The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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-- an anonymous circular owed this week signed '"Tar-, ',"

.. The Kissimmee Land'' Loan' Asso-, - < .. payer of the City of Kissimmee.** the following objections are urged. The city council figured up the year. The proportion is readily

.> elation:has been* notified-that 'sixout : ,MORE SWEETNESS EXPECTED .to the ratification 6f .the new chirtertFbst : 1 budget for 1919 Friday night and baaassessed seen when It f* noted that 189 c.rttAcatee

"; 'of' the'eight application for'; loan ., to the appointment f a board of public woru'at a alary ,, the millago at .19H mill*. were issued last year. and only '
.HERE SOON. \ of dollar' which the circular would be bid for 60 this ;year. w
one a year '
which the says a This U somewhat lower than--wis. (
recently by exT
were up The budget a* made out ,for 1919.
Land Loan Bank at Columbia, S.;, C.,' The sugar 'shortage;; which < existed: ar.Et. pected for It will remembered follow:
have been approved. in Kissimmee during all of last week Up11t.'tweyean ago member of th* city ceaaci] served for a that $95,600 have been voted for bulkhead (General revenue fund .i___ >fttt-! mills

r The aggregate sum represented by was broken Monday and-Tuesday of ,dollar a month; and they handled aU the fond of the city, iacladiaf bonds,' $",000 for paving and Street; fund '- .?___i:..._...''lV4 mill

"f' these loans is more than $15,000 and -this'week when the grocer received ..". public atihi ... Is there any evidence that tike citizen of [h-, drainage and'' $18,000 for new machinery School fund .t __......... mill
' I7! the money >will be'available a* soonthe small shipments of this commodity simmer lea let honest nowtkan''thea? '' for the light and water plant Sanitary: fund .._:._..:.___ % mill c
tas abstracts'can be cent in., Inact and "the greatAmerican home"here are patriotic, making a ,total of $106,500 in bonds, Fire department fund... ....:'} mill .
those applying must qualify fort resumed serving its. 'customary; Second. that the !Jew 'charter, allows 'the city; 'to I bond> for'25,, %. which would'naturally Increase the Cemetery fund W_,-.. ... % mOl
;' e cash before sixty day elapse.. nweets. ,of it* attettedvalue. millage considerably. The .council Publicity fund '..;,...__!., 1' mill 1'
This mean .that ; farmers in''this t j The, supply of sugar* still somewhat Under the new charter the city cannot bond for any amount,. however has arranged with the Cit- I Street fight; 'fund -----., 2 mill
., .Jtctlon '''wIU,rec.I". come $16,000 1mrrtedlately -', limited and the opinion of the nnlest the bond isto i sanctioned by vote'of the kaens. Bank to deposit the bulkhead , ..I : { ; and it U thought that the grocers vary; a* to,the ,, cause of the *' a majority prop- bond money -at 6 per cent interest,:Sinking fund munlc! bond H mill
o', .farmer*' Cooperative' Dairy; Association shortage and of the .possible'supply. erty. owner of th. city The. majority' rule is good. democratic. doc. which will it is estimated earn Sinking fund .E!. L't bond H mill
: will now be given the necessary-; r One theory'Is that the boats plying a...:.... $.,000. 'reduclnc' the 'sum needed for Interest general note ..... 1 mill

financial backing with a large part, between.''New'York and Tampa.were Third, the ocular 'says the new-charier gives a lien on prop-' the sinking fund by' that amount I I I Sinking fund general' note' % milt ..
,/ of 'this um. That is, 'the farmers held up on account of the storm and '"erry"for taxes ivith' right oft 'foreclosure, which givet the rich z. Bass, the city. assessor's books. Into water & sewer'bonds. 1 milt 1.
.intend buyIng -.:'another i* ,.that\the refineries, from "' a showed i a total' of $2.061,105; which Sinking fund W.ter.Dd i
.{ cowsf ndbentering'the assocla-;which this section would'receive 'It. chance'-to rob"" the poor. is the full valuation of the taxable sewer bond .:._..-_.-_ 1 milt
"tion, ao it 1* said.' +< '' are selling elsewhere for The' poor .... ha very''little property, and consequently only property in the cityv. This .la an increase *1 Interest time warrants ''.. .H mill'

I A. E. Thomas, secretary-treasurer higher price. a email amount of taxes to pay, and the record bow that b. pay, over the- return of last year Sinking fund Umewarrants % mill:

of the Kilmmee association, shy : At any rate it la generally-thought It i* the,lu,. i property owner.'w.... hold back and thereby in a* much property that had been sold I I Interest I, bulkhead bond .. i ,ml1l'
\ that since the last,.visit, of the land I that the supply will soon reach the .: for taxes ,has been .'redeemed and Sinking fund bulk'd bond Vi mill
loan appraiser six,'Or eight' moreI demand. 'It I* likely that price will creases- t your' toss,s.df .... placed on the book*. I IJut I st. A drainagenote: ; *.... 1 mill
farmer are inquiring for loans. In advance one-half cent tor cover transportation Fourth, the circular- ..j.' that the charter was gotten up without City Clerk Gilbert baa 'also noted Sinking fund street and 3

I the supply i* the council. and would hinder check the valuable in the tax situation : notes ...... .ri'
event five of these men are ready to as present 'consulting city or .. an improvement I ; ----. milly :
I sign up the appraiser may be calledback .reaching the city by rail In plat of improvementi begun J by ,them. this "year.' In fact'more city taxes I "
for another visit. ..ter.- . < ; are paid up to now than have been for :Total., mill' .--_._....19 H mill* s,
charter would
The change wklch the bring about discuss '
,... : : were .
- --- --- -- - - - - -
I: ed at two largely .attended ..ti.gsof: the beard of trade, and the

'THUSRDAY HALF HOLIDAYS MISSING LINK'' WILL coucil bad every facxuty! for informing thenuelve* npoa to provision OA VIS & SHOOK' BUYMOREPROPERTY BLACK BASS CAUGHT HERE"SinPPED
CEASE THIS *. The Identical. previsions objected to. above war called attention -

I. k' holidays I to in' the Gazette,' andthere, .was absolutely notUaf secret or" 'Sterett' -.
No more till the hot ; of New Orleans,
weather come next year, for the clandestine about the origin of that document Th* board of trade representative. of the Mergenthaler

''custom of closing up store and oth- b composed' of the leaJag badness men and property owner ofKissfnuaeey _" ', "I LtDotp). Co, who'caught ., large,

.1 ,or place A. business automatically Osceola cou'-m';; soon' have and It wa not irregular or. improper for' tkat body to offer The Manhattan one of ,,Kisslra-,black bass while on a. visit hero
f"' F cease with the advent of October week. and turned the flh
\ charter for the consideration of the voter. aomo ago
< within its border one of the best a new mee'a well known hotel, the press ,
which ushers in.the busy season. I over to Lewis. Lang to be 'mounted.1.lId.hipped ,
; The late lamented half-holiday swill sections of road to be found in the T ing' club building adjoining th. hotel to him, has written Mr.. ;{
state according to the state roadmen'who and the three brick stores just west
be generally' mourned by 0..0..I i Lang' aa far owns i
though the egret among were here recently lookingover I'and facing Broadway, changedhands "'l'he' black bass arrived O. K. ,'Its
the section of"the Dixie week and became the
Highway this
the merchant will be tempered by la the best fish mounting I ever saws;
.theirall desire to it* being constructed by the firm of property" ; of Messrs. Davis and Shook It: is bass for this '' and
oe ,
+?" / activities and holidays, they say, Murphy &. Maloney, Just south of the PUPILS OF THE HIGH SCHOOL who are Inv..Ung"ID valuable prop the fishermen some are coming-country to see
known thelink" this
What long
I'I nave a baneful effect. city."missing was will soon fade as from erty tracts not as only city but acreage_ it, some saying it 1*. not a' bass."I<

the memory of travelers in the Joy ; 'The contract ha been signed
I LEARNEDLECTURE' of the perfect highway connecting closing>> thepurchase' but the price CHERS'FOR.THE
: Kisslmmoe in Osceola county and ORGANIZE FOR YEAR'S WORK(war not made public.. MORE. T .
Loughman in Polk county. I The new owners will take possession '
Construction of the road this summer on the first of November and it
; AT BAPTIST CHURCH has been in- extensive PUBLIC SCHOOL
greatly retarded by -- la said contemplate making :

.t _____ I I jcessant rains which also rendered While this I. only the thirdweek vided Into two societies each with a I:repairs to the building and equipment
the detour impassable of the : ,' '
Dr. Lincoln Hulley, president of time. This inconvenience part 1* now a of the public school term of separate organization and having will Mrs. Savage, the former owner, It p\'Obii"th&t'; by' the beginning ,

Stetson University, of DeLand, spoke thing of the past for the bricking 1919-20. the"pupil* are taking up 'the be separate varied activities.this This, custom expects to locate in Miami where -of ,the second school month'
I' ..;at the Baptist church on Wednesday has been from the year and one literary of this term the positions in.Osceola
completed city work like veteran and are even society and club will take she will likely be In. the hotel, business.
+ evening .taking for his theme "TheConstitution a debating will be filled."
-limits to the fair ground and will the athletic 'activities and its / county entirely i
planning place.
be opened to the public its full The sale' of the Manhattan. wa The 'Board of Pubfle-Instruction Is
.. On account of rain ju.t.t the length the first of next: This mapping out the line' of literary; .The literary; society will have for closed by. J. S.,CadeL in L communication .with'' MC, I-,
time hev was scheduled to .peak, only wilt cut off all the week tours,: work. ,, its officers: .president Miss AlphaWerfll 1 'B a saview ford. of''Austin.- Texas ''with a
.. a small audience was present to hear the remainder of .It being over a The athletic organization was organized ; vice president Frank : PLEASANT PARTY AT CONWAY to filling the position of mathomatlea -, ',
f it..f "him. Dr.-Hnlleys lecture:! was' jseml-! county road. this LprrayOveretreet Woodall; ''sectretaky-taeasurer, J1. J.:l for the high school, and with,
.veiigiou"entl'dealt with"tbe Consti-I From now on the road building ficers: president \ ; McCranie, Jr.} corresponding secretary Misses Margaret and Mattle Stan. the Normal and Industrial School, of. r
'* Button.' .eeNtary.trealU..CC.; H. :Summers; , Miss Emily Sanderson; er- ford TGrifflnVlolef Bullock
of the United States as related will begin at. Campbell Station and ; Georgia, for a dOlDe.Ue-e1e teach-.
..' to the Bible. He reviewed the this the completed student, manager, Miss Adah Louise geant-at-arms. Miss Frieda Schwei- Mary Tiller, Grace Gilbert. Elisabeth '
come way, meeting .
,, early history and .tru the section at. the- fair-.Rronnds: railroad Simpson, and assistant manager, J. ,kart and critic, Miss BealL I Ledbetter Adah Louise Simpson ler.Mr. Basaford.fs. graduate of the
original colonies in a learned manner crossing. A. portion of'' thegrade 'M. Bryan SimplOft..J. < The student boy and the faculty}Katherine Carr and Bessie Glenn, Texas University, and from the recommendation -. ;
and brought out vividly the and fill has already been put The object of the association will'b ,are invited to the first meeting when were given royal outing on Thursday of that institution iswell'
workings of the Constitution ; from in.I to 'fosterathletics in the school. j:the following program will be rendered of last week when Mrs.'' C. W. : 'qualified to fill the po.ltion.Jar
'1787 when it-was first adopted, downto I Judging by the progress of"< the for both' the :'boys and girls, beginning : Griffin and Mrs. H. Stanford took for which''' he"'is'assigned. He wll
t '
the present time. ' the-season with football for Program: them to Lake Conway in 'their can before
,work it will not be more than thirty th.1 not be able to Teach Kissimmee
e In closing ho spoke of the many-. day till this section of the highway former and basket ball for the Roll C.ll.IAner ,with quota. .for the 'afternoon. the. first of October and Prof.
strikes and, unrest which pervades will be completed.. While there is only a tentative organization tions. A swim in the lake; followed by' a Fillers will continue-to rusted the 1
the eountrJ' at the present time and I of the foot ball squad asyet Cornet Solo.-Walter Griffin; accompanied bountiful picnic supper were pleasant ,classes in mathematics until his ar. '
pointed out as a remedy the studyof there seems. .to be no lack of en- by Miss Margaret Lasley. features'of the afternoon. rlnL' .
the Bible and a strict interpretation BIG CRATE MILL WILL thuslasm. among the boys and a dar- Reading,.-Miss Dot Makinson. I Miss tone Hough of near Talla.
tia! schedule arranged Son ,- .Misses Nellie Woodsll. Vet-
of the Constitution. 91 games-now I : basses, has been appointed domestU a
Dr. Hulley's lecture was an historical lj as follows: e ma Hudson Margaret Brunson Mary SHINGLE GREEK ROAD science teacher for the Kissimmee

1' treat' and It is to be regretted ''to CA TE AT Klssimmee-Plant, Cityat Plant Speir, Dorothy" .Denning, -,and, Willie public .chooll. and Is expected ,to begin -:
11th. B.
ROSALIE City October -
that the church was not filled to ,,her duties next Monday;
overflowing to hear him., at Tampa, October Readings-Miss Jeanette Prevatt. GOMPLETEDWEDN'SD'Y Ther remains but one rural school- '
t ,
18th. The debating club I* also thoroughly -
without'a teacher according to Supt.
Another 'Industry,that w ll'&dd ma at for' work and will bold
WHITE NOW KisslnnfteerOrlando Kissimmee organized Osceola baa
LINES C. E..... Vowell. .county
to .Klsstmmee's roll was Its firs session discussing
pay October 81st. this. afternoon "''
c HARK TRAFFIC'RULES locate here this week. Mr. JamesIF. i Kissimmee-Orlando,. a t Orlando the very practical surges- 'Good roads for Osceola ''county', is ',been very fortunate in securing soneedy .J..:
: the of the and its quota of teachers this,year
1 who the Florida becoming prder day
That school
Won! the
Thanksgiving Day. ; : : R.solved day I ''' of.t1M. countries ad. .I j
been when are
The public' his received'>omehelpfnl .I'Lumber A' Crate Company .arrived The annual dues to this association should': consist, of one and only one a fine between section here baa and'ShingI.just completed Creek'' vertiilng many for Instructors PoeslWy

.. suggestion this week which'' will Tuesday to make.-his headquarters ,are fixed at, one dollar" the ia' session"_ On. the affirmative tide station :: -. this i* not due to'fortune but to *y s.,
after the interest "
here'while ''
render looking advance, which'will' 'admit member will appear Bryan Simpson and Miss '
> traffic. Broadway not of'the
l The section finished is 'Jltt tematlc and persistent effort
'. safer but also more convenient of".his company, which t t If erectingtheir to ,one'of the game played; on Jo Makinson on the negative. ..loeSe.n just : line. '
In and with theH school officials along>thl*
I miles ,length Joins ,
... -formerly'for Marshal Woodall than 1 largercrata' mill, at'''Rosali*, the I local ground.1 -. ;: and Miss Percie Oliver. ,
'. lad the ., street crossing ,, The machinery for V the .mill' i ha .. It t.1 i hoped that, the.student body The club has an efficient'corps'' of 2 miles' or paving laid on the :
w\>0 marked with broad band 'of" ePedestraius been'' she pped' and 1* now ortythe, way t of tM,.high school member and of, officer to direct it* activities this hingle' Creek road some time road ago.It , FIRE DEFT. .

,: faint. : .: ;C 110/, 4 here.' :.,The earliest 'bedD.OP.eratlon. < the eighth crad""Williu'f.r'I possible winter' and will likely. do good work. was constructed Farmer: entirely.who by used .GRADED,SCHOOL... DMNIS I
t at the ( possible'date for financial These of fleers Miss superintendent -
ire warned-by-'this': to, Join the association the are: president .-
, *- keep in the straight and narrow"path It,II said, and a gang"ox ten or' fifteen ,support.: Unnecessary.'. to buy Louise, W. Hess; vice-president, Bob. only in his three convict'gang months. completing', the, 'Th.'K-patrons, of ?rthe',, -Kisdmme.schools l .
r crossing the street and,that an- .men,(will .be_employed; at ,once equipment and provide .for: the' Inter ert Co',Trimble; eeoretarytreararer.C.'H. : .A portion. of the road baa been In11M will be gratified to learn thata
.-..'" tolst*. must take notice and give them who 'Will- be housed fin. tenttoeing. achool. 'gamea.- ,' Summers; 'critic Miss Puns entire -will be veryl.ffcient force of fire figaters,
and the r-Jength
army tent for the purposes.- ,* The' literarir t0atur' of.'the, < .
light of This !. advantage week and .
way. an n' I le-reported that the prod ofthemill'will ready for travel the drat of the week. baa been organlied..r this;;, ', -
( .
been dl- '
work' has ordinarily> "
] ; '
'to driver
car also\ be brought; to Kitsimmee A quantity of brick was left over should the unexpected( occur: and
lined t'from the In this and Snpt. farmer will begin' at once lame break out 1n.the"high".school
in boats barges. fact
%" dodging at other, .point. of-the' ,'cross- city will ,be the or distributing'point for [ MARION :tOUNTYvGOOD ROADS laying; a 1-4 mile section on the Milliard building there need be no d.rwerme' ,to. '
I, of the school kiddies ;
for the Island road past; the, county or limb *o-
the mOl'and headquarters . '
The. lines *.
Indicate where then '
cars :
farm rolled there. ; *
may b* parked also and an additional company and their employees.Mr. much I BOOSTERS HERE WEDNESDAYAbout poor The force U known La the O.oeeIa"Bleh
at of indicate I :Kelly has been spending ,
.line an angle 45 degree
; School. Fire.
Department and
\ .
and CLOUD.
week ST.
/r; the relation to the. side, walk, of. his time .In Rosalie/this ELECTION AT', Its cersoiLJol as follows
the car should be' parked :the Gazette was" 'unable to'learn more '* bearing: the pennant M' .. Chiefs C.: H. Summer. _ ItAa.t.
the Wonder held
fit. Cloud City
,In speaking .of these ,warnings of his plans. ."Marion and loaded ; ., ,
County: h. bad anything to say regarding his .n election,...t 'week. electing B.' F. .. Chief -Bryan Simpson.- I
Marshal Woodall said:'' "Pedestrains MANAGER WOODBECK SCORES with good roads enthusiasts, spent candidacy for re-election, tails mayor': ,and Dr.'J. B.. Chunn Hose No. 1>.-Lieut- JohnGraham;.
; have been ,frequently annoyed\ ,by some time in KUalmme Wednesday Frank\ Woodall, Donald McKay.1
HIT WITH ,LOCAL TALENT In reply Mr. .Sear* stated that he reasnrer.: '
,earl that are..parked jicros* the : : : morning while in route from their was too busy Just now'' looklnl" after ''The council met'to camas .the vote Hose 'No., 2Li.nt.:, Robert Trim-
crossings and'which> force them to '' home in Ocala, to Tampa;' and 'other bk '
Manager Woodbeck' certainly scored the Interests 'of his district to even which tfct; war notorious that it 'j,4
pass around.of:the This is through but no Intention a hit with the popular film -Mick South Florida ,point : think: of politics, and that while h.bad' waa the first meeting since'the .first :
car owners through Prominent parties making up' lock.
"" for heard rumors of oth.r' aspirants of May ,
a little"1 carelessness on their plait e"crowd Friday filled U' the nightt Casino at a each! capacity per motorcade wen:',,Dr.,J. E Case, mayor 'far congressional honor, he ,felt itwas"too By-vote of the new administration Extinguisher No.-2v-.Joe Sears,
which wlU( easily be overcome nowthaf'th formance.- The six orchestra of Ocala Dr. ;iW. H. .Henry president early to begin any politicalagitation St' Cloud issued romisorynoteal'tothe >'South Fire Escape Manager; i*
lin.'are'marked.. '. added th'audi of the'' Ocala Motor Club Zv C. yet. He did say, !however amount $10,000 to take up all Landing No. 1, (Room 12)) LaurenceParker -'.
The line marking the angle war an pleasure'.to Chambliss .banker L. H.,Chad! secretary 'Landing No. 2. ,(Lab) "
proper ,once and Mia* 'Dot, Makinson sang ; that'; it had, been reported,in other existing: indebtedness against the ; Elmo' '
the .
r. to street.for the parking to car i -Mickey." *. *,.... -i of the Marion Coullt7Cham.. portions"of-the district that fight; city and left over from the streetpaving. Griffin. ? ,
will be of great convenience auto. her t of Commerce CoUR A. Bur- Fire ''Escape Manager '
'' -.A .urprl..' Miss ; >\< : ,would be (made on himin Oaeeola Ifeht'and water-plant- I West
1st aa no matter how many car are Dot Makinson i appearedbefore the: ford,. Judge Bullock A.. C. Blower, this time but that.tiiis wa not worrying A portion, of'' thlll 55U, been due for ([Boom 10) Walter Griffin.v .
on the street .individual: e.1'.can b.backed vice-president. of the Florida Auto- North, Fhe' Escape Manager* '
< and ."Mickey," and she : : him, aa be had !pent practically twelve'monthl. it is said and a epe-; /
screen sang '
out if.this rule 1* followed.; was"called back again and again. to mobile Association; R. 8. 'Rogers, his whole life in Kissimmee,. and al act of the legislature entitled the' Lending,No. 11; East) J. J. McCra-r?:

respond to encores. secretary of'' the, Oeala'-Yotor Club, in only one Instance had h.failed toneelv. city to issue the note. but owln-..tothe rile;. Landing .zL &' (Wet" ) Lewi' J'f..

METHODIST/ : CHURCH-BUYS, : So clever was h.make-ap'} that a and other,'' ,, 'of I'IIt''wh.ncant . more than' ninety per cent oftbevoteaoftheconntyand conflict in the municipal Campbell: %a specified i. ,.<, r
AfterT 'mterval ; lawf.qalrei : nnm ,
: ". number of onlooker asked .Manager an that ho hasbeen council' meetings could ,beheleL. The ; a
/ PARSONi4CE. *-.- greettnn-frontMayor-. bar of fire drill during each month./
Woodbeck'at the close of the evening ) assured that he 1* rtronger with ,
if,the girt who''' aang'' waa the. one the citizens, of Kissimmee his home-folks BOW than*ever before. It is ,noteworthy ihat' the fun_ Is- though they are not observed. at wiHnlar '
Thd of trustees'of 'the First wen the order of' the day the ear .intervals, of, course. In fact thai
playing in the picture.- s He baa received n largo number" of ane-of. bonds..voted last week war '
:Methodist church Kissimmee.baa :"'. left via ,the 1 Dixie- Highway to. continue letters from his U.friends throughout bought by the Peoplea' Bank:->'- teat..HCfICJ' -is kept aa to the ,
i purchased theoeeidenoe:: of Dr.'Hlcks. ; FIRST. BAPTIST CHURCH. 'their tour' of.thla section of' the the district commending: his work as 'The council appointed W. B. Crawford time. the firegong hrto WYDDC'>+:,-By: -
'on Church street for a parsonage. tat/ ,,/_ their representative and assuring city attorney to.anceeed himself. this method the pupfla pill be, to irnoranc -* ,
..' It is being reds ratedandU be ""- R v.,'O. .B. :Fall' will. occupy the ; --- him of their continued friendship. Thir Is the fourth term he has Ailed of the .... 'ready for .occupancy by. "the ,lIret.'of pulpit at; the- First Baptist church SEARS SAYS HE- HAS NO'ANNOUNCEMENT Joe say*'that' In his belief Floridais this of flea. - . occur, ta Jthey w..1n safety vrA

November 4 !;' next; Suada7. -both'. morning 'and .evjenlng. : TO HAKE. on the m .of one of the biggest Charles,,Montsdoca waa'' made", city fire drill ,wa called last week!-" {
;-- 7 "--'TJw-enomlnatioll-iu'"not- Rev,, Falls ha* been engaged '. tourist seasons that the state ha sever marshal >" ' when it required two. minutes to nftlrely
;I +1 i ;parsonage e."th..ttlon> 'of the in-'the;"missionary-'' -campaign work '.'Congreasman :WJj Sears'who has had and that the peopl of this j; empty the building. This reeord -

U church edifice and tbU purchase! is'-a.valuable inthe county during the; week but; been spending a t1.w' day- ta' this -etber..nctlona should_be making H'D. Dabs, state manager of theA will be cut down possibly y halfben

,. irolianroPai churelr't>rop..rtr !expects to return in time for Sun. city,having,, accompanied Mrs. Sears preparation* to entertain them. .- ,;' iE.:; SttontFsrmAgency' : 'with the puptla become'accustomedia" N
t-. 'v day's, services.'t : '' where to r.tha order-of : .
.o : aa convenience 't'Walter' horn j from Asbeville. N C, headquarters' In Jacksonville," visited ,- ... tea; "
to, the pastor and his. family/who! \ . the)*pent 'ome time for the benefit r :Jsn.-H.. EL- Godard or'Avon Park Kissimmee Monday and expressed ;" '''' ;*vv J''''.
-have been residing. some,' distance. :' Brorison'Lae'purehasedtkCentral *, of her health.-waa asked by a representative I* the guest of her slater,' Mr*. Do., himself well pleased.with Klssimme : LeRor Lesley left this week-to'. y r

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'." 01.grown., There are thousands of acre 'of farm.., FOr myself I' always have

'. of fine cattle land and vegetable land and believe I always. will lean toward .

The Ver. Kissimmee 1 and the higher places can be turned diversified,,farming for dependable''' .
I} : tSufferwith'Con- into citrus fruit at small expense. results. > ,
The timber at least that which I With the large amount of fruit ,.
: --'-.-- -.-- saw; .is-large. and should prove profi- grown .in the district there mutt of
',i ; tIp tf n-- Valley table for the man who would clear a nece..itY'tro packinghouses, and one "
.. Biliousness Sick i place from the wild land. Host of in particular was shown me that was ,',
I the country homes have tremendousoaks c pretty vp-to-date affair that of the .
' Headache in their yards and the houses;K'sslmmee'! Citrus Grower: Associa-oot Ji;
Dyspepsia,, and By Frank Whitman in,. Florida been put. all present a appearance Where:tion. a suos'diary: of th,,' Florida Git- ,'\
I. Grower 'A, road leading out to St. Cloud trees grow J large is usually to be ,rue Exchange. Eigh e.i thousand '; .
'f Y' all :their attendant discomfort j, will next be in order and*ls already found good land and it is about a boxes was the pack last season and
r. ) ,'. To those of ywho;; are accus* more than a possibility. The main foregone conclusion that these land J -

'" tomed, to tremendous heights tho Dixie Highway (cross state) runs will soon be occupied!>y some_ort Tontlnu'id'on.' Page Three. ",
'"* r. "Valley of Kissihimee" will hardly be through Broadway; the 'main street '

.' : DR. CAtDJVVELL'S' apparent, but it is there Just the and is of brick. There is a goo4bandstand .. ............................................................... ........................ ;\
same, stretching from north to south in the middle of the park* .
t through smiling/ lands of extreme ing of this street, and ten drinking "
fertility. As the name implies a valley fountains are' to'' be Installed ,also. THE, MOST ,'8
: Syrup Pepsinv there must be high spots, and The whole parkway will be made intoa
ther are, most of them dotted with "white way" soon by the installation DANGEROUS DISEASE :1
/groves and fine farms. The strangerwill of ornamental street lighting.!
v The Perfect Laxative immediately note the ,extreme The main line of the Atlantic Coast No orrene of the human boy are tIC) Oel some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem'Cl F!:>
advantages of stock raising, and it Line Railroad has its in Important to health and long \\tt. e. the. Capsule at once. They are an old tried ,.v.
} is true that huge herds have roamed :town, and there are two branches of kid nays. When they glow up. and com.mence preparation 11..4.all. over the worSe for :
;i is. a combination of simple Laxative'Herbs these hills and grassy levels for aj this same line leading to Apopka and Plnd out to lair what la the their. trouble duties Is-look without out) centuries. They cx>ntaln only 014-t.....

I with Pepsin mild and far back as the memory of the oldest Narcoossee. There is also a cross- dole?. Whenever you eel nervous, toned, eoothlnsr oils combined rbarb.
in its
,gentle action and oldtimer goes. The town is built on state jitney bus line from! Daytona, weak, dl.*y. Buffer trom leepleeaneea, and o.m-OI..n.l.
well known and need bjr pbyel-
' or have pain In the back- o* ea
c ,relieves :constipation 'quickly, without gripingor a level spot, and I saw absolutely no on the East Coast through Kissimmee at oiu>". Tour kidneys need help. Thee clans In their dally practice.. OOL0
other"' groves in the town, limits. It is a to Tampa, on the West Coast ; are .IC'". to warn you that your kidney MEDAL Haarlem 011 Oapeulee are l_ ,,.,#
pain or discomfort. It is especially fact also that, you can travel the ,There, is also a crackerjack baseball arc* not performing their tunoprnp.rly. ported direct from the laboratories laHolland.
,recommended for childr highways through certain sections team for those who like the national Mn They are only half They ar. convenient to take.
n. ,.loin Uiolr work and are allowing? Imp and will either vivo prompt relief or
and still see no groves. They are pastime. ',irltlo to accumulate and be convertil your money will be. refunded. Ask torthem
: there just the same, heavily loaded I I I As a diversified farming proposition into uric ."Iot and other polaone. at any drug store, but be sure to
Sold by Druggists Everywhere with fruit for the coming season. I don't believe this section could which are .a u.ln r you distress and willIvitrny set the orlsrlnal Imported GOLD '
drh'.atrom MEDAL brand. Accept no
These'grove.. are nearly all hidden'from ,very well be excelled, and such is the you system unleaa they are eealed packarei. Three .1....

i 50 cts. (j::.) $1.00 the casual passerby for the variety of the soils that about everything \ .._-jour--- ,.." ................ ........................................
easily r
the reason that the land in the fruit imaginable should be .
j' A Trial Bottle Cae I. Olotal.... FM .. CWit., kf WHtlog .. sections is heavily timbered. -
D*. _.<;*, CALDWILL err WASHINGTON ITKIIT. MONT1CILLO., ILLINOIS I In rolling into Kisalmmee by auto lay

you will undoubtedly be attracted to .
the place, for the town presents an Y'
/ 'fieL'I attractive appearance, with its flow \:,
whoever it is to be. Five per cent on ers, shade and fine paving. The main >>

I IThEFORUM the bulkheafling and lesser percentages Itreet.,.is.probably 60 feet wide, and Paint Pride and Prosperity
.1 for other work. A first class there is a fine parkway running ;;
experienced and thoroughly competent through the center of the thoroughfare -
engineer can be had for $5,000 that hardly has an equal in Florida .
y, ,THE BULKHEAD PROJECT. per year for his entire time, perhaps the home of beautiful things of Hand : '
in HandS }
'Editor Vall.y'Gazettei ees. Then why such a spendthrift this nature. I asked several people ,go j ;

'Clticens' and taxpayers will do well arrangement. The engineer in charge who have lived in Killimm... for a .
for themselves and their city if they is the confidential servant of .the city long time the extent of this I ;R
will interest;themselves in this mat and ia supposed to pass and approve and no one could tell me exactlywithout *
- ,14 ter right,now. all the work. Is it commonly human stopping to count the blocks. The: moral and economic influence of E paint is far-reaching.: A weD i
It will be' remembered by many for a man to turn down an estimateof We had quite an amusing experience, i s#
that sine the 'drainage canals have work that may add $500. $100 or Mr. Piano and I, stopping, the old- painted house denotes character; pride in your property and esteem j

been dug the lake has been more (even $10 to his compensation. Sucharran..ment timers with this question and seeing of yourself and neighbors. Paint not only promotes prosperity, but i ,
than three feet above the line of the an is an open invitationto them look foolish trying to answer.I "
home and increases value.
*l proposed embankment; or what it' fraud and collusion. This plain counted the blocks myself and protects your against decay its

{ , was a, few day. ago when it fact stands in view all the time. "the found the parking to extend for five ...
the proposed bulkhead level 'at least bigger the bill the bigger the com- city blocks and a circle at one end. 'Save !:
6 1 one foot..What would have happened pensation. ," The palms and flowers and inviting
l had the ,bulkhead. been completed and OLEMAN SANSPUR. benches are decidedly an asset to I

a high wind swung the breakers Kissimmee as they would be to any the Surface I II
across it for twenty-four hours WALKING UNDER DIFFICULTIES town. I
r Bonds were voted and sold for a Lake Tohopekaliga and I am only 1 I'
"Believe me, I suffered from stom- p
going to write that name once,frontsall
L 'certain specified bulkheading, will it ach and bowel trouble right. This you
along the town-site, and the title
'be' permitted to the illegally
. use
money weakened me so that I could scarcely
e fr a different one, even though) undoubtedly comes from an Indian Save All"t
walk. I could do no work. This
appelation and these
ti It may-b..better. ( people probably -
was condition when I started
It confidently' asserted by thoseauppo.ed (taking Mayr' Wonderful Remedy on their had talk.plenty of The time translation to consume in is hare proven their worth during more than fifty years. No matter the surface '

t Ie';reclaimed to know, that by if the lakefront the advice of a friend. Now I am "Sleeping Tiger," but whether this Urge or sauD-there is a Pee Gee Paint or Finish that will give you lashns; ,
i"y.'! and filling that the city !working every day and feel better comes from the shape of the lake or satisfaction at lowest cost. Visit this store and let us advise with you refanfiosj "
nor anyone than I did in life. It is the .
ever my the of the when
nature waters storm-
.else ,can obtain a fee simple title to only medicine that ever touched me." your painting and decorating: problems.Ask .
I able to learn.
swept was.not
p.rt.of the land reclaimed but ,
any ,
It Is simple, harmless .
that it remains the property of all a preparationthat It is a pretty body of water and ua for FREE Paint Book -//COM mm* Ho. to fmint Tt sou."
removes the catarrhal mucus vast in extent and it is
the people of the State of Florida to from the intestinal tract and allays practically also for Color Cards, or writ. direct to
surrounded by and farms on
be in
used common. There can and ,
'willi''' be' any the inflammation which intestinal at least three sides. There are some Peaslee-Gaulbert Co.. Incorporated Louisville, Ky. ...
erregcted one .theseslands for tically all stomach, liver and good docks along the shores and rf
ailments, including appendicitis. deal of OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY
'private 1J... At least the Supreme from fruit is carried across
{ Court has decided more than once. One dose will convince or money re- the groves to the packinghouses Distributors for p..-;ee Paint Products
funded. J. Z. Roberson, and druggists on barges. The lake is
The, owners of lots sought to be very Kisslmmee: Florida. i
'' everywhere. "fishy'' indeed, and records show that
msde subject to assessment for the I I
li costs of this work are making no objection {. millions of pounds of fish are taken
+ for,they have been assured Superfluity."You from its. waters yearly. This of
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r that: of the cost of this proposed love my daughter?" said the 'course, has created quite an indus-
'work can be collected from old man. try along these lines. Realizing that 6 r

them and that whatever is or will "Love her-he exclaimed passionately the ereat beauty of this lake front \'
be done can'only add to the value of "Why, I would die for.her. For should be conserved and utilized the aI ;'\
their property and to their individual one soft glance from those sweet people have voted bonds for bulk-

, advantage. Is it too late to take heed.eyes'I .would hurl myself from yonder,heading the lake and along the town-
,to what is about to be done. With' cliff: and perish-a bruised mass upon welt site and 'parking the waterfront as
our already heavy indebtedness and the rocks 200 feet below." as building a boulevard along its if
heavy taxation can the citizen taxpayers .I I| The old man shook his head. "I'm shores. I was told that the lake was
stand the expenditure of this .'something of a liar myself".he said, fifty square miles in extenth and contains . 4

large sum to gratify the vanity or..,"and one is enough for a small some pretty e largest
like mine." London fami.I of which, liver's Island, supportsseven
r cupidity. 'of' a few -, ,
business groves, the 'largest of which
man I
Ueve&fa belongs to the Oliver interests.
b moment that the work I The United States of America Kissimmee has that I
can be done for the amount of the with its millions of square miles of many things
1'fproeeeds of, the sale of the authorized -t I farm lands, is importing eggs from should appeal to the discerning man
k ,' bonds? It will cost double that+!I,China. 'A shipment of 3,600 cases or woman.brick Among those I noted a
; to complete the job as shown in the 'recently reached New York, after a $26,000 with an
attendance of 700 children.
specifications. or at least one4alfmore 'journey of nearly 9,000 miles. Dried and average
a of thirty teachers. There
corps t
\ and powdered eggs, as well as frozen
is fine band home and
'' a all talent,
Take ,the compensation mentioned tones: from China, are shipped to .
composed schoolboys.I
mostly high
r. ''in'' your last issue for the engineer, many countries. x '
This band is so good that offers for
. its services for the winter
"., ttroira-s ... .'... chill Tonictsstorss POea Cured In 6 to 14 DaysDnuUUtsntmirooocr I have been had from at least one season adjoining :

Vfcattty aad energy by'parlfrlnS and eo- .If PAZO OINTIfENTIalli town. It is under the direction
......* ......' Yo oae toon_Ika oat. to cur*Itcblna.. Blind.. BleedlnS or, )Pramdlns Piles. of a fine musician who has built
Intently nltowM Itchlns PUae and
yoa mql
",- ealtta. IpvKoratlos TJbo. PrIcR 1Oa. t.Ihtlsisepen.the ant eppuoeUon. I'riDeIOa. up a highly creditable .

_ ., is an 13-hole golf course very I IL

-*-Vif* fine indeed* with an $11,000'club
** 'i house:, Kissimmee has been delegated .
as an official landing station of! 1ih
airmail service and the. land is
cleared and kept clear awaiting the STRIKE
Give THe FolKs convenience the bird men. There

is a Woman Club and clubhouse ':
which is really the social center of ale
the town and entertainments are .in +
'''The Original held here .through the season for :, H ,\ .
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; 'benefit, CIGARETTE ? '
the oft visitors and the town- ii .
folk. There I .. ; :
a public library al.o. ;., ; ;
which is well stocked with boots.That ,', \f"i'
fine hotel, the Graystone: .
: POSTUM' has changed hands, and is now in the ; ::: ,'\t\tI
: hands of experienced hotel 'people .; : :

who will,, undoubtedly make it ,the , S . ,"'1: '
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f ,. .' equal of any in the state. The hotel S < ," : \

t ,. is surrounded by nice flowers and '. .r',
; shrubbery, is convenient to the depot \ .. '. .I:
0. 1 for;' their table drink. and overlooks the lake, with the difficult 'WHEN you. see this famous :- "1 1'
name. With the Influx of large ?; ,. ,
That will .of numbers) of visitors which this win think minute! '
jdispose a ,
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'those coffee troubles Torts "are being. made to care for -- 'Think i{of the delicious taste of : rIY:1": : '
them in excellent and the

; lr :which'frequently show y' for Qraystone satisfactory is None service.dependable style On,the place partof a slice of fresh toasted bread! '. :'';'', ;,:,,:"";J,;, ,,J.:.M'

,, the; Kissimmee Board of 'Trade }.. i... ...-,, i;
i; 'in'headacheimtabihty'! much activity is taking place for the That's the real idea back' of the ......- '. .. ."c'!

f ,A:; 1. indigestion; and sleeplessness. -' " making methods'the.and, visitors'ways stay and pleasant.means J of I I Bucceta of 'Lucky Strike cigarettes. ' : :"}> ':-1 1t

Jf.t1f: Klssimmee is Tight now.going t Toasting improve tobacco just as wellas . '\1'; '':
t'r.! .' -. ,. through a reconstruction period in _:-,::....... '
.' ; the of municipal improvements bread. And that's lot. '+
"7" way a : : 'i'''J.W;
1; . that should place her on a with I Cj,., .
I cities of the first class in start order. .Ii :- ;t
: :" 99 Paving Is ,being put down to meet Try Lucky Strike cigarette-
'ThetesReason: Polk county's asphalt on the south \

and it I. partly completed and there ;
':1}, .' of 4 ;, is no stopping until this much-talk. ) -ii
.. V ed-of link sbricked. A new departure = r,
I in the way of brick is being utilised .1' ,
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bthe way. in the "Tucker" "
,4', '" brick, which constructed of cypress \ :;
,,". aawdun and "hydrolin." I inspectedsome It'stoastedar ), 't"'f\,,\--:
: *vl of this paving and was much i. '

d :"; l: Two" ) I sizes. usually. sold- -at_15c'and 25c (interested ing Us A resilient piece has and beep wear-put : :' : \ f

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.i "t ,.i'losquitos, :If i Proceedings- of the Sc"'ool.Board} ''II. ".. ." ,

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aid. "......., .f Tk lr' Denser ,sad by ', The Board of- Public Instruction in I ."" 'a\
and for Osceola County F orid.met.a.neuar..lon *, "
., about out of all encumbrances the t'
UaI. atCroodnlgit
a Dra erv** lit.
on Sept coming season at lent there will be ,1 .""' .
there being present 'Wr; tS* :' Bass-'n6 "de5ta tbat cannot- be paid,-on. d.* _.._: ,- ,_
chairman W. R. Lanier! and W., R. r .
; mand, and all members are feeling 'I':T--- - 4 r 1,1
Godwin; also C. E. Yowell county i I good over the outlook Thea is an 4 ;: '
uperlntendent, and J.1' S. Cadel attorney "
for board. ..... excellent quality<< of ,fruit .shipped
through this sub-exchange; and its
The minutes of the last,, ,meetingwere
1 1t drives the sway to star* Pleasant members are trying to exel at all
and healthful, smells like pin* read and approved. times, .,in'' appearance pf fruit, size
forest. Guars .d to keep them off: for the 'month .and quality of pack., C -operatlon -- ,
Your mossy bark If doesn't.. Will: endingr'August' 80. 1919: bas been 'If und hard to maintain at I.11 -
not stain the niwst limn, A 100, GENERAL, SCHOOL; FUND. ,i "
bottle wilt last over a month Also :Balance .from let report .-_.1 **&7( times, but loyalty has won out, aa .
'recommended as a pre,enUtlTj Receipt ....-,-.-..--. lU1 T1 it usually does in the long run. Outside ,
..stem files .roaches,' Sloths., Ira, Warrants '''Issued .,,! ..-.-....-. 411.S/ "the Exchange there have been 1 e .j 1

mites eta Balance .., .?...._.._.__...., '''IU..O men who felt that' their bestinter- I J 1
I. e. D. N.. .. e.ta'lald in letting' the other. fellow
\eVO-VV3Ma ;L . ....! T... 'test .
The Co. Balance from last report - out the Exchange methods In
Receipt. ...:......-..._....-_._- tS... the meantime selling their ; J
Warrant Issued .....niv___- -Nona fruit) to
Montgomery,.AIa. men who made and usually hogged

Balance .......,...__......... It.(5. all the profits while they invested -
Th Tl.awl M.wsuit.C...._ a. *. D. N.. a their and time and took all i d Y p I
t Balance from laat'report.....! SOS.18 money sbf .
Receipt ..____............. S.74 risks. : .. -
i Warrant,.owed --.. -..._ 96.66 The officers of, the association: arei t

Balance .I.I. .___i. '.... 170.67 B. C. filler, president:, M. D. Alexander. ///"CAMELS l are the moat refreshing,satisfying cigarette yon ,
'iu. i' A. S. Nelson, C.; II.. Funk, J.
DR. BUCKMASTER Balance from last repert.K* ..) In.4<1 W. )Miller, directorlJ H. C. Piano C.mS* reea/....' Vi ever smoked I Put all your cigarette desires in a bunch,

.Receipt .-..__.----..__ S 01 manager. has been foundto h..ooI..UIIoa/I7 then buy some Camels, give them every taste-teat and know ;.. \ -
I Warrant Issued ............. 1,4S work out so well for all .concerned ca _led peo",.. of 30 fOr.your. own' satisfaction that'in quality, flavor, smooth-< "' ., d _

Balance. . ._____. ___- 665,09: that it is probable that an ..II.eason"pool" agar "..or(..peok. body and in many'other delightful ways: Camels .,..In m .
; KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPATH e. a. o. r..e: will be carried out on the next ** {200 e/"es) *
,Balance from last report.. ___$ 77.ItReceipt jg 4aeenepaper.eoreref .class themaeVVea/ ?
....-.........___-.-. None shipping period. The names of the W.' ; .
) Warrant Issued ............ None men above all represent old growers .t ran fly oarron.recommend Camel. are an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice

__ __ __.- men who have been in the citrus line A/a Domestic tobaccos.: You'll not only prefer this blend to either
Balance .i _____._ .__ TT.lls. carton for thmAome w
n. D. N*. .. for a long time. It has been the custom or oBI*) mupptyor kind of tobacco amoked straight but you'll appreciate the
Balance from lat report ......I SO'. .of men to sell to outside buyers
STATE BANK BUlftlNG Receipt .' ...............___. .1* for.a long time to play the Exchange ; when youB.J.krBeUiTaeeCi,travel' remarkable full-bodied-mildness. and smoothrefreshing .

Warrant issued. -.?--..___.:-' 10.00 against the buyer, and thus profit by I I. flavor it provides! Camels are a cigarette revelation!

Phone No: 162 Balance ______ .______. II.17 the Exchange and its methods. This Wisetea-SeJea. .N. C. Camels win In many ..
I you so new.ways! They not onlypermit
Paid warrant a* per report of the year no man may come into the Ex- '
State Bank of Kl..lmmee examined, County and change after September lit and 18c a package ;you to.moke, liberally without tiring yourfasre .

.. School.. bero.ItOry' session were a*. follow: those outside at that time will haveto but leave no unpleasant dgaretty aftertaste or unpleasant

1+ General School Fund ...._._.-.UOl..0 take what the buyers offer or cigaretty odOC'ICompare .
i ____________
S S. D. No. S. Fund It 65
place themselves at the
IT11ZIE BSD, No. a Fund____________ 10.46 mercy of the .
8. 8 D. No. 6 Fund.. __________ 10.00 commission men of the northern Camel with any cigarette I .
Bill were examined and warrant markets It is just for .'
a .provision, in the world at any pricel! You'll
L C Issued E Powell a. follow..!. :upt ________,$16000 the man who profits by Exchange ",' ?-"&: t; ;. prefer Camel quality to premiums, 7 4 ,
IW JACkJOdVILUFIACmMCbovGbNMftMIVt W C Bass, M B P 1____________ 4 00 methods without paying his bit andhelping 1 t
rDibid6lootc W R Lnler. M B P I_______ 6.40 .protect the fellow that protects coupons or syftsl;
W R Godwin. M B P 1_.___.__ <00 him isnt entitled to much "
J S Cadel attorney ____u____, IS.60 con
Sielhllafodup Qf6ia Presbyterian church, rent __.. 0.14 sideration. ,
tol Bratton A Qulce, rent ______.. 6.00Ml I owe a great deal of til'1 t ; J.
office wk__ 16.00 sowed
Rhea Pherlaro
to Mr. Piano who
Knrt of Gty.SerJ for BookleTVMWU H N Bratton, at ofncer-_____ 100.onMl me
usnrm. VnWR i a *. Ola Carapbell. *ch S_____. (5.00 much of the interesting sights bothin J.t
Mr. Louie Huff, ach ._u_____ 1I .00Mr and around Kissimmee. My visit
Rhoda Lucas. *ch 10______ 65.00 to the and home of B. C. Miller
A A Knight *ch IS___----_____ 100! .00Mr grove 'T t
was certainly enlightening as to the
A A Knlarht. *ch IS 70 00Arlle i'T
O. F. KRIBBS A. AKERMANW. A Arnold, *ch 16__:::::: (0;OflMl possibilities of the soil and climateof
J. BTEEDKRIBBS .. Bertha. William. *ch. 18._ S5.00 the Kiaslmmee section. Mr. Mil-
L. !>. Jordan. *ch 40___________ 60.00Mr $
AKERMAN AND STEED D B Spence, labor *ch 1__ 200 grove is very far advanced indeed _
1 ,. A Prather, repair tocar 12 04 and he should get to the market -
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&It.raers ) Ce ler* at Law.KlaeJeaeae Valley etc ft.00 F
Oatrtte. stationary with his fruit the very
*. Fe> 0.. Hdw Co., material" repair 110.OOO among .
m Hdw. Co. supplies _______ 600 earliest, from all Indication. Out-
al la all State ... I7.l e. Canon* Farmer Insurance ____ SO M side of his oranges and grapefruit 1 I u ,

t, State Cmrt. A B Vance, record A blank_ 112' .SOW saw aboOt everything in the fruit _
U Tel Co tele.ram.I..U line that think of. Lemons
you I ,
,T J Applryard compulsory
attendance blank ______ *K'j >>o all the varieties of guavas, grapes
W. B. CRAWFORD :M Cooper, repair ___u____... ..IZ.115J plums, pearaand over seventy loquat ,ship and the officers are: H. C. Stanford -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW H Baladen. bal for cenu.. ZII.OO trees. home of these fruits be- president; A. S. Nelson, vice- .e
A H Filler.. tel. A stamps____ 10.14 president; Sam L. Lupfer secretary; . M
Offices: 3, 4, I 6), 6, and 7 Citizens Walter Bass Jr. painting car. 6 90 ing of the sub-tropical kind leads one E. D. Katz, treasurer A very nice >r
tabor ______:_
6.00 infer
N F Ba**, *ch 1 to a lot about Kissimmee'*
Bank Building. E L Orovn, painting *ch 1____ frost protection. If booklet has been printed for free distribution
A J MacDonough architect ___ SI.JO my memory and much detailed information
Kissimmee : : : : Florida Kiss)' Tel. Co.. phone rent____ 1.60 serves me rightly this is not Mr. Mil can be obtained by addressing I
ub notice' _. 00 ler's only and he has citrus
grove more WRIGLEYS
''eldlrUd...;: Ir .. It 66 fruit than I saw about the secretary or any officer
A E Drought Insurance *ch 1 6.00 twenty- Kissimmee is the county seat of
DR. R. J. DENNING two .
B a Hancock, eup *ch 17____ 6.10O acres.Mr Osceola on-the lake I
county, mentioned
DENTIST. B Wood II. takingcenu._._ 76.0 J F Daniel, bids ach house 26 624 60 -'and the county officers are
in the
and of the
Successor to Dr. W. W. Carson. Oeo Chandler, labor. *rh 20.... 8:26 county some housed in some good and substantial
Over the Postoffice. O B Woodall labor ich 1.____ 10.1\0 grove I looked over is older than buildings There are fine _
Robt Riedel Co material *ch 1 S6 this, and was planted.. I understand. garagesand
OFFICE HOURS: S to IS:SO. 1:10 to (. E L Green, painting fire rmc'm__ lOt.7! by Mrs. Miller father. .I noticed lots of well-stocked business
W B Maklnaon, repairing sto\as a11: houses, bank. of the finer kind, and
Office Phone 158. C Hi Powell, .zps. to Tallah'e.. tome tremendous oaks in the large lots and lots of good looking homes. a package
State Bank, Interest __.____.. SO.00 front yard, chickens, pigs, field crop.,
The cattle deserves
M E Stevens,. agent frelghtj404 milk and quite a. sizeable broodof industry special 5 ,
S. S II. Mew L mention but I could not find the men ,:the
LEWIS O'BRTAIIATTORNEYATLAW ;J" I Cumm" . clerk el.cfon. S.00 cOi' bluntly children. I asked who could give the necessary infor before war
H B! Hedrlck Inspector election t.00'|Mr. why he'wa.. an >>'
E William do .___ __... 2.00s.a.21.N. [Exchange member, and he ..ald"I mation as to just how many are ,
I .. f i IH j .. S. '.m' a member because experience in roaming the ranges. Possibly there
f' !v M HilL clerk, election-----. SAO '
was a round-up going on .nel"ff so,
Waring Building H H Hull. Inspector election.. 2.00iD selling fruit has taught me that I
A Smith, do .....____.____ S.00.H can get better, and more profitable I am sorry I could not be present.I '' I. t''
(+ N Tyson do 2.00 (.results through the' Exchange than have seen some of them In-our c a package ,
I f .. n. i:1Y-'ii---- western country but Florida is
so -
rs Jekastoa O. P. Oarry llI Osceola Hdw Co. upplle .... Tin in any other way. This is short anditerlenc.othat different from the usual western 5 i v "
Phillip* Bros, supplies* ...... 1546O it is the voice of ex- .
I JOHNSTON t GARRET" r% A Gainer labor -..-........ l..ogI : ( speaks, for" surely over ranch that I know I should have en. during':: the :war ,'. .
C' 1 I The following > teacher were appointed I joyed it. I was told by Mr. Harris .
ATTOENET-AT-LAW; ;, '..twenty-three years of growing and that previous to. division : ,: .. '<".: .:':i\h, v .:\,' '

Office 10, 11 and 12 Citisens 'BaalBuilding I I Mrs. Iris, O.Klaessasee Bchuck*. ,prima,", Inplace I marketing man. should show ,the, .light} to there were upwards, of county 100,000 ,head i j: "r'"' I/!,. "."';\ ""!? '" .-I' ,

of Miss Ruth Clark, reclined; any in the valley V 'i'M
KINI..... Fla. Miss Ellie Huffh Milling sixth grade; I The Kissimmee Valley Gazette; I understand that in Osceola county .
Miss Claude Harrison, seventh grade; fine had
published here
-.Mis.,Lucille,-Beall. French! and history its origin under its present editor, 3.000 acres have: been: planted toCltru. package! '"
examination trees. Of this there ,
(subject to ,W. B. Harris in 1895.) At that' time acreage
I St. CI..... 'k I ars approximately 1,500 in bearing w.t .
I Miss Rose MCKen'e.' eighth grade ,there were;: four papers In Kissimmeeand
In place of Miss Fletcher reigned: the population was but 1,100. At groves and more "coming in" all the NOW,1 *

I Miss. J. M.Ruth Marshall Bleech,' was Mr*' anf:1"\ supervisor -' '; j,present there is a population of .,.32 mately time. The 160,000 county boxes,ships of fruit approxi-yearly. r;

GDBSOl.FBBJIlEB.l lp' : of colored .school No.. Si. and one ,newspaper holds the Held. ; -f.
There is
an abundance of water '
,. Deer Park.C. To me it looks like the.survival. ot protection '-
I E. Yowell and A.. J, MacDon. the fittest for Mr, Harris,., in association : afforded ,by numerous lakes '. ,
that'they bad Inspected : lying, in or adjacent: to the county! ,
,0Ulrh with E. G. Vans Agnew is
SELLS ,! ,the new building at Aihton for certainly out a newspaper; Of and its proximity to the ocean. These 'THE FLAVOR' LASTSfSO :'h':' .r
bodies have an ameliorating effect
the1 school and recommended ,
colored <<: sterling worth as to be a decid- .
that it be A warrant for led upon the climate and,it very*rarely '
I| asset to any town. '''I chatted with ;'
a Accident and $624.60 was ordered .drawn in ,favorof 'Mr 'Harris time and he occurs that the fruit grower in Osce PRCEi ',
Fire; Life. ,/ ; quite' some : DOES THE ( ,
I J.'F..Danle1% the contractor. ',The :iII i full anecdotes and can/*quote ola county suffers from the effect of ;
? frost. All the river
along 'valley
i I committee further reported on thWpaira facts and for full infor
' t Health Plate Glass Liability , 1 figures your ,
section will be found that I
St.- Cloud groves pro- ''
, at the ,
neceaaary matton.
-with no; hesitation whatever. I .. .
and recommended'that J. F.jDaniela .' duce;the Anest'orang sa and grape ;.
building : '
and: Boiler Insurance. !The office. occupies a, nice building fruit that ,to ,the northern mark. "; .. ... ,_ I .
I be given I the contract at .". go ..
) 'r.l ;
a .. ., : and is'"modern, in .all respects. : eta., ,The becoming III' ;,. .
," Eliecutcdt $352. ..The report ''wms 'accepted and The", Board'of Trade' seems to befall ', industry-each: year '..l".. ..., ''i" ,
profitable to the
Legal Bond : the work;'was ordered completed,, be, that the' name implies,' if'"one more county, ''1''. '
,',,, fore the ,achool opened., "t I*were to Judge by/':the. amount of, and each year. many new- "',groves, are 'of<' .
t S me"Day Needed.OFFICE I'I On account or the number'of': pu- |{visible and projected improvements. being set tout. >< "

pUs!) at Campbell and Deer' Park:. the t There 'of room for experienced ,
.. I1 was told by,,at least one good member stockmen II'1
to locate in the
board increased ,the salary ,of each .
( i that it was born of necessity, -1\\
school $5.00 month. ,land ,county and take up fenced* rantos) ,
L St.ti i Bilk ;per : '. was 1 being fostered by a town for breeding,cattle for a market that
Biildiif ,
: in' the
I ; J..H' Baicden turned complete -
$ i I' spirit that hardly .knew the' meaning .
{ takes all here is to offer and at prices
census of his district, and a i'
of the word faiL With so many obvious 1
warrant for-129$ :'wae:ordered drawn that are very profitable to ow.. 1 f4 IH
F , ,. advantages for civic improvements ,
Fr in hi 'favor aa' the .balance\due him. ,mere Several large companies' have ,
I- it short of -
seems nothing murder ,
r '' Cloud -Tribune ,desiz-1 recently .been formed to :enter, stock l'i
The St. pas that,
' to''neglect, those things
s J. W. THOMPSON nated to publish the aemi-annual" "rex would :makethe place' more attrac- production, in';than Osceola', county on a I H
krger J ever attempted
of the finances.,.
port tire, easier to'' to and 'better to
; The chairman I and county anperintendent tae heretofore in' the district: :: .There are Il
live In. And so Board of Trade i
f z Funeral. Director ,were authorized'( make *r- waelboyn.There', 1 i. a. big member-I whir" silos all ,over the:county, in
rangemente'withthe State' Bank of is stored ensilage for the feeding ee ;

Klssimwee for;a loan-of ;;$3000 for Sli : of Improved breeds of hogs and ,,

'i'iI ,'AND three,months to meet Current' expen u eii8it1l"g'. (while the marketing of, this meat- r .Q ,

eea-of-the.boardt_ : :. ._ ;Mosquitoa i. the developed stage attained the \
LICENSED fMBALMfR R'fi' was. drawn to ,paylntemssnisame.'Theboardourehaseda' mimeographmachine r :f <-, -.,. ,i cattle industry;each year is seeing a .

\ ;. of Fielder A ,:Allen'Atlanta, Trying. to Exterminate) These Car-i big'. increase and hog raiser should -t ,

: "- Bt.r. andChap.1;: steWart Ave.Y Ga., for superintendent's office. Acre of'Malaria and Other, Deadly won occupy: place:of .prominenceAmong ..
". ac
;Germs. cattlemen. .
? .
'f' There being no.:further business.the ? '
1rJeslmmeA Fla..y.. board adjourned to meet October : : -: "I| There is undoubtedly ,big money : ,
.... .
l'r" ; ... .' '.
Scientists the here alao-I. Irish .
Cth. say ,that mosquito In potatoes mean. .,...' -,
I must go. Yean ago they. were looked ,!potatoes. ,. The 'land'', contains all the T' tar ,, ( "

". Tr THE, VERDANT VALLEY upon/only, as D1 Iancea".but every.. necessary ingredients to'raise large . . :
;:' 'TILLER' one now knows that they are a.vital' crops' ,of, the better marketing .kind. I -

.M.. .. , ., OF :'KISSIMMEE danger to alt:humanity. .Yellow Fever -',Of course a potato crop is:only part >
I I. .
! { I { :r malaria and many other diseasescan of) what can: be raised on the same

i--: Rea Lm. tt As (Continued Page .21 be laidright at tha mosquito's land in Florida.. It is possible to follow LOOIt MRTrIL -

r:. there are 40,000 bore in sicnXt( door. Government, atate ana city this with a should and then a ; RrD BAiL,

t coming season which is 100 per cent health departments are) trying hard 'bay crop. There be no' elitmatic TRADL.I'Wt1CT1I -

bought and,sold.Houierreated. increase and-then some, The. present to exterminate him but that will not;I. ''reason why all the vegetables : ..../'
', : ., machinery<< :' is to enlarged and additional came for years. .'(cannot be raised here, and with the .FJWIAI1' A

i+ Tuas paid end Titld veril.i space made for twelve addi- In the meantime we must protect tine transportation facilities reach .INI II-

. :. tional packers., It will 'require about ourselves..:'. See' that proper screens the early winter, market in the-best i Q 01 ,
tT: for DOD-ruida'' : seventy-five--employes, _ln-- Jtheflel4 are.'placed "In the 'home and spray 10f I sha There- are about a million sr"".. ";,.. I fi a

,. F.... cif.. .and AccMeatla': , and in the house to care for the house anY'W1tb'TORME T.,acres: in Osceola county and I am of ,I.1bUa 4tOCERSr
I; turuce.j : this large amount of fruit .,and this TORMENT is death to Inserts. No the opinion that; while is not Shoot! . r '

j ,. means pay. roll for :-, A mosquito or fly can live in its gaseous I tillable due to lack of drainage I doknotbeSieve '". .

Indemnity; BoDda., 1'011'11I good' for business,.'and vapor TORMENT will not \ that more than 10. per MAXWELL, HOUSEDCOFFEE

.. .. .. .!. . ...<.. ........ metimes'ae I l their), businessmen'! harm clothing Or ,furniture and has I I'cent of it is in cultivation. '"Conse-
la of
fruit to outsiders 'quently. plenty
absolutely no effect on human beings. you see t f:)
,. in preference to_ eeomln., an Sold by druggists general stores room and land values havenot;, soared .
I If yon .b.v. anything to sell. trade Exchange' member. :;- .: and dealer...eve be...._ .The price beyond the reach of,the man with

w .'t 'f' .1'. .exchange tIT' our clauided tvlu6nrii ,. The Exchange' here will be just, \ .,is 25. c' ,per bottle} do' not*! pay more'" "',tmoderat.means" ,\; ;;. A, ' ,,i" ,.. h '.., t, ,.

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:< ,KISSWMEE. VALLEY:GAZETTE l Like .Watcher i in.seer.the Trcetop') . .1 bear What kcree; good nave house citrusfruit pine you.and u W outbuilding..r"D.beginning A. Parsons bargraln.; 10ecrea to of head room cypress of house cattle timber and looee'and'kitchen'.a on.irood,traot the bunch Also] four.i.ofrange .,, r I''''.'

*! .9.IItpdFAJlJolEJls hogs on rang
Bolt 111. Klaalmmoe Fla. l .
fhefcttake and- Implententa
Bvery Friday. DINNERS Farmlnatool lA"i'
e' .I_ xI....__". Valley &....<. Caa. .e.7 Did Austria ,REGULAR 8.nd today for a free aamle Sated near Kenansvllle. Price I.,*OO.- I,
.' fatal...... n_... sign the/peace/. treaty half terms to suit B.:
.< Why of cour.eS! copy of the Florida Farmerand H. Caabkb.lanc. ..., Fla. II-tf ,
tockman. at Jaoheonvllle ;
1' w,\M.- rMlrat. .. .e published .
Harrta. .
rw. .. {'""n .10.-,. ...Vmmm; --.ewr:\...........' '" .If-the.United.States goes -Into Beginning Monday September 15, Tell, poultry'about,llveatoek citrus fruit and' truck dairy.Inr FOR *ALB-Secondhand Ford Motor oar.attractive ",
"r. .. '. . log, twice a month at (Oe yearthree prices. psce0la ;
Twe.b. - - New 11I League of Nationsand Old .
"J 'tb'l we will-serve Regular Dinners from year for 11.10./ Only livestock Co.. IOT Broadway' ,
ent Whiskers down in Mexico :
.. -i VH.> .* and general farmingpaper in the .
\; One Copy.., One MVsTeVaBVaV' Tear-_...__$l.01 +what ',will 'happen along the I '"12:00 to 3:00 .o'clock'for .t.... Writ. today. FOR SALE.-, My< room D..O.eottA.1iU.Bro.dway. Mer.tpn .
'.., Oaa Copy' Six )(...tb...____ 1.00 fence II.. : - '_..
( .T'e Street. Akron. O. a
One!,Copy Thr. Months....__ .iO . FOR 8ALB-Eighty acres: 1> acreacleared 16 N. Walnut, n.7t.pel,
50 Cents'l and under fence I i acres In
'. If you want to do something that ,
communication* except: from our 1L ---- ------
authorised correspondents,, must ..b.I .I will help\. our town and give you the .'
irned by the write: comfy feeling of having done a good 't
Rejected matter will pot be r.turnidbal. deed. vote for the ,new .city charter -
...., _. called i >for. _tomorrow.. School Children's Dinner serv'edin.booths -" 1
(Entered In the ." .'eIt '
Poatof floe at
at 40 Cents.
V' u _eq? Florida, ... eeoond-elasa KI.lm-1 I has been said that' the human f
body i. liable to something like two 'J:(
FRIDAY.' SEPTEMBER 26, 1919 I IN ;[thousands diseases. This Is a whole vj '1f''
,t lot but we'll\ that ROGERS' CAFE
electlonl, wager not many e I IS4
Remember the:city charter. ;;;*>f them will hurt any worse than an I I
toomorI' W., overgrown' corn on the southwest .J
,corner of the left hind foot. .. . . ...................... .................... ......
: I e 'u
+' \Willis Powell' Is now: secretary of I W e' : Just been reading about the I .. O \,. ,

+ the Lake. County; Chamber of, Com- demand for a more elastic currency city property for city taxes for authority..141. the to followingdeacrlbed sell, at public. or real private -'tJ<<

> erce.IV .,. :and the idea salts' us. We don't care same ma for State and County taxes.!estate. In said << ' :
1'a dill pickle what they make it of The expense in any case, not being lots Four (4) ;'/lvoiU( ) of Block
: 'although would rubber, over 16.00 over and above the sum Twenty nO) of the 8 F. Railroad '
we suggest
If i you pay '.your city tau.,. vote Company'* Addition to Klielmmee. 5 (v
to redeem the outstanding
but we want it to bo stretchy enoughso required Florida,
less a atrip si* feet four inches -
for the charter 'arid help make- the ..
I that a dollar will cover a pound certificate. off the Northeast sideof said
: ,other fellow:'pay. This, will lighten 1 of beef steak ,and a half dozen ggs. Under the new charter it would be Lot Four (4). _
. ai the burden on'all.Keep' foreclosed in the Circuit Court -as upon ,
the petition for such .. now on '1'
l President Wilson is a fighter. He mortgage lien, and the costs wouldbe file in said Court. = ..r.-
smiling,.:and"'walk' to" 'your I has*an ideal that he believes Is vital in most instances greater than I I Dated. (.:September Ut'. A. TT 1919. \.,

:work if ,. wish to avoid the flu! this 'to the human race and he is fighting the amount to redeem by from -$50 41-tt. FLORENCE L. SAVAGE. Ouardlan.. i SAM'S MAILS arejafe and sure and our splendid, '
.ouI for it' with all the vehemence of his to $150. There would be no purchasers >
winter is the ad vies given out by tho.United ,great .indomlnablewill.. When the and the city would pay the cost. t VINCLE facilitier for giving prompt attention to mailed depoiits are ,
il. Stales Health $,rvlee. .. i
: j nations met in council Versailles ** : G.J: KRIBBS. Classified Advertisements
the, crossed the ocean to fight for it i the result of a careful studied effort to satisfactorily serve a large i ,
_ y One of1 Kisslmmee's. 'young men there. He returned home bringingthe . '
< t .:went:.out .in a skiff 'last week and product of his toll only to find VOTE FOR THE' NEW CITY FOR SAI-B.-A aqua re piano cheap and constantly growing list out-of-town depositors.
it likely to be defeated in the Senate. Apply to Mra. Drought, Hammock
caught'''twenty-two fine trout in acouple This aroused the lion in him and he CHARTER TOMORROW Prove. _41-tf.

'of .hours'.b7-fromne a bacon is appealing directly to the people COME TO TOWN
.line., How's, that, for sport :over the heads of the obstructionists I near Klaeimmee a man really willing :
'who, have ouxht to discredit his 'ef .eiTAKDIAN'S NOTICE TO SELL REAL to work Should worthy of an '. uI
ESTATE. unusual preferably be USE THE MAILS i .'N
forts finglehanded and alone I
Look>> out girls I Five thousandBritish .bel -- a salesman; other-wlae a man c
women: to obtain hurls 0>I. defy into the faces of his .IB Covri of O.n.*y Judge. Stele of know something about a'w or
; -are determined enemies and .tries to arouse a nation Klorlda, Omrrolm C:..drIce truck arrowingPart time will do j ,l lj
American _husbands, and will of one hundred million people to I .1 OllyZ.Ile ...... at flrit. Wing, Ohio.Seed Company Mechanlcaburg If yon will drop nt a line we will gladly leD yon ..
Estate II.
pon"arrive( ,In the United States, says come to his aid, and save his ideal, Re MI.... j ''
a> ,,communicationfrom; New: :York. the League of Nations. It is too: Notice la hereby given to all whomIt ,FOR SALE--One Emerson Typewriter more" about it, and incidentally a few good .' 'J
( Florence L. Savage model three visible
1!early to say what the outcome .will may concern that aa good ai new ,
a> Guardian of tbe Estate of Olivine Apply Valley tfc
The average farmer does not real.t be. If the League of Nations Carries Zella Savage a minor will on reasoni why yon should use Ibis bank. "
and proves to be as beneficial. he .the 6th day of October, A.. D. 1919 WANTED-Practical nunln Maternity -
ice ,how: great/a part an efficient thinks It will\ his name will hence- apply to the Hon. T. M. Murphy, County cases a apeclalty. Phone 10*. Judge In and for said County at Mra. Mary E. Kamca. :,/!
arc I.' .kitchen, plays in the profitable conduce forth be among the immortals; but hi. office In Klaelmmee In said County - tg-4t-pd.
of his farmNote the number if he is defeated his great effort will at 10 o'clock a. m., or a. soon WANTED-A cook. ; white woman at
t'f.rmn'Whlch'h...... the- water supply' be classed as a dreary, drab failure. I thereafter a. the matter ran be heard Park Hotel. 84t.for :
a good scrap
V ;more' convenient for ,the barn the fighting is clean and courage I.I is DWELLINGS Tiller.!: rent. Apply to M x

V than;the' ,kitchen.RJ .. i i"Herberl ,Jin I evidence. and so everybody admires BERMAN'S SPECIALTY SHOP .1
WANTED-rTo lease for
the President's fighting qualities ; one year
i, ;J Hoover says he expects to whether they believe in his idealsor Cor. Pine and Orange Ave. near with option a good of village buying within email farm easy

see A a big drop* in the price of food not. Whatever the outcome of Phillips Building Orlando, Fla. walking distance from graded szI
school. I
Prefer one that has been
l this campaign may be, the world will
The best about this
soon. thing pre- not soon forget the time when Wood- "lfho.ett'.rI.:3.ltr; farm and
diction !'is ,thati'Mr" Hoover knows row Wilson made six thousand miles! with photo If Give poaalble.full description In .
d i 'don "about the foOd, situation than of speeches to arouse his countrymento The first letter. State lease and also I RESOURCES $750,000.00 Capital $100,000.00
purchase price. Harry W.
any; one, iud, :what he. predicts is'pretty'apt see. their duty as he saw it. Haines, Long Ial.ndVI.. Center
an wWJ5LflW Harbor, New Hampshire\ 40
tocome true.
4 WILL YOU VOTE FOR THIS Shop FORd SALE.-SO chickens. Officers and Director: ", .:
S 'J.A communication' from Washington CHARTER? C. A. CARSON President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY. V-P.
t states that the 'field kitchen of FOR RENT-Two ( !.
room apartmentwith .
( / : Mr... Editor screened J. D. JEFFORDS Cashier
: : bath and porch tit
'the kaiser of will
,Dernier Germany All
Tomorrow the taxpayers will have They per month: three room apartment N. B. CARSON M. KATZ
T>e.presented to, Smithsonian Institute -f 1 to decide for or against the proposedpew 114; four room apartment. 111. Bln- *
V as a'war trophy. If the pricey ,i, city charter. Kle Include room! ,water 09 per and month.llg-hta.This House C A. CARSON H. FLEMING.

'01 food, continues to soar many. a !! Nearly one-third of the 115 sections' Talk About! E.pleasant Wells, close 11' Mabbette-Bt.In. modern. Mr.ltf.E. N. C. BRYAN; E. L. LESLEY. .,.
and than one-third of thei
kitchen of the :great American: borne morn J/WADE TUCKER-Directors. 'j
printed are devoted to taxa- FOX EXCHANGE r residence In .
L .will become trophy ... Ition and the issuance of interest Showing new Fall Suits in the Klaalmmee.. 40 acres good citrus and ;'i
bearing obligation to, be paid by season's newest shades and styles. farm Innd in Wilson Lake Settlement -
f 'b'Kiseimie'a. . ; to acrea .One citizens .has taxes levied.
l charmingly simple in the straightlines I
'the belief that well-bred cattle'are a i I I' Section 61 provides for the levy. of and tailored effects, in Serge
paying investment in'Florida andhassuccessfully general and special taxes not to exceed Tricotines Velours Broadcloths
fact 25 mills and selections plain and fur trim- .
demonstrated that 1
V I I I Section enumerate live purposVes med. The i last word in the >sea -
:L' ..:along one line and''is starting anoth-. for which a.special tax of.5 I mills son's fashion. '
it',series ,of experiments,. If.verT' may; be levied, for a period of fiveyears (
\ man.:would have 'the, courage of his and against which total tax of Newest and smartest interpretations -
'Ii 25 mills certificates bearing 8% interest which we are able to offer 1919 .
'convictions' and would,' make*an effort ... Cash Basis u..,
"' may be issued yon by buying direct from manufacturers October 1st .
to -realize his dreams wbat\ a v Section 87 says "The City of KIs-. at old time prices
boom I this Tection would, ..... It is. sinimee shall have the power to issue ,

Inaction that is av.;community's. wont and sell bonds for municipal improvements Especially priced at .
.. ):
,for the payment of '
3, 'V-'
? enemy.r standing indebtedness for the refunding Q .% ..
: of bonds, or for any jother $39.95
If you"are"interested In"knoirhlg purpose not to exceed in To Our Friends and Customers

k V" whether the)light and water plant is amount 25 per cent of the assessed to \ .. :
t"" value of. all real and personal .
making or losing money. vote for property

the charter.. The board 'of,'public bonds within issued'the shall city bear.limits.interest" The at $95.95Value. Owing to' the high price and scarcity of goods in t ,

b. works, provided, for in the',charter I no greater rate than 8% nor be sold ,
'wilt handle only 'the' 'funds, ''Of the at a greater discount than 10%. How all particularly shoes, we have found it neces-

utilities nlaot,- and their books ;will many-25% loans could the city stand .. offered made possible only. I

rr ','be opal .to, the 1 pnblie. It. 'can then and, The'remain proposed solvent method of collecting. sary to place our business on a strictly cash basis, and : 'I 1' x
,..,. "be!;determindCwbether the consumer delinquent taxes would prove a fail- By Specializing will do October- ,
beginning 1st.
\ .f. pay: ing"too.mncb'or, not enough for ore -and.add enormous expense to the so,. ,

,., .daaben*;J.* M dlties.' -At: ..preHDt.JnoODe city.. ,A tax: deed can be obtained for ; .

*,' knows, and; hcre "seems to be'Aoway -.-. I We'purchased;',a. large stock ,of shoes for our fall j A

'- : of determining' )whether ,the : .,

i ,plant '.is' making ''or losing: money trade, 'and have} 'just:received: :notice; from the 'wholesalers .N 1

*'/.,out,The for high,.pori'school thIa year boys notwithstandijng v,are ,.going- WE STRIKE, that .it will1e'.l:impossible. to supply all..the goods ..J

the fact:that most 'of their.... 'which '' ordered the manufacturers '
we ,as unable
send. players have left-for, schools of ,.. are \\"i : .

? ,It take' a nabtare .'As Strikes are ,all .tbe' style; .nowadays, "..'1 hav", condudedto: to supply:.them.,on-.,account. of strikes and other hind f. .

tof eourag.Vaggression; ;and pep to join,'and go with tbe 'crowd, but,'We' .ar:' striking' for lower prices; : -

?;face"'hI1.thel a'sgoadlof: brutality pigskin which ngnters sometimes and Instead. .of higher.wages,, aa you;wig "..; from, the J..followingj- ; prices, I;:rances. We,; are:'promised .80 per cent of our ,,,order, : '

.f., '>:;f.atarss.this'game' .is deplored, It'Is but even 'thiswill be delayed.With I .

:"' generally: aceeeded that foot ball These: Prices ,.Are'For') CasfySirictlyHndnnts'Meal "A >V .
*. .
t: .trains ..the muscles; Increases the 't"
'mental{ :concentrationand : .. : \ ,. this condition confronting us we feel '
will likely ,
compelled :
i (> .*nablettbe r. ;.'players to stand .pat, in 5.1t>...._.. .25. White Bacon;,. per pound-...!; ..JJ2 '. t

:;t.clDc"'the more .critical situations 'of .Hudnuts, Grits, 6' lbs......,.j ;.25-.: 6. bang J, Octagon; :Soap::.,........ :.50': to 'go on.,a"' cash. ;basis. By selling for cash. weeliminateall'risktof .":

,; .At-any.rate t '' rciarPoek'rda'Be2iniNor2' ,; -.-t5- -bU. P.A.Soa.p:: ; _.:.r.. :bOY, : '-' W
accepted, Institution In the 'school i\1 can..Tom.toea.; No.2.rwf''[ 0 bars"NapthSap.r..r.: .. ..60 ,from bad- ,. accounts and, will. :

;.' and ,the' boys: are: ,deserving of the '2 cwine'; .&-"....'',1': : ;.. .25 11''bars'. Export'' i Soap.?':- .50,. be able'ta make :lower'prices' and the h'' ..
) will
., .aupport of ..theathletic '(enthusiast. ,*. I': ; 11*,pkgs. Grandmas Washing . .: :, : change redound .j
v ,2 .bofc BuUh 'Ca IUP.. ._' :,25jl < '
?hen tbe" season: b.ginLFWhile .J, I ; \, % .. ... Powder' ..-.-.._...... ..60l :to 'the benefit, of bur
"* .--.- ''No 2 1\8trlng.tBeansl. :'J25 : customers 'as well u'our
.;cans, \ : 11'' pkgs.'. Light, Hoase':,.Wl.:. 'M. -
:: _thesugar'!, shortage ''which l: 8 ,,packages'Gold;: Du.t.-: .._ .2 t. 24-lbs/. Pillsbury ..Flour ..... 1.85 '

this'section: is ,experiencing+lust\now ., Floor _...- .,96 '" 55
It'' 2 pounds Navy Beans. .. .25' 12-Ibs Pillsbury "selves.We 0;. .
:hit Inconvenient 'tuf misfortune;
""a pounds Cowpeas, _,...._ ..25.. Honey 'Boy\S.\ Rf.lDe" ,I

rl( ..f;/liner possibly, the ban Is a'bl.saing was, lifted In diiguise.IWben off 'the i ,Kerosene! 6il" .:gallon s.:..:':._", ,..20 Lady)Clair S..'Rising.."24-lbs' 1.70, < will be glad to have any of our customers \l, '

:': sugar barret>",the close of;the war Oat+ '. Meal ,p.cltae-o"-:; ; ;12 Snap,.Shot, Self' RlaMg.r.. ,1.70 in"and talk the I
:1' Macaroni bs',._. 8.80Spagbettir8 drop matter over and i believe
,. ,8 :packages' ..__._. ,.25 Oats 100 ? we we ;
"probabljenry'/lmerleaa family
ret "
t aetid from'the: long period .of _ab->>: :: packages-. ,;';_W.,. .25 Corn' 100 Ibs r..1: : 0 ; show them wherein the

'.thti.aaandkpinnped-into-anwnnpre! i Lard, per pound.'J-::/'......,;,! .80 Shorts, ;100. \Its. ....fc.J..I_.*I : call .. change_ will be to ,their ;_ ;>.

!, :eedented' :of this eO ''modlti. Morejpastry '
use '
'}- sweets and.Sandy -went:conn ,In fact, ,..we*. will"'jel/ everything have k in at a 'reduction- ,'- ::.- _.
: '
-? for cash.. Money: talks,'you know.;: Yourrchlldren: :wUlbe used"Just" .. '
;- r:$ ... ei than Is g nerallygoodfor the well as yon wilL .Call and-look as,over.'' .No trouble to :how goods.CUT .

*veragedlgestionandwhUelthishajs9ikely : "', -- -.- -. - ''I -:
; slowed'up somewhat, Its the ,1 (4., H.; C.ST NFO'RDCOMPANY

vwBcensus'of'opinion'that the t people PRICE )!' CASH' GROCERY "

Ct''-we ld, ovoid .many ills' by: cutting .. ." .
\ .
down, /; the I sugar? tsupply.; Even 4 Phona141 >422 Broadway ," _. I ..' x; q .- _, "...._,.

tbovgfa! tber'shortage continued,which:: ., : 1 :QUICK'IJ.ALB8: AND,SMALL PROFITS' '. '; I

|s'(>* '.Jfk""'.:H :viffb:.,ba !of 'general -Out of .Towa. .Orders. ,Give*'.Prompt, .Attention.. . I' . .--->..,. t- '. '- __. _ ,...:.." ... ., to-

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: 'T.heatte' S.: j).. Auitman' Is driving a'hand < \ < .. ., _L" I .t, .. ..1 ,i .. i ,.,. '.., .. r ." ..*' ;,.".:,, It....of.... ."' .:'f ",

Casino some Stearns ear which he purchased y . ... "
'T ITEMS OF A WEEK I from the local''dealer C. ET;( Carlson. .

week of septeintler29th' Miss Adah Louise,Simpson, left today ". 'fI
Matlae Dally I-p., mtE.turders. lap)> for Stanton' Va..,' where she -will ,,
Bogarts Ant: Poison, for sale by .p. m. enter the Mary; Baldwin.,,School for

'Central for' ant exterminationW. Drug Store. The solution.. . ,NiaHT. 8lt:_ _AM :-::t0., Talcum/ Powder a \

.." fragrant odor and',fine. Talcum, only
B. Crawford .who made trip \
a, 'InJlOlliD.1'1" t!
Alice Brady 25c and war tax,,, at, Central Drusr
; .
-to,, Williston this ,week--to ... .. -
b'jrep.nt ft HE! QIRt. WIMP.- :.. Store., .
ti at a' K. P. meeting, , .' -SeleclUh ,
".yesterday. I Episode > Mrs. R. B. Savage Uld'dauJrhter, '.
"THE! MAN'OF' MIGHT..TUESDAY Miss, Lena, 'Fortner. drove to .f
br' S. L. upfer left Saturday' for a few
1, few' weeks visit with his mother Mrs. 'Lint Cavallerl In .- Gainesville) Wednesday'for a
I;' ii t1 I p"r' Sr:; at her home In "THEVOMAN! Of IMPULSE.. days business and" pleasure. ,trip com
Hans, and! Frtti Cartoon bined. ;
Rightsville, Pa 1
'j' I ,e. ,4 nt.WEDlsEsDAY Sale -beryls strain of whiteleC'lu "
r ,
Mrs. Wade'Tucker
J. ;,, accompanied !
also old .
day '
>rn hatching ;
v by ,Misses" Lola Lawler and Helen'Bab Anita''ln. I ef'l'I
' *, )after October .A. E. Thomas C
motored''' S 'S ""FROM: HEADQUARTERS! 1(jehuc -f :
to Orlando
+ Wednesday- Vltarrafch.Mutt Telephone 2 5:8 rings Kiasim-
for,, a few hours. letr'In 'j

4 ( A party of fix ,planes'-J were Xllllllm-t A ;/FROZEN THURSDAYW. NORTH.", .. .m.Dr,-Fla.:C.:E.:/' 5 nway- ; who' recentlycame 40-tf. Two:';Dollar Seat :
fries visitors
iv Carlstrom Sunday, coming up from & Mart In"THB to this'city from Valdosta,. Ga.; ; : ,
S ftsld for week-end .
IS ?
has opened ,.an office over the post ,
with friend. in this I , Triangle. .
Loyd In. office and engaged in.the practice, .
Th. Bon Ton Hat Shop-"will have ."DON'T SHOVE,"' '_ medicine.. '
a showing of. fall and winter hat.t'. \L. '. ' ,
; FRIDAY'kaaimova 'be
'There will of Fall .
Monday. .Coat Suits Dresses'' Every Night .
and in :
; :.
and Winter Hat. at, the Bon Ton Hat
r.fe: Coats,will also be displayed. : ."OUT 'OF THE POO. ..ji" r
Metro Shop Monday 'when a, full line of> ,
:, Miss Martha R-lle Harrl., who is 'Oaumont news Reel. Coat Suits, Coats, and, Dresses. will .. ,
' ': i Ham A Budd Comedy.Prices J '
teaching in the
j Winter' Haven '
public also be
9 ", schools, came' up last Friday and, .Full I.-Sd'and ents. R B.displayed.Wbodham,. 'Lawrence Carr 'TLTQT the evening: may' be, and ';.lazy, JB t:the N'e'w .f:.
spent the week-end'with .her '
parents. SATURDAYWm. and Bob Bullock,_. returned Monday "
Mrs. Scott Souders returned to S. Hart In J/: - from Coronado.' They report very ;Edison is always ready always peppy. '
>, Tampa Sunday after a pleasant visit'S _"BORDER. WIRELESSArtcraft.!! .good sea bass fishing. Mr. Woodhamwill ?" ; ., ? ,.; J .
,+S. with relatives here. Mr. Souders is :Mack Sennet Comedy, leave tomorrow' for Fort Myers. .

v,,, now engaged at the advertising business "WATCH TOUR, NEIGHBOR." 'THOsE WHO IIAV J'NOT READ Place. it on the front porch, right where.lhe'' breeze. ({'is .4

p Tampa. Coming :Friday, Oct. 10th. Mary Pick. THE NEW CITY CHARTER .
Mrs. Parks Adair' and little daughter ford. In LON LEOS, !,SHOULD VOTE, ,AGAINST IT. coolest- nd ;all: of the joy' tnat'isr'n music comes to you.:: ,. "
7 Vivian Parke, who have been visiting .. "DAppY THOSE WHO ',I AVE ,.READ IT '
the family of Mrs. C. ,V Bear-, 0 \ ,
den Clinton left-this S mornihg C. for their homeat the Calvin week' Platt in town, on Cocoa business.Mrs. i4 is .pendful'l' <$: 40-2t. Every night, the New Edison 'is your two dollar seat; .. ...

At the Christian church-next Sun-
;.''. *+,, Mr. 'and 1. r. A. E. Drought returned -I' W. A. Drawdy of day the forenoon service will be asermonlecture --at the vaudeville musical comedy' opera-wherever ,/
i last week from Henderson- 'arrived Tuesday for a brief visit with "Rise and Progressof : ,
ville; N. C.. where they spent the pa-t her aunt. Mrs. J.' H. Pike. Leading Religious Movements"
)G several months for the. benefit of Mr. Mr. and Mrs.. Wm. Faulk, of Win- The evening sermon; "God's Personal your fancy leads. '
d' '. Drought's health. ter Home visited her si\\t'er.!< :Miss: Question to Every Man." 'Special ,

S Misses Carolyn Fripp Norma Grif Emma Hessler, last Saturday. music. Public cordially invited.. The favorites ,
tunes cf the and the bf r
fin. Margaret Stanford and, Mary'' No more moths) if you use No- Miss,Albina Smith, county 'demon moment, , ; hall
'S Tiller left Tuesday night for Tallahassee Moth. For sale by Central Drug stratlon agent, made a trip to Whit-
to enter the school term at Store. 12.00. but It's worth it. It is tier last week where she found increased time, roll forth with a joyousness that makes everything ,t' ;
the'Florida State College for Women. guaranteed to satisfy. I interest in the extension 'If

,a, 0, The'ladie. of Kissimmee are (invited Ex-senator and Mrs. C. A. Carson, work. She is enrolling members in ; fresh and blithe and It makes feel
",, to visit the Bon Ton Hat Shop'and their daughter. Miss Anne Bryan her canning clubs tOt the coming gay. you;
Monday,' September 29th, when there' Carson have returned from Asheville year., cooler \\i
sit and listen
c will be a showing of Fall and Winter, N. C., where they have enjoyeda I F. W. Hill of Narcoossee, was inKISsimmee just to to '
; Hats, Coat Suits Coats and .
"T, Dresses. .- few weeks' outing. on his way
dc I( "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles. home from Brookville.', Ind. where '
L. B. Sparkman of Tampa, who 1. Hear It on the New Edison, "The he Had been on an extended visit to '+
a. Royal Vizier of the Dramatic Order ) Phonograph with a Soul. at Central his daughter' Mrs. C. B. Buckley. the NEW 'EDISON
Knights of Khorassan, was in they Drug Store. It's beautiful. e While away Mr. Hill visited also
city Wednesday night on an official! Mr. Bailey of West Virginia and in Ohio, Tennessee and Kentucky.

r 9d visit to the Knights of Pythias meet. Mr. Shaw, of New York, are recent I I ,C. W. Ward returned to Kissimmee "The Phonograph with a Soul" I

+; ing.THOSE purchasers of property here throughthe yesterday morning having spent ..
ti WHO HAVE NOT READ E. A. Strout Farm Agency, rep ,,the summer at Boundbrook N. J., '
THE NEW CITY CHARTER cesented by D. G. Wagner. and in New .York City. He was call- But remember it is only the New Edison that',,'
SHOULD VOTE AGAIN&T IT. Mrs. S. R. Pfeiffer, of 'Minneapolis: 'ed back earlier than he expected to _. ''
THOSE HAVE READ IT who was called here by the illness of come: on matters connected with the <. '.
) WILL VOTEAGAINST: ITv. (Adv.) her mother Mrs. J. H. Pike, expects I'defunct Heard bank, of Jacksonville, RE-CREATES all that dwells, \music.. ,. : ".1"
402t.E. to remain ,in Kissimmee for a week ITn which he was a large stockholder. ,I t'v
;j E. G. Vans Agnew received a telegram or two longer, before returning to I Percie Harrison and James Yates fir
this morning from his brother her northern home. are showing strings of fine trout CENTRAL DRUG STORED : ..
P. A. Vans Agnew announcing the THOSE WHO HAVE >NOT REAF caught In' the, lakes and creeks near ,.
p' arrival of daughter at hi. home in THE NEW CITY CHARTER here this week.. One string of five , ',"
Jacksonville. The MW arrival will SHOULD VOTE AGAINST IT. fish weighed' eight pounds. On Wednesday AGENTS *'* ,. t"r" .1'' ,
be christened Patricia. THOSE WHO HAVE READ JT young Yates went out in a 'if ,....

Hear Carolina Lazzari, the world's WILL VOTE AGAINST IT.-(Adv.)' skiff and trolled with a bacon rine r' ; **. ,;,:' ,\ -
40-2t. for a couple of hours and landed "
most famous Contralto on The New '
twenty-two trout.
?, Edison. Her voice I. wonderful and E. L. Lesley, who recently sold hishandsome I
'';J; "The Phonograph with a Soul" givesit ) residence on the Orlando I Charles Ray the celebrated star in I .
,ar... to you exactly as it is. No mechanical road, is preparing: to move his family Paramount pictures, will be seen at: INTERESTING MISSIONARY ,
tone., all true. Ask to hear herat Into his bungalow on Sumner street. the Casino Theater Saturday, in, his .
c Central// Drug Store.,, (JS He is having the rooms redecoratedand new North photoplay," written, "The by Law Ella of Stewart the -- ...,

1r: Dr: Lincoln Hulley, candidate for ,'November.expects to be occupying. it before Carson and produced by Irvin W. (Wrlttenfor last week.) .1'.
; governor, was in Kissimmee j I I Willat under the supervision of The regular literary meeting of the ,.
+ day distributing literature Wedn".1, Vernon Woodall retCrned Wednesday ,Thomas H. Ince which is its own M. E. Missionary Society held at the ';" .,
viewing voters. Dr. Hulley was one from U. S. service. He has been I trademark of excellence. bungalow Wednesday was exceptionally t .., .
of the leaders .11.the Senate at the across ,four time., landing at The Gazette Is in receipt of a card interesting', having for its topic .
last 'Brest and other Rotter-I V
of the 'and dam ,
session legislature Safe Socially. '
is Democracy
from Dr J. C. Davis,who visiting "Making
states that he receiving much en. ,France. He *only'I'Otrelea.. I ""
> relatives 'at Wichita, Kans. The card Mrs. D. G.. Wagner the leader l' "
11t S.'" S. 'cpuragement In his'race for gubernatorial -. from active duty but says all. that's. better contains a picture of the Interior of opened the meeting with an Wispir- ,."1"
leave at
"; honors. than no the Forum, a large auditorium in big .devotional exercise.Mrs. ", .,, ;
,"- ,which'he states President Wilson.will .,John 'fironson gave a compre ,,,..
',I'a, speak on the League of Nations. Dr. hensive talk on "A.Democracy Saved.
Davis will return to Florida the latter -Socially."
part of October. ,_ 'I The theme "Our' Task'in, Making. {
FALLMillinery Dr. W. W. Carson has Just returned Democracy Safe on the Mexican Bor-
'r-- from a pleasant trip, when he motored 'der" was d.veloped by clippings
to I bjis former home in Reynolds ,which Mrs. Wagner had 'prepared-
,and other Georgia cities travel- distributed lor' reading..
Ing some 1500 miles, in- all. Dr. Carson I Mrs. Hodnett made a wonderfully
? :OpeningFridayOct6ber has Just sold his dental ,businessIn interesting I talk on the'"MexicanDla-
Kissimmee-. and his trip was in the play at Cplumbus, Ohio and ,theprogram
nature of a rest, though it combined was concluded by 'a prayer
, ,, some element, of business also.L. for the Mexican people.As .
-' 'Missionarv ,
is the custom with the 1. .
A. Hakes, manager of'Orange F ,
the afternoon closed
? :.. County- Citrus Sub-Exchange spent with'a'genial"social hour when, Mrs. .

last ness'Tuesday eonaected Itj.with'the'-Ilcal Kissimmee' busi Ex- 'C. H. Summers. andMrs. .J..Z.}.Rob-delicious }CH Ewas :a,." j'e
\Orson hostesses,, serving a
'/ : change.',:In company with Mr. Plan} were salad course ,with' assorted ones l
j I MI'.--: Hakes'' visiteda f'/ number ogrovel { sandwiches and cooling ,fruit punch. iris : '"L .
'in ,this .section and madesome ', _____ __ : : :: "'
: .; 1
aliaJE sanai3
' : -r/ twltb &: :
$ : 19: acid tests' ot' fruit( buttfound, :: '
i : \ .k
: PLAY' .
none ready for shipment.'' MADE AT .-PORT- I : "\ .. 4'

'::Mrs..'. ,F.' B., Shipp 'ot.Greenaboio. ]; -i" TOW?! OF SONG. AND""STORY Wt azi aslierjailer-. : ', j ,"
'" -.. Ga. is the guest this week of Mr. 1 and then tJhe. .
.v AU the .Ladies fa Kissimmee and .ndMr.. W. C..JIass,, at their home 'One of the oldest, most:famous and I caine
a' Church'street. Mrs. Shipp will be most 'picturesque 'of seaport towns, inhiearliFeSHOALS" r
InYited on xeatcri sis. ;
Oseeola County (
arc ..o. ( ;
; "! well remembered as a. former' resident I Gloucester Mass "was 1 chosen by : 7 k: 4w. J a
I \-. ,to Attend.. this Opening.;.I \. when Prof. Shipp was in chargeof ,Nacimova?and ;'Albert Capellani'herdirector
the Kissjmmee schools some nine-,!' as .the place best fitted. forma
teen p.ari,al'O. Prof. 'Shipp Is now ': ,of the scenes in. "Out.,:of, the "
in.the .law ,profession'at. his, Georgia 'Fog. the j latest Nazimova .'production : [: J 'rA.
MISS'BAND Y' home. ... ' .in which this noted star will' be N.,1.ftl.'I'M' "
,- ':Judge and ,Mr. M.':H.tPorter, returned seen at the Casino Theater on Friday "
: '. : .. 1..l Monday from ;.an, extended ,'October 2nd.*. ', y:" ,;, , ,
: visit to Ohio. Mrs... Porter'Iett/here I;. "This old fishing:;town-:;.the home '
the first of June and went'to North of-the famous clipper ships, once the : ." iYJ ..; I. I

.l Dakota.. :Later Mr.!(Porter joined her:pride .and glory of t,Yankee captains : \
'. in. Ohio,'' and they were present al -has been sung- in song'and story
t. Columbus''when ,the' National En. and is the place where Kipling wrote OUTpmFOGt4b
ef the Grande-Army the his greatest adventure of the sea /
I ,, I
and wherehe
washeld..They guesti Captains Courageous
Republic were
: for week the home of their,son,, made, his home. while .he lived inAmerica.
a at
:: FALL rSHOES.r Venfcn In""Toledol'beforeom .- ItIs'-a town' filled -: ..." .y' AlS2lGCPSSr1 I4'"G'EPT4O
Porter /
and traditions of/the 2rSJ1.Q7: >1S y
,, starting,home. .- "',, the, romances : '
sea;and retains the customs; and '
R. Morrow; son'of Mr) and ; :
: .i manners of over. a century of seafaring ; ,
Mrs. H,.W. Morrow,1 left Wednesdayfor f
'.people. These .annen''and .
Lansing "'Mich.,' where he will enter .. 1: AILJ >& fa argue
into the *rum ty "
< ' customs have,crept pieturee ''' 5
"" In "-, --7' -
A.,C. and finish his course
-' rU I M. taken .bare and,make ."Out' of $he '
'" A'lar.e :shipment t' of{thigh. top Shoes has ,just arrived electrical 1 engineering, 'which course Fog", a' vivid piece :of'(-realism--a 1JlSLc:! ; ...... t 'I'
was interrupted two years ago by byMETROPic
real story of real fisher-folk..
at store foryour'approval l. and other, will l his enlisting In the service for uncle ',h ,' ."
;: _ojw Sam ',whU. attending; F.," at BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR' 1 "," '
it'. Gainesville ',Fla. Earl will this ., "i'I
"be comingin" right along nOw. ATHAUA. GRIFFINLittle .c... .yr ..
his "-: ; .
time be living: at the home:of ; c' ;...r- ,
1 sister, Mrs.. Frank Sandhammer 't/Jh
J; : We. are prepared, to. fit,the feet of' 'the..whole family also, was, a student at this college. Miss Athaln' Griffin celebrated . ', "

taking, domestic. science. year. 1912Drl her eleventh ,birthday with a
with just the kind of Shoes you want, and at'prices 13. '\ : ". pretty party Friday, entertaining a :
P"T : t ".: .; .' 3,.C..Moore,'formerly'with the number,.of"her..frle.ndJt..t .the"home I > See ,tat "
t that t,are low when igmpared'w'th'.. Osceola' Pharmacy"- but'now one of of 'her parent., Mr." and Mrs. J. J. u a "

_... _. .- .. --- ,. --- .. '- .. the' leading drugg4stsof Clearwater Griffin,''on 'Main 'street. : .
'fI and' chairman of the city1-council of Outdoor pmea"'-afforded amusement' T :
t ;
We. also take' 'orden" ..for, goads'to-meuura'clothing... , that ;city ,war in' Kissimmee last and much: time 'was employed :CASINO THEATRE ,
,, ;f' Friday'to Investigate -the ,workings .examining the 'partT" presents Miss '
\ that Is'right. ,, uD-lo-datew& : ".I and management of;the local e1ectrfelight Athalia received .in remembrance 'of :
.. .' :- plant ;: Dr.', Moore says Clearwater the day., ." FRIDAY OCTOBER;; 3,
is,considering the. purchase ofIts Punch and 'cake.wire" served at .. '

te- d "" ,, '" "public utilities plant and be was the conclusion-of,-the' fun.-'," .-z[....' . ._. :Prices: 15.,25 and 35 Cents -S. ., .. .

FRED:' S CfrZB, ;RTt : appointed, owned; plan te-otber and; report: municipally 'Le.twe' forget,- snow' is 'si .good FUIX ORCHESTRA' < -, -- ,SER :THIS I PICTURE i f:? ,, '::

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Decay. in tweet potatoes, whether best way to reduce.tbo cost of

.- Buffered For Yea r With .shipments or in storage, houses i is,, feeding herds or flocks during .the .
i Stomach Trouble. Nervousness. usually due to bruising anj cuttingWhen coming winter.-is to, grow an abundance -

Pains In, Back' and the potatoes are (dug.' The akin of good winter puture. If you X111
/' Limbs Dizziness of a ripe potato 'Is to-ip.h anj fairly have a good fertile soil,! you will have
and Con. aodifficultya producing good dlS .
dry and molds and organisms that a ."
atipation. AU Gone Now. causes rot will not attack a dry surface winter pasture. I IA

.. but when a potato is bruited. or In discussing the best crops to t
-, 'SfSafss AsynA bottle eo IDIM"ff cut and the inner surface laid open grow for winter pasturage Prof. J. Iii -
teat J as decay the M. Scott, animal Industrialist of the
v g a .ur begins immediately as
SfwSS .. ..... ..
.. atraat 4., YonkteD.r, starch present makes it the mist favorable Florida Experiment Station' say
** "la. place for- starting decay that on good rich soil or on a sol
*! r **Boeaajtlai.., begss B takes t Draco,"' aba A. P. Spencer of the Extension Division that has been well fertilised. dwarf
> d.
e'.wld.'t la eae a :n7IbIugIbare n College of Agriculture! frays essex rape will give an abundance of ,
,-.IUoal d..p ..-. ,kty tnubl. star that at the present price it Is worth pasturage for cattle, hogs, sheep or t't y
,sal***.*,...-..-. '.., ..1 read altbona-b I' while In harvesting to take the extra poultry. Sow the seed in rows 2 or Olt s 1

'-.... for.r dlBareat ae seemed tains e.*do aatklosrpraa .D, good- trouble to prevent bruises. For a 2V4 feet apart, and use about five'

gad I was al.o.t a ......... small plot a potato fork is the best of bedthbefore i
ft "U.. 1 ,..1 .11 "Ioated tool to After the vines a rood panting. ..
'...,.. .. .. .. /l use. removing ,
.r hart ,...1. ....e i
be done latter
them with the fork which should] the partof
a" fut 'eo_.... 1 would tbtak it was one can dig out
Q _.g to with practically no broken or cut po- September. '" !
1 -.. ..rj n.noai 5.ddtl w s 5tu7 o 'i
Oats will also be found to
a sot .....,..,. 1 tatoes. If a hoe is used a great or rye
bad .
so that I eo.I. ,
.... tilt good results asa .winter
d I.ter o tbtnaa Narty.vary' many will be cut. Where an acreageis produce
"r I would rs.d .D ... .___pen to be dug they may be plowed up grazing crop. Sow the seed broadcast .
? about wkat 0-.bad .oa. for ..u..... by using an ordinary turning plow, using 2 to 2H bushels of oats to the idlllll 11 ; 4.w
:::n.mJ: \\'ott my aymptom. and instead of having a mould board, acre. or about a bushel or a bushel! II
_. ., ......... and wo d.dd.d tai Sow the 11l
e ,. .... attach a fork like arrangement so and a peck of rye Per acre. ,
b Asa Waft a triaL. After few 4.,. l, b.kaaw . that the dirt will fall through and the seed early in October, giving a liberal UUU\IDtln\ lll
soa and 1
I bad last
laud t.. risfi tblas ny .,at... .at...... potatoes roll out. The plow of course, application of fertilizer which 111
__ em aaw as amea "batUr that 1 ea> must be run well below the potatoesso should] be largely ammonia. This pALK about smokes, Prince Albert'is
t SMMt BByt.lns I want aa na b loosened. will induce a rapid growth. ,
sad that all the ground is
aw I want sod do not frl bad ...... 1 to'a standard
any a geared joyhandout
two fields good
till. My baabaal saps. I deep Ilka a With the best of tools a careless By having a pasture
'last, aad b* caa bardly. ...11. BM In tile farm hand will destroy more than can be had all winter. One field that just .lavishes smokehappiness'
-.. .... Inavar bag. "bead ._
> a .do. while the other
the price of his Just a little can be pastured
sad fool .. wages. bee line for
atmnaand .11. I >m dstgbtd third every man game enough to make a a,
.second growth.
wilt wbat. Draco! dM for tow' care will pay many times over the making a or
s, WIIoa ba. llT.r. kMnrya. of bow.,. ... extra time it takes Some people If you do not have livestock on the tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe-old or'newt I
..nn InactlTa t.. aratna faha to tarew use an ordinary middle buster. This farm and do not need a winter pasture t'
4' ?e are tae .polIO...II.DI...-.....our. slowly bodlaa: day till a by..,day..11., loosens up the ground and' the potatoes it would be well to have a cover Get it straight that what you've hankered for in

$.*? ." the can be easily uncovered. Another crop on the soil during the winter.
tubers Doi cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty .
n awe pipe or :
1 ***** of raa*. taa implement is an ordinary plow The preparation of the land in th "
a. aBB to carry og tbaaa toztaa Bad I fall and the growing of the cover in P. A. That's because P. A.. has the quality f
w.s. rl and keep tba systam. few ..fDrwo with the rods, but having two rolling .!
..... ..tern colters on the beam. This does crop will increase the producing abil- _..""""" .
Yp1dyy..g a' 1,'- ?d b heath splendid work where the soil is fairly ity of the soil. The cover crop. You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your .

f.os.m.d.dYWYdtybyCENTRAL On loose soil the vines are whether it be oats or rye, can be
STORE ccmpact. : f tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse'
DRUG apt to clog the machine.It plowed this
always pays to grade potatoes will deconsiderablennhumand] A drink when he's off the water! Bite and parch are cutout '

DR. C E. DUNAWAY. that are to be sold. Potatoes of all ]large portion of our soils here in by our exclusive patented process I ::I

Phyaleian and Surgeon. sizes and grades mixed will sell for I Florida are lacking in vegetable matter 1k..

4 the lowest price, whereas, if the select and therefore the importance of You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat
Office Over Post Office. potatoes are put together they growing cover crops as "a source of
the cards and wonder in samhill didn't nail
bring the best or ice. There will] be humus. why you a

, ". I PHONES: little demand for the culls and they section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care*

w.w Office, 40. Residence, 114.n..t..pd.. are certainly not worth the expenseof always -I FLORIDA'S FAVORITE PAPER.The to remember back 1BgPWnc.Alt..rt.ery.rk.n I
into market.
moving They can Tampa Morning Tribune is
be disposed of at home, by everlastingly fighting for the inter ,-,-- It moU. Topfy r.dlega.
\ feeding to live stock. I ests of the people and the develop- tih re4 fbuo ,._11.0_ p-.J.w half poonaf fa* Ador.ndAar
I' I Early sweet potatoes are usually ment of this section, and no one who claoar practical pound mmtal gkmmi tumwtiJc .,,;,It ..poag.ethers. .
F 1 ft' 'You Do Mon Work harvested before they are entirely has the welfare of South Florida at .. top CAst km+pm rAe tobacco) des mmcH ,..rIect conaVffcm.
ripe. These should be put under cover I

You are more oat ambitions of everything and YIN when get moreenjoyment your I just as soon as they are taken out in I reader heart can of the afford Tribune.not to It be la a Florida's constant L,, ti '''.c.. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.. Winston-Salem NC. .
the If allowed to lie
blood Is in good condition.. Impurities carryingthe
In the sun they will discolor and will great metropolitan paper ,
'the blood hate a very de suing effect osr I the full night and day report of the ,
not well. However if -
.t.* system causint weakness, laziness.OROVsTS carry potatoes Associated Press with
is advantage I .00.0000000000000..00000.00000.0000000.000000000000.000..0 .
arvuaamu and sfckner. are fully ripened, it an 00..0000000..00....
in nook and
I to let them lie in the open every cornerin
TASTELESS Chill TONIC I until the surface is thoroughly dry its territory. Its big Sunday edition r.
restores' Eaergy and Vitality by
PnrifyinM has the most complete comic
and Enriching: the Blood. When yon feel and the dirt well shaken off. and magazine section printed in the

1M etrengttianlnf lavioraUn effect, see State, and the subscription rates are Lower Prices for FertilizerTwo
how It brints color to the cheeks and bow RURAL SANITATION. only (8.00per annum; $4.00 for six

,,K tmr ovee the appetite, yon will thenappr.U.t. Rural sanitation work will have able months and $2.00 for three months. ..
.its true conk value.BtOVBS share of the State Board of Write for sample copy and subscribe .
t '< TASTELESS QUI TONIC. Health' attention during the coming today. 85-tf. Reductions in 1919 '

Js-SMt a it Is months.

80 IRON pleasant sad p.QU1NU4E even children suspended like la it Syrup The Realizing that sanitation is the SEPTEMBER POULTRY NOTES Have you our latest Price List? It will interest you. Ideal Fertilizers now' give better value
foundation of community's health
a The hatched
early cockerels ought '
....Enrich... need:: tt.-Quinine These to reliable Porlfyit tonic and IRONto Major'Ralph N. Greene, state health to be marketed. 'They will bring no for the money than any commodity,bought by the grower either for farm operations or for household +
officer has mapped out a program more pound later will
money per
never fall to drive pot Impurities IDeM Quality maintained. J
,N blood. that will reach into . town consume much high cost feed and use. r
'T3.lkrengtb \ i. and. outlying 'district in Florida and 'are decidedly in the way in there

4 TASTELESS- wtieapowCetof'GROVVS, will work to the elimination of every' September days, according to Dr. N. Write to us at once regarding your fall requirements.
condition opposed to health. W. Sanborn, poultry specialist .t
tae favorite tonic to thousands of bomee
More than thirty-five years ago folkswoaldruya The six' sanitary inspectors, who,the College of Agriculture.The Shall, we send our new Vegetable Book?
heretofore been under the di* ,
long distance to jet
Otitt TONIC wbeDW' rectlon of the district health officers and well balanced feeds. Tbete ." "
of their family bad Malaria orMsdsd a will. work under George W. Simons,:'pullets should come into laying ma : Wilson S Toomer Fertilizer Co.' ; " '

a body-buildlngv strantthgivlngtoale. Jr., chief sanitary engineer of the I well up in size, well up !In r ;
Tbe board. Each will be put' in chargeof weight, with full plumage and .0.1e I" ', '' I fonnuU Is Just
the to- \
same I 1' Manufacturer Ideal ;
Fertilizer ; ..
: alar aDd you CaD get it .from any, drat a district comprising nine counties )'surplus fat to draw on in the making J' "" s ,, ;;'i;-r.: -' ,to ,-)'.
r giro. aoo per bottle.t ,I ,and will remain in the. field the re- 'of. eggs.' The older hens, still laying Jacksonville Fla.. .
jority of the time, covering'his district !, in September, are the ones you .
from end to end. ... .
r. should keep over for another year's
1 That the inspectors may be fully laying. These September laying. -

it equipped for the work lying aheadof hens will molt in fewer weeks than 40000..00 00o..0..000.oo.0.oo. . 0 66.. '

them, they are being given a,,did the ones that grew new plumage ..
course of instruction in the elements ,;through the summer months, will Be .

ell of sanitation and the board's legal in laying first, and will'be the best UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 00000000 0 0 000000101000000..00..0 ,0-. .

authority in carrying: out sanitary to keep for eggs and breeding ALUMNI REORGANIZINGThe *
1 J L'_ measures. The school which includes through .the coming year. Slacker, SffD POTATOES for Spring Planting )
class room work and illustrate hens seldom lay in September; University of Florida Alumni
SeedCatalogue the day with'additional An effort should bs made to save Association is making many plans Will di Potato crop pay this Spring Who knows We' do know, \ ,
Fall lecture work at Bight, baa been in ,and,make the looks for 2 1 "
some well cured peanut or for the coming and it is expected sort mighty bright a paying Spring Potato crop
jt{ progress since September 1, and will ',beggarweed hay for the hens. There, that this wife 1 be a banner with a crop all over the North and plenty of good high <
; ., close this week. Lectures are being :are few cool winter months when : year for the Association u well as crade potash fertilizer obtainable at a lower price. Harvesting* ,

I New Ready ". given by Major Simons Dr. StewartG. the addition of peanut or beggarweed I for the University. Thanksgiving of the Potato crop '* now J2 progress and it looks to us like about, 't .'
i A Real I Help to ;da.Faraer. . Thompson, vital statistical". Dr. hay to poultry; ration, would not'im'' Day is to be "Home Coming Day" the right time i to contract for your seed while the low prices re., ;.
r .a .* B. L. Arms, bacteriologist, and Dr. prove it. In the northern states much at the University, and all the "Old ''Vall. You know our reputation for quality 'aad lemce. Write ,

i'K f Largest' and Oldest W. J. Buck, assistant health officer use is made of alfalfa hay Our well- Grad,* are coming back -to see the for our low Contract prices for Spring delivery, .- I i.j i
;;; Seed House In, the. At the close of the school each in- cured peanut or beggarweed hay .. Big game have a Big time.
", I State.'. i ifj ipector will be' given a' written ,examination fully equal ; to alfalfa. These dried Since over 600 of the boys were Inthe KILGORE SEED COMPANY" : :3:

Martin's to determine his fitness feeds provide valuable' ) >additions to service the Alumni Association. :
$ H.T..t13.ed. I:for the work.'' .. Plant City '
the winter 'mashes.' ; Even' though you became considerably disorganized Florida
I '
Insure Good
,Through a system,of daily reports i-ii 1
have no machines to cut th. hay into tiring the war. Now the Associationis ,
en .. :
the information as to the i.a- short lengthsyou. can use the leaves trying to back time ,
wing get on a peace ,
E. A. MARTIN' I II ; conditions of each- community that fall off in die handling, of, the basis,, '
SEED 'CO.JiekswvIf. I rained from detailed 'surveys' and hay:'"'Th best part of peanut and Gainesville is making an effort to :

r ., Fla. ;work in'done close the touch central with the offi 'will beggarweed ,bay. is in the leaves and get in touch with all the boys and O. 0 ..00..00.. .. ..... . . "o '" 0 ..!..... 0... . i.
progressof ,
keep good results can be had by feeding secure their< new addresses, find out

r- PI.TdN dttt.... ,....DsasHrtAnsct tllaNls/ the rural sanitation'campaign and the leaves and omitting the 'stiff the work' ia which they are now engaged I
T .
1 the results accomplished. stems that "eoataln much indigestiblefiber. ....
and let other members know
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toale aad laxatNe ...fJUCA. Th. work will b4I well defined and .
Q\lUfl battattbajaotillaanrbaa about it.
1' v ,
lief. dos not ea..s _. ...... nor thoroughly: coordinatdeach,,inspector /'A plan should be thought oat to One of the big d is I,
.... Biaiaaibii tile rail name and working along fines definitelymappedout provide some sort of winter pasture. to issue bulletin of Alumni .
. quarterly
. .... at .. W,OaOVK. **. 's a
by 'the central office.' A mixture of rye, rape.and winter; News, and the Old Grad. are : .ti
Appreciating/the Importance: .of oats perhaps as satisfactory, as we asked to do their part by makingthis
h I THE'C.;: ,A' B.: HAT FACTORY' if'the''rurallanitatlon have. Seeded in November or early a success. Some of the boys
''Its Broad atre.tJAcZSONYILLE is to'achieve thelesired December it provides succulent
have, had great1 experiences since
: FLORIDA : 'ends GrHII.' t. appealing pasture for hens and win'-reduce leaving the University: especially R.S.Groceriesand.

r !. tbe'owner of and Is carryingon'tba ] to the municipal bodiesitieand the amount of grain to be purchased those who were in the service and

i .4 D Mall tb.Ordar, H. ,.W.-Clarko....1..... formerly Hat. bandied 4:ivie 'organisations of ., aa well as increase the egg. yield. all members .ra .asked to '*end their
\ Company awns 1 and.communities of Florida to Winter hatched chicks Jet out on
UK ordara should be sent totbe .O. sit --- run dues present addresses, occupations,
.. ,Bat. Factory. ,' I end their. cordial assistance: this pasture will get' Much of* their and notes of interest to the secretary.FLORIDA'S .
ql 'II .. FOR':WANTED!: ilVf. have a big piece of work before food from it.: ,, ? ', I
j us and the State Board Poultry; flocks that;have been :cet-,
.lI -. :;-;-:;- J Health, realises the sins !of It." he ting) little corn through the summer GREAT HOME DAILY

Jut What She .Neded."I I wys.' "But if'the 'people of Florida can now be fed more com and, less iiy
used'a. bottle, of, Chansberlain's 1 rill 'give nsv their co-operation,and oats. Above all supply animal foodto :Readers the Tampa Dtilr'Timesget .

.. Tablets some time ago and they work with us 111. our efforts to lay a the hens if yon want plenty of \ more for' their, money than the Fresh Meats
"proved to be what '1, needed*1 of .sanitation we autumn eggs.CkumberWn's'Cdic. <' readers of any other Florida 'dally.This .
P .writes Mrs, Lust' ,Bankson, Chillieothe. rill make I this the healthiest. staten f great 'daily, which Is among the
.' Mo. They not only relieved I the. U,don." ,; and Diarrhoea fastest growing newspapers of the.
.; me of ,Indigestion but toned up ::roy Remedy la\ Michigan; t South -Ii fearless, aggressive and in.terest6g. '
liver aDd'< rid we' of backache and 'If caterpillars 'are at work in your For nearly a generationit I' ,
Web ,
Mrs. A. II.
i Hall CasevUle
.n dizziness that I had been subject totor velvet beans, write to Prof. J. R. for has constantly fought for the 'I
1 thank
'i some tim.They did me a world Watson( ,' State Experiment Station says, > you your rights of the people. It. 'news service /' 1
l\: V Gainesville for Information about grand good medicine. Chamberlain'sColic 'is unsurpassed. It receives both i Phone 176 302 !
always speak a' : Broadway i
good' 1 and Diarrb_ Remedy.- We
o 1anthem.*' " heir: control. He can also supply the DAY'and NIGHT leased wire reports __ ,Jf
without it in the house .
'j facts rid other are never of the Associated full '
V ''The 'winter residents are coming" jests.1 .relatingto. >getting- I I and I am sure" it saved' my baby's life is a full member of the New.paperEnterprt.e ', : ,'
. this summer. Association t"". ,
>y.- , :- :,,- :: -,-:.=-:: : =-:-:- has its own \ -
Mrs Carrington Caseville
: correspondents everywhere and, buys -' .
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", 189O: JST1LL'DOING 'BUSINESS, 1OIO Mich., says; "I' have al ed"Cb.mlaiD' more expensive'features-for-its'-read* .'w... :
Colic and Diarrhoea ,
; Remedy
I< It.- tad ra aM oadI&d who haw used oar fadUz.r I en than any other Florida daily. No ror1t :

I rf .'i: ,..;r. year attar {.'..,. who always sUdry ,rBoomtaand oW goods M their. I'prompt for yearsand relief." ,it has ,always given home in South. Florida is complete ,. .i
nalshbars. are our boat Ktvoraaaaianl Our prices not always aSa without Th. Times. Only 96 a year may DOt be generally DOwn I Farmers' Bulletin] No 1008'bythe' I
'X Q.JP: .few..t but wiCUAUTY II oon.odan4 Writs $1.50 for three-months. Sent free on that Osceola county is dome ;
'>'I n.wrmo Nah pioneer U. $. "
"' ,Cold CuM Grip and tafloaazaLATJirrvt two weeks'. trial to' those genuinely work on bee culture department of '!
;-f s, c* aanJ evdar and you will. iraaMd rshti and that it is Washington
.:., ,"j.'i1/.Ii.. :'T1CtDa. PItA VUoS. svrPIJtai, ttOKO QmlaJCETaWItItIIe- interested.Subscribe. .. the Ant county In' Florida where I'certain their, D. c.,. tells how'to. as- r*

OIl fc.= Q. JPATNTIIB FKBTIf.ty.rtH CO. .: ...) .a> -vUle.; FlorUai mesa J TVara Is) tab see "'a- QalnYs" clubsof'ectirs-workers have been or- 'tI. from y teeth'the age of eat-:. -!

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i. i created ,by a scientific discovery of 1

1; spots, 9a the Sun which ate, to cause 4
i i. :havoc on this earth on the 17th of JDelcoLigHt p_ ,

December. The planet Mercury ; . ,
Mars, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn and .T':'
.,,'. Neptune are to have a regular game >
of "catch me if you can' an the ", :

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'that Over"in these the predictions 60'a these same were*report it not More Than 75,000 Satisfied Users: ; .,,

i were cent forth. The sun spots were ,. ,
then denominated excavations andy
their magnitude was tremendous. :' l'
" !The same planets came in and were DELCO-LIGI1T was designed and built by men who It required: five'years to develop plant that would

.' "kto" orld.aid in the work of destroying the 'were raised in farm homes-who experienced the diwmireup'to these specifications. It r

..' Religion excitement was created coodorteaixlirxxnveniancesoffemn s-s bolletOQt There were five years of hard engineering effort back of ",

:' all over the country. Meetings were deliberately to develop an electric plant that DELCO-LIQHT before' 'on the 4. y
'. held and in both public and private, "ea1"8co the first plant was put 4 .
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God waa earnestly'' interceded with would provide city advantages for rural ",", ',.DldeI. market three and a half yefits ago. .' '- ;
to avert l this terrible calamity.
1Thele\, :excavations were supposed They were the same men whoeetalent had Today DELCO-LIQHT is furnishing the conveniences fv'I:

: to contain burning matter sufficientto made DELCO Starting a and coition'Equip and comforts: of electricity to more than Seventy-five .
: destroy a little old world like
../ours and if that poor was not enough. the melt for automobile the standard of the WorldT'baand' farm homes. ; ',' 'f

or.planets two-would and then turn loose good-bye a lap to full the They knew electricity-and they knew: the needs and It,is providing an abundance of clean, bright econom- ..;

people of this earth. limitations of farm life- ,ical electric light for these homes. It is furnishing power -:; '
The 22nd day of October was the "'
date for to pump wateroperate washing churn, separator .
set apart these terrible knew
i electric faa
They that an plant to give : a
eruptions and in the meantime w.'weretoll vacuum' cleaner, electric iron, milking machine
; to notice the sky at night. farm home must be simple so that it tservicept out and other wall machinery. : W,

and see what certain planets were .of order and require complicated repairs
doing, sod everything seemed to be ; And everywhere is demonstrating its wonderful efficfcn-

going The: on 22nd just day that of way.October came in It must be easily operated and require little attention mdactiiaIlypayiagfOTiUdfm time and labor saved.: t sIt

the midst of a number of bright October must be economical in operation : ;
and till very a ;l "
days, morn nightwe ..t .'
thought'' it was the brightest of It must be built to stand hard usage and it must'last .....;!, " This ended the zone of

''teare..' IDdefiDitc1r-. .. ,; ,,
Several years ago Rex had an argument 1"r>
with a man from St. Cloud ..
who declared that the! termination of .
I-,., the European war would be the des DELCO-LIGHT
[ instruction of Constantinople, and then : :
he end of the world another failure. r
i- ", Rex Is decided of the opinion that , .,
e when the Almighty gets ready to A ssgpY..iralaf. $it..,,. ,rlwf'b.l..r 4Mj NrIt/Jr f----t JIf. i '

-; ,' make such violent changes. here be- .- .. 1-- eg.lalIh J4J-_ ---(, 4r. "lass M .AI

low we'll Just have to take it Christ ,f-JIW ,."". *-Um iJeW Aaffary HUMS$ Off wOdxXg p ',; kk
did at Key West and Corpus ..... .
!These' storms came during. a season wn
which had previously been, and
against. islands that were so exposedto
every element of weather that

any kind ,of a storm seriously affect r
red them. / I' ',
Miss Vivian Briggs continues her 1
1 nightly concerts.' and if distance -
Tfcsil D.--ice la.ireet.g f..P4. Dayte..Ohin. laakee* .TDOjCO-UGHT 1 tfd.ats.e r
lends enchantment to the view it

must ,to a certain extent have the Hire you liV' there ita <:o-L ignt represent** ve i< itr
< same control over the 'voice,.for there
Is certainly enchantment in the .Y ;
young lady voice in the distance '. ti

that we hear it- Mr. and Mrs. Briggs ___. ... 1_,', ".
Appear in no way discommoded by

are ourwarm led,to believe weather that and a Florid fall, *so sum we we Include rapid delivery 'lie' is at Miss Emma calls on Rex very'often VWHATS IN A NAME .T deemed. accordlns<14aV law, 'tax deep Ida';'-fcf September.A.;; Dr'1/H.' "' 1 , not so bad after alL: fore your gate and box.ed. your mall be to staywith;: her during his-absence Kfsslmmee; Tla., is 'such'. honeymoon ": will October issue, A.thereon'Vcihe D. .1,1 >'*:''* "ITth- -day',.of" I/I, 'W.,h.3....STEED, ,Mayor., w
Mr.". Clark baa built a fine grape you know he is the neighborhoodand which is responded to with pleasure, kind of'name. that'' it'seems' J. -QVlBlttTRBKT, ;,., R OtLBERT City Clerk. 1.t
in the of his If his gentlemanly' demeanor makes they being In a large house, get, very to learn that calf and Clerk Circuit Court:rO.o.ola Covaty, v .:
arbor incongruous
rear garage. him a universal favorite.We .- lonesome and pany. Florida.CIRCUIT .- ; iTC6re.4t' eert"' nt.t' ., ......... '
'.lljgur people were as industrious as continue to those de Rex is still domicile with his old pig clubs are its' ehi.f induitri__ ( ;'<;X>0RT ZEAL) 41-lt. ........ J.dtedad 0IfteI. ''.o..e.Ia
.thW and his lady whata enioy Commercial L' .. ,
I. gentleman licious The old Memphis Appeal. Ot, -.. C..wq; ,
breakfast's at Mrs. Cornell's. friend William
w.ou1cl have, Temple. ; XOTIC.f.OW''APPLICA'I'IO. FOR TAX I '
city / Miss Jessie, 'although not enjoying gentleman is working hard to get his From present indications and 're-' .'" PBBP. BU.a ........_ e-.......".. '...... '
Sunday 'waa ''the.1st day of Sep- the best of health, is on the improve place In condition for another year ports coming in from the county j. .k ----- Kerry ....... D.f..daae.
'tember. The sun was then on the Notice' 'Iiereby 'erlven. That Anna "";
', and before official m.nt.' John continues ths faithfulaid Japanese cane, guavas, and such agents thousands bushels of corn M. Peckham. purchaser of Tax'"Certi ,It' ap.arlnr toy affidavit appended
equatorial line at the.>.lee plant and Edison is thin ITS, being the principal products will be saved this year from the corn ficate ,No.> lOt dated tll.- Ind dar. of to th. bill filed In the aboveatatedcattee ., +
time changes played such havoc with looking out for employment at packing used. ,, weevil by' methodsof fumiga Julr. A.rf.i/Ii 1 ? b.' flied said oertl- that' Harry Mark ham. the defendant
'our clocks and watches, .the sun' was and Mrs. Cornell continues the The Democratic Rooster fails'to! proper float la my.offto: *. and hn made application therein named le a non-reel-'
tion.' In all sections of the state this dent of ,, State of IrloridL, and le
to the a
said to rise at 6 a. m. and set at 6 for. tax'deed tune In ao.
faithful mother, preparing for all, in ,see why so many of.our dude. wear question seems to receiving con.. cordancewith law. Said certificate n.ld.nt.ot New Tork City, State .fl G
p. m. 'all the world over.Our the very best of stvje. so much white all the time. He says siderable attention.Hundreds: of airtight embrace, ''the following "'deecrlbedpropertr. New York that.he la over the aye of'twentyone ,
mall carrier (Lupfer) ex.* ,Muff is white, Cuff is blade Duff Is' situated In Osceola County ...1: It le therefore era \
News from the
Bull .built'
Crab cribs
Grass or
Jug corn are being _
; Florida, to-wlt Lot 10 Block lit, .f that, said non-realdent de4.
time the V
ceeds any on' speed bicycle and Sand Gully Creeks, r.ppear to Indicate ,brown, and Duff is his, favorite,' Cuff old ones'.remodeled."ItIs( estimated the Town of Bt. Cloud., The said land fendant be'and rie is hereby required
ever witnessed. When that everything is moving next, and .he ..cares very little,for that 20 per''cent of the corn crop of being assessed at >the date of the !.- to said.can...the bill of Monday flthe
Muff. When the rest of them lay euanoe of .ald''c.rUfteat. In the In on or. before .
an name
finely 'in those localities likewise at Florida is each' "' by '
year of H.. J. Trainee / Unless said certificate 6th day of October A. D. 1S1. otherwlee :.,..
'c'ET"M i Whittler! Kenansville and Summers- egg they cackle loud enough to be corn weevils This percentage will shall be redeemed according to .the allegations. of aald bill will ,'" .
READYon"FLU" ville. We' could ,hardly have space 'heard but Muff' acts as If 'she" was no doubt be 'greatly, decreased. this law,' tax deed. will U.ufc thereon' on be taken.aa. confessed, ,by said, defend-: ti..
individualize ashamed., /. the IItlt day of & A. D. Kit. ant. '
to without being extremely .. ..
SEAL) -. J. t. OVER8TRKKT. H le further' ordered that this order -
In Edison Cornell sent $12 to ''the
partial this article so it be published once a week for four
'Bradley Bonded Warehouse Co., Clerk "Circuit. Court. ( O.oeola., County.. consecutive weeks In the Kleelmmee--. .?
would take more space than Rex hasto The-Best Advertisement.The Florida. ,
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Greenville S. C. for second hand BrS'IL Valley Oasett. m newspaper publUh-
n rH.
spate., I advertisement; any \
best merchant -. ed in said County and State.Thls.5r4 .
F Feep army suits; said, by them to be In Isle'. '
dayiot September
Our commissioners and '
: county one can have is satisfied custo 'PROCLAMATION. ,
: all./ good condition. His order Was a lit (SEAL) J-jL--| OVER8TRKBT, r
appear to be attending to.. their tle half filled by badly' damaged mer. No greater recommendation" Of Sanvrlal. CtmrterHlewttoa.. Clerk Circuit Court.
over ,
duties with" a zeal. that is, commenda goods. They sent no bill with the can' be given an article than the following -, '.t1nd..'Rnd' ;-virtue *f\ authority KRIBBS; AKERMAN STEED. '. I,
ble. it 4d
t goods forwarded and failed to rapond by E.' B. Milburn Prop., vested lame ,.. Mayor of the City of Sollcltora. for iComplalnanC ?pl
Your Liver Active Your .The Hon. W.. 'J. Sears we understand Guion Drug Store, Guioni Ark '"We Klssimme..uL W. 1. Steed, ae Mayor ,
to to make
: : Is at home once, more 'among any appeal good. I have sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy of the- City' of Klaalmme., Florida.rdo JfOTICII' TO CHEPrrORS.;
Purified and :Free From They are,'I' suppose"still advertising.Look hereby proclaim and declare that -; '
System '
his friends. As we are still In the, for and have always found cJ.t" ;; .. O.eeela
years : Special Charter Election' be' held I. Ce ej rCe J.dge -
.. ,Cold .Taking Oalotabs, stream which_he.Is. aiding In.,e.I'I'1 out for them. has that it gives perfect satisfaction." at th.-Council 1 Chambers wljl In the,:City >..fy. ,Se... ., .......... ....
'L.the Natuealess Calomel Ing. us through Rex is still ,of the.IT I thtnk"'lo.t.'time' beencaught of*KI..lmm.-----PlorldaIIlIrlnr'th.. i''tc'h.: il''J"o '
II up with,:so will quit., .,REx, resrular hour* of"voting'on' the ,last n Bata*a a1' tar D. .
opinion that it. bad policy to
j: Tablets that are. De- swap ADVERTISEMENTS Saturday: In 8"JOt.rqber. 111*. : the all Creditor. Legatee.
Safe and while crossing. 'The Hon. Joe knows RESOLUTIONS ON DEATH OF LEGAL b.laDf t 15111 .Septem tee and -all Persons havlgror >
llfhtfnl. exactly how we got in there and the bide :A. updon'-. quea- Demands.asjalnatToo. 'said.. ,

Sore.r. beat way ,out. Of course there are* BRO. E, D. MALLOT NOTICB OF. APPLICATION FOR 'TAX: th.tion.of'- Special- ratifying, Charter and or adopting the '. re notified. and and each required of you,, t } 7"
'several gentlemen in the district'old PK1CU. ; jection of tb. same a*,. said Special claim. and demand ,
; think know how to pull'the Whereas It. has'pleased the Almighty Charter appears in tb. Special Acte or ha .t
\ Physieiaas and Druggists are advising Notice Ie hereby slven. That' H. O.Thorn. est a .D.MalL,.,
their friends to keep their systems boat safety, through the rapid., .but Father, who reigns forever, ... purehaaer of Tax CertlfloateaNoa. of titled the"An Laws Act of to riorlda Aboll.h for the tl1", Preeent-en Oaeeola of County. Florid' d
'purified sad their organs in perfect when the test comes we find that ex to call from earth our beloved broth 40* and.' 46.-dated the Ind day.of Municipality: of. the Klaalmmee signed Admlnlatratrlx ''P
a.151T, filed said .
,working ,order. as' a pro'eetion against perience-Is the best teacher.- I.r, E.' D. Malloy. ;. July.- A.Inmyotfloand has .....mad..ap certificate CIt,. Oeoeoln County Florida, .within two years from '
I the 'return oft' influenxa. They know These Mexican bandits, appear to Whereas Our brother has been al plication for tax deed to Issue In" aoeordano clpal and to Create and -I.tabll.Munl!: -.Dated'. '"pL'.UI- ,.'.A.OUJItt. f ,10-
that:a ,clogged up system and a lazy be giving some trouble every once ,loving.fiter: 'faithful, 'friend'' and with law. Said certlneateaembrace City of Corporation.Klialmmee. ,be,Oeoeola known Count aa> the ;. ,j m 't
liver. favor eolds, influenia and serious and a while. It appears to Rex: that true 'Christian character, also a situated the followlns In Oeeeola''deaoribed County property Florldar to Preecribethe Territorial
;complications. with the aid of' airplanes 'etc., that faithful and consistent member .of Florida, to-wlt! Lots Glsrht (O andNine I Ljmlte of Thereof to Prescribe the Form CIa"' : laX aIn
and to be broken and let (') of Block (0) of Hotel: Government and Confer CertainPOwere :
To eat short a cold overnight they might up, our OUr Char, slte-l upon said Munlclpatltnd
''prevent seriohs complications take one people sand a Mexicans have a long -Be It resolved, by order inar Klaalmme.....*.84 the The date said of. the land issue.- the Offlcera thereof and to Provide Chlretcif the C... Mrs:
'Calotab at bedtime,. with a swallow ofwaterthat's ueeded of Kissimmee Chapter No.' 62, that I ana of said certificates In tb. names for the carrying Into effect of the .5 ln.n d. ...... ty.gli . ..
alt No salts, no nausea, Jim Davis still continues his night we tender to the bereaved daughterand of' C. A. Btowera and B. K. Sanford.' .Pr6vlalone In said of Act.this a copy Act."*of all which rovid.d !. on- i..,.....7iii: ;, ...
Unl said certificates chill be
a* reMatlpertloti .
.IekD.Dg.fter.\ effect. work' at Reed's mill. His wife and heartfelt love and ni. In r f1
no: griping no family our __ .I: th-Jtaty Clerk's Ofnoe, KlaelThe b.nb, .Ly
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:Next: morning your oold has .vanished sympathy,-" u -- .- r da.w. sy.. ".0 -t>
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liver is active system is purl- NG' Resolved Further of it.blt. d Core fo owing qaallflod; ' iUJj" 1'" A. 'D. 111. a1l applY
'J your your Worms la a Healthy CUI4 That a copy' hereby appointed 'to ..".. ae'Offj ralli. 'l". gtrbWIAa ,
fled and'refreshed and yon are feeling All oaOArM eau bbl wka wars love aaea.heakhy these resolutions'. be handed to; the Id 14 to 21 DarnUUCTO8 of sad. 0M lai Charter Eleetl!: as ntpg'oY' 162 '
,, *ne.with a heaver appetite f or. break- cote,whleh Indicate BOOT......and eta family of our deceased brother a WITH PEFSDT 1 Is deflya H. N.. Br&tton.., JD. IX 1CatJr. 3. .Me- my final dlecharsre aw Bxe.. "'
fast. Eat what yon please-no danger. .....then I* man er lee* -. da.rM.e copy spread .OD, the minutes of the IJI'eI)8tedS7"IPT laxadvefosH.biCoosdpatlos. 1. Terlc Hitteriand' "I"... O. V._' ....,c.C'-.II; Hlent.%. ot.' Kldrldce JUbby Urn,I. d=-;., ,':
that at the same .
. Calotaba,)are sold only, In original GROWS: TASTELESS alH TONIC fr.e>f etalaiir Chapter and acopy..handed to'!',oar It relieves promptly( bat IN, WTTNBSaherenhta. WRIDRtrJOP, I. have. my final accounts ... Bxeoatru or ,
-due cents fcc tire a*tluee week*will eorlch the ....... tmpnwe should be taken for 14 tot :
'sealed packages price thirty; local paper for publication. regularly days set lilY nand ag r 1. a" s1 sad .Mk for ,their, apprcv ,)
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the dl :
; Zvery druggist is tkorise4-to refund ned eat a C.e.eleaesab- MR3.' CLAY 1 toisduo.reguleraction. It Stimulates andVery the City >ot ]11..lmm. :
;" eaaiTa leteihawittleyB* Nairn wWtkea caused the Corporate S D Dated .June l.tJI'A'D.'UtI. '.
,: year money if you 'are :not perfectly, threw..or eleiiel the-*.and the Child wilt.. MRS' ,W. E. SANDERSON JreaalatA." Pleasant to Take; COo, to be hereunto 'afflzecV. J .. 1tiTNEL I.uuI. it ,;,

"', lJpte4\witiL.Calotabs.. --"(.Adv.' )' la,-rless',....' ...... MoforhocU" *." H.N\!> BBATTONV '. pet boUIeo:..*:
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.".' ... I i\ ''I1It'XUSIMlWt VALLEY GAZETTE",' FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24 ifclf ."

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Wien 'You'" ,':- hink'9f,, .,. --,,: .. ; 'T St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS 1 : I t1GOLEU, ;A .

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BT OUR RBUULAII.QoRnlflsPo11Dm.' '


r The Pristine Club "win "meet thfs college at-Tallahasee.Our .. TTOUSEWJVBS everywhere say that Congoleum
week on Friday with Mri. James people have been much Inter. Jr"jL Rugs,are the ideal,.waterproof floor, covering for
think of Goff, in honor of Miss Mattie Wil ested in the report which is going 1 kitchens for they can be freely mopped or washed.
$ v ., . .. ton, whorls I expected this week"from the rounds to the effect that the officials Water getting underneath will not.rot the fabric.
.Ohio to, spend her vacation of the Witham Bank System
,. J Mr. S. M.,Hunt ,is quite ill at this and the Hon.' A. .E. Donegan: met The pleasing, harmonious colors male; as strong an' appeal
I u :GRANTHAM.THAT'S I recently. shook hands, and, settled as do the extremely low prices. Congolewn Rugs

1 1 I Mr.and Mrt. Hargravs band Nra:1: I their differences, Mr. Donegan pay. .,I.I need no fastening and won't curl or kick up at,.the edges.Th.y .
I. Rief Schneider,' of Tamp,were lag off his indebtedness, and withdrawing and fade.
are unusually.durable, never
{ his million dollar ,
last week to attend the.":funeral of' damagesuit.

Labor Farris.. When may we .have the pleasure of showing you these, ',.
; OUR :BUSINESS | Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Morton have i In consequence of this it is said wonderful Congoleum Rugs?
.. rented the .Hart "cottage on Carolina that the special reporter for the Tribune *'
line j avenue,and Tenth street. | finding, his occupation gone
We complete
hove and can fix I Mr. D. K., Hall arrived last week!I has taken to :farming, others say his

: you up from the parlor to the kitchen from Michigan,' where he has been j''services were dispensed with. Be For Sale bv'
that it tears b shed
t pending the summer j as may no will Gage Walter arrived home Tuesday I over his departure. For months past OSCEOLA HARDWARE C.OMPANY' 1 .. ,
\ "i I evening from overseas. I his chief occupation seems to have "
> Mrs. McKay, who has been spending been abuse of the Witham,Bunk System !.j" : i
; ) the Bummer at New Castles Pa?:.j| the Bank of Saint Cloud and its Fl>>
; ; I No, Trouble to Show Good. again in our city. i officials and several of the leading ... ".;
''I. Mrs. W. S. Ferman, who has been citizen*-not even the ladles or the "
spending the summer with friends In clergy escaping his mendacious pen, YYYls J
\ the North, is expected home in Oc The Witham Bank System. has y j
tuber never interfered in any way
: I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hoppe who with local politics, nor has the
i \ \ .C. H. GRANTHAM have been spending the summer at ,Bank of Saint Cloud notwithstanding' 1
/ SatLfoefosy'Ston their old home Foster, Ohio, arrived ,all that has been said to the contrary.
home last Thursday. I The Bank of Saint Cloud pursues
.h' G A.. Peed and wife were visitors. the even tenor'of its w'Yr it occupiesthe
at Orlando on ,Monday. most commanding' site
Mr.; and Mr*. Braaier are here its officials are most courteous and
From Ohio, and have rented the obliging and it hay ample fund to k
, .o..o..o.. .......... ... .................... "Idlewyle" on Kentucky avenue. handle the business of its clients,
Mr. Paul Wagner, of Ashton. was ''which it ,does, evidently to their entire
In the city shopping on Wednesday. satisfaction.The .
t. : No Increase in Price Mr. and Mrs. H. J Colton of Bur- I recent city election was a remarkable
ing-ton. Vt., arrived here Saturday affair. The whole .thingwas
Nathan Reeder of Marion. Ind., cut and dried so that it was impossible -
came, in on Saturday and is located for. any other candidate but
1 at the Bonair House. .those elected to get up a petition -. ,
Mrs. Stewart McLaughlin has pur- ,have it signed and placed in the city
of Ice clerk's hands.F. .
chased the Haven on Maseachusaetsl'
avenue. 'I' W. Kenney and acting' Mayor
Mrs. William Withe left on Mon Washburn engineered the thing to ;4)
day for Washington D. G. suit themselves, and consequently to
I -*- Mr. Watson who has spent sometime 'seat their own men. \
{ at the Soldiers' Home is back The notice of the election w>s so
again. I timed as to allow but one day from
Ticket and time and '
Buy save money. Comrade West is in our city again the dav that it appeared in the Tribune
1 Ticket on sale) by driven of wagon at the following price: from the north. I for any opposition ticket to be _
The Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary filed. These two men. Kenney and
21 5c Ticket, good for 10 lbs each___..______:_________$ 1.00 met as usual Monday afternoon with Washburn wrote The Tribune not so

*) 21 lOc Ticket, good for 20 tbs each____________________ 2.00 ;twenty members in attendance. I very long ago commenting' on the r
The Loyal Women's Class of the ,action of Mayor Bower %nd posing
\\i> 22, 25c Ticket, good for 50 Ilea each________________\..___ 5.00 Christian church will meet at the as being anxious that the public THE UNIVERSAL CAR
church Friday afternoon. should have a square deal. .
Miss Kathleen Goff an Leila The editor of the local paper ea- The Ford Model T One Ton Truck with its
Johnson left on Tuesday to attend piently remarks that: "We must
'e Driver are instructed to give full weight. Complaint will receive -- _. ---- muzzle the agitators who are Injur- manganese bronze worm-drive is really a

prompt .attention. ing the city and get tha city on its necessity for the farmer because it solves his

X \ I legs again. problem of economic transportation from the
Muzzle the agitators! Does h<

l R.). T.. BUTLER, Manager and Sell suppose that the majority! of the cit farm to the city. And in farm work alone, it
Buy izens of St. Cloud. Who are opposedto
KISSIHMEE. 'I ICE' &: COLD; STORAGE CO. the present administration will will be found a great money saver as well as a .

"r. ' \ allow themselves to 4>e muzzled T big labor saver. Has all the merits.of the Ford ;1

. .' '" -. SOCIAL EVENTS OF FRIDAY car multiplied by greater capacity with greater
Old Hatsof
EVENING. strength. No extra cost in operation. We'd

w 1 I like to talk it over with every farmer. Bring
t --. ) r (Written for Last Week.
your Ford car to us for necessary repairs and
.V Telegraph Orders ,Promptly All.... tel Opea Day sad Nip @ circles Friday.rtd.evening number was &'AT.In of pleasant social thus get the genuine Ford parts and reliable: '

'a\ l' Aate Hearts' events were given by Kissimmee'i Ford workmanship. it

all kinds. Also' and sell young people which Indicated that '
buy I they were heeding the advice of their OSCEOLA MOTOR COMPANY ;,y
elders to attend strictly to school! .
old Coats abd Pants to sell at a matters till the week-end. 307-9 BROADWAY'

"i:." < ., '" SWIMMING PARTY AT LAKE .
-; jEISELr'4TEINnBROS reasonable pdee. Also Cleaningand
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' : 'I'; : ' J \ CONWAY.
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'' ( Dyeing of all kinds done. Mrs. W. C. Bass champeroned a
;. IFuncraJjDjrcciors! 'Embalmcrs/;
party at Lake Conway when swimming
: \ and a bountiful picnic .,.supper i 'I

,. ST. CLOUD FLORIDA' 0. T SIMPKINSOIM .' vied with each other for chief attrac
tions. The young people left Kli-
Atv r simmee about six o'clock and return
'. y: l.}.'L ., Block From Depot. ed by moonlight.In .

,t'r.f'i i+i' ; .. the party we're Misses} Helen
Bass Adah Louise Simpson Mar
{#. '/ garet' Nell ,and Lois
) J.j 11' Of' ., aid Residescs Pkose,.,60., Lady AscUUal I Overstreet Brunson and Messrs.Cooper Bert Well, ,\-.

Walter Baaa, Prater 'Gilbert, Earls
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-$00 Morrow and Burton Ames. '
;.I.: . ... ...., C. A. CARSON President; N. C. BRYAN; Secrets.. r7., J


> -, from northern points inquiring a. to The home:of C. E. Franklinwas .
). the scene of a pretty party in .j
1 Klsabane.*; Chapter';No:; XXeeta accommodations for the winter.Kisiimmee .- Lota 103 and'104South'of honor of Min Irene who left Sunday Wholesale and Retail Dealer in > a"'i"
Gacette.; to '
I lad and 4th'1'11114.781.1' p,m; Acordlng Range 28 : for,Atlanta to enter'' Elizabeth' ""Mather
Fraternity"Hall. BroKjwar. ,: Willis:'Powell thousands of people Academy. i, '
/, Mix, Marlon 8r -.nt.' W;, M,l' are coming, to Florida when the snowfalls Orange. CenterI The evening was spent In game sand 1oHI'

)(1.. ''E11aatNth"' Bocy. 'la. :.,the: higher'..altitudes.,":,The MAKE' < "-- amusements.of. and delicious cakes refreshments .. GROCERIES ;
I */ MEAN OFFER punch and! were '
; .
,;r Times Sal| working itot. get some of :served at its close ',,
The Gaaett.'wanta a correspondent the. '.now/bird tackled to this land! EATON Miss Irene's guests'included Misses V ,. "
'"'"' in every community In Osceola county ofv bright and ,balmy cli.mate Af.:"'//. jJMte Grace and Gussie' WInD ''Kathleen '

Send |n the'newI, It will help the and sunshine we'believe that, prospects,'.s..i,,*Dakota,;'''ti' Searden, Ethel Hall..Lillian .Harris, eeveooeeeoooeeoe_ eepooeooleoeeooio., , <
;paper and will keep your. lemon. beTftr i. r' C __ "' ftftts,' Holmes LPratheit Mrs. .Funk r 00' .. '
the ubU". are ll'ood-Apal.ehleola'ITlm.+ *. t, .... t.t..t.t... Mrs. Boarden-,- Mrs. Franklin 'and e' ' .A 0
,'. .. 0 WE SELL. 0 R'E'But I .<
., .' ., -Roy Graves, Dwight Funk ( '.
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( >; ' .'. , ,,' John Graham, Stacy Brunson" Nathan 0 0 0 ... 1" I' 1 .
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G+.. i it go-and are no beuer,.off than ;you'were.1) Ifyou would build upa > . .", I'
I .Interest-Account tick to: i it' it it. It's' Mrs. J. S.:Cadel gave a swimming .''
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'Lake aitd Seedero'f.
party at Conway in honor oi ( *
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.who win It wstn't theHare"thai" the - --- c7 Field all kind rWs
the race
BANK ttesdy, plugger: .. won! ; her nephew, Edwin-Mitchell,- who 'i. x
., I ;i-but ,the Tortoite... Start 1 up, your account .at' the Citizen Bank.. leaving, soon'for .his. home: in Washington give peoal attention' to fitting out hunting-and camping; parue*. ,
t. .-D. C. '. Free delivery in city limits. '"Phone No;. 12. "
again. Make 'up'your,mind with all,.the will and
"/ _. La I t')' power tlutyouwill; ; 'keep'it up-'and'then' keep .it up.:' You've got :The young splash people in: the-enjoyed lake and.Pie then customary tWe: are county agents for'"good' fertilizers.' 'Ask, us'. for., ";,,circular. and
prices fertilizers.
.>,'.1 'to'do-it. if you , 'ucceed. You have> tasted :thebletiing. .i did Justice to an .elaborate,picnicluneb. on .,' ., ,

,. S. : of.thrift Don't,again become unthrifty., .; .I...* .
tag ..' '_ Mr. ,and Mrs. r S. Cadel, Mr; and I Mrne..' 'Llna 'Cavalier. !;the famous diva IMPORTANT MEETING AT' CHAPTER -.
; a. Mrs. E. Katz .Misses .
-1.l r:1v : D. Lucy Lnp- and known' as :"the most beautiful 'w'
. fer, Mamie,Pilloy, Dot and Jo'Matinaon. .. woman In.Europe,": i."a, pictaricatlon HOUSE.
n ; Elizabeth: ; |L db tter;" .'!iMessrs. by EvUnselI.:; ..'of the.-famousstare "_.A:"'toeetlne"fs-calleor'for--the"Hart '...:.:'

I : f\ Roscoe Roberson Roy Brink Willie I play of ths'.same name written Memorial, on Monday' September 29,- .';
DEPOSITSOP; \( Sutton E.. C. Dusenbery"and EdwlmMltchoU"were'the I by Louis, K. An pacher.and produced at 4 o'clock, at ,,the 1 Chapter HO a'.' .
",personnel' ..'of'* thli" I with' gratifying success 'at, the 'Hudson (The object of the'meeting to change .,jt-

; '-' \ pleasant:patty. JPIt1'1fU'STORT 'ibeater..New,York, In 1819,' It -the b)<-laws. of the Hart Memorial. ,"
-.,. : : . ?.. ., ..1'J ". BASED ON PLA1The U said,,to afford 'Uma.; ',Cavaltertoneof Corporation i and all >who are interested ,
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Tke with ta. ability awl wiHiaf.ess ; < -- the are
. , .\ ;, story of -.A;Wom Ua"ot Im .finest portrayal of,her"Screen \

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