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 10, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00928
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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. ebJourned'regular: U Sheriff" Ingram had a IInly'raee .
., .. ... the city council was held ,M"-eclnllli..1 nth a .fleeingblack Monday which -
------ .' night, to complete :the .unfinished, wound up by,,,placing; ''the negro op -
Tn1 c discussing the bulkhead' matte j ordering equipment... business of. the nlghtbef: the road .gang for,six months.* J' Dr.: W.< B. Witherspoon representingxthe deliberate ,eona d.ratlon, given' to this!
\<* ,,, atthcity: :council Tuesday- night" -it j J, The':whole matter, was,referred'to .The principal; subject discussed waswbetberror ale Mr; Ingram wupassing a colored MinUteriaV Association, of question; that, ways'and' mean be
was brought out that the heavy rains the bulkhead committee, composed of ",not, -A. .J?, MacDonough .restaurant be'noticed two negroes Kiasimmee, appeared before, the city provided and plans adopted whereby:
" during 'the pat rftrmmer hare''' soraited Councilmen Breaker Floyd and Arnold bulkhead engineer, should receive a '\ .one of fait; immediately bei council'Tuaday.night and presenteda a suitable momorla1.- amply commensurate -*,'
the water in 'the 'lake a. to ,. 'with, power to .act, further payment,, of t&OO according to Tunning .* as possible. The- .resolution' from that body request with these. sacrifices . y
'. preclude the practicability of using his statement te date September' 80. ear', said .be immediately gars and lags, may be provided,,that i
" k the former levela, th. high watermark PROMINENT SPEAKERS TO' The matter'being brought' up v by .* but lost sight, of his man near meet-ingof : will be a credit to the, city ands. Joy
:, fore the .umntsrhavng been OCTOBER th '"cl.rkChairman Fox, made ,clear bora, of A. D. Gilbert. Sheriff means''' for providing a suitable per forever' In 'all our hearts .to.
; I\ more than. a' foot above the grade BE HERE ON 25 his .position by' quoting various ds- Ingram,made a' round -oJ the block manent memorial to those of our cft- We have thought of ,a.: Memorial '
.' .I ,f;; stakei. . 'Dr. 'W. 'vBlackman, 'p..ident'of Icisiens'from the coUl'ttt' which in his and tracked theman under the house. Isms who endured the hardships Hall a* a suitable expression for'
'!{; In"the' meantime-the bond have the Florida Live Stock Association, opinion tended to show that the city where a fresh mound. of dirt was vis performed the labors and rendered inch purpose, a building that: would r
f. been sold and the contract let for the and 'Mr. 'C.'S. Ucker executive vice-I]could I not lawfully pay Mr. Mac Donlough ibfe.t'; service during the world ,,war.' afford a larger auditorium than
-:. :work and the question. which puzzled presldept-of ,the Southern Settlementand thlsmmount until the bulkhead ?., W., Griffin had joined the crowda I The council irracefully and, wlUinC. we now have In the city and th.4't!
": the city father wa a* to how th.t Development organization and .wa completed. City Attorney Awl 1 brought a rake which unearthed ly acceded to the request of the mln- .council, chamber room for ;,
S' could chance the levela and tpecificatlon1 -. former.* assistant secretaryIn-.' O'Bryan took.the stand that'the matter tn i man who' had dug a hole and I sisters and called a mass meeting' American Legion the band. the fire .
,t' without- coin&; contrary to law.ferior. will address a special meeting was not a legal matter at all. bled.( i himself there.. ." '. |be' held In the Graystone Casino on laddies, 'gymnasium and perhaps, a'\
1'd\ nullifying what had already been i of the board of trade which has been but hlngM' Upon thecontract betweenthe le' was taken to' he county jail Sunday, October 19th at 3 p. m. The swimming pool. \',
: e.- , (called by .President H. C. Stanford city and the engineer, and that sad confessed to. being William ministers of the city were appointeda ',Thl is ,intended to be merely,:suggestive :
' The ropo.Rion'whicb' seemed. to for Saturday night, Oct. 25th'at 8:30 understanding of the affair 'wa Stfith. one ,of tho four negroes whotaped' committee to provide a suitable and w* desire that your body
: meet, With mOlt favor wa.'to draw, o'clock. '1 *. ;that'the engineer' claim was for .. from / the bulkhead ,.line a ufflcl nt, dla.,4 I Dr. BI.ckm.n"'nd"MIl'" Ucker have ,work a'ready' .scomplished..In therenersl 'ws ek. week'. mass meeting of the citizens and taxpayer < t
Lance &o that: the level can be raUed arranged a tour ':of the principal .. which .followed ..VHe wa..'armed with.'.a 38 revolver Following are :the're.o1utlon... offered to consider the whole question '" /
It'In a' about two feet above that''proposed poinT of the state on which they will'the opinion of 'the favor o in wing abel carried several cartridges when by'the ,Ministerial Association of a suitable memorial to our gallant'
the present'cpeelflcation/ and at the discus '''the advisability':; of "organis- 'to .be in captured ''and would* without doubt'1 ,Klsslmmee.i Fla.,, Oct.'. 7, "1919.I men and woman' Let'a plan'be erys-i.! *
same time < not exceed the cot pro-:Ine" a Florida Land Qwners Associa- the bill. ',. .. have1, proved to be' a. bad.,negro had To the Board .Aldermen of the tallied and let us begin negotiation
t., po.ed' present contract. Then Uoa. I- The question war then put'to b.l been given a chance. I City Honorable Gentlemen for the. accomplishment: of something, ,
t\ to call an'election and leave it up to [vote by Chairman Fox' after- a 'I ;) Williams''was convicted of,' carry The undersigned, members of the worth while even though it v' ,
t' 'the qualified free holder to decide,A. E. DONEGAN BUYS "tion by Capt. Breaker to pay the 1>> ing concealed .weapon and sentenced ,Ministerial Association ''of Klssim-t{a long while'aDd strenuous'. effort ,to
whether this would be : ,seconded, byR.S.. Floyd, which -.. .. 'work"tout.W . .' -
plan accepta- OLIVER; BROS. HOGS toTstx month on the road gang. He mee; representlngr .large percent of
t able to. them. I f salted in the motion being carried by will be turned over, to the .Orangecoenty ',,the ; ltllIID. of the city reipectifullv I I desire to put ourselves on i.e.'ord .
Mer Maloney and Lupfe who The Oliver Brothers*, James, and four votes" to on..'' Chairman J Fox ,, authorities ,at, the' completion call your attention to a matter which a* desiring some on good creditable --
' with Mr. Murphy, were awarded the Ernest, and Randal Keen sold'thir',voted "No. : and instructed the clerk ofThiir.sentence.. has lain heavily on our hearts for substantial achievement rather''
q (contract for the bulkhead work, were''tock of purebred "Duroc'.tersey hog to spread upon' the" minutes his .pro.: :- "" L'r i j4 I''soma time. Namelyi the matter of than a Multiplicity of 'small things-.
preaent, and stated they', were aaxIou. to 'A.. E. Donegan this week,'for test as follows: Becau.he thought semi :' j'I providing a suitable memorial to our j. We .Jll to take our
Is that the matte be settled a.r fI2.2. . the city: did not owe the bin and, if .t the council so Mri'Fex-gave; ]I citizens .who made .uch heroic sacri-, ;j place alone,with tb* othercitlsens
-early a* possible a* the contract had i I The Oliver boys started With..threehog it 'did he 'considered \It-pre maturely way 'and rubbed out the(offending .flee to win. the.,World War. of the town and co-operate with 'you.heartily' .
been executed; and their cer *.three years ago when they came paid." '. words,, >In the "end, however I The hardshipendured, the, labor until the great" task Is completed. -.
r 'net'rt: for 91500 is still held by back from the Mexican order and] 'It then devolved upon'the'chair'lean clerk 'was obliged to issue >a, lI.wwarraat' performed, the Cervices rendered by' .. : cast
, the city. -The machiney with which, with this as a neculus. built up thi to sign the warrant, "which he to get the ..matter..tralcht. nfsnyiof j was Incalcul.ble.Iom. W. B. ''WITHERSPOON,
. to .do the work h..' been bargainedfor herd that wa Just sold. ,':did adding 'under hiss. signature the'wordsi ened, out : r I' lying down their lives,in W.. H. COLEMAN JR. 1
and the contractors are awaitingthe :This .speaks welL for .the hog in .. "Signed .under '''protest.' At- -...$efore ..the.. council adjourned the the I'r F. HODNETTJ. '
, execution of the contract before dustry",Jn this section. 'torn.,.. Lewis O'Bryan opposed this bulkhead committee cops) (instructedtotmako We--m: it due that there: shall be . J. FARMER. a'
r ..' action on the part: of the chairman t a report upon the feasibility I -
L 'giving as his reasonthe fact that of(making a complete new survey-of ." "
MORE TEMPTING FISH .ft might be a .reflection ;;>upon! the the lakefront.:the plans 'of .the,orh OLIVER'S ;ISLAND REPORTED JOHNSTON :

! AUTO LICENSE;FUND TO STORIES..AND.TRUE.: TOO '.credit, of the city and- .Mr.' MacDon.ough. -)giaal i survey .appearing to be Inadequate .- SOLD TO DR. CHRISTDr. JOE WILL
I I 1'.001, + to cope with th9presentstag.on ,
.( ROAD Two more fish stones were caught I This protest was supported"by'; high .._ter. : 'C. D. Christ, of Oriando'weshero"Thursdaylooking ;; : :
!! Q this week which are so tempting in - - l .' .- over that valuable SURVEY' / OKEECHOBEE, :

( -. .. i,their detail 'that the mere reading of ,HON.JOE SEARS INVITP. TO ", SHERMANDIRECTOR; OF piece of property Oliver's Is 1 "

f''' The condition of tao brick road ben *'try.''them'tbeir'IuckrIand.wiU induce scores..the of best people part< to j NAU.'IMPOI.TANTADDRESS, I NURSES, HER'THIS WEEK land. which-.' Is. reported "he.' hat f, pur :The CTceechobe; ; News" of t last week .,

: "; Klssimmee, and the north I I ,his island i 180 acre tract. contained the ,followin complimentary -'
.bout'he, stones they must be true.One' I I[ a
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county line has for'iom* time given"the -' evening last week Messrs. W. Washington, .-Congressman Miss Hattie Sherman, of Tampa about mlle Trom the west shore of ,reference to. .Jo*; Johnston who
,k, taxpayer of ,the county comer .E.: Sanderson and .J. E. Lupfer went "Joe" Sear of Florida who was state director of,*nrses for the Flor-'Tohopekaliga.; and posses wonderful recently1 returned dad service.
dissatisfaction on account of the re- balrman 'of the committee on education Ida, 'Anti-Tuberculosis ,Association.cenie ; "an 4 who hu-1 a good Sob;
half ,
lake and in less
out on the than beauty as weJJ: a. ,
, pairing .which J* needed there. ...The an hourtheyhad landed an eight'pound in the 66th congress has tentatively .'spent the early,part of \the week herein tSUty p| ,oil,; ,. "< gr.4et I' bur city council, is gifted with doling' *. ,
matter'h.. been brought.before, the < 'tr ] things right rulei;
another weighing six l connection with Mil{ Albin There is as a general
Wovt, '. | now- approximately
f' tate road department at Tallahassee pounds/ third weighing three and ..the prtncipal'address at the'crm-/Snilth,. the county ..agent.I ''\) : acre in Including a ten 'acre: and allN1, 'that, rule ,was not>> broken
: by W. Bv Crawford who'received the three more that tip 3d the scales -at-vention of presidents of ,state'col-,I i Miss' Sh.rmu' special mission ,is't ..\pecan &' will bring in< this Tuesday night when ;th4 "members
r following- very satisfactory reply five pound 'The six fish weighed a .leges in Chicago, Nov. 11. < {interest.the-people in. a campaign'I season. methinthat like $1000 it i* voted' Jo'empI07 Mr. .Jo. Johnston
from M. M.' Smith chairman of the total' of 22 pounds. / BAPTIST I obtain a nurse'. for' every, county'..leL, The island is. practically 1mmnne of -Klslmmee'to make a' army* of,;
state road.department ,, \ ft* engage 4n" a fight to>exterminate.ItnUffculosls. ., from our city looking' >to the installation\
I I Mr. Sanderson and Jack Sparling / frost surrounded a* it is, .
Tallahassee, .Fla., /bet 6. 1919.Ir. 'threw;out the line_Thursday evening i'b', .'TEACHERS./ .' < J '.o.. -' .- |by the waves-of Tohopekaliga. of a "wtcr works and sewer system,
., ..W.. B...Crawford.iUssimmoet Fla.f .j; $ i *. fvV"1. *J lien .he.addressed the I br. tntsndptodevelopthe and the paring .of our street/ :
", ,and caught: 'a' fin*),...Atrlng, :mOltly.m.'t1 ; ; ;ChristM> ssafd. '
Dear girt ----Replying your letter ones with 'OIIe.exception, that 'Mrs' O"A."Carpon'alsted. fcy, he. achoai a"'.thehtah school auditorium. grove, and,will bring an Mrt'Johnston.,! has, "-.' kaowsii r-M-' .
"i' of the Jrd .relative to Road No. 2 in weighed 8*t pound, .>" .' daughter,: Miss"AUDe 'Bryan Carson, in the- morning'aDd spoke>at the. venln -' expert trucker from ,Manatee county the editor of the New for'more than-. lI''
your county., Road No. X referred to I gave a delightful> reception on'Friday | meeting ,of, the home demonstration to his farm lands.NEW twelve years, and It". rives ts'.pleasure
in'a' former letter. lsv a continuation : OCTOBER MEETING OF : '1 afternoon to the ladle' of the >First vclub In the afternoon. I II |i : to attest to his worth as a young1: .
of',the 'road ,from,Orlando* through , ; : CITY,. ,1{Baptist church-when the teachers'ofthe. -I On Tuesday Miss Sbel' and OPENING HOUR j jJ man of sterling qualities. !He is an t '
'Klssimroee, Loughman etc.' ; .7.i: COUNCIL.:: :; _,. ] schools, who Are members of that.MI..,, Smith. motored to St.: Cloud.'Where. engineer of statewide reputation bothas
n.rehu' been a teBtatlft'UDder- f'' denomination were the honor'guests. > the- former, ,.ddre te4 '*.the :FOR, K1SSHHEE SCHOOLS : to ability and..' honesty, and .the '"f
( Standing withoutforwul"action .of' The 'Octobe' meetugi the' city 'These are Mrs. F. C. Bryan, Mrs. school-there. 4- I council and the peoplegenerally;can
,, the Department that that portion of:council 'was atended ,>by Chairman :G. Edwards Mrs: 'TrammeU. Misses MillSherm.n .It'a fluent\ ak.r I ',Anew hour for'opening, the Kit rest. assured that with him in charge, +
road No. 2. In .)"OUr county from' the W. Fox Conneilmen A. 8. Gilbert Mary Bryan, Lucile Beat.' Miss Me-, who' Is thoroughly. in Vouch with her simmee schools will be observed beginning of the work,.they will. get full ,value. '
l Oranajs-Oscoola county lino to theY R.i S.'PFIoyd. H. M.v Breaker, 'W. H. Clelland Miss Peacock..Miss Leitner work and/who deeply interests her 1 with October .27. which will for their" money a* b* wfll-see. to it 4
.:. Cw t blta of Kissimm, would,betaJEen Arnold City Attorney O'Bryan .andJ and 'Miss Belle Cooper _" I II audiences'"In the themes. brought before bethe first Monday. following' the i that I tli. contractor,. wbWver, ho*may, ''
. over. for--maintenance, by 'the ; R.. Gilbert clerk.' A'' prolonged I'|) The event was'in the;'nature ofva them!:, \ / l Sunday when the hands-.of the clock! be.'wW.d.U..r th* goofe to the. ',letter .
: Department, and thatis part of ,,session held the men at their post o{ lawn and ways quite informs. will be turned back' to This a* stipulated 'ID--'vtlte: 'piana"aad''
the road a* ._U -a. of,.iuty'till a later,hour and an adjourn Punch and sandwiches: refreshed the r.tufngd, was the;decision of the county board s *. .. ," *'
the ".me. road below Kissimmee ed-session'was .held Wednesday t guests.'* ( ."". ., *. from$rae swickhGa. hom'j of Public Instruction at the October I' Engineer Johnston was in chart.
.would be maintained from the Auto.lDobUe.llcentetwad..I ,finish-up the'butlp.:Utine. vI a <, .. f.' -.'. meeflnr r held' Monday,at' Snpt. Toweirofflce. of' the ,..constmctlon-'Of- of -the-
< t- > ,|I I i Under the head a -- 'j .' ,, hard road in Oceola county; and i
Osoeola-county'* IIfte j two YMn,;'IIHS and '1919, amount to I i i ,for the. chapter house' wbleh"11 OCTOBER tffflNU OF : THE : indetical with the .opening, :any\jiher\ in the system, H. can; t ley
'this I IDeJllrtm. ''used ..'.'reat and .ocial center.' brick
98,206.82 'aDd of amount th1 room when counted by SUB time. I tell a cull brick from .a perfect ,,
In malnten-j|'Tbe'. council granted the sum of ,$25 The board meeting ..was presidedover m hitbdrod feet away, and no amount ,
. anc and cbnstrnetion $6,853.88, leaving !([la month for period of three'months : by Wed C. Ba s, chairman .with] of, argument; on the part of the contractor -, ' ,'
'. balance of H.S53.28., ,You will'and asked that the ,ladies la'j j charge of 9MtCO"'MISSI08ERS, W, R. Godwin of: St. Cloud and .W.Rw can bop bin from 'putting''
'. *.*.b..uthe*:.,foN&'Olftl" that your'this/ mstter; decide which/ month T bC : "' .>Lanier;t of Campbell, and .Sapt... a blue,pencil''cross on it.; .. '
1 f. Auto lloanse,.fund bu ,Dot,been lying I they, desired the ..
\: '' t : community' kitchen'was i alsogranteda.monthlysupport ,of '
IId1eit'tif, ; ; / r S ,routine occupied their attention .,'procuring, Johnstonas
t 'dIt Is the. t.nUon "of';the- Dep'"s..t., of $10.'.. and 'discussed ' well as .congratulate' ,
: I'meat'.aad !the,, "Assistant1 Engineer ) The' question of' an rauto' park>> was I i On' ,Monday the. attention of,, the 29-82 and,:..ectloe8G32," and 'run- ,but '', definite projects'decision wen ston on'being, able to live' Mr.John1
;" ,newt baa \Instructions to' make pnp..'I r'retened .to .Messrs. 'Breaker Gilbert Board,'of"Cowit;; ,Commissioners'v-as nine west on township line to"the reached. was lightfnl city for an extended period" ,}ft, '
.J. .aratlons to take up, resurface and relay and .Floydewbo*were'appointed with Occupied I with various matten/chiefly' Parker /plaee to the quarter'\ section ., \ -- -- and enjoy our social aDd businesslife. .-. ... ; ,5y--\
... the worst portions'the above power to act. ''The* gentlemen were '' corner on south side of -.eetl n 83-29- KERAMIC CLUB REORGANIZED. W* are satisfied' be'will decide',
r '.described piece of Road No.'f. in .Os*;also.instructed to. secure an.adequate road; .., 82.! -and-:paade a .notion that the work 'to male Okeeehobe his :'permanent: :r.
If,, Vceeja countyi, '* ; rest room..for..tbe' visitors,, :which Milton Pledger and E. L.: '''Lesley be commenced when funds were available. The -Keramle, ;,",Club,....which was, home", as'"w-hv: but'',begun;.the ,. t"; ..t ,
rTPSstlng' tftat;: 'th* foregoing' : uj. could be made;tou.rltt headquarters. ..ked'the board's :.recommendation to' ." TIn among the most.popuar of Kiasimraee's building, of paved streets and hrd. ,.'
'iara"'your.i4>ntionv''ullyandto -The bulkhead -question 'was;"O orouchlyron the Comptroller in-the' matter 'of 'a the' matter.'ofther Deer:'Park numerous organization*till the reed.' \|*
i" '"your satisfaction.'' ._. over and finally assign rebate of,.1 tate and ;county taxes'on lots Pat '..Johnston stated W. H. ladies .laid aside the brush to take up
/ ,iYonrs; very'truly' ed to the' committee. Councilman two piece' .of property.. 'and offereda Kempfer bad 'that'lt the 'knitting needles. has been reorganiaed HANDSOME SIGNS"TO* FRATEJU :\ '
life. M- SMITH Chairman. Breaker< Floyd,"and 'Ar oId,;/with. flat'rat' based i on the assessment.The wa* not hit underrtapdibR 'that he ;; and .will, meet at Mrs. Butlock's' -t, LAITY 'w
. power to act. ". '** clerk-.was inatr communicate was to 'deed the, lots ,to .the county audio each' Thursday after ; HALL' '
\,: CENSUS; ENUMERATORS ..7 with the a* soon as but only the right of way,. Mr.Johnston noon.. ." Green. .. finished!
statement ,Mr.'E.; V:, 'ha."Jlllt
'to' '
he instructed Mr.
.'a "fronvtMr.: was
r' : ,WANTED. ,FOR_ THIS COUNTY APPLICATIONS. FILED' Pledger. i> -V. Kempfer'that it: was the bards un ; : some".very' attractive signs and lodge.
: directories In'COld loaf for the Fra
< ; Th clerk read, a' letter hOBlK'LSmUll. < ,the lotwere' to .bedeeded'outrig 5125,000 1 CATTLE
;, It :will 'require': eight! competent chairman of ,the ..state high t .tot ).,;county ternity.Hall Including cis 'j
.. "v" persons to' take 'the I U. .8. census in for ,thel Free ,and Aceptd'.Masens' *c
$10100,0 FARM LOANS way <<'commission in whicft I .11. stated Thi matterVeama u on account ;'I ,
< '.;. sceola'coubty, Jritluding correct re 'F that being unable, .on account": of W. ,H. 'Kempfer's proposition made DEAL iJLOSEb HERE, Royal, Arch Masons Knight : ofPythias
< i port' of Its agricultural . a: .. pressure ofbulnei. to. meet, .with some weeks ago to'' the.effect that the Independent Order of Odd +
,'. "" This- work Is to be 'done/beginning "- the board bo- asked that .I t should taking-in' of ,cert.Inlot., .': at Deer -' Fellow. Woodmen of the WorloV.Rebekahl 'l'
v. (.January., 2, but it is' necessary) that The; Kissimmee National, Farm meet.with!blat'In' Orlando tomorrow.The Park would/shorten the St. Cloud- Another- big :cmttle':deal was ,consummated Pythian, Sisters Order of thoEastern'Star'and
,all who wish -apply for it make it Loan Association report that seven board decided to make th*'.trip. Melbourne 'road'' to 'a "considerable her'this week' when Geo. '; Woodmen, Circle. .-
"ti' known 'lmsdlatbly In rder '''that,'a))' of farmer ,in Smith A s -t: "
more the progressive Hull of .N.rcooeeeet..olrer, eltent. - 'a. I W.( Mann'of' Bartow purchased all
i"; 'pHcatlon-.blanka) may xb 1 Mat to this Immediate:vicinity-desire to' take .ed to dig well for all cattle ', Only 'three .member of< the,.boardwere the; stock cattle owned' by Baas',* MR,,' ANDERSON SHIPS:-FIRST, 8r4 '
.5 them. filled out and" returned. .by October ' advantage of the farmloan, I proposition. vats now:beingconetructd'by, them, present during the' afternoon Phillips,...estimated at ,, sir: thousand FRUIT. '
' ; 16th.' "r ,and have signed up the necessary which offer was accepted.E' J** session,' Chairman .Ac ,F.Bass, ,, and lead.- The purchase. price'1au 'not ". , .
'I Men familiar with' the;agriculturalconditions : applications, which I : amount to BJ;,.. Havens, representing :freeholders Ernest Mach being absent. ;In consequence1 bleD vgiven out,' but: we ',understand :Howard Anderson one"ofme "Kisefm:%
'" of the'county are especial 10000.. :, > of the Like Wilson'district, of this C. A; Carson was"un- the .' dial will amount to somewhereabout '. 'well known-shippers-- opened
fu i' ly needed 'for' the !country 'districts Thi-will- abl. the [association, to who ar'the last meeting filed a petition . able to ...t 'a decl1ori .*-,to the psy- |125/)00.-' The cattle are-to be ;-shipping ....oil' here last week j
,r': Competent .reliable, persons of either ask:'that. an, appraiser be sent her "for a special: road and 'bridge ment by the bond $rastees'of the -Sfc delivered and. ,,counted)'within a specl-' by 'consigning the first 'citrus' fruit
'r sex used in the city enunvera-; from the Land Loan Bank at Columbia district.,for'!about .thirten 'miles of Cloud road,-district! 'of-Jhe: ':estimate fled time.Mr . to, northern ,He:sent?out .t ,
; tion of'population. The only examintion ; 8. c., to make. the necessary: in road in Oseoola. county,'' broughtup? of the'work'completed by the PennlnularEngineering Maan: b, ao"'p,, babI7 'ODe of two car loathe of grapefruit grown
,. for-this work'will be the Ailingput spection. ," '-: the matter again .. }t was not acted \ ..Company" to the largest; individual' cattle owner on the Ashland grove and.the return* I ,
l of sample schedules, such ware The ,bank baa ;.j.Jutt granted some upon. September' -,: the end' of .September.: The estimatesfor' In Florida.. H. also owns, a. number how they brought.fancy prices, .:'
ueedf in.enumerating' population' and- |l .uOO on .wiilibe this association -Upon ,are-re-examination' the platof the-last. "three month have not of large tracts;: of 'pasture,, lands. ,.1+ n .
I "' farm 'condition' : and the'fund available as soon the .proposed road and after considerable been ald-owiixr,to the keeping backof .. IMPORTANT MEETING AT' ,
t Th* ..compensation for the average .* the abstracts ,can be mad and '-discussion, 'Clerk Overstreet ''ten I fIe#"'osnt of .the' completed TES'ROOM> HART'.MEMORlAL'TOllOUOW'1"
II' enumerator amount to ..between"' $4 !ent, to. he Columbia, '.bank.: was Instructed' to: ,advise with the work which..up .to Jun'SOth.., bad not AN 1W-TO-DATE FOR
i,",'&' and. |8 per d'r..The: work In' the t, Polkcounty board as'to'tbow it would been,done'. Although' -quorum was > c""u'> KISSIMMEE.Mrs. A. meeting win b* held at .tb' Harts:* u
country districts is expected" to be FANSLER. HASSPLENDID \. co-operate with Oseeola in the mat reHDt' It was decided to call an 'ad- tomorow at 4:00
.,.' completed ''within a month' '}" in' the "*' : AT' MATTLANDJf ter. Attorney Johnston called the journed moetln*;;for tomorrow, ,when .' P.,C. Bnttorff and..Mr.,a,H. Memorial 0'e1ockb.n building important changer .in
*" .cities in two creeks:. GROVE' Board's-attention to-the. fact-that tho' a full board. .ould"' 'meet, 'a'Od'' the Bullock"are making arrangements to : the organization bo
1IIr. the of
"Person who wish to applv-for this proposed district-wan 'already.included clerk., was 'inytrueted'e write to'M. opens tea room at ..the beautiful policy Everyone who baa a i. :
!f.'... 'service should writ. Immediately to ..(and Mr Ira 'Wetherbeend, In special road and bridge district M. Smith 'of the state highway com- Bjuttorff home on the corner of Emmett put to fa avote.the .affairs of the memorial
,. ;-J.' .J.:/'Emery '''Census"Federal Building; Mr. and Kra. Will Wetherbe' and No. It and that',jf -tbe. petition.were mllilonL ud,'urge him' .present street and"<::1yde 'aftnu.. Theywillthe' voice should- be present at that time. ,
trFourth': Dlrtrict; : baby motored to Maitland Wedne granted ''the' land owners' 'must'. be ) matter' of the gap in, the refreshing' cup 'of tea, JIrLa. H. Bullock,'Secretary;.
y.:" Jacksonville, Fla.- They"will then rer"TJVO nedayW T1ai'JrIr'-;.S.'Z.Fanslci'an4familyat : prepared Ho pay-sr heavy*tax. c 8t>;C1oud.M.JbouI'M' highway -would bH&alldwlch.hom.'eak... :,.:
S' application'blank* and.fnf' In.* .v.tbeinew; home ,near ,tbttpTy'state.tbat'Mr. Road. Superintendent L., IU Farmerwas be"a.lso taken'up., -, 'I' lad a salad when ordered In advance. -.APPRECIATION
: 4formation .as to.duties;andrequlro/"" grade the Parti" proposition' by.,Messrs.' UerndQri'Ramte71'0t While, the ladle are planning to ads'commodate : ,
'menta. *' '/'. Fancier has a road'and the .jxew road Campbell: A,' Lakeland .offrrtaf to the tourist especially '. ,We take this method ::01'' returning ,, ,
'. 'I ), I ma&'D.4ftoen. ron of about ftfty acnL. station,"and .tot secure' right of way make and speclflcations gladly serv any'' on*"who to '* ch-,and-every one:'of' our Jclndfrtena 'fl; ? r
J t'; ""Un. 'J:. Z; Holmes,..who\ : has been .11oeU1 aU of which I. la be.rine. deed. on the. Gap'Creek road. 'f. on the.sntt'.''-v( .the proposed desires to be refreshed ,or to enter *. our thank for their sympathy -,
B.-. *!, ".IAtlnli, Mrs<,V.5 w. Edwards "for : and-heavily laded with ,frutt.k; : H. Commissioner, Guy presented plAt Lake, .Wilson,"road'for'50r per mile, tabs .friends., '. ". r and aid .on account of the' death. ,
*.' several'
Tampa _...te J'.1, fifteen.thousand. boxes.: \)' .. '.at. -: appoint'-, between- section! 84*. Aled.'r't.f ,> .,":""""r.V -' .. d...-, -"* ;\ opeaby. <: the: 4rat-of.: :.November., 'I.lot -- ITsr: idF$u.jJly.'

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''t''*. ,..' 'I, . 0<' THE. KI3SIMMEE VALLEY\,GAZETTE.,;.FRIDAY.- OCTOBER It. 'Itlt . .

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f,, .I< : .; :,.. A. Thought; .r '/ \Plant More* Trees I I I.t } vrf

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.it t "" t .t"{ In Florida' ..

/ .for, the .Mother . 'f(t "The tree: planting 'season in FlorIda A.y C 'f 1 1
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is during the winter time. Make '
arrangements now with nurserymen. ,
I I" , Any general movement for the planting '
; or trees la a long stride tfwards
public and general righteousness. It
CONSTIPATION makes ,Children 'is a proof of mobility leading to hu ronrt+ + ,
j man comfort civic beauty' And community '
and )irritable '
:: nobility. The groves! was J"I

.{ ; just as i it does lderpeople. Dr.Caldwell's! Marketing God's first bureau.temples,." says tbs State

1 "The character of people is usually ... .
Irt Syrup,,Pepsin is, a mild, pleasant,tasting .. in keeping with the appearanceof

,'combination of laxative herbs their! municipal surroundings.What .
simple Is it ,that adds more to the

'with 'pepsin that acts easily ana naturally beauty of- acity than a tree lined tZ eM ...
,, streets and yards, of lawns green , +' Look I Here Is the globe spread out flat before ;

; ''and. promotes normal regularity. with bloom grass of flowers and fragrant andplantsT with These the ,,, \ your eye.. See those stars? Every ., F
shows where U. 8. Na'ry'ship was on ,
Children like it and take it willingly. make most favorable and lasting impressions star a ,
on visitors and besides it September :lad, 1019. The Navy travel* JDon't j

'It' contains no opiate or narcotic drug. ''creates' local pride.among folks at .the Bsvan ...... / '

home. ,
I "Once' started, the tree helps Itself '
along as scarcely anything else of ,J'
Druggists; Sell real value does. Out of a small ini- '
IJAS ,, Itial cost came valuable results. A ... ** ,I
Dr. CaldwelFs Srup Pepsin tree grows while we sleep. It drinksIn
. sunshine and gathers food from : youwant to see the ,World ?
"i1,;? 50 CtS. hwoslioi) $1.00 the viewless air and from the watery I
{ compounds of the ground in
r : which it stands. Roadways sidewalks Y .
and buildings depreciate in
'"' A' trial bottle an be obtained, free of charge by writing to
value but the tree keeps on Increasing -
7 e, Dr.., W., B. Caldwell, '457 Washington St., Monticello IIIIt's in attractiveness and worth as ROMANCE is, calling to you! the red-blooded; hard-working;

the years troop along. The tree, is and smiling foreign hard-playing men of the U. S. 'M I
'II the most valuable thing to man on
-- -- .- earth, next to himaelf and family. It lands are beckoning to you. Shove Navy. ,
provides him._with fruits and materials -
for his habitation for h's furni- off and see the world I

t ,. so easy and ture many.and his things ships even and the his newspapers wagons. Pay begins the day you join: ij.

he reads Is made from the woodof z
On board is
the trees. / Learn to "parley-voo": in gay ship a. man always

p ; to have well I The tree furnishes grateful shade Paree. See the bulKAghts in learning. Trade schools develop .J
from the summer sun, m-it the birds
build their nests and sing, under it Panama. See surf-riding on the' skill, industry and business ability. Ai.
Painted FloorsBeautifully the children play and are glad that
all is well in the 'world-the New beach of Wail \la. Thirty days care-free holiday each
(World things at this time not beingso '1
with full food is i
well{ in the old world. year pay.The ;

i (I write"The wonderful tree has inspired lines and the under poet to it Learn the lure that comes with good. First uniform outfit is furnished Y 1

[ finishpcl floors are the i lovers sweet may confidences."The sit and will. ait .and whisper the swish end swirl of the good salt free. Promotion is. un ;:

pride of the home. .It' easy and inexpen- tree draws nitrogen from the sea. Eat well-free; dress weUlimited for men of brains. You '4freesleepc1eanfreeandlook'em
air, through its leave acting aa..
\,to keep: your floors in perfect condition lungs, and those falling to the ; ; can enlist for two years and come

& 'Ih i little work when you paint them with use ground of to make a soil .for the straight in the eye-British, out broader, stronger: and abler. ti

.' "A tree like many to be-found in
Ir ,,. \ Jacksonville has millions of leaves, French Chinese, Japanese,
and these if placed individually like Shove the U. S.
,i.' i ,Spaniards, Egyptians, Algerians off-Join Navy. ;
"Stive blades of grass, upon a 'rplot of '
ground would cover acres. Thus a and all manner of people. If you're between 17 and .35 go to: + '
: : the Surface single tree though' it occupies with '
its trunk but a small. space doe the nearest recruiting station for .

,and you practically and what'potentiallyfor a wide spreading:the atmosphere Come r Be a real man of the all the details. If you don't know

i ,. I "- IlfCE' 661 ,. -, Save All . lawn does the in vitalizing the. air and world. See the world. See it with where it is ask your postmaster. r ,
b cilia net: night wila S hard lugh-gloa finisli; Washington temperature."In presidents, con-

,it absolutewaterproof) ,'doe not'mat or crack diplomats, and other notables -

t ,aDd stands (even** satlU n& k coma ia niceke. known, have in many planted cases trees by, and th.they names are

'( ; .....1_ of thelr idonera, to live on and on as
am.lin "" < U.: S yA
't 'r' things majestic and strength sentinels Shove off ,f-Join the Navy
'M N.' ... Cants ..4 ...., ...k *r writ in streets and door yards long .
i ,/yrbwfu uIces.-.-. -.K.. after their givers in peaceful sleep . f
I have passed to dust. A couple of '
I ,OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY years ago President Wilson superintended "" ,. 1'r .
Distributors ''fort* Pe..Paint 'Product the planting of some trees in ,
n i KUalnuaee, Florida the White House ground. Without ;
trees Washington would not;' be the

: beautiful"H. C. city Frick it, the is. retired steel' and 'Bit* i

vPaint Product coke magnate to add to the beautyof V Offer
his home in New York city, sometime I

Every. Purpose front ago of had it, brought thirteen, from trees Pennsylvania plantedin .1.1ery TO FORD OWNEQSaanoanctatf '

and Connecticut. Not willing "
to wait and see them grow he secured -a' r"
Specimens, not less than'thirty th* great** snnJnsy *Hn* cflbf** r d :.
\ years, old, and each was brought in Made *a for OwBors *o sTssmkay, TbeTIr*>no**, ptwhkh ''I
;\ f SOME .PIGS!. ago A daughter of this sow farrowed on a flat car. Solid rock underlies aide. BY. aJr, and sire eats 4 two/s. ntS a. 'i ietr.e
4A Orange ,.E.; ,F .;De- 13 pigs .her.,first litter. the surface near,his home and _-deep Ioooos sews.' Yea wfl gee We d.l Ileef tM* ,
Busk tells the following- about.'very {trench was blasted out and ton., of '. eatraordioary pcopoettfoe la the taatt.' >If yws diet tltesolTs "
'Department 'earth Island yooi*, writ lot k. Us tb* *oapoa bolom
4 progressive and prolific individual of. Bulletin No. 777 issued brought in from Long ,. J
r Orang ,C( A Berkshire. .01( on by the U.'S. department of agriculture -, for the trees .to stand in. At the.bottom \ t. ',.
l Broad-Acr! Farm, Winter *..Garden ,,Washington, D. C.,. i* entitle,.. of the trench in a layer of
,wned by Mr. G. T. Smith established ed "Fattening Steer on ,.Summer< cinders a drain pine vs placed to NO PBRQTVHCSROiLOWOBTS. i
( h ', a record by farrowing 21'pig*. last Pasture in the South." This is of in. prevent an accumulation of>-water. } '
spring and in Jreeplne/with that rec- t.restto Florida farmer. who dependon 'The whole. "cost was ',over $8.000 for ;
I2 I crd farrowed'' 20 more 'a fey days pasture for feed. thirteen trees. With that sum of : '

,. ,. . [money, promrly expended what > .. '. ''i
ur T*... TBtl*'*'claW Toald' POM Cored: la 6 to'14 Day fwondera town and could of be Florida.wrought "in every.. lint CostUrt. (. "'Cost .o l.s fir''.' ....aaY. 4.. f

/sseaeavlts.tyaeA.a.... .. pvltrlM ails: N I8u",,*,oMni If f AZO OUfmnrrMI' *I bulletin city 'b4bs7a'tavootatent,'not aa ;sTb as ..Erick.y M i.......d'eeoa' g
......the .Mood Y_...a noa...II r..oor: 1.\DI.1IiiDcI.. BtewUnS. Pratndias, FUM.raliMMltoblBS ..I-tb A entitled tells BeautifyingHomeGrounds , .--sar>be '...- n"I aov sob ::...,-1-.000 ..JO.OOIt. sitss to th. e rely, rm'.te.rtbw.ak 1
Pile how to
and ,
plan "
yo- cu .
,, = .. ; tol.Inriaratb.dtlhtt. 'frlaOs. ..a1.I.Nwae.r! the anc a l '1oG., 'tb.kY K.V lawns. walks, drives and how to select t M, .**o a.. one*. saes the.00Jllh.. 1 I' ,

.-r--- .' trees,, nhrubs IInd vines.' Another r i to Frclght
., bulletin entitled: The Use of Paint on I 1 LIbirly 1LiN [ I,
" Discount 'Free O
t the'' Farm" tell what; Judicious use

NA r 1A of paint will do to save property and : fckforcf."Paddij 3 +rYeIi. ...1... If. _.._....... DwI..II........... oa yow' owa ooiyMOf I .
.and to the beauty;of home surroundings Mary f ., ...... - --.wW" OMVOloO* OM'''

I 'Drink r Send. to the Department D. C.,of Agriculture : ,In. I Ii I.... 1, sees..r.d./wyd'M . M,e..JoutIoew..... ._._.t1aJ..MM1......d...,,......-.. ottMr .b..r..oM...rood..w.M ooatfi-t..
; 4IY Washington, or to .. -. ,.s4 s _. ..
- wau Oot . q. Y... '
your senator or congressman. forcople.TIm..Unlon. :Long Leg's: ,../e.,... rt.orrr .=., .... .2, . .... ...... *
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: Thais Part I .' 4

\.' ,I' ,it! Aa Agreeable Surprise."About .. '1 1-_ 1. SffSSSSSSSS-: .sNMtcoo .uena'eal.p.tia'.,_....... s
tr.of' '1'hal I /three: years ago when '''J ;: .( mon la opoa .MrfilotaProducts ."*..T"-S..H.mttk.atvr, .,-- ilroa I
the .
: suffering'from cold' .
was a severe on 'Wrbt
'' Iml the results that' are attained: : j for, pop .. .. ", .
lungs' and most.,of the I I
my "
aZ The second class; which.the .
{ ,f .. time night and day, I tried a bottle'of great bulk of the citizen. of our community Th. Issmilanr ';AMn' \' .

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and : belong-these are' the "..It 'CO...... ,jn..i, ........ ...
was surprised at the promptness with of the earth." 'They are the people ,, HM*.... MOW>.PIMkMM lkkh < .. .1d t
,. { POSTUM which it gave me relief" writes Mrs.James upon "whom the prosperity of the -' 1f1-f1e.... M.HMM...oss, IIe'S"-r.t__, J' ;, -,;'
n Brown Clark Mills. N. Y. "
y community depend. :They are. the 1 !
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Many another has been surprised and, s - 1
people who save the community from -.. .. .
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b pleased with the ,prompt relief af- the dry, rot and dieback*that would '. . . "
.;. ..... ythls..remedy.. _. .set in if it,were of.the first ---- -
: r.; made-up "'''' ''' '''''''- '
"f class named, and from the bankruptcy
EnEAL, ( CITIZENS FOR REVENUE ONLY" that Would inevitably result,if the :iT; 'NOT YOUR :
,rOt I Some p opln"ln. : a community fcommeunity were made up ,entirelyOf HEART_ :
,i' _. ,. for,what they*can get out of it with- the last,class., '. '
| out giving., tup! anything in, return.!I I 'There is. only one reason for the IT'S' YOUR KIDNEYS'1
h s.. a favor tha: s'S\1M' i Other people believe ,that by helping existence of the first 'd.... .They . ', 4. ja, < f ,,' ,.: '. ,. ,,. t, ,.... .- .:
.. the community; as a,whole condition merely ''do not ,realize the shortcomings ' .' [ldaAy dnujorltyls.ujorlty* n*respecter of't>.r- .,The soothln IIlIa' oil Btlmdlateiy. -'
will be 'made better for themselvesand eo.. of tho III..affllctlncpoople : : .l.t> the, .
' rl)., of their attitude. A little education s kldnoyo. relieve Innamma.i
I: 'please; : '*.'' An. ,eco. ::. ;... ;. they can be depended upon to', a little1 concrete example a , troll&if>.can'v ....' tnwod,. .. '...ell.- to b.lions*. caused and destroys It. Do not tho wait,, verm until whjoa to'.
: assist in
I,. ; : every, public movement tbat little more,,0 pep put into the a.public 'J'II. kldnor *ro"tho moot' Important morrow. Go to your runlet today ..* ,
qffii I'; ;';facto1'1; !< :ITV 1 l'has merit and a fair,chance'of, -*';work' of the,great majority a little ...-. 'otho body. Th.r> are ''tb.Alt..1'II" maul-on UOU>.UKDAL Haarlem OU
value to the community: as a more definite assertion C of tbe'be1'f'* ", tbo,. porlflora, of your\ blood.'Xfdaey .twaty.four .
: whole. Still other we have ,known and '" .1..... I. usually. ladleatod .byWoarlnooo. should. fool health and vlaror r"t7rnlnd
hoLiseke A fits results accomplished by will ...... p.iM
.' pin. are always willing to do something .',. aorvoiunoM of GOLD tho day yon tiNt
community 'workand'.th most .of MEDAL HMrtom 01TouriJ .' "
pon4oaoy,'backache. otoinacJi trouMo.
'''I"U."L: "I-1.3: : :: for anybody and everybody else, nesrilectlng them would be, converted, and would paiA la.lolao and lower tAdom.n. ., you '..-I--that 'you have ero4
.....ecu xised $, ,their 'own business to do it.;;' become apart of the, majority. ,As S-ll ototioov srnvol. 1'.lImatl.' .. oolmtlo' _. contmuo to tak. oa* .. tw.ospaul. -
c | The first named would class _d lumbaaro. v web day so u to keep tat
i we a* the remainder 'the hardshell citi- '
,inSfetidtiE' "C01OOe cltliens for All tboo 4or _.. ...ntJI. ........' rtAMo eoadltloa"4 .ward oft: the.
r i venue ->oaly. -They;:ten,;if or revenue-only," there ia'Juat Nenals are da.-- of otbor attaelM_'_ :----.1.-
w are the people,, who bear the to irara you that the ) same one,thing to do about him. He mu.tbe'.ndured.Ju.t .'" '
"" .houid "nee' GOLD MEDAL!: braa",'broo ....
relation, to the in. Ifoaoy
"community which
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\, ," (! chronic rheumatism' 1tUIO Baer OIS Cape.a. imm. ?
they live that the slacker, Jake , .. funA.d. b.r: do...pot byre'1oawll
; ; ' dodger: the' in the draft, mustbe. '. endured' _Leesburg. .............-.."..-........-......................... -= --------- "--, ,
1jqJ Ramie': .in ice j' and profiteer supoliesand Commercial. ;': ? ------- - -- -- --------- -.."
material*. bore:, to the* nation ,' ; .
:., 'Two' when war, ,J" "' >. .IidlgaMtleq;, Dlu-....-.., .ooiutJpa-. ed'for' "they.will: ..benefit youl_ "> stretches J'',"than' a. back-wood- ,sand: a
a3ze t.15 t&:2S. is/few1 .
'l ni1Y.i 1a ; Th. last named'clas ,
't us In
\ s >< : : : number and'I 1" not Jb commended ,r'\ / ;tlo "..,:*' ," .r. traIL something s,, is:not done to
k' ( <} *v,. too Chamberlain's Ta-bletiha'rertor- Residents llvinsf :west of 'to\wn\ "'on take e&N' of this road 'the resident
. greatly because a* a rule th*,inI of,th
', 'i'H..4..y'Po... n'C.r..lCettU C.ay.nA 'i I dividual! who Make up'this;ela,s ire, ed to:: health,and, happiness,hundreds the ) "Highway, i are >ery section west of town will ap.ipeat
< to
:::; .cr..k..chl' ..., ... .? not ,able to ac mulish' much,", either*who were',afflicted .with indigestion, much putout.) .'over .the'.condition of : the Time county commissioners'
.,1:, ;0't..., . i//!!,' . .... "'- ,for themselves or tort. tn. community'a ; 'biliousness and-constipation.1' If you the ro d,-.* what was one:* 'on* of. Melbourne: ..1 AftIWel
''"""!' '''': '" 'wllol.lYon .' this thema the' deUchtfw'drive.fD this section
I a have-,, to..dml are troubled'in way !give most -
.,. ., .. their helping.tpirit if.,yon do'not ad-;, trial., ,Yon arc certain. tobe plea.. I ,:i:* now'.nothing' aDOre, in I,some" m.. rthet"o- ; L':, ,.
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{ A'modern hospital'Illu.tntivs of the type of buildings Southern Baptists are 'j 4b

OSTEOPATHSTATE I employing,,,.ln. the'rllef; of. human suffering. ./I." . r.

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In their work of relieving-'human'; road to'batter1'health' >i>4 larger efficiency V V

I physical suffering Southern Baptist' and usefulness was begun within ; "'

BANK BUILDING at present own and control fourteen the bounds of the Southern Baptist

convention la 1880 '
when the Missouri } '
hospitals: and -there are under course y, r w I I v'
Phone No. 162 . (1 I Baptist Sanitarium was opened, III .St. 0 .,rj r- .
pf construction and.about ready to be "
Louis Prom a.very small beginning S A

opened at least two more with eonsJderable In a 'with less, than a down fiJ a.. Y R Ri
DR. C. E. DUNAWAY. :prog rest 'made toward the erection beds, this Institution has grown into What ...

Pfcyaiciaa and Surgeon.I of. other*. All of these Institntlons a modern institution with more than you' pay out your good money for 4
are liberally-patronised and'are pOO beds. "

I x Office Over Post Office. elf-supporting but a M of them needto Other Baptist hospitals In the Booth 18 cents a package Is cigarette ,.satisfactionand: my, how. : '

be enlarged in order to meet the I.Include _Baptist Hospital Mnskogee. do it in e ,
PHONES: rapidly-growing demands upon '"them. Okla.; Baptist Ho.pltal..laml. Okie.; you get ; ."every puff: of,; Camels-. !, ,.

Office, 40. Residence, 114, The demand for charity work.1. especially Baptist Hospital, Gushing Okla.; Baptist '

.. l-st.-pd.. urgent and In order let, I I Memorial HospitalMemphis': E..PERLY: blended choice low.mi1 ness of the tobaccos yet retaining r' t:
them to thus render A needed'l]I| Tenn.; Georgia Baptist Hospital Atlanta '' choice Domestic- the.desirable "
r O. P. KRIBB8 A. AKERMAX to those who are least able to help ; Oklahoma Baptist State Hospital \ l "body, Camels ; r 1

W.,J. 8TEED themselves a. well as to provide larger!II e I Oklahoma City; Baptist How tobaccos in Camel. cigarettes. elimiare simply a revelation! ,You \

KRIBBS. AKERMAN AND STEED facilities for the regular work the bospitali I pltal Columbia, '5. C.; Texas Baptist V nate"'bite and free then may. V

5 A<<.....p. ... Ve.lere mt Law. are doing the stun of $..8 I' .
K....__ yt.ddr his been apportioned to them from the Houston Tex.; Baptist Hoa unpleasant Clgaretty aftertaste or V

e.-.i ....rt._ I. .!! ...t. aa4 11.1... proceeds to be raised in the Baptist pltal, Alexandria La.: Baptist Hospital For satisfaction
State c..rt. *t Million Campaign j I Jackson, M'I...; St. Louis Baptist , unpleasant cigaretty odor. your: own you must'compare :

... \ This work of relieving the physical Hospital. St. Louis, Mo. and the Kan- Camels with,any cigarette. '

W. CRAWFORD infirmities of men women and call;I s .City Baptist Hospital at *"&-T-S Camels win instant and ,permanent in the world 'at :
Il' any price. Then
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Area and thus putting them n the I ,, Mo. ,
I ... success with smokers because the you'll best'realize '
--- their'
f Offices: 8, 4, 5, 6, and Citizens I ... 'blend the ,superior" 'V
brings out to the limit quality and'the '
Bank Building. rare, enjoyment. V
refreshing flavor and delightfut'met-, they provide.
Kiasimmee : : : : FloridaDR. : ..
+ R. X REYNOLDS ', .. 4
TOBACCO.COMPANY.wi l. iii. ,
R. J. 'DEMNINGDEN'I1ST. .. 1jo % c. .' t ;pi

I A well attended mass meeting was H.ven' section there I. no doubt

.. Successor to Dr. W. W. Carson. held in the Seminole theater Wednesday about the outcome if each section .. .. . .
Over the Postofflce. / night in the interest of county will work in unison to elect a legislature - :<1\\ : ,

OmCJII HOURS: > to li:>0. 1:10: to I. division, the principal purpose of the and senator. ( "
meeting being to elect two members "It also seemed to be the sense of MEMBERSHIP DRIVE FOR.,RED
Office Phone 158. of the county division executive committee .- those present that no one section .. CROSS. ..
I' ." should play any favorite for county -
i Mr. Geo. S. Williams was made office unless a candidate is endorsedby (Written for Last Week.

LEWIS O'BRTANATTOBNEY.ATLAW chairman of the meeting and Mr. S. the county division executive committee Captain Patrick, of 'St. Petersburg,
.B. Hogan secretary. Messrs. A. G. < and by supporting him it will\ was in Klsaimmee- week. in the
i Smith and C. J. Carlton' were elected .*id the division cause. interest of the proposed Red Cross

Waring Building.Jefcaeto committeemen and Mr. Jno. T. Bush The county division executive committee drive for membership, and for a fund FRIGLEY
and Col. W. W. Whitehurse alter- is to be composed of two representatives of .115,000,000... ,
nates. for each of the four proposed This drive I.. cbeduled to begin on
It was the sense of -the meeting new counties& and this committee the
2nd;of November ''and close on
Rai. O. R Oarves that we enter the fight to make four is empowered' : to select candidates Armistice. D..the eleventh.

. JOHNSTON A GARRETT new counties and that now that we for representative and senator, The' purpose of the Fifteen Million .
"t, 'ATTORNET-AT-LAW have full co-operation from the eastside and it would doubtless be called together Dollar fund is to distribute tha Red ." ..
of the county, from' the soutH in the near future for that ,,t
Cross supplies which have been collected package
10 11 and 12 CitUens B** a
yyy'Dries. part of the county and the .Moore purpose. -Waucbula Advocate. -abroad; to care for .100,000
.BuUcIIq. ., 1
,., 5
- tubercular !IOldlen/now In and
to Zhlsre I <' camp :
:r-l p Fl*> OF VITAL STATISTICS' reports:'of communicable diseases; ai for 60.000 more who will shortly return 'before the :war ..

I BUREAU ha. been intrusted. required by law,, shall be' made direct :from overscan, and to providea I.. '. .

with the legal custody of the, 'wi11 be to' 'illness'at' .
record of births and deaths of*the J Jacksonville Florida This policywill prevent ..
people of Florida. It is our-duty to : not be enforced the event that.,well as..c'N.tor pat nte._ her. ' :. ,, 1l!' ,
Patrick's. mission .
i. filed for the city or. county has an all-time Capt. was .. ;)
see that a birth certificate I" k. ? "
; CRRSfll FflftPlER. I, health officer who will maake an to appoint; a'''chairman for 'the' drive c a pac a '" :'Vi
: every baby that is born within the 1 ;''''.- ; : .':l\t(' (
but owing to the'absence of Chair "
.withthe State Board of 5
state thus establish ; \
a permanent rec- : '
of its birth. The legal valueof birth Health, ,,to 'Neeln ''and { man Cadel and ,Ylce-CbairmanMrs.., I :.'; \ V : durihttt5c Wlr: V
; and death records has noticeable 'I bidityreports..' .<(You are advised Simpson, no, appointment" ; as. ,been .i ., V
SELLS. durblc the past year account that the only alH/ime heaJth.officer xnade/a' y et.ti', / PThere ., " ,; ''I ;'1'W",!'
of circumstances connected Is at Jacksonville, and 'that there are la no doubt though' that a

Accident and with the World War A I no all-time county. officers' 'In' 'the meeting,this'drlv will be which called will later'insure-th to.observe ) V " : '
LiE e s
Fire. \ state of Florid) *., \
I On,, receipt of. birth certificate, '
the mother. is '' with .'. It Is the duty of the public }Jt.althof6c1al perpetuation .of i the' organization ;in package
new 'supplied a
.Health,,.Plate Gla" ,. Liability -. pamphlet ""Care of' the Baby In to: see :
this than new are enforced and I.thereforesolicit
'- and Boiler Insurance. mothers waymore"will receive 18,000 during the your' eo-optratlon .... It is myintention .National l. ,R.d::Cross,, activities.. r NOWFLAVOR y

'year, important information at 'a to'investigate; aU t vfolatnn4ofthe I TRAINLOAD OF, MEN .
Bonds Executed time when. It I... most needed. Ii law and :"see that those: who fare FOR -
Legal .
a f.p) t lEach physician t la'.required to report guilty shall pay the penalty and "0Jay \ i CARLSTROM.fL rIM'G.HELD h yo ", 4.i ,' dTEIE
the burden' on; the roedicals .l'l \A _I > fc 1'1" ; "' . '
; Same Day J' all blrthl that he attends within profession \ \ v' a: .. V
;:' : deeded ten day, and',the 'physician last in 'Wbo"OD.the whole,' are .-giving Wednesday'afternoonair,In'corn- "
i lattendan.ce 'I. -required" fill to the hearty e ,upJ'Ort'of'; Vall health. .dofseven' 'Pullmans: and two LASTS /:' .'
medical certificate'of' death ;when.the measuresState. Health- Of fleer. egsrsees1: cars, ','arrived! in the- city . --
4 omcf )'.loaded with men .for the airservicebranch''of ..,. ,
: : Stall Bilk BBlliliiX death certificate Is presented to him '. .1\-' .
., Unde"Sam'. ."armv\pand.
: by the ,undertaker, fI. '
: .
) I.. The. unitary use of- these recordslie The'-Tampa, Morning' .Tribune .is"'soon afterward; "''proceeded:' '' to'' Carl'" *' : ;!. SO DOES THE PRICE( 1 ;.I! ? '1 4
I .Field. .
'. .oM'. y not to b. 'wire"' 188 andwere .
There' ,
; -- have been 'prepared showing the location of'peopleand -the.develop1ment .I., , '. ., . .;.. ,
!. of different causes 'of.this section and one who all volunteers as to being transferred .. ,h .tV.hay'
no .
W.THOMPSON \ ,. their ". ,< V '
to' Carlstrom'Field'from .
fcIIFuneral ; in 'this' health offleers has .the-welfare: of South Florida," 'Jr : ',' p, di' '
'( former location at Roosevelt.; Field, II. .' .' '. '
and sanitary ''engineer are A directed heart'can afford not to be a constant NlneoIVWYV ' !.. j( "" '.
Director to the .very spot where,their ,services reader fef the Tribune.. It; is.:Florida's j V.We Informed- -that- this- fi'H-;{ A ( '
J; 1 have been St'. -
i I.a.. most needed. 1q f t metropolitan paper-1 carrying1/ r .. : tt
: the ""is the first arrival of the 1,500 wen .
: 1qThe'morbiditydivislon.of'this.Bu ;tuf.nlght and' day report 'of. the .< < .-. "fi!
_, bookedjfor'theJoe.l' ft
" '.11' has been week. Associated .Preis With that; are< )ins .
> Itl.AND; growingevery Intelligent core;
. 'fields.tH '* whom are v expected-
., It is ,through this divsion that an ta- respondents In every nook and corner \
here the first of November.1It
\ LICENSED. EMBALMER cMX of health' conditions of the people In its territory Its pig Sunday'- dl-M. be by

'| in furnished. A. study of the Information Won, has the moat{' complete 1;comic'I"time:.- amigo Colonel, Duncan that.tited that n'l hF'
"' it '
\ ; received makes possible and magacine/section/I .printed. th.
>t'i :;the Arcadia fields: would' be' restored'
'8t., ", I and Chapel, ,8t.wait'. \ AT.*.(, for anyone',to i know, the Health State, and the"..ubacrlptloR.rate..1on1 to .their normal condition.?chic. fall, .
conditions of FJorida a* compared *o $ $4.00 for'.1* ,
.f, lledmmM1.Ma'TILLER: -. \any other state, or of'one communitywith month. and$2.00,' for -three.- months.;:k and ibe..tatlonet.'there-wr psume'the: nuatberof will be itbdut: men F'' ". rI *; %

. another. " v" ," Write for ample copy'and' "'subscribe' '. ;: 8,00 '''when'w.. will once again ,"ea, 1 I ,: f j
I Physicians< are i required1 toreport; today, a '\
J i- ;; +:: J x",communicable within six hours diseases, .after.tothisoffice,; making\'; a AVIATORS, -,.wan'( FLY.INTO; . 1 : WHY' : ;. .t 'It
: I. .
A1 : diagnosis suspecting 'V the diseaseto MEXI Q.WILL BE FIRED: ON \,' 8Gt
be one ,required to v'be' reported. '
: Real ( Agency : These :reports are to >?* made on El Paso, .Tea: ept.;! {9.-.-American
,r..e..e..a..ww .w ardsFonn ,V. 8. No. .124))., ,Thediseases aviators fJying 4.,into Mexloo.will be Explanation: ;Qlven "Which 'EsPlaiu
t i declared'Co be,mmtiTitcable IredQponby. Mexican troops, accord--I."FJf"t, Efficacyof101Tonic: :. ;- 'R 1'jk
> Realty a.htfBd Gold.'r ., by the, State Board 'of/Health ,*re tog to a a message received today;frolD'Matco. I.tit. 1ot :- .
1( Houses rentedTaxes : 1I.ted'on these cards so that"the,Information | ?City,by, EI Nacjonsl. Ia-r, There'are, three Important ''Ingrediente !

paid jLkdVTitles .verifid I Ir '.b..lbbf. at1.all times. loan newspaper here, which stated UrDrrWiliams 101.Tonic, each
r : tbat' ,>one of whieh has a n,Important; duty.
A aupply/;of cards'has been "furnished Ignacio Bonillss Mexican am
.Jf. 'for non-residents. t;, ,: to'eY1'J'' physician in.the state,but ibauado.-at"W..hJncton! had' been ta-;-They.are. Quinine,' Iron; and Magne Hi

:', Fire,,Uf le',.aad Accidat. ,' i,." if"You'have misplaced yours you are structed-. convey. thin..information,, .., The quinine ,in the'tonic dear t ,
to the state :' ", j the blood of all'influensa, malaria1 :1': }at'1 c. leaf
6 .urea.. l : requested to ;;make Va' requisition formore department i VV
: ; / Bo' ... at once. It is V absolutely necessary ,Gen. *Dtegues, ,: ; Udemmry -
DORDER' Carranta forces In Chihuahua baa builds up the rich
kr ,that the State Board of Health stamina I .,
.1 ......'. ..... ..... ...... ...:, Gave to at where. Its and disposal when,', the'.information communicable not American yet been flyers ordered., pending to reply fire on of the the .ening the.weakanedbody-blood which( ,puts'and tbe magnesia Into:.the'I hum'of* the propeller- and' welcome DR. 'McCOLLVM, WELL,GIVE ,t s

as '. : United Boniflas' communication acts,gently On the-liver ,and bow.. the men amopg use in former days. '.;. ROlpWUP t
t diseases 'are occnring,1,' so' that the State'to LECTURED;:AT }
: I
OF /We" that these made .
. . are sure boys
i ASfERNSLiR public health' of Florid".maybe carried It.I. .lei.[Reporta of aviators el* cleaning away the *accumulatedpoisons. j .
:: flying over Mexico, have :*' :" ;'J "; : f \ V.\ ri tllotmi.take'htthe choice of location, : .. 'r'' -'
: brought 4
', intelligent manner; "
: on '. for thewill \the rigors ,, of the there three tt
neeurrmncsofaeiatic'eholeraV > many complaints' from, the federal This combination is :of.knownworth''or. escape At the present time are '
In the event, of' the << '
'KlaalmmeeChapter', ; " lljt bubonic official.. "? '. .''the treatment of Colds{I cold winter and will have a chance to men who, han national reputationIn ,?
M..ei Ja4 and 4thTharsdays P. .... ; .the't :!It ate Board plague shouldbe oryeUowV Information' < was'!' received,hers-to. LaG rippe, ...Fever.Chills, Influenza I 1 meet !some of,the! finest people in the dairy circles 'Dr.:B beock, the Inventor ,

;,' 'f f V BntsrnttyHaU.: : Broadway.?* notified, evV.\ '::telegraphically,, charges day,from",,'Gen.- .Dieguez that "six for ,.and' Malaria. ,, ., ,'-' **>.-T-T. [world .where the. skies. .are always. of the 'Babcoclf 'testerDr.DeLaval.jlnventorof ; p
. : -r! Miss ,'Marion, Sarg.nt: W.2LMiss mer Villa'foUowprehad'surrendered I During lastyear's Influenia'epiJMemic : :i sunny j.and. blue.* We welcome the / the cream'' separator ,
R. :Xllsabeth Do .nDo'$.ey, collect, .All other i telegrams' should: to ,his- troops and :'sought' ; amnesty. 3 the,sales of.101'Tonic' increased with open hand and hearts, ] and Dr. E.V7 McCollura, who;
: .
be sent '
rrepaid. of. the'Board- Their' pardon, was ..granted,1. it ,was over'' 600 pel', cent This;is proof rand extend',to them a hearty"InvitaLion in'' the last two'or'three ''yea,. 'has
.CMnsM. flit lien Net Aflect till t1si4VM I n'I policy ' .;' ? to come to fawn as soon as pos- the' but .wonderful
.ne. tutf '. Vi> i-plenty of .the value of this remedy given us simple'
of Health that morbidity . ..
J" ... atM 'require f I: j. If !sibie.- and .get. .cqualnted.-Arcadia .of what, milk and 'buttel' 'fat'
of It. toate and Uz effect. .. .. or ,treatment of. !"Flu.At, the ato., '
?IvnsnOMOOUII11Nt.Wttertu.Mburlai..54 . . The Gazette wants a correspondenhIu first sign.Jof 7f1u" ormalariauze. DC.WUlism .' Enterprise*' mean. to mankind. ,, '.- fi I'
0- cloea ant e..e 1.11a.aee.4b ;':Colds Catu..drip M4 Inflacnra'lAXATmntOUO f McCollusn will give of his ..
'-': ,'"' tagab..e aeowbertb. every community In psceola county. .J10J Tonic. "A. 25 and 50 I Dr.1 on*
.. f tOf U. .1 lm.tur. 04 B. W. OttOVB. QUDONBlUiUts tMMvetbeMIL Send In the news, it will help,. the : cent bottle ,may be ;'procured'_ your I ''kItrm (Gasetta celebrated lectures during the Citrus ' V
1. ,(!oJ -. ( .- Taws le ash tare *T> ai's Qatetoe." paper and will keep''yoursection.b "" .' ".c_ ,....;.. : want sdtn't: 1' Valley. Seminar- Livestock: V Roundup.. .
The residents are 'C .. BOA,* lie, fore the "- Jdrng'atorai.. ubstttntes. .. r'.nf7OUy spars 3oema.: OcU,14.17'Uatvartit of-Sloridar $ + .
winter. iming X.W.(CROVr sl. 0e ea .pubU ; l i. . V."$ < ,..\ : ., .. 'r.,
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I" I > r :'[called' Mention 'to the fact 'that a 'CLiFTON''' OLIVER DIED ; The machinery'for'the: \ Will has. already cities and'ihe WPortsJndlca.Us that) t "'

\ JYJLLEY GAZETTE lunch room for the schools was no been shipped and activities'at the output of the mill will through'

experiment stating that such rooms SUDDENLY. F' FROM f STATE'rAPERs' the site indicate an early opening of Kissimmee and naturally the trade 1'

. '....V were operating in Orlando; Lakeland, ': the plant. Every new industry aids of the employes will come. 'to \that,
..,. IIh = Mw- Mri Bartow Ocala and St. 'Clifton( the small son of Mr. and " .
'If-, . Q.... Apopka., business in the nearby towns and lace-Timee-
Mrs J. W.' Oliver died Friday'
Cloud., ; -.V .__w..__ -. .-- .---- - .
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Wi'; av ........ *........' I I. 'One -feature of' tiie lunch project their home _in this city 'after a- short Kiasimmee has gotten its white'way ]( '
Si4. >. Vsm. .. ." .......a..,. which was dwelt on was eta economy.j illness. past the talking '
I '; SMS)<.,* .- _, t"\ .. ,_ .law 11t for the .lunches are served Funeral services were, held at the Ue Record ,.. .
a e
.; .. "" "t_" cents each and In eventand child) First Methodist church on Saturdaymorning Kissimmee's STRIKES SETTLED
,Co"" On* : _____..._.;... wishes a second or third 'serving it I : *t JO o'clock when Rev R: One"of young .- men I BEING
., '( "" ..IE y. "S rte. ... ,._:. _"..oor. win be supplied, though of course it F. Hodnett spoke a few consoling went out' In a skiff! last week and! ,
I "N ...7rMeee r IKonlh.....!. .... .10 'muat.be_ paid for at the regular rate.1. words to the beteaved relatives( and caught twenty-two fine trout in 'acoupl.'of I .

All 901Raii loatlon.' except from our I Mrs.- Best brought an end to the the 'choir' sang the appropriate hours by trolling a ,bacon I l
,, r Ie.Q s "reu n4..... must be discussion saying there was -no hymns. '" ,_ ; rin. How's that lot sport T-Polk | "
r / ,' by: tb. writer. doubt that by the meeting favored< the I,I Clifton 'was a member of't the Sun'day. -' County. Record.. C . Strike are ...,:settles! ad mea are gong back t. work. 'We will lass VV. V

fc'\. pa -1tauer'Wln-.not'e'reJ.urn.4,. lunch 'project and the next, step ,,' .chool,'and a number of beautiful I Kissimmee I tine our'ptrik.oarlw 'Cult Prices. .
V That "detour" south of
i floral .
'" (would be to the necessary'financial ::: offerings were sent from .
tf '
a ,(retrtjred'"I.. the Postofflceat"i' backing procure to purchase the that organization, as< well as from which has been the horror,of automobilists -, \ t ,
ee. Florida., .second-class matt.r.l. friends. all summer will soon be one

1.a'J" ,....FRIDAY..OCTOBER;10, l.lfFt work that'she..''Committees..Id. and are would now 'at report -i iK I Rose sympathizing The,Hill remains cemetery.. were laid .'to':'.'rest' in IT about. a dismal completed memory.and will The be brick open ' t.r: .h4Peaches ese Prices Ar For Cash Strictly '

,;j ',Twenty.flve to' thirty .cars of 0.i .- Mrs. Best then presented the '.ec- I the public .at once.-Tampa'Times..e. ' .

if :l eola'. frurt'will f ftkeJy leave Kissim ond theme for which the mothers of MRS. W. W. CARSON ENTERTAINS. Mac"ronl. -&'
'.f ; ;>i : had been called I II .. According to the, Kissimmee Valley heavy syrup No.: .1 .29 8 package.---- \ t
Kssimmee| together, BRIDGE CLUB.
'; JD.\. pac ing housea' this week ft (I that is the purchase of the lot ad-: 'I l Gazette a new'crate mill will be Peaches, heavy syrup: Mo. 2 ..39 Spaghetti, 8 packages ....... .25. ,
I' located Rbsalie.
nii is short
. VT at which a '
<*t Today' (Is '." .FarmerDay"; when the joining the Hart Memorial buildingfor Mrs. W. W.VCorson 'was.alcberming < distancefrom, Kissimmee, by the Apricots No. 2 .......... ...24Irish. Lard, per pound ..._....... ,.30 '.
I 44d memorial to" the' hostess
a permanent entertainingthe
\ ,,tanks; and post offices will ,;take a Kissimmee soldiers.! ![ Kissimmee Bridge .?club' at her Florida Lumber and Crate Company. Potatoes 14 Ibs ...... .65 White Bacon, per ound.._. .32 i ii t
I' Mrs. conceived the ,home ---- -, Picnic lb ...?._..._.. .80 !;
holiday, :whether the, farmers''do, or S. L. Lupfer pretty country east of the city.j 6 bars Octagon Soap.. .60 :
acres of good bearing a-rove; largestvariety --
not.'' r plan some months ago of providing ,j The room i,war elaborately' decorated of fruit place In Alliance 'Coffee, Ib can.."...-. .85 '
aJ on any one
Ir e .yr ti r.r..+.V a municipal play ground for young with asparigus fern' and .golden the county. Crop now on tree will Armours Coffee, Ib an---" .40 6,bars P. &; G. Soap_...... .50
*' j -people, .where tennis courts could be glow pay nearly SI per cent of the price
'Florida raise 'immense White House Coffee! Ib .64 6 bars Naptha Soap------- .60
maysugar asked. Term can be lad on part can. :
4 net up. and perhaps a croquet' ground.| Four tables of players enjoyed the
/> ..m o ntlbf I ,'.says, the' papers.. The lot mentioned was offered! to theladie. event, Mrs. B. B. Simpson winning ty of the Company purchase price Nelson Real. Senate Coffee tb ClII:...... .54 11 bars' Export Soap....... .50 ,

,IITJ1atj leaf bebat how. about. : the. ., for the purpose and an effortis :the rite. a servant's bell. ' Hudnuts 14.... 5 Ibsr..._... .25 11 pkgs. Grandma's Washing _

i meantime T, being made to purchase .it and deed I Mrs. Carsen refreshed! her guestswith FOR Apply 8ALJD.-A to} Mrs.square Drought piano Hammock cheap. Hudnuts Grits, 15'Ib........ .25 Powder ...........a.54

'. <. jt in tryst for the mothers or for the ,'; consolation ssdad 'Sandwichesfruit Groves /1-tf. 2 cans Pork &; Beansj; No.2.. 25 11 pkgs. Light House ......- .50 '.
: Ichildren of Kissimmee, as be, punch, pine apple cake with
'J may i ,
/Preparations are' already being thought best when the plans are cream and walnuts./ FOR 'SALE! =Or Exchange for a home. 2 cans French Mustard----- 24-lbs Pillsbury Flour ...... 1.85
. 'L .. ,made::'.to celebrate Armistice' bay in worked out. I The guests included the membersof ; one I acres block line from land,R.fenced R. depot and cleared at ..Or.n -, '2 bot Bullhead Catsup.25 12-Ibi Pillsbury Flour .;:... .95 ,,

,;t-1jfi ,ill..., ;Florida/cities.; ; .Th.t day isn I The thought of making the place. the club, Mrs L. H. Ingram. Mrs. <<. Lake, "Marlon Co., and I lot. 8 cans No 2 String Beans.. .25 Honey Boy S. Rising,24-lbs 1.80 "

''oI! Ulikely to'be, forgotten during the a memory park\...."for the soldiers I Dening Mrs.: S. H.. Bullock, aa.d-' Mis. In center, Fla.of Uxervlew.Address near' "Owner" 'Jacksonville ," 8 packages. Gold Dust...__-' .2 4 Lady Clair, 'S. Rising, 24-lbe 1.70 j

w t Vnemory of thin generation and a fit: where seemed later to meet trees the"general will be approval planted ;Marian.. Porter. f f Klsslmmee, _- lastJte1 43.-it-pd.. 2 pounds Navy Beans.-: ..,. 25 Snap Shot Self Rising_____ 1.70 i ';!
.,; tine celebration t would bring the of the meeting and many mssages PYTHIAN SISTERS INITIATE NAPIER GRABS-Well brown. fully 1 potmi.,Cowpeas -__._____. .09 Gold Medal Ran Cake Flour .10 ' ;|

""' : .f1eommunity' ,together' with a common from absent ladies favoring this FOUR MEMBERS.;' .- 120.00 matured'per stalks 1000., tl.SO Strong per yield 100 6 or to Kerosene Oil, gallon-------- .20 Oats, 100 lbs __.-_______.. 8.80

v interest.. plan were read by Mrs. Fripp. S Joints for planting. 100 stalks Oat Meal, package _.__.... .12 Shorts 100 lbs _______.__. 8.80 : i
''< \ :.. I The meeting adjourned WIth. the plant one acre In single joints .rowx4 .
'Tb..ate; ''director of'nune for understanding that action will be begun The Pythian Sisters helda well < feet. Good average corn land ----- -- --
'.1, It' ;..l ." v. along the lines of the hot lunch attended meeting at their ball onThursday product 40'.to..l tone per acre '

I/f8' )' "the' Florida Ant1-Tub.reulosi. Association and the memory park as rapidly a.* evening of last week.) when green annum.forage Properly 1 or cured 4. ,cuttlngaper makesexcellent CUT PRICE CASH GROCERYPhone

'+ 'stated at a meeting this week practical. four candidates Mrs. J. R. GilbertMrs. hay, practically equal ,to
,that ,hot school lunches have been O. C. McLean; and Mr. ane.Mr. alfalfa In nutrition. Now le timeto

""'. ..found ijo' increase the. efficiency! of| WHAT IS A PROGRESSIVE? .. Leon Fennell. were initiated'' Into Bulletin plant.No.See IIS.Experiment Terms cash Station with 141 422 Broadway
s the mysteries of the order. order. Reference State Bank of
ti pupils 86,,per, c first year. Editor Valley Gazette: Following the degree work;"Mrs. Auhurndale. F. I. Stone, Auburn- QUICK: SALES AND SMALL PROFITS

-This, should\provethe lunch project. What is a "progressiveT"" Jim Griffin, Mrs. R. S. Floyd and dale. Fla. 4S-lt-pd. Out of Town Order Given Prompt Attention

.* ; paying! Investment. 1 Of late years in Kissimmee the Mrs. 'John Beaman were'hostesses, ANTED-Practical nursing. Maternity
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.- term "progressive which should bean entertaining the Pythian' Lodge and cases a specialty. Phone 101.

.t'I I n. schools-:have conmpleted' honorable one, has fallen into disrepute the Knights, in their new banquet Mr*. Mary E. Games. Sl-4t-pd. _

.. .tsi 'of because of its frequent appropriation -hall, serving ice cream and cake.
IJrst nth the 1919-1920 term *
by persons of unsound DWELLINGS\ torrent Apply to M

T. .1. wand 1 began>> the second, Monday morn-financial judgment. MASONS INITIATE NEWMEMBERS Tiller.rot .

\ i.J :.JngJ ;with a'complete faculty of efficient Real progressiveness has an element I Orange Blossom Lodge ol. Free RENT-Two room_ apartment. ICIr

'. :-.01 =y.o teachers and a large enrollmentof of permanence, it la*so managing and Accepted Masons conferred the with bath and screened porch, SI*
ihe conditions of today that they Master Mason degree upon. E.' C.Dusenberry per month: three room apartment,
: ;..y. ,of .poplls who. are.", evincing their intention SS4; four room apartment, SSI. Single 1
atits session
will of not regular'
) necessity ( only perhaps) room $3 rice '
":"I.o' of\doing good work this year. be Letter tomorrow.But {Monday evening in the presence of a fnoludes water e'.ionrhtIbl.If; \ 'lwM

1.. ,lists safe to. predict, that the record for this condition to obtain it i large audience of regular and visiting pleasant close In. modern. Mrs. E.
.. yt q .established. will ,be a splendid on.. must be built, on a solid rock of sound members. During the session Mr. E. Wells. 114 Mabbette St. Sf-tf. I ,

.. ples. I I Claud"Harper, whoseMasonic membership :.
"Af' i'rWe FARMERS Bend today for a free sample
.: A. childish optimism going "it is carried fn another lodge, copy of the Florida Farmer and 4
.)} ,' had ,,been' anticipating a pleas- knows not where but on its'j presented to the local 'lodge; in appreciation $tookman.' ublt."ed at JacksonvilleTells
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. JI .aiit.vWP 't ;;OrUndo to .attend the .U about livestock ralalnir.
if ,' ODe step ahead and two backward, of its many courtesies to poultry, fruit and truck
< ., .IIo. 'rneetidgiftha'South' Florida Press not'progrssiveness, however it. may him a beautiful 1 electric emblem and Ing, twice a moth at Soc per' year-
'" accorded of thanks three for '..00. Only livestock
.. 'Association tomorrow but Braille was a rising vote, years
Davy'Crocket's adries:we.t"Flrst for the same.SURPRISE and general farming paper In the
t Brossier threw a' monkey wrench iq' .. Write today.
be sure you're right then'co.. ahead. n tfV
,1 J1. the,machinery. How would you like Now that Kissimmee rhas escapedthe ( PARTY FOR CHRISTIE FOR SALE-Eighty acres; II acres V Vl

a te'get an Invitation ; like :this and scylla of the charter, pray, we be SUMMERS cleared and under fenoe > acres In
bearing grove 41.000 worth i
t .3." Have, your, wife read'1ti'atT"\ "Do not wrecked on Charybdis, but steam fir cypress' orans/e.timber on tract; four'

; 4 tie forget, I promised plenty ,of ing safely through the .channel o1. The friends of Cliristle 'Summers'Sve room house and- kitchen., AI.o" l '
bunch ofranr
bead of cattle and rood ti
cool calculation out into the
come him" the surprise of his lif..Frt. -- :
looee the. "
pretty girls for, the. m.a. and good bop or rang ,
open sea. of when they "came in for a spend- Farming tools and Implements. Ix e V
looking men for ihe ebb,.and I,'have prosperity.CITIZEN.. the-evening" In honor of his fourteenth rated near Kenansvllle.. Price .*..0. SAM'S MAILS are safe and sure and our splendid
ball.b, balance terins to suit. B UNCLE
out one for
picked : special
you. birthday'anniversary.. H. Ouy.' Kenansvllle., Fla. 31ifPOR for attention mailed
giving deposits
NeaotliUoR't';; still,, pending,:'but About twenty-five young people assembled
'It looksMe'we win be) forced to"de-: W. M.' B.- U. TUESDAY, at'the'' Summers'/ home en 'SJALJD-fjeeoad-haad Ford ears the result ca.haI'.tudiecJ\\
of. &
a eort to satisfactorily
a &arp'.q
'4 Motor serve
Emmett street, an4 spent,,two bobs at attractive rjoes. .Osceola ;
cline. Th. Won Ttfiajiionary .BaplJIt with merry 'games on the veranda. c... 107 Broadway,

A M *K the Union met at the Ikgroe, of ,Rev and Mrs. Summery, who'was taken inti BALEi.='M'loom' .4< and:constantly growing list. of out-of-town. depositors..! ... j. .,
;r The mass meeting called by ,FOR eottage'si '
'Mrs. O. B.; Falls Tuesday afternoon the "secret-served'punch' and sandwiches Broadway, Kissimmee. IX C. Her. ; : a
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I': city 'council at, >the request of a the 10r' the .regular missionary study.. : ,' at;the-close"of the fun;. ton,,,..S* NM Walnut Street Akron.. 0. \ ": CANT'coMEtidf TOWN '
rK Xinisterial Association; to discuss the After the devotional exercises an < :' ... 41-it-pd. WHEN YOU ,
.ctioa' Interesting program ''MS&MiV-\ '. .'" '.' ''. i;'- : \ "oX
of suitable merorial .to our"eoldler" RED. STATHMBMT Or THB OWNERSHIP
'.; ] Mission Outlook" "',/led .by; Mrs. SL.NOWr CIRCULATION. tFTCJMKMtUIKBn 1''M//'fj i" i ;;l '.:' USE THE MAILS 1:* 'tL( : '" .1

"boya.t shouldbe :;attended by""J... E. Lupfer. r'Mra. ; -'. ay. THB, ACT'or. .. '- ..... . r . f ,. ;.t.\... "
If "e.4' isiat' cr.ORE''O"A.I1GI18T ; *- +- '
loyal citizen bf Kissimmee. The Falls told of "The Missions dyer +
ervwry Mrs, G.. W.;'Beat wishes' to .: > Of Kissimmee. Valley t .
suggestions contained in ;the resolutlona Rebuilt" ; the Red' Cross khaki .weater"yam shed'weekly, at Kissimmee. ,Florida.tor If you trip trop as ... we win gUtOyrfel yea '

'of ministers; the Mrs. J. A. Barclay spoke, on.. the and sock yarn at,2- pound. October 1st. Itl'
the gray per
erection 1. That the name and address of

; ,-Gf va tnnniclpil .piblic,building..subject Foreign-Mission"Th. Imperative'Work" "' Need"J In;; the The, local.bpplJ'organization.of.Yam which was..-the left'in war and''bu.inesa the publisher, managers editor managing are:. *f-editor., t .Mare ..... it, sad bddeataDy a fits ;... ,

Is timely .and'' appropriate, and we '" Mrs. N. C." Bryanreviewed the, closed will all be .sold ;out A at this .PUbll.heric Kissimmee_ Fla.Valley. Gee rcaseas I' sheald sue tab beak.ISTME.BANKOF. ... ;

,.believe,',,will meet.the",, instant approbation "Advance Mis* Cornelia of Missions"'in Lancastersang! Italy,, ,,re. rice, and' any v one wishing1 yarn' may Editor, ::W B., Harris/1 Klsslmraee, ... ..... : . .. way .yea, lOr. .

; of a large'number' of our pro.,beautiful.solo,.with Mrs Steed at the Inquire. of MraV-Best.i.f/1/--I ,.v. f 4Maniging 'Editor, 'W-B. Harris, $i.sinus. i.-
"r. (''Cressive .citizens. Such ,a building .. Fla I. "
piano. '
fvV M. E.;, LADIES: WILL HOLD AJ; Business .Manager, )II. O.<;'}sans, Ae'h.w
has peen needed finis time Mrs. w. H. Jones "General .
a long ; gave-a : :V FOOD. SALESATURDAY Kissimmee Fla. "
:#, '
Survey'of Wark In.Bradtr .4' 1. 'That the owners are: "
and now' that 'It will double ; '
serve a ,
'. .' .: Fla.ylPP. .
Marlon ,' ; -W. B.. Harris! Klsslmraee.
'Mrs. Carson' the
purpose it is to be,hoped the matter''t reported 'Tie ladies ''of the,Methodist church ., AV TansAgnew, Jacksonville. : ,
;work of "The, Annual Conference ;
c 'will ,be;: pushed: to, a' auce..atul.fcon.; i:Japan Missions." <; ":" wilT hold a: cooked food sale:Satyr- I. kThatnie: 'known: bondholders' .

cJUlfon... ... I I... During the pleasaut.1oe1a1., 'hour day afternoon at'the .Bo8enOn '.cIne mortgagees\ ,' and other security, hold. ,'jo
\ .o'clockwhen ortaoldlnsr ', ? F
'', store beginning 'at\6 ere owning per--cen or
the hostess''' served cakes and
y teao, .. there will be"ofdalntle. :more < of V. the total amount of bonds, "' ""
an *
"' ,.MOTHERS-TEACHERS'' CLUB L _ cheelatficka.; : :.-, .: _' on .... .. "Mrs. .ro'J.. McCra- mortgage Anne Palmer,. or other Fell-securities Warren ton.are Va: '' ..>.... 'KI'S'Sf'H'HEEr'1' .... .>;..11:: .w.

PLAN CIVIC IMPROVEMENT'i 'IIRnlDAY' fOR'Sa..TUR nie, Mrs. J..-L. Overstreet.and' Mrs.G:1 .. ''r .JIL" G. (vANS AGNEW
:.-..,. PARTY ; W. Persons will be in charge.CIassifrAdvedi3 .- lwOr.tet and subscribed before .me 'v
OLD. ibis{ It h day of October !"t.. RESOURCES $750,000.0 ''C.PitaJ
A meeting Mothers-Teach-1 I / ''
'i of the' r -fr1 1 '.jt- A 10.' 'era' the Bart Memorial Fri.. AI.-s. 'i' Notary Public. t
Charles Grantham 'celebrated his Sn rtyoommiseioa empires: Aprll- 1. n... \
'Uy was ,well attended and 'd..p i.- r ..
,, ."\ terest wask shown in the subjects disVcusjsed. sixth birthday anniversary by i entertaining i.-: 4 .' '- I I t Dlnet.nt *
Officers i
.JlO'I"IC1DoI aad
., *. \ a number of /little folks at ._ .. : i'' *.- ?<0;: 1

,,' .. 'Mrs. .O.- W.- Best .ably-r. presided-over;the home of his parents' on' Mabbette : "i 1'' :''bids'will be''reeefv.d"b> the C A." CARSON, President; .. .M. KATZ and E. r.. LESLEY, V-P,

: the meeting,'placing the plane of the street Saturday afternoon. Jolt. FOR-:BALB.-'. share* of:"stotfc'.o: ? the Board of County Commlalonera of Os- ., :S. '1>.,;,JEFFORDSr. Cashier ' -
eeolaCount Florida, to 10
I, games on the lawn amused the children j% ut a. m.i
: the aaalenee.t. > The first1 and. ice cream were'serv. State tiie -t Klsslmraee.Breceivedkbjtthe rs Mavember.' the .Srd. A.-. D. 101.r on fur N. B. CARSON: 'J IlL KATZ 'r
'ClFbefore .was that eta hot' :cones for above will.' alture for ._. .ewi vault a.per blueprints t .
IleboolV children .and Mrsv ed, then they were invited Into..the ? Cbelten. 'Tru.-" CompaayvPhiIa.t on Hie In the Office of the Clerk C. A:.CARSON.H.a FLEMING ' 4S,4tISACRES iV
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Best called dining room',where.the gay'blrthdq f tb\ ClrcMBt..Court? KI..lmm.Flor. r ,

.who U chairman oniMrs.of the'J.Earle committee Lupfer. ; to,>1 cake, .was, the center of ,attractions ":!' ** ..r., 1 Id.- The, ,.,:'Board'reserved-: th.rright.; top.; VV N; C.' BRTAN,,, '''. E. L..'LESLET, 1. .r

", '! :'ap.ak on the sublet V ;' <' Charles:received anumberoftoys, all' cleaned and"Vfen *d. ,ject-anyland J ; all / WADE 'TUCKER tD1ni: tan.
books V.' r//- OVERETRDET. ./ .
Mrs."Lupfer> ,told of i visit she had' ,.,andgame.1, gifts". from"hiefriends. ; ,FTamalbouee' and several nice erases jo* ; - )i.....
Clerk of Board Commle- I
the of County .
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made to Orlando la company"with i. At the party'were 1t;warcl' and Os ,; : trees. ,'00" Nelson; KesJtT ,goats", of Osceola,f County. .FloridaNJ *-.
Mrs. -i'

t aid ,Miss Bestirs..Alblna'Snodgtass'.Smith,., ,to'Mrs.see Steed the'.weld ,Falls, Richard ,'and' Rosalie .l.FINK' station LJTTLB1, school,' and Church,.at.' Rye '.- .... ',,' I.. '.. : .' I :" .. . \ -.
Hilton Gerald Oliver and << "
,'in operation' there. She 'Croxton, bearln rrove and the/ best klnd'ot
Marlon Edna and I :! right the Dlile HlcbwaVt .
Carson Cecil JWil- land. off .- .
i told of its success of last; ':year when' and i ,Owner lives In IHInols and wants .tesell. ..... .' f I ;'". t., -
llama "Maynard EIaln Panlk ;
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4 It completed year with a snrpUsioffortyfivexdollars ,; Ton<.can'bur'. this place rtaht.Terms : :-" .' ,..... , #I.
= ; .. {LaTrella and Charles Grantham.Mrs."C. . can be had 'It' ..1Ir .... . I
? "i : ,- j I. '" "'" Cot / .. .. ,., . '' ..,. _. . ..... : _
.expenses; ; including- sakrles of 'a1 .> AV Williams, MrsT Marion ,iSlsho you. yelaottvttaalcy; : : 'J. .Ar: ""' ,., -, '. _.
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Canon land Mrs F. R. .
: Chapmanwere ;; .
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manager and: a cook.: FORTY ACRES'.Of' fcood .land.1.about ':: II0 .
' Lupfer'' felt) confident tbatr no I lK Iv' present to asist In directing. '.t.... mile from Kissimmee, not far :' . L. :; -1 ,,' ,
aerious'obetsele'barred. the'way'of games and '.ervin .the guests. off the brick road! nearly 'twe"'n 1 .'MoNjIs (ED .li. "' '
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'Xiislmmee . ., ,-,}. '. t.j J.

if they banded 'themselves together .' ... ...; ,
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:with this, as'a',common interest.<; 'I' ', ,. . ; ..
Mrs. Steed made a talk ruite to thepoint ;, : .pdy' !Attai.a tee;: "ope.'DayHljLl.u ..".....,.:..,.' :",, ., ,
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,the,I' ti'ed .on: the. school work when __ .H...... ,. ... ..: ',' '... ..{ ".r. : .. t'!' .: 1.. ,, ... ...., '.' f" ,,. ". I" -,
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thetnaprlty' .
of the
-"" school IS' .
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'C 44. 1 ;who were-obliged., carr,,' lunch .... ... ',,' :.1. .4', } } *" '," ; M ,.
//were', able. .tosecure, a. hOt lunch in : ':
"1 ." of the unbalanced food usually "I' ;"' ,"" ". ( ,' : ; ; "
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,'" :foond in the' dinner basket.< 'Where 't < iY"l l' '"

:J f.the lunebes are ,aerv.d,. teachers are :'EISELSTEYN' BR0&,MFuneral T ; ,, MONEY :
;j ,unanimously in._their '.favor; ')Ira. .. ..( : ' : : : ... '" . ,.
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'fiteed "'emphasised' the.'cnat advantge ;.; ....
'. 'f.' ''* tfaeuchildren.'derived .* from '!the : .1" ', ; '" ./1. ,
EnibalinerSTe \
Directors '
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a '',. ...r\ _trieiOWl,,food.. rnd at the hot ,.. ; ":. ,, '" -, -:;- '.. i ,

f"itnncfl rooms,' tf & ", t i : Ir
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ft '. '1 'I>r.;; W.. Bv Wltberspoon favored CLOUD FLQRICX" i ".. MAf''i' ... 1 M p . r M
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. : ;tfte-hot lunch room and Jokingly. sub'jMrihed : ,; ., J. t r. +;
:the 8m. to the,equip .. .
apoon -
\1' t."n offer ....,-immediately ac- .., ..r... ; T I.." }' .* 91 'I' ; :;\S ee'StfiordBeforeYou: Buy
t: .c'-
-fl.. .' iTpaJLaieJ the donor war;, invited ,to ,,1' .

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THE;.JOS&iMMEE-VALLEY GAZETTE*!H OCTOBER ,H.ttlf.; 4'7, ,. -7< .

{I "' BIRTHDAY*' PARTY ",FOR'BETSE1. ... .. .. ,' ;.. .. :,'-:32K:, .: i'
$ino Theatre CARSON. .,. '. J
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[irssorAWEEKI j' '. . Ie i

; Week( of October''13th Mrs. ,C. ,A.. C.nonefltertalMd t .. .
I : ""* .m. ..tur Bit-.II' colors, at ;Central". Dru ; Nle t '?lI-IO.,: for net small granddaughter, Betsey. '(
;ore.Don't. .j I Canon, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.C. .

miss seeing tbe'.firii .. In A, Carson, Jr.,.who celebrated.herfifth .'. .
t "Perils of Thunder ; . 'J3TAJR4. ANt Dow.elIV". bIrthday anniversary' on. that -

hat thrilling serial ,at, the : of dar.Games' .
I: ,,OF :MOUNTAIN" played on the lawns '
onday night. .
and refreshment were served at the ;
:% B., Crawford left: :Tuesday ...hbul'n In ." close of the afternoon.: I tI
Palatka in the Interests of I I "TJiJII (IPPI7TtTRA1, Paramount About twenty-five little people) .en./ .
Southern! '.UtlUtI..-COmpany. H. '. Frltm'ln -. joyed the merry ..event. ,j ," '
d. to be home tomorow. .[ DERV" L1)IT'WICDlIlC.DAW',-
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;; : Stewart", '.- 1nTWO WOMHM.' ' :JUSTICE;
,Jeff InHARD . > It's one thing ;be ;Innocent but It's !
; 'UONa1* quite another to'prove It, particularly I
IF ' THVItSDAT. 1 II when a rascally lawyer finds' it
>* TalmadqaILto' NEEDLK.: profitable to iret.yourscalp.v
Ti'Iangla I In this WallaceReid
; \ thrilling" plcturs _
> .L Lord Coinedy" .. I ,is sentenced to death makes a : .
Ye. am a Bird,;'walstie, *i.g 'aa..k 1I i j-HE RAJAH""* a I sensational escape from a train, en : F-- '
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h__ a I| $-t, Y.atur.Title Announc-- I route to prison lives, 'In "Funeral : ----T- . )
; .o.and In' Lobby,) Range" awhile grows a beard and
: : .l4 .mA8HEas.f';: eventually gets back to' civilisation: ;
H and makes it hot for Mr.'La1f7.r. AttheCadno'Theater '
aseny.BUT '.N.w. Reel : (
.ATV.DAY' ( .: Tuesday., LAZZARI : .:
Caru.oin / '
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f ,, .nnft Comedy.'"" ." ,t. Arteraffc ..." "I," .; .-G

If 'M are earefal el yew iu.ces I ': I PATS TO HXBRCI80.: .. ., Miss Mattite Bandy'observ.d;; : the ,< I" : "'Ii. ,, ." .'
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'CMId.. I ,1 ','"' . ti.
/ semi-annual opening her h.t shop AnEdison ,
}I. a "Dear bid Daddy ,,,,, ',' ., , ,
rop.r.of Friday the ladies' Kls- "A' 1" ,:.iI > i"
I I Legs, ', only. 16c, 'at Central!I simmer; and inviting the'vicinitv to :call of and ,. . '* " ,\" ,,,"... ..' .-$; I' ..,: ;.;;< ,.-, ...
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GASH; PRICESWhite Stor Leon ; .1(inspect the fall and winter showingof . . . ,;,,:"... : "J:,;;/ { "",.rr.#.. , ... II .
: and Mrs* Ban moved hats. .. : : ., '."; ; "jf'l; \, : ."" '\ I':
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i this where he is '. "1 "..., i ..
I week now deeorated '
Oils i _.-$ '." I shop -was fr" '
. \ \ r with' a central figure of palms, : ,
'Texas. Oats ,*..-. !,-_.._. Lucy Lupfer left'Tuesday for ferns ana potted plants. ) '
Western .Shorts 3.4 l I h, N. Cw w, ere. she entered St.,I The style for !hats seem to follow Discovery I r "t :
/,Acad.m).' no set"rules' In shapes this season ,, : .
HeckerY Shorts PorcKle '''Pherlgo: and Thel- for they are-shown in all sues from -, ,\) .. I' ...
Hen .Scratch are attending the busi the small turban to the large picture .* ,wAll
:,.hats.' One feature .prevailing America rises to acclaim Carolina
in Orlando.i many r ..
15ft pk. Irish Potatoes- 'of'I the patterns Is the tendency for

1'' Meal aDd Grits ._ I and Helen Mrs tioyt W. L.Wlnndaughter Wlnn; arrived .the turned up back brim. Lazzarl,- the wonder-contralto of the/ :'
;; Many materials are used, the usual .
Lard. Compound ,..____... I Sundayafter her' grandmother seven in'month's Day .felt and velvet are shown with quantities decade. ,'.0" '

Picnic Ham ?.-..-_ .% . .. of beaver and fur. Combinations The Metropolitan Opera House is not" '
this in.
'are smart both
No.. 2 Canned COm / t 1' J. A. Barclay Orlando season, '.
*- material and color. ,
big enough to ho'dieradmlrersT.ho: :
to hear the, special
riot of color is withup.
No. 2 English Pes_ _, A. shown
in the;: Baptist Missionary browns leading, with blues whole continent' pleads :'for' 1 concert, : ":: I"f'
Jio. I Tomatoes ,
_.-____. who will appear there today and reds strong' favorites. Wilson
No. lj/i! Tomatoes >_,.:_. evening' '* red and the new brick'shad are 'dates. '\ 1.f: 'l"t
1 Sarah W Partridge,the Flor much used.Trimmings. '
No. "'2 Tomatoes' ._zl_12 ( e agentwas', in town. Friday run principally to Ost- \ '. Edison picked "The Meteor" several .:
't 2 Kellogt Com Flake) _' ,.% with Miss Albina Smith, rich when the plumes and fanciesare '-
i In'charge of the home exten- equally favored. Velvet flowersin i I years ago Then she hod no re'puta. .
2-lbs Navy -?..__-_ .% for Osceola 'county. all: shades '
Beaus are attractively employed tion. But Edison .discovered, that-she
2-bs" Lima _.._.___' .% I and Mrs. John Hart spent'' the on many model. "
Red M.rrow'Bean.' I at Mr. ,and Mrs. Flewell- Children's. hats come In soft felts, .. had voice. Edison has :the 'only ,
home, out..of Orlando. Their Velours and shirred velvet. :. ,
lOci pkg. Cracker.._. of orange and grapefruit ..sclentiflcsystem" .for ,measuring; the.

20c pkg. Cracjur, *_---____ of fines) quality of fruitii BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR quality of vocal and instrumental art.' "
i B. B. Simpson returned Sat- CLARA SUE LEDBETTER '
Crisco.: 49'' and. .______.. .'.' from Stanton Va., where! she for It Is called the: Edison ,Method of. .
_ Sliced i her daughter Miss Adah Lou (Written week.) '
Pineapple ;,., -i__ Voice :,
I fcfhool. Mr:, Simpson vl,t! *d A merry crowd of little folks'as. Analysts'M.: ,
Sliced Peache. -;- ,. >> r : In Jnckeonvllla: between sembled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ."

Canned Pumpkin .' __.___ .* J. .C. Ledbetter Monday afternoon to '
\ Pherigo who' has been spend celebrate the birthday "anniversary of :EDISON;
Rex Pork, and Bean.._ few days' vacation with .his Misa Clara Suewho_ has reached her' ne' NEW

Ambassador ;Sardiner '?. _'_ .% ,' Mr. and Mrs. J. L Pherigo tentW-year. 't t ,

m Corded Pork _____-_ -- ..z ( Saturday for New Smyrna and The of afternoon the school, hours were'spent following in thedose outdoor .... "Thm Phonograph'to I th'a. I.i'So, l" ', 1''JI'
he to a ,
'goes accept: t.
White >)Tun Fisb1 _.____..:__ '. position.' "Y pew. \ games when la peanue hunt was : i\ I I,,
PinVJSalmon _:: ______ I 1 F 'Sedtinputchaeld'l Mr. theprinciplediversion, and In ex The qualities -that'.H !/ le a'tartijtAnything\ yott- , ';; :
; by'n
--- amining-the.: number of pretty gifts artbt''cre.t' Jpti'' the | : music Is mth.!! '..
Tin!7'Cretan Pea ,......_iTincy .._ of' D. Woodbeck the ; ,and A of new Dr. the hostess-, received. The guests .ta'.N naeeuaSiEdison: LibraI")"' of:'REf|h.*I.
Roadster not -
; property were then,refreshed., with ice cream CREATION done b)" an-
t i Sugar'.Corn ._._._ .' ,. have been-..added to the" and jdraferai.iiAt the.gtialttiesithatmak.idlt: \ artist, 'of .n lativ. .

,Cold, Bert/Asparagus Tip... .%J't't"t: ..of good 'can''owned. -- by ciu.<.-, *' -' .the' party.were'Ceneva: i greatVoice., -. Bat' ''osdy1'f' ,, ,gift a RE-CMEATE9 1 ." 7'
the city. son.r..WIIhemisa>.Canon. Julia Led !Edison saakea ,this ecleawith .Irthe power beau.*. ..
Coc1&iT T.Cues t> Piatapple ... .% : Osceola High School is sched better ..Mildred .Lightsey. .-Cecil. McLean v tine analysis-Only Edlt, ) and feeling. of the orson ,
Nol 2 Beat Sweet, Com....1S ,. be'; here Saturday afternoon !WalterTynerrEdwin." Barnes, knowswith exactiIglrtal.. Come,'.into our. ..'
) the Tigers. The Tigers an Joe Tucker :Trances-Bailey-Dorothy '. tude, how to choose those ( store' and uk *' ';s 0\
II ,E..". ),.,.. Gsareet r, ., .. ':a -victory-" although JCissim- Bullock Louise May/CarrolMakin- I "voicesrwhich are worthy' favorites-Ask! tor''Lz'y.; 5:J'.:
oJ 't has that is a'iffl- r ., '
; ;: a team son Clara -Tuckerr .Virginia Harris of perpetuation sari. See;if th..NewEd .
: ";.ba 1le:-rl.n' City', Courier!, Eleanor and !Altli A3uth j jOverstreet, ..1 t <, You will find. that Edison ison' doesn't give. "you t '
IT'AYL.ORt5 and"Mrs. Bart Bryan, 'nacom. Louise McLean J Maura ret: Waring. \" ,<,';;r[ artists> Vre the artists something flnerthan'yod; t 'WI' '
+; by Mr. '.nd.M.. ...;G.'. W. J Best,I Anna Lee Cleefdey.-Florence McCor- . "'"J.) with great voices, the inever'. heard 'on'anyother?,:'\, r''\ I " ,
M )i daughter, Miss N4tllie. en-.qu.ndale.r.EveI1\ poulk*> Alvin Mc- 1 strumeritaliits o f fault- .phonographs, t"
S '1 a delightful motor trip Sunday.Cranje, f lee-JSingJetary.,Alexander ,4 "'. '
O shDr'oei : ] visiting; the Crooked Lake i Akerman,.;Albert. Criner, .Marshall , CENTRAL. DRUG STORE! t. :
F , .... <. ry; ,,i and, returning homo by moon-' Miller Davis-B/unson,. :John :T. :, ." '
t- Carf{ ': ..,
. .. ; !: "Lesley. LedbettaCarplyn: Grit- ;; Agents "I
. '
..' , : :I I Rubber'",Gods., the guar fin, ..Eheabethand faille, %, 'dbtter 'r ... a . .. .
t and Athalia, Griffin . 'u %, ,
line. shipment 'Just I -. '. < ,

./ Y Bottle'. Water.Syringe Bottles, Fountain, Combina'.Sy GOOD.LUCK BIRTHDAY, PARTY' . ,'" ,

,; etc., j etc., guaranteed for 12 FOR MISS ALPHA r WESTFALL 4 "
., by' Central Drug', ,Store. \i'* '(Wrltt.ri't' :we.1i.j' r
:: Tax
k 4I:3cense ..
41 ; .Misses Frieda Schwelkart,, and .,' : .,
B.'Aaltman: left for El
-B. Dorothy ,Wells were hostesses the .
.. : Texas, Wednesday take ,her "good luck" party Friday evening at ,Notice Is" hereby given that'sfate'and'' ;;

Mr'; and Mrs. Henry and ''Mrs.M.. .0;: .Wells. on Mabbette. profs; ,
Mrs -
,- > : Aultman expects :to street "
In'Texas till thebolidaysIn:; .Tbe"ev.iati was- in' honor'of: Miss 0.
climate agrees.with' her;: Alpha" .WesIfaIPw.irthday' snnl'lerearyr !" 'flce"on'October', 1st. A1J'p: r.onsi'lrl1ul; "or' .
: _....... .
. .... .."'!, \.....,...." :. t. ... : d' ten tract and: :of twenty.timber-thousand. laud* of- be-ac attractive and,'' she presents received"' to '.commemorate.. number:of corporations liable, for this 'tax: Who ..have'* ., ;

.. '- \ far from"JCIsimmee.- Tim- then-event. Accompanying these pres : not' pald''tho same on or before October' ,
clover Savor tied :. ,
,be worth half the-price of onto Was a .four-leaf. I
'0' k \ timber. and have valuable with'' a shower 'or greenand white. 25th'will, 'reported to; ,the ,Prosecuting', .
i ...f 1 .' ) left.- Will put buyer In' dl- ribbon and inscribed with he'''name \ '
r. connection with. owner Nelson. of the guests.' ,, Attorneyoftho'CouhtyCourtforlmmedlate,
ON : ,Company.. 'A. book contest occupied'l the early '
) : i
; ,. Ad1.'of'Bartow and Geo. part) of the evening when 'RaymondBeavden prosecution. :If in,. doubt as:towhetheryonh:, ;

soh I shillropezi.Meat M << ; .Jof Jacksonville, who. have ., ,was presented with a maga- 'are liable for any such, ta ,write or'call{ OHL .
: from France have been a .reward for making: the best '
l fo erJJ'.oec\lpied by ; ; 'the Oliver boys here. Char record.. '* J .the'thide: >t'sIgiled.: 'C.\ L. BANDY (
keepthe very it"ofJ' [l !, remembered ,as voV- Prom cards In the'shape of four- TaxCbll 'k"
: ctoif.
r ', living1 price Thi*.will with Comp.nYt B," ,while leaf' clover were distributed and amusedthemselves theironng . ' | .1 J, 11

were. George- 'Faster Joined air grounds them ) 'people',with prommed. rook 'and other . . S. !.., !.. .)......, .....,. "..,.....;. ...,... It,.... ": I

CASH r 1 . games;, The evening. concluded with "
: ,A STRICTLY i assistant i' mnsjc, stunt*' and refreshments.'when r v J'
"' .' Battle n,- LAwton _
'and assorted cakes served. "
1 No 'delivery,.no. telephone; : agent 1r.'lor.' 0 "Tallahassee* and Mrs.' !'ptch.. *.. *.... -. .
give the people! the yv.count),-,were.county Kissimmee agent visi Those .attending the 'Jeanette:

1 .!. ,price...and.youjcan: : Monday,, :coming to' attend a Misses PrevattParcie.Alpha .:Oliver Westfall, :Lillian Harris fAl S"O,1:$ .
F' of the; home';demonstration ,Elisabeth Ledbetter, ,
Brisket' and Rib.. 'Stew .. ; : ; when Miss Sherman .tate' di- Wells, Nell Cooper' Frieda Dorothy :

,', Be!t ,Cinch Routs; tt>_. : : ; ; ;. : ':of, Florida Anti- kart ,Gladys ,Griffin,./,Margaret Brun. '.( ..." .' : L
A good Beef Stem; Ib.: : : ;: Association' was' the son,' Lois Overstreet Mrs. Wells, > ... "
Sirloin"'Porterhouse"tad' ; : for the, afternoon.- Messrs. Raymond Bearden. ..BoscoRoberson . .
,, snd Mrs Bosarth''arrived this ,'.
Roy Graves, Stratton Story .A. .
Side Pork Ib u i.i..;". : : : : 'from 'NeDrulca.cominCtbroup Sheldon ,Johnson, Bryan Simpson, "' JA.1arp -shipment t'o'LiaLtop' : Shoe*.has just ar'nvM -'. : fJ
: Pork ,Shoulder Ib -' !-:' : : : : in their car.', Their son Robert Pag* Clyde: Brandon.Mr.. '
... Pork Shoulder Rout. tb; ; some.'weeks earlier''and 'I* -a Rich and John Graham.'' =. ;.. at.. our',,*tor. for your approval, '..( ,>'*others', WiS ". ,
Pork Ib" ..:. _::... at Florida.University: ,- at '
Ham. :
I '' -;
Pork Chops;;untrimmed. : here.., three Mrs.years'Boaarth ago spent and said'a MISS,HELEN* WINK SURPRISED' . . ,be coming. in right i along'now, ;' ;. \ .,\ "
Pork Chops: trimmed. : ..' so well>pleased> with Klssim- : MONDAYS .. : /-. .
.. :" We'are prepared to 6.tberteet' ft the whole family .
Hamburg Steak. Ibu'(__ ; : that when they decided to come ,Miss Helen Hoyt Wlnn"':was. given '
Pork Sautaje.with .m\f,' : : ..for place the as winter home., at least They-thought own a a ternoon"very. pleasant when about surprise thirty..Mondaaaf., of -her ,/- : . vnthriu t 'the;kind of; Shoes you:want,,and; at prices :' t'f : ,:;.'

:f .*We will' also(,Gave tit iii ; ,, tract of land near Nareoos-:' friends assembled at the home of her that' are loW' when compared. with:'others. :,(,'(: ,' ,.' bot
'Sausage Pig Feet; :Bae may.' parents Dr. and Mrs. ,iW, L. Wlnn to ,, .. '
: .... Martha !Jell Jllarrl* and celebrate-rher.birthday ..anniversary. .. .
that* kept inf; V'nr. eJa : Wilson teachers In the Winter ; ... .. --;- Weialsb take'orders'' -measiuecfothing; ; '+
This was a- eWlydelightfulasMissHelen : fob f fthat'
We *oGcit.:a .ihare of ; : schoof. spent the weekend -had Just returned on Sunday ." '" '
advance for 'same." '' the' home of the former'. in from an extended 'visit with, her. .i is 'right. I im-to-dale.. : . .
city. On afternoon they
Sunday ,
a ; grandmother in Dayton- Ohio: 1
Ined,>y' a merry party from Out were the'order''of I.' fj

: S. L. : Haven eoDll' tlne. of 'Misses the ;afternoon ,and punch and fruiteak '
Harbaugh Edwinna Ray welpe: .served at a late hour.Rev'J. .- "
-. -Earl, andMr7 Roy'Weeks,, -- .. dlL: .- 'i..
/ :E-R.T'
; ; '10 : motored ,to Ki'slrnmee to'' enjoy. T.: Jenner'of Palmetto,will .. FR, E':D' ..S;,., ; .

concert Misses Harris and preach'at the Baptist. church next ... ,",. ,, .
'44 ,_.....'. .... O .... .... I retu1'11.! home,with thbm.: Sunday.,morning ,and night. .., .

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,.! THAT J I 'OSCEOLA. COUNTY-' NEWS SERVICE: ; :, Uhit4d States! ,Tires, ;" :

Cq.O.OR COUGH? DR. R. THOR WEAVER, County Agent .. -

1 :I ore Good Tiro ;

1 j I County 'ft gent Dr. R. Thor Weaver, PLANT TATOES. CABBAGE . .
hell leaves for Gainesville Oct fith to 18U AND BERMUDA. ONIONS
Why \ Dr. King's 'New. to attend the county agent meeting'. -

'" DiscOTery: so promptly Livestock Roundup and",Citrus Seminar -.< Froni .the reportof;; the United
,, A'special invitation to all city States department of agriculture on
l checks ,It, tens of Osceol county it extended the crop conditions of.,the country a. rIP

,, ,to i .Mend these meetings ,_- it is near harvest-time are con
TT'S' natural'' yon don't 'want to 'b4. fronted with the fact that Florida i i. 'r0
JL carelees and let that old cold 01 SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR NEW going to be called on again to supply .,f' rano

develop seriously.Not when. you can I bage. potatoes .and .Bermuda, onions
get eocb-a proved successful .remedy Are you having trouble with your: for the late winter and early spring
.as Dr.' 7f lnr. New Discovery." '.. fruit 'or- trees Are they being attacked demand.
Cold.cough<< grippe, croup doe not by disease Do you knovwhat It is shown that the harvest of fAur-- Your Money's Worth
V resist this standard reliever very long the trouble" it and what to do. these crops, now begun is turning
Its quality a* high;;today always ,to ? If not, the opportu- out the shortest 'in several years
'remedrlt /
t has been-and If* been growing to' get this 'infonma while the demand for these vegetables .
steadily In popularity for more(than tion. :" has grown out of all proportionto want tires that give you. the
fifty years eoc.'' and IL20 a bottle al. On Friday October 17, the whole the quantity available.The .
Ul druggists.,, a trial: 'program of.the Citrus Seminar department is frank In warning I for your money treasured: in
: ,
sssssss is to be devoted to a discussion anc'demonstration us that in the case of Bermuda
ssssssssssssss. of the different dig onions, we should "be careful not to -- ,
Constipated? Here's Relief eases and pest that attack citrus overplant" but in regard to the other '
tree., from the standpoint of how to two urges large and ,
Not that often harmful always violent identify them and where to get the plenteous plantings to meet what is I Are you to know? Since we are '
and temporary help''that
from harsh purgative,.but'the' comfortable .. to cur or prevent them. demand and shortage. business-and you know us-
gratifying of stubborn bowel so' pronounced for people who have recently will be thirty two and a quarter mil take our word for it?
r tn Or King's New Ufe Pill. bought or planted out groves and lion bushels short this fall it tells

i2; 'Monte In action, they promote free who need such information; but then US!
tone flow, stir up the, lazy thoroughly are- many of the older'growers and "The 'cabbage crop in the 'nine say to you-there are no better
much 'of theirgrove help that could northern states in which late summercabbage
but gently cleans the system of wasteP'
patter and fermenting food, and give profit by attending these. demonstra la exclu.lvelv.'I'OWD; bid / than United StatesTires., They
be the harvested
Ton keen seat for bard work!: and tions. fair to smallest
healthful rscrsnUoo All Omcgists The following is the program for since 1916. Present prospects indicate good by performance.
SO cent* -. Friday, October 17, at the Citrus a crop for the present year of
Seminar If you want to attend, 388,823 tons, as compared with 665-
write B. F. Floyd 'at the Experiment 240 tons in 1918 and 475,220 tons in are tough hardy economical,
I{Station, Gainesville,"once. There 1917. These short crops of both cabbage

'are no charges for attending the. lectures and potatoes this season approach They stand up, and wear,
You Do More Work. and demonstrations. more nearly the conditions of
Yeaare nor ambitious and Scaly Bark of Citrus Trees-F. M. 1916 when both these vegetables and satisfy.:
you I get more
O'Bryne. were scarcer and higher than in any
f ajoymeat oat of eyeryUun,when yourr
blood lain good condition. Impurities in I Citrus Canker-Frank Stirling. other year during the decade. South rYou
tbe blood have a very depressing effect on I Citrus Rots and BI.eml.hea-H. E. ern cabbage growers will thereforedo I I are five of these good tires. '
seed beds
the Stevens. well to. provide ample
8J'atea *'weakness, laziness,
I nerrousneee and uCnwOJCOVB'S I Citrus Dieback and Frenching from which to plant an acreage sufficient show you the one that will ex? 'f
TASTELESS Chill TONIC F. Floyd. in a measure to make up the
J' 1 restore Energy and Vitality by Purlr/inf I Citrus Scab--J. R. Watson. deficiency which will exist in those the bill" for you. a
;.; 'and EmVhing the Blood:; When you feel Gunrmosis and Foot Rot-H. E. markets where stored cabbage usually ..
Its strengthening. InvicaraUaf effect, see Stevens.. I play an important part.
,bow it brings color to the cheeks and how Withertip of Citrus J. R. WIn- Florida truckers. and farmers; especially ,
fct Improve* the, appetite you will then In the sections where their 'Weer' .es' -. 'yter-
storr.Fungicides Their Use M. be marketed earlier by as E
>appreciate true tonic value. I I and -F. crop can
J ,GROVE'S TASTELESS Claw TONIC O'Bryne. much as even three days ahead of \
{. not a patent medicine. It Is simply i I Melanose and Stem End Rot-H. the usual movement should not miss 7
I IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup E. Stevens. the opportunity of doing the double '
'So pleasant even children lik* It. Th* I''J.I Purple Scale and Their Parasites service of helpout in the Shortage e
b ,-;, Mood need Quinine to Purify end IRON R. Watson. of these, things and lengtheningtheir
to Enrich 1C .Thee reliable tonic propftlee -i I I Insecticides and Their Use-W. W. own bank account on, th< 'good '

;* never,fall. to drive oat Impurities ua Yothers. prices that will prevail. I.*9
'the Wood I II. I White Flies and Their Parasites It will be remembered that It is the I

1 The&reiHthX>eeUn| GROVES E. W. Berger. who gets getssthesbest the M M
'TASTELESS: 0dM Powuof mad It I Sprav Nozzles and Spray GunsE. best goods who rice.

' 1 the favorite tonic In thousands *f homes. I H. Favor. .Florida has millions of acres of land
3 More than- thirty-fly .year* ago folkswould 1 Mealy Bugs and Red Scale-J. R. capable of producing the finest cabbage -
i ride a long distance to get I GROVE'S Watson. and potatoes in the world. Of
TASTELESS Chill TONIC --when a I Rust Mites and Red Spden-W. :course Florida will not plant all its 4 f
;saember their family bad, Ualaiia oresdsd W. Yothers. land to these but Florida should be "
xf a body-buUdla|. strengdi-clvint Cottony Cushion Scale and Its wise and get in on the good prospect
tonic ,The fonaala is Just the sent* today .; W. Berper. .which has been pointed out.- :
,'and you can set It. from any. drug. Plant Bugs-,J. R. Watson. Tampa Tribune.ii .
...... $0o par bottle. ,; |I The Use of Spraying MachineryE. We know United States Tires are good Tires That's why we sell them. ,' S
,WE .KNOW WE'SELL THE BEST 'This le.D excellent opportunityFor EXHIBITION.Many .
the busy man In the grove who Mach Bros. Kissimmee Lupfer & Prather Kissimmee "
SEED. cannot L spare longer time to attend _fine_ animals exhibited at ,if
,* FOR FWRIDA FA1MER1h. 0 courses at the Agricultural both county and state fairs each,year ,, '{

t i Ou r reputauon; "of rrean' that get will information be worth in d.,,'.if time not owner do notwin does prices not understand simply-beaur tb.J'the- Hill & Co., Narcoossee Ocoee Garage, Ocoee'k'

', f assures our I Hy-Test quality. .thousands of dollars. to him in his tr' preparation' of1 the. 'for ,
f work.' show purposes. Prof. A. P.; Spencer,' --
BEND FOR FALL CATALOG <,AND! I of the College of Agriculture Extejiton 000>00< 0 *0 M vOOOM MO _.

j .* PRICE LIST. ;** BEST, SILAGE FROM MATURE i' Division has had much experience a

I CROPS. 1 along this line, and offers some
r. 1 splendid suggestions to' those who Y '
Bondidone' ''' Any immature crop: will make very I anticipate exhibiting either cattle or '

--Write ut.e .-- our silage, and doe. not contain!!hop at the coming fairs.fore' Lower Prices forFertilizer
< nearly as much feeding value as that'j animals exhibited at a "" '' ,1. > .1 j i f j' r
are ,
1 i ,
.1"/1' li B
A. MARTIN SEED co. ] d
It i i ,
\ produced from mature crops. j Fair they should be handled and accustomed 1 't., '
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA makes BO difference\ whether th. crops I to stall care. An animal Two in 1919 ,
a I com. sorghum. .or Japanese cane,!that has never 'been handled ,theni Ructions .
to produce 'iii... of the best quality taken into a new stall on th. fair
the crop must be well matured.J. i I grounds, may refuse to eat or .drink Have you our latest .Price List> It 'will interest you.. Ideal Fertilizers now give better v,ki. .
I. IB 1 V EVERYBODY') M. Scott of.the Experiment Sta for several days after on account of ,
tlon'uys that 'Japanese cane will not .the ch.nreFor this reason many for the_money than any. .commodity bought by the grower either for farm operation or for household
be mature enough to put into the silo .
live stock exhibited at fair look .
Quality maintained..
much before the' first of November ue. "
worse after three days at the fair ,
'COUlD ,KNOW, and it as best,to let it stand in the than before leaving home.' 'Animals '
: field until th. middle of November. to be exhibited, should have a fair Write to us at once regarding: your fall requirements. or
I A'great' many j people have bad rather amount of flesh. Thin animal, 'no '
I unsatisfactoryresults- in making Japanese matter'how' well bred, are never .attractive Shall we"tend.our new Vegetable. ; Book?. j "i
!' can silage, and feeding It. It and ..Idom' win prizes if ... ', : : 1
must be remembered that .Japanese' and it would '
there i
$',Front Acute,, does not contain grain and '
Indlfea.tion cane any often be better to leave these' at Wilson' & Tdoiiier/Fertilizer: Co.
Y "' ; Gastritis, Constipation.L' ., therefore the stock must be fed some bom. 'r : ,; '

'j e 'Headaches and Other Trove' dairy grain to cow I make to produce as good as much gains,milk-and|hnake exhibiting hogs on* should 1 .1' ... Manufacturen. ..Ideal Fertilizer .'> >
selection before le.vingthe '-
Uea Which Dreco ''th Her-, the
when fed Japanese cane silage as farm. First pric* 'I.i more likely to *, |Jacksonville"FJa; +

r w...iZ, Reme4J'yercame.; when'fed corn silage.. ,, r,, : 'be awarded on the choice of two hop .,' ''' "; '.: .
r The chief reason why Japanese can of It Is al- .," '. ; ,
iI 1L& .*/ **... ... than on the choice four.
sil g*.doea not keep a* well acorn .when the exhibition ; '
?t" llt t. ka I kC* taktae silage .is no doubt due: to the'r fact trays pen unfortunate are over'crowded a.-It increases M. .......... i ... .... . ..f. ..... .. H. . '''! ........ .. ;..... ..!. i.,(,
iKd cMUne tor ki
I *
X> a* *Wlfc
that -does not pack so
V, trU4 f ..... tat the Japanese can the difficulty of keepinrthe'animals . 4..
tftTanMI* a*-r" Uatl ua e .a'T .. well in the silo as does corn. In other clean and ..nitar}. j jI I

*$ ,Iren s..1 is7. ...........a"....beesis.. t. .after....I words, Japanese deal can' tramping silage requiresav and a I Animals for exhibit should arrive ntannfaetnring and with ample business capital.on .to a 'bigmale develop ;MM.MM, ..">.f.-., .'....i.. .-...' .......... ......' .. .... .. .. i;
more I
good 'Ii .
p .be the fair twoior'threedayubefore '
s.-.S I would aU Woat".r up end on ground
'.- ....,orta..Je. ,KJ ........: _, good deal more car, In packing than the time of judging. This industry that will produce
. ... It all the III'Gmac11n this country -
doe sorghum corn silage. become sugar
__..u.,. ,gives them an opportunity to
.. 'm..cJ1d ...... ..aip should also be. remembered thatpacking acquainted,1 with their surroundings, and leave the Cuban sugar free 1
'", '" .Vine Me, the silage In'the silo Is one and when the time for Judging to,supply those countries that are "
'\, of the. Important factors: injmaking come not so fortunate as to be able to produce D *
M kavetakea a t_ \K DfMa 'most- :they will be Ice th*.very )best of con- I
dtgut of the sweetness so necessary
aa4 ore. mr etomcck silage of any kind. Let Jap.anise dition. any \ K. S. FLOYD :
.... ..... aft.. 1>can stand in the field' until .''Hogs 10' be'placed' 0'0" exhibition to our life.' ' '-"

r5. 'S2Aittanfsft. , danger of'frost before'making, it into be subjected to Infectiousdiseases. As 1,a preliminary to the development . ,' ',. -.A \ I

tt' .e- J rt.-:: silage: .* For this reason I air associations ot-the'sugar Industry the'agi the '" ,, '
set i..ey d.y, tation has greatly, aagroented
hare required hogs to be vac 0 "
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stes.iraeaL.s.iraea.eyL. ace dl..r spclla. Tae kai Constipation. of In Florid
growing sugarcan*
'., Isska t t.U IatteL dnated..This,, requires co-operation on : ; ''> IJ
e B" < iV4 .
e.tabU.hment' Jf
ton and has broughabout the ,
Tit r.MMMiee a *. wlU away..- The beginning of almost every sere the part of the exhibitors so that if :'
MM.t, tak* ..So4 .y.t.. tea I*..M!> ions' disorder I. constipation: u you .fair authorities of'' several large steam cane '
be -
i Pest.?-. S4unwW MemsiM that bless,di.* tf...*.-t'll..rev r Si..... want to enjoy good health keep yoarbowels will not to enforce necessary'for the lawto hav. this factories, different points,' which r -f: : : G.rroceriesand ;
This la''belt accomplished will further encourage the growing \
aM te the :
,... .::::1:W aN t .Y Di+a.mod. ..a . J byproperdiet -.nd- precaution, -carried ,out., _, f f-ugar-cane; --and1-the expansion of : ._ : .
.e __.. ..... .. aseaw outsemeumes,a medicine Ia'needand' : the fields which will supply the. seed L'-cS---: :
. I
IM4IdaaI ...[ puata. It le : I T ,
for tile Valley .
tn1 .."'. oow_ p-.sJ', .ore that |* when' that is the ass you will : cane for the development the'bigsugar ,
nail, ( Ua'ie. Tablets excel centrals. The lateet : :
find Chamberlains : announcement
are -
......-oIfI'." a7 .td5r...ats street lent. They are mild and gentle' in ': 'SUPPLY .SUGAR ( in this connection come .fromIfoor ->.:$\ Fresh Meats ,

".".' .LIIIf.-*. ..ikrow! their', action:easy and pleasant 'to .SHORTAGE.. / *. Haven. "Uncle, Billv". Stevens ( : ;t ''r.j : ., _.. .- I i
Ii .o. ..ckti 1Advices ,has four column head in the last '
take.; Give them;a.trial..They. : only. a< "I:: . .
CENTRAL DRUG STOREupscrlhe cost_ a,quarter. i ', from KlssiBimee say that issue of,the,Moore Haven 'Timesan-j' ... .
; I the store of. that .cit,. have',been nouncing the new syrup company1' ,., ,. "
'Subscribe; "th*. KlMlmmee Valley without sugar' for a' week ,or mbre. that is to open there with ,an immense '
"'8 for the.Valley Casette. Oatette. .. '. A'shertag* of sugar, -mlU.- ',Thecompanyisheaded /'.1 <*; - .

' --;; r : I several other communities and it has by Judge Gramling Miami,_who Phone 176 302 r
n <. ...."............................................".OOt .been' predicted .by '.close ''Student of owns 640' acres of land near Moore will j. Broadway:
Haven. where the mill
the sugar situation .there'.will be DIW"'I'UP
; !' SEED,' :POTATOES for, Spring Planting I \ \ 'a world shortage,if production'is not be t ,installed' and on which there 'are ,
: ., expanded in the-ftl'J" near future..'_ now growing, 126 acre. of fine cane,

:win'aPotato' 'crop' pay' this, SpringT' ,Who knows? ? We do know '. ; Well the' production will be'ex which will be ready for grindingwhen'thn :,>,. :" ..
mill in.J> '- .
\V the-prospect''looks' mighty,bright 'for a-paying Spring Potato crop > panded' and -the expansion' will come : U completed a. .. ;
with a short crop all over,the .North and plenty', of good high largely in Florida, '.whiah i I. makingpreparations cember'McVip Lindu' .. .
: :
-k ,. r. : grade. .potashfertiliser ,obtainable a lower ,price.Harvesting '. ', to tet. Into-the sugar Lhaebt&)34upinillat' -r
es, \ ,of the Potato crop is now in progress and it looks'to ms like about :ready his that 'O..r' ,
half' .milliom lions
Worms Iieasthy Cbdd Conner will be ,ready with mill a' of ,to develop Into one of the great'ln.,
ZLb I :the right time to contract for your seed while the,low prices prevaiL No In a Florida
ID Palm Beach' county this .wlnt.r.tbe pure can syrup will be manufactured -_ dustrles
of '
:, ,You know' our' reputation for quality' and' service., Write An nom knMfcM vita worn have aaea.feeakay is that Florida and will take its'place ,
.. indt Mood ale ass Steven mill at'Jacksonville, year by-these large with the citrus fruit,. live
deli color which art s tr'stock
eoatraet'prices Spring poor
low very. crop
our mills, exclusive of .what.
and It' t. wDder.- t. wade
ralo,Non to not or too. otomach aI.tvwm.GROVES Hearing completion by and general farming, the phosP"te
i-: ? ; II : 'KILGORE!:' SEED COMPANY TASTELESS chill TONIC SIV..ntutmitt stood a large' syrup mill will be' installed hundreds of 'small horn mills that naval stores lumber- .
fur two or three wed.*wttt ewleh Ue Wood. ImP .- at Fort Myrs this winter. are operated by mule or gasoline en* I and' .Industry.. also
win. the
;, y"t"M .c ,etltodlSiKlQ ,aadacta. Oserelat5.rethsung ; 'f
o a With "th 'mills'.near-Marlartna and gines in all parts of th* .tate.-o."C""I ballle'depoeita .
iCIt-: er Plerldn"n Took.' 'I and add another dynaMO *
t*the whole irNom. '
From all this It is that
.=I ",... .. .. ... . the Child will hoto Tallahassee and several smaller mills apparent\ of energy to the general develop. 4(
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,- .' p.riwt, .........flisi, est. is-iske,-IN p rbetds.l Coin. in' the- ,state" -it- Is, estimated- '; the- growing.of sugary cane- *,lei'going" meat of:the .statefisaes Union !a \
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'1' I Washington-,- Oct. 5- After an Investigatlon -'1

I t don't :.hare to.rub'it' 'into problem, the of Council the high of coat National of .Htng Defense 'ATTEND) 1IVESTOCK: ROUNDUP ,t !f ,

finds AT GAINESVILLE, OCT. 11.11Rem.mber
quiclc :
get comfort'
That, the nation',productive' powers ......:...- V
:ing; ,relief hare not,been ,fully:utilized since, the Livestock Roundup
the armistice. . to be held under-the auspices of the ?"'.'" : "
..Once you've tried h on that stiff ((That too few 'roods, notably''the' Extension Division at the College. of

joint, .sore muscle, sciatic pain, rheu- necessities of life, have been produced -/Agriculture Gainesville1 October 14- ',:
psnatic twinge lame bade ;youll find and that 'even soma of these I1 17. Oue f.i'1! :
a ''Warm soothing ;.relief you never goods have been withheld from the : Special features are the Tractor :
': thought a liniment could produce. market, and, therefore from the, peq'''Demonstration, Milking Machine "
Won't stain the skin, leaves no muss, pIe. ' Demonstration, Spraying Demonstra- N Z "
wastes no time in ''applying sure ..togive That the high''cost of 11.lne'l. due )jtion, Auction Sale of Hillman Herd +' t r.. \'K.
quick results A large, bottle In part unavoidable, war waste and .oV Angus Cattle, 'Auction *. Sale of 4. .
\\r' seats economy Your own or any increase of money and credit: iDairy j Calve., and Woman's Day.October ..
'/;other druggist has .it. Get it today..: I I *That there has, been and is considerable 16. also the address on "Soma '

Mssc: :. 1Oc. $1.4aLREx profiteering, Intentional and iEssentias] ( in Beef. Production," by 1 ,
unintentionaL j Geo; JH,: Rommel of ''Washington; D. f For ' '"
I I The council believes that the reme-+|C.; and address by Dr. A. C..True, ot every ..

{dies for'the situatior are. L t Washington, D. C.J:. also on. by Dr. .., ., ., ,
I To produce more goods, ,,,and to E. V. McCollum on "What Constitutes On J buildings .with broad roof I
produce them in proportion to :the An Ideal ,Diet," t N.\"

need. of the,. people. '. on soaring sk ; ,; I" ''t
| Tt stamp out profiteering' and stop FINDS SOMETHING, TO DO THE i anted buildings, ,\,
kinds of farm :
junnecesary hoarding. ,' F ,, .cJ"
I To inforce vigorously present laws .' ,BUSINESS.. ... .
tCertain-teed Roofing giving ,
and 'promptly to enact such further M, .. -- .
I RUMINATES I laws aii are necesary to orevent and ."I- stoma hing.that.I heard of LW lasting vand complete' weatherprotection. .
unish profiteering' and needless .for the and bowel trouble f. ,i '
oarding. ,land bloating', but got f permanent "l.0 ., ,. of-
ii To bring about better co-oparatioti help until I struck Mayr's Wonderful ., l'1
'If'God., In ..his Infinite! mercy and and method of distribution and marketing Remedy, and that, did the business. 4' On every sort oMxuIdihe: It U.tunUn .back' r "I '

goodness, allows humanity to ,usurp goods.To My son in Canada has also taken, it a train and snow, heat and cold rear after year, ,f .. ."
power' and dictate His plans, then He keep both producer and consumer land writes'It has done him'a lot of, "t ',with almost no up.teep: coat. Severest weather .
has given "authority to which l'
man fully informed a Ito what goodsare good.? It'is a simple harmless prep r' "
the Bible! does not teach We measure needed and a sto what suppliesare aration. that removes the catarrhal ,cannot.affect it., ,: '

time by seconds, minutes, hours, available, so'that production may mucus from the. intestinal tract; and ...- Gr'f mel' -trot' Roofinff'U easily and quickly[ laid : iI
eta bnt'.we told that with our ,
are the
anticipate the country demands' allays inflammation which causes .i'by,
who will follow the direction that
Heavenly Father a single day Is asa ; anyone : .
"Beter 1m- all
standards, of living! are practically ,.tom' I1. liver, and In. t '
thousand years, and we don't know possible producing more testinal ailments Including appendi s c. com with the ,rolL It costs less, than tbe. .. .
I what kind of a day is referred to. I Igoods." said the council. : : citis. One dose will convince or money ' ordinary kind of roofing and lasts mlld.1
I The. parties what specify a time "At the war's end we- and our allies refunded, JZ.. Roberson, and ,' longer. It sturdily, stands,against sparks-a \1' >
when the end of the rorjd shall come had desperate need' of the drug-g-lgta, ,. '
essentials (i
; '
1\ 7 'real fire protection.: It cannot corrode or rust. 4. "
'combine scripture that has been used
of life. -
We have had to share! - (" -f. r
|f\J. and abused for scores 'of years, and our resources with them but this . For' your buildings flew or old-large'or' small ''loti ,
can be twisted and turned in any drain will LEGAL h K '
gradually lessen ADVERTISEMENTS -lra. the city' or' cooncy -Gtrtai*-iW.Is
manner to suit the one who searches -1 "The process. of production requires e 5 '>;.
after certain acts.t ) logical l roofing Investment.CemtaiaW I
I time. If production is rapidly in- JHOTICR. rif ''b /
; ? Let one of our able lawyers taker increased, vastly improved conditionswill .---...' .. 'I 'r fa nede to tells,-txa ..... >- >
.'''' 'the very same scripture- give him prevail in America when the results ''Notlfc li hereby rlTtn.. that on at ad tonga surfaced (nd or. gfesal alte ort .',.., .
.: time to study It.well, and ne would of present and future labor begin Tuesday' the ISth day of October, A. t, j ......,-. red or grees asphalt shiagles. forssrideaesi. .l ,
e make these. prophesiers ashamed of to appear. A.D. M 1110,at at the the Court hour House of 10:00: at o'clock Tltui- h 'e fVrta . aWliailiseealiij / ,:
themselves.' |I Team work Is Imperative. The vU)..?Br.vard County. Florida the t rq I ... s>esnsMrrtity: of onality aadssdate.tio .' :tCs
The simple and unbiased assertion manufacturer the annual raectlns of. the1 of 1 *' It VIU .
f.rmer., the distributor owners the ; guaranW. far yes get
that the angels in. Heaven shall not must each immediately assume land situated In the Upper St. Johne 'OUM.aW-Btoet dealen sell II. A.k for '

1 }-now,-'negates any assertion based hi. part of the burden and enter purpose Dralnaa-of District eleetlnr will one be held memberof for the ftnMrfs a04-be.--O gx it.. ...,, .j"
,on any kind of calculation that hu upon his task. the Board of Supenrlaora who .hall '
.m.nltean -dictate.. "On American business rests a be a land owner of aald DUtrlct, to "C. I .CMt>tI7Zt=taed ProJact Corporation .I '
Others call this what they eerve for the term of three-year and as.4 We.... !
may grave responsibility for efficient cooperation to aueeeed R '0. Ch&.., now a member wasted as.
)1..... .,for Jt .Is 9s
? ) specula in bringing about full proportionate or said Board, whop term of office. 0
Lion, for directly after 'one of these production. On American explree on said day and to transact t'
|trumpets are sounded book, f Invades the territory'and some pea 1 to attain maximum unit production At uch, election each and every .
pie In this city subscribe for a bookend to maintain uninterrupted acre of land In the I>I.trlct ahall rep-
I calculate to for it with mbn.ey ;reaent on. share and each owner shall ...i...... Pstns. 1
pay distribution of if labor itself i. i . ...
goods i be entitled to one vote In person or .s ,.. .s are Ibeuw.aa
they owe the Merchant, who is not to suffer farther rises /in by proxy In writing duly (Timed for .......- .
| (feeding' them. M I"'.' the cost'-of living.' every acre of land owned by said ownerIn 1. ,i ire roe the: kea re.'

-, Rex don't mean:to hurt any bodes]i I. "The entire .nation-producer, .dis- The person said Dlatrlot.I recelrlnir the hla-hect I l4 eana...... fie o$.. sew
< feelings but if. any' ODe Is reached ttributor, and, consumer alike-ehould number of votel at said election 1 shall C
that reads this article, all he can ay"stand return to the unity that won the, war. be declared. elected .. said Supervisor.
.' from under', /:' Group interest and undue personal Dated title let day of October. 1515. t t
( By order of the Board of Supervlaore.
Rex received little shock this -
a (!gain must give away to the good of .K tYti
morning under the 'impression that .the whole nation if the situation is (SEAL) ERNEST H. 18VBRT.
,, the gospel was going to be brought to be squarely) met" 41.1t. Secretary

,to.his, almost very door. Mr. Clark,|1 The council is composed of -Secre- GUARDIAN'S] NOTICE TO SELL anaL .
) our. carpenter was making long retarles Baker Daniels, Lane,. Houston ESTATE.!
benches and carrying them to the Redfield and Wilson Grover :
house- but on enquiring. we found it B. Clarkson, as director., and I. Ce.rt.ef C....,.. .I...... State ef __ a L* ,
'""a. an order for benches he had I Vl rl4a. Oee .la C..ty.I. .

tea TJ. from Orlando. Do not forget the Klsalmmee,Valley R. Estate a* Olivia* Xrlla .S......
Our school appears >to be progressing 11 Gazette office does fine printing.' \MI.... ROOFING SHINGLE ."
finely.! The boys and girls that Notice I* hereby riven to all whom
. '
' t may concern, that Florence L Bar. -
, come 'under our observation are .. Guardian of the Estate of Oll- .,.
happy satisfied and appear causes us to be attentive listeners. vine Zlla Savage, a minor will on
, learning fast We had the pleasure on the occasion the 11th day of October. A.. D. 1515
: .of our last visit to meet Mrs. apply to- the Hon T. M. Murphy. County -
The be r
athletic department can '
Judge In and for aald OSCEOLA r .
County at HARDWAREOn CQthemt&mol \
" Alfred Bronson. We with .
seen at their daily' labors during' the 1 were hla ofnce -Klaslmmee In said Coun- .
day on the school house grounds. We 1011 Johnson's Island several years ago hereafter; o'clock a. m., or aa soon -
lave- watched. them frequently and and we could ... ,DO difference in her as the matter can be b .. .
for authority to sell at Kiuimmee''t Bait Corner b'I
private ..
since she became Grandma described: ; .
certainly approve of this part of thee appearance sale the following; real -- .. \. '
Instruction. to .Lonnie's splendid little chap: estate In said I J__ _" -.... n' -' ,.... .. . :)" fL.
With eggs at" cents apiece If The other Grandmother Maud s Twenty Lota Four(10) (4)of the elverRailroad I

hens perform their part of the workwell mother bears too juvenile an appear Company Addition to' Klsslmmee, .
s it, would certainly pay our citizens ante to ,be so recognized. Florida. lea a strip alx feet four In. .. ,
for News from the different parts) of .. off the Northeast aide of said FLK '.
-to nome
keep. enough use
lot Four (e). ,. 4 !e A
for 'seonom,:-is Msenttalatpresent.. th..countJ'Orth: ,.. .south.east.: and .Whl..plleatl..III.. ...-baeedip> F
Rex spent. Saturday night' ,with his west-all indicate prosperity} Our on. the petition for suck sale now on si -O ;
old friend Joe Smith. His faithful Impression is will do no good ale In said Court. 4i1ERT
wife .is giving away!': under the heavy. to cry: hard times,''for the future Induatry. Dated September FLORENCE JlthJ! .... A.SAVAGE D. 111.). x . '
train.. and the old gentleman ap 'and economy, linked together 41-81 Guardian.. w w -.-/
1 \ about the same. will' drive the old out of, our .? .
During' 'the. 'excessively warm county. fellow i'' I IW. NOTICE. or APPLICATION DEED. '{FOR" TAX .... !VJ " d

weather at' this,season of the year remained for'a short 'time at -, ,, .. '
.we should all use our best judgment' the 'residence ; of Seller Thompson; Notice, ,Is'\ hereby"srtren.; That H."'tJ.: 1. 'A" 'd. ': :% #
which the People think, otherwise but Thomas purchaser Tat Certificates J' : .
I 1 > may
is .| avoiding complaints Noe, 40S and eye dated the Sad day of : ,
t fa .l1ab1 .to from the appearance of his .wife and 1911. '
cause. July A. IX baa filed said oertl. *& ...
children, he must be a good provider. flcate In my office ap.pllcatlon \ joy *moke.
IwO stilt domiciled"with his old
.. :ad.oba'4::: :' .
Our'' merchants appear' to be well for tax ;. r -
\ friend William Temple. The old'gentleman stocked end while' prices nigh cordance with law.' Said certificates. ,It'' h ,. I 'make. awhedeof ' I"')W4,.. .
fall that hurt him appear embrace the following described
bad a prop.erty i. ,' 1
"bad but be rallied and is about we must.,make' allowances f or"war altuated la Oaceola County '_ "'''.''w.
i: ever ...
Florida to-wltl Lob 1st" al'cigarette" ?'" ''' +
Eight ( t.
taxA: : < 't ,
: ,
!f .i Som. miachieviona scamps will The war nas''cost''the''government Nine (t) ot Block JO) of Hotel Site ., . < '" I. ', __ kH :- .
the old tearing ,; Klsslmmee Park. The said " "" ;j . .. ,
} annoy gentleman by land bee .. 'J ,
\ ." "f' . 1. .. ... "
'. his'preparations for.tying out his when placed in' flu $28.000,000- In* the date of-the Issuance .. "'" '., '" 'I hi.. .' ,
up : 1.
000, which would take us about 800 of aald oertloeatea In the namesof '.111 ''f'l, : rt:.. : I ;
mare.I It does them no .good but .puts to C. A < Stowers and E. K. Sanford I ./ :t tv" : .
to count when ;
'i ''himto, trouble. years find we come Vales ..>ad certificates shall be redeemed ;....... 1 ,. ; .,
such figures we- are lost in amazement ,. ', ', ,. ..
.I still continues aooordlnsr to law, tax deed ,. " t ... .. / ,. "
The' Briggs family, and think that' our populationis will Issue thereon'on. th..I1tb,. day, of .,' .,(..,'., , .... ......''!Jf .$\:" '
'cur';good ,, neighbors. Miss ,Vivian October D. .llt.- t-( ,
about 120,000,000. Well something '. : \
1. OVERSTREET. .." ..' e'
'her and L.' :rd"ti'1
continue concerts -
night' wecertainly"enjoy t .'" .r
must be taxed high to out I I" J\\
pay Clerk Circuit Court. Osoeola "
County "
them. Her YOlceGET .
: | of 1 It.falls ,wb'on"t' o Florida . iujl ... \'f'
part I. ..' .. "
d. : .. ,
: CIRCUIT.COURT.SEAL)! : 't. >> ! -'t} fi,
Ie"' any. .of' 'ui become dls.couraged . ItOTI.CB TO CREPrrOHS. '. .}o ,tl ,::1",
READY 'by all,, this 'The .debt is llg' .,. ,: ....
held' entirely by\,borne financiers, and la Ceeirt .. tie C..q'J.dte'O.eeel.: I 4,19 '.

/ our, government I can control them ,c.'J'-, State. ',,F.rt.. .... '.::. ,.''l ." -,. ..-
and not allow be. pressure 'to come ta r' Estate .t to. i). lIal1_. .. ... :
,t too bard "* : .. To ''all Creditors.., ... : 1
; having X ;:
.FOR"FLU" teea andall Persona ; Claimsor .
I ,f We still-continue in,teac1with"theCornell ; Demands against said Estate: I
family.-and'no' matter what You, and each of you,are hereby .. ''t .....* -; ''I'j ; Y
:i our 'feelings are on risingin the notified ''and required ,to present any I ''I ; : 14
.". breakfast which went claims,, and demands which ,you, oreltber4of "
: morning, our you, mar bare' against the \'I''i" '
there' revives ns. "* estate 'ef ,, E. D. Manor deceased late of ", .' .
r1P: .deep-Yonr, IJver.otiTe, Your Miss':1e..lerli-l>ne'ot:-thiji1ostIn.teresting'yonng ; Oeceola-Coontr.--Florida-to'the tindersrarned :& .,.. ;', -.. .. '-M :.d. :'...;:.: ..;:..___
Purified ana Tree Trom Administratrix of said estate, ,
.. System ladies in the com J' ,
within two rears from the date hereof .
f1 \ Colds by TfcMntr Calotaba, munity. !John is on; his two, weeks' Dated Sept .th. A. D. 1515. I ...W ns 'l4'i'4 I
F / the, Nauiealeis Calomel vacatlonand'Edison, '' is "a. second .' OCIDA MALIX5T. ,L>.,47i.IMr 105. :
?;1'-.! ' John ,,at Apopka. It-It 'AdminbtratrlaNOTICEEIECUTOR. ;0 -:4.[ , .. p.
Tablets, that areDO-, Roost.rthlnksItsabout f ,. A "' j

r, ll htful. Safe and"- ; aiieDemocratic time to.pat-(on winter.clothes, ' (Fr.F.taaI" D......... .). ., '\/"Or7'c.rtsftly get. yours" ,When )'DU'lay your amokecarda on the table,' '5:=::t'.., =" I,. ,l .

ij" ,Sure.i but he-and Muff and Duff continue 'cavvt. -. \. . I' can for a tidy red tin or a toppy red.beg of Prince Albert and roil a '.atl-,. ..... g. :. 'r.,1DIIIdD'.cIprette.yClQ'l1 ..
la, f Ik. JaeVre. State
and the dudes' walk ar I"'
thinly clothed ,
.f want to hire statistical borear tb'keepjcotnit '
Sleyida oa..aatr. ; a
1 understandR'Ourmalitamesstill i
bout in -white. H.'don't !
. 'physicians all Druggists are &4... ; . :'
v I.' E.tats .' . of.your amokeetnntslVby. yon oerer dreamed d the sport that Ilea ur n. Pel.rwa.A ?
". their friends tokeep their k we f KlkrM* Lt. .-.. I
systemspurified .
Sag' and their, organs inperfect'', : continues:the It Notice may concern la herebyKlren: that on, the to all ntb whom day i .awaitine>oarcafl, : 'iaa': home rolled:djcarette'wAetn7r. ., P:A.:tae tb.{\ y .'. .: "1

.. ai a I pro'eetlon against best business manIn.; labor :1 His of November, A. D. 1115 I shall ;paoktnQI r
,"q 1''<.i; the return of influenza They, know' work requires.arduous but be to'the Honorable T.' H. Murph Judge; ,. a
N' that a.clogged up system and ,a lazy Is betetr fitted for this position than of my aald final Court asJude.. of Probate, for :Talk about fiavorl. Mi man,'yoa bavenft pot'tb.' . of half your ',

Aver favor colds, influenza and serious any other we. have wet with. estate f iElaridr.LiExecutrixeueed i ian anokecar..r'nnNlyotl Aaiowwhat roDtog'eni with P. A. do for
1\ can
'complications.. : The .wells--and. in the Cityee d that at the same time ...- 1 your .,
Te cut short o eold overnight, eaio lh "splendid water.The ant my final accounts aa Executrix o' f .coat ntmsatt. ,And back p.'A.'* flavor. and rare ragraoor--prpofb ofthat .. ,
; prevent serious -complications take one city lnlr.fUl1,else rood; but In many :rid estates and ask ,for their approvDated iFrinom( AJoerr' oBACtrj; tanda 'our tnadosive, patented prve.N ..

,'-: Calotsb at, befttmo with a swallow 01 eases' Ice- I.liot required.- . ." June. 1ft... A..D ISlt' ' cuts out butt'a4 pada!t.. With p;:A.jronr aa: oUeaac' III a mrkio'a dts4 .+r.I '
j : all.- No Mr. Fennel! stQl> continues his gar I "' a:
I'1:!i noegripngno, sickening aftSoeffeects den work. Crop after crop has been It-o-a-rn-f-rao. J Bxeentrlx.peys I' I ,rette'wffl outlast any pUadncnjoroa. 'econI yet nor heard K'; Prtnoe Albert

,);h: Best DOl'BiAlfaUf old has Vanished, raised by him since be. started, and H.6ltsla t '' ., .Jt'. cr1spcataodafq.pctilk._ trdQalrtoJPrb f; ; j ,
t: your liver la aetlve,your system is purl- has surprised our'citizens by showing I [t.uw-ttptle.'C.i01. :
led and refreshed and you are feeling what e&JI'be, produced. a small .. ,, 21 *,. .... ce Albert' upsets any notion you e erbad .. to bow d dgbdal a I '.,

X, .*ne'wits' 's hearty appetite tor break- piece of'ground.. t'LAx-r09 ;PrSDT, Is aspecUItynrepaied '1 jImm :pIp. eaa: b,.l It Is.tne tobacco that'.be 1a'' inaMJe'' three mea smoke '
f aat.. Eat what yon please-no danger :There Is othersvacant''land i In the tlYT PTOCIO- .A.a\lri'forflabitUI '
.:,'".' '. Calotabs are sold ,only. rorlgiaat': city? : and people who could'' find the Consttp tion,. It ....... promptly bat :PIPee ber.'Caew.'eua0b4 before.. It ,las woo' .men all ore? the"nation. y: 't.
,,fit 'aaladpackagesprfee thlrt-.t!., teats. time to' work-' if '''th.,.' would and should be taken regularly: far 14.14 21 days to the joys ceTarnoednc.JL , .. ''. .:
[':, Zvery' druggist ii authorized refundayearsaeneytt what a bard timee crusher this would to induce regular action. It Stimulates and : '

:Jl, you are not 'perfectly be if some of .you .half-Idle fellows Refulatea-' Very,Pleasant_Take. Me J REYNOLDS TOBACCo COMPAHTT,1Vioetae&Is N.' ': _ :
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J: .. I _.. : AND FROM ST. CLOUD 'THE "WONDER : -. ' X ..
.. . :.. NEWS .NOTES CITY.
... , . Located cm Kisslmmee'MrBUSiEST'
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VW" ''' Ruth and Helen, Wylle arrived : Meeting adjourned 'ariir. giving"pledge '
: ,( {., _. ,Th.OpCnIft6, of* "I '
... Monday to visit their father and salute" to the 11&&.
' Can't Be Happywithout'ipocket
..If."'. ;.., )''-1' '." 'TI. < ', ; : and are guests at. the Bon Air House. Boy

{I''t: f.I ,: :'. : -I. 'lie'rty .Bakery. . :: ,, ,.Miss and ,Just Helen lately was returned.a nune Miss in France Ruthis CAMPBELL NOTESMr. knife. You know how it was with yourself. There:

j : employed Washington D. C. are lot of boys in -this neck Vthe wood, and 'we've got loll of
'.. ',, ".', Bread. and ,,Roils.. A. Nice :Line of Plainand ,) Mr. and Mrs. White who have, E. E. Brown Is '; back from pocket knives let's them et.
y' .{ '" : been spending the summer in New W.ymauma,' where his shingle mill is ; get toae 1..
,, ." Fancy Cakes., Jersey and the past month at Hen- situated, looking after his largo crop. _
... J. dersonville, N.. C., arrived home .this of oranges. $ $ $ s $ $ $ $ '
: -'y I ' J i Mr. and Mrs Bert Gessford spent for several days but i improving

: last week and this week -at Kisslm- .I rapidly now, Dr; Rivers < attending.Mr. THESE COOL NIGHTS L"
: OUR SPECIALS, FOR SATURDAY '' tree and while there are. the guests A. J. Johnson and family moved for but'if tire ikeeteri should happen (to disturb
of bites' Myrtilla BeMs.i I from St. Cloud to Campbell. Theyare are great sleeping
'Sr nm '. Puffs, 'Macaroons, Railroad : i Judge and Mrs. Tomlinson who. living in the Brown cottage.Mr you let us put up one of our canopies .that will insure yousperfect': ,
have ben spending the summer with' M. Bryant has purchased a protection from them. ,
': Coke. Pound Cake, Vanilla Wafers . friends in the north came home last : home in Kissimmee and has moved
I : Saturday. his family there in order to send his
".P '", Fruit Bars, Chocolate 1 Miss Emma Murphy came home I. children to school. -L$ $ $ $ $ ;. $ )

: : -M MarshmalloW' Rolls, Etc. : Tuesday .evening after a visit ,with I Mr. Davis, who bought the Lesley .. ,y
,; u friends at Lakeland. property is making extensive prep- SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE .
Mr. Scott 'and Mr'. McKay wens aralions fortmprcwementaon.. the .
'. : married Wednesday afterndon, Oct. (place very soon. should" be applied to the- grove right away for the detraction of ( t
Baked at Home Mayor B. IF. Rails. We wish I I I Mr. H. Dooer had the misfortuneto insect peitt. We have a good supply of it. and also" of Lime. Sulphur

them a happy life. .[, lost his house all out buildings, and Bluestone and all the kind of dope to discourage the en-;
SolicltYour : i -Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Bitler came and most of his furniture by fire *
,: : .We. Patronage. ,, back Tuesday, after visiting friendsin ,Monday noon." It was supposed- the miei.of your grove
1 Ohio for the past two months.I I fire was caused from a burning oil
'' : I Mr. 'and Mrs. Pike and Mr. and stove while he was absent from his '$ $ $ $ $ $ s $ $ ,
1 : ,EA.. NtEMEYER 'Mrs. Wolfe, who have been visiting house. His place is known as the .. t', 7

.. : friends, in Ohio, Indiana and "old Garrett place." GENERAL HARDWARE.A l'
gan arrived home this _ek. MiChi-1 I
'V, Mrs. H. H. Bursch arrived I The Woea') of CatapbeU. big stock of General Hardware i il rolling in and we will be

1 ., and has purchased the Phillip. House Of all the roads thata tourist speeds able to take care of all your needs in such thing .

on. Carolina avenue. 'i Muddy or dry or filled with weeds,
Mr. Rice, and Mr. and Mrs. Jenks The very wore is the One.which leads I' .
of 'Marion Ind., called .t Citizens To Campbell's.As GASHUM' AND SUSETTE.

New, Lot of Realty office this week. Gas had hit hand crushed and. the Doctor was about to' ,
p, e .. Mrs. T. L. Comer and daughter, we detour the "mi.sln&ink"(
.. .l, Cuba Nesblt who have been spending And in the mud and mire we-aink. operate to relieve him. \
the summer at Marion Ind.. came Who suffers most of all, we think- "What's that stuff you are giving my husband?" inquired Sus- .
back last week. I I Campbell's. ettev

l a ,MISSION PORCH Christian The Loyal church Women's met last Class Thursday of the When stirring school bells ring In "An anesthetic." the Doctor replied. "After he takes it hewon't

I for an all day sewing and quilting,I I Fall know anything.
i1 ; with Mrs. Londen, on Kentucky ave And books the girls and boys en. "Come.Joctor.: he doesn't need it at aliI"!
S nue. A bountiful dinner was served thrall
and the ladies carded the cotton from Where is there not a school house-at
a large bale that was donated and I I all?
FURNITURE knotted the comfort in one day; did I I At Campbell's. Hardware
Osceola Co.
other sewing for the children of S the 4
j"" , Atlanta Home and got sewing ready When Sunday dawns so bright and
t; for the next meeting day, which will clear v t
-.. .... be Friday, at the church.. !I We troop to church our- souls to
: ;" .t't. :'\ -. '. --J: -:: "" The New York Veterans' Association -; cheer, . t,1 t,1S
:. i'V "' "- Including!! 'Chairs, Rockers, I held their first meeting of the And seldom find the Pastor here, -- -- ------
> .
NS \ season Tuesday afternoon ip Oak At Campbell's.MACDONOUGH .
3 ., f; -...,Settees, Swings, Etc., for the .. Grove Park. A goodly number were. S
out in attendance and the afternoon .
vi'..; tr ,!> \\'arow -ups and Chairs and : was enjoyed by all. POSITION ON BULKHEAD,'

t r:,, Rockers for the children Mrs. I.. U. Zimmerman gave a .
studio tea' Tuesday afternoon atConn's
1 hand ,Editor Valley Gazette: .
\ to exhibit her .
< Store j I informed number of citizens
; "" was am by a
china. The hostess assisted ,
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;, lit that a certain or partiesare
'', : by Mrs S. W. Sorter. Mrs. ,
. ; I circulating false and
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Just Bullard and Mrs. Edd George.
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Arrived erroneous reports upon the streets 9
: \ Mr. and Mrs. Sam Welsch of Chattanooga f
the effect that .the city council has
L, ,' ; : Tenn., arrived last week I ito
'F ;'r'"y' .v' in advance of work ,
'J and located at the
0 : are formed
A t .
i. and had paid almost the entire I THanrNfVBRSA.L
Fa'r: ('.f" &, : : Sunny Side Villa. CAR .w
J I engineering fee on the bulkhead
The Veterans' Association met asusual i
work to the city engineer. M
the on at'2 p.session m. After the ( Such a report could only be at. : The Ford One ,Ton Truck is serving. ,business

.,- "C.! .H., 'GRANTHAM; T3USftbfmctory StON ,:, meeting regular was turned over' to Nurse I(itributed to, probably spite, political all three thunder reasonsbeing orIgnorance I! just M faithfully and economically as does the I

Williams who had charge of the

'. a : for'the social hour. program the cause, and could be very I Ford Touring Car serve mil the people faithfullyand
... .: '. ,. Son-"M.rcbiDe. Through Geor- city easily clerk disproved a inspection/ of the' economically. The! Ford Truck i is a necessity i

t r! gla." By" ''Mrs.-/ O. Vreeland. I. In justice to the city council and to the grocer both in delivering goods and '
.. ..... ...... ............... ..... . ....... . ..... . . ..: Mr. Carl gave two. selection on his myself I wish facts to make public the the in bringing goods from the stations docks and
grafophone. 'following I : (from the It is ideal Motor
!United States almost all engineering country. an car
the Home Fires
Y t; iNo'lIicrease'in; : Burning.Song ""Keep f " ,! works are designed and supervisedby because there isn't a want of the'farmer or
''I : \ engineers for a specified commission '
: .. Sonlr-"Underneath the Southern I or percentage of the coat of the business man that it doesn't supply in: the'wayof I r
:. .. .. .' Tree. by Mrs. John Houston. ,,,' work the custom of ,
I quick minimum .
Mrs. on. prevaling paying transportation at a expense.
: Reading-By Weathers ... ,.
this commission has been fifth of
Beading-"Out to Old AuntMary's" one and Come in, examine the Tnck, and let'us talk
the fee when
: of Ice by. Mrs.; J. W. Francher. estimates are completed'an survey additional over the subject l'o ''
; : Poetry Two "songs Reading by.Edith.C; -Mrs.. Harrod Nancy; Still- two-fifths of the fee. when working at

P-ft ... . :- 1' t'- 'T"I wel.trument ? ? .. plans, the and rem.inder' specifications are completed - __ OSCEOLA, MOTOR COMPANY ,

.A- ,.--l......!. '" I. --. solo- By Edith 'Harr'ReirdingSong"Flag'of cre..... This has been th. method 307-9 BROADWAY!
t t to II of payment unless other specific arrangements PHONE 165 KISSIMMEE, FLA.
t r'' x' -.. ,. : the Free.
"irjw... are made, which in this
.Tickets'and time '
Buy 'save and mone ) work.was not,the case. ,
\ :, Tickets-on sale 1 by drJTer of wagon at'the following prices'i2f5c > ,11 have been working, on the bulkhead yl

i :Ticket.: t good" for', 10 Ibs/eachl: ':'__.__:ii;;_____.,.._:$', LOO : I FRESH; ;FRUIT, eight'project months.since I have February performed, or for all

r.. ', '21 'IOe.Tickets. good for 20 Ibi each__.".":_. _._.i_____'I, 2M the duties work essential and was to"the successful carrying iD'on obi of ,

, :22 25evTicketC'+" : good foViO, ,l a ..,.1. -::,._.::_, .___..;;...; 5.00 FISH, !tabling .,a'' bid;within the. amount to.
. M ., 'be expended' despite constantly'.rising ,
-. prices.1.. .
"l 'It '\. .4J. '
.}....", .. ,.. .The'i.ltotal :engineering fee 'will
.<."I.... ,, ".... 1 Driver' *v are. iastracted 'give 'full weight. 'ComjiilainU' ,will' re "and Oysters' at amount 'to approximately ",lJ7 of '
\ ,.
this amount It .will- cost me acme-
"" eeivp'...prompirattentiovA, : *j ,'J! .,. :>',?.>..m thing over $3,000 for. assistant., I

r 'R.(: 'T.., BUTLER' : Mana&r''oj\\-V :503 .Broadway chainmen fact,that inspectors I am entitled;' .e&.to'Despitethe considerably '

more at this time I have received : Pmldent. th J
;' r"V;I\\t.: .iWSSIMMEE JCJ'' A:. COLD {STORAGE CO./: ., : FISH MARKET to date the sum of $1,260, and C; .. n. C. BRv", ",.,Seereiaq':, :

'j ,.: ";,r.\{,: r ." ,'"', t"' 't\\, "' 1'i : . from.this amount. I. will if necessary, ;
that for ;
myexpenses Y YI
labor etc., -has. been over $600. THE WATERflCAR3ON: GROCERY CO.
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.';,'" .. \, lY '" f', l 1, Respectfully yoursALAN ;/ .
7f w ) "I, . ". 1'p,. ,.. ... :t', \ '' J..MacDONOUGH, .t" Wholesale and Retail Dealers I la ..
.ix'' HV, '. \. ',:, _. fe. y City Engineer. I:
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,i: :f:' ), . ."' ;"." i :.,. 'v INVITE GENERAL-ATTENDANCE.
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t ,,: .r' ' ," .' ., '..-, The King's: Daughters''Class of the ". ''A! 0 ,
':\'.. \)" '. . '. '" 'I 'Methodist church held the semiannual '.L : ,;... .
... : .
" / r. election of offices afternoon
Tuesday . . "
c'' 'J"J'; : : <; '" ', \" .1 404,000000 . '
at the the ; ,
: bungalow : .
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: :.r/ : i :t.... : : '' :: following members were elected to . ; !" -. ,*_
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MITe during>the next six :months: 'WE'SELL'j .a BUT" ..
:: .. II' ; President, Mrs.:; J 'Z. Roberson; vice *' : X01.HAf r.; JT5 .. I
.. ASmall '
I 'B""k' A-- --f"-1'- .
.- "'I// ; '.'J president,,; Miss Lola Lawlerj: secretary . '' .t'e '. HIDES :. ....
t)1 : '. '. Mrs.;G. M.' Sherou.l assistantsecretary > .'' ., .
: .... 0( _, / Mils.' Cleo Weoldrldge; .GLuN ,. .
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treasurer, Mrs. C. E. Hilton. Miss .-: ,. o ,
inay 'not. amount t tomud-but d.t"t.; a good, thing 'to are, .ntil'' ,1 Nina ,Bratton,was'elected chairman f .r.. .: <*> ,' .i ,-4, FURS '

1 of the -ways;and'means committee; 0' s. FERT1LI2EHSVV, t pi';' '::1 +"? ," ... i. "
.you, have, a big ,Bank .I.Account Some; day that small ,BaneAc.. x ( ;Th."feature of"the, afternoon was? *' 'i'F;1 "Ii'1"" )",: . ,WOOL 'i :

'count\may'beconM. ''a very/big/ Bank' Account and, until':i it doei"O I, s' j.y t. the convention Interesting, of report the! Fourth read by annual lIfi. .t ''SHINGLES. ; -,("'{:.;':, .J 4' ",,y ;)I, ''i 'ci I"

y of the Florida Federationof r-' ,(I" > < -,'.. 1\"*' ,AND f, ..4 '
have SOMEJTHING..tot: back upon $1 1.00 it all,you need ,to start (j Wesley Bible Classes, 'held in *'' ..ORANGE'BOXES' i. .4 c.
' week, when Mrs. Ingram : ." : N". I .
\ !' Citizen Tampa last" : v ALLrSV ,
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Saving Account at the Bank. .,; went as a delegate from her class. ORANGE WRAPS' :' ( 'I.i\ '..
I r, ;1: -Alike,,V,a Mick ..:](It: saay beof {/ '. :';' :r This Miss.was Lola followed Lawler. .who by.attended a talk from the .. . "' >, .. *. ' "f*' f.'t ' .' ':,

.' : ,-. i "' '"'"" ( conventioiv'-aad by M .."J.. L Over YEGETABLE CRATES '.* '* COUNTRYw .',

'.tar. ,hIlsu i w"Anuent. roverli.\: : .t.., t..JI1 wt':" .. .. ' street who represented her class. .. I r "" -:> -trf, .* I -+,, .
-- 'Br 'Tote-of the King'sDaughters'Class : : ; -' -
rn a l
; . ,racllca 'cban will be made PRODUCE
g a ' }
-t for the ensuing six: months' for the : .. ,0. . ,A1"
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--,: C' 'B. 'k't. . :...' \' ; .. class doors wilLbe opened to any per- O'0'.00400 .0,. 004'.,, 40,0440 00
J nneliwrTUhtK '. IIZens .an r .Ion who desires to attend the meetInge : 000, 0:
$, I" 'DEPOSI1'S.r .
1 I ; or to participate in the class activities. .
"" '-'. ." "1 I ) ., : ,, -W .sell Feel'and Garden Seeds .
J all kind
..ri4:r-,,' l. : o F..KI SSIMMEE_____ .; ":' / 'I .-During the social, hour at-theconclusion 'W."JIT..,.pea '.fen tioo to'littie .. ;: {.-: ,#,;' '_ .
. ;j;; .fU-A .. 'jNSURED of ....ionu.Mrs. out hussars'. d : pinl.ti : aWe
)-',"" :;OJ ,: I ne baak: wit4. tie akfity a.a\wifibcto :., G.'. E..:Hilton, and 'Mrs.,,J. D. Wood- .Free.eleJiye" in'cytyliarits'PSone; ,, No. ,,,1Z. .!'
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I roounty good
L4W beck served dainty sandwiches and j -. geab' for fer6lizen'Ask"1u
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1,<, .. sea S ERYE", iced" tea. ?i f pncea"l1 fs thugs, _:-. .' a ft'?:: r. ft, ...ILllra- :.: oL': --- ,
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