Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 3, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00927
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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t' PROGRAM FOR THE ANNUAL Concert JBand OSCEOLA'HIGH' IS' ,GETTING .




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program for the Live Stock er IlL March:-Battle of the Wuids":::: __.__________.____..__Duble. ; I With practically two weeks yet before -.(better, are small men but promise +
if Roundup which will be held under t; Pol.nd-China Hogs,., w M.. McFad-. the season opens the foot ball make up in speed what. they lack in :!
the auspices of the Extension Dlv s- den. Chicago 111. "' I Fox Tro111 Say She .Doe;?_--....-iJeSylv*, Kahn and Jolson squad, of Osceola High is getting weight.

ion-'of the College of .Agriculture is Poultry Raising in Florida Dr. N I Seren.de-"Nibt down to'business,- and every '" In the back field' we will' find Sean
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practically complete and is as follows .W. Sanborn G.ln..YIl1t FluSelecting request .,. .._ ..I.IGng ; ; directly' following 'the close of school playing quarter back. He to

!: I : a Laying )Flock R. C. (Baritone Solo, |dr.,, 'Overitreet) the practice grounds is the scene of, the/game but his ''work is not only
: Tuesday Oct. 14. Blake Dade City Fla. lively'" scrimmages. ... '
.nd' Tromb.ne" ..._ _____ .___.._ .. .. ._ Fillmore .' fan but very promising. Bass, ,at
J.u-"Slim .
'.. Address of welcome, Dr. A.. A. Hatching Starting Chicks So heavily did the. team lose with right half,. is- the heaviest'man on ;
"fcl J.Murphree., Dean P. H. Rolfs.. ',Right Dr. N. W. Sanborn.' Sally Trombones City Cousin.: The Jazzin One. Step Kid." the graduation the'claas of 1UtU'1 the team and ODe with more experience
1 Response. I I ,Feeds for Poulrty R. C. Blake. that not more than three men : than any. ,of the pla,...... .
Address, E. L."W.rtm.nn. Cltra* The Outlook for Dairying in Florida Medley Selection "Memories of 'Stephen Fo.ter"_.____.,_.Hom..., ; ; be veterans.this, year, but the. new; Link' is a "bear"' at left half, and
Bernard Thyson, Jacksonville. material -showing plenty of is '
4 Fla.Auction sale of pur. bred Aber-j Feeding Cows in Florida, Alf.. R. Fox T rot.Mary. __y__.__--.__________________________ Fray I ', and determination and it ,is likely pep :, plays expected this '..a.oOo'to make sons, Spectacular,

deen-Angus cattle. ';Nielson West Palm Beach;. Fla.- Waltz Song-.My Hero" ____________ .._ .Straus that they will stage some good games' Capt. Graham will play full back'
Some Essentials .in Beef Produc Use of Milk in the Home, Miss ------------- before the season closes. VAt :
tiiona Geo. M. Rommel., Washington .Mae Morse Tallahassee Fla. From "The Chocolate Soldier." ; present Prof. Fillers is coach.Ing .. as and his punts.specialties: Graham seem will to call be forward
What Constitutes Ideal Diet the boys and he will continue to singlesan4
Address,, W A. McRa.,. Tallahassee 't Dr. E. V.', McCollum to John Hopkins March-"Quality-plus" ___,1"_____j.i_._____1_________._.. Jewell' J ; give .them some attention after. the : this other important men will also' be 'trainedfor lx
Fla. University Baltimore Md. G. M'SHEAROUSE. Jr.. Director. regular coach arrives. I duty ,

Hereford Cattle, Hereford Breed Relation of"Bovine Tuberculosis to : John Graham'is'captain and b assisted :'j Graham., .and Bullock. will' likely:
ers' Association Representative. the Human Family Dr. J. G. Fish, iy. TK ,by' Bryan' Simpson, manager kick goals. .
Address, Dr. E. M. Nighbert Jack. Tallahassee, Fla. . of the athletic association.The i I Th. team taken as a'riol. is light,'
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sonville. Fla. Auction Sale of Purebred Bull line is tentative'on..'atpresent averaging 146 pounds, with the
Shorthorn Cattle, Shorthorn Breed- Calves; 2, Holstelns, 2'Jerseys, and. Z up Bullock a greater weight In the back field. Th.boys ./
placing in center :
er.' Association 'Representative. ,. ., are working well and
More and Better Grass for Florida, I Guernseys.Friday, Oct. 17. FIRST FRUIT OF SEASON WAS with Bullock Campbell isone and of the.Bell veterans as guards.of;while they may Dot'. develop together in to '

Dr. W. F.* Blackman, Jacksonville, Livestock Work in the Agricultural last season and played this position''stellar players In the season,. their'
Fla. College, Pi H. Rolfs, Gaines 'In ,the Tampa-Kissimmee speed and teamwork will make them., ,
Grasses for Florida J. B. Thomp- 'ville. Flu .the local game on I a formidable enemy to their opposi
ground. The '
.on,' Gainesville Fla. i Development of the Beef C.ttleln- l'U.rd..re tlon.
Aberdeen-Angus Cattle, Aberdeen- dustry in Florida, W. H. Black SHIPPED NORTH THURSDAY acount both new of men themselves.This but are. giving a good Foot ball enthusiasm Is not confined .

I' Angus .Breeders' Association Repress Gainesville Fla. I to the squad alone....for. a number''
entativ. I Prussic Acid in Sorghum Prof. .S. group will be supported by of fellows are comingto practice, t
Wednesday, Oct IS. E. Collison Gainesville Fla. here Simpson who will be remembered as hoping to make sub. Among these
The Best Hog'tfor the Farmer to Growing and Feeding Silage L. K. Next Monday the doors of Kisslmmee's ..( is a lot of immature fruit on playing well last ..a.on. beginningas are Ralph Cooper. who 'is trying for
Raise; J. Pope,Jfcss, .Plel'ce.J. Fla. Edwards, Irvine, Fla. packing houses will open the market now. In f.ctt some has ,, sub and working into the regulars tackle} Milton Graham trying for-
Feeding and Care of ;Pigs from Experience in Feeding Silage M. and Osceol.'. golden fruit will begin been sent back to the shippers." !I'later, and Donald McKay a plucky'player end. and Uly Chapman trying for
Farrowing Weaning Time .J.- P. Crews 'Newberry, Fla. Ramsey, Mlcanopy, Flu \ Fertiliser Results with Peanuts, least a week earlier than common. I I with a government tester this year sesson.I The first two games will be played
Feeding and Care of Pigs After 1 Dr J. E.: Turlington, GainesvilleFlu I At the Citrus Exchange packinghouse and the fruit leaving here will be I I Both end men, Trimbl. .and Led out of town, the first with Plant City'
Weaning L. H.' Willie, Evlnston Fla. -- ----- -.---- .. . - Manager Piano expects to put J sure of passing the Inspection. This and the second with Tampa.' Then fi
Velvet Beans for Brood Sows, John two picking crews in the fields early requires that grapefruit test one they meet Orlando. on the' horn,
M. Scott, Gainesville Fla. AULTMAN TO PLANT,100ACRESINSPUDS Monday morning and will begin ,I part sugar to seven' parts acid, and.that WHITE' WAY SOON BE ground." In addition to the schedule
M Address, Dr. A. C. True, Washington packing on Tuesday. He will open up ,. oranges test one to eight. of games published in last week's
D. C.Relation. with a force of twenty to twenty- I At the Mach Bros. & Bronson Gazette, the boys hope to, arrange
of the Farmer and the five in the house which will enable {.packing house the-just.' oar of fruit ACCOMPLISHED .FACT on. with Lake City on the 2th of f,
Livestock Man to the Newspapers of ,him to roll at least ten cars by'the rolled from KlSStnbnwf Thursday established this month or early' in November
the State Harry L. Brown St. Augustine end of the week. v : a record for early ship- and with Bartow on November 21,
Lila.Relation j I I lie will increase his force as the ping. '- which will be just onweek before
of the Livestock mart 'to S. B. Aultman la .one of Kissimmee's -...season advances and expects to run The house will be operated\ by The White Way which is one of the Thanksgiving game. ', ,_
the Banker 7;; J. H. Fears Campbell- growers who proposes to reap out all his fruit before closing down, Mach Bros, this season, with W. W. the municipal improvements which ,| Among the seasoned players' who
ton'Fla. the benefit of what may prove to be ilf possible.., Ivey as foreman. 'The season startedoff the city administration is stfanser i will be missed this year' .Branson,
'the record price for potatoes this,,i I there with force I for is now under way for the location ,
Holstein-Frieslan Cattle 'Prof. R. Mr. Piano says the packing house a of some twen- Kisslmmee's 1 center who was'' men '
E. Hunt, Blackburg Va. season, and is now preparing to plantat has never been so well able to handle .ty-five men at work, but by the mid- 'of the lam the posts have been established tloned for all Florida, is playing
Jersey Cattle, American Jersey least one hundred acres for the the business as now, as the inereas-''I dl. of the month Mr. Mach expects and excavations are right half .t ,Locust Grove,' G." Lee- b
i. Cattle Club Representative. spring crop. i led slzers will accommodate A much {ito employ twice that number. t now being made. There will be. 82',, Icy full back last year I..hail.back ,
'' Guernsey Cattle, Guernsey Cattle A part of this .creage. will be larger crew than formerly. I The capacity of the house is two of these lamps along Broadway" ,ja' Stetson; Bass, who an lm-1! ,.
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Club Representative. planted on his farm In West Kissim- i I There is a quantity of crate and three cars per day and it VIII like- burning 200 watt bulbs. \ ";i iportant part In the line r.1..ed Gainesville
r mee and the remainder of it will be hand and shortage (Ito be that amount of The drinking fountains have come '
Dairy Calf Clubs G. L. Herring- other material on no getting out :. N. Bullock is in the Georgia
ton Gainesville Fla. on the Alex Remington-Smith place o'f help or of cars for transportation fruit in a few weeks. I and will'soon be in place. There are.Tech.; Henry Singeltary,a veteran of
Growing and Handling of Feed for near here. is expected.In I The fruit which is "being- shippednow ten of these fountains which will be,!several seasons, is at : Sewanee,
the Dairy Herd L. S. Harvard' Live Mr. Aultman has a gang of twelvemen speaking of the market Manager has" been tested and is sure to distributed along' the Broadway'parking . .; E. BryanIs In University
Oak Fla. at work making hay and getting Piano said "It looks good but pass Inspection.WH also, lot Cincinnati; .F. Bryan, Klssimmee's, -
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Some Breeding Principles Prof. 'C. the land in cultivation for the well known. sad'player is at. Alaba
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incit planting. Out on the Smith U- COMING;TO K1SSIMMEE.; joberson
Gainesville-Fla.
H. ma-Tech.
Willoughby ; and Roscoe; who>>
Draining the Everglades E. E. Elliott place he is clearing same fifty acres PROPOSED CHARTER DAVIS TO GROW"VARIETYOF DUlonvale 0 Sept., 24 A 1918.,. featured as quarter"back.-.in business .
'\ Tallahassee Flu of new land. ,{ Mr. W.'B. Harris, KT..lmm.( Fla. ; Overstreet captain of the
y1 I Address, L. M. Rhodes, Jackson. On account of the absolute failureof Dear 'Sirr I have been getting quad, Is. out of the play' on account
.} ville. Fla. the potato crop in New York it is TAKES "COUNT" GRASSES your-much 'appreciated paper for the of a recent Illness Summers is ,recovering ta
Address, L. A. Niven Birmingham, predicted that spuds will bring a THE pat four weeks,and am sending yon; from a dislocated shourder
fabulous price next spring and-Flor one dollar to continue this ,and
t paper. will .not be back in the game till "
Ala.Tractor Demonstration. ida growers, will be in line for large : My. family' and 'I to be in
later in the
; season, if at all this
year.
'. The vote cast in the charter elec- W. H. 'Davis,.who has recently" wing.Yours
profits .
t: Thursday Oct. 16.Duroc S 5551 Osslmmee for the Notwithstanding these losses, the' ,,
-t; i Jersey Hogs Robt J, Evans,. tion last. Saturday ,leaves '110. room' come the owner of large property interests very truly : 1 boys are expecting to 'g1vs''s. : rood
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in, this section is Sal
For< doubt in mind 'to preparingto
band of anybody's' as
; Chicago ILL.Berksldre First concert, the season J. t. HATALLt. ,. account' of themselves .00.bll1J4ap,
.Hogs Frank' S. Spring. next Sunday." the.,attitude of the voters ,in regard 'experiment In the' &'growing of Box 6. a winning team.
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ELEVEN BEEVES WILL BE way' from the beginning of the cam I son, W. L. Davis,< who Is Immediately MOTHERS' CLUB PLANNING (:t:
I' paign till the last vote was cast the in charge of the Davis ,
.advocates of the charter making no property'; stated that' .he first intended :, :1.'I.:
CANNED BY DEMONSTRATORMiss organized effort to carry it, while to inoculate the soil with the. government ,FOR t LARGER, ACTIVITIESAs
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inoculation
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and 'dilligent effort to accomplish seed the ground to the grasses which --- '"
Alibna:' Smith eounty agent its defeat which it y succeeded would likely thrive here Mr. Davis > : perpetual memorial to.our boys

for Osceola, is having the gratifying DISTRICT MEETING OF In doing even beyond their own exMctations feels satisfied that he can "grow most LIGHT AND WATER PLANT. I who so nobly answered' their coon>o\\ ;gip'
experience of seeing a wonderful increase successfully in this manner try's call in the world
?the vote being 245 againstto any grass great war,the
In the interest shown in the K. OF P. HERE SOON, only' 21 for the charter.. : and will include in his experiments WILL BURN OIL SOON i mothers of Kisslmmee'desireto purchase -'
home extension work in the county.- "" ,This is the second effort that hast Burr clover whit* 'and .crimson the' lot on ,.Stewart- avenue and ,
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Last she directed on. prudent The local Pythian, lodge held an :The proposed.chance from wood to '
Verona
year been t made in the past few years' to clover Johnson grass, Lespadesa street, adjoining, the',chapter'1
house wife canning, a portion of a other highly' interesting session in secure a charter for-the city, the other purple .,.vetch para 'Sudan and fuel oil to ''generator"'heat\ ' for the house,'to present; totbe City:.ofKisslmmee -'
beef using a steam pressure canner their castle hall Wednesday evening.Esquire. one having originated with theFormer' Dallas grasses, beggar weed; and municipal,..light. and water plant1' is for1. recreation _porkt the,
? which ia necessary to insure its keep- W. E. Sandarson and Louis city council- and efforts to Carter grass. DasheesT'' and cassva now under way', and the constructionof present house on the 'lot., to be usedas
Ing.: . Schmidt, were, 'given ,,xthe rank of have It. enacted were abandonedwhen will be grown .for ho[..'' ' the :tank to This) year several' beeves have been Knight. There' was a,j splendid Ialtiatory'team'to strong opposition developed. Mr. Davis will begin 'as, soon as begun this week ? : also ...as. woman's' exchange' and,* tea. '
converted into 'tempting meats encased -' put' "on*the 'work It is generally conceded that a new possible on his grass growing project The tank is-26 .feet in diameterwith room. ; .. . )\
.., whjch! now decorate which was don.- iD the1 beautiful 'am- capacity of 28.000, gallons. It 'held
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;. tq.ttln1'hi&'iI chsrterHs not Only' desirable' but ia and ,will seed small patches on the mass meeting will be at .
'. plified form.' ''Next Wednesday*. night will be built' of .reinforced .vi.
\ : necessaryfor the continued growth home place 0the' orlando road at : concrete the.chapter:* house Frlday7"Oetr--** ,,.
.' .. Miss Smith spenf Thursday, the this rank. will. be conferred on i I..MeI.eraOo ..e and expansion 'of our city,*but in order the O'Berry' placeand ,.''the ranch .CityrEngineer.MaeDonngk-who is at"4:80-o'clock., ', .Come.iewdi.eaespurcbas
.: none of Robert Byrd,. In ,the. Boggy '* Creek 'section where a. beef,was can the application of, Robert ,F., Page evident that it will have' to .begiven Lak. Marlon.' . would 'Dot require more than .two 'or Many of.the town women. favor rgreatly
nd.'p for..the,Pythian'degrees, was accepted. three reeks to complete'the. work .
as the
the fullest publicity' and all the By ''the thoroughness' 0(,, these ex plan/adopted so generallyeverywberevtbe
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There are eleven snore- housewives .' r.' -. , i details threshed out .and'.agreed,: toby perimentsMr... Davis. will gain 'some all the j material is 'alreadyonr'the planting' 'of trees; <*agreat"greepr"memortalP".WSchoofs
who have asked for;Miss Smith's assistance On. October ,15 the local lodge ,will the voters'before Instead of after definite knowledge of what the gronndJ// '* e **'' ,

e in canning- meat this 'fall; be hosts at a'district meeting' of the it is enacted by' the legislature.To . very stock: : men of .this_ section, and three of these live in Klssimrnee. PythiansXThere will be al.rgeerowd get a charter that will meet the I'I'Ow. ...: las all'been ordered' and it ill hoped making Arbor Day. a day of remem'
where they" have' 'ready., aeceis .to in attendance from the' Pyth approval! ''a sufficient. number of that the change can be effected at an brance. What, better canwe do, in
markets -but'who'appreciate"what" it ian lodges' at Orlando Mount' Dora voters'.to insure its ratification will : and Mrs.::V. Madlll and Mrs. earl date "as* the city council 'feelconfident our* 'town-through\\ our, +-schools '
pare mean to have supply: of.pre Enstls,k.Leabur"t'and.-DeLand. .,, The require'"a' lot of hard work, patience G. A; Briggs and daughter Miss Vivian that a great saving in the through our' people than to ba.lj 'a'
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meats, on hand ;; dohs! >,.rThis ',:: ;,, ., charge'"of District t and perseverance ,and' it 'is not too ,' enjoyed pleasant auto trip to cost of.'fuel will be effected. . plot of ground set; with tress,'wmch
canning will be at the Deputy. F. Conrad Bryan. After the early,to begin now in order to have it Tampa, and other South .:Florida r; cities The :machinrey cost<\ '' some'; $900 will be perpetually-growing, chang.
community' kitchen t which'( 'Js<,6pen. .,;'district meeting' the-.' ..members'andvisitors' readJ" by the time Jh<-next. legislature 'this week returning ,home Wednesday. and the cost of Installing i and,building ing; democratic- monuments Great.
each'W..k for general nse. and.delegates to the district meets. .' '.' ,.'. the tank is estimated at less than Green Memorial ,to. .our soldiers
1 meeting 'will repair-to the new ban. ." .. .. $1,000,',, making ,a. total of. approximately As to school lunches, it is the desire r.
FLYlNG'aRCUs.. MAT LOCATE quet hall on the second floor of the $1,900 ,of many mother."' to create'' .',. ''ft'. tiority .
building;: where refreshments''will be IMPORTANT MEETING HELD 'A T''THE'"CHAPTER public this'', feature.ef:r '
HERL' served. The ,banquet feature of the JUDGE!CHENEY i PRAISES', school life which. no lodger an 'tanovatlon .

meeting will be in charge 0J'; ." C. : mSSlMMEE MELBOURKE ROAD 1 ,'- St,.....Cload, tea, Win-,
The Kisslmmee Board of Trade has I Griffin and W.' B. Crawford, :HOUSE MONDAY: : Apo cL \ .
:received' a communication from the .. ; tsr Haven. O1'lando..lD"fa ,the ma-'
-. ; American .and Canadian Allied Fly- KISSIHMEE SCHOOL KIDDIES :; .. speaking 'of the cross-state road .of Florida1 schools; already ,
tog Circus relative th.elr-loeatinc .- r ,-. MAY HAVE..HOT.LUlfCII _.The.,Hart_t r Memorial >Corporation their approval or suggestion.The .- From Kisslramee to,..Melbonrnesbef have "Installed the' plan. So-the 'wo-J'
.; here and ; : house is made social the' Orlando board of..trade. Judge men have' been investigating what ?
a.eommrecial the
operating ,flyIng held an important'meeting at / chapter a
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- Jno' K. Cheney who had .t-return !eurneighbor towns are ooing Therl.have :
station. .The Mothers-Teachers i club!of this chapter house Monday_ afternoon to center, especially for'strangerswithin
The company proposes to establishsuch.a city', is sponser for ,.a.movement' consider plans for approaching our gates -each winter, and weakly' ed from'an auto .trip toMelbourneover .inquired aa to"the expense TbC"! .
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'5 landlnJr' field and carry I' provide,'hot'' undies! for school) chll season. receptions are. .held -ia their'"honor: this "route.quoted as follows have inquired as,.to1;
"5 sengers"to the resortand" other) dren when nourishing .appetising The ladles in charre of this pretty during;the season. usually beginning. by the Orlando I Reborter-Starr I1 t" broplan which to manaage'the intelligently i
Florida'. titles.Secretary , j' dishes would be served at. a price ofpossiblyten building that has played important in .November. Sornrgent'>>( have been "He' said personally .was favorably : they might
Sam ,Lupfer.,baa written I cents for each lunch.' in the social: activities of the inquiries) 'for .thebeginning of Impre'aed.rlth ,the' Melbourne : present; ', I a part project. H.' pronounced the ride school board at ...Ioa next
them of advantages of locating The subject'was officially Kissimmee's and the annual these pleasant, evenings which I have :
.. meeting people across-the peninsular to the coast day. Of course the matter would{tb* xhinder
in Kia.im. 'He 'called' attention l>efore the ladies at a'recent visitors oat extensive been so' thoroughly entertaining to byway '
to>> its central location, and that It has of the club, and, found favor In their are mapping which wilincrease' an its the home people as-well-as the visitors of St. Cloud as the most beautiful -I the control of.the school' board'
been recommended a> ''government; .I 'Y'a " usefulness program, '. : that It i* likely: : the opening will h..had ever seen. ;IIe said when: but probably'I as elsewhere, neeessarily -, I
landing field which in itself f is evidence Mrs.: Steed, Mrs J. E. Lnpfer. Mrs. .immeasurably.These formative. occur at'aa early date.-' v-, f, --.;; the' road, is'completed they: .will.have have the baeklaxand cooperation ' ''
of its fitn....for aero A. Snodgrass, and Mrs. G. W. > plans are in their ', to place machine'guns along the roadside of-the town women.: Wherever
,; ,As yet no further'"pI,.,.purposes.has been Best, .were "*., mede a committeeto meeting and will be brought before EBEf AH LODGE"Hfi.nIMPORTANT -> to keep the Orlando people from the. plan baa been''Inaugurated 'the',
a soon iwhen it is possible J womenrhave- taken'. the inltiattve. a
received but it seems "secure.rdata on the 'subjectand'tbeyvleited'Orlando' MEETING raring to the. beach. .: J'
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that their.business the people here and may pleasure soon.making trips'onwings for the purpose' of visiting this the rooms week that constitution the corporation and by-laws: will to amendits take In Klssmmee} ReUkah \ plans.s'' : elsewhere. "C ELh9TI suecees. J,, I'lUPP' to their; fib,.

there where" the. lunches are being new members Mrs.r.SrB. Anltman, held a special meetbigxToesday-p.m. ......Married. ,' at the residence of '.the r Secretary. ,
-,1-5-' .erved.to the'' Orlando kiddies. ' Mrs. IL. C.,Stanford endjirs, J. MePhatter for the purpose entertaining their rid.'.),i mother in i)the ''Partlri Settle
'T The 'plans are ,In- embryo-'yet" but ,:.were' named a committee'for assembly. President,,,, Mrst. Annie mint,' on Sunday Sept. 28th, .Miss SERVICES AT, ,BAPTIST CHURCH, i ./ i.
STARTS FOR KISSIMMEE I' it I.. hoped theta: suitable room can, the. purpose -framing such an Rohn& ,of%Miami;, D.;D. ;P.-,"" Jennie Lillie Simmons d'Mr.- day Partin. In the absence of the pastor of the .. .
Schenectady Y* Oct. 1, .1819. be obtained near the school buildingsfor amendment to present for the ratification E. "Andersonand others of- Orlando, Mr.: Partln._...one of the progresatve I Baptist; ,church..E 4.r.'r: Jenner
Klssimmee Valley GasetUr' this purpose.1, t"- of the corporation. at the next were also presents; About twenty of > farmers and 'cattIetneD': of this I will preach Sunday ."morning and, .';' .
D.ar,rain: I ,start with my. auto While this project.;h something meeting.* our own. people were th.....* and the county 'while his bride Isa,young: I night' Rev. Jenner has preached-"
for Florida this week. Do., not send aa,undertaking--for: the,ladles and Mrs.' J. Z. Robersetr and Kr.. J'. L. meeting was 'dcidedly educational, as lady ef charming";personality'.and'of several tlmesT recently,"here'and .' .
::t paper f any a must have a larger measure of 'cooperation Overstreet >werev appointed to serve well as' social. -. Light'refreshments) inestimable worth. The Gasette tolas who have heard him' e re .j'
.myOrfF11 i..: ,,and'supporttit is'well wort in plaetniaetiviUes( 'the.:proposed-schedule .... their many"'friends in 'wishing them.. pleasure.isv-the;.hearing. ' ": I'
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: ". ': ::Nearlyjivery.Disease '.'Cani ,I. NOW' A NATIONAL. NECESSITY. ,j SAFE, GENTLE BRINGS SURE RELIEF I


i, 'ft' vBe Traced to Constipation i iI I'. A Florida U< S. .Congressman' told 1 making begins and Florida will) take fee GOLD MEDAL HaarlemOil rules. are the remedy you need. Take

: ,; = .] j "i f>*. t me this wag a State affair I beg tremendous strides! ahead. For hat enabled years suffering humanity to three, or four avery day end Tb. heallnc
th..e.its lining
leave ,to differ with"" him, for A .sugar .mill that will cost one withstand attack of kldnCY. liver oil soaks Into and drives opt the poisons.of
I, ,'. most :decidedly is a National thl.1 million dollars will take care often bladder and stomach troubles the and urinary an New the kidneys lit. and heeJth will surely follow. ,
t.f.t I, '.' if there ever was than diseases: connected with normal vigor has beta re.
one-more the thousand acres .ot land so that one and restore-to When your .
and to build up .
; : Sault Ste Marie-an undertaking'''''million of will. require hun- organs weakened by dl.eas.. stored continue treatment for a while '
; acres one, health organs
: i i't In condition and
i f' VTR.: GALDWE'iL'S' which affects every man, woman .and dred sugar mills'costing one hundred These moat Important organs renal b. to vent'a keep return yourself of the dl..... pre h
child in the United State / '" [million dollars, about double what watched, became' they, filter do their and purifythe work Don't wait until you are Incapable of "
unless' they
blood
I E country that sugar cane comes to proportion manufacturing bears to you .I..pl....... nervousness, Haarlem Oil Capsules today. Tour drusalst >

t T. J tfSr ).1R V-; :PEPSIN maturity and that is on the muck ,I the agricultural end of the game despondency, In, backache the loins, and stomach lower trouble abdomen - you will are cheerfully not satisfied refund with your result moneyIf ,
pains '
lands south of Lake '
Okeechobee. is .. the original Import-
.i this one hundred million dollars ...v.l. difficulty wh.n urinating But b. sure to ret
.' There are probably 1,000,000; acres of 'just ene-fourth the total coat, which ;, and lumbagoallwarn .d TOLD MEDAL, and.... .accept-no a.1t-
I. o ulof'trouble In three Sealed paek-
't ... k ,77fePerject?'' Laxative this land At for cane growing that will be about four hundred million y MEDAL : I''m'g: {Cap kid tUutee.aaeaAl all drug stores. '
(TOLD
,, .r wpuld produce enough sugar to feed I dollars, so, along this shaft, of a. '
1 !' "* '"t- every man,, woman and child in the water 120 miles tong will be put one ." wwwwwwwww w ....w w.w ..w wR www'high . ',
a United States. I hundred sugar mills. The annual
t W; 'Quickly .Corrects any Disorder of the I This..JU a Possibility. freight to and from these mills will -- -

A mathematical demonstration is total fifty million' tons-cane, coal, I
.Intestinal Tract; .Relieves the Conges- simple. St. Cloud made over 6,000 !I sugar, syrup containers, etc." Southof ,1

and pounds of sugar"from one acre of 1 this lake ,lies bout six and a half 5,000 Helpless Orphans in South
Normal
gestion Restores Condi-
i., land; this was an average of a 319 million acres of land. When one mil
tions. ; acre field (and not a picked one) then I II lion acres of this land is bringing in '
Is''Gentle'
in Action and Does, I by proportion one million acres a revenue of one half billion dollars, tee of a Home ;
t. Not Sold would produce six billions pounds of what do you suppose ,the other five Are Asking Privileges 1 1Bap
Gripe. by Druggists
t, Every- sugar and as there one, hundred million -1 and a half million acres are bringingin
; where-50 and of us a pro rata share would give ? What commerce are they givingto
$1.00.
cents sixty pounds to each individual per the world? !sts Are Providing For TM Many at Present in Fifteen Institutions 1
year surely a National proposition, V. P. KELLER.
/''i' I IA ..- and a favorable vote from each. 'state' , But as Many More are Waiting For Admission-The 75. :Y
'tilat'boule can be obtained, free of can be looked for. tj WORK OF STATE HEALTH BOARD ';
Meet That Neel
I I To get these big results', requires Million Campaign Plans' #to ,
charge, by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, the. highest skill known to the agri- Jacksonville, Sept. 23.-The work

". .V w' 45T-Washington.. / St., Monticello, Illinois., culturest, for it is the most exacting examining 200,000 school childrenof _
.. plant of which we know in its Florida; which is one of the most '
.' .- tion of conditions under which it will I. important activities now before (haState : v1 ;.

t: I' -- thrive, so we cannot-go into this\ inquiry Board of Health, will start October V ,
sass.---tn first under direction of the
too cautiously. Water in
many

I" r i CROSS( STATE ROAD WILL one ways of plays the plant's a very most conspicious exacting part con-; +1 Dr.Bureau Grace of Whiteford.Child Welfare, headed by, I a. ? y' Mj1?, at eldftf'tag'!

ditions is Its water supply and water I The board will turn its attention to '_ kd ,, D ,l

:( 't BE GREAT CONVENIENCE protection. It will not grow and pro- I Escambia county, first taking each ; it
duce if it ia kept too dry, nor will it county in turn until every school
child in Florida has been given a r
-- ,grow and- produce if it. is kept too
; There are several indications of by Jacksonville when they learn of wet, it must be fed right. (' careful, physicial examination. Major
,' ,early completing the cross-state the shorter distance, better roads and There is also a climatic cond3tloas ,,"Ralph N. Green state health officer, I
{ roads we have ao long hoped for and prettier, scenery." wen as a water condition that"states that the examination of the
"intended to build" in Florida. I, And ,at' no very distant date there, must be fulfilled: Sugar cane is more ;, 10,000 school children in Escambia
oj. Not the least pleacin.t news that is going; "to be another road atross:susceptible to cold than citrus fruits will take approximately{ three weeks,
rf I comes lately is that from the Kiasim- the peninsular, running from Fort'.the light frosts that citrus fruits i!the work being done by the district :
met Valley Gazette which te'.U us !Myers, across to Moore Haven, and t wink at completely stops the maturing health officers who will be concentrated -
V that within thirty days the "missing I!then! either above or below that lake of sugar cane, and unless it is in this territory during that
,, -:. )link," Just outside that lovely little 'I wluimakes Florida famous, as one matured you lose a very large percent time.
city, will be a thing of the past, and ,pleae9kvto Miami. '!" of it; this climatic condition can lIill borough is second on the list,
that the fine road to and beyond that I We have long and persistently also be brought about. and with its approximately 20,000 i

point will be uninterrupted by a urged connecting the two sea coasts They tell us we cannot grow sugar school children in that county exam- T ,
break. Says the Valley Gazette: of Florida by good roads that we cane on the muck lands, because inations are expected to take not less
+ "Construction of the road this sum- 'may get better acquainted with each where ever cane is grown after the than six weeks.
mer haa been greatly retarded by other, and may be able to say of each cane has beep harvested a vast accu- The examination of the school chil.
incessant Drains which also rendered I i I part of Florida "it is but a few mulation of cane leaves and tops are dren this year will be on a more
the detour impassable part of the ours' drive in distance.TampaTribune. left on the around which are al! comprehensive and thorough scale
time. This 'Inconvenience Is now a burned by running fires through the than has ever before been attempted.The .
jfWitng of the past, for the bricking: fields which is done more to destroy following] work after the ex-
\ has been completed from the city the worms than the leaves, and ,they aminations will also be on a more
limits to the fair grounds and will be HAPPy AFTER 20 YEARS. .find it an absolute necessity to do systematic scale than in previous

opined to ublle its full length 44 I must write and tell you I am this. Here again 'we must go backto years. Parents of the children will
i the first of next week. This will cutoff getting along fine. For 20 years, St. Cloud which has given us so be notified as to any needed treat- A Group of Boys and Girls' In the Tenneaese Baptist Orphans-Heine; wear .
"I all the bad detours, the remainder that is over half of my life, I have many practical lessons in sugar making ments from, the central office at I Nashville who are being cared for and trained for useful lives. "
of It being: over a country road. spent in poor health and suffering : Section: 8 containing 600 acres Jacksonville. The board will make ..,.. ..
\ "From now on the road building from severe gas in stomach and in- of as fine cane as the land grows, was provision to treat indigent; children the schoolroom
to school. This work in the
out
Does heart
without cost, facilities for correction your fo
will I begin at Campbell station and digestion. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy set on Ire and no means were at
P come this way, meeting the completed has entirely restored me. I also hand to flood the land to put out the of physicial defects being already at worthy boy and girl bereft by the Is supplemented however, with
section at the fair ,grounds railroad know of several others who have fire and it not only destroyed the .hand in the Orthopedic Service established Grim Reaper of father and mother, practical: training along Industrial and
crossing. A portion of the taken it for the same trouble and are cane but also burned the rich much at St. Lukes under direc- and left alone In the world withoutthe oher lines. For Instance, the boys
grade and fill has already been put' now well, again." It is a simple, down to' the water level, and wherea tion of Dr. J. Knox Simpson. Hook. fostering care of those to whom are given courses In practical farm
I in., I harmless preparation that removes rich cane Held once stood, the fire worm treatments will be given by they are naturally most dear la tae worL on farms which have been purchased

"Judging by the progress of the ,the catarrhal 'mucus from the intestinal left naught but a bed of worthless the district health men. world and are operated by the homes,
I S, work it will not be more than thirty tract and allays the inflammation ashes. This incident is only broughtin Probable dates of examinations in -Then you will undertsand why livestock production, carpentering, tin
days till this section of the highway which causes practically all stomach as a part,of a plan that has for other counties will be announced as Southern Baptists hare established work, plumbing laundrytng, and the

will be completed. ( trouble, liver and intestinal ailments its ultimate aim the successful growing soon as the board's program is com- orphanages In fifteen states, are like, as well as courses In business

The completion of this will give including appendicitis.! '. One of sugar cane in Florida. plete. caring for 6,000 such children in those for those who show special adaptation
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j the state a perfect road from Tampa .' None of'.theae conditions exist in
dose will convince or money refunded.J. homes and training- them for useful for that line of work.
to the east,'coast through Orlando, the will .Indirection Biliousness, OonsUpa-.
[ Z. Roberson, and druggists every- Everglade today nor they' ,
The school
Kissimmee and DeLand to Daytona tion. lives In the world. room work for the girlsIs
; ever exist unless the United States
and New Smyrna. And, of course, where. ; ,government makes them do so by Chamberlain's Tablets have restored But the need Is far greater than the supplemented with the study of music
I(I
i; from"then points easy access is a i', r'-a K.. np and down to Miami andQ1du0hrifd Some of the" colleges are now giving state 'through Lake Okeechobee, making who were ,afflicted with indigestion, While five thou.aud' children are the like. Large attention ia given to
.. ...-,' I' the "B. A. degree without Greekor it a lock canal, raising the watersto biliousness and. constipation. It you being cared .tor in- these crphanacea, the religious life of the children also
Latin. It is well. In ninetyninecases ,,
':: tq ....UL another needed road Is being't out of hundred the their original level of twentyonefeet are troubled in this way give' thema there are on the waiting list of these and this 1 U given emphasis ia the. '

'urged,with every chance of its being man starting every one out to make a above the ocean. This would trial.,, You are certain to be pleas Institutions,fully' five thousand more dally chapel services, and ia the Sunday .

v.; obtained, and that is the one, from young living 'in.tho world ',for-himself has assure irrigation for every acre of lid .for they will benefit you. equally worthy., fatherless and motherless School and treaehlDS-eenlc.1 =o
Qrlando, through Leesburg to Titus;i land in the south of the '
Everglades boys and girls who want' the the Sabbath. i1 ", '
need for Greek and Latin the same $
t lr ville. The Leesburg' Commercial ,I as .a pig needs two tales. To thehundredth ''canal. This combination must existif DR. LINCOLN HULLY. privileges which> these orphanages afford The orphan children respond ....4UF..*.
thus of this.road j
t (if f peaks : is be the
cane to on
; man whose father sugar grown Contributed. but which must be denied them to the opportunities and privileges afforded .
s t ."Orlando) and rTitusville'are deeply young Glades. If the building of this canal ( )
provides, it is all nice, and even always for the present because there la no them and
4 interested in' getting 'a' crossstateroad very brings this Industry into xistance John B. Stetson University has there have gone out
,1 between those points. It would then a lot of this "B. A." stuff might is it not a piece of folly not to build been proud of its distinguished room with which to shelter more of from these Institutions a number of

,fcnt off about 100 miles from the well be labeled "B. S.M-Times-Un- ,it? The consumers of this land president Dr. Lincoln Hully. He is them. the most useful men and women lathe

present trip between Leesburg and ion. (would pay six hundred million dollars a, man among men. An intelligent So when the Baptist 75 Million Campaign various states. While taking pride
( any east Booth! to Miami and would be a Many advantage can ,be gained pound) for ear's crop how meeting and solving the big problems mea of the work of the denomination and girls who are Inh.. homes atpresent
did thing for this section of the ePleD-1 I when stock raisers of a communitygrow much benefit wouldy other things derive as well as taking care of the along general lines ia aa effort to as well as those who hare '
q, tecanse,western travel entering the the same breed. Better prices smallest details. Always fully convergent -
from this
water
same supply meet growing spiritual needs in the
cone out from there to make their own
state "at. Tallahassee or Lake ,City I I can usually be secured from the sale and water' protection? with every situation. An homeland and
.' t '":. should use it in preference to the trip of a uniform, product. There would be no more freezes inj I enthusiastic and hearty booster for i throughout the world way ia the world, the superintendent
the sum of M.TOO.OOO was *
I apportionedto and
teachers
s. every good movement. A strong are saddened by the fact
I Miami but there would be a lot of
.. I leader'and co-worker. A big, wholehearted the orphanages, this sum to cover that there are ao many other helpless
cfrwo'a Tasteless chill To.iq'eumesrealmsadpby'pari4W POea Cored ia 6 to 14 Days fast boats passing through the canal r
sympathy for the unfortunate. -, a program of fire years, u the $75- children who ought to be aided but
I I land to the eastern'citie...
If TAZO OOfnrEJfT f Us on populous
-sad enrlcalM '
I _.d.. 1. tae ..... \Yoaoaasooaselks lu s. 1tohiaauiai1 *or PnxrwUM FUea, What wenld""this splendid water service With nerves of steel; and indomitable 000.000 sought la Us campaign will be can not be by reason of the limitations
,. .. des lavlsefexiBt nhN. Prta..ra. A ntMfnl betenti pleen* reihrovelMhln eftr the Cut* FUea eooUcetlan.Md remeea Frteeeoa.set be worth to Florida and her resolution and strong bodyto raised hi'cuh and fire-year pledges of the homes.Enlargements .
- j commerce T Who can tell, Not only carry: on every Just and nobleapse. daring Victory Week November gO- are necessary for all
the east coast but the west coast and His very presence of influence December 7. of the fifteen orphanages fostered by.

4 -. ', ,,'t all I central part of Florida would be gives: prestige to any organisa In the,-homes that have been pro- Southern Baptists which are {located: "
benefited by it immensely; so also tion or great movement. The State Tided for V, the orphans facilities arellro..ded In the following states Alabama Arkan. -

would the whole country by the removal of Florida needs a man like Dr. Hul- for giving 'regular schoolingof ..., Florida, Georgia Illinois, Kea
for its He will make
Coffee ,Costs of the '- of rey ; governor.
v. menace any sugar the samo character that is afforded tacky Louisiana Missouri
,
the chief executive's V office a place of Mississippi>
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and the whole
shortage East by a
( la the' public schools, beginning
il with
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: old Florida will North
honor. And good Carolina Oklahoma,
'f I better winter ,vegetable supply.Such .
: r"V canal would not be gain the prestIge,-.0 much deserved, the kindergarten and continuing to South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and '
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", If Tod MucfiUsually $ a to build:l. although It very would expensive i among the states by' having so .il the, tenth .and eleventh! grades In the Virginia/ '

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lustrious a governor : ----- -
: . be hundred and .thirty miles from ----------------------- ..
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'.... I : the lock on the east coast to the lock .
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,: ;, on the west coast. FIVE HUNDRED BIBLE CLASSES DESOTO EDITOR DONATES V r
: in Money- :: .
Start the canal at Juno on the upper According to the latest reports '

end of Lake Worth,. and put the there are at this time between, 600 FINE BOAR TO '
., 'j'j* FrequentlHealth lock right at the water's edge, this I and 600 organised Wesley Bible classes PIG ,CLUB

t 'y ', I,, would take a little embankment the .in the..Florida Conference, and %,
: building of which would entail po extra these fine,bodies of men and women I The beat young boar offered .be: understood what
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coil/ and the dirt which come out banded together to study God's Word auction sale of purebred Durocs at atructive work Mr. a piece of con-

h1stfutt POt of the canal bed could be used for it. Sunday after Sunday, make'strong 'Highland Oak Farms, Pierce.Fla., on I Every member of Goolsby has done.
and
the
: m The whol.' side of'' Lake Okee the fall pig club
o .outb additions'to 'the' forces for ;up I Sept. 6th, was reported sold to the others Interested in the develov-
chobee. 'W01ltd. have to be leveled but .
. building of tie Kingdom. DeSoto County Boys' Pig Club. The ment of the
swine
..:;. ... .... ... the cost of ,hat ./would be small The fourth annual Federation! of selection ,of this animal from ,a pen I work of industry appreciate -
this kind.
I -'In' -carrying 1 the canal overland these classes will be, held an First tot\ six was left to one of the best(are taking the best 'of The boys '_.
thelr"loW'a"i
,from Lake Okeechobee to Charlotte Methodist Church, Tampa, October 1,;Breeders of Durocs In the South and i and feeding them care
lot (Harbor the embankments could beN >2, 8, and a full attendance of delegates it is assumed that he selected;; the'i the final out oreparatory to
; ,i is''a'; delicious drink, of I, made with the dirt that came out of from all these classes is urg best one contest Nov. 16th.
\" the. canal bed. Very little dredging ed, There should be over 600 delegates I I people at the sale knew who I The Kissimmee
didF'ew tI t-
( Gazette i inquiries
coffee-like: flavor made' would b. tlece..ary'ln Charlotte lIar- in attendance. -blddlDg for this excellent says
I
: ; : YOSiUNt bor as the inlet at Boca Grande is a Some of these Wesley classes are young boar but all wondered who (I houses are in coming that in every day for
";, I in the V mile 'wide' and sixty feet deep and in this community, and this paper(was Interested enough to purchase it one suitable city lad but there Is not
instantly, to be
This
cup. .. .. speaks
'V - many miles long. takes pleasure passing the word for the pig club boys. It was none (well for that
i p _-02 :,.:,:.;,,E.... The waters of this, lake and of the along to them. They will miss the other, than Mr. George Goolsby; editor its hospitable beautiful little city and
i residential"pis
"'f ..J canal will, protect the Everglades and greatest! treat of'the year in case of the Wanchula Advocate. He and know a
t She .,- the east coast from 'freezes It is no they fall to attend. The program is purchased the animal and has offered speak; when we whereof we
secret that the state is growing colder rich in good things for Sunday him as a prize to the pig club boy and we say pretty Klssimmee -
,.' 1 Econom ical--lYealthful all the timeso put the water School workers, and the class.that is .who makes the best showing in the ,.the writer her hospitable people, for
fi -/2 : ,back and the old'time/' conditions,will wide-awake should arrange to have a I northern half of DeSoto county. being once had the pleasure of
1t / v at ,prevail. good'delegation on hand. I The club contest will be held at entertained in the home of one ,
." No ::Raise in Price Here' Is the only proposition that Make up an automobile- arty and 'I Arcadia Nov. 15, at which time this of her' citizens, when the genial Congressman
Florida has to offer, if the people of take in' the Federation.I will be boar will be awarded. He will,for the Joe Sean played chauffeur
rrl It the Unlted States want Florida to well worth'your.while.If '! .'prize under condition that the ladies, pointing out the places

'" --50-cup-tiDa: JOe' ::100-c*p.tin.5Oo grow-thelr sugar for them-then they further--information Is desired.{other pig club boys. 10..the.northern. of And Interest that In and around the city./ '
11' ', ,-\.1",' .. (. must build the ship canal for her, drop a line to 'Dr. J. H. Therrell. half of the county will be allowed to are to now be the beauties of th.elt,
....... V they must give her irrigation which Sunday ,School' Field Secretary, breed their sows to him freeof sweet music enhanced by the strains' of
''' she must have, they must give her Ocala, Fla.Discussions. charge; The winner of this prize boar in each day from the flned'band
'POSTUM'CEREAL'COMPANY: this body of warm water to, insure will be allowed to charge farmers for be the State there should not,

1 ' ,- the maturity of bel"cane' and they of the formation and the use of him, and no doubt will realize Gainesville one vacant room In the town.

Y' 1 Battle. .,Creek.: 'Mich._ > ." must remove the. menace of fire seasons of, frost and how growing a handsome income. Dally News.

v" k V M > 'pi"i "H' ;f which are be done only by, giving plants may be protected from it 'are When.?it is.kaown that all pig club "Country Hides .. .
and Skins., .SkIn-
",.j. 41 her lands a head and :quantity of found in the U. S. department oft agriculture's boys In that part of DeSoto eounty'bave
,' S&i&.Crocir* i and Gnral torsi ;;. water that 'can extinguish ,aU fires Farmers' Bulletin No. 104 raised purebred, registered Du- ping title of Caring Farmers'and Marketing." is the'

quickly and efficiently; and .when "Notes on Frost," which may be obtained roc sows, and that they have had no Issued Bulletin No. 1055.
v. (this is done the real work of sugar free on application. good'' boars to breed them to,. it will by the U. department nagriculture :,
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,l' ; Wanchula, Sept. 23. (Special.)'- tations of our, .several newspapers f t '- ,t
Pursuant to a call of President A. P.I will. allow" I
i 1 Jordan, the DeSoto County Press Association | Stewart "Hancock was appointed! by
,, ud. va.. ,fwanu they will .taJ'. met in the court house in the association as a committee of one .. B98.Y 75 cents
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.1' Ions as you' uu It. Plea.ant :
healthful, aitwlla. UU a pin' Arcadia Friday, with the following 'ito represent the DeSoto County
..,. fmtt. Only s hw drops n oMMrr members present i A. P. Jordan, Punta -,' Press Association at the South Florida a packagp
aid you can slap In rah and arald J" i Gorda; George M. Goolsby, Wau- Press meeting/ when it convenes
.. .....rt..u.o, "o m..oeled a. apnat.ttes j chula Stewart Hancock Zolfo in Orlando October 10, 1919; and !
:.... a.alnat eta, .....cb... ... Spring; Hugh Jo es, Walter Kaler present the resolution and ask its ft
' maat tDtlid._ttltra.flnun.w.100*a''111.. o(. JI.,. and O. L. .Shobe, Arcadia. adoption. ,
or tj" null.The"NleVOyt.' yourowlcr'f The meeting was called to order by For the Politician to Pay
I . President Jordan. Andrew C.rterHc- Th. matter of political advertise.meats 1 GARETTE41
retary,. being: absent, Stewart, Hancock came ,up and after discussion .
,\ ti elected the association the
: Co, 'was temporary secre adopted followingrates
," tary.The president stated that the for announcements .and advertising -
M.asgo..ry. Ala.ti meeting was called by order of Mes' : That' all candidates for state \ u :
know
.want to what
and
srs. G. M. Goolsby and Stewart Han! and county offices who announce be. you ,,rare
cock whereupon, Mr. Goolsby statedthattithe fore 'January 1, 1920., will be charged py; a + unusual 'enjoYment ,Camels provide'
,\ ,matter of "free publicity": $20; from. January .1 to April 1 will Iii. .
coming into the various. newspaper offices i be charged $15; after April 1, $10; w M smoke them in comparison :with any I Iyl z

of the county had become a nuisance I all,announcements are limited to two cigarette in the world 'at any price I
i ,and' he believed that inasmuchas inches 6-point type, additional space c.I ft
the/te'/ organizations had high salaried i charged at pro rata. All political display s
publicity bureaus be deemed it i advertisements,t80 cents an inch //"TAMELS Are a cigarette revelation any

ti DR. BUCKMASTER wise for the association to pass a 1 I for__ each and every insertion_ ; 1 V>' way you consider them I Take quality. _
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olution that hereafter all matter sent'::'I reading notices 10 cents per line for tj I'ii'
out by these organizations should .each and every insertion; no readersat or refreshing flavor and fragrance; or, that
Charged for by the local papers. The display rates. Candidates for the wonderful, mellow-mild-smoothness you
KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPATH following resolutions was drafted and offices of county commissioner,. coun-
ordered Incorporated in the minutes: ,I Itv ,superintendent of public instruction never before got in a cigarette smoke! Yet 1 1l'
"Whereas to the demand of the school trustees l' 1 r r'' II' } j Camels '"
owing: great justice IlIi ,are so full-bodied and so full-of- 't l >r
free I and constables, will be charged l '
for
on country newspapers '
ii satisfaction marvel that .much' delight .
r space ''by the many government and half price. you so '
national benevolent organizations Against Free Publicity. for Amusement H i I %NeA.nrw.lla. could,be put into dgarettel: ..
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STATE:' BANK BUILDING appealing to the, public for financialaid I I GraftrsT .. 1
and -j The following resolution was offered d, i eA..rg.reee .ar.t. :Camels expert blend of choice Turkish I ft1 W
"Whereas, the limitations of the'' and pu.edunanimously l'
Phone No. 162 country newspapers are such that itj I I| "Whereas, every winter individual l il,, ..t nrr.e.pr.ad_. and choice Domestic tobaccos makes themso er

is, impossible for them to do justice traveling entertainers visit the several Il lii 'awM l irresistibly appetizing. And, ,the, blend,, f
to all these worthy causes, which we towns of the state'and engagehome I 'l explains why it is possible for to smoke' i
DR. c. E. DUNAWAY. feel merit the generous considerationof talent, often to the interruption you ,
the public, and I Ij ,I of the public; schools, to give y Camels liberally without tiring your taste!
. Physician and Sar et n. I "Whereas, the officials of the organizations various promises of entertainmentfor l ,You will prefer Camels to either kind ''
' including the pastors of the alleged benefit of some worthy .
: Office Over Poet Office. the various churches, are also working cause, whereby these !Said entertainer 1N i of tobacco smoked straight l .
s; PHONES: for meritorious causes for which avoid the payment of a license 1r '
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they are paid liberal salaries: therefore tax and at the same time get ; iN You'll realize pretty quick; too that N'i ,
4 Office, 40. Residence, 114. be it the lion's share of the proceeds of sir : t..w.aw sY .wrrwew
the
..w.u .. among many reasons smoke Camels
j '"w .abd .t. you
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S 418t.pdG. "Resolved by the DeSoto County said entertainment;, and 1 'ill
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Press Association ..a mble4. in the "Whereas, every town which has =....Uoo..rWfeaI ... 'is their freedom from any unpleasant ciga- I ,
1 F. KRIBBS A. AKERMANW. court house at:Arcadia Florida, Friday I the home talent necessary to make s.. ...---- rettyaftertasteorunpleasantcigarettyodorl '
g1w !'l
3. STEED September 19, 1919 that.In the a success of such entertainment can a'N ji ......" rlR..U'Ihti 1. '\ M

L KRIBBS, AKERMAN AND STEED consideration reasons given''above :utilize the home talent without employing r'i''i 'Id" =mr'.:*:.'ywt.: r- Once"you know Camels you won't
that we should also receive some re- strangers who have no Interest -
fj Attoravp. ..* Ct._ . I jh" much J J1N' V
I .. ... r M Law. compense for aid and ftrvices which in the community other than take stock In premiums, coupons
I Kls.l. P1.elea. we rendered' to thesegood causes, the they get and carry away; C4 '
J money , ,or giftsYou'll prefer Camel quality
eaera1 ....... !. all Mate sad V.1tN and we' will hereafter charge for the therefore be it }
l t Slate* rmmttm. 'publicity matter aforesaid atI I I "Resolved, That each and every ;
one-half our regular advertisingrates. newspaper published in DeSoto coun- ,.IL-JL REYNOLDS_ TOBACCO CO., Whsfe. Ide.,ti C. .

I I 1 W.CRAWFORD In doing this we beg to calls i ty will hereafter extend no consideration i .
attention to the fact that we have to said traveling entertainers ,y
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW been giving. liberally to all thus | stranrn.. e full advertising 4 h 7 M tyR.
l causes and in the meantime owing to rates for all publicity given
Offices: 8, 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizens:
the great increase in price of all materials them." S
'. Bank Building. including help and everything The matter of tax deeds was next ----, .
KIssimmee Florida necessary to the publication of a news brought up, and after much discussion -
: : : : experience ornithology
: and education In
is more costly than ever be- the association adopted the following -
If paperl in many years and we feel it rates: Hereafter all tax deed, will have added to it another :
DR. R. J. DENNING imperative that we should use every will be charred, $5 for the deed and I chapter. >w .
I'J'I DENTIST. reasonable effort to make our business one description, and $1 for each additional -
self-sustaining if not profitable; description. GET RID OF TUBERCULAR COWS
t Successor to Dr. W. W. Carson.
\ and t President Jordan offered his resignation , It has been proven that milk from
{ Over the Postoffice.orncE "Whereas we regard the state stating that he had been ap, tubercular cows will carry the germs
t( HOURS: to is:30. i:so to I.f' fair the south Florida fair and coun- polnttCI.cen.u.. enumerator and he i and in this way tuberculosis will be .
Office Phone 158. tv fairs as invaluable agencies for would also be out of the newspaper communicated to the users of the
f'[ the promotion of the progress' and work .Jn,a. few week. His resignation milk from .such herd. The presence 1IILL. !
,\ prosperity of the state in which we .was ,accepted and George M. of a tubercular cow in the dairy herd aC
'1 as publishers will share, we Will as Goolsby, oL the Wauchula Advocate, is therefore a dangerous thing. .". .
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY publishers give these fairs as much was elected. Walter Kaler. of the i Prof. J. M, Scott of the Experiment ,;
free of charge, as the limita- Arcadia News,' eleeted'leCl'etary.. Station says that; at the present .
::11 -AT-LAW space_____ n nn. ___ ____ __________________was____ __u _ _ _.__ '. Hnu there Is nor excuse for retaining package
Waring Building. tubercular! cows. It is easy to locate a
'S MANY WORK HORSES,.TO BE SHOWN .the infected animals by the use of 5
l the tuberculin test, and Dr.J.'G.;Fish before the war ,
u "
of the Bureau' Animal
Industry,
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. rat JefciuHon O. P. OrrM
I ,U, S,; D. A., is working on this problem I
,} JOHNSTON.I.G.UREn: in Florida, and will make this ,
f'1 ATTORNET AT-LAW test for ,the farmers free ,of cost.Every ,
,reacting .should be, de- .. ...
cow.
' Office, 10,. 11 and 12 'Citlsens Baal a, p syM "stroyed. .Every city and every community . c a package ,, t.. ;
-t '
BuildingKlSflmstM. "
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, phould.insist ,not ,only Insist \ < ; < i '" :
L, I j, at Via.CflBSOU y but demand,'that all\ dairy cows be It ,r '\ > 1 t ..+ ",-* ,[<'1\1'/1"1'\ : ', r4durInhewar- t'.f.tt' .!! '

L tested. before offering the milk for 5t ,. . : ; ; :
sale It is easier to avoid disease .
r, .:...-..-,-. ."" -. t-...." <.,. g a t than to try to cure It. ,. a t A Wi r'
l An unusually Interesting and instructive '
talk along this line will be
FRB lED made at the Live Stock Roundup,
Gainesville Oct. 14-17. by Dr. Fish. c a !

WILLIAM S. HARTS NEW PHOI 5 .-, packageNOW .. '
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SELLS I TOPLAY IS QUITE DRAMATIC :
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William S. H-- new Artcraft I ,
( Fire' Life Accident and picture, "The' Border Wireless," v N'

which will be shown at the Casino \. .
Health Plate Glass Liability Theater next Saturday has been designed
: by those who have ,had previews THE: LASTS "

I,J *and Boiler Insurance.. : a T :; ,"with I.of real the thrill.production" Of course as a ,picture every '''', FLAVOR.. ,- .. :.tt, ' .'' "

It ( w wun Hart picture has a thrill a consistent :SO' : :
I Legal Bondi Executed; g story with action in every foot, but : : .DOES, . THE :PRICEI'I! ::
j > a ,the. fact that this one is concerned ,
it; Same! Day Needed. "\ largely! with the machination. of a ,
It "iy ''J band of Hun plotters in America, on .' \

1. I the borders of Mexico gives added ff... I
interest and enable. the star, to depict ,v.\ ) ((1
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, OFFICE: Stall Bilk Bill dill'II certain phases of :the war ,at ;... I ,

*'home decidedly which fascinating are not only* timejy,,,,but' t'1'A, : ,


f ,:, s- t 3 The"panal Way.. *> : r 1 r rM

J. W; THOMPSON n. "Sayj; how:, in thunder .doyou get >
out of this confounded town: anyJ
how)'! yelled a motorist who had become
Funeral Director excited In a' blind lane .at the g .
outskirts at Wayoverbehind. .'
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: si "I don't the native r '
try to. replied ... "
ANDLICENSED a -_ addressed,but,then-that really want'I' .,

to get-out generallydo.so: sooner or ,, ,"
L EMBALMER .. later with hymns of thanksgiving, ,"I '>.
I i. #y o =: KiinKiii City! Rt.ap '- :-.1'
i "Europe is looking'to America "whyl 1 such. big. prizes for draft :: :: = l

Store and .Chapel; Stewart AT. for big shipments of horses to be horses are offered by the coming The Mosquito Is' Deadly S a p / ;'1..
used In its farm work," says ourDepartment Florida State Fair Jacksonville, ..
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KlMlmme Flsw
-- -- . of _Agriculture. Tha '. November 22 to 29. Disease Crying Inserts Everywhere <4 4'It
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Danger.
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I' : Mosquitoes have-.always been" /with' '", F/ : .k')'
FEDERAL GAME WARDEN I .,
T..fl1LLER .
,us but their true character has only .f '

;I Real t Estate Agency.. BUSY IN POLK COUNTYBartow been are' carriers recognized*of"-a malaria short time.' 'germs1-,The and, '' '/0'fJ't >

.. .. other d.adIY.d..ea..... Dr. Carroll,a! r :m.1

Realty bought and sokL. Sept. 2fl.-B.' J. Pacetti-,' s of Insectivorous and migatory I"government 7" "Natural investigator,)yellow fever in is ,transmitted Cuba., ... _ c.:

Houses rented district chief.. federal game warden, birds. The; maximum fine for either' by the'trtostryito and always '
verified having in charge the state of, Florida killing or possessing these birds is and only by the mosquito." Thelower price paid for boas" la
and Titles
Taxes paid Georgia, Alabama, and eastern 'boo and six months In Jail. The mosqnite bite is often as deadly Florida are partly due to the lack ; H1'rC
for non-reiident Mississippi, was in Bartow Tuesday Imagine the trepidation of the, posaessor as a rattlesnake's.; of sufficient hogs to furnish a uniform
firs. Life and Accident la.suranca. land Washington badbeen on learning that 'three redbirds By every method known to'man supply throughout the year..'In
made to of the killing a meadow hawk, a skylark,' a kind both the D.tlonaand local order to have a steady market there
: of birds In this section,and Mr. jooiwe, a woodpecker,' a whippoor- must be competition among buyers
Indemnity Bond Pacetti came down to investigate.He .wlll. a marsh hen were classified AI cites'-ate ,. ? .. and a sufficient number of hogs moving -
found the complaints based on the! "perching birds which'feed entirely ... "regularly to ,the houses. Pfrizel f IliI1l11
.... ................. never .1. : packing Q'and
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killing or quail out of season, which or chiefly on insects," and though .We is a matter of state,and.not .federal I they may, look commonplace .enough this peat;. by proper.'screening and local .trade .the, packers .demand:an firearms G Ammunition
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Jurisdiction. However,;he liked the In the woods or marshes, they look I the use of TORMENT. TORMENTIs : average of 175 to 800 pounds live =1t "
looks of Bartow pretty well, and 'In like $500 and six f months when a gaseous vapor in which no mosquito weight. Ii, -, +,
strolling about.looking the town over ,id in a glass*i case, unless Uncle and fly:can'live. It.is death to ,.. t. I ? __, *.,.am... .a.awww. r..rww.seas 'rt
Kiaalmmee chapter No., 62. and acquiring Information in general Samuel has written you a nice permit insects. The Gazette Wants'a correspondent
Meets fad< and 4thThursdars 1:10 p. m. he came..croll 'a fine collection to kill ,or possess them. I Torment it sold D-druggists' general In every.e mmun1t7 fa Osceola county.
Fraternity Sag Broadway.Ulsa of mounted specimens of Florida! At least two Polk county men are store and dealers everywhere.The Send in the news, it will help '.the x,
r MaHon Sarg-cnt "W.';M. ,birds, which interested him conaider1 expecting to.visit Tampa at the next proce is,Sec a bottle;. do not,P.7 paper and will .i..p"TOOT..section. be
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,t Miss Elizabeth Don.s- n.Lfc B.o. ably. It contained twenty-six ..pedJ -.'.term of. Federal I court, where their..more. fothe public. "

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I ( .... 4 THE: K1SSIMMEE" VALLEY;-GAZETTE. FRIDAY. --- __:. 'OCTOBER 9--;,1t,1BSSJBEEYiLLEYCAZEnE1 ___. ,' p",".' .
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TL : , ? lThf Waidler in Ute Ireetep!' J(wenredly friends will' popular Join the and Gazette their hostel in wishing t'of Classified Advertisements P II ,

. ,. them every, ,happiness and ,prosperity ,
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7t'"' aa/ '\
\ VajlNy .. I H "
t( 1.y 1 United piano, cheap
State. will become collar
ICtssl.r. ; ::K never
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.1 x. ai, Isolated .ADDmOHAL'LOCAlS. 'Apply to Mr. Drouebt", HammooQrov .'
t from the otbsrnationsof *. 41-tf '
.ye.' 1 lMNeN the'' 'world aa lone she has .f'o
as
..:, I....-.>*>N".Wi1Lii.. \ ,.A. _.. _... ........).I..j j!wheat to' sell or'money a- .to loan.- I igtitor Mrs,, Geo.spent N.Tuesday Saunders in of Lake the FOR State SALE.Bank-7' of shares Klaalmmec.. of tock of Offer th, 'o I M1:

...........-....**. I After: the Watcher did -Mi best to visiting her sister Mrs. Mary I-1 for taw! the Chellen above Trust will b* received. Qermantown. b:. 'l\,\;:.
One _y. one ".. -__......._..... J-ftO induce folk. Mrs. Saunders her husband Pa. Company, 4X-1t \\' I,
to : says
adoptthe new city '
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J On ( t>y. Six Month.*._..__.si nAH I
On Cgpyi.' Three- Month. ...._ .-.. charter, they went and burled it ten has been ill for several years, is getting FOR 8ALB-Or Exchanf for, a hone \ i f'
'. to one '1IDd.;;.aIl,, avalanche of.""ot... along fine now' and she thinks t acres fine land fenced and cleared I--' t'n
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communication except. from our Aw, shucks, -we never'' could .under his condition shows marked improvement one blook from R. R. depot, at Ornice .
r nthorled correspondent must' e. Lake, Marlon Co., and 3 lot
the past few weeks. "
atand
'politics a
tlpiF4.br 4h* Rejected I> matter ''Wllll? not be returned j I. : Those parties .who ..ub.cribed'totbe onvllle, Fla. Address "Owner." '"r
ant..* -called for. ; '. TIKnt ,' From'':a news item ,we learn that band fund. '.are reminded that Kllmme Qacette. 4Ilt: .p:: ..\" './)
,the 'last ,Kansss their' subscriptions were due Oct. 1st. r , I
/ ( "re "ln'"th. Po.tofflc at KI..lm"' legislature appropriated ?
l' a..., Florida, a* aecond-cla matter.) $25,000 for the health of hogs (The band has been put to considerable NAPIER GRASS-Well, frown, fulltured A , N
m a stalks. 12 ftO 100 "
,$8.000 for .the health of. ,bees, and expense just in the beginning in $!0.00 per 1000. Strong per yield 6 or tc H
,FRIDAY 1 ,. OCTOBERS 191" I[only) $7,500 for the'health of babies.Thati buying equipment music, etc., .and 8 Joint. for planting. aoo atalk" y ,
'. : legislature must Ijave been the bills are now due. All are requested Slant one acre In sintl6 Joint row E
,October., I I composed of withered old bachelors : to make payments as earlyas feet. Qood average com Ian ',,1
up
produce 40 to 75 ton. acreRreen
'..... per "i
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.i' Instead of human beings. How .possible. forag-., with S or 4 cutting ,
y. Nights' Wre' growing, cool, 0 any'of them could l look a sweet babe Harper Casler reached home this '.per. annum. Properly .,cured make f
,:.. in the face after voting tbat'way is week. for a visit with his relativesafter .x..I.ntb.Y.\ practically equal to- 5- ..,
alfalfa In nutrition. Now I time "
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Clocks"'will soon, be. set,.back.y : past our knowledge.. a prolonged absence when he to plant See Experiment Station ,. :
. served with the Fifth Field Artilery Bulletin No.; U. Term cash withorder. _. _
I wanted Band in the First Division. He has Reference, Slate Bank ofAuhurndale. ; i ,,'
q Hallowe'en Some:, well meaning people : ::
y y due, to reach' ,.here the F. L Stone Auburn. /
to give Miss Kissimmee<: a suit in the just participated in the welcoming! dale, Kla. 42-lt-pd. .. ., ,
last of, this .month. ',(II ceremonies for General Pershine ,
I i form of a new city charter. They arranged .. I
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New York city and also in WANTED-Practical Maternity -
for a near-silk shirt called Washmg- 'lnrhO; -
1 4 , Kissimmee's'whfte'' way will soon Ownership of Public Utilities, and a <'ton, D. C.. He comes. home. ,with an Mr' Mary cases'E.a Eamea.apeclalty. 19-U-pd.SOS Leola Lucey or .

illuminate] the 'Broadway' section.', |:city: council of five members tor a ,'honorable discharge. ,
ti c, y5 waist--should be 'spelled waste-togo I Mrs., E. G. Vans Agnew waa,:op- DWELLINGS for rent. ",Apply to M .

i 'r' "Tourists are arriving early and with Jt; then an expansive and jerated, upon for appendicitis at the Tiller. ,
expensive hat known as the Power Orange General Hospital at Orlando
WANTED.-To lease for one ? '
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seem to' come determined to buy iti, Issue Bonds to Twenty-Five Per 'yesterday afternoon. There were no with option of buying a small year farm Phonograph-Which .
n 'property this )'''1'. I.Cent of Assessed Valuation] : They'complications and she came out from near a good village, within easy

.) I'got cluster pin, the principal jewelof pander the anaesthetic in splendid achool.walking Prefer distance one that from has grade been

Gay, ,The proposed :.new' charter ,proved which was a chief of police, not l condition. Her husband, E. G. Vans Improved for a poultry farm and Leola Lucey .singe Broadway' hits with a silvery \ ''
'' elected( but b'gotht A. an !Agnew of the Gazette office, went withhouse furnlihed. Give full description \.
+ to be about .. :popular' as would a APpolntedl If and which' few other musicalcomedy '
recond .visitation of the ,flu. 'I extra ItOte: I !}It cold they up to be with her. through the trying first letter.' with' State photo lease polble.and also In sweetness joyousness
planned a cloak In toe form of a New I ordeal.] i pot cash purchase price. Harry stars can match. Miss Lucey made a RE-
I' Taxing Law that would envelope her I Mr. and Mrs; Phil S: Wilcher of Maine, Long; Island Via nij.
Another; tropical 'storm .is said to wholly, and was warranted not to ;Rock Island, III., arrived in the city Harbor New Hampshire. to I -CREATION for the New Edison of a recent song-
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.brewing off ,the east, coast Hoper rip, fray, or lose a button. Altogether this week and are again domiciled FOR SALE.-CO chicken Henry SJarda. lucceis. When it--was. completed Mr- Edison subjected
4 'I Jt passes us by as did the last one. they had it doped out so that Solomon :i in the ,Willson flats for the winter. . 40-t it to his famous tone-teat officially to prove
1 in all his glory was not arrayed Mr. and Mrs. Wilcher have spent
r I like Kissimmee. All went merry as the past two winters in Kissimmee, FOR RENT-Two room apartment that the RE-CREATED voice had every quality of
1 General ;i Penning, who, never surrendered a marriage bell, until the lady her- 'and have many friends here who are with bath and screened porch UII
\ to the Germans, is"sald tqi r-self was consulted then Wow! Whoopee glad to welcome them again. per four month; three room apartment.Ml.: Sin: Miss Lucy's living voice.

+ be in 'a fair way' to surrender toeupW Wheel The fat was all in the ( Those who plan to attend the meetings '.114 ftle; room. room$. per apartmentn price

'.' .' The pen may not be mightier! 'fire! She stamped her pretty foot and I i of the Citrus Seminar and Livestock Include* water and lightsp House This picture shows how the test was
Roundup at Gainesville, Oct. rl.Raant.> close In. modern. Mra. E.
declared majority of ten to
c ; 'than -the sword but. the\ bow seems to that she wouldn't a wear any such tog one I 14-17 should mnke room reservations E. Well, lit Mabbette St. S'-tf. made. Miss Lucey came to the Edison .

: be.I 'gery as that, "so there! Her kindly i I at once if they have not already FARMERS Bend today for a fre *am Recording Studios on Fifth Avenue, New
I, disposed friends were taken aback done so! Write or wire either Prof. of the Florida Farmer and
&- i\ A"shipby* truck" movement is be by the vehemence of the Little Lady ,,John M. Scott or B. F. Floyd University Stockman.. vubllahed at JacksonvilleTell York. To get a direct comparison between
about livestock raldnr. dalrvInc. : ,
'I ing'starte4 for Florida said, a bureau and now they are saying, "all)) right of Flofida'Gainesville.We poultry, citrus fruit and truck. her RE-CREATED voice and her
she can wear her old duds till Wil- have several nice little Kissimmee InK, twice a month at toe per year-
f will be Jacksonville.Tbe'plan .
established at living voice Miss < stood beside the -
liam Jennings Bryan is elected president homes that will please. Pricesare three year for II 00. Only livestockand Lucey
it : I r : is no experiment-it having right and terms favorable. One general farmingpaper In the
for all vie care. And so the tate. Write today. instrument and began to sing the song.
'i; I been ,tried ''in many states this summer ,matter rests. .u. nicely furnished bungalow, strictly
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Suddenly) she ceased and the New Edison'continue
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u u modern excellent location to sell FOR SALE-Elcht acre: It acre
; I ,where It has proved to be a gratIfying. <' on
y : PROGRAM cleared and under fence: f acre inbearing '
f .. ' JUNIOR installment Own your home '
plan. alone.
; successl This plan'should |(1 I : or&n..0...: .000 worthof That was the test.
The will be like '
following paying rent. We
program practically solicit cypress timber on tract: 10ur-
,be, especial/"welcome! to this state rendered by the Junior Mission Bandof I correspondence. Nelson Realty room house and kitchen. Also 50 __ I

tt ,/;.:which ia abut. off from, the -customary the Christian church Sunday, Oct. Company. head of cattle. loo and. a rood th bunch of The committee found that Mill Lucey's living voice
I rannor on ranre
6, at 2:80: Howard Bass of the U. S. Navy .
connection of transportation Farming tool and Implement Ix> and her RE-CREATED voice were without a shade
r + ( Leader-Catherine Denning. left last Monday for San Diego, Cal., sated near K.nanvlllePrice ".500
1 a'whlcb'lillp.ndtnc-lare.; sums of i Subject-"What to, study." 2nd ,to rejoin his ship after a thirty days half cub balance term to ult, B of difference. The RE-CREATION became "official"
moag Ion :bard surfacing the roads. Tim. 2:16. ,leave. Howard recently re-enlisted H. Guy kuan..ille. Fla. St-t for

..,:. .. r. ..... I I Song.'References. 'for two years more in the navy and 8ALB! Second-hand Ford car
FOR -
;;Jlg4tation'for' eroe.atateroada: from 'daily readingsread was granted thirty days leave and at attractive price*. Oeceola Motor
41 '' and explained by class. two months His at Co.. 107 :Broadway.
!'joining :the east'and west coasts is I pay. ship was
: Lesson from 2nd Tim. 2:15: read ,that time stationed at San Francisco, S6e NEW EDISON
exstremely popular just"now. A 'JJum- by leader. Cal., and he made the trip across the FOR SALE.-My six: : room cottage, 610Broadway
r t>n tot route than 'been suggested ;j Sentence .continent to spend of weeks Kllmmee. D. C Mer-. '
i prayers. a couple ton, ,1. N. Walnut Street. Akron "Tkm Phonograph mtti a 3W
.. mad it is probable that'someof these Hide and seek corner for all; ., with. the home folks. U-7t.pd.

roads' ,will be b1l1Jt.?;..Initbe; meantime,, Paper The Japanese Christian
'work on -the Kissimmee-Melbourne Institute parts 1 and 2, by Vivian Every Edison RE-CREATION must sustain dm exacting
.
:' road', goes; merrily on, and will b* ".Floyd.Paper,-The Japanese Christian test. Get your home music through The New

t' 1 completed months,. If not 7e.n..be- Institute, parts 3 and 4. Maude STRIKE NOT SETTLED Edison.-and know that you get ajl the ear can give l

'\) '" fore any of the others are ;begun.. '.JRivers.- you of the art of the world's great artists.. Hear the
Story on 302 read by alL
1 4 ',This road-.is. passable now, and our Minutes. page t proof at our store. '

: neighbors lI and :south vare ''Jllvit.f.ell Written reports from committees C
1, > \ to use it pending the promotion Roll call.Response.. }
lave coBchded to continue -
As tie strikes lave beea settled] :as yet we
g" .
building of their "short cots."
and CENTRAL
.j l Offering.Benediction. ear lew'Strildag Prices. DRUGSTOREAgents

r, Leesburg is inline for some splendid If Peter 3:18. .

publicity this fan and winter and "

we expect to see that 'town and the ,''SHOWING,AT BON TON SmES HAT SHOP These':Prices' Are For Cash Strictly

4 whole of Lake!county: make t wonderful t ,
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strides forward. The Lake ,county , The Boa .To .' Hat Shop was especially a..

# board of trade has secured the attractive Monday with an ar Irish Potatoes 14 ibs ,,____ .6$ .Macaroni, 8 packages ?_____, .25
of cut flowers and
potted plants
ray
t services of that'' ''prince of boosters, trailing: vines artistically arranged Picnic Ham, Ib __-____--._ .80 Spaghetti 8 packages _- .25

Willis. Powell who will handle the to make a fitting back ground for Alliance Coffee Ib can_____ .Si Lard per pound ..-....__ .80
f { publicity for the whole county and the elaborate showing of fall and
:
fr winter hats. Armours Coffee Ib can...** .40 White Bacon per pound.... .32 f
; F- Z/eesbnrg has employed a ,trainedcommercial 1 ut
r ,who ,will demote These displayed the latest models White House Coffee, Ib can. .64 6 bars Octagon Soap_.__._ .60
secretary
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big picture hats, a combination of
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Senate Ib _____ ..64Hudnuts 6 bars P. A G. Soap .60
,bis, entire' time to' keeping velvet and drooping plume., smart Coffee can 1 ,/ \ 1 1a

;' that plac'-'In'tbe limelight.. This is j(tailored felts for street wear soft, ,Meal I 6>> Ibs-------- .25 0 ,bars'Naptba' 'Soap........ .60

C the spirit,that populates the,country snappy bines.. beavers, and the small tur Hudnuts Grits B Ibs._:__-_ .25 11 bars Export \Soap__.___ Jk) 4
,district and makes eitls of Grandma's Washing {
> :out 11 pkgs.
Trimings this,, season indicate that 2 Pork A BeansNo.2__ 25 '
:tlpwa., ,j. 11" \ ostrich both in plumes and fancies, cans Powder ,.-_-..-.. J50'j n +

," are favorites, and quantities of Tel- 2 cans French Mustard.... .25 11 pkgs. ,Light House .__ M l l24Th.

The, Orlando Reporter-Star announces vet flowers are shown. Burnt orange 2 bot. Bullhead Catsup.___ .25 Pillsbury Flour1.85 "
n that,'1IeabmIDc st*Monday that and! blues are featured in trimmings.I '
;
lI 4 I I I i of.liandsome coat 8 cans No- 2 String Beans.; .25 12-tts 'PflJaburJ'.F1our .91
,paper hereafter/receive, the full,4tntti'!s ands coats were ddresses in Honey Boy ,S. ,Ri.ing,24-i.> 1.80 ,
8 package Gold Dust...._ .24
r' 'leased :wire service of the.Auoclated,blue, and ,brown predominating, with ,La4 Oair.s.atlama24..JbI'L'l0" ,, 1 .....'
L } t1 Press for afternoon JIe .p p.n.ThI., silver tone cloth a strong favorite.PART1NMILAJL . 2 pounds Navy Beans..._._ .25 0'' ...... ,
,, Snap ;:Sh _ is?quite 'an achievement for' a .' 1 pound Cowpeas: ._____= .09 Oats, |iOO 'Pis..._'.: ...,_...- a.ao ,,,,--"""= ...'.. ', .. ---- ...... : ,.

;paper published'' |n a city the nr"'l I 'Kerosene Oil, gallon] ._.__._ -2 o ,Corn, ;,100 !IDI,.___'_ ..14.&O : ' r '" ,

i Orlando;, ,but there are: few At bear-St.-Cloud the' residence of,, Mr.the Dew.T.Par.bride's parents -. Oat Meal, package _-.:-___' .12 Shorts, 100? jibs ',._.._ 8.80. I IS T TNCLE:SAM'S' MAILS, are' .afe.and sure, and" our splendid' ,..i

i t where' ,newspapers are appreciated. 'tin and Miss Eunice Milar were' unit *\J .!'facilities for giving prompt attention'to mailed 'deposits'"are'" ;;;
they-are; In:oar ..later'.clt7.&lid- its ; ,
I i ed in the holy bonds of, wedlock,]last

'phenomenal. growth. can be largely 1'.Tuesday. evening. ' _. CUT PRICE 'CASH 'GROCERY"" w the fesultof a 'careluludied effort to satisfactorily) serve 'a 'I largo//
attributed I to the splendid' publicity!| The groom' la the youngest 'son of :
Mr., and'Mrs.vR. C-iPartin and ". : rand constantly list
1 ',,,, 'Whleh'Jt hits. received through Its pa- was '* I growing of out-of-town depositors. '
born and i reared 4" '" 'near Phone 141422, : "
.pas"Last'year the city'commission :while the\'bride 'la the daughter of *
r" ers of Orlando evidenced their appre Mr. W. MJ MU.I','formerl,. one of the QUICK SALES AND SHALL PROFITS I R ROut \WHEN YOU CAN'T COME TO TOWN :'

.." .'ciation'of fbe.workdon.: by'the' two prominent merchants of St. Cloud. of Town Orders .Given, 'Proeipi'Attentlesu, s .

:, aeeU.nt'daDJ' papers of that'city"by Both. thtse ,young, people are de ol' " USE THE MAILS' 'i

fij voting "eachof-them; ;,$4M. oat of. the \ -. f .. .
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N 4 city treasury., .,.. -- If win drop Eae '
,yo as a .. will gladly leD yea
4tIf' .
1'"' HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB I iI .ore about it, and incidentally few Pod :
'f MEETS MONDAY. ,' '/ / j a "

J -' ---\- reasons...,,yes'should ue tkir baak. -y "T- : ;' -
A.meeting of the 110m. tmOftitr! )MONEY SAVED ;
r: .,.!j.t tlon club will be held at".the commnnity ; ; ,
4' kitchen..Monday, afternoon ,, : ". .

j't "o'cloekt'> when the 'president,' Jri,.. .....oM" . ,. -
r fy;..-H.-.BUlloek-,ylU,.prMid.., ", V. ... : ""f ?

;Ii : Blip. Hattie'Sherman 01'Jackson-- .' I. \ ... -. ',,' ... : STATE BANK 'OP i / ,
... fill" the director of nurses'for'Flortida. ,,1" '''' ,
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.wfl b* here 'on that date sad'win ..---II I;rr.., .. . ...... _' I

,,, .*ad4r es the-meeting.;. ,lit.,..,. "" ", ... '.L isMONEY .
; t ss. Sb.r-manj,1ril1.work -hen' nnAM ''t" ', "\.' ' .', ; \"
t t *auspices o fthe1! home rkten- ,', "1 ;i'"
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t! sag, spending Monday Tues- 'rYp { .... : KISSIHMEE "
I ;.rand*-Wdnesday 'her.. It is : t ;
t' .-'t iat she wil Toldsanother'anee1lpg 4 r' MADE

T'Yn.etings'wIIl'Tuesday br'of afternoon' n.nl11ntereet also.lThe< ... '1,,y. 'I I : 1 RESOURCES $7S0O O.OO Capital 100000.00, : .
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'and it 'Is- hoped 'a1' large attendance : :-"";' : )
ls: ;of Kissimmee people-' will take* adw 1"f i r

antagr' of.her';ylsifr and listen:,to,barr . ", .".' r'" Officers and Dind..f. ,
'- ...... -- : I C A. CARSON, President ,M.: KATZ 'and-E. L.LEsLEY, V-P." ,' H .-


_' fl'l;ENGAGEMENT:. Debt.burman) ,' ANNOUNCED of' Kisee R -::See Stanford 'Before You "Buy ,;"" N. B. CARSON J. D., JEFFORDS, Caskler jf. KATZ* r, .

\announces the ,engagement CS. A. CARSON
'aSd' eWBKmarriage 'efl' her ...' H. FLEMING
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<'....,. ttpK-fs.:Marian Elisabeth Porter.teVMr. If. c.. BRYAN. E. L LESLEY .
...:Marion Amall Farmer;,o .......- ,y

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a' i;, ."I$4ll'. AWEEKIs Matinee Week e. p( 'of m.October.Battirdaajra 5th-: 1:101. .I A T
We new'' have;kll color In 'ftit,. at Might.. ';lt.-. ';tO* ,.
Central, Drug Store,, .', : -. -1MO1tnATConstance -- :......".

'r, Mr E. S. Hall, of the O ecoi ia1iard-' VEILED"ADTKNTUfciq.Ta1m: 4s"f fin .. ' ."4.\.T t-f' O. I (
ware Company,, is taking hi*' annual t ty Select, ,
,' vacation this week: j ISth. and last Bpl od. of F .
an' i 'THE. MAN OF 'MIOHT"TUESDAY riM Jm :
I
You can money"by buying for. '
..I cash at H. C., Stanford Co'*. + Wallace, Reed In
"THE MAN FROM FUNERAL n
t Mr, and Mrs Howard Anderson I Ir ', RANOB." Paramount /

.have returned from a pleasant two .Hans *, FrU.. ."IN ZUL'ULAND' I Juan hlrbtlttra. f H 't.fVfyJ I I
'i t . weeks' trip to Havana," Cuba, and the J. .. WEDNESDAY I k -
'
Isle. of Pines. Oladye. In.
I Mrs. Shell, Mrs. J. E., Lupfcr and L.s1Ie THE GIRL WOMANVltagraph I
+ Miss Albina Smith; motored to Orlando ,., ,
Mutt A Jef If "
Wednesday to obtain data re S "
I iWE8T.IS.E '. ', 01440
lative to the operation of hot lunches : THimSDAY #,
;' to 'school children. Specl..1. east 'n : '
No better cough'' syrup 'made than I INyal' "LIt"m'S GREATEST. PnOBI.EM. I .
Triangle. .
f Laxative Expectorant. Only Harold Loyd Comedy ;
25c and war taxi at Central 'Drug "BE MY WIFE." Friday act io ik\/- I
''y Store. ,J I 4TFlr.t NatlonWl v ,
Mary Pick ford In a.
'
Mr. 'and Mrs. Swope Mr. and Mrs/Seven, heel. f..tUt.! enPp V Re. ( \.. .
sq :1 Lawry and littl daughter Margaret i i'T I DADDY &..UNO LEOS."' Matinee
and ;
: Night
..uL A Onumont' 10 days News ReeL 0i ,
Mr. and. .Mrs. Morrison and Mrs J. 'Dot Maklnnon will alr s ,
'D... Green, from, Orlando. were the : LONG LKCIS." apoa $ Prices 25, 35, and 50 Cents
!. week-end guests of Miss Gladys Cas- ..... \.;; .'aD.OY n t Orchestrawill \, II; a a .
render the musical proirrani.Prlc
ler. .
I .. It IS and SO'Cents.IATURDAY ,
Miss, ''torelle Fillers arrived Wednesday I -
morning via the' stork line, Dorothy Olah In"BATTLING'
and will make her home with Prq1.1 JANE." Artcraft
and 'Mrs. Fillers. At present mother ChUtU Comedy r M 1
t, and daughter are bobs at the home of "MAnY MOVES IN" ,
m1i17'
Mrs. D. 'G...Francis, on Emmett St. I -
': Good tract 'of timber land of between Rit-All colors at Central DrugStore :
:a "' ten and twenty thousand acres *
'
not far from Kissimmee. Timber I Mrs. J. A. Reaves, of Winter Gar
should be worth half the price of den, is visiting her cousin, Mrs J. L. ',.
land and timber, and have '''valuable Reaves, of this city. J
1.. I property left. Will put buyer in direct
called
The W. C. T. U. will have a .
connection with owner. Nelson the house Monday
Realty Company. meeting at chapter .
afternoon at 4:30. '
Mrs. C. L. Bandy, who has been a ... r
Fred Lupfer, the. son of Mr.
sufferer from appendicitis for several I and Mrs. S. L. Lupfer young, Sr., had the = Hear Dot Makinson Sing "Daddy Long Legs"
years was operated on at the Or. misfortune to fall Sunday at the city I '4

ange last Friday.General The Hospital operation in was Orlando entirely dock. snd fracture the bones of his A New Mary Pickior. U Jody Abbott.. la "Daddy Long Le-Mot.eretlLy .. Ask Cia-ChrUte.ed by a T.le'..... Died ,,-R..retlc...' ,

advised successful her and Mr. Bandy that shu is arm.H.. C. Stanford Co. sells for cash The Wholesale PUa-HUinf The Orpkaaate Tnutees-Ai Ea.., of Pnine aid The Victim of a Kiadly Natmre and Apple Jsck-J.dy Bias'" : A
by physicians
'I'! will be able to return home next, and on narrow margins. Money saved * semi Into Girlhood, Tkt Radiant, Predict .. "Daddy Loaf Legs," Her Uab... Be.el.dorn. Comes Tfc Spit .f. a Hot How Flews. t
JI t week. is money made. aad Judy Almost. Issues Her Happiness With Her Heart. ;
.j Dr. G. B. Rartke veterinary !In- 1 i'>: Miss Abbie Harr( has accepted a I '" .. .
erector! who has been stationed at position as teacher of the East Lake her ) Kissimmee's Augmented Orchestra Will Render th ',Musial Program. Matinae, 3:30 and 5:00:' P. Ml:, Night, 8:15: and 9:45'Prepare
_
Kissimmee for some time working in school, and has already begun
the interests of cattle dipping has duties there. She comes home for +t
been transferred to Nassau county, the week-end. I
with headquarters at Callahan to operate Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richards returned for that cough with Nyal's "" .
with the inspector to be ap- home this week from an extended Guaranteedby
Laxative
pointed by the state, and with the summer outincr. They stayed sometime Central Expectorant.Store. ..
cattle men. at Asheville, N. C., and also visited Drug
Mrs. I,. H. Ingram representing Cincinnati and other points Messrs. Chapman C. C. Brandon
and J. T. Kelley, made \a business
the King's Daughters Class of the west. '
Methodist S. S.; Mrs. J. L. Over- Lee Hobbs of Georgia, who recently -,trip to Tampa WednesdaWe A FAIR DEALCaa :
street, representing her class; Miss returned from overseas, where he ,, are offering our entire stock of
Nettie Newton representing: the was in the service of Uncla Sam ar- 'dry roods and shoes at low prices : r
Sunday School at large, and CliffordLester rived in the city this week on a vi.itto' and for cash only H. C. StanfordCo. :

representing the Baraca his uncle, C. J. Woodall, and other .. ...
class, spent several days this week!" relatives.I u H. H. Fertie and daughter of : ,
in Tampa, attending the fourth an- I I Mr. and Mrs. Verna Ellis, their!Whittier, were in town this week on .
nual convention of the Florida Fed guest, A. J. Coley, of Birmingham, a business' and pleasure mission com _. -i a .
eration of Wesley Bible' classes , Dr. Carl Dunaway left Valdosta motored through/ the Bartow and ,I Ned Gilbert returned to his workin only be had by die Cask. Bayer at a Cask Store Wfcere ''Everybody's. Monet, Look AKke: : '.
Thursday for Kissimmee, Fla.,where Mulberry district Sunday on a sightseeing ', Jacksonville this week after a few !1 1We :
j' he will locate 'for the practice .of trip. I days visit here with relatives, and Do Not Sell On Credit ;;r.. .
I medicine. Dr. Dunaway, after graduating i Mr and Mrs. L. H. Gedge of South; old friends. .
from medical college served Vernon. are the proud parent of a Nothing like 1's. Saxacold for If' 'j
. for some time as an interne -in Riverside I fine baby girl which arrived Monday. I breaking .ap a cold Only ,,26c and !.r : 4. '. .. t era r J'. .
i hospital. New York and was .Mrs. Gedge and her wee daughterare I(I war tax, at Central Drug Store. It'.
promoted to bouse physician, serving in the .Orange General Hospitalin guaranteed.Rev. '
in that capacity when volunteerswere Orlando. J.; P. Cahloun. D. D., of Win. : : "i
called for b.the government. I' A. J. Coley who is,connected with 1 I ter Haven, will fill the 1 pulpit of.the :1 FRIDAY Big Special i'j
!f 'England's medics corps was so .deleted ,'the Central Georgia Railroad, left Presbyterian church Sunday. morn. I Tr:! r
became
that It
,1I.ce1'for :
Wednesday foe his home in Birming- ing and evening.It ;
I the j United States to loan surgeonsjforU. Ala. after visit at I I
.. in the British arm,..' Dr. Dun. ham a pleasant will surprise you to find how ;j
the home of V. R. Ellis. Mr. Coley .
.
much cheaper you can buy for cash. .-
'
-served 21 months with the '
'.
away \ .
,'' British and decorated for is Mrs. Ellis'.Cousin, 1 1I Come, let us ,,show you. .H..C. Stan .
j army was > I St. Johns tinild of the ford' Co. .. ." ,, :. <
'jkls |splendid service. Upon His disCharjre I Episcopal I ; .. ': -October 3rd >
I church will meet at the home of Mrs : and 41:11.
:from array service- he was Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cadet) are enjoy. : .
agaia-( requested to take his place as Clay Johnson next Tuesday after. ,'ing a trip to .Washington and other .-.-. ., '. - ... . : j
x y'house. physician at Riverside, which noon. Oct. 7th. at 4 o'clock. All the points where they will be absentfrom' _____ ___'., ,
did decided locate [ladies of the church are cordially Invited Kissimmee several week
and he build but up finally a practice of to his'''own to be present- I' Mn.: B. B. Simpson accompaniedher White Salt Meat. Ib_________________-.$ M No. 2 Tall A,paragui.No. .":"' ___, _______. -- .18"

hence his decision to locate in FlorIda -I Dr. jC. H. Summers conference I.. daughter, Miss Adah Louise Lard Compound. Ib ________.....__... .28 2YZ'California Table Peaches.".'..__ .35 :
He is a young'man of wbom'Valj evangelist for this district, arrived :,jSimpson to her school in Staunton,
,dorta is?very. proud and his friends home Monday from Pearaon and I Va.. and may extend her trip toWa.hing'ton Meal 'and Grits Ib ------------------ .05 Van Camps Soups __.__.__.__..___,. .11, b
will watch with interest his career Pleasant City, where his work called ( D. C:;; before'returning ,
j. in the neighboring state.-Yaldosta. him for the past few weeks. H. will I home. Baby fiche Milk ???--------------- .05 Libby's Tomato Soup ..........,..,...___ .11. \' ,?!,
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."'. (Ga.) Times.. ._._ leave_Saturday for Moore Haven. I For Sale*--Ferris strain of white 2 Spaghetti (white) _------------.;,---.- .IS G. M. Pancake Flour--------:: : : .__V .to-

r .... .. . .. ........... ....t. . .........,! . . . . . .I chix leghorn after batching October eggs 16th.also A. E.day Thomas old- 2 Macaroni (white) .....______...__.. .15 G. M. Buckwheat _-....____.___-i;_i. ..10'

... Telephone 215-8 rings, Kissim 2 Noodles JJit': =: ...;______________J:..__ .15 No. 'V/2 Dub ar''' Syrup___:::.:::::;, '',:''_ .15 '

.I;: ".,' .License Tax Notice mee, Fla." 40-tf.this No. 2 Sugar Corn____.-...________.______ ..16No. No. .5 Dunbar".' ) ..;.-_. _.. .____.._.._._... A9. '
Mrs. R. W. Meiklejon returned - "-
'. 2. Early June Peai:....., .16 JUttiri, Katchup .:-( -;.. ,..13ouri'.Oat.
; \ : ..fotho.Is: ;hereby given flint: stateand., : : week from Nova Scotts' where she --------- T'T.: .

I :. has been spending'the summer, 'and Nor 3 !Pumpkinir----------------,, ?13;; Arn ;,J .__...4.Atlas. .-.;,;.__ !.-___. .it

j #county, +llcetisetaxon. !> ;; occupations> 'profes l *. > Joined the'thelrlovel.ho Captain (here.* 'on They Paradise will ,No. 2'' Brown? Bean.r--------------... ..13 Oats ., ____._____"Po. ,._-__S'' __. (.1%,I

Y ;: ;; 'elon'r etc.lare'due\pnd,:'paya.ble at.this. +of- ; ; occupy Island.. No. 2 Can _..._-____-.____... .16 No,' IJ!1| Critco" I __- _-__ _.;;._____....:. ....

h ,.;," a; :,,. ,flee 'on: Oc,\ best.l. J;: p'ei
: \ 1 corpil> ratiotis Ha.bl&I. for) tlljls. &" with t s-'Good Hornet .. J 00-Ib/sack.: 'Hen,,Scratch.------. ....+\US ,I \ National Biscuits ..........,.....:...:.::...::.7 '.,04- J '

i l'11s"\ : ;Vts:,: t nShr :the :.Hume Ar-: ..ors oil 1) '" 't CoriJainy.of a,dftptisbl: Orlando.' girl and Miss carries..Woodal with '1 100-Ib/sack Wheat Shor ._.._.___i:___. 3.65 20c, National Cakes .-----------L&, -\.1.1 t.''.t.., J

; :i; will ,ibe .reported'': lf.t..t pro' qu%;: [hit-the 'godaXFlshes of'her many. 100-& ,'sack,:Wheat' Bran.: ________: -3.151 t .2'>Large; Octagon ;. .Ij. l

: :friends. '' *.fujv ,', "' 50ltTin'Lard.' Compound-------------t175.,' 2 P. lie G. N.pth .::.;:.;.:.:. :;._....:. ..:..' 415; J >

: r ; !doyot;theCountyCdfo' niiate; K homo First'after Lieut.an extended J, d1Vard.h,absence Newton ov-is I''' 15-lb ,peck''Irish Potatoes.i; ___,___.-._ .69: '6 Mobtlist( ,,Soap *::..::;\ : :-- '{-t:y;...-- .i.:.:':u'
fr r ,J secutlon! :: If.Ittidowbiasl P9f f. He her 'ou! a I : .. r.1!
: ; : rseai.- Lieut. Newton. is one of Kls- Thane ;Bet 6 ,packages Gold DutwJl'lil: ------_ +
wiptlisvor'r'bll simmee's ,boys who made g pd'and /V 1 are,Sasps.yon doa't; meet: ,every...day. f
: :j iirejiablevforniiy'8uch.tax.. > ) >
,; s ;; ,. Ob.t.Af whose radvancement In military-serv, :. I 6 packages- Grandma '_____. .,. :.25

'" s.; ; !a. .undersigned.: : 'C. ;I1r. ANDY. :'d.:.': ,\\ ice" was watched with". .pride .by'-ljjs :, IlAierHarry. We offer the,, fofldwiaf r . sis, loag .as 6 packages Star Napth_.._-:..::.:.:..:.: --_ .%$. "
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friends here. \ '
; ; i ''- S. 1< Tax-collector. '4' j : '. ; u they'laA: 6packages'Octigoa; Washing Powder_ ,.25: '
Mils Hattie Sherman, directorjofAnrses. ;
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I-< . ..', "' ... . .!!'!!, .,, !' 6. .'....;it.Io .. ,for Florida.'will' .be 'in .:towf a :: >s cans Tomato Pulp...._.. .,.......... --35,' 6 packager Lighthouse: Washing'Powder. .%5,

next week and give la series of valuable v N h\J Tomatoes '_._-..__.-...-._____ .09 .CharmerCoffee'' ,_' ,.- --_.-.::::: ....", rU ti
lectares uDder the auspicesed : j
p.( 1 ---S '. the bemo'.extension 'work of this No.,. .HVTomatoes -----.i---.-. ".----- '>!, 'Taylor Pure Coffee -'.:.:J:..________., l3$! '

I'f It. -,. '..' county, of which' MI..' Albina.Smith" No.' ,,,2 Tomatoes ____ ..-.-...,.,..---,._. 12V4 12-tt. .sack, New ,Self-Rising Flour.::__-- '.45 '

I is' agenti TH I "' t. No. I .Po'rk*nii.Beans 1.. 1 __ .09 24-tt sack: New Self-Rising Flour__._.. 'I.IS .
S' Mr. and Mrs; W.. H,' Poke have returned -- -- ---- . ,_ :: '.

of f.ALL-StlOE.. "from 'k Very"pleasant 'auto ..... . .. "."t"
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trip to'Adeto. Ill.twhiretheyhavebeen : ; ;, '1A" ''''' '''' -.- -- : >

r !,, KY1 ", X . ,* Frances spending Bay, who the'acconrpanied suhinnerv them Miss T '.; 'trat I Extra!!: rExtra,;' : !!!. / I '

. t .. o.later the trip date., .will" ,.not,return';: >hers, untila } Friday and. Satur. . 'in addition: tour very'low>.prices sell'jrbu? aJt, | pound.sacklof'PiH-'; 1

: );.,.. The regular preaching services will, bury Flour 'for'T ? '.00()( grocery order (not feed) .or a'24'poundsack' $1.49.with; ..10.00 '
+
$a t A large shipment of high top .Shoe has just arrived be conducted as usual at the ;Chris '
: (6oJ bur List
: tian church next' Sund.y. The 'f08. grocery''irde gfte Pricey, to every. credit grocery/house/ reachof'yoe; es

4'''1 ,; .; -. ,. at ,'our.store for your approval, aDd'othen will rj of noon'''Converaionf'''subject Is'WhatS.1.'The ''evening. the Design anbjecti and if -i\meet"'oij\ : : t Ise; from =;them; if they doe't.;it will r.be, only. t .;fatr:: to. ::w-".to,.,give ,us.

,;1.i4 be coming in right1 alo&g now. Some Unheeded ;Preachers. .the 'oedeRtaA: .M l"ip .
j ,'il'o ,'oj" 'i ')\ '
:...L..' v The public is cordially Invited We. ask faIr GQIand Reasonable deliveries raade in its
"' ,' 'I\\,, Councilman 'H. M. Breaker 'returned %. I f',a guarantee ;to' give one. ; lry'lin ,
: \ ,... We are prepared to fit the feet'of the'whole. fam. Saturday from' Chattanooga, stoat t II.t'rtti .'.J ' ki\' 1 M r '\

t J l J"" ,' ily.with the kind of Shoes want and at prices Tenn., where' he has been on a weeks "I at'' '\" ' \: $STRICTLY CASH PLEASE.TAYLORS. "
.. >:l;''':. -, jut .you ., visit. Mrs Breaker, who has been :
. ' for
with relatives at ,Chattanooga '
: that are low when compared with others. some ,; '1iow at Knoxvilfe, and : l f
_ will ,.not return, home, for .some' time '
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alto tale eiders for-msde-to-meajure clothing fe
woe >
d home
:. Bradley H.rrls.arriT yesterday :
1' i"'' from Portsmouth VaC?' having
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U. S.' .Marine' corps with which' be
.#, 't ... served in .France. lie .pent.several .

'" weeks Portsmouth In.the after"Naval his ,return.Hospital to- this at !.. I ,- ST. CLOUD-KISSIMMEE-:SAME. ...GOODS .AND.' (RICES: k '
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'.' ., -. ,- THE KISS1MMEE VALLET 'GAZETTE, 'FRIDAY. OCTOBER J, ''111cOSCEQLAlCOiJNTY .



.. The truth is, good enough- about Florida .. . . . .. . . .... .. *.. .. . . .. > .. . .. . . .. <. .l . .. .. ........... . .

: NEWS SERVICE: at all times. The Breeders' Ga'cette -

I I : has always been fair 'because .
It.' former m.n'aine'editor was, a

') DR; R:.THCHl WEAVER, County Agent .. regular visitor to Florida and recognized Lower Prices for Fertilizer

'- its advantages and opportunities ,
.
: A special Invitation''is given' to'all BEEF ,CATTLE PROSPECTS' stock.in We the want breeding to be of fair good and live we l r '

xarmers..and'frart" growers to attend want others to be fair with us. If ;
ti'4 r l ," a whole or' part of the 'Agents' Meet I IN WEST. FLORIDA they will.do that we will be satisfied. Two Reductions in: ..1919 .

d s'Ing' Live Stock Roundup and, Citrus _Times-Union.

a Seminar' Gainesville,' 'Fla., from Some of the most progressive farmers -., Have you'- our latest Price Lilt? It will interest you. 'Ideal]., Fertilizer now give better value
'
Friday ,morning, Oet. 2Oth'to'Fridayleight of the state are in West Flori
GARDEN SEED.
''I Oct. 17th., All who desire to da. On his return from a recent ..1.- .FREE., and- for the money than any commodity bought by the grower either for frmoper'I or. for house
attend ,,please notify Dr R Thor it in that section, W. H. Black beef An allowance of vegetable ; "
k Weaver, county agent?'so that room cattle specialist working with the flower seed distributed free by the' hold UN. Quality maintained. ,' '. ,.:"j

,reservation can be made for' them. Extension Division brings a glowing government will be furnished by-Sen eBmew eBe B aBBaaai MMMiBBBisaB 'Jl'. .!

<1 All these notices must'' be in hand no report of the progress that I. being ator Park Trammell Senate Office Write to us at once regarding (fall requirements. \ -. ;' kq
D; C. to those your
Washington
Building ,
t' 'later than Wednesday night, Oct. 8th. 'made along all agricultural' lines, .
and especially in beef cattle work. who request the ).a me. ,I ,
If "desire word
,
any totom.i:' later Shall we send our new Vegetable Book {
,' should be' lint.to Dr. .W.aver; a,. 'One of'the splendid farms visited I "
t. 1 of C. K.. McQuarrlwet Gainesville ', Fla.' was owned by C. H. Pope of' West ALL DAIRY HERDS SHOULDBE ,
Bay. : He had.: about 200 acre. of .
TUBERCULIN TESTED .
Wilson & Co.
Too111
No'citrus e-ro-bould; be neglected corn and velvet beans and Mr. Black I - r. Fertilizer ". ;

M ''t in spraying now for the whitefty.t says they were the finest he has ever From address by Dr. J. G. Fish, .. .
Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizen'
f :t, n.' tuture condition of the Bruit> and seen in Florida. Last year Mr. Pope inspector in charge of tuberculosis
'the coming condition of new growthof planted a half acre of land to Japanese eradication in Florida delivered at Jacksonville, Fla.

I the trees depend. on the care now. cane from which produced the Florida Dairy Association meeting i

;i Soon ihs picking of the fruit will 292 '. exceptionally This of coursewas in Tallahassee\ Sept.. 10. 1919.
commence, therefore now I I. th. time an fine piece of You need publicity to' waTii pur- .i

to. think of the spraying campaign. land. Realizing the great profit to be chasers to buy only tested cattle. .00'.0900..0..00..0..00..0..o..o .. .. -it:[
x 60 much good has been accomplishedby realized: in syrup from Japanese Even when buying within the state

pruning and spraying early in, theo cane, Mr. Pope now has seven acre. there is danger of getting diseased
,season, why not continue to make He stated to Mr. Black that this syrup animals unless you get those which STATE MARKET NOTES . .. .00. .... o' O.OO..O . .. I
was sold for $2 a gallon. Mr tuberculosis and 1 I
.the better fruit-the best.ConsUpatlon. have been testadJCor I,
: '" Pope is a breeder of Hereford'cattle, found free of the disease RecentlyI .I SEED POTATOES For Spring PlantingWill

and Is growing all of his own feed. found 32 diseased! cows in one com- .A modest house'can be built
He is making preparations to build a munity which had' been shipped from a-Potato crop pay this Spr'njar Who knows? We do know
The beginning of almost ..erI Florida for from $300 to $500. A
every silo and will I I
I tons disorder" is. constipation. If monolithic concrete another section in the last 30 days very little skill is needed to traineverll'f'l the prospect looks mighty bright for a paying Spring Potato crop, .
you start to work on it during October.At Absolutely there are no symptomsin with a snort crop all over 'the North and plenty of .
-want to enjoy' good health keep >ln vines or rosebushes over ..
? yourbowels besting
of Agent
the suggestion County early infection of animal to indicate grade potash fertilizer obtainab'e at a lower price. .
: n regular. This is best accomplished [the sides and make homes of ru.tlcI
't k. '' Meade Mr..Pope is planning to makean presence of tuberculosis, but at with of of the Potato crop is now in progress and it looks to us like about
diet and exercise bungalows logs.
by beauty even
v.bnt sometimes proper a medicine' is needed exhibit at the state fair. the same time that animal may be apotenti.1 {Roses bloom at Christmas time, and the right time to contract for ycur; seed while the low prices pre
1 beef cattleman -
1 t and when that is the case you will Another. lrogrelslve while hI''! spreader infecting the balance -I la single bunch has been known to vail. You know our reputation for quality and service. Write
of the herd. for our .low contract prices for prang delivery.
( find Chamberlains 'Tablets are excel in P. N. Hutchinson bear a thousand blooms. Every Flor-
Bay county was and the
was
f lent. They are mild and gentle in who has a splendid herd of State The Live federal Stock government Sanitary Board are lida home can and should have crape KILGORE SEED COMPANY

i their action easy"'and pleasant to grade cattle. Mr. Hutchinson is In bovine tuberculosiseradication j myrtle trees, to 'make huge boquets ,

1, ( take. Give'them a trial. They only planning to build up_ the quality of and there l is no charge I of color all summer long. Plant City Florida .t
.eat Therecent world taught Am..
a. war
quarter. his cattle, and asked Mr. Black to made for testing the animals. At the
' locate a registered Shorthorn bull for price at which dairy cows are erica a lesson, that we should fortifyour 1 M*+4+4++ ***+**+4++***+++**< ++++*+t+++<
: Keen Observation. homes-not against foreign invasion -

r /,', "My dad knows more'n George I him.On. of the finest herds of registered held today to have it is a your good herd business tested proposition and- but against the credit system I'I'H'O'

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'Washington," said a small boy. Hereford cattle in western of if any tuberculosis animals are found and other our independence one Planting upon cotton a fruit or O. ... .. .. ..... .......'.... 0..0.0..0.00..0.-;
?-, ."How s thatT" queried the grocer. Florida i. owned by J. R. Moody have them slaughtered and the sta- any crop.
I.' -Last night. continued the small Ebro. Washington county. While Mr.Moody' bles, barns and sheds cleaned and grove, raising live stock and poultryand .
1 "' boy 'when I told dad I hadn't been main interest is in the turpentine disinfected. Any time additions are filling the granary, the corn crib,

t t't'.uika ia' he said he knowed better and work he nevertheless can seea made to the herd, unless they come the hay loft, the smoke-house and the .
l '. future in raising pure bred pantry is the kind of fortification we
gimme a lickln' fer George"j good ; from government, accreddited tuberculosis
o;. j .Washington couldn't tell a lie but cattle. He is'growing great quanti- free herds they should be need.
r. \f Dad kin dell one. the minnit he hears ties of corn and beans for winter tested to protect your herd. i I A tin pail standing on a sand pile R. S. FLOYD
1 it." feed, and plans to begin the erectionof You will also have the satisfactionof near a house at Palms, Mich., reflected -

t a concrete silo in the near future. knowing positively) that market the sun's rays against thehouse.
'Much soil fertility Is lost every' He Is also making plan. to have an milk sold from your dairy will never {The wood presently began to smoke

"year by soil washing or erosion. A exhibit of cattle and general farm cause the death or serious illness of 'and then there was a blaze. Property

- atop can be put to it by keeping theo products st the state fair. defenseless babies and hi1dren.FLORIDA'S. is destroyed every day by fires mysteriously -
hilly lands in sod, planting a cover Mr. :J. S. Melvin. also of Ebro is started but possible of pre .
'enthusiastic over the future of beef vention by the exercise: of good care. 1
;;trop, under-draining, filling the ,. GREAT HOME DAILY
lies. with brush eta cattle In West Florida. While not directly Winter vechej grow only in the
.' 1'\11-1' Interested in a purebred herd 'I : South, yield a heavy growth, and Groceries and
+' A .J FLORIDA'S FAVORITE ,be believes that it will be very profitable -' Readers of the Tampa Daily Times sown with rye or winter oats, supply i
than the
to grade up his cattle by the 'get more for their money free forage late in the fall and earlyin
ti 4 The Tampa Morning Tribune is''i use of good bulls, and has been following readers of any other Florida daily. the spring

,:< a+ everlastingly fighting for the inter / this practice for the past yearor This great daily, which is among the 'I, The market for dairy products

a sts of the i people and the development two. He I. contemplating the fastest growing newspapers of the fluctuates very little year by year as Fresh Meats
of this section and no one who erection of a silo in the near future, South, is fearless, aggressive and Interest ''compared with other farm products.

baa th. welfare of South Florida at and expects to feed out his cattle on.i1age. nc. For nearly a generation I I Many fruit growers will be prosperous -
heart can afford not to be a constant' it has constantly fought for' the this year because they were

reader, of ,the Tribune. U Florida' Mr.! Black says that a commendable rights of the people Its news service wise enough to set fruit trees a few

t, metropolitan paper, carrying feature of the cattlemen of this is unsurpassed.. It receives both i years ago; strawberry growers who
y.. ,the full night and day report of the particular section of West .Florida is the DAY and NIGHT leased wire re- ,'received good prices for their berries I 1

,Associated Press with intelligent correspondents that they grow all and in fact more ports of the Associated Press in full, this year are" congratulating ;
-: in every nook and comer feed than they need to take care of is a full member of the Newspaper themselves that they planted strawberries Phone 176 302 Broadway \ \

I;in its territory. Its big Sunday edl- the cattle. They are starting right Enterprise Association has its own | and oranges, peaches, plums f
'tlon' has the most complete comic by ,growing the feed before overstocking correspondents everywhere and buys tip grapes pears blackberries and

,t ;: ; and magazine section printed in the : with cattle. The nd right more expensive features for its read- ''dewberries do not always yield large !

t State, and the subscription rates are now I. for more cattle. With the ers than any other Florida daily. No crops, nor always bring in large profit -
v 1 only $8.00 'per- annum; '4.00 for six addition of the silo, these men will borne in South Florida is complete as commercial crops, but very

'months-and 2.00.tOI' three. months.. be able to store their feed and thus without The Times. Only $6'a year, often they do. / o.4..e*+.........fee . Of. f9.. t. .*.. . . tt. +t.M.i ieggs :
: C. /'Write !for sample copy and ..subscribev care for more cattle. during the winter $1.60 for three months. Sent,free on i ito I Before the war Germany used two
today;V,; ;1' S6-tf. month. week. trial to those genuinely! million bales of cotton. In 1918 the r ,,
.. '
------------ interested. '
imports of raw cotton into Germany

: I|I were valued at $137,754,400. ':The her'In go a Into nutshell, the and only mat way for any r ri'

FLORIDA LIVE STOCK IS $150,000 BONDS WILL BE, |I I foreign consumption per capita was ..breeder to improve the general average GD.o.as&iw.p
1 $6.65 in Germany $5.95 in England, \
of his livestock: is to breed to aI
SOLD BY STATE FAIR ASS'N '
and $5.94 in France. Jt:::
A'TTRACTING.ATTENT1ON ...: I sire better than the animals he now
I
:1 I The owner of a farm home or suburban i im
.. M \ Jacksonville, Oct. 2.-In order that home where begrown {has The most practical way for 1 il
437' l alN -' 7'' \ fruits can breeders farmers to obtain
small
'jfe < ; : , ; the Florida State Fair' &; Exposition l
''. N 'c '''W'The deprecatory- articles that hive'appeared crease' In the next two years. Hog may take its proper place in, : cannot afford to neglect planting the use of such sires is to join with J,
I'"' about Florida in the Coun- auction ales when animals trees, bushes and vines suitableto their the
; purebred front rank of southern fairs and that neighbors' cooperativepurchase
( try Gentleman. and the Toronto..Saturday are .introduced are proving a stimulus it may W truly representative of the the needs of the family} both as and ownership of these

_c 'f 'i Night, are being voluntarily to the industry. A carlot of grade state the 'Florida State Fair & Exposition to fre.h'fruits and canned preservedsnd sires. ,
I f.) 1 '.refuted, by the publication of articles pigs received at the Interstate Stock Association this weelU began evaporated fruits. Solomon remarked in substance a r
+ In of the leading "breeders' I Yards Jacksonville from Trenton.. Syrup has been successfully made time that If i
; some journals in its campaign for the sale .of $160,000 long 'ago a man is tp
," ': I ef the United States. In the I Fla':, accumulated flesh at the rate of worth of 7' per cent-first mortgage from imperfect watermelons in many have friends, he must show himselffriendly } will find li great
in
-<'f' ;.. last issue of Breedera",Gazette. thepleading.breeders' 130 per cent .In two months. Sixty bonds. Indications were that the en- communities this country under ; and be said now that YOU for
opportunities)
the direction of the home
.,;'l'' : publication in this days previously to' their arrival in tire issue would be disposed of quickly demonstration if a man is himself a good neighbor, beautifying home with f;

";"" ';. country' there appeared the following ;Jacksonville! the average weight of and the fair, through the funds received There agents.are fifty four different designs he is mighty likely to have good ,.P..G.eIRE-NU.LAC.tour A t

; written-by S. .R. Winters, a well pigs was 74 pounds; when weighed would be put on a sound foot- of mon.y: of various denominations neighbors-as a rule. chair or table that doe not
: ''known ''stockman near, Washington at the stockyards two months later paper The deathrate in Florida is lower
I ing with ample money to car" for the match tb.root of the for ''
in this
: country. Of ones.twos .
, e .which- quotes information publishedIn they averaged 170 pounds.Of the extensive building program recently than any, state in the Uniian. Aid nlahlnfis can b. transformed
the Times-Union a few weeks ago: : 90 hogs 43 passed the hard test and adopted by the directors. five ,kinds.and one thousands. there are you can get more ,out. of life while. Into any deeUed

"That t Florida. is rapidly becoming'a : as they were all in good conditionthey Practically the entire issue. will be you are living. You are welcome. color elth one coat ol.
Beware of the who is dissatisfied .
swine-pordncing 'state finds overwhelming brought the top price. The to- taken in Jacksonville. Banker., man ; Florida has an average of 364 .
.... 'a, statementof tal net for thetarload was 3016.72, having up appraised ths're.l estate with his town-or, rather.with' growing'days.' M.n' and women' grow r.ri .. '
te.timo"l- the town in which he lives. It
really
: the .swine or an of 33.62 bead. .here, well as "
average per Just as
grow holdings of the fair and the other assets crops.
,. not his town I It
is if he knocks. However
..ra' association to the effect that the The feeder M. T. Roderick of Ala. gave the opinion that the security I I
God lets tares and wheat
. 'business'. has increased' from $3,000- chug county claims to have made was more than ample to protect together -REMEMBER'THESE RULES. t ; I
but the
winnower
grow,
000 to.$30.000.000-within four the neat sum of'$600 after: deductingthe .
years. the 'investors. Security which grain :
He contemplates! an equally large' in- cost and all upen_. If ninety backs the bond issue amount to states the tares from the good The 3.wIMexicoGameProtective, ia .
when the harvest is gathered.Did 'I Assocla
hogs will show a profit .of $600 net wf
$250,000 and principally consists: of
\
ev.r observe-how cautioussome sportsmen in all sections 'should read
\ on sixty:days' 1,000 hogs at you. f
real fee simple title to which This eotnblAedl'Sfalnraodr
estate
would old bow will and follow. below j ,
people are- they They are printed pt
the rate show a net ,
: FOUND RELIEF same of $ and there are many.is' held by the association.The look up and down the,, street before and''' each ,one ,1s worthy of careful 1 11 t Varnlab produce the) finest ,
derived from the sale '
r results Work.
I money on anyVOod
toms Florida crossing That explain In"part thought : r
in big enough to care may ,
of these bonds will be used for "
,
for 1,000 hogs The Interest in this carry- why they reach old age. : 1. Be"a Real Sperl.man. There'is Require no skill to ftpplT. ,

industry is spreading rapidly to every lug out the building program recently . Fat hogs, marketable sheep, sleekbeef I more honor in giving the game a ***..c.e.IrtT FflM Aft ..... ea ...
) FROM II CATARRH corner of the state." outlined. This inelude.1141 building cattle are the farmers finishedproducts square deal 'than in getting the limit. '.kMOffoas lie caw Mac l. .ail ) ,

; During the past week a number of of- a one-mile track with for harness: which are, in greet demand 2. Make sure it's, a Buck.; If )'OUcan't fUMl Woo Bo4 rsraiTf.,-..
races, grandstand seating 'ca-
: -
these days. 'Syrup.canned fruits, see his horns-she hasn't, any. WMsi.fiUaaiaans
: articles have been published in the ;
pacity of 8,000, stables, quarterfortrainers butter, evaporated fruits etc. 3., --Enforce ,the Game'Law., t ,
J leading live stock and farm Journalsof and a club ,house. Other honey, ,, and .Ajk tor. me Color toldPEAStErdivialsTco.
the North and ''Wilt'In ,regard to also'will included in are. his manufactured products. Game fish are, public property
features be 'theprogram
,1$; Nose and, Head Stopped ,,Up .remarkable. sale of purebred hogs which also 'construction Some hens keep boarders in the! and only a game-hog will take more f
.
,
':.., ; ; Every .Drippings raised by Z;, C. Herlong at of-several additional build shape 'of lice and mites. The energy than his fair' and legal share. Violations .a.ow.ane ,:,'
.\ Back auction absorbed by these parasites will should be reported to the .
nev- nearest
From < Nose Got when'twenty-six hogs sold at ings on the fair grounds. t..1 ; lreasfwlelrsa .a.cnJllVlU&.u.
\I Stomach Irritated. Dreco for $9,84S, the star I sow bringing Most of these. facilities will bftjfe jI> 1 Deputy Warden, Forest Ranger, OSCEOLA HARDWARE
Game. Protective Association.
$1,200 being bid in by a prominent 1. or
; operation during the .approaeh It COMPANY
the .Great Herbal .4. Respect the Ranchman's Prop. \
Remedy breeder. It has also been
t Mississippi fair' season, 'November 22-E9. This You Do Moro- Work
... mstribntprs for Pee-Gee
erty. He the who leave
Gave Relief frequently commented on 1 that Mr.HerloaQ' regards man
.'
particularly to the track "
applies race You are more ambitious and : his Paint Products.HWimeee.Fla.
sold at private the yon get more gatesopen! cuts his fences,
sale
A'fasMns fleeter,writlafabovt'catarrh.' which and a blah-class program of grand enjoyment out of.everything when your 'chases .hilt U..toek or ;-shoots neardwelling. -
eaysi "Wb" the BOM to topped same day ''a sow for $1,600 circuit:: harness racing events wll- bo blood is la good condition. Impurities In 1 .! outlaw. Put t ,
tk/Wa as an yourself __ t
wkMi he also raised on his farm. of fair. The fair
offered patrons the the blood bait I '
bait tbfnt to In4alsd'tn. 'of a very depressing effect on 'in Ms place.;,:.- r
We do not obJ.d'to magazines have declared
tab !. only partially directors nalterab'.y the system causing weakness, .laziness
5. Be careful! with Tour Campfire
Y .. national prominence publishing article gambling features at the
*- against nervousness'and sickness .
pwa kail"k witsad .eprt.'eltwup. > and Matches. One tree will make,
red about Florida but we.would a '
| prefer track and the races will be run strictly QROVB'S TASTELESS Chill
fit '"." of tfc* throat ..,pclpin. them to publish facts and all the as events of the most wholesome reatorea.Ener' and TONIC million matches:: ; one match can burn recently constructed. Great; Interest:
ti apt 0 d..be. Vitality by Purifyingand '
see $ facts.. It is not enough that they kind.without thin objectionable practice. . Enriching the Blood. When feel a million trees. being taken in'pasture'grasses' and'a
you 6. Leave 'a Clean Camp and a number e4 demonstration
Tampa..re !: comment freely. on the scrub steer .- Us strengthening.:Invigorating. effect sea plots of
; which'"we still have -with us, but Clean Record. Unburned garbage, Napier Sudan and Rhodes grasses .
MBM4 1. 100'a ".".at-'rrpo bow It brings color to the cheeks and how
. and "breken laws
plus 1.t* say throat from u.e bet of mr .1 which is passing rapidly, but we i I Gadsden' County: Some farmers of it Improves the appetite you will. then poor oent are being conducted. A dairy association n
Boo adno' would like to have them tell the other ." this county will build new air-tight appreciate Its true tonic value. for a sportsman to has been formed at Crystal Springs,
k*>* of the,/story and describe leave,.behind him. and will co-o with the at
a4 It wjnld tk BMM tin t* e.t UraKi; part cribs or remodel their old ones so GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC hooded one
,,' cleared ..li> .,.* moat of tk* Urn was some of the' big fenced ranges where that they can treat the corn for the Is not a patent medicine. It Is Dade City. stock of all
simply
.fool, *Bd. I BIT kaow*of. the w.Mneite.'krUBBlt. pipl- sad from a hundred thousand to half a weevils. looking) \well, IRON and QUININE suspended In Strop COUNTY AGENTS' REPORT. kinds being introduced.

it-lilDg froBi taklns milion 'dollars' worth of fine j i grade and it is believed an average crop So pleasant even children like It. The Putnam County: Fall planting of Seminole Sanford) Trucking operations -
bweret a botti*. At tk* .:tHf ofo;W Gnat'' and pure bred cattle pure' bred hogs, will be made. Th re" ..con.ide.bNintere.t blood needa Quinine to Purify and IRON truck crops, such an Irish potatoes in the district well

41 V.V1, impr battle**f..fIt. Oa rldt Its seede r j <.*. sheep and goats are being well cared in erecting curing houses to Enrich It. ,These reliable tonio prop cabbage and onions, has begun andthe ;{ started. A large acreage of lettuce
Biack toppd t mr breath was ..s.ter for and show the improvement that for sweet potatoes. Plans are being erties never fall to drive out impurities laThe indications are that there will be and celery will be planted. Seed beds -
sad tk* SrlpplBS Back 1*... I wa o0- is resulting from this kind of care.,> perfected to erect a community, storage the blood. a heavy planting .these crops! doing well. Corn and hay being has .
: tlBBlBST the treatment and fort that I wtI.. It ,the Country Gentleman will house at Greensboro to.take care Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S this fall. Much interest is beinggiven ve.ted. and both crops are.about nor- .L'
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r a* I was." *- Florida in November, have him visit the favorite tonic hi tt ousandsk of homes. at the state fair' this fall.; The in this county.

Dre of acts tk* BOB dlrtetlr bad OB..eatarrkal.... eeadfttou .tomek. -- the tate: fair and seethe hundreds A want ad. in the Valley Gazette More than., thirty-five years ago folks county agent has secured the assistance I

. a. aIrtee quickly> .QeNd". tk*' .of piire bred'animals raised in Flor- will rent :your spare rooms.Colds would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S of a committee of business men i. The residents i are coming...
r Mood aV| Utd to tk prtarkr > ida and owned by .the progressive TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a to co-operate with him in this work. .
>* ft* tonle<< action U BOOB flt sirlnsprogapt f.rmer..and. breeder. and then extend member of their had Malaria'or
family Sub-committees
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i' kaJlt. ..d If the sae/.eau.- Cans* Orfrand ffitioeu* farmers every Tbs OobdM Th*. Best W Affect till..IUsa.e.oa .
his visit to-half dozen of the needed a body-building. .
yep often e.w permanent nUal. : a strength-giving community will assist in getting up
.a.-- ..... M au ........... sad III klgkty1so.mm.dd big :farms and.ranches, the ..tatearid' LAXATIVE BXOUO QtnStttt TabMs MCMveta tonic..The formula Is just the same today the exhibit' viva B&OMO of its tool QUUUNB sad Iaatl..Sect.. *tnt*.!. .t.AXA.S.,.. '

.r:. to tbb vitas ... write honestly of,what, he sees CBBI* 'Tkor la eatr onrome" Odessa'Lw.CROvr'g.ls and you can let It gram aq ydrugscot. Pasco County: ,Hay and corn crops Qnlnto. .B4.fli not C.OM sse.oM.0ft... m.r* ."

:=. .CENTRAL DRUG STOlE here; we will b* .perfectly satisfied. ..'eeabsL lear .. 60o. per.bottle. being harvested.:' number. of silos 1 100&rl..w.la ht a.SlMMmbm the tall .. Mind '
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The second coming of Christ now '
looming up and to accord with the
Dictates el a certain class of scrip.
tonans the time is not far distant '
Well, what would follow if the bleued -
Savior should again visit this .
earth? Our prayers end: "In the
name_and mediation of Jesus Christ, ,-
our rnoat 5Ipssed Lord and .Sa>fcor," ..... 1''
The assertion that He comes it .. .. ,;I .' '" 4, .... ,.. I'

great with]] lIim.power He and came glory before correspond with all More than OSatisfied Users 1v 'I

these attributes, and He must be the ;

same gentle, loving Savior as then '..
Will He not come to save? f'

his With terrible all agony His spirituality on the cross He cried, in 'DELCO-LIGHT was designed and built by men wboIt required five years to develop a plant that would,

out: "Eli, Eli, Lama Sabachthani were raised in farm homes-who experienced the discof measure up to, these specifications.

My Forsaken God, Me.My God and after Why all Hast this Thou Hit c4laandinaOTvenienc soffaTnilile-- ndwhoseiout There were five years of hard engineering eff'ort'back of,

last words were "Father, forgive deliberately years ago to develop an electric plant that DELCO-LIGHT before the first plant was put on 'the .

them, for" they knoweth not what would provide city advantages'for rural communities. market three and a half yes ago. J
they do. He loved us, loved. those
that were persecuting Him. 1 'They were the same men whose engineering talent had Today DELCO-LIGHT is furnishing tie conveniences;

We human.Sometimes give way to temptation.doubt the providence Thatis 1 made DELCO Starting, Lighting and Ignition Equipment and comforts of electricity to more than Seventy-five. ;

of/God, human nature. We for automobiles the standard of the wotId"n1ousand farm homes ;'
often gee' discouraged, so did the
blessed Savior in His agony: on the ,They knew electricity--and they knew the needs and It is providing an abundance of clean, bright, econom ']

cross. Therefore, should he come ical electric: light for these home It is furnishing power '
,limitations of farm life- -
again, it would be a blessing rather t
than a curse,' and the very idea of to pump water operate washing machine ,churn, separator ( ,1 x
this meaning the end of the world They knew that an electric plant to give service in. vacuum cleaner, electric iron, milking machine,' ?, r

appears of things.A to Rex. to be out of the- order 'farm home must be simple, so that it would not get out and other sans,U, machinery. ,for

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prove td, almost but when anything we remember you can aoolyit that It must be easily operated and require little attention cy <
with God, there is no past and future '
but an everlasting. Now it certainly \ It must be:very economical operation- ., .At -

does based not on appear book to selling Rex, if by prophecy which- It must be built to stand hard 'tissg+t.and it must last ':r .. ,r .

wealthy book companies are to reapa IDddiDitd7DELCOUGHT'- .. ..-. -
rich reward could cause us to be
uneasy about this prophecy business,
for that's exactly what it is.
There has been a decided improvement -
in the weather condition. Cool
nights and not a warm day createsa
change which certainly helps the .. 4r

feeling.Rex uaylrM' ......r Jb-Af'-./prsrllwt1.vFi.le eld.os.rry ..wK"s al' ,

\has recently been visiting his .s., .. bf ... If I aos1 isniaN .r --e.- ..e Ilse ra r r W- ..
old friend Joe Smith. The old gentleman "" f
Ara,-,... u-I D UIy-RVns fN KMMOSXftf
Is still suffering from an attack .... Qtlnas .. ,
,of paralyala.which ,was received ,' ..,1, ,, .. ." "* ., "

wife many is years as she ago ever and has his been.faithful, the J.,$.. Year by,.309 North Orange Ave, Orlando. Fla. (Defiler) .', "' $' ?;i.

faithful nurse and waiter. ;'

Mr.i Smith was an old Confederate. CJau Nolan, 916 Main ,St.,. Jacksonville, Fla. (Distributor. ) ,
soldier and receives' from',the- State! j
315 per month, and his wife receive* \
$b per month from this This
amount is supposed to furnish them f.'h D.-AI. rdan.l g Gaps.,; Dpw.OYw Wk.. W DELCO4JCHT :tr.i..ar
food and clothing and medicines.
Winter will soon be here and that
y.rifleman Is without clothing' to
beet it, and at the present high cost z.-.. .

01 everything it 4ocif as it they '- > 0 -', -- .
must suffer. '
Our neighbors Mr. Briggs andfamily I . -
,, show no disposition to find good looking, we might expect. |the most Ingenious contrivances we estimated yalne of which%wu$98" harm welcome. qw.nt7'r0). of lh. ''a r. Railroad.
fault with our climate. They have: Young Tindall is said to have one have ever witnessed and the Idea 184,8b': ..;;. ' ".1_ Bit d.talled'aCCO1J1t\ of.the incidents ',, lees" AdditionFlorida a strip '"elm, tom..lram, feet four.'.-*>
H fine garden, we might call it, although !' h\1J1drec1-\ mule ,teams at Work''with and work is all his own. The southern, division of the Red of the trip .make most interest'big cheaoff the ffortheaet41lt : ,, aide. oi, aald, +
.... it is not a --,n .tabl., the I th., Hopkins mill" when it was ,de-i, Our neighbor Mr. .Clark, has one Cross, Including.women in the states reading. t Four <4). hand. .'
.. banana fc being them -' prominent: stroyed by flre. -'.Whether it will'be of the most attractive yards that you of Georgia'North\ Carolina- South Lon Which the petition application for suck will be"' .-.ew up.oft
plant f.nnd-there.' :%""r"' rebuilt' I. still an.open question.. 'will.find,in 'the.city. 'It.has the appearance Carolina, Florida and Tennessee, had Don forget the) Tlsalmmee Volley file la said Court.Compaar'B .c
This mMrsalraimad'itrlke, ( is a 'Our ice plant continues'in good of being a forest, the different no. small part in this great task Gazette office doe fine printing..,I Dated. 8e t.mbel"l8tll.A. A. 1.1t." "
strange thing- Just''listen The emPlOY form. Mr. still .the kinds is articles valued J'LQRJIINCJD L 8AVA Jl..!. s
Butler upholds ,of tree. represented producing. 10,390,796 I L_ G....,..:
..* are receivingabout-W> cent business'In'"his usual method, which ,beyond Rex's power to tell. at. a total of P,81,283. ,
per/ hour, and working '.lcht.'houn' all recognise as'being.straight, honest I The ;Democratic, Rooster appears to It is said that, '8,000.000, 'women' =iERE AT HoME NOTICS9;OS APPLICATION. IPOA,TAX m
per' day,' aDd they,:want'"11.10'pet ; ana sensible. ',John Cornell still .think that our people''',tail to notice and' girls participated. in, this work : : .iF ,.,. 011I11I0.
hoar and $5 Viper day. Poor fellows; they knows what his part of the work Is, Duff to about '.with their feathers among them' that,the Red' Cross ,is Kwd.... atlaesu-Gladly 'Testify purchaaer Tea CertlBeatea'
are pitied.We '. and never falls to carry It out. ruffled, complaining of the cold, counting\ on'\enlisting a.r large part Noe. 40( and 4.( dated the Snd dar oi;
called at Son Sylvester's the Edison has left home to.assume while girls and boys. still go- barefooted of the million workers for the Third "and Coaftdeatly'RocomlaeedDos.'r July A. ''n. 1511, aaa filed said certlflcate -

other jnornlng andibad the ,pleasure centrol of s business which-will( ;1\"be and the dudes .still wear their Red Cross, Roll 'pall.?:November. 2-11._ Pills.'it Kidney." i In .my for.office tax deed and to has laau;male In application accordance , h:
of meeting F'Lonnie ,:Bronson. Lonnle heard from, before'many moons.t:. white'shirts and shoes and hat, and ,_ with law. Bald eertlBeateaembrace
married .several : ago, Mabbette' street Is of, the' finest the follow)us1 deaerlbed prop k''
:: years 0 one don't appear to walk any, faster .than "If the
like followinl'that
and' the little fellow that, represents in the city: Those who live thereon they did in the hot sun. . DR. CHRISTIE HASRETURNED. has testimony placed Doan's Kidney Pillsso arty .situated-.to-wlt III tiots Oaeeola Blarht (County'Florida I)> and
the addition to the family, was also are among the best people found One.of our mpst'' pleasant, appointments TO TARSUS far above' When Nine (I) of Block JO) of Hotel Site, i
competitors.
present-the 'finest looking little fellow within or without the\burg,,,*,It; extends I is our royaj suppers at ,PaulGodwin's. Klaalmmee Park. The said land beIn -,
a'day-; I I \ people right here at home raise their .......4 at the date of the l....-.
hav.'seen"la'many : ,office to
from the Gaiette
we Way 'Paul is
a splendid provider '
'voice in praise! there is no room left' ance of said eertlfloatee In the names
Laa Lonnie and Maud 'rave'' -both out west;_ .f.V ,, "'..". f- :: and an: .all-round\ good fellow, and Readers of the Gazette will remember for doubt. 'Read the public statement of C. A. Btower. and EL K. Banford.Unleea .
- y ; W. bad the pleasure of calling upon 'hit good lady is .certainly a,fine cook. that ,nearly three years ago of Kisslmmse'citiieni "i said certificates shall.bed redeemed n
our old friend, John L. We ait to their table but Rev. Thomas D., Christie, D. D., a a accordingto law,
never down
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.. I J. E. Bass Bermuda Av., says: will laaue thereon on th. ITth. .day of
at his office on business, Oventr""I what wo have a.,,good meal* Congregational, minister who watpresident "I used Doan'a Kidney Pills off and October.. Av D. 1.1.. ' -*
of college 1D.Tarsus Asia .. '
with a I 3. OVER8TRBBT.:
r him the same Rex could give more but'cossiders VI
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.. Kissim- on. for: some and I' know theyare :
Minor short time in years Clerk Circuit-Court. Oaoeola County,
'have known. spent a r
meanor we possess that this is just about all the Valley .
a remedy of merit. I have had Florida.CIRCUIT : '
To abort a cold ,since our first\ acquaintance. 'I wants this time. REX. mee guest of Mrs. Farmer on Mab I kidney trouble for several years and ( ', COURT' 8BAL. ) It-It;
bette street, and' while here preached .
that
There is no strange appearance '
II at'times I suffered with
'' : hat to' be assumed by- 'our'worthy several times in the, Presbyterian severely a ..
An lame IMOTICB .CRKPITOna. 1'a
and Agreeable Surprise. and achIng back.Doan's Kidney
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clerk when he acts the gentleman, church to the great-delight of these ft .
its natural. "About three years ago when I who heard'him., H'f >r\. 'u :j Pills have benefited 'me whenever l, Crt .f the C.a.b ..I..... 0.-1. fnC
i plications. take . Meanwhile our Valley 'Gaxette ap. was suffering from a severe cold on Dr. Witherspoon has,just?receiveda an attack'of, this trouble has'comtf ,'" *..ty. 54.5..1. rlerlda- Hi V
'pears to please our people and almost . my lungs and coughed most of the copy;of the) Riverside, '(Calif.) .Enterprise on me. 'I keep supply of Doan''Id la .-. R.oa..f--S3. M.11.v.: S '
every one Rex meets in any time night and day. I' tried a bottleof which publishes a letter the house aU the, "time, and am, glad To all, -Credltora.' l. ..
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and received from Dr. Christie giv to recommend it. t... and ,all Pereone hang Claims.
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asks the
like. freedom question '
thing just Price Demands asralnat eald Katatet ,
Me., at all dealers. Bong or ;
,at the with
was surprised promptness an account of his and arrival .
'Have you read the Valley Gazettethis voyage Ton.. mnd each 'of you, are hereby ,d
week?" and always have something which it gave me relief," writes :Mrs. at Tartus after an absence of. ask for a kidney remedy getDean's notlSed altd''r.gnir.dtd, present. any +.
refer to that they have seen James .Brown,. Clark Mills, N. Y. three, or four years. Kidney Pills--the same 'That cmlma and 4emanda i which. you! or .!
to Mr. Bass had. Foster-Milbum: Co. elthe. of you. may hare' against the
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I Many another has been surprised and Dr. Christie went from this placeto I
i there. .tat. of K. D.Mailoy,deceaeed,Ute of fO.e.ola
pleased with the relief afforded Mfgrs., Buffalo K. Y. ,
understand that tourists 'prompt Constantinople soon after the war County. Florida, te.the Uaderalrned -
We'
our this Admin .tratrla of.aald..tat.,
by remedy.WOINEN' began to make an appeal In behalfof
population this year is 'to be'lm. within from the date hereof.
two year! .
S menu, and one gentleman from the Armenian' people 'and was forbidden , LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.GUARDIAN'S ,Qate4."pt., lib, A u8.lr -
man of wealth andn $ 'PART IN RED CROSS to return. ;: T:
.North a .
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comrade of Rex I. to make He came to America Instead, andas -.t.
I old WAR. WORK. NOTICE TOSKULKBAt.KSTATBV ,
I soon as the armistice was signedhe '
his future residence In our city. or RxsnotrrocvFo f
.. With 'Atlanta Ga.-st. 24-8trlJdnc set to the task of getting a passport ( ...... DIM......)
domiciled
,We are still our .M"Crfi .,
which took him and half Crt 4.da State
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\ old friend Wm. Temple. The'old indications of,the war achievementof months, and then it took him threemore Fieri' Oe oe a7 C)_.ty., tm. Coed .."i.-: t::;;.4.rJ.4A tate
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gentleman has constructed ,ill;bed on the women of America Is contain the I "" ; .,; ,..,,rl.fN., ONe.t. ,c-tT.,' -
months to make journey I. Be ...t .t i'ii.s.I14'' ?
The purified and refined rockers which may he "presented to ed in that announcement' from National back Tarsus where ho received a ,, 7 .1_.. .. Savage.i :: ' t. 'W Be .'.-of Klbetdce"Notice '.... .
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S. office.; It is one'of Red Cross'headquarten-tbat in NoUe.-'I ilrhenlIt .
the U. patent -- errhabitual : 'h.r0b J' (ven''I6"al \la hereby slr.n. to all wfenofK .
.' calomel 'and ,,garments for the Rederoes" CoewUpatlosi Cared a. Guard I.. .ftb.Z.tat.ol CHI of November. A. D. 111. I shall apply,
nauseales. safe and cure. u ,No.Worms la a Health? Child : ,la 14 to 31 Days'"LAXp.c.WrrH '' vine Zll. Savajr* a minor "will, on to the Honorable T. 1C. Murphy, Juda-e
An oandna troubledwka. wsms haw en- to the, value of'nearly' $100- the Ilth dar of October. A. D. i11r of said Court aa Judge of Probate,' forSay r "
, virtue retained acaKay eotar.which Indicate*mat blood Bad ae a 000.000.' PEPSIN Is specially apply to the Ron.,T. 1C. .Murphy County final discharge aa Exeontrl of the ,
Medicinal la or lee* eMmech dkeaerbuaa ', During the" 'twenty-four months) prepared'' Syrup Tonic-Laxative tor HabitualOnnsrlnaaon. Judge. In and for said Count, at .tat. of Eld ride. Libby d.t eas.dt
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4 and inipro.d.' Sold naa there .mere 'It but hie office In KlMlmn' tn said Coun and that at the aame time I will preawent ,
CKOVTS TASTELESS Chill TONIC tJer4Marirfar ending' last April 80, the Red Cro.sch.pter' relieves'promptly I Sal of
o'clock nv, er as soon any account aa Kxeevtru
only' in-sealed package., Mar throe weeks will enrich the blood Im ,workers turned out' 876,174825 ,- should:be taken regularly for 14 to SI days th.rett.r a*: the in-tt. can be heard said .tat., and ask for their .spprovDated -> .
I ..-1JIe.......,aad act_,General Stteoatbeatos ,- *
y *' surgical dressings' hospital gar to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and for authority. to .11. at-..bUe or private '
Price 35c. Tonic te the whole yete-*. If_will 0- and knitted Regulates. Very Pleasant to Tale. goo' ..,., the feltowlne; 'aeaerlbed real . "lIae 'Uta; a.-MSfr .
throve*er.....!..--a.d 1M Ckfld wfll*. mints-refuges garments estate i In ,aid-County, to-wltl. ] ,. .' : T UUL
-- III prk.t IIeUdI. ...sset W Saba .es B.tbactiar_ comforts! for soldiers' and sailors. the pat.bottle.. l'M LoU,Four .CO, and, ,r ,e (I) o BlockJ' tl-e-arm-t-me., ,? Kzeemtrbbt ,
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: NEWS AND NOTES FROM 8T, CLOUD THE "WONDER CITY" Located Kissimmee'sBUSIE'aT

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.. :jNarcoosse ; were in our city shop- visitors'at i Eustis last, Saturday and Good Ideals .
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think of, : 'ping on Monday .sunday. ,
.,i :i. ., I I Mr. Guesses and small son came Mr. and Mrs Bert Gessford are at
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; GR.ANTHAMTHAT'S : : I" Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson were are necessary every "
visiting friends in Winter Haven last BARTON LAKE Cookers .re.'u.t' the right thing' for the kitchen. No other piece of '.
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,,\ Monday furniture is more ;important to the housewife than these. They have :.
:J Mr. and .Mrs. Bert Houser, of Orlando Mr. Bob Smith returned to Jacksonville ' '
,? were visiting friends in St. last Saturday after spend stood the test of time, and multitudes of satisfied ladies praise them. ; :,

OUR BUSINESS : Cloud( last Sunday, ing a week's vacation with. his broth) 'We have* three sizes: now in stock. ' ,;
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Mrs. W. I. Barber of Carolina station er, Kirby Smith, at their old home

i 'We.have a i complete.ljne and can fix; : : Mr., was J. W.in our Thompson city on and Tuesday.Mr. Graq- I place School on] Barton at this Lake.place is making $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

you from the parlor the kitchen '. tham of Kisslmmee, were here this (food 'progress. All seem to like
up "
? : week in the interest of their busi their teacher, Miss Edith Belknap .
nesses. Marion Tindall came home from DON'T RUB THE SKIN OFF YOUR FINGERS .
I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mann came in Key West last week where he has -.J:.
M trying to shell when furnish with Black Hawk
corn we can you a
: ]last Thursday from Palmetto and
1 served in the navy for the past two
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I ', are in their home on Pennsylvania years. Corn Sheller at a low price. It will shell more corn in ten minutes
J No Trouble Show Good "
,to /avenue. Our boys have all returned from
than can shell by hand all day therefore get one.
... : Dr. Ernest Penn, lately"* returned I service now except Alonz Hart and you
i. : :,, .from service, arrived on Monday to Loyal Lane, and Mr. Lane has just
: visit 'his parents, Mr. and Mrs. received from his
- a son
ti G'I message- $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ,
IW Penn.
i !Loyal, saying he arrived at Brooklyn -
W. B.: Crawford of Klesimmee.was N. Y., Sept..22. on the transport ..
l C. H. GRANTHAM 7** :'I" our city on business Saturday last.(President Grant. if. will stop o<<: in RATTAN COUCHES.

e. Satisfactory Storm moving Mr. and into Mrs.the E.Porter A. Cowger flat this are and Tennessee Lane for relatives a visit, and with will his reach DyerI We have just gotten in, an invoice" of those Rattan Couches that

.4 r : week. I home about Oct. 16th. are so much sought after in this climaate. They are light cool and
W Mrs. Towelton died Sunday night. I .Last night the Barton Lake '
The funeral was held Wednesday af- people turned Friday out to celebrate the comfy They add immensely to comfort in hot weather and are f

ternoon from the Methodist church I home coming of Marion Tindall and scarcely less handy in winter time. They're useful all the year round.
t ......... ....... .. .......00.00... .0..00000. rf Lloyd Baxter of Center, Colo., arrived |the 16th birthday of Miss Lygia ,
here Tuesday to Join, his wife. Lane. All the neighbors and friends ,I
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
They will have charge of the hotelat
at the school house and
leathered -
Deer Park for awhile. ( bountiful the old n}
No Increase in Price spread a supper on
Mrs. Frost Wright of Deer Park,I picnic table. Everybody could\ eat GASHUM AND SUSETTE. J
4 Is in town sick this week, and is at ,
and talk all they wanted to and
*\> .Gashum in the other day suffering with pain. "I
the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. seemed to enjoy the evening meal outdoors came was

; llanen. then the bell rang and the monkeying with my car and gave my shoulder an awful wrench" )
A Miss Lillian Mays has recovered crowd marched in for an hour's singings .
'. ,of Ice from a very severe cold, being confined -' with Lizzie Lane and Mrs. Kirby he explained, '.1 f

to her bedall last weekl but isl Smith as organists, after which the "Why, that must be a monkey wrench then!l" Exclaimed Sus-
better, and again in s week: i younger set' spent an hour playing
Miss Emma Murphy is visiting games out in the yard. All voted the +
vh't -+ friends in ,JJbkeUnd this week. double celebration a success.
'k Miss Ma\Ue, Wilson of Colt1j bus.I
,1. and t and Ohio arrived" here last week and Is "DADDY LONG LEGS" AT ette.Osceola
| Buy Tickets save time money.
1 the truest of Mr. and Mrs. James Hardware Co.
$' r 'Tickets'on sari ty drivers of wagons at' the following prices: Goff, during hr vacation. CASINO NEXT FRIDAYOne
_
Capt. and Mrs. Frost who have
.21 5c Tickets'good;, *for 10 tt>. each____L_______________$ 1.00 been visiting their two sons in New of the funniest of all the humorous -

.6 2l10c. Tiekett.'good for 20 lbs each____________________ 2.00 York this summer, returned home things with which MaryPickford'e
Monday.Mrs. 1 new and best feature
,; ;' :2225c Tickcti.I.'I. oa.for 50 ft>s each____________________ S.OO F. W. Kenney, who has been '"Daddy Long I jgg" which will be .
*f visiting relatives and friends in Ohio seen at th-xCasinoTiext Friday, is
,:.i and Pennsylvania this summer, arrived loaded in (a series of syenes in which
home last week. Mary, as Judy Abbott, takes too
I
Driver are 'I Instructed, to give full weight. Complaints will ret much hard cider. I

t \ ceive.prompt!attention. \ The funny little "dr\jnk"\ is not indulged -
: r
,
in by Judy Abbattfilie orphan --
r child Miss Pickford playsVAvithmal-
BUTLlR
ti .R.J.,; ., Manager Buy and Sell ice aforethought. It/intppens that
she and a funny little orphan with a j
'r' KISSIMMEE ICE ft COLD STORAGE CO. ,
: I. very freckled face have just lead a ,
"prune strike" in which they have
... ., .. .....0..0..00.00..00..00.0..00..00.. Bought to obtain better food for the I
-- -- Old Hats children of the asylum, who are fed 'THE UNIVERSAL CAA

., ,,,,. .' on thin soup and prunes.
Prohibition Matron Spoils MJag"
The tyrannical head matron has =Most of the Gas Companies throughout the

3 Takgrapi drdefs 'Pres ptly Attended'. Open Day and Nit @ won the battle, being a large woman country use a fleet of Ford Runabouts. The
; able to dominate the cowering little .
of other
same is true big corporations The
who of the
waifs are charges institution -
.Ante HearstEISELSTEIN
'. and to punish Judy and the lit Reasons are very practical. The Ford Runabout ;
of all kinds. Also buy and sell tie boy who aided her in encouragingthe ,Ss4he most economical solution of quick transportation

f J children to strike, the matron from manufacturer to retailer. For

1 old Coats and 'Pants,, to sell at a puts them in the yard with nothing soliciting business for the Collector for the
to eat. A thief who has-been stealIng
-
7 : 'i"t 4 from av passing wagon throws -Doctor/Contractor Builder and almost every, '-

,- .\ '.. : J!ROSe.J: reasonable price. Also Cleaning over the fence a jug of hard cider, ,other line of business activity, the Ford Runabout -' .

V:, "'.." .' mlW" -: ,w 'V' I j ,( i and some sandwiches. Is really a necessity. We solicit your order
I' ' '11 1IIIiIi\! 'i! : .i! : and'Dyeing all kinds done.O.T.SJMPKINS, Judy and the boy have been pray for one or more. We ask"your repair business.*
\ifs Funeral Direetors'(1Ernbahners? ing for, food. They thinkthis dropped
.. Weiwould like motor business.
,. your accessory
r,': i. -........ .. .> from Heaven, and proceededeat to S We can serve we{believe : best
: and drink into you tAt'OW'
without inquiring
si : f" ...
: CLOUD FLORIDA $ the nature of' the donation. So it advantage. 4

,. ,, happens that in this most Innocent -
: 1 way both children became happy,'' OSCEOLA MOTOR COMPANY ...
Yy 1\\ es t :, One_ Block From? Depot. Miss Piekford's portrayal of the ..urPrised 307-9 "','

-, who punishes her enemies ,BROADWAY _'

f { "., I ., gives jam to all the: childrenand .
PHONE 165 FLA.
:'ff, ., Office sad Raldaa 'P! .. .
-" wonderfully done.., , i

. i.li: ., ".,.,,, !. .. '. ,,"" ,,-" :! .. . . .. .... I : "bits"It is.she only does one In this of the picture masterful which 5. 5,

--- Fbk"s : ii carries Judy; .the orphan from her
BOX'FOR'MLSSION cLots birth to her marriage to a rich man
YiIi.L' PACK to send them, phone Mrs. G. W. Per- who sends her to college. '
who -
will call for them.
.4 SCHOOL. '. tons The . 1 S .l
boar is to be sent off soon .1
,
: . The ,]Missionary, Bodety'' :"of the 103 and 104 KISSIMMEE CONCERT JUND
Captain F. B.Patrlckof St Petersburg
.3'e
V Methodist church '! packing1 a ''box ,\who has recently: returned South. of Range 28 APPRECIATES SUPPORTThe .." :: : Y--1.'
.
.
..
of dothlcaD4..toocLlorthe, Wolfe
.1\-. from Italy 'where.< he served In the Orange Center Kissimmee Concert Band -
Mission School and the Wesley'Honat ,
Red Cross :for more than a :year,.being wishesto heartily thank the
.Tampa,I t and would appreciate in' of the stores : people
charge and transportation MAKE ME AN OFFER ,
.
Kisslmmee<
for'their liberal'finan
,gifts .Trora y-ODe Interested In this 'for"1Wt the>> fighting line ,.. . .. ,
vial support and the ,
work. Canned goods of all kinds are wasu Kiislmmee Wednesday', ,the encouragementshown
fn
needed and aleeplnc'earmata for M. H. EATON us duringthe soliciting of
t, .,.children! and bedding'' are Interest Redcro."the. '.membership, 'drive'forthe of this fund,. We did not realize beI I C. A. CARSON President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary
: "
.
: : f fTHE
'Articles should be :fent'to' Rogers'Cafe '. ,- ; Blue-.. FreA.,., ,., Somtjk, Dakota". fore In -what esteem the band\was '
or In event It la not convenient Subscribe for.the Valley Cagette. held b'l'all the people, ahd we assure :.t-

:. i .. .......-.-. .... ',' his)ron feeling.'very best' efforts. to'merit" WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO.: :;

,.. ' ,,' . The' first concert of the season will
.:' ." . p . be given Sunday; afternoon Oct.' 6th, Wholesale; and. !lelaan..ten ;in
, > -. at 6 .o'clock. Concerts' Tuesday
.' : .. ; : every "
.
J '" 'J -.1//, .. -and Thursday nights at' 8:30: ;j
. :",Y '. .t . o'clock and Sunday. .5 o'clock. GROGERIBSSELL ;
::" The band;is 'making_an effort to '
., have the
". /" band stand enlarged and
,
I ,
N. J S,1' J I rebuilt and-.work will probably start
I" 1
t within a week or twos
, "
.
: :
Additional Subscribers to Band
, f " ..." , Fund. 04000004 + 0 00 + 00 0000004000000 ;
: ,rt''''tk'ti: t t State Bank ._____________.$ 60.00 '.' .' 0 r "', + 'fs,

Waters A Carson's/Grocery.... 50.00 ,. WE- 0 BUY : r j,. "
> ___L___ ___ WE. ,, +
,
'+ Citizens Bank- - 25.00Dr. .' --- - .. ,' -- -
The Married d Man .' J. W. Simpson........__ 15.00 : : '
\ E : Young Dr.:' H. S. Geiger__________._ 10,00Kissimmee 'P HAY BIDES ./ *,
\ ,
: Valley Gazette.: 10.00'. + :

lV 't Reed's- Bakery ______________ 10.00 0 GRAIN Y. v ; j*< Dr. W. L. Winn.__-.________ 10.00. .FURS .k'. .....
,
t .. .. .. ,, '
HS 4StEyery + .. '
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W. L. Davis._____________. 10.00 + ' ,'
Johnston Garrett...__.... 10.00'. FERTILIZERS \ :
s ,I' : ,timeyoUjwaste; : a ,dollar! .you are doing something more than Claud Harper: ________-___. 10.00'.... '+ WOOL -r 'l. :' :' '" ,'

.spending a'doIJaif... You are 'spending.your future home. Every W B' Crawford_______.._____ 10.00; SHINGLES 0 0 +. ':
\ { : H C Stanford ____:. 8.00 ,. . + AND . I.1 \ .
_ Dr.' C. :A. Dunaiyiyh..,_._ 6.00 ,
time ;.ou'pTace'dollar in. your'Interest'Account at the Citizens; Bank W. 'O. .___________.__ 6.00 0 ORANGE BOXES s0 .. .,'. w.\. .w.- ,C Z j ,,
Price ..______ f( r J 5(;' :
Cut Grocery 6.00
.. bring your'home'that much oearerto' assthat ,
',i.. .you : you., Just home J.- R. Gilbert.:_______._____ 5.00'. ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE' ) AI.'f' ; : .'3
will be:built 'brick' by brick.1-or'.board by* just J. W Oliver..!.__________ 1i.00. R. "I' ,
yes : board so you should A. :7. 'Snodgraa_.....__.._ 6jOOW. : : "' .)J
i .' .- A. Joiner.__. ____... __ 2060 ; CRATES .COUNTBT :
i A: buildup 1n Account dollar by dollar .. : : 'r ..
your ereat, jti the '., "" .p. -11\1
t' Cash _, ___?-...-._.__.?.. 2.00'. 4- f' '. ."...J', ,
., TE.-lA.ILS-. + .
PRODUCE
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: GOOD SCREEN VILLAIH.. f,1 ..
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t > $' I itizenB: nk George' McDaniel .Is1 a screen villain 004000 + 00 + + ..+ + 0 + 400 + .'. .0 .'' ,:
: who'ball the ability 'to make himself : .
.'do.itaMrasew DEPOSITSINSURED cordially disliked, by'.every spectator ....' t,
I,: { '. ',' . .: '. Which Is the trde test of screen viltny. We sell Field and Garden Seeds of'all'kind .,; ' - .,1.J1oecI1

J;,.' OF, ,KISSIMMEE'' '1. 7nTl' fl it.'" i frvnn Ab ffrt 1 e- iftt "*'0* to fitting out hunting tad camping parties. .
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;, nest limitsPhone : ,
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) : .. .. "wYI Casino Theater Tuesday, he has tweare
n..aWIit7. sr oto
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