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 21, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01034
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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't. -- Cheery Words' Will Cheer .Up Yesterday was being heard In ,
As-;'soon a. the grocery'stock _
UNION TENt- MEETS t: removed to the F C, Bryan storeon .' Chambers, before Judge C. O. Andrew ENDSBYSWEARIWIN:: I

Main street from the .old Waters A Thornoar-th" *,.arguments In the cue wherein .' ,. ', . ,"
: &: CarsOn site there, will be:a new the .;Maloney- Lupfer Company _
TERMINATED SONO'YFi&Ltiz grocery established.( In the building \\ claimed damages to the amount of OFJIEWTOSTM' ASTER

a lease, having been made for two (Repub.U.bed bReque.9, '76,000ronall.the City of .Klssimmee -
-, years bjr C: M. Anderson, who conies 'When you start'out 'in morning figgeriag how.,you'll spend th .da7t.Caleulatin" In .the ,matter .of alleged breach of :Miss Lda..M.w.. lUclrs. _
Have Expressed Thess from Batavia, .IlIinol.. lea '' .' contract. For the rl.intlfi'appeared _
onHht'pro6ti> that seem DOW to head .your .way.: Johnston .ft .
elves AS Haviar Ben Brought see I. a grocer of experience and has Appeitnseat'.ad Hat Already 'As- _
been anxious to establish himself in Don't forget there are other* -someperhaps. ;... 'a trifle sad- Landia for the. defendant appeared ssusied. Ceatrel '',} *
: Nearer T- CojTAtTfces: Metiais Kissimmee;' and now h. proposes to I Lewis O'Bryan: city attorney and
: : .venlth : brought:; 1[ become a permanent resident. Some, may be with 'several sorows'-me than you have ever hadSmileand Massey & Warlow 'of Orlando. The There has'been a long struggle'; 4'

"_v Sunday the eeveral''weeks', waa ot meet. beam out brightness to "em; (proffer-'em a word of cheer: ; heaslng'.waa being conducted as this tween"' variousfactions.., as. to W'bo,.
; close "" l"aue.l'08.. to presl.LAKELAND ... shpuld be ,the appoint of the "pre* 4
in the large tent conducted un KISSIMMEE'GROWINGGOOD : Say: "Good moran.! feelin ? eighty glad to have you here.; ent administration as postmaster ofKissimmes.

.. auspices of the several churches .
. .The matter was ,settled
"of the city, and about fully eleven the' tent hundred while In the eyening when you meet 'cnv-oii the walk' or near a ..toreDoelln't L PROVED on Saturday,; .when government, inspectors -* _
; were in and .
and after of
probably one hundred automobiles GRADE PECANSALWifrSJN. : make bit of difference if you've never met before- examination cam checked in Miss days Kath-i

were clolngJjnetingwasmore parked close in. en- : Make out ;just as if you knew 'em 'way back in' the long ago- HER (MERITS AS A'' erine Derbyshire C; who had the endoraement -.,
of Alexander ,Akermanf _
".huslastlc. 'if possible, than: had beeir -I ;:DEMANDProved -KindneiiLdocsn't cost a great deal-<-an' it helps a lot you know) or.::Lths jxMrtlon.. .JIissDrbyshir* -

(..", of die precedlngseeeione.of- the same nature All If you' have.a grouch just hide it; show,. your better self ouii'is-T:;= .* CONVENTION CITY was in Tampa on Saturday '

-lJusic.-tnerlngg both were instrumental and from That Peeaas'Growm. h 'Kis..iimee Say: "Good evening! How you .feelin*} Mighty glad to have you he e." turned sworn in on c as Sunday pOstmaster'and In'_'' time to hfcr be. _

,:/ the l large choir; prayer, 'praise from those, exhortation Will Thrive and' Will Yield South. Florida pAao; ; 1atIo.Greatly bopd has been made and ,.all'' details __ ___

,wjio led ,the and exercises.dd lI ea-and from the An Abundant Crep Keep right at it.aU th season and you'll.. note the'ch.nge it makes; I Eajoyed Meetmg Filled With have'' ben perfected _

.'oca1 pastors. >.Sample of pecans-- raised in KIs- "Hello, bo l'! and "Hello: sister! .' Gee! If'smooth"'dciwn 'ill'youi I 'wbd.Wlt" "-"-'-- stood_For.some.tlme that Miss Derbyshire ithas.beenlunderi was sure

);./ Then of the there evening was -the.which freewill was to offer be simmee have been received at the aches! '' What was probably- :;; the bespat- of the position. The naming of _

the ing share of Rev. W. 11. McLeod. of office excellent of The-Gazette-and size and quality.they:These-are Then the folks who come from sections 'far off-from the north and. tended and most Instructive gatherInlr' the custom, did In the not past'In lie,I.' the has hands been -..-.
instrumentality the of the South Florida Press Association
through whose nuts are from the J. J. Tucker grove west- of the congressman for ,this cfi.tr1ct., .. _
meetings had been Inaugurated and time % j was held in Lakeland last _
than Verona street which at one with' th'mem'ry of the that used 'em best! ,and and the Miss Derbyshire, being a republican _
twel've.iun Saturday
-continuedMore" ;. : WilIbe'happy. __ spot :Friday many '
_a' -a' -WIT' productive proposition : of: dred dollars were turned in or pledg- but from lack of proper attentionhas And they'll say when they are ]leavm t ib i return 'another 'year: attending were well' entertained In reptiblicana-of'the'district-_-and 0("" -4'
ed at this time-the, greater portion various and devious ways. Realizing
been allowed to run down. The.rrove these Alexander Akerman
[ Ira"which1' will go as direct 'payment was set out by Mr Tucker to "Here's a lookin'l How you' feelin') Mighty glad that we were here!I" that all officers of the organizationwere ed to be the head. >His fnddrsemenC was repute
*&,the head of these sessions for his women there was a belief that b '
of the state
prove that thls_ portion missedin of candidate was good-and better. _
of labor. would be several details
\jlfour or more weeks fine of nuts there
could .produce a grade ; -than ,the approval all the otherforces'
I f. Each evening there has been taken have> proved that 'fact and finding T preparing the program;-.but to the. combined- the sentimmt h.. _
I, ra collection to defray the miscellaneous : that others did not or would not follow contrary: there were numerous surprises i ing. that to the "victors-belong the _
T. expenses-but the major portion -Mr. Tucker, lost interest brought' about in addition' to "., "
lead spoils.
his Shipping $ Opens'Auspicjously'EhthusiasinShownin I r _ _
[,,'' of these aggregated only "small in the matter. eason the list of interesting events slated; The new postmaster has been, an,
amounts; yet it Is not possible, it is So taken up with matters pertinent
show beyond successful -
These samples aggressive republican and :
%.declared, to reckon in dollars_ and contradiction that the pro Every Action to .the situation In' the several lines ia movement- to was fpstor1*nergetlc -<' _ _

> 11a. been brought about by these could be madea time was wasted in any special '
the contiguous country only successful candidate at the last< _
nightly meetings. Some eighty-six* profitable crop. Hundreds of instances Osceola Grower's Co-Operative Askociatio Ha Mad .Excellent Pnpeuia receptions, sight-seeing or formal. eleCtIon upon the republican side of
expressed themselves entertainment. and with the
have ,
individuals exception
, as having benefited- -and the la this state have shown thata but AD Lines, aid The First Carlo of. Higkigrade Produce Has Already of the banquet tendered the visitors the.' house waa the county Judge-butat' _
of trees requires the there
same .time' "success"
grove pecan i was a: '
Kissimmee will at the Elks given it he
several churches of little attention' save for the. first Relied grill by :;and because of this and because -
I in membership by the Chamber of Commerce the time was
be increased ,
time '
that '
three and from on of' the endorsement of' Attorney
i'' advent of these people.It the years increases; each year until And Moses led 'em out. of the wilderness. co-operation brought'out the haimer..Melders )- given over to matters of moment. ' Akerraan, Miss Derbyshire ..was- _
announced that Monday of With the president. Miss' Gail _ _
was on there is a considerable income from I I again. Thursday tINt 'fortunate'candidate in the fight'
k evening the tent would be given over each tree. There is always a demand This time speaking of Mom Crow- thin week! found about;';/. the same Binkley and the secretary. Miss Edith for the postmasUrship left vacant, _ _
, ..;Jto the negroes and the invitation Jpr the crop. If every county in theW&ate der, packinghouse superintendent for crowd there with a few additions in Edeburn, in the chair at the opening more' than a half'7e.r.0., and ,
1 brought several hundred .of that race | where the nut will grow wellid the Osccola Growers' Co-Operative the persons of II. M and IL W. of the first session matters sought by a half-dosen men who be- __ __
-and double the number, of whites Johnston A A. Campbell Ernest were put through at as rapid a'pace
| produce had. one thousand acres Association. livd they, were qualified..for..*b. po .
.. who were anxious to hear the sing- of trees' there would still remaIn a thMt.elth.r Granger; E. M. Morton,.Clark How- as was consistent with; the imporf sitlon. _, } "
ino and witness the sentiment The wilderness exactly ell. H; LjCyakinson, R. O. Darling ance of the subjects.. Shortly after
that would be
demand for the The of Ace force will remain the _
: m brought out. The contribution .on pecan ,- but it surely needed leading and A. A. Dietc. The little shift six the call to the luncheon was giv. -'
unfilled. of which refers to the same .tilth); the exception of ,W.. L.Poullr _
out of. All :
followed "of :
I I /.that evening was turned over to thelstOs flew towards Broadway and W. B. en-when three
the demand increasesand
'Each < is
I of the several negro church'ilVt jbRev. the year aupply does not keep pace starting shipping(; of the season.Growers' Cooperative Makinson unread the ela'd-: tldihirs! I, satire, 'scarcasm,- and sapience. ''Benlamlne -: Collins, ,' of .Jacksonville supplanted, who by will C. let C. __ __

> with this' demand. The etter quality that' he wQuld! the tune Getroff, of the Polk County ss assistant Mr. Poulk will b missed
:* [ ? W. II. McLeod and Jeff win brin-good$ prices-and eventhe The first car rolled toward little of the'roofing' of the building. Seven Trust Company, was a strong allyto at the office he has been* familiar _
( as a
.7' are now at Starke where they ex- small and hardshell varieties find a old New York lut Wedeaday. There rolls rolled out of his store and the toa.tma.terlIarry L. .Brown, '
., remain couple of weeks wasn't bras. }band) to give it a or the In bringing abouta figure for many 'years: He, _
pect to a ; ready ssre. The better'' varieties with any the growers' thanks rolled in. The Teleiamr with several others .
was1 an applicant *
following which .Mr. Wall will leave send-off but the growers worked to packinghouse is now more than on at every turn of i ifor'tb
the shell" bring high prices i position' to which Miss Der.
,, the state to fill other engagements, the year round and large manufacturers beat the band anyhow so it wouldn't twice as 'larJ('", and next Mondaynoon the wheel. To quote from the Telegram byshire has- been appointed; Just _
McLeod will .a' have if it had .been there. It
Mr. spend :
while the figured the next carload starts. Eggplant -
of fine connections are what'' he. will baa not.been
month in. evangelical work at Haines most insistent buyers. It has been was a sight for sore eyes .around the ,Jjieppers, cucumbers,, squash-, Mr. Brown was nobly assisted b1njainln tteflnitelr stated.assume Mr.' Collins ha.. ., _

City. impossible .those' firms to get packinghouse. Truck loads wagon'leads whatever there. it to go will find a ; Getzoff pf' the entertainment taken up.his residence in Kissimmee, ',
J. what they desired. while the ordinary ; automobile loads and Ford welcome. And through these first .committee in carrying out several with the Intention' 4f becoming a'
buyers the householders, the loads, some crated, and some nestlin few days of confusion and. getting jokes, such as the presentation .
t\KISSIMMEE'S.' WATER who : business men, the general buyers ; _ _
anxious to secure a few to carryin beds of down. In rolled the egg. stronger by each little boost, The }Klssimme Y.lley.Ga tte, who -
are the and eat when the desire plants and peppers. The packing "bursts into -the 'slogan "Five hundred claimed once to have been lost! near
pocket house far too small. And there- Lakeland attractive' looking* box KISSIMMEE CREATES '
IS HIGHLY PRAISED comes, are sorely oppressed because was acres of truck next spring. > ,. ; an _
:, of the*limited supply. Florida will by, hang a few more tales. This isn't sentimental 3ry. to'Miss '''Binkley-* president, who
be able to' fill the needs-and Last Friday's hammer-feat stood Now Jt is to talk a' little,bit:about a found' it .empty;. the production-of a .

; t BY EVERY :VISITOR never the sooner fArsighted, people commence the building up on its "own lalgs." pleasant subject. According to grass rug for Gilbert Leach's opinion GR'OWING SENTIMENT .
to whether it'' saw ,
as w.
to set out pefsn trees in It was "Farmers' Day" according to French the Growers' secretary.treaczwar grass
,. large sleds the sooner will there be- signs in the banks, but, shucks! they 'it is the subject which is goingto bringing forth volunteer opinions : :
\ !;Service From Municipal. Plait So gin the Income that Is,toever-f allingt don't need to set a special day 'toclose [ make this ..lIllIoclatjon''.:produce ...from several others, and the stagingof THROUGHTHESrATE.
and which does not depend upon the banks to the farmers. But, [sell, and. ita 'fameiyspread to the uttermost 'a fish story contest between Col. v .
nat .n... It Small Demand
Excellent Willis Powell and Rube Al-
quick-selling for ,the positive ,profits.Klssimmee anyway, that's the day it'was.'About I parts of.,the earth... We Jordan
'" For Aay Other should have thousand eight o clock that morning arrived might aay" a lot about Cleopatra, lyn.-- Every man -present was drawn Tampa .Times.Spreads; Orer .Eai' ,,
-- in and a about it.Fouryearold . the hammers saws, and 'other caf- about nations made and ruined, and into the verbal scrimmage sooner or UnioH News Tkat AD Kisisu: : ;.*.i'b
When the excellent domestic water acres of these trees all that later on some pretext or another.Threexserious .
penterial weapons, accompanied by hackneyed stuff buts wewon't. 0.. V ut Bird ,
co.t'If ,
tI which has been so highly praisedwas trees should C. S. and Mose Crowder Bert Hul- But we do mention that: the matters claimed the Sanctuary '
discovered at Fish Lake Park.1 pre-war prices still exist, one dollartffech. ing R. D. Frankford, Charles Neid subject we are discussing la '"kiss attention' the assemblage for. Kissimmee h--'t an example
midway between Klssimmee'and These should! be planted for B. O'Bannon and ,Joe Lester with ing." Or, rather the simpler form, the... having cropped up acco-.j: which every Incorporated city or ""
Saint Cloud, the proprietor of the.1 ty-two to the *ee. For the three Wilson and French<: running errands the pure unadulterated "kiss." This. dentally. One was .the village in Florida:could follow with
; proposition Allen E. Fosdick be- years prior to bearing there can be cars and typewriters. is Kissinunee, Florida.. The growers' !" 'lorida Money for Florida 'Develop pro t." It has mad 'the corporate:
J .. lieved that the demand for that wat- '18 good crop of most anything plant- When they got through the building i products have to have! a trade"mark ment (r the buying of developmentbond limits of the"'city a-bird' sanctuary; '
- >JtI. r would be unprecedented-and' that'I I between the trees as this will not wouldn't have been recognized to designate them a brand which << of Florida communities in. within, which it Is .illegal to shoot r. .
S the well would be taxed to its Utmost only benefit the trees but will bringin by its own mother. It served its tells the world the stuff is f'oqi.) Its itead of the stocks of outside and any bird or squirrel Now, It''they:, 't ,,
'i to fill the local orders. some income-and will result in purpose in getting the' first car roll' nomonclature must be striking and usually worthless concerns. This was will rigidly ,enforce >\that law, the

.:' That water has certain medicinal keeping down the growth of weeds.. ing, however.. Packing and loading something Which" will advertise, the brought out fcy Ben' Getzoff of the wild life -of'.the-!: neighborhood, will,
;I..... .qualities.which. j mraendit.tothe_ _.,LThe ftrllt..year of bearing the crop day _cameL and with it- John Chap neck o' the woods from whence it folk County Trust Company, whoseaamecailed soon becomeTwlsevto' the fact, that! ',
.- family for numerous, complaints. It ;wUf TiuTa"\ w hutr to the' tree- man. Mrs. LT ET; -"Fartirr and"MrsT came; 'And that's-the; reason--for-all : Jftalhjnortt.punsthai: !. they-are'-safe.In-KI..II" "' '' and will '
". S is clear, odorless, and pure in every but from that time on there will be Will Simmons, who certainly did put'' this talk about kissing. The growers any -other' six cognomen put, together. build- 'their ''nests.vand rear' 'tJaeirr.brooda
., detail. Those who have tried it declare leach a large increase. Within I The matter of boosting for. the ", 's.
. I year those eggplants inside the papers and ado.pted.-as the name for" their 'there,''..ddlng largely to the! ,,..
b that its use has been beneficial; I I a cOmparitively short time, if the the product? Inside the crates. P. Klssimmee, Flori-' state first' and the' town second,,'wan attractiveness'of the; towA 'says the;; '

'1 yet the general public has gradually. '.right sort of trees be selected, therewall' I Crowder beat a tattoo on them with da." All the. artists and inventors I I broughtup by Editor Thorndyke, of I Tampa Times:. ' .' .. *r. ,
: lessened in buying-giving as"an tex- I be an income of twenty dollars : a hammer and. they awaited' the arrival of the association and the unaffiliated -. Kissimmee, and the protection of our We havesbee r recklesslyimprovi-,:
: CUM that the water from the Kis- to the tree -and then, fifty dollars to of the ear brains of the community are now game--fish-and .the'e. tablishment of dent In the';'preservation .of the wild;'

l' slmmee city hydrant appears to fill the tree is not al all out of the ques But the size of the packinghouse at, work figuring out the proper de- fish hatcheries,. was championed by life-ofFlorida,, w* are-just 'b -f'
.all the requirements for domestic tion. Ten acme, four hundred; and had to 1>e remedied.: Tuesday's meet signl: If you have a suggestion send, Rube Allyn.seconded by Willis ,Pow-\ginning to realize 'elur' loss. *Thepioneers <
I '"""r ,f't: ), use. As a result Mr Fosdick has twenty trees and reckoned the ing showed the way, and that spirit I it' to the secretary. : elf. ,* found" 'parrokeets.
I been forced to create a market .in lowest pobsible price of thirty dol- _ _. .._ -- --_._---_ - , -The beauty' contest b tween'Thom.ldyke < .,let. flamingoes and snowyegreta"'
i nearby cities where the municipal ;lara to the tree, means an annual \n-\ and Triplett on the one hand here when first ,
water was of! less pure content-and come of more than twelve thousand : and Rube Allyn and M. M.. Lee on toyed common Florida they wilderness ven-1,, i
he I is", having -large demand for the I''dollars-iwith very little expense for SINGING SALE OF the other, proved to be highly enter Where are" they; now 7 How'.man/;::; '
; product. upkeep and care. taining. Miss Josephine Drane, Miss .
Floridian. of. the present generation:,
'. This condition speak. well for Kis' I who afford it Deneise Franklin and Miss Marjorie
Every man can
have those beaut I-r
' I' I, ,1. ) gimme The fact that the 'water should nave at least ten acres of pe NOW,, PlANNED'TO BE UPIED BY BANKANNULLED. Hetherington sat in the judges'seatsand ful birds ever-seen that once one were of as common\j '
f, 'w'v' : from the city wells is handled in so cans. one after another, the four contestants *
fcs doves T "* "lujC' ; , t' cleanly a manner as to command the .took the centre of.the floor ..
But the birds have'a; value
: '" praise entirely of the entire do public with and .other to almost SHOWING GOOD GROWTH A SPECIAL 'FEATURE BY AMOSGrand and earnest Jmplored consideration the young to ladies their'claims\ to give aside, from merely- sentimental practical on, '

away IS' BUSINESS COLLEGE _____ ae.thetic'one.. 'th.
I They ar greatest
waters of excellence is a matter of for beauty. The audience was not .
' "i worthy comment; and too much publicity -.--- Large Choir Will Lead First Com. Jury Presented True Bill backward about oW.mlg suggestionsand assistants thefarmer; )has!in keeping"
down the insect' hordes
cannot be given the matter. Opening its doors' only a short; inanity Singing At The Methodist Against Former President of Merchant motions. It was rather thought that destroy1.his '.
*,' since but several students the crops. ...Kill or.driv. all the birds
time to
Every citizen of Kissimmee should that Mr. Triplett. was unduly dressed
Church Afternoon
end Farmers Bank
Excellent advantages of the Kisnim- Sunday away, and the problem of .raising
take special pains to send a marked op for the occasion and that Rube
copy of this. issue, uncensored to as mee Business College have been recognized Allyn's "bobbed hair and -rolled crops III this country would be vastly ,
Enthusiastic over the success of, There is to be a meeting of the more laborious than 'it' Is at. present..
and there practically
friends are now hose" him unfair
: many as possible throughout gave an advantage,
4 the north for .at this time there twenty-five students enrolled,with the large body of singers called to- stockholders, of the Merchants and : to say nothing of his flow of tender Investigators who have made it- .' '

have been a vast number!> of cities promise of an increase very soon. gether by Jeff' Wall, under whose Farmers Bank tomorrow afternoon oratory, but, after all, no one was I special study -have'testified repeated-1 "i.'
I and towns where the domestic water Principal James, D, MacGlashan and tutorship the singing was carried on/ at three o'clock-at which time there ruled out, and the judges gaveth ly to the valueand efficiency of thCJl'
will be three directors' will .
elected bird. 'as insect The farmer
I was not of a' character to bear Mrs. C. E. Hilton are highly gratified at the tent, there has been appointed i ; first prize, a dainty vanity case, to: destroyers. \
be selected to succeed M. .
president who of
l 4 ( praise. Kissimmee water is declared at the* manner in which this institution acommitteeconsisting of Miss Louise a "Thorn and Trip while the second kills one- out pur..wan.-
S. Lanier who to have automatically kills -
appears tenness his best KisV
3; s.r'absolutely free from .objectiona.. haw been received. Thomason, Mrs. D. M. Boyte, vacated that \ will prize an attractive horn, was givento simmee well.
has done What;town-
: i ble' features is health-giving to agreat 1 Monday Professor MaeGlashan wee Mrs. James M. Johnston, and Mrs. I considered the sale of the building "Rube and Lee." will be the next to taR similar. ac';'
extent, and is almost free. visiting in- Winter Park,where be has Joe Phipps to continue the Interest by the* former president to the: Three Little Digs UOflr .
a large acquaintance, and was which 'has been apparent in music i stockholders without their approval; Thorn says that he does not believe ; ,_ ,.
,PIONEER CITIZEN ILL; brought ba k. to Kiuimmee by Mr. circles, and keep the chorus in practice -I will be discussed the action taken by in signs. | SUNRISE PRAYER MEETING. .
b- ,, RELATIVES SUMMONED and Mrs. Treat and Mr. and Mrs.' each week for the community I It E. Grabel. one of the directorate, .Well Thorn's presence M always ;
'u Hale-who had expressed a great In- sings. It ,I. proposed that the committee in- promptly advising Comptroller the sign of a good time. '-- Then"c.J' I. to i beTS '"..8rl':,>priie'-:
; .. 'Frederick ,'W. JI111, fpostmastor 'atNarcoossee torest sin.the i.Klaslmmee",enterprise. shall take ,entire charge, select Ernest Amos of the. complete statusof ':Ttorn admits being arrested the meeting at: the '.'Methodist, 'church _
z .: ;'. one''of.v the: pioneers* of Arriving here >th*: visitors-made, the ,the place and time, and in general . affairs, thereby succeeding in baring first- time ho was ner ut Lakeland. commeeeinatsta-tkifly.: : '. e _
1; '
l Ithis section ud known-far-andrida! college their. headquarters) for',a:Sew look,after, all ;:details., that.official rescind the action of and he hDmecUateI7; .,eJacalate, << : I mcm>> rs ,of.-all ... -denominatfosso' ;_ _
t .fas >a most'estimable-dtlseiv; ;,, ., tying hours,) and; thoroughly enjoyed 'th* i.The first event will-be-Sunday afternoon M., .S._ Lanler and 'ordering' *, return -fBless de Lawdl" : .. "- are cordially Invited,1; ,< .''1'",.
', seriously. Ul at.. hia home --and 'reiTporto the ", evening. They, were greatly promptly, at four o'clock In ),.ContlmuA. on Pa.. BlcftO'1; . I. : ., These affairs wil| be carried on-InrfsplaiP -, _
r !" stats that,"but i little,'hope-is pleased",with the. success the;uutitu-> the-Methodist church-and . .., . v. flN.THEcIL&rER; ":: anft.1-4h&' ,being to'.haveservices' '.th :" _
.. held out for his recovery Fred HU1.; Hoi has. attained <*few ceedinr Sunday "the location will beat '.- .- .. \ .alternate'betweea the:"var fj.
,; .' his .on. baa been* called;back to 'be.: ", kI4O dlr rlc.ti-.i>' '{i I.. ,.a, different', point. Not only will 1 thai"-every: persotr'In KIsslme I wad . .. lTfle. Chapter, :' !!'.-'62, Order bus churches-.jnaVmg .them,'prai 1
4S with. his:rparents and ; .l.. .. .' the'' adult choir take'' active partfD contiguous hereto shatt be.a.ut, of.:.the.Eastern Star'will" meet'"in eaUy,'Unomlnational; lit* ,aspect.
.z.,* a ''aori-ln-law of , : ; ':, tt..has:just about gotten so In this -musical-eventa;. bat:the SunH and ,take part' nthese'. wes'k1yef- regular .ae doD'Ded' Thursday even ___
.7', .hlp.wlth ;thA'funtlv.u C.iG.Buek187'j'> :, : : country that...wh/nr'a. 'girl .fee.. hot beam'Choir.composed. .totchildren: ,. arv and; V genea invftttoa',Is ci- i tag.Initiation., .. All members .\,'and Girl sti dBt*"atKatfng.. "., cbhi.,. ,._
'., and stuffy;.enough'to I loaf! In'.. Hammock : will, be." present-and participate.f'.J It tend through ,th ..presrt a\nd?pulpitto.ttU'end. ( I,4aitlnt.. are4rged"t' : are beIng *n stedtfor walkinjtiabont;," ,

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"'' Recitation in chemistry{ \: class wargotn SEVERAL ADVERSE RUMORS, I. 1 trat'lons ,are published' during 'a

on.' I THE WATCHERThe ARE BROADLY CIRCULATED week's, time .visualising ,news events Wood Yard
.Yel"f' said teacher, 'atoms have .1 ; POSTMASTER 8e. D moiistratCotuMn'iIBs of l4*eaJ interest. From an editorial

k; th.'power, of attraction" REGARDING standpoint the Times-Union ranks AND OAKH.PSUHL .
And ,then a low sigh from ODe oft TV. L. Poulk, who ,has been 'acting-: with the foremost of. the DRY ;PINE

' the girls was heard. Oh, how I, wish Last Song Doitmaster: .lnce. the resignation; ot AtBINA SMITH country",. |lti 'editorials. being.! widely! :

I was an atom!I" "God be with you till we mise'igaln! the KU Imnvae "t postmaster some quoted.;

11).Crew' to'fasten ",oocl'ftl'lt appeared Keep love's banner floatinge'er' you, month ago has retired from the For, the convenience' secured of its readers a'most 518 Mabbetle Street. Phone 232. "tli
the Times-Unioit has
f he has 10' in the
death' wave before position longheld EGG-LAYING
Smite threatening u.fts
t only about 200 years .goo. wall chart, 86x
local office,- and his successor has up.todateIbpago:
: t ... '- God be with you,you,till' we' meet'again.." been. duly selected and approved. WILL BOOST THE TOTALS 28 inches) \\the, first page bearing' ,
. have map of Florida howing Dixfe. Un
a Numerous rumors been loudly '
; 1* Last Sunday night the strains of made 'against W. L. Poulk who is so used All with the good following results rations at the have sxperi-been ion, Sarasota, Glades Highlands,
Charlotte and Hardee the counties '
this farewell floated out of: well and favorably known'by'sib .patrons new .
song up the Kisslmmee office and mental farm at BelUville, 'Maryland, created by' the fast legislature.This 8 BROADWAYGARAGE[
the big tent'over a better Kissim of. -
conducted by the United, States Department of
IIhe most complete
of these have him in map
mee. For weeks four denominations some placed an of Agriculture, but the ,
e :Florida Census statistics
had 'solu embarrassing light.; So ,many of available.:
of. Christiana, presented a' should choose the ration
front against.the, forces of evil, incorrect that it !fill but ,valueThe remaining contain CARS
with this song on "their lips they absolutely prices. Feeds not included or sub pages AUTO PAINTING, WASHED
the salute and the just that a statement be made regarding a map of the United Slates shoeing
gave chautauqua stituted on the 'basis of their comparative official automobile roads of AtjTO REPAIRING. RADI0 -
them of them ; a map
-some being
became history Kissimmee
meetings -
union provided the meat
New boundary
10 ridiculous that none could believe Europe giving present
will never be same again
scrap and animal-protein feeds are ,
them. lines and a splendid map'of the e
Forces for good have been generated meal'orother
not replaced by cottonseed world on ,Van der Grinten's spherical STORAGE BY DAY, WEEK OR
that will long persist. .Sin looks It seems that on Monday, October high vegetable-protein feeds.
blacker and the Christian walk 10, inspectors found that in the various All changes; in the feed should be projection. It is profusely illustrated MONTH a
and bears of data and statistics
a mass
aforetime. church departments of office thera
than The
brighter -
made sudden
gradually: as changes for .
life that was becoming jazzed now was a shortage of between one hun general references REASONABLE
decrease the production OUlt PRICES ARE
may egg should in
sounds forth a clearer and truer note. dred and two hundred dollars. Mr. The Tiroes-Union be every )
MeLeod Poulk noted: that such findings were materially. home, in Florida. Its -subscription IN EVERY DETAIL AND
correct, and turned in Ration' No.1, Mash-16 Ibs. cornmeal price is only 85c per month or WE WILL GUARANTEE TO
The central figure in the union immediately a
6% lbs meat ilb1 bran,
check for the claimed scrap $9.00 per year. Every reader, new or
meetings' was W. H. McLeod, the personal amount 1 lb. middlings. Scratch mixture: 1 PERFECTLY SATISFY YOU
f % gifted cowboy preacher whose sturdy so that there need be no bother. Ib cracked 1 Ib. wheat, lib oats. old, sending", $9.00 to .the FloridaFlorida
1 r VIRGINIA Times-Union Jacksonville, ..
Thin check cashed ,
T 6nree forebears used to feed on oatmeal was as the return Ration No.. 2, Mash-2 lbs cornmeal BROADWAY GARAGE -v.J
'r' BURLEY porridge in far away Scotland. He is of the voucher to the bank upon or harley frtftal), 1 Ih- bran I Ih. Florida, for one year's lIubscriptionwillbetnal1edab"aJuteljf *
-of -
1Yotab! -TURKISH- as lithe' LPantherr buoy-ng-a"-which-the-pspet-wasiirawn'wifl fop- middlings, 1 Ib meat or fish scrap. charge of these charts. F. M. LANIUS I "4
Such shortages in
whirlwind and as fervent as a lover are common Scratch mixture: 2. Ibs. cracked corn,
The three greatest; lie has the courage to attack an active every of flee 4 or reasons which are 1 Ib. oats, 1 Ib wheat or barley. _

cigarette tobaccos. volcano and discretion enough not always readily ascertained-but Ration No. 3, Marsh- 3 Ibs corn -- . . - - - . . <,
not to do it. His labors during the. which, may occur. in one of a hundred meal, 1 lb meat scrap. Scratch.mix '\ ;
r Mending M1LDNESSone last month have left an indelible Impression ways. tore: 2 lbs: cracked corn, 1 Ib oats.
_ on Klnnirnmee. That the! When the new postmaster was _J tion.JJfl JLMaalusrraJbs.jDrn: "l :
r y citizens appreciate) thii"1 is evidenced: t2ked1n'MrPoulk'waa"satlafiedthat ; Meal 5 lbs. middlings.; 4 Ibs. bran, 2lb. INSURANCETHAT
by the free-will offering that they all was well- 4s she would start .. cottonseed meal or gluten meal,
him, and his services are worth I with a clean slate. In fact, Miss '
eleven I gave 2 Ibs. meat scrap, 2 percent bone
dollar -of It.Memories. Derbyshire did start with a clean PROTECTSSERVICE
every I meal. Scratch mixture: 2 Ibs cracked -
I record; but, for some reason, 'the corn, 1 lb. wheat, 1 Ib oats, 1 lb. i
: '' .cigarettes2Oforl5 Many pleasant memories cluster differences which had already Been barley. '

around the site of the old yellow tent! presumably settled were brought to Ration No. 6, Mash 1 lb. cornmeal "
on Broadway. Who can ever target light, and Mr. Poulk!! was required to, bran 3 '
1 )Ib. --( lb. the Children's Night? And then Jeff make explanation to the federal 4 SATISFIr5LUPFERS'
1 lb. middlings! 1 lb. ground oats. THAT l
Wall's long forefinger waving over] court at Tampa. There was no assertion Scratch mixture: >2 Ibs. cracked com, f;

the big choir while he exclaimed that there was a defalcationor 1 Jib. wheat, 1 lb. oats, lib, barley.
"Fine, that's good singing!" will not that there was. any shortage in Ration ''No.6, )Mash 3,lbs corn INSURANCE AGENCY '.1 ; '
be soon forgotten. Tears have been the funds of the office; there wan :
I meal. 1 lb. bran, 1 lb. middlings, %
';} shed, some of repentance, some of simply the declaration that when the Ih. meat scraps. 'Scratch mixture: ,
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.new found joy. New settlement was made in checking out ooooooooooO..O..O.
5 !ILw.8Xz. friendships I 2 Ibs. cracked corn, 1 Ib. wheat 1 Ib
have been formed old barriers the acting postmaster there was aiifference "'
; oats. Feed with table or
down, and the social life brok-I in the cash holdings-even scraps .o. ;
{ cooked vegetables. ; ;.co' ; ;
ya city sweetened. though this difference had been pre Ration No. I 5 is adapted especiallyfor 0 . . o.o o o o oooo.too.tO 00 ... .o t 'jl'jlRose's
made Mr. Poulk
Lastly The Darkies'Thill viously good by yearlings or old hong of breedsinclyied
series of union meetings closed from his private p rae. .to get too fat, such as the n
in a fitting manner with a service What may be the outcome of the\ Wyamlotte. As corn meal, fed with Taxi Service
for the On affair can be, at this time, but mere these :,
W negroes. Monday night meat scrap, is very fattening,
h Estate several hundred well dressed and conjecturer but the people who have two feeds are cut down in the ration.
known the man who has been connected I ''i
well behaved colored folks occupiedthe With ration No.6 feed all table
front part of the tent. while a with ,the Kiasimmee postoflice scraps available or vegetables! at the
large gathering of whites looked on far many years know that there has rate of I 5 pounds< daily for 30 hens. AnywhereAnytime .J
from the rear seats and from the! been no attempt to deprive the department Five percent bone meal may be .
'ifWti1i'Sold outside. The singing was by the of one cent to which it is used in any of these mashes, and the
darkies. It was their night and they entitled. The public may rest assured quantity of meat scrap reduced accordingly Day or NightWith t
lit e acquitted themselves well. "In My that the high opinion held for W. or 2 percent of bone meal .

s Exchanged, and.taxes Heart" and other old plantation mel- L. Poulk will in no way be ensmall- may be added without changing the Without Driver Phone 264 Park Hotel
odies were rendered beautifully. Jeff I ed, as there are no specific charges, mashes or t r :
x paid. Attention given to assessment Wall, sang The Holy City with ex- so far 'as known, laid upon him,.
N cellept effort and then McLeod Juat how the matter will terminate :
and valuation. We SL John's (Episcopal) an.rda
financial settlement already -
preached one of his genuine old stem- "
: will look after and rent winding sermons to the evident delight been arranged and culminatedis Rev. L. II. Kirkby, Rector. 'r - - -- ---- 1.j

I your I of his dusky hearers. Looking not yet to be considered. Liter- I oo.oo 0 OUHOOOOUO'OMO 0 "0. I ,
%', '' ; property for you. 'upon the motley gathering with its ally, there is nothing to settle as Twenty-second Sunday after Trin-

differing faiths, colors, races and every cent has been accounted for ity.
strains of blood all praising and and the new postmaster has taken 9:45 a. m.-Church School. ALLIGATOR INN' >
r. : praying to the same Father, -the over the financial end of the business 11:00 a. m.-Morning prayer and ;IA
WILLSON & Watcher wondered if the divine alchemy with every account balancing; but Holy Communion.: Sermon Subject;
lad 'r of Christ's atonement mightnot what the postoffice may demand maybe "Religion Not Acceptable to the Un- Located at Lake Alligator, on Hard-Surfaced. Road if 1
transmit that which is base inour something different.In spiritual. . Just Acrots The Canal "j-1 '
common humanity into character any event the people believe --
that will current in heaven? that the shortage was easily accounted -I CONTINUED GROWTH OF
't: AULTMAN I for-and that whatever action FLORIDA TIMES-UNION

In all malarial countries the popular may follow regarding the retiring Lunches for Picnic Parties : '
1 remedy is Herbine. People find acting postmaster will be more In keeping with its policy of con
t. ; KISSIMMEE- FLORIDA It a good medicine for purifying' the ID line of politics than because of stant improvement the Florida. 1\
r ystemand warding off the disease. any discrepancy in accounts. Times-Union has added to its columns Coyle & Lloyd l

h i '.........0..00 00.. ..'00" .( PrIce, 60c. Sold by J.' Z. Roberson. BOOMING LAKE CONWAYAS several the'approval features which .
are sure to meet of its
ATTRACTIVE RESORT readers.. Among them is the publi-
!. .. ...........000.0..00..00..000000.00. -- cation of a complete novel a' week .
p Located within short running distance by such well known authors as Booth -

of Kissimmee is Lake Conway, Tarkington, Robert W. Chambers, ,t1 t1J'
+ and it is there that fine' improvement -: Frank Blightonr '"' Bertha Sheafer,

: BIRI1S BOARD is being 'made. There 'will be : John D. Swain and Frank H. Spearman
r'' 1 made an unusual number of botter- I fend the series i includes a number Nice Homes For Rent.
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ment. A large dance hall, dming- > of novelettes b Y Bret Harte,
.. CREAM WHITE FINISH room, bathing pier and a tea crden which have never been released for :
; ? set in the midst of a beautiful ore newspaper' publication. Books by ;;j
nge grove are among the attractions these authors generally sell for $1.60 THREE, FURNISHED HOMES f '!
which will be offered. The each so the reader can readily appreciate and "J'
uildin.-x will cost over 2i,000' nnd the additional value receiv
will he completed about the middle ed. TWO THAT ARE UNFURNISHED
ot Nvember. Good Night Stories by Blanch Sil-
e X11 There is no reason why a duplicate ver, is another of the popular new
f ''af these things should nod}be established features. While intended Hmarllyfor THESE SHOULD BE SEEN IMMEDIATELYFor "
i at Fish Lake Part, midway children,parents also enjoy these 'If"
.between Kuisimmee and Saint Cloud, charming stories and so great is ;
I where A. E. Fosdick holds a splendid their educational value that in many quick action and legitimate dealt it will pay you to see' me ;

propert TJ LplaL..iould.k.made.. at _th larger...cities the .stories are "y J j''
fully as attractive as Lake Conway, read in the primary grades of school. :
and, being located on the magnificent Many other featurexjipPar dailyor D. M. BOYTE
ross-state highway from Melbourneto Sunday. More telegraptr udjnore
Kissimmee and thence to the west state news is being printed than ever \ "'I
rr coast, there would be, 'with proper before. The quotations on its market Office us tke. en.e. PM 218KISSIMMEE ;
publicity, a" patronage that would beleasing. page are accurate and up-to-the- '. '1

[ .'_ __ n_ minute. Sports are given special at- .' !. :
tention. Its woman's is of dally
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: I, :Tg JEFF WALL-HtREAFTER 'I service to the housewife.' Many llIu.I .- ..

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.. 1j Jeff Wall, the instrumentalist and
vocalist who has been doing such :
j excellent work in the musical realms

'-, Make Room ,Like this 'Yourself of the union revival tentrwas present. \

,, fc ed on Sunday with a splendid watchas GOOD HABITS AND BAD 111
a token of appreciation of the i :'

1? : 1 IF'you "ive'a room that needs decorate ?r.. he has done while in Kissim-- i

\ be ; The gift was the finest timepiece
4 ceiling to repaired, or a new .
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carried in the stock of the Sanderson ,
to be made out of unused Jewelry Company and was, enclosed
room space,
in a clever jewelry container of ''
This is the Reconstruction Period. 'tIt'i"
',4 : you can make stunning effects yourself : polished wood It was properly in-
I icribed-and as Mr. Wall puts it: .
: by using Bird's Neponset Board Cream 1. 'This is the handsomest gift I have .

1 P, : ... White, moisture-proof on both sides. of ever it than received of -any and mention I'm more ever proud givenme. Get in the Habit of Saving. \ -
It was a surprise to me, and
1 V, J Take paint wonderfully well in case you-with to vas from those who have believedIn ---'--_.'-
?', .paint it; but it needs no painting or other decoration Clssimmee my work.and I the shall way ever I have remember been ,Do it regularly until it becomes a fixed habit- .
white '
$ ; because of its beautiful stippled creamy received and cared for. .
The gift was purchased* by contributions - -
finish. especially solicited for the and your future is assured. -

,a'' -, Think how many places there are in your home* xpress purpose of handing a useful
jewel to the one who has organizedand
( ;\ where Bird's Neponset Board can be used to ad- cared for the music at the tent ,=

I''j vantage. Then come in and let us tell you bow since its' conception, Mr. Wall gath- sau
ered an orchestra of huge dimensions .

t ;little... -it costs. - of children who took,, an interest -
t ; 4" '" ''IIIW&IOIIIss.l6MsWlttgZs.IW- - .......Mr* in,the .music of >the meetings.

",' Mr.Wall left on Wednesday for' new
For Sale By field. carrying with him recollections ,, -

.1 -tit Kisslmmee which he will of KissimmeeCAPITAL .
; long remember'',,with feelings,, of gratification -

W. B., M \ .. ,
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'Ths/Gaiette's .departmen' '
!", ' . ,,, : ., _... p ; 1'1, $25,000 '\ SURPLUS $2,500
equipped to do aU kinds of job printIng ;
''. 'Phone'123;, .KISSIMMEE. .308. Broadway : on abort notice and M reasonabl .
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"' ; THE:;USSMOIEE,VALI.BT'. ', GAEE'' Tg' ."' FRIDAY.' OCTOBER ,21, 1921 i ,. W ", jL

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. .. KEEP THE' KIDNEYS WIll Let's w.ilt ,Right .. , tMM, -
I In' order to keep ab-so-lute-ly In
T TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK I style! with all the slush society writers
_. Health II Worth Saving And Some I am,'suggesting that daily contingents
) ; 'Klsslmne People'Know'How" of ,that half million people? The ;Next Best .

*, By THORN' 1 i Many Kissimmee To-Savel_people It take their I are may coming only being hers spend note the Some monthendandoccasionally their possibly yearend Thing :

-. Why' Don't They? Still'keeping Very BuIl7' lives in,their hand by neglecting the will be found a man or

f'y:; 'I' _didn't. I've always fry an egg wondered on the other why ,they side.,,I Numerous continually newspapers writing! in about FIor1daare the neednelp.kidney when Weak they kidneys know,these arerespon-, organs two. who'll Ain't only it th spend limit the-afternoonend. this end, i I If you haven't a Brunswick;is Brunswkk : : '

tible for' vast amount'of suffering '
business Yassum.:.
is of nonsensical
"stork. That sort .
.Here's AH :Absolute Fact don't you think? According to all and"ill health' -the slightest delay I. * '
| Records the
Use Doan's PUlsa haveIn
The man wbo will,. by insinuation I have learned the actions of this Well. They Wont on phonograph you
i';., or' 1nuendo, say .one untrue word reputed stork are more like a peli remedy that has helped thous.ands Says the' Saint Petersburg Times:.
of sufferers.' Here is
about, any. woman is .o low, that, by' can., It' may be that the newspaper Klssimmee kidney citicen's"recommendation.W. a. Kissimmee has been madea
rl'' r ''comparison! a skunk is the highest who ,publish the sob-stuff mean the Yates bird sanctuary, but we Records you
'+ :;;,r type of a gentleman. fc. __ "pelican stalks."* Yassum. ,Sunny E.street, says, stationary: "My back engineer often, hope the, birds won't perchon will find a_ new. quality that;, k +
-. one "Thorn" know
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1. .,.t. .A Somewhat Queer ExpressionThe Anyway, I Hope So I I gave away suddenly and a terrific over there. 1 you will ,appreciate 'at once. :
New Smyrna Breeze, says,ed- Says the Winter Haven Chief: I I pain took me in my kidneys. I would Well. I know precisely what you You will'' find Breadth and
have sit a
to down I would fall
just or
itorially: "The public does not want .We are so darned tickled want me to say regarding this mat-
o see anyone punished." I don't see that Florida again has a over. My and kidneys the secretions acted too frequently ter-but I'll be.durned if I'll say It. .. depth'of tone, and a revealing .
., ow the Breeze' gets that way-but governor that we keep a picture were scanty You ought to be ashamed of yourself of such ,
and burning in A friend personality ai
';. 1 ou really ean never tell what will of: Carry Hardee hang- passage. anyway. I thank ;you."News" ,
come, out of New Smyrna. in our office ringht alongside told me to tryDoan'a Kidney Pills : you have never known, be. 4
and. two boxes relief
* of gave me great Has Become Stale
pretty girlYaesum.
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from the pain in my back and "I in of' one-column fore.
Sure This In Right And bye-and-by you'llfeel am receipt a
The Jasper New. says: "Let there so well acquainted with the gov- strengthened faith my kidneys." I .have, report of a football game at Win- Just The Brunswick It
in this as
.. be more gallowses." Good. That.JIIIUL.he..A..preYeDtative..apin.t..Jota enronr that you"ll know how to spell great remedy ter Park or 'Orlando (the storydoesntjay..whereJt.waspulled '
.hie_name. I thank-you- -I I Price 60ci; at all dealers Don't _off) the "Final Phonograph! 'so a
tlm r
... I of, these murderers and embezzle'1- 1 I I ddne7-rem dy''geDoan. ;; which occurred Saturday, October Records the. -
, Kidney PiU.-the same thatMr. V 'S are 'Brunswick, _
; ment end even stealing >Fordes.Let Better 'Go CarefullyThe 8. presumably this year although .,
- us have more gallowses ty alt city of KiHsimmee. is Mfrs.. Yates Buffalo had.N.Foster-Mllbum Y. Co., the "news" would have been just as ,,, t last word in recorded music.' l '
:. J means.. Yassum. now- "Bird Sanctuary." I fresh if it had been in 1920. There The ultimate in music in the home comes,with the combination
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'* We are glad' to See this. wasa score of 33 for the Gainesville
i' II. Sure Ltd A Do,.'. Life Thorn will now bq afe. It Was v\ Just Penalty folks and.a score of 0'for Rollins 1 of .a Brunswick Phonograph and, I Brunswick ,Records.;
_ .' __ Patrick C. Bruen, of Baltimore, .Tba ' for you., Better stop The Clearwater Sun says that and at this time I can't see the use
1'Ihas: been granted a divorce. The right there. A man once called me "Babe Ruth sat in the grandstandwith of wasting space on it It will"be! wise for you to make no 'choice until you have heard
judge was, a man of human principles the sort of a bird you are thinkingof a sore arm." Any grandstandin * them both. Come in today.WILDER'S.
1 and when he1 learned that Mrs. terming me. It cost his widow these days that will have a sore Spell It RightI
Bruen knocked down her hubby, two hundred' dollars to get crape 1 arm I ought .to be sat down on. would like to call the attentionof
played plngpong on him with a skillet enough /Ito round through the large the Saint Petersburg Times that
made him go to church three family. Yaasum. Never Laid An EggI the government insists that in spellIng ':STUDIO O. s
times every Sunday, burned his Sun- can't understand why folks do so.- the old-fashioned cocoanut the V ::
threw It'. "a* has been deleted --The-Times V r <* V ,
- day paper., and his--smoking Really An Art Or why a tom-kitten 'will mew. so;
.:.., outfit into the garbage ean, the judge 'I notice that several judgments And I wish that my pet still it the old KISSIMMEE; FLORIDA
-11: gave him the writ. However, it have been secured in this county for When she's finished her fret fashioned way-whereas it should be ,
seems funny that a man would take accounts running in seyeral thousand I i i Will tell me why Robinson Crusoe. coconut. That is official, I have
embrace (whatever, that Is) at a few dollars due a grocery< trifles like that especially as his that twelve hundred dollars. due for Chance For Argument superfluous-because if c-o-c-o does- .
wife wanted to convert him but groceries was s-o-m-e account, but I The Tampa Tribune there Is nt spell coco what'n thunder ,',
nothing seems. impossible nowadays.i since I heard of that I have learnedof "no waste to eggs." Wonder says if that spell T And the federal governmentsays ,.1
several that overlapped that sum'I silly writer ever figured on th' we are right in our argument. ...... ;:0' It; JH "

SLOAN'S RELIEVES owe several my'grocer hundred sixty percent.cents he When looksat I.,?'{shells powder? and Mebbe rolls he the oysters gripds 'em in the to Yassum. # .* .0000.000..000..00..00..0... ......... ......

me with wondering eye--and whenit stuff' before frying!II Herald Enlarged Th' Territory ,
NEURALGIC ACHES gets up to eighty cents ha gazes I i| * Says the Sanford Herald: "
at me with a look that I once had It Wa Puffeckly Orful Wish we could attend that r
when"I was sure that I saw a pink 'the
meeting of South Flor ,
jbR forty Sloan'* Liniment with I r i I desire to attest for the edification a .
year rat licking a' green cat. A man ida Press Association a t
I'I ha* been the quickest relief for credit like that should never grow I and of gratification Lakeland that of the good Lakeland Friday and Satur- The reason for the continued good;
sciatica and rheumatism they are
hungry. You know it. and the
,tired muscles,lame backs, sprains . 'lit I I.residing in the driest locality in the day the prize on see Thorn for pin health chilEIren""
state. A down there would of some
mad strains, ache and pear. frog
Omi Heck, Read This t
the ugliest man in the world.Please ,
Keep 'ukanjy and apply freely, Some well-meaning has have to get up a sweat before he bear in tr
person mind that the is
trMtut TtMni, at the first twinge.It sent me an eight-page folder con- could spit. I durned near walked Included merely South Florida. scope Any- simpleenough. {
ease and brine comfort surely taining a lot' of bunk about an international muh handsome legs off me last Fri- way, it wasn't for the baldest head .-
and readily. You'll find it clean and anti-military bureau-that day isfaction night with erbout aa much sat- cst editor; it was' for folks with hair Especially When you know the, facts, ,
1i2J" Oren.klostaining.Slaan's is ,being boosted in Holland. I'm as trying to sell a pair of -and Triplett and I took the prize, ''
some of which here
about much interested in that pearl-mounted opera-glasses to a are'given ,!
Liniment I* pain's enemy. as as blind mah. I thank you Jealous old boob, you!
.lskyouraeighbor. I am in the wage-scale of lathing you.
At aH/druggIstt Uc. TOc, tl-40. thatched cottages in the Sandwich EVERY DAY NEXT WEEKIS mothe? i is proud of-: a healthy, strong '
islands. Before I started in to read EVERY
the thing I gave it the twice over SELFRELIANCEGOES that radiates buoyant life and'eneI'O'..

, ""V' to learn who were the Hijinks try- Manager Eades, of the Casino, She has reason to be proud, because the child's good, i

Ing to separate funds from the fool- stated that commencing next Mon- health her wisdom in the selection of the food ,' "
iniment yb.wnn.r.aasheb ish. Here are names of the executive day there will be the biggest and proves ", ,
committee: B'. DeLight, Joseph Gelsen I- best week's program that Kissimmeehas she gives her boy or girl. ,
Albert DeJong, J. Harinck, L. J. ever had. Bebe Daniels will head *' "I ,
Bot, H. C. Ekhard Mrs. Meijer the list Monday in one of her '" od- An mothers should know that growing: children "

IV Ve4Uq. 1j'b.r.b..db1't'r Wichman N. J. C. Schermorhorn and Blood little-bad-girl" roles entitled: One balanced diet diet the food eels: d a
Saps Cade's require a
Energy a containing
} Mrs. Sponcier DeJong. Send two Wild Week, which is -picture all
'fg Dr.Bo6w dla.an0i.f. dollars to my office and get The Val- Pepto-M..,.. Rebuilds the Blood fans are sure to enjoy. On Tuesday menu needed building and energizing the little: 'body.. ;;
p i ley Gazette for a whole year. I thank I David Powell is starred in a Donald v ', "7 .* *
.. you. ... Wrestling with a weakened condition Crisp production: "The Princess of Grape-Nuts,'the rich; nourishing foodmade from I ,: .,
* of the blood is a desperate New York.
WednesdayThe Great '
: I'll Be Justified Too struggle. Thin, watery blood deprives Moment" gives Gloria Swanson who whole wheat flour and malted barley,served with milk

Some day,- I m going to murder a the body of energy, and causes has long been a star in the eyes of ,or cream, contain the materials the child needs for Its y ,
I'I linotype-attiet I'm going to do it a played-out feeling 'not unlike utter the public,, her first starring vehicle. best growth and deYeJopment.'f
M with most calm and deliberate. exhaustion. ,A man with weak blood The/story,was written especially for ', I.
just like that. Last week..... -. ai1'-1 I has not the full sense of his powers. Miss Swanson by Eleanor Glyn. On ; ,
good editorial at least. It I H4 lacks decision, and vacillates until Thursday Handsome Tommy Meigh- Grap8..Nuta.heJpa make sound teeth,strong berfta' ,, (I. :V" ,
VU LCANIZING Intention to have it that way .I he loses self-confidence. an will present "The Conquest Of and pure red blood, and for the palate,there is nothing "
wanted to that I Some men, and women, too, faltering *";. 'J.> {' J
say nothing really I go Canaan. It's one of the biggest ='more wholesome or delicious. ', *'" -*" r" ate, : 1\\ .
r ailed Kissimmee-yet Intimate that along for months scarcely stories ever written, and gives the : .
all conditions might be, improved bY,t realizing that they need Gude's Pep- Good Luck Star the greatest oppor- Go "" .. ',t' Yv
I co-operation; but what does that to-Mangan, the' blood-builder. But tunity he has ever had. Ethel Clay- to your''grocer today and get a package of .

durnedfool linotype\ man do but set when they have taken It'for a while, ton comes on Friday in "Wealth," 'strength-giving. Grape-Nuts.. Let'the children: hare,all .'.'" ,.1 t'
the headline "ail" "ale!" what a difference there i. in the which is her "
wjth spelled the finest of repeftoire, -
TIRES MD TUBES REPAIRED The error shows, of course, the chan- feelings! The old-time vigor and the and the supporting cast is headed by they want, with milk,cream or !stewed, fruit, or rids:, :\,

nels in which his mind was running.He red-blooded hue of good health re Herbert Rawlinson. Wallace Reid Into an appetizing pudding. Grape-Nuts is a food that. :, l .. '
BHREIDIRO was doubtless thinking of his turn. The new rich blood gets to winds up the week in another of his will be relished by every member of the family w
favorite song 'Ale, 'Ale, The work building, fortifying, lifting the automobile racing pictures: "Too I '
Gang's: All Here"- but no explanation spirit up to its normal standard. Much Speed." The co-star is Agnes
;s FIRESTONE i i AND TIRES S. can thoroughly explain. If any Physicians have prescribed Gude's Ayers, and Theodore Roberts, with Grape-Nuts-t6e Body' Builder'
members of the press of the. state Pepto-Mangan? for years as a blood- his half-chewed cigar, and in the \ FM u
shall blame me for what I'm goingto builder. Druggists sell it in liquid whirl, too.Shoes "There's a Reason" ,
SWIMMING BUS[ do it will be well to speak right and tablet form. Look for the name o ;}
up ow before I pull off the stunt. "Glide's Pepto-Mangan" on the pack- worn by some Chinese wo-
I age."nt. men are only five inches long.
= . ,-
-. Few Have Discretion -

BROADWAY. Says.age Few the of men 100.Zolfo, live And Springs to few reach Herald live the to:- I!!JI!JllllllIllhIllllllullllllluhIJIllhIiIII IIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIINUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiI, IIIIIIIIJI iIII IIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIInIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiII( I iiIIIIIIlllll ll. .. "** '

reach the age of discretion.I v'i I &'\ .. that' right. Of course, ,'are those who accumulate dieoetjoq -. =
.New fish .Mar et. in a certain line-but leally, === :
: I there are few who have that attribute
in:all lines. far backas I
the eighteen the centruy the case ANNOUNCINThe
FRESH aid SALT WATER FISH Of' Earl' Horace Walpole might be ,' .
cited this.. The earl had
'proVe accused i== :: 1 soy
Sir William Pitt, a celebrated r.k
." English whig statesman, during: a
1 ;..4V- Supplies "recelvedF wily"end only" debalejr ojr- a young man ====

the best stock will be handled. This assertion.proved Pitt to came be a very back indiscreet with this : : arrival of the new Michelin "REGULAR" size Cord tire. Previous to ,'

being assertion: "I am accused of == this time, lit order to buy a Cord tire, you were obliged pay for an over4'
FISH DRESSED AND DELIV- a 'young man:' To this assertion -
ERED AT YOUR HOME I must that guilty-but I trust, s::::::: size tire. Realizing this fact the Michelin Tire Company is putting ,out & a'

gentlemen, I may gain in knowledge regular size Cord that additional and all
" I' as I grow older, and not t>fl one 3 gives you mileage the other .
ty ,..teH Mallet, per pound _______...ISe ,
of those individuals who remain" ignorant == advantages of Cord construction at practically Fabric prices. -:- -1- '
in spite of experience! And

"r N 14 QUALITY Broadway P. R. GEER MARKET Phone 19 that Bless show She shows Her does discretion Dear that but* Heart even*little*Walpole failedto I>= MICHELIN REGULAR. SIZE CORD. TIRES' -: l {, __ 1 i5'ty' r

Housework ow. =

:; t Are You A Rundown In Mops fact she her only brow. : SIZE FABRIC PRICE REGULAR CORDS : ',!

'% Nervous Woman ? Detroit Free Press. 32x3 $20.90 $21.95

== 31x4 23.90 24.60"c ,
* Although hei1 beds
: U You Are, This is.Moat Important == V
r Neglected lay 32x4 27.90 31.20 V- '
:, to YenOovington. Her face is made up

p-g: Ky.; -"Some.year. ago I Twice each day.rCanton === 33x4 29.20 01.60' ,'
'I had a genenibleak-down in health was (Ohio) New f ==== '
=== \ 34x4 .29.78 32.70 )
e-" very nervous and weak. I Beard JJr. I '
She mashes == I ,
4 If- Pierce'Favorite Preemption highly recommended never '
;: 'r *o J began taking it, tree Any supds, You can replace your fabric tires, one at a time, with."these 'regularsize; ..
r'' short time health and Her mashing alt .
.. ; a my strength -
Cords without,throwing car out of balance. ,i
, fully restoredU; I am still enjoying foodhealth .Depends on duds.Youngatown v t your .
and can highly\ recommend Dr.PienIe' *-"-'- Telegram. ,," "
.Favorite Prescription for the 11la.eI " ; : ' '. :+

( -menu-Mkt. OL, K Hull,,:1210Wheeler8C But you should see > : l' ""' ,- ,.t
-- > Her at. 1>W. tBMAKIPiSQNCOMPANV
" L th* dance T; .,
'T. 1-Beauty'and Health sec hind hi hand.. Sweep the ballroom : ,_ .
""- Do the moat valuable-asset ." .j ; 'I
dot>> neglect With glance. -r '
e j A.. Store. ...' Go toyour. meighborhood drug ,K ... Macon,, Telegraphy.;*", .' :THE ,"HARDWARE"! TEAR'IJE'"D! '" PO ; i ?
'-'A and get:FavoriteJftesuiptton in"tablet i '- P' '. c- -IW r.o. ", _'f. '} '4_ 4 -
( CIt'.Bquidu i.If, you are troubled l R' She Toll*':hT 'caf; > $ ".' I.' ; Vy d'Uri +
i", LII ,writo Dn Pierce, presideat Invalids'. a From town"to w>n 1 I ., I. I" ,,1 ,
; I'
...... Motel tows t I ,
Buffalo and reoeiv
t! 4: :] Yn food I'. noticed too "y I Jj '
>tw.: .
, medical advio*fat ireturn. free. "' ." \" i : : : : '
,, '.;&;... .. 1"i She. rolls '*m, down; V '', ., .. .... I. I ... .. .. ', Y f-M
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'c. KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTEPnbBshed -1.4-' ; V<, "

.. , . ::1' writ. 'makes ,might tile Seminole,;the. annual) of..the GaineiriuV-:...
''i '" Every Friday t f' . ' "LQOK OUFFOR THE RIFFRAFF Terrify, .hoald be ,a wonderful publications r Including the editor-in-chief'"J
;_ t i': i By Kiadmmea,: .. Valley GasatU CompanyICiuI ii... Florida i there are tweaty-eigkt' on the "staff." Henry Edward and B. W. bet, both a

W. B. Harris,r President 5. C. Van Ap.., Secretary of Kiimmee, are in the list; the former a Efcrary editor ,and the latter. a. "i
W., L Thor dyke, Editor grafting folks aieociate editor. '. "'\.
A thousand chock full ol 6nan'ciai.joke" - - - ------- -. ,
hundred cute r --------"'- --- ;5;
C- SabacripUon :
One, Copy, OA* Year._.____-?.-___._______. --..-- -. ---$2.00 from variouv location, are planning to estape' the chills and WHY NOT IN FLORIDA? ," It would'' be impossible'' to de, J
.' ,w On Copy Six Months.-.________...-:-._-:-.t.......--- 1.OQ florins'and winds and varied ills-and' ply their old vocation.f .' velop the live stock industry with
One Copy, Three Months_.-.-.._.--.-.-----....-.---.--,-.---?..-. ''.60 Louisiana haR-; governor in John t ticky cattle and scrub sires running
They think -:- atleast the m.ny'do '- -' that they ca.n"put 'some M. Parker who in against free range at large' declared the governor 11
I :' ,k |gnt.r. c t I "from our auth rl..d eo pondnts must, b. scheming through to tepar te. mazuma from those;; who have a lot afraid to express hi* sentiments in and I, would not be true to my' trust .'
V All except
,) tl, .IB fled. by; th. .wrlt.r.i In tore, and never have been "touched" before and always are open meeting and follow that up to the people of the state; if I did'
/ Riveted matter will not raturnod unless balled for. with aggressive action. The follow' not tell- you that under such CondU _
J in hurrtor.. ing is clipped from a New Orleans itons I would not make t her elf'
i, ( Forltn Ad..rtt. i>. R""pr.. nt ti.. paper carrying a special new dis- develop' this branch ,of the'institution. -- -'
., L,; 5 I THEAMERICANPRE3SAa3OCIATION I They'll ome"'to..ell "imported" lace, fair beauty lotions for 'natch from the state house at Baton ."-Farmer and Stockman, Jack- :i ,
Ij each face and recipes for cooking;; they'll take a photo of your Rouge: "onviIJ. 'r r
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1921GAZETTE'S "East Baton Rouge Pariah is!! now .
dad enlarge it 'twill real tad then its betterlooking.They'll .
raeer- a r. --r--. e a -e -. - so seem swear Embroiled in one of the most bitter PARK TRAMMELL'S 'BILL

i ASSERTION SEEMS GENERALLY APPROVED bring "new advertising trick and prove to those who joint campaigns adoption in in this its parish history of a over no-fence the WILL. PROVE HUGE HflflJ-

e niix and swallow all the hunches, that money'II come as ne'er law. Washington, October 13.-While it ,
SEVERAL week since there appeared in The Gazette' a' brief editorial before, and roll right in. through open door in boxes., bales, and "Governor Parker was a speaker i ill now conceded that" the.Mnate will ,
abolish the
VS squib which read as follow: at a big mass meeting at the Community adopt an amendment to t
- that of all the confidence l bunches.> Club last night in advocacyof tax on freight and passenger charjr4.
It i. fact worthy comment men *
a 1 19
effective ,
the no-fence law.'The es to be January %, .8
? ? ; and wire-tappen'and robber and thieve and thug that have beea'arretted At least, ,that's what they plan to do- but here am I a-telling governor made two statements Senator Park Trammell!, who as fEr 4
- in Florida none ,have been punished.. Bank looter are, you lhtre'i me-wb011-t>e-di joint ;' the plan wh1ch! Teemed..oniceI that. have, thrown. the capitol back as' five months ago; began his' 4
convicted-and go free. Sick men who shoot visitor in the back I- into a sensational squandary. fight to have this tax discontinued,)? ']
convicted and- free. Governor who connive at unlawful- to lay will very .often go astray-and they'll ,bedisappointed. "He, declared that there would be yesterday made- an ,address in theta!;
are go
q a vacancy in the East Baton Rouge senate advocating: the. repeal of this ,I}
';t'i nets-go free. Confidence men.discovered with the good are con There are some folk who'll never learn their blisters will be apt police jury, Friday, and that if. the tax ten days after the approval of /i''I
4 ,4 victed-.nd go free. Men are 'convicted of various crime*-and to bum i if placed upon the griddle: but frequent I will say, parish did not adopt this no-fence the tax measure* now endlng-Tbl'tJ: !?;
b, ,. 1t go free. Verily this i i. a free country. teach wiser people rot to play.both end against the middle. law he would address a letter to the senator said congress had' long/ bed9L
The writer war taken to task for the publication of the article by an legislature, asking authority to sell recreant in its duty In failing to "
X'' % able attorney-who iniiited that such publication led the people of the north Mine Illae Locrimae I the 900-acre farm-site below the capitol bring about a reduction of the present -
t but law-breaker in the and its insertion This moral should be borne in mind grafter often feel intended as the model stock farmin excessive and exorbitant freight
to believe there were none state, ; some connection with the greater agri- and passenger rates ,and that it was <
would lessen the number of viiitor to the tale, and chiefly to Kissimmee. inclined to think none' are so clever; but. later on, with sudden jerk, cultural college. as little ax congress could do to discontinue '
the "True to form, Governor Parker at once the tax 01' transportation 1
during sealOn. now nearing.r they learn they'll have to go to work--or else be "barred" forever..
rc-- It might be-'added that more than two-score paper have republished asked George Gang, appointed by charges. This tax, Senator '+
Governor Parker a member of the Trammell" says, amounts to a burd4' <
world. Theodore Rosevelt being cauterized because of the overturning
upon o police jury, to return his commission.Mr. of $25,000,000 a month upon thTV" '
effect that the statement war true. Without doubt the attorney who"made'die ; Garig has been .very active in American people. Even if the repealof i<
' reprimand to The Gazette knows is it true-for be is a very successful his opposition to the no-fence law the tax does not take effect until
I-1? +'; criminal lawyer. It is always beat to look all matter straight in the face-- OF WHAT USE IS THE ASSOCIATION? advocated by the /governor. Mr. Ga January first, this will be a victory
and not attempt to smooth over thing which the general public condemn rig had not been confirmed by the for .Senator 'rammell!!, as It appears 's'
senate. The governor later seat the that he was! the first member of
a I No city or county or state .ever made a success, a permanent success WITH all due respect to those promoting the. scheme, and who have name of T. II. Daigre to the senate either house to introduce a bill and
by the issuance of false statements or the covering-up of unpleasant details. been promoting it, the question may be well asked: 'What has the Florida to replace Mr. Garig and the appointment begin the fight to have the'tax on ,<*.
,k The way to stop improper work is to make the proceedings plain to the Automobile Association ever accomplished?" There have been campaign was confirmed. fre'>(rht and passenger rates repeale *JT* *
' . .' L JN n
world. Theodore Roosevelt, upon being' cauterized because of the overturning' for membership in the past few year*-especially down the east coa.t-l.nd
r ,' of Wall Street, and the temporary upsetting of all financial proceedings, there have been memberships secured at various times; but immediately the
'" s'' aid: "I am to blame for the investigation of Wall Street-but I am not promotor left the locality there (followed a dearth. of interest-and the thing .
f to blame for what was found there." And the world taw the logic of the petered out until the next man came along.
remark-and since then that celebrated financial centre ha been better- In speaking of the Florida Automobile Association (the word "state"is Your Prescription

'r somewhat.. sillily superfluous) the Orlando Sentinel says: 1
>' Therefore The Gazette feel that its utterance regarding the way crimes It is a neutral statewide association, yet Orlando reaps a rich '
are settled and criminals are allowed their freedom was timely and-to the harvest on account of the City Beautiful being state headquarters.There _.____==-'=_ .::: __ :_ -:. h" .._ ._ ..
point Such assertions will not lessen the number of visitors Florida will is where the jolter comes in-there is so much of the "rich har
have., It may put them the better on their guard' : ; it may stimulate citizens vest"garnered in Orlando to the detriment of( the remainedr of the state Need, Accuracy and Purity
to take more active part in the actions of the court; it may incite a feeling 'that the whole 'plan of the. association appears to have resolved itself into ,
that Florida should be the better managed but the people will continue to -.-- --- ------- --'--- ---
1 a' ; political prostitution. All,sections of tV. state have this grievance: that i.. -- -
x flock to Florida because Florida hat something to offer which no ,other state Orlando always. used in the literature of the association as being the only THE CENTRAL DRUG STORE Make a specialty of devoting

k .possesses. tiworriment place in Florida worthy of being considered by the automobilist as "worth. '
especial care to the compounding of physicians'prescriptions... No
The of the kicker against the paragraph need cause no loss while.
of sleep believing that the article in question will harm Kistimmee. On the Naturally, Orlando being the state headquarter, good word should matter how much cars: your physicianmay devote to diagnosing 'a

e' other hand it will help the city and all the surrounding country. be said of the city; but those,who- have the matters of propaganda in hand 'c -no matter how much study he may -give the case-no matter

: have overdone the matter to such an extent that other counties and other how carefully( he' may write the prescription-rainiest there is equalcare
cities have become wearied. Associations in other state have been more
S given to preparing the 'medicine the desired effect will not be
I' general in their work; their' has been broader; they have catered to
h C SERIOUSLY peaking the Barnes of may state papers are conflictiax all sections of the state and scope have good things to- say of every community.And produced. To those hating care of the ill-to the relatives who are
4, + .-..d leave the reader. wkoDy igaorant aa to the place of publication. The all this i i. why the Florida Automobile' Association has not proven ever yearning to have health return(he difference of a few centsis

Gazette. I* f.rced to change the titles when quoting from them, in order to the success which was anticipated the projector of the concern. Takeit but a secondary matter. The Central Drug Store devotes more
is let tke world know where they originate. The title of "Florida Metropolis," of politic and city notice that partiality it to be '
out put every on no attention to Quality than to Price.-.believing the public.i. .in
more -
-Higyaad. County' New "Florida Chief Detoto New "Manatee
t shown and therewill be a strong organization which may accomplish much terested
: in that particular. Every prescription compound it
,River JoomaL" "Highland County Pilot and nomeroa other give BO Mgrettioa good. we
t s a* to their location. How mack Letter'w.ald be "Frostproof New" guaranteed to be precisely what the doctor called for Vnd our name

;' ; l' than the "Highland County. Newel"! Throagkont the entire United State' MERELY BY WAY OF AN EXPLANATION- I ..tands back of the guarantee. You should bring your next prescription
,!r b it the eastern to place tke name of the city in which the paper i it published -. : to us-: f-d thus MAKE SURE IT IS WHAT YOU NEED. .
;i ', along with tk. name of tke paper-and it it to be hoped that luck changes l' ... i
ELSEWHERE in this issue will be found most excellent article taken
4z will be mad a* rapidly apoible. I a
,I from the! Saint, Petersburg Times regarding: the decision of the county commissioners Central I tl
,, + r.' L SOUTH. FLORIDA EDITORS ARE! AGAINST IT *relating to' the refusal' to tend out copies' of The Kitsimmee Val- Drug $tpietl
ley Gazette. It should be stated however; in these columns that, a strong
: ONE of the thing learned at the ,gathering of the South Florida Press urgement was made by the chairman of the board to have the propositionof DAY 41 PHONES NIGHT 21
s Association- addition to the fact that Lakeland i i. a mighty fine progressive The Gazette accepted-that proposition beingthat in place of the thousand : :
city-wa* the inside plans of the scheme fathered in Tampa and pledged copies as. last year agreed upon only six hundred copies be mailed v
t. ''A; to extend its tentacle into this entire district founded and foisted by some E. L. D. Overstreet, the present chairman, called the attention of the boardto
.of the wholesale ,grocer of Tampa. the agreement made last year. Following the dissertation of Pat Johnston -
d The 'editon visiting the session of the association listened to an expose attorney for the board given not as an official but as a private individual .
; of the purported plaits of the proposed combination of the wholesale grocers no discussion bf the subject matter was made by the board. It
;", .. of Tampa. The detail were told by one well-known in all business circles 'was not the province of the chairman to take the initiative. He had requested OSCEOLA[ 1 1w
'I' v in Lakeland-and matter were explained so fully that each editor left the that someone make such motion as would carry out the agreementof HARDWARE COM'Y

? .' ti meeting firmly determined to make public the plans and do. his best through the board one year ago.
.the column of hit paper to defeat the entire scheme; or, at any rate, dos 'J What the general public is wondering about is this: is the old ringrulestill
}' the.---best. he could to protect his own home wholesale grocer. doing business at the same old stand? Is it possible that the opinionof
.-: IL.teems" _that Seven..wholesale grocer in Tampa have formulated a one man at the present time-no matter how important that individualmay
'scheme' by which 'the'wholesale houses throughout Southern' Florida may be have had in the past-is to dominate throughout all time? Are (four
'wiped'out--after '''whith the entire trade would ,be handled by the syndicateat commissioner to be influenced in any way because of the insinuation that
the:!"prices ''which the syndicate thought the traffic would bear." The they, at a body, must censor all the reading matter of The Gazette, even to
f" told at the start merely seems to be that the wholesale grocers ol( the classified advertisements? That's what is causing smiles_to ripple over
l' 'Tamps.'stand ready' to supply'the grocer in all the various towns and cities the faces of questioning countenance' throughout the county. Still Osce-
from a series of warehouse located in >ariouportion* of South Florida. ola county i i. securing considerable publicity because .of the reticence of the
'.' But underlying the entire scheme there appear to be a plan to wipeput board and the volubility of one' private individual
the wholesale grocer,in:the cities of South Florida. If this Tampa aggregation -
i 'can 'succeed securing the wholesale houses already established WHY ARE SUCH CONDITIONS TOLERATED -
4 ; :there it-no doubt it will do 101; if it'cannot.doNthat it will establish upooTits :

? .9- own initi la live.duplicates-and attempt to freeze out the local house by, 'of- FOR year Saint Lucie county ha been dominated alpng'lrie lines offishing r
a ferinV' good at lower price, and making, practically. quick deliveries. by one man. Sometimes his presence has been, felt in Palm Beach r *
*; t'.; -Thali it a regular Standard Oil trick. '{hat ,company will sell oil and gasoline county-in the vicinity of Stuart. Sheriffs of both counties in the years ,
;. in a"certain community at a losing rate until l the smaller company is past have been afraid of him merely for political reasons. Officials of
compelled to close down or dispose of its holding at any price the greater both counties have teen this man and his followers transgress the law day
corporationmay agree to pay. after day and night after night--and still remained as active as a deaf blind
we Then the price go up-- -up; and the people pay: mute so far at malting"any arrest was concerned Occasionally, in orderto
s', ..' It'stands every wholesale grocery in South Florida to enter an alliance make a showing, some poor dupe of the head push would be arrestedandthe .r
t ....:-to to-operate.if that word is better-againtt the innovation and establishment light fine was always paid by the "boss-man" it was paid at all. Officials (- ,
4 w' which is being proposed by the seven Tampa firms; the tort of Seven of neither county can successfully( deny these statements. Present
.: Wonderland Sitter' Once that aggregation shall obtain a foothold in any officers of Saint Lucie county are making a showing of doing their duty; PEOPLE WILL EATand
,city, it will- mean ultimately a steady increase in the cost'of living--and the Whether it is the real thing or merely a bit of clever camouflage remains
lulling of the own home enterprise. There can be no half-way course. to be seen. The matter rests largely in-the hands of the News-Tribune of there it no better way to prepare (food 7 than in a

;766 r+ Every. grocer, every retail grocer should avoid the snare of the propagandist Fort Pierce, as to whether there is to be continued control of the one-man Toledo Fireless Cook Stove.A .
., '+ who may cleverly. endeavor to tie up the various institutions which have power who haT always been instrumental in getting everything "quashed" housekeeper has :
been established: otherwise there will be a considerable lots of capital anda r or if the revulsion shall be strong enough to thrust from the big-boss the'' only to heat the tones andput f
a [ total annihilation of business progress. power of which he has long boasted.It the makings of a good dinner ,into the Cooker and then :

: ? has been altogether too' common a custom in many counties in Flor- is forget about it until meal time and ,he can be perfectly ,
KISSIMMEE AS ONE.LARGE BIRD'SANC1VARY' ida to allow one or two,men-merely because they were suave and "good sure that her dinner will be ready on time and done'' in

a _. r '''fellows"-to rule and ruin. Osceola county is getting odt of that list- the best possible manner.. We sell the Toledo Cooker.
'." THROUGHOUT this state Kissimmee it receiving a considerable amount and publicity is the only real remedy for such conditions and such grafters. ,., .
t yf*: , of good'publicitr because through the work of the women of Jhe city measures The people will watch Saint Lucie county to see if there shall be a change. Remember the .' .,'!
% have been enacted to"make' the entire area within the corporate! limits m we are i

&: territory where thebirda.aad: 'squirrels shall .be free from attack in any ." WOULD. .HAVE SOMETHING. FOR NOTHING Winchester 'i
.' '1I.DDr by::child. or'adult;r anT'area where! bright-eyed: squirrels and the .' 'Store .

bird* who ting and tw respin tecUrity, And a* dayt and weeks PRINTERS have been the put a mighty fair-minded bunch of work and have on sale a tock of their superb Gun, Ammuni- "
' ,.., ;;and month., and;years-pass: creature will extend the news to their de- men. They took an interest in their work. They labored for the Interest ion, Cutlery and forth.
yti 'acendent. that fear of molestation or attack'of, : any,sort ha been; ,reduced to of their employer*-tke men who had to meet the payrolL They have been so
,l 'zero-and because 'Of that fact hejwil1'iacrase;; on numbers, working forty-elghthours: a week-:-that being the time mutually agreed' upon .
'+ I Score of-paper throughout the date have reproduced the article which between the employer and, the employe. Suddenly up bob a walking delegate VISITORS, ARE ALWAYS WELCOME
,- # appeared'in The Gazette'announcing the'.action of ,the city.:officials and the .-otherwise known a* a ati-roand trouble-maker," and !desire to t ;t!
a'u ,Con..quent'condition.* which,ire bound to'follow.y. These Win, be;;published cut down. the boors' of :work-BUT Bot'tJa. proportional wage. Had this
b tti t !in' other,paper* to the"northward:-:-but there will 'probably. lesseningoftha'titsmber been, agreed npon,: the .workmen night kav Lad 'a thirty-two hoar week, or Hardware r'
: of tourists; i indeed, It i* believed. that the steps takea'to pro- any umber of koor. Bat it-was suggested that they teal front the employer sceo Store f

.', itect'birdlife'' : will'incentivarathet';: : Ujan ;a:;"deterrent.(in ,this !line of-, four konr each week.; Tke naieav i* (losing .ont-oecan.*.Jt doecn't. .;.kave..thepube".sympatbf' *.
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*& OJEEkJ diseases try Reid's Ba\hs. 40-tfc was contributed last Saturday to, DISSENTING JURYMENIn "TRUST" Of THE NURSESDr. HAS
ITEMS ) Congressman W. J. Sears, of Kisalmmee sorpe patron of the People's 5c and, .. .
fr ,- addressed the--Chamber of., Store.was received_by "Mrs!.. Maggie - the case before;; the circuit court Charles H.'' M.yo.of' the' famous'MayorClmic. Mrs. + labaJdL AlfardLafter tit. .
t Commerce at Orlando on Tuesday Johnson e I early 'the"week-was'that of'The '. .-at Rochester, Minnesota ting up the Bonnie Belle -it7S1ioP ? y,
'. ) A-1 dry wood at Kissimmee Wood- the regular weekly >' Mr. and Mrs. D. S. England, 'of. State versus\ Joe Tracy on the chargeof says "the nursing union ha ata large, expense,' found th/re was'
/. yard. Phon.,.:?$ Bad debts'collected or no'pay. Re- Wood.ard, Michigan, 'and Mr. and. forgery. This was the case whereIn come, to be the most "autocratic.. closed too i small a patronage i the
. .. Mrs.: G.- H. of Chicago, Katz Brothers were:interested in shop in the country. institution
i,!. .... Mrs. FT: A. Bonders, left on Wednesday lulti guaranteed district Enlfl.ndI' continuation-of the in
arrived after check to be drawn H. In an authorized Interview' in the
' .. for' a two-weeks visit to her manager. 16-tfc have l11TI1ee an supposed by- Kissimmee, and last Monday renter
extended trip by automobile they C. Avant. The case wa hard fought. Pictorial Review for October, in ed to her location' in
i F. E. Souders of Waycross.IT
son, Dr. It la what is, deemed '.
which he'
calls for
having 'left the' Michigan >ty on When the jury .returned a verdict of \100,000 l, subnurses where her, fine equipment and her 'eG,
excellent that John L. Bea-
Buffering from rheumatism try authority Thursday, September 15. Other a mistrial Judge Andrews called the to-relieve the, acute shortage artistic ability ,will be the better
,.r Neld'. Baths. 40-tfc man. of 208 Lake street east, (was members of the family are expectedto members before him and' administered Dr. Mayo charges! that the",leaders preciated.: Mrs., Alford left many ape
Mr*. S. A. Prevatt, of 509 Mab- married'-yesterday: morning. to MisaJessieEly. soon arrive. D S. England will a severe rebuke.-- laying special of organized nursing "having carried warm friends in Kissimmee-who can
i bette atreet, is, entertaining for several be remembered as spending last win- stress on'the fact that those who has their methods too far and with attest to her,excellence In' the line'
weeks Mrs.; G. 'Sherouse and -Quality silk hose, black, white, or ter here in. company of his brother refunad to join in a verdict had been too high -hand and in. doing this I of work she hb" taken tp -bnt Tam..
...,... .little daughter, Jocelyn ;bf Palatka: brown-regular ,..60 good -for 98c .both .of whom became propertyowners. ]- untruWto their sworn duties. Judge have defeated their own purpose, for pa< offered so many advantage: with
.' ...t1 Tanlac now has the largest sale of at the People's 6c and 10c() Store. Andre -al'O-lItated that If-he knew they have"lost-sight- Jthe,rbl Impulse -. each-an-increased patronage:that she'

., any-medicine in the world. ,-There ,is Mr. and 1.ra. C. T. Moore, of Canton Wanted: To exchange one slightly those' jurymen who had dissented of their'profesiion alleviation deemed It best to make the-ehan ..
y a 1'ee.son.--Jentr l Drug.,Store. Illinois, have arrived in Kissim- r Used Ford touring tear body for from a verdict' of guilty he would of the *..pain of the world '
Mrs. Wayne E. Allen, 'of: 'Vine tnee and propose lor make this city one less used Ford roadster body: forever bar them' from serving upon Ministration to the sick" and dyingcan' 7"NOTi; tff.llRE-: TOOTHLESS Y'sThe..KissimmeejGasettl'thinks'the
street is viftfting relatives in their future home. At present they I. P. Timmons. 44-tfc.I allY jury in his court. npt betberthd ,by.Hard-and-fast. k
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are quaking their headquarUirs the There were many in the court- laws. They* are the divine right of f
Poti mo th bring Ohio nd mother-in-law> horn of Mrs Modie, corner of Ad- T.n1ac11ade me feel younfer. room hearing this reprimand who the poor as well as the rich. bad check, law 1* a clever
turn wilj her ( "It put me back on the payroll: "I '"A farce because it
Kiuim- erheld and Oak streets. heartily approved the scorching prohibitive'price cannot be leave it tip, to the
who: will'Spend the winter.. in.; can eat whatever I want now. "I words 0('"the c"6urt": -- ."-Ihargr"'to! put..upoa -them. And that is what' victim to tart prosecution. "There
Tanlac has mad'life worth "
. 'w roee;* livingfor no longer suffer from indigestion. the jury had been plain-so spectators the nurses 'are' dolng'- Too ''great a 'Is' something' in' that point, yet, all
,'Wanl d> Copying stenographic millions of people'who had almost -1"1 gained weight rapi lg." These and have .erted.and there seems commercialization ''of. th.Iiservices: the same,..the ,..law1a bad thing "
'work. Jessie D. Kleinman. Phone given vp hope, tt will do the* ( many more expressions are now. to have been no reason, when all evidence Is making proper care of the sick I to monkey with" provided it i* ;
263; State Bank, building. 42-tf same for you. Central Drug; Store 'heard daily as people tell of their' had been weighed, why there impossible for those in moderate. promptly invoked.. The average, businessman -,

D. R. Stroup who is busy carpentering H. W. McVay has arrived in KisBimmee ]' experience with Tanlae.' Central should have been considered any, extenuating circumstance In addition, their I is interested only to theex,
E' in Daytona, was with his fatally to spend) his second season 'Drug Store. ( circumstances. No county demands as to hours and regulations tent of having some' reasonable assurance '
in Kissbnmeet during Sunday- having: greatly enjoyed the last | I wish to rent several furnished cat be better' than the jurieswhich cannot be met in hospitals. The nurses that the check/ be accepts t'
bringing, with him N. F, Tracey, whois 6n.. He comes from Marysville, rooms on a lower floor convenient to function in their various capacities have even resorted ,to their high, is good., If he.knows,' and the person.
a prominent contractor in that city. Ohio and brought with him Willi. bath and toilet. Can fret along with -T-3 .nd this fact ''Waa .made. plain by standards ofservice.. drawing it knows, that 'default of '
a The two returned Sunday evening Tway, from the same town-and the two bedrooms and living room that Judge Andrews, who has the fearlessness '"Seven dollars a day for an eight payment may mean a jail sentence
"';ooC'JiI' to their duties in the east coast two are making their home at Ute ; may be. used for kitchen and dining -to give expressions. to his your day is more that 'exorbitant; IC tends to, establish'confidence. on
Oaceola house. j{ room. The rent must be within I brfiefs.i it prohibitive.\ It means that I in one side:and a wholeeeme, fear 'ofconsequences
city.City Notice Licenses i reach. of a worklngman. I want case of dangerous disease where'con on the other. A '
Tax Books are now jpen..J : Pay your City inan AAt
_. Five will be allowed for payments and avoid penalties. All licenses due 'quick response. Address. : "Hurry, j CAUSTIC WRITER REFERS stant skillful care and watchingare ha* .to be. pretty reckless ,to> place ,1
percent October L J. It. Gilbert Tax ,care of The, Gazette, or .phone 11, i to the life of the himself at: the ''
-made In November. J. R. GIIJ' City cit '. -- -- --- -- t.. TO KISSIMMEE GAZETTE necessary- save patients -j mercy,another by
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City Tax Collector. Collector. ) ; three nureee must be employed glving'hini'a'b cJ check-.
bert I gold-lettered A-B-C at a daily cost of $21. How I ask '. 'It- must 'be ,
E. of Miss Estelle Bozeman nutrition I in Osceola ; recalled too; that we'
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Mr. and plates at 15c also childrencereal a newspaper
; can a man and of already have laws ;,
i woman a
ar'rfvedr ; { with" average covering forgery
specialist at Tallahassee
Huntingdon, West Virginia headquarters I sets at :file, at the People's 5c and county printed something which the 1 means afford to such charges T I and the uttering of forgedinstru
Wednesday and spent Monday and Tuesdayof commissioners It' ,
in Kissimmee on lOc Store.VERDICT'. county thought *
They can not do it. Neither the ments. We have
this week In Kissimmee and Osce- I can .1.0. statutes'against
. have leased the Buckmaster house at I ought not have printed the officials '
603 Enrxmett street-which they are ola county in company with the home OF GUILTY '!took away from that paper a little their hospitals, If"they. wish to keep open the/robtaining of money o*'
d'now demonstration agent, Miss- Albiha I business which had been doors. Iii good under false pretence! and ,the ; .
occupying. public given "
Smith. The two were looking after All the training in the world pretence of having money' Ice the
City Tax Books are new open. matters pertaining to the work be- AGAINST BOTH MENIn tea H in the past. As a matter of will not make 'a good nurse of a girl I|I bank has always been sufficient to
Five will be allowed for pure. politics, perhaps, the commissioners who is
percent payments ing carried on by Miss Bozeman. always thinking about herself sustain a prosecution underthat: act.
made in November: J.. K. Gilbert the circuit court; this week carne i were right, but politics in and 'whose heart does not go out toward The present law simply makes It' 'd
I City Tax Collector. Notice: Pay jiour City Licenses, on to be heard the case f not always right. In fact, in most
# humanity In-a desire penal .to draw anti >xUliw a check
____ u_ and avoid Denalues.. All licenses due Monts'coda and Joe Tracy, again ''cases' It' i. note .1 I to ease that pain by self-sacrificing without having, the 'mean /'of meet 1.
... October L' J. R. Gilbert, City Tax In this the commissioners had
case "
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.. whom grand jury had found a service. leg It;;and It 'makes the taternent.,
Collector, true bill for highway robbery. There been subscribing for a certain number of'the' bank; endorsed on the check
P. G. White .who has been .cone was needed a special vegirel..which of papers which were sent to GLASS SAND SPECIMENS 'I prima .facie evidence",of guilt 'to the
CLEARANCE >ducting a soft-drink stand at. 18 was promptly executed; the men prospective settlers in other states ,NOW BEING REQUESTED drawer.' -'n' rM --" ,
Broadway, has vacated that place, I were sworn in and took their placesin The idea was to-advertise the county ,- - I It- might-be stronger.- ''if'', the-
and E.'L' Fennel immediately lea.d .- the box.: Each of the defendants iby means of thetpapers; and the cost! .Jacksonville,, October, IS.-; -Specs- people of,the{state will I use a'' little
: the place for his barbershop which had expreHsed the belief that an acquittal paid from a publicity fund rais- mens of' .and' are being'requested'' Yigor .lit JPOtect1rwthem.elye.. they
has been located next door.' Mr. would follow the trial; but J led I by taxation.Ther this week by .the Tidewater Glass I will And this' law 'a' If 'eat' help. ,
Fennell will install' bath. of various the charge to the jury was plain- commissioners' held that news Manufacturing! 'Company from every I Lakeland Telegram.. f
sorts In his new quarters, and 'will and the men had no fear in carrying -of'a bank-. failure should npt have community in'' Florida to assist in I' 0oJ f-
considerably improve the'appearance. out their opinions. Within' a brieftime I been printed. They declared that the preparation of a complete glass BEBE DANIELS COMES; *

.SAL.E For{ Renfr-Nicely furnished flat from their retirement to thejuryroo'mao11e such news world not Induce persons and. map of the state. The company I' IN SPLENDID" SffOWlMO
!Iln'othpr states to1 come to their coun is now to the
with fireplace; three rooms and bath. estimating the time preparing begin :
W. B. .Harris-Gazette of fie*. 44-tf I as not. more than fifteen minutes-]];ty. In other Words, the commissioners erection of its plant here and,though I Well-known :film 'playersl? vi01 be
''',Mr. and )Irs. Howard Anderson the jury returned and rendered ,a were afraid'of the truth." If the the visible supply of, silicabearingsand seen in support of'Bebe Daniel,t the.
verdict of guilty in both instancesthe -< I newspaper had not printed the news in this aection' Inex- Realart star; in "One Wild, Week,'
-.. ,'WI-. ire entertaining Gary Brown, who two having been tried together. ofthe bank failure, It would not have haustable. i I. considered necessary which show at, ,.tbe Casino next'
from Great Bend .
Kansas ..
came .
4, been fair' with itsreaders whether to -
sand "
There was a general expression of secure data from every part Monday -
with the remains 'of his wife sister I
of Mrs. Anderson wfio a also satisfaction, it is stated, among 'the they .were those ''Who'paid fpr the*paper of Florida. Themayors and com I an orphan-who' has .been so .
ONMfN'S In death law-abiding audience In the courtroom or those to whom it was sent mercial organization. of all- Florida cowed by her stern maiden aunt that
Kansas at the time of the
,jf her sister who died from the effects because of the verdict; and i with the compliments of the county cities have been asked to cooperatewith she breaks, loose and* eks adven-.
of received in auto- many comments regarding the eat- commissioners, acting as agents) of the company in the- preparationof tpre as soon ,a. she attains her ma- ,fl '
y LOW SHOB[ injuries an isfaction the (the taxpapers. this and jority Miss
over outcome were ,| map survey. < Daniels has anothar'.ple'Jid r
mobile disaster in which Mrs. An-
derson's mother almost instant- i made at that time and since that And right there is the point. Already more orders for glass ;; "good-lIttle-bad-girl"._ 'role' ti
killed. was time. 1 1 Newspaper readers have" right to products have been booked by this Innocently getting herself into all.. .
demand all of the news, 'whether it than be filled the sorts of
4 Shoe company can by .unusual scrapes and extricating ' z
t. All High Clas\ at City Tax. Books_ are now open. SEVERAL.TRUE BILLS be favorable to the community or first units of the plant. A site on herself with great cleverness.,,
k Five percent will be allowed for payments FOUND BY GRAND JURY !unfavorable to the community in the Saint Johns, river has been pur:
Less Than made in November. J. R. Gil- .. which the newspaper is published. chased for the plant and contractsfor Freight tram "''Is more f

F"" t bert, City Tax: Collector. Among the true bills returned by I Both good news and bad news shouldbe construction will be awarded at costly than th.t'of passenger trains"
The special alumnhrm sale of the grand jury at the present term given and the reader should make an' early date, according to B. R.
1-2 Price Lyles V.' Story last Saturday provedto of the' circuit court and already on his own decisions as a result ojf reading Kessler, secretary of the company. .. }
be a most successful affair-and record are the following what the newspaper prints.A a-1
l i the management reports that ,the' The State versus ,Joe Tracy; forgery I few months ago' a movementwas KEEP THE GARDEN CLEAN .
1 business-was most gratifying |every and, uttering forged note. started to have Florida papers BURN ALL COMPOST REFUSE LUMBER- J -1
detail. Notonlywaa- there the The State versus James R. Bron- refuse! to print anything which mightbe t .-
$15 Douglas Shoes get, at7.00 disposal of large quantities of the son; assault with intention to commit construed as damaging to the When garden crops are harvested
iii. .. aluminum goods, but all departments murder in the first degree. state. This movement' failed; because the vines, stalks, and other plant remains
;, $14 Douglas .Shoei go at_..$6-95 of the store reports good pat- The State versus R. M. Monts'co- there are too many lonlr-head- should be cleaned ,up, the FOR EVERY:
ronage. .' da; passing worthless check. ed newspapermen in the state. These United State. Department of Agriculture -
", $12 Douglas Shoes go at5.95 Notice Pay your City Licenses, The State versus Charles Carpenter newspapermen realized that papersare ,points out._Good, gardeners Bui J.i PurposeWe
"'I tA $11 Douglas Shoe at__.$5.45 and avoid' penalties. All licenses due ; murder in first degree. printed for their readers and not I who take pride In the appearance of It.
go October 1. J. R. Gilbert, City Tax The State versus Joe Tracy; forgery j for their news sources. There Is a their gardens remove such trash, as, have the stock and'the grade at '
$10 Douglas Shoes go at___$4.95 Collector. and uttering a forged instrument contract between the newspaper pub- 11 allowed to remain, it harbors insects -
,: Jill Usher, in fact and in principle when-. and diseases liable to.attack tie/ right,price. We wilt 'ch rtoJlTo
Florsheim Low Shoes go ...$U5 Mention was made last week of 400 the The State versus Joe Tracy; for ever a reader pays his subscription next year's crops. Plant remains furnish estimates.: V*
purchase of a fine property at and instru fee. The to from vegetable .should not be
gery uttering a forged newspaper agrees furnish crops
21yde-from Mrs.avenue"Mrs by Leonard Williams Gilbert. ment. the reader everything that happens composted for use on the same crops WOODWARD [lilMBffl[is: COIHPW ::1I l
Nancy The State versus Joe Tracy; for in territory, impartially and next year, but may be'burned and .
There was a slight error in that pare gery and uttering: a forged instrument without fear or favor except wherein the ashes left on -the soil'or' used on .
All shoes" will be reduced to IUd.f' tion of the .ertion-the property the bounds of decency. and the libel other land devoted to different crops. I I -
,r In question being the holding of Mrs. The State versus Robert Mont \:oda I laws prohibit. Where a sufficient area is available M. V. BOYER L. D. ROBERTBBoyer

astonishingly! low prices that everyone Nancy Whaley. Aside from this er- and Joe Tracy; robbery. Any agency, whether it be; individual so that part cane be devoted to .
f' ror the Item was in every way cor The' State versus James Wright or official which attempts to soil improving crops each year these

i. and will rect.Wanted also called John Wright; assault influence a newspaper in publishing should be put in '..i"'th., vegetable : & Roberts *
; s will be attracted : To exchange one slight- with intention to commit murder ,ln legitimate news, Is an agency working cropsare harvested. Crimson clover: 4
I this sale Iy used Ford touring car body for the first 'degree.The against the truth and the news il an excellent soil 'Improver-. cannot .
.. buy Stop in and one leas used Ford roadster body. State versus Ferris Richards paper which heeds this ill-given ad- oe grown in all sections. winter js

i'{. I. P. Timmons. 44-tfc and..Burrell Yates; larceny cf a'calf. vice breaks' its contract with its oats, barley, rye, yetch, and combinations We .. .,
look at the goods, and make: your Word has been received that Cecil The State versus William J. Anderson readers.--Saint Petersburg Times. I of these are good. WheWthe have want more listings i 0. ;;' 'as wee
t.f M Barbeau, son of Mr. and Mrs, Mal- i ; desertion of wife. same area if used for the'garden prospect.for' Home, 'Farm "
J" colm L. Barbeau, who own the fine The State versus General James; ELEGANT EGGPLANT year after year a fall application of Rooming-houses, and Hotels.! 1'' *

I irf'/ selections.MiMB 3arbeau property close to Kissimmee desertion of wife. .. GROWN BY CROWDER manure Is very desirable. 'If manurecan Prompt attention, courteous':treatment -' ,
died at his residence at Silver not be secured, it may pay to and "Live and Let Live" prices; .
Creek New York, Saturday, October HEAVY TOURIST TRAVEL Merely to show what\( can be produced sow the garden to one of the soil- "
1-hia death resulting from a severe NOW APPEARS CERTAIN in Osceola county Moses J, Improving crops. In many sectionsthere BOYER .ft ROBERTS ,., $: -"
gassing on the Ypres-Les front. For' Jackao'nvIlle : Crowder, of Johnston Park, hai this is time' between late fall and -
"Sal Starts his war record he was awarded to October 13.-Winter week presented some of the finest early spring vegetables for a good 118 Broadway KISSIUMEE, :-=
,A two medals arid the United States schedule plan. soon to be announcedby eggplant ever grown in any section growth of these crops. .. j> \

/ Certificate of Ho or. Florida all, will railroads provide unusually entering excellent i into-r of The. state These to were the office merely of The samplesof 'Gatette. DEATH OF FORMER VISITOR .. ..... ..O..O...... .. .. t.: .:'

City Tax Books are now open. accommodation for tourists .)
what he had turned over to the '..
SATURDAY OCT'R 15 Five percent-,will be allowed for payments .to Miss Edith ; ness resided
; made In November J.. R., Gil-* men winter, and according local divisions transportation and: district management for of shipment the co-operative- but being association at Saint"Cloud M. some', years'who ago', ., .YoweH s . I

a bert, City Tax Collector offices announce .reports from the 16., which site sells less readily than and who was a frequent visitor at ,
\ L.;: M. Keiser and Herbert A. Smith, north, and middle-west of heavy preseason I eggplant of' smaller site, Mr.:; Growler the home of Mr. and Mrs.' C. L.. Ban- i 'Dray & -
.. both from Akron, Ohio, are in Kis- reservations ,.for practically I decided not to 'ship the largest dy, In Kissimmee, died at her homein ; BaggageTransfer :

! ) some business in order to. remain pe : LocaL hotel keepers, .n checking appears to be the best that has Monday,' October 10, at 'the age"' of ,, : :
manent,citizens of this county., They this season's reservation, say theist ret been produced in1 this county twentythreefrom' 'complications \'I "ti ;)
had enter the garage bcs- < la-about, BO pel'C8Dt..larger than ind the careful grading will'do much brought about-by a severe attack.ofthe s-i
ness--*ut found a'plentitude of such at. the lam time last year.;Chamberof. few For the "
towards drawing :"repeat >shipments"from thye. year family ::000.Phono. : .
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r '' i .nterprises"although there la, one Commerce'and Real; Estate Board the dealers<.so ,fortunate'as. to hat travelled in hope that she would i .y i (
r* garage"vacant and another ;one' .of noniriesr also show alf increase-'-in handle ,.them recover health. Miss J nvess,will te 2ii "
which they., ean purchase the lease. dieating' that this 'year's travel will : remembered bymany In-thi.* city asa .

Precisely what they. wfll do they hav 1M considerably ;'larger', than .that of The Classified' Columns .of.- ,The I girl 'charming: .personality- ." , . A
.. _I<;. '. t'deded,', t'< # 1,jut-:v'inkr.' Gazette glv J. >l mdldc service.., I drawing-to her: bost of friends._ .

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"The "Banana Truck" will make trips each Sunday, "I;

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a L- U. H U \ Tuesday!.. and Thursday. Will haul freight or passengers I :t.'f
kr \ to Tampa, or any point' along route at" very rea- r t
'M9F About Basketball
j sonable those ,day For'' particulars see
: ," prices on 8. 'IIu. \.
Say !Kisniinine;;ites, have you been FORUM E. SPEARS ; ;1
., I noticing the past two years what THE KISSIMMEE "
1108 M. bett. Street
.. dandy basketball teams the O. H. S. "
.' ha. been ? If have .
THE UNIVERSAL CAR developing you ++MOuo'Oooo..OOOOo-MOoo..tOou..n..o.o..o. oo..Oto '' .
been asleep all this time. the teams ---- "

I II I ,. certainly .will wake you up with tho Here' A Suggestion ,... '; '.
I .o games they 'play] this season Tho I 00. 00'.000 00 uooooo.oo..oou'OUOto.o.ueoo.o .;,1 t
court is" being, enlarged, thank to Editor of The Gazette! !
the efforts 6f the boys, and it the! Being called 'suddenly on businessto Hour: 9 a. m. to |12 Noon. Hour: 7 p. I'Ito 9 p. m. # II' y J
1 teams can only receive the steady Denver my sixth visit 40 Kissimmee r.
support of the city people; they will must be in the'nature of "Hail -;
Sedan$660 surely'win the state championship. -and farewell." On the eve of departure
' ,. I F.O. 8.Drlr.dU. Isn't' that something Kissimmee 'I cannot refrain from a wordof Kissimmee Business College.
Wthtare.. w/a may well be proud off You know suggestion-begging that you will
1t last year we had two of the best not consider it an impertinence from .f.I1 ';1
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I Ia teams in the state, so isn't it rea- one hoping to become a permanency .
;; sonable that with your help they here. MERCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK BUILDING i''

; rt'' : ::: _ could be the best barring none? That Kissimmee has"slowed down"is i
Come out to the games! Fill up the more perceptible now than at any Kijuimmee, Florida .
side lines! and root for your tA.amll!! one 'of my I previous, visit Why? .
You'll be proud of them when th season's over, and glad you gave a from the Pacific coast 'to;the Atlan ---- ----- ----------- HILTON.- 0II-.l.:
helping boost towards, success. The 1 tic, is that some cities come under JAMES D. MacGLASHAN. Principal. MRS. C. E. If I
bit... him_Kopn div.ided-iflto-di1l'i.'t .: t "
A and ,
-- Commercial Branch Stenography Typewriting <
amtratlppof'haWb .
the champion leam"of eacK district "pro.
:r.A > goes "to Gainesville at the end of the gressives. Ignorant of the first I
season and enters the tournamentfor principles of solid growth, they f
state championship. Why can't hatch impractical schemes-which! Evening Classes Start Monday, October 3, running.. on v
i 1 ; --- O. II. S. be represented there, and, progress nowhere but into a morass'of \
as we hope, come home with the cup TIt debt. Upon careful investigationI Monday Wednesday, and Friday
depends on you, Kissimmeeites! find that Kissimmee has not entirely -
rfc O. H. S. will furnish the players if escaped this pit-fall.

you will attend the games and in 'There are 'fundamental laws governing -- ,. -- .. ---- -- -.. --.-
this fill the treasury. Other- the solid which
way growth can-
,. wise the teams c nnot make their not be ignored with impunity. Your Everybody Me I* Anybody Advertises Their -Want is Tbe Valley GazetteThis
" Y1 trips to other towns. So do ycmr state has some such laws--one of .
duty, folks; stand behind the boys which l is that "no city property shall
' and girls and O. H. 8. will have the have a higher tax valuation than the .
CompleteSatisfaction basketball championship for 1922. state valuation thereof." Farthermore .
) that "no city shall bond itself more H l tf'plbri < 4
The Lunchroom than fifepercent of its tax valua- ilA ,
j tion." These safeguards your so-
The lunchroom is being successfully -
I called "threw to the
* 1 i Ledbetter conducted, assisted this year by by Miss Mrs.Nellie F. S.I winds:Progressiveness and had special laws enact-
ed for Kissimmee the-lid off
1 Best. Large crowds patronize it ev- ]
n1 + bonding and taxing. They said,
Fry day and the dinners are well- :
? I Complete automobile satisfaction is the cooked and served. This lunchroom i "On practically with the: bonds!

II result of buying wisely and 'economically has walks saved at noon.many. of Then us from 4a-the long--winter hot Let debt be ]unconfined! .

w; I rather than the desire and means time hot dinners are so much more To When chase we th'progressives elusive schemes meet ,
to buy extravagantly. palatable than are cold dinners. With flying feet!"
j ;, This la the third year the Mothers- 'f
k Since that epoch in our city's history -
Teachers Club has the
j .M b y. j Figure out your every automobile requirement lunchroom for the school conducted children taxes have mounted by leaps j
and bounds-until now there is no net
and will find it in a Ford and it is becoming more popular as .
jI yon income from rental pr the mothers are beginning to realize ,
I of distinction and your needs for houses is very urgent.
Sedan-a family car what a wonderful time-saver it real
No houses are for rent. WI .
of comfort and ly i is. is' the start of )'
. t beauty-a car convenience Now here is the suggestion that.
I of and Playing QOM Caste started to make. Get a city manager -
t -- a car dependability --- 'from the National City Managers I a better dayThere's .

?v I aervic*- car that win give you complete The basketball courts of the O. H. Association-and he, being a stranger -
S. have been a scene of'arUnty and would be free- from local entangling "
: satisfaction. gayety for the last two Friday afternoons alliances. Then get the expenses satisfying comfort and cheer in s ,
r 1 when Evens and Odds down, and henceforth conform to breakfast cup of Postum, and there's no disturbing '
=' You should place your order now if played the first basketball games of your state laws in rebonding and element to irritate nerves or digestion and 'f4 ':',

wish to avoid delay in delivery. the season. The first game resultedin taxing.: Have your ruinous "speciallaws" leave mental energy lagging before the day is .tB'' .l
you '
a victory for the Odds the score repealed.. When you put your done J
i being 12 to 15; while, the'.last': one fingers on' them. you. cover the entire
was a victory for the Evens, the cause of the city's lagging. : Thousands' of former cof&eus,, have found It'that .
l! 1. P. TIMMONS score being. 11 to 14. Each liMe won Wrbh ;wise management /there/ (s Postum meets every demand for a delicious I',
t by three 'points. This shows that both absolutely no reason .why, by the table beverage and brings steadier. nerves,clearer
AxthsrisW Deakr -; Kisnawftee,' Florida the Evens and the Odds have a good, time of my next visit, I should not mind-better health.
strong te m. Both games '_n well find Kissimmee humming I foundit '
r 4 pk, played and well attended. The spirit on the occasion! of my first visit- As many cups at you like with any meal- -
y of the pupils of the O. H. S. is fine; and (is 'warranted by the many advan- no afterregrets.Postnm I (\
,, or ; they are enthusiastic over anythingthat tages of this pretty city by the lake.E. 1. 'If..
( comes 10. forms Instant Ponatn((1m tins) "
is of interest to their school. A. HEYWOOD. 0\
road instantly In the cap by tto addition of boiling water.
hare the school
true .
They spirit. Possum Gael (In packagM of Urr talk, for tboM whopnfer
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r impurities to make the drink wIlDe the meal Is being.prepared)
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. A Changing World the system and be made internally ma by boiling for 20 ll Da__ .
clean and healthy, you need the fine
"We' are living in a charming tonic and laxative properties of Her- I?! !
world. I never-t OUght I could ever bine. It acts quickly and thoroughly. "There's a Reason" for Post m ,
4 be cured of my stomach, trouble.I Price,' 60c. Sold by J. Z. Rob-.. .' "
YALE[ 'JI'RES Medical science seemed unable to erson. Sold by all. grocers :: ,,,',,I :./ '

., progressing help me.Remedy' But and thank has JW"Mayr'a.;"delivered God we Wonderful are me men academy The to! its has recently-formed sacred decided councils to ,; admit Belgian' wo- "j", ,', :,\.{ " ; akITMII

from all stomach symptoms. I am
'ItI gain able to eat' anything." It is -. -- -

a simple, harmless preparation that
removes*the mucus from the intesti .. I\t.,
nal tract and allays the inflammation II .
I which causes practically all stomach, .
liver and intestinal ailments, includ-

fix:;. '. 8,000 Miles Adjustment on Fabrics I vince ing appendicitis.or money refunded.One dose J.will Z. Rob-con- 11111111 II _) -1 __ --- : -- _4. _

erson, and druggists everywhere.

12,000 Miles AdJustment' Cords IHhffl iii .


vv 'j:! .AH Adjustments Made Here Illllll
!: Mrs. William Phipps spent the lat r rL

S ter part of the week with her son
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Phipps, .
I In KiBsimmee. H llliHllllL. .
: ,: )CLAY & THOMAS Mrs. A. W. Winn and daughter, of
; Kissimmee, werevisitors- in Saint ? .
Cloud on Monday. ] '
Stewart Areas Garafs Phoas 22. Kissimmealatecticide Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Lenox, who '
'; t have been spending th the north, have returned for the win

.- -' -- . ter,!; and were accompanied by their -r Buy a pip -
1 daughter, Mrs. Snyder.Mr. .
{ 8eItF.tiIian and Mrs. H. A. Whiteley, who
Sprayer* Potto Supplies and
J ? hate been spending the"summer in x *\ some P.A.
'.1 J Hoste.t Gooda Fair Prices Prompt Shlpaieal
the New England states,
are againin <,
i Ask Tour Nei.hbor-He Knows Saint Cloud for the winter,' and . 1t

E.'0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. JacUosriH. Florida" are pleasantly located on New York Get the joy that's due you !

i Get. May 20th 1921 Pries ........ Now faraUaiaf "SIMON PURE" sad. avenue.A I
w \ muck fire last Monday calledout (
; "GEM BRANDS" the department and- W. H.' Mil- We print it right here that 'if you don't know the '
-e, son, in jumping from the engine, fell .
in such a manner as to fracture his "feel" and the friendship of a joy'us jimmy pipe- .

i leg.Mrs. GO GET ONE! Prince C.
e Mary Ramsdell on Sunday entertained And-get some Albert and ..
; her nephew, Dr. I. R. Irwin bang a howdy-do on the big smoke-gong! ..
r ; : who with his wife and daughter,
'at ; In Used Automobiles '.
: Maxine, drove from their home in
Lakeland-bringing with them Mrs. ,.,... rat,. For, Prince Albert's quality-'flavor-coolness- ". 1
iii t .1 Irwin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. t: ::' fragrance-is in a class of its own I You never tasted 1
Bailey, of Auburndale.
h i / 'YR l Terms to Responsible People The Baptists Association held a ..c.t.J.: such tobacco! Why-figure out what it alone means ;'

: convention Misses Anna here this and week.Louise Hoppe :-. ::Imo',h to your tongue and temper when we tell you that ,
r f ONE:"BABY GRAND" CHEVROLET and Mrs. A. D. Harmon were guests "! :::! Prince Albert can't bite, can't parch( Our exclusive

; ; Tuesday afternoon of. Mrs. Ira Tur- patented process fixes that!
; \ ONE III' DODGE TOURING ner, of Carolina avenue.
: Mr. and Mrs. II. O. who
t ONE IIATNES..s.PASSENGER have been spending the summer at Prince Albert is a revelation in a makin's cigarette I '

foster.. Ohio, have returned to their but how
: '; home here. My, that delightful flavor makes a dent!

f' :. 01fE J920 FORD TOURING Mrs., W. L. Winn, who was 'summoned ; And, how it does ,answer that hankering! Prince

.ONE 1918. FORD TOURING ,. by wire to the side of her Albert rolls ,and stays put:because it is
s '''' ''' -' : --- husband Dr. WJinn; because of, bis crimped

t"I :;: : r ONE'1919 :FORD' ADSTER7, returned serious illness to her some Ohio time home., ago,.has cut:. .And,say-oh' go on and get the papers or a pipe I 14r ,

: .,ONE, 1.1. FORDrTOURING ,. "- D., M. Boyte, on Wednesday, and .. Do it right owl I "
'- ,. Mrs M. V..Boyer on Thursday.were ,
THREE llZZ FORD TOUJUNGS.. visitors from Kiasimmee-looldng' after .- I ,aA, "
; "''" ''' business matters. n' J I It -
t ' :< ;
4. I ,\*A,'clear colorless ,liquid that will ,, l". : ,.U '

::" ; ': latest "* I J.I '; '" i' ''' > '
the "
best of ; <<
/' ; and :production ," ........ "I'U :
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.''K w } medical (science.Ask; 'for. Liquid '!tt'T .,.. " ...... ..... .
: FLORIDA Boroaone it ia yf marvel in flesh \ -- 'Y.,.,I /I. ""' ,."iv., ,"":,ff i'I"i 'rj' ," 'tvu. ; r ,
healing, .remedies. .. ''Price.. -SOc.'' SOd< . ;" _' ..i
t' .i ; .... .. .. . tt..i.... and 'Roberson... .:1>.- W.Cj, ; .,.." '. the,nationalJcs smoke' ,. "1 if' : ,}
3); ) :. ...... ,. t. .|.U0." Sold/by. .,;. J. Z !i ir 'T".; ', ". *.f* / 'r _I 1:
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- :'THE' aOSSOIMEE-VALLET GAZETTE. i1.DAY, OCTOBfift 21. 1MI ,i', {" :. -.. _

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"County Florida, to the highest ". . .0 .. -
: DR. B. L.;.W1LKERSON'l ,I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS 'I and best b dder for Cash. the lnt.r..*.t -'
of the said P. C. Bttorff In the Sdlowing -
UROMO." i described property located tnOaoeola -- '
I County. Florida, ,,!*:- Th loJ.
.'l cat04 In'" of no;' formerly o ou-.> NOTICE To CRBPITOa*. I Ktaalmnfe: la the*."m of 11000 for Houth half of the North Hast quarterof ,
pled by Dr. X W. Simpson., t each performance aad In caae oC a pub- j the' North West quarter and th* . : '
Of.flo* Hoarp. ;,*:.0,to,II; .,J:OOtu1OO 1-,' .1 ....'C..tvlwdare.. ........ IIo. perferman. upon ..the streets ofKtaslraniee. South Bast quarter of the North West . Tax
"- G Ot7,"'''' .....c.n... \," ...or ,'UI.OO >for..each day 'of quarter of faction' is. Township n N tic.eH''l
1>lv..>*m.,N.. Ml fraction 'thereof.'ln thei-case of.aollclttatlon .South Ranic .11 .JCaat.t.containing,.!:*.
: In re E.tat.f Josephln* Law. of aim,. money or .other article ty aero more or ae... Thin llth day --- .
.. ,To all Creditors,, legatee*. Distribu of valu of October A, D. 111.U . \ : : _
'. Any Violation of -.his ordinance '
tees and all Person bavinfClaim.* Section, R, FARMER -I. -
'or Demand against Bald Katate: shell be punished by a fine A* Sheriff of Oseeol -
X W. THOMPSON Tou. and each -of you, are hereby of not more than $10.00 or by tm-t 44>4t County. Florida. I//' .
1. notified. and required, to prent any prlaonment In the City Jail of. not .
claims and demand which you. or more than It days or both uch line NOTltH TO HHUITOH Is alven''th
either ,of you. may_have' against, the and Imprisonment In h. discretion of NOTICE hereby the tax
Director r
Funeral estate of Josephine Law. deceased. the I. Cmrt .f Ike Caaty .....*. 0-..._
late of Osceola county Florida to, the Mayo.'h: : : or part ot ordluan.cea. ('< \State .f .' books of Osceola County will
AKD" undersigned, administrator of Bald . be and theCain. .open for
estate, within two year from the are, hereby repealed. JIr.* Estate t;J. K. Hllllard.. .
date hereof., .- ', Read a first and second time In 'open : b.ceampd. ., collection of '
taxes November
LICENSED EMBALMER: Dated U'-II.t If. A. D.. 1511. session and passed" by unanlmou.f.nit .: To all Credlto' *. I*.,*ate *, Distributees 1921 on _
/OSKPH DAVID $his, 4th day_ of. October. A. and nil Persona having Claim
. .. ,
it ,*, .. Administrator.:' : - Demands .. first.
against said KstateE A discount of 2 will
Store aDd Chap, Stewart AT.,. lOt Park. Street.- KUslmmea, Florida. . ,0 ..A. 8. GILBERT. President.Attest You,' and each of you. are hereby %-. be allowed, ___
c IT-It ; notified and required to present any
R188flLME. TLORIDA .1. R. GILBERT. Clerk. claim and demands which you, or on all ,taxes paid during ,the mouth of
NOT1CM TO BIDDERS I Approved till. 4th day of October either of you, may have against the ___
.0..0.0. " estate of J. K. Hllllard.' decease;late
NOTICE) IB'HKRBBT: f OIVHN thai JBlHAiJ"1:. H. R 1HAT. of KlBsitnm, Oaoeola county Florl November. In writing about taxes'.al. _
LA. MARTIN SEED COMPANY bid will be received by the Board of f 44t Ma>'or. da. to the' undersigned Executrix of .
Public" Instruction ot.Oaceola .,countyjl I aid estate, within two year from the -
N ri. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.i Florida up to and Including $aturi. NOTIcE TO CREDITORL.I date hereof. ways give; full description. and enclose _
andLargrst seed House 1811. at 1O a m,, at ) Dated October 14 A. 'D l $lKM '
F)1de.t th'O: :.befltth superintendent O k C.ert .( the Caaaty'".. ..., -l* MA ilYKTLH HILLIAKU.' I ___
;: la Florid. I public instruction In said county. allKlaslmmoe C_. ,.. State .f 4B-8t .. Tsxooutrlx.IV postage. - :
Florida for the purchase| .
FALL CATALOGUE, I of twelve 'thousand'dollar" <|1.000.011) i In r. Estate 'of David) F.: Ravens THE: IHOI'IT' OIIHT.; OHCKUL.A
Martin Fall Seed Prle -U.t I* X of eight (8) percent time warrants. To all Creditor Legatees, Distribu, COIIATI. STATIC: OK KI.OHIUA.rHANTHRl. 'I, am,.now ready to furnish ,estimates"
now ready. Write for It. MartI 'aid time warrtntk to be old In part, tees and all, Person having Claim .N .
'* Descrlptlv* Kail -w-tl b randy In Everyone Further .Information In r'jrard to' You and of you, are hereby on these taxes. t
*- a '" John Wilson*Kawln. R ) .., .. .. , . ... .
Interested In Florida said time warrants may be obtained iiotilledand requlred'to present any ---- -- -- t.'l\
which WIlsOnand (U. X Lm- ) '" U'o. _____._:._.__..:r.. ._
.. claims 'and demand or
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Fall--Crops should .avail t.ths.oUoMnp.rlntendentQL. you -
mon. us Executors of )
t' selves or Infok-matlon nI'd: Public ..Instruction Oaeeola Cj>UOtY1 either: of-ywur inmy nmve-arafnet- -U>a Hnnti< will anil lriHn. C.; L. BANDY, _
In thesn booklet.. Supplied fre I Florida at Klsalmmee Florida.Certlfled 'estate of David F.' Ravens deceaced. moot of Thomas Wilson ,' . ,
of ton late of Osoeola county Florida to theundersigned ---- -----
on request to tho*. who end ID check In the amount, -- -
their name' promptly.. 7r1t. (10) percent of the bond. bid "on must executor of said estate .., I. .... __. _. 3-8t TaxCollector.. ;-
pJ lor It today. accompany each bid. within one year fromthe date hereof.. ) HILL TO _
I Right Is reaerved to reject any or Dated August 'IS, Al; D ttll. v.., ) FOlt..Jf.'LOI'fl 1 .
all .bids. ,
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Thin the ltd day of September A. S7-lt Elector. Arthur F,:. Donetran. Pat I _,_; -
:* ....................++.+i. D. 1811. AUJIIIN.IITItATOR'1II NOTICK Johnston thus Noyea, : ...
4.We' C. H YOWKLU ISuperintendent KlMlmmee Cattle Com ) -
of Public Instruction
pany a corporation.nd .
handle"a11eta..e..' of 4 1-St ,-.O.oeol.County,- Florida. !. Caart. ef c..t:; Jm4**. II.... .a William 1'(. Potter. I -/ -
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Defendant '
. Oaveela C....,. !
-. 1XOTICK Estate the It Attorney appearing for from the the complainant affidavit of In H's+......o ....s.epppp.e,, ,,,,,,,.. ,,, '
In re of David F. Ravens,
i Deceaaed. the at>ove-.*ntltled cause that the dotondaht. -
i Real Estate Notice I. borebygiven. that on Friday .
William 8. I reel-
Potter a
the 8th day of October .A. D. Notice la hereby given to all whom
dent of a State or County other th..ntbe
issi. lit the hour 010 o'clock a: m, It may concern that Otto R Uluech: : NOTICE
: State of Florida
that there U no
at'the-Court'tone- at TltuaTllle Lire-] asB.eCutor: of the Estate of He.viaF ;
person In the State of Florida. thervlcp .
vard county. Florida'the annual Ravens deceased will on the 4th .
day of November A. D. IHZl. apply to of subpoena upon whom would
fire of the ownera of the land. aituat- .
bind said defendant; thai said defendant -
Insurance the Honorable-. L. Comer. CountyJudae
ed In the HJpper St. Johns Dralnaire'! :
District will be held fur the purpose .|, In and fur said County at his In over the age of twenty-on '
of electing one member of the Hoard I i of lice In Klinlinmt'e: In said County )ears, und that the residence of the 'Books *
of Supervlsora, who shall be 'a landowner at 1 o'clock p. m.. or as soon thereafter aid defendant aa particularly a* The City Tax 'are now in,
known I IA 'In the City of Lafayette
of said diatrlct to serve for tlu as thiv matter can be heard, for ,

and Rentals term Ames of A. three Barlow. years now and a member to aucceed of ;'Male authority, the 'to followlnff-de-Hell at publre..crlbed or real private e..v State William of. H THKRKFOKK.Indiana.Now Potter YOU. the required said the hands of the City Clerk and: \ \

said Board whoee term. of office expire tate. In said County to-wlt: to appear to .hrllretbl...:; t tIn
,on said day. and to transact Lot No. 17 of Block 187 of the town _
of St. Cloud. according to the plat of the above entitled cause at the office -
-000- such other b.lor..ald.buslneaa meeting.a. may properlycome said town filed with the Clerk of the of the Clerk of the above styled ] Tax :.Collector for Collection of: : :

At such election each and I ev..rya"r.. Circuit Court and recorded among thepublic Court at KlsslmmPC. Florida, on theilHt ,
records. of Oaceola Co, state of dav of November A: t). MSI. '
of land In the district shall
represent Fla. the Hemlnole Lund & Inv..stment Herein fall not under 'the penalty proscribed '
by '
' one share and each owner shall bu entitled Taxes -for 1921. Five Per Cent
by law I
A Notary Public in our offteeNelson toone vote In person by Co.
proxy In writing duly signed every Which application will bte based MP -
An the petition for Such sale now.... this order bo published once a week
acre of land owned by Bald owner
-000- In said diatrlct. file In Bald Court. for four ronmctitlte weeks In Kluslmme Discount will be allowed* for ,early; i -

( The person receiving the highestnumber Dated Oct"b"T4toA.. I)' 1921. Valley In I'kc-eola Hnmette. a newspaper FloridaWITNR8H : .published ,
of votes at said election shall
be declared elected Maid aupervlsor I 41-41 Kxecutor.NOTItH .. my hand and official seal _
as of the .hove styled Court on this 18th payments dating from November \ \ #
Dated of October. lf ZlHv I
laol.baho of October. A. D 1911J ,
\ d of Supervisors ; : OF AI-Cl-K'ATION KOR TAX day
\ litoKlt.J: l* (!OVKR8THKKT! :. :
RealtyCompany ERNEST! H. KVKRY.
43-21 SecretaryAN wierK i;jrcun court 1 to midnight November 3Q 1921. i
I Notice. Is Hereby liven that T C.Frasler Circuit Court Real) ; :
s. H. BUL.IJOOK. 1J, C. ,
II OR'I..d-'K< TO UK ENTITLED purrhsner of Tax C..rtlll ato By
I An O..dlnal1.I ... to Prohibit the User No. 842, dated the Sd day of June A. Whlttnker. Hines A WhlttakerTampa '/ I. '
of Spot Lights on Automobiles and D 1818, has filed said. certificate In my
In of office, and has made application for Attorneys for Complainant 4S-5t I. _ -
Auto-tmicks the *'lty Kleslm- -
meeSection: tax deed to issue In accordance with

.... . ...... ......0..0.00 1: He It ordained by. the law.following!Said described certificate embraces, situatedIn the BRIEF GATHERED p ..
Coun Osreola county, Florida towltBe : .
the .use of spot lights on automobilesand
automobile trucks within the ". B: >V corner of Block TL Robert FROM OVER THE STATESix .
limits of the City of Klsalmmee be Baas'. Addition Klaslinmee City. < No Discount After November 30 ;' -
: WEJMOVE THE JEARTH! and the same are hereby prohibited. run N 50 f-et K CO feet, B 60 feet, physicians of Live Oak have { I
Or Anything On Top The Earth I violating Section any 2: of Any the person provisions or persons of th. W The 60 feet aald land being assessed at tile pubHshed a notice that they will attend ) :

I foregoing shall upon conviction be date ef Issuance of said certificate In no more cases where the patientor -- -
1 punished by a fine of not more than the name of B. Maddox Unless said the family. is owing any one of .
YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODSOr certificate ahall b.. redeemed according
twenty-five dollars or Imprisonment to law, tax deed will issue. thereon the fraternity-that aU accounts for : :
I J. R.
for not more than SO daya GILBERT .
Anything That Can Be Moved All ordlnancea.. or parts of ordinances on the :ZPth day of October A. U. past .serviced must be : ,. .

In conflict herewith be and the 1821 The.(published agreementsays '

Get before having same are hereby repealed. J L. OVKRSTRKKT. : "'We are loathed to make this City Tax :Collector.
our price .your Read a flrat and second time In open Clerk Circuit' Court 43-4& -
hauling done. session and passed by unanimous 4&t O ceoJa Count. Florida role but in justice -ourselves ant!. "

: D.consent im. this 4th day of October A. NOTICE O F AHItK-ATlOlV FOR our families we are forced to do so." .....$+.444eeee,4. .$,,, , ,,,. $. -

W. H. JOaESjTfUNSFER COMPANY A. 8. O1LHERT. President. '' :LEAVE TIP HKI.l. MINOH'81 LAND The leather plant at Chipley is'almost J

AUnt: '.... .. '.... ..... '
,.HONE al-S J. R. GILBERT. ClerkApproved ( ( . State ofFlvrida ready to commence the tanning

this 4th. day of October. "_I. Csia4y. of all sorts of hides and manufacture .
_Lm.0r1.ra.i 0--1.H.rdw.r. C. AD.. im.(8RAL *
) H. IV. MAY. In re Estate of Evelyn Ash ton. Minor. of many articles. Novelties '

I 44t . Mayor. Notice la hereby given to all whom. from alligator hides, and needed articles Nervous
''It'm.y concern that of,Dr. F.. C. lCd.hog .- from common leather, will When You're .
Guardian Evelyn
a* Aahton
,, DL R. .J.DENNINGI J ,. ,AN ORDINANCE help keep the- men busy. I" .
-- minor will, on the 10th day of November .. -
L DENTIST' An Ordinance to Regulate the- Op. I A: I.). 1IZ1 apply to the Hon.orable ------ T 7' ?" n. .'. '. J ..
\ eratlon of Paeaenirer Vehicles .for Hire T. L. Comer. County Judge In The Russ Lumber Company, oft(Arcadia .Whatever the came overwork. A. 1 ---1

.! Over-the. Fostofflee.ernes In the City of Klsslmmee, and Provide and for said County. at his oflloe InKI..lmm..e'li ii employing more than ,one .
Therefor In said County at 18 . 1; loss of aleep."u- .,
License crief
a : "
: t.Kesideace hundred workmen . worry, ,
nouRa: to 11:10. BE IT ORDAINED BT THH COUN. o'clock m., or a* soon thereafter a* -
Pfaoae *, the matter be heard for authority -' business troobleevtiwolants. -
1'lafae. Phone 'U8 Section 11' That no per.on. Arm or to sell, at public or private aale. A cigar-factory ',has"been openedin I V,
corporation shall engage In the bu l- the interest of Evelyn Aahton, follow Fort Myers that will immediately ." lltCOtICi-.thfS"I:
ness of operating vehicle ing-described real estate. In said .
passenger '
r SI..j..I SIS S* for hire In the City of Klsslmmee. until County to-wif employ two hundred operative Thepnt one aedlclM that wffl help yea.Dr. .,
such person firm or ""corporation Lots I and C of Block Z26 of theT..n expects to turn out' ten million
hall have flrat ure4"tr.m"tb. City of St. X"loud Oaceola Count high-grade cigars the coming1 *
year. / -
M. TILLER; CI.rk'of the City ,of Klselmmee. a license Florida Miles Nerrtn '
for such : Which license Which application will be based Dr. WI..- Guaranteed Vedld.e.
purpoae I.uf' I .
hall be regulated a. follow. . on the petition for sale now un According to all reports from various '
Real state ADeney. Each P firm > tI aid Court. '. sections of the state the American baa rllv\k' thousand*of case* Dr. line.' NOIWIIS.Dt M
Florida. ..n'r"a"ic-r: :; Dated October1 8th A. D, 1DSI
: j$' ;-________........ .40.___"- :bualneaa resident of of operating a,-'vehicle 4n- the forpaaaenger - .-, F.--C.K14ISLJN4i.44it .- - Legion!.... Is, strongly: opposed to ..hea4acbc...$s4ueujgdtar.. .DrLilea'Hearti'r.atznesL_._.. _
;: ; Ouardlan i having any sort of commemoration Dr ',.., :
and sold hire shall annual bility sl.epleisisss hysteria.
Realty Bought Mi1es'ToafcPurifier
frloo exercises Armistice Day Novem- .
license at the rate of for. each on Dr. .
House rented. vehicle so operated NOTICE TO t'OJSTHAI'OflS1otici' bre 11. Many Posts have adopted ep1ep.[ .D.,. 1 bottle *
Taxes paid and Titles verified not Bach a resident person of firm Florida or, engagingsin corporation' Is hereby given thut blds
for non-raideDu. the passenger business hire of shall operating pay an a, vehiclefor annual be received by. .tlie of Hoard Oaceola of County.CountyComml..loner. . to better health today. Dr. :Miles' Tonic i _

Fire. Life and Accident In license at the rate of $76.00 for each'' Florida up to, and including 10 deck TAMPA TIMES IS YooU VtaA 'Dr. afilee Uedidnea' yo r- 'DrigSNr..., --.r:>f1
vehicle operated for passenger hire. A. M on the 18th day of October A. ,
Section! No person firm or cor. I-). 18J1. at the office of the Clerk of SPENDING MONEYIn -
surance. poration vehicle for Circuit Court of Maid County, at KIs- .. ..
passenger --- -- ---- ------- ----- -
Indemnity Bond slmmee, Florida, for the building and .
hire In the City KUalmmee I '
shall charge more nor sum of construction of approximately six newspaper circles there is much TROUBLEMAKERS KNOCK 1921 ehow. ,! ,

...... ............. . S see. $.too for each passenger transported, mile. of road 'or any part thereof comment on the way that the Tam' MEN FROM GOOD JOBS expected. to prove. the _

from one point to another In the Clti aid road being located In Bpenlat pa Daily Times sypends money for _ piece de resistance isthe. bamese.
of Klsslmmee. 1 Road and Brldsre District Numb..rFour
O. .11'. KRIBBB W. J. 8THHDKRIBBS Section I.: Each pemon firm or Oaceola County. Florida. news and features. It is the only Isnt it strange! Pressman who races which will be held on the half. _

a STEED corporation operating a vehicle forpaaaenger For further Information In rvaard Florida daily that prints the famous )left good Jobs in Tampa where they mile track now rapidly nearing com

hire In the city of KlMlm to the said road and specifications David Lawrence letter. In. addition could $40 week for 4$ boars pletlon. The racetrack plant .la being .
be obtained at the office of the get a
mee, obtaining a license to do may
. upon
A"._ sad c... .. at Law
I. *K___ PlerUe business In the said City ot Klsim- Clerk of Circuit Court of Oaceola. to the Associated Press,the Times U are willing (;o work in other cities, built at a cost oft $72OOOand' _ _

men. shall receive from the said Clerka County at Kli>..lmme., Florida building up a highly expensive special and in. open shops, for f88per, week will be one of the most complete .",
....,.. practice la all Bta<. aaaj numbered tag which leg shall be Certified cheek I Ira amount of I80OO' feature service-in its ' .tandralkl''If
IT.U" .tea) c_..... permanently attached In a conspicuous must accompany each bid. Right 'li news and for 48Ahour No attempt was madeto theeountryTflt grand ,
place on each vehicle operatedfor reserved to reject any and all bids effort to publish a newspaper that put over the 44-hour week in Jacksonville bleachers will seat ,nearly ,'3OOOpeo.e .

paaaenger hire where the same Title the 8th day of October, A. 1>. Will be interesting to every memberof which: has been more or pie. i--', ,,- ,I'
Pat Johnston O. P. GARRET
can pasengeraSection be seen. b? the City officers and 131. J. L. OVEHST11ERT.: the family in homes all over leas of an open-shop city for a number President W. F. Coachman, and 'aU' 1 J

J. |4 JOHNSTON A GARRE1TArOftNEXTYAW 4: Any violation of this ordinance Clerk County Commission Florida. of years. All but two print- officers and directors of the falr, _

: or any of the terms hereof 44.1OIIceol8 County. Florldu.NOTItH Besides the Times membership in shops in Tampa have refused to ac- stress the fact that the track -is bering -

hall be punishable by a fine of not the Newspaper Enterprise Association 44-hour-a-week demand built purely for the) mtertaln-
etde- to
Offices: 10. 11 and 12, Osceola Band more than $10000 or imprisonment of OF APPLICATION! YOU TAX
which is known of the ment of the state fair crowds '' and
not more than SO daya. DICES> as one of 'the unions. They have been '

Building.TLORIDA. All ordinance or parts of ordinances KINcI"u Is h.1 Hereby
: same. In are conflict hereby herewith revoked. be and 'the 140 dated the Id of day Tax of Certificate July A. No.b dicate. in the country, it gives It. count, Philadelphia and Baltimore on the grounds. It'Is to ,be'

Read a first and second time In open 1917. has filed said certificate la m> readers the best comics obtainable- being two notable example They conducted by a driving club as strict..'

( i session and passed by unanimous office and ha. made application for including "Mutt and Jeff" "Bring- will be licked in Tampa, and the,very ly a fair feature in line with the policy '-

.. t P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNHiTATLAW D.consent' 1911. this 4tb day of October. A. tax law. deed Bald to ceitlflcate issue In accordance embraces with the ing up Father," and "Doings' of the union men who have been beaten in pursued by successful' fain 'in.

A. 8. GILBERT. President. following described property, situatedIn Duffs." other cities are coming dewn here to the .country. 'T 1, '

I / Attest Oaceola county, Florida towltLot : Two special feature. of the,Time take their place. It is not Improb- ,
J. R. dlLBRRT. Clerk ft. Block B, Liberty Park 1 _
I, OFFICES Aoproved this 4th day of October The Maid land being assessed at the are its sporting page and woman'. able that the next city where there, THOMAS'ME1GHAN COMES I, J

I Winter Park. Florida A. D 1>S1. date of issuance of said certificate In page. These features alone cost is a strike-among the pressmen can IN "CONQUEST OF CANAAN":

(HEAL) H. R. MAT. the name of I. IL Horner Unless said them an enormous sum. find plenty of help in Tampa and so ',,.
U-U certificate shall be redeemed according -
:Mayor.AW In all Florida homeaHhere interesting ;
I to law, tax deed will Issue thereon it goes-FloridaGrower._ In "The Conquest of Canaan,"'. -
ORDINANCE TO BR ENTITLED on the 21st day of November. A r>. complete newspaper
1921. ? appreciated, the Tampa Daily Times To get rid of worms in children Fteramount'g pictarizatiMi of Booth _

I I An Ordinance to Regulate the Use J. I* OVJo RSTREET.: should have a place. give them White's Cream Vermi Tarkington's celebrated novel of that?' :, _

''q CITY. of llo the Entertainment Streets. of. Klsslmmee and Provide for a Pub License (Seals Oaeeola Clerk County Circuit Court Florida The price! of a three month's subscription fuge. The little sufferer improves at name, which! will be shown at the.'. ,

Therefor: 4&-6t By .H. H. Bullock. D C. is $1.75. once and soon .becomes healthy, .active Casino Thursday, Thomas pielghan;

BR, IT ORDAINHD BY THE COUNCIL Orders should be sent to the Tampa and, robust. Price, S5c. Sold by the star has an opportunity; forsome ,: -
OF THE CITY KI8SIMMBR: Notice of RherlfTa Sale. In the *" of the best work of his motto
Florida. tf J. Z. .RO enIOn.
Section 1: That no person or persona County Court of Oaceola. County. Tampa -
f shall aak. solicit or beg alma, Florida Bank of Oaceola County picture career. Aa "Joe Louden"Mr.
stMEATMARKET money or other article of value or plaintiff vs. P. U. But torn. defendant.To SETTLING LARGE ESTATE FAIR TO BE BEST EVER : .. Meighan plays the part of the
{ l exhibit display and offer for sale or I' C. Buttorff and all whom It may 'ostracized youth member of the
e.cbylJe.. m.rehandltrinka\. or concern: Notice I* hereby given that IN STATE OF FLORIDA
; other good and wares. or give pub- under and by virtueof -a certain Wayne Ward: ;;; Orlando-- was a so-called "other-hair to ,Canaan, atypical '

y; FreSkM.tandVegetables lie performance* of acrobatic feats judgment recovered In the above buaiAesa visitor at tb.l eTald office k Jacksonville, October 20.r-',The middle western town witbiti. -

'It musical performance or other publlo case ,by sail PlaIntiff Bank of OsceolaCount.y 'on last- Wednesday whit* en route amusement features, at th*' Florida provincial like and dUliket.and
.. performance wherein a .collection la .agalnatthe aald defendant.
taken upon or sidewalks P. C. BnttoTft. entered on ,the lith JWme from ':Arcadia., Mr "Ward: It Mate. fair and exposition which will .octety. ;He loves cArIe1'TsborwbO.

of Klaelmmee hn\r'h\ : person .shall day of Juno' A.- D. Ittl In the aumor the Ma of th. late C. W. Ward of Kit. be held in Jacksonville November 12 also belongs"to the same strata .fjunrespectables. _

have obtained a. license therefor from Two hundred "sixteen dollar and *imtn e.who was one of the original to 19, will undoubtedly be. most .b! life for:them is ,
the City Clerk of the City of Klselmme eighty-two cants and under and bf -
h n *,- eave and except. however all virtue of the execution lamed on said tneorporator of the Disston Land powerfuh.incentives to brine the fair a burden. 'Ariel's uncle'diet andakegoes ,

: . Ii. -, accredited ,--recognised .ch.rita.., ludirment! dated! the Std day of Sep Company, and at one time ..ownd' vjsitor- back for another '1'f '
: !- '" .ht..U' apOlI'vpropr.jsoowlaa- made, to tember. A-.'D.-. IMlt thc underalgnod.aa four million acres"of ihui which was The" management realisesthat' a study law. He returns ',to' CODque""Canaan"
:)f'ft the City'oxoept.d front the sheriff or Osoeola; Coanty .
,, '? - . ; :. operation/ this i ordinance."' . ; baa heretofore' levied upon'..F'ON\a\ purchased>rfU,000,000'caeh.*.,'$r. state,;fair is no greater than its and hit problems give Mr..

.'--1. .;Advertislng- of,.ao .Wore ..ImportMtee $Section St All persona before en. on 'the' rule day In ,Donta, 111 ward 'i*the"'admtnistratortrof 'hi* .......,pt'i featwres, 'and wtthcthl Meiglta"a'spismdIitd'eppovtuulty..tOI r ,
to merchant tban."plMyue) is gaging In airy ot the.act hereinabov. viE r the 5th lay' of 't> en>be>r, 152L.offer ,. father's eatate .-Sotto'6pThMr.-Her idea in'_ij d It has.arranged; a meat display" hla. Ulenta.; Dorie .nyoe.,Uleading -
enumerated shall flrat pay -.>, hiceseeIfevj tar sale and selL 'between the legal '- " :: 1 ., . -
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: lit' SOCIETY'S 1 REALM I I ( Mr. and Mrs. L. B'Tyree,. at. their '(Conttnu dfrom Pace On) a

,. home, on Emmett street Tuesday afternoon of the funds taken aa partial payment
gave a very pleasant; party ; and the matter1' of securing .

'EYMQONEM WILL far ,little .BlIHe-the occasion beinrf. settlement' with the. former, president 'SEA'S, 1'BL ;UeeLlES: w

,,'ir. VISIT IN KISSIMMEE ,, the 'sixth;: birthday anniversary ll will' .also be diplomatically handled." I. ", \ ,.. "
t Mr. and Mr. Georpa W.: Person the .lad. The house Vas very attractively , One-of the prominent stockholders
i k it, haw !pent several day in Tampa decorated in -,.e"ow' and': black In the financial institution was !in I

t this -week-vialtlng Mr. and Mrs. -and the dlningroom being,, special, Kissimmee on, Wednesday and. spent FOR / THE '
f the' Hallowe'en col- the ''portion of the day in investigating ,
"f LaMotte,who were recently married ly pleasing with J greater .' 'y .'
_' in''' Savannah and' are spending their 'on with jack-o'-lanterns on tables ; the condition of the
', in various points in i iFJonda. On the dimngtable a: bank. He had' not been advised of
; : . The honeymooner will 'return Idler I| stand;! carried the handsome : the several change. in the.'' directorate

'' with Mr. and Mrs. Persons and birthday cake graced with its six ,I occurring within the past few HOUSEHO

, l', make a visit ofa week or moreJber i candles, and at each, plat were attractive I Imonthe.-an learned with much dismay ,
I of of the Incidents which
;; in Kissimmee. Hallowe'en favors; while some
while from tho chandelier swept had taken place. lie' learned, also '
h. ; ,' VISITOR RETURNS strips 'of 'orange and black ribbon to of the action of the grand jury+* of '

+ h TO HIS GEORGIA HOME each plate. White refreshments of Osceola county, in Anding .
t : A. G. 'RobinlOn-who hat been vis* cream' and coke were' being serv bill" against M. S. Lanier -, : which I

; ; f Itfnir KiBsinumee several!? days ass led I Elinor Rosen gave' several humorous finding has not yet been docketed be.
s ,', ". guest o(! Mr.' arft Mrs. L. fe. Tyree, selections- greatly pleasing: the cause of the desire to secure" a refund housekeeping / '
P f left for his home in Thomaavllle, little guests Many games were and settlement "out of court" Now is the time to fix up rooms for light ,. ,

J ' Georgia, on Thursday Mr. Robinson played during the afternoon-and the -bat has given assurances that the .
; was so';favorably impregned with numerous visitors -were highly entertained institution's financial standing has in '
}, p Kissimmee that he has made arrangements in every manner, no1 way been impaired by what. has We have the largest line of these} goods! ,
/ and asserted that ,
to spend half his time taken place, in ev

.this winter' in this city, and there is COMMUNITY SINGING ery way the Merchants and Farmers '
every assurance that others will be ENDORSED BY CLUB: Bank was fully able to' care for all we have: ever carried in 'stock. We mention, few ,
influenced by Tiljn to visit Kissim- There was a very interesting and demands that might be made -upon it. I
men enthusiastic meeting of the Woman's I Since the selection of J. M. Will-
Club held Tuesday afternoon at the son' cashier than .,., --- '
as more thirty new ... I
' ;. BUILDING PRETTY NEST: home of ,,the president, Mrs. H. C I accounts have been opened and the ... .. *', JL
t' NEAR BIRD SANCTUARY Sta"f ord-2)6; ) :'Vemon::venue;.:south: deposits have "materIaIJ Increased. Enamel 'Coffee Pot, J2..Quart*_______SOc. .StOYe: L1Teri ----------.--.-- .--_(ialOC I -

' '" Work 'of erecting handspme Following reports of standing -committees Former'Presldent Lanier-has been t

dwelling 'on a-- site facing the court- the club contributed three in Miami for a considerable time- Enamel Coffee Pots. 4 Quarts_________..65e ,Can Openers -,-' _______________...___I9e :
,_ house has been in progreee.this weeks board 'for a blind girl under but it is probable. that he wil Ibe in '. ,
' week and the home will be hurried cere of the children's home at Jacksonville attendance at the meeting tomorrow, '
; r Quart Enamel Sauce Pans, ''With lid*___50c' -Tiff Pie Plates _____ _. ...,.5c- and lOc '
i to completion rapidly as possible. and donated $25 towards when, all matters will threshed out ? ----- ,.

' { It Is being erected by.Roy Graves, the repairs on the Chapter House. and a reorganization will be 'per '

r i' son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Graves, of Upon motion of Mrs. S. II. Bullock, fected. R, E. Grabel of Orlando, who 4-Quart Pudding Pans ?________>-,__2Sc Received this week 60 large Class Bowl T ff:' ,,. .
&J a 322 Bryan street, who was marriedon chairman of thev music committee, is, tentatively! president of the bank 3Se J' !
for Lilly Bulbs each_____.._:: -_____ .' i
Friday October 14, to Miss Ellie the club 'unanimou'slyendorBedhe at" this-timenaB been in personal' Aluminum Percolator I ,.ZTTJuartT _____':.:.$1.50 7
,' Hugh Milling, teacher in the sixth community singing movement and touch during this week with all those'interested

a a grade. of the Kissimmee, schools. pledged its aid in every way. in a financial way with the, I Window Shade, each: ________________I6Se I tOil
Sauce Pans without lid 25c
Mrs. Paul Stanley and Mrs. Gertrude institution, and declares that a most Quart' *_ _____

REACH KISSIMMEE I L. Katz were elected as dele- optimistic feeling exists regarding .
white 40c
y WITH ELEGANT CAR rates, with Mrs. W. J. Sears and the standing of the bank, which is I] 6-Quart Tea Kettles ________________100. Cloth all colors, including yard ; ,

.; ah Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Meetch, Mrs. [II. C. Stanford, alternates, to said to be on a strong footing I i >

h* : *. whose summer home isin Harris- I Gainesville Federation which meets at Following the meeting tomorrow) SIopJars each __________________,..$1.50 Curtain Rods, each __________________15c , tm-; '.
r burg. Pennsylvania, have arrived in I Tuesday, November 16, the officers will make public a full .

'it Kisaimmea a trifle earlier than customary I for four-day session and complete -report of all matters. I| Bowls and,Pitcher _________________$2.50 Dust Pan ____________. _____-__-__: __ISe .
+ and' are located in their After a splendid .social hour: the -

pleasant home at No. 200- Dry an 'club adjourned to meet Tuesday, No I WORDS OF. APPRECIATION I j. Black Enamel Drip Pans, ISe to largest I
street Their run to this city was I t-ember 1., at a place to be later an-, I Silver Plated Knives and Fork. setl.SO .

,'' made in about six days butthey nounce fuse with words of duringthe
y sympathy
y made- the drive leisurely the better I I Tea Spoon 6 for _________ 2Se
affliction which has been thrust ----------
t to enjoy themselves. Their many PENNSYLVANIANS AGAIN in which Flour Sieves, each ___-1_______________25c ,.' t
us recent days during .
4 friends! are delighted at their ; .
w f -' return : Mr. and Mrs C. B. Crum, so well husband, sister and brothers have | Table Spoons, 6 for _____-_____-.______SOc
Plain White Cups and Saucers_________20e
arrived been bereft,, we are returning these '
ii', :' MRS. BILLIARD VISITING known in Kissimmee, have j I' :
DAUGHTER IN and are now at their home at 40S' few words to show that we really ALL SIZES IN DISH PANS 'I

'r' ,' J"<<. Milliard HOMESTEADMrs. left for Homestead ..1 Mabbette street. They carne by rail' i' appreciate the many kindnesses tender Plain White Plates, each _____________20
y + but were followed by an auto party d. V I '
on Tuesday-Accompanying her I' BED LINEN We had just bought before the
lY daughter, Mrs. J. S.' Roberts, and herhUlband. arriving from Mount Union,. Penn- GARY BROWN. Fancy Flowered Plates ______u_______2Sc advance rt
: After spending about sylvania on a six-day run. The auto HOWARD ANDERSON.I
tefe, week in that city, during which time : party consisted of Mr. and Mrs. AI JOHN S. McCAMY. Flowered Cups and Saucers _______.___25c j'

x; i : Mr. Roberts will close up his busi Caskpy'(Mrs. Caskey being daughter EDWARD McCAMY. Pepperell Sheet. ;3190. each ________$1.50 UL> "J k''Y

ness, temporarily, the trio will re- 'of Mr. and Mrs. Crum) and their son : PRINTERS TO CONTINUE I Cake Turner ______________________:10c: ,
I"4 Jack, and Mrs. Caskey's brother Blankets __$Z50 and '
6 A turn to Hilliard's Island and join J, --- --- --- -- --. --, up

'' Y : .... II. Hilliard and Mrs. Myrtle Light- tier Robert' this Crum. "We. came(. a bit ear-I DEMAND FOR LESS HOURS I Egg Beaters ________________________lOc Comforts _______'________$1.98 and up ,
; Y )1_ ,-y and her daughter, Mildred, who season than ]I WITH PAY .CR! FULL WEEK ;i
' jjhave) been Homestead but returned though the weather i in tofore-al-I r
'' to attend the last days and funeral hall been fine. Last In spite of the growing sentiment '
' r 'oj".1-> ot the late J. K.. Hilliard. The entire three frosts-and I thought we'd get against: vucji} a movement the delegation I' We will deliver .ell purchases, amounting to $1.00 or more, t
3. -oh into our Kissimmee homo" said Mr. i i atterKUng the typographic .
*; 1'! : -', ; family will remain at the Hill .
) f" y lard home through the coming season Crum. "I 1 had just laid in the cellar ;; union; meeting at Orlando on Sunday' to any part of the city. \ :.. ....
i -Mr. Hilliard superintending the of one of my buildings up there fifty voted to continue the fight for 48- j ..' ,
;+ GM;.. management bf.-the property tons of coal ,- which will probably''1 hours pay-.for 44-hours Worfc-at the -.-- 'ti
a 'I -_ help out the tenants; and, by the same time demanding that all'mem- ..
' fr ? 7?; SIXTY-SIX YEARS OLD way, the coal cost me $2.60 a ton at I I bear of.; the unions in Florida contribute : WE DEEM IT A PLEASURE TO

3 C'. : .a. ,,AND STILL ENJOYING LIFE the mine while the freight on a for- !' ten percent of the wages received SERVE

; %' Last Sunday was the sixtyaixth ty-milo haul figured $2.23 per ton. j for those who refuse to work j jI I I 'j

; ;'', F; anniversary of the birth of A. F. Talk about freight rates! If the peo I I the full week. '1
Kriti. of 121 Verona street, and a pip of Florida are to be held up for j There were some three hundred

: r {l-i I !::8' pleasing( celebration of the event was such rates .on their citrus crop it will ;: present eta the session, which is re-J DOLLAR LIMIT STORE
4ax 'tarried out that evening at the Kriu sure be a killer!" I I ported to hve been very enthusiastic. ',' I
+ Following the business session there'
r; countryJhome"at Kissimmee- Park
'; ; ' dancing party and a wienie roast be) GLORIA SWANSON COMING .1 was served a banquet. Delegates j''' & W. PERSONS COMPANY ,

ing two of the features. The entire were present from West Palm Beach,
;? y Appearing for the first time as' Kissimmee, Florida See Our Windows
Orlando and
: affair was one most'' enjoyable to the Plant City, Tampa,
i a screen star in her own right ,
Tallahassee. The next convention
gathered guest* GI0-1 a J
it 'I'' Among those.,participating in the ria Swanson Will be seen in her ( slated for April, will '\be-held in West.J ,
stellar vehicle "The Great Mom "
I nt' Palm Beach. v
Mrs. 'A. F.
4 Ktitllra dnfamilyMvven : at the Casino next Wednesday. It I .
Mr. and Mrs.
written for INVENTORE. .
was Eli GENE
Paramount'by .
;I A.\ JO Kpoebel and family; Mr. .and ,. .., _. ___ ... : .
," nor Glyn and' produced by Sam N r '- - - 'n'l -- .. E: "
Mrs. -
Frank '
,a Cabill Andrew Lutze -
; of Wood. The story is one of great E. C. Bryan 'has just secured apatent. 1'er.I.. .tr J..., Ftve I 1 I .1. ,
'New York Church ----I iy last startluRlto dark Breen.'Wtsslaa
; Mr., and Mrs. D. >E. Ke- First Baptist style, white
dramatic force and the situations upon a' fruit-carrier intended ) lay; the"others will lay In abouta collar and cuffs, detachable. Nearly '

i, .r merer little..on.; Ain' Douglas'and Mrs.; Richard,Carl Hagel and An-and are as thrilling as they are numer to-be used soon'commence:; asa parcel-post the package, Rev. J. A. Sutton; D; D;, Pastor.. 1 month.and half' Will fur take let. seventeen Henry Curtis dollars , new. Apply 101 Main street4itf'; .. .
ous: Milton Eills and will manu I i
pie plays opposite the Vine street. 46-ltx FOR T/
SeamanArno BALm-WOOd.
; Kritsj Jack Ham wa.hlnan :
i ; facture A complete mention 9:45
star more- school at : a. m. I
,, ilton Sunday obins: nearly new. Apply' 101 Male
s ,, ; Jack McCoy and, daughter .FOR HALE..tftbll becf
f of this will appear in the next issueof Sermon at 11:00_ a., m. deli street ,II.U
+ . _
LIlHsn McCoy, FlnhRt"I'flNt Roods and shoe business; goal location "
"i fi .. __ for- UIM VaDer fJaietta., The Gazette.. _-_ __ __ B. Y. P. U., wt 7:30 p. m. ; new and uD-te-date 160N" stock. LOST } ,
" " -- Sermon at 8:00 p. m. Will sell stock at !InTaiee price and

y"i :I 11111iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II mil II II IIIIIIIII11I11/ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIInl IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/IIIII/ L We desire all who anticipate npemtxrrship building.Address' : 48 U_'ifIn rash street. proposi KIlO-. LUtIT-JoIpar. flea on rl.i frem Dodge j
i ,,, with us to try and be present slmmee. 44-tfc cur un Wednesday near brldK T'; '.
+1'y 'kl of these services; also to bearin Capo Uri-emu addition. Reward f rj- .
done .
== .
-lhai the -PrU7: 'Will FOR- AALaranawNro..... -A xrv* an. .return tu-Mr.Ij 14-Piaerl;.1-Anm--A- :;
miHd H I.
.. .
,. = hundred bearlnK frees; awren n r trp t. KlBnlmmr>.
have its first service at seven o'clock. land. William H. Kempfrr.: Deer ,
I'ark, Florida. 44tfcFoil 1>1HT--Al.ont .lt miles west of MeJ-\
wi DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. CEDCE ' M. 1. STOUT INFORMATION REGARDING bourn, on Kl..lmmre road one ;
; 8 A UK-Hotel I bulldlns (load location mall brlndle Bo.t..n terrier; tour
,' ieteeldat Cafiin Vic..JreeiJ..tu = VIRUS FOR HOG CHOLERAThe for small -'?>t"I. William H. white feM rlRht Bide of neck while I.
Kempfer.. Ix-tr Park Florida.. 44-tfc and answers u, name .f "Stm.' Teo ."
l' -+ == Florida tive Stock Associa-- .-- --- /dollar r wardfqr '...ro1'.r)'. Joa Si'::
I O. N aaaa. R. F. n. .
FOR BAI K-One set of brown Coney No. X. Maltlatid.tto
lion; is making known its plans for furs, trimmed with, Mlk fringe; Florida. ,
..A' .w the distribution of hog cholera serum practlcnlly new. US for iiUIck sale. '
... "Which and Virus and the prices at which it Apply C16 Mabbetce str..*t. tfx :, FOR RENT. ;

Will 1 1 You Be? _. will bft sold. This virus is supposed FOR HAt.lQ-Fifteen4res. of land al'''' FOIL RENT-Two rooms ..ulte; bot
to be of high-grade, and !is handled Kissimmee' Perk; cheap for qulrkaxle. and cold water; bulb lavatory.;
without profit to the board. The Write to Re.y.- Fred O. Spur- llRht hounekcepliiK privileges; llfit
= prices for the four varieties per 100 rah. .-Canton. New York. for particulars. Mabbette street Klmlmmee. 4-tfo 1'
; 44-ato
==== .
,, .:=:=: c. c. are to be made as below: FOR RENT-T e t-o Mocks from bu.l-: '
1u ".. \ =-=== Blood serum '__________________.86ci FOil -)')--
; ', \. Tlae Bank Virus _______________________85c truck. of Cheap.Waters Mee& Carson me for Grocery prlcr.OYHee :. keeping- apartment also nrst floor, allconveniences .'
With_ ; bedroomon sec,_ : ..
i ___ _. __ __9Ge -
"' -- Clear serum __ __ : -= Company. ;J. M. I+unentn ---4! '
Men with everything in the Virus ______________________9&e -.- Olld Mra. W. 1{. 1'I..lncor
; ; the be obtained in FOR BAUK-All the cltr: iota ho.uses, n er Verona and neaumont. Ktnvlm-\ -
These serums '
may farm and real estate belonging" to ev. 0-1fc ,
= 100, 200, and 500 c. c; bottles, and the. Waters Carson Ororery Com
Ability world them have bend pany. See me f a against the virus may be ordered in 16, 25, Duncan. furnished room. fur :t
M. 4S
JlRht Aouee-eplnt7. Lights and L I'
,. bottles. ,
+ t and 100 c c. bath. Corner of Lake und Hay .
Orders for these may be sent direct FOR) 8AL.E-- Hoo"l milch cow. :J. W. streets. F. H. Lawsoii.- 4tf ,
'.i come, rich through thrift. C to J. Wl DeMilly, state veterinarian Miller. 4>-tf"
RENT Nlne-roorit, two-story, '
' Willingne Jacksonville and prompt at FOR 8AI.K-Forty head of Block
== furnished: home, }n best location In '
tention will be given., hires. all bred from saddle stallion. ; the. city. Address: U R. Squire. .
Men with everything in the also fifteen Jacks and Jennets.. J. J'ostoflice Box tab Klsslmmee.; t, ,
to There may still be found at the W. Miller. 42-tfo phone 25S. '8-tto' ,

,.-" office of The Gazette afew more FOR HALK- nood established dry F01t it' '
:; ; world in ,their favor have bed bundles of old papers for which there goods and shoe business. ; rood location wllh HKNT flreplnre-Nicely! three furnished rooms flat anti :

is usually such a demand. These ; new and. up-to-date $SOOO bath. W. B. Harris. Qasette office.
sine! Will sell stork at Invoiceprice
'' > 'DEPOSITS INSURED = are neatly tied app* ready for delivery.. and tease bulldlnnr. Oood cashproposition. 40-tf
t come poor through extrava- The supply is 1 limited 'and those in Address6: Main street.
., .s r' need are advised to caU early for tClsslntmee. "* 4)<-tfcFOR N: :.
= them. 20-tfx HAL.R WANTED Ten thousand small all I :'
gance/ -Chautnuqua desk; practically 11"10-
r - tars from .elKht to twenty-four
s:: - - H new. A (tri-at help for a 1"
.' ,. . child at-school. price IS. Mrs. FJ .e. = wards SIS Mabbetto street.. tfx Tamp.. Florida 44SteWANTED

,.-=- r THE'CLASSIFIED COLUMN'dI1SCELLANEOUS 1 "FOR SAL.B-A one-ten Maxwell, truck. -Man' to work around house;
Bee W. B. Maklnson. at the store of and Harden. Must know how to milk:
-- the Maklnson and take earn of milk. W. H. Makluson
-- Hardware Company -
Sl-tfo Company.. 4I-tfo
1 -- '
: ,".,' ti. == FOR 8ALR! _On* pair [nod horses; WANTED To purchaae hot-water. '
8KOOND- !: Th1G.Ihnutht 11 al.o one two-horse waKOn and tank, abort b0-. llon capacltr: suitable /
and hones Bee W. B. Makfnaon. at the to cortnert with blueflameve.
hardware store. Sl-tfo : Write "Tank.;' ofOce of Dasette. +

: .f! FOR SALE FOR BAL.B. For Rent. Furnished. ." .. KIsMmmee. tflloWANTKn ,

FOR tiALffi.Ora.. dresser Iron bed. Rooms and No Trespass Cards 1/ -To buy an Improved farm 1
i / : Bank of Osceola stead mattress and springs wash, cents. each at .Tb Oasette oflVo. In Routn ) > County stand sanitary couch, etc. Call on ._ 4t-M lion and. lowest, cash price. '0. F. ,
wW Aatrrd.y .at, No.- I' Orlando. avenue. r. Turned Powers, JlIcble..n.&U, :"
; Kissimmee.. FOR 8AXB. -One )Vets :Klectrle Wall WANTED r
Plate. Practloallr new. At a reaewnable +Job drlvlntr ;'truckttw
r *: I BAROAINS IN USED AUTOMOBILES plies Apply. 'Valley (la.sett. . years' a.:experience.. Call at eOS. ,Vm' -. '
*.t, --T.rm. to reipoo.IDle people. One .. roett street., Kissimmee.' .,. .0
; . .. ,
\-n : "Baby .Ors.nd'.+CMrrole .on. 1.1.

-:-:. : .' ,' ( J/o ,.:II:, : J.!. 'to 3. P. M.'. ; "" .' ". : .Dodge. ; one.11f6. one. Kord.'Ilaynes to"1"I.nllter :-pas'.one FOR' and'' Ha reM Naah serenpauenicertoorlns tourtnr oar W,wholesale ANTE -,Job horse aa'J clerk These:t'In teen,store: a or- ,'i,

\<< ;\.. .. r : ISU.Ford..tourlnif: en.. lair 'ordtoadstor ; car. Both of these *.t bar- \ pailsqro.- Reference U needed. Cell.
- Ii1" : one 11111 Fordalongsir' Sara a.; 'tierala.prices. ,Vf: B. Maklnson.,. City. at 101 ;Bmmett) street- ,. Kissimmee.WANTE , I ,
; three Ml _Ford tourlna-s. > .
r Rassdala, : s.ImmeeFlorlda... ,4tf : tts'OR' -An' Intelllrentwhite; ; '' rtrt a
fof ,bousej ,work. '. Hrs A.1;;: T., Morrtn. -
QRI AT''SACRIFICES"! -.: ;TwflT4> J thorI > OAUO-vTwo'boy* aalta. '-7ear corner Lak. ,and A".rhol..7as
I .oVa-bUred brown '',]_L I sb.rn pallets. old sue-velvet'one. dark bin. ore ..U.: ' ,U:' 3
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