '
''t \ and manufact tks. b'd.eiIcaL depcs4aUO a years, during:' which they have form* Grocery Company will find my representative .
W many friendships, Mr. and Mrs.6eIJ. J.' M. 'Duncan, at the office -
4 k, 1F tt I J. McCranie and family are 4 o immediately of the company, with full powerad .ti .
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t ) remove to Jacksonville, authority to act in all matters
.' .. Come cat and let us tell why it's NOW A where they .will'.conduct a ho.tel.and: ,pertaining to such receivership. Kissimmee
you Auto :
restaurant The family has- been S. B. OWEN. Receiver.v Company
'. : ,Park, hotel ,in"' Kin& ; ... :
"r.,1' ) carry Iscv>n.the
WHAT GooD-CAN RESULT .
: ; FRPM INIIFSTiCATWG '
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+1 4'),.,,'. '. ,. simmee-WDIW.' will' now revert to MOVIE CHATSGoldwi' "
:t.IL ,AIiI. - the iV\ KISSIMMEE AGENT FLORIDA I
former ; managwDcnt. Mrs. .Agneshoseand ,
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"I / I\ Ya r;,according to. the'plaDI.of. thej'ohn. UoP kins institute. there they will c. missed by production of Rupert ,
'. ',1' M Jo" be an xpensive expedition :to Eal the purpose of studying many residents; Mr. MeCranie. declares Hughes' picture of home-"The Old :. ... Y
,; :u8".i<''i,4, .: the'matters of dietetics,. the,sex'questionand the' matter of nutrition among that the opening "ha has in" Nest"has: been booked. In more .},; ,:'
; ', that city is "too good to two down. than .700 large. theatres for showing '
those
1 Because
healthy
; < those : :people people! 'are'unusually'healthy! the heads
: within the next few'weeks..' Two
....; :..-:;;'(-,1'hb: "expedition hope'to act;"some"new ideas' regarding longevity; and of .. ACKNOWLEDGED FACT'. theatres showed'' the'picture duringthe 1U,1: ::_ ,
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f'?:4'ogwrse'when: .; ; the: ;" o aacun" return,there:will be possibilities for the issuance 'Advertising is of no::more importance week- beginning ". September 11, I- r.
.:i ;: ,' d-.ores'of 'papers and suWston."which'.te common people :will never to a' merchant than. gasoline.',is which was the first: week of' iu..re
h :Of' Anatol the.Cecil
/', : is on'sucll'a'project could be turned "
mpneywhich spent over'.to:
some Ten ,thousand disabled' soldiers), B. DeMille tw.lve-'ltar' 'Paramount :
.. .!, .' 'fund with*which to extend relief to''th.needy-og''given'asa bonusiwsrthy '
: ,sailors. and marine, somewhere', lID production?: hat "broken all previous
f' '( : 'f ',: ',. :: 'young,'couple) who have an .ambition. too. secure' a' tract'; 'of Greater Mew York. have neverf 'applied records-at the'' Rialto and Kivoll 'In
):;;<;: ;):' '..* cp..mence., ki.D"'a home for, em.aelve.., It:is evident that,'the for their 'compensation.?; l- J New.York.<; On the opening. day' the _
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';:+rra' '; ];' "' 'iaPP1'1Q their own' way of'IiYln,. ,What. .can..be the,benefit ''of"probestand''investigation ;*, paid 'attendance at I 'the, Rialto was M
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"". We .n'Jllt" a silenfmanM,*, .he will. .at. the. Rlvoll 9,859.> The
'::" 'f ...,byr' : *) r .;juabosom",;himself'to na only.; _waa' held, by, .John .1/
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BONNIE BELLE BEAUTY, SHOP . M. Katz Son. 'Central"'Draft, StorV? > :r r.

.. CONTRIBUTES 'S Store
The Final Country Night'Friyd .Meat, Market. W..E< Sanderson-, Jeweler. \
f THIS ;WEEK'S .TEN'DOLLAR Electrlp'and ,Goodman'* .,\ ..

} CAPITAL.:.. PRIZE fl' ,:. i eni e'Statlon. Dollar Limit Store. ,


SATURDAY 'MONDAY' ., TUESDAY WEDN'DA Y THURSDAY


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,--IN"PRAIRIE- "THE LEOPARD BODY AND.SOUL"., liOTHERO'MiNE"Ttf6MAS ,_ '
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f. ALICE BRADY ik' -.
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TRAILS""RED ;' Featuring WITH"AN ALL"STAK,'CAST) FABLES
"The land of '
Hope"PARAMOUNT LOUISE GLAUM ALICE-LAKE CARTOON
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MAGAZINE TilE ,DAY 4, HOUSE 'PETERS :: '!..
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TONITE', 'COUNTRY THE FINAL STORE HOTLOVE" ,EDDIE .POLO "y ,THE- --'COMEDY'FRIDAY-, "CHICK J', .CHICK-f : \ '

BRING YOUR, COUPONS ',' THE. COMEDY' ' ."rio'. OR.DIET' '_ '13th" IS THE', COMEDY. _
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"" "' '. ', Regular, meeting: of. the county,, .OOt.O..O.o.O.OO... .....ot..o.1y4 ... i...
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commisioners'' beheld;" on" the

: i ITEMS -OF A WEEK I .coming City council Monday.will 'meet in executlvaae.llon' Get Your Shoes Now!IWe

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'! I Tuesday evening and there ,
OCTOBER If suffering from rheumatism try' will be considerable business brought -
Neid's) Baths. 40-tfc up for settlement ''

Mrs. Arthur E. Donegan' h a steen Mrs. J. W. Chapman; of FortMeade low-quartered shoes J
have fully five hundred pain:"of
:, spending the week at Tallahas has been jruest this week of At {
see.-, families : Woodard andJ t '
the of. C.3.
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If suffering from any sort 'of skin :\ C. Griffin. .. for men and! 'f>oy.. These" are 'extranice'goodi: > ;. all'

;' diseases try Neid's Baths.. 40-tfc shoesand
ffJ .a Army goodsnew; put.
j Everybody Listen to the Music of Mrs.A.. W. Wlnn has be.t1'during tees; big bargains. Oliver,.' 14'Broadway. sizes, styles .nd' Ihades.- Regardless-of-what-.. .... they.. cost' ',.
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: the past week the guest of relatives ''
,<' at 1 artow., Mrs. Ella Seabert :yesterday moved us we are closing\ them out at sacrificing'prices.. 'They. ,
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Bad debts collected P.y:. from her location at 601 Mabbettstreet ;
or no Re-
t: !lults guaranteed. J. M. Willson. din-1} to- Loughman, where her son, -are i really wonderful bargains- -the way we'baveflarked, r I

: Our October Specials rict" manager. ,,16-tfc Carl Seabert. is. employed. in" thedrug.tore. them. See them now, ?

II Mrs. W. B. Makinson and Miss''
..' .. Dot Makinson have been spending 1I "* Mrs Frank J. VanDuzer, after
..." ..' I the week at Daytona Beach. spending several months with her
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: The only 'explanation of Tanlac's son In Nebraska, ''is'' expected to arrive H. C. Stanford '. Comp'y ;

, k, great 'success is Tanlac's true worth. ,,at her Kissimmee home tomor :. .,_' ,
I' Central Drug ,Store. row. J :
THURSDAY 29 to MONDAY 3 Mrs. J. Earl Lupfer,who has been I I ')Ira. M. A.. Evans, who has been' ou.to.......00....00.lOt no. t ... u.oo...

confined to her home Is In a Tampa hospital for the past . -
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;' know I recuperating, and experts to three home in weeks Kissimmee-somewhat, is once more-at improved her OIu.uti.'o .0............. ... ............00.. oc '
DAYS UP GREAT SAVINGS
\ FOUR soon I, be out. ,(I "
in her
physical condition.
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I.'r.., \ Special bargains in hlghgrade' .r-I I Hour 9 to' 12 Noon Hours: '7 to 9 m. "; ; "i
You will want a bottle of the wonderful : a. m. p. m.; p.
that need. .
goods
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Z' 24-jxmitd Sack Self-Rising' Flo.urT_____________________i58 iver. 14 '14'Broadway. -".- -- .", it from Tanlac-Central remedy -You--can--get :, >.I :
Drug Store;

24-pound Sack Gold Medal Fiour.,.,,, -_-,_'?_ L3q Kissimmee Marvin Green on Monday of Lakeland-guest was of his in i I:I|i Mrs. Sadie Smith accompanied_ by Kissimmee Business College )J j jMERCHANTS'AND

,''III.. 10 Pounds Granulated Sugar; .........'.....-.-'-..-*_..-.' ,69 brother, Ernest L. Green, and family, her mother and a party of friends) .
autoed from Tampa today and are
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..t: .10' Pounds-Fancy Who! _Rlce.j.-. *. J&S 409 Mabbette street. 'I jthe guests of Mrs. Gladys :Alford at :-

); 2 ,.Cans Tall Milk (any kind)...........:;:.:-..:..:.'--*,---, ..2SV" Wanted. Jessie; Copying D. Kleinman.stenographicwork. Phone- -.her' home near the Oseeola hoteL 0( .FARMERS; .BANIC ,BUILDINCn: -

w 10 Cans Baby Milk (any kind)___.. 2.53. State Bank building., 42-tf 'been Work upon the pleasure dock has Kissimmee Florida i' .''*
going along nicely and 'the -
19'_ 4 White House Coffee _.,_---_I-r-,-,:-- .33 Mia>* Margaret McNeill expects to I work on reinforcing the new read- .. ,
leave today for Ocala where she has I
t: I Campbell's Tomato Soup ___ _. .10 way to the commercial dock had ,"
--- secured, a position in the schools been pushed. rapidly as possible \ .' -J '
k ,- .2 Packages., Macaroni _._____.-:_-_-_---- .15 which will open\ on Monday next. under I[ the direction of Councilman JAMES. Py1a C1 SflAN. Principal MRS; C..EHILTON., ,
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; For Rent-Nice/ furnished flat, Rosen. -
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1 Can Crisco ..30J3fx '
14pound '
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with three and bath.
. fireplace; rooms ;
. i'.' ', >und. Can Crisco -.?...._.-....!---L--,...___J:----.-:-- .59 W. B. Harris, Gazette office., 44-tf matter Attention of the of municipal.those having playgrounds the "'. -' ;;;. ,'

, T 6-pound, CanCriseo ..____-__--..,_--.-------_-----.---,. .99 Miss Essie Bass, bf Orlando and 'in charge -is called to the fact that "v :
,: . 10 Cake P. lit! G. Soap .. v .65 Miss Trixie Bass''i r of Bushnell. spent' there is; now growing thereon, Evening Classes ,Start, .MondayOctober',, 3.,running, on""
,.t ----- ------------------ -----, Sunday in Kissimmee- of "
as guests splendid crop of, sandspurs '
**> 2 Roast Beef .. ... . .. ,22 their mother pro Monday', Wednesday, and Friday r
'X* .. No. ,-4--- ----------- ?*- ---*------- ,,Mrs. Julia Bass at her duct for .which there is.-very. little

Tomato ______ ___ __ .._.-_ ._.. ... doIt home, comer of. Vine add Brack.. demand /' ,- "'
; Ketchup ? -4-- -, >---- There was no meeting at the union '.7, Walked' Pope, No CaliforniaTable' Peaches !_. T1.M "
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2Yt tent on.-Mond.y ey"enang-the' Dr. R.' C..Roa.botit.of Winter Haven ..0..,
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Alameda'FruJtJam 1 ..I".Jl \If;S ..' C" ..: li ;;Lt. .25 agementthe Jeff Wall and ., .
; ,40c ; : . r ...i+ + ; --- pastors ; were < visitors' in Kissimmee on
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,< U.N'eed..Bascult.jo' \ ;,...!,." _iI.J.M_, ..!::.;,..,.........___......._ .-'Ii.iIL\lIJt..!.-.\.._..--..-. --_.-'..<. ;.OS many where Bothers visiting Saint Cloud, Tu.sd.y'.thelr'' :. mission being to THESE' WILL CLOSE \ -
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,' .1.. ; ; 'Ii.. !!' !t' .'//Y. 0 ... "" \ ',"" . j to Close their places of business
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p, ., -r.. : r ';. ..."" 1. "'. ,,''' I" Mrs' W:. L. Winn, formerly of Kis ,who has recently located in .this city. '' during the afternoon hour of III
.' simmee, but who has been a resident Miss.Maude Thomason has 'I
:Pennies Dance Like Two Bits- returned services at the tent, beginning today ,
of Dayton Ohio, for considerable 'from .n' outing of three and continuing each day thereafter a*' :" 1'r

!1 Can Tomato- Pulp _>r_____...:\_, __________'-________1__ .10 with period hr.has Winrirf returned is. occupying to Florida apartments ,and of Weeks duty--and in the Is once local more telephone at her office.post long'' as- Saturdays the meeting: H.continues C. Stanford, "excepting . ..

2 for .__________________________4_______________ '.11 in Saint Cloud. I During her absence she has visited Company; G. W. Persons Company}

.-' I Can No. 2 Sweet Corn ______"\_____ ___=____________ .%0 ,toys have,&secured Roberts quarters, handlers in of a realty portion 'Atlanta various' ,points- and in has Georgia met-acquaintances including Lyles; Oseeola V. Story Hardware Company; .Company A, S. Gilbert .; :+

ti' 2 for -._---_ ________+.____._-------_____ -____._ .%1 of 'the store occupied by the in several cities in Florida. Miss Bandy; J. W.Wilder!i F. C.Bryan .
: Dixie Electric Company 118 Mayors, bankers, lawyers, prominent Company Goodman Grocery R;
;
iM ,j 1 pan Calumet Bakfng Powder :-.:-_ -;..---------.:- -:.--..... -r 5M Broadway-thus placingthe firm on government\ state and county S, Floyd; W. W. Ivey &Sons; A.. F.

.. 2 for ....___-.,_______________,_______________________ grpund-floor basis for' the handlingof officials, prominent business and professional -' Fleming; J. A. Lancaster;' Economy .
/ their specialties. men'and ministers of the Food Stores; City Meat Market

.,.., 10-ounce Glass Peanut' Butter.. ________.___ __________..__.__ -25 Word has been received that gospel have endorsed Tanlac. Central Quality Market; Central Drug Store; a '

,\.t 2 for __--_.________..._.__________________________ ..35i Frank Vans Agnewhas reached Drug "Store.I .* Rex all Store; Robenon's Pharmacy; ," "
British Honduras making that port I The Manhattan Fish Company, J. H. Reid; J. H. Redditt; Manhattan [liRE 'eap.i harvest bfrulnoaa.
"" VC.i-White'Pearl 1 Soap .__. .. : i .;.;::.. ";. .10 FlsH Market J. E. Montgomery;
; :; : :: ; ;;-------or on' Friday. September .16-r-and Is.already . which .has.beenanx.ious' to _secure ; '

**,. j-*' 3 for ___?.?.-.._,,:...,...,__...____.:.:..___ .:.__________ -.15 deeply"appreciative of -the kingfish; for its customers received People's Five and Tenent.Store.: Shoe Bnd..], >...,.Carele' -..", ne....a +
country. He declares that it ,1s in 'word on Tuesday from the largest Bowen's' Grocery; Herzberg's aows' the seed=; carelessness "'
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:,* : -Cake Lenox Soap. '-_=__T--:______-- --'----:-----_-"'- -.05 many. .ways-a replica. thUportion.,fish...:f irm.jpft.theeast cpast.....Charles Fixtry.7h..bo".1tanded. hazards

4' '/ 'a 2 for ____._____''__.________-------..---"'------.--_ .08 of Florida.See ([Kennedy, of West, Palm Beach;;'that p the person soliciting: the -to.signatures.'m;' by about. :'removing- -j fire '
: of there would be no hope of supplying
the ..display. goods
againstevery
army ; failing
and in
d :,1 ;Package Lighthouse Washing Powder ..__.;_:=________.__. .05 every one -bargain.. Oliver 14 klngflsh .until after' Saturday, Ocjto-.>> Chairman Publicity Committee. to protect. -

,.*?.. :3 .for ________-;--______.. ___.,____'.::____.._..----------:; .10. Broadway. 1 *(ber 15. _. SPECIAL. : EVENT SLATEDFOR'THISEVENINGATP' loss by fire." a
# Dell Porter and A. L.
,. Knoblough,..TWO.. PLATEGLASS:..WINDOWS, _.. The Hartford F Insuranca
"1* Pound 'Crecn-Coffe1 ._ -..20ry4r progreeslveTcitizensof1Ussimmee,- : : - i -..,: ,
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-, ii 2 for .._____..___.._..__,_--i--: -_ ___..______ ,..3D were' here for a few hours Friday' i SHIVERED, SUN'S RAYS' "THE COUNTRY- , -STORE"- -,- comp n;'provides the.sure, Its' "'
'automobile'
at -
o' 'ifi;.'.'Campbell's Pork and Beans_______---------------- ..15 > tachment.demonstrating The some'former having lived Both the handsomely,adorned windows This evening-will terminate, the ;rdemnlty shish a 'c: reullD8Jl-

,: 2 for ________..I'1:____________':"---..-----:- ..21A9 here shaking some hands'years: with ago, was hi. kept many busy old Bank'of facing the Merchants Broadway and have Farmers been :series Clno-an4 of the the country capital stores"price at-is the to triQ choose; .expert Fire Provention -.'

..l Pound"'' Japan Green Tea _______,________::_ ____________. friends.---Punta ,Gorda Herald. .I ruined-the glass having sun's been chattered beating be donated by the Bonnie Belle ., Service; ,also if you'"i
because of the ;
rays incentive
o Beauty Shop.,. As special,,
2 for ---*.----..----.----,.:.----------------- ---:-; .49 A good commercial education .Is upon'. them. The loss will be Mrs. Gladys Alford owner "of the need it: ,..*
'- -.--- --.-- -..- , ." -r.-- '- -.--- ,'. ..- more.valuable:today-more_of.a_ necessity -. Bullock _
( .Pound English Breakfast Tea' _.:_.____.._'___:.___.:.___.___.___' ".39 than for ambitions before.. young persons, considerable.Stanley1 cashier 'was .,Standing .close';: assistant Sadie Beauty Smith Shop,;haT"prevall her guest from d upon
2 for ...-,_----...--..-:.:.----...-------:.--- -.45 ever trainIng 'is the Thorough educational commercial by>them when the breaks occurred,'to vocalize immediately prior to the ; Get through bis' '

I, 'Can, Belle of Boston Beans_____.:_:.::.:_..__.: _______.___? ,.10 training keynote of become our a time.student For of such the were and investigation"improperly. set, shows-not..ufftclent that they distribution in no- way of -professional the gifts. Mrs.singer Smithis agency.,,,, h ' :. : ..4'will

+t -2 for-=: :U1 Lr---- c. ..15I "- .* space veing allowed for the natural but-her'-voice. Is,. So well known In '"4
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expansion The location of the glass Tampa, where- she resides, that;next !
'1 1' Can Dunbar Syrup iiU'-s-i! '' _-_-;._____-__-_-::___..______" ,10i" -Min:. Lulu. McGuire. bookkeeper of gives them. the, full heat of the sun!j week she1 has been engaged' to assistin tSON'PARMER. J '

-.- "'t _. --.:- __ ___.........._ ._,___, _. __ tt the large chain of stores in this and during ''the hottest hours of the day the opening of .the StrattonHotel '
\3 lor _..________':"__.._.. _..;; '-etherstates.-owned.by.:: .Anthony .-.aruL an:_expert,. glass-setter always at.Tarpon Springs -:from which;it AGENT : r

Large Bottle Royal Maybnaif. ,.r. ..25t Brothers, was Kissimmee on Mon. allows for the expan.lonof''such'large inferred that the "Mother's
I --- ----------------- maybe
day, --accompanied" her sheetsof material. In this caseit ,
mothertenroute which' she will render this
2 .for, ..1-I__--_-::: ------+:--, -----------.--- -..30k to West'Palm Is' stated no. allowance was m.de'f '' Sona the hearing -
evening will be well worth
p ling ... the- ;
weeks in
of .rar
an outing 'the. heat; consequently,the break.age. and should ttract many to the be where :' Stout Lumber
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the central and western'portion..ofthe Casino. Each Friday evening has Company( once held forth-In the,vieinitjr .,
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state. Mrs. McGuire has been of the 'Woodtex Brick/plant.::
I there is .
r TREE---Candjf For the Kiddies---FREE accustomed to spending her summers I Coconut oil 'in large quantities is ntf proven reason a drawlnK-carand why, with this added attraction The firmwill/ run under the name of
: '
", .., .;in the north,,at one of the Anthony'. being imported for-;the manufacture ; there should Tiot"be" the IUsimmee Lumber Company, t
;. '" . .storesj'but.this yearthe, ;business\of .nut butter, candles, ,soap and large audience to hear so,pleasing a and plans to carry full line of-all '
, "We 'of the aggregation ;will"be 'cond.uet- [cosmetics. treat. V, needed' material for- the building: i-l:
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4' S''ll" It ,'For LessSYSTEM Led! from West>Palm"Beach.. { trade and at prices which will ,stintt
';::i .' .. r. Little .Jimmy .Tucker'. 'Who" has' COMPLETE LUMBER'YARD *< ulate the construction of. ,homes. ... ,'of' ':
.been ,,the Pasteur, treatment all varieties. *
T' taking DRINK 'FISH-LAKH',:; PARKMINERAII' '
: because,, of a' bite-from a' rabid canine .I WATER WILL c HELP. KISSIMMEE. v r. It,is the intentions of' the"'new:firm
"' GAe,7 : 'ftYLOR'! at Lake' Conway 'Is out and ,- AND :OTHER. LOCALITIES to ,commence the manufacture' of' '

: >'.. about, and is, seemingly, entirely Healthful- and' Delicious'alion"at ':' ... culmination of ,door-frames and windowframes'andother ,
,;r ") .1. i.'a'' : ', entirely free from, all indications of :'The- the urgements work of like nature; in ,fa V
K" the .rabies.' However .the full treat- | 'lOc ,Per Well''' for the establiahmenE of a 'lumberyard !1''the' members declare that it ..S'a, a

.j'ft., ..Fti 100%' merit hat not been applied.. In" spiteof '-- In this city where a-good stock ,purpose, to handle general,.'building,. .
( c\.' .that fact his mother Mrs. J. Midway between"Elasb Jm".Sabd would .be cjcrried; at .conservativeprices ',,m.terJaz-pre.dinR"" oat as .fast as,.;"
fjf.ji..4. ,; ... ........., : '. Wade Tucker. while feelingeonfldent ": Cloud Is' about' to''be re.U&ed.nd, shall be possible. The.prices of'I III--I'
r ,If ; ,, ,that all matter will' *aliI it. II expected that tomorrow,, will be lieF..wlU be made so attractive that-
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f ; prove
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'0\ .. .. r Installed! aportion. of the stock' that considerable trade from outside toe
t. is,aUU'dot .fair-amount'of :
right.; lfg a ;
r.:;;"':: ... ,: Call):179-R. .8. Floyd.Grocery.,, '
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of the Tart '
j' \ -- ease.< The Pasteur treatment ext >?Delivered to .s oar, home 1ScI'eel' The prejectors ing'of:.the, 'Klsslmmee Lumber
.. tends of' .-F. E.,'"Woodward. and, Henry B.1 I
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v f The Nubian- tribes,, of .Atr ca are Rnb-MyTUoi; b 'a treat pal kR'7I
i t JEFF WALL passionately fond of music <\ ler. Relieves pair and forea***, Rhta*

1 II \ Asbestos! thread can, be spun 80 natum, N>.....,... Spralms, etc. M
j .fine that it takes about 82,000 feet '
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; ; Truck Chassis $$445 34z Y


, t f r,, The Otceola Hardware**.'Store will pul .
ov on a big

3 1 17w Sale of Aluminum Ware
Coupe $$595

h Saturday, October 1. ;
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One window piled full of this choice ware will be I
.
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t'.; Sedan- $$660 sold without reservation as long as the supply lasts at
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II .Vocalist and Instrumentalist At The Union Tent .Revival I the unprecedented price of $1.39 each. This is sureTy a .

great bargain but 1 1oOo

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TWO THOUSAND 'PRESENTSUNDA' -- .

M ; These are the lowest prices of Ford cars HERE'S ANOTHER ONE :yOn

.1 in the history of the Ford Motor Corn pnny2 EVENING SERVICE the same day and date they offer; an enormous ,'

lot of Easy Seal Fruit Jan at $2.00 per case, and thereare 1

Orders are coming In fast, so place yours The union revival service at the the gospel truth borne.MrLeod's hav- two dozen jars in each case.: Don't that jar you?
large tent are drawing the greatest great sermons are i '-
: "";- 'z' promptly ,to insure early delivery. crowds: of any tent meeting ever held ing telling effect on the throng These two great bargain offerings mean much to everybody ?,
In KiBilmmee Besides the people of which listen. eagerly! to catch every who keeps house. Come before stock is )-,
a this city many from nearby towns' of'"the""preacher; He' always" .. our... tl
are attending.: Orlando, Saint Cloud, gives the straight gospel stressing
; Haines City and other place are the fundamentals and condemningthe
well represented. wrong in no uncertain terms. JI
.t.I. P. TIMMONS At the Sunday evening service thereat With most forceful word and fitting .osceola
tent- whose capacity ;it .from illustrations he "delivers the message Hardware Store
?YI, fifteen to eighteen hundred wa. filled he knows God has given him for the V y
to ..overflowing- Adjacent seats onthe hour. Unquestionably God is using
outside had been erected and him to bring a pungent message to
't. AUTHORIZED DEALER these were full. Many were stand- the people of Kissimmee. He needs .
r' Ing. Hundreds sat in their 'automo- all kinds of workers to reach all -.
307-9 Kissimmee Florida biles. The magnitude of the interest kinds of people. Many: are gettingthe
f Broadway manifested is also shown Jn the.I message of God through him
large number of automobiles pres-I who would not get it through any
ent. Each evening the interest other preacher. The sermon Sunday
grows, and also the attendance.All I evening on'repentance and restitution -I
churches are giving hearty made a deep impression and
support and when called upon to must "have awakened many slumberIng AND RECORDS ..
stand under separate call -they quick consciences. It was the talk of
Iy respond, showing up the attendance the twn'' all day: Monday.. ,Repent- "
: from every church. .'. ";lancer I he thundered out doesn't mean
The churches llder !'shedding! few tears in lace OCTOBERBrunswick.Records''
"f -" g -'con themselves a briny: a
fortunate in securing the, services" ot handkerchief but means turning
license Notice' these consecrate men of' God. Wall, around quitting meanness, paying
i ... : : : . ; In his unique .manner and 1111 witty]II I old debts,' retracting ugly .words,
: T , . .. ., . remarks
?4.. "' ,; .. ' ' ... straightforward' honest face, adds ;[I taking back slanderous forgiving
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>';> : ., .- '! ' ,:_:_:" :_:i'1: ; ., ," '..< much force, to the gospel. truths' by and getting forgiveness of an
McLeod, and helps to them injured brother and returning stolen .
>* .' '0. drive !; -.ON SALE' TODAY. '
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home in nouncertain manner. But goods "The hardest thing I I
t j of course, music is the chief methodof (I found that I' had to do," said the ... records v
NOTICE is that Bruh.wlcklolts October release-of ,
all .t
] hereby given eape
; I Wall's expression of the gospel' preacher, "was to' take back thing' meets the teats of all music IoTn--beJlade operatic and
and he is* master in this are with his :: that I' borrowed when my neighbor orchestral selections and song and dance novelties,with the
': ,1; Occupation Licenses are due on highly cultivated voice and his trom- ;"wasn't; looking." ."You are a thief," dellgbtlaly.readlitywhichcbaracteriue.11 Brunswick: music 7
't" bone. His hold on the large choir said he, "if you take a child on the To select from this list Is to own what Is beltlD phonographic
; which he has organized is.. a tributeof train without paying half fare if reproduction
w 1 October first. All parties not. having honor to him and an evidence- |;,that.child i I. between the ages of
F J,:. his taleht and mastery of music. The six and twelve. You are likewise a Check UM Record. you wish to beef-thea 't'1''
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'Ii, these licenses October big choir is prompt and regular In.thief if you do not pay full fare for let we play tkea. :rJOOUS -
t procured /by "
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attendance, and many have noticed one that is twelve or over.
that when the audience is dismissed| On Monday. of ''this week many { _-.-!.A Fbt ( PA.a.F-'. '
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; .. 15 and transacting business and he asks... them to remain a moment -,business houses,. agreed to/tl I{>se their &--w c..I .br. "
are ._
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10037 I AWflWUttan (J .r
them stores for the afternoon services, J ISm4fnmr >A" II' '
soul of
not a single 1M \ ,co.....,)<...'_4) s_ n--a- 5
I evades the call to be excused. 'beiPnnlng.Thursday and. continuing

ti -- I -'. :. which- requires. such_ license The special choruses sung each ev-I j through the meetings excepting Sat- 10035 i M.r.rH.. _INJIe.. ) (CJI CM....._"'_1) '
( F a. : enlll -by-the- hoil'-of' ISO-are inspir nrdaysrThere: bad been- no-::requut .IM IJ.r__..if... c cr....o..Iee f C-,;,, _

? ;''wm.be ing. The throng is thrilled with its made by any of the preachers 30015 { ......... (Urn M.-.l. ($...,..$.,.........) I ;
promptly prosecuted.C. ; beauty and volume. People living managers'' of the meeting. This! LM s..rmm... rltUw. D-.et y"J.rd.a. ., <., -
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two miles 'out of town have said shows 'a' fine- spirit co-operation,: .., .
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f. . .. (O..Kre..r 'YW6i,s;; ,
their 100411' """ 4
) A' could bear the singing at and I. a call to a better moral l life .... __ .,
: ','- C. L. BANDY home. Mr. Wall's solos are a great and a more fraternal spirit for the f ...... .. . .
: listen 13027 Pkb (OIW-t.. ) .n.1M ... RJ. .. .... ,
feature of the meetings.. People city.Publicity Committee Chairman. {.....IA.Jr aIrid..r) AWJtoM M.JS8 .....ts..at I .
,.. :Tax: Collector. intently while the singer send. _
: -w . -_T_ _--- _. ._ wuwwABOUT SSliJlJSKj50as ) ILLA,1 ir) lOle.ff ....a.fll.fi..l.Tb.w .
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: EATING GRAPEFRUITMany FLORIDA INDUSTRIES irJ 6.ww......,. ;;

; ; '. ',J !;MILTON PLEDGER, people have never become r.-- ract*, have-been'awarded. for B..B.te Cg, gfh".aj,....) CMilr*.,,. DaIoedat-., r
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'IM IUke.Ae.Jr (JCw.O ; .... ,ff ; wedded jfo the grapefruit habit because the erection of a nw $10,000'schoo'building rah 1 N.. I
.t. J..; County Attorney. seat DeLeon in Holmes
at Ponce
'; .; they have never had them
2124.W....... .......
Bonlfay 'have the ,eon- (w.-) y..n-H.
.' served properly. The way most hotels . county.- men "wTM
and restaurants tracts. 'ai AbrtM .. .. .. '. .
., '. serve grapefruit ( ) VW. ". < dh"T. I '
t .r. i-. 4: .. .. on the table ts littl. short of* Winter Park citiiens will told an ... aIt.... ,.,.. S-..;, FJ! '
.. election of this' ( -) c-fNt'". ,
.. crime.-Tbe usual method I. to halve, the latter part month 2128 E u,Eu1T +xAU
.. ..to decide issuing $25,000 worth of {tL..l.biil.q' ; = 7.t
the on
take out core, and then rui\ a .1i.
_..... Cb..llrt ...EAMtbb.."
t knife all,, the way around. Try the bonds for water main. and Are fighting j
} u .. ... following method with the ,next," apparatus. 2127 Tech ftU to Sk.. (r_.Lw6.Mq.r" ) +
k c'' _. : Florida grapefruit... you purchase:' Work is to start in about ten ,dayson ... { 8iJly"T..' '. a
( _
YYe.0.3 Ea.w Fi..nw VT-
: .the Cortes-Anna Maria bridge in ) .rU
Halve the fruit and remove the core; ; Nan

& u =Bargains i In Used Automobiles the Instead whole of fruit running cut:the out'eaeh knife section around, ,.Manatee'longest->bridge county.in,This the,, county'will .be the $ 1M 062{Dew a_tL.H..bl.R..ahG) Q.' .d.0.,, '.' k'r, ,

., , leaving' the bitter cell walls standIng - 'A $10,000' garage ia to be built.atSarasota. A LktJe C1.. ,.-r. (O'H.n) CC wei..:tI:G..ue'

i '" Sugar to taste and place in the ., -2123 P.dcti...___ ._) a 8tr..11JJ.Qwt.1. <:; ,
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"' '- :: ice box over night. In recommending' The big .aw'mill'of-th. West YeN .... {A.OI"&cAeel ( '
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'i j Terms to Responsible People . this method we caution the reader low. Pine, Company, which has been ,ItII.'._ N.a..rw."oWe P..... .
that he or-she who tries it will be-" closed down, will resume operationson e.. ...
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I o.w.At Tk QUSwI..I.'Hot. (N7< .* .iiiMii;)
-Wefcton near MadiIOn. 3128 f
October 1 at '
: come a confirmed. lover of Hbet( I T..I..rl ._ ** Hr %... ..i ri.nlll..."'
.. ONE'"BABY'GRAND' breakfast grapefruit," but we believe . .' ? ju t Mtel (,M..O""W.--, ._ .Billy Inn. ,,4 r
: CHEVROLET{ ..
,: ',.. 'that the good that will result build-togs t : 2130 All 8r),, .,...,(/ ......_'...) ""... ,t ;

;.c ', .:.' ':,.., ONE'1919. DODGE TOURING, '.1 offset to the and constitution habit-forming of the evil.user-Florida will!i| VA' :-handsome-are bejngbuilt. four-story at ,Vero.Masonictemple'ie 'N .{Du.P" _!n. (........) s..l. .oeeb..u. 1

i .' ONE HAYNES Grower. to be built.'Panama City ........ ''Cry *, r r.1
5-PASSENGER. : .2123 f --- Tnt (/.A....) r..*..'.Onheetra 'i
It might be'adde that.tnany.pl0'<.by.the Masons The two-lower floors'are . I r.G.et.J.sF.sNiAA.eCul's" l lF ) Orckwtm .
sicians ''well to be used for stores and of ce..
ONE 1920 FORD TOURING as as others 'who have '
I I I' Work' has commenced on the' new fye''W.ka-l.tr.l;.eM."N..F.Je.o"i/ _" ; a
, tried the, method, declare that the r .. -
\ Dr"T....,... W." '
; ONE'1916:FORD' excellence'of the ',fwo-r'lory} '.c office' and storebuilding. 2121{ (0.,5t.... ) .
: + :;; TOURING < grapefrult'la.better' eN CuI .... ,
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1 .' . "' :':l, appreciated ;when ,..it U eaten after Oat West Palm Beach. 1 1"'-will be CoM1ew.oCulrFOR. ..Ma'. s\ +
ti I : ..-1' >r: ONE 1919,FORD ROADSTER, .' ,::, the. breakfast."vItis' the.custom to i built'of..tileand cement.'' .'The exterior ' ,) .,
'*
; eat the grapefruit prior to the balance l. will;be handsomely 1Inisl d._ SALE 'BY=: -
t: t gip, :tp; 'ONE 1916'FORD'TOURING, ; . -of?the .meal .- but:the plan..1' The"new Saint James church,cost WILDER'S STUDIO
i .. J gaining ground toilet thstoelicafy ing $60,000, '' built.t "' .
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.. county recently -endorsed ,
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f ; 1"', iT .. .," yawning' and sleepiness In 'the day - PHONOGRAPHS '
{ ; ...d..7': i(.SA'M .RAGSDALE time is caused bya torpid liver-and Rah-My-Titm it powerful, uti- ?il

I'' "os .1 .. . . .. disordered' ;'bowels.- ,Herbine is a Mptiev cues, 'Infected, cats),,, 'eld. n P
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rtN-:, ,KJSSIMMEE[ ,;,.FLORIDA It l.cleanses: the-system and restores P
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,i,:6IAT RACING"FEATURES: $&, pl.*, 'entrsoicefees.Already. PRISON ASSOCIATION' I it..n.l.....r.-. .......,..........Ii.n-.'..... ....... BRIEF y- ,-ITEMS- '--.GATHERED. ',""

., FOR JACKSONVILLE FAIR booking at. being: made for/ theracea TO MEETi' NOT ,MONTH FROM ,078| STArt

: -' the finest, which trotter will bring-and. put some in the of .FOR,A';,WEEK'S SESSIONAn A Gem purest! Ray .
JashSeavMDe, Septsmbei !9. .i'" AJkiIWlei. country/1 ,pacer' ,, ? ; Serene.a ''_.. The. tax.levy of Highlands,county

racing card has been ar- A feature of the,meet' will bet' the ; important ting 'is. I schedul.ed I -formed. from DeSoto' -has beea,
placed at 6fl mills.Lakelandbas .
by: the Florida state fair'and "Cracker Perbyope1ii7to'r'Florida bred to meet In Jacksonville commeniDI' Blending With Gifted ,Word ,-
.e ition in connection with the and owned'horse TbIa will M a ,Friday.. October '28 ,and continueIng X 'O f *M, ;: *** -fj' : -, more than, sixteen '
neW [race'' track,* which will formallybe : mile free-for-all running evert; I land -.even.days. .. This.'will ,be the hundred telephone ubacriber
$a red in ,commission'"t'the fair U scheduled;:,.Wednesday. November fifty-first 'annual, session, of the / H GlowtngtTribute # fa Florida." cording.to, latest figure. *-,0.0
bI Jacksonville: this year-November -Governor's.. Day. A purse of American Prison Association
1li019. $MX,will be hung up'for' this event. and residents f of all portions of the Winter Park ha"ordered' of '
TIrte three: bar- state are urged to preeem--pe. the ..American LaFrance fire engine
...*.i} and tworunning: race ,daily. Of tie .84,913 'workers'';:in 'the'! 148 dally county and city,, officials, welfare J J. at a cost of $J.2,500-nd.utr.
beginning -Monday, November 14. industrial 'establishments' in Virginia workers, and all, who".at, interested .. BY ,' KENEDY .. to ,the ,extent of $1200.? ' .'
?lam':>>1I'PII" _will -ranr*' from $100 to more than one-half are women. in reform work. Los AngeleiDear "
: Citrus county commissioners; bare
decided to 'have the minutes of all
I ,,10 meetings published in the Inverness
'- : : \'' ,1 '- old,Florida! She's the tail that'wags the dog; she t* "the, Chronicle-and, a contract'to that -effect
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finger'on ,the map of the United States that points to prosperity; In has. been made._\ .
,' ,. the anatomy of states she is the thumb, the equal> oi all the rest Th4 .
Leesburff Commercial
ONEfliU4t' '..- ." combined 'and which- alwaysa
): without the 'glad hand of happiness would be most excellent under -the ed
( ; / 'a, sorry, thing Indeed. Newest of all the sister states,' In that she Itorlal" management paper of Gilbert D.-
has recently arisen from the she is fairest and cleanest and Leach, is' ,
now being issued
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.. she : lovelieit.. U scientists are is the-baby.of the family of twice-a-week '
right .publication.
\>, 1 ,states-and allow me-to say a'usual the baby is the flower of
: ; ,e- the flock and as yet unspoiled. But she is growing and developing, Miaminow has a new establish-
0- "N'E" CtJALIzTy? ::! ,'" and capitalists from the frozen north and west are"flirting with her; ment .where the regular price ofpressing
: J: .1 the'young-able-bodied are coming 'to Florida to grow tip' as she trousers' is:'ten cents-and
t,,: grows;i'the old. and infirm' from every state'In the chilly north are .. the proprietor assert that he ; i*, 1making
going-to'Florida4iospend'theirxwintelittieknowingthat: good money, at,the'business.'
they are, to Jail in love with .the state, and .stay on and, on"w.fcninc .. '
the, sun com up out of its glory" in ,the. great ". An "attemptm.d.' :: .; on_Friday
nI1itt >Atlantic, smile down on thousands of happy home and my- nightto,, rob the postoffice .t,DeLeon ;
: Jqckng# :: . riad crystal lakes and orange groves and grapefruit and"greeil Springs. *,. All ,that.wassecured (by
; ; cool'forests;;and drop regretfully down behind the palmi into'' i the burglar wa ,.ten dollar, la
< ""the'placid water of the Gulf of Mexico. Ah, Florida, bow grateful I change- but they'left, j so 'report:
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'"stn' 'that.'no"upheaval'of"nature severed -from the galaxy--of say nQ due'. < ,
$ AlLour afcul,) filvitities;and*lifelong knowledge, of tHc ; states 1, Poor indeed,would,we be without you you! You: are bound: 'to' I I Some?. ? .. :j

? finest tobaccos are concentrated on; this one"'cii reifo-:s.: '' <; ;.J''yeal''us 'by you a Ire firnS.rr.nd'bound to more'enduring n* by the ti4s.of'blood.and.1dnahlp"th.., tie than,that of:'mere earth ties4of ; ingdauy ten placedbn carload*the'scenic of rock are highway b*.I

; CAME'Into."this l I love, the bond' of material and financial prosperity, Wondrous on the ridge makis? Tha' material la tito' ,
< -state, little dream( that : .be the of' being used to perfect shouldert
you you are to playground a tired the '/
1ONE''B1AND, we p4 tHe .utmost quality, I | ; and nervejadedcountry.- think you now that soon all of your paring'wide virtuallymakinga': :

Nothing is too good for Camels. They, are',aa'good,, as:, Jt'a I heI HiILXftXYNOU > IQve1y'pl.cel area to be inhabited, and you may ,not- know that the' )roadway enough'.for' two ,cara.
time I Is lOOn to come when people are to' value 'you at lom.thlna'like Nine hundred quarts of liquor have
possible' cigarette.; |bl.. v .. your true,worth''casting in their lot with.you before It is too been found in the quarantine station

l r Camel Is l aithti late. You have been modest. little sister, and you:have not told at Pensaeola,' and Frank,' Ferretl
QUALITY" always maintained same high 1 .your virtues; you have been, the flower:*that bloomed in the woodland caretaker is now'' out: n\a\ $1(00
a .exclusive"standard.. You canfali} j depend on.thesamo, / solitudes and I will say that if you had the press agent or- bond charged with 'hoarding." Inthese'
mellow-mild refreshing smoothnessthe taste: and rich T I ganisation off your distant sister on the Pacific coast, you could days of constant demand a
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'scarce- entertain the people ,who would come to your ahores. Do'I "hoarder is a very rare bird. *
flavor ,of' choicest tobaccos and entire freedom. from k, love you. Florida I You shouldn't ask me,. for you know I do.
aftertaste. o I've flirted with nearly all your older sisters. Some were fatter Because his automobile stopped oa
I cigaretty some leaner, some richer and many poorer. Some were longer ..ndmany him five times in'one block, and because
''And 'remember tilts! Camels ''come In..one.slz8''package' were shorter. None gave me the thrill that you alone 'can he cussed out the machine q
:, give. Why, do you know that before I met you, dear girlI had with considerable vehemencene-
only-20 cigarettes-just the right size to make the greatest become cynical and hardened and skeptical and wondered why I rro was arrested in Saint Peters t

saving in production and packing. This saving goes 'rr ,was. on earth? burg and fined ten dollar No manowning
"I don't mind this that to' cast In a car was allowed on the
into Camel' That's telling' you now we are our
straight Quality. one reason why you lots and that be it but jury.
together, our paths are to one (as were, not
can get Camel Quality: at so moderate: a price v 'as it was, for .there is a difference, you must know). All true, Because a father-could not swim(
'\ Florida, is this, and when I think of rippling waves alone the sand he had to witness the drowning of
Here's another.- 'We''put no useless : beach where happy thousands laugh lay as children; I his little two-year-old :daughter on ,
frills on the Camel package. No "extra < .-' of forests where the wild turkey calls and where the stately tree Lake Jackson, at Sebring. ,.G. R., I
'' are bearded with gray moss; I think of giant palms and ferns and Smith saw the boat into which the
wrappers!I" Nothing 'just for show 1 wild flowers; I think of counties with their thousand lakes sparkling child had crept drift out -into the T m

I = under an azure sky, their sloping shore green and :yellowwith lake-i-but was helpless because he
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Such things-,do'not-improve' -the smok'eany citrus trees--and. fruit., 01_ gold;__I.think ofwindingasphalt had..never_Jearned... -howu to.. *av*_>, ,,
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more than premiums or:coupons. And roads and happy homes and fair cotton-headed children; I thinkof drowning person -
fern bordered lakes where lurk the fish waiting ,to be
-4t. .. game
.? :their! added cost must go onto the price caught; and, last of all, pel haps,, when I think,.of you I.thlnk of Evidently the assessor; ,of Sarasota ..
or dome out of the quality, those who know you not; and I am just a little 0ad,-for-theynave"missed countywaq not on his lob to any
one'of the thrills of life. Many are they who have learnedto great extent or else' the"commissioners -
Be- I One,.tiling, and:only'one, is responsible love you inwinter, but those who know you best love you even 'desired to 'administer a severe -, ;
; ,more in summer and all the year. rebuke. The increases In -valuations
Camels and
c .r.': n gpr great growing popularitythat
"I'm coming to you, Florida, you sun-kissed, ocean-bathed little on the 'Isellment'lIOn.. ;''oc
is CAMEL QUALITY. ; ,, sister> and I'm never going to leave you. I'm going to build a'lit- cupied four and one-half 'pages'ofthe ,.- .
tie bungalow by. one of your little lakes, and I'm going t* set out Times, of Sarasota., -
4 some young trees of 'orange and of grapefruit near byi; then I'm Schools of Okeechdbee
1 going to fish and hunt) and motor and swim and watch the golden closed county" arestill'
1 1 w-- sre 'f fait ripen under your blue sky And then I will watch the profit commencement-with in slight the prospect of.
near future.The
come in; and then the gold that was on the tree will blossom in i
F r the bank and bring in more gold. Gold,.the thing men have risked i school board owe the, bank'
their[ lives for In the far north; the precious metal sought for allover some .$10,000 onlast's years account,
and refuses to make farther ad.
s the world and just think.-it grows on the trees in Florida! Ah, has ;
vancement. A call been made
; Florida, you do not. know how wonderful you ant I And it is my for all citizens to m.teI. bankable
that I cannot do I that-1 fort a,
regret you justice. can only: say am note to-secure 'funds-the sums to ,
.you.and I'm coming, 'fOIL" b
1 : returned. "when the district is
1 1 -, able." "

'' >i TOBACCO CO,Whutev-S. M.NtC. '" Colonel. Frank-::; .-Pope, aged sev-,

#e .. UH' .. ....... ... .. Evervbedy Who. b-AirbedAdvertim" ....... . Heir -W....-.", .. ta* Valley. Gaxett enty-on Port Orange years on, died S.tur4.y'at'the'at; his home In,' ,
same time that a .'jury "was' being'
. .., .. " ,.. ''',' .. ..... . . . .. '. drawn i Jacksonville'to try i his ion,
. John Pope, for;connection with 'the a
murder of George,'Hickman, of the
,, h offa Palace'' motion picture hoa... De-
cased was a ,noted criminal'.lawyer,
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be. of Flerida-+and died ignorant of' the ;

s s--- 1 r. charge.. .against his song, ' ;

OVERSTATE .tlTT. ';.-_.._
.The cfty"councof Foyt Pierce
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1 avail&Kt dftruSrowers Ing' unit for I lts( electric plant of' 260 *.
t kilowat capacity, when for only $16-
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000 the council could have procured

... ... h. ',. m I O. e": a steam-turbine of 800 kilowat caaaciy. .-
.. oj; : The tax-payer ,of. Fort
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a considerable sum -;; and while the "-

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: J. r4 t .r 1, one-half mil es'long'has
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V claimed by Rlcou A "!
- .. ubt' who!' claim also, (ownership *of 'th*
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: 1 grow o -- ._ >oat.The -net,-valued at-mora than .
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., 'aperiod' :i'F destroyed; although is more than
the joo) ya a fiiw : 'v
Bk eJy..U.wi11: ber returned, to-,
.... It, re.u A ,Son*.','..bo. have,, it h-.v. beea a-
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aie $?F B ssbh C business in that. vicinity",, '
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tlle'"ottJi/' OM a/ 'e'I'Os s", n. "jt MJC1sq tQ TIT, ... "I lt l. ae4C A Y. The editor of the'; Breeze"oldter :WII..tot:

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.,f i. : ..'" _tIO.Mf'i.x11osEy; %L NI.9a sc.l not go'flit' the money there wa4. ; ;ill
"j' bteoa.'o/ rite, sxd"t It; or'what .he expected to ret.'upoAhis
t 0 Htq" riser,
.p4o "P9"iPttfi. ... Cl, v { lJls F; j return to 1tatMor'J'orldaU., :; .he
; : ; ., eM E 'oruw"f'o r.Aie. wah lucky'enough to make the roehd' +
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Iill ft, ..: .,/ 4 : : trip.., The young: ;,meu of. Florida
fq;, ; y.. .P1fP} 1.'fl6. '\ .mAA =t. :';:;-<"' -- ' ' went to warto- protect''their,..nation ....
, h i: ,shI. ... In m08tFIonua.CitruS. Ex.c11itngeias80: :: Fp.pQ from'Inaalod bythe Germans,,who, I
ItooQpg If we bad not taken up arm against
i rp4t : Ait. ciatiolhie J1 1edllced toNaaS elztiitiSdpraCUge,, them, would have.' whipped the old ',", t'
!ioe : 1t} spa I .
takes the garabJ&'out) .of aledtrusbruitprtidiiclionrprodllof -
lvepilieip q@ hiiqm.r1J >> oranges country; and this would h.a t'
'"' ,e t.} .J .=: Unop,;. and | It i :. their'next victjm.: To say. that they:
better flvft and better effo Every ools, grail runt put < -ppn could'not get over here is stuff'for ?fs

J whether not.he.haa..the..adyantD.ge"; pooling a blsineesgbai.r% :r, It is'endpirsediby: .the'wost successful ; did we nor go'over' there. Patriotism ;-
or and the f .in and nothing us togo '
-> .J ar -inghtedgrowers :every section --. to Ute els./rompted' Ml
war
.. Ea P. 'p-o qe JtlW5tpojJ with himself .it.deprived growers: whore;:achieveirients have_ made- citrus.: yW others -h.onlyregretwe'haveh ,

-' .ofthe z' .p!<; ill .with rigtg D ..';FTIi a busteti4retherthan a venture. Join tie C the'high. salaries", paid J those who,

..f a ', }" J .Y fee e: lktis g .lot .,'s Citr : Excharige.? :anChehp: ,tQ.'>;ring' about,;, stayed: at home-DeFuniak,Bre.ssv;.,. X11

: .. ab1 e crop -that.a acel altlpeI'centags E. ,11 : .underwhich: you may,pool your fruit: with .A POINTER I FORKISSIIMMEEl'Her. : '

shall meet with unavoidable grief Auld, that of other : :' r isa'menufor'a'Seuda7idirt, '' ) 4'
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: LIGHT THE KlSSlMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE,. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER, 29, 1921 ./

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HOME TOWNPAPERWEEK. Do you know what constitutes \

Rev W. H. McLeod, at the union PRAISES NEW RESIDENT' .
4 tent meetings, has won the hearts a strong. constitution ? .
Editor' of The Gazette
tot the people by"-"I." masterly addresses :
against the great evils that When a new famUy come into a

af ? 'infest that the bis community.arraignment.. of those make community it their as home entire, it It strangers but natural to To have sound, healthy nerves completely under, ;.

P \ who say do their bills,' together' for the people to wish to know something 'control,digestive: organs that are capable of absorbing '
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evils and card- *> of them. meal have constitution I lt
with' the of dancing .I a hearty ,means you a strong .
t playing, and the abuses at. the. bath It i.. very rare.that. the average newspaper boo.U its own busi- Frank A. Nave, who has recently Your general attitude is one of optimism and energy -

c f ing beaches, has never been equalled norfJTEnt. gives r quantities ef space in boosting. the affairs of other removed with hia- family to Ktasimtnee f
this Last Tuesday night the from Fountain county, Indiana, .
in
city. attach'or'
big audience was thrilled when Rev.R. V Somebody suggested that it was time for the newspapers of the has 'paid Kissimmee 'a compliment in But an irritable disposition,frequent ,"

t ; )4'. Hodnett announced the. namesof country to adopt week in which tbeit 'own business should be given electing that city above any other indigestion and a languid depression, indicate your

eighteen leading business houses precedent and the Valley Gazette thoroughly endorses' the idea place for a residence after having system is not"in' correct ,working order \ IJ."
r who have agreed to close their doors made trips to' many towns and citiesin

for one hour each afternoon in order The date set is the second week in.November,' from the 7th' to Florida Up to the time It his. Probably"''you are not, -eating the proper food.Probably r

i '';;' This that is all right may and attend proper the, and meetings shows the 12th including that great world event, Armistice Day. Mr.retiring Nave and was the one disposal of the of large hia farm-lands the nutritious, elements "qre' not being

that the services are gripping the The official( title for the week will be "Subscribe .for Your Home in of Indiana, and was said to have r supplied to your system in the proper way.
been the best farmer in hia county. '
Town Week.
.' people Paper Was highly cultivated farm -of I ffIi
some :
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the wholesome delicious cereal
t" That Canal Thousands of. papers will join in this event and our readers will two thousand acres bore telling Grape-Nuts is .

;. Kissimmee has nowjrot a cute lit- hear more about it as time guy nn. proof of this assertion.For that promotes normal digestion: ,absorption and elimination .

1 tie canal all her jrefy own "t own. many years) Mr. Nave, wan one whereby nourishment is accomplished: with.
Ever ready to help in any cause that is in the interests of a bet of the large importers and breeders
lit this she hasv-ihe neighboring cities out auto-intoxication. A mixture of energy-giving
Orlando build a ter community better living conditions and better government we of Herefords in the United States. .
y million beaten.dollar hotel but.may she has no now ask the readers' and advertisers of The Kissimmee Valley Gazetteto his herds. taking honors at all the wheat and malted barley comprise: the chief elements
large exhibitions and I have heardIt of Grape-Nuts.: ,A dish at breakfast or lunch is an
canal. Saint Clout would throw a turn in and lend a hand during "Subscribe for Your Home Town it'-

' fit if she had such an 'Improvement Paper Week and boost (for us. said of him that he knows cattle excellent, wholesome: rule to follow. :
in her midst. Even Conoley, with all as few men do. .

4 & its push,and and energy isn't going has no to ,get such one.institution are Mr.infectious.' Nave's energy Mrs and Nave''enthusiasm' is interested /You can order Grape-Nuts .(;any and every hotel, .,

And then the gentleness its coming in' church work, and she will .restaurant and lunch room; on dining cars, on lake '

r. There was no sound of. trumpets PKKTAIN1XO TO FRANCES) OF be a great addition to the denomination boats and steamers; in every good grocery large and '

no drive for money, no appealsto OSCBOI.A COUNTY THKASLHY with which she is affiliated. small,in every chy,town or village in North American': +...
patriotism or civic pride. Most The tax collector's report showed AGRICULTURAL POINTERS i They'are justly proud of their family ,.'
citizens were unaware of their good 110.60 collected for licenses and IC.OU of boys-Who have grown out of
fortune until the canal'in all itsI oolleoCsd tor pulls. my knowledge. Kissimmee is. a Grape-Nu'ts-the Body Builder
beauty lay shimmering in the sunshine The depository report showed various thsfollowing BY U H. WILSON COUNTY AGENT gainer by the advent of this famHy.
balances In the
I the city dock. I have recently received a letter "There's a Reason" .
right alongside funds, to-wit: A the
mighty good meeting of '
from Revenue ________$ 671t.10 from Mr. Nave in which he spoke
It is straight as an arrow u
as Osceo'a Growers' Co-operative Association e w
Fine and forfeiture ____.___ SCSI.SO most
of
Osceola'sl, bow, and moist enough to Road and bridge _________ 14438.17 on Tuesday evening, and the enthusiastically Kiaslmmee
float a small catfish. One thing remains Fair -____________________u_ 969.03SpreiaJ growers who did not attend missed and the cordiality and hospitality

.' to be done; the canal must Tick eradication"publicity.. :::::::::::: !UO.44 6&.8: a good one.' I. T. Williams, general shown them by those W.. S.they POTTER.have met. ___ _4
have The Watcher believes
a name. ordered and II. T.
Paid warrants were ciui- manager Bennett secre
Indiana.The
that he has solved the problem and oelled'frora the various funds as follows tary-treasurer, of the Manatee Coun- Lafayette, .

;' offers Roseypunk as being entirely Ueneral: revenue. _______nnnU701..11Fine ty Growers Association, from Bra- greatest enemy'of child 11f.1. Best Fortifier Sprayers' Peahry SsppBesProkpt
suitable. It is euphonious, rhymes and forfeiture ____n___ 15 and is of the feelings _________ destroys health!
easily descriptive Road and bridge U88.61Specl.l hand information .
n of how a Ask Tear Neighbor He Knows
very successful and The '-
of the public. It sounds as road -"_____________-_ 71.01 vitality. greatest enemy of
1 '. publicity I SOO.OO association as they have' the tape worm ia White's Cream E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO Jackje.viBe Florida
sweet as rosemary and as classic as Tick eradication :::::::::::::-8583.16Tfn : there has met with success in cooperative Vermifuge. One or two doses .
v Runnymede, and no other canal in ** followingwarrants were examined marketing of truck does Get May 20th 1921 Price L ab. New farmhkla "SIMON PURE" sad .
the
and ordered crops. work. Price, 86c Sold by J. Z. ..
t the world has a similar cognomen.In approved paid: Mr. Williams and -.
K I. U uverstreet. "omml.'run' 16.00J Mr. Bennett are Roberson. .. "GEM BRANDS" .
order to introduce the new name M Hangell, commissioner__._ 19.00 live wires in Manatee county and :
t to the public the following song has 1 H Welherbee, commissioner.. 1680 are boosters for strong
been written to be sung to the old A F Rass. commissioner19.00 associations for co-operative the The Sagittarius, or archer fish, ---- -
1 marketing ben-
-. melody, "Baby Mine." Take it home J W L Q Overstrevt McClelland. clerk commissioner n_______ 119.00 4X on efit of the grower. Last season their has prey a with queer a tiny method jet 'of of water.shooting its Everybody Was It Asjlway AshsrtisM Tatir "....." .ia Ta. Valley Gazelle

,, and try it on the jazcorolal Johnston. &: Garrett attorneys60.00 farmers marketed 702 cars of pro-
Rosy punk Milton Pledger, pros attorney iS.SS '
I duce at'an
enormous saving to the

,t O'er thy water's, calm and muddy, T L L R Comer Farmer county care of fudge33.00 jail---- 1S.60 grower. They have found through t.. 'rA t.. "lILt .,., VI.." .,., -A .,., .,., Alit, .,., 1JI. .. .,., r.." t.. ''' JII- ;
i Roseypunk! Roseypunk! J E Bass, janitor S5.00 that the I
--------- experience only safe and
Glows the sunset warm and ruddy, 1. H Wilson, county agent::=: 12ft.00: sound for
the market
I> A Bass, foreman poor farm.- 66.00 way grower to
p"a---- Roneypunk! Roseypunkl _...C.__ his crop is through an _association. .
'
4 And the people come in flocks,.. .A )M Li Chancery __ fB.OO standard i.
UUUh Making a pack of quality
.' Some'with praises some with knocks, .E H Kenyon. ___--_____....=.. 16.00 I brings I
them the
l.ythla Thompson hh..n__ 10.00 goods price. That'llwhat
Others still are throwing rocks,
.. deed Sylvester 10.00 the growers in Osceola county IND.ALANTICBYTHESEA
Roseypunk I Roseypunk! I Mrs. 3 Williams -::::::::_:::: 10.00: must come to if they expect to obtain
M L Stanley _____ _._ 10.0O
Tode Peterson. ....__nUn____ S.OO the best price for commodities.
Not without thy wondrous story, Mrs M tlronson ___r__?__-__?__-_ S.OO I.The grower must produce the crops 1
Roseypunk 1 Roseypunkl Samuel Mont.doela _____.----- 6.00 I and be willing for an experiencedman ,.
Can be writ our city's glory, T) M Robinson for library_-.__ 25.00 to market the ''
goods on a' -
Robert Reldel repairs _n..n_ 3.00 cooperative
y Roseypunkl Roseypunkt'When T P Timmons, r..palr.-.n IS.81'I I basis. < !
our councilmen so true Fleming A: Son. supplies __h__ 48.201 I From all market reports it is a
Got into that awful stew Math Bros., gas and oil ___.. 31.80 I
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It all because of W B Maklnson. supplies_______ 14.SO J'pretty safe bet that cabbage will bee .A
was you Valley Uasvtte.. time warrants. Il 6.711 good crop to plant this winter.
J .' Roseypunkl Roseypunkl! Valley Oaiette, legal adv.____- 17.25Osceola The crop is short in the and < .

Foote .ac Hardware DA vies, supplies Co..repairs._____ 35.68 26.413 '' that is when the Florida grower has And Its Relations I' '
Is Doubting Thomas No Wenner-Sawyeri supplies __ 16.30Joe ,{a chance to clean up. Put in orders toKISSIMMEE ,
Taylor, malnt., Mrs. Bob i iSavagrs j for '
seed at with
___________________ '.80 cabbage once A. T.
Longer C L Handy, commissions ____u 4.89 French secretary of the Osceola -
Osoeola Hardware Co., supplies .80 ,, Growers' Co-operative Association
medicines. doctors for H A erWad DLrr.tC'\a'; supplies.10.8A I I and"save money on the order. Start!
"All and Va \ :: 19.20: ,
----
t' ..... stomach trouble proved worthless in Phone rent courthouse ___.- 14.65 I j immediately to prepare soil for the !
'- recommended Phone rent, county agent _?. 8.65 seed bed, and also get the field in :
a my case. Everybody Western Union .. 8.61
messages tilth
- good for the crop. Dont be /
$;; i\something else and nothing' helped, Fenole Chemical Co., supplies.. 290.6S afraid to land .
,' ill :so I became a doubting Thomas asap Mrs M E Turner, w'k on ct. ydS4.69 plow your deep. 'Turn ..
.' In $ l> A Hans, feeding. 2 paupers 80.00 under all vegetation, follow the turn ,
\\t any. praisedWMapr'. Wonderful Willie Ba..?, labor on poorfarm, 40.00 plow with disc, and have your land ij;';' ,I
;. J C Orlffln. supplies '---_.--I.J- 7t6 well .
," Remedy ..so highly that I bought a L H-Wilson, Increase In salary 16.OU prepared before planting out :,h J.

bottle and I am now a doubting L. Fr ' err of.. ent_ _r-_. 58.27: cabbage plants./ That-'' ?" is half of the .... "v" ." .r. ...".- t, ___.... t 4

k "Thomas no longer.' It is a simple Frank talnment Evans, maintenance boys ---... 6.00 game You clean ./'They_ ale showing their faith in. Indialantic. by lavishing: it withy? beau- 'i
can this fall
whitefly .
the harmless catarrhal preparation mucus from that the removes jnte.- Florida Mrs.Sanitarium Dan Brown expensesfor __._ 100.00 by spraying with up oil emulsion one Cful i and endu ;improvements.;':; A million dollars-i is now being spent .

final tract and allays the inflammation J L ale Ovemtreet.. for 1911 recording: tax 25.00 gallon to 60 gallons water. This make thfs one of the most picturesque spots-'on-the east coast. 'There 11. no
bal--------------- sprty will-also get. )purple scale that '
which practically all Q D Barnard '
stomach, liver causes and intestinal ailments fixtures and record book__1,000.00 follows the whitefly doing much portion of the sea cast of Florida from Jacksonville to Miami which i it not d

including appendicitis. One Q Waters W Ashton.A Carson foreman mule on feed roads. 100.00 19.60 damage The Citris to citrus Seminar trees. valuable today but that which is most valuable is,, the. place where,the most'" .-

:, dose will convince or money refund-1(Kddle Hanae.ll, repairs on truck 11.20 next Tuesday
energy is
forth make it .
xL J. Z. Roberson and druggist Union"Cypress Co.. lumber __n 24.10 and Wednesday with the Live Stock put to so. .
; R 8 Floyd, tnulefred---------. 11.22 Roundup next 1hursda and Friday .
verywher Klemlnn A: Son mule feed.$11.90 win be held in Gainesville' ,,-
State Univer - -
1 Mach Bros., gAB for truck_--__ 19.25 -
; CHILD, HYGIENE SURVEY W B Maklnson Co.. supplies 87.251,I ity. With a splendid programas

/ WILL COMMENCE-- TOMORROW Alvey Willis P .C. Qardner Hall, Co.road,road supplies102.10 work work. :::_::: 10.00 2.60 i this outlined.meeting Every.will man get who inormation attends We Are Developing Natural Advantages -. '

Ernest Qlenn road camp cooky) 50.00 worth going after. The, only dolt
Sore Jack DurnlnK road work16.00 ( will be or the railroad fare and
: vey . ". -. C.L Alvey. roadwork. ___. 17.60
while
lodging there. -
vl and the work will start tomorrow. Moses TInJall road work ___h ''1.00 of Indialantic J
i? Three".un Ita will be sent from then Arthur Tlndail I. road work12.00 If you have some good .crops''', on :_ ;
,
DanBrown, convict guard .___ 76.00Homer farm .
-- your bring to my office a sample .
United States public health service '
Partin road work.____ 59.60 for exhibition.
James .... I have a place t
to assist the state board of health. demons road work 51.60 -
______ for it,, and will be glad to a
Howell Bass road work ".00 show'the
44 --_ JThe. program..)la an ambitious one 'R/. believed in it to the of
Lupfer A p.at""r" hauling .__. 56.15 winter tourist what we can produce extent building a permanent bridge costing +
and aims'to establish child welfare Mike Simp ons. road work S7.60 : .
' organization throughout the Jackson Simmons,-.road wopk.. 16.00 in Osceola.. That''ia 'a fine way toadverti. several I hundred thousand dollar across the Indian River connecting it with ,

State -that- will include in its citi-! Jack Osceola Barber Hardware.roadwork Co., supplies 81.97 7.60 people .la..,the. You north may telling write themjwhatwe to the ,..... 'jMelbounis'proper.>> We are demonstrating our faith in it* future by building -

-Vlties! all phases-of-child life. Refe Karmciv. _..... .
Supplies ?? 2.00 iownhere stiaH sidewalk
G -grow- < -but "show city and planting tropical palms and -
The first will be a dental unit, and Pat Johnston, trip. to Jackson- them'T shrubbery. Indialan-
i Jri vine., road matt.r _______ 22.05 is the idea. will L
the work will consist of lectures and ? tic have 0TtI
IT" HO Hartley .supplies. .._?____ 6.12 Every grower who has rice to' be one prettiest golf.'courses D-th.tat.-Qd' this added to 7- '
demonstrations in dental hygiene. Mid Bubanka, road work____.. 6.00 cleaned for home i3S.ooo( > Beach Pavilion ; '
s The, Importance of caring for the Penlsran Sellers, road work _. 5.00 consumption should : tie. will make 'it- .a reaUittJ. p.r.dise& .
get in touch with ,- '. -- . ;
teeth will be stressed will the Lee Bass, road work 6.00 your county agent, '
as
:, 1'elattoD.of. decayed teeth to diseaselioving. Owen Will Lanler Lanl.r, road road work-------work ___... 7.80 3.78 clean and arrangements it.SPECIAL, will be m.de'PIto '. There are homes built and others BOW. under 'construction in I Indialantic: .. !

g playlet. pictures given by will those be shown and WA F Q Hue McClelland.J'Inspection. Inspection________._ 12.00 8.00: which would do credit to any city in the state. -- . I 7"t"t"tJH

up B L .Overstreet, INDUCEMENT '
. y the unit;; The making the J M Hansel. Inspection inspection.3.00______ 8.00 OFFERED ON WEDNESDAYFOR w You ire familiar with,the growth of Miami*Beach.'.Palm Beach and -
work will be realized when it is re'teembered I H W.th.rbee inspection0. 8.0 -
that the examination of David Bass; road work _______ 17.60 -MOTHER 0' MINE" Daytona..t3e da. Now watch the growth of Mclsouros Beach or Indialantic
: A 8 ... .
Gilbert, supplies ...... 4.60
school children: in several counties J 0 Qrlffln. work on cage...__ 8.25 By-The-Sea. I
' last year revealed the fact that defective Smith Bros., road work..__._ ....8a Manager Eades, 'of the'Casino,'an- ,
teeth was first on the list of Johnston road work______ 91.90 nounces that',every .mother accompanied -
We
e Engineering. k.w. Record legal are now selling-Jots in blocks or singly at figures which will enable ;
defects found. About; 80 percent of notice re-sale of by a son of 18 years! or older, ,
e- s all children examined were found to W O.Hanklns. lumber bond.91.10 i-.-_--- 60.0 will! be .admitted to the. Casino bypaying you to double>dur money-within the year. Don't Leone, of those indi.iduaILwho'ii ;
_, han defective t.Ath Wm H Kem ter. amount retellJane ,. war tax only vn next We 'M
i few will look back and tell "
$ The Florida Federation of Worn Wm ed H Green swamp road____1._ 4oe.JI neaday night when the Thomas H. a years your friends. "How cheap I could I .i
I en's Clubs ia aottvfelybfcsisting in John Olddens Kerapfer., freight repairs_ ll.si 76.7S Ince special picture ":"Mother &! have bought this-property, and see'what-it t.i is-worth today."- Take'advantage -' .

t thlsjtnrvey, and under the direction J H Bron.on. In lieu wt. Nof6.80 .Mine" will be stawn. out J
of
C W Rruns. lumber_________ 41.ST "Mother easy terms and secure that "increased value" for yourself. '
Of Mrs. J. W. !McCollum\ president, Judge. Corner, judge juv court.? 11.60 o' Mine" is a pantomimic . ..
.- '.and ,Mis. Elisabeth Skinner chairman L R Farmer, costs court.68.71 rhapsody of the greatest love in all Our office will ir. .
be ore than furnish
of public health committees, lo J L Orei-street.; : costs court::: 10.8 the world-the love of a mother for pleased to you with-any informs I I. "J

cal committees haw been formed Jnnearly L L R R Farmer Farmer; cost servant Levi at ease.7.76 Jsll_ 11.00 her son. One may cry a bit, per tion, and will arrange for you to'in.pedbe property if you so desire. "

" ; I ; ;: every community to help L R Farmer, feedingprisoner. T4.lt haps, but through, the glistening .0 i'
, make ,this work permanent. Jesse D Xlelnman. court stenorrapher tears will shine a rainbow of joy and I ',
'i
S' (Tracey ) _____.
i r Jessie D. Kleinman caae, cost?Brow- (.00 good cheer; for, as a ,mother's heart ,

, 9 LIVESTOCK ROUNDUP TO ard Tates ease __________.__. 8.60 radiates the blessing_-of faith and - --- 'n. 1t '
I. R Farmer cost Broward undying.devotion, ao does the
HEAR EMINENT SPEAKER Yates _,_._ !.._ S AS production
"Mother Mine"
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f':Tn -- o radiate that I
Jessie D cost Burrell > '
e 'The Need of Team Work'in Agri Yates case ____-__._..._ 1.IS understanding! and aimpU. hamanesswhich INDIALANTIC: SALES .L A
l. eulture"wilJ' be the'lubJeet of ,anis It Tates R Farmer, Coat Burrell brings the world together' as COMPANY
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case
Jt OS one, with everlasting contentment always ,
address by H A. Morgan; presidentf Rowland Thompklne.. witness_ (.'0
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rw the Huntslngrer. .___ beckoning: and 'waiting' at the .. .
University"Tennessee,- at SB wlto..I ..10 } t _
.b th. Livestock Roundup, University Ed Davis, witness __,.__.___. i.SO end '* sales ../' I
Llssle Davis, witness Managers IGssimm.WSalesmens'VFRNON
,' I.SO i .
i". l Of Florida, on Thursday/October Milton Pledsrer, oonvlctl ftIees '
JO.OO '
; a' This J L . REPAIRED THE CLOCK D. 't.t ti .
cb : Information 'is made public OrerstreeV-payroll .of road HAVENS'g '
the ,,_iZ-.i.. .. .. ,- R. P. WHrIE
,,"; 'f officials who ." .San* .. DO.M '
are arranging Hark ,the Merry chimes'
HENRY
-Hu. ''program'.'and 'will'conduct.the.meet- :w'. :'in'pr.ad tied rmUwo. each boor'and oft,betimes Dierry;j1'one hun-Oil .j : -".,' .. .'. tJART.. . M1 E.;.G. ;PEfIiBONE''' I y,AI.I'
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.;W: Ing. .The speakerJs. the fore ...' '
; 'I among dred days '''they: ,.ban been '
lledon, t egglda'and the .laUe."ft weary) .. I .. . lr .';'1. : ::,;
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leaders .. -a.
wost .
-In.Tthe agricultural clerks..aDd teUitrs' found it drearY: ". -' "ljl ........... .. ,.. :
;' :':: world: .Few men'; have 'devoted :'as (.CM QUI imi F.rar Teak Later he _v\ a,, ....,D Hllt'. REALLR'RBAL'IT' "" r ..
"' i. cam* { expert fixers to adjust ... .. I8.<<'A'R .1 > ,
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..( time and effort to'upbuJ1d- ; = ;- the tnnesome mixers... The Bank Ot.. '. ,' ''I'. ""-:' _. '
'i * A bas ot :gold 9 inehaa 'lon and eT4sp&a. s . :>== I.1IS5IMlla .. ''.;:
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.... southr.sgrlculturaUy, as ? of Osceola aowv has cleared p-'the ;'o._ ; ,11S..wq', _,' "
."'. ,,1\. ....services to'the' farniars t 1-2 inches 'from $8- Frown front-every brow and TOWS ', .1 "' "I 1'1ff' , '.' -. ",>t': .H.t: ; ,, I. . ..... .,
.: ' accord .:. : #:: ; \
t riodof OO to $12 00 onaity J
cover a p ,; thirty.. the the chine hall never cease if funds. : :
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.E Funeral Director. i. NOTES. ,FROM THE .HIGH .., _


\NLICENSED I '

AlLIetk. .Netes I It wore his sword .and' was handsomely

(EMBALMCR ----f*- attired In full uniform "while .

; 1 This' 'promises to be a good leaf 1*Grant," he announced, :t'had on, nothing -

Store .and Chapel Stewart AT*". for, athletics) ,In O. H. 8U judging .i but .n old rugged union' suit!." PRINTING

KIS8IMMEB. FLORIDA from the increased interest, shown by '
the students over last year. On TAMPA TIMES IS'

Tuesday, after the opening of school, SPENDING .MONEY .

F A. MARTIN'5ffD Y'JACKSONVILLE < the athletic association was much
.. ; eel with Jo."Sears chosen president; In newspaper ales there 1s ,. ,

FLA: > Donald McKay, .vice-president; TheU comment on .the way: that the Tampa 1\\,

Oldest. and Largest Seed. House ma Sutton, secretary-treasurer. ; Ruby Daily Times sypends' money. for COMMERCIAL. BOOK AND POSTER '
U 'Florid Oliver and Louie Campbell, business -, news and features. It is' the only ,

'FALL CATALOGUE manager Up to date about FJorlda-dallJ, : that prints the famous
David Lawrence letter In additionto
[/ )[&rthf'* J Fall Seed Price-listU 1. ; sixty students have joined the asso- ; "
now ready. Writ for It, Mar- .elation, and it is anticipated that ] 'the Associated Press, the Times Isbuilding HERE-if other ;i,investment that,bring such tart and con '
tin' D.itorlpUve Pall Catalogue within a few weeks' the membership I up a highly expensive special !

will. b.* ready lntrat In a f.w In day.Florida Eve',_ ,will be greatly Increased.'' The prln.: news and feature service, in its r etanf profits a* printed.alema nhlp at wedo, .it. TIa.,.. i* r''

Fait ryon Crop ahould avail th.m4 cipal called a meeting of the boy effort'; to publish a newspaper that no other'method of getting business .o Inexpensively. Whil.'r
i **lv** of Information contained''', ''for the purpose' of organizing a will be Interesting to every memberof
In ths booklet "--Supplied. football") teamThere"was much Interest the family in. homes all over. you are thinking.of a plan of campaign yott may be in need of Bill' *
to thoee who send In
on request, .4 shown but investigation Florida.J 'h.ada Statement Letterhead Envelope Looteleaf Device R. tc.iptBooka
(.heir name .promptly.. Writ upon *
|r; It ,,today., :', >it, was found 'that' there would have Besides 'Times'membership" In Label Now i. '
to be a great,outlay'for materials, so the] Newspaper Enterprise< 'Aeeoda-: or THEKissimmee ;
'football' was abandoned. It"was de- tion' which fa. known alone of the the time to follow in thefootttep '

; J',elded to go ahead and get ready for,?most complete news and feature-." of- that
of /u/
VBOTER:, L. B. ROBERTS .the basketball, sea lIOn. As the basket dicates in ,the country, it gives it"". army .ucc.** merchant Valley Gazette

J I ball courts were ,in ,bad *condition_ readers the-beat, comics'' obtainable CJ who."art; in making for

having -grown' up 'in-weeds-a committee -.. ]including "Mutt and Jeff," "Bring.lug . tune forthemelvet.buildingap

loyer :&. RobertsN ; was appointed to see that the up F.thert-and""Doings'oMhe =- "'' .. (HDMLDE. :. ool1J.RJNTlNcr.)' .'
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!:courts were put [ft shape.' This week J JI Duffs the great' tnduttrie* ;*o rapidly. 1;. I -

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printing.
CJ u* your ; -:: f'I1ONI.II: .KIe"I"MMIE. I .LO..IDA {'
we1 its* and woman'spage.
:iutl"a. sporting
: want mONt : ; and.they are now, in fairly page

ave' prospects 'for': .Homes, Farms, good condition. It is understood that ] .These'* features, 'alone cost

'"' basketball practice will' begin' at an them an enormous sum.',
.oming-houses and Hotels. J I'earl,.'date in order that the teams In all Florida' homes where an interesting

ompt- attention, .courteous treatment will season be .opens.in'the best' of trim when the appreciated and'the complete Tampa 'Daily Mmes r1T-T.> : O -o <> < >- 0 zo:> <> <>II -

and,"Live and Let.Llv..priee.i I In the meantime there will be should 'have a place. .. . 1,
I :
'[,match games between teams of the The price of a-.j three -month's' . subscription .
BOYER a ROBERTS ,'various classes of the 'high school. is $1.75.

118 Broadway KISSIMMEE These interclass game will, be ex' Orders should be sent- to the Tampa ADVERTISEMENT iI.(!I NOTICE TOCREDITORS-

cellent practice for the boys ,and 1 Times Tampa.Florida. tf LEGAL ,l C..rt ., t" C.; ;;; .......:o..eNa

girls' besides furnishing the funds ''I ,i I' C..y. stab"; ., ..I......

needed later when 'Klssimmee' ZACHARY TAYLOR AOT1CK TO UlUUtCHS. In r* Estate ;of Josephine Law.
teams will be matched DEPART $EYT UK THB INTERIOR To .U Creditor, Legatees, Dlatrlbu i
If We. handle .all classes of against other If, as one of ten''hears history does '- Notice la hereby given that bids'willbe I l' tees and alPo..on.. having Claim
teams of the state,, .There- are a repeat itself the successfulgeneral If. R ,Land Office at "Oalneevlll. FlorNOTICE '- received by the Board of. County or Demand against said Estate -
number of players who "made the stands a favorable chance of becoming Ida. Auirust 17, 1 Commissioners" of Oaoeola County. You. and each of you, are hereby'noticed
i.1 nth.t Edward Florida, to and Including 10 Ju M. and required to present
.team" last year, who will be here hereby given any
'1 I / president. Washington after the 10th October, A. D. 111. claim, and demands which ,
: Real Estate Iagain it' A Bowen. of Lousjhtnan." Florida on day of you or'
and is
hoped and believed the Revolution; Harrison, after the who. on January IE. Ill* made at the of nee .of the. Clerk of Circuit either of you may ... th.'' f
that under the instruction of such I Battle of after Homestead Entry No. 0110/.for WU I Court of said County at Klsslmmoe, estate" of Joaephln Law.gdeeea*..d.<'
fine coaches as C. H. Rice and Miss Tippecanoe; Taylor of 8WV4 Hectlon ::118 and NEIL of SKVL.Section Florida for the purchase of Eighty late of Oaceola county Florida, to theundersigned
the Mexican w.r.nd after I ..administrator
; Grant 27. Township 14 8.. Rang'TT'E Thousand $80.000) Dollars' worth -of of said
Wyckoff' Osceola High will turn out. the Civil war all occupied the presidential ., Tallahassee )Meridian has nlcd i ( percent bond being Special Road estate, within two yearn from the A
Fire Insuranceand two state ehampionlhteams.\ chair later. notice of Intention to make Commutation and Bridge District bond In and for date hereof. ,
sooner or Proof to>> establish claim to the i j I of Florida; Dated August-IT. A. D. 1 11.
I I Grammar School 1 Enrollment{ Zachary Taylor, popular hero of land above described before Clark i j'ald bonds to b* sold tin partor a* a JOSEPH DAVID, '"s
the Mexican war and the twelfth Circuit Court at Klaslmmee, Florida I whole. Further 104 Administrator. .
on the 8th day of October till. to the aald bonds may be obtained at Park Btrset Klsslmmee. Florida
of United
the States '
'r The grammar school department ,president was! Claimant names as witnesses: ,' the office of Clerk of Circuit Courtof 1t.1t.,
RentalsA enrolled 69 in the eighth grade and born in Orange county Virginia November B. A. Patten of Louchman. Florida. Oaceola County Florida, at Kla-
F. W. Ames. of Florida .... NOTICK or SHERIFF'SIn SALE.
61 in the seventh. Mrs. I I 24,. 1784. His father was an Loughman Florida. Certified cheek In .
Trammell W. W. Allman of Loushman. the amount of 10 percent of the bond. -
who I. supplying the seventh B, .is officer in the Revolution and one of ida. bid on must accompany each bid Circuit Court for the Seventeenth"Judicial
'the; first settlers of Louisville Ken- T. A. For, of Txtus-hman, I Circuit of the State of Flor
--0- leaving this week for her school at Flor-I Right reserved to reject any and. Ida. In and for Osceola County B.31.
,
ROBT. W. .DAVIS _
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all bid
Miami Beach which will. leave this 'tucky. In that farming frontier life, ...It .. This the Ith day of September A. Owen. a* Receiver of The Waters 4k.
division without a teacher. I{ the- son had little opportunity for for D. Ittl/ Carson Grocery Company, a' corpora

Notary Public in 'our office The eighth grade is badly' in need 'mal education but he did acquire certain IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT OB- J. L. OVKR8TRKKT tlon, plaintiff: To, D....W.D Alderman w. Ald.rmanL and-all defendant

of s bookcase for itslibrarywhich _,valuable traits character, such CEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA in1 thoMetterofthe . Clerk of Circuit Court of whom It may concern Notice Is.here.
ICMat.of.Ilexander } -4t Osceola County. Florida.
--000-- contains about 126 volumes. This,, i as resolution and power-and endur'ance. ';; Edward Whaley- Deceaaed.. by riven, that mentrrecovered Iin.the

library is a great help ?(o the students i In 1808-- on the death of his To: Nancy T. Whaley. .. NOTICB TO BIDDERS a Justice a'f .the.Peace Court, "First District ?

of the eighth grade and should brother: ,. Taylor received his commission Fiorlda'i; Thomas Lee AVhaley,.. NotlO"1! NOTICB'! : IS HEREBY' GIVEN that In and for Osoeola, County,
orlda Breta T.
"be kept bp all The teachers : as lieutenant. He rose rapidly) : Florida by the said .Plaintiff a B
up means. .' simmee. Florida Cecil B. bid. will be received by the Board of Owen a* Receiver of. The Water *
of this grade are contemplating from: captain(1810)to( ) major throughhis Claelmmen, Florida: Thelma C, Wha- Public Instruction of Osceola-county. Carson Oroeery against the- v
Nelson Realty 1 Icy KIsBlmmee Florida) Henry. C. Florida, up to and Including Saturday com&.ny. ,
having an entertainment In the near gallant defenMof Fort Harrison said n,- entered '
haley, Klsalmmee.. Florida: Newell. October 19, l'll".t 10 a. m., at in .t'd..j'dD3; : .ticf't the Peace
future <> supply this, need. If. pii:,against i the Indians under, Tecumseh.At. U. Whaley. Klaslmmee. Florida; .Alexander the office of* the superintendent of Court on the ITth day of June'A. I>
ano can be rented the eighth grade .the close of the war of 1812 he El. Whaley, Klaalmmee. Florida; public Instruction In said county, at 111. In the sum of MT.IS. whlch.ald
Company this year will organize a literary' society 1 left the army; only to return again and all whom It may concern You Klsalmnsee twelve ,thousand Floridafor the purchaseof judgment was docketed In the Cir' +
dollar
are hereby cited admonished and notified (111,000.00) cult Court of th. 17th Judicial Circuitof
I Ii i 1 two years later. As colonel in the that a petition ha. been filed In'' of "eight", (I) percent time warrants- the State of Florida, In and for
I! i Black Hawk War, he was the officer tho above style cause on the 8th day said tint. warrant to be cold la partor Oaoeola County. on th* Itth day'of
i latenaediate Ear u..eat I to whom Black Hawk surren- of September; A. D.- 1521. to the saidCourt .or a whole.Further A. D. litl. and under' and '''by
I 'for an order allowing;: the ad- I 1 I Information In regard to virtue of the Writ of Execution Issued
dered. When the Seminoles in Flor- m.lnlstratrlx to take possession of the said time warrant. may be obtainedat on th*. said docketed Judgment
The .enrollment for the intermed- ,ida to.. office of the Superintendent of ' i
grew dangerous, Taylor was ordered following described, property for the dated 11)21, undersigned,
WEI MOVE THE [EARTH! lategrades at"the beginning of the south. With' the-rank of bri. payment.oL debts and aa assets off(' Public Instruction of "Osceola county a* sheriff I of Osoeola County. 'Florida.
Flnrldsr Klssimmee, Florida
school the of- said Alexander. Edward has-her.tofose--levl.d -and .will,
was 236. Everything in'' : estate ott.n' w
Or ,Anything Oa Top The: ,Earth this year is |gadier-general he was put. in command wha .- deceased, vlat 'I I Certib.d check In the amount on the Rule day In October A. D.ISM. .
department running smoothlyso of the United States forces in WK of SKV4 oC NEIL of Section ', (10) percent of-the bond bid on mutaccompany vlst The Id day of October, A.
far-although there ian over.. ':and IS w.n.blpSOuth.., Rang 29East. each. bid. ,. 0 D. 1.1t. between the legal hour of
YOUR HOUSEHOLD'GOODS flow in the fourth grade. Some of Florida finally of the department : I -Right. Is reserved .to r"J.ct. any or ale In front of the court house door
of the southwest." Also'beginning' 406 fet all bids Klsslmmee.... OsceDla>> County, Florid )
the still at a point I .
Or Anything That .Can Be Moved pupils are without desks His ef I This fhe lId day of September. A. *, ,offer for sale and wilto tb.hl"h.at +
and the teachers for"re !!'- greatest' fame came through east of 8W% of NKU\ of NBVi 1>.' UII. t ,
are hoping Section If, Township M and beat bidder-for cash the
his work in the Mexican war. This C. B. YOWEU- Interest of the said D.Y..' AldermanIn I '+
.lief soon. Range-25 KasU Run thane
Get Pour price before having your war rose from the disagreement between lIe feet,: thence East 110 Superintendent of Public I net rue. the following described property
8outh'j tloH ''
) Osceola County Florida.NOTICB located In Oaceola County Florida.
Prisaafy Texas and Mexico as to whether thence South 110- reet'th.no.
done. '
DepartaeatThe1 414
hauling the Rio Grande or the Nuecesshould lit feet. to point of b. vise Lot Four. <4) and Seven (T) of
Block Fifteen (11) of-Johneton Park
---- of 'j
Also Iota 7. 7H s and 10
primary department oL school be the boundary between the 17 ot'Kissfmmee' .' Or HHBRIFI--S .SALB SubdlTUIon of the Town of Klealra I ..
W. H. JONESJTRANSFER COMPANY sections.: Throughout flbe Ma Which real. eatat belonged t& deCfdrnt I I me. City Florida. This the loth dar
.. started MondaYr September l2. with war, County Court, 'In and for Osceola' of August A D. ,,. '
fHOHSl3mt 209 l.d. Of this number jor-General Taylor seems to havebeen !' ''at the time of his death. Also County, State of Florida. Oaoeola. JJ R. FARMER. , '
All of lot Two Section
w .- .., Osc.sls/*,rA.ar* c..' .79 are enrolled in.the Bnt. &'!'Ide.' | handicapped by the authoritiesin ty-two. Township(1) Thlr.i HardwareCompany plaintiff, vas H. K. ,Swaby a corporation A* Sheriff of Ooeola, '
defendant -
(11'0 :: Sl-tt County Florida.
,,,- This, department' is again .under Washingtonespecially, by President 'South.nans'* Thirty ) To H. B. Swaby and all whom It may
the supervision! of Miss Emma Yow', Polk, who' disliked him for his except:: beginning at the Northeastcorner concern: Notice IN hereby given. thatunder ,,NOTICE' TO CQHTBACTOHa. '.

; DR.. R. J. DENNING I|'I ell, who has long been a'worthy supposed whig politics.. Finally South 110 0'.14.lot yards: thence. and West running 110 :' recovered and by virtue In the of'a abov certain case judgment by 'Ia ; : thai ,

I teacher in our school 'It may be when a large part,of his troops h.dbeen yard: thence North 120 yard; I the said plaintiff against th*. said de ; be Notice. received hereby given bid* will
by the Board ,
DENTIST j prophesied without fear that much withdrawn to support General thence East uo'y.rd.. to the point fendant entered on the .40th day et Commlaaloner of Oaceola.of County. "
I I I Swill be made in. this Winfield Scott in .the Tatter's march of beginning. Said Lot 1 containing 'August I A. D. Ull, In the cum of Florida to and Including County
Over th...Postofflea.HOURS. progress department M acre*,' more or less: .fortyIx ; 1121.11 and under and by virtueof up o'clock
O.-ICB .' a to 11:10. ids.: ts 8. this year. I on Mexico City, he was attacked by -(..) -acres, more or less, being. the execution issued on said Judgment A.D. M on the 10th dar of October. A*
at the.
111 of flee of the
Essrldeaica.......' 174- .I I I a force of Mexicans far outnumbering by this deed surveyed. I dated the 10th day of August A. I>. Circuit Court of said County,Clerk at KlImmee of*- t
1M.a Large Attendance his own at Buena Vista, and won I Also decedent' Interest In NU of 1.11.,1141' undersigned. a* aherlff of Florida.-or.the building and
..7'Otte.F. I Lot One Block Twenty of 'W.: A. Oeoeela-County .'Florida. Jia* heretofore s'
construction of
at greatodds" a 'decisive victory. Patrick' Addition to Town of Kls levied upon and will on the Rule approximately mix-
The attendance at school this simmer City. All of'eald lands'being dar In October mil of road orany part thereof
s year"Old Rough and Ready" became so } via: The aid S1s.elai,
l.-1."J'Uh road located
_. ls much larger than last. When I located In Osoeola County Id day of t between being In. a.,
; much the popular idol that he re- State of Florida )the-leg al hour. of sale In front of the Road and Bridge District Number
M. TILLER 'chapel opened Monday morning ev-}jceived the nomination for president.o.er You are hereby commanded to appear !court house door In Klsslmmee] 0.ola .-. Three, Oeceola County Florida.. r+
.:. try.seat. was taken and some of the ) such 'well-tried men as Clay on the nth day of October A County. Florida, offer for sue For farther Information In regardto
students had to stand while last U. 111. at 10 o'clock A. M.. to answer and fell to the highest and best bld- the said road and apecKleauon
and Webster. maybe obtained at tb. of 11_ of. the
.Real'fstate.AlelCY. J said -er-for cash, the Interest.of said
petition and show If , the
-year there was room-for all.- 1 I The buming'questloq-orth.-poriod why--said 'petition should cause not any*H.--E. .... )- ---." ..--- iWe were delightfully entertained was the admission of slavery into ed. WITNESS! my name a* Judge of '.d property located In Oaoeola Coun. County at Kleilramee, Florida "
and sold. Monday morning by Jeff .Wall the the Above court and the seal of said ty. Florida: beginning at the Northwest Certlfled check .In amount of 11000must
, Realty Bought the territories being created in the accompanyvach bid. -'flightareserved
at the Mr. pia.eda Court at Klssimmee Florida, this the (NW corner of Lot Three (3) .
tent. Wall
'Houses rented. singer west. Taylor's first message was Ith day of September. A. 1>. 111. (of Block "H".of'W A. Patrick's Ad. I totreject.any and all bids' b
trombone solo and after the school T. U COMER. dltlon to 'the Town of Klsslmraoo Thl th* ;Cth, day of September" ,*V s

:Taxes "paid and Titles. verified -. ; ::'had sung the national,''anthemhe ',eagerly that be, awaited.-would favor Many slavery had, hoped since As'Judge of the above-- court.i' ,City.Baal Bovcnty-slx Oacaola Count nlfeet.Florida, South run r*. UI"'i.: .*I.j OVKRBTRKBT.! : ; *,
"The Slave and the (County-Court 8..1)-. 3f-4tNOTICB .
for deDta.. sang Song, one-half Clerk County C Cwnml..lo"
Doa-ree ; he had a plantation of his own, but Fortytwoand (f.%) feet; :-*; f
beautiful old song, "When'' I See Him West Seventy-six. (ft) feet North S4t Oaoeola CODnty."FI.rld... .; vWOTiCR
Fire Life and Accident la- Instead ha the i'admtssion Gr .APPLICATION c
approved
; Face to Face FOR TAX (Forty-two and one-half <41H) feet to
spruce. of California as a, freestate. .Before DMBH. th.,pl.c:. of "beginning. his the 10th or APPLiCATIOiFORTAZ' ,

-=:-:demni11..BoncLo. . App! date C1fu-Iip_ __ __ he could have any marked. 'effect Notice 'Is -; dar of AugusU A.L.n..l.RKJIJ\! '. PBBD. - : fNotice.is

, :; - "on--the--executivepolicy- .of the Rnlwr -et'-Tu--0ertia..b. -'-. -SheriffofOsoeola nerb';:.Oien.That.tp.l.i .. >
.... .. . ... ....... ........1 The.Osceola High Scheel Athletic country died, July JO, IMO, 'six No. '0, dated the 'ltt day of Jun.,, A. II.It County Florida.' Hanaell.. purchaser, of Tax .Certlltoat t' -
'teen months, after his O. 1.1t. tiha* Bled said certificate In datrd the-Sd dar *>f Jun. A. ,
'. Association wishes to thank the city, inauguration.. my offlo. and ha* mad application i iI NOTICE' TO CREDITOR tto.llII", baa nled. aid eertlflcai In .
a. F.,.KRIB S w.-1., STBED and especially Councilman Johnston for tax deed to Issue In' accordancewith my offlce. and has made application:
, .. KRIBBS ft STEED for aid 'in cleaning the basketball AN ACKNOWLEDGED FACT I law. Said certificate embracesthe i !. C.mrt *4 the v....,. ....... Oseela for tax, dead( to lain In accordance. "
( : following described property alt.uated !S,. '.me eM'I".t L.w courts., I ,Advertising 1--0 more importance ,In t Osceola county Florida, toWWW.io David the following described pro *rt"..i,.U. I
I In r* Estate p. Raven sated In Oaceola Florida
Alt.r.evC' i County .; tofU
.
...__ sriria> Jokes to a merchant than gasoline is .* NH "of NH of NW 4 of To- all "Creditor Legatees, Distributee wit! "
General .r.etIr.a i' all Stat ass to an automobile. ** Bectlon- Sixteen \ VaVlled ...... 43)*>.>rta. South, land'b.I'"d':: or Demands against said Estates of Block I. Patr ck's Addition to Kle- I"elramee r
Life is one thing after another. Th*' said at the You, and each of you >are hereby'notlded City run 8. IOC ft.,,' B. 20 J4!' t
MONEY
Love is two darn things after each POULTRY EASY date of Issuance .of said certificate In and required to present any ft. S. 10 ft.. W. ,.* .ft. B.11 H ft, K
rat. '' Johnston O. P. OARRBTT. the name.of C., W.Johnson.. Unless claim -and demand which you ...r 4h4 ft-, N. ft.; d't ,fU.'Nay 11.
sit CARREn other. 'There is 'hardly any business that aid certlflcat shall be redeemed according either of- :ou. may have against the , fI 'rally ., .
JOHNSTON I will give the owner the to law tax deed will Issue estate of David F. Ravens, deoeaaed. '...n. said land being assessed'aE' : the
., .ATTOnNEYS-AT.YAW I I The lateat 'way of addressing our proportion. thereon on the let day ot.OctoberA. late of Oscoola county, Florida.- theundersigned date of issuance of ald certificate I In P"
'French teacher "Oh Mils-M-Mrs.I ate yields that poultry will.. FrancesBlackburn D. 1521.t'J.: eseoutor'rof' said .eatat. the name of W., H."BaII.Unl_ aal4 <
, Offices: 10,.11' and 12'OsMola. Band Miss-' wl-Grace--er=Mrs, -Makinjspnljr of' Rivervlew. Hillsbo- K OVERSTKBET.. within one rear from the date-hereof:, certificate -shall be) redeemed-, accordIng -, f
I oft (Circuit.Court.Seal Dated August II. A. D. I1. .' ..
t' ' Tough county-<"member the poultry d to law tax deed will laauethere
, Building.! .., I ._. ._ club. of her..county started out Clerk Circuit Court., .. 'OaceolaCounty IT-lt- OTTO; R. :six.ctor. on ;on th.'i&.ay of. October A. D.,,
r Florida SS-St ,
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,':'rf \ KISSIMUBE. FIARIDAI theburning this with 38 roosters .. 1.s ':' _______..:.__t
"The..do&'-atood on deekr'Th year hens and 2 > J. U. ;
., flames leaped, .up around. She now. has all the, chickensshe (Circuit Court IovJJlRBTJUETil' a
> started with plus 29 1' Clerk Circuit Court.. -

; CITY Hot. -neck-'DogilDonald"Why!J -. eggs chickens and and chickens has .sold,thanher.61.21 total more young expenses. of I f f'k Life Is Not DullIt's It-It-..--,-. Oaceola_ County. Florida.--1'. L':

does a black: cow .. . CITY MANAGER: IDEA : :

give wilts milk that' makes you yellow ; Frances; did this. ,without' any'un. IS RAPIDLY' SPREADING .
,MEATJARRE butter?," usual effort. Doubtless she would ( the Liver ... -

;,. Joe"For .the' same'.reasonblack have /'/'done as;,much work with the t City) managers in.teaclotrlnllor. ,

",;t" berries are. red when they.. are chickens had ;:she not: been a>club ..' run 223. American cities, 'The city
'green.", ? member. But; as a club member, she Iue-lif",doesn't seem .worth', ''the living. managing idea, aimed- 'put towns

y, ,Fiscal. McvKi> : :and' t .. " --:........ _.. /'" '. _-,' received instructions from'.hel' county ' ., 'your',best(-friendsannoy- //you; -everything'. '' goes)" on' a business basis divorced ..from'politics. j

'r ,'( Mrs Makinson to Lewis O'Bryan home demonstration ageatayt took 'wrong?- Chance:....;.your. liver U Out'of order .) Is a new Ma that's.'going.:
'Vegetables'Phnc catching ;hlra throwing -:y pennies): special 'prMe in her work .. kept strong: No. city jhat has
'"Lewis 'see >th at Unless yon 6k it 11.; 'thus i ;are likely to bejtr
you t.n. me for ." accurate -records.Hr expenses ,totaled the .manager.; : plan by' popular vote /
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tee school)!l''' ; -" $34.8I.J rse\t :--momnr.", ::You 'eaft t find anything thai hu..asyt'returned.to": the old >tys... '"
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',44r I I. Lewis, :"Aw. Miss.Gracel Wtiy' 'f wfll relieve yon more t ukkly.an4: effectively thasv tam:<.'TbtI" name means-'a:tows eon+:'
} Mrs: : Makinson "Never' mind r A cross, sickly baby' a.,
? sufferingss ducted on,, business principles. Ones)
You have to :stay, so' ;ou might,, as !from'digestive, troubles and r r'I' .t Dr. Miles1 Liver Pills bit western- town hadnt livedwith" 4I

;well', stay: with good 'CraceTMaurice ) '; ''I''of the bowels needs McGee'a, Baby i In its means' for twenty years onto; I" '

itoclc Owners of bones of--and' blooded Bore- I ) Wi1creadi- -- ., a Elixir./! .checks"the. bowels, eases f J 'Just take a couple::when/you go' toV bed to ft:chose a city manager for mayor.Capper's .; ...:
larg.'user' Liquid .
i
.are the stomach'and.restores health '
i i beOer'lathe '
nee" It heals 'wounds,* fecterlna*. ',composition of his own bn'''Qrant's conditions. Price 'fte and 60cvSole, C.: eight.VVouTLf l slot moats. -- Weekly.

, soresb.rbed.r.., cute, by- s' mild 1 Work In ',The Civil War,*":He got:onmat by 'J.Z: ..,Roberson., : .-. j For chronic. t constipation, and.as aa occasional: laxative* these lull., I : iii'fu...... iasHaBaaa has aaj' ,

,pow.r; that lea*es s '"sflgur'lagreal. ; ; creditably, until he reached .1 .fffia.. work lilt s saagic, ._.. i <: >. '

.. :Price; .. SOe. J sad'-$1.20. Lee'a surrender ,APpomatox court; : "put"of; 111 varieties ot.snakes..:.ony17igre.aidt.b.v.nonwas. .,"' '' .Get .Boa of To.:DragglstL' '.,>, 7, # fillet. R.yNi:7eia': .. the. jufkct' M'M : t
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i. 'THE KISSIMMEE. ; VALLEY GAZET1EVRDAYSEPTEM8ER3eD21. -.--- -.. .. _
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.' .. -, In great ''tnte're.t.and. much enjoy- 85125." v the lime, ;will bef,largelyr' in tin "ldsn .1 .0tOO..O..0.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .......... .

' I Both Mr-, William. and Mr; Bennett every bottle. Already Is. the; '
: ment.There was also a program] syrup TAMPA,?
[IN[ SOCIETY'S REALMJ and there ,were contests-all.of which, talk think, eat. and drink,"co- in stock *nd all that is'delay in jt I. C30INC3 TO V ..
1 marketing." Their enthusiasm the is the1 each Sun.ay _ _
were extremely (delightful jn" .every.. operative came fact that the' car'"s The "Banana >Truck" will make trips "
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., way. t< | is contagious. They have seenIt are not on hand. I Tuesday, and Thursday. Will haul freight or passeng

,' i SEEKS PACIFIC COAST I Mrs. Grantham was assisted by work. They know it will work for Cococola is the leading: feature of era to Tamps, or any point along route at very reasonable V '

TO VISIT RELATIVES Mrs. H, M. Breaker in serving sandwiches i' U.. They came here at their awn the establishment ';;... for rights for pr e.. on those days. For particula"J. see. V _ _
Klssimme' homemade cake and expense and they offer to helpus at that<)rinli ar. not tossed about.. No '
Miller left punch. .
t. Mrs. J W. .
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1 ;': : SFEARS ,
E.
yesterday bound forPaisdena where divinity., any time. It was a big day for Os- otherestablishment in the countycould .

:she plans to visit relatives fpr'cev- Those present were Mrs. :II. M. ceola county. hav.JoinecfllnreI secure th4 rigllti.ohandle .this 1108 Mabbette Street KISSIMMEE V _
Mrs. N. C. Mrs W. ,iSix new members drink which has been so widely ad.
eral months. Breaker Bryan .........+.+$4+l'.....
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J I W Bell Mrs. Max Croxton, Mr*. M.', the last publication bringing the veitlsed.; and so closely are matters .ooo..o..o..o..o..o. _

IMPORTANT MEETINCf OFMOTHERSTEACHERS I.J B. Carson' ,..Mrs. F. C. Edwards Mrs. ,, paid up membership to 112. New tabulated, that the establishment is ----.-------.....---.--- :.
., CLUB. R. S. Floyd, Mrs. Leon Fennell Mrs.1 I members are .W. A. Hill F. H. Law. ignorant of the moment an inspectorof p'
Next Friday afternoon at five W. S. Glare' Mrs. E. S. Hall Mrs.B. ''son Larry McCutcheon. W. L. Weth.ierbeel the company .wtll come in and CITRUS SEMINAR: PROGRAM -...

o'clock-or immediately following M. Hall Mrs.! Harrv Hudson Mrs.:J H. W. Wilcox, and W,. H.; Wil make an investigation: And, too,the WILL PROVE VALUABLE

f the tent meeting there will be a I Arthur Jones, Mrs. Ernest Mach, son., I district in which the Kissimmee v Yowell's
., business -meeting oT the' club at the Mrs. Elizabeth Waring and Mrs. J. plant) can sell' its cococola Is limited The twelfth annual citrus seminarwill
1 Graystone parlors. Several items of W. Chapman of Fort Meade.CUARM1NHOMEWEDDINQ. "A SON IS BORN"Announcement for. while other products of the open at Gainesville next Tuesday '.
coma before the "' plant n'.aybe sold wherever 'morning .and continuing through
business must clubs has been receivedof the buyer & Baggage -
vuboth as to local and state activi-. has the masumathe' cococola has Wednesday and closing that evening Dray 't

,'.... It''is also very important. that AT SQUIRES RESIDENCEAt of birth of a son, James Edward, its limits; and jf a dealer in one:.dla- by V an address by H. A. Morgan ....
aU dues-shall; be paid, to date. This the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'J. R. ,to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pound OfIJ.cksollvilleon trict gets even -a- smell,.of the drink president of the University of. Tennessee .

f is an official notice. Squires, 404 Bryan street at six." Monday SeptemberJ26. that is concocted in some other district 'a man spoken of as among V. Transfer
r ,, thirty on Wednesday evening occur ., Mrs. Ella ;Mae Pound is daughter -well, there is going to be trou the most.' able and influential agricultural -
SPECIAL NOTICE TO ', of Mr.\ ; and Mrs. J. R. Gilbert of I
red the wedding of Miss'Grace Viola ble. workers in the United.
. 'WOMAN'S'" CLUB MEMBERS Squires their second daughter to jl: Kissimmee, and Is so well known in I The Kissimmee bottling plant is a.I. States. --..OoC -
All activities ia connection with of Orl.ndoRev, .:J. 'A. I, this city that her many friends'will,' six variety
; Carol Floyd ; ; busy spot for days in the week->- The program will include a -
i the Woman's Club including the Sutton pronouncing' the words .making |be interested-in the affair. f !\and an immense number of bottles of topics each of ,which will be of Phone 23 .. i'

t regular meeting of the club which'Would' the couple husband and wife, In''MANY EXPRESSING- CONVERSION- of the various drinks handled are special interest to the fruit. and
have taken place in next the of small assembly ; of Florida
presence a i, constantly being delivered. vegetable producers .
.o.ooo.o ooo.oo. ..
I Tuesday, will cease: until after the .relatives and Immediate friends .of I Up to yesterda" there has been From mealy bugs and spraying for
evangelistic meetings. After these" I COUNTRY FAIR CLOSESLATTHECASNIONIGIIT
the families. calls' from the rostrum thrins to the cause of fluctuating
practically no
meetings are over due notice will be Miss Janette Squires, sinter of markets and the be lit methods of .
., the audience for any ex presnqJl"1)f1eoeimrreJ'lll'dhl1rthrIlP -Beilding'-4A.
-H--- gi lvn-lft----tb1apaperwhen all activl-' the brld""' o'fI'I..t."tI At. th.. pIano ,upon r marketing crops- there will be much nJtoom Davls-McNiel .

: ties will resume and the same hos- rendering among other numbers the ual feelings. Yesterday at the afternoon Tonight! will be the termination of .,information given those attending.On IPhONE 744 -

V J > tesset who were to serve the October -'WE'ddinmarch! which preceded the tent meet there were several the series of "Country Pairs"which' Thursday and Friday" will beheld DR.R.C.TURNERVeterinarian

U, meeting wil! be expected to act ceremony. The bride was charming-,i who declared themselves 118 experiencing 'have been given each Friday eveningrt also at Gainsville, the livestock ..

; atthe. next meeting. I ly attired in a white satin gown a change-'and last evening the Cnsino-! .-nncL, the last tickets roundup and the) .meeting of the .,

: FROM PENNSYLVANIA- I j draped with old lace while her "go-! there were more than one) hundred given by ,the various merchants wilt Florida. Beekeepers Association; -and ORLANDO. FLORIDA ". -

l TO SPEND WINTER HERE I ing-away" gown was of blue. serge, ''1 who confessed God and His power', have to be presented this evening t" it is, expected that tho tripe] attraction -

As has been her practice Mrs. .with a full attire of the same shade. and declared themselves "'01' Him; have any force:.and effect. The grand! will draw many to Gainesville Office Phone 744 Hospital Phone' f" 3
i Following the wedding I this evening will be donated week. .
Elizabeth Conard. of Philadelphia ceremony j "- prize : next
has arrived in Kissimmee to remain there was ,served m charming wedding 1 WORDS OF APPRECIATION I by the Bonnie Belle Beauty Shop. 8Ub.crl- Orlando Hospital and Kennel
( luncheon-at the completion of | -- I Last Friday evening the banner for the \ail.; Gaiett.
I J wither through\ the parents winter who and are she expectel will which/ Mr. 'and Mrs. Floyd left by :I During the extended illness of he!' I,! prize'.was donated! bv tho Dixie Electric Small Animals Treatedad

here be car for various 'points on the west who passed out on Thursday there Shop-an electric warmer valujcd NOTICM OF1 ,APPLIfATION' 1"SiIICi Board d.
t ,, to 'reach very soon Miss, quartered cOlI st. Upon the conclusion of the has been a continual flood of kindnesses af ten dollar. The winner was : ). DR. R. C. TURNER ORLANDO
the
at Graystone. Lydia Con-
: located shown the hundreds who !' Miss' Ina The do- Veterinarian FLORIDA
I outing the newlywed will be by ,j Phay. other prizes -
ard and Miss Elizabeth Conard Notice I> Htrby GIn that T f
daughters of Mrs. ..rrlveahere' at ,.{,ike Wales for several months- 'best knew herand every day has I ItIt.en I nated were as below: FrasIr. uichn0er ,f Titx IVrllfU
Conard : -
during! which time the groom will new offers from new friends to Special pajamas Lloyd Fleming.Donated No. S42. dated the z'il dnaf June. A-: V
with her-but the former will
....
: 1iie1ii. h fllfd sold ci>r 11$flm<- In mv
could. All these .
look after the interests of Dr. I'hillip serve as best they by Katz Brothers.Pair -
be established at Rollins and the lat office and ha inudu appllfutloii: fir
ter at the Cathedral school at Orlando. Phillips in the citrus industryandthey kind acta and generous offers: have | of k.d* Arthur Donetran.Donate tax deed to tnvue. in accordance wit haw Bonnie Belle Beauty Shop -
will later make their home at been deeply appreciated and will not V -! by the Fred Gilbert Haher- Said certificate oinhritcita: the
ollo*lnfr dtacrllu'd, propvrt "'tUAt<..,
Is well be
where the forgotten.I' dishtry.
Orlando
\ groom In <>mlH r-ountv, l-'luilila.' towllHf : Hair-Dressing Facial Work *
,
tr RETURN HOME AFTER and favorably known. j GERALD W.". ASHTON I Three dollars'! worth of groceries <,K. VW nrnei, of lllock, TI. 1U'I>-

SEVERAL WEEKS OUTING J. R. Squires and family are but ,' And Family. ::.-Miss! Lotti. M. Allen. Donated by n-t Has, Addition to Klx.linni-- ('It. >. Manicuring Shampooing
I' run N 60 f-ft I K: 60 IV.-l K fill ,.,.t. ,
Kissimmee he
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Overstreet recent residents in uooaman urocery. \v1,0 feet
L and little Alta Ruth arrived at their being! head of the Kissimmee Whole LOCAL BOTTLING WORKS I Three dollars' worth of trade at The said latid heliiK, flMneKHcd at tlic. GLADYS M. ALFORD

tr ) L Kissimmee home on Tuesday evening (1 sale Grocery Company--but the family !!| IS VERY' HUSTLING SPOT the fountain _. ]Mary Francis 'Smith. date.. nt '''.URn.'.. f>f .until& rortlflratr. Inth. hl24 Broadway. Kissmmee. Phone t1 Sfe-
name of Tl :Mndtlox (lTnlpi ntilil
has !Wen favorably received! by Donated by'the Central Drugstore. . .
', after spending! several weeks in :i 1 : j c'crtlflcit.niutli' \be Mfltemiil accoril- -- -. *
r autoing through G ollgia. The last the entire city and many warm Few rt'sidentlIze the large! Three Dollars' worth of facial and InK tn law fax deed. will 'IHHUO tlieti" "...1 ii,,,),' Mix. W H Mwnln' ,
leg'of the journey was from Atlanta friendships have already been form- amount of soft drinks turned put hair work-Mi PIS Margaret McNeill..Donated on on the Slbtli .1.) of October. A. l I'. n.'\.ioiiu' mid. Monument, KI...cor......

where they saw Murray Overstreet'. '''ed.' 'each week and each day by the Kuximmee by the_ Bonnie Belle Beauty I 981 .1 L. KKMTUKKT: : "'"*'. 4-tfc

safely located at Emory and the j I Bottling Works-nor the Shop. CIo.rk Circuit ('.url J".1t UKNT--A .
journey at all times was a delightful' USESTANDARD PACK i amount of work required to produce I Three dollars' worth of meats 42-6t C'Bc,..ola l'ountI'luii.U, ll I'. Altihl.ittf Il.inMaU Ht reel Klmilninico.A"pl.t I .

4 one, even though they hit some very the goods in a clean sanitary fash i Beulah Phay. Doifated by the City w _________ ___ S!-tfeF
', bad roads. During her absence Mrs. I I (Continued from Page One) ion. It Is well worth the tinu ne'escary Meat Market. -------'.- ..
4 <> :
!{ IIKVT: Nl.-o ,;
ruriMKh.
ft Overatreet spent some time with her means great! earning in a giveni to visit the workrooms t.i l. am i, Lady' waist Arthur Donegan. I 11 KM ..houiik. ....ping. Lights roma sad
'eister. at Carlo, Georgia. i i I crop. .hen you figure crates, strips bore. rf the varied drinks thnt (no Donated by the Dollar Limit Store. [ tiRlh ( ..rIeIor, ; LRk. ""* UaT $j
. i and all the many things which go tri re. (.lIt-ln addition to the |J'I") j Fine leather bill-fo-M-Lloyd Flem THE CLASSIFIED COLUM "".".'dK. iif. Iaca's..i.. 40.tr "

p, 'SHOWERED MISS EBY 1: into the article you're -selling." .1ap Atlanta drink.and to. see the ing. Donated by the Sanderson Jew F"'ItRIT -Nicely ,!
r".AIII1"
:AT TilE BUNGALOW i: Mr. Bennett told how the Braden- care taken to have nothing! but first-I elry Company.This FOR SALEJAI.EKurMltule. HJi ftn.'iI.ep| ; lures room, flat.*ad

f An extremely pretty affair was tion association! started. They form- chills !goods offered the public. evening! will close the series _. willV.. H lisiris.liiett offlc:

J 4 that at The Bungalow on Monday evening -,ed a stock-company at $10 a share. The president of the company IH I of gift-giving._ __ ____' __ FHR ---. (.,.........,. waHhaturid. ; 4tf
: when the Epworth League They have certificates {)f membership G. Holmes Prather who has :Had the :- rails'stoveif.: ; lillrTii-li ,ulen' jjRENT; Nlni -roont. tWA.Btorv"
!land many other friends tendered a which allows the h'anMient. th? project in charge! for a number of AFTER LONG ILLNESS nil; all. .u..-il. hut In Rood '''>ndlili,I '"a.. furnished house In beat Uontlo fm .
: H..r."h.'Ril nt 111! rtninn ,16'.1:
.. shower to Miss Hattie Eby whose '; renter and the negro the same privilege years. R. Irby Smith looks after MRS. ASHTON SUCCUMBED city the Kofttnfnrf city. Adrtnai Box U R Kqulr.. .,
I 253.
$ marriage will take place on Sunday. of shipping. The associationgets the trade which does. not come directto __--.l.. ___ 268. KlaalntnnI'honc Sl-tfa
THURSDAY AFTERNOONMrs. touR HXL.K. :,-tint. B..r.cl. I...r.l ,1. llcrtruck \'
,
.MI.sEb7 has been a devout worker three percent of gross sales on the plant, while T. J. Shuman has -

tn.tha league as well as in the church consigned! goods and five percent on charge of the) real work of the plan Lizzie Aahton.- wife nt..GeraM (< ofV'IH'RP'IIt..i.. M.k (CnrH.ui mv. for, ; .
, i '-and'this affair was to, in part express I f, o. b. Half of this must go back -and looks after such paro- *. is W. Ashton, following: an illness of Company. J Jrl LIUIIOUII,. 42 210. Kt.s4nm.e iltreWANTKlXw .5

the appreciation felt for the ;into the surplus fund and the other come for hurryup order 'lie it is,1' some eighteen months' duration. died FOR- HAI.K-AU the city 10..... IIOUIK. V
s services she has rendered and the half may: be distributed to the iriemIbership who sees to it that the cleansed !bot- I at her home on Aderhold street farm. and real ,Muti* bf-lonRlnv": to WANTED.ANTKH .

.. high opinion In which she is held. I pro rated as per the' amountof tie are properly filled with the Thursday ..afternoon-h.viIlK been Ina the Wittera. & C'iifaoii. r; .* S.-, nw for artlrulitrn. J To |iurchase hotaSter
goods i
The decoration scheme white [ shipped. But generally they mixture to allay the thirst ,
. was rect "or-I semi-conscious state for forty- ( ..n 42 *"'k-. zubuut Si'itnllonnbl ' .padh'. S.....1.'
; and pink, and Miss Cecelia Over- I[vote it all back. They now have those who declare "pull the cap! eight hours. Stomach trouble! was V to oiiinwt. with.. bIe.ft.... .
street and Miss Elon Guice who had $29,323.18 in cash warehouses and never mind the glass." one of the causes of her demise. FUR HA. lJi-t.IJiistat,1'. drrnn form. .IItoV"..tt... aiilnmign tVrIte, 'rank. .Uke u/:(i.- '.. '

J4 charge of the affair' carried. 'out the trucks furniture- supp1les. and real Of course, there is nothing very Mrs. Ashtonr was a native of thIs cheno.Kiaalmmne: . fall. at IS Mitchell Sin-cl.. 4iuoWANTK1 ,t "'fo

: plans 'in a pretty .way. Choice re estate. Their net gain' this year was attractive about a "plant of this sor .1 county-although at.the time of her V >.-TO b"y an improved farM. j.
freshments 'were served and the over six thousand dollars. And in The stacks of new bottles; the lugs birth it'. Foil 8AL.K:-Tlood mU...Im row. J. \VMiller. In fouthorn' Pluilcln. Ules\ iu,..... !J.'
nearly fifty tlon
*
I shower ,proved .to be many pretty spite of the three percent and five and kegs and barrels of'.the various then embraced in Orange years 'ago county. va At .. ---- V 42-tfo--- TurniT.and J>owpr.ltn..at. Michigan.cash, price.St.,. 41-41. 11'.: '
I and useful article which surprised percent which is paid to the association 'syn.pa'the machines which clevcilyifV FOR 8AI.F1
j ; the time qf her death she was 49 -Forty head of stoic t;,
. /":' /arid 'gratified the recipient. .the grower does not lose because the bottles with the various concoctions and five ,V horses. all bred from audilt. lltall"I, WANTJGIa.Tobuy roodrallk cow-* '
.t! l in years seven months. day also fifteen Jack and .Jeini. J. one KlvInK rich 'milk. Tim prIce. .&_
: f" ";: lR8: GRANTJi'A'inosTEsS9t. his selling. ch.racooperetlvely, is with just enough' 'fizz'L old and to her and her husband \V._ Mlllrr. .* '' 42-tfo must l lt.- reanoniifcle. Apply. too It. J. ,
that much less than it is to indiVid. each to bubble a bit when the) air have elx children been born. Four Itollll'. 821 11o'al i .tr..... c1t)': 43-ito ;\
.!" >' ;, ,OF" THE -DORCAS CLASS uals. .The last fiscal 'year they pur- slips in; hat'. .:about all there is living, and have been In attendance .FOR *4.LM-Vlfti' fryers). Vat to '
;'" :jWThe\ Dorcas class. of the Baptist. ;hassd and furnished at the "know, how'. 'of the combinations are ; be found;,'MOc the poiitul. Cavil on To buy a...1II"e It." .., -
1 except their mother's bedside : condition for
at Rudolf .
Robert
Rollflr 411 'HoyeIphoime Shipment Apply V
f.r ;
1urch quick
.. ;<:j. was .entertained. Tuesday afternoon -. cost 6242949. wortli''of supplies. if Ashton .who resides 'in:. the SIS Klmloimee. 0 to .1. J. McCant., 81 I-rk ".,.,. .tV
by Mrs. ,C. II. Grantham They shipped 702 car loads,' .as Within a few weeks- possibly southern part"othls Wil- V Klnlmm" 42WANTED.Experle,4
county
d with a 'very pleasing "White Ele against 300 odd two and within iaek .. .' this ; FOR HALF) Good 'abll..b..1 dry
years ago a pro
company liam Ashton making his home at goods and Shoe business, : good In. ; la4y '
etesographer. .
t. f phant" program. This was a case something over 500 their second poses to put out a new drink of Bartow; Miss Ruth Ashton, who has catlon; new and up-to-date IftiiOd WrIte Potofflce DOIr $51.
where each J member secured a white year. This last year's shipment was which limes will be strongly featur- been her mother's constant IItn..k111 .Bell. t.M-k at Involra 01\)'. giving -exporIence. retereace-
',elephant and exchanged it with some 257,570 packages and sold for $718. I ed. It will be along the. line of, or- : and Florence companion in- price and leaac liulldliiK. (lood ('a." slid salary ntrf"ct"'" Ooiinunlcation : -
Ashton a pupil
; propoaltlon. Address 4R MaIn!\ atroet
: .iher'body 3-ti
t .L _- an act which resulted SB2.11. The erower received S30R. snimade and tbo "wnqnl.i.< is. that the high scHool.Everything KU lmmce. 42-tfc : -


'fr t l 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ll illllllllllIIl11ll11l1l11l11l1i! II UIII 1 11I11I11I- 1IIIIIIIIII Ullilll lllllill 11I11I in Ullln U IIIIIIIIIIIIIII 111111I11I11I done sufferings--and but of the possible S short patient time to has allay since been she the FOR C.well Howe.ilALM--On"sIngle w..t"In.or doublenplv larne" .tre..t.horn;.KIIIBlm.. work.t. .... f.nOK If you AT MISCELLANEOUS are liAr''n'oreatwi of Ks.Inmime) la imrchaalmr and- a.. "

)'" .' returned from an .Orlando hospital.! Tnee. 4: Juta tlr 4tr 44,, and 4ir Yl.rMa-t.4-, *
= Nature her '" Ad4IU... c..e'i' **
; .I. was against recovery FOIi SAL.E-Cliautuuqua d.-ak : I.rac- .nS'rnV.c acres ? 'laud =
-
.Ii' tor
= but her last days; although filled tically new A icreut help for a > ..aubdlrlslon 'r. Tirood S
=== child at school, Price $5.! Mm Jo d. r 11
p71.7' M. with. suffering. were cheerfully! ward.. Clt ivciiineiit. J Arllt.r.l:: Ins- e!.
- RIVERS L. H. GEDGE M. I. STOUT = borne. She was a good woman-and MablxUte Street tfx trail. Klaalmnn-e..: Florida. 14'-lIx V" 1

e._ 'ald.,,'_ __ -e. .c.J.i Vic Pr. I..., .= the entire county can attest to herrnanyactsof FOR 8AI.K-Wlr. (endue. one 10-foot 'SECOND HAND ( .
I kindness all who Bate, _on"_ 4-fm ski.4w; ,, garage and repaired AThe.. CaslasvlSlit .
to
J,
.
,;. .www -,, --- - ww ,= doom; all Tn .von.l ciinilltlon. Cull -
-- === came to her. .t :223ernn-. strut. Klunlmni' _.__ ;4e.r. 1
ge4
= Funeral services were held this 41-Stx SCHOOL ROARb PIN'E5! \: y, ; ,
morning at ten o'clock from the late MO TII KSMINU! ASUIST a..o('
FOR SALE \\ ,
oodcn' washing .
home of the (Deceased at 817 Ader ; nearly new. Apply 201 Main machine F... Vneluace

Where Is Your Bank Account? .hold street._.___.m..__ _...__ troet. so-tf I II.4 S. Last n-e....... ";' -
1No. I----------------...u.... ( 4
; DEMAND! FOR HOUSES FOR BALK -< one-ton Maxwell truck. 14.. .1. l'. No. I------..____ ._ aU..l'
: .. == Bee w. H MaMnnun. at the store of ,14. M. ,.. No. S--------------- II..U
= "---- the MaHnaon Hardware Company11tfc. 5. H. 1). No. 4--------------- -..4.11 }.
.. ' (Continued from Pas One) 8. 8. 1'. No. 6--------------- 464..4 'It T' . .,;

t .. H a H. No. _,__. _____..,_ ._
C _
the small and
u __ __ ___ ._ __o .___ 3 season at a outlay;: sort. BALK One pair good horses. a." '',. .
during--the-coming- --these little f4iM4n -- -two-- '
year noraiwafron- antf = '
"
The '.t"-----1JI.N..i .
Bank With "be back" usedas hon..-... Pnev. H. alaklnion at the ta...
: V V ;;;;;; homes may "set an while a more commo- 15. 201,16 .
V garages '
k -- the : = dious home may be erected which FOR SALE, For Rent. Furnished a sa lI.n' ISEeP900 .

V -- I will add to tha city's importance. Rooms and No Trespass Card.. 10 hl.U '\'
Cents each at The 180.18 file 4.
: : :fA' ,Ability. There will not be a vacant housein Qamett of(Ire.4tf '.81 .Jt.. .
We to with all the and .111
V ay yoy sincerity earnestness I Kissimmee during the season so t. 4.44 ""I'::
p')1t) SAt.K-One tletm Electric Wall W.r"nt. wore xamlned and cWnA f" > .
V andWillingne in our power that it .i it to your personal individual interest close homed at will. hand.be rented The rapidly more modem- and Plate 1'raatlcatly. ...... At. reasouabt colledOenera. 'lii'oiwn achoul. _fund...1011----110tll..1 a* follow.: ".
-
-' 3 ". === those which lack of the s.tt. price .Apply Valley (la. B. 8. I>. No. I..._ "U_... .__ 1n.U' .,
T V .. to carry your account at this Bank. No one has even some J.tt8AL.K 1 8.> H. t>. No- 2---------------- IS.S3 '
conveniences which visitors much .
8
so 14 J) No. 3---------------- '.11'
lI'on Oue "Nash
need will meet with ready rentals. touring esrand I H. H n. No. 4---------------.. V
: S vtnlfe one Hat n.. UL'I
: to' regretted carrying here have ssv.npas.nnaertourIng ,
ever account
*rH an many = People who have visited Kissimmee ear Roth of these at bar. Issued Bills. were approyd and warrants ,

V 'L bitterly regretted not having done The is here once desire to return; and -thoae who gain price W" B. Maklnaon. City. a.(..follows......1 "" ..-.. ..... , <<-
? JO. money have heard from other of the pleas- s-tr C ?', Towll aui>.rlnt.ad nt .'171.11' -II: ,,:

: ares to be found in the city are anx FOR SALE OR HMNT-Fr! acre \V J Bass- member board ____ 4.ft .'
. ;' V DPOSITS[ INSURED instantly at your command-- blUhing.yourcredit: 100110'; seefor- themselves what Os 'truck farm -located In West. Klaslm- U W H B Vf-.1.11'Hull, '"""brr board_... jo.o '
within .. memberl41L9&-. _
mea pn -fourth>
nlle of courthouse .
V 3 '. V_ V when you need credit. Why ,not. Open an account here' = ceola county offers. hood land; fenced; highly J Miss S Cadet Hhra!* attorney. for boal'd':'_ n.ollL: ,
fh.rloro, offloo
work
Kissimmee
V Heretofore has been fertlllied and cultivated laatyear. V15.00p' ,
V .1 Ilralton. :: :a
= tree from it is to be Cash or term to ault. Will conilder ti ; attendance ofOver $2.55
today> . i35! proflteernd In trade H Ford au liable for truck. t, Htfcfm ('?.. renord books, .::54
hoped that nothing of the sort will Allen .__ _.
auppllea .
: J. N. Parker Thoiie ".. _t.tt 7.0'
.J,'' .it' == be introduced. .Let. it be hoped also Klualinmeo Auto Co.. atoraa-e.. 1.71 ._ "
: ; \ : FOR At.1J-Two! ero'on lie Hihmldt. battery ,. all.It" '
= of boys ; ''
; that some those who shall be .utt.Fear '
." W II Tel l Co., ... V
: ., old Bl' i. velvet one dark blue on. mranHaea .etc 1001a fKiasimnine. t ).,.
the excel- -
z = pleasantly Impressed with dark srreen Russian style white Tel Co.. phone rent .'o -
-- -- ,- - '-'-. -5Ii! .nce-of.th..JoeaUty.-a: a home-cen.. collar nnd euiadej. .Nearly\ Valley".... aam.tte.. Hollo, of ...m.J1..H.tI.u.: ..... -..
new. Apply a01 Main atreet. .a-tt..1TCo"T.UIlJlII..* :z.,
tre ,will-"buy'and" build" that they 4t-tf. ilt Cloud notinG .
Tribune .
== of e.. 'I.xe ,
I
,,,,,
be'assured of satisfactory FOR John Howard repair -
== may a GALJO--One clmloe white wicker sob 10..lt..1I0' .0 ,
home in the 'yea'oa'to comet The investor baby carriage very rfeaaonable; alao J K Sharpy repel 4h'- *-.___. 41.04
lawn TI. Ilawi. Janitor J wfII'ka....; Iou>0
Ice ..
mower.
cream fr
.feel that l loss er. ( "
positive* no
.
may potted ferra. and some Rhode.. Inland Mrs W I Poulk charta-.__... "J.90w..itn' ,
can be brought' about in any purchasi Red chlckena. lira. Marlon N. "' '
-and it ,is-a ,fact beyond successful Caraon.; 11C Broadway, Klaalmmee.H CUhmttn/C.1- nr: rr' .{l"lo'ii; ._JUO '

: BaAkof Osce : contradiction'.that i'there ia no city 8-tfo J I .Aln41.;. Inspector. ( Inapector.iM-tlona.Z.Iect'a" I Sue.OS
: f nil
QI'C1Qun'ty : in the 'whole south 'wbere'the cost ofJupportlng sOR lI m-On.' Bmsrsen T7.rlt.r' (Ueaaford clerk ,..l.ctlon_,,....i: ,,4.$5.
: ; \the table: or the household modal tnree> visible, a. food as newApply D 1. *. 'S. IJ.N.Y..4 1' s, .t,
A Smith. '
: '' :
is''IIes8 than is found in'the conditions -' VVa11.IG..a.tt.. tf n _Tompklaa.1'apeewr1.cIO.II.OO'tnap..tor. election.see ( JIIo w.J'A

V V V which exist in Kissimraee. : 5. : FOR KENT C i- "' .AllAicooif, 'lnspsetor.1equon.', LOll "',
S. There i*. R'reat'and pressing need VUtor..Jil.1"" clerk ,.l..eUo .
.; 1 ... 1Vf. ...... 'V .. .. .. 1.00.
J'' '_ . ,-. '.; -' hundred homes L. N.. a. ... J. J
of room'
one new -bungalows FOR RENTThre i uofurnlahJ Wm
:I.* 'Hours. .9 .::4..fd. .to -s V P.-. Mo. 'cotta s..' or" ';apartments:- in .'.d.' Suitable. for lldht. houwake.pimg.'AEs& Bt"pbell"-B. .. U.ta..r.achoolIIU'.OO Is..,4 V.4 e'i:'<'
1t 1> farnlahed rooms. Presbyterian
r '.-_ '" V Kissimmeej; .'and he investor who If .Mitchell.tr....' lhon.255- -4; chrclt: renist, V +_
-Jun.
.n..haot No..lUII.eo: ,...1Jt: ,
.r. may erect and prepare"'a halfdozenor'even ;
O B
- ; will. Wood.lI.VJanItor, ItCh,. .*. ..ttO I
one- prove k benefittoKissinunee The Bo.twlck-Codall '
roB KKNT 'Two' block frombuaU; j-M iboTfr'.ch.si fzz ".0' &
and the entire. 'Cooperl '
,county.
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