Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 12, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01024
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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; D:: Libby jiow of Saint ,Cloud, TONIGHT' .CHANGES ANY.STATE IN UNIONPassing
and known ,by all the old settlers, through Kissirameev. comIng -
from Melbourne two, field engineers
in Kissimmee

,IS ,OVERSUBSCRIBED was''matter of business.on Wednesday H*,, I I. a native upon -- AN IMPORTANT ONE INCREASE CAPACITY sociation of the Douglas Western C.'Automobile Rhode.and As-D. WITJtALLPRODUGTSSession '

of M.lne-but wa* here before W.< Lewis, topped Just long enoughto

I .....n Thai Project: 'b Bat A Oscoola county was;fOr'IDednd' Nur..* Matter-of Vital Import- 'Cold Storage Plat. W'.u.Be. 0.*.. mile say tour a few they word are making about' the covering 80,000- ef 'Osesla Grower .CoOpentire -. b ,

b "Stock-SeHing Sch***".%; Are Silly conntsvthat, when :Charles Prevattwas 'anc t* Be Discussed. and SettledAt 'Wednesday( ; Aaput 31,, for, ,Material the entire country; from coast to .AasedatioaT Name Coamil.

E And Deserre Coadenuatie*' .> made the tax-collector of the This -Meetiag 1 Alteration : coast.. They leftLos Antreles on .tee and. Deiae Their, Duties .
y; '- -, new county of Osceola there were .- Monday,.May 23, and up to the time '
f Waiting for the completion the several waiting to pay the "first It is most argent>declares the secretary The need of greater Ice productionhas they reached Kissimmee had travelled D.apite' the' jam' e.da:; evening .
transfer for the site selected tax." The day the book 'arrived of the Chamber Commerce, been felt .In Kissimmee for several close to nine thousand mile. 43 member _of the Osceola. Grower*
;./ r paper from Tallahassee Mr.. Libby met the that; every member' of the organization .Theserepresentatives who, are spy Co-operative! .Association: turned out rand
,'{,' by the proper committee a* the headquarters collector and demanded that he at shall be in attendance the years, and now the managementtatieves ing out the land first went to Texas kept ,op its reputation a* the
of the Kissimmee Wholesale once open the package of books and session to be held this evening-adding the time la ripe ,for action. --aad then touched at Kansas City, bet attended organization extant.
Company ha been tiresome give him a receipt for taxes and ; "There are very important, The capacity has been. too limitedfor Saint Louis, New Orleans.' Atlanta, The chief Interest was the appointment .
but W J. Steed representing the sel- this wa done.Whea asked if he took matters to come before this meet- : the actual ,needs) of the city Nashville Jacksonville West Palm ,,of. various standing committees,
part in the digging: 'of Lake Tohopekallga Beach; Miami, and then to Kisaira- upon the personnel of which the executive '.
lers, assured the recent meeting' of.I : Mr. Libby denied the nIt i* generally understood that the and there have been frequent callsto mee OB the way to Tampa and Saint committee has devoted muchstudy.
,.Ihe stockholders of the new wholesale tion- but afterwards admitted that matter _of advancing the city's interests supply outside demands,: which Petersburg and Tallahassee from ? _The committees' a* .
house than he felt sure the requisite he was the one who discovered Para- in a commercial way by al- could not always be filled. which point they will strike the together with their duties a* define)
papers would be at hand ''within a dise Island, uprooted it from a lake lowing a mercantile establishment to ,Arrangements are now being: made states to the north and as far a. in the by-law, follow: f .'
.very few da)'.. Upon ,their arrival far south and towed it to its present occupy *the' quarters now leased by by which the capacity-of the Kissimmee Maine-intending to then start on Membership: C. S. 'Ael' .,' chairman :
which may be before this copy of location-where it has remained hap- the: commercial body' will be consid- Ice and Cold Storage Company their return trip to California. ; F.. A. Stroup. F. A, Babb, M. J, F
f The Gazette' shall be in the hands ofall py ever since ered. There is a diversity'ot opinion plant will be more than doubled before Said Mr. Rhodes: "I have found Crowder C. S.'Crowder Albert Unl-' '4
readers, the balance of the jur-I regarding: this change. "Some mem the winter season arrives. To the road in Florida, taken: in their ing, I. P. Timmons,, and J. E. ,Lup-
*... chase price will be paid over an MERCHANTS AND FARMERS bers.are firmly of the belief 'that the accomplish such results it will be entirety, the best I have seen in any fer. "The membership' committee *.
r: new owners will proceed 'to make the : BANK HAS NEW CASHIER Chamber of Commerce should hold necessary to abolish tn..rlllanteoid state since I left California;r and shall be responsible for devising'
needed changes I in; a portion of .the to.its; lease, which_has nearly a yearto storage room, and with the completion\ of the work on method of increasing' and maintain-*'
building.That W. L. Jackson;, who came te Kis run. There 'are others who feel that all good.. must be removed on highways which is now in progress Ing membership and shall make -recommendations '
portion of the building now simmee to fill the post of cashier for that if an .establishment can be induced oritfcfore August SI. This is impera- and under contemplation there will a* deemed advisable
being used for a retail grocery may I the Merchants and Farmers bank, to locate here which will because .tive.When be ao state in the entire United relative to changes therein" _
be occupied, according to the terms has made a change.'-and I.i now employed of the class of goods carried the plant shall completed States,..that..will equal Florida. We Finance; Leo II Wilson chairman ' "
,of the contract for sixty days-but by the Bank of Orange and draw trade from points which at the there will be found machinery of the are engaged in making road maps of ; H. W. Johnston A. T. French
it is the Intention to close the business Trust Company, at Orlando-having present time goes el.ewher&-there- most modern make suitable for the the' -entire country-working: for the F. A. Stroup. and Charles; A. Garrt. -}
out in a short space of time. already commenced his duties there. by attracting: trade in all lines to the growing conditions of the city; and Automobile Club of Southern California "The finance committee shall j
T* The stock will either be sold in a At a meeting of the board of directors establishments already located -the there will thenbe Installed a roomy which has a membership of be composed of the member of the
lump-or, should no satisfactory offer of,the local bank on Wednes- commercial body should make the and dry storage department for all about 60,000 and keeps more than executive committee,.and shall have, "<
be received there will be a daj rM. S. Lanier was elected to fill sacrifice of the quarter: now* occupied meats* fruits and vegetables of dimensions four. hundred employees as a work- general advisory and regulatory.
"clean-up sale" which will demoralizethe the position of cashier made vacant and secure offices that would which will care for the ing force: gTocery business in the city fora by the resignation. At the same answer all p'urposes for which the need of Kissimmee for some year will;I be perfect one." to the association."
time-as prices will be cut to the meeting G. W. Persons became iden- commercial body is striving. The k> come. FArm Production,....B..' C-::. Miller,,
lowest point. At least that is said tified with the. Merchants and Farmers matter will doubtless be settled at PASTOR OF KISSIMMEEDELEGATE chairman;: M.: D. Caster.S. S. J. 'Fans-,
to be the intention of those in bank, and was made one of the the session this 'SECRETARY OF CATTLEMEN ,TO ASHEVILLERev. ler, Clark Howell, Charles Neid, C.
charge. directors. By all means should: some actionbe RETURNS JROM CUBAN TRIP S. Partin Dr. T. M. Riven. "The I f
B, At a largely-attended meeting of taken by the body to supplement William H. Dresch, pastor of farm production .committee shall be
the stock-holders of the newlyformed WEST PALM BEACHITES that action where all moral support The secretary of Cattlers Raisers' the Presbyterian church of Kissimmee charged with the responsibility of ,
company, held at the Graystone CALLED AT KISSIMMEE was extended some time ago to those Association of Florida, Sam Sum- and Professor of Philosophy ofUollins ,devising, and patting into operation
on Monday afternoon these matters -- .- laboring: for the establishment of a )merlin' has returned from his investigation College in Winter Park ha when so autborlll4 d.metbodll of' im-' j
were discussed. The meeting was R. Portion Paddison, of the Dade wholesale grocery in Kissimmee. trip to Cuba in the Interests been in attendance at the annual proving ,farm lands, b.. drainage,
called for the purpose of considering Lumber Company; Spencer G. Lain- Now that matters have proceeded so ; of the asociation. In the next meeting of the Southern Education etc.; of forming co-operative loan
the form of stock certificates the I I hart of, the Lainhart A: Potter Com- far and so well-now that the establishment issue of The- Gazette there will appear Society. lIe was appointed to represent association for purchase of improvements .'
corporate seal and the by-laws pany; George Gosch, manager of the is a surety and not in the a splendid article regarding Rollins by President George ; of encouraging live stock a*'
which were presented to the meeting. : Dade Novelty Works; and E. W. air-now that such a fair proportionof what he found there-his return to Morgan: Ward, who Is now in New ociationa; of co-operating with state
,a Each of these matters were properly i I i Bunker, manager' the ,Lake Worth the members of the. Chamber of thecity being too late to make a York. The University of Florida and and federal agricultural agencies: of '"
Ti considered and legally adopted andIt Lumber Company, formed a quartet Commerce have become stockholders complete report at this time. Rollitis are the only two college in encouraging the production of standard '
was found that the stock of $50- i making a brief stay in Kissimmee I of the Kissimmee Wholesale Grocery While Mr. Summerlin does not advise Florida represented at this Important varieties of crops and live stock;
000 had been over-subscribed by several -(I yesterday. They were enroute to i Company it would seem a moat at this time the shipmeat of meeting and it is expected that ,and of fostering new agricultural en"terprises.
thousand dollars. There was -an ,I heir homes In West Palm Beach I courteous act to adopt resolutions cattle to Cuba .he will cooperatewith these twe institutions will derive ." .
optimistic feeling over this report from Tampa where they had beenin commendatory! regarding the venture anyone.who.' may wish to- ship: much beaefit from such representation. TrrMarketingr: .E.: : ...
and there was some desire to Increase attendance at a cession of lumbermen I and extending the sincere appreciation and will add a car of his own stockas Rev. A. A. Murphree, president : M. W. Eby L. H.' Ingram. L.
the capital stock in order to of the state- and were enjoying of the commercial body to an experiment. "If the market ef the University of Florida, E. Partin, and F. A. Stfou The
1 have a greater working capital; but the entire trip in regular. east coast those who have taken soo active a conditions. there do not appeal to Las served as vice-president of the marketing committee.shall make a
fit was believed best to let that matter style. part in the locating of this enter- us, he adds. "I believe the cattle society for the past year. careful and detailed study of actual '
W drop till thtfrise-and to those who have decided will show an improved condition operation of. packing shipping etcetera :
which will\ be held on Monday to make this city their home. within thirty days, and in one hun ROADSIDEPLANTING ; shall mak recommendation
I> August 29. COMMISSIONERS TO The work of the, Chamber of Commence dred days every animal will be bet- to the 'association on matter. .per-
The necessary amount of.stock being is to, advocate all things that ter than when shipped from the tabling to all phase of marketing
represented) at the meeting to will tend. to advance the interests or range here.'' OF i iEA11tIFY'H1OHW based upon experience' of uccessful(
legalize all actions, the previously MEET T0.OPENIIDS. I importance of the city, the community 'TRAMMELL.' SEEKS RELIEF : shippers; and, shall locate, and- recommend ,
selected list of directors was unanimously the---eountyt---not.- to- atet'- to the 'the' msrketa''and' buyer
elected with the exception few-but to legitimately labor that FOR HARD-PUSHED FARMERS which shall-best'serve the interest;, of
p of Emma Shaw, whose resignation: WARRANTSPr the: greater number may be benefited. YS this association." r
f'waa. accepted, and G. L. Fleming ON TIME The "Rotarian spirit" should Senator Park Trammell has been Publicity Allison, French ehair.-
chosen to the The temporary successful in having his amendment B. O'Bannon. P. 'Timmons
fill ; all actions of Chamberof MIgII'i. man: ,
** which - permeate ar to the bill for the relief Not, Only Skad Bat Fruit
organization has held ; Commerce and let the maxim of of the agricultural W. L. Tbornd : "The publicity
Are New That
away for some time has now been County "lIe serve best who serve most"be interests adopted. This Prodace1 AD A c&.r To The committee shall beep before'lh pub-
dissolved; and henceforth all matters Baalu WiO Take Snrphu ef run a strong tenet of that body.. amendment make a' producer's note, Charm ef Travel lic the work ana development of
will be transacted by the permanent Warrant I.-Huh. Matter The meeting: this evening should prop rly secured in the hands of a this association) shall supply the city
officers. It is believed. that all matter b e largely.,attended aad a general bank, valid security upon which the At a wbkh"ould; entail lit- and pets with local new;
{' will be be so, quickly' adjustedthat There is to be a meeting of the Invitation to the public is extended. Government Finance Corporation tie' expenditure of money the highways hall .advertise, special campaign,
work of improvement in the board of ,county commissioners on | may advance money to bank in order throughout Osceola "county meetings, and other, "efforts in any
building will begin at an early mo- Monday next whenwill be consider BUCKMASTER to aid. producer in holding their could be transformed within a few line of rural development; ,hall secure
..el'' menWand that but a short time will ed the bid. for the time warrant RESIDENCE product until there i.. an export years into most attractive routes of co-operation ,of the press to'
ensue before merchant are being which have been voted for the completion SECURED .BY SQUIRES. market for them. Senator Tram- ravel- thereby winning considerable further these ends and'shall recom-
supplied with their wares from ,this of the Melbournc-Kissimmee ----- meU's provision is greatly in aid of publicity over the entire United (Contlau4 oa Pace Two) ,
institution. : cross-state well as such Leslie R. Squires, who is connected .the producers, as the bill without his Itates -r for, there are traveler in ....'
matters ,aa may directly concern the with the Kissimmee Wholesale Gro- amendment provided only, for a far this county daring the year from all KISSIMMEE 'BUSINESS COLLEGE
COOPERATION INCREASE construction of the road. cery Company, has this week purchased 'mer'to obtain a loan through 'a dealer states. ." ,,,. _', 4
IN THE CITRUS CULTUREThe There have been already disposed the residence property be- 'I a marketing agency or a farmers. Such appear to be the concensusof We note with pleasure that our
of many thousand worth of longing to Dr. R. M. Buckmaster at association. Under this amendmenta -opinion- regarding the measure friend; Professor-Jem D.'McGlash-. ,
moat far-reaching new. item these w.rranU-t their face value ,603 Emmett street and will occupy producer's security can be handled which the city of. .Saint Cloud; ha an, will open a business college In
in citrus circles since'the industry --and the residue will,,'not aggregate theplace as soon M it shall. be va through a bank without his being instituted. upon her own* initiative Kissimmee between' September' land
has.assumed importance in the state a very large'Agure. The brick lumber cated. forced .to apply to a dealer or 'an association and her citizen are anxious ,that at 16-, and already'' number of. appllatlons ,
_4 is confirmation by officers of the and She commisAon of tbosq I In speaking of his purchase Mr. for assistance and when a least the county shall take 'up the have been made. Professor
"C A! Florida Citrus Exchange of the fact constructing the highway, have already Squires said: "I can see a great future bank baa made a loan to a farmer work commenced and "plant trees" McGlashaa.. says,. .This, propose to
that the Standard Growers' Exchange been agreed upon as being i ; for Kiflsimmee in many ways upon satisfactory security the bank from the limit of that city-'to the bean institution of,high grad ?and a
with headquarter in Orlando by these wararnts at par; there I and I am taking no chances in delaying can then use this character of securi! imita of Kissimmee. It baa been hew I i. every indication that' it will
will hereafter market iW fruit solely has been a tentative agreement that my' buying until values have obtaining an advance from the ..ulr'l"te4.that if the authorities be appreciated by a large ,number of
through the co-operative organization the.cement may be secured: in the reached normal. I believe. that this United States Finance Corporation should see fit to plant other than PUPI .. '
of the Florida CitrusExchange... same manner; and there is a bare city is going forward. There is no The.,measure and amendment was oak t,.., which -would conform to We know that Professor McGlash-
-Tn..Btand.rd.hnthe.eecond. pvaslity-that the--several-'railway. reasonwhyitshouldnot' _ScoreaoX adoptetj and,passed..in_the_senate.. thL..Yati.tJ'_* >nt_Jnaint Cloud, an:Wihlgive freely of hi* Mm andstrength _
largest factor in the Florida citrus will accept.-the: same sort of payment other places have leaped forward- there might be a number of varieties in.bJ* DeW'ftelcl'of-1tork, '
world, being exceeded only by the for their freight .charges. IC these and many' of them were cities and GAZETTE FOREMAN LEAVES selected-seme of them fruit-bearing never grudgingly but'In full measure, 7
big co-operative organization .in the points shall :be settled in this wise towns with far less attractive environments ON HIS-ANNUAL VACATION which would be a pleasing diversification and our Kissimmee. friend :can,re-.
volume of citrus fruits handled. It all that will be needed Is the fund ; and it will not be long along the route of travel. pole in him with 'perfect confidence.
has maintained packing houses in from which to draw cash for the now before there will be an era of A. R. Dennis,man of The Gazette Once the line 'of trees planted by .i* they aid in tile opening of the new-
Orlando. Fullers. Tampa Crescent payment of wages and the upkeep. progress which will make all of us accompanied By..JWrs. Dennis Saint Cloud shall take root 'and business college. Winter Park will'
City, Eustis Frostproof, Bowling Regarding: the balance of the far- up and w"nder'." left on Monday morning by car for flourish they will grow with considerable miss Professor and Mrs. McGlashan,
Green, Eagle Lake Cocoa, Fort rants which as yet have not been The transfer of the property was Ozona, where .they expect to spend; rapidity and will add .to the but will follow with the best of wish
"' Pieree Harsnja, Bradentown, Arcadia disposed of 'for this portion of the made through the agency of D. M. a couple of weeks off clear, unadul- appearance of that spot. No matter es.-Orlando Reporter-Star. '
p: and Fort Myers. Fruits from its work there were Kissimroee on Boyle. terated rest. The chances are they how quickly the commissioner may t
holdings of its own, together with Wednesday- four .members of the FOR will spend) eyery day III seeking some conclude to thus improve the highway FRYING SIZE' CHICKENS i
that from other growers: in the vi- Chamber of Commerce of Saint STARTS BALTIMORE. new locality,Petersburg Clear- alluded to those tree alreadyset FINDING LIGHT' MARKET. .
cinity of these packing: houses shipped Cloud. These men C. A. Bailey AND NEW YORK MARKETS water, Saint Tampa, and out will have a fair start; yetit '- "
by the Standarorganizationact Sam Brammar, R. D. Libby and various other places Including Olds would require but a comparativelyshort Notwithstanding the fact that "ev;
\ season was considerably in excess Fred Stevens-were deputized to George W. Persons, owner of a mar, will be visited diiHng their stay. time for a growth to be' gained erybody like*' a chicken it .should be'
",, of a million boxes. meet with the board of directors of chain of stores of which the Dollar Accompanying: them for the first that would add to the beauty. noticed that there II in Oseeola county ,
Fruit from the groves of Joseph the local Chamber; of Commerce,and Limit is but one, left yesterday for i week were Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bron- One thing however, should be borneIn an overstock and poultry-raiser,
Di Giorgio the Gentile Brothers the advise with them regarding the proposition New York and Baltimore markets to son and son, Irlo.ana-it Is possible mind-and that 1 Is that the trees are In sore .trarta regarding the disosal .
Standard and other fruit handled by which it is believed can be place orders for new stocks for all that other residents of hingle Creek should be set sufficiently far from > of their stock There are, .in
; the organization hereafter will' be put through in case there shall be his establishments In addition to may.also\ make the trip. Ozona is In the centre of the road that any en the aggregate thousand of chlx that'-'
marketed through the Florida Citrus no satisfactory bids for the war- the three stores already under way ; Pinellas county directly on the gulf largement of the highway,would net cannot be sold at a fair'price- and ;
Exchange and by others ,who join Ins rants. The plan as proposed Is that Mr. Persons contemplates adding as coast er necessitate the,. removal of any of the growers are somewhat discouraged .)J"i
:J! the membership of the organization. the four banks of the county jointly many more as soon as he can secure the-m.! because'of the lack of demand for ;:
These holdings are very large and take the remainder of the bonds nf the sites desired. SPECIAL MEETING THIS Those who have 'traveled In their stock. : :
consist of'excellent bearing properties the best figures that can be afforded : EVENING OF KISSIMMEEI tions of this .state where the highways 'In view of this condition it would '1f''
together with a considerable each bank to hold subject to checkto FROM A MILLIONDOLLAR"SCHOOL OF COMMERCE are tree-bordered as well as be well for all growers of 'poultry 'i
4i.: acreage of young groves.MAY cover each payroll the cash sub DEBT COUNTY CHAMBER II those who have passed through other having: an overstock to getIn touch .
' scribed. In this case the funds would : A meeting of the Kissimmee I states where such embellishment! with the county demonstration agent,'
Fort Pierce has assessment
; CONTINUE BUSINESS be drawn -as evenly as possible from a'-tax j Chamber of Commerce is called add to the pleasures of the trip, will Leo H. Wilson. He has devised a' \ '
roll of this
r1 IF CREDITORS AGREE tN each institution-allowing; the fundsto will be $1,171,946 35 37 mills year; its levy to ifor this evening. A -full attendanceof understand what a great addition to way in which all those having sur-' ;, .
or according
' / / TERMS OF COMPOSITION remain as long as might be.possible the News-Tribune, These < the members is urgently request- attractiveness such growth brings I. plus stock may make shipment inconsiderable 1
progressive No other state has the possibilities quantities andreceive )
-4'x in the several depositories. Florida in ed-- .jrnattrs importance will be
., ...- With assets named as $9.870 and It was the belief of the joint meeting for towns'public. spend. presented for discussion.J. of Florida in this regard -and, no- return that would be pleasing-for: .
ing improvements.If
n liabilities stated a* 21,090.29.. Fred that such a condition might be money all dollar-values for the D. WOODBECK. Secretary. where else can luxuriance of vegeta- there is always a demand for fryers. J, .. .
\ they got tion be with less trouble The difficult part of the business I I. ,
. : S. Gilbert, president of the Fred S. brought about with little effort-and dollars what marvelous produced
i Gilbert Company, filed papers of voluntary It was agreed by the session that towns they they would spend bet! Miami Me- MacDONOUGH BUNGALOW and less expense. Every resident of to learn where the shortage exist' ..q,
this Osceola county has a desire that the -and this Mr. Wilson appears. to '
bankruptcy and has made an matters in direction would be NOW HAS NEW OWNER .
tropolis entire county shall be made attractive have seared: "-
offer of composition to his creditors. hastened in order that full conclusions -
,. Jt I.:' Just what that offer is has not been may be reached at the meetingof Former Resident Visit Kissuaaiee. One of the effects qf the institu- ; all of possibly, cannot be so In any event it would be, -well,, te. I
.,;: made public, but should it be accepted the ,commissioners on Monday tion of the 'new grocery proposition I transformed; therefore it behoove get In touch with the county agentvand :k
fl\ Mr., Gilbert .which he bas strived so strenuously about Messrs. Farmer' and Ingram their two son Charlie and Joe, accompanied the'purchase of the bungalow in the "the: point of least resistance' to which ther."might'be made,a ,ship- ..
c. to build. At his store there express themselves as ready to start by Jeff Davis, all of Fitzgerald Cape Breeze addition from the owner bring about gradually beautification merit of considerable. size,.at some :.ii;
.r .. .has, been no change during the few at work the following day. The work Georgia, arrived "in Klsslm .J ,Alan J. MacDonoagh formerly ;even in its simplest dons -especially designated time. Poultrymen are Y
:- day: which' have el.ped.lDee.the of grading,for :. the aidetrack, near meet on' Wednesday for, a brief visit. city engineer,by O. W.Llnstronv who when. this may be' at smal advised-aot:to, bring.inrany'of. their: i-
\. ;', ; place-:-and Holopaw andthe'placing .of the tie Mr., Carroll 1* an old resident of this come-*,'.from. Mississippi.. ,, ..Mr.Lind.. outlay., 0 stock-ekeept such a* the ,.local ;\ .
" '" prominence given.the sdjuudgrnentth. ready'for.the'nUs under the direc- section's state, ..and t* .being stronr ha* been engaged as traveling The ,.eltbena and 'taipapere'wtfgladly market IIUIY'be'able'to 'handl*-- ntll .v !i1: .
i t /ti.,'L paper* throughout-the state.none In .tJ.Geralcl'-Aabton-eoantY rotd; warmly greeted by aeores of his for- representative of :_' th* "' Klsstnm "endors.suck; action upon, the satisfactory"arrangement. have been
ii .' Kissimmee would have known:of,the leted before ; mer associates. In: addition to'"+ hi* Wholesale Grocery ; Company.e.nJ part of .the coDmlaalonen-provided mad. with the county agent; onCe'tho '
,. ;": affair;' for It wa Mr.. Gilbert's. intention the comml.alonen' will meland turpentine Industry In. this, locality bring'' credentials; )showing. .; Ms -f'revioas that'' expenseat' 'the .commence hare been agreed' upon, aJtthat., *,.;:: ""
..\';' to 'arrange* his :'financial; difficulties the East Coast.road will immediately Mr..Carroll U-:.remembered a* producing high standing.' :'' '" ment'.shall' not be 'extreme'- and :the win be needed , .see that the arrangements < i \
'!- -, with ,a.* little comment I as ,lay the .Iran ,that. shipment ;th*'"greatest and beet.water- -' The .. ty'.fde&1"put't1aroal'b" : .. matter should" be'given' some:.prominence are carried out 'to _th"*. ., I'
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i, < Two, 4EsIMMEEvALi.E1AzETrEp FRIDAY; AUGUST"It, 1921w
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FLORIDA: DAIRY. FARMING )(strutted is make careful .tad,. of SP ED, LIMIT'BROKEN
HAS STEADILY (INCREASEDIn the outlook and desirability of securing A3 WARING'APPLIES
refrigerators,for shipping strawberries
a recent communication sent by and, all phase of the straw FOR AN EARLY PARDON
Growers "and think J. M. WUlson,, of Kissimmee.. to:Will berry marketing question.The -
M. Traer, of Jacksonville,' who is associated association voted to apply for R. D. Waring, who was recently
with the "Farmer and Stock membership in /the local chamber of convicted of aggravated assault
r about the man," the matter of. dairy farmingwas commerce, and, made. W. L.' Thorn- the person of J. F. Ange whom War upon '
A brought up)-aa Mr. Willson desired dyke, of KUsintmee. and C. E. John. Ing had claimed be shot In self defense J'
< to secure the opinions of those son, of Saint Cloud, honorary mem- at Orlando early In the
: ; he believed were qualified to bers of the Growers'- Association.J. has applied to the state pardon boarfor
I'(' xdhangesuptAycoiinpaiiy.- ,fdom!) In his reply Mr.,, Treed. said F. Bailey, of the yellow ,bus line, a pardon from the sentence of
: announced a special rate of t6c for
_sixmeaths.: in prison and a fine of
x' "It Is true that there are now existing the ;round trip from Saint Cloud to <
\, 500, the Tampa Tribune,,
,:, in Florida drawback to the Kissimmee on ,nights, when the meetings says ;::
dairy business that more than offset of the association are held lie Waring, a rail'estate dealer in --
would your production Its longer growing 'season ,when will I leave Saint Cloud promptly; at Orlando, called Ange, who is president
A and after compared with Wisconsin, or New seven o'clock, returning. after the of, the Bank of Orange, Orlando ..50g2.2d'cigareHes
have during
costs gone, to his home 'one' night several
York but these drawbacks can all meeting, and will pick up pa** ngers '
0' the war, but for the restraining ' be, eliminated. ,The principal drawbacks enroute. Mr. Bailey was warmly ap. months ago, and after some words ,f.frIOcnone f -
; are the presence of the cattle plauded ,for this announcement as it with the banker concerning a business sack of
.' influence of the Exchange tick, the open range condition lack will enable many growers in the venture at Klsslmmee., in whichWaring
r / of improved pastures, unfamiliarityor Saint Cloud vicinity to attend the wanted a part which was denied GENUINE 'a'
. Supply Company?! a' great majority of the people !gatherings of the organization. He him by Ange, the latter was
t in the state with the use of fresh i leas recently put several more acres hot by Waring. At the trial, which
milk and cream, lack of a good home under cultivation in .Saint Cloud and occurred a few" weeks-ego in Orlando -
', What would you be asked"for; -market for dairy product with manufacturing promises to rival some. of the expert Waring testified that Ange attacked "BOLL":
l fertilizer today but for the fact facilities for makingbut- pepper and strawberry growers. him as he lay In bed ill. The
ter; condensed milk, etc., and per- Several new members joined the banker testified that he'not only did
: few other lesser obstacles association not attack Waring, but was in the
i 'f that the Exchange Supply Com I hope a bringing the total paidup -
# everyone of which can and will be membership tb 82 in less than act of leaving the room having refused DURHAM
i panyhas its own fertilizer plant .' overcome within the next very few three months of its existence. New to talk further with Waring
' ; years. members who joined' at this time and that the l latter drew a pistol TOBACCO
1 In operation? i "During the past few years dairy were: R. II. Brock, L. J. Denning, from under his pillow and fired. The
-: -" farming in "Florida+ _.J>as_ made wonderful Clifford Lester and J. E. Tyson. banker war only slightly wounded. z z:: lr .
- -- progress The affair created a Sensation. J '.
How much more would you I, "At the present time conditions KEY OF HANDCUFFS LOST. _.. .. \,

1' ''' have to-pay for crates during the 'may be in better New York in.favor or Pennsylvania of the dairymen , IN "KING, QUEEN JOKER"A .6.-. 6. -.. .6. . .6AAA. . . .66A.. . . .. .4, .... .0..0..0..090.0.. - _ i"

T coming shipping season but for I abut on the whole, if I were a dairy pair 'of French handcuffs created ,
'man, I believe. I would rather start a lot of excitement on the Sidney
c the ownership of mills by the IT.tint: now in Florida than in any Chaplin stage during the filming ofa

4, Exchange Supply Company? no'rthern' or middle-western state. I scene of "King, Queen,Joker," and 156 Miles i Per Hour 'i c
have spent ten years in Florida Chaplin's first Paramount five reel
T identified with live stock farming, comedy production; which comes to
2 Wherein would lie 'and I think I know the dairy situation ,the Casino on Monday.One 0.,
any hope pretty well. It is my opinion of the actors was adorned "
that the greatest opportunity by far with the .
f- -- thecitrusindustryofFlorida"but ---- - ?| foreign-bracelets which Mr.
is in Florida, because we are steadily I Chaplin procured during his filming '
for the buying at wholesale eliminating unsatisfactory tondi- tour; abroad. After the scene was Made by Tommy Milton at Daytona Beach "r:

.... I tions. It is my honest opinion that i iI taken it was discovered that the key
' made possible by the Exchange I Iless than five years' time will see was lostl! Mr. Chaplin sent the hand- :
a rt : j Supply Company. I Florida practically free from any I cuffed actor over to the Lanky studio April 28, 1920 .
unsatisfactory conditions importance where Houdini was working. The t
t to the dairy farmers, with a j jI j'"Handcuff King" removed the brace
good market for sweet milk, sweet 1 lets in just thirty seconds! The next L
Since there
are so many ways I and sour cream, both winter and sumI I time Syd Chaplin imports a pair of USING SINCLAIR OIL t
in which the Exchange Supply mer. During the summer our surplus (foreign bracelets to use in a produc-
; I will be manufactured into butter 1 tion, he will also bring along a bunchof ,
i,: Company saves money to the and condensed milk and it will be keysv :). 1
I I largely consumed as sweet milk and I ,
members of the Florida Citrus LEGION MEMBERS TO TOUR f.
cream in the winter by the hundreds

.. Exchange, why not become affiliated ular of thousands visitors.of tourists who are reg- FRANCE AT AN EARLY DATE We Sell It and Invite You (to Try It ;,

Major General Henry J. Allen .
and reduce I
your grove
commanding the United States
,\' and packing house costs? A GOOD FRIENDA occupation in Germany and a com-armyof CLAY & THOMAS ;
. pany of American infantry from the ;
Rhine have been ordered by the war
L }! Ceunlt tW ...,. S.bEuhageti good friend stands by you when department to attend the unveilingof
the Stewart Avenue Carafe, Phone 22. Kissiautee 'j S
Flirey monument at Flirey ;
tell howDown's f'
in need. Kissimmee
Association people
err ataaaf el tke Fieri.a France, this summer. The monumentis
I Kidney Pills have stood the
a GtnM. Excaaare abort terns of test. M. Cosner, retired farmer, of a memorial to the American Expe ..-
& .eabenaip. TSJ Exckaaf. Sop.ply i 609 Mabbette street, endorsed Doan's dition Forces. Two hundred and fifty ----, - -. --- \
members of the American
..... confirmsthe Legion \
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Company serves. only .eatben I story.years Could ago you ask for more who have-been Invited to tour Franceas Best Fertilizer Insecticides Sprayer Poultry Supple -;

of the Florida Otru bcIa..,.. convincing testimony? guests participate of the French in the governmentwill ceremonies. Honest' Good Fair Prices Prompt Shipment ;

"I feel justified by giving my recommendation John G. Emory, national commanderof Ask Your Neighbor-He Knows :
Pills "
for Doan Kidney
the Legion, will be one of the E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacksonville, Honda {
for I know they are just as represented
; ," says Mr. Cosner. "I used speakers. Get May 20tk 1921 Price List Now furnishing "SIMON PURE" and } r

E SUC AIIIYa E them for kidney complaint and back- i World peace is two and a half i "GEM BRANDS"
ache and have been greatly benefited
: years old and can hardly stand alone. .
\ them. "I. am glad to give this en-, 1 .I'
i On March 26, 1918, Mr. Cosner 6
,.. - said in belief -
: "I am just as firm my j
T r' :' of Doan's Kidney Pills now as
'a. >, when I endorsed them before. They I
'gave me absolute relief at that time' .

1 J. I .Southern' Freight Auditors and Collectors J and Price I continue 60c; at to all recommend:dealer them.Don't" 71 711Jf

i I simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan You ?
( Are
.' Kidney Pille-the same that a Progressive
,. f .-. 906 'MurcbUon, National Bank Building, Mr. Cosner had. Foster-MUburn Co.,
t Mfr, Buffalo N. Y.
.v ti" WILMINGTON, N. C.. ." | .

An organization conducted on approvd business lines to furnish CO-OPERA TlON PROVES

.... protection against raihoad errors. BIG WINNING FACTOR .
..: . \\0 : ', I WITH ALL PRODUCERS '--i" '
(Continued rrom'Pasre One) '
bills audited and{ claims for overcharges also other claims ''mend to the association"methods of *

.' .fifed and. followed through to settlement on commission basis, viz: information and notification of matters : \ ,,
of concern, and of reaching communities '..

:1 + I Orerdavft Claim' 50 Percent' of Collection. . in the\ association.and individuals" who are not : ,4

f.ff '" Lot Md Damage 'Oaims: 15 Percent of Collections. Entertainment: I. P. Timmon, "'".
r chairman; J. E. Lupfer, B. O'Ban- ,.. ,,
=, Send in at once by mail or express, whichever: is cheaper freight Smith.non. G. "The O. Ricketta entertainment and Miss committee A. ''If JNt;t

;, : bills on all movement on which charges were paid within the paste shall be responsible for creatingan .

;- 'two year Florida= ; four years in Georgia and three years in Alaba entertainment program, and carrying ,.'
r ma. They will be acknowledged upon receipt carefully preservedand it out when so authorized; -- ,1
returned at our.expense. shall make recommendations to the
association as to methods of fostering -, n

e 'i-- lrkb" flLIendoted.itatement.01number.andamount.fsack- wholesome-- recreation for themembers h______ ____________ __ . ___ __ _ n ____________ ____ ._ .
t 'claim.. Refund check*;for y+vouchers only to claimant. Claims on and the community;nand \

movements. prior,'March.!' I1920. must be filed.- during August to-be-created shall co-operate agencies with all the existing vicinity or Science teaches nothing can stand 'still.We ;

sr ."J. ,By DICKINSON, Maa.ftrFourteen matters.whose purpose relate to recreational. .
s Year in Rate and Traffic Department Fairs and Exhibits:- Leo H. Wilson, )
chairman J. F. M. D. Cas-
; A. C. L R. R, Wilmington N. C. ler, M. J. Crowder, C. S. Aeree, S. T.
r \ Fansler, J. K. Milliard, H. W. John "
Reference: WILMINGTON son H. L. Maktason, F. A. Stroup. either
Murchison National Bank is Headquarter for and Miss A. Smith. "The fairs and progress or retrogress.

Wilmington N. C. A. C. L R. R. exhibits committee shall assist the
'. ; county and home demonstration ,
,..... .", agent and other county officials, in '
preparing and placing exhibits I.:
'' proper .
; f" '
at such fair' shall U" determined
....e'........................o..o., ...... which shall as be credit to c'

the county and to the state." Bank with and be .
Poultry Committee: Allen E. Fos- us a progressive. ;;;,:

{V .iKissimmee I ( Business College C.fosdick Barker., chairman; A. D.. Marston/ S.' ,

i i i Home Improvement: Miss A. Smith
chairman; she to pick her committee IrG <, ,
PROSPECTIVE DATE OF OPENING :.' as need arises. "The home Improve- ." "
r ment committee shall encourage the {, 'I
Yf f Between September 1 and September 15 member, of the community to cleanup \ i
paint up, and improve and beau- i '"-
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tify their homes and surroundings; ,
1 STUDENTS EXPECTING TO TAKE UP COURSES OF STUDY to utilize; labor savers and home comforts < '.

w, "iN THIS INSTITUTION SHOULD MAKE ENTRIES AT ONCE- ; encourage and stimulate book .
I .;, ;' magazine clubs and efficient
THEREBY AVOIDING ANY DELAYS AT THE LAST MOMENT household management; and encour-

This purposes to be an institution of high-grade and there is age improvement of the. home garden

r? -$a : 'every' indication that it will be appreciated by a large number < pu- The, orchard president, and grove.and the" secretary- Merchants & Farmers' Bankof

,'ptl* ;Donot delay. Mrs. C E. Hilton, so favorably known will be treasurer were made ex-officio mem-
4 !'toriaof; .'the instructors Correspondence should addressed to the bers of all committees..
principal, care-of The Valley Gazettes At the meeting Tuesday evening it
was decided to fertilizers .
\ purchase ,
vs's JAMES D. MacGLASHAN. Principal. lime hardwood ashes, and such materials Kissimmeev
1I in carlots and at a great sav ,

. . ing. A ,special meeting was called .. ,
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for Tuesday, August 16, at which '
prices submitted ,by various firm ,.
*\ If"'the baby 'anaa'.it from wind ,The wooden 'clothes pins oaedr annually will, be considered and orders. 'placed President \ ii
:: ''diarrhoea summer complaint, 'In the United States take for the 'amounts''' needed. : R. C WOODBCRY, Vice President.R.. fc GRABCL.
? Vice
>; '. ft'.McG.'e.Baby Ellxir4'It'' fa'a 20,000,000 te.t.of". ,lumber., ;.-- "' '.. '_The___proper: ,'.committee were In. President
harmless and effective'remedy. ' the W. L JACKSON, Cashier
-' if, Forty :yean of constant 'us. t. I ; .
', ,.'36 ud'60e."Sold' 'bJ".. ,.). .Z.. < (84, taJckfy. :rtBeesBSMuaaaa. "C.at1Headae : ; best'proof. ,of .tie effectiveness, of I
0.- # , l' White Cream .Vennifugv ,for expell
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wwm. or adult. Price __....

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Orlondo I* S-o-m-e City Sandwiches What 'Am Oh, You Little Hammer 1 since I deposited $2.27-and probably
fix it I'm Because that started in Do know is that others have the .
I Anyway you can betting of a row you why it at an done same thing
I TAPPING THE THOUGHT TANK ,that 'Bob" Waring' feels like a piker. Miami over the price of a sandwichone "afternoon" all the dear women so I'm led to believe the
,If I I man is dead, another' In th e hoe leave at'one and the same time? chimes is merely to save wear and
So Say We All pital, and two moreare in jail. The You've noticed It, haven't you girls? fear on. the gong.y
Br THORN | When a dog is thirsty all he will man killed was the one who furnished I don't care if the cake does taste as '* *
drink is water. Darn a dog, anyway! the sandwich. Judging from whatI if the flour was a bit musty and the
s Still Harping On Mary >
a have been charged for Sandwiches cream is flavored like a cross be-
O. With The DanceA lie Sure Write A MouthfulI'm Another Punk ProblemIf in some places-not in Miami however tween sixty cents a quart and violet Mary had a modern skIrt
good tennis-player is a fine infavor of taking 'up a subscription you keep your cow in a pasture for there I was always the toilet water and; the cold tea hasn't That fluttered in the breeze y+
shimmy dancer-but all shimmy for the purpose of presenting where she gets mighty good I Jgrub "guest"-the Jury; will probably' return the least sign of disposition there And everywhere that Mary went i
dancers are not fooling with that Jefferson Thomas of the Thomas will she give pasturized milk? a verdict of "justifiable retribu isn't one of the guests who 'rill leave You saw her dimpled knees. 1
sort of a .racquet. Advertising Agency, with a coufse tion.. ahead of the other. There's a rea Times-Union.
.., I in penmanship in any reputable business Then Screech A Little son. You know it. If so be you don't Mary had a bathing suit
Suggestive Or Imperative college that will guarantee results. -' The man who can "hide behind his Mebbe Making StillsI know it, well call at m7 office. I'll That fit her awful tight .
Says the Golfo Herald: I Jeff "writes a handful" now wife's skirts" in these days jot garment -often wonder what has become tell you. Yassum. And everywhere" that. Mary wentf

When in Wauchula eat at so spencerianly that his stenog has I conservation would have to be of those large institutions which, .' Yon... looked with much dellChtoteechobeeNewc".. ....... .
_.. the. to print the name right out in plain : built like a crane. thank you. -- -- r' M
Palace cafe: I i -- i only a few years aback were making It's A Dead Ringer
Why Give some reasons for the letters ;..... the ink part looking more # such large assortments of bar drainers I believe in economy; along certain But never -mind what Mary wore.
like Provisory Pharmacy than anything One Emphatic Fact It's not what Mary had.
request. I beer-pipe cleaners bar faucets lines-but when the officials of the
i I can think of that's fit' to If some women I know should J coil boxes,workboards, footrails andthe Bank of Osceola County cut out the It's what sweet Mary didn't wearte i a+
If- Or Something Like That print. Geel! But -here's )hoping. I make their conversation as short as I like? It is possible that Henry appendix of their .street clock so the That made 'it;look so bad. u -
'" The Lake Alfred News says: "It their skirts they'd have to learn to Ford took all the superfluous stock chimes woriT" chime merely for the -Saint Augustine Record ,
is BO Use .'ltl'ytng to dodge facts.' : Extremely Prolific Yield I talk on their fingers. But then who'dIbother and worked it up into Fordsons, and sake of economical reasons it is carrying But Mary had a fIUN. '"
Well I should say .01! Keeps a man I The Tarpon Springs Leader tells ( to look*at *their* fingers T in such event it would not beer very the joke too far. it cant be Known well throughout th'!:,toWDJ
mighty busy trying to Dodge cars, I of a mar) in that city Who raised one : Wont That Be Mice long time till the stock was cleared because the institution doesn't have And everybody'recognized ' it
don't think? peanutvine bearing sixty: peanuts, I the because isn't week '
you I I money it a Mary .em -7
I The Write Park Post is to be f. +
'* and says that he has an equally large published '
Rents Are Up A Bit yield upon his entire patch. All : by a corporation of considerable -
Dropping a nickel in the right. I always have heard that Tar- financial backing and will be con- -i...
'tlon box on Sunday spay it pon Springs had a lot of nuts in i it ducted "with malice toward none. r.
:'f' It i
(IF full week's rent in heavenalthough"L -bot including the Leader folks; and It seems to me I've' heard that expression .

there are a lot of folks seem to think now here is the proof. There's out somewhere sometime be- ...'-, ..
.o. a nut in Tarpon Springs but knows fore : .
aM there's nuts and other things to joke +
That 'Made It Awful 'em; when nutty nuts begin to shout, Not Controlled By Painters' Union '4-
the nuts take the out On a woman may'paint .....y""' .. r
The Plant City Courier was last sponge sponges. ;.. ' '
. week telling about a fellow who was -and soak 'em., Till she looks like a saint- 'I. "tv _' "....# '.. '.. : ':.
* She may add to her beauty, each
"shell-shocked" 'the "s" in thatt
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> first "WOrd'didn't show up in the copy Time 'Hive Changed . though; ,. .. :. \ "
And It. be hard < ''
desk. Ten when the folks at ; '
of the issue that came to my years ago 1'1' .
t' .* That's all there is to this story,. Fellsmere, Florida, went to Fort She has no "union card"Becaulle .
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,. Pierce to bring- back a couple of she don't paint. that.. way.- l
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"! From Up Near Th' Horns thousand dollars for! the payroll
Scientists is is reported have they they were always taking fourin What A Vacation For f
the with loaded A recent ruling in Germany insists
found bones of an- animal that lived party- every man .
with .hootin'Irons'fraid. somejone that when a man starts off on his '. "
hundred and fifty thousand
one years 1.
ago. And I feel surethat I have might hold 'em up and take the ma- annual vacation he mast take hit : : :
wife the order being given that i%
eaten some of the.meat off that same zuma. Yet Miss Lena M. T. Clarke -
.durned critter. Amen. left $7,506) carelessly in her bureau "married couples must spend theirholidays '.'
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together. I'll leave it to M \\il
: drawer at West Palm Beach for several t
Merely Old As They. Drees! __ days-and feared no loss. Anyway you if that isn't a rotten way to .
A boy in Bellefonte1, Pennsylvania, I it was a damedsite safer than spend a fellow's vacation? ;
r '1, is older than his great-aunt. That's some of her cancelled vouchers had _
been when left for short time in Watcher Mean "Artistlc.lIyf""It ''r1'
nothin'. I've seen, and not so very : ,
long numerous grandmotherswho I her locked compartment in the post- danced artistically the shimmy
ago "
'office. Yaisum. is a most charming diversion, was
really appeared younger than * the decision of a session of three
their daughters. Mebbe they weren'tbut / STANDARD
dolled Stirring It hundred dancing teachers. recently ,
they were some up.SemetalngjOr
.,! . "And there's the youth," held in Paris. I don't know the meaning 30v
-- -SaidHiramDunV"Who .'ot 'diversion. -but-I: Jove. t. :(NONSKI;
A Tad prides herself hunch,; and naturally, I'd say the ,
.One heading in a metropolitan On being tough. Frenc,," dancing teachers were cor- H
Joul'ftal.ald: "Harding Cuts WoodFor rect. d?
Hastings Tribune. : BMV
Breakfast. "For breakfast, -
"And there's the girl' i.
eh? be the president is another 4
Said,William Tell, Not A. Natural Sequence
of those Seventh Day folks "Who prides herselfOn A publication just off the press, a
who swear they'll never eat meat. being swell. book of considerable site says that The Fastest Selling Tire ; .,

"'......"Yassum. Exchange. President 'Harding' is a good poker rt
"And there's a married pl.yer..od< adds that a good poker
Aw Shvt.Up Man" said Lee player is a good politician. There "
Says the Gainesville News: "Who prides himself are more than a score of mighty In AmericaThe : r

: Now that rolled hose is in On being free. I good poker players in this locality- ; . )
vogue, where do women hide -Saint Augustine Record. but so tar's I know none have ever e :.J,
their money? "This his the pep" I been accused Of twin*; politicians of I r ,I
% What Hra1lt-to know is did Mrs. J. Said Everett True 'even second grade.' 'Ncvtir. increasing popular demand lot the Firestone Standard Mx3V Inch tire over w
I O. Todd write that query? If she "And I know Where -* a period of refers baa Given ua big volume. 'Our Plant No. :2 demoted wholly to this size .' s

1 I did. then -the heading- this article "They'make it, too." Another Tom The Peeper tire with a capacity of 16,099 tires and 2e,'" tubes.per
doesn't count. I IHere' Illinois visitor wrote to the mayor On Mar 2. we dropped our price to $13.95 ........"on to the car owner the full
'., Poetry As I. of Atlantic City that he had seen a t benefits this big sales volume and this labor-earing plant. This tire bas been our I
.+. Shock Was Tatal Writes E. H. Guy, in the Winter girl disrobing in an oatomobtle. He etandard for yeare---four plies long staple fabric:---extra gum between pU.s-heavy '
A prominent resident of Saint Haven Chief: ought to be arrested.-Jacksonville non-eJtld- tread. The greatest value,"_ offered. car' owners. Insist. on Firestone.. ,1 l'
:' It Paul was found dead one morning Pretty Winter Haven light Times-Union. 1
r recently in his berth on a pullman. ed by the silver moon shows Ife surely would have been if the Tire ']
; l' He had probably found a porter on the beauty of God's handwork air! was as fair of face and figure as Our Cord Values

.\ the car who would bring him a glass as We look on natures the Lakeland variety. It would arrest . . a
I fef' icewater 'during the night without bloom. When the Night is any live Lakeland's man's at. Firestone Cord three... made'exclusively. In Plant No. 1. Our proceae of double
'.. holding out his palm for a tip-and black with darkness and the tention for a long time to get an eye gum-dipping each ply of cord gives thicker Insulation. The massive non-skid head r,
the shock was altogether too much. wind goes scurrying by then full of such a sight.-Lakeland Advertiser with extra thickness where wear Is most svero9 ." real effectiveness In holding the "
* the twinkle of the diamond, : car against slipping and adds many extra miles of service. .j '
.. !) fie Has 'Em Bluffed light with Glory all the Sky. Which latter paragraph goes to I r >
'. y Governor Small of Illinois is a Why don't Man do just a little show that Editor Childes has been j Firestone Cord Urea are sold at the lowest prices In cord '\
"bIg" official, all right. According when the Master does so making some Royal investigations. tire history 30x3$. JMJIOj: 32x4: $46.30 ,,34x4H. $54.". '
; -;to the stand taken by the Illinois much, use the talents that *- *. ..
t, governor the president of the United He gives You, add 'to it the when called to a neighboring suburb .
t. J States could kill a couple of senators mistic touch. Come let's the; Record says: "The hose are nev- t There are Firestone Dealers Everywhere to Serve You
" and nothing could be done to him light Winter Haven make; er laid in New Augustine." Brother -
i until he quit his job I Intensely inept Her glow, use Your money Herb Felkel probably meant"the j4 ps

J r -g-nd insane isn't it? Yassum. for improvement, not all, of loses are never laid. He must have
r '".' . It. for worthless show. WhenIt's been using the new scissor recently -
( Covering A Big Territory done, and lights are shining presented him orelse he's been
, L. B. Overrtreet ''director of. the in all corners of the raying some o' them highgrade mo- '
. < 'prayer circle of,the Methodist church 'Town 'you will get the i lasses Just unpacked. "The hose .
: at'; Haines City, .gives notice in the which will 1 .-
'. greatest pleasure, ire"-geeXft is to grtn..nnlesi he's : -
t. Herald that: prayers will be given add to'Xonr'renoun.. I talking about'-his, own .socks. : ;
u ;:\ *rery evening for the souls of the The Guy who wrote the 'screed AT a : I
'\' adulterers." ..Jt' is understood that above was long on' fluctuation,'And if Free Pleasures Not Appreciated .....'

r <{ !.(heae pli-andawill take be conan- he had a fad "at. alll'knOW""twaa' ,There is'over the United .'!.....-,....... ..: ;' ..
.c'polk not punctuation.v miter didn't meet State regarding '. measure creating ,
t (fired merely to Haines City. I private1' her 'for -some. lines were much T tootoonbuttbfnk an. annualazcapon' -'all bachelors ... ". '.. .

L '.C lyr; think the. director : shold,1,; firstcommence' 'of 'wll.t a man can above .the age of twenty-five. I reckon \ .. -1". 'i;L ,. ."
.: c'. on ':.the gmucherstra theyyoeritey do f'ho'll make."bloom" rhyme wits ;:they'd willingly pay lt.sVrjr few r '" (! .... .... ". L. 1'-t.
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r. id It; .W.IH Obi! Heck ;., "'. '., somewhat fhytt notwithstanding, financial. ..ttlement--ADd. if. a "things 't./"p. :TIMMONS ;Authorized: (Ford Denier. ') S!!: .
.' '..".1"Ini'speakhig' of: the' work of 'the an of ,.thlsi, the' writer was, "some worth' baring It's'ore worth. pay- :Kjaa.tiimee"Florida: : : t.. \ :
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>: f1 "j ,WHILE, certain mer\ and corporation have been working hard to le'!
I Every Friday 1.1111' world know of the I
excellence of Florida at a cattle-producing country "
',. KissimmeeValley Gasette Company, Kissimmee, Florida \ ,
By there have been ,
> . hardships created which have placed at naught a greater
t W. B.. Harris, President { '., G. Vans. Arntw,,,.Secretary portion of the propaganda Laws have to restricted::! the shipment of cattle
i ..W. L. Thenidyk-,-Editor.- from Florida that even the efforts of the Highland Oaks Farm, at Pierce LOjat

1 ,,1.. .'. Sobecrtptton: Rate! in Polk county, to better the breeds of cattle and to show that the plans have '
II ,OM Copy, One Year...-___.__i.___.._:_.._.._._____?___.-_____..f2.0o been successful by exhibiting the cattle at points in other, states,' have been < ,.
On Copy,' Six Month__: _.__.____--___..______________.__._....._:'!.80 dashed to the ground. The will not the shipping
government permit
", One Copy Three 'Months.Knt .....-....:..__..-_....-,__-..-______..--..-_ .il for exhibition purpose; of the stock of this slate. Even1 there could be even,a",

\ .r a at th. l'o.tofflc" at Kl..lnnin... Florida, ea .cond-chu. matter,) exception in the one case there is every belief that stock-growers in those
11 > eorreipondenti t 'other states would not be willing to-have'cattle from a tick-infested state-
All communication except from our authorlBrd mart >+ '
Ittned. by the writer, :ven though those cattle 'were perfect in every way--brought among then \
bi Rejected matter .will not b" returned iinle* "called for. and thus run the risk'of contaminating the stock, which were made clean and

r' Foretffn Advertising Hi; >r..*wt.tiv. clear. only through intense work and the expenditure of large sums of money
THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Every man'' with money tied up in his cattle realizes that a mistake hat the"'T
: r. been made; and that the added expense:of cleaning the state of the fever
t y'1' FRIDAY, AUGUST .12, 1921 tick would have been endured'with! better grace than to allow all o uidr
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s ---- -- --- ---------S-----' markets to be barred and then to have to sell surplus stock for 1 local use "
THE I."CONFESSION" OF MISS LENA CLARKE 'at such prices as great packert'will allow to. exist No real, standard of selling .
values-for' the meat-can be maintained in Florida for'the! home products
i FEW ,can read the sworn confession i of'' Mus Lena M. T. Clarke the as the great combinations: can afford to sell their stuff at a considerable
k (postmaster of West Palm Beach than whom not one in that entire city ranked 'lose throughout Florida and make up the loss in some other part of the
higher .s superfect womair..: .a l kind-hearted, liberal-minded. familylovingwoman country;
f without feeling In their hearts a deep sympathy for her who now is While it is l late, to be sure, it is not too late for stock-growers to take up .-
h rY incarcerated in the Orange ,county jail. Those who'are'tJi< more intimately the work INking''towards th i acquainted with her can tell of the thousand and one little things which
; ae have aot already been declared free of the pest. Such a work will take time
have endeared her to them. Those who have lived in West Palm Beach and( aid cost considerable--and while it cannot be worked out in a season to
?' /have known of the troubles and anxieties which have been brought upon her bring proper returns for the present surplus-it will 'go far towards restor-
rt through another wilj still have f for her the same love and admiration which iag confidence; and future returns will more than justify the expense. Then; /
has strengthened as the passed. a woman- &YXTe" nrteihr .
years young
and not till suchT: Condition will justify the..lifting of' the quarantine., can
k grace and possesses a spirit of congeniality rarely found in anyone. those engaged in the stock business proceed to successfully produce cattle
Miss Clarke's trip from her home to Orlando was made in frenzied haste
-and! be enabled to reap the benefits following a purification of the entire
. -for her passage through Kissimmee was made wilh out even a brief call .
upon a family with whom she has been most intimate for a decade. The state We have made reductions on all ;
intenseness of her desire to have matters straightened by the only person PLEASING COMMENT GAZETTE EDITORIAL
it who could Have made them clear; her solicitude that her good name might summer goods such as canvas and :;
+ 4, t'*\ in be protected the refusal of the who admitted his actions
a measure ; man ORDINARILY readers of whether weeklies dailies
newspapers or are
u yet would not take the step to clear her (from suspicion by his signature; slow to show appproval'. of editorials coinciding with their personal I views- leather oxfords, fancy voiles, bathl
: (grappling with a condition that meant to her either exculpation and life or but if a line appears opposite to their own ideas the editor is sure to hear A
tkir .. despondency and disgrace; all these matters tended to drive her to commit from it Apropos of this comes a letter to The Gazette, written by a reader, ing suits, bathing shoes, Palm Beach ,
+, the deed with which she is accused, of which she docs not remember, butt which is .
pleasing to print:
suits and men's hats. '
which doubtless she committed.No straw
"Please accept my thanks for your fine editorial 'The Disgusting -
one who knows all parties concerned has the least doubt of the '
Love For in late issue of It is .
Slaughter a
your paper. .. .
M' ::1' truth of the extended statement the "confession" if it be styledof - -- ---- -- .-- --. --- -- - {
may so the great privilege of the'Press, more than any other instrumentality -- ------ --
; Miss Clarke. She could have told more bad it been her desire; but it '
mould sentiment. towards and
to Mercy Justice- to create a
*' : seemed to be her intent' to say as little as was possible of the dead. sense of the right of other creatures besides man to life, liberty, MUSLIN LNDERMUSUNS: .|r a
K *\ There be found who refute word of her rand
I can no one can one story the of
P i ii t I -and the condition of the postoffice can bear testimony toward corroborating "Thanking pursuit you happiness.again, I am cordially yards;;,; $1.00 98c
i w i her assertions. The entire state which has been so thoroughly informed "ALYS M. CARR. .y
of all details since the tragedy has already served as a jury and Zephyrhills. Florida.It This is a fine quality .yt
given the verdict of acquittal-and those who were her friends are now still might be added parenthetically that the article in question has been of unbleached muslin t
her warmer friends. "Greater love hath no man than he who layeth down in the that in certain SKIRTS, TEDDIESj/
reprinted throughout state-indicating a
:-U his life for another;" and Lena Clarke in her agony of despair, was willing sense the majority many papers of editors have the same love for right and justice possessed 4O inches wide. 7
to lay down her life if necessary to keep clean and free from reproach any by the clever and appreciated writer of the above communication. In NIGHT GOWNS .
calumny which might be insiduously attached to the members of her family.x past 2 weeks we ,

':0. __ The..Law il.a capricious jadeand temperamental at times; but Pity -.. -...- .. _. . ._..sold..2,000_yards. These are well., made ttP
and Sympathy often go hand in hand throughout the land and creates a -->-. - P
i .. sensibility that wilt sway..some of her tenets. It will probably do so in this .-
i tffi event. Her sworn statement is clean, logical and concise; i portraying: from t
"A the inmost recesses of her heart the feelings of an injured woman who sought Coupons SPECIAL .
the only means within, her power to clear her good name which had never "'
'% been before assailed who driven $ SA TUQDA YONDA ,
+ -a woman. was to desperation. for drawings at Y }
::til.I- t .
iti f WHY FUSS FRANTICLY OVER FUTCH? :- 15jO yards Coats SewjngX #

?** *jj 'IF the. old axiom thai. "a man cannot be placed in jeopardy twice fort Thread 1 dozen spools 75c
', ,fhe suit..f...." he.true, of what avail will it b. that Patch, released by M i
w. .! e. a' jny as idiotic. he. war.rotten, shall be apprehended? Notwithstanding given by us Here is your chance to stock up on this
'I the general belief,that die jury which-clear: .dthe miscreant: should be given much used item. .ritj.!j,.
tY year in.jail and the lawyer.that helped 'em should be rinD ire years, and with each cash purchase of SOc ormore. .'. :
Patch should be given Gf.-im rlsonment, it would appear that nothing can j

J. ... ... don' t. the man--evea if he is polled. Make your purchases of : 10. percent reductionc '

"., "r':J1\ ." WHY' EAT 'ANY. WESTERN. BEEF?' '.: Drugs rand Drug SundriesIER'E ,4E
: : ; I \ ou all Leather Oxfords..
((1.,1'1'. ;:"I, \; :POSSIBLY the only way for the cattle-growers to tide 'over the ill con ''' ''I"" t. I'V I -'.
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ditions' ; which, now assail them-that fact that no markets"outside. the state i '"" / .;" ';': i:: ("'''f"J':<' '
.are open to them-is. to fill the people'of the, state with the understanding 1 ::: : : I 20 percent reduction on
that Florid beef.:properly handled is as good for the table as the beef ,.
t S from any other state. The cry of "Gi me western beef" has become so com and all white "
mon' that'it has gotten to be an expensive habit in many households-but --
+ :', .. the fact remains that in the majority of cases when the mat is cooked in GET COUPONS I
c l ; proper fashion and seasoned as it should be there are really few who can II 'j
', detect the one from the other. Bathing Suit Bargains :

;r, I This assertion may be 'disputed by .many-but it can be substantiated .
t. by as'many more. What is needed in this state-.4r it u probable lh.Lsev- .. II Men's $8.00 Suits, -.:.---------------____--______now $6.00 ," Y>

_. eral years will pass before the quarantine shall be lifted is propaganda Men's $5.50 Suits, -___________ -----____________now 4.50 ,*

i well written and well distributed that Florida beef iv of as -good' quality as Central. Drug Store Men's $5.00 Suits. ---------------------_________now 4.00 ;:

i that' which is imported Florida is now a corn-producing state--and beeves I.L I.. Men's $1.75 Suits, __:__h________ __1_now 1.45 I k
n ---
4 can: ,be rounded] out as well in this state as anywhere else and. probably DAY 41 PHONES NIGHT 21
_. .. . Boys' $1.35 Suits
t'---cbetperthalnf' iaedhereslrippedtothemiddlewet"tobe6ni.bednd" ------ ---------- _________now ,.98
then shipped back to Florida as western beef. :The meat-eaters here have: \ -" i.$2'.75SuitS', _-_-'-_=_i.; '.';-.;;' =...__=__=_...JIow.USp ...'.1 1Wome

r become a bunch of faddist*-and it is time for the cattle-producers to teach . 0 II Women's 75c Bathing Sh.es___--___--___________now .60 I ',"
n :: them< tlomething.w r'' ,
;' ; ''Florida must eat,her tick-laden beef-or there'll be many a nan bankrupt '"
_ before another six months The meat is good even if the hides are Silk Hose $1 25 percent reduction '
f almost unsaleable because of their imperfections: and if the supply shall :

F n be'greatly diminished. the growers will realize their previous mistakes and GOODMAN'S' GROCERY t Made .. on all 1,1
Ji .. will see that the fevertick is totally eradicated from the state. It will be by Buster' vi
: ; then that the state will take up the production of cattle in' immense quantr.. Brown Men's Straw Hats I
Hosiery -
tie' and,will thereby swell all bank accounts. They will raise better grade -r P, .* of Cattle because it, can be done' just as cheaply-once the project is prop- NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCEWE .
,. orb; stated and the increased amount they will fetch will be an incentive
%, to keep improving. ARE MAKING A SPECIALTY EVERY DAY OF VEGETABLES I Special values in Towels J'it :

01 ,, M But unless there shall be an era of consuming the Florida product and AND FRUIT. ANXIOUS TO' CARRY EVERYTHING IN SEASON F..:
a negation to buy the imported beef, Itoc -produce" can hope for no better 14x26 Huck Towels lOc: each. 3 for________________.___25c ;t
1 ." time> They' have learned that their effort to discourage. the elimination of I COUPONS FOR COUNTRY'I 15x30 Turkish Bath Towels 15c. 7 for--------______._-fl.OO .
the tick and ASK FOR THE J8x38. Huck and t.
were wrong they realize that it would have been money in Turkish Towels, each__ _ 25c '
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t; matters their pocket now 'stand to 'have Florida urged cattle that are compulsory barred from dipping other be states insisted, and.upon with! the A* : STORE. WHEN THEY BUT1NG ARE YOURS YOUR WITHOUT GOODS FROM US II 18x40 Fine Grade Huck Towels 35c 3 for______-_"__-_.."_ Vl.OO k. "'r

only packinghouse in the state closed there-seems to be no market except 'r -
CuLL That market alone I MONEY AND WITHOUT PRICE 1
r cannot consume the surplus cattle in this It.t.'Ior. .
.:. -kr: - a'considerable: time-:even if it should refuse any other shipments; .and MEN! f

precisely what sort of a market can be found there at this time depends I Men's sutum er We have a few

Florida largely upon Cattle-Raisers'the missionary that is being. done by the secretary of.the YOUR ATTENTION A,MINUTE, PLEASE- I trousers $3.95. We Scbjoss Brothers'Palm

Let the public harp for its slogan-"Buy Florida Beef" Only in this JUST, RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT picked up 24 .pair at Beach Suits to
way-and by.sticking to it can hundreds of stock-growers come out even. a bargain and are sell
h at low
very ti
( White Crest Flour
t selling them
i '. SUGGESTION FOR THE HALL OF FAME at bargain prices. Come and
'. isi 'prices.
r' 12* and Z4a. see if we have
+ '. IN Ii.. of filling aU the gaps in the hall of fame with mere portrait' 'it
l ha* been sarrtsted that a certain section be dtveted t. vivid repreeatatioa. YOU KNOW THE PRICES ARE RIGHT your size. t .
W The fanner place*"af btuiaes .f Mister Aakeaserbasch, Mister Pabety ,

,,i., ,11hhr'ScL6hud'efh.n.! of aear-.a6..aI reputation_"lest we!. forget." GOOD -


; THE[ 'patron'who is sp"situated that "he can trade "any'old 1ac.", JI Dot .s Lyles .V. stO.fJx:

'apt to,'continue:to patronize an establishment where he i is handled .in a taan- .
> net curt,'.sour, and,grumpy. The average buyer of" goods desire; to be :G oGrocery! .
.*"waited upon" by'someone who has the knack of smiling at 'just the right
_# ' time.., He or she, quickly:takes an aversion to.entering a place of,business 1

; ,. wfcere:courtesy;, i is'not leading trait;. ndthen'aeemnywhowould-: J. W. GOODMAN,'PraprieterBroadway and Company, : 1.. ',
a '*; to'tnvd'a4 extra'Jen mileand e I Tt... ,.
far fot
: : pay more. ata'placeofbusiaes -. ' ."' "' --- ".
-1 wherecourtesy g;> and' kindly, iuggesbon prevailed,. Business men.. 'are : . . .:.. 'KfatinMoV'. . : II' '.. Broadway. . : I; J BROADWAY "'" KISSIMMEE/ FLORIDA ..f'j..:
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% CONTRIBUTES Store Fred S.' Gilbert.' Bonnie Belle Beauty Shop.,

THIS WEEK'S TEN R'Country TonightCASINO .r City Meat Market. W. E. Sanderson, Jeweler.

CAPITAL PRIZEL Dixie Electric and Goodman's'.'' Grocery.,

Service Stati_n.. Dollar' Limit .Store.


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BURKEIn Local acts will compete for cash I

COUNTRY,. STOR1brawiaj'tonight 1 KEATONIn JOKER"A '. - prize.. '. 'SUCH A LITTLE- QUEEN

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Sale Good six-room house Ivey .Timmons, the Ford.represen- CASINO AMATEUR NIGHT Soldiers and ,"Brighten ::the Corner' '
fi. close in; good neighborhood; mod- tative at Kissimmee, spent the PRODUCED LOT.S OF FUN where Yow Are." Over' them floated
i. 1ITEMS OF WEEK]I If ern; garage; cheap at $2800, Nelson weekend' with his uncle Dad aunt I I one flag only' the Stars and Stripes'.
Realty Company. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Alderman. Ivey The introduction of "Amateur Every utterance of theirs breathed
Mrs. E.: A. Thomas and Mrs. z..H. always receives a hearty welcome to Night", at the Casino on Wednesday loyalty to God and Country. The
If you want to save money get Smith, both of'Saint Cloud were visitors this'Gainesville city( as he "is still considered a evening was productive of a houseful thaj; "plus ten percent!" latter parade was glorious the 'for-..
"boy. -Gaineevilie News. of amusement the entertain- infamous.
prices from Stanford. in Kissimmee on Wednesday and mer .
f Mrs. C. E. Hilton and her daughter to attend a meeting of the Grand Stanley S. Lichty editor of the ment offered by Manager Eades wit We wouldn't blame 'Orlando 'a bit .
Rosalie left on Monday for a Army o( the Republic.We Melbourne Times accompanied by especially satisfactory. The liberal if they quarantined against West
visit at her old home in Saint have a house or two for rest. Mrs. Lichty as well as by Mr. and prizes offered by the management Palm Beach. -
t, George, South Carolina: Immediate possession. Nelson Real- Mr. Leroy W.. Cooper, alse of Mel- should be successful in securing Apostrophe Te 'A Watermelon Our Prices will ;make
bourne, spent Monday night in Kisi many entries for as he puts it,
ty Company. -
! r' Mr. and Mrs. Rull Bass and little "
"anyone who sing or dante or O thou'watermelon
can / thyashaJow
simmee, enroute from a visit to the may. ,
In and Mrs. Claude and .
Saturday Mr. Harper dollars
daughter lye spent north-central portion of the state. play an instrument or do a skit of never be less!1 Thy orbit your
Winter Haven where Mr. Bass was Mrs. Henry H. Harper left Kissim Mr. Cooper is secretary of the Mel- any sort or give a monolog or most hath encircled the earth and the colored '
r. looking after business. matters. mee on Tuesday for Dayona Beach, bourne Board of Trade. anything, will stand a chance of -wInning brother gets uS ana humps him- more .c cents; : 'plus full }
1 We have a client with good securiTy where they have leased a cottage for a nice prize." It is wholly up self at thy appearing. Thy com- ,
,' needing a loan of $60. Nelson two month. Mrs. A. J. Wemple has been dis- to,the audience whether the performer plexion fits any color scheme In all .
f. Realty Company. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Duzenberry, of playing at her home 319 AderhoM "gets the hook" or gets the applause the realm of nature and no environ- weight and
:Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sullivan who Avon Park spent Sunday in Kissimmee street some magnificent blossoming --and it is wholly up to the ment can mar thy beauty. Great
J I have been spending several weeksi guests of'the parents of Mr. night-blooming cereus audience again as to who shall re was Alexander Caesar, Napoleon, one, price to all. :
-.a with relatives in Kissimmee left on Duzenberry. They made the trip by in her yard this week pleasing ceive' the promised prizes. Demosthenese-and Wlbryan! They .. ,
i>- Sunday for their home in Jdpiter. automobile.Mrs. neighbors 'arid others and payingtribute Wednesday evening there were four led armies conquered nations or ,

, Miss Trixie Bass, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Hall and her to about those who are of the lying smaller\ill by performers who appeared in the following held the multitudes spell-bound by Fair Blend Coffee Ib___,____I9c"
Julia Bpss is living in Orlando daughter Miss Ethel Hall, who have carrying some order: W. E. Westover specialties their oratory like a barker at the I!.
: __secured; now clerical position been residing at 221 Emmett street ttlossoms.Paf on the harp-guitar; Dorothy county fair. The generals overcame Fancy Sweet PruDe ttwJUlSV;: .: .
r having with the .Orlando>Water Company.Bad .- have takenapartments at 22& Beau Johnston, Attorney for the McCranie, who gave 'her 'Hawaiian armies, but thou -has-talk the ;Fancy Evaporated ',23e '
1 Re- mont avenue north. board of county commissioners,spenta dance; Miss Elizabeth Waring who world. Orators have the fun "
> isnlts debts collected J. M.or Willson no pay. disTrlet Greatest opportunity to buy good portion of the week at Jacksonville rendered vocal ..selections and Jack off the heads of bald-headed men, Choice Evaporated-Applet, 1.':
guaranteed. shoes See the stock and -deputized to get in touch with the Gilmore who-'gave- clever- negro and spieled away until the, home
l -tfc cheap. package _____ ___ .__t3c
manager. skit dance. folks wondered --
.prices' of II. Clay Stanford. Atlantic Coast Line and the Florida and The applause given where they got all / ..,
Miss Florence Wellington who East Coast line in regard to the drew each performer back "for that dope, .anyway;. but thy appeal Belt Grade Self-Rising flour "' v
I holds apo sition-"in Orlando, spent Mrs. Bertha Judd, of No.-3 Sum- freight charges that will ensue more" and the distribution of prizeswas is so winsome that all the inhabitants s
.., Sunday in Kissimmee with her parents ner street left on Wednesday for a the material shipped over those upon lines a difficult one; but they were of the. earth think that theN ,,24 pound..____.__.____$ ,
Mr. and Mrs. William Wellmg1 visit to her old h6me at Morristown for the cross-state highway.J. awarded respectively to Miss War- Is no concoction, brew or elixir so Smoked Breakfast Bacon Ib30c '
1 Minnesota. Her daughter Miss Flor-
ing1, Dorothy McCranie Jack GilFollowing delightful: as thine own red tore.
i ence Judd goes to Orlando- to enter : M. Duncan personal representative rnore-ljind. Mr; 'Westover.- Others have tried to unite-the Best.Grade While Bacon Ib..20c
school.M. of S. B. Owen, manager for the < this event there was a minds of mankind on great ;
f S. Lanier president of the'Mer adjustment bureau of the Tampa pie-eating contest between four boys but thou hast drawn'men to questions..!! Small.;Cood Irish potatoes. pk 2kSpinach
chants and Farmers bank together Association of Credit Men, at Kis- !in1 which Julian Graham whose In the Common bond of the Great LargePiaeappleLirge Cao.:2tc!
I with his family returned to Kissimmee simmee was a Tampa visitor Mon- throat seemed very elasticwalked Consolidated Brotherhood of Water-
'" on Sunday evening. They have day in conference with Mir. Owen away with the dollar. melon Lovers Cant -.._._.29e
been as far as Saratoga Springs concerning a receivership for the This evening will occur the. second I asked what fruit the race of'men Welch' Assorted Jams-Large"
A New York. firm of Waters & Carson Grocery "Country Fair." love best,

if D. Kemp of Perry, New York Company, of Kissimmee Tampa And 101! the melon's name. led all 'Size' ._.-_-------.__..;..---- ,
arrived in Kissimmee on Tuesday Tribune.L BUY WOOD the rest. ACS Pumpkin, 'Large. Can_..18c
j, \ ;/ and is guest for the winter of his B. .Tybee and G. W. PersonsspentMonday delivered too any; part of the'' city. 11 It -Fooled'During' .
old home-people from the porth- in Lakeland-the two
Phone 262.
Mr and Mrs. Frank Pierce, of Oak being engaged in looking up good "the. pionth of :June many > ACS '
GOODSHOW ley Grove Farm. .. business locations in several sections HOLYr ROLLERS KEEPING announcements were made In the ,pa- ,

Mr. and Mrs. E. L.; D. Oventref'tplan of the state. Mr. and Mrs. Tybee ,,, ZEPHYRHILLS AWAKEThe'Holy' pen mammoth throughout parade"the would country that fin a ( FOOD CSTOKS 1
to leave the home at Shingle and children are now occupying occur 1/
Creek next 'Tuesday to spend the apartments at 121 Emmett street- Rollers have been hold New York'city as a protest against '
the !
week at Safety Harbor. From that having moved to Kissimmee from ing meetings in Zephyrhills the last Eighteenth Amendment to the PRODUCTS }
point they will visit a large scopeof Thomasville Georgia at the iastance two or three weeks and some twenty- constitution. : It was advertised as a
the surrounding country. of Mr. Persons.Mr. five or more "got; the power." They popular uprising of .a, free people '
Miss Louise Thomason who had and Mrs. Thomas Towler and meet in the building' on the north against and the law that took their beer 23 Broadway -' 7 7MaiaSLMULLETL;
whiskey away, that. it would be ,
side of town the
all of near railway,known
shorthand Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Garnett
in made
just completed a course on the Fourth 'of and
Hilton Lake Worth, were in Kissimmee on as the old cane mill, and one New- July
under instruction of Mrs. C. B. would be a sort of Declaration of
ton is their leader.
left on Tuesday for Montgomery Monday merely passing through: Ryalr laetedtttll Independence number two. Well r .
A Alabama where she will take-a from the west coast to their homes. The meetings have the they had their advertisedand
tI. Is without a interest In the"West morning hours and have disturbed as
no good coure in book-keeping and banking.S. They expressed much -foozled.-.- The Watcher-has-re. ,
Beach-Orlando people who wish to sleep. This resulted :
E. Gardner 3?.. and Ella Gardner asserted Palm that the entire countyof in Mayor F. E. Tomlinson gluing framed from making any mention of : !; ,
crowd. We have the who have been visitine with and Palm. Beach still had implicit Mr.. Ryall notice that the meeting it uatil the facts concerning the .
Evelyn and Maynard Poulk, for the event were better known. For weeks .
confidence that matters would be must close at ten o'clock. Taese-wke leve Las freshwater ... fl
past two weeks, have returned to Sunday night the Rollers had a before the day appointed workershad
show.and the crowd at their home at Port Tampa City. welt with Miss Clarke. great meeting with the building been busy lining their people up MULLET .ao.U I poae, .r.*
_ and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman of and the
Evelyn Maynard announcement was- made
-; crowded -and -many -atanding.outside. ... .tce-pJaat-10L. Fe_...., ...
thenTho.; 8alnt have--cene-w-tbe-marll" About half after ten e o'clock Mayor that;362,070 men and women had - .1 '
Twenty acres' of good land on the eta of Baltimore and New York Dotnlison .and Marshal Ballard appeared ? signed cards pledging. themselves to ,12Vc or 'drewee. nil ......
wall .
miles from where new stocks be bought .for march. That was a formidable show!
TAYLOR STORES[ brick road about two and the mayor ordered the
I THE[ town; well-fenced and half-cleared. the Cone store of which Mr. Zim:- meeting adjourned and asked the ing, indeed; but did they march An to year door .a-ISC...a pouov ,"
U After completing
merman manager. auditing made
Fine fishing in ShingK Creek right marshal to ajrest the leader. Ballard company an :
of the
furnishes best the business portion trip count and there were 14.W22 people '
close by-which also refused and The mayor asked Tom RALPH MAY
drainage.. Nelson Realty. Com Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman- wfll .go to Kersey to "make the arrest. The in line and that was less than the v .'
AND THIS IS THE REASSNt pany.Mr.; e Point Marlon, Pennsylvania the wilenbeY' leader aeonpanied Kersey and Tom number of. bartenders In the saloons
will the Conns-for remainder -
of the eitbefore
and Mrs. O. P. Taw returnedon \ of join the vacation. They w 'reaccompanied lison out of the building and the went into the prohibition law -.. -.... .
effect. About 86 ; '
24-Ib sack'GoUen Day. S. Saturday-af r an extended via far as Baltimore by meeting closed for. the' night.-Bade percent % :
I .a City Banner. of the marchers were foreign born > + 't's
it. The trip was made primari1yforthe Mr. and -Mrs. V. C. Lenox, who will and to the everlasting credit of the
R. Flour _______________We24R i purpose of treatment for Mr. to for several .j-
Chicago leas
Taw's eye, and the second operation go.weeks.. directly Discontinue: ., Cold St.a,. sex than 200 of them were wom- ; Underwear Spdciils.: :i '
en. Many banners were carried in
sack Best1.50 There is
\'t > Pill.bury'i proved a complete success. of re- "Powder and paint- make roe! look Notice is hereby given that the the procession i some,of .which wereas
12-Ib sack Lessens Perfection 75c merely needed *now an like a .Int.-you might think I was cold storage department of the, Kissimmee follows:" "Prohibition Is a farce," for . i !
cuperation. old-but I certainly aintt" That waswh.t lee and Cold Storage Company "To hell with all moral restraint." Saturday y't' fla

3 cans Pink Salmon________2Sc Little Dorothy daughter of Mr. four old-young women were will be discontinued on and after "They-took/the sunshine out'of our ,'1 -
and Mrs. J. J. McCranie, of the.Park Dinging as-they met the passersby Wednesday August 81, and .all thosdhaving homes and put moonshine in." "The ...
2 No. i Corn 2&c hotel, won' the second prize 'offeredby If therein prohibition law should not be '
cans --------- .on Broadway Tuesday evening. goods must remove obey- \ : Ldl,, BRas 52.50 talus t
a motion picture house at Orlandoon hair was worth money then one of them prior to that date. This actionis ed"-and.'others that were disloyalnd 98C
2 cans Armour's Pork & Beans I5c Monday evening in the amateur those girls was a millionaire-and if necessitated by arrangement blasphemous. When the affair Ld'is'' ."eldles,$2,00 yelp r .
It) contest. There were five contestants members of the which increase ice was over a' police in dismissing
working will largely our sergeant
I Ib Fancy Prunes_________20e -with four prizes; and Dorothy they union were then they should have taken capacity. H. R. MAY, his squad for the day said: La lls'CaM crnI$. $2I:I ,. i\\

2 lbs Fancy Prunes________50e with her clever dancing', danced off. out a card in the Amalgamated! Un- 84-Ste Manager. "Well, they have had their parade r.2OO$2,25: ; ,RillS r u8c ;
with second money. ion of Scene Painters Tjhe; girls were There wasn't an American citizen in _
13 Ibs Granulated .Sugar___11.60 I II At the next meeting of the Wom- imply out fora quiet masqueradeand LOUGHMAN GATHERED TWO the whole bunch. Able chance that ,
an's Club there will probably be a tne-ouartet.consisted of Virginia AS KISSIMMEE FOUND 14 outfit has to change the constitution ', .- '
I 10( lbs Fancy Irish Potato *__& I discussion regarding the question: Lesley, Geraldine Lesley Vivian and laws of the United States! The 1 1 the tadie s''Shop--; i :
"Does jazs music put the 'sin' in Floyd and little Mary Lamar Jack ,It war Kisslmmee Day yesterday booze traffic is gone!" .
10 Ibs Extra Fancy Whole syncopation," There is an effort son.SHERIFF'S. "" when the local ballteam defeated the Five days after the booze parade '

_, Rice ___________________69c being music clubs made of bythe the country federation to. knock of ASSERTION home Loughman grounds aggregation by a score of on 14 their to 2 through had dragged the streets its serpentine of New York form a E. 6. ,DUCKWORTH\, ?

k$ 3 cake..Lenox Soap________10e out all ,Jazz music which bar been so ABSOLUTELY CORRECT -but it was really loose playing by band of 15,000 Christian Endeavor 304 BROADWAY '
: great a fad for several years, and the Polk countyitea poor support of delegates marched over the same ft v?
Large Octagon! SoapTAYLOR'S _______-k which so cheered the men who were Sheriff Will C. Spencer; was haled Bronson and many errors. As ground singing "Onward, Christian .................,... ..-.'."_'-..
enlisted to fight for the peace of the Into the Tampa police court and against four hits by Loughman Were __1'"____ '
OLD HOMESTEAD world. fined S3 and 'costs for violating the ten by KissimmeeHolmes: Prather, -
1 ft>* new city traffic ordinance which Is playing short for the locals, leading' 09"Dunng ,
being enforced regarding parking with three. Two doubles were clever Chronic'
COffEE IS GOOD FISH-LAOS PARK can. .The sheriff was -among the first and 'brought good rooting; one by Disease Specialist! '
violators that day. He paid the fine; Johnson who took a wonderful grab
MINERAL WATER but said- no x>f fleer In the county in deep centre, and the other by \ twelve ,years.continuous prsctkeyin LewistownUUnois: ,; .
f "WE ELL/IT FOR LESS" Healthful' -and Delicious had the legal 'right to arrest him except Roberaon, who Aviated for a .high we treated more than six'hundred cases appendicitis) without She M.t t
.....- the .coroner. . and handed the ball to first. with lots of a;: single life--and'. HAD ,BUT SEVEN OPERATIONS. ..

lOc Per Gallon at Well .- Loull'hman-Irl Three "Kissimmee Bronson boys, who were pitched ,Among: our:,.special work Ore Stomach.: Kidney,: and Liver Die.. .; ,

: w. [ YSTM,4 [ .between-Klssimmee-Salnt Bode. Belle 1 Beauty Shop ;,Bob Bullock as-short; and Adair eases. .Prostatic' and Bladder, Disease of' all kinds- successfully! <

; 'Jij'UYlOR Midway_ Cloud who. pegged, down third. .treated. No medicine. ,or, instruments used. Lady. Attendant:: '._
Batteries i
Hair-Dressinjr Facial, Work. Loughman-Brgpaonand '

. " ':4- K13SIMMEE''STQRES- *' :C.u.l..8s.nOFi'Grocel7., : '."; -'-. 'Manlcnring;"Shampdofne. denbaughV Barnes; UssJmma--Artxnt. and, Ro- 'h"...,.. + t '.J.'A..Ray. C i '

, \, ,.. t1!' '* .""of Delivered Ito pouf hoW'l5. "' 'oIAnT9 M..ALFORD ;next The Thursday return';game'will on the',b.Kissimmeegrounds. "played 215' Breadway:rinjhsiMH, . '. ; .
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.oS THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY c.u1irE. FRIDAY, AUGUST"12, 1921 .. .
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-i i The Initiatory presentation of ,the
: TAXPAYERS Country Store" at f!>.> "CR sirn! -o

: COST PLUS F iday evening provided a most
- pleasurable event' for what might be
., Editor of The Garettei termed' a "fuJl 1 house,"and there wer-
Every rood citizen will wish a distributed.' some pleasing valuable
A JW our" Penetration! Pavement costing, one-half, ,the .. : happy: outcome of the Melbourne gifts to the fortunate ones Tho

'. cost of. a grouted brick pavement. will sustain heavy. traffic: : road contract, for themselves," thcommissioners matter,was explained by an assist- a1 a1I
and contractors. The ant on the stage at-the conclusion,of
that will. .destroy a ..routed'brick, Pavement laid '.on a sand : board of commissioners: was 'advise the regular, showing of''fi'msnd.
by its attorney of the legal aspect of immediately prior to the presentation -
foundation. : the proceeding, and it will be up to of the gifts, and it'll a foregone
the commissioners, jointly and individually conclusion that this eVenlngr and eac1' I
LET ME PROVE IT : to see that the expenditurefor Friday evening hereafter the Casino t
this project is kept within the
will be packed to the limit. The nine
law. The citizen tax-payer can only business firms contributing their
j wait results, and in .case of failure share towards making this a success
The Maule Ojus Rock Company rely upon the official bonds. gave some very handsome donation"> Cords Fabrtcs

.J.: F. KRIBBS., -the leading prize being valued at
ten dollars; and another ten dollar
Prices Are Prohibitive
OJUS, FLORIDA prwill be given away each Friday 1L
Ij 1 1rt evening in addition to the lesser
Editor of The Gazette: '
.... . ............ ...." "Why is there not more building prizes which will be distributedeach Low Cost MileageFor y
S week at the Friday performance. -
'- - going .on in KissimmeeT" is the
.. .....uooouoooooo..UltO 0 0 000 00 0000..000000000 oo question very often heard. The ,postal' laws regarding the
j' Well, I of the mention of such affairs preclude the'
can give you one the Big Car
complete line of action these affairs ,
reasons.' It ia a foolish man who, in
when he wants to build, does not I -nor can a number that provesa '
first sit down and count the cost. victor be mentioned in any publication
COMEThe The cost of lumber and labor is, I passing through the mails:- EvcryFiskTireisaguarantee -
but the matter to be well
believe one bf the reasons why people appears
... do not build more. The cost .is understood .by the entire city. that will get "
prohibitive. The distribution was made through you .1
Lumber is nearer in line with what the co-operation of. little VirginiaHarris ,
V low
it should be than anything else-but who waa on the stage to assist at a cost... ,
: when it comes to labor! When one the speaker! -who. by the way, i
a a opens bide and finds that it will cost seemed but little used to such presentations For satisfaction safety ,
-but it was shown that ,
: thirty dollars to 'work up one thou-
eand feet of lumber after it is on each gift reached the hands of the and
the ground; when windows, doors correct owner. Those receiving !tilts economy you buy
at this performance of the "Country
and.nails are a little more than double -
Store" were as below, together with a "sure thing" when
what they were; so is plumbing:; you
The Ocean Breezes Blow then is it that the people find .the/ I the name of the article and the name .
of the donor
cannot afford to build.If : .' buy Fisk Tires.
one builds at the present prlcf'swith Mrs. George' McGo'wan-Iady' bedroom :
a view of renting, and slippers. Contributed by FredS. .
| Gilbert. '
You are safe when !
taxes and insurance and upkeep he you
Miss Mabel Davis Wbitman'aSamples
), will find he cannot make more than '

SPEND YOUR VACATION AT five city or where six percent.nigh rents If prevailed this-was it a Central box Drug of candy.Store. Contributedby buy a known and reputable :

h Mrs. J. J. McCranie Hotel-
would be different. I want to see product at a low
f I Kmsimmee grow-but I feel that it one huge pumpkin and'one lady'swaist. I
!' will not so long as these high prices Contributed by the Dollar -price
: I for labor and material continue. Here rietor.Limit Store, G. W. Persona, prop- .
I|his hoping for a change. "
Dick Makinson, 407 Lake street,
To show how some of the
you prices -
I ast order for three dollars' worth
bathing, Boating, Fishing Horseshoes, run: a plain, everyday door. with- or meat.-- Contributed by City Meat Sold only by Dealers
out hinge or lock, is fourdollars; Market.
windows the same, window and door
Croquet Roque Golf P. Franklin alarm clock. Contributed
frames four dollars and fifty cents-
Sanderson the .
and there is only forty feet of by jeweler.Mrs.
-eOo-- -' lumberin C. O. Nelson, 121 Mabbette
a frame. I can get that forty
street-three-dollar the
feet of lumber laid down in Kissim- service at
f : WRITE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FOR INFORMATION mee for one dollar.I Bonnie Belle Beauty Shop. !! -
Mrs. Dolph Walker, 421 Bryan .
a I want to build. I believe in trading It has been estimated that about
J at home-but in this I'm street three-dollar assortment of P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNSY.AT chicks
r.. e case going fine groceries. Contributed by Good r 2,000,000.000 are hatched lathe .
t ; to try some other. place If I United Statea -
y I M ...::. man's Grocery. ,. LAw every-year..
_ . __ can't do any better then I wont Miss ,
- - .n -- Boyd ,
+1 ""\ build. To build a $3000 house to with extras. Contributed-one flashlight by Dixie OFFICES to.... .......... . .. .....
If* r' rent for twenty dollars a month wont Electric Service Station.J. 118 South Orange AvenOrlasJo. ..

pay. G. B. WOODALL.To B. Prevatt-the banner for
*\ t Whoa Doe He.ADuJ the week-one fine silk shirt and one Florida

y What Is Every Mother's Hope Editor of The Gazette: r pair Katz women's Brothers.*hone., Contributed by Winter Home Park.Address Florida: VULCANIZING f fTIRES .

..,' I The next great thing in Kissimmee At the "Country Store" this even- (
; r For Her Children? is who will be the lucky one to con- ink conditions will be better regard- -
?L .. ._ duct the postoffice? The tactfulness, Ing the illumination of the rear of :c .OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO''OOO
: !-'. the fullness of natural resources, al- the house so that all may easy see
1 wavs_overflowing with the just right the numbers; and there will doubt- Eo.A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY liD TUBES REP1IBRRRIIDIH
a necessities which the position requires. less be something more than the
Sturdy, energetic children radiating health, are JACKSONVILLE; 1'LA.
That it will be a Caucasian prizes enumerated in the regular
a source of pride and Joy to their: parents. And that will win we know. That it will program. Those who intend to be Oldest and Largest Seed House ;a'4

l' their development depends largely on their food. not be Chinese, a Japanese a Spaniard present should see to it that an early in Florida.
1 I or an Esquimau we also know. I start is made = and thus insure a FALL CATALOGUEMartin'
.1, One thing we positively know ia the' teat-in 'advance of the large number Fall Bred Price-Hit !. (Mont IK (M ]TIRES\ \ J '
f Children, undernourished and unwisely fed are requirements insure a lofty respectfor who will have to stand. now ready. Writ for It. Mar- .

weak and unhealthy,and many time anemic. Disease Everyone the abilities goes to of the postoffice the appointee.; the Rab-M-T.... is a powerful antiseptic tln' Descriptive ready Interested In a Fall few,In Cataloguewill days.Florida' Everyone : SWIMMING OnTS :
11 I easily1 grasps,hem,.for their undeveloped constitutions irascible the sage, the urchin the Cores infected .eats. old. Fall Crop. should avail them- ,

i i I I./ are unable to resist the disease"germLr '.\ damsel the crusty, the congressman, IOI'eIo Letter, etc.. awvl\a these of booklets.information. Supplied containedIn free .' I
y ; ; '
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the doctor, the lawyer the minister, L. Ee ALFORD ,
,.,t ', ',' ,'.J on request to those who send In 1 (:
m l\tt.\,, Er\. J' <,. .. , 'Jj.\Jtlt in;,.,." ': the old maid all the antemundane Most of the furniture used in Par- their names,.. promptly. Write t. ":
for It -
,, "., "" '.No food will have greater influence makingvigorous : I I creations of thia wide, world are, recipients .aguay is made' locally by .small man-,. toda 17 BROADWAY,. "
"' of communications at the ufacturers. to..O..O.OOOO. . .
.)'O children and healthy Grape-Nuts. postoffice. I understand there are 1.- rel
,;: Served with milk or cream Grape-Nuts is an ideal several contestants for the position I
and how nice it will -be if all these
brain nerve food. It'lso made from wheat '-l $ ,
: a" J body, essentials can be combined in one hu- ; t l 1

and barley. GrapeNuts.offers. a high food value, man anatomy 1 We expect just that )

'' ? and it is as delicious as it is healthful.. very thing-nothing more- than those '
1 y : natural graces. J
.. ... '- __ _.:.DR. JQSEPJi R.I KER., ,
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I Children find delight in the Crisp, sweet rich--, WILL PULL OFF FAIR - -- '

,1 : tress of Grape-Nuts. f.' .' AT AN EARLY DATE i

I dr.
1 Jacksonville, August 11.The Flor- :
t t. A dish at breakfast or lunch ,for a few days . ida state fair and exposition, which i

,:. -..- ..----and youTl-agree -ThereV a e&8OI1'OJLGrape-Nuta.-- --_ not-only. b'aw..tbou*and.-of-.visitors ..1-.__ '.'
I from all over Florida but from '
;, i Nutrition and economy combined. Southern Georgia and Alabama, will :

,. be held one week earlier this year in I
'( it: Jacksonville. The dates are Novem-
ber 12 to 19, inclusive.As .
;; Grape-Nuts-the Body usual, reduced round trip rate I ,

d c "There's a Reason" both by rail and by water, will be .
1 in effect throughout the fair _k.' .
'il Effort are being made, according 'to
i . General! Manager B. Hsnafonrde, Come 'along -
to have a lower fare 'than tli.* customary 6 on &

I J' .s ] one fare plus, one-third for the .
t J. and if the association is '
............ ......0000.0..i successfulpln this, even larger crowds 'TI.fF
-, : thin ever are expected to flock to l up your makin'spapers ., ,
f Jacksonville for 'the; big gala week.
i 'f1v..WE5c E OPCrS'k ;
% 1 Present Indications ''point to thelargest ;-
SEEWILLSON& agricultural exhibit ever held, C. with P. A '
r ADD STORE i Mr. Hanafourde said._ A good per- stfc
centage of the space has already
been let. Twenty-one Florida counties Greatest know
entered exhibits last year, but sport YoU' easily because it's crimp cut

this number will be exceeded'this' to pull out your makin's and it stays put. y4.
.5, \ For Bargain. \ .
I Ir [ year. Counties that have not yet x
\ made arrangements for apace will papers"and some Prince It's the best bet you ever l lNtaee
I ... have to hurry.KISSIMMEE !'Albert and roll a ciga- ,
Ir .''I.' ...... '1Ve; up laid that/you'll like Prince Rrbate '.
expect very .00. to t That's1 .u .. 'h red
PEOPLE rette >ecaue P. A. pp
have a nice line of AULTMANbefore[ MOST SYMPATHETIC is so delightfully good, and Albert better than any ciga- ...........tUJ'-.re4 ati.ed ".-....-:._ .i
eM #teN .
I rette ever rolled I H.
M .,. RflDY-Ttf-WEAR: 'QOTHESW [ Many daily' inquiries have been refreshing in a cigarette- you 1teatU"Ioe... ."......... tk
made regarding the condition of .
you Miss Wylena Alyce Thomdyke since just like it is in a jimmy; And listen I If you Have". Age .-. weed
i she returned from the Orlando sanitarium I You a jimmy pipe hankering- ...
*can save you money which pipe never seem to
following she underwent
Buy'' a I Home or a Farm an operation. She wishes to; .get your fill.- P. A.'s so by all means know what

? ,,",. ..tip BROADWAY 10, They will probably save you return received her sincerethanks- among which for delicacies were joy'usly friendly;; and: Prince Albert can do for '

...................... ... money., I.from H.-Wetherby Mrs. Amanda Mrs. Wemple W. B., appetizing. . you! 1 'It's.a revelation in a .I.e'f'
pipe. well
as in
Harris and Mrs. E. d. Vane Afrnewt $ a ciga-

. ., .J. W.THOMPSONiFflnerar; from Mrs. R. G. Mlhlck, of the aa.1I Prince 'Albert will be a rette! P. A. can' bite or *

1 They'SdlJUIJfindsrof'Realty ( store in''size;as..from well as for flowers ranging your taste I No 'parch. 'Both are cut out''j /

i ::.]DirectorAND') ; from the Epworth League.Mrs. other tobacco at any price is ,by our exclusive patented : ,
Gladys M. 'Alford, 'Mrs. Lewis '
in its class I l
". 1'V.! ) O'pryan, Mrs Hattie Floyd, Mrs. And1'jt"t411s J1l 'process ...1
) J..o. ......i....... ...04 Leonora Cowger, Mrs. G., B.' Wood- -
: ; all,' Mi. Jessie Ely LucilleWbucJ;; 1 4" ,. ",' .. /
-,. ,., Florence) Minx,"and-Virginia 'Harris. R ,
When feel dull "eJ1eJ''. and ,
0tors SteWartA-, you. While visitors ': '
t andChapel, '' ;.are 'yarely'allowed 1 I ,
?" sleepy 'aa ,*..nt'to'stretch frequent* i Lr.I
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there r have .
rrnR(1II&' FLORIDA ; been numerous'musicalnotabersffivea '
r. 11' for attack of
are ripe
you ma- ,
( .' t laria. Take Heroine aton: .. It close to her.reIIldlllldi :tr.c.i"-...
"are;: pmd of lMUeiac : which .
i cares malaria:and chills and puts the. have .greatly enjoyed' :Ji J .- '-r.a....
drwiats. .miFtrer tka-psiUe\kaf* I : ; ..... .....
.,,1IUm'ln iDl'derf.Price, : 60c,4 Sold byJ. .n. aa..l11ec1.l ,Cot.amlI o} ; ....
V: ..CfcaTwi Tode. ,'; .'.!,'.."',Boberson., "I. ( j -"' national'joy cmofo ..
... ..L\'it'I'XoIoJ! '" .. ..... ', ,; ; V ""4 GasetU. give" :splendid-.. serrice,7' ; ,.e ::...4 \\0.,. ...,.. .." ..
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AGRICULTURAL modem , building, : FROM.OVER THE STATE > Oe r* e,. The Cae.... Jed.. .......''
itio-Paste POINTERS More than 4J-.f7. Stale ., .JTIeatAa.IiTr .
covering an entire block will soon be '2500 people visited the

completed at Fort Myers. opening< of the new, bathing pool at Estate of Joseph Root. Deoe......
BT .U. Itf WILSON ,COUNTT AGENT Aquavttae .Springs. at Zolfo which To all Creditor, Lapt. Distribu
The board of public instruction at took place last.. Suaday. The place or tee.' Demand and all Persons .fear)dilate no; Claim,

For Bronchitis, Flu Several"times: I hare had occasion Quincy b.-opened bids for the erection promises to become a. great attraction You and eaoh aralnstl. of you' said are, hereby!

.* to call attention to the owners ofdduuciinngt of $75,00e0.high school' building claims notified,and sad .demands required to which present a ny>
you er
< milk. Milk is a well '" rapidly going to' pieces, accord- state of Joseph Boot deceased .Ute'
Colds', in Chest Cocoanut Grove Is planning for a of .
to the uaderslrnfd
balanced to the
News-Tribune. Such
1tr. food ing
within itself and bond issue for street'paving results administrator of said ...-
jpakes a, desirable media for the are but natural when asphalt tatty within. .two' rear* from the sate.
growth of all harmful bacteria. Four new buildings two big units is used for paving materials mal'be hereof'Dated

Ask Your Dryggist If th..milk cow )"Ou' are milking of the Exchange Supply Company, seen by the thousands of patches) Jane IT.-A. DSi/R! ' .. 7r

right now had tuberculosis '.and you and many. fine residences pre com in Polk county: DOYWUCMMJMIM. li-Ire AdmlnlsiratonNOTICal
knew about it. I lag' ',' it is but- fair to that fullytwentyfive
am aure you would pleted or are under construction at say .
not think the milk wholesome. Plant City. percent' the roads in like C..torOII? rOat rvrLIOAT10xDIDPARTMaN1

Therefore, be on the safe aide.. It; behooves I that county have been patched and Ow T

) y. BOYER @ L.'B.:' ROBERTS everyone who. uses milk in any The Lakeland .t Highland Citrus relald since October.' Either solid then make them Lane r f JII C INTERIQR,
why IJio..f .
form to have the cow or cows tested Company has let, contracts: for the concrete, as Clematis avenue in West ra\.m.
for tuberculosis." > erection.of a new packinghouse at Palm Beach is pared a good two- take it?. Why 'wng't I. Asrebr, glvea that. CIa. -.
en_ A. 'Mhnr. ..rXI..I........
I roJ;; Iflorids.'
& Roberts Th. owner of a milk cow recently HaskelL I course Ojus rock: well-oiled and the old idea that media; who 011 July. 15,' UI mae Heme- t
iyer calledon, me to have her tested for on proper foundation, or a brick a stead Entry ..0. elf d.r f.,r Lots I. tlif
tuberculosis: for the cow had such The Polk County Packing Compa pavement-either clay brick or. wood- cine muatbe unpleasant, 3 Section. f and 4,. Section 1 arid. Lot t .}.
about two tex the three materials with ,, II. a. Ran re 11 I
symptoms. T h v neighbors were weeeksreachannounces are B, Tallahassee Meridian haa flied ..
' REAL ESTATE alarmed about the Condition ef the the first ship which to form a durable road. in, order',to be good? tie 'of intention to make Commuta-
cow, and insisted "sUeSte'te.ted..A ment. This organization will butcher tlon Proof to establish claim to the
state veterinarian live stock for the section surrounding There is to be a new daily paper land above described. before Clark
from Orlando was Dr. Miles'Laxative Circuit Court at Klsslmmee Florida,
\ Fuau called, the cow "tested and found to Bartow.. Installed at Orlando paper with a on i the -ITUi day of Aus-ust. llll. .. "
Homes 01 Groves be republican tendencies -published by Claimant nmes wltnessesr-' -iJ. ,
absolutely free from the disease
The Melbourne Ice Company has the Florida National Publishing T. Bus. P* Klssimmee Florida.
Now, the owner, as well as the neigh Tablets B. Hansen of
Undeveloped Lands bore Is satisfied. In Incorpor.ted'and placed contractsfor Company. The directors are J. H. 'Id JC KUslmmee. ,Flor-
) many cases a modcni! ice factory.A Weedier, president; Hiram Powers, John Lyons, of Klssimmee. Florid.
MTY LOTS A SPECIALTY. healthly-looklnfr cow will prove the vice-president W. O'Neal i.fASTE'UKE CANDY Paul Nettles, of fliimlra' Florida
R. secretarytreasurer
worst infected. For -safety first .bet movement is' on foot to establish ; ROBT. WV DAVIS.
Dos 284 ter have the ; E.. L. Miller and J. F. 31st: .
milk Rea-lster.
cow tested.quching.onaanitation. a modern ice factory at Jensen to ACT LIKE MAGIC_
' Schuman. Other stockholders are yIn
-ofmilk take careoftheblgAshingladustry.Chipley Rose'Mills'Powers;"" J. II. Hughes, the Circuit Court, Seventeenth'
by-products. Dirty milk is the dirt- Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida -
The beat authorities
r lest food consumed by man. M11k ail recently voted two to lone; Irving Bachelor, A. T. Walker Alexander say In and for the County of Osceola-

We handle all 'classes of ; stated, is the home of all harmful on a bond issue-for good roads. John M. Akerman Cheney,,Leland A. II.Chubb Willett ana, that their main:, ingredient : In of Chancery The Water.8- D.* Owen Carson aa< Remlver Grocery ,

bacteria and should be so handled "accelerates the Company, a corporation Complainant, r+
i: that as few germs as possible will Two prominent Brooksville men R. D. Baize. versus Milton Pledger as Adminis. ate
will soon start the construction of trator de bonla son cum testamento n
Real Estate enter the container, ot milk. three modern store buildings, The Bartow Record is to be) incorporated peristalsis in the same ?""**? of 5 the Estate of Frederick b.
First start with the milk-man. No with the pre.entowner, oil." Macintosh, deceased, eta, *t aL Ra.pondent. -

.alckly person should ever be, allowedto The plant of the Winter Park .Refrigerating J. G. Gallemore, his brother, A. T. way as castor The State.. of Florida. to Frederick* 4

do the milking. The milker should Company is near Ing,,com Gallemore, and A. J. Trueblood as Good for children and Macintosh, Jr.. and r

wear a clean apron for milking, with pletion and will be in operation within members of the stock company.. adults.( Get Maclnto.bk hi. wife., of Edlnborou ;",.
Fire Insurance dean hands, and by all means not sixty days. a at Ingcl_ of Great Britain.:

be a tuberculosis subject. The cow's Fort Myers is elated, over the advent your drug store. commanded You and each to appear of you In are the hereby above p

.* udder should be. washed and dried before Lak. Worth announces the completion of a toy factory which promises .esmedmbercAussDtenHltreel ,da" of Ie...

milking. The cow must be keptin of the beautiful Reed-Drake to become the source of a large pay- ,, WITNESS '

and Rentals i a clean. 'well-vtentilated shed or building,. roll. The firm will manufacture automatic drews. Judsre! The cf the Honorable above Court,. O An and

barn. After the milk is drawn, drain walking dolls of, various You can also judge a thecompany my name as Clerk and thT seal cf
man by
I Six business houses are to be builtat said Court, at Klssimmee '
and cool at once. Cooling the milk sizes-the body of which is made of Oseeol
that he doesn't
Sarasota very soon and all will be keep.RabMyTbai Co n yifFlorida, this Itb day of July
is that
immediately after it is drawn is very Florida Wood and it expected Do

-000A 4 necessary, for the bacterial .germs occupied as soon aa they are ft lshed. I I more than one hundred people will is a gnat paia killer. J. t*. OVBRSTRBBT,

4 i multiply very fast in warm milk. be employed in the plant gets Clerk. Circuit Court Osoeola <
A packing company with a capitalstock ReBeres pain ..d sereae, Raeamatins County, Florida.
Milk utensils are a great source- ofontamination. : started in proper shape--one order already (Circuit Court Real) .4''
has been
of 25,000 organizedat
Notary Public in our office: < Neuralgia Sprains etc. o
The milking pail having been placed for 100,000Of KRIBBS STEED: .
Lake Wales
Solicitor for comp lnaat. ..-ft '
should the dolls.
not be the old fashioned
One of
the'onlJ' two white kangaroos
en-top pail. Use the more modern Mount Dora is advertising for the '
a.ile.eed'value in the world has been s.nt
The of Fort Pierce NOTICE TOBlbDKRS.
pail that has the top partly closed. construction of about 4,000 feet of I to England from Australia #
'sKNelson Before and after using all milk utensils cement sidewalk.Melbourne is about $1,171,946 $10,000)- more- Notice 'I* hereby siren that bid will'
scald thoroughly with hot water than last year. LEGAL' ADVERTISEMENTS be., received by the Board of County

Realty rinsing with cold water. Sunshine will soon have an elegant Marion county is becoming highly I Florida Commissioners, up to and of Including Osoeola .County 31
is a splendid disinfectant. nine-hole golf course. Work isprogrssing enthused because of the promise of NOTICE Of APPLICATION: FOR TAX on office of August II. 'A.
The Osceola Growers Cooperatix4'Allsociation on it nicely and there is "aid" DHKD.; I the the Clerk of thelCircuit
the state road to
of it finished for the department Court of said County at Klsslmmee,
is a promise being
a established organization roads in thatistricb Notice Is Florida, for
In making some good Hereby Given that J. M. the purchase of "10.00'
CompanyWE1MOVE ) that stands for cooperation coming tourist season.A : If the- aid ''given Oseepla Hansell purchaser of Ta. Certificates six .per-cent Serial Tim.Varranta.
organization, making a better No 14S4 and 146. dated the Kth day I Further Information In retard to 1
in which" new hotel will soon be erected at and Brevard counties in the buildingof of July Ai.f' 1 JII'II and Tax Certlftoal i aid warrants may, be obtained at theomoe
county to live, and, above the cross-state from Kiaslmmee of "
Winter Park containing, about 100 highway a dated the Id the Clerk of the Circuit
all, will make you money in buying to Melbourne be takenas day of July A. D. U11. has filed. Mid Court of Qsceol* County. Florida."at.t-JU .y -
-.. and .selling' of-all commodities. Join rooms. It.:will) be built of concreteand may certificate 'In'My' orate; and;ha made Klsslmmee Florida. .
this tile. a criterion Marion county may application for tax deed to issue In Certified check In amount of ......''
) county organization and obtain. congratulate herself upon finding a accordance with law. SaId certificates must accompany each bid. .
THE EARTH( some of its benefits. A new Masonic Temple will soon combination that will spend all her embraen the following, described' property Rights are reserved to reject ear
If want that for situated In Osceola county, Florida and all bide.Dated .
0 Anything Oq Top The EarthPOUR I tuberculosis you call cow tested be erected at Fort Pierce. It will bea money and secure an incompletedroad. to-wIt: this the 14th day of ,..July, A,
on your county D. 1911
handsome structure and will be an embraced In Tax Certificate '
agent. You can find mein: Saint asset to that town. No :4k: Lot 2, embraced In Tax Certificate J..L. OVER8TBIBRT' .
HOUSEHOLD GOODS Cloud with headquarters at the Tri The board of county commissioners No. 1415 of Block BB of W. A. Clark of the Board of 'County

Anything That Can Bo Moved bune office every Tuesday. Office Lake Region announces the placing of Flagler county has discontinued Lot PatrIck'1. embraced Addition. In to Tax Klsclmmee Certificate City No.; Commissioners County Florida. of Osceola, ll-4t

day in Klssimmee on Saturday. Othfr of the contract for the erectionof the services of both county demonstration 1887 and-Lot I. embraced In Tax Certlfieate
4ays I will answer calls over the a large brick building coating agents. The reason is No. 1S88, of Block CC of Patrick's NOTIClO' OF APPLICATION FOR, TAX.{;

Get oar price before having; your j(County. around $18,000 to '('be used for a garage -. given that fuads will be lackingand ' a Addition strip 60 to feet Klastmmee the City Westside except PEBiP.' _' .e, ..

hauling done; and other businesses. that_'the total mlllage* of that 'I of Lot I of II.c' . NOTICH rs HEREBY OWEN Tbat'y S J '.
--- county has been placed at 24 millsan The said land being' assessed at the I Q. L. Fleming, purchaser of Tax Certlfloate -
Decides on Best Life Four new stores are soon to be date of Issuance of said certificatesIn No 14*, dated the Id day of
W. H'JONES TRANSFER COMPANY increase. of two mills over last the name of C. H. Wlllson. Amelia June, A D. 1.11. baa, filed said certi 1
erected at' Vero. year_ and the commissioners dared Mallard, J. W. Thompson, ;J. W. Har- State In my office and- has made application
=* ovii/ >- jdwa "" Insurance"Five not made a greater raise even for risUnless. with law..... to Issue In accordance
OraWs. OimitlmferaVere c. 'The Masonic Temple will soon be said certificates shall be redeemed - Bald certificateembraces
completed at New Smyrna. such grant acquisitions as county according to law, tax deed the following described j
years ago I was refused life agents. will- Issue thereon otb llth day ofSeptember property, situated In Osceola county. .
insurance because of my heart symptoms A. IX 1nl Florida, _to-wlt 1 '
Doctors: said it caused The Florida National Guards will Commissioners 'Sarasota county J. L. OVBR8TRKBT, "Lot 1, Block B. Robert -Bass Addition .'
DR. R. J. DENNING was go into encampment Camp Johnston (Circuit Court Seal) to Klsslmmee City." .The said
from my stomach, but their medicinedid near Jacksonville tomorrow. have asked the governor to remove Clerk CIrcuit' Court, Otceola land being; assessed at the date of 4ssuance '
. DENTIST not help me and I was getting from office O.' E. Roesch-: the present IB-St. County; Florida. of amid certificate In the name' v

.' Over the Postofflce.TCB : worse all the time. Three years ago Tjle Everglades Bank with a capital county clerk for not attending to. Im ,Tke C..rt .f TN C.mmtr Jdgo. of IIc"te T. M.shall redeemed Unless said certl- '', ,.

HOtJR r S to 1>:I*. 1:1: u r my, druggist! recommended MayPs stock of $18 000 has opened for his duties af such official. 'The commissioners .f Oscevla C_.ty. ,State .r Fier/da. law, tax deed will issue ;,
aldeDee' Wonderful Rmedy. I took a course business In the thriving tomato townof have asked the appoint. 1111\ day ..f,September.. A. .ccordlnlr1to. 'j '

rb.a.174OMe.. Phone U' of It and believe it ,is the best life Moore' Haven ment of 1.> S. Delbridge. IN CHARLES RE F. TATE AVKRBTT OF" CARSON, (Circuit Court J' Sea 1. )) : : //I

insurance anyone can buy. It helpedmy ** *SaBSBBBB>SSB* I I>HCBASKDNOTICB- .Clerk. Circuit Court.ceoia Oe.
trouble at once." It is a-simple, Saint Augustine .is planning for In .commenting upon the completion 14-lt. County,, FloHda.. .
harmleslpreparation that removes municipal sewer disposal for the of an impounding pen for cattle TO CBBDITOHS

the catarrhs. mucus: from the intestinal .northern part of the c i!t.t a"cost and hogs the Haines Pity Herald ,I TO ALL PRR8ON8 HAVING CLAIMS .aQT4Cl1OF, S.Le 'j, .,l
M. TILLER tract sad allays the, inflammation of approximateL.n! speaks of all "lawless animals" within TAT, OF CHARLES AVERBTT CAR- By virtue of an' ._ tar'C. '
which the city.: The hogs and cattle that RON. DBCRA8KD. LATE) OF KI88IMMEM. hands. Issued out of the Circuitla .
Real f Estate cause practically all stomach NOTICE TO DOC-QWNERS wander' about the city are not "law OSCHOLA. COUKTT. FLORIDA -....."tTtHr VwHtrtai-'circnlVor ...e-
Aflegcy. trouble, liver and intestinal all and I the Kth day of May, State of Florida, in apd for Osoeela
less. la their feed t'
H nature to
. meat including Notice! Is hereby given that the A. HxREAMon. Bxaeutor oouaty, dated' July -u lilt InTfarer" '
appendicitis. One
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will ::fA y
I dose will convince refunded. terms of the ordinance wander and they of the Estate Av r> of A. H. Wo*, and aaainst C.rsoiy RealtyBought, and sold. t or money the muzzling of dogs will be rigldlJ'enforcecI..Dotaf01lRdatJupwith doubtless continue so to do unlessthey eU Carson.' deceased, filed before mea tie Company I here levied upon all
J. Z..Bobenon..d druggists the rl8''t.-uh.-.n.-jn '" ,,
erery.wherev written succeatlon.on erafrthr "'; :; W::;,:,
----HcMua..reattd.-. -arasestrictrd.byfencerWinter er- with the> peqvlred .......sal... .thathe aid Carson 'Cattle Company: la lee to 'I', A
out wearing a muzzle will be immed. believed the stale committed to ( head of Horses and j
( tTuu paid and Titles verified "REPUTATION" Park is to have a hotel hlscharse to be Indebted! to an and fourteen Ill) head of Jennie aad1' I ,
for defttl. IS COMING lately shot by the. police. Owners .of with 104 room. The. extra 'four creator than the value .amount ,Jacka, ,situated, ln< .Oseeola, ,county.-:
,; DOD-rel i WITH PIUS ILI.A DEAN canines should. heed this, warning to yield enough that said estate was Insolvent. lrld- *
Fire. Life ad Accident Insurance. H. R. MAY, Mayor. rooms are supposed THEREFORE :you and each of you, Notice 1* hereby. jrlv**) that oa atoa--. \ ."
"- income to pay the running expensesof are hereby notified and required to dart September I, fill, during the 1.- !
, "Reputation the newest super- Ckffl/ aid the house. appear and file before me before th, hours of aale, on said day} at the ra
6M tern Malaria, roai ... f --"r---- --
feature, starring. Priscilla Dean and, - lot dayofJanuaryA.D.1553duly [ -4oo rthhea e-dn4ru.-and .
? c Indemnity BonxUv coming! to the C..lnoned Wednesday Fever; BiCea peer Mis red .... County Commissioner Fields, of authenticated any claims and demand , ty I will sell all h
or either of you Interest of the said Carson Cattle
only, is heralded as a dramatic Grippe or ....,. refasnlet Flagler county, was forcibly taken may have hafn':.: .- aald .' .. Company in and to the said above described -'
thunderbolt of tremendous power. from an automobile la which h. was DATED at KUslmmeet Florida, this property! at public auotloa, t* i

r. KRIBB. W. J. BTBBDKRIBBS : From all accounts, "Reputation" not DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP returning to his home with' Mrs. mh day o. Ma,. A.T.D.L. t'Jin A. fy the said ata-heet execution bidder and for all'eaah.costs.tlL...*.>Ua- ,

A STEED only proves its right to follow her Fields, carried several miles into thecountry Aa Judge of the CountyJudge's 01'1''." under my hand this August +
first two successes, but many reviewers Notice: Is hereby given that the I mercilessly flogged, and Court Osceola 4a 1991 1L.

Atteraeya red Cetaaeelera at LawKlastsasaM have declared it to be by far partnership heretofore existing between :warned that the must leave the county County, Florida. Sheriff Oscftola. R. FARMER,'
Fi.riea the most powerful drama projectedon R. D. Sensiba and R. B. Atkinson : within forty-eight hours. The 11-14.1I-4S-4T-I County,. FloTtdei.

"- prset/ all eau Bad the screen in many months. in the Busy Bee Cafe, Kia- governor has given it strictly in NOTICmw sNo4iva
1i units stale. OeaUa. The most Interesting feature of simmer Florida is herewith dissolved charge that the sheriff must find the I will or BALB. _
Notice I. hereby given that -
"Reputation" is the fact that it ,permits by mutual agreement.All debts .miscreants.: Mr. Fields will continueto apply te the Honorable T. L. Comer, Under and by; virtue of' an order n
Pre cilla Dean to plays dual that have been heretofore contractedby reside in Flagelr county. County Judge of Osoeol county Florida entered In a certain cause pending< k
role a mother and daughter-both the said partners are hereby. on August !0, 1'11, at his officeIn the Circuit Court of Osceola county,'
the Court House at Klssimmee I Florida, In Chancery wherein Jefferson '
DR. BUCKHASTER possessing marked historic genius, sumed by the undersigned, who will. Drew Higginbotham, a deputy- Florida" for an order authorising the Standard Life Ineuran0000mpaa I' )
but differing in every other charac-- ,be responsible for no debts contracted sheriff of Lee county, has been shot sale of the Interest of C. L. Hyatt.Jr a corporation, la ; and IB. .
teristic. The mother is a woman who after this date except in person. from ambush by someone supposedto ", and Mendell Jackson Hyatt,, mi L. Lesley, et at., are :f.f..nd.nt., I will
non In and to the South fifty feet of offer for sal. and sell to the hlgrheetaad '
3 has violated social code and sunk to R. B. ATKINSON. be in the liquor business, and for Lot Five Block One of Robinson's ad- beat bidder( cash In front, of .
KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPATH moral l depth. in inverse ratio to her Klssimmee, Florida, one entire night lay beside the road dttlen to Klssimmee, Florida the courthouse door In the City: of d
rise in fame and popularity. The August 11. 1921. uncon.ctous.IIe has been active in RACE F. HYATT, Klsslmmee. county of Oaceola, state, ,
v, the prosecution of the sale of liquor Guardian of C. L. Hyatt. Jr, of Florida, on the rule' day In .pt.....- I
daughter, on the other hand, raised and Mend.U Jackson Hyatt. ben t 111 the Came being the tth day '
in a country asylum, blooms like a NOTICE TO HOGOWNERSIn -and there have been rumors of n-.. thereof the described property: to*.
threats of the officer. No wit: ,
violet in a swamp and grows *p to '' h
Lot of ,
NOTICR TO CHKDITOHH (4) Arthur K Done- ;
pure and charming young woman- order to work as 'little hardshipas traces of the would-be murder have 1m C..rt'.f Tfc. C... F J.... Osse. !Jan'.. B. C Miller and H. Clay .
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE hood. The mother has forgotten thedaughter' possible upon the owners of hogs been discovered.The .!. rommtr. State .> KlerMa. tanford'a Subdivision of block -

Ceraer af Clyde Arcaneaad I existence, while the child inside the city limits the time for Lee County 'Citrus Growers To In re Estate of Harrison Broua-hton.'Distribu Railroad )Company's of the South survey Florida of

has never known her mother's Identity the removal of all swine from Kis- Association has bought the fine tee I"'n:1 n* Claimsor Klsslmmee, Florida.. .
_oil Street Fate brings the two together. slmmee has been extended. The Dumber packinghouse of the Standard Growers Demands against said Estate: Also beginningst_ the meet

I under circumstances that! try their of hogs has been found to be Association at Fort Myers, and notified You. and and each required. of you to, present are hereby any of southerly block eleven corner(11)of lot of the seven Mouth(f) '

souls and make for big, dramatic much greater than at first figured; will work in conjunction with the claims and demands which you, or Florida Railroad Company' survey
situations. and market conditions are such that Florida Citrus Exchange-which will either of you, may have against theestate of the Town of KISslmme
I considerable loss would be experienced excellent bUlline.s.One of Harrison Brouirhton deceased City and run thence North 47 d..
assure late of OsceolK county. Florida, to .West the line between '
arrees. along ,
CITY When you feel lazy out of sorts by a hurried removal. The bunch of cows has spent so the undersigned Administratrix of lots six (e) and seven '
.and yawn 'good deal in the day time. time set for the disposal of hogs much time in the city pound of Saint said estate within two years from the 140 feet more or less to an alley;

,you' need Herbine "to stimulate your from the city is Saturday October Petersburg that the other day when date her."t.Vated thence North 41.'degrees thence Y
liver, tone stomach and purify 15 1921-but this does not excuse marshal! the July fbtrRiOJ\ hTON. alongthe alley 1 H feet; '
I up your the went to pick up animals South 47 degrees Bast. 1<0 feet
IEATJARKET f your bowels. Price. 60c. Sold by any owners having unsanitary condi in one .portion of the city: answering 10-81 Administratrix.WOTICK .- more or less. to Broadway; thence r
J. Z. Roberson. tions. Up to the time of removal o/ a telephone call, he 'failed to South 41 degrees West along

t. the hogs all pens most be kept in a find them. Then as he proceeded to OF mSCIIAHUB KXRCIITOR! FOR FI1'IAL. Broadway adjolnlnlot to four point (4)of besrlnnlnav above described. -

Riea.i and WOMAN'S CLUB HOSTESSES sanitary manner. the pound he found the bovines waiting .
fresh 35-2tc '. H. R. MAY. Mayor. at the gate of the place ready la Tfce Cecil ef Cmmmtr J.ds-e. ...... Also lot 'on. (1), and two (I) ,
Because of. a "slip" in the mechan- .. .f ...1....... Ossssla Ceutr. of B. C. Millar's .Subdivision of
to be driven in. block "U, of W. A. Patrick's Addltloa ;
ical of The G.zette.bere -
VegetablesPhone department 6M hat snore iadtatte laaa to the Town"of Klsslmine'
The school board .of Dade county In the Estate of Albert Eyre Drought,
r was an error in the published names ether Fever Teak .. tie Market bed Cads that it will be impossible open rims nil.. City and |described a... followsr
the BeKlnnlns
., ..of those acting: a* hostesses'at $ at corner of
I magnificent gathering of- the Wom- ., ere wants the schools until the first of the NOTICE IS SERER .OWEN, tfo. all block "H and I'c one hundred '
.44. "' who coming January when the taxes paid whom It mar concern, that oa the (109)' feet! theace South for-. ,
'. e 1 Club' last week. The *'-nine and 11-10 (".n.., feet: t.-tl
In will hne' bed appreciablesum. 14th day ef Aarwst. A. D. 1111. I shallapply
Purity'nd ,na an "
the > healing are thence IeO
contributed so.largely to successof power to the.Honorable T. L. Co"er.3uel East on hundred < )? .
the affair were Mrs Gertrude chief characteristics of Liquid Boro- The. county school boardis *. of said Court as Jadfre of Pro, feet to Stewart avenue} them '.\ _
a( Johnston y 4O, P4 CURBirr.ees K.t..7 In W. A EddJngtonJ Mr*. zone. It mends torn cut burned or" half a, million dollars in debt, and bat., for my final discharge aa Blxeeu- ? North aloe; Stewart avenue f.r-. t
ty-nln and 18-aOe C4I.1I) .
faces suit for the collection- tilt of the estate of Albert Byre tads.
QHNSTON' J. L.. Ov- scalded flesh with'wonderful'prompt a. of V t
; Julius ,M* Smith and;Mrs, Drought "_eed. and -that at the point beginning.4
'*"' V ness.. Puce: SOc '60c and. p.20.' Sold $166.000'& '' in bond, long past due. same time I will present ray anal &e.u.t. said PI'O"rt"Dela. sold to aatlsfr the '0' t
TTOANEY-ATe 4W"t .rtfe.t. : by.J/Z. Roliersow's /J *_ There Is a _cheme on foot &9 finance .. aa ....."'I..t a1d..Mate,ad Mereo\.os,:( 11.4'PEtiC1tIL -' 4"
OaceoU''Band posilblV' I corporation aid the ask; for their approval. ,- , ;
jtlOVU lest It) On a *I..t"'cSa" It If lp'op' JI'O' av $400,000 to J Da ted'June 5/i T A. p l ll.' "i,1% -. '. "" BpM>la|.Master.
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'point; will not be req'uJred. from the WHY SOME. INDIVIDUALS

men-as all know how they earned STOP A SUBSCRIPTIONIn
: lilt i SOCIETY'S REALM ] theirs. ;The affair will be under the

_ auspices of the Woman's Missionary a communication to the Dade '
} .Society of the Methodist church City Banner a writer tell. why some
ANNOUNCEMENT OFt "'Fun" will be the password.. people will stop their names from
APPROACHING MARRIAGE BIRTHDAY REMEMBRANCE the support of any' local publication;

t' Mr*. Brack ''Johnson announces the FOR KATIIERINE WARING -and he make. fun of such sub
It engagement of her daughter, MlM There were two dozen intimate scribers. He asserts that an editor
Elancbe Brack, to Edgar .D. Arm friends at the home of Mrs. Eliza deserves the sympathy and reliable EXTRA
strong. The wedding will ,occur in beth' Waring, 716 Main street, last co-operation then of the great masses,
the near'future. Friday afternoon to. aid in celebrating jots down the classes of people
the eleventh birthday anniversary who think otherwise in' the followingorder "
FEDERATION IS URGING of her daughter, Miss Foda ; v ,
y DIFFERENT MUSIC. McNeil assisting Mrs. Wiring, in (1)). The editor must assert in his
,. The chairman of the music department serving. Outdoor pleasures were en- paper anything which, I take a fancy .,
i of the federated women's''' clubsis joyed -,and punch and homemade to send him, or else I shall order him
urging the elimination of jars airs cakes were plenteously served and t to stop my copy. ? f' ,
Y and pleading for "daily music in pleasing. Among the guests were (2).; If the editor does insert anything -
j homes, daring which the folk-song AQss Gertrude Miss Katherine I send, he must insert it wholly and MondaySPECIALS
$ of America will be sung." The local McKay, and 'Miss Lois, Over- verbatim and at once, otherwise I Saturday :1
; club will soon have the matter under street - shall stop my copy .
discussion. (3)). The editor must never ex-
r HUSBAND SURPRISED BY press any view contrary to mine or "
-, SPENDING THEIR OUTING ANNIVERSARY GATHERING1'' any point in which I feel keenly Interested
;' ON THE EAST COAST Upon entering his home at 303 ; otherwise I stop my copy. r
Mr. and Mrs G. Wv Best ire Lake itreet, on his return Monday (4)) He must not even reproduce
spending several weeks on the east from a business trip to Lakeland, from other papers any news item or
coast-having left on Saturday for George W. Persons turned on the expression of opinion contrary to
Miami. Their son, Ira H. Best, accompanied lights 1n the darkened bungalow mine on such subj --otherwise II 1 I ,
by his wife and baby, had l only to receive applause from; those stop my copy.
I who had been secreted about the (5)). The must
been spending a few days in Kls- manager never remind ,

Miamicarried! advantage premises. of Mrs.his Persons absent had from taken the fallen me into that arrears my subscrlbtlon no matter how has During. our sale .we had a lot of remnants left of all kinds of .

1 vacation city house to with handsomely ferns and flowers decorate- the the far. If he does I must stop my copy. dress goods, white goods, gingllams and voiles that we must .

--PILAU PICNIC' AT' color scheme of Ted and white toeing At The Christian Church dispose of ajf once at- a big-reduction! Tti price. Now fs 'the time :
:; LAKE CONWAYA carried out in everything-for .it was '
merry crowd of about a score of I I a birthday anniversary of herhus- The pulpit of the Christian church to stock up on them, as it will soon-be school time.
band. Sunday morning will be occupied by
folks enjoyed .n autotfip to' '- ,.
> younger Lake Conway last Friday evening. I From the costumes and attire used Rev. M. B. Ingle, of Orlando, at the .
The party was chaperoned by Mr. by the guests it was a mere children's u;:.ual hour. Mr. Ingle is secretary Another big special; we received this Week one.bale of un j

u and Mrs. J. D. Newby, of the Manhattan Patty? ; the .women being; attired in Jof the Florida Christian Evangelistic bleached muslin heavy weight 36 inches wide. Extra special '
and his
U$+ hotel, and much pleasure en- dresses and aprons with hair Association, duties carry him '
"hanging down their back" either to all portions of the state He is for '
sued. There was a fine chicken pilau Saturday and Monday, 10 yards 79 cents. ;
nerved In plenty and there was a'I plaited or au nature!. and while I a man of much ability and possesses .
time when the entire party was' short skirts are just now en replo, a highreputation over the entire '- 'It
t 41 bathing. /, , I those present showed their oars, indicative state. And still another; we are offering our entire lot of ladies sum-
of long At the
years gone. I
l TIASATISFACTORY SHOWS same time the,men wore their short FOR RENT mer hats some range in prices to $6.00, to close them out in

) ., GROWTH I| panties and nearly every stocking Six-room cottage on paved street; two lots: :
There event at the, had a hole'in it. i I' 1
( all modern improvements. See H. "
F Methodist Bungalow orgt Friday even- j In addition to refreshments of ice I c. Stanford, 2 and 4 Broadway Kis- Lot No. 1 choice of any hat $1.59. Lot No. 2 any hat 98c. .
and cake there distributed -
when the cream were
ing Epworth League gave i simmee. 34-3tc
a reception to the new members that stick candy, all-day suckers! j
f;. have placed their names on the ros- 'lumping jacks*, and it is confidentially MOVIE CHATS Big lot of children's gingham dressed, Values up to $2.50. Will ;
whispered, the honoree was presented -
a o was ter. a Preceding business session the reception of the league there I a rubber nipple along with Five hundred beautiful girls participated close them out at extra social price of 98c each.

v l and following the event there were I other habiliments suitable for only i in one of,the scenes in Sen- ._
utill more names added to the list. very young children. Numerous chil ,' nett's "A Small Town Idol." Thinkof -
'r Games music, and refreshments added ': dren's games were played ending the number of future screen stars
.- their quota of attractions to with a spelling-bee-and prizes were that are going to be seen in that DOLLAR LIMIT STORE J
i 1 make, the evening pass pleasantly. distributed with a liberal hand. Many feminine array.

fn IMPORTANT MEETING I handsome Pennons. gifts were received by Mr. .1 saw "A Voice In The Dark" the G. W., Persons Company, Kissimmee, Florida

FOR NEXT FRIDAY The birthday cake was decoratedwith other night at; the movies and there .;j
i Next Friday afternoon (August candles, and color scheme rib- Wan nothing in the picture about the
+ 19)) there is to be held a most important bons were draped from the gink who reads the subtitles aloud.DouA' -IA> /!, ..itAtltmtlftlfi- - *\f- itAfe- + *afiMjlf- tlfif- **lfif .1t

1 meeting of the Mothers- r lier to the table-corners, .
ehande-I and Mary are planning a ---------- - --- : :
Teachers Club at the home of the large bows; while red boxes wrltle.-;
trip around the world possibly to The naked .truth would make a lot Tf you 'are not already receiving our MKHOHANTS
t .. president, Mrs. Celeste J, Fripp, 116 white ribbons were given the show off that mustache Doug has catalogue write today for copy.KIlRnrx . posted, And balanced. Ui.lhiy statements -
11 ., Beaumont avenue, south, at four which contained toys of various nature' I of"us blush if we were to face it. Seed Company. Plant City' showing full condition st affair .
-.... : -7"*- ,- '-o'clock.Thestudy of'the; outline of The-entire affair-was 'very enjoyable it Three Musketeers. .. Address: *'ftkaM car* '__
American Government was finished to the guests, the lit of tmnlne 4* T4>a4v for >ou. The aavette. Klsaimmea.1ttfa ,.L'::.
i{ at the last meeting, and at the coming whom contained the names of Mr. and "Wet Gold" contains some of the 1 Sell 131 products direct to farmers ;
.''t' t meeting there will be a consideration Mrs. A. W. Bailey, J. C. Griffin, Mrs most remarkable under-water pho. THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNFOR are on rretftt under If 60 you, can own give team bond or auto, we DRESSMAKING: done by Mr*. '..Jfllnque
i of the Shepherd-Tower ma- Harvy Harding, of Savannah, L. H. tography even shown and I. jammed start you. Twenty million use our ..ld.' 108 Verona street, KlgIrunife. -. ',,'
r ternity bill. Ingram, J. J. 'McCranie, W. L. Poulk, with action of the most sensationalkind. SALE products. Good territory open. ._Il-ft
At the coming meeting, also, each .,L. B. Tybee, Mrs. S. F. Schwrnn and I Write J. R.116 Watkins, \Vlnona.Company MinnesotaIt'a Department -. SECOND HAND GOODS bought aoTC.repaired. .
.member is expected to speak upon daughter, Arabelle. of .Savannah,Mr. ]FOR SALE-Ford touring Cr; In good your life chance. 34-Ztx and The Callno. 44tDOING
r some important topic. and Mrs. Warren Hill, and daughter, Making slapstick comedies is a repair. Would trade for one with r
is the Evelyn of Orlando, Miss Hattie Eby, I pretty serious business. Buster started, I). R. McUowan, ZOS ,- r- e s --
122, Klaslmmee.86ltl
:-:: -.- alog"TrainingCitizenship"of this club. Miss Cecelia Overstreet, and Charles Keaton, Charles Chaplin, Harold east phone ...n. oo toO OOOO.
t, Ebv. I Lloyd and Larry Semon have all J]
vi EARN THE MAZUMA put in a session at the hospital re- FOR HAL.E3-DodKe" touring car: newtires TO TAMPA?
THEN TELL ABOUT CANNING CLUB GIRL all round with cord on rear;
Matrons of the Methodist IT churchare HELPS HER MOTHER I cently.It fine new condition batteries;; $660 engine cash.overhauled See. W. I., The "Banana Truck"will make trips each Sunday,

planning a unique affair for, this When Cera Thomas., of Carterville, is emphatically untrue that Barber. t6-lte Tuesday, and Thursday. Will haul freight or passenger te .

evening, when they will entertain Saint Johns county, joined the can- that-Mary Pickford will hereafter ]FOR" 8AL.B-Reach lot on Fifth ave Tampa, or any point along 'route, at very reasonable prices .
their husbands .at The Bungalow.The ning club two years ago, neither she abandon curls Sand small girls' parts. nue. JndlKlantlc Beach Melbourne. OBI those days. For particulars see
entertainment will be varied nor her mother had ever canned Bargain for quick sale. F. M. Everett. -
-r and-full of life and fun. Every husband -I vegetables or fruits. The first year any As an authority on the subject, Tltuavllle Florida. It-Ste SPEARS
is advised not to miss it. The she EugeneO'Brien) says: "When we suitable for all OrateStrEeet.
,,4 put up 60 jars of various pro- FOR SALE-Ouavaa 315 KISSIMMEE
'kiss and make ,up' in the movies we !
'r merriment will make ducts,' according to ,reports forwarded preserving .purposes, in any quantity ,
Erogramof taste the make-up more than the kisses. delivered at 40o the peck. Mr..
f! his worries-yet it is still ,
Miss Heist
; by Anna E local home
M D. easier, telephone 4 rings on
-' a secret in the hands of the committee demonstration agent. 216. city.: t4.1tbFOR . .
_ \,;' v But one point will be divulged This year her' tomato plot has -- -
'; forithe It. is learned 'that DempseV- SALHl-Uprl.-ht piano In fine. f ,,.-..- .,
: \ eventful evening, and that is
{. yielded more than 3000 pounds. She Carpentier fight pictures are .not the condition: cheap for cash; or will Jfl
.>there will be expected an offering of has sold several hundred pounds,I financial success it was thought they trade even for car Allen Fosdlck
"' not less' than fifty cents nor more given away five bushels. to neighbors I would be in Paris. The Parisian's Fish Lake Park Klsslmmee. I4-4tx During July and AugustCORNELL.
q than fifty dollars from each one and put up 230 quarts for home use.I little interest in the films is due to FOR SALE OR RENT-Five acre
present, and that matrons will be She has a fine chance of being the the defeat of .Georgeous Georges. truck farm located In West Kiuimmee -
expected! to give'a detailed account first 'within one-fourth mile of court
prize winner in her county this ,
,. :of how they. eaftied tbeiiw. This the VaDeGueUe.. house. Good land; fenced; highly
11 year. Subscribe for ; fertilised and cultivated last year.
11l Cash or suit. Will consider
In trade a Ford suitable for truck.J. .


last fall. Price
.:___.___.____ ____._________._.._____!_______________._____. _____ ida.from right. iced E. 8.planted Roll. IT, Klsslmmee, Flor Sl-tt ,

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; FOR BALE-A! few slnirl-corob White
f r.E bR. T. M. RIVERS L.'//. LEDGE M. / STOUT = Leghorn wlnnlnastock.cockerels. world from champion conteat- WOOD BOARD
: J
of- ,,...,,-, Cashier Viee.heM".ae == layer Price $150 to. I 1 SO. F. M.
!!iiEr Morton North Klsslmmee. II-ltz
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= r -= ; Tmktm ehe ftac of L.t6 a.d Pi / WmlU ,
t POH SAMJ- ;1R- -THCNT Firace. .... tr C.iligg..rsd
,;. = == truck farm located In West Klssim- _
= mee between. Mabbetta street and
f : Midland railroad on west sIde city ;
; E"i$2O- =---- highly drainage fertilised ditch. and Good cultivated land; fenced last; 40% Below i -,

;year. Cash or terms to suit J. N.
Parker. Phone 8a. I2-tf

r ,FOR 8ALB-One pair good horses; .
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r = ..\ == also one two-horae wagon and Wartime Price 1
t ., ae = = horaea See W. D. Maklnion. at the
=== = hardware store. 11-tfo i

== ,The Bank With = :FOR 8ALB-A one-ton Maxwell truck.

; 'i, == the Each week you receive $20. Each week you manage s See the W.Maklnaon B. Maklnaon Hardware- at the Company store Sl-tfe of Now 5 cents per square foot '

A;* == :. to spend $20.. When you are earning less you. said 'When = :FOR 8 ALB-Bungalow; haa even During July and August we have decided to give our customers t, 3a"r

e:::::: Ability = room.; large lot; all Improvements an extra discount amounting to fifteen percent of the manufacturer's
= I earn $20 a week; 1 will start a Savings Account. == and a fine location; faces two
t streets At a bargain E. Remington. Cornell Wood Board.
;;;;::;; and = price OB ,
1 SS Broadway, Klsslmmee. l-tfo
,!!!!3 done sea When you are earning $50 a weekyou ; ==
:FOR SALE-Wooden' washing machine The purpose of this wall board bargain is to stimulate our
l Willingness. won't! "Se doing start now. The man == street, nearly new. Apply SOl Main 10-tf sales during the warm weather and every prudent buyer will do well ''i'

.. ServeDEPOSITS to take advantage of thj offer whether he needs wall board immed. ,
who spends today and economizes lo-rnorrow will never Furnished ,
a. _- FOR SALE. For Rent. t;,
for future
= Rooms and No Trespass teCac'tIl'"ce.lOntt: iately or UM.

}L =-= ',,, economize to-day so he may spend to-morrow., Why :-:::: cents each at The Coupled with previous reductions, this discount makes a total ."...

INSURED not 'now-at once-begin your Savings Account? You __ FOR BALE-One Beta Electric Wall ,saving to the public of forty percent from the Wartime price.
Plate. Practically new. At a reasonable .

w. can if you WilL : mette. price.' Apply.Valley ,Ga.-tt. So today. Cornell besides being the top-quality wall board also '

costs less than other standard makes. 'r
FOR BALE-One Nash touring car
w = .... =
and one Haynea aeven-paaaenger
= e. touring ear. Roth of these at bargain No other has Cornell's handsome "Oatmeal" finish nor its "Mill-

=, "Men, do lets than they *ugbt.unlels . = price W. B. Maklnson. City S-tf Primed"surface that takes a perfect. spread of paint of calcimine 1

'v.. ,=- 4, they do all they can.:'-Carlyle, = FOR 8AL.BB-One Kmeraot. Typewriter without a priming coat. ,
: 5'I model three, vial', ''e. -'" "d.... new. jy
.=== =- Apply Valley G,..el'.,. tf. No other wall board gives the triple protection against moisture, .
: = -= ', expansion and contraction provided by Contest's "Triple-Sizing." j
FOR SALE-Two t>o e' 't. 4-year
old size, velvet <>n.i dark blue, one "
dark green Russian style white Buy now and finish the interior of your attic, spare room, summer

w .collar: Apply and cuffs 101 Main detachable.street. NearlynewT 41-tt cottage office store, garage, faun.buildings or factory with Cornell -"{
'B : Panels instead of lath.-andpla ter. The Cornell way costa less

n&qfi.& .Osceola; County .. FOR RENT is cleaner ,and better and the' room is finished in just affew.hours. i

: FOR RKNT-Furnished house; close
H : In. Call Phone No. ISO, Klsslrame.S4-tfo. Remember, this special price applies only ,until. September- 'I IL f. '

Call telephone your, order without delay. ,
FOR RENT-FaDI.hed.t.. W.: B.
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