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 24, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00930
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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i MEETING"' BOARD OF WOODALL GOES WITH WILL, OPEN 'LUNCHROOM HIGH' SCHOOL ":STUDENTS':' TO, '\



.STATE, 'ROAD 'DEP'T, FOR! SCHOOL "

; TRADE SATURDAY NIGHT IssuE SCHOOL PAPER SOON

Jim 'WoodaU, 'who has been proving A movement to.provide a oealrabi .
one 'of the .belt city.''marshal p}ace where school children who are -
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--, Klsslmmee has ever bad and who has I hour, may procure a hot lunch for a 'I I All school kiddies take heed. School green and golds I ''In. honor oath
A spedlal meeting; ;'the board of I been doing especially rood :'work on small sum, is being endorsed by the will .begin next Monday promptly at 1 senior's colors Misses' Ruth, Campbell
trad*" h. been .ealled: by president! WAR.WORK PLEDGES WERE the streets; was called this week to public generally here and the oth. nine o'clock, this will really be at and Thelma Sutton'will becap*
H. C.1 Stanford for 'tomorrow (Saturday MUDDLED AT JAX OFFICE,a position with the State highwaydepartment ers'-Teachers club, which Is. sponsor; the same hour as usual if yew ask I. tain of these. sides respectively dur ,4'lu :
) night'at which .time Mr. C.,:,,. in connection with road ,for the project, ii working out the the sun but' Uncle Sam says: the campaign for membership.- -
S. Ucker.. executive vice-president of ,J work. The offer' came somewhat asa 'details of .establishing such a ,room as hands of the clock must be turned The literary feature of the school
..: .the Southern Settlement and Development "'1'Editor(>> Valley Gazette my'knowle&e .that surprise >to the city' council but rapidly as'possible. ,back one hour on Sunday night, Organization-and 'Dr.W; 'F: : It has come to have they were unwilling to stand in the ( The old Baptist church on 'Church hence the change of the opening hour > society known a* the Lanier Liter-i"
?. Blackman, will address the member'on .a'great many of our citizens way of the advancement of any.KlsImmee -: street--which is an ideal location is of school. The fifteen minute recess cry, Society ins:'organised some time
the subject of organizing a,.Florida . receiy"notlce ,from the Jacksonvilleoffice . boy and they met Monday being. fitted upby the' county board of will be observed 1ft'the'mornlne session aco.'.. was also "The Henry Grady
,, j Land Owners Association. that their pledges to the United afternoon to' release him from duty. (Public Instruction: with the necessary and school dismiss for .the noon Debating Club." The literary society
rMr., Ucker .nd" Dr.\ Blackman are W r''Work, Fund were delinquent' Mayor W.'J. Steed appointed Floyd tables and benches. beur' at -twelvethirty.I hold forth each FrId.y'an.rnoo. In-
making a tour of the state address'Ingcommercial when in reality they had paid up In 'Tyson in Marshal Woodall's place, Mrs. Steed, who Is deeply. Interested i I The short recess will be in the afternoon th auditorium, and at the Warn hoar
: 'and'othe7' civic bodies ';full.' I deice through this! In..na.to which, was immediately approved by I I in the movement, will act in the from now on and school dos the debating club II. threshing; oat
on ,this question,and Mr. Stanford. explain that such notice were sent the council, and who entered upon hi* capacity of matron and wilt. be, assisted '' for the day at three-fortjrjflve. 1: mighty problem In the ninth grade
'hopel'that' a large number of mem-., out from said office entirely ,through duties at once. by Miss NellieBest: 1 lei| Every' department of the'regular class room. The student body Is
been of the board and others interest- mistake. I have'personally. ,view visited..of! Mr. Tyson has also served the city: ,The plan.of serving hot lunches is school work is moving with the pre1 obliged to participate in one of these-
; .d' in the development of this section the Jacksonville office with at a* marshal, and his food work,la too ; 'j r charitable purposes> but will eillon' and efficiency of machinery, organizations. was given they "
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will come, out to hear them. clearing, this matter -op, and well, known- need comment.The be carried out, on .a self-supporting and the activities outside the study choice of selection Wonderful 'en"' .
The .following''letter wa* rcelpdbT assured that each person who I council was fortunate ha"lng. basis The lunches are to be patronIzed. ., routine which neverthelessvtsy soimportant' thusiasm has developed along both
1 Mr. Stanford' from Dr. Blackman; has,been:so notified will within the man'with his. experience to fill the by teachers and pupils alike a part "3 in rounding, out liner and the eo test "'continues" tIP'
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I this week: next few days, receive a letter the place. With Mr. 'l'yaon"as marshaland wherever they find'' it, convenient to the- education of the boy car girl are grow in interest '
JcksonvilleFla.[ .. Oct.. 20, 1919. the .Jacu nvm. office explaining night marshal Charlie Prevatton do so; and Is of course, in no, sense 'taow being; stressed. . .Today's session,will be a* follow;
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": Mr. H. C."'Stanford, mistake. A*"1 1 wa director shiir of r the job the city is certain. of adequate compulsory. >. I| The latest of these activities to receive I,
a' President BeCrd of- Trade,- 1 I and treasurer monies at received point police protection. The ladles have been :making a.' prominence Is the school paper,I Roll call, &Olwere4.witl.qaotaU..*;
Klsslmmee. Fla. and have turned In all to Mr.'t Mr. Woodalt is. well worthy of the hpuse. to house canvass1 this week, which, will soon make Ita' bow to the'from Lanler.1 " **
My Dear Mr. Stanford: bv me as county treasurer feel position offered him by the State to secure subscription sufficient to public., n. will,be known as the Uto- I t-Llfe of Lanler," Miss Frances.
Mr. Ucker and Lara to bold out: A. T. Perry, ataktreaau1'er I highway people, ale Just naturally' cover.the cost of the.first'month before lakean, as of yore, and will appear asa Krtts.' ,.
:first meeting in Jacksonville tonight, that a great injustice has been dons who understands! grading and road making -" opening; the door of their lunch''' monthly paper with a large annual Reading Mill Gladys Griffin.
and are then Gainesville; m., and I treat that any person from the foundation up, and his! room. ..They have been well receivedby which probably will be in book form Reading' Miss Leah. Sersbe .
.,we WiU plan to follow;.the itinerary, does not 'receive ample and full will explanatlon at- loss will be felt by the city' officials : the public generally 'and expect to I 1 The editorial staff is aa follows' Songs of the Society, Miss (fl'Det.;
: m copy of which I have already, sent within a few days' though they gladly released him nerving" savory dishes soon .to hungry Business manager,' Miss Louise Hess; ia
"you. :once notify me., I have In my that possession I' 'from duty here'" in view of the fine 1 little ones at' a cost so small that assistant business manager' Miss ..JoMaklnson .' Lancaster.D.b.tlag Oak.
,We are looking forward with great'interest now the m'lter"lllt who position he was accepting. -I Ir it will just cover the expense. ; editor-in-chief Bryan6impaonassodat.ditor 'I "Resolved.-That Certain ClrcnmstancesJustify' -'
to-our-m..ting-InKiutmmed. ..macl.e..oL..au.1. >\ed I showing r- --WoodaU'-wiU'-mak.-1ai'he.d-j I. ,.Theflubwillannounceitsopening.lfag !: ,..KIe.-COr- -a'-D.partur from
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and I trust that you will make everyeffort have paid. J. L.; O7ERRSTREE1"! I quarters at Orlando.SNERIFf at an early date.DRa'CHRIST . ._ ,malls Lancaster] circulation manager, the Truth." .
to get a representative and influential -- -----------_.. Mill, Ruth Campbell; literary editor, Atlirm.U.e-LaWreDce Parker ',and.
_-, body of men and women to- :MRS. A. COnEkMAKBUTS WTEREST ,Miss Dorothy Denning;' atheistic.edi I Murray Overstreet. .
.. gather to'bear Mr. ticker's address.'' IN, COTTERMAN BLOCK' INGRAM IS4 CLOSESi tor for boys; Frank Woodall 'forirk N.ptlft-Mi. Lottie Barbel*
., I say this a* much In the interest,. .* Miss Alpha\ Westfalls I reporter'for and Edna Mathews. '
.-' of Kisslmmee'as of the State in generaL ]t'l. good indication of the healthy literary society.Miss Edith Mil :, Athletic 'spirit in the Osceola High
Mr. Ucker Is a tireless and remarkably condition of realty circles when home DEAL ISLAND ler; for debating; club, C. H. Summers School simply cannot, be beaten, and
;'- effective publicity .man. people' .re' investing; their money in SHIPPING PEPPERS JOB ; for 12th grade Mis Grace notwithstanding seemingly insuremountable
., He ha a'large-force ot'..tenographore home 'property. A deal has been Eleanor Grave; for llth1 grade, obstacles the boy have
: in his office, arid carries on a'very completed whereby .Mrs. A. Cotter-' relativ6' Murray Overs tree t; for 10th grade taken .'' brief rest and have voted to. t..
eztenave-i correspondence allover' the man Ha* purchased the right' of all While. the season for shipping peppers A deal Oliver's' Island Miss'',Thelma Button;\ for-0th grade, renew. .their football praetlo..hla (act'
country, with reference to conditionsand heirs of the Cotterman estate, is a week or two 'off yet Sheriff which' has been pending for sometime ,Lily Chapman for-domestic .science., they have accepted ;to
prospect In the south;, be Ides the handsome brick block at the corner '.L. H. Ingram, who Is one of Osceola's' has been'closed, and Dr. C. D. Miss Dorothy;Wells, for expression,meet Orlando on. Klsslmmee's ground
." this; he:: travel' constantly. making the of Broadway and Poaslel. avenue growers whq tempts the weather manevery Christ, of Orlando. is now:KB owner. department Miss Jeanette Prevatt; next Friday, the1,81st.. : .;
1\\ addresses, and meeting thousand of and I. now sol owner. season, is sending a few cratesof | The property. which, was sold for music department,] Miss, Emily "- The girls have tired of welting.for
: people. I am anxious that be should The building I II one of the newest fine specimen to Northern markts. through. A. E. Donegan brought aandenon.I .- ''' cooler weather' and have'invadedthe,
; have the best possible impression of blocks In Klsslmmee, and I.1 now oc- Mr. Ingram is growing about handsome price- it la I understood I I The price of the 'paper will be. fifty:.basket ball court some twelve or fifteen '
.. your town and the neighboring region cupied by the postoffice on. ten three acres of thla vigetable on his though no figure' were, made public. cent for the entire DIne months'subscription strong;; .They are being coachedby
and I believe that he can do you contract and by store and of- land facing on Sumner sfVeet He I .The property .is' a lovely Island ,' which i of coarse, includesthe ) Miss 'lone Hough;'and the present
a great deal of good. year valued at some $16,000 says' the outlook for the crop ia exceptionally about two miles and a half from Kls- annual. L prospects are favorable ,for a win<
Aees. It was t., .
., Assuring you that. we are looking' before war-condltions set new *tndaraV ,: fine. the pepper are setting simmer, and. mile from- the west Steps will be'taken' 'at'once'loTseji'cure JatM- .v.' - -
'forward 'with pleasure to our meet-. tn building material. full on the plant and- are developing ,:shore of Laka.Tohopekallga.' '' It cornprissnearly -'' a record subscription .list' ana f "TM te firstgama: -WUIbe'plabaresome
lug, I remain I to a good size. Mr. Ingram i 200 acres with about the student body of the high school time in November,. with Sanford -
Cordiallyyoan, I ha not heard from his shipment. yet;thirty,Ucres of grove, ten acre of'will organize opposing Bide*" called' ae their radversery- -
W. F. BLACKMAN.BAND .,. Welcome the tourist but I* expecting;, a good price. pecan trees and nearly forty- acre ' ,
'- ----- 1 lot fine 'farm land 'wblch is now in I I '
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KISS1MMEE IS OFFERED 'KERAMIC CLUB MEETING WELL'cultivation; The remainder of the 1s-;; MASS MEETING SUNDAY '<
FARMER WJIUJAY
, WILL' GO ,TO |; /'-PLACE:.ON..NEW-AIR: 'ROUTE' -ATTENDED.' "*.!=: .,< .t, -J ;J 'jI i I' MOT GENERALLY ATTENDED ,, ,

'I I I TheN' are four residences on the J I I Sunday '
I ,Haldeman :and K. Klsslmmee's Keramlcclub/ has Ir. I. The, mas* meeting 'called CUWAITJvRoaduperintendenC
Limits..Cec: W. I. revlved -'r.Wand and anumber'. of wonderful ON ( ;
'; BARTOW NOV. 11 1 1 1y Q. Williams, former army, aviators its meetings-at Mrs. S. H. Bul 110.-11I1''-....ll.."' \ afternoon I i for tbe general discussionof .;: ,
located '&t Carlsirom field were in lock'. studio and the session,, held' on Dr. Christ I. 'oh*'of south Florida's the plan to provide some permanent '
..*; f*> ," / j/ : ';\,,Kisslmmee' last night from falreland.when }Tuesday. afternoon. of. ,last week was J most famous physicians, and It is memorial' the ,KUsiramee raol-' L. R. Farmer..
[That the 'Kissimme oncert Band, they have organised ,>a com.(well attended. .with'pleasure that the cltUens of''dion-of the" world twar..;did not >receive'the who tendered' Ms resignation at the
4 Is appreciated by othee. cities -ia-the ,'merciil :aviation'company? ,known as ,r A* i I. -pleasant' custom 'ofthe: -Klsslmmee will learn that he has i support' of public 'for last meeting of the boaajl of county
State is evidenced in the part several the Intercity 'Airline Corporation,and.:dub dainty sandwiches and tea refreshed !joined the' business circles here. ,, Dr. 'some ,:reason, ,,in fact;'tho; attendance.,commissioner and aekel .''to be (reI1evedbyby
weeks by_lnqulries.for. the sere.metwith.few-of..business,men' the worker late in the afternoon Chirst expresed his' Intentipn of developing was so small that the proposed' speak Nov'1st' ......
ive of the band on 'Armistice Day, at the council chamber. Mr*. L. H. Ingram assisting his property along; a numberof I lug was dispensed with. ? sd,will'.N' toroad.tIola btII14,
made were"b.re"to In.terest . Bullock In | After several sanctions | '
The band has already arrangement These gentlemen Mrs. serving. line*. I made he pcs,
for an engagement at Bartow our citizens in taking stock, in Mr. Oliver who bun just .old, this band Dr. W.i' B. WHherspoon'. 'i red )'$
for this day to play for a parade and their company, which 'has'for Its officers -I Mrs. E. L. Lesley -cam; borne Sat. valuable tract; will now devote his'i a brief, talk stating that; the Mlnlw'I tt.Farmer: -y e eet(, Ltter ac.f'f.r .
a big dance at night. This week the Bert E. Betts of Jacksonville( ,nrday from a delightful viilfwith. time'to developing hi. farm property tonal Association! hail'shoulbe some fl'omtbe tate road department' '
,Orlando board of trade also tried to president; ,J.;J.. Hafdeman.ofJacksenvU1.'vkepresldentf her sisters at. Fort Pierce.KiiMItEIEdWESTNf1'1i. in I north west Kisimraee.[ it is said I suitable memorial built ,which heat -fint. decided to ,__pt. *'
; engage'the.band for the llth. Itis W.-T.'MlUer,, by the city, if not now,at some future He had twoV; proposition ,
probable the band, will -play at secretary-treaaorer Q-Wil time. The association had room"'one-to takecharge aa !superintendentof
the Dramatic Order Knights of :flame, traffic manager and pilot;. mended the plan to the' city .council; of maintenance of state road in the
Khorassaa Ceremonial. Oct. p ..29'1. t Lout..'Geo.K W.' Haldeman. business ; suggesting that possibly an '..aditolum. .- dlatlict. com rtaiDe_. PoHe.. 'OsceoU;' !<
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Orlando. ' company is capitalized a council.rcbamber-, a \." Sri Orange\tSenmole aid Lake counties,,
,. Special Notice. :>t $1000,000, and they an placing the ,, headquarter and -a'band"'or to have charge of one of the con-,(
Tuesday night concerts will be "re-,stock in cities and,towne adjacent to room [might all be combined in onelargo viet, construction/campl.- Either quest night" an person desiring ia:'Lakeland. Each" town when tock : tbuilding,to* be ; dedicated to these.posltlonsjwould. have paid! considerably -..
'.pedal number played will please no-',ls sold! .m.be placed. on the circuit CELEBRATE :ARMISTICE DAY the boy who helped make, the 'world"., ) more, than ,Mr..F.rm.r\\U*
tffr1' Mr.. Sharons.'b.fon,1' o'clockachTuesday 1 and .1nhlpa'' will safe for 'democracy.
,of the company ; \i reeelvlnB- from this -county- bat afternoon' "* ,..have regular day there to carry,up ,..._ Witherspoon stated that the'Cltr' : has a nice homo here and .u engaged' ( '
.:: W. are very unlortunate'1n1011ne/''passengers, the rate 118m*;,'lIfteen -- I was now paying .'01'<..acconunodatlont -;'ia the cattle trosJaess in a small way,
.fi Mr. J. M.:'Woodall from the band, h. ,dollars' forma fifteen.ninnteVi flight.J Mayor W.: Steed;' e called-the citycouncil After looking over''I the. unto'nthey for its department' 'the and.after thiaklng the matter,over
baring accepted'' a' position; with 'the, t>n' account of' theIr: limited time together yesterday to consid discovered-that'the. close neighboring equivalent-of-the interest .on 110,000 decided'.to. ,,,remain in': Klulmme fOsceola ..:
State road Elmo Griffin here' they decided to- return. next .r-'urine a fitting celebration tor ; cities had alroAd,,'railed large i icKhe said was something-.to eon,: county 1*, to be' eoa.ria-- .
"ha, taken on theplaying of has. iaAir. ;;Wednesday: and ,,remain two' day,, :'Armistice'Day, ,which, I*. of' course,, fond for'celebrations' and-had,'ex- .1.uft'8ltd"\b, ,J. .em.B'J .upon-.Uw retention>f'so ..aiaible .
.'.Woodall'* -place,-.nd ills*position.''Wednesday; and Thursday! carrying November'llth. : ; -. -" { tensively'advertised: "event; .'',Jt 1< 'He i'- \oia .a' man 'at ,the head,of.her;;road':. K." ::::::.
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of.trustee of the band'hu' been filled up passenger and ptaiJne; the details -I At first it seemed plausible to hold became. apparent to the' committee should be kept in tact and carried 0'1I I system a* Mr.>Farmer. He cats "r-)
by Mr.. Murray Overstreet. of .their proposition. a celebration such' as Kissimme,and I that with such a short time to perfect; er till some future time when action' g.Wreapabl';and+"...................
';yonwant, togo npjn the air"ee Osceola county' would be proud of, their plans it would be' inadvisablefor could be taken 1t'.tb. audience .. eft-worked .wonder* in..oarroadystem a
: GOOD WORK>r METHODIST Sammy Lupfer, or 'r"be. a on the and the council appointed Mayor Kissimme* to attempt to compete sired and".3.-- L.' Overstreet proposed t sine* bl.'inumbepey. : ,;
rround nestWednesday or Thursday Steed, W.',B.. Crawford and A. J.MacDehough .1 with Orlando 'Lakeland and other that,.It', be left In the hands 'of' thej : ; :4 ,

.COMMITTEE. .- ,- a committee to look into place., and by.a.u1l&nlJnou. vote the Ministerial' A.aodatlon'.nd the A.;, E.;BOrlEGAN'LEASUv. -'. ;.
the matter., . ' celebration* called off. council jointly to be acted upon atlaebtime ..: '
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The commit --appointed by Rev.ft JJOTICE.: -- '-" a* they'.w.ftt.Thl.. motion > "J.'fHI'' BROKSjON"" WftLWae,
.: F. Hodnett, pastor of the First "" met the sanction' of the audience '
Methodist; church to- secure ''sub I It'' a.I a Violation "o'th.*ordinances RELATION OF NEWSPAPERS -< ERADICATION, OF 'TICK, and the meeting _was dismissed. A;'E. Donejran ha leasedrtiei eerie. r'Bronson
scriptions: for th e' Florida Christian lof. KUslmmee to in any' manner obstruct TO FARMING INTERESTS RAISES VALUE"OF STOCK bonding1, the handsAn three,
Advocate published at Lakeland! the *treet*, sidewalks or al- ; .. It*takes Wauchula'men to wake ep('storybrick, .block fon, Broadwair,
which 1* the official organ for ,that leys. ,,This applies to th*. tying whereIthey of '. 2'be 'prosperity, Gf.Dew.paper' .Go mm.ntt;: Wie shod that some of the merchants, in ..neighboring.towns. -" and will occupy the second floorbi.'realty''oflies. >"wltb
Church for' Florida; baa met with a'cow*, horse or, other animal depends very largely on the r prosperity -j Florida cattle, other than ... Messrs..''F. [ .' " 7" ; x:;'9'
flattering reception by the..members,: may obstruct, traffic. This ordinance .- of the farmers in their respective have increased in ,.. mllcb'tow.'j and 'J. G. Anderson ,recentl StePben.j, 'The- first floor ocnpledrv: by"the ,
j and a* nowp fine list of subscribers..' will{ be strictly: enforced. communities,': Harry ..Brown of St. head during the past the Cut Price Store at, Lakeland at, ; Charles Breaker barber 'seep and'
v Tbe-'eommrtt. i the pastor this-week and, after talking its Relation of the Farmer and LiveStock Mississippi where'' the fever tick city to close out the\ stock.; Wednesday :,I vacant.. >The ,' Moos r -lod>* -makes, Y
over the situation it became ambitious county' U to celebrate: ,Man to the Newspaper of the quarantine has been lifted'.tlte value 1 1I rooming they had ,a page ad in headquarters ,in ;V.the'' tpacf N. lodge rl ;
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to place this paper in ,every prosperity, with a, county: :fair to ba State at, the,Live Stock Roundup in I ha* increased< f4.8O'pel' head, which I the Tampa Morning; ,Tribune and,,room.on the third floor sad'Mr.-Al-
:6 Methodist. home, in this city l held in January.' This t monthha.. Gainesville last ,week.,, f Is 22 per cent-of- their values," Dr.I Wednesday evening; a. double pace' ad lea also has 'a room there' z.;Base; ., .
This may necessitate the raising, of,been selected because ,the largest "The'' reader of local newspaper I E.; M. NJghbert .a.id' at the LiveStock .in the Lakeland Evening; Telegram.:one of the city's'wall, :known attorn-1 ,
a fund to cover the cost to those who number, of 'tourist will 1 be"present are interested the live' stock de Roundup -in, discussing The.,Wauchnla men, know 'advertisingmake.buslnesc ,,eye,will continue ,to occupy, his room*
feel they'-eannot-ubcribe--and-. then.to-partlelpate,in tha..fesUvitlaB. .lopment"ao-"hen, 'OQ'buy a.purebred Federal Quarantine and Rising;Cost' That's the reason:-on -the-second floor.- '* r': V? "
'plan for this fund win likely:be The stock show and, citrus display animal, or one of,your BOW f arrow : of Conducting the Cattle, Business in the Advocate carries worked out later. Certain It 1 Ia the will be' leading. .features' '.-Gainesville) ,a large number of pigs, telephone the Tick InfestedArea,: than any other country cently, returned from Franc/ha* 'ac-. ,
committee have taken for/ -their/sle- Daily. New ., the new to the editor. Also,1 "Expense 'connected with ;'tattle newspaper Weuehul' ;" and that's cepted a, position with.Mr.;';'.. gun.'Brother' ,'
.an: "A' Christian Advocate for Kv-! let him know how yea are getting raising have increased faster than the reason |f. the best in_ the -.realty ,business. ,':, '
Methodist Family" and lnothinshort 1 Manarer Woodbeck of the' CasinOaccepted long;. ,with -eradication for we values 'in, Florida,' and many of the business town of Its size in. the state.Waachula -
of this will Msfy. ,.' .,an invitation to a showing people In St. John*'county are, intensely beat meat market, are i t'Specialixlnff Advocate. Coleman has returned from ,
; Mrs.' John McPhatUr,U, chairman ol."The IIlrIeal,Man" at the Strand Interested in what counties In the sale of Western beef, as i* evidenced International Convention* will'
cf,the committee,\with a. list of effi Theater at .Tam Tuesday H* ..- are doing; to get rid of the cattle tick. by the advertisement I.hold 'Mr. 'and Mrs. C._ H. Garrett..of preaeh at the,usual ,hour -aut,Sun-. .: 3.
cle fellow. worker -port.the picture without doubt the Invite, the editor and his' family in my hand,'clipped from Florida paper Schenectady, 'N. Y.. who' are). touring' day' It I l' Importantlhat aB;' mem-, ..;" '
greatest production ever seen on the bat to dinner ocasionally. It will give. *,. showing that oar people are Florida, in their auto ware In KJa.slmmee bars aMend and hear "reports at,.th a M
J. Hi: Steffee. .of Winter Haren: green: and 'arranged. a booking for him oportonity to, see what yon willing pay higher prices for' meat the week guest at the.Cray- forenoon, service, 'and..mpipebfle, U.'
was in ,Klsslmmee Wednesday Casino in the near future. . -" cordially invited.' ; rS-Xr:
> patron. ., car accomplishing in-your'efforts for grown' under tick free condttlowi' stone ;; : / u _
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live
'' .-7 better stock andbetterfari ing. '
: .; '' . A Dnval ,county 'JlII'' club boy',recently riRAwN"iFOa
.: DAYLIGHT. < :SAVING CEASES" MR.-AMD. MRS. ,WOODBECK.: sold four of his'purebred Da- JURORS ; 'I
I. roc' pigs to. the,DaYal County Prison 'I
i} 'TO OF WEEKfeetoyon ",r NiERTAIN' AT. '.DINNER 'Farm, for fw. Another' club boy of TERM OF" CIRGUFF-COURT; "

. EXIST END r' ;Jrlfi.lZ. Woodbeck this county has realized enough from .. .. _._, .\.-,. .,.,.-. .
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,,...... O. entertained hU;Berkshire( -80W'to .pay for-one -ofth **-*-.'.".. ** .*.' "iK.vj'-c-. -7'u"_-.,..., '.. .,"" -.. ........ r":'". .

\, At,'1''.o'clock ....* "'Snnday'.raornlnff: might .watt'unta'the:following last Saturday at dinner aiag:at.n.o'dock at .their attractive e.Florida ptattonal. Bank Aberdeen. Th* ,following.'.U"alist of:.names :bee, \Rt G.; L.anler. 'd'Bass.'IJ.' .L.. '
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rthe dafUebJawwU1. : cease.,to morning and ,experience. the ,home on Brack street whentoverswere Angus paves 'This-....- boY'a.,sow draWIt't." serve aa'urors'at 'tis.'FsU :Hardy. Jv a' Base E.II. ..Fantail. ?r"
.at 9feloek. roenUy.farrowed '10. perfect. beauties .. B.amanE,: L. Lesley. A.
novel eenaatkm of getting '
i' : up .
laid for nine.
;jfanctloo. ,and all.docks. should be. .set and having : ; .. the' and which, exactly duplicate. herAral term circuit,, eonrt.;"which-convne. ,J.W.ilWlleri'J. ; . ram.."a.
hot
hick, ease hoar, at that, ttime, Of, 'The church will bold.ervikooe.Lat hostesses with.te presented a beautiful' cut glass Utter. The first'19 all lived,and Monds .,tkteb.r ;l1th; ,..... )JOWarren" /;*>** lrnl'r.J.Jd' ,B..I..L:.,. ; \
eooTM,, if you prelsr;npt to have your 11 'o'clock by ''the new time, which orangebowl as. the event celebrated the second: farrow ,,of 10 promise to Barber, H.: C.. IBCarasar. Gv'; J(.'..roaac".J e1c'S0. :--'
beauty 'sleep disturbed' by such aliord- la. Ia reality. the' some ttme by.the I their'twelfth .wedding, anniversary. do the ama;; r .< :/ B. XIImeT.P3.' .Ifc JLkarJ w.JI . .. L..Bas., w..
1. id"consideration aa the correct time, that they have beer held heretofore H. Armstrong.C.. : '
you can set the clock back befor.* retkrtng .., AlUether"church gatherings will also X1U11III""" en wU1"Ut'e" ,,a"cfauceto (n.'tilMingtltoi ;:wi1 ;.oon' 'bIaheck" Bailey." C.,P.*Coyle.W.r P.LaaaL.- B. g site s,"... 4 Gfbeet,; ;>B. .&'. u. J,1.4A

;.and>.itJ; will-have i th*.*am*' afV.'b.* Doe-hour.......by'th*.new Urn* J' e/-----t-' ; '. ... .. -\> '.,;, Sellers c.- Jt..Warden,:'.lolaa.. ..r.I -,!,'Baictai'L". J. : '. Dstldloul.: 'If',,/ ')!;'.
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5- .1'W. ' .. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY, GAZETTE,. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24, '1.1> '" .

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Are CoritipatecL j The Board of County Commission- j the board, to allow them an .acceptance f.

a. : era in and for the county of Osceola, for four months, for $1.000 _

.,. met. at 1 a. m. on October 6th,, there ;same being the ,amount the board allowed ML r_

.... E.beta, present A. F. BasS, chairman; for subscriptions to paper. Up-:
14 D. Overstreet. Ernest Mach
onmotion ,of Commissioner Partin K
John Partin. B.' H. Guy. commissioners seconded by Commissioner' Guy, request I .' *
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Pat .Johnston. attorney for the was granted' I ., ..
Df. Caldwell's Syrup ,Pepsinis board, and J. L. Ovcrstreet, clerk. The clerk' presented bill of Dr.
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": > The board was called to order by Weaver for' gas and oil, and asked
its chairman,. A. F. Bass, and the the boad to advise him what disposition

a combination. of simple .laxarive and minutes the previous session read to make .of it; board instructed IsjN

$ approved clerk to pass such bill to Saturday
., herbs with pepsin gentle in action I Mr. Milton Pledger appeared before for final action. '* <;
the' board and requested them to Mr. Claude-. Johnson reported to

pus a resolution asking the Compo the board that there was a small boy )

yjfU-d,especially adapted as a remedy for troUer to authorize the Clerk of the ;living in St. Cloud by the. name of ,
'Court to cancel certain tax,, oartifl-
J: Hulbert, who had been working, but
elderly people women and children. It cater against lands of Mr. E. I,. Les- ;now was 'forced to attend school, and trTHE
The
ley. board
instructed Mr. Pled- that his grandmother was not able f
: get to make written request describing to support him while hewas in
4. is the standard family remedy in count- the lands and setting forth definitely school and he slaked them to 'allow

what .he wanted and his re- the grand mother $10 month for !

'' less homes. Sold by druggists every- quest would be considered. maintenance while th*per boy was in

I The clerk informed the board that school. Upon) motion of Commissioner ..-4p''ab... r.;

the road and bridge .fund, and th i Guy, and secoinded Commissioner oJ' ,
by .
where for 50 cts. and $1.00-two sizes. '
general fund .
: revenue was short Partin 'and carried request. demonstrated ,;
.and asked them to make. arrange- was granted and the clerk instructedto Great War

orientsfor-a--loan toeach' of said draw a warrant for such amountto we shall never for 1

ati . 5' funds whereupon the board passed a Mrs. J. Kerkendall. get-the dollars-and-cents value of
resolution authorizing, the clerk. to The board instructed the clerk to /
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secure such: loans. ,draw vouchers on S. R. & B. DistrictNo. "fun." It was music and vaudeville! :1
trial bottle be obtained free of I Mr. E. B. Haven of Loughman "
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can I appeared 3. as follows: Florida Engineering
and clean fun.of kind which
I before the board in the interests i every 't'
charge by writing to Dr. W. R Caldwell, and Contracting Co. work com

i 457 Washington St., Monticello Illinois.i .and of the proposed special road pleted $3. 24.53; R. G. Reynolds for gave our boys in France the "peP" ;
bridge district as prayed for in i'i
services as engineer, $205; S. R. & 'l
that made them unbeatable. We : ;
tiled with
petition the board at their
Jf District. ,No.2. S. W. Porter for .
regular session September 1. whei'rupon. "T premium on bonds of trustees $12.50; ; :will put the same "pep" into you.

f after the board 'had discussed ;S. R. & B. District No.1. bond trustees ,

. . . . . . . ... ........-....-..-.......- .. ..-..-..-.-.. the matter with Mr. Haven Commissioner j for commissions, $138.63,
... ..... ..... ........ .... .... .... ..." Overstreet made a motion & Smith workon
Warrant to Hull for
,that the clerk be instructed to write dip vats $589; to Mrs. N. Bron- FLORIDA STATE FAIR i
,
' OLD AGE STARTS the board of county commissioners ,
[ son for maintenance $9, to be paH:
lof Polk county to advise that board-
during( the term of school.
Florida
WITH YOUR KIDNEYS what they,; intended to do toward es- The clerk presented and read in Jacksonville,

r tablishing a S. R. and B. district as ,open board a letter from Mr. R. A. NOVEMBER 22.29 .It
per plans and what part of the ex-
Selene ears that old sir* bes-lns with swallow of water. The oil stimulatesthe pense they would assume in estab- Bartow asking that they raise the
weakened kidneys and digestive orrna. kidney action and enables the amount of maintenance now being
; orrans to throw off the poisons which lishing such road. Motion seconded Mrs. M. of .
This being true It Is essy to believethat paid to Smith on account -
h. by keeping the>kidneys and dig..ttr..rgan.cl..na.d causS'premature. old age. New Jlfe alld.tr.n.t.b by Comissioner Guy and carried. ;condition of Mr. Jos. N. Smith her
.... .... atid-Oi properworklnsr increase. as you continue tb.treatmt. I Mr. Hallows engineer in charge of husband matter .
When completely restored ; passed.
bs deferred I
order old age can
the road
Melbourne
i and life prolonged far beyond that enjoyed continue taking capsule or two each presented estimate The following\ bills were examined
day. GOLD MEDAL Uajtrlera I Oil Capsules -' of work completed on S. R. &
the ordered to-wit
by averace person. paid
approved and : NOTICE
will keep :you In health and vlcer SPECIAL
B. District
No.2. as follows: Total
ME'DA1.Haa.rl.m ..... A F Bass commissionerS 6.Of
't For over 2M :ye-r GOLD and prevent a. return of the dl. r
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Commissioner eommU'r 6.00
$1,972.90, whereupon :K It n Overstreet
on has been relieving; the. Do not old age or diseasehave
4 weaknesses and disability: due to adaleing settled lJo.t for .. Go to-yourdruggist Overstreet made a motion that such John Parlln, commlniiloner.. .,.__ IDAOilrnesl .<|
l .00B
years. It I. a standard oldtime and ret a box of GOLD ,amount be applied on retained per- H Guy.Mach romii<. inn.-r.______ 1seeJ ( \
TO
cpmmlMloner -+ ALL-
; home remedy and needs no Intro- MEDAL Haarlem 011 Capeules. Moneyrefunded : centage paid the contracting company L, Ovr-treet clerk __ 119.0"Pat
ductlon. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil IsInclosed If they do not help Tbrea uuhh
<< you. ______ ___. ZO.MW
Johnston
motion seconded Commissioner atty
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In odorless, tastelesi ospsulescontslnlns slses. But remember to ask for the ____
each. Take GOLD MEDAL bran. and B Crawford. pro attv SIT II
; 4>out drops original Imported Mach carried.
.. would with In sealed cka-e_. M Murphy, county Judge" ____ Z5.noR .H. T. ARMINGTON & SONS of Jacksonville
them you a pill a small p> Messrs. W. W. Clark and 'H. L. Thor Weaver. d.m am.______ 10000 ,
.''.. ,..:.. ''' ''". '''" Overstreet came before the board :L. H Ingrain CAre of jail--____ lit" ,

,ci ; and made request that the' new road J A E M BASH L Chancey, janitor'malnt________.____u___ 60.00 10.no ''Florida ,carry full and complete stock of all sizes

just opened: uo from Campbell station J B Owen malnt ______ 10.00
un
'. to Lewis Johnson place be grad- :Mr ;J E Btenson malnt u____ 10.00J
',. ed. Mr. Farmer being present stated .\ Pott.>t. main months.Soft" Studebaker And Farm Wagon Parts
Mr C O easels.maint. lO.O'i 1 Wagons
that request had also been made for - -
Mrs L M&hlei. malnt __ _____ ..00Mr
A Saver to the grading of Partin road and after ; M A Simmons, ", allOt ____ ft.on
: pocket discussing the matter Commissioner Mm H Tl H>lI.ud! n"-"nl.u.. 80ftMr .
Nets the vireos Sins Below and Writs for Price:
Partin made a motion that Mr. Far- Tod Petersen. malnt ___. 8.00

V; j book'and health and mer be instructed tp gtad.3 the Point Mri Sojnufl M nrnjiBOn.Mofitiidoca.<< main. malnt l ::::: 6.00Almenla 6.00: I in... sal.. axle.. 1% in... tire... one.. hor".. with.. body" and.. spring.. seat.. I,
4, road first; motion seconded by Commissioner Evan. malr\t .______. 6.00 I 2
: Guy and carried. Mr M Smith malnt __n______ 6.00 2 H d-mble skein 11/1 In. lire one 'horse with body nd spring seal
;ji a-delight to the palate. Mr. J. H. Smith appeared before :Mrs Julia Jernliran. malnt __u___.___. 6.00 ... .. 2.. .. .. .. .. '. .. ..
Jlncy Padgett malnt 6.00Mrs
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F: the board and informed them that Jane Clement, malnt ___ 6.00 2 2 Vt extra heavy one horse, with body and spring i seas
Hull &: Smith had two dipping vats 1fr. S A Wilson malnt _______J_ 5.00 2 .H. .*.* .". _V4 ** two hone.,with or without body

trt i 1 Do as your .neighbor is about completed and asked if they Mr. Janln Johns, malnt .,___. 6.00 2 .. ) or' 4 in. tire two.. hone, with or without..- body..
n O Llvln".ton." malnt ________ 6.0" -> < In. "
i wanted wells driven. Commissioner Frank Evan, malnt __.___.... 6.00 .. ** "
; do'and cut the hiqh Overstreet muds a motion that thev H Tllltc. malnt ______________. 5.111fI 3 4 extra heavy two hone. with or without body
be instructed to drive wells at each M McClelland malnt .______. 5.00
a Icosi "bf 'liying by drink.- of said vats at the least possible cost E Vogler maim ...___________ 6.00 Your patronage elicited and prompt shipment guaranteed
Claude Sylvester malnt ___ __ 6.or .
I motion seconded by Comissioner Par- Mary Klnaer mains __________ 6 00
frv tin and carried.Commissioner. Della Colllntrton. malnt -__.._. .D0 Write Today 1It.
? 1 I II Guy made a motion Kl_>y Tel <2.0-, rent 7.4A

{ .l.* that the board instruct Mr. Farmerto Valley Light: and Oasette.! Water lesraU P------------notice J4.KO
; S I' T. ARMINGTON & SONS. : :
a get Gap Creek road grubbed and WennerSawyeruppllei ___? 7.20 ,
graded, motion seconded 'oy Commissioner M A W B Drew Co,-supplies_._. 1O.O1 .;
; J R Bronaon. rent room election I.!"' .. .
INSTANT Partin and caried. .
,' JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Fenole Chemical Co, Fenole ? 1O.61 640 West Adams. St
; : Commissioner Guy presented 'a T M Murphy Insanity e...___.' t.SI ,
map of the proposed road as follows Dr H S Oetc.r, Jo-j__..., .00 rj rI
t \ : pr C E Ounaway;' do .__. .,. I OO
: Beginning at a point on the right of ?
..fS? Jj H Tna-ram, dog .....-._,-._.. 11,BJ .
: way 'of the public road between Kls- John a Cadet do .-f' 1.00 \
,4 simmee and Kenansville, on Township B F.. Rallav :witness ,_________. 200 k1s ;
: PcrruM55' ' I line dividing Townships "S9 and Gabe White, witness _?-__??_ 2.00 w .. '
D B Hull witness . __ 2.00
30, running thence west about one I H White witness.-..-....?.__?__ 2.00
half mile to Parker place and mach D E Proper witness __.__-_._. 2.00
a motion that such road be declareda M Goodrich. drugs .... lies i $20 FOR A 2c STAMPAutomobile ii
*" \. I Instead of ffee.igo s. Hdw Co, work on ..wer-..- 6.10:
cx> public road and opened, and work Western Uunlon. m..a....__ _. .Si
ri I ed when the road fund would permit M Kate., supplies _____..__._._. too ;
h T it; motion seconded by Commissioner'W C Ore Co. .utcII.---- IS.lt ( Protection )
i fit Cloud Tribune .1 *8
4 .'. ; Raise, Jrx Price Partin and carried.Commissioner ,iM"m I I Barber commissions...' .10.71

> -;_,. ....... . ... Overstreet then made Mr. N Bronson malnt ___...... 6.00
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.I motion that Farmer. be. instructed Mrs J Kerkendaly malnt ._. 10.00
',' a Capt -- FIRE& THEFT and
(I Plat. 1Bank, loan;month.JOOO.OO: COLLISION premium on $1,000
.SO-CupTlivg afprlOOrCup) Tins JSQf to construct, a bridge over;..State Bank, Interest on. los.n._< (0.00
,.- Davenport i Creek; motion' secondedby ),,1 D Chunncounty physician.ts.60 worth of insurance in Kissimmee {i5e $21.00
r Commissioner Partin and carried. ,.Hardy Simmons., road 'work... HO.in per year

Made byi The clerk presented letter of Mr-.J P C 0 Griffin Cromartle., repairs road to work.10.00 waeron.. 11.10 Compare with any otL..... More that $20.00 sated by

lP sniM.CEREAL'rAUV: M.\ M. Smith, chairman of the state'Ij R Farmerupt of roada.... 1SO.OO ;

... w eM road department advising the board O Dan W Asliton', supt rradlnal. .oo writing ....direct. Application blanks on request.
Brown .sruardlnsr ss.oo ,
'BGt.de that he would not be able to meet
F J Blesner, hay to road tang 10.00 *
:, with them i as requested whereupon'l R Farmer hire of mul... ,15.00 ,
v Commissioner Mach ''made 'a motion,WllI.J.ck.on. rosrd work ._-_.'* '11.00
So -
I djy':Grocerait-rid' General :jStoreEr.T7b.JT Clint Simmons driving teams.... 10.00
that the board bold an adjourned sea-. FLORIDA STATE
F L, VTIlllams. lumber ..._ .Ia AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION
1 aton Saturday .Oct.- 11,< and invite M111.r.Jsck.on Grain Co"*fe.dI'4.f.'0
.j'/ Mr. Smith to comedown; motion sc Prather Farmer .meat _.___?.>< IS.10Oseeola '

4 .. - ,or' I., _. .. .. c '. onded by 'Commissioner- carried. Howell Ba.Hdw,,Co road, supplies,__.__., K.7O Orlando, Fla. ,
work 10.to .
The-Board adjourned to meet at .2',J K. Blnatletarr. lumber......-._-. IH.RS '

!< Wa Is AayboJr' AJterti/ Their "WIa" i> Tfce Vklty Gazette> p'm.' 19 _r Lupfer---b(I F Krlbbs. bllllnr for bride 11.10
Prather., repairs 144.DAWaters
I Too board reconvened' at 2 p. moo ->

1r',- i there, being present E. JU D. Over-:Waters *A' Carson Carson supplies mule ,f.ed.....* .11!.'..-\111. lti

(street. John Partin and B. H. Guy;'3 R Bronson meat -..._..__.__ 7.49 ti ?7

,>.commfssiohrs Pat Johnston attor,George. 13attonwork,, on road.. ., ST9.4K eo 0.00 .... ............. .. .. ... 0.
TOUT' lnf. Joe R,, Johnston surveying, __._ 41.00.J o. ...... ........
and Overstreet clerk.
t" tt BCAUTIFULIERGE, SKIRT They \I JD ,Johnston surveying *.-_' 10.00'Hamp ,.
The Chairman being assent. Commissioner -' Bass. driving team.-.. ,7 CO
'Clint Simmons, road ,woik .. 17.64
Overstreet' appointed
was ? -

; r: '? FOR WOMEN AND MIJTET to 'act a'-such he. calling the ..boardto [John J.. Tyson;. road, road work work_.__..._...._' it.noJlmTlson. 44.10 t

it. order. O O- Tiner'supplle..v_. I'.tl 1
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: ) Mr. Cr A."Carson' came before the H Stanford<<...shoes to rg, .>, 81." .. '
Champion Sup Co strlpe._,_._ K.X6 '
board in the.interest of the Peninsular R.
: i. Kd Tlson, clearing, eta. ___-,- (SC.OO: S. FLOYD
Ari AirviiZirxVkivie :$5 Engineering and Contracting J I> Overstreet. rat fees paid.. ll.OO
: ; Will ._ .
i$3. Company and insisted that they allow Ash ton driving; team w- 40.00 r .
w them ''VOucher for the amount Peoples Bank of St Cloud Joan.100A.OOPeooles
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Bank of St. Cloud. Int. 1.0.00
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r ; held for retained percentage for completed B .
',,4 -\ : W Crawford convictionfees. 10.00 .
vacvaro "work ,on S. R, &: B. DistrictNo. L H Inrram, cost court IS1. t ,
\ -- -.---...... ...--. ...-.. ---' ,..,..( :j, .. .- 2 said amount-being $11,4.2.68The J L.Dv.rstrset, cost oour t--- Sl.SZ [, )tl
i It is No. 210 in'our Special Fashion'Culletld board" advised Mr. Carson that- L1IungramFtees'andcos.t;-- 11T.J8L ._-4
H Tnerram e'ts Montsdoca cat C.S6
of Extraordinary Values.. Made of an exeellert on account of the absence of apart t. H Inrram, do-.v-._.__.....''. 1.61 Groceries andL
1 ,serge'in'navy, ortblaek. of the'' members of the board they 'Inrram, feed prlsonera_-'' 61.16, "
Handsomely pleated I
Murph7 Judge uv. court. .ll.SO
3 all around'With'taahlon.1tle preferred to pass-the matter up until .,. lira' Co, brick___.----1b60.Oo .
<, . ,. loose belt.. Saturday", the 11th. when they'-would .Simmons, work on vat. 1T.60 I
have a full board. I'.H *> Smith., work on vats... B8.OA .
Sizes 26 to sr: waist""and lengths 38 to 40 for I Tlndall. work on -..aM.... SJ.IO
I Letter from.Mr. F. A. Stroup rss: B.... fcaO. 'Co. ASTt.._____ T.00
,women of,average''figure. Sizes'33 to 38 waist garding. right pf -way for )Toad read Warren freight on lumber '...t Fresh Meats '

r ,and.40 .to.42 length for large women. Sizes 2-J and ordered filed; also Utter from Tb.. Tax COlleeto. report showed.. r
I the following collected for polls, $
r t to 28:waist, and 33 to.97,length for misses.; ': Messrs.; Ramsey and Herndon, regarding Th.' ''County Depository reportsshowed '
I survey of right of '"way' on the following: amounts In the F
'. 'cUt this'ad'out;lend it to us with your roads as proposed In'' petition for S. 1 ,;-'

1 ... and. address name I R. A: B District, Osceola and Polk (Continued on Page Three.) .. .':4r .,
togetherwith :your cheek counties. '

'order for'$3.98./>;;"We will send it to you prepaid Mr. Pat 'Johnston"; attorney for the '

f alsO our'' Special -Money Saving' DuIIeaB..-;lf'I ., board, reported that Mr. W. H, SALES: JUMP Pho.TI ,1.76 302 Broadway
\ } Kempfer had informed him that ha ,
"you don't like the skirtwe don't wait-'yon tov I did not understand I
that he to
: + "' ",keep-T.7e.wiUTefuBd: : m Bt,onc e,2 make .to was ::-: '
-1r; ; : : _deed the county for lots OV ; .
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,t ,....if"",! ,:Jto '. *f .*. ""V rf, along the right of way in Deer Park. R'50001oDr'.WnuaIII10"faI 10 -
'' 1". The board instructed Mr. Johnstonto !"

i." f\/ .. :: ; ::..-..... advise Mr Kempfer-that they expected )
br.out KidiNBylJefihl! :: \ / Greatly I nmmaad'Fee"Fla"
.wrn." Sipeciil J deeds to lots along' right of :
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y d' JI\;,;'\ .. ..r .. -........ ." ,-- --. ... n sr6'PM" f owe'si>>--- -' ,.TMUI. > .M. chm. Tosilcvtatttr y r8l'1l Dr.' fit-/"lam.1, ber; ;Tonic 1918.'jumped the sales over of 1 one De"of,tb.the enemyof Ingredients disease of germs this effi,'fa I:I I I any-disease.tally: and up strength strength- ., will stamina" ...and.agslnst via' .

'is&affKwM 600%.> "'There can be one reason dent medicine. j -
only, Magnesia
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.ac. another
H l. J 25c and eoc bottles dW
eLree ajrf wee b isllfybg'aad i sa!for'such 'a'tremendous' increase); and important chemical 1 I I at roar
1 f r. JA' oNV"It.L PLo'DIIiA; rkala.theMMfe*. YOSJOU MOT....ka tkrw.b.p that is that DrAWillams 101 'Tonic is tonic. It cleanses thcontained boitv'the ;.hope.. Refuse, all attempts, to palm

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,I, LOOK TW RED FOR BAILTRADEMARK L F ci$ 'About Influenza I II .1 ,' A"

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Modem"rtartmiAmmunition ,that there will be.a reoccurrence of Consult you physician about vaccine I A 39
H' Influenza this fall and winter though now. Do not let him put you
probably In a much milder ,orm i off. It is of questionable value after 1 :

1 One attack 'does not completely. the .disease dev Jopa. While we do -
5hootit $ protect a parson from later attack '',not know positively that vaccination ,.
Influenza it. spread by. direct and actually prevents ."flu. statistics I
indirect personal contact.. 'show that the disease (i If not prevented .
y Moat of the fatalities during ''the ), manifests ItMlf-in a much milder dI 7.e" .
etprc f'' ' latt epidemic were due to ignoranceof form when preceded by ,the vac I ..
.. what the disease really, was, and cine. a,' I,
how to avoid or combat it;: 'I It Is not known how long the benefits I
..,., !'I I I. ,The following sums up about' all ,of,the vacc'ne endure. For aafety's ,
that la really known now aa to its,I sake take it now,' and again every .
f prevention. Observe these precautions , six or eight! weeks, whether you CAMELseexpertb1end.of choice ji(:

and you'll be reasonably. safer,,took it not., I mestic .
PR BUCKMASTER Avoid "taking cold." If you ret'1 Pay no attention to: people who' .. tobacco answers cigarette ,_
ty , a "cold" stay in bed until )you are tell you ,the injection will harm you. r every'
well. "Flu" usually begins with a The one thing we do know about vac -- I desire you ever had I Camels give

severe "cold." .cine Is that it never injures anyon-3. :such unversaldelightsuchunusual; .
Do not ignore a "feverish" feeling, Take the serum now =
w} KISSIMMEE'S.'OSTEOhTH however slight. If your temperature '! If you :had,,'ftu" last winter it Is '. ,, , enjoyment and satisfaction you'll
rises above normal,' take no chances. more imj>oTtant.than ever that you a call them a cigarette revelation I ,
Call a doctor; po to bed and stay protect yourself. this winter against N .,
'I there until it subsides. and overwork. It -
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exposure "If "tte-that-does' -
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crowds. Do not cough i is doubtful if you have fully regained ,. '
.sneeze. or spit in public, places. 1 the- Vigor necessary' to ,resist influenza e aL"zi t not.leave any,unpleasant dgarefty\ ..;
STATE'' BANK BUILDING Wash your hands frequently. . and pneumonia, tuberculosis etc. : rDiF u aftertaste ,or unpleasant dgaretty
always before eating. 4 |
I I Go.to bed if you develop influenza.
Phone No. 162 Keep your bedroom well ventilated Stay there) until you.are entirely and . odor, amoiceCamels, !' ,If you ?' g
!4 and seek at all times plenty of I j I unquestionably well.. Getting up and hunger for a rich, mellow-mild,'
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I.C fresh air and sunshine.Do . .
I{out too quickly brings on pneumonia,
' :'. not fill your stomach with a t which .was fatal in.about ,one case cigarette; 'that haS'aU that desirable '.'.
r {<. 'I DR. C. E. DUNAWAY. lot of patent medicine..advertised to out of.:three during the last epidemic. 18 cents'a package cigarette Y':7WeU": you "get*': .

Physician and Surgeon. prevent and cure "flu." There Is no Don't worry. You ,will almost certainly ; some Caniels as quickly as you"cants .
Ii: ; specific for the disease and .most of get well if no. complications ,.

I; <. f Office Over Post Office these nostrums do harm rather than .sieve ;op; .__ .. . r Camels' expert blend makes ah this *
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('. PHONES: DISTRICT AGENTS VISITS its chairman, :4.-F. Ba,.. Cam/. .*. *of:

..Office 40. Residence, 114. | OSCEOLA COUNTY I Mr. XT/' M. Bmlth, chairman of the e/O' ...Ied jnokmg of 30 c/jaretfee; or personal test will prove that Camel''
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41-St.-pd. ton p oA / (200 eJf aretei) /n ala. -
l 1. Miss Webster, Tallahassee state road department being present ,..-,.."....-M nd carton. W..tron4ly Cigarettes are\ the, only'cigarettesyou 11'
Agnes of
the matter of payment of bill aspresented rsooaym.ad01.1.. carton for (A. Aom smoked that just .
0. 1' KRIBBS A. AKBRMANV. : the district agent for south and or ever seem
by the State Road De- .
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j. STBKDKRIBBS !: : east Florida.arrived this week, to as- partment for work on the |Loughman oats .apply. or ,11..70. rarl. made to meet your taste I You will

AKERMAN AND STEEDAtt.rae7s sist in a short course for housekeepers road was taken up, and after some R. J.REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY prefer'' them -to either, kind :of tobacco , ,
which
wts, held at Whittier under discussion board ,
sae C.aa.el.r. .t LW. by the and Mr. \. U. '
", K....___ F1.rles.. ". 'the auspices of the home extension Smith regarding the matter the ; smoked straight I

,N ... ee....l ."'"._ !. all Stale sd Ual.. ; county work.agent,Miss and her Albina guest Smith, motored, the board about advised fifteen him thousand that there dollars was only of Compare Camels'for quality and ,,
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Statee C r to Whittier }
Monday afternoon for a
\ the bond money left to be applied by satisfaction with any' cigarette in -
two day session. '
the county on construction of said '
W. B. CRAWFORD The "course had for its topic, road whereupon, Mr. Smith agreedto -I the world at any price I .
'. ATTORNEYATLAW "Foods, which were discussed under accept the amount in the bond
the heads of meats in diet milk and fund of S. R. &: B. District No 1 as

" Offices: 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizens. eggs in cookery, rlzen breads fruit payment of the county's part in fullon
and vegetables In diet, food values of said road. .
Bank Building.. milk: fats in diet. and a general
health talk. | The board also asked Mr. Smith if
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Klsslmmee, : : .: the State Rood Department intendedto
At the Whittier
school kitchenis
I complete the Melbourne road. He .. .
being fitted up by the school offlcials .
DR. R. J. DENNING the cost not to exceed $100 informed the board that they were
DENTIST. This has been made possible by the not able to complete it at the present
sub-district fund. time. The board then asked Mr.
Successor Dr. W. W. Carson. Miss Webster came here from Smith what part of the bill for planting -

Over the Postofflce.orncB Hillsborough, where she has been Bermuda crass along the right
.' HOURS: i to itio i.-so to (. holding meetings in Tampa, and will of-way of Melbourne road the State .
continue her work going on to Pasco assumed, to which he replied one- asked them to order a voucher drawn ,
i' Office Phone 158. county Thursday for a session at half, the county to pay the other for the full amount retained to date; I
; Dade City. half. Mr. G. P. Garrett being present as
I'I Mr. Carson came before the boardin attorney for the board upon being ,
: LEWIS O'BRYAMATTORNEYATLAW GOVERNMENT. SEED DECEMBER 1 the interest of the contractors on asked for an opinion on the matter
S. R. & B. District NVo., 2 and of of such amount stated
: I I am receiving, a great many re- : explained payment ,
quests for seed furnished Members of to them and to Mr. Smith his that to pay the amount as requested
f Waring Building. Congress, by the United States De- reasons for asking that the board might release the bond and that it WRIGLEYS
partment of Agriculture for free dis- pay the contractors the retained percentage was a matter of discression of the
,. tribution, and in order that you may on work completed. He thenFather board sis to whether they paid such
be informed I I bill or part of it. Commissioner
rat .Jokaitoa Q. P. OarreM beg to say that the De- any
partment advises me the seed will John Partin then made a motion that
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JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW not be available for distribution this the board pay the Peninsular Engineering I
(l', year until December first, at which &: Contracting-. $7. OO, -. (. 1
and 12 Citicen time I shall be very glad to forwardan ,h which motion-was seconded by Com package I-
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r r.' Offleee 10. pinkN assortment to those whose requests missioner B. H. Guy, a vote being c a ,
Building have been received. taken, Commissioners Partin an 5 '
'I 1, KI..p.m.w Fla. 1 The Department places an assortment Guy voting Commissioner and before the' war' .

, of seed .in each package thus Mach nay; A. F. Bass .
t 'making it impossible to supply a then cast his vote in favor of the - '
quantity. of a particular kind. payment of' such,, Y .. ," "
.. Yotfrs\ v.rytruly, *" clerk was instructed to draw.a'you-I' I 1 ,"',I "\ ';
.> DUNCAN U. FLETCHER i 1, cher .to Peninsular Engineering. &: "- ,., .... 1 I.k ....,. \, ,>;{
cnllsOJPliER y Contracting Co., for the amount. ,
:' packageduring
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t FLORIDA'S FAVORITE PAPER.: , 'T5t I Commissioner Bass called the ,; c a :;>, \'\ '

c The Tampa Morning Tribune is boards' attention. to the condition of ,il! ,', 5 ;J )/4 ']1 ., ,
everlastingly fighting for the interests J' the bridges on the Melbourne road, \the\wl, ; '
SELLSFire. of'the people 'and the develop and asked Mr. Canon if he did not \ :. , ? ;... : n t
ment of this section, and no one who think it the duty of the. contracting '. 'I,..

,ba., tb. welfare of South Florida at company to take care of the bridges, )t.
Life. Accident and heart can afford not to be a constant end after some discussion it was decided
reader of the Tribune. If :a Florida' that the contractors wore not

I Health, Plate Glass, TTa- peat metropolitan paper, carrying :responsible for construction. of the c a packa t r.r .
the full night and day report of the bridge 5 ;. . ,_ 't
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J Messrs.. L. R. Farmer and W. I. :'T
1 : and Boiler Insurance. Associated Press :with intelligent correspondents -
: , bility in everynook: and cornerin ..__eo..._ Barber having been appointed( as arbitrators NOW .. .,
in the matter of right of
: its territory.: Its bigSunday! edition t. .
Lefal! Bonds Executed has the most complete) comic way through lands of F.,, A.. Stroup, ,.. .:.t
'. ;and magazine\ section ,printed in the / came before the board and made report ''I ,1'

\, Same Day Needed. State, ;and the' subscription rates are ., as follows: .

III".c".1'W..J.J,; r -'. (only months$8.00pe and $2.00 r annum for;''three$4.00 month for six and S n'Di"eJt'on Stroup We, have,$b0O agreed and to construct to allow fence'Mr. THE ',;FLAVOR' LASTS: .;,1':'-, :' t tfW

Write for sample and subscribe I on either side ,of.the right of way+ 011oad. :
i OFFICE:. State Baik BIIIdlijt I | copy' fence to be constructed as follows .
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* today '. to be with : .
Style. : Cpyress posts usedi ''
"PROCEEDINGS OF THE . I 86 inch bog,wire?one barb wire 'at .SOr'DOES THE PRICE!: : ,
; the bottom and two at top,and. four -
i $I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Not I on Store pasture gates, the county, to establish :1 .
'- land line between lands of F. ''A. '
' J. W.THOMPSONIpuneral .. . i
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fi ', (Continued from Page' 2) u 'Father likes.tyle' well ''Stroup and Bull Bass,. old road to,be I.)
various fund Oct. let: -f as aaon discontinued., . _
,O.n.ral Revenue Fund ,.. .,.11(11.17 .. 'v ,
Director ? but not much came before'the board
l Vine Forfeiture Fun<<...... 6,560.66Road , quite aa Mn Farmer
and ,Bridg-e Fund ._.__ .t.40 of it. and ,Informed' them that he I, had an a'a'i
: Special Publicity Fund .....10.3S11 j offer from the ''State Road...Depart ,
I AND Hard Paid Surface warrant., Road were Fund ord.r.d....cancelled 1.051.85 We, please both; while the meet that he felt,he should( ,take ad.
.f from the various fund a. follow: vantage ,l''of,\ and asked them to release
.: General Revenue Fund ......U,50a.11 ;young man leans to belted him on the first of November.
LICENSED (EMBALMER Fine and Forfeiture, Fund... '0.(1 \
, Road and Brldgr Fund ......_ C4S.1S suits, Father would not give Theboard, after some discussion on
Tick Eradication Fund .....J JX&.TS second \the matter agreed ,to grant request.
Store and Chapel Stewart Ave.M. Hard Surface Raod _.-_.,_.-+ H6.IOMr. them a look; he Mr. Farmer thenassured the board
; Milton Pledger presented wants style; -but his.idea of that;he' lad to assist them -,
.. enarm. nselBSB.ee, Fla. .s. written>request,-.for r';,cancellation'of *" ia any way possible to keep tbtjroad.
sr .. tax certificate against Miv..E...L. Les it is different.. work going right., :.
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p ;'. .......................... ley's lands whereupon, as ,'requested Commiiaioner by the Ernest And we i,hare some thing | Commissioner, F, Bass advised
bo.rdi. the board that a cattle inspector was
TILLER'' Mach made a motion 'that the for both inStein.-. needed In his district, and asked them
1 M. I Board of County' Commissioners of to recommend Mr. Charles 'Montsdo-

[.Osceola County, Florida, recommend Bloch ca, whereupon Comlasioner John I
'f ; Real Estate' Agency.. I that said tax,certificate,be cancelled artln made a motion that Mr. Chaa."M. .
i a\\\\\\\MM\NNNN\\N\\N\\4. ai prayed for'" by' application.!motion ;, *. i ,n > Montadoca recommended aa
' seconded by Commissioner John Par Smart Clothes cattle inspector for' District No. 3, ,
/ Really bought and sold. % *j I tin and ,carried by unanimous vote of j motion seconded by Commissioner/ .

:1'' )J' ! Houses tented. 7 :: the board, and the clerk of. the court ;:' For;mtn and oaltll men L. D. OYentreet, and carried.,
: J Jior : was instructedto..nail ,:certified. bond L. withC.
$ ; ; Taxes paid and Titles Verified Notary of C. ... 1
:'j. : 1 'for'non-residents.. copy? of such. proceeding to...,the '$3:00'; : to $liO.OO W..,Griffin. and B. C.' Miller aa ,
: : Comptroller of. the state of Florida. securities, was examined and approved. .
'; ; Fire Life and Accident ... ", There being no further business be- .' .- .. .1
'! > rarance.: fore the board they adjourned, to | The clerk'presented bill 'of' Mr. It. .

t '," ., ! Indemnity,Bonds meet in adjourned session Oct. 11th. ,Thor ,Weaver county demonitnttoDaKent. '- ' . ',,' .
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The Board of CountCommisslonw Dobbs Hats .
for the matter haylug
payment ) 1 ..
'1} ..... ... ...0.............. ers in and for Osceola County, Florida been passed at the session bf theJtaard a
met at 10 a. nu- SaturdaY ,Oct. Oct. 6th, whereupon Commissioner
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'q ORDER OF EASTERN-STAR.Hiaatame. ll,\ pursuant to, adjournment 'of'said 'Manhattan. ShirtsHAflVEY'S E. L. -D. Orerstreet made r a : '
,. '.. board Oct. 6, there being present A.' #" "- ' motion' that the bill be not paid and 'FOR'SALE, '
F. Bass chairman, E.. L- D.' Over- I that no other bill for gas and oilpresented ;
Chapter'' No.. '1. street Il rnest Mach John Partin b-. him be paid motion .Subdivision '
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r and >RTH, Guy'comissioners: and 'J. Seconded by-Commissioner'B... H. .Guy 67MfluTaN LotNo.' ,laWoadall's,; -" .
7. Meet Sod and 4tl Thnrsdaje 1:10, p.m.' L. Overstreet, ,clerk and aurtator..The ' and carried. ofLot ,No.. C6 ,of tie. F., L. *' It, 4

....Fraternity Hall.; Broadway.Ula :: board wa. c.lled-to orderbyNe ( Mr. Peter F. Murray-filed his-re .......... -"' .-.... with thereon'erect.
bungalow
Marlon Barsreat. W., 1C.Mla Co:
port 'for the Pen.. Eng.' &'Contr. .Co.. SCALED TItS ONLY, ; .- - ,,. ,
: Elizabeth DOD......'B. '
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Worms Iq a "NltII7 Child "''f".... j which was ord.red.llled. ')vuR GaocaasMAXWELL ed; at a sacrifice.'A. .'

i OoUM Tart .DOM. Net AffIct De i..s. All children troubled.with wwau aaa en_ \,. ," ,'. "' 1 l I \Jpon motion made and duly sec-
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healthy color,which Ind Irate*p wblood.aad ass :
,. ....*of lee took end laxathre effect,LAXX. ......there U more or lea Monaco dUtarbaBc r24 'West'Forsyth St. ended : vlveaROMoQU1NINRkbett.,Una erdiavrrOnlnlae GROVE TASTELESS chill TONIC i wa regularly ,
awl doe*' not c._ aer--. Bar far two or three week will enrich the blood. .la*. I I. ..'
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a.iut.rI.ked. Remember tee faU Bern*nd POM Cored 6tOI.cD yOracslet J' =' : 618 WltherspooB 'Bldg..
prove the direction,and act a*a General StrenftaenlntTontote JACKSONVILLE II. I : ,
100 foe th..Ie.l.n o H. W.OKOVB.Lv JOe FLORIDA *reftmd tf FAZO OJNl'MENT' ran. :,
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throw.or di.p.l .__.,and th.Child wU be ., .'! .. ...' ,. ,5..w.r.tt "B ,. PUea in..rPretr.dio.1'il.a end .. .,
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JIeuf.; '. 'THE KISSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE FRIDAY,,OCTOBER,,,24, 1!1' '

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t' GAZEHEt ivertlsement, giving the telephone number of men in our city to secure FEED CAT1} WINTER .
IDJNG :
: I VALLEY number. It was> just a* easy to :write* what vacant .land they can and give .

( brief postal cardto Jacksonville their spare time. We see a numberof chap We Are Sole ,Aeeritsht
...... Duerr IRtdayClcdaa..Mr places where the houses are occur When cattle were they' were
a./amMeT. ). $ get the roods she ned.d as to pied and considerable land lying"idle given but little care of feed; during
/ FI.i4 look pp, the drug .stores in the .telephone about them. the winter months except what they At eel br t" LasscaV' Perfect:.. Hoar, 24 poaads, r.---*!*&

h w. *V Barrt, ---.t directory., Our city- has the best general line could''' find for themselves. This was I aoaej refaaded. witant quibble. sad JioI ,}' '. U.. ".- Mew.. ......tart'. 'I Any mail order house will testify of accommodations of any: other of very little. As a result of this kind j Every sack guaranteed or I.
',. 7Werbe.. r. m m ,. M.. H | its size In the south. Rex is not of' treatment the native cattle were aotkiaf fir what yoa kv ..... ,

i. 1 ;;;. ..........t.* *UI.... I I that. its business'Is built up on ad bragging any further than what belongs stunted and never grew or developedinto
'. One Copy' One T.arv..*-_.......' ..rtIaID If .no advertising matter to us; the working men receive as large animals as they shouldTodajLcattto
0..' Copy *!:,, Month....,...... 1,00..10 for foreign'&nstnest houses. were allowed :!> good wages, and the women thathave'a : are worth more money These Prices Are For Cash StrictlyPeaches
//i" One Copy Three Moatba..L t.to come into .Palatka there notion of helping their)'hu.- than they were a few year.I'or-Thi. . :
''I" All communication accept from cur would be 'order business: ,bands, realize five and six dollars a means we 'must take better care o' '
rl nomail out
P authorised correspondent moat b. ; jweek taking in washing ,and sewing. them and supply a liberaJ. mount. of .29 '8 bare Octagon Soap.__ .50 .
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arirned by" the writer. .Palatka. If Mil of the local ttier- heavy syrup: < ; i
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warm don'tappear feed during the winter 'season 'whan '
Hejeot d matter will not be returned ': : bars' P.. A'G. Soap..I;. ___. :.6h'
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No. ,80 ) l
intellU' 1 Peaches, heavy syrup; ; I..
'... ,-. .d for. .' i I It ;chants'' would use thesame [ to the litti.'flurry the pasture does not furnish' much
It 'entcbar.cter'of; : .: advertising ,as 'the''Mail. 'I''of excitement, that; existed a, short feed, says John M. Scott, animal industrialist Apricots No. 2 '_.________ .24 .bal'll t Naptha ,Soap._.___. .50 "

h'-I I ..(Bntered. ,..Florida.In,aa Hie.*Postofflce oon subsided.The . ,
. :' $ When the pasture is supplemented ,Picnic Ham. Rt .. .. _____. .80 : pkgs. Grandma's WashIng "
a>'e&r17.J.r..r ,rand mote 'diversified : : -
.J': ,4 FRIDAY:, OCTOBER'24. 1919Jtakeithe : || number of automobiles appear with a liberal allowance of feed during Powder ... ..... ,50 I !'
'i, stacks.. "Jf4o':merchant'in; these. days to be on the increase. We live: in the late fall and early 'winter the Alliance Coffee; Ib caD._.. .85 ,
> :.custemer5 suburbs aDd ;to be cattle the winter Armours Coffee Ib _... .40 11 pkgs. Light House .-, .&0.1 j
.visitors .elcomh ,_,I II can afford,to:waft tfor to peayt a will go through season caD
I !!look' him'i p"jind see'what he'has got constant passing nigh. ana day: Qurpelghbon in much better condition. It will White House .Coffee, Ib 'can .54 Honey: Boy S. Rising, 24.16.1,801 J

!'i /(Turn fthe"Bands' of;the clock back i i't. When alluringv a advertisement ,from.. the Brie,.' 'on one side ofus mean but little or no lose in cattle Senate Coffee, Ib can....-_. ..54 Lady Clair S. Rising, Z4-Jb.,1.1.. ,
[ have one and Mr. Clark on the and they will be in condition in the
., : }l'' Saturday 'night: *I 'T (tron'- out, of'town concerns are,:right 'other. Mr. firings' car' is almost al- spring to put on fat and make gooduse Hudnuts1,Meal, 5 Ibs___._.__ ..25 Snap Shot. Self Ruing.1.70; ,: ,
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it' ': ''; { at hf 'with; prices ,In plain,print.' :I II ,ways on the move or standing in of the. early spring pasture. Hudnuts Grits 5 Its_______ .26 Gold Medal Pan Cake FlourOats flO .j'

'.rr I ,'if. you're never boosted" lOur. ,town I Cempetition-'in" these'tdtmei" makes front of the house. Mr.. Clark 'uses 2 cans Pork A Beads,No.2.. 26 100 Ibs1> ?.___....-.. '8;801 I! \..'

.(.l ./,; ''W.e,', do;so. now.' intelligent I advertisinga"necessity.jThe ;!'(' his duly: to' go and come. ,from his 1 The Florida Anti-Tuberculosis Association 2 cans French u rd----. .25 Short., 100 IDs ,_.---;., :,..-a59i'l _
?. i, .. *.;. is composed of many of our ,
f. rI. t "131itLf"Irs16s'11att''r ,,-awL 6a.rn st t4r merchant ','who make' it a -part I) We are still domiciled with our old leading men and, ,women.who are 2 bole Bullhead! .Catsup____. .25 ' I.,.. < ,a
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\, ', ': rated; October's,,,.,to:' . ',Heat. .:*-if."'' !, theiinoney he'apeDcII., at it I''serious. bodily troubles of late but as which la.iear claimed 8 packages. Gold Dust....:i__ .24 Turpentine per bottle ,_i__.-. --.10 .
;, 1 :: r $ ''' a'asoessary'penalty for he will not permit a M. D. being called d60,000of our people. This is a .-.. .25 bottle ___._.' t25 ,
k ,Could\ a! sky pilot .prepeiriy be.tennecr .. as !doing in we have to manage the best we great and glorious work and should 2 pounds Navy Beani. Camphor, per i '; 1

/'. 'sky.; scraper t : ibuainemswill j : .realize' handsome re- can. He believes' Rex is as good a j enlist 'the sympathies of-every' class 1 pound Cowpeas -__.._.,: __ .09 Cattoria, per bottle-"' r- .-80,

/ ,: v _' : j turns.- ..News.p I((Idoctor as he requires, and we've been I of our citizenship. No work has ever Kerosene Oil gallon <........ .20 Sulphur per pkg. ...:.--4'.06,. ,

' "IDaceolt 4< High ..School is te'.isiw-a.snoflthiy. .., :The' bonditlon that obtain In .'. carry him through thus far been undertaken in this state more O.t.Meal. package _______ .12 Epsom Salta, per pkg_.... ..05,. .

'..sibool 'paper'! if one Palatka applies with equal force to 1 land but the old gent is 87 years of age- I conductive to real good and 'none Macaroni 8 packages. ...... .25 Vaseline, per bottle ..._._-.i ;i.6ti
vrblcditl { has to be handled with are wElch should more readily arouse _
t --l', Judge"'from> i'' the es 6f every community in Florida. At I| Mabbette'street is still one of thebest the active sympathies of the people.I Spaghetti 8 packages .___? ,25 Machine Oil, per bottles .2(.), '

!, ))4 ,Osceola', ".papers, wifl .be a bummer.Here's least two reputable merchantinXisslmme in the city.. U'iT lebplem*quite I . , Lard, per pound ....___--:. .80 Sweet Oil, per bottle....?.. :.14 '
.lgler'med.1119 Gazette!,\hat lawabiding and you never, hear of - -T------ -- White' Bacon best,, per Jb..,. .30 Carbolic Acid per bottle__. ,.14, ;

f hoping the Florida boys; will they had compared.thefi' pinks 'with I any It fires would or trouble from-among the neighbors.l"ofpro.perity.nd Classified AdvertisemeirtsFOR Picnic Ham, per l Ib. ____.___ ,28 ,, Sweet Spirit Niter bottle. :J4'
s of Geotcta..quad I appear .lp .
tl trim the University the prices quoted in recent issue of contentment ,

t r : Saturday the same tune a* the one mail order catalog, and that in almost ourS laborirw: men' that they must among.be .

given to.tb.e..fa: Mercer team, last every instance their prices were receiving wages worthy of their hire. CUT PRICE; CASH GROCERY
week. lower than those quoted by the mail Next Wednesday, Oct. 80th, Rex 8ALJD-7 chare of toek of the
.
Stale Bank of Kllmm Oll'.nror
will be 79 of His birthday
order bouses. We have no doubt :years age. the above will be received. by
Is to beobserved will receive no recognition this Phone 141 422 Broadway
Roosevelt memorial week :year the Chelten Trust Company. Philadelphia
9 ;t' that the statement made by: these as he is not able to provide any.: Pa. 41....
also Y. M. C. ,
and the
here merchants is true, but unless some Money not plenty and thngs that are rQUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS

' + ,; 'IJ. A. drive, .which shows that Kisiim- means is adopted to let the people to be purchased too. high"It was his Out of Town Orden Given Prompt Attention.
1 ... is .. loyal to the issues of theeCI1IDtl'J' know that they can buy as cheap or custom in the country to celebrate. FOR SALE CHEAP-Household rood.
as ever; I Miss Vivian Briggs brought for in. Including bed. dreer. rule, wIn-
i. cheaper at home than abroad, the tnertion seven little black minorcan dow .hade*, table.. and cupboard.

Kissimmee boasts of a clock that mall order housees will continue, to chickens, bright pretty little fel- lie Mabbette street. 46St. Everybody Wao is Anybody Advertises Their "!aab" in The Valley Gazette
get a large share of the business lows. The hen hatched off 17. How's WANTED-To correspond with lady
t Started ticking after a silence of over which the local:! merchant" should that for a blow at old hard times T SS or 40, with viewof, marrlaa Ama
widower 49 years old. C. C. Btrlck-
Is it to be taken as an '
There which
fifteen years. have. are so nfany ways ler. Lock Box 990. Waycro Oa. r-
Indication of the awakening that will I could be used as a club against the 454t.pd.FOR .

C' go on ill.thl. section this .e..on' i old fellow that I believe that if many SALE"One hundred. acre. of N: . IN:
of and would
---- our young men women timber close to Klailmmee. Muff be
f ? RUMINATES (I make it a problem, become interestedin removed at once.. Price. 9BOO cah. J
Lieutenant Maynard, the preacheraky J. L. Barber.. f '
REX I II its'study And be willing to forego 4t-lt.-pd. 1 VtvwK
pilot baa been proclaimed America' I many of the useless things, times FOR SALE-On* set single harne. ,
t r .! foremost birdman, and inci- would be easier. and good phaeton. Will sell or
of the I I Rex missed article entirely 'last trade. M. D. Alexander. 46-tf.. e
dently' has earned the respect Rex thinks perhaps the old way of ; 1 f
v nation for his pluck : of interest to some of our readers. !and forgettng until too late.lOur bath, front and back porch; parafeon
N ..kw.t' The soldier outside of his uniform, neighbor, Mr. Clark has been back. Fine location. No. 8 4 ;
Brack St. Bargain at 11400. $600Cah.
was furnished with a cartridge box .erecting some new additions to his Address Otis Steven. Orlando \
E 1 The government is asking the 'wo cap box, and forty: rounds of ammunition -place in the way of (grape arbora. It Fla. 4t-4t. .
'' >' ... men to aid in fighting the H. C. of L. i the cap and cartridge box (appears already. if the yard was :
FARMERS-Send for free
today a
by/economizing. With the food prices were fastened to a sliding strip of {full of fruit trees of different kinds. ample copy of the Florida Farmer
leather to a belt which went around His industrious wife is always busyin and Stockman published at Jack '
'' ; at the present elevation most great the body. the yard and garden. sonville. Tells about livestock raising .S l+
w ; American homes are forced to econo- I The Democratic rooster is still on dairying, poultry, citrus fruit eas.tcJ4.lscMI. ,
H Y Heni. also furnished with a and trucking, weekly, at 11.00 per -.
mise. haversack to hold what he had to eat the range. He declares that Muff year-three rears for fl.OO. Only .
and a canteen for his drinking water. and Puff and Duff and Cuff must do livestock and general '.rmln.llap.r + r
t The* Gulf stream is said to be about These were fastened to a strap which their share in keeping down hard In the state. Write today. .-
was thrown over the shoulder. times. In the last poultry reunion W.ANTED-Woman for general tioue -
;' ten miles to shore than
our
nearer
I The first order in to |he strongly: favored this telling the work 9 a. .... to 8 Po m. W..II
Pi s ntuaK!.. Now. if it could be induced to handle the cartridge loading which the was soldier female portion that with eggs at 5ca a week Apply to'; Mr*. Milton' Pled- SAM'S.MAILS .are safe and sure and our pendld) I
44-tf.
remain 1 there during the winter the did 'by: opening.aia box -and removing -' piece that they could afford to cackle rer. UNCLE for giving prpmpt'attention to mailed deposits are
i; r high coat of fuel would be the least one therefrom. The next was over one egg-each day.: POSITION W.AN"l"JCDA., A.*t. Engr.. f

l4 of'ourtroubles.: . tear cartridges and1" thisJwas .do e Jt>y|Itowq'those: ''wbo a 78-read.:year Mold good-bye next ar: or or construction.Tranltman on Ten general Yuan aurvcya experience -, ,.the. result of a careful studied effort to satisfactorily) serve a large
taking the nd"tn 'our' mouth and,t on R\.bJ"hwaF, Irrg-latlon,

i The past week the State Road'Department tearing ft off. Next, charge cartridge,I tide will bring .in a new age.. canal miningC., .nil"tr-trauuM: :: *n A and constantly growing list of out-of-town depol tor..
which was done by inserting the car-
8U Clarkabursr. W., Va.44ltpd..
,. made flattering offers to
; tridge in the muscle of the mnsket. PRINTERS STRIKE FORCESPUBLICATIONS '
}, i4 two of KIs imme.'s road men.- It ist' Next, draw rammer at which order TO SUSPENDNew WANTED-White cook and DOUM- l TOWN '
WHEN CANT COME TO : : /
Oaaette. tf YOU, :
class drew keeper. Apply Valley '44- a'
.., /indicative/ of the. of work being you your ramrod which was *
don on the roads of the 'county 'and encaaed loose)' under the muzzle. York, Oct. 14.-The co tr"- DWELLINQS for rent Apply to M \ aa'i.' '"
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Then ram cartridge and return ram. versy between certain local union T111.r.FOR USE THE MAILSt ;

t ., the conditions of our street. met, and the _old thing was loaded, their international unions over BENT -Two .'room apartmentwith V '). ;"ff:'.,J,
the I I. '
then :you drew the .lock of your gun demands of the former which bath and screened porch.. tit "
The pubUe'Maltb Is matter that'to the cap box and put on a cap nearly ,Include a week from 32% to'' 44 per. month; tbr_. room apartment If y.. will drop u a Eat we will gladly tell yo.
t '' must concernevery; individual in the I large enoup'' for a toad to wear hours and an increase of '$14 per $14: four room apartment "1. SlnRle -
A community, and just at this time of and you were ready to take-a pop. week with double and trlpple pay for room* ,water II per and month.light This House price sere abort It, and iaddeataHy a few good
when activity of theet.11 This .in drill was called loading in overtime, to take effect immediately, .'*-."-' rl..*.> In modern. Mr. E.
the year every nine times. Draw C* 1 motion charge has closed every magazine printing E. Wells. IK Mabbette St. a9-lf. reason why. yn should. ue this bank. -
y 4 putting on new life'the utmost.'are .. 1, .te.r'l.. draw R 2,'Ram C 2, return establishment in New York City.
'should be takento ''safeguard :ramrod 2. I Some of the local unions have retained ' FOR cleared BALE and-Ble-hty under tease aeree: I 11 acre acre In

this health to prevent''. recurrence In engagement it was load, open their membership\ In the Inter- bearing orange srove 41,000( worth
fire at will then each man.don. national union while the of cypress timber en tract! four.room .
of the dread flu pressmen
of a return epidemic
.hoaae and kitchen. Also 10
the best be could about 20 rounds, feeders and paper handler 'are re- bead of cattle and a rood bunch of
if for no,ether' The. doctors '
reason. and the. musket got so hot that you ported to have-seceded and struck.'' range hoara loo** on tb. ranve.Farmlnr .' ST.ATIKIS'SIMMEE.BANK\ OF
f seem to >;agree that:the disease' will had -to throw it down and pick up Publisher of the magazhiea mean- .tool* and Implemanta." Lo-'

appear 'again .this'' winter, though' another and the next day your shoulder while have no choice but to suspend cated-near half cash balance Ksnansvllla'Prlo.0.200 terma to .attlt.' B .
they deem It: will b* in a milder form..: was so lame from the musket until the unions settle their differ .H. O-ny. XenansvlUe. Jl-tf .
kicking that yon.could hardly use it. 'ence. This means that fhe McClures .
Should a' few in town
eases :appear 'The. foe ears .
Apopka plant is now strictly Collier's Weekly Pictorial Weekly FOR 8.ALJD-8.eolld"and Ford
there would.be no cause for the his- "CornelL" Mrs. Cornell baa the I CotnVopolitan, Hearst's Magazine at attractive prtc... Oceola'Motor .
'' teria which'characterized Its'..ppear.aDce *. cre.t stout men there all the time, Metropolitan. Seribner's Mnnsey's, Cow COT.Broadway. % -. ', .

last 'year,..but\each'''-ca..-should .and.,tntn captain -of plants> John, although Popular., Delineator. Everybodv's, McCafl's. FOR SALE.-Mr' six room cottage 911Broadway ai
be 'guarded with> the.utmost; car*' and ,employed' at the Kissimmee Popular Science Monthly, Klslmme. D. ,C. ,Mar- RESOURCES $750,000.00, Capital 100000.00 C ,
,. side .is called and ton II N. Walnut Street. Akron. O.
upon answers any Vogue 'Vanity Fair), Motion Picture ;; ,
human .lnttreat.. ,civic.pride and every t 1 call from 'Apopka v when any. compli Magazine aDd' 152 others together .'. . 41.71pd.710TICE. II. ,. ,

r other good incentive, ''should* cation arises.. with ,many of the largest tradespa- .; '), Officer*,aat Directent ,, ,. '
*
1"r' brought .to bear to keep It out of the I The reports'received'by'Rex from pars in the country, will not appearat :
.' acboola. Prof."Fillers,' and all' the' the Bull Crab Grass still and Sand the usual time. t Rested\ bids will be Vee' el".4-4b"l *the C A.. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E.. L. LESLEY,' V.p.:! "
Gully countries are favorable. i Issued the Periodical Board of County Commlaloner.O- ")
A statement by J. D. JEFFORDS. Cashier
Icbool.lIthoritle. ';will us'their utmost Florida, .
ceola County.
We just want ovUit'those sections up to 10 a. nNovember >. r
) Publishers' Association of America .
;.,, effort, in;'keeping the, schools ,so' bad that >we can hardly remain reads in part: '. nltur for the the Ird..A...*w,vault D. Itllf aa per on blueprints fur- N., B. CARSON. M. KATZ;;. ,
tree tram flu, a. '..eU as all Other. and take care of our. business here. "Some of the publishers are-mak: on file In the Office of the.Clerkof C. A. CARSON H. FLEMING .
,
eo tarlou.dl"AI'", but tight here I Is JKisslnunee I is good "enough for 'anybody rag plans to remove their plants from the Circuit- Court- ,-Klaslmmee,. Florida C' 1W, C BRYAN. E. L ) :
the best place for the 'parents and yon can, while here; al New 'York to ,and many The: Board reserve*''the' 'ri.bi to. reJ.ct LESLEY. .
? { very moat.enJol' country life, there being cities bidding any and all bid.. 'J. WADE -
Western re g'OuouIJ .. TUCKER Directors.
and to manifest the right 3.: li. OVERSTREET; ".
,; guardians ,
; of room .to farm-if, wish to '
plenty yon ly to induce these publishers consider the .
Clerk of Board of County Commissioners 1
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spirit and co-operate in'making' the ". IJ '
Three
toThe I their peculiar localities. '.of, Ocola .County Florida
"', Kissimme schools', ,free 'from'' all I' Fennell garden, is still In' the very J large' publications have already 49.02.

,tohealth: pont ,send the ''course'of cultivation. That completed 'plans for permanent' removal I .
menace .if they are 'UL man continues to labor cenUe-j and their' printing machineryand t..,. .. ........ .-... .. . . . ..... . ..o.. . .. . . .. .. .... ........ . . ... ..
cbfdnato1uhool it is certainly a surprise to the'printing paper supply is being '. .
he has .ecoJIPU.bed-Clne' hipped to Chicago. < '
/THE MAIL,, ORDERS, MENACED; pthered and other' would appear in ;

,Almost as'much money,is'sent out its .place-and even *now be'I planting I Dwarf essex rape .
seed to take the place of one that,forage_for pigs.or_chickens,andlt Is
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r *"+ of to :,mail Palatkaevery order houses'!.year',as byreonsamer' i* spent in* hasbeen, : taken rout;; Would. pay;a easily: grown.Tel.grapll' . -; : MONEY 'SAVED "

'Y the local'stores.. If.thl. practiceIncreases'It .- , . ,, '. 6 'f .

., : ,li, not Difficult to see''what .- .. -" .. .. ; .
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i f. in &toN'for the commercial of '
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". ; Order l t ., Opem Day aad NI kt -
this "" Pr.aotfy.hutiaded ; ; e:' '
community.Merchants, / ?, ? r -iw* ( ,. .-- "
.. '..,,,rt Justly; complain 'v'\ -:' Aat.. Beane r/

I that 'tbycannot.afford.to/keep; : ;.ade. ',..... +.b" ..,, J .- \ ISMOIVEY '..

r .. 1 O I'k< i.,, ., r'.' ,', 11. .'
the people, refrain, from [ordering .
'
c '
r :what they need Clut,of town.. This i is '"j:.. "- ;. .. <.. '

true. But the. ponsumealso', has, a : EISELSTEIN ,BROS. ' ,4' '- f .'!' MADE .
'
1' ..view point. ; '; "' '.. '.." ; .:,<;..!, 't'i: I ,
''te.t' ; h' Making a hypothetical ease, 1Funeral'Directors'Bt.Embalmers'; ) : '"" '. "'Ii ,-"' "'
i iwbich happens to' be ''baaed:pn .fact, ? ( '1;" .' \\Ii ?i- "',

,i 'We cite a 'recent 'Instance; which Is : . ', ',' ,.; \. -- .. ---..-.. ,.' ,
"no""iD Dag' exception; of the "" ,,-:. T "1
Jby1 1ST. :CLOUD FLORIDA t . 'f -r.' >, '.
i ,4omlngJto Palatka of '.* new"'family. 1.n '

'.'!On- .of the first' .things r contracted ) See Stanford: Before You :
'' Buy ,
:for" was, thl, local aewpaperi..Tb. : ;
I< make ,V ,.: \ Io '.
!housewife had, occasion to xi" "

I telephone order, for .lOme dings''She ,'V'Offic* .aad '' .Re Weac*:.n... 60. . ,Lady AtiUat 11j J I

looked through.,,the papers' and no- "... -, .. .. /

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) THE tUSSIMMEE ;VAXLET.GAZETTfciFRIDAY' : OCTOBER.2(. 1W4ITEMSiOH _ 'i,,1' ..,'*' '.. ,fit

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T..t. '

: trip Sheriff to Arcadia'Ingram this made week a business leaving Casino 'Thea'tre CA3TOR''eEAN' GROWERS. . . .. .... ;/Jilt.. 'tt ; ff 4 t 1
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\ ,; WEEK Wednesday ? V' : TO, BE..REIMBURSED .. ; .'I ". f .y ..J. .

I For that cough nothing better Week .f October 27th '" j '
.than Nyal's Laxative Expectorant. Baturdays 1:10.Nlsh4 Washington* D'C: ., Oct., &-Jn a '4 % i aI/, + .
Matinee f
Kit-'..11''colors;, at' Centra- -_ }' Drug For sale by Central Drug Store. p. .m.tl: -IIO.: : decision just rendered' ; the Board of .,1s.-___ _",t...1- t!
Stor. ., Contract Adjustment .Cf tbe"W.r Department
See ,Chew
Hud. Ba'.., : Ray Mhe typical farm MOND.lU': has taken jurisdiction. A .
n has"opened ,
agroceryator.'at hand In "String leans the Casino fl i
at Qonatunoa"HAPPINESS Talmadge' In o
bier. former stand od Hughystreet. theater I A ." the'.claims' of growers in Florida, '
Saturday. FMODE.
.. ', Select who, in", todd faith, attempted to
1| Five'roOlb cottage close in. 'fine 1 location -: Ind and Ird Enlaodes of raise, castor .beans for'the manufacture
Goodrich .Rubber Goods, The Guarantee4 on brick street. Fourteen Hun-:i I I "THUNDER AIOVNT-+If.!: "' of. castoroil.to lubricate airplane
Line. New stock just received dred' fifty dollars,' terms Nelson!! TVKtDAflEIit engines during tb
war.
Central Drug Store. .1' .. *' P 1- ,
Realty, Company.-- UNDER rlImn1UE'NWOOD ''TRE .-. The decision was made in the tencal4l
.
G,$ W.. ,Foxha.s ,moved 'his law of. Mrs: E.- Q. Vans Agnew, who underwent Paramount of, Helm A Walker of Miami ,f .'
flee across Broadway into'.the'rooms' .an. operation .tor JppendlcltllHCently Star Comedy. Temporary Alimony, but. the same principle applied .to alt if'

,> on the"Aecond. floor of' the' brick block at Orlando, ; has recovered i More,WI5DNKSDAT. ,. castor, bean,contractors, and it ,is understood e'' J J

J.. opposite) 1" sufficiently to i return,.home. .Harry "TWR) in OAMBUERR* T" that, similar: opinions'will be ,
This and next,"eek' 4s the time to Lend prestigeto your.'hdm.: by I vltaeraph'. handed down In .& other. cases..with ,
'J.I 'Comedy. '
save money on-t shoes.- Will praise" being the owner of a New Edison, Mutt' '4- :" in the next few'days. 3 ,iw w {
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prices from $1,to 58.60 apalr. on first "The Phonograph -with a Soul.T Central Doug-la Fairbanks THVSIKtlAY In .t'. This' 'information, -.will. be partlcu.larly .: l. .

,of November. F." H. Lawaon.; ,. Drug Store, Agents.A. e .AMERICAN ARI8TOCRACT.'" gratifying to ",.baut..bc thoa- t4,,,tp.u
Circuit .spurt wilj 'convene alarm Harold Lord Comedy, j sand:FloridUns who ;planted a large
? Here tiN called the Kissimmeefire :"PAT TOUR b Jll8." ia.
acreage.-and rho :
,
next week with" ? consequence
Judge Andrews, the
) department out Saturday night FaiDATJ.esa ; .
new judge for this>circuit, presiding.- but l-the blare at the home of' a colored L. L.sk', prearnt ,of suffered all 'other.looses' "eolpbinn.d.TM !..tothose, '' ;..
..' Rotiinson''. avenue THE, WOMAN,, THQU. 1AVE8T M14! States ; v *
8 -money buying'-ghee* 'this ahd man on ; was ,J I: ; pr'in ipleeaustof the failure.
next ,week, at F,,H. Lawson's.* '.. extinguished without ,damage. ,. . -By Han CalDe. r
, Mrs. D: D 1 oiV will lnir the onir.andth ... determined! by investigation,, was
Rev.. O. B. Falls, pastor.Of the Bap.. 12 .acres Improved land4room Kls.IAifn*. Auk-m ntd. Orchetra the T unat w l1\ulated. Inferior seed ,. fw,'
\. tist church, will fill his. regular: :appointments -"house and -some grpve; 2, miles from a-ram.*. W.tl8..4:1I will furnish: ;ith Night* mualcal, 7:15: pro.'Ifl imported by the 'Uov.mm.nt.&Dd _
I
...1" here next Sundaymorn Ry. ;station. Pric. $16001' half cash, and "1:11. Prep..' 14' ** and If cent. . furnished *for planting .purposes. ri b4 ,a.l, ..,4 i 0)-
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ing and evening. \ balance easy terms. Realty: I 4.TCMDAT: 'Castor" beans had.net: been .grown
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.. Company' Khld, B nntt.1n-- ,->i." '* .* A' '' ,4 ,; u f
shoes : Will 'for. nun "cia' .purposes.In. 'the United I
Buy 'advance
now with,, FEATHERS.".. ., rrl
I AND .
wholesale pricesthe first,of November $fr. J D. '"Woodbeck motored toOrle.lldotor..leWr ll,' ; VFU83: ; Arteraft. States. for' shout,a. .generation.
advance being' We, -$35O'a" hours'(Tuesday in Mack Sonnet. Comedy 'those AthleticS andvtio'doroes lf' Iseedw*..available ; tt . '
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pair. P. H. Lawson. ; ....her), new -tar: accompanied by Mrs. I. for planting\ Che..largeacj9eage:" < desired'by et' i hl i;
Mr. and Mrs. R.GIover.return.d',.Ge rlrl Gardner Mrs. L. ..H. Ingram - '- W.r'd.partlnotntIt.be", ,,
home Wednesday from Decatur,.,and 'Mrs. G. M. Shearouse. I ; J. >fintrOcen, !one of Narcoossee's' came. lleefll.azr-; ;[ therefore.- .Import . }'. 'I

Michl;: where they 'spent the summer... 11or'bale.-Ferris'' strain of white prominent 'men, 1'as. In9wti Tuesday . "Aa cargo: of.seed frqm' l"d.ta.tomeet" 1t, Is
relatives and old friends .., leghorn ,hatching'egg*: .1.0-day 'old on business, :. the emergency*, ,but .the l latent .

among Permanent' Waving-VWill ;'not corns', chtx.after. ; October 16th.' A.E. Thomasv -I I Charles. Donegan- Telephone 215-3 KI..lm-
out without washing. Mrs. McCoy*' rings, cattle: kings was a. visitor to .loss to the Contractors; ,&lidcrowel' nmTOMAN,' aOU.GA.VE5T'.MB.
mee. Fla. Ki..immc ... .. ;
Parlor Taesdajr. .
Beauty' -Ypwell-Duckworth ., ,
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Isy \ .T"CASINf.if
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..Bldf: phone COg Orlando, FU. 4.. .t. t Miss Agnes Webster district! ( Sixty-five hundred acres good tock As .soon as. the disaster was -ap : Hiirr, .tiPidaJ- : .
for
Hunt 'I>,dbetter Hollis, ;1.y-C y7Summer. "soujth, and -east Florida/in' the farm.; part .prairie and -part citrus parent. Senator Duncan U., Fletcher, -
./;-Ulel 1 Woodatl'and Donal]''home--eVtenslon work of',the' state.'fruit-Mnd; good'buy. Nelson as 'member of. the Military Affairs :
McKay; ... nt'1..t. Saturday( \'fli W 'spent tha jrreater part of !the week Company. Realty*Committee, lnt,rste4J>imself in the : / 7I: .:: :
in the vicinity (of CanoerCreetT returning here'\with tss..'Alibna''Smith' coat*I I f' I!matter, and finally succeeded! nav- .,
home, inhhe' evening wrtW 276 agent. Misses. Webster and Smith|I Miss Katherine Derbyshire wag' the ing cer.taln..men I tp "J.; 'C.'i'i1l 1<
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bass and perch held a short course for housekeepersat week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. A; the bill to provide relief in cases friaayrOctober,3lstA{ ': I ,
WhiUier. ,H. Funk at their attractive country I
;of contracts connected with the
T. J. Burckhalter: I."In *Kssimmee! ', home prosecution < t, \ < Ir
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'4 from Enstis today.,,, Mr. Burckhalter Mr. and Mrs. George E: Bardeen I of the war, which'made It 'Je..e; |j'Laikey t..I. ; s

s recently attended a school for fertiliser and Miss Dorothy McClelland of I Manager Harry Piano went downto possible for the.Secretary of War to J present" J .. i I' "
agents at Florence 8.C.., and Otsero, Mich., were dinner guestsone Tampa Tuesday to attend a direc- take Jurisdiction over castor: bean .
THE WOMAN
THOU CA VEST l
ME. i
which ,"
says the cotton farmers of that state day last week of Mr. and Mrs.- tors' meeting of the Florida Citrus claims'since time the Senator .v si
, are in a deplorable condition OR account Woodbeck; They were making the Exchange. . has kept actively behind< the matterto n (Story ,by ,ffall'Cane.); t. .. ,""'
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h ,of the ravages. of the boll wee. trip .from. Michigan In. .their new Hear Latzari ting "0 Dry Those its has conclusion.'It been stated authoritively Jf you (save lead the book youll surely see thepicture., "" fCornel '

vil. Packard and were en route for St. Tears"" on "The Phonograph witha, that these claims involved more legal If you .haven't read the jbook-you MUST' see'the'I '' picture:' : i
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tbelr''Winter ,
E. Petersburg! to open Soul. at Central Drug Store. She's ',4-' I
Mr.
R. Jacksonville
Phillips home. wonderful. points than any other claims presented -- Full Augmented.Orchesirs.. ,
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t has moved his family to Kissimmee[ to the Department 'but, after .
/. and is pleasantly located in the pretty .Captain S. Latta returned to Kis-' Mrs. A. M. Story returned home manv conferences with numerous Mr. D. Delsou will .i .beautiful B.llad-- J '' ./ ., Y r'
, bungalow known' as the Walter slmmee this week, having spent the Saturday from Kissimmee Park af- officials Senator Fletcher:'was able Woman ? > ,.: I
. Nelson residence. Mr. Phillips' Is 'summer visiting various points of interest ter a pleasant visit with her brother, to satisfy them that the growers "The Thou' Caveat Me. "+ w s
; connected with the Phillips Lumber throughout the east and we t. C. K. Warden, and family. entitled to reimbursement the Naha' > "
were 8j30
, Matinee 4 p. m. 7:15, 945.) I Price,25i; 35. and :'0<::1,
Company, whichexpects to move the During his absence' be visited eigh-l Wayne Ward, who is spending the same'as the manufacturers of any
" main office here from Jacksonville, teen 'states. CaptainLatta spent winter with his family on the' eaet other war munition.Approximately .
and make this their time In New Mexico, where he thousand I.
I J headquarters some coast motored to Kisimmee for a fifty acres ..
lumber interests in the near future. has recently acquired laree landholdings few hours the first of the week. were planted to castor beans in -
t in the Tularosa Valley ofi I For Rent. -Light housekeepingrooms Florida. and it is estimated that over '
Mr., and Mrs Arthur -Greene, of * I
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I, Kansas City Mo., arrived in our city that state.James complete. Central location. one million dollars will .be returned r

' last Monday, and are located at 704 M. Willson, jr., has returned Telephone 142, Mrs. W. H. Farmer. to the contractors: and subcontractors "
1' ,, Mabbette street. Mrs. Greene came from a summer's sojourn in New]I 44-tf. as the result of the. decision of for QuitkLun h : w
the Board rendered.But
to our city last April and purchasedan York City, which he says has been I County Clerk J: L.. Overstreet has for just Senator Fletcher's fore- ,
orangegrove near Shingle Creek, pleasant as the weather has been received the soldiers' discharge record and in that : ;
sight persistence seeing
and later they purchased the 'Ivey wonderfully cool there. Mr. Willson and will record the discharges of Florida not discriminated .
farm of 83 acres, near their first pur- says'stbat every indication points to;,Osceola's soldiers free of any cost.I against growers it would'were probably have-
chase. We most heartily welcome almost prosperous winter for ..Florida -|I At a meeting of the Masoni* Lodge been to present these >

Vthese people to our beautiful little which Is at this season the destination 'last week James Goodman-was elected claim necessary at. great cost to the Court ofCl.lm. Salmon. Steak ___?_-___..$ .SP. jienna'Saueage'' ;...._.._..-, ;.10 ,
wish them much of northerners. Mrs. .
city, and for many :
pros to take the Master's Degree, q;
of
the United States, where
homey and happiness in their new' Wilson,3will.not weeks] return" ".home" for" "two'!.Iwhich will be conferred next''Monday tby'Jnlffht have lingered and langutshed fink Salmon. _....-.U. ....'.ii.; *' i0 Weal"Eotif t. : ,: ___ _..;..___ .. .2$' H ,

i or more. night.. ,. for many, years before final California' Sardine ..._... 12 Gtnotl; .Beef f __ .,------"I-\, .k5
Rev. and' 3 n. W. H Coleman returned :, From the.standpoint;.of., rapidac, -j j, Dr, C. p- Summers",. conference settlement., .. .. < : . j.
home Wednesday''from Cincinnati tloft,"ElIte' Ferguson's latest: ArUraft,iaissstonary, .spent the .,greater part taken. diction'etary' of War Main Coast Sardines ,._.._ 10 .Roast Beef ,\,.....;:.VCova "" -'-..---r.' ..3$ ,a

- 0.. where they attended the picture, "Under the Greenwood Tree".fcf .the week with his'' family here has Puri under the Act .'Oysters1 -.-'-.:-..:; -.:- .zt
international convention of the Christian Corned ,Pork ...._____. ,JO
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conferenceand theater next is of the, claims will be .
church.; A/Methodist Tuesday ; one near Enterprise f'/ ., F' presented
a racing meet were -being held I best -seenr "at Manager Woodbeck's!", .1. 'R.. ";.Anthon,/ oft Jacksonville, through' regular channels, and actual Tuna. Fish: ..T-.?_... ,.M. Chili Con i Cams ..._?.-lr/a 1 w
'at'"the ?'time of, the''.convention and popular playhouse this season. It. Is settlement of all- claims should fol Deviled Tuna ___ ,._' .10 'J.wada :
"- -;'_. : Tongue ....______;.... '.2S
be .
Mf. Coleman states the city was a delightful photot$lay"and may Fl-lancing low within the; aert,(thirty prjsixty-. .
crowded to overflowing. He said it I seen again and again with profit. The { ) oUed L'Meaf'fc, .: .:__-:::.I, _.O5'Sliced Beef, I 20.30'ah&__ .40 I
< was necessary: for the people,to.. line story.ii charming one and-the various the Citizens Bank., daCitaeris"of'Vlorf'ds.who''hadldirectcontracts : ''f "

up .in order to get into the restan'i: scenes" are both thrilling and',4, 12 acres ..Jmlrov.dhalf'- 'mile from I with the government' for :. ., (Serve. ,witlL. ,Grave''Hot Stuff, _. ._,..;,__..-._.";,_..-." .'t" .,." " ;. t .
fi'' rants and other public pl.eeL humorous. ; . the growing of -castor beans were '' 'l';. '", 'f
sty limits. Fifteen hundred dollars. .\ ,.v'> And Stuffed Olives _____.. ; ', {/, ,
- - Time on One'Thousand If .desired. Helm. A Walker oJ4I.am'D.; C. Gillett "4."' .tf"''''' '''dJW'1'i., \' .. '. ;
Hamner
.i.. .. . .,.. . ... . . .'. . .. . ... ...... ...... . .._. ._ ... Nelson Realty Company. "e Jacksonville of T.mpa"B.T; S. Evans.Li"!: of Jacksonville of. ? ' :' .

i Sergt Edd C. Roberts, returned to and ti.G.. 'Ware of Leesburg. : *Taylor l s Grocer '
Kiisimmee this morning from the ar- I AD' subcontractors who' have not

my service at Deeming, New'Mexico.: already-done so '..lao ld file their > r,
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ESTATE BARiPBfof ( Sergeant Roberts was in instructorIn : It!
claims'Immediately'-on the form prescribed PHONE 259.. i x'i
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'k the signal service. '
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by *he Department'with the
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?'The;Knights':;: oi.PfttiST: ::iR:their firm or person with 'who .they contracted : :
regular meeting conferred the rank i ,. to be filed by them-or.him -- "-
Next' 30 Pays 'WIf Page'-"Bobble1'Par and elect- with' the War Department for finaladjustment { .
ed 'Mr. .McCorquendale become a and payment. ..000'0.. ............... n............. ..........t..''.'. . .. '
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member of the-order. !:
..... IS ,License. Tax iVptlce"
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y'Ii. Mrs.J. S. Cadel who left sometime .flJDCMEONLY AFTER r,.... ,
broom house and loC; all modem convenience $'soo.oo.'Il ago for an extended trip to Washington I PUBLICITY
? -: C od. *, , ; D.' CJ and'who'stopped at'Ashe- '4t ,...:--,..... ,? 'Notice, ,is hereby given. that<:.state\ and, : '

- Good; house and three. lot, with orange tree, $1700.00.. 'riUe,-N. \;., for a few'weeks,' reached While 'the ,"Commercial was not license tax on' l
profesVsiottSt'etc.
home Monday evening1. county occupations,
:
l' jt iV hoaxed with the "end, of the world"stuffs ..
r' Ten acre Grapefruitgrove'in ,oodeonditionusf, coming.intobearing. -.Rall Bass moved Us famfy..to his that- fellow Porta sent outnumber ,-'. a .' ., 'are"'due. ttnd:pay able at. this of. :
', boxes? fruit AIL elegant new country home on East of Inquiries have been received -
.- Should have'double two thousand+ $5500.00.ofj nezt' year. ; Lake.this week, and; Is'daughter-in.I in this.of flee: about the' pro.phecyrand'the'following lice:;on,,October 1st.[ .-All perBons-/iri: ks',:or ,

:. besuty.. ; and worth ...!the price, : . ... )j.... law; Mrs. ,Ruby'Bass, has moved' Into letter.,.received '
t, Fourteen acres of land under good fence with house worth the residence 'vacated by, him :.by:.<3. ''G; .Ware in1'answer' :.to corporatious'Uable'for this,/tax: :who' have ..

, house Mn.-*R.. 'E.:Hew, ',.who Is In .Klssim- an inquiry made'of .the National not paid the same' on; ,or' before October.:, i!
SOO.OO. and lank water in three acre bearing .
$1 pump lI'ovb mee with, her little.daughter aftd;wee Geographic Magazine : let,, tilt I '
located,,on".Dixie Highway,:Price\.$2500.00.?-. ?*.[ baby girl, Manraret Jane will: f soon rest any disquieting thoughts readersof '25th will be reported to'. ,the, ProsecutingVAttorney ,: ,
'- J' tie Ne.,, hoaxed in this section! "
T4 it tletum 'to her home' at(rfarcObsaee.Theyare' papers may immediate' '

: Also.two furnished houses for ;rent at..reasonable rates, a+ " staying-at'the-home-of'. ,R. have-experienced.r letter is' .ip" f..t.he County Court for .
P Glover. 1 ed by' of the
4' W/J.-Showalter"editor .prosecution. If in doubt ffistowhetber'yoa;
"' .. -- ),Mrs. 'H.' H.>1Break.-' 'has 'returned magazine, and.is as follows' :' ; .

,?, Js,... McPHATTER from' Tennessee' where' she has been.pendIDC' f J..;.have'. yourvalued favor of, recent are liable for any such tax; write, or call on,
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: ., i. ;.f datecoacerning the predictionsof Jc
.. vdelightful summer, as J
V Over Market I J : in 'Chattanooga one Albert F. Porta, ;that There the. u undersigned., ,C. L. BANDY _,
{ (. ; Officsj" .. Central \:''ts.tr'. andsKnoof xville.atlShe, reached home will be dire disaster from December '
.
> > 1 Tax'Collector.. '
*. *. .J 17 to 20.owing'to a pecuUa"croup-,. ;
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I . . . .. .J..;D. Leamagand'W.Brovr. J,, prominent .. an inC' individual of the planets tryingto this; get I. .a'.publicity ease of .o. O.OOfO..O.. t ...o O ,t .. ... ....'o...!. ..

citizens of"Loughman.' 'were in himself to make few dollarsat
for or a

.... .I 'O '...: t. ... i....' : o'. 0.. . o... o.i. .. the city at the Tuesday county Joking: court bouse.'after--Tbey business ening so much proph.ey.a line-out'. ;The position of the'threat, of the

own -groves in Osceola-as w.llIn planets to which: he refers'is practically -.
< Polk county. *., .'" - : y' the same as that which occurred -
Mr. and Mrs. E. 'bKati: ba.e'leas in 1881/ and ".most".of. us lived
SteamLaundryForSale, ed the pleaeapttresidenoe\ on.Emmett i through that* without experiencingevil fAtLSHOIS---:

street,:; owned..by Mr* Dean,* and are ;\\tim ,." -Leesburg Commercial,

., moving has purofcasad the bungalow theywere I jE. L. Lesley'expects: to,leave soon!

j : ,occupying. for '''a business trip'( to ,northern .
r' Oti account-of other interests which. _need'my' Fine'suburban. property, fine large. points .*I tJ", w'Alfred' ' .' . .
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house, five. acres good .land, house Dow.'one 'offclsimmee's '
: A large'shipment of, has
attentioa'I'.wul"'sell! : the hto''Shoell just ar
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J ," furnished. ; chickens and pigs Special. well known winter "residents .has arrived : '' S'iS
{ bargain; owner Is ripe to sell 'Come : Mich-, and will 'I i rived'a t our, store, for" ; roraand other ''wilt :" '
your ,
tbe'winterinhis pp '
4 Kissimmee Steam 'Laundryat see this fine property, it won't be on spend pleasant cot. ", . .. -
. T the market long better hurry.. Nelson tage,. on Broadway. His son and family ..' ''be coming in right along novi..' . 1.";''''
T. Realty Company are,,coming'thrugh, In their ear. II Ni* v t> . i I.. w' .

a'tmrgnin. The laundry has good"''equip- > Mr. and Mrs.: Newt Taylor, who 'A:., B. ., Donegal ", .'i.
the '
have been visiting relatives here and entire" dairy'stock i ofFJ.SW.Oliverthis ,":'. We are .prepared. to 't'_ ..fee. of the whole.. fanv. >,. *
merit arid is a fiood.. pay Ing.lb id 1ess. at Tampa tor'\\ the past few weeks, week. Mr. Donegan does not intend -
l'I Jy'With'jI1l t b.liDd of Shoos want. and at prices .
leave
today for their'home Cocoanut going into the dairy business, you * -
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Will sell, either, with .or without, the ',building. Grove. Mr.-Taylorhas been seriously however but has resold the cows. :tha'tari low'when with others. % '}
III and was in F. E. C. hospital There.were tw.ntytin..' dairy compared. t '
'' ADDRESS. at St. Augustine for several months. COWS in'th herd.. ' : -, '>.' .' "':'

? We are pleased to note that be is now > :.. vWe; :also ta eordmfor; :; -to-me au .dothin.
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mucb..tmproved.- 1 '1 J tl[ State Boy's Club "Agent GX. "Herrlngton :: '

: : ; ''Dr. H., Thor;Weaver, county agent ,": assisted by the county thati; *" right, uptodate.FRED .. I ,' '.,
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: Ai&KnhizT : for Osoeola, has. returned from a tenday agents, is holding club contests -over !
: trip to Gainesville; where he. at- the state These contests''are b.lc11n "(.
: tended the' "Roundup'" there. Dr. every county where there Is a boys' '
Weaver spoke of the 'meeting asta agricultural club, which is in practically ; ..

.' KISSIMMJ3E U' ., ;FLORIDA,, splendid 'one and said the .attendancewas every. -county of -the state. S: 'CIL'EER'1' T ....
;; T \ very, large' .Mrs. Weaver," who I Splendid reports have-been made so :. ,1:1' .' : '' y'*
'- visited friends during 'Us' stay,atGainesville far' and Mr. Herrlngton SSJM he iswell :

-: . 'f. returned' home ,with"Mm..I, pleased, with the .work. !

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; THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY cJETTE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, itll.' _
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t BREAKSMY, GOLDThaty DR R. THOR WEAVER. County Agent . ., .-,:..' '.., I'' , I"!,..,.(I ","' '1,." .. .:
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+ A; "'.;::,; :' /, y'i:' !1t:, If': JiAI'I'! itltiti'th! {, 't "
the nets : :
\ The meeting of county agents in Full directions for making I ,
"" .t"'W'1'I\\ "v : '1i .lf) 'It \ ; ,. ;.
: .1.1.A' Gainesville resulted in stimulating/ and illustration of same can be found .:. ', !'\\bJ't:1):) i'.'(f.1 'I ;.(' 1:" . '
t ;' ,Dr. Kins'! New D... the :work of 'community organizations/ in Bulletin 148 of the Florida. experi +:i ,> : """t, *i'i i\ :I; III Ij I" II.u;1.I .' .'!":' :" 1 1t
for station , '. ,'1' ,
ment "
for"the purpose of doing things/ . \ ll 'OJ..' 'I'\fit\ "i'1. 't / f t tr
1 r coy" q' for fifty'' year ''acoldbreaker" the benefit of-the farmers and cltl-+ : '*>" ""',,' !1..1'\: : ; .,.\.,".,F,! <.\\V"*.W;,"il,. .. .'- ,['
cens.in aU the counties. An Agreeable Surprise. t- '''' ,' ( :' ,, '.j.: '.
\ 'I : ;- : 'MilHjlVS( \, :: i, ( 'j (j;:*I" (:'i'( >* ,
Oiceola needs theM'.orgoiani.*I "About three'' when I ', "
county years ago .. : ,'' '
? } cations in every particular. Marketing was' suffering from a severe cold on '. : ".,, ''''p.'': . ,
bat sustained Quality 'dairying, livestock raising/ ,for, my lungs and coughed most' of the ; '
NOTHING ) effectiveness' can age trucking and citrus particularly time night and day, I tried a bottleof '.
.. arouse, such enthusiasm. .Noth the livestock feature if' one. that Chamberlain's Cough/ Remedy and ,
'! l cods &-. relief from stubborn old! should be taken up"as never,before. was surprised at the promptness with i
+ << and onrushlnenew ones, grippe, Better herd ofattla: will in consequence which it gave me 'relief," writes Mrs. i.d '
throat-tearing concha. and croup could bring better prices and greater James Brown Clark Mills N. Y. num *
1 tiave made Dr.' New 'j "
King's Dlacoven .
1 .. the.nationally popular and standard profits. .,Th..health of tbe'animata Many another has been surprised and best pal : i ibwnioke
I. 1'remedy it la today. i i the fljfst ? considerationCalvei with the prompt' relief af
reliable.j should' -vaccinated to prevent the forded by this remedy. '
r ,,Good roe whole family. A bottle In tick fever from reducing then to a }
k ' 5 thej:: medicine cabinet means a short mere*form'.; Feed* from better grasses j IF CHOLERA SHOULD APPEAR i
lived cold or cough. OOc. and) SL201 Is .tb.lI consideration; last When cholera appears in his herd
k ,AM dniggtsta. Give it a!\trial. but surely. foremost eradicate the of hogs the average farmer is at a
1 : tick:." loss to bow what to do. Since hogs R ,
f 0\11'.,next important Industry is are highly valuable animals he does < -
]Regular Bowels Is Health citrus The ,growers'should be very not wish to lose them. Here is the
' careful to cultivate their groves in proper plan for action acording to \ 4
Bowels that move spaamodlcally::- November and fertilize,. but, in no instance Dr. A. 11. Logan veterinary field .
K' free should one be day and ntubbora,the nert;' should:they "fertilize before ,agent for the Bureau of Animal In- "Meet after the movies"I

4 'ti+? New healthfullyregulated Life P II.. In I this by way DiKlnss ; consulting the county agent. so as to Flora.stationed at the University of you I
von keep the Impurities of Waste ml check up the. kind of fertiliser that -Ches. Field :
,ter' from circulating through the q.t should be used. The severe droppingof I Have all hogs treated immediatelywith r
+ t I 1 tern by cleansing the bowels thorough- fmitrdk-back, wither-tip, tear- anti-hog-cholera serum, after '
; ,,17 ana promoting the proper. .. AQWNol. stain stem end rot is no doubt due which they should be kept on a light / I
G I tille. .,..,'It.?' ,1- to 'cause* 'which should be handled diet for a few days with pure drinking QTHING like following up a good show:, ;
Mill.eomfotblet Tessa'with some ..degree of care. Over use water and confined to limited :N
r yet always
w . bl*. Dr. King New' Life Pills work of ammonia is no doubt one of the quarters that should be cleaned and with a good smoke-Chesterfield. :' i
with precision without the constipation causes plus the wet weather, and lack sprayed ocasionally with 1 part of .
'resulta. ill atlvea, 20C.: at of a complete. study of the individual compound cresol solution to 30 No ordinary cigarette, this. Mellow as an I
y usual at ddrugglata. trees. Co-operation with the county of water until the disease has abated
agent can solve some of these prob- in the herd. old friend, but rich with flavor-the kind i
lems. To obtain the best results the
, !serum must be administered as soon that goes right to the spot. ')

FLORIDA BREEDER TALKS OF as the disease can be detected in the '
+ You Do Morv Work, BEST HOG FOR FARMEROne herd. Be sure that the temperature Our own buyers in the Orient select for us ,t

y fi t You are more ambitious and run get moreenjoyment ,of the hogs is taken. A temperatureabove the choicest Turkish leaf. We blend ,with -
out of everything when your of the intensely interestingtalks 104 degrees in ordinary weather 1
s Mood is in good condition. Impurities in made at the recent farmers' and when the animal is not ex- this several varieties of specially selected /I
1
'I n the blood hse a very depressing effect on meeting at Gainesville the Livestock cited Indicates the necessity for an .
J the system., causing weakness, laziness, Roundup was that of J. Pope Bass increased dose of serum. Domestic tobacco. This blending-by a .4
nervousness and sickness. of Pierce Fla. Mr. Bass' subjectwas of "t
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC "The Best Hog for the Florida I COMPOST SAVES FERTILIZERThe secret method-brings out new qualities 'I.

restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying Farmer to Raise" and the gist of compost pile is one means of flavor that .other and less expert methods ,)
.and Enriching the Blood. When you feel what he had to say is as follows: supplying good organic material for -' I
Its strengthening, invigorating effect see It is true that some breeds do better the farm. The materials which can fail to find. 4 4That's
bow it brings color: to the cheeks and howit
certain conditions with and
under be used are ordinarily wasted ':>
f 1 improves the appetite value.you will then certain feeds and methods of feeding, the expense of making the pile is what we mean by "satisfy"anentirely ;
: Its tonic
appreciate true "
than do others but there is no best slight when compared with its fertilizing -
'' GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC breed. If there was any one breed value / new kind of smoking enjoyment
Is not a patent medicine. it Is simply that possessed all the good qualities C. K. McQuarrie of the Universityof '..
- IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.So the American farmer would have I Florida extension division gives ... that you get in Chesterfields only-nowhere

t blood pleasant needs Quinine even children to Purify like and it. IRON found this out, and there would. be I the following directions for building; else; for the blend is a closely guarded
>qnly that one breed. Make water-tight
today a compost heap: a
1 ; to Enrich Ik- These reliable. tonic prop In- No faOT 'KTTd fancies should influ- foundation by puddling clay. Spreadthe =: secret. It can't be copied.
4, a' erties never fail to drive out impurities ence the farmer in selecting or main- clay about 10 to 12 inches thick, :
the blood. taining foundation breeding 'animals. moisten and tramp. A frame of logsor ,
;V. The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'STASTELESS The farmer breeds bogs for the ..amerea.on of lumber should be started isI
; Chill TONIC has mad. it ." 4 J.-
is in other line built I"'T.
that one any around the pile and gradually .ru.
r- ; the favorite. tonic in thousands of homes. This
folks at bu.lne.a-tor profit. being up as material is added.
c 7 More than tbIrty7"" ago it is well for the beginner and of or
GROVE'STASTELESS true I I A layer leaves straws, V.SIII
would ride a long distance to get
R Chill TONIC when amember likewise many "old-timers" to keepIn weed. even, 15 to 18 inches deep ,
,s I of their family bad Malaria or mind the fact that utility is the should be placed on the clay. Then
} ,, needed a body-building strength-giving essential in breeding.. place a layer of manure 5 or 6 inches
;_ tonta. .The formula la Just the same today In every breed there are certain deep over the trash. If raw phos-
; and you canget it. ,from any drug lines of breeding that are deservedly phate is available sprinkle 50 to 80
tore. 100 per bottle. popular because they have been built pounds over the manure. Then add liesterfieM
up through generations of careful se- another layer of manure. The pile I
\ master breeders who have should be kept moist. Sprinkle if
: WE KNOW WE SELL THE BEST succeeded in establishing/ the more rains do not occur often enough and '

o SEED. fundamental essentials. The farmer keep It well tramped. .
should keep these facts in mind and I It takes about a year for'a pile to .
A ,_ FOR FLORIDA FARMERS carry on these improvements by close rot sufficiently for use. It should be

;t Our reputation of yearsaisurei culling and 'proper feeding.The ,spread on the land in the late fall
1 farmers'hogs should be a breed Another pile should be started as r
-t )t. our Hy-Teit quality. that is popular with the feeder and soon as the year is up. The compos :

; SEND 'FOR FALL CATALOG AND ,.the packer that is adapted to all I pile will add materially to the ferti ,. t
;a sections of the country that will ity of the land. :
++ PRICE LIST. ** .
1't thrive and fatten on a large varietyof -

(*\ *We are familiar with planting conditions feeds; that will produce at any MERRY PARTY FOR SENIOR 'f 7.\ . I J I
age the most pounds st the lowest '
.; ; : .! ,' perhaps we can help you. cost; that will mature early to the LEAGUE. w. , .'! k .. ,1 i
<".jI }, Write greatest, weight i consistent with qual. -- ,
;; ; .,, ',' E. A. ,MARTIN uSE, CO. ity; that has inherited the ability to The Senior Epworth League evening weroyally .' ' ,4th," tea irr+ 'w r r .Qnd t o b '". I -.',' I,
entertained Friday
'grow frame and make /growth.
JACKSONVILLE.. FLORIDA. Broad,high backs with good spring/ by' Misses Cecelia Overstreet and 20 for 20c i
of ribs and full, deep hams denote Nina Bratton, at the home of the ct n't be copied !

carrying ability and cut*. former. ,
Good strong feet and heavy bone are I Merry games and contests were
MORE EVIDENCE OF essential, for the carrying of great arranged by the hostesses andwere } '

S : weight. Long, deep and roomy bodies enjoyed to the fullest by the --- - -. I
,1 dh means proliflcy and lots of pork. guests, about twenty-five members) of ;

GREAT RELIEF are Deep signs' chests of vigor and and bright energy.open With tfyes the A league.conversation contest opened the The Kissimmee Valley. Gazette, Subscription $2 "Per Year ;i

when Mrs. C. H. Summerswas .
smoothness ,and mellow touch you evening/ 1 '
have' quality of 'carcass. Size spells the clever winner of the prize .
j., more meat for the hungry world, and a large stick 'of candy. An observa-
: '- more dollars fur the Florida farmer tion was the next number followedby ;

?&. wi. Dtzry,' Nervous. Back, and his' good,family. receiving a honorable test mention.At Mrs.. Cowger I 4f' ;

Was Lame, Stomach Full of !I' the close of this very pleasant
.. Gas and Bowels Constipated.' ,, GATHER",PLANT BUGS MOW.Several''species evening delicious tutti frutti ice Buy Paint- With Your

QI ., .. ... ,. Gets Unusual Results., of. plant bugs, Including cream and wafers were served. ,
f c ;: the large green pumpkin? bug
IT foe e. doss its evratlve week la a MBV. the red rotten stalner. the giant and Subscribe for the Valley Cssette. '

.u-... traichttorwar eMU.. .U *It.warit.......water.' to work WtU. the 'smaller leaffootedplant" bugs,
le.dlg tile u.... w.rewt ..,.... ,the brown stick.bugs ete., are often ; :
AUI.. tee uUrioo wtta ; I very destructive to young and tender Will the Eyes Open- '
'&ad ballelse lbs rrt.Wood: .
... .......a.. .... .. plant growth In the late summer and .
l tgatlt, 101.IDoat. .......... ,...... early spring On,such growthjio con .
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I he.._... ..... ..,11 I -' tact ,, insecticide can' be used, for although ' Influenza
"rN u.. have wiflr4 wltue
; ,........ pa'" to BU Met .M Babiu' whaleoil soap, kerosene emulsion : There a. .jnuch difference> in the character of paints
tk* JolntiT It pee pure kerosine will kill many ? a* m
Hi, Moil hip*. tk.B tM ia M Mtefi" of them, it. must be to strong that it Return. people. You want''jaint that not only looks well on'
d .... tt. ..._Id..* cad .!!>.*.. Hytoen r your
*. Bra a ..Mt e>... .C trocbl. MPcUlly *. Ii is liable to injure .the'planta also. -' but that will give the best service> lowest
wkM I s.t .P la tke Moraine wl. The only''thing 'to do is to collect Pubic Health Authorities Predict IU property. you .t
also whMwovl4 man. a ealekiiM** .. them J. R. Watson of the University coat. That is the should a'
fen*. I... also t..*..... wife {conMlp. says Recurrence. reason buy paint containing ..'
f' .!... kfadaeaaa, ..rYe......... s* I did sat 1'' ale./-..U..aBd DI was aSset ."For this take a and paint rapidly
sapt.q purpose pan the
all I Guard Against It by Building; Up
was by th atat darkens 'scales and -
off
into it an inch or so of water decays.MASTIC .
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....:I read la be abase what, pour .
Dr. Ead <)... for ao papara BUB* otbar pw and onto thism. film /of kerosene. In I _Blood. the Surface :. ., . .. ...."'"
.Ki. am4. ....... to.trr It with the ......It' the early morning or on rainy, day i
t by tka UBM I bad SaUad .....all Pepto-Mangan Creates) Rich lied ,
of t.. ant bottle m r pal. bad Mt BM when the sluggish, go alongthe J '
sad tb. aiUtotai was w crag ....,. 1 rows antiknock the bugs into the I Blood and Increases Strength. and.
... BOW Jump Hsfct ont of b.l withal. you '
l pan. This Is a job the boys can do, .
.. the and allrfatMt, climb aUIn paID at. without all. sea any stoop. fronM about. *.;L and it is not.. slow. as it. seems. United I! ;; \'
..J -** 93w coaatlpatloa la setirely.. go.I :f'i-In'"young' : -citrus: *treeswhere the 'Save Air --- -. - -<\' PAINT
...- 1 ,.es... .hero....t a to bndaebs oat .., sad set .f or boom wits says an4 I bugs ,often severely* damage' the recent statement' from Washington _. .
,; :.Io sy. appetite ... tm proftCI sea' young growth, this method I is much 'warns the public that the much I. .
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!fwi psrt.dly well .... Ht q *tfs ,quicker than spraying with an insec [dreaded influenza epidemic wilt prob- '" 1,
.lIat. the I keep It .p, MT'air..1.i ticide. At this time of the ,they ably return this fall and wnter. AU 'L t
.. '' year : r
,. gym!| .u.* '>ftkr BottM' Just, te< 1uk. mxBtatwnoits sometimes get on the fruit and one medical authorities) agree that the ConWru thshijyttest'Ipertcattap Ot% NC:mixed (rt cos'yeot proPtxtiotr witht !

..' Ilk*'this from ........ rlstr or two. of them on a fruit will causeit ].weak bloodless, run-down individual pure Lead and poouncIln lIenWne UnMeli C+U. In point of a an .
IB our eases town Nab do nock to fruits 'Is to.contract. this (as and R u
.U coBTlnv purple of tk* tea BMrlt oljDrae drop. Those injured are more likely ijreat covering capacity, longest weaUS .Pea Gee Mastic PaInt prove d
p' *. Tkli *. Bt eratalaany unfit for market. Not only are they well as any other infectious disease) ) worth during more than fifty years.Ask .,
I """ .17.: pNsa1lwn.r ether kirafol dry and insipid but the junctures]than is the strong, robust, red-blood- ; ; :
'.' --... nor. .t aflMta tkCENTRAL tis for Free'Ps1nLBoolt'7Ie.S and Hen
"to, 'b.srt. bet Ie eotqrsomd .f tile Jaici..t'', made by the bugs afford avenues of ed' man or woman In view of these a Point Tktm" or writ ;
DIP' diasat lasts ... Nebo entry for the. fungi which causes the. facts, It is wise to use every' effortto Peaslee-Gaulbert Co. Incorporated
II='''tall .--.. ad II ....... fruit to rot. When' the bugs are on'' build up the blood and thus increase ,. Louisville Ky. ,
_a 1 .dill cb.: ., H the fruit it is best to collect them in !''' the badly resistance{ to the Invasion -
' DRUGSTORE large nets! made for the purpose..me.e of the germ of the disease. I OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY

. nets should not bele.ihsl Gude's Pepto-MangaA is an absolutely Distributors for Pee-Gee ,,paint Products. "
t + feet in diameter and about the same 1 dependable red-blood builder lit all ? Klaslaunee. Florida.. ,
ti' Constipation., in debth. They can be quickly made I(I conditions of lowered vitality not due ,
The beginning t : almost every: aerions with a stick 6 feet long 10 feet of ,to serious disease of the vital organs.It .

re disorder constipation-- If you telephone wire and. a yard. and a _improves .the appetite__ imparta
'want to enjoy good health keep your half of muslin. The net! is placed under I color to the cheeks, and creates new
3 bowels regular.', This is, best accomplished the limbs, which are' then vigorously hope and ambition in those who have .
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r by .proper diet and exercise shaken causing the* bugs to I become pale,weak,and listless Physicians
' ,. but sometimes a. medicine .is neededend ,drop into it. After all the bugs on .recommend Gude's Pep4o-Man
when. that Is' the case yon win a tree have been collected the bottomof gan. When you order, be sure the
find Chamberlains Tablets ara' excel the net is dipped in kerosene which ,kvord "Glide's*,* is on. the package.
x lent. .The,.,. are-mild.-and. .gentle in kills the bugs and keeps the net constantly Without "Gude's" it is not Pepto-
h ,thetr.'actIoD'ea.,. and' ;pleasant'to wet. This -rk should be (Mangan. Furnished in both liquid!

teak,. Gire them. a trial.. They'onlyr done in the early morn when the and tablet form. For. sale by all.

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THE U* BHEE VALLEY:GAHTTE FLAY ' * 24 If ItPrices -. 8.1Th-



. . ...... ... . . . .... . .. .. . . . . drawn In approximately It! fe.t'alon.. a t, . . '. '..1It -
that portion of the Lake front intended -
J "' to be Improved. ,for the purpose of .'
': '.. ", .. ,.... a making;at'' greater amount of 'l'CI: tn
.t depth no greater expense
J anti ens and taxpayer.. of Klaslmmee,
shower ,
: for' Fertilizer
," Whereas. It la the wish of this
Council to ascertain the will of thetas l
payer entitled to vote In a municipal 1
.;- .. bond election, as to this con'
Two Reductions in 1919 flciHEKEFORF templated ChangIn plan and speci- 1 1Me'

,, f Be It R..ol.edrhat
? the Mayor of the City of Klsslmmee
.' Have you 'our latest Price Lilt? It. will interest you. Ideal Fertilizers now give better :value do Issue his proclamation calling for
an election to determine the question

: .... for the money .than any ''commodity! bought by: the'' grower either' for farm! operations or for household . of. makln In the-plansapd the change specifications above mentioned or.Ilrlnany -* ,

.. use.. Quality maintained ', v I Sled and In accordance with .J.
--r/ .
the plan and
specifications more recently
, 4.' flled. to-wlt: .on-October 15th. \ ",, ----, '
1(1. and known. the "REVla&D -
Write to lit at .once regarding your fall requirements.Shall . PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR Tk. Story-f mTrft CrU* -
BULKHEAD AND FILL ALONG A 'r iY
Po lotfea la the Mevy-4I'IIcIF..
we tend our new Vegetable Book? PORTION OF THE LAKE] FRONT,OK ... for Maker rslhw la y''
LAKE IN. .
) TOHOPEKALIOAand at .'eh A. . Mlleeaa eaUeteTia the .
present on ills In the office of Alan J.acDonourh. ,eeea Apatemiae I.---L3rdclam. ,
City Engineer That la Aoeit901M was rand Chief Twre* .. 1 ,

Wilson &+ Toomer Fertilizer Co. said week proclamation In 'three. successive be published Issues oncea of sera c---.. ,His pay .aodar I*.|l*.-,* ..erA .
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the Klsslmmee Valley Oasette. aKIsImmee -
Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers; Newspaper, Immediately preceding 1 ,II;'-
aald Election.
. I. w. J. Steed. Mayor of the said '
aemn ville. Fla. life -
.J City of Klsslmmee.. Florida do hereby man's among: men! I

municipal elec font. to. ratify and a apeclal adopt i

the reviled. plan For bulkhead and "

.000000..0.0.00000..0.0'0.00.000000000000000000..oo..ooooo .o.o.o.o.. fill resolution above, set will out be held In In the the foroa-olna Council:'; Reel them off--Rio-.C bc/ltar; 'afloat.that win''snake you a .wet

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Chamber. of the City of Ktsslmmee Ceylon.'Yokohama-dl the great come malt in any company. i'

I during the FIRST; the regular day' of NOVEMBER.ho of'yotlni-A.(;on D. port of the world-.are they only'\1._ ..Work-sure;and a man'*work 1< "

1800 STILL DOING BUSINESS lt>19 CLOCK RUNS AFTER ]lution 1015, pursuant of the Council to the foregolngReso of the City of- -'- place oa the map to you-or are 'It is, among men. .' > ,r

Repeal order, and satisfied cuMcmen who have uied our fertilizer FIFTEEN YEARS .SILENCE Klsslmmee The form of ballot .shall they port* where you're e..u.Pl&7>-wen.rather,withabuneh.of .:
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oJ yell after year, who always gladly recommend' goods to their There is no-question but that be Official follow Ballot: of Speclar Municipal lag la from the high eeea with /. men who know bow to play'

neighbors are our ben advennement.. Our price. not always ..-. thlnjrs are going' to be lively aboutKlasimm Election .(o Ratify and .Adopt'Revised every eye along the shore turned \?here comrade of your wry '
lowm but when QUALITY i* considered high Writ Plan. and Specification for Bulkheadand
never loo
e this winter, and if one Fill admiringly on :your big ship- heir ear the sounds of .,..,'
for taieal price list., or send order and will be uvated right along a portion of the Lake a vln, :
you
__'_,FEKTUJZata. INSECTICIDES. SPRA\'ERS.-POULTRY SUfPUESC. doubts((Thirty-five this, consider this Mr.story and:Mrs.J front lilt. In In Klsstmmee the office, of flied City October Engineer 16th, four ship $:very.ocean.baa'a world title, of booming guns,of.% .1
PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. ; years ago lAlan( United State ship tailing for f
Cjf J-ckeonTille. Florida J. K. Hilliard bought a clock in a J. MacDonona-h. ewuhinCe uncSl :you will
| Make a Cross beautiful walnut case. It gave good question of ;your choice hare with' them and ; ..
service for year but finally refusedto VOTE FOR ONE. never die 1 +
If you're any call In you for a away .";

THE WOMAN THOU GAYEST ME run and all the efforts to clock For Ratifyingand Adopting Revlivd foil life-Join, end color all your And when you,com home,you'll .l

DARTING PIERCING I[|! A magnificent plcturizatlon of doctor This was were more unable than to fifteen start;years it again.ago FilL Plan for Bulkhead and year ahead with memories face' life ashore with level' ey. "( j i

,"The Woman Thou Caveat Me," by, and tHa .clock was put up on a pantry thing worth seeing-with knowledge for Uncle Sam train In eetf. '

SCIATIC PAINS Hall Cane, the most famous novel by' shelf to be kept a* a relic. I Against Revised Plan Ratifying for Bulkhead and Adopting and worth having-with an inexhaustible ,nliinc a* well a* elf-respect. ,3

the Manx author will be seen at the I One day last week the Hilliard I Fill. fund of eea tale end The Navy builds etraIP&r
Casino Theater next Friday. Hugh family was surprised to find the old' '.
The following qualified voter are dvaaturea picked up,ashore, end,, .oo moUyooddlc.
Ford of the and
one most experienced of I' relic ticking away as of yore, hereby appointed to serve a* officer

Dive way before the penetrating stage screen producers, went to Cali James Milliard remembered to have of said Clark election: ....far ewe assesep J.. tlllli...far........-..... '
" fornia to make the picture with a I heard it strike during the night. T. N. John McPhatter, Edgar Fear weeks oHday witfc pay each year. Shore leave te a... ; glA,,
effect of Sloan'. powerful cast which includes Kath- The family feel absolutely certain Katz IN and WITNESS H. N. Brut WHEREOF.ton. I have lead.eights et port vWted. Mea ataray ........ Ooo4 feed / c r

Liniment erine MacDonald Milton Sills, Theo- that no one had access to the pantry hereunto set my hand' as 'Mayor of the .ad Bret.uniform eotat,... PaybestastlMday yes..... Oe
dore Roberts, Jack Holt, Frltci Brunette and the clock but themselves and no City of KUiimmee, Florida, and fuB ......- from yew aiemr r.rddag. _..... IfyeaeaM '
caused the corporate seal of said >< saw wAere doe aisfiit iiin..llls..statlea la, ask r- l lPuiisimsi. ;
Katherine Griffith and other. member of the family has touched it. City to be hereto affixed and the same ...a.-.. ,-. .... '>, .
So do those rheumatic twinges and 'I l, "+he Woman Thou Caveat Me" was. They are at a loss to account for its attested by the City Clerk{ this 16th

the loin-aches of lumbago, the nerve- produced upon the stage by Derwent startingagain after so many years day of October, A. T>. 1919. '

inflammation! of neuritis the wry neck Hall Caine, son of the author, In of silence but it seems to have takenon Mayor of the City W. J.of STEED.Klsslmmee. SHove off ? Join 'the 1
the joint wrench, the ligament sprain!; 1917 Boston with success As a a new lease of life. Attest:
the muscle strain, and the throbbing novel it outsold all other works of J. R. GILBERT. ,
bruise.The. Hall Caine. Florida farmers are going right Clerk of the City of Klsslmmee. 44-et.

ease of applying, the quickness I As-a picture It doubtless will prove ,,after the corn weevil this year. Many GUARDIAN'S NOTICE TO SELL HEAL
of relief, the positive results, the clean one of the screen' greatest triumph ,new air-tight crib are being erected ESTATE
lines, and the economy of Sloan'* The tremendous story of Mary' ''and old ones remodeled, so that fumigation ::1 'l
I. Court ef ,
Cse.ty Judge state .f
Liniment make it Universally\preferred. struggles after being sacrificed i upon can be effective. ."... Oeeeela (;...ty.In U.S.P.J4"1erty
85; i'Oo $1.40.; the altar orwedlock to a man she I
I hate. la unforgettable and as the 6-FOOT LAWYER LOOKED LIKE Re Estate ef Mlevr.Ollvlae Bella Savage, "

story cover a wide fteld-Egypt: Africa PUMPKIN. Notice I* hereby given' to cll whom '.'. .?
India England and the South It may concern, that r Bay } j..

4I Polar regions -it will be not only "I was often doubled up with pains awe vine as Guardian I.daavf.6c of a the minor Estate, will of,Oll-on .. .. I r.- '" ,:i;

-I II powerful dramatically but colorfuland in my stomach and was yellow as a the SCth A. D. 1919, .....- .. ... "' .. .... . c.. .,. '., '
fascinating in T. M. County
other
every way. Won Judge:: and MUrthY.
I. 'The production has pumpkin before taking Mayr's In for -, at t
all star cast of'. practically. Miss MacDonald an derful Remedy, which 10 years ago his office In Klsslmmee In said County situated In Osceola County I I state:' of a'n. )Mailer. deceased,late of
player at 10 o'clock a m., or a* soon I andNine '
: saved my life. My friends had given Florida to-wltl Lots Eight (I) Oaceola County Florida to the, under1'aliened
a prime favorite, hag the the thereafter a* the matter can be-heard (I) of Block (0) of Motel Bite !. Administratrix of said estate,
I f leading feninine role and Jack Holt up all hopes of my recovery as tor : rrlt"etrOi\: sell at public or private iKIsslmmee Park. The said< land be'Ins within two years from the date hereof, ii I

GET READYFOR I has one of the belt roll of his screen best enjoying doctors the did best not of help health me. now.Am In said County I I.o described- It: r.alestate ; assessed of said at certificates the date In of the the namesof Issuance I Dated. Sept tth, tuf. .1'r..ioT i
career. Lots Four <4) and (5) of BlockTwenty .A4m'nl.tratrlL'
C. A. Blowers and H. K. Sanford I 29-IL ,
It is simple harmless preparationthat '
I a 10) of the 8 F. Railroad Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ; .
DOCK removes the catarrhal mucus Florida; : 's Addition to Klsslmmee., according to law, tax deed
PAV1LLION SHOULD BE ROTICB or SCXKJCUTOR.,,
less a strip sis feet four Inches

from the intestinal tract and allays will Issue thereon on the ITth day ofOctober
"FLU"Keep F I. THOROUGHLY CLEANED UP the off the Northeast aide, of said A. .D. 4F... Fled D..ra-e.' )
Inflammation which cause prae- Lot Four (4). ,I "IfoVBRSTRBiKT.. !
Jticalli' all stomach, liver and intestinal' Which application will be based upon Clerk Circuit Court, Osoeola I., C.ert ef ter. Ceaatr. Judge.p.bit..,
Mr. W. B. Harris Editor Valley Ga. ailments, including appendicitis. the petition for such Bale now on ',I I Florida. 'set, nerfe-a.O-vee.Ui;; Cevaty. :' ,
file In said Court:
zette. One dose will convince or money re- Dated September. tIt' A, D. ISIS. 'I[I(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) count"1 ... re r Ketete., ef Blkrtda-e Lt..,... /
I
Dear Sir: Would you kindly call j funded. J. Z. Roberson and dmg- FLORENCE). 1e. SAVAGE, I Notice I* hereby .Iy.... to all wham'
Your Liver Active, Your. the attention of the city authorities ,gsts everywhere. __ 41- t.; Guardian. NOTICH TO. CREprrORCeert It may "concern that'on the .ttb dar.' '
Purified and Tree F'rom'Colds : and the in of November A.. D..1111 I shall ,
to
the
public general '
system condition
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. Judge
e-f the Ceeatr .6. OsseelaC.ssty. Murphy..
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX to the Honorable T. M.
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by:Taking Calotabs. s of the "pavilllon" at the end I ADVERTlSEMENTSI DBBD.- St.t..1 Fl.esda.Is of said Court .. Judge of Probate, for r
< the Nansealesi Calomel of the city.1 dock T The pavillion'walbuilt LEGAL 1 my anal discharge. aa Executrix of the
.. through'the endeavor of a-pri. Notice I* hereby given That H. O. re Katate *f B. D. Mailer estate of Sldrldve Libby, deeeaaedsand
7ableti that are De- I Thomas purchaser of Tax CertificatesNos. To all Creditor DIstHbu- that at the earn time 1 will areaeat' -
'. vate citizen Mr. F., A. Lincoln, (now THE COURT or COUNTY .JVDGB.I 40g and 105 dated the Ind day ofJuly tee. -and all t tAcat.elj"... Claimsor my final amounts a. Bzeeutrix oC''
i I rightful, Safe and living in Sanford and the help of a I OSCBOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA A. D. 1511', has tiled said certificate Demand. against said Estate: \; ::.aid-estate, and,ask for. their. approv
j 'Sure.. ;committee to provide a I I In application You. and each of you., are herebynotified ,ai. ." *, *-, "j 't. <, .. ""A -.* "** '. *
/v .. Notice U hereby given to all whomIt TJ.:1 ,
Dated A. D. .
accordance and required to present any June Mth.
r I place where people, especially visitors mar Concern That I. Elisabeth Cot- with law. Said certificates claims and demands, which yon; or I' ETH JrAKR.

Physicians- and Druggist are advia might go to have a good viewof terman.Cotterman.a. guardian a minor of Rebecca child of Elisabeth Andrew . embrace the following": described prop- either of you.. may,have against, the 16-o-a-m-S-ma BiecRutriE,
the lake, and a place to apend a
ing their friend to keep their systems Cotterman, decease will, on the
pleasant hour. : 14th of November, lilt, to I
their in perfect day apply I '
purified and organ The pavillion i* now in a very filthy Honorable T. M. Murphy CountyJudge t r fxl I1,2t
order a* a projection against Oaceola ,
working In and for add County
the return of influenza. They know condition owing to the fact that at his office In Klsslmmee In aald .J. ,
that clogged system and a lazy it baa been used a* a shipping.polntfor County 10 o'clock a. m., or as soon
up
influenza and serious cattle and hat not been cleanedup thereafter as the matter can be heard.
liver favor colds, since such use, and I la also being for authority to sell at public or private
the said minor's undlvldedoneflflb
complication sale
T. cut inert a eold overnight and to used a* a "ship yard" for the :repairof Interest In the fol'owlne described \
serious complications take one boat f real estate, .situate- said a
,, prevent should be County to-wlt: .
Caletab at bedtlmo with a wallow.of The pavillion thoroughly I I. Lot seven (T) of Arthur H. Done- _
,water-that'* alL No salts, no nausea, cleaned up at once and put in gotod' gary, B. C. Miller and H. Clay Staiy- S Sr
ao griping no sickening after effect condition and used for its original ford' Subdivision of part of' Block f
vanished resting place-and meeting Hleven-: ( South Florida Railroad
cold ha
-Nsxt morning your purpose .J.u of the Townof 4v ,
"your liver 1* active, ypur system is pan-, place for our home folks and visitor Klsslromee City. Thor said Lot seven wrdt't
fled and refreshed and you are feeling Your sincerely -f 4.. okl '; apart of Lot Elcht'of said
tot break. MRS. CLAY JOHNSON.1; Eleven aa subdivided and shownby
n*.with a hearty appetite M plat flied Also the' .' '. ..
fait" Eat what you pleas.aodaager.Calotabs / ed.. Interest In Lots sra.: (IS rl.ldci !; .' .. f
are cold only 'In original tlndlgestialliWoganess, CotuUpaUon. -. Sixteen. (|6) ,of Block Seventeen (IT\;

sealed paekaire, price thirty-five 'cent*,"' r' a on* ahown record.In on Plat. plat Book of Klsslmmee No.* 1. pace Park 41, ".", ,' r'''. 1 4 I io "ii"! F : ,.I

livery druggist,.', if .you* authorized are not to perfectly refund Chamberlain'*' Tablet.**:!fuss"restor Publlo Record ten of said 'Cou,,')''. ..Cohtalnlntr 1'f

a.yolight.d\ -with Oalotab*.-(Adv.), -' ed to health and ,happines hundreds I > Also the sam.'undivided Interest In . '1'
who were afflicted with; indigestion\ the ifollowlnari Beiin'at a point 4Sfeet .;
East and IISI.I feet North of the
Cold Cao.. Grip*..la ..... biliousness and constipation. If you Northeast corner of, the Northwest -.t-,
troubled in thlsway. give them of the' Southwest quarter of
are quarter '
LAXATTVt tOtOUO fltmiWE Tablet*tseaove thrasa. .,I SS, SS, and i
is trial. You'are certain to be pleased Section II, Township Range c
Thus I* entr a. rBnok Qunuoa. .benefit run- thence North Sls.d'feet along the ,
.E.W.C OVT g s< thence South 11S.S1 feet. thnc4 'Ve.tI" : .
..... .. .. .. o .. feet to place of Klnntntf; ..ndcontalnl. t *B l* B s W e aaa"""**" -
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Which will be based '' yem with'
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: petition now on die, hi Bald ..
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:, : Tax JNQtice. a. ELIZABETH COTTERMAN. ,,4. .

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r. .. NOTICE i; .hereby .given that, Revised Municipal Plans and Election Specifications to- Ratify IRINGE" . : ,. : ... .

:- for Bulkhead and Fill Along a Por.tlon ..... ,
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*--- the<,tax books .:of.Osceola..Goun- .meeT'-.of Florl. the-Lakt Front-'ft Ktsslra- >r'+' <.' e' ....RT.awsoa...- ',.. 'g.

Under and byvirtue of authority .'" ". ,Aw.SrNys r ,
will oh November 1 first vested In me'by the following Resolution 'ddrrornJWa Y W
; ty open of the Council of the City Of JCIsslmraee \ '" = '
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for theyeah'/ 1919. I am now RESOLUTION.Wherefore It appeara that. owing; to the'natioiu4 joy mofuty/; \ v\, \ .' l > ,

;:, 1 : : the weather conditions that have prevailed Oiiratayliurowncigarettes"w1tiilPr1nCeAlliert'.is! j Just = f1i-::
estimates.: for the paat eight months.' It : ; ..:
ready to furnish tax would be Impractical and asalast the .
: beat Interest of the cltlsens of KIs.Immee JLX about as.joy'us asideline, as ;you eyel'rcarrIed around fa :;p d.' slew Tatra..., .1"
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: A discount of '2 per"nt will) .be. .fill contemplated along to the construct, lake and front the bulkhead aa originally. and 'your grip I 11FOr! take Jlt.at ooy rangle; ,.you never got such o quality,. 'Wkl' '' '''.s 7. .c..k f. :.

all. taxes paid during Whereas Initial,,expenses The bond of Issue this work to coverthe has. flavor fragrancecotm Jla 8. rnalrfn'.cCIga f e. tt0 inoar. .".",.;" ,, r
allowed on
: been voted and the bonds cold, which home-madi" wffl I il' 1'
said bond-Issue was baaed on certain life1 as every "P. A.. present you
. month of November. In plan aad apecinaatlon-then on lie ,

. '.. the and now which appear to plan.be Impractical andJ specifications view \ Prtoc\ .Albert puts new mokenotkxM m de ;; jroar,bonnetl ,If. so.. ito
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writing- this office always'. give of recent. and..ath.. ..H'coqdltlone" 'a*- aboveIndicated. ,deUgbtlul, rolled into a d uwttrnd, *p any to roD 1 And fOG'J tafca

; :. W...,.... The City Engineer. has it w. yoabeOTdosnettripc!axiwr !track I. Yod Ns, P. A.: tov u :imp cat Jt t*.
prepared.additional and -I'e..I..s. plans '
p;+ : description of your property whereby. the- bulkhead line will be sod cIDcb to buIcSJe I It eta" pat-"''you don's Jos.Jot .h s'starlbl ':..-
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Habitual CoosMpatt.a Cevedla MPanoandlbsto6000' ; _' \ .
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::: .. . 14 to 21 Day.. _- like Prtoca Albert ta li jimmy, plp is. and* m yoaalb**'lloali-*, <>, -

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WITH PEPSIN" U IeeIaDJO.OSJftP1'cI8koI..tI"for
it. ., ,BANDY, ,, pLfAX-rt a HaMtnalOonednation. rolled dgi :des tool aBh. and p* ch ... tart-test"onr.scloeti.1a****** *l 1J.

It' ........' but .i.iplpee
c. promptly ; t0ii know P. A. .. tbi t.cco: that has e&t rs, =
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'j; Tax'Collector.-. should betakete<...,., for l4to II days c .
Albert
ao ., ,0 V i a to .regular action.,b Sdmolatee w1aare oo.was itgnok.d'b.lore.. . Yas"'sic, Prk. umt -. '
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l ..i..( .. '\. t, "" .. Recolatee. V.J'IeMaD&1O Take. Moper : + 7''
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HI THE CITY ,BAKERY r St. Cloud Department' Osceola Hardware Co. .,



i s .. .-..............-.... :' NEWS AND NOTES FROM ST.: CLOUD THE "WONDER CITY." 1 Located on Klsslmmee's '

BY OUR HEGl'l>AH '''CORRE PONDENT. CORNER
BUSIEST __

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t \- r "" I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Baxter of;Deer,'Jtor at St. Cloud on' Wednesday I.
Park spent the '. week-end with the..1 I' E. T. GrifTa of Dayton; Ohio, has *
, \..' . Hot Bread and Rolls:,' ,e. ), latter'. aunt, Mrs. Florence, Hatcher,, come to spend the winter in the Glass' Pitchers
at the Luke View 'hotel. > ]Wonder City.

'1.\ '.* Every: Afternoon Mrs. Siewell and daughter Daisyof ,1 Mrs. Barker of Ohio, arrived last The difficulty of getting i in an invoice: of 'Cla'7.\vare has been
..... :)week and is stopping at Zimmerman'splace
., ;."-,-,-,' "' ,. ,,, ,1';<#11't,. Glasford.Mica{ Ill., are "here for the win I overcome ,and we have' just placed, four different patterns J, of Glass .;:
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Siewell has
... ter, and accepted a
. fact extremely
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moderate priced in
," ' ' >.'1. position at the St. Cloud printing office. ,I Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, Mrs. J. Z. Pitchers on !pur ihelvei. AH are
,..r /' J' m ,' i Roberson Mrs. L. H. Ingram'.nd low priced considering the time, and the paces of other kinds of \,
J ;d of Cincinnati Ohio I Mrs. McCraney, of Klssiramel, were Let show
Jacob Bauser
f1f )! pleasantly entertained on Friday, ware. us you.
( I. .has arrived in our city and 'is \'locatedat Oct. 10th, at the Studio Tea, by Mrs. $ SS $ $ $ $

ii The Proof of the Bread is in the Eating the Bonair hotel. I L. U. Zimmerman. WE CANNOT PROPERLY DESCRIBE ,: ,'
!| Mr. and Mrs. Albert Abby are here I Mrs. John Nelson and Mn. Mary .
R tic : Then Try Loaf and Get the Proof. : from Ohio, and have rented the Flint Veeder, were Kissimmee visitors off those beautiful Electric Table Lamps that we've just unpacked :
a
. house at the canal. fail Come ,..r '
? "" f"fI. Friday last. You'll have to see them for our powers of description us. :
.. t.. ." .(!t I., ,/*'.' Good. .1 I I D. A. Gill arrived here Saturday I| Mrs James E. Hews, of Call way, to our store and let us show them and give you price.
J. ;evening .after quite a long stay at Fla., is In' our city and is pleasantly ***
4 ,Central Point Oregon. ? I(located at the Bonair house $ < < < < S $ ,Si .
'I :; Mrs. C. C. Clark has returned from ; Mr. and Mrs. L. Shambow, Mr, WE GIVE YOU SOMETHING FOR NOTHING. .'
,New York and is at' her home on Woodmansee and nleo!. Miss Hoff
FRESH FRIED CAKES Missouri avenue. I man, were guests Wednesday after Would you like to have a good map of Europe showing how it

"" I: Miss Ruth Wylie, who has been noon of Mr and Mrs. Young, near has been chopped up by the Peace Treaty since the recent misunderstanding -
;t All Kindt of French Pastry, Cream Puff, here for a few weeks visit with her Ashton. ? We have a fine colored one for you free. Step in
: father, left. on Monday for Washington I Miss Mary Florence, one of the
v Lady Finger, Genuine Pound Cake. D. C. ". teachers, is ill at this writing. and get it.
... Mr. Jay Campbell of Orlando, is Mrs. William Phipps returned home $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
: here and is stopping at the Bonair!last week from a week's visit at GETTING FIXED SNUGLY FOR WINTER. '
THE CITY BAKERY house. Thonotosasaa, and was accompaniedhome
i Miss Edith Wainwright of Detroit by her daughter, Mrs. O. C. "The! Red Cross Mattresses are made under rigid inspection, and

Mich. arrived Monday to spend hervacation Knight and baby Edwin. are shipped-in pasteboard cartons that are sealed and the contentsare
E. NIEHEYER, PHONE 19 : : with her father and sister,
toft down
untouched from factory to purchaser. They are at ,{

on Mrs.Carolina Jennie avenue.Ward, who has been I Mr. Editor LEST: WE The FORGET.defeat of the new and will be mighty comfy when cold weather comes. While you're -1:
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spending the summer in the rockies, charter was not because the majority buying' get the best. "
.. .o.o..o.o..oo..o..oooo..oo..o..oo..oooo has recently returned home. '
of our citizens are satisfied with the .
Miss Anne Farr had the misfortune present charter and municipal gov GASHUM AND SUSETTE. "
) to lose her pocket book on the ernment. Like Hamlet said: "Better Gashum': little shopping?" i}
train about a week We hope "Please can I have. a money to go
ago.
the ills have than to
suffer we fly s ;
JUST Susette inquired
she may pet it again.Mr. "
others we know not of. The majority -
and Mrs Fred Reitz have recently of our citizens: are not content "Sure thing" said Gashum. "shall I give you an old five or a .i.
come here from the North, ,.
I with present municipal conditions. new one;? .
have bought property, and intend to ,We still "The Town of "
a are : :
make this their home. legally "I'd rather have a new one. of course.
i Kissimmee City, having over three "All here' the and I foar dollars by the
Mrs. Mary Veeder and brother, A. ,hundred registered voters and sub- right one. save opera
W. Dougherty, spent Wednesday with tion" chuckled the wicked Gashum- '
ject: to the general laws for the gov-
: friends In Orlando. ernment of cities and towns, except
RECEIVED Mrs. Nina Knowlton and daughter, where tinkered with special provisions 1
.i Mrs. Smith, and grandson, have arrived the
passed by legislature at
from Tampa and moved into solicitation. councils,
someone's
: : ,#:-J their property on Minnesota and 6th past and present look City pretty much Osceola Hardware Co.

street. :alike to the average taxpayer as they
Mrs..
Mr. and L. Shambow, Misses and
Eda Epple and Ella McAllister mo- come The Board go.of Councilmen and ,1
City
Our Fall Line of Oil and after- '
tored to Kissimmee Sunday
the
IN ',, proposed Board of Public Works I .
noon. 'may be alike composed of the; best __ _,_ I ._ "
N : Uncle Josh Ferguson( was a business -- 7 T
\ Wood Cook Stoves Oil business men in the city, yet know
caller at Kissimmee on Tuesday.Mrs. little\ or nothing about running a ma-

p Hutchinson. T. ,O.Oateen Hutchinson, Fla.,,was of a Lake vlaiFOR I jchinery plant for generating electricity -

iy. and Wood Heaters, Refrigerators , 'majority or putting of them water have in the not lines.enough A ''XIT'

d \ ye ask. : experience or mechanical ingenuityto
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'Ch Rock-'
?; c .. install the running gears of a
,,-_. hen's nest. Were an agent to appear
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era Etc. Etc. SALE before them offering an improved
: and more efficient transformer, with-
a. out any explanation as to Its purposes
the majority would not know
II (whether it was a new kind of"temperance
Call and See Them and Get Our Price drink or the name of another THE UNIVERSAL CAR
I, breakfast food. A successful business -
a j man know. oniy,his own business -
I .I!, REAL ESTATE it is the failure that know a The Ford Coupe with an electric selfstartingand *.
little about a good many things but lightin system is one of the most popular T i

fi C. H. GRANTHAlti not one thoroughly. Every man to members of) the Ford Family. It is a permanently -
c .., n. Sati.laetery SION "his trade. enclosed car with sliding plate glass
.\ Homes Groves Farms I As it i I. the city council hires the ,
I superintendent and other employees'of windows-an open car with plenty of shade.
; the city and must depend upon Then in inclement ...weather enclosed and Cory;,

', .">.....0..00.0..0..0..0.0.0..0.- and City Lots their" 'torthe and skill to do dust-proof and rain-p roof. Just the car for r
the work city. Under the traveling salesmen physicians architects, contractors
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proposed charter the Board of Public builders, and a regular family car for '.
Works took these duties almost'exclusively
No Increase' in' Price Wi km son very desirable tones liKissinaei ',; but over was also authorized two. Demountable rims with. 3-inch tires all 1 1
around. To it
N ; to direct the superintendents or managers women brings the convenience '
k'i* '- it Bargali Prices> I, of any department to do all the and comforts of the electric with the durability ,
,;" : things' the board was authored to and economy of the Ford car. Early orders will '
I I do. And theN,you are again, laying
? : of IceBuy l -' I I the employee.responsibility upon an unbonded avoid long delays in delivery. 1

t, Ir .. M. I. STOUT I I ft would be well to require bondsof OSCEOLA MOTOR COMPANY i
holders of responsible .
positions ,1
307-9 BROADWAY d'
it'V .. I especially. members of council. Should : '
suit be brought to recover from PHONE 166/ KISSIMMEE. TLA.. a n
,..; 1//, members of council the money illegally .
!\ ,- ticket and save time and money. appropriated. as is being con- .;.
'It ,"{ 'Ticketi'on 'sals by drivers of wagons'at thefollowing price idered by some citizens at present, ? -,/-
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: . Many think that what we need
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,. i 21 .JOe: Tickets, good for' .20.Ib8eifch2! ; :...l/__",.l:'='.----t--. ,IJn. ", ..z.oo a commission form modified to meet y: i'r YS

/'l . 22 25c Tickets,'good for.,ZOtbs; eadi-- r''':!',\ 5.00 FISHand our requirements' and needs. A provision ,, ,
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with salary and all Us time
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: Drivers :instructed to' f full t Oysters. at his duU. and under bond for the hS 5,
t.; are. give weight. Complaints. will receive faithful discharge <*f>hem. ,
,H ,' prompt attention. V\; ," .S1'1" '* The: present council felt aggrieved 1
. f '503'Bro: dwayFISH ana siigntea' because they were not .Yl ... __._ 1j
: / R. t. BUTLER: Manager &. consulted' in the preparation of the t ,
:/1' new charter perhaps rightly.. The 4
;; '+ KISSIMHEC: ICE 'A Co.LD' STORAGE. CO... "\, : 'MARKET: : ,committee: were men busy with their C A. CARSON.. President. .N.(C BRYAN. Secreta.,.., .j;
I wn> affairs but compelled to ?
. . . __ _-" _ j. ' !o. hurry' through their were work to gef "

.. into charter legislature submitted it is was understood.. blocked that out THE WATERS. & CARSON GROCERY CO..

. ." from other special charters that had Retail' (J is
\Wholesale I and Dealers; J
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been .
., ", not -sufficiently tried out to 1 1 .
prove their worth. Had the council '"
':'S ., ,;. ,, .\ ; : f been invited to join in itt hurried M.1 t
:, '., ' ., ,. ')."." ,', ". 7; ,/p.;, : ; i ............ _. preparation it could not 'have been "GROCE'R1ES: : -
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"'..7"''',,".pjjjl! { I' .iI-, ::.: ; ..vr."U"; :: ', '' ,', f'" . ', made much worse. '
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d JY'Y1: ,.I ,..:,1ii ",, ';' :" "". ,<" !. ..'(.1' ,r oJ.\ rr" qtr x The city has spent nearly $1000 in
''c, '''' )''':'' ''; :" ('., '(. : ,, ::\ " ;f ,:; the past years*for revision and com-
.. ; ;; : ''II.,,,;& ,,,"t',,1( ,, .\.( .i: \ ;'tt'1 of book ordinances . '
<, v b : : . ." ,: W" ," J',," ;' .}"l r, ; : {, : 4 : ,_ \<"i'\j;. )'iiJ.'it -t. pilation jts of. ' "
> ., '. .' .N' ?1'f.' ..',:!i \\.tc; \,...r ,; "A.\-, j!:":, 1Y. "i" ; why not one-fourth of that sum forframing 000000 . 0 00. e :0000000000 00'000':". '.; w

,' j '1. '. "1.-. ') .p; "'',,,''I"'. \' ,.''...;. ..,._ \ ''j' 1'. *",' tI''' ''."...,''. committeeafteran.lnvatigatlonpersonally a new charter by a competent .":..' : .:., .. .. -, .,,..- " '.'. .' .... \ .:
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*.?;, and by letter of the difFer .; WjfSELL. 0" 0 WE BUI j' .
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;; Bt forms of special .chute,.. )II"t" '" 0 0 ..,.. .. .", .1fII.
". It will b4 nearly two years until I.\: HAT '. - .. 'd0 0 ',HIDES .+ q,
: d atio : T7 the next legislature meets but the .: !
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: Necessary : work of getting.? data ought to: begin 001 GRAIN' '1 t .' ,1.'. 1/' '\,'' .,. t' ;
t at once. It might be well,'for the 1 FURS r;' 0 \
; ? city council and the board, of trade .,1f- "* < -. '. ." './w.. )..A ,.5J .' '
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to work together with joint committees .t FERTILIZERS I. "
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: 1 t.-: A Banlt Book(is ;';to''' the' education r or if deemed advisable to .'1 ? *. 0'WOOLS 1 l' .'
of
t j' : as :necessary your, child ../aDY appor- 'I> . r I .. ": , , 1 ,
.' tion the work, one set of committees .' .1' o I' "' 'g I *. 'IZook'gtullymg.' :, Haye' you '{!VCD' Ft'one? The GtizenV:/ ,' could take up the'different branchesof SHINGLES "f, ""
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S, a s ,,,: -tr r, > > the works, ,. : ,, r. I/
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J. | |. 'Bank welcomes the boy>> and girlsl. 14f ay. we.'see your and 'S U 147 I'' '':1. streets taxatlon'collection of taxes, 0 .ORANGE, BOXES A 0 I t' !\ I ,, .' )
i f t' ' ,I' ''f. Let together and get busy :: ( I
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s4 '"" . -' t; ]I. t''. T ,. .., \ ... .. J 9:46s.m_ ,.. Sunday.School, ,Mr...J. +-.. ,-- 4 ;;::r--' - COUNTRY"v.. . -". --- -'......... \
: cC 1 L.; OT.ntnet.6upt.--_ CRATE NAILS',: ,0 0' ( : ;' PRODUCE ;:
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: ., dnr astltaasst C Mize.iii.e Bik : "DEPOSITSINSURED Hop 2:30 ,?p."The'IKana"m.,' Heavenly"Junior.-.- :League. Commission.' -. Miss. Or.. 00'. .-,.,- !-:1:,.., 4(" .... ...:a- .." ,.-.... +. .T... .... ,.'.\\J.:..'....'"'...!. .. '." t'i .\" ,, ,..:

8:30 + s.ntor'Leap., Miss '
Mona'' Huffman,- president. # We seO Field and Garden.. Seeds of all kindi.t .. ,
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L: .., i ',. k 'op ''KISSIMMEEc\ t ,'.7:80 p. m. Preaching- by>> pastor; Wrai..peci&I.tteaI OD to fitting out 'and
hunting parti'f-
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:..rt; %A .k J, '1M. r AYRfiwR file iIit7"'wi. .' 16 R; ', 'I..J J..i . ," ..t"1"' L. (1 "t t 9"S R.' F. BOINCT.Putoe. .\; .Ws.era. coualy agent. for; good :fsrulizars,,. ;;Ask as.I loreirc1at.ad; : :

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