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 17, 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: VID00929
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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WILL MOVE ITS MAIN Mass Meeting. SqdayAt'3P. M. ,AGAINST FREE :Sf ACE' '



A mass meeting, will beheld at J Casino, Theater Sunday afternoon .
If there1' Is one thing 'more, than, The most largely attended and

;' \ another weekly pay a Uve, and needs every it industry Is a Sat; at, 3' o'clock to discuss plans ,erecting' a suitable memorial -:in probably the most business-Uki. session ''

,,of the South *
Press Association #
that is established within its

portion.increases its prosperity that limits pro. I .honor of, ,our Soldier8sailors; ma, f9))[rand others, who' gave,, so: unsparingly last\ yet'Saturday.It held, .:'convened ,at Orlando -

Kitsimmee, by, th oc.tion'seems about of the to main be favored of.-i' of blood and, ,treasure: ,to n 'winning. the great '''world war. looked wheelhorses like old times to1 see suchveteran "

which fices ,of are the'now J. L.located Phillips in Company I This: is a, subject in which all should,, \be) deeply} interested and ,it is expected Harry Brown,' as M.'Willis F. Heth-Powell -

'ville. It is reported they are\'to be: erington, Clarence Woods' Joe

moved headquarters here shortly,1 and, making''handling this city the j i the''theater :will" Jbe filled ,too, ;: FrfloW1n The:: Kissimmee Concert -'. Humphries,, Ed. Fitzgerald, George
Goolsby 'Gilbert
,wholesale business from this point.' Band will 'render' short the er editors, who have Leachaid; oth-
The company expects to''bring withthem a "jyrogramVat; theater, after which', interesting I impressed their personalities so forcefully on Floes
their office force of six
present (
'or.the eight payroll, adding of- materially the company to speeches J and suggestions will be"'heard.J ., (Joe three ida journalism of those 'mentioned present. above At ,(least vis:: .,->!

Humphries. Powell and
here which is now more than A
. $000u4 1 \ I{Clarence Woods have '
..... I recently forsaken ",
." Making' Kissimmee the central distributing ', .u . - the tripod' and entered their
point will do 'more than .. more lucrative-.endeavors, but
hearts are still with the bunch; and
,- .bere.bring. It new will men.greatly and 'their increase families. the SAM LUPFER HEADS ELECTION FINE 'FISHING'' they were,'unanimously voted honorary .

the quantity af lumber handled here and I CALLED?TO VOTE IN, LAKE, An members all day at business the Orlando session meeting was, ,
of the mill.
output ,
held, in the Orlando i
board of trade
E. E. )Phillips of Jacksonville was CO. A DRIVE TOHOPEKALIGA' NOW,rooms,'. and ,a ,magnificent "" .
here the first of the week lookingover
provided 'by the Orlando Eiu.t.1"
house the for situation his family and He locating intends. I CHANGE INS BULKHEAD LINE . '....jThere" .\...>...... I trade, was served., at the '

moving here 'within the next week. I An organization was affected here have been otber'fish stories, hotel- at the noon hour.
this week to carry on the drive which but' a few d.)'.. ago Messrs; W. E. In the Evening the editors were. en.
the Y. M. C. A. I. planning, to secure Sanderson and J. E. Lupfer went out tertained at a splendid luncheon at +
funds for'state activities. Sam Lup- I At a special meeting of the city fe..ltate'de.lgnlng new wall for por on the lake. On their return some the club house in Winter Park given
SERIOUS, ,AUTO SMASH far heads the committee assigned the+J council yesterday afternoon, 'called tion on which it U to be used as wall time later th.ylNre loaded withnearly i by the board of trade of that beantl-
task of. raising the county's quota'pat the request of the bulkhead now planned is not sufficient to carry ( twenty beauties, .which were ful little city. Dr. Ceo. M. Ward ''
with Messrs. E. D. Katz W. J. 'I committee the additional loadl C. trophies of their skill. ,president of, Rollins College acted aa
.HP:; AT LUCERNE PARK q Lawrence,Tress,-J. E. X>npfer, and Steed W. ,' it was decided toe 'call an For the. benefit of the general pub- One trout weighed tlppe,the scales toastmaster and did', ''the honors. .in l,
.B. ,"Harris aa co-workers. election and let the voters express; U ie we shall, as early as .possible, at more than ten ,,pound., which Is ,..plendld71.. .., ; ,
J'" "r I The campaign will' be put on on(their wishes in the matter of drawing place flag markers on the revised likely;the largest fish caught .this 1 I I At the close of the business session
,, Bartow Oct. IlL) Mrs. Robinson October 20th-and continue till the in the bulkhead line a sufficient bulkhead line so that its location can season.' There were a sixpound at Orlando.-- George M. Goolsby retiring
of Haines City Mrs. J. W. Sample '80th in the ten southern states. distance to raise the fill above high readily: be seen.RespectifuUv. fish a four pounder, and several that president of the association
and Miss Ruth Sample of this city. The quota for Florida is $66,000 water mark, without increasing theyardage. submitted, weighed over a pound which, by theway 'presented a, set of :'resolutions eon
and young Mr. Robinson of Haines and Osceola's ''part of this fund is ALAN MatDONOUGH.. ,' is a good sited fish. We can., earning free' publicity and propaganda ,'.
City were badly bruised and cut in placed at 1000. A new survey has been made by: City Engineer.. personally: verify this fish story thus,;;' which after broad discussion 1
the collision betwen their car and one The committee has not organized Engineer MacDonough which con The following resolutions, setting fare ..1. were,,unanimously<\ adopted, as'. fol
: In which L. R. Mercer and Martin for active service yet but on Tuesday templates raising the fill eighteen forth the reasons/ for the election The thrilling part of the "after:I!'I lows:' '' \
McClelland, of Winter Haven and evening the 21st an international inches higher thaq the original plans were. adopted. : noon's sport they. say was when Mr.I I "whereu. Owing tot;the '&'I'Mt demand -
two women were riding near Lu- secretary will visit Kissimmee and called for. This, Mr. MacDonough; Reaoletloat: Sanderson hooked a monster which on country,newspapers for free
,. carne Park. Friday afternoon, and during the intermission of the band says will bring the levels at least .;wherefore it appears that owing broke his new pole and double line pace by,benevolent government and '
M.reer.nd McClelland are in jail concerts will make a fifteen minute thirteen inches higher than the highest to weather conditions that have prevailed that tested some thirty pounds, and' national, organization apt"
ben in default of bond facing seven talk In the* Interest of the campaign. water mark of the past summer for the past eight months, f it had easily landed the ten poundera' pealing' to the public"for financial. .
charges growing out of the accident.It .. The following report was submitted would ,be impractical and against the short time before. Mr. Sanderson i.aid, and *,;
charged that the Winter Haven -:j by the engineer: best interests of the citizens of- KIssiaimee had evidently: been caught, by' n the I'I I -Whereas. The limitations 'of the
party were in no condition to be':)' Hon. City Council City of Klssim- to construct the bulkhead fish rather than-catching I it,',..1or he country>newspaper an such that it r
In control of an automobile, officers W. ,J. STEED COUNTY mee Fla.Attention and fill along the lake front as oci g. 'could do nothing'with it.' Mr.,Lup-i, ,is impossible for them to'do justice' :,
claiming they bought, a .dozen bottles -I. : Bulkhead Committee: inally*contemplated? and fer, who*witnessed the straggle, said'to all these. worthy causes, .which we
of Jamaica ginger at Loughmaa Gentlemen: In acordance with Whereas The bond issue to cover'1theinitial 'the' fish must have weighed it.*( the feel merit, the'"generous' conalderatiw .
and had only one left when the ;:p ROOSEVELT PD your instructions of the 9th inst, re. expense of this work neighborhood of fifteen pounds.*, *. |i i of the public, and *
dent occurred. Just fifteen miles .ee."j lative to the raising of the-elev.tlon has been voted and the bonds sold I I .Almost the entire catch. .was temp t-I 1|I >Wbareas, The official of the organUatlons -
the scene of the alleged .. of the bulkhead fill 18 inches higher which said bond issue waa based oneertala. ed by artificial bait.' ' "including the pastors of
According to the Robinson they Field Secretary Gardner for the than the original plan and to ascer?. ,plans and specifications then .r 'be. various churches are> also working .
the Winter Haven Roosevelt Memorial Association lain the distance' on file meritorious. causes for which
.eaw car approaching was the bulkhead liner and wbieh'plana .nd speclfi-
them as they .neared Lucerne in Kissimmee last Friday in the. In..r would,be withdrawn, or: polled In,.to,,..f.tiOlUnow'appear; to be impractical SHIP :CANAL ASS'N"' :] they: are ,paid liberal salalaf i .there- .
Park.. They say they noticed the ear terest 'of"the natton-1ridt. movement,effect' ; the ,raise' in elevation without in view from to .n''" $5,000,000 with which to InexMSing the tion : It' Resolved iBy' ,the,, South-
was veering one side of the J amount of :''yardage a ebovt.Indicated, and 'i"I I l : lit'(
1 road to the other, in an uncertain'erect a suitable memorial to the'over-present'plans.-11'' 'to'reportrf I I yWhereaaThe' City Engineers has jtAMPAAt :; JI I, +Florida Press Association, >asembled
manner and that Mr. Robinson slowed memory of the late Theodora' Roose-1 I Ivolt. I I To raise grade of till 18 inches prepared additional and reviaed'plan FORMED ate Orlando'-Fla. Saturday' ,"-October ''iYliI8.
4; ; down his car on the edge .''of the higher I; would necessitatr-pnlling the whereby?the bulkhead line, WIll be - 11, that-la ,coaalderation, {
road to give the, onrushing ear all 'Mr. Gardner! while,here, appointed bulkhead line nearer to the shore drawn in. approximately. 115 feet meetli"of : ::(of, reasons, :given,, ,above.-that, we ,.
the leeway possible. Then/the crash Mayor W. J. Stood county chairman llpe approximately average of'115'along thd,portion'of.he lake'frontIintend.c a the"delegates' should also receive aome recompensefor
which wrecked both can. U /'7Mr. '>for Osceola,"'and Mr. Steed will se v, to be improved South Florida commercial clubs held i 'aid''and. services ,wb1cbwe; ren-, ,f
.. Robinson had one leg"brokenand "lect his committees and organise for I|I feet.Course of the bulkhead line would pose. of making) grater amounpar.o In Tampa,, last week there was'''dered' to'these'good cause.j' and-we1. w
is in I I the hospital at Kissimmee.,the drive; 'As his captains to assist be as follows: beginning the Sng-i fill in depth at no greater expense|formed the South Florida' Ship Canal will hereafter charge' for the publicity -
Young Robinson was and cut; Mrs. Sample was thrown out ''I > Lupfer Jr., of Kissimmee; Harry bulkhead line as originally laid'out.: Kiasimmee, and The association will 'ask ths governmen' Iu doing, W.,..,
but escaped with'a few bruises while I JlUdebranJt. of St. Cloud, and S. J. in Cape Breez.L.thence to a point'600'I Whereas It is the wish of this to deepen Lake Okeechoboe ean the fact: that we have
p Miss --Sample'.. severely cut about I Entriken. of Narcoossee.- feet south of Reed's mill on spur' Council to ascertain the will''' of the from some point on' the Bad Coast, been giving liberally to all these
the;neck'' and face and arms None Osceola county has been allotted track of A.'C. L., thence on a tangent,taxpayers entitled to vote in a 'municipal probably St. Lu l. inlet, to Lake I causes and-la the meantime owing to
of the injuries will likely.prove j$ its share 0(-the funds to be to sr Oint.600''' feet from' the, shore I ,Y than painful otherj'|I raised, and Chairman Steed is con- end of the city dock. (designated change; in( plans and specifications the tZaloosahatchee. River to.'. Fort materials, including, help and every?,
The driven of the Winter Haven fident that the county will go overthe by pointed marked line), thence on ". Myers: and thence to,-'the Gulf 'of thing necessary to the) publication of
ear were brought' to Bartow under ,top when the time comes. a 1 degree 62 minute curve) to a pointat Th'Nlore. Be It Resolved, That t Mexico. . a newspaper ia more costly than ever, a
arrest._The, two women were later]I I, The plans of the Roosevelt Memor- south city limits 582 feet the Mayor of the City of Kissimmee'do W. P Franklin 'of Fort before in many,yean and we feel it;,
'released and it is understood, they I jlal. Association include the erectionof corner of Clyde avenue .to Martin I issue -procl.matioD-ealUnc for was made president.and.Fred W.rde. Imp.ntl.e.that.we: .should.use[every
"have gone to Atlanta. The two men a magnificent'monument at Washington avenue. I Lan election to determine the question pf Fort Myers secretaryof the astorciation. reasonable ,,effort to'OUl' bolfn. -,
are ,being' held under bond- in thoi' D. C., and the establishment This increase in height of 18 inches -:|of making the change above men- .. ? *, t ... self-sustaining and profitable>> ,"'
sum of 2,000 haying waived. of a park for the people of Colonel brings fill to a level contour at;)ioned In the plan. and specifications ,A delegation will be sent to the seaThe officers elected for the ensuing.
-preliminary trial i Roosevelt's old home at Oyster Bay. the original government" meander originally filed and 111' accordance nual meeting of,the Atlantic' Deeper year' were Gilbert D. Leach' of the
I:In the I.tterl It is hoped, will eventually line of the lake shore and should with the". plans and'specifications Waterways Association, .which will ,Leeaburg' Commercial, president; B.
;MrJ and Mrs. V. A. Madlll, ..nd'cbann'tiig be Included the residence at provide for all"""overflow l.nd..1 more recently filed to wit: On October meet, in Charleston: 'Nov. 2, and ,4. Brassier.of the Orlando Report iy
children, who are the Sagamore Hill with its contents. shown on government plats.: 'Th. 16th,' 1910 Jutd known' as the Boats of small tonnage now cross the I Star vice-president; Mrs. C, V. 8.:
ruests or G.<*A.1 Briggs. and'family, I amount,of;land reclaimed under'this '"Revised plans and ,, Specificationsfor peninsula by this '.route but craft of Wilson of the Sarasota Times,'tress. i"t.:
; &,eft -Tnesday a _t'. 'auto trip I"" Miss .Mona'Huffman rejturned'Sun- plan is ,78.2, acres. The maximum Bulkhead and Fill' Along a' Portion larger'tonnage'are dedred.'At the corn, and A.''D. Miller, of the.East!.- v, i
r l to Miami and other east coast cities. day from'Davenport where she spent eastern outlet of the Lake Wale '
nil would t be',6,feet at bulkhead line; of the'Lake'Front of Lake To- any Lake Region, secretary. ,
Mrs' Briggs acompanied them on' ',the the week end with her parents Mr. with an average fill of 2.89 feet; total hopekaliga". and at present on file in age canals .excavated: large.draln-I: waa eelected..a*, .the. .III JpJaee..of
trip UhUUuuuu- __ __ :__1 and Mra.'Stewart :Huff man. ? yardage for main fill ia 380,000 cubic,the office of ;.Alan J. MacDonongh, can be'used. .:meeting'- "" -- - 1 .
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:yards; total yardage for' Commercial,,'city,engineer. That said proclamation '
Dock' ftll' fa 8.500 cubic 'yards'total; ''be' published once .'a week In l : .
; MASS MEETING CALLED TO yardage for fishing pier la 1,600 cu':three''' consecutive issues ..of the. Kls,FDA W. B WITHERSPOON TO : :

( per bic yards.cubic yard, $78,50. .of- 19 cents newspaper.jsimmee, Valley', mediately Gazette, a Kissimmee preceding ., ,:

1 The raising of the grade will'nec-' :said election. .i '


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Last week the.:Ministerial"Association :The concerts': rendered" ,by" the"'Klssinnmce Osceola.county' Is'toalebnte'theconstantly' --The Presbytery' of Florida 'In'sessr
sent a communication to the city ,! Concert Band '.on Tuesday increasing prosperity herewith ,
council asking'that!' a mass''meeting KISSIMMEE: HIGH BOYS and1' Thursday evenings and Sunday a, county fair,, this year to "beheld >> KNIGHTS 'OF I ion 'Winter: Haven Wednesday'dis I ,
} ,of Kissimmee citizens should be afternoons are drawing' large audiences !In January*, or,pet haps,in early solved the relation' between Dr.'W' <-p.Witherspoon. :
called to consider the erection of and proving a decidedly plea- February :when the largest :number and the'f church i,at ,.this'place
some suitable permanent"'memorial FIRST ant diversionfor' our bomefolks, as I loot< winter visitors will be present to MEETINGI to si joint'request'-
""Those LOSE 'IN GAMEWhile well as .visitors.' A .:.participate, in the'' festivities. IN DISTRICT chures onse '
to of,our-.citizens (who 1 endured .. large number of J the the1 pastor. .
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the new' seats' have been Nothing definite has been ,
hardships,, performed' the recently placed arranged Dr. Witherspoon will 'occupy. t_'
labors and rendered service during in front of the bandstand by j I as. :yet,',though there- will be a I pulpit Sunday morning-by special ap.' .
", the world war/-' !' ''the, ''Osceola'BIgh'I football, fathers, and it is no longer necessary fine-stock show as that, Industry. is' :''The district meeting of the .Knights pointment OT' 'the presbytery, and in'
The plan suggested by: the'communication squad> was 'Outclassed Saturday' by for those who haven't autos to stand'featured in the county. There will of Pythias .held in their hall in the I!connection with the service-willof-, A
was to erect a memorial their,,,'adoerearythe'Plent' City team, wbila..ttie">concert ,is,'In progress. be,a splendid citrus fruit'.display also Fraternity building' Wednesday, :evening ,flcially declare the pulpit,vacant,.andllhalLwilLbeJJsJasC
hall. Including' large auditorium "a both-byIBht.nd..-experiencethe, --At-iech"-perfonnance--auto- and ofcoursesnappy;; : __ was a pronounced success and I i I .mea.ln this
'80uncilch.mber. , boys,evinced Indications of yield/-/ Osceola i eoneof, the few w..' attended by one' hundred. -
: 'rooms 'for the no .. from our'',,neighboring cities are observed county j church. : ;1
American Legion, the band.'the '.fire tng an easy victory but'fought. every ,' and : Broadway presents a counties .that. 'Ifolds ','a 'one-county, twenty; members ,of the'local order.I I Dr. Witherspoon during- his boat :N:.
;' laddies*** gymnasium: and perhaps, a inch of territory with a tha\ "--' cone' of life and gaiety which is event, and It is well'patronlred' not, visiting K. P. and friends. pastorate here, has always taken m ,
swimming pooL, This however was shows they have the apiritof a win, The band now alone by the' home 1 people but b.j Representatives, from. ''Ap l lopka. deep Inte""t In civic,,.as .well'as re+' ;
only a tentative .plan.'. ning'team.' ;(' ;' has,something like'' twenty-five: mem- crowds of sight ,seer$ who take advantage -. and Orlando lodged ew.led ,the'llgions affairs During the.war* he: -
The city council thought It fitting Kissimmee 'went': 'tDto the game ben,'.and the music' they .render !. of this opportunity toe see crowd and added tQ, the enthusiasmof :wee one of the.wbeelho..... in all the ,
that the ministers take the;initiative with but three'veterans,of Jut ,season equal to that:produced by' the high .' industrial. --.. develpomsnt, .of this ,,the meeting which ''had for. its,war 'work and welfare drives,' and
la the project' and a,.mass meeting and the remainder of the team all priced aggregations,.which play den r section.- ,?< guest, of honor Grand Chancellor; was never known to shirk a duty imposed .
has been. eaUed'for next; Sunday after untried men. Early 111.. the'I'game ina 'the winter'at aome of Florida's Judge ,Gober. 'of Lakeland,; : upon' film no matter,, how arduoo -,;
noon at the Casino Theater for a general Simpson while' running' interferencegot reaort towns Xlssimmee.people ire AUDIENCE ENJOYED SPECIALTIES ''At the conclusion of'the ceremonIes the task. His unselflrt devotion
discussion. ;.. a,jail. that: fractured i his collarbone becomming-'mon and more' Imbued WITH, DADDY LONG LEGS. a' feast was spread in' the ban ito all .meritorious causes has ''.& ,
This meeting, win be presided! over and put: him out not: only for with the fact; ,that the. band ia a '- quet hall where, chicken piQcan., deared him to the citizens of Klsslnv .
Jointly by chairmen G. W. Fox' of the afternoon but for all the ...&IOn. greatasset.-- rb Mary Pickford I In: 'baddy' Long NDdwlc cakes 'were mse'wlthoat 'regard to denomination I
the city council and Dr.W.; Do WSWmrspoon The boys gaveaccount of T* .' Legs was shown to sr-crowded house served In llvIah.profosion.> al lines-and he will carry with,, him
1" of theassociation.. '.../',: .,-.", tb mslv.. and though It was I>tp lm.- A.-,D.; {has' been" al.the. Casino Theater Friday, afternoon ,-The Kissimmee band was'.' featureof the best wishes of all Kissimmea pee.
1l, '+.. There will be abort concert by the aible to holdJthe weightof! the opposing in Bane7b". .J employed , ?and.evening. 'The picture was the evening.' tie in whatever. 'be .may undertake. '
,'I !band beginning at > oMockv;'' thenSnpt. team match their tactic, some time' leaves Pharmacy' .for especiallyappealing with its ''rapid F. C.. Bryan-who! Ia.'dl.uld""dep.ut future,, '
toda -
,, ,. .( C. E. Yow ll, Chairman FoxH on. H.r their '*pep'won them:wan praisefromzthev rah.' '.from' in Jp'
"' .' > changes!' grave to'gay, till the y, waa charge of the event; and '
',; :'#:c. Stanford and Col.' Lewis O'Bryan ;: !'! City team. ," macist there. Mr."' Bailey -'is' Mrs, climaxandhappyending.' .- left::not!atone.unturned that..wouldadd' ..!'BKTAIT CHAPTEItCHATZE1t. U.. D...., .C. '
,1. vt.will present: some phase of the -
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queaitlon. of the Prof. Fmen "
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( game Grantham's brother, and during his Dot Makinsoa, in a dainty to_.its completeness.: ,
not be
/'; ,: fined;to these speaking.will men, but others will eonS be- aid:. "The best'feature showed to nay;,mind stay here has made 'many, fnenda child'".costume, sang; ."Daddy1' Long ,- v- I A'special Jneetlni'of WH1 Brya*' '
was that Kissimmee no aigna to
iaaked-to,voiea. n of fear the andexperience who win regret, : ,to learn of hi* dparttilrt. Legs. the delight ,of >the ..11dl.nee Mr. and''Mrs. B E; Beleomb have Chapter,'U. D. O..will be held at tharesideaco >
.discussion.. U hopd will ben raL. notwithstanding of their' "."adversarie elM "' i.....' >W ,,";' ular song and to the musical orchestra sang a 'pop returned .from Jacksonville and are : o. of.,IMm.told SOTiChareh ,c, .'
living on Emmett; street.:: 'Mr. 'Hel- Sti a ThursdayOct. -
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They played to the end with the same -- which wars decided
,, 1 a lift ..JWeieome'tlU comb has been Jn the shipyard bosineas .'ttrd for the, of electing
Mri T.,'G. Dub visited ,relatives determliaUoA"that': charxgteti..dopening"pLay. the of the jrama stood fior : purpoee
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> + more-than.a year.'and is-. delegate'to General-Coav Wexln *' > ; AS/
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.o. Relieve 'Sick Headache, I. THE "'"EFFICIENT"" Y. M. 'C. A. F .RiDAY"", -OPCODE: R 24th

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4 'Remove he Cause! I In speaking of Rev. Sankey A.: Lt. Col. George H. McClellan, and STATE'DAY \
: Stephens, the preacher V. M. C. A. let Lt. George W. Wright walked up ,.
\ .10 worker at .Arcadia, who is alleged to and purchased five boxes of cigars ,
?.. have ruined a .seventeen year old "
girl, Claude C. Jones editor of the I. 'Mr. secretary, said I,"I thoughtall .
the cigars were gone" To.which Furchgott'a'Slst' Anniversary Sale \ [
: THEN Head aches will usual.. Arcadia News pays the following he replied, ."There are none left tot .
,' \\ ; your you tribute tothe.M.,' C. A: 'enlisted men" .& ' -.0 .

'vv ly find that' and 1 "There are hundreds of reasons I "2. While Les Islettes Come Jacksonville at Our Expense Ii
'" . you are constipated. why,i the Y. M. C.A. failed to gain a I walked, in a at Y hut-with Pvt., France Clyde; :

w 4' "I''Klious. To big place in the hearts of soldiers,,V. Williams, from Wauchula to . :,
K : correct. constipation and clear4 and' such cases as mentioned above ,i some 'paper to write home. ,,get Every; e ono ywiMiperson within a radius of 200 mile of

,.s t ;; ;:.:tHe., system :.of 1 the ''fermenting congestion -- 'had numerous s a of great this in deal the sort were F."entirely with itco4e too-I..home"'May," said I have'some I. Whereupon paper to I write was Jacksonville will want. to attend this great. money-uving. event.. '

+ ,of stomach, 'waste, foul bases and bile use .| "It was our pleasure and displeasure -'handed two sheets of paper and an A* a further inducement to out-of-town people we have made ,\
,envelope. "
be member of the
to E.
a A. F.
T for a year and we learned from those > 'This is not enought, Mr. secret.wry Friday October 24th STATE DAY. This day will not only be a 4 {4

4 iJ who were wronged that Y. M, C. A. I just received thirty-six letters day of extraordinary value-giving but in addition vie will refund :.,:,
secretaries had too frequently duplicated yesterday from mother and about of '
r DR. CALDWELL'SSYRUP the act set forth above. We thirty from other people. It has beenso to every person who comes from any place within 200 '..

saw welfare workers of all branches >> long since I have had any: mail Jacksonville thei!/ full railroad fare provided that purchases ,
PEPSIN officers (married and unmarried) and and I received such a large bunch of and
amounting to $50.00 'more are made at this More a return
chaplains, disregard womanhood and it yesterday I must have more paperto "
trespass virtue under the same cam.ouflajte catch up with my correspondence." ticket canbe shown. ;I\\,
&he Perfect Laxative I that the man referred to "I cannot give' you more than two \ i
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above did and with the same results. sheets, said he." -
| "There were good men connected "Before leaving the hut I saw an FURCHGOTT'S S, Jacksonville
I with the Y. M. C. A. and there were officer walk up to the counter take I : .'
;, Drnfc: Stores Everywhere cts. Z J,3; $1.00A I bad; this lit true with all organizations about a hundred sheets and walk ..0 HO 0 0000-0-00. 00000 0 0 060'.00.00 O'OUO oooooOOOHOHO o-H+++ A',;
even with the churches. The away. ,
A Y. M. C. A. did good work there if "3.-Another time Wiliams and I ""I!!
I no doubt of this but there were so went Into a Y hut at Les-Islettes backache vanished and my kidneys FIRST METHODIST CHURCH /
ifl connected withit France and requested a. checker 'acted regularly again. I gladly give I
unworthy men W
,, 'BOTTLE many ,
TMAL CAN BE OBTAINED.! FREE! OP CHARGE!, BY WRITING this endorsement. School Mr. J.
that the soldiers in the" A. E. F. board. 11:00 a. m. Sunday ,
:TO fELL had little respect for it. The con-1 I "One franc," said the secretary. I| On March 26, 1918 Mrs. Seaver L. Overstreet Superintendent.

VV____& _______________________J duct of the Y secretaries overseas 1 "One franc for what," said I, 'I said: "Every once in a while when I I I 12:00 a. m.. Preaching by pastor.
caused other organizations to gain '|:don't want to buy a board all we get a slight backache caused by hard Christian Service. ,
strength. Half of the great reputation want to do is to play a game and return work, I begin| taking Doan's Kidney I 2:30 Junior League, Miss
of the Salvation Army rose from the board. ,',Pills and they quickly gave me re1le p. 1.
inarticulate dislike for the Y. M. C. A. I one franc," said the aecre-i;I;i gladly conform my former state I Hopson Manager. League Devotional ..
Free Paint BookHomes Many men praised the Salvation Ar-Mary, "and if you return the board ment. 7:30: p. m. Epworth Pres.
will be returned to I r-rice 60e. at all dealers Don't Miss Huffman 41
my when they had never seen a "las- franc you. !/
I I| 8:30 Preaching by pastor.
|sie" or a doughnut. Why BecauseIthey I Secretary, said I, "It has been I I simply ask a kidney remedy-get p m. Y.
and Hour fo Paint TJtGfn despised the Y. M. C. A. and.two months since I have received a .! noan's Kidney Pills-rth sane tilt Subject Preparing the Way. i
revenged themselves by lavishing'cent of pay and I haven't the franceto Mrs. Seaver had. Foster.Milburn At Single Creek, 4:00: p. m. J
? 4 I praise\ on other welfare societies. deposit with you." Co.; Mfgr, Buffalo, N. Y. Wednesday evening 8:30: prayer-% ;
ri. | | , Will be helpful to you and the Y. M. C. A, officials mistreated said the secretary "not to let anyone Subscribe for th* Valley Gazette. I I K. F. HODNETT Pa.tor."r"t

,enlisted men,, but we will relate only have a checker board without first ----- - -- -- ---- -- -- -- _. - - --- -- .
p your painter- two or three instances where the sun ,I making a deposit of one franc. -
._ shine was knocked several "kilos" "We watched a game between two I A
I from our disposition. ,bfflcers, and when they finished with
i, ,Contains:: Illustrations: of attractively pain a-li0me., shows "About a week or two after the the board it was returned to the Y

floor plan, fives specifications how to select: theVight colon.aJeo' battle of Varennes the Y. M. C. A. ''secretary, but no franc was returned $20 FOR A 2c STAMP .

1M information for painting roofs, barns buggies" wagon., established a canteen there. I stood :to "them. Did they depocit the franc;? :
,implements refinishing woodwork and floors, decorating in line for three hours and twenty I think not. If they had it would

+1, wall. This valuable f re*Paint Book tells bow to get the finest minutes in a snow storm for the purpose have been returned to them. ( Automobile Protection ) r
of purchasing one franc worthof "These crimes, circumstance made
t, + y results withInasmuch cigars something that was very them crimes, were a great deal less
scarce on the front lines. Finally I than those committed by the preach- FIRE
breached the Y secretary and asked er-secretary at Tampa, but we main- & THEFT, and COLLISION premium on $1,000 .

him for one franc worth of cigars, tain that misconduct to this extenton
worth of
insurance in Kisaimmee is
which should have been two. the part of men who profess to $21.00 per year. .:
[" 'No more left,' said the be Christians eventually calls for
Compare with others. More that saved
secretary Before I left. the counter misconduct of a greater degree. any $20.00 by

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writing us direct. Application blank on request. ;

a*painting 1*an investment and not an expense you Y

should us* the best and meet economical paint your money Tampa, Fla., Oct. 16. -With both Orlando, Oct. 13.-The meeting of FLORIDA STATE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION .
.will buy. Pee Ce. faints and Finishes will glv you lastingsatisfaction Florida and Georgia rounding into the South Florida Press Associationin :
!a' r at lowest cost. They ha.* stood the test for more ,prime condition for their big battleon this city yesterday was a largely Orlando, Fla. .!

; than fifty year. Plant field, Saturday, October 25, attended and most successful gathering
arrangements in Tampa are being of the journalist of this sectionof
l Aak u. For Free F..l.l Book..e Color Cor*.,or........ pushed along rapidly al.o1 and Gilbert the state and resulted in much OOOOO'OO'O"OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoOO"O'OO"OOO'O .
,rooeleo-Cealbort Cob,lac epor.t.d, LoulavlUe, sty. Freeman manager of local arrangements good to the prefession.
,' OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY announces that reserved The meeting. were held in the .
a',1 eats and automobile on' the,board of trade and
Distributors for Pee-Gee Paint Product space headquarters 'ooo ** *44 M" .
sidelines will be placed on sale in Mayor Giles welcomed the delegatesin j " " " ', ;

to ,Klatlnua*., Florida. Tampa Monday morning October 20 behalf of the city. The response ,<
and that there willbe Georgia andFlorida was by George Goolsby president of
sections of both boxes and the association who spoke Words of t
I auto spaces. He also states reservations praise for Orlando and expressed the

....., ..., "" ' ,.........................., can be made by mail. pleasure of the newspaper men at '
After a conference with Athletic being called her for their meeting.Mr. R. S. :
KIDNEYS 'WEAKENING? Director Buser of the state university Con O. Lee, of Tampa gar FLOYD
and various members of the alum an 'interesting and very characteristic ,
ni it has, been decided that the old address at the morning session .fa I"'J ', f..!, .... .. .,-,' .
LOOK OUT! seal of foot ball prices will prevail and after' routine business' of the . .: ; . I .
- - - - :
1. ....t there being no raises and the rates morning members were given a dinner .. ,' \' ' .
KMaey tr**> *lo pi> a.r of Th housewife of Boll*** w..w'aI. .1 \ ,, /:.: .'y
IvS5. but for boxes will be $1.50 seat while at the San Juan hotel) which " I :',' .' '
.' They sr w. lowly toast aa soon he. wlthent.. food a* with* per was ,. ," ",, '"':''!i.1I',Y! .-t'' ..
T eetMaty ttad r.islsl.f, ..uT you bath Mil a''with vl.-. oat her "... D &eIt Drops." a* Wu.latly auto space, including general: admission a most enjoyable affair. !"> V.-i- \Ait ;. J \ ,' '
.. 4 1.1. rail GOLD XCTXAJU HurlomOil for four will be 5. The grandstand .An announcement was mad that .' ft ; \
your tatubtlttle d1.N.If.. there la time.Ooet Capenloa. Thcr. ....... stresgtb will be a flat $1. in the evening they would be taken Groceries' and .
t. waN *eJa heoom* bigtH Md are ronpoiwlhl tae vaooowro I Plant field offers only abpnt 600 to Winter Perk where another banquet ,
fba void tenure Dsa't .. with .,-treatment. To UoIUadera for the at.,rar, robust ;aitb.. of the box seats and 150 automobile spacesso would be served. .

With OOLO Y>MBDAlTHMrlem Oil Cape it will be seen there will be a Two banquets in one day somewhat i
-p .vie* ..... Take: throe or.tour every t>o .., delay, Oo .. y..r 4rorUtlulot 1 strong demand but there will be startled the scribes, but they
w saw. ,yesare,..u..., trees. MEDAL on Ha&rlem his oupptylBS-CHI Capivuloo. GOLD Tko plenty of room for all comers in the under the ordeal and the Fresh Meats .f

.. Tfcl preparation" baa bora then aa dlrootod. wad If row. are ...tU.ft04 grandstand .which . though of the second spread did not
.... of the national ......cU.. of Hol- with ......1.. your .1'11..I.t willSlaaly The Florida and Georgia alumnaeis affect their appetite at the first one.
.o.4 for eaatartoa I. ISM the **..r.. I rofsad ro-r monoy.i Look for planning a big day for the battle In the afternoon there were addresses '
4 '"
Mat of the Methorlkad rao.tod 18. OOU hTBiPAJU .. the bos ;
, w Mclal charter aathorUlag.. .IU prepara-. and aeeept no. 00..., la ..*!..,.DOBOO.thro and after the contest a big dance by Mr. Cabinets, of the American
u' tIO. sad eaJe. < 'V 010_ ' will be staged either at the Country Pre. Asociatlon and Mr.
..t ................................... :..............................................,. club or the Palm Cela Golf club George Ward, -a large advertising 1Phone a
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7 probably the latter as it offers the agency.The .
"largest dancing floor In the state I annual election resulted. 176 302 '
I Broadway
EftI7Mt17WU It Aiybedy.,A lTrtis*. TksJr "Waats" b n.Valley Gaiett* Arrangements for these and plans.(follows. Gilbert D. Leach, of Lees I, (

for sponsors for the two teams will .burg president and -A. D. Miller, of ,.. .
be taken up by the committees ap,lEnstis, secretary 'It was .decided to

; n I \ y pointedhby the alunmi meeting Toes- hold Walet.the next .meeting at Lake

- .- - The afternoon entertainment 'at .o..o..o ...o..o..o...
.i More Economical Winter Park proved a most enjoyable n
affair. President George Morgan
.f : HEED OLDJDAGE,, Ward, of Rollins college, presided at
; Than CoHeeBetter the luncheon, which was most graciously Special 4
..... ". : served by a committee of Win
: Ounce of Prevention Better Than ter Park ladies. Limited

Health'and Pound of, Cure. ; Clarence E. Woods gave a toast to ,t
: for' the ladies and MI. Kicoll responded. TO FORD
With influent inroad OWNERS ::.
again making Dr. Schadt spoke on the subjectof ;
Costs Less into the,health of the country, 'The Press, and President Leach
the ,old adage, "an ounce of prevention -II gave a response to this talk. ,:: : .. ;
is better than aanoandng the greatest moBey. aviog oflVr 'ti : +
a pound of cure, ,"' "Has Bsens" was handled by Jack over ,,
_ never'meant than it does mad to Powd"Owmere on Basonkay The Tire.Fillet
llVW.tA Worthington, of Tampa with a'humre.pon.e -
i S-ounce bottle of Dr. Williams which ride like air, and ba*cat la two togo
j of ,
orous by C. -Ey Howard
sf 100,000..... Yon will
Instant Postum 101 Tonic will of get the detail of this j'
save many poundsII1UIV .Orlando. H.' A., Brown; of St. Augustine extraordinary proposition In the mail. H
101 yon font
I cure. Tonic! contains Quinine
< a closing toast "Our j 'I g
'. ,. Iron' an4 Magnesia. This ,a proper Country:have was. well received. tsceive.... your. ,' writ lor 144- Us the-coupon below.. .
combination where cases of.ColdS -

,A. table ,chink\ made, aa LaGrippe"Flu,",are Fever,to .be and treated Malaria or 'warded as well! NO LOOKING BACK HO PUNCTURES, '

:' 4qiuck .lhs .,a: wink!!, by'w off.During 'I
f J" : : the influenza, epidemic KI&MMEE -l

_ ;! placing a spoonful{ '' in 'a ht ,. I which covered the country in October 'JN '. MOBLOWOUTS :
1918 theale.'of 101 Tonic increased __ .
'cup, tnenadding ;hot: t : more than 600%. This proves New Evidence Constantly Being' IInt'Cbit.' c.** > .0":11':11I' i'
= that 101 Tonic is an effective treatment Published. : .. ,4*
and = I '
1: :water : 'augar''and: ,, for this disease. Since the long succession of Kisimmee -! i. tookay, not aa *as.' 'Tb* a.. JBssookay I Ie a ptovdeon-

,' cream to .taste. :- ', :' a'a'rm': 101 Tonic not only treats the disease -' report were first published ctnt b'aDafern4'. Iroaa GIlt ,lbs to a0,000 mils is tbs rely '. F
.. worn-cut to sew. .. .
c' .. but .acts as a general torftc. Iin.the local press there has been no 1 1I
Get 101 Tonic looking back. Kisiimmee evidencecontinues
at 'your drag store 10
-25c and 60e bottle. Accept no to. pour in, and-better I Freight Bonds JI Free
.J 'a' :Reason. substitute for there is no medical I still.-those whose reports were first ," Ciscount I: Free Accepted 51 Trial

- Williams'No,101 which is like 'Dr. published many, :years hearty' verify' all d.Aeg toll Ilrlt.el ... ..... ......... b..ta.1Ia............
-, Tonic they said in a most and unmistakable NM .. w....... .mM .. M rase-.wa : -4 .
t 'ROS'tUM 1 ..... WIll... ..... ....._-J .
i Read the -. . No......... _
way. aa..r
r experience .
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to .. .
. .. An Agreeable< Surprise. -of Mrs. L. -R. Leaver 824 Bermuda ..W u s"w I. .... .f euh-.. .. ,
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ss.q tware tIM ............
_' If> "About-three year' ago when I Ave. She gave the following Y aw ss.rlt.rA ')q r mr v. > ...... afar .... Oa EE!Yw N ,r
'';;'' ', was suffering from a'svere cold on statement May 21, 1908: "I had beena _ .
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." I my lung and coughed most of the great sufferer from backache.. My De"tHn' lfsdaslwsriis.-rsws. : __.. -
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4 .. time' ,back ached constantly which kept Ag- .. .. 17.wb ......... ,
'oatum Cereal Company night-and--day'I tried a bottle I me ...... ..4- d
.- .. . =- of Chamberlain's Cough; Rem.dyand in. misery.'" There' was ... a' surenessacross' .......... .._ .........,. .c: :. :. = cr-: .
.,. .y L'' 7 wee _la .... __. __ . .
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G i .ttle'GO. Cp' MIC Ij. : .' '. was surprised at the promptness with the"smslI'of-my backhand every ",... ... )tIII -, ,.
If .1'
p. -' is 1 which it gave me relief write,Mrs. : time I stooped over or attempted 111'" ,." .
;Sold by Croean4 Gal.,1." ,Stora Jaraesrown/ u Clark Mills, N. T. to.lift anything the pain:was awfuL i, '.............IU: ;ad- g
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Many another has been surprised and My kidney. were too and.I .
\ .i -:- -. '; .. I I.f pleased with the prompt relief, af. leo Jdn"t rest:"comfortably 1I1R'hta.f I .......cN .OHMipii ........ .
No' Rase'm ,Pace Ird4 by, this remedy.- learned .f Doan' Kidney Pills. androt ,. r.I .........> iixiseii.,i i l 2 : .... '
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I for. the, Co; ;%and they gave' m*:;more relief l.I ...,-_ : _vroonr ra..wuaaelm
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.I ; o Ydur enjoyment of Camels will be very great ,

aOARD'1 1 because their refreshing flavor and fragrance

STATE BANK BUILDING b and mellowness so enticingly different. You

y $Las tasted such 1 I. ,Bite is eliminated '
Phone No. 162 _; v never a cigarette

F FF .and there is a Cheerful absence '
>t.1..t-Q: : \ ,
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F DR. C E. DUNAWAY. .';t:.1/. Via'""& 18 cents a package pleasant cigaretty odor I .

Physician and Surgeon.I '
DR. a..r..Jd.en.._ .. Camels are made of an expert blend of.choice
Of fie* Over"Post Office. ;
.e.nNe.spat .r1700 70
ZT.CODYEDITOR .it.nfb.; w h. pas= Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are J
-i PHONES: ) In trto ........,..,..r.
smooth and mild but have that desirable' full-
114. __red... *. W1.frMttffjr f.. .
Office 40. Residence,
BAPTIST -- thim Mrtoit */ MM horn
and hand
N- generous measure. You will prefer this Camel r'

..r. KRIBB8 W. J. STEED A. AKKRMAN blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! a

WEBS, AKERMAN AND STEED + Give Camels the stiffest then
..... tryout,
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x....__ n.rI. REUlllmn: : GILLJfSSICNARYXr compare them with any cigarette in

1 d...r..l pra ril..(..<_I., CMrta.all State..* V.It.4 I I ROME: the 'world at any price for quality,

---- 'flavor, satisfaction. No matter

M W. B. CRAWFORD To make a general survey of the European mission Dr. Love made. the how liberally you smoke

ATTORNEYATLAWOffices economic:, social and religious conditions following statement outlining the purpose Camels they will not tiro. '
of the commission:
t In Europe with a view to recommending rn
: 8, 4, 5, 6, and .Citizens. When the call cam. to help aav*. your tar to/
to the Baptists of the South I I .j
Bank Building I promote and secure democracy in Europe -
where and how th.y can aid mOlt effectively R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO co.
there came a louder call to help
Kissimmee, : : t < Florida In the reconstruction of thstcontinent
save, promote and secure evangelical Winston. aJem, N..C, +'
through the Baptist 7f Mullion Christianity in Esrope. That which
DR. R. J. DENNING Campaign a commission com- alone will now preserve and perfect
DENTIST. posed of Dr. J. F. Loe. secretary of the democracy for which brave men
Successor to Dr. W. W. Carson. the Foreign Mission Board at Richmond have died on the battlefield of Europeis
Over the Postofflce. Vs.; Dr. Z. T Cody editor Baptist -' the Christianity of the New Testscent. nwelfare
Courier Greenville. S. C., and Rev. Southern Baptists can not lonc'er I 4
OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 110.: 1:10: to i. I work of the y
Everett Qlll. missionary at Rome. 'I profess New Testament Christianity opportunities
Office Phone 158. Italy who is returnlnit after a leaveof and decline a challenge like that that centered around the community
kitchen, of the necessity of a restroom
absence In this country and who which Is now presented to them to
for the
or play ground city'syoung
will serve as guide and interpreter to bear witness to their faith among the people, and of the. need of co- s
the other members, Is now in England : peoples ot Europe bur people never operation between the board of trade
for a conference with the Baptists before faced such a challenge and such and the woman's clubs in all forms I d
of Great Britain and will go from a responsibility.. of city improvements R1GLEP't

Z Waring Building. there for an inspection of France and "Ot course we can not go to theme.'i Mrs. Hendley spoke of the Royal
I Belgium. ;lend women of Europe who have been, Palms State park, which : es-
tate of 1920 the
Another brief conference will beheld and reducedto prop-
i stripped of earthly fortune
Pal Johnston O. P. OeireM terty of the Florida Federated Women's -
"r with the of Switserland. of
Baptists direst necessity with a message
Clubs and that each
JOHNSTON *: GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW: attar. watch: a trip will be made through Christian love and brotherhood if we club give the project some supporttill F3

Italy and a surrey of the new repuo- decline in our abundance to tarry it can be put on a self-supporting ;
Offices 10; Citisens Bank llc of Csecho-Slovakia conducted. From some substantial pledge of our love basis. This splendid bit of nature's : a package!
Bandy Prague, capital of Bohemia the commission and compassion. Mothers will not be handiwork lies< in Dade county 5
1tIee1.e., FlaJgoJFfluu1SELLS will go into such parts of Ruekls able to stay the crying of their little i I> Mr* Hendlsy stated that the official before the war 1
as are open and the foreign trip ones to hear us preach if we d.cllil. Dixie Highway is now complete .
will be. concluded wit an Inspectloc to': practice- the gospel of compassionand throughout its limits and the sectionjs ., .
of Palestine, where the missionarywork feedxtbeee little ones and .build designated. as "the Ingram, High

formerly don. In ;Syria, Persia. fires. at which they can during F*way. 'i,,\1'"''. .'I'_ ,,.
At the conclusion of Mrs. Hendleys '
'1' "
; ; and Galilee by the Illinois Baptist Asaocistlon their frosted toes. ,
lag warm Mfa
talk few minutes
a were spentin ; packaeY'faduring
has been turned over to the Southern Baptists are under the mot social conversation, when cooling I .\ "!;! c, If a

Foreign Mission' Board.. solemn eMIgatkm to help relieve the punch, were served.,., f "t,; ",I
There are approximately 4,260Bap- want and suffering of ':.rop.. But If Mrs. Hendley is 'one of Florida's the war' f '
tist churches. In Europe today, with there were no reconstruction work la most prominent and useful club women ,
1.000 pastors and missionaries and S6fJOO > .Europe, Southern Baptists have motives whose charm of personality
church members, it Is announcedby numeioes enough and strong make her many friends wherevershe
71XTllion to them to make a complete : appears, and the Kissimmee ladies f
and the headquarters of the Baptist enough compel '"
Fire Life Accideiit have this
were delighted to had
of the Baptist 76 Mil
and considerablesum success
Campaign a
Health, Plate Glaii, Liability from this campaign will go toward I lion Campaign.. I would therefore, as opportunity Mrs. Hendley's of meeting home club her, has endorsed a j}t .
succoring needy. famine's of Baptistsand my parting word to my brothers> and her for the presidency of the 5c t packageNOW .
and Boiler Insurance. others In the war-torn regions aswell I sisters of the South( ;Implore them to Federation at the next election, but "I. r."
as In the propagation of th.. gospel give themselves to this campaign and she states that she is, not a candidate' "" ,
'v Bonds Executed and the eetabUshment of Christian I carry It to a triumphant conclusion for that position.! _
Lefal '
Institution there It is announced. daring Victory Week, November 80- 't ." ;
the Adriatic on ate December ,." FLORIDA RED CROSS TO .. ii .
Needed. Before sailing on : i .
Same .
Day I I MEET i -

I I. ,,0---: THE FLAVOR LASTS t"
Orlando ReporterStar.In .
r ROADIS Atlanta Ga. Oct: Hundreds of "
OFFICE: SUti Bak BaiUlif KISSIMMEE-ST.' CLOUD justice to Osceola 'county the Florida citizens, Including the heads
SEVERELY CRITISIiED, "Gazette begs to advise 'Judge Cheney of practically,every Red Cross chap- SO :DOES 'THE "PRICED :
that the
bad 'road between
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ter in the State, and the chairman of )
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The. committee appointed by the simmee and St. Cloud is only a short the Third Red Cross 'Roll Call in .
Orlando board of trade to make the stretch lying' within the city of Kis-! will '" j '" .-
practically every county assentbio ,
vj j J J. W.THOMPSONFuneral Melbourne trip made its formal report voted simmer, and, that bonds have been in ,Atlanta October j,11, to greet .; : ;
today which covered several and' the, contract let for its'''Dr. Livingston Farrand, chairman of 'II
paving. ..
the Central committee of the American .
:DirectorAND pages of ,manuscript. The committee I .Red Cross and to hear the -mes'sage \ .
made a very exhaustive investigation PROMINENT CLUB WOMAN which he brings/ ..them as their .' :
Into the road situation as well as the VISITS ,KISSIMMEE leader and the highest official in the

ridge and beach property. The report American organisation.
was adopted by the board and (Written for: last week.) I Dr. Farrand, making. a coast-to- o y'.
"HICENSED EMBALMER the committee extended a vote of Mrs., J. & HeDdl.y.'of'' Dade City, 'coast tour of.the United States,to .
; thanks 'for its work. vice-president of the Florida Federation herald the peace-time program ''of
.t f Judge Cheney, chairman the 'of Woman's Clubs,. was a guest' the Red Cross and the Third Red
Store. u4"Ch.Pe1. Stewart ':A... committee, king of/the road of. her old time friend. Mrs. W, J.,Cross Rail Call, November 2-11, will
.1D_ ._ .....' / .conditions severe criticised ,Osceola Fripp, arriving Wednesday and leaving -'Washington i return' to ]national headquarters in )
.. tf\ I county for the road bed between St. Thursday afternoon for Haines via south, stopping I
_ Cloud and Kissimmee. He said it City, where she was scheduled. to-. address New Orleans, and Birmingham N..Atlanta,
was almost a second Loughman-Kls- 'the clubs I Nashville Charlotte, C.
simmer mud,hole H. reported the Thursday afternoon at 8 o'clock The three latter cities.-are the only
TILLER.seal ones in the southern division of the
road between St. Cloud and Melbourne the ladies of Klssimm-e were invitedto
aa being :fair, saying that the meet Mrs. Hendley, and a repres,Red Cross 'at which he will speak,
: state 'Agency: county was grading?' and:*hardeurfac.: entaU..udMnc.embJ at the and accordingly.steps are ,now_being,
ing It.ti ; > ., Hart Memorial building at that hour. taken to bring fr nI 'sister cities
aN.aeaNNN.aa..NN.NNNNY "The route ovalthe ,prairie lands ,Mrs.'Fripp' introduced the honor and neighboring, Jbommnnlties' all
I 'IR..It7'b' uahiud solo between,Deer' Park ,and'',Jlelbourne, guest with a few fitting words, sayIng the men and wom |n interested! f '
make this route one of'the most ..picturesque in that in the audience were Red Cross workvwho otherwise 'will
House rented. ... ,,:.. part .
-- > ". not have the opportunity to met their
In''the world, Mid, the representatives of the Mothers-
: ; ; Judge, It .is ont of the most import Teachers' Club, >of the v Kissimmee leader.. ,
: , . Dr. Farrand will arrive in Atlantaat
ant roads' In the state, as :far aa we Woman's Clubs, both federated clubs ,
Life and Accideal : I are concerned. It means more to this and of: other organizations in 12.60 o'clock on the. morning of -.
.,, Fire; lasurance. city mow than any other. Although the cl.....many October 11: leaving the next night'at I" ,,I F '. 1sv

: it is impossible to,have the county or Mrs.: Hendley proved'16'bev.ry A 8:80o'clock for Nashville which he .
+ Indemnity Bond city spend money on its improvement pleasing speaker and it was with regret reaches at 6:85 rfclock the following! -
t should lend assistance morning. He 'leave. NashvdU.'thatnight
,we every that the listeners heard her
............ ..... ......... ,financially ere citizens, to, ,put the bring her message to a close. ..' at 10 o'clock going back has the welfare of South' Florida at '
l road in good passable shape. tOP the Mrs.. backwardlook ;through Atlanta to Charlotte wherehe I heart can afford not to be a constantreader ,
ORDER, OF EASTERN STAR.Kl..Irrei ..'/ i two roads now under consideration; recalling Hcndley the gave. action a of most will .arrive on the night. of October . of the Tribune. It is Florida'sgreat IJOR'SALE.,
.. ;, t I, the 'Jftdtan, River City 'rout- and ,the :clubs'In laying aside all other activities I 14, speaking there,. On the fif: . : metropolitan paper, carrying ,
teenth. the full night and day report of the
St. Cloud-Melbourne route, I would war1 work and ,
,to -the .
,Chapter Mot I X.'M ,I say If it.was impossible 'get'.both, spoke of the push. splendidrecord that had J -Dr. Farand will be accompanied by Associated Press, with intelligent correspondents Lot,. No. 15'.Woodalfs.Subdivision'
,.t -lndand4th-'Thur d jrs'::10, would by f.r.ratberhav.the14e1-, beenmade.She-.said, that-another prlo Thomas E. Green head- of the in every nook and cornerin Of, hot No. Kjot'JOMijT! 'L."eV I
Fraternity Bail; Broadway.Miss .- '-! bourn. road because it'means more duty lay in the club woman's path national'hdokers'"bureau "of"To IU" ,banialow'thereon'erect-
.- with
./ ,M anon Bara-ent. W. M.. to,this city from'a business, stand- now that was declared that of American Red Cross. Both of them Non has, the most complete comle Co.,: .. .
Kiss Elisabeth: DODe allo Bey, point. -- .'/ "? .. helping,solve peace the problems that, were will make. addresses .Dr., Ferrand and magazine:section'printed In ,the ed, at;a::'sacrifice., '.?
Judge Cheney commended the "peo-. confronting the nation"today. probably in the morning and Dr. State, and the subscription rates are ; '

'J ''Iks. + tstabs tat Dees. lid Mid ttsMaai. ple at Melbourne for their enterprise. She spoke'duty along the Green in. the evening. .. only $8.00pe r annum; $4.00 .for.six. A. HENRY ::
......01 It.ttMto fed tenUve effect.LAx*. He'said they were "' done: a. great line of civic11 improvement of baby PAPER. months and $2.00 for : J.: .
sivn BaOMO QDIHINB._tit......ordlmur work; at the river on bridging it, thattffls FLORIDA. FAVORITE : ? for,sample! ..copy and"ssubscrlbe 'II .
+' .....h........aoa... _..d e.eae bn tit.-.U" 11'-..,. wou1il'1)j1n) a, beautiful beach to r-Cold Cause Odp cud lanaeewsTt.AXAIIVE The',Tampa 'Morning Tribune, is. today.. : 8S-tfc. ] ,$Wlthenpoon:Bldg.PHILADELPHIA. "
,,10:for the _l.i.._ oil B. W. oaOVB. 3e.r Interior Florida," and be honed the :11IIOIIO QuildlRlebkes ...eslbe everlastingly fighting' for the, inter- 'A'want ad. .fnth.: .Valley,Gasetteiwill PA..
people of: ,this section, would ,assist area Th.o to emir eae -"SMae aristae.. .ests.of the people and the development *. ,- .
; r t' Tb.'winter.r..ldenu.. are ceming.a. .' the people-. Melbourne to,the -limit.,It ; R N.t8E0vgb -....eo be. _." ( of this section. and no one;who' rent your spare roOlUo' ,' itT

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\ "' = I THE K1SSIMMEE, VALLEY GAZE; ,' FRIDAY,, OCTOBER 17, 1.1., .. ' .

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r' RISStftMEE VALLEY GAZETTE SOME LAWBREAKERS AT, LARGE ference elected it*'' officer a* follows any basis except that of the primitive If the politician of Florida could not a reference .was' made to' any of-
Editor' Valley Gazette: I : Tom Gedgft., of Orlando president New Testament as establishedby have been at the Orlando meeting' of them except to declare that 'the.-can"l "I
Too many people, though respectIng ; Harold Tilde'1.. Of Winter Garden Christ and his apostles. 'the South Florida Press Association didate who gets any publicity across'
M .......... '
mr F.ldar the law of first vice-president Reginald .That 'union is- for ''-It_ .
the such is to
Lai 1UaeI_ v.... G..t1. state themselves desirable they would have, realized they are this time is going pay
Vpe.r second
KlealsaaB*. R/.rld.. look lightly upon the evasion and MeKaJ'L of Ocala vice-presi. proven by the fact that almost .without not in the minds of the editor.; for Tampa _Tribune.NOSUCAR.. "
open violation of the statutory laws dent Frank Massey, of Dade City, exception every great religious ---- -- ,- -- -. ..- .. - -ei' ;-" .
w. B.' H...... ....! third; I
.C by other. j vice-president; Curtis Warren, convocation spends much time in an
.r4e_-'- u.-\rnmm.. .Aa. _.. _... S-.F7.. M*. 11 destitute circumstances and be almost turned over the duty of presiding to The Christian Church is a separate '
. aaberf ...* Ra.ei compelled to ,steal; a man may 'the various vice presidents at times body. and has an existence: of only '
one copy On. .._, __...
li ,.One Copy. Six Month Tear. ..____,.. ....IJ.KO 1.00 be a slave to his appetite for alcoholic during the.conferenee.' A committeeon eighty-eight' years. It's growth' has :M
,,4 kOne Copy. Three Months.__-.... .to. liquor and with weakened will resolution- was also selected by been phenominal. It supports about .
violate the I.w'or; another may bei I the boys and its report was submitted two thousand missionaries, has about : .
...authorised An communications correspondents except must from our b. incited by ,his ,cupidity and greed to ,,, at" the farewell meeting last forty church papers and magazines.It Yon have all read the end adages, "At pride ,oeUi before dsstmctie

P larned by the writer. engage in the illegal manufacture of night. This committee enry maintains, colleges, hospitals dispensaries -1 I .. does a aanrhty spirit before a faD. Thai is die I way with oar
t Rejected matter will not b. returned intoxicating drink; a man living in',McLaughlin, Sanford; Tom'' Caldwell, and. orphanages in foreign .
emle** called for.Inte".4 the backwoods 'm.y"f..1 the' need of I I I Lake Wales; Norman Newsome, fields a.' wlj-aat home.. : prices. High Prices are takinf a.laD zed Lower Priceaietakigplace.* .

,, ( : In the Postoffloe at Klslm- fresh meat and kill a wild animal IC..C.aDailey I|', ; Jackswonvillei; r .. .. _! : __j j:
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Florida. a. secpaM-class ?.matter.) out of season or a yearling calf \
bearing 'the mark' and brand of McCulleugh.' Palatka; and Richard
'k FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, ,1>19" .' '' other persons; but a man'or Sias Orlando. II These Prices Are For Cash Strictly .
living- In the midst of plenty, .n.1 The opening meeting Friday night FROM STATEPAPERS'The .
k October hat been- just 'one lovely. out a want, without craving was presided over by Hon; W. L Til- ---- -.- 7
A day ,after, another. tite and not for the sake of gain but ,,den, county solicitor of Orange coun- ,
f I, because lie want to get something ty.,, Addresse of welcome gale made Klssimmee.Valley: Gazette Peaches, heavy syrup, ,?4o. 1 .29 Macaroni, 8 packages ...... .,.26,

Now i* ,the ,psychological tim to which belongs as much to his neighbor 'by Mayor James L. Giles and How- says "Halloween: is due to reach here Peaches, heavy syrup, No. "2 .89 Spaghetti 8 package ..... .25; -

q tart a building boom. as to habitually himself and wantonly,]:are'Walker Cood of, responded to by "Pat" the last of this month." But' it will Apricots No, 2 __________ .24 Lard per pound ..._J.: ..... .80" "i / 1
. knowingly, and stealthilyviolate Leesburg. Mr. Fred B. be an hour' late this year.TampaTribune
; ; 14 lbs __ .65 ,
Potatoes '
'' ( the game laws of the state Freeman, of New York, made the address Irish White Bacon, per, podnd.82: :
:are the least excusable. of the evening in a most 'Interesting seeThe Picnic Ham, lb _..________> .80 .MA-,,
eonter 6 bars Octagon Soap....... :ICO
There are men in this city business ., and inspirational manner. The county demonstration Alliance Coffee; 'ib, can..,: .35

t tonal pastime. for. this season. ,men depending upon the patronage -'theme of the conference. was, "The for Osoeola county a young woman agent Armour Coffee, lb can..._. .40 6 bars P.. A G. Soap...... .50
of 'the for theirsuccess (Quest of the Best, and this was the
; general public J topic.. on which Mr. Freeman is going to "can eleven beeves as a White 'Boue Coffee, lb can. .54 6 bars Naptba Soap.:...__. JSO
and of
,rt'' a. liberal accumulation spoke. .
iF %. Jult; two more week of the Day- wealth. Yet these men have privately {Saturday morning, Richard Sias. of demonstration.' of Osceola .After under Senate Coffee lb can...... .54 11 bars Export Soap...... .SO I

.EJght .Saving Law when the clock! boasted that they have violated Orlando read a paper on, The pie the fairly ought to Hndnut Meal S Ibs_______. ..25Hudntttf 11 pkgs. Grandma's Washing .

.'will resume' their .normal" appearance the 'game law every month in the I..Quest of the Best in the Community"and bune.process 1N11-TaDlpa..Tri"j' Grit, fi Ibs__.__ .25 Powderi..i.; ; ... .60

..gain. ,I|(when year. rand it suits continue their to convenience do so not only on I spoke Norman on "The Newsome Quest of, the of Tampa Best in tn'' 2 cans Pork 4 Bean.,N .2__ 26g 11 pkgs. Light' House ___... .sO'

I the The Kissimmee Valley Gazette, cant French Mustard----- 24-lbs Pillsbury Flour _____ 1.85 .
Several >new business house op- (I week days but stealing from town in Gang. "The Best for Christ"was chiding" Kansas for*
the mist of each the subject of an address of Rev. appropriating 2 hot. 12-Ts Flour ____ .95 -
ienei: last week Nearly Sunday morning last $25,000 for the health ( Bullhead Catsup____ .25 Pillsbury .
whlclbJ'.the year o
up wayt
Indisputable evidence of civil get out in the wilds and hunt [.C. W. Duke,the of Tampa. Mass games hog, and only $7,500 for its babies, S can No .2' String Beans. 25 Honey Boy S. Rising, 24-lb 1.80 .p.
'and kill all day under tbe were given boys Saturday after-
r returning has overlooked the fact that the Kansas 8 package Gold ______ Clair
'growth and.development. cover of darkness. .inoon a* samples of what could be Dust .2( Lady S. Rising, 24.Ta.1.70
I I The law have made all game the I done in their own communities. These hog brings durned'near a dollar 2 pounds Navy Bean's______ .25 Snap Shot, Self Rising1.70": '
ja dressed breakfast
The 'bow**' shortage it becoming property of all the people, and have ,were conducted by E. J. Milehsm ;while pound the baby costs a* several dollar bacon, 1 pound Cowpeas ....______ .09 Gold Medal Pan Cake Flour .10 .
.acute ,in Kissimmee and unless re- forbidden the hunting' or killing ofanJ' county M. Met'etary.for'Orange County. a pound undressed.-Tampa ''Tribune. Kerosene1 Oil gallon ._____. 20 Oats, 100 lbs ___._.__.-._. 8.80 .
bird animal between., C. A. The decision meeting
:, Tdsoon people most actually report the first game day of March or and the 20th 'yesterday JY. afternoon was addressed Oat Meal, package ..______ .12 Shorts, 100 roe ___.__.-___ 3.80

; _, ,to the tent city plan. of November in any year. It. also. forbids the hunting on Sunday or : "March of the Conqueror." All '
The Allied American and Canadian with light at any season the object 'churches of the city joined in the' [ CUT PRICE CASH GROCERYPhone
.Flying' Circus is considering locating i I. to preserve tbe game for all now farewell services at the Presbyterian !
h and equally for those coming after. I((church last night Mr. Frank Ritchie -
f permanent headquarters in this state'at '* These men not only steal from'> international secretary Y. M. C. FOR State SALE Baok-7 sham of Klsslmmee.. of stock of Offer the 141 422 Broadway

Kisiimmee.-Sarasota Times. their citizens but rob their own offspring i|IA., of New York gave the farewell for the above will b. received by
and set an evil example of address on' "The Challenge of Lead the Chelten Trust Company, Phila QUICK SMALL
: ; Once more the Confederate Veterans unpunished law-breaking to their ership." The address was impressive delphia.
? have. assembled in annual conference soul and the sons of their neighbors. and pave the boys many inspiring a
There is nothing of the thoughts to home. '
sportsmanabout carry:
; and while the ranks are thinning ROOM AND BOARD wanted In KIsalmmee -
it, it-is Just a wilful disregardof : Representatives from Tampa, Bar- .
or vicinity for three four
each, ,year they are still strong in the-laws of the state and the res tow Ocala and Sanford invited. the month by middle aged gentleman.or
F their convictions and are ready tostand pect' of the decent people of the 1926 conference to meet in their cit- State acommodatlons and terms, I
for their ies. The selection will be made later. which must be reasonable. Address '
1 community. They depend
by what they conceive to be Oeo. W. Schuster. R. D. 1, Mllllnc- ( I
i' Tight, immunity upon the finer feeling ton. N. J. 44-lt-pd.
among' better men not to speak open- BAPTIST CHURCH.
about dime that does touch FARMERS-Send today for a free. i
\ A year the(fu epidemic was ly them a not Services at the Baptist church on sample copy of the Florida Farmer tKO
personally. This encourages Sunday morning and evening will be and Stockman! published. at Jack-
raging all over' and everywbere these game hogs to continue their aonvllle. Tell about livestock. rale-
conducted by ReV. J. T. J.nner, who
Ing. dalrylnc. poultry citrus fruit
churches and all law-breaking and depending upon I
. schools, 'has been preaching such excellent and trucking weekly, at 11.00 per %
!public meetings! were abandoned. past escapes, go on without any oth- sermons at this church for several. year-three year' for 11.00. Onlylivestock
er incentive than that selfish one of '.weeks. and general farming paperIn
t I While the?disease cannot. be said to'getting something that belongs equally the atate. Write today. '
be a thing of .tbe.past still where it
to all, before the law abiding INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION WANTED--Woman for general housework '
' 'hai reappeared! 'It'.eemi well in'.'check citizen can exercise his rights in accordance p. Wa ges 16
with law. In the of (Contributed.) a a.A'PlytOto" Mr LmMII PledBer. -
fend 'in|event, it *hould -reoccur as it eyes 44-tf. )'
. did last winter;: H':will l bit in' a'':much these poachers and night raiders Last Sunday morning at the Christian -
anything i I. all right if .you do .not church C. E. in POSITION WANTED-A* Aiat. Ennrr.: ,
; fighter:.form i I. the encouraging information get caught.An Supt. YowelV or Tranaltman on general surveys,
J, be behalf of the .church and Sunday or construction. Ten years experience .
given out bjr the state au honest man would afraid to on Ry.. highway 'Irrglatlon,
thorities. sleep IQ the ..m. room with one of school presented to the pastor and canal, drainage, general survey A
4. them without hiding his watch and his wife a special purse to defray mining C. H. Millard 127 MechanicSt. ..J "
.. Clarksburc, W Va 44-lt-pd; ,
under and then I
A SAFE PLATER. purse hispillow their expenses to the International ." d.
with' for safe --
sleeping one eye open WANTED-Whit* cook and housekeeper -
. ,Representative Sears of this diestriet ty. OLEMAN SANSPUR. Convention of the church which Apply Valley Qaiette. 1t-lf
Was invited to attend the good meets at Cincinnati Ohio Oct. 18- SAM'S MAILS are safe and sure and our splendid
20. The pastor and wife both expressed FOR SALE:-I have the sale of the UNCLE
road conference which met in Savannah MEDICAL MISSIONS STUDIED special gratftute' for this Ross Grave property on the cornerof 'for giving prompt attention to mailed deposits are k

a few day ago but a* hisdntI., ,,$ BT METHODIST LADIES splendid token of appreciation. They Lot Emmett 1ST feet.street on' Emmett and Clyd street avenue.and

Jn Washington;prevented him from left for Cincinnati last Fridays 1S> on Clyde avenue Price for the result of a careful studied effort to satisfactorily serve a large
The ladies of the Methodist Missionary whole IMOO.OO. Or will sell thecorner
'attendl,, telegraphed his endorser' : This convention will ,represen"about .
& be> with S room residence, water,
ment -of the movement'' and Ida 're- society met at th.'bome of ,)(fI. C million and a half member', ewer, and electricity for $1,000.00. and constantly, growing list of out-of-town .depositors.. .. "
J. L. Overstreet Wednesday..afternoonat in this country and hundreds of .Home 1 Insured for 11.500.00. Would; > -
gret at not being able to attend 6 o'clock for the regular literary 'thousands of members in Europe cost I1S.OOO.OO to rebuild Inquireof

resident Edwardst l of the ,board of''meeting which was lead' by Mr.*. C. Asia, and the islands': of the sea. Florida O. F, 'Krlbbs. ,, Box ''1, Klssimmee" 44-tf., 'WHEN YOU CAN T COME'' TO;,TOWlS( /::, I II '
trade,of that read. the telegramand E. Hilton. I Few who are riot special students

i' said' of Seam The topic MisslonHwa for' the afternoon developedby, "ChinaMedial a finally of church terminated history'know' in., the that Christian what ha DWKLUNOS Tiller. for rent. Apply ,to M. I ' : 1''f1 i:i.:." USE/ THE'MAiL'S' &!%> 89ft' '; \ ""
He' i II'on.. of..the moat active and'series of talk and readings hy the church'' bad its beginning in Europe FOR RENT-Two room, apartment .'

'alert representatives congress, 'and' ladiespresent. about four hundfed 'years ago. The with bath and screened porch, 41* .
If trill
tire fine gladly
a* a will tell-
yoa we
Mrs. Jr BronlOa a comprehensive per month; three room apartment. yes
first advocate Zwingli the
r hal been able to show bit good work wa great |>4: four room apartment ill. Single
and hi*,Wortb- by'actually getting're- talk on "The Task in .Medical Swiss reformer, who was chaplain 4f room, IS per month. This price .
about it and.
i ;w Missions", which was followed by. a a regiment was unfortunately killed Include water and light House ere iaddentaDv a few ..goodreasons
.; .nits for;bl. district and his people. reading by. Mrs '. L. H. Ingram on"What in 1(31. !Later' the tarn line of pleasant close In. modern' Mrs.. E. .. .
', He, i I. a great' booster for,highway development. the Council, Has Done in China thought came up in Great Britain. E. Wells lie Mabbette. St.. It-tf. why yon should. as* this Dank. .1' rPd;

t .- ,Personally; I.m ivory : in the Field of Medical Missions". From Edinburgh, Scotland the idea FOR BALB-Eighty aeree; 11 acres
Mrs., Winn told'of .."The Proposed in America. The cleared and fence t In '
: cannot be with d..I" was transplanted pnder : acres _., u.a .
: bearing 41,000 worthof
x Union Medical College-in-Shanghai", first specific: American effort was in orange grove;
know his. Florida ,friends 'as well as cypress timber on tract: fou>--
,. and Mrs J. W. Fripp gave an interesting 1809. ,when twenty-two ministers of
and kitchen. Also 10
roam hooe
bli 'many Savannah ;frlends, feel a''! talk,in harmony with the subject different,denominations met In Pennsylvania head of cattle) and a rood: bunch ofrange "

.keen disappointment that. he. I. notWe'to \ relating personae ''experiencesin and adopted the famous bog loose on the range.Farming STATE BANK OF
tool and Implement Located
t be here." /I IMr. Ii welfare work. '' "Declaration and Address" Which near Kenansvllle. M .
At the close of the program Mr*. proclaims the purpose torestore in half terms; to oJt. B.H. .
.' Edward ,himself) was .,repre-,',:Overstreet",. assisted. ,by Mrs.-' McCra- name doctrine ordinance and life 1 ouh'.balance. *. Fla. $$-tf i.'
;! ':tentative in leonere..from the Savannah :nle served. cooling fruit' '.punch with the simple New Testament church* :

.. district ,,for ten! year ''retlrrr -.wafersM; .- Christ and, the apostle gave it, to FOR at 'attractive BALK-Second-hand prices. Osceola Ford Motor ears KISSIMMEE

"Ing 1 from Affic>olU 1ta.u -..two year I' fI .. .the 'world' Co*'-17 Broadway.

ap He served for a 'part of his'.OLDER ,BOTS SECOND All students know' that the church .,__,' rI I

'Y term with Mr.: sill, and knew him I I "ANNUAL CONFERENCE wa"Dark badly"corrupted It natural during therefore the- FOR 8ALE.-JofT. room... IX cottage: C. Mr-. 511 RESOURCES v750.000.00 Capital 100000.00 "
Ages. was
: r wen)]; and what he said about him,,was I I .Orlando-OcR:-:lo>::One hundred; and that the oply I source 4f authority .ton_ .U N. Walnut' Street. Akron U.Jt.p4.r O.. .,-10 ; s

:.' "I' true. Just: the same thing 'might'sixty interested and enthusiast!?boys in this appeal and in the government It''> .

d) 'properly-bay. been said 'of Mr.. J5d JwtrdL |left for their home last night after 'of th. church should be the MOTICK, h.:. Officers and Directors I .,, ,.. ; "

'I He was..:tl..' and alert and pending two day in attendance at I Bible. The Christian the authority church refuse, Sealed bids.-will be ;;received by' the: C. A.CARSON, President M.KATZ and E. it L.EYT' -P. '
the Annual Older CoD' to< recognize any :
:wt*' able to show. his good work by ferenee held under the auspices of !'creed cIladplhM confession of faith Board ceola County of County Florida Cominlsloner, up to 10 ef a. 0.-m ... .J. D., JEFFORDS Cashier' s .

? actually getting ..results for his eon- ,the Florida 'State Young Men's Chris !or'any'' test of' of'faith'which i* of human November the< SreV A. D. IMS, on furniture N. B. CARSON '
jrtitutenta.Mr. ,U.n -AaociaUOD. This c was the aec- origin:" Not because they 'do not .) for the new vault as per blue,. M. KATZ . .. ..
print file In the Of floe of the '
Sear has 'served: In congress ond section d''this year**, meeting :have more er less truth, but because of the Circuit' Court Klsslmmee. Clerk Flor- r C. CARSON, IL.:FLEMINO
1 g, (which i* ,being held in three division ,they are unnecessary and the use of da.- '". '' N C. -' LESLEY. ,
'very and '
during ,a turbulent period .
in'',order to reach boy in all part such standards of faith and I practice Th Board reserve the right to react "'
a, 'ld during! .'period of,almost continuous <,,of the state. The first section convened ha resulted' in bitter: strife and the '! any and-e I.all Lk bid OVER8TRKBT. . 'J., WADE TUCKER Direeton.. .

....Iou. .He II iot'a'man who 'would; in Tallahassee last '...k..nd division of the Church'of Christ .into Clerk'Of the Board of County Commissions .....,l.'r. w "\I
,r attract'very much attention-front the land the third section will ,open in hundred v>of denominations. .. **, of Osceola" Cou.ntjFlorida.- -

':,: grand stand and would': attract IUD W rt Palm Beach''next. Friday DiehL Of course such ,principles, 'of religion . .
I. thrive in En- .
could not
; The second section opened here readily / --r .. .
i lssi from.the bleachers:, He give*,his Friday afternoon"with the, organisa reps with "State Churches,". where . ... . ..
//1\ attention to'jthe game aDd fa''one oft tion 'meeting;' at which time officer molt,of the sovereign were dominated .. < .1

-t t: .itl,_ safestand.'most% ,,reliable player were ejected., It i* the custom. in by higher. ecclesiastics'who weresupportedby *. : <\. i\-y.' ;''' ..
Mr, i of thought;of tbe.-eonf.rence.'for'the- boy th-publicJtreasuryr -' 7H. - -
a man
,1g :
',' selves to be In charge *o'at the It i* the belief of, the Christian ,
force and he is;;,.gardedin congress beginning nominating them-I church that no union of the Churchof . .

very, highly... If-congress. were com of boy made its report and Christ CaD, pOalb\7\ be >effected on MONEYSAVED' 4i

po.edin,its entirety of' men like him '. . ,,' ,. .. v .. . .
II;'! :Gul'.leel.latioa ''would .be very' much . t .'

improved and It',would be' enact d' .* ,

''u would be'compatible 6elapIi''i Orders PiWdy Attar t Open Day aidNif \ . .' ,
expedltioosty. a : : > ',' ..I.i ., 'I'+ ,
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a. withr : Reverting -Arlo Hqua A '. \ ... .
t 'te the national IHnstrstion ,; ,r "j .
game a* an y '
eta there' are 'other"'dl.trict. that ..i-. '1;,. ,a* .. .'f; IS', '4' . :,:I

1 .h... more ''conspicuous player'than:' I '
the one who ,reprea ta,,tb,, ''Fourth .14J '

'*"> 'J- Florida. district but we 'are'"not, sure :EISELSTEIN ; J
that, there,)* 'one who make more MONEY ,

safe hit* f or the team_Time* Union. i* / ... .. q

I. : ;: ;Funeral: Dircciors=:QJ.En\b'almers; \ ' 1';_ 'f

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\ol' :ST. CLOUD FLORIDA ..;.. ,
Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck was hoate** .
f'' la t Wednesday afternoon : to the : ; 'Before
t' liter class of the Meth. ; "', See Stanford .Yo.uBuy.

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Office and Resldeace I Pkoae : Lady AssUtamt ( '
.. bTwisaarV'Quite k a.number of las.Martlid -' : .; t r _

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'" THE KISSiMMEE. ':VALLEY GAZETTE,' FRIDAY.. OCTOBER,.17.:itlfT:: .. ,. .. .. )

,. ,
'I Judge and 'Mn: .G. 1"". Parker,', *' ,- .
'I' ; "" ,
lOkeechobee, visited relative and Casino Theatre ,... I" ..,, .... . .' ., ,"" I >1',, l'' )
I I ITEMS OF Ar, WEEK]I friend here 'a few, day this week. I\ < ; '

I of October 20th ,' .
For that cough: nothing better i Week /oj ,I ." .. .
: .
''t .
\ than, Nyal's Laxative Expectorant. Matinee I p. TO. Saturdays' ' .. '.II"jI. 1,' '<,' I......: ... ..
; '
Rit ,
U colon at Central' : .
-. Drug sale by Central Drag Stove... :1I.IQ.0: .. .
Store." I I Mrs. C.:" F-f 'Thomason if pending MONDArAlice : I ", "';:L" . , } : ./ ,,:. .,.. I. ,
'Mils oCeeella'Oventreet fa 'owe time in Tampa and St. Peters- .. .
.i entertaining Bradr'1RLn ': ,(', I .J '
berg whet'.'she of "' TO LIVE IN." "- *, <;! : J ',,"111"
the Epworth League: 'and a -- Js, the guest Select 'i>\ ? >_ .:,. ..'
few friend at her home this evening i friend' -1 8.eon" ICplsode of .": ,' ,:' Ii" jo,; \
'Goodrich Rubber'Goods, The Guaranteed Hear' L.zuri sing "0 'Dry Thosa "THH PERILS Of THUNDER-!: ", tIt 'H- \
.. MOUNTAIN," V ., 'f .. ,"
Line. .New stock just received Tears" ,on MTbe Phonograph >with a A : { "-
Central '' Soul. ".t Central Drug Store. 'She's TUESDAY - I" ,.
at -Store. "
Drug Pauline Fr.d..rlck In 7 .
'> wonderful.:. "A _Trtffi A UTIi" I " ','" 'if' ,
For Rent.- -Light bOUHbeplDe'Toom. .1 I PAUOHTEB. .* OF 'j. :.,
.complete.. Central JocationlTelephone ) Dr. W. B..Wlthenpoon, left the '- Paramount ( .. "' : '...
142, Mr*. W. H. ,Farmer. early part of the week to'attend'thePrss *K.4 7 stone
,..-tt. ry..t Winter,,Haven,. .intending .. Corrlii. Griffith In .. I \ :
Miea Glady] \' Casltr returned to return today. 'THE BBAMBLB BUBH." ; >
> hone .
: '. Vltas-raph. :
the week end 'PermanentWaving n come ielr'In -To Add to Lazzariis
Monday spending Mutt A !! -.f. i
a* the 'guest! .,,'of ,Mr.. and ]II,.. ,Clarence . 'without.'washin&,. Mrs McCoy'iJBeauty SWITZERLAND." I I ITHVIUDAT :
Lawry. Parlor Yowell-Duckworth. '
? }ndC./phoas 608,'Orlando,Fla 44-4t Olive Thomas. In I : ;'
Dick Rogero, the young son of Mrs., 'TOTON.1"' '.' ; '
Nellie"Rogero, was.taken to the hospital :) W. W. Ivey has' purchased the residence ..- Trla .I.. : ; to spoil her t i
In Orlando this week for a ,i property 'Joseph JSlswlclc.just Harold Lord Comedy.
north of the baseball and "HELEAD... .OTHER$ FOLLLOW. .
light,. operation,. 'i i/ park .
Lend prestage. to your home by moved his family into"- *'that' place' thl.W.eIe. Gab. .!. -Dc..l.y ''In miDAT' ".... '. ,"'" ,. ,", I .' .........'.. .
:\.:being the owner, of'a New ,Edison; ; "INFATUATION.. Piths> '- "; '- "Do"yo: want to hear. t.Dxzarl.of; the : :: : ;
S.le-80 of'land 'two ,
F"The Phonograph with a Soul.." Central For acres Qavraont 'W..kly News Re L -1'1'.. ."'f..N
Drug Store, Agents. miles from Ry. station.; 'good land Ham. and Budd Comedy ". i' : ', ,' '. Metropolitan OperaCompany'New,, -! 'V' A

Miss Ines Canon hat returned unimproved;. cheap; easy terms." Nel-l' t tI I r "i"TANK I., SATIIRDAT'Char TOWN, TROOP.. I'', York-r-Jthe: greatest 'contralto' of thedecade .." ,' -' *,;* .
on Realty .Company.. .t: : ; .
from an extended visit with Mr. -and Ray In I ,'. .. .... '. ,,' ,
and Mr I One of our firm lust .returned from 'B IANS! ." . .
W. S. Potter, at their summer STRING ? 1. ,,, . '>.4>\:,
extended trip North. We have,, "" S,' Artcraft. .
home on lake. Michigan.I 0\4' '1 .' ; I" "'" '. ''. 'I/" .1

V : have a few pieces' of good furniture good Come/I :clientage let u* list for your food for good property sere.I I IROWDTANN.Christie Comedy., :-S."'' "''\'i s..-, t. -. .' ". .. Then -what. do you, care about, the", 'I i'" ;',*';-;; "' $) .
at the for .
Presbyterian manse .-' Nelson Realty' Company.. > Comm g OcC: tlmt. the ramous fi want ,', I ,.
( >'
ale at reasonable price*;:-W. B.<1 i 7r1dar.ty . lone' :'phouogrophrO&f., f : 11" '
'Mrs. +
UcCorauendale, wife of $.e- Featur. . :
WHherspoon. 44itpd.Mr'and. tlon Master McCorquendale, was op Special THE WOMAN THOU'6AVEnT MB.1 .. : tho'to"u of Lozz rl. :<> ,-1; > *;K'I&., ..r")L.,,,
.. f
: Mrs. J. H. Llndsey, who upon for appendicitis at Tarn . ;, ,. ,-., .s-.. '11I'1; I .,.61< ,pre
old their home on Mabbette' street last week and ,at last ; v ''' r:;.w If
reports, (
some. time Yo and moved to Palatka, .. rapidly recovering.. _.. BARN ',FIRE CALLS r 'Wli' you care. about. .. tone-regu-. ; '1 ,. .. .""f I I_
have returned and bought back the OUT FIRE,, DEPARTMENTA : lating devices? You 'want tho'DrID' : ,,-, f. A
property., I| Judge Gober, who la Grand Chancellor -I .'

For Safe.-Ferris, strain of whiteleghorn up for from the Knights Lakeland of Wednesday Pythias;, barn fire :t the' residence of J.I t. : from Sampson and .Delilah' Just. . as. \ y."', '
.'. hatching eggit also dav old] W. Miller on Main street called ;
be present at the district meeting Lazzari it. "
; sings
chlx: after October 15th. A.E. Thomas of. the K. P. the Kfuimmee fire' department M"6n-' .
{ as, Telephone. ,215-91 ring, Kissim- did I l '" 'o'\'l )
day.j The boys creditable t'
., Fla. 40-tf. I 'Labor and building. material is worir, considering, the some,proximityvof l and that is what you 'get 'when'youhear : ', Of, r, ,. y;lrr: '' :
' HIGH. Come let us show you a 6- ,' .Karl
the barn ,4 "
Miss' Albina the to the house In 'extlnruishlOf If"
Smith, county Vfae
well located much lessthan.'eoaCof ,
cottage, ,
the blaze before it "t'! I"
" ; gent for home extension worV spread forth
production, without'the'lot. '. ,1'tA
e J bay A
went out to the country home of W. Nelson '
2 E. Smith today to direct! the canning, Realty Company. > It is reported that Mr. Miller's . . : r .: .W
' of a cow Mrs. F. C:Bryan: and eon, Nathan horse was injured, but that was an NEW EDISON t ': 'I'i ,
:. '' Bryan Misses: Cleo Wooldridge and error slid his loss included only 1.,'. .! : ,
who i operating .
Henry Llghtsey: westfall and Bradley Harris '1\

,* the Sebastian Stark Bros packing, house of the at a pleasant party motoring to farming about three tools.tons of hay and. some "Th.'Phonograph with a .Sou,", .' ,. ';....,'" \/'!);",....!W'1\
early part / ;
City Saturday for the Kissim- -
I Mr. Miller said no one knew the '\ : \.ito' '
week home work
at returning to his "
t" Wednesday. ). City game. cause of the 'fire' but supposed it resulted More than ten thousand people. have >; .'* <"
Mrs. Lewis. wife of Col. from small there
O'Bryan. boys;>> playing
Several-'cottages .t 'bargain prices, O'Bryan, of the Governor' with matches.E. heard the public proof of this fact 1 .. ;'i. f *
not'an empty house .jn town .for rent. ., returned this week from Atlan I . 3 MKttJ&
Better gt a home while' getting is where she went as the officialchaperon'of ) A. NEIMEYER OPENS BAKERY M .,
good How large .a house do you the Florida Division at :.
want? }See Nelson Realty Co. Confederate Re-union, HERE. j ',*

Mr*. ;J. J. Woodall was taken to( Several' stock farms "'''I. Suddenly T' ; '
the hospital in Orlando today .for an' good E. A. Nelmeyer has opened a bak In these tests Lazzari Banff. ,.
can grow rich, raising cattle, and ery in the room adjoining the Story ( Edison the' w'
operation' 'for t appendicitis. Mrs. will be worth four times its Store in ceased to sing-and the New sang
the Stanford block, on East
' Woodall has many friends here who price in few Com, Broadway. Mr. -Neimeyer is well same song alone. There was no difference.It I ', (
hope for'her speedy Nelson .
I I'I' us show you. Realty;'known here and is one of Kissim- 4 '
\ Mr. L. H. Gedge Jr., cashier of thee m..'. property owner*. He wasin_ was only by watching Miss Lattari's lip '

Citizen Bank of Kissimmee visited i P. R. Hartnett arrived Sunday business here till some two years . that the audience was able to tell when she
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Fort Wayne, mad en route for;lago. when he moved to Palatka. dlr ceased .Intn .
Gedge.home Sr. In Orlando yesterday, at ., where he has teen; transfer I( Mr- Neimeyer has had the room '

their 111.. Hillae.t.-R.port. to a position in the post office ,[,occupied by the b.kervrenovat.d, ,f I i Jt '
er-Star, ,. He left Tuesday for hit I,and has put in a pleasing\ arranfre- i."
12); Acre bear ''station, 4 room home where he will be joined by' merit of: chow cases. He opened his .
house 8 acres under "cultivation several family as soon as he can. procure tore to the public Saturday :;,
; bearing orange tree, good land,. suitable house. : "I'r" '
''do( to large beautiful Mn. R. Green his SONS OF REST "- if.
interest; 'IIt, bbd E. and I ENJOY REST 1 '
fend'taiy.Nelson Free booklet to ,If; G. Maven Green of Bould ROOM. i '. ....-s Come into 'our ,* >?<' L *nd;bear the New Edison RECREATE ., .i ', ;"" .
;f parties. Realty Company. ,,Colo., who is spending the winter f Lazzatl.-'volee?$ Listen closely gee' if the ,. r.I
Fine truck farm on brick road to leave I I.uto "The I
; expect Saturday on an Son of Rest" U an organization
close to town; good house; very eastterms trip to Palm""Beach,' Miami,' Key counting a* its members the ,. RE-CREATION!= doesn't make you feel *I'' the, .. living ...., ; RI

one crop ,of potatoes should .. ., and posibly Havana, Cuba. bnslne smen of the citr.. as well aa I presence of the singer. ,II: '. ,'. .. # ',1
pay for the property; it Is owned by ,. -will be ,absent from home for a winter visitor who while way the a. .' r. 1 .fAr, '
t California party.* See' Nelson RealtvCompany. or ,ten days. ,hours here till another spring melts .; { .
__ A. D. Brown, field representative the tee and snow from,.their northern ,.,. i: CENTRAL DRUG STORE "I : :;. "
It Miss Albina: Smith i* arranging the Florida State Fair Associa homes .din. 'f" ..," :. '.'
' holt course -housekeepers at' in I I k occupied ''a' A -Is" ( .., .
} was Kissimmee last Friday, 'room on. Broadway 1" "" .., k
t ". Whittier this >week.-. She will be accompanied , local stockmen with' a last year but this season the .city Q' ...; f. ,.' I . : . -.. .' F. ,t tu ,'. '. ,
on the trip +Iby' Mils'MayMorse '' 'to, interesting them in' making council has rented a pleasant net ,- 'Pa ....,: : 1ii i A.i.... .
state dairy specialist, and at the State fair in Jackson room on Darlington avenue and . l'I l';' M1\\\'gt
V' Miss ''Ajmea Webster, district, agent .. Mr. Brown stated that plenty invited the Son Of Rest to hold 1. "
southeastern. Florida.' space Bad been provided for stock forth there." ." WARM WEATHER 3/.07p8' .' EverrUdr Whe' U,Anybody Adrerti Their ."Waab" li' Tk.Valley Gazette': "
-J:.& Cadel ''ha'retuTned from'a *, and that all livestock would i j j. Phil Welcher. of Rock Hill, II!:. l
trip; to Washington D C., where he the best of attention while at who wa. the leading In' the t .DOWN PACKING, HOUSESAn

>err ''pleasantly combine j ; business -fair.__ .'fun last season, has arrived for another I : '
witfLJflsure. And fia'ted. his former!\1 Mr. and Mrs. R.-A. Wiley arepending l winter in Kissimmee and is 'unusual condition exists i at the 1 Ai
home in Maryland* Mn..Cadel cameas '! two weeks vacation hue |calling an annual election of the order packing house here .which: > openedthe
as far Booth -as Asheville, N.'C., and ',their parents Mr. and Mrs.1', to" be h.ld'on the first Tuesday shaping season in common with .
'i will join II,:.,.Cadet here next week.; .' A.. Lancaster Mr. Wiley is relief,.after the -first Monday- in'' November. 'otheri cities of this section' several ,
.,' i w.ldn.nds. Gibbon of Kenanayille . of the Western Union Tele-1 I I I Mr Welcher say. the annual,due I weeks ahead of the ordinary schedule -
"' [ .myrtle order will be"fifty cents and are ,now that .the
has purchased>> the pretty bungalow Co..- working out of Jackson-1 land grow
t..,in West Kissimmee,* occupied by, E. while Mrs. Wiley is local man. the obligations And vows will I fruit./in place of '. sweeter
I I be -similar to the famous .article 21 each standstill It,not. actually
D. :-JCats and family and, to for the lame company at ..Clear- I .developing 1
move'' here .* -.oon' .* Mr. mats can i tel'. Mr.; and Mrs. Wile/ recently of last': ;year. more acid.: ,
l The rest room ha been 'furnIshed This' they is'due to the extreme ,,' 4lgjm
locate a home for his family. They to Florida from Texas,I say s '
plate was the property of J. L. Over- ."they have been-to' the employ with .several table ..and chain, and I warm, weather, ',for this-?October' is tll :.
tr the W.,U. T. Co. for; several year i* already enjoYed-b, the winter''resident .the .hottest. one'' in the pastthirtyyears ,
if"- f'Of who .came south early. ,- '&cordin to the weather report ,q'
A. flne nine pound son-was born to, "Pauline Frederick, who 1 Lr schedul I '
Mr. and ,Mrs. J. E. Kaelpmannon to AI pear' moving pictures at I In' some( -instances developing
: ICE CRE.Ut'StrPPERAND: ,a heat of 96 to 98 degree, which i*
Friday the third; Mr. JClelnmann, e next .Tuesday, is : ; .S-
nee ,MI.., JeisJe. Padgett," and Mr. l daughter of the late Col. Andrew \ DANCE AT EDCEWATER. the maximum for summer here. Ii. I .

Kleinmann!.,. Jr., are .t.'the :.hofne of :who practiced law' In Klsimmee .:""" '- : The' pa Jdnw' houses 'are handling '" ...... .
Mr*., D. .';'Fancee,5 on d Emmett St. for'sevpral.years' just''prior: An Ice'1 cream'' supper and dance Ho\ grapefruit. this week for the sugar -
The young man hat., been named John. his death. .Mis*.. Frederick ha was given byl L. V. .A11en..t the home shortage, combined withh other conditions
MHton..." . ''an enviable reputation in' the of' his parents, Mr.,and Mr, W.' A.Allen hal- deerea.ed th*' pre.ent'.de-
Mr. .. Cottennan' and .mall I ,' and her success': a* an 'at Edfeewater''I farm" .last Fri inaneS'for. this fruit. They are, how ..'
daughter- Elizabeth, arrived Monday, ..*;combined with the fact that,day night which- proved a delightful ever shipping the' .,arly variety of -
front* their eastern trip. when they' 0'many Kissimmeepeople knew her I octal diversion to the people 'of, that orange, ;' ',
.pent several weeks at Kokomo Ind. intimately, -wiU doubtless bring ection and .a number of their friend At the Exchange 'packing house, SOLD AT
MI'.II. Cotterman pending large;audience:Tuesday nignt.. from' other section '.f':1: ' Manager' < Piano stated that that ....

anQthep month In Wisconsin, but returned .* IMMMMV MMMMMMBMM. Hon.- Steve Acree.'ir1; authority.'for son, had dropped ,behind its ? usual TAYLOR'S CASH GROCERy' .
home on account' of'Eliia- ,STATE .ORGANIEZR VISITS the statement ah.t.' there were evera time 'by' three or'four weeks! on account .
beth' heaHh.A. > WOODMEN CIRCLE hundred and ,.fifty guests .present, ,.of the-.warm weather, and what ,. I :
; .'Q. Nelson returned this 'week ,. and that theN I, ,was plenty X>f ice.cream 1*,.needed now IB a few -cool''night lI. .
from an extended trip to Wichita, 'The Woodman- Circle,the anxilary and other good thingfs for all. to color] up the fruit and sweeten it.. :

Kansas, and other:point:west.' Mr. the W., O.-W.;'held a delightfully The;dancing began early in the even- The'\ house.i 'running ,,o. a slow Get I
lasted Your .Job 'Printing from
Ingand' 'till :the the
'wee .mahoun1fhen"an t
Kelson put-in ..aomegood -work,while meeting at the home of schedule this week, he said with ;
away talking of' and boosting this *. A., S.' Gilbert Thursday evening returned ,to 'theirseveral'homestired three Ticking crew in j the fletd anda :
aectlon; and says,he found the peoplein honor, of Mrs.. McDonald of,Jack. but happy. ,,foree 'of,,tweaty- ye In the house,

a receptive mood. They were anxious ,' state 'organiser area supreme TO:WINTER IN KISSIMMEE. ''V' They expect '>to ship. about seven r ..'

.... toalearnall, .they could .about' ......of. this order for, Flor -The .20th of the- month car of Parson Browne h".weekl\ ,
-* preaent\ A
Florid..4 .
: and many of them 'stated : the fruit coming from the Partln..nd
they were coming to the \ state. this Mn.. McDonald gave 'an-interesting : Mrs.' W. W. Baker' will go' toFlorida SimmonV 'grove* of the Partln
.", 'winter*' Mr. Nelson"believes we"re on'new phases;or*M '"Work.and: winter.,'. 'where; tbey_ will. epcnd:the Settlement 4he Lakewood grove at FALl SHOES
::1Ifo.'on the ere of the best season we. have .' evening was''eoncJuded''with re- A''portion of their house- ,Narcooasee and tbe .Overstreet, :

;;,,l: ever experienced.: .il : ,I "" hodJS1'ect.more* have will already follow'this been week.cent at Shingle.Creek., '. -, -:- ; ,

,, ... .. .. .. .. will .ship his car to the 1 Ion Speaking', ,Manager of'' the'Piano.';grapefruit said the itua-fruit '

i . .. , . -, ... ... .'. ,' -"- '. . unny -south, so as to be able to takein 'shipped thus tar,. had aired 96 and 80.Thiswaa"doe ,
; many of the pleasant aide trip the fact'of ; '

,.t" License. .' tax' Notice. which Kiasimmee' can be'enjoyed.i ms the village. : . I;recent dry and probablyto,hot weather."However .A 'large shipment of high 'top Shoe'' hat,Just ..r : "
fr. ,; < or city .
; the fruit this will ship wonderfully "
year ,
'. Notice is hereby given; that state and to ney.whichhe'He say and that his this wife i* one will of Jour.the .well. .owing' to" its firm;"condition. -I rived-at\ our' store ;for' your, approval, and ..otLera will i:
.' ,
,f, : county. license tax: oh occupations, "professions -. prettiest little ,'place in the south r The. '"crop; .\In this .Metton 1.*. .,above. .. "\be coming" in right"along'now.;: ". yGILBERT ,

,, And that the people are most congenial v ........ ,1 .
the ,
the Mr. Piano said and h. h
average i i i-, 1
i j'
etc. ore due
and at of
payable "
this making it' doubly pleasant for Exchange ,, house alone will \ I'
: packing
fice'oa'' October 1st. All firms or I one. who make, their home there in hip one hundred per cent more than' \ .-., ..We'are prepared. to 6t the feet/ "of the Whole; : f ami ...
persons' the wiater.- Mr. Baker says that *o it did lat .' I ,A '* '
i corporations 'liable for this tax who hake! ooken'to many people him in' thla .vicinity Kissimmee; have The Mach Brothera-Bronon j pack fly with..ju.( the.kied of"Shoes, you, "want'and at price*,, '"t, 'fil

,'not paid ?.the.. .same onor. : ':before, October.,. that he will be concerning glad to tell them allhe output, and.. has will also consign alowed, not down moreth&D.lx its ., ..that "are low' 'when'compared'' others' '- ,'''*-"', .;)

::25th.-wIUJ bereportedto''the Prosecuting know about the village. and : _to J: :northern market '- *- '.
;; ; should they'come aouthafter. he get this. week. and these wilLbe entirelyof '
< We'aleo take'orders'for-mado-to-measure clothing
there will rive them all the, aid he .
rkAttorney of the. County. Court forimmedlate, can In. getting settled. .' early orange, likely-'the'' Parson- r z
If in Mr Baker his 6wn'.' / In Brown variety.'" thatu' right np-to-date.. 1r
prosecution. doubtto yon own, place
whether .
: ,, r .I Mr. Mach said the fruit waa In no '' i ,
> the; southern, city. and divides his xFREA
condition to but 'little cool '
ship a f.i
are liable for riwy such tax.write 'or call on time i between there and Fenton weather would do'wonders in coloring ,

>td ; where, Im also has a"home.-JTenton It' .and make it saleable. He t
'tholI rslatted'c; L.; BANDY ' tip '
: }
Mich. "
( ) Independent;
la of;t1te opinion that. next week or : ':
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COlD OR COUGH? DR. THOR WEAVER, County Agent '" .'. .. ,:,,," ..'',, ''.:-.''.,'',,.'. ,'\"" ..,}:._(.j,: ;)I,' ,I.Ii I.,;," ,t,II.' '',' ",', ..,.."' :.; .vi'r, ". (

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-' SOW OATS EARLY IN THE FALL SELECT PEANUT SEED THIS , '.. 1" fFk"Fifl4'i"\ ; '" d"'iij.' ) I'\\f.J' ''it\W',;j\;! )"J' \': I .
Every livestock farmer !in central I S=- FALL. '.::i 1 ;jii'i .;ftil.;:;! #. \! \ M \i :l l:1::1w :\ .\" ,
;Wliy, when Dr. King New ,, \ ..{ ', ." ',' { t;,:; r
< and west Florida .should sow aa ".": \\1\1-\; f" I' ) 'I' :\, I '? *" ', , '.
Discovery ao promptlychecks large; an acreage as possible in'oat One, of 'the most important prob. ''. , ;*\ :. :;': :.- .:'''': ; " '>1*,*' '" " '. '.

this fall Repeated experiment lems' connected- with the production 'i / "M ,j'. : '. 'I, ,". ,1.1'': ,, ... .1
ItTTS 1 throughout greater portion of the 01 the peanut crop is that of seed selection ' : a
cotton belt .for the past several yean ,..says experts or the Extension : 'i: ,\
: natural yon.don't want to t* have shown that fall town oats yieldat Division of the College of Agri. ..
.J. careless and let that old cold 01 I least 60 per cent' more'than those I culture With the rapid development r- \
cough; drag on' or that new attack own after 'Christmas, and this isTthe of the peanut industry in the south, A mans ,
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develop seriously. Not when 'reason that District Agent E.: W. the question of careful seed selectionis '
can f
get 'each a proved successful rented Jenkins is, advocating that the acreage -I of prime Importance.It best pal ''
mm Dr.. KID If'. New Discovery. 1 I intended for oats be planted in would be hard to estimate theadu.1 I is hit smoke +
II' Cold, cough, grippe croup does not the fall. loss sustained by growers the .
resist this standard reliever .el7.lon. I The time for planting should extend past ipeason due to poor seed alone.
Its quality Is aa feign today as It always from October 1 to Noyember 20. Now is the time to give the matter
bas been--end It's been'growlntteadlly When planted this early the crop careful consideration and select seed ..'1I'
used for the for next year's planting. Good seed
In 'popularity for more than may be grazingduring '
flfty years. OOc and 1.20 a bottle at winter months without reducing the means a larger yield, better grade, \ 4.
'011 druggists Give It a trial. yield of grain. Oats should not be less expense per bushel to produce -
graced too closely nor pastured too better demand, better price, and
late in the spring. The crop responds'II more profit. of.'
Corutipated? Here's Relief readily to fertilizer and it will be It is not uncommon at the present .1{, ,
found I very beneficial to use an application time to find two or more varieties ['
Dot that often harmful, always vlo--i of from 100 to 200 pounds growing together. This is not profit '
lent and temporary help that comet of acid phosphate at the time of able'to the grower nor is the crop as ,- .
from' harsh purgatives), but the comfortable I planting and in the spring a topdr'essing satisfactory to the buyer. There -is f' .
i gratifying. corrective regulation of nitrate of soda should be no doubt but that careful seed selection '
of stubborn bowola. ao pronounced' : The land should be plowedbefore along 'scientific lines would be as
to Dr. King4 New: Uf FU -. ( the oats is sown. The seed beneficial to the peanut grower as
should be in with grain drill. !1'has sX> highly profitable to .
; put a proven 4 with like good story"Ch
Tonic to ftctfon, they promote free This insures a greater percentage of the corn grower. There is no reasonwh1' Othing goes me a r
IIiI1e stir the thoroughly '
flow lay,
germination of the seed and will( every grower should not increase -
.. gently cleans the system of waste '' FieldEVERY
cause, a more uniform ripening of the his yield materially by planting *. .
aid fermenting foods, and .
setter giveVffj
only mature Ned containing
grain. If it is possible to use a good -
bard work and
keen seat Tor
grain drill after the land has been I a high percentage of germina-
healthful nscrMttoa.: All drugglataBcsaUa light begins and
a plowed the oats may be Ubwn broadcast tion.There you
and plowed in with a disc culti 1 will undoubtedly be a grow- with satisfy. For Chesterfields
vator. It is usually advisable to sow ing demand for good seed and farm-
1 t'u about 8 to 10 pecks of grain per acre. ers-should avail themselves of the Bet no limit on your smoking enjoyment.Their .

I All seed before planting should be opportunity of selecting and storing smooth, rich, even flavor keeps right : '

You Do MOT- Work treated with a solution of formalade- enough seed this fall to take care of taste down to the laat '
on your
hyde to destroy the smut fungus. It their own and their neighbors' needs
+ You are more ambitious and you get more
is estimated that this disease usually next year. half-inch.
enjoyment out of everything when your from 10 to In selecting peanut seed, care
Mood Is In food condition. Impurities In reduces the yield of oats I I I '
the blood have effect 20%. but unlike rust it may be prevented should be taken to see that they have '- And no wonder.
a very depressing on
simple not heated in the stack. Seed shouldbe
this treatment.
the system, Ins weakDeaa, Isilnsss.mOVcrS by ,
s a..-d18 ems I I For each three gallons of water I stored in such manner as to prevent The great buying organization we main-

TASTELESS Chill TONIC add one ounce of formalin. Place the ;; heating in the bin. This can tain in the Orient makes it possible for us

1 isetoiee Energy!: a 'Vitality by Purifying seed on the floor and thoroughly easily be arranged by providing sufficient of the finest Turkish
bottom ventilation running the to obtain the pick
F end Enriching the Blood when feel moisten with this solution. This canasily
f Its strengthening. Invigorating effect you see .. be done by thoroughly stirring ,entire length of the bin. leaf. Experts blend these tobaccos with the

bow It brings color to the bow while the sprinkling is being done. in hitormissfashion
best Domestic leaf not
I ,. It ImproveeKthe p ) cheekswiand then Leave the damp seed in a pile for at.. MISS SHERMAN ADDRESSED ;
appreciate Its true tonic value. least two hours covering in the HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB but by our own exclusive process:

' GROVE'S (TASTELESS Chill TONIC i meantime with a sheet or some old I I (Written for tact week.) that never varies.
has been
cloth which previously
Is not a patent medicine. It is simply the home
opening meeting
IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup ;dipped' in the liquid. The reason for demonstration club held Monday afternoon And actually thla-process brings out hidden ",
covering the pile is to enable the vapors -
80 pleasant 1 I even children like It. The
at the community kitchen that to
flavors and delights give
formed by the evaporation of A- w
1 Hood ne.daadnine to Purify and IRON I
the formalin to completely envelop was honored by the presence of Miss all its ,
Enrich reliable this Satisfying quality
to It. TheM toitapop- Hattie Sherman, state director of cigarette a .
erties never fall to drive out Impurities in the oats. Dry the seeds before Bowling '
nurses for the Florida AntiTuberculosis We don't care what cigarette you'vebeen
the blood. and do not let them come in con- own.
+ nesutlUPoww of GROVE'STA.S1'EIZSS tact with sacks or floors which have Association who visited Osce- smoking, you'll like Chesterfields
ola county. under the auspices of the
been disinfected with the forma
ChiUTONIC has mad. it not '
which Miss better.
extension of
home work
the favorite tonic In thousands of bcmes.h . ,
I"n.I .
More than thirty-five' years ago folks l Albina Smith is representative.I Y! ........ .., _J.hmetZ
would ride a IoDi distance to get GROVE'STASTELESS THE TRUCKING SEASON. I S. H. Bullock, president of /
introduced Miss Sherman
l I the dubl
; Chill TONIC when a
member of their family had Malaria or The trucking seasoif is \before us, who spoke at length on the topics I
needed a body-building strength-giving and all forms of vegetation have enemies that pertain to the public health. She
aaythe State Marketing Bu- emphasized the importance of child
tonic. The formula Is just the same today
It is the thing for welfare work giving carefully selected :
and you can get it from any drug reau. necessary a
..... Me per bottle.WE'KNOW growers to be prepared to combat diet for children, naming the ( I ".,
them. This they can do by sendingto foods that should be fed at differentstages I'.
the State Experiment Station of their growth beginningwith I
WE SELL THE BEST Gainesville, for Bulletin No. 184. en- infancy and continuing to the ;

" SEED. titled "Florida Truck and Garden Insects fifth year.
and No. 139 entitled "Some t I She told of the health crusade
M FOR FLORIDA FARMERS Important Diseases 'of Truck Cropsin which the children of Florida are :

' c; Our reputation of years Florid." These bulletins are sent carrying on, and spoke of the importance -
free and are very comprehensively of establishing health choresas
Hy-Test quality.
assures our illustrated with drawings showingthe a habit for children. i

SEND FOR FALL CATALOG AND life history of various Insect1 I Mill Sherman spoke of the deadly y l
f0 PRICE LIST. +* and describes different diseases besides toll from preventable diseases eacn T
v. being carefully indexed.. year and urged concerted action
,W. are familiar with planting conditions : among the mothers in, stamping out .
ENEMIES OF CITRUS FRUIT I this menace to health and happiness. "
.perhaps we .. The citrus promises to be an She gave a few practical suggestions -
i -i Write us. k. crop to the adults regarding the
'; .E. A. MARTIN SEED, CO. important the one State'this Marketing season in Florida Bureau, business of keeping well. She spokeof >*

'' JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA and says every effort should be made to the terrible 'white plague" and . 1 and the blend
of a r.
stressed the
necessity a'elrort !
conserve and get it on the market .'t+- .
best form. Labor of in fighting it. '
i MISS LENA LORD: SENDS Icoune is very scarce, and there are other A period of the afternoon was devoted -can't be copied
';\ '"BEST WISHES FOR OUR CITY obstacles. Among the-enemies to the to questions, and Miss Sher- -
.man was. detained till after 6 o'clock
are insects and diseases. Theseare !
Saeo Maine Oct. 6, 1919. described In bulletins issued by answering the rapid fire from those .
I Klsslmmee: y.Ut1'jaMtw.t .J. .KJssim-. the State Experiment Station at present who were eager to take advantage "

.' m..,-Fla. .. Gainesville. The first is Bulletin I of her suggestions* The
Gentlemen:, My" subscription to the No. 148i entitled "Insects of a Citrus "flo"came in for a large share of offering the governor a complete list I jured men and blemished the ,fall "Sidney' J. Cato, Governor ,Tallahas "'';
Gssette. must. have recently expired Grove" and the second Is No. 160. discussion when Miss Sherman stated of the attorneys at Braidentown. so name of oar state. see. Fla. '
and-I;am. enclosing.< a ch.ek'for one entitled "Florida: Citrus Diseases." that It had been stamped out with that the governor could take his pickor "I am writing you to get yon to "Dear Sin Replying to your communication
see dollar. 'for1 sin months subscription, Both are fully) indexed, and are sent the first epidemic' in communities retain all of them if he was able give me the name of some good of the 7th fast, with copy1
a. I am still deeply interested in the ."free on application.PAULINE where proper. precautions were take to do so. square lawyer, who will not be stop of letter addressed to the Hon. WIlLiam , 1,
w little city: that was my.,home so long. The Interesting correspondence follows ped from a suit as I propose to sue B. Taylor clerk of circuit ourfi|,
Ji i am heartily glad ''to' note the FREDERICK'S Fresh air clean, properly prepared : .. this paper at once for libel and they Bradentown I am herewith hands.<.. :
;'tnany Improvements'' going on there STRONG NEW PHOTOPLAY food selected with a view to a balanced "Tallahassee; Fla Oct. "7, U19. will certainly have to prove these yon-a list lawyers practising .in .
-And'trusts that the coming season : ration she said of the. greatest "Editor, Manatee Banner, Braden things before a court Of justice. Ldo Bradentown. being :fearful' that Mr.' ,.;

may be "the belt> ,ever"' for .Kisslm- i 'The admirers; t'of Pauline Frederick Importance to the general; health. 'DeaeSi't not mind the foolish charges punynewspaperrs Taylor might overlook the matter.. ..

mee. ' l .; the beautiful Paramount; ''star lives are lost in For your information make, but; when they' go You 'arill find,-any of these lawyers ', '
''s'LENA. 150.000 annually I[ am herewith enclosing-copy of letter this far I will not .stand it and lfJ: fully ,
.. .LORD. ''I will'.be- much interested' in the .an this country '.throagh 'th. ravages of < capable' of-handling. ;your'case.' \
\ .. __ __ I to Bon. William not make libel suit stand forthis'
2 M LI L t j. ir ; isTHE nouncement' that; her latset photoplay .Tuberculosis. the draft am today writing. can a They are :e!
During 69-
'" .iTTPKlii 1M LIiF E IN > 'I .-.Daughter of -the 'Old 000 of boys because B. Taylor of your' city.' kind of proceeding 14 will certainly "Charles T..Curry. I
iiAS UNUSUAL.. PLOT South," will be shown at the Casino of our Tuberculosis.'were This rejected meant- "Yoursvery truly, tall on the proprietor of thispaper I "J. J. Stewiart. ,;(* ,,'
Theater next,, : (Signed) ;SIDNEY, J. CATTS, and they will have to take thisback "John B. Singletary.. .' t'.
that thousand .
twot out
"' ."The World toMJve. I-;, ,Alice Bra I rick rtrayi'the rol'of'the'creole' 01lr 'take every in- 1 '." or1 suffer the ,consequences."Kindly i "H. S. Glazier t
'x dy's latest Select Picture is the I girl r:this splendid photoplay -which defense were of unable to up arms The: copy of>,'the letter to Mr. Taj send me the name of some. ."W. 'L. R mbalJ.. 't, iJj

i' story of a tln-panner. one of the kind ,was written by Alicia Ramsey and his is the opportune their-country.time for Certainly all lor follows ", - good lawyer there to whom I can entrust -,1 "G. B. Knowles.. I ,II| : ,:' ILower' '
1 people Tallahassee.. FIs. Oct.' 7 ttlfl.. this and be to return the
of young'wonaen, who come to"the Rudolph de Cordova, and her ehane.. to co-operate in the routing ,of sure L. Simmons. ;{'
"Ben. William B. Taylor Brald.ntowa clipping and part of the TimesUnionwhich t "S..X. Bean.
city every year withno, kiD. :terisalion Ia'.d to btr. essentially' .
: Inch A la ,
an ; great fight on '
nothing but. a wild estre'i for different from' any frhlcb she heretofore la Floridato enemy combat; ; the dl...... Its Fla. I am ,herewith sending ;you. "0. B.,'Smyths. jt*
happiness and '"the: world to live Inv" .1uua..esayed .'in motion pictures. conducted the 'Dear.Mr. Taylor: Enclosed please "Hoping, yon1 and are "John Stewart. .
being .by Flprida the Manatee'Banner well with" be. .wishes.Iyam "
They work, for their living and play -. find clipping-from Sand t "Wallace Tervin. /
Anti-Tuberculosis .
at being. pals with the'gilded youths Constipation. i {,with Associationwhichs the National copied: Tn the. Times-Union of. Tours' very truly "Trusting you win be, able .to secure
who pay thell'wa. They. look like .r The beginning' of'almost every.serious , tuberculosis .Asoclation, 'and- ,the Bept- 29.; In this article you'will see *, "SIDNEY. J. CATTS, one among these honest'and >
real''' metal, but they ring hollow. disorder is constipation. If / many charges against me by the- .d. "Governor. capable lawyers, I ,am' i
funds toy"thework .
are principally .
They.are not bad'' they art not. good. want to enjoy rood health keen your obtained through' the sale of Red itor of this sheet among them money Editor. Adams Picks "Up ,the GauntManatee I ."Yours! yery: truly'..._ $> '..' ,
? Just n ..' 'vThis bowels regular;; This 'la-best' accomplished Cross C rl.tma"DuBeaII.ThII county : grabbing; falsehoods, hypocrisy, Iet. "G W; .
unusual story, 'with: a remarkable by propel: diet aDd ''exercisebut'sometimes / wil be organized in',this laudable ef- Eat .I have Insulted the ':women,, in Fla,' Oct., 9, 1919. I ."EditorVManatee. .". Banner. *.

east, will be offered by Select medicine 1 fa needed 'ort, and our people t unquestionablyas.nstuJtfeel.a.deepVint [ '

4 Pictures -on- '" "": -the. ","Casino' -.'r" andwhen'that'{ ,.,the .case jrW.wm I restkin its .6666'666'6e66.6. .. 8j.6.6. e 8a.66..668.. . I ........ & & ........&..&..., ....& .. .. ..: & .. ..'.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... '. _" .1"
Theater.. ;;/ ; find :.Chamberlains''' Tablets are SUCCeSS... r .', _- ..'!;"' - - - - - - .. . -" .- - - --."---- -w. ..',. . . . . . . .. . .. .. . ..."... ... . ... ...y.&..&. . &. ... ..."""""". ''fof'P'l'

'':Iirdigtutfasl; BiB 0 11tnest.: Coaatlpa...- lent. They are mild and, eXOIl-1 '' T ' '
i , ' -F their-action; easy and MANATEE EDITOR CALLS i! ;
tlOM. r' take.. > Give them a trial. ,'They. only. ";,' BLUFF OF ,,THE,GOVERNOR :
a 'Cbambert ba.. ,Tablets.'hare; :resioru cost :quarters; ., ; ft, ? Prices for Fertilizer'
.ed to health' and b pplD... .bundredl -- '. ',rie.overncir of*(the state' !.'threatening ;
1,who were ,afflicUd "with .indigestion :San seed 'corn enough 'for ;yourself ,to sue Editor ,George '.W.i Adams : \ ,
JbQlousness'' and ec>n.tlpatlolU..1f you and some 'for the neighbor.too. oiL the Manatee Banner the 4-'

,aN' troubled' In"this way'give them He Will be glad to pay'" you a good courts.' It seems that Editor Adams Two. Reductions in,1919 I

tr aL You are eeiftabvfo be plsased .. price next spring, for wetl selected, has been saying' some .things about ., ,
for the1'''will benefit you.J' seed. Governor Catts that the governor objects the .wrote' his :Have. our latest Price/List) It will interest Meal!! '
,. ,.. .. '.,Hon.and William governor, B.'' Taylor'of you you. Fertilizer now give better Value :; ';
,, ;" O' " ." " "f .... ............ . ..t..o.. Bradentown, for the name'of agood for the money -than soy commodity bought by the grower either for farm operation or for household

'SEED::POTATOES() :for' Spring Pl nt ng, -the lawyer.who governor bring retained suit againstthe by him I use. Quality mairilalaed. '. ,

r' -. 'Win: ;"Ptatoserop'paythls'!? WJao'bow."' We 'do know ; Banner a copy man.of the His'letter.sent Mr' *'*',Adams *. '. Wnte'to IM ''at once retarding your fall 'requirement _,-,' ,

y, the prospect looks, mightybright for a paying Spring'PotMo crop; "Now Editor Adams doesn't lee any '

1 'ggrraadeapooftash crop all over-the --North.' iownyrice: good high differenre.*.between ,.governorsani -. .. Shall we.tend our new'Vegetable Book) ''
'- L : fertilizer obtainable at : a l1aryeat:1n8'.Of"the : plain 'citiMD., and he lost no time InN -. " %1 '. "-' ----, ,- -I _' '
.Potato crop If. now in progress and it 'loolts to us like about '
the right 'thus to, contract for,your seed while the low prices pre Worms la a healthy Child '' Wilson Si Tqottier. Fertilizer
.a I., You know our reputation for -quality., and service.Write' An cUldim beaMed with warn have ... .Co. ,
for our-low ;contract 'prices for Sprang., delivery. ......,.......wklch todJMtw poor blood....aa a .
....,t.... to jmor* car .... !-..& dlmtiuc*, Manu'acturers Ideal, Fertilizer . .
. :. ', bt Iwo N.tIarM.... will ........ the bhwd. ..- . Jsoksonville Fla.( ;
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*' '" t. ... 0., . i ..H'.1.. .. .... .... . f.T.. it i i..n l BRICHT SCHEME DIDNT WORK: ..
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'AND j \
PAINS A ntwlv married couple hit upon the st14.kIs V V,
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I of'pretendtojr' to be deaf and : 4' ,
Tax Notice dumb- whilst on their honeymoon.At .- -',' -

I QU1tLYRELIF4vFD; <; the station they started talking' ,l
r on their angers and overheard the !1'li I.
( following' remarks'
You'll ..It.* a newly married eogple aid I I'1! ,,
: find "
Sloan's Unfaofteifr
a lady. Th poor things are deaf and "

I, the severe" I NOTICE Is hereby given that dumb."What Ian"do awfulT"suppose he aw. in I ; d, a, ''tM '.,'

; her'?" asked tr
rheumatic ache the other, "She 1* positively .r

' the' tax" 'books, of Osceola County .: ugly" a ... :;" .

"And 1 believe her hair, U dyed" ,. .. .. "\
: v Put It'' '' aid the first woman x'.
: ol freely. DonVnft, In.ftnttratt '" ,
IJust let \It' naturally. What a will open on November, first ,. "And her hat la out of data. we. ,
4 ;, I ien.. of soothing relief soon follow I ; the next startler. l'

L ,.' External che.. stiffness, soreness. for the year 1919 I am'nbw- -. ,,: ?Look* like an old one." was theleply. .-:! .
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Cramped> "> cJ .. ,strained iinewjcrick. ..., -' \
back Her. dreki wrinkle .. .
- ready to'furnlsh: tax. "eat nates. aid first. .. "
., Iht off thf relieving qualities of : the : -
I ; |SIoan'* Liniment dean,_convenient, -She' thirty.flv: if she's a day;

ik 1/.,l economical. ,J5c:. fire ..4QProceedings I A 'discount of 2 per cent will be ; .v and she look a* if she had a fright ,
: ful k.
temper, and from there went toJaan" ti
during At this point the ,bride found her we :,
allowed .all i taxes: paid' tongue, and' her remarks, to those

two women left no doubt about,',her Talk about adventures I beef oo shoulder* and... ,
the of November In h.vinathat ;
.- month : .. important article that on your! chest.. 't1 i
women ace: supposed to..exercise so Men in>the N a'VY.come :

writing this office always I give : freely.- .- ., home with the kind of tloa a year not -'Hnt s,4. ..i t,

experiences that mot bore leave la .home or foreign i} '

of description, of. your: property .. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS chaps read of only in 'the .. 'p0.

.books. You wm have the Wnd of comradeship s ''f

Council and enclose postage. .; NOTICE. .. la travel tJaet..uore. 1j
City .
.Here's t .
Notice Is h.--.n' that on. i your chance bow. i

C.' L. BANDY Tu..4Al. the nth day. of October A. r Uncle Sam baa, a* you know if You win heir regular pay .
: At. the hour of 10:00o'clock I
The ,city council met in regular a big Navy and gives. red-'
A. M. *l the Court House at Tltus- 4Naraadabewyourmtalekldgblooded ,!t",
t ," .....Ion on October 7th, there being Tax Collector. ll"b r.vard County Florida, the young fellow like you fug and your ant uniform outfit'gaod .
> present Geo. W Fox president; R. annual meeting of the owners of the ; .a opportunity to step aboard :
9) '
land actuated In the Upper 8t. Johns stuff. all of It. ;> .;;;
q S.Floyd,,W. H. Arnold H. M. Breaks Drainage DUtHet and 'shove off", '
1\ will
\ .. be held for tho
s A.S.. Gilbert Lewis O'Bryan city purpose ,of electing one member of : You can Join:for two year. ..' x
+ ++* + V:, What witt of It?
the Board < you get out Whan be :
attorney and J. R. Gilbert clerk. Supervisors who shall i you get through jroull f" !' ,
r'!' be a land owner of said District, to this {
4 :, Minute of the last meeting were serve for the term of three years and i jut : physically and mentally "tuned

,1 read and aproved; report of officers : Iq the South to succeed 8. O. .Chase, now a memberof A chance to rub elbowe with up" for the:: rest of youf life.YouTl .
4 \ examined and approved; bill apt without a ainglea3apttetobuich said Board whose term of office f foreIgn folk la strange' pact of be reedy through and ;

';!I proved and ordered: paid a* follow: 13 MILLION WHITE or meeting house It has been such expires other on said business day, as and may to. properly transact. :: the world. through for SUCCESS r-.

W t Steed salary as mayor___f 10.00 : ascertained by the campaign headquarter come before Said meetln- t ....
J M Woodall. .alary aa mar.hal.100.00 *. By reason of the large At such election each. and ...r,. The thane; for good honest There a Recruiting: Station / }
q C F1 Preratt salary as polios__ 61.10 nUID'ber aor. of land In the District shall rep work oa chipboard the kind of right near you. 1I'OQ' doat >u
T 8 Johnion. bat a. polios.... S.SO of public official residing there resent one share and each owner shall .
J Z Roberson. treasurer _._.... 1C.00 PEOPLE NOT SAVED and the be entitled to one vote In person or .thatteecbea'OQ-.thIDc know ,,wber* It la. your Poet ','
4 R Gilbert clerk .... 116.00 (arc. number of people who by proxy In writing duly signed forever .*al: the. kind of work: that. pub Banter will be glad to tall you.' .<) PI.
IAwl. O'Bryan city attorney __ ".00 i go 'the.lrom every section of the acre of land owned by aald ow ... .- ,.
+, Oeo W Fox mera. council._..._ 41.00 : ,n old District
H M council. _. 11.00 county to attend the sessions of the '
' Breaker m.m. : I IJiJ. The person receiving the
highestnumber r.... ,.....enkef M tKtaaM .
t R B Floyd, mem. council....... 41.00 : various courts, their Use and of votes at said election shall .- ,
... W H Arnold mem. council___ 41.00 '. THIS IS ONC OP THE PRESSINQSTATE pay be declared elected as said Supervisor. f. (he trf_ aV'eV a''*>*9af. efl
''A 8 Gilbert, memo council...._. 41.00 the like it la regarded that the county, Dated of October 1919. nerd-" w faevfcee e>/a..reau.yeetw .
'J M Woodall. at. torsman.16.00 MISSION FRO.LLMO .I.ol.halo:
S I Beaver. acavenger.-.10.00 eat town are ot'..peclal Importanceaad 4 of Supervisors. -

1 Dlok Evans : ....-.- fO.OO IN THE SOUTHLAND. It 1* hoped that before the next SEAL.) ERNEST H. BTBRT.!
a Le>wl* O'Bryan, services 41-It.
bulkhead bond. ___.___ ISO.OO fly. jean have, passed there :will be SecretaryOUAHDIABs Shove ;
9ff'9m/t f
A communication received from an active Baptist church la'. .every. NOTICW TO SELL SlBAt .
1 the: Ministerial Association asking THE SITUATION IS OUTLINEDapUst .count)-seat la the South BITATB.B I V ..-rf of mi- .

u 'that the council co-operate in establishing Engaged la the work of state"mla Crt .f C-.tI "..-- Steee. .f .
'it a suitable memorial in honor : rl_... 0c..t,.
alone at
present are 1(24 missionaries,
,t otj citizen* who made sacrifices durIng I. Be B>tate .f on..ala savage,
the world war and the same was 79 Million Campaign Has Apportioned and while this may seem like a ,. IU_ U

duly'considered and it was agreed 911,000,000 To B* Employed number when the vast territoryto Notice Is hereby given to all .whom S.NaVY

that meeting of citizens be I be served 1* considered It ha It may concern, that Florence L. Bavaae -
a mass During the Nekt "Iv. en as Guardian of the Estate of Oil-
:.called to be held at the Graystone found that fully 1,000 extra men andwomen vine Lila Savage, a minor, wilL on
!- Casino Year In Meeting Need. the tlth day of Octbber A. D. 1.U.
on. Sunday Oct. 18, to furthey
are needed at once, for In addition apply to the Hon. T. M. Murphy.< County I 'H '* ",
: discus the 'the minister ,
matter Judge In and for Mid
to reaching the
.tat. people who
, : of the city to prepare program. Within the eighteen comprisingth not Christians then an his office In Klsslmmee In said Coun .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. '"
j 1 i Mr. Milton ledger, representing territory ot the Southern Baptistconvention are many weak, i ty. at 10 o'clock; a, m.'cac.rtor : as soon
I' struggling church. which need assist. thereafter as the matter be beard "
Mr. E. I Lesley asked the council ..
are U.000,000 white people authority to sell, at public or private -
to give relief on city taxes agaln.tpropert1' anal and whoa member need devel sale, the following described real
who not only not Identified with
are any of .. :
Klsslmraee Park.. The said land being .llI'1IecI Administratrix said .tatsw -
in Block "Jand Block 24 opment. In the several states of the estate In said .
f church: but who do not claim to be I lots Pour (4) canV'r.Oilt: : ( ) Block assessed at the date of the Issuance lthln two years from the date hers,
of W. A. Patrick' Addition which Southern Baptist convention, for In Twenty (10) of the 8 P. Railroad of said certificates In the names Dated Sept. '
was refused.I cbrlsUdne: according to Information stance there aN ',00 churches witha I. Com an)"'. Addition to Klsslmraee of C. A, Blowers. and >D. K. Ban lord. OQIDA/1MALL0t

Upon request, four ladle repre- gathered by the Baptist 7t Million membership of many thousand which Florida off, less a strip six feet four Inches Unless said according certificates to law.shall. tax be deed redeemed Admlnlstratrtm. I I
the Northeast side of aald ,
:' chapter house, it was *o Campaign. To try and reach these give but very little to any interest of Lot Four (4). I will Issue thereon oo the. 17th .day of '
agreed that a donation of $25 per people with the gospel .la on. of the the denomination and which are doing Which application .will be based up October, A. n. 1919.J. . ,
I. OVEBSTREST c Month for a period of three months on the petition for such sale now on
: alms of the campaign and to meet the but very small thing for the uplift of file In said Court. Clerk Circuit Court. Osoeola County, i, ''+
:' be allowed defray expenses problem the stats mission organisation their communities. Dated September 14th A. D. Ul.. I Florida I. Cwt. :. 'trs* Cemtr ......." ....., l
S 'of keeping same open to visitors this FLORENCE L. 8A.V AGE. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) lltIs .. Ff adr'rw..i. Cetaattiv.'k, ;;/ j
In the various states will Ntth..y. la addition to then weakchgrch.l.mutdt'whlch'hgve .
vary "
winter council to, be notified in,.what 41.11. Ouardlaa.HOTICH )
i month same 1* preferred. ., . ..." To .11.1>> .*&* .:orgaob* :' no per I IDEau. NOTICE 1'0 I CREDITOR" !. se dab .. ab.Sdta ......,..

-'. On, motion the usual amount of tlons.'ia: meeting that problem the sum tor there are' la the various stabs a or APPLICATION. FOB TAX. ) Cart .. th. -
sal $10 par month for the community. tt 11000.000 has -been apportioned total of 11.CU church* which, have, ltrl.n.',. ,, of vSmber..m&vSmber. A. D, i'l t shall apply.
'kitchen was continued. from the total.of JTS.OOO.OOO that U preaching service only( once a month, Notice 'la ', That R. O.: < to the Honorable T. K. Morphy Judge) b bof
Thomas ... .. N .... .. Judge .
purchaser of Tax Certificates Its r* Do ,, said Court. f Pro for H
I Tb. matter "of arranging with H. sought for all purpoae, and daring the a.oo churche which have service No. et and 40S. dated the Sod day of To all Creditors. x>istrlbnteee my final discharge a* Kxseatrls .f the .
; P. Park to os* lot at intersection of next five year the state mission. only once a month and only( about July A. D. fur baa filed said certl- and all : Lept-'k ; Claims estate) of Kldrldre Libby, deceases :4
float In ofaoe, and baa mad Demands ;:r"t.said B.tat.r and that at the same t will ,.
Main and Park street a* an automobile my application or pre
c force to these full Urn ehvrche '
-will seek reach millions S.SOO Part of the
: I for tax deed to Issue In accordance To... and sack ., you are. hereby ent-my final acoounta aa llaeeauia of W
camp for visitor was' refer !of people right here at home with 11000.000 apportioned for ..t. mlaalon : ), with law. Bald ,certlnoateeembrace IIOUAed, and required }o .r.t any said .. &&.", and k .for their, aaarev- ,
\ red to the tract committee. the followlnr described claims. and demand which tW ; ),
the gospel and alltthem la some will to the strengthening. of' property : you" e wl'1tt "
go lv/th
,i, '. H. M. Breaker R.' S. Floyd and A. situated In Osoeola County either 'of yon, may baY. against tla" baxtedJuae'll /, ,
( u S. Gilbert phase of Christian work. the weak churches and the bringing ttt Florida to-trlt Lots Blrht (I) and esae ot D. Mallo .eease!, ae oOeovola BTHBiuVAAK. ';' J r.-
t to arrange, was appointed for a rest a*room a committee for According to this same source of In them to fall-tliae1' pastorates where. Nine (') of Block (0) of Hotel Bite County, Vlorlda. te the under- ....,.mK .(.s>*. ,kaeeatrta.ime . ;

the convenience of winter.vUitora formation it la learned that there areMl poaalble. ? .: / ___u._ ---- -- L

j u 'the price,I not to exceed $10 per town aad village la the South Leaders In the campaign bare .---. "

,.:' month. ' with a population-of SOO or more in ought to care for every Interest of I .

,: The amount due for covering the which then are no Baptist church organisation the eeaomlaaUoa la the ''that fIII
o ?, city ditch betwen Broadway and or no Baptist house of la asked la cub: and five-year,

';. Charch street was ordered paid from worship. Inasmuch* these towns Influence pledge during Victory Week November ,, ,

the aaaitary fund.S more or ISM the 'surrounding SO-December-- 7, whea the'' final ..
", The {matter of best method to pro- territory an effort win 'be made to drive Wtu b.'made, bat'they recognize ", '
teed with .the bulkhead work wa referred :<1'1''
.4 reach them and the territory gun that -the future development of the
: tot the bulkhead committee
rounding them ,during the flve-ye church depend la a great measure
'. with power to ..ct.j I ,
r,t On motion it was so ordered that program .of
} accessary insurajice( for' the city bed aouaced. at home which 1* the peculiar. taak ottata .

7 equally .divided with the several .!Ure are seventy-four* missions. .' "

':' agenta Of the city. ._ ------ ,
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:Bie' matter:pf payment of the billi ; '
i ptl anted, ,by Alan V J. MacDonoogh election manaa-er ......._ 1.00 'Osceola Hdw. Co, supplies __. ...70OsecoU ,. '
4-r Services C Buckles. work dock to.oo Hdw. Co. sup. oil tank, 4'1
for as engineer wa on motion A 'L Davidson repair iildewalkZ S.TI Lupfer Prather. supplies- -_. 101.10 I'' 1 > ,
< ,'laid. over, until next meeting Raixlle-Bpence :MIg Co., fount's 1(1.00 El! X, Lesley wood .___._____.. 4T.K "'....
: e being no further business, A C La,.. rental space city park ,1.00 W B Maklnson Co., supplies... ttl.Ol i'1"0 I io'
? ,f"ythe council adjourned to, meet In reg. K H Lawson. cloth tat booth_.. 1-0 Th. bill of A..J. MacDonough, services I, a *> "
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Valley Oasette. printing
njai1 session Wednesday October 8, as engineer on bulkhead work -,'
,, C Oro Coro.. (charity).. II." !
i at ::1:30po'. .m. :. W c Oro Co. mule feed__.- no." wa taken up, and the matter of ." .
"I Rogrs Cafe, meals for mars.. '..80S payment discussed and upon the 'rofl .. ..

., 1'h. council met )in' -.-.tegular adjourned ;T' N MePhatter Clark mgr., mgr elecllon.8.00 election _.1' 1.00 being i called 'the, result., was' a* follows -

'' ,. session on Wednesday, Oct. J O Bratton mtrr. election.L00 : .For payment, H. M. Breaker, '.

.,8, all members present; also the'city. 8'R Chapman,r mrr. election.,. LOS W. H. Arnold R. S. Floyd, and A. S.
.. ..
Western Union messages 1. of
clerk. Gilbert Geo. W.:: Fox president
attorneyand <
y Pr H 8 Geiger eery (charity). '.00
Bill were, approved and ordered. H Fleming,. rent. 1 months.! .... li.OO the council voting no, stating that heconsidered %,- ' t,
:. ;' a*follows ;J R Gilbert payroll for Bept... 141.10J the city did not owe *the
i Mate rent ._ _' 40.0& J Gilbert payroll for Oct._ 700.00 ,
;; Bank bin,'and U it did the bill wa being
rent. J R Gilbert, ad. for labor__ 05.60
,XI.., Tel. Co., .... (.20
Bill'.' Rentaurunt meals fnr'Toabort S; R Gilbert freight __' U.... prematurely .paid.. : .,.
C ;S R Gilbert., frelcht _.__.. 11.SIJ .Afterapproving; the form of paving "
;1 ,. ," ; R'' Ollbert, freight I_I___.,..-. 1..04 and 'drainage notes; on motion Ill\\\\ il I ailIII.II .
;J if Co" lumber St. '
'r ..:. htllips 15.14 the council adjourned to meet in regular II IplliI'1 . '
: .
'. .. J L Phillips "Co"li>mr"surrs"rakes. 4isO ,' session<',l'uead.7.; Nov'4th.. '
f1 J ''I, Phillips Co loin .anltar. ,.. 11.11 I
.. ....
J L Phillips lum.+'- emetery. .
coldand ;S O Orlffln shop w\>rk.**...*... II.TO MOTHER AND, DAUGHTER DOING
a J O Orlfrtn, shop work........ J7 55J WELL. '
R Gilbert stamps, etc.___... |:.. I
W :' elf M Woodall. cost ID'< m. o..._>. 6.00 I I ywerTlrMt..
tom .
prevent Df C B Dunaway eerv.(charity) '.00 ."Mother aad myself taking the III I I T

*" A. L Davidson, bal on culvertOsesola _, '60.00 advice of kind ,friends taking I ''' I I
Hdw Co. material -..._, 14.iO some are I' "
''i l ls11Caii011E, take Osceola, Hdw. Co material __ 6.10 Mayra Wonderful Remedy 4>r t .'
''MuM .- T - Osceoka Hdw. Co, supplies ,,._' 11.10 bad'stomach/ and liver'troubleand; --
.... 7
Hdw. 11.10eo.oo .
Osceola Cosupplies
I Sam Li Lupfer, payroll flre dept bloating- Tb/medicine 1* rightly : .
O F' Thrasher, work at station '.00 and well nameI 'Wonderful.''for' uch ,use'aJguing"'a t its or'.making chih-tnusiq'in aminor .., 1
M B Stevens freight __..____ 10.'. it hi. certainly has done .wonden NO ;' '> I'
'. . 'at B ..Stevens freight .-. ..... V key I K ;J Crowder., guardlag plane* 11.41Roberson. for na both. It I. a simple, harmless :
niitic re's notion cornered in slip
smokeappetite "#j
I Z sanitary to st reparation 'that removes *the catarrhal your ; '

JW n fund Mak(ouLrert..0...- supplies) ---,_i..,,._,. :110.00.,11.OI., mucus from, the Intestinal tract it a few liberal loads of Prince Albert! ',> :' '!_ :Jl

ST B Makinson, supplies -._ .*( and allay the Inflammation which '- . '
W B Maklnson. rarbace can.*_ '...00KI. cause practically all stomach liver Boiled down regular old between-us-man-talk: t ( .'

O .K. Rouse Allbna, orchestra Smith treat entertainment ?? 10.0. and intestinal allm..t.r..eludinl' ..p.peadlcitl. Prince Albert kicks the ''pip" right* out"'of'apipe'r";' ,
.. One doss will convince
.; (aviators) ;..-___ '.00. or 1 "
t x :,xt Sissy Con. Band., donation .... SOS.00 money.refunded. I; Z., Robenon,and Puts pipe pleasure into the:24"h,: : y'w'classlMakes :' RINGE : '.
H X) Matree, work. ,at cemetery. ".IT drnggista .everywhere. sports "'.' '. I ,
A JT MaoDooourh en -neer _.. *0.OC cigarette rolling'the toppiest of P. A. fa so.fragrant r. i
M I Crowder sext-on .._._....... lu.OO : ,.;
; C O MoCoskey. hauling ........ 11.00 UtovtPl Taateie.a1 cam. Teak so fascinating in flavor, so-refreshSngl --" ...
A C L By rental apace B L poVs 1.00 "
sain/by .
.r dasette.wat.. $lsL vhaHty sad psrlfytaS sad eo- '
Valley- as It. bibs .It *
;TIT purified'and refined Standard Oil Co.. oil for plaaU:; 1.... .......)1M ...... taacaasssafcslltsSrttsgialarbjontJa ,Prince Albert: can't biteyour tongue or. parch, your : : / .
.. .
J Via. Bleo Sup.-. Co., supplies_._ f 1."$ ...... Wtaot, Trice eta, throat! You as far as you like according to smoke', ',: ""! "
r lflfm| tablet that.r't' vvenner-8awy Co. meter book. 38$ go your,

Sf ; aMBseMa-etMS "' .and MaTTaW.1Me4kin J Crandall R Ollbert.PacklnaCo,(freightVw. 'packing_-T 14.40 41.04.,, *ItaI>> riCoawUf> -- Curd: siritl l t' .Our.exclusive. patented .process: cuts out bito'and' ): ' '.
' '- J Perry, C Orlfan.Paint-' shop Co.. sup*_... .iIe'IA. ...0 " 14 t. 21 Daya '. ,, t '(-!,' n 'tt :*, lrt;! (...14.1':; 4
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rirtaea retaiiv.wd WITH PEPSIN" MlclaltPocc.ntpTODIooLuatInfor
vouoh.r .. to a l
, -' ._.McLea... .-.-"refund\ ...UOnsi.. JIabuUJ :, T.Pry .... .;.... Hb red air. -'Jlni. pwR? awl A.aryies: J e.. ?,'" i t '

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t esalr. t, PaW Caved tm 4 te H \ -psv/Si ,( f
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i L ;t" :>'If' ,At ,First You, Don- ', t Succeed.. 1 St. Cloud Department Osceola Hardware Co., :.

+ s ,, Try 'fry.A'gain.' I.' ::1 I NEWS, AND NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD THE "WONDER CITY.;' 1 Located on K1ssil U1ee'8 :;

( , -,, ".. I BUSIEST, CORNER \ ,\
f.. : "
: 1' I :' ,;, 'f'f" : ,
; j I. i
beenspending I ftflflWU '
. ," ,\'" Mr. and Mrs. KIbby who hare .
r' .. )! with'
. ", the past month
I \. "' "', IT .. : friends in Ohio came two back home Mon- .pick up some rare 'bariralns.' ,Remember Name of Edison: ;
,, Wo the dates, Oct.a 20th, 21st, 22nd, The Magic '.
succeedcd' '/ day. I ,
:, ,>,;':did, and we :, ,*- Mr and Mrs\ William Empson returned -:and nald 23..Fach'afternoon home!;in Sanford, Florida at the Fer- ,\ :'!

,": JNow'trYftuother,.. loaf, of Bread. ., :' Mrs.their'southern Empson home has Friday been I(.'NEGRO MURDERER OF DEPUTY: I ,Who is 'the greatest inventer in 'the world> Edison. Who inventedthe
vI1M ,
: spending the summer with her daughter system of electric lighting) Edison. We sell and highly recommend ,
and you'll,come again t1 -:: : ,, in New York and Mr. 'Empson at SHERIFF-WILCOX IN JAIL the EDISON MAZDA LAMPS which are the products of, his, ,
their home at Johnson City. ,
: Mr and Mrs. R. M. Johnson, with Lakeland Oct. 10.-Luther Wilson geAius. He not only invented them, but brought them to their present ' :

; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ferguson motored wanted in Paaco'county on a chargeof state of perfection. They are recognized everywhere a< the .w
f N < over .to Klssimm&e last Fridayto rape and in Lake county for the highest achievement in artificial lighting. Have you: noticed the."big'
: .f.'t ,v SATURDAY'S CAKE SPECIALS: see Daddy Long Legs. .I murder of Deputy Sheriff Wilcox, be' I
works It's Edison anc!.can
the of the an
"' I Mr. Gus Peed of Orlando was a both crimes committed in July, was light on tower water ; i

'', I Genuine Pound Cake, pound ..'.._____._.;w__?_..__._____ .60 ; tusiness caller here on Wednesday. J,lodged in the Pasco county jail at seen from the lower end of Lake Tohopekaliga, some twelvemiles.

\ 2, ''Vanilla Wafers, per Dozen ______________________,_______ .15 I{ Mr and Mrs. W W. Riley who Dade City late Friday, having been away. Can\ you beat it? Weliave in stock the new Daylight Blue :al j
at captured near Loughman, Polk coun- "
Cream Puffs, per Dozen -.____>._____.__-__.__....._.__._. .60 I I their have old been home spending Rixley the W.summer Va., arrived -> ty, by Orval Sloan, Polk county citi- Lamp a recent product of the Ed.son: factory. This peeuhar'"color: ,, I j' 'i,

here this week. zen. Sloan walked up on Wilson of the bulb filters the red ,and yellow rays out leaving only the ones

AIM Cooked Drop Cakes, Cap Cakes, Etc. | Mr. and Mrs. Blackman who have" while, he was drinking!!, from a branch that ere agreeable to the eyes. The latest is the White-Mazda which

.v been spending the summer with and recognizing the fugitive he cov- has become justly celebrated in the very short; time that it has beenon ,-1
FRESH DOUGHNUTS COME AGAIN ered hifn with his and took him
last gun
friends in the north came hpme of milk-white glass that
week. I I to Dade City single handed. Courtis the market It is a gas-filled lamp pure J.

.' Mr. and Mr.: William Ricketts who in session there and he will be softens the light till it will not hurt the eyes of a baby. No descrip-

.... have passed the summer at Lima tried immediately on a charge nf rape tion, can do it justice but call at our store and ask to be shown.. .. .
Ohio, came back to the sunny south and then be turned over to Lake \ ) I
(I[county to be tried for the murder of
: THE BAKERY last week.
: Mr. Stevens arrived Wednesday Deputy Wilcox._ $ $ $ $ $ $ SS ):

t : ( evening from Vermont to spend another I EDITOR 1 GLENN SIZES UP Always remember that the Osceola Hardware Company carriesa ,
in midst.
-0 E.. .A NIEMEYER PHONE 19 23r season our
Mrs. Z. Barager, who has been THE SOUTH FLORIDA BUNCHThe large stock of Furniture in connection with their big Hardware ,\
spending the summer with relativesin I I stock. \ -

Michigan, came home last Friday. editors and scribes had a bully I"
The Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliaryheld time of it yest., at least they said so, I,
;.. ._..O.. ... .. o.OO.OOOOOOOOOO..oo.oo..oo..oo..oooo their regular meeting Monday and scribes never lie. Never. It wan '
afternoon with several present who some feed that the San Juan set (before GASHUM AND SUSETTE.

have been absent all summer. Theyare them in the new dining hall, and .
,' making arrangements for a Hal we thank the famous Jordans You "What is an optimistic condition of the mind, Susette inquired. 1
New Lot ofMISSION. .e . loween social. betcha. Col. Woods was present "Why." said Gashum thoughtfully "it's like this; if I give you ;1

The Loyal Daughters will meet on with a large appetite. T. E. Fitzgerald ten dollars today real cheerfully feeling that I can make it all back :i;
Friday with Miss Ora Billingsley on of Daytona was there with his "
I would be in optimistic frame of mind.
tomorrow. an
Kentucky avenue. family. Gilbert D. Leach is fatter .'
PORCHFURNITURE Mrs. C. W. Bruns and daughter, than ever. Editor McWhorter sat beside "You haven't been optimistic for a long time have you Gashum -
,Mrs. Storey of Narcoosee were in the "Princess of Florida." Wil- ?" said Suiette coyly.Osceola ..It
,, 4t our city shopping on Wednesday.; lis Powell !got off some of his fun- .
I tt, Mr. Henry Gatcliff had the misfortune ny stuff. Scribe Bloom was ready "

t to fall from the roof of his for another.fight, Harry Brown kept
house, striking the concrete sidewalk answering telephone calls, a real
and was pretty badly shaken up but busy feller is Harry. Goolsby is Co. "
: the doctor thinks no bones are bro- some presiding officer. Jack Worth-

i ken.Dr. ington a regular clown, and W. M.
M. Puckett- Foster's son, Puck- ,Haynes the only dignified b. m of
ett-Foster, arrived Wednesday' evening the whole outfit. W. B. Harris was
from Kokomo, visit his- there also Gallemore of Bartow, and
mother and sister. I Rev. Cason squeezed in. He knows
. ; :, '**> -Including Chairs, Rockers, Miss Jane Warner and her father, all of 'em as he's preached in their
't \ who have been visiting in Ohio, arrived -towns. They know him. Congressman -
Settees Swings, Etc., for the ..
home Friday evening last. I Wilder was among those pre- I
'ti 1 arow -ups and Chalrs-'oud A birthday surprise party was given sent. Ellington and Brossier, who
at the parsonage ,fit the Christian I had the affair in hand, were some
Rockers for the children Church Tuesday evening for the pas- I boys. Come again fellers. We most
tors wife Mrs. Haynor. I Robt. E. Ward the adver-
f. forgot big
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t aiit Rev. ShaR Cook and wife came tising expert who says Chicago ain'tin

, . home on Monday after spending the it with Orange avenue.-Orlando
summer with friends in the north. Sentinel.

t. ,. Just Arrived The Loyal Women of the Christian,
,. Church will hold an all day meeting Subscribe for the Valley Gazette.PROCLAMATION. ,.
,' with Miss Hattie Louden on Ken- -
tucky Avenue.

4 ..
- SOLD. Of Special Municipal Election to Ratify The Ford Sedan is the favorite family car,

' vj* ':c. H. GRANTHAM 7TkSatitffctory Revised Plan and jBpeeincatlonsfor five comfortably.. /'enclosed car
Antique and colonial Furniture: and Bulkhead and fill Along a Portion cats
Start of the Lake Front In Klsslm- with top, it has large windows and ,t
of Fernald Home at Sanford permanent
Florida. .
. .,, mee. de1'ghtu1 .. .,
, Sold Next Week.It I Under and by virtue of authority may in a minute changed to a most ..
Ji I vested In me by the following: Resolution ( open car with always a top protecting ;,:Jagainst
of the Council of the City of KIs-
i will be interesting news to the .., Florida to-wif: tho sun. In inclement weather it is a '
people of south and central Florida I RESOLUTION. closed
1 dust-proof water-proof coldproof.Finely
I I car, ,
to know that the furniture and furnishings Wherefore It appear that owing to
the weather conditions that have with electric
prevailed upholstered. Equipped
: of the Fernald Home will be for the past eight months It
sold at private sale at the residence :i Iwould be Impractical and against the starting and lighting system and demo table -
:J No Increase in Priceoflcer in Sanford Tuesday, Wednesday and ] best Interests of the cltlsens'of .. rims with 3}!-.nch tires front and rear.'!A real ti
Immee bulkhead
I construct the and
a= ; .J .. :, : Thursday afternoons of next, week,I nil along the lake front as originally family tar. Won't you come in and look at"It? :
1+ r. : ,.' '..' , (,"'\ <,, -It. beginning at one o'clock and closing contemplated, and The delights of the electric ', -j
{ ,,'i\. I.' ... !'' + : 'd''''' '' '' at six each day. Much of this furniture I Whereas The bond Issue to ,cover :'
the the
the Initial of this work has with
/ expenses car economy
; N. \ L "' '!W';'i "" ,,--'" ,is valuable antiques, dating been ,voted and the bonds sold, which I-c .
;: ., ) '. '. '.., 1'. o' .' back hundreds of years. Furniture, said' bond Issue was based on certain Ford.' /. '
, I. ;rugs, etc., sold for the benefit of Fer- plans and specification then on lie = COMPANY
and which : OSCEOLA MOTOR
nald-Loughton the,beautiful plans and specificationsnow ATE BAN
Hospital. -
.' as appar to be Impractical In viewof
home has been donated for recent weather condItion. as above 307-9 BROADWAY'-

-.* O hospital purposes. The furnishings Indicated and PHONE 165 KISSIMMEE FLA..
} ,
Whereas The City Engineer has
e reasonable
have been
f ; priced very prepared additional and
, Buy-"Ticketand savetime 'and moniy.r and thoM who attend the sale willFRESH whereby the bulkhead rune will abe f .
drawn In approximately 116 feet along

\ \'
'. /" ,, FRUIT making a greater amount of fill In
__' 121.. ., Sc:TeiteUf gofod.fort 10 B_ ,:ea ;-7-- 7-: .:.$ 1.00 depth cltlsen at and no taxpayers greater expense of Klulmraee to the j. .8

.' 21 10001Kleta.'ao d.lor, 20 ILl.;.chT _._____......_ 2.00 andWhereas.

J" 22'2Sc'' .'good for, 50 fts & ,.:..:...-_-...---- -..::;-,. $.00 FISH Council to. ascertain It I. the the wish will of of this the
,' ,. tax entitled to
: -' : -' t : payers vote In a mu- '.4
'7:1: .. \ J '. nicipal bond election as to this contemplated ;
'"""'\ It change In plans and specifications WdC
3 i
"' f' \ .
-JI !
h Drivers give lull and ai Be tt That -
are' instructed''to '. Weight.' Complaints will, .' re-" ,, Oysters the THEREFORE Mayor of the City Resolved.of Kls.lmmee-

> ceive prompt ettegtlon. : ;*"" /) do Issue his proclamation calling for
/ ,
"I' J. l i an election to det.rmine'the questionof '

a J:' :' :, LR: T.:. :BUTLER: ,'. Manager: 503 Broadway. f making In the filed plans'the and change and In specifications accordance above mentioned with orlainally -- '

': 'xISSIMMEE STORAGE th. plans and specifications more recently A., CARSON.. President. No C.BRYAN.:. :"
.. < ,ICE A COLD CO. FISH MARKET filed, to-wltl on October 1Mb, ; \
1t'< ,,' Isle, and known as the REVISED
\""" " ,. . . ., .': .. LAKE TOHOPEKALIQA. s.nd at .
/ : -. resent on file In the office of Alan ';J.MacDononarh .,'
. i \ \ City Engineer That Wholesale ,and Retail Dealers inWE
I",,, ., .;. proclamation be published once a
l ..,, .: '.' \ Ii, , : rid.
I' ., k In three successive Issues of
'., ',,:;"" ,.',-:: 1", ':" 1 ,J' ," .' .'.1" ', ,. ' . lt .... . the Klsslmmee' Valley Gazette\ KI..Imm..e .-
!! ) \\l I' " ". ,1 _} ,,/ Newspaper .Immediately' preceding G'ROCER'IES'
< oI" said Election.I
'I" ." ... W. J. fiteed. Mayor of the said -
,,[.t r,. ,,I"n., ,'!."" >'"', (. :. ., '. ,. - City of Klsslmmee, Florida, do hereby '.- '
'i' >,.' : t. ',' ; . proclaim and declare that a special
.( .. ''." municipal election to ratify and adopt
'r/- 4 .
.,;..1 ;.:,,: ....".. I ., \ the revised plans for bulkhead and Ji", ;'"
nil above set out In the
; '- ,\ . x q resolution, will. be held In the Council 00000 . 9 . 00 000 0000000000000000': ,I'
'" ' Chamber of the City of Kla.lonmee 4. .
during the regular hours of voting,on :
r' : / BANK FOR ( the FIRST day of NOVEMBER, A. D. 0 S3LL0. o WE BUY O
,, ; BUSINESSMEN 1115. the foregoing Resolution 0' .
Lr : 0 ', ''
: ., of the Council of the City of ' ..5. ,4',
'.. ; . Klsilmmea.. The_ '! : : ''''
; form.'of.bsllot shall HIDES
,: ... :', : HAY -- - ----- -- 0' '---41':
) .-- ,..".. -,- '- ,. --. -. : --- '''---- -- - be' as follows: :!
; > Official Ballot of Special Municipal 0 O 6FURS' \

'it.,spirit of the Citizens:Bank:'' is one. of(, take. ..W*,:,,: .i'. Election Plans and to Specifications Ratify and Adopt for ,Bulkheadand Revised 0 GRAIN 1 I 0 1,4'' 1,

'recognize we owt to Business, Men a duty'.to ghre them all the financial '. ; Fill alone a portion of the Lakefront e '' '. :
*:: 4 In ,Xlsslmmee. filed October 16th, ..'
fl' assistance in our power. If:you are a Business Man our willing-' .Kit, In the office of City Engineer + FHRTILIZERSHINGLES 0O .41Y' '
'f>1 Alan ;J. MacDonoua-h. 0 0e "' '.
a I nets,, to LeJp'fouil only'limited by your Willingness to show us you : : I'question Make a of Cro.your. ,-cbol(X) _mark before the -- S ,V. '0 I \.<.f+" "'

-+ t, ( are .worthy' ,of*help.{:\ .> '1 VOTE FOR ONE. e' > O AND ; 't ;" I V1,<"Ore "

JAa cut' For Ratifying; and Adopting Revised 0 ORANGE *>, f ; ,
BOXES r.jf
: will ;
I ( : en seta. .basiawfrieadskip r.If r. Plans, for Bulkhead and : : ;

;" we are tantsdy ,sofidtoos to .\ FilL' 0 t : ALL ''I"p 'r, : ..:'

e t' Against Ratifying and' Adopting ORANGE "WRAPS . \ ... .....'. .
'I_ witk May kaw dad '
e. .
r ; f we T- Revised. Plan for..Bulkhead and \ t 'J' ,
Aleg + i
i '11; The. tollowln.uallfte4 ""Voters are .S r

r, .. ., .. . ...,. hereby appointed to serve as officers " .
: 1 of said election CRATE ,NAILS 0e
.. special J 0 PRODUCE :.,
: S Kate T. N.and Clark.H. N.John Bratton.IN McPhatt.r.. Edgar .. i : -" . .., ., .:0e00 :

; Citizens; BankOF -" r hereunto- WITNESS set my hand-WHEREOF, a> Mayor I'of have the . ... . ."... . . 1 .,00 0 *. *'* *'* *;;

.. N1pgtIflH DEPOSITS I City of Klsslmmee, Florida and -. ---..:. . ..., ..
I ] tiles : . caused tire corporate seal of aaldCity l. f" fI
u . ,="'... -i."I .t\" S 1 .. .K"ISSIMM'EE' .-.t. ", ,\\t, '>. j ,, "ill''"'' ..... attested, to be by hereto the City affixed Clerk, and, this the same Ittk We sell Field and Garden Seeds 'of all kind, r ;a ,. '}i,
r .11' '" ', v .' '' day 'of October,-'A. D. 111*. W. girl special attentioD to fitting out Lutiq and ,
<' ( .. ,. ,. I'NSURED' carping parties: t.
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: ., .
'J -c ? Free
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