The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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: .j t HAS FOR. TWO, YEARS open-Arrangements:' have. been made.evening :to LEST .GAMEMIABDEN CATTLE. DIP 'STUFF council-street baa made.committee:;a notable of. improve-the -city ''FOOZLES'j\'TH'REOTOl: : ';

with a game,between the- boysof 1 - m.nt. thia-Jveek.Jnthat...etdoaa -of. : _

LAIN" INJITY: BARN Just the;,the,who KissTmmee high has school been Business'' the and promoter the,.College lads of of 'SHALL. ARREST THEM -' WITHOUT, PROFIT portion postofflpe.Possiel of avenue the The avenue which awfulness has U, near been'of .the that bettered BY :HIS: :SOB>, $STUFF:. .a

k the contest, has not been 'I.old-but by the .substitution of crushed
Not Suitable for Erection M' A Me-: It[ Is ''a self-evident fact that 'none.. Hunting Season Opens .Sunday No. Users Of Cattle-Dip Will Be Abl. To rock for,the ordinary ,earths and 'the' bvoic.sOL Fakir .a.d Grafters-Ara.

mortal Can Be Easily Erected, for take more interest in. the struggle ..ber.20.B.t Many Are.Already Save ,A Considerable Sam. During wetting and rolling have issulte5 in -'.Dally Cemia Over Tke'Liae
I thaif'' Mason'-Tiller; So intense js hen .... .. late
Drinking Feaatala Ute Oat Looldaf For:Ga.e Tii. Cenuaf Tear making a moat'aeeeptablej,, surface --r-
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his work that many believe h.1 '. The change has long- been needed:. ., '"
Lying two years in th'e city stable, Invented the game.' It is hoped thata I The 'county .. at tlieiiegular Cattle dip has been' retailing, and the accomplishment. is bound' to They're :earning'--.T"bJ"thertho.I&Dc:

k 1I pc-metimes covered by hay and some ,large gallery',' will be. : present' .atthecontest. meeting on Vtnday 'recommended $1. 0 pt'r'ganonccordlJ1g to asservtiona be appreciated. ,w. .... Promthenorth andtKromtb west I. 1,.
I' ; times by the miscellaneous 'collec- .. > ,, Ernest Shiver as game war made' before the county commissioners These hard-luck -
story grafters
' Yions whiqh; so often fills cuch a pubis den for Osceola county .and the recommendation ., at the. meeting on Monday Whoa tales are told with ,
!, "'" place--and a. few..weeks,"ago, J'. has been sent on, to .-and a considerable quantity has PROFITS MUST COME; J(lUrk sert, i iIii
/ -Tolson-:0'Bryai .
: t moved to',, a' vacant '1'0011.In' the adjoining STROUP'COMPLAINSBECAUSE': Tallahassee\ .that the governor ,may been purchased :at ,that and even ., J \,
1"; building where it; Is us lone approve the selection: The salary, of higher prices. At the same meeting looked the. picture i of"hard' lack
' .1'j"' some as the store, where the'iowner the, warden has been'fixed at fifty commissioners received an offer ,WHEN EVERY'GROWER when ha commenced! to hunt for sosne
'refuses to advertise-Is. the memorial OF DELAY dollars a month. -in addition; to from a, distributing house in Tampato |light work-and ha had. most 1ad>...

,.. fountain:whlch the 'city.,ordered ear-... which he has a certain portion of lay the stuff down in Klssimmeeat like little hacking cough which Indicated I
17'or ,1..tdPljMnepteniberrll9r: ---- r-r- Ines, ---- --- $1.45 per gallon In fivegallon BACKSORGAIl" TION that. the, work must be light,
II\\. ...P4*. *.., ..It was in that month'; two years NEEDQJID]; The bunting season will open on drums. J' or he -oouJdrl' ertaka-Jt-. _
"I* ago when the entire world was at ; Sunday November 20, ". and already The commissioners; discussed the ? .. 7- + a. reajlyi I couMnt. Also'ha'waa' bODCl'f. -
; the heiglith of enthusiasm regarding / the ofice of the county judge has matter- some length.. Mr. Wilson Growert/Mnst'Not"Lose Faith la 'Orgaaiutioat ." Certainly he waa. ite had had, ,
J the outcome of the wAr, and filled Said,'n. COaaaiuioDen.Wer.;? SideStepping issued a number of licenses. This suggested that the board order a : but very little, sustenance to main. '
;, ,with".compassion, for, the relatives of From Their ArrsemeatA year the laws will be maintained in small, quantity' from the 'Tampa 1, Average jRttarajWiHBe tain what he was carrying f,
1"-' those who lost loved ones In that a i way:( more. strict' than' ver'before house, keep it on hand and turn ,'it .., .Found.. Better At ;S UOll"* End -and even that .was of a nature.that
J.' hejUish : combat that the Movement Sbown OB.,The-Records -for, in" years-pasVtbere have been over to the- consumer at cost to .the '. . I didn't. seem to agree with him. d
.3 to establish some'memorial for what Alv hose farm lies in many who would declare that they county-way about "$1.50 per'""'gallon.He Large net returns' to' the growers I Ifop' He greatly Impressed .Lewis O'Bry-
'0// 'aby i' 'f s had been taken from Klsslmmee wall: F.: Stroup had paid'a license I but had thought- would undertake' to handle it to eggplants and' peppers (was, the an with his story Lewis' voice almost ,
.i ;( V inaugurated. There was a general the vicinity of Fish Lake, appeared lovely left the papers at home, when the best advantage-.and should there subject .of'chief': discussion at the broke when' he was telling of

sentiment that this city chould show Before the board'nfcounty commissioners .- hey started out. 'Such excuses will be any buyers when he was out of regular November meeting of the the condition of .the poor> man-and
f"N\w' a proper spirit remembrance; and on. Monday. to make the opening bear no weight with the present the city the stock: could be handled Osceola Growers' 'Co-operative Association Lewis' voice seldom breaks. Then n ,

,t. ,there was universal belief that the talk. and .request. The newroador game warden. who' has been acting by Commissioner John Hansel], who last r>Tuesday evening at' the he' immediately) impressed 3.11. WUI-.
".! ... .. people the, .common,, ordinary, peen the road that once was new a. deputy-sheriff. The man found : could always be found. .Mr. Hansell Chamber o ommeree. The resultsof son so strenuously that tears. came tin
,41. 'W-4 'pie, would subscribe : liberally to- 'running through this tract cuts off who cannot, right. then and there,: agreed to do this and turn the receipts the past few shipments have not to hia 'eyes 'when he mentioned the >
,j;i some three hundred acres of his his. credentials will be to the officials. been as satisfactory as would have sad, aad
;,. ;;.; "jfc." wards such a memorial There were produce 81'rosted over proper story, me'mates/"of the
:. .;; "3 numerous offers ,, to take up subcripI -' property ,from the waters of the and can tell his story to the ,The commissioners authorized the been the case had no storm interfered. hungry and. sick man who lacked ev.
k I7\\f tions. for the object- .and there was lake, and when this liroad was contemplated 'udge. purchase thirty five-gallon drumsto While the net, returns to the erything-even Honey-which tends

J;' f a' hasty of catalogues con- Mr. Stroup desired some "There is to be no partiality shown be shipped at once. Upon receipt grower have been a few cents higher to make, life worth living. Then when ':

I),, rJ! .,'..' tabling designs of various sorts from reimbursement.the It. a should a finally In this matter," said the new war- of the goods they will be taken in per crate than would have been received he met' with Rev. I.... H. Kirkby, and '
. portions of the and agreed that county appoint charge bv .Mr. Wilson-.who will be by Individuals without the made":the twice-told tale
jj"i many country den. "I'm going to run thin business still more,
L. R. Mr. Stroup benefits of the
Farmer association fact
3 ?r '" ,finally there was selected a design both just as carefully as Jany other business responsible, for their' proper disposition graphic and intense, there was a
, ; .manufactured by a Milwaulkee firm. should appoint W. I, Barber, as is conducted-end the rich 'man .x There will be no breaking of remains that almost a dollar crate communion of souls .that 'was'' especially :
4 At the first meeting of the arbiters i and they failing to agree the drums no lest quantity than more could have been netted If ,all ;,interesting and'
council thrilling
" ft.t'a the 1 will look to me just like the poor Mr.
should select another ( two selected the and
on Tuesday, September 5, the man. I am going to carry out the five gallons being sold to any purchaser eggplants peppers shipped Kirkby desiredhis yard cleanednot -
Ben C. 'Miller to from this been ,
t ) community had
; by
'1't'{ matter was brought up for discus that the decision. of the arbiters ,law just an it is laid down-and I'm ; but at the prices quoted the members of and 'the that it needed it but h. desired ,$
.ion.' The issue The stockman two dollars through ma- an excuse to let the victim
of Kisslmmee may nave on
it of
1 ,, sure will keep me busy. I'm aware misfortune -
should be final and be 'the
accepted as a chinery of growers' association.
Valley Gazette for the Friday'following each five-gallon can. There is at "earn"
hat there are many violations of the some money; be a
Such load
basis of settlement. Car lots
,', contained the reference an agreement present a large -amount of dipping bring at least the wanted to run the roller of '
.f ; following law going on at alt times and I humanity ,
the records of the difference
this is on county and it fs felt that the stockmen wil. between'l.7. per crate over the road
'I' to matter the
wish that The Gazette would warn ...wayfarer must a
clerk said and 88c the ,
,} "The council voted to purchase Stronn appreciate this considerable saving per crate in favor of tread and feel' that he had, don. : '
I a arbiters. made their the people of what I'm going to do. a J
beautiful drinking fountain .for "The report; that is to be made by the action of producer, but also have additional deed .to brighten the ,
'$ t i And if I don't play the game fair corner where
said it
Mr. "and In the fact that
Stronp was accept advantages refrigerated ,
those who need the homeless -
'1 < Broadway in memorium of Billie I'm perfectly willing that The Gazette supplying the dip might rest. _
ed. the board has
On two occasions reach the
. freight
. Makinson and 'Nat' who with aU' they require at this shipments And Mrs. : >'
Carson. shall go after me. may Kirkby. .learning :that
do recommended the market in better' condition
agreed. to as by than do
; reduced cost. The ."brand that fresh
in the Argonne. has only e&'l'ltho...
:Q .leep arbitration board. The county engineer There has been a slight increase those .and command' Immediately! '
by express high ,
"The been ordered the Is of from the .
matter S. by
was by county excellent ,foundry
egsf -
presented ..has.told,the.commissioners.he/ In the cost ,of licenses thin over The
I prices. madebyfrelght
.year er only shipment well in .the
A and Mr Wilson Seelasatisfied
; "E. Lupfer-JI'; who proposed that. last The resident license quality- running-gear 'of the us.
the desired. *
could furnish county
not associationthlayear
the city bear half the cost and th. survey year. that Jail who purchase and .1 ( by--the fortnnater roadshurriedrail. >
" .f J The trouble has been over the road is '1.25, ifon-resident county just before the storm, left here "
citizens who wished to honor the : that: was abandoned when the new icense.- $8.50, and the non-resident use it will be pleased with the re- IWednud.nleht and sold on'. the upon the neighbors: till ,at last she

i Nx'" '" ," ', memory of these :young meh raise road was put! in. Pat Johnston has hunters license, $25. The increase sults. New York markets between midnlgM found ,Aj,, place where'"the fowls wereyvoiklngwhile

: the remainder of the fund by sub said'that' the board has no right to roes into the county school fund.It TO BUILD BUNGALOWIN I and dawn on Monday mprnlng. They bout till he I the rector knrriet. /
The with found
fi; scription. plan originated deed ,.a.road upon which travel has is now necessary: for a person desiring I were In excellent condition andbnodght a bit of homegrown *
Councilman Fox and it Is under PROSPECT PARKJ. butter the' better to'butter'
to hunt in another to ,
been kept for full thirty years- county 1 ; very g0od prices for_that the
stood bread
that awaiting -- of the biter. .
subscriptions are And the
yet' that was what the board of arbitration secure an affidavit from the county ; time as the eggplant and i man
action council." M. Hares, of Loughman, has I pepper worked
the of the a couple of houraafterJwhich'
in the where he ,
had decided and was what judge 'county re- markets usually are much lower un '
purchased two lots in Prospect Park, 1
t j The clerk of the ,
i ; council was authorized : nearly overcame
which is submitted to the
'II the 'commissioners' had agreed to sides til after November first, And that
; and to immediately proceed hlm'l,
to place an order for the de- in the In which the proposes Had it not been for'the! gladsome -.
do. judge county hlpment cost almost much as byexpress'
,, as
sign .el.cted-and: he lost no time In to erect a bungalow for his own i roal--one of those where t
PatJohnston __ f the applicant: seeks another license because. it'was Insufficient cv?>
\ attorney or : ; When that Is an
the communication. That occupancy- completed rythlng-iwas' furnished the :.
forwarding ,
b .
.gu -
; .:(.,... 'ItO'a.: to be a' "beautiful" fountain board said that he had never passed The 'l'h.uBuarpublieity. be 'given Mr.Hayes plans to build, another shipment to completely fill a Ju.t the 'same as when.the'Episcopal: '
: not .doubted. The illustration upon the' report of the board of arbitration all cases of violations of the game'' bungalow for rent. The sale was I bishop drops in for feed
; , was ear.Thenwne'the 'overthe'state' a -it is evt-.
m what he had stated to the storm All
,' showed much excellence, and there ; aw through the' columns- The. Ga made through the ,McPhatter Agen dent the man would have gone into
board that easement the that .
an realizing
was zette. growers
belief that when the foun 1 a state 'of hibernation. .
e' was every It was s-o-m-e r
"w could be granted, as he felt sure that delay meant. utter'' loss of the' fruit meal
tII tain was once placed in some suitable -and the sick man, did it Justica. -.., ,.
C the; road ,abandoned did not actually cy.PLAN ben 'on the vines, shot their storm-1 ., ,
;, location in the city park that it
would reflect the belong to the county; hence the BLOCK damaged to northern And when the' ''Ieeior' t' .
'' 'w great upon county could not deed it away. ATTRACTIVE 'markets. ,Gutting of' all the markets dollar handed '' ;
of the plan the city t his
proponents upon upon promise to return
Mr. Stroup said that if an error resulted with a very Inferior-lot
for Its prompt action and upon the 'had been made the commissionershe .: few crates in the morning. -complete the''job' ,
by 'ofpl'Oduce.- brought
t Scitizen.. for the liberality shown by : MAY BE: .SOON BUILT DRAWTHOUSANDS tile 'smile of the ,destitute 'man far
believed there was no error- only >f2 each while, the market re- than
their more
it : The repaid
subscriptions. city the work -of the
the of the dilemma showed lower
only way out wan 'I >orts even at the
fowarded with the 'order the proper for the board to 'order rereview.He time. diligent hen and the yielding 'cow "
,F lettering: for the plate that was to would like to have this a done at ON BROADWAY SITE TO VIEWKISSIMMEE I ante These facts have shown the growers and the labor of )love evemMtm ' '
-bi attached to one aide of the"beautiful" "Charity covereth a multi "_os*
thenatter had been drag- the for
fountain and then the once as . necessity greater acreage grafters, '
.Tr council --- "Charity auffereth 1011..1and ,
for W. around Osceola
1 and the city, awaited with Impatience gig more'than3two years. Rumor Of New Building Opposite Being cdunty. Tuesday'smeeting gets stung. .
..' Barber added the .assertion as did Preparations Perfected To En resulted jn the adoption ofa
.t I! the arrival of the elegant em commissioner' Postoffice Stimulated News The rake next :morning was :i In ite'' ,
; '.f blem. B. C. Miller: that the BT tert.Ia'A Huge Nnmber ef Visitor. slogan of 200 acresof cucumbers. accustomed It,
,, :' place. had
bad promised to accept the findingOf Fro. Kaata* Cry Paper' next spring. The day of one grower -
At A Feed-Pert worn .
'f Promptly came by freight they the; arbiters-and that the arbiters Pleasing praying that his neighbor's patch bywork' fatigued by action. ; r

{' fountain.- Its weight is supposed to had supposed the road abandoned The Gazette some months since would flood or burn up in pas(, and Nothing was missing but the man.,
be something under nine hundred For the of having some Investigation the .
belonged ,to the county. 'it had 1 purpose he members of the association' are upon part of the,
;e ., pounds. It, may have been precisely I said that a trade of properties was well-defined reason for inviting all reflective rector showed that early
been laid out when that section of I keenly alive to the fact that only by 0.
? what 'was ordered.:.,. and there are under which would on the same morning the egg-and-. '
4 I the country was in Orange county way probably result Florida and all the visitors to the big acreage can 'small acreage win.
none to deny it; but it is a fact that: divided '"in I butter fed wanderer, a".constant snf-'
could the construction fine
be of of them and
and consequently a Most are willing anx-
: state within a large radius to cometo ferer ,'
kg the recipients ..ashamed erect
were a hacking had
; i couch
i between the two abutting building on the corner opposite the : issue to even take a loss present
proper on
KUsImmee, to view the environments
; it. There were three sectlons7 presumably ;= his tank ,with gasoline added
I. present postofflee-the budding-- shipments. for_the Bake of the future. ,
i' when it .and ties.Mr ; 'to-drink''Of-the natural. aeouple of
it arrived was unpacked quart_of,.heavy ofl., and
asked what wouldbe either be erected'as .
Stroup then ng to a splendid This is not necessary, for'the association
.A i the. ba.. the shaft, and the.! to look at the lake and to appreciate had left in his: excellent Cadillac forT
? I the advice of the attorney of the hotel with possibly one or two place. !what the city has to offer there is shippers by reason of perfected f
+ \u It looked oth.l'-but
: cap. was carefully over by I jresherr.fields.
to conr
board regarding the a of businesi-ror carry a large num- being planned a .huge gathering at machinery, must of necessity ,
committee. .
,1... jTthe reception There was ; contract made by the boardannulling ber of stores with apartments on the 1 realize a few cents more crate quer
, which there will be a plenty of bar- per .,
Moral Do''
nothing:. wrong about It-except: thefatt : not feed strangers: ,'
made in good faith floor. than does the independent' shipper
an agreement ,
I upper :becued beeves and and coffee *c*
swine '
;give them
member of
: that the council
\t'J-"lIlf' no money' until they have: '
: both the To A Kansas 'of recentdatM when both ,
parties to bargain? Citydaily even are shipping by express
"r. ->, at,that\ time,had the temerity to have by ,and cold drinks and all that goes earned ,every, cent of, :It., Florida
this Mr. Johnston said he had had contains the following item very and to the same market.One
'.* to make an affair of this sort will
it "memorium. it up be'over-run'with
r. erected as a Then I nothing to do with that contract; he pertinent to the .matter spoken of I which will\ be conducted the or two men have formed erroneous people of'thissort ,;) "
,j was carefully placed in the stable i he had been asked merely- to the some time ago by The Gazette t cafeteria 'plan so that upon Heed Ideas that the association was not this. season'There were some of
I none
and there for the goaway this ' .
was an awaiting variety Klssimmee last ,
I deeding of the road; and suggestedthat "The Chicago apartments, 1110-12 dissatisfied.The tUng,them as much as they would spring
funds' which were to be subscribed I the clerk be instructed to furnish East Armour boulevard erected : precise date of this affair will have gotten Independently because of _butthis year'", crop .is .being har-'

f (Continued .on Pair Six) him with an abstract of all proceedings twelve years ago and' credited with be the Utter part of this month--or the. fact that where their shipmentsold vested'earlier, and seems brighter1" '

ji SOME GUESSER WILL GET regarding that action that being the first concrete apartmentswith very early in December; the projectors for as Iowa. $2.25 per crate.when and more engrossing, than before; '
tt1 frth f he might pass upon it before the passenger, elevator service! builtin : having decided: that if the time it sold the market had
A HANDSOME_GOLD WATCH next session of the board. The motion Kansas City, were sold bad resold .for preparation shall be too brief to strengthened by the time the check KEEP OUT UNDESIRABLES, .

to that effect prevailed. last week. The apartments, built in pull it'off on the last Tuesday In this were received to four and five dollars URGES'GOVERNORHAJUE) 1
(Ai.. Jacksonville, November 10.-It is 1909 by Herman Streicher a 'jeweler, ,I month it will be held on the first for peppers. They judged their ; I '
r, stated that more than 800 reservations SAINT, CLOUD TRIANGLE cost 100000. It is a five-story 1 Tuesday of the following month. receipts for ten days previous by Diligent-efforts keep '.out,. 'the"

,+. f' ,". have been received by Jacksonville i SOUGHT AS MEMORIAL building with ten apartments. The I The event will be given a great deal quotations of the present. Since the "thugs automobile thieves, forgers,; ; '
,.t, :.: f-\. hotels from out of town Shrin FOR OSCAR SIMMONS apartments! in 1909 drew the then of publicity over a large area of this shipment upon which small returns swindlers and ''-criminals of, various
..t:4s....." ers, who will be here on November unprecedented rental of $85 a month. section\ of the state' -.. both by the were made the Jersey pepper. have sorts who migrate to Florida with the, ,
,t \\1'\-\ ',15 for "Shdn ra' Day" at the Florida Acting upon the suggestion of An exchange of business propertyIn prell. 'and through posters judicious- lost their "pep": and the egg market approach of the tourist season/*..has ,
' \.' state fair and exposition. Those Sam Brammar?, who' will probably be Kisslmmee Florida, was involved '' Iy distributed; and It will pay all is getting "unscrambled." been asked in a letter by GovernorHordee -
r 1 f.1If':' ,in charge of arrangements for Shrin- the next mayor of Saint Cloud, there ir, yesterday's sale, but the approxI- 'I' people to keep' close watch for the The outlook. for next Tuesday is to/sheriffs of all counties in,
. {fi.'. ." ers' Day estimate that no less than was application made to the) county mate consideration was announced as date.. most encouraging:, if-and this if is the: peninsular. The governor also,
' 10,000 nobles and members of their well above the original COlt of the the most important factor in the
f j commissioners at the meeting on This affair will be something out asked expression from the .sheriffs
, 1.f' families will be here which they Monday for the triangle of the tiny property. The property was owned of the p-rdlnary-and the very novelty in the growers life just at' present aa to 'plan. they.have for better end sf, ,
;i c'rrJJJ' ; hope to 'make the most memorable in bit of ground at A hton bounded by until this week by the Lederer Real. should draw an Immense crow' IF all !growers will ship through the "orceroent,of law. f

'$W I the history of the fair. three paved highways. It is desired ty .Company, of Providence Rhode It is, promised that ho matter how association next Tuesday or Wednes "I wish to call on' you 'for speelil.diligence .-
:..:a; -Clubs are said, to be forming in all that the commissioners donate that Iiland. The\ newest owner is John larg. may be the J number attendance day. The produce must be at the to keep out this, class "of i
i.iI cities under the jurisdiction of Mor1.t ares to the Saint Cloud people,when W. Wile of Cblfax; Indiana. there will be no shortage in packinghouse Tuesday; or Wednesday criminals the governor's letter:;said.: it

'0 rocco Templ..nd-.each..eommunity"'they.wil'properl4ence\ and improveIt The action recited above means food->-as arrangements will be per- morning. Refrigerated freight "1 will feet happy if we can go : '
." will send strong delegations. Tampa ; and then erect a memorial to the thatThe-Gazette was fairlywellinformed perfectedtohave'ftew'aupplielbrou brings Wednesday's shipments on the : through the, coming tourist season .f ,'
: ', and Miami, where. are located Egypt only Saint Cloud'''man whose life was regarding the matter) and whenever they shall be needed. best market: t'the week in far bet- without any. appreciable criminal, '

,It J and Mahi temples, are ,likewise preparing lost during the war, Oscar Simmons. while the, name of the prospective More. complete detail. will be given ter condition than express shipments activities from this class. ', p In these
;r'.1 to come 100. percent. The! Members of the board and perfectly buyer was kept in the.back&ound next week in The Gazette but it and the returns. will be abouta counties where there Is such large,
u man or woman who comes nearest to'. willing to make this contribution if In a previous mention; it is but fairto should be. stated that at the dollar per crate,better. All growers, I know there Is grater
*' i',p .' estimating: the correct number of i it '.an be done In.. legal manner, presume that the new owner, ning ,of the approaching beetn-I with eggplanti; 'or', peppers arc dlficulty but I' am convinced
+ \.. paid admissions 'to the fair grounds and' Informed the petitioners.The John W. Wile, will proceed at an commence the work of preparing the urged to Join, th. '.oeiatlO1l'-lt' the (tourist counties, that vigilanceon ( r
con Shriners l Day. will get a handsome j right-of-way cost.the -county, a early date to investigate the matterof charming grounds where the barbew costs at present but one dollar-am the part of.the sheriffs and capai' :
';t watch. offered by the V. E.- J.cobajl building portion of the site get in on the big money to .be derived .
; I great deal of money, and it is believed upon cue will be carried on. ,. bis deputies ,will' hold down-a great : ?>
; Jewelry Company..It.I.Is said the record the purchase included that un- that has' just''been secured, and determine Arrangements should be made in from week's-shipment.,. deal,of the.crime,.such as.heretofore
> number of paid admissions to the which how large a building wouldbe *" y
used triangle-'in event there all adjoining counties for. large numbers reflected Upon our state." : -
, (y, i'tfall''"grounds : on' .any. single 'day,a,decided ,improvement in the ; justified by'prevailing' conditions .to,be present at.the'unique, barbecue . HUGE' - "CAVALCADE VISIT governor: : asked,, that ,sheriffs; ';, 1 1The / ';80,000.' :The Shriners.hope appearance of,. the-place t in-the, Immediate in' gualmna..., ; : ,' where .there;will be'a' full .;- !. HAWKS CTTT TUESDAY. and police co-operate In ,the'work., , 1'a l '
":' ,Uo: set up' a mew high, water....mark.VThe .' The There seems to'be not'the least : ,, ...
future. ; county'; engineer .'' reader,.the best,of"music, -BecauseiRev.. W.,;M-MeLeod 'waseonduettg'ar.viv.l"at.Iialaes.City" -.' .c . '. :. ; ,
: committee ''is. 'planning many will at 'look- lato.the' matter doubt that three-story 1 -
: once ., ftre-1J'OOf and where there will be something ilioinud''all' '
> el'featuraa'in'aonnoctlon.witis'the ' '' .. ; ; lug dropsLon the canvas i : -
j.|no and make his'report.. ; { *-- hotel'" covering' a' large: -_ ?
Ii': ;'tw :}$-* day, *'d' prom e&' almost' interest- ?. i"_ ITba'eauaty''end' r tract .that haa been aecured" ht'thego : doingall time. : : and:Jeff.. WaU eras there withhisvocal : voices, but there was singing and tn-* I J '. :
' 1 gingprogram,. ofevenu.'Anoth.' ..- fea- ,home{'demonitrs- "trade* ,would. be an investment that '----Tr-;;, ,, iI.t" \:- -:-:::"- ; ; ;:and'1n.trnraenlahmusic. ,, moors strnmental"muslo--egainit 'which,dr-/ ''

;1.4', 'Unre in, connection with Shrine day tion agent of Florida are how' :bolding would'return od dividends from ii'to;: :be" hoped"that'; owe than one, ."'cIrec'aad fifty: from course.'the rain oared not compete!; "<; :
"t--b. .11I'.be the ceremonial .which will be I their'annual contests for the boys the very dart. A multiplicity of Tier may fled conditions suited to the KUsimraee t drove' Ito| .that' to'W'D. en J.ff ,Wall said that tn-aU ., .
1 staged ,;ofl- November 16.."iwherfa.j! and girls doing agricultural and,homework good.I 'hotels U an asset for a' city; Investment,'the large awn',which Tuesday eveninsr to take part In' the ieace in this work he bad -b..ftB' '
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; healthy: crowd, of;t novices-will; be. 1o.thel.! .,eounties.";,rThis club and there" are* very few cities, In would -Invested'in' <,a-. hotel for session.' -The Ueatj- rain, mitigate. M greet-a group of "
f' ,driven across the *>'proverbialhot I work Is recognised as about the best Florida that' have-.' .ufAelent'Dum.. neb'1u' faatitutiop'-wduld. !-prov.agreat against, 'any form. :of- .sermon .or body' from an adjoining.' ,. ,i .. "

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meeting'of *' he-county commissioners The officiAl :iiUff of."the governor lE'ISAWT.Ut'GAZEnEw. .Nice Homes: For Rent: :. 1

: EASEI4EBACJSnr ( cannot''be complete unless ha. been appointed and acceptance II.' Kempfer, of'i Deer,'Park was _
a, few' word. from the Honorable have been received by him from,each before, the board Monday regarding .
.'caa. 't do your'_ best',when, Stephen C. Acree are on' the menu. of his, appointee his claim for extra on material usedon .' :':i THREE FURNISHED' OMES i
back: and every' muscle On Monday Mr. Acre told of the With the exception of"'Cbarles P the bridge and abutments of the .
aches with fatigue. time when he -wasi I a member of the Lovell, of Saint Augustine, who 1.l road through the.Jan Green aad' x
.\]1 '/Apply Sloan' Liniment chief officer with the title of ad ]
> freely, &* board of commlaionrf and how he lie had he stated that he
I.:, .m rawMMf., sad enjoy a penetrative then inflated that no work should be Jutant- eneral. the .following1 Ore had"complied: supposed with, all requirementsof :. TWO THAT ARE UNFURNISHED,

a .glow of warmth and comfort ? done on any highway until the county lleutenant-colonelf, : : the commissioners In making' the
Good for rheumatism, had been given the right-of-way and Frank ShutU. Miami.W. ,
arid until
,. sprains and strains ache 'G the deed had been recorded; but, he F. sto.alf, Tampa.;, he had seen strengthening in The Gazette, that the THESE SHOULD BE SEEN IMMEDIATELY
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: .cUUcSOT muscle*.Miff 'W M..IKOU. EuBtli,
added, hi. initanc had ''been un- claim ,
allowed he '
was not supposed
the after effects weather exposure heeded. Had the board at that time A. A. Murphree, Gainesville.' k
it was satisfactory. He had receivred For action and deals it will
quick legitimate to 'aee
pay y.b me
For P. C. EIdrd Fort Pierce.
Ask ,
a forty yearspala'eoemy. and aince that tine, Insisted on such : no''official notification to the
jt ? your-l&bb ot. Ktep.sJo .',I14rth. measure there would have been M. B.: Herlonsr,.Jacksonville. trary. Commissioner. Hansefl con-explained '
M #' much money saved He also recounted John' W. Henderson Tallahassee. : what was really demanded- D. M.
that some years ago he bad deed- R., I Sweeger, Quincy.Lewis whereupon Mr. Kempfer asked if i It : BOYTEi
sioaitS. ed to the county a atrip of land one- O'Bryan, Kisiimmee. would be satisfactory with the boardIf
r half mile long and thirty feet wide- Charles H. Brown. Tampa.D. Gerald road *
almost two acre; still, ever since B. McKay, Tampa.A. should visit the superintendent and i Office ia tke. Graystaa Phone US'
place give
j: that time the tax on the entire full Livingston Madison explicit directions aa *to,what wa KISSIMMEE,
: .. 1itne1.e. section of 29 acres bad been assessedto ,J.'E., Hardee Madison.S. .; needed-In, view ofv the fact that JlO
t i him-even though be was two A. Hindley, Live Oak: specifications the had .
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acres ahyon his quota. M. M. Fisher Pensacola. been furnished.
r ti __ Such action was
ANOTHER GROCERY OPENS agreed to by the commissioners,and

one I FOR BUSINESS NEXT WEEK. the the lacking road superintendent advice. will. supply '
KI IMMU t RY ._' ,
j .k eleven The old Waters dc': Carson corner If the bowels do not act regularly "
cannot get away from the retail groCery -; assist them with an occasional SAPOLJO
; .306 BROADWAY business. Loy'11f;'Keiser, who dose of Herbine. It is a fine boweltonle'and' ,hr ..
from Akron Ohio *has leased ii
comes I
laxative Price OOc. Sold
-'---. '-- ---- that corner; from the owner of the J. Z. -Roberson.I .* Find counties uaes "in the .. '

$; :. -: -preperty f ha IflnglitlnnM. W holcsa e ___, c r .kitchen... lt.d !'nt:..ullGty.' M
u Shirts Collars flat' Work and Grocery Company and will someday you want to raise a nice crop or kettle
4 -I tint porcelain china
r during the coming week open mosquitoes next year leave an assortment
with a full and complete line of gro of old cans and bottles In I earthenware, linoleum oilcloth tR.rt.

.. family Wash ceries. the; back yard. By spring they will .__- ,,refrigerators,tile marble
Mr. Keiser here with his be
come of stagnant water--an Ideal
-. family determined to make this his mosquito breeding ground., I shelves and floors. See that
home.To this end he has purchased the name SAPOUO i* on 'JL,
3't PHONE-67 the residence' of Mrs. Zoa"" Adamson, BRIEF ITEMS GATHEREDvFROMOVER every package. - tt-

at 907 Emmette street and his famIly THE STATE
/1 is the EiT
already occupying prem- MORGAtTS
ises.: The deal was made throughthe The most important;;; wholesale ,
: D. M. Boyte Agency. 'iahsry on the east coast has been t 301. MJ-c"H
Mr and Mrs.: Keiser 'are highly liseontinued. Charles A.. Kennedy of: New U. S.'A.
7 r pleased with the city, and their new I West Palm Beach, owner of the Atlantic -
FORMERLY' HOTEL MANHATTAN* home and are already writing: theirfrientSs Fish Company, Is retiring from MAKES POTS AND'PANS : ;' '

in Ohio to coma. down and the business and offering some $30 __ LOOK UKE: NEW ,
u .1. D NEWBY JRr fJhree VIRGINIA spend the winter ia Kissimmee.. 000> worth of boats and nets at 'aucion. 4 I It;
M. r 'Several hundred men will be
1" Friendly BURLEY THE"WHITE BARBERSHOP" thrown out of work-their excessive a'w
Gentlemen TURKISHThe MAKES HANDSOME SHOWING demands being an important factor ,' ,
for closjng down the works. Their
Sunday Dinners perfect Mend of the three E. J.., Fennel! II now nicely locatedIn demands, ever increasing, killed the
) perfect cigarette tobacco his new Quarters at No: 18 Broad- job; the result the world over
in one perfect cigarette way, immediately adjoining his for- "Squeezed out between labor and the
; mer location. and he has named the transportation "trusts," said Mr.

Seventy-five Cents per Plate. one..elevencigarettes place the "White Barbershop"havIng Kennedy; then added: "Engine repairing _
I painted the entire property thai that a few years ago cost fifty -
:4 ; color. There are yet some minor de: and sixty cents per hour, now '
;. ...........0..0......... 'tails to be done about the place- costs from a dollar and a half to two d a --

but it Is so tyiar completion that dollars per hour. A barrel of fish '
business cs ucAl I is being carried on that formerly cost $7 to ship to New 1 I AFT i '
2Ofor15 The rear tmrd of the place has York, now costs around $12." ts-- $ tYS] ; t
: V u1gNIL1N l been 'transformed into private bathrooms C' .1s
: ,where both hot arid cold water In the work of tr.nscribinathe
service will be continually ready for Hardee county records there will be __S
w.,. ;tz:::..... the public, and it is the intention. of more than one hundred completes
this -proprietor---have--&- most .con.. bQQlfIoL! record. each book containIng :
*111 rJ.ETIuKa venicnt spot. Plumbers have 'been 600 pages. The work is 'a big one _

I: : TIRES MD TUBES; REPAIRED' busy for the past week in connectingthe and highly necessary as it carries _

tubs, and carpenter. have been the actual holdings of the taxpayersand Columbia;. Dry Batterisswork
". RHREJDlKG occupied or a still longer period in property owners of Hardee better and Uat
making the needed alterations to county. These books will be re- longer You ,
render the complete checked and read and then verified want
Hours: 9 12 M; 7 to 9 p.m. shop a one.
The result, within a. short time, before the transfer Is called complete *>c boas sod btumnfoe ?
,:FIRESTONE m m TIRES KISSIMMEE will be most apparent-and Kissim and whatever error there is =:::=:=
mee can then boast of a most attrac will be in the original. and not the the quick start
tive "tonsorial parlor and bathing copy. dry buurr UcMac! .
l : SWIMMING BElTS IB eioMC. cvilar, ,
a mt.
pavilion. ....... '
.. I If yoiir. child eat ravenously at -fGr IfaltlM- MI th. Ford START your Ford car quick, no l !
.J and Farmers Bank GRAYSTONE DINING ROOM'I times;! and at other times has no ap-i wfaiU vantec.Put.o_od how cold the weather onto ?a

L. E.ALFORD. i Building, Kissimmee, Florida NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS, I Vhite's"petite at Cream all, look Vermifuge out for is the worms.remedy !- cold WMtW"WU"a Columbia"Hot Shot" Ignition Bat "

a'' .{ .'Jft' BROADWAY J Under the management- of Mrs. to use. It cleans them out. tery No. 1461. One package 6 volts.

}b1tixf Ben Baird, the owner aided by the Price 85e. Sold by.J. Z. Roberson.** n.1'. ,m..t/iv, Superior to a wired-up group of ordinary v ;
JAMBS D. MacOLASHAN. Principal capable assistance have been openedto e ar,.-d.a..s."r-I cells. Works better longer..._ r '',
Commercial Department the public the diningrooms of the PUPILS OF HIGH SCHOOL r.eir..tsrpaw: u .. r
r.Ideal: for too. '
ai gas engines,
i Hotel and special efforts MUST HAVE HIGH IDEALS
pw. a
fag crtfM c rp
For bells and need but
MRS.',C.' E.: HILTON; will be made to carry on a service you
LUMBER-. : Stenography and ,Typewriting' which will be an attractive featureof Pupils and patrons; :;;; and tax-payeri one'Columbia'"Bell Ringer" Little f
\' .. the hotel. Few cities -the size of ,are entitled. to know all details about
.". . ":'k:,,.;..,!':\\-b.1iI1f1.' ; :!; :; :, :: Kissimmee can boast a hostelry ,superior very action of the high school of package-big power. t

it W' .' , 'I ''il\ft;! .""'i1\S.,!i t Pra1q\! ,Ik, >,' I to' the Graystona W and It is 'isceola county. Tax-payers demand Sold by electricians, auto accessory shop ,
> FOR:,EVRBT! Evening h Classes):i Start -Monday, maintained in a manner that is 'inost this, and patrons must not. be misled and garage, hardwire and general,.sore
October 3, running on Monday, creditable. Traveling men feel that in any way The morals of ,an The name Columbia U on the label.
Building, Purpose and Friday' it is all that is demanded-and the educational institution must be retained -
Wednesday utmost cleanliness. everywhere. is no- at its highest tension else
We have'.the' stock and'the grade at ticed.Through. the purpose of the school is in default CoIUlllhla.n..rr'Batterleil
; some oversight no men- .
th. ,
,right. prke. We will cheerfully tion was made of this hotel in the Early this week there was ari Insurrection -
''furnish. estimates.PODWARD leaflet recently gotten out by the among some of the older T
JESSIE D. KLEINMAN ChanSber of Commerce-an omission pupils, which was Joined by boys
UMBER[ lead into whose hands still The principal of trio --J .
COMP'NYTh Work which some younger. -aP. ..../Nya M4r
Copying, -. Stenographic the publicity sheets might be placed schools, D. B. Shaver, hesitated not .'
., ) Buildings to. believe that Kissimmee was. with- ODe moment in applying the remedyand 'i
f. Classified Columns of The Phone ?53. State Bank out a. hostelry that was in every his action must and will be :
r S -r.T Ctasetta give splendid service. .. way a most worthy institution. upheld by every person. The pupils'
While it is true the city needs more action was a plain case of revolt-
hotels and flats, It is also true that and to overlook it meant that prin-
.. .. .. ...i..oi., .. .., ..".. ... ......... o..oooo.o.o..o o o. the Grayetone Alls the general want dpal, teachers and all connected 1- '
,4 of a good house as patrons will with the schools would lose a share This little bit of advice may help
: : readily agree; and there should be 01 respect to which all are entitled. I
no means left untold the make it There were a dozen or more limited regain : Health '
"rhfWhiteBarbershop", understood that Kissimmee has a suspensions-after the lads had you your ,
good hotel-a house above the average agreed to apologize for the crude and
in' small cities. performance, and had offered to Strength Vitality $
medicine. Not one of
REV. W. H. COLEMAN the offending pupils had an excuse
Now ', Open For Business CALLED" TO KISSIMMEERev. to offer; they stood like men, real Thousands of people suffer from nervous ',
men. and admitted they were whollyat ness. They are run down and miserable without K"
W. H. Coleman was!called to fault-and they agreed that nothing knowing! the reason why.
go to conductspecial of the kind'should again happen a
.I t "' ,We.Claim to Now Conduct; services, baptizeyand 'receive If F severe punishment was their due They do not stop to think that much of their
a number people into the Christian they were ready to take it, they said; trouble may be caused by drinking tea and coffee u

,THE MOST ATTRACTIVE BARBERSHOP ., church. These )have come as and such a pleadment was a most which contain the drugs,their and caffeine. When
the result of a union meeting. At worthy one.Principal .
Iff 0 S fc E 0 L A COUNTY,, last report fourteen people had asked Shaver is not a tutor to you over-stimulate the system for any period of
for admission. Mr. Coleman came to how any vindictiveness.! He ia con- time, the:result may be nervousness with its nl
. Arcadia little' than month great degree. So long many accompanying ills You
,, Come In, And Let U. Prove It a more a a may fail to sleep
l' ago, but the Kissimmee church has of the schools he will properly and your sleep does not refresh you as '
not'yet been able) to secure a successor be the head, in every sense of the it should. .
; 4.: ... ","'p,,' \"'t s. to take up the work which -he had word; not offensive, not defensive, .
'" S S 5. carried on for them for four years. b\\ut merely determined to do what Postum, made from scientifically roasted e"
.+ t' : .' NEWLY FINISHEDS AND DECORATED -Arcadia Enterprise.. bra long experience has taught .jtlims cereals,, will help, you to overcome all these
best dos all concerned.
conditions. For it
: ANONYMOUS THREATS contains only healthful sub. t
The offending lads are to be congratulated -
.t CROWING TOO COMMON because of the manly way ,stances, instead of drugs, as are found in tea .
they "came to the scratch, and and coffee.:
: SERVICE Someone a month ago sent two Principal D. B. Shaver Is to be congratulated -
letters to Bud O'Berry a prominent upon the tactful mannerIn Postum helps build sound nerve structure.,
4 citizen'of Spring Lake the first re which he handled a small matter by letting you get. sound, restful elee-. k
questing him to leave Hernando which might have been made muchgreater In flavor ia 7
within fifteen days and the Postum much like- high-grade
county. ,
; : THtWHITE BARBERSHOP" second giving him ten days more and coffee. In fact there are many people who pre r

threatening his life if he remained. Laughing r In His-Sleeve fer Postum for its savory flavor alone. i
.... ., Mr; O'Berry was born and raised in
.. 'E.LFENNF.LL., \ the Spring Lake community and is "I waa told nothing but' an operation Order Postum from' your' grocer today. ' '
. ; Proprietor '
Serve this rich, fragrant beverage for the '
well spoken!r of by everyone who would help my stomach: trouble, family. '
IL ; ,t" : j .N; "18 :Broat wa .,', KISSIMMEE- :: : knows'him.Tha 'person who wrote and.was getting, ready for the operation See how the children will like it, and how much '
,.-;. . ,, < K- the' notes ia"'believed to have a fair when a friend advised me to try better everybody win sleep at night tf!'? tY
: : ,..:'. .. . education,but tried to'disguise his fayr* ,Wonderful The fit
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'P-tam I'
-'' , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ writing by' spelling. Mr.'' O'Ber" dose I coei.e in two forma: Instant Pa.tam(Ia doe):
- ;. .. _. .. .. sorry first ,, helped me. am now as '
t "' -.r '. umd.IrrtanUy III the by the addition '
./ "I' ''II : 1'7'o'ten days more"' has expiredbut well as ever, in'my, life, and am Po Cereal Clap of toiling__. ,'
: : .... he still remains at his residence laughing 'up "my sleeve at the ,doetors. .m. (18 of larger bulky foe tbaM who ;N
: ,. .1 : : .. hi Jhas "so ' ." It prfe to make: the dnc; wlaDe U. meet I. trios ptepa.d) t.
long occupied.: ia a simple, harmless preparation ;; 4 .... '
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\ { : that ,removes aU the catarrhal )
,.. .. :'0'. .)'' t; ORIANflO! _ I JQR1Ai , ,A.) good :.....paper helps to 'J make mucus from the intestinal:tract I i\\ y
? """ .' 1\1' _' . I : a> good community. A good community and allays the inftammatlonwhich "' '
. " "t". ''Commercial'';Veports'on' {iixlfvldaaU.\';oratlona ..'Or: -; ,' ,helps a good newspaper. Thisis causes. 'PracU: : stomach,"liver ; V Postum for.. Health"There's S
," y 't''"Undo and vicinity, (of lit y 'n>IU.> ar..1011' Ml br tWaAssociationat TSnbserib, *'of r your home tom paper and.intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. n. / r- N. ' i Reason" :
:-:, .tb., ,.rat. of ''|1.*/ per reports Check to accompany, r...11.8t. , < week.". (, Help your community .. One dose will 1 convincer .4 ; .

"'.-'... OHLAN90. CREDIT .ASSOOATrON. ,omAMBO. ,by becoming.a subscriber; your' local "'refunded-..Z., Robert on. ., ::A{ L" ,.
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kroWrwbatlcfItbes. 'II...RM$1. bfrrehtpc41T0b0andrust,; ? It.isn't the shot:>> or,wadding. It isn't the powder. It is the "Vmercury" in the:primer.: ,, \

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... . .. One' Tale'Well Told r. At'tractl 1ve=But Perplexing . But It All Goes. Wini. Said MncbBecause ;,"
,." r. Says the Umatilla Exponent: .I saw an advertisement, the other Just ''about half the stuff that U his best :girl t went back,
t. THE THOUGHT TANK M'r' and Mrs: ,A. C.' Told,' day'that said: "Call and see our invisible donated a ,.prospective bride when on him William Hodder.. of ...Lire' OFt'.l
TAPPING W. L.. Told f and Miss Mary hairnets. How. do, they .get thee; is a linen" shower for her Oak .shot. and killed himself -leaving ,;
motdred to' that benefit is made of .cotton-end sbe ,
I- Told Tampa. wayl ' a note saying "Whoever finds'
p.I '
8)0 THORN All Told I presume. they had a knows it.too. me 'will lind''''me'.dead, danm. ,->'and
t1 durned nice trip. Fine Bit.Of Engineering delivered." Foolish Willie I ,;With. 'J
.. # A call has been made on the people This Frequently Happens so vast a superfluity of'fair females
Clever Wfc First SaW It :' ... ., Tickled To DeathA of Frostproof that twelve andonehalf "The story hour," so popular''' in scattered all over the country, here ',, hand
left'"" This Very water without heat- I .often wonder why writers telling' woman dropped dead in the office beeves were needed for a the schoolroom, is becoming some yon it seemed tome' ,the lad' .-
How to boll of some fearful episode occurringupon of a Tampa doctor.- Ill bet he barbecue. Lean, see where it js not fad in the home circle.uDuaU,. occurIng might have found something "Just',
.r':aIng: the kettle! :.Use' a.stewpan.' some sullen waters daring a had just. told her that he had concluded a difficult 'feat to slaughter twelve soon after' the husband .returnsat as good. and thereby savedthe ex-,
\' ,,'; storm characterise it' as "harrow- to-,lower his regular ratecardand beeves-but any man who can:"kill a Very late hour from ,a social- penis of a burial. Still .it was Bill's
Bress De Good Lawd Inc experience? Wonder if the the news ,so pleased her that "half a. beef" Is a mighty .clever and fails to bring a mighty good and funeral-and everyone' efems satis-'
Senator Tom Watson of of Georgia, writers know what a harrow is, any i the fatality occurred. butcher, let me tell you. eonvln able excuse. I fled. .
Is rattling the bones : congress so .
hard that the marrow l II roll- how .
.durned .
1- inC out In little gokn-like Lyd PinkHam's *When* 1-: -- t.. iJI.JIt1 t.. YTeU Me
f peculiarly pretty '
asks "What'sthe -
Lakeland Star :
If Tom can but The .t
:.I fi\punk. .-out poUtic''uu.his term of office he ,will abbreviation for skirts?" If this ,
"".' entire Amen query refers. to the present-day-
revolutionize the body.
length 1 know =:' but-I dinsent tell
right here in the paper. But, really,,
''Merely As A Suggestion did folks to abbre-
when commence
f" Now if people the "best will\ quit man"callinggroomsman things, a viate abbreviations* *? Merchants & Farmers' ;Bank

wjl1 be better. The bride and all the What I. The Answer

r TOMftnder of the folks consider the :, I asked her if she' rolled them, J' ,. _
'groom the best man; if it were not She said she never tried.. ;f'ot
the bride certainly made an awful I ?
so Just then 'a mouse ran swiftly by,
miscue of the "lirball": and will And now I know she lied! issl.a1KX1ee: : "
1.' regret it. The "best man" is the one -Saint Augustine Record.I ,
".' who pays the bills and all that ; I 10'
comes out of the wad the poor fellow' asked her if,she rolled' them; .
h..' been saving up for some little I'I'if She said Pl1l"naver tel!!J. .. . : : '
..tM..! Yaeeur'. Then she jumped quickly in the car- . '< : . ,
I /,,, .1"\1\; . ,
full well. '
; And now I know' 5QOO'OO : v '
. 'tf. Getting Back: RightI # Capital ; .: ?. : : ,;, ; ,:.- ,: ..':.
. notice that papers are dropping Mixed On.Direction: ,. .
. i in their mentions .- : :y.': l. M S ,.18r ..
}. one'foolish expression Says the home. _demonstration .. 4 +' ._.
.. _:
- --- ..
I! of weddings. :The Zolfo SpringsWjpiald : agent for DeSoto county: -- 1'119 n :;Y .
j. says: '"The brida entered with I asked one girl a few :'- : 1 .
. ::7 hljfather-by whom she was 'given days ago if she had some of I '_> :< :> ; > '
,I'IID' marriage." The Kissimmee Ga- the pretty canned things for ., .. . : .:
eette says: "The bride was given by display and she said, "whywe've :
0' her brother.", It used to be, yon eaten them all ." ,'''';'. ,'s ;, ; .1."
know"that.. the papers would declare: Merely as a suggestion I'd like to ,:
J, ''"The bride entered 'upon-the-arm of call the attention of that agent to The Utmost Care to Safeguard'ts. Patrons.t: 41..
: hersfalbeT***.-.thereby: throwing out the fact that one' doe an' eat things : .
lit' )9cl>aganda that the old man was an "up"-except: In the case -of an aviator 1 ,' it" '. <"; .' > '
a .
: .I, : ,
;S_. athlete of the fiandow taking a lunch enroute-the old- f.
ff'; that the bride was a featherweight fashioned way. of eating them down .Is Exercised -- -- -0-- -- -,' ". y :;:' '
', diminutive. Awful silly and sense- not having yet been Improved upon.I : i" ': ,' ;,' :;:.. ,, ::' '.

-"r--tJ.I... ,Won't'". you...think....... ..? I thank- -,-'his -... -thank- you.. *--*- -*. . - ------ .-.5- t ; r" d \ ; ':,;:--" ./" <" ..\' ,,,:1'f ".\, . 1.

Is Actually Serious t Probably Didn't Mean. It .' -. . r .' -,:. ', "' ".';':.' ../ .'.'..'' : '
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1 ,'My. i advice to all towns and cities An advertiser in the Live Oak ( .4. ". . .', ,\,;' 'i '.' '7"r.', : "y" 'jf..,&.. .
t the chautauqna agent seeks Citizen :: "Visitors to our. city .. ,,., ,, .. .. : ,
.tfflhpr* says .. : ". -: ;' .00 'i<<.t! "i ;.. \.. ' 4i. .C 1
'< their sir the fair week to use our .. '. .... ... .
itch separate citizens from during are '. t, ',1.1. a" f' '
1 .
I. .) \. ,
their home." " "- the store would own "
the "
leon 'Let man or wom- as they J .
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and the Cit ,. .- .r.,"} : Ii'. ; "I. 't.\T.... ; :I, cli: ,: .. _
,&flL.the folks generally send a That's sheer nonsense- 4 )" '<," '" 'iJ > ..' '11'' '\>iT" -, .. , _
sweet, darling, yamplsh sort of a beD-man'should have spoken to the ':\ : 'J 'oi .,. , ':"'. ',,, ,*- 4. ', S ;
female to propose the propagandaand advertiser about it. How would it :'. :. ; I "' .1.( J""i\ ..'.. :'1'7 ''''' .' .. ; .' ;
secure the suckers) talk as long look for a man to go in the place; : : .:. '..
I t: ..he or she .illhea-merel to'gettMsVstuff slam' the door, pull up a rocking- ,. .- Ii,1, : ; : .' ,i', i
f' off''his or her system-and chair; take off his shoes, yell for one R. E.ORABEL: ,'President ,,' R...C.WOODBERY.Vice: President r
//I' then'' say in 'a sort; of''a tired. and of":the.clerks to "hurry up with{ the ": ,., ,'.. ,,' ,, " .' .. .'..1
.,;please-get-away, sweet'voice: : i"Vell, slippers," scratch -.match. on .the : ," '/ :'J.M.. WILLSON'Cashler'i, < " ' there's nothing I doing., If .your .show wall lightup .his old.pipe thate had ' ; : : '
_for it ii not a, real'eh&utauq 1 been coloringsince, 'the Snwannee ." ,' : '. -- ''"' : -:1\: : : ; : : "
.. is it is let it,come herd' rlnr". dug, -take 'an. old newspaperto : : : .r"'
..; all-you say , : "was : . ; "
i. . . ,,' ,, ;
-other show. the II. y
just the same as an and cnspldorewasn't : , .. 1"'. .. .
.,,Pays j";; your !license I fee. Advertise handy then'grumble because .. - ,J,' '.r. .
t"good. Be real sports. Your the next meal wasn't; ready o. D.R.D : wui..S9.N 13.GRABBII;
;Ilia of "utter.nee is excellent,' and if the, Minute because the wife had .< ::1 . < a 't,
green as you wish I were I'd walked four extra blocks: to get three -"S .. :R. C..,WOODBERYIkil&ifei: R. &.MINICK ,' 1 ,k
sa -I'd. be a'.guarantor. However at packages of crackers fort Hewhenshereally ,; ' ..
I'll, is that ,wanted but.. fie? -ti' V -v v : ; '
'tlme. all ;guarantee . .. ;4!,
jarmntee .that'.111 not guarantee Yassnm; how'd the proprlsor.lies '
ling buy, one ticket. such stuff Yet that's what his .invitation -' ..-- .- . .. : \ .. -.", .,

1 .. V' youl". .' Quick. .... curtain. I say's.,. II4 - ,f.; ... .......- : .' ,. . -' -., ,.., ,
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WITH a sentiment to characteristic of Tampa--a feeling which eemito ( !
: P.biuhd Every Friday ....." lIni.enalbelief in future prosperity which' hat been to'strong *' factorin j Now i is}(lie Time! : ISARMAMEIII( .

By Kisimme Valley Gazette Company, Kitstounee, Florida '" '? making ,thai city what it it today the Tampa Hardware Company'. 1 .
a W. B. Harris, President 5. G. Van' Agnew, Secretary -- ."Achievement Edition" of the Tampa Sunday Tribune was masterpiece j to put ;in order your '

'' W. L. Thonulrke, Editor of mechanical I skill and proved to be the largest advertisement forone irtstitution Let us observe this day in, < .

?*t> Subscription Rates ,,ever published ,in any periodical in the world! This assertion may' earnest prayer that It may be .' '. .. .J

One Copy, On*' 'Y ear...-._..,......___......:.....___..........____$200( seem exaggerated-yet it.i.. it a fact. Firms in some of the greatest cities in CHRISTMAS'I mn I the beginning of a*new era in. ,; ; '
On Copy, Six Months.:..__._....._.,__........_..-_,.--.........<..... 1.00 America have sometimes carried advertisements covering four pages; in : which there will be 'no ,more < .,.'"
r, On'' Copy' Three Monthi.....................!..................... .b0 1893 .large house ,in Chicago carried eight pages in, the Chicago Record- wars 'or' strife one' ,with anothL, ,
Herald; sixteen' have later been: 'Veached by some' of the firm in metropolitan I I I :MI
Rntorvd at tho Poatofflee at Kl..lmtn... Florld.cond"cltu', i mitt., rtAll r.age. DONT LET YOUR BOY 'BE, er and the nations of the ; | .
there have late .
; been ,occasional instances in years -earth ,will become one great,
J ,,communications 1, except mlaneA from by our the authorised writer. 'correspondents, must t>t where, twentyour" have, been used by ,some progressive firm; but I it THE., BOY WITHOUT A BIKE I.I Brotherhood n>f Man.We \ ; ;.
t Rejected, matter: wljl not b. r turn. .. Dattetlel'and ; make an announcement,which it deemed was its growth recharge .
Just drop in and pick out ....1 '
Vulcanize Tires.McNBLUJROTHERS ,
{ THE MERIICANPRES5AS30CIATION.t of business and (he still greater growth which was in prospect. Tampa is to : your bike at'the shop of t a\
T 't be congratulated that it has no progressive, a lirm-as wells because it has '.

: FRJ AY, NOVEMBER 11, 19z a. newspaper the Tribune, able .to deliver the good*-no" matter how exact- : J. W. WY'NN. [ -- "{
_.,_ _, .___ __, ing the demand. "- :
ARMISTICE" DAY ,. 105 Broadway Kistimmee < > oath Imut MkltllR IIMK '
** MMBHMM- .,. ......u o t Of.. 0 44>4>+*e-< .
'r' ONE: hundred million people in America today will revert in memory WHEN an advertiser from the outside went after the 'business men of ; : 5S'v :

lo a like date three yean ago. : Lakeland to place advertisements on a menu he was about to foist on some ,>Ii IiHoOoOHoo.O
One hundred million voices on that memorable morning when the glad restaurant he expected to "roll' 'em up" in fine shape. But the merchantswere ">a oaa>o "' O'OOO.40000M+-O. t4 '
tidings;} flashed under 'ocean and across continents and into every city and, on him. They forced him to' back up go, to the Chamber of Com- \.

.... ... .town and village that ,the roar oLinuakctxyJiat ceatej and the_smoke of mrrre for an Hment-which--11e-1iid.n't get.1 and -played.- o-much'hoir GRAYSTONEHOTEL
battle was no more, shouted: with joy; millions of faces which had grown with him that the solicitor left in great disgust. If Kissimmee and other
'pinched and haggard because of the horror that had been suffered and cities will ,but roll 'em, down that way it will keep more money in' the place

because of the possible worse condition that were to come smiled through an) save the merchants from being pestered, to' death by itinerants.. + I
a tears of joy--and praised God that the tense hours and days and weeks DINING ROOM OPEN I IB : ; 1:

',4 Today the anniversary of that day of tears and, cheers is being observed EVERY county and city taking up this proposition form a unit" in saying BHB B BM M IBMWie BVeMie>fllBBI>VIB MB B >KW B B ** MB eMI BM eHB VWMV a I"(j.

5 at it should be-as a national holiday. No proclamation by the that it' doet. The counties which have ordered these papers tent out for a :'J
'P 'president was needed to announce such a day of general rejoicement; it stated term and where the papers have actually been tent-and these The Graystone management has secured the,, I" i UI"

C4 "" 'cameras" simple; 'natural'and national result- the American points can be proven but in two ways: presenting a sworn list of addresses services of a Spanish. chef for ,the_ winter sea' -1it
Legion. It it a day wherein )by right should be offered prayers to the Deity and presenting the postoffice receipts: for the added weight each week dur- -
.) in commemoration of the event which drove degredation into dismal depths ing the continuance of the contract)-have felt the added impetus which ion, and plant to maintain the diningroomin S y It :ji

and placed a smile upon features worn by wearisome worry.. It should not I such publicity gives. ., 1 :
I the highest approval
a manner to ,merit <
'rr' be classed as' a ''holiday"-but as a holyday; and succeeding anniversaries In Umatilla. Lake ,county the proper officials of the city signed a contract ' i L.
rw of this must and will be held in greater esteem at the years pass. for the circulation of two hundred and fifty copies of each issue. The ,:s'
paper is young lett than two months of age---and it really of too tender v

w SHALL THE DAILY. OR WEEKLY PRESS BE CENSORED? an age to Jbe censored by_..thecounty: commissioners; but, the effects_ of this THE TOURIST THE COMMERCIAL MAN t;
T OF ,
publicity hat already been felt! i
.t KISSIMMEE it not the only place where there has been an attempt to Here it what the Exponent has to say: and I ; v

muzzle the press. Certainly not. Chicago a city of considerable size and There in this who
are tome people county are' against i,
a s importance, recently attempted the trick and then went on to bring suit thing that will tend toward advancement. People who use the any-expression THE HOME AND FAMILY MAN '

claiming enormous monetary" damages because a very prominent daily paper "what's the use?" These imagine all a man has to do on ,
had seen fit to tell the truth about the financial condition of the city! opening a store or other business, it imply open the door and will find! the Cray.tone--both as to rooms and .' I \
M ( I
v t The paper had no hesitation in boldly publishing fact which struck a hard success is a..urcd-and should that merchant advertise this same 1: "
',A blow to the politicians regarding the point that the city was overbonded, that person will call and say "what's the use in advertising? Its money dining service-always catering to their demands : 1.,!' I;'
y I the present indebtedness was -all the people could stand that any additionalr. "
thrown away? People of this kind should be tagged "Calamity and reasonable.
--- at prices
r. bonds would .be issued only because the grafters so desired and much more Jones." or tome other appropriate name. : 'i

Vof the same stuff, One month ago the council ordered that 250 copies of this pa- (' Ii ,oij
In order to cover up some of their schemes some of the "regular poli- per be. mailed throughout the north. These copies have been mailed Th.
ticians'* caused the' city to file suit for ten million dollars' damages > 4 t 1IoJ'
out. The Exponent hat carried an advertisement for the sale
k 4i "because:the creditof.the city-had been attacked." ..And.why.hould it.not of the electric": light and ice plant and water work In answer to Graystone is 'a Kissimmee Hotel rQOINQ
:h be attacked if the assault should be the mean awakening the taspayen.the these advertisements Mayor Dent has been receiving letters from 11

ordinary' men the working class, to the conditions-and cause a shiver every section of the north asking for information in regard to the
: of feu slide and down the b.cks'of'lhose'' who had been the -- .tf'
to : up bossing utilities. Their inquiries come from individuals and firms that are"way ,
tire and funds for their which -- "
city accumulating personal aggrandizement! up." *" '
t should, have been used in -the legitimate) way? In those 'same,issue. of the.Exponent are 'real estate ads. Last r .
r r .When the suit wa brought The Gazette said without, delay that \\he attempt Saturday one of the real estate men showed two l letters,' one from : ; TO TAMPA!
to throttle the ,wat one of the most absurd ventures ever chronicled : n
r press Massachusetts and one from Arkansas in which the writers said
The 'Banana Truck" win make trips each Sunday, i
to.tuppreti news and truth ,Over the entire country other papers. they had noticed hit ad in the Exponent and were interested and : Tuesday, and Thursday.: Will haul freight or passeng'a" I 10.. ,i iU.
r 'great and small echoed the tame sentiments in still more emphatic terms. wanted to know what he had to offer. : ers to Tampa, or any point along route at seasonable ,
I(Commonsense indicated that no court could uphold for one moment the cha.r- prices on those days: for partkiiama.., .. ,
It might be cited, parenthetically., that when copies; .of The Gazette were : x
: ges'made by the plaintiff city-for it would create a precedent for so vast : .1
in'amount of evil that the entire aggregation of states.'would become but the 'sent at .sample subscriptions -. those ordered and paid for by the county : '
m commissioners there Will by far a greater number of inquiries regarding 1108 Mabbette Street KISSIMMEE "" :
plaything' forvthe> : unprincipled: the rascals and the thieve acting as officials. : ..
t 'The 'wickedest"dayt of ancient Rome would appear by comparison at an various matter received by the Chamber of Commerce than at the present ...... .. ". .,..O... .. O. . .,.. ..... . .... . . tf'"
y r informal prayer-meeting, when, stacked up against what would be bound, to time It it but fair to presume, also. that the tame condition'e1 sted in Sajnt "0' '1
: Cloud when 'The Gazette wat widely circulated. _
.: .come Judge if the-H.suit M.-Fuller had been ofKthe won by circuit Chicago.court'of''Cook'county' Illinois, ,j in It teem a bit strange that when a little city of the size of Umatilla o o.oo ... ..........o..oooo..... ... .oo.., .. ..

\ ... throwing the cater: out of court lost opportunity to score those by whom determines to advertise ,to the world ill excellence that the county of Os-
.vlhe'tuit instigated' In portion of hit decision he said ceola. just now coming cleaner and better than ever, should be dilatory in
J' '<, one : .
: Ji
"" action and pugnacious in determination regarding the tame tort of publi- -RJALESTA: tl[:
I''t'"'" The action i t. nation harmony with the genius, spirit and object, f., city. The press of, the date is strong in its assertion that no better-conduct:
f!' ( '! :;; of our institution. It fit*.rather with the genius. the rulers,who ; '> ed weekly i..uel.out of Florida, than The Kissimmee Valley Gazette. '
.,''' : ; ,conceivedjthe.Iaw.\ in the purity' for love of justice but in the, .
',' lustful) passion for undisturbed power. It will therefore be unneceeI TEMPERING: THE FINE'' OF THE 'PULLED[ SPEEDER OF= ALL KINDS "

sary to consider the other question involved. ,Stripped of all elaborate ,
'WHEN it comet right down to the matter of dollars and tense County
the' fact remain that if this action is maintainable
: argument -
Judge Morse of Titusvtlle. has won more renown through his decision ina
j then the public officials have in their sine of the most
power where autoitt was-arrested for speeding at rate faster than the
case an a List Your :
,; effective instrument with which to intimidate the press and silence Property With Me
l law permits than any judge in the'state along the automobile line.
+ their enemies. It i is be the
held head of
} a weapon to over every-
I In hit decision when he released the man Jude Morse said:
one who print or dare to say a word against or unfavorable to -000- "
F the in I will discharge any autoist brought into my court charged
men power. with excessive speeding if the driver convince the he
can was
The honest official seldom fears xriticism. He
answers argument -
by and in does he law. . not driving in a careless or reckless manner. H. Stanley Bullock
g: argument extreme cases resort to the '
The press of the state is admiring man who has the temerity to .
It it not the sanctioning of falsehood; it is the protection of the rightto ,
make such assertion--because they know the decision was just
an a one. I
tell the truth the exercise of which would become haz-
_right very In various counties in Florida the rate allowed varies to greatly that it .is Office Old State Bank Building'
.ardout if action such a* this could be maintained For fear of telling .
impossible for. stranger to keep all of them in mind. He teer a clear ::So
? an occasional' falsehood accidentally men would refrain from stretch of highway ahead, no approaching cart no one on the'road, and he : ..
y, telling the truth. Fortunately while the good the press can do i if .
"steps on it. He uses care-for he knows the error of a meant a '
t unafraid i without limit the harm it do has ill limitations.
can own
for weeks perhaps the for indefinite period. In
hospital -or cemetery
The above from the pen of Judge Fisher will bear re-reading. It that.
congested districts he realizes should maintain the rate allowed bylaw

'.appeal to every fairminded citizen. He plainly says that the press can doan he would be driving recklessly. The driver who does not sound a hornat '
unlimited amount of good .and adds that the harm it can do "has its own a dangerous curve no matter how slowly he may be, going it. "driving .I
l', ra (li limitation.-two assertions which every newspaperman will cheerfully admit. recklessly" and should be arrested and fined or punished severely. Thatis 'OSCEOLA HARDWARE COM'YWe ,
t No real editor will .allow personalties to swerve him from rendering fairplay. conceded--even by the guilty. It it not the speed that lulls-it is the

k':0 Personal ,friends or foes are all alike when ,it comes to giving the.newt writing recklessness.There ,
?- _- the records of the good or denouncing the doings of the dangerous Every are roads leading in several directions from Kissimmee wherea newspaperman strives to ay only that which i i. true; to seek to better speed of forty miles it perfectly safe under certain conditions, and every ?t
y conditions; to aim at official who would not hesitate to prostitute their oath officer should take these conditions in mind before making an arrest. Thereare Have An Excellent Stock

"S* .,4of;office for personal aggrandizement. Having set for himself that standard cettain conditions where half the speed limit allowed it dangerous. ef:
:/ he would prove failure if the court should allow themselves to be man- Clear roads for an extended distance, with no by-roads leading iato them of Gum and' Ammunition. All sizes of shot from. heaviest .'

.i 4. ,handled by a group of the unprincipled and declare that any self-created censor are safe at almost any speed; but there are-cases where even a very slow ;: .
rw. should have full .' Buck to mustard seed size for small birds. t
sway regarding the publication of factt. rate of progress have an element of danger.

I, It might be well' right here. to"once more peruse the extract from Judge And for these reasons,the press of the state, whether the editor does or ,
+ '1s Fisher:* decision. "< does hot own an;auto strongly endorse the sentiments of the Titusville judge oOo :
-which i is the first, expession. of tense in this direction ever a county

,. Seen Our Gun Case ?
.kl _t Lately '
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"'''S':V*:'i'If,:f :WHETHER' the charges made: by Senator Tom Watson, of Georgia a.J. '
; ,shall be be' found after INTO KISSIMMEEBUT Rates can he instantly reckoned '. full of Shot Gun and Rifles. Remember that the
$ an impartial investigation, to be fully justified the WILL CONDUCT FARM once the zone is located- and this is :
b< i. fact will remain that there, wa to much semblance, of truth about them the method he has established to ascertain morning of the 21st the fun begins. Come ,in and let I (
I ':: .,. that thousand, hundreds of thousands, millions, will believe he was justified A. T. French: has become taken up the various costs:
,. I; .. ,: 'f in them. It in instances Zone 1-Add 4 to the weight of js fit you out for a week's hunting and fishing. ,, ., :
\"' ; making maybe tome he has been mistaken with the work of the co-operative ., .., ,.....N> "":'
:.f j ,i<,in otherea.; .* he hat been misled by statements'in all sincerity but exchange, which he i I. conducting in the fraction parcel of l in pound pounds, except, omitting when the the
....' r '>hich: ''had,,'been exaggerated: before the whole story reached the senator such .an admirable manner that he fraction is in excess of one-half. ,
.-" 'making the attack but it may beset down at a truth that in every' work found on it his impossible farm-and to carry hat engagedJ. on" the pound then take the next highest

:lion"Senator:fctftOB has' made he ,ha been fully! convinced that he .has P. Hobbs to superintend the work weight..
R '' told, the ;truth*, "'so* there. Mr.. French has removed' tojslmmee Zone 2-Same as Zone 1. Furniture
-t No 'nan-who it over-zealous carr always refrain' from making' [a mis- // and established his homeat Zone two and Multiply add four.-weight ,of parcelby .

', .1 :;fstatement. 'His' very" 'fervency .will cause him to believe I many thing*:,which with 215 hie Main mother street, Mr where*> E. T.h. French resides, ZoneMuitip1y weight- of parcelby . Furniture .in large quantity, is i now o. our tales-floor with

.t come, to hint ,from wcll-men, oS'men-yet those men may" fail him "at'the and hit-sister' Mi*>', Sarah French- four and add five. .
'crucial moment.:, .,Thu... may.,it be slid ,without any desire' to apologize ,for the. Utter befog connected with) :',the Zone ,HnUiply weight'-of parcel much more bought and on the road Examine our. goods f '

the"many accusations he ha'that Jn' tome' thing be' may be.i in'error. city- schools- by Zone six and Multiply add two.weight. of parcelby and you will find that we've. anticipated your wants. and

la':fact already one of hi. assertions hat been demonstrated be ,in'.error.'At" FLORIDA" MAN INVENTS ten and add one. supply quickly. t
] the;;ame time,',despite I any inaccuracy he may have ,made there: is sof SIMPLE COMPUTATION Zone 8-Multiply'weight of. parcel can you
strong semblance of truth'in his assertion that only a most rigid and non- by twelve.' .a<
>artian '! investigatibn ,will fettle; 'the matter, and satisfy the nation. ,The;'diffieahr 'ON PARCEL' POST' RATES ,To. find charges covering parcelsdestined -000- '-'- ,. ..

will be' to secure J such T. an investigation. z ,, :,' H. E: Hooks:retiring postmaster 'as for to Zone foreign 8. countries' multiply r,-
'IlseGeorgia'senator't i ha*',:tome' trait whichre! ,er'objectionaM.. to at the little town of Clermont has -c
the. average' man:',but;none ,will deny his', excellence as a ,writer ,of ,truth received from the federal ,department, City(:"Tax1 Book* are now;" open. OSCEOLA HARDWARE COM'Y

,ir and a.speaker'yf: '' #,great; ..,.." ';.}. Alia that he i* ,ttirrina'tipvcongreifa: itwar'it ".I commendation--computing upon. the his..rate plan on,forvrap-,parcel' ments Five percent madejn will be allowed/. ".for".R.'pay GJI.. . . -

Kas r, ,not .beea'.uried1or..r; ,. ; ;aD'atcepted"IIcL:, ,, ,' ;.t, package ,for, the..,,several cone. bert, City' Tax, Collector. -- e It' _
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: If suffering from rheumatism. try See 'Staftfo '. while the,' pat sale i
" Neld' Baths. 40-tfo ispn. ,fit "
[ ITEMS, OF A WEEK If suffering, from any sort;,of aria Older ycur hand-tied Mexican
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diseases'try NeMVi Baths. shawl for Christmas .before it is too
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I i I.i iit; At'- Stanford'. great. sale''' aU shoes Mrs.. Lenora Cowger, of 315 Brack the late.Peoples Seethe fo, and beautiful lOc, Store.sample at x r

W:, are being disposed' of nt wonderful' week street,at, spent Saint.the Cloud.latter,where part'she of ,was the Arrangements,. have been made by HERE AGAIN! i
reductions.' It
the demonstration Leo
guest of her son and his family. county agent,
L We are '..criticln' greatly on our, H. Wilson, by which farmers, truckers
men's low shoes. l't Clay Stan(ord. H. D. Kemp, of 'Perry.. New York, : fruit-growers, and all classes
". 'It i Is,making his.'horn for the winter I'using ''commercial fertilizer 'may A fall stock of Butr Brown Hot' retseitblc price for tLit high,, grade boat of *

; Mrs. FI; W. Hill and 'Mr.. Madeline at Mrs Oakley Frank Grove A. Pierce{Farm-Mr.being old-time. and ,save some money and perhaps- some kaewn ,ulit,.. It i b our aim to 'sell'TO* merchandise logic U 'quality sad low !bi ,mi., r
vexatious delays by having fer-
')U. Buckley of Narcoossee; and fr1endnd la with. any
Mr. Pierce in
{ tilizer suspected to be true to
Fred Hill, of New York where trans. not .
the line of painting. '
jar", 1' acting business, in Klsslramee 01'Honday. \ name analyzed and** report made. WOMEN'S BUSTER BROWN ._ WOMEN'S 'BUSTER'BROWN
. Take Tanlnc and eat three square Mr. Wilson has received a communication .
, .", meals a day Central, Drug; ;; 'Store.! from R. E. Rose, state chemist d Y
Come and et'your fitted by f
i f[ in which the Silk Hose $1.00 Silk Hose $1.25
'Tax .the co-operation
City Books are' now open. of. '
;". ,the 'old reliable' shoe) house. ,H, 'C. Five percent will be!allowed for' pav., State official 'is. offered in 'all casesof ,
Stanford '
J"' .Company. 'It' ments made l in >November J. R.. Gilbert .' this sort-the idea,, being to pro-* Colors: white, black,' and cordovan.:> A In this' $1.25 hoe we have'' both the fancy
lt-, A-l dry'wood at-KleeimmeeWoo vent' swindlers. from .
City Tax.Collector.: furnishing an *' -
value. 'and
: 'plain. I
*- ard.
Pbone'.26r' inferior of
1- Attorney Pat "Johnston waa.called : grade fertilizer. '
The Presbyterian Ladies'- Aid So- to Orlando on Monday t. be, on hand .'JVIrs., Marlon B. Carson, ''who' Dar ' I
ciety' planning an all-day apron when the civil docket was sounded In been' expected hy her many, friends WOMEN'S ';BUSTER BROWN -""- WOMEN'S' BUSTER-BROWN
... Viand cqoked food sale on Saturday, the circuit court on. that day. lie is'to leave'with her children for Texas, '
,. ;November 19. at 'the Chapter House Interested two eas.. :at that term, 'I there to join her husband,' has made Silk Hose $1.50 Silk Hose $2.00 ;
Luncheons will be served. of court. < .1 arrangements to remain in Kissim ; 'I Y
Bad debts collected: or no pay. Results What is the number ofthe j mee through the winter'c and will : '
< phone -This i iancytripe; hole that you Plain Color Black white cordovan.
guaranteed. J. M. Willson. district Dixie Electric Shop? Number 68 rot remove to her' new Texas home a pretty *: ,, ;. ,
'manager.. 15-tfc -the same as before. It I until the weather shall be more-suit.- will like. Fancy Colon] Black white, .COn! VlD. 'I
-0ycpmmnn, avar {"y ilia of man I able. 1
I -nm-onco more Jelateclatmhome
, e, kind there is nothing to equal Tsn-.. ,' No., 4 Brack street, and am- J. J. Tucker as'ravored The ua- BUStER1 BROWN-' - .
rette -
lac. Central "Drug Store. I office
ready to rename my work at hem with a liberal quantityof "Bear Brandf'W
Mr. and Mrs.- Frank A. Pierce; of stitching. My former patrons 'will pecans from his orchard. These Fiber Silk '
Hose 50c
'1, '..1 Oakley Grove Farm on Sunday carried And their orders filled with the usual are of good size and of excellent '
:!7 some friends on a sight-seeing" promptness. 'Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck. x Quality. .nd.are. .a product of which .1it* for toy'"and girls.< Close. woven.,

auto-trip, visiting Orlando. :The J. W. Wynn' already commenc-j i I Mr.,proud. He __..Onyx_72..p.inLi this Erice....- BUck!- !L and---- SOC
." k KueVJ were II. Claffey and Miss In? his advertising for orders for'"Christmas '(quoted as being an enthusiast as re- b'-n y1 :'Each, c'
gards the .,
; pecan industry, and
>' Johnson. bikes." this he endorses
By means
Wanted Copying! stenographicwork. "bicycles," but he is In too much of' most thoroughly the propa. ,
Jessie D. Klelnman. Phone I ganda The Gazette is putting,: out regarding
a hurry spell out the.word. Still. Silk Pongee
253, State: Bank, -building. 42-tf all a large of these .SPE'CI'A"L.Ribbons
..-.---- it goes._ i nuts. "That Is .cre.f. the things! 'A ,
Tor 'R ftt-Nicely 'furnished---flat- -Boy.mlxedwool-school pantvapes which will be the making of Osceola ) tanFOR' 'I

with fireplace:'the rooms and bath. six to fifteen years, as long as sup county," says; Mr. Tucker. Waists ', . Cortieella.'Ribbons, *-
W. B. Harris, Gasetto office. 44-tf ply lasts on Saturday only, 79c. The : When you havy tectrie thoughts"think cy- 'I tr
<>v J.: J. England, who bought the Peoples 5 and lOc Store, Kiseimmee "Dixie
." : Electric>! Shop" wherewe '
Vl) Winn property on Orlando avenue, Florida. x I have everything electrical.: Then $ .98. SATURDAY and MONDAY 'Rugs ;': ''I Mfcls
south, has returned from a summer R. DeWitt Brown,leader of the : come to the shop, No. 10 Darlington w
, spent 'in his old home in Michigan, band at Gainsville 'University which. avenue, and tell your wants. It Three pretty styles'! for you 87x54; A Bargain I :; ,
and announces that he is extremely accompanied the football rooters to i There had been to choose from. "r . .
pleased simmee. at* once more being in Kis Tampa where a game -vas on last I 1 his evening\ at the planned Christian a meeting churoh One whole case of Boys' and ...-'.....' ...'... .$1.10 '

Saturday, stopped im-KfBBimmee, his1''to take steps to form a choral society Girls' Hose, made by Buster '
Wanted To exchange one slightly former homg both going and com- but because that this is holiday Imported : '
used Ford touring car body fore Ingv spending Sunday here with !his i.many' and a large number of people a will Brown Hosiery Mills. Site Women'saspls'' 'Par-. ,l

' one less used Ford roadster body. pld-time friends. be'.out of the the has S'"lk' Pongee .. .
l city meeting 7 to 9" : "
:JK I. P. Timmons. 44-tfc
Notice: Pay your Ctty Licenses, : ben postponed to a date which will '
City Tax Books are now open. and avoid penalties. All licenses due later be announced. The regular Pair ; ,
Five, percent will be allowed for pay October 1. J.- R. Gilbert, City Tax'I community sing which take place $ cy
. menta made in November. J. R. Gil- Collector. j,( Sunday afternoon at four o'clock will 1.2. 15c = ... latest' stye] ::$3J5danA. : .;$S5.,

.bert, City Tax Collector. Notice: Pay your City Licenses, be held at the Methodist church-: : Some'new*" ones'th .'very
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,... Mrs, F. E. Faulkner, whose husband and avoid penalties All licenses due and !afl singer are,, invited to be I v v .I .' I
: was formerly principal of the October 1. J. R. Gilbert, City Tax present :
" schools of plant City, arrived in Kiss Collector. See the beautiful hand-tied Mexican l"ry it
Bed l Curtain
' &: simmmee on Tuesday, and is guest Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Brookman, who :I 'shawl the one that took the first Yard'I Scrim .;4 ,,< js: w''n
JJW for an indeftnate period at the home have been making their home for the' prize at theO Orlando fair Jast'spring FELT A large stock for"; .f from.V. '
'ff ,J
- of her parents-Mr., and .Mrs.. Stephen past eight.months at_ the residence:]}rand' for_'duplicates '/1. ; I y : !< -
A. Bogue, at 2.19 Mabbette street. of Mr. and Mrs. W. ,H. Swain, 22't as Christmas gifts. 'Shown at FELT .1e..lI;25e...,30e.3t, .cl"-4O /

'i City Tax Books are now open. Beaumont avenue, north, left on the People's 5c and lOc Store, KIs- Soft { A'Choice Seltctiea for Yew Lupectiesi
!,,, ,. Five percent will be allowed for'pay-I Tuesday for Jackeqnvlllei where Mr. ;'I simmee. x ,. . ,".
, ments made in November."J. R. GI1.j Brookman ned. for an i The report that the Manhattan c-
,bert. City Tax Collector. operation. I I Fish. Market had! been closed has
Sel the 'beaaUfuf,1t n4f.ti.d Mexican Dr. Wlhn's office' is In' the postof-! caused the management' some Inconvenience x&
...'T. shawl the one that took the first flee building. Hours- 1:80 to 3:80.. "to fully explain why the LYLES V. STORY qQY1 }
..J ,prize at the Orlando fair last spring ,Phone 97. Residence( phone 122 place was locked several-days.- The .,. :
.'. -and then place orders for dopli-, Saint Cloud. 48tf trouble 'waa due to the difficulty in ,
't' fl sates .s Christmas gifts. Shown at I I For Sale: Good banjo and case, securing the supply; of oysters and Dry Goods Shoes Clothing f Furnishings lt. KISSIMMtE
;.'. the People's 6c and lOc Store, Kis $15.60; also scales-will weigh up to fish.' Mr. Lancaster now assures thepublic I.I.BROADWAY / A : '\,
. ',, simmee. x that better arrangements have 't
260. pounds. Apply 113. Main street.
"I'' ,, .
-I.. 48-ltx been 'perfected/ regards, .his supply it x t'0';, r.' -. rir'e" 'y1
and that henceforth he ,will ; : "
Harry W. McVay, who spent last ,: car-
I Illea.on 'I "
'ry an'' excellent stock of all obtainable
In- Klssimmee
expecting to remain and through who was this goods. A fine lot of fish and _- '1' .,..01

.1 Ir season, left on Monday for Tulsa, oysters were received yesterday .. 1 ',

Oklahoma 'called there upon matters move; 'has.., of business of importance. Mr. ? Because- the policy of the the .president, -A. P. Woodard.! A .:: j
: THE STRIPES' ON YOUR UNCLE McVay has-been) an invalid for , SAMMY'S BREECHES HAD number of years, but found he was prices as low, as possible-rather carried out. The roll-call of states 4 .:1
regaining health to 'a considerable"than increase them: and' when. the from Massachusetts ATTENTION' f
showed "present: YOUR
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is raised WE MOVE.
rent It
he called
just as wa. away. .11; Maine, 12i i New Hampshire,
-', STEAD OF UP AND DOWN : Don't blame anybody but yourself LEAVING SON -IMPROVING 6; Connecticut, 6;. Rhode Island, 2;
THERE, NEVER WOULD HAVE if your nights an made miserable Vermont. The next meeting will ,

.*i 1 : -BEEN- ' T ''' by indigestion. You failed to take ..,: RETURNS-TO 'KISSIMMEE be held on Tuesday, J December IS.
Tanlac. Central Store. *
Drug John L:; ,Overstreet, clerk oftthe MAY TRANSFER PLANT i
Armistice Notice: Pay your City- Licenses, ,courts,- arrived in Kissimmeo atfour iTO
;Ii; Day and avoid penalties. A11 licenses due o'clock Monday-having made a hurried KISSIMMEE FROM
,I October 1. J. R. Gilbert{ City Tax SITE '
' trip to Atlanta to see his eon .' JACKSONVILLE : Just Moment Please '
; Collector.An illfor a
1 Murray, who had been slightly" .
h" WHY SEE GEORGE ATTaylor's alarm at 8:55 Saturday evenIng a week but who had taken a turn Dr.- K. D. C. Watson, president of ,:
drew out the entire fire depart- for the worse. Murray was attackedby the Watson-Hall Manufacturing i "
ment to the corner of Broadway and a- bad cold-and there were fears Company, which is at present located : . l '.. ,,' .' '41-
" .. Armistice Special oni Drury. For some time the depart- that it might develop in something at Jacksonville, has removed his .
ment hunted for some signs of fire more serious; but the'.attending" physicians \ ,
November but' to be seen. Backto family to Kissimmee having pur- ,
Thursday 10 & nothing was seemed'-to think that he was .
i the firehouse-and the false making satisfactory progress. With .chased the handsome Rogers property 'r'YOU
Saturday November 12 alarmist should be discovered and that assurance Mr. Overstreet re I at 10:$! Carson avenue, with its THE STORE OF EXCELLENCE :
fined if in intentional error. turned-but will have daily advices home and several lots. Eight memo .

i? OUR STORES CLOSE FRIDAY Will t sacrifice at a bargain my regarding .the condition of his son. I bers of the family came in the car
sawmill outfit all ready for the resident of the .
,; NQVEMBER 11 tion and; in fine'timber section. MissS. city has thereby been increased to- ----- -"7"f': ---,: ,:... .J.-.
E. Harris, Pine Castle, Florida. x NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD that ''extent. The sale of

Wanted: To:exchange one slightly erty, was made by Boyer sit Roberta.
14 Ibs Maine Cobler Potatoes SOc I used Ford? touring car body for Mr. and Mrs. Norman B. .Yarwood, The Watson-Hall Manufacturing NEW AND, SEASONABLE GOODS IN '.
24 lbs Self-Rising Flour._.._98c one less used Ford roadster body.I. who have been visiting in Haines Company .make a large number of ,' f
Fancy Smoked Bacon P. Timmons. 44-tfe with sister preparations-alL from: the formulas -- MANY LINES ARE BEING ,UNLOADED DAILY i ,:
..._..25c City a of Mrs. Yarwood, is - -- -- ", .+- .: -
White House Coffee _____ __35c J. H. Roberts, who has but recently have returned to Saint Cloud. of the president, whe sold a graduate throughout .
phy.ltl.n-whlch are
returned from a week spent in : Born: On Monday, November 7,
12-lb Can Army Bacon2.00 Geonjria, speaks graphically of the : to Mr and Mrs. Clarence E. Hunt. Florida and the adjoining atated.The .
,lA No. 2 Main Pack Sugar conditions found there Things are I singer, a son.Mr. concern is rapidly building up a VEGETABLES? WE' CARRY THE BEST LINE OBTAINABLE ;

a. -Com 8 for I___::1: ______$I.OO. not going welL according to him, in and Mrs. Samuel Buffington, large business the opinion, and Dr.that Watson the plant expresses \ .. ,
the sections where he went and of Paw Paw, Michigan, arrived by : ;.,'
I' in Kissimmee in .
No. 2 Wisconsin Pees 8 for$1.00 there'is bound to be considerable automobile on Tuesday to remain will be'soon located
+ Fancy California Prunes ____15c suffering there, this coming winter. through the winter. order that be may the give affairs.closer In l superintendence such WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF. SATISFIED CUSTOMERS--I M
i Corn is selling for fifty cents bushel Mr. and Mrs. William H. over '
Fancy Evaporated Peaches _.20c a Clapp '
S case there will another payroll WHY NOT YOU7
and the best Irish potatoes may who have been spending the- summer
XJneedVBiscuit: __________ 5c be bought anywhere at forty cents in Ohio, returned to this city on added to the city-and the publicity! ':

tl No. 2 Stringleii Beans ____._15c the bushel Tuesday. gained means'' of by'attracting Kissimmee still will others.NOTICE be. the '\\0 1
1 lib Calumet Baking Powder.22c "' Where has the Dixie Electric : Tbeodore Deschner after a lingering : -

2 Cans Sugar Corn.__._____ZSc t avenue Shop moved-next to To Herzberg's No. 10 Darlington Shoe-Fix- funeral Illness was, died herd on on Monday Thursday, and after the TO THE PUBLIC Everything At Bedrock FiguresGoodman's :

y No. I Tomato Pulp1&j ___-_.____ 5e try \ It noon. Anyone having business with the y .

.& No. I Fruit Safad._____--.30c Edwin W. Davis, of the law .firm, Rev.. G. E. Geumill and daughter, receiver of the Waters & Carson .
.. 4 nd Miss Jennie Moore, from Mill- Grocery Company will, find me on
No. 2yz. Fruit Salad,. ......SOe of Davis ft. Giles, was in Kissimmec '
? : ville. Pennsylvania have arrived to the first floor of the State Bank
Small Log Cabin Syrup_____35c on Mr.Sunday Davis, together mission with'his was to Consult family. spend the.-winter. building prepared to effect any and Grocery: .r'

A Medium Log Cabin Syrup65c: some of the friends of. Miss Lena i- Mrs. Dr-Eiselsteiiwrrived home on all settlements. .
Wednesday from Jeflfcrsontown, 48-tf J. M. DUN Manager. .
Large Log Cabin Syrup1.25 M. T. Clark, accused of the shooting Kentucky, where she called ,
was on
Drained Citron pound __.;___40c of thirteen Fred A. Militimore weeks at his Orlando firm, i account 'of the death of her brother.D. PERMANENT' EXPOSITION J, W..GOODMAN. Proprietor .

Sheperd Fruit Flakes ______.ZSc being some retained for the ago defense.- The on S.brief Walker a to late Saint arrival, is now WILL BE MOST VALUABLE ; ; Broadway 'KI.-niis.. 'sr.....,- ,
a trip Petersburg. .
2 pkgs Oatmeal, any kind-2Se case was to be the first to be considered .. ,
Miss r Ida Rogers, o f Dawson : Jacksonville November. 10The
Tall Milk any kind 2. for2Sc: the by opening the Orange session county of which grand took jury Springs-, Kentucky, arrived this weekto permanent exhibit at the Florida, .. ., ., ._
Small Milk any kind. 4'for25c place spend the winter. state 'fair and exposition, originally .
on Monday. County Superintendent C. R. Yow. oltfnned to include 6nly soil products Y
I ,3 8-lb Pail''. Snowdrift _______$1.25 The demand for Tanlac has broken ell and Walter! Bass, of Kissimmee, has been broadened to cover the entire.field take advantage of this opportunityof and that within I a short'> time it will
8 Ibs Granulated tSugar: all world's record. Over twenty were Saint Cloud visitors on Wed of human activity. 'and commercial securing permanent'advertisingof become a point of compelling: interest , .-' V ,
limited .. million, bottles have been sold since nesday tlThomas ) '''activity .of Florida. for tourist and .
( ) ..... ,50e prospective set--:
--------- it the market six intimate nature in F;
was placed on an
' Summers/ an Ohioan has In other words the establishmentof tiers Itwili be ..made a clearing '
Coats, Spool, i Cotton-Thread* 5c years. ago. Central] Drag Store. arrived for the winter. -permanent' display of agricultural. A building at the fair'' grounds will house for Florida information and n

-, -, ., >' In 'order to, reduce its expenses Mrs. J. O., Courtright and daughter ,. mineral,manufactured and l forest be set aside foP't4p exhibltl' and museums will provide -visual evidence of' the, ,,
:1\ and', thereby'''enable'.' sell 'goods ,;, of San Antonio, were In Saint products is now assured and the permanent .and will made a-center of Industrial and, agricultural resources 1."
"WE SELITHE BEST at .lower price the Dixie Electric Cloud on Tuesday;tolook. over their exhibit' and museum build year-around interest. ,ThIs .will-be, of each county''and, community: .rep-f ,
. WE'SELL IT'-FOR' LESS".: Shop has removed to', Its .ne.loea.; hold in....- i \ ing' at the,fair: grounds, promises to Included in the .Igbt- eelnl"' trips,: of resented., '__ '.' '' c'" ,J.f.,
tion, next:;door ;to' rxbergs. Shoe Mr.. and Mrs. Bryant Coats and become. ai' point: of';unusual interest autonoblles'and busses, and there :'William D.'' Flynni, director of ex\ .:.ahibitsfor'theFlorida
Fixtry. Rents, 'play: ,an important son have returned "after,' being in for local people and-yfsltorl twelve will be no charge for admission! at : t .
: part in the selling-price of goodsand Kentucky for.the"'''past',,, five;month. months in the year: ' _' any' time.V Manufacturers land others ,, stateifair-andr-,
-- the., management of-this' concern They ,were''accompanied by'a brother Particular attention.willvbe'paid''to participating\ In ,i the display will be exposition. Is handling the project .
z4 TETAYEOR3YSTEM felt that a very.attraetive place >of Mr: Coats; Russell Coats, and manufactured products end Florida allowed ''to station their owri" repre, andis, receiving assistance from all-
might be fitted ,where Mhe: high yenta his wife;f from Sterling,.V'Colorado, manufacturers' will be' allowed as sentativeaat'the building, and every parts of' the state. Mr. Flynn, bas' j
would in. no"way.,botber.' For this who expect,to'make their home here. much .space as la'''necessary' for'' the possible co-operation, .will be exten- been vat"work' onthe ; 'for. 'il "
) reason' this' 'materials ed them, -' fair management; som.:tJm e and 'states,.t tDcHea.jrtfOl1l'a.Vlat : -
,: '4--STORES-4 shop"is .claiming .can1 1 I. The' first meeting' the season:of propel' display of the'' they br.the t : : ate
: sell 'geode ,at lower prices than, in the New, England Society'' was held produce' The same appliea' to' ee a- It: is i that' such-museum : It':will M'-e-, :

,citi! _'pberL!: .htgh,3ents_ >!!. a1-' \I Lon Tuesday,* in theupperGrand: .. Ar-l.tie;and;,, communities desiring ;to, will growln, !importance! '' year: "to'y.avlb from'the r.start. ; "... jW ; !:.....
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a. WEAK'.BLoon, IS -W and,' 1. the-Barber assertion, ,county was endorsed assessor by C r \

t I 1 NOTES FROM HEHIGHII" that land one belonging and one-half to that sections company: of,t

,i, 'A ML' BARRIER had been paying spekial! road and
bridge taxes for four years when
Worl4' Fair Will Be Fair Fair for' 'which Ve are working so the land was outside both, districtstwo
hard i t. to be held Saturday evening and three. The'exeeS8 sums the

At last the plane for the Senior ;, December 3, so don't forget. It's company has paid are between $5,000
Children. Often Need Cod..
Carnival are assuming definite form going worth while and we can Growing and $6,000;; to be more precise the
nd .we have progressed so far a'setting safely! promise you 'a good time, Pepto-Manfan amount was placed" at about '6,800with (

1 the date., So Stop! Lookll!! Kiasimmeettes. We know you are I ch'ldr.-w interest
:y !!!. This wonderful World'* public-spirited enough to come out Some' '' too quicklyit The assessor explained the error ",
---- - little their! strength They lapse that it had been his
-- and spend a money to help the< sap by saying un-
High School -besides having a good Into careless, desultory habits,.or develop derstanding that one of the special
Is That Cold and time wo. are'going to give you.' Our a shrinking attitude., Their road and bridge districts Included all
plans are elaborate- and include everything faces In hcd. '"> the area in commissioner> ;, district No.
necessary to make it' a'success 'The blood: becomes overtaxed 4. He therefore had applied that ,
Cough Hanging On? -.both for us and for you. Y6TT' too rapid growth;;' and poisons from special tix.; It was then recited ...-:,

i '' will find many things to give zest to the .system take the place ofstrength- that when they' road and bridge district .
'be I
i YOU will convinced that Dr. your evening's funs jesters, clowns, giving fed corpuscles In the blood. was formed the Consolidated .
ng's New Discovery does just make-charmers, motley-garbed folks Red corpuscles are those little red proposed to fight the project-but
,+ what it 1 Is meant to do--soothe*cough- of all kinds!, charming "Fates of the particles that swim in the blood and consented that if this one and .one-
raw throats, congestiontormented'chests Orient" who predict your future give it its color. Gradually that half sections should be, eliminated 1:
breaks, the loosens obstinate the phlegm cold and pack and without error, and it is ever rumored child loses- interest' l in" fta play.Toor" I' from., the boundaries of the district Are you stepping on the brake (
4 '
grippe EIoo3"( ee3 Js The :
attack relieves the that Beelzebub will be. roaming building that j' there would be' no issue taken. The
t bead. ,No harmful congestion drugs, therefore the around at large. You may 'also visit the iron in Gude's PeptoMangangives land is described as section 28 in or the accelerator? -

J" Food for children as well as rrownupa.Rieht the romantic Orient, and walk downa to weakened blood. Gude's township 82 and 'one-half section 28
away you will notice the street of far-famed Bagdad. You I'epto-Mangan enriches the' blood by in township 33. -The company desired -
change for the better. Hall a con- can't resist coming, can you? 'So, increasing the number of red corpuscles as explained by Mr. Johnston,
vincing.' healing taste that you will Klsiimmee! people, don't forget the ? and restores the blood by to have some of the funds paid )in The food you eat does make a

appreciate. Buy a bottle at any drug- date-December 3-and the purpose > out the poisons. When the Irregularly, to apply to the taxes 'e.body .
guts on the way horn to-night, 60c. -to. help the. High School You have revive blood gets to work, the appetite :which would have to be paid-.and Heavy, starchy foods, often do slow down "r
r always van- us" your heartiest support becomes what[ a growing' ..eommlaalon.rawereaakedto-tor and mind=Oherrstea1-hr -thar-be"-- -' "
4 Dr: Kin.o'g- and waters sure you wonTTail Chlldtr should-be. Tour' has corroborate the findings of error so .
us this time. Gude's Pepto-Mangan in ,liquid or that the books of the collector might longs to the day's work. Grape-Nuts is a'go-

I ''New"' J tablet form. The name "G de s Pep- be kept in proper -shape ahead food. It contains the perfected nourishment '
Discovery n. Freel.e. to-Mangan" is on every. package This action was taken. -
It includes all those
Pbr Colds and Coughs Advertisement.- .of Nature's best grains. . ,.
t The Freshman Class of 1922 organized needed nourish and brain. It '
-- Where no oxen are, the crib is elements to body

1' Lacy People Lazy Bow.... Don't' on Friday, October 14, when ricultural enterprises for Osceola clean, but much increase is by the '. is to digest. It gives energy without taking .
li, the 'following officers were elected: of the Proverbs easy
; neglect constipation. It undermines county looks very promising. Growrs strength ox.- 14,4.
Lucille Gnffin,.president. ""
the health, takes all vim out of. have taken hold of the energy.
!, .you. Dr. King's Pills will invigorate Harry Speir, vice-president. Panning situation a ,new and believe that MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN
the stir the liver the Rebekah Miller, secretary. How about breakfast' or'lunch-does
system up move Osceola county has a bright futurein (Continued from Par One) i your ,
boVels.AJIdruggUts.25c. Eleanor Overstreet, treasurer.
'YV PROMPT! -' 'I'lwo_METT.._evMipg t-hg Freshman the agricultural developments. These donations' are still .being it give, or take? :1(
'spills Class gave a. surprise party at the waited. If anyone gave anything
r. Kin Methodist Bungalow for the teachers Report For October the city has no record of the contribution Grape=Nuts is sweet, crisp, deJi&htful'to fiv"

and principal of the highschool. The Demonstrators in county ------_314 ; if there were any.. of the the taste, and is an ideal] source of' power for a
party was a surprise to all with the Visits 'to demonstrators _uun. 12 solicitors who accomplished -.any financial and'VllrncuU v- '
exception Mrs. Makinson, who had Bulletins distributed nun_.__ 56 gains the names have never busy day.

sst gr unexpected company, so the was unable -I better written -__?--?__--_-- 65 been made public. .
to attend. Delicious sandwiches Articles for papers --_______--_ 6 Month after month passed. The There' a Reason" for GRAPENUTSE.
and punch were served, so everyone Number of hogs innoculated. 10"armors fountain still nestled amid the hay

enjoyed themselves very much. meetings held ---..... 2 --and the "loyal subscriptions awaiting -
the action of the council" failedto
The Freshmen are now preparing '
'' .. ULSIONM.IdcR for Saturday, December 3. The high In a recent publication from the materialize. The impetuous enthusiasm .. "i;
school. has held two bazaars in experiment station at Gainesville which filled the people
vious years, and as both of these bar essential factors were named seeped into forgetfulness and the
have been a success we are sure this that pertain to successful citrus culture memorial still nestled. The freight A. MARTIN SEED COMPANYOLDEST
one will be, also. namely: was paid else'the fountain would
1-Proper fertilization. would have never been turned over '
'Rusty nail wounds, festering ores, Judicious pruning. to the city; but there Was still a bill FLORIDA "
burns and scalds heal rapidly when 3-Proper cultivation. to be paid for the object which was SEED POTATOES
r tae.n+ss"c Liquid Borozone is applied. It is Systematic spraying.At expected to be "beautiful." Spaulding Number 4 Rome, Early Rod.. BUM Triumph and Irish Cobbirr ,'.
both antiseptic and nealiir.' Price, this season of the year the At the last meeting of the council Jt\
We are now ready to quote contract price for December and January 1
: 30c. 60c, and $1.20. Sold l hy J. Z. Kberson. citrus grower should give his attention there was a bill received from the delivery.Our .' '
fbrlitetiturtand Nna ee to fertilization and cultivation.The makers of the monument-The Rao- Maine a..l"'ted "
Seed rotator are the frown
fall application of fertilizer will die Spence Manufacturing Company,"aUtJ': ;&.

--------- -'." - '' not make bearing wood, for_that,has of .Milwaukee-for,$228 net. for-the Advise quantity '&n4Variety you will want.
...... 1 been made,-but will keep up the vitality memorial fountain ordered by the MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS

a POINTERS I and general vigor of the trees city clerk in September, 1919. The Have made good with both the email gardener and farmer and the
AGRICULTURAL through the winter, and enable the present council was somewhat taken ones who plant thousand of
tree to/put on *.heevybloom: InIFed-, back, when the bill was r read -and Plant Your Fall Crop wlth1MautIn Hy-Tet Seed and Insure Ile-
WILSON COUNTY ruary.' A cotmnprcial-V: ertUiztr .,im: then"there '-adlscuasion':;: : of '
H. :
BY U .AGIfSITInthe needed 'at this time that will analyze the matter. That it was here none FALL CATALOGUE ;

early of October citrus low .in ammonia and high in phosphoric could deny, although at the present Martin'. Fall Seed Catalog* now ready.: Writ for It. EveryoneInterested "
part In Florida Kali and Winter should avail themselvesof
acid and potash. Ammonia time there can be found but two sections -
growers were advised the proper Information contained In our descriptive catalog. Supplied FREE )i y
time to for whitefly and scale makes the desired growth, but the of it; that it has never been on request to those who vend In their name promptly Write for
spray must have of erected all well know until IV
l tree large amounts ; and that It today. '
nsects. The whitefly were late
In hatching out, and numbers eggs of the potash and phosphoric acid to make I lit undergoes some dressing-up will E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY
fruit. Potash this be suitable for erection In'the
food at season,
rrowers waited until about the fifteenth will harden she tree and hold the ,. park all well understand-that 202-206 Et Bay Street Phose. 4377-1239 '
of the month before spraying.
i" ,. From later inspections the trees fruit: also enable the tree to"with is, if they have seen it.
-; < stand low temperature with Unearthed and dusted and .
a c.rtain
par- ----- -- ,
ahowed good results from the spray* amount..of ' f cleaned there is ,
OPVDWMAT60 aafety. (Ually seen a heavy
OLD AT 3O. 'ng. .Sooty .mold fungus was cleaned of At the meeting of the Osceola base' which required four men to ...oo..coO..Ot..OtOOto..o........ .o..o. ......
from the leaves, and majority
Growers Co-Operative Association move it from the hay to its present
the larvas destroyed.In
/ -: whitefly Tuesday evening, the growers made I resting-place. When completed it '
; covering the the best 1
. could after the storm county'signs showed as a slogan for the association for promises to stand about nine feet in Rose's Taxi Service
.he'.next few months Hundred height elevation
"Two its
The( choice' largely up., a heavy loss on the citrus crop, as :" precise depend- ,
t Acres of Cucumbers to be the which Is missing
'plantedthis ing upon crown- -
blood,lacks well as considerable damage to the
o yota, If your
;coming spring. Tia true the There are'two special drinklng-
i trees. Seedling trees In some sec
''n4 corpuscles you're have lost, Founts \ sides of the '.
go- tions lost half the while budded growers heavily'on iegg-- upon the'.opposite1 I
!, lag to be fagged and drag'Bed'out trees lost,about 10 crop% of fruit. plants and peppers on account of base, and there are raised wreaths Anywhere-Anytime ,
and that the storm damage, but they are gong and decorations at several points. .
j t : you're going to Eggplant peppers were back stronger than over cultivating The third side bears other wreaths or
'J. lack "ptpto: look sallovrandunhealthy coming set-back in bearing by the' were storm.given The a Os severe pruning and fertilizing, and and emblems while upon the fourth Day Night "

1 to old ceola' Growerts Association n. a short time, the association will side is a plate six inches wide and

tt,, :>. before, 'your timer, grow vegetables had ,shipped when Co-4peratlve one the car storm of limitedthe these- be: shipping were \good in carlots from the again.first Returns car- letters twelve inches the following high carrying' inscription in raised: With or Without Driver Phone 264, Park Hotel I |

shipment, while the shipments during -
OR. MILES' TONIC recent shlppments to express the storm week went in bad,
shipments.. The total shipments of IN MEMORIUM
hough no more could be expected of
( to date Is 500 crates, and
J :actually increases the num- 60 eggplants crates of shipped by the the stcrm; beaten crops. Tuesday I BILLIE MAKINSON
and Wednesday of next week the association -
'gyp!; bar or. red corpuscles: in the association present the growersnot will roll another car, so if OCTOBER 1918-
'i d : : blood. It makes the cheeks In the association are.holding up you desire the advantage of carlot I
the of the not
progress county by shipment over that of bring NAT CARSON I -
Plump and rosy,stilmulates in the shrppments. express
co-operating -
your peppers eggplants on
;. the digestive organs, cre- By all growers pulling together car- those two days. Recent wires fromthe I NOVEMBER r *

: ,- i" ::ates_aJhealthyappeiite and __, Iota can be shipped, making a III1vlngttrthegTOWerofaboutonedolla...-on north.give--steady quotationsoneggplants : F - 1918{ \
phile peppers continue to I !
leads to increased vigor
a r ; every crate. i--- --1 /
;;and Vitality. First bottle 'Ten hogs were innoculated during rise.Call The council is in a quandary. The : 4h

guaranteed to help you or the month by the county agent; six be glad on to your serve county you. agent.. He will council bill was duly and authorized has not been by settle
for the county farm and.four for L. __
..**. 'money,.refunded, J.. Uenning. _. If-your bowels do-not act regularly The promise to collect the) funds by __ J

ASK ,YOUR DRUGGIST Several new settlers have movedin you feel uncomfortable, and the subscriptions has never been kept.
the county the past month), and longer this condition exists the: The entire fountain is not to be
Iv :' farms good found-and' as to whether the crown
are developing their to a worse you feel. To put an end to tht
standard. From my observation, ag- misery, take Herbine. It purifies the, section was received with the balance
c'a------ , of the fountain no one can be
- -- bowels :restores energy and cheerful ,
:Y spirits. Price, 60c.-Sold by J. Z. found who actually" knows. Dominic
i Roberson. e* Rotunda, who is looking after the
quarters where the article has been

I stored, is positive that the third sec-
tion is not to be found-as be has

< Home Demonstration Column searched every nook and'crevice during Moi'ePouIttyPinMon
YALETRESv [ ( his clean-up; consequently the

; : . forwarding company should be askedto

MISS ALBINA SMITH send the balance of the "memor- You can get more eggs and make more I
ial" before the city should make
; : I. : : : ..( settlement -tnoi C by feeding hens more material for 1

,, y Payment-wm have-to be made.for making whites of eggs. No grain feed tortr l
; School Garden the article there is no 'doubt the
.1 t Every pupil in the Lokosee school order was filed in good faith. The thins anything like enough whitemakingmaterial .

''I-' has, a plot of vegetables. Cabbage, fountain ia not "beautiful," but can (proteinAs a result, many yolks are

turnips, kale, and lettuce have been be made very attractive by the removal formed in the hen's body that are never laid.
sown, and among the flowers are of the nameplate and appropriate -
:8,000()( ,:Miles:"Adjustment on fabrics nasturtiums and -pansies.We I I painting. Then it could grace Purina Poultry Chows "

'ar are sending a honey exhibit to any of the park. The foun-
the state fair in Jacksonville. Our I tain rrtlon. for connection with the fed together make more egg because they
t"" 12,000 Miles Adjustment on' Cords !
.. . < ? \v observation beehive and some honey. water system according to those supply the scientific balance of all the elements '
., ,
is be
'! to in the exhibit. who have seen it; and, once the '
J.- rt .\' ;I" Don't forget we are to have a shaft is placed upon the double base, a hen requires to produce the

{ . .. All Made'1-fere county fair this winter, in which we I and the two upper sections added highest number of whites and '

Adjustments, hope to have every community rep- ,the structure would attract, rather yplks of which .lreiecapabl*. PURINA r11RINA
'I --- . resented. Be 'thinking of this and i titan repel' pleasing comment. A Purina Poultry Chows are sold e

; put aside your beat products for our skillful workman can remove the under an iron-boundquaraa RfI uiiutEn }
t< exhibit. :nameplate which Is not cast upon
;t1L Y ,THOMAS Your agent wishes to thank the the body of the base but Is merely tee of More Eggs or Money' dassil, f
I members o f 'the orchestra who so fastened in some clever manner Back. n_
kindly furnished music for the-meeting -'
., .. which gives the Impression being .
.'\A., \! .. ... Carags"" ...,..-.., .Z2. Iibtiersi of which the was Parent-Teachers held Friday AlloclatloD' evening- -made+after'which.when the several casting coats was of effected paint 'Sold itf Checkerboard

; r .11,''''''' at >the,. Campbell achoolhouse. We will make the entire fountain presentable Bags Only by !*,,
j jI also-wish,to, thank those '.who'fur- --always 'with the understanding
-'- -- --I niahed their car.'for.the transportation that the third: section'',of the KISSIMMEE:WHOLESALE
of those GROCERY COMPANY Diatribaton
.. v < attending. affair ie -furnished. : ;
'j.., F.....'1. a eihU.a,. 'Sprayers Poultry Supplies 4 In this- way, and in this way alone ''KISSIMMEE FLORIDA' '

....' Goo . ;J1'aJrIPrleq.* Prompt SMpmeat LAND CORPORATION HITS'COUNTY t'-' can i the'city ,ever expect 'to secureany : i
'I\\ :A t'< .'Ask Yortr NelghborH. K.ews [. : FOR BIG, REBATE value from the expenditure that '

\" ,'&;':.A?,'MHYgR ,COJacksonville, Florida"SIMONPURE" .Appearing before the" commission which is to'be has-made. been-'In';.liquidating holding- tot the''more debt 'are' 'received'the' : -eityitself; .tlon-and a like' speedy',action: should

'z", A..JI.I", ., "1.lPaii...4 ..sER. (f.tiilabbig. . u. "fled era*.On',advocate, for the than;tw*,,. ar.. The council is still will. have '.to"'bear. the expense. :By be promulgated towards, having it +e
"', ;.J:' 't'r-_ ...l. R1IID3.w / ,.. Consolidated .Land Company, ....dy'.to accept :any voluntary con- all means speedy action should be placed 'approAriate'apotIn'

., ed,James W.."Johnston,,jvhoj'appear- ..tributionsT.on. regardeShemissil. g.por-, Ithe-citT-pae 1T
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\I.' t ill,'III" T .VALLET GAZETTE.. NEAT, HOVOHIK 11, l mir "

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' Hons' for' 'those who will> 'go'therd'And "' found In Florida It ts easily' worth .. 'one 1.,0 Ford touring: .....y

.J01tr" DR. B.: L. WTLKERSONPSIlfTAI. .1 LEGAL, ADVERTISEMENTS I II I want to go: on lecordj .assaying 'Bric 17000for. in, two.a quick and call sale It,will II100.cut Take the ''Ford: one touring Dli: lord 101. roM'"
? r
-. ,.vaQIIIOX . .. right nete''thatX opposed communicate this qfllcIt Iy. with Its a,"nap. 'MOOabe.See or Utr. 1.U Ford tourlnp. tou"I'
to o.p. Jta 4aI.. .lIIUINImm... Florida
erecting a building to' spending
--- --- -or Ktsalmm Park. Florida. .'.Ue

Located In ofno* formerly occupied NOTICB or ArFLICAIfOX VOR TAX 1 ( 'NOTICBV ,. any more ,money on the"place I" .. FOR ,h.IV_ I 4yeas'dark
by Dr. J. W. .pitapson. I OIilBD" ejaculated E. L. D Overetre.tehair- FOR. 8ALJD.-Good J..... cow.' now sax.-Tr' dark
Offlc Hours: ';1U to. IS; 1:88 to(;&' Motto I,' Hereby al..n..that C. B.King . lull .:CIRCUIT: X>URT brit man of the"board.., ., RTlnc one gallon a day will be' r a.een.oollar Rasa..s M ssty *, '
;, purchaser of Tax Csrtlflcat No. r JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' 'STATIiI or In January. Oeor/lf'/ Carr. corner ,and ennew. .....sable.Mala .
Telepbea*.\BT.. H 1140. .eated.--the'.Id,+ day'of July,"A.: D. PIXXtlDA., > AIL, roil OM'BO1.A Then things commenced All this Patrick and Limit \ .' Apply m tru> . :
.- ",.1)1T, has III.. -.ald e.rtlScsteIn my 1 COLNTY' at the meeting of the ,commissionerson treeta.41tts ,
tattle. ant ha* mad application for FOR 'IIA1.JI-W0e4.! '"
tax deed to ,Issue tn acoordano. with IN RH OF Monday, fOR 8AL.B! -A food Svn-roora eh A pbt f- 4
.. ..........0.... ..... .. law. Said certificate embrace the :r.t lRUT'O&: 'ANr.A ; Commissioner Hansell aald during cued hou*. A reasonable flown' tree*4in.arly I new.a

'.followlBa described property.'' ttuat4 CORPORATION. the twenty-one years he had jUved' parm.nt-.lan: like rent. Inquire t.BHaCBXANEOVS I
I In Ooola county, Florida, to-wltt at "I Clyde avenue Klaslmmee.
owelis.Dray + Lot .. Block B. Liberty Park. TO ATA PARTIES INTERESTED Hi here he had never knows ef any 47-tfa
'I The said land being aaa.aaed at''the DRBW-MIULHR *. COM PANT a real attempt being maee to ienprove
dale, of Issuance of mid certificate In corporation and whom' It ,may the property belonging to the'count FOR. SALE]-Cheap: two and one-half 1 8 andNrepaHIroA. QOOD boaKat, eoN ,
casino ..
the nam. of I.: It; Horner. Units _lei concern: acre at Kl.slmmee Park block .1 The .11
& o.rtlfleat. ahall b. redeemed acoord- NOTICE la hereby given that the ty. or efforts made te make the farm lot .*. Mall your bid: will be sold J
I Baggage lug to law tax deed will lu th.r.on .- undersigned will apply to the Honorable self-supporting1. Other, ooaitetes had to highest bidder. Address .'Mr*. WANT.- :_ _
on th. :list. day of November, A. D. 0. Andrew, a* Judge of- the increased the value pf their holdings W. Newell. ,Ill North Mercer street,
1051. oCf "" of the 17th New' Cast I*. Pennsylvania. 47-Stx WANTED-Help to work on truck
(/. L. OVBSR8TREKT. cult the mat of Florida. at OrlanNovembere.A of this nature: until the farm _sable farm stead work for right "' ''
Transfer (Seal) \ Clerk Circuit Court. : Harurday. the lth day of to show dividends-and there FOR BALE!-Modern five-room concrete or capable man a goad
V Oaoeola eo..ty.,Florlel& D., 111. at ,1*:SO a. m. was no reason why this one should bungalows) faces. Dixie. Hlah- how to .crop on ebare ..1..1.., ',
4ft Bullock. D. C. way; lot SUxlO .. lot 40x- evening at 401 Clyde .
By a H. for an Order dissolving Drew-Mlller location .venue city.47tfo
t" this
n't. To the chairman
Company a corporation In.. all respects replied 100 feet. Ideal fop grocery \
NOTICE TO CREDITORS as If its charter had expiredby that there might at, any momeat bean .ar...... or Olllnr station lot In rear
It. own limitation, opportunity to sell the entire facingeast lOalvO feet. suitable for W ANTIC> -To borrow '10' for one,,
f Phone 23 la .C..... .l tu Cmmmtf .II..*.. Oeol Dated Klailmme. Florida. November residence or business Cheap. Cash or two \eara at S percent will.glv*
C*>Mty, ,s..t. .f Mortda + 7.' 1(11. farm and, with .the proceeds, select .or terms Mr. Bummers. 491 Clay gllt-dg\ security,, Inquire at 'Oa-,
I I BENJ. DREW. and purchase a small tract, which atreel.. Klsslmmee or Associated mite of floe. 47ifsWANTED.To

Y la re).Estate" of J. K. Milliard"Deceased \* Mv M. OVER8TRBKT, self-supporting. 'BelllnaCorporation.. >II Julia street, '
.' M.: M. MILLER. Everyone Jacksonville. Florida, 4T-Ito purchase hotwatertank .
To alt Creditor, Lea-ateea' Dlstrlbu- Petitioners. aald something. regardIng about Co-gallon. capacity) suitable
Mi V. BOYER L.,:B. ROBERTS te.. and .all Person having Claim I KRIBB3. BTKED. the project.' Remarks were not FOR SALE!--Cabbar* 'plants ':a1'17.nd connect with" blue-name
or Demand against Mid Kstat. Attorneys for P..tltlo..r.It confined to members of the board. late varieties. Better. sail soon tor Writ Taak.." ,'l'fllo' ; of Oaaette. -."
KlMlramee., 41-tfa V) ti
of hereby M.
Ton and each you are D. Alexander, Orlando Road.
notified and required to 'prevent any Hansell appeared grieved Wetherbee Phone 147. 4..lto
& Roberts claim.. and demand which you, or.I SUCKING COUNTY TEAT seemed! hurt, Base merely grinned, "'" WANTED-Man to work around boua
Boyer ; either of you, may hare alr.ln.th6 McClelland played solitaire, and the FOR 8ALH.-Cabbare plan. U' per and ga.rden. Must knowhow to /nlfk.
petite of J. K, Milliard, d.c.a.ed, late. APPEARS ,A POPULAR FAD chairman uttered and then thousand. Express collect Add IOC and son Company.take are of'milk.. W:,.B. Makln..,.t' '
of Ktaslmmee. Osceola county Florida now a per thousand postpaid. Order shipped *
Ust"Stsw to the underpinned Executrix, of I I Several' --tbere, ;; were some left-hand chuckle. Finally, ,upon n .- day received. Uorrla ,Plant Com- !
--;:;- - ., ree.-eut Tn order ;place a roadway --
We want more listings .- as we hereof I I
Dated October 14 A, D 1021. i I alonur the line. between the properties of three was tI' FOR 8ALE) Good, established dra '
have prospects for Homes,. 'Farms, EMMA MYRTLE MILLIARD. Rooming-houses, and Hotels.; 4SIt Uxecutrlx.te ; new and up-to-date. 16000 stock.
the cost of a completed house of,, dimensions -
J of national detective +'
I 'being' w. ,Burns Will sell stock at Invoice price and .
Pr.mpt attention courteous treatment I.. Clrralt. c...... State ., Florida. fameit waR then 'thought 'suitable -to,flU the prospective !sass bulldlna-. Good cash proposl.tlon .
BeTeatee-ath .........1 'Clrralt. Oaee neede of the Commissioners Addrea*:"41 Main street, Kleeslmmee
,, and "Live and Let Live" prices customary that the benefits of the
. Cnaty. IB Caaswery. Wetherbee Mansell, and Bassmade ...ero
road would, mar..than,balance.thefloss' ? -
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TJOYER *: ROBERTS ; : Harry B. ParclL Complainant, vs. I IAd..n& I of any timber which might be ,I1.commtttee.DAMAeE FOR 8AL.E}- Oraiir* srrove. Above one
FURNISHED ROOM*-Board I{ .dfr:"
M. Parcell. Defendant.It hundred bearing tree.; te
118 Broadway KISSIMMEE appearing by affidavit appended to destroyed by the action. On Monday 'SUIT FILED land. William H. Kempfer. acres Deer ed. Also room for. .light( housekeeping ", ";
the bill filed I In the above-etatn eaue Burns, through his agent Elmer Park. ,Florida. ...ero apartment. On. block "
O OP0060f0640 that Addle M. Parcel, tae defendant Clark, made a clAim' to the county AGAINST IN11ALANT1C from, railway station "0. SI Nep- ,, .
therein named la a non-reaident of FOR BALE' -Hotel bulldlnsr- Oood location tune Road, .Klsslmmee. bit. ,
commissioners for for the '
the. State._ot. Florida, and I I. a resident. payment Suit haa been started IN the circuit for email hotel v William H.
of Almlra. New York; that ahe la over I twenty-three trees, and a value of Kempfer Deer Park, Florida 44-tfo
$ We handle all classes.'of the age of twenty-one year; It I I. $23 was declared. In order to obviate court for Brevard county by Havens '
therefor ordered that the Bald nonresident & Hart versus Earnest Kouwen-Ho- FOR 8ALE-on. Ford -delivery
additional bother the bill food
... defendant be and she I* hereby any ven, alleging breach ef contract. A truck. Cheap See me for, price.
i required to appear to the bill of was ordered paid. Offlc of Water. Carson,
11Y1 Real Estate complaint filed In said caue on or I lie pendenlhal been filed on all In. Company. J. M. Duncan ms Grocer 41
before Monday, the (th day of December PLACING NEW AUTO TAG dialantic property, and the outcomeof
A. D. 1"11. otherwise the allegations -, the suit will be watched with interest FOR SALE-All- the city lot*. houses '
FOR RENT-Furnished'' and .nf. .,
of said bill will be taken a* DESIGNING HOME CITY rnlahed
farms mad real
by the of this estate belonging to
confessed by said defendant.It people commun room for light houvekeep'Ing.
la further ordered that this orderbe ity. All will regret the fact that if th..t.r.. at. Carson Grocery 'ComEny. )I.'.. W. H. Swalnrll Beau," y\ .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Powell of Ssc m* for particular. J. ,,
Fire Insurance mont avenue 'north, :
week for four
published one a "
roneeeutlve week In The Klealmmee West Palm Beach, were in Kisslm- this property. ts, to be tied up. for any' 41 Klslmntee.4ttfo

Valley Oaiette. a newspaper. publlsh- mee on Saturday planning to run length of time. FOR BALE!)-Oood mulch cow. J. W. FOR RENT-Two room. .n*.ltt b C'anel
In Bald County and StateThla
through to Arcadia the following Miller. .'-&to
tfth day October 1"*1, on cold water bath lavatory
r I'.f then doubling portion of i light housekeeping privilege. ll3tMabbette
J. OVER8TRBHT. day-and a FOR SALE '
-Forty head of stock
k and Rentals Clerk Circuit Court.C"lr..ult the return journey and branchingoft hor.... all bred from saddle stallion atreet. Klsalmmee. 44-tf

OHKNHY( Court* AKKRMAN Seal' to strike Lakeland and the west 'also fifteen Jack and "..D.t.. J. FOR RENT-Two' block from, bualness -.
W. Miller. 41-tfo
Solicitor for Complainant.It coast oentr*; good locality)' housekeeping
apartment on first ...r.all,, "
-000A IN THH rinctuT cot HT. OS'ROLACOLNTi' Mr. Powell was creating agencies FOR 8ALR. For Rent. Furnished convenience*: also bedroom on aeo. ,
; STATE OKIN e'LOIIIDA. in each city for the handling of a Room and No Trespass t.Ca0111.1I and floors MrVT' H.'.Bwatn.' corner

: t'HANLKRlJohn new design of auto tag easily attached Coats, each at The . ,.Verona and, Beaumont ,ICIaatmme -
Notary Public In our officeI to each car, bearing in bold n.t( *. "-Uo

Wilson Wlleon.and O.Edwin A. Le.m-R. )> letters of white on a background of FOR 8ALK-One Vets Bleetno Wall FOR RENT: -NIc* i-furntahed rooms forlight

000Nelson mon. aa Executors bf > the same color as the new license Plate Practically new. At a reasonable . .Bouae-keeplng. Lights aaa.
-- .l price. .Apply Valley.G.. .- bath. Corner of Lak, and, Huy'streeL.F.If.
the last will and testament > cities.
the of the various
tags name .
*tt* T-tf Law.on. .: .*-tf ,
t of Thnma Wll- >
The Kissimmee Auto Company took
deceased.i'omptalnanls. )
sue the ag'lncy-'herehand will soon havea BARGAINS IN USED AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT- flat
> -trees-roomsi.-trees-rooms
Terme ... ajal.
I )) KORKCLOHFJ nn.i TOvs stock of the tags which will take "Baby Grand"to-responsible-i, Chevrolet; one r 111 One .'--bath.withfireplace. W. B.,.Harris, Oaaette .

Realty'Company > MORTUAUH the place of pennants, and which Dodge touring: one Haynes I-pas- 'oNoe.TaxNntic .,

Arthur B Doneitan. Pat ) will be of permanent quality. There .
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Johnston, Gus Noyc > is no doubt that once the tag is seen
KlMlmmee Cattle Company ) .
a corporation. > every ownef of a car in KUilmmee : ': 'I: ,

and William R', Totter, j will order one-or two-"as the price reaps a harvest of ruin 'V" ... \ .
Defendant, > is conservative and the article itself FIRE
It appearing from the. affidavit of ,
for the
I the Attorney for the complainant In a publicity-gainer city. loss. Carelessness '
the abot-entltled cause that the defendant. .
il William H. Potter I. a resident Rubbed the skin for rleuma; sows the seed -carelessness '. : '.. 'l.

THE EARTH! of a Slate or County other than tlam.-n.uralgia. contracted muscles, .
WE2MOVE [ the State of Florida; that there la noi Ballard's Snow about removing fire hazards
sprains or lameness
person In the State of Florida, the '!""
" Oa Earth ,
Or Anything Top'be 'service of ..ubpoendupon whom would Liniment' goes right through the.flfsht and in to against ,
bind said defendant; that said defendant to the bone, easing pain and removing .. protect ' '" ,
I la over the air*- of twentv-one '- : t.A: i t't "
YOUR the It is
HOUSEHOLD GOODSOr .year; and that the residence of the cause. a powerful fain every loss by fire. \

Anything That Can Be Moved aid defendant aa particularly a* relief. Three sixes, SOC, 60c and ,
| known I* In the City of Lafayette, $1.20 per bottle. Sold by J. Z., Rcberso The HartfordJFire Ia.suraBce th'a '\
NOTICB Is given: that tax
r1 State of Indiana. .e hereby .
Get price before having JfOW.' THEREFORE you. the laid Company provides the sure Indemnity -
our your .
William R Potter am hereby .
required .
hauling done ; to appear to the bill of complaint PASTOR FROM ARCADIA which a careful man books 6f 'Osceola, County will open. : fie(, :
In' the above entitled cause at the office

W. H 'JONES1TRANSFER}- COMPANY Court of at the Klulmmee Clerk of, the Florida above, on styled the WAS GLADLY RECEIVEDFor wfll choose;. expert Fire ,Prevention . ; collection of 1921 taxes on November '

tlt day of November. A. D lolL last Sunday; the people of the '

PHONE .,.! . orlbed Herein fall by law.not under the, penalty. . pro Christian church urged Rev. W. II. Service; also; if' '.youneedit. 'first.. A discount of 2% will be: all< >w 4oti'all :, .
w'L..eriOrd r..e 0..1.H.riw.r. c. Coleman who had but .recently re :, '
IT JEt. FURTHER ORDERED: that "; ;' IJ t.'r," .
thus order be published once a week moved to Arcadia, where he had been iJ'' ', ,'. ". : r' iil
tkNovember. ,
SiNo taxes the me .. ;
for four eonnecutlve week In Klaslmmeo -:
engaged as pastor, to return to Klsslmmee The Hartford's iasraBce issound. I
1 Valley Uasette. a newspaper published :: . ''' ,

DR. R..1. DENNING. .... WITNESS In Osceola my hand Co..nty.and Florida.official .eal ;, order that for the a short number time who at least had.,expressed in ,t. ., Get it through' 1 this In writing about taZeS dhr':,

,DENTIST of the above styled Court on .this 18th : themselves as anxious to "

Over the Postofflee.SFFICBi day of October J. A.U D.OVERSTIEERT.Clerk 111: unite with the denomination mightbe agency. ways give full. description and enclose':

HOURS: 0 to IS.SO. &:lf te m. Circuit Court. taken into that church. F

Besldeace Ph... 174- (Circuit Court By B Seal BULLOCK. ) .. D. C. The pastor arrived here latein the CARSON FARMER, postage. ,
: r
Office Phone 151 Wblttaker. Hines A Whlttaker week. and filled the pulpit .jot that r. .

Tampa church Sunday morning and eveningand AGENT now ready to furnish ,estimates' ;
Attorney for Complainant u-&<< r.;
Monday evening .
agllin' on '
: .s> >e ..'
Twenty-three taken into the
JIIo-l'l'W OK MABTMH-S! SAL 10. were ontbsetaxes. .
M. :TILLER I church ,-..sixteen by confession and ...
Notice I I. h.r-;; given that under. baptism-some of them being the result '
and by virtue of a certain. Final Decree of ? C. L. BANDY
I the
Real Estate 'Agency i im In Chancery, dated the 18th day recent tentmeetingaxheldin
of Oatober. 110. entered In the case Kisslmmee. Sermons of an evangelistic Weakness l Distress! '

_.m.-----_. of Sarah A. Cohoon, complainant versus I nature were delivered by the .-.. Tax Collector. ,
C. H. Funk and Maude M. Funk at all three of Ashland, Ky,-"Many yean ago my
Realty Bought and sold. pastor the services
Ms wife,. respondents, pending In th'l mother used Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical I. .
at 17th Judicial
Circuit Court the
Houses rented. cuit of the State ''pf Florida. In and I held.The visiting pastor returned to Discovery for her st:mach. She had taken I"

Taxes paid, and Title verified j for. O.Q.ola County, In Chancery that his home in Arcadia on Tuesday. treatment from physicians and had
I. the undersigned KM Special Master never obtained good results.! After commencing -

for non-residents. In this case will, on I,JfondaYi. the 6th : to take this remedy she noticedan . '
of December. A.
Fire Life and Accident 4In day the legal hour of sale at the during front .RETURNED. FROM GEORGIA improvement and I can say it surely .
door of, the Court ,House In Klssltn- WHEN FATHER DIED helped her wonderfully. I am pleased to
surance. met, Oaceola County Florida offer. write this to let others know how this Everybedy Wke I.'Aayb.dy Advertises ,Their ." ....".la tit* VaBey I s.N. "
Indemnity Bonds.O. for sale and sell, at public outcry, J. H. Roberts taxicab-d river medicine ,
for cash I In hand, to the .highest bidder returned helped our fami'' Anyone will

...... ..... .. .....0... ... the following described: property \ on Friday from Georgetown, benefit by the 'Dueovery'rf they will try .
situate In Osceola County Florida, t-< Georgia, where he was called on ac- it."-Mrs. M. A Brown 643 E. Carter.

F. KIUBB3 W. J. STEED wit The: Northeast. quarter (NE", ) of count of the serious illness of his Ave.Obtain

KRIBBS &' STEED the. Southwest quarter (8W%): the father, W. J. Roberts; aged sixty- the Discovery in tablets or liquid
East-half (RW< > of the Northwest" nine yesrs. He' left here on Wednesday ' at your nearest drug store, or send .
quarter (NW, ) of the Southwest lOo for trial to Dr. Pwrce'a Invalide' NOTICE ,
Attor.e's ..4 ,)..._1... at Law quarter (8W<4)the: Fractional Mouth- October 26-his start .being delayed package
ktealsaas**, aTlorleadsirl west quarter. (HWH) of the Northeast by his absence Jrom Kissim \ Hotel m Buffalo, N. Y. and write .
*""I>I'" ""B''"*<"IIM '.
4 + p_ tl.. la alt Slat and quarter <( f + Halt.* st.t_ C..... thlriia (81-1) of the West-half (W%) Jacksonville he received a messagestating .. .... __ __-- _u .,
Southeast "
of the quarter (SR ) of
the Southeast quarter (8KV4). all In that death had occurred a The Tax Books in
Pat Johnstoa O. P. dARRWT Heotlon Nlfie (0) Township: Twenty few moments previous. He arrived City :are now: .
five (ZS) South of Range Thirty (10) r THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNLOST )
JOHNSTON & GARRETT 1I.t. too late, even for the funeral! .s

ATTORNEYS-AT-YAW ALSO. ; Beginning at a point, Sixty services quickly followed the demise. the hands of'the City, Clerk and
(08) Yard West of the Northeastcorner1 Deceased left a wife three daughters ,

Offices: 10, 11 and. 12. Osceola Band NW' of of the Northwest quarter a'nd four sons- the Southwest
( ,4) quarterSWH
Tax Collector: : of
Building.ICISSIMMEB. ( ) of flection Nine (0). In Township resident of Georgetown-having lived MJHT-T'alr of spectacles: not In cue: Collection ,
Twenty-live (SI) South of RangeThirty forty years on the same home- double lenses, tortoise shell rips; '
FLORIDA (SO) Bast. and from thence v Ave dollars) reward for return to

s to run the North margin Thirty of Lake(IO) Degreea Eafet Tohope-East farm. '.N:' car. The Oaten; Klsclmme'"Ho. Taxes' for J921'. Five, ,Per Cent ;

a kalla-a thence In a Southeasterly di ASHTON MAKING REPAIRS

P. A VANS AGNEWATTORNBTATLA.W '.CIN"or along said margin to a point FOR SALE Discount will allowed for early ('
: of a point Forty (t ) rod.East Complaint .wade at the meeting iOAK __O_. ; (
said Northeast of
of corner said ,of the commissioners,, on Monday WOOD-Good oak wood cook-
i' Northwest quarter (NWU) of Southwest '
OFFICES: quarter (8\V14), thence South that there went two small bridgesout stove* 'and Phone fireplace SIS. lenaith 4 D.'-4tx M. payments dating from November' ""
Winter Park. Florida the South 'lln* of Lot Two (I), thence on the Lake Wilson road and ,. :
West along said South. line to the that there FOR BALE .'Oak bad in the
was a place
point of beginning containing Seven : '
fee Includingbuffet, curved alas chinacabinet 1 :
(7) acrea, more 4>r lev*. road out beyond Bonnet creek. Th.county. and table; small rug: kitchen to midnight.November"30192L'N .

ALSO: Beginning center of".s.o.Uon road superintendent was or. jtenall: matting;; '-,,, ,
Nine II) running thence North dered to make these repairs immediately chair; oil hefting stove; porch .. "
about Three Hundred and Thirty
-, (110) Tard. to Lake, thence returnIng --and declared that he would wins garden; kitchen plow and table tools; ;Iron poultry.bed;

CITYMEATJARKET t4 to point of I Hundred; run attend tq the matters on the.following wire; chicken coop.: window chad**, .,
about and .
thence West Two ,
dlabe and miscellaneous article
; day.. ; .
<* Twenty (110) Yards thence North ,
Mrs Marlon B. Carson, "1 Broad.way ..* \ I ; J.t I' _,
; about Two Hundred and Twenty I ,
thence Klsslmme.' .- tl.ttli'OR' -' i, ; ,
(220)' Lake ) In aa THE.POORFARM SERIAL t Iii 4,

; Easterly direction. Lake alone the meander CREATES DEaom-UIT SALE-Napler'gvaw; |1 per IDS. : :No. Discount"After',November. 30;
line of th said to a point wherethe J. ,F. Nlswonr.r." ,Rv. .F. D. No. 1.Kl..lmmee. ,
line first In this description drawn .
Intersect ,with themeander line of -
the Lake,' containing about '-Twelv. .. !
BALK -of land
Fresh Meat 'andVegciaWcs ow'arrived FOR + Thlrty-nr. acre
ri and m halt (11H acrea of the Kaat "The time< when borderlnaon Lake Tohopekallra.
; end of Lot Numbered Two (*) In Section we'most erect a new building at thepoorfarm" with five-room cottar dairy ,
a '
? ; Kin i(q, Township Twentyfive(26YSoutkof < ,, Commission house, paoklnchous/ poultrybon, ..
,'. .... (commenced J R. 'GILBERT
*i.rtll Range>>1.b&OJR.E-tt.:: : er .Jobn.uanselJblithel),..! "Osceola garage boathouse. wason: thirty anj'dtma bump. trees shed In, ,.' : :,: : .

Aa' Special. Master la Chancery. county mast have -an' ideal county bearing eighty peach. trees; .aaddiehorse'combination .. ; '0 ,Clty'Tax"C6illeet5:
;. KRIBIM) STEED'Solfeltoaefor ... farm-and to. bring,: this about* it Is sail and no' \. At .P ; "!
44\ Comala4nant. a' .'.It .a..4't'f ;;
torboatr\ wbaH t Beatrbsatingaada .
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fh ... "
that .
absolutely. neeeaaar : w..taks Ing-grosnds4in'tbe.ate. This . 1 ',' ; ,,' "
4. *" "A* i ,!aWcstbtforgTb{; yVduy;Qutt4I' steps" toward making". : Mcommod, is I feasU/4 UM'greatest,b'r *la/to: be '. ; ' f .

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,.T. 'Cl.ssi6.d 'Columns 'o; 'The and remarks: were' also made by W. /
Gazette in splendid .me.. J. Adams, J, M. Bryant and ,J. T. u -
--. !{I IN SOCIETY'S REALM]] Drawdy, of Campbell's and. two
J..W. THOMPSON teachers-Miss Wills and Miss Rog i-
era Following these were suggestions -,, '

: Funeral Director BIVALVES PYTHIAN AND LUNCHEON BLESSINGSAT which for a 'improving hearty co-Operation the: schools-was' in' 'T'EN'r'B' IQ.: DAYS .:';'

The regular meeting:Wednesday evening promised :"by' the full membership of :
l AND of Friendship Lodge, Knightsof the aaaadatlO'nr which'now numbers 1!'"' ,
Pythias, was supplemented by 9 th Jtlrs. W. J. Adamsas '
-LICENSED EMBALMER pleasing oyster supper titer all business president.. ./_ .. ''OF' ,
pf the I ..-.
4' lodge was completed '
_ 8tor ,and AT.. LOVERS
c ChapelStewart The affair was greatly; enjoyed by
_ y KI88IUMBB. FLORIDA.NEID'S the Knight., and. guest; Tjxf Gazette Is in receipt of the
ESTEEMED FAMILY- HAS' following verse an advance notice
BATHS LEFT, FOR ALABAMA ., of some who are immediately to
Mr..and Mrs. J.., B. Sinquefel vho come to Kissimmee from Delhi: REAL BARGAINS 1
removed to Klsaimmee sornoxmonths We are growing very grey-
Best For Mal Disease
ago from LakelarwJ-Mr' inquefeld We are really growing; old-
for a time being associated with the So we're' coming to Kissimmee. "
with water
t Good, direct from Goodman Grocery-Jeft on Wednes. To escape this awful cold. ,.. .
", medicinal well. Open Tuesdays, day for their newt ome in Alabama. Down in the sunny southland 'I ,/
' a ,Thursdays, Saturdays, from 9:30 a. These peO'ple."left behind a large Where the air is sort and warm. .
m. to 5:00 p. m. A short drive from circle of Acquaintances greatly Where the sun is always shining AT THE ,f 'r
9 deplore their removal, for the fam- And there's very little storm;
ily has made many friends during; Where the oranges are growing _
' >> Order for the water may be left : the limited residence here-and the And the mockingbirds will sing; } t
; at residence, 614 Patrick street. ." beet wishes /of a large circle will, .And if to us you're very' kindWell . DOLLAR LIMIT STORE --.
follow them .to their new home, stay with you till spring.So ,
L CHAS. NEID Owner goodbye, northern people, t
KISSIMMEE ENTERTAININGAN We'll 'leave you with regret-
ARTIST OF ABILITY But all our names we wish to see ;
4 a .ooo..o .oooo oo. oo o E." H. Boise", possibly the b4'!t.-: In ,Kissimmee'a Valley Gazette, -.
known artist in Chicago; is spending Mrs. W. S. Whitcomb.Mrs. .
his winter in Kissimmee, together! O. S. Nichols '
with his wife' and son-and the trio: Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bull.
la making headquarters at the home! Novemb'r 12 .
Beginning Saturday
Real Estate of J. J. England on orlandoavenue.j THE. BIRD,SANCTUARY' .
r Mr. Boise"' is an adept t' ,
Ing-of all varieties although O'fl Kissimmee. set an example'I
,'" recent years he has given his attention -:,worthy of emulation by every city In' .
more to instructing than to Florida. It has made the corporate'\
'ffn P' artistry; and Illinois is proudof I limits of, the city a bird sanctuary,:|! and Lasting Ten Days r ;aBe
him and die work that he has ex- within which it is illegal to shoot i ,
ecuted. The entire family is much birds or squirrels. Eustis has had 1
t [k ! Sold Exchanged, and. taxes pleased,) with Kissimmee and the en- 'a similar' law for years,and as a result i
vironments. hundreds of squirrels feed about I I F
} paid. Attention ,given to assessment I' I our streets daily and mocking birds SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY MONDAY ONLY
HAT DELIGHTFUL TRIPHOM'E and other songsters abound In great
and valuation. We
FROM MICHIGAN numbers.-Eustis Region.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tucker, of 322 I
will look after and rent your Verona street, have returned from an St John's (Episcopal) Church 9-4 Bleached Sheeting at 59c per yard

property for you. extended outing-covering various Rev. L. H. Klrkby. Rector. :.
states; visiting Washington, I). C..

% WILLSON&i stopping entire, and in trip finally Pennsylvania was reaching made ,by Ohio Michigan.The automo-j 111niois -.!i Twenty-fifth 9:45.: a. m.-Church,Sunday School.after Trinity | Sure and See Our Splendid Line of Coats and Goat Suits t ,

bile, carrying a maid and a chauf- 11:00 a. Commemoration service F
(cur-the latter doing the work sod j I of the Domestic and Foreign f.
that Mr. Tucker "could" loll about and I Societies, continued, of the Protest Best Grade Outings at Boys Suits With 2 Pair -
take things easy. Both Mr. and ant Episcopal church; also the administration -
i : AULTMAN Are. Tucker greatly enjoyed the en-J I i of the Holy Communion. '
tire outing, the weather was excellent -]' per yard of Pants
and the roads, for the greater 1 I America's greatest need today is amore
it KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA part were in good shape. |I complete understanding of her $12.00 ',1
\ industries in their relation' to agricultural Apron Ginghams
STORY-HOUR IS GROWING I production and prosperity )

afternoons"story-hour"at the Bungalow on Wednesday is growing -' 12c per yard Another Good {Suit For f'

Peerless in attendance and interest and II.E THE FORUMANENT I
this week e aw I i nixty-nix children '
present. This being the week of I All the New Plaids in Boys at $8.00 :

prayer for the Women's Missionary TilE BIRD SANCTUARYEditor / ,
Society the stories told were missionary -' Ginghams and Percales19c '..'
in spirit.. Mrs. Tyree gavea of The Gazette: MenS"Blue Serge Suits
T4 {( ) Tires Thanksgiving story; Mrs. Makin- Klssinimee has long been noted for yard ,
\j son related "How The Artist Forgot the number of sonar birds found hereas per
Four Colors"; Mrs. Shaver told well as for the number of migratory $21.50
of the little American Indians-with birds which spend the winters -
q GUARANTEED original drawings; Mrs. Ames delighted here among the oaks of the city. Ladies Black Hose
the children with stories of Boys here have been unusually kind
Eskimo life. The children recited to these winter tourist birds coming for 25c Mens Blue Serge Pants
.30x3, Non-Skid $ 7.90 scripture verses and rendered pretty from all points as far north as'Manitoba 2 pair
Hongs. The missionary society at- which prove so valuable as
]i Non-Skid tended in a body and the ,program bug-destroyers' ,
i 30x3 9.90 closed with a prayer for Mrs. Over- Now" that Kissimnjee is'being recognized Childrens Black Hose
street, and over the entire country as a
a song-prayer by the
32x31 ,Non-Skid 14.90 child rn. bird sanctuary .it is necessary to All Leather Work Shoes
lOc '
'' keep up'the good reputation. Since per
,31x4, Non-Skid: 15.90, TEACHERS AND PARENTS the city council has passed stringent i The Good Ooze
MEET AT CAMPBELL'S laws regarding the carrying of slingshots 1
.32x4, Non-Skid 16.90 The was a very successful session air-guns, and the like, and Ladies Outing Flannel .
''' . of the enforced and ,$1.98 pair ,
"::t ( Parent-Teachers Association since the law will be per _
">. ' 33x4, Non-Skid 17,90 held at Campbell's schoolhouse'1ast the penalties meted'O'ut for any violation '
w Friday evening, and the attendancewas of:the ordinance and the laws, Gowns -
rb; : 34x4 augmented by the of the .committee of the bird sanctuary ",
: < Non-Skid presence Spool Thread at 5c.
,, '+! ( 18.90 the ,Kissimme I Orchestra which department of the Woman's, 'Club /: 98c each "j:,','!" :' .'. , .,
." i ; : made the trip on the invitation ,of earnestly asks that parents scratchoff .' rrhttiu.e. *,***** ** ***** *** *i *m mm m mmmmmmm. '...
: : ('uw.R.!, Miss Albina Smith, home demonstration their, lists of contemplative, gifts oj :' :':' < : ,, Link Tire agent. "air-guns; spring ,guns; ," and' everything v Shirts Army 'Shoes" ,. '"
: An address stating the .Importanceof of that sort which is prohibited Mens Work ,
.: Orlando; Florida O"l the organization was made by C. by the ordinance 4.95 :
'. -- E. YowelT, county superintendent. Such an action will "nave money 75c. each ;

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Grade With Rubber Heels I
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:;" .DR.; T.-M. 'RIVERS ,L. H. LEDGE M. 1. STOUT = i $1.29'per pair $5.95 ..;

1 Pnildtnt Cathitr V7c.-/V.. den'rli' == ;'A'
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u +; ; Our Stock .Is Complete With All New Winter ,

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DEPOSITS 'NSURfD destroy the expense: microbe r-- ,little inconsequential expense
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will be pleasing. This request is ,
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:of tooia the,merchant and ,the small wouldbe '
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