Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 14, 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: VID01033
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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.. 1* SUNDAY ''EVENING MONDAYAFTERNOON From The: Bun. ..lo Time: AVOWS GRAND JURY NEW(,"P PACKIUCHOUSE C .) I

-, In a vein of tronyall.vlated by'a st>rlnkle of commendation, -

1I6il Take Active Part la'' Faro October Term Circait', Court Delayed the New York\ Tribune'comments on Kissimmee, Florida city bf Fifteen .Tra. BID: Brought la By w,.....,. '' ,Activities Broefht I'Abas* .
3,000 inhabitants which has in effect.a set
.r a I.' Made For, *The :Tuesday aa Hoar. la Opeabf by Tbe N..- of some"rules of the road" ,for aircraft.'' prepared to.put' , Grand Jary, -Whicb Make.'So.eVery Through Co-Operatioa of 'Grower

.. tiT 'Etaiaf. Revival. ) Services.. Arrival. of J The Presiding, Judge- ' It tickles the Tribune's sense' of humor that :rural community, Prtue. Satfestioas' of< 'Oac"" .'Coaarr '
way down in Florida, has thought'it necessary to adopt a body 'of ,- .'
e services at the tent during the "3un>rs; attorneys, witnesses, and aerial ordinances aji. .elaborate. as though,, they were made for' New- '''The grand -Jury completed Jte'Hr The first car of eggplant and peppers'to a
week have been on the ascend- others Interested in the present term York or Paris. \. vices yesterday afternoon, made its Be shipped by the Osceola
serles. Wave. after wave lifts of the ircuit court. were 'in place ', report to the court., and, .;disfharged Growers'. Co-Operative Association la
What the Tribune .should have done to cut out its satire
successive crests higher. The before the appointed hour on Monday was' by Judge C. O.' Andrews.There scheduled to''' roll Tuesday night. ,
"_r.s.-ests and power of1' the meeting .&-but there was a delay, in the and raise its praise to the Nth power. were fifteen true- bills found- At. last Tuesday's meeting various
)has continued- grow. arrival ?of. Judge, C. O. Andrews, The central fact in the business 18'not' 'that Kissimmee. is little, but some of'the accused have not as things took place which' make this
Sunday.. was a great day. Two aer- caused by automobile trouble. It but that there is somebody alive in Kissimmee. yet been arrested,' and) the list is not opening of'Kfasimmee'a newest or'

vices Sunday afternoon one at the was eleven o'clock .when the gavel, Klssimmee with its .3,000 population is awakwide.awake-to:: herewith printed. ganization's, marketing '''activities

jlethodistf {Burch lot women on>>y. descended. Joseph H. Jones sties a truth which some cities ranging front'', half million .to'_M. million The following'report waamadeto:! particularly.Lausplclous: ., .
.. < 'ucted..by..R Yi..J _ASutton, and attorney, present. people,.dont seem to be .aware of in the leasb. "*. - lhe'.court 1 -and..was'plated on record.It In .the' first p ace,- thegrowers'do- .
tb other' at the tent. conducted by From the list or jurors the following The time is within hailing distance when the'sky will .be thronged was addressed to JudgeC. O. -Andrews to do what many organisations ;,

Leod and Wall for men only. The were drawn to serve as grand' with airplanes and dirigible ships;'! and when it will her; just as tm- : have done'namelyi to profit b1: the
*nt was" practically full of men from jurors: J. L. Beaman, foreman; A. .4. perative to' have "rulea of the road" in the! aerial spaces as it is now, "We beg> ,to submit the following experience'< of others- and save'themselves b'
rKissimmee surrounding country, E. Thomas, clerk; William Adams, J. ; down here below, f geeral presentments <, ,*, the expense and disappointments -
. !. Saint Cloud ,and other places. This A. Barclay,'Homer Bass, I. H. Bauk-' Kissimmee'' knows that/'Kissimniee. 'cute": It has the lead._ MW) have carefully, examined Into of learning by experience..
,most ser- night J. C. Griffin Noah Hall E. B. : the matters which have been :
was one of the Impressive 1 reidy. The Times take off. present They adopted a pooling system' for
of-the-couatryTn" and
,a.\cr1s\ of the entire'series. The great Havens W. H. Jones, C. Z; Lippin- its hat Kissimmee.foreseeing making ed to us and have found true bills. the season's shipments.The .
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oft 1'ong of men was deeply touchedb cott. T. R. Moseley,, William:, Milar | where the evidence warranted. ,executive marketing, and f
/ the song service. It was soul- F. A. Meyers, II. L. Overstreet, C. J. Kissimmee has only 2,000'citizens but after its muncipal re'1 "As recommendations, we suggest packinghouse committees have worked
irring to hear so many male- voices Rothrock, J. L. Re.ve.-. Roliff. cognition' of this nation's aerial' future, Kissimmee can defy anybody the following:, .- hard on' these questions' and recommended N
Inging the great h mna. The spe- This drawing left of the original to call it a one-Morse town. : '. '"We .have examined the courthouse the,,.pooling system, as having '
Kiafsolo of Mr. Wall went home to panel to serve as petit Jurors Lester Already Kissimmee is "receiving installments\ of the reward .nd find that the same' I. 'gen. been the one invariably returned

the hearts of all the :men, and the Alford Clarence A. Bailey, J. S.Bronson. for its shrewd discernment and its public-spirted anticipatlveness.Klssimmee .- erally in fair condition, but the windows to by'organizations which" had tried d

L large audience of men and boys was J. F. Free, F. S. Gilbert, is on .the map. It is getting publicity. It is being advertised. In the court room are in bad the other ways .-, and ... being the .,
perceptibly, moved, and ewayed by W. A. Hughey E. A. "Neimeyer, I IKissimmee condition as' to cords, making? it impossible system adopted by',the most success''
r "v sweet voiced message of song as James W, Oliver, J. C. Prentis, J. Z. wouldn't have gotten into: the New York Tribune to properly ventilate 'the ful a :changes.A little opposition

an of God delivered it clear and Roberson, S. B. Story, E. G. Vans if it hadn't done what it did. Klssimmee wouldn't be in The Buffalo courtroom. The shades all over the developed, as was ofpocted, for look..

's ng. Agnew. Times today If Kissimmee hadn't acted in a fashion that made courthouse should; be recorded and theredothe mattert from, '.one angle
MeLeod was full of the Spirit and Five jurors were excused from mention of it worth while. Cut In proper repair. <>rhe'ftoon are seem a', slight- unfairness

poke fearlessly the message of his service r Lester Alford, J. S. Bron- The-tiTp which Kissimmee has stride rather an unsanitary condition and in the season's pooling. One .man
;; aster, and God blessed the truth son. J. F. Free, F. S. Gilbert and accomplished at one fromprovincial need' attention. The old .papers and particularly' vehement, In'' his denunciation -

.I nd honored it and hundreds of James W. Oliver, and a special venire nity can do obscurity.for itself to with metropolitan and notice*. proves what a commute documents in the hall should be re- of, the system received a
\. l' trong men wept their ;way to shake of five was orderedwhereuponRoy ginger pep. moved and stored elsewhere. The riproa'ring ovation when lie had >'Ju t-'
he preacher's hand at the close JOt Bass, Henry O. Partin Sid How many who are inclined to wriggle their features into a sidewalk in front of the courthouse ened to all the 'pros and cons and;

,:jeV .the, sermon declaring to turn from Sharp, WL\ D. Simmons and James smile at the adventure of Klssimmeehow many of the punsmiths should be repaired. We found the rose and said: "I belifve'' a man '
Win\.nd live for God and humanity. Sharp were served and sworn. who* see 'a chance for a wheeze in Klssimmee's name--are doing jail in good condition. t ought to admit,it when he's wrong.I .
The climax of children's service The grand Jury 'was put in chargeof 'as much for. their home* town as the Kissimmeeans have done for "We wish to express out appreciation was wrongs I didn't know, wjiat.l
wes: reached Tuesday evening when Ernest Shiver, who was sworn in theirs T of the work done by the ladiesof was talking about. -s. -
they; held the rostrum and sang as baliff. the Civic League in the Improved And that> splendid :'spirit'of' the n

prepared for the occasion. The I Three civil cases were continued OO'O'. O" OO'OOO' 'O 'OOOO"OO"'O'0400..t.ooo... appearance" of the yard around the "welfare of'ail".. put that meeting yb
regular choir gave place to the children bv consent of the counsel. These courthouse, and recommend that the r-
who did all the singing. Mr. I were: .... janitor or someone-else be instructedto Ki s s immee.b

Wall had drilled them carefully and I Pat Johnston versus E. E. Skipper pick up the moss -and limbs and The long dry unusual season has ,
they held the vast audience in the ; $20,000 damages.W. FINE MACHINE SHOP "THREE-MILE LIMIT"WASGREAT see that all the trash is removed .as made it difficult for some of the

'] A trip of the closest attention during I B. Harris versus Fred M. Bass, fast as it accumulates. members to finance the preliminaries' '

..4theentire program. The songs the I trespass damages, 25000. "By committee we have visited the to shipment The organization is ;,
_. littl* 'fellews gave Mere wonderfully i John S. Cadel versus W. H. Davis; TO MAKE KISSIMMEEITS SUCCESSON.HISJCEAN poorfarm and in our opinion, it is I young, incorporation is not yet completed -
elf /Live especially the illustrated :damages.- $5,000. . toolarge and might be- cut down-to ;" and' credit-Is-not1 established.

ones. It was a sight long to be re- i The first as& coming on to be where the land retained could be ,Down in their pockets went a couple
mJnbered to see more than one hundred i heard was { W. Miller as receiverof HEADQUARTERSLarge TRIP kept} in cultivation.We of. dozen of. men who'could:atand 'a
children singing "Shine Where : the Carson Cattle Company versus further find that the ap slight "touch" and quicker than it
"' "- Are," and the flash lights all at the Bankers Financing Compaiy.The to the bridges on the'Dixie' can >be"-written several .hundred dol...
rd shine forth In illustration Jury was composed of ClarenceA. Plant Has Decided to Remove Frank Vans. AgneW 'Writes Interest Highway are In. bad condition, making lars .woe raised to, float,the early' .

::- / ''6 aibly the most impressive part Bailey, W. A. Ilughy, J. C. Pren From Illinois to Kusuamee After ugly Of His New Locatio. At travel dangerous to all vehicles, .shipment< '. .'ic' .

,m the 'services was the tableau an tis, J. Z. Roberaon S. B. Story, andE. Considering Other Locations Belize Central. America and we jecommend. that all these 'A packinghouse.'has been secured, '
''illuminated red cross under the dark- G. Vans Agnew. The finding was matters should be remedied. but Jt needs a lot of repairing. Again ;

.' fd tent, a little girl leaning on it for the plaintiff-\\n the sum of $114 Beindorf & Son are to immediately Mention has -been made in .these "The jury wishes to thank the the co-operative spirit sprang 'f rth '
other children kneeling and .for gathering 197 head of cattle, $720 state's attorney for his courtesy and and ,'
i II d the pack and ship their large and wall- columns of the contemplated trip of Friday moaning.'was<< set aside
eating to the cross singing "Rock for pasture rent for eight months, machine shop from Litch- Frank Ynh who to valuable help and the expeditious !as the time'for the members to bring -
-Agnew planned
'' Mr. Walla and for equipped manner in which he handled bus *'
l Ages Cleft .for Me. $90 dipping. field; Illinois and become establishedin enter buirtnwis:..in- Central America. the' hammers.gaws-.and.'othercarpen..
the children and afternoon came oYi be mess which came before us. i
work to
great for Tuesday Klssimmee. The following letter front V em will tonal equipment 'to the' site of the ,
r th city in training these children to. heard the case of J. B. Butler ver- that is bit of "We further wish to thank your 'packinghouse to put -it ,readiness' t +
Briefly, told a news of interest as Mr. Vans
such beautiful 'feus' Allan MacPonough. This was prove Ag honor for the kind and clear'' manner for ,
: 'wa-e: er a program. which will be received with favor byevery has .Tuesday's loading. .{
l'e' following the ;.songvnrvice where several who -had been engagedin citizen for it means considerable new.Kissimmee a large and acquaintanceship in. in which you charged 'the arand' Jury J i The special 'committe4.appointee! "y.
w amusementsand the of the Candler tract .Osceola county: and impressed its members the to .
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was on worldly survey upon secure.proper .onn.Iforgrading
this and and to We l left New Orleans the steamship I '
\ to .city county- ors -
' of the had their issues for seriousness of the' business beforeus
characteristic preacher -
pooled
was wages SuCiname and packing, ana'loading, war em- ,
-strong and clear-cut.; "The chil- and had.brought suit in one instance nearby points. kn on Sept mber. 10, and, having concluded our work, powered to select amen for the'' varous -,
this : for the collection of the claimed First-it will prove accommodation had a quiet, placid trip on a sea like beg'' to be discharged. '
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sermon sums to be
iIdren will. never forget ngrades put on th. market
to .all interests, as it will beequipped a big lake but with of"a .
rumors
., will no doubt bear-good in to be due. Pat Johnston represented "Rewctfullv. and a suitable trademark will) soon ;,
line of work
i Christian lives to follow for the- plaintiff and Lewis O'Bryan to carry is on considerable a demand hurricne at "Barbadoes hustling. up "JOHN L.'' SEAMAN, I be .forthcoming. It> is 'the hope of ,' <',
to ; The blessings was employed by the defense. for which there a our way. "Foreman Grand Jury.KISSIMMEE'VISITORS:' the committee ,', .. ,
y \ ny years come and will 'do with long The United Fruit 'Company boats to' get a brand naaa, I
away
18 all the city The Jury rendered a verdict for the which will A I '
God are falling over has in the stoniflcant, : ; ,ink>/
that clean
waits for work past are and comfortable. Cooking '
One ia blessed as he plaintiff in the sum of $600 b are'under .
; country. ; ous .saggestions / =S,1., -'
it <
been sent todiltant points good and .outside the threemilelimit = "'Iit{
the and ; ation which .
highway sur- will advertl
: yea along Second-It;will be the' means of spiritous refreshment is served ; \
to God. Another reports a, well as'stand for .first class, ,
mea as ,
> bringing work to. Kissimmee, and on request. On September. 13 'just J " '
his homer and I.
at ,
new experience produce. .
suddenly CITY WILL INSIST means more business in all, lines. It before dark we got to Puerto Barriosin ' ,.
, while at work another has Eight new names' .... admitted/
a-understood1[ that not only will it be Guatamala. This Is an Americanized $SHOULD REGISTER AT ?!
: the gift of God's Holy Spirit as he had and the association which was formed -,
have the common repairsmade place, United Fruit"Com
to purely
possible
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, had before. As'1 the showers Just -five 'months 'last Wednesdaywith '
riciever EVERY LOT moreintricate ago -
VACANT here but the pany a. dirty, depressing place filled #
; !dtall parched earth so God is .28
upon a men prNeDt'now'haa
pieces of work whichh demand skilled with darkey bandits In the matterof COMMERCIALOFFICESRegietratie.
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\ W71] h heavenly blessings upon had a paid-up membership of ..120The
ablor and which have Guatemala Is
baggage-carrying.
the people day and night.. experience new members are:, ,.''"'_ .t
i I. MUST BE BETTERED to be done at some distant point will. celebrating Its 100th anniversary of .
O. L. Alderman'Wait.Broucoe
be handled here in Ktoimmee. Independence acr a United States gun At Chamber el c... ,.,
R. \-.Edgar Short drove from on F8. Cahill
Tampa S. Cason-T. A. Cason
Sfc I Third-it will mean that the "six- boat was there to, assist.-much .to nerbaWill'' .. F.... Adraatare-: ,:
r to .carry home.on Sunday FoBow Congressman Sears; G. 1.SuUi' +
of Police WiH Orders well
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ewing wheel! business which promises the disgust of thesailors..
T \ Mrs. Short who has been Chief : osu T. Every Wiater.Reside van, and Mrs.; Joe 'Ward'Chairman
Mr. Mrs. Council And.Force: AD 'Pr...- I will be installed and carried on 'here, After aa hour or two of bandingout'tips membership' tit r
., : eat;. of her parents, and Acres: of the commit "
ft. ., .s., Roberts, of 609 Sumner street. erty-Owaers to Gear Lot ,thus bringing to"six-wheel"Kissimmee greater and-tan to custom people and black- (By The Chamber of Commerce) tee. has some sew ones up hbs-sleet.., .:
The
cofcesn porters we expended about .
;i'I- Cublidity. Even need services
I if never our
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nted invention of H. P Suhl: *@.oo. Then we searched out- a
There is determination the in Klssimmee for only a
or are
a upon ,Who has been looking for an oppor launch and fled the town by sea, sur ::
'GOMMUNIIY'STNGS"t part of the city council to' have Kls- iewdaysyoushouldprompt'yupoayour TEX'ANSN'Wf R --v :
I \ theproposition
tunlt'p.cing ad rat rmi -y
.--prelient"--rear-"drel -uP" I the rket-aftd, by this rcunded'1Ir.ttmmjnenr'tb; arrival register at the Chamber . ,
properly on way to Livingston "" "" '"
at'a' '
Everyone very 'e.rIY'moment. i manufacture there will be an added across the bay, and we arrived of' Commerce.* 7;::;
have
\ realizes that the first impressions The' telegraph '
p ARE BEING PLANNED4FOR gained by the newcomer to I payroll as soon as. the plant can. begotten there, drenched but hapfY' in. to our-lilt. 'ln locating visitors TO LEARN .DETAILS .
underway. as hearty a thunderstorm >
Kissimmee are the most lastingand whose Klssimmee address is not given .
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-thereis- a desire that all whoocome Fourth there__will_be .a payroll saw,. AtXivingston-stayed -at- by the sender: You'never, know y
WINTER SEASON to this city may be favorably I which will help the city. Just how comic hotel till the morning of the when some Important telegram may ABOUT KISSIMMEE *
men will be employed has not 1Mb. when left steamer
impressed by the environments and many we on -tramp come from a person who does not '

r' s Are Under Way; For n. ... all conditions of improvement.The beenstated of with will any definitenessand "Sansofjuord" Norwegian.Livingstonhas load know your Klssimmee street address. Suitable Propaganda-la Texas Weald'" '
council has issued orders to .the. efi course, depend. largelyIIpon ing bananas.for! Belize. You know what a pleasure Jt Is whenIn .. .
'. tiaaance of' Utiliriar Tbe Present feet that all of the lots where accumulations the- amount of business which many Carib; Indians, more so a strange place to meet someone ReaJt .la Briafiaf \ Maay' ''Loag- .
of weeds to be found may *be secured. Several families than the 'negro element. All were o.
are
'( Cbonse During Season from your home section. 1t.tIaur bonu 18. Kisstansee.
; shall be at once put in shape and wl1from\ the start of the plant be indulging In "fiesta" but, without any pricing how many people locate ." l)
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: the chief of police is to look after added to Kissimmeethese to be increased disorder. Holiday -clothes of all colors :
has Friends these registration
," :L much pleasing comment .. from time to time condi- through Here lea sample of the letters received f
as and bare In the
feet.
jr brought out regarding the ex- the matter. evening lists- and in many cases they bad by J. D.Woodbeck'aecretary"of i ,
3, ent choruses which have been Chief of Police Tyson wishes to tions may, warrant.' they held .historical private theatri- no idea they were in Kissimmee until the Chamber of Commerce'from til

', >rking. at the. evangelical tent that work no hardship" upon anyone-nor Beindorf & Son have been for cals in a big schoolhouse. Much ar- they saw their names among the Texas. The. location ,of tbe -writer is, ..' ,,
i ia now proposed to. take some I does be'wish to make any arrests forI some time figuring upon a< removal resting' and shooting against walls, list ''of visitorsBy all means reg censored "... Iest'< he' be. flooded with '
''t jps towards continuing completee I the refusal to comply with the..order.He : to,. Florida. Kissimmee had been stabbing with sword from behind ister. No one f.( permitted Jto copy printed matter from other localities:' y
organizations and using the abil- is therefore giving; due notice"ti 'fixed upon, strongly upon the ardent clanking of chains, heroic speechesand the names for commercial purposes. I'' left Florida three years ago, and., ,
.i that has'been brought out for en- all owners who are careless;of 'their 'recommendation of 11 P. Suhl who desperate despairs, all acted with Mail and telegrams for visitors came to Texas, and I have done very .'
:' ; t inment of the tourists ,as. well property that the work must be done knew well of the firm and its ability great spirit amidst wild' cries of whose, street address ''in ..Kissimmeein rood business sine l,have been here.
...fb ,the home folks, during the approaching immediately; and if the ol'ders'.re and 'ir portance; but there were other "Viva Viva" everything. The carib unknown by the sender may be but I often wish I ,was back In- God's ,h t
not i complied with arrests will. fol locations being considered mainly Indians from a long way inland!, an '
"; season. I : sent in care of the Chamber'of'Com country again.- *! f.
:>, It' is believed that this action i low." In cases where the, property upon the east coast The plan of removal ancient Hribe, brought their prehistoric merce. Delivery will be faciliated if, What I, nt..to"y' is.thathere r'

. ''could furnish' an entertainment owned by non-residents upon...1II'laomit to this city was lor a time band, four weird -harps, four after the name of the person to are thousands of good 'people-: her'. : .:\
will be difficult to get proper"'*er- '-; while other homemade 'violins''and two homemade
hfeh! would prove of much--advant discarded points were whom the communication'Ir addressed who want to get'out 'of .:.Teiasbut" "' ,
vice the city will proceed to. make taken and several cities made guitars. All strings were made of follows the of his her : '
. v-as it is asserted that few cities tip;:; name .or they do not know where-Jto go. .Th.. -'ii.
>:, the size of Kissimmee could show theneeded improvement gnd'.thecost oleasing' concessions. regarding the raw hide. On these they made music home town as for instance "Mrs. only pUce they,know of ia California .
; 'a much talent in this line; besides will be charged as a .lien Upon plant., more like' the' Russian Balalaika Alice E. Nelson (of Durand Michigan because there IsCalifornia literature it

>ich '''there would be an excellent the property to be settled whemtaeaare -"All'these; have now 'been discarded "Song of the Winds" than anything ), care Klssimmee Chamber of sent tea everybody inTexas., '. "- .
.M' to increase the size of paid'resident' in Kissimmee>; ? .V"!is and the plant will soon be on its way else I ever beard.. Sad music but Commerce Klssimmee'Florida., Now I know .what Florida'ia and '
adult chorus well rf th. Every to-be located In Kissimmee. Certain perfectlybeautiful.. : This that California does not '
, as as expected to have sufficient loyaltyto enable. us to*turn' ImmedIately compare
rJ1n ren'"'- organzation which has at once proceed to put property concessions have been: made by the (Contlnuxl. . on Page ]CI.bt'T' -to the list of, persons .registering with Florida In.any way,and I wish

proved.so entertaining. in order-that cleanliness may;prevail city and by: the Chamber of Commerce Representative- W. Godwin ,from the ,hometown, or city that you would..'. that good Florida '

;. ." : Pre ilely. bow this is to be aecom- .&.. without any remontttancetor -and as soon as ,the site' shall of Saint,Cloud was RUey.Jn'Kissimmee' ODSaturdayimeetlne of the addressee .and. ascertain,'if,she ,literature 'Ia sent to the people here.
'pllshed has not'yet been agreed upon postponement This is a 'duty that be decided upon .work upon the necessary of his is staying in Klssinnme,, <* re-are-several hundred-reel-as +
ndt is that the work of buildings will .,.commence. some many '' tate from California working in '
1 r + possible property-owner owea:- his, city. . ;; The names of visitors registering men : ,"
friends.- v
,<8><,:children may be''.abolished. to\ a every If a city i.!worth;ea111ng -home" it :Those'connectedwith. the plant are .. :;: are'-, not indexed according; Jo. their Texas now 'and the >people do not .,j per,
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captain extent, as It- ia claimed by is keeping clean. interested. in It'fnandallyt and thisPigthatthepropdetorsand names but,,In' 'the/ names of",.their know-that Florida is on the map
r aom* that the .work' has, been sadly --...'!Orth. - ii ;(S' : < < the will be on, its way to Klssimmee:; home. town? '_ 'Jt'.S.Ms. '- wish you would take this up withthereal .
f" interfering )wlth the school work; t ii'iu now;oflleWlyanmeiuneed( : that I workmen will own their' homes within within a'fw'\ .'days:'-+ibut. before'the ; estate men all over the state' 'V.+ '

/feat In any event 1 lit may be possible the 'Chapter House .L now;.duly-open i 'reasonable tlm .' stock arrives ] some of''the *. firm, A, 'M. Moseley:returned'Fri' andget; them btwy' Let the people \ ,
to" have -occasional' performances by and-ready' foi',visitors.r. .<; y ? The establishment of va', payroll. probably i1' Penh. Beindorf :-rand'' 'the day from Alabama,! where she has know where Florida ia-and what. it '4',1,i
. ren. The adult chorus It ia : I one -of the things which always help master-mechanic will' be J In+;I'''the< city spent I several months 'visiting rela- laThere; ..are .' ihouaands''. of. good ;
'j:;. as.ettd can be maintained through- -k: ;!.indoMra..* B.,'8.-Lumbarrt 'who a city.' Klssimmee" :lacked in'this to .consider.the! 'advantage*..of the tfyea'and, acquaintance. <*\ 'f people .leaving ,here; ao..\ atoce the::",;

;r"k",, ; .entir.swteterwith. : .but,,little have, been occupying the Cola' home), detaf'/'. This institution will add itsquota.4n'.tbatn various .._: '* '- . floods and they are gem.* $* Califor I-
oft ,. ... ; 're .now.-nicely established '' in the tine-besides; being a .' .Kissimmee. is toibe; > congratulatedupon. : Herbert Fleming i if 14 46 Darting-. nla* .. -Do WEBB., -. ;> ;(
: Murphy bungalow' on Possiell avenue plant that..will save'money and time .eeearingdthis institution-which ton avenue, has returned to-his' home ' / '
W', has; been legalisedby the auC'Lumbard I.. assistant cashier to those .who need work of excellenceor promises to be of greatworth-tothe.I after'.his 'annual, summer" outing:',at 'SpaID'.... 'more'. 'than',3MOr. ., ,
t ktUreJof Uruguty.' of.the Bank of OsceotaCounty.. delicacy'' carried on. Th. 'plant city and.-the entire county.v.. his old home la Athens, 'Georgia. 000 acres of .land to i olive '*aJWn..
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u I""' a Newcoasr' At Hoard's UlaodBorni -. CALVIN, BUCKLES'' OATS: HIGHLY-RESPECTED. i'CITIZEN J I carried back the goods Into the store' mand;b while over this "entire state YarDRY _

PROMISE GREAT' THINGS YIELDS TO DEATH'S CALL land began to\move quickly; but the there are hourly Inquiries", for that Wood
At the Frankliri home, 212 "who stole the car had moved fruit with, no possibility of being
Emmett street, on Monday, October No claim has been made that James :K! Hilliard, aged sixty-nine, I irst; and there seems to be a prevailing supplied. A business man 1t would PINE AND OAKH.
'10 to Mr. and Mrs Dwight Punk of Florida .is "an oat country.:? No at- died at Ms residence at Hilllard's opinion that. if Sam ever appear, could: turn a nice profit/ by
Inhiard' Island, a son. Mrs.. Funk to have been mad to Island' on Monday.V October'' 10of drives a !'Ford he'll have first shipping ibis fruit and selling it ata P. SUHL
u will be the 'better remembered' cultivate, to any great extent, that pancritls, leaving a wife, one son, I patronize I. P. Tlmmona. (rapt It will medium -price-a figure that.would' .
:lllsfl Irene Franklin, daughter' of stock food. Consequently when Cal twodaughters,\and an army of warm pay to lock, every carven'lf it be immediately create a demand. 519 Mabbette- Street. rheits 2S2 l'
',, Mr*. C. E. Franklin,-Kissimmee._ vin Buckles found a place: in the friends to mourn his demise. His :left but, fifteen minutes. At, that it Mr. Avant is also"pleased with his 4r4txBROADWAY'GARAGE
sandy soil where.without 'any fertilizing illness was brief-arid his death sud- I will be a hard. job to fix the ma- fifteen acres of IUl'ueane-whlch he
: or Irrigating or care of any -de chines fJ'O they cannot be towed. estimates will make a thousand gallons -
one sort, one oat had been' dropped and TJie funeral was held at the Rose-!AUTOMOBILE WAS BURNED of syrup to; theacre.. Even
root and stooled. wonderful should it fall short of that amount;
a ,, taken hill, cemetery Tuesday afternoon at
h' eleven. shape be was .very .much'elated.' He four o'clock, and was largely attend i' BUT '.CARRIED INSURANCE there will be. a tine margin of profit
cut that bunch of oats-possibly he ed.., The services were carried out A Chevrolet the of Ran: -and next season he figures on put- A (
reaped it m biitoo early in his de by Rev."J. A. Sutton pastor of the dell J. Keen, of, 209 property Aderhold street, ting into cane as many acres as he
ere to .a..e'the seed -i, and he now Baptist church-of which denomination while canwell handle. ,
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fire Sundy
was destroyed by on
has the entire lot. He plan to
now deceased was'"forjong a true
.; carefully plant them in well-prepar and devoted adherent. :iAfnoost!>> his the Mr. Keens Keen who were.Is 1 at foreman Orange Centre.oa the LABOR, INSPECTOR HERE AUTO PAINTING, CARii.WAQ. -
ed ground in m few months, and even last words as he Jay on' his -"bed of Coaat'Line. -
Atlantic had the car Insured REPAIRING RAm
Lewis W. Zlm, who- has been aresident ED AUTO
half the seed he will
If germinate
illness were to ask that the members '
have sufficient yield to plant a full .against fire;'and theft-and the of Florida] since the state .* ATOR REPAIRING,
a of his family see that his church financial policy would have' been invalid, so ito
was purchased in 1820,"and has been
acre next aeason. settlements -
were promptly
These samples he has show a heavy made. The 'Baptist church sent an the reported fire therefore, on the the Tuesday dW ner of after the residing in Saint Augustine for STORAGE BY DAY WHEK OR
yield.. Each stalk is literally elegant floral emblem to the "graveand fell; much elated that the loss many years struggling with the MONTH '
t tc weighted dewn with oats. Propor- there was a splendid showing of! can newspaper business, was in Kissimmee -
will be reimbursed.
tionately if an acre could be produced /flowers from many other friends. partially Wednesday.. He has been appointed -
like this one stool there woul Beautiful music was rendered, by a MAKING I IMMENSE YIELD state labor inspector of Florida OUR' PRICES ARE REASONABLE -
be at least one hundred bushels hare mined quartet consisting of Mr. and and was making his round of .IN EVERY DETAIL, AND I
OF FINEST SUGARCANEH.
vested. What the variety may be Mrs.. Gore, Miss Nina :Sutton:! and the entire territory to look after WE WILL GUARANTEE 'TO
Mr. Buckles docs not know; all he Albert Sutton. C, Avant, formerly a resident matters with which his duties are I'ERFECTLY SATISFY YOU
cares is to produce from these seed \[,/,. Hilliard came to this localitythirtyseven in this county, has been in Kissim- concerned. Since Mr. Zim quit the
a harvest of oats that will show ujas > tn wblch e-l1aa .inra'made hIahome m841.-thia--week-called.-frorn.-11iLhomjl newspaper business he ,has largely
the mother stalks show; and -if years! ago. lLwal.there:! down on Little Bear Beach Lake .gained"in flesh=1Iftdl1owitnqlJfreS BROADWAY GARAGE
.r hie
he can do this hewill have done that he secured a farm and grovea Okeecltobeeas; a" witness- in"one'T a115poundacaleiweight. "" -- ----Ff- -ANIU --- -
A" Jhree VIRGINIA much for the county, and will be ableto grove of about twentyiflve\ acres the numerous forgery cases in whichIt Other than this Mr. Zim is
; Friendly BURLEY sell seed oats at a higher price said to be worth at the present time is alleged Joe Tracey was princi-, all to the good. L
than has ever been realized in Florida at least $50,000. He has ever been
Gentlemen TURKISH has more than a quarter
pal.Mr. The world's production of gold Virginia
a good jitizen-one against whom no Avant is highly pleased with
Theperfect blend of tin tlsre Mr.- Buckles has these specimensat word of abuse, could be uttered res- his prospects in the farming line in ,bElt 'YNor 'was about 350000000. of a million wage earning womeaJINSURANCE

},' perfect cigarette: tobacco his home where anyone may view pected by everyone. He served a bid new location. He speaks very
?!>*, in one perfect dgarette them: bhort term as county commissioner highly of the richness of the Everglades ''' '
to: fill out an unoxpired.< period-but muck, and tells-tales of crops
: '_c SPECIAL NOTICEI nothing could induce him to again there which are alnlost] beyond beliefto
t , oneelevencigarettes accept the position. He held the office one who has not seen them. lie I
I to announce that I have sold of trustee of the Baptist church relates, also, thousands of avocadoes
{: my office and interests at Klsslm- for many yearn-and was always a ire rotting on the ground merely
mee to Dr. B. L. Wilkerson. who will conscientious official; and be.was esteemed because there 'seems to be no de- THAT PROTECTSSERVICE
have charge in the future.I a good man in every sense of I
2Ofor15Q appreciate the patronage given the word. '
me in the past and I hope that Dr. James H. Hilliard, the son, has How? Your-Appetite ?
Wilkerson, as my successor, may made his home with his parents and
have a good practice in the future. looked after much of the business of When Stomach Distresses! T.u., Take THAT SATISFIES

. ;: ;t; Dr. Wilkerson'came' here well recommended the place. One daughter, Mrs.James This Advice: -
i and I beftpeak for him a Roberts, lives at Homestead, where
*i 111 rdTtts Lto.ooo.o..ooo bright future at Kissimmee. Mrs. Myrtle Lightsey, with her Newport, Ky. "About three years LUPFERS' INSURANCE AGENCY:
Very truly child also] resides. Both were in attendance ago I had become all rundown in health. i
W. J. SIMPSON. at the funeral. 1 had poor appetite. and suffered with indigestion -
o oooo o October 8, 1921 James K. Hilliard -was born In and severe headaches. Themain
f trouble appeared to be my stomach. -
Coffee county, Georgia, December 17, -- - - - --- -- -- -- -
CITY MANAGEMENT PLANCONSTANTLY 1852. His father was killed in the I Medical was advised Discovery to get, and Dr.I Pierre's did 1101 and Golden be- OOOOO 4tC060 OOO 04 OO oo+ooc.oooooo oo.t.Rose's .
ENDORSEDOur civil war and when he was fourteen fore 1 had taken a half dozen bottles I
n Real EstateSold years old he went to Texas-there to w\a well as ever and have had no stomach -
good friend "Thorn" editor of endure as boys do the many hard trouble since"-Mrs. Lida Sayers, Taxi Service
TnKiHsimmen Gazette, comment.1on ships. For the nine years following 628 Elm $t.
the painful revelations made by he roamed through the central] west You can quickly put yourself in A-l
an auditor's report, of the condition where Indians and buffalos were condition byobtainins;Dr. Pierce's Golden -
1' of the muncipality of Punta ; plentiful; and many were the tales! Medical Discovery in tab tII! or liquid,
fi Gorda and notes that "every city he bold of thrilling experiences.It I or wnte Dr. Pierce president( Invalids AnywhereAnytimeDay
needs a careful head." That's the' was in 1877 that he returned Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., for free con-
-- point exactly; every city does needa to Georgia and he then came to ndentioljncdical advice.
Exchanged and taxes -careful head, a sort of centralization I Florida, where, in Columbia] county, or NightWith
so that the praise or the blame, he went into the sawmill business. I
a paid. Attention given to assessment as the case may be can be placed Then he went into business in

'?4' and valuation. We $ where it belongs. That "head" oughtto Brooksville from which point he .New Fish Market. or Without Driver Phone 264, Park( Hotel
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.,be a city manager.-Lakeland went to Orange county. On June }9, .
will look after and rent your < > Telegram. 1883, he was married, to Miss Myrtle
V, Precisely what The Gazette has Hensley, ,who had come from Illinois ....... 4PQG'4'x'40The
i' ,- J property for ,you. long urged. Any business, to be'successful some six years previous, and hud FRESH and SALT WATER FISH I. -

must have one director upon resided most of these years in Lake OYSTERS -- SHRIMP .- CRABS -9"<
whom may fall the blame for ills or City.
the praise for progress. When the In the the "following October Mr.
.., WILLSON. & right director is found he is retained; and Mrs. 'Hilliard purchased the Island Supplies received 'daily and only I
: / if he arovaa a weak sister, replace home-and from that (Lime the the best stock will be handled. People's 5c & 1 lOc StoreUp
{ \" '. him. Bar all politics wipe out. silly energetic husband and young bride -. ,
selfishness, let the Golden Rule] predominate commenced tochangethe wild woods
and look for business: of the andthe hammock, then abounding in FISH DRESSED AND DELIV-
: AULTMAN most businesslike sort. In that way wild animals, into what has been developed ERED AT YOUR HOME to 98c .
C 44 any enterprise, any town, any city, into a splendid property
t will prove a success.-Kissimmee Year following year these people Moderate prices In every case. } -oOo-
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Gazette.
Valley
worked to bring Into fruition their
I hopes and aspirations continually SOME SPECIALS WE ARE NOW OFFERING I-
; MARKET
..... . ..< .Subscribe for They Valley'Gazette.V adding to their holdings-until came QUALITY
.i Aluminum 6-Quart Stew ,Kettle ...... .. .98t \ \
;& I the dreadful freeze of 9495.'With F; R., GEER'' --------- ---- -- -
... IU1' .....................OO.OOOO.O..O..OO.O OO. Oo..0 crushed hopes they hesitated 14 Broadway Fhoneu 10 Aluminum Roaster -_.....-_--._--w-__-__.98c \ ',
the work that
_ -had then been began so anew quickly demolished.This Aluminum Percolator ;, ,-_*......!;..._.._*....:..._......_,_.98c ', ',

time' they won out and the . O.oooo.oOOooo ..tt'VO I. Aluminum, .-. rryingaas, :_ _________-.--;..._..>_'_'_1':.:::_._....._.'8c ', ',
.BiIt1tS BOARD property stands today a monumentto
tr .: perseverance and skill. Four What! etkers taU for $l.j9 w..o.lor' 98eNo.
children were bora to' the couple-

T CREAM WHITE FINISH tire three thirty-eight of whom survive.years Mr.For Hilliard the en-' t BANlllNGTIRES 528 will receive die Aluminum Roaster we fave Let Satar .,. ; ;

enjoyed health-until he was stricken
.t' one week prior ta his death. He Boys' Blue Serge School PanU_____________r._.___________Me' '. ',
I realized the end was nearing but Ladies' Quality Silk Hose ________________________89c and 98c ; ;

: took matters in the commonsense Ladies' Silk Boot-top Hose ______________________ _,--I.ZSc
- ,. way .that was one of his Ira its' .-and m TUBEgREPAIREDRETREADING Ladies'. Extra-we Vests _______________________.__.______.2ScLadies'

r M the end was peaceful. Pink Nonsuch Nightgowns -___________L:_-___--.__ ,.98c

CARD OF THANKS j | Ladies' White Embroidery-trimmed Nightgowns __________::__We ; '

"to -' \ \ Big Line of Overalls from__________________________ISc !. 6Sc j
1v We wish extend our most heart-
felt thanks to the many dear friends I \ White Skirts, embroidery flounce froni______________79c to We | ,
who BO faithfully stood by us and HSM( ( TUBES 'AND mI ( ,


i.,I Ii. assisted ing father.the, death short in every of Mrs.illness our Myrtle possible dear and husband Hilliard.the way subsequent l dur-and' SWIMMING BUIS THE iS'( 5C C X ,STORE-UP lJ T9S0N. :



i Mrs. 'Myrtle Lightsey. L. I. ALfORD I .. li E
MM. J. S. Roberts.
__ .1 James H. Hilliard. ier BROADWAY

BEAUTY SHOP TO REMOVETO
1A .=
LOCATION IN TAMPAThe
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Bonnie Belle Beauty Shop is
'.A no more-and the heavy expense in
fitting up splendid quarters in Kis .

'i.r.. .. I 'NEW ROOMS IN A FEW HOURS almmee actual for necessity what all has women been consideran lost to GOOD HABITS AND BAD

Mrs, Gladys Alford, who is an acknowledged -
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; Do you need another room? Do your; lines. Tampa artist has at in present her nothing several V., .

need ? as fine as Mrs. Alford will install.,rand .
redecorating Neponsetj) there is little doubt that her

I" Board is just what you should select for ability of Will that be city.appreciated Several by monthsin residents This is the Reconstruction Period.

making two rooms out of one, for replacing Kissimmee.that her parlors proved were to the in proprietor advanceof << ,

old\ walls and ceilings or for wainscoting/ the needs of this city-where the I
/ clientele is, to an extent, limited; Get in the Habit of Saving.
Rz' but an extensive patronage in Tam-
.Bud's. Neponset Board is moisture-proof both
on _
is guaranteed from the opening
pa
sides. No painting required,as its tippled cream white' of the' establishment. It is a matterof (

finish is really beautiful- but if you wish to paint ir.\) regret that Kissimmee must loseso Do it regularly until it becomes a fixed habitant -

it takes paint easily and economically.: Comes m sheets excellent an institution. .

'' i-; 't.. ready to use -only hammer and saw needed to put BARBER'S HEART BROKEN your future is assured.

'' it up. Artistic interiors made in a few hours. WHEN FORD DISAPPEARED

J' think how many places there are in your home where' It was. a dirty whoever did

., Bird's: Neponset Board can be used to advantaged) it.S. G. Barber had Just driven his A

'"!*, ." ,. Then come in and let us tell yOu how little it cost. new Ford in front of Floyd's grocery

ttuaatloowir..w._ +tmluewatesakr.a. Saturday loading evening in a and weeks was supply engagedin of Merchants & Farmers Bankof

things to eat. Previously he had
.rr For Sale By bought; a l lot of other stuff. He car* '
rled out; one armful of goods and
: was in the store dickering for the Kissirnn1ee
: 'W. B. Makinson remainder of what be wished. Just .
{ CompanyPtauiil23 then along came acamp. and '.' thief
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rJRW&'i* who looked upon the car and the . CAPITAL $25,000 .- SURPLUS $2,500
KISSIMMEE' 30aBroadaay contents with tong' eyes,*\i-!Sand ,
4. : ;; when/Sam.'went; b the f next; -
t< -'.- i '"** ..__ r"t., .. .. i, ,. .. "' : .. armful of-good fce found he had no .

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Aluminum Wareguaranteed y ye
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n remarkablevalues REGULAR lOc to 2Sc VALUES. .
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best 99 ct
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. : our Sale Starts at 9 a. m Next Saturday, OctoberVERY 15 4 pure hardAlumin.'m' :'t\\


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Your Choice of any piece in this lot for 59c Each. Your Choice. of any piece in this lot for'$1.49!'',each.,' ".

w. REGULAR 60c to $1.25 'VALUES. REGULAR $1.50 TO $3.00 VALUES.. ,
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bound roots? I see I shall live the warning: (given Macbeth by the CONSUMPTION OF ORANGES He has been furnished with some men in America who are known br *
usual period of man's life and not be "Spirit Child.." WONDERFULLY INCREASED J(iterator" telling of the conditionsand 'many of .the cattlemen in Englan'for /
THE f FORUM I cut off by violent death. As you know, Macbeth was slain advantages in Florida as stated.[I distribution ,to. those who ask, "I'
'J You remember how Malcom, son in battle by Macduff, kinsman to There was a time in the early daysof by some of the leading live stock j jaAAA >about the opportunities here. ._
of Duncan whom Macbeth had slain Malcolm, son of the King: of Scot- the citrus business, when California ;
w Heather From Scedand joined Macduff (whose wife andchildren land.Therefore, dear editor :the was shipping; 2,000. cars a year A A A A 4.A A A A A A A A A A a a Si A A A A 4>I........>- .>MfFishing ,. .... .i
Macbeth also had slain) and my
carries\ and Florida not much more when it I
ii went to raised an "Sprig: of White Heather" in business
England army
was predicted that the was
;i! Editor of The Gazette: and marched to attack Macbeth. its environments a 'romance of Ancient being overdone; that the end was insight
I have received from my sister in Macbeth about this time grew care- Scotland.J.. People with no vision could
t Scotland a small quantity of heather. less of life and wished for death, D. JJacGLASHAN. not/realize that advertising which F i TackleJuit
i. of itself is not of importance but the near approach of Malcolm's' To remove bilious impurities in would increase distribution through
P anyone except to the receiver. army roused in him what remainedof the system and be made internally education, coupled with the natural
At; the same time I take pleasure in his ancient courage and he determined -'clean and healthy, you need the fine growth: of the country, would makeit ,
presenting! you with a "Sprig of to die, as he expressed it, tonic and laxative! properties of Her- possible in one season to market
White Heather." I am prompted toado with "armor on his back." He shut bineIt acts quickly and thoroughly. 35,000,000 boxes of,,fruit which, on
so owing to the many favors I himself in his castle and waitedMalcolm's Price 60c. Sold by J. Z. Rob- I,a basis of 860 boxes to the car, received shipment of Fishing Tackle direct from Heddon't Fac-
I have received at your hands through approach. One day there *. ,means 100.000 cars-and market _
your paper, and at the same time came a messenger to him, pale and, erson. YIn i them at a fair margin of profit and tory. 'Included in this shipment we have three dozen "Vampire"Minnows. : ,
eeling that the romantic history shaking with fear, almost unable to HOW'S YOUR INSURANCE? with no disastrous breaks. This was The "Vampire" is the minnow that has made a record
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(attached to the locality where the report that which he had seen; for ,accomplished last season, and a in the last ,'of taking the big fish. '
|heather was gathered will make the he averred that as he stood upon 1920 the fire loss in the United slightly increased croo means fur- year
.offering more enhanced in your eyes his watch on the hill he looked to- States amounted to ther endeavor and in the face of ,
roves also refresh your memory of wards Blrnam and, to his thinking, thousapd people$500,000,000.Fifteen lost their somewhat ''adverse business conditions
Prei ancient acquaintance, William the Wood began to move. '"Liar and lives fire. in the country.
of
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v ,pushed pMre.. slave," cried Macbeth,"if thou speakest Sixty thousand others maim- The Latest Thing ;
I nd "Sprig of, Whit. Heather" ,false,thou shalt hang alive upon edS-by flames. were Hog; Island shipyard at Philadelphia
_'",,!e i taken by my sister from the the next tree till famine end thee." Seventy-five percent of/.all. fires, which cost the government In the bait line is" Heddo 's "Ba. r" minnow. Stop in 'and have a,
i' SeA nd made sacred by Shakespeare He was not to fear till Birnam Wood $70,000,000, was sold for 4000000.
ao the play "Macbeth.". You remem- should come' to Dunsmaoe.\: _jura nowa are Every preventable.fire destroys enough look at this bait. You'can see at a glance that the "Baiter Is the. ., '
ia Macbeih killed 'wood did "However. said year ENGLISH ARE .
that after had move. house of ten thou- ANXIOUS best yet '
building to city
1t eaDt king of Scotland, in order he, "if this which 'he avouche* be sand inhabitants, furnish them with REGARDING FLORIDA STOCKDr. ,
set his throne, )!! appeared true Jet jas arm and out. There-ij.no. .their theatres, hospitals, public /'
the i in a dream the spirit of a child flying hence, .or straying here/ buildings, schools,and asylumne.Onefourth . E. M. Ni&hbert, formerly Inspector -
ed, 'with' a tree in his. band The strange appearance that had of all new building in charge of tick eradication I >. i .
tiled Macbeth by name and, com- given the""messenger idea of ,a construction' destroyed by fire an. work in _Florida who is .ow' in W.: B. MAKIINISON ,
d him against conspirators; say- wood moving Is easily explained. nually.Carelessness. charge **flive\ stock exportation .
? k that he would never be Tan- When the besieging army reached Is the cause of three- from England to the United States > r.
:_ v bed. until.the Wood of Birnam through the 'Wood of Bitnam Malcolm fourths of.this waste. >, for the United, States ,Bureau of An : COMPANY' 1 1r
'hs'wbere; my'sister lives). .tone like-a; skilful general: instructed And.all this loss -in faee, of.the imal Industry, has .written,the. ..Floe ,
HOI should come against hIs' soldiers to hew down .PHONE;;,Ne..123. .r.TIIE'"HARDWARE"t .
everyone fact:that buildings can be built,thatwon't ida Development Board tJaat.Itu\ _v ;;. ...; ,
. '"Sweet ,bodements; good!," 'a bough,and bear it before him burnv I.' found considerable', ,interest l among '__ NEAR/THE DEPOTa 'r. j. S
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-Irett, and move lt' from///its .earth-- 'of' hit host--thus- fulfilling .the. Subscribe.. ,for' ,;Tb" Valley;,Gasette.'.- ., dnetloAa fa,1g.onntr, ." .' MM
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a POUR ; THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY.G.uE1TE. FJUDAT. OCTOBER 14,.)1921klSSIMMEE .
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' SCHOOL ARE THRfoUCHOUT) \ OHIO FAMILY ARRIVES' l I I pressed 'with all local conditions that
CONDITIONS BAD
VALLEY 'GAZETTEPublished 'FLORIDAOCEOLA ., they decided to dispose' of their belongings ;'
u. AND .WAY REMAIN HERE I Ohio' and
'> M '" in secure a home'at
? ?-- .' county is.to. be congratulated over the condition'in' which Mr.: and Mrs:-C B. King' and son, or near Kissimmee. Uutil they
Every Friday :the school board find itself--and patrons of the school' both in city and Carlos of Portsmouth, Ohio have shall have settled upon a aatlsfacI I
: 67 ICUsimmee. Valley Gazette Company, Kissimmee, Florida .location they are guests of their::
a to tory
county should feel pleased that a better situation prevails here than is reported arrived in Kissimmee and expect (
and
W. B. Hunt President L G. Van Afncw, SecretaryW. home. old-time friends former ,Ohio' ",
1 from many counties. The schools of Dade county have been closed make this city their permanent Mr. and Mrs. W. E All.
brief neighbors
L. Thoradyke, Editor' ., ndefinilely-for the board found itself 'unable to pay the teachers for one Last winter and the family favorable made a im-ilcn t in the-' Cape Breeze addition.Ii,:
visit were so
hers
Subscription Bate: week that was due them. Other counties in all sections of the state are' inbad -
.' : ;; shapeind 'some of them'will have but a very brief' term. In' Kissira-

: : 'nee, Saint Cloud, and throughout .Oseeol.-county;eonditions-are-not-of-he
On .Copy' Three Months. ...-___.--.:.____.-.--.-.______-.._....___. :,50 best and the have be and used e I
N most stringent'economy will to used is being i I
I Entered at the PottofHo *> Kl.ilmme., Florlda .. econd-oUm. mat ..r.) to carry out compliment of months fof tuition-nor is there any ,great I ;; ripti'ol1.'l

''r. :r All communication azcopt from our authorised 'correspondent must b'. debt piled up against the districtsbut, ;- there is elation that things are a< Your P \
\ .; dRned by the writer. good as they are reported.'
Rejected matter will not be returned. unUro called for .
The, point is that various counties have made many ruthless expenditures -(
1 n r Y Foreltfh' Ad .rtl.ln RrprtxmtetlveTHEAMERICAN in their school systems. In every county the voters have always en- ) -.' , - '
PRESS: ASSOCIATION: dorsed every propo.ition'put forth by the school board looking toward progress ...

; but in 'too many instances has there been a lack of judgment upon the Need of Accuracy and Purity

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1921 part of th*, officers.. The demands for school (aciliti,. .have grown morE

-,-- rapidly 'than have the possibilities of securing the revenues; the Jawsfegu- _-.---"--,-- ---- F
L DOES ANYTHING "ALE" KiSSIMMEE) ating tax-monies were created many years ago when the state.-was in its
.infancy; and the increase in'the costs .of everything duringthe war period THE CENTRAL DRUG STORE Makes a specialty of devoting -

tF t g WITHIN the past few weeks this query has been asked of many people: created many a financial vacuum. Osceola county has managed to keep especial care 10 the compounding of physicians prescriptions. No

' ter, ."What ails Kissimmee? Do not the people have ,the pep and the push within the safety line-even though it is now treading upon very thin ice; matter how much care your physician may devote to diagnosing a a

b, -,. and the desire to make things go?' Why are not the natural.. advantages but there !is every_ belief of f better times a*)he-" county shall go full speed matter how much study he may give the case-no matter
T the : case-no
people-get together-with ahead -
--Joundner] hebetteexploited'Why'do nor ] -- -- ,
greater unanimity) Why is there not a greater growth?" The conditions in Dade county is deplorable. It is estimated that a debt how carefully he ;may write the prescription-sinless there II equaly
Possibly no 911 e- 'can;altfWer; theie queries to the satisfaction of all. 'of fully'a million dollars has accumulated' there-and the efforts to have a car" given to preparing the medicine the desired effect will not be S

Possibly there are numerous replies each of which would be pleasing to "special session of the legislature, at the expense of Dade county which produced. To those having care of the ill-to the relatives whb are .I ,

some and disgusting! to others--depending' upon whose friends were hit' by promised to pay the full cost have been denied J by the governor. Therewas ever yearning to have health return-the difference of a few cents''

r --insinuation direct us rtion.- a desire upon the part of the] people of Dade county to legalize a half- matter. The Central Drug Store devote more
Nothing "ails" Kissimmee. Its location i is admirably established for million dollar bond issue for which it was said a buyer stood ready: but is but a secondary .
the nucleus for a great city-lying practically centrewise in the state both ,reports say that Governor Hardee stood firm in his belief that a special session attention to Quality than to Price-believing the public i i. more interested .tu

from north to south and from east, to west. The lands about it are particularly would be no more justified for that issue than it would be for the de- in that particular. Every prescription we compound it

it---- 'adapted,for-the-culture-of-many-moneyrmakjng-cropi-,ihereis.. sires..oLihecattlemen..Shrewdusiness.menahouldlave .foreseen_ lhe--iit-. -guiranteed-to-bee-preciuly-what.the_ loctor-.ralled..Iound.-out.trame. -
sufficient proof of this assertion to justify anyone who knows in making investment uations pending-and prompt: action might have been taken in both instan stand back of the 'guarantee. You should bring your .next prescription -

*. ces'; and while the governor will be strongly condemned rio doubt, by several .. SURE IT IS WHAT YOU NEED.
d thus.MAKE ,
t' Nothing "ails" Kissimmee. It is a pretty community. Paved streets factions the point still remains that impetuous legislation is more frequently .to us-" _...--..-

are not 'to be found everywhere within its borders-but like conditions exist ',: a harm than a help. ,
in thousands of cities of even a larger sjze than the countyseat of'Os- At the same time every effort should be given the schoolboard of Os- Central
ceola. It owns' its water-system; likewise the electric power plant. The teola county to conserve in all possible ways which will not interfere with DrugStore

city is well-.wered-when one takes into consideration that the system has the progress of the pupils; always remembering that over-economy is fully
to not been long in existence. Kissimmee is a neat city-and especial care is ,as disadvantageous as extravagance. DAY 41 PI>(ONES NIGHT 21 ;

k constantly taken to see that it i* kept in a sanitary condition. e.

,r "" Nothing "ails" Kissimmee. It has handsome and attractive homes. I SEEMINGLY A WASTE OF THE PEOPLE'S MONEY II I ,
L good schools, commodious churches--and business houses that would be a I
4, u credit cities much 'There i i. little lawlessness and crime is GREATEST of all vesselsthe has been and :
to larger. very war Maryland completed . . . . ... ...... .... .. .... . . . .
always at 'a low ebb. Its people-are kind in time"of sorrow and trouble-==- will soon be in commission at an aggregate cost of some forty-two millionsof ,
w : and enthusiastic over every matter which demands loyalty and fealty and dollars-just at the time when universal peace is being declared. Fortytwo -

ti generosity. : million dollars is a huge sum to place in one boat-a vessel that may be of Cash !
; BUT :destroyed by a bomb dropped by an aircraft costing less than one-eightieth Speaking Bargains
There is something which appears to retard the advancement which ,bf that sum.The ;

; should be continually going on. sum expended would easily furnish each of eighty thousand families What's the Matter With These']
i' What i is''it? with an excellent automobile of popular make and give each of the owners

#- 'H- For many years, history relate, every'newcomer to the state made KTsslmmee 'nine hundred gallons of gasoline and fifty gallons of oiL Forty thousand 000 .
'( a mecca for liveliness and boost and push. No one "saw Florida" :homes worth one thousand dollars each could be constructed and turned

until Kissimmee had been visited Each resident was alive to the opportunities lOver to as many young couples who were anxious"to make a. start for themselves No. 2 Can Good Peas_..__.._______________________-____lOt

r, which merely needed a gentle shake to put in motion-and there was and would donate to each couple fifty dollars to care for them Dime Brand Milk _______________________________________IOc
} a belief that those who were coming later would give that shake. through the first month. Forty-two millions dollars would roughly speaking No. I Can Lima Beans., _20c fi
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'I? Then commenced an era when several believed it time that a leader- rbard-. rCace every mile of important highway in Florida-thereby addingto No. 10 CanSouthern, Brand Syrup_________A __ ______:75c

i' one who possessed sufficient astuteness and ability to handle all peoples and '.\ the popularity of the state and creating additional values to all property, 9-ounce Can Sliced Pineapple ____: ________________________20c
all conditions-should be found There was no lack of near-material; for both urban and inter-urban: yet that sum goes into a war vessel carrying 14-ounce Jar Royal Scarlett Olives,.______--_________--__..__40c

c' conditions were easy; there were none to strongly remonstrate if greed should eight sixteen-inch guns 'each of which costs about $18.000 each time it, is No. 2 Can Royal Scarlett Jams_______________________:_____25e t
stimulate graft to near the danger-point; and matters were running along in i fired-and a score of shots will put the weapon into the scrapheap as being 15-ounce Jar Royal Scarlett Cranberry Sauce_____________.__25c a .'

channels where the curves bore no sharp points of resistance. But none "worn-out. 14-ounce Can Old Virginia Jams __-_-____.________________10c
;i seemed to be willing to make any one man the leader; at the same time Official reports state that the cost of upkeep-wages of officers privates 8-ounce Jar Overseas Pickles __________________?__________ISc
ja there were periods when it was conceded that one man had the right of engineers and common laborers-will be about two million dollars 30c Box Dr. Hess Stock Powder___.. _____________________20c
R ''ar.ument-although immediately thereafter there would be dissension among a year; a sum sufficiently' large to give four thousand families an outing White Meat Tuna Fish__________________________20c
v"! others who sought to enjoy all the emoluments of leadership. each year that would cost $500 and might,be worth to each of such families 3Ypullce 1 Can Luzianne Coffee_______-_____________________20cI

Moses wa a born leader among men. It required keen insight and $5000. Yet all this vast amount-a sum so great that few can comprehend I Pound Can Army Beef________________________________ISc
management to' keep the Children of Israel within the small compass they it-is, being devoted to the construction and equipment of one boat-which 3 Cans Van Camps Soup_________________________________25c
occupied for forty There fear lest those (olk.'should seaworthy which be used for
year was ever a may or may not prove ; may or may not any >
step over the boundary line and none but a Moses could have retained them purpose other than' that of pomp and show These are a few of oar Friday and Saturday Cash Barf sin.. tis

4 for'' two-score years within a little territory. In Kissimmee and Osceola ." Peace; gentle peace may spread ,its. mantle oar all the earth-but at LARGE ORDERS DELIVERED '
;t' .t It t county there,wa no Moses to prevent thinking people from wandering afar( forty-two million dollars 'a mant the movement appears to be a more exoensive >
; '/ and '0.it was that a email clientele began to work together--and to the mis- proposition than the building of wooden ships-which proved to

L. :" ',:')jli 'fortuneof the general public. It may be said that Jess than a half-dozen be, a blunder along most extravagant lines and an action illy-advised. THE CORNER STORE L1.PHONE L1.
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'", ; . men -formed the clique that proposed to rule or ruin; that sought to gainprominence I #

of one tort or another at the expense of the general public.. The JUNIORS-HAVE FORMED was able to be at the college on Mon :
rt plan 'seemed to work-even though :at times where' was fighting' and scheming I ANIMAL AND BIRD CLUB' day-after a long illness and her -I t
between the individual. 'forming, the clique. There were time when. work will be carefully looked after. l 23 C. W. GRIFFIN, Manager. :
; '. to "throw the people from the scent," word would be given out that the With a view t1II1s lnil in preserving \ bird and animal life there LAKE WILSON BONDS FOR 000000.000000000000.00.0000000000'.0000.0000000..00 ;,
ring had been broken; but the fact remain that the ring wis never even has been formed in Kissimmee a club '
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BUILDING ROAD WERE
"'I cracked. SOLD =
of the children-and every incentive .
Other resident will tell tale. after tale transactions is to the
? regarding, shady being given help projectors There was a specif 1 session of the
which have been "put over" in this county. Some; of these, no doubt have make a Success of the proposition. county commissioners on Monday to ,
'been .exaggerated at each retelling; some, possibly, have been told becauseof These club members are pledged to to consider the matter of the sale qf
all possible protect
failure upon the part of the speaker, to "get in"on the deal; but the use birds of means all sorts, as well as squirrels Lake Wilson bonds, amounting to OSCEOLA HARDWARE COM'Y ; effect of all these transactions has been to retard confidence. The moment found within the city; and they $80,000. This matter has been hanging -
Are for some time, although Ev
that a shady transaction is brought to light thaimoment is confidence lost will also, as many of them as pos- I ert P. Maule agreed to-take them; at

__, somewhere by someone. When people learn that those in whom trust has for sible! the enter construction into a contest_of birdhouses.The for prizes. per provided he should be awarded
been placed-li proved recreant-when it l is evidenced that for'the sake club is small at the present i the'contract' for 'building The road.
,4 of financial gains all sorts of trickery and flimflamming have gone on withno time but efforts are being; put forth : The price of the road precluded all
action that .
time.C.
at
remonstrance among thosfe higher up-then it i is that confidence droops to increase the membership Carroll M. Lowry, of Jacksonville -' .l
of the club ,
res- Makinson is'president ;
its head in shame. Kissim
very Lannie Woodall treasurer and Dick resented by W. J. Steed, of
u -- 4- .Confidence-and co-operation are the foundations for progress and pros Stanley secretary. The ; roster of mee, agreed to take the bonds at
perity. "Faith without works is dead" A city pr a community lacking Club will be given as soon aa there 95c-provided that the contract; of
remain dormant. Confidence shall be blood added-al- making the road be awarded him or I
faith and a belief in men and their intention some .new
to the men of his choice. From the
% *..i* a stimulant which bring about a change for the better: it gradually though Dorothy Bullock, and Alex-, amount to be paid, however there I .
junlo1are
ander Akerman, among
,. merge into co-opersjion which mean gigantic strides toward the.higher the members now enrolled.. was to be deducted the sum oy $2,500 f
p L He who turns.hi*-_desire (or--linaneiallam: into channels which will for attorney fees and-the contingent
$ ,. t, .do harm to the pepple is not an asset to a community; he who ttrge 'pacification RETURN TO KISSIMMEEAND expanses of -thereby allowing net the !4
WILL BUILD HOME sum $73,500.
: in many matter* and strives to bring about a better condition in The matter of opening the bids _-
which only good fellowship may exist prove his value to the city or town W... M. Stilling, who has been for the construction of the road is ,
,'* of county. spending the summer at his home in slated for Saturday, October 29. An s..
t ,* Nothing "ails Kissimmee. There is now the feeling that instance and Milfqrd Centre, Ohio, after enjoyingone advertisement for the proposal of .. r
+; t happenings of "other days" are- fast di.appearin8-&nd ai.i is.to. be hoped winter in Kissimmee has returned bids for the work appears n another
: build
and is about to a bungalowon column of today's issue of The Ga-
+, that.the feeling will be substantiated The ring rule, once 10 strong i i. now the vacant lot adjoining his home. sette. .
but, faintly outlined; it ha not been entirely erased but it is disappearing With him came W. P. Turner, and I ; .
,." lowly; and 'steadily. It i i. this very condition which is bound to push Kis- to follow him will be the family ofa PLANNING A BUSINESSOF
f '. sinunee and Oceola,. county into greater prominence-for only by square carpenter'who wiP feels help there erect is the I ]LARGE': DIMENSIONS

,;, >dealing and wiping ,out petty personalities and unfair. actions regarding ev- home.demand, Mr.for Stillings homes that wll be hard a sat I I The temporary refreshment booth ? ,
eryday life' can any community prosper' and. "wax fat." to fill, and he is bound to do what Alligator lake which was inaugurated There are no better Kitchen Tools made than those bearing i'-'
he can toysupply th* want. He be- last week by Or-Pr-CoyJe and
:f' EVERY MAN, TO BE GOOD CITIZEN, MUST BE LOYAL lievesthat Kissimmee is bound to I Thomas R. Lloyd has been doing a the nameWinchester' c
progress from this date as it has good: business since its opening, and
.", .* never progressed before. there is every evidence that the finn
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y' V WITHOUT equivocation it declared that
any may truthfully any mansotto .(will "make good" on the additional
will make the interest of the people subservient to his individual amp REPUTABLEOFFICERS (improvement now under way. Thus '
We handle line of
good them stand '
a and behind their +
binons and.his personal desire b not what they be rifhtfally termed "a one FOLLOW THIS EXAMPLE far there has been but a little shack s'
: ". hundred percent American citizen." "If it b against the good of my hometown b-- I(erected in which cold drinks and quality' with a double-geared back-acting guarantee. If $

,it cannot be endorsed by. me" is n .mighty food role' to carry in themind Along modern with printing plants great majorityof in Florida some other, but there sundries is now are work being going dispensed -; you want the best in the market, get! them

.. and to work to the I Emit upon every occasion.. .the Commercial. charges for its on upon a larger building that will IF YOU WANT CHEAPER GOODSwe
. job printing, the price set down in the I contain a dmingroom and living
*; ''WHY MANY DESERVING PEOPLE ARE; SLIGHTED Franklin list We wonder if all our quarters. Arrangements are to,, be -otTer you an excellent Butcher Knife seven inch, 4
patrons who are in business would provided for caring for a limited
'it'' be willing to accept prices 'al' ave- I number. who may desire to remain blade, for 25c. They are worth more money, but come' .
GENERALLY has' been the custom of the driver of a car not overloaded raged from the costs hr ten thousand on and.carry off a few at that price. Also in the same t''
'1 I' to: dack up a* he. passed a pedestrian, man woman, ,girl or bey and different businesses like theirs scattered formulated offer Knives .
quality cents
': offer to tarry'them along the road toward their destination. This was ex'- over the -country. With present I' There will also be found for sale we Paring at 10 .

peeled br the person '.on foot.' Things' however, have greatly changed and freight rates we would guess 'gasoline and oils-in fact it is the
'' they would not. Yet that is exactly design to have on hand needed -
the driver ofa; ; 'doe.. not feel safe in taking unless supplies .
,fit ; now, car on anyone- what we ARE doing.-Leesburg 'Commercial. ,for the travelers of which REMEMBERAll
t there' are some of his'friends in the'car.. There'have been too. many holdup's'among ; there are even now large, numbers our other great-line*, such as Furniture, Iueensware: ,
. the men taken OTJF board-and iE.wom n aDd girls are taken on there '. every day. With the completion of 'bib.OsceIiaHardwaraUr
that the endeavor later' COMMERCIAL COLLEGE the brick road'there'will be 'a steady General Hardware and .
t is ever the? possibility stranger may' ;, 'i on. to extract ,
,-, !'blackmail from the"On' doing them the service.: -Before'long there \will be IS,_NICELY THRIVING string of vehicles" f'aU aorts*passing -
in either 'direction-:and the excel-
a'uniyer..Lcustom.: among' all ''driver*' lo "let "'em alone"' when, overtaking More thant. twenty pupils' have lent: location 'will': bring,>. many ,to a
t'someone who,seems''Jao.t'worthy. "That is why"deserving person*' are' forced been ,enrolled on the 'books, of theKissimmee i stop ,at thin pretty spot. ';
walkTaereIy' because ''of;the ',risk being"rim Jjy'j a, chaufeur'who" seeks ,Business College and !
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'. there: is every evidence that there will j The world's consumption of sugart ,
1 'lo 'do'n.service ;'Th, :driver is not.toberblamedsf, he, hurries ,by:'and allows be many more after the Institution is \ estimated at 'between ,000,0P0 :

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diseases try Neid's Bath. 40-tfe ; big bargains. Oliver, 14Broadway INTERVAL DIPPINGS IV :
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: ; "C; 'E-' .Hilton,who1s foreman at a
fF (amber mill at Odessa Prator Gilbert has been in
spent Sunday who Or2fD T YS USELESS
with his family in Kissimmee. the orchestra of the Miller' Stock .H'Y-FELL1lWS
If suffering from rheumatism tryNeid's e'th I Company has returned to Kissim- [ !
t' Baths. 40tfcAl s display of-srmy goods;
,' I mee temporarily.. The company re-
T every one a bargain Oliver, 14 : SAYS BUREAU CHIEF
,.4 dry wood at Kissimmee Wood- Broad)vay. cently closed Xor the .season in Geor ,
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yard. Phone 262. ,
J. W. 'Bisonett and Miss Jennie'I gia.City ,
Bad debts collected or no pay. Re- lensley, relatives of Mrs.-J. K. Uil- I Tax Books are now' open. Government Officials Declare Dipping /
salts guaranteed.! J.,M. Willson. district lard from Five percent will be allowed for
L2 came Tampa to be present pay- at Low Altitudes Mast BeOftener
18-tfc ments made in November. J. R. Gilbert r'
.manager. at the funeral services of the late .- HIM 21 THE CRCJWDSaturday ,
"' Days ,
n--R.-T Broaaon. has! ..purchased: _1 J..J(...Hilliard.ory_Monday.!! .. , City Tax Collector. \ I ,

property known as the E. J. Meyers Notice: r City Licenses "Bryant" Washbufh'i new picture; With 'a desire to co-operate--with
t }some, I located on Clyde avenue, and and avoid penalties. All licenses due "An Amateur Devil/' is one of the the cattle-raisers A. O, Coult. secretary -

) will soon take poasession.Special' October 1. J. R. Gilbert, City Tax most delightful in which he has been of the Florida Development
j bargains in highgrade ar- Collector.Mrs. seen in many a day. The story is Board, wrote to the authorities in

""J". my goods that you really need. Ol J. D. MacGlashan, who has captivating and the humor most en- Washington to learn if would be
,.., iver. 14. Broadway. r been visiting in New York and New joyable. Ann May heads an unusually satisfactory to .the government if' ,and Monday Specials \
Rev. H. O. Lane of Halnes City, Jersey points during the summer. i clever supporting cast. cattle-dipping should take place ev- ,

will occupy; the pulpit of the Chris- has arrived in Kissimmee-and will I Tanlac is manufactured in one of.stipulated days in place of the ," '.
, tian church on Sunday morning at make her home here with her husband the largest and most modernly equip- fourteen days. If such a r.\
the usual hour, and a full attendance who is at the,head of the Kis- I ped laboratories in this country.; ,Central I measure would be acceptable to the/ AT ": < ..)
of membership is urged. simmee Business College. Drug Store. government and thereby the ban II.
against the shipping out of cattle
u City Tax Books are now open. City Tax Books are- now open. Realarts "Wonder Girl," May Mc- .I from this state would the sooner be I.
Five percent will be allowed for payments Five percent will be allowed for payments Avoy, uuiae her start 'in screen acting lifted, the cattlemen o f Waltoncounty Goodman '
made in November. J. R. Gil- made in November. J.,, R. Gil- by appearing in an advertising had guaranteed to, the s Grocery \
? bert, City Tax Collector. bert, City Tax Collector. film which exploited a well known salary and of its pay w
expenses representative
Miss Beth Bryan, of Jacksonville, The general repairs to the Chapter. brand of sugar. Now, three years I if other counties would do v./
visited' friends in Kissimmee on House having been completed the later, she is a full fledged star. She I I the same, in order that a special session -

Monday-driving from Orlando with Furniture and all the fixtures have will be seen in here at the Casino next" of the legislature might take 10 Pounds Black-Eyed Peas _______ __-_____._.:__-__-. :_7Sc
S. M. Drawdy\and family whose been moved back into the Thursday "Everything For Sale. action regards -
guest she has been. and are ready for rearrangement.Not building. 'Wanted: Copying, stenographicwork. The as reply received cattle-dipping.by Mr. Coult 10 Pounds Hudnut's Grits _______________-____i __...____,,3Oc '

Wanted: To exchange one\! slightly many days will elapse before the Jessie D. Kleinman. Phone concerning his query precludes all 10 Pounds Hudnut's Cream Meal-------------,._--_'._.___-3k':: 1.

used Ford touring car body for place is in attractice condition. 2S3, State" Bank, building. 42-tf possibility of the cattlemen and the 10 Pounds Good Rice .:. .' J_ _J __, ;_ '
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one less used Ford roadster body.I. Thousands of weak, run-down men Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Roberta, and government entering any compromise.
P. Timmons. 44-tfc and women have reported astonish Mrs. Myrtle Lightsey and the tat The government was emphatic 10 Pounds Granulated Sugar -------------____...*.J___._____65e '

William Wttiterton. who owns ing gains in weight from the"use of ter's little daughter, Mildred, arriv- Im its declaration before the action 2 Pounds ;.Good- Bulk-.MacaronL....... :____: .:: :._.. : .a.
property in Kissimmee and has a Tanlac. Central Drug Store.- ed in Kiasimmee Thursday after by the Florida legislature-and has .T3Sc

considerable acquaintance in this vicinity W. T. Vail, of Rose avenue,_has noon of last week from Homestead, not receded hi any degree from the 7 Packages Washing Powder -------_,__________;.: .___-
Is now, with Mrs. Winterton, been spending the week in Miami- to be present at the bedside of the stand first -taken. The reply read: I C lIon' Alaga Syrup -.7'
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at Briton, Nova Scotia late J. ,K. Hilliard. They were with Reference is'made to 'your letterin .
?, where he represented the Kissim I Gallon. White Karo ___ ______ ...r:._ t '
+ Sydney11c.pe point he writes to mee Presbyterian church at him at the hour of his death. Mrs. regard to the proposal of certain ----------':.---,-- ,

hav continued to his of the presbytery comprising the session Frank Chandler, of Homestead drove interests in the State of Florida to I Dozen Cans Army Corn Beef._..____;____l..__, 'A__.$I'SO. ".
the partynd returned to her home condupt the of cattle at 21-
dipping
.! address.Five dollars reward for sample South the churches Florida.of that denomination' in en Saturday. day Interval I in> systematic tick 1 Dozen Tall Van Camp Milk_____.L________ _,___ _______...JIM

y"t"".; shoe-tray lost on Melbourne road Wanted: To exchange one slightly Notice: Pay your City' Licenses ,eradication work on the ground that 2 Pounds Good Bulk'COfee______--- i---: ------...... -.3Sc
near road- Henry M. Taylor, ,and avoid penalties. All licenses due the 21-day dipping was recognized
amp. used Ford for
touring car body in Texas. In this connection is
October 1. J. R. Gilbert Tax it
City I
Pastofflce Box 582 Tampa, Florida.
x one less used Ford roadster body.I. '
desired to that '
If state, aowhere in
Collector. ,
FEED THAT WILL SUIT "
YOU LBrown
P. Timmons. 44-tfc Texas has the dipping-of cattle at AYPRICES.:
-----. Those who like' their
photoplay
Vernon Porter, driving his sedan entertainment liberally sprinkled i ZlMay intervals been authorized by Mule Sweet\ Feed. Shorts Corn; Winner'Seratch.t' Purina;Hen
,. was overtipped in Saint Cloud by I the sanitary commission of that
) heavy car coming upon the brickroad a with around thrill. at and the excitement Casino just tomorrow. drop state except in the high and dry Chow, Little Joe Daisy Feed ,Beet Pulp ,and eyerythinl'you rued

from' a cross-street at a pace too where "Tom ranch country west and southwest of -
Mix William Fox Star
to at The sedan Fort Worth. The Jof
rapid p. was con- dipping cattleat
is in
appearing "Hands Off The
clderably damaged but the occupants 21-day intervals has been tried in :
is western drama of Texas
were practically unharmed. It picture a various localities with a low altitudeand 1
life that contains to ood !
more enjoyment
was, as',Mr. porter says, one of those the singles-reel than three in all instances failed to result nan'sGrocery
'
JAPEiMixture accidents where it Is difficult to fix western picture ordinary satisfactorily., ". '
the whole blame. Very-truly yours, !*, ,
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Notice: Pay your. City Licenses, R. A. RAMSAY : .
and avoid penalties.. All licenses due Chief Tick Eradication Division.. J. W. GOODMAN, Proprietor 't, ,

October 1, J. R..'Gilbert, City Tax From this- communication it may Broadway KlsttauM. ; Bnaitwy y
Collector.. .. I be .readily seen that the entire matteris ' .
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\ .
@ 'Some. fear was expressed that II I up?to the cattlemen-the 'government -
when the contractors commenced to claiming to' have done its best >
brick in every detail. As soon as the cat-
, of Monkey, Monstrosity carry over the asphalt pave- tle-growers shall, as a unit, agree to '
ment between Ashton the
and ter-
comply with the requirements of the M.,V./BOYER, ..a ROBERTS
and'Xlhost.No WARMS
minus of the paved section east of REAL ESTATE -
it is
government understood that
Ape in these prices-they are Alligator lake there would' be a (gen- there will follow

Straight Bargains trip?ral over breaking the road up of on the Sunday paying.showed A- the part of the federal cooperation'upon authorities; THROUGH GOOD BUYS Boyer & Roberts H
but until
shall be
emphatic
t not the least sign of wear, and : steps ,, .
taken in this direction the conditionof ,

., Good to Monday, 17 no been breakage.taking special The drivers care must over have thetransportation ;_ i within the raiser his of bend stock will lie wholly BY FORMER "SETTLERFormer --- -.... '
own
We want '_ '
as but eighteen : more listings as we ',
6:30 P. M. bricks were noted along the. more Ti City Tax Books are now open. hare prospects for Homes, Farms. .
OfficialRetnnu To Kissimmee
k than half dozen miles as having fallen Five percent will be allowed for payments City Rooming-houses, and 'Hotel,
from the freighters and Declares Conditions
-- - made in November. J. R. Gilbert '
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Prompt attention courteous treat .
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'.. lOO-lb Yellow "
.. Sack Corn$1.7r100Ib Tanlac has been ri unfailing ,-City-Tax-Coileetor.- -* Are Fine-For-investments meat and. "Live and Let Lire" price,
" R Sack Scratch Feed_ 2.15 source of comfort to millions The Gazette is In receipt of a ,
100-lb Sack Shorts (white throughout the length and breadthof + communication which reads in part:, Some years ago Leonard Williamswas BOYER ROBERTS x*
this continent. Have tried it chief of In Kissimmee, 4r
i you "As a reader of your paper I wish police '
sax) .*_ 1.85 for your troubles? Central Drug to congratulate,, you on the stand you and when he was freed from office 118 Broadway KISSIMMEBL. .
? 24-Ifc Sack Pillsbury Flour 1.29 Store. take regarding the printing of news. h* went' to Tampa. For four years ,.
.
'7" r 24-Ib Sack Golden Days Flour .98 Ed L. Cowles, a newspaperman of I My idea of news is to print factsno -' Mr. Williams represented in that city JDRINK'

r 12-lb Sack Self-Rising Flour.. .63 long years of experience in the matter :who -they- may effect. Ifa the Everglades Cypress Company, of
Loughman; but all the time he was FISH-LAKE PARES
handling of sports and special articles !- person has any qualms about see-
i' 1 b.8lb Pail Snowdrift _._. 1.25 -and: especially good authority \ ing his name in print he should be speculating on the side with realty MINERAL WATER ,

T 1 Pint Wesson Oil-___il__ 25 in matters concerning baseballis more careful." The remainder of in various west coast 'communities. "and ss
' That he must have used a great dealof4iacretlon' Healthful PeUclon .
the *
;;: 1 Quart Wesson OiL.50 in Kissimmee today. For several missive carries caustic referenceto ,
years he has been connected with the The Real Test certain conditions---which' Hr hi -"rnade-good'Ms- evidenced '
; Good Creamery- Butter .46 Post, of West Palm Beach, and was deemed better at this time not to that he Is about"to" returnto '10c" Per aUoQ'd" e11, ,

, Pionic Hama __ .18 in this city to see old friends. For print. Kissimmee, where he has bought ,
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h the past ten Mr. Cowle has of several properties and make this Midway, between Xlulmm. w"fl
' Dry Salt Meat .17 been a student years of psychology! and a Phonograph' BACK TO KISSIMMEE city his home. He and his family C1,0a4' ,

: Compound Lard -i.__ .15 has abandoned the werein Kissimmee on Saturday.Mr. .
field"
,. I 10 lbs Whole! Wee________ 55 form classes in this newspaper science which to is Cyan< it'play the Some- seven move J. C. Roberts Williams has Flossie urchaled' the Can 1'18-. a. Florxl'Grocery.' '
of Mrs. Gilbert at
and family to Texas- property
it r. 10 Ibs Granulated Sugar___ .69 being so pleasingly received and so "High Notes'.' where they have since,resided. They 121 -street--taking this as an Delivered to .your'nomo Ue' 'if.

'; 1 1 Ib Calumet Baking Powder .%S impressively of the believed by a vast number particularly without really never did thoroughly enjoy investment. He has also bought the per gallon. : -'
Amer-
greatest people in soprano
Iba Beans_ the state and now they have' re- property at No.400 Clyde avenuelonging .
t) 10 Navy _____ .75 ica. t 1'fI '*. "metalic vibra-
suggestion
or to Mrs. Gilbert-
,1 turned' to Kissimmee to reside. Mr. Nancy
,;. 2 Packages Mothers' Oats_ 25 wish to rent several furnished tion? Very few phonographscan. Roberts is brother of R. S. Roberts, and pro ay.to establish his home ..>.Mt..... .>0. OM.M .

i' 2 Packages, Macaroni ..15 rooms on a lower floes:, convenient to of'609 Sumner street, and is employ temporarily at that location. In both , ,
, 2 Packages Egg Noodles.__' .15 bath and toilet. Can jet along with ed in.the Goodman Grocery. these places the new owner will : Yoweli's' ::
4 two bedrooms and living room that Come-in and hear a soprano make Improvements and render the .
fr, .'11 No. 2 Blue Ridge Peaa____ .15 may be used for kitchen and dining- record ORLANDO MERCHANTSARE properties the more attractive.Mr. '. f t
played ,
on a
s No. 2 Extra Fancy Corn. 2 for .%S room. The rent must be within GOOD ADVERTISERSThe Williams has. purchased also,
No. 2 Tornatoes .10 reach of a workingman. I want the vacant lot corner of Clyde and ; Dray & Baggageh6 i ,

3 No. 2 Tall Salmon.-2 for-__ 25 quick response Address, .:" "Hurry," Orlando Reporter-Star made a Patrick and proposes to here erect > ,
care of The Gazette or phone 11, splendid issue on Tuesday-when a handsome bungalow for .his own r
2' Cans Tall Milk 25 city. 43-tf thirty-two pages made up the pub use and occupancy. Tranat6"000 ,-
i
'jrj 4 Cans Baby' Milk..______ .%S II. Clay Stanford is anxious to lication. Three eight page sections These investments of Mr.Williams ; r_.
You will marvel at the clear- were devoted almost entirely to publicity express the confidence he feels in the
dispose of his low shoes at almost
'v .t, No. 2Y2! CaliforniaPeachei.. .%S .
J for a drygoods store which wasentering future of Kissimmee, and will incite '
any price, and is making an an- toned vibrafionless ringing J
ti'e Mb Brick Pure Codfish___ .45
others to make investments. Said he
this a building just completedfor :
nouncement to effect. He- is actually of the "high notes.
plfaheJ 12-oz Seeded Raisins, fresh. ..20e selling ...shoes at prices 110, low intensity its occupancy. "I have been buying "and selling ; 'Phouc23 .J 7'1' .

nd 1 15-oz Sunmaid S. Raisins_ 25 as to lose money on every sale-and BIRD BUNGALOWS ARE I realty inn small lots and parcels for t ,-:0'. -* ,**" ... r
the several
past ye.r-.nd have also '
ten 12-oz Currants ...__ .%0 Stanford it might has be'f lost mentioned, within that the past Mr. A Type and Price to Suit NOW IN FULL SEASONThe handled some good proposl iona. 00 +0

sao; Drained Citron pound ____ .40 close to ten. thousand dollars is-in But nowhere have I seen such a good I '
year
the
i because of:the depreciating markets. Brunswick Phonographs are best autumn. opening as is to be found in Kissimmee. : EVIDENTLY, :;BERGDOLL A

t Believing that the_ markets were to :jma'de ,Jn<_great _variety. You The many birds find become shelter andsleep used to- tem in, them.and .thinking I really about don't that see there what peopleare is not I IS' NOT'MUCH. BELOVED,

"Wa Sell It For less"t go"higher his as.predicted, he -''loadedup will find the satisfactory' style The bluebirds come early and manya more buying and, more building.Here .I I ', -
that patrons might take advantage at the right price. : Our convenient mild day.in winter one mSy see is Kissimmee actually turning !Kansas/City the Missouri state I
-
of low.markets-when there payment plan la the them as they are looking for a sway people>.because of the lack' of convention,0(. the American Legion'
t came a falling market and he was "choice, location." Leave the houses apartments and h ; ..while there it was'' announced that'a resolution
: forced to sell at the declining prices.He final convenience.WilderY. np .the year round. Being, ouilt) of are thousand.; ? 'chance for concerning Grove' C. BergdoU, draft

has lost.much money during' the cypress, ,The. Wood Eternal." theyare making good .' upon investments deserter. was about to be introduced-
IHL1AYlOR'' Y UM past few 'mont .-and is now standing : StudioKitsumi.ee everlasting-they won't- be ruin- lying all about the,city.* 'l"m As a member arose to reait it.another
: "to ,lose much"'lore in'the sal ed .weathering.. The chief reason going to:man my family back here shouted:, 'JI.lm*" its adoption.: 'A .
he fa makna'oFor' :- : that birds 'go south'.in the 'winter is right away, and I'm, going; to get roar of'wlam. from the ;assmbled .. ,,;
r '4!FULL ,STORES-4V" /' RentNicely'furnished"flat, ; Florida because they cannot,/lget' enough food busy and see what can be done lathe delegate;and it was unanimously
; with fireplace; three rooms! and bath. and they have poor accommodations s way'tof advancing, the Interests .adopted without having bow '
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'! I :. W. Bi Harris,'' 'Gazette office. /' ''-t( I,to keep them WUJn'and; comfortable: rf..,' eel"l ."*.' r ad.;, "- "* "i.; .. ....r
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iA THE DSSIMMEE 'VALLEY 'GAZETTE FRIDAY, OCTOBER' 14,, 1921 II

"
wound 'Race entries are'beginning to bar 19, the closing day automobile
1 ,'tboulrht to have been the fatal come there .Ii..
:wound, l had severed her jugular in already and the fair association races will be held. Each day
Home Demonstration'ColumnMISS promises a five days'* program of will be a great program 01 free acts
vein.To harness and running races of the 'n front of the grandstand which,"
I help the manufacturers of highest class. Auto polo is to be with the bleachers, will\] have a eom."r! yl
ALDINA SMITH. I dressgoods draw larger dividendsthe featured daily on' the field within the bind seating: capacity of 6,600 peo
dressmakers of America have issued race track proper as an extra attraction pie: Spectacular fireworks displayswill
r an ultimatum that all dress while on Saturday, Novem-' fie given at night, .1

Cull flocks.- ..' skirts must be made longer than' at , , .-, . . . . ....AAA&_ ,
your the present time. This I. the word ,t.oo.o.oo..ooo..ooooo .ooooooOOt.. .oo".VVYV ,
', n UNIVERSAL '1T Why keep the slacker hen?' sent, from New York -,and women
THE AR' Miss Minnie Floyd, state poultry now wearing: skirts of convenient
lto agent gives the following points: length are wondering what percentof ALLIGATOR INNLocated' I
I IFlorida's} winter demand forpoul- the increased profits will go' to ,
try is not surpassed by any state, those. who. have .issued the dictum. Roadl
a. Start fall hatching now.b. at Lake Alligator, on Hard-Surfaced
.' The winter broilers and fryers LEGION N01' l Just Across The .Canal .
I
mean-money IN SYMPATHY WITH LINER ,
2. Fall and winter depend OILS
eggs
'
.. I
COLD DRINKS, SANDWICHES, -GASOLINE AND
largely feeding.a. .
upon proper "It ., '
( New York.Tne Bayern, first
mash before the .
Keep a dry ,
ta
laying flock all of the time.b. German liner to enter New Yorkharior Lunches for Picnic Parties -- /
Provide runs for the in seven years,. docked within .
green
flock.3.Early. 100 yards of the office of the American '
layers make high records.a. Legion's national commanderthere a'i' Coyle & Lloyd '
Legband all early layers and but the Legion took no partIn :
the official welcome
which NewYork's
l late molters. I.. .
b. Use them for breeders. mayor extended. It was reported ,
A number of flocks in Osceola that Herr Captain Oscar -r-- ,
.
county have been culled in the past Schwamberger, of the Bayern Commanded
two weeks. a German U-boat during the I
If-you wish" Ihe assistance of your war of 1914.1918but a Legion repsresentative's '
agent in this work let your wants be, effort to board the ship -r
known, and: prompt service will follow to success.confirm the report met :with ho Do You Look Forward To a

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CRIMINALS ARE SELDOM BASEBALL ENTHUSIASTS I Good Night's Rest? 9 "'\

CONVICTED FLORIDAIt KEPT TRACK OF SCORES
'4 Touring; Car anticipate and Drink Postum, I t
Doyou regularly coffee. ff1
is a fact worthy of comment Kissimmee was not to be outdonein ',
$355 r. v.rnif
.o.lL that of all confidence men and wire- the way of securing returns of the a refreshing sleep the delicious meal-time
tappers and robbers and thieves and great games between the Yankeesand Or do you dread going to beverage instead I In fla k '!

thugs that have been arrested in the Giants, and arrangements, bed, only to stare, .leepvor it is much like coffee.: 1-t
Florida none have been punished. were made before the opening; gameto less, at the walls? The
Go In Comfort Bank-looters are convicted-and go have quick wire service from the Postum is fundamentally X .f
difference between sleep ,.
k free. Sick men who shoot visitors in diamond. The fans here receivedthe a nerve strengthcner ,
the back are convicted--and go free. same reports sent other and ing and staring. is simply because .it lets you get I
Governors who connive at unlawfulness cities a matter of nerves.
larger and the seats at the sound restful sleep. ft.
-go free. Confidence men discovered "ringside" here proved quick sellers. ,
, at your pleasure-go where you with the goods are convictedand Each afternoqn there was a good When your nervous Postumisaskilfullymadecereal ;

., .GO choose and when you choose,with go free. Men are convicted of house-and on Sunday, especially, is in a sound concerea1 beverage, and the :,:1 i I
1, 4 friends.. Enjoy various crimes-and go free. Verily with nothing of moment to do; the dition, you are certain to secret of its popularity is
family
your your this is free
a countryKissimmeeGazette. space before the board was playing sleep welt But when its protection to health \
; the boundless beauties of nature,the pure to full capacity. The great national out and its delicious flavor. I
nerves are worn
The Gazette is absolutely correct. game has mere devotees than your ,,- '
?r air, a lunch in a shady wood, a fishing Criminals are looked upon.these days: else in the entire world, so anything it and beyond your control
too lightly. In fact the majority of I is believed rest is broken and Ask your grocer for 6
excursion, a rest by a cool lake or stream. ; and conditions here have your '
them think if they can create a sensation been peculiarly apt to have excellent your awakening leaves Poetum. Drink this hot, \4'
or get their names in big letters attendance each day of the series. you languid and irritable. refreshing beverage in _
You can in a Ford. Millions have learned in the newspapers, they are place of tea or coffee for '
heroes and have little concern of the HOST OF ATTRACTIONSFOR .
Doctors know that 10 days and see what a '
experience that to own and operatea The fact that
by
consequences. very \
criminals get out of jail, that they J JACKSONVILLE FAIR much of the nerve disorders wonderful difference it ty!
Ford b not an extravagance; they convicted as they ought to Jacksonville October 13. With result from tea will make in the way you I

.; have learned that the many pleasures bend that people who claim to be the Florida state fair and expositionto and coffee drinking. The feet ',:-

derived from a Ford takes the place law-abiding citizens help them to be held in Jacksonville from No- drugs in these drinks '
cover up their work and protect Poitom comes in two a.
vember 12 to 19 .
only a little over a timulateoftencaus-- ..
; J of other pleasures and the saving them is an inducement to others to month away, preparations for its ins the serious ills which form.: instant Ponam(in tin)' ,
into the Take' who made instantly in the cap by
get man
a
; thuS made often pays for the car and its steals a payroll game.of several hundred opening. are rapidly nearjng. ...completion. result from disturbing the the addition of boiling water.regularbodilyfunctlone.It I
thousand dollars. The limit he can PoMum Great((10 package. of !
ir maintenance. Never before, officials of the state ,
bulk, for thoM who
get is 20 years. How many men fair association say, have they sue- is for your health's sake larger prefer
make th.ddnk while the
to :
Get the lave up that amount in 20 )tears'time ceeed in assembling such a great and that many doctors, nowmad I. being ) _lie 1
talk this prepared <
Let's matter over. ? If they get good behavior varied array of attractions, and this, "
should tea for 20 minutes
quit by boiling
ay you
facts and figures. time they will get out much earlier coupled with the fact that the new 1
and perhaps' get pardoned if they hair-mile race track is to be ready .
I wait a few years. The highwayman for use, is expected to swell attendance Postum for Health .
and the murderer these days has the records to a point never before
I. P. TIMMONS odds all on his side because there are I approached. Special reduced rates 'i\ "There's a Reason" 1
usually too many mixed up in it and I will be available from all Florida
y AataorUed Dealer : : KksisBssee, Florida by pulling all strings and wires, the, points and elsewhere to Jacksonville,
courts in this day and age have a it_has been definitely announced
hard time getting them convicted. _..______i
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Thorn is right when he says this is I
a free. country. We should think ao.
-Lakeland Star. :

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r ,,, ,-- .-- -- CRIMINALS ARE SELDOM' "

.........00.. 0 0 ot. CONVICTED' IN FLORIDAW.
..
L. Thorndyke. popularly knownas

: mee Thorn Valley,.now Gazette editor, is of a The brainy Kissim man Woodward Lumber. :: '

as well as the writer of'a lot of non. Company : l

YALE TIRES sense. .says'When something.Keeping he gets!: serious, he always \ip-' .

t with-the news of the state, he has]
r . this comment to make in his latest
f I Inane: )
"It is a fact worthy of commentthat ** KISSIMMEE &
of all the confidence men and
wiretappers and robbers and thieve
.-/ and thugs that have been arrestedIn
1'a' ? Florida none( have been punished.

.. Bank-looters are convicted- aVid go ,
=z 8,000 Miles Adjustment on fabrics free.' Sick men who shoot visitorsIn .
the back are' convicted and go :
'ree.' Governors who connive at un- YARD IS NOW OPEN ct
Miles Cordsu4 .
12,000 Adjustment on awfulness-.I'o free. Confidence men
discovered with the goods are convicted -
_j; I IL i -and go free. Men are -con-

k victed of various crimes--and go J,
//:Adjustments Made HereCLAY 0 --- ---
ree. Verily} this I. a free country. ---i *

...'vu .. -Clearwater News.EMPHATIC ASSERTIONThe Cars Are;Vnloading Every Day and Within a Short Time We


r r : THOMAS I cattlemen are now begging for Will Be In a Position to ,

relief. Every state in the union has

.,:S wait Avow Gangs Pfcoa 22. J:' I--H barred; even the the importation meat and of hides ticky being cattle - \

barred.Cuba, and Florida's Cuba only is threatening market now to is Supply All Your Needs in the Lumber Line.\

cF --- -- close her doors. The same live stock "
owners who have been blowing up
LV* led Fsrti&scrs Jatectidass Sprayers Poultry'SuppRes dipping vats now see that their only

HssMst Goods. Fair Prices Preapt Sh1p..est hope of salvation is to eliminate the
tick and now want a special sessionof

"J E.'0. PAINTER. Ask FERTILIZER Yoar Neighbor CO,He JacfeoaTflb Knows FloridaG.t ngp.the No legislature doubt they to will compel get what dip- Moderate Prices Will Ever Prevail

,.May 20th> ,1921 Price Lists. Now hnIaI a.' "SIMON PURE" sad they want, as they apparently carry' vf: -
"GEM BRANDS" he legislature in their vest pocket; -
7i\ but it all makes a "No Fence" advocate
smile. We hope that the doors
will be closed until every cattle range We Will Do Our Part I
in Florida is under fence.-Florida Toward Helping ;:
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Grower.*


ri','... jj. Bargains,. In Used Automobiles. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERETOLD -IN A LINE-OR-TWO Build ,Up Kissimmee .


\. Rev. J. A. Spencer, of Lakeport, .
Terms has Leen found guilty of murdering
4,1 to Responsible People Ma wife, and has been given a life ,.
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''';; sentence. '
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.< X .1 Private Parties and Contractors should Call, Inspect Our Stock ) ::
: ..? ONE "BABY GRAND" CHEVROLET Larry Aycock, aged 26, tilled his
,: irother-in-law, Ross Pierce at Pine and See Where We Can Save You Money on the BEST LUMBER **
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'< Ir i ONE 1919 DODGE TOURING Level, North Carolina, by striking t
1 a i him over the head with an .axe-and r .
; ,, a ONE HAYNES S-PASSENGER then made his ,escape. No reason
: has peen assigned for the deed. -

..*., *'to.t :- ;' .h" ,l ,ONE 1920, FORD TOURING(" .. Joshua Presley, a negro eighteen Yard located in South Kissimmee Next to, Tucker Wood-Tex Brick PlantWOODWARD 'f
> HJT old is hunted for the
,1" ONE ,,,1'11..FORD TOURING years being '
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V murder Charles A. Reagan, a .
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% .'. ;$": :':. ,ONE.,1919' FORD ROADSTER .,. 1g banker and planter of Conyers \ .
whose found In-
jfj . ;. '" Georgia, body was :
'\' ONE 1916 FORD TOURING Yellow river, Presley; had been giv-
. i j" . . en: a.permit by the county commissioners .

'. : .' ',THREE :1922FORDTOURINGS'' ,r' ,'to carry. a gun. .If'<, lUMB.ERCOMP'-Y

,FrahdaOKluxen:! fourteen .yearold .
; is held fot the brutal murder/of( r '..'
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7 Sa- SAM:: ;G,..RAGSDAr'i,( Janet'U.cU.orr.New Lawrence, ,'i.rsey'.aWhen. aged ,twelve: ,her. ''}at ''r I F._ :E. 'WOODWARD

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"r' ; I "" body the .. feet "''.'f.r. ,f. : .
1 t .;XISSU4MEE,, lad been tightly: tied, and,there werewentyflre t "" "
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E Need Aa Kveahig Scheel Here's] Looldag At'Y''
11: Honest-to-Aimie, it Jess i make me TheVBartow Record, says that .
a THOUGHT TANK larf to hear Orlando citizen NBraD fruit better *' '.
:,r QOINQ T"O "TAN/IF3 A ? TAPPING THE an speakof ed. brings prices. ;
the big tavern in that Jown as But Isn't brandied fruit a little bit
The "Banana: Truck" will make trips each Sunday, the, "San Ju-An" pronouncing, it .ane-roul' to trifle'with during.these
TasseaV and, Thurtdcf. Will banlrffrreighte..srea- Br. 'THORN I precisely. as spelled. And I sure lays: ef.close-watching Even when
*ers to. Tampa: or any po -* -t .I hear 'em. Yassum. ' t 'go4nbo the store for a cake of
enable prices on those' 4.711.f'or particulars \ .' ; yeast the clerk looks at. me suspiiously -

'-I. E' 9I EAFt9. Twer BetterThiis Oaphretle Conditions Emphasized Merely A Slight Diff and .tin other day he had,,
,The Saint Augustine Record : the to me if wife made
says nerve asw
the Clearwater Sun heads -a dl's- The Perry Herald contains an ex my
1108 Mabbette. Street ; USS1MMEEETerybedy ... .. patch "Workmen, on Strike .Blew Up pre..ion.like this)' "Colored, women "In Persia platnq-cards of ivory her own bread Brandied fruit\
. . Railroad." How much better it would want washing" So far a. I am In. haye been used." It might also be All right; Ill bite. Where can :r uPi
have been could it have read "Work. formed the same condition exists ,in stated with considerable accuracy any. of the stuff
Who b AaybWy AdVerBies Their '"Waats" .h The VaBey Caietb men on Railroad'Blew Up Strike this county too and likewise. that in ,, America many card-players ,4'4'4' .
.* * have 'the upper portion of their sn't It Th' LI.lt .
.. Everybody's 'DoJn1 -It. ..' Why The Misquotation frameworli. made of. ivory Into The Orlando. Sentinel 'tolls about
.. --. I'm betting that the reason'.'why Says the Gainesville News which It is mighty hard to inject "bridge-luncheon., Let 'er lunch I
the return of A.,8. Nelson from the "Ye have the with anything'except with' a gimlet.,

J ; ; Hour:, 9 ..., m.. to, IZJNoon: Hours(' 7 p. .... to.!J >': aw; II middlewest'waf tine for"is.so-his delayed Dundrearys ia that he to you of mankinl.Nothing'.Iway./.' said.the Savior_ Wasn't-That' .. 1 Just* e Too; e Sweet 1: 'stood And I on heard a bridge each- woman at luncheon gush

grow out. The chances are that he of the sort. What the In describing wedding party the, About a hundred thousand things
I was hit by the fad and had his bible says'' is '"Ths poor ye. .have' always Live Oak .Democrat says: From "Hushl"!, to< "mush"' and
Kissimmee Business College whiskers "bobbed. with .." The bride .and groom ate "slush." .
., ,-.. *' their cream :from a bowl And I thought as I stood kt'lunchsonOf
I Ir well. ; But Do The>r May Be AU Right that was brought over. in the,,horrors that alitays shock,
1 ..Says the Winter Haven' Chief: The Gainesville News gleefully the May Flower. It. absentees knew what,>j they wont .
.J MERCHANT. AND FARMERS BANK BUILDING \ Girls who smoke figarets floats because J. B. Douglas, a Well that's. all right fotrtheance" through , '
-. Gainesville has been yet- When the hammers commenced to
ought not to object being product, elect--
: Kiisimmee Florida *. kissed by man-who smokes ep president of a Texas Oil Compa. Two spoons with but a single bowl! knock, ? '
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real cigars. l ny. I hope it's all right but, sometimes . The thought was sweet and, dear; 'S-" X *' ,,,. u'
And women who are raising -a i the .occupancy of the presidential But.. .'er. again will both lick ,from' "Hobbles--Or.""Hobbles" ,,
trifling,little.,mustache..houXdnt..obct chair ina Texas oil concern is One. May Flower, souvenir 1.A L .Says the Bartow Record:'. Klaitmmee'ThornofTha
MacGLASHAN. MRS.-CTE: : HILTON I -'- ... ... 'e-" p' .
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fc.il JAMES D. Principal.: | to, being fondled by someone. merely the preliminary'stepT .
OneTooth
Commercial Branch Stenography and Typewriting; wearing- .one of* S real* *man's size.' penitentiary. * Says the Avon Expert Park Pilot t Gazette on 'the-,South heads Florida an editorial Press''

Very Natural Sequence Punta. Gorda' Herald. says' Association Where Women
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Here Is.Information In Clearwater the.other evening three-pound 'avocadoes are 'Are Wearing the ''Spurs."
Haven' Chief <
Evening 'tl s.ea Start Monday, October '3. running on Says. One the.,witness Winter In. the Ar-; Miss Grace Bigger beautifully sang"What's common there. We don'tknow' Not spurs Thorn.' Not
I" anything about Punta
Air ,and !
In The Today spurs The men of the'par.
,Monday, Wednesday. ,' and Friday buckle' case swore Mrs.Bam followed it by another entitled "If I Gorda avocadoes, but we do ,tan so nice and tractable
li bina" Delmont,>was swore Could Fly." The large and delighted i know they raise some of the that the women dont needto
.- Mrs. Bambina Delmont was audience naturally inferred that' if, largest, sweetest. juiciest wear spurs if you know
not commit .perjury when the singer, could fly it would bemightyeasyto pineapples there that, we what I mean. Th.y.re rid-
-.:. -- ,: ... -- she said it. -' determine what would 'ever....stuck a tooth Int .ing-..alreadr..traineCLhobbiea.; .. ".
4440444+44444444444444444444444444440444044Nice < If that doesnt settle the"gUetlonthen be in the alr-r-and] everyone would With all tb'kmd'thoughtitn7 the and prefer to' be civilized. .
-_. nothing will* *ever* settle it. ,look up to the vocalist < world I would suggest that, Editor "Prefer to be civilised," do they: !"
*- *' Adams immediately I see 'a dentist Well bless"em.I'll best to
[ Homes For Rent. Newspaper Licence, Mebbe Seemed To lilt Everyone and secure some companions foe that get 'em that way. I thine such a
. . Why' is it that every time something : Fellow told me that the preacherat one tooth. The durned molar must culmination would be mighty, sweet,
i : of considerable moment happens the tent the other evening told be lonesome besides, the apple would -also unusual. ,I thank you.'
to a girl she is styled .. "pret' the folks if they hadn't paid for The taste much better. .' .L
THREE RJRNLSHFD ,HOMES ty" ors"petiter" One of the celebrated Gazette they'd better go right down *. Dreaming Is Right n
;, I and murder cases in Florida has the next day and pay a year in ad I Dear Uttle Betty The OrlandoReporterStar' recently
brought forth the fact that the girl vance. That's a mighty good idea.f i The daily press is printing a portrait had a nice little' article about
TWO THAT ARE UNFURNISHED was "pretty" while all who have But when it comes to squaring up now of Betty Campbell :one of the "Automobile Dream Book"-and
seen her, portraits in the papers can everything all at once I happened to the guests at the Arbuckle booze as it doubtless contains a / lot'of
wear that she was very mediocre. think about the doctor's bill I'm ow-I arty," who says* she "Was annoyed" Ross about the dreams a man hal
THESE SHOULD BE SEEN IMMEDIATELYFor Used to read in one exchange abouta ing. However, I reckon he didn't by one of the visitors. she think 1 before: he buys his car and the nightmares .
"petite little brunette in the collector's mean me when he made that talk. gracious-Annie! What did he gets after the buy /Is'made
office" .who was as petite as Nos .ir. that party w.JI.I- going to bet Did it certainly should be among the
quick action and legitimate deals it will pay you to see me a shrimp and a durnsite more "bru" I she opine when she accepted the "in. best sellers also in the' best' cel-
than "net"-but the gushwriterused Names Was Certainly Namea .vite" that it was going to be opened lars. We dream of the speed"we'll
to get away 'with it till every Wonder if Solomon could remember with'prayer and the repetition of make o'er the roads with the &iii'of'
D. M., BOYTE one laffed. It really doesn't pay ** the name of each of his wives? I the litany was to be .one of the leading laughter and JIO'fIgi.we dream of the {
be splashy in paying compliments.. I Or did he call each one "Ifon" and features? I wot ,not- and Betty joy of the -with newer
thank; you. see who'd "come a-running?" This wotted not, too and .likewise a thing going wrong.ut'the, },
'. : Office ia. the Grays** PIa... 218 e e fore-ettlnar business .frequently causes -I When: a bunch! of actors and, actor. tank 'runs dry the engine beats, and'
An Open Confession trouble. I once knew a fellow,I Inks attend one of those double stag several tires go flat and you ,have
KISSIMMEE44444444V44444 Says- the Clearwater .Sun:-\- newlywed; ,. who went home after a parties, garbed in puam.. '.nd ma- to hunt a tow to town noW.1' whoever
444 44444444 4 4444 44 44 44444+ Editor ""Thorn" of 'The night out-it was before Mister Vol.1 jamas theywell knl w. it- is- to be dreamed' of, thattl:..At :the',
Kissimmee Valley Gazette stead became busy and when his one 01 those "mum" affairs of which same time, however; tier T is''an
has admitted 'in that goddpaper wife opened the door he chucked her but little is to be told. Betty's re "Automobile Green hookyand: it
that he drinks water under the chin in a loving way and I monstrances should have been made may be the penmanship-, of that'
-and says he is compelled said: "Thash oil 1'1'% Alice. It prior to her acceptance of the "bid writer was absolutely Unreliable.,
to. .Well' there are others.wU wouldn't have been so bad If his YassunU Yassum. .
j:., # \ wife's hadn't .Susan. 4,4'. JJII 9fv a 1
The Man Who Said: ;' guess you're right., Still name been .. ; ,*'
Volstead Is He Sore .> *
in the words'of Mr. Tut. Man Be Careful Now
"The the pudding Water'is a wondrous blearing; Clearwater Folks Are Ancient This is from the Fort Meade In Dade City one Ira Soar, Is opening .
proof of Forced old Noah to build a ship; Says the Clearwater Sun: Leader. : a new nursery and is -going'to
Also started off Columbus Had a Bottle of home brew No, Fort Meade will never make a specialty of ferns and grapes.
f is in the eating"was 0n- his ne'er forgottentrip; the other day. It had so much"fix" amount to ahill of ean.' The Banner gives him a.great send-.
Water's mighty good for washing .. that when opened less and your property will never off-rbut what gets ma'I. what madeIra
only half through .' And, for thinning milk.. I think; than one-third remained in be worth the taxes paid on .0reT-Thorn in Klsslmme-
! Still. I'm frank in my confession ,: ::the .bottle--and that did not ,I it If you persist in knocking.,,.* ley Gazette.. _?,, .' ' S
'. 1 I've .seen better things to .drink! remain there for long. or holding back. Pull if you New Thorp, Ira Soarisn't 'sore.
t ; ..;;; : . "lie:platted good pudding"r That "homebrew" stuff is all right will, and if you refuse to In all the time we-han known him
"r proof but he didn't finish it.'There's Very 'Silly Utterance 'for .washing the grease and dirt and pull, get behind the bunch we' have' never', seen Ira Soar sore..
For- aome reason or other/the editor stuff off the bottom of a fryJngpan and.,help push. And If you" Butis as yo aay.1t we gave him .
lot of trouble in of the Ocala. Star has given vent I or"forctean.lng' the downspout frofa ;; still .refuse to do either for great send off, ft; might have beta
a tothe. following paragraph J lavatory yet for internal clear goodness sake get oa of the e Ira Soar'sore.-Dade City Banner, ,
j'' the' world from puddings that They may.turn Fatty' AI' ance It Isn't worth swallowing. But way' and let the fellow. pull '
i' ,.' taste good but don't do good. '., buekle loose' in California If'things go' right I'll be able, to tell or push that can.. Should Ira Soar thl' u'b"blue empyrean ,
!. '. ,1.f .. but the old devil will\ fry the' in a week if one of those substitutes Such things as that are puffeckly space '
\f:'! They "..t..,','well, but that .., }w :",1.,, .SS grease out,'of, him..in bell. which -are styled .by' those In the orful. and the Leader should be censored soar!me-. soaring ship" 'that,
I. All of which'il inappropriate, vulgar secret to have all the pep, disposition by the county commissioners across the seas '
ends the recommendation.. ,......J .,......, a 'illogical, and seems to have imagination and iconoclasm of before such an Jssue should 1'0Olt Would Ira Soar be sore, to',seetheBanner's ,
S been 'printed 'more to be in-'accord* the pre-war days.I'm waiting till' of the state to keep people from face '-
Sanitariums are full of pud.> with those who render judgment be it ages'- thassall. But everything visiting Florida. Personally, I think Soar past sore'Ira $oar' with '.,&4
ding-eaterswho stopped the test at fore' all points of evidence are con- should be- done in Clearwater to-' that the way to bring about better and sorry uaase? ? "
tasteand forgot to Inquire whether sidered. No' newspa is upholdingthe wards ameliorating conditions. Answering conditions is to harp mightly'strong. .. 4'4,54' ,
film artist if he did what has the'question as to what ly on anything that may be rotten Changes Of The Seasoa' '* F
their food gave the body what-Itk been accredited to him; yet no news- would "come up" If a backyard were -and thereby make the people disgusted When she vowed she'd love. me l
needed--until the body rebelled. paper has been so''rabid as to make planted the News states, truthfullyand to the extent that there may Each star far above mo .
expressions Jike the above. In the i regretfully; be purification.-! However, there are 'Gan twinkling with wonderful '
'. --' Grape-Nuts is a food that third chapter of James we read the Speaking from observation those who don't agree with me. Toss brightness; .' '
,;: and does good. The following: around our present 'location a'Club over into a dogpound and you Few iweet words were spoken
?e tastes good A: Even so the tongue is a and we'd say a flock of beer can tell how many were hit by the But, sealed by a token, : '
proof of Grape-Nuts' begins in the little-member and' boasteth .bottles-would come up.....-in howlingthat follow Yassum. The future was filledwith aT light-

eating: and goes on through thee great things. Behold! how fact they are coming up of 4,4' nesl. ,* '
great a matter a little fire their own volition and even Clearwater Man WritesRepresentative ?
service which Grape-
l splendid kindleth; and the tongue is after being "put down" a 'of the Clearwater Then soon came a sorrow;, sIt
-- % Nuts renders as a real. -food.GrapeNutslatheDerfextedgood. ...... a fire. A world of iniquity, second time have been'known News have been touring certain sections seem'd but the morrow .
so is the tongue among our to come upthat home brew of the state, and, touching Kissimmee. The clouds settled down all about., meLife ; .
members that it defileth the is roton'stuf. the editor Tuns- the following lOst; all Ita' savor-- '
of wheat and malted barley .
ness whole body, and setteth on So say we all of us. in his peculiar way: Joy died in disfavor: "" ? r
delicious to taste, easy to digest fire the course of nature; and Kissimmee, made famous by Thorn, And hate and disgust '...med'.t. 'j.
and exceptionally rich in it is set'on fire of helL For The Nerve Of This Who moved there after founding flout me. '
nourishment for body and brain.'There's every kind of beast and of' Says an editorial In the Apalachicola West Palm Beach is on a lake, too. j jThe'problem ,
L birds and of serpents and Times: Ever been to Kissimmee? of sweetness'Oft i
of things in the sea is tamed A newspaper in a western You oughta go there then. lacks in completenessThe ...:
srReason/orGrape-Nuts and hath been tamed of state says the women are They've got a Broadway. heart has its numerous ranges;
.. .. mankind;'' but' the tongue, it spendtinWhi less There i. a little park And that is why gladness;,
is"unrulyI;: ,.evil;, full ,of it may not be Running down the centre So oft has its sadness .
deamy poison. ''any of our business we With benches 'on each side, Because of the speed of the .changes:.,
I
never could understand why On one of the benchesSit '

< > <> <> <> ( .(> ( ), () (> (), (), ( sv.her woman face with wanted red paint.to smear'Of The what leading are citizens.supposed to be heal A wounds colorless, cuts sores liquid and that galls.will ie i

course homely woman who Every one of the men the latest and best production of' l
feels like she don't attract Wears one of those hats medical science. Ask for i Liquid 'M
., enough attention may be excused That you see in picturesOf Bet-ozone, it is a marvel in flesh-
a if she piles on the the '49ers, out in' California, healing remedies. Price '80c,< 60a.' ., i
paint for sheno doubt feels Or in the movies when a western and >1.2Q. Sold by J. Z. Roberson.*
that no one is looking at her Cowboy-picture comes on r
: pale cheeks. Not exactly that, though, Recent experiments have i proved
i PRINTINGCOMMERCIAL No one knows, from the masthead For the hats are higher in the crown thai papyrus stems yield an excellent'pulp -*
i who may be the editorial writer oftthe I Fuzzier, and altogether for. paper making ,
$ Times-but an article like the More Skandianavwus or something
above is absurdly silly. No woman It would take a fashion writerTo Consumers of soft drinks have;
".mear., her face with red paint. It describe those hats. paid 951,000,000 In revenue to the,
would seem. that any writer should They are either custom-made government. w
know" that much. Shemay adda. Or come from; Jeers, Sawbuck ft: Co., 1
BOOK ,AND POnE'RTHERE ; Sa touch of color here and there-or a For the Dollar Limit Store,
touch of powder there and. here; but Or any 'other, would not dare DID PAIN'DISnJR r
that is her right and prerogative.No To stock them. '
man has the right to say her nay They are lollapoloozas
is no other investment that bringt such tare and con Because of it. I've noticed that thesspn Worth the trip. to Kdasimmee YOUR StEEP?
who may sometimes jab his Merely to get glance at.
profit am printed.al. n n.laip at torn do it. Then ft '
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wife because she has used a bit ot This- nervous shock called and of rheu;
'torture
no method of getting business to inexpentloely. While camouflage is durned quick to praise For a coker coler as we didn't THE can be quickly relieved
the wife of some other man for. doing Know where to ask for likker.
be in need of Bill- of Sloan'sLiniment. '
application t
plan campaign by.
you are thinking of.a you may an
the same'thing; and the pointed Entering a drug store, It brings warmth ease and
;heads, Statements, Letterheads, Envelopes, Loose/ear Dryers,, Receipt .- remarks always pertain .,to- which ,Who should we meet comfort and lets you sleep soundly. -.
Bookt or Labelt NovO It woman Js tinted. It is a .woman's But a young man-about-town. ,Always have a bottle handy and
THE complete sad perfectright to add He was a piece of work. apply-when )'OIIleel the fir t twinge.? ,
the time to follow in'lae footttept such things to her personality Probably he wore a beaver: hat It ptnelnUt *MunH mbttmt; r

"", off .that army of successful mer- may best pleaseher; and no :one When outdors but he. had It off. It's splendid to take the pain out of
Kissimmee 1 'Va'lley Gaze'tte'cAailte'lI1lao' save-a measley: old grouch that This time, and over tired.-. aching muscles, sprains land
are, in making for-' doesn't .know the diff between hide His titian forks ho,wore strains, stiff joints, sod lame backs.. II'".
fanes ..:th.ms.lv.s- ilcin! up*' '. i oD"r.R1N7' id and" .Ir.is usually the only one who What the ladles call a'"roacb"comb.Wby For arty pain's enemy. Auk, ..e0e .
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the great indattriet, to rapidly'. .;: ..e'I' few --women' who are simplyJealous- The'writer does:not bOw1' ',. At drpggi.b-JSe,10c;: 11.40,% '\ '
f'Cetuidoyoarprlntlns.' '".:-'5-bit4p11ONit K.e.IMM.-.O.DA'\ And the'Thnes "abould .Iao-under.. Being-acquainted.roaches ;,
." "f. -t. ,- 4 stand that there is no such,thing JM And ladies, only'at a distance.But :: :
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has 'some point. or line.ot 'beauty. Thing ont 7! nII'
j. Possibly the ,.common herd ''cannot Wanted to a.W'if all the.met!: .
> see it that,war;but it .... :factneY-;,Had.combs under oq"r e&.r, hats, ,
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a .. THE:K5SIIWEE.VALLIT GAZETTE.. FRffiAT,. OCTOBER '14;, 121: ,) .* Hs .

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may continue Its ban for a mtfnth r special 'election'fc be Tield 'on Friday clipping from' "a 'paper' published in!J chassis lengthened .out and.movable Insids they hare a stove, bed, toilet < BBl
WATCHER more'. I hate bad a long talk with November. 4, .when'the.vacancy NsTtbent New York,. which tells of'.on any road wbere, ,a ,Ford truck accommodations;' .with a faucet and
I. 'THE I III the Government Forester, a German will.be Ailed. Every ,resident ef this visitor well-known in Kissimmee night travel.. abundant .water supply from a tank,
trained in India.but now a naturalized city recognifeee that the electionof and' the v extended article says numerous -,i. -/prefers the outdoorlife. electric lights, clothes closets and library .
Britisher..' He is enthusiastic and Mr. Bramraar would a most for. good thing about Osceol Originally, she and. her hus- ; In .brief, they have .all the.
That Hat, anxious to help us and we are arranging tuaate> thing which could happen' at county:' The article in question says, band carried in. their car tents and comforts of home, and all the convsnience .C .
Oh Old Stra* 'Hat' The .a trip with him into our this time to Saint Cloud-and it is in parts (tcamplng' but the work of of travel. Indeed, the little
you equipment
where his advice-- will be conceded that he> la In la little place
pinewoods home wheels a
Bummer is over, the gold tint Is com every'way' a "Rent'profiteers, liVe the dollar-a- raising and lowering the tent and on. cosy
the and.the poinsett- invaluable Lawrence and I hare most capable man. Just now ,is a year patriots, would soon be lost, to.handling the equipment each ,time with carpets ,on the floor, curtained. t:
ing on orange "
f las are ,ettln&,.ready .to make a red been bua, attending to details and I critical time in this- cit)'. historyand the nation .if only a few' mote homes![I they wiifred to travel on or cook a wlndo.wl. aDd' and'comfortable chairs. J&1In 1-\
great deal of work ah ad. If be found
see a no man can in all
We've bump- like that of Mr. and
Mrs
plotch on the scenery. Fl' Fales. meal ca led themto Invent a more "
'I *d the bumps all summer together, the Baldwin-L wis-Pace people come Saint'Cloud./who could so well nil of Kissimmee, Florida, were In ex. convenient outdoor: traveling 'apart- all malarial countries the popular '
Old Pal,' and you" begin to look rus.o' . in November we must have every the bill-as Sam Brammar. Above istence. Their one-story single-room ment.Vr remedy Is Herblne. People findit
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ty. There's a worn place ,in the thing ready for them:' If they leave all calumny'and reproach, wellposted apartment with "two windows on i I ''"The result, was a .little boxlike a food medicine for jrarifying'the
caused by dissatisfied we will\) be busier than in all details,careful and methodical each side and the and with and off the disease..
..-. northwest corner of you I one at front home on wheels;, an ehg-ine ,system warding
l' my thumb and forefinger when I ever for we will have to,do the tur in all his actions, and upholding I.rear neat on a one-ton Ford truck and wheels protuding from the front. Price. 60c. Sold by J. Z.' Roberson. *,
to the ladies, but it paid all' pentining ourselves, but Jit the government the full confidence of the''people ana -. ---- -- -
tipped
next to forester Is correct they whole, there con be not the slight
is
J a' for
,'. liness.right, Do politeness you remember dean-I) should be quite satisfied. est doubt that ,*Mr.; Brammar will\ be luiiuiitiniiiiiiiiuiimuuiiuiiiiiiuimuimimiiiuiiuiiiuiuiuui Miuiiuuiiiiininiiimikmuiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiii iniiiiiii .
THE candidate of the
in the great' majority .
that were caught -
we
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of the voters..
Yes; well we were a limp A Delightful Row
!' outfit when we got home, and how To get rid of worms in children"
'. the folks did laugh at usl! If you only "My wife had suffered from stomach give them -,\White's Cream Vermi
Ittook.
knew all the thoughts that surged and liver trouble for many years fuge. The little sufferer improves at .
brain while cover- and had taken medicine enough to
through my you once and soon becomes healthy, active fJ
ed my intellectual dome yon would sink a ship; so when I brought homea and robust. .Price, 35c. Sold byJ. .
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have a spell of prostration, but let bottle of Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy Z. Roberson. .*
that pass; the time has come that on the advice of my employer, ,. '
we must' part; and you are going Into she refused to take it. Her liver FLORIDA INDUSTRIESA YEARSandYEARS
Jhe discard. W-a-l-t a minute; trouble hadn't helped her disposition '
come to think it over I'm going to any. We had a big row, but she handsome new business ock is ,
4 save you after all,for a brief reviewof took it the next week. Her ailments being built at Umatilla. ,
my finances, both present and have all diappeared." It js a simple, A new brick church building is '
prospective, seems to indicate that harmless preparation that removes .being built at Groveland for the ,
well have to travel together another the catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal Methodists. It will be handsome and
' .. season, so I'll lay you away in this tract and allays the inflammar have many up-to-date features. '
perfectly good roach proof box and tion which causes practically all\ stomach The Seaboard shfops located at toQUALITY
t hope to meet you later. In the meantime trouble, liver and intestinal ailments Jacksonville have resumed operationon ;
; aurevoir, farewell, good-bye including appendicitis.. One full time. This; gives employ
x and also scat! dose will convince or money refunded ment to about 400 'mechanicl. ,

-,. -Olv The Funny.Man! :J._Z._ Koberson,__nd.druggists.everywhere. -? Contracta wilL be..Jet...soon.by She. .,
Kissimmee has a budding humorist Masons of Key West for the erection ,
-o of a handsome home for their
sition to censor The Valley Gazette I FROM order . . .. We worked on Camels for years before we put them
allowed north! The NOTES STe CLOUD
before it is to go The Victory bridge which is being
"N idea of censoring Old Map Thorn I IHa. built across the Apalachicola River on the market. Years of testing-blending-experimenting
+ ha, haw, haw, haw, don't that I, near River Junction will be completed :
; make fer lanTT They might as well Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Myers, of by the first of February. : with the world's choicest tobaccos. ,
9 censor the trill of the bobolink, or Kissimmee! were guests on Sundayof Lake City will soon call for a bond i .
.w the "tootle-tootle tweet" of the Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gessford. election for $70,000 for Improve. ,
mockingbird! Some people seem to "Uncle Josh" Ferguson( was, a Kis ments and enlargements of the. city I And now, EVERY DAY, all our"skill, manufacture
think that a newspaper ought to be simmee visitor on Monday. hospital. I <
like a molasses barrel with a crackIn i Mrs.. George Pixtey and sons,John The Baptist church at Brooksvilleis experience: and lifelong knowledge of fine tobaccosare
it; just oozing sweetness all the and William\ have removed to De- calling for bids for the erectionof I
time; but say, brethren, folks want I.Land for the winter. a two-story Sunday school addi : concentrated on making Camel. the best !cigarette
current event discussed once in Miss Hazel Bennett, of Cocoa, tion. I
awhile regardless the feelings of the I was the Sunday guest of Mise Sloan, The Bank of Sulphur Springs'.II'' that can be produced. ... .
I northern citizens and most of them .one .of the teachers in the public one of the latest institution in the i
like the way Tlie Gazette does it. ,schools. banking field of the .state. It
Burbank has succeeded in producing Mrs.J.- II. Ferguson, who has been opened for business a few days ago. I There's nothing else like Camel QUALITY. And
'$ a spineless cactus, but there'll never I visiting her sister at Danville, Virginia Plana are under way for the building I ,
be a spineless newspaper while Thorn arrived home Tuesday even. of the Southern College which : there's nothing else like Camels-wonderful smoothness,
punches out the copy on his old typewriter ing. is to be erected at Lakeland at a "
,; and they might as well try I Mrs. John Washer and Mrs. Mary cost of about $500,000. This will be :fine tobacco flavor and FREEDOM FROM CIG A- '
to censor the roar of Niagara. .,Raspberry J left on Saturday for De. a Methodist institute i
n Say, fellers, the idea of muzzling troit.Mrs. Clermont is to have a modern I RETTY AFTERTASTE.
our-Florida papers to suit readers I Clara Kenney, who has-'been laundry which will be in operation i ia. ._
s in the northern states looks as funny spending the summer in Ohio, has eajly-as.the machinery can:be inContracts '
a. a currycomb in a garage, and oh, has returned to her home here. .taUed. 'That's why Camel popularity is growing faster than
my ItcH just aches from laffln! Mr. and Mrs. William RieKetta, have been awarded the ,
who have been spending, the summerat *Union Cypress Company,of Hopkins, ever.
THREE MILE LIMIT Bellefontalne, Ohio, nave returned] for lumber for tM bridge across the <
to .their home here. Indian I IMra. I river at Titusville. I A better cigarette cannot be made. .
(Continued tram Pair OB) : Alice Livingston arrived onThursday Work has commenced at San Antonio :

b On the way up the coast on the from. Roseville, Pennsylvania on the warehouse and build- We the utmost into' ,
'. Sansofjord we stopped at all small and has leased a house on- Minnesota big for a large cane mill for t the put quality.
ports all day" and any time at night, avenue'and Eighth street for Florida Cane Syrup Company. ,ONE BRAND. <
and either tied up to a dock on which the winter. THIS: .
1. was a mountain of banana bunches; Mrs. Nancy Gregory has purchased KISSIMMEE IS GAINING ,
or else anchored out only a few' the John H. Ward property on SOME GOOD PUBLICITY'
I hundred yards, and bananas came in East Fifth street, between New York I r ,
all .sorts of craft from barges'to and Pennsylvania avenues. Kissimmee has furnished ajnotable: : i ',
dugouts.- A shouting, laughing, Mrs. Carter Thompson, of Ocala, example of corporate intelligence by' . ('
,n "cussing scene. Nearly as far as I it the guest for the week of her par- making the city limits the boundary ,
,b Belize, going north'the shore scenery ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. P.. Kiplinger. of a wild game preserve. It is againstthe I .T
shows ranges and chains of real on Connecticut avenue. law to shoot birds or squirrels amel
mountains heavily wooded, but nearIng Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Combs, of within the corporation. Other cities
Belize and all northwards the Saint Petersburg, have J Keen guestsfor might well 'follow Kissimmee's 'I :'j
country looks as flat as Florida.' All a few days of Mrs. C. .II.' Ifen- ample.-Tampa Times. .
? along "Cays" dot the sea small id* drix on New York avenue. I *' .
lands, palm-fdnged and showing C. C. Pike, who is now in Chicago, I Subacrlbo: for tae Tansy Ga..u.. _
'a very little beach. ... has forwarded his' resignation as LLrje'
I $
mayor of Saint Cloud-"-and ,RENT PROFITEERS HAVE t
,W. reached Belize on the 16th .
iately recepit of the NOTHING iL 1. UT11C1U111'014 toy ...-...-. L Co .
about noon. Customs was no trouble upon immed.j ON THESE FOLKS "t
land very little expense. We are at titions were: circulated that -- .. '?I
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"the International Hotel, an ancient of Sank Brammar should be Mrs. W. H. Farmer, residing on '1-
t wooden affair much better 'inside :upon the ballots to be used at the Mitchell street. is in receipt of a

than the outside warrants, which is .
truly .British. I have slept in many .
z worse u> the states and the food and -
,+ cookery1 we find to be excellent. The
a bar alo ia Wide open and Belize has
c. an- ice plant and electric lights. The .
streets are macadamized but there
it .. are no .sidewalks. It .has the appearance Satisfied Customers .
of an old settled established -
-town, struggling against the hab .

c. ,, .. its and customs of a populationlargely '
,. negro. These negroes speak

-" .English, pure English-English, many _ r
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With"a most cultivated h ._
accent -
e quiteparalyzing how accumulated ; --- -
over .
? to near.- We presentedour : .
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letters of Introduction were @
immediately welcomed, put up at the .
club and helped in every way. I had a period oF .by' .
1: 1 also 'a letter to the governor from years .-
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theBritish Consulate in New Or-
'" leans (thanks to Mucklow) and found .'

.him moat friendly. and willing to gee -.
1-: ..ailto; I Plm" ; ida i'Ci itt.:
> H. Is cross with the Consolidated I
r Naval Stores Company, which has
ft tied ap all the Crown. pine>> lands for ti .
16 'years, .merel, paying a :*>rf.ifteach.ear.

s >for'six. .Wo days.which were under'expired quarantine to-- mien the growers' own co-operative marketing "torn specifying: to the wholesalers from whom supplies ,

-i ;-day haying our temperature taken organization began 'business more than -a dozen "are. isecured. "

very day. Next Tuesday we go by ago it started with a clean slate. -
schooner* north to Coroyal, then up years It maintain a large thairi of representativescovering .. '
: tba .,New River to Orange Walk, It institution with aims I and practically. every .possible carload market -
'about-180 miles, to inspect the main < was a new new amp <
.y area-of'the pine timber, and we willb'away. bitions. It told northern jobbing concerns what. if for citrus 'fruits in the country, men ",who have 4
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.'* week or more. Then you O' devoted years to this business of making better
do and it friends.
intended
'will get of trying to won Florida
my Impressions the woods Jcnourn the fruit shipped by growers of the
'and junC.... It is no hotter than }Citrus: Exchange gaining new customers and ( ,
'r. Florida --say Fort Myers) here. The It went ahead tt..lullll.toltA the project of ,
V climate is just the same, and there .t4f1td4f ing; grading and packing to give unvarying . keeping otd'customers lfat ./Ud.
are some mosqnitoea and sandflies values It made more friends' !!'

but nothing like as bad as the east r i a natural result, the Florida Citrus Exchange
coast. The nights are cool, and It since has stood resolutely for the Bouare deal '
has built line customers for citrus fruits of
, there is generally\ a fine sea breeze tip a .
blowing in. .' No one ever gets sunstroke th growers and to purchasers of :their fruit. its packing which covers the markets where freight
and all kinds of hats are it has gained friends in the '
c year many new
other of
+. 'Worn from helmets to straws and rates 'and things permit profitable opera-

felt'ones to caps. There seems to be ade. tions. These customers conservatively may be held

> ,, :about"- 160 inand English'children men, )(,not e officials countandd'men -, The! Florida Citrus Exchange Brands have esto be the biggest single asset of Florida's citrus iIi. "

*. employ of the large jEablished reputations. Its.'Sealdsweet trade mark, dustry. They are a 'big individual asset to each i
business
houses
"J\ i are nearly .all Sahibs, in Belize and, the and right they I . ;which features good fruit, whether brights, goldens grower: who is a member of any one of the local associations .

!li1'\! 1 'kind. ,We meet them at the golf or; 'russets, is known by hundreds of thousands of of the Florida Citrus Exchange. ;Why not

i,'"., club.tennis.very Is played-evening on where excellent also courts.. much : consumers'who demand it of their retailers,,they,in .bel fit.by them .

.""i '. f.. A*,,flourishing polo>club exists and the .< : .. . . . "
ti .
",; 'J .'Of'r. ,season All open:soon. ".,. .: "J< '" ..", '&sk'the'n tiger of any,.local :Association, or of.any,Sub-Exchange,. .. .
these.
and their
men
kind look .woman- . 'J :c. . .. ,o*writ(o the.business manager of tt* Florida Citrus Exchange Tampa., y
Juat .. .
.1 as healthy they do : 4r4 r;;' \' t ... .. .
'*.t.. la Winter .Park,and claim;that they I I : ,. .. ..::.-t.... ..: ., : ,of .I ..., "._ I .
r. rare; Ill no oftener than anywhere''..... t. :.' . '
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school rfit for them thafr : : l'.r': ., 1. ( :. ..'
.. o13dren.of: f ..... ". ; :! ',... '....fo....'. .. ,. ..: (", .
ir ,
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schoolage elsewhere .
go .. .11' ,. .. ,
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....:in India.. The yellow fever,iscarcvfNM .... ';. :t.'>'.: "J' ...' : . .' < F EXC G'AI- .
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smtajxn-tant.;; 'wubroughtin < .... ;1. '.'.;;.:'.1$. ;, ...'t;..,. .' .,j ... '" -.- .r { :
'. ..... 3uaUmaHn natives -who ., ." . "'.'., ", \ '. I .jOt' .... ,'.". .'" ... .:
-Ii'._...... 'Trig> plhere. ;.died 'and .there r J.!' .f .... ., .. ... ,
: _!1'1'eHfIII'... aH.; .The' local ar.Oai' -, . ( } t, (Ii : ,:' : .
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lA" {A, lr a<_ ., I.,. KIMIMimt. VALLBT GAHT.T FRIDAY OCTOBER li. Ittl 'J ",

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,'DR." B.; L. WILKERSON I J LEGAL: ADVERTISEMENTS U I IIfOTICB .'- ..:, 1 . -, y (:.,. : YMf

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Located, In office;; formerly occupied TO CREDITORS. tClsslrames, In' the ,dm of U .oo for '
"byt>1''. J. W IIlmp. n, each performance,and In case of a pub-
Once Xioutsi.:tD to JI) 1:88101:0' !. Crt if-ta* Constr si4Ureu ....ela lla performance upon the streets. ofKlulmraee Tax Notice'
Oe, ..ty,, .tatee.f ,,Ftorisav.In or .for each day or
.rl...._ x*.,,,IN fraction thereof In the c... of .ollcltatloa .
'* Estateof Josephine; Law. of. alms, money'or other. artl- '
To all Creditor. .. et rib u- ales of value.Section .
tee and ,all Persons bang Claim ... Any violation.of this ordinance -
or. Demands against said Estates ehall be pu sh.dby a fine ..I
J.'W. THOMPSON You, and each of you,. are hereb of not more than $1000 or. by imprisonment '" '
notified and required to present any In the City jail bf not
claims and d.mand.. which yoa or than II, day, such One NOTICE; is hereby given that the .tax., ,
: cither of you, 'may have agalnat the :'n'f.I: Imprisonment n9he discretion of ,
'Funeral DirectorAND estate of Josephine; Law. d..e....... the Mayor.. ,
late of Osceola county Florida to tkundersigned >* All ordinances, or parts of ordl acn- books of Osceola County- will open for
adminf.iratorof{ ; saidestate eeL In conflict herewith' be and .thesame we .
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within two year from the are, hereby repealed.Read ,
date hereof. a Oral and second time In open collection of 1921 taxes oil .November :'
.' LICENSED: : EMBALMER Dated; August IT/ A. DAYID Iorbla passed by: unanimous ..' .
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JOSBPH consent, 4th of October A.
Administrator. D. UI1. day "THERElflSAGAIWi'That 1' first." A discount of 2% will ,be allowed :
Store And Chapel. Stewart' AT*. 10*, PaVk Street. KlMlmmee,, Florida t .Atie.t/'A. 8.,, GIL ER\ President.J. : t.

** scxsanotKB. FLORIDA 'R. GILBERT Clerk. fluttering sen3tloa con all taxes, paid ,during: ',the month ,ofNovember. '
NOTICB<<:: TO BIDDERS Approved this,.4th day of October, a I .
'' 'A. D. 1$21.: ., means heart trouble! '
NOTICE is HBRBBY OIVBN thai SEAL). H. R. MATt. .. In writing: about taxes always
GA. MARTIN SEED COMPANYJACKSONVILLE bid.'' will be received by tbs Board of :ta-u Mayor. Short breath; :smothering -

FLA. Florida Public ,Instruction up to and of Including Osoeola county Saturday -,. : NOTICB TO CREDITORS sensations;, inability to" I. give full description and 'cI enclose .

October l.il, at 10 at "
Idest and Largest Seed House I' a. m.
the office of the superintendent of 'la Cart ., the C_.tr'"...., OseeolaCoaiaty lie on 'the left, side; pain ,
.la Florida.. pUblic Instruction 'In said county at postage. .. '
Klsslmmee Florida. for the purchas I I tetoef Wlertda.In in the heart -left sidecar \ : ;A

PALL CATALOGUE of twelve thousand dollar. (I 12,000.00) '1''. Estate of David F. Ravens. between the shoulders' ,
Martin'. Fall Seed Price-list I. of eight (8) percent time warrants- To all Creditors, Legatees Di s tr ib u- j I am now ready furnish"estlmates;
.ow ,readjr. Writ. for If. Mar.tin' said time warrant to be. sold In part tee and all Persons bavin* claim swollen feet and ankles; !
Descriptive Fall << or as a whole.Further I'I or Demand. against said Estate: "
will b* ready In a few days. Everyone ; Information In regard' to You and eaoh of you, are hereby are danger signals.Heart on these taxes.. ,
Interested In Florida said time warrant may be obtainedat notified and required to present any '
,Fall Crop should .avail themselves the office of the Superintendent olPuMlo claims and demands which you or C. I. BANDY:
of Information contained Instruction of..Osceola-copsty", ..either; of you, may have against the Dr. Miles'' ,
_la these booklet Supplied free' Florid at Klsslmniee.: Florida.Certified estate of''David F. Ravens,: deceased. _, --,__ __-- "c- +
on request to those who send In I check In the amount ott r late of Osoeola county Florida, to the 'Tax Collector. :
their name promptly.. Writ (10) percent of the bonds.bid on mu.t.e'ompany undersla-ned,. executor of said estate, Treatment 3-8t .
tor It today each bid. Within one year from the date hereof. .
Right I* reserved to reject any 01 ,, Dated A. D. lltl. .
kl
0000440b4011.04000P040Q0 ; 1(. .hasjjeen used with wonderful
al\II.th.- BLE1Cotof.ADMtNISTRATOR's -
ltd day of .September A. 27-"8 .
D. 1911. __ success in all functional : .
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C. B NOTICE
Superintendent of Public Inetruo.l'''I TO 8RLL REAL ESTATE heart troubles for more ,
tlon Osoeola County. Florida. --.-
We, handle all classes of 41-ot I. C..., .( Commtr Judge 52.1..1 than thirty years. Try a .'

Florid*, Ucweola Voeisty. . .
NOTICE bottle today. Delays are .
In re Estate of David F. Ravens. -
Real Estate Notice 'hereby given, that on Friday Deceased. dangerous.. Your druggist
the 18th day of October A. D Noticed*,hereby aclven. to all whomIt sells Dr. Miles' Medicines NOTICE -
1921. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., may concern, that Otto R. Bleach .
at the Court House at Tltusvllle. Bre. as Executor of the Estate ,of DavyF. : .
vard county Florida: the annual meet. Ravens deceased. will, on the 4th '.
Ing of the owners of the lands situate day of November i..D.C 1M1. apply to . ...
4 Fire Insurance ..d In the Upper *t. Johns Drainage the Honorable T. j.. County .
Dlstrlet will ba held for the purposeof Judge In and for said County at his .
electing one member of the Boardof office In Klsalmmee, In said County BRIEF..ITEMS GATHEREDFROM The City Tax! Books' are: now; I in '
Supervisors, who shall be a land at 1 o'clock p. m., or as soon thereafter OVER THE STATE .
owner of said district to serve for the as the. matter can be heard for % '
term of three years and to succeed authority to ..II..t. public or private t Clerk and
and Rentals Ames A Barlow now a member o( ale.. the follpwlna-dracrlbed real es Gasoline U s Ring in Plant City the hands of the City \ '. :
said Board whoso term of office expires tate. In said County to-wit at 20c where the order call tot
on said day and to transact Lot No. IT of Block lIT of the town
such other business as may properly of St. Cloud, according to the plat of Five or more gallons. Tax Collector for Collection of .
-oO come before said meeting said town filed with the Clerk of the ,
? At such election each and every aer Circuit Court and recorded among the The voters of the new county of
of land In the district shall representone public records of Osceola Co., state of Sarasota are to' select a permanent '
Cent
share and each owner shall be, en.. Fla., by the Seminole Land &; Iny..tm'Wtl heldon Taxes for 1921.. Five Per
A Notary Public In our officeNelson titled to one vote In person or b* Co. ? count/seat at an election to be I ,
proxy In writing duly signed for .v application will be ba.ediP' Tuesday November( $. .
cry acre of land owned by said ownerIn on the petition for such sale now on Discount will be allowed for early'
-000.- said district flip In said Court. H. H. McCreary. politician and editor
The receiving the highest Dated October 1BS1 I "
person
:TOA''B the Gainesville died '
of News
number of votes at said election shall lI. on ,
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be declared elo te Dated this 1st day of October 1911. after a long- and painful illness. ,
-:2:2t fly order of the Hosrd of Supervisors NOTION W APPLICATION FOR TAX
Realty ERNEHT H. KVKHY PMKH. November":30,1921.'
The Ocala
48-lt .- Secretary. knitting planQ manufacturing 1 to midnight :
: Notice Is Hereby Given that T. C. : union suits for eirli and .
AN HIMAK T4 11 R ENTITLED Fraaler, purchaser <:t'cI Tax Certificate children has resumed business' after ,
An Ordinance to Prohibit the Use No 841, dated the l of June, A
Company of- abet Lights on Automobiles and D. 1)11 baa filed said certificate II\..my a period of some months of a' shutdown .. .
Auto-trurks In the City of Klsslm office, and has madeapplication. fortax during which the company was B* r
mee.Hectlon: deed to Issue In accordance with entirely reorganized. The plant ar-
I. He It Ordained by the law. Said certificate embraces thefollowing .d
Council of the City of sUsslmmee that described property, situatedIn ries a payroll et more than fifty"
spot lights on automobile Osceola county, Florida: to-wlt people, and finds a ready sale for Its t.tea.
;..d'u'"ut': :. .. trucks within the Beg. 8W corner of Block T.... Rob- products. No Discount After November 30 \ \
.W[ MOVE THE EARTH! limits of the City of Kliwlmmee" be ert Bass' Addition to Ktaslmmre City .
; and the same are hereby prohibited. run N- iO feet.. B 10 feet 8 it feet, ..
few .
Section S: Any person or W 60 feetThe In Macclenny- a days -are-Lo -
personsviolating.
Or Anything .On Top The' Earth any of the provisions of thefore.ulnK. said land being' assessed at the nie Gainey thirteen years old, mar- v. 't
.hall' upon conviction be date of Issuance of said certificate In dered his schoolmate, Leona bugger 'a
punished by a fine of not more than the name of U. Maddox. Unless said 4
p YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS twenty-Hv dollars or Imprisonment certificate shall be redeemed accord- twelve years old because the ,

t Or Anything That Can Be Moved for net more than 20 days, Ing; to law tax deed will Issue thereon boy told the teacher that Gainey had J. R. GILBERT,: ,
All ordinances part. of ordinances on, the 19th day of October A. D. tobacco in his pocket. There were

same,ln are conflict hereby herewith repealed.b*. and, the ,1811., J p. OVBR8TRKKT. rtumerqus witnesses tlo the natiraeranaTjaUiey . . City :Tax ,C tte tor...,., '. .' '
Get pricebeforeihavuii 41-4. ., ,, .
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our your Head a first and second,time In open ;'Clerk' Circuit Court -- was placed in jail without .
hauling done. session and passed by unanimous f1-lt Osceola County t'lorida.NOTIC'R bail. lOt. _ c
(consent this 4th dark of October A. "..oo..oooo.oooo..oooo.o.o..o.o..o..ooooo.,. . .
L>, 19x1. nil' APPLICATION VON . <. .
A. S. artBBRT' Prfsldent. LEAVE TO .EL... MINOR'S LAND This I. an age of celerity..On Friday 1
W. H. JONES)TRANSFER COMPANY Alfred ,
Atle3t: "" August 12, the Lake -
rHONE.1 I R. OJLrlERT' Clerk.this I" rs.rt .f t.t; r: Jmimv, Mete. .f News published an article suggesti

w Lf.*'OrJr.ml Oc-'. H..tI__ c. I..AD.Anproved. 1981. 4th day of October Klevtte. OaeeeJsi-'-- Ceamty.In big that,the ruling of the city: council 'II > is

(HBAL) H. R. MAY re Estate of Rvelyn Ashton. Minor regarding speeding was too. strict
***** Mayor. Notice Is hereby given to all whom'It On Friday, October 7, the eity .e*..- I i

_I "'DR. R. J. DENNING'DENTIST AN ORDINANCBAi ling may. ...concern Guardian that of .Dr.Evelyn F. C.Aahton Kela- ell mad. a two-column replay.'Nary License :Notice wt

t minor will on the 11th day of November twp months, between drinks; but : ,: ;
Ordinance to Regulate, the Op A. D- 1921 apply to the Hon. ill ,is now pesce and quietness. .
ration of Passenger. Vehicles' for, H Ire orablo T. L. Comer County Judge In ; '" Y
.
> Over the Postoffice. In the City of Kissimmeeand Providea and for said County, at his office In .' f- ;: ;
J.;: C. Ryan city J. A. C a't' '
'License Therefor Klsslmmee, In. said manager; . '
: II
U .. County at : .
OFFICE HOURB.to "
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iiio. : 21? IT ORDAINED BT THE COUN oclock m., or a* soon thereafter ai Killigrew, chief( of police; and Ned . .. t n ;> *
Besideoee Phos.174Office CIL OF THE CITY OF KI83MIMKE: the matter can be heard for authority Harts, motorcop; all of these of Sanford "*s sof
Phone 168 Section 11: That no person, Ibm or to sell at public or private .sale, NOTICE is hereby given, that:.all
arre.ted'and
corporation shall engage la the bust- the Interest of Evelyn Ashtoh, follow.fngdescribed ,were released ** I ,
ness of operating passenger" vehicles. real estate. In said t bond for shooting Fred Frederick, .
for hire In the City of Klsslmroee, ua- County to-wit: who refused to-stop when he was ordered -
tll such person, firm or corporationshall Lot 1 and I' of, Block 121 of the Occupation Licenses are *, due' on I
M. TILLER have first secured from the City Town of St. Cloud Oceola County, to do so, with. a choice'aasortn2mlt -
Clerk of the City of Klsslmmee. a II- Florida of bird-shot. Frederick ,was

cense for such purpose: Which license Which application will be baaed V p. supposed, to have been operating a October first. All parties not having :
shall be' regulated as follow.; on the petition. for sale npw on file In :
Real !)
Estate still- He not wounded.John
Agency. Each person, firm or corporation, said CourtDated was seriously .: .

l ....saeaeaeeeeaae...,..*....... Resident of Florida, engaging. la the October. (th. A. D. 1SI1 > -
'
business these
1 of operating a vehicle forpassenger F. C. KEISLINQ. H. Pope, a Jacksonville law : procured licensea'by'Octo-

Realty Bought and] sold lcen.. at the hire rate shall of pal an for annual eaoh .t-4\ Uuardlan.NOTlCH jrer, has been found guilty of murder

Houses rented. vehicle so operated. in the first degree,-and,, upon a recommendation trarisactinbus
TO COMTHACTORSNotice her 15 and
Raoh person Arm or corporation .- for mercy, has been are '
Taxes paid and Titles verifi- not a resident of Florida, engaging In Is hereby- given that bids will sentenced to life' imprisonment.- He ; ..5

eel for non-resideats. the for passenger business hire of shall operating nay an a vehicle annual be received by the Board of County was declared guilty of the murder which such license :
c requires ; '
..'' .. .Lif_ _and Accident In license vehicle. at th. rate for of iVi.00 for each Commissioners Florida up to and of Including Osceola 10 County o'clock, of GeOrge H.- Hickman treasurer of ness ,.
Fire -- ---- oper.t..d' passenger hire ft- M. on the I9th day of October A. the Palace theater, although. he was '
& In : poratlon Section operating itNo- personv-flrm vehicles for or- pasenger cor*- IK. UI1. at. the office ol the.clerk of not in the place. Frank H. Raw- will be promptly' prosecuted., / '
Indemnity Bond. Circuit Court of said County at KIsslmmss ;
L : hire In the City of Klsslmmee. Florida, for the building and iings, who shot and killed the treasurer -
hall charge more) than the. oi '
sum and admits it, is now
construction of being :
approximately six
NNi .
$ *<0c< for each
passenger transported .
'
from one point to another In the City. miles of road or locale art thereof tried for',the same offense.In C. :L. BANDY .
of Klaslromee - said road being: In SpecialRoad ,
JKRIBB8, W. J. STEED .
Section Each and Bridge District Number West Palm )
: firm Beach three-fourths
I '
person or
'
KRIBBS A STEED corporation operating a vehicle for Four. Osceola' County. Florida. Collector ,
passenger hire In the city of Klaslm- For further information In regard of the building is now being done on Tax .;
nice, to the said road and .specification a strictly open shop basis. Until reeently -
Att-ir* ... Caaswlr at Law upon obtaining a license to do
'I business' In the" said may b. obtained at the office of theClerk this has been hundred
Kll.*.*. Fi.rld.ra.aer.1 City of Klsslm* 'Circuit 'city a

> .r.eilr. !. all >.at. mad mee.'shall numbered' receive tag which from lh.tag said shall Clerica be. of at Klsslmmee Court, Florida of OsceolaCounty percent closed shop but the larger MILTON PLEDGER,; f

t at- Uaf.4 Slate C..rt*. permanently attached In a conspicuous Certified check In amount of $1000 .contractors, tiring of union methods }.
place on each vehicle operated must accompany each : f Right Is and ,union domination, are making' -.2 '
for hire where reserved to reject any all bids. CountyAttorney. "
passenger the
rat Johnstoa O. P. OARRBT" be seen by the City officers semecan and This' the 8th day of October) *. D. determined fight for open shop. ; : 1
1921. Brown & Wilcox
paasengers ; H. C. Bartholomew .
JOHNSTON ft: GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW :J. L. OV ERSTREET. '"4, '.
) Section 4Any violation of this or and John Theime general managers; Zv(
,, ,dinance or any of the term. hereof Clerk County Commlaslonera. '! '
-, H.at Osceola County Florida. R. M: Fitton and James Wesby, c. _
shall be
punishable by fine of
Offices 10. 11 and 12, Osceola BandI I more than 1100.00. or Imprisonment a not of painting contractors and the Krumpe .. . ..... ..
"
i not more than 10 .days Notice of Sheriffs Sale In the Plumbing Company are among those -
All ordinances, of county Court of Osceola - -- -- ,I-
Buildinjc.FLORIDA or parts ordinances County. .who are"1workiopen shop at '
. In conflict herewith, be and the Florida. Bank of Osceola County. pre- GLORIA SWANSON
all COMES i'
> sent}}| the family in homes over
same are hereby revoked pial n tift'. vs \ C. Buttorff. defendant.To ,
Read a first and second time In op- p. C. Buttorff and all whom It may Florida IN THE GREAT',MOMENT
1t en session and paned by unanimousconsent concern: Notice Is hereby given that Dr. I. J. Belcher Tarpon Springs Besides the Times membership in , .
this( 4th day of October, A. under and by virtue of a certain
L> p. A. VANS AGNEW'ATTORNBTJATLAW D. 1121. Judgment recovered In the above. physician on trial for manslaughter the .Newspaper Enterprise Assoda.lon Gloria Swanson.: heaved ;, a'. eep'.Igh

*. 8. GILBERT President case by said Plaintiff. Bank of Osceola. in connection with the death' of his which is known as one of 'the as the camera; ceased:' clickingon
p Attest: County, against the saM defendant cousin: Miss Virginia Turner was most complete news and feature-syn of
of "The Affairs
J. R. GILBERT Clerk.A P. C Buttorff. the last scene 4
entered
the lath
on found not circuit
guilty by a Jury in it its
OFFICESWinter in the gives ,
." this dicates country AnatoL" "I that the,
Apnp.rnv 4th day of October day of June A. D. 1921 In the sum am very sorry '
Park Florida' ] of Two hundred sixteen dollars andeightytwo court ,The jury deliberated for reader. the best comics obtainable- picture Is finished," remarked the fpretty

(SEAL) H. R. MAT cents and under and by about an hour. The physician was'ound including ,"Mutt and Jeff," "Bring star. >"As a general. rule. a, L.x
n-4t Mayor. virtue of the execution Issued on said not guilty of'either of the two and "Doings of the ;
I dated the 2>d day of Sep ifngf up Father picture begins to get monotonous_ ,
.AN ORDINANCE TD BH ENTITLED; l'f.n'A.:: : D. IBM, the undersigned, counts of an indictment returned along .towards 'the, finish when all _
a as sheriff of Osceola County Flordla, .against him. One 'point bearing Two special features of the Timesare has worn oft and> baa "
one
An Ordinance to Regulate the Use baa heretofore levied newness
upon and will weight with the jury was the treatment and woman'
of the Streets of Klsslmmee its sporting page become accustomed 'to ,the part
for Public on the rule day In December lull, so
CITYMEATJARKEI Entertainment and Provide a Llcense. via: the 6th day of December. 1911. Dr. Belcher received at the page.> These ,features alone' cost that it is no longer a no..1t,..'? But .. 4''
Therefor, offer for sale and selL between the legal hand. of the officials who arrested them an enormous sum. that this '
BE IT ORDAINED BT THE COUNCIL hours of .sale In front of the "ilm who tried to give him the all Florida homes where anjn- I can truthfully say .picture"has
In
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OF THE"CITY OF KISSIMMBK:: courthouse door In Klsslmmee. Osce seemed tahort.. I do not believe '
o.t rIII: .i.haioJt't person or ola County. Florida, to the highestand "third degree" in a desire to make resTng and complete newspaper is I hare ever enjoyed, any part 'j
sons or beg alms.money :: best bidder for cash, the Interestof him incriminate himself. I appreciated, the Tampa Daily Times as'Ichay." been working
or other articles of. value ,orexhibit the said P.' O. Buttorff In the followins so )
display and offer for sale or ; described property located In TAMPA TIMES IS should ''have a place. fore the camera ai I have this one,' ,a
I exchange merchandise trinkets orother Osceola County Florida via: The The price of 'a three. month'. subscription I To say good gys to .this, life I have

FrcsK Meat and Ito goods and wares. or give pub South half of the,North feast quarter SPENDING MONET: is $1.75. lived several weeks is almost tike. :,?
performaacea of acrobatic teats of the North West quarter and the ;
Orders should be sent to the Tampa '
musical performances or South East quarter, of the North West In circles there.. much parting wit ha very dearfrlenL""Tit. . ,
performance* wherein' a collection I* Quarter of Section 1C, Township newspaper Times. Tampa'Florida. tf I Great Moment," '.which' ie a
1 ,Vegetables t.k.n upon the streets or sidewalks South,. Bans St' Kaat.,containing ..Iat comment on the way that the TamMI for' her by' .
of Klaslmm until, such person shall 5 pores more 0. Jess. ,. -hls., llth day .Daily Times .sypends ,money 'for AN*ACKNOWLEDGED FACTAdvertising story, wrlUeti"eapeda1l, at tka ?
l have obtained a license tber'lror from of October, A..n..u. ' and features. It. Is the only Elinor Glyn,, will be presented 't'h
the City Clerk of the of Klaslmmee . .. ',. FARMER news 2ft.T }
October
City ,.
: Wednesday .
V R. Casino an .
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Phone 44', '))1' say. and except however < allaicredltd " i: BherIK of Osceola Florida daily that print the famous Cs 'of no snore Import. J ; : ",
} ; and recognisedeharitl.sshall 44-it l David Lawrence letter. In addition merchant titan gasoline Is .
Florida
.' ,. '" County. BBC to s\ 'department U J
41pon. proper "So"'"*. mad to e. The Casette's job;
'
Press U
Associated the' Times, "
to :
the to an automobile. : .
City
C..r..be. exoepted: froia.th equipped to do aO kinds of Job print ?
\ P ratloni of this-,ordinance.' Th.'cUtatfled eolomns of Thc'CaMtU building up tv. highly expensive spv ' ***'' .
dvertisjtng.is 'of.no import- section.' I:'' All ,before .nswi I It Ja. figured that U woulct take .
more persons engaging Clft .DIea W..nee.for sm U vial and 'featuresetvics.tn.: Its : :: 'fI"J
ttd.amerchant'than, is In 'any of the. acts Jvarelaakar three before soldier can beconsidered price "e maikaeK".9 ,
gasoline effort a' that .
enumerated shall Ant Jloenife \ matt rsV: Ko doubt 'TOO h.T. x>rn* tq publish. newspaper year leaves':
pay a loose
an automobile- :- .. -* *> to jlh. ."City. ,Clerk..of-the, Cl.y. of thing. to i Mil that someon. *!** want: rill be interesting-to, erery.member ,' m; percent.! 4 ci e nt,. : ,; 'r"1 tO
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.}I 7101 "TCLi'iS? '11. THE'*YISSIMMEE VALLEY 'GAZETTE.:'FRIDAY. OCTOBER 14: :1 Mlll -


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CHAMBER OF, COMMERCE MEET

"' I [[ IN SOCIETY'S' REALM ] This evening-will-be the regular M OJ

'CLEARANCESALE meeting: of :the Chamber of Com.rnerce -,
-and it is 'very essential 'that .

ENTERTAINING GUESTSFROM there shall, be a full attendance.. For


Mr. and SOUTH' Mrs their J.CAROLINA daughter R. Squires, Mrs.are Guy entertaining , -some-and which time H awaken.is time there it due that ha.the that citizens lacked needs organization of of the haTIng KUImmee Interest -- WO BIG DOLLAR DAYS *>, '

Robert Webb, who has arrived from
South Carolina with her an organization that will be l
ChapVelle, ,
two little sons, Junior and Hugh. strong in every detail. There should .- AT THE -

The visitors are planning extended be.a. large .attendance.
.
visit here., LOCAL CITRUS EXCHANGEHOLDS ''
I Dollar Limit .Store '
I NEWLY-WED COUPLE I SPLENDID MEETING .'
h
TO LIVE IN, WINTER PARK ,
Charlie S. Clark .on of Wesley There was ''a well-attended and Just 'See What, Your Dollars Will Do, At Our Store
Clark, both. well known in this city, very expressive meeting of the;, cit-
: ON '0' was married on Wednesday, October rus'growers of this county at, the
12, to Mrs Francis Burroughs, of association headquarters on T .sday.
tisslmmee-the ceremony being per. The morning session was devoted to Saturday and Monday October 15 and 17
1 ;: MEN'S LOW S SHOES( formed by the county judge -at. the listening to words of encouragement .
courthouse. Mr. and Mrs. Clark will and advice from the officials of the
In Winter Haven.- Florida Citrus Exchange, of ,vblch'thi.
house is a: 'unit--and it should
,All High Class Sho at SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENTAT be t noted that only words of praise 7 Yard of Heavy Outing Blue and Pink Men's. Overalls, with Apron; bloc aad while

Less Than THE CHAPTER HOUSE were given to' the manner in which stripe. Pair .
Stripe .only, "
I. A 'presentation of community work the Kissimmee branch has been con- '

well-worth hearing will be given by ducted, the results achieved, the $1.00
Mrs Ora .D. Layton, supervisor of prosperity made and the excellence $1.00 _
r 1.2 Price I Ubcial service ini-Osceola. Seminole which has followed the managementof _

P r,' md Orange louse on the afternoon on Friday, speaker Plain Outing-in Blue, Pink and White.
ll said
is evident one- .
r :' October-12 will( at be four-o'clock.the regular meeting The occasion that better conditions will be felt This is 'your chance.. -6 Yards For - 7-:pair for $1.00 Wally
I than last
the coming season season,
$15 Douglas. Shoes at___$7.00 of
go : the Mothers-Teachers' Club, and even though there will be some 2-
lli $14 Shoes the' public generally is invited. '''Dr. 000,000'less boxes of fruit to be $1.00 Boys' Army Hats, each .
Douglas at$6.95I
go M. B. Cushman, of Saint Cloud, will the weather.
shipped-owing to dry r.
i} j""' $12 I 'Oo gla. Shoes go at__-$5.95 to probably the club-members.have an important message. Fruit In the north' will show not .7 Yards of good grade Apron Ginghams for $1.00. ._. !

I more than a fifty percent productionand ,
n $11 Douglas Shoes go at_...$5.45 I BUSINESS MEETING -- this will cause a greater de- $1.00 1 :
[ '* Listen, Boys! The biggest special .f f all
mand for citrus fruit and at better
$10 Douglas Shoes go at_..$ .95H I OF There THE will WOMAN'S be' an Important CLUB meeting prices. OVERALLS l I t /,

, Florsheira Low Shoes go at.$7.25 of the Woman's Club at the homeof Full details will be given of some I 16 Yards Unbleached Muslin 36, inches Wide. Sizes 8 to 15. i
its president, Mrs. II. C. Stanford, of the special features in the next for
H 206 '''South Vernon avenue, on Tues issue; but it was officially stated 2 pair for $1.00 ,

day, afte .rno 3t_an ___ that the Kissimmee Exchange had i>
Jay! afternoon at 3:30" o'clock. This made'a .better showing' than ninety $1.00

r All shoes will be reduced to such will bu only a.business meeting and percent of the like houses in Florida..I 50 pairs Children's Shoes, $1.00 each shoe; or I "
matters will be discussed and plans Conditions! over the entire countrywere 4
Ladies' Gowns
low that made for the coming winter. Every becoming better: the "corner $1.25 each $2.00 pair t
4 astonishingly prices everyone officer, chairman of the different had been turned in July" and per

y will be attracted and will each committees committee; and, and the every members memberof of ---,---- radu-I $1.00 Some "of these shoes sold for $3.50 per pair I ILadies' '.

r J the club, whether on a committeeor
buy Stop in and see this sale not, are urgently requested to be Heavy'Outing Gowns each Ljjrge size Rolls Cotton Batting, perfect -

present. bleached; 8 rolls for .
r look 'at the goods, and make your $1.00 ;
HARMING RECEPTION ,
$1.00 '
HELD FOR MRS. SUTTON .
'' r selections. I To greet Mrs. Sutton, wife of the Colored Middie J louses, $1.50 values each

pastor of the Baptist church Rev. J. Plain White Cups and Saucers 6 of each for(

-- .- A. Sutton, membersof thatorganiza-: $1.00
tion gave a pleasing reception to her $1.00
at their home on Main street on
Sale Starts Monday evening- which partook ofa Children's Drawers 4 pair for These are Seconds with nicks in theN. .
; general reception to the entire
I v'I family. $1.00"1 Ten Plain White Plates' for
1 I There attendance and ti. ,
y was a large (
i
If SATURDAY the affair was one of thoae events l,, $1 .00' .
OCT'R
15 whichwill be long remembered. The BIG SPECIAL: Two $1.00 Voile Waists for .

frimily is proving a great addition
to Kissimmee and the pastor is reaps a harvest of ruin $1.00 All Hickory Axe Handles
showing that he is ama n in ,every FIR 1 r
I sense of the word and preachingthe loss. Carelessnesssows 4 for $1.00

'Ht.'C'LA.VSTANFORD Gospel of. God in a way that is the seed-carelessness Bath Towels. 15x30.

doing good and strengthening. the RECEIVED THIS WEEK 8 JUMPER JERSEY '
(church. about removing fire hazards 6 for $1.00 .
There wa sa miscellaneous program DRESSES IN THE NEW SHADES
? rendered-during which there and in failing to protect against
were remark. from Rev. R. L. lied hl,

nett, Of the Methodist church; musical every loss by fire. Remember the time and place;Saturday and Monday, October ,
selections from Jeff Wall
remarks The Hartford Fire InsuranceCompany
by Rev. B. Atkinson, of the I 15 and 17 at the
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: ,
provides the in-
Baptist church at Saint Cloud; while :: sure

Mr. Frogley, of Fort Lauderdale,
.COMEs'THE- who has recently- returned from an demnity which a careful man' DOLLAR LIMIT STORE

STORY HOUR extended trip through England and ,, will choose; expert Fire Pre- ,
the 'cdntineni-as well as other foreign .
'e .. Each Wednesday, afternoon'four countries-told some moat interesting vention Service, also if you Kissimmee, Florida See Our Windows
, o'clock there will be .a ."story hour"at tales of what he hed personally
;: j The Bungalow for the children of -witnessed. need it.The.. \
,,'
: : ,the primary department of the Methodist The "entire affair' was charmingly Hartford's Insurance i& -
,
*
d' Sunda school. These hour Impromptu, and, with the choice-re. '
"t.Wm 4ii ; comllle"ve net Wednesday. freshments served, proved' very I Ipleaaant sound L: Get' .it through this ,

1;. Fromthreethirty until four o'clock . _.. .
----- ---- --- -- -
'.: there will be ,stories for children agency. \ -
? &'."'', from three to six years of age. I .AN ACKNOWLEDGED! : FACT everything; In. all lines of business tion.leaaa building Addreaa,.: 45 Qood Main cash street proposi Kissimmee. collar.; and cuffa, detachable.; Nearly ,
y i. '* .v"1!??!* are. invited to come with CARSON FARMER were retting nearer to normal. "-He new. Apply tOl Main Street 4/-tBALB <
a .:l ., children: .' Advertising' .I(. of. no more ,importance The official proceedings of the FOR -Wooden
c [ to a merchant than gasoline is meeting: will be made known later- FOR SALE-. Orange !grove Above one chin.; nearly "*W-, *washingtract V Male ma. .
hundred bearing trees 80 arres lrt"lMISCELLANEOUS.
AGENT ;
to automobile. ,
r Spain has a half,million more fe- an but there was .no lack of applau.ewhen land. William II. Kempfer. Deer eau
S male than male. i Subscribe for The Valley Gaieette.. I the records made by Harry Park Florida. "-He
the local -
'tr. Piano, manager of ex
-- FOR HALF)-Hottl building. Good location -

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FOR SALB-Cow In calf; alao yearlIng LOST
.. THE WINDOWS OF STORY for sale. 15 Mitchell, street. I
44-1 Ix I-oKT-Uetween .
Henjkrrfr' shop a.il
Lyles V. Story is prepared to care Tre..' now stand a Work silk s
of the public tomorrow FOR 8ALE--on. set of brown Coney crepe roat. Suitable reward' If returned '
T.M. RIVERS L. I. STOUT for the wants Bale for furs, trimmed with silk fringe; to 123 W.it Mitchell .tre..t.44ltx.
CwJU.r'M. when he will put on a practically new. $1 1 for quick" sale.
Re.iJfllt' M'Plf.rldeatr = that will startle the en- Apply 515 Mabbette street tfz

_.-,1' '__ . ____ "'_ u ___ _ __ =___ __ __ ___ __ _.__ _ ...._ tirer the one people day His-"windowsarefilledwith FOR BALE-Fifteen acres of lirtid at FOR RENT .....- -
ati'd"' a portion of the stock which he Klsalmmee Park; cheap for quick
FOR .
price ale. Write to n..,. Fred. O. Scur- RENT Three m furnl.hedapartment Jp
will dispose of at a '
..
barn I rah. Canton, New. York for ; modern; 1( T which cannot fail to many ulars. two block from poit.fHrr; screwed -
partie-I
i customers to Kissimmee. The man- porch. Apply at. lei Humaer ,
; Which '
II .
Be? tr
Will You "et. city.
FOR Hano.
SALE
agement has arranged lot the big I In Rood condition. _
$180.00' also
fllllng-ttatlon
] I and
be : pump HltNT
seen FOR : Two
sale at three pricesas may tank 175.00. See Allen Fosdlck, Fish. room.ensuitea.t; ,'
I by the large advertisement in this I Lake Park Midway between !Saint' ?"ltc"P1"1 water; bath lavatory; ,
and he is assuring the public Cloud and Klsalramee. 43-Stx housekeeping. privileges. ; HAS
issue- ; I Mabbette .tr.1(1..41....,... 44-tfo
a : that the highest priced goods are I FOR SALE--One !good Ford delivery
t ,. -000-- == actually the greatest bargains of all. 1 truck. Cheap. Hue me for price. FOR RENT-.Two- block from business ,
of Office of Waters & Carson centrecood locality; housekeeping Q;
multitude Grocery
shown
The Bank With = ,There is being a i Company. J. M. Duncan. 41 apartment on ar.t floor,allconvenience
which is
=== articles all of aluminum !; alao bedroom on aeo- ]
to for years- FOR SALE Alt the lots ,
the warranted wear many city houses ond floor. ,
Mr.
and there is no doubt that his store farms, and real: estate belong-lng- to aer.W. H. Swain
: .
'
... the Waters A Carson Grocery Com: t
Ability Opportunity i.. not a je.t-it' an everlasting fact. The tomorrow will be a busy spot M.pany.: Duncan.See me 'for particulars.- IiFOR me. 4 -tfo .t&J.' ,
FOR RENT-A Bunttalow. Apply at ;
I FREIGHT RATES '
and one great basic difference between the successful man FRUIT RALF.-Good milch cow., J. W. 1108 faabbette Street KUslmmee. .-a.
ARE: TO BE DISCUSSED Miller. 42-tfc 89-tfo x

rr\ f Wf/fingmeM and the unsuccessful man is that the one is prepared to s A meeting' ii1n arranged between FOR BALK-Forty headof stockhorses FOR light RENT-Nice furnished rooms for i
I all bred from saddle stallion; house-keeplnsr. Lights and ,
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take advantages of opportunity when it comet-and rides === the Florida shippers and the also fifteen Jacks and Jennets. J.W. bath. .Corner Lawsooke and Bay '
to' Serve railway executives to take place at Miller 42-tfc street. F. H. 4tf

i on to success,.. The other is not prepared-and remain/ = Orlando on Tuesday, October 27." FOR SALE Hood established. dry FOR RENT Nine-room two-story. I
!The gathering is to be for the purpose ? < S-K" of considering the revised ; new. and up-to-date $6000 the city. Address: U RBqulr.a, .
failure.Are for ? I
preparing yourself opportunity
a
you alack.VIII sell Pontofflce Box 268. Klaslmme. ,
INSURED freight rates 4f Fllorida fruit and stock at Invoice ;
DEPOSITS .
f' phone 268.
price and lease bulldlncr. Uood cash |8tfcFOR
:. t.. S S $I.OOtnRe in itself but pregnant with possibilities vegetables, and, because of the great proposition. Address; 45 Main street ,
k- ==
( number interested, it is predictedthat Kissimmee.. i 41-tfc RENT-Nicely furnished flat. 'k
t that affect entire future-atart. Bank '=-== a, large gathering will result.It with bath.> fireplace; three rooms and "
f your your Account is believed that the,present freight FOR SALB3 new.-Chautauqua A great desk help; for practically a W. B. llarrla. Gazette o: -rt' ,

'J with us today. And why not today> == rates on these products are too high, chjld at school. Price -5. Mrs. Edwards -
== and the growers are looking for a iU Mabbette street. tf"'. WANTED.

v Tx'r proportionate reduction. Unless some FOR SALE!-A one-ton ': e Ut WANTED Ten thousand small al 11 era-
1 == relief is given there will be mans 8e e.W. B. MaWnnon, the lore from eight to twenty-four t
without the Maklnson Hardware, Company. IrnJiea lon '.
't = sections of the country any \ Tampa Alligator Farm.
; ; a 32lfcFOR Tampa. FJorlda.
44-Ito
4 of the much-needed products.
supply ,
; SALE-One pair food horses: '. WANTED-Washlnaand Ironing to
. ;.. : Subscribe for thai Valley Gazette. also .one two-hor.e ;Xraffon! andhoraea. do. Mra.. E., Taylor House No. 18
BM W. 'li. Maklnaon. at the : Alden street. 44-ltx
hardware, store. tl-tfc,

CLASSIFIED COLUMN '1 FOR.Rooms SALE and, No For Trespass Rent. Furnished Cards. 10:' HANDY reliable' MAN painting Phone wants mlllwrUht is*position.. li :Mitchell'Mpe"ttlnaT work': ...

111 ,? ,c, nU .each ,at The Gazette of flee. ireet. U-1ta, i
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1 iS S IanK o.'t.'Q$1ao.La1Couhi$ 41-tf \
WANTED
-M&n towork around house. ;
: ' ,FOR SALE FOR' BA.L1I-ODa! Bets Electric Wall I and garden. Must know how. to milk
l \; Plata. ''Practically new At a r.aonable and lake care of milk<; W. !;. Makln
: GREAT- oughbred.brown 8ACRIFICB -Leabornpallet Twelve, thor-*. *.. .pri_ Applr' Valley 'Oasatt .tf.-1 _n .('ompan,..' , . .'-tt'o

Er.r-LaYtalraln.'Fly.t lust .tarUneto WANTBlJ-+To 'parch.....' hot-water'
,' ..H ".'9.A.IM..toI3: :: P. M.. ,. '- lay: the others'will. lay In about !.OR''- 8At.B-One Nub touring car! tanks about 50-gallon opaoltr; suit'
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S jtO a month.. Will tali abt.en;dollars and on. Haynes a ren-pass.ns.r I -. able',to connect with blue-flame.
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,t..., .. ..' and half for .lot.I. .. Henry. .Curtis ,toorlns car. Both 01 these at bar .toyeWrit.. "Tank. ot c.'',of Oa-
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'. Vine atraet.. : , v ; ...UK :k gala prices. .'Y!. B, ,MakUson. .Cltr.OR .. .. Kissimmee. > ; 4I-tf.

Good eatabllahed dra WANTHID-iTo: d''
FOR BALB- .. buy Improved tarns
goods and shoe bnslneas.; rood locatl ...- '8ALBJ-Two boyW.sotta.- 4-year i 4n' Southern Florida' (live. descrlpO. -
I50e old size. Tclvetoh* darkbine.. .' tlon 't
n; new and up-to-datw stock. en.4axk and lowest cash price. -*.
win ..u. 'stock,at tevolce.price, and.,, lrI'.en, Russian style whiter 'Turner. ., ,, Pow.rs.. ...Uchi.. .;,, U-4t

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