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 28, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01035
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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QacllcdjDaarle Hold!, ,Conditia Excellent If tomorrow'' threaten' sorrow why try t., trouble borrow?\, Forced Subject .to', Pesrneaeawat Areas, s... Brief' Fact
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W.; Griffin- .take issue .Tha.. .advertisedmeeting--- of the Don't you know that's. just the, way(to spin ',the beans) The veter 'of Kisaimmee liave ex- O}damar.: October/," _RollinV l : .,,-.<

|e with The Gazette regarding stockholder**of the. Merchants and To be sure. chouldn't hurry in .your ,curry towaldi the worry- pressed themselves in no unmeasured Hill, president of the Hill Oil'* :Ge*, ,
1 plan a* eqt out, from Tamp\, -Farmer Bank wa."' held Saturday you y terns as .favorable to the .collectionof i Company; tolls of the investigation*,
L there i* proposed a hugh combination afternoon, according to the call sent That limply serve to put you 'ia' a "sweat.:, -, the ,taxes ,that have, for a longtime that ha"lIeen'mad..to' ''discover 'on
", to handle groceries through out--and' nearly everyone interestedIn bee ,, due the city -' and -Che I in ]Florida! In. '***t year.,. Mr.. Hill;!'
eut central' F1d :ida. :The plan has the institution' financial standingwas If you"fail to say: "Good Morning! and seem scorning: -here's awarning question being daily asked: "When has alt'the''. data' and facts at his
been briefly,outlined In .thi paper. present. _The .former president, 'I.4 wilt, action be taken'.by the cityat-; finger 'end.,' showing enttr*', fanuV
As made public in the TampavTrifcune M. S., Lanier was' represented by. his : < ' ., V torney regarding the, matter?". liarity"wlth the'history' of'the' oil development .
there has bees "a Joining of i is. attorney, W. B. Crawford. Regret will be 'the only thing you'll;, get I. ' The matter of commencing ,the ; work: ,in this ,itato HI*\
esof.: :-.- .:: Iargewoleesleocers :The--mfftlnt-'wa.: ...ft:: xtendedGII.a. '-- --:-' --- -===' -- -- ,-, collection_ofth.se_debt* owing ,the decision_to, drill a deep oil well at
? in that city, with the ulti- i* then waa:much to be considered e1ty-fOr'th. tax**=* -or-whlclt"go Oldsmar,baled" in'artiipon': this'
mate intention of locating in several in' rebuttal 'of the many rumors THORN back, Bnasjr years-cannot be takenup knowledge. "
cities in central Florida supply which had been spread broadcast. till the council take ,official action He started to make.observations r
f stocks In large quantities with the Much .of, the discussion was of a ... : regarding''.proposition.' At for on In Florida away back,in 1914
promise ofmsupp1ying groceries,. at a private nature -andwaa,, to a .condderable last month' meeting of the',council in connection.with Dr.' Jame Sampson '
lower price than where the goods extent, pertaining the the matter was carried over upon the of Saint' Petersburg. Mr.,Hillcovet.d'the
.an, be handled ,by. the ;wholesaleM6use action,. or reputed action, of .M.'S.anier STORM" -'EXACTS HEAVY TOLL the determination of several mem I district around 'Oldmarand
\ already established. By this former-- president of the hers t -of that body. The resolution north to Dade City in the print'
action there would be wiped out all I bank. The sale! of the building from. for( the preliminary work had ,been of 1915 sin, connection' with E. J.'
the local wholesale houses which Lanierfto the institution was' declared prepared by the. city attorney: but Harple'of Tampa. B...E. Goodrich,', .
have been financed at a considerable annulled, and arrangements were : it was passed. for the time. a geologist from- Oklahoma made- an '
oost and there- would apparently I made for a return of the $7,500 FROM INLAND TO THE COASTTaaipa's'Leu The next meeting of the council: oil survey from Tampa to Dad ,City
then be no other source of supply for which had, been collected a* the first will be held on next Tuesday evening in 1917. ?;' c
retailers except the combination I:payment. Other matters ota: personal 1 '. and at that time there will be The Roxana Petroleum Company;..
Louses 'who 'wOuld make such prices nature between the bank and a determined effort to' have officialaction asubsidiary. of the D\lnde'*, 011 Company
lIJ wa deemed fit. i AT. Lanier were adjusted to the ..at.Isfaction taken' in the matter.. There both of them autaktearie*, ef
Exceeds A Million Dollar of Fruit Raiad
Mr. Griffin declare that the con- of the stockholders of the : Vaet.Qunti6a la 1 really no'rOod! reason for side- the Dutch Shell Oil i Company ,bad
aummation of the proposed plan institution-and, the fact wa made From Tree and Rained: Kiuimme' and 0ceola Conaty ConiesFi.a.chd stepping the matter-for the city is their geologiit-make' a survey in 1918fromV
would be advantageous: ;to all retailer manifest that the bank would lose LM In need of fund which.by Tight belong the Gulf;: oil= Mexico ,to Ocala
in central Florida He say: no funds because of any acts of the to it. There must be some time and t* 'Travare.. As a result of
"The Gazette was surely 'oft in former president. -- lost in the preliminary work+.and it their finding they started ''an' oil t+.'
condemning the: plan of combination. In every way"the bank wa* found In a decade) no such storm has I protection and in the dark;, and the ia i of great importance that the work well near BushnelL Thi wa drilled -.
,If this plan i* carried out the hug ;to bean a. good financial condition- struck the west coaat with such awful damage is estimated at''a sum in be started. j down 3.000 feet, the only well ever
'.eoncern can. secure the good handl- and those interested in the concernare force and *o great a loss a* the excess of one million dollar The work of collecting the"delinquent drilled in this section of the coua-
'.j "d in trainlot in place of carlots proud of the growth of business storm which commenced on, Monday In Lakeland' there was a damage 'taxe* i. but a. matter. of form. try for oil by oil men. ,'At 1,900 feet
ar it can arrange to take the ,entire the bank has made in spite of var- afternoon and reached its highest that has -not yet been estimated. A Bvery lawyer: in the city took part found a allowing of oil in connection:
eutput of various plants. In such 'ious handicaps since its first forma- point at midnight on Tuesday. situation like that in Tampa-only In preparing' the bill that was "'.... with large quantities of water. Af
case the good would be bought at :ion. Numerous change have been The d.mawaa appalling in many in a lesser extent was reported ed by the Vast session of the legislature 2,100 V feet they encountered a boulder
,II lower price than where mailer 'made since its birth-necessitated by nstanceo--and while the' loss of life from that pretty city; 'and- In Orlando ; consequently no lawyer canmorally.taka.a.caseagainsLtha..city formation similar-to the boulder
quantities were secured-thereby enabling I'conditions unforeseen; and changes wa wonderfully small-there having there. waa_a. bad ..condition-. _In formation :..oil sands In..Tamplco.: .
lower prices to the retailers in a financial institution are apt to thus far been but three persona en- Kissimmee there was a throwingout as regard the payment that i* but Mexico.' 'c. '.'
and consequently lower rates to the ring about weakness rather than umerated-the financial loss was I of commission ,late Tuesday afternoon just and ,, right. All that any attorney This well 'Is t watched very closely ,
consumer. engender strength. Notwithstanding immense, while the loss to the citrus. the entire electric service can d* 1 ia to see that the claimof by ldJo;- HiI1.nd'h.: has' a log of it;
. "The papers are continually howling all drawbacks, and rumors which crop was disheartening and the wiping because of the danger by fallen tat city 1 i. ja-t. -and then advise in 'other word, a record of the .various ,
about the 'proflteering' among have been circulated the bank is now out of much ornamental growth wire so heavily charged that many his client.-povided he had a client strata of rock passed through
the grocers yet they are now opposing on a firmer footing than .ever .be; -I will take year to overcome. deaths might have occurred had the '0' silly: as to dlspat a just bUlto in drilling down 2,100 feet the loiri '
the very plan that would fore it is asserted and the directorate The weather, bureau'' warning that current been maintained to supply.. pay the claim and see that he verified : by 'their .engineer 'andthelrchlet'drlU.rAfterTthtl".U '
bring lower prices on the necessities and the stockholders have every the disturbances sweeping into the even' portion of the city.; -- .1 had a clean elate: 'No lawyer is the '
s ef life. In my opinion there is nothing confidence ia the proposition.At I gulf was deemed one of those .instances The roof of the Tampa Times was : city after he, had taken part in pl'8parlne wa completed it was .the conccnsua r f.
better than the project that is the special meeting on Saturday where little harm would result carried away by the eighty-mile gale a Measure for the city to secure -< of' opinion' that it''wa ,located In* a'
being perfected in T.mpa.d every the following directorate wee -a* customary; but the, eighty- -and the Tribune suffered so greata what was a Just and square .syncline and that they had drilled n ,
clear-thinking .man will reach the chosen: R. E. Grabel, president; R. mile gale, carrying a heavy precipitation loss that it was necessary to issue bill, could take action: against the too r far'" southeast. : 'of the mall ,oil iWveture.
JKAtne conclusion later on." Woodbery, vice-president r; J.-1 M. of rain, appeared to' strike its edition from Plant City.: The city--for such a'' move would ,chew .. 1 .. *> "
What assurances could be made Willson. cashier; Dr. C. D. Christ, R. with awful force in Tampa; and pen- Telegram, of. Lakeland, maaged to that he had purposely left ,an open- 'A well w*. drilled ,in' Klssimrnee in
'.<' that once th. many smaller wholesale G. Minick.. etrated a* far inland as Lakeland. to get put a small paper before its ing for his own aggrandizement 1915 to'' a depth of.1,2oo' feet-and
houses were wiped out the, in- On Monday evening there was an It even vented a little of its strengthupon power.plant was knocked out of ser his ewm financial benefit. wa. abandoned because the driller
"nate greed so strongly displayed extended meeting of the directorate Kissimmoeand ran 'afar north vice; and there were many cities and Consequently It. merely remain did not have facilities to shut off the
,when there is no competitive market during which the policy of the bank aa Orlando-yet in 'both cases were town placed in utter darkness late for the council of this city to order water they encountered at that depth.,
prices would not be placed as high was outlined, and plans for future damages but; trival as comparedwith late on Tuesday-Kiasimmee being work upon certain delinquents to This -well) was drilled because of the
a* could be made This combination work were decided. More publicitywill other localities. among* the number. Hundreds of commence., It i* up to the council aeepage of.-.oil showing- \that vklos
is not being made so! much for appear In'these columns at an Tampa received the brunt of the people minus both lamp and candles -not the eity attorney-to see that tiity and was drilled by oil men"from '
the sake of benefiting humanity as early dot a* the Merchants 'and (tale, and it was in that city that in the storm section of the certain sums .of which the city, i I. in I Pennsylvania, who, unfortunately I V!
it ,I I. to return good' profit to the farmers Bank of Kissimmee i i. determined damage was done that will cost vast state, "went to bed at dark;" while dire need shall be paid i in for th* I did not. start a;hole large enough to
J:inani ulgtori-and the probabilities that the public shall know sums to make the immediate repairs, thousands of grove-owners roamed liquidation of account long past I enable them to shutoff, all, the, water.
that lower prices 'to the grocer and all details! regarding the institution md years of time to replace muchof about their properties with lantern due.. For some reason the matter hey encountered. f-
the ultimate consumer wo.wI'pre- -and there is. *o the executive- force the beauty that waa destroyed and flashlights to estimate as well wa*' paused> at the last meeting of A ,stock company started. a well .
vail are so slim as to createa betief declares nothing to be gained by practically in tweqty-four hours. a* possible the losses that would b* the covaefl; next Tuesday there will I. the vicinity about '1918. This' wll,
that when .It. became .possible there secretivene It ,might bar added Buildings. were unroofed, acre ofilateglass theirs when the storm subsided. be made <* demand that such ordersbe was not completed to the depth intended .: '.
would be a notable increase. that all matters which have in the splintered, basements When day,dawned Wednesday million given the city attorney as will ,the operation being topped,
It- Undoubtedly it is true that until past seemed to mitigate'against the flooded,' paved streets undermined, ; of oranges and grapefruit lay result in the commencement of'' *mit* at 1,500 feet or thereabout This: ,, >
the wholesale houses 'already established {progress of the bank; have been adjusted the 'electric -fklant rendered useless, upon the 'J'bundll a total loss. against such delinquent :a* have; Well had a showing'' of oil which ,.''/ '
are wiped off the slat or <4n a manner 'which reflect the: city Iqyt for hour. without fire (Continued on Pa** Two) shown a disposition to have the matter : came in 'with the water., A' well' "+
,.pushed to a situation of annihilation credit upon the management., ... passed .OY.... ; w** started at Melbourne in 117,V' ;: Ii..
JEv somewhat. lower price ,might pre WELL-KNOWN-PIONEER It i N to be hoped that the next Issue .. I but wa not drilled beyond 800 few." :
,vaiL In such case, however it ia 1 Mr*. E. ..L.. Livermore, who has WILL,MEET TO DISCUSS of The Gazette will carry the. 011 I 1. found in Mexico and .Sowth-: ;
: possible that what waa ,lost by low been; making an extended visit, with FORMATION OF LEAGUE PASSES OVER THE LINE new, that the council i* determined ern Louisiana In the lower) cretaceous : -
price to gain the end ,would beequalized relatives and friends, at Lebanon, " ":'-"'- that. all delinquent! shall be forced .rock. This formation .'crops outs*
'by higher price to reim. Connecticut, returned to, her Kissimmee There i la planned!. to have a meeting Fred.W."Kill, who ha* been,one ef, t.: settle these outstanding account In' Southern Florida; and, Mr. Hill +..
>ure the shrinkage in the jackpot home yesterday --' and is once In the Chamber of Commerce next the reliable residents of this county This ,will give the city attorney .n says; consequently w.'muet.eonclgdt'' ,
Just what: may be the condition in mote to be greeted at the home of Thursday evening at 'eight o'clock for more than thirty year, died at opportunity show that be la sincere that this formation underlie.a large
other cities in South Florida I* not her daughter Mrs. E. G. Vans Ag- For the purpose of forming a WildLife his residence at Narcooisee yester- in to. efforts to see that the portion of the state,or'all of it ."
stated; but It i I.. a fact that no other new, at ,SOI .Main tareet. I League,. which i* being carried day afternoon at four-fifteen o'clock, measure- passed by the legislature. : i*. Johnnie Green saw oil floating'' "
city' in the state is supplying grocers on to a considerable extent in other at the age of sixty-four years,' afteran rigidly eafereed. > the Gulf. of'Mexico for the first ,tint
,at lower prices than is Kissimjee counties of the state. J. M. Willaon illness which had been of but In 1917 and"traced 'It .close to a key.
; Kissimmeer: ha-but.Recently brief'- --of 'hi and-wispyd take II,. Hill out.ther-
FINtAND1FURNISH S' and -VT; -Sandersort are among the : duration; ;At the time : :,
t financed a wholesale house now in prime mever ,in this project, and death he was postmaster-and conducted TRACYMONTSDEOCARECEIVE to tee It, but it was not necessary t*;
active operation which i i. building a are co-operating with Judge T. L. also, a general merchandisestore. how, him.: 'H*',)knew it w..tber,., ,4"
good business at satisfactory prices BEST OF' NEWSPRINT ComerSn the work. There is a gen- A more extended notice will To the novice and to the', ceptl ..
.-and the advent of a monopolistic eral sentiment throughout the city appear later. SENTENCE it may seem that(Florida his no possibility '
.co.cern'would not lower prices for and county that such an organization Funeral services will be held at for finding 'oil.V yet atth
...'.the consumer; at least there ,is. po TO .VALLEY GAZETTE .i is practically\ a necessity if the Rosehill cemetery Sunday afternoonat came time. how will hey explain'the ........,y.
'''nlversal belief that it would. game is to be preserved-and lovers three o'clock.conducted by Friend- ROBBERY-'CHARGE salt'dome 'eldltinlr'.on-.COIoMI e.i.,
Wholesale houses throughout this of sport will have to play fair with ship Lodge. Knight: of Pythias, of 'aimer t property at the head- of' V .\
'district do not take kindly. to the Ton Of .Priat-p;.;;; Arriv at The themselves, and with others in the Kissimmee, of which organizationthe --- Tampa bay? ..Howwill they,explain' ;-.;;;. ..
I proposition of destroying 'their enterprises work of preventing extinction of wild deceased had long been a member. the .tr\ldural'conditlon.'or' in other'
Carpenter Plead Guilty ., Second D
and there Gazette Direct From FiaI... Fer '
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is to be a !gam A general invitation Ie'ex- It was his special request that : words, the rolling. f-country' between .,
yef-sueh-concerns to see what steps Th Paper. Uw ten edJll lovers of game to be :f'his. lodge"take charge ,of his' re gre* ,Harder and Get .A Twenty-, ;' 3Iearwater'and Tarpon Springs; and J
may be taken to overcome the tenta- present at the coming meeting. mains. Year Seateae,* between Oldsmar and Dade City? *
I ,- cf lea of trouble which are stretching It I la a long cry from Finland 'to In accordance with this request Why is not, that 'land flat, like' muck' },1
f Jt.'*,ut towards them. : KJBslmmee and it seems' to be a Chancellor Commander W., S. Graham In the circuit court Charlie Car- of the rest of the, Floridian peninurar .
long distance to haul news-print for the finished product reached the desires that all members of the renter, colored, under indictment for ? Mr. Hill 'say nothing but *ub-;' -
l',, "lfEYl.AmST ORCHESTRA' i a-newspaper'to use-in,its regular ed:. American_ hones_therewasanjntfrely !! \- lodge, welLae-..allKnightB. ;he murder, of his wife, appeared rraneanor internal ;pressure could f.'
MAY ENTERTAIN VISITORS ition; ; yet this week there has been foreign service. It should be Pythias within this jurisdiction,shall without-counsel"-and-W. "'J. Steed : ''ore*-up aitruclureTlike-that;and""'
;;;;;; received at the office of The Kissim- noted, also, that notwithstanding theextremely gather at the hall in this city Sunday was appointed by the court to .appear he ..ku."Ian't! this,internal pranr \
It i I. barely possible that the con- moo Valley: Gazette, several .tone' of long haul the' price, of the afternoon promptly at one o'clock for the defendant Upon advice of I due to cal arising*from oil accumuf> a{
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_ _ which have entertained the peo- I finished product was about the the his entered a atlonrf I
a paper made in' that faraway clime. aame to make proper preparation for attorney Carpenter -
f.erts. Kissimmee Sunjay afternoon For some weeks the readers of The a* would b* charged for the same services. plea l of Murder in the second degree. The gas wellsrecently. discovered ]
years may: be missing' dur Gazette will read from paper quality manufactured in the United The court accepted that plea, and .t, Bushnell ar*' concrete' evldenet i'
ing1 the coining leason-' -and R this i brought that long distance especially States..:-indicating that the shipping Regular meeting of the city council Carpenter was sentenced to twenty that petroleum, i I. here.: : "'The oil nin-T.
hall be the case it is the intention I upon order. cost of ocean freight must be placedat is slated for next Tuesday even- year imprisonment; The murder niag out'in 'the Gulf of) Mexico I*: 4'k' ,
'of the Baptists to offer their orchestra There has been for several ,:years an 'extremely low rata Ing. : was so creel that nothing could have some 'more evidence, and: the,, recent
te the city. There is. already a a shortage of' paper for the use of .. _ prevented the culprit receiving a hot water well at Sebring Indicate J '
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membership, of ten plee.-nd last newspapers-:and as these shortage death.sentence bad the case come to. an oil .country. e'Mr.Hinay-; ". : '
Friday Baptist evening church In.the,Saint body Cloud visited where the became the more frequent the price RAILROAD STRIKE IS (GALLED! OFF ,trial. "Let tai'-'anatyte 'fo'il'.) *in-connection ,' 7
'the of Joe and Rob 1
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became prohibitive. Hundreds of paper case Tracy with hot water..;'Th* famous hot t
they entertained a considerable au have Been forced to suspend because ert Montadeoca, found guilty of robbery ; : water,'1VeU. .. Hot.Springs :job ,
dience. An .offering waq,taken at of the abnormal price charged FEARING CRITICISM' OF THE: PUBLIC .a motion' made ,by tee attorney* northwest.of-tlre ArbnA. oil fleldo4
.that time for th being
*> w parsonage and scores of 'dailies'' have beensold for the defendant for 'a new trial The Ranger pool I ia Just southwest of ti
!erected by that denomination, at a loss' and combined with wee'-denied. tracy.was sentenced to th*'.mineral;...11. -..in Texaa.> <'The-
and Rev. J. A. Sutton that
announce Other which, 'thereby, were enabledto two year in the 'penitentlari'and famous MexCa,,Texa..' field which ia .
." more than,to twenty that fund.dollars..were' tumed' exist because of the larger field. THE RAIL STRIKE .SCHEDULED FOR, SUNDAY OCTOBER 30, Montdoca to.three years. Johnston now bringing;.11"0" well doing 115oo ,- u
over Throughout all this period The Gazette : A: Garrett were'allowed fifty day. .in *t'1'Io"htOt r
|'.| For beginner 'an excellent quality haft continued along the same WAS AVERTED LAST NIGHT WHEN LEADERS OF THE SWITCHMEN which'to prepare a trill exceptions' the 'barrels Marlin' 'hbt"wellt.[I . ..," .' *. en
of: music is being brought out-bu& whack the' bond of"Mont- .'. jlJjJ aka it
line before although such action pending : f'
as TRAINMEN CONDUCTORS Mr."IIill giantktfesof addltionalinformation ,,
there ar'still more member need. was accomplished Only by ENGINEERAND.;: FIREMEN AT A ,,JOINT (deoca was fixed at three thousand ; b..t
which be '
. ed. It doe not necessarily follow :! upon ,
dollar and of
the bond
great effort.* MEETING ADOPTED A RESOLUTION WITHDRAWING ,AUTHORIZATION Tracy wa oil atv
that all members who may. proffer baaed hi. ,decision to drill for
their service* shall be Baptists; what Eyed now, in this country, there i "OF A ; THE placed at two thousand needed member-,- If, It shall I Is a shortage of,paper-not so string : WALKOUT AND 'OFFICIALS OF RAILROAD.TELEGRAPHERS General James,. charged with 'wife eonftdent"then'la I an.oil field in FlatIda'and .,. \
r yg a p pen .that :an- orcbeetra of'the rCtjxiired *- ent, it i* true a* before;at the present ANNOUNCED THEY WOU D ;TAKE SIMILAR ACTION, desertion, was found ,guilty. Hi b*"determined to ,,get .ttTbTre.will -;:, iA ti
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sUhH. be formed there I* time-but promising to become entence waa on. ,hundred dollar
," every probability'' :.that;J. 'D.-Wood-, < embarrassing. This.invoice ofRpapefrom'FinlanlWill' THESE .WERE THE,. ONLY UNIONS WHICH HAD upJ"A aDd'.e t&1'f;: ,' .;: ', :',-vtf! ., ; "b-a; 'special .'meeting' i4j'-
beck will take tie pUyr* In.,hand=I relieve thee pns- ' ;,. < ,...." "James ;Wright; indicted for"aa8 ult the county. commissioner held tomorrow '
,..,. and there-. I consequently,' 'a Lie .ur. to some:mail 'extent;. andtta; 'STmE..t. .I: .tJ:; :.J '..{.'. . ... . with ,Intention commit .-mtirder- morning for thpurpose. Clt ,
.. opportunity ..In .Impronarent'along Ppl*'wttl ae*..*.. ford ..made paper OFr-.tuE1sTm :WAS the .fljrstt,,4gr* v 'pleaded guilt? to considering rbids, on.;bLake ., .. ?the", ;7;. <
.;: 'musical line.. ,,.. "/, \ % ,: fora.domestic uew. Unless the fact THET VOTE.;CALLING UNANIMOUS BT ORCANlZAtlONS aggravated"aaaanlt, "and ;was sentenced Wilaon district k t
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? Lakelanddvertls rbrf *' ofMBjrTuesdayTi different** tb, pl'OCM8' of manafactottf RA11i80ILA ;THE OFFICIAL? ."oaJING": 'Mr*.. i. *,4 D.v .-
OcUber $0. rri&,.Kislmme M ver >lmlliar through' tit TRAINMEN,y ANNOUNCED." ... one of a troop forming a'pleasant c. to apend the winter,'and wU| e--E "..'
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F ;:woman,",is normally onefourteeathof ; HA vr AIDED MULTITUDESChapters TO HAVE ITS OWN.WEEK'Comme'ncing ty-four hours was connected about Gazette First, an accommodation to have a good-sized payroll/ is;wejl) .. :
her hiefcht. : c one 'o'clock, and work was .hastened interested: ,as it will be well derstood. and this m1.sgbet 1111
... 'I' .' .. of the"'louthern division Monday. November in order to regain lost time'and determine .. equipped for work and also it will mess for f f r
of the Red Cross have helped 144,96< 7, and continuingv through the closeof if the publication could be briny work to Florida] that; now goes Times-Union. \
men to get back to normal life' and< business on the following Satqr laud on time. The Casino was ,able I ;
In a great percentage of these case dy .has been '''1. as "Sub crlbe' for to jnake a showing' on Wednesday' :f
o it: is the work.of the Red Cross which Your Home Town Paper Week,"and evening and the main portion of! FLORIDA : ,
permitted the veteran, or the member The,Gazette together with.. the thousands the city was light, as usual;.. but ORLANDO - : .
of his family to receive.. the mo- of country newspapers the some sections of the .city were forced ,f
netary compensation t< the !government United' States over there are not to adopt the same means for -illumination ., .rla.n4o ,
Individual. this s
lit' givesj *- far from '15,000 of them, weeklies as on the previous. even Oom..ercl and vlclllU reports,. (Or ftfty on (miles. are for salesy Asa..cclatioa at
When the peace' time program for and. small dalles-is to participate. the rate of tl.00 per report.. Check to acoompany reque.t. '
the. year was outlined it was deter- The purpose of the campaign is TIle storm of Tuesday October' THE ORLANDO CREDIT ASSOCIATION,'ORLANDS;) ,
mined to make soldier relief work not only to induce resident of th; will be an era of ,history which will -,\
the paramont idea' of the. organizaUon. small. communities and the hometown be remembered in conjunction with
The Red Cron is chartered to 'folks] ..who are.far .from their the "big' freeze"-although] .far less ,_ ;_ -- _-' --__ ----- <-- J f.1,
'' .serve during: periods of great nation. native heath to subscribe for the crushing In its results., '''
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al stress or local disaster. The war home paper, but also to emphasize
had ended; but the results of war the Important place the home (Newspaper MACHINE. WILL', : 1 1THAT
were still with the nation.: The Red plays In'. 'the life of its com-! BRING GOOD PUBLICITY INSURANCE 1
Cross conceived that it owed the munity. I ,
same or a higher duty to the ex-ser: This campaign has'the hearty support Kissimmee is looking; forward to "':
vice man, who was struggling! and co-operation not only of: I the coming of Belndorf A: Company PROTECTSSERVICEe "
against the handicaps of shelltorn the newspapers but thousands of: with a machine shop to be removefrom
x '1b I body, gas-eaten lungs, and artillery ministers and school principals and Litchfield Illinois to Florida.] F
r racked brain in his battle to meet many state agricultural colleges and. The plan for removal was brought ?
K Three Inseparables conditions of a practical world, thatit Farm bureau organizations. up some time ago, and it has been
gave so efficiently when that man 'Some persons it Is, pointed out changed one way and another until THAT SATISFIES .
4' One far tnlldtiessVIItGINIAn was wearing his uniform'and fight have been inclined to belittle the the idea was thought abandoned. .. 't
ing his country's fight, and the Red place and function of the country Now' The Kissimmee Valley Gazette -rLUPFERS' -- '
OnefotmdOWneSLBURLEY{ Cross realized that with the national newspaper. They have not realized tells that the. original plan has been, j:
"' re-action tram.war condition the sol that in reality the home paper is a renewed and after obtaining some INSURANCE AGENCY
'One for aroma.Tt1RK.JSH dier and his cause mllst'Buffer unless community institution and that it concessions from the city the firm is i.:
$ r 'Tha finest tobacco some great humanizing agency took enables the other institutions suchasthechurchandtheschooland ready to move its extensive plant to ooooou 00000.004 UOUUUUU 0 00.. 0 toO 0..0000..0+. $

perfectly particular and1Ie
'aged and blendedIQforlS' this This didn't year happen.$10,000,000 was spent by effectively.the rest to function That it is better a necessity and more if .000..0..toO..0400000..4. .40; ;;;; ;. 0400 u OOO.OOO. OOOOOOO OO.O OOOOO 'OOO r

tile Red Cross on soldier relief. Next the..town is to advance. .
: year the appropriation for this 'Work From this' date until the com- '
will, of necessity, be larger. On mencement of "Subscribe for Your l
that account the officials at. Division Home Town Paper Week" The Ga-
Headquarters 'are expecting and llette"will send free several copies of T.ENREASONS !
.''Zz'eI ::::- working for -unanimous response his paper to any addresses brought
on the part of southern people when to this office. During that week The :
*Ill rdutNZE.r the Red Cross roll is called on No- Gazette will make 'a special offer .
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it I vember 11.PORTECTION. which no one,either present subscribers ,

..0000..0000000000.00000, IS NEEDED afford or to prospective miss. The subscribers coming week can is = why should buy a :
FOR BIRDS AND SQUIRRELS receiving excellent propaganda in you \

every portion of the United States-

: ''R Estate ill sanctuary Kissimmee fares it within with has the the established boy city whose limits a slingshot bird and and interest there in is the being movement.awakened 'great Florence Oil Cook Stove \ 4S

or air rifle has taken the life or MONUMENT I
Some tree-environed homes in Sarasota '.
have a wealth of birds, bringing DEDICATION. NEXT WEEK "
even maimed a bird or squirrel.! -
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Uuder the auspices of the Florida
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pleasure to the owners. Another decided -
$' "fiVl'1" asset to the city is, the numberof division of the United Daughters of
d Confederacy and the William Henry It is safe.
.4 squirrels that are so gentle that !
that
Milton of
< Sold Exchanged, and taxes ', many will eat from one's hand, and Chapter organization t1;.
there will be excercises of great importance -
; yet complaint is made that some have j
w a paid. Attention given to assessment > been killed from pure thoughtlessness at Marianna next Wednesday Easy tq keep clean. ,
when the monument erected in
on the_part of boys whose only reason 1
s w w' and valuation. We for destroying life is to see if he commemoration. the "Battle of.larianna" Uses asbestos rings-no wicks. '
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"could hit it." Our squirrels and will be dedicated.<< This {
aj will look after and rent your birds will be ]largely attended from not only -
need
more protection. Sarasota
+ Times. all portions of the state-but from Conserves fuel-burns kerosene. .
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property
t you. outside the state as well will there t
TWO NEW ENTERPRISES thousand congregate to witness the '.

INAUGURATED BY BRYAN unveiling. Powerful burners easily regulated. r .
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E. C. ('Gene) Bryan and H. O. STORM EXACTS HEAVY TOLL Burners close up to cooking.Continuous ;;,
a .r'r Estes have formed a partnership at FROM INLAND TO THE COAST
ti, Haines City for the purpose of crysaHzinjr. .
: ,; grapefruit peel and handling] (Continued from Pas: One) pipe line-no I leaks. i
AULTMAN the output by parcel post. The company -
1T One report in Kissimmoe .stated thatin

A._ ; I mitted is fbr having labels special for the designs containersan4 sub- City all there the country was an south eighty of percent Haines Neat, compact, sturdy and ,well built. ,

+ "KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA is intent upon putting out a oss-but this be somewhat ex- '. ;
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.. package that will not only advertise ggerated: yet it is certain that millions Tested at the factory-fully ''guaranteed.,
4 ..0000..00000000..00..0 Its !goods but will bring Florida] and of dollars were completely'- 1
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City into much prominence nihilated during the storm, in the
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in quality.Mr. Polk county the loss will]) be ]legs'-'" ,f.
has
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Bryan
'LUMBER- recently -
although J. H. Milliard, of Hilliard'nIsland
e and has had patented a carrier on Wednesday said that }he
to bp used SOLO BV
; in the parcel post estimated that' in his grove there .i'
department of the snail serviceandin
were! fully two thousand boxes of oranges '
which anything, no matter how lying on' the ground. If reports :
,"OR. EVERY ragile; may be transported The any distance intended from all the groves in the county ., W., B. MAKINSON COMPANY ,
h in safety. carrier is -
shall render a proportionate less
,Building Purpose primarily for citrus fruit! and the financial condition of the owners .
i'l yell become, so it. is asserted "uni-, the ',io.
versally used those fruitIn of citrus groves will be; placed at a : The "'Hardware"Near Depot .
W. ,have the stock and the grade at by. sending low ebb; and all returns from .thosepassing '
small quantities. It.has the ad,
,";' the right price.. We will cheerfully vantage of re-useand; goods may be groves, all along of the which highways were abutting heavily h. . ..o..o'tOtOOUtoooo oooo oo ". oo. .oooooo...a*00.00- 'il
: .. furnish estimates. sent and over '
over again times '
't t many ,
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before it loses its usefulness. .
}: ; lUMBm..COMP'NY well-covered wUh-the fallen fruit. .t r .
WOODWARD [ With a good press-manager for '
these two Even that 'remaining on the.trees. I .,.
enterprises Mr. Bryan a j
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feels that he will be able to start
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because of the constant harflmering/ :

J. W. THOMPSON owner national before bank many with years himself have as pffBS-sole and be difficult the loss to in determine Osceola county for some will

ed. time. A Beautiful 1 100-Piece Dinner Set Ill; !

p.l: Funeral Director COMMISSION GOVERNMENT was The very local damage light-,....aside in Kissimmee from(' the

EMPHATICALLY ENDORSED breaking' of the .'.electric wires. A
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j- '' Mr. ana MrsT: H. W. TJefrow; for- portion- of the brickfront Of the .
; 1ICENSCD EMBALMER merly of Shingle Creek, later of Kis- store of H. Clay Stanford was blown ABSOLUTELY FREE 3
,.1 simmee where Mr. Morrow'we.. with over; some damage was done to the t
; ,a ,t;. .Store and Chanel Stewart Ave. the Matkinson Campanyand at present veranda of the Manhattan hotel; the
streets and avenues were covered .
KISSIUMBEL FLORIDA of Miami, have been Spending the
,' \ . here with debris! of moss and small '
where of
week are guests
F J. H. Eby, father oft Mrs. Morrow, branches of the trees; a few treed I The Successful KeyWill !. lt
were uprooted; a portion of the '
and "old-time friends. .
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% Morrow tells of what he believes lard-surfaced highway in the Cape '
Mr.
: : BROAD WAYGARAGE[ Is going to pull Miami out of the fi- Breeze addition was undermined and make yon the prone! possessor of this beautiful 100 Piece Set. We want to fpcrcate oar basinets, rl

anojal hole in which it finds itself fell into the lake-thereby creating I hence this remarkable offer-no increase in prices oa account of this offer. ,, },.
-and that is a commission form of a very dangerous spot at that point; \'
government, and is strong in his belief but there was no great damage felt- .
Please Note
t so far as reported. Because of this ft' 'A
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AUTO PAINTING CARS WASH-' Trough such a form of government fact, Kissimmee may consider herself SEE THIS SETON
I ti T3D, AUTO REPAIRING. RADI access is bound to follow.)] "That isthe very fortunate; nevertheless( No advance in prices on account

a ATOR REPAIRING thing which will] prove suc- KisBimmee will]) feel the tightened of this remarkable offer. Ia fact x.
grse-stririgs from the citrus grow. EXHIBITION
essful/- -said Mr.Morrow,- when '
we will put on Special Bargaias ,
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en who werereckoning an excellent .
"ty upon
l STORAGE BY WEEK questioned. "I lived in Osceola county -
4m DAY OR .
m yield with high from time to time.Watch. Y, R
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MONTH AT
pricell. OUR STORE
have been reading The Gazette--
The packinghouse of the Florida :
P F and must congratulate the paper on ForThem
OUR PRICES'ARE REASONABLE the way \lit is conducting matters; Citrus Exchange will feel the effects \,
} fi IN EVERY DETAIL AND and I will say that when Kissimmeewill of the ]lessened crops. There will be Y
i ,:r rr WE' WILL GUARANTEE TO adopt such a form of govern- less money distributed among. the HERE IS WHAT THE SET CONTAINS :
ment the people will be better off. employees] because of a duller and
;, PERFECTLY SATISFY YOU ]e upplied season; but it is Probable --000--
y This is not intended as a slam] How you can secure this Beautiful -

', BROADWAY GARAGE against are the doing present the board best; the they members can.- slightly that damaged the owners will receive of groves a; high-but 12 Plates, Measure 9 in. .1'Cov, Veg. Dish, 2 pieces Set absolutely free. With f

$ u i.Ev'iil F. M. But the commission form with a er price for the fruit that shall ben : 12 Coup Soupes 1 Nappy, Measures 9 in each and every cash purchase of
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> manager who knows his 'business good condition. Vegetabe'car- 12 Plates Measure 7 i_. : $2.00 at this store, we will give
dens harmed far less exI 1 Baker Measures
? ? will)] greatly benefit the city." were a 9 in. '
tent than had been expected and 1 12 Cups the customer a 'key. One of these
there is every belief that shipments 1 1 Baker Measures 8 in. keys thus given away will be the M '

from the co-operative plant will coninue. I 12 Saucers 1 Cov. Butter 3)yieces t12 key that will unlock the lock and
I Bananas were severely damaged I Fruits, Measure 6 ia. the of this be-
-in this district--and in many 1 1 Sauce Beat possessor key'wil|
t ; 4 Nice Homes For Rent.,. . instances where the plants) had gained Individual Butters come the owner of this beautiful 3'
considerable for matinee I 1 Picl e'Diet : 180 Piece '
a height, as, 1 Cov. Sugar 2 pieces Set.
in.the garden of W. B.
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3R I 1 Cream 1 Gravy Bowl, 36s Come and the t
THREE FURNISHED HOMES riB, many of them war laid almost see the set also
? flat from the force of the wind. Meat Platter. lock on exhibition at our store. r
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EiP ; d. and Throughout Tuesday! the wind was Bring in Your Keys on the Day

4 ,' TWO THAT ARE UNFURNISHED not might severe be. a'-sudden except gust where sweeping there 1 Meat Platter j i Measures I 1m. iaw and, Date Set-Watch for the Announcement -

off the Jake with nothing to break 11 --and See if Yon Hold.
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Successful; Key That Unlocks
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> THESE SHOULD BE SEEN IMMEDIATELYFor Decoration Beautiful Peacock Deafen
.' '. o'clock, however the gale became the ,Lock That Makes You ,the
the more emphatic, and from that One Blue and One Red Band Happy Efissesaor 'of TKWBeaetl-, \, : "
until close to 'midnight' the increase r.

action and deal it will '
quick legitimate
1 : pay you to tee me "wu' ,perceptible /.From that JI JItlm. .. .... .,.. _" " ; .r. *' :ft ; o- ' + fulDinr Rat.__ ..

; : : ,F.. "' D; # hour until "heud.,1Jehteame there -was a gradual there lessening>waanothing I. SALE. _, BEGINS' SATURDAY, AT y, OUa\KISSIMMEB..'!) . STORE;; ;;
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VAN VALKENBURGH REMARKABLE WILD ANIMAL I POLK COUNTY PLANNING' I were' authoriz.d,I Igress and came ..'
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IN WITH KOUWEN-HOVEN THRILLS IN NEW TARZON TO PRESERVE ITS'CAME a complete surprise* to prohibition'r
-' I -I forces. In making the promulgation.
i Melbourne m.tbe; all right for Manager Eades. of the Casino, 'The Polk County Game Protective Secretary Mellon -said the"'department -.';
: P. K. Van Valkenbnrgh, secretaryand flounces the coming of ah-I :. S deli. 4 .I.Ia organization adopted a.constitution -''I. was unable .to' withhold .the'--
manager of the Florida Automo of Tarzan," the latest and gre >and' by-laws and; elected perma- regulations longer' in view of.''the.
bile Association organiser of the serial based on "The Return of lTarzan" nent officers: E. L, Hulme, president i "plain rights of the parties concerned .
: .' Florida lrI'utul' Automobile Insurance by Edgar Rice Burroughe.'Produced ; J., Bunyan Smith, vice-presi ,"
\'. : Company, and editor of the in fifteen chapters and thirtyone R '3 dent; E. E. Luck, secretary; and T. '-
r Florida Motorist, has located in Mel reels, "Adventures of Tarzan" I D.- Haynes, treasurer. The constitution "DOLLAR LIMIT STORE" -:
.I bourne with, the intention'of becom- ,stars Elmo Lincoln, the originator, adopted provides for, an execut STILL A 'PERSONS'.SHOP! :
,: ing a permanent fixture. He knows of Burroughs' famous fiction character -: tive committee and, prescribes the '
I t': a good thing when he seeis it, and the on the screen. Tike aerial is saidto I Ie Ih Ir duties of the officers and .the power I There' has some rumor that '
people of Melbourne are alwaysJn a I contain a remarkable number of of the organization, and from the the old original "Dollar Limit Store"had
r. reciprocal mood.. wild animals, headed by the famous sentiment expressed it is hoped thatit passed out' of the control of the
. It I.'worth while to note the fact, ,ape Joe Martin; Tantor, the largest : will spread all over the county, as orii'inator-tha' George W.; Persons'
tool that 60,000 of the official map elephant in the world, and Nuna the I a provision was made allowing each was no longer Intimately associated
I and log booklets of the Bee Line : lion. Joe Martin has delighted thou- town that-desired to have a vice-pres with, its management. ,. Those who
Highway, with an attractive advertisement sands of movie goers with his iptel- ident and a part in the executive had done business with "George" for d'
o !, .Vrt,... of Melbourne and Indialantic ligence and wonderful acting ability, business df the organizationThe many years, heard the story,with re-
- By-The-Sea on the back cover, while Tantor and Numa will amaze 'oath of the members is such' gret for they feared there..would, '''
, are being widely circulated. the patrons of the Casino by reason that each one agrees not to shoot be other changes to follow. When' '
.; : Mr, Van Valkenburg, before becoming I of the unusual stunts, they perform birds 'out of season, and this ques- questioned regarding the tale ,Mr.
connected with the State Automobile in "Adventures of Tarzan." In ad- tion was discussed thoroughly when i Persons said ". 'j. "
Association,' was interested I dition to these beasts of the jungle, it' was stated that one member had "There Is nothing to tta'nd'70U'
;.. in ocean beach aub- vlslona at Lo this latest Elmo Lincoln serial has I turned in his fee of $5 but refused i may tell the hundreds of people who
, ""t.. ; Angeles, and now that he has con pvmas, leopards, crocodiles. wild tosignthe-oath stating that it was have made my shop theirtrading-"
nected with Ernest KouwenHoven.also oars,- monkeys, tebrasgi up to the organization to' catch him. place that things are to. beas .tney
t from Los Angeles, some of that raffs, camels and other denizens at Ills money was ordered returned and have always been. 'Merely; because -
' far-west jazz and pep will be introduced I the wild. The openln1.episode in his name given as Mr. Kibler. It I have branched out ,is 'no' slea thatI
. '1 In Melbourne and at Indialan- three reels, Jungle Ro is said that he had stated that he am deserting my first friends; and i
tic By-The-Sea. mance" will be shown next Monday, would kill all he pleased _on his own the''DollarLimit'Island;: will remain..
I. : These men are planning' a cornL I to be followed by a new episode every place; but -he"'may change hl..mlnd under my personal supervisions If
paign of advertising their properties week for the next fourteen when taken- before Judge Holland,at there is a difference arising between, y'
.. / ?,..; at Indialantic Beach, 'which is deed weeks. Manager Eades promise* Bartow, for the judge fined Phil the store and any patron 111.adjust
I : tined to. help materially in putting this serial to be the greatest chapter # Langford $64 and costs for shooting it, as I have always done; in fad I ' -
d, Mel me.before the public in a favorable film play he bas ever presented. birds on his own place, just three of am in sole charge -= although. of,
, light. Mr. Van Valkenburghas The final episode of "Do Or Die," 'em, and claimed he was out training course, I have a good man to look' Y
, .: had long expedience as a publicity the Eddie Polo Series, entitled "The his .puppies.-Lakeland Star. I after all general matters. Mrs. Mary r
Hidden Treasure," will also beahcwn A.. Tucker haa' been to, '
:\ t .. man and he can be depended UD- : engaged, care
j -on to attract attention this way. He and the feature attraction AND LAKE. WORTH HAS for the women patrons, and 'aU ,cue a
t -I and Mr. Kouwen-Hoven not only own for the day will be "Carmen Of The FOUR FINE GARAGESWe assured that '''com
\; and: control the Indialantic Beach Klondike," a big north"western subject plete satisfaction will always be accorded -' t'-S
t, properties, but the magnificent new find considerable interest in them by her.. But. i' should"be the story of-a Miami traveling man borne in mind that be''
! ::1 E bridge: which spans the Indian riverat Ishall, on.
this place. They have placed an MANY COUNTERFEIT BILLS who' makes Lake Worth frequently, hand very nearly all the time." '
'. I' .. order for a large number.of road t NOW BEING CIRCULATEDIn His auto was afflicted with generator -
trouble.As .
r be placed along .the Dixie I I PERTAINING TO CHURCHES
I r& Highway! and the cross-state highway full acco-r-.ith; 'the many .T"er he tells it he went to one gal'ap '
s ,- leading in all directions from ::1 crimea that are covering air portion I and the "ex* rt." on generatorstold .Presbyteriaa, Ckurcli;
.. him it 'shot "'
'Melboume. pf the entire country counterfeitersare .sows'To: was all to pieces,' -
a Mr. Van Valkenburr .aid' : "Nego- I I plying their vocation with mush bring 'befere the country'; In :Lull l form the vast problem It la helping and there was nothing to do but buya Rev. W. .H. Preset., Pastor.'. *

I 11 1 tiations are now being carried on cleverness, and the treasury department te serve" the American Red Cress has prepared for Its Annual Rell Call, new one for $48.60. He went to .
another and was told the 10:00 a. m.-Sunday school, ,
garage armature I
is worried. Too much care ,
wjth hotel people at Philadelphia, Nov. 11 te :24, a peter hewing, howrath.r. than diminishing the'total of '
. and it seems reasonably certain (hat ,, cannot be exercised in scrutinizing aid continues Cross needed rewinding-for $17; 11:00L m. Worship. Subject: .
Werld War veterans entitled te Federal te grow. Red a thrid decided 'Remembering' Our Past.** *
an entirelynew
bills received. The secret service garage
..... we are going to secure a $200,000 I I the federal has Service te these men' ooetlno$10jDOO,000 a year. armature was needed for $28. '1:00p. m.-Christian EndeavorTopic /- r
IS 1'' . hotel-erected on' property o1fend..by1IjIf' I staff of treasury! II______ ________ __ __ . _ But the fourth said the : "What We Know'About God.".
t for hotel Ho/stated1!. aent.the 'following warning broadcast I ------------------------ --------,------------- --- garage only ,
' us his purposes. I thing the matter with the blamed 7:30 pm.. -Sermon,. .Subject:.' .l.
r: further that office war receiving' who "Scrutinize: all v :bills closely. Holda GAZETTE DISCARDS ALLANONYMOUS articles pertaining to the good of thing was a burned-out coil, or something *Hills and Valleys. :'

v' to inquire build dailfrom homes at persons IndialaBtic genuine note to. a light and observe I ARTICLES tho people, the city, the county, the equally as. trival. The me- 7:30 p. m.-Wednesday. Prayer
state but it does not desire theses chanic there fixed It for '70 Choir'
of them having in mind homes the fine silken texture. If you -- ; himrOB"/ p. m +Friday. Vprac-, 1l?
many textureor I Some unknown; writer has sent on politics or dissentations upon any anteed the work and' charged him
i" :for all, yearlyoundv: ,' / receive.with a blurred note with outlines coarser on the design The )'Gazette aiwartiele composed of religious sects. Such things are Useless $4.60.-rLake Worth Herald. St. J...'. (EpU: opal. ). Ckarcfc. ., + .
J.jo SILVER .ON14TED'y" it'. extracts from other writers" in which -and their discussion, never '
CUP open to lI suspicion. y11Lg1AUKEEI Rev. L. H> Klrkby, Rector
taken in convincing always terminate In bard BOY
legibilityfor ,
"You can detect raised notes by great pains were .
TO HIGH SCHOOL TEAM remembering! that $10 bills bear a the penmanship is excellent. oil religiousdenominationswhere AND SHOUTIT..WILDLY, Twentthirdsd;;;; 7 'after''Trln9:45 : -. ,
j;.. ; W. W. Rose,Winter I. i Park, has I I picture of Jackson, f 20 'of Cleveland The article discusses points from the they are real- MANY HAVE ILL SYMPTOMS it- ',--
of franklin: an4 time of Aristotle, passing! on through ly-religious; and it believes that.aman.maV -Charch.Schoot, ., ,
): ',. offered, and' his .offer has been accepted -. 'BOof Grant, $100 ; a. ; .
:. \ '. by R. W. Greene/ director,.of i, $500 of ..Marshal). the daysof. Huxley-an .
>student activities Rollins College, "- Pont; depen .>teo .much on the'rjng't ring into Pastor Russell's 'fads and brand of polities'= except the dam. legal status today through the'unexpected .enjce. '.'The rector," officers 'and !!;
i ,! *..silver cup to' become the.propettgn In detecttog-false' t eOins. Rnn fancies;and sideswiping theDeclarr bolshevic.' ) ..v '? ,a;action;l'by 4.the., treasury-* eon veptiO are expected :to visit at .;.
: 1.... ;''of;',the 'kighschool ballteam which I your fingers over the surface. If ation of,Independence.: -There seems Ail communications' ., be signed pertinent in.. promulgating'; regulations that hour*Haines; City, there to join ." .
+ ,; """ 7... "ahall; win the trophy1 three;times. ,It ''I they'.are .stick the eoin'.' genuine.If to be,nothing in ;the.grtic1e'wbich! is .' bythe'name, of'tbe''contrlbutor.4; ., '""In' eonnectlon-.with its use..for with Bishop! Cameron Mann and other -,,r't'-'
".,... :ris .the. 'deeiseNlut i r"hlghsohoola ..they slide easily;'It must not be." very clever propaganda'lor? socialism ..AN'ACKNOWLEPCEP'FACT.Advertising that purpose.Rule; *' Issued by 'the I .church, dignitaries; in the services t.
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"' throughout.the'state sand1"their contesting ,-, pertinent'to .this ji Ideality; and formertreasurer': .holding' that use of-'the 'consecration,of Saint Mark's" :..: .
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-. "'teams: to'-Winter; Park to ew ,AN ACKNOWLEDGEDiA'Advertr 1--: It i is a question, even'. if it*were signed : .W oaf: more'importance of'Sheer 'for."medicalpurposes Lwalpermissible' church'"''at'that1-I place !lifts hoped. (
:'I'$ ,testnot-later.tiaijMay;81 of 'nextyearw' 'r' : ; .. i i and 'published,', if, anyone' would 'toa merchant! tSan :gasoline Is ''. under- the, prohibition Were will- be'a .f. &, >" .;; liP \... '. ? I merchant.tbah'gasoBae; Is *' Matters of generalvlocal'Inter\ :' 't ; ) since then iri anticipation of the) 'pas- ";7:30 p.MV, -Evening, ..Prayer 'andSfrmoa "'
.HI'1br iasetts, to .an,automobile\ *>,+ejMij r Vf;; ?V"S i-* esa-news ,items of.all- sorts; special .mbseribe. ,for- tae auey' aasette.'f{.r of the anti-beer 'bill cob- by the recto r'',
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TOUR ..THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1921 .
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GAZETTE SEEKING, ''TO CREATE CEMETERY 'SUNDAYS I AMERICAN LEGION MAY SAVE COUNTRY ,AGAIN ;
KISSIMMEE, VALLEY .

1 \ T NKLX' speaking the. movement now being agitated throughout the FOR various reasons, it seems hardly probable that the great leader,
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Published. Every Friday <> ( \United States regarding "Strict Sabbatarianism" threatens, do more ,harmto bf 'this country the leaders. among the working class--will retard tliii rrUntry -

x By Kissimme Valley Gazette Company, KissimmeeFlorida the church-going people than is. upon the spur of the moment, understood, by backing a foolish policy of 'rule, or ruin." During the

W.;B. Harris, President 5. G.: Vans* Xgnew; Secretary and Rev. Harry Bowlby secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance feels confident many halt decade years the United States has been in a" more perilous condition::

+ 6 _. 'Wt L. Thorndyk, Editor ,that his plans will before many ;years make life burden for those not past been trying to back
p. within it ha.s get
"Subscription Rate.f 1 in direct 'nIp.thy"With" his aims. 'I than for a half )century-and: a, year

c ,One Copy, One Year..___...._.._..._........._.._...._.._...-Ez.00( I Prefacing his remarks with the ,assertion that "we ,propose to, pass no upon'' a fuine'ba: It has been attempting to recover from the burdens ,
On Copy Six >lonth. ._..-....._.-?._..u..__*__:::......-? 1.00( blue'laws, 'and we'don't propose to' legislate people.into the church" Bowl- to uhich the people hate been ,'.subjected-not expecting to recover as soon
t OBO Copy, Three Months----..-._._.__-.-..:._.._..._.._._.....-.-. .60 by .declares w a< name of the countries that were' harmed to a much greater extent- .but to

(I nt..r.d 'at the. Poalornca lOt Klaalmmra. Flnrl a. is ...condelealmatle.r,) ( we shall try'-to.close baseball parks golf links, motion' picturea'and regain, surely and steadily, much of that which had been toit. Now thereis

yii h S : .' Except from our authorized oorreapond.nt rnu.t' be I other theaters, concert halls, amusement parks, bathing beaches. apparently a desire to once more handicap the nation-bringing about
oommunleallAh <<
lamed! by the writer and so on. We shall oppose golf; tennis, football baseball, and crites which' may, prove horrible emoralizing.business of many sorts.-and
,n _. .,., -Rejected matter m..111 not t>. returned unle.. caH*
r i I Foraljrn Adr.rtlaln.. R pr.aantat1va I those watching 'or taking part because they set bad examples for I There seems to be a belief f at this writing that there will not be \the'gen
+ y \ THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION" | children'who might otherwise be content to go to Sunday school. eral strike which was threatened. Cool heads have reckoned that -110 strike

+ ( We shall seek to restrict the sale of gasoline for pleasure automo- can be a success unless popular sentiment shall be back of it: besides, thereis

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1921 ,, biles, and urge other measures that will stop Sunday automobiling a certain open distrust between many of trade bodies that in 'a seulemen) '
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i $t . ---_ . -- and! joy riding. This will not bring the old-fashioned horse and buggy of the (rouble each branch will seek to "get the best of it." Those -wh'1

TOO MUCH BULL: TOO ,LITTLE BRAIN back, because we believe that the Lord's Day should be a day would strike are considening that with a vast army unemployed! : in th\

, of rest for'man and beast. Excursion steamer rides on Sunday will United States'-it is estimated that for each position vacated by railway

. V THROUGHOUT Florida it has been generally asserted in the press_ .opposed by us on the ground that they are unnecessary to the employees there will be three applicants-failure must, perforce, follow the

well declared at public gatherings-that the state road department seen moral welfare of Christian America. calling out of the men. .
4 ed determined to, function foolishly. The career of that body has been, from Of course to "legislate people into the church" is not a plausible proposition Another and far more important factor in the country: \ tor'ay-'one) whichwas

its earliest move, one that could by no means be eulogized. Its main er in this !age--but the old Pilgrims!' did it with great success; and in /non-existent a few years ago-is the American Legion, with i its wonderfully .l

c }j deavor appears to have been to spend such fund as might come to'it-re- many-parlially-r.ivilizrd communiticr iiMMnes-long-agone-strings_weie-biou htno prolific membership. One of the l iEh lioftharatganiiationitect is to "pro-

gardless. of the results attained. In fact, a ,close survey of the state will eas taut that through fear many would comply with the demand. The'pur- the government"-and how can it better extend that protection.than by
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1 tM ily prove that the board has been turned into a, political body with the pose of the Alliance(is, as all understand to make but two actions possiblefor aiding in the distribution of (foods and merchandise of all kinds? So far as .

chief. objective "spend the money apd! hold the job." each Sunday: go to church-or remain at home. "{here will be nothingelse passenger service 11 concerned little discomfort would be felt if no passenger
tl: The Jasper Newt has done a great service to the state by the matter ,left-"-no other course. Those who attend religious services a portionof I trains were maintained for several months-except that Florida would be

'contained in its ;Usue. of last Week regarding road work. Nearly filling theM the day and seek an outing 'pf some sort for the balance of the time before j largelYt neglected for the time; but that freight service should be carried on. st

entire publication were facts and figures which. appear indisputable; and a 'the hour of taking up the duties on' the morning of the new week, will find : as before is essential to prevent inconvenience and suffering. I'

( few extracts are herewith reproduced: a monotony more dismal than death in its most repulsive forms. I Plans hive been completed to a large extent and arrangements have
t We believe in criticism and commendation of public official, Church-going people the best of them are less narrow than many may : been perfected to secure assistance from the Legion in case there shall be

when they deserve it. We think Criticism: should be fair and defi- suppose, and the many will see in this measure an outcome which will function a general walkout There can be found in the ranks of the American Legiona

-nite. Therefore we propose to be definite about the present road (directly oposite to the end desired to be brought about. Men may be coaxed; vast quantity of men capable of filling vacancies in each and every department *

1 I, department. It has been in office nearly ten months; it has had ,they hate to be driven. They,may be pleaded with and argued with and may of the railway service-and fill them so well that the public would not

4 ? time to outline a policy and get ready for work. The work it has yield j. but no legislttion. it matters not what may be the penalty, will change be able to recognize any difference. There is every belief that the loyaltyof
outlined is' a fair indication of what will have been accomplishedwhen a man's innate desire to do wrong; he may not carry out that desire at once the Legionnanes i is beyond question; that once impressed with the needs of VJ

its present program is completed and all the federal aid money or sven I.ter--but the desire still remain. It is the purpose, of the church to the people (that great body rather than see want and privation and suffering
'' allotted to Florida spent. Considering that program and looking change it in a way that will be conducive" the longevity of the betterment:: : exist would proffer the services of hundreds of thousand of those members

ahead we say, the present road department has failed! to measure The. secretary of the Alliance is quoted as saying some months ago: to maintain business at its lest. If this shall be done the country will 'breathe.
;' t up to 'its responsibility. because: We are well financed Our lobby at Washington will be an effective 'more freely.
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F' When its present road program- is completed there! will'-not be -' .1 and experienced one. We shall agitate and spread propaganda The American Legion can, if it will once more save this country I
Io, l a complete highway anywhere Florida r ; north Florida wilFnot be and cause voters to write unceasingly to the representativesin

i connected to south Florida, nor east Florida to west, Florida. congress until no congressman who wishes to stay in congress will WEST VIRGINIA PHYSICIAN PROBABLY CRAZY t
i i The money will have been scattered all over Florida in grading dare to refuse to vote for our measures. These.were the methods ,

} and sand-claying and very little actual connected hard surfacing used by the Anti Saloon League; and they were effective.To ; PRUDENCE lost at kisses' cost seem to be the belief of a doctor at

't w+ .will have been done. which the Chicago Tribune adds: Huntington, West Virginia, who issued a statement that for sanitary reasons
It has laid out or continued, plans for seven brick or similar A hint of easy and, rapid organization is here given. The men order
be done through screen-of sanitary caaze-ia to prevent
projects on road No. I ;, and only two on road! No. 2. and women who had paid employment in the prohibition movement kissing most .
the transmission of disease. He has made a little thing that looks like a .,-
When ita present program is completed south Florida will not find that occupation gone, but the Sabba arian movement can take
't ) have a completed outlet to Georgia either by the Waycross route or them over and make use of their skill and experience. Thus a com- swatter and declares that the straining of the kisses through the toy will not

t 1 road No. 2. This in the face of the fact that the Waycross route is plete organization, nationwide, is available at little effort. The W. destroy the "relish., Testimony in rebntal of this assertion can be given by

4 '' short and that road No. 2 only needs to be completed through four C. T. U. has taken an interest also. every person in the world who knows how to kiss possibly ten percent

; counties to tap the entire road system of south Florida; and these Those who scoff at the unlikelihood of measures being enacted in compliance know the art as well as those who imagine they know how; and his invention
-r- four counties are'ready to pay, and two of them have already paid with the demands of the Alliance should not be too sure as to the -
{ their share of the total co.t.By 'inal outcome of the concerted efforts. Millions of men are willing to prohibit will be abort as popular u a case of drugs ia a convention of Christian

changing the specifications of road No. 2 in Hamilton and for otheri what they, themselves, look upon carelessly and consider Scientists. The doctor is so silly that it is not worth while publishing his a..e.r .

a' t 4 ?- Columbia counties the state >road department is violating a contract of no use or account. The Alliance is rushing propaganda over the entire

;,' 'y i with: these counties, and ignoring the spirit of every contract which country-at the expense of some of its ardent adherents; and sometime -

"" calls for performance within a reasonable time. the people many of them, will become so satiated with it that they will refuge -

.' ' s The department is building expensive graded roadbeds all over to move one way or the other; and the declarition that some congressman -
'' Florida and letting the rain and! elements destroy them and waste will so greatly desire to' hold their position and payroll that they will

} the money before putting on hard surfacing, instead of building vote Any old way while the fad is working is 'not a witless claim upon the r

A good roads as they go. part of Rev. Harry Bowlby.

.,," Because the department is continuing the same scattering frittering .

., methods all over Florida that made the Catts road administration DON'T GO WILD OVER FLORIDA OIL PROSPECTS -
.t universally condemned. *. -

,e I ; The road department might as well realize that the people of November Brunswick RecordsON
BECAUSE there be
appear to according to oH experts, well-based hopes .
Florida are in earnest about road matters. They want a policy of
that Florida may develop some good oil-fields there is no weH-defincd reason -:
actual constructon of real roads that begin somewhere and get SALE TODAY-
r why those who cannot afford it should invest their money ia the projects.. .
somewhere. The department is not giving it and not promising it. The Gazette would not the investment of cent from those who Equally dMdad. ba a-aaa the aUaatcwt tha remantlo.. and chi ..11iI. -_,..
r We hope improvement And i in justice t6 the department encourage one ._ add. Novraibar Bninawlea" records oar a aariaa of fraah d.ll to all
to
see an cannot afford to lose 'what nay b. ia"ewted-becanae hi all portions of the .laaaaa of m.... JOY.... 'Chuck tboaa you wish to baar.wa will ba glad toplay
.; 1. ; the columns of this paper are open to its policies. country the matter. of oil is but a ,..1.1..' It is to be hoped that the findings sseoa them lot jreou .
It is' a matter of) regret that a department formed for the ache tvement I { Araai...tmltw_---.D4.p.r.rt.(tea.Basal ll.ntram .
be of sack nature to mach into the state that there ...., ,. _
bring D..k.
may a as money ; SLMMIS F.I Act D (Co. ) .riO ''In in..a) Gi.-
of such excellent aims as was this state roads affair should have crumpled be found oil ia paying quantities. bat the advice of Th Gazette 'to U..I.41 _lrat:. i told with enlhusi may ; { ._
and dropped that instead of having its accomplishments 8wfIp Aea a.a- I (P.aA.i) 5a
; ; buyers of stock" ia these propositions is to go a bit slow. sits. ......) ., P1..a Fris .
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:' cram its failures are 'related with a sneer.. If. the state road department shall lIeU I He.r.,....... E..f(Ea.rA.rt-C.Lau) T._ .Toss aria '
find it possible to explain the charges made by the News no time should be 1. cwa..-. lip w..u.. o.--in........ _(F-cad r'r)Crtoaria T._* ftUUTVW
4 Ct lost: but the communication must carry at least a tinge of plausibility if it i i. AND SETTLE THE MATTER JUST LIKE THAT j.iiO Sala Mlo(Mr S.rMwCrr.dr) Gas)
-" to find endorsinent by the people.SOMETHING SI.. TaMT(I.ltaj u) Marie.-

( .. DOUBTLESS it would please all railway employees, wonR please rail It-ln SMIf { F..we --. (C"-Uo) 'PMwrst.S'"l..p.WCsd.a" ,

,y'I' WRONG WITH THE FIGURES way officials, and would please the entire country if Uncle Sam would takeover iN SI.MSIM II ( s..... e aI.Talnaa (Cnay S.n.a.V.4.3)Pi.wArt.( )
+ all existing roads-take them over ia almost any old way-then call t.,80.f e J FrWara*araaa Via 5./ Mao RaaaaV .

,, ''I SOMETHING seems to ail the figure sent oat by the board of health the father of the tia lizzie on the carpet and say "Hennery, here are these U 'I F.-o-c..Ie.Saw C Ce..../) aaDa;.llaBaa BaadAaMHcaaPaW
i ': '> of this slate,-as a latet reular from that body assures the reader .'thatIaacer danged streaks o' rails and rust Take 'em, please. Do with them what you 't aoa..., S.II/P..i) V..W'sltaMaaB..d

i: kills one person in every ten la the United States." With an .estinal. wish-BUT RUN 'EM. One thins we demand-THAT IS REAL SERVICE.WE 1.-III" { "(Maac.M) Walt.B. Ree....... .....
.: Geaaral MIa a U.S. A. March (A If.")
1 ;i" population of at least 110,000,000 u a minimum, that statement assert WISH SERVICE RIGHT OFF THE BAT AND AT REASONABLE S5tiss Waits B. Raraiaaaa Hia.....

tiu; that eleven miflion people die from cancer each year. It may be possible RATES. That's all, Henery and yen can't afFORD to refuse the gift la-to.ak s-.d.Sera.&e'IT..tl(T.n)Fre.Vio/..'.".Hor.-FI..H.Fl.t.-Harr .. Be.Go.deIie.Trio...... Trie

Ii'' tho hoard of health doesn't mean it that way-doesn't really mean that 10 Thank yon)" ION Ma/IComrmJ't fox Tr.. iha.Jo.'Orch..ba
.great a,number.. are brought to the end of life by 'cancer but thafis the. 1j1 *1..W.b... BlMa-. Tnr kaaia Joawa*OichaalmtlSS

1 :t precise wording of the bulletin: sent out By writing the date hoard, 'of health THE F FAKIR THE FLORIDIAN THE FECUND lalnSfM_ M, War Mr 3.Dear.., Tamnaaaa lC.hm*)
. at .Jacksonville a booklet filled with information regarding the awful disease ..
i Mr Tippy Caana IF"Ao.r) Cancr /><> .J T.i>*r
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w may bo obtained free... of cost. . APPROACHING now-you. know the reason-when fraudsome schemes I1S4laln.ss.. { Dram a.Y__..?. ( _...... ) ..Emily.it....Ea>...... .IaCn.Era..Has.elan .

have open season-and widespread is the bait; the folks come here with I Atet NatMay'.D..... (H.......Kin.)
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: ,, REMOVE' THE UNSIGHTLY ROADSIDE SIGNS ,much mazuma they come with smiles and lots of humor and .think the ..6 { h -.B. -. ail,.y. (IFrahSrHnrusAts.pM.l.) 0-
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BEFORE the session of the South Florida Press at Lakeland 'Tut-tut It's difficult )) the they 1M.. { .
: Alas, Alas! and tush! to quell gush as. OW atotlao.; Whata P..Ww1r(.h.AC.Jaddn..PawFi..tll.r.NOTASLE'INT .
has the of of found
brought matter the disgusting multiplicity signs understood.
when 'we're ;
give when first we greet -'em; and ,we. too. assert
x ' the the of wood and OF.MODERN DANCE MUSIC
I throughout entire state"along sides of the highway; 'signs
.... that to us they look good; we're mighty glad to meet 'em. :sKSS c- ...... tt Tr.. ..
c. Rodaa.kVa Orcbaalm.W
tin aDd card the excellencies of medicines and tobacco and
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signs advertising {
1 : Then when they think they're free from danger there bobs up some so. .........,. ... (S._"_.. />..M)CM,Wi.ai.H
baking powder and pills and purgatives and dog-biscuit; signs nailed to tr.ee:
i $} 'attractive stranger who'll claim he used to know 'em; hell take 'em out 1= P-4---.F.s Tad G... ....,.,,'.Owdo:an
;rt aDd posts and poles l nd even decorating cattleguards at. railway crossings: and nicely treat 'em; hell never never)) do a thing to cheat 'em: and ev- ... { s.a.-ow S'c..- ......-......Ooc"-'a
{ Upon nearly every important road in Florida are these to be observed tMllOta. taw ... ..... .
t t erything he'll show 'em.. { %T W-Otoe $ T c.- & o..a.I" -.
't't t4%' Possibly there is no legal manner in which the nailing of these nauseating) clever ':; r.Sa a.c.ww-F.arr.i a'-' '.Nmk, Orah.uaua
And when they feel they know him better the cuss will)) show a
r. ') "notions be it is ; there is for tearing Jar Saaa Yaa row.t
Cara- Tat
+y may prohibit-yet equally true no penalty aji
line oem ,if they would like to make "men'he'll I t .'It.-w.'
y ' etter-to a plan to use ; some G. .o.ca.cJa .-.
= ,down every one of,them. In some counties the newspapermen tour the.area show them where on" and clean-up to 'em. ... ef o.-T. Tess 'G.- Rod..ka'.Oc t...
for the express purpose of removing them. A good clawhammer and a cold they can "get amuse us.. { Menie-F T... c.- .............Coc"He ,.
Then slow but he leads his friends along the road, where honor A..I..l.-F.a Tr.t
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L r .' ''chisel will do it-and one instance was related at that Lakeland meeting where sure ... Geae .--..O.caa.lr.
r'" Rc 'the tin,secured by such a raid made a fine roof for a camp cottage ends-where many a man is mired; and when he learns the full amountth.t' lata.SO! { J.-fv Tref c.- ............Coc"- .'
written' in their bank account he works them till they're tired. e ::1'-- Gene P-4--c\.Orcb..u.
Each member of the association himself -
pledged to at
remove every opportunity
t f these things which disgrace the and produce unpleasant But here's a point to bear in mind; you never will a "cr.cker"6nd 1.-i.SOMSIM. { S o8ho'tM '--'_ Tnt .. ..... ac.-w.Oooca.-
pyl. scenery an Kiaa-A Mill Wmllmaa .
who'll yield his bank-rtoll, to 'em; they' always take the northern folks who've I e r F..rw' Ore a
remembrance upon the part of every tourist. It is an easy job-provide* en .. ,.. T. h
14 and through 'em.VERDICT' Craap a. .
foal so quick-rich jokes- carefully
9 enough'will take a sufficient interest in the desire to have conditions' .tlrac- many go 1oso. { 1toF c.n..as.F. Tat'B..1.Ka..a.v.Orcb..b.. .

3" y, ,five rather than repulsive. Every private individual is urged to tear down .. '
ONE S.- Y. StWf-F Tn' .....Kraatar'a. Ontaaatra
f.v! i these.objects.. Between Kissimmee and Orlando there are more than a thousand \ WAS A iV,OST-RIGHTEOUS. 1 w { cow Blaaa-.Fa. Tit -Kraacar Orcaaatra

v of them; some<< Irenes carry a half dozen of this sort of I W.....Wbara Swaal, SwaM DaaUra .-.-,/"_ T..*
AFTER a hardfongbt legal 'battle .ia Birmingham Edwin R. Stephensonwas ltm.tlM { ......
,' 4d is. really nor legitimate and man who believes that improvement ....... Kr..Oooca.-
; ; every an of the murder him I wherein he had killed Rev Sa. -'** *"** a_ ...,,
would be made by the removal is urged to co-operate in the movement-until acquitted charge against l..... { At-1 W.Cat r.-F. Tat ...... K.Ora1.. ,.
fit d' :each highway shall present a better and become signless Father James E,. Coyle. The minister, objecting: to the marriage of his daugb- ... ,DaBF. Trw 0 ...............o..a.-.
appearance a road.
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tar to a negro the service having been pe _..d'b.pried, had an alercatioa sFk. ,AIIBp M.eFa T.... BaaaUKraaiar'aOrekaatra
a j i NAVAL'STATIONS SHOULD OPEN EVENING SCHOOLS with the latter-on* word brought another-and Stephenson. shot as. I ........._F_Tat .j\,. ....,... Km.,.?.Ortfci.ua

and I lolled. The action .f tho miaider was bitterly condemned until it was "
t /'THAT an educational bureau should be connected with federal naval earned that the groom. was a negro-a' fact he did not deny. The enestion -FOR SALE BY-

4 '4' stations' is proved by the following notice received by The Gazette,from of religion bore no weight! with the jary.' WILDER\S I STUDIO t

a' Tttp'rlg"edJ* D.: 5fl! ne11' cwr.' USN." ,1,: compliance with the request No. IS Broadway -*.,.. Kissimmee '
.Pleaee'print this. The Gazette ever anxious to gratify, and advance SHARP. PAINSTAKING PUBLIC EMPLOYEES .. "

A ,the'merits of any good cause is producing the message in its original spelt /V- OaWaaBajaaaMaMa.... .... :-, ',
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,f. lag punctuation. grammatical construction 'an!' everything'with'the. hop. IF the first class arithmetic can answer. this'.problem. the pnnadons pt> '' .. ,. ,

w ( ,that the plea :will be effectual" ', puVdeserre; prize:I' '' r L'- . .,) ; ,
r q Navy is'open W all EX' navy:men,dont':matt low?' long 'you. ", How'eooJd Richard E.:;'.Eartght<, peace commissioner tn New Yorkataaaaanal Y --
I have? ben 'out'.as font as you'bave a'good discharge'and. ex De.vy salary'of $7,500te save and hank ia less than. far years f

men .wishing to ship.over :just apply:at navy recruiting. station.at,: the sam of $100.421.791 'Tkis.wM done-ant) 'was .. repeteby' e in-

$: ',/ ;tampa Ha and the recruiting, officer will fix'you up', />me on back vtigators. .-.....Earight made n! ........' It weal. seem that th* motto of
r ,' !l ,ex J>.,y.' men (!nd ;fact with, jour 'old shipmates doat you rember"' I seme W the afidals wait "Get Ready Ana Fleece n.-tl..i.; btiqf f .

p,1r tbvgood'"old .times ,you; use"to. ha V'hoping: ,, "...." all of 'you '.t omposad.of Jke initial letters *f. each work- .C-R-A-F-T... There..is everTevooac -

iP ',this i office' soon: f. il'' ,-i),; $. A1it :*- that Mr. Earigkt was a-.me-t. e.<..:oaomkalman.. ;" .r: i,
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142 Two' ]Extra Specials.i Received' This Week '". ,




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it"" TWELVE SATIN' DRESSES--LATE'_ DESIGN TWELVJ3 LATE DESIGN WOOL JERSEY JUMPER DRESSES r,

+ Thesis -egulor'S25.0pgormettt They"'are bargains and lei These dre'sses are in all "shades and, while they are worth farmar'
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,,', :'-1. sell.them 'as"we. bought them! . ..''' ,., . $ _9 ; money, the<< y'nre! yours for:7: .ESe::. "I

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I suffering from any sort of skin ..OO OO.O.0004... OOOOOOOO OOOOOOO, O ...OO.00000600. , O i HIGHER.COURTSUSTAINED NOTICE TO TEACHERS,
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diseases try Neid's' Baths; 40-tfc t - RULING OF JUDGE COMER
[ BoJf;
The State W
Ezamlger.will
,
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/JflEMLOEHL[
for
:0'3. will leave
Attorney Z. Bass ,
March hold examination for' all grade ofTertiflcatei
umtel IenMendayrwheraha.1scalled i [ In the term of,-the county
., upon legal matters'' of considerable rTVli err Here's Yor-Compapy [court, the nrst-ooe-tor.be:held =under< at-" Tltusvllle l ;Brevard-
(Judge T. L. Comer, there was ap- county, beginning Tuesday; November
:1"l dry wood at Kisblmmee" Wood- importance. .
8,' 1021 c. E. VOWELL,
Text "Misery Loves Company"I pealed a question of law by Johnston "
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L J i yard Phone 262. ,, Bad debts collected or no pay. Results -, ,&: Garrett, representing defendants 46-2t County' Superintended

f' .Several couples attended a dance guaranteed.: ; J. M. Willson district T 5 in a liquor case Barber and Cub- -- -<-', -... ._
at tHe Graystone on'Weddesday ev- manager, lbticMrs. I
bage. The latter was the first to betrledand
C' ;;, $_ Ht njt-wh re jazz music was ren S., J, Triplett of Lake 'Wales,, "Sing a joyful\ song-unto theLord._ ,' matters regarding the ownership -
r dered. has been in Kissimmee this week of the' still were at staks. c
'" If suffering from rheumatism try meeting some of her friends:.-as' she If you sing a "joyfGl l 'song"with a smile on 'the lips it will. be, "unto Judge Comer mad 'a decision regarding ..vIa

Neid's Baths. 40-tfc was at one time a resident of this the Lord'any way you can'fix it. the _testimony of the one !
i The WednesdayAfternoon' Bridge defendant against the other and
,- Club was entertained this week at city.Tanlac's best advertising comes And when you come to sum it all up. it-doesa't have to be.a religious the attorneys for the defendant took

.' the home of Mrs Claude Harper, from people who have actually used, song. When "the/boys.!. went over.to Cuba they sang a national an appeal. The findings of the higher
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court sustained the decision of
606 Emmett street. it. Central Drug Store.
' : Wanted: Copying stenographic Mrs. Mary E. Patterson .returned I song as they waded from the boats to the shore. It was the cq14ntyJudge.

t-. [.' work. Jessie' D. Kleiriman. Phone Friday evening from Birmingham, "There'll Be A Hot Time 'In\\\ Th' .Old Town Tonight." That filled TIMMONS TO TRY TRACTOR
253. State Bank, building. 42-tf where she has been spending the !'
the "unto the Lord.
the bill as a "joyful song"and outcome was .
TRICKS
"tt There is to be an important meet summer, and is once more makingher TESTING_ .__ THURSDAY L____,_, ,_
ing of the Chamber of home with her daughter, Mrs. I. L. There are dozens of national songs which are renderedwhen it is .\
? jCommeree I. P. Timmons, who knows all about +
this evening at the usual hour. All Maroney.. necessary to keep up the spirits-and they all answer the purpose. tractors figures to learn some more +
members are needed. Notice: Pay your City Licenses, about them
'on, Thursday next, a*
For Sale-cheap; two-ton Federal and avoid penalties. Air licenses duo But sometimes Mi.tUMi.ry steps in-bringing his brothers may be noted in a large advertisement \1"'t

a....::; truck; in first-class condition. E. L. October 1. J. R. 'Gilbert, City Tax* Sorry and Grouch. He'll step in most anywhere. He gets .into a in this issue. He plans to, ,. I
r'1 .' p Sphalar Pine Castle, Florida. x Collector. that 'be handle a tract of land near the Joe reaps a harvest of ruin
would
prayer-meeting and his gloomify the hearts glad ?
The department was called on MisGrac_GilberttQf_,Kissjmmee! groans Griffin place' on the Saint Cloud I FIRE
Saturday evening about seven o'clock has been announced in Tampa papers Mister Misery goes to a meeting'of a civic society-and when he says road and will '.show .interested, loss.1 Carelessness

+ to the ,home of F. E. Woodward,609 as being one of the prize-winners last "Gentlemen" it sounds-Jike,"' 'Gruntlemen." He calls upon Grouch persons what can be done with themin cows the seed-carelessness i"
Emmett street, where an explosion Saturday at the great gift opening of different lines of farming and
of a oil stove threatened to do considerable the !lug.. establishment of Maas who is Sony| then upon Sorry-who is always Grouch. Mister Misery gardening. He promises to set up a 'about' removing'' fire ,hazards .
damage. The flames were Brothers in that city. to religious gatherings d his "Rock of Ages" resembles lunch for all visitors, and there will
.\' extinguished with but little loss. Will -sacrifice at a bargain .my goes be an exhibition which will be well- .and in failing to protect against 'i'
sawmill outfit all for "Rotten Rages"Mister worth the seeinv. A general Invitation '
"" City Tax Books are now open. -- ready opera- every loss by fire. '., 4
1 I. extended.
tion and in fine timber section. Miss
.f Five percent will be allowed for payments Misery meet
TJ made in November. J. R. Gilbert S. E. Harris, Pine Castle Florida. x MRS. TAKEN The Hartford Fire Insurance.
f City Tax Collector. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hale, who are The man who always imagines someone is trying to "do him dirt."
-S TO,_ORLANDO-HOSPITAL Company provide: *.Iho sure indemnity -
SS- Dr. and Mrs. C; If.: Cole, who have regularwinter visitors and own The man who; knocks propo.ition' l benefit the community. --
spent a large portion of the summerat property in Kissimmee, arrived on every Mrs. W; B. Graddy was taken toa which a careful man
r. ton Harbor, Michigan, arrived Wednesday, and are in their bunga- .The man who fancies that personal issues guide men in saying hospital in Orlando on. Saturday F'w'Pr
will choose .
low at No. 10 Beaumont ; expert
r in Kissimmee and are avenue because of an affliction to her eyes.
lelterday. .
home 120 south.! They have many friends who good things.The '
r again Little attention was at, first paid; to vention.: Service,, also, if
street. Kissimmee is in fact, are glad to welcome them. you.
Bryin: '
/ man who remembers "when Bill Blank once made a failurein the sorene.s.but 'an examination -
iL ,v.", the home of the ,Colea, whe merely For Rent-Nicely furnished flat, he proved that she must be handled bya need it. sc: a
the business took
_" north "to visit." three and bath. up.
o? go with fireplace; rooms specialist although the conditionis .
:lis' A City Tax Books are now open. W. B. Harris, Gazette office. 44-tf The man who. if he cannot boss the whole .movement will Jtry to not considered, extremely serious.Mrs. ,The Hartford's insurance Is ?
Five percent will be allowed for payments Mrs. Belle Hornsby hast returned Graddy was 'Mis* Ruby Lar- sound, s'Get: it hrough {hiV
made in November.. B. Gilbert from her summer home ID Phila- smoke out those willing to work for, advancement., gent. and became a bride on Thursday r
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City Tax Collector. delphia, and, with her daughter, Marian The man who likes to have his neighbor scored for...a slight offense evening September 1-her husband agency.CARSON.* .
and has taken being connected with the Lup-
son, Tom up)1er :.
., residence in customary winter apart- but, who cannot stand the gad when it pricks him. fer &: Prather garage FARMER, ,

menta family at 1212 has been Dfury greeting avenuewherethe its many Meet these Mister Misery and enjoy the companionship.' When VERANDA MAKES JUMP" '. *" ,

friends. these have worn out the welcome and the cam-; adle' it may be possible FROM THE MANHATTAN 'AGENT
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STRIKE E City Tax Books are now npen. to find' others of the same calibre-perhaps won .-who will WHEN BREEZE BREAKS r't
M will be allowed for .
//1 Five percent pay. make fit and 'buddies" possiblebut probable. ,. ,
not
ments made in November. J. R Gil- proper for'you; In spite of the fact that the wind .

bert City Tax Collector. was not unduly strong on ,Tuesday
The threatening storm on Tuesday 0004 60"'O.OOOO'O'. O"O" to"ooo.o.ooo.ooo.oo ooo. afternoon' there was one sudden gust 'Dinner: "
wr caused the dismissal of the schoolsof -' that came over' th., lake which lifted Chicken
the city following the morning 'a considerable portion of the up-
nesnion-and there was no attemptto S. Quality silk hose, black, white, *r But a brief time will now elapse1before per veranda entirely) over the buildIng -
4' hold the', pupils for the afternoon brown-regular $1.60 goods-for .98c "the illumination of. the courthO and into the alley adjoining. It (This 'Evening) /
Oar Prices Are Hot Bargain All work. And it might- be added that at the People's' 6c and lOe Store. \ le grounds will be in'full swing. ,is reported that several of the board ti
The conduits'are all in and '
pupil was thorcag-h- .place carried the Makinson U"
practically every Judge T. L. Comer left Kissimmee were even over '
Way Iv drenched before home was reached yesterday: for Jacksonville where he mostof the standards :for the building on Broadway. Several of the
the Through
was called to attend a meeting of "bright lights" are in place and have girl in the hotel at thetime'were TNE'DOATHOUSE
Wanted: To exchange one slightly the National Prohibition Society, receive its first coat of white paint. shell-shocked but no one was seriously :\:
28--29 Saturday I used Ford touring cas body for which will be in session today In When the work, which is being done injured. ." 1
,; ; Friday : one less used Ford roadster body. connection with the National Prison by the municipal it electric' plant, is Saint Cloud' r..
complete is probable that no
I. P. Timmons. 44-tfc Society. He expects to return to
courthouse grounds in the state will Friday Evening October 28
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bogue, who Kissimmee tomorrow. present a more attractive appear- DISTANCES FROM KISSIMMEE ; ,,
"We Sell It For Less"24lb t have been spending their summer in Twenty million people have taken ance. Going North by AutoMiles ,. 'to.
returned with the most gratifying re ,,-
.. Cassopolis, Michigan, to Tanlac! There -
is
,'. their Kisslmniee home last evening, ,suits. Central Drug Store. the lacking a sufficient pat- To Orlando __--_._._..__.__. 18 .
: II and are again located In their residence Mrs. George Saunders, of Alligator ronage little tote of kindergarten for the To Winter Park___________ 23 Make reservations ,by telephoning !
sack Self Rising Flour.98c at 219 Mabbette street. They Lake, was in Kissimmee yester- Brinson and to justify Mrs. Haynes To Sanford _______________'_ 42 No. 15. err ,
Mrs. Howard Anderson
To DeLand ____...______... 62
have passed, they say a pleasant day, greeting a limited number of
4.J" 24-Ibe 'P.ll.bury's Best ____$1.29 I''summer-and are now assured of an her friends. She was accompanied in keeping open the kindergartenwhich To Daytona; ._____..___.____ 86 Or Write to Joh Brothers- Boat
many -
r % 10 lb. Granulated Sugar____65cI II enjoyable winter season here. by her mother Mrs. Smith. they have established in the To Saint Augustine---...... 169To" ..l
r" t. 14'e I gallon Blue Karo Syrup____59cI I II Notice; Pay your City Licenses who has arrived from her northern building less there opposite shall be the found postoffiflee.-more - Jacksonville _._____T..;_-200 --- -- -- hou..Ie:, <* i
parents To Mount ___ _____
Dora: .. 46
and avoid All licenses due home and will make an extendedvisit _.
I gallon Franklin Syrup_____59c penalties. Who desire their children to -NM
receive -
I J. R. Gilbert Tax with Mr. and Mrs. Saunders. To Eustls ..._._.___________ 62
October 1. City
11/2! lbs Crisco ____________Z9C-: II Collector. the rudimentary teachings at To Ocala _________________ 107
Notice: Pay your City Licenses, the kindergarten'; there has thus far T6 Gainesville _.__' _.___ .. 152
3 Ibs Crisco ___,,...______ *_.S5c' Mrs. Frank J. VanDuzer returnedon and avoid penalties. AH licenses due been a' small patronage possibly be- ? Big Masquerade DanceTO

5 Caw Tall Milk (KmUed)___50c Monday from her extendedvisit October ,1. J. R. Gilbert, City Tax cause of' ,alack of publicity,' the DISTANCES FROM-- KISSIMMEE '
.
e'' 5 cres Octagon Naptha Soap 27c I to her son in Indiana-and is locatedin Collector school will have to close and there Going South by Auto. BE GIVEN AT" THE '''BO 't..
Calumet Powder22c her pleasant home 205 Beaumont There promises to be a chicken are many parents who should investigate ( Mile r
l-Ib Baking !:
HOUSE
...r avenue, south. But she has one dinner at the Joh Brothers boathouseat this matter by seeing either I, To Haines City.....___...i, 22 ".- ,
', No.2 Tomatoes ___________lOc ; grievance -- for hardly had she be- Saint Cloud this evening when Mrs. Howard Anderson or Mrs. To Lakeland ________.__ 47 .'
r No. 2 Sugar Corn______?12V.c come established in her home before the dinner will be served from six Haynes Brinson. To Tampa : ?__.__?.__ 79 Monday Evening,:Od.. 31 1 1By

No. 2 Early June Peas__..:___lSC I five of her handsome eucalyptus to eight o'clock. Presumably danc- -To Clearwater--.___........ 111 o't
trees about her home were uprootedby ing will follow the dinner There I.to is LEWIS O'BRYAN MEMBEROF To Saint Petersburg186 The XI .lmm.. Orchestra.

i 4 JO-oz. Class Peanut Butter___19c the wind. be given a masquerade dance at GOVERNOR'S STAFF To, Bartow ..1.__..____-.....? 46. ._ ..
ra : "'" No. 2 Baxter's Maine Corn.17c City Tax Books are now open. the same location on Monday even-. To Arcadia, ---------w-_ 17 -,-_ t

: _30e' will be allowed for ing next. Following- the To Fort Myers____: _____-160
Pint Bottle Ketchup _____:.:; Five percent payments receipt of his appointment Everybody Will Be,Welcomed
made in November. J. R Gil- To Palm Beach via -286 .
+ Wanted: To exchange slightly by Governor Cary Hardee ; f
7 ozs. Premier. Tuna Fish.2Sc 'To Miami ___.___1_.______. 856 r r h
l bert, City Tax Collector. used Ford touring car body for as a member of his staff, with thfl 1
Premier Com Flakes. _______lOc Regarding the protection of birdsIn one less used Ford roadster body.I nomenclature of Lieutenant-Colonel,' -<

r No. I Tomato Pulp -_____-__Se connection with the establishmentof : P. Timmons. 44-tfc Mr. O'Bryan has been tendered an i

r''oc No. 8 Snowdrift _____:___$125 this entire city as a bird sanctuary An extensive grower of peaches and invitation to be present at' the Jacksonville ". ,
.t the Woman's fair with the remainder of
formulated ,
. Meat.-_______ __18e as) by who has been producingthe ;
White Pig Club of Kissimmee, there has been asparagus, i the retinue. The appointment from

Fancy Smoked Meat ______-23cIQLJbxMchigan.Navx received from the Audobon Society a has goods written at to Marshallville The Gazette, for Georgia sam, 'the governor is a compliment which Here Are Some Telling Prices' '

.Beans..75c half-hundred signs which will J be "I am looking for bears more than an appointmentfrom ,
'I/ ple copiessaylng
( which has
mounted and about one special ,
II-oz. seeded Raisins _______20c properly posted a location and think this the best way governor is needless
afflicted the state and it
the city-that there need be none Ignorant -
15-oz. Seeded Raisins ____..25c of the efforts which have been to find something in yqur city. Several to say that the city attorney of
I uncensored,,., copies of The Gazette Blue Ribbon Peaches 11 ounce package._______ __ Oc
V' 4Oc grade O. B. Jams______29c taken by the women regarding the Kissimmee will appear at the stave -; -
+ Table Peaches 29e matter of preserving the lives of I were forwarded in compliance. fair clad in all the georgous panoply Bulk Figs pound -,...;.__-__..----___________.______..:2Sf a
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Q: 2y-California' birds and squirrels. The posting of with the request.Miss which' designates his. position. on the Bulk Evaporated Apples, per pound........_____-______._..25<'

].,, _/ 2J/2! Pie' Peaches __________15eUNeed'aBiscuit these notices will be soon undertaken. Alta Kulp, who was a resident staff. | Apex Peas, per can__.__.__.._.-.___.-._!:.._._...._,_..._. S ,' r

( _________-Sc arrived of this 'city some seven years Sun. COUNTY AGENT LEO WILSON- Heinz Peanut Butter large can:______.____________.-_..--38Heinz <'

d ,- 10 Ibs Maine. Table Potatoes.39cWith known_ Over men a quater and women,of a .from million different well- day sgdi for one day's in visit Kissimmee to a few on of her ADDRESSES THE CO-OP-ERS Peanut Butter," medium .!ze.__.____.--__-'___.,._---:2k':: j t '

-parta.ot the country have ..Ignedwriiten"endorsementa old-time acquaintances. Mite Kulp Heinz Sweet Gherkins large .1Ze.____: ._-__.._...-.__50c

Accurate Scales and a Gear for Tanlac. Cen- had been spending two weeks of her Provided there is no railroad strike Heinz Sweet Gherkins medium. size___.___...--._....._.-.lSc > '? "
j and the '
freight and express -
tral Drag Store. vacation in several Florida _.-._..-._,_.,...__.;_..;:;.
Coascie.ce We Solicit T... Trade she had frlendnd on Monday '
Miss; Wylena Alyce Thorndyke, left for her home in Coatesville, Osceola Growers' ,.Co-operative 000. ... 0. + 'a
t who has been critically for an ex- sedation will pack and ship all r
eggplant
"We ''Sell It For Cash"'iro9o tended period underwent a minor Pennsylvania. and peppers the growers bringto CHASE & S NBORlfs"TEAs.AND,COFFEESvK. J ,
operation on Friday last when.more Chase A Company ;make the an- the local packinghouse on Tues- : '
STOd '
i than seventy pounds of water was nouncement that the, rate hearing day and Wednesday. >.- , .GARDNER'S, JCAKES. ALWAYS ,IN{. ;
: Y' Lit removed., from. her-since which time which had been'scheduled to be held Many of the eggplants were brnlsfd .5 S c *: oOo ,
shehas been resting easier: Miss in Orlando yesterday was postponed by the 'storm and will save. '
you : .
f a Thorndyke bar been'the recipient of pending: 'the- matter of the railway labor by leaving the,cull in the .Ike.. .'.above;are, J quality.. :goods_ -and,we'- ,*re also;,tlOcarrPnlloo ofcheaper''grade. ;-a! .
many: favors -from numerous resident strike which was threatened. to go.into field... Feed the culls to- your' hogs., '. : _. i i
I :IAnoR. tM 'of Kissimmee --and through effect on Sunday next: \notifications They like thenC" 1J-'j I
[ 8 this' item' desiresto return .her appreciative were sent toall interestedpartieswith' Returns"from,last 'week'i..car ..ofeggplant , c 4
.thanks for aU.these gifts, the explanation that the .and pepper' ,were, 'verygood "

. . '.. . prompted from kindness" heart, rate,.'question might the ,more complicate ..and, prospectsare, better. for : ,R'S" ,FLOYD, : : t
and trust ,sometime abe, between " ,: '
that may the i, plans of adjustment fufotre hlpsnenU.-- '- , ,
., r r.o.R ti .l .' rep.ythese wbo.been so extremely the,railway* and,their,."'J>Ioyee. -.' ; I : :

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:_ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAT. OCTOBER 28, ,


Mrs. .Marnes !Brlnson '"hon.. 141, or r Mrs. Howard Anderson phone It*. ,

i r THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN ) *We r..slz, Interest: dollars" the. .purchase per little mosth.ones. bet-water aver Term.na.WANTBpiTo .< / NOTES FROM THE HIGHMONTHLY .I You'.rimember the Mtf a

story
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a',, FOR SALE'HAL.K .. tank, about $ -gaon fapacltyl-sult-: *
able to connect ''wlt.1 bliie-llam. |
-JI'OR :-Ford touring earpraotlr hoes. lsslmme.Writ tr r'' ally new; self-starter) fully equip- -4J-tf of <
Shaw Sallie Barber LaRue Cole JiS
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GRADESThe
H' ppd; bargain; will accept Libertypinda OF KISSIMMEE
i : at par. 'He* U. W. CowlInK WANTED-An Intelligent white girl Rbsalle\ Hilton, Helen Hansel, Virginia .
: .111 Mitchell street. Klsslrnmee.. for house work. Mrs. A. T. Morri roll of'honor for the preceding Hannah Clifton Allen. '
son corner Lake and Aderhold weD and it . '
; FOR BACH-Cabbage plants -t-'early streets. f -.to month'hal just been officially completed Third Grade Roy Breaker, Billie t It made a good many trip'to the
r it and late varieties. Better call'soon. Bell. Jim Campbell, Allen Davis .came back In good order. ,'II
M. I). Alexander Orlando HoadI'lione WANTED. Ten thousand small alllgators and is, herewith presented: Charles Grantham, Cecil Grantham,
4$ y '41. Inches long. Tampa ,Alligator Farm -.First Grade.Jamea Goodman II. Frederick Gilbert Howard Higdon, I \ "I can take care or'myself.. it'said-"the; :
1 1 BALEixeirablo' residence In Tampa. Florida. 44-lto A. Hess, Heber Jones. Barton Murphy -i Norriii Louisiana John Sullivan Ed- I"" don't need to-talk about risks to me*- :
{it' ''Ktsslmmee. Kin location Can be Partln James Rouse gsrWoodallDicky; Waring .Elizabethur'6nsonh ;,
reasonable. price Ulr.'t WANTED-Man to work around house Hyatt L.j '
,( ,, from bought owner.at Address: "A. M. C.,.. and garden. Must know how to milk : R.' Tyson, Billie Tyree Edgar Carribelle Higdon, India But it Went once too often. +I.
r ,1 .,11 re The, Unset. 4 -ttx and Ink care of milk) W. B. Mukln ner. Coy Yates, Katherine Butler';' Lesley. Frances-May, Eli *- Rath Me- S '
". son Company. 41-tf I Amylea Campbell Hildesrrade Le9d./ Mattie Belle Tyner Ruth After that it was only part of a pitcher and

f t FUR thousand.BALE-Cabbage Kxprvss col pinna eel. Add II lee per FOR RENT man Wilma Conch Ruth Chap.I I Yates. Bessie Quirk Elizabeth Ball they didn't need to talk to it about risks-it knew. -y ,f
$ per' thousand postpaid. Orders slil|>- ? Doris Hughey La Trelle Grantham, Estell Hirtzel, Mary Frances Smith .
pod! dux received. IJorrls Plant Com FOR RENT-Two room., ensulte; hot Edna Floyd. Emma 'Millard. Hilda Sadie Alvey Mae< Lang Alma Yntet A lot Of people won't believe coffee can harm.
..an)'. Valdosta Oeorxln4641* and cold water: bath lavntory;
, HanBell Kathryn Smith Beatrice Leslie Joiner Rodney Carr BilliePartin them.'NonsenseIe /
1 e light houseknvplnir privileges; 110. them until it does harm
} VAKOA1M8 IN UHKI AUTOMOUI1.EH Msbbettcstrwet, Klsnlmrsee.. ..44tfeVOH Luesing Lottie Partin Andrew Le- Jack Tyree Lois Whiddon

Sf r ""Baby Terras Oraml"to responsible Chevrolet people.; one I Ono PI II ItlfiNT-Two blocks from bust-* moine, Sam Barber Louis Daggers, Margaret: Whidden. they say "it neyMuiisturbs me." \\tJ': "0;'

I Dodge touring: one Hayn. B-pas- I I'r' ness. centre; good locality: housekeeping ! Gordon King, Estell Arnold, Susiu Fourth Grade-Murray Tyson Os.
..entcer; ant 1U20>> Kurd tourmit, ; 0"" apartment on Him' floor all Bratton Winnefred Brooks Rosalie car Partin Robert Mach William When it does disturb them then they know .'
t ___. _:,.-_.181* Forptour/ng'on. 191k Ford I conveniences' also; bedroom on second Cason Vena Durrance Fleda Miller Lang:, Johnnie Driggers Harry Bert
r..di'.t'0I..., 'l lKord lourinu. floor.. l
A .. three 11111; Ford tourlnKs. Ham liKagsdale ;. ner Verona .Mrs.and Ueaumont tV 11. "''WIIcnr Kliislm-\ -- Dorothy Kicklighter- Louis Sullivan, Dale.- Raymond Dayson ..Chatlie _ . _. .__ .Often! the disturbance which they then recognize .":
iI Klsslmmee. Florida. 40tlJHDIlgAUK m... 40-tro Lottie Nettles Roberta Galagher, Bowen, Henry Barber Lloyd Bass is the" result'"of irritations to"nerves and' digestion - -- r

. Oood .established deg FOR 'RKNT-Nice furnished rooms for Robert Davis Dan Lumbard, Thom- Herbert Bass, Alice Bass Doris which have been going; on for a long time. ... "
.. xs Rightmire Leo Hansel Jewel Bass, Fannie Fore, Bessie Johnson r t-
l good. and Trtroe-business; Koo<1..loI:8': light! : < i
v tInn; new and up-to-datu t6uOl stork. lialTTT Cnrnvr makeacrdlie.erects. . Simmons.-LeroyBoatraght,. FlocSinquefie --Marie McF.arJand.ul. Pfcrt.ln. Evel- i4-Qu.-bave..to..l e..awake..aLJ1ighLandJounL.i
c Will sell stock at Involcv price and F. II. Lawson etiFOR d Elizabeth Perry. Nesbitt Lola Peake. - -
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f lease building. Hood cash proposition. the clock ticks after an evening cup of coffee then
Second Grade-De Rheta Alderman Fifth Grade--Delia Fleming, Eliza -
Address: 46 Main street. Kinslmrnee. RENT two-story,
12 *?; 44-tfo furnished house: In r""oe'i J location lithe Edna Barclay Oliver Brown, eth Steffee Eva Tinsdall. you know that it's better to he safe than sorry. t.\.
city Address: L. R. Squires. Elizabeth Cotterman Willie May Sixth Grade-Hail Hirtzel Ulary I
1 FOR BAL&-OranlC. trove. Above one Postoffloe Box 1EI Klsslmmee; Thelma Franklin Charles The risk of coffee's harm is gone when the
hundred ImarlHg trees; 80 acres phone 16S. tStre Ira cell, Alvena Yates Steffee Edwards t
.. l land. William H. Kempfer. Deer Yates Melrose Shuman Dorothy Tyson. meal-time drink is Postum. ,
Park riot-Ida. 44-tfc. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished! flat Myer Edward Bowen, Louis Darling Eighth Grade-Ruth Herzberg Da ,
with replace; three! rooms and Here's a delightful and satisfying table beverage '
FOR8AL.B1-Hotel building Oood location bath. W. B. Harris, Gazette! office Manuel : Pat Miller John vid Brunson.
i, for small hotel. William H. 40-tf Miller. Loyd McCullough' Donald Eleventh)< Kempfer. Deer Park. Florida. 44-tfc Steinman Robert Smith Bill O'Bryan Twelfth Grade-Clara Ploetz Ru- for nerves or digestion. You know you're on the {

k ")r; FOR BALE-One set .of brown Conoy MISCELLANEOUSSECOND Lorena Phillips Marie Jones, by .Oliver Dorothy Miller. ., right road with Postum; there's-: -never the possibility -
furs, trimmed with silk fringe; HAND OOOD8. bought, sold
practically new. $1$ for quick salo.Apply and repaired. The Casino. 44-tf that youH go once too often '-
815 Mabbett..treel. tf* I IMPORTANT PROPAGANDA '
LAUNDRY WORK DONE: all prier.reasonable REGARDING WOMEN'S WORK Poerom conies in two forms: Instant Postum tins) .
". of land at i
BALE Fifteen
r. acres
FOR -
cl I ; Klsslmmee' Park: cheap quick at It ;Mltch rough-dry lC or phone Ironed.Cull 199.. AGRICULTURAL POINTERS : mad. instantly in the cap by the addition of boiling water. .
elo street;
N 7p ale, 'Write to Rev. u. Scur- a 46-lt M rII. Ora D. Layton, social serv- Poetam Cereal (In packages of larger(bulk, for tboa who .
)? rah,' Canton New York for psrtlculars. Seminole prefer to make tba drink while UM meal i* being prepared) Y.1
ice worker representing Lake -
44-3tc REWARD for return of cloak, color .
SI to BY L. H. WILSON COUNTY AGENT mad. by boiling for 20 mtnut.a"There's
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t and Osceola counties,
-- midnight blue dropped! from fencecorner Orange
n FOR BALE-One good Ford d"lIv..rytruck. Main and Oak: had In pocket addressed the Mothers' Club Friday
F Cbesp. Bee' me for price. checkbook' on Colfnx (Indiana) A pending railroad strike, and the( Christmas Seal r\
Office of Waters Csrson GroceryCompany. afternoon explaining a Reason"for
bank. No questions asked. Returnto the worst storm since 1911 makes
J. M. Duncan. 42 Mr. M.: C. Geiger. at above address ' for sales. These seals were placed on
and receive everything look mighty gloomy Postum
reward. sale through the Red Croas Societyand
y' i FOR 8AL.R. -All the city lota houses, . Florida; but on the other' h4nd itcan't Red '--'
known the Cross
-- were as .s,
farms and: real estate belonging to let's make the at .

"c i; the pany.Waters See *me Carson for particulars.Grocery Com J. best of be it.helped.Now is So the time for the there Seals until four division years in the ago society's when JoIada by Poctum Cr**| Company, Inc.,Battl Creek, Mick 'Ir
was a
r NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD
at. Duncan. 41 what the storm ,
t i grower: to build back work-and the Red Cross Seals be- -

ii ) milch cow. J. W, tore away. came nominated the "Christmas
b ?i a FuR11BALE--Good 42-tfc Mrs. Anna McGrew, who has been With the citrus grower who hahis Seals" to be distributed by the Pub ,

;'r I r FOR 8ALR-Forty head of stockdorses visiting friends in the north returned trees torn and split with at least lic Health Association. In like man- \'
h' all bred from saddle stallion: home last Saturday. half the crop off in some sections, ner a division of time for culminating I
AsE'U x also Miller fifteen Jack. and Jennets.41-tfc J. Mrs. R. B. Bride and daughter, my advice is to pick all fruit that q W. Irs. Edith Elliott of Maine, have can be shipped clean it best you "Armistice Day," and to the Public .
can, and if the railroads are running OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE' IN FLORIDA ii; R
r FOR 8AL.B-Cbautauqua desk; pracy1 arrived to spend the winter. Health Association "Christmas Day. ,
I'atnboot 1:1..tetU for a Mrs. Delia P. Bell of Newberg next week let the local packinghouses The Christmas Seals will be placedon JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA "' _
Mrs. Edwards
3t t child: I lit :Mabbette street. iff New York, has arrived to spend the ship same for you. At any sale throughout the country as SEED POTATOES i'
winter. rata make some effort to get what arranged J by the national program.The Spauldine Number 4 Rose, Early Red Bliss Triumph and IrishCob-
FOR 8ALB-A one-ton Maxwell track. Mrs George Barber and her father you can for your fruit. The fruit Mothers' Club of Kissimmee will blers. T
(lee W. B. Maklnson, at the .tor. of We are ready to contract prices for December and .,
left that will not ship should be pre- now quote January
1 the Makipeon Hardware Company. W. O. Worrill, who have been appoint ladies for the various part. delivery.Our .
n-tt. visiting northern friends have arrived served. Many trees will have torn of the county except Saint Cloud, Seed Potatoes are the highest quality, Maine grown selected ( "
M here for the. winter. limbs hanging on, or snags left from which will be taken care of by Dr. seed. .. .::t
< "PRL1IIOne pair. rood bqrae.jal.o ;
t on* two-horse wagon and Mrs. Hannah Bower has returned breaking' limbs. Get the torn limbsff M. B. Cushman. Seventy thousand Advise quantity and variety you will want. (4...._ "
rl I4.'" honed See W. B. Maklnson.. at the from an extended Visit in the north. and make your cuts as smoothas seals have been allotted to the club MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS : ...i

hardware store. I-tfc Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Francher entertained possible. Where the cuts are -hence the churches, schools, Chamber Have made good with both the small gardener and farmer sad the
FOR BAUD. For Rent* Famished at dinner Sunday Mr. and large, paint over the cut surface of Commerce and all fraternal ones who plant thousands of acres ;i
.r .r Rooms and .No Trespass Cards. 10 Mrs. J. K. Houston and son, J. L. with white lead or carbolineum. All organizations will be asked to help Plant Tour Fall Crops with Martin' Hy-Test Seed. and Insure Results. '
feentsjeavb at The.. Oasette offln*. green and dead limbs should be taken : .
..-tf Houston, and grandson, Theodore -put the sales through.
( The two-latter named are guests in out of the grove and burned for this i Yearly the Mothers' Club sends a FALL CATALOGUE ..

t dI , .FOR BALK-On. nets Electric Wall Saint Cloud from Beaver Falls,. will be a fine way to get rid of some I box of clothing to the Jacksonyille :Martin' Fall Seed Catalog Is now ready. Write for It. Everyone .
1 Pennsylvania.Mrs. of the many' citrus diseases. Don't I Orphanage. Probably no year has Interested! In Florida Fall and descriptive! should avail themselvesof '

sett. '-If. \ Frank Kenney entertained at be in a big hurry to sell the fruit. called<< for more pressing needs than on Information request to -those contained who tend In our In their names catalog.promptly.Supplied Write FREES for ;.
1 > dinner on Sunday in commemoration I I left<
#t( FoR and .8.ALJD-On.on. Harass'Nash seven-passenger touring- car of the! 'birthday anniversary of. -her rtn of fruit going into the market the club hopes there may be an immediate E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY :I.
r: touring' car. Both of these at bar. husband. The guests were :Mr. and tow, and the fruit hanging should be and generous response to "I-'j
tx 1 galprlo.L: W. B. Maklnaon. Clt I-tt'. Irs. Jessie Cotterell and daughter: I left until the market calls for better this worthy object. Send clothing 202-206 Eat Bay Street Phoa. 43771230Rose's' !

Avis, and Mr. and Mrs N. B. Bitler. fruit. fruits or whatever gifts you have to v
.FOR BALK-Two boys' cotta .-.al' Harry Purdy has arrived from From all reports< f old else, velvet.' on* dark bias on. Connecticut to. spend the winter with west coast counties were damagedmore welfare department.

,"", ,'.* collar dark great and cuffs, Russiandetachable., style. ,1i.arlyinn's whit.v his parents Mr. and Mrs., P, V. L. than we weir here in Osceola. Mesdames A. 'T. Morrison and L. ..0000000..0000000..000..0..0000.0..0.000.. . '!
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'' ...'. Apply In Main street 4'-tft Purdy on Maryland avenue. This being the case, a, sbortage'of H. Ingram- chairman .of.civie. improvement > . ( C'I{ i
' Saturday evening some 'of the truck crops will result, so the vegetable department reported their *

',, :t .FOR,, .ehlna BALB; nearly-Wooden new. Apply washing 101 Main mail many friends of Rev. Frank Kenney grower in Osceola must make work which shows for itself as to Taxi Service .
stret. I 10-tf gathered at his residence on Carolina every effort to come back stronger' I lots near the railroad and the post- Q
.i".y." avenue for the purpose of extending than before. I visited several'eggplant office. Soon there will be a completion

I, .; r LOST congratulations _upon arriv- and pepper fields Wednesday -of their efforti on the..federal .

LCA -About noon Thursdky between 'ng: at his seventy-fourth birthday morning and find the eggplant stood lot. As a bit of variation in their
Clay, street'and Dakln avenue, an anniversary. The proceeding was in the storm better than I expected successful attempts to "brighten the Anywhere-Anytime
open letter
I.L-5. ; 'order seven clam"dollar.' addressed, and a nil to express C. D. were many pretty cards,.and gifts oft Now that we "must come back in the using about $25 'Of their fund Day NightWith
I, tit Dansby. Please leave at office of more substantial nature. Refreshments game let the eggplant grower go this week in placing curtains in the or
ii The Qamette. were served and a general: through his field and prune up the Chapter House. .>.
1 'ti : plants, and cut off all eggplants that The has reminded the
t" J,08T--on Monday nigrht. a tarpaulin; rood time was enjoyed. Among: president er Without Driver PhoneI264Parh: Hotel
r w six llxis; near thy crossing of Verona those present were J. L. Houston and will fun culls, and. haul from the club of the "Loan Chest" which) Miss '
yq ,. and Bermuda avenue. Reward ton, Theodore, of Beaver Falls Pennsylvania field. When it dries, run the harrow, Albina Smith keeps for emergencycalls. '
t rimmed for return to C. C. McCoskey KIs-. ; Mr. and Mrs. Z. Barager; or cultivator with a good This means sheets pillowcases

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ernest and |bf fertilizer and bring apPliCatiol\1 towels, gowns any articles ;
i XX>8T- ..abean. with void centre; Initials -.daughter Miss Alice Trainer; Mr. to fruiting', for the market which may be needed fo rthe sick.

w ..r R.ward"J''for and return"B" on opposite to Rev. sides.J. A and Mrs. A. S. McKay; Mr. and Mrs.G. good. Members were asked to send mag- oo ooooooooo.ooooo..o.oo..ooooo.o..o.o.ooooooo

Button, Klsslmmee.JX W. Penn; Mr. and Mrs.-. K. azines to the jail-whether prisonersread
Houston; Mrs. J. W. Francher; Mrs. To remove bilious impurities in or not the pictures would add ALLIGATOR
.iw wmt ? colored->8T-Toungpointer.ears; collar. full-Brown; answers, tan-to Alice Kefrney.There the system and be made internally some brightness' to the twenty-four ,i:. 1

', y name of ..St...." Reward for re clean and healthy, you need the fine hours in a dreary cell. No matter
) turn. J C Pug-h. S04 Main street. may still 1 be found at the tonic and laxative properties of Her- :what the fault on their part--ours : Located at Lake Alligator on Hard-Surfaced Road
t Klsslmmee. office of The Gazette s taw more bine. It acts quickly and thoroughly. ,must always be the constructive. '
bundles of old for which thereis 60c Sold by J. Z. Rob Just Across The Canal
C .w' ,. WANTED. paper. Price e. I There is interest among a few : "
usually such demand. Theseare '
a
erson. and
I Iw'.ANTEDoChlldr..n members as to civil government
tor. the kinder- neatly tied uo ready for delivery. I acts of congress. Congressman W. COLD DRINKS. SANDWICHES. GASOLINE AND OILS
.d .artan. Hern Is given all the care ',: The supply is limited and those in BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED J. Sears has been accommodating : ,I
very
Ihattths mother
would
render; we I Lunches for Picnic Parties
;i look after the little ones con.cl.n-1 need are advised. to call early for FROM OVER TH5 STATEH. I in sending to the club copies of .
tlously., Phone for- them. 20-tfx
bills whenever requested. Miss Julia
r.lI"uI.r. ,
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_ - - D. Yenca of Clearwater has secured -II. Lathrop chairman Children's Bureau &
.. G from a twelve-acre' field six tons .- has sent quantities of data- Coyle. Lloyd :

l of shelled and hulled rice. He was particularly as to bills pertaining' to :
i ka; *: : green at the business-and the recordis women and children. The club will 4 )* +4.C

thereby. the more encouraging. maintain a study class this year .. t
along civic lines. At the next meetIng ;
YALE "TIRES-: J. V. Jlaig-ler now has a contract for Saturday, November 6, Mrs. Sy
of derricks at Palm-
nine sets
erecting Alexander Akerman will give a '
it.. ( dale. which. will be used for oil and brief summary of important topic. GOING TO TAMPA? 1

> petroleum. Mr. Haigler' is a stockholder of'Ehe day and Mrs. G. W. Best will The "Banana Truck" will make trips each Sunday "

in the company, and he said actual report; .curren>x activities of the federation Tuesday and Thursday. Will haul freight or passengers '- ;

operations are to egin November -ctate and national. to 'L'ampa.tor any point along route! at very reasonable I

; 1. Geologists have reported very fav- Meetings are held on the first and ,prices on those days. For particulars see... .".
orably o.n the land at Palmdale. They 3:80 '
third Friday afternoon at
-" .-. think.it Is as likely to yield oil as u.'Ee SPEARS '
,o'clock in the Chapter House. Visi-' = .
rfe4' t similar soils in Oklahoma. ors are always welcome. 1108 Mabbette Street KISSIMMEE

KP? tt Joseph D. Woodard, who has served CELESTE J. FRIPP. 4 JO .OO.OOO.O..OOOO.O..OOOOOOO.O.OOOOOO.OOOOOOOOOOOOO '
l Presidtnt. .
Miles fabrics
8,000 Adjustment
: I on as clerk to the board of public instruc- o :

tion of Polk county for nine years BRYAN'S HURRIED WORK 4.. ....... .. . .. .... .... ... ... . .. . .... .. +
the
has been indicted .grand ,
by jury .
ii i ir '" i. i 12,000 Miles Adjustment on Cords on a charge of embezzlement SAVED HIS HUGE OAK = {'

r -i a sum named being "fully .$12,000." It .. Hour: 9 a. m. to 12 Noon. Hours: 7 p. m. to 9 p. 'm. J

was claimed that Woodward had a The great 'oak tree in frnt of the : .

clever scheme.jregarding.. ..w stooej: > lie F._ Companywas
: All Adjustments Made Here rants-which are equivalant to promissory threatened with destruction :

*;v;*' j notes; and that he drew warrants Tuesday afternoon--as it swayed so Kissimmee( Business College

supposedly for school Jlul'pOlleland strongly that the surrounding: side .
: : secured personal credit for them walk heaved and trembled. The people :

-.n: LAY& THOMAs was stated by the grand ''Jury. The living near there were anxious I .
MERCHANTS AND
work has been going; on for four that (the tree be preserved-and the : FARMERS BANK BUILDING t

1;;,. t' ' .' : years, it.if ..declared and it would appear owner of the premises was feelingthe Kmimmee. Florida
r '' there has been no audit of the same way. There warn, no timeto
/ StartAvs..e Garage, Plea. 22. aOoiaaa.** school funds for that length of time hunt a 'lumberyard a supply : ,

_ 0./-;' [ . .'. " <" . .. . : ..t was reqnisitionedfrom the new building .
''"' A' clear colorless liquid that will of Green Woodall to help in the .
: -
( heal wounds' 'cuts sores- and gills lathe wctrk. Then- some specially strong : JAMES D. MacGLASHAN. Principal, MRS. C. E. HILTON ,
i .tir,; '
f : latest and best productlon.fmedical.adenee. rope was :obtained -- Mr. Bryan is Commercial Branch
.'. Stenography and
' ) : 1eltt"litlMiers ; Jisectiddet ; .Sprayer 'P. ltrr-SeppBett ., 'Ask for LiquidBoroaone anxious: >that' n6;details i be 'given as : . t Typewriting- '

; .....t Goedsi' "i' 'Fair Prices ...' j I Preespt SUraMsit ,. It )is a marvel in flesh-I to where J\ ,was ,.'obtained, nor bow- .
; J'y., : : "' slat'T.-r: Neighbor. $.' Know, V.. : healing. remedies. Price, 8ac.>:. 800 and there were numerous guys attached ,
.' and 'I. O. Sold by J.-Z. Roberson.: ** ,to the upper portions of' the : Evening Closes Start ,Monday. October 3, running OB : ar_ ,
: /E. a'FAINTEA FERTILIZER' ;CO. cloe.Tffle FUtisU" ;V '' I
x _:, ; / tree _d .fastened. securely. A. a CGf'
(; 0.1;;May'."A :I12rt'Prke 'LW New:fkniikbf ,"SIMON ,PURE" .site Considering all -expenses, -it Tcosts rerart the :eak;:withstood. all the elements : Monday, Wednesday*. "and Friday ', I

-.,.' --M...."... a'"" :1\\r"GEM'... "'. V ', an .undel'K1'& v -
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fe-f I' >. IUUU' $10* ..year to carry,,on I his |udiea.arr. Main street. ?" ",
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;; .l! 1'1 j\\ '!\\j'J': >\ ,t1.\ ilir' ',U.K'! ( :!. "' ; dr.fJ:1:! T.I.i. !''I': '. ., .. TANk, I I CUfSGED11Ofn"( ( rf 'New offlclar Europe;'automobile;giving i road present*lt&boundary map of

TAPPING THE THOUGHT Ikies and, a splendid map 1 of the ;

: OSCEOLA, 'HARDWARE COM'Y WITHERjTTHE>> BOGY world projection.bn VanJex.Grlntan's. It is, profusely spherical illustrated -

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: By '!THORN < ana bears a mass of dataj and statistics ..
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Workers Sick lard. "Fro. Exer- for general references.
1 -- The Times-Union should be In every
Mebbe She'd 'Object '
r. There's a village1 in Citrus county I According ,to the Winker Park Post tion price is only 85c> ,,per month or
*' I named Holder. Well, if she looked that town has a MFla. Nat Pub. Co." Men and women who loll either $9.00 per year. Every readers; new or.

r good to me and was willing to co, From the title it should prove very physically or mentaUy, use, up ener old. sending $9.00 to' the. Florida ;
'operate I'd be willing to do. my share. economicaWfor the thing is .certainly fy. When they overwork they use up Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville
.as ink-savec; Amen. more energy, and sometimes the blood Florida, for one year's subscription
Decidedly A Safe Shot : *' gets in a run-down condition. ;,With will be mailed, absolutely) free of

r Man named Turtle\ has, been elected << Finally Won Out out rest the blood. cannot get back to charge, one of these. splendid Charts.
e treasurer of the Saint Augustine After forty years of waiting and normal, so that it become clogged I 45-tf y y'
4 .. Country Club. The chances are that reaming John Hammer and Susan with waste matter from over-exertion MISLEAD #f
he'll not shell out one cent more'n Henderson have been married in The clog blood virtually,withers IT IS. ,
1 Re's absolutely forced to. Lancaster, Penn.ylvanla-thus again the ( strained looks on palefaces TOPUBLISH THE TRUTH
proving the slowness of that state. the thin, bloodless arms, the '-- '
Awb
SayS ,the Zolfo Springs Herald: have avoided by procrastinating tired: feeling, are the results of stale Punta Gorda Herald, is evidently being -
1 It must be awful to be whatever that means, you know. blood depriving'' the system of.life-- criticized by ',some.people his s''
automobile. i giving ,. I town for telling .-Punta
and
. I poor own an S oxygen inefficiency I
-- --55 Gorda' about the
--" -"-Say"yourascallyditoriwhat; _.are Here's Real Excellence Workers go to' the drug store andret of, the
you looking at me for when you say 'The Issue-of-Senator--ThomasUL.! ...Gude'a. Pepto-Mangan when they old city officials ,who. came near sf ,
- .that? There are others in this city Watson's paper, the Columbian Sen-, :eel 'weak and run-duwni-They_tsVa_it, leading the town Into bankruptcy before ,
.and -county" "and'state""Jess-as' --poor I-underdateolMonday1October in either the liquid or tablet form.TKanfiakertherblood change"of uuvcinnient couldboeffected. -.
I as I am maintaining a silkoline au.. 24, contained one article onL.T'WhaVs; rich"M-'ed..and: ._ ,He 'publlshea. the facts
( : tomobile on a bedticklng income 1 the matter with Georgia" that was drives out the' poisons. Life-giving I from an 'report"watch. "rear ; 'S
'I 11& worth the price of a year's subscription. oxygen, carried by the little red cells;" vealed that few citizen. of Punta),
Has Anyone Tried It It wasnt so long but what it renews the.strength and builds up the Gorda krfw. Instead of appreciating
1 From what I, know about borax I'd could be quickly read-but .It con.taJ'ed entire system Look for the name enlightenment, some of those who
think that a pound 'or' so of h} wouldbe ; BO much truth that no other "Gude's Pepto-Managan on the pack. were probably (a. usual)"' involved '/

a mighty good thing ,to put ina paper in Georgia would dare to republish age..-_Adve !!!.ment. criticised Editor Garrett for giving
leaky radiator; And it i.said, and it. his town a black eye by letting the
I've proved it, that it .a kid sucks a *' ,. Good,POT Ella .*. world in on the secret that the flnanclal -,
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4 ,tatas of.the town
unsound.
Which Was "The" Story was
sour lemon in front of a man playing
Says the Winter Haven Chief
musi the Orlando Sentinel : There is- not a man, woman or child ain
It's Cool.These Mornings a piccolo in an orchestra the Says : Little Ella Mae Luckie hada
Punta Gorda who will dare'
clannLhave to stop. Mebbe a half- An acting postmaster of say "
redo KIsBimmee is charged with a birthday. anniversary parThat's Garrett mi reprenen ed' the facts, as't6'
of lemon Julce'would help a
I, and you need one of. our, Portable Oil Heater to chase pint iator, also and moreover. shortage of $250 in his ac t)"., is often. ,the_case. Some of th.mwould
why I think little Ella Mae '
tile chill out of( the corners of the 'room. Just the thing counts. He must have been was luckle. rather continue, heToadto' - -
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Still It Ha.. Disposition! reading the story 'of Our financial disaster than to ... certain
for the nursery and bath-room. For a few plunks yeuan A. little sugarA Lena. Wonderful! W-o-n-d-e-r-f-u-l officials",pronounced ..inefficient.' -Arcadia ) '
little juice If any of those "stories" were not New., ; 1t\ .. ;
make the whole. family comfortable.Our Thirty davand stimulating tea higher degree thana Says the Bushnell Times: .
:
A arrived at-
young lady ,
$250 I'd that he Ordinary'privates 'of'the'IftaUonaluard
It's ready. for useFlorida mere suggest put
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
earn $64 a .: r"y
Grower. In "three weeks" perusing Elinor year.
stock of Hardware and Furniture is the biggest ever Glyn. Cleo Wells last night and '. I

aad that theWinchester But on the chairigang * All calls I have Cleo daddy.ia that, week-
remember we are Slightly Befuddled Heading to say any ACHES AM) ;PAINS-
E'er you're loose, old babe that can recognize the ,author .
It's thirty days- The Pensacola News carried a
Store So what's the use? heading like this: of her being and commence to SLOAN'S
I call him names at that age has a GETS'EM; !
Campaign To
Desperate' college profelso"n.11ed. to the pole ,
and have ,a large assortment of their superb goods. Adjcctively A Fine Man Save Life of North Carolina' and ; handicapped
a graphophone VoIDtheml
of Murderer Ends Successfully scven ery rr cldn; 1 1a.
Plant 'City Courier tells a suspicious -
miles. Oh !I" A'
character arrested in that Today. Monninh Slayer Goesto "daddy Haw a bottle of sa-n'. Unie
VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME' city and Among his belongings were Death in Electric Chair. * meat heady and ,apply; ,''whea n
a found a "fine" Elgin watch, a "fine" If it's really a "success" to get the There's A Moral To This you first feel the ache or.. i.
!gold chain, a "fine'' set of keys, a"fine" man electrocuted then I have a misconception Says Senator Thomas E. Watsonin It culckly: eases the pain and ,ends '
his own the Columbia Sentinel of warmth
"fine" mandolin of the term. I mean by paper, a feeling throughthe
OSCEOLA HARDWARE COM'YEverybody !gold ring, a ,
: aching
a gold-lined silver drinking-cup in a"fine" this a "success" .in the effort to save Senator Knox had procured toiOumt part.rubbing.Sloas'sliaisseatea.Msf.e5S S .. .

case, two "fine" .flashlights, him. Amen. a set of my books and Fine,too, for rheumatism,neuralgia, .
"finest" revolvers. *
and two of the
sent them to my desk with sciatica, sprain.and strains stiff joints, 19
.... The remainder of the stuff gathered What Punctuation Will Do the request that I auto lame back:and sore muscles.-i T --,. ?.,. '
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in "nice." It looks to me The omission of a comma in an ad-
was merely
them which I did. For forty 'e8n pain's ; Askmraei
fie b Aaybody Advertise: Their "Wants" ia TaeVaDcy GaietteI as if the fellow was going to be con- vertisement for neckties in the Rollins Two graph days later- he was dead. ). :*' f'jftr. f;:enemy '?- ;j jk
victed of something-r-in which event Sandspur makes a burlesque of .
Future purchasers of Senator 7Oc!, .. .
the entire The notice ,
another "fine Yassum.
he paragraph.
may get ''
Wateson's works will not : '
probably
* *, reads: "This necktie is among the I.r- '
More Bread And Fish choicest In pure Silkdom; hence a insist upon. an.autograph.. :: ,

*,' Says the Clearwater' Sun: mute, though powerful aid to the His Scheme'Didn't Work "
Tax-collector E. B. Mc- man choose to sell it." If the Sand-
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The who built Merely:!" as a matter of' corrobora meatl7oeY..rCe.l.at..ef.b.h.:
Clearwaterjust desires to acquaint the ad-
foolish man Mullen came to spur man tive evidence it might be stated that .
vertiser of his blunder I believe
silly
fifty-six years ago yes
in a late beauty contest between four
terday. Mr.' McMullen saidit I the manufacturers, would send him a noted editors, the said contest being .. t
his 'house on the sand- was the custom at that handsome tie free of cost. Ludicrous pulled off at Lakeland:, Rube, Allyn and otIIw'-W.dl.fye, wy \ Si'> 1
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isn't it? From New York U.. .
tn.l7
to eaten mullet p.
time a fry a three .aw- OlnM '
1 sought to win approval the .
.u.Mbear,
half and boil the other firm, too and also.
one ...e.tl..e.aw
sweet judges "rol1l his down" a.0m
by g'
He gave an example in folly which anybody half. The hard half took the previous to the decision. It developed If..............,p ,-- -
of bread and the boiled Fooln.-And Darned Fools
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Can understand.It place abit later that none of the Judges DrHobson's
Under the sod ;
half wa smeat.Tha.haUn' carried hers that waynd thatis 1
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Mac's remindsme Lies Deacon Hale
story ;
the. the Rube second. Bczem&Ointmcat '' "
isn't so easy, however, to sense the mistake of .some of the eggs I used to buy He winked and drank'Some Rube merited reason the came '"'

of:trying; to build the body on foods. which. lack during wartimes. I'd boil one hard "Ginger Ale." him. rebuke they' gave. 04wOMN

essential nourishment. -real hard.' Cut it ip two One : r 8erp
""fft :, y half I used-as bread-the' other half Here he sleeps Be Honest ,
< Here, 'again, is a ( foundation of sand which I[ usually found to be chicken. Awful One Johnny Fonker; Never could understand Why some 1
bothersome it was, too for ,He rounded a turn' . .. .
when the ? restaurants will advertise their
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.4elves 'way, test on
: comes.-: ''H \ c" '
. like both Without 'honker.
'.'("J!;" ', sometimes I to make ends a menu "roast turkey." That"young"
; meat., :t thank S': -Sai Petersburg Times I young
you. ., ,
4 .doesn't fool The
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Many a food that tastes good lacks honesty ,* * k anyone.

of nourishment to equal hs taste. Thus it tempts I Believe You're RightSays S. Beneath this rock the talks critter eating has it readily recognize that

the appetite into mistakes that often are costly. the Arcadia Enterprise: Lies "Beauty" Bland; pears in some Instances been.turking that so it's many oldenough
The Kissimmee Gazette Is He was trying to driveWith -
to vote. The word "roast
Grape-Nuts is a food which helps build bodily now coming to the front his left hand. turkey", in any menu will get 'em, TIRES DO lUBES REPAIRED,

endurance for life's stress and storm. The full ,asking for fool-proof autos. all right; and those who raise them "
Bully F'r Old "Donned"Americanism RHREADIIQ,
nourishment of wheat and malted barley, together There aint no such animal, he is spoke from know it doesn't pay to sell 'em till .
as
with the vital mineral salts bone Thorn. they get their growth-and then they '-
so necessary to is the; Orlando Sentinel in telling of the
Nor there a fool-proof spot
aint mo'. Yaa.um.'The .
structure and red blood corpuscles With phosphates light. There are many accidents opening of a candy shop: young-no EIRE8IONE N iUBESIiNO T : D. TIRES .i
Mr. Pattiry stood behind :
for the brain;; is retained in" GrapeNuts.The caused because some open-mufflerecV Gazette's job department Is

long baking process by which Grape-Nuts is idiot chooses to flash his spotlight the cashier's counter duringthe equipped to do all kinds of job printing

made gives the food a natural sweetness and an directly in the face of the passing immaculate afternoon white, donned costume in an on short notice and at reasonable SWIMMINGBELTS_ ,
driver and in Kissimmee with- ,
; even price.. We make a specialty of
unusual of and
ease digestibility assimilation.
which are also worn by his
in a few weeks there was a gang of loose leaves for ledgers. 47-tf.
boys on Broadway flashing; a light large force of employes, and ALFORD ''
Served with cream Or milk, Grape-Nuts is from, a parked auto into the faces of with a broad satisfied grin. CONTINUED GROWTH OF L. II. ;:T'
nourishing and whether cereal atbre8kf'ast I'm tickled to death that the boss- '" '
fully eaten as a passing chauffeurs. I don't believe 1ST .OA.bw.T' 'W" ,
or lunch' or made into a pudding for those boys for one moment realized man was "donned": all right--even if FLORIDA TIMESUNIONIn - .. . '
the possible danger in the act they his white costume "are also worn by "-,"'...
dinner. Grape-Nuts has a particular delight for his force" but keeping. with its policy of constant ,
large great gum- ,
were committing they merely ;
the appetite. Sold by grocers. "funny'1' drops! It must keep 'em busy chang improvement the Florida y
thought it but it wasmighty a
dangerous thing to do, when ing that donning from one to the Ttmea-Unlon has added to its which columns rm. I,
several new features, .New fish.M
other. Then too he have I
some
the park curb was close on tho side may
Gr are sure to m et the approval of its .
p -Nuts-the ,Body Builder and a long line of parked cars on the gir but, pshaw, what s th' use to readers. Among them is the publication '

"There's a Reason" .* r other. But ,on the highway-well, a carry this" candy story farther "As of a complete novel a week 1

gun is /far less dangerous that a you were. by,such well known authors as Booth FRESH' aid SALT'WATER: |FISH +
when the refuses to
owner
spotlight\ Tarkington, Robert ,W. Chamber, '
-j dun., when the .other driver "winks" Frank Blighton, Bertha Shafer, OYSTERS SHRIMPS 4-S' CRABS. ..... .

at him. 1 Wouldn't You Laugh To See John D. Swain and! Frank H. Spearman .

and the series includes a number ,Supplies received dally 'aid,,'only

< ) IT Nightpoliceman Lanier ,dressed of novelettes by Bret Hsrte, the best stock. will be', handlid.
,
13) <) < } <)' < : ,<,Ol'l' '< ? <} hk kilties? which have never been released for :

.. r I" Alexander Akerman voting the newspaper publication. Books by ; 1" 'r

W r- ) .. ,:, ioU. .n S democratic ticket? these authors generally sell for $1X0 FISH DRESSED AND DELIVERED '..
John McPhatter "teeing up" in each so the reader can readily appreclate ':AT .YOUR. ,!l9 '
w At is! !e. 'i'ii AI itp nl a game of "goflr?" the additional value received. 55, -, C .t Sirs.

Jack Sparling telling a true fish J '
story? Good Night Stories by Blanch SU. Mallet, per' pOG ndu.r\ __. -1ScQUALITY'

Lawrence Tress sporting a cute ver, is another of the popular new
)
0. PRININGU4t little. goatee features. While intended-primarilyfor MARKET(. ; ;
Captain H. M. Breaker wearing!)' children, parents also enjoy these CEEB' "*
a Pambeech suit made to order for charming- stories and so great ia F.. R. J
their educational value that in 14 Broadway ," : 'I"bOM" .
Councilman Rosen? manyof tS ,,. .. ,1: ,
John Overstreet "cussin because the larger cities the stories are 0

LdA., '11.' 1W '.. H... I'L. a/4 t, .1. &. ; i4 le. Laved.. tjl.,IIY. V Ji.l.l he had ..'change tires dur- read in -the primary grades of schooL h 4,

PQSTERHERE ing a heavy rain? Many other features appear daily
COMMERCIAL, ,BOOK AN& J. D. Woodbeck playing a flute or Sunday. More telegraph and more S VTh1 M VIGOR '
.. in a woman's orchestra? state news is being printed than ever :
Mayor Hugh R. May riding om be/ore. The quotations on its market Fsflsw If Teu Tat Tbu Alma "a ,
of 'those 64-inch high bicycles T''' page are accurate and up-to-the-
( ' other investment"that ''bring ':tach sore and' Ch.q..o, .TeanJ! "Afte* few;
no conetant Green Woodall wearing a belt, minute. Sports are given special!at.- *
i r '' with fine silver buckle in tention. Its woman's.page is of dally of suffenactstroobU ltsst.Id,
"profit ae prtntedealemanhip a* woe do it. There i* a placeof that to b.m5 the'
service to the housewife. illustrations
,! i no'other method of. getting btuinete. tri.arpenji0e y,' While Walter jrallusses Bass? training a clever. are published Many during a doeton-I. becamer rate,deapoojeat, wham>.TL 4*;,

"you are thinking'of a plan-of campaign you may be in need of Bill- little-football moustache? week's time visualizing news events somehow Fief**'* book/.Tb eaaae &UdicaliAd possasaioaveU iew.'*&
Principal D. B. Shaver and of local interest. From an editorial duijit. daaid.d.1 u14be "'
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Statement Letterhead Envelope Loo..ka/'n..Jcea Receipt After t
-- heads*, ) ; R. in one-hun standpoint the Times-Union ranks '
GeoTge Dayson
--- . *.. **; '-:1-' \i---I': -'A.. t a 'be.efi4rd b .Dr.Hero.. GoM em r, M.d-t-
Book or 'Label, Now i* dred-yard dash? with the foremost papers of the ioml Diseory and Aaum
THE' ) ,<: Green country, its editorial being widely wsiftap
The
the time to follow in th.footsteps Ernest playing it beaortlbirVM' three,
I quoted. x
t Wearing of The on a uku, S wefebed 1Mtreatment
of Heat army of taccetffalmer- leteT" --... For th. convenience of its readers Iba. wbeadrocsistoTesadllGOtoDr the

r chants 'uJlao'are,' in making'''for-,* 'K-ISS.I m. i11ee4Laiey! ---Gazet'te' qS ,..GeoJ1re' ,W.'Persons advertising. the Times-Union has secured'a most tool'. lb uandaca.praostarted -
', ... .. something that "wasn't" "a genuine, up-to-date sixpagewall I>chart, 3&x-: l
,S : ., tuna for th.rnulo.s. building"p (HOME.O: ,: GOOD PRINTING, bargain tn > "* 28 Inches) the first' pace bearing( a
h . John S...CadeV !"bnrryiag" along' map :of Florida showing Dixie. Union
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indaatria rapidlya ..
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I ._\the great?: ".i."f ';""IQ M? ,..' ... "::1.L fw..< 1t'r '," the aldewark going any old place? aaraaota! ,.Glades, a.Highlands, e+Yon .yomself 1 1weiN

Let. : *: loyOQrprMIIng.l, -, .":" ."' tiKjiSP* 'It* .1 ,KIOOIMMILS,, ., .Pi LO rtuDA .' City Clerk Gilbert running Charlotte and Hardee..the new coun I

.. t j-; . .. along and yelling -"firel"! so c it I Ieouldft't ties created by the,, l last legislaturesThisls uS
. .. 1--- ...--\I." ... lJ l l''''' l1 ' ,- ,,_ -< ... be heard'iounblocksAnybody ?*;"*I ,\lthrmeetc'eomplet. map-of
Florida available Census statistics dv1V
-:. .' .. :getting "clean' out of
',.. J his ear after it had been in a' gar.. for 1920 add to its attractiveness and fromyase .

'j r't.q: > : <) <> O(9) ,':. <). 55055 oS' Q t, < ., age, for. medical' .. treatment. .' ,value.map,of The the remaining United States pages showing contain .

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.. contest by dolling himself op put- I'' Some of the ancient Moorish walls The art of tatooing, as it Bank of England

tea jc on seeks and 'a hair cat no .f Spain 'air. being dynamited for la the South Sea, is rapidly.W aupply .ver nl lIafecuar41.11
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For"qBathtub. Ti: wader he lost ..t.: RaM i 1. at his the oU prof it In a deep well.
with death of
: belt w.... he is simply. Rube him. ;Bse as paving.._material.- .!.._.----=_._----- ..__ _ ._. -.. r - -- .
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,t Barpeoiilag Was Keen
: and Marble Following; the .noon hour the a

scribes hs4 their beauty II''shot\ and FNIp6 -_
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this was immediately followed b'y the
u.. 5APOLIO. Quickly r.1tTvdi big beauty contest in which Thorn- #

' . the-stains and mnlccs everything J..k ... dyke and Triplett were pitted againstLee e f
and Allyn. The former won out.
'like new. See't: .t the aawtef
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Miss Deneise Franklin.* Miss Jonphlae *
p t} . ', SAPOUO' M .." cvfIJY'! p n'-... ,. mane and, Miss Marjorie Hetheriagton '
i .rp( :.. acted a* judges, with Editor rti
4;
+ 'v Peal MOKCAITS SON tats A. P. Jordan as supervisor of > ""t
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1 .' $.,. M"f' a' la.t.r.r..i the arena. The contestants each viiST on'4 AGalCULTURE
M-Yedr Ik S. A. were given! three minutes for the de! .
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< f.... of their -ihI' r'x
beauty and reasons SEVEN RED-tETTER DAYS .
.i ',I 'iJ'/' / UseSAPOUO 'I why they should 'be chosen and then -i .
p ram the hot shots from the side *
: lines Willis Powell and Jack ortht OF PLEASURE AND PROFIT
iegtoa being the craftiest in hai r-
I:", : p..ning the contestants. The event ATVRDAT We*. *3Ui- Onenlng Bay. WEDVE9 AYE;. Nov., 10th--Governor'* and 1 ,MSNt '.
furnished a world of fun, and the Pre.a DR
MONDAY Nov. 14tb-Chlldrens-Day. NOT. Florida Bay.
resident, Mice i Gail BinkMy, W THVKHUAY 17th-All i
-""' I given credit for its introduction and S TUESDAY Kev.. 13U>-Shrine Day. FRIDAY,.A'ev. 18th-Klwani Day. : ,
success.-LeeRDurg Commercial. r 8ATUKDAY, Not. 10tl -Auto Races.
4nillrnaierielceuntriee
aline nf knowing Rub._ and I an. re JacksonTille. much enlarge
''the Abe tIIrth Florida State Fair and Exposition at
:THE WATCHER ular bouquets along Hide of them. remedy js Herbine. People'poplar find- and InorovedT'ranks with the-lfiaUn'Taln11l'the :Suutli.The! -state-BRit-ltd- --
jealous old mavericks that honed i la of
it a good medicine for purifying the eral government are participating extensively and many lair attractions
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from tile side lines. We still ataiatain system and warding off the. disease. more than usual merit have been provided-for your interest and entertainment. (
that a no fence law is the
M amoOnt issue in Flerida.-Wia.ter par- J price, 60c. Sold by J. Z. Roberson. ** 1
Klsslmmee has been progressing 1
t la a vtry, satisfactory, .way Sot the Haven-- Chief. HEATHER FROM SCOTLAND
f lent! few month. I cannot recount Praise* :Tb; -Ja4cell
.I all the good things that have come Three of Lakeland's. moat lovely An article appeared til Th-K-ill. FLORIDA I STATE FAIR ,
,t our way 'but the following list will girls decided the beauty contest in 'simmee Valley Gazette under the S z % .
I above heading written by old ;
a do a. a starter: About a dozen cottages favor of Thorndyke, of The Kissim- our
i j ,' and 'bungalow. have been mee Gazette and Triplett, ef the neighbor and friend, Professor J. D.
in of construc Lake Wales Highlander Lee IfscGlashan. He had received a
built or are process over
lc' non This Is not a large number, of the Winter Have Chief, and bunch from: a sister living atthe, old JACKSONVILLE NOV. 12-19 .1.9.21
}- but shows a healthy growth, and besides Rube Allyn of the Florida Fisher home in Scotland and sent a sprigto ,
there are as many more in contemplation man. Miss. Drane, one of the judges the editor, with thank for his -
which may be added to the beautiful' daughter of Congressman many favors and at the same time
ri } the list before the year is over. Two Drane, was selected' to de saying, "feeling that the romantic Auto Races AUTO POLO Horse Races
4 r fine concrete garages have been completed liver the prizes, and performed that history attached to the locality

.-- on Emmett_.street j.buI_ imparting -: duty_with a little pe chthatelectrified where the heather was gathered will\ The world'i.greatest sensation. Auto Polo, has been secured as the premier amusement
t a' faint odor of gasoline to the audience and'elicited roan make the offering more enhanced in --attraetlon'-fATery-afternoon: .- c.etHng horse a d_automobile- -racea.. .thrilling: r
' that part of town. On north Main of applause.-Punts Gorda Herald. your eyes and also refresh your free acts athletic contests and many other forms of amusement and entertainment will.
t street there is a new 'filling station memory of your ancient acquaintance he of absorbing interest.
where the his Many Beauties ThereIt William Shakespeare. This
> i + {'+ panting roadster wayfarer and may gas up pause with as must run in the Draae familyto spring of heather was taken by my VARIED Enlarged exhibits of all the ac- The truck and tractor display TRUCKS

much eclat as though he were in Atlanta "happily turn a phrase." Miss mster from the ground -made sacred INDUStivitie. summed up under this Is representative of the best TRACTORS
'' or Chicago. Right by the filling Josephine handed the editors a keen by Shakespeare" in references TRIES classification. types of these machines. Ma- FARM 'C. ,
1'' station I. a cute little grocery one when she told them the Udfres beth. Then continues to MACHIN.
stave, sort of a de luxe edition as it were disappointed that their choicein the play which demonstrate the LIVE Florida's rapid development in chinery displays? cover practi-
were said to be the prettiest emporium the beauty contest was confined to truth of his statement. Now Professor STOCK the live stock industry is tally all agricultural equipment. ERYFlorida's ,
s for the distribution of eats the four candidates, Rube and Lee, MacGlashan is a loyal Scotch- graphically in the -
In many miles. On the lake front Triplett and Thorn. And the victims American and only needs the kilts INDUSTRY .shown pensof State University in a .
c' ;n there used to be an unsafe trestle applauded roundly. That yonng ,and bagpipe to complete the picture.He fine stock.
,. over which all the maritime business lady should be a good deal of helpto is making good in his new ven- POULTRY Fanciers of Florida i and other special building displays its remarkable :
,r f: bad to be transacted. That ha. now Papa Drane in another campaignif ture, having a large class in his AND PET development and -
been abolished and in its stead ill an he should need help. Leesburg commercial school at Kissimmee atef feature extensive exhibits represents the advantages obtained UNIVERSITY
{ STOCK
f excellent paved causeway that will Commercial. Orlando Reporter-Star. fine poultry pet stock from its courses in engineering OF *

stand for ages. Running parallel to NEAT COLLEGE PAPER 10YS' AND ra**ItS.' ete. etc.. and its value to FLORIDAEXHIBIT
,
N the is the famous Rosey- Winners Were Proud
; causeway
d t. ? "a punk canal which is destined to be- The much-heralded beauty contest IS ROLLLINS SANDSPUR GIRLS' Florida Boys' and: Girls' Clubs the state in its research and ex-

..r ,eome a great: terminal for fishing fought by Thorn and Triplett against CLUB of all kinds have exhibits of perimental work and other de- -'
i macks-and some other kinds-and Rube Allyn and M. M. Lee was decided This term at Rollins is seeing a WORK r at educational value. partments. .
,! I h which has already furnished much in favor of Thorn and Triplett, weekly issue of the Sandsupr which .
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is really a credit to the institution.Last Per farther l fi .r
' w. to those choice whoa and the
spirits awarded
pleasure winners .
a vanity
the B. K. HAWAFOUHIIK, Brrrrtmrj ... Ural M...KVT, i
delight to see something new under combination. This occupied a liberal year paper was poorly :all Dyal-Uvckvrck, B14s;, Jark>..vllte Kim. .
, the sun. The old Rotunda building share of Saturday afternoon causing I printed and poorly 'madeup'andreflected Sped! Low Faree and Liberal StopOver Privileges Are Allowed on Alt tea. :
a y on Broadway now shelters two very much merriment among one of the' no credit'upon the college; i\
Th. lower floor but it is now appearing as a very
4 y? worthy enterprises. largest gatherings of editors that ,I
+ / + II. occupied by the Merchants and has recently been held in the state. attractive publication. The contents,
Farmer Bank and the second by a Judges jn this contest were,three of also, show a vast betterment the "
,business .college. The latter teaches Lakeland's loveliest and most popular matter is better written, and many
,' ';,t' the young folk how to do business young girls, Misses Marjorie of the jokes are new. The Sandspur. -
and.make money and the former a Hetherington/Josephine Drane and is.. all right. ; t
I good place to save it. Thia corner is Denise Franklin.-Bartow Records To get rid of worms in children .- : -,
p future of KJllh mee. A large wholesale Let It ,So Be Hoped fuge. The little sufferer improves at 0.UTOIOTIVES
grocery company has been organized According to the three fair judges once and soon becomes healthy active ; 4
ana I la now functioning all of the male beauty ,contest conducted and robust. Price 35c. Sold by ,> EfTEIRADIM
one of the heavy business epterprlse by the South Florida Press Association J. Z. Roberson. **
of this, city. So much for 'the at Lakeland, there are other '
thing that have already been achlev.r "beauties" in the association besides The forrner/ Empress Elizabeth of "
r ;,.r ..f, this year but the other day a man Thorn, Triplett, Rube and Lee. If Austria used to smoke all many as
F '." ,,,. whose face was principally smile Rube Allyn hoped to win that beauty 50 to 60 cigarette a day. ,
:"'? ,,took-- the Watcher aside and confidentially
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tif,_ ,"j' *told him that an automobile .: 4that "
__ qf':",:; factory and machine shop was about . .,,,,,,, '4
,\ .to locate in South KI..lmmee west of ''' .' ', ,
the Tucker :Brick Plant. Finding "
that h* had an interested listener he
; ,warmed, up to his subject and told of -
M the new Roliff apartments that will. Money
home
soon I be erected near the Manhattan stay at
hotel. Seeing that' his talk was doing
,- hi* hearer lot of. good he lower-
ed his voice and in a very impressive
.'.f .manner, told_of the proposed change
la the-old Waters and Carson store
r .' by.which it will be' remodeled, making ,. Why it is best For the

Y five store rooms fronting on EmMett .
.. street and resembling one side .
,of .an arcade. By the time he had citrus growers of Florida
finished, both speaker and header
were 'so enthusiastic that they had $

difficulty in keeping from shouting. C .
'4fi wt t Before' they parted they discussedthe

White Way that is being made : :
r around the courthouse square, and Floiidacittus -Exchange
r bird sanctuary and both were feeling . '
d* ; -; N' exalted and happy that they paid p
twenty-five cent for a copy of The - -
,' Valley, Gazette and dldn t ask for It is not what fruit brings in the markets that J
,' ,any, change back. who have investments, stake and the welfare of the it

counts, but money that'stays at home in local banks. industry at heart These problems cannot be solved by .

s ""It Started. Something Many a Florida community could own it* organization of Outside capital, the policies of
1
!1. "Your medicine i II the talk of the packing kotu, operated to do packing at actual which are fixed in other states. Nor can local probe

4 'town. since pulling me from thegrave. I coat for tgrowers.. if profits paid to speculators Ionia be solved by speculators in other Florida towns '
. I have. told dozen about it I had staved at A.orlIA t.
; L ;and I know of at least ten ,who are I
._ t, 4 ,now.taking Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy Each grower also would have a tidy balance to The Florida Cttnu Exckano maintains Outmost
'l+ P ,' all with good results. I never iarpeat CIII4 efficient setting organization in
{ help in spraying and paying for fertilizers if those
aw%anything kftOne! man who 1M north' ol all tU marketing
f bad been operated on for gall stones had been in the agencies operating
profits kept community. Look over the Florida .
Its members
l and had them come back. took it and bent by th e broadest
,,n I t says his symptom are all gone now citrus .areas. Note how 'progressive are those localities end*most accurate market ""

"'' ,r I't .and he swears he is cured. It is a where the fruit is picked, packed and marketed coy pet results"and at lowest cost. 'TK Florida '
''l t simple,- harmless preparation that rut SxcJuMff alto '
operatively. pmrcJuuet in Florida every
l remove'the. catarrhal from
t E'i .the intestinal tract and allay mucus the ins eommtditi. C and every service it i* possible to ob- ....

,' flammation-which... ._ taM c A
-practically --- - -- Compare the developments, the homes, the -bank1 eiwwsteptptuY.-
V all stomach, liver and intestinal ail-
I, intents including appendicitis. One balances with those of the neighborhoods from which'speculative

t 4r 1 dose will J convince or money refund buyers are accustomed to take the iTo co-operate requires only to,conduct yourself so ,,
( ed.,":,3. Z. Roberson and druggist: crops. that others can work with In the Florida
sx everywhere.SEVERAL . Cooperative marketing returns to the growers all for. you. Citrus

"* which their fruit sells, less only the minimum actual Exchange there are no initiation fees and no dues, in:

; '. >SIDELIGHTS cost of selling. It stands up under stresses where the ordinary sense: of the word. The payment of the .
N ,.ON THE.BEAUTY CONTEST actual cost of effecting the sale of fruit '
speculative marketing breaks down and speculative: covers every
'S f ': It Made A Hit buying thing. ,1s not such' an organization of growers one lit
w That,beauty ?. which y"ou should'hold
'.* South, Florida' Pre.Alloclation at membership Has not the time -
q The big problems of the future of Florida's citrus :arrived when '
t its Lakeland meeting a few day agowaa.altogetheraamsnomer you should avail yourself of the advan..

,.- : ; since it industry'must be worked? out )y the growers, :the men ,tag 81 offers?, '
I .i proved to be an exhibition. of image, _
"M'< 'hard''to believe'to': Ita....'' been made .
a '- / -for'. 'other than ; 'A.k''tM:\ manager'*of local Association of
.ny purpose, to Jllnstrate any" or any Bob-Exchange, '
*. .' what: beauty: J* notf; (',,But it ', ; I, ......, jf or write to the ba.hxis manager of the Florida OHroe.Exchange,Tampa., '
't T ;'ptade' ,'hlt.' Da>ever; it"waaUJaoknvill .. .' '. :
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DR. L. W1LKERSONated !Ii' Curt at Klsslmme Florida, -,
. ""' i LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS I list day ef, November.. A. D.OD 1i'; \ '
Herein[ fall .. ,
DB1WT. tVtOEON not .n"'., the penalty pr :
serib.d! by law.IT "

'Looat.d. la offlce formerly' occu,. ORDIKANCB TO .s) KjmTt.Bl MOTICBI 0 r Arm-icATtom. ron kU. order IS FURTHER ba published ORDRrMBD.one* a \week'that.
, pled br I>r. J. W. Simpson. I' An Ordinance to prohibit the la) LIAA" TO '*...... MiaosfS LAND or four consecutive weeks I. Klaslm- :
Otto Hours: *:SO to U I "* to 1:1' .
; : Spot Lights oa Autoiaobllea and ,
i n ee Oasette *
Valley a a.wsDaper
.... :: .tI'1lCk. In tb. City ot Klaalra"Section .. c........ c..t ..-- .... eat .shed In Daceola, County. Kterlda pa Tax Notice
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i 4 1 I >N Nav. MYowell's 'F/said.. o-.Ia -.17. WITNESS my hand and official seat 4
11' Be It Ordained bf the of the above styled Court on this llth.
1 Council .f the City or Klaalmmee that ID ne .tato' 0' Av.lra ObtOD. Manor. day., of October. A. D. lilt.J. .
the Usrhta oa automobile Notice I* hereby given to all whom : U OYKKSTRBRT.CUrk .'
t. . .... ... . ... .. .. ... and automobile truck within the It may concern that D... F. C- Kela.llnK Circuit Court. '
Itmlta of the City 'ot KI..I__' be as Guardian of Evelyn Ashton. (Circuit Coart Seal .," .
aadn th. earn** a... hereby prohibited. minor, will on the 10th day of No 1 By S. M, BUT.tX>ClC; O. C.
Section I: Any 0.on.* vember, A. D. 111.,, to the -Honorable .
person apply Whlttaker HI. A, Wlaltta..... '
., Tlolatlns- any of the provlalons'of the T. L. Comer. .County. Judas la NOTICE hereby given that the tax
foraarolnsv/ shall upon _...ctlo... b* and for said County, at hi* office In Attorneys fo:.paOoIll 1':1""t.: ...It '. .* -. ,
punished by a Una of not more than XI1m..... In said County' at II .
DraY'.B twenty-five dollar, or Imprlaoamant o'clock m.. .r aa soon thereafter a* ---- - ----- -' boka of'Osceola County will open for

ggage for not more.than SO daya, the matter eaa be beard for author ROHKUATIOI AND iaTHI.fTIOlOf
AlIordln.parto of ordinances ity to salt at ....". or prtrate sale, OBCMWbA,, COlHrrr/ riNANCK:* collection of :..
in conflict herewith b* and the th. 'Interest oC bvelyn Ash ton, followInrdescrlbed .. 1921 taxes on Novemberfirst.
same are hereby ,...peal... real estate, In said rtho tax ': report for the -
Transfer Read a Brat and aecond time In open County to-wlt: month of September allowed the fol- A
t _*.Ion. and passed' by unanimous Lou 1 and t of Block Stl of the lowing amouata collected: Ucenae discount of 2% will bo. allowed
consent, this 4th day of October. A. Town of St.. Cloud. Osceola County 1.11., '
----000- p. lilt. Florida ? The county depository report* on all taxes '
pbld the
A. K alCBKRT President WIII .. based up showed the followlnabalaaoea In the during : month ofNovember. ; '
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Attest: on the petition for sal now' on al. In various fund pctober U 1111; i '-3 3N0YICE

Phone, 23 3. R. OIL.BBRT. Clerk. '. said Court : teaeral revenue ...-____-__,..llt.1.1. In writing' about
A-p i02Lthis 4th day of October.SEAL ..t.ob.t" .t-. A: n. nil Road and bridge ____?.-?-.. ....II taxes: al
A. F. e;) RBI-SLINO. 'Ine and forfeiture ??_,?_ 1 ( ) H, R. MAT. 44-4t Ousrdlsn.HOTICB Fair fund* ...__-.?-?._,...._._ ah..l. ways give full description and enclose
41-4t Mayor.AN I Special publicity ?.___...-__ ST.el >>
TO COKTRACTOB Tlok eradication 414.IT .. :
M..V. BOYER L. B. ROBERTS ORDINANCE" .IHor.- : Paid warrants wer-----------. ordered can postage. ; -- -
Notice la given that bids will celled from the various fund aa fol- .
An Ordinance to Regulate the Op' b. received by the Board of County Iowa: '
eratlon of Passencer Vehicle for Hire Commissioner of Osceola County General revenue ____--------1744.0. I am now ready tb furnish estimates .
Boyer&1oberts In the City of Klsslmmea, and Providea Florida, up to and Including I* o'clockA. toad and bridge ??_.._?____ otl7t ,,
Clcene Therefor: M on the Ulh day of October. A. Fin. and forfeiture _. 104ThfoUowtnjt ... '
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H A-IT-sR AAil1 fLA-AT=y7t R.1'1017CIL N... D, 1 1I. _at-the-of ties_-ot thaClerk_of f- bllla were examined, on these taxes. .
OK THB'CITT OF KI88MIMEK: j Circuit' Court of said County, at KIsslmme approved an4..dpahlr __--t--- --' ------._ _
Section 1) That no percon firm or1 *. Florida, for the building andI s.lan.. .
corporation shall engage' In the buai- I construction of approximately six K t. D Overatraet. commU'r...__I I.ao ICe L. BANDY
We want more listings as we ness of Opratlna passenger vehicle''mile' of road I.r any part thereof J M Hensell commtelon___-- ..*.0I ,
for hire In the City ot Kllmmee, until said road locate In PpolalRoad H Wetherbee. ftommlsatoner... I."$ .
aye prospects for'Homes, Farms, such person,. nrm or corporation and Bridge District Number A K Bass commbeloner490 Tax Collector.w
rung-houses, and Hotels. shall hare Ant secured from th*.City I Four, Osceola County. Florida. W O McCletland.commissioner 14:BO 43-et ,
Clerk of the City. of Kllmmee. a ll.shall .1 For further Information In regard f L Overstreet, clerk A auditor 111.00 ,
otnpt attention, courteous tfeat- ae tor *uoh urose* WJxl h llrenae to themay .aI4. roa4.. ..11 -' oca4loni_ hnnton ft'Jarri>... -""'neYa64.41Milton .
'rent and "Live and Let Live" b. regulated a. follow: b* obtained at th. office Pledger pro.. attorney. II81 .. .
I ; prices Each .perwh"drm or corporation Clark of Circuit Court of Oaceola T L, Comer, county ud.*...-. IS. resident of 1I'n engaging In thebusiness !County at Klsslmme Florida. L, R Farmer car of Jail...... 118 -- .. - .
BOYER A ROBERTS .of a vehicle for I Certified check In amount of tlOOO :I H n.... Janitor.___:.__.-_ SI nO .+ < ,
license... hire, shall par an annual must accompany each bid. I Is L H Wilson county agent16e9. $ '
18 Broadway JdSSIM'MEE at the rate of IIS 00 for each reserved to reject any and all bids:: U A Bass supt. poorfarm66.SOMalatrsae.ee J
vehicle so op..t.d.Each This I th. 8th day of October, A. D. ,

>++ 4> 4>4>66 OO4>4>4><>4>4>0 not a resident person of firm Florida or engaging corporation In 1221, AMI.. Chauncey ._u_____.__ IS.00
.3. OVER3TREET.. 10 H Kenyon ___ 11.00Lythla
the...business of- operating vehicle --.' _ClerK County,. Cornmlasloaers( Thompson uuuuh_. 18 OO ..
I for passenger hire, shall pay an annual 4-lt Oaoebla ? ,
County, Florida.NOTICH Claude Sylvester 10:On :
We handle all classes of license the $76.00 for each ? ; = .
at rate of MrD Williams ___nu___ ___ 100 -- ---
vehicle operated. for passenger hire.: OF APPLICATION FOR TAX M L Stsnley ___nnU____ 1000 ,
Section t: No person. firm or corporation DEED Toile Peterson _____u__.____ 8.41'
operating vehlclea for p..- Ne>t4oela Hereby Given that C N':. Mrs M Itronson __________u__ *. olamuel
: .Real Estate senirer hire In the City notU Kleslmmee. Kins: purchaser of Tax Certificate Mont.doca ____________. too
shall chance more sum off 140. dated the Id day of July, A. D. _
Frank Evans .___________-___ 800
iOc for each passenger transportedfrom ill?. has filed said certificate In my Ella Hass ____ seen The Tax '
; one point to another In the City office and has made application for Mrs H E Smith hUuu._____ ___--hUO City Books are now in, ,,
of KUslmmee.Section .
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lax deed to. Issue In accordance with MlaeeJIaswraa.M ; .

Fire Insurance corporation I.: operating Bach person a vehicle firm for or r aw. Said described certificate" property embraces situated theollowInK B W I Robinson Barber, bal court. commissions.1218 Ilbrary.26.00: the hands of the City Clerk and '

passenger hire In, the city of Klsilm- n Osceola county., Florida, to-wlt Valley Oasette, Clanks 87.BOValley
men, obtaining! a license to dobualneaa hn
upon Lot 8. Block B Liberty Park.
In the said City of Klsslm- The said land being assessed at the Willie Bass Osmette., work;legal on ads62.11 poor/arm 10.OO Tax Collector
mee shall receive from the said Clerka date of Issuance of said certificate In Phone for 'Collection of
messages-county agent
numbered tag which tag shall b. the name of I. R Homer. Unless said Fleming' Bon, .supplies_ __ IU 8 ] .
and Rentals In --
i permanently attached a conspicuous certificate shall be redeemed according David Bass,
care of 0.00
pla_ on each "vehicle operatedfor to law tax deed will issue therein W I Barber commissions paupers' on n : Taxes for 1921. five Per Cent

passeBKer be hire where the same andpaesenirer on the list day of November A. U 1910 assessment __-___.... -- 3.66 ,
can seen by the City officer
1911. W R Maklnson ., supplies.. 41.1O
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_00A Section, or: any Any of violation the term of thl.hereof ordinance {heal!) ;J Clerk U OVEK8TREBT.Circuit 'rt.tSt Valley Dr W I Oasette> Wlnn., notice for Mrs of license Brown .1.110 t.80I Discount will be allowed for early ?

Osceola County Florida. 'I
W ,
Barber advance of 1.1commissions
hall be punishable by a fine of notmore
By 9. H. Bullock I). C
1911 L---------- 65000Mrs '
than 1100.OO. or Imprisonment of
Notary Public in our officeNelson than SO C L, Madison, care of Mrs dating from November
not payments
more ordinances or days.All parts of ordinance Notice of Sheriffs Sale. In the Dan Brown .__-__h.____ .___ 71.COselstels ;
l aonfllct herewith be County Court of Oaceola County Bros, coffin pauper 10.OO .
In and the
--000- same are hereby revokedRead Florida Bank of Osceola County R, O Mlnnlck supplies. _________ 1.78Wenner 1 to November '
a first and second time In open ilalntlff, vs P. C. nuttorff. defendant.\ A Sswyer. suoplles__ '..a midnight 30 1921.
session and passed .by unanimous To P. C. Bnttorft and all whom It may Phone rent. September __h.___ 11.78 ,
consent this 4th day of October A. concernNotice Is hereby given that Water and Light\ Plant30.10 10 lti
D. 111. under and by virtue of a certain Oaceola Hardware Company
A. 8 GILBERT President. judgment recovered in -the above. Installment sewer_at_JalU... 109,75 .
Realty Attest: case by said Plaintiff. Bank of Osceola Peoples' Bank loan to rev fund 1000.9 -- -' h I --. 4--.

J; R. GILBERT. Clerk. bounty, against the said defendant.P. peoples Bank Interest _u____ 10/.OO
Anproved this 4th day of October C Buttorff entered on the 18th :J W Thompson care Cad McCoy lit
A. r>, 1IZ1. day of ;June A. 1>. 1(11 In the sum G W Ashton. road foreman____ 100.OOI ,J i..
SEAL) H. R MAT. of Two hundred sixteen .dollars and :I I K ;Johnston Mel. road word. 18.11
Company 4t-4t Mayor elsrhty-two cents and uader and by G L. Hulllvan, road work_____ 1..TIII No Discount After November
virtue of the execution Issued on said H VVetherbee. road Inspection 16.00 30 \ \
udarment dated A F Bass, road inspection8.00
AN OHDINANCR! TO BR ENTITLED the .
1911 undersigned
ember A. D. 1'1 I. D Overstreet, road Ina ..c'. 8.00 '
An Ordinance to Regulate. the Use. a* sheriff of Osceola County Flordla.ha J[ M Hansell. road Inspection.-.OOI 1'i
of the Streets of Klsslmmee for heretofore levied upon and will J I E Bass, mule ___-__... .-_-__ 101/.011/ '" r
lie Entertainments and Provide a pUb-j ..n the rule day in December 1811. Owen Lanier roadwork ..u_. 16.00 .4
WEJMOVC!: : THE!: [EARTH! cense Therefore via: the 6th day of December, 1911 Will banter road work --..u_ 16O J. R. GILBERT
nK IT ORDAINED BY THE COUN- ; offer for sale and sell between the legal Jack Hlmmons. road work,___ 14 OO r 4i'
Or Anything On Top The Earth ICIL OF THE CITY OF. K1H8IMMKE: houra. of sale. In front of the Clinton Hlmmons, road work__ ISO .
I I : person or nersons courthouse door In KI..lmm.O.ce- W B Maklnson Co four wagon 165.so : i
...-- I,]I ct:1I1 ..;r..tolr.t. or beg alms ola County Florida, to the 'highest Eddie H LOu'.al.a.'k_ 40 14Kby 43-4t .City Tax Collector.' .> '
YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODSOr money I or other articles of value or and best bidder for cash, the Interestof A 1 $5.00Wedley : 'I
i' exhibit dlaplay and offer for sale or the said P. C. Huttorft In the folowlnsr Thompson road work__ 10.00 .
Anything That Can Be Moved. I exchange, merchandise. trinkets or described property located inOsceola B K Brown, male feed_______. 14 68 - J '4RE
', other !goods! and wares, or give public County, Florida, vii: The Alvy, convict guard_ 180 .
performances of acrobatic feats South half of the North East quarterof Yat.' : Comer road work..::::_ IS:S*

Get our price before having your musical performances' or other publicertormanoes the North West quarter and the ifose Tindall. road work_____.. 84.0* 1t j
I wherein a collection Is Soutbp ant quarter of the North WestquafrTer Arthur 1'artln road work_____ 8.e. .
hauling done. taken upon the streets or sidewalks of Section K, Township 15 Jim Clements,' road work ____-. 810 ,
-. .f Klsslmmee until such person shall South, Range IS Mast. containing six lowell Baas, road work ___-__ 6&.04)) .
r"lIVeobt.ln.1Ic. therefor from .y acres-.more or, less. This llth day Homer Partln, road work.___ 81.00 t
W. H. JQNESFRANSFER COMPANY the City Clerk of the City of Klsslmmee. of October, A.. D. '111. Ernest Glenn camp cook';... 80.0O --- .
save and except; however, all 1. R. FARMER Dan Drown, road work-------- 78.00 ARE THOSE AWl-:
,PHONf *I-S accredited and recognised charities, Aa Sheriff of Osceola KI... Auto Co.. car hire....__ '.00
w er'LeaeeiOWsra Q.. .1. Msrsfvare c. hall upon proper showing made to 44-4t County. Florida. !Kou.' Overall Co, convict stripe S4NFleming ,,
the, City Clark, b. excepted: from the A: Bon, mule feed_.u. l...II
operation It this ordinance. NOTIf TO fltUPITOHS Fleming A Son road supplies. 141.** N PtLLS"don't
Section X: All persons before en. A 8 Clllbert supplies ...______ 11.SO
srasrlna In say of the act. h.relnabov. !. Caart mt the ";;;ty Jadsiev Osceola .' C Bryan Co road aupplle*... 168.78

DR., rL DENNING, enumerated shall first pay a license C_aty. State mt KloriOa :J Z Roberson., supplies........ 1..0'red ". need them '
fee to the City Clerk of the City of .. McLaughlin track hire.. 1.80 . ..g7j'often
DENTIST Klsslmmee In the sum Of 110.00 for In r. Estate of J 1C HUllard. Lupfer A Prather, repairs ,._ 11.10W but when I cSo. I'

Over the Postofflee. each performance, and In case of a public Deceased.To N Maklnson Co.. supplies -.._ 1I..tlS I '- ,!need tJae -quhk.: .'On* or
performance upon the streets of : all Creditor, Legatees Distribu Mach Brdthera. lumber ______ 1.le and ,
OFFICE HOURS: > to 11.10. 1:11 t* *. Klsslmmee.: or $1000 for each day or tees and all Persons having Claimsor Osceola Hardwore Co., supplies 88 60 two. the pain I I. COD"-,

Residence Phone 174- fraction thereof In the case of solicitation Demands against said Estate: Mach Brothers, gas and oil____ 14 60 Dr.'unes' AnU-PsJn Pill,
of alma money or other. articles You and each of you are hereby :Joe Johnston, road surveying 15.00srenla I i . will relieve quickly and
-Ofne. Phone 1S8 of value. notified and required to !present any > Hardware Co. supplies I.eo you ,
Hectlon 3. Any violation of this or- claim and demand which you, or Vi F Parker lumber. ___n_ 81.10 lJ Id e.lel7-o unpleasant after,
dinance shall be punished by a fine either of may have against the Osceola Hardware Co. freight. 110.00 .,T -no. danger ol forav 1 '
of not more than 'IO.00. or by Imprisonment estate of Iou Milliard deceased, late :Joe Duller surveying ____-- 1800 Sing a drt/g habit. """: i
In the City Jail of not of Klsslmmee Osceola county FlorU J I C Orlffln repairs -. ._ -' 1110
M. TILLER 'more than 15 days. or both such fine da. to the undersigned Executrix of Smith Broders. work on EastLake Next time you pus d

and Imprisonment In the discretion of aid estate, within two years. from the road _________- ----____1S8 .10Joe drug store;itoe mend tt?
the Mayor. date hereof :Johnatoa, percentage on box.' ,
Real Estate Agency. All ordinances or part of ordinance Dated October 14 A.. D 1121. Melbourne. road work _--_ ._ 51.10 a .
In conflict herewith be and the EMMA; MYRTLE H1LI.IAHD. Mid Eul>ank.., road work38.50 Dr. Mnee And-PsJa 'PW

........-.----....-...a.... same are, hereby repealed. 4B-gt Executrix Lee: Bas road work-__---_ 8001 contain Ro habit fotmUg
Read a first and second time In open _ -
Llach Druthers supplies 11115 .
1 Realty Bought and sold. session and passed by unanimous .. rlrealt f ,.M. Htat ef Florida T L Comer, judge Juv court___ 1160 drugs , ,
Houses rented. consent this 4th day of October. A. 11I.....<<....... J-dlclsl. flrevlt. Osee Eddie Hansell I. gas and oiL_- 14 10 Your Dracglet Ha Tbeai[
1 D. 11I11. ... Couty. la t baaeery.Harry Oscar Barney witness __uu iI.68 -.

Taxes: paid and Titles verified A. B. GILBERT Pre.hlent.Att..t Robert Child., witness u___ u. 0.6* -- .
: n Parcel Complainant vs. 1))
:Jessie Klelnman cost O '
for nonresidents.Fire So; R. GILBERT, CI..rk.Anprov..d Adella: M. 1'arcell. Defendant. :James Case ________.____n_ 170 BOOSTING. FOR FLORIDA, MISS SMITH'RtORTSiTO' r."
this 4th day of October It appearing by affidavit appended to L H Farmer coat U James case 7.80
Life and Accident Insurance. A. D. 1$1t. the bill. filed In the above-state cause Milton Pledger fees. ,_____ l1S.00 AT WESLETAN COLLEGE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGEIn
n... Mayor. thereinnamed. Is -non-resident of t- H Farmer; f Jed -of prisoners. IU 0 Florida girls at Wesleyan coll.g1 culling a flock of 80 hen..thU-.
Indemnity Bond the State of Florida, and Is a residentof L H Farmer servant at Jail. 8000
, 'ADMI"'TRATOR"III' OTC'II' Almlra. New York; that she Is over ;J L JJronaon motor rop___.__-_ IIUUII/< / Macon, have organized a Florida week I found 38 slackers, 27 medio-,
I ...... ............. . ... TO SKLl. HEAL ESTATB the age of twenty-one years, It Is ;J L Overstrcet.cost (!n. Ct___ 867I. Club, with the following officer/ ; ores and 12 good layers. The owaer

therefore. ordered that the said I. R -Farmer cost Co. Ct._____ 87.16 President, Ductile Burnett; rice-pres was surprised, but glad to learn $
e'f hereby
!. Court Cevaty ....... State .f defendant
resident be and she Is been
O. F. KRIBBS W. J. STEED ....... 0-1. v..t,.. rf'qIJI.d'o appear to the bill of :Johnston commissioners Oarrett. extra_____.yorkfor ___ In..ee Ident Marie Wilson; secretary; Lois [why she had not getting more .

KRIBBS & STEED of David complaint filed In said cause on or Narcoossee Pine Co. lumber18181- Overitreet; treasurer, Carolyn White;; egg She is. disposing of the ,slack. ,
In re Estate F. Ravens before Monday the 6th day of December -
A CRy, freight on brick___800791 cheer leader Sarah Clark. A seriesof ers.
eceaaed. I A. U 1911, otherwise I the allegations 4

Act.....,.. sad Ceaaeelers at Law Notice la hereby given to all whomIt I of said bill will be taken as parties aad hikes have been planned """ -j
Klaslasase KlerlJa may ce'.1; that Otto R Bleerh confessed. by said defendant.It TAMPA TIMES IS for the coming year. Miss Lou. DRILLING FOR OIL _

&....... ...tt_ I..11 State sad> as. deceased the, Estate of the DavidF. I. further ordered that this order SPENDING MONEY lie Barnett of High Springs, one of IN SUMTER COUNTYThe "'
Ravens will on 4th !
be published once week for four
.... a :
11. States Cmmrtm.Pat :1.1
the musical is
faculty an honorary
day of November Ai. D.C 15$1. apply to I "on.ecu'tlve. weeks In The Klsslmmee .
theHonorable T. j.. County Valley Oasette. a newspaper publish- In'newsp.per circles there is much member. The following students sri Long Hammock Oil and I Ca

Jsanston' O. P. OARRBT Judlce office In I... and Klsslmmee.for said In County.said County at his In--_Id Countv and Htate. corn men t on the way that the. Tain- included in .th. membership: .Ruth Company which recently applied for' ., y..

JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW at 1 o'clock p. m.. or as soon thereafter .This I7th day; L.of OVBR8TREKT.October 1911J : pa Daily Times sypends money' for 'Ash ton, Palatka;. Doris Brown*!!, a charter, ha-begun-drilfng for'on T Win

as the matter oan be heard, for Clerk Circuit Court. news and features. It is the only' Perry'; Lucile Burnett, Tampa; Par-\ Sumter county, between Oxford' :f'

authority..1.. the following-described to sell at public or real.private.. (Circuit Court Heal Florida dally that prints the famous ah Clark, Kissimmee; Sarah CI.rk.1Cl..immee'i and/the WUhlocoochee 'river.. The ) 1.

Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Band tate In said .County to-wlf ,Solicitors'CHENEY *for: AKEHMAN Complainant. .'-St David Lawrence tetter. In additionto Lynda I Matheus, Ocala; company states that addltion.al'ID r ( ,.

Building. Lot No 17 of Block 1(7 of the townof t1K.AuociatedPress,the Times is I. Tampa; Vera Myres chinery will soon be oa the grounds.' 1.+..

KI8SIUMBB.! FLORIDA said St.town Cloud filed, according with the to Clerk the plat of the of IN THIS rihrurr COURT OIU'MOLA building up a highly expensive special Live Oak;. Lois ()Overstreet Kissim and several new 'well*. started..;.. .'; f

Circuit Court and recorded among the I COUNTY STATE' OK /'LORmA. news and feature service. In its mee; Esther Phifer. High Springs; .
public records of Osceola Co, state of IN ( THE WILD LIFE LEAGUE -
I. effort to publish a newspaper that Helen Pinaire Lake Hamilton; Billy : .
Fla., by the Bemlnole Land Investment -
Co.Which John; Wilson Edwin. R ) will be interesting to every memberof Sibert Palatka; Irene Tompkins And civii _
P. A. VANS AGNEWJ.TTORNET.AT.LAW' I will be i?based up. I Wilson and O A. Lem- 1 the family in homes all over Ocala; Kathleen Turner; Tampa; nowcomae -anew o"1.der"Tb. -
on the petition for each sale now 18 > mon, as Executors of ) Florida. Martha Weir Tallahassee Carolyn Wild Life. Leaeu"T1ae ..J''P. J
/ last will and ; I .
i file In said Court the testament ) purpose of this unique ;
OFFICESe Dated October T\oA.. D. Mil I of Thomas. Wilson Besides the Times membership in White, OeaU; Marie Wilson, Bartow. 1* to befriend the wild anal, and : 'If- "' ,
deceased.Complainant. f Association -
R. BLEKCH.
the Newspaper Enterprise
Winter Party Florida '..-It Executor *. which is known, as one of the RECEIVES WORD OF especially to befriend the birds.Tae ,'\ ) :
BILL 'to :
object of this new order are very
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: NOTICE Or APPLICATION rOR TAX VS. ) FORECLOSE! most complete news and'feature-syn. DEATH OF BROTHER laudable and from evidence yi .
DEED. ) MORTGAGE dicstte In the it rives its present ,
country, '
splendid ,
Arthur E. OoneKan. Pat a work Is being done. The
John McPttatter /
i Notice I. H.'b'- Given that T. C. :I obn.toa.Ou.. Noyes, reader the best comics obtainable" brief on Wednesday received field of activities for such an orders to. : ::\ .;.-
Klsslmma CaltleCompsusyv including "Mutt and Jeff. "Bring ; a telegram reading saying -
Fraaler, purchaser Tax CertificateNo. -
: : *41. dated the lor"day of June, A. a corporation, up Father," and "Doings of theTwo : "Scott was killed In an automobile very wide. Success: to the Lagn-v,' toI
CITY: : IX 111., haa Hied said eM-UlhmUrta, my and William S. Potter, I Duff." accident Tuesday evening. Ag- I Deland >>f...*. rrc4t: '\
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* .' .*flUsi naW baoax made'.application fortaxdeed Dafendanta. y
to Issue In accordance with It appearla- from the affidavit ot pedal feature of'tb. Timesare DeL" ROTARIANS OFFERING CUP* c >.:'
law., Bald certificate embraces the the Attorney for the complainant In its sporting page'and woman' ,. Scott MePkatitr, the only: brotherof .' J1 i"
following described property situated the above-entitled cans that the defendant FOR NEXT:APRIL'S CONTEST :
; These features alone cot John MePhatter. was II residentof .
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MEATJARKET! i
-Oaceola. county Florida, towltiBe William a Potter, I* a resident -
*. SW corner. of Block TL Rot). of-a State or County other than them enormous ram. M'fi.la :: Berwjrn. close' to Washington, D. ". The-'OrJando-Rotariad/dout.-: u'w'4
era B...* Addition to Klaslmraee CI.,.. th* State of Florida: that there le no 'all Florida home) where aa la.teresOaa C, and was known.to some of the ts's
.. run-WIG feat B >' feet.,8 10. feet, person In the State .of Florida the aad i* resident of Kissimnee having TIll loving-cup. (o the pupil rwinning .
: ; complete.newspaper ,
service of subpoena whom would the number of
; knd - upon greatest
Fre3KMe i y
; .ar& Ths'seaaI !land being *ssised at the bind saJd defendant; that said defendant predated, the Tampa Daily. Time. ited. her .t intervals some twenty point at the' interscholastie 'skgask' -;> . '
: date of lasusxic. of said certificate In I. vover th* ace of '..D'-OII. should have a p.... year* ago,"'::Two.,... Mrr\Xe- r' '
Vegetable I the name. of B. Maddos Unless said years; end .that .the residence of ,the The prio'of a three month' *ubcrlption .Phatter visited hi* brother at his meet to beheld at/Winter Parkl' !f.?'
I oertinoat. .hail be redeemed .riwordIns said, defendant particularly aiknowa next April. ,
. ,j ; to, law tar deed will Issue .......- la .In. ths'City' ofafajrtttat I. $1.75. - c : northern home, but had. not seen Mmjnnea '. "J't'. ..T :

.r ,on oa the '2HSdayotOetobertA.40. oC : Orders abate b*-seat.to the. Ti.. that,timw.*,. .Agnea VM angst' wtea'-Brtte| f' :' '1'11. NOW. \TM EREFORQ':7ou.: thitsaidWilliamS.Pot..e.areberebl.rcquir .. ,Phatterhia. wife of ,\ae decriedSbsrtll.fssfr,7allsF The. .
= lone ,44 f' j. tL OVJeRftJUIBI'I''A: : ,pa Times,,Tampa JTorid4-f: e ,U the U a .JetreUed, tlmepUo'owned1 by9i.JPvp f a t' ,i _

. . _ .. .. .. .. .' J! /* I Clerk Olrault Court lt.1it' ed to appear to th* bIll ,or. _plaint '' I'"' I, I : ,UM *' and T8U 47itS W.. >" J
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t1J., ;z l' THE KISSI9IMEE VALLEY GAZETTE,' FRIDAY OCTOBER 29, 1921x ,
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, We want to show you the Fordson Plowing and Harrowing; what the Fuel Consumption I!

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you about the Fordson we want you to see for yourself just what the Fordson will do. .



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necessary we should not omit the might not be possible just now, but McCollum, who will be the iCftcree customary birthday cake Jwith its -then Mrs W H. Breach aa SK" J4-
( milk. There hag been iuch disappointment there is an insistence that mothers at 'a reception tendered at the'Cflap-\ rose-pink candles an array of roses, "In The Secret of His Preseacewhile.all / '|'
[IN SOCIETY'S REALMMORE ] that milk-is not used to a urge their children to drink the milk. tre House on follow at and a delicious spread. It was a very bowed. in prayer fer a ',f'; ,
The lunch is not supposed-to be a three-thirty to be by an happy affair and was highly appre deeper censrcration and seal Sa missionary \\t
greater extent in the lunchroom. full meal--only a lunch: possible a address by the visitor at four o'clock ciated by tHe hostess and the guests effort. The next meeting; */
-MILK IS NEEDEDIN When the state home agents visit supplementary lunch, There will bea in order that the school teachers may Judge'and Mrs. T. L. Comer and will be in charge of Mesdames, Nave *" f
Kissimmee they praise the clean, milk hand if attend. McCollum has been in -
SCHOOL LUNCHROOM supply of good on Mrs. daughter, Mrs Elizabeth Cottermanand and, Mos ley.
sanitary lunchroom'-' and they like there may be a demand for it. attendance at the prison reform con her daughter! Elizabeth, and -
? The Mothers Club is especially 'interested the hot dishes which Mrs. Ledbetter ference which has been in session at Mr. and Mrs. E. '{', Marple.. HAVE TAKEN RESIDENCE i i iON
1l : in the health of children and Miss Best prepare But the Qne RECEPTION TO PRESIDENT Jacksonville this week 'where she NORTU MAIN BTREFII' a i
pietetlans urge the use of milk- criticism is this: more milk is not OF STATE FEDERATION was one of 'the speakers'- and she MISSIONARY SOCIETY "ldr. and Mrs. John C. Pugh, to. .' i $
',tell us that ever child under ten used. They suggest that a glass of The federation clubs: of Kissimmee will arrive in Kissimmee Monday MET LAST MONDAY gether with their two ,daughters, f i J.
years of age d drink one quartof milk be served every child-milk and -t.he.Mothers' Club and the Wom- morning when she will be the guestof The Presbyterian Missionary So- Inez and Jane, have leased the pt..!*.
,. ,milk a'day.underweight may be OTtrweljht sandwiches-and have the child buy an's Club-are anticipating with Mrs. Celeste' J. Fripp until the ciety met at the church Monday afternoon erty at 604 Main street, and are
,' or -,but no an "extra." As it, now is the child pleasure the arrival of the presidento hour of the meeting. Mrs. A. B. when Mrs. Catherine West fast making friends IDr./ Pup i.a is ,4
matter ''what corrective in diet is. buys the milk as the extra. ThisiimuiiiiuumiHiiiimmmiitimiimmiiN the state fM4'ration-Mr, J. W.NllllllllllllhllllllllllllllllllL. Whitman will drive from Orlando to had charge of the program. Mrs. conductor on the Atlantic Cast '5'
:( I J "' ,. - ,---- attend the meeting, and Mrs. Mc Frank A, Nave spoke interestinglyof Line and Mrs. Pugh is the aCeIII-
) IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllNIIIIII' I111 tlllllll" '" 1 I I Collum will return with her to Or- India, and talks were made by plished daughter( of Dr. C. W. He-! b
'" '1111110 111111I11111 HIli". III II III II III"" (11I1''11'1'111'11"' ' I!. lando later in the day-where she is Mrs. W. B. Makinson and Mms Lath- low\y, now of__Lou''thl1l an. ,
to address the Sorosis
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3i Club on Tuesday. Kissimmee residents OOOto.oo.oooooo..oo..o.OOo..ooooooo'O.YOUR
4 are invited by the clubs to

DR. T.; M..RIVERS L. H. LEDGE M. L STOUT meet .and grtl't\ this distinguishedvisitor.

+ Pndd.at Ca.hlr Vic.Pmtdunt -' ATTENTION"C'f,
PRETTY CHURCH WEDDING
.- :C ,- PLANNED FOR TUESDAYSaint
Johns' Episcopal church will
m nt bo charmingly dressed Tuesday evening -
when, at eight o'clock, the /
Banking BylYlail ceremony uniting in marriage Miss ,JJust
Alice Bvrnah Steed, daughter of I
2YI Mrs. Willa Steed, and Heary Edward
:::: Gary, of Quincy, Florida. The cere- d Moment Please ,
-T :::::; mony will be performed by Bishop ,
.-000-x- :::: Cameron Mann, assisted by Rev. L. .
'i II. Kirkby, rector of Saint Johns}
+ The Bank With Mrs. Thomas L. Jackson, of De- .
'i' This paper having a wide circulation net only withe' :::: Land, sister of the bride, will\ be .
} tla Matron of Honor, and DeCarr Cov- OUR SHOP IS STILL TERMED '
? in our town, but throughout our county and state, we Z ington, of Quincy, will be groomsman .
'I' Abilityand === while the bride will be given THE STORE OF EXCELLENCE
.r call the attention of f readers who live outside of our town _= by her brother' W. J. Steed. The iw i
pretty little Mower girls will! be I 1
that this Bank receives deposit by mail. To farmers Catherine O'Bryan and Claudia,, Har N

1 WiUingne pet. The parents and sister' of the _.YOU KNOW WHAT NAT, MEANS, DON'T YOU ohs
and others! who desire ank.ing.conne tion. of the highest == groom, all of Quincy, will be presentand !
the edifice will be crowded by
to, Serve character we courteously remind them that this is a safes =_ the many friends of the bride-as

'; Bank for safe people conducting its affair<< with courteous = she Numerous la highly! social esteemed.events have been NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS IN

held in her honor during the recent MANY LINES ARE -
BEING
y ,'" DfPOSITS'' INSURED conservatism. weeks-proving the high esteem in UNLOADED DAILY ,
which Miss Steed is held by those '

Vy -.---. ..- -' -----_._ ... ..-"-. - -- -- .- . WOMAN'S who know her.CLUB......-.t.MEETS.I. ].I I VEGETABLES? WE CARRY, THE BEST LINE OBTAINABLE .

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.V 4 .,-Our method of Banking by Mail will be TUESDAY regular AFTENOONThe monthly meeting of --_

till\; <. : : explained upon request. Its simplicity! and Chapter Woman's House Club Tuesday will be afternoon held at the at WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERSWHY i

its attractiv feature 3:30 o'clock. The hostesses who' were
safety are among = NOT YOU?
the last
--- to act at meeting are expected ,
to preside at this one. A TOUcan
of the club will be had" and each .


:Osceola ::1 woman SURPRISE current requested event.PARTY to GIVEN respond' witha Everything At Bedrock FiguresGoodman's _- '

J 'BankVQI' County El Elt SUNDAY AFTERNOONMrs.
; : M.- Cosner was pleasantly .
,surprised on Sunday following w
: church service to find assembled at, )
'' her' hO l., 609 Mabbette. street a.. Grocery r rJ ;1
: of her neighbors who bad tak-,
ll N :. Hour'9'A." M., to, 7c: 4 Mu party en,possession of 'the>> premis.aand ,
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