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 31, 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: VID00931
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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: :CIRCUIT COURt.THtS WEEKf Bulkhead Election j iADDRESS AT B.T. LUNCHEON


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f Charles O. Andrew, of Or.1 damages, $1,500. : f' Owing to the small attendance at stats n te.In a common effort to develop
ndo..'convened circuit court on Tues-''.* Winona Hatter,. (formerly Winona ..,' i : .the .meeting called by' President H. their resources."
r ty morning, this being his first ap- Allen) vs.:C.H. Hall et al. Damages """ "- C. Stanford of the board of trade for,f The third great problem 'was the- e'
earance .here. rr-t..t, ,'" $10.000.j MI.trIaL. last Saturday night to hear the address .attitude of large' part of the United;
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and .' Water ,& Carson Co. '(SATURDAY) THE ,QUALIFIED. of C. S. 1 ,
1 Judge Andrew was born r ar. : i Grocery vs. Ucker vice-president State. toward the Southland He
in West Florida and first follow-, Bull Bass. Damages 10000. The FREEHOLDERS OF KISSIMMEE WILL BE CALLED of the Southern Settlement &: De declared that this matter could be
the profession of teaching. Later'jury",reported that it was impossibleto v.lopment"oranization,'who i* mak.I:remedied by comprehensive advertise ,
read law and wa admitted to the agree on a verdict and a mistrialwas UPON TO DECIDE WHETHER, THE BULKHEAD LINE ing a tour of the state in |sing and publicity. He then showed. w

ar and became Judge of the crtmin- declared by the court. SHALL BE DRAWN IN AND THE GRADE RAISED... .. with Dr.' W. F. Blackman president number of advertisements published
|I court of record in the county of American Agricultural ChemicalCo. of the' State LivestockAssociation,I throughout America 'by the California'\
alton He has spent), eight year. vs. P. C. Buttorff Damages ABOVE HIGH WATER, MARK,' OR ,THE LINE LEFT these gentlemen wire invited to return settlement and development; organization -
...lltant.attorney general in Talpihaiiea. $'750. Case continued jiinot..being -- AT THE ORIGINAL SURVEY, WHICH HAS BEEN on-,Monday, at ,' which time, a and said-that California had
and gained large experienceall set under rule requiring ten days no ABOUT SEVEN INCHES gathering of .representative businessmen UNDER WATER
criminal matters as he review- tice.John THE PAST met them at luncheon at Roger. of oranges and raisin, and had.
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all criminal appeals from the H. Base vs. South Florida &: SUMMER:: % Cafe,' at; 1:30 o'clock; popularized the logan berry through
tate circuits. He was appointed Gulf R. R. Co. Civil action 1200. TO .; In beginning, his.address'Mr.Ucker' : perslsten publicity. HabeUeved this
ndge' of the Seventeenth Judical Referred to Senator."L. C. Massey .an SHOULD THE VOTERS FAIL/ GRANT PER. .said- there-were' three problem "confronting .n''example in psychology which was'

flrcuit, which comprise the counties Referee, MISSION TO CHANGE THE LINE THE PROPOSITION I the,South today via: artificial worthy of.emulation. particularly. by""
State J. Sheldon Brown. Es- and Florida.. *
Lake, Orange and Osceola by vs. natural defects the attitudeof
vernor Catts in accordance withe treatment of bond. WILL BE IN A HOPELESS MUDDLE. THE BONDS the southern people themselves, He' ,aid i he was not asking for

special request of the bar of these 1 1 Criminal Cases. ARE SOLD AND THE MONEY IS IN HAND PAYINGSIX .ajtd-tlra ,attitude of other sections toward money but for organisation lie be t
hree counties and moved-to-Orlan- State vs. James Hall Will A. the'South. lieved he said*' that if 'the Southern
o last June. Drawdy and Denver L. B.... Two PER CENT INTEREST AND DRAWING FIV PER II' I Taking these problem a* his text people would get together and form
ll* has had a fine education i.i of cases. Charge: Arson. CENT. THE COUNCIL IS IN THE P smON AT PRESENT he declared that in order' to reach strong,organizations 'that the rail..
easing address and fills his high of- State vs. Will A. Drawdy and Denver I the goal which rightfully.belong to road..and other. large corporation
Ice with distinction and'his appoint-. L. Bass. Charge: Procuring OF HAVING BEEN: INSTRU 'ED BY THE VOTERS her, the South must have better road,Interested In the development of the

ent has already proved a popular burning to injure insurance company.Set TO MAKE THE'BULKHEAD J ND FILL ON THE j better schools, ''adequate drainage'South would furnish ,the necessary n
.. ne. for Tuesday morning Nov 4th. improved livestock condition by the : a.
'.The new Judge introduced an !Iniv.tlon State vs. H. A. Bishop. Charge: ORIGINAL SURVEY, WHICH IS MANIFESTLY A BAD eradication of the cattle tick. j 1 I Ifu1"tbe conclusion 'of Mr. Ucker:
here which proved extreme- Obtaining money und r false pre BUSINESS PROPOSITION FOR'TH i CITY AND FOR He said the turpentine and saw mill:''address, i Dr. W. F. Blackman went
E when he requested that a tence and'a false token*. men had passed through the South 'into'' further d.talll'of the plans of
be present and open court State vs. H. A. Bishop. Charge: THE ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS. leaving in their wake 'al''a by-pro.., the Southern Settlement Development
ith prayer Rev. O. B. Falls being Passing worthless check. Two cases. duct millions of acre of cut overlands I organization stating that it
', M elected to perform this important State vs. Walter Tracy. Two cases. IT ISN'T LIKELY THAT THE URCHASERS OF' ; that Florida alone has thirty.. had been decided to designate the c
unction. The Judge declared his in- One for hog stealing. and the THE BONDS WOULD BE WILLING 1 0. RE-SELL. ,THEM ''seven million*"of acre of land suitable -I state organizations "Land Owners'
ntion- of opening each term o( other for fraudulently) changing the for agricultural purposes, with Association" and strongly urged
urt with prayer so long at he is one marks of marked animals. TO THE CITY EXCEPT AT A CONSIDERABLE PREMIUM -. ."I.(less than eight per cent of it being the advisability' of'Florida becoming r

bench: | State ".. Will A. Drawdy and Den- OVER THE PURCHASE PRICE, AND IF THE utilized. Taking the South at a I identified with'the organization.. '
Court opened promptly at '10 ver L Bass. Charge: Burning /goods I whole he said there was, a-vast domain ..( .Resolution endorsing the proposi. ,
fclock Monday morning with StateIttorney to injure insurance company. CITY SHOULD DECIDE TO HOLD THEM AND NOT of timber and swamp land tion having been passed. President "
Joseph H. Jones and other |. State vs. Denver L.' B.... Charge: DO THE WORK AT ALL, WE WOULD HAVE TO PAY which should be reclaimed and open Stanford was 'asked to appoint; a
Anon. ed to cultivation. This vast .. committee to rate' with I Mr.:
flcers of the court present NEARLY INTEREST area extend .eo..o i
f Civil cases under consideration at State vs. Will A. Drawdy. Charge: A THOUSAND. DOLLARS A YEAR from Virginia to Texas and Ucker and Dr. Blackman in forming
ils term of court comprise the fol-. Anon. UNTIL THE BONDS MATURE. FT WOULD ALSO. / embrace hundred of million. of a .state organization i ,' but instead he
I wing,: e i|I State vs. E. O. Minx. Charge'Ob- acre*. appointed a committee consisting of'
Ashmpsit taining false LEAVE THE MATTER OPEN FOR ANY CITIZEN OF He asserted that all of the ,. 'M.,
A. S., Nelson v G. Reitzel. money by pretense. point .J. M. (Willson. A.' S. Nelson H.
damages with attachment.1 I 1 State vs. Joseph S. Stratton. KISSIMMEE WHOT DESIRED TO DO SO TO ENJOIN :first problem were remedial defect Kate. J. W. Miller and W. B..Harris :,

0,000. Continued for the term."Armour Charge: Embezzlement. THE ,COUNCIL AND POSSIBLY FORCE THEM 'and that courage, faith and >money' to recommend the name of five local
Fertilizer Works vs. S.W. State vs. O. J. N. Ford.. Charge i TO I'would soon transform them if citizens to serve on that committee.
nrner. Damages, $750. '' Set for to- Assault with Intent to rape. Defendant MAKE THE FILL AS ORIGIN .LY"WOTED BY THE people of the South would get The 'names suggested 'were J. ',M. Fie
}k' l'' at 0:80 ..'m. '''arraigned Thursday. Entered TAXPAYERS. :igether. th'l,Willson. A. S. Nelson H.. :M. Katz. !.. .,...
R. M. Johnson as Receiver of First clea-of not guilty. Case set for 9:30 The second 'great problem he 'H. Gedge and Chas* CarsonJr."who
rational Bank of St. Cloud v. Emil t. m. today. UNDER THESE CONDITIONS IT WOULD SEEM I wa" the attitude of Southern people were. unanimously';endoned .by' those
(lach. Damages, 5000. Set for to- State vs. ,Gus Balsden. Charge: themselves "The Southern peopl present. ,
yatS p. m.. 1 I Carnal Intercourse with an unmarried THAT THE WISE THING FOR THE VOTERS TO DO , are not enthusiasticover their .wonderful I The luncheon served by" Mr.' and
a. 'M. Johnson Receiver v. A. F.I I under the age ofM.eenA IS TO SANCTION THE CHANGE AND LET THE opportunities he aid. ;"It I II]Mrs..Rogers was all that could be de '
as.. Damages $2,500. rled female under the. age of eighteen true that many sections and localities I,sired by the most. fastidious 'gourmand -,
i ILM..Johnson,. Receiver years. WORK PROCEED.Governor *..._ b.magesr $3,000. 'conunuf'd'i[ 'A special venire of seventy-five r vanes, but as a. whole the South will in the local market, and beingserved'in .
r names was drawn by the court .to revercome into her. own until every''IL the most tempting style '
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thur_ u E. _Donegan et aL Assumpsit serve...on. the. .jury.....next... .week... 'o.. ...................... ,......., ... .... ..... ... . -- - - -- ---- to
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I. .NOTICE.. ; .HOSTESSES KERAMIC CLUB.
BIG "
PLANTING OF CITRUSFRUiTCONTEMPLATED Owing to the setting' back of 'the Recants and ".
I .clock one hour on October 26, 1919. Mrs. G.. W.' Beat'and Mr*. 'S. H. i
by Government order .the undersigned Bullock were jointhostesses on COURT IN';KEY .WESTMayor ,
J bank will be open for the trans Again: Thursday afternoon of last week at a
action' of business from 9:00 a.* m. f Logan Sheriff meeting of,the Keramie club .. '- -
rear
I until 2:00''p. m.,' commencing 'Monday the latter studio. o' W., 3. Steed 'will leave, today
r The Consolidated .Land Company Oct. 27' ,.1919. ,,, .1\ .. ; A pleasant social feanre concluded for Key West where he ha
i which owner' large i holding* ,in; the Citlrens Bank of.Kissimmee.8tat. .' .,- Barto.et.; ;-(Special)--.7ohn ''cient" presumably are those mad.1 1''!the afternoon when '''light refreshments been summoned a. a witness before .
southern part of- this county' a* well -- Bank of Kisslmmee.. 46-lt Logan, suspended' f :om office M sheriff official of the state were served.; the United State court in an important .
r a I other parts of Florida is"perfect.ng".rraDcementi' I .. L 1 1IF'SH'AREBITING'FINE of Polk county by' Governor Catts bor to the 'effect that Sheriff Logan ; case. .. t. '
for 'on August 27,;' was today reinstatedby : had been acting unfairly' toward the I Mrtlnl".1chl.f' yeoman In
theputting "I
the governor. The sheriff received phosphate worker then-*nd mow- Ithe naval service at Key. West' it wa
I put of a larcacre.e- of citrus: fruit | : 'J MORE GOOD ROADS
: outh of Whittier. More than six :. the'following telegram:.. +1 on strike, and showing partiality to. Mr. Steed'; duty. to examine" pa* -.
Tallahassee Fla Oct. 27 Shariff the'mlneown.ra.,
hundred acre will be planted at this ward Leading business port going.out". .coming''rInto. the
ime. : Logan,. Bartow Polk county. -I mea-eutd others of Polk county united. State On one occasion: ha
y \ 'William? .{ -f': edoa, an experienanur.ery' COME AND GET-THEH r,, am today reinstating you.' 'No charge -'?at the-tim. the suspension order wan.iiiued IN OSCEOLA COUNTY, found a I I man and a woman ion route ,.,
.
d -mall of 6t.-v Cloud has -* - ** .- against Langford. Charge against, ,' held a meeting and passedresolutions from New..York. U .Havana.tb'e for*, !
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superintend !!you not sufficient to'go before sen'ate. requesting, the governor t t' : mer; having a passport' '-regular'
m employed to the I {
Itia the general verdict of our expert The effort for goodroad's.1n'Oeee.
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Am forwardingpaper Sidney to-lave-Me.- Langford-'on -the--job formbut,- the.wom.... .whom be b
gating ofthe tree on twentyfivere rod 'and .reel artists that never- ; ola county continue, the EuttLake i "
J. !? 11. bad been
Catta'governor. jj' holding-that I
handling
a hi wife without the
claimed as
was
4, of each which "
; twenty acre before has the fishing in our lake SheriiLopn# settlement being .one neighborhood,
I. said tonight that he.piobably ticklish.ltu.tIoll in a satisfactory'manner. "
very necessary paper t ,Th..man's atoryexcited
will be for Mr.
dicate.
; likely some : and streams been better than which ..
.now : now aspire> forbetter' ;
'
would hi Ho- ecmdi..1 .
;:: w I BMontadoca hundred,acre will for then one plant of the'ntana another' ,Black,bau>one::'ot Jthe-: >gamest fish, morrow.'' .Be-will 'receive'pay for hl11|[V'At the-time the'order:of suspension l ion.t.A; t abort eat; to,town i* beingopened the couple was held for' .farther in-, ,!
known sportsmen, are the vora and lost time: .although Sheriff'Langf ord"wa 'issued. Sheriff Logan at first wa up' neee.sary'grading vestigatlon."J
(Zen ,of the company',' and wUl th.1I1 ciously'and large catches: are report-j been: , I. being don .' Later an arm of the I : ,
I ; |also has paid. advised by friend ta hold,the office ,It.later developed'; that, ,the man,
'for faherm.n.W.E.'Sandenon .1 I Il .
probably1'plant'extensive 'grove ed by'local j: .The Lanl'ford referred to In the and'compel the gwernor to oust him. lake near tbrfj'C.IL* Funk place:will .with.the'enemy,'ancl.l...
fine. company itself.,1e% , H.,_ .?<: l- .1..E Lnpfes.'w.1B. |(I and be bridged Which together with other wa trading
governor telegram J.M. prepared do
71* Lang the'governor was that be bad wife and children In
so : a
e&* lnd in this part of the .
I Crawford and JV-E. Brown
MsTSnderstood to be.well. for spenta ford.who.wa* appointed. by the govsemor lust that,when the sheriff decided not; improvements: shorten the New- York. Hewa; held for trial In /
adapted ceupU of'hour,a .fishing across .the to Mr. the to. make it .distance to ,.Kissimmee by 'nearly '
succeed Logan at a court fight of but leave United State court on three charge*
f citrus fruit':culture and these grove lake, a few day 'ago and brought three mU.*.- .
ol
time The his with the Mr.
I ''h..awpendd.thi s ,sheriff. case < next aenate.' trading with the,enemy', violation 0
will soon add materially to the'ea1th home thirty live fine bass. Emmett .. A stretch road fromCampbellstation
charge referred i toi a*:""not soffl-- Langf ord'assumed 'office on Sept. 5.1 or the ,white stave 'act,..and attempting
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, ( of th. county.I, . ., .1 1 I'..li I I Brown say *h... never, ,*aw fish *o'I h . . -..- . .' to the Clark settlement 1* also to imuggle'the woman the _woman
I ,, plentiful ana1 added "you In' and.wUI
: anywhere being pat rood chape
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l J. 1(.' Woodall 'and'iIretomed'Mondayfrom weJ'( ]I out' of the country the woman being iJ t
..Mr son know .' lot of them ,
a greatly facilitate: the travel from '
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WINTER: VISITOR, IS: M KATZ held as accessory.: < ,
month' vislit when SERIOUSLY .
: a around I can catch. seven or, that; .neighborhood I '
:with relative' in Georgia. During I eight in a short tlm.." ,I If '"
her absence; J. M. accepted a' posit Jack Sparling ,is .another .local Is, Ernest. Greenland., party returnedSaturday .'E..e ..Vaaa"''Agnew Is in 'heetpt','of .
' I Won with the State highway .depart- I..C Walton who ha .been giving ARDENT BOOSTER ILl IN ,BALTIMORE '" from a delightful tell day information,that his brother,Captain
meat as road man, and it is'nncer- one time to the' piscatorial'art,'' and '. trip to the east coast going a* far a* Frank, 'Vans , nailed from .
|tarn whether they ,will continue to never fall to bring in a-good string.He . ; Miami and Key West. They' returned England on Odor'22nd ... en route ..
/ '.make' their home > in. Kisslmmee-.-'or I. ha recently landed several bass Mr. and Mrs* W, W.. Baker left M.,Katz. .... has been at ;West via New Smyrna. Daytona, De-I for New"York; en'route to the Fife I '
: move to Orlando :that would-go eight pounds or-more. Tuesday, .morning for Kisslmmee, Baden, In .. o .. Florida, where they' will spend the rgoing L treatment for a serious . J

'yJUEY'' ;'FAILS ,JO .AGREE INFAMOUS :. ;*.I there winter.and,Mr.after:Baker a pleasant own winter property will John malady HopkiniHospital 1 fa now In Baltimore in a serious at the W. 'Q. 'W..; WIUL FIGHT RAISE .' ,

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: return to Fenton for the summer Hepaid condition. His ..brother wired for his I
'CONTEST PCASE u* a short 'visit prior to his sons Edgar and Howard on Tuesday RATES':
: ; IN SINSURANCE ;
r leaving. after''paying for.the Independent and they left on, the midnight THE ., ; '/.,
.. .' .. ,r. ;. I *o that he could read the train for that city' : .. ... .?'
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:.." "The locally famous case(of-..WinohalUtter ;Mis Allen'claimed to have'received i newrent' here while sitting under A;'wire. was received 'by' Mr*. Edgar A' special session: I of' the Florida nounelng, 'Sovereign' Commander'' W ..

: 'formerly Winona. 'Allen, :"vs..IC. the highest number of vote cast, the palm trees of Florida, asked,all Kat* from her his husband last head' camp, Woodmen of the'World, A.' Fraser. for,hi* activity' connect:.
to thank the of Fenton for nl ht..t.tIDI' that father
people was'
and alleged,that the-,contest did not convened In this clty> Monday' tl .therewith. ,
,; .IL Hall et. alia.. .D.p'a0.,- .. their x genial ways toward himself and seriously: ill,-. and. that an, operationwas on ; of "
close.at. noon on M., 21atL.. other ,. on call of Head.Council C. K. sage: ConfmUte ,te Go.to: Omaha..
1.l00, resulted in:a. mUtrialion t ThursdMV vote were'accepted after that hour, wife during,, their summer here and ., .to .be'performed and wa attended by" the head/camp, .A''.'committee';of.!!t.,consisting of
r and that her- mother Mr* "Allen also Mated that the..latch string of .. officer 'and delegate from H.I"W. Adams. W. W Anderson 'J.
I' j camp ; "
.-t'f The ease-grew-out-of-a-kritynteit tendered the!:....thl.eommlttee8,824,850.. his home,would.alw..s be out to any KLSSIMMEE..MASONSHVlSIT.. throughout Florida.-Resolution*-;were Mack Towne-W..- Mv.Goer-and J. EPenBlngton. ,. S
which)I1''was conducted ;ih thesprlng votes; which abe had inadvertentlyonriooke4 Fenton people who come to< Kisaimmee. -' OP ;
SCHOOL INSTRUCTIONA unanimously adopted, severely)condemning '-was appointed I go to;
of 1918, ending., May 21st, shortly'y.after' noon: and .-Fenton. ,(Mich.. )' Independent. -.1. the action of the Sovereign Omaha, and'' request ,the sovereign i
- of that year. , '.' '0'' that these votes.were 'not.'acceptedand Mr. and Mr*. Baker .have arrivedin ,Masonic'Scbooi of Instruction i ia camp ta raising the refs", _and'd. commander-to< roll a' special: .cession 'J k
The name of the defendants ..In counted; that if thee votes had Kisslmmee. and are occupying their beiag held at Orlando this week; beginning . of'the sovereign camp. "' .
,<),full are C. H. Hall and.:Marvin Good-. been accepted,they would have given cottage on the corner',of. Artman and Wednesday. 'evening. Walter ,j > -A committee of three, consWtlngofHal f.
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man, Dann's'.Department Store,. Lupfer.A her,.the. highest;: number cast.' Maple jtreetsuwhich. : they; are' re' Soott.of.:Fort. Meade. who biweil i MR." REEDER. BUYS.;FARM IN W. Adam*/.Wi. 'Andersen and
'. Pother Fennell Barber' ; The defendants claimed thsft modeling.' ; / -k.: : : ..official FIN ED ALE. ,
Shop, "( : they known here .1.| the instructor _. I.'>Mack:-Town, wa appointed aslaw. -*
:.Si ith' Shoe 'Company Snyder, Preeaing w.r. -not indebted to the plaintiff for Mr. Baker iia'real'Ftorida: boosterand Among the KUalmmee. Mason motoring , .-,committee, to',.direct the'-..(iBstito.tion -'
Club E. 1... 'Johnson the 1* warm in his praise of Kiseim- 3. N. Reader, who'.ha .
-. "Bicycle the. value of. Ford car' becauseprior there for the opening meetingwere just om.louth. of legal' proceeding if found
Shop, Cole Jewelry' Co. May Lumber to the closing date it had been mee' and it*' surrounding; 'Mr. Ba- ,Messrs. S. L.. :Lupfer,. J. Earle ,'from his\ Pennsylvania borne,[necessary to restraln.the,collection. .of I
,Co.,, Citlcena Bank, W. ,B. MaldnsonCo agreed between themselves and tothers kerexpressed1 himself.a.., confident* Lnpfer, II.' N.: Bratton, Nelson Russell has become:enamoured with this the new rate. " -" '
Co- G. M. T.'I01.aDei. J. W..'Prentis. and all the defendant that any'customer that number of ''Northern people ,Verna Ellis, and James Buckles. locality that he has-purchased a five A.finance committee consisting of if
i Of .those'' Marvin Goodman A. W, purchasing .... goods< from, them would follow his example by coming TMe party' retnrneh .Thursay evening acre tract.ox Mr. Latta,: and will go heed 'Manager C.: N. Jlol'II./u.:1L': : '
Smith and 3'WJ Prentis are no longer should be entitled to cast; v.50,000 South this winter- and expect 'to seethecityoverflowing..with and it 'is" understood tha.t a large Into'the poultry, business., ' McCully' and, W. KM.: ', was. '
living, and C.; H. Hall,' C. W. Dann vote for each dollar- instead of 10. visitors., Kisslmmee delegation will be prevent ,The 'land Is one of Plnedale' fertile appointed. -rae. .fund*,.immediately
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E. L.- Johnson and H. E..Cole have 000; that Miss Ruby Prevatt had cotlected -. for; the ,eloe le. event this evening. tracts.and U- desirablysituated I to defray the expense of the proeeeding -- ., .
,moved away.-' and H. R.- May,_ although from the 'May Lumber'Co. DR..,..BUCKMASTER ,BUYS VALUABLE for: Mr. Reeder purpose.. iHe ..in *' to avert the imjtosing. of
f: hi* 'fsmily:' live* here, is'.in $471 and paid the same'over.' The \ : PROPERTY. :Rev. B. Br- Stars, presided 'and tend to experiment ,with, .two, or the new rate; Head I Manager C.,N. .
uiineii. inHWsboreugh'.cpnnty.' ': May_Lumber Co. i..u d'a receipt for preached...the.sermonattheinstalla: thr.e-lundredrbicks: Jo:begtn 'with UorneV-from the Jloor of the convention .. -. "/ .-
N I I.. Theprises.' .i wereFiratt av Fordy the amount, but) by an error indicate Drt Robert"*ll.'"Buckmaler"of SC tion of Dr.I3.1\ Calhoun at the Winter raising pure I bred Rhode Island .and;;;{ announced a.., contribution-. of, .
: toaring car ,worth $545; Second .A that.the .votes- should be.calculated.' Cloud who h.*- for some time' been Haven Presbyterian church Sunday Yellow Brahma* .and intend building 100. and delegate part*'of
;1 piano> worth$360L Thirds 'a diamond on a. bati.of 9lO,000 forr each dollar J'raetf.lml"'hla profession in Klssim- night. Dr. Witherspoon I fe/ ..ring worth $160; Pourth'Al'cheat. ,-of insteadof 60.000.Thia, ,, tbrclaimed ( mee, has purchased the'former ROM -delivered th.!" charge to the *. a thousand at least.'' of fund*,..to,!meet the. necessary. de- 3V
: : Sterling'silver, $75. ; 'cave Miss;: J P.rIntt. >23.550,000 Grave >pMppvrty on Emmett street, pastor and. Dr., Gabard, of Wiersdale. TheN i* no doubt but;.that Klsilm- A.A I '
"a ;:: The contest was conducted' wider' votes'which gave her< the highest and expWrt 'to make extensive re-. charge .to the people. Rev. G.' W. mee,offer wonderful opportunities tremendous enthuslaam wa* I in 10
4&the 'usual rule 'of "popularity eon. standing of any of the s contestant para. - Fuller occupied the pulpit of the Au- along this line/ '. evidence a* also the fixed"determma-,
:! .f.test*.? One. dollar paid''' in e .h'to and the.'Ford .! /, - : Dr.:: Buckmaster'will" move his family bumdale Presbyterian,church,.in''.the : ," r tion to" fight to the last ditch the col. 4,
.' ;any of the d.fendantl'.Dtltl ,the The case -will probably come up for her' ,and. make Kiuimmes'his absence of Rev. Mr. Staav-Lake-. . MissRuth.'Knits',I i* yialt1Da"r. \ lection ,the rater provided la. the'

.')' ,contestant: to 10.000..TOt" ".; "_trial .iq)"then""ut"term'" ".'of,.!apart: .,,s ; ho.... .land .Advertiser, .' aunt .in Charlotte,'N. .C., new 1a 11m".VDloa.' .r- a
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:good health=; The Ware b.vlng".n: ( unusually warm :twill' what\ necessity calls, for. I.I.
greatest October'' and many1 are the predictions -' Now it appears to me that if the r '

) thereof, 'but those who predict county is called on to-, help, they ,:; .'..
'. menace to, health in old should certainly do it. Rex has been i ;
knowand
where
ca.nnot. knowledge
\ told that some of the medicine made : .
'does not exist there is nothing tel cOsts $1,60pe r ounce. Ido not know',
T or: ,yoUng, is 'constipation. judge by but uncertain elements. how often he takes this, but Rex's ."
w, ' i'' We see a cloud "rising and prepare expetience is that an ounce-lasts but I I ,
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Y may come a lew .ai, very short time.Rex.receives .
I . miles oius, and the! cloudsbreakup I letters, from'' different I ;.
''f< r so our 'calcuI Thns are worthless, in parts of' the country'' and if peopleare I .
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\ iI/1:1 : <' : Dr. Caldwell'sSyrup regard to any'air elements and 'we doing elsewhere better than they 1 ,
I ,)J' -Jl ; '. ., w't have to take the Indian sign: +'se 'are here, they don't tell it. Take the
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drops coming down i laboring man with us: he bring:
ff pur people appear to prosper,,'in"a supply of .provisions on Saturday II l
it t PepsinThe though all the world over there appears night, settles up for what his IM '
to be the hard times cry. All :family purchased during; the week,
working .men have had their pay .and instead of a bottle of whiskey as
h 1 I Perfect La ali'Vl raised to meet the requirements 'and 'in olden times, he brings the money. Iyi
that without a strike. I Talk about wet and dry, but who ",
| Employers have recognized 'the) necessity 'would wish to go back to the,old wet
3 that exists and have increased times I ',
, "IS .recommended as a positive remedy t their employees' wages ,so that those L Houses have been filling op so rap. .< II

for constipation-mild and gentle in its with whom Rex, has conversed, and Idly that its next to an impossibility; 1
,. that is a large number,, say that they the j lehtitude of labor --caprrlliud
action and free from opiates'and narcotic can live just as well at present price producing the result. 1I j
as they did before. We have a good Rex is still domiciled with his old I
r drugs. countless homes it is the fair, square set of merchants in this friend William Temple. The oM UNCLE SAM trying ;,interest '
town, and that combined with the gentleman is in a strong notion of woman and girl in home "1
standard family remedy. Druggists liberality of our banks, a fair showing selling out and taking pony and bu$. every America
is presented, give that old hard ,iry, start on an oVerland trip to Cal- economies of every kind that ''"<
and dollar. times cackler some pretty hard ifornia. much food and ,
''w everywhere-:-fifty cents one blows. may send as "
| The Fennell garden is still the 1
/' |p'- We visited our old friend Joe Smith wonder of our eyes-or we should clothing as possible to the 'hungry
during the week and found him in the man himself-for he of the Old
properly say and poorly clothed people
A TRIAL BOTTUB CAN BH OBTAINED. FRIS OF CHARGE. BV WKITINO
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pretty bad condition, but he..has a has been the main feature since late
TO DR. W. B. CALDWHX. 457 WAIHINGTON (T... MONTICHLLO ILL.
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\ |I wife that does not know what give in the winter. He has been plantinga World. That's why we are offering ,'j

I,'up means. She goes from morning euccgsion, of vegetables that astonish EJ such premiums for, women's work. '
till night preparing something tor the natives every day, and lust

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1 gets day his hoe working slowly but STATE FAIR : 'J i
our last visit to Mr. Smith we found steadily, and behold the result, he has FLORIDA
; 'I THE MOST I i Miss Beulah William supporting made enough on a piece of ground : '1
: I mother, who is about 80 years of age, 60 by 30 yards to feed his lamily. Jacksonville Florida
', DANGEROUS DISEASE and'just as free and light hearted as and sold enough to clothe them, and ,
I,I when at Whittier 20 years ago when the end is not yet. NOVEMBER 22.29 '
No organs of the human body arc .o Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem 011Cap.ul. she waited on Mr. Joe Williams. It's I i,i, There is another piece south of him .
Important to health .nd long life a. the. .* at once. They are. an old, trl.d ,the same Beulah. ''of equal size that has been allowedto -c' -- --"n- -' --- --- t' .
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kl :0.' to las In their duties, look out I preparation used all over the world for I county are not gt' w up in weeds, and the way ,
Find out what the trouble U-without centurle They contain only old-fash liberal enough in certain cases. Mrs. the weeds are growing goes to show .1
delay. Whenever. you feel n.rvou.. toned, soothing oils combined with Smith, by the use of extreme economy that some ambitious son of toil could
r weak dizzy Buffer from *leeple.snesa, strength-giving- system-cleansing manages to get along, but any have made just such another strike
have In the back_at: hsrbs, wall known and used by physicians I NOTICE
or pain Vfat lotber in would have 1 SPECIAL I:;
owos. Tour kidney need help. These la their dilly practice.: GOLD woman her place The .Democratic rooster is still in .
are slsris to warn you that your kld- MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsule* are Imported to take some bad chances about liv- his glory. He's got Muff off the .,
neya-- are not performingtheir functions dlrfct from the laboratories la ing. At times Mr. Smith is in a fear- strike, told her she did not know any
Th. Imf Holland. Th.y are convenient to take, ful condition and it requires both( than of these
their work arRallowtns more a gQod many
doing : and and will either give prompt relief or -S TO ALL +-
.. -to accumulate and be converted your money will be refunded.; Ask for [strength and will power to give him foolish men who struck for higher
Into uric acid and other poison them at any drug' store, but be sure to the required assistance, but this indomitable wages and lost the benefit of the
which are cau uni.a- dletre.. and will get the original. Imported GOLD woman allows nothing to raise by losing time and ,ifnI"" on a '.
destroy you they are driven r.EdbrS: Accept no ubetltute etand in her She does with H. T. ARMINGTON & SONS of Jacksonville
f fr from your ...ete.... *. Three sixes.It' way. a general hurrah. REX..WY... ,
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"lfie i Thrift Stamp Money Mot th* Various/ aim Below, and Writ for Prics: ''p V

,i /STUM I In. peel axle. 1% In. tire, one 'hor*. with body and spring st. i
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CEREAL .' ,,',.,. 7"' .

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i # and sugar>as. desired.The flavor stY (Automobile Protection ) i ;

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FIRE 9t: THEFT and COLLISION premium on $1,000 \
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worth of insurance In KU Immea b 21.00 per year. F
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11'1 > WtOKOiOOnONSIaUets MtWw th* vttaUty cad energy by tmVrtot ...s m-t .. .... ,'
: wee.' n.. .. gab ea __ tl lola.": rlchlq the....., Yes eta eooa feel ks StreottVenlai .' ., .. ... o o..o... oooo..oo..oo..o..oooo..ooo. ... ;
a EM'fBovradpl.l?, .eosb/n.O' ..' loTUorattns Kflsct.' FrioeMa.' --",_ .

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1 wen .t'th*'Stato, fmlr ,J.ot' yoarj. loft-EM}. Tranthiinn. ,. ;'Jackpnviiu,
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: :;; "Aak 7 Dad.1*" That;wa*-tbo- Welt er'ningu'to work by. IDc'JoT. -- '
ylan'indays COD'.'by '''wb tI"'boy'ii>> and ernment savings aampe ,wblch pay 4per ;rI

. ,.' ..,.the tax .books. :of ;Osceola: Coun-< girl wanted ponies|,..kicycloa tripe''or cent.Bradtlsa interest,compounded ' :Groceries 'and

:,ty'Will" circus tnonejr.. Bat Um a haTO 'chanced. Ilk'Maria.$150 in one year cleared on tomatoes something and .
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: :; We't* had a war aDd young Americana poultry;'according to the club records, ;e, '

?A' ,; fpt, the r' ',191,9 ' t bar*',learned something 4?about and won a prise at hi stets lair.'Eula
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,.. .thrlrt-the kind of thrift that |naAS Trantham'a, ,profit from her garden Fresh Meats
: earning a* well .* ,aTli.... and chickens amounted to f$50. Ernest . h
to furnish
? .ready: : : tax.-\estimates. Cannlcc.'poultry and fig club. hara Johnson saved $100 of profits from
: '; becoin' iaatitnUoBa In moat i OTery'county. his pigs aad bad OnUhod bogs oa hand
I - A, discount ,of 2 per cent will' be .' Qorernment Thrift and Bar- valued :;'at ,$700. WUlard' Attaway. .
lags Stamp have,won their way Into started out with OD. pig and later, at
1 allowed on :all r taxes "paid. during the heart of th. .OI.Dcaten..Aad the the state fair, bowed a herd that required
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, ; : combination solves the Juvsnfle'prob. '' viz'.pens to accommodate. Phone 176 302 Broadway
the month' lom of. gottlng money for i things, the That's bow the thrift boys and girls
.of.Ndy: ber.J
,' :, # 'I TOUBI'heart doair ,* They're sera I la.. tie..South. are getting ,.i. inc the dollar now with pigs poultry Thrift sad Savings Stamp sad other .
this office l .
}writing ,T : always:,give I .U :and",tomatoes and they,"re-putting. I II .thing 'thq TautT tt -' ,

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LT I 'description of your ;property I. Tuberculosis! l I; preventable and it '"Handling1''and Loading Southern ,
is eur.blej however, it takes ort-anl: Mew, ?otatoe."is the title of Fanners
> ; ands::enclose l postage. ; Mtlon and money. The Florida Anti- Bulletin No.:;10W; Usuodbytbe, ;department '
Tuberculosis 1 Aasodatfon U engaged ,'of agriculture, Washing 1890 ,STILL DOING BUSINESS '1Q1O:

::,'J .. .. \ ::1 BANDY in a moat laudable 'andr;neceaaary ton, D. C.I' It .can 'b* .hadfroand :J ', f P-rt...S. and nrirfierl rmlmnei who'-wad our fuitliier' t ,
A J :.. .work and-'deserves the co-operation should be in'the hands of vary producer Tii5"ray who always $Ldy -od _. .ed.. dtsin "1
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.q. ''f" 1f 'aQ the ,people in and '' .'neighbor*are our fee. adve ; '.
,I 1. .. Florida. It's shipper Of.'ltbe t 32,784 1, f" is nK Our trices netalwavi M .
f.f,, I. ,. '' Tax, Collector. funds are principally derived 'from cars' shipped by, the aoathom'statesin ' lowest IIue t.ban QUALITY b.omidere t ,,
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of Red Cross Christ 1018, Florida I Is credited with 4,934 S or erda and you win be sras.d
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I' ''ft ,, ,. ''" ., .. teas Seals.". Everybody' should bear in which 'it" : J! [nucric/cci. .1'R4 .11r'I'UDt''
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and theirfull: duty two other tateaW'VIrzinia- CO t tkawrilU.
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::1 Proceedings of the School P-rij '. n .I.T' ",

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I 1- Tb.- Boa$ of Public Instruction! "In' and for Osceola county Florida', .
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met' in regular' session on October 6th. 'there//'beinp- present W. C. Bass, ., .."". ,jo

.chairman; W. R.- Lanier .and W, It. .Godwin; also C. E. Yowell County }' < ,

' j Superintendent 'of Public Instruction.! ..;. 0 . r

. Breams+ Ammunition The minute of the last meeting were read and approved.STATRMKNT ''i _I., ; ;. i" of'' \.

Irby' Write for cata10* I : FOB THH MONTH RNOIN HRPT.Warrants so, j eFiIANCIAL ..' ; ',."I..". ." ..'..: .
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, .waere+.r0.at SUMCC .. FjJNDi last report Receipts, Isiuril -' Bnlane t;, I'i r

General School .......,..8.80 1108X44 fI5J3.17 -. .JT V. t:1' : , ..
a a 13. No. 1__?__.,,...... II<<.PII 4:44 41.00 III.III ': . .:
Mo' fI, D. N>. -..*.....y.170.67' ;.._._1 8.00' J811117 : .' "-
8: 8. D. No. 1.......___ 8 5.0JH. 1.11 ".10 U7.114 , 6
a D. No I.+......... 77.18 s4jk>!fi seyw .....>.. 77.1 :: "
8. & ,D. ,No 41....?.... 11.17 .. ..........' ......... 61.17Paid . .
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warrant a* per reportof the. "" ., ,, "
state Bank of Klsslmm... County City of St. Cloud, water...*.... 18.19 ''I'
School Depository and Osceola Hdw Co., supplies. .... 148.44
rncell In open =::ron..mlt'.ito: .: Osceola Hdw,' Co., Supplies 11.71
General School Fund ......,...4 J<<.M Osceola Motor. Co trans pupil. 18,00 '
DR. BUCKMASTER '8. a D. No.' I' Fund.._....... 88.00 Southland Garage. do >'..._..... 81.80 ,
a 8. D. No. I Fun....__ .. ..00a John F Bailey dO......,_:'.... 80.00 -'
: i a D. No. S Fund-...?:....?.. 19.10 GIn -Thomas, .do ....._....... 10.00 . ,I,.
Bill were examined and warrant. H Hull do ..........-..._____- 110.00 "" ., _
i Issued a. ,toUo...: B nl k.r.on, wood .__......... "'0.00
C E YowelL sal. upt ........;:1150.00 8 B Story tren ) upUa...__... 18.00 '18 rents .
i. KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPATH W C-Da.., M. B P ..,-*_,._-._ 4.00 Foster Newton, bane fUPII'-- ".00 .
W R Lanier. M B P 1-....... 8.40 H N Bratton, 10.00 a package" ,
W R Godwin, M B P I... .... 8.00 Mia* Ola ampbell. back salary. 45.00: .' ,
J 8 Cfcdel. attorney 1-_.. 11.80 Stale Bank. Interest 8 month 110.00
Pr..byterlan. church, rent ..... 8.84 ft'.a.tr--Ie: : :: District ft*. !.
Bratton A Oulct rent ..... 8.00 H O .. 11.00
Ml.. Alblna Smith/ o e agt..... 0.00 James Padgett labor, sob 10. 8.00 I .
O B Woodall. janitor *ch l.i.TH.dfl SsiafBehe DMrtot I*.. !. '
STATE BANK BUILDING Mr Wm Johnson, Janl'r .ch II 40.00 James Sage, labor and material' 17.11 are in' a class by themselves- easily the
Gee Chandler janitor *ch 10.. 8.00 Mrs J. E. Lupfer and Mrs. W. i. CAMELS l
H N Bratton. at. officer. *...__.. 100.OO Fripp. representing the Mother.. 8'- the,'most, likable cigarette '
Phone No. 162' MI.s.. Rh.a Pherlaro office wk. 18.00,,1' : ... you.
C E Powell S mo.. Incidental. 80.00'' Teachers club appeared before the .. : ever smoked. You can that! a'
A H Filler; *, principal, 'ech 1.. S80.00 board and asked for, tin ceppro ation tL p prove Simply compare

: Ml MU:*** Noble AlmenlK MoLrndon Leltner..ch, *ch !1.126.00_.._ 100.00: for discussing school lnunches. Camels puff-by-puff, with any'cigarette. in the world at
.t DR. C. E. RUNAWAY, Ml** Luella Bell *ch 1- .. 100.00: After the matter the I ('
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),fl.. Belle Cooper, ach 1...... 100.00 board agreed to furnish some .equip I any price quality'flavor! ;;; and cigarotto aatil- .
;; Physician and Surgeon. Mr F C Bryan, *ch 1.....-.... 80.00 ment for that purpose.Mr.
Ml*. Cleo Wooldrldgre. *ch 1.. 80.00: faction to the,,utmost test !, .
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u [ Office Over Poet Office. MU. Claude Harrison *ch 1: 80.00 H. N. Bratton, compulsory at Came/a are .oIdle. '. ;
Ml.. Vlra-lnla Tiller *ch 1..I 80.00 .tendance officer, asked the board for .h..I.Hi.ntiIlNU.led Mad tire' '
4 PHONES: MU Elite H. Millingh 1.... 80.00loll. a. small appropriation to cover his ".... of 30 to meet your taateamelanever: .it, no matterho... .
pe. uJgmnttn or
** Ruth Peacock, ach 1...... 80.00 liberally you.amok. them I The blend of choice Tuh'
Residence 114. Mr C F Edward *ch 1 ... 80.00 expenses for stamps, stationary, etc., '-pHJoo": ..."..) expert .
Office 40. Mr J W Tramm.i4 sch 1-:::_../ 80.00: in connection with hi. office. The in m ''......-/ ,..,._".,..d and choice Domestic tobaccos makes Camels deU&htfl11-to full-' y
41-8t--Pd. MI.. Cecelia Overstreet. sen 1._ 80.00 board agreed to allow him $10.00 for 0.1 10.. W.etronryMoombddied
MI.. Louise Thoma.on, .ch 1.. 80.00 yet so fascinatingly smooth and mellow-mild. Everytime .
MI.. M C Bryan. .ch 1..__.____ 80.00 this purpose. ., mend till. ofrton for thfJiome ,
ihI 0. F. KRIBB8 A. AKERMAN MI.. Lillian Pal, *ch I____._.. 80.00 Rules and Regulations for the or em..epply or you light one you get new and. keener enjoyment_ ''!, .I .
I W. J. STKBD MI.. Medora Russell sen1____ 80,00 janitor of School No. 1, were adopted whoa you trmruL
Mr. Iris 0 Schuck ech 1..._.. 80.00 by the board.A Freedom from any unpleasant dgaretty after taste or MY ,
WEBS, AKERMAN AND STEED MU. Elon Oulce, *ch !.,_...__ 80.00 R. J. Rer-wU Tobacco Co.WiBstoexSaJeaa. ,
.......F. ..* Ce.._ ...) at Law.KII. MI.. Edna Srhwelkart. ech 1___ 80.0ft warrant for $45 was ordered N. C. unpleasant cigaretty' .. odor. makes, Camels aa unusual as they are .
..-, KleHda.e MI.. Emma Towell. ach 1...._. 90.00 drawn in favor of Miss Ola Camp. .nj oya hI l.. ."
MU lone Hough. .ch 1 II day.) ZK.OO bell for .
e I. .11 State... v..... Mice Ola Campbell. *ch I___... 68.00 services ss 'teacher for three ,
+ +rml prattle* Mr Carrie Edrls .eh B._______ S.OO weeks at School No. 30, Union Cen In fact. Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker .in so
States C..rta.w. Mr. LoUie Huff *ch 9________ 65.00Mr. ter. . i
Rhoda Lucas, .ch 10__.... S.OOA The attention of the many new ways you never will miss the absence: of coupons, ra
A Knlsrht. ech IS._________-- 100.00 board was premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Qutlityl '
B. CRAWFORD Mr. A A Knlirht .ch II______ 70.00 called to the fact that after the 26th
I ATrORNEY AT LAW Arll A Arnold. *ch 16________ 60.00N of October, the time would be changed W "
H Bullard. .ch 18______._.' 100.00 back to Eastern in Nand
time and view
Mrs Laura lite. .ch 18_________ 95.00MU
Offices: 8, 4/5, 6, and 7 CItizen. Harriett. My...., ach 16____ 81.00 of this fact the board decided to have
MI.. Roe McKencle, .eh 16____ 80.00 the schools open at 9 a. m. after'that
t Bank Building; All.: Mary Florence *ch 16.... 80.00 date.
MU* Kathrrlne: Shabpan. ch 16 80.00:
KJeslmmee, : : : : Florida Mr. Earl Cowger .ch 16..____ 8000 Mr. Young Tindall] having; resignedas
MI.. Ruth Rleeeh..ch 16____-- 80.00 supervisor of Deer Park school,
Mrs Edna B Oo., ach 16 (18 da) 80.00 Mr. William Kempfer
DR. R. J. DENNING Mr C A Bailey. .ch 1*_.-___._ 80,00Alb. succeed him. was appointedto
Almeda Arrowmlth, *ch 16 100.00
DENTIST. Mire Bortha Willis ms, sch 18.S.OO: The bills of James Sage for buildIng -
i Successor to Dr. W. W. Carson. S F Hadlry.. *ch JO____________ 6ROO toilet vaults at Schools No. 8.
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Pearl Johnson *ch 10 : 60.00
Over the Postofflce, :Mrllssee Roberson. ech J0___.__ K0.no 10, 25 and 40, were approved and "
Hattie Klna>. *ch SO_.._._______ 80.00 ordered oaid. 1- .
f OFFICE! HOURS: 8 to 11:80: 1:30 to 6.t MU Mary Adlion. .ch 17______ 66.00 The bills of J. F. Dainels for paint ,
Phone 158. Cora Qauldlnff. .ch 31____r____ 80.00L. ink and to prevent her sister from making
Office repairs the
L. Jordan, .ch 40---- 80.00 on St. Cloud unfortunate Allen
Mr. LMIa Harvey. *ch 41_.____ 60.00 school building was approved and or- an elopement.
MU* Fannie Addl.on..ch 49... R.OO dered paid. Forrest plays opposite her as the \
P Rotundo. wood *ch .... 6000Frederick i The board finding it lover whom she finds on the side of '
LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW DIs Co: .ph- 196.80 necessary to
wall.FARMING.
.t .. Kleey Tel Co, phone __- 1.80 borrow money for teachers' salaries the garden,
Lupfer A Trather, eupplle: :::: IS.211 and current expenses, authorized the
H C Hartley, supplies ________ 18.60 chairman and
St Cloud Tribune, pub ctate't.14.00 county superintendent I IN ;
Waring: Building- Lee McLean, collector _.._.__?_ 17.OS to arrange with the State Bank for
x Valley Oasette. pig blank _n It21 a loan of $6600.00. 1 There is no more t
W U Tel Co. me. A clock rent. 49.61 The following teachers and .
Carson Farmer, in.uranoe66.11 were appointed none more
& rat Johnaton O. P. Garrett C C McCoakey. drayage, ech 85. 7.00 : Mrs. C. E. Shull. school No. and happiness can be It

JOHNSTON ft GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW Public. Sch. Print Co. book.__:._11.00 31, Deer Park Mr. O. L. Basford,''farming, but working
James Sage, bal taking cenau10.00 mathematics High School Kissim- these
necessaryif
Jamt-e Suite, labor
4 and material 287.00C
A Bailey supplies __u____.. '.411 mee; and Miss lone Hough domestic complete life are .
"'fj Ofless.10, 11 and 12 Citizen Ban W R Maklnaon Co euppltes__.. 1.88 science High, School, Kissimmee. State Marketing Bureau. !

Building Union n F Daniels Sen. Furn.. repair Co.. sen supplies.16__,._ S61.00 44.80 | There being no further businessto a business, for men who

KlBlmme. Flaw J M Cooper labor A material25.80 tome before the board the board ad to do and bow to do.
Osceols Motor Co, supplies- 11.64 journed' until the next regular meeting -, office or shop and
St Cloud Pharmacy, euppllee... I.... on November 3rd, 1919. the soil at once .is as
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nH---- the'wa.herwoman ''to ,\

I ROLL OF HONOR. ,Verte .B..... paint a Madonna. The
Twelfth Grade. Second Grade B.Herbert his success after long :
GBBSOK i iEL edith Miller Ruth Lou. -- fort. .Mere desire does
FflQIQEB Campbell, I Bass, Harry Bert Dale,
I.e Hess.. Alpha Westfall. ,1 (Raymond pay.on, -Jolin Phay Wil-' ability to master' the

Eleventh Grade. Prather, Leroy Sylvester. Mar'' culture.
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I Dorothy' Denning. "- win I, Watson, Osborna Wlnn, Bernard The opportunity to .
Tenth Grade. i of the farm' is present
Yates Eva
Coop, Carolyn Griffin,
' SELLS Thelma! Sutton, Dorothy Miller/ 1. Perils Keen Mary Etta Peel, Iris nation to be sad from
J McCranie. f of the State and Federal 4
( Partin, Naomi Slide. '
Fire Life Accident and Ninth Grade. > I o '. First Grade A.- of agriculture, from :
Lewis Campbell. Udy Chapman Arthur Mary Barclay. Mary Jeffords, Clar-" from short courses at

i Simpson, Kathleen Cleckley F. ibel Hlgon, Dickie Miller Eula Simmons went stations and from
Health Plate Glass Liability !
S. Ledbetter. Susie Sjaarda, Hazel Lee vlce freely and cbeerlul

I Efg-hUi grade A. Dickie Waring, Oliver Sloan, Eugene demonstration agents
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and Boiler Insurance. Janet Grave., Theta Phay May Simmons. Billie, Partin,. Rodney Pad are paid for by the:

Winn. ,gett Paul Milar._ Laura 'Me Waters, properly applying the

.Legal- Bonds Executed I Eighth Grade B. IJam1e Byrd, Swanson .demons. Clay.gained.. '
7, M.dc-e Rivera. Elizabeth G. Mo se. Success in' farming
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Same Day Needed. Icy, Katherine Miller, Albert Brnn-. Whaley.If. Firat,,Grade no'I, tb. 'a.tnue.,"'of'practical' : 1'

son. t Mae' Lang, India \Lesley' "' Helen practicallyapplied., ,

I f f' Seventh Grade Keen Frances Y ung, Edna Barclay,. prctleaU7.appUed will : 1 '' =

Eugene Akerman Eunice Rivers, Alvena,", Yates/ElizabethBronson, .,, success.,; To apply' ?: :; :
1 OFFICE: Still Baik BuIIditg't I ,Mary Coleman Mary Louise Snod- .
Noody, "all,"'Mathew Davis," Charles work and there, is no ;
gras. Ruth Herzberr. Grantham, Cecil .Bass,* /Rotco Bass, around It. Machinery! ; '
": ( I Fifth'Crade A.Vida Frances ;Smith.- Musts,-BronoJl, 11-H'aac i. save the situation: \ : [ I : : :
t ) Simmons, Eton Tyner, Edwin Nettles. Billie 'Bell'Allan'Davis. less work in using"labor

Barnes., A Woodrpw; DaggerFrederick I ,GUbert;. chinery. properly;, i fr
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:. J.W.3THOMPSOIIFuneral .1 Fifth-Grade j B. i vt" "1 First Grade( B."' . the thing.! Nature does ,

; Charles Bass Roy .Huling, Alvin HowardHigdon.,, Leroy: ,Johnson. ta.ehaQc..,.Work.b r. ,
McCranie Willie McGhee, Joseph Hubert Keen Lloyd McCullough Ar-1'I That> means the. '
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1 l ;Director: t;,Tucker Cecil' Westfall,. Charles thur Snodgrass. Charlie Vernon;' Edgar -*. environments secondary : ; '

Thomas,4 Dorothyp'Bullock,' Virginia .''Woodall. James ,WalterFreddie, er's ''skill. Knowledge" ,
Bowen, Marian Mae Bass, .Elizabeth ,'Baas, Burnice dustry and 'other', quall :

). AND l' Graves?; Louise May Viola Yowell., "> Bryant, Lncile Harrelson, EHtabeth:! producer' and a seller "
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I , Fourth Grade A' li. Smith, Emma Woodall. are essential.The '
1 LICENSED /EMBALMER Owen Simmons, Franklin Edward H j',mankind t* man... The U"r'
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I Stanley Singeltary.Chapman!! Rath' Straub,Cassle Marion SUFFERS",SERIOUS, ,BREAKDOWN','successful'farming' Is c.' ,,
( I : Paulk, qualifications of the'
.' Partla.--',- ' f ;:*Two years. 'ago I:spent'o' months '
( N"Ud.'a." Stewart ....' I |I 'The farm f'i Ia i ,.
: I Foartfc Grade: B. r. In hospital -Tinder stomach and bowel men ad; In harmony ;

..,' ,!lsallaa..F7.! Charles Tyner. ,Gettice Tyner, Cacil.WbaleyAAnni. ; specialists for .mucus eolitl,,auto In.!Iderful alchemy of. ,

1-: : ," ,,LeeCIecldey, Ha. toxication: ,, etc.,' which caused awful building ,of J plants then
? :tel HirUfl,\ Eugene. Oliver, AliceBarber bloating? and'!::"-eoUC.:,"" ttackl..;'-:My,1,fpossible. After the I I
Ella Quirk :Lyda Hodnett friends I returned home' .
\be
crave. me up. there .is. .ne e..ltYof : I,
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\ ;aM. TIILe'Ff' '' Virginia. Harris'i' and on ,the advice of M....J,Wright:'a''I grading, packing and'' [!!
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I'' Third Grade A.Erma friend-tried'' May'. Wonderful -Rem,I production. of crops 1 is

Estate White, Tom' Woodall, MU, edy with wonderful re.qlt'.Am aow.!,put them,In shape and .
Real ( 'Aoen Y. ,dyed.Ughtsey. ; Alma- Schnman,<.Cora III .beat of health." It. is'a simple;lag' price It.the final

+ '-------.. Seaver, Frank. Schmidt,, ,Maynard harmless preparation-that remove:I I This i* where the '
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aDd sold', I Paulk ,Eunice ,Ba... /. -' ;\. ' ',' : tbe.catarrbal mucus from' the IntestInal -' ganlzatlon come Int ''
Realty bought )
.. ' I'. I \ t'ThIrd 'Grade B.AlbertVBninson. .- '.. ; $' -tract and allays the inflammation|I working together for a
'Houses rented., .* ; --'-..HenryBraKon; which ,
*. '.. ;uses'practiafly'" all, stomach,-stead of each ffolnpfit '
,,Taxes paid 'and 1 t ,YiriW'I Ceby' Bass,:Charlie' Brown, Albert liver and ,intestinal ailments Including poorly graded product
-.1-. ? Criner", Lena DrleJre ,"ITh.lma Davis cJ1cdt1t.: ; or IIOD-. ta. ',.-*ii*&....rF'ln + .ppeI eon. I
.Life"tlad'Aoeidat",1a I Doris Goodman Ethel,, J one.. vine or.money refunded. J. Z. Rob. is orderly procedure. .
Ralph Lorenz; Marshall Miller:;Dorothy arson," and druggists everywhere?, who' knoW'/; "- 1 ,
t suraace.lademnitv.'. ,. McCranie Louise McLean.< Pret- The growing season I ,
Li *. ton Patrick. Marvin Tyner. UnnleWoodall. GOES '
It' Bends. : AFTER' LIFE WITH longer over its entire :
: ,, Paul'iYowell:; ; ,; Margaret .n7-1)htre-.tate In the,
...... ... ..i. . . ........ Yate.T: HER'SLEEVES ROLLEDUPBeast. more sunlight and more- .
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Setond Grade A. -
any>other, -both so
ORDER OF: EASTERN STAR.- Matilda Deitz Lucile Gilbert Best; . Low- in Vltagraph's "Over successful growth of
a ai Me Brown, Hazer Miller Louise the t Garden Wall will be shown at A careful study e( the : ? ;; ,

i,' : k' .. tj: )} Muller Alta Rath Overitr .t l BolA the v Casino Theater' on Wednesday. en, as waif.a* a '

t r < KIuIa .. .Oaap ter,J? ; 61. l 1 ,,, Peak Lon,Tyner' Russell SWainJ Billle The name of. the winsome' star ap I tion of the soil under '
? Smtth. Albert Rogers.-Joseph'Jef pears to-fit ia WeU with the character .
' fertilization, adaotlon of
\tUeet Sad and .th Tharad&7I.IO ...
.: i *Fraternity Ball. Broadway.,.p.. 'm.?*,' fords,"jOswald".Fall Oliver'. 'Haley.-Duke' Le, of-the! ,pictures. la which she usually good'seed, all these f : : ;, '
' Miss Marlon Johnnie; Priggers.1 Carson; figures. proposition!. The'
; 9ug.a2WpIW. >"It IsTibt.all lore in )
+ ."Over the Gar. tribntion of vegetation 1
t,', t, Mlsa Elisabeth Donesan, 8..y."TM Ne Worm lei a rUattliy CUM den Wai)" by any mean Mia LoveportrayaPeggy by climate and the i ,

All eUUraa bMIiI.4 whk uneii ....__ ,,Gordon.'a: sweet.but factor to be i
OIId. ..::1IIaI Dm Mst Af act tM9eM ....
I......"color vhlck' iodkeAss poor btooC sad as a determinedy.hng woman, who goes opment of plants are
.ee ot.. toate .... ___the.e...LAxA- rule,there .. nete er less stameth tfetwtaace.CKOVXS .i after life with.'het. sleeve rolled up.I rainfall. and .sunshine. : +
1v1ROMODUIFInebWWrtk.aa.6l..ers ...
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sad doe* Boi csae sMnevesMee mm* Jar two_tIuw...u will eorfek the blood.Ptove . .... Love is the dominant"theme in f''the ,plenty> of all these : ,
mtmtMmA. Bemesmbvrthe. tell MBMsad. tie dleeetle picture, bat Peggy take time from i s no to the 'man to :
, Soak 6r u.. ......t.... mt .. oaova. too.The and aet as a stnsXta* the
11n.T..letoIkewhoN.yelea Jf_will Ibis love-making to recover her fath- of these gift Do this,
'' throw..or dlspe.1 the---.and u..Child will kehperx er's fortune,1,supporting his family can become leader, a* ;
:winter Te' 1bcomInC:. keeJU. PlewrtI.take eteBerbotUe.. meantime
by raising: garden track; agriculture. 1
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... ', THE:'KI5SIMMEE \\VALLEY..C42'r'T!* .z*!**.-OCTOBER' SI. If It I

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''J ... '" ,. ..' I II I Iweetingr Mrs E. S. Hal), first vice. 11460: another' Term!... It, Good a *lrd.' property I J1'

v !' IISSIMMEE.V | On the other hand, 'if a majority''president, led the meeting; Mrs. O'B. 11 and-cheap.ACRES two mile from' Rhlnkle!
Falls spoke on enlistment Mrs Creek, 4 room tioti. S acre In cultivation We Are Sole Agent:
;, i the voters to the change, bearing '
agree about SO orangeand
.*......... v.ry J. A. Barclay spoke on. Mission Study. ., rood cltru ,11
__. ... ."York'wl1\ be started! as boon as In the.absence Mrs. E. A. Milton grapefruit tree. (
mr Kl e alley of lake line fora
land, close to pretty
Lauea's Flour 24'po..di ____..$1.90.;
Perfection ,
4? ... sun*!******. .. contractors: can make theneces- Mrs. J. A. Barclay explained' Person. icrove." Only I1SOO. Can ...11In for aIa"'celebrateei ,

w. ,..B. Harrla. ........ preparations, and the entire ex al Service.* cash NELSON payment: HBALTtT'150. COMPANY. j Every sack guaranteed or money refunded without quibble.. and dare ,I ,
to. O. Vn. ... i I Mrs. O. B. Falls was chosen .see I '
.......... !' y :- will be borne by t* owners of retary of the W. M. U. The women'* FbH 8ALB-C bba e plat, ".1i0 per, I nothing for what, yon .save aa d. j

.. property benentte and this work of the association was divided tViouiand. A. L. King, Klsilmmetf. .
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On* 'C*py. One Ve.r-_ ( sum of money, or a good por into two districts. )[rs. F. II. Wood Jrla. Cash
one C py. Six Month.. ( of f it,, will be turned into the of Orlando! superintendent of.district, FOR 8AtB8even roomed bungalow.InrK .'I These Prices Are For StrictlyPeaches
.One Copy. Thre. [ : ; of local trade. No. 1; and Mrs. E S. Hall\ of Kis Kroundi., wilth* tree and I )
shrubs, Apply 'OI' Mabbett Stu orBriggs' I
Alt oommuntcatlon slmmee, superintendent of district. ,
uthorlMd ...... .. I No., 2. Photo Studio .heavy syrup, No. 1 9"Peaches 6 bars Octagon 3oap......_, Jfco
f la-ned by th. writer. I DON'T WORRY.: '- bars P.G. S ....... JSO\ ,
f Rejected mutter, will\ ( Valley ,GazettesThere I' I heavy syrup, No. 2 .39 '6 ; ap. .
..nle. .called (or.' is no need to: feel annoyed TRIANGLE MISSION CLUB. FOR SALE' -7 sham of lock of the Apricot 'No. 2. ----.---.- .24 6 ban'NapU a Soap........ .50 _
Kllmmee. Oferafor
r/ (Entered In th. the city is not immediately; : Meet at Christian church Sunday State the Bank above ot will b* received. by Irish Potatoes, 14 lbs ..,.,.. ..65 11.bars Export,,Soap.*...... ,.50 J
....' Florida, a* ... ] to the bulkhead Nov. 2nd at 2:30 Leader Mae the Chelten Trust Company j, rhi")" GraDd a. Wash. A"ing
expend mon. p.-m.. ,,. 41-41. Picnic Ham lb _._.*...-..--, .30 .11 pkgs. :
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delphla. .
FRIDAY, OCT the city is getting 6 per cent.for Wlnn.. Alliance Coffee, lb can.... .35 Powder ....,......-.< .50
and is paying but 6 Song. "
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tmoney per
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Vote for the One per cent less is nothing to I' Scripture Response 1'.. 67:5-6.: Armours Coffee lb can___.. .40 11 pkgs.. Light i House '--,.-_', .60 ''
about. Moreover the. delay Prayer of Praise and Thanksgiv FOR BALED CHEAP-Household goods White House Coffee, lb can. .54 Honey Boy S. Rising, 24-R>sL80LLady

it the election",,tpmorrowv( saved the town a catastrophe. ing.Offering Including.'hade.bed*, table. dreer ants rugs.cupboard.window Senate Coffee lb can........ .54 Clalr S.. Rising, ,24-Ibs 1.70Snap ;J
:! what a condition we would be 111 Mabbette/ alrert. 4S-Zt. Shot Self Rising._ 1.70 r
.25 ,
6 Ibs. ....
Lets get something Hudnuts Meal. ---
',,' ', bad.it.not been 'for the delay with (Business session. t
,J t for, the, bulkhead ir .lake now a foot or more above Song. WANTED-To correspond with lady Ama Hudnuta Grits, 5 Ibs._..... .25 Gold Medal Pan Cake Flour .10 ?
it top of the bulkhead as planned. Bible Study: 1st Peter 8812. IS'widower or 40, with 4. year view old of marriage.C. C Strlck-. 2 cans Pork &; Beans, No. 2.. 25 Oats, 100 IBs ._---.-_---.._ 8.80 ,

New-; business .. ] better plan will now be evolved 1st Payer: "China Town in San ler. Lock Box Ct(, Waycro., Qa. 2 cans French Mustard.-- Shorts, 100 lbs _..__-.-..... 8.80.

'.\ :each' week .and t experience, always a good Francisco," Theta Fay. See page O.4t.p4.FOR 2 bot. Bullhead Catsup..... .25 -, r
} are proofthat { expensive teacher 388. / BALE--On. *et single harile.s '
daily I i Nor Is there any need for worry I 2nd Paper: "The Chinese Christian and rood pb..ton.111 cell or 8 cans No 2 String Beans.. .25 DRUGS. ,

s ,;. ,eta on ,new ,life.: confusion, as to exactly what the Institute" Olivlan) ,,Floyd. trade M. D. Alexander. 45-tf. 8 packages Gold Dust_.... .24 Turpentine, per bottle ...... .10

r' money must be used for. Thanksgiving Story:. Madge Riv. FOR SALE-FlT. room bungalow with 2 pounds Navy Bean____.. .25 Camphor, per bottle ....... ,.25 h
err The cool night are "the memory by reading the ers. bath front and back porch; aarareon ..._..__ .09 Castoria per'bottle __ .. .
.30
,i the gold on many for the bond election," in the Benediction. Ps. 90:17.A back. Fine location. No. 8 1 pound Cowpea -; q ,
Brack St. Bargain at $1400. $600Cah Kerosene Oil' gallon __...__ .20 Sulphur pkg. _. ..._ .05
t course we refer'to Gazette.of Feb. 14, 21, and 28, Address Otis Steven. Orlan per - -
industry ..the "citrus wherein the council pledges want ad. in the Valley Gazette do. Fla. 44t. Oat Meal package .-.._.__ .12 Epsom Salts, per pkg....... '.05 *J

r I the money, if voted will be used will rent :Four spare room.. FARMERS-Send today for a free Macaroni, 3 package __.__. .25 Vaseline per bottle ........ .05
set forth in the call vii
Two'recent; fire the bulkhead fill and, docking: $85,000 fa and ample Stockman' copy of published the Florida at Farmer Jack' Spaghetti, 3 packages ..... .25 Machine Oil, per bottle..... .20

t 1 tinguished with slight and $12,600 for necessary im onvllle. Tell about livestock. ralInir *- Lard, per pound ........._. .80 Sweet Oil, per bottle....... ,14 4

I mind us how to certain streets within Classified Advertisements and, trucking dairying,, weekly poultry .citrus t $1,00 fruit per White Bacon best per Ib_.. .30 Carbolic Acid per bottle.... .14

mea volunteer fire filled area. Manifestly, the said year-three year for $1.00. Only Picnic Ham per lb. .--_____. .26 Sweet Spirits Niter bottle. .14 .
improvements' to street. livestock and general firming paperIn
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t 4. I Jl 1-1 ACRES land about mile and a
; the .t.te. Write today.
the filled area," are a part of quarter from city limit, fronting
A gang of bandits! bulkhead job and cannot be dis TOO feet on great Dixie HighwayFine WANTED-Woman for general housework
ups train in Missouri from it, they are an Integra!' ( brick road) t? acre underfen 6a. m. to 6 p.m Wa" 15 PRICE CASH GROCERY I
richest ; CUT
hoar
valuable intact except making. up the $97,500 total |muck soil. tn't"rJlthoJ'.f; : ,, Broom a week. Apply to Mrs. Milton Pled 44-tf
l is ted. BULKHEAD. house, stables, ready forcrop, ger.
meat. There and believe If. this place
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: Phone 141 422 Broadway
DWELLINGS for rent. Apply: to MTtllee
1, about that when you KISSIMMEE PEOPLE was" plowed" now and planted to potatoes .

present prices of meat. ATTEND WEKIWA ASS'N. of the next crop would January pay the for the proceed land QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS ,
I FOR KENT-Two room apartmentwith
r Owned cell by, and a California give party .who bath and screened porch $14 Out of Town Order Given Prompt Attention. i i
I ., Osceola county is to The Baptist Wekiwa Association says This; I is a good buy at ..nlnt..rt.acre; per month, three room "rr.tmSI"nt;
with a or will rent to a responsible party $24: four room apartment - - -- - --- ------- --
II prosperity This met at Apopka last week was ..> grew A croo of *pud*. Brie room, $9 month This! price
: held in January. attended by members of FINE) TRACT of suburban property, Include water .r. lights. Hounepleant.
i ,,, Who is Anybody Advertises Their "Wants" In The Valley Gazette "
been selected because in the district. W. M. Burr quarter mile from city limit, about clone In. modern. )11''' E. Everybody
number of tourists moder- half rood fruit land balance splendid E. Well. III Mabbette St. 89-tt
Winter Garden made
was
trucking land; untmpropd.owned ; -- --
then to participate in with Meekin Moore of Apopka, InI......
4 by a widow living FOR SALE-Eighty acres: IS acre
stock and
The show York. Price S65 per acre; clone to cleared and under fence 1 acre In
will be leaing Those attending from Kiislmmee brick road, trood county road al >nit bearing orange grove: 4Z.OOO worth
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end and Hide Ry switch aim*; tract four-
one ; of timber on :
cypress
Reporter-Star. : Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Falls, l:. on. pM, ** of land: rood buy. room house and -kitchen Also (0 1.
., Milton, Mrs. Fred Herzberg, Mr. 11 I ACRES quarter mile from city IlmIt head of cattle and a rood bunch of ANic--INc
Kissimmee is to Mr*. James Johnston Mrs. J. H. '. 7 acre cleared panture small ....n...> hogs loose on the raneeFarming .
house, well" good fence U50(). Easy tool and Implement. Located -
where the most Mrs. J. A. Barclay, Mrs. E. term.. right at town. near Kenanavllle. Price 14.600
served with the Hall. FINE CHICKEN farm jut nutnldecity half I balance' to cult B VuK h
And through the kindness of Mrs. limit, fine location nlc homefruits H. Ouy.hk .. II .r'Fr., JStfFOR
ually supplied at such and everything 'a going, concern /e f II IItaa.cl
ladies
seven of the young
+4 cheap Come get this property -
1 will be a wonderful Bethel mission were motored Eat front overlooking town at attractive SALE-8..ond.b.net price*. Oceola Ford )Motor car

t1 I the home people who Apopka to attend the association. X7&and ACRES lake handy to achool. church Co. 807 Broaowny
; ing afternoon teas as These young ladies gave the cam- and town on county road; 6\ room
song, "When Millions Came house. and outbuildings owned b\ FOR SALE -My six room cottage. S18
.Te In." Northern man free and clear, ..ond'Prop..rty o-v, Klralmmee.. D C Merton .
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i I & bearing grove, only $(0per S4 N. Walnut Street, Akron. O.
'Ihe following' were those who took acre.FNn 41-7t-pd
t Much has been said on t-program at the Women' FIVE room cottage, close In.
y '' of the'' bulkhead as to -- -- -- -- -- 1:11: THE CIHCI'IT OOt'RT, STATE OF
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I FLOR'DA. KNTKKMTH!
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.f of completing the fill ooo ooo.ooo oo..o oooo.oooo..o..oooo.oooooooo. Itl. t'IK<"I IT. SIBOLA! ('Ot' \TY. .ec
IN ( HA ('ERl '
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? : of:money available, 'l
License' Tax Notice t
'would 'take' two 'or I I R. P. H.._.. ('_......... \.. t t
:I I A.... W. H.......... sad \less. J. '_ __a
o ,. aa much. The : Notice is hereby given that state and ttmmtmr+.. bee \........ 0...........

this the Job'objection on the by new I i county license tax on occupations, profes- It appearing by affidavit appended UNCLE SAM'S MAILS are safe and sure and our splendid
In the above-atated
to the bill I flied
t mount specified In sions, etc.* are due und payable at this office Victor..au.. that J. Humbr.cht.Agnes W. her Humbrecht huiband.. and the for giving:; prompt attention to mailed deposit are + .

), tract.A: I'r onOctober 1st. All persons, firms or defendant eldert of therein the State named. of Florida are ,non-and the, result of a careful studied effort to satisfactorily serve a large

scientist has corporations liable for this tax who have of are Philadelphia re.idents of, State the City. of and Pennsylvania County and constantly growing list of out-of-town .depo.hor..O' .
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covery of a perpetual ., each over the age of twentyoneear
e 1s not paid the same on or before October .; U I* therefore ordered that the
a
r youth by grafting : .aid non-re.ldent defendant. be andre

from young bodies, ,25th will be. reported to the Prosecuting :,111 of hereby complaint required flied to In appear said -cau.e to the onr WHEN. YOU CAN'T COMET TO T Wli. f

'' !those, killed in ,a Attorneyof Court for immediateprosecu before Monday, the lt daY of .T>., "
the-County
ember. A. D. 1919 otherwl, the aBerations'of MAILS'AT" ,
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t this manner,' ,As that bill{ USE THE >>."
& ., said l will b* taken a* l. .
y'idle law,'he suggests that!. : ion. If in doubt as to whether'you onfeed. by ald defendant ''I *, i
It I. further ordered that this order ',,,'''('J, ', < ' II. gladly! : i- .
+. \.':/iM-petual$$3inonkeys i be used would In be are liable for any such.tnx write or call' on b.onecuttv published.weel once(* a In the week Kllmme for four "' -,$. ,:T.Ilo. "wiO l drop u a Baa wa will t.11 *rav. .
youth
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M /., the undersigned. C. L. BANDY Galley Oasette a newspaper publishedn
t, abut who-would be Thl said. ICth County and State.October, Itlt.- aora abort it, and iaddeatally a. few foedrcssoas '.

';I l made more. like, ,' "I, Tax Collector. (SEAL) 01.1.of OVER8TREET. ;
Clerk Circuit Court.CRIBBS why saomld tats ...k.
,are now? o'. .t 0 .. .o..n.... 0 0 ooooooooo..ooouoo..r. .. . H. BULLOCK, Deputy Clerk. yea sue .
) AKERMAN STEED; i

..., The first of'th . .: .. ..- ---- --- ollcltor for Complainant 48-tt
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fir Herald cam. out; ; r

+ s'' .if sequent this number issues is which an ind ST A TEBANK f

FOR SALE! OF'i
c Sanford If,.certainly to SEAL ESTATE BARGAINS

t ,"' 'latedv. .It; contained : '
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splendid'I reading J 1

,, 'Press dispatches 'and, ,' Farauhed ar Uararaislled. '' KISSIHHEERESOURCES : 1

a ,well ,intersperse : ; : For Next 30, Days \ One or the most substantially r

Holly >and l Halnes "
gee built bungalows in,Florida. Solid $'I7SO.OOO.OO: '
team. and well . I C.pitdi100,00t00
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siding
i. cement foundation "asbestos

'pi .'-which",is being":given. :Good" ,6.room'house. -. and lot all ,modern. < conveniences. ,. $1500.00.. and, ,roofing;: 'Finished in

r 0. rt iSanford: people.:- : Good house and,three I lots,',with orange"tree*:'$1700.00.' paneled,native.pine,two flre ''plac' Se.n... ; ( !I >\ ,\ : TC A i

'i] THE 'BULKHEAD', er, larg' porches and many French A. CARSON. rre.ideat';, M. KATZ." &*1.. LSLETyPP.J. : .
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v,. Tea acre Grapefruit'grove in good condition. ,' j just coming' into < windows, ,hot ;'and 'cold ..ter. D. JEFFORDS,'Cashier r ,' .
'An electloabas' been I bearing..': Should have two thousand.boxea of. fruit next year. A large ,,bath room, 'Inlaid, mirrors, ; t ,.
dty"jconndl: to give the 1 N. &, CARSON. M. KATZ. .
< ..beauty and worth double the price; 550000.,' etc. ,' 11 A.t --
-, v :'jiersi. ,aa opportunity, to' ;: ; } XICARSON.: ., H.FLEMING: ;, IT' .1/.1Co I jMONEY

t *r. tb.'bnikb.ad"11nos" I Fourteen acres of)!and under good fence, with house worth ,, [DHUND SWABY Owner N. a BRYAN.., E. L. LESLEY .t, '
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1 :jn'sufficient' . : 1500.00 pump and tank water in house, three act bearing grove, Dtrict s -
,.aisingthe .... .'abo., located, on Dixie. :HigTiway Price $2500.00. j.: " r' :Na,1, Orlando' Avenne.. I J. WADE TUCKER .

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be cost., ,, Also two'furnished house*' for rent at t reasonabl.'rates.J1McPHATTER'. .

*' The\Gatette., has;', .\ . .. ..-

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4yi, ture progress' Ceatral ' I. ".. r, '"ii' of ,
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cause\the';bonds bava( ; ;;iiIS fFuneral ; :: '

+ th*;money'.Is but fit'bandy STEINBROS.' ; "" : :'M NEY"M-ADE :'

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THE JOSSIMMEfS.VALLEY GAZETTE.VIIDATOCIOU: "31,, 1*!.,17,. j"J, fIVI

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' Rit-all colors,. at Central Drug Casino See "The Woman Thou. Gavest, '.Me* yr
Store f Theatre today at the Casino '>; ,
; ITEMS"OF A\ WEEKI80me ..
} Several Cottage enea on '
Attorney C. 'B. Robinson,. of Orlando J
is attending circuit court today. week of November 3d terms. Why,pay rent? Nelson Realty + i re

Mrs. 'Tom Lybase-spent a' part of Matinee, '4 P. H. Night 7:11-1:10. Company.
excellent potato land for -, !t. Glover has 'rented the
last week:,with her parents )lr. and ,
rent, or sell on time.' Nelson Realty Mrs. 'Baisden of Bartow. ClaraKlmbali MONO Young"11'In store: room of the Central Mart r ,

t: \ Company .Spend the winter in Florida and I I "THB BETTER WIFE building and is.having it fitted up asa I I
; Mayor W. J.-,Steed was a businest don ) about coal famine. Come 8ele0t, restaurant .
worry .
' t visitor to Sanford the first of the'week. 4th Episode 'of Miss .
Gladys Caster returned Tuesday
Nelson Realty Company.
< < see us. PERILS OP THUNDER HOUNTAIN"TUK9DAT : ,
from- week-end visit with Mr.
h For that Cough, nothing like Nyal'sLaxative 'home Eugene from C.an Bryanhas extended business returned trip! Lila lAo In ''and Mr*. J. E.-.Green at Orlando who 1
"SUCH. A LITTLE PIRATR.1." old time friends of the, Caster
', Expectorant. For .sale by andGeoraf. are
to points in North Carolina' ,
"\,. Central Drug Store., .: Star Comedy, Paramount family'

',,j' Editor, ,Sehmipf,'if the Haines City Lost-Phi Delta stick pin. Finder' .. BOUND ROUND Nyal'a Peroxide Vanishing Cream.None .
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WEDNESDAY better. Still 25e and
Herald was transacting business in revenue,
please return to Central Drug Store B...l. Lon Inr at Central Store.
l KUsimmee Tuesday,, and receive reward.' *,( "OVEK THE GARDEN WALL" Drug ;
'' '' .
',+t Hear Anna Case on. the Mew Edl- YUaraph. Mr.: and 1141''. 'J. L. Overholt o;
Mr. and Mrs. Henry' Buttorff, arrived .
Mutt M: ? Akron Ohio have arrived in Kissimmee
,
son. The phonograph ,with a Soul -
.1' ; today from Tampa for the "ALL THAT GLITTERS 14 NOT;
':'" .be'a 'wonderful. Central Drug Store'.week-end with his parents, Mr. and I .-- ,- THURSDAY ". to spend the winter: and have 2 Millions '. .,: ,r
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rented.one Fr.nklid'scotta.
;1 Mr. A. E..Donegan, one of Klssim- Mrs. P. C. Buttorff- iMadf, Kennedy In"KINODOM.4W ) .' of. Mrs *''v'. \
-
' ;( knee's leading; ".citizens,waa among:the Read our list of property In' Classified ( ,, YOUTH' .0014.'D.' ge* ; *,i "h *t''I'' "
It"', business transactors in Ortando lOi' 'Harold Loyd Joe Stratton, who i* DOW engagedin
; Advertisements. We can please '
day,-Reporter Star: ,* |* His ONLY BATHER.: farming on the southern shore ol : (
'I ; Nelson' Realty Company. :
you. : Proof
Edison :
FRIDAY Lake Okeechobee. spent several days Heat
For housekeeping I I I
Rent.Ught J. C.Griffin is making a substantial Fannie Ward In"COMMON here this week greeting old friend : ,
rooms, complete. Central location.'+I addition to his attractive home CI VT." '
and attending to business. .
'Telephone- 142,',"Mra." .W,, H. 'Farmer, in >North Kissimmee in the. shape-of I. Oaumont-Week I" New, Reel Path Mrs. M. A., Clark and her mother C 1 e .. r* 'fl"""ibtThe
44tfdh 'a Spacious bedroom and, two porches. Hank ft. Bud Comdy truth about the Edison '
.JTANK TOWN' Mrs.' G. O. Bober, have returned NeMf sounds!>> ,.
TROOP.
\ Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Griffin and Mr. Lend prestige to your home, by be. home .
after
extended in MeaVenrille. IV
t and Mrs. J. C. G/iffin motored to'Or. in* the possessor of a New Edison, Enid SATURDAY In near an Asheville,stay N. C. This stranger'titan fiction. ,.,i ;
Bennett
.lando Wednesday to witness the eel- "The Phonograph,with.a Soul. Cen-. ., DO- WB 8.\1' ." i* Mrs. Roberta'. old home apd the '.
bratfon of the D. O. K. K. tral Drug Store, Agents. "' : ; : V Artcraft. relatives still residing in the vicinity People would not believe' that the art'of: , .

Permanent W.ving-WIII: not come Miss Ethyl Roberion returned I ,."BADEB.y'SHAKEBPEAR.!: made the summer a' ,very pleasant -- 't' J
E out with washing Mrs. McCoy's Wednesday.after a 'delightful summer I one. --"" .' the living artist and its 'RECREATIONby -
Beauty Parlor, ..Yowetl-Duck worth' spent>In Georgia. ; where she was, '4 4.t >. i' Sermons at the .Christian church i *"
Bldg. phone 608,Orlando., Fla. 46-4t. the guests of relatives at Thoma..m. .-(leading john citizens,-n{,..one"oI spending1 Bassenger's few j next Sunday will bet 11 a.'m,; AppliedReligion I ''the New Edison could) .not ''be told i'J. ''>- *
Clem Breaker and,0 F. Bean ., and other points. a .
: arrived ;' 7:80 p.in What 1* Remission ikrA
in the city Tuesday from Chat- For Sale-Ferris strain White Leghorn -|day attending to business 'here. I I of Sine. I Everybody welcome. ,apart. So ,Edison dared: agnlu.Ho; '- >".
1 L 'tanooga, TeAn., having: made the trip hatching eggs and day old chix. Louis 1.. .-Konan, travelling raprea. The Y. P. 8, C. E. meeting'will just : ". r''tHgavetbc'm
by:-auto. They'will spend. some time '''A. E. Thomas, Tel.: 21C-3 rings. 46-tf entative of the Daytona Morning (I precede the evening'service.Come the actual proof. .. >>....,1 .
Journal
is In Kissimmee today in th.1
here. R. E. MeLaughlhi of 'Okeechobee, 'int relt'of that ,and enjoy the meeting., ,Led by'HelenMcGheehee.
Mis Erie Bass spent Saturday in is spending a few days in Kissimmee paper. \ In public performances all over .
Lakeland to attend the wedding: of visiting his-family and greeting old We' have a property bringing over 1 I P. K. Weaver, auditor of the FlorIda the'r l I
Miss Alma Loche to Mr. 'James Pee. friends. Bob is the owner of the tel eight thousand dollars per annum in National Bank at Jacksonville. United States he matched, the voice' of
Miss Essie was maid of honor at this ephone' exchange at Okeechobe. rents In best town' in U. S. Will deal ,spent the week-end at the home of '

i pleasant. event. A message was received Tuesday! us clear tell for good' about Florida it. Nelson property. Let-: Mr. and Mrs. N. C.< Bryan Mrs. j"I" the. living, artist'. lI&alns't'the. ;:' ,New,' Edi. .' ..',,;.,,
.' We have 7,840 acre tract .of stock telling of the critical !illness of M.,' you Realty,Weaver, who has been visiting her 't> .
and farming: land unimproved, quarter Kate, who is in a hospital in Baltimore -I Company. ..parents for the oast three weeks, returned son's RE-CREATION ;of, that voice' and "v'
mile from Ry. town, $7.50 per acre Md.. and summoning his eons, Clara Kimball Young and HeIl Cwa to Jacksonville with. Mr. : .. '
easiest kind of payments, part Howard and Edgar, to his bedside. ,Company will be seen in her latest Weaver, Monday.Mrs. challenged the audience .to tell' :which. \ ,. ,
fine for Nelson Select Picture "The Better)' Wife," at / ,
prairie pasture. Beautiful home, large house pret- Theater Florence Ailse and two children : r
Realty Company. ty palms and good outbuildings, Just the Casino of American on Monday, the have arrived in Kissimmee was.w hi c. .t '.;,..... :
A Mr. Dick Makinson who, with bis outside limits with city advantages story an g-lrl's romance from Laurel Ind., and expect tonurire : "
in England and *'
family have been the guests of his yet enjoy the freedom of country life. the Continent.r their home here. Mr. Allso Forty great artists, participated.. Jn-" !
''brother, W. B. Makinson for the past Let ua show you. Nelson Realty Co.* O. P. McCabe and wlfe,,.of Cleves could not come justat thia .time but ,.
month, will soon move into his homein Mrs. Sarah Prevatt and her son land. Ohio, have arrived'at KiMfm- will join them in a few week Mrs. these,tests. Two million people'' heard'yf c'': ,
North Kissimmee. which is being: Joe, acompanled by Mrs. V. W. Ed- mee Park to spend the winter at Ailse is the daughter of our fellow- ..
remodeled. Mr. Makinson has sold his wards and Russell motored to Tam-their pretty bungalow. Mrs. Anna townsman Oscar Derbyshire, the tests, ,and said t'thereisno' difference. -' .}.
Maryland home and expects to locate pa yesterday to visit relatives and Kenobele, who went north with them Walter Bass, who is a'student at ? '.
last spring, has also returned home. "
hereW.. friends. They expect to return home the University of Florida at Gainesville >
:J.: Fuller of Litchfield. Ill., has Sunday.Rev. | Hotel in Stewart Okla., rented for was here for a few days rash ,

arrived in Kissimmee to spend the R. F. Hodnett will move his $500 per 'year, has $1600 encum-I 1 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 500 recorded,'these stories '
winter and Is again stopping at the family into the new parsonage the brance. Price, 5500. Owner wants C. Bass, while on his way back from newspapers, ,,
.
Westfall house. This will be Mr. Florida property for his equity the eGorgia-FIorida football ..
last of the week. This is the former I gameat of the New Edison's triumph. .
Fuller's 12th season* in Kissimmee residence of Dr. Hicks which adjoins|I wants to come South. What have I Tnmnii. W. C. ire:; i I. a member . .. -.. ,',
and he grows more enthusiastic over the M. E. church property, and is an you? Nelson Realty Company.I of the "Versity" band that accompa. "
the beauties and oleasures of our city ideal parsonage. A gang of workmen I Ella Mae Gilbert expects to nied the football squad. :
with each succeeding: visit. He is an has been redecorating and will return home today from Live Oak Mrs. Wood Tyner, Mr*. J. Z. Rob- Gfie NEW :EDISON : .i
enthusiastic fisherman and finds this have it ready for occupancy today. ,where she has been' for severalmonths. erson. Mrs. W. H. Morrow Mrs. Geo. ,,:

sport here decidedly to his liking. Edd Roberts who was recently discharged !! '.Miss Gilbert j! has acceptedthe Bronson, Mrs. John Bronson, Mr*. J. ,.....ti'! "/'
Miss Claire Hathaway, whohas from the army service, started position in s garage made, L. Overstreet Mrs. J. J. McCranie, "The Phonograph with a Soul" ",>. ''
been with Mr. and Mrs. Hall at the this week for Akron, Ohio to,ivacant by the resignation of Miss and Mrs. E. E.; Wells were a pleasant r'
Western Union telegraph office in Marian Porter. party of Kissimmea ladies motoring ., '
look for a situation but only g t as <,
this city for, several years, left Sun.. far as Jacksonville. Thert he met I Dr. J. W.. Simpson returned home to St. Cloud Friday afternoon for a RE-CREATESerery subtle .beauty, every nah'' of '

day for Orlando to accept a position the commander' CampJohnston, Tuesday from New Orleans where he Studio Tea, with Mrs L. U. Zimmermqj feeling:, erery inflection of tone that distinguish the ; iv.
:- as diverting operator for the A. C. L. who offered him superintendence two weeks the as hastess.Mr. I'
attending r
spent annual attiat'-Yoice. Thi '" extraordinary bi1", T!
Ry. Co. Miss Hathaway' friend of the electric light plant at the camp meeting of the National dental as and Mrs Robert G. Trimble, living power
will be pleased to know the has secured at' a 'good salary. He accepted and sociation.. While away Dr. Simpson formerly- of this city visited Mr.and written In the public record., IV4* 'preyed everyday *

a, splendid position which pays returned home and is now awaiting purchased Xrar.machine which 1 Mrs.\ H. Wadham, Mrs. TrimbleU in thi;-.tore. Come in. Learn fof yourself that '
a good salary. instruction to report for'' duty. h. will install parents, Sunday and Monday. Mr. .
Messrs. F. C. Bryan and W. G.Han- ( Uncle Everett Bass, janitor of the Mayor Steed hai' eight Trimble hold a responsible position iii nth about' the New Edison surpasses i even then. -. ' n,

kins were the Kisslmmeeite who were court house, entertained at dinner a I special policemen |or deputized"tonlirhtHai10we'enwith..JnltructlcJ1' In the Singeltary' saw, mills ..nearKUtfdhmee. . claim of other instrument '
initiated into the mysteries of the D. few daysago his brother-and sister< to 'arrrstany Robert Trimble his son. .fie ,
O. K. K. at the big celebration at Joe Baas and Mrs. Emma Davis, of play end o, nthe Kissimmee football l
destroying
.... s-1 I Orlando Wednesday,, night.. Quite a Tampa. The meeting was a happy person' property.caughtNmoving This move or on the team- this year,"--Manate" River CENTRAL DRUG STORE .
r crowd of home people .motored to Orlando 'occasion for Mr. Bass, as he had not part of the mayor will meet with the Journal. t' I ; Agents
to witness or to. participate in seen r the ''ceremonies. Among those were\though she has been living at Tampa l Kissimmee Wednesday and Thursday I bhohe41CASINO -. .
i. Mr. and Mrs. :J.: !B., Cadel' Mrs. E. D, all that time ,He:has,been in Tampa 'MRS. FALLS ENTERTAINS failed 'to arrive for some .unknown ...
Katz, Mrs. E. C. Bryan. Mr.r and Mrs..several times, and'would have liked reason. Lieut. G. W. Haldeman came .
Wm. Peak and the Kissimmee Concert to have visited his sister he said but .FIDEL1S, CLASS., np'by train Wednesday morning expecting

Band. did'not know her address. Th''Senior -'Case his partner. Lieutenant William , ..... .., ; . ... ,. ,
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Fideis :
---.: -- - -- of the to bring the. airplane in the af
First Baptist church enjoyed a de ternoon. failed Len .
He to get how.ever : :. .
.. ,;' lightful: afternoon at the p.raonageSaturday and Lieut. Haldeman returnedto If.' '
when their teacher, :Mra.O. Lakeland Thursday. '

: B. Fall, was their hostess from four Mr. D*Wilton Alderman efficient .
our
f ; .. THE, : -'"PUBLICS ---,, to-al. o eJoeb and :;conumdrums;:;:;-:rrt.;: :.r::even J the Ken.nsvfle deputy on.tax.Tuesday collector: ,morning'strain went to : THEATRE! a f fa : .

'of the"afternoon and 'Mrs
and drove Mr*. Alderman inddaughter
Fall refreshed her, guest with Iced ... -.
-and -Mra.*a.;J. Waters his .
(tea. .pimento- - -, -sandwiches- - )and dough.flute. sister,, to this city In hl..handsome , : l: a x.ioK k \ \
l. invitedto touring, car. .Mrs. Water's 'home i*
Those present were: Mrs. Tom at Miami, but, has been visiting Mr*. "

be present, at the opening' ._ "_ Woodall, Mrs. R..S.S.I"rMraJ'Mrs. C. H. Alderman Kissimmee for .cometime "r
Grantham.. Mra- -Watson, ;-Okeechobee New' .

Kr. ,I" of theo Mrs.Elizabeth Leon Bass; Mrs.' Chapman,-"Mrs. Mr .) P. R. Hartnett. and,, family
; Waring '
Mr-J. ,D. Jef-
Arthur.JonesMisses left jWednesday.for Tampa.-to join ,
fords, Mrs.' .Nov8rnb' J.t'
( Bell >Cooper McCrenddn; :Peacockand Mr.\ Hartnetwho i* employed in the Friday Y r
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4 ) TE : ROOM! :' : 'I'' Susie'Belf.: ' ....X ,',. fromFort post :office Wayne having: Ind been.,.where transferred he has .. . -- --- - '. . 4lannieWard

.. been ", ". .
\.;' working for' Uncle 'Sam 'for .. ,. ',
'f . __ .> it'f'r if' :- some'yearLr: Mrs., Hartnett'.' unfailing '..,-. ..
., r 1 the coarser of" i"' 1..I#."-.JI.I )" t. ltlndn... .during the two I,years :. '. ." :' -'. ,, ;; ;
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al' she baa been resident of Kissimmee .
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arid hat made' her many.-frlends-who-will .,: "'., ' '
Emmett St Clyde'Ave. / .... .
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"Saturday November ,let ,1919: ':: Do; Your > arrive Min din Mary the Sinonton.city' yesterday' of Micanopy' accept : : '':\' -

,. the position ot stenographer; ; : \ J : , 'CO'MMO'N'.C'LA''Yt''I''iI..i '
CoL' Caldwell' office, made vacant \ : .
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1' . 'II ; ; Dave ta. the ., .
-- by resignation of 'Mis* Gilbert, ". ...
ir"0 who has' accept-da- similar'position .... .>' ,.. :'" i
,' tt''lt'liiill6e furnished 10 p.. ni.t, with a prominent business firm in her 't.
refreshment be'.old. car'r home town; Kissimmee. During./her .. .
and will .
: stay her -Mies-.Gilbert-\ made many ..... . "
r ,-, 't ', : :' .- ;- -. ,r" *A friends. lit Live Oak.,who will ''regret 7 :J .. "
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. Dr. W. E:. Sanderson I I. 'preparingput'in'aieomplete.outfit ' -...' '" 4
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to: of'tools . '

.. . j ', Eyestraia 'guy: very ,euiI;, .b*' aDd '>maehinery' for i grinding--optical -. *- -",w. 1 at'- ''';'' -\ "t. .r"" ---'
16D'Some of hi* machinery'"ha already .
aggravated ,by\ driTiag. a .car..' arrived ,and ',th. balance ,is in t .... '

.The.attesBpt. U fecn tke..:eye transit Dr.', Sanderson 1* an experienced "fALL g"I10, 1:$ ..1.
..St8am'laundry forSalQ '.* '.''J'.w..cIa. '.l4r.'ar. passbl .len grinderhavind devoted a
: L.. of time and study to this <.
rapa"''''.. .itata..tbi' ..aIre.-. feature of optometry, I$.will ,be.a ,

.traiaed .eye*. a treat,convenience {o'go in and have ,
l .' your glasses .mad while,yon wait,, '**
; On i nccount'ot other' JntereBts l which ;heed my''' : -Lan-Dwi't: giTf'' ap Ita. car-bat c c. Pike, St. ;Cloud 'uptodatephotographer < *:* - "* ': .;..'.. n\'I-;, H'"'11.,- .,

yearA'ger: attestded teeM has returned >from;'a ,A! .large' shipment of lug. lopSboes'; has,Just, 'ar-;' "' ,.rjf'..' '
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ot tent ion; will.sell thanTKisimmeeSteani. >/ II>
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I" short visit to Chicago and .
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point.,and announce that he baa ad- , at out'stas .foe jour approraL andytheft: .i lvt''ff ;
"a tm te tied :at :wbatsfraia. "caua ded several modem.improvement, to .* :ray. ; .>:7.:.t" .. j.

: Laundryr : : ., GeW ,I'sight .b,.... hi.4 alreadyre .,superior ,,equipment, ,,and : 'be ediniag' D 'IiiLr;along;'sow..r. -....,... \ .-,. ',-a...-- --, "- ,. .

; ", -t c TaJaablf. IW sad that he U again ready to gin his personal '- ;* .. , . } -
acc*** ,
\ aa\MT\: } year; .
; at a o laundry ''has. good ::requip'. : c** fert.t*'raa,.-tie'stigbtat risk- tography.attention' Iffj yea all,, want classes.something of pho: ,; ,".'_ . ;We, '.. re. 'prepared to.fit the feet of the whole' fanvM. 1. Tf

inent and good (payinR fousihesst'WilVsell really ai-tl.ati4lt pay him a visit.. .He i* .. ,'n'. I.
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1 ", "" on. of the' .-winners of.th country /;>ilr frith"jail thi.kind of.Skoe;; ? you nani. and at price ,
tholthor.!' ttho"blt'f Oar i eqvlpiseat. ;, tagdirwidi' :.both.hen and abroad.:4ti.. .' .' fcrfWriKjkc
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c .ltilo : ',* '.
\ : : hat'ar.''loWVh. i compared v>A otneru 'n ,
,' " ear> aldH, .....,:tapetiac*,' ...*. Mr*. ''Belle,.P. Hornsbr;' aecenipn .. .SI'" (
') -r.. j4 :*<; AbbDESSit . .abU; as te.detenahM exactly led by.her daughter and eon arrived ,. Vv, r ,?( ; -. :' / ;,'f' ,.. ..% .,;
" tai Kissimmee this, week 'from Ger- We also :for mad.-to gnri"tIothiaj '
""l&u'rde'
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; .vA : : tb.' cead ea aad aids ef year mantown,' Fa.." and .bas decided to 'f : ",*. -,..,,......./.. .
: ., J )ocat here permanently.* O -Wedn.. -' -. -. .'right updoda.... .. d"' '. ,:) ,0JO :-':: ,
I r'KR TZ 1 day she purebaaed'throucb' J'.'' C. Ca '-.' .' )" ,'to'I' 1--: '
: .- ;W.SANDQlSMlCO.liiabpteasetrlst ( I del, from the Oseeolat Hardware Co., ., thi1. '", r ', ' .r

:. ." the Henry O.". Partin raid.nei'inCape : I '
. .- . .. .she and . 'J,
Breeze Addition.wher* .
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-- ,. THE KISSIMMEE. ,, VALLEY 'CA ETrE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, '1919 .CI'to' '.\..

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;MEttECTINfi' THAT .
.. 'OSCEOLA 'COUNTY NEWS SERVICE .. :J "
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COLD M COUGHWhy ? : : ., : 1''I, ; ", -
DR. R. THOR WEAVER, County Agent I'." ,. ,
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Eight cultivation in the citrus Prof. C. L. Willougbby of the College ,:' ,r" ", ..,. I '. I, 1' ,' ."F ;P' ":II..",, tI. "
vrhen' Dr. King's New groves now is most necessary. Open ''of Agriculture, In discussing the ," ." \ ., .... .,. '. .,,; '\'.: ,,':I', " .,'.' "

the soil and conserve the moisture matter says that the list up to April ;', ". . "
,Dlscorerjr ,so .promptly for-the tree..-- Be sure to study indi- 1 of this year includes 77 herds in / .. "' ; .
w chocks it vidual trees and those looking as Florida, which..- a larger number ... :. :\. . ,(,I' "". . ;.:' & : ,} ....; ,\ .",
though they were' suffering from than any of the' Gulf Cpa t States ,..' .",,w,,P,"! .. i'f.f.'I'.d.j' i '" 'IiE&, ...\J.i-" ,,'!.;\J,}, .
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\ \ moisture and die back. Treat them except< Mississippi, and considerably I ""I '"jrz ; I. ; .:; ;, \ \ Ii.
r ;TT8 natural you dont 'wint to,a small dose of blue atone around larger than most of the middle nJ 7,4'r; . \, "
1 to )be ;' ) :r ij. I'I'j 1 <<+NfiA'r&ij' \ //t'"i {;:: .I; ) / ';' :, ''t' ::. r, !:, ,
t; arls and the tree roots and not too close the statesi;* is' A ., r '. ?. '
JL let that old cold! ot to far western The work > in ," ;\: .:,j t"i't .. ,"'frl'v:' :'\ I' ,f r'v':\ \ ",rile:, ', \
cough' drag 00'01' that new attack trunk.' j, charge of Dr. J., G. Fish, veterinarianin .p"I"., '; ," ,., ::, ,. \ :; / , }, "5I
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devdop-serlogsly.C', Not when you can .Send for the county agent and go the employ.. of the government, I l'1" ray" //'J'.ijl- "tity An. ." I
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rlf get such a proved 'successful remedy over'matter. with him. You will be with headquarters at Tallahassee .\ .: :t'l/ ..> .:'h\ ':':""II\Jfrt; \! ) :'" ; I" -
:Y, ,,"i . ;t.ilf, ) i' ,:, '\ '..,1 1A ). '; "
as Dr. King's ;New Discovery helped by the effort.' Fla., in co-operation with the State ,) : \ >,,' (, ,1' .
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4 Cold cough! grippe croup does not Many cows'' are doing poorly just Livestock Sanitary Board. Dr. Fishis fIrA71'f/ ";f I.' 'r :\ ;,!- ,, : "

; resist this standard reliever very long. now., The grasses are not very sweet pushing the workin Florida aff a..a ....., ., ...'" ';" ', ,;.,, ,;;. ,; ,. ,I
its at this time and unless ... '., ". ,
quality as high' today as it always you give some rapidly as possible, and is meeting .,.?. ,' .. ., ....." .. "
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has been and feed to Bossie all .. "
-and It's been growing tasty regulating with liberal response from breed :. II ..- . ,
' 4, steadily to will 'find her and of the is .
,popularity for more than you looking badly ers state, and having considerable ".
s fifty 7e.,.. 6Oc.and 1L20. a bottle likewise falling off in her milk. trouble In keeping a suffi .

at, an, druggists.. .-, I L > ,USE}JISEASE, FREE SEED the demand for this* work in this .,
state. ..'

:Tardy Bowels,, Inert'Lire* POTATOES. | Of the 77 herds already tested 73 '.

..4 p They Just won't let-yon put ,"'p p"-,>, The reduction of crop production are pure or grade Jerseys, 2 Hol-
atein-Friesians 1 Ayrshire, and 1
Into work. caused 'by disease during each
your : or play. Sick head-' year
Shorthorn herd. The that sucha
t ache comes from retaining waste flat+,,is enormous. B. F. Floyd, plant physiologist fact .
of herds
h ter and Impurities In the ,body. of the experiment station large number Jersey are
present in the state' and free front
Peel i for. says; every precaution should, be tak this disease is the
right :a.'thlng-mab'the en that loss from this cause may be attracting attention -1
1 liver lively the bowels of the officers of the American
function
r regu small .
a* as possible.
larly, with Dry. Rings New, Life Pills.;"" Practically all the seed potatoes Jersey Cattle Club, with headquartersin "Let's do the darn job together"Ches.
.. Smoothly yet. positively they produce used by Florida growers are secured New York city. The club is proposing -
nsolts.' that cleans* ,the system and from the horth. A number of the upon this showing to begin a S
e' i make the liver and bowels respond to more destructive diseases of potatoesare vigorous campaign for stimulating Field
th* demands of a strong, healthy body. carried in and distributed with further interest in the Jersey breeds, 1 .
, N Btlll 25c-at all druggists Try them especially in securing better sires for
the seed It therefore follows
k tonight that if the potatoea. wishes to this large number of herds, to increase WHY is! it that more.. and more smokers
potato grower
have his field free from these disease the producingability of the ( now) are getting together with
next crop of dairy calves, and to assist
he will obtain seed that are Chesterfields?
known to be healthy.In in developing and stabiling the -

'You Do Morv Work care Is'some taken fields to see In the that north the plants great: I i,|dairindustry It-I. fO\lnd-th.t in the under state.Florida conditions First of all, fine tobaccos. Our own buyers

I Yon are more ambitious and you get nor are kept' free from certain diseases. very little tuberculosis occurs in the Orient send us the pick of the finest a,
''i -r torment out of everything when your The fields are inspected at regular among the cattle raised in the state. Turkish Cavalla
blood believe that most of varieties (Xanthi. Smyrnaand
la In good condition.: Impurities In intervals by pathologist, Experts the-ca.
the bkiod hav. very depressing effect on and if at the competent end of the season the es of this disease now present have Samsoun). We blend these by a secret

s the system causing weakness, laziness.BMrroosness plants are found to be perfectly free been imported in stock brought from method with specially choice Domestic leaf.
1 and sickness. from these diseases the other states and communicated to our .
$ GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC inspector healthy cattle. Fortunately the State .
furnishes the with certificateto
owner a This method brings out of
'restore* Energy and Purifying that effect. Seed taken Livestock Sanitary Board does not new qualities
potatoes
end Enriching: the Blood. When you feel from these fields are known as certified permit the .importation of dairy cat flavor-a smoothness, a richness, a mellow
its atrengthening. Invigorating effect see tle for breeding purposes until they
seed. that the That's the
bow it brings color to the cheeks and bow are proven free from tuberculosis. By ness go right to spot. ,
Wherever to do it is *
possible
s,t f It Improves the appetite you will then the recommendation of Mr so, Floyd eliminating the small percent of diseased reason Chesterfields satisfy. ,I
Its tonic value. .
appreciate true that the obtain certified animalg now within the state
DROVE'S'TASTELESS Chill TONIC. seed.potato Such seed growers necessarily costs Florida can soon be declared entirely And remember-"Satisfy" is Chesterfield1 t'

J' Is not patent medicine it la simply more, but it is worth more. The increased free from this animal sc urage. MilJ based formula "
\ secret on our own private
j, IRON and QUININE impended in Syrup production obtained will climate And out-door conditions as- '.
So pleasant even children like It. They make a profitable investment.An sist greatly in keeping down this which cannot be copied. ,
very
blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRON ; trouble. -. .
to Enrich it These reliable tonic prop- Agreeable Surprise. Every package has a moisture-proof wrap.
h crtk fall to drive out impurities
i never
FLORIDA'S
th* blood.Tb "About three years ago when I .FAVORITE PAPER.The ping-another reason for Chesterfield's un

lIib-Creatlnlll'ower: of GROVE'STASTELESS was suffering from a severe cold on Tampa Morning Tribune is changing quality of flavor.ester .
,Chill TONIC has made It my lungs and coughed moat of the everlastingly fighting for the interests
"3 1 tbs favorite tonic In thousands ot.borne*. time night and day I tried a bottle of the people and the development .
7, liore than thirty-five year ago. folks'of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and of this section and no one who ,4 JJ2'0 '
r would ride a long distance: to get GROVE'S was surprised at the promptness with has the welfare of South Florida at ;
TASTELESS: : Chill TONIC when a' which it gave me relief," writes Mrs. (heart can afford not to be a constantreader
member of their family bad Malaria or James Brown Clark Mills :N. Y. of the Tribune. It Is Florida's
? ceded a bocI.buI1dln.treDtth..viDIl) Many another has been surprised and great metropolitan paper, carrying
tonic. The formula is just the same to- pleased with the prompt relief afforded the full night and day report of the
:'de,.. and. you can get It from any drug by this remedy. Associated Press with intelligent correspondents
w .... tOo per bottle.. in every nook and corner
M ' STEM END ROT CAUSE OF in its territory. Its big -Sunday edition 1ieiL
has the most comic -
complete
WE' KNOW WE, SELL 'THE BEST LOSS,TO CITRUS GROWERSTrees 'and. magazine section printed in the

1" SEED. infested State, and the subscription rates are
with scale insects
i iand' )I only $8.00 per annum; $4.00 for six
dead
containing wood that hal'-
? FOR. FLORIDA FARMERS months and $2.00 for three months. / ,

Our 'reputation of years Rot bon are the especially fungus causing liable Stem to have End I,(Write for sample copy and subscribe ac a r c i ir ir i -

d assures our. ",.Te.t quality. their fruits stacked by this. disease:Itoday.j 85tf.
,JL'.E.t. Stevens, plant pathologist at u.
SEND ,FOR. FLL'CA1rALOG: AND the periment Station, says that VACCINATION ONLY PROTECTION -
*.. .' PRICE 'I.IST.X00 such trees should be immediately AGAINST HOG CHOLERA f/AAt1

We ar* familiar 'with planting'condl-- tree important from factor scales in since the they developmentof are an I Many l Utters :;:;-;received: by Dr A. *

.. tion* perhaps..... we can help yon.'' Stem, End Rot. H. Logan, special veterinary inspector
-- -" ' ''It' 1.' known that the of the ,
.-1 1 I.. WrlteVus: presence of- University of.Florida rt- .
'i, scale insects favors the' development'of tension. division, inquiring about tine .
1E: A.: MARTIN SEED CO.; blend"
: for
n the disease. While they cannot directly value of widely advertised remed u 20eand the

t, <.'JACKSONVILLE ; FLORIDA cans the disease! they seem to as so-called cures and specifics for
':. Induce a, condition in toe fruit where hog cholera., Remedies of this class r r
by the rot may develop if spores of' are usually acompanled by many: 'i--r
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the fungus and warm humid condi-{testimonials which are used as str-igI : r
tOQUGtIT tY.UVERE: tions are present. (Stem' End Rot develops I arguments to 'recommend them. Dr. :
more freely' OD fruits havinga Logan aays It should I he;>> borne in .
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number/of scale insects clustered ,mind that reliable remedies do not !
.t: .... l'mI i about the >stem end or under the ,require such testimonials. It should I.
; ; ;W' ; *'smvt< calyk."They-seem-to "e.ken'the fruit' I'also be remembered that 'no-great I II The 'Kissimmee Valley Gazette Subscription $2 Pert| Year I, .
jUI1- = ,,or .wounds through which 'the discoveries of thla character have '

,'. -', -- --,- ,/','fruit rig enters and later c.use.the been made outside the laboratories __n _ _
to'drop or decay. A close 'watch ,l regularly equipped for,* and recognic.ed .
"\", '----0 should be,. kept on these treesfor ,, by state and national governments ... ..... ..to..O.ttooo..o..ooo..oo.. .. yh

,: Bead scale Insects.. -,Where they become 'as doing reliable research work.
} Wai Giddy% ;' 3p6tt abundant, .a thorough prayinghould I I Ibe Itlf. livestock owners would remember \

; Danced Before .My Eye;' mad at ones with some good ntaetinsecticid..such that they have ..competent...-
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Breatb Foul Was Tired and '- .as saps or oils. "'.entatives in the department of agriculture Prices for FertilizerTwo"
I Drowsy.' 'Dreco, ,W1pe4.'Itr It, Important, to', kill th* scales at Washington, the State Ex-: Lower
Out.- that clusteraround\ the stem end of'periment'Station at: Gainesville and : ,. ,
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.. angered the fruit and particular' attention State Live Stock .Sanitary Board-at
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stufteh-llvwi et Ua>M IWMM cvt M should b*with to thoroughly; ,, cover'',.Tallahassee, 'who ar* glad to give. Reductions In 1919
.**ew Ca1fj I _aId have to Mop aa4 ..t dowat the fruit the spray. This spray i'ithem all ,the information ' :*t,, vote k.wiMk womJ4.. .M 4aM| bore twtor tease au. .TM,__) I.kui... Ing may have to b* repeated once or i|;'along i 'the. line and that such information : ' .,'
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; au aptxttt bwaaw ..... amd -r ,... twice,' acordbt to the amount ,of. 1* reliable' and. free. for< the V. Have you o.ir..J.te.t Price. ;: List.. ? it will interest you.. ,. Ideal" Fertilizers now give better value ,
.4U swi lMt .!*. /scale ,Insects ,-
1 'asking
.,.. mot N *tmtb present. The chief ob they would save themselves '
,, ",,- E'.* w. ?*Bv.loxeV1* "*ti. ject, hould be to keep the fruit':as 'much '.trouble and money. J i ,for, the money' tLan- commodity)bought by the. .grower either for farm,.operation, or for hou.eboldn '

o i = aijnstP331" free as'possible from the Insects until -'I i There is ,,no'' cure ',for hog cholerawhen : ; '..". "maintained.. "r *I "* ,' ... "
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": N7es. .... .. the'picking aeasoa.' I one established-so aa to:produce .e. "Qtialid. h a r
a>rs Viw \Steal End ,Rot ''of J citrus fruits physical sign of the disease ..aa'staggering ' '
,' .t.vmrr-lTA! s t*r-i, ect makes' its' first' appearance In late gait, topping ears, ear! ,) ''..o"'"nil"at: ono >:regarding your fall requirement. ,' '. .
k ,_ TWie.WM..... :.e.as.rte i 'tattjk.et a>ateT fummer\ ,. J'.r17' fall wheD-'th. fruit:j Pout': of the taUt mattering eyes/ arch- :: 1 "- .: '*'' '. '
.J I to i* approaching '. It back tucked of I'f ShaD] lend our iew-.VegeUb Book <,:',
: I& T>N> flln IettLi"sd! to .IBM It VM' maturity. often I ed. : 'op condition -j-y we- f I .,
e : ..1 r causes considerable loss of fruit af. 1 I aks,' etc, ,.neither 'is, theN' any "r. If *
.' eI I .mad n 1M .jsiM. : rts: ter they, are picked and .daring the !known 'remedy! which: will protect, or '

,as5s?.See. "1M.etII. ... _biters'k"'of. ,Shipment and storage.' It .is'' a, decay I 1 i immune hogs_ aplDlt.cholera'.excepttI.ho..ebolen..rum. Wilson '.>fi. Tppnier: ,Fertilizer: Co.
wt of the fruit which begins at the' stem the ; '
ww.ll :l.=' end and '' ''l i
Sally invflvea the /'
whole
i 'Manufacturers'IdealFertilizers'JaabonviUe. '
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.tae but .... fruit. ,A aerer* dropping.of.frnka is ARRANGEMENTS .FOR' ; ,
eta MADE DISTRIBUTION "
} .p .r aM .craft Fla \0
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t9r. lad a a i. l ., .0... L usually 'the.fn.t indication of the '' .. . n
a we I' add disease. f OF aiOLORA SERUM "\' ..
,1 gbrdty syDiee Thes drop appear yellow- : :. .
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aey' te'tlar tee ti. may' bel I -: .. ,.... i ., ., ,.. t." \ .., '.1
t''' ...u. --tw, l'ft4.np'd'C::! O. somewhat softened'at th. poID .--, Tallahassee; Oct. 25 jfSpeciel.)- .: :. ..'r'1'r' .e- ( : ::


r .d1.Ntossu AJI t! ..AIarnu atem-end'and-thle.gradually'- of-anti-hog cholera: .aeram -and . ; vr. ,< : ,' q ; ' .,. .. ,, '"r ,. .. ;,
'' f :: ea tIIe: ataaea Jn pas u ..until, the entire fruit la rotten. Where virus under the provi.lon.-of the'law I by such & d in all |I I. The standard ., of. _cleanliness. was J
,'n 4, tidas ta'e.all Wai Lenart qp..', the disease I.' severe in /tress frqlta I passed by.) th last learl.latan.tDiDetr cases,. must ,bet accompanied by post formerly 'reeocnlzed. .'a.f;comprlsinthe "
..... =ta.e.etb t.a"week tad.e..NM bM..yet a.Mora ""arTfjrequentyf] ''tba toj : 'cents <. :100 cubIc centimeters . office ior express' money order, : 8,1 1in ;) broom' and, dust raff., Today it : FRESH FRUIT X41 :
=re ; t- prt5ef lidlb'til. perfectly sound .which later develop -I at which pric twill be sold by cashier's check amount'suffd.nt,extends to 'the complete annihilation : t.
> : ,the decay during;; ahlpment or In the board to the bograiser, 'and lib pay for sam" "ft wit be useless to 'of-all: disease;, sr nns." -The Florida .
110.1J1. .ekr M W Ir Udb. atorag*. ; v.-t "; "". farmers of the start.i This Is .'.."'" order ,aeTomrawLvriras: ,to-any other I ti-Tuberctlesii >Aaafoctatk>n(' eooperative FISH :
i, f CENTRAL DRUG STORS: "f When:such1 fruits'are' shipped the ing 'of fifteen ,cents per 100;,,coble way than that specified above, as under with the National ,.Tnberculosir -
'" ..grower cannot but expect centimeters'... over the lowest price .the law, the board cannot flO ; r Aasodation. to.jnakin.,relentesii ,
: -1 from the-consumer,the full outcome mad In the first bids received,':which den .xept.thosamad.ita-thj< or.j| I war 'en --th.".dreaded White \ ..... .. '

-Get' rid.of' slacker, h.u. Now'Is' being that the grower' ',.ta a. low were rejected. as 'unsatisfactory.-This scribed : *: "- .;,11: f'j ;' (Plan* This means reclaiming an and Oysters. at
) tIM tim-to .discard ,' th'<',amf-t pre >,pric.forhl*',fruit,'and to.many eases price'.will mean''a.'saving-of 40percent' It ha*. been?arranged ;.to.' Uft a I',army. of tho.*.afftictecJ with the dls- .
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no return at alt from many boxes over 'th* prig that ha* heretofore sapply 'of serum ,and TTU. on band eaae, and it certainly should receive. :
,cheers." .',. which. .4.'rot, .transit.. ', been.charged by moat of the t..- by the. first of November and aU 'or-' the co-operation of our people. I 503 '!BroadwaV .
', liable manufacturer. f ' den can.b* find after that tim.,; 1 ;
ConstlpaUon. FLA. CATTLE;COMPARATIVELY I'1 The law provide that any: hog owner .'" " If.'i'.I : ,The f varfon1'drivel through ,Florida ,
,Th. beginning of almost*v ry'arlous ,. can seep aa amount up to 1.000 adlg..teavBiOoanM..v'f Oes Upatloau -. during the past year have all been FISH
disorder ia j r FREE* , FROM TUBERCULOSIS cubic centimeters v want to. enjoy eoultipatlOD..tIfoa'l> !. "'>- iHjSaiBAB Sfr to,inoculate, ,thirty hogs of 100 ,have; :' '- J .recent''ifst; Chambirla1n'aTablets redored
The )
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"bowels regular.Tbls'Is' best sccom published ,by the pound weight"at,one-half >cost,' the, of more good than:sthe coming cam- .
r pllsbed by proper diet and exercise. U.r S. Department ''of.\ Agrinltereshowing other ltalf being-'paid' by,the atat _to health' and happiness hundred palp..for: thsal' of <,Red Cross
iV II' .rint. metlmes a medicine ls>needed *ho! bIrd. of cattle in, the) applications' for serumand virus wh
I'.and i.when that I, .tb* 'ease 'you will United States that'have" been tested for which the stat pays I,,one-half and:, constipation:' flf them you -- -,"-----..- neceasary to mske the' ,-fight i; '. ,r '
find Chamberlains Tablets are excel'lent. -'' by government' "officers and' found must be made upon regular,form of an troubled to this way give against; tuberculosis, are derived
t .: Theylar, +e mild and gentle to free from tuberculosis' ,_ shows 'a application which may be .had from a trlaL 'Yon ar* certain to be-pleas' 1', PBM C.red.b i 6 to 14 Deysr from thla' source and. .our people

-, 'theil',"aetioll,' easy and 'fplasnt to very'' gratifyinsn number of, hards in an7-Federal or state veterinarian or ed for4they.will.beasdtyou.: ; : f : Dra I.ca rofacI 8IMd1.UFAZO. OnmiENTMbo should heartily: co-operate: Inc thi.

.tak*. Give them a.trlaL* .They?only. the i Slat of Florida''. that'are 1 free other person authorised to administer ,..,, L.e..J ..Iq..- hchlDl ,.,*PratradlaS""- FUpsst. movement, which means the' saving ,
'from' this serious animal disease. the Sub.oribi"for ....* Valley Gasett" .-tal... ... tl Ant sm4ioslos. Fda.toe of
*' 'coat a ,quarter. ":' ._j., 4 : ,, ; lime: aDd',JDu.t'be, approved + so many lives In Florida.I .'
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,. .. ;o"-.f can in : an' affected' 'field,I state -Mississippi- : {with-the":aee wftfi' practically::no,.to...".to Us ::..-
: jj : C : *v ...- numbers.of,,plants are.conspicuous on ton of.fiUoxi} th* entire. atate.of JU*. ors, 'and? th. assurano*....,o< r hsflthy
aocounf of 'a '..eral }pallorof i theeaves barns. except,* small locsRy****'** crop in th* future. ****.,tfcaa sfsots,
To aborts cold : .lndacer iable at f a J d1ataaee of state lln*-. not; far from t Mu.eegse.,tile inoiMnrsaiaaos, of, gewls. pow
..... : : KISSIMMEE many rods Closer",examination reveals . FIL;'tir* entire state -OSoorgia yxdept "onr'crop OB tho'by 1d: .now..sullied
that this pallor is due to irreg. Grady cOuoty and the wool of infected and prevent'' complications '.1 nlart' light-colored .streaks or spots oft Florida save certain ,limited regions,"Imcasur InMorlda is ,mad* possibtoby .
the leaves. The' affected leaf areas, ]'Where the ',disease is present, in .th* present organisation tot' tb.
take j in so far as color is concerned, are small amount''and in fw wU-dfind State plant board which Jias alreadymet
J..., I of two distinct types the most com areas the possibility of quick anelcompe.te the test of successfully handling
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appearance. In' the second '
in thes '
areas should b* ground
About the time Columbus landed':' ;\ 1. the type, affected the yellow is have predominant. \ and ing-the'present harvesting ..da".j'I,. ........, Coststlssitlsei Osrsst j
All, the Seminoles banded areas .decidedly [and the
stubble
I Under the leadership were of three '. I' yellowishgranappearance.. The plowed up. .1. 14 to 31 Days : .
. crop
." normal and affected areas. are sharp ,
Okeechobee Ojus, Hicpoche., s .
: 4 contrasted. other than a grass should be grown: specUHytacparodSrrutiTonioLaxatlvaforfUbitnal
Okeechobee ruled the region ,I'' -,_, -j ly, Synptoms the Disease. on the,land for on*'year, after which . It relieve promptly' bat ,
To the north; his tribe was legion.. j r '
cans again be with' .
Th and of the may grown safe-j sbouldbatakesiregalartyfarUto'Hdaystoinduo -,
Hicpochee was hiding away . _j .. le.vesth.streaking.' noticeable spotting ty. The two small infested-. *regular action. It sndRegulate. f-
From upper great lake all the way ,'.t.; ... In only signs Alabama and Mississippi offer no dif- .. Very Pleasant Take. 08s
To the gulf and ,to Sable newly affected plants. Usually, ..
Cap .
; '. 4 > flculty at all. They can be destroyed +er beak -'. *
And west east below Lake Mabel i'! however, more serious effects are ..
And'from'thenc' the line'extended seen in first rattoons of-can. which ..
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North, then west,,.and ended i'j- became Infected the previous .J'8&t't' or
At the outh end of the lake; In planted\ cane"originating from diseased +
No great territory did b* make. J cuttings At this time quit i
The purified and refittedcalomel Ojus, Chief Ojus if you please ? ... another distinct leaf symptom appear
'' ,tablets that are Had his territory- the keys.. ', *. consists of s mall white 4 ,. ,r4
opaque spots and streaks in Alight- '
,imusesJess, safe and sure. Ojus had as emblem lowly coon; :\ colored areas. These. are' smaller + < I
than the .light areas previously, men
Hicpoche the crescent moon; I' e .
Medicinal virtues retain.: Okeechobee first the bear but later $ tioned and differ from them .in hav* '

,' ed and improved. Sold Changed it to alligator; 1' ing no pigment or color matterwhat- r ...:,\
only in sealed packages, For this creature on a night ever. They range 'from mere points )\
Price 35c. Of peril aided in a famous flight. to elongated' irregular streaks. .severr, .
s- al inches in .length. .

Okeechobee had an only child; Prince About the same time, or during the ;
Suwannee splendid youth and sine next year a still more injurious sign ',
It/
The only child, they worshipped him; in brief of the mosaic appears namely the : ''It.:
striping or cankering of the .stalk. ,
They viewed him as their future chief. ,,}
An Apollo was he, with a' grace- This is much more marked in some
Of bearing; and his kindly lace varieties than others. Ordinarily it i'
Bespoke intelligence. Agile, athletic does not become noticeable until the '. ,
With a nature lovable and sympathetic. cane is quite developed. By tearing ., ,'1't.
away an enveloped leaf cankers can .
And strangely Hicpochee was also blessed sometimes be found in the incipient
With simple off-a nng whom he addressedAs stage appearing as discolored or ,
"beautiful" Kissimmee. More fitting word water-soaked patches, or long streakson
Was never uttered never beard. the internodes. When a large Giye tfe'W9i11'-1'
Her laughter fell upon the ears proportion of the plants 11field ,
Like the music of the spheres; are infested the general aspect resembles
And legend says, though some deny the effect of a severe drought. the '
That once a mocking bird did die Many types of injury are common .once 1 over: u..'
Of envy while Kissimmee trilled ly found on cane leaves that might bi
IL Song that savage breast with fervor filled. confused with this malady by one not
Rubicund her cheeks; her eyeLike familiar with it. It is, therefore Important ETON, fcllows'to tome The Navy goes an over the x
stars resplendent in the skies. that before any cane grower & talk. Many -'d-ua the Seven .Ones
"We Got Him!" Her hair was dark; her face proceeds with the wholesale destruction . a man when be gets squints at the six COIItinell"1 1
Of perfect mold; not since the race recommended that he ..scert.lnpositiv.ly to be 40, misses omo- that's AIM/MM.You stand;.' J
; Try this Co binsdee m.m.nto. Of man commenced did Nature take whether or not the Infec- thing He have to tee more odd sights,wonder. ...-
i .-. _,. __ tion is actually the mosaic disease. may ful '
!reo sod ,
The various elements and make scenery -strange people
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-s No. 70 Rill&.th.No. of and fine J
money a 5P
___-,. .701.the most Her equal. Centuries have passed Many Varieties Susceptible.More family but- than you ever dreamed of. "
.U _Hiler rift. But Kissimmee's fame will last than a thousand varieties of You'll work hard while '
....-.Id. Vhlba.......=r-ture As lone as Seminole is found cane are susceptible to this malady He never "got out and bard. youworavYoutl
play whIIe9l
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".. yr This side the happy' hunting ground. .. according to the department of agri saw things". After he play. You'll earn and .......... 1,
...... .. . culture. Most of these are the pro- settled '
T.a..e. .22 eboIto sY.m gets down it'. too You'll get,In addition to"shore-
... rille_tii4i.s. Years went by and so these two. geny of seedling canes that exist In lat. leave". 3p-day straight vaca-' l''
?? 70 Prince and Princess,' waxed and grew; small variety-test rows or patches at
Dtiwlr" Rai sCk kss. And in time their bosoms burned the various sugar cane experiment Every man wants to seethe tkio-wbIch.is.morethutthe 1 r
Since into love had turned. stations but 'the list includes also average bank. president can I ,
is i. 8TKVEN3 ARMS COMPANY friendship .. world. No man likesto count oa.
0.11.... Tall. sew U...tit practically all the commercially esteemed stand still all his life. .
can
Now Hicpochee could not decide sorts grown for the mills on You join for two years.. i.
The
To give Kiseimmee as a bride a plantation scale. So far as can best time to TRAVEL When you get through yo9U be I
To Suwannee: since a stalwart son (be learned none of the varieties is when you're young and physically and mentally."tunedup '
_ - Of Ojus had his favor won. grown in Java is trult immune, but lively-light NOW.I for the relit of your life.' .
__ And for treaties made he chose to please a high degree of resistance to the. Right NOW your Uncle San You'll be sUCCRS. sod-- 1'
SATISFYING RELIEF The chief who reigned o'er all the keys disease has been observed in the stalling"Shoveoffl" Hewante'men through for .,
: But the two were long betrothed; and met Java seedling canes grown in Porto for hie Navy. He's Inviting There's a Recruiting Station i'
r Ciande.tlnely-lik. Romeo and Juliet. Rico. you! Its the biggest chanceyou'll .right near :you. If you don's 'I
J FROM LUMBAGO And so in time Suwannee even haunted j i' Infected Areas. ever get to give the world know where It Is, ,your i Post"\ ,
''By his true love nothing daunted' There are at the present time a the once overt master will be_glad.to ten you.
Chose a stormy night to take number of large cane areas in the
Sloan's Liniment has the Beautiful Kitsimmee across the lake. United States not yet invaded by the
that But his canoe was light and frail I mosaic disease.. Cane planters in Shove off '-Joh1.ther
punch relieves And was upset by the waves and gale. these areas should urge the enact- ',: ;

y rheumatic twinges ment of State legislation prohibitingthe ... >P: ,,
Yet Kissimmee had a wonderous word importing of cane into them from
This warmth-giving congestlon- Which when crocodile it heard any source whatever until such timeas
scattering circulation-stimulating remedy Came to her as fast of faster it can be accompanied by an authentic -
t' ftnetrate tvtthout rubbing right/ to Than a canine to its master. certification of health. Such
the aching spot and brings quick relief Loudly cried the at this moment tragic 1 areas include the entire Bayou Teche U.S.Navy:
surely cleanly. A wonderful help And the legend says its magic district and the parishes to the northin ir
44' for external pains, sprains, strains, stit Brought a monster crocodile that bore Louisana, consisting of St. Mary
nets headaches lumbago bruises. Them safely to the other shore. Iberia Vermilion Lafayette St.
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Get your bottle today-costs: little, Martin Arcadia St. Landry Avoyellea. ,

;, means much. Ask your druggist for And in wigwams great in number and Rapides., This is, of cburse, .. .. .
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it ,the most .
tv '1111''' Keep it handy for the Squaws would lull their babies to slumber important disease-free area. ,
whole family.! The big bottle is economy When the pow-wows tribesmen sang: . ', . .:> Other similar areas are the entire ,
.35c,' TOc $1.40. Sweet Kissfmmee how she) wades! > .'"'. 'j"t{ . -
Through the saw-grass .of the glades,.: ;,l L:4';: 'l' --1' i ', } I Il
Plucking wild flowers while she hurries'' + ; !'\\1' ,.' '
To the place where Suwannee Worries .' ::1'( .
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Waits and worries fearing she -
Is being trailed by Hicpochee.
But she trod the grass so lightly IIII '" .,
With nimble feet and sprightly A
Never scout of, cunning found i.Kinsimmee's
V foot prints on the ground. X
OH YOU SQUANDERER. And the turtle crocodile and beaver v

M' Lord Robert Cecil lately declared Loved her; and the birds would weave her r
_1-i In the British parliament: Garlands from the flowers growing III ,
"Any man who at present Everywhere without the Sowing. _

"Squanders his money .r .
r' "Does a very serious ,in .OOO OOOOOOO .O.OO O..OOOOOO.OOotOt.ooooooo OOOOtOO.
r1 *To his country's welfare!* .. ...., ,
:And I see right here '
we P Where Robbie spits out sense; MOSAIC DISEASE NOW
At the same time I'd ask A: 'A \\
"Whatcher call "squandering' ... ;'i

"'v;. To If you sweeten need,your some breath onions V* PERIL. TO SUGAR., CANE. :i ii

it And the dealer separates,. you '
.. fore
From your, hard-earned savingsAt 11., D.rt.eaa of Agriculture" 11r_ should be allowed to ,mature \ w

.a rate of,about one cent: All 011' .Growe"ft.-d"t.. .q.lb.....;;.1o.:+Meuee-rsa.au. after the which stubble they should ,be grounJand i : t r 1/ i I \ ; ''c
,p For each-ounce-of them plowed -up and killed. : '
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How e. deatlfy DI.
Including the heavy paper sack-.. ;. Such treatment means that seed \
Is that styled squandering T for replanting must be imported. .* ,
.And if the cafe ,charges,. The Mosaic disease, of sugar cane Here .the growers, are urged to exercise : : 'll
Including.the entire overhead the presence'of which has recently the greatest care. Fortunately "
''S Are sn even half dollar been discovered In Louisana and oth there is still an,abundance of healthy '
For "uneven hamburgerThin er Southern states,' presents te men stock in Louisana' and other
gaunt decrepit'em.el.ted- ace which calls for Immediate con- cane sections of. the United "States. -
;r And you base to''dig up "> certed action on the part .ofthe cane The'U. S. Department of Agriculture : ,
The money or the fcanburger' {growers according'to the Bureau of will furnish information as to the iq'k : I' V'
SAnd you've.eaten the latter Plant Industry of the U. S. Department nearest and most accessible source of . .
'And still,hav,the,former. of A&Tfeulturewhich has 'just, clean seed for. any region. Data UmmdIiIU I
.Js that styled squandering completed an .extensive IUI'Veyof Infected -. has also been secured"on, the preval. ,
And there are many points areas and has investigated the ence of other p. diseases and insect : ,
Right erlong.this same line various, methodsof ,controlling. pests so that reasonable security : about smokes-;:Prince' Albert
On whleh -I.ned'Information., di...... %-, fh.1 against the spread of other maladiesis _bt:I. TALK' '
,If,all these high prices. Cutting. taken from. diseased stalks, assured t, > 1 red.to'ajoyharidoUtatSndard'that
1 Fart beyond,reasonable limit Invariably produce diseased plants, : The immediate% problem confront .just lavishes' Bmokehappiness ;on <

Qonstitnto squandering- and careless importation of diseased ing. the scientists'In this fight is how a-bee'line"'for
Well, then and **, that case, seedcane..itpractically,;*ure to- increase to,help.the,can* growers identify,the .ievery man game' enoggb"to"\mak&\ a,
Ill surely hav*"to' squanderOr the spread'of the disease. investigations !disease. :While the general appear- k ,tidy. red tin and .a jimmy.pipe-:old or_ tins!I. .
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else' awful show. indifference "
go hungry Consequently, ance tdiseased plants '
suggests'a
;,, And thirsty and naked "* \"in' the matter of, seed-cane mottling\ of.the leaves resembling\ tobacco Get it'straight that what you've hankered for ini .

.For ft suit of clothes, now selection i'' _the. department scientists la ,
mosaic it difficult to indicate p i or cigarette maldntls" mokes you'll;find aplenty 1r
Costs about the same declare; may result .in severe lossesto verbally the characteristics ,which ,t
'
at ,As a suit.brought; in court- sugar cane growers. distinguish this disease from others f P. A., ;fb # because,P..>Liaa the,qualityfYou.
a, And, keep. ,you 'bout as w.no. importance,therefore attacking'the cane.As soon as tile '
12, And speaking erbont'clothing is attached to the .recommendationsof lithographing, of. a 'series of colored " ;ai 1 can't' any.,more make :Prince Albert. bite"',your:

1 I know' ,, a man in the city the department with regard to securing illustrations is completed.) the U. S. _ ; tongue.or parch your throat''than'you CiIDmakeahcfse: ,
-Who says naughty thing. ,proper' seed cane. The first Department of Agriculture will distribute -
,
n (About the price of suits; and essential. step at'this time is the in.the affected regions an Illustrated f drink when Jle's, ofd'tthe., :-prater!I., l.Biteand'parchvant cutout .
;ry But when the dealer complete elimination diseased ', exclusive '
bulletin with the aid'of by our patented process!;: ;>
Showed him the wholesale bills : :
', plants. In the spring of the year which one can readily ascertain 1" .
The man felt so small the malady frequently can be checked whether or not an unnatural appear- t You just lay Ibadc.We regular fellow and puff,to beat
f That he bought a boy's suit- by rogulng 'in fields where it has L
ace of plants indicates the presence ; a"
derTwhqhr'aamhill didn't nail
And even that was loose on him I not obtained a strong foothold. Rogu- of the mosaic disease. This \ the'cardsrni: wof' ;; you\
And if Cecil will tell mo ing consists of pulling out infected bulletin ,which will b*- withina' k section',1;; -tfie P. A,.smokepasture. longer4 than,you care .;,
Where necessity gets off: Slants, root stem and branch.These few days; tells in .detail bow to ; to remember back r
e Andiqundering-goes-to< : bat plants usually wilt and .0are check the spread of mosaic disease. \ i f oj y
i 111 govern myself accordingly. no longer a. source of'Infection.But .; The 'folowing de.mptlonwf1l.btota..l.tanee ....JI ..... .. .i.- t.a-.u. 'r ) ....... ,
S. mote it be. ,I1a wet weather they should be in. supplementing the colored \ ', sad,.tt=.r....p.aa.d.al,..", fiechef :... ,. iiiIJ. -'T
Yassnnu burled or otherwise' destroyed else .Ulu.tration'l and jwfll enable ,- eon. .pneelo.f pawl",..., aw v rkh" .....
"r I thank' you.: -Thom. they may sprout. When the diseaseis those who do ao have access to the .....,...,,,ot I.AMJM the ,-- M -" padiro.,eeaae.a sea +,.
very abundant roguinir is out of I latter to more definitely diagnose suspected ( r
.t Subscribe for tb*. Valley GsMtt, the question; and all plants there eases. Upon walking between ,. L L=&::.c'' R J.; Reynolds.!TobaCco, ,:Co..';Winston-Salem.; :N. CLf 1
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t, Chairman 'Henry P. Davlson, on'' be- oar Make it. ,

hail of the war ceMcfl. tk* organisation

on De eve .f Its casual onroilmeat !,{,
I of members the Third'
Bed Oroos Boll Call during, November 2 to THE chief consideration in the creation .of ''

11. baa rendered an acooaatiag of the cozy artistic home Is the way you paint

; many millions given It by the American and decorate It- -

people to kelp our fighting men "
... sad our antes. The statement la la
Let home reflect own taste by the
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part Ask For These Freer
"Tbe war'council of the American choice of correct and harmonious color effects But''' i

; ,:; ) Bed Cross la now prepared to make a whatever your needs, be sure to specify Paints that Paint Books i
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complete' accounting to' the; American
r 3 neople of money contributed and expended have proven their worth, because you paint to Fleeces and How to Paint them"--

Southern aa well aa the work done by protect at well as to beautify. Conaissmsnybesutfuliflustratioaeof
Administration
.I.r building; of Baptist Sanatorium for treatment of I
taberculosls patients, located 4500 feet aboro sea IOTOll !.. tile American Bed Cross during the attractively painted Koines, shows and }
period In which the war council was Boor plane, wives specifications
Do you know that tuberculosis b '['75 Million Campaign this Institution la eoatrol of Its affairs. The war / tells bow> to select the right color

wore prevalent In the South than In!I win receive $600,000 for the erectionof council was appointed May IS, UIU, "The Modern Method of Decorating'i
additional buildings and $500,000 and went out of existence 'February: Thie illustrated i
any other part of the country beautifully
i for an endowment that will enable t8. 1819."It S ideas
,' That the death rat from tubercololto gives the latest and beet on
I the sanatorium to minister to those was the practice of tk* war the decoration of interior xralli and
hen la 14.1 per cent greater than Indicant patient who are unable to council to give complete publicity to f ceilings. It slows. a number of 'l

> for the nation aa a whole, and creator' pay for treatment. Its policies aad finances, bat It Is only rooms designed by leading artiste.
than In any clTlllred: nation on the |, That there 1 I. an imperative need now that a picture of the war period giving f...H ipBcifiv!;,.*'""* for obtaining
Have stood the test of time for than Harmonious color effects wilh
: with the exception of China more fifty years
globe for an 'Institution of this characterIs as a whole can be presented. It Is
That more than 160 people a day or.1 shown In the fact that all Institutions die feeling of tk* war council that a and will give you longest service at lowest/cost. Pea Gee FLATKOATT.

(7,71 a year, die in the South and in the South and Southwest for report In this summarized form>> should "The Modern Method of Finishing
14 th* Southwest from this dreaded die- the treatment of tuberculosis have a be made directly the public which No matter the .urtace-tb. I* a Poo- Caw P bat Product for Wood**-If you intend to build or

,R ref total capacity of only 8.7S7 beds, or. provided the money and gave the effort Every Pwrpe, a number of them you can .a.lI sad refit i.b your home, this illustrated:
That there are within the territoryof one bed for only one person out of which made the American Sod economically ua* yourself. booklet will be of great heir to you. i
k of the Southern Baptist Con' entlon very sixty In this section who are af- Cross a nen_ It contains 20 color finished
actively Infected with ** wood panel. end tires p
J75.000 persons flicted. A statement of the American Red OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY your
w'' whit plague and an equal advice how to take lire of f
Cn Oro.
great Everything connected with the Baptist effort and finances sine the "
Distributors for Pee-Gee Paint Products floors and woodwork.
.. amber hare Inactive Infection? Sanatorium is modern and of the war council relinquished Ita control -
That the money loss to the South very best but Its present equipment will be mad. to the pablle through Kissimmec. Florida. Pastes-Canlbert Cox,....
each year from tuberculosis Ia $176.- I I. far too small to cope with the demand tile executive committee, and It la Important wmsvue, KY.

.100,0001 I that ae mad upon it. Of the th..forthat the fact thai r
These startling; facts war brought Improvement fund that Is to be pro this report covers the period only until
to the attention of the Southern Baptist vided. $100.000 is available alreadyand March, 1. should be carefully noted..
4 Convention at its session In Kit architects are already designing Following are certain round figures

{ and a resolution was at one adoptedto new buildings worth $460,000. These covering American Bed Ores participation .

,', try and check the spread of the will be constructed just/as/ rapidly aspossible. In the war, aa revealed by the
of': START A "DAKOTA: COLONY"SUGGESTION
disease and provide relief As far aa war council's report tem t>n*
possible for those already Infected While the sanatorium 1* being op Outstanding !Figures OF TAMPA MAN sr >o

t ;Y with. It.Aa erated by the Baptists, it will be opento Contributions received ,
a result of this movement .there the people of all creeds and no (material and money). $400,000,000 Tampa, Fla., Oct 6. 1939.
was. established In the high cool rare creed. Due to the crowded conditions, Bed Cross members : Dear Sir: The latest demand of
atmosphere of El Paso Texas the however, it Is necessary that arrangements Adults; 30000,000; the United Mine Workers is 6 hours
ll.OOO.OOO
Children, ... 4
81.000.000 a day instead of 8, and 5 days a week
Southern Baptist Sanatorium which b.,made in advance by communicating Red' Cross workers .... 8,100,000
instead of 6 In other 30
g alma to minister to aa many patient with Dr. H. F. Vennllllon, superintendent Relief articles produced ; words
hours week against 72 hours before Virginia Lee
a -
by volunteer workers. -
aa possible and to disseminate at El Paso. rrX&TT.OOO
: :Families of soldiers aided the war. In addition a large
throughout the South and Southwest The sanatorium ia under the general bHome Service la U.a 000,000 per cent of the coal miners of foreign -
'the Information that win result. In supervision of the Homo Mission Refreshments served bv birth returned to their native
x checking .the farther spread of the Board of the Southern Baptist Convention canteen workers m U.S. 40,000,000 country since the war. The Queen of Nicotine
0....... and enable those who have and in addition to treating Nurses with enrolled for service The entire world I Is threatened

4. Jut contracted' it to obtain lmmed.1- patients who have already contracted Red Cross army..1., navy. .. .or.. ss,822 with a coal famine.A .
ate cnroa by proper method of living. tuberculosis, it will seek, through a Kinds of comfort articles letter, just received by me,
'. With the active aslUtanc of ,tie campaign of publicity, to. so' inform distributed to soldiers! states that the situation- in the north
1 taulneaa Interests of ..El pa.o' mod. the people of ,the South and Southwest Knitted and sailors articles In given.**. 11700soldiers west especially in North and' South
Dakota where there is coal mined
no
m ,sanatorium located upon a ,,beau; on the nature and prevention of and sailor In ,
K' ural'' tract of tel acres on the aid thla disease that the alarming death U. ... .. .i ....,. .. 10, 00,0.)0 and whatever practically is no timber and growth unless U A mild, aromatic, perfectly' blended:
Tons of relief .supplies very grave .
of Mt Franklin at a height of 4.COO rate from the whit plague can be Immediately coal is supplied pripr to the advent
shipped overseas ... 101.0JO \
feet was opened for the) healing of lowered and finally reduced :Foreign countries la of cold weather the result will be II I cigar of Clear Havana fdlerjind.ihadej

i,r. the people, and through'the BaptistCOOPERATION '*n the minimum. which Red Ores operated extensive suffering among the people
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-.. 23 as they depend entirely on coal grown wrapper. .
FaUeat
&ye la Red Cross for fuel {I. that section. .
Wf' ,ple but.for the hosts of visitor who kosoltaTla Fraao .... 1.158,090
.CITY'S GREAT :French hospitals( given Agriculture, aa you know, is the Ask
"*' S will soon be knockingat Florida'sgates material aid aIatpUats > principal industry of the Dakota*. any good retailer
EST ASSET
-'-- ; f, Every effort which, is put supplied tor Amr. 1 The farmers can do nothing practically -
or
: "Whatsoever a man soweth that forth may be expected to bring returns 0&lIeDa a,1 a1trou .na.:. 2I.',OOO 1st. from November 1st to. March Jul for an introduction.-to'

i ,shall h.:1: reap"',Is usually applied, to but. the measure these returns :.r....*ura taW aish.d! ..-. By Judicious, intensive and co-op- VIRGINIA
fI .0,000n
be
I Cowing -wild oats, .but it i I. just at cannot reasonably expectedto served b ... ...d... cralive advertising part of'' prop-1, LEE'l
applicable to constructive' ',eje- teed the effort Sa J'raD erty owners and real estate dealer
"' any destructive ] Already the city is seeing definite aWN IsLei 1.1 eoooCreas i in Florida for the next 80 days, the if <
1 mentas to'th. one. Just it..,. ,. attention of in the Dakotas
framer -
.remits from the campaign and is l'eI 'I every "'"" "'
,\, BOW for instance, Kissimme !* inak- / I can be attracted to this state For Sale.Everywhere
..r Jug .an unusual effort to beautify the I calving: favorable mention In the .... eaJ11" JI.ed!t ,114000. i 1 and a' tarp per cent can be Inducedto

; :dty and build up, not only ,for.,theplaatnr state: papers for the spirit ,shown -,...;7* in I spend the winter mere. ,I1,< 4t .
;'i'' of tHe( home here.: 'The ApalachicolaTimes, 'offaturday' ( .. T ".. 148.00) Ninety-five out of each hundred.of 'W1PAil.OI AA, .. "
'and'profit
peo- .srid I
S prints 0Itu.iea 'thir by the farmer of the Dakota own auiomobiles
BN Cress In Italy.:... 1M.OOO 1 I so it ia immaterial where
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"Th Gazette Klsslmmee la In
Red :Blood says OC tk* ao,000,000 In moa>ey andsavpUoa they spend the winter in Florida atone y hiJI
'. sting 'visitors this winter and anticipating eootrroated .* tk* American, } avowal. they live, convenient to aliard '
their,coming the town is being .
Rod Cross dsrtag MM twenty a**.tk* '
Makes Best, cleaned up and ,beautified.' A .tk* 'W'U'.a' waa la srlttsara. 'A great talk was mad when the '
tennis court is to' be' 'al government, was locating trainingcamps M1 ;
provided, pIS.000,000rwsa'ai tad to satsoI
.HOW
for Florida QA
soldiers claiming YOU
;r.. Complexions a suitable place for ,the parking/of/ sods arbsrs. wkDo UT, O>.vOOO tad, the' locations with all improvement EE ? J

automobiles, seats are' being erected to tko akapters>to ...... oi lit such ... gas, water electric .,
phole.ome' Cooiplozloa. the 'PrIde in the) parks and a'man has been em. ttrldos. Bxjaatlroyas In .e twesAyMtk li' hts, etc., for,camps. These propositions .- .
t' and Glory of- Healthy Jden udWomen. ployed ,to mt, Visitors ,and .h wthem' '. tetaaod ttteVOoAMO. dlvModsdowa were made for something of .
.. 'w : By ........ kead.arter* a tesnporary.ebsracterr-t4me'of' duration '"
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; the
---: over town. 'Everything is :.M :see: $S,000..l ales.hese ever ,'unknown. Her is '*n oppor- ".',<
P pto-MaagaB,. .Makes Bod 'Chaskar being done'to'create' a favorably.impression asA, --001'| n *. Patted States, nnity' fora permanent Investmentcoupled
-' among the visitors' IwMnM r ky *ka. .tors nt tie UaltedMM with development for your
,. BniUa .. Up "Tired Bodlea HelpsCkaage .. section. \Ie. I
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Followingit IttateA .... I .*** ,** akapterartMes ? rt'IOn Atlantic
: Pale Complexions tee Select the or
any 'i
"Kiasimmo thousandsof
,Bloom of Health. reports that =1 dlatvtVitad ta,. Gulf! Coast in Florida;or even!,' good-
enquiries have been"received from I' /IROOtt01q'dsewhere' crew ,
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"'11ts''healthy, attractive 'woman.' northern and western people, who ,aaAOOoaoj, ...tk* TJWted Itatea

',and man too-(with a who I.110m. complexion want to visit Florid. Th people 'of .*MOMOO. ataMag tool ssaissjimros HEALTH IS: 'POPU( RMECHA ;
i
|a' the nvy of those who feel Kissimme. believe in advertising, IsrloaflfiboK ..."0ti......... ...... SMAGAZINE 1

ifaat. for them, ,such attractiveness .is consequently! their tOWn''Is attracting a )Jl. n.tte4' .states. with its tour IumdncI pictures and foal'huaclrecltIdet each moah (,
Impossible. : IN'T.HE.'BLDOD . II bigger
yet health arid attractiveness the-attention-of.,peopl, who d.- . adletter. eke.... Oar ""' ''- In aU parts'of the world are :;'t
ar muc"f a matter''of good red blood Ire to spend-the winter In 'Florida. ', ,. itinualr/ on watch for now. and interesting thing far our readers ,.' Isit .. '

,sad unless a man or woman Is afflict Towns that dont advertia cant expect Stit-ctJa-,. 'tho ,BJo a'Jt4 TonStreBrthemthe POPULAR MCCMAWCS MAOAZtMB IS fOlt SALC ay ALL Nat1/6l/gALLq/

.d with,some deep-aeated. 'or serious .visitors." ' 1 Body.Th ..Ask...ohs.. qAe to all to wyfl1lla II caw copy 4 or W' .United Sutee7ks for tbe L MiS..''..1IOftJNII4. tL ., III'" ,
+ ailment. health Naico,
vigorous and peronaj join'TIle ,
.\It\ ,, charms within easy reach. 'I Tfao lesion ,,,1s obvious.:, What anyconununltyneedsrnostlaa Vody"lives on the food brought POPUUII MRIIAIIICS MAWnNR. .No MWI...A..CIIIeea-e. IIII..U

-Pepto-Mangan U responsible forth spirit ,of td' It by the,blood. If the; body U 'r r., f
cis L *'present health said happiness of unity among its'peopl'and .their'active :-, carrying' d,!.....-&1IkJDIlt: cannot car* :
I.. thousandswhotip formerly .were thin. 'co-operation. ,- Am. ... strengthening .food to the mule ': ''' 1
.pals, languid and oasily fxha ted. ' ';, "> des,.nerves, and bones .. inland; ,.build'' one hundred omore tiers that would rapidly develop
Pepto-Mangan helped place these Dr.'WlBlams 101.Tonic is mad up plalnJ ne room house same a* Florida. I can secure complete :
'[, .folks'in the full-blooded energeticrigorous The borrowed clubs, and girl" in'.MIssIs.. ,Re Gross of Quinine,"' Iron and sjfagnesia, cor- 'at Ocean Grove, N. J., about 10 .feet for housing ete.. and any lIIfonaa.plan l:
class-.and It probably can some during bathe } top **ctly porportl necL' The quinine kill 'square, the for \ f40,000, from the nks 'n in'' front for rent.-.LEach house 'j
o sam yon -, cave. All disease germs in the Wood the [ Someone Start a "Dakota
!. Popto-Mangan ,contain1 tho ,,'. .- chas seed corn purebred pigs all accumulated (will accommodate:, from'Tour to six Colony"! :
magnesia removes Now.
that blood and' other.,live stock.. Out of the** people Pip the colony for .water,
Jamb mak rich healthy poisons by gsntlyacting on liver and
And as a result of the increased s.pply' loans over a thousand in number ofbad bowels, and .the Iron fills up the blood 'sewerage, gas and electric light sale The government ?!.
'. there hat not been a single piece JThese can b* ranted as fast as completed an immense quantity of pfumb- .
of red. blood that
Pepto-Mangan with rich rod giving \ :
; of'the i'h ( strength corpnseles tog', team and
croates,- the entire system attains the paper. ''Many boys-were which are food for tired_and. with ,furniture absolutely'needeL gas fittings, bath.
room
\
appliances
; that ,th* sons .of'men,j ho_could not get '-*- kitchen stoves hot "' '
'vigor belongs,to every IDan-aDd credit at bank. 'Some. of the Florida creak bodies. -- water.equipment :, 4
r :womam. v bonks a are loaning ,.to club $. "Flo" Malaria; ('F.ert. Colds,' ,La- :I I When racated, 'the.'t.ni' poles and It seem to m., theme i
'I in two money all. furniture ''all to be stored in the far action
Pepto-Mangan prepared members under direction of farmagents Grippe and Chills; are affectively baa arrived ,
::1, forms,,liquid and tablets. :They'< are '* treated by'Dr. Williams '10txTonic.Daring . house proper, the platform moved J
'exactly:alike In medicinal Taloe., : n, ..' .... the "11."'epidemic last wtn-:;under the house, as two feet on each Yours very truly, '
.. ..uk"OU' druggist for "GndeVfWben ., : tor tile sales of lOJUTonlc increased 1 side would be adjustable for storage. JHO. J. EARLS. :$
T', ordering Pepto-Mangan., Look .'If yon kav'anything .'trade over. > *M cent. , I'The :rent; would repay; the investment \
c'' I/or tl*.,namo "Gude's" on tII.,pack.p. or exchaag try an."ad" ineer ciasified .. '. ..'"0 25e and boo bottles'for sal* 'at your I l in a few i7..n'and the colonies thus Do not forget th* KIssbanM'Vai. '

:If --! '. .. .colomm. r'v drug. atone -Accept' ,no..sabstitutes. organised. would bring. a clan, of set. ly' Gazette. office OWi fine pri tln ;. .:r

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.. THE, .US5IBIMCE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY ; .L.:, .,... ," NPI -
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'" Has that fall arden been planted e. ,,'" '

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home consumption.This berry can .. -. ,, \ .
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\liked that no garden is complete .," ., \ '.. "" \:.; ,..)."I.' : ..;. 'J.( .'t'I"if'. ."." ,. I'' .,1 ;".' .,(, ,
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CORRESPONDENTS WANTED .. .. \
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Ii wanta a' correspondent " '-, "
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In every community in Oeeeola. county. . '. i ..4' ' : J
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Send in the hews. It will help''the; . . < 11,

a i paper and will keep your tectioi) be v I ". '. ..:J Q, r Q 1 r: : .. ,,,,' ,

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z ; LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSNOTICE 'r:' I l : : irl S.S ., fpi.i' t. tii f' Sf I ''It'" ." ''it :.'

OF, .MA fBP'S:;'....... ',f < ,, > ""
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Circuit In' and for O ' O' ' t
oeola County. Plortda. Judson Black I ,. .. '"
, plaintiff, versus Mary 3- Prentls. a* ( : .(
i arimlnmtratrlx: of the estate of Jamie '\ I
1 1W. Prentla, deceased.. .et Alia defendanta. -' 'k, 'JI..'" .. . ,
- ti, Foreclosure of Mortgage, 1(; ,\.;, :' '. ". ,I '. ,I
"To All Whom It May Concern .
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"" Notice la hereby given,' that aa ape* .,' , A. ',,, .
bdal: muter duly appointed In the 1 o,. 1"i'.,'" ,"
1 above stated cau... I will on the first I. .
( day of December, 181., that being: a ; : ;,," ' : t. "I
legal antes day and between the .. ( : . I { '. ..' 1! rl
'hours of legal safe.* In front of the, "',.","t'' . "
I. Court Mouse door'rn Klmilmmee 0. r. :' Y '
t'}oi-ola County. Floroffer lo.ale:. '.'. ",:. ..rJIfIi't;; :.; ,
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i and aril by auction'to the hlRhcTt and "';"' \ \ ,
I best bidder."for cash the following .' .' $ :"I' ;& G, i 'f./ .
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doaortbed rear ptate .Tra 'Uw-propeTty '," "" .1'. i"v_" ,,(, ', ,,, ,
of the estate of mid James W. Prentla.deceased ., : ."C, ..:' ;
aa ordered by final decree ofuald 1 'W-: .. I" ,,oJ,:,,},, r ,J... .", .. ..'. " .
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Court In the above cause, .to-wlt; D-.J. I : '."/I . ;
Beginning at the Southwest V'A.T I '> ,' I ,
cornerof t' ; ,,/) : 1'
flection, 12 of Triwnshlp 15,'. South, ... "'arGt. ,"..
\ Range 10, .tm thence run due Northto rel. ,_ ..e- L... a ' '
low water on shore of lake ' \ :
known aa Fish Lakerun thence due De1.co -Ligh.-t ..
Kaat ;460 feet, thence South to Southline r .
of said Section thence West 660 tr
"Ffeet to place of beginning. Purchaserto ., Field iRepareseivfa-fiv<<
pay for deed 1
!:. .KJasJjounee; Fla.. Oct. f9, 1919. Os. ;, .; '
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;o' MILTON 'Lit 00 FJR. \
.'.41. Special Mater .

MCTim. OK INTENTION: TO APPLY '? '

{, FOR LIiiI'TERPATENT.. Is Near You {

Notice. la hereby.----00 given that the ''Un There a Delco-Light n .

rd dersigned will apply to Honorable "
v, f- Sidney J. Catta Governor of, the State '
of Florida. at Tallahassee. Florida on -' ' i\; ,
the 4th day of December, 1919. form y '
Letter. Patent to be Issued to DREW. No matter'vhere ,Uti-'
MILLER COMPANY under the fol ,

; owing: proposed Articles of Incorporation is a D elco-Light man l.tit'1' l "

BKNJ. DREW. '
M. M. OVERSTREET.M. :; ::, : .
reach of
M. MILLER. you. .
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ffir ARTICLES' OF INCORPORATION. 't : : : : : '

.f We. the undersigned hereby a..o- This means much ; .. . .
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elate ourselves together: for the purpose : :
of forming and beginning" a <<:cor than '
poratlon under the Laws of the Stateof mere '
; Florida, and do hereby adopt de '.i;;< y
Clare and subscribe the following" as chase of
i L the Articles of our Incorporation: a ; : : :
ARTICLE I. '
The name of this corporation shall if.
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tb* DREW-MILLER COMPANY. and These men are :' { ', I
Bits place of bualness shall be conduct- .
Jed In the State of Florida and other 1 ;:t.
>'States of the United States of Amerl- KNOW electricity as '
( cs, and In foreign countries, wherever ;'ry :.
r necessary or convenient. The princi
.pal of Ace of said Company shall be at They can advise you as ; ''
I Klsslmme. Florida. but the said cor.: :: ,
i poratlon may establish branch offices have. ;
> at any other place In the State of plant you'should
Florida, or- In any other State of the ; r.\i''': ,1-
United Btatea of America or In any I :
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foreign country, ; ;
ARTICLE II. Drlco-Ujhi .it a. "" ', I N
The !general nature of the business Plsal j' ( ',7
to be transacted by the said corporation sat.,- / '"
shall be aa follow.: To hold buy. it / ;
1 i own hire, control, work develop sell '
convey, lea., mortgage" pledge exchange : :
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4 I',:; cultivate Improve and otherwise ,T y :
deal In and dispose of real estate, . 1. to
timber lands, and standing timber, ',,," t, "
without limit a* to amount. In the; .

rotate State of or Florida Btatea. of and the In United any State.other : : : i ">: "
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I\ and In foreign countries,. to do, any , :
and all thlnga-appropriate' for thdevelopment '
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and Improvement of the I
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;", .aarae for agricultural and other pur- : "

.(; 4aot.d tow subdivide: large aame'bodies may be of

land Into email farms, lay out townItea.
+!. erect- suitablebuildings' for ,
", residences. or business and to make :', \ '''
such other Improvements aa may b.
t' necessary upon such farms or lots, to ,
t encourage In any way the cultivation ;) ; ( )
of the soil and to assist In disposing of f; ; ; ; .. _
:-0- Its products, when grown, upon then
. of the world, erect canneries ; "
f and to do 'all other things necessary u ; ( ), +.
i-f-o the proper car. of same: to out.
fell work' manufacture, produce buy.
'; ..11.' and deal In lumber logs, cross :: : I ,!
tlee .bln I... and' all article and y
> products and by-products' manufactur- i
i eel or derived front pin, cypress or ;,
other kind. of timber to bay, sell deM -
liver' and deal In groceries, commi.ilcry .- . ,
.took., dry ..roods, hardware. end
,. sill kinds of general merchandise and
[ products at wholeeala. re2' .
tl.advon ., , '
: a commission; to buy '.. < .. ; "
x? raise sell on" deal-In cattle and sill I J

l!..other-kind lands;and cattle of live rang stock.: to-buy.aad pasture farm. .;'to' enter* i.to.-nake,* to';''term'kndiearry ()'.hall. exit"ahaik; be" .t;- ; : ; : ', .-

111./ .., mortgage leas.. pledge, e.tl'and i out -..atl'& ta of every. ort| *" "" ...
.otherwise deal In.'and disposeof, all and kind with any: person,r firm "' 0.I I| The I bualness. ofeaia -.. { ....'
elation, corporation.'private, I ImunlelpaVor : ; '
'kinds of personal'property to public or shall be conducted-by a :
act aa'real
.': estate broker. and agents; for the' body politic.-in furth.r.sae. Vice-President a.d. . '. ., Lake- '
purchase and sale of real eatate of all of, the business of this corpora- J][nrer, and a Board of 1>lreoto.1"i,, r \ 1st,' ,
; fund*; '. to establish and maintain,tlon. r and;, to do --.U and everything[law provides. The offer of 1 ( .. .. X
'farma. gardens and "farms. to Iral. ae.easary &0.., properly carry on Its I I I.ael.Treasurer. maybe held i v
i .. live stock to establish ,dairy business: to" make, as* and deliver Its ][earn :"ib.The Directors i : : ; .the' .-B.-W'f>-f'i '
(arms chicken farms to erect negotiable!' promissory -notes .-f*r any I I[elected stockholders -
construct t and operate saw mills: :-'dl: I'Indebtedness which said orapany'might annual meeting; all other ,, .; '
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} crate factories Ice factories and cold Incur, and to secure same by )I this corporation 'shall be : ;
J storage plant., and to.a operate the ,trust deed' mortgageor any. au.h I pushy by the Board. of Re
} camel to manufacture, put chase sell :manner* Ha board of directors shall]annual meeting of said ", ,, sad,
Jand- deal'' In fertiliser and fertilising ,s..-.8tl') to build, -maintainown, a..di j i ahall ba held on the .eond "" *, P$
(!materials, crates barrels, boxes, and operate saw. mills planing'mills dry ;'in January In each and ." I ..
i mat.rials necessary for- packing kilns, loggingmachinery. *and appliances at- aach hour aa ,,.mat be ,, '. ..)
f fruits, vegetables. and other turpentine stills and other plants, By-Lawa of said corporation, I '; and i'
1 : '
VPpducta and. to deal In and all for the production manufacturing.and be adjourned from time to ; : I
Mother ;--euppllea for :o hl..c groves commercial utilisation of all kind.lot. such By-Lawa may provide; : '
;and farms; to manufaoture'Isaa.,buy timber and other, forest produot.j officers elected at the I .* are
and sell farm Impiemente, apparatus, andcb7-preductsM] to.- ,.. meeting shall be qualified, I officers ,
,tools; and machinery, traction, engines, ,manufacture, 'and deal In phosphate ness of this corporation i "
{ and power engines and all other artl- minerals, and mineral oils,and all the ducted by the following ; Edgar' .
> des and appliances used In oonnectlonwith products and -by-products thereof;; to B. Drew, President;; M -
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and necessary for the-. !roper build; own lease, control charter and street Vice-president) M. : t have \.
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operate tramways railways" engines Secretary-Treasurer > the
cultivation and operation', of (arm -
fruit farmssrsrdenn.. grrovea and tru..il oarl.'veasol.; and: .othervehicles or And the. following: shall ( / and,, --
i,means of .lran.portatlon. of property the Board 'o( ,Dlrectora ; l. i '" of" said .
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'or. products, held, owned, controlled elected at the IIr.t. annual i .. ,pane 3-
: by.the. said corporation or other person's shall be qualified B. Dr.w. ,. : Ktb
DON'T.:BE MISLED OP corporation. In connection with Orerstreet M. M. Miller.- .
the. business of this corporation, bat not ARTICLE VL' ., .
r \ to Use th* aame for th. purpose of The highest amount of ..... ;,.
$- .. doing the. businessof the, common or liability to which this
Klssimme Citizens Should Read and carrier: to own operate->-fease, hire, may aU ny time subject' I ; 1 ,
' use ana maintain dockaxwharv**, ejevetors. be On ,Hundred. Thousand .. 44-iJ r
Heed ,Th.AMk.. _, faculties '
presses tanksr storage f
ABTICXB : '
a J VII. :
+ r Kidney trouble" 'amd of kind-sand-toii-ecelv- 4
.1; dangerous; .v.r- the Tame. and re.ld ...
n :
&; Cttenifata1. !profits anjL aofls .' therefrom, and to .'
& subscribers' hereto and the ; ,
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.r.ct.D* maintain tanks and ware.houses !I by :
stock subscribed them
Don't experiment with t
; something Oaeeel ,
of
for, the storage turpentine lows, and the amid share. .. ,'
.', flew and untried.' oils ;rosin,. cetten'and other preduotaand their .'"
.' '. am.a.a.r*, ;:
Use a tested kidney 'remed,.* Issue storage or. warehouse reoelpta oft-J. : v- :'.
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against-* same; .t* receive OrlandoC .
Ben}. : ;'
prew-;
with PD1 >
Begin Doan' '
Kidney payment f or. all or any part; of the .Shares.- '- ;' '. I /.. ._,,
Used in kldney'trolble''' 1 60> years, stock subscribed' In money, M. M. Oyer.treet .. I ; Clalma
\ labor '
'.1 Recommended' here and every- or services at'a Just valuation 100. Share.." , ,,, .:..,
thereof at tlae- dl..r.Uon or She board hereby>
Kissimmee ,
t where. V ; of directors add generally to have and Sh'r.lMl1Ie.r..,: ? any ,
.I-A, Klsslmmee ctttsea's1, statementforme. exercise such be incidental \ < '
) power- a. may STATE OF FLORIDA '1 yon or-
f convincing! proof.' *o the business of aald- corporation COUNTY OF ORANQB- ) :: : ; :: : .. .the
local be in- and'of' the corpora iron rights.power. .bn this day late of # '
10' It' te.t1moay--It.can personally I
| < Incidental I ; :
teetigabed.. '. and privilege to fore;me, a Notary Public.. in : ;andero
corporations organised and vxlstlnstunder said estate.
County ;
and State duly'
R'; Ask: 'your'neighbor.;: the laws of. the State 'of Florida B. Drew well known to m. : ...,_t.

ivT.. .- N. Clark,.carpenter, ,811. Mali- other! to obligations I..... and deliver-for value Its bonds and }and secure the rson'deseribed- In and who. : : : : '.' ..a.,, h

>ette St.,,' says. Severalears ago same by. trust deed ..orIn"any who foregoing subscribed proposed th' ; ,, &, '
,
same
hen' I',was living--in; York'' State ,,,1 manner. It' ales fit.'/ The foregoing knowledged before "toe that I !
I down with ,my back.; My iI kideys clauses "shall t construed-aa Independent cuted and subscribed th* .. : .. 10.;'
were bet Ieonld any '
am. In witness whereof I have
r ,, m" 'baek would ) so .f.'rct snail-not held to limit or *et'--y-nand-and-*ffixed.*. < ,gla/r
scarcely) bend'over or straight- .. la any,,manner any other business seal at Orlando. Florida, ,,this ; I a $
:or, power; of thla. corporation. .
Ian. My kidneys acted too frequently of October UI1. -'
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XRTILB IIL'The deal .
(Notarial ETHBC!
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Imnd i, had to get up several times f'amount of the capital stock of Notary Pnblle. fltat of : /'i

ftJurlnsr'the night, losing. much 'aJeep. said.-corporation shallbeT'J''IHI..O Iseion Expires F.b.', I I !say
;iHearin of D &n'. ,Kidney Pills,' I got divided Into three hundred shlres'ofthe STATE! Of" FLORIDA. ..ppl".. 9M1 h
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.par value of 1100.00 per shard all COUNTT OF OBCfcOLX. Judge
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dozen boxes
;;a, supply and one .,half r
or part ot .t... capital stock of said On thla day personally ( for +
: ntirely cured :me. ; L ,.have.freatfaith corporation may be... .bl. la.or la- fore tn*. a.. Ntary Public of th*<
to thl'eel.' ....,." T V'r" sued or used for... purchase of property said County and State duly. -..... ,'
,I I. dealers.' 'Donl: ' labor% or ..m.... la each M. Vf.-Ov.rstr.et.. and M. : I ,4
all trlsif
Jt.: Price 60c at
amounts and'at such valuation thereof wen kaowa tome to be '
:J l-Implz ask: for, a'kidney remedy-get aa may be 'fixed by the Board of deaerlbd la and -who .. i '[* .;
VDoajnV Kldner P11U iho san' that Director, ,at.a,,regular m.etlng or a foregoing proposed _charter, : -.
,' roster-MJlburn'.Co meeting called forth.purpoes. subscribed the same>" and :
k'bAd.
v Mr.' , ,.. acknowledged. ..fo.1. : :

", :,Mfg"*.,( ufMo.I ,.-, .. :Y.' '.. ,The' tarm for, .which- jolscorporationy f : they executed. and ,.u :' j : ..trIXo, "

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.._. THE' KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY OCTOBER 31,,If Itf "
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:.. PU.. ... ...'........ .'..- i.............. . ........ ... c' Saturday- ,-for I Interment. "Mr*. Simp* t NOTICE

i ; J. son ,and two.'sons, Bryan and Jack,]I I It Is a violation of the ordinances
"St.lou and" Misses Ann and Inca Carson, 'of Kis.imniee to In any manner obstruct >>-

I' Department .went to Bartow to' be present at the the i"ethektyior al.ley. .'
.funeral service Miss Norton left .. This streets* to ; of
_ '1 HALLOWEENand l E Thursday on t of the intelligence cows. hone) or other animals where.
fathers This ordinanc.
NDER\ of her death. obstruct trafAc.
NEWS. ,AND NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD THE "W CITY. they may enforoecL
be strictly
CORRIIIS"OI'fOmMT. /' The deceased ,was sixty-six;; years will
; BY OURRECIJIAR old at the time of his death.Osceola. 45-8t. W. J. STEED, Mayor.

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:I Mr. L N; Albertson, who has been Mrs. Cw K. Hendricks came homeSaturday
pending: the summer at East Orange morning after spending the

: ::la21pb.In: : : ; :piers: N. J., and Banger, Pa.,. cama. summer with friends at Evanston, III., Co. ..'A
home Friday evening:.. .Misses Edna.nd Edith Wain Hardware ,
f Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McClure,who wright and Miss .> Ella McAllister,
.
'have been visiting: friends at Darlington were the guest Sunday evening of

( Douhnut: : ,. Pa., for the past two months, ;Mrs. Sarah Morris. 01' '
came home last Friday moYning. Ex-Mayor Bower died Tuesday evening Located on.Klssimmee'sBUSIEST

:EEJS: H TC X:>>.A.--SZ- They were accompanied home by : at his.home on Massachusetts
Y Mrs Nancy Avery, of New Castle, avenue. Particulars of the funeral CORNER. '. 1
will be given next week. 1"j'
I Pa.Dr..- and Mrs. Wertz, of Pittsburgh, J. O. McNew has returned home
: I(Pa., were the truest for a few days after spending/ ,the summer at Johnson -
r n ,this week of Mr., and Mrs. John City Tenn. Glass PitchersThe i ,1
\ 'Houston. . Mrs. Nancy Avery of New Castle,
I Mr. and Mrs. G. A.' Peed of Orlando [, Pa., arrived last Friday morning to
Saturday, Specials were visiting friends in our city spend the winter and is pleasantly located difficulty of getting in an invoice of Glassware hat been 4 ';
I '" ", on Saturday. with Mill Hasher, on Illinois overcome and we have just placed four different patterns of Glait t
e ,
s : Layer Cake Lady Finger 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. M, Johnson spent avenue and Eleventh street. Pitchers shelAll moderate priced in fact extremely {
Jacksonville. ) J. on our are
the week-end at Messrs. K. Conn. Sam Brain-
Cocoanut, and Almond_ Macaroons. I I Mr. and Mrs. Meecham and daughter mar, Roy Taylor)! C. P. Stanton and low, priced considering the times. and the price of other kinds of I I

.. Bessie, arived on Saturday from iL. U. Zimmerman motored to Kis- 'ware. Let u. show you. aWE ''i
Kent, Ohio, to spend the winter.I I' simmee Monday night to attend the
I $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
', Hot Bread and Roll Every Afternoon I Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Turner; ond Masonic Lodge "
; ; nephew Frank, of Ada, Mich., have Mr. and Mrs. John Washer, who CANNOT PROPERLY ,DESCRIBE ,

'TRY'A LOAF TODAY returned for the winter. returned I have been visiting friends In the those I beautiful: Electric Table Lamp that we've just unpacked. .<+/,
Mrs. Anna North, returned home
Meatyard Saturday
home last Thursday after spendingthe i morning./ You'll have to tee them for our power of description fail ui. Come i ito

THE CITY 'BAKERY past' two months in Nebraska, I Mr. and Mrs II. C. Stanford of our store and let us show them and give you prices. i

Illinois and Colorado. Kissimmee, and Mr.. and Mrs. J. II. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ > i '
Mr. and Mrs. ,James Bullard have Ferguson of St. Cloud, motored to Ji
E. A. NIEMEYER PHONE 19 returned home after spending the Orlando Sunday afternoon.Mr. WE GIVE YOU SOMETHING FOR NOTHING.

summer in Michigan and' Johnson I Park Hall and mother were Would you like to have a good map of Europe showing how it 'Ii
+ if" City, Tenn. I the guests on Sunday of Mr. and ,:.,
ha misunderstanding
M Mrs. L. Shambow.Dr. been chopped up by the Peace Treaty since the recent ;
Mr. and Mrs. II. Stanford and
Ika 000000 lOt 00 o.ooooooo.OOotOO ooo..... oooo.ttoOO 0 '"<0- daughter; Mattie, and C.Misses Thelma I J, D. Chunn has sold his drug ? We have a fine colored one for you free. Step in i

Sutton and Catherine Tiller, of Kis- store building to Mr. Free, of Cincinnati and get it. .

simmee, were St. Cloud visitors Wednesday Ohio.CONSPIRACY. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ s $ ,

JUST afternoon.Mr. "' GETTING FIXED UP SNUGLY FOR WINTER.
Daniel Harvey of Vermont, arrived IS CHARGED '
here for the winter Wednesday I BY POLK CO. GRAND JURY The Red Cross Mattresses are made under rigid inspection and

'. 4 *MMSBBllBBBBB* BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBIBSl evening. He was accompanied by )I are shipped in pasteboard cartons that are sealed and the content
friends. An interesting case for the circuit untouched from soft down,
. are factory to purchaser. They are a*
-- -- -- court is that of a true bill which the '.
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grand jury brought in last week for and will be mighty comfy when cold weather comes While you'rebuying

conspiracy against Detective Thomas get the best.
and W. R. Parsley of Tampa and R.
RECEIVEDOur L Haris and R. W. Swearingen of '
GASHUM AND SUSETTE.
FOR SALE! 'Avon Par for conspiracy or frameup -
against Mrs. Fannie Reeves, Avon "Please Gashum tan I have a little money to go shopping?" 1

Park postmistress.This Surette inquired. .
f \ is the celebrated case in whichit "
I "Sure thing aid Gashum. "Shall I give you an old five or a
is alleged that the parties above "

Fall Line' of Oil and named planned a frame-up on Mrs new one? "
; : Reeves and that it was carried out, "I'd rather have a new one of course.
',u 1. REAL ESTATE finally culminating at the Ifibler hotel "All right here' the one. and I ave four dollars by the operation -

:, Wood Cook Stoves Oil when Parsley and Mrs. Reeve ," the wicked Gashum. .
were arrested in a room. The detailsof
'. the case have been printed and are .y
and Wood Heaters Refrigerators Homes Groves Farms 1 pretty well known but the Binding of
the Polk county grand jury contrasted -
with the exoneration given Detective Osceola Hardware r Co.
and
Chairs Rock- LotsSPECIAL
City
I Thomas for his part in the affair
and certain other signed statements
-
'M ] era, Etc.. Etc: {and affidavits which went before the -
,. 'city council of Tampa to support the
i : 'I whitewash, are very interesting indeed
v 40 Acres-20 acre bearing grove, and The Star is wondering what
7-room house, deep well .for $25- wonderful Tampa city council
: Call and See Them and Get Our Price 000. Half cash, balance terms to {Ithe other will say about it now. The

% suit. facts are that all they did was to
approve of Mr. Thomas leaving the
'jf 'city to take part in the case, and it AGENTS WANTEDTO "
was intended to give'out this impression I .
'r. M. I. STOUT too that an investigation had
C. H. GRANTHAM 1M ''
Sat -rOF7 St.re been made and that there was no
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( frame-up at all The Polk county
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there
grand jury says was, and they
N -, made a thorough investigation of the DEMONSTRATE '
matter and. so strong did they thinkthat \
.,' they brought true bill for, V
so a'
'i' " conspiracy. SAVE:=C AS TABLETS
The defendants were in Bartow one .,. ;:
;No .; 1 Increase Price; : day last week and gave bond of $500 't" '1-. J > it.1"""*, '
'7' is''
I } ;M Buy/and'.Sell .' each after they had been Hrved'with V .! Mad.: Have'Automobile "
"
<. r:4 the papers, and 'the case will probably j'
.' not during this term of j
: come up
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,
v; .J': courts. Mrs. Reeves has retained Ma- \
eh :of, .Ice OldHats bry A Carlton of Tampa,to' assist in Big money for the hustler.Gasoline .

Lt i il the prosecution,and it .understood at 2 cents
= .. '. that it will be pushed to the'.limit.,-" per gallon.Send .
':- +' ( a41"7w : "her. ....The Star would call the.attention 'One '
-l s.f <)4 it" 5 \I Dollar for trial can.
L J I. to the' sleuth hound! reporter of the
Tampa Times to please rive notice of '
,.
::; ... ..... -.. '. this' investigation to'the,people --- .
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'*****,1i'. :L"Jf! ; uidiw:: ,** S .. '-*,* tODey T.!:_Ty ;S&i;: ; "r..o.;.;.r j'-,.-,.., '.:#-g;:..#-r.-_':: ---:'":';-=--....",..;..."" Tampa.through .the.columns rot the -- ";;;- i Write

OJ JjfcTy; *":oreale. :.1 ,.b 1.drl ws ef.wagons.'! *!,(h.JoJJ9Wio..priuat4* ?? -of"'all-kind- _.AUp ..buy. and- sell.. may mayor'.be;kept'paper-so't straight.that""If the he. will records dig .... . -' ;r

'. |r 21SeTickets;. good.lor 10 &.seafy!l: ?.<'r2t:r't*L;!...:*.)f.OO:? old. ;Coats', and Pants, to. sell at:i around about'where' ?'the'.'jurr+;'last' 1''., ,' ...i:
.. ,... .. '' stood b.-may be able by this time to '/ .
; :
; .f..21,,.10q'Tickety'' good(2225c for 20+Ib s eichlEEfE __rlZ _r 2.00_ I announce> along with ft,. a, revolver .WM'R, .'11:!
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: Ticket*,:good'.for.50 ,fc,.each.-::.._ -.J.:::" ?, 5.00T reasonable"price,"j Also.' Cleaningand . finding'' story' which'-might. :brine., him.raise I
:; in salar/t; "
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, T ; ai ,33rd St. and 14th Are.t k
) Thisframeup case is wht' stirred .. .
...... ;'-4, < Dyeingof' all ,kinds ;done.J..SIHPKINS. , '
.,.....,..'. '" f"C' . .1 .) np the natives of Tampa and some of > TAMPA 'FLORIDA :
5- Driverare'instructed I to give full will the sleuths, bartenders pie 'counter ;. : ...
j ; weight. Complaints: '
: re- : :. tf '!
1 .. A ,'. attendants .etc-,' to such an ,. extent V ..

1'jCeive' "prompt; __ attention. '> '. r. l that, they'.u.ed, every known.''means ., > .. , ,
!
: : almost to show theydidnt like to get "
: any publicity or ,for the facts to be '
Planar s ,, One' .Block'From" . 'Depot.I' half way ,stated. In displaying the C.,A. CARSON. f elideD ,N. C. BRYAN. Secretary.
which 'didn't 'like'their it,
extent to they
: ' '
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,.,L. '" . ." +, little game was, proven to be '
' y 1 about the .bigjaest boomerang that THE: WATERS & CARSON GROCERY
: CO.
-,,' has Lakeland ever .ben Star.pulled. .off, In Tampa.-\ ,1 < ,
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s't j : : ,WhoIe. ale',,and. Retail Dealers in'I1 ;

,: : .NOTICE TO HUNTERS' AND,
.. ,;;I ,\., Ia ; 'J'r_ :/ '. : ." : l':) ,'::''; FISHERS.V ,:,, .
ti / ',* .,' , '. ;.. ,: . ', ',' / ', GROCERIES ,
,. -, , ; ", ." .
> '.!_ i'., ., .r ,', '" ""r- '" ",".. ' ",d,,' .., ., <
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; '''' ,'"" 1 ,. A .. -"" _.,) ," :1.t '., xiu!> ;. '.''(011' 'I:., ", ?t( '""r.t ". Parties wishing I to take trip down

." :. .:'li"' ..' "''-"..,'". '",.'....(,1...", ',-;; ,'..,,",,.'..''i'..'.' :;",",,'" 1;.I ..'. the river;and have comfortable quar-
\.; \ :,,, , ters may do sO by renting nay 35-foot
; "". ". 1<;,'1. 'or 1.:1/\ " .f I ,
'. '" .. 1> to, t ."' ..tW '' ,.. ,...''. .<1.'., power, launch which: la completely 5-
.
;+ '> f'1',. '"'! ."' ,_' " ..,.,,.. ,' .' ,., . ,. tW.... .. :),:. "Jf.' ' ;, ''I\\..!':'I<.i".,.',..,';:'I'.{.;". ., '." equipped for this purpose. Arrangements e..+;.... +.. ._., . ee: ,::00 0004,0e0 0 ''
+
: 'o.1''I v ' ,"" .! ;mC ptq.4i .
r 'x r '' 4e'r' ; .f. r,4- hl! r : ?, be made q'ith'owneron, "
',", -., ... .. ',1',,"-,,,-, ,,,.,,'" "" ":-''-\J4-1J", ,I."'1 ,' ,-"f'..., .. ., -......-"--. ... -:"-. .,- "I"i.1fFt',''''[:';1-, t' '''tr..', board 'launch may "till" at city'dock. .: WE -.; .- e*-' +.,"" ..' ?

_ I., .... .' d',. '" I" '''.'''',1'...'': '+ 'f':/ ,." "!'.,,' .."', ."...':... I" 'iV,' 46-ltpd F.; M. BENJAMIN. .'' I SELL'HAY ,. Vii E' BUT
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:' !'.id't.li' ,'' , : l." .Jt: :PIONEER"* FLORIDIAN. FRANK. ,J ', '0' v. HIDES' V S '.:
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t' ', .,, : ;, NORTON. DEAD: *:.* I .' :+
Spent i Money 'W.1" <<; I ,. '... N .e'
> ',' !' .\... e GRAIN, 0. !>\. FuRS'.i"f'. s },
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I .,-. 'ryh'h{ ',",':,,Cf.'t",, ',' ".';' here, died at his home in'Okeechobee: 'FERTILIZERS 0 t *+,..
<- 57,00is.: I 'anjv' .. <,, ' October 23rd, after a very' brief ill 0e WOOLv. i:'ft" 't j ..
: Bank is worth' ? : ,
: Account to, + : Jo
yon you more ; .
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comes ;; ,.. . ness., His 'death'' was thought. .to''.be. ,- SHINGLES *. 0 .. -: 't' i' ,i: "
J $10.00-you'have, spent, Spent 'like past time .' note $ffvback. : .. caused by heart failure. "
money ,. ', ., '' ./ V w
v '" \ of of AND ,' 't,
Norton family
Mr. was one a .
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', ,:; ; \" pioneer in ,Florida and'pas, the .ORANGE BOXES''' '. ,
1 r is'1The iC.i ; +
... money you 4 keep: ia',an: Interest Account'at the. Citizen Bank: : r.' fourth' generation of, Norton to., be OJ i I : "' "It
born and reared In''this' state.. He 5 : ALL e>
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ubere'for; you. 'at, time and while'here '.eama:4 'per cent.' "You t, ORANGE WRAPS 0e V
I ,any : : : : : 1 fa survived by: his' widow and nine 0 .t +l' +,

l, ; v. 4 e Iii 'rosy'..regret" having spent :'your, money-you''will. ,not;, regret :having:;, . :," whom childrenfour[ Miss Elsie' dad Nortonresides ten, one 'of 0' VEGETABLE CRATES *._ ". :COUNTY ..

e ,... "banked. ,.nt, I.*-:''t, .that,,10"f"t'' '!''' -r-4ir< -"".'- -" beN,-and" ., -sons- ,Other-near rrelative .. .' - _,+s -+ \ '-". -. -;--- 'I.'

are one brother William' Norton e CRATE NAILS 4> .. . '
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S V 5a of Haines. CitYz.ana'three sisters 0 .' PRODUCE'
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Mrs. J. M. Bryan dn.'William Shelton ,X : +

.iii.Citizens.I ''Bank and,.Mis,,Julia Norton,of' :,Jacksonvills. ., -ee- '.. 'eoeee\ ... .. " -.''.'k .. II .,* > ." . .' ,*... ,+
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., .:. ;DEPOSITS"P',1PiS81111MEB He 1 la an uncle ,of'Mr*."C.'iA. Car.' '. ,"':v: -.na'crden'seedr ..
; *' ' son and'",MrsAB.,B. Simpson,;of'Ki*> wJ Mil Field of ati'Iu''nWr "J 't. ',
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: ,e INSURED simtnee. ,. We give .pecial.action to fitting"out bunt D j and i
l ', S Mr Norton was a prominent cattleman eampinf'. patttias,
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; .Free'cJeliyeffo'citylimita.; : :: Thone No.'12., '
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of this section'of the state and
. the ablE fad .1. ..
w m ba. V WiIII, y wi' ial. baa'frequently visited here. .- are eoonjy':agents for good .f.rt lizera. Ask w''jor .eienlar r sad
- mow
..... SERVE ( -- ,1'I f' .HI*. remaiar.:wen ,taken.; .tq'.BartowsMfcW prices on fertdiran.: \\T-j'r-:"' ,:': ,..L'''''.tt 1 -. :. --Lor. .......(fl/-. 'J Y t ,

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