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 14, 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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Volume ID: VID00933
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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M. KATZ DIED HOSPITAL" i it Revival Services LUNCH. ROOM _.FOR SCHOOL

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t AT :BALTIMORE NOV.: 8TH Revival Services: will be held! at the Methodist J church-I .CHILDREN PROVING POPULAR H


begianing'next; Wednesday, November 19. Rev. ,C:; M. .
--' Dupsway the noted evangelist) assisted by P. M. Boyd
M. Katz, one of Kisslmmee's prom*]|l. .';'c( ted 'In' business (with' their musical) director:, and F W. Very proud' it the Mothers-Teach nated to the fund, said; "I send five
will
Twilley I
pianist
conduct
Inent business men and well known father. f : ers club because of the successful ''children into town whom I shall be .
citizens, died last Saturday Novem- |I I Other near relatives are two broth. the wrvices. These gentlemen come highly recommended development of the lunch which glad to have served a Warm lunch '* ,1

ter 8th., af* a hospital. in Baltimore, ers. 'A. Ray and Ieier Kate, of Bal. 'and the good work they hav," accomplished in other sec':: was opened Nov. 5th room for it Is no easy job for a mother. to
After a short illness. tlmoreJUd., and five sisters Mrs. A. tiont of the country'will doubtless be repeated in Kitsimmee. With no-operation of a ,i put 'up lunch for five children." a
pro-
His wife and two sons Howard I. Weinberg. Miss Sophie Katz, Miss All denominations incited II Iv. school board, the former One mother in town living not far
and Edgar were with him at the Rebecca Katz and Mrs. Esther Sack- are cordially' to come out and Baptist gore church has'' been equipped from the lunch room, said: "My husband -

time of his death, the two' sons erman of Baltimore, and Mrs. Victor take part in these services with kitchen and lunch room facili is gone all day. I Intend to

being summoned by wire when.. his Rosewater, of Omaha, Neb. . send my children to ,the lunch room
condition became serious. During the residence of deceased in 0- >< Wl W > 4 v4> ties.With the from that I may have the day for my
v generous response
,
His remains were laid away in Kissimmee he was shown: many I our town people the sum of $50 was work, besides I can't get them as
Baltimore, Monday and the hour marks of esteem and trust. He became donated to .pply. on the first month' good a lunch at home for 40 cents." fy

from 2 to 3 o'clock in the Afternoon the vice-president of the State I 'expense (of food and director's ..a1.lary I So the stories come and go. Many *t
was observed in Kissimmee by the Bank and was made treasurer of the' ) after which the project will be. kind words, once in a while a helpiful .
all of business in American Red Cross during the war kick to us on. +
r closing of places 'st Cloud I -supportin it is hoped. spur
honor of the man who for so many activities. He was a Past Master of Department | Each day since the opening. average .4 I Let ns suggest .you visit the lunch ,
years had been their associate. the Masonic Lodge and had been of 150 pupils'have .been.served 'room. You will be delighted with
Moses Katz wa* born in Port Deposit treasurer of that fraternity for ''a at ten cents each under the good behavior and the orderliness
Md.t. November 26, 1858. and years. hunch of Mrs. Steed director'of' it all.. Every day two or three 44
AND NOTES FROM ST. ,
NEWS CLOUD. THE
moved to Baltimore in his childhood, The people of Kissimmee reposed "WONDER CITY. of the lunch room who is an |mothers go to the' rooms to assist in
where he- was educated in the public absolute confidence in his honesty BT OUR 'REGULAR <:ORRII.P l'iDBlIfT.' dietician. The Mothers'exper.lanced serving, and the high school girls are

schools.He and integrity and there are a host of : ., Teachers club worker, heroically for very kind in their helpfulness. '
went into b mIneain Mays- friends her who will long honor his this--another civic asset With I I Let ns suggest you drop in to note ; ,

ville. Ky., in 1882 but came to Flor memory for his many kindly acts. I The New England Society' held I, Mr. T. L. Comer of Indiana has I energy and self-determination super they the beam of pleasure shown by the1' ,
,
I ida about two later, and the > Shortly before his death he wroteto primary-little pl..ote, their, {
years (
not solicited funds
their first of the
I, meeting season returned to our city. ,| only -not only ,, ..
following Miss Sue business associate in Kissimmee manners. One little girl remarked
year brought a ,Tuesday afternoon in the upper G. A. I Mr. Turner of Youngstown, 0., has solicited the good will of public opine -
Belle Clary here from Kentucky as saying in part, "If'I am called to go :'R. Half with a goodly number in at returned for the winter. ,ion but with scrub brooms and brushes 1"0 the lunches are so good and they il
his bride. He has lived here since. I am content," which is the expression 'I tendance. Ml'etrnaopened by singing -I I Francis Frenoh came in Tue.d.yevening. they'.pplled their skill! for the different every day and different'ladies i

that time. of a duty well done and a mindat America." Prayer by the chaplain He has just lately returned perfection of cleanliness, hence' thespotless '1 too, to waft 'on us every day", :..,
l One
His first business connection in 'rest.OUIET. big strong boy on returning-his
'
Mrs. Currier. from overseas. I condition of the old church! :
Kissimmee in the Makinson- ( plate remarked to Mr*. Steed "thatwas
Katz Mercantile was with L. I The secretary and treasurer's report I Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Jones, Mrs. A. The lunch room was not established big enough lunch for any' boy.
Company
'REIGNED HEREON U. as a charity center neither it
was then given and committees Cooley arid Mr. Beaver, motored was '
If have
not visited lunch
the
Makinson his The
C. as partner. you
site where C. W.Griffin's ARMISTICE DAY appointed to elect 0 I ficen. to Kissimmee on Wednesday. 'created to be a source of profit It room, dOJo. If haven't contributed .
store occupied te I is it will you ;
Mr. and hoped
'. brick store now stands. The I I!I A letter from the president was Mrs. Alonzo Vincent are 'I I. The world prove self-sustaining.Not of you may yet desire to do so, 1
... Firm failed shortly, and later Mr. Armistice, t>a--was celebrated in then read. A recess of 15 minuteswas spending a few days with their moves on. many for there is a place for a little char- ,
''' us who bought hot lunches
older
Katz opened his store at the corner Kissimmee as a holiday from laboro. given to pay dues and get act (Ashton.daughter, Mrs. Grip Prather, near when we are went to school. Not ity. Or maybe you'd like to' donate '

of Broadway and Possiel avenue and for the stores, and other places of quainted with each other. The meet- rode in school bus either manyof a towel or some kitchen utensils yet'
paid up all his outstanding debts as business closed their doors early. In ing was' then turned over to Mrs. I Dr Wheatly and' father came in centralized us a school. Neither toa lacking. Mrs. S L. Lupfer sent up .
a member of the defunct firm, it is many cases the Kissimmee people '' tempted spend
said. motored to neighboring cities where'gram. ,I has lately returned from nickles many and us dimes for all-day suckers our, be you'd like to help' serve the platesonce

In addition to the fine dry goods elaborate celebrations had been plan1ied I! Song-One verse of the overseas. and ice almost in a while. One of the greatest
Mr. David Coon cones now available on -
left last
St.r-I
1 store which is considered one of the to honor the day, and welcome Spangled Banner. I Saturday lessons we learned in the war was q..
i, for the Soldiers' Home every corner.
best in the Mr. Kate owned oth- the returned soldiers. I, I' at Johnson "Something for others.
city.
1. small Selection on violin by Mr. S.mpI City Tenn. I|I But now to meet the changed conditions -
In the evening some boys MRS.' FRIPP Club Secretary.The .
er valuable property including a'' ,
amused themselves with running son, accompanied by Miss Cuba Nes- I Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Houston and all the larger towns have 1
productive citrus grove at Finny bitt. Mr. Beaver, motored to Melbourne these lunch rooms. There is one lit- -
the streets dragging a string
I Point. of about behind their vehicles I I I Reading Mrs. Rose Beless.Readinar Mat Friday for the week-end. tle girl who is the first one picked 'up Mo bers-Teachers club Is busy '
In 1912 Mrs. Katz passed beyond which empty cans practically the only sound' -"Got His Scripture Mixed )I I Mr. Pride and daughter, Mrs. Elliott by the St. Cloud bus. She. is likewisethe IrSttinare.d1' the Thanksgiving box, ir*
and three Katz was
later Mr.
4 some years which disturbed the quiet of the day. ," by Mrs. Epple. are here from Portland Maine. last one to reach home at close for the Jacksonville orphanage. If
married Miss Gertrude L. Plummer.He
p widow and I I Reading-Mrs. Clark, "Smile." I and, are pleasantly located in one of of day. Pleased are this child's parents yon have any garments to give send (;
is survived his by
by Attend the revival services at the I Remarks on the Armistice by Mr. the Marks' cottages on 11th street that she may have a hot'lunch, :(them to Mrs. 8. L. Lupfer, at whose
I two sons by his former marriage.How.rd Adams. I I II I Mrs. J. O. Vreeland is on the sick under school care. A father who do- home the box is being filled.< ",
and Edgar, who were both Methodist chu.ch.. _ i I II
( .. -..... H H U U u. I Reading-by Mrs. Marskie, "Mr. list this week. !I r
Peeples buys a hat. Mr. D. T. Walker of Cambridge I WILL SURELY VISIT KISSIMMEE
I MRS. CRAWFORD HOSTESS. I I Remarks by Mrs. Jennie French., I I Mass., arrived here last Thursday I MAYOR AND BRIDE r
.1 Washington, D. C., Nov. 12. 1919.
i DUCKWORTH NEXT I Mrs. W B. Crawford entertained Mr. Roberts and Mr. Wentworth. :evening and is a guest at the St. Editor Gazette
evening I 1 Closed by singing StarSpangledBanner Cloud Hotel. Valley :
quite informally Thursday
,
the! event being the anniversary of by the audience. Next meet (I Rev. and Mrs.' J. B. Westcott' and I Many thanks for your promptnessin WELCOMED

{ MAYOR OF ORLANDOE. her birthday. ing will be held in the G. A. R. hall two children Edith and Hugh arrived and sending booklet.your We,interesting husband and paper I, "HOME
second Tuesday in December.
last from
Misses Kathleen
Her guests were Friday morning
I I | for Florida
eave soon will surely
-
J.
'Bearden. Marie Boyd Virginia Tiller '
visit city and investigate but The return of Mayor W. 3. Steed, !
,
G. Duckworth was returned winner Ethel Hall, Mrs. C. V. Bearden Mes Carpenter of Ash ton, were in our city I I Mr. and Mrs. A. Durham of Du- (expect your to go to Fort Myers. Will with his charming bride, Monday afternoon w
in the primary contest for mayor srs, Albert Bearden C. B. McCaughen shopping on Wednesday. rand. Mich., came in last Friday
the and booklet to Inter- after their honeymoon trip
1 held in Orlando last Monday, defeating ; and Dr. C. E. Dunaway.; Ii |I I' James Johnston of Kissimmee was .nisrht i for the winter. edted pass neighbors.paper 'to Key West, was the signal for genjeral i>
'a St. Cloud visitor
on Wednesday. Mr. Jack Solomon
Jas. L. Giles the arrived last
present Incum-I i the'revival 'I I The Elsie P. McElrpy Auxilary ] week from Yours sincerely, civic rejoicing and crowd. of
bent who fOught re-election, Attend services at the Owasso. Mich for another .
MRS.' G. A.. DOOLY. merry people assembled' at the depotto
T vote of 1,272 to 927. Mr. Duckworth Methodist church. held their usual meeting on Monday winter in our midst. .. .
them their arrival
T will take over the office Jan. lit, afternoon. Talk by Mrs. Westcott, I Mr. D. T. Walker and Ella McAl- greet on
a 1920 for a term -of three years I I who has just returned, about her trip 'lester were the dinner guests on Sunday I I The long train slowed down :,then l
to The handsome
the CITIZENS BANK i i home this summer. of Miss Eda REVIVAL SERVICES Jcsme a stop. mayor
r p vote In was the race as follows for commissioners: IS I Dr. M. B. Cushman of St. Petersburg Epple. Epple and Mr.' 'Henry 'I alighted and' turned to assist Mrs. '. 4,
Steed but his smile froze ,
expansive
m F. W. Topliff 1,062; Mrs. A. B. was a visitor in our city this 'Mr. Kavanaugh. of Chicago, was ,
when the strains of
Whitman, 808'Capt. Preston .Ayers BEING '.REORGANIZ'D' i,week.. '' in town Wednesday, representing the AT METHODIST C'H march rendered by Lohengrin's.wedding the KisJslmmee v
763; H. C. Robertson 753; A. G. Misses Eda Epple ad Ella MeA Markham heirs of Chicago. : band reached his ears But
be elected lister were the dinner guests last Mrs. J. H. '
Branham, 690. Two are to Ferguson was the guest '
and a second primary wUl be held Ki..lmmeels'' Thursday evening of Mrs. Dorothy of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Peed at Orlando Cottage prayer meetings have been the I rose to the occasion and' greeted
I his friends with utmost cordiality as
The Citizens Bank of
between the first four. ' Jaques and W. G. King. last Thursday<< and Friday.! held in both North and South Kls.
publishing its Intention to apply for .., .n ______ they offered their felicitations for the
This was the hottest election ever c I simmee 'every afternoon during the the
charter tinder the name of Bank connubial happiness of happy
held in Orlando.: /Women, had the a ;: past week'In,, preparation for the '
I'of Osceola SHOWER FOR MISS MARION din Harper. The pretty pink and revival ..
ballot for the first time; and they County. services'which will begin at the The: PI.iect'' march..
banking color scheme which I ;
I I The of the new PORTER.Miss green prevailedwaa ( a lively
cast a considerable vote. One surprise titution Methodist church next Wednesday.
I will be $25,000, to bo further carried out in the costume and showers of rice'descended as
was Mrs. Whitman getting second divided into 250 shares of $100 each Marion Porter was the honoree of the little gift bearers.A ], Rev. C. M. Dunaway the evangrlist Mayor Steed and his bride were''' I.

sioner.high vote in the race for commis to be paid for in cash. Saturday, at a lovely miscelan- delicious salad course refreshedthe will conduct the services, and ushered to their auto though the,
\\r the guests at the close of the after the music will be in charge of P. M. allowed
at not to
The officers named to representthe eons shower given handsojne ; .. groom was accompany' 4
OF bank until the next election, are: 1 Carson home on,, Clyde avenue. noon. Boyd, director, and F, W. Twilley.'the smiling lady but was snatched x !a
INTERESTING MEETING
t J. R. Anthony, president. I I Mrs. C. A. Canon assisted by her Miss Porter for whom this pleasant pianist away at the last second nad'placed }
1 BAPTIST MISSIONARY LADIESThe George Singeltary., first vice- daughters-Misses Anne and Inez, entertained courtesy was shown will become All are cordially!, invited to attend in another car then whirled away to a4
president :I. ,' about twenty-five guests the bride of Marion Farmer early in and take J part. to the services ''the band\stand on Broadway' where. :

November ;meeting of the Baptist Dr. T. M. Rivers, second vice-pres who spent the hour from ,4 to 6 December.Mrs. RED CROSS CHRISTMASSEALSThe : he found another crowd Lof smiling -
seas ident quite informally. friends.' 'In to frequut1.!
Missionary Union held at 'response
L. H. Gedge. casher. -- The feature' of the afternoon was Henry Llghtsey has returned campaign for membership in calla for a speech Mr. Steed mounted'X"*%*, ,
the home of Mr. and W. E. San-
Mrs I With Messrs.' Anthony Singeltary, ,the presentation of the dainty gifts from an extended visit at points In the Red Crossis closed and now the the ',stand and addressed the crowd.;
derson with Mrs Ransom, as hostess. Rivers, F. W. Hill of Narcoossee,iwhich were arranged in the tea cart North Carolina. Her .many friends campaign .for the sale ?,of the Red He expressed the deep appreciation ,t:;,

The efforts of every department of and L. H. Gedge, directors.The ,and presented to the bride-elect by will be gratified to learn that her Cross Christmas Seals 'begins in"ear-+jof himself and wife for the demonstration ,'y
1' the Baptist church isNnow centered I 'directors will also be the stockholders ,two wee.cupids who are usually health-has been greatly benefitted by neat At headquarters- Jackson and said it ,was 'entirely, un- '".
their' MNlion' Dollar of the concern, eac hiubscrib- known as Carolyn Carson and Clau- her summer's outing. stile of the Florida uAnti-Tnbttr&i. (i looked for,' in fact ,if they hadj had **''" if l
sh'
on Seventy-Fve ling to fifty-ahare.. losis Association the organizationwork the slightest thought that such'. weli5*"" ...
campaign, and the program for this I is being rushed''rand' will be-' come war in store for the n th-v "

r I afternoon had for its\. subject CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP WHY YQU'SHOULD'; UPHOLD completed within,, ,the-'next'd.y'-or. would have never left the'' min. 'He"
tWO. ,,. _ .
ji 'carried crsdlta-
off the situation
"Lengthen the Cords, Straighten the OF NUT BUTTER COMPANY Prominent men and women all over very
,bly> till e'was permitted to become I
Stakes.
I AND LOVE YOUR GOVERNM'T
Florida are deeply interested in the '
:
just- an .ordinary* citizen .galn and
Mr N. leader andopenet'R1f1f
C.
Bryan was
meeting with a scripture W."H.Tunnlcliffe, President of the sale of.the Red Christmas leave-for; his-\ home; 'though string

I lesson composed of Bible references Michigan Nut Butter Company, an-: I II, You know, children, that there is a prenticed to some trade and had 'to 1 Seals to fight becauseit tuberculosis provides'the in "this funds state.., of bells attached to their car informed -

from the New Testament along this nounces the transfer by him of that great deal of careless' talking today)follow it until he became of age Last year over 1000' people died in the community that" ,, the "newly.
line of thought. The verses were concern's property to the Nut Grove whether he rot( any schooling or.not. Florida of consumption and the state .weds"! were home. '
about the about
president, congress, I Mayor Steed is-one of Kisslmmee's'most'
:' read by the ladies. As a result-of that, boys and girls p
Butter Company an Eastern corporation association of which Hiarry" L.
; This was followed by repeating about the courts ,and 'about the authorities were hardly ever better than their Brown.-Editor of t the St.< AugustineRecord popular young men and the eel-i I;
whose principal office is at I ebration voiced' the
1 kindly f"lol'"of }
the slogan of the campaign, "Where- and about bur country. parents were. is chairman is determinedto
1 f in have we robbed Thee. Mrs. W. Providence :Rhode Island. I Some people mostly young, and inexperienced Then too, there was no country in ; make a work next 4 which will the entire' community,toward him.
year ,
.. E. Sandarson made a talk on the top- The Michigan plant, which has just seem to like to say the world where a boy or girl, unless brink Florida ahead of all other j I and hi* bride aDd was the expression -

: ; "1c, "The purpose of Tent Cords and been completed, occupies a four-story' thfngs that lead us to believe that he had been born to the position, states in its fight,against.. the ,..dreaded '!:, ot many. good t 'wishes. for'their
Stakes. A series of intersection of think there is of could take in the ,happiness.
seven two- brick building at the i they no need law expect to any part disease. j .
5' minute talks oh "Stakes that the Grand River. Loraine and Kirby avenues and that the men who are trying to'government under which he lived. All This .county has .always done its
x Baptist 75 Million Dollar campaign Detroit. It is equipped with the j make the laws and carry them out'the children had to do when they duty in heeding the calla of distress ORLANDO'PACIJNG HOUSES

t, Will Straighten," Mrs. W. H'. Jones most modem machinery for manufacturing are just foolish people who are trying grew up was to, obey without questionthe and in this campaign it will again DECLARE FOR,OPEN SHOP;)
being assigned the topic of .foreign nut butter and has a' capacity to make the people miserable or masters set up over -them by come to the front, .giving" aid toga
/II- missions; MM .. J. E. Lupfer, home of one million pounds of that trying to. make something out, of somebody else. movement which means the saving of A Anion of citrus pickers and pack.'

missions eL E. & Hall, state missions product a month. them. Some other'people are saying There was very little /opportunityanywhen lives of our fellow beings,, This,partlculafcly ers was formed in Orlando today by; +
; Mrs. oFal1l; Christian education I The Nut Grove Butter Company, that if we had some other kind, of for a boy or girl no mat- .is a campaign ''which excites three' organizers from' Miamlbut' no-
: ; Mrs. Marion Carsonhospi. which will operate the new plant, has government we'would be better 'off, ter how bright he might be. They the sympathies oft our good definite Information could be obtained

tal: Mrs. J. A. Barclay orphanage: similar factories at Providence, R. I.,, and, then still 'another people. just had- to stay in the rut in which women,: and as usual;they''' will"be to as* to the immediate purpose of ;'
and Mrs. Ransom ministerial relief. 'and Syracuse, N. Y. and producesthe I that if we had no laws at all, every- they were.born.- i. the forefront in these, laudable aery. the ''mew local organisation owing to
Later in the program when the the Nut Grove1! brand of nut butter, body would be happier. I Now, w uldn't you I> If you Ices. In fact this is one compaigm .the absence of their business department -' .. ;e

r' subject of "Cords that when length which; has an extensive ,sale in Eastern -i Perhaps you' have heard that kind thought there was no chance for yon where there, can be no friction-no because of the semi-holiday, of
+" ened will bring victory .to the Bap. 'martlets. of talk and it has made you think after leaving school" you. would be jealousies and one in which all ,elements those concerned or -affected: by the
tlst 75 Million compaign these I The Detroit branch will be devotedto that perhaps this talk about stickingto very much discouraged and yon can work together, ejrlth r" the movement. *, : .
speakers talked on faith hope, love, supplying the trade in Michigan sour country'was just the foolishness would have a right to say that there knowledge that they are doing Sidney Jones was elected presidentof

FAY prayer, Bible study, mission study 'and adjoining states thus eliminat of older people. would not 1* the slightest use in your most benevolent work 'which means the union.>Fred.,Cox vice-president. ;
and stewardship. necessity or long distance But let the Herald tell you some : You would not poed better health; conditions' for .Florida and Mo:' Bennett.' secretary. ''
j This impressive program ,wae closed shipments and ensuringfreshly. thing. Before this government was an education, if you could not tae It, and the bringing of Messlngs .to a It became known during the after
with that each memberof 'churned goods at all times formed, there was no country: in the sometime. multitude of Floridiana who are 'afflicted . noon' that at. meeting of Citrus 1 ;
the society may lengthen the Mr. Tunnicllffe is a Michigan attorney world in which you could have goneto So this country, which some people wit lithe insidloes disease. Fruit Packing: : Hoase' operaton.' held,
? cords in her own life. and former member of the a free school such as you are now criticise and complain of, has given here this morning, a resolution was ,
y A pleasant social feature followedthe State Food Commission under Governor attending. In fact, there were no you opportunities that no ether Eugene O'Bryan Is seen in his first framed and unanimously adopted de-

lesson when Mra.Jcansom, assisted I Pingree and i.a'a*well known schools of any kind where -one who country has given its boys and girls Selzniek. Picture, The 'Perfect LOT daring that, theee bperators. wouH
by her'daughter. Mrs. Sanderson, I authority on food laws and food was not rich was certain to .obtain It will give you still greater opportunities .r." adapted from Leila Burton carry on their business oar 'an open
served sandwiches. Lot tea, and fruit !products It ia' understood that he an education. as you grow older. Wells' novel The Naked Truth" shop basis only. ,. : She
-tarts. 'retains aflnancW interest ia the new Before.this.government-was.)... And It is because we-have,this-free Monday.at-the.Casino-Theater,.JTThe. tIIIIably.-tbla-actlol _oLtb&.'
f'' ,!concern and will be actively; connected fished, there was no country in which government the best government in Perfect Lover" Is the story of an art- packing interests was taken as are '
Mr. and. Mrs. John T. Crawford of with' its lDan.gement.-Hlchigan a boy or girl could make his way as all tM world. that you are going' to !lit, worshipper'of beauty. ,He becomes salt of the new movement to.rogan.ize .
a. Jacksonville will. strive next 'week ,Tradesman. you can do, as soon aa you leave be happier and more prosperous, after the rage among .the .smart the men and women ia their .....' s,
for a visit at the home of attorney I Mr. Tunnicllffe f."U: known here, schooL Aa. usual thing, the girls a while. set la New 'York. No'woman ean ploy> Orlando Reporter-Star;, '

"W. B, Crawford. Mr. Crawford is having been' resident of St. Cloud could not get any employment except And that Is one of the reasons why resist his charms He U "the patect \ '
coming for the annual hunt with his for the past few years where he has as servants of the wealthy, and the you should love '.it and soh you lover." What happens to him proves If your business-Is not worth' advertising

Lrother,' and his. wife' will visit' here ,taken' a leading part ia rfvlc and boy usually followed the trade or occupation should detest, those who would .have a'; breexy.:trllUngstoryTef.love.irt. advertise It''for sale;-la' th4..(.

's till is return. 0 :business affairs. '' ,off his ,.father.J'He was apV you. think less of -Mlaml Herald. and' mgu8:0: ".' Valley''.Gazette'*.want column.. -( ;,

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Iii 5.0 cts. (',r.i ) $1.00 i UNCLE his boys and girls these

days. They are being urged to increase -

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1. U A trial bottle can be obtained, free of charge, by writing ty U yi every way.
hibits of the work of our own boys
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fl Ur and girls in kitchen garden and

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'' :}i IT'S YOUR KIDNEYSKidney Jacksonville, Fla. 1,
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I it dlan It no rf.r."-t..r of I.T- iHnteiy.' The. woothlnic. healing oil atlmulnuta > NOVEMBER 22.29
t J s ona. A majority of the. Mil uinlctlii the kldnelrrlleves 'Inflamma ------ --
i,, {i pcopl.. today can b. trac.dJllck tot tluns and deatrpya the germs which 4 WXi --- ---- --
f.fi kidney trouble. have iBUBCd It. LK not wait until to-
.I' The kidney are. the moat Important morrowJo to your druggist today and
,. dy(\ organS Of the body, They ere the niHlitt on. U<'L!> MKUA.L. Haarlem OHCapnulen. e A
to. DJt.rera. the purifleri, of your blood.Kidney In twaiily-four hours you
should fuel health anj vigor returning"nnd
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i p f t wcarlneaa. disease, ..leepleaineas U. usually, nervousness in" :ated' by. will bless the day yotl ant heard. SPECIAL NOTICE
1 of OO1-J MKKAI: llnnrlom all
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lcapon ., pain! In loin and lower i.bduinen. continue to lake one. or two .A6u ,feasA /
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d I q", call tones, travel, rb.umallam, aclatlca repeu1fs each dRY! BO as to keep lanr.tcls.e
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and lumbago. -+ TO ALL rf -
'I', condition and ward off: the
All thou. deranfretnenti. are nature' danger of other attacks. I
? Irnala to warn you that the kidneys Auk for the original Imported. GOLD
j t J nerd. help. You ahouM uee OuLD11IBDAL MKOAL. !rand Three alz..e. Money refunded Riding a ".tick.horee" Is than indoor to Klaanor Blnford,
,:. : Haarlem Oil Capiulee Imme- tf they do not help you. more an sport tHe T. ARMINGTON & SONS of Jacksonville,
pretty 12-year-old! Atlanta girl, for her "horse" to and ,
vt I I.>' .. ................ ....."-..........ww..a w..,w----'\ ....\ puts In minutes with -faithful service a regular the war-old-time pne hack
t, horses. many a day as ''Florida, carry full and complete .slock of all sizes

t. ;;, :] ''mlimimllllillllllltiIlIllIlIIlIlCIIIIIIIIIIIICIlIll l [ ]IIIIIIIIIIIIOMUMIIUIOIIIIIIIIIIIIIQIt11111111111 i Eleanor is a regular frl? of the preeent-day type. She bas put aside
i white organdie dresses. Bashes and frills during "business hours," and hat
donned overalls and Scout shoes. She sweeps and dusts; nurses neighbors' Studebaker Wagons And Farm Wagon Parts

;]r Sleepless I babies; polishow silver and does all sorts of odd Jobs.
Nights All of these things and many others she started doing when Uncle Sam
late the Varieu Sizes Bslow and writs for Prices:
Iii was appealing 'to every American to "help win the war" Now that the
!' "I 5 war's won, Eleanor keeps Just as busy as she ever did because she hat I Vi in... .ecl.. axle... I% in.. lire.. one M horse.. with.. body.. and.. spring.. Mat..
T: and coffee-drinking are closely found joy in thrift and Is putting/ the money she earns by her industry in J
War Savings Stamps. She has J125.00 already Invested and Is Increasing it 2 .H. thimble.. .skein.. %1. In.#. tire.. one.. hone.. with.. body i .and* sprang if teal..
linked together with many month. 2 ..
E every M hone.
J 25 extra heavy one with body and spring! teas
people. J H "* 2yj " two none,with or without body
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I 2 M ) or 4 in. tire twO.. 'horse, with.. or without. body..
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case is like that ..
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1 1 4 extra heavy two hone with or without body
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the opening of the hunting snipe, 6 woodcock 25 in all of rails, Your patronage solicited and prompt shipment guaranteed
season just one week away lovers of coots and gallinules, 25 in all of plovers .
Instant Postuma Bi'ty the sport are digging: into the closet and yellowlegs, and 25 doves a Write Today
after their old pump gun automatic, day. Possession of migratory birds 'f'
double-barreled haramerless, or what- permitted during first 10 days of
I ever it happens to be in anticipation close season; other game during first H. T. ARMINGTON & SONS
: wholesome cereal drink with of rolling out bright and early next 5 days thereof.
Thursday morning to get their first Sale Is Prohibited.
a really rich coffee-like: flavor <- day's allowance while the supply is The sale of reedbirds (rice birds) JACKSONVILLE. 640 West Adams St

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f .! , the itself meets the tically every game bird Nov. 20. prohibited,except non-resident license --- --- '- --------
,'I': t, '. as beverage ports from menwho have a.-I I may carry out' game as personal tooooooooo .......o.o..oo..o..o. .. o.......,
1, .i ',"\ test of health. ; .4""' /- "scouting" are to the .effect that baggage, but not more than two ,
there is a''great abundance of many days' limit of migratory game birds 14'
migratory birds as well as other shall be exported in any one calender
Economical
a Ready Instantly, Delicious game, which promisee sports plentyof week. $20 FOR A 2c STAMP i
L excitement for the next 90 days. The regulations under the federal
4 Made by Following are laws governing season migratory bird treaty act prohibit
the limit pf possession sale, etc. throughout the United States the ( Automobile Protection )
..* Postum Cereal Company Open season-Deer, squirrel l, quail killing -at any time of the following !lj i
(bobwhite partridge), wild turkey: birds:
.,, Battle Creek, Michigan Nov. 20-March 1; ruffed grouse imported -. Band-tailed pigeon; little brown FIRE &:: THEFT, and COLLISION premium on $1,000 ,
f: ;" woodduck
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pheasants Nov. 20-Dec. 19; sandhill and whooping cranes;
,' 0; .* Sold by' Grocers and General Stores duck, goose, brant black-bellied and swans; curlews, willet, upland worth of insurance in Kistlounee is $21:.00 per year. '!
golden plovers, Wilson snipe, yellow- lover, and all shorebirds (except'theblackbellied !
'. /. - UIUUtJ01UgIpllIpIIUIUUOpIUppUOAApUNIUOpIStlppIC .......... legs, coot, gallinules dove, Nov. 20- and golden woodcoclcandthe Wilson Compare with any others. More that $20.00 saved, by '
Jan. 31; woodcock Nov. 1-Dec. 31; snipe or jacksnipe,
'\" .lets ,- rail, other than coot and gallinules, greater and lesser yellowlegs! ); writing direct. Application blanks on request. J.tf:
... ; . Nov. 20-Nov. 30; Reedbu-d (ricebird catbirds, chlckerdees, cuckoos, flickers ."'.*
-1 P; i l ), Aug. 16-Nov. 5. flycatchers, grosbeaks, hummingbirds ""f:
\ Hunting licenses-Non-resident or kinglets, martins,medow larks,
-t' ... Tax NoticeNOTICE alien, $15; resident $1 (county of night-hawks or bull-bats, nut latches, : FLORIDA STATE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION
,; residence); resident, $3 (county other orioles, robins, shrikes, swallows, 1
,.: : than county of residence). License swifts, tanagers, titmice, thrushes, Orlando, Fla.
not required in voting precinct nor of I vireos, warblers waxwings whip-
: Confederate veteran entitled to a'.I'poor-wills, woodpeckers: and wrens, :J!..' t.
state pension. Issued by county and all perching birds which feed en- ,
judge. tirely or chiefly on insects; and also -
: is that Bag limits and Possession-Three auks, auklets bitterns fulmars; garnets --- v J
hereby given deer. 10 turkeys and 300 of any other grebes guillemots gulls, herons oo {
game birds a year; 1 deer, 2 turkeys, jaegers, loons; murres, petrol., o.oooo.o..oooo.ooooooo..o.o.ooooo 'o... I,
: the tax books of Osceola County 20 quail, 25 ducks. 8 geese, 25 Wilson puffins shearwaters and terns. ',
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?, : will open ,on November first IMPROPERLY CURED FEEDS ';,1.t. I


,for the year 1919. I am now. WILL POISON- ( ANIMALS"Forage R. S. FLOYD '

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ready to 'furnish tax estimates. ,
poisoning" Is a term usedto there is slight depression, inabiliy to
JM indicate diseases resulting from swallow to a slight degree, and the
A discount:of 2 per .cent:will be :the consumption of unwholesome feedor staggering gait is practically nuob- .J
j .: water. This disease is found in served There is never delirium and Ii' :
allowed on all taxes paid dur- practically every part of the country unconsciousness. Animals affected .If
according 'to Dr. L. A. Sealy veterinarian ,with this type usually recover
at the State College of Agri As to treatment, there is very little Groceries and
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ing the month of November. In culture. The exact cause seems to that can be done after the animal develops '
s '. be certain poisons resulting from the the disease. Treatment must
y;. writing this office always give growth of molds and bacteria ''whichare be mainly preventative. Use only J& i
; often found in wholesome
fc* feed and water I feed never using moldy> I
I Damaged silage damaged corn or hay or corn, nor damaged silage. See Fresh .Meats .
.# description of. your property stalks, improperly cured hay which that the water supply is clean and I
ferments and develops molds stagnant [wholesome. Oftentimes the sick animal -
'and enclose postage. water and even grass {in pastures I cannot swallow medicines and in ydf
sometimes develops molds the severe types there is very little f!II
C. L. BANDY which are fruitful sources of this dis- need of attempting medication. In :
frA the less severe a laxative ,
I ease.The symptoms vary greatly In se should always be given, such as raw if
: I : Tax Collector.. verity. In the most severe cases, linseed oil or Epsom salts, and thena Phone 176 302 Broadway
$ there is great weakness staggering stimulant as some of the ammonia
gait, inability to swallow impaired preparations. tt'
1 0 1 1F eyesight and paralysis in different r < .
I muscles of the body. '".",
I l I In another type the first symptoms ,

-. -Manager; "You're late again, Subscribe for- the .Valley :G... te. noticed are depressions! loss of appetite .0000.000000..00.0.000.0.0.0..0.0000..0000.. ...... ...1
J'oung"man. What excuse have you and 'sluggishness.! These symptoms -
got to offer this time?" Clerk: A man will tell last -for four or five day., and
another to
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;' "The slippery pavement, sir. Every -whll. go then the more severe symptoms de O 1800. STILE y: 1
a smiles DOING
f.'I woman him
< upon velop. The pulse is the N BUSINESS 101.0 ;
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took I irregular
time I. a step slipped bade! and lead him right there.A j Repaaa mdsr..rtd ;?I
twoManager: "You did ehT temperature la below normal. Rigidity saddled tutMons-s who haw used our fertilize,
c J develops in certain of .r Yaw ar-1 r-r. wtio always gladly -.cI r\f:;
Then how did you ever get here? groups our good a ttrbl
Clerk, .. ","I started back, home, sir. !" school visitor o wa Asking the class muscles followed by inability to BUY .......-.- .miww.. bus are our bat adverdwany Our prices not aI so.ytthe '.>}'{
when
a few bow 9 'towel CJUAUTYb
-- question-"Now dQbeeL delirium, and y 1 omk'dud, __ too Nth Wrile ?P
dispose of their honey," he fa Ls.ltpio.' lists, a surd order and ... '
r Do not forg! t tbe'Hinimmn Val inquired. finally.hear\breathInW. lasts usually JFBR77LZFRS, INJFC21t , )IOU will read rtIIc.! ;
l w -They cell ill" replied ODe of. the from SPftAYDtS. POULTRY..silrPUDJrrIUZEB \- '"
'' Casette; office deer :]na pri UDc. Bo- P IM'R B "
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;,1. 'DR.: BUCKMASTER : Cj'yoltever'.gpedeacedl: contentment: .)rood anything tt t ti's ,I

I You never tasted such fun. 1. N'

',. bodied mellow-mildneM: such refreshinc.appetizlnc 'frM ?

KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPATH flavor and, coolness The more Camel, you; smoke' the 4

greater becomes'your: d.llghtam..!. are apcA a ctftfa. '

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wob r Everything; about Camels you find so fascinating Is due.to 14: y

STATE BANK BUILDING their quality-to the expert"blend of choice Turkish and I

choice) Domestic tobaccos. l. :

Phone No. 162
You'll say Camels iris in a class by themselves

8n. outdo to meet your own personafaere) in so I

:, .' DR. C. E. DUNAWAY. Freedom from any unpleasant dgaretty -

;l Physician. and Surgeon. pleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels

r Office Over Post Office. w to the most fastidious smoker. And, you smoke

y y p.p.w6ar rv6> eLt .e; liberally. meets your own wishes, for they ..
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: Office, 40. Residence, 114. I
, I 418tpd -,A cigarette !satisfaction. :

:'1 4 Camels so attractive.
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: ,: a. F. KRIBDS A. AKERMAN! : L "a' ize that the value i is In the
W. J. STEED
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KRIBBS, AKERMAN AND STEED A mighty proud looking bird. Isn't emphasis Is being siren the poultry 4f.. .
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Attorneys ... Cou.selor mi Law. bet Experts assert that roosters bow which Is to be held at the o pons I :

K.I....... Florida. a. rood: should bead every farm Florida State Fair Jacksonville, ;. Compare Camels wit l lC.

' General prurtlr In all State and United flock. To encourage this much November 22 to 29. ;j rette in the world at
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I I y i Cmntflm.,. moU.twrjni-nere In l
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of t-wnereuJio> it Was officially declaredby 't>;1 t. .4s a".. (200 "'."...*,*.) in a' 1/1. ;
( 'w. B. CRAWFORD Proceedings the President in favor of revised ,t. C covered c.rfon W mtronglf ;
t 4 Chic carton ft>r th* Aom or 0 .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW p' 'h5! and the bulkhead committeewas 1SY! l or <4-h.n you tr..Lm4 ;
I City CouncilThe instructed to proceed with work
, Offices: 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizens at!' early as })s< bh R.J.REYNOLDS TOBACCO '

: Bank Building.. I ommuMcition received from Mr.C. zlra Wln.too-Salem. N. ,, ::
city cotinr-il met in! re :!'ularsee-< 1.. McLean, water and light' i',,1-1 N: ,Cr t r 1r
Kissimmee, : : : : Florid sion on November' 4th. Pic-tent ( ;, ". le OJ', as!,irjf that council] coiiiuioi '. :..1'7' ..O'.I--.6.2.A.! .. ; .;p ;...:ti

, W. Fox, president; II. M I. Ilieik-ri:' :. rare in salary, also re>|uest from .,.'.Ii"t'.. ..... ... . ,.. ,..! ,"' ..\. 'f'.t't 1'C./_ ..,
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DR. R. J. DENNING s. Floyd W. II. Arnold A. S. (jil"el.t'Lewi Mi. .1. /. Rnbernon, treasure i asking! I :;, :v 0,; $ t"v': '::: '; ::- .? ':t ::\. f.'*;" 'of. t :o,
,. O'Bryan and J. R ;
I attorney : same in treasurer's ofuci sjul i'.,in
DENTIST. lillbel.t. cleik. The mayor being absent municutions were on motion! lad: 0\-1 I
Successor to LrV.. W. Carson. from the city the president of er for further 'on.deratlon., I

Over the Po toff <'e. (council acting mayor. II. 1\1. Breaker On ,motion it was so ordered, ti),.it(
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5 was on motion, elected president pro the salary of night I'poluiMiiin' I b,' - - -
OFFICE HOUHS !9 lo 12 3", 1 30 to .
raised from $(>:5.00 to $7.;>.00() per Ktmi,i" Fla ,. .UIH|, i tin. folli,,\\ tau! "! w I
Office Phone 158.:> tem.The minutes of the last meeting month. 1.1( i ( halt* I.. the .Idol ill .\\ ''Y1"I1-'i '
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were read and appiovcd Reports of Thv 1 bond of C. F. Tyson us marshal ritmof Sluts, of tin stilt, .r riotlflnlll .
officers were txammed and{ approved! and tax collector WitH approved \\ ;;E:ss out naiin M ills IJtli day -
O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW Bills and ordered of .Nuiinlui, A I.| II>1 1I I.1. I\! v-l
LEWIS were approved paidas and ordered filed.
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follows: An ordinance reoising the I.. II In:1: :Itil.;) ;'
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W J M il. mayor f 3(101' wlltel'l fli:0.! T NINIll.LT.IlYT
and light rates was presented
C" F T\'Ron. niftmhnl __--_ ____-- (3( I" I M ItI141(5.I' I .
.' __ water and light committee and
C I liexHW, pullti n _n trio i \\' HILL.I'It'Oi ?
Waring Building. RIGLEYSf
I J 7. Kohemuii, treasurer nnn 2'io imously passed. (See ordinance in I
I I J R c.llliert\ clerk .__nn. 12Sn another column) l;l> CHAHTlin OF F
I !...wjR oHrjan attorn*"y nnn 25O further businessthe HANK i>V ( IM'HOLA COUNTY, KISILA -
IJeoV Fox member founcil__ H tin There being: no .1111ll.F. .
Johnston O. P. Garret
Pal H M: Rr..ak"r, member council. 14 (Ill council adjourned to meet in :
JOHNSTON & GARRETT n S! Floyd. member cOlln"'Ln 14 no ular session December 2nd at rel/-I: .
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\V H Arnold, member council14 on The IIn".r..l..n l Inoorporntorw -
ATTORNEY. -I.A W A R iTt. member council_ 14 00'N..al AsHoolate themselves together for
Heaver scavenger __ 6600 Only a Cold. the purpose of becoming Incorporatedand
Offices 10, 11 and 12 Cftizens Bank Pick Evans, scavenger nnnn nn 43.83 Are ill ? is often answered- forming" a corporation under and c a package
rv Building \\lllls Hall. scavenger __n-. 2J 67. 'you b,' virtue of the Laws of the State of
Concert Band donation 200.OOMian "Oh, it s only a cold, as if a cold F'Ic'rlda. with and under the following 5
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I Klsslmmee. Fla. Ulna Smith dona kitchen 10.00 was a matter of little consequence, proposed charter: before the '

I! W N J Steed Clark aclv mgr.for election2.00 charity__ 13 onT but people are beginning to learn I The name of thl.; corporation shall war ,

!M Conner mr. election ._nn 200/ that a common cold is a matter not be the Bank of O oeola County and
H E Hwabajr, mgr election____ 2 0" to be trifled with, and that some of Its plane of business shall be in the
J M Wlllson mgr. election 20 the most serious diseases start witha city of Klslmmee, In the County of f'
Rovers' Cafe meal for mar.. 8.00J cold. As the first indication ,Oaoeola, and State of Florida.: '.. '. ,, '
soon as "
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C Grlffln, shop work . 4.00J IL 't
mm FBBPIEB C Griffin Shop work ,.-.-._?.-,-. 1646 of a cold appears take Chamber-1 I I The general nature of the business a package ;',', 1. ."'t; ,>!" \' ) .
? State Banks rent ---,..___.-.- 4000 Iain's Cough Remedy. Rememberthat to be transacted shall be that of aO.n..ra' .. '"! 'if" ).' ,',
J H Fleming rent firs' station. 12 MKins. the rid of Banking Business, with powers 5 I'' .
Tel Co. phone rent.d.20 sooner you get your Incident. thereto as provided by the
J Z Roberson supplies? charity J20 cold the less danger, and this. remedy Statutes. of the State .of Florida : during'the'war I (: ."
W A C Qro. Co, da______,____? 8.1. will help you throw it off. |I I III.I ?
: SELLSFire W & C Oro. Co. mule feed166.30 I The amount of the capital dock of .. .
A J MacDonough service _-__ 1(1000 A told Raid corporation shall be Twentv-five
J R Gilbert freight: hnu 115,BO preacher story, by a preacher thousand $25,000) Dollars, to be dl-
Accident and J R Gilbert payroll _- 60O.00 : "Next Sunday, I expect to preach vided Into 25O share of She par value ,
; Life J R Gilbert: : ; =====_ 899 about liars, and will ask the congregation of One Hundred Dollars ($100)) each
Valley Gazette rl'ntinR. etc. __ 6606 about in the to be paid In canh
some things sev-
Health Plate Clan Liability W B Maklnson Co., supplies.-! 716 I 'v a !
Osceola Hdw Co, supplies __=. 21090 enteenth chapter of Marks, a I 1 The term for which said corporation ,,', s- '"
Sam L Lupfer .payroll lire dept 12100C preacher said to his congregation.The shall exist shall bi ninety-nine years. 5c packageNOW .
I and Boiler Insurance. Buckles, work city dock_--- 16.00 next Sunday arrived, and the V. t. Sito
American Hoist and Derrick The business of the said corporation
Co., part on ditcher--___--_1,60000 preacher asked all of those who had shall be conducted by the following
Legal Bonds Executed E E McGee, special police S 00 Mark to hold up their hands. About officers: .
I A J Orton, special police__:::: S 00Lewi fifty-five people hoisted their hands. A president one or more vice-pres -
____ idents, board of five directors '
Perry special police 8 on a a --5"-
" Same Day Needed. Bill Tanner special police n__ 800 Now you are the liars I am goingto cashier and such other officer and
,t' Frank Flake special police -__ 800 talk about," said the preacher. employee aa the corporation may au-
I" Henry Powell. special police __ 8.00 "There are only sixteen chapters in thorise. The board of director. may
'"' Perry Craft 011. special police __ 8.00 Mark." appoint subordinate officer and employee THE FLAVOR LASTS 1 ;
M J Crowder. guarding plane. 6.BO *. with such ., duties and S
L OFFICE: State Bilk Boildi.g C F Tyson cot In m c________ 200 terms of office, a. they may prescribe,
I Lewis services26000 I or as may be provided by the by-laws,

j I it: C W F J Tyson, :tv'c street\ foreman6.00, etc:: 108:00 LEGAL. ADVERTISEMENTS not law.. Inconsistent with the banking SO DOES THE... PRICE! I "

W A Joiner aunt light plant_ 17500 vr .
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\ ,J C Buckle sal light plant____ 110.00N 74O1'JCE.A I| The directors shall be elected by the
D Parsons sal light lant.. II.SO stockholders at each annual meeting
! J. W. THOMPSON R Ellis sal light plant8260 Aprclal Meeting of the Stockholder All other officer and employee. shall . ,
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Iv sal of the Cltlsen Bank of Kissimmeewill be elected the Board .
1 Yates light plantn 8260J annually by of ,
W Qoodage. sal light plant. 8000 be held at the banking room at Director. The annual meeting of the 4: "i,. 'I' 0
Berry Padgett. sal light plant. 80:ROK eleven. o'clock A. M. December* 16th.Dip. stockholders shell b. held on the First '
Funeral DirectorAND B Lawton, labor ,- ---- 2.50like The object of the meetlna; will Tuesday In January In each year. .
Nettle, hauling _._..u___ 160 be to consider the question of a baleof I VIL
Lee McLean collector -------- TII 00 the assets and liabilities. l'ot the I I Until the cfflcers elected at the first
Fred Lanler, work at plant..., 1600 bank and such other business as may I annual meeting of the stockholders 1
(Lee McLean refund voucher .167800 properly come before the said meet- shall be qualified thebusiness of said II
Standard Oil Co.. oil _____.___: 8604 ing;. L. H. GEHOK ,corporation shall be. conducted by thefollowingnamed
; So. Fla. .. 190 4S-6t Cashier. officers.J. .
EMBALMER
,, LICENSED : J C ft.ry.bO'.hOo'k; ; ---:::_- 275 R. Anthony President; 4 (
A L Davidson material ______ 1.60 NOTICE! OP INTRlrriO1 TO APPLY I Oeo. T. Slngeitary., First Vce-Presl-
i Lupfer A Prather supplies _.J_ 1800 FOR LBrTTERA PATENT. dent:
I Store and Chapel, Stewart Are W A Outr,.. hauling ___________ 100 Notice Is i I Dr! T H. Rivers Second Vice-Presi '"r
hereby given that the underslgned e
Robt Rcldel shop work _n___ 19 !S dent: .
: \ C A WIlliam., jack for handling will Florida the Governor H. Ledge. Cashier
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stlaslmm Flsv: machinery ...__.________ 665 of the State) of at Tallahassee-, and J. Anthony.. Oeo T Slngeltary. o-
\ , W B Maklnion Co. *... 14 2. on UJ'the, for 18th day of December A. D. I Dr. T. M. Rivers, F. W. Hill, and L.- I
Fla. Electric Co, supplies ___ 81195 the Letters Patent. IncorporatIng Oedge, Director.
Hammel 011 Burning Co., oil Bank of Oaceola County KIs-. IH. V i If. i&MIi ,
burning equipment ........ 84800( The highest amount of Indebtedness ,, ? .
M. TILLER J K Slnirletary. lumber 8888 or other liability to which the said i -
J L Phillip Co, lumber_:.:::: 60.34 .corporation time subject'itself eeU
M E Steven. freight nn___ 88.68Occeola shall beala.allmite.. and denned i1
Real Estate Agency.NeeeNeeNaNaaN.MN.eN Motor Co. supplies__._ 28.85 l by Section 2712. of the General Statutes .
Prator Ollbe'ii work oil tank_ 200 I If4 of the State of Florida.
.fu4a Maloney labor. to 80 FOR SALE i IX.
J R Gilbert, freight _---.:::: f..07 I The name and residence of the subscribers .
Realty bought sad told. Valley aasette printing ___::_ ISO r and the amount of capital 0}
Oseoola Hdw Co, *up., plant__. 11945 ii 11 + ; stock subscribed by each, are aa follows
Houses rented. Ocola Hdw Co. sup oil tank;; 111.SIOiceola : ,+',
Taxes paid and Titles verified Hdw Co. pipe and fittings NUMBER OF i r r rn'
nw machineryr--. 72250 NAME RESIDENCE! : SHARESJ. L
for nog-residents. ;, A L Davidson ma.fr 18.00 R. Anthony. Jacksonville 1tr
Bids for deposit moneys from sale Fla. ____________________ Fifty (0.Ge .
Fire Life and Accident ianirance. "HEALd'ESTATE ..
: to T. Blngeltary. KUslm-
of promisory notes amounting 1 m..e. FlA. _____u________ Fifty EO U7 '
$46,000, were presented by the State T. M. Rivers, Kissimmee. ,
Indemnity Bond Bank of Kissimmee and the Citizens | Fla. --. Fifty 10.'
Bank of Kissimmee, as follows:: L. H. .Hill. Klulmmee Fla. Fifty 50. _
Homes IF. W. Fla. .
.. .. .. .. . ... ........... Citizens Bank, 5 per cent on average Groves Farms Narcoossee.' Fifty SO.

I daily balances; State Bank. 5 1-8 percent ISTATK OF FLORIDA )

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR. on daily balances if bond required and LotsSPECIAL COUNTY OF O8CKOLA )
and 3-8 without bond. City Before me the undersigned Notary FOR SALELot
6 Public In and for the State of Floridaat
Bid of State Bank accepted for 5 Large, personally; appeared J. R.
KUsimmee Chapter No. 62. 1.8 and bond required for half of the Anthony Oeo T. Slnffeltary, T. M.Hirers. Subdivision 'r
F. W. Hill, and U. HGedgo, TMfLUTSCALCO No. 16 Woodall' ,
I Meets ind and 4th Thursday ISO: p. m.. amount of deposit all to m. well known and known tome 413'A !1
Fraternity Hall, Broadway. Election returns) forratifying revised 40 Acres-20 acre bearing grove, ;;, to be the Individual described In of Lot No. 65 of the F, L. A.I F

__. UMtes plans and specifications for 7-room house well for and who .xe uted the foregoing proposed .=
Miss Marlon Barcent. ,'W,_ deep $25- Charter of the Bank of Oe>la p'r Co.,-with bungalowthir'eonerectt.
Ellsabsth Donesran. Bee?.. bulkhead and fill along portion of 000. Half cash balance, terms to County, and each being duly sworn TMS ONE/
the lake front were canvassed, the lulL I severally acknowledged that h" executed tsrvouMAXWELL ed, at a sacrifice. ,
.\ IMJUaWlTI tM INM result. being 71 vote* In favor of ratifying the urns for the' a4. and purposes l e ?
That DM
Ik* Qt4alss therein ff
i revised plans and 25 against expressed.IN ,
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BBXIMO QUUUlf*to...-_ordlMITtahlJdf hereunto act my hand and affixed my .
R A not .sees. 't.u".ZUl pMa crai a'ti etl" D.i Notarial seal this 12th day of November v,
et.et.mber ib. M. StOUT A. D. 1111.Bir.6.L WUkerepsaM .(,
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comla ly saitwatlkaasat ru*% aaaVV** ea astsisss Mr. .CoasntMrioB' xptr UavehUSS 14, a!
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T successfully' carried away. This was t that the machinery had become clog- and Stockman published; at Jack- room house and Itltchen.. Also 1&h..ad
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE done for the of I ged somewhat, and perhaps rusty Classified Advertisements sonville. Tell about livestock rais of cattle and a good bunch of.
easily inhabitants I Ing- 'dairying, poultry, citrus fruit range hogs loose on the range.Farming
I", this great State are so peaceful and from long disuse, so he oiled it up aad trucking, weekly, at $1.00 per I tools and Implement Located -
.......... Every Frljayr law-abiding that the visitation T>fi I a ,.little more, pulled out the allegro ''FOR year-three year for $1.00. Only near KenanivlllePrlo* M.60S
BALE!-8 1-S Acres, S mllea from half cash balance terms B.
__ |agitato and let her whiz like livestock and general farming paperIn a.to .ult.u
Ktoa4aiaa Valley Ummrttf c. arV. such characters are not anticipated. stop town close to Dixie Highway about the state. Write. today. H. Guy KananaTllle. i
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K..a Fj.r/ I However, since the thing has been this-- I 1 acres nice bearing grove. Oranges,
t done it would be well to provide I grapefruit, tangerines, and otherfruits. ,FOR BALE-Seven roomed bungalow. WANTED To correspond with lady
\ B. Harris.B. Pre./meat drums hollow Six room houae. 10 acreafine large", grounds with trees and 86 or 40, with view of marrlaare.", Ama
.. Theturkey on log,
o..v.. .ASTMW. ., 8r. ary. against a repetition of it now that a citrus fruit land, grave full of shrubs. Apply 901 Mabbett St., or widower 411 years old. C. C. Strlckler -<'
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': . N 11 the great tide of travel' has turned to The bluejay squawks in a tree, fruit now. also 8 acres extra, fine HI-IRKS' Photo Studio. Lock Box 666. Waycross Oa.
n 6b.erl'fR.t..l the Southland. This is good adviceto ; The squirrel flits through the underbrush muck land very rich and produotlve 46.4t.pd.FOR .

On Copy. One Year__ _____$1.10 the tourists as well as to the home I, fine cockrela garden, 8 40 laying; hens, FOR SALE-EI..ht acres: 11 acre
some hogs and
One Copy. Six: Months__________. 1.00 people. And Knowingly winks at ,me. of fruit all present, f"r cleared and under fence: 1 acre In SALE Second-hand Ford can
a On Copy. Three Month_________ .60/ All nature seems in a happy mood crop St.500. A snap for except Somebody.."garden Come bearing cypress oran timber. grove on; 42tGOU tract: worthof four- at ..attractive 607 Broadway.price Oaceola MotorCo.

'., I All communications except. from ourauthorised Ho\'lt about a commission manager I Of trouble there's not a speck, SO let ACRES us show rood you.land well located 12 .- .. .. ,
bert it's all because the Dixie
/ correspondent must 'And Gap ,
acre bearing grove, &.od house
. al lajnrd by smatter twill form of government for Kissimmee? I' Is finished at last, by hecK) will Introduce you to owner with
. ,. Helecttd called for.Entercd not be returnedunless It has proved a success in other The cussing that/ used to smite the whom you can deal direct. OwnerIs
a Northern man but here for the
u I towns and cities. I ear winter. Has other lines and needshis
;t .'' ( In the Poatofflc Klaalmmt ( All along the detour-. monev for business. purposes INGg
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i % Florida second-class matter.) 7860 ACRES near the East Coast Jlv.

:j -FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14 1919 I I At this juncture the Watcher station right, "make, at hand, ; part One prairie 1 llt et8V
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; _. land excellent stock farm
f,. t L The Watcher in the Treetop jumped on to the machine and stop- balance Rood citrus fruit land owned '
i: The shadow of the moon Friday ped it. He positively wouldn't allow by Northern man who will take ( M+! 1I 1iSj

J j..,' night was a pretty demonstration of ',, it to go on saying things about the balance half value one-fourth In exchange cash, of rest property In one, ? l 1 ,r yq.
( .. partial eclipse. The finishing of the brick highway old detour. There enough been said two and three years, 6 per cent In- I I iII
by the closing of the "Dixie Gap" ',about it already and not always in torent. Price only $40 per acre. I
'between here and Campbell station rhyme either. lie resolved to giveit 278 ACRE farm close to Ky. station. '
The acid test is off the citrus fruit, ITucK ,
county road partly Improved
and packing houses run wide is an event of more than ordinary one more trial, hoping it might do good farming and fruit land very 1 c .
may
I'( if desire. importance. For a long time that better. He pulled out the jubilate cheap and on easy terms; we are
i ., open they piece of road has been exceedingly syndicate and suffocate stops; IIhovedthe ready to show you, or write to In.1..r..I"d -
i{ ,,' I bad, and the old detour outrageous; duflicker over to the left and let SEVERAL' purtlea.FIVIi. giving, partlculnra.close
tracts
acre toKlBHlmmee
d The great tourist caravan is now but it's all over now, and as fine a her tear ahead at follows: i for sale oa east payment f 1 r
headed to the land of sunshine and path as a man could wish now runs plan Rood }land close to school and 4 N 7h&tL .
,i flowers, and Kissimmee is receiving: through the former scene of desola- Sound the loud timbrel, exulting church. and good town also a
member her share of these welcome guests sing
} tion. The Watcher felt that the com
nt bargain prices. Pan furnish any
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Fair Muse of Poetry, come to .
of this work thing In the of FloriajT
pletion great was worthy way homesiud 1 J
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aid.Come ,
Investing! a dollar In the Red Cross of special mention, and perhaps some invtMinent Free booklets and n.-
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"J with great wisdom, trium- to Interested, par- ......
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for a year's membership may be like poetical tribute. With that in view rorr."un.h."r.|
casting your bread upon the waters. /he trot out his old poetry machine j' phantly bring NKl.tiOV HUAI.TY t'NIPlVY.WANTFIuA .
Words telling our joy, the last SAM'S MAILS safe and sure, and our splendid
: Who knows when disaster may strike that hadn't been used since Bryanran - are
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brick n laid. ; i rood cook fAmily.., UNCLE
;. your city? for president the third time, oiled Tell them, Oh Muse, our great aspirations two. I'ppi r floor 17 Mabbette street ie. for giving prompt attention to mailed deposits are )J
I I it up -a little and started it to Mrs K. H. Cbombs. 48-lt-pd.
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850 alledged radicals ware taken going, with the following result: I "
In high empyrean-click- FOR 1'I.LJoOne horse, the result of careful studied effort to la
.+ into custody by the Federal drag net two cows one a satisfactorily serve! a age
i heir. r. H. Harrl re. R. F. D. No. 1. 1
and many of them will likely be def I 'Twas nlghtl and the somber dark- i Something in the machine snapped I 48 and constantly growing list of out-of-town depositors .
It wouldn't be bad idea to '
ported. a i just, then. The strain had been too
drag again. Upon the touring cars. 'great, the gilderfluke was busted. LOST lens-, Pair riding spectacles! bowa.. Return In case to Bifocal Mrs. _.
4., .. .Sl The earth had put its nightgown on The mechanism that had stood three J. H. Eby No 678 Portage St. "
On'Tuesday': of this week was cele. : And buttoned it with '.stars. political campaigns broke 'down while 48-lt-pd. WHEN YOU CAN'T CME TO TOWN ""iy') J JIf ,. ';

,I brated the first anniversary of the .,.'I\ 1\\,\\" trying to. do Justice to this occasion. FOUND--One small .'. I.' 'l, qt" .1., ;.

+ signing of the ArmistlceT'" when'''the The. donkey's loud hee-hawawaaheard Well anyhow, our'part of the great: about ''ten years old black. Owner horse mule can ... ... ..,1\,;"" ."....... ". . USE THE MAILS. ... .'.:.., '_ ::,,',
t world war came to a close, The day (For.which there seems'no cure,) Dixie Highway is completed, and tha: 'ha* aame by proving. property and "-\I 1" "" "" ' .
r i\ was one of re1oichg for the boys who While pulling autos from the. mud. dear peopl can joy-ride from Jacksonville : \V.paying Miller.for this advertisement. J..
have returned; and tears for those Along the old detour. to Tampa without dropping a 7-2t. you will drop us a line we will gladly tell you .
who will never come home. stitch. The Watcher is glad; and lie FOR RHNT-S rooms and bath, furnished -

Right then he stopped the machine.He rejoices also that so many good pe .- furnished.apartmenta.J. M. Wlllson.6 room flats not more about it, and incidentally a few food
I+ Kissimmee Is looking ahead to the wouldn't stand for its saying any- pie are coming to Kissimmee. ThU: 47.21.
t fact: that "pink teas" will be popularnow thing about the detour, especially mmunity has finished a great work FOR BAI.K-8-three room houses, on '
should
why this bank.
that one can't get "more than making verses about it. He found and may justly be proud. I Lake street. at $2600 each. Renting reasons yon use
!'a tea. An article In the Kissimmee -- -,- ---- - --- ----- --- --- -- -- son. for 16.00 per month. J. M. 47-Zt.Will-

z Valley Gazette says "Kissimmee is to .
r LOST-String of gold beads.. RewardIf
have a tea room where the most fastidious -
be.served with the daintiest returned to Mrs. E. L. Lealey. 47tf .
may "
), .. of foods usually supplied at I ,FOR SALE-Three: two year old helf- STATE BANK OF )

r .. convenience such places. This to will the be home a wonder.people REAL ESTATE BARGAINS I I era yearlingheifer and;. The.one two cattle* year and are old one from steer yearlingsteer. good two- :

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i !* who v are fond of -sriving afternoon ". I Jersey cows. Henry Qatllff, cornerSouthera
Uas 'well.as travelers."-Central and Kentucky Ave.. St.

Vt ,'. .Florida News. ? '' Cloud Fla. 47-It-pd. ,
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{ ".: y .e. ).l J. .,. For 'Next 30 Days FOR SALE-Cabbage plats ".50 per KISSIMMEE "j
; the thouaand. L. ,
; On Tuesday pf' next week A. King Kissimmee.
c ... Florida Federation of Women's Clubs _Fla. e-tf..
.- will meet at"Tampa ;in a : four day AI) WANTED-Woman for general housework RESOURCES $750,000.00 Capital)
y ,+ session --when many of the brainiest 1 8 a. .... toe p. m. Wave. 15 100000.00
Good broom house and lot all modern convenience $1500.00.1
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', ;women of education ; and cul.r \ a-wk." Apply to lire. Milton Pled-. .
ger. 4-tf.
; .+ tar, will assemble to consider' the Good house and three lots, with 'trees 170000. ,
orange Officer end Director 1
problems of. home and state that are DWELLINGS tOI'.t. Apply to M :

s confronting them.' ,. This meeting laapt Ten acre Grapefruit grove in good condition just coming into Tiller. C A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, Y-P., .
to sound a-serious withal .
note
c : r( for auaew-irealmha, opened >to wo, I bearing. Should have two thousand boxes of fruit. ,next year. A FOR BALE-On.good naeton.set single will sell harnessand or J. D. JEFFORDS, Cashier i ir

'i; men. and many will feel the burden beauty;::and worth double. the price. $5500,00.1'ourtteea''acres trade. M. D. Alexander 41-tf. N. B. CARSON, M. KATZ.. ;

pit..responsibility' treading. the new j 'of land under: good fence, with house worth FOR bath BALE, front-Fire And back room'bungalow porch; garageOn with C. A.. CARSON H. FLEMING, 1)) i

{ y J. \ ; ', $1500.00. pump'and tank in house 'three back. Fin location. No. 8 N. C. BRYAN '
I water acre bearing. grove | Brack St. Bargain at $1400. $100Caah. E. L LESLEY
u u The )Mothers'< Club of Kissimmee ; I'located. on Dixie ffighway. Price $2500.00.. Addresa Otis Stevens, Orlando ..J. WADE!: TUCKER Directors.
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scored another ''VIctory for real Flaw 4-ft.
civic improvement- I \ s
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placed ,
the hot lunch for.school'children:- pro- 'J ', 'furnished 'houses for rest at reasonable -rates. '. FARMERS sample copy-Send of today the Florida. for a Farmer free ,

ject beyond the-question success. .
The lunch : .. . _ . .
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and flfty'person.and that .
Y f number has somewhat Increased. This : ,'. 3\ Office. Ortr Central Market: 454te .\ .." .. 0 sb

the club to its lasting' credit, Initiated. .. ... -. .. . P -
campaign for
compulsory education "
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:f became a.state,law ;, ,,t SAVED
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We'ar< having some fun these. days , . ".:b ..
with ,the advertising.. bums."- Recent .( of"" !., ;Jo.- "
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mails brought in Government about eipt.eolumna matter "'e Telegraph Orders.Pmsptr/ Attended to. Open Day ud MgLtAnt. ;. ,\ , .

wit Drivelfleas. .
w .:,Publish For the' Good Hears. ..
of the Cause.: We -
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calling attention to the. Reso ,; ,
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lutions :recently passed by the South fit ..... ; I,
.;I ;q Florida Press "Association and as u ,
t ..1 nearly everyone replied. It baa open '
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ed up a line of correspondence that I / EISELSTEIN BROS. :
promises more fun than a circus. MONEY: MADEI'

Those high salaried ginks don't seem ."" *"- ... -*, j /1. ., j
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I makes ni look like a..darned foors-. Funeral Directors < L Embalmers

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i f ,'visitors in the ,.are pring'but M welcome',tI1....as fan the a'birds few 1 ; ?;ttUH i '.. . ; ; Stanford Beore You I

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.Plant City., tone ,of 1 j Florida'. a;moat Jfi1.t11i.AJ J I : 1 I'
s J.roeperoaDd pleasant. cities..was I" Rae I .1. .Iki- .
fi ihejscene. irf asne.rtWef-viiiistion; >, [OMe. i. ..laat. .ai.i. - ; :L '--J"V-;: --f. LaiT-A".t' I: ,}f> '
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OUR "WHITE WAY -
'I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles,
85c. a copy,'at Central Drug Store. '* Casino TheatreWeek I I, The iron posts for IClsiimmee's ; '
DON'T
I ITEMS OF A WEEK A fine baby girl 'was born to Mr. I"white way" arrived this .week and WHY YOU COMEand :

and Mr*. M. H. 'Croxton, Saturday November 17th have been distributed along the parking ..... .. - '-.----- v

November 8th.. __ .. I Matinee 4 P. M. Night. 7:11: 'and $:$O.' on Broadway;-' In a short time get a sack of ,,........' perfection Flour 'the beet FUmr Navy Blue Flaked Rit, at Central 'Dear Old Daddy Long Legs in I I now the beauties of Broadway will
.
Drug Store. Phone 41. Sheet Music, 16c a copy at Central> 'CYBr'an. HOrDATEugen. InI bo visible at night a* well a* by.day. I world. Everybody. I* slag It. Use. aD yea wart, said If y*a_aay yea. l

Revival service begin at the Store. Phone 41. *' THE PERFECT doa't like It It .
Drug :i> LOVER.Select.. (Lost-Gold watch: fob with dent in will act'net you a eent.
.>,, Methodist church next Wednesday.See I I Mice Lenora Fortner and her guest, aIde and "T" engraved on bottom of -
our advertisement in Classified/ Miss Alberta O'Berry returned from ''PBRfisdOF THUNDER MOUNTAIN" pendant.' Finder return to,, Valley '
list. Nelson Realty Company. i I. motor trip to Palm Beach Tuesday I I TUESDAYDorothy Gazette office and claim reward. These Prices Are For Cash Strictly

Dr. C.H. Summers came home the where they, went for a brief ,visit with > "THB Qlch HOPE In C EB'1'." 1
first of'the week for a brief visit friends, I Paramount. KINGS' DAUGHTERS' 5. S.CLASS "
with his family. I| For Rent. Light housekeepingrooms Bt.r Comedy. Peaches ,heavy syrup" ,', No. /,,1 '39 8 bar Octagon Soap...... .ftq e

FI.keer-nit, Navy Blue, and other complete. Central location.'i I I I WAITING WEDNit'DAL----AT THE CHURCH. __ ENTERTAINED.- Perches. heavy syrup, No. 2 '.89 6 bar P., A C. 'Soap....... .a6

colon, at Central Drug Store. Telephone 142 Mrs. W. H. .Farmer." : Bushman Bayne InI Mrs. D., O.' Wagner, teacher of.the ..Apricot. No.. 2 ._' ..,_.' .24<<" .6 bar* 'Naptha Sap:'......' .60'I '
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Miss Lenore Fortner left Wednes- I tf':1 I I I: "DARING HEARTS Vltaa-raph. Kings' Daughters class at the Meth- ... 11"bar Export. Boa ....*.. ,.60 "I
day for a' visit with her sister, Mrs. Miss Alberta O'Berry who' has Mutt Joff In dist Sunday school, and the officers, Irish Potatoes, 15 au'._.?. ,.65 ..11 pkgs..Grandma'. Waih-
Ira best, at Jacksonville. been the guest of Miss Lenore Fort- "IN SPAIN." Mr*. J. Z. Roberson Mrs.. C. E.: Hilton
7860 Acres well located, good land, ner for some time, returned to her I I I THURSDAY Mrs. G. M. Shearouse jr., and Alliance Coffee, Ib,' can..... .85 inc Powder ...-.__..... M ,J

very cheap. Nelson Realty Co 'p.ny.* home in Archer near Gainesville, Geraldine THE*TURN Farrar OF In THE WHEEL." Misses Cleo Wooldridge and Louise Armour Coffee, lb can....* .40 11 pkg*... Light House ..____ .GO' a

Mil Zada Lee has opened a1 studio Wednesday. i.,' Ooldwln. ,Thomason, were hostesses :Monday White House Coffee, lb can. .54<< Honey Boy 8. Rising, 24-lbs 1.80 1
in Verona Several bungalow home cheap Loyd Com. the residence .f
Moseley on
and on terms. Why pay rent See', "ALL, AT BEVi at the bungalow .Senate Coffee Ib can.'..... ..54Hudnut <<
street and is prepared to take piano KRtnAY Snap Shot Self Rising____. 1.70
pupils. us for bargains in-homes and invest I'i''CECIL, B. DEM1LLK PRODUCT lObi.I j' An elaborate program had been Meal, 5 D>*......r. .26 Gold '
Medal ,Pan Cake Flour
ments. Nelson Realty Company. .1 I "TILL, I COME HICK TO YOU." prepared which eliminated any possibility .10 r
Sheet Music, a new supply just received There will be the regular servicesat !I A Paramount Art craft Production. of formality and made thee Hudnuts Grit, 5 tbs_______ .25 Oats 100 lb. ____,.___:..._, 8.30 ,f '

41. at Central Drug Store. Phone e the Christian church next Sunday 1 I Monarch ThKins,' I I. a of character Belgium of the great herolo Im- ent a success from the first mom- 2 cans Pork Beans,No.2.. 25 Shorts, 100 lbs !10.....__.. 1.80 .r >
both morning and evening. Everyone i portanc thl* production." King _to The partner arrangingdevices. 2"'can*"Frel eh' "MustaYdiL.!: :.. M .. "
Mrs. Charles Carson, jr., and children has a cordial invitation to at Albert, .thn modern Monarch who has the conventional features and the r
left this week for Lake City, to tend. Strangers are especially wel- Inspired the love and confidence of hi* pictures drawn by Mrs. Ingram and 3 can No 2 String Bean. .2$ DRUGS. ,

be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy comed. 1 1I i l I try people, !who a* has no other proven. ruler that In a this king cou.-maybe picture drawing were all decidedly 8 package Gold Dust___.__ .rz<4< Turpentine per bottle _.. ..10

Chalker for a week or two. I Fine little improved farm, with democratic and whose bravery will clever. In fact so clever were the 2 pound Navy Bans--- Camphor per bottle ._....;:; .21, :

horn For hatching Sale-Ferris and strain day White old chix.A. Leg-. bearing grove loaded with fruit, also instance. comparable In the history to of few the similar world pictures. Wade drawn Tucker by that Mrs.they Ingram were given andJ. 1 pound Cowpeas .......... .09 Castor, per bottle ........ .80"

E. Thomas,eggs Tel. 215-3 rings. 46-tf chickens in, hogs Classified and fine column.garden.Nelson Price I I. the uctIo.moving. figure In this wonderfulprod honorable mention and asked to reproduce ,Kerosene Oil gallon ....... .20 Sulphur per pkg. .......... .05

Men's meeting at the Methodist given Realty Company. Christie Special Comedy featuring Fay them on the blackboard. Rev. Oat Meal package .___.___ .12 Epsom Salt, per pkg...--- .05
Tlncher In
next afternoon at Hodnett, as a consolation was also Macaroni 8 package _____. .25
bungalow Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Steiner and ANOEROU8 MAN "eO RAW. a.lied-to drawing.The Vaseline per bottle ,_.... .05
his
3 o clock. All men and boys are Augmented OrchestraITIcv display 8 ___.. .25
their son Frank, who are among the ( 26C. 35c, and 60 Cent guests were refreshed with Spaghetti package Machine Oil, per bottle___. .eo
urged to be present for a short hours' regular winter residents here, arrived SATURDAY sandwiches, fruit punch and ice Lard, per pound .-..._....- .80 Sweet Oil per bottle______? ,14<<

service. from their T>ttsburgh home Wednesday -. Lila Lee InTHE cream cones served at the conclusionof White Bacon best, per lb___ .80 Carbolic Acid per bottle.<_ .14<< I
Sixty acre farm, clear and improved another ". SECRET GARDEN"Artcraft
afternoon for season ,
in Illinois, to exchange for property Kissimmee. 'I the amusement then Rev. Hodnett Picnic Ham per lb. ...__--_ .26 Sweet Spirit Niter bottl4.14<<
in made short talk of the
Ham & Bud Corned}. a speaking ,.
near .Kissimmee. Nelson Realty The Gazette's job department is ( "HAM IN A IlUUa.. STORE" thanV fulness of Kissimmee peoplefor
Company.B. equipped to do all kinds of job printing I -- the past year of unchanged nat-
Coming Saturday Mary Plckford In.
W. Cannon, formerly of Kissim- on short notice and at reasonable THE HOOUL.UM" ional freedom and for their happiness CUT PRICE CASH GROCERYPhone
mee, but now living in Georgetown; prices. We make a specialty of I November 28th.I I at having their boys at home
S. O., has been spending a few days loose leaves for ledgers. 47-tf. : again from the scenes of the the .
here seeing old friends and attendingto the 'I If you have rooms to rents a small world war. This was especially effective 141 422 Broadway ,
revival services at
business! matters. Remember advertisement in our classified col- as Lieutenant McCaughen,
Get a copy of "Ragging the Chop the Methodist church begins next d I''nmns will fill them. 48-tf. wha has just been honorably discharged QUICK SALES AND SHALL PROFITS
Wednesday. There will be ft) '
Sticks" and "At the High Brown and it I I Miss Gladvs Casler was the week I was among the guests of Out of Town Order Given Prompt Attention
preaching, good music is hoped
Baby's Ball," only lie a copy at Cen- of in end guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. i the class. r..J
revival
a great religion our Ai'll.
I By request of Wagner the -- -- - --- ----
tral Store. -
Drug Morrow at their pleasant home in the J'
Rev. breach 'of Rollins% College, and midst.taking You part can in help these by serMces.l attending. Shingle Creek section. [Dirty was dismissed by the singing .

Winter Park, will preach at the I Fine apartment buildingsbringing 'of the Doxology, which was a fitting
!
l has been .close to Rev. Hodnett's talk.
Henry Sinpre'tarywho a
Presbyterian church
Sunday morning ,over $8,000 per annum, will exchangefor ,
at 11 o'clock, also at 7:30 in the ev- student at the (Sewannee Military good Florida property. :Nelson
ening. Cordial welcome to all. Academy In Tennessee, has returned Realty Company. The contractors hope to complete RwcRoss'
'home, as the fire there destroyed the ,I the paving between this city and
Permanent Waving-Will not come school barracks. In common with The girl!* banket ball team of the i Campbell next week. The fruit busi- ,

out with washing. Mrs. McCoy's other students, he lost all his belong- O&ceola High school, will play the Ineaa, has been taking a good many
Beauty Parlor, Yo.U.Duckworth ings. He will not return to school i Sasford girls on their court tonightin of the men from this work which has
Bldg.. phone 508, Orlando Fla. 48-4t. 'until after the holidays. the opening game of the season paused some delay.

Dr. J. H. Therrell, Sunday School I Geraldine Farrar is a positive revelation -
I
Field Secretary for the Florida con- Rev. W. H. Coleman left Tuesdayfor in "The Turn ol the Wheel," HUMANE SOCIETY TRUTHS.Now t .SHOES.I: ::
Tampa to represent the State' ,
e eS
ference of the Methodist church, will her first Goldwyn Picture, which
speak at the Methodist church tm) convention of the Christian church, comes to the Casino Theater Thurs that the game law allows
evening at 8 o'clock. All are cordially in session there. Mrs. Coleman. who day. hunting of quail and ducks it is wellto 6
is secretary for a large district, went notice the conditions where it can 1 1ThePeople's
invited to hear him. <, I Mrs. Gertrude M. Katz and How.; ' t. '
down l\fonda11CLa1t; .nd the meetings be done and in* degree : ,. "
lawfully some J" '
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C. D., Carroll, of Fitzgerald, Ga-.I planned Jar women's work. The convention ard and Edgar Katz returned this In The Ocala Banner and ,\ I t .
;, spent a few days here this week looking ,, week) from their sad mission at Baltimore humanely. \ ,\'' \ '"
after business interests. Mr. adjourned Thursday where they laid the remainsof Le aburgt Commercial we have just. i ., : < .: ';W' ) I
Carroll s. farmers in his section Miss Augusta Winn, who has beena the late M. Katz, to rest. read the restrictions, noticing especially 'j .\ .' FOR LADIES. :. <, .'" ,". : .
. teen the long list .of birds which .....' ... ;
have hit hard th:s year by student at the l State College for furnished '''''''f' 'j'l' I --<;"' :""' "" "
the boll weevil and excessive rains. Wemen at Tallahassee, has returned I Splendid (cottage well : must not be killed at all; and the :"

Advertise wants in the Val- home to recuperate from a recent ill- close in, $2750; small cash payment, regulation that no migratory' birdsbe We have just received a large shipment of the famous Red,
your balance like paying? rent. Let us hunnted between the hour of sun- ;
Miss Agusta had
ley Gazette. If you have property ,eration ness. on the throat and a her slight physi'clan op-- chow you. Nelson Realty Company. set and half hour before sunrise in Cross Shoes. Call in and see them., t''
for sale for
or exchange or rooms, the morning. There are other interesting

rent a small advertisemenr in our 1' recommended rest from school Capt. S. A. Buck and Ord Bass rules and we sincerely hope We also have a big line of the well known Liberty: Bell School
classified columns will\ put you in I{duties for a few weeks. Miss Agus enjoyed a day's fishing at Canoe that Florida citizens and "the stran-

touch with the people you want to ,ta expects to return to school after I I Creek recently] when they had splen- ger within our gates" will abide by Shoes..
,the holidays. did luck.
caught
reach. 48tf. I, They fifty-one them more fully than they usuallydo. .
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bogue arrived I I I A. M. Cox of Kensington, Ohio; black bass, which, in the aggregate, i
in the city yesterday from Cassopo- .T. A. Thompson of South Dakota; weighed 192 pounds. The largest wasa "Up Among the Birds' is one of ''*

lis\ Mich., where they spent the summer ''Edward Kiouez of Jillette N. J.; seven pounder. the frequent bird-lore! article of the FRED S. G lL.B."Ek."r'; : :
among relatives and friend.. Mr. Richard E. Craw, of Eaton Ind.; Mr. Mr. C. W. Spence of Georgia, ha Winter Park Post. We doubt there :

Bogus says they are here now to end Mrs. Hutson and nephew, J. D. purchased! the Barrier! property on being a place in the state more loyal . .
!stay, and are occupying their resi-iTdenc. Baton, of Missouri are among the 'Shingle Creek, through> the Strout and appreciative of bird life than I #-' .:

n on Mabbette street. welcome winter visitors ,who are Farm Agency and will take possession Inter: Park where a'' strong Audo-
D. G. McKay returned last night I' making Kissimmee their' headquarter of same about Dec. 14th. Mr. bon Society\ flourishes the year ..
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from a business trip to the North this season. They are guest at Spence i I. a substantial farmer and around
and ,while there made connection the Westfall boarding house. will be a 'welcome addition to this Whenever we read of mad don, '

with some monied people who are community.. especially in warm weather the Fayorite 1.0.

anxious to make good real estate C..:G.. Bowen wife and daughter thought come had"Would it have happened
if of water to WOOD
they plenty !
loans on either city grove or farm of Orchard Nebraska are among the ,
when could
drink they wanted but
properties., Telephone No. 210.
1,' recent arrivals who will remain not aak for itT* .. -" ,
Mr. and Mr. E. L. Lesley, and ion, through the ,winter., Mr. Bowen has A personaal- letter lately/received .rr38
Mr. the interest.in section and .
Leroy Lesley are among property this From a live-wire Humane worker of "
: well-known Kissimmee folk visiting' Is.,becoming a.. regular winter resi
Do You New Albany Ind., told of a parade In
Orlando today. They were here for (I dent. The family 1* comfortably located honor:of returning soldiers and sailors sI
.\ the purpose of having their son receive in the ,Glover cottage,-on Mabbette' ,and in it was a beautifully-deoor-
i medical treatment for a severe street;
a I .ted auto to represent the American
I' hurt in a football game. Reporter give Miss Edith M. Thomas of Tallahassee Humane Society: organization. ''The bar ,now: ready for? ""'delivery ''eiurge
Star., ,who i* State director of home letter says. "We want to keep.It' before -
,,' The first meeting of the B. L. C's Car? economic: for Florida, made an official the public a* much a* possible "
' was held at Eleanor Rosen's. Geraldine visit to Kissimmee this week, arriving -feeling that,. by ao doing, we, can increase r ,, .quantity ,of'both: ,, Stow, and

S? ., Lesley wa initiated to the club. here expressedherself the membership and, consequently ... .. . .
,, The officer were elected and deli- ,a* well ylease4with the domestic its influence. > Fir Wood\ and am prepared to
t clou refreshments of. punch and science department 'in the The just ,quoted paragraph would . -. v "
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cookie were served. The next meeting schools here which i* under the direction be well to remember, by, officer*..,of c '< I . ..

(I'; \ will be held at Eleanor Over- of Miss Iona ,Hough. Humane organizations in this state. ,. deliver- .. ,...,oaMibott. ,..notice. ..PriceSLBO'a .. 1 1'I

I;.,.. street'.. Eyestraia May very:easily! ,be 'Mrs.':Minnie; Moore-Wlllson, a celebrity Perhaps publicity cannot i often be by Better than ,Batter- and. Always ."* j
Wm. Goodrich returned Wednesday rrravated by'T driving decorated car ml!parade, but it cane Strut.D.Rotundo.. .:-
a car. who i* known nation-wide'' a* ,
night from Lake, City Minn. > done by frequent press notice in t Fi..h'AtTay1irs ,
*
.e aUempt'to fee** the eye*. an authoress,> hajs returned to. her and advertisement '
''I 1 where he spent the past three load papers, other plan* of '
month.. Mr. Goodrich .say the 'a* object which yea are .*.*. Klsslmraee home:after a -pleasant of this worthy cause. If '
weather in Minnesota ha been summer spent>l in Mew York dt.wMra. the several societies in this state will .
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JItt.
very ..lag rapidly irritate tie already Wlllson Groceryif
I the few state* that there i* no end the writer of this article occasional ,. .
disagreeable past week, !
< doubt that Florida will veritable .
4(. i there, being an abundance of anow trailed. eye*. see a Humane press news, she will .
; and Ice and that he i Invasion. of traveler this season gladly give :it in usual monthy -. / <*,'
J clad to-rW space .
Dti the u-ht.
: ,
't for
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1,."' back in Florida again. fire p every one who can possibly dosoi y communications from a number of ""' > 1
'bare att..... te.Beria i planningto come south for a while PHONE ST. 47-tf
Lieut. pal. McCaughen returned to; yew eye ,at least. The coal shortage and the the Ida. best. known newspapers In -Flor- --C} : ,

Kia.imm.-'la.t.weekt received his diacnu.Irom having recently the by lettnf a* eaaaaiaetkeat scarcity.of food will play a part in The Polk County Record: say in a BIRTHDAY" PARTY FOR r

service. Cal spent several months t. lad eat what ewes ringing visited Len South who have never Thrift and Economy" article: The ELEANOR OTfRSTREETLittle
before :Mr*. Willson '
i with the army of occupation ,fa Germany : Ae: rtraia. Geed sight b tee .a'a. man or boy woman -or girl who cannot Miss Eleanor-Overstreet was ,PREVATT-HANCOCK..

duties having been assigned him important ea uabi. far year access and handle them I*cow Sure without to fait"quarrelingwith hostess Friday evening at the homeof Joe Prevatt, who I.I one of Kim-, ,..,

which to.gave become a familiar splendid comfort te nut the *&gktetrbk NOTICE. "A thousand cases of cruelty cane her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. mee'* well known young men, wa

opportunity tf tt. The ladle of the Presbyterianchurch > prevented by Humane Educationfor Overstreet, entertaining. some fifty of married on'Thursday, of last week t,
with the well life iatpairiaf .
civilian as a
army
the eleventh Miss Nina Hancock at her home, r
to
in that will bold a. lone Such" _pie everyone that can can be pre- her friends the event being ,
;( country. Oar eqaJpsaeat, totetkerwitk' socjal at the home of J. W. Evans vented by persecution. F.r. better anniversary of her birthday. near Palatka. The ,wedding wa a
Mrs. ,
Mr. Walter C. Lee of Loughman, ,"The Inn. Posslel'' Tuesday he fence at the top.of the precipice The young people were amused by quite home affair, the ceremony being . ,
avenue,
ha taken the. Moaeley house on Rose ear. :-.JdD..'... .,experience eatables and Lois the of thaMethodistchurch ,
r I Nov. J8th, from seven than the ambulance at the bottom." gamUt Miss Helen Base. pronounced by pastor .
-' avenue for-the-winter. With him ares a* te detenniae exactly to ten evening 0' ,.+" There will be a variety This I* one of the wise' sayings of Oventreetdirecting" the fun and Stet;:Hsti11i fi. '

i s: hi* mother, Mr*. E., E. Lee, sitter tke coaditiea aged aeeds eTjewvaa. of pies-odd* and end pie, musical Geo. T. Angell founder of the Humane served banana, wafers and' coda This 1* the culmination'' aro-f1 r ps'
Miss Zada B. Lee? and aunt Miss ** pie, curiosity and frauly chicken Society, and quoted from the water'at.the conclusion of the evenIn mance (dating before"the ,war, \1eupid' u
.
i' Harret S., Gleaaom, from Oxford, N. . All mirth Humane Education Bureau. plan were set aside then that i
conglomerations. -
provoking
I'r Y. Miss Lee will a piano das p witha Uncle Sam' call for 'soldier night '
presented
open " GRACE A.iTOWNSEND. MlM: Eleanor 'wa* .
/ in Eiallm.....' She hag studied modem W.. f..SANDIRSON'co.1' )JBC, Refreshmentsr'will xbe"a_. -ncL Public 'Human Society:: Press Snpt lot: of pretty' present by. her, be I answered'and: the JrI'OOm..n.cI, '
of chil uacI- Stan. on-'the,
method for the teaching: cordially invited .A good loatwntohear Interlacbett.- friend, .. th. aaci..Stlipe
.I drenaad,1i,also prepared to''teach OptoatetiU*.'-*:. ,Maaafaetartaf Che band eoneeri. Our-ehal- ..... field: of Franco .r " v '' '-
advanced pupil,'.her' latest instructor I lean old. r Our".oranges *re '' getting rip I andaround FreJ Harsher and family motored I Mr," aDcI.1In. Prevait have a host .
never n.wJl&'fIlJao,
yet ,
; ha been.Mr.< i I ; vine' leDge old; yet ever new.' Ill rarely trooping badly: in some of the groves to*Barter'Tueedey take'part *. .

,chnay, the' New' ,York .pianist and 2<. IrMdwey, Easy ,Fl*. be right,there, \WID yout' i here now.. x II the ArmUUce "bntloo. > :
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GOING'TO FAIR SHE SED Tb. list follows
P CHEST I Com-18,000.000 bushels. 1
a Sweet Potatoes-4,054,000 bushels. -

WITH Oranges White Potatoe-S,218.000 and &1'apefrult9..07,680b.lhel. bushels.. '' ;,

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I Sugar Cane Syrup-'120,000. barre -
].. andCitizenship
4' Don't { Cabbage-402.222 crates. Criticism
T Tomatoes-4,000,800 crates 4:1;:
,1 Met In" ,' ( Oats bushels.
: ,. '- -500,000
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t. . ,, 'W.teremlona,400 cats N
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'I : ",, Cucumbers-893,450 crates.
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Cantaloupes-85,000 crates.

fTMIAT Snap Beans 02OOO'''.crates.
s I I ti I I might Pecans-10,110.000 oounde.
be nearer Peanuts 5,200,000 bushels. .1 i

Will action avert with. Tobacco-Open pounds. field' culture 1225.000 ,- It is the plain, public duty of every

1 For fifty ,,I Tobacco--Grown under shade, .2- citizen to criticize proposed govern- ,:
rested "

I coughs.phlegm, 350,000 Velvet pounds Bean*-1.260,000 bushels. ment measures believed to be harmful. ,

r', take greeable It ) 4 Celery Lettuce-1,115,000-crates.-1,651,200 crates.! Swift & Company is in a better position -}

s OOc. and f ; Peppers-482,000 crates.
344f than others to understand -
druggist's.. Sea Island Cotton-26,000 bales perhaps,

Short Staple Cotton-34,000.bales. ., the meat packing business in all ,
Cow Peas-131,000 bushels. ..
Bowel: a ,, Eggs-16,500,000 dozen. its relations to public and private interests -

-liter : Poultry-1,750,000, value $2.000-, .
+ headache. ', 'q q; 't ,1 te' 000. even though the others may have ,
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*King's New- I 000000.Milk-15,000,000' gallons, value $5- been giving ,the subject ,a great deal of

natural, , Butter-2,000,000 pounds value sincere attention.
Purgatives\ '
tive. $8,000,0'00.Our .
not ,be taken .' naval stores are generally estimated Swift,& Company is convinced that
rotl at $25,000,000.Our .
King's New phosphate is estimated at $10- interference with its legitimate business

c firmly Dating the : 000000.Sponge industry, $1,000,000. function by governmental agencies, '

promoting Honey 800,000 pouads. would be
Cleanse the however well intentioned, an
know the Florida produces more than 200
at all d different farm, garden and grove injury to every man woman and

I products; ships 55,000 cars of fruit child who eat wellas
n and vegetables per annum. Her total wants meat to as

\ t crop value is around $118,000,000 to thfe men who raise the meat andto
I Florida has 1,500,000 cattle, value
dress and distribute it.
You <:y $21,000,000. those who
You... more Horses and mules 'value, $20,000000. ,-
enjoyment out going, my pretty merely getting ready "sir," to ex Maximum service that cannot
blood Is in Mother Goose habit her cow for a prize at the
the blood dew this Instance she Florida State Fair Jacksonville Constipation.Most monopolize because of keen competition -

the system, : air" but November 22 to 29. I laxative and cathartics afford and lack of control over sources

e GROVE'S nervousness '' only temporary relief and of supply is furnished at a minimumof )-
should be used only for that purpose
restores and ,When you want permanent relief profit-a fraction of a cent per
Enriching COUNTY NEWS SERVICE lake Chamberlain's Tablets and be
l } Its bow strc It brings j careful to observe the directions with pound from all sources. -
J' each package. These tablets not only .
appreciate it Improves R. THOR WEAVER, County Agent move the bowels but improve the appetite Therefore Swift & Company is
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and strengthen the digestion;:

i GROVE'S is not a i i to seed in sugar :, WONDERFUL POSSIBILITIES. I, taking every legitimate step of citizen-

IRON: end <,ar'/t crop The It hns long been the popular opinion State Market Notes ship to prevent such interference
l,; So ptcasai.t make every that "riorid.i ill the ,iich man's play
blood needs sugar cane, if j:.,'ound" and that climate ,is the I II These advertisements are intendedto
to Enrich it. use. j'leatest asset of this jrreat state A I The Iri" planting Keasont baud |
e. erties never feed cost to feed pel'uslIl] of the following interesting "I'o" honu1 grounds tiiiiliouKl. ] 1 Munil I help you and to help Congress
f' the blood.: a very important! facts telling of its natural advunta- in groups, and shrubbery should be
I decide what is best be done. Mis-
Thr as will feed in instead of two three individual to
} > crops ges';: and its industries is proof positIve lI1al.es. or -
TASlELLoS:: : planted and a that its citizens are really hardworking plants Freakish or odd takes are costly ahd apt to be harmfulin
;' the favorite! to insure people and make a lot of looking plants Rive grounds the ap- I
More than. J 1 money by the sweat of their brow" LPearnn"R[ of a museum, T'oi' ':da has these trying times.FLORIDA .
would ride a : \*"' c see that the First as a winter resort! state. J a great variety of native trees I
TASTELESS and that your First in variety and number'of shrubs and vines for use without
member cf ,fresh and salt fish / | bringing fin( !t'rotlJue things. Be I 1
needed a I First in area of fishing waters natural.
tonic. The CROPS both fresh and salt. I 1fwrite you are a grower of sugar cane STATE FAIRJACISSONV
day and you First in the production of naval to the V. S. Department of
Hare. SOo per I I I I stores-turpentine,! rosin, tar, etc. 'Agriculture, Washington, l). C., for ILLS
unable First in possibilities of sport with its bulletin describing the Mosaic dis- November 22-29
to 'sow the king of \game fish, the 'tarpon. ease now infecting sugar cane in sev-
during\ October I First in accessibility by steamsMp eral counties of Honda Cane infected -.
CAN'T warm weather. lines from all countries of the world by this disease has been put under -
few days have First in number of lakes and vol- quarantine by the State 'Plant
,. It. to plant ume of surface water in rivers rfnd. Board and cannot be shipped into Swift & Company U. S. A. .
G. Clayton lakes. other counties. 1 1WNAi j'
i WHEN 4r"I'M that farmers First in accessibility to consuming I| Farmer. Balletsn No. 1055 just issued -
< of the fine
e markets with winter grown fruits by the U. S. Department of Ag-
in
and get and vegetables. | riculture, Washington, D. C., discusses -
get busy mak Firat in having the most uniform, different kinds of. hides and skins,
salubrious and healthful climate in and tells how to prepare them :for
it is advisable the United States. market. '
i. .
! : and BECOME! 01 :
: done rye in, some First in area of commercial oyster i|I Bees have no useless classes The THE AvuAtE sass 'j'
separate beds, possible of development 'info .a social instinct in the bee is so strong RUEIVEO BYn
variety of green great'industry. that a single Individual Isolated''from l >iu lF>r at corvlpaNlr :'
relished stock. o
by First in the possession of the longest .: any.other will die in a few days. The [nor rr[ uu a rtar ". .
,;, 'Am Full kinds can be car and salt water shore line of any state bee as an individual is nothing unlessit 8 41 .aces 0D1O.rr. ; ,'0,
' ity cheaply, -over 1,200 miles. contributes to the race or colonyto UY[ ANiraa "
- ; ; .
by using such e. u.oo car.. row uw.C .
which it The fact
First in connection with direct railroad j belongs. same layl.arO ra/ellf
Sleep ; train service with the chief largely applies to the human being a... uwlTtwua.o .
Mr. Clayton states and cities of the Union. I The British Food Controller has o 0
Again their worth for First in number of nectar bearinr fixed the maximum prices of live a q snrtawllrawr u ra.rrt .
f' They are relished plants and flowers for bees, with cattle until July 8, 1920. The pricesfor
.' ales dull a :: yield a large honey making an all the year round 1920 range as follows: $20.67 for > -- -- - ".
and
=f. a I per acre, I proposition.First 3rd grade; $21.88 for 2nd grade; ,
i b r ..g'le ./. .I.. oats crop can be in mileage of picturesque inland $23.10 for 1st -grade.On oooooo..o.ooooo.ooo.ooooo.oooo.ooooooooooo .
lottiac is in
, i, bow this \ stopped river an dauto trips with unsurpassed some farm. more farm machinery
Yhsg. Mil grow out in the opportunities for fishing} is ruined by being exposed to
sandy soils, hunting and camping.' the elements than by active use.
z .-.w" '.'Tor y' hark pears froa best results, as it First in quality of avocado or alligator Machinery needs protection against ExperienceGreat
T'' !!.*. I'd k.T But on land pears, a fruit distinguished for contraction and expansion, heat and
t durlag Lht buohels of corn or containing more fat than other cold rust and rot.The '
, sad any :
.M ..... UM" f : of the best known tree product. hen ia.a meat eater. Animal Facilities "
i fona -.r : acre of oats will First state in the Union to hayewinterIn'OWD food of some kind is necessary for Storage
d 4 aaataoa as two acres of fowls to maintain health and vigor
at Umo. sad ) celery, lettuce, turnip., ,
1. I kad t.... . radishes and other garden truck ;In and to make them produce meat or ,
BOO kalpod. oats crop>> should the northern markets. : eggs. A knowledge of .this fact has
.. r
f .' bogs sm and harrowed i
stock ..... harow. A good First rock used in America, for done more to increase the poultry.*
d rlckt ,.. man's profits than any other one
building the .
f. was coqnins.made
essential for the purposes
sootked B> thing in poultry feeding. The scar
.. I 11 koadaokoB Fast pat a.s. of seed acre large up bodes along of shells the east and coast.foundin city of eggs in winter,is.largely due In Ideal Formulas we offer you Experience dating from
per ,
etlto to lack-of animal food. The fact
sot a
,tm saelwtk' red Rustproof First in number of ..un.hlne'.)'.. that chickens, when given the libertyof the very beginning of commercial production of Floridacrops. "
"
..
I ytlrety Bleep' oil ... I planted. A One Florida daily newspaper makes the fields in summer find animal This experience shows not only the yalue of proper ,
offers the best no charge for to subscriberson
"KiAo : papers food in the form of. bogs!, worms,
m. ; This leaves the day when' the sun fails to shine. grasshoppers, etc., escapes the notice materials correctly proportioned a* to availability, but the "

tract Droe*of li- the surface of the The crop summary for the year of the farmer and in.winter he does need of perfect physical condition at time of application.To t
Yw .a tba kid.. and dry weather 1918 as compiled by: Comptroller not see the necessity of feeding it.
': .ad) klood,. Oats may Amos hold. other surprises. It'a figures Reports from the State of Sao secure this condition, the fertilizer must be made long
._ok.10_.. (as.o and har- show Florida to be capable of Paula. Brazil, are to the effect that in advance batched and reground. This calls foe enormous
rY teed.ek.*,. shallow harrow. producing varied products in commercial owing to the damage to ,the coffee house Acres of
-*) tlm. aad greater quantity quantities, and will likely plantations by frost In July 1918, attention store capacity. flooring are necessary to insure
:t Th jHnplM* On, .".'. > this way than surprise even those who have known ,has been,turned to cotton anda goods being thoroughly cured, seasoned, blended before
yoralta. is "used., something of Its steady development. production of 45,000 bales is indicated
r r .Marat elopwlipt. I Ine. I 1* 'will pay to use, for 1919. It is a short staple] being sent out to you.

+ sat..dM I ; of several acid phos- and shipments will be made to Ene.JaneL Labor i i. high and difficult many other expenses and

1F the oats days are I HEED OLD ADAGEOunce Livestock is the foundation of problems are to be met-hold fast to all the Sure things.

[ and .make grain! sound 'agriculture. Go where you that make for your success. By choosing Ideal Fertilizers .
of soda applied in Prevention Better Than and will find prosperity .
of please. you you have eliminated the fertilizer problem. Over
be found a ,
profi quarter
Pound of Care. In that community or that country
t close I where livestock production is _highly century of profitable field results are back of them. Why .....
." as grat- With influenza again making inroads developed. take unnecessary chances?
land suited
on to into the health of the country The American consul at Dakar In .
more feed per the old adage "an ounce of prevention West Africa, reports a demand .j
be' taken off In natives for Florida Is
than
is better a pound of cure, among syrup.
; :,rar. ] spring if the never meant more than it does now. nearer Africa than any: other American
it to mature. A 3-ounce bottle of Dr. Williams state. The consul says: "Syrup ,
One of 101 Tonic will save many pounds of could be introduced by advertising
,; built the farmer to cure. 101 Tonic ,contains Quinine, with large pictures and a careful free Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer
cement and repair and Iron and Magnesia. This a proper distribution of samples through a Co.
L' lap and is laid by some combination where eases of Colds. good large food importer as agent in Manufacturer* Meal Fertilizers ,
l in need of repair. LaGrippe, Fever and Malaria as well each of the principal West African
)Q paneled or harrow may as "Flu," are to )be treated or wardedoff. ports. The samples might be put up Jacksonville, FUu
Yt .., 'large have to be ordered Insmall tins or bottles."
windows should be done During the influenza epidemic per.onllntereete4 ,in milk goats
wilt be ready for I should send to the U. S. department
i bath which covered the country in October :
,,-,. large -the spring.. I 1918, the-sales-of-101 Tonic.Increased 1 agriculture, Washington D. C, "T h
lTr 'I etc., more than 500%. This proves for Farmer Bulletin No. 920. Experience -
en established on that 101 Tonic is an effective treatment -, shows that good doe will tin No. 266; published free by the U. No'Worms la a Healthy CUM: .
'M'EP: J I about ten, times her body S. Bureau oft Agriculture, Washington '
the Japan for this disease. I produce AD ehlldioa bookish with ___ Jaw saaaIt :
rI 'I ,- Farmer of 101 Tonic not only treats.the disease weight of milk annually. Goats eata D. C. It should be In the hands basks oaIar,wbkh ........pow IaIood W..a- .;"
: orlf.. : Jape have' en but acts asa general tonic. greater :variety of plants than any of every housewife. eats.then L .sea ..1- a.m.ob dkgrN.as \ .
::6]" business and Get 101 Tonic! at your drug store other animal, and when on, the range It was stated at the nteD\U..e- .s1a0Vga r lgi'cuss ohWTOlI1C dew rel.Mry '
{ "1 of the Paen'q} "-25c- and Me bottles. Accept Be prefer brush, briar weeds and coarse stock 'romd-ap meeting. at Gaines- pas.f M dIa at.tlta....wake.ad wIJt aoekk.. 1M kiss/. L- rwbtlala '
{ e it is absolutely substitute for there is no'medieolpreparation fodder., <*. : .. v V' ville.-.,that ,Florida,! is;buying _sixteen a w.......set.,....0-.1.-,. ..........thaw+
." ; s. fighttothe sold which is like, Dr. --Preparation r. Vegetables forth* million dollars Worth'. of. dairy products 1IINw.....................wtAM.rd. M I'
% I ,Jay| ,.Cexette', l ': :)t oftb country.", ;:: Williams] NeiOlrTo dc, Y, Table"" ,"to1-the' ." -title. of.>) Farmer Buller. In t the North. .kt Iwa holiY, ........a aka,..Mtlaltla ::.r.I

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:; The, New' Ocftel *r.
'
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>*> o* .. .. The testing''ot motor,cartliketb; *'
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.r bonding, of spotor. cars, ,. 'h..-Wider;
.. : cr- .. r. ". { i i' iron 'marM ,/'Iufy....... 'r<*ifiajr'. '
.
f' . .." t : fl -L' .. "" 4L . the .last fw'yean. New'' standards a
, ". ;, !;t .i! :..."Q"'j, ''' !. r', !. .\, : ;.... et have been?:created and new.psecbani-[ r
'It:: .. (
. > e. cal tetlnc'device. have been perfected (
,i' '" e .to keep pace,with 'development, .
,' f,I., ":, ' . of the automobile Itself. ". '
ee
,", 4 ..>i't, e It remained[ for .the Willys Over.land. *.
e .\ './ :),h' Company.however,. to sapplr
. . '''n.4.\ ; < the supreme;test to its latest model
-e t fI!. :fo.""'",' "...".. .:;. .1', . '. \\ Qverland4. which,, has Just\been an-
L 1_ : 'I!! "" flounced This it. b.li.ndhu
.tl.I", / test, .Ia
". f- : of<
.
e \ established new >
.-.. . ./ I tif.I tif.\ 1, : toting .nd',relln.ment'.t detath to
:f. ," .,,; .. make a ear practically }perf.ctm.chanicauybefor. .-
r t 1Sl r' !., 't ti. .ri1- .,:"tpgoeto'th.; owen
: .
o J ,--.. _-.- :.' .. -. w\ .....'.; '
I ) .\ The history of the development, ra eP "
., .. -.! e TI' building and testing of..Overland 4, 1
: : '. ". which Introduces the 'new' throe point
", h, . : .. : spring suspension,covers artoeriod>> of
ears.' The ea* .
.. '. .; }l. .. "It" I.. decade of progressive engineeringachlevment. .

t . "r. \ { t ',: < J) r : 1 1 car; of a y.ar''lntenaly engineering
ii. .
experiment aM.tw.rye.r+.
; .r :1
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.. actual' .demonstration and test In all,
t ,. .,Ii' ""!" kinds of weather and -aH aorta ATroads.

.. 4. ..,........... ..{ I ; :. : zDurlagith..tao.'yari'.of
.. I I. _?test
Overland was given' 2 M>,OQO 'mO_
: .: : of actual toad demonstration'That's(
::: .., .E ten time. around the world'before a a.

e : single ear went. on the market
.. These tests
were of groat value to
: .i ..., .. . :' the engineering and the, production,
l ";; r .. departments of the ,Wilt;,. Overland s,
.- Company and ftnallthe man who
E :.J buys the ear. Astaffof engineers/
-1':'. .
.rii- studied the.car darlp..u.o- !50,000mile.
of)test to 'determineovery refinement
. .. ,
and improvement that mightbe
necessary4.10..make th'ear when
; ;
, i'iftr.: it wont on the market free from service .
m. troubles and assured eeonbmy'
\
.1 ;: Z. in operation 'and perfect" ease .of
ridingbecause of the new three'point
..;., .. . .,. a .,. springs.-,- s. X t"? .* .. \ s
..Thevalu *! '
. e .of 50,000 mUs f *s>
.. hau.t1v.testing"may"fnrth.r5': :t be.

,I Judged from .the comparison with. we
\ f.. :/ i tI usualcustom of\sending 'now'' 'car
1 into the market after* >1i llaa 'beeft
pounded one roads 1n"some'' 8,000-to
> : : '75,000 mn...01. demonstration. Overland
Ii k I 4i S">* ..Id.the Ant'car that
: Tested 250,000 Miles : has gone'of'perfect1 on the' production'after market with a pedigree two,

years of constant testing: 4 ; j 5? ;;
'The .sectionof the country picked
r,, Three-Point Cantilever for,these tests was in.Nature a,la) oh'y;
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Springs Ii atory of: the Southwest-Colored.
: New .Mexico" and"Ariaona.. .There'
nature .,,seams,,unfinished. road

r_ Greatest Improvement.jSince: | : rock-strewn was thers that, tortured, the ..."sn.. IOU...W7.decided/It "**

i } ;; that th.. new'three ...'suspension
springe ,could )joa-given. .a.....p..... '\
test of the ,unexcelled ease.of riding #

.I; ;' : PJ1 e. made; 1Jr. s .<. I. which.''Accordingly they have a lest now of Introduced.Overlsnd'iss'*,; ...

. ." .. , w.-. ::# ; wen!'"'lsfc ,,41itaactiaib A";-
.,/ ; of engineers accompanied the cars te
watch, every;Aoot.of-performance % A
: 4 has been through the greater comfort-under all .road'conditions. el Colorado: the ears were set to'work' s.allnfV
put ; .: '
; 11OVERLAND '......tala 'sides :'twisting'an?.
f and test possible. :":" :: 1: .J.t I J tantac.th.'aaup"; \ tnms of
severe \...
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almost ,
They do.awa ltiney.wlth'slder
>< '_ : th* precipitous< .cliffy .and; raonntala, t

: 250,000 miles of mountain trails, desert sway and rebound which twist and rack die :tI sidesaadVroIUnr strewn roads. .:rb.' over..wa... the pl.nty'of* MaS....-. '

: ';w.* ::J- j'aarilliait) l'lV'mtidt1i ndd'uatd: ;; Inon-tluf;'; .. ;.; : . mod-eeas of it, thick' and atkkdu.blabo' as .,'
t. )and'I running"-beards a**** !

r : ,strated the.. 'Duality .of every part of the car* ,. Diagonal attachment of the Three-Point :1rac stretches In New.JlaJeo.utMri.t.of, deep 'shifting sand which,. f

\ -L . threaten*'tO tack Land "twist the
jn) : .- *:- .longbcfore: w?}beganjnanuTactunng.) ; Spnn2latboth. ends of' a l30 Li were great
.\ : t-.f-* 'This remarkable:test showedconc'lusivelybase gives. the'steadiness, .and ,smooth riding : of plain", Innumerable river streams 3'

I t : that Three 1 -Poiit Cantilever, :Springs, ex Iu1." .of.the! heavy car ofl long& wh J.base.,,; : : .. to and torcJ.worae.mudtbu.Won.atrekhe.. ,of road (that-were so e
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th.y.krw.embledawtooth'blade
: fll! hen slue w wit/h\ Oycrland l ; iie greatest impfiwyj; ? tf'' ' ":+Equipment1;; ; complete from'Auto-Litcmentin"riding.comforrsinc : rocks. No' better.$of...enggy.sharp testing.


,.J' M: ,. .*,# 'i! : : ) the .introducStarting: and ', Lighting .System' to..'Marshall:" :JS .I' RockY.Moantaln.'I ground: can, be found than in Jthe.' k'$

: '.bon of T>neumatic,tires.; ? Divan 'Spring' Upholstery. '" : Over these roads?!fOnrl&Dd.4.,... 1
J pushed to' the utmost, Days -were f,
t ri1: the car from .road shocks ::15EI apent.iamud,, in .stramsV UJIt!
They
I protect ;. Come In and see this car. Ask for through rocky defiles scaling. bo1Il4...

t : ,. and prolong, the. life,of every p.art.. Booklet Overland Touring, $845; Road- :. er-sprinkled The drivers'1' *bill ers and- amazed mountain.,night sides.after, -:

< : ,. They>enabie'the:wheels,to hold /) stcr, $845 ; Coupe, $1325; Sedan, $1375; : night because with':;the their th*freedom"'l'-IdInC.oftb.from fatl-

'il. I' , better, -to the road. They ;!give Prices f. o..b. Toledo.- : \ curs spring dn suspension.to wonderful,, The' V three cars point'were, "
; ,, .
1 found. in perfect mechanical condition
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: > " ." t I after .eacb examination" by. th. v.
;
,, {\ : ..... ) e engineers. The ,'three point",springs ... t
.. olclT had saved. the'cars, had given a new
: i .' '. ., ; :: . ease-ad comfort to the 'drivers; ,the i
,
t.. i"-" ':,',, .,. . balanced light construction had. con
I.' "',." .' ... ', quered the ,worst pf the''roads' t'' the, .
; e .t'. .. 1. ."' .; ....,>.),....... '"n. power of the ear itself had pulled.it
:.., >: . ,. out of road situations In which'hor*.
,. ;
i'I 4 t .' '1' :.', . .., . ses were found bop.leuly'mlre4.and" ,
4
,, .I.t I ." ; .. .
; II. ; ' : '! tY < dozens of. automobiles were ,passed-: "
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.t' ,,' = . sunk deep and Immovable./:
.... . :' :,'. ... t .. '
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. 'S I '''' :' :"'tA" '" ;; While th. tests were going on]
,I e. ,' ) '. .. .. ............!t.<<'' ". ,1.' .". *r'.: : r' .: Other, tests were ''being mad. in the :: .
j; .. ,' \ ,r" 1
) 'within radius.of. 800 miles "hV
.J. .4 country a
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. ) I ,'. .. 'V' of. the ,,ta tory. \ .ilk
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: : !i : ,.;( '. The new three, pointsuspension
1i. It
; P'.' n\\
l3
springs had":done the' en4gineers
rm ..,. : 7 >> 'everything.
,
}' ; .. .... .bore!. .
.
.ti"A ... II . bad hoped forin savingth* iJ V
./ "rj car 'and introducing! ,an almost unCanny .
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t' l'C .. .. .J //J. :
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l" ,., .\ eas. 'of" driving j'the all-steel $
,. .,.. :i "' ''' 11'r '. \ construction r at: ..theicarfgave, it a

JJ2l.. . .. .- ,, . . ruggedness unusual In' any light' cart
> ,'. :I '' '' ',- . '"' It was in these teate-that the WllhgOverland tr, .
..
-- Company r
: 1t.Ll, l: ', I'.f'- ? 100 T"I'i. : phrase ,which- desCrIbe. Overland 4. ...
,! .... .. "" .. . because of Ita-thrw point springs, aa ,
'
1, '. '. : :f.: ,. . th-,most important improvement'' in
.. '. : .. motor car opnstructfcra sine ,neu...' J 1
,. .I ir [ ., =.'!t.: patio tires.- .'

w' ,I'f.. :'lI" i: ""n :.1, TekDnoB1M 1 if 'LUPFER'A':. PRATHER"'GARAGE 111.ni: Br :Jw.y j.. : STATE, I LIVE STOCK MEET r,

,. ..::1, tl. .e'-.i' "..... I .' ", 1CbIb.....,'FIda..' j, .. ..., -' r I .!;. 1., I AT' ORLANDO DEC '1.12, \\o-r;V
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: U'O *>: .-', .,r. '. Prices.Subject ,tor Change"Without: NottKe. 'Y._ V ;. 1!: '. J f '. ,
'. .' .., rc '" -Announcement has-:been made ,'by #' (
:I' .
I :r 41. ...J...'..&;.A....*.............-.................... ...................... ..........' ............' .....................: "D-: ..l .. officers Stock: Association of the Florida..that. \the State.: Eighth.Live '1i 7:.

? .. e .S1f will be held In xOrlando .
1 m e R1f8mm Annual convention.1 L r .:
f : : g. :iEImE. . . ; mm mm.Wffi'f" 1 } ' pn,December 1 j: 11. and.! 12, '-I

-t.: -',,,< '. ._. '. ,.,. A I TIM'social restores will meinoe an
1 automobile ride tenderedby, "the Or> ,
: Undo board of''trad, over some of
r '
: er"the sugar shortage! simple,<'.harmlessw;;'preparation, that .: The'date in th.-State Fair.! were''excellent and t.h. prospects for, the fine Orange county: roads to sv
; |ART01AKEOn K Our orange., are gejHsng ripe 'and removes'' the.eatarrnad, mucus from catalog for this contest Is.Wednesday a splendid club. nest..r.&Kprom.: number of live stock: farms Inclndring. V
dropping badly in some of the groves th. intestinal tract,,and allays the in- the 26th. but it has been changed to ising. Mr Gomm reorganising the' .the famous Jam--.Lang.hllaev. q
; :Friday 'night,' "' ,October '81st around here. now. flammatlon--whicb .Causess, practically the'27th so I that It will.come. on work completely. Five boys from this state; a banquet at th Country club,''
;there'was"a supper;and' program at Having Iota of ,rain this week all stomach liver and>intestinal. ailments Thanksgiving: day. 1 This will, makeit county will ,be .--sent to; the short to .b* followed by dancing; and somespecial
the Barton Lake school house In honor which, is bad on orange pickers, bow- including <>appendicitis > One possible for boys to attend and not course i.at the,University. entertainment on another 'nave },
. 'Loy el Lane,'who has just returned ,.ver..nd. Is good on fall gardens.: dose.Will convince,or. money,refunded miss any. time from. school as ': enlng.i *' 'aN- --r < ?$ ir-j.d" jtThmn 2
'. from, Ftan<<.-"- ., ,, J. Z.!.Roberson, ;smd"druggtats Thanksgiving, is..usually 'a; holiday.* A,VALUABLE PRIZE.. arged'to th.it'mothers'wives
I. 80 YEARS OLD-FIT;AS'A FIDDLE ,. 1 : of Prattvifl.:Alais or ssweetheariat'forthe
The; school>'room ft. deeorated everywher.(: :- +-t;--- "C E Thomas '
.. ;. club -.0..ti'are entitled to vacation, j
f.tom&el f ) $'ro .ECOUNTY'a.UB-IOTS'' otrmna'to the corn
,
with ;7ackV 07ant.rtwr.1 slack eats, ..ndwitehe. ,' I had a bad eas* and ..." 1st. d
riding' brooms.. 'All, bad ametyy bowel troubl. that four doctors' coaldnot. ROTS' STOCX.JUDGING. CONTEST WILL. .'ATTEND. ;SHORT. COURSE... boys'x>f''Florida' a'' pur*bred award--I' .and'they....opment.of.the are vitally..liver'stoek interested W... .: '
b
will
; animal *
' shire This '
Hallowe'en. Suffered'all kinds of- pain 'The contestto gilt err
; ; hel]) boys live eteck Judging ,. eradication'' af tattle
.'" "".Mr. and '.ifrs. Klrby" .'$mii tr'\..have waa filled,' with. gas and, constipated. .be held 'on Thanksgiving- day v at t n'PoI1: : County boys','club contest ed at .nsovod.to-toW'D- -remain.thwonghont for years.. ,I.was advised to. ass the State Fair offers the club'' boys a. ... 'held in Bartow Ode ao.. Wn. in' December and will be shipped ;
,, .' m Mel,'. Wonderful ,R.Bdy.) Sine splendid opportunity to learn a great Qenm V county agent,had charge of soon therea> ST Jae:J t &*. winner' ,;dtv *-I jborln*.taberculosisj.aad. .; .. r
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Tyson taking e court of it f01ll"n'. ago deal about the:5eleetlest'tad tadgtng PoIIE county rcplyabest -' t I .....tt.A _. .. I .
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STATES Because.RIGHTSm.JTIHI.LEClON the ,American Legion has $J IDJ. T ; B.ErRAISED'
grown more rapidly than its ma' :
chinery has grown,: it _has.-.become ; .
} To abort a cold necessary for some of the State organizations -
definite action
to take L

and prevent.com': I Ic' on vital the national questions convention without 1)r'con waitingfor IN SOUTH

/, suiting the temporary executive ,
plications take . committee., This was notably true in -
the Southern States, where the negro BAPTISTS a
ANNOUNCE PURPOSE
question Injected itself into Legion ,. .
organization almost from the' first. Tp WHICH' VAST SUM ,THEY, e
As a result at least two States SEEK WILL BE OIVEH
,. have arbitrarily decided not to,admit 5J'"Sy1 '? .s
the black ex-soldier to Legion mem- "
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j bership. They had no right to do '
this under the Legion charter but STRENGTHEN CHURCH WORK 111.
they had very good cause for it nevertheless .= Q h t
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and anyone who,knows the = 'd \
South knows that the South is goingto r
,peels, Effort of Denomination O
handle the race question for itself Along i
in its own way. General Lines' Will Bo Enlarged' -I

If the Legion at Minneapolis or And M.de'.tron.... Ao Result. I ! iI1i\\
anywhere else, should presume to
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i dictate to its Southern. membershiphow Of This. Campaign. ,
the Southern problems are to be -

The calomel.purified', tablet.and that refined are from except handled Its possibly present it will accomplish enthusiastic alienate the nothing supportof South ,*v'ry]'"genera] interest will be strengthenedand fostered byBostheiq"papdsta j ,I ,,au; ,l ,N .rr t r1 e I Nil v, y ,


nautealeu, safe and sure. the Legl n. 'Any step toward in. enlarged?.through the niece** of .
tolerance! by those in one section who' the Baptist 76 Million Campaign which 1 1
Medicinal virtue retain. have not faced' the problem of another '(.'now.Will-ender way and which' will -a-e' eau V/1I\ .
ed and roved. Sold section canend/ no aid to*the '
only in sealed: packagtea. present eft'ort'.at. moulding a great :.reaci4tsetlmailn! : the final drive" to / I . fUll 1 1 1 1 1 1 I J 1 1 1 MINI 1\ \ / 1'i
: . la. cash''sad
national body. And the recent experiences : . secure tk|"* nm subscription ''i
,Price 5c. of 'Chicago, Washington i during the eight days of NQVO** In these fays of jrugs; highly polished'' floors are most essen

S4 and other with cities radfcal' indicates problems that at meddling this- 1Ni'r".t'' *December. ,A period of mo'year vial,,and Inasmuch asjhey are subjected:to-constant wear, the greatest care .

time by any:but the most fearless, s'yifll'baprovided"for. > the final should be exercised In finishing them.
honest and experienced hands wouldbe payment, cf 'ib..., nbe rjptiona>. bat

: t not only imprudent but unpatriotic tot tho < einpeJ n.'to'succeed, the uem Hardwood floors properly varnished with Pa Specification Floor '

Such to a enemies degree. :of the Nation a* have .M within,? ,090,000 he'' .. moat bo' becrt"! Varnish resist heel marks;do not chow scratches, will not crack and art)

red-handed deliverr"ngpropaganda th'o er.bt.4"1'L' Many bar: en- not 'affected by hot or cold water. .
to the colored populationof pressed :belief ;that the vaftacrtp- .

y the South must find no comfort {ton* will rod.to tlOO.900.OOOi. . "y Wlth little care and expense*such floors'are easily kept In splendid '
through dissensions in a body At of the
any a mooting Executive Commute -
so utterly American as the Legion. of the Southern Baptist.eo.... 'condition by using
The Southern States will ask nothingof .
the national convention but the tlon the 17'ooo.600.to) be rl4 was .. .

'. right they have exercised for many apportioned, 'among tie general inter t i iSI
years of dealing with their own
problems.-Haines City Herald. ..
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SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR AT TAMPA I

r .. rW1e .:'"" .. r.Lle. I WILL BE GREATEST OF' .-. "
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ITS KIND.
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"Wo Got Him!" I .#' t
Tampa Nov. 12.-According to p.. You need DO experience-simply follow directions given on each can? j
Try tIaJ. eomti d.. e..m.n.a Howard Curry field agent of the I "
find will obtain high brilliant polish of great beauty and durability
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I : ..s aM.n Ns 70 R 1s. South Florida Fair, to be held at ; you

t'\. ,' """a-tIo-sothe" sit .,....tM meet ttfIe tically Tampa,every'Feb. 16 county to 21,in inclusive the southern, prac- I . PH Gee Floor Wax ca'n be successfully applied on all Wood surfaces.: -

.. latM.-IcI.Iosdrw.t.yuw' __ part of the state and some in other t .., r furniture and linoleum. .
M"- ...... 1& a. k.4icis. sections I I II J
will. be
... .- represented in the .' -
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r 't ...... _oNsoIs .1' (various exhibition buildings of the I If cracks appear In the floor, due to shrinkage In the'wood, Pta Gee
..waSd rte' fair. Live stock exhibits are to be I II
.. tie M e...-- No. M I sent from other states for educational Crock Fitter should be used. It fills .in and make. the floors level and,
y r gl..st.- ..... Cw.e.... purposes, and Florida will also I I Ii emooth.
make a better showing in this de- I
; 'BraVENS ARMS COMPANY \ I IIi.
t b crrw.. le.1 Msiq u.41. A. partment than 'ever before says Mr. I ... Ask for Few B.oftla*-"!*. Mod rls Mfttutd of FbtitJUafti W..4 ....." .!.. tor ..; }

k .,... .- N,I',Curry.that He the makes boys'the corn further clubs statement and- i I elf .-. ............ -", -d rUfs Ps c.. S.--,.... V_...... *r ovrltaeTlroct try ".

u,'girls'iniflcent canning renrefiehtation.clubs will have mag- Peaeleo.-Caulbert Ccx. 1..e.a. ...,. Louisville Ky.. "

j'DIIU'.JU1ii r Mr. Curry; who) is also agricultural !
KNOCKS t :OUT agent of the Seaboard Air Line railway Ii. OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY ':
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( a returned from trips| io .. ; Diatributora>> for' >>_ Paint Product ,;
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# + 1r 1rF 1 ROUNDPoWertingiVeiielf j'declares Chicago that Norfolk the visitation and other of.points Jiomeseekers - - .. . 1[......... TTorWa.
I investors
and
d tourists to
,., I' ',. Florida thu fceasen will be unproved- J. ;; H,'J'A'l..,r.:... +w.adty'If.YarUN: , '
,' ., Metehafct Who. Chairrftan. ta.; "
' i'en..tedlr.laP Every indication; he! la
.' from' ., pain; said '. th*' the dose" of the war Campaign .In the Baptlet 71 Mullen. .. j ", ', i.. o-- ,._ .. 1!_ ,. "

> "makesSlodln'el'tbq: I will bring ,jto South Florida an era of1pro.perlty.wUb Camoalgn.oata . . -. .. .. [
'j' 1 which those of the y" : '"1
World's' LinimentThU'famotK1 (past eannot-' co npare," Industrial and FLORIDA STATE FAIR" :

Agricultural Agent Jesse M. Jones fostered,by the Convention, aa fol- AND EXPOSITION NOV. 22-29 .t '
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'of' of. Norfolk, hi. :
rcIUrer1 rheumatic and assistants, says low:' Foreign missions. 110,000,0001 r--

ashes, '' ..orent .' ttirTneii, psinulaptsiati .' 'nam.Mr. Curry of .,all'are. anxious to get, the I, homo 'missions.* 'tJ.O O.OOOt Christian .Jacksonville, Nov. l&-'The Florida I. I Miss _.l
farmers on'the
neuralgic' pains, and mostother' Seaboard -
fxternal twinge that humanity system;(in Florida in\ order to education.1 WO.OOO.OOO; J state.mlaaloa, State Fair and .Expo itlon-the. Urg- ,
gaffer from enjoys itt !great sales be* get in personal touch with them fltOOO.OOO; ; mlnlitorUl relief 12b60 sIt of it*'kind here'inrthe.SOutheast'thisseasonopens i ;
for
ewe It practically never fail to bring through bulletin or otherwise, ,also POO; orphanages., $4.700,000;, and bo.petals. eight days and will November provide t 22 Floridian iJrginf '
Pecdy..comforting information as to large tracts of land ;
w''' 1 Always ready: for uee, it takes little that are'for .sale together ;with dependable .'. $4.128,000. and other who attend the bigtcrest r :<1 ... f .
; to fnutralt vntlu>" ntbbt"g aDd pro-\ ,data (not exaggerated The apportionment of this sum oportunity ever presented to : ): ,
3 1 .duce' retolta. Clean nfre., ing." At stuff) a* to the possibilities of all among the several atataa within the view at a glance the entire resources '
an fair will be attended the
t 1 The Atlantic The by
Coast
Line Florida announced aa follows: Alabama, $4-
largest crowds ever attending such
East Coast Southern and other
Sloan'snil roads have also manifested after-war 000.000; Arkansas $3,200,000; District an event in the Southern section of ;
i renewal of interest in Florida' de of Columbia, $200.000; Florida fl.OOU/ the United States and will offer'I
merit: velopment. 000; Georgia, $7,600.000; Southern U- many unusual features. Special Don't Miss a '
rates have been authorized on all :
I "Counties and
individual producer hoots, $1,200,000; Kentucky $6,600-
Z not) represented: at the fair will be railroad lines entering Jacksonville Virginia i Lee
000 Louisiana, Maryland,
$3,825,000 and
Y losers/ Mr. Curry said. ; ; Floridians are given the opportunity
.' .HaMtaal Constipation Cured 170.000; Mississippi $3,3(0.000; Mia, to attend without an extensive Cigar.If .
la 14 to 21 Day The future of our timber supply ouri, $2.826,000; New "Mexico: $260- outlay of railroad fare.

'yry ,.;:tf" 'r'iJOC-roS' WITH PEPSIN" 1* a spedaflynvperedSyrapTonlcLaxatlveforHsblmal.( ..,depends elimination in''a of large the forest measure fires on which the 000; North Carolina $6,000.000; Oklahoma : largest Not only number will of the county fair and offer community the- 'you do, you miss the most delightful ..l. \
"<' f<: $2Z60,000;, South Carolina, $$,- ,:r
filled
annually burn agricultural exhibits ever assembled mild clear Havana I''
q' over large tracts of experience a ,
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dpat1oa. It relieve' promptly/ but ,
<,cut-over and waste lands in the 600,000;; Tennessee $4,660,000;,, Texas., in the state but it will present -
,, and best stock
of live and
t Regulate' yery Pleasant to Tke.60o'' Station South Carolina Experiment ..Here' la what this bit sum of money show* ever held ,in the South.poultry Entries .* .satisfactory !and pleasing smoke,

pet bottle. will help Southern Baptist d* for the in the cattle department already
k I' A. want ad. in the Valley Gazettewill Master aa set- forth,by. the Campaign, number more, than a thousand head ,'. IViYou'll like VIRGINIA LEE Cigars: ;i'j
rent your spar room Commission: and a similar number of fowl..b. l I
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been oi'._. ... .. "
will equip more adequately and entered for the poultry ahow.:,:: ; '
f 1\ Midway feature will bepartieulalre r a
lAll' of
II multiply manifold the 1,099 missionary' =, the ;
; Will the ly' attractive and the offering. in the .. rCl ltOaw ,
: Buy ,and Sell, workers of the Foreign (Mission Board amusement section, of. thefair bettetoilers" r "re-: .

\I Influenza and the more than 2,000 Home. and &TOund.will' be at once the largest \
t. ", State Board Missionaries and best ever brought to Florida. iY seW ; '1 ;.

." ... I 'I "It will enlarges and rail to a better The program of daily tree act U un41Il1u.lly I.. thenulaily ,r ,
I- Old: Hats Return? attractive and will provide '
/ efficiency' the US. BapUst'schools. lathe 4 "
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Public Health AuSjorltieo Predict ,It* Couth,. STRAIGHTFORWARD) TESTIMONY .
I'I. I// Recurrence "It'wlll g0-far toward meeting the 'U' .. %-: i' t ','f' r:(:i;
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to the < .
expanding need of Southern flap: ; .
... t' \ Guard. Against. by Building' Up 'the let Theological'Bomlnary and the Many KlseJmmee Otis as Have ; . .Dta v of extmordlaaryv?, Inter.I I. ; I':'
>' .' Blo 4. Women' Missionary Training School. Profited By 1C *?* eat. Several band.;' wm provide', music FRiSH 'IU1T .

0f>all klDda. Also la LoalsvlUo, Ky..' the Southwestern. If'' continuously one ground and ,
buy and sell
have
;. Pepto-Mangaa Create Rich Bed you backache, urinary in the building everydayandnightofthS'fair'seasen : .. JI i "
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4 J Blood and ,Increase Strength., Baptist Theological Seminary and trouble, day of illness, headachesor ,,* ' V 1'Onles
old, Coat, and Pant, to sell atreasonable ai > Women'. Training School la fort nervousness,-.trJk.:. at the oeat'of ".' *"tpe-falr-aiaociatlon" 'l."Til4 r"'F'IS'Hi-. t t
; .Surgeon General Blue, of the 'United Worth; the, Baptist Bible, School U the trouble '1'118"' are often the to secure several large tent for 'f
i States Public Health Service in New Orleans.. La.. *+Theological Seminary i symptom of _weak kidneys,and there emergency 'use* in, housing- livestock \ .
{ price.. ,Also. :Cleaningaajd'ipyeing a recent statement from Washington for the Negroes and will provide I.I grave danger in delay. Doan'.1 exhibits it win'beeome 1 necessary to ; :
I' warns the public that the much' a Orstpclam college for boy and girl Kidney Pills'' are .especially (cut off immediately ill further entries and Oysic'rs. :at T
'.of'af:kfDeI. ,,don.. dreaded influenza epidemic will prob-' of the mountain region. For kidney .Ilmellta-an';" 'for 'this department..' Howeyer.efrom "
\a) : , ably return this fall and winter., by; over 50,000 people,., Your neighbor ar. being.made qsecvretbenecoBsaryi
: .. All
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Jncrea greatly ,
will ,our
recommend this .
; t -a.rem.dylaveproved ,and believed
authorities tentaeo it lsT
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medical
t"O": !: weak bloodless, rundown apree that individual the '* to the sick, open wider o" I its merit'to-many tests; ,Klasimmee'"reader will. ;,be succesaful.Tula: . r J3Uq! : : away .
Tt.: SIMPKINS' 'to the and provide should .
; : wore likely to contract this arm orphan a tab ,fresh "
(a*
., strong for aged miniate .la the tralghtforwaJ-d testimony M ARRET
." '- ,1 .... as any other infection disease) support our courage 'Me*..' You FISH :
-. ; BlOck From Ii. I i..the:atrong', robust, red-blood .of the goapeL of Kissimmee citizen. 'I,
... : .OM ., Depot. : Ask Your-tkolghbor When you get up-,with a bad tact -- .
Southern jA. j- -
-.. man. .it or-woman. In view of these It will put Baptist to position I M. Chaunoey. .18 EmmettSt in your month a dull tired f.ellDa'ano
f: Y I. wise to use every effort to to assume a considerable share relish for food and
ii' y'I.4 are constipated
', I *ayt' 'I can describe the '
Iborld I up. f.. Wood and thus lir'the"' .'rmost
increase reconstruction of 'WaI'-tom.E1m know that
t.-' I the misery ''I endured from backache ,yop may' you need a home lighting flant' is one of the '
bodily
'. : of. resistance to the invasion op..4 embrace many of the marvelon some thud -CO-' When I,stooped over do..,of:Chamberlain' Tablets.> They
'. .'. opportunities for service which) to lift anything a sharp pain took not only cause an agreeable movement antes to be used on farms. Electric
I /,: pepe ddaablerei4-bloodabufabsolutely de. throat themselves upon. .a from .aU use in the small of t.mT,back and Icould of the bowels, but cleanses and light can be hoji; for every' room in ..' j
,'I'J\( ditions of.lowered vitality not die'con '>>&rta' of" tb.. world' at' homo and. hardly straighten.: My kidney invigorate the' stomach and. improve th*! house and for stables and barn. t: ;.".
to the
digestion. '
rf acted too' frequently; and the aocce- in the meantime, premium i
t serious dieas3 of.thevlt\ l' It abroad! on in- .r" 1
,cr", ,( '.'.,".. .. .A'Iu to.th..dlNk.improves thappetlt*,. Impart organ,ootor ,;Y '\$10.000.000 .of thin' sum "wMl I tlou.caD had headache*and,: nd dizzy hI&11l7co1oncr.spfli.'too'As .: HAVE A HOME LIGHTING. PLANTThe the suranc- chine policies\ of a would.decreale flrei I starting /ron., sw-,-

:: !Il"I If-- and ,Mt'4.'v- ., ..> who pew..hops, babe. .go t'for?: tgnimtaubasopdathulabeeapesd.d : ) my' wile had taken .Bo.n'. ,.Kldkvf progressive ,spirit of Orange lamps I would \eliminated, ,
bo.com foarrylagNt heg"o"'apetaad Pills) with,'rood nee***. I'used county farmer J* shown' in .
one
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weak, .. '
:.fl. nee4 d M iNDr\: dens recommend,and liatl. Ph yal. tt* blea.Sa:to1 other Tanda.; the re- fur, boxes: and vthey. relieved me of by; the largo number, electric, light' If yon have anything to .elL'trad.
1 /> o! ,=i gan. Ggda'a 'Pepto-Uan- '/na4dsg',165,000,0001wilkibr.: oxpeaf edt the v.backache*,*steadache I and ing.sysUms/in the eonty.' County or exchange try.'All "&4'..'" fa;our. cJ.- I
t '' w When.youtiotderisure I. ithe bom:a04.Iq,1III, a....'1 li41 pa'tdry nose, atnd.I fW better in.4IV.I7 Agent, DeGask'report that 12,.*uehsystems sided 'eotnM n. .
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Without "Cade "" wieua.aiaah I .Jri-eo : + "*" 'beoa.installed. -that -- --- ... '
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,COURSES FOR FARMERS .... 1'0 WUOIC: FOR WJtAT ii '.. '

THE WATERS
& CARSON GROCERY 'CO'-

I' as ORANTBD: pUaP08B: Frbm To b !! r rWholesale

The annual Ten Day Short Course 4. Count in Tractors and Farm 'Jr: 'I I = .

for Farmers wit be held at the ,College Machinery. A tractor and farm machinery ..".. When When &1-t:: S. and Retail Dealers, isGROCERIES 1

of Agriculture January 6 to 17 service school; conducted by a H..11.. La..

1920.:,This announcement will be read practical men. An intensive study of
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Carson Farmer. aC't. Hanover Flee :
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with interest by a large number of tractors and implements to learn to Carson Farmer agt Hartford Fire ," ... a ..' H' .. I':

people over the state who anticipate get the most out of them and to prevent Carson Farmer agt. e.. 'c' M H .. I.1.11"
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taking the course. troubles In'' operation. UI\\ Carson Farmer: att. L. & 0. . I .r

There are no entrance 'require- I,', A catalog is in the course of prep Carson ion Farmer.__._._..agl_._ _Norwich.___.___.Un.__. N N to.. .. 1.110 1
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mints no tuition no fees. 'aratloo, and will be ready for distribution Carson Farmer, agt, Boottl.b.Un. .. 1.11'

Four separate and distinct coursesare in a short time. Write to the .118//I N.tt.Farmer_. agt.'A.r_Eagle N w' N .. .- . . . . . . . . . .A. 1I. . .
offereand Dean of the of Agriculturefor Carson i.io
are being prepared College 11 Flrll _...-.__...__......____.._.. .. I. l
to the of this catolog which ,will .. .
specially meet needs of the a copy 140 C..r.on Farmer agt. Rhode Island N N n 1.1101ft wI .
N' : SELL WE an , 41
9 busy man and woman on the farm give the details of each 1 course.I C.raon Farmer, agt British A..r. '.. .. '

and in the grove I 141 :I. W. Wlld.r permanent photo. {j".. ? 1.1111 . .

1. Course in Animal Husbandry I I' The hottest region on the earth is .r.ph.r .-'merchant:. ._.._--._-_... t." ".. ".. ?.. 1.00 ..110 HAY '. .. HIDES ' ,M i

and General Agriculture. This said to be on the south-western coast 141 D. 'Sellers : .. .. .. .., 1,011 1.111) .
course .
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144 :I. 1' Bure. .. .. .00 1.110 .. .
Includes lectures, practical periods of Persia where Persia borders on Mu. L. ..50
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and observation trips., A study of the gulf of that name. For forty consecutive 146 :J.'T.11Burcka. et'. .gt. GRAIN .' FURS 4. : I. .
Co__.___._--------------C- I. K
mar Fen 111.00 '.110 '
animal and soils for Florida. day the thermometer did " .. .
crop. 147 Carson Farmer, ...1. .. .. .t, ..110 1 .
Instruction of diseasee of horse, not fall lower than one hundred degrees 141 '3. A. McCarthy ales. :: .. .. ".. n 11,00 ..10 0 FERTILIZERS' M
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cattle and hogs. I night or day and often mounted 1411 3... .MII.& . .' .. 15.00 11.10 t 1" t'

2. Course in Poultry Husbandry. as high a* one hundred and twentyeight 1110 L. B.Bass Br.d.h.w, ... .4 ... .. I. SHINGLES '"''1 f" o'f
lawyer :: 10.00 11.00
Lectures degrees.If III Z. ---1---1--1-1"--1-- : .. .. ,
practice periods and observation "
E. E. atrt 1.50 ".
151 Mre. .
.
AND .
wen.i I
? \ ,
trips. An extensive study of Mrs. E. E. .. ..t. Security. PT
151 ..
.. .. ,rl
have to sell tradeor ____.._ ..110 ORANGE BOXES lOt I I. . '
anything .
the details of poultry raising in Florida you In. Drought.art Home Llte._ .. .. .. .. .

Special instruction in poultry exchange try our classified column.It 114 A.A. E.E. Drought, .gt. Run. Ina. Co. .. .. .., 1.10H8 .50Hli --- iLL P"t, re
.. .. .. .. .
judging. Nat. Flre____ .
bring result. A.. E. OroulI'ht agt .. .. 1,50 ORANGE wRAPS y
8. Course in Citrus Culture and HT A. E. Drought .R't. Imperial Flre Fire_ .".. "..-N .. .. 1.50 .
laboratory 158 A. E. Drou/l'ht./ .gt. Nlagra .. 1.11/1
Spraying Machinery. Lectures ..
and Influenza 15. A. E. Drou"hL" red estate .s.nt .. .. .. 10.00 5.00 VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY '. r
Cold Causo Grip
work and practice periods.A 160 W. 8. Crawford lawy"r____..__ 10.00 5.1\0 .

study of the diseases and pests of LAXATIVE; 8ROHO QUININE Tablets remove 1M 181 C E. Carlson und.rt.k.r-- .-.>.. ".. ..-. ._..,...". .""_ 5.0011.50 --- .. ,.-- .,. .- .----.-- ----.. -- ...

citrus trees. A study of power spraying Casa flits I* Only eoe .- .QatabM." 181 161 3.H. K.M. Sin/l'.kary.Breaker/ real saw estate agent- 10.00 15.00 11.110 11.00 CRATE NAILS .. .__ PRODUCE ''.

machinery. Eo GROVE'S eUoatmea. .. SOo. 184 3. K. Bingeltary 1.00 1.110 . r' .
-
185 The Texas Co. ..
- ers. __________:'____ 1.00 1'.110 . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .
168 The Texas Co.,
.
dealers _________._ 10.00 '11.00
ADVERTISEMENTS
I LEGAL 161 A. 8. Gilbert, .. 8.00 ...00I

I:: A.M. E.Tiller Drought.: act. :r"O..t :: :: ; :: :: :: 10.00 3,60: We Mil Field and Garden'Seeds of .U kiDdl.

\ 170 M. Tiller .11'1. 1.50 We give special l attention to fitting out hunting and camping: parti.

LICENSES 111M. Tiller art./ Cont.. 1,10 Free delivery iD city limits. 'Phone No. 12.w. .-
171 M. Tiller agt 1.110
178 M. Tiller ...1. North 1.50 are county agents for good feitiliu. Ask UI for circular and

R.p.rt .f Llee..e. .d bT th. Tax Celleet.r D.pllrat_ 0' wbleh. IT4 M. Tiller. .gL PheonlK. 1.50 prices OD fertilize. '
.... ..... Sled wttb. :...tT Judge for the period betl..t.g .. the ..r.tY.70.of 175 Mach 8roa.. ... --- 10.00 5.110 ?

o.t..r. A. D. ltl8. ... ..41... .. lbe bulb da .f Srptember. A. D. I n T.W. M.B.: Makinson River., .. o.,c mill.-----------------): :: :: :: :: :: lU 6.Oo 3.60: ii

W. B. Maklnaon p0.. T.1I0 I.T5
ITS Ipo.* of forming and beginning" a cor said corporation shall be ,
179 W. R. lolakHleo1'i Co.. 16.50 1.111 under the Laws of the State divided Into three hundred' 'IO.'OO''t
\ uo 180 8. H. Ferlic. 1.00 l.rn '
Florida, and do
.
Vyp declare the par value of S100.00
{ .. per
181 Kenansville Garage" ", 10.00 1.00 bt-brOlif: .
PERIOD OF LICENSE r3:! :! and subscribe as or part of capital kshard said
m WU 183 183 !.. S.Derbyshire Cadel. : : ".I ;: :: :: :: :: Ugg: 6.On 6.00: 1 the Articles of our Incorporation: corporation may be p table In. or Issued
I ARTICLE I. '
TO WHOM FOR WHAT \ S. So. 184 L. D. Lamb 10.00 5.0/1 I The. name of this corporation Shall arty, or labor used, for or the service purchase, la of', prop such P'

PURPOSE When Wh.n.fo.... .fo.. .. a: J.0. A.M. Patrick :: :: :: :: :: 3.00 i.oo: U Ibe its DREW-MILLER COM PANT, and amounts and at such valuation thereof

e GRANTED >. .., >. I place eO business shall .b. conducted ae may be fixed by the Board of
City Market 1.00 1.50 in
18'11; State
of Florida and other Directors, at a regular

6 From To folj"o : FO oa 188 169 r.onET n Hat : ; :: :: :: : :: :t.oo: Ug I States, and of In the foreign United countries States .of wherevernecessary America meeting caUedjforjthstjpurp ARTICLE _meeting>osa., .or a ;
j
:.: 1.0 3. F. Walter 10.00 5.00 or convenient. The principal The term for which this eorporatlon 'S
Ifl Walter. 1.00 1.50 I office of said Company shall b st shall
: exist shall be
1 \Vltherllpoon.. merchant u____ Oct. I.. 1.18. Oct... ..I. 1919.. 1001.110 1.1 New 8t. 1'.00 T.IO Klslmmei. Florida, but the said corporation ninety-nine ,years.
: ARTICLE
lumber dealer____ I 15.00 T.50 .. .. .. .. .. .. V. 1
E. G. 5.0/1
H. \tI1 10.00
F. Pope
I F. establish
branch .
F.rrl.i may office The business of said r
..
.. .. corporation
I Gulf Rifling Co., wholesale__..______.nil__ .. .. .. / 11.60dealers 194 M. 4J. ; N 10.00.. UO I at any other place in the State of ; shall be conducted by a President fVicePresident
d..alere __________ 15.00. 196. Carson Florida, or In any other State of the
.. .. .. .. .. .. : and Secretary-Treas d"urer
C.... ahnlesale l1'ao and G. C.__ 1.50 United
4 Gult Refining .. .. .. .. States of America, or In any and a Board of
Director
.
.. .. .. as the
____ 10.00 5.00
wholesale dealer. .. .. .. .. .. 5.00 1.8 Gray.tone lawyer----------------- n.. .. .". .. .. 11.00 11.50 foreign country. law provide. The office of Secretary: f
\I\ Rtan. Oil Co. R11 .. .. .. .. .. 1000 191 Mctranie's 10.00 5.0f ARTICLE II. and Treasurer t
be held
.
.. .. .. .. may by the
Oil Co.. wholesale oil d..ah.ra 15.00 11.50 1.8 McCranies .. 1.50 The general.
6 fltan. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.011 nature of the business
shall
.. .. .. .. .. be
1 Rtan. Oil Co.. wholesale 041 deal.r.___ .. .. .. .. .. 1500 11.0 1.50 1.11 F. B. Kenney .. .. 5.00 1.50 to be no t'ro the said corporation :rcecrt.oniheoo1: : : ::1: at' each ;
I 8 Seminole pharmacy druggl.ta 1,00 100 3. W. .i6.00 11.50 shall be as To
_______ .. .. .. .. .. .. : hold buy. annual meeting; all other officer o(
1,00 1.50 .
II 3. H. Robinson mereh.nt 101 Indep . own. hire, control work sell
develop this
__ .. .. .. .. .. .. 5.01\ .. .. corporation shall be elected an.
.' 10 Gray.tone Casino picture .how 10,00 shippers " 10.00 11.00 convey lease, mortgage, pledge, exchange nually by the Board of Directors- $.
1 n Palm Theater picture show____._ :: :: :: :: :: :: 10.00: 6.00t 6.00i : 101 D G. Wagner .. .. .. cultivate Improve, and otherwise annual meeting of said corporation* r
Fo : lawyer-- 10.00 Co. _____ N N 1.50 deal In and
Geo. W. : .. .. .. .. .. dispose of real estate, hall be held on the second Monday
_______ .
___ & .00t 4t
1000
I 11 A. T. Meeker garage __ .. .. 101 D. 0. Wagner ... .. .. .. timber lands and tending timber. In January In each and every' year,
A Co. m..rchanta 1.00 1.50 0. Co. without limit
e60
t 14 C. W. Harris --- .. .. .. a* to amount. In. the at such hour ae may be fixed by the "u
15 Flr.t Stale P\nk. K.nann'lIle. .. .. .. .. .. 104 D. G. ./' : + 10.00 ..00 State of Florida, and In any other By-Laws T>f said corporation, but
... .. .. .. .. may
bank ________ ____________ .. .. .. .. .. 15.00 T.50 105 3. McPhalter 10.00 11.00 {State or State. of the United Stats be adjourned from tint to. time
.. .. .. .. .. as
Canon Urn. Co.. m..r'nt 1550 11.T5 106 A. R. Nelson l,w and In foreign
16 Wat..re It .. .. .. .. 10.00 5.00 countries, to do any such By-Laws may provide until the
__ .. .. .. .. .. k
Co.. merckanls.i ___ too 1.5(1J8 lOT C. J. 1.00 1.50 and all thins .
11 Cycle the development officers
Bryan ... .. .. .. .. .. .. elected at the first annualmeeting
____ improvement
___
___ 100 .50III "
I A. C. Tyson m.rrhant .. .. .. .. 108 3. M. Davis. .. .. .. .. 6Oo 1.50 and of the shall be qualified, the business i
barber-------------- 100 1.00 UII M. P. Foster real estate .lfent_ 11.00 same for agricultural
A. C. Tyson .. .. < 10.00 and other purposes othis corporation shall he con +1
10 A. C. Tyson I pool tabl...________ -.. -.. .. 5000 15.00l '110 Calkins It 8t1ckn.y. reat.urant ,!" 11.00 1.50 for which the same may be ducted by the following o/ficers! '
O. C. McLean m..rchantn_____ .. .. .. -.. 1.00 !..511II 311 Lakeside Veneering. Mill.. crate '.. adapted, to subdivide large' bodies of B. Drew President Ms M. Over-
.. .. .. ;
Hill It Co.. merchanta__________ .. .. 4.50 1.15 factory 111.00 T.50 land Into small farms, lay out townsites street Vice-president ML1 M. Miller T
23 Carson Farmer'. agt. Eqult. Llte__ .. .. .. .. 1.50 lIlT. L. I'" ." 10.00 11.00 erect suitable buildings for Secretary-Treasurer.. i

14 T. A. Harris lit Co.. merchsnts____ .. .. .. .. 1.00 1.50 213 W. M. o-------------------------- r. .. .. .. .. residences. or business and to make And the following shall constitute +
15 R. F. Rails.' .11ft. Hartford------ .. .. .. 1.50 I .. .. .. .. 11.00 1.50 such other Improvement* as may be the Board of Directors until those a
18 R. F. R..II.. a 11ft. etbank-----------------------------1.__________ .. .. .. .. 1.1i0 1114 R. j .". .. .. .. .. 5.00 1.1i0 necessary upon such farms or lots to elected at the first annual meeting.
Norwich Unlon__ 1.50 L. R. 10.00 5.(10 encourage" In any the cultivation
IT R. F. Ralla. agt. 1115 .. .. way shall be qualified; B. Drew, M. 1C
18 Cltl.en. Bank, 6.00 'T.50 IiI Lewe; O'ryan lawyer. --r----- .s., .". ... ".. 10.00 11.00 of the soil and to assist In disposing of Oyerstreet. MM. Kin.r s 4;
1.011 MIlle' .t1I1______ its product, when ,
I' G. F. Krlbba Malloy & tutl: ...j; :t 11I.00 11.1i0 .grown upon the ARTICLE VI; It
10 A. Akerman ; 11.00 118 Malloy A Miller, merchant------ .. :: :: .. :: :: 1.00 r 1.60 market. of the world erect canneries. The highest amount of Indebtedness
1.110 Mutual: : and to do all other
J1: C. A. Robln.on. 210 W I. Barber. art Pacific 1.60 things necessary or liability to which this corporationmay
31 Ide'. Urooery 1,00 I.S11 220 N. Floyd Brown, ;: :: :: .: :: :: 5.00 1.60 to the proper care of same; to cat aO**ny time subject Itself shall
11 3. .. Cummings. 100 1.110 221 E: A. Milton, .. 6.00: 2.60: fell. work manufacture. produce buy be On Hundred Thousand Dollar
.. .. .. ..
34 Reed Bakery 1.00 1.110 III P. 3. Cannon 10.00 '..01III sell and deal In lumbar log, cross ARTICLE VIL
.. .. .. ..
31 G. M. Taylor, 6.00 1.00 C. G. Eagerton" 1.00 1.50 ties shingles, and all article and The name and residences, of, the .54
.. ..
38 G. M. Taylor I 00 1.110 114 W. 3. Steed -. 10.00 11.00 product and by-products manufactur-j subscribers hereto and the amount of t
.. ..
,
IT Dollar Limit 8.00 ifs W. H. Green 11.00 1.50 .d or derived from pine, cypress or stock subscribed by them are as fol
t.1I0 its 116 H. E. Smith .. .. ., .. other kind of timber; to buy sell d. lows
18 The Story Store 5.00 1.50 and the said shares hereby set
311 Cut 'Prlce t.50 1.111 liT Phillips Bass ". zoo 1.50 liver and deal In groceries. coraratsarjr *- :'opposite their names .are hereby, subCBenJ. -'
to C. W. Griffin 4.0 1.15 tl8 H. G., Slower real H " 10.00 11.00 stocks, dry goods hardware and ',* for:
tl Mack lattle. ; 1.00 ..110tl 1111 D.' G. McKay. real "-.", 10.00 '..oe.ao all .kinds of general merchandise and I : Drew. Orlando .Via. . aDO
Central Drug '.00 1.00 :I. & Cadet merchant--------- : ., :: 111.00 '..00IU agricultural products at '
wbol.eal..r. haras.K.
ti
4a 3. Z. Roberson 112.60 1.1& Manhattan Hohl. H 10.00 '..00III tail and on a ., ) Overatreet. JCIaslmme, I'1a.,
" 44 H. Co Stanford 1 '.011 a. A. Briggs raise, sell and "deal In cattle and alother I 100 sblof .

'.. 'Ii H. Co Stanford ".N '.._ .. .._ '.00 1.00 a-r.ph..r -______ ; li(".. N 'I l .. ", -"'1" r 1.001 1.110 kinds of live stock and pasture M. M. MUler?, 1tI..1......... Fla- ue
4.50 1.11 '' < lands and 'cattle to
lIaown
"
48 F. 8. Gilbert UI Livingston ranee ,
'
.
5'
1.00 1.110 .. hire, mortgage, lease, pledge, ecu 'STATE 5
4T Mrs A. Tres dealers . __.____ 1.011 ana OF FLORIDA ) th
45 Wenner-Sawyer : :: : : :: : :: U n: 114 Abe Roberts .. ,". .... .... .... 1.50 otherwise deal In, and dlspos. ef all COUNTT. OF ORANGE ), .\ t
H. ; 251 A. G. Allen ) ) 10,00)) T.IO kinds 'of personal property; to act .as day )
49 C. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 1.50 .. .. .. 'real estate broker foreltnc peotaryaPuu41' p u.gd tot
10 :I. H. Re4d.tt. .. .. .. .. 116 R. M. Buckmaster .. .. 1,00 real. at. forth a >> In
II o.le Hdw. .. .. .. 1'.10 8.15 327 S. W. Johnston .00 purchase and sale of .state of all said County: and! State duly: a.vallfldl a
II F. E. WIIII.m. .. .. ".. .". .. 111.00 T.1I0 118 3. D. Buckbee. kinds; to establish and maintain B. Drew, well known to me t* bo>> the

II O..cola H.w. merchant----------------.. .. .. .. .. 11,00 1.110 vender _________. .r. .1,1911. .. I Oct... ..1. 1111 I 111.60 ...111la. farms, garden and truck farms, to person "described In and who exeeoiidthe r
14 M. M. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 1.50 Mra. 3. D. Buckb... .. .. 1.10 ,71 raise live stock, to> establish dairy t-r: proposed charter and
Iii E. Mallory .. .. .. .. .. .110 ....11I" 140 Gee R. Ch.pm.n I 1.10 ,TII farms, chicken farms, to erect and who the same, and he ae.
W. T. Angel .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 1.0 841 M. p. Foster ... 1. 1.1.. IOct. 1,1119 1.. .11 construct. and operate saw mills and knowUdged before ,> ... that h*. executed 1

IT W. Milar .. .. .. .. .. '1.00.0. .1.0..10III 141 Euerbee iCempfer. .. 1J I.U.. Oct... .,1. 1111.. J 4.0 ..15 :.t erat factories. *...,..,.lee and factories'. ,. and eold and subscribed the same for the luses
18 G. Rowland .. .. .. 841 EII.rb..e. It Kempler I 10.00 10.00 r&'e. ? to operate the and < parposee therein expressed. '
.
L. E. Ferklns .. .. .. .. .". 5.: c 1.10 144 A. L. Davidson. show--------" " 10.00 1.0'IU same: to manufacture. purehss. set) Mia witness whereof I have hereunto .\ S
10.00 .00 and deal In fertiliser rtlUa1ntfmaterial
.0 A. 8.bon.le1. W. E, Allen .gt. and <* set band and affixed lay official

W, Mth.ws : :: :: :: :: :: :: 2.00: 1.50: Lit. ._._._._______ . 1. 11111 I Oct. 1. 1111 1.11 *, crate, barrel boxes, and seal sal Orlando, Florida, this ITth, day.
materials
: t W. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 .10 146 r. W. 8lmpaon. 1.00 1.5/1 necessary for packing of October, Itlt. "
.1 ,3. F. F.rrl.. ... .. .. .. .. 10.00 '..00L 141 P. G. White. ..... .". 1.110 fruits. vegetables 4.Jn other farm (Notarial Seal),"".DTBKt, BARLOW.: ,1',
.4 John Pad..It. .. ... .. .. .. 11.00 ..lIt 848 G. M. Taylor ... 1.10 1115 products and to In any and all Notary Publl"Stat. of Florida. icy '. ro'
.
.5 Co Co Ne.ton .. .. .. 1.00 .41 M. :I. Hicks ,. ct. I, U1I 11.00 1.00 other supplies far orchard grove* Clmmlselon Bxplre Feb. IT. 1110.
.S p. D. Marine.. druRglsl----------_ .. -" .. I" '.50 .... 11i0 J. M' Cooper, real .. .r. 111915.. .. Oct1.. 1519 '.'0 1.50 and farm; to manufacture, lease, buy BTATB or FLORIDA. ) A
IT M. E. Rlggan" merchant--------_ .. .. ".. .. 1.00 1.50 .u Albert Martin, .... 1.50 ..TI15t and sell farm Implement apparatus, COUNTY or 08CIilOLA. )
.
18 H. C. Hartley merchant--------. .. .... .. .. N '.00 1.0 Sam Williams pool v 1..50 '.111 tools and machinery traction engine, On this day personally appeared be.tor. pf
611 8. W. Porter real estate agent-_ .. .". .. 10.041 lI.flO 151 S. R. Chapman '.00 1,50 and power engines and all other articles me a Notary Public la and forsaid
10 8. W. porter: agt. In. Co. N. A.-_ .. w N .. ?.. 1.00 llit W. L. Wlnn. __, ?? -:. 1.11111) bet 1. 1111 10.00 i.OO and appliances used In connection County: and State duly qualified

11 8. W. Porter .gL Prov.-Wash.-__ .. w .?. .. .00 l.liO 1.50 W. T. M. Murphy COunty :Judge and C. L. Bandy Tax Coll"otor of cultivation with and necessary and' operation for the of farms:: :: well M. M.known Overstreet to and bo.M., 1C;, Miller,
11 F. R. Seymour merchant--r---- .. .. salt me to th* persons
.. N 4.110 1.111 County Do c.rtl' that the foregoing I. correct.Olven fruit farms, gardens and truck .
described .
groves In
11 8. Brammar merchant ____: _____ and' '' who executed the
T4 O. A.. Bleech a CO.l merchant_,__ 1.00 1.50 under our hands and official seal ot the County :Judgd this 18th farm; to enter Into make, to form foregoing proposed charter and who h"
.. .. .. ...001.11" d.r, of October A. D. l/l9. and carry out contracts of every sort subscribed the Sam, and they severally *
Edwards Bro.. merchant---- .. I .. .. Co L. BANDY Tax Collector and kind with '
firm,
r I I 10.00/ 5.00 any association acknowledged before that fe
"I dentist ____________ SEAL T. K. me ,
L. C. Rlddl._ . .. .. 10 00 6 00 ) M RP1Jr. County Judge corporation, private. publi0. or they .; executed and subscribed the
77 O. L. Buckm..ter, physcl" ;; .. N T.60: 6.76: municipal or body;politic (a furtherance same for the uses and purposes there 1
78 8. K. Conn m.rcnant__._______._ .. .. .. of the business
.. of this .
1.00 1.00 Ilf" TUB CIRCUIT OF to law tax deed will corporaation I In expressed.. n i .
STATR Issue '
COURT. thereon
___
barber __ _____ on
At Roy Taylor n .. .. .. .. T.50 and to do all and everything In witness whereof I'have hereuntQ'set
11.(10
the Sth of
_____ day December. A. D. lilt.
80 Rank of Saint Cloud bank .. FLORIDA. SBVRNTKKNTH JI'DI-
.. to
1.00 1.60 Official Seal necessary properly carry on It* my hand and affixed 'm lie I.I
( J. L.
81 Mr.. R. H. Hatcher m..rch.nt__ .. .. .. .. ) OVKR8TREBT. buslnrss. to make. and .
10.00 5.00 CIAL CIRCUIT. OSCBOLA COUNTY.IN Clerk Circuit ; use deliver Its seal at Klaslmme. Florida, fhlsi SSnd
81 A. Dletendort, real ell "Ie "","nt_ .. .. .. .. 1.50 CHANCERY.R. Florida. Court. Osceola County negotiable promissory note for any day of October. Itlt. .' ,
US A. DI"f..ndorf, .gt. Equitable lire .. .. .. .. 47-St. which Bald (Notarial Seal
10.00 5.00 Indebtedness ompany ) LEWIS: OBRTAl-T.
____________.
84 H. A. Cable ...aralll' .. .. 1.00 1.60 NOTICE OF MASTER'S) .ALE.in and to secure sam by Notary Public State of Florida. Mjr ? l
86 A. 8. McKay merchant--------- .. .. .. 8.00 1.641 P. I{.._.. Clalaast. Vs.Asraes trust deed, mortgage, or suchmanner Commission Expires Fed. 7." IMS.
86 R. merchant--------__ .. .. .. : as its board of .cr:1. .
1.011 ..58 ) W. Hsnbfweht a.. Irtor i, the Circuit ; ; shall DICKINSON It DICKINSON
87 O. McCalllster b.",. wagon---" __ .. .. .. .. .. 10.00 5.00 H.mbreekt. her ......*. Del"....... ceola Florida.Court In Judson and for On- see fit; to build maintain, own and Attorneys for Incorporator.,' Orlando,',
88 KlIlIlY. 10. & C. s. Co.. Ice tactory., .. .. .. 15.00 1.50 County Black operate saw mills' planing mills, dry Fla 41-lt. MIN
plaintiff,
'Rlato Dan bank .. versus Mary J. Prentls, asadminlstralrlx kilns logging .
8tto -------------- .. .. n.50 affidavit machinery and appliances ..
lli.OO by
appended of the estate of
Tel Co.. TeL Exch.nllr.e.---. .. oJ\hpeii1r lames turpentine still .and
1,1.1I. .. other ,
plants TRIO COURT
1.00 1.110 In the abovestatedpause W. Prentls OP COUNTY JUDOEa'O.CEOLA
deceased et alia, defendant
merch.nt:_____ for .
'1 F. H. Lawllon. .. .. the production, manufacturing,
1S3 P. G. Whit.. merchant__________ .. .. .' e 1.00 1.00 1.110.50 Victor that J. Humbrecht.Agnes W. her Humbrecht husband and the To *All. Foreclosure Whom It of Mortcas Concern and commercial utilisation of all kind OtlN1Y., FLORIDA

P. O. Whit. barber .----- .. ., .. .. .. defendants therein May : of timber and other forest product Notice Is hereby. given to all whom'
'.00 named Notice
Is
10.00 are
8. I.upf.r It Prather r------______ .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 1.11'0 of the State of Florida,nonresidents and master hereby duly given that In a* special and by-products; t* produce, mine, It'm.y concern That L Elisabeth Cot, t
t6t6 Peace Johnson merchant ------- .. .. .. .. .. .. .fPmteodn the manufacture and deal In phosphate, terman as guardian of Rebecca Elizabeth .

resident of
the
1.50 are and above
.00 .
______________ < City Countyof stated cause, the first .
Mrs A. Rose. hotel .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 1.1\0 Philadelphia State Pennsylva- of minerals, and mineral oil, and all.the Cotterman a minor child of Andrew -
day lilt that
,
S7 .lulla-,.. Baasssn. merchant------. -.. .. .. .. .. ,. 11.00 4.50 nia., each over the of twenty-one sales December. being alegal product and by-product thereof; to Cotterman. 'd'ecIot"lk..t vrlll on ,the24th
8tt W. H. K..mpter. mereh.nt_______ .. .. .. .. 10.00 5.00 years; It Is therefore age ordered that the hour of legal day sale and In front between of the the build, own, lease, control charter and day of November, Itlt.. '
G. P. Garrett lawyer.----___ .. .. N ,. .. 10.00 11.00 aid non-resident defendant be and Court House door In Klssimmee, Os operate tramways, railway engines, Honorable T. M. Murphy. County' l

100 Pat Johnston lawyer ---------.- .. cars, vessels, and other vehicles 01'me.n. :Judge" for said Osceola Count
1' 10.00 5.00 are hereby required to appear to the ceola County: Florida, offer for sale of office
101 f' H. Myer: Sarate : 10.00 bill of complaint filed In said cause on and sell by auction to the highest and transportation of propertyor .t his In Klsslromee In sad 1
t4.iii i :: :: :: :: Ug products,
held
10S W. real 1.00: or before. Monday the 1st day of December twist bldder,-for cash, the following owned or controlled County at 10 o'clock a. m., or as soon y ,
101 Id. Anthony. merchant .. .. T.50 1.15 A. D. lilt otherwise the allegations described real estate a* the by tbs said corporation or'other' persons . thereafter as the matter can b, heard'
.4 104 W. E. 8.nd.r.on Co.. merchant.- ? ,, ? ? 10.00 11.00 of said bill( will be taken a* of the estate of said James property t I or corporations In connection with for authority to sell at '
106 W. B. 8and.r.on. permanent optl confessed by said defendants.It deceased, a* ordered by ..rJC : of : the business of this corporation bat not vats sale, the said. minor undivided: :. a
.
clan --------------------- .. .. .. 1.00 1.00 I* further ordered that this order aid Court In the above cause, to-wit: to use the same for tbs purpose on.II'thnt.re.t In the fol wing described -
106 R. T. Butler barber------------- .. .. ... ..00 1.111) be published once a week for four Beginning at the Southwest dolnr.the business oth.. common real estate situate In said
107 R. T. Buller merchant__________ .. .. .. 11.00 IT.1I0 consecutive weeks In the Kfslmme of Section SS of Township 26. corner South ; own operate, lease,' hire Countjr to-wit': 0 r
108 R. T. Butler. 1 pool tables------ .. .. 1.00 1.60 Oasette. a newspaper published Range SO. East thence run due North use and maintain docks, wharves, elevators Lot a.ven (7) of Arthur B. Donaan.
lOt Matlie Bandy merchant -------- .. .. 4.10 1.15 Vallen < : to low water mark on shore of lako *'tln-n storage I.c << B. C. Miller and H. Xnay Stan
110 Osceola Pharmacy druggist .--- .. .. 11.110 '.1' This SOth nr.y.nodtSJi.er.: : Itlt known a* Fish Lake run thence due ties of every and to. the ford's Subdivision of part of Block
.111 M. Ksls merchant ---------.--- - - 10.00 11.00 (SEAL) J. L. OVER8TREKT. East 660 feet thence South to South profits and toll therefrom and to Eleven (11) of the South Florida Rail-
111 W. W. Canon. denU.t_______.__ .. .. .. .. 10.00 6.00 Clerk Circuit Court. line of said Section thence West 660 erect and maintain tank .and wars- road Comp.nBu..y of the Town
US G. H. Prather. bottling works-___ .. .. .. .. 11.00 1.110 By B. H. BULLOCK. Deputy Clerk. feet to place of beginning Purchaserto houses for the storage" of turpentine, of Klsslmmee City. The said Lot Bev- ,
114'HE Lupfer'" Prather bag. wa"olf_ .. .. .. .. 1.00 1.10 KRIBBS. AKERMAN STEED deed.Kissimmee. . oil*, resin, cotton and other products en being a part ef : of said
b4xr.tdJgd
E. O. Nichols merchant.--------- .. .. .. 4.110 1.15 Solicitor 'Ot Complainant. 41-tt Fla. Oct. St. 1515.IJILTON and Issue storage or warehouse Tee Block Kleven a* shownby ;
116 Union Cypress Co.. merchant---- .. .. .. .. 11.00 1.60 PLKDriER. celpt against tha same; to receive plat filed. Also, the aam undivided '
117 W. F. Kenney rooming! house-___ .. N .. .. 16.00. 11.00 NOTICE OF APPLICATION. FOR TAX 46-41. Special Master. =:mlnt.t for all or any part ef the Interest In Lot Thirteen (IS) and 1jt
118 M. B. Cushman.. phy.lcl.n------- .. .. .. .. 10.00 11.00 subscribed In money, Sixteen (11) of Block Seventeen! (17),
lit Osceola Motor '""0.. lI'.r.ge----! .. .. .. 10.00 5.00 IIBED. NOTICE: OF INTENTION TO APPLY labor or services at a just valuation as shown on plat of Klssimmo Park
ISO 3. D. .. ,. .. thereof at the discretion of the board on record In Plat Book No. 1. page 41,
1S1ISS 3. L. Phillip: .. 10.00 11.00 Notice Is hereby that JohnBrasch. FOR LETTERS PATENT of directors and generally to have and Public Accords of said .CoURt,. Con
1.00 1.110
H. M .. purchaser of gl gluatt Certiorate exercise such power as may be Inci taming ten acres. .
its O.ceo.Breaker Hot.1. .. .. .00 1.541 No.1, dated 7th = A. D. 1117 Notice le hereby given that the. underslcned dental to the business of said corporation Also, the same undivided Interest In
114 .. i,60 of the sale of the City of St. Cloud will apply to Honorable the corporation right, the following; B.ln.t" a 141
Carson point
Farmer N N N .r.ndan
IIS Carson Farmer Florida, has filed said Tax Certificate Sidney :J. Catts, Governor of the State privileges Incidental to feet East and 1II1.S1 feet North of the ,
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In mr: office and baa made applicationfor of Florid-al Tallahassee Florida, on corporations organised and listing Northeast corner of the Northwest .
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116 Carson F.rm.r.- .. 1.10 tax deed to Issue In accordance the 4th lay ntoto December 1115, for under the laws: of the State of Flor quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Yee
117 Carson Farmer 1.10 with law. Said tax certificate embraces Letters be issued to DREW'MILLER ida; to Isaus'and deliver Its bonds and Section! It. Township SS Rana-e hand Y

F. IL__.____ .. .. N e the following described prop COMPANY under the following other obligations for value, and secure run thence North SlS.M feet glenf the ttirf
US Carson physician---------------- 1.10 erty In Oeceola County. Florida, to. proposed Articles. of Incorporation sam by trust deed or la any County Road thence East f f S S feet.
Phoenix .. N .. ? wit: Lots Nineteen (It) and Twenty i manner It sees ,.'. The foregoing thenee South SIS.SI feet thence West {
1.10 (101 ef Block One Hundred and Klchtrfour BBNJ.: DREW. "
Farmer clause shall bo construed as Independent '11.' feet to plaoo of beglcnlng, aad a
Carson (U4) of tile City: of St.! Cloud M. OVKRBCRKBT. business and and the I -
writ... ___ .. .. .. .. SQL powers; containing acres score or leas r ,"f
lie :'Car.oa F.rroer- .. .. .. .. 1,60 1.10 of Florida aocordlnc ioom.l idA land M. MILLBR.: numeration of any special business Which application will be &safdr ..
Aurust. A- p. shall ,
or
power :* to limiter on the petition now on file la .
11 C.r.on' Farmer :o"n.r" J
.. .. .. being assessed at the date of the Issuance ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. restrict-In any any ether business ,. if
.arena. 1.10 of said certificate to the name ' or' power of this 'corporation.. Court.BLXZABBTH: COTTKRhtAN.: : J !.
Firma I -
its Carson \ .. of F. X. CORBBTT. Unless said certificate "We, the uadrel;d. hereby ** AETILH Guardian.
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co.ro"1- : 110 stall be redeemed according elate ourselves for the The capital of .
together p. "- amount of the stock October. Had Ilia, ..n, t: il-it,
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4r I 'TEN THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER. 14, .1919i
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-' ,-- 10" 1 .',, r3 d Editor Valley Gazette: II J v'. A \

\ 'fJ..r-t'1.r ; ,,7. U S T. (" The rent shortage, in Kissimmee of good, small has become house ,.,

Of .. }, , JI" 'J"h "ff, 1 acute.It .
.. ...[ ,.I \' I d. . '" .... .. I Is.safe tf say that there is not
desirable. bungalow: of from 4 -to DOLLAR LIMITPRICE STORE
rooms," modern and close in, but
there are applicants waiting
," '
e 2c1< J't !> 7
'
It, in' case it should be vacated.
; : One thing: only can relieve the con
: ; VEDOur I viz: more building and what r
FRf.Evc4EI: ; ; : more bundingt .
It, might: be suggested that it Is n
present high cost, were it not for
.. fact that some nearbytowns, are
a phenomenal building! rate, LIST
spite of the high cost. Evidently
,
' 7 I Fall Line of Oil and the cost is not the reason for
slackness here. The only logical .:
.
BOn is the unfriendly attitude of
: Wood Cook Stoves Oil city council toward real estate p k
; As evidence of the ef .

::' ti and Wood Heaters. Re: j of' h81 this been attitude built ,here not for a renting single:

rigerators. Chairs Rockers I I requiring since the the ordinance deposit was of' of Staple Articles that you will be nee'ding.'This .

( by every patron of our muni
public utilities plant. The best '
Etc. Etc. of tenants resented the impli- is not Sale but to let know w
r ': that they might not pay their a you
and preferred to put up their r
I $12.50, and lose the interest on .
: rather than to be classed as we are selling
; Call and See Them and Get Our Prices ( ," by having the house-ow- r1
guarantee them. But whether ,
i : extortion was shouldered by ow-
or tenant the result, was equally

C. H. GRANTHAM .Capita is to lightning real estate quick investments.to feel Staple Merchandise
Tlte Safiafacfory Slo. psychological influence of un :\

-- It draws back at a
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Investors are dissuaded also by the

I II,.of The valuation law requires of property the valu-for A Few Words About Our Piece Goods Department 1

i to be true "cash value" of the Wool, Serge, in all staple colors, yard____$ 1.5 Cotton Bed Ticking, yard _____________ .30
but the council and the as
seem to have a misapprehen-

Osceola Hardware Co. of the meaning of "cash value." Cotton Flannel, yard ---..------------ .30 Feather Ticking yard _____________.:.... .48
words are plain English, and can

nothing else but "the amount Outing, in all colors yard ____________. .35
could be pot for the property .
TM ;, Located on Kissimtwee's the time of its valuation, in rash 9-4 Sheeting yard __________________ .85 r'
BUSIEST CORNERNOVEMBER its equivalent." Cash values has Yard Wide Bleaching yard ____________ .35
| necessarily, any relation what

to the owners valuation, the lat Unbleached Muslin, yard 151 and______ .25 Best Grade Dress Ginghams, ,yd 3Sc and ..45Ready
may be above, or below, its cash
An heirloom or a home site
'? ht have very little, cash value and

20 1919 |: a very high value to its owner. To- Wear Department .
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value is not taxable, and

.for"r'| quirin law takes tax only cognizance on the cash of this value, by, Children's Union Suits, suit, 85e and____ 1.00 Wool Nap Blankets, pair ______________ 5.00
The above is the date to which all true sportsmen are looking. :i is the amount it would bring,

in the open market. No owner Ladies Union Suits _________ _______ 1.50 .4
When the first gray dawn of that day appears a barrage will be begun compelled to place a cash value on n Comforts f each ___________________ 3.50 -,

''''i against, the game that has been protected by law all summer. I;I for property a rise,, but he the may assessor prefer to is com hold Ladies Shirts long sleeve ___n________ .75 t

t if he is guided by the law. to Crepe de Chine Waists in all
colors each 4.98'
your trusty gun ready to begin the sport with the rest of the boys. | his valuation to the present Outing Gowns f for I ladies, eac h__________ 1.98
"| -h value. Because of Valu-
illegal
Remember we've got the Ammunition. We handle several kinds
some persons have paid no r
all (I taxes for years, thus throwing Cotton Blankets; pair-- ____ ________ 3.50 Voile Waists: each ____ _____________ 1.5Men's
are topnotchersThere will be a big. rush for it right at (the. i burdens on those who still con

last so come in early and be sure.. to get just what you want when When to a pay too, though grasping under management protest.

k you want it. 'v' replaced by a more business-like Underwear
able
to compete with other

+ "tlf j your gun is rusty, instead of trusty let us furnish. you with ,in then the there opinion will of be more house- Balbirggain, long and short sleeves. each Kakhi Overalls, pair _________________ 1.91 ,.

some REM OIL warranted to cut rust and powder EXPERIENCE. garment ---------------------- .75 I ,
accretion perfectly. Pen Checked Pants, pair ______________ 1,98
''f PARTY AT TEA ROOM

If One of the most attractive events Men's Heavy Weight Underwear, garment .98 Sweaters for men each $1.50 to______ 7.00
you want a new !gun, come to us. We have some new the week was the bridge party at
Tea Room Wednesday afternoon, ..
in, and more on, the road. Mrs. 11. C. Piano, as hostess. '
Four tables of players amused A Few Words in OUT I";
I with this popular game, Regard to
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ players including the members of
Bridge club and four guests Mrs. ,

.\rt ,*&, ""..-'",..,'*. ... ' .. q'q. .. H.. Ingram, Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck, Shoe Department .
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'GASHUM "" George Gardner 'and Miss Mar- .
"%""j .';* ;J\.<.. ' % AND.SUSETTE. V. '' ;. ; /; Porter. I

I 'I l j.'J, "Some doctor- 't say'that' kissing i; not\I good for 'the'health. 'Now The Buttorff.club prize and was the won guest by prize Mrs. by P. We. have the most complete stock of shoes we have ever had, Dud 1 ,,!"

; 1 'i diseases'- Woodueck., These' the prices are far below market prlcese "" "
I wondeg':what ;; are ,spread by kissing'i ?" i inquired Suisette._ ; prizes were .
the cut close glass of violet the baskets.At the. tea ,Men' Dress Shoes. guarant4ed all leather-$ 1.00 ::elluicm Army Shoe made by Endicqtt 'It game
always gives
me palpitation of the heart; but it doesn'tIUlrt
management served a dainty Box toe or Englilh. Johnson, pair _______ 7.50
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; ,me ,at ,bit." Gash urn replied. with sandiwches and hot cof- II. }
As dusk
approached, pretty yel- .\If'',.
candles with lighted the the tables, har Velvet ooze Shoe all leather pair--r ___ z..a Misses English Walking Shoe taD and black 4.00 :,.
yellow daisies,

i :'Osceola Hardware Co. .were lavishly used as a dec Every, p.llir of shoes made by Eudicott Johnson Shoe Co., we guarantee =


;,. ,. Subscribe Gazette. for the Kissimmee Val. to be solid leather. i

t .

-- I will be cut on, which deposit This is just a few of our great' bargains;.,we have hundreds more J

f Alf ORDINAlfC-D. Cltlsens of Klcilmm.l, whether be of refunded the use upon of water the,discontinu lent such but can't mention them all. This price 1ist. holds good until, Janu ,1.D .:
as may be due the City for
,An Ordinance Relating to the Use of b.vidual paid for firm according or co poratlona',,.: by the party or parties entitled REFERENCE.
to th.
h 'W.t.r .nd"LI ht. In the City of used, .uoh amounMr to be .. ".( ate deposit. All meter to be put _
s"P.t?+ -Clsslmmee, ""Florida, and Regulating : the expense of the City and to
br m an of water and light the
of
the Payment th.refor. and Providing and at the following ...t.- ,property. A. fiat rate the of City.Fifteen Cents
4-th. Methods of Furnishing such Section. 1. A ft.t'''rate of ,
kilowatt for all electric ;
curr..ntI IlA"IiEEfMljE
Water and LIfrtit to the Cltls.ns
cents ONE! THOUSAND
Kr; rand for the Collection per for lights" or purposes) with .
Light Biller . of Water" and for used water with Irrespective a ;minimum:: of the ";' minimum; chars hf..r Dollar poc' STORE
charge of meters to be read
BB IT ORDAINED monthly.
'A
.., OE"THB CITY OF?KISSIMMEE THH <3ODMC1L : month Dollar per month, meters to be may be operated at FIVe Cents J
K. W. or at rate of I1.IS H.
That. beginning per
upon and Including See 1. A Irh
depo.lt of Two
the and per month a minimum .. ,''It
M ht day of Decemb.r. .A. D. 111, Half Dollars will b. required of One Dollar charge r t .
$ ull-water and lights furnished thet,4 per. month. All consu- f
; "I1."n" for the vee of water ". .. to h. ehsrg.d Fifteen Cents pert
.4(, .' l' O. W. PERSONS COMPANY ti

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3 ,...."., . ._ K. Wi: up to- 100 K. w, and Ten Cents Everybody Who to Anybody Advertises Their "*aats"' ,1 ia Tin Valley Gaaette: l|

;a ; per K.per'W.month.on excess over 100 K. Wvied .. ---- .
Sec. 4. A deposit of Ten Dollars ooo.o..o..o.oo..o.o..oo.o..o..o..o.>
e : will be required all applicants forcur..nt
l'' before same will be furnished
'\. ;;::".; which deposit will be refunded to-the
,' ",'," party .or parties entitled thereto upon No Increase in Price
: : \. the discontinuance 'of current less such
q .').! amount as may be due by-such party
or partl.a. All electric meters- to b.
Installed and owned. the City or
You Need the Service stalled.acquired by the City bI already-In; ,

r- :electric, Sec. S.current All bills are for payable both water monthly and of Ice : '

and If same are pot paid In full within t
'ten day. after, presentation of such .'
\ 'l1HpAtII,1.! $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ bill, or 'within ten day. after such "
bill or' bills are mailed 'by the water
t, II We welcome to this Bank all who have financial matters they desire and ,light or either collector the the.water Water or and current -+- J1'
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as the case may be, shall be oft
r to discuss with, us and place our advice at their command. We at the option of the City, without, further Buy Tickets and save' time and money. .
notice, and the amount of the
give you :good service, courteous treatment and sympathetic attention unpaid bill or deposits or bill., deducted and the balance from thedeposit of Tickets on sale by driven of wagons at thefollowing, prices ,

tae ( to your banking needs. You need the services of a Bank. Why u.the.....deposit If any, refunded to the 2/1/ 5c Tickets good for 10 lbs each_______-__________-$ 1.00 !J

Ni /' ., i not seek a Bank that especially meets your needs X May we .see water Sea or'. electric In the event current that Is cut either off the for 21 lOc Tickets, good ior 20 lbs each_______ [_____T_---- 2.00 ; j

? .t. 4 you here) charge non payment of ONE)of DOLLAR the bill will or"be bills madeto a 22 25c Tickets, good for 50 lbs each___________________ 5.00 ;
n e cut same In again In addition to

null. the City payment and the of deposit all4adebtedne.l ..above -mentionedbe to the I .

Bank All made ordinances by the applicant.or parts of ordinan Drivers are instructed to give full weight. Complaints will receive
itIntiuNntelLJj1IzeI1s eel In conflict herewith, be and, the '
same are repealed. prompt attention.
4, h ? DEPOSITS Unanimously paled In .open session ,
: this 4th day of .. A. D. 111.
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g ;.. .. ',:.: ':' .. : ::0P KISSIMM$E' (.SEAL) ,H.of, Council M. BREAKER.President ProT.m.AttJ.tR. : .. R. T. BUTLER: Manager
ENSURED: . .
", ;M JJ;:; .., -r :..' f'T4J1.Y___ : ad - 'f1ILBART"Clar14 KI5SIMMEE .ICE" A: COLD STORAGE CO. -
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f r{li4I ,..7v' vo cr!\ " a_ bak wRL p..ability .. .'. Approved this. 4th-day of '-TO111; *. 1
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