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: November 4, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01036
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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OIL IN ,QUANTITIESMAY I WHOLESALE OF CENTRAL, GROCERS,FLORIDA. 'TIMMONS WON GLORY 'ATTORNEY TO PUSH WATERS, TO BE'It MUCH CARSON IMPROVEDBY BLOCK 1 ATTORNEY HAS'- TILT ,

I FORMED::AN ALLIANCE FIVE NEW ,STORES F

BE DISCOVERED _N WHEN HIS TRACTORS' MATTER' OF FAILURE iWITH CITY
,COUNCIL
Twenty-five of the head of the The contract has been awardedand :
wholesale. firm of "Inland work will commence1'
'grocery tomorrow(
Florida" met at Orlando last Satuf-- SHOWED EXCELLENCE 'SAINT CLOUD BANK or. Monday" upon the several changes OFFERS
NEARTQJISSIMMEE, day to consider the development" in that will be made in the old gro- DESIGNATION
the wholesale trade, and organized ".* I dery building Jso long occupied by;

Believed By Expert That Oil-Beariaf the Interior Grocers Association for Ford Dealer Played 'Host to Large Herbert S. Phillips Will Yield Hb' Water &: Canon. 'The frontage'on LewU. O'Bryaa. Declares He Meat
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Underlies Area the purpose of promoting cooperation Crowd. Yesterday When\ H. Dear Pert" A* District Attorney to WUfiaai Emmett street, 125.'feat, will be so Have Fall '
Strata Coaddcrable understanding In their In. : altered and amended that there will Ce ad.sc. ., The > r
? dose T. City dustry.Orlando, Kissimmee. Palatka ......ahtI Hi. Ford... Tractor .M.. Gober, of LakaUsdWheii be five store buildings created each Board,t. Giro HI Best V'

Lakeland," Bartow Bradentown ,thirty-three feet- deep. The' present -
V That too territory lying: within Arcadia, Fort' Myers,-Lake Wales, Commencing at ten'o'cloi>kjester- : Herbert .S. Philips, of Tampa floor will,-be lowered'' the' requisite The one enlivening< episode 'of the
''two miles of Kissimmee wij) bo an Sanford,' Fort Pierce and Plant City day and continuing through- day ,' forwarded to Washington last footage, and .there will- soon 'appear meeting of the city council on Wednesday
""- reducing locality within'a reable were 'represented at thr meeting. B. there was a demonstration the March hie 'resignation as federal district five" aever' little stores where now evening came -whenLewis' r,
time believed by several A;?Brown' of Lakeland was elected adaptability of the Fordson tractor ,attorney, he was' asked to continue Is shown but-a dead walL Th. property O'Bryan city attorney; took the
liave been closely studying cons president lot the association. Other which proved fo, the large gathering his work until his successor was belongs to the Kissimmee floor- in his own behalf and spoke of
; and once the exploitation.1. .officer include Vlee-pr ,sidentt 'B.' that as a piece of economy the mon selected and sworn in., This he did. Wholesale Grocery Company and the 'threats he"had heard regarding '* ;
made and the first paying proposition W. Williams Bradentown; secre ey invested in that handy machine Early,this week it was expected the the alterations and improvementswill his being'ousted from''the position to
is struck there will bebrought ,tary-treasurer. L.., C. lieffner, 'Orlando stood at the head of all investments change :would be made.,; be made by F. E. Woodward, which he was' elected by the present
about a situation which will provean ; and '/. Bibson, of;'Lakeland,' was for the farmer or gardeners "When the confirmation arrives," who' has the contractfor .entire board. There was a considerable an-. ,
important factor in tile prosperi.tjr named a member of the executive Th. affair was in charge of I. P. aid the attorney; ;."I will turn the office work. dienco present. r
of/the-entire/ county. committee. 'xr Timmons, the Ford dealer for this over to 'him, and also will assist The desire is to have these store '"Gentlemen, the attorney commenced ..
.O*various points >in Florida'' there \\j vicinity, who spared 'no pains to invite him in every way possible to get the ready at an .early date. as .h. arose and advanced toward ,
j. have been made attempts in years all farmers in the county to run of things. jf havvjield the office .the.councilduringaJuILjn..the. ... a
E-: back to prove that the indications PECANS GROW WELLJNJJSCEOIJdJdUNTt tha-.xhibition-_one- -thatwasIn- continuously for eight year, and! five proceedings "I wl.h'to speak upon a
t. found would be followed by magnlflcent ; ,, successes if pushed to coniple- machine, versus the mule. The mule from Woodrow Wilson, who was that I am to be removed from the
'tlon but in.,. all effort to bring out U eats the year 'round;the tractor eats then president, on June 10, 1913: position I'now hold for this city- .'
d,, welJw--tb -" has been a when it'works the rations ceasing' "That* ti. Koon Kin. l ..l tr. ] that I am to be superccded .. city p '
k 'of finances-and in most cases a ' when the tractor stops. The mule- the business of the office. During attorney;in?fact;this : malterTias .
de Hclency in obtaining men thoroughly -DEMANDSnppljr may plow two acres a day if the my term of the office I have turned been current among some membersof h
competent to carry out the pro. ALWAYSJN driver has the necessary flow' of language over' to tht United States treasuryabout IS ,BIRD SANCTUARY your body; and..I:.now desire an
jects. If the money from Florida and the power of proper 9300,000 from fines During expression from this council regard
which has gone Into fly-by-night Caa Never Equal The Deaad "coaching." The tractor will break this period the convictions? and, the i o ing the question. :,4
: stock in wells .in other territory Thousand of Acre Should six acres a day-in the hands of a pleas of guilty have exceeded! the Adios of Creating A, Bird Sanctuary Mr, O'Bryan then reviewed the '
|_ stock in mere prospects!, which were : competent man-thereby saving two tliousand.mark. I have handled I.8 ,- work he had been doing' in the legal
promoted"whoUy for the goodT6f-thfJawafter Be-SetOUtTheu - daysofthemanandmuleAndMr. ()()--ertmln.1-and 1,500civil Tasesr .WId J..' lacladedTh_ ._Whol ...City J* entanglement_which.h .rf 8\'e1opecL..Jn.\ ..,.:....
-could have been spent in they Timmona-knowing both mules and During the World War I personally Being Widely Advertised the matter.of the.bulkhead;'spoke of: "
.1$,*,under the.guidance of men.hon .are many opportunities in men-proved Ms ;lLl lerUOD'S.The conducted: an investigation of all alien the manner In which the case had q ,"
_" estly competent to handle such propositions Florida for ,magnificent financial returns demonstration took place cases in this district and made recommendations Because of the initiative of the been conducted; declared ;that in''the ''* r'
there ia no doubt that' one which have as yet been hardly} about one mile east of the city limits for internment. I Womanly Club along the line promoted mind. of those who had watched his 4 :
.. ;of these important".... of Florida stirred by the hand of theenergetieand of Kissimmee on the Saint Cloud passed on 41 such cases out of which by the Audubon Society which operations there was ''only ,the high" ,
., would have been developed. This tithe among them is the culture of road-- n a tract of virgin soil. 27 were interned. ' the city council declared: that bird eat praise from' his associatsd'cou&' :
belief of "oil-meio" who, have the pecan. The tree will thrive the Fully two hundred people watched "Probably the most important protection should be in force at ev- sel as well as from the, counsel of:'
,. made only partial examinations; better in the northern portion of the he preceding*-and they'were Inter- ery point within the limits of>> Klssimmee those who were bringing suit against: ; ..
In the opinion of Charles Neid .tate-but even, as far south aa- Os- ested spectators. They knew about cation. there has been a widespread the city; and said that all would ad; RR
-' who has considerable knowledge ofand ceola county the few trees that have the mule but some did not know: citizens of Tampa appealed to me movement for publicity -and publicity mit he- had been the hardest workerof
the strata from which it been cared for are found to be pro- about what advantages the tractor when the engineers' and conductors which, freely given, is the quicker any engaged in the 'case; "but in
tomes, the oil-bearing region lies ductive to an excellent extent had over the beast. There were refused to run their trains through read and the better circulated.Already .. order'that I may bring out the best t;"
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within two miles of the northern Throughout the country there are plowing, harrowing, grinding feed.s.wlng the strike district because they were have the .effects of this there Is in me I must not be' handicapped
limit of Kissimmee. For the past many farmers and growers who wood, and stump -pulling fired on. by the strikers or those in- bird sanctuary been noticed; at by the- threats of a removal
_ four years he has been doing--some have a few trees, and there are records Had[ there been anything else to be terested1 in the strike. I called the least it appears that way to the general from iny po ltlon."
work in sinking wells on his proper. of vast numbers of them beingset done on the tract Mr. Timmons and matter to the attention of the attor- public. In addition to there being "There Is ''not a reputable attorney i
ey, and although he has drilled fourwells out in years past. The grove of .its tractors would h waa done it. oral and recommended the 'seeming increase of the number In the county who would agree totupercede
J. J. Tucker which was originally One of the tests made with mare
without success his confidence place deputies on the trains of birds there are more squirrels m. when all conditions are
I Ic' net out by the husband of Mrs. three tractors. One drew a No.3. "
is still as strong as when he started which was done. Then there was the about the city. Little clumps of known Mr. O'Bryan continued.-
,.VI> flni drinMr Neid's last well Catherine V. Bearden, has been pre- Oliver plow, one a No. 7 double Oliver case of the night operator at Jacksonville trees where it was possible sometimes "Not a one. Now I want the stamp ,a
..,;ruck a flow of water which has viously mentioned in these columns tell:[ plow-and the third a D-72 disc who'was beaten because he to see one of these bushy- of approval" on my; work. I want every '"
:i proved wonderful in a medicinal way' and reports from many others Harrow. In this virgin soil the land would not go out on a strike with his tailed beauties there is now fre- American-and I mean American ,
,: =:and he stopped farther work on it of some holdings. Notwithstandingthese was stirred to a depth of about eight fellow operators. I had quently noticed several "perhaps a -to co-operate with me. I demandthat
an injunction
there is still 'a field for thousands inches-. although the operator stated
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halfdozenof theselittle roll-call of members-'
in order the
to secure this curative water placed by- thecourt and the matter creatures -
of acres within- this -county. that the'soil could be penetrated toa
"whichhas' already- helped 'such a gradually righted itself.l darting here and there with their of this council shall show whetherI
The demand is extremely heavy for of twelve fourteen inches
number of depth or keen showing fear and am to be and aided
,> large people. In this connection be eyes no ; a* upheld or
Ule Is still undaunted in his deter. these splendid'and eal lyproducedn with the same ease. lie also stated tioned an interesting fact may regarding men- time passes it is believed that there whether they; wish me to resign/ I
b. At the time Georgiaand that the tractor would han-
Jfnation to continue his search forf i.: present average will be multitude of the Sls
the failure Of the national bank at a protected : ( Continued on Pan ) .
Texaa appear to be the leading dle six acres in a ten-hour day withno creatures. "* I 1--.'. i Jl --
Continued on Page Two) I. produC! Dg..potnta.' One grove of seven trouble carrying a No. 7 plow.In Saint Cloud. Late in September A I The National,.,Audubon I 'x : _
Society cooperating
resident
: thousand acres in Georgia Is the demonstration the work was of Chicago clipped from the
with the Florida branch CARLOAD'SHIPMENTS
crowded with advance order andS. done in a most thorough manner- copies of The Gazette several items 4
I has ,
SCHOOL this
presented city Mrs.
i BOARD SELLS : regarding .the affai/\ ofwhich through ,
handling
R. Chapman, of this city is every particle of the soil being pulverized -llonte Minnie Moore Willson a considerable
... a 'large quantity of them on in excellent shape. It is were taken from publications-and
: wholesale orders. William A Hjel- doubtful if there was one of the forwarded them to Washington, to number various of cloth sections posters Kissimmee to be placedin MAY BRING RESULTS:
\.ISSUE TIME WARRANTS ton of Chipley Florida are han- spectators not thoroughly impressed ,Learn n-dra of the' case. To this communication ; ,
and G. Scott
Way, of Winter Park,
that vicinity : with the enclosures the
from ,
the
dling many pecans with the excellence of tractors
-one order from a confectioneryfirm which Mr. Timmons is distributing.! ,following reply was returned: urges that. these be posted at the MORE SATISFACTORY: .
earliest .
t'-o HOME INSTTITUION having been placed for thirty Other tractors were belted to a "I desire to acknowledge your let- read possible: moment. The posters @

thousand pounds--fifteen tons. Oth (Continued on Page Two) rContlnurd on Page Ten) The
portions of the state where thepecans Ce-Operators Still Foal That
Bant of Chceola Takes-is ot IZC -- - _, i
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;: $ ; have jicnieved. a jtOodgt"owth KISg'fYJ.fEEBIRD I Present=Management- Coaeera f :

'000 School Warrant Antaorued are there this is no season difficulty producing, in disposing well-and of COUNCIL IS SILENT NOTED IMPROVEMENT SANCTUARY I Is Working For Their Advantage fri

... T. :Tide Over A.y Crisis the" entire crop at ..- I NO SHOOTING Returns from Nretcar -

.y The'dollars' entire in issue warrants of twelve which thousand the ing.The and pecan profitable is easily Acethegrowers.'raised from. I, AS, TO COLLECTING ON ,BROADWAY BLOCK. I Under' Penalty of The Law I Osceola' 'and Growers"peppers the' Co-operative shipped by of eggplant A the*'

,, ,county board ot"education has been good little grafted stock necessitated and there.in caring ia I' Posted by Order 'of Thi Council soclation have been'recelveel and
work
%< ithoriied to issu for the contingent for but them ,till'the tree are able to TAXES NOW BEING. HURRIED I checks mailed to the members who
has the DELINQUENT D'/tlclpated in the initial shipment
expenses 'been bought by practically look after themselves. ,-,
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Bank of Osceola County-the offer The fancy eggplant netted the grower
The enemies of the tree are not REGULAR ,WINTER VISITOR
of that-institution, with an enclosure many and when attention is givenin Matter '., Ordering Attorney Commence Bcamaa Taking Step to Improve Old $1.14 a crate >after all expenses .bad
: of'a* certified check of $12,000 having the, early stages, are easily erad Suits for CoDectioa of Long* ''Star' Theatre sad Cafe: Attractive KILLED t -AS, AUTOS CRASH been deducted and the allotted retain:
been accepted given to the association. The storm-;
icated. There la also this inducementfor 0. Taxes Not Toadied Front Going* The friends of Carter
George
The accession of these funds will their culture the ,is one many damaged shipments of last week,
greatly aid the board in caring for that needs hurried- marketing.crop Asa old'S ,,, who has been coming to KUsinv- sent by express, brought lightly ,w
all immediate needs until such time: usual thing no the buyers are on the Many citizen who have paid theirtaxes The theatre building mee for some years to spend the less and hit New York;( on a ,light
which has been
idle for than
wondering why it is that more a .
L* as other funds- are available-and'it are market. ;i-,
I <*.,. i f I. a matter worthy; of comment thatywas ground when there is enough tonnage the council does not proceed to col- year although it has-, been under winter, and last season wag the The concentrat
when the are now
not found .for the to Justify.and even lect some of the money due the city lease all the time to prohibit competition coach of the city basketball team, growers ,'
necessary
Is not great for the early ting on a car load shipment for Tues
' supply from of ancient date -ia 'to be turned into an attractive -
w Board to seek its accommodation taxes -especial- will regret to learn of' his death
day November aJn.carlots the
of the there is always a
trees ,
; from outside the county. It was, so years Iy stf as the- people voted to accept business proposition, and which occurred "Sunday October
home consumption which is ever In- on receipts will almost be a dollar high--
the
front is alterations
w to home the measure which passed the late now undergoing -
speak, for home
money .
er. Tuesday's meeting .of the ,.Assoelation
, beednd indicate the confidence creasing. legislature regarding the' matter. which will result in -more ac 2. 'when a Ford sedan' crashed Into -
G given the 'county school board by..the ANOTHER NEW BUNGALOW The method of making these collections tivity. This work will reach a con- the Ford which w. driven by. the only those decided to ship and next Tuesday /
eggplants
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:.' -"'- lllancial institution. BUILDING ON NORTH MAINF. was prepared by the attorney siderable. will necessitate sum in cost, for the changes victim. Both cars were being-driven which would not bold until the peppers..following *-, a V-
"y following the sale of 4Ciedlmmee consequently therecan tearing outthe at a rapid pace is the presumption week. The storm' prevented r
[4B.these: warrants C. E Yowell, cuper- E. Woodward s been awarded be no flaw in the measure; and sloping floor'with which the place From the factthat George Carter! full caa", shipments last week and "
tIntendent of public instruction wrote the contract for the erection and the attorney stands ready to carry was equipped and supplanting it who'was instantly killed, waa thrown this, but bythe fifteenth it-is;,.ex4 k, ,,,.A$
of handsome five-room out his part of the program.It with a floor for commercial purposes. considerable distance and struck a : "
[ !$)i to Governor Cary Hardee informing completion a p petted that the required amount :will; ttMUUlM
,him of what had been done; where- bungalow close to the city limits on is possible that the collections pump which was broken of!. Hill easily be ready. r
':'!. + .upon' the governor immediately re- the Dixie Highway, north,,.which will :which were made- during the"p.llt This la the property of John Seaman mother was with 'him-and the collision *
market is rising
: turned his acknowledgement of the be constructed for J. S. ", adel. The month has something to do with ," who owner also, the adjoining threw her into a nearby yard The pepper slowly e'
this delay in action. More than property occupied by the DavsonCafe. -the awful shock fractureof the shipped having, + :
', ,;Information and added: plans for the structure call for a causing a .old three edollars :
while
f + ''hundred dollars collected This building also will havean for the last "
"I 1" '' modern building of handsome proportions eight were then the spine and other injuries. With
:Y iui I am' much pleased to know that and work will commence -but"no statement: was made entirely new front in line with Mr. Carter on the trip was L. I. shipment brought three and a half.;
you have made satisfactory, arrangements immediately. to the council as to the age of the the -other- building, and there is every Mndsey, an employee, who was Quotations Deceived as we dollars.
.1:* for, financing your schools, accounts which had been settled. It likelihood that a second story thrown a distance of. forty feet and press show a demand; at five- ,
''and I desire to congratulate you on SUNDAY COMMUNITY SING Is known that some of the delinquents will be added over both buildings and was severely bruised... although his In. some of 'the."-.northern markets-
:. having! done so. Knowing you as I date back some ten years- the edifice be known as the "B.aman injuries were not serious. Association members even with the.
'did I felt that wou'd be able to Last week's ; ;; sing mall shipments, are savingabout
"i'.. you community was and it in believed that- there will be Block. The accident occurred at Point Isabel
: l, Aet the emergency, and I only wish ,held at the Methodist church, where difficulty tn collecting some of those The addition of this structure if it some twenty-five miles from nineteen cents a crate over Individual ( -; .
.f. 'Tstat some of the other counties of there was a very enthusiastic at- ancient arrearages; naturally, then, shall be completed accordingto the Hartford Indiana, and willing, shipment but as soon as the ef. 1
<, .the state who are beset with financial tendance. The singing was directedby it behooves the council to select present plans, will be a" marked Im- Hands -tenderea prompt aid Nothingwas Sects of the storm.-spoiled schedule ,
troubles could adjust their mat.terfe .' S. T. Stephenson who will have some of the more difficult and agedof provement to that section of Broadway said in the letter"*received by are readjusted thiswill increase 'to'
. as" satisfactorily as you have charge, of a like affair "next- Sunday the accounts and set the city at- -removing what hal proved an Mrs: C. H. Funk, of Milliard's Island more than a dollar saving per crate.;; y
your, afternoon, which will\ be held at the torney at work. Let him earn his eyesore to the city and at the same telling; briefly of the accident The -regular- November meeting. -of''
Baptist church commencing promptly ..al.ryand commissions by real time making a block that: will prove as to the injuries received by the the Growers' Association will take' ,,
s. .- _Mrs. W. II. Tunnicliffe and Mrs. at four o'clock. There is a general work. extremely profitable. It is rumored occupants of the other: car. The deceased place next Tuesday'evening a* the
e% ona Lenox,'of Saint Cloud, went to invitation extended all lovers of The council owes to the people that as soon as that work shall be was a warm friend of the Chamber of Commerce The' executive -: .
If i Tampa on Wednesday; for a sight- song to be present at that time and people who voted for the measure completed! Mr. Beaman will raze Funks-and especially with Dwight. / committee mill meet at seven.

'y; seeing trip.. participate in, the program. and who have paid their taxes an the cheap ,building almost directly Funk.. . . d. . . I o'clock! _at_ the. customary place. ; ,
.: ... .. .. they became due a statement as to opposite i the 1Lc feL. will. erect on -
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T Y. yy yy TTYYTYT.Y TTTMAYOR'S the cause of the delay. The city me site nether handsome iwo-iiory, 00 0
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_ needs the- money due It-and* theremust brick building which "will add more .' .
: elapse a considerable length of to his property holdings In Kissim '
+ PROCLAMATION SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK' '
? time after proceeding commence to mee. .
get the funds.. It .is true that some It is time that better buildingsshall
41 of the "good" accounts are being grace the handsome main
k settled without litigation;, but the thoroughfare through the city. The
questioners are of the idea that there relics of should
In conformation of .order which have been nationally iitued. should be taken to collect at especially early day is it so with disappearand frame Commencing on Monday next and continuing through the week. "

p ; and ,because of the wonderful importance of the works-loved event least some of the older accounts 'so dwellings in the business portion which i i. known through all America, a* "Subscribe for Your Home'"* .; y

Pwhich created the initial day of peace, and because of the great body the that money the city which may is have nearly the a use decade'of where they premiums serve to of add.adjoining to the prop Insurance I Paper Week" The Gazette will make this speed offer; To 'each }.

I of the'returned 'men who have formed and ird: continuing the Amer- paat ,duel erties. Once this frame building perIOD who,subscribes for one year to The Gazette ,will be coatri>ut- ; k

f r"fcaakLegjon;! I I. a. Mayor of Kiiuinmce, de hereby deClare Friday. COLLECTING BACK TAXES raono shall be the taken building away of c there fln.astructbres will com Sid upon request a three month' ** criptioB to any desired address .

M November II, Armistice J.Day a legal holiday ia this city; and Twill The report of the city; .clerk On on the .-ad joiaing, bloek.. .The onlything in any: state ,outwde' Florida. :Cl *ubcr>ber*:may pay ODe yeris;; : ,

P'xiapat..all -those institution. i in, tJ... 'city; which'wdl. a*. far aspotii'tJble. , Wednesday evening, to the council that>will prevent that action is ; ,advance when the''subscriptoa Will be cent a* above. No other i ,
showed that
the
month of Is
during :?: that-some of-the property hejd at
.. dote their "place of.. butinexCuring, ; that day.., .. 4 J October"there'was collected In. "'delinquent :; too high figures ia proportion to the ;, aotioo? of'thi* offer., will to given-nor-will it. w 'all_I'probability: be ,; ;:,|.. ,

_ ...*.&' -' : ,It. IZ MAY. Mayor: taxes an aggregate $827.45 balance-of the'baaiaess section.- ,Thevacant ;: !repeated. Quick action U necesiary.. --. ', ,< ? '" :! !; .J '
During the same period there was corner lot Is held.at. a .figure '
'... . ;j" ' collected In,1921' taxes' the sum of which should be' considered-jwh the : :..A ,. '" ,, ,' ''e' ' x:';,n" ' ;3 *: :,t

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:IWO THE_ &S IMEI VALLEY; .GAZETTE;" FRIDAY, 'NOVEMBER 4, ,1921 / : ,

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8'sb! MOST LOVED CITIZEN 1(l about two hundred and thirty feet .' : !' 4'O ..O"OO.'. ." ..." .....O..O.' }
t FEEBLE BLOODWORKS ) DISASTER EAtH PASSED 4NTO"BEYOND" there will be encountered .a bard
rock. In
'my estimation the oil-
John Robert 'Bronson, aged. '1ort,.-: bearing strata will be found at about Nice Homes For Rent.

I HAVOC TOIL FOR ONE- YEAR nine after a brief illness, died at an thirteen hundred feet or a little ... .
Orlando hospital Sunday night, Oc. less. I am so sure that I can locate

tober 30; at eleven o'clock. I a ..produclnwell!\ at that depth .in . T -- .'-URNISHED HOMES
-! : this district that I am willing to' ..
Red Cross Gives $1,871,000 Relief -' That was the brief announcement. risk every cent I ,have on the propositloncbut and- 4 F
tr C.,, Pept-MuM Mak.R.d Vhich shocked his, relatives and his the fact remains that lam .

Blood; Liquid sad Tablet Fora When 65,000 FamiliesAre host of friends-for many of' the short of funds. Even at the depth TWO THAT ,ARE'UNFURNISHED ,
latter had known very little of'hill I have reached In -some of the welUI I > ,I -
When blood becomes thin and weak :Made Homeless. illness Funeral services were held have' drilled I have found ,Indications I
it Is due to a falling oft in the number ._, at the Methodist church In Kissira- which 'any -oil-man would tell 1 I THESE SHOULD BE SEEN IMMEDIATELY 1

ef red blood cells. It is easily recog- I tree Monday afternoon,conducted by you were most encouraging" .
stand by pallid akin or a blemished rort7.tl r.. disaster' "resaltlnf in Rev- R. F. Hodnett pastor of' that "Not so long Mr Neld *, ''
very .go For quick action and legitimate deals it t.
the death In the United Strict 850 wiJl.pay you seeD. ale
is complexion, loss of appetite or unnatural of church assisted by Rev. 'W. II. i iI adds, "there was i an expert ,in ''KIs- ,
h Irritability and a sensation of person and.,the Injury'of 2,000 called McLepd, and .a large concourse of I simmee coming from celebrated producing .
weakness It is not dangerous at first. for, emergency.relief, 'm.asuees"and the warm friends of the deceased oil districts elsewhere. He M. BOYTE
In fact many scarcely notice it the expenditure of $1,871,000 by the I testified to their esteem in the way I gave an extended examination to .

and go on for days, thinking they American :lied Cross during the fiscal of magnificent floral pieces, tiny 1 1I what I ahoweti him, and was so much '
a will be better the next day. year ending June 80, IKI' }., say an I bouquets, and their presence at the interested that he Immediately declared c;,
The great danger Jsin the possibility announcement based upon th..T forth.coming services. Music was rendered by a that he desired to lease five Office La die ,.,..... Paeae 218 '; ; ".

of becoming seriously ill from annual report of the Red Cross double quartet and the intermentwas acres from me. He rea red that KISSIMMEE ea

disease, which can work havoc in a These disasters caused property damage made at the Shingle Creek, cem- other legalities which could be leased .
body that lacks the endurance and resistance estimated at 180,000,000. affected tery--a. large cavalcade followingthe were less liable to make him returns -

in rich red blood. sixty-seven'communities and rendered remains to their last resting but declared that property __ __ ____ h__, __ __
y" Taken in time and steadily, a few JJ5,000femUles homeless place. Many of those attending the which I showed him together with :\
bottles of Gude's Pepto-Managan area services from considerable dis
The disasters came the statements regarding what I had .
year's were of varying
great help. It improves the qualityof tance. .
personally found, were sufficient to
types, Including several which .
pre.
the blood by adding red blood cells. the expenditure
justify of a considerable
They check the weakness, improve the viously had never been thought of John Robert Bronaon, son of Mr. sum with the assurances that' ;

appetite, and clear the compexion. I" falling within that classification. and Mrs G. W. Bronson, was born in oil would ultimately be found. I IMr. t
he You can get'Gudti'B-Pepto-Managan The- Red Cross furnished what -aaShingLCjrcek .
-now- : ,
Ncids! of
in liquid or tablet form at your drug- : relief In seventeen,fires of magnitude, June 1, 1872, where his parents, a this district which_ explanation he knows well why 1 Y .'. r-: -
gist's. Get the genuine with the five floods, seven tornadoes( or cyclones few years previous, had located- so I
name "Gude's Pepto-Managan" on the one devastating storm, three coming from North. Florida: He Iii underlying with oil Is not difficult ;

package. Advertisement.ra le sion; ..ftft.ft... ..11.. five children-four I I to understand, once the hearer be"CfnU'1 f
e xp ty .n.v th a. one t a W was one, of sons iii interested but the details 1 .
:f y\
-- --- -- street ; otie building accident, tw-- ami nna dn.ighter..and lit rat of the would1- 'mneh--ep.ce--to--tell--It-; 't .'
r -- -
MANY ATTEND FUNERAL typhoid epidemics, the most "serious beIng quintet to pass out. His remaining' I I all. Those who are interested can :
that at Salem1hlo, which afftcted brothers and sister are James' II., learn from him .direct full detailsfor -
=
OF PIONEER RESIDENT, __ 9 cent of the Arthur N. and George C. Bronson, -
?i - -- per ( population( ; he is as anxious as anyone can ,
all of and 'Mrs.- Emma
Funeral services the remains one smallpox epidemic, In I the republicof Shing1eCreelc", be to see this district come Into the. -
over Orlando.
of Frederick W. Hill, who passed Haiti! ; one train wreck, the race riot Barton The ,deceased of. was married, on producing; class. lie has his own o ''I '

away at his home in Narooo "ee on at Tulsa| Okla. ; the famine In Olilnn, April 2 1894, to Miss Delila Over- i line of action regarding this oil hattaiatraa.acar 4 I m Ur

Thursday October &l;; took place"at .merg..nc"-I'a1let In f iuin*..a.mong1he. street, daughter: of Mr.' and Mr r- business; and- he is an enthusiast I'I'IW ..
'over what Is bound to-come .whell - -- -
4. Kosehill cemetery Suftlay after- Indians of Alaska the gr gUojijier E. L. D. Overstree. Two children are 1,
noon, and a large gathering; of the, plague In North Dakota and an earthquake the fruit of that union-Carlyle and !, there shall he sufficient interest in
,I
friend of the family were present to In Italy. Johnnie Roberta. [ the matter to induce capital to aid Columbia Dry BattcnM WhenCo'mp'ny
S j him in his work and it. work better sad UMlonger .
I i .
prove
-- show the high regard in which this Pueblo Most Serious For years he had been a sufferer
4 citizen baa-ever'been held. The ser from diabetes. He and his family I It in the first awakening of belief Comes-
By far the of the dls-
moat severe -4a .... tatd tit.u..e _
vices were conducted entirely by the asters In the Unltod States continued to reside at Shingle Crock ].and confidence which Is one difficult *
order of the Knights, of Pythias of during the till about fourteen years ago, when thing; in the work Mr. Neid is about r-t' thumoMM* -what airs of busy impor
new
period covered by the Red Cross report -foe w ensitta
which organization the deceased had they moved into Kissimmee, where /][.to carry on as soon as he shall raise
ws" the Pueblo flood early In ---- fat rrbae + a.hUn. once the old doorbell puts on!
been a devoted member for thirtyy'araand Mr. Bronson could better conduct<< I what he now lacks; and the public !. doMC. c.lkr,a"ret.
! it at his that June, 1021.! The rehabilitation problem must to it that aid for this next
t was request his large affairs. lie was in every I Bee base.- Take home a Columbia "Bell '
v I7 the interment be carried on by(. his confronting. the Jled Cross In way a prominent citizen-although I big well is forthcoming. Proper publicity doe Focd Ringer" Battery and give your
' Pueftilo was one of the most difficult wha..s.ISxanmdto
brother Knights. he never sought public position; hit should be given the project at Dd' '
Mr. Hill was born in London in July In recent-rears. When the that new1* private affairs in cattle and in iculr I'home and in other states to such an coU wwufacr"Wlk." doorbell .an e. A single package .

l of 1859, and at the age of thir- of the horror wan tlai.h.Hl throughout, ty occupied his time; and he was extent that capitalists who know the n. u..IIY..L.a.hr of double power-solid as a brick-

? teen commenced a sea-career lasting the country, the American Keel f'rous liked by all who over met him and |I business will be eager to grasp the ....,. nut wlttn p... ./ no connectors to fuss with. For all
' seven years and it was an 'accident Nutlomil Headquarters responded[ with respected because! of his rule of always ,'opportunity of moneymaking by cooperating 1004.1 salt..S J- bells, buzzers, alarms, heat regulators,
in the Chinese seas which disfigured a grant of $10T,,<*X> for relief work : conducting every line of liusl-' with Mr. Neid. ,.,,_*
k t him. In 1882 he located in Rugby, Governor Slump of Colorado, appro. ness coning to him in a square wny The belief that oil underlies a mf ItoO ml ntrtNo:6v cMor. works better and lasts longer than
Tennessee-then in 1884 he came to elating the long and urr-Hnful expert His was u career which all should l'' portion of this section of Florida*
the locality where he has since resid the wired-up group of ordinary cells.
ence of the Ked Cross In organizing/ I emulate. | Osceola (county is growing; and,
ed. For a time he ran a freight and disaster relief the -- 1 since the great interest has been : Sold by electricians, auto accessory (hop.
m mail boat between Brack's Landing; work for the placed. entire CARD OF THANKS j awakened in other portions of the COLUMBIA and (garages| hardware and general stores.
lllllty ) ailmlnlntrn
rcHpon
and JtfarcQossee, and he then built state and wells are being driven, You cannor mistake the package. .....
W- the first general merchandise store at lion of relief In It* hands.In The brief fineas. of husband and<
the latter-named place, where he was reHponse to appeal from 1'res-, father resultant in death brought to eves at this section-and more -
:
the first-appointed postmaster-a position dent Harding Governor Slioup and us co great a number of kindnesses i especially that portion of thecountylying ColumbiaCigarettes
he held almost continuouslytill other governors of western states and! nnd ao many acts of consolation that just north of Kissimmee.If .
the time of his death. through lortil chapters of the Red it is. difficult to give proper thanks :i

t In 1892 Mr. Hill was married v to Prims and, other roniinimltj' organizations to the larjje number who proved the bowels do not act regularly -

Mss Jessie! VAilliams, of Newport Jluhll'MI'lrltedlIlz'na broughtthe their friendship. '\ by their devotion; I assist them with an occasional Dry Batteries

}England: the wedding taking place at totul ciuitrlluired fur Pueblo's rehabilitation but our appreciation :is most Rim'ere. i dose: of llerbine. It is a fine bowel

I Fell's Point, Narcoossee who with to nmre.I linn $;.IS2',.f Illsl.( MRS. DKULA IWONSON.: tonic and laxative. Pried (*>0c. Sold by I I
three children survive him: Lieutenant The terrible havoc wrought( by the CARI.Y1.E BRONSON. .1 ;/. Roberson. **
Frederick W. L. Hill Mrs. JOHNNIE ROBERTA BRONSOXTIMMONSJWON _
flood ----------- -- "
waters U n mutter of rerord.More I -- ----- - ----- ----- -- .
Madeline Buckley and Victor M. Hill. -
,
tbnn
2.3OO homes were nfrected
Three grandchildren should be addedto \ GLORY
nnd 7.a1 I left hoineleHSUstlmntes .
perHonxere I
the list of relatives; Claire and '
Bessie Buckley and Frederick Landis ) nf SriOOKiO( IIH an absolute (Pontlnui-il fiom Page One)

Hill, of New York. Mr. Kill's near minimum for reliiihllltntlun, were made feed-gimder and to a \\'ood..aw-aml
relatives are a neice, Miss Howard, by lied ('r..". oHIclalii In charge of the it was shown that the machine waiVne
v "ot--New-'York'and. her -sisterand chief work of special adaptability-and the j "'

brother who are In England. Fait Work In Wall Strut Htump-piilling demonstration was-'a I
pronounced SUCCCES: in every shape.It eleven -
The Wall Street' explosion was notable ne
CARD OF APPRECIATION was shown that in any place
In that relief worker of the Red where steady power is ,needed for

"r DurInthe/ illness; of husband and 'Cross were on the sepia twenty minutes any pcrpc5se'the'Fordson can fill the ;) I .
after the disaster
orcurre Th4race
bill and it has been very .
proven
father we have been constant recipients >
.
of favors from riot nt Tulsa also win unique In economical as: to fuel and oil. There H' "
many our t, I
-, emus friends-all of whom bum-I. 4lsastet'relief.annals' In
to be striving to render every possible a small emergency relief fund ron.trlhUted and that thy "get .over the ground"in '' :.
service. And when life i-I by tlie lied Cross, he-only' an excellent'' way was shown during ''':

for him there ,were 1 so many kindnesses relief inwtnures outside the city consist the. race between three of I them i ,
rt L extended> from those who ed of the service of noHal workers during,: the afternoon That'' race .,. '.

knew us that we take this method of'' nurses and a trained executive was one of the humorous diversions J

expressing our thanks whose object was to assist local forcesIn i of the day. i 1
". MRS. F. W. HILL. directing their own effort At the noon hour when preparations -
$
IFRED W. L. HILL. In for luncheon were completeMr. .
decided contrast with the previous ,
1 MRS. MADELINE BUCKLEY. ollly"one tornado Timmons mounted to the top of -
assumed
year
L
VICTOR M, HILL the proportions) of a major disaster. his Ford coupe, merely to show folks _
i that the car was built in a substantial -
Tnl* occurred on April 19, In the border made the
and announce-
manner
"Tlie Gazette's job department Is '
sections of Texas and Arkansas
in the dining
s' to ment that "dinner is ready ) -
all
do kinds
.equipped of
job printing
-
with the of Texnrkana the
city as car." And there was a meal of .
short notice
on' and at reasonable
', .., specialty of center. The algnlflcant feature of this roast pork, baked beans, pickle' ,
+ loicaleave0 foraledgers.. 47-tf. disaster relief work wa the fact thnt bread, and coffee that was most en ,
< It covered so much rural territory as joyable. There was nd scrimping in I J} f L I ;I t

te make nex'essiiry a large number of the service and everyone had every / '

relief workers. desirte; fulfilled ]With the appetizingfood. --- ...lv

CUMBER-" The famine In China, necessitatingrelief .
'
l expenditures totalling' more than The dealer in Fords and Fordsons -

t r 1000.000 by the American lied Cross accomplished a fine bit of publicity. ll t-
convinced at least two Hundred 1
was by tar the most serious of the lie yall ;
farmers of the ability of the tra-- i .
FOR" EVERYBuilding foreign disasters in which the Red "
tor to fill their wants in an eco '/
Cross aid.RuIIde .
gave nomical manner-and each of those I \'
Purpose Up Its MachineryIn farmers will tell others of what can 2 t I '' 1

connection with the administration be accomplished with one of the ma- -it

We have the stock and the grade at of disaster relief measures, an Increasing chines. ,"

the right price. We will cheerfully effectiveness on the partofthe I. P. Timmons is a nkcewd dealer rl: '

furnish estimates Red Cross to deal with emergencies -and makes square deals:..-- ,.

was msntfested during the past rJheThree ,'"
: year. In 828 Chapters of tbe American BRIEF ITEMS GATHERED -- \
;: WOODWARD
LUMBER COMPLY'AUTO '
na-(Jrons there have been formed FROM OVER THE STATEAt
special {committees to the resources \t.
survey
the election held to determine Inseparables ::1,
of their. respective communities
whether or not the town of Inverness .
and to be prepared In case of the .
would issue bond. in
sum .
: disaster. In other of the 8,402 active of seventy-five thousand dollars for One for mUdness.VTRGINIA: :;

B BROADWAY GARAGE( Chapters, a network of communicationhas the construction of wat.er'and sewer -
been formed through which Instao- systems the issuance of the bonds

taneous relief may be dispatched toaDY carried by a vote of Ql for the measure One for mellownessBURLEYOne

part t>f.the United States,__ _ and 13 against __ ret ;i
That Us work In this field may be --- -
PAINTING, CARS WASHED Bank deposits in West Palm Beach
Ail" continued with ever greater effectivepeas for aroma: RKISH
w. ''AOT<}"*ipAI: : KING; HADK: the Derlca-Re4 Cross'Is-appealing ' have -increased from $319,169.05) on

ATOR REPAIRING for widespread renewal of July 1, 1909, to approximately four I -.

c. membership during Its Annual Roll and a half millions at present. Palm The finest tobaccos .'f
Beach county: was organized in 1909. perfectly
1 STORAGE BX ,DAY WEEK OR Call, to be conducted this year from The number of city banks has increased .

MONTH November 11 tp 24. from one to three, and the '

fourth is building. There are now aged and blended ;
OUR PRICES ARE REASONABLE , NOTICE OF MEETING nine banks in that county. .

,IN ,EVERY DETAIL AND --.- OIL IN QUANTITIES
WE WILL GUARANTEE TO The regular monthly meeting of '
-
'PERFECTLY SATISFY: YOU the Christian Woman's Board of /Continued from: ; Pace One) : -
; Missions will be held on Monday'af- oil .as soon as his finances will allow : .

I BROADWAY GARAGE ternoofi next at three JO'e\\ Ck-thl$ firmly believing; that his acreageis 'lJ. ,O foi-15
\ session to be held at the home of Mrs. within the oil-bearing area; but ,
H. R. Dale 643 Broadway. ,A full : "
,'f.-:. LANAIS-t attendance ,is.desired. he has neverbeen able to go deep
enough to prove that he is correct
MRS..' H.< It.DAXE, Sec 1afu in hi. hypotheses. When there have .c .

,. beetc efforts made.elsewhere in the .'

state Mr.( Neid ha made a trip to ;t.v= : : --"
p .
1-
that and has talked with .
: -point- men .
ORLANDO EEORIDA ........ .
- who later were I brought to his wayofrthinktg .

I'. 1 : ' ; even though: they had .. 'tIJ..l A.V
,q '... Commtrcl..porta. on tndlvdua1.'flrm. and eorporatio .I in Or. not looked over the conditions e;I.t- "a. ..
... .
..0. ,
f and (
4 ehtlt1' ,ol flrtr. 11>11..) 'are for ..'. .'taietAs.orlatloa at .in'l
the rat. ot 'Lee ,' ,
per "POrt: Check to accompany ,r* u.at. There U 'no need of starting drill-

'( ,- .. ,--THE" -ORLANDO, - CREDIT, ASSOCIATION. . ORLANDOa . leg .unless it la with an' eight-inch
o ; ' hole,*. say. tr.' Neld. ""Then .at.

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THE 'USS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTES 'FRIDAY NOVEMBER '
:i ) -- 4, 121 _ _. :1HIIr

1 1 '. ..
18he' Didnt'Give A Darn He's'Sure'Hibernating' 1 "
Aaron: "I'm for a I don't like to bring *
going away up .
". 'y't. TAPPING THE THOUGHT, TANK, month Alice. Kemlnscences or raw oysters: eOIN'(3'TO'T, AMFPA3?
'
''
Alice "You with '
Or
: are ( rising other objectionable things The "Banana Truck" will make each ,
;t _1 } trip Sunday
IJ
Inflection). From my system; and
Tuesday Will '
Thursday. haul freight
:By THORN ',' Aaton: "I 'sure am. I'm going to But I really or passeng
'j I r ; j New York. ,Mebbe I'J1 stay more'n Would- like to 'know"- ers to Tampa prices or any those point along''route, at very' reasonable '
on days. For particulars Me
a month. la there anything' I can do The whereabouts -
\'., Sweet Beulah Land Hence The Brevity for' you there while 1'm gone." Of Harry K. Thaw- J. E. SPEARS '
,"f;. Miss Beulah Spell has quit her job Whenever I aee that someone"! abbreviates Alice! "No, dear: just'. your' goIng 'Who was once famous 1108 Mabbette Street KISSIMMEE ;
... in TitusviUe\ and will henceforth run John' to f4Jno," I Jess fig- is favorenough1 In front-page stuff .
the linotype of Okeechobee N_.. ger that the fellow didn't know Query: Which, -tt any was stuck You know' it .OfOv .fM..t.t.. .tf ..44.<............. ... ..o..o.... ..
'
Probably thoult'ht'the latter town whether. the actual name was spelled on the other '* -*-

was. easier to Spell than "THusville, "Jhon" or -John"--and took up the Bathos Venus' Pathos ... _..
!a- least point of resistance. Yassum. Certainly A Big Help Questions. the Lakeland Telegram:
All Agree Oft :Thla *. #. Over In Lichty'stownA-Melbourne- Such< excellent results follows !!
It a fat woman could took as pret- Can This Be True they recently -held what .was. termed '' t hie "tapping"' of.
as comfortable as some' of Says the Clearwater .Sun: a "Jamboree" melang'of everyf "Thorn's" "thought tank,",
t '' those corset advertisements exploitIng Everyone smokes 'Four thing from talking; to taking-from that we can't, help wonder
',.. "stouts" she'd''' be the-mosttickled 'Roses" cigars., 'W b l' .not.. doughnuts dogblscuit. -There' wasa ing what would happen' :
,:: girl on earth, so she would. you? fine time during the entire evening.The someone should hit him over ,.
; 'r '. If "everybody"' smokes them why Times says in its heading Of the the head.. ;

J Something One Kahn Bear the superfluity' of verbiage regard story that the "net proceeds, $1.95, That's sure what's ailing this column .
.f The Pensacola News started to Ing the,last words of the hymn T were applied to the cost of new stage ; a swift slap-and then a spat.. ,
't d a 1narrlagenotice "Bear-Kahn," # *. 'Ir. equipment for the auditorium. Everything ter! *
)! It sounded so much like beer-can Again The Bird Sanctuary helps a little-.and that total j THE UNIVERSAL CAR I I'I rI
'"q "at the recollections awakened Says the Wauchula Advocate: would buy five fly-swatters, a Will Be Very Exciting I I J----\
., were sad. Hence the linotypeman Thorn had.not been In l is- wringless mop, and one of those cottage . It is related that a Massachusettsman .-I
transposed the names<-but that.'did- immee a year before: he aprons that have a ruffle all said to his companion: "Why,
.,:.: n't do so, awfulmuch good. succeeded in havingihatcitymade around the basement. 'Good. there are people living in the Berk- I ,
* a bird sanctuary* But h. shire' Hills who don't .know to thisday )
Ale To The Chief he overlooked' good bet. Made Very" Silly Retort the battle of Manilla bay is ended -
.4, \ Says the,Wauchula Advocate: The ordinance does not say Says the Arcadia Enterprise !" '
Thorn of -The- Kissimmee a-'word about protecting Seriously speaking t Ii enamel "That's nothing' replied his i I
Valley Gazette wants to roo.'er.. of many state papersare friend, who was from Tennessee.'
murder the linotype artist If ever this town he comes through- conflicting :- and IeI'vecleL.who14rJgnorAnt "There are people in the hill regionsof c
1 in The Gazette office. Thorn That Goolsby who lives'at -WauchuHeimnd"1nat th > my state who don'tiMwjhLW.At.! -I FI F-
r ---- attempted Td. write an edHT" I'll-hieeThun, as to the place of publication. 6f lhe 'Revolution, is over!" -
tonal and intended to say: And tenderly greet him The Gazette is forcedto Said a Floridian stading close by:
z, 'l V "What Ails Kissimmee." But And murmurf 'rm'laying' for you!" change the titles when "Say, you fellows! Did you ever _
:; his mind got to wanderingback lie # quoting from them, in order think what a devil of. a time the
to olden days and nat And We Miss Him to let the world know where folks of your two,'states are going
urally spelled it "Ale," and Oh, what has become of the old- they originate. The titles of to have when they hear that the ....'
now, man like, he is trying fashioned hobo "Florida Met.ropoll.'Hlgh Civil War__is_ still going onGETTING" ? I

''_' to. Jayit__tflLthe poor linotype- Whouaedtorift.jnto- print- I' land--County ,News,"-"'Florida - : - -: : .
4 -as though a linotype had shop each season? Chief," "DeSoto County FIRST VIEW <\
to do with the taste He might not want work-but he'd News," "Manatee River OF A THRIVING CITY .
ti acquire in- youth. : beg some exchanges Journal," "Highlands County r I
it, Mebbe Br'er Goolsby doesn't know He'd get 'em, by heck-yet I don't Pilot," and numerous others Frank Bryan, son of Mr. and Mrs.' P
that linotype and its understudy as know the....reason. give no suggestion as to F. C. Bryan, who is in his first year 'J
well as does the man who seeks his The real old tramp-printer! He sure their location. How. much in the Georgia Institute of Technology -' .

w r life) was a bright onei,. better would be "Frostproof has been viewing New York- Pride ofOmership
., He travelled "all over" and pickedUp News" than the "Highland and writes home that he is spending 4
t F- Lee's Little Liturgy vast knowledge; County News!" Throughoutthe his time in having sport at the same .
f Says the Winter Haven Chief: He knew more of politics, finance entire United States it is time he is quartered "in the largest 1
That man Thorn, of The and progress the custom to place the name hotel in the world." It seems .that I THE Ford Touring Car has brought to the
J," Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Than ninety percent of those of the city in which the 'pa- the young man was, so fortunate as 1 homes of the country more real plea.I .
*YR is so swelled up over win- taught in some college! per is published along with to be one of the new members of. sure, comfort and convenience than perhaps any ?,1!,
Ing the "beauty prize" at the name of the paperandit the band, in fact he was the only :I other one thin -
<,, the recent -press meet that SOME FOLKS ARE FINNICKY is to be hoped that such new man, which accompanied the It. .
t he Ip becoming a regular changes will be made as Georgia football team to New York I It has enabled the farmer and hie family to mingle ;
F.c fault-finder. Considering the Labor troubles. brought about rapidly an possible.-Kissiinmea -and he i is making the most of it. I I with friends, attend church, neighborhood functions s'}
ii victory as a sum total we Through the walking delegated Valley Gazette His selection was a signal honor for : and the
enjoy
:, F1; fail to see any occasion for And a bunch of worry-men All right. Mr. Thornilyke, Kissimmee. I I many pleasantries that
r.- so much darned swell head. Always cause hard feelings; let's commence with The abound in country life.

: We positively refuse to take Because, no matter what topic KisBimniee Valley Gazette. If your child eats ravenously at I Truly the Ford car with its low cost of operationand
our hat and make the print May be argumentatively considered, If we attempt to locate the times and at. other times has no appetite .
usefulness
maintenance and
r (1 f: :4i: ers in the office get down There are always adherentsTo geographical position of The at all, look out for worm!,. 'efficiency.' s
off their stools and stand at both sides of the question. Gazette by its name, it could White's Cream Vermifuge is the rem. has been a boon to the_American farmer, .

lo attention every time he Did you ever notice that be placed anywhere from edy to use. It cleans them out. Your order should be placed at once if you wishto
his old thobght tank. We If s' the difference of'opinion LaCe Okeochobee to San- Price 35c. Sold by J. Z. Roberson.** avoid
in
i 1 certainly do. "We thank That sell the many automobiles ford, and from Frostproof to delay delivery.I. .
>
t': you." Of fully fifty-seven varieties; a line running from a given CATTLE AND HOG THEFTS
a ;- IVide goeth before a fall!" And And It' is the name cause' point in an easterly direc- COMMON IN POLK COUNTY -
i. 0 It was at Lakeland's ruction; for That make the charming divorcee tion, bearing obliquely In'a I. P. TIMMONS er 1 ,
; went down in grim dispair-a Popular darn rnan- general direction toward Much of the time of the circuit
Dealer Florida
oj Authorized Kissuaaiee
delete
,.;. s-, IT"NEWFFlNN spirit craves destruction. Except her. husband. somewhere in particular.The court in Polk county was taken up : l
Sometimes I think Ki "lm!>>e# is about one this term in considering the canes of
Many of these husbands hundred miles long and from those accused of stealing cattle and !
t Have been most voluminously- twenty to forty-five miles hogs--and the State Cattle-Raisers' /
c Censored by county commissioners miles wide. Now, tell us Association has been taking an active -
So that nobody actually wants where The Gazette is print part in the prosecution. That

t The dodgasted mavericks. ed.The body engaged Pat Johnston, of Kis-
FORMERLY HOTEL MANHATTAN I noticed the other day "retort" is so absurd that 1 I simmee, to assist in the prosecutionof

J. D. NEWBY, JR. That the two Tampa papers fain would laugh. Any reader would some cases. One of these was the
:, 'f}, Diagnosed the national labor situation. know by the title printed on the case of The State versus Jules Everett -
.. And both of them agreed first page of the paper that The Kissimmee and Charles Watson, indictedfor
That if trouble must come Valley Gazette was published the stealing of a domestic ani- -U
I It should quickly speed uj> in Kiscimmee. -but if the paper mal. The battle was hardfoughtbut -
w Sunday Dinners And get the thing over with. bore the title of Osceola Valley Gazette resulted in a mistrial. Another I
.
Those papers were referring' there ,would remain the same case in- which the assistant state's -
To railway matters, I think; ambiguity, as the ."Florida Metropolis" atttorney,. R.O.. Rogers, was aided S
:
jJ' .- But at. the same time i or -'Manatee River Journal"for by Attorney Pat Johnston was
t They said, emphatically, the reasonthere Is no city where 'the defendant' was charged '
Seventy-five Cents per Plate. That-the sooner this state, called 'Florida and no city named with stealing hogs and the jury TouhlCar
9 Became an "open" territory Manatee River. The "reply" made doubtless all lovers of bacon, andham ;355 gr a v a ry
The quicker Florida'would becomeA by Editor Shobe. bears as much cor- decided the defendant was guiltless
state of countless happy hom '.. relation as ;an Insulator on a telephone l of the charge and freed him h
LAUNDRY I never had an objection pole bears to the nut Br'er from the law. '
f' KISSIMMEE Against a man joining: Shobe wears atop this collar for the '(' :
Any association he desired; purpose of carrying his hat straight. The .Columns of The "Viaali-
Everybody Wae It Asybtdy! Advertise Task Tk Valley CaxsfteVl
But I do-consider it absurd I thank you. Gazette give splendid service. ** e
I BROADWAY
306 To try to force .
workingmanTo ------
a --------- ---- '

I When join he any doesn't-club or really society like it- VlrAr- VlrAr- nrnr. Ar ftrVlr" --... .n ... -1'r ...I\t' ... nn>> ar

; : ; Flat Work and Merely to earn his living.
;
; l .: JJtirtsCoII; The constitution of this country
Is against ..uch'a thing-

family Wash But the plan has grown-
: Fostered by a bunch of folks i
'. Who like to tap 'a payroll
\ Without any actual work. Merchants & Farmers. Bank

PHON 67. And-now-eomes-a-man-- ---
i k" -- -- -
,f Whose residence is Lakeland, r.
..
And he makes declaration .Y tK
That never, nevermore nossir, '
i ftNEID'S I i; BATHS "Will railroad men go back

"Into the former slavery conditions." C>> :l.s&I.'WY1ka1ee: :: :
Best Per Maay Diseases All of which is very nice- .

Provided there ever were f
1 ; -
;";, 11'' Good baths with water direct from Any "slavery conditions. 9
I[ contend that man .
any
edicinal well. ..OpenTuesdays,
cr _.
Has complete legal right
a
,";' : Thursdays,. Saturdays, from 9:30 a. To quit the job he"has- $25 OO.oo
A short drive from Capital
'i\, m. to 5:00 p. m. Provided he gives notice ,
Kissimmee.
'y td t For the customary two weeks; 1. ,
V But he has no moral rightTo f asVBMSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS S BS SSVS>SSSS SS>lSSSSSSSSS l
% ;w Orden for the water may be left hts _

'i f I a ....'jt ;residence, 614 Patrick: street. to name declare that successorOr no man aI

Shall henceforth !be engaged. Assures Its Patrons Every Courtesy In With Safe A
\ > CHAS. NlJD, Owner I[ assert that if a Baptist Keeping Banking

I. Fired a competent workman'Beeauee ,
\j the workmen declared .
"J ; ttoooo..tt..o..o.. That he was a good Methodist,
"., ': He'd be just a plumbfool idiot; ,
r I And if an Odd Fellow .



r:({, ', Real I .E Estate t t I'd And Must Swore Before sal jolir that they I the was-his same all could-employing excellent his: thing go carpenters to;'order work, 5 START. .. A_ SA VINGS ,ACCOUNT" -:: ; ,_ .4'



. Ten or twelve thousand men 5I '
..
', ,,,, ,' I[ wouldn't Episcopalians and insure against that "Rainy Day"OFFICERS .
,
If[
: they were I f'

; t Or democrats or.Methodists ,
} Or 'Pythian Knights or MasonsOr .(
,Sold, Exchanged, and taxes union non-union;
jJ :
Just so long as the bunch .
-
'f..: paid. Attention given to assessment Were all. good American citizens 4 .. *h

;: : and valuation. We And knew how to work .: .
t. And were absolutely sincere, :. .
qtr ,t will look after and rent yours They'd remain ,on .the payroll. ,7 d'R ,
, That Lakeland man' has soured 4 4f E. GRABEL President R. C. WOODBERY Vice President '
,
property for yoovWILLSON. On' the excellent papers of Tanipa "' ",
' "Itt I f And I presume that he will' ' J.. M, WILLSON, Cashier ,-: ,' ; ; ..; U> ""' .

;.Immediately qui his subscription .... ; .; ', ,
1 And merely borrow: the papers 4 , .... r.. / '. .
& '
Provided they manage to exist! !
But I.wouldn't be surprised' DIRECTORS : V-- ( ,2, S''
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"M '" I'."' ",:,' ,...- "" )"'1 "' ''t'' If those pesky Tampa papers ..HijcJ.< : -. "Ijftmf H.Jt| c, -7' '. ' \ .r>" '. -i.SL.tf.E. : f. : ,to sDR.
,, win :.uU Continue to publish C. CHRIST ; M. WILLSON : GRABEL
And when they do issue : . '(
t. .UltMAN s All the people of.the,whole state .' :'.. WOODBERY ,',: R.'a' /' :.' .. ... ( '
R. C MINICK'r .
; Will rush wildly around I ., .....,
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To good publications' ;* nS i? hnV' '*
**} ''' ':KISSJMMEE,'.'FW1311y+ ":; Whichlsuy" are: never-straddlera.:?> |41< ,-_ -' ,"II'I., ..' .. -. ., /-- -. ," .' it

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-i. rouR a . THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY.. NOVEMBER 4, 1921W \ v ,

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CONGRESSMAN' THE I columns accounts of pink teas and munily service that cannof; *
TEXAS HOUSE a
STIRS UP
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE lemonade social or that Mrs. Jones ured in dollars.' It must stanT.fft
took dinner with Mr Brown and the best that; is in the community
Pablished Frict: PROBABLY never has the house of representatives in Washington been Smith' baby has tlu. mumps T' Ordoea It must have courage )
Every y stirred to white heat the "Extension of Remarksof the publisher 'expect well as : to 'commend emir
so a over any event as by not average as courage iI'>!
By 1C1 iaua.. VaneGuelte Company, Kissimmee, FloridaW. than is included ina to command
Honorable Thomas L. Blanton, of Texas, which were printed in theConsr..ion.I' to give more paper respect cannot be
B. Harris, President . L G. Vans Agnew, Sacretary Record under date of Saturday October 22. who took up normal business relation a matterof spineless. It must have a code and
W. L. Editor8ubacriptlon cents? Eliminatingeverything abide that code.
and .
Thorneylce, dollars If'it 1* a
bra
of
IfS the matter of the persecution employees of the government printing but pews few if any of paper readers will real
Rate.: fice who were -averse to joining the union. In *he"course of his 'remarks" the numerous publishers of the coun they do not always agree respect with it It .

On One Year ______.____..._______ _______..____ __ at -
Copy; i __...: __ $2.00 the ..:Texan published a ,worn statement of'an employee regarding a mass try could supply the paper anything paper's great asset is a list of 'v
i l ;' One Copy,' Six Months.____..._..._....:.<.........._,.............. 1.00 of vile and obscene language used by a union man to an associate who was'an'openshop'mni"and : like the usual charge per year, ers .who .respect it., A town's greaui read
One Copy. Three Months .60 it must be declared that nothing so foul) has ever "'We'"fancy that the average publisher est asset is a paper that its readers f

1 (Bnt r.d at the fomtottf at Klmlmmc, Florida, as .econd-ol! ... matter.) appeared in print The explanation for its appearance: in a government doc as all likes comprising to think one of* his big readers family and respect al, ,:far A as paper humanly must Yb possible honest!'

l.I All oornmunleatlon .ii :I'meotbY wrlt r. official- might determine for himself the conditions which existed in an institution who feel that when they' receive the does not have the confidence ''
,i Rejected matter returned unle.. called for. maintained by the public purse. I paper each issue that they are getting readers is. incapable as a.eommunilL
A than the four or five cents! I spokesman.. A paper that is foTi
It be remembered discharged more run
f 'I Ffflfrn Advertising Rff r...ntatlv. may that some years ago there was a foreman -
I Tt1EAMERICANPRESSASSOCIATION I that it touts; them. We are inclinedto revenue alone cannot long maintalif J
from the he
bindary department of the national printshop because I the respect of Its readers. ''
the
.refused to join the union. Roosevelt then president and'when the<< think that between average
was : .
It its-average reader there These are some of the
and J things
; NOVEMBER 4 1921 paper that
FRIDAY.
matter was appealed to him he reinstated the workman. Roosevelt
immediately
._. is a relation that if beyond and abovea a paper owes to its -readers. .
-- -- -- -- said: "No rules or resolutions of that union can be permitted to over- pure business relation. The. paper times, stop and think what., .f// .
!
w 7' POLK COUNTY GRAND :JURY? DID BUSINESS ride the laws of t the United Slates.: But since that time there has been should give that which passes ai I a reader owe to the paper, ;

great laxity in the conducting tof that ,office-and it was to bring about I I current news, .to be sure', but, over dollars but in a way that is bigger:
p'a GENERALLY the work of a grand jury is but methodical-aside from-the bettet* conditioBaK-and perfect treatment for !good and competent'.workmen! and above. tfii. it must give a com- than dollars. .'

.rt ?" labor of finding "true, bills. This is a fact the- world over. Usually that Congressman: lilanton made his "remarks" which so incited' his col :;;--- -- -- -- ----- ---:' "
t 4 ttit M}-}f+SVfi4 'w'w fid}4 A GF40049 ;
++ that body find in the clean-up that this building is in good shape--that another leagues. In Relating to the intimidation of employees the Texan, said: I

%sf4 r needs the'scry of glazier-that another somewhere othei I want every employe in the government printing office to
a room or r
note that when the public: printer said "I will not permit any intimidations Little Need Be Said
Very
needs be that the officers "should b
to swept more frequently county n of the employes in this office, and the working time of

," i praised for the conscientious manner in which they have rendered assisanee the shop can not be used for other than the business o.f the govern- ,

r tliank) -you"'--and. -thea--the-work, is-complsteSuch things.....are-altogether t"--he proclaimed_to_the-nation-that_the American "open shop" AbouL,_. L __
,
has again been established in least bureau of '
1 too common. at one our govern"rrient. -

; The, recent grand jury i in Osceola county, however succeeded in' borin r : Good Candy.i.i.. ';
And I want all of the employesof the government in the print-
r bit than u.ual-and returned 1ictment'against bank of.
a deeper one a ing office to understand that if they object to the oath of the union.
j '- ficial which created consternation in the city because conditions were not t t which puts the union above fraternity. Cod and country, they have

: generally J known" The indictment was_not_ docketed alongwith .!the, remain.. '. the right to withdraw 'from the union and still' hold their jobs.And OUR NEW STOCK OF NORRIS CANDY AND .
_ss ,t' der of the true bills "because the arrest had not been made;" but there was I I want all of the government employes in the printing"offic
doubt to understand that If they object to paying this extra 10 percent WHITMAN'S CANDY SPEAKS FOR ITSELF-
the
;Pr no as to accuracy of the findings matters have since been :
assessment that has been l levied against their salary as dues to the
Because of the indictment recorded The Gazette ONCE IT IS TASTED
shaped. not being was union to carry on the typographical union's strikes all over the :

"' unable to print it-lest the information being transmitted by word-of-mouth United States for a 44-hour week they can stop paying that tremendous ., - .-
might in some slight manner be altered or changed. drain on their salary withdraw from the union and still - :::

It remained however for the grand jury in Polk to gat right down to gold their job with the government. If they believe that every Those who have .tried either brand of these confections will ;r

;F 3 horsehoes and call a spade a spade. The presentment there made spared| ablebodied man ought to work 48 hours instead of 44 hours each know that we are saying much when we assert there can be nothing

no one--and the bluntness of the document was in places what might be week of 168 hours and that the demand by his union for a 44- better placed on the market--if there was. The Central-Drug' Store .
r termed "brutally frank." But that is the only manner in which perfection hour week is unjust they have a perfect right to quit the union would have :
rh can later I be> attained. The grand jury in Polk county showed no hesitation and quit paying for the expenses of its unjust strikes" it. t ;"

r- .! in picking flaws among the official.; and it showed a desire to protect the And there is every indication that henceforth the government printing Those who have not enjoyed these pure confections will have ,

funds belonging to the people by the following paragraph: office will be, actually/ an open shop-thanks to the democratic congressman treat when they buy the first box-which will cause them to place

a+ t? We further find that no clerks in the various county offices, who from Texas I lONE I "repeat orders" frequent intervals.

+ have been handling the funds, are under adequate bonds, and very ,
; few under any bond at all. We therefore recommend that all clerks GAZETTE EDITORIAL BEARING FRUIT Be sure and receive these fresh at .1.l

t with such duties be immediately put under a good and sufficient \,
bond through some recognized surety company. RECENTLY there appeared in the columns of The Gazette a brief suggestion -

Regarding the embezzlement of a considerable sum from the funds of the that all newspapers in the state 'incorporate in their headlines the Central Drug' StoreDAY

t r" Board of Education body of investigators went directly to the root of the name of the city in which they were printed -in order that proper recognition -

a ; trouble and in the presentment appeared the following caustic recommendation might be made. The News, which is published in Arcadia under a 41 PHONES NIGHT 21
: somewhat ambiguous: headline and which has just reached the age of thir
ty-four with a standing that is excellent, reprints the suggestion and
4 r We recommend to the Honorable Cary A. Hardee, governor of years .
Florida tnat the present board of public instruction and the super- adds: .
'' intendent of public instruction be suspended from office pendinga We have been thinking of this for several months, and now - -

a thorough investigation with view to their removal from office. that you have given us encouragement we are about ready to do" -,iR.EAL

k We find that throughout the handling of this entire matter that it if it is mentioned again by anyone. All we nee4ie! .encourage-

the board has displayed 'a greater consideration for the feelings of ment. '
Ii the accused clerk than they have for the interests of the citizens It now remains but for a few more papers to adopt the measure and ESTATE -

s\\ 't of the county and we further recommend that immediate stepsI then the hint will be made, unanimous throughout the state. J

i ., be taken by the proper authorities to( safeguard the interests of
ORLANDO. SENTINEL NOW A BEAUTY
citizens in the payment of outstanding warrants, which may be

fraudulent and to collect a* large a portion, as possible of the shortage Of ALL KINDS
f in the school fund from any of the officials who may be legally ALWAYS neat, the Orlando Sentinel now comes out in a form nearer '

f liable. We find that apparently in most, instances-that the so-called metropolitan-and its. new press is working wonders. With a trifle narrower

-4 audits by the state auditors have been entirely superficial and of. no columns there has been a gain made of full ,twenty inches of matter to each
List Your
,value and that'we believe that had these .audits been made by com page. -and, the issue i., a credit to that thriving city. Property With Me. ..

petent public accountant the irregularities. would have been detect- - - ;

/- .. ed long ago. KISSIMMEE'S FINE CAMP na'nre goes into a number of details -000- ,
", : ''while it i is unfortunate, for condition to ever arise to'cause a grand IS CLEAN AND SANITARY, regulating the conduct of the tourists -
Jury to make such jntense inve.tigation.-oi' rather that such ill conditions and the orderly maintenance of
I Tourist institution the grounds In every way the ordi- H. Stanley Bullock
auto camps an an
are
+? ;r ; shall be found after. an investigation t.il an honor to that body that' it in Florida. Whether these nance i I. complete and the
dare* to report its finding in language '..about which there can be no miscon camps are good or bad for the cbm- camp_ will be assured ofd cent su-

:'struction. Calling "spade a spade" i is an excellent policy; sometimes. munity theyare here and must be pervision. Office Old State Bank Building 1.

however as was orate recommended by that Episcopal bishop of Maine, supervised. During last season there THE DOUBLE HALLOWE'EN
proceedings will be advanced and the returns enhanced by terming it 'a were many faulty camps not in the # '
state; faults, however were so CAVE CHILDREN SPORT
,
r damned old shovel. much with the camps as 'with the
lack of supervision and managementof Kissimmee children certainly put
r' LEGISLATORS VERY SHORTSIGHTED them by municipalities wherein in two strenuous evenings in re- \
they were located. As a' result of sponcp to the hail of Hallowe'en

F 1y.. PRIOR to the gathering of the last- session of the .Florida legislature the poor camps municipal werp supervision grossly criticized many of, Saturday ing the era and of Monday much evenings hard work be-, [ L 'I

there were strong moves' made to have an enactment of a measure which condemned and subsequently aband- long hikes much innocent mischief, OSCEOLA HARDWARE COM'Y:
Would cause all.city boards, all county boards, all school boards--in fact, cned. In several cities ordinances and a general good time. Stalking ;
all bodies prohibiting any farther about the streets and avenues" these
supported by and handling the money of the people-to publish wereadopted
little ones, for themost each
r' ,. each month a comprehensive report of all their actions in order that the What municipal were the camps evils of the camps disguised by ghostly raiment part or grotesque -I
aK x ""*
*, public might know.: It argued by those favoring the bill that the .
was people last year? First, many towns advertising masks were seen in trios - -. -
a; would take interest in the and would look into"all small and
a great matter carefully camps and bidding' for this quartets groups larger |
those reports; that public officials, knowing that every action would be class .of tourists made! no provision. oongregatlons and they were all I
for sanitary upkeep. The tourists happy in childish "fun.. ,
closely watched would be less careless; that the publicity gained and the The ,
..beet could sport was at its height Sat-
came and lived a. they in
\ betterment derived through such a plan of procedure would be worth far
W "* I the midst of inadequate facilities; urday evening--when there were several ,
; more than the cost-and that it was but just to everyone that such reports second, many of the campers were pleasant little gatherings I\t -
1 be published in some paper in the county from which the report emanated winter laborers who went forth in various homes. Then came Monday
The proposed measure received the unqualified support of the bright- the respective communities' biddingfor evening when the noise became a I
,
employment; and, third in sev- trifle more acute as that was the .'
'est men'in the legislature. The pegheads and the sausage-brained member.couldn't real Hallowe'en. The .
eral of the larger commissaries police force
camps !
i understand' what good, such 'report would do--and vowed 'twas were established and food sold was kept busy looking after the !It
r C a publi.her..ame to drag down a few dollars each month. "Few dollars to campers at a price cheaper thanin crowds but there was only good
ri '. each month" was right Only a few. It i i. probable that none of the papers ( the neighboring; town. These conditions nature existing. It is a matter of .

,w ,carrying such.,reports would make any money out of the work: their emoluments could authorities.all have been regulated-... occurred congratulation during that either nothing serious, X11 In' ,
the local evening.
kv- being an increased list of readers and! a possible increase i in.adf by
. Why -sbould the citizens of a com- There was the usual daubing of shop-
t vertising rates. The bill did not pass.if munity criticize a condition for which windows. yet it must be admitted r.t
; -' .If. that bill had become a law the 'alleged peculations s of the secretary. they themselves are directly respon- that the vast majority of these windows '':I
ry sible T It Is true that bf the needed the washing they would "
:
of the Polk county board of education would have been the 'soonerbrought many iii;'
'. ,out--and it isposable that there would have been saved in a short timef campers were careless, indifferent have. to receive to appear presentable. ,",:-"{
towards and rights the
property yet
"if more"than all the printing of the report would have cost for several years. errors of a few should hardly be sufficient The affair is over-and the chil- &&&& '* '* f, Ir j"-t;
*
"Jt i.i stated that fully fourteen thousand dollars have, been man-handled by : to condemn all when muni- dren are happy in their retrospection. .
t-t the clerk, to the school board in ,the day long agon<-and in the week cipal regulations were wholly: absent.A .- And the only echo of the cele- BOB-WHITE! BOB-WHITE!:!
y's d .Crouch later; and it.i., i i. but fair to presume that these peculations would havet city should not bid for auto tourist bration was on Tuesday when the .
.. brushes and the cloths ,
unless be
it is willing to respond were polish- ;
-
*been the found-out' had the become law .rr-i..I.o but
> sooner meaiure a : sible for the camp maintenance. ing plate-glass-according to the an- The quails are calling and on the morning of the 21st )0.. :&
fair to say,:that it-was reported that the passage of the bill was fought because There were some excellent campsin nual, custom. the'
p .. | ,county 'commissioner: and city official and member of school boards Florida last year. There are go-> open season begins and we are ready to supply your :

r ,urged its' defeat; consequently it requires a great deal of ielf-eontrol toF' ing to be some bad camps this year POUND FEES-COURT"FINESWhen wants in all kinds of Hunting Goods. :fr
avoid saying, "We're of iL" but as fast a* they are found these -
gloatingly glad
.- ; v!: 1 ; : camps will be condemned. The Stato the motorcycle was pur- Our Gun Rack Is Full of Rifles and ShofGuns and '
Publicity honestly given i is a preventive of frequent wrong Under Board of Health will not tolerate unsanitary chased for the chief of police that our Stock of Ammunition is .
complete. Get ready in time
normal: condition: men are honest; then a* appear a'n opportunity for a poorly operated camps this official remarked that he believed he t
1 financial gain, or perhaps a political gain some will make a venture in a season. would be. able to make a sufficient for the opening of the season by laying in your supplies 'a "
; 5'"modest' way along of least resistance?"* Perhaps the initiatory move West Palm Beach and Bradentownhave sum to return to the city to show the now. _' :!:l

t r ,is 'merely _a,!bit ,of illegality urged by conditions and 'if there ,were published recently promulgated very bus- machine was self-supporting. To .
inese'-like, comprehensive ordinancesto date Chief Tyson has secured
reports each month regarding affair the movement would die right there. handle camp The West. Palm ; than one hundred dollars ($107.601 more Remember we are theWinchester ( '
i Without' the. needed publicity the action may be hidden in some manner- Beach ordinance defines the limits of in court fines from speeders-and .
:, a, 'only to be augmented a* other Jike conditions might arise: and 'it was for this the camp grounds; it creates an office i has started in the month of Novem- Store ;
;
":purpose the publicity bill was urged by the press of the state. Those,boards of camp superintendent with police ber with a good record. Pound fees f
1 and managerial authority; it requires of $ -making $109 in that line
"t throughout Florida that wen 're.cfjnl on printers in factti 'strongest that all tourists desiring to since,he was sworn in office. and are ready' to supply anything in their line. .
i In 'denouncing the rnessure'as a graft for the ; it, i i. a safe enter the camp apply to the super-

,auert on that no honest and well-intentioned public official opposed the proposed intendent, giving name of person in WHAT DOES A NEWSPAPER Large invoices of Rugs and Furniture have retentlybeen:
J JaWv; 1The'fightl.agaJn: t the P\eaurc\ <'Y ,waged .by-those .who desiredtheir i charge of party; number in party, 'OWE TO ITS READERS. received. Let
permanent home address, .make andnumber us show ,
acmesluppressedi and the writer and the .you. ,
;.. '\I, t anonymous anonymous of automobile! length of The relation of r '. ...'
'. "t > -fighter are ,classed ia the category the'coward'and the dishonest. stay in camp 'A'fee of 25c per day readers ia one that a at newspaper times is worth to Its HEADQUARTERS for :H4RDWAR6and FURNITURE ;
:-",: ,The pun of the :.tate'-w continue: 'Uf fight ; ;, is charged: for. use ; this sum talking about says the Pilot pf : .: ,iJI
,,: d mad square": business i policies which'win stand the. 10r'de.DpublicoC'cial'j' to go to-a fund. provided for' the Whitefield. Montana. ?
; .gp6ontrand: if.is"such matters a* the ,shortage'in :J school 'funds Polk special. service rendered the touristsin -I'it purely: a business relation in OSCEOLA COM'Y-
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:Bounty which/will pro"'-a telling afgumenp} towards,a:law that'will demand j strict camp.accordance The' camp with will regulations operate 'of fan whjch' the for subscriber the ; pays .10. much HARDWARE : -

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r.\ THE KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY',GAZETTE.. ,:FRIDAY.. NOVEMBER 4, .1921) '. rayr'

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'the. Como, old reliable t.shoe your hous feet,*.fitted H., 'C.by WILD,-LIFE LEAGUE: 5' > P .

I ITEMS A WEEK I Stanford Company It / ,. .,.,.

George W.. Persons left on Tues F '
day for a business trip to Savannah. IS BEING FORMED :
See Stanford's while the.,great sale Ho was accompanied by L. 'B.. Tyree. "
,if sir.. It We are sacrificing greatly on -out' SALE
.., ':r.; i Regoular'me.tlng of the county men's. low shoes II. Clay' Stanford.It TO COVER COUNTY
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g' ..Y,./ commissioners ,on Monday next.. .
' If suffering from rheumatism try If Is '.seldom that Dr. H. "8.. Gel! Perfection of Such Or.aaization LASTS a

Neld' Bathe!' 40-tfc get1 reaches a birthday'annlvllrsary '
Means- Much. for OccooU County
Born: In Orlando,.to Mr. and Mrs. that When one occurred on Thursday, MONDAYSTORY'S
.Paul McKee. Sunday, October 23, a October: Z& he was entertained at a ,*' and Preservation of Canto TWO .
ton. M... McKee was formerly Mill special dinner, birthday cake candies '-
,Malloy, of this city.: n' everything;, by Mrs. tielger, A meeting to,perfect an organization
M A-l dry wood at Kissimmee Wood- assisted by Mrs. N,' B. Carson., for the protection .ot. wild life in YS..
,v yard. Phone 262. 'At Stanford's great sale all shoot!! Oaceola county was held .in the ;

> .M Mrs. M.. A, Clark and her mother, are reductions.being ,disposed of .at wonderful It(the evening Chamber, lAnd was of. Commerce called to hall order last by ONLY ,

; Mrs. G. P. Roberds, returned last Fri % .!'Judge T, L. Comer,' who stated its ,
One of the tiew of the Gazette
day from a Bummer spent in Weaver patrons officers were .
this week is the W. R. "Link ..purpose. .
ville, North Carolina. follows ,
(elected as : H. C, Stanford, i
, Tiro, of which is
Company, Orlando ,
For common everyday ills of man ;chairman; Miss Rhea Pherigo, secretary .
Ikind there is nothing to equal Tan- advertising special prices on tires. ; and J. M. Willson, chairman. f
,. ',;'" lac. Central Drug Store. .. That company is working, up a large Remarks concerning the 'n.,ed of

The members of the Dorcas Sun. district patronage-and throughout is branching the out.Orlando such an organization and the best -
day school clans will hold a sale of Ii I method of affecting its purpose were c'I'
home-cooked foods Saturday after-1,,I Bad debts collected or no pay. Results made by H. C. Stanford Lewis
noon.and evening. The sale will take guaranteed.. J. M. Willson district I iO'Bryan, Milton Pledger, ,Leo Wilson "
:1Ii place on the vacant corner opposite manager. 1 -UeI Rev. J. A. Sutton, Judge T.- L.
', the j>oslofflce. O. P. McCabe} who has been spending ,.Comer, and S. B. Aultman. '
Wanted I I the summer in Chicago at his| It was decided that the organiza- -
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Jessie D. Kleinr.inn.stenographicwork. Phone summer home has returned to Klssfrrmee. tlon should be countywide in its I' +

253, State Bank, building. 42-tf 1 erable .property Mr. McCabe in : owns' consid.iIJsimmeeand-I tl.oo Icope! ,- and e.t'lormertandOeay the dues were Axed at DAY SALE

E. S. Hall, of the Osceola Hard has large holdings at and adjacentto ,for w men. The pastors of all the
ware! Company, because he is entertaining Kissimmee Park. churches of the. county and their
''" his son and family, I I. now Tanlac is purely vegetable and 'is (I(wives were made honorary members.
his
on annual vacation-and spent made from the most beneficial roots,' As Saint Cloud'is the second larg-
all of Wednesday in securing data .herbs and barks known to science. 'est town in the county; a special
for more fish-stories. Central Drug Store. ** committee consisting! Judge T. I. .
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Mrs. George Saunders, of Alliga j |Comer, Leo Wilson, D. M. Boyte, H. ""
_, Mr. _and MHL. .P..,A. Vans .
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Aitnew/
Lake-upent a portion of Wednesday of Winter Park former R. May, Mrs; S.; B. Aultman and '
in Kissimmee, greeting some of [Mrs. M. E. Turner, ttas appointed tot
Kissimmee visitors, in this cityon
.' condition her many continues friends. to Mr.be Saunders'serious I I Sunday, to were attend the funeral of t[visit Saint securing Cloud members and( take and steps toward -A.N'UM"ON DY-
co-op-
t the late Fred W. Hill. While in Kissimmee j
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his !
'I but pleasant greetings have not eration from that place.
diminished. they 'were guests of Mr. and The committee ... .i wt
following on orga-
Mrs. E. G. Vans Agnew. .
City Tax Books t nization was appointed: Leo Wilson, -
are now open. .,
Five percent will\ be allowed for payments Notice: Pay your City Licenses, Judge T.. L. Comer, and Lewis,! NOVEMBER 5 AND 7 '
and avoid penalties. All ,licenses due .
made in November J. R. Gilbert : O'Bryan, who are to 'report at a
City Tax Collector. .': October 1. J. R. Gilbert*-. City Tax' meeting to be held at the Chamberof '

There will be meeting; of the Collector. Commerce hall Mondav evening, Two
Civic Department a of the Woman'1!1 name There of has the been old Manhattan a change Hotel-in the November 7, at eight o'clock. will be Big Bargain Dayjs. at this store. -

+ Club at the home of Mrs. T. M. Rivera
r there have been other improvements If suffering from sort of skin
M and any
this Tuesday department evening has at been 7:30.inactivefor A. I,, about the many entire premises ,diseases try NeliTs Baths. 40-tfc- this is your chance to lay in a winter supply" of

some time, it is important 1: which have been made by the new I Vfl. ""U. Thorndytae and family a
very I owner, J. D. Newby. Henceforth the have removed from 821 Brack street. t'
;, that activities should be resumed; you'need' right now at' attractive prices. '
therefore every member is urged to i house will be known as"Newby Inn. to 304 Main street. goods ,
be present. I: City Tax Books are now open. I I Banish that awful insomnia that

Notice: Pay City Licenses, I Five percent will be allowed for pay- i I worries you every night. Let your
mid avoid your ments made in November. J. R' Gil-. ,sleep be restful and refreshing. Tan- 8-Quark Zinc'Bucketa WORK SHIRTS
penalties. All licenses due *. 1000 YARDS LOOKI! 60 r7k.
bert Tax Collector.
City lac does It, Central Drug Store. .
October 1. J. R. Gilbert
,," Collector. City Tax i i Writes a man 'from Kendallville, "| Jack Spading was in Kissimmeefrom Unbleached Muslin. 3 6 regular price, ".

Mrs. Gladys' M. Alford spent the I,1, Indiana- : "I enclose stamps for your last Orlando' yesterday, in which inches wide and good 50c. Our Sale Price each 25c Worth $1.00. Only? a few'dOZ4

latter part of the week at her former latest edition. and I was there liked city, Mrs Sparling has taken chargeof grade. Yard __________lOc -- -- -en-'at--this-price.MEN'S ,'
home Christmas day certainly the new store which has been but '
In.
.. here business Kissimmee.matters being connect.called the place, and I wish to come back." recently opened by Eugene G. Duck 10. yards to a custome... Special! 48 Steel Frying i
upon The stamps were not enclosed-but ,I worthmayor of Orlando. AND YOU.NG MEN'SSUITS -
ed her property. Mrs. Alford Pans. 20c to' 40c values. .
the copies are being sent jest the OIL CLOTH
returned on Sunday to Tampa, where''' ,[ Mr. and Mrs. Sam Walbert, ofI ,
she is fitting up an especially fine I same. I I Grand Rapids Michigan, have arrived -' 39c yard Sale Price, eachWINDOW .__,___,lOe '
J suite for her Bonnie Belle Beauty Wanted: To exchange one slightly -I I in Kissimmee for the winter, 50c when can r $18.00: $20.00. $25.00; ...
Why
-". Shop which' will Boon open there. I used Ford touring car body for 1 I and are making their home with their pay you SHADES. $30.00 I I'I
I one lens used Ford roadster body.I old-time friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. get it for 39c? .
am once more located at my
61 home, No." 4 Brack street, and am P. Timmons. 44-tfc I jSensiba, at 304 Main street BABY BLANKETS Yard wide 6 feet long. MEN'S UNDERWEAR FOR
ready to rename work at hem I The city council has decided 'thata City Tax Books are now open,
my I I
I: stitching. My former patrons will number of trash cans are needed at i I Five percent will be allowed for pay $1.00 Price. each _..:__.;__ __-70eWOMEN'S WINTER '.

find their.orders,, filled with the asual various points especially: at the ments made in November. J. R.' Gilbert .- Come in Pink and Blue. A Ribbed Drawer* and"Shirts, 75c.... I'.
I tourist Councilman Cadel was Collector
camp. City-Tax
1 promptness. Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck..x COTTON HOSE '
! dandy value.CURTAIN Union -Suits ._ _. :
, authorized at the last meeting of Throughout the state and --$1.50
Mrs. -
Willa Steed home
at her at especially ... y
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111 Clyde aVenue. south, entertained that body to ascertain the immediate in jOseeola county and Kissimmee Black, white .and tan. Pair19c *.
on Tuesday and Wednesday her needs and.make' provision for the -the damages done by the storm SCRIM STETSON HATS,,,
I r brother-in-law, Clifford A. Steed, of purchase. of last week have been found far less Big Values F or12l.e. tale t
OUTING GOWNSFor We have 12 for this
Augusta, Georgia. Mr. Steed came !'I' Will sacrifice, at a bargain my than first estimated. Fruit in Osce- ISc, 25c 30c and 3Sc
..,. expressly for the purpose of attending sawmill outfit ill ready for operation ola county was not severely damagedand Women,. worth $1.25. and the price each.-$7.00: .
the wedding of his niece and and in fine timber section. Miss no great material loss Has yard. .
.:,, was forced to return home on. Wednesday S..E.;. Harris,. Pine Castle Florida. :x been found. In Kissimmee there wasmuck Sale' Price,____________$1.00 BLUE APRON OVERALLS : '
i At the of'the councilon harm done in the line of the OUTING '. r
to resume his duties as tax- meeting city ? '
collector of that .city. Wednesday evening Carson Farmer electric system and the, telephone t.'i; The best grade. Per yard' .,'>:. CHILDREN'S GOWNS ;f ', ,;: ; worth'$2.00.: '' :,: it; /.. "

;-'I! .' See'' the beautiful hand-tied MexU was appointed truste of the' municipal gy tem-and a shortage in compe \.1" ;'J .' 15e;and 20c $; Sale Price .?.'I..._:..;.,....." $I.so' ,'., ., ;,'. I : ,
bonds the general notes and 1ent'workmen has rendered the replacement ' "' .
'shawl,' the that the "\\1'\\ ., "' Made of Outing. 'SOcfandJ85cSWEATERS( i trie..jtvw
can took first ,
one ,
slow butit ;. } '''" h :* : ' >
the electric light !bonds. Three trustees a proceeding; < '':,I' 1..ior
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LEATHER LEGGINS
the SERGE
.. at Orlando last
price fair
spring i if" usually form this body, but is believed that by tomorrow night .' -
--and: then place' orders for duplicates will be condi- Black and Blue. YardI.OO ..
f", as Christmas gift." Shown at death deleted and the resignations membership. had entirely tion.both systems in 'good *> $4.00., "

the People's 6c and lOc Store, Kis- QUILTING COTTON Bargains' i in Sweaters for the We save you $2.00.
simmee' Notice: Pay your City: Licenses,
x SL John's. (Episcopal: ) Church
/ti: The and avoid penalties. All licensee due 2. Roll for _____________25e whole family.Women's PIN CHECK PANTS .
executive board of the Red October 1. J. R. Gilbert, City Tax Twenty-fourth Sunday after Trin- .

Cross Chapter held a business meet Collector. ity., GUIMPE DRESSES Winter Under Our Price Pair .., __-___$LSO c
Jj/ ing on Friday afternoon. All necessary -
9:45 m.-Church School. '.
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The the Casinothatof
new plan !
reports were made, and it was showing but three times each 11:00: a. m.-Commemoration ser- $1.98. $2.98, $3.48, $S.4&, Vests ________________SOC Our Store is full of bargains. "
decided the "Roll
. 'r. .... unanimously that v'ce of the "
Domestic and and
"t week-is not popular with Foreign $5.98 $6.48, $8.95. ""- *
Call, which begins next Wednesday many; Societies of the Protestant Episcopal Union SU b...1.00 And: up Come-ali3TooTc''them-overjr= hA-
i over all tHe country, will be dispensed but the decreased audiences made .
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s with this year. It there are any the plan necessary. It is probablethat church. 500 yards 32-inch Gingham -
l MEN'S DRESS PANTS
within a short time, with increased COLGATE'S TALC POWDER
: members who would like to pay : worth 35c yard.
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/. their annual dues the will be J audiences, the old-time daily FORMER KISSIMMEE WOMAN At Low Prices for High Class '
same
Sale Price yard________25e .
ii r n. received by Howard Katz, treasurer schedule will be ,resumed. PERISHED IN LATE STORM Sale Price, can t ___-_____20e Goods. '

--""-.I of the-local chapter I I _,City Tax Books_ are _now open. In'YesUgationl'hav.. shown that 1000 Cakes Soap, made '

' See the beautiful hand-tied Mexi- Five percent made in will November.be allowed J.for R. payments Gil-- one of the victims of the severe by Palm Olive Soap Co. Buculla Crochet Thread. Ores. Shirts ____--.___$1.00."\0 7'
shawl the that took the first storm ;
i, can prize at the, Orlando one fair last spring bert, City Tax Collector. was a which former afflicted resident the of west HiUiard's coast They are big cakes.. Each:: lOc Sale Price, ball ______.--lOc And up to ___________ $44)0) I

ti I -and Christmas orders for duplicate M. H. Porter hag returned from an Island and, later lived in Kissim- ,, _.__, ____U __ _n ..un____n
*- as gifts. _Shown at extended visit with relatives at Los
u the People's 5c and lOc Store, Kisflimrnee. Angees -and expresses satisfactionat mee.Mr.. and Mrs J. D. Wilder, the lat- Remember this sale lasts Two Onlyjust
9, ,t / x again being in Kiscimmee. California ter more than eighty years of age, Days

f, R' iw: Electric current user and consumers he states, is a pretty country were living at Rocky Point, near '
of water have been surprised -that portion of it he saw-and he Tampa, and when the storm broke on and November S.and 7Lyles
Monday
i", t at the unusual delay in sending out viewed many beauties; but the climate Tuesday the water so quickly: surrounded Saturday .
; bills for the "is too cold for a Floridian. them that there was no opportunity ,
t' this is easily explain. The earn He says: "Think of It! I had to wear when the serious condition
;r t" of last week delaying the reading of my' overcoat about half the. time-- became apparent for them to es R
: ill\ 4. +>> the meters, and the wedding in the and that was too much for me, I can, cape. Their home was entirely de- W i
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a family of the collector brought about; tell youl" stroyed. The aged" couple found, as
. !, the lateness Jn the storm increased, that some elevated .
sending out stated Wanted: To exchange one slightly '
., ments. It is expected that such a used Ford touring, car body for place of safety must be secured V. IN
;. complex condition will not happen. one less Used Ford roadster body.I. until they were rescued, and finally Q r Story'j j PRICE '
(I' again. P. Timmons. 44-tfc found refuge in a tall palmetto.
.1' After nightfall, as the wind increased HINH.
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beat with great violence, Mr. Wilder PRICE QUALITY r8c
found ft to hold his wifein )
necessary COMPA .,
his arms to protect her as muchas ;
r, J Here Are Some Telling Prices possible; but along towards day

.t break he was he forced became to relax ao exhausted hU hold that fora -Shoes, Dry Goods, Furnishings. and XJothing_ -__ '-

moment, and Mrs.: Wilder, too '

Blue Ribbon Peaches, I 11 I ounce package_______;;______..,.____20e weak and chilled to care for herself, BROADWAY KISSIMMEE .

,, Bulk Figs pound __________.;.____________________________25c fell and was washed away., 1 i

s Bulk Evaporated Apples, per pound!-_____________i________25c NEW REALTY DEALER

Apex. Peas per can_____.___________: _'. __.________ _____2Sc HAS OPENED OFFICE. t
r, Heinz Peanut Butter, large can____::____..__________________38c -- - '

Heinz Peanut Butter medium size.____:_____________________20e H. Stanley Bullock, who has grownto I '
?Heinz Sweet Gherkins, large size._____________________:..___SOc young manhood in Kissimmee, has him to function In a way to buildup MURRAY OVERSTREET' ILL i BUILDING A FINE BUNGALOW ,
opened realty headquarters in the the city. FATHER GOES TO ATLANTAJohn
Heinz Sweet Gherkins medium size_;:.___________.______-25c State Bank building, and is now securing G. B.. is doing his pert i,

d" Heinz Spaghetti, per can ___________________.,.___________15c list of properties which he VERY FINE OUTPUT L. Overstreet left yesterdayfor toward Increasing the tax-roll. for beI '

.r oOo- to proposes the advantage to handle of in both a square buyer way and 'Gene Bryan was in Kissimmee news Atlanta that his following son.. Murray receipt, was of ill I I. Improving .,his Main;.street'lot.by-j.

a r' CHASE teSANBORN'S TEAS AND.COFFEES.GARDNER'S seller. The young man stands well yesterday from his home in Haines at college. For. some time it'ha been the:erection .of what promises' to'boa >>
In this'city-and feels confident that City-merely to choir what he was known that .sertous''colds woro an. nost'up-to-date .home: The ,'work'I.
c CAKEs' ALWAYS IN'STOCK. he will puild up a clientele, which will doing lathe way of putting our noying him later examination': by 1 I. being done In an ,especially" fine .
000 ''' feel satisfied that he, I. continually crystalized fruit of high-grade., Sample the collegenhyslcfan showed that a manner- a* wa. demanded by MrWoodall -.
striving to do his best., For(a' considerable of kumquat. "from the first touch,of bronchial trouble' 'was ex. --: and'there'will bo all modern
The above are' quality goods.-and'we,are, also carrying goods of acbaper time Mr. Bullock held responsible run*! were aampledabout the city- l.tlnfr-AOd.on Wednesday:the parents :convenience Installed before the
grads '. position on the. cast coast and their appearance 'had excellent received word that, it "might be completion ;of the residence.. Nothing ;
-. ,. -bat has decided that ho would do flavor-and the perfection wa highlycommended. w.ll5for the father to eon" to fully nicer-'probabl7'', will be found, inKissimmee
..' .": better ,where he WAS "the'c. ': better{ lift Bryan report large learn condition.. I''While :then I I. than .this',pretty. bunga o- '+
: : known:-and ho has determined to quantities oT advance j>order'_and nothing,very serious In the Umeasat low.' /> C <* t
..J. R.FLOYb" covet the'' entire, county with: his will bo forced; he believe. ,'to greatly this stage 'It; Is feared .that.tom.pliations -- MBMpMMmtt>mMMMMSiaBBH j
; ; : listing.' He feels ,folly ablo'to consider increase his-plant next....son.-- Hi may-.t011owW' aDd.It:1* possible 'For .Rent-Nicely 'friraiebed .1 flat,,
iJJ'', . .' ''I, b "I.t'' ,,L'' _vaw*-and"his : watchword, now la, "Produce: 'Kunquaur that ,'return ..to Ills.I with fireplace; three room and bath.;

\ .' ;t general*" business, ,affair'ImQwtedr:' otj I f ,,' 7' ',., .,slmmeo> to, recuperate._ \. W, Pt mrris.. Gazette, of nee."_ .44tfIU
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WANTED*-To purohaje 'hot-water' : .

r THE CLASSIFIED D 'COLUMNFOR J > lav tsnli*,.. to about Write connect KO-Rallon"Tank-with capacity office blBe-rtnm of; suitable Oil-. (RED CROSS GIVE ( & : ;: ;;; I.:. 5- jF- -

actte. Klsslmmee. 41-tfa want to let ,

SALE WANG:ED-Man to workaround house know where Why should follow ; 1
and Harden.' Must know how to milk this matter. you :
and take care of milk. W. H. Maklnri. ANNUALJWDGET
with
FOR 8AUB! -A { down ter me. :
.red* house. AOdreaeon.blem Company 41-tfe a Ionic line : < I .,
)'m..nt-b..I..... like rent. Inquire I have ct crooked path''
won '
.. FOR RENT
at 4ed" Clyde avenue Kisslmm.afe .-'
$19,361,657 Allotted for Current people by ...
FOR RKNT-Three-room. epnrtmentfiirnlah I term of J
FOR, 8AI.I9- Cheap; two and one-hal ", dj; bath and toilet on came of :
acre at Klniilmmee Park: block t floor; or will rent. rooms aepamtely Program Relief my Often a towpath has been allowed to become
lot *%. Mall your bid; will be sold CaU at 10( Sumner. street, city, x but I tell ,>
i.1'"i <.. hUh..st bidder. Address) Mrs -- and Service. tender my' a village street, and as the .village expanded,
W. Newell, 111 North MercerstreetNevr FOR RENT-Tro rooms, ..n..ull"1 hot requests itl!" tradition has made.,the winding way an expresx .
Casing!; Pennsylva-nla. 47-lt and cold waterbath, lavatory; \ '
light housekeeping privileges; 11(18 His talk alon of a cow's willHabit ;
) FOR 8AUHWlloselle. nil ready for the. MabbettA etreet. Klsslmmee. 44-tfc MILLIONS FOR VETERANAID' -yet it was \ ''I.
a houm-wlO. to use for jvlly; Co the is always forging chains to enslave us, .
... pound. Or dor by I.oatrard.! H. H. FOR ItKNT-Two blocks from busttivsS : _____ lie felt
ttror.k, Mdbbette street. Klsslmmru. centre; good locality; housekeeping sured--and so that what has been found bearable by .the =
a apartment on first: floor, nil Medical Aid for Europeari'Chil.dren meeting be fathers is accepted by.the eons 1
conveniences: also bedroom on second .
Modern llve-ronm floor. Mra. -W. II. Swain, corner ed his ; t
SAI.K c ncrirtti
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4 bungalow; faces Nixie Hlftnway Verona and Beaumont, KlHHlm- Will Cost $6,000- which he Who cannot recall the coffee-pot Mother put II( :
' ; lot 6Uxl OI feet; corner lot 4n1- mee.. 4U-tfc time and on the stove early in the morning warning; us .
100, feet tdoiil I k.eatlnn for xrorery 000 This Year.
garage. or fllllnK mutton1;: lot In riaiarlnit l'tR; RBNT-Nice furnished I'.iDnm for Councilman not toilet it boil over? r
( east tOil II'( fret ultabl for light hbuie-keeplng. lights and ,much as
s residence or business. Cheap t'nsl Imth. Corner of Lake .iiirt Rev was deemed As children we were not permitted to drink ,1 I

or term Mrs. Summers 401 clnytreeV Htritets.F.... . H. ,Lowson., 40-tf Washington.Expenditure: totalling tea or coffee/because it would stunt our growth '. :
KlnHlniniee or AitsuclatedBelllnK 1 - ----- prim M> mm. ;
Corporation 13$; Julia street FOR RKNT -NICfly furnl"h<-rt flat $19S with fireplace: three rooms nn<) I
w Jacksonville, Florida 47-Stc bath W. U. Harris, Gacetta office IirogrHiii, of relief and services in the the: attorney however, we craved a hot drink with meals and ..

FCXR HAL1O-Chbage, plants curly 40-tr United Stutvs:! and overseas are outlined satisfaction custom gave us bur tea or coffee. ..
b' and late vnretl) -". n.Mtor call noon the/ council j
i M. }). Alexander Orlando -ltond.Phone \ III Die budget of tbe American)
t J47.. 46-81O Ked Cross for tbe shown the Finally upon the instructions of the !doctor .J\\'
current fiscal
NOTES CLOUDMr. year. right lie .. Mother gave up her tea and 7x 1Tee. But that
B FOR SALE=Heslrable residence In FROWST. Thin totul la lucre than *9.0UO,000 lower conditions .
Mine locatfHn. Can tx. meant nothing in our young lives.Ourvitality -
Klsalmmoe.: !';
the expenditure during when only
hr bought from ThenOaselte.dren at reasonable :price."A. B.Dtrert.,.... and Mrs. L. Zell'--. who have last tlian floes year when the disburse the and believed was then strong enough to throw off any effect .1'

! care 48-Jlx been spending the summer in- Indiana ment's readied $24,493.741. It lioouncod Rft__ fomewhat- __ _J3uij>UE time came.JlndweJeamed.. by ex,- L-.i
FOR SAUW Cabbage' plans, $f are- cnce more At thtir! home TdatTlref that could drink
per at National Headquarters In perience we not tea or coffee.
collect Add toe here. think he }
'y, thousand. Express
,
Ili per thousand postpaid. Orders shipped Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber of a statement railing attention to the end of his When we had it for breakfast it put our nerved

day, Valdosta received.OeorKla.Uorrls Plant 4 Company ...4txHAROA1NS South Bend; Indiana arrived Saturday necriislty of continued/ support of' the The pre on edge. When we drank it at the evening meal, 4 b

t evening and are pleasantly located organization l>7 response! to the Annual that no we tossed about in wakefulness most of the-night; ':
IN UHKD AUTOMOBILES'" :1
New York against Mr.
Terms to reaponalble people. One on avenue. Roll Call. ,No"f'lI.Iber 11 to 24, And then we found Postum, a pure cereal "
The the
New England Society will thought
Orand" Chevrolet 1919
"Baby Dodge tourlnit; one Ilaynea; one S-paii-. hold its, first, mecting.'of/ She Iealon tf the vital' work of the soetty' ,.Is- to I until _Rome beverage free from the harmful drug caffeine, in --4

. ,, 'eenger 118 ford; one tout-Inn 1020 Ford; one tourlh ItlS' :Ford one in the upper G. A. R.Iilf"next f Tuesday boo t effectively carried "on' Mr. tea and coffee. .We liked the rich satisfying flavor ,.

{ roadster; on. 1H18 Kurd touring: afternoon at two o'clock. AH Outstanding among the Item of the that this ",. of Postum-and also the better health which re. "

three Kas-sdale. 1(21 KI.almnFlorida.Ford tourings. .Ham 46-lf U. are welcome. domestic budget ,II the Appropriation I matter suIted. And too, we were surprised to find how ::

! E. R. Watkins of South Bend, Indiana of $ ,600,2, :'O"for work: In behalf of should be a many of our neighbors' had made the same dis- _
''s FOR HALF Good established deg arrived last Saturday for the where each
'e good. and shoe business; Rood loea- winter. I the disabled ex-vervlce man and bisfamily. asked covery-had learned'the value of "health first.
lion: new and up-to-date S6000.to..k. i. This
Will sell stock at Invoice price. and Tho Loyal Women and Daughters appropriation represents taken any Postum comes in two forms! Instant Poetum tins) t
1r J_... 'bulldlnn. Good rush proposition. classes of' the First Christian church I the amount aUolpc! to this work: from ceded-and a mad. Instantly in the cup by the addition of boiling water. ;

....Address. : 49 Main street 44-tfa KI..Imm. .- ': will hold a food arid rummage sale National; K..lquarten only and does have not In Postum Cereal (in packages of larger bulk for tboee who .;!

r, o I in the old Grand Army hall Thursday hot take Into consideration the mil or expressed prefer to. make the drink while the meal Is being prepared)
FOR 8AI.K-OranKo grove. Above. one and Friday. November 17 and moved" made by boiling for 20..mlDa.... Sold by all grocers ..
lions beluK In for
III..nt chapters
| relief
iand.reWllli "mng41. true; 80 acresi" 1 18, when bargains in clothing shoes Mr. Rosen's : .

Park Florida. .- -Kempfer.. 44-tfo Deer dishes, and fine foods will be offered.A of the World War veteran. Its time .the W .
I most enjoyable Hallowe'en party In the chapter that the greater put such a Postum for Health '

4 FOR SALE--Hnlel for small building.hotel. William Good location H.- was given by Mrs I. Turner, nee amount li spent In meeting this obligation I there ;

ti Kempfer. Deer Park Florida. 44-tfc Epple, at her home on Monday afternoon of the Ked Cross, the announcement cation; but "There's a Reason" 3,
1 Hallowe'en decorations called to i
were ,
lOI4 SALE-One set of brown Coney continues as manifested by flg-
he would
furs, trimmed 'With silk fringe profuse both on the porch and .
; tires of the fiscal year 19QO-1921( when
r throughout the rooms: The dining- council-and L
. Applyc 615 Mabbelte6treeGUlek sit': table centrepiece wan a lake, around the total wa" approximately ",OOO,- for one
which t.he 000 of which<< 12,692,094 .representedthe erything.: "
FOR SAL.B-One. good Ford delivery on grass were diminutive ...
truck. Chxap. See me. for price. witches-old-fashioned' witches black disbursement of National Headquarters Councilman
$ Office of Waters. A Carson Grocery cats and dancing goblins, led by Uncle while the remainder was the mission! to j)1)
Company. J. M. Duncan. 41 E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY
asked if he
Sam Rabbit and in the corner chapters' contribution to this field of ( -
' 11- .FOR SALE--All the city lots hou...., two witches guarded the boiling Red Cross. !service. a private deal OLDK1TT AND LAROHBT MBKO HOUSE IN FLORIDA- v;
farms and real estate belonging to cauldron. Nearby fishing ter while he JACKSON VILLfeVFLOHIDA .
was a boy vi.rk
Vast for Disables]
the Waters Carson Grocery ComEny. -
See me particulars J.lT with an admiring maiden by his O'Bryan . SEED POTATOES ;
"for Chief the sub-divisions of
) 41 aide, and on the lake was a flower- among "Are you Rpauldlug .Number 4 Rose. Early Red Dllss Triumph and Irish Cob. :'
the appropriation for work with veterans ment as bIer. -
boat with the
oarsman life
FOR Miller.SALB. Oood. milch cow... J.41-tfo W. easy. Cards and brain-stunts taking filled Is that which concerns Itself continued the : .We are now ready to quote contract prices. for Oet'am".rand January :

in the time till luncheon was servedto with assistance to disabled men and am," was the delivery.Our .... ;
r o FOR 8ALTO-Forty head of storkhoraes In Seed Potatoes are the highest quality. Maine grown selected ,4
the
This
all bred from saddle stallion the score of guests Mrs. HenIrix women government: hospitals. city. eed.v i .. ..1
also fifteen Jacks and Jennet" J.; and Miss Louise Hoppe pouring lien of 1.790.UOO an Increase of more Councilman ) Advise quantity find variety you will want. '
W. Miller. 41-tfc chocolate. At five o'clock each up- than $;i oven the appropriationfor attorney had MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS' 1- J

L FOR 8AL.B-Chautauqua desk; o-date witch departed carrying an the SMiiie work In last year's budget to his Have made good with both the small gardener and farmer and the Aon.
tlcally new. A great help prao'l up-to-date witch as a souvenir. A will provide! those personal services move that a ... who plant thousands of acres .
ti :' child at achool. Price $6. Mrs. small sum was netted for the library for the tlaabled and their families matter, and Plant Your Fall Crops with Martin's Hy-Test Seeds and Insure. Re- e
WKrda. fit Mabbette streft. tfx J
second from aults. .
fund. which are Indispensable to supplementthose ;
FOR SALE For Rent. Furnished The body of Edgar Howard Wainwright provided by the government.The before taking e'j FALL CATALOGUEMartin's d"
; _Room.. and No Trespass. Cards 18al. whose death occurred on dlrex-lyr ot tbe't'ter.n8' Bureau Thompson Fall Sued Catalog Is now ready Write for It. EveryoneInterested
each atTh GasetU ofHoe. .
condition" In Florida Fall and should avail themselvesof
4 -tfJTOR Friday, was shipped on Monday to baa recently expressed his desire that ed that Information contained In our descriptive catalog. Supplied FREE) .
8A1.B1-.On. Vets Btectrio. Wall Grayling, Michigan, for interment, the lied. Cross should continue and taken. no on 'r..qu..t to those who send In their. names promptly. Write for .
after lying in state at Ei elsteln's It today.
.Plats Practically At ,
new. a rea- extend these "humanlclng wrvlcea"Other
.1, .eonabl* prloa. Apply Valley Gay Parlors, where brief services were Items of the appropriation for it was the E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY
the council
nstte 4-tLFOR held. Deceased was born in Milwau- or '-
veterans' relief Increased. 202-206 East Bay Street. ''Pl .. :43771230Rose's :;
'8AL.B-Two boys' suits. 4-year. kee July 2, 1843, and answered the are proportionately cize the acts ; .
An additional sVppropriation
the
old else, velvet on. dark blue on. call volunteers issued by Presi even
dark gr..n Russian atyle, white dent'' Lincoln-enlisting In the Seventh of'N (>O has been made for Red States is ,.- .

collar new. Apply: 101., Main detachable.I .t.N' .4t-tf Wisconsin Light Artillery and Gross work in connection with regular criticized bulkhead him ooo .......OOOO ..OfOOO .to.. .. ... ............ .. ... ',''';' .
erving throughout the war. He had A rin y and Navy hospitals and as ( ) ..;
FOR BALB5.Wooden washing machine long been a sufferer from rheuma- with the regular Army and Nary. er kive any :1" "{

r street! .nearly' sew. .Apply 101,' i aft ism, and in 1912 came to Saint .For -dlsater relief, the Red Crocs have at some ...
Cloud for' -relief. He wan a earpen- has set aside for the current twelve I wished Taxi ServiceAnywhereAnytime.
-
MISCELLANEOUS- 1 tar by trade-and a faithful memberof mnnthd an,_ appropriation *_*_t SMJl.MiIL, that position" .
the Masonic fraternity. He is virtually doubling the appropriationfor with
"I BBCOND HAND GOODS bought, sold bulkhead ,
survived \ j
and repaired. The Casino. ".U by three children; Fred the same purpose for the fiscal. neyship
Wainwright, of Grayling Michigan; year 1\J21921.\ )' tions." are '
WANTED. Mrs.> C. P. Ashcroft of Detroit; and More than 92,000,000 Is provided for The city ,

Miss Edna Wainwright, of Saint service! and assistance to the 3.BOO
:WANTKD--Man with car to sell low. Cloud. signation Day Night
priced Graham tires; SUO per week Red! Cross chapters by the nationalorBDlz.Uoo. nation from ; or ..
with 1 eommlsalons. Graham Tire do his best \
Company: Benton Harbor Michigan. Mexico expects to produce 144,- .
000,000> barrels of oil by the end or Helping Destitute Children threatened At 8:40 With or Without Driver Phone 264,. Park hotel'
this Other Items of' the domestic budget the "
WANTKD--An Bvlnrude motor-mum year.
be In good condition and be mecl- Include $408,1144 for miscellaneous ac cutive session
lum-prlced. Want It now. 0.. H. and resumed
England 14 Orlando avenue, KIs-. J. W. THOMPSON tivitiesIncluding contributions restricted 9:05.: : .
elmmse. :II for special purpose and $768.CIOO ;
for management. Each of these Councilman ...t. to ................ .... .. to ... ........ to to ..... ,
WANTBDHalp should .not be
to work on truck Funeral Director ;
farm;, steady work for right party; Items repre"Mttl'lar&. reductions over attorney still '
or would give: capable man a good similar appropriations of the previous
,.how. to crop on shares. Inquire was ready ALLIGA TOR INN
,evenings at 408. Clyde avenue, year. others spoke .
d 47-tttc LICENSED EMBALMER From a fond of flO.000.000, 3,000- ner, and

wt WANTED-To: borrow .$'.000 for one 000 of which was contributed through understanding Located at Lake Alligator on Hard-Surfaced Road
or two rears at S percent; will give the Kuroiiean: Relief Council campaign the council Just Across The Canal
STllt-edge. Store and Chapel Stewart Ava.KI88IMMEIBL .
security. Inquire at 0.tt. ,,- ,
... office. and $5,000,000 allotted by the ;Red that I am to

,', L. .._ ,_ 47-tfo -. - --FLORIDA---.--,-- -. I' Cross for.: :-child welfare work ta this body COLD DRINKS.' SANDWICHES. GASOLINE AND OILS ;

" "" '- .- ". '. .. .. - __e6AA A.AA aaa. A. ..A. __ _. a.6- Europe, there remains $8,769,108 still term, and ,
BL* - - - - _
I
J available of which It Is. estimatedthat to' withdraw Lunches for Picnic Parties
$0.000,000 will be required for be taken as

r'p this work: during the current year The incident "
4'/l For Red Cross participation In the er business w. Coyle chi Llpyd

YALE[ TIRES joint effort to relieve famine conditions -
In Russia, for final work: In the

China famine for Junior Red Croes Luther

and other overseas activities Includingthe caped convict

closing of the old general relief to death while
program in Europe fU>78,000 is made point some 15
available mont Hours: 9 aa. m. to 12 Noon. Hours: 7 p. m. to 9 p. m.

J ...,
In announcing the national budget, than a year

i the Red Cross makes it clear th.ttbe thorities. He :

1 figure do not Include chapter expenditures where Osceola the, Polk. Kissimmee Business CollegeMERCHANTS :

I or place any cash estimate'on ::
8,000 .Miles fabrics ,ties have
i- t < -; Adjustment on, :- fhe' invaluable service: of volunteers said that he ]

In chapters.CARRYING. -
I corners of the .
AND FARMERS BANK BUILDING
12,000 Miles Adjustment on lords tent had, The. ze
people.
KisiEmmee. Florida
.. hammock, 1

ON open prairie, I
r '' Adjustments Made Here SERVICE FORDISABLED tower was a.

,! :.,1';#<**!.(-' I.. ; VETERANSOF : Orange high. The county. JAMES D. MacCJLASHAN, Princiflal,. MRS. C E. HILTON. il.

THE WORLD WAR. .. that their Commercial Branch Stenography and Typewriting
-
: CLAYTHOMAS' THAT IS COSTING ed.served and the t .

$10.000.000 A YEAR. .
'" AMERICAN Seville. la. Evening Classes Start Monday, October 3,. running on .
THE '

-:.,Stewart. AVWM. Carafe. Plea 22. rissjsmaa" RED CROSS HELPING' which streets.beaming Monday Wednesday, and Friday '" .1 J:

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FULFILL'THISNATIONSOBUGATION Endorsed 4..... . . . . .. ......... ., .. .., ., ., ..... .. ... ., .... ... .. .. .
-' -- : ; -,- '.,' '.-. .- ;
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y desire
to
!r :, Best.Fert&er*I Iisscddaes SvppBet TO ITS-DEFENDERS. "I and Friday night with erbout hint 'View -aki. :
t'rt4xsp" rrsRnlat lion as and the line. from' !
.u' l a..R potHII: ,Fair HELP THE.-REp: I CROSS '' ..
? SUjpsaeat .. :; : people of satisfaction'as trying to sell a obscure spot on the shores of a _u.' ,
': O' Ask Ttwr Nelchborne Knewa ''-"'<"T.;" /, '. :CONTINUE!: THIS WORK: iding In\ the '. of- 'pearlrnountedopera glasses. Will Jake He failed to-find the lake, } .. ..tj

,. : t'a.PAWTER' FERTILIZER !CO,. .'Jack*... .; (Florida rJaUrZOO tBY"ANSWEnING'.THE( ; state,** says ,a'blind man. I thank you.. which we failed to riew.. the sky: line" and wara'
mee Valley t *'brine 'to mind an Invitation. ofthe opinion that
c:. mi Prk" Llrt : gentleman .
N.
,. -v". *. ". fsi.bkiag'"SIMON," : ,PI1RE".a. .l .ANNUAL: ;;" ROLL'; .CALL. : there would :h. certain'individual. who. owed had started ,rwith.th.h00'br: but'ftn-' '. .
i f* MEM BRANDS"'r before be a" : bottle of :shed
NOVEMBER' 11-24 92'; pedectr.good: Mooch It.betoN"tnYitlng" us to. ;ride.

-h \ 't, '- I ..' "",. .-l __ ., .. ._ walked u -mob.! : ...- . tb. city.'i' ',_"!...WII.:.-Area Parktilok, .

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; : aao' CHAMBER OF' COMMERCE NEW'S are, its sporting, page and womanage. *;.rr4 <
> :Tnese-' feature :alone cost

IINSMRAeeoo'ooaooooa' : I (By J.. D.{ Woodbeck_._ Secretary) I PtesidentHardingfj : )I IrNowlfeaas7ietleross' them In all an Flqrida enormous home sum* where'aa,., 'interesting "

The Chamber of Commerce Is in .and complete newspaper 1*
-neuIrworaJetterfrvmthrFloridaDevelopment *J.' .ppNclated. tbe TBT*-,Pally Tinut
THAT,PROTECTS1T7ayir1pETITT: Board' enclosing- report -1 1 1F should have a' place.

on.,.licensingof itinerant ped z The price of a three month's olk.,.. J
..........l. dyers'and solicitors': is a ,number'of.lorida scriptlon.l fWWX: '
cities for-'-+XI..tmmee'r1nformation. _..Orders shool4bi sent teL the..Tarn*
; ( Tiis>list baa been handed pa Tiroes,'Tampa,,Florida ...IIUSE.SLOMrSTO tT
, i the member of the council to use (n
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.... .helping,:form .a"--liit for, Kisslmmee J ea.
I which will be published in The Ga- ,1 Its f1D Y ;

I! LUPPERS' INSUi ANCE AGENCY I zette... Every citizen with should read and -

__.. _....Lt"-.z _.. ,,;. _. ',' !Jaws become therebY familiar.being. able the.to.license notify'

the officer if the solicitor does not .
show a license to conform with ''the tR ,. h uisloH.HendtRe \ _
S the city law. "
I
r......5 1 /rya' ,. A fiction feature "A Trip Through
Florida in which Kissimmee i. in
cluded .In the tour of the state will
be published a magazine issued ;
monthly by the Florida Information : +ti reyero

Bureau. The story ia now being prepared y, ns Nc neb
: by Roacoe Gilmore Scott author
-of the "Man Who Sings and
-one of America's foremost .writers. _
M ore The Tin Can Tourist Register of ( 9 : Send for literature and prior>Htt|'
: free auto camps, published at Plymouth -
Indiana, the official organ of .
the Tin Can Tourist of the World, *

[Eggs' give Kissimmee as one of the ten -- : :: ..
best in Florida the nine others be-
-- .
(SlSuee.edlng )"-"- -- .
/ " 7 ing Bartow DeLand, Fprt Meade former President Wilson, President Harding Was 'recentl)' WARDOFEPAWLITTLE ,
or Ion 'Ba&!, Gainesville Jacksonville Saint Petersburg elected president of the American Red Cress. He Is here seen' accepting the .
Tampa, TitusviUe and West
"iO . Palm Beach.., office. From 'left to right! .. MaJ.'Oen. Merrltte W. Ireland, Surgeon General ache*grow Into bg! palm'
(.1 '" w The Jacksonville: Chamber of Com U. 8. A.; Dr. Livingston Farrand chairman Central Committee of. the Red warded<< by an app ca.
; that the state fair Cross; the President; Aut. Secretary of the Treasury Eliot Wadswerth; .tlon of Sloan'' .a Kheumatism,
merce announce
The Purina\ Systein of Fading 'i aa.oclation.hu&rranged.:: togive free Rear Admiral Edward R. Stltt Surgeon G.neraa.) U. 8. N. neuralgia t stiff joints, lame back won't +
: fia'ht.Jaac agalort-Sloan'a. Llownent .
the ; -
flock of r
DEC space throughout the year in one
faD and the winter.' ,because it $" its buildings to display Florida products Liniment.For more.has than,helped forty thousand yean. Sloan's,' the A .
which will afford additional -
supplies plenty of. material for the more world 1 over. You won't be an excep
advertising of. resourcesof
J. whites as well aa for yolks., 'This the community represented and of Ii| NOTES-FROM THE HIGH I tlon. It certainly does rosf produce rsbbinp.Cce reunite.ltpendrateswi .

# enables the hen to make complete the state. The South Florida Fair this old
r at also family friend always Aandy .
Tampa contemplates a 'per .. ____
egga of all the yolks that develop B. manent exhibit of that character. ... for.instant.use.. Ask your neighbor",
.4j in her'body. The Chamber 'Commerce warn Nice Prizes Offered! -- .:'At all dniggist-35c,7Cky""I,40-r !
I
all who are solicited to buy wall '
When of to examine the 1. P. Timmons paid a visit to our BELIEVE ADVERTISINGWILL tnnim
a Brain ration i* b maps SI0 B
fed-ere Florldal school I
last his object
not enough protein for whiteMany maps n& payments as' a Monday morning AID ,THE JOBLESS
being to create the pupilsof
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large addition has, been printed bY'one' among '
' yolk that form are not.-laid but are 69 firm in the north which do not ; thehigh school a greater interest An advertising revival as a mean nt I
; eventually absorbed back into the show' Union county which some in civic work. With this end in view toward business improvement that :
t C fatsMcreEggs he generously offered of five would solve the unemployment problem
eystem, a* agents are trying to- work off a* up a price
to date in every respect, dollars to the high school pupil was suggested by William ,H.
Guarantee Although there are not as many -writing the best essay on "The Advantages Rankin of New York: and' Chicago
tourists located in, Klssiramee .* of Good Roads;" also another In a letter to Secretary of' Labor '
: '.Purina' Chows.. .when fed there were at this time ,last year prize of five dollars to the pupil Davis of PresidentHarding'*'unemployment
,'.-., py many more' inquiries are being received :writing the best, essay on "Modern conference, made public In VUl ANllr G'
according
i to .directions, .are than last year and we are :Methods of Farming," second prize the Washington Post I
A. guaranteed to make hens lay pleased to announce that many more 'of two dollars and a half to be given Mr., Rankin proposed the initiationof
",' more eggs than any other feed. tlsasluot rooms and apartment have been I provided that fifty percent'of all the a buying movement through advertising -
i or the money paid for Purina '. made ready and listed at the Chamber 'nigh school pupils enter the contest. that will stimulate the
Chows will Be refunded. of Commerce. than were last For' the' best specimen of pfnman- whole business fabric of the nation
ear and 'that the conference '
.f ship from the grammar' grades Mr. suggested
., Sold in Checkerboard .year.'One week from tonight' will be held Timmons offered, a prize'of two dollars .. call 'upon men familiar with advertising : : IIKSIH-TNlSIfflm! :
the regular meeting. and a'half, ana for second best and its possibilities to develop I '
Bags OnlyKISSIMMEE one dollar. He has given the pupils this. suggestion. ,RETREIDINa.fIRS10NE,1UBE3' .
,SLIPPED FROM HOME until the first of December to com Mr. Rankin pointed out the vast

L WHOLESALE GROCERY ,COMPANY, Distributors ''I TO VIEW WEST COAST plete being'shown their essays.by the Great pupils interestis of .the period result by obtained axfverising throughout campaigns the war directed : [ ''I ND D ,1115;+ ""

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA The innate desire to see all the high school. Both subjects are brIng toward solving the problems ; ,
n world and more, too, whichso frequently taken up by most of the pupil of which confronted the government '
Y I afflict young lads, struck the English classes Our principal, and said: 'MNHBLISLETALFORD
.. ,;a.t; with much emphatic force in this Mr._-Shaver, will appoint or select the. "I believe advertising can help just ..
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: a* much nowIn.thl.. unemployment ;: :--; )
I city last week when two mothers judges ofthis contest and each pu.pit :
Vt Vt !were alarmed almost to severe illness of the high school feels sure that problem a* it did in any of the campaigns 1:: .IJT
and two fathers .wondered if be; or she will be the fortunate Individual : exploited during the war,and ,
they would have to split "fiftyfifty"if who will win one or both of that 1* particularly true in regard to > BHOADWAT.New
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, ,, :Your .state of health largely anything happened to the car in these prizes. The school is grate the matter of price reduction."I \ -
.which the escapade was made. ful to Mr. Timmons. his interest. happen to know that the con-
<>*> cern that-led theway.ln'price, seduction
It was solemn midnight last Friday -
depends upon the food you eat when' William son of Rev. and The Junior Play are today six month aheadof I
t ivw Mrs. W. H. McLeod and Clyde son those who have not, and I also i Tish'Marfcct.'
"'. .. of Mr. and Mts. W. B. Harris, silently -I. Listen, folks! Have you heard know that price reduction ha stimulated I .. t ;.
i. No one.Who is physically ailing in anyway rolled the preacher's Ford from about it? "What you ask. Why buying and that advertising is I
can afford to take chances with the food he'"eats. the garage to a distance where the Junior that's to be presented by the the only:way to let the people know i
starter would not awaken the Class! The play is "All-of-a- where they can now buy goods .at' '
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For family FRESH :.. SALT WATER flSH
the selection of food and
upon, your. upon -t-and meandered merrily in quest of Sudden-Peggy" which will the given prewar price* and; on a basis where .
J. ha perfect digestion and a assimilation largely' depends adventure. ,''It: ..was about breakfast 'sometime in December. The plot of the long margin of profit, baa been OYSTERS -,SHRIMP" CRABS
your state of health time' 'Satutda 'when the car wa the'play is one that:will held your cut down to a fair margin. ") r
ction mlsse'3-lahd tl eta the"matter of Io; 'Interest from beginning -to end and. "I believe,advertising may be used Supplies received daily and,(only
The moat important thing in conn with not only to convince, the public that
eating the two lad reported "mlss- i* oaf that will appeal to everybody.It .
the digestibility of any cereal food is the way it. ingTat.rollcall" began. As each had will be given for .the- purpose of; they should bay product that are the best stock' will bet handled

&iiJieW Is prepared-and the length of time it is cooked Written a note to their respective securing foods for the Junior-Senior 1 now being advertised at a fair price, .}
or baked. parent* that they were"going north"it .enVartainaaent.",. next (springThe but can also be used t*> convince. the FISH. DRESSED AND DELIVERED :' y
manufacturers that'., should not
was self-evident they went south. members of the Junior class are they ATV,YOUR HOME:
bra .NI.1tt hard at work it and by only reduce their prices, but use ad ' ,
; the rich cereal food made from Early Sunday morning the fathers upon now, . .
borrowed another Ford and went Inquest the way they progressing they nrtIaiIlW'apace' to let the. public .... .
Whole wheat flour'and malted barley is probably know that now:'lav:" the time to bay." Mallet,'per. pelrl ,., a.j''
of the adventurers quest .will have worthwhile entertara-- .. . '-.: :J .. a. ... '
baked longer than any other cereal food. two. The sleuths ment to offer the public within a
number amateur ,
The Classified Cotpma of Hi I : '
A large 'part of the starch of the wheat, ar/d/ Ih actuality, desired;ito see the havoc f.j "week*: (Each: mjamber of the Gazette gtv splendid service.! ' .. ;:: ;QUALIl'Y'MAlKfJ
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wrought by last; week's storm-and east I* peculiarly'! suited to his part. aY.
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ft* barley ia changed into dextrin arid grape-sugar in this was an admirable' excuse for-a The cast is taken. wholly from the Pi .- moki_ I* increasing in popularity 'r."a'GuB. , '
preparing Grape-Nuts. This is one reason why day' outing. They visited. Saint Pe- Junior tlas. among. women.. T 14' Broadway, -Phoa 131
Grapp Nut. .ia BO easily digested by even' the tersburg and Clearwater and became '

-- .., most delicate: people. ... to engrossed in what they viewed NO RATES,ADVERTISED TAMPA TIMES IS
that'.veraltimeai0the7.fOl'pFthetl' BY' ATLANTICCOASTLINEJacksonville SPENDING 4QNET (
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.Grape-Nuts is wheat and barley so processed real mission. "They had a. fine trip : ,:, '.
ui to make it and appetizing J even'young --and arrived. EJsaimsaee on Monday November 8.-AllraUsJines In newspaper circles there' 1* much Her U Ih.. :IIeJ Meet:Weeaea NeeelaiSsMTiaMlaiLaV '
delicious even1n1'-Oftty '*,o -nd, that the in Floridi'ha.e'authorized comment ,on the way that the'Tam ...
" children
thri and grow strong and .rosy. boys had.batty them to it. Both round-trip' rate on the basis of.one pa DailyTime* arpends. money fornews' '"- , :
.Fa' Go to your grocer today and get a- package: lads were in'the city. Sunday evening and one-half of toe' one-way fares, and feature It Is' the only Oo ,' -I:
t. cereal at -o'clock seen the account-of the Florida state fair and Florida dally that print the famous 'was awfully ruadowtensad nervuszo
.. of Grape-Nuts.: ,Eat it as a with milk or world and the Ford stood David Lawrence letter In additionto
. < patiently exposition which will be staged la ; ,,feminine trouble and'mjommended ;
cream, or make it into a delicious pudding. It in front of the preacher house-the Jacksonville frost 'November 12 to .the Associated Press,'the Time i* Dr.. Pieroe'."' __uwlt.. '
will.be enjoyed and relished by every'Inesnbert boy haying cleverly avoided meet .19. Tbia announcement has been building up a I highly. expensive-special aeriptfcik told me that .to wee; tJM
t, of the'aIni1y 1. Iri. the ..."ben. I\,., 'made tnr O. Zt Phillips, of tie' Seaboard :news and feature -arvia'in.It. medicine .011 tile --W' faIo" 'w.meak
1 Precisely, what' Occurred when I Air Lfoe, and chairman of effort publish au newspaper' that Wbether k II thebe.ta au:11.: ill the. .
-- i there wa* E'8Dera1"rO'Dndup..*not I transportation of the,fair. will .be, interesting, to every. member best J"ba" foedd; "fee Y lftrbetMee11II8
.Grape-Nuits.- the :Body Builder"Therei y bent',made'public-peecibly. the fact The.tfekete will apply! -frolll 'all of the.family, in hones aU'. over helped weed ullY sadn 'som" 1V.e-
., will be hanged T lathe closets where* point In Florida and will be on sale Florida -,.-,* >, : tog Ha-use I wa* eared r. -|"ssKdkbrord ,.
r: Reason" : BeaLIe. the,:Times .membership.', in lSaOBanklkk" &.. 'e/T
.. a ., all family,skeleton are suspended: from ,November 11 to 18 Inclusive. t < FsvorltelVe-
The of
4' Dr. Pieree's
ass
', ',"-,'"'" '.... ,. j..- ..441 '-', .,. ', \n', ... '., I i If bowels/to'not fact.. regular: by This-the rate railroad Is ,the in'moat a number liberal or offered veers,' ther,,Newspaper-which Is known Enterprise a. one Association of.,the 'seripticm'make women. happy by'fcoak-
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1 1OACtjt'1ANTM1TAbS1' you* dtfcoinfortable, and the and 'Ia' destined to materially in., most.complete..". and.feature-syn: '
.. : longer 'this condition exist ,the its in the South owe their H-1
... .. ereasewthe.-tmimber "of ''Visitor to dicta 'In the country it { day to this famon ,
worse yoaUeaL! : 'end to"the obtainable.
put an Jacksonville' for the. 'It anwssrt fall reader;the best conic draK send 10
mlaerjr. take ,Harbin"It purifies.the show ''.._ '". | including -Mott and Jeff," VBringingup : 'Dr.PiPisee.InvaOidV store or Hotel btN.Yforatrialpkg. E
I bowels *pst r**..euaexgy and .cheer' .- ,Father,"and' Doing of the \n. ,
ARC wi.Ifa.p ta. Price;'IOc.+ Bold by 3.',ZRoberson. ',..Ia"-...oIl&'IJd.-.U' 'Chritianrnames. Doff. *."' "- '-' '* ,-:;' ltyow eeaftdeatiat car dicsl advice* *v

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; Flo >DA'thIthRIEa "'" Sometimes:i"i':think that"the1; t'ni'nt' ; / ': 'fin: shim! R
A4'I1IAVV.I : BURDfNA : / tosuit 'allconditlonswfU: be a.wonder ed ouiaome"pilghty' s-
,............ ,of the: lid,"who "saidtWe're 'little '
tbera whylthepresent
, ]I: THE WATCHER I Contracts have been :awarded tie. l The old.country schoolhouse -j and ia.no reason
: Bad Back Makes Life. Miserable Carmen 'for the factory studying lots '0' staff that 'aint no where sixty! pupils drank out educational institutions thouML
Company '
For Many KluJm.... People' at' Saraso'a tot new rood" was hewing close to the .n.." of the ,same old' rusty dipper, and not turn out. better ones:. but_d.
-. the Saraeot College professors hare ,told'''the' where labored hard to they? "
A"bad back is a> heavy burden.A Fruit It is I every. 'pupil I
Company
By' turning to the file of Th. Ga burden at night when.' bedtime have it completed by the first planned ol the to same thing' In different words; and be the one delegated to- wind up the This is something over which many* '
sette It will be seen that ,on July 29 comes.- > the man who' fan arrange mutters lock every Friday afternoon; turn- ponder. '
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year. .
for morn1n ,. ,
out --
strong --
The Watcher came Just as bothersome ,in, the Plans are being formulated ft '
a the establishment of a bird sancta r. .
the of clubhouse
building Dade
a at
arT and suggested that the whole! Ever try Do JIa' Kidney, Pills for City by the American Lf- IQI.
t' city be Included In the protectedarea. it? _. have been taken for .
Steps
I rejoice that bur councilmen Know they are for backache a new church for Lakeland In* building Dixieland ; FAI
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the matter in th., same and for
have 'seen -- other kidney ills?
at cost of Thd huIH
c a 20000.
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light and that the birds and squlr If you don't some Kls.lmmee'peo-
ingcommittee .)|ias already been
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rels have become part of our home ple do.T - r "
named and will
get busy at .
folks As at ,present understood the Read a-case 'of. It. .1 once.
The A. W. Smith sawmill
near FLOP I DAv
law is- made to protect son? birds M: Cosner, retired farmer 609 will double its
plant City capacity.
destruction and that raises the Mabbette .
from ; street,> Kisalmmee says: O. 3.4 Ellis has been awarded the ASSET/
question as < to what'con.tltutes. a "I feel justified in giving{ my recommendation contract. for.the laying off and grading -
: song bird? for Doan's Kidney Pills .t
The Watcher'' takes the daring for I know they are just as streets at Venice. . AGRICULTURE
The, corner stone for the new $75,- ive STC
stand that the buzzard does not belong sented. I used them for kidney 000 school .'ie
to that class. He is a fine look complaint and backache and have building for Quincy wall ) '
laid i iOF
r Inn. bird as he fails aloft in the deep been greatly benefited by thelI, Daytona Monday.is going after the music SEVEN RED-LETTER DAYS,
blue but he won't sing. He'U.It.on this "
sky, am glad to give endorsement,
the WuSetop and pick his toenails Over proposition for the comIng. winter. .. '
seven years later MV. Cos- Already $5 000 Is available.Practicady PLEASURE .AND PROFIT
by the hour and .be as. mum a. ner said: "I am just as firm in my ;
all available has
an oy.ter. At the same time the belief of Doan's Kidney Pills now-as been taken in the industrial space show SATURDAY. Nov. 12thOpening Day WrEIMTESDAY I Ctb-Governor's .
mockingbird and meadow lark are when I endorsed them before. They :Press DaT, ,
at the state' fair which will and'P;
bubbling over with joy and nearly gave me absolute relief at that -time building at' Jacksonville next Saturday. MONDAY.. Nov. i4Oi-Children's Day.' TmTKSMAY Nov ITth-All Florida ] ( .......
.splitting .their voices with melody. and I continue to recommend them." open Vero welcomes the establishmen; TUESDAY NOT IBth-Shrine Day. PKIDAY. NOT 18th-Kiwanls Day. .
The dove will coo and the jackdaw _. ... '
vi. n I sun d ry for t h air city, Alt Willbe on. SATURDAY. Nov. 19th-Auto Races.
and butcher bird nas 10;
say; but the unholy buzzard someunnir will sit! MUCH. BELATED REPORT in operation within thirty days.A The nfth Florida State Fair and Exposition, at Jacksonville much enlarged
in the sunshine.; enjoy the scenery: OF AGRICULTURAL AGENT lot of developments are' being and Improved ranks with the. greatest fairs in. the South. The state and fed,

j--.;. fffui_ttfttitti..darned yip_...tfl_1C made for Melbourne Beach in the eral governments-are-participaling-extensively-. .many-.rair-attractlona,. of '. J
- folks know that he likes it I really During the month of September ways grading' ,.andolher more than usual merit have.been provided for your interest and entertainment. j T .'
; don't dare to tell my honest opinionof much of my time was devoted to the improvements.The V
a buzzard for fear that the con progress of the Osceola Growers' new ice plant recently Ids tall- 1.
it the Co-operative Association organized ed at Melbourne has started opera-
,I nor would delete before letting
its northern last May. tion. It will turn out'ten tons-daily. (
Valley Gazette "go to
t; The association has made wonderful
subscribers. "
i I When the singing of birds is mentioned progress in these few'months, The Ilrat', city to attain the population FLORIDA STATE FAIR
people usually thnik of the< with a total enrollment of 112 members of 1,000,000 is believed to have

mockingbird, bobolink thrush. and most of them growers who are been Babylon,
such; but for real soulful song give in for making Osceola county a banner ---

me the ecstatic cackle of the dear truck-growing section.1 These Is Champion House Cleaner"Your f
old hen. Jhere's no other sound in members realize we have the right I JACKSONVILLE' NDV.I2-I9 I 1921 |

the world just like It and there's no kind of soil for growing good crops, medicine is certainly the, 1
creature with legs or feathers that and with a little effort expect to get greatest cleaner I ever saw. I never
y? can do more than make a poor imitation results. Shipments of eggplant and thought such stuff could be in a human -I '
R, of it. Oh, I've heard humans peppers; began to move to northern being. I am feeling ten'years Auto Races AUTO POLO Horse Races'Th -'I.. .
try but they only succeed in making markets about the middle of Octo- since taking the course of; I
younger world's greatest sensation. Auto Polo h as been secured as the premier amusement 1
ber. I made a' of the
people laugh at the weakness of canvas county Mar Wonderful Remedy and am
attraction every afternoon and night exciting: horse and automobile races, thrilling ,
? their efforts. The most joyful song and find that at the present time we telling everybody it is the champion
) tree acts, athletic contests and many' other forme of amusement and entertainment will
of the hen tfffually occurs just after' have around 60 acres of eggplantsand" !! house cleaner. My bloating in stom- be of absorbing Interest.
she has done a good deed for which 16 acres of pepper. ach and pains all gone and I can
we'll.have. to pay sixty cents a dozen Besides laboring on. the association eat anything." It is a simple harmless VARIED Enlarged exhibits of all the ae.The truckanJ tractor display TRUCKS

i for next Thanksgiving. The rooster work a number of groves have preparation that removes the INDUSlivities summed up under this is representative of the best TRACTORS ..
is another songster scarcely less been inspected and the grower advised catarrhal] mucus from the intestinal TRIES classification. of thete machines. Ma- -FARM '
e ., tuneful than oM biddy his m te. He to make his clean-up spray for tract and allays the inflammation types
sometimes called chanticleer and whitefly and scales.Twentyseven which causes practically all stomach, LIVE Florida's rapid development in chinery displays, cover practiMACHIN.; .
this name is from the French chant head of hogs inocu- liver and intestinal ailments Includ- the 'live stock industry is tally all agricultural equipment ERYFlorida's
* r --to sing, and cleer which means lated against hog cholera and at ing appendicitis. One dose will convince STOCK
c? clear in English the whole meaning present time, with .good results. All or money refunded. J. Z. Rob- INDUSTRY graphically shown in the pens ,
J,4-, singing clear or clear singer. There's pure bred herds as well as good erson and druggists everywhere.In of fine stock. State University in a 1
nothing. like a dictionary to explain trade hogs should be inoculated for POULTRY : special building displays its reFanciers !
,f.; things 1 When old biddy has laid an hog cholera. Then the farmer has Japan the women raise silk of FJo.Jd other markable development and
voice in his insured until worms and feed them. AND PET Mates feature' extensive exhib-
egg and lifts her song over hogs practically represents the advantages 01,- UNIVER-
the event, then the rooster lets loose butchering time. STOCK its of fine poultry, pet stock lamed from its in SITY OF I j
the The first week of I at- courses en-
hi. hallelujah chorus as though September .
bbits.
principal praise belongs to him. lie tended the county agents annual [ A Little Thornsermon 1 10YS' AND etc. gineering. etc., and its value to FLORIDA "

is very manlike. I meeting in Gainesville, at the State GIRLS' Florida Boy and Girls' dubs the stale in its research and exIBIT ,

} Having established the fact that University. Many important mat- I Text "We're lots 0'I CLUB ef all kinds have exhibits of perimental work and other de-/ I. 7
our barnyard 'fowls are birds of song ters were taken up, such as citrus : sting wonc educational' value. *
,::), I'm worried about how the bird.sane diseases and insects, with treatment stuff that aint no partments.. ,
tuary law is going to apply. We fertilization, cultivation, and the Sometimes I think those words ut- Fr farther lmf.r.al.. .Mr MB.
this kill metbod.. different tered by a lad with whom I was K. HanAFUURDIC..eeret.rr; ..* General M........ .
forbidden law to pf preparing .
j-, 2 are by any spray all Ujml-VmrUmrr; 'BUf JarkwwvUIr.., Fin.gpeciel '..
talking are mighty true.
limits of' Kis materials and their State
bird within the use. nur-
song
Low Fans and Liberal Htop-OTer Privilege Are Allowed All Mnes.
There days in the on
were long
simmee, but how about the days sery inspection laws were given much ago
when we want chicken for dinner attention and stress laid on the Im- when a country 'school furnished the '
''M. Must we take our axe and go out of portance of having all plants Inspected education for the'men who later :
the city's limits! when we want to and disinfected! before moving later proved their worth -> for' the I 't
' separate the chicken's intellectual from one place to another. If: women who later became well knownin

"* faculties from the rest of the bird T you wish to move any plants, play history.
.-:(,- safe and notify your ceunty agent There were no grades-and no one
Rubbed into the akin for rlmumatiam. who will see to moving the same for knew the diff 'between a semester and I '
neuralgia contracted muscles\ you. If plants'* are moved withoutthe a semicircle. The schools opened each
t sprains or lameness BallarcTs' :Snow: I proper inspection tag thereon the morning with the reading of a few ASSET t t> ", 'I
Liniment goes right through tIe flesh' party moving the plant la subject to verses of scripture the teacher J
to the bone easing pain and remov. a heavy fine. This is important so reading one versa and the pupils .' vC4'SON ,:
+ Ins: the cause. It,is a powerf\ pain govern yourself accordingly. Other reading in 'concert the next. Then *UTOIIOTIVES bnivmnolet

relief. Three sizes; SOc, 60c ,and subjects as poultry, bees, club work came the Lord's Prayer : the only
$1.20 per bottle. Sold by J. Z. Roberon. and Jive stock were given due at:. one authorized by scripture. It cov- .-.. I IYou'll
.1 .. C.at tention. ered then, as it covers now, all the
Tabulated September. Report points. .here is need of none other;

A MOST USEFUL RECIPEA Number of demonstrators ....._29( Did you ever consider how much
Visits to demonstratorsNumber '. ...... '78' time is spent in learning things in
splendid guava 'Is made of corn.club boya-j.- ._.; 2 the present days of schooling which .. ..
by taking 2 cups guava pulp 1"cupsugar Visits to corn club boys.....__._ ,,2 will be of no benefit In after years?
raisins lr
11 orange, 1-2 cup and Number of poultry club boys._ 2 Some may-say that "too much. edu- ..
t 1-2 cup chopped nuts. Put guavas Number of pig club boys...__._ 4 cation cannot be secured." That Is
and orange through food chopper,add Visits to pig club boys_____-___ 6 absolutely true if the education is of .:
raisins, and sugar and cook to 222 Number of potato club boys 4 the right sort. If the pupil intendsto i
Fahr. Add huts two minutes before Farmers met in traveling __-_-.-__ 12 follow up the courses taken until
product. finishes cooking. Put in Bulletins and circulars distributed 29 he is a, scholar and then assumesto 1.

sterilised jars seal and process two Letters written _____ _________ 66 become a specialist in some special '"
.minutes Articles for papers ____n____:_ 31 studies-there is every incentivefor
Raw guavai washed and seeded Hogs inoculated _______.__..-__ 27 the careful study in all depart-
a 'may be used as the basis, or the gua'as'may formers meetings held ___.:____ 2 ments. Bdt such conditions do not

be peeled and steamed be- Miles travelled. .______________784 often prevail. .
fl '1'fore putting through food chofpeJ *. LEO, H. WILSON, What I'm driving at Is that a pu-
Osceola! County Agent. pil throughout the grades-some
thing not in vogue some years ago-
i County papers please copy.
should make a study of things whichhe : -

Rusty nail wounds, festering sores, desires in the years to come 'to ,/
f.. t.-cI- burns and scalds heal rapidly when : make his hobby-if the word "hob '
liquid Borozone i iq applied. It is by" may be used in this sense. I'd -- -

both antiseptic and heaU1; ,!'. Price far rather that a girl would know
SOc, COc, and $1.20. Sold l Icy J. '.. U..b-I how to darn her socks make a good \
erson. button-hole able to make some of
her own clothes and know how to ..
4 GAINING GOOD PUBLICITYFOR sew on a patch so that it wouldn'tbe

KISSIMMEE PECANSThe so durned prominent than to be .
able to tell me the weight of a left-
Dorit cough Kissimmee. Valley Gazette handed hypothenuse of a barbaric .

tells of having examined pecans from right-angled triangle; yes I sure get somewhere .
v TIlE violent 1)IO-tysms of coughing a grove that KIssimmee would. .
en.allowed
;..a.: SOOM e.. ,/ Dr. King's New and to run A pupil will nowadays gothroughthe .
e PJscov**" Fifty years a standard down because general interest was whole campaign of school and
a T .remedy/tor colds.& Children like it. not manifested |In the raising of pecans -. secure thereby; a smattering of with a pipe and P. AJ .
No harmful drugs. -1 druggists, 60c. for the market: The Gazette i French or gaIn sufficient Greek to .
says the pecans brought to them enable him to translate .one of the .
'r I D hind'sNew. were of excellent quality, and the twenty-four books of Homer's Iliad. Start fresh all r
over again at the I Get
beginning a
wonder is that anyone would abandon Why should a boy be anxious to
.or eglect a pecan grove no learn about the stuff that Pisistratna pipe!-and forget every smoke experience you ever had
"i Discovery matted what other people intent, or arranged and /laid the blame on Homer that spilled the beans I For
;'* )For Colds and Coughs might not do. Pecans are selling in when he don't know that a col- a jimmy pipe, packed
*' the markets of Jacksonville and elsewhere lar of a horse In harnessing him has =:1.-: Alfer* to brimful with Prince Albert; will trim any degree of

Make Dowele'.Normal. Nature's at from 60c to 90c a pound to be put on upside down and then w Ii. : smokejoy you ever registered I It's a revelation I .
turned over-provided he intends J
and the to .
demand for them
way Is th. :e.ag of-Dr. King's PillsT.1"1" seems never ..;j i .
r and frmlyregudatingtheboweb, to fail or'even slacken. The Gazette take up agriculture? .Why should a :
y .tTMimnating the Intestine clogging talking of the possibilities of girl waste several years of her young ,, Put a pin in here I Prince Albert can't bife your

"Waste."At aD tm++* ts,-2Scb ; raising -pecans successfully In that life in learning to decline I "i?:://.r...' tongue or parch your.throat. Both are cut out by'our :.. ,r,
when the chances that after dad .
sect1.ori.11 that; "these samples are ti ;
> ])EKrn SVOKTT OIUPK hew beyond successful contradiction has grown grey in saving ..ufficientmoney' exclusive patented process. So> just pass up any old

w 1xn 's Pnig> that.the production of pecans In Kis.immee to have her graduate .he'll Idea you may have stored away that you can't smoke '
t 'f and the contiguous "take up" with some who doesn'tknow .
country yap .
pipe I We tell that
could be made a profitable crop. whether pneumonia commences you you can-and just have the time.

Hundreds of instances in this state with a "&'" or' an "n"-- and com- of your life on every fire-up-if you play Prince! Albert '
have shown that a grove of pecan mence to work' on a kindergarten ' for "+
OIw trees ;requires but little attention-* system-when she doesn't -even know packing!
4 r O ave for the first three years; and which side of an eglr'the fry is on? e

from that time on the crop increases Uh-huh, tell me that, will )'ou' What P. A.hands you in a pipe it will duplicate in a *
each year until there is a considerle The truth .is that too many pupils home-made cigarette!' .
1 le Income from each tree. There IsIwaysa !are over-educated in wrong lines. Gee-but you'll have a lot of

demand for the crop." ,The ;The people? spendvast sums In 'cram' fun rolling 'em with Prince Albert; and, it's. a cinch
der Fir MnrrlerrrrbbaLa newspaper Is urging a greater attention ming -chaldren -with stuff that will because. A. is crimp cut and "
to this- very' profitable undertaking prove .useless. I have talked with stays put! -
;, -:-thearrowing of pecans for many with college tu.. :
'--' the market. It declares that Klsslmmee ton who admitted at the first Jump

,, litUtl Ctb *should have a thousand acres in hat" something,,was radically wrong

w4utr pecan trees, and feels sure that theYerould with the.' 'system"-but,they had no R1NCE AL8ERT' :
remed forit.. : frank -in ;- i.- _
I' be demand for all that could They were : ; : :

be raised onf that acreage.- JacksonTille acknowledging. .that."sometime", Z l"
here would be tr-cbang.-but bow I .
or I "
?Times-ynlon. .
--T. '.. lthe / .
., u.8rbrerbe. :. i whin_ such a' -.cbaaRe' was to bebrooghtabont .." .. I. .
for The Yafley Gazette .'theycould'not ". '; ." ,,. ..".", .... t .. national joy 'smoke' . '
;' say. - y.... q
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: I DR. -B.' L-, W1LKERSONDB7WTAJL ::1' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS II III A tells me, all these thing ,

_UIUIIIION and more; fairly and impartially .

without fear or an effort ,to carry .. .....
Lociltsd In office formerly ocoupled JOTICW op APPLIGATIOIV FORE'east quarter (NE<4)i the South two- favor. It serves as a telescope for
by Dr. J. W. Simpson. I I.UAVKI TO SELL' STmoRaewrt ....ND I IJ thirds (B.lof the West-half (W\U me to tee the things of the .world
OfHc Ii ur. ': *J.0.to It; Ii09 to 8:00T :. J I of the Southeast quarter (8J1&> of '
searching them out and magnifying'them
\ '1't I. C .r C .> ; i Tax Notice
-.ty Judge Stat *f the Southeast Quarter (8B!>H) all '
e *>l*.hair*. .. t {I vie.ri...-ometa,OMB!?. Seetloa' Nine (I) Township .L.Twenty* for"my untrained 'eye and busy .
:.. flv* (|t) ,South of Jiang. Thirty (Ie) brain and hands. When I aee my
In r* Estateof Evelyn Ashton. Minor .
fUt.
home town 'coming down' the .
\ whom AUK at Sixty paper I
'iNmaYaconaetnibthatvDr.1.aC. : Bearlnnlna' a point ..
.. Kels- ('0) Tards West of the Northeast lane or up the walk, I know it baa ---
line, as Guardian oC. Evelyn Aahton. corner of the Northwest quarter something interesting for me, 'and .
minor, will on the 10th day'of (JW14) of- the Southwest quarter when I read What it says I know'' it
Yowell's vember A. D. 1111 the Hon.1 (SWU) of Section, Nine (9)1 In Township NOTICE Is that
orabla T.. 1.. Com..r. fountr ; 'Twenty-five (IS) South of RangeThirty to' be true. hereby given ,the tax
And fOr aald.Count)', .t bla ofnc., In I II.almmee. (SO) East and from thence My: paper 'serves me more 'ways i
., In' sa18 County 'at 11 run North Thirty (10) Degrees East than one. It brings to my door the books of Osceola County 'will
a'clock or .aa of Lake East open Jor.
Dray jSzr Baggage nw w .noon ttereafler.asr t-r- marsjrtn Tohope- of. _
the matler san be heard for author.i 1 : theno'In a Southeasterly- newa-'of -the daythe. .hews, .any
Ity to MIL at publicor. private sale, rection alone said / a point town my county, ray state and tells collection rof1921 i taxes on November
the Interact. ot,Evelyn Aahton. follow due North-of a point ;h"(4 ) rods also of the -world. It sort Out the '. 4
ing-described real estate. In said East of said Northeast- corner of said \
Transfer County, to-wU: .' Northwest" Quarter (NW% )- of Southwest chaff and serves m. pure"grain.. first.x A discount of 2* will be-allowed J I
Lot. 1 and a of. Block tit of 'the, quarter SW4i. ), thence South to It, weeds out the-vii. and the vulgar ....
I Town of St. Cloud. Oaceola County the South line of Lot-Two (t), thence and .gives! roe'only the wholesome -
--9oo-- e Florida.V./ '. !I West alone" said South IIn..to the on all taxes'paId during.the mouth of
Which application will be ba.ed'up. ,point of beginning; containing Seven and the pure.'I It brings me the mar? ,. '
'I' Ion I the petition for sale now .on ale. In. (7) acres, more or lest ket news telling me what to pay for "
Phone 23\ ; said Court I ALSO: Beginning. ,ee"ter of Section the ,necessities 7 life and what to November.. V lit writing about 'taxes always '
tilted October tth A. IX. mi. !I Nine '(*) I running ihenc North . ,
charge for the'things..1 h... to eelL
1". C. KKISLINd. 'about Three Hundred and Thirty *
4t ouardlan.NOTICH . (110)Tar1'ttc.f, : Lake betrlnnlnaand, thence returning My hotnc)}town paper is my dear- give full description and enclose y .
runthence est companionsittaJkeiemewhea: -
l 1 OK APPLICATION FOR TAX West about Two Hundred and '
T5H..V.. BOYER L. B. ROBERTS DICED Twenty (ISO) Yards, thence North ever I want amusement or need .solace .postage
Notice ta Hereby Given that C. B. about Two Hundred and Twenty or information. ,, .
King purchaaor. Tax 'Certlflcata No. flaO Yards to Lake, thence In an I My home town newspaper I'll subscribe
140 dated the Id day of July A. IX Easterly direction alone the meander ; I, am now ready to-furnlsh estimateson
& Roberts U17. has filed said certificate.'In my line of the said Lake to a point wtusfa \ for and pay. the publisher two n.
Boyer office and ha. made application for the line first In this description'drawnIntersects bucks'without grudge, because I '
tax deed to issue In accordance with., with the meander II n A. of know it the best investment of the these taxes.
la wtlaidcertificateembrace: the ,the containingabout _Twelv __._ .
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following! described property.. situated and a half (11 H) acres ot the Kast year; "whenevenny"neighbor r
'listings In Oareoln. county, ... &:. ,.nd of Lot.Numbered Two (J) In Section raises a howl about the high cost of .C., L. BANDY
We want more a* we' Lot S. Block B LibertyaPark.; Nine (I) Township TwentyfiveX6) newspaper readinff-;-.Ill beat him;on "
for Homes Farms < The Maid land being aa.eaaed at the ( South ot. MILTON (10) East. the bean. r
have Agricultural News Tax Collector.
prospect date Of icauance of said certificate In PLBDOKH, 4341"
Rooming-homes, and Hotels. the name of I. R. Horner. Unless said Special Master In Chancery.
certificate shall be redeemed according KGI.B STEED The Classified Columns of The
Prompt "attention, courteous.treatment < to law tax deed will lame thereon Solicitor. for Complainant ..1lItIN' Gazette give splendid service .
Cln the Slit day of November; A. D.
and Llve and Let Live" prices
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:a TILE cmrurr"COURT.. .(KOUACUjJMTlf. CONTINUED GROWTH OF k .
J. L. OVER8TREHT! ,
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BOYER.<;.ROBERTS_ {:Seal) .---Clerk-Circuit -Cnurtr- CHANCEFIi.: FLORIDA TIMESUNIONIn 1
Oaceola County Florida. ,
118 Broadway KISSIMMEE 45-Bt By a H. Bullock. D. C. :
John Wilson Edwin R. ) -
with its policy of con
W U.oa and 0. A. Lem- ) keeping Who Is Anybody Advertises Their -w'. .fa the ValUy Glwtbs.1
Notice of Sheriff gale. In t'heCounty mono a* Executors of ) stant improvement the Florida. Everybody ,
Court of Osoeola County,. the last will andionta-- ) Times-Union has added to its col- I .
Florida. Rank of- 'Oaceola County, I I ment of Thomas Wlli i umns 'several new which _.- )
plaintiff 1". C. Buttorft. defendant deopaned feature.i I
| We handle all classes (. vs. son
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To P. C. Buttorff and all whom It may' c mp I a I nant.. > are sure to meet the of its
concern: Notice I. hereby given that : ) BILL TO readers. 'Among them is the publication
under and by virtue of a certain ,I va. ) FOIIKC'IXJSW of a complete novel a week
Judgment recovered In the aboveCa.e ) MORTGAGE
Real Estate by said Plaintiff. Bank of Osceola." Arthur E Donegran Pat Iijohneton by such well known authors as Booth NOTICE
County against the said defendant Qua Noyea, ) Tarkington Robert W. ,
1' C. Buttorfr entered on the 18th Klsclmmee Cattle Com- Frank Blighton, Bertha Sheer, .__
day of June, A. D. 1911, In -the sum I panla corporation
of Two hundred sixteen, dollar and and William S. Potter John D. Swain and Frank IL Spearman
Insurance elrhty-two .,centa and under and by Defendant and the series includes a number
Fire virtue of the execution I.sued on said : It appearingfrom the affidavit. ef of novelettes by- Bret Harte,
judgment dated the ltd day of September the Attorney for the complainant In The City Tax Books are now in
A. D. 121. the undersigned' the above-entitled cause that the V de- ,which have never. been released for "
n. sheriff of Osceola, County, Flordla, fondant William B. Potter la a real- newspaper publication. Books by
has .heretofore levied upon and wilt dent of a State County other than I these authors generally sell for $1.60 the hands of the City Clerk and
and Rentals on the rule day In December 121 the State of Florida; that there I I. no ;
vim: the 6th day of December 19X1 person In the Stale of Florida the I each so the reader can readily appreciate -
offer for aale and ...11. between the le- service of subpoena upon whom would the additional value receiv '
.. gal hour of sale, in front of the bind said defendant; that said defendant ed. Tax Collector for Collection ,of
courthouse door In Klsslmmee.' Osce- la over the acre of twenty-one
-000- ola County, Florida to the highest years; and that the residence. of the Good Night Stories by Blanch Silver :
and Lest bidder for ca.h. the Interestof said defendant a. particularly aa is another of the popular new Taxes for 1921. Five Per Cent
the said P. C. Buttorfr In the following known la In the City of Lafayette features. While intended primarily "
.. j described located in State of Indiana.
A Notary Public in our office Oacoola County. property Florida via: The NOW THKWKFORK; you. the said for children, parents also enjoy these :
South half .t the North Kant quarter William 8. Potter, are hereby required ; charming stories and so great is Discount will. be allowed for early '
I of the North West quarter and the to appear to the bill of complaintIn their educational value that in many :
-eDoNelson Houth Kn.t quarter of the North Went the above entitled cause at the office '
''quarter (!, Tow of the Clerk of the above styled of the larger cities the stories are from November
r South Itangeee 29uEast. containing six- Court at ..KI..lmmeFlorida., on the read in the primary grades of school. payments, dating
t Ity acres more or I..... This llth day Hit day of November A. D. 1921. Many :
of October AU.."1'%1. H.-reln-Iall not .under_the penalty prescribed " More-telegraph-and-more -
i L. n. FARMER, by law. or-Sunday. 1 to'midnight-November 30, 1921i -i r
Realty A. Sheriff of Oaceola IT IS FURTHER:! ORDERED that state news la being printed than ever :
44-4t County Florida. till order' be published once a weektor before. The quotations on its market "
four consecutive weeks In Klsalm-
I N O.rl'E TO CRKOITOKfl' mee Valley Gazette a newspaper published page are accurate and up-to-the- "
In 'Osceola County. Florida. minute. Sports are given special at- : .
? Company .!. ('..r< ;> the Vmmmtf: Jmimr OeeevlaCoaaity. WITNESS my hand and official seal tention. Its woman's page is of daily
; state ef Florida of the! above styled Court on this 18th
day of October A. r). "11. service to the housewife. Many illustrations
I In re ISatate of J. K. Hllllard. J. U OVKHSTREBT are published during a
Deceased.To Clerk Circuit Court. week's time visualising new eventsof
4 all Creditor. Legatees, nistrjbu- (Circuit Court Seal) local interest. No Discount After November 30'i i '
From editorial
tee. and aH Persons having Claimsor By 8. H. BULLOCK n. C. an
WE MOVE THE [EARTH! Demand against said Estate: Whlttaker. Hlnes A Whlttaker. standpoint the Times-Union ranks **#
: You and each of you, are hereby with. the foremost of the
On'* Toe"Earth notified 'and ....qulr..<1- to present any Attorneye-tee Complainant. 45-St papers . . ,I
Or Anything Top its editorials
I' claims and demands which you, or -- -- country, being widely II .
either of may have against the quoted.For ..I
YOUR'HOUSEHOLD GOODS estate of 1.0't; Hllllard, deceased, late the,, convenience of its readers J. 'R. GILBERT . y
lot KlMlmmee. Osceola county, Florida Red Cross Trains ", : ,
the Times-Union has secured a most
Or Anything That Can Be Moved to the undersltflied Executriz'ofsaid
L estate within two. year from the up-to-date six-page wall chart S6x- City Tax Collector. '

date hereof. 147 Blind :Vets 28 inches) the first page .bearing a 43-4t ... '
Get our price before having Dated October 14; A. D. 1)Z1. \ .
your EMMA MYRTLE) HILLIARD. map of Florida showing Dixie. Una ---. '
hauling d n.. ,45-8t Executrix.: In Useful Work ion Sarasota, Glades, Highlands, '

'- I. Clreailt Ce rt.. '..... *f Flerida.BevvatMBth Charlotte and Hardee. the new counties '

SJ W.. H. JONES.TRANSFER COMPANY' -.' .Ip f...t,.. J!...(-lal........Clrealt'USr.-..,.. Training designed to tit them for the .-created is'' the by most the complete last< kgislatucerThis. map of .

FHONf gaw7.aiOrlw..10..1. battle of life was taken by 147 blind Florida available.. Census statistics '

.H.rJwr. c.. Harry, Ad.lla B. M.Pa reel Parcell.1. Complainant Defendant, Vs. ed ex-service men at the Red Cross Institute for 1920 add to its attractiveness and M-J <&$J rt'
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"tz thttlfr.I by affldavlt appended to for the Blind near Baltimore, value. The 'remainingpages containa H'i.

.. In the above-atate causethat Md., during th*'fiscal year 1920-1921. map of ,the United States showing
'Parc.ll. the defendant
Adella M.
DR. R. J. DENNING therein named 'la a non-resident of according' to the report of The ,Institute official. automobile roads; a map ..of

the State of Florida, and Is a residentof for that period New Europe giving present boundary i., _
DENTIST Almlra. New York;, that ahe Is It over is- Of this) number, 19 have gone on to lines:: and a splendid m.p'of the .'
the of twenty-one years:
ace .
Over the Postofeee.f therefore ordered that the said nonresident other Institutions In almost every world on Van der Grlnton'a spherical

OrFICB HOURS: > to 11:10. 1:10 te .. defendant be and she Is hereby case to Institutions where those havIng .- projection. It is profusely illustrated
f Residence Phone << required to appear to the bill of and bears a mass data-and statistics
17of8ce complaint filed In said cause on or alght are receiving-advanced edu
Phone 15o ,/ before .lth day of December cation. The blind ex-service men whohave for general references. Call 'P.hon'e
It A. 0..n Ui.t otherwise I the allega'tlons The Times-Union should be in ev
> of said bill will be taken' aaconfessed entered such Institutions are provided ery home in Florida. Its subscription
by said defendant.It with special textbooks in .
,
price ia only 85c month of "
t Is further ordered that this orderbe per
M. TILLER published once a week for four Braille reading which they were $9.00' per year. Every reader, new or
consecutive weeks In The Klavlmmee taught at the Red Cross Institute. old, Bending $9.00 to the Florida
Valley Gazette, pirbllsh- Twelve mep have passed from the Florida Times-Union
In sad County :"dner.p..r Jacksonville, '
.' This <;th day of October 19J1.. institute to successfully carry on some Florida for one year's subscriptionwill .
J. 1. OVERSTREET. occupation or business for which they be mailed, absolutely free of I +

-j--- Realty Bought and sold. (Circuit Court Seal Clerk) Circuit Court. were fitted by special training. A few charge, one of these splendid charts. "__.- ,,,:1.: .
CHKNWY A AKERMAN have withdrawn from tbe Institute be- 46-tf .
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tented. ..
Routes t' J Solicitor. for Complainant. 46-St
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cause of poor phyaleal condition, 14 are '

Tues paid and Title vanE ; '!. The Caart ef The C... y.- Jessie.f receiving further "training on the ..r/

ed for non-retident' ) 5 Oaceelsi Cs>...y. State .! Flerida. Job" and, 87,are still In training. ,

Fire. Life and Accident Insurance. : IN RE ESTATE OF ;'t

, DECEAB CHARLK8' D.AVKHETT._ CARSON Red Cross Plans 1 .A a..

Indemnity Bond ; J-
1' NOTICE) TO CREDITORS I.. :

....... ..... ..... .. ... TO ALL I'ERlONSHAVING CLAIMS $6,000,000 Effort : ... }
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AND DEMANDS AOAINST THE ESTATE \ \ '

O. F. KRIBB8 W. J. 8TBBDKRIBBS DECEASED.-CHARLES LATH AVERETT OF KISSIM-CARSON To Save Children If: ,/ h

A MKB. O8CKOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA: .......
STEEDat \ WHEREAS on the 18th day of May :
A. D. 181 C. A. Carson Jr. as Executor Medical care and clothing for thou-
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Att.r..y KI_.._C_ .....r... Law ett Carson of (lie deceased Estate of filed Iharlee before Aver-mea sands of children In Central and Eastern .J. "So the People May Know"y i

Oaaaral practice !.' all Stat* aa4S written suggestion, on oath together Europe are outlined as the activities 1.DoYouuaC .
u.lted ..... Coarta.Pat with the required schedules tbathe of the American Red Cross In .
believed the estate committed! to :r
x
his charge. to be Indebted to an amount Europe for the current )year says a uumzNVlike ,r. '
Johnston O. P. QARRBT greater than the value thereof and statement on the eve of the Annual The Valley Gazette's deaire ta te t ,'

JOHNSTON, & CARRETTATTORNKYSATYAW .. that THEREFORE said estate, you was and insolvent each of you Roll Call of the organization. These: CatorOil: ? print all the news all the time, but ,;

are hereby notified and required to activities, supplemental! to the feeding unless items are sent .. by phone, -: _"
appear and file before me before the operations of the European Relief card or letter, we cannot hope to ft*. ? ,
1 Otficesr-10, 11 and 12, Osceola Band authenticated tat day of January any, A.claims D. .811 and, duly demands Council<< of which Herbert' Hoofer la then why make themtake' It aIL If yen know of any: Item, ofnewa !

Buildinic.KISSIVfMBa. which you or either of you chairman, are designed to provide the it? Why cling to Tb. Valley Gazette will be very "
have against the said estate. Clad to print ___ ..; .
' FLORIDAP. m'B'A at Klsslmmee I Florida, 'this18th most adequate and balanced relief "the old idea that xnedi- its, < "

..--day- of--H.y.-'- A.'Tr D.J. 1921.c .coMER-. .wlthlfl_rte. .resources: ,_of! .->>private ..phi a . _ CIab8oclety, _todc.. Cbardaer'n: ___:..__>' "-.J. _
As Judge of the County lanthropy. cine must beTunpIeasant School stoical people going away 'or nu

.' A. VANS ACNEW, Judge's Count.orlda..S4..11 Court Oaceola Through the establishment' child in order to be good? coming back aaarriafes. deaths'' orbirths t.

.. welfare stations In the centers of population Jtema concernhig visitors ( .
t ATTORNEY-AT-LAW of those'countries where adequate baildlng operationa, real estate'deals, V ;

OFFICES/ / O'"IO Of MA8TKR-") SALE I medical care Is not now obtainable ' :Dr. Miles' neighbors moving la or 'oiag out, and
U fact anything that will make The '
Winter Park FloridapATjKETv ;
the American Red Cross :
her..blKlven that under planste
Notice la
Valley Gazette more intereetiag to IU
and by virtue of a certain 'Final D.- provide the medical assistance needed Laxative Tablets .
reader.
day 'i <
the JMlh
ere In Chancery, dated children
to restore then to
a normally r
entered In the caaa
of October, 19(0.
V of Sarah A- Cohoon. complainan versus healthy life. The.SOlD of $((1- The Valley Gaxette'a. ..lot "So ::
: d H., Funk and Maude M. Punk/ I 000,000 has been made available for TASTE LIKE CANDY the People May Know,.,, aad to that ,'
Irf the
a V. .C ty Circuit his wife Court respondents of the ITth. pending,Judicial Circuit !I tnta'worst. A_ _. .. ACT LIKE MAGIC ''end we ak "'>Our ..-lpenu... '.
of th* State of Florida in and :

; ,. w'1i for. the Osoeola vrdersls-ned.County, un Special Mater I'I'J. MY. HOME TOWN PAPER; rThe. best authoritiestsaytt ,. '.help ls boosiklssimu i"; r rI ,

Monday the 8th BEST-PAPER FOR ME
In will on
this art I JIIE' .. "
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: day of December, A. D. lilt daring -' tthat their'j main J 3 .. ... < 'i .

,.the door legal of the hours Court-of.House sale,'at In; the..ClAim;frost I' ./) /, notnetown 'papei' "! {liHhe >)(ertpaper '::client "accelerate theYperiaialaU r ,. j, '<. T. '. .

i. : : ; me-Osceola CountyFlorida.: offer" 'I for;'me.,'It'ttllk: me what ajrnefghbors .."1"' ':. :s .
eKMeat'and.leaN: for eaJ.............. c .at----pabll ;t'i; = \ : for cash In hand t. ..tba' highest bid.,, '" . .. ', "J' :; 1 VVU
tractor .and "a .
: 'or .
.. d.r* tb* following described property: boughti : Jersey .wiry as, castor oil. ., 1't.. 'T <,1'
, ", .r.Io ... \\sltuat: Jfl,Osoeola.CountyFIorida, : ,toir ; that J Parson 'Jonea needs :a'new< tinbuggy. ..- .. I w ,#. ..... '!If
;" y eget \. Mlt piw'.k'ortheast'quarterJNIBU- t4of .'" Jt'teDi "m&'tbat"our"eollaty 'rfy"' 'Co" )d'f orchildren'an3:: .. a ..p; tyt e. ,. .'" ... .. ..r:. :-


"Sv' 'UlI- w__:r rV ''' ''"_ ..,>th. southwest"(HH" ) quarter pf j. the the(BW14K, ,Sou Northwest th west theEasthalt ,' or' city...oV officials ployed .have'ejther'dpne'theirdoty for >erapnal .rains;It ,:,!,,. :sv uIti.'tGet.a'6olt'.ot" .,. .,t..IJ. .,.:;..'.II,'}''If.I'f'j.;" t(4i. .;.5'. \\r.4.c.. ., ,...tI...,A'. OI'1,.. ,.,".' ".. --. ;.t'f\nl"'il', \ ' ,.. 'tV .,i ,. ,

:TPlionc: '44 ) 1.quarterNWTUt''of' the Fractional "outb.we.t tells me about-my:::school,n>y churchttpdply '7VUI" ,;..". . .M' .
Igdarter'I(8W( %): I ,.. ": ; ; <;(
Wf .vt tar t.rth' club,.AO'. ,that, J shouldn't J "t\\ .
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.r TIN' .. r THE, KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY GAZETTE,.FRIDAY, NOVEMBER'4, 1921 -- -

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ENTERTAINED GUESTSAT SAINT JOHN'S GUILD I .. .... .".-....... ..... OO..o.o..o.oo. ,
T BUFFET SUPPERMr WILL MEET MONDAY ,
i, I 11M SOCIETY'S REALM ] : and Mrs Robert Angas,. at There will be a regular meeting of i
their handsome home on Clyde avenue Saint John's) Guild held ,at..the ,.horn
M on Monday evening entertainedthe of Mrs. W. ;J. Sears, 404 Emmett
ANNOUNCING SON Bleed wedding party and the out* street, next Monday afternoon to ?
BORN IN COLORADOMr. of-city guests at a charmingly plan- commence at three o'clock. It is ALABASTINE IS WHAT1Alabastine 7

and Mrs. Charles' A. Carson, ned and exquisitely served buffet hoped.,that, ,all members will be present -
.
Jr.:, announce the birth of a son, supper. Mrs. Angas was assistedby t .

Charles Averette Carton, III in Idaho her aunt Mrs. Arthur Donegan. THE SPEAKERS CHARM' . . ; : *
Spring, Colorado, on. Monday -
; October 28. FROM PRAIRIED KANSAS ADDED TO INTEREST .
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BACK TO KISSIMMEE Last Monday-Kissimmee dub wom- wall coating in ...
HER MOTHER ILL AT Dr. and Mrs R. M. BUckmaster en had the honor of entertaining ''I ,is a sanitary , a
JACKSONVILLE SANITARIUM after. spending; the summer in and Mrs. J. W. ,McCollum president of. '
.Word hat ,been received by Mr A.Chapmanr about Wichita, Kansas, have.returned Florida Federated Clubs. fine, dry powder"form'put up ..in five pound
, that her mother, Mrs. MT; M. Stewart, make their homo-although for a beauty, charm, fluency 'of speech-, "I packages) in complete assortment of"velfc: "
'of Sanford, is seriously 111!'at a sanitarium brief time they are located at Saint i sparkling humor but, greatest of ,
Cloud. Their viiit was among'rela all, her love for and understanding ,
A in Jacksonville. The '
many
friends both of Mra. Stewart who tives and friends of former days-one i of people, admits her at once into vety, mellow, nature tints and white. -:-, '
baa made numerous visits to Kissim- of the relatives being a brother of the hearts of all her hearers. ..
rnee, and of Mrs. Chapman; will the doctor who had already enjoyed I I Her address'given at the Chapter
nl learn of this sorrow with much re ninety years of life and was still goIng !House at.four o'clock Monday after-
ty gist on. Relatives of both Dr. and ,noon was but a cursory survey of
P Mrs. Buckmaster were greeted on the I' general work being done by the ALABASTINE IS"an

t ''RETURN TO KISSIMMEE this extended visit. i two hundred clubs of Florida, with
l AFTER VISITING MICHIGAN I their combined membership of more
Mrs J. D.. Woodbeck and her sister MANY SCHOOLMATES I than 11,000 women, and the national .
A Mrs. George P. Gardner after WERE ENTERTAINEDLittle federation with its two million wom- artistic, lasting and economical wall coat- (
k spending ten weeks with relatives! at L. R. Tyson son of Mr. and en. The departments of the state Y
.
.
Otsego, Michigan, and with friends Mr Floyd Tyson, of 217 Clyde avenue include public health, education, Industrial .
a 4n other portions of the state, arrived north, entertained about twen and social conditions 'etc., ing, easily applied to any interior surface,
ty-five of his schoolmates 'at. his
'
home In Kissimmee with the supreme interest focusing
Saturday'night.Theydeclarethey
oj- have-had a charrttulg dome .Saturday; afternoon- from threeIthirty In- child- welfare.. whether plaster wall-board wood brick or }
visit-greatly enjoying the fruits to five-thirty in commemoration "The days of cultured clubs h have I"n _.
?t of his sixth birthday anniver- 1 I I said Mrs McCollum.
of that locality direct from 'the vine passed "Ours -
c and tree-but were glad to once more sary. Numerous gifts were received U a time for action-for deeds. With canvas. -:- -:- -:- .;:- -:- -:- a
see the Florida city which they have by the little host merry games were citizenship/ comes responsibility.
for'no long carried on upon the lawn-and then Florida must stand to
appreciated. women ready
-..-.,----. --- .. came the ice cream, their cake and punchof co-operate with erjry, helpful move- SOLD IN KISSIMMEE: S'y t
which all ate full share.
ment. To co-opei-Me with the home
The entire affair was full of pleasure the school the church
the
-
} ,Peerless for -concerned.. I state"

PARENTS ENTERTAINING I In speaking of motherhood she W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY Cf?
VISITORS FROM INDIANA '!said every mother as she presses her -

Mr. land Mrs. E. S. Hall, of 104 :.,.lips to her own baby's cheek should .
-Clyde avenue north, are entertaining be able to wish a blessing upon every The "Hardware" Near The ',
( ) Tires their I'on. F B. Hall who, with other child in the world. Depot ----.....-.. ;
1J wife and two children has arrived I I Mrs.' A. B. Whitman, of Orlando ','
>lw from for weeks :.vice-president' of section seven, which
Indianapolis couple
vacation.; This ill not a the first visit>.:includes Osceola county, was also, a OS404406P046 o *4++**+tt o 4++4++++44+++++++>+4*++++4++*++*+++++++++< r

GUARANTEED30x3 the Hoosiers have made for they guest' of the club. She has! just returned -.. .. -- .
-- -- ---- '- -- -- --- -- ,- .
., from several weeks'
were here two years ago as well all. a vaca- used. Thomas
The bride's Mrs.
sister
,
.
tion at Estes Park: Colorado. She
previous to that time. Mr. Hall is ,i Lawrie Jackson of DeLand, was
Non-Skid $ 7.90 associated with the "Big Four" rail. : (gave some fresh vital messages
of Honor DeCarr Covington
and
matron -
,
from her western ,,.
gathered Mr
trip.
way system m the rapacity of chem-
30x31 Non-Skid ist and engineer of tests-and hasproved '''Whitman' always inspires by her of Quincy, was groomsman
9.90 .,breadth of human interest and her while two 1 little girls, clad in petal ATTENTIONJust
himself so valued in those positions -
dresses of Cath-
honeydew taffeta YOUR
r that only occasional vacations strong wbolesome personality. Not
32x34 Non-Skid
; 14.90 are allowed him. strange, is. it, that she occupies ui enroe O'Bryan and Claudia Harper,
____ i large place; in the civic affairs of !served as flower girls. The ceremony
L; 31x4 Non-Skid 15.90 NEW ENGLANDERS ARRIVE I I Orlando.. She is also a. member of was a perfect one, and was witnessed
TO 'SPEND) THE WINTER 'the board directors liy the immediate relatives and '
of of Rollins col-1 :1!
? 32x4 Non-Skid 16.90 Mr and Mrs, A. W. Bailey are en- .' I lends. of the families a number of '
tertaining ut their home 17 Mabbutte lope.The meeting was attended by more them coming from a distance to wit- 'q
33x4 Non-Skid 17.90 street, a party of relatives from the than sixty women. At the close I > eta the nuptials.The .
who: find Kissimmee most bride was gowned in heavy a Moment Please i
north a I there waR the social hour which was :
34x4 Nan-Skid 18.90 admirable resort. The visitors are much enjoyed because of the friend- I \"lute satin-u dress which had been '
t Mrs. Ada M. Perry, who bytheway, and the worn by many brides in the Steed
ly spirit added zest given by :I .. il'
her veil of
family and bridal
is a direct descendant of Commodore the delicious punch sandwiches and 1 1I was :
W. i R. Link Tire Co. Perry and who ill a resident of Bcm- cuke solved by the refreshment com- I duchess lace and tulle. She carried L"l'
I
shower of lillies-of-the-
ton and aunt of Mr.' Bailey; Mr. and nuttecs of the two clubs, with Mrs I" boixjuct -
: -Orlando- ----- Mrs. Herbert Munsey and Mrs. Gor- W .1. Sears and Mrs J. /. RoUerHon. I'niter nnd bride's roses, and never OUR SHOP IS STILL TERMED _
Florida ham Lilly I I'of Wiscasaett, Maine. chairmen appeared more charming. The Mali .
Mrs. Munsey and Mrs. Lilley are Among the out-of-town guests on of Honor was gowned in honeydew THE STORE OF EXCELLENCE :":
cousins of the host. The northerners were Or JVI. B Cushman and several satin and crepe ornamentedwith
d'000006004e, 06P4066046G4,>04T expect to make, an extended visit. others from Saint Cloud "bouquet of golden chrysanthemums.
WOMAN'S -CLUB MEETS r STEED-CORRY-NUPTIALS I I Spicial music had been prepared, YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS, DON'T YOU? (Y
T BATTERIESHILT I AT TilE CHAPTER HOUSE MOST CHARMING AFFAIR I I f( : the ovenng. At the organ was
The regular monthly meeting of | Neverbefore has Saint John's 1 Mra' R. M Angus, and Mrs. S. H. 1VEGETABLES
I the Woman's Club was held Thurs Episcopal church interior been so j I i 1 Bullo 1. and Frank Reed violins- '
day afternoon at the Chapter House, prettily dressed as on Tuesday ev- j render in" most appropriate music. NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS I N j
r each member the I The Bridal Chorus from .Lohengrin
1 1JV land responded to ening. The entire chancel was amass '
EDK call with a current event Mrs.J. of flowers and greens tasteful- nnd Mendelssohn's Wedding March MANY LINES ARE BEING UNLOADED DAILY
HUD '
RECNRR! 1 I
M. Willson made a report as to Iv arranged; white roses potted' were charmingly given and Mrs W.
--- the Bird Sanctuary and a letter was ferns, trailing greens"' and beautiful I I.I. Scars, !Mrs H. Stanley Bullock
:: read from the president of the State golden chrysanthemums all servingto .Walter C. Lee and W. G. Hankins
Tubes .aJ Tires Vulcanized Audubon Society telling that signs 1 make u picture fair to look upon I j! formed a quartet rendering "The ?. WE CARRY THE BEST LINE OBTAINABLE
/' had been sent and asking that they -and one not easily forgotten. Everywhere I| Voice That Once O'er Eden"-while
: be put up. Several new memberswere it was possible to place a a solo by Mrs. H. Stanley Bullock .
SAJISFACTLDN GUARANTEED added to the club. dainty bit of decoration the work j "0, PerfectLove," was sweetly !giv
.. The entertainment committee then wa", carried on-yet so cleverly didthe en. During the ceremony the organ WE HAVE HUJtDR StrOF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS-
t r We Are Agents For took charge and Mrs. H. A. Zurn of whole merge into perfection that and violins tendered Tanhouser's "0,
'' UNIVERSAL Orlando, delightfully, rendered some nothing seemed superfluous. Thou Sublime Sweet' Evening Star.". ; ., WHY NOT YOU? '. ',
BATTERIES fine selections The meeting was Miss Alice Hurmaft- Steed daughter Hudson Ball of Sanford, and Howard 'W'

presided over by.Mrs, W. B. Makinson. of ,Mrs Willa Steed was given Katz, of Kissimmee, were ushii ", .1T. ...' ,.: ", .. .1
nnd the confusion often notrd : t.
by her brother, W. J. Steed. before *, so /
b MeN fILL[ BROTHERS I The ,same hostesses who were askedto the altar, to Henry Edward Corryf, ut weddingfc. absent.of moment. WArs. conspicuously ," .-Everything} Atl Bedrock EiguresP'' : :,. :.:' ..: ,
Out claws .. serve at the November meeting and the ceremony was performed by .
., MmiittM Resit will be expected to serve at the De- Bishop Cameron Mann assisted by Following the ceremony. the wedding .1 ,
.
',. O.. ."uuooouou 0000 0 Oue cember meeting. After a pleasant Rev. L. H. Kirkby, rector of Saint ( party and the guests from out .
social hour the club adjourned "hn'-the ring ceremony being of the city gathered at the home of
__'hh.h_ : the bride's mother, where there was '
held a short reception and a dainty Goodman's
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departure of Mr. and Mrs. Corrv on
the midnight train for northern
-z: ::
= points for a few weeks-after which W. GOODMAN, Proprietor .
:EE = will make their home in
: they Quincy.
DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE M. L STOUT _r Especial mention should be made of Broadway Kiuls-mee Broadway'
::::::
'+ Pntidtnt C _Iti.r Vicu-Prtfidtnt the wedding gifts which were num-
I. ...--- erous and valuable doubly appreciated OtO Ot ooooOOO'0'OOOOOO.060..0..ooo
===
== by the recipients. ,
_._
Eii3 = the of the --- ---- I -
out ]
.,Among guests! fro''l.<<: .
e city were Mr. ana irs. Arthur'Corry BALANCES ON HAND IN
parents! of the groom; Mrs. StirlinqWilhoit SEVERAL CITY FUNDS
i Banking By Mail II IIoOo and Albert Corry, sister and ';(n.
other o? the groom-all from The following balances in the var-
== Quincy: Mr. and Mrs Henry Ball of ious funds of JKissimmee were announced ,
Sanford: Judge and Mrs C. D. Lan- at th; el'tinit of the council
= dis Mrs. S. D. Jordan Mrs. J. W. 'on Wednes evening:
Gardner ,Mrs. Ray Jordan, Mrs. Vic General revenue ._. .h. __-_.$896.07 ( ;
= The Bank With" = tor Fountain. Miss Ruby Jackson and Street __hhU___,____ 241.03 '
Miss Katie Jackson all.r.f? DeLand: School _.. _. __ ____h_____c. 154.27 '
the This paper having a wide circulation, not only with and Mrs. Roddy BurdinJ? of Miami. Light and water' u ""u_._. 75590 fI.;:: .

Sanitary _-_h__.________ 300.20
in our town but throughout our county .and state, we = Subscribe for The Valley Gazette Fire -. _.. ____ ._-___n_ 527.85

Ability :::::::::i HEALTH CLASS RESUMES Drainage "h _uu___ 151.81 Better Than Movies
call the attention of readeT who live outside of our town = Cemetery __n.nuu 369.74 "

and, == The Health Class Which had suspended Bulkhead _____hnu___.6.979.44
that this Bank receives deposits by mail To farmers WHAT '
= its activities while the evangelistic happier way to spend .,
Willingness and others who'desire banking connections of the highest === meetings were in session, will NOTICE TO TEACHERS i an evening! All the newest .

sJ : meet at the Chapter House Monday The State Board of Examiners will song hits and gay dances (reproduced
5- to Serve character we courteously remind them that this is a safe evening at 7:30 o'clock. All mem- hold examinations for all grades of o n Super-Feature '
I bers are urgently'l'equested.;, to be certificates at Titusville Brevard I records)-all the most beautiful
Bank for safe people, conducting its affairs with courteous -_ present and all other persons inter county beginning Tuesday Novem and popular standard
ested are invited. ber 8, 1921. C. E. YOWELL. se-

DfPOSITS INSURED conservatism. = BAPTISM NEXT SUNDAY" 40-2t County Superintendetn lections-how wonderfully The

Brunswick plays them!, ,_
AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH ATTORNEY TO PUSH
- No metallic suggestion-po
: The pulpit of the Christian Aiurch (Continued from rage One) vibration-but note true, ti
every
will be filled both morning and even- ter of September 23, 1921, referring.
.-tt, -Our method of Banking by Mail will be o Ing by Rev. W. H. Coleman who to the case of the First National clear, yet soft as velvet. Brunswick :

; === comes from his church in Arcadia Bank of Saint Cloud Florida., and records are marvelous.If .
explained upon request. Its simplicity and-: to admit to fellowship In that church the refusal to prosecute that case in
_
haven't Brunswick
=== numerous new members who will receive the federal court by Herbert S. you a
safety are among its attractive features. baptism. The pastor's many Phillips, United States Attorney hear one at our shop and learn

friends will be 'greatly pleased to '"The reason for his action stated about our convenient payment,
greet] him. in the clippings enclosed with your plan.
l letter-that iA, the sentiment of public K
FRED HILL TO RETURNTO suspicion concerning his probable
NEW YORK POSITIONFred handling of the case-is the only reason ,WIIDER'S STUDIO
11ji .1.1Hoar known to this departmemnt why
otOsceoIaounIy W. L. Hill, who has won the the prosecution was deferred to another KISSIMMK
army title o{ lieutenant .came from term of court.
New.York to- be with his, father, F. "In the circumstances the depart- .

< W.Hilr), of Narcoossee, during his. ment has no disposition to criticize v-
last days. lIe U. now about ito sereturn Mr. Phillips r-, but expects to press one of the previous reports, to-wtt,
L :* 9 A:: M. to, 3 P., M.., a .i to his post as electrical( en-. the .cam to a speedy termination. that the case would ,v probably be
glner with" the Edison Company,, "Rea ctfIlUr: dropped and no action would be taken-' \ '
while his brother Victor, will 'remain -. 'For' the Attorney General in the future was 'wholly In' .11'Ot'1 "
at the old home and look after "JOHN" W. CRIM. It 'i* evident that'.the new' attorney,

I IlBIIIII lIIUDlIIIlIIIftllllilllllll I III I ,11 1111 UI IIIUIIIIi IiIIIII I II the the, postofflce groves. the and store.Bee that and*,'his probably moth-, From Assistant this correspondence Attorney' Genera it would" can will take become up,the sufficiently matter tn. soon acquainted as he' t 5 -

:. .,. ,. ... j \ IIIIIYI ,er's interests Are carefully ........... not be pmumptious.. to assume that with the'.duties of, his;.new. :position"j.4i1. *-,, +'

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