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: November 7, 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: VID00932
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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t:' '. RATIFIED BY THE. VOTERS LAKEFRONT' B JiZH'D HAVE ROUTINE BUSINESS$


The bulkheading of Lake 'Tohope- ::1' will only"be a matter of getting it .
.kaliga, which has beep the dream of here and assembling it for use.> -
T _- The barge will be built here and --
Tb.. 'Saturday election called, bye .line''will lessen the amount 'of ground,'the well 'wither' 'of 'Kissimmee foryeaj's I the material bought from local mills. I The'' Board 'of County Commissioners -.from his'land to build the"' ap toaeh, '

city council to ratify the propose reclaimed b,.. only about fifteen acres ,. will soon become a realityfor, The m.tblnety.n Include three transacted their usual amount of to'. bridge, and that: the dirt be.re.
Change in the specifications for .but will make' the bond money ads*.within, the.next'few weeks the dredge motors, one 160'hone power one 40,(I routine business, on Monday 'with placed. '.
bulkheading of.'Lake Tohopekall-' quate to complete the ob. will be in operation ,on'' the fill. and one 10 h.p giving a total of-.200 very few matters put off-for'further, t It was decided that before granting -' tan
,was a quiet's affair and little op '}>rob.bly'the only other 'change When'' the bonds were voted last h. p. These will be operated by the consideration.The his request the question of the
Diltlon developed. This .la- distinct.,. necessary will be to'use heavier, pll- spring and then sold so favorably it city's- electric current which will be clerk read'a protest from lessees ,real ownership of the land bordering 1- s
i gratifying to those who are quid' ing at the city docks, and the sectionof :was thought every obstacle had been paid for on a sliding scale., r. I, of turpentine'' privileges of the the road should be looked into..
fg the destinies of"*this much needed wall fronting the city property to overcome but' the rains fell and .the I I The contracting,, company intend to Okeechobee Land Company in ,regardto I I In the matter of the proposed
I vie development.. provide' for the increased weight'' of water-rose '' in the I.b till the tint use every means to push the work of Gap Creek road.. They stated that special ro.d.od' bridge, district in
I Of approximately 200 Voters 'who''' the additional foot and a half of dirt. '''survey was "out of sight." ';::|bulkhe.dlnlf..nd as '.oon as .the the right of way had not been granted i which'the Lake Wilson people are so, 1
:TW qualified to'' have >a' voice in.the ,The bulkhead plans include ; the The ',city council, however, revised dredge is'In operation will work I through ,their lands for, this pro deeply interested E. B. Havens appeared .
tter,' ninetyseven cast a vote andy erection of a commercial dock .t'' the their' plans, .nd EngineerMacDon- I three men, running their posed ,road,, and put the commissioners ', In their behalf with a change
twenty-five'of those opposed the '1 foot of. Stewart avenue with a boat ough indicated > a new line which .machinery day and night.. on notice that they objected to from the original plan by which the
age.. Th. remaining 104 are evilly -,,, basin! and'< fishing ;.pier where 'the would reduce the ,acreage'to be' reclaimed I The contracting firm, which has the.the I action of the county ..authorities.B. road would run straight west from ;k
,, satisfied'to.' leave the matter present. city dock, is Located: The to suit the bulkhead funds at, bulkhead in. charge, are well known l H. Guy stated that only seven Shingle Creek to Lake Wilson, and
the hands of the council. block wide strip' of land between hand. This was ratified by the' prop-1(I here. Meson Murphy and Maloneyare saplings would be affected by the from there south' to the Polk county
[The exceedingly';high water of'theat'three 'these streets .is city pro and erty owners at the Saturday election months,t has'been a, God- could easily be made into a handsome and there is nothing now in the way !Just completing the famous "missing i. that the right of. way be condemned be made and bids advertised I ,S,
d.' for it revealed. the fact that the park with a swimming pool fed by of immediate action. {link" in the Dixie Highway The I on the ground that the road .for in order to- arrive at the cost of ,
ter wall and.fill which iwai.estap-) :: the' overflowfrom the reservoir.. It I I I The firm of Murphy Maloney.:A: Lupfers, f.ther..nd eon are thoroughly was i badly needed In order .that he the work After some discussion H,
bed;Ior the ,, bulkhead plans and could be beautified with tree., flow. Lupfer, (S. L. and J. E.) which was acquainted.with business conditions might send his children to school under ., was decided that it would require1
Rations, werenot high enough .ers .and grass, with widening walks awarded the contract when bids were ; In Kissimmee. With the bulk- the compulsory school 1 law. Mr;'''25 per holdersake'
times of excessive rainfall, and and playing fountains, and a music advertised for.,, are ready to sign up head in the hands of these men, there Guy faded to find a. second to his Campbell, Shingle eCr'eeek' '
at some ,change mutt be,made -inplans. : hall could be erected to accommodatethe any time. They have already located can be no doubt of. its ultimate.. success. board advising him- to\WlIson. to-elgn the 'petition"' Comml.
e The' council favored draw- band. their machinery .for the dredge and .) see the parties interested and try to loner E. 1. D. Qverstreet: ':and Mr.
j ,th* line back and raising the lev- Whenlthe bulkhead development is . . .._" '_._'----..-- come to some agreement with'' them... Havens would prepare the petition, '
., and this change .... endorsed by' complete Kissimmee boast of one I J.' S. Cadet, on behalf of E..L. Lesley and circulate''It' around the districtIn
party owners, of, KI..lmmee'S.t-' of the most attractive. water frontsof LOVELY SANFORD MAID DIXIE HIGHWAY SECTION ,, ; asked the board to cut down :Mr.: order to get the sentiment I of the
any inland city in Florida with Lesley's taxes on 6000 head of cattleto people. '
The, bulkhead line will be with- the additional satisfaction that It is half that ,amount, as by actual I I The bids on the .vault furniture*
rawn.lon..n'+ average of< lie. feet likely to become a wonderful' financial WINS KISSIM'EE' MAYOR NOWNEARGOMPLETION countl', the number was only 8490 at were.opened, the successful bidder
hroughout its length and the entire asset. This spot I. .the atrageticcenter the present'date, and this Included being: the Barnard Company 'of.S .
ode and fill raised an additional of the state, and it may not belong the'1919 calves. '. The .board instruct' Louis, represented by 1.. B. Bevis.I .
oot and a half above the first sur-' hence'when it Is .t the head of -Klssimmee's Good ; ed the clerkto take up the matter,I I C. S. Acree, of 'the. Point, complained
water from Central W, J. Steed, popular news- continues to come'relative with and condition of the.detour' .
.ey.JThe: line will follow the old sea'rail. the deep way the tax collector make thenece.aary. about 'the
to"the and Gulf Whew and progressive mayor, became a to the work on the reprehensible .' the
; of the, Cape Breeze Adltion. Florida ocean change. from railroad crossing to>>
bout 600 feet of,this has been'com that becomes established Klsslmmee benedict on' S.turdayt.moon and section of the Dixie Highway which Mr. Mallet, of St.* Cloud, made. a the old OTBerry place and stated
pleted and the base Is' laid for the would be' the' logical distributing took his facinating bride, Miss day1.has caused, so .much unfavorable ad complaint<'''that>the mad -supervisor. that he had been travelling that, road.
emaining 900 feet. This change in point for a large section of the state. erine Ball of Sanf6rd on a ten vertisement'for this part of Florid. 'bad taken 240 cubic yards of dirt 1 1I 1 I I (Continued on Page 10.. ),
West. .1 The first of
honeymoon to Key this week traffic -was I '"
I I The wedding was a quiet one; sol- ,cut off at the county fair grounds,
I [emnlzed at the Episcopal church at the road entering the grounds at 'its
ASES DISPOSED OFN" NO BAND CONCERT I f Sanford and was witnessed by only closest point to Kisslmmee, and leaving MONEY ON PAVING FISH ;CONTINUE BITING
'the immediate relatives of the bride it at the opposite corner and.entering -
and Mrs. W. A. Steed and son Ar- the detour. This.'will cur"off '
;)I COURT PAST W'Kircuit TUESDAY EVENING thur, of this city. The bride was the railroad crossing and,, allow ,the NOTESJS ON HAND L INKISSIMMEEWATERS'rim's
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lovely in a going away suit of blue paving to be done there. :!
J ------ Tricotine with small hat to match, The work has been coming this _l. .
..Court adjourned last Wed- On acount of the absence, of the and carried a shower boejuet of roses way from Campbell station, and is The city council opened bid from pother, fish story which is
dayafternoon,- the following'- band which has been engaged to and lilies of the valley. completed through the swamp, but the banks of Kissimmee Tuesday not: only a fish story but a true one
having been disposed of since the play at Bartow on TuedayArmletine -I,I Mr. and Mrs. Steed left the road cannot be opened, till. it is evening at the regular November as well for the varacity of the telleris "
st issue of the Gazette: Day*-there will be no concert ly for their trip to Immedl.te-I completed in its entirety. meeting; on the $45,000, which rep beyond question.
,/' Civil Case. I here that evening. Manager Shea- taking with them the There I. vet less than half a mile resents the fund from'the sale of, the ? One day this week' several parties
Armour Fertilizer Works v., S. W. rouse states, however that it I. not. many friends not only in. Sanford and to brick. This will be done in possibly street paving notes. ., ' J went out,on",,the ,lake to try their,
nrner. Continued. the Intention of the band to miss a Kissimmee but throughout the state ten days, '''depending upon the I The State Bank of Kissimmee',.was luck and shortly, returned with the
PR. M.' Johnson as Receiver 'ofrst single engagement here this season,I I I I On their return they will make I weather of course then it must stand named as the depository for theNSum.following fine catches .. 1
National Bank! of St. Cloud vs. ''and that the loss of Tuesday even- their home at the Steed residence on another ten days before it is opened. at five and one-eighth, per cent interest I 'Messrs. Lupfer and Sanderson,who,
iil Mach. Continued. .by content of ing's' concert'will. be made up by IIY" Clyde avenue.; :I. If nothing out of the ordinary on daily balances, whUh was were one party, caught'eighteen, fine
rtl... ing one on the Saturday evening. following I L. comes up autos will be rolling over one-eighth per cent higher than the trout the largest ones weighing
'R. M. Johnson Receiver '". A. F.as. instead. I W. H. Ivy, of Frazier, Montana, Osceola's velvet highway within the.bid by the Citizens Bank. eight and six pounds.* .
Continued,. by consent of coun*I The band concerts are proving a arrived in Kissimmee' last Friday next thirty days or less. 'I The money for' the notes was recelvIed : iMessers. Davis and' Louis Schmidt''!
.e1.* ,, I decided attraction for our vl.iton.s and is visiting among his relativesin This stretch of road is being built here last' Friday and the council were anether party bringing hemsan
R. M. Johnson, Receiver, vs. N. F. well as the home folks, Broadway in and around Kissimmee. :Mr. Ivey by the firm of Murphy AY Maloney (notified' Kendrick A: Warren to.: even dozen trout the. largest one
3ass. Continued by consent of coun- the vicinity of the bandstand. being left this section over forty years ago +f or>thj state road department; and, whom the contract for. the paving.,jtipping,the scales- at'' nine..pounds
sel.. ? thronged( with 'people at each pevfertnance. and has made a'success growing eat-]:'must meet the approval of the state"'was let; The'pavia'company have and"others as large'as five pounders..
Armour Fertilizer Works vs. Ar- The music rendered is first tie and farming in the northwest. He i road experts In'every detail., I ten days before, sigum''the contract j Charles Lamb''': and his brother returned '
.'thur,E. Donegan. Continued by' consent -';'''class and reflects great credit ojj the .is getting -. years now, and, It Is said to be pronounced by them if they so ;.desire. from their trip with" a string ?
'.' ,pending settlement 'I memben., .. may decide to bate arid spend the )as 'one --of the. best .bits or, road, in of ten -treat., ,
,. .tinal''. Case z J I'''i ,' o ., r -..-.----, -- ,. 'remainder of his days here. ' 1I Florida., .. j SPECIAL. SERMON FOR I !#. H. Bullock and a party are said
t'tin;;' the case of O. J;' N. Ford, chary Insurance company the court I to have landed fifty .trout In a days' i
!\ .ed with assault with intent ,to rape,IinjureI I directed verdlet ,of not ; iJty. FORMER SERVICE .MEN outing. '
jthe court',.directed ,.' verdict: of' noc Air,the a"other-cases against$ these J J. .Emmett "Brown and who>> r
guilty on 'account of ..faulty. Indict I parties were nolle pressed. ,, :1 WATER-AND LIGHTS WILL ;N; Re'(. J. T. Inner will preach', a.were out on a days' lake trip -caugfcjt '}
lents.. , The three cases against H.. A. BUh-,; special sermon for returned soldiers, a plentiful supply for .a lush "' I y,
,1 The1' defendant"in this case in1' a continued, as also was the sailors and marines at the ''Baptist j!which was eaten on the way ho .
preliminary hearing before County' op were against'E.- O :Minx church next Sunday.morning. j Later In .the wfcek Mr and fudge T. M. Murphy, held on Thurs case-The two cases against; Walter Tracy MORE DECEMBER 1ST This is in accordance with :a' .request -" G.. M.' Shearouse, Miss.Etliyle, Rober-/ S
"ay, under'a new indictment was none pressed. COST. from headquarters of the 'Am son and Messrs. Prator Gilbert,and
and over to the next term of court. were, erican Legion. "* Clyde .Brandon motored to Scrub
'The.case against GustBaisden'was ''The''case against .T Joseph S.< Stratton -Mr. Jenner Is ,ta returned: -chaplainand Slough fora fith.fry.and,caaght by
olle pressed on' motion of the State's 11'.1.0. nolle pressed.1The ;e 1 will doubtless have something interesting -' actual; count,250 trout,'and perch.: ;
found true bill. I. A multiplicity of matters with a mhlmu''cbar.* of On
Lttorney.'la. Grand'Jury a cam.1 Dour. to to the boys. -
say
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the case against ,James//Hall against.(John' J. Padgett continue before the' city 'council at'' ''monthly.per month, meter to <.I a r J Florida is fa.t: >filling\ ,....Ith. Northern .
7111 Drawdy and Denver Bass, staling' and this case was :regular meeting Tuesday evening after I I Sea i. A deposit of Two and One- 'a The tourists are with :111.' tourists., .._
tiarged with procuring, burning to for the term. '__ I: the more. momentous questions I!,applicant Half Dollar for will the b*... required water 'beforewater of all I .- .. "._ ''t ." __. __
:- , were disposed ot, -as the canvassingof I will be cut a.e'1 on, which deposit.
the election returns,- the naming]I,will be'refunded upon the dUcpntlnu- : :
: ', of depository'for, the' street paving anc of, the 'u.. of water less such LUNCH ROOM'FOR SCHOOL -;:,
. RANHOIW; IJNBSltNTYTO : funds and the establishing'of,4 water ';amount water by, a.the may party b* or
and light'rate; commensurate'with; the deposit .All meter. t.ob.lp"t :
cost production.' In at the ex pence of the CItJl" .ana to -
: .. Several of the city offclals asked i b*Sear.the property. A Satiate of the of City.Flften'Cents* ; OPENED 'i LAST WEhSQAY ;
. NEARLY FREE OF CRIME for a slight' raise,,in salaries 'which per kilowatt for aM electrle. current ; : -
is not strange; in view of the high used for light or other witha
,. cast of -1'be. requests'will' be minimum chars of One rleilar. permonth .... .. .. . ,. J I
Udnti. meter te' b* c read monthly. - ,- ;;1"1' ;o JH..i. _,.. 1
U .. acted on next council meeting. Motor b operated at FIT" Cent :
may ,efficient
;; Probably the issue: affecting the per,JC. IV.. or-at a rat o* ''.11 per., H. The -old Baptistchurch'buildingoa''' was the county.agent, of Vo-'
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Ip the Hon. ChasI'::6.'Andrews, Judge"Wot 'placeeihowing'great need;, of renewal people of Kissimmee '''most directly P. per month with a mlnlmsm chars Church street was 4he scene of rreataetlvjtyWednesday lusia, county,t and gave.npthat post- ,
the Seventeenth Circuit ; I' ,of the palat. was'the change in the ratelf' of light of One Dollar per month.. All consumes ,'when the MothJ J tion .to'be near her son, Jrtayor, Steed.'
concluded We also note that the iron picket to' to* charred Fifteen Cent per NeBieBeet '
has club "will Miss
The Grand Jury the realization of Its'long She be.assisted' by'
ers'
.1 saw
and'water; ; which was made', necessary'by K. W; an .to 100 K.-W. and Tn Cent ,
Brestigations.and now begs to remtt fence around the jail stands very the increased cost' of wood per K. W, on excess, over 100' .X. W.a.ed cherished dream ., and the tral-I I and "each'' day bad',member of
:to'the court,, their, generalment pres-! much in need ".painting- ,: the metal labor, and every other .item connected per months' tion of,its montha'.of effort 'for a hot the Mothers'club; will'be'present 'te
'much from Sea'f. A deposit ofT." Dollarswill
showing rust long ex school kiddies wherea aid in serving. On' the opening day
; : """ "- .. with the ,plant.: b* required of all- applicant* for lunch room for j
We'fin J the'county tree"from crime posureto' the 'weathetWe. ; i The ordinance 'as pasiTed provides current before same! will b. furnished satisfactory lurich could be ,served J Mesdames FrTpp. Best,'Griffin, Snod-'
priog' the last .six.months,. except .a . find the'mart hOUie well eared that the rates for water be advancedto which. deposit will be refunded to the at'a eoat''Withln the reach of all. grass and ..Jacksonassisted. ,Mrs..,
Bw matters which we have carefully for by the janitor Mr.'B..... 20 thousand gallons party or parties. entitled thereto .upon Savory'odors' ., bad been:issuingt steecL. .. oil ,
Bnsldeted and disposed of b,.indict- The buildings' Is in general, good con-' with a minimum, charge of,,one dollar -, the mounr discontinuance a*-may ,te of due current.br'such lee partyor uch from the building for'Some.time and MrsJ-L:::'H. iirgram Js 'chairman. of '
Bent or'.dismissals. \ dition. We note with satisfaction' a' month. virtle..' All electric meters to be it .was a long: Une bf InUl&rl'J"children, the .visiting 'committee.as it is. caU..i, f
I We. ', .. .., (avestigat- suitable room has been, provided for I A per flat rate for lights will"be fifteen Installed and the owned by If the City In or. accompanied by; '.their teachers"'; lneome t ed,'.with ,Mws.4-J. Griffin," Mrs. WaWter. ", ,'
acquired by already
City "
P ,the' condition of the. poor farm.mlng the records the former room being cents ,, kilowatt with 'a minimum instances,: that filed.in' in'''or- Mrs.:. Hilton*' and Mrs. Sanderson
it .E' duty,. to' ...' that these entirely Inadequate,for this purpose.: charge per of one dollar i < month' l.t''I:! All 'bill* 'fo."bOth'wat.. and derly rows, immediately'after'the' !l: The< Mothers', Club became, convinced
tsrds of the county: are properly This is an improvement which has The ., $2.50 for per water, and electric current ar.,pa.b... withintea dismissal of school at the noon hour.: some time-ago the-value of p
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Ired for. "*. a, % \'n2 been long needed,and we are pleasedto 910tor; lights,, resnains'' the same. and If day same. ,, after are,not presentation paid In full of uch At the further end .the'room ,on'hot;Inneh.Yor' school'' kiddies,,'who
I We recommend that,, the' buildingi see '.me' has been"add ,to the The, new ,rate >will\ into effect bill -or within ten flay after'' such the'platform were.;the stoves,,'where-could:not i return home for. the'rogue "
given a coat of paint to add to itsfcpearance building.We December first.'' ' go- bill or bill are mailed by- the. waterand the' food.waspre . Then a row lar family meal and for month have,
reoommend that 'driving .<<0" sighs collector, the water and current of., worked..with this in view t A careful '
,and topneervethe build : ', passed oreither; the water orcurrent, of 101lJr'tab) .',where piles plates "I ,
the sidewalks around the court housebe Following: Is ,the, ordinance' as' the ems may .. shall b* cut off and and heaps Of' bread and',butter;1y eonducted publicity;campaign,', by,
Fwe find that'tie screen door to the stopped, as 'same is resulting ta by council: .0,, at. the option of the City without further . sandwicbe.were arranged V \ttheseretaryMn.'W.Fripp. informed ' t

htchen is in'-need, of renewal,' andptber InJury'to, },..tiling on.the 'w lk*. .Air ORDIWAIfCB.,, unpaid notion bill,or and bill.the deducted amount from of the th 'Each person. passed:to ,the.iend of the. people of its value to'the
doors should bar ,! 'some That,if .. nllingb plea deposit-or: depo. 1t..,and-tbe-l>&la_of the- tableand secured 'a"-plate; "cafeteria I|community'and did,much;to pave the' "' '
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ceded repair .,4t4.e3 other-way that a l AIIO..c11a..llee'el..tlb.. 'to the Use' of the deposit.' .If* any refunded,.to the style then ..was served twith 'A way .for lsissue., "V--. V J
recommend\ that bet.r around'the property.' Water and Llg-hts lID, the, City of u. '. -of masked potatoes t Then th.eounty.chool'( board was,
/.We further '- ed Klsslmraer Florida and Retaliating :e4 .: In the !rent that' either. the generous helping I,' '
'supply,.of water be provided for 'We thaaV His Honor,' Judge. 'An- the Payment therefor and Providingthe water or electric current. cut off for over which had ,been poured creamed approached on the(subject agreed -- ..,
lock upon the farm. .The supply! of drews, for' courteous treatment ,.dur., Method of rouIP&'iI\ suchWater nen payment of the bill or bill., a hamburg en."..' Two rolls and cookies ,j I to equip the hot lunch room and '
terfor'' the house Itself we, find lag our 'sessions, and extend to.'him *,And for,and the,.Ulrhts Collection:Water and* to chars cut of Bam ONB In DOLLAR again In will addition be mad.to were added and plenty of lee .tel',will likely' !give ''other aid In'enat it
:grate,' for the'stock' purposes ,the a welcome to, the circuit, wishing hima LlKhtBills. -1 the payment of all Indebtedness to the was'. available.' The ;.children: were ,I.is needed tm it becomes.. n.,established '
tapply. is insufficient. 'This''matter successful 'administration of I the Ba IT'. ORDAINED. B* THB COUNCIL City.and>th* deposit above mentioned. seated on comfortable benches) and institution. , , ,4
b our' judgment can-'be'readily: : and legal affairs 'of the county, .itandinirat That./*''besrlnnlnir- THIS CITY OF and KI88IMMBB Including! : b 1*All made ordinance by the applicant.or part* .cT" ordinance ate from tables where gleaming oilcloth Then, Mrs. 3. Earle'' Lupfer and, a '

Kexpensively' ,.resnedled.x . & all times an citizens ready to aid the. 1st'day of .December.-upon A. D.- 1515 In conflict herewith, be and the served as a'cover and;cut flowers committee of ladies Mrs. Snodgrass.
[.We -.found ,the ..._rat.. .conditions> him and(forward all matters lookingto .tl water ''and' lights furnished the Unanimou.J7'passed- rave a home'touch..- Mrs. J. W.; MUlerdln..J.; : J. Griffin
here excellent,c the inmates well the good government sol proper. Cltlssns,' of nrraa. Klsilnitnee or corporations whether: shall Individuals . 4th day of November In'Open'ee..ionthi. A. t>. Itlf.SEAL At the ,d_ of the near'each'per* Mrs, "' S. ,L.; Lnpfer'",and ,Mrs. ''0. W.
Kred for'and' receiving ; good food administration of the laws : be paid for according .to the amountns4. ,(: ) H. M. BREAKER. son returned his dishes to .the, worktables Best, made arouse to house ands
d larder wen, supplied' and sanitary. We'' depreciate..the. spirit 'of unrest snob amounts to Kb* ascertained President, of Council._. Pro-Tem. for cleaning. to secure,funds for the,first'- monta'a, ,.
btters' la'good shape throughout the country"and\enre all and bymeans at th*of' followln water and.at.-light: *sneters- Attest J K.: OTI.BBRT.- - Clerk.. '' . The cost of the lunch was ten' cents expense as far a. poeeible. It will is estimated be*
the combine to restore the country to pprov.dth4ih and in event any one wished a second that the lunch.room'
I We congratulate the county, on to Section. 1. A flat rat 01'Twenty ; day-of NOY-UU. .
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cents OKU QE&. W. J-OX It''> to be had at the self supporting as soon as I it ises .
let: that: there are at,o1lre..ntu normal condition,* for in ))no way, can per THOUSAND GALLONSforwater w helping was
inmates OH the iarm, ,which prosperity prevail except by the recognition Irrespective. of the ,amount .4T-l, .__uu_ __u_ Mayor same cost Mrs. Steed ''Stated that tabiUhed., This committee" met.witUgratifying -
To. "
Beaks'well for' the- general pr6perB.of.the of constituted authority and OJ 1 -, lets. sweet milk and.buttermilk wou\d\ .,, be soeeeas. '
; \ county and.lta people. : I.. patriotic1 regard for .the government ':Mrs. Nancy Vannev'.and; her-dau-, .BartDryanoftheOiceola: MotorCo. provided-at Ave,eent.-.....-lrt..11 Mrs. S. L., Lupfer. headed 'a com+
and
E We'examined the county'jail-and jwhicfc\ protects-'U -,We-thank. pht r> Mrs..; ,Morton .Gray: and little .,left yesterday on the,;noon train One hundred and fifty pupils :and mlttee with Mrs, Snodgrass Mrs'.
court including for Jacksonville.'' .This trip swan made teachers took.,advantage of the hot W. Maklnson to purchase. the sup'plies -
Bd the same.is in good sanitary conEl the officers of the daughter' Nancy, 'arrivea here fronpi .
for valuable by" the'fact, that Mr Bry" lunch room on IU, opening day and for the room.. ladies are
on' and 'well 'kept generally. Theidding the 'clerk"and the' sheriff Kansas City, Mo, last Monday even- necessary > .
.we. find sufficient ands ianifiWe .aid durlalf'our sessions. lag to 'make' Kltsimmee their future an's orders *for -cars are largely in many' ''w.... their expressions .of heads, of families .nel. practicalhousewives ,
'We now beg to. be ,'discharged.'for home, and are stopping with their excess 'of the number he has been praise- of the -delicious food, 'and ;: They ,visited the merchants :
urge: and recommend that'''. theme the, term . old friendsMr.."and Mrs. Arthur B. able to secure'from factoryand. pleasant' surroandiagav- and reported the utmostcour
be done promptly, that the iron FRED S. GILBERT Green on Mabbette .tree .' Kissim he hoped, the Jacksonville office Mrs.: W. A.' 13tee/'tie 'superintendent -I tesy",and co-operation'' front 'th.gro-of'
most 'welcomes them be able to,help him to;.. : in charge Is,, wonderfull7'ftltted cers and bakers in the matter
fork of the cells of the jail generally! Foremanof: the Grand Jury, mee beartly: might hIs I "
MB given! a''coat of paint for the pre- JOHN'P' 'CARUN.Clerk and..wishes ,them health. ?, wealth and s.n extra supply of flivvers for for thl.'position. She has studied : n'i-a Ft... ;; '
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\ The Knowles G. Otflesby >o ;:American '-are requested.I 'c't,

:: all of'Polk county and frUnds. to join game between the girls of Kissim-1
mee and Summerlin Institute.. High
I them ,in celebrating the greatest, Schools, and a football game between
_ ; and event in the history *of the world. Plant City:' and Bartow, Kisslmmee !
i : :for Children:' November 11th, la l to, be a rod letter,,band will be' here all day to furnish : .
_, date throughout the world for on music* Supper' will be served in army -' _
'that day'the armistice was':,signed style on the Oaks hotel ground,
",, Grown-Ups and the greatest of war, 'cam to an'',at,6:30: at a',normal cost, Take your
_ .. ; end. Not only millions of Americans supper 'with the boys at the mess '
celebrate, but the entire world' will kitchen. At 7:30: the street south of < ':
V," >, : ./ rejoice with us. On that day Bartow, the court I house will be roped off fora :
will turn over the keys of the ,city big street d nce. )
Constipation ,is a condition that has to to the ex-service meg and women and '' The Legion requests that all those 'fi
all roads leading into the city) will who have any kind of patriotic decorations
be'gua'rd d: against from infancy to old welcome you to join ,in the testlvJ$ie..> such as U. S., or Allied ..flU
Caidwell's I All, persons in Polk county who flags; service flags,.colors, etc., pleaseuse ;
; ,age. Dr. Syrup Pepsina combination will,'-are asked' to decorate their cars them to decorate the.cars, homes '

. : of laxative herbs with and join the parade. Yours may bea and business houses; Hang out that .
'simple prize winner for a $75 loving cup 'old flag that has been laid asideand \
and is (will be given to the ieat decoratedcar let's make Old Glory float high in the '.
pepsin, acts easily and naturally as and an appropriate prize goes to breeze, and be generous with our red .:It;

I, arid for children it is effective the next best In the line of march :white and blue colors. Make a joyful -Copi'rlbt.d rJ;
safe
pleasant as
:f .f will be the fire department, Civil War noise and proclaim to the world that ,,
the constitution. veterans, Spanish War veterans, Bartow and Polk county Is 100 per the war-worn world has )
,: .on even strongest World War veterans, Red Cross I cent American. UNTIL its old-time efficiency '
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nurses and Yeomanettes home
Remember this invitation means
guards Red Cross, school and oth you, and if you are not there to en where are the hungering millions of :t,
All Druggists-50 ci:. and $1.00 ers. Everybody, whether membersof .joy the day for yourself you will always 1- Europe and Asia to get enough to ; ':,
any of these organizations or not, regret that you missed the :
is invited to participate in the pa- biggest event ever pulled off in Polk eat? This is our biggest international \'

,_ ;;; A trial bottle can be obtained, free of charge, by writing rade. List your cars early with Bob I Ij county. Come and join heart and problem. To stimulate food ,

, .. . to,Dr. W; B. Caldwell, 457 Washington St., Monticello, Ill. j Hatton, parade chairman. Uniforms soul to help make the day a success. production we offer large 'premiums _ '

for the Best exhibits of farm crops. ; '

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; Editor Valley Gazette: I servant country boy, if able to orient '
t BRINGS SURE RELIEF I As fixed officially by thee U. S.\\himself, that is, fix the points of the Jacksonville Florida .
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Government's Survey of the Valley, I compass wherever he might chanceto .
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Kissimmee's geographical position is be, could by a glance at the sun NOVEMBER 22-29 ,
For tOO years GOLD MIEDAL Haarl.m ule are the remedy you\ need. Take- I'
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", Oil ha na.blcd .uir.rlng humanity to thee or four every day. The healing in lattitude 28 degrees and 18 minutes tell correctly the hour of the day _------ : ., .
at,., 'withstand ttacku of kidney, liver oil soak Into the cell and lining of North, and in longitude 81 "de within 15 minutes of the exact SIMI ---_--_
bladder and stomach trouble and all the klflneyi and drlvee out the potion grees and 23 minutes West. time. But that is A lost art. Many
New and health will follow.
4iMaj connected with the urinary life surely
orcan and to buildup and r *tor e to When your normal vigor ha been r.- The latitude indicates our climatic persons regulate" their daily life by
'liealth orsn .weakened by dl....... stored continue treatment for a. while conditions modified by the ocean on the hands of the clock. Even .when
.. These moat Important organ mutt be to keep yourself In condition and. prevent I the east and by the Gulf on1 the'west, knowing that at certain seasohs of -1
watched because they alter and purify a return of the dlveaae.Uon't ; SPECIAL NOTICE
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and the direction of the the
the rises
the blood: unleei they do their work wait until you are Incapable of by: prevail- year sun at a certain
,. you are doomed. fighting. Start taking QOLJ) MEDAL ing winds as well as by elevation hour they will go into another part
Wearln_.. ateepleeeneM nervouanew Haarlem Oil Capaule today. Your dru-, above tide. All of which gives us''of the house for a glance at the I
e. despondency backache, stomach trouble gist will cheerfully refund your moneyIf cooler weather in summer and milder clock to confirm the hour of :
pain In the loin and lower abdomen you are not aatlifled with reSults.But rising. -+ TO ALL +- f fH.
rravel. difficulty when urination be sure to Jet the original Imported weather in winter than points further 'Just as if there might be a possibility ;
Theumatlam. aolatloa and lumbago GOLD MEDAL and accept no aub.tltutea. north. : that "Old Sol" had forgotten to
all warn you of trouble with your kid- . In three else*. Sealed paokatre The longitude gives! us the true .wind his "Waterbury" before going
.eya. GOLD MEDA Haarlem Oil Cap- *. At all drug tore*. T. ARMINGTON & SONS of Jacksonville .))1
time as indicated by the sun in its |to bed in the west the evening before ,
-. :.', '''''''" '" ........... ," ......... ', course-,.- |and making a.mistake of an hour or
., Standard time Is an arbitrar arrangement two getting up in the east the next 'Florida, carry full and complete Stock of all sizes _.
I by Act of Congress for morning.
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the convenience of travel, transportation -| Our hours of assembly for enter-
I and inter-business to be con- tainment o service is fixed by the Studebaker And Farm Wagon Parts J
ducted with uniformity, as to time. standard time in vogue. In any eventit Wagons J;
Letyourown within certain zones, each intendedto is better to "be ahead 25 minutes :
I I embrace 15 degrees of longitudeof than 35 minutes late. '
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Nets the Varteus. Sin Below and Write for Price:
the earth's surface or one hour of || The further turning ahead one houron '
experience decide- the sun's movement from east to each of the standard meridians 1J4 in. steel axle. 1% in. lire one hone.with body and spring teal
1 west, every degree being equal to 4 during the summer months may I IV4 .". " 2 .

.1' I minutes of time. Hence we "are approximately save daylight and diminish the gas 2,4 .. thimble.. ikein... 1% in... tire.. one.. 'hone.. with.. .. body. .and. spring.. seal.. -
25 minutes ahead of sun and electric lighting bills in some localities 2% .. .. 2. .
I If coffee does hurt :y.our nerves and general time when we turn our clocks to and in certain industrial establishments 2 .. -.. 24 " extra heavy. one hone with.. body and spring seas
Eastern Standard time and 35 minutes but to the majority of 2 .. .. 2 ** ** two 'horse with.. or without body ,
health, try a change to behind the sun when we turn us, who have just so much to be done 2% ". .. J or 4 in. tire two horse.. withor.... withoutbody.. ..
i i them to Central Standard time. In during the waking hours it seems .-. 4Itt.. "
either case we are slaves of the like plumb foolishness. 8'c 1 4 extra heavy two horse with.. or without body

clock. i I Nevertheless, we are made slaves "
When clocks and watches were of the Your patronage solicited and prompt shipment guaranteed '

I POSTUMYou I scarce and money .scarcer anf ob- clock.OLEMAN SANSPUR.

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4 ALL HALLOWE'EN CELEBRATEDBY HALLOWE'EN DANCE' PLEASANTI

HIGH_SCHOOL. I AFFAIR.One H. T. ARMINGTON & SONS

,i i ; will find this cereal drink of delicious I
The Lanier Literary Society was of the pleasantest events of
J i .coffee-like flavor satisfying. to the I hostess Friday evening to the Grady the Hallowe'en celebration was the -S.JACKSONVILLE. FLA. 640 West Adams St
Debating Club and the faculty at the dance given by the Jazz Orchstra at _
.e taste, and a friend to health. Osceola High school building with a the firemen.' hall Friday night. '

i ... social evening that justly celebrated I; The orchestra Included in its personnel ,
Hallowe'en. G. M. Shearouse, Mrs.* Shea- t.o .ooo..o..o.!.....ooo.ooO.tOo.ooooO..O.OO..OfM J
_ f: I :<. Trafy Economical Too Upon the arrival of the (guests they rouse, Prater.. Gilbert and- Clyde
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. were ushered into the building Bran on.
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. : through the fire escapes, and found Quite a crowd'of young people was '
;/;'I i\i&il"\ ::; for' fifteen minutes after boiling\ there not the ordinary familiar first in attendance..jnany of them in pretty $20.FORA.2cSTA.MP, i i
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.1 : floor of the school but a1 bower of costumes, though the affair was
greenery where quantities of bamboo not a masked dance. .
: bqPns.I. and palms 'were massed, and where Delicious fruit punch refreshed the (Automobile Protection )

Hallowe'en suggestions abounded.The dancers and their friends who were '
,1 I.. Two sizes, usually guests were all masked andguessing on-lookers throughout the evening. : :.' J
each -Others' identity- afforded FIRE & THEFT and COLLISION '
premium on $1,000
ip .. : 1d'a15cand25c amusement for the early partof j I- KERAMIC CLUB.
..Q the evening. A prize was awarded I Mrs. W. J. Fripp and Mrs.' S. H. worth of insurance in Kissimmee is $21.00 per year. '
Miss Ethel Johnson for the cleverestgnesser.
Bullock hostesses at the
i M cby! : Posturn, Cereal Company 'meeting;,were of the Keramie: club,regular Thursday Compare with any other More that $20.00 cared by
Therewas sharp rivatery for the
afternoon of, last week and at
Battle Creek.. Michigan: second prize offered for the- most the conclusion of the painting hours writing us direct.. Application blanks on request. '
original but Miss Emily
' co.tum.t they served delicious individual .
pump
,'La. lHII'I Sanderson was the fortunate winner: kin pies with toasted crackers and ,
and received "sure kitten.
S I! . a enough" cheese. These were arranged on
.... The 'usual Halloween whichnever'STOW" ; FLORIDA STATE (
'." __ ; old but have games the'samecharm plates decorated. with suggestions. ofjLallowe'en. AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION

,.' ., Cottfai CMM*GrIp sad ,.". *mUUUXJVSHMKO ,UrarrV rat *)** chill;Tonic with each returning anniversary , ; : '
Fla.
Orlando
oonamfuosis___a. /HitotM vitality/ .Bd Octw by parlfytet and 'entertained the young people!''MOThERS'CLUB :
.-..' Th.. .. e.JF .. --..ion Qiu0 ichM.lbs bk d. Yoaoaln & sacs feel Ms 8tr.ngtW and they bobbed.for'apples enjoyed MEETS 'THIS
B._w.GIO\TI ........_..... ... *. Ia.t ndaa"PrIce M& I the mysteries of the fortune teller AFTERNON. I .
or: shivered at-the chamber 'of: ;bor.J -, .
.'o.'u.. o.., ... .. .,..0. .......,.................,..... ...0..... rors. . ''., V A: meeting! of the Mothers' club .. '
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tick will\be\ held at the home;'of -.Mr. J.
candy. and peanuts' served
were ,
at.,the.conclu.ionf,of bbs fun,," ., '. Earle upfer this afternoon i when 0'., o.'...." ........0.' ....o 0..0.0 '000'.o.. ..'I'
Tax Hotice ,'business ,routine will">"be disposed of "

; ': NOTICE,TO,MILK rATRONS:: .\ and the, unfinished, sewing.eompleted \
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for the box of'clothlng'whlch' 18 to
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To the' milk' patrons) th. HomeDairyr
be sent to the Orphanage at' Jack .
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I son-villa. :: : iia
: I I'take this pian.s/i'notifying our '
, ..... I' j A- large :attendance i* destred.REV. ..
- patron,that the party or parties, cirlcul.tlng.th. :. ftS.'FLOYD

-4 I NOtICE;' is :hereby* ,given that:, [1 I nursing Mr.. 'report Gee,, that made 1,a have mistake.been .,.. J., 'C. MASSEEtALLED' , .

WbU.'I'h.ve never,refused tot\do an 'TO: BROOKLYN. }:TEMPLE. . ' ,
: the 'iax"booksof."Osceola'Couri- -errand for them, in the way of get : : .
", ,: . ting groceries medicine: ,. I'have,in :Rev. Dr./J.:-C. Massee; for the' past .1 -
: 'no .way-waited on Mr'Geer, or)been six yeara pastor of, the First Baptist 'r, a. ,
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; ty' will .open on ,November:' first I Ii' j. in the house to:do'' anythtng'at'. any church of this city has' received a :. j" i
J time, and from now will not,'even call to ,the ''p.ator.teJ'ot >BroOkI1llTemplel' ;
-on1. Groceries .
-i'; : for ,the, .'year ;1949.: I am now ,go there.at >alL' *: ; ;, , Brooklyn-. .Massee has ::1 ", ." and ,,
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: I :Mra.:Geer gets her milk from':Mrs. 'under,consideration. ..' '

\\ .,ready; to furnish" tax .estim Zelgler and does all the nursing' )herr ., Dr., Massee '.,came 'to ..the, local -'11".l.", \ . ..-. .7" --. ._ -- ..
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: Ic; : ..elf.URS.a...''A.' WALLER. f: from: Chattanooga, .: :''i'. t" .
'*, "*' ;:.. / .47-4t-pd. where he'was for aeveral jeers pastor \ '... .
discount: of 2 ,cent will be, I. : ok 'the 'Firat.Baptist 7 church of : .... I'J' .. .
'fe '! ; :)per .. I .- *I' ;>:::.y. ".FsJi'Meats: \
v HALLOWE'EN th.t'eity. His pastorate here.has met ,
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.j , PARTY FORV' with unbounded success and the-.call ,"r'.. f,
.allowed all < ) 1 _- 1
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:i'. on. 'paidduring : -., I. 'SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASES from, the Temple., the largest Baptist. 'if' f>,1'I '?
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church ,in Brooklyn 'and ones of the I ,
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:: ,: :.the,.month..,of, November: In Bass Misses entertained Lola Lawfer'and their-Sunday school Helen foremost'of his in high the country standing,'Iia, the recognition min- :,"j, -,.,.''it" '' ' ' 'fj..7,

$' this ..office' : ,clasaei of the M. E. church\ -Friday istry,of .hi" church in. the', United :
C ;writing, : .always ,give.description church evening'bungalow.with a merry party *at 'the States.,,'The' Brooklyn church' ,has, amembership'of \I! .PKone176. 302 Broadvay'L. ] {
2300. : ,
of; your property) I ''The rooms were gay with. Halloween Dr. Mama is absent from the city, Ir. ..
,0 decorations and the young people being in attendance at:a convention I "
,' an4CI s postage : came masked in pretty or grote.- of the Baptists of,West Virginia being !I
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; .'h que' costumes. held ',In' Nothing -
Huntington.
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.' '"., : : A r'H, f "" '. I The usual games appropriate to definite concerning his acceptance of ..0'0.. 0 o .. ..o .. ...o .0........0..0 O .tOt 0 ti".-; .. ...
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", -C.L.B&NDY< .ocasion amused the guests and will be made known .
; :ifc\ i y refreshments the Brooklyn call -- '-----' ------.---------.-----_ ._, t i'"
of apples, -peanuts and until his, return, to, the .clty, late in -- -- -- ,
':'P: V. '"Tax Collector. 11)Ibp'>About corn were served.. )>>.? ..v, the-weeky--Daytont: ((0.-;News; J.890i'- STILL- DOING BUSINESS .. .(
thirty little folk. enjoyed H\ Mr.Masseeis- '' of : 101 '
:', '. : 1 ,r' this pleasant fl a pastor ,/lUp..! rdtn, and satliisd/ CUItoCIarII who . I
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*' .- ." .. .- ..,.. .'\ . _,Il' the has;.:a Kisgimmee large circle.Baptist of friends church and\ and relatives' %-' yes,a.fMr ys.s.. who always gladly -.d _"oed'aood._renlll to..L..iJ_: "" I

: . .. . Mrs. ,W. k ..htime. 1.' 'MIahbon' AN cw best adv.assp Our JIrica "T .' '
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.' r' S. Sanderson 0' ., here who .will rejoice to learnof .. but whera QOAIJTV.1j not &1 }'S.
.. .. , returned-to her home this morn- ,thev:eminence he has .ttaine, "'in , '1lowsm.' _swtce 1101'-.ad order eaneidcN4. i.y_ too hi ah. WriwJ "
{? I tog after"spending-, the week'' end in hi ,>igh, calling.$ ,V ... T" 1 i: ..:.!.F TlUZEll&. 'NSECT'ClDU.SPAA and .I'OUl.rr:;;, rf; '' i.

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I' When the first German,,,i-gun', was, 1d'inl' In th* land 'of sunihlne and
flrd the Tampa,cigar ,factories shutdown towers by some good, intelligent and ,
ft&wNi o phosphate mine, 'sawmilis; Industrious farmers. And. in a very
naval storei; shipping and most short time thousand of famllle .. ). i,
I o freight service stopped short.. Everyman 'could '!lot. only b* benefltting themselves r :&zjj &
[Shooting wIi:: : who could rush to trucking and financially and otherwise, but

i!the product* of the war' garden soon also contributing to the:tralnloada of Z Jl 1Ii
it,flooded th*. already congested mark I food sent' to,the frozen North to.re- i CIGARETTES 'rr
t''ete.. Last season/ "presto1 lieve th* situation there.
Her was the shipbuilding ch.nlr..1( Last season many truckers made F
Inducing wages, and, th.' ,$50 per. day and they did not have
who had not already lefttried to getaway to profiteer and their products'were
fromthefarms., sought after by. buyers. '
-There can be argument but that:I' Conditions assure''' Florida of. thevary Cigarettes made to;>>
to reduce the high cost of living, best and most profitable mark -
there must be more produced. Especially eta for the coming year, and Indications meet taste! J
LBUCKMASTER Is this true .of eatables I are that it will"continue, Indefi your 111
You write 'a letter saying that 'appies nitely. "Strawberry shortcakefor

have, been sold for $80,000 .by your Christma! dinner and new cabbage ', Camels,, are offered you as a cigarette entirely II ,
one grower, but It takes years to pro green peas;. {omatoes', ''cucum I''!I .
flavor'a1'1d
:: of the I
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; out ordinary smoothness
KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPATH duce'' apples. One small communitynear [bers,' green beans and anything. '1'1' .
.Tampa sold $4,600,000. worth 'of see in the best seed "catalogs' you 41 never before .attained.. To best realize theirqual, I'i'''Ill;' II

vegetables,. selling and IOQP,000 raised some worth fruit of besides oranges - could ing snowballs.have' while Yes you, -have you been can have eat. ?-.. sty compare-Camels ,with any cigarette in ,:!III 1: 'III" :I'Ir'gtd ':'

) -' and grapefruit. One man who fried chicken, eggs, fresh pork: or A p : 1 t {world. at any price d ILj: "I '"' i iT
was working by the month quit rent- smoked and plenty of milk and but- ., I :1 I III'I"
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STATE) BANK BUILDING ed eight acres and went to trucking./ I ter. You can beat old) "H. C. L." a '. 0 Camels- flavor:,is so refreshing, so enticing, it-will ''Its5' !! "; '

.pipnc No. 162 He months.sold. over His'$10,000 first acre worth of head in, eight let- [,city Oysters block fish by, rabbits producing and your quail own.are >t win you at once-it is so new and unusual. That'sl'; 1 .;' l'';, '

tuce ninety' dave after planting' the plentiful for the getting. ;1 : I I I I i I :! what Camels expert blend of ch Turkish. and, II ili I t tII
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seed, netted him 1900. Anotherman I Please remember that there Js no I I I ij
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' I' J:.. choice Domestic tobacco gives your. You'll prefer: 111 II III : .
claims that in 100 days he sold central state that has as little malaria II I ;:, I .
;' ,DR. C., E. DUNAWAY. off of ten acre $50.000 worthr-alMn-.ns-Florida, ; that; the summers near : I '.. II I I' I this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! ? '' ,:
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Ill:; PKyslclsn and ,Surgeon. less than nine months from planting Tampa are never hot. It seldom getting II I I'M''M'Ml ,U I III1 l It ., 'nilCaowfo
the first seed. No voId fields oil 00 here, and halt 'I I I li,
nor above never I As you smoke Camels, youll note absence of :[ ;
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?: .Office Over Post Office. wells ever produced anything like been above 97 in thirtv-teven years' l Is I '11
record. Tampa has the United State : 'any'.unpleasant cigaretty' aftertaste, or any jun-. iI::11.i! \ "
PHONES this.There I' I
:; are many ten-acre and larger record of being the healthiest. city! In II I I I : I ..I pleasant clgaretty' O .And, you' delighted II''' !
([Office, 40. Residence,. 114. tracts to be, bought or rented in America. Tamoa Is ,the only seaportin ..I I I i iI

n-8t.-pd. Florida that would make money the world that has note had a ft.orm' Sol I ..q II'd,' I I I I .I ,I II,I Iii I'L II I, :..P i I/!
from the start and be ready to relieve in eighty years.- AKERMA the market in sixty days after Tampa, In, Manufacturers Record. '
KRIBB3 A. i I ;
W. 3. STEED j _". Wfl II Ii I III', I Ill! II"II Take Camels at any angle:-they surely supply' : ii iiI"

ft.r.e7a as, AKERMAN..* ....*AND!.*. ..STEED Law.K.l HUGE SURPLUS OF FOOD I"" ", -I : experienced ,beyond anything you 'ever I ii'I!' i!: I III '

___ FI.rI. I II; ., They're a cigarette revelation! Iqi;ll 'Inh. ,

1 ._"1_ !. mil State ..* 11.lt. IN U. S. SAYS HOOVERWashington II ldl'', II. I II You do not.,miss coupons; premiums or gifts.You'll .- ''II l-! Il '''I I
h. .
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III prefer Camels quality! II i
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Oct. 29.-Sixteen: to "Sugar consumption in the United 'I I II
W..B. CRAWFORD twenty million tons of food more than States has increased, apparently because II'I V II "' '" '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW hi necessary for American conlump- the country has gone 'dry,'' I i II I >j-' \- I, I'I'I
tion will yield from this year's said Mr. Hoover. "The 'I I 'I I . ....... :
1 crop present consumDtion LEI : f *oW v/? tit feimntMcofly+ -alarf peek '' f. ., I
fflees: 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizens Herbert Hover, former food administrator of ninety-three pounds per I II'' I ', a 11II II; Ihl hl, I ; ', -.of 30 t'trftt. ..or(M_h/.. \30O ratfaraMM) ta.' ' I: '
told a house war investigating capita a year is the greatest in the I , iII ;I tlmttlnm-tafmt rnonnd ..._. w. ttmiftr raoomawMfM II II ijl ijlI'I'' '
y Bank Building committee today. He said the history of the country. ''I II II I I III I IIIIII I .oarto A rojn of oMoemtpptymf w__''''''.,{ Ii 11'I' '

nee. : ": : : Florid continuing high retail prices were "The shortage is npt large" e con :: I '. I IL..1. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO Wiwto! S. m'M.. : :! I'I I'III'I ', / :
due largely to the appalling bent of tinued. "The- equalization board has I [ 1"II, bl '' 'I '
the public to expensive things. stated that for and December III'l I '
DR. R. J. DENNING I Thousands} of buy people In anticipation the supply November will be greater, !I ; IL 11I( l; h,; I; .I I'I .i'I'i'l'''' ', I I'I' I! I II; p r d l III' I I,it glu'll'I I '''',; !''' I qpl'!u'' ,., h'ail!',pV W'fl'I'I', i' ll' I I, 'I I, I I! ,
I .ill I'( 'I
VI'Successor.: to DENTIST.Dr. W. W. Carson. also of were a big blamed demand by Mr.from Hoover Germany for, than in in the consumption past years leaves, but a the minor increase I ,Ili'' III III Pp L dl,IiP, pI'l' "u.l' l l, r, "; 'I I''. I it II,i ,''9 ll I it I! I' [ ,' "! L ,I I, I l, 1 I I 1 I I LL I ,IIII I I l,,I u Ih 11,,ll,I., ail I, ,.11'1 i , +,II 11 I 1

r Over. the Postoffice. advancing crices. He said large shortage. To meet all demands wo
stocks were accumulated by the will have to get more than half the
JOB HOURS: t to 11:10.: l.'SO: to i. trade on the assumption that export Cuban crop." The Methodists have always been

Office Phone 158. trade with Germany would be openedsoon The committee was told that the noted for a wide-open system, the
r ww """"*"* "*" after ,the signing of the armis international relief commission, of spectacular class of football that always -I
Lice."Instead which Mr. Hoover was chairman, had proves interesting and pitted
LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW I of buying: the Germans bought only 300,000 pounds of sugar against Stetson, a team of its own
I tightened up their belts," he said. in this country and this was used to weight, the Blue and White is expected -
j| Discussing the pending coldstor- feed "3,000,000 sub-normal, undernourishel to rely heavily on the overhead .
age law limiting the storage of food children," in Europe. attack. R1'GLElfS
Waring Building. products to one year, Mr. Hoover' -- But little word' comes from the .
said he did not think the law ericom- I No More Sugar Out of Canada. Hatter camp where an aggregationof
passed the critical point of permit- Ottawa, Oct. 29.-All contracts for gridiron class is busy every-afternoon '
T.. .JC Iuwtoa 0. P. OarreM ting a cold storage receipt from being the shipment of sugar to the United working out. The Green and ,
JOHNSTON GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW used "as a speculative docu- .States were' cancelled today by the White, will have something new and I :r! r' 1
". ment. adding to the price every timeit Canadian Trade Comimsaion and no the coaching staff there probably will I r
changes hands. more licenses for which exportationswill be prepared to fight Southern with package'before
om lee* 10 11 and 12 Citlsena Baas May Ration Sugar to Manufacturers be issued. The export of sugar the brand of fire it brings. c a .
Building I| Rationing; of sugar to manufactur at border points which has been per- Anyway it looks like a huge battle, 5

,,\ .. ID..mlll.. .., $ ers of candy, soft drinks and the like mitted to some extent: has also been and a spectacular one. the war
soon is to be suggested by the sugar stopped. I
equalization board house war in- Canada is one of the best situated MIAMI'LABOR UNIONS ,VOTE
' vestirating Jommittee was told by countries in the world in respect to
Mr., Hoover. This step by the board, sugar, it-was said at the offices of FOR GENERAL WALKOUT
Mr. Hoover'laid resulted'' from the the commission as'the supply is sufficient -1- -

PilE JIIEII fact that raw sugar has risen beyond for domestic use provided :Miami, Nov. 4.-Vote of labor unions
ffiflRSOX. where it can. be bought advantage there are no strikes in the in. counted last night showed that 1 i r.
oualy for the housewife dustry tor transportation tieups. Canadians more '''than .90 per,cent of Miami unIon V '' : ; WBC ,
\ Mr. Hoovet appeared before the have. advised the governmentthat men are in favor of a general; r C
committee, in connection with the! the needs for 1920 appeared to strike to uphold the principal the
1 SELLS ,.raleof22,000,000( pounds 'Of' sugar to be well covered in regard to raw materiaL closed shop, and the .strike committee ;', .

,:' France. .... . set next Monday a. the day for a :V :,,:
- - - - --- --- ---- - -- - - - - --- - -
walkout. More than 8,600 ;
I;Fire' Life Accident and 'PRI'CE .union general men will be affected by strike ;
OP SUGAR MAY GO 1500 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK[ .
worth packager4OW ; -
order?, and two million dollars a : -:
|' TO TWENTY CENTS A POUND 'I EXPECTED AT STATE FAIR
of building held up, including a nun 5' Lia-bility hotels and apartment ,
ber of large : "
!i Jacksonville Fla. Less .
a As a war measure, for.the purposeof Oct. 28.- houses intended for wintertourists '
"war emergencies, and with theo than a month distant the Florida business' .), .
3 : Bond 'Executed intent of meeting as far as State Fair.& Exposition, for the'1919 Will, Mean Camplet .Tie-Up.'' ,eo ' a ,
;.Lefal .the ,shortage of sugar, and bring season, is rapidly getting into shape Miami,'Fla., No. *.-The atrike;;order I .
about an even' distribution of the and is ping promise df not only being include nearly every traderep- < <
Same Day Needed.J the greatest fair ever produced Ina r
sugar that is available our own resented 'In Miami, and will result THE .
government: formed ,the Sugar Equalization -, In Florida but one of the largest and complete tie-upnotonly of,build FLAVOR LASTS .
Board, and provided it with best ever assembled in the South', ing'operators but the ,.shutting'down ., ... ,
: OFFICE:: ,SUU .,Buk''Balldii' large capital. ,,"' More than fifteen(': hundred'bead of of 'tbe';eleetric,, light, water and gas /' ,' ,t
;,. I'I vThi Board purchased he entire livestock 'will! be exhibited af the plants. -*These unions''are ordered,to I ,:
o : THEPRCEe ( :
, "all Cuban of the sugar American crop, and refiners furnished at 'uni it to fair ever held forming in the the South.largest..,Without cattle show ex. [quit l, work next,Monday., v. ,.. ... . ..: ,SQ, ',DOES: ..

". form price of 7.28 'per, 100 pounds,' caption this show will be the mo.t'attractive A., WADE, CAPT. DF POLICE, '
'Co I.f.duty paid with the understand : ever produced In 'any.'Southern ,
x'f+ THOMPSONuneral Iing that the' whit. sugarbe sold at or Southeastern state and will ,A,:C. L,_LOCATES HERE ,
,' nine cents pound, wholesale,'within draw attendance ,from a wide terri- I' .t.tv" II '
the United States.I tory. Florida, ''it I I. assured will'Teap A. 'Wade. "of'' Birmingham, 'who Is :", .
) t Director of 'for the A. C. -L. ,
police
J J,| Cuban sugar I loathe dominating factor a' great, benefit from this feature, of captain ,
in American.agar markets, and the fair as breeders and others Interested ' railroad, was,nl the city on Wednesday '
of' hf. week'looking over the situation'
'
'j for this reason fine granulated sugar In, the liv* stock industry
!
.
AND : with,, regard to hit ,
has remained Stationary at' nine (will come here from practically-every bring .
.lICENSfD' '';.cents,.whole..le, .., .tat* to view' ,the exhibits, thle",de- .i,family here and. *
CMBALMER The, '' Equalization Board, partment. headquarters
Sugar'
In department \\hJ. Wade' busineas' takes'him
Premiums the live.toCK ;
being: strictly: ;; a war measure, its '
''r' the line from Jacksonville -
company's
[ along
alone total *1 ,000 < while the
'IteWu' AT... activities .holldz.&nd probably will, ; and out along the
Bton to-Tempo'
/ an1 ,
.chrl '' terminate -in .beeemberl and ,the : total cash pric.list: for this year'sfair' mdanford
-
is .30.000..ln lu.lv. of special,side lines fro /:: ,'
JDaalmme*. Fla. natural law of "supply and demand" ; "
.. ..
; in the show'which will etc.
will. again''control the distribution of prizes poultry Kl..lmme.\l
includes
> I Whilehis work
be another' bfif fair feature.Work J ::
the world's, sugar product. 1 .
that,Ss Implied, by the
;
it has been going on at' the
From the fact stated Isapparent : -
of ", fc will make special effort -
fair grounds tor 'more than three police *
that when the Eqaalizaition '
Sugar.
I: '
this to ferret and bring
M., 'TILLER'I. months in for the season
'
._ : I Board ceases to' function, the fair and the'' principal .exhibit': buildings .. to ''ju.tice'' the wily,pick' pockets who
,
this
price of sugar in country will ap traveler of. :,their
Estate have been -increased In'' capacity.The relieve trusting e
Real .Agency.T proximate that of Europe and we ,
t Mr. Wade was so pleased with Kiswads. -
cattle_barns and,.the.twin*, barns '
reasonable at '
may expect. to.p.y.; *- . -- -" --- ,
MMBMM. raMa MMnM MMMMn have been added to to give-accommo -, :::, ,
least 20 'cent a pound for sugar simmer that'. he leaded a'.,boos*. and
Hooo >> sold.. dations for a 50 cent Increase in ,
with a cone.pond'nlr'' Increa.: .,, In -the per
.a.nt..dw will move his family here as, sooar a.po..ible"I' *
the of
number" exhibits' thowing'at
.H cost>of: out canned goods,'as "wellas, .
last year's fair and It has been''found ; .
Taxes and Titles' TriBd of ,the ,numerous manufactured food .. '. ,
,: paid .and in which necessary to make provision to handle : .
' products .beverage. :
for'Boa-resident*. .upr.fa used.As' .- ;..' ,,, ; more cattle than even.this increase : ,'' ...
s.i' can car for.; ,Two immense tents are IZER.: .
Firs Uf and Aeciieaf cane"yrap can' replace''angirto ,
; , and 1ST '
y some extent, In the preparation of being erected for.. this purpose "
""ItIIIUtCto' "' : 'I' our foods, standardized can. syrup dry stalls ,are J being;, built' 'for the' "exhibits. Key 0. B. Falli: who; 'is district(

Indemnity. .,-, --..Bonds.,- "!"" production:, in American sugarcane .; _ ,, '' organizer for ,the Baptist75; Million
: belt will undoubtedly be a profitable SOUTHERN'ANDSTETSON, Dollar ,,campaign for this 'section of
business for\ many .years 'to Florida,' was ,home for few days
EASTERN START' come. -C.' Lyman Spence in' Florida .TO',',MEET ,-IN TAMPA ,NOV. 8 this week. ? .... .. :. T FOR SALE
,ORDER -OF -, Planter. _-. ;" v \ \ ;:"f'J. ; ; l( Ant .KeY. Falls.says'th', :
,--' :' ,.T impa,.Fla., Oct.: i'For'' ,the showing every -.yld nee .'< of s being '*

I""? KIiR..*.,''Chapter:Mow.. ..Z., ,,If yon,,ban ,anythng.to veil, trade time, since the pre-war days'Stetson's thorough success" in fact "everythingis nwrw Lot 'No.' ,18 "Woodill'Subdivision'
and white and Southern'sblue'and ,
'
green going fine he \ '
say r :
'
feet tnd :and '4tla Thursday* s'lo P.' a. or txbhang,try our..classified' column. white"will 'lie 'for gridiron Rev.' rails is responsible :for,''''th of 'Lot'No: 6ot: the'l': L. A I ,r.

m, Prat.raJtBan.. Broadway. It brine reanlta.' supremacy and again Tampa' I* stag machinery a large territory for he wltbroangalow-'thereon. eject- ,
Marlon IJaI'S.IIt.! W."K.' dittrlct.-He 0Mi cod, '
'football .
y \11'" IDg the pm. for Florida : has eight counties In. his : SOI -
i
Ifla XUsabetb/ X>on. ;....- I..,-.. No Werms l 1st a tleesthr: CIaII4 fan*and offering one of the'best at- if scheduled to speak at Trilby*:Friday tA1.r.aouR.'. ." ed,,at a'saerific*., -
( Afl chMnB'ttMbM wkk VM Uv* aaaa, tractions: of the football season; Th o and' Saturday at the-Pasco Association. '
,'..:CIIIIIiIW not ass lid""'t.t .till llMma..N ..... eok ,wklek l.......Soot MM>..aM a*anIe. game will be 'played Saturady,N.v.8. and will' be' In Mulberry; A.J. HENRY -
.... ... ....._. _...tmU.e.a d.1; .AZL.r2yla011000 .,,_I. sass ..1.. .1..eh'4l.lrrh.o.a. '.Southern ,with two1 victories over I and Bartow Sunday. '; MAXWELL HOUSE ', ., ,
Jt.._tMa.u..r.'t GROVE TASTELBS: rtHTntriTsli.aeaa.1s the fast Carlstrom eleven-to its credit .. ;' "
r
... .- aoe e.a..r.o.e.w -f lortv.erllm. ...... will -'d the bh..*. haawr 'ttu. ; Whl.rspe. FB'ldgy
L.inKath.rine Carr who Is I tag :
.. has the 'with Florida thisSaturday a ,
1 1 L h..d. __-.r..u amasslot ..-W.......W_.a 0-.1...... : game :COFFEE -
:\ S..lgam..t .. w. o&OV& sea .....T...... tIIe..... 11_wlbu.... -for-a. real .show down and school at Or. ". .. f IILADBLPfI. -. PA.
..*r.......U.....,aa4 tile CkM" ke then- Coach Fulton will ''start. his;,'laDdo.th..k..ncI: guest. at "the .. .. ' .. ,

'\\C",: .. " 'wsUenti' are ,CO mIi' ,r preset h.a.h PIM1.ss.'t.1. Mw1.n1.! .I preparations, for-' the. /.big'n game: ,(lianaI I,H.' Stanford. horn 1 +

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: J Examples ,Of Thrift Of. ,- f "I ' WHY DON'T VOlt' eo;, ,
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JI'OUND-OD. mall black .. mule
nor
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1sy-;:- .... about tan years old. Owner can ''I..r'' ; '' i
IU '\0': of Lasaens Perfection Flour; .the'Jbest Fl s
andp.fnlf sack
Rural .me by proving property and get a
Community Boys
I I for thf i hdon't
W. D R..HI..t.- r: fB. / and If l.i .
"..,w O. ,Va_*, A...w,'r__aryka l I W. Miller. (7tt'1FOR world. Everybody Is D.hac.lt_ Use aD yon/'irant,, ,you! My: :
......-. .. + ' law II
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R ;fe RENT i rooms and bath; fur. ; like It, It will not coat you a cent / ,
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niched apartment*,, ( room flat notrurnlehtd.
.. rl..... Mat*.
One Copy On. T.ar...__.,.._....'I.IIO J. M. Wlfl.on. 47-tt.
On Copy. 81* MonthOn *-.,,'*.,..,._ Lee '' .. These Prices-Are' For Cash Strictly, s'
Copy, Three Months...._....' .10 FOR Lake IIALm--thr.! Street at 1J50.00 room each hou F Rent.on s'd

Inr for 91,00 per month J. M. d
All' comnMinlcatlons; except ''fromouruthorlssd Will.LOST8tring --

I : /1a ned' by the correspondents writer. must b. on Peaches, heavy ..syrup. No. 1 .29 6 bars Octagon Soap.....*, .stf: ,

}, Anton Rejected called matter for. N will not b* returned, returned to of Mr, gold. E.brad I.. Lesley. RewardIf 47tf Peaches, heavy syrup, No.. 2 .39. 6'b.r.. p &. G.: So*?....,..., ,.50\' .I

it! 6 bars Naptha Soap:: ....... .60 '
d t .. (Entered In th.Po.toffceatKI..Im" I tea : FOR SALE!-Three two year old h1f. Apricots No.2..w. I__-'______ 24
and old two 11 bars Export Soa (.._ .,60 ,
'' "' xne, Florida, a* aecond-class matter.) derU on. two year steer ?? -. i t
yearling heifer and one yearllrm Irish Potatoes, 15 Ibs______ .65 11 pkgs. Grandma's Wash., $
'
teen These
rattle are from "rood
.FRIDAY, -NOVEMBER 7, 1919 .Jersey cow. Henry Gatlifr' corner Alliance Coffee, lb can_____ .35 ing Powder ..-._..,?.-.'_ .60 '
c Southern and Kentucky: Ave.. 8t r
j Thanksgiving turkey is, now In Cloud Fla, 47-It-pd Armours Coffee, lb can._--_ .40 11 .pkgs. Light House ...... .,60

.all'ht.: -- : 4 FOR BALE-Cabbage plate*, 12.50 per White House Coffee, lb can. .54 Honey Boy S. Rising, 24-lbe'180';, '
thousand. A. L. King:, Klsslirm Lady Clair, S. Rising 24-Ibs 1.10'
Just a suggestion of coolness: in. Fla. -4e u. Senate Coffee Ib can____--_ .54 Shot Self RI.lnl'1.1IJ. i
Snap .
,the, air. FOR SALE grounds-Seven, with roomed trees bungalow.large and. Hudnuts Meal, 5 Ibs________ .25 Gold Medal Pan Cake Flour:i .10

J, 1, Not much 'fun in Hallowe'en 'since shrubs.' Apply aOJ Mabbett St., orBrigg. Hudnuts Grits, 5 Ibs____::_- .25 Oats, 100 Ibs ___________.- 8.30
' fe* Photo Studio.'
; n ; gates ,have gone out of fashion. 2 cans Pork & Beans, No. 2.. 25 Shorts, 100 lbs ,,_-________- 8.80
WANTED-To correspond with lady
ki .Once the'' qualified voters 8t or 40., with view of rnarrlaara.. Amwidower 2 cans French Mustard_____ .25
haTe endorsed the bulkhead proposition a 4* year old. C. C. Strlck- Beans._ .25 DRUGS.
P 1 ler. Lock Box. 666.. Waycros. Qa. 8 cans No 2 String t
: t 464t.pdFOR 8 packages Gold Dust__-.__ '.24 Turpentine, per bottle ..____ '.10 a

ft.. Money'for the street is now SALE-On. .et slnirle harness 2 pounds Navy Beans____-- .25 Camphor, per bottle __1.___ .25

.' available, and the city's 7'missing and trade.good M. D.pBaeton.Alexander.Will sell 45-tf.or 1 pound Cowpeas ___.__.... .09 Castoria, per bottle ._______. .30'

; ,links". will soon be no more. Kerosene Oil, gallon Uu___ .20 Sulphur, per pkg. ______:.__. .05 .

' FOR SALE-Five room bungalow" with Oat Meal, package uu .12 Epsom Salts, per pkg.......* .05' ;I
This Is the month to be truly bath, front and back
porch
. .. thankful, ,with :Armistice Day and back. Fin location. ; No.garageon 8Urack Macaroni, .8 packages ._____ .25 Vaseline, per bottle ........ .0S

{ the annual turkey feast both in. sight. Cash. St.Address B.rg.ln..tf00.Otis Stevens, .Orlando $800 Spaghetti, 3 packages _____ .25 Machine Oil, per bottle_____ .20 e

,: Fla 46-41. Lard, per pound _____uuu .30 Sweet Oil, per bottle___--__ .14
Talk about efficiency-it took the
White Bacon best lb.._ .30 Carbolic Acid bottle
first woman jury in Kalamazoo, FARMERS-Send today for a 'freesample per per __-- .14

3- Mich., just twenty minutes to reach and Stockman copy of, p the l.t 'd'ldtFIj Picnic Ham' per lb. uuu" .26 Sweet Spirits Niter, bottle.. .14

a decision it is said. mYr +p r sonville. Tell about livestock rale- f
Ing, dairying, poultry citrus fruit
i l '. Just one year ago' flu epidemic and trucking weekly at ".00 per I
".ar-thr. reari for .00. Only CASH
had CUT PRICE GROCERYPhone
Sadtun its course, schools re- ( .. general farming paperIn
'/ .umed their work, and the public the slat Write today, ,
meetings were again permitted. t
I 141 422
Broadway
WANTED-Woman for general housework .
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Y'' Manatee need have little 8 a. m. to'I. p. m. Wag..6a .
4 county week. Apply to Mrs. Hilton\ Pled QUICK SALES AND SMALLTROFITSOut
fear of the continued shortage in ger. 44-tf.
of Town Order Given Attention.
sweetness when apiarists are plan Prompt

it zinc to ship honey in car load lots. DWELLINGS TIII..r.poon for rent. Apply to M


The first edition of the Utolakean, RENT-Two room apartmentwith Everybody Who is Anybody Advertises Their "Want in The Valley:; Gazette 1
the high school paper, has made its bath and screened porch, 116 ::
appearance. It is a spicy little sheet per month; three room arnrtm..nt. _
r with plenty of school news; 124; four room apartment. ,
j lle.s.nt- frle room, $9 per month. This
ly mingled with fun an includes water and llorhts. House:
t credit on the cleverness of the editorial pleasant. close In. modern. Mrs.. E. IWLl I

, staff.' ,- .. 6. Wells, 116 Mabbett St. ttf.. +rt+, .' 1
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One of the latest ventures in Florida Top-Joe Stone, Jackson County, Georgia boy who won a free trip to FOR BALK-Elrnty acre: 11 a rr.., I I,

journalism in the Central I Florida Washington by his thrift In handling an acre of corn. H* Is shown hr cleared bearing and...anll'under. grove fence; 1.000: t acre worthof In N+ i:

6i' ,,1 Mews, which appeared for the first up to his neck In wheat.. Bottom left-L mar Mills, Fulton County, cypress timber on tract; four- -1

time at Haines City column last week. It Is G.orgla, boy, who :mad a nt profit of 1174.17 on one pig. Bottom right- bead room of houae cattle and and kitchen.a rood bunch Also 10 of s, f.y
six four
t a bright newsy pager Thrifty Southern" boy selecting ed corn. range" hoar looaa no the ranee
taper with M. J. Lee as editor. Farming tools and Implement Located r .
"( lIalnea City now has two papers, the These three pictures illustrate one phase of the national movement to perpetuate near Kenanavllle. Price Sl.ttO

L 1 one mentioned above, and the Herald the lessons of thrift Impressed upon the American people by the H.half Guy cash, Kenanavllle., balance term Fla.to Butt.It-tf R o

'which .is going a little strong for a emergency of the great war. In another generation Uncle Sam must take

city-of its dimensions. up the billions of dollars of securities floated to raise money for war purposes. FOR SALE-Second-hand Ford cars :

A' certain circus which is scheduled The seeds of thrift are now being sown among the boys and girls who will be at ..attractive 107 Broadway.prices. Osceola, MotorCo. L

to appear in the larger cities of the men and women of tbe future so that the harvest of dollars may be T N qKRJL
reaped. FOR SALE.-My six room cottage. Kit .
rt is offering
Florida in short time
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Broadway, Klsslmmee. D. C. Merton
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Tbe youngster shown here are members of the agricultural clubs of
+ in
k the' press two FREE passes ex- 3S N. Walnut Street Akron O.
/ change for about seven dollars worth the South. Th\ :y won distinction through their success with live stack wheat 417tpd.FINANCIAL / 4i "

-"' of advertising, and some of the papers and corn. By ,J.belr'thriftlndlUltJ", economy and good Ju.cment-the i lbUNCLE J '
;M are falling for it. But ,it is earned money for Thrift and War Savings Stamps; to pay tor college courses : STATEMENT ,J - ,1

worthy of note that the newspapers and to buy pigs and land. There are no finer examples of productive thrift Upper Hi. Job. Drmtmrnm tilmtrlri.

j which allow themselves to be buncoed than those furnished by the boys and girls of the corn, pig, canning and SAM'S MAILS are safe and sure, and our splendid \.c
October 1st. 1911 to ,
September 10th
4. fewer each
in this growing
way, are poultry clubs. 1919.
"' ,! e J'ear.' Tbe work of these young folks Is being made the model tor thousands of RECEIPTanterest for giving prompt attention to mailed deposits are
[ _______'._$ 980.00Refund
: others in Georgia, Florida Alabama, Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana. War- Department ___ 740.11Br.v.rd ,
) Bartow'ioldest the result of careful studied effort -.r
is'' The 'Courer-Informant./ ; The War Savings Organisation is pointing to their effort and saying to County Taxes7,466.71 a to satisfactorily serve a large

' ; newspaper, suspended publication the boys and girls In the rural communities: "Follow in their foota epe-: Orange County Taxes ___ .__ Sd.SOOsceola and constantly -),
,1 last week the plant and goodwill .County Taxes -. S8t.SH19.68S.87 growing list of out-of-town depositors.
,x R having been purchased by-its Earn money for War Savings Stamps and other purposes by railing thoroughbred i
stock producing the maximum yield from, yout acres. of corn '
14 r, competitor The Record.' While the Cash on hand October Jato '
L w? ,',;4 Courier-Informant;; will be a distinct or wheat by raising poultry and canning' fruits an J vegetables." 1(18, ...*?_..,,._,_..._.., 1,0(0.19DISBURSEMENTS WHEN YOU CAN'T COME TO :;;TOWN
'
t : : baste the press,'it was just another .. <, . '
44l< * /
survival of the fittle.t.j . '* I' f
% of the '
case r .
y ( j ,;',." A town the size of Bartow C&IpIot 'Dr) ., Robert Tooms, has recently ar.| A Sunday School teacher asked Engineering _....._+_.M$11,619.79Foreclosure USE THE MAILS ,
two gooctnewsptlpera and rived In Orlando from Cordele Ga..i one little girl what the ,golden text :. __.-?.__._.._ 117.60 ,
support of the Sunday School lesson was. Thi Legal Services __._._.__._._ 1IiOO.OOL"Ral -
tt one .o fthem had to-go.. The Rec.ord"a to' accept a position with Dr. J. L;' be Expense ____________ 1.014.18Office U will drop Has
girl responded "Don't stair, ns a will tell
yon we gladly
r no superior and few'equals Services' _____________ 187.11 yea
"
Dean in the Store
ti the,, weekly of Florida City Drug as -prescriptlonist. you'll git your quilt yet. Ths Office Expenses _-__.:_______ 1,60449 .
Flu ;among papers .- The doctor comes highily teacher immediately understood th-.- Petition to Amend _____nu 292.77 more' about it, and incidentally a few feed "
throes l recommended..and Is fast making the little girl had misunderstood thi Supervisors Service. ---__-_ ltl.00
Orlando Is in of a hot Supervisors Expense _ 877.t f'
,
t -political campalin.-'ln' :which 'J... '11.Glle. friends by: his, courteous manner. 'golden text which was will "Be "not Transcript: I en; rerit- -_-._ 12.03 reasons. why yon should me this bank.
1 ., the present mayor ,is opposed Orlando Reporter-Star. afraid your comforter I come. Refund Penalty ___ 706.57 I

''i, ; for 're-election .by E. G. Duckworth. 117,718.01Cash

7' 'y' Giles and Duckworth are both public* .... ) on hand September 10th.
j. 11118 .__2.-.,. ls.Hg.lt
citizens and Orlan- --
do spirited will ,be patriotic fortunate in having either 1".841.111 L

of them 'as 'her-chief executive.An- (Signed) H. L. SWING STATE BANK OF}

other feature of the campaign', in that,; REAL ESTATE BARGAINS upper. 8t.. Johns Drainage Treasurer District. :
M #, city is the candidacy .a woman 47-lt. ,
k :Mrs. A. Whitman, who aspires to ,.#0 '
the office -of City Commissioner and NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR TAX

lass Issued ,a voluminous platform, For Next 30 p DEED, KiSSIMMEE r:

which has brought much favorable : Days 'Motlc* '..- hereby given that John '

.t comment from the press.,,, 4 Rrasch, purchaser of Tax Certificateo. .
.. ; 98. dated 7th D. 17,
4 I s ,i if the sale of the gft.t.fAB: .cl: RESOURCES $750,000.00 '
According to some, newspapershunter' Florida, has filed said Tax Certiorate Capital, $100,000.00
may now go out and get Good 6-room" house and lot, :all.modem: conveniences, $1500.00. In nvy office 'and has mad application
I squirrels, provided the/ have secured for tax deed to Issue In accordance ,

; .county licenses. But the open sea- ,Good house and three lots, with orange trees,'$1700.00. with i law.the following Said tax described certificate property embraces -. Officers and Director: ; : ff1C t

eon for birds does not. begin until In Osceolax. County Florida, to. .,
.November, 20, at which time It will ;)11 TeD acre Grapefruit, grove in, good -condition, just coming intobearing wltl\]\ Lots Nineteen (19) and Twenty A. CARSON. President. M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY. V-K f
10) of Block One Hundred and Rlgh-:
Ii also b* lawful to,, hunt*, deer. The ?, Should have two thousand boxes of fruit next year, A (Uf) .of the City of fit. 'Cloud. J.. D. JEFFORDS Cashier N .
J. newspapers of the state ,indicate that Florida, according to plat Died nat day
f there .Is, considerable game"this" fall ,beauty,and worth double the price $5500,00. of."".lIat. A. D.. 110.. The said land. VK. a ..CARSON M..KATZ,
being assessed at. the date of the !.. i
x .and >the times sportsmen In I thi woods.are planning' It shouldbe for : Fourteen acre9; of land under good fence, with house worth:' susnc@ of said certificate. the name C. A"CARSON. IL. FLEMING. J JN. J"
arreat
F.TJ.
of CORBETT. Unless Bald cer-
the''.deiire. of every real sports 1500.00 pump and tank w.tedn house three acre bearing grove.. unto shall be redeemed according C..; BRYAN. E. LESLEY.. .., >

'man,4 however, to see'that the law in 'located on Dixie Highway Price $2500.00.." to law, ,tax deed will I..u. thereon on 3.. WADE TUCKER, Directors. '
{ 8th of
the day December A. n. 110. 1 1t
.
'' ,regard to time,arid amount of'''gamethat !** / '-, (Official Seal.), ,J. L. OVERSTREET, '. .

..4, cab be legally taken are obeyed. .Also. twoiumilbed: houses 'for;rent ar:; reasonable rates. Cleric Florldi.Circuit 'Court ..Osceola, County 47-6t., .
There will of course, be' some, who ; .
.Wish. ,to 'Violate the laws, but.the average I ;

a hunter appreciates the factas J. IVIcPHATTER': U.'OU.: """O ".'...... OOO"tO'o oooo..oo.ooo. .oo..oo oo 0'000 .oo to \
.
'
that the laws are made to prevent avi ; ,
total extinction of and. there "
t t ,.theta.Tjme.Rion. ., Office Over Central Market.', .j, J
45-41
tore will obey .I ," .j t f, _

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The tlmi Approacbea, when the civ. ; .
,IA, .. .
tilted people, of ,the world will celebrate _ _, r t

'S the birth of the' Prince of ;.r : .t
Peace.: The Nararine in his teachings " ''' '. ..

gave most of 'his time to the .gttpL'Orden: PresapdAtteiided:;' .le. One Day aL .pt : / < I
doctrine of humanity and throughout .. 'j's'

( the HoUjkLand be preaehedtbe Cos- i \: ,, ,,; Aate)" Hearse
|;\ yet 'of brotherly love and countless. l :4
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million accept! his teachings as 'thegreatest .

g, and best In ,the ''world's 'his- . .". '." ',".,' -i. i
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(Consequently .Christian ., , \ ', "
people everywhere -
feel a' deep interest r in the EISELSTEIN ,
; BROS. .
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success of the campaign 'for the sale ;w : -- 'j" MONEY' MADE

I( 'of the Bed ,Cross Christmas; Seal r_ : ;i < : ' ". ,

from whence, most 'ceme the 'funds ; Funeral Directors '< .
for the fight i against .tuberculosis in ; &' :Embalmers>< i __ _
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a great :"" .. .
I work and m aia a great blessing for / --; $ 'CtduDrFLpRIDA ',. ". *' ,. IiL' ,
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the Buffering people of this state and .k ; '
throughout 'the Union. '. : : ; i

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aether- with the consciousness of dn- : .. I .
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Justice of' thi-'Peace M. H. Porter .TI.\.HOII..4MINQIG..r >.' I : '
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4M
'I has moved his office to the Okeechobee .ST. CLOUD t I ;It.l. jUC" ,,* '" '. II > .
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ITEMS I ,
..t 'OPAiEEK: building on Possiel .avenu,and. .
will share the office 'of attorney The New England .Sodety.""VIll hold The opening ,of'" Kissimmee's. .4* l r- tP

Milton Pledger.Relatives the first meeting on Tuesday. NOT.) I'OOIIt'SaturdA,. ,_a..a tremendous .' 11
; Red Cross ToothtP' aM,1 still 25c.. received word this morn.Iag 11, In the upper G. ,A., R. h.u.AU success'and the patrons who took advantage '1II'

Phone .Ilornabbj'":,. '-X- from M. Katz, who is critically. member ,are urged to be present.. of this event .to partake of
Mn. and .c children "nave ill?at 'a hospital in Baltimore Md., Strangers welcome its, hoisltality were loud in their self'e
if
moved into their new residence in that his condition'is: slightly. improv- Mrs Jennie French came In Monday praise- w

.' Cape Breeie Addition ed.: evening after spending the past The tea Loom Is'* gem of architecture '" ,
I
Navy Blue Flaked Kit, at Central 6Wto Acres rood land close to Ry:; months with friends at'Kinsman 0., ;of ,the bungalow type with : (
Drug Store *' station near East Coast. .17.50 per also stopped for a short visit at Atlanta French windows opening onto cool ,

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chalker of Lake,1acre( ; one third cash balance One Ga. deep,verand. and. is surrounded by '
: Mr. Charlie Ryan of Palatka,
spent
Dollar Nelson attractive grounds. The location is f. '
per .acre, 'aJ num.
per ,
City wen guests at the C. A.. Carson :
Tuesday night with Mr. and. Mrs. J.,,
home the last of the week ,Realty Company. .. ideal for It, is at the Juncture of
.
H. Ferguson.The .
Clyde avenue and Emmett street, and ..
1 Judge Chas. O. Andrews and State
25e Tooth Paste and ."COod one SUj Cloud High School 'has .. both sections
thoroughfares
'' are
too, at Central Drug Shores i I Attorney Joseph H. 'Jones returnedto started ..' high school papar. The of the Dixie Highway, they are much I .

Mr. .and Mrs: E. B. Lemon of 1 their Circuit home ,la Orlando'Wednesdaynight following: are the., officers:. Editor:, traveled.V rr .. ri V'

Semis, Ontario, are Jiere to spend i, Wednesday, court afternoon.having; adjournedon 1 Helen Bowen; ."t'.ditor; Vera ,The rooms .n;I furnished in shades i: BLUCHER'' I. ; '

the winter with Mr, and Mrs., '1[Johnson; business manager Marion of mode and ''pure white, while [
,Hart.. J.e'l, L. U.- Zimmerman. of St. Cloud,was |Harmon; treasurer-Joseph Madl.onr; French and white decorate .the
gray Loose'
Blue ,in the city Monday morning en route rirculatio nmanager. Katherine' Farr. "verandas. Brown duck upper. lined to toe. .Half. beUOWhODIU".Fiber
Navy Flaked
at-tentral Drug Store.tit Phone now in 41.stock--I Ion from business Jacksonville for Conn's, where, he DepartmentStore had been ,We In&p.per.The are .sure. this will be an Interest Mrs. P., C. Buttorff and Mrs. 'S. H. insole ''and 'counter. Leather sock lining. Gray''' corrugated -

.Mrs" R. C. Dunn"of Tallahassee'' of which he is manager to St. Christian Endeavor Society Bullock 'who are 'proprietors of the rubber sole; made from tire-tread composition. Rubberized
project. received their from 4
,who has been the guest of her niece, Cloud.The I I Presbyterian church held a Hal.lowe'en ie 10 o'clock p jns., and guests throughout toe ,bas.. ,PaeurMt heel. .

Miss Oulda Malloy returned home Gazette's job department Is social Friday evening, Oct. that time well dressed people calledto .
Friday. equipped to do all kinds of job printing 81st, in the Conn building, where partake of the delicious viartds

,Fine potato land inside city limits. on short notice and at reasonable ever) fifty persons enjoyed regularHallowe'en : and enjoy the musical program which For :...hardwork and hard. play .where serviceable foot.wear .
...for-rent. Nelson Realty Company .. We make a specialty of games and tricks. Delicious continued during the opening hours. stout

.,. A. Rosen motored to Bartow on a t loose leaves for ledgers.47tf.. refreshments of'pumpkin pie Miss Inex Carson sang number of is needed ,foil-bag duck: uppers, joined by live steam I

business mission Tuesday Mrs. Rosen 'I H. Fleming Is back again from his sandwiches and orangeade were serv charming IOnp;..she was accompanied pressure to tire-tread sole;.'give the. Ideal combination of duN '
ed. 'The members of the wishto
and Mrs. W, J. Fripp accompanied regular summer's outing, which he society by her' sister Mrs. Roy Chalker
him.FI.ked. spent this year mostly. iia Californiaand thank Mr. Conn for the use of the of Lake City; Mrs. Hugh Geiger one Pneumatic heels ease'' feeL bilitY without excess weilhL'.nd' '

Rit Navy Blue and all oth' other Pacific Coast states. He room.for Asa,the Stebbins evening.Mr. was. buried, "at the of' Kissimmee's'matrons, whe'' is apleasing a leather sock lining 'insures comfort. They-will outwear
er'colors was accompanied o'n his western trip singer.- rendered 'several "
y ; at Central Drug Store. \
,Phone 41.: by his sister and brother-in-law, and Soldiers' Home at Johnson City numbers, and Miss 'Ada C. Wagner ''other shoes costing agreatdetl'., more money, .
7 I Tenn., on Oct..29. He leaves a wifeto {
and reports a most delightful trip. sang'.very.beautifully.' In the evening .
Mrs. T. L. Jackson of Miami washere mourn his loss, Mr. Stebbins has
brief visit with her Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Persons and a three-piece orchestra Claude '1
on a mother lived at St. Cloud'for several
,
years
Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. G. M. 6
+ their guest, Mrs. S. F. Schwinn of Harper Mean's.Sizes to 11 y
MI'I. W. A.. Steed this week arriving only going to -the- home recently.A Ji .arouse, pl.yed.n enjoyable. .
Mrs. pro.
Wednesday.Fine Savannah, who is a sister of service
I special will be held in the
and VlcCrol.'number. added to
Persons drove to Wednesday gram
on
Tampa .
I
farm close to Presbyterian church Sunday eveningon
grass town on the pleasure of the listeners. ,
r t, hard road, cheap. Let show in the Persons auto and spent the Americanism of immigrants. '
us you. ;As the weather was perfect Mes- ;
a few hours attending to businessand Now $3 the
.
r Terms.Nelson Realty Company seeing the sights of that thriving ,,Talk by the pastor Rev. Stewart on dames., Buttorff and Bullock arranged pair: ,
the and most of the
You are invited to attend the Y. city. subject program the table. on the verandas,and
) P. S. C. E. meeting at the Christian I:will be furnished by the young. people -. here the patrons of the new establishment -4. ,

church next Sunday: evening, just before I state's Col. Cary prominent D. Landis and ,successful one of the attorneys I On of the church Nov. the 60th gathered .in parties and Our stock; we. hay on hand, will ,take .care of our tr.deJor.: . t.,", .
Tuesday, \. was '
the church service. was among the visitors to wedding anniversary. of Mr. and Mrs. chatted.would' difficult the next :40 days,.,tben'will'' 'buy ,more at a higher price_ ,; .,. '
It be find
to a more
k For Sale-Ferris strain White Legh.rn ,Orlando was en route to J. K. Delaware retail '
Houston on avenue and 'theY'' will : for $330V "
t withaintlel'
attractive tea
chix.IA. PeLand room or one .
hatching eggs and day old his home in from Kissimmee they having been married fifty year. ''
E. Thomas, Tel. 215-8 rings. 46-tf 1"t's j where he has been attending a session at New Albany, Ind. appointments or more delicious 'I" '' A '
'
ago BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY; . ,,,:: +
cookery. linen sparkling
Snowy
; Mrs. S. J. Souders returned the of the fall term of the circuit The Army. and 'V Navy. Union held ,
cut glass hand decorated china and
x. first of the week from a pleasant vis- ,,court for Osceola county.-Reporter- their regular on Monday afternoon ,
Ac f '3it;. at the C. E. Dening and S. J. with a goody..number in at cut of flowers the diners contributed for to the dinner,.pleas
Star.Moses ure a regular
'rl 'Entriken hbme., in Narcoossee. ',I Folsom, who was. editor of tendance.Mr. could be selected from the menu. STORY'Shead : '
"'- 60 Acre farm on Dixie Highway, the St. Cloud Tribune in the pioneer Joe Phipps and MMs.. Helen As the evening shadows fell candles

100 yards from Ry. station, fine days of that city. but who has been Perdue of Kissimmee, were the in tall candle sticks, topped by .

argrain. Nelson Realty Comp.nY'-1(with the State Marketing Bureau at guests Sunday afternoon of the for. gay shades lighted the tables. to It,. .. ...o.. .. .. ... .. .. . ., ....... ,

q' H. C. Stanford motored *o Jacksonville the past several years mer's parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mrs. H. C. Stanford. Mrs. D. G. .
k' iville last- week on a business misn -!spent a few days visiting old friendsin 'Phipps. . Wagner, Misses Katherine' Can

> accompanied By Mrs. Stanford.' Kissimmee and St. Cloud the past Mrs. O. C. Knight and baby Ed- Gerlie Bullock Mattie Stanford Ad expense will amount to one cent 1 .. .. '
' 'week. Mr. Folsom is one of the most win of Thonotosasia, who have been sx
I ey returned Saturday. i C. and Maude Alice Wagner assistedthe lunch leaving a remainder of '
per
Phono-I I versatile men in the state, being well visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. hostesses throughout' the serving nine cents if the project become
fore you decide on a /: The } FavoriteBetter' ,
for the weeksleft People's
h, hear The New Edison "The posted on all subjects, both past and Phipps, past two hours. .. ]'self- pportlne. ( '
present. He is just now giving on Monday to visit her husband'sparents I' .
tograph with a Soul." For sale: by particular Mascott Fla. There is no question of the financial The menu for Thursday Included ,
.1 Drug Store.Pickford'in. I attention to matters affecting at success of the lovely tea room vegetable soup Parker house rolls
A service held at
the agricultural and marketing conditions Baptilmal was ,
just opened, and when tr.velenleam and ginger bread and for today
her latest
pictqre'locdlum }, in the lake front afternoon at
Florida and the bulletinrsent Sunday
that such service and home cooked meat 'gravybread
," said to be the UIC'olt'' '', 3:3 o'clock.C.pt. sweet potatoes "
out from his office receive wide sandwiches
Pickford I".de.f f foods can be obtained here there is and butter and ice cream "
:ic picture circulation by the state press. Folsom of Jacksonville wasa
I doubt that will constitute the lunch.
the Casino Friday Nov. no Jt prove a great cones will ,
be at Mr. Mrs. St. Cloud visitor .
I| and Howard Anderson on Monday.The attraction. Mesdames. Buttorft'.nd This crusade'of the. Mothers' club
'. ,left vesterdy by auto for ;:eb"st'enI Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary M
Bullock they are not planning to for better school kiddies in the senseof "
say
r Sale-Fine modern- on the east coast! where Mr. Ander held a halowe'en social at their hall 't
serve the varied menu of Saturday health'and greater efficiency merits
I furnished, close in; small cash I son goes to look after some. business last Thursday afterribon." Opened by however, but will confine themselvesto the. highest praise from Kissim

k lent balance like paying matters. singing "America followed by sandwiches, cakes and tea .of mee people, and is worthy of the club .
Realty the E. E.
n Company prayer by chaplain Mrs. course with perhaps a salad unless that has, borne the burden of its real.
subjects for sermons at the I THOMAS-COLLIER. Williams.; music on the piano and orders are arranged for in advance, its "
ian church next Sunday will One of Kissimmee's( returned seldlers ollnby! Mrs. Barber and Mr. Sampson -

bedlence vs. Formal Obedience claimed charming bride this ; Reading by Mrs. S. E Hill; Solo I never \
DOMESTIC DEPT. the
hat Is Remission of SinsT Ev- week. Monroe Thomas and Miss by Mrs. Redway; Reading by Mrs SCIENCE f Some merchants
iy welcome. Myrtel Collier were married Wednesday -Vreel.ndSolo.; / by. Mrs. Eckman; "FOR, ST. CLOUD SCHOOLSThe home printer a -job unless they are
I ''evening at the Baptist Reading by Mrs. Stll1weUk' Duet j I entirely out and can't get It from the .38e "'

Rent.Ll&ht. housekeepingcomplete. lOCAtiOn. ace Rev. O. B. Falls panon.1; "Annie Laurie," by Houston county board of Public Instruction city printer and then they raise _
; Central and Mrs. J. W. ,Francher; Recitation held the regular Meeting more fussabout it than can be kickedup cTayloi's
r The wedding was a quiet .than lntterlSand Always
[phone 142 Mrs. W. H. Farmer, ; !:
with'only. two friends to witness the by Mrs., J., K. Houston; Musicon Monday, at Superintendent Yowell'soffice by a'peg-legged' man at a camp. .
6p r. ., 44-tf. .ceremony.The violin by ofr...Sampson, accompanied i with chairman W. C. Bass and meeting. Did Oil'ever''' notice that, Fre.b '.it 1 \ ( i
Y, jizens attending the board of, bride Is the daughter of Mr. by. Mr. Barber' on the piano. W. R. Lanier of Campbell f f ..tation.pretent. brother printer{ This is the clajs of

commissioners meeting Mon.( and Mrs E.' F. Collier, and one of,.Delicious jce cream and cake were W. R. Godwin of St.. Cloud merchant who is. always wonderingwhy in}'; "
rere S. W. Porter. Mr. Mallett Kissimmee's most attractive served. the third member" the board was the newspaperman doesn't do s6fo\ L Ltf. :
'4 \. Cloud; H. H< Hull and J. H.,'ladies. !; young' I Uncle Josh Ferguson spent Wednesday unable to attend the meeting. "something for the good of thetownaArndia .I// ..

\ of Narcoossee, and C, S. Acre The was among the. Kis in Kissimmee. I I In addition to the' business routine ( Enterprise.Sobseribo : . ,

i .Point, I simmee grooms boy. who volunteered for I )Mrs. //Ollie' Harris on Jersey 'avenue a request was heard from the St. II ,; r

[ Cross Amrico Tooth' Paste apply serviee in company B. and served in has had her place Improved byadding Cloud schools, asking that a domestic for the -Valley O"c.tt...

s just received.. .Oly 25c France where he was advanced to electric 1 lights. We hope seine science department be added'to their' ,

enue. .t, Central Drug Store.. the rank of Second Lieutenant. more Jersey avenue 'folks, 'will-have. course of study. .:
,. lid Mr. Otis Stevens of Or I Since his honorable discharge he the lights put in. This the board consented to do, and

d their' wee daughter Miss has been employed in the Mach Bros.garage The Westminister Circle of thePreabyterl.n Mrs. Mary J. Frantic who- is well .
I
ales were, all-day. guests of church have set the known" here was appointed as teach CROSS '
ida"Malloy; Sunday. Mrs.:, Mr.-- and MSB. Thomas have man,.' date for thelr'hau.1l for'the'-6th and er. x RED

i I' mother,, Mrs.. Cheney, ..ced -,,friends here who wish them ,every 6th of December. Supt. Yowell who has been making ,
them. (,happiness and a large measure of : O. C. Knight: of Thonotosassa, was his official visits to the rural ,
of his wife's schools'of the "states that'all .'
t-Fln..t kind of' !prosperity in their married life. the week end guest parents county,
p potaton Mr. and Mrs. Wm.i\ Phipps.' the school -machinery :'is ,"' moving '. d-' ,
-brick road close to town; I ,
.' The New York 'Veterana' Aa.ocla! :'smoothly and everything -points <'
reasonable rent. Nellty ,NEW REX BEACH PICTURE..f ., ; ,> c.
[tidings, tion held.their meeting. Tuesday, afternoon to a year when good work will be the '1 ti, i 4
Company., 'I. 9. ,/ f f A tbri11lnlr"tol'J' of man's redemp. in the hall Opening rule.' i -., ,
song
.
[is" Anderson nephew"of Jack ,tlon is unfolded "Lauehing :till "1:, :
!. "America .followed by prayer by .. The compulsory1 education .law.ishaving SI-IOLS I
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++a left last'-week for' Tampa Hyde 'greatest'}of:"l1--.Rex Beach- the chaplain W : P..,Lyneb.: : Reading its effect' he says and' the ,. ( .
; the "101Ranch" movie Goldwyn productions, which comes to % ;.: ,', .i'iJf,
tr com-I by ,loin. Brand; Remarks by -Mr* average -attendance 'is' somewhere ; .
Young .Anderson has ..tudled.ncln&.tor !the Casino Theater Thursday. Will Marskie About her .Northern trip;' around 95 per cent for thecounty.LIISCH :. ., I

VY4 more, .,than; four Rogers? lariat-throwing; wit ,of Follies Readings" by Mrs., Empsoniand Mrs.l' ,.
1.' nd it is in that capacity that fame'makes his first appearanceon ::f
Slater Remarks by.Mr.'Brand about '
l.
ployed. 'home: the creen in the name roW his trip} home this ,summer; Readings ,ROOM'LASTSCHOOL ... :: '. ) ,: : , \

''. >restige to your by be- "' .., by 'Mrs., Francher and Mrs Wether- OP N DAY FO1 LADIES' ...,,. '

possessor of a'' New Edison ". 4. \: ston; 'Recitation by: Jj W.' Francher.j t. ,. ; . . : ,' 1 ''T>"; ..', r.L
Continued trom Page One) \ ,!
lonograph with a' Soul.. ,Cong }Ii e t' meeting-will be, the; first 1 Tuesday '

Store, Agents in December in the park if the The finances of the project are"in" ,We.'have' just received ,a' ,large ,shipment' of' the famous ,Redji;, p:<
.
artin, the'only Monkey com weather Is fair if not In the hall. the hands of Mrs.: !'W.'J. Fripp Mrs. 1 .*.' ; r .

L4 In the world, starring in the Mrs E. E., ( ermore is,home.from Miller and Mrs. ,Lxlpfer with Miss Crow.'Shoes., 'Call. in'and ,see them.' '' .J t ''jrA} .. ;.
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Johnson Tenn. visit. Yowell as auditor who. will over : ,1:
1 I animal Monkey Stuff wilt Cjty ; on a' |t go
dad attraction at the Casino Do' You'. 'Mrs. 'F.. W. Kenney 'Mrs.' Myers the accounts -once, a month, and,thena We'' also;..have. a'.big hue''of: the. well',known ,Liberty'Bell 'S4?: oL$: ; 4Shoes.

.I; a jy of' next week.' Manager iI\ '.' and others in the' party went fishing< statement .. :' .aubmltted"to, the .. ,e-. F ..
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+t k will give all the kiddies: Tuesday to Old St. Cloud a trip that board of public-H)structioq; . "J.' ',\ I
,tine. price. Diive.'a.' will be long ;remembered as they got Mr.; j Steed. 1 supreintendent' in iif
s avl"c..Wi11:+ storm-stayed until. a good''' Samari- 'charge has a, knotty' problem to solve
lent W not come
,
t tan'1 took -his automobile and, with die' prevailing, high cost of mat ".
:
th Mrs.' McCoy's I "
washing. picked '
1' . ParI 01'1..YowellDuckworth Car? them tip and brought them terial, to provide a.lunch for ten F.1l.ED., : S. GILBERT

hone Orlando Fla,46-4t. Miss Edith, Wainwright, who has. cents. It Is estimated that the over ,, : ,
; ,608" been visitingher/: father and sister , ,I.

Hale," wife,. and granddaughi left' Saturday' tp return to Detroit, 1'- . __ f .,
arrivedthe _
i Boyd, have' Mich. 'A'LaetThendayrwas' ./.--. .Casino TheatreWeek.of "
winter with us as usual . the'we4dln& anniversary ..
[ this time by: rail,. Instead, ofj } and J.; W. ,. November 1 '
,of- Mr Mrs ; 10th'h
\j 'mobile route''' as they did Eyestrain may Very' easily be Franchen They* were married 35 Casino 'Theatre,, :Friday,. Hove. 1,4th' i
these M atln.e I. P. M.' Night, ,,1'II'.n :80. ..
All to have
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't are glad aggravated by driving:;* car. years ago at Pittsburgh Pa. We.,. ... _-_ 1 ......
j' eople> with nsi again. ;The aiteaipt. to focus :the.. hope they may hav many-more hap-l xs.. ? .epNDA.. .10' \
..d' Mrs. 'C 5.-W.-'Pismire! ; foriidets eyes PY' year. together.: l I Alice Brady'' In JotHarfin; /
of on objects wMcb'you. > ,..i-: MAR1Pi'1'TU."
are
t Kissimmee, who. left Mr/ and Mrs. L. Shambow} and Mrs. L? I
'f.' : ut seven years. ago. for Read- lap; rapidly irritates the already. Marcell were Kissimmeevisitors. last tth 'Knl.oae Of'. .' ''SelectPERIL. : .. ,

.M"\\j :h.,> returned ;this 'week, and strained eyes. j Friday:. : *V, _'- ,_, _7 'I, OP" KTHUNDBn MOUP1Ti1IN", The Starwho the, only .Mon
11 :the'' prooent stopping with 'TUESnAT '

. friends; Mr.: and Mrs.vJ. F. Don't five, up the 1 .tar.batbavslyeureyea.atte.d.d KISSIMMEE, PEOPLE ,GO'" LAUNCH. PRIVATE. "PEAT' In- >a''j)Special% ,raramount Feature., neverbrokea. key, comedian' ju .
,t 210 Bermuda avenue- Mr. 'r RIDINGf Star Comedy, .'( '. "
to. 'tha rfd.
:$. has been in delicate healtht "THE! TEA lGUND"' .Contract... w Sta

."..+t and 'saysif he pats along 'Begin by) 1aUi., ns examine :This 'lovely, fall .,weather", lured,. a 'WED.Ie.DAY'EarIWIIII.m.. .. > itni ,;iathe Universal :: 't
/ In
this winter 1 they will pur- of Kissimmee people out for an.
t, home and locate pena entt ,them.,te mi ent ",what causes all part'days' trip,down the lakes to the ', - "THIDWOLF'f' ?' '' I Jewel

\+ tir man.rfriend.ln') Kiitlm- the' 'atr iCO d sJfht i fa.to. :*;,, Ridge on.tbe. shores of Lake I' .. *. jef'InHONEST" '- IVStaarapb.tolutt ..

glad 'to have them! packBponsler" valsable''!fer'. your' success 'and mee. Sunday. .', -' .Kissim-I BOOK AOKNT.t' Animal, ; Comedy, t
*' .. *
The ''the : THURSDAY V
left -
,city
-c. comfort te the sliktest risk ; .
run B ach 'i
'clod 'and Rex Great Picture. -
'
In the' ,
,{. and 'wife,whp'havejaing eight o morning "LAUGHING BILt. } '"
"' to Kissimmee since the ef 'lajpsiar It J j; breakfasted ''on' board the launch ., ?-. ?HTDl1."i,d.'n.,' .
lof, 1911-12, stopped heremorning' "Lill") which) la' owned. and operatedby LoydwComedyl Harry'Pollard In f '"Monkey= ,j ,'
'! Our.. ,,:tefedier with ', -
l eqaJpnent, M. V ;..; "START-; oWmT ING. ,
while en' rate''forb.heltad F. < Benjaman.; .
7 L., .- -- .
. .. L ...::: --mAW' -' -
i :old ,.IekIII. and?exp Meat.. .. _Dinner,waaspreadUanderthetreeaat SPECIAL t. FEATURE.- "Jo: .Martin." I ",
)h neaedgm :- ables;ai" "'detersslne exactly the ridge and the. day dosed witha The only.Monkey Comedian' In the Here! ,
uige. this season.' and ''wasbut fish fry on board the launch in the' world: .' Starring In- the Animal Comedy ";V. .... .l Himself- : $LOf f"
'
the .
ceadltioa and .eHi. of
j.f 1 V since he fad talkedrle'Lnpfer yemr' evening', when luscious trout"which ,.:-"MONKBT BTUFUVt... -
11! "';.'Uneoln and Tx>rrCa\ lnello IA
,*who is'or'of yte. had been caught during' the trip;' -r "TUNKNOWN tOVB.", ' ,.
\bs'). ,most expert! anglers, and served as the "piece de resistance'In'th.'p.rtyiwer. - -.* Pathe.. f' i ]Fall .Augmented .
? 1 of --the wonderful'' fishing "W::tSAND'msON': j ot; Mrr. and Mrs, J. ,Bam, . ;: Bud"HAM-.S Coraody' BUST, .DAT./: "' .: N _
:JU. 'brehesfi'a
here since the high water Emmett Brown' and' junior Mi.eeqMildred'Turvif'Loi4"John.on Aasrmeatetf-Orehevtra.- "' -1' T- ,, .
I' 1
felt the'ealtof 'old' ,Kathleen Prl__ ate and 10 ''Cent.SEthyl . '; '
..;:.it:: .he asso.thought O tOmetrlAf :Mauafactarini ; SIC ; 1
rdt .Prices.25 164I
t : he 'might' soon Bearden Grace Nelson Edna Clayton InU. A7 .,/ ' .-.
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he.. f Mr., and Mrs. .Sponsler. havehriends I 1 Optic1a.o Schweikart,. and Messrs. Sheldon ,: "WOMAN0 l -TT-WrBAPONa"- .. and 60 eeJ ta., 'oJ
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"here 'who will' look Brink,.Jo. Butler Lee '
1 Johnson Roy: : Mack ennett Comedy, - ( J

, to their,.coming.. I .26' ,.Breadway, Kissisusee-. ,-'Fla."' McLean; .aid'.Albert. Bearden-," f I I "FRIEND'_HUSBAND."; ,1Jr''" ..
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'..'j'..' L ',", J r Much work it being'don In a I f. ,. ,, -
r, way in the',correctingof I
:, 71i, quick way ''U to we with pl.nul trees and garden : ( '

Dr. Kin=/* Nerr Discovery 'by the small grower or horn the / I ..... ..... \,
*r. The county; Agents never home ,''!::'' ,, '.'' 'i
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It of leaser importance to call '" : I'' 1 \-,' "I.t%! ,
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rDON'T buster ,: r'' ; ; ;: 'I, ',' )
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"citJten who has but'a few ; !.'" ;,/
r' pat off until tonight what '* few plants than on.large ;; '!' ,' ,,' :''\' .y'l'I" ,, '
can' do today, step Into farm*-the interest i la just a to : : ""i". ,.
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your druggist's and buy a bottle : '; ... . r
portant-In fact the greatest sult ''W il '1 ; '1
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of Dr. New Discovery. Start !" \" "' ',." \ '
Klof' then 1 \ ""
' accomplished by calling' ; : >
taking < /J\1: "
the
once. By time .
you '!\ ''''''\ :J
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: reach home you'll be on tile way to. county' agent in and ) in : ', -"; (, ". !
recovery; ,., advice he 'can (five with the. ,cows; ', -I'
ti This standard family friend has been the," extension division of> the \ : : .
'
r t 'creaking colds coughs grippe attacks, JDepartment.of Agriculture I ; I ....
yf l ,and.croup.for more than fifty years. : ..,., .
1t's used wherever snre- ro relief I* LIVE STOCK WORK AT THE |milk
appreciated. Children and grownups '. ,v
} alike ran use It-there la no disagreeable AGRICULTURAL ; N
r, ..ttereft'ect.Your druggist. has it ed to
'We. and 1.20 bottles.'"' '(By Dean P. H. Rolfs) tion ; .
The livestock work at the
tural College Is a great deal ing : -
i
Bowek," -v Begging, for Help tensive than most people , 4
The work divides itself into
\
, 'y Torpid liver pleading for assistance general groups: sale ;
Hpw-careleHfi to neglect these thing ment Station and teachlnR'j 1
on
when Dr. KingsNew Life Pills
1. 'promptlt. mildly, ;yet..eliecUvely come so in The animal leader of the teaching at the i pWbl n'? S Let me help"Ches.
to. their. relief I, husbandry Otty
ty is Prof..C. L. "Willoughby ;
'Leaving'\ the system 'vncleaned clocged been with us for a long/ .. Field
$ bowels unmoved results In health- year! and has carried many -
4 f + destructive ter-eflTects Let stimu through the various classes.

,'p, Life lating PiUs, tonlc-lQ-actlon.bring you the Dr.happiness King's New ol are 13 ,' different courses 1 n vas :: i ELP" is right A smooth, mellow a
regular, normal bowels and liver funcUonlng. husbandry. Last! year' we Palm ,
as Keep feeling at.' doing the new department in the animal $ '-V-- smoke Is just the thing, when you're
x ,, work of, a man or womao who find bandry line in the matter of ing ;
relish. In It. ',AU druggtta-25. ary Science. This department{ up against'a tough one. And Chesterfield '

__ ______n __ der the leadership of Dr. A. L. h
''Ac. ly. A third department that of l is that smoke.
8 try husbandry in charge of '
'' p" W. Sanburn, has been 'added j An and exclusive blend is
' responsible
expert
.. You' Do Mare Work year. Unfortunately the state
5 Yon are more ambitious and yon get more not felt able to supply -finest, silkiest Turkish tobaccos from N
I' everytbln| when you funds to carry this, course )
bloodgood condition. Impurities In the entire year. We have, Xanthi, Cavalla, Smyrna and Samsoun., and
1 .the blood haa very depressing effect.n to. give the poultry husbandry
the system causing weakness' laziness, only during half the year. the best varieties of Domestic leaf-put
aervoasness and sickness. the other half Dr. Sanborn .
,OROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC entire time to extension work together by the manufacturer's private
rti ,. and Vitality by Purifying the' teaching of classes- .
and Enriching the Blood. When you feel various localities of the state. I formula that brings out every last bit of
Its strengthening. Invigorating effect see,,
The livestock and feeding
., bow U brings color to the cheeks and how ments conducted by the flavor. No other process, no other blend
w It improves the appetite yon will then Station Division have been
.
appreciate Its true tonic value. These are conducted under the t can successfully imitate Chesterfield'ssmoothness

OROVB'S TASTELESS Chill'TONIC "lllon 'of John M. Scott. One .
la not-a patent medicine it is simply most important pieces of work and full-bodied flavor. .
IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup by the Station has been the "
1i; Co pleasant even children' like it. The of cassava, sweet potatoes No argument here! Chesterfields satisfy
,
.i
? Wood needs Quinine to Purify It and IRON beans cocoanut meal ana
to Enrich It. These reliable impurities in meal as feed for livestock. When as no other cigarette has ever satisfied "
erties never fail to drive out
take into consideration that in
,
the blood. case of velvet beans there before. .
'The Strength-Creating P wer'or GROVE'STASTELESS other place in the world F
Chill TONIC has made tt vestigations were being made 4A44 J- .
'the favcrite tonic in thousands pf homes., will realize that this had to be
V More than thirty-five yean ago folks ,:'ried 'on single handed by the
Chill ,TONIC whoa Experiment Station. Not even
a
,' member cf their family bad Malaria 'or one' find the chemical analysis
velvet bean as to its ash
needed a body-building.. 'strength-giving
ac tonic. The formula i* just the same today Us feeding value. But after -
t? and 'you can get It'from any drag,chemical analyses had bee .
1,"l .. (ore.- 60o per bottle.' ,was still necessary, to find out
amount of the velvet bean
; that was actually digested by
+ imals. This digestion k
was carried on in/ a very
BACK ACHED ALL manner. Later experiments "

be made to work out the relative
ues between the use of velvet s.3
'.' and other standard feeds ,

ftF..U ""THE TIME SAYS, bran and cottonseed meal. 1"n
.Another very Interesting 'I'f.
work that has been done is
making silage of cassava and 5-

4t I. WELL, KNOWN. ''peanut feeding potatoes meal.,value as :well of cocoanut a. 'testing'meal, : r t7ArflP 8 J-1


,;,' ., I': ,All of these experiment have the blend :
r : MAN. to be carried out in the face-of -ana 'e.s +.
be
,'I." tfc 'i., limited means One' of .the S
'! ern states in preparing a can't be copied
.
ring, animal spent more "
-S'S the preparation of this one .
-' Kidneys Did Not, Act Freely, than we spent in an entire milk"
I I
Itk, And .Rheumatism Attacked, our The whole livestock'extension herd. mixed I .

Him-Tells) How Creco. the this .often {
Herbal Remedy, ,Gave ,Quick 'which is headed we by are Prof.carrying'-J. M.on.Scott, to ; : ,.......................... ........... .. . .........

l" Relict assisted by. W. H. Black and large )
1, '." .iI...o ar troubled with tie twistdractte Thompson. This project has :mixed .
__ Vpias of rbouutlun ', object the"'carrying! of sults. .
...dletrss Infill of kld- ., I
', ap aymptomi obtained .by.the Experiment ExperienceGreat
s, CIeer< b.r.1. a amoisjo '- A'> ,
fmfsrer UNat. wlU earry its, .wn.tilr. and the information:,"' of. ., ..
Vs ..... .'J.'''. Nyaq. publications from the U. S ..
atafkS 'over ad" -
.., .... ,.. _F'I. -S tent ;rof' Agriculture; all \,
,
le brttoof ' Facilities
: For a bs. ... I bass ovlTtmlfroaa state,' to Storage
I rk_BMtlMa and awfvl ...... l. mr I : ,

5- 55 4 ...Ida. C J1mIIa.... .. work Soor4bo.! .Turril..* I MILK' FPR FLORIDA. ry > ,, "" .... ,
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Jdldat we
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>>alB* My appetite teU. off ali > '1'
toll, sad was MUI..... with eouUpaUoaTkamdi During the past'two years ; mand no ,
S y T7y .... --.u,'; aJolBta, aD" .dons stride* .in' dairying. / .".. ,. ( .
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bocmaL to awoll _II aad WM vwr !:
made In' Florida,' as was fo')> ,
as. _I'' ackitd. I. k.ScoaMa't fe. :
ik.t I evornC'imKloa brought out,b, Miss, Mae ; 'I '
s ness.n:, aa rr.r. fclD. f ha* trio'*, home dairy agent, at a* talk ; ,1.' .In Heal Formula, we offer you Exprience"datinll: from

rt! tailed.IdUat A.IT Ma4* Pnm aikod a S ....,.. _?__. "- ssr pooplo. I inar and ;;Livestock, Roundup 1 : '
This shows
t ....4 a betty sad It kolpa.s* meek IoTttn I Gainesville. Miss Morse gave a : crop' *:., experience: not only the value .of proper

r ,... '*j ft* ...Moad It ..., doM and It a U o.Tk twit,. aw ifondoifal.,.... IsnawM idea of the,milk Situation in home I : "materials JI correctly. proportioned as' to ,availability, but the
,''l, aid tko pates >av left a... "Mr and told something of the ; : '' ,5
,sftDpVtttV ... Tr.VtV.Q I X sleep ftVOttald. ADADror she has.been doing and that hast I a .. need, of perfect' physical condition'at 'time of application. : ..
t, asstash nlftUneC' af .......ttee. doneby : the horn the i To this condition the fertilizer be '
"' aa* 11'' _k.lpd SM whom otbortklB the ", secure must mad long .

\: .i, ','M.-.* .. p ea.e1l wANword.for..s I 13.foe't bodes. point gents.brought Following out.lahertalk are the. fight, ; .' .- ',in advance: ,.batched, and reground. ThJ call for,enormous '

fttftet8 DIieee .d. "l3SSW'STk ..y.I...... ...asbt..... .t ""Two year ago '. by : ; : I rdtciibouse, capacity. Acre of.flooring are necessary. to insure -
t ..... ass set directlCENTRAL ,. started to work;to interest '
t goods cured
t **- berrf.as.y..rbkb; yatos, greater production and being thoroughly seasoned, blended, before'

i$ ,_ a t.4,toadabqtrso..ea a vk.nttI._ u. e w of dairy prodctsi We found a < meat .; being sent-out,to:"you. ? '
. _._ .need :for.a decided increase'in. : I
'w"J ',., ... 10M af -.5'."...' I..ply as the people were using ready !LVr, is;}high:''anddifficult, : many other expenses and
.. ,
t* r .eo.etfsatt.s. tA.a littf.milk. W. found that and ., problems-are ,.to .be met -4>old:faa-to all the Sure thingsthat '"
: .' "consider serve '
awe'ihsr did It
not :
people : "& ,
; ( '-make
1";' 'rids O..... btk..- ....... rd II ......, ..Jto use 'much..Jf any> milk,. : 'for your success.B: - choosing Ideal 'Fertilizer ,
'' ;
r '" Sa .. _1ijr 1 dairy cow was considered more" ., you have, eliminated, .tIt'* fertilizer problem. "Over a quarter
'
i :},' "" ,-' -- .. .. ... ...DRUG-" .,.STORE"' -' ,. . .. I i. "In'' than aplte',abe of was tu worth.fact ''that' best It.. ' : ;, i: ,.,. 1''I :., 4vMnlury.6f y 'profiubIenfield're4ultsar; *- back"of-them. Why #

',' rM ,is buying :sixteen million take unnecessary, 'chance: >., '
: :DAMON' AND PYTHIAS., j j'worth -of dairy products I ute*;' ; ; ; JI, ,
t" VilagfapWa' latest"picture' with the northern markets, we are size \
; ,
with ,
supplying/: our .people' 4 : I
.
'Earle-WiUiams of
,, : u star posses one amount they.,shoald have. ao' \ ,
( .those romantic- examples of' a Damon'' .
which .
To show the interest lag ) "
and "
1rtendaJ faithful .
The
q > Pythias p ,:, 'd.v.lopedwithin, 'th. last few Is I 1 ( \ .

-'r' c>>.attachment"runs; through of, the story.'vith two: big-et. I result will give of the a few work facts of which' ; : of ;:4"\ dA' ''Wilson: & Toomer, Fertilizer Co. \
cJ
," ,' :v
.et. :' i ; ganizations and individuals. to ', : Maanlactaren Lisa. F rttlxera
S The film Is Th* Wo1t""aDradapta. "
f' Industry.tn club, :: *
tile
'.tlon-qf the famous stage- play, by'Eugene. mote- dairy V', "* ;Jciueavt. Fla.
Williams '600. silos ,have been built' Ing.,: ol .,- , '. ., .
Walter. Mr. ..
portrays last few dairy calf club : ;" ;, '
years; -
: the character ,"of, Jules Beanfcin Hia'1rtend -'been organized in several : ; '. .
ft a'French-CanadiAn"trapper.
; which are tick free} about -160 ; : ID "
half-breed.
.
Is Baptist-a -. 'At/-and girls have enrolled.There .of -.' - ;',- '

:,.? ?? ,tb*',,G1aitlo. .Wednesday. very little'pure brad stock : : ( : to two pound) :,Mr. Sanderson- and,JactSparllnc dnstrlal 'Index Columbus
; ,
t.f state a few years ago..The last openb ; Ga.; y
threw out the line Thursday ;
\, .
fi & kNp7IC E. )mention shows that i;we'' .had ; : $J.
.
It',U a',violation of,;the ordinances pur.bred dairy animals, and city,' "UIDe'small ad eaughtfinestring' ; .Voting i cards :printed by the ValJ J '
; :of Xissimmee to in.any.manner ob- number, has'. grtjy t increased;, the : ; mostly .ones, withone.exeep-. Cazetta 'Job Peparbner.1. v
:>.r1. al- : tin thatwelghs;1-4.' poundsfIf'by \ ;
'Ci!: 'struct the streets, sidewalks or 'pore prod dairy animals are count . .
,Jys.'J 'This"applies 'Ito, tb* "tyintf" of frequently! .bran aht ',, into those The : any 'chance you may": thinktherewa : ,
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a* the first winter of .' e ,t. '* certainly get yours when you lay your smoke arde on the table, S :..
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Red Cross sent to Serbia YOU
lon that effective I. for a tidy red tin or a toppy red bag of Prince Albert and roll a ._ .,.:U;=;

scourge of typhus, but 'fI. makin's cigarette I Youll want to hire a statistical bureau to keep count pomnd irb wont crymtml* onWtht 4te*,,:Me.dar:

n p State entered the .. 'l of your sraokestunts I Why, you never dreamed of the aport that lies _*MP_ Pwta*_AJberl I..

:tk Red Cross was able In t. '. . awaiting your can in a home rolled cigarette wha if* P. A. for the PW0
to send a full commls pmddnfl
on extensive relief
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the suffering ref 'fJ I, Talk about Savor I Man, man, you bav en't got the listen d half your

tortured nation. Hospi I (' amokecareer until;you know what rolling 'em with P. A. can do for your
the refugees fed ,
given medical attention :;..:..- contentmentl! And back of P. A.'. flavor, and rare fragrance-proofs of ;

b. ;:." Prince Albert -stand ezdnaive patented that
with much needed ; quality; our : process
farm machinery, and ...::1-. _... '.. :.;. \. ..... cuts out bite and parch I With P. A. your amokeaong in a makin's cigarette

to help the Serbs re MISS KATHLEEN MALLORY will outlast any phonograph record you ever heard I Prince Albertis

..to undertaken productivity for and the, Corresponding. Secretary, W. M. U., a cinch to rolL its crimp cut and mtmym put like m regular Dell '

children. The terrible Baltimore. Prince Albert upsets any notion you ever had aa to bow delightful a
which these helpless vic
war had fallen Is well Evidencing the larger sphere which jimmy pipe can be I It is the tobacco; that has made three men smoke

this photograph of a women have come to occupy In church pipes where one wan smoked before. It has won men all over the nation ______________
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..m.- girl wearing the rags life, as well ae other activities, when to the joys of smoking.
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.x Ddl of hopeless dismay the Baptist 75 Million Campaign was

sum Expert* she possessed when the decided upon at the meeting of the .R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY,-Wiiwton-Salem, N. C.
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.. tell you Southern Baptist Convention In Atlanta -. _ _ n ._ _ __ ___ _ __ __ _
i it..- last May, the women, through
TAIree BIG SUGAR REFINERY TO
e keg rille -- their regular organization, the Wo
BE BUILT NEAR MIAMI
t ,,. man'-e Missionary Union at once

__ agreed to be responsible for one-tlftt Establishment of a large sugar refinery -
J. near Miami is i one of the conditions -
This
of the sum sought, or $15,000,000.
chfo.p. j THIRD to a transaction just concluded VirginiaLee
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meant that the Baptist women of the
w by which the Pennsylvania Sugar
South will raise for missions of all Refining Company acquires from the

CROSS kinds Christian education and benev Tatum Land Company of Miami 20,-
000) of land the Miami
acres near
olence., the sum of $8,000,000 a
year
drainage Canal between the Magi :
DON'T CALL for the next five yeas In addition to City and Lake Okechobee. It is un- .

their contributions to local enterprise derstood that the Philadelphia con- i

and special work. cern has already planted a considerable -
'- acreage in sugar cane, for seed
Through the channels of the Wo- and that the refinery will
i purposes. Do You Know
t 'l1, 2 to 11. 1919 man's Missionary Union with head be installed as soon as possible, but

Co quarters at Baltimore Md., the Baptist that'owing to the difficulty of securing Her?
machinery and the delays arising
of the Booth have since
women .
from transportation it rnay be two
f I their organisation contributed: more years before the plant. is in opera-
than 5000.000 In cash to various denominational -
to Re-Join Ition.! Those that do are loud in her praise
With the
porposee. a a State Comptroller Ernest Amoswhen .
F trots Apply, and a-' I dltlon of boxes of fooct'and clothing interviewed last night concern- and devoted to her, delightful charac

external : lent to.orphanage and other benevolent ing the report that the state had recently .
of joints or j Institutions the total of 'thli' sold a large tract of land in teristics.

Instant I contributions through this channel\ lui the Everglades to a Philadelphia corporation a'clPr ..
oiled I NOT CO-OPERATING reached $5.710,433.71. said that ,this report in all Virginia: Lee.is
: thatIt
probability arose from the fact
nomical selling by j RCH OR T.M.CA: Miss Kathleen Mallory Is the corra- was necessary' for 'the governorand of remarkable pleasingand
spending secretary of the Woman'sMissionary
I his'cabinet to sign certain
Keep big papersIn
a
1 satisfying quality.
Ask your Oct. 31.-Special-The( ) Union and in appreciationof connection with the purchase by
ment. 35c. authorized; to the service she bar rendered In the Pennsylvania Sugar Refining
I meeting of the South that connection the Baptist women of! Company to clear up titles. Mr.
Association at Win- Alabama have establlsbeQ the Kathleen Amos! said that the refinery will be All of the Clma
14 and 15. have been Tf
t publication by Rev. W. Mallory Hospital for Women at the largest unit that can be successfully better ret> arrroa
Lalrhow-Fu Shantung, China Mist operated and that he under-

I"! I secretary is considerable: ac Mallory being a native of Alabama. tons stood daily.it is to have a capacity of 2000 tailers sell '

the bounds of the South Women of many of the other states
Mr. Amos said that he had no information them. AlwamA.
.. I Association (include have also undertaken. special enterprises regarding: the amount paid
and a part of Hills- ) of their own. Those of Georgia, for the 20,000 acres, but from'another
'I 3'' Habitual ) the forces of the Y. M. for instance, established the Ayers source it is learned that the consideration -

fe In ; Inter-church. World Hospital fot Women at Hwanghlen was $390,000. It is under-
1AX-rOS ; China, a girls' school at Tnmamoto stood that the corporation is capital- 1-
.. r repaired ) both of these forces japan, the Catherine Bryan Kindergarten ized at $3,000,000, in addition to the strike. The strike is broken now and I There 1 I. one !great movement be- .L
't, ,, Constipation. of all the School at Canton China,, and vaJue of the land purchased* -Tampa honey will soon be plentiful. ,ing promulgated in Florida which "fi
'should be ; the Mary P. Wlinngham School for Tribune. I Among other features of the coun- mean the saving of many "lives in :
to induce,., feel that our Baptist ty work this fall will be a drive for this state every year. It is a move- ':
Blue Ga. school
Oirls at Ridge a designed
Regulates. in harmony and sym LADY GRATEFUL FOR HELP i tree clubs. This will be done all over ment in which all schools, churches
,jer bottle. less 'co-operation' with & especially for the education of 'Florida In an effort to interest people lodges, and each and every organization
movements in this as girls In the mountainous section of. RECEIVED. tin planting trees. Peach and figs will can enthusiastically cooperate.This .
that state. Ibe stressed with continued efforts to cause involves the savins of
is be it resolved: Many of the other state unions have "For 15 year I suffered increasingly give prominence to the grape clubs. 'those Buffering with Tuberculosis,. 1tP
declare a* the Baptist special project: such as Good Wml .with stomach and liver trouble. Osceola: has the distinction of being|and also. the prevention of the dis
association: that we Centers In the tenement factory and Bloating with gas distressed m* very:'among the first counties in the stateto ease. The funds necessary for the
Be with either of mining district, where effort la madeto much and caused serious heart flattering organize grape clubs. war are obtained through the sale of
*; brlna more sunshine and enlightenment All medicines only relieved 1 i iI I Red Cross Christman Seals. This
we will so declare and and; love Into the horn and temporarily. I gave up hope of ever SOME PUMPKINS. __ county will be organized with prom-
: our respective churches being cured. My druggist advised me inent men and women taking the
4. ,pallor., ""TI tine of needy families, especially Miami Oct;; 22A pumpkin vine
petite date; one day to try Mayr's Wonderful I I one foot and three inches in circumference -,.lead and because of the worthiness
ask the hose of foreign birth; church building tie
newspapers Remedy I am feeling like a new one-half of of movement this county will do>
covering acre
by the bounds qf this bonds, scholarship for yoxrbg women woman since and can now eat ,anything which totaleda Hs full duty.
the Florida Baptist who want to obtain for simple land from one picking, .
training It Is
special with no ill results. a ( -- --- -
It Build Up full wagon load or 63 pumpkins
at Jacksonville to Christian ,servlce and similar\ unlettakings. harmless preparation that removes leaving 127 unmatured pumpkins atilion
over our names. the catarrhal mucus from the the Him- THE REASON WHY
StnB the vine, is growing on
[ D. Entzminger, R. E. The general W. M. U., representing Intestinal tract and allays the inflammation melwrlght tract near Lake Okeecho-
Louis Ents-
j There 1 t. Turnley; all the women of the Southern Baptist which causes practically all bee: pn the Hillsboro canal being
for a pal,'. McDowell Irvin J. W.Walden.Tuc invention, own and operate the stomach, liver and intestinal alimentsindluding I farmed by Mr.. Grear formerly of Explanation Given Which Explain
will,
,
and that I* Women's Training School at Loalsfffle. appendicitis. One dose Miami Garden Efficacy of 101 .
F J. L. Yeoman O. E.
;. convince refunded.. 3. Z.
Y .one ormore:... .- .Spal'kmanw... E. .-Xy...which has already sent out or money This gigantic vine was ,vtewe3T recently -j I
which of Griffin.- too tralaed women for pelal service Roberson and druggist' everywhere. by H. P. Downing of 600 Biscayne There are three important ingredients

,{ attention of la all parts of the. world; and has established Drive Mr. Young of the Young in Dr. Wiliams 101 Tonic, each
Unless such ,. ftargaret TREE CLUB FOR OSCEOLA. grocery on West Twelfth street A. one of which ha an important duty.
.
the for
,l weak white a Cold. fund sth.sducatfa 'Mil Albiaa Smith Osceola's efficient E. Fen .ef Ontario Mr. Foightenger They are Quinine Iron and Magne-
I pleasure to ( is often answered ta Ixt very a cold" as if'a cold oath theMM war ea.xat.rs er lal*>1 work. In making the official visits to the lake region last week. They all the blood of all Influenza, malaria or-
'of that \ ; of little consequence: loaaries on the foreign. Held*.* sad all parts of the county, reports con< wear to the truth ef the above state other harmful germs. The iron
........eher and beginning to learn the Fannie XL .. Heck Jfetaoclal aokurch tined: interest in her department.. ments. builds up the rich healthy strengthening -
.P.pto- cold Is a matter not building Mali, istaMBo..lB.tonor << fhe canning dub girls, and boys toe, ,The vine has had a prominent part I, blood which puts stamina into
dy for ) with, and that some of of one of the greatest leaders for that matter are new. preparing in recent social events of the canal I the weakened body and the magnesia -
: been disease start with Southern BaJUkt woaoaa fcaV feaowa, for their winter gardens, as the reont region, supplying the material for I acts gently on the liver and bowels -
tr physicians as the first indica- But InoWy toi .thinbWldrtb21beat eM rain[ nave put the grooM in a the' pumpkin pie which formed the cleaning away the accumulatedpoisons. '

';oI, nearly thirty : appear take Chamber- iaatkallooa* Well AST ***f tiff thT..,., more favorable condition for' their favored refreshment. .
SansdT... :luuwu ibex' ip6a.. .31to
weakened, eesnUismean l .4sv ef known
ewsNals
.MISK rC De *las t 'M condition, 11111 yon get rid roY your .. ,sir The summer garden have of This Mesa* T... worth lot the .treatment of Colds
add-&or 1 afiSger andThV remedy ee.oe tte -1IIe .fI fUlltoa'.O.f .ttfgs. coarse, matured, and in most ease > with .fc Grff ppe, Payer, Chills, Influenza,
1 impart l throw it off. irqi be relsH By. the actual toff beep 0.1&41-01. When yon get' up abad, taste ,and Malaria.; r
,Gad.* .l"e la* : 4teaa'ta. ; >e rasooa'iaerOloa. { .At the Clark Settlement,. whereMiss in your momh. a 'cuU''t1rft fe lblCr' I D'IriIw. last y.arII'1IIMat a jpjdemic -
pi ;a DtNT.AAIV'I'ru! ;' iw* Mara > I... Smith visited, this week, Rean, ho Teliafor 'feed knowthat! 111I/1/ .are contlp need ba the sales of :101 Tonic tnereasd -

.fa t not in : wa"nt0orr .ponoent. This; .i* J oaf
J'j'toe They
'\ ttr.Iii'o. / count y.,' f- thi and .anttrclMting ..rain ...f
course. Mint JtNsX' ax 'MU'- sugar can season are ;moved' plenty sf..the this remedy ,!u
+ T 'it .m : :tb. not only) pause an agreeable
a .G I chU riL*- letup he rlt u.I 1-,.r,1N, iNt.p,._ star ( the pleteeur.a cane 'merit'of the MMwetsv.but --deanse hell foe the .tneatmeat !lef ."..Flupit the
II ::raa W"al1Q. : OII v/e.111y1tssaWtt. >b.etl/Hts; ttsatlssrtsteeg'rewMr grinding ;Jam** .dark.: Mother club, Invigorate fB* '!gtommeh -.rad'hupSon i rat sign;of "Hn" or nalaeia mere'Dr. r
be fMebft. ihs vasek.t U. by.: member,::-" om'e fine era as a result 'the dtgeatitto. -0 !Williams 1014, onl.. 'A.' 26 and .iO'
"N "V Ilf W. .}forts,, ... ., ,..at botO may l>e.,'precmred at "
: .. the .,1aawe. .v&) .. et,Aso tell QItIi. "ha. number" o.r"bed I -e: job! t (
.,. ,. Ti eorosf a drug store.Accept t I
.- 0' .dees thsa\priaUae. ... ueR WI.! searee n till clubs but- Mea been Make the'mitora welcome.II .
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._ .. Too. ..ad .R quIto:: \ .."are\. .and!!lion;or'.b .. business and? ..corpora-.>> I
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notified and present ap,, and, to; do all everything '
.1 claim and demand whloh you, necessary to properly carry on lie I'
REX RUMINATES I either -of you, mar have against the ,buetn.ss to make, use and deliver its'
,. .state of' EL D. M alloy, deoeaaed, late of negotiable promissory note for any ,
FOR SALE! Osceola Countr. Florid. to the under. Indebtedness.. which said, ompany 1A
Ifrned AdmAn .tr.trla\ of said ..tat*. might Incur 'and to eeeure same ',,,.
A regular,old fashioned bandanro DatataeptrSth* from th* data hereof. trust deed, boar e, or any encir -
Budd A. D. m*. manner a. Its of directors1' shall'
marked the.
\ party
given by
" OUIDA. MAX.1XJT. .e* fit; to build, maintain, own and
,Prescott In honor of the birthday of Sl-lti Adminlstratris.IN \ kilns .' saw mills, planing mill, dry

his irrandauffhter, Mary. Dan was logging machinery and appliances
the fiddler and the he did make THH CIRCUIT COWHT.- .TAT OF.FLOR.DA turpentine stills and other' plants.
way HVKNTKRMTH JCDICIAI. ; for"; the production, manufacturing r
that fiddle whir was an invitation for CIRCUIT. OSCKOUA.' COCNTY. and commercial utilization of all kinds
REAL ESTATE every one in the room to dance. Ber IN CHANCKHY.H. of timber, and other forest productsand

tie played the organ,', and old and by-product! *to produce minismanufacture THE'UNI'VERSAL' CAR
,' and deal In
young felt the influence .of the music. P. 11.._.. Ce>..laljMt. V. mineral, and mineral oils, and phosphate all the

It,, was a grand 'reunion 'of the Aa._ W. H.e.breebt... ...sad Vleter.....J.. product and by-product thereof' to
Homes Groves Farms H.ak>rvht,< her 0.1. build. lease,
own. control charter and
Prescott, family, and that ''means in
operate tramways?, railway, engine Ford Delivery Cars are used fleets by many
something: There was at least' 100 It appearing; by' affidavit appended cars, vessels,', and other vehicles- ,of the largest business firms of the country.
them Mr Ike to the bill tiled. In the above-stated mean of
people of
t present, among ; transportation property
and LotsSPECIAL '
City Lanier, Miss Lou and Raymond. -. -< cause that Agnes W Humbrecht and or product, held,' owned or controlled This i is because the Ford Delivery Car has solved '
Victor J. Humbrecht.. her husUand.. the by the said << ,
corporation or other persons the of safe and with the
Bud lives about four Miles thU/ side defendant therein. named. ,' are nonresident corporation In oonnectlon with problem quick delivery 1 w
of Orlando and the terms uncle, of the State of Florida and the business of this corporation but not smallest possible expense. Easy to understand
aunt are resident. of the City and County'to u.. the same for the purpose of
grandfather grandmother was
to drive and durable. A faithful servant
of Philadelphia. State of Pennsylvania. doing the business. of the common 'I easy ,
40 .Acres-20 acre bearing grove, on the lips of most of the young; peo- ., each over. the age of twenty-one carrier; to. own operate, lease, hire, giving'years of faithful service. We can give
7-room house well for 25- ple present.. year.It.I; therefore. ordered that the use and maintain dock,, wharves els-
deep defendant b. and vators style of body want. One thing is
The Prescotts and their kin .are aid non-resident presses, tank. storage faclll- you any you
000. Half cash, balance, terms to hereby required to to the ties of
are appear every-kind to receive the retail merchant will make
numerous in this section, and have sled In sure1; 'every money
suit. . bill of oomplalnt said cause OR'or profit and toll. therefrom and tf
-many well. wishers. -before Mondali' the lit day of De erect and maintain tanks and warehouses by having a Ford Delivery Car. Come in. Let stalk
The gentlemen who so kindly re- cemberA.. otherwise the allegation for the storage of turpentine, We '
y of said. bill{ will be taken a* oil., rosin, cotton and other product a I it over. 'assure you genuine" Ford
membered Rex on his birthday have confessed by aid defendants and Issue storage or warehouse re. service with genuine Ford parts.
his heartfelt thanks. An outwardand It Is further ord.r.d that this order ceiptsagainst. the same to receive .
M. I. STOUTBuy -visible sign shows the use he be published once a' week for four -for all or anypart :
consecutive week In the KissimmeeValley :::n'lnt : subscribed- -::'on'.h: EI YI
had for donations. He not
the
may Oamette, a newspaper publishedIn labor, or...service. at a Just valuation
be able to return the compliment, In sad County and: State. thereof ar the discretion of the board OSCEOLA MOTOR, COMPANY {, -
1 though there is a possbility that he aoth day of October. \11. j of director and generally to have and 307-9 BROADWAY s

may be able to find some method of (SEAL) J. I Clerk. OVERSTREET.Circuit Court.1 I exercise to such the business power a of* may said .be corpora Incidental : v

being good to the donors. 8. H. BULLOCK, llTi'Ml"CI..rk.. tlon the corporation rfght' *. PHONE 1615.XISSIMMEE. ,'; FLA.
Hallowe'en was carried out in a KRI'B AKBRMAN A ,. .r.n4an"4f privilege I Incidental to +
Solicitor. for Complainant; 48t organised and existing .
very gentlemanly manner, just such ;r.onr.\: .' of the State of FlorIda -
.- as the young men of our city are cap- NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE I| ; to Issue ana deliver. It. bond and
and Sell able of doing. In most places people I other obligation for' value, and ae-
expect to have the roughest kinds of In the. Circuit Court, In and for O..i- 'our. same by trust deed or In any
ceola County, Florida. Judson Blade, manner It sees n -
jokes played. plaintiff versus. Mary. J. Prentls.. a* clauses shall be IIc7.n.'f.'ue.d a* Independent /
,
The Cornell boys have. taken full administratrix of the estate. of James business and power; and the 4; i a

possession of the ice plant at Apopka W. Prentls, deceased, et alia .defendant enumeration alffno special .business .fr- e r
.' *. Foreclosure. of Mortfraffe.. or power at.. held to limit or eEverybody
Old Hats -aTnePare-rnakinir-ft success of it. John To All Whom It May Concern: restrict In any manner. any other bual- 1 i

is the fro-between, as Mr. Butler does Notice I* hereby driven. that a* special ness or power of this corporation.ARTILB :
not wish to dispose of his services. master duly appointed. In. th"l I 111. i
above stated cause I will on the I The amount of the capital stock of
Edison and Henry constitute the reg.ular day of December, 1.1.. that being a. aid corporation shall b* $80.000. r- r"f .
@ force; Miss Jessie is to keep legal. idea day. and between the divided. Into three hundred shares of ?s
house for them and the leader-the hour. of legal. aale. In front of the the par value.of 1100.00.per share: all
Court Hou.e door In Klsstmtnee, Os- or part of the capital ,stock of said
mother-superintends this outfit. ceola County, Florida offer for sale oorporatlon may b* payable In. or Is
1 Our Circuit Court Judge, Andrews, and sell by auction to the highest and wed. or used. for the purchase of property ..,
Pi of all kinds. Also buy and sell appears to be a gentleman 'and a best bldder,-for cash, the followlnll"de.rrlb..d labor or ....rvlo.... In such -
real. estate. as the propertyof amount and at such valuation there
Christian. The Idea of opening court the. estate of Bald James W Prentls.deceased t're" fixed by the Board of Who .b Anybody. Advertises Their "Wants" .la The Valley tiaxette '1 1
old Coats and Pants, to sell at a with prayer is an innovation in the a. ordered. by final decree of o"Y.tb'a regular meeting, or a
community but one that could be said Court In. the above cause., to-wit: meeting called for that purpose.

reasonable price. Also Cleaningand 4 followed with propriety.The Beginning Section 31 at of the Township Southwest 25, cornerof South. I: The term for ARTICLE which this IV. corporation C. A. CARSON. President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary.; .

city has Floyd Tyson again on Range SO. East, thence run due Northto ,I ball exist shall be. ninety-nine years ,
(guard over the streets as marshal. low water mark. on shore of lake. ARTICLE V.

Dyeing of all kinds done. Floyd has had the position before Kant known 660 a.feet Fish, thence Lake. run South thence to South due hall The be business conducted of by said a corporation President, THE WATERS CARSON, GROCERY CO.Wholeiale

I and grave such perfect satisfaction line of said Section thence West. (60 ,VIce-Presldent. and SecretaryTreasurer .
that his removal was a detriment to feet to place. of beginning.. Purchaserto and a Board of Directors, .. the .

the city. Keep him now. pay for deed.KlBBlmmee. . :flaw provide. The office of Secretary. ,.. and Retail Dealers in
0. TI SIMPKINS Fla., Oct. 18, 1819. I and Treasurer may be held by the
Old Brother Temple has proc.red MILTON PL.EDOKR same person. The directors shall be
from the Dayton, 0., Mfg. Co., a so- C6-": Special Master.. elected. by the stockholders at each
.
; annual. meeting. ; all other officers of '
One Block From called fireless cooker. It's a strange . GROCERIES
Depot. this corporation shall be elected an.
NOTICE: OF EXECUTOR.
looking little thing, and thus far he (For Final Discharge.) I I nually by the-. Board of Director The
has not been able to move it in the I annual meeting of said corporationshall

'. right direction. .. Court ef the C..ty ........ Stale be held. on the second. Monday. .. ''n
In January In each and
every year .
...
ef Flenda O reola Co I I
James Davis Is constructing a ma- r.
at such hour a* may be fixed by theByLaws ,
chine which if he makes it work as I'I of said corporation, but maybe
!. re Estate .f Elbridsr Llbbr.Notice. 000. . . . . 4' . . . . 0 . 0 fi
: he believes it will, will be worthyof I I. hereby given, to all whom I I|'I such adjourned By-Law from time .to until time the a* . 000 I!

a patent, and we have no doubt It may concern that on the SDth dar officers. elected. may at provide the first; annual 4 0 .+. .

;: FOR that a sufficient number of them will of the November Honorable A. D.T. 1919 M. Murphy, I shall, Judas applyto j I.I meeting. shall be qualified. the buslpness WE SELL + WE BUY .
SALE
be used to make tho inventer a for- of said final Court discharge a*. Judge as Executrix of Probate of, for I' othis by the corporation following shall officer. be: conducted . 0 . + m

tune. estate my of Bldrlda-e LIbby, .... ... B. Drew. President. ; M. M. Over.tr..t. : o HAY 0 0. HIDES '0'
There are a number of candidates VIce-Presldent; M. M. Miller,
and that the time th.1
I at present on the market that's all ent my final at account same a* Executrix; : ; Secretary-Treasurer." I '' I .1 ', + '

,( Finished or U lU1Wlaed. right. Come on in; advance. so we .*aid estate, and ask for their An Board*following of Director shall until constitutethe those to. GRAIN .1 i 0 FURS. I I' ,'" t -;, ,'

One of the most substantiallybuilt I can Our pass laboring judgment.men In the- city ap- Dated June 14th. A. ETHEL r ,1m PARR I I:;elected be at qualified the first; B. annual. Drew. meetingshall M. MOverstreet 0 .. .,,' I." . I
M. M. Miller.ARTICLE FERTILIZERS
bungalow in Florida. Solid pear to be living up to the standard, SSoinmo, Executrix I I I VI. : : WOOL J i : ., I: l lto +
'and are well satisfied. The highest amount of Indebtednessor '
I cement foundation, asbestos siding NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY 1 !
liability to which I
I Paul Godwin'works on the fruit this corporationmay SHINGLES j
and roofing. Finished in FOR LETTERS PATENT. alr*ny time subject Itself -shall
.' boat .and' receives fair wages. His be One Hundred Thousand Dollar. 0 AND" t i : : +
paneled native pine,two fire places wife, at home, is busy from morningtill .Notice I I. hereby. given that the undersigned ARTICLE VII. to Et
to BOXES .
will apply to Honorable I The and residence of ORANGE I
the
night walhingfor other people, name I
and French '
fTt large porches many Sidney J. Catts, Governor. of the. State subscribers. hereto and the amount of o I'
j
windows, hot and cold water. and makes nearly as much as he of Florida at Tallahassee Florida on 'tock subscribed by them are a. follows I. ALL .II'I +
does. If that copula fail to lay by the 4th day of December 1919. for and the said shares hereby set ORANGt; WRAP I''' + (
large bath room, inlaid mirrors, something for stormy times we can Letter Patent to b. Issued to DREW- opposite their name are hereby *ubcrlbed'for : : ;

cot see the reason why. MILLER proposed* COMPANY. Articles.under of Incorporation the following - ,I Betij.. Drew: Orlando, Fla., 100 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 0 COUNTRY.. '. .. ; ,

etc.H. I From some cause there appears to : Shares'' +,
EDMUND SWABY OwnerNo. be a lack "sugar. If this thing continues BENZ" DREW. M. M. Overstreet. Klsslmmee, Fla., 4 '.
until farmers gather their iM M. OVERSTREET.: 100 Shares. . .. CRATE NAILS .' ' / ., : J..' ;,' 'f PRODUCE''' .
our M., M., MILLER. M. M. Miller Klsslmmee, Fla..,' 100 : ; .
9 Orlando Avenue": lupr 'cane it will certainly be an in Share + .,. ,-.,., .." ..{. ; ,'.,.J' ')., '"Y'1 "". .'.I. '+
"
464tpd.: ducement to them to make, every ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION STATE COUNTY OF FLORIDA QF; ORANGE >) <' 0. 0 0000 0 000 0 . 0 P . + .... 4' .
pound of'the sweets they can. a.'orl.t.
"
We, the undersigned, hereby On this before ', \"" ',-.1).1" p"", I
v I I Our county is not generally un- ourselves. together for the purpose me, .d.Jofo'Pa.N.rlo and for 1 '. '. ... )l ,"' -' '
''dentood. Jusfthink: we have .8322D4 ,- of forming andbeginning a corporation aid County and State duly qualified, I t' ;"'
It is true that 50,000 under. the Laws of the Stateof B. Drew well known to me to be the We sell field> and Garden seeds of all kinds. ... ]

r FRESH FRUIT- bead acres.of cattle roam over a over part of it, Florida and ,subscribe and do hereby the following adopt, deClare a*. the person foregoing described proposed In and'.who charter executed and ;' We give special attention to fitting out hunting'and camping: parties. aWe

and hogs almost without number. the Article of our Incorporation who subscribed the same, and lie acknowledged Free delivery in city: limits. "Phone No. 12. ''

I ; The farmers have their rich home The name ARTICLE of thl. corporation I. shall and subscribed before me th* that same he for executed the- are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask. us for circular'andprice.on'fertilizers.

FISHand farms on, such creeks. Crab Grass be DREW-MILLKR COMPANYt and uses and purpose therein expressed.1In ... i .1-1' '
Sand Gully, Bull and Jug, and there It* place of business .hall. be -conducted I witness whereof I have hereunto i ,
JI
richest State of Florida and other set my hand and affixed my official
there of the
i is to be found some -
State! of the United State of Am.rl1 1 Iseal I at Orlando,, Florid., this 17th day ,
land in the state of Florida. ca, and In foreign countries, wherever of October 191*.
; Oysters at The Fennell garden still continues necessary or convenient The principal (Notarial heap ETHEL BARLOW: yl
1 I the Mabbett street wonder. It's ..proprietor office of.said Company shall be at Notary Public, State of Florida. My l
6 Klsslmmee, Florida, but the said corporation Clramls.lon Expire Feb. 17. 1110.
knows, no such word as may establish branch offices STATE OP ) i -1 "
503 ".top." He has met with some disappointments at any other place In the State of COUNTY FLORIDA OLA 5 Walls:
Beautiful
[Broadway but as a garden it has Florida, or In any other State of the On this day personally appeared before .that.
United State of America .
or In any me. 'a Notary Public In and for
been a paying investment.The foreign country.' aid County and State duly qualified.
: \ Democratic rooster has finally ARTICLE] tl. M. M. Overatreet.. and M. M.: Miller, ; ;

FISHMARRET convinced his family that strikes are The be transacted general nature by. the of said the corporation businessto well. rltCSOWi'tt.are: .:gobo executed the persons the are easily! kept bright! :, ,

; bad thinJrllif and universally cans. shall be a* follow. .: To hold, foregoing. proposed. .charter- and who I; ,,1< .
.. says that, will do for own hire control, work, 'develop. sell. subscribed the asms, and they severally and freShI ;
men who are tired'of work and wanta convey, lease., mortgage. pledge, exchange ,acknowledged before me that Li cr
cultivate. Improve and otherwise they executed and subscribed the
ALICE BRAOf AND HATS. rest but With, them it always In
}. deal and dispose of real estate, same for the a*** and purposes there
makes more trouble than it does timber land, -and standing timber In expressed. -, . '
the
.
One'Qf most sets in
prominent You'n
4 without limit a to amount 'In the In witness whereof" I.r'lav.. h.r..unto save the expense'and inconrenience
Alice Brady's latest, Select Picture, /good. > State of Florida, knd In any other set m,. hand and affixed my official
."Marie, Ltd.," which can be seen on Rex leave this article with many State or State of the Ualted. State eal at Xlsslmmee.,, Vlorill.hI.. tlnd of frequent' redecorating when' iou finish; '
Monday at the Casino Theater Is a things unsaid, but we are in an awful and in.foreign countries, to do any day of October, 111. ,", ,

reproduction of .one of' New York's hurry this morning,, and the public and all thing and appropriate Improvement for of the development the Notary(Notarial Public Seal) State LEWIS: of Florida.O-BRTAX." My '.your:VaDs and ceilings'with .Pee'C;ee Flat*. {

', :o finest and most'1 exclusive hat shops. will have to put up with, as. same for. agricultural and other. purl ,Commission Expires Fed.. 7, 1ISI- koatt.If soiled moiSt Will make *
,,1t.11 an exact replica of this fashionable1 pose for which the same may b..d..ft.dl DICKINSON DICKINSON, : a sponge .
: . to subdivide. large, bodies of -
for ,
.; establishment and was put .p in A drive for' Red Cross-membership .la. :tmlrti:" lr.drrtoro Attorneys Fla Ineorporatora 0..tr.1 t.NOTICB. them blight and beautiful I'.
f *he studio at is Ites, .. again.'r......... '.
j, ;1 great expense. roll for the coming year now on residence or business. and to make __ V ,., --. __ .. -. '
I I hand. Any one with a beat and I a ouch ether Improvement a. may benecessary 1 --.:. -
'
e ...tlpatioa.lIost dollar can Join. upon such farms or lots to
will
: i Sealed. bid received by' the .
encourage In any way the cultivationof R -
laxatives and Cathartics afford "s
the Boll and to assist In disposing of Board 'tt County Commleloners of O- "
only temporary relief and It. a when grown," upon the ceola. County. Florida up to 10 a. m.,
ho.ld be used only for that purpose. 'LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS' products the .world, erert canneries,; November the >rd. A. D. 1919'on furniture
and to'/do all other thing necessary for thf new vault a* per blueprints "
When you want permanent- relief to the proper care of same; to cut, on file in the Office of the Clerkof 1
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I .take Chamberlain's Tabletsand be NOTICIS TO ,(lREDITO... fell .work, manufacture, produce, buy. the Circuit Court, Kleslmmee Flor 'Save: : '*!
I>ireful to observe the directions with -' Sell, and deal. In lumber1 log,, crossties ida. i . ,: "
teach package. These tablets hot only !. c.:i rt.t Sae c..ty J.dg., Oseel shingle.*, and '.' all article and The Board reserve. th*.right to n* /
,, and all bid.' urfacc'-
c.-t7, State ef FleH4etm product and by-productmanufactur- j.a.any t'e $
T i ;(move the bowels bat improve the appetite ed or derived from pine, cypress or . ..' !... OVHRSTRBBT. n..n; DdIt.' I1d Oi F_
"fit < and strengthen ,the. digestion. ri Eata.-ef K., D. ..11.7'. other kind of,timber; to buy, sell deliver Clerk of the Board of County Commissioner .
and deal In' groceries, eoramleeary *, of Osceolk. Counter Florida/ .and : 1-1ot
a To all-Creditors e.11 Persons, Iterate bavlnc* DtitHavteeand Claim-" -dry---goods.bardware-and L Lends iaelf; to the"mod utinie'daond a effects''' :!you,; -': .9

Welcome the touriiW., said Bstate all kind of general merchandise and ' ; I
} or Demand against : agricultural product at'Wholesale re- IN VHB COURT OF COUHTTT JUDGE ) a mr1'-j yonr l a .>t yes white- 'Sav,, All '.,
tell." and on a oommlsslon;, to Ituraise O.CHOLA COUNTY FLORIDA. >-. :
r, v vO a 0 4 v 0 ; sell and deal In'oath J' and all .and 24 deep, ricn; ; velvety'colors, c1a"d not ,. :"" : ,'f
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other kind of live stock and pasture Notice I* hereby given to all whom ". '!::f

lends and cattle .. to bur own I It may concern. That I Elisabeth Cotterman. fade aria..wg11 list_(OI''eaIIo ... .: a Iu, 0-' ,
License
Tax NoticeNotice Mre. mortgage, lease, pledge. sell and a* guardian o1 Rebeeca'Ellzaboth : -. ,
1t otherwise deal In, and dispose of all Cotterman. a minor child of Andrew -'I' .A.Ir.r-w..tt.; .....!..,......... I 'y m u
klndf of personal property; to act a* Cotterman. .s_..
: 'is 'hereby given that state and real purchase estate aItd brokers sale. of and real agent estate. for of the all Honorable 4th day of T.November M. !Murphy 1915.apply CountyJudge.tn to nT oo k...+-y am.SwEOSCEOLAHARDWARE'- ,\. t

kind.; to. establish and maintain and for said Osceola Count r"I
1 county el1se taxiotiv occupations, prpfesslons farm, gardens and 'truck far..*.- toral.e at hi* office.In Klsalmme In aafd.ICO..nty ,1.
live stock to establish dairy at 10 o'clock a.. m.. or a. soonthergarter COMPANTDUtribators
etc.,:are due:and payable at' this office farm, chicken farm, to erect and a* the -matter can be beard 'for Pee-G.."" Paint 1 Products } .a .,
construct and operate law mill' and for authority to sell at '.
t on October '1st.: All' persons firms oV crate factories, foe factories., and. cold vate sale, the said minor undivided Klaafasusiee; Florida.}f "
storage plants, and to operate the. one-fifth Interest In the foU"wln".de-
corporations liable for this 'tax who have same; to manufacture., purchase sell scribed real estate.Ituate In said '
and .deal In fertiliser and I.rtlia.lnlrmaterl.I. County to-wit: i
sAme *,, crate, barrel, boxes, and Lot Seven (T) of Arthur XL! Done- (
; ; not paidthe on or before' October material necessary, for peeking gan. B.. C. Miller and H. day Stan '
fruits, vegetables, and other farm ford's Subdivision of' part of Block I 1 a
25th 'will be reported to' the. Prosecuting product and to deal In any and all I Eleven (11) of the South;: Florida' Railroad ,
other supplle* for ..orchard, grove -Company's" Survey. of the Town ,...,
j > Attorney of the County: :Court for immediate and farms; to manufacture, lease., bur of Klsslmmee City. The- said Lot Set- & Yv
and sell farm Implements, apparatus, en. being: a part of Lot Eight of said
' tool and machinerytrastlon.. engines, Block Eleven a* subdivided and shown
; prosecution. :If in.doubt,. to whether you and power engine and all other article by plat flldd. Also, the same undivid
; *and appliance used In'connection edInterest In Lot Thirteen (II) andSixteen .
: are liable for any such tax! :write or call .on with and necessary for the proper ((1C of Bloc)* Seventeen. (t'7),
cultivation and operation of farms, a* shown on plat of Klsslmmee Park, Northeast corner of the Northwestquarter containing 1 acre. more or, lea*. Y
3, > the undersigned. C. "L. ',BANDY fruit farm, garden grove and truck 1 on-record: In Plat :Book No. 1, page 41, of the Boutbwest- quarter. of Which application will t>. baaed neon +,
farm.; to ; Tax Collector. and carry out contract of every sort ten acre run thence North tll.il feet along the Court +

I 11' N: : and kind with any person, ''firm Association Also, the same undivided Interest- Inthfollowlng County Rod thence East Cfl West ELIZABETH COTTItRItAN OaardUn.' 4 ;
'ti.a private public or : B..lrln.t.. point >4I thence SooTh "1.11 feet, thence G tIQatoberZn1
.' 00' " *lf O"t" v .v vV. ..66.. *0 municipal corporation or: body poJIUevui .further-: feet East and 1281..I feet North of tILe $85.5'feet to place of>. p.gtnaipg, and , ," JH.,' i.- u..&. )4t'i
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;; 'FinanciaLStatement>< t'k of Band.., AROUND THE WORLD _.. I . '
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'', Kissimmee. Fla., Nov. 4th,,i919.,

_ionj, City Council. City of :Klssimmee. Fla.) ,
i) Dear Sirs We respectfully submitl financial reportofth. KhsaimmesConcert Qa German Soil. Cold Weather

f' : Band .for. th.. month,ofOctober, as followDalnee -\,1*,,,' "
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n on hand ...-__.______--.-._-+.,.-.-.-'."----.-.------.-."* BO.OO B-" t'' "., .. :,
To June Warrant'Clty of KI..lmrn.-------. .. ...:....- .. 26'00 -- T
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Loan from tltatot Dank "- ----- -- i'
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Citl.enr ..__. ____. .. '.
Coll .. _...,_ ( { 4
Oollwtlonfrom Fund from City: of KtralmmM.._. .-.-*... . 71'00'' 1} m r.jo\ . .
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31 'Ung-K-m.nt. ,. Orlando." I). O. K. K.OhMk -,,------- -- - -? :t ;- .{. : j8 I
i $853.23: "

ll.Check Mule ___... ....r-----.-------.--..I R.21 : "t'f
No. Cash I Harnhou-e, ,Muslo .+....-----..----..--.. 13.40 / .>..,.
1* C.
No. .
IL I --..-+-...--.......... .80 ,.}<<' l
Check Cash >
No"
4.60L i > -
,* 'Ch.rk No. H. Valley .tie.tatlonery7! a16d i'rlnUn". . 1.00 > 41 } .
I'o"uu"e -- -------- ---'.-- *
Check No. II.Chcrjc Ca.h. --- -- __ .. 2.98Check' ,
No. 16 1..m. L. Lupfer. parcel Post. MusloO. n Specials
1600
.t Cherk No No.. 17.18.: ShearousI'o" and Kxpn-M-
ire
Chack No. 19. U. M. .
and C. M. patch.Orlondu players 10.00
Check No. 20. C. 18. Mmpuii it-v 1 .
4 Ohvrks .oi'a $1 and it Checkn not drawn._.____ ___ ___ 60.00 .
Check No O. M. ShfHrousa,' Salary____,___-___.___.__ _u____ 1.110 y,;, 1 qw ... .
Klllmoro Mu 'rb < 0. n 1
24.
hk No.
-Ohei'k No. 85. Fllltfiorn Muslo On _..__n_______.____.____ ft.oo "
25 00 }
.s Check No. a6. (1. M. Sin-arouse, Music Halary____!__-_-_---_-__--_-__----__--_-_-_-_ 10.110.I 2 .
Check No. 27. Carl Fischer ________ ____.___ _______ 25.00 4 Cold .
Check No. 2*.- JoIlate. Hank. :Note -- weather is and is the time be
1 Check No. U. C. U Hamhouse.-Music._________________. ..8" ar (4,, coming soon now to
____ 1.00
Check Check Check No.No.No. SI.SO.S3. U.fash n. iii.l. Pentane BII Nhcnroaer.rn hUll", ". Hnliiry WusloWfsicrn n----n---------_n___.__.;______=__'_,_-u.----________ 1011,110 1 K.79,40B.II7 gin to think about buying something to keep warm with.l.' .S

Check Check No.No. S4.SS. CaRh, Chlale U.or. __Co.__ ----r----------------__________._____________ .
e Check No. St.Check lash, ICxpress on brume n ______......______ 1.70
No. S6. Hou. Kx Co. C. U. n.n. .1 Blum_______TrapCnsh _____-_-------s--__ ___ SS 5,.07 05 f We Mention Few of Our Specials:
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Check No. S7. MUHlc. C. un
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Check No. SH. Carl KIsrlMT. Music _____. .._ 1.2H i-
C. O. 1>. MuklcCnsh. .::_ _______ 1.25Ch..k ; ,
Check NI> 19CHm I Uupft-r. u
Nn. 40. *Pruin Holt ____..__n___'___,_u_____ 1.29
Check NOB. 41 to 66 IM'I.) nicinlicTH' Hluirr.oilnn.li. l>. O. K: K. 47.25 Large Size Colton Blankets pair______$ 3.50 Ladies Winter Weight Shirts ________ .75
Checka N.... 41 to 88 hid.. meml..rR. II h.",. 1."U-lUu_. __ 328.CO I

Halsnca ,on" hand I __.__.,_" _______._____ ___.___ ______ 11..96 I In the City Square of Treves Germany (Same Price as Last Year.) '

$sa3s2t1. :: headquarters of the allied military Wool Blankets pair _______________ 5.0 tMen's
v M. SHEAHOUSE.: JR. Ali\ft MacDONOUQU.Manager.. forces, an ancient cross surmount
.7.1 Secretary I ed monument iiuirks the city's center"of Winter Weight Underwear, gar.I .
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a - I trafllc. For this r en son American I
.OOOO..OOOOOOOOOOOOOO Red Cross officials converted It, at meat .98
Size Comforts and 5.00
Large each $350 ----------------------
shown h.T this picture Into a directoryof '
all Red Cross activities In the city. .

JUST { Ladies Long Coats each.___________ 12.50
: NOTER AUTHOR DEAD. Outing ,by the yard. beat grade. yard__ 33 ,

i Mrs. Ella Wheeler Wilcox, noted
author and poetess, is dead after Child n's Coals in all sizes at very
months of illness brought on, it is
,said, by a collapse resulting from the Wool Serge all staple colors yard____ 1.25 low price.
war work she engaged irt in England.] .
Her death was not unexpected by
. those who shared the seclusions of
RECEIVEDI her home. The exact nature of her Children's Union Suits all sizes each Sweaters for Men Women and Children II85c II
final ilJness is not stated.

r I Mrs. Wilcox had been constantly and ____- _______________ __ 1.00. from 50c Jo __________________ 7.00 "
months. :
under medical care for '
During: her illness overseas messages -

H Our Fall Line of Oil and : !covery.tol She friends regained;despaired in a of measure her re And hundreds of other things you will have to have "l w

her strength and in July was brought:

c Wood Cook Stoves Oil i to New York and then to Bradford in her in sooner or later.
fulfillment, of a desire to be I ,.
t own home, the place wherein most of :
and Wood Heaters Refrigerators t i her literary work has been done, and I Better Come Now While They Last At These Prices.
j where with Mr. Wilcox she had entertained .
friends from all over the ,
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Chairs Rock- Ii world.! Mrs. Wilcox was in her <4th
year and was a native of Johnstown I'
t Center, Wis. She was married to Mr. Dollar Limit Store
i\ ers, Etc., Etc. Ii Wilcox in It 4. Her literary work 1
of
r \ l ld embraced a large number books

both prose and poetry, and she was anontrlbutor ,
I Ie tfc publications. '.
<< many "
e Call and See Them and Get Our Prices Perhaps she is -best known to the
I G. W. PERSONS COMPANY
public through her verses of wise
counsel and cheer and while friendsthe I ''J
world round will mourn her decease i
it seems a fitting close to such ,
a life that she really made the "su- .

C. H. GRANTHAM TA, Satisfactory Store 'j' preme sacrifice." 1"
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Jf A want ad. in the Valley Gazette tie and fruit show instead of a regular was refused.
oo.oo o oo o oo ooooooooooo will rent your spare rooms.wOOD. ABOUND THEWODLD ] fair. Although] Commissioner Clerk Overstreet was. instructed to
14 Partin made a motion to take over draw warrant for $510 for the purchase
- -- -- WITH THE the .property and B. II. Guy seconded from W. II. Kempfer, of Deer

.. .oooo..oo.o..o.o.oo oooooooooooo. oo o S AMJm.Ij\\ it, it was decided to pass the matter, Park of 17 lots, which lots are covered
a over until the next meeting. by the right of way of the St. I
:' The board purchased a quantity, of Cloud-Melbourne highway.
I At !
: No I Increase in Price brick from Emil Mach for $35 !per Clerk Overstreet read a'letter from
.I : thousand Rod: Superintendent: F. A. Stroup offering to build the

.., j ,'. ,..." -'. mar to make the count and report at fence on the two mile right of way ,
4 I, "'"', I -..1.#.,",. ,", J" the next regular: meet'ng.?' of the Fish Lake road 'at A cost .of
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\" '" .:. '-""" A request from Dr. P. Thor Weaver 1000. As.the,board considered it
: of Ice I .for the paynent of his expenses could do this work cheaper the clerk "
.... for August, September and October, vas instructed refuse the offer. Y

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t rt + I have now ready for, delivery a r'' I

Buy Tickets and save time and money. Osceola Hardware 'Co i

.: wi .Ticketsj! >n.sale. by drivers of wagons at the following prices: large quantity of both Stove and 1 1The :


21 5c Tfc1 eta, good for 10 Ibs each_____,.---_-,.;.-----.$ 1.00 Fire Wood, and am prepared to Located Kisslmmee's '
f - on .
,' .*2I JOe Tickets, good .for 20 bs each___________________ 2.00 I ,

.22 25c: Tickets, good for 50',Ibi each____________________ 5.00. deliver on short notice. Price supplies'veritable turned out mountains by the millions of relief of BUSIEST CORNER!
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chapter workers during the war
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r,. j" made the American Red Cross one of .
1Driven 1y
'are instructed t. give full weight Complaints win re- the biggest "manufacturing concerns" ;
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In the world, with great warehouse
.?1-.., ,},, Tceive prompt attention.' epdce at 'scores of strategic points aU '
D.RotundoPHONE 'around the globe. I
: R.. t. BUTLER: Manager One of the biggest distribution ceo-: '

ten. was at Salonlkl Greece and in '
10.1at
fa :. : :'(,KISSIMMEE' ICE & COLD STORAGE CO. 57. 44-tf this picture Bulgarian prisoners of Tourists

\. .' war are seen there unloading a Bed ,
. . - - - - - . _. Cross cargo of 2.3OO boxes from a -
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French At the right Is
transport.
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Lots of tourists from :
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far-away' ,
'i; steen one of the American Red Cross .

camions, fleets of which were used In states are passing oar store daily. : 'I/
where the suffering
relief to
rushing pointy
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... was greatest. They are an interesting people and ;\

we are glad to know that so many. I.. ..
3. .,. PROCEEDINGS OF THE I ,
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3.x 'r". -. COUNTY COMMISSIONERSContinued
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:. ''k.\1. ,' ',"..:i.I such bad repair aa it is-now. He With this in view we have laid
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"' > I also] state dthat the Johnson Islandat
. was without pen's and this matter i in a large stock, of Household goods

C. : was left to the. discretion of Commissioner . '- such as Beds> Spring. Mattresses,

The ? Installment Plan : : X The October E. L.estimates D.' Orerstreet.for work on Rugs Furniture of all sorts, Queens- ?a,9

the St. Cloud-Melbourne highway ware, Cooking Ut'ensits( not to men*'
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were presented by the clerk, who '
ll' .
:1. asked for instructions as to payment. e lion our large stock of General Hard- .

: t !t You can buy or,bank, $1.00 ,a week. on the installment pi... One. Attorney that the ten Johnston per cent advised to be the retained board ware.We 4'
under the contract until the completion ] aw' ready for the biggest sea
t means Debts and tae other1 Dollars. Which do' you prefer) considered .I
should be
of he-work ,
t ) t made because son that ever happened..and hope to -
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'j 1 before this payment was .
.' $1 of the,fact that it had not been have the pleasure of showing
f!: If you' pay out $1.00 a ,week at the end of the year you have a retained prior to July fat and the .. yeu

I e t bundle of receipts. ,If you bank $1.00 a week at the Citizens Bank engineering company was still ahead through our atbre.
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tJ: e -'i at 'the end"of the year you will have* $52-and the interest it has of some the discussion county in this"Commissioner" respect. After Par-

;: earned. "". -"of tin made a motion to pay the October .
et a estimate which motion was secondedby Gf

eeUf B. il. Guy, -Commissioners,:voted-nr-, -OverstreetandMaeh hair- L_____.-!__._..---.:'-:__ ,_ \ -__-':-__ _h.'_ ,,r
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i : man A. F. Bass cast the deciding ,r /' .
-Citizens'Bank vote in-favor, of the motion.S. .
rerMIVraKr v DEPOSITS: IX Lupfer, as president of the,
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40 '. Osceola County Fair Association, I Osceola 'Hardware Co.
t.. A .. OF KISSIMMEE V waited. on the board.to know whetherit I
INSURED would take over the fair ground

,I f.., : ..,..b.. "::. ,", .. d 1 epees property and eonddct the next fair I ,
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:4' The bank with the
ability
\, : :" U.Wuuul.. ; I'I fie stated that his opinion was that I

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