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 21, 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: VID00934
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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.. NEW DITCHING' MACHINE. IS Evangelistic. Services At HON. JOE SEARS TELLS' ''EM f


\ First Methodist Church .


1-1NOW" ,ON THE WAY HEREfihe ,. . .I ABOUT FLORIDA'SOVERLAND CLIMATE 4;

: ..._ ,Evangelistic meetings ,were begun opening' sermon that he is a forceful ,
ill!: .- ..."' .'' at the First Methodist church his I speaker who can. reach the, hearts, of

work of making this 'city-' a' I II week the opening service held' on. hie'Mr.hearers.: Boyd, the musical' director, ... .- Washington, Nov. 17.-(Special)-' }

bigger and better Kissimmee, Which PROMINENT' CRIZENS LEAVE Wednesday evening -with P. M. Boyd, !'!has a voice of surpassing sweetness, Congressman Joe Sear .hat been car r,
'would come within the department of : musical director, and F. W..Twilley,. and Mr. Twilley' skillful ,fingers AND SCHOOL rylng on, a good natured' fight with ur
'the ''drainage committee of the city, OfTTHElR. ANNUAL HUNTW pianist in charge,, as Rev. C. M. Dun. produce. wonderful melody on the TRUCK IN SMASH-UP the United State Railroad Administration
Wt. ,i, 'Council will soon be under way. I I I : away was called to Atlanta by ill- piano, .. -' over the tourist rate to Florida .
.rv The, $15,000 fund which was realized B. Crawford and c h\a\ brother, ness of his' family. This group of'men have been holding A near accident happened ,Friday y Mr.' Sear' ha* found :fault with '
,f from the sale of the city's,notes J. L. Crawford, of Jacksonville; Rev. Dunaway arrived yesterday revival meetings in Kissimmee's afternoon when ,the school truck the authorities on two counts: He
\. for drainage purposes is now avall"f' James ,Earle Lupfer, Holmes' Prather evening and preached a gripping sermon neighboring 'cities with remarkable driven by Frank Jones and the Overland has been apprehensive that Califor
: 4.. Able: the big ditching machine has J. S. Cadel, L. R. Farmer and to a fair sized congregation, results, and it is hoped that their Influence driven by Mrs.> B. C. Elam, col- ails has been getting the best 'pf the
# teen contracted for and even the George Gardner, were a party of I Which included not alone the members will, be, felt here throughoutthe lided on Broadway, to the detriment matter and that the railroad administration -
,;: working' crew has been secured. prominent citizens leaving Kissim- :, of the Methodist church but length and breadth of this ,com- of,both car.and .truck, though nO'one has been advertising that
!?; W. H. Arnold Is chairman of thistv race Tuesday morning*for the prairie I those! of other churches as well. munity.The was greatly inJured' in the crash ,state in some of the 6 well known and
it important |>mmittee, with Messrs to be on Aand' when the open season The regular hours for the services meetings are not denominational Mr. Jones, with about thirty-four j+I popular magazines, at government
Fox, Floyd and Gilbert as to-works came-due.. They are now lost to the-will rbe* ten 'o'c k'1n the morningeventhirtr j the- public-generally"-urged children from;the'Parvh -'Settlement, I]expenee'wlren-some-of: ; -this -advertising ,
ers. Their plans include the 'cleanIng -> world, but as they are accompaniedby 'and !! in the evening.It to be present at each and every ses-, had come in onto Broadway from the I I 1 should have, been about Florida.
out the big ditch and the digging two well known chefs there ;js lit- : is evident from Rev. Dunaway's ''sion. : side street in front of the Lancaster The other ruling which has been worrying
4 t: of smaller drainage ditches tle doubt that they will return about .. store, and Mrs Elani was, driving : Mr. Sears js that not enough
rt' wherever' necessary to successfully Monday as hale i and hearty as ever. south on Broadway, when the cars people believe Florida is' *v summer
s. carry off the water thatjt>aclcs up on This hunting party is an annual came together.' resort. "' '
j.' the low lands in West Kissimmee.' event and as all sits members are expert 1 Several of the children jumped from After assuring the railroad author -\: '
v There la no better trucking land any sportsmen they usually bag St. Cloud Department the truck and one child felj!' down between itlea today that he was now convlnet
where than this tract, but !it has their quota'' of game. the machines when the crash ed that there''' was no intentional discrimination "

"I",' been rendered practically useless by came but nq one was reported Injured. I '' aoralnst Florida. Mr.
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this surplus water, which accumulates REV. FALLS PLEASED WITH -I i j I Sear wrote a* follow to Gerrit Fort,'
J frequently enough to be a men-i NEWS AND NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD! THE "WONDER CITY.: I SANFORD-KISSY BASKETBALL '' assistant. director: '
ace to any crop. I| CAMP ICN. .. "I note in the last paragraph of "+
The ditching machine ordered is BT OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT. I CAME' SATURDAY your letter,you tate a* follow:The'
.,.,. now on the way and the committee Rav. O. B. Falls, whj(> is campaign I summer' fares were not in effect to
is expecting its arrival at any time. director of this section of Florida Florlda'or other Southern, point.
A man will! be sent here by the company for the Baptist 75 million campaign, I The Ladies Improvement Club met Ill., arived on Tuesday to spend' the -I J which are now' In, too sense summer
r: to instruct the workmen in the spent a few days at home this week, Wednesday afternoon in the M. E. winter, with her parents, Mr. and court will take place here Saturday,resorts. Winter excursion fares,'
. running of the machine and It Is the returning from a tour of the South I Annex, with Mrs. Charlott Somer- I Mrs. William Phipps. (beginning: at 8:30 p. m., with San. however,: have been authorized to the
,r intention of the council to begin thejof Florida and Tampa Bay districts, I I ville in charge. Reported many Mrs E. D. French, Misses Eda ford as .opponent. ,latter and ave.been in effect to Florida .
I 'work by raising the grade on the When he visited Lakeland, Plant books given to the library and some Epple and Ella McAllister, were the I I'guests I The Sanford teams have been conceded : since Oct. 1, with the final limiti
road to St. Cloud. There is a sectionof City, Tampa, and other points. 'from the Terry estate; reported- Sunday evening of Mrs. Lou the title of state championship May 20, 1920. '
jof- this road was submerged This week he left on a speaking have a sign! ,(out side) to indicatethe Hendrix. for more than one year, and is madeup This 1 I. not a spirit of criticism,
during' the recent high water, and tour through the Wekiwa Association library, as some people cannot I Mrs. O. C. Knight and two children of some of the fastest girl players but may I'suggest that you call up
\! this is to be raised to a heighth that of Baptist churches, visiting find it. Report and discussion! was Billie and Edwin, who have in the state. the weather man and,learn from him k
(' future i inundations will' be impossi Taft, Orlando,_ St. Cloud.. Barton given' to, the treeplaritnojr* committee been visiting her husband's parents While the KJa& lulRe.. girls were-'officially"at i first hand' that Florida r<
.. ble.Several Lake and CamjJbell station. : ; report of suffrage committee! I'at Mascott. Fla., is spending a few out played in the Sanford game last ii.-a summer resort, with climatic, .
: applications have 'been Next week's itinerary will include i I and <*>mmittee ap.ki"t: i to visit days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.I I IWin. I week they have been. profiting by conditions during'1 the summer $,'
.... made for the position of running the Whittier and points in North Orangeand Orlando and the state officers. Alk- ;. Phipps before' returning to her that experience, and will put up a months, which will compare favorably !t'
;f ditching machine, but the council Osceola counties. ahest Lyceum course reported and ho Thortotosasaa. ,(I pretty fight Saturday. with any state'In-the Union:- -
was unanimous employing' Lawrence Rev. Falls expressed himself as committees appointed to sell tickets uncle Josh Ferguson went to Orlando I I The game is sure to be' an interesting "I am not writing this merely,because u; s
rt McAllister, a Kissimmee man more than pleased with the enthusiasm and see to advertising, followed bya to attend the circus on Tues ,I one and should have the patronage I represent Florida but because
j'J; with considerable experience with shown in his district and said very interesting! program! Solo day. of the public generally. the same is a fact.
; ": machinery. He will be paid the regular he felt no doubt but that when the by Miss Ekman, "Mighty Lah a I I J. W. Thompson of' Kissimmeewas "May I invite you some summerto
, t' wage 'of _$5 per day for the actual Mine came for the subscriptions, Rose." and another number for en- > a visitor here this week. NOTICE. j I spend .af few week*. either at one
' work and will be given two they would "go over the top. core. Vacation echoes by the different -: Qapt. Ceo. Nason, |of Evanston' I IIl1. I I Bishop Mann, of Orlando, will of the beaches on tUP*ocean or the
. ''t.ll'' helpers at $3 per day eacji.\ members Mrs. Somerville on .. arrived here last Friday even- conduct morning services in St. I!gulf so that you may find out .just
The machine purchased is a dupli- Mr. and Mrs; Myron West have G. A. R, Encampment at Columbus. ; ,o spend another winter in our John's piscopal Church Sunday, be-(what I' stated is true. No state in
. cate of the one which excavated the arrived from their Northern home Capt. Nason sang "Little Bronze midst, and is a guest at the St. ginning at eleven o'clock. {the Union Is more misunderstood*
" 414 big' ditch south and west of the and will spend the winter in pleasant Button," and for encore, sang "Kingof Cloud Hotel. r 1 All members of the church and thin Florida but I .am'glad this misunderstanding .
'" city. t apartments at The Inn. the Forest," and was asked of the I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Young, Mr*. their friends are urged to be presentat I is being fast: over-:
{J. .. great musical festival at Evanston, Jacob Hoffer and Miss Nellie Burn; that hour. 'come." ,
: ;,f BISHOP WM. CRANE GRAY. 111. This he did at length and elo- motored to Kissimmee Friday afternoon I .. ... ,
quently. Mrs. Jennie French to do some shopping and they
gave
; i. Rt. Rev. Wm. Crane Gray, former NIMRODSWERE OUT I the packing THANKSGIVING SERVICE., '
a good talk on Ohio State Federation also visited fruit houses. COL. JOHNSON
r. Bishop of Southern Florida, died at of Women's Clubs and Kinsman BUYSHOME A union Thanksgiving ,service haawen
"t' the home of his son, Jos. .A. Gray, at the Ministerial f
. RCE.THURSDA teachers club. Mrs. Banter gave a (IMr.. and Mrs. G. A. Peed of Orlando arranged by
f ,'..' Nashville, Tenn., on Sunday, Nov. IN F fine talk on her vacation in Minnesota ' were St. Cloud visitors Monday -- Association of St. Cloud. The serv- '_' r,
16th. ,_and lecture concerts, and visit- afternoon. IN KISSIMMEE icewill be held In the Methodist ,
a q lie presided ,as bishop of the Episcopal ; ing Y. W. C. A. investigation, and church' Rev. Mrs.: Foster of,the Bap. -\
church, over Southern Florida t Thursday wa--"legal holiday" as Mrs. Hendrix' an interesting reCount ,I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Protzman, who tilt church' preaching. The, service ,
twenty-one years and was greatly far as the male population of Kis of her visit at Evanston Ill., have been spending the summer at I I Col.J. B. Johnson of Knoxville, who will be held, Thanksgiving mooring ?'
beloved here and throughout the simmee was concerned foil, the open and. other places, heard several elo- ,Hillsdale? Kans., came back last Fri .is a large acreage owner In this section I at 11 a. m."' .
4 diocese. At the time of his death he season was ushered in on that date quent men and women, talk. Most day morning. I of the state and who is buildingup ,
was eighty-four: year of age, and and the town was practically depopu- of the items were the work of to- Mrs. Josephine' Harrison came in splendid citrus groves, purchasedthe I' Mrs. Sam ..Ragsdala : left early this
had been in retirement ,
for the pastY morrow. Next meeting, first Wednesday Saturday evening, from' Plant City Correll property on Clyde. ave. .
five years Even the Thursday evening concert in December. where she ha. been visiting her sis-i i J. B. Johnson, of Knoxville who is after a pleasant visit with her par
was, .done away with, and a Saturday I Mr. and Mrs. George Clark, Miss 1 ter. She is staying. at the Dalby a large acreage owner in this, sectionof cuts Mr. and MVs.. H. M. Pfaniu .,

concert'amnged.jn' its place, Edith Harrod and'John Childers attended House.Rev.. '" the state and who, is building up ,
4.; SCHOOL LUNCH :ROOM : as there and few would listeners.be few players. present the show "Orlando:;, on Tue -I M. Demotte and wife; from splendid citrus groves, purchased the : '
I :
'day.Mrs. Pagosa Springs, Colo., came in Mon- Correll property on Clyde avenue. CITY COUNCIL HAS,1CAtLEDMEETING; .
Judge T. ).Ii'Murphy was busy at Bert Durham, ofSANFORD Chicago, day to spend the winter .in our midst This in a very desirable residence
his in the .
office court house
GROWS IN POPULARITYIs 'Jsaulng I with plenty of set bearing orange '
licenses
the of the week
early part
I trees. Mrs. Correll reserved ;
'. '. -" .;t-I>' ..::...::..::.. (" and -up o to Wednesday he !had_ fitted I I ARE' of her property for thirty possession days- ,
out iuo! hunters witc county licenses, F DEFEATS USIN PACKINC HOUSES' :
a
in And
The attendance increases, the average and 64 with non-resident 11crases. order to some'suitable apart- ,
this week ,is '175 pupils 'and Thus' fat has county'' ment for herself The present city administration ''is ;,
t teachers. So far, the project isself- I for a state license no, :one though five applied of BASKET BALL GAME AGAIN IN Mr. Johnson left Saturday for constructive in its policies and'is not
t supporting. There is- need of, more these were: ,issued lajit It. \l is OPERATION j Knoxville but will return in Decem- content unless 'there is' something'
,mothers to !help for two hours from likely that year. ber for ,the holidays with his ,family.MEN'S doing" along some.Jine jof, civic improvement .
& sportsmenwill .
many ptor ,
I eleven to one o'clock each-day. At take out licenses the ; fruits | 0 ; -. ,
Osceola's citrus
as season Quite. delegation accompanied
a Shipments
these hours there is a rush. Some advances. ,,MEETING.. .The full personnel of the council
the basket team their have l
girls' ball on begun to move again and ]
extra help is needed in serving the A' DUmber I art Interdenominational meeting-! for was present\ at. a called meeting'
/of Klsslmmee
hunting parties were ,trip ,to Sanford Friday evening.to packing houses at I
plates for the primary pupils, and Organized and left, here a few, day play the initial game of the season. turning out a few cars per day to men and boys will' be held' at the Wednesday, to wind uP'the street.
acme, must ( be at the contract it understood
one always and
' before the season opened'to be on the 1 I| Notwithstanding the score which handle the fruit that shows a disposition Methodist bungalow, ''room at three paving was '
door to collect the dimes.This . I that the contractors to whom
ground when o'clock f Sunday, afternoon,' all 'men
Sanford This
Thureday'dawned.; stood 86 to 7 in favor of to fall from the trees. I f
r ? is not charity work, but child I the Kissimmee team were a credit to includes both oranges and grapefruit.It and boy. cordially invited. lieu job was let, were ready to sign 1 x i
-dwelfare: Come see the eagerness . .. .)0. the .final papers.' The' contracting: t
themselves and to their'coach'MissIona will be remembered that the season
w with which the boys und girls enter Bo'iRD.i. "YDAE:1 E teacher of home much earlier than' I company: was conspicious. by its ab,
: Hough, the opened
up
I' the room, how fair their deportment. OF : sence, however, .and, as' there'' are afew
i ; : economics department of the Kissim common, then unusual weather -condition MANY INQUIRIES-AS '
iNJj! child attempts in any way to .... },[ days remaining before the'al-
I mee schools. The ,girls were carriedoff :were largely responsible :for ,
} g'
.evade dropping the dime, but a sense lowed time expires and the ,deposit
''i+ of'- honor and good department, pre- MEETING TONIGHTregular !} their feet in the early part of the a season pf lnietlvlty'which followed. I forfeited, no' action' could' be taken.
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w vails., -- game and, Sanford had placed sevenor I Atthe'citrus Exchange packing 'TO LAKE FISHING Work the fountain
on drinking
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Is* eight goals ,before the Kissimmee ,house Manager Piano said ''that he ., ,
This week- the. Associated ,
'News had,, been dragging and that ,project
i .
I.
,. rives this fact: "Of, the 6,601rdral 'A meeting of':the" board' ,
of the best in but ,, back,, the fruit that
against
l some players was holding Reports of hook '
n j? schools in Wisconsin, l393; of them trade will' be. hfld'tonight, : >at the good and line fishing meeting' ,
:, serve\ho lunches at noon'' to the.pupils. council ,chamber '.at ,7:30 o'clock, ,at Florida. and that an unusual' forry.ation wan hanging would on well, ...hoping) that' here,which have appeared ,in'the ,** 1C, was the' unanimous! ;'opinion 'of, 4 0
." which time matte..of special was being carried out.' Then the prices ; pick up-i\ tl p Gazette the past, few weeks, have the council that there was" no reason ***%x
r .
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'Mark" you, these.are rural schools, tance Kissimmee will .come impor-I girls recovered their nerve, became' The Bronson-Mach .Bros. packing brought 'many inquiries from peoplein I for further delay*in'the. matter, a*
} ; more accustomed to the Indoorl' court house following out about,the same distant states, to accommodations '
not- city groups. Wisconsin'. Is .a discussion. a* all the' material' was at hand H. M.
',, great state educationally. "well as All member are urged ,,lto' attend''and the 'artificial light and made.. a schedule and sent a'' few cars of and the best season ""for fishing. Breaker and biB committee, 'Mee.n.:
Y otherwise. The Wisconsin ,club women and ,take, part in the meeting. 1 very good showing, playing wish a !grapefruit--out this- week. Mr. Mach Jack, Sparling, one;'of. our most successful ,W. ,H. Arnold and R.' S. Floyd, ,were
claim pep and skill that pleased their Kis said, however, that fruit men: were 'fishermen, just tell themto ...
,the entire' state their says to act and
: as , empowered they expressed *
of the at .Immee'spectator.. 'v; expecting ,an advance in the pricesquoted come, along any, old time, that the ; their intention the r
great '
campus University, '' I having con"crete
Madison. ,Again we, are proud that BIRTDHAY PARTY ,FOR MISS The ."visitors were ''shown every and that they were ready to season "-lasts' all the'yean round and foundations for the ',,f fountain ;.
1 Kissimmee.' ELIZABETH 'LEDBETTER. courtesy by the Sanford 'people and take' advantage of the occasion. Mr. that'the local anglers will be to '
Osceola county; .yes, \ glad >> laid at once. oThe
Florida takes rapid strides ,in uto- I -, the trip 'wilt long be rememberedwith [Mach spoke of the slow.Ita.on, say direct them to the. best, fishing/ ..work, of putting in' the lampposts ,
I ',. '
ti ,date methods' In school: ,and child- Miss ,Elizabeth i Led betted was. .u'rr pleasure.. : >-, ing that the.'fruit' is sweet enough ground ,and tell':them,",how to ,catch I for the white .way. i*, progress::
welfare. 'Monday evening.'when The team .their: 'chaperons, andother"students but is slow in coloring and it I is his *," "'
prised a par- sing under the, supervision of fiupt.
1 -. attending,, were: Misses opinion that people buy more by I 4
; : A we 'urge mothers to visittt ty of young people assembled at the Joiner, and, a*' soon as fixtures
1 ,f the lunch room., Go to help serve. I home of her parents to celebrate her Alpha.Westfall' _.Ruby 1 Oliver, ,sight than... ,by'taste. The Tampa, Tribune 'and ""Times- reach here. Kissimmee' buainesssection !
Louise ,Hess ,Lois
d 'You will findthe' ,.retroactive birthday anniversary; ,will, scintillate and ,
pleasure Griffin glisten
.. Gladys Union' both advocating an'all
afforded Overstreet.' ,Elisabeth NOVEMBER MEETING OF,BUILD.'f. are
Informal dancingand.'game.
MRS. and
FRIPP gleam the stars of the
Secretary., even a*
,
: : Florida
r.j : amusement" for* the evening, Ledbetter .Thelma Button. Emily ING CIRCLE., .;Thanksgiving dinner thatIs sky-, "
l, 'The.Mothers.Club;,,..wishes to, express and dainty refreshments, 'were,.served Sanderson, Jo',Makinsont.Margaret, ,.the use of.only Florida, productsIn r. '"
,, : their hearty ,appreciation 'due f t : '-.."--' : ..- + "AMiss Branson Prof. Fillers. Misses Iona The Building ,Circle an organization the preparation of the menu. This Everybody went to the circus
t ,. ,two capable high school girls-Dor(0thy'and I 'Elizabeth received a, numberof Hough,-lucile Miss MeLendon belonging to the' FirstBaptist ,is a suggestion that could be carried Thursday and even the schools closed
Evelyn 'Denning, '-fortheir lovely from her Sears,'C.11' Summers, ,,Law : '' out i with and profit by .
'T- ( """ presents rince church, which did so much,toward ?pleasure ,all for a half: ioliday'thats children
t+ I'-"'excellent.. ; help .each noon hour. _ to"commemorate1 ,the date.r frlend8''Donald Parker McKay., ,Bryan, ... Simpson and raising the funds;for/the handsome II Florida oeople. night-' accompany their parents.; ,-* .

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Miss Elizabeth.Ledbetter chosen edifice erected is rais -' "
was recently now

!I' UNIV RSITY; ;"OF FLORIDA ,* event, 'captain but the personnel,for' .., the of, the Sanford team and, what is called a parsonage, fund, PREPARATIONS ,FOR: BURNING, .

take a monthly collection: for "

![ 'fIQM C MING t AY NOV. 26 may turn'' be.entirely gamete be changed played on for the the Kis re- this purpose. OIL 'ARE NEARLY, COMPLETED ,I'

simmee court Saturday. and the firirrs The November meeting was somewhat -'
i % ,- ,>>' .-- who are selected,to, play, the first out of the 'ordinary,' for it was "' ,
blggestkeUtree-Comtg. Dawl Florida ed I inI!f the, afternoon. It promises to half, will then name their captain., held in the' church, and the' ladies Kissimmee will ,don be burningfuel headquarters at Tampa. The oil will
7I form be a very hotly:contested game. But employed at the time,by making a oil in place of the old-time wood cost the city about $1.10 per' barrel
lias ever seen Every student Florida has the better teamed will BIRTHDAY PARTY. FOR ELIZA- quilt- for, the Baptist Orphanage atAreadl laid :down in'. Kissimmee' and as it.,I
,whether a graduate or not, is Invltd.and "bring home the bacon." ,.. fuel .which'iaa/ n" growing, scarce will be fed into-the tank by gravity,. e
urged to attend. .Indications are; ,In _the evening the, student body BETH PARKER.: The ladies who'' took part in tie and higher in price with each pasting the additional cost will be light.", S
. ,for a' record breaking attendance' will give'a dance in the new gymnasium. I k off' ' A big" time 'is. .assured every' old I .building to all alumni and form : ; :WV" J., ; gave a lovely Mrs. J. D. Jeffords, Mrs. Marlon *i The machinery tor-burning oil has I of burning fuel oil in other i
Florida,jnaru. At,, noon an- Alumniluncheon r-students.-,-thelower floor will ;be served in,the University smoker will be : given,tot. those ,.who Elizabeth; Parker Saturday .eveningat.'the'Sean' Bryan' Mr; Belle Modi Mrs. A." A.. ing the'oil II''practically'' complete, saving of between $600 1U $700 per
9 .,Commons, Vhere' a former do not care to dance. '.' bows"'on Emmett street. Wemple' , Mr*. .B.' 8.', Hall, -4n.' Fen- and will, be' in 11.oon: a* the month on the fuel alone, and something , ?
a ,etudent would rather .eat'.than anywhere AU, former student, at Old- !'Fl r- lAbout:. 'Miss' ,nell, ,Mrs.'. Leon FennelL Mrs..' A. C. concrete 'ripens. .' e.that _figure,on the laborrequired 4i}
Elizabeth'sfriends
of;
d.. '' ,elt in the world.. Dr.: Mur- Ida!- are-invited to return and participate fifty Chapman,' Mr*.' Spier, Mrs W. W. This tank,is of reinforced concrete ,i : e r .
; I phree will preside I .-yon, ',know .the ..in: this'great'"Home Coming were ''entertained ;with i dancing Bell Mrs. Monroe Thomas/'Mrs. T. and had a capacity: of 23,000 ..Oon.. Ocala,' Orlando, and other Florida
*r restAftertte Celebration..", ,v j y ,'games:and 'prom. 'and ice. cream J, WoodalL Mrs. Guy Hammack.Mrs. The city couneiUlps:: no fear of difficulty cities are*now, burning faeL- oU with I.
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lune heojl q a short,but and cakes were served. :' v' Ross, Barber Mrs. R.:O. ..UvInJraton in obtaining fuel.oil once themachinery satisfactory, results,, and ItTias also a.,
;very Important businessmeltingwillfee ,.. ands \ ,. ..4"1.Go '..The,honoree received'a number?, of and ,Mrs.. Elisabeth Waring is installed, for: they have become the fuel'used on'government .
held. The biggest and beat foot- d music good pnachiDc.tthe pretty_ and ,dainty presents iIL..... :The ladies were refreshed with a three year contract: with hips and on the dredges used 09 the y

JtialX game of the. .season is. to,..be ply:. ,1'8'1..1.1.' . ,;.1.(..,rTicesl" .,, ,' ,'T. J ,!memjbrance, ,ef,'the anniversary \ sandwiches,*'-wafers,'' and. chocolate.: .. can ,Oil Company, which,':.t\lIexl.' east "coast: ?,?_ I'Y:;.t'F..IV't

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TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY,' NOVEMBER 21, lllfU __

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/ Relief sketch of drew. Hour 'like a feast., ,*or, tk;*>

? o iua... Overnight ( Proceedings of the School Board .j her.11 rfcs lancheon iber to wu taake just a over, and tiny toddler) then }a a varied

she was talking to a little knot of menu, sometime Uneeda Blacmle
o for ConstipationTHE I women Tb'ant a d I heard. M lad milk sometime Graham Crack

I The Board of Public Instruction! in and for. Osceola county Florida, I slid quietly Into a Vrb7( seat,We era Oatmeal Cracker or Lunch BUicult.

met in regular session on November ,3rd, there being present W. C. Bass, "N.tlonil Blscult *mn5jjs|| Thus 1* changed on special ,,

chairman, and W. R. Lanier; also C. E. Yowell, ,County Superintendent 'of *utly wr own tuty occasions tjOld Time Sugar Oook-
"..Public Instruction, and John S. Cadel I UU4fortablr her. cam tee or Jg1JNewrona, and rarestoT
: pleasant-tasrlnt'( combi attorney for the Board. ou.
mild when we'had
y ; The minute of the last meeting were read and approved. as s in.,my pen a are and day NabiiKJO, and those ,

t of simple laxative; herbs with .1 .FINANCIAL 'TATEMRNT, FOR Tina MONTH E1IIDINf.i 'SKIT.,, 'so. lele'Balance and- cart blBetwcennh_ dark an were ream our party day f

,pepsin-that is known as Dr. Cald well's. Oenornt School: last report from .nooolpt warrants'FUND I..uo Mt of w
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"88t8S pause
fI, $. I'. No. 1 ,...... U.$9 4.11 "868.11 $302.50 t1.ti made n* sure they
waltlnas BmutleninfiMror
Syrup Pepsin, taken just before bedtime, III. t 8. H 1>. No. ._,-..,... Inn 420 1600 1711 li5J tSSO' seems ry dayforlhl "
'IS!. 8 I). No. 5- (IT.84 ,.._.. ______ 8J7.14I chlMrfiBf; PMRce they w nut feed '
1 = will afford grateful relief next '''morn- ,= a H. r>. No. 6.,---- 7T.15. u___-'OM ______ 17.1' r\ given that JM| "
; 8. a D. NO. 6-_____:_____ 11.17 ___n_ ______ 1.11 D.D First i na
ing without griping or other discomfort. I I Bill. were examined and .. Then when the wel- ouldl ;.
warrants H. S. D. Nay S ... always fresh-always etr
Issued .. follows1 8 H Fertlc, ..uppll i____ ___ 2,KD to toddle, I to '
| j tirmrrml .......1 F..., J y-RJI.r: Cooper, labor, etc-------- 7.SO me m my a come. An appetizer at the beginning o"rve
1 C E> Towftll. sal .upt _________(.50.00 & Carson, supplles8.20;; Ito one .
W C ue.. ., M B P 1__________? 4.00 [Phillips Hro.". supplies _______ 841 ('btldre of the meal, making the best y
Dr. Caldwell'sSyrup s W R Lanler, M B P I____?__ 6.40 Oscrola, Hdw Co. supplies_____ i 9.1 satis'i
: I. "J 8 Cadel. attorney __?_._..?__ 1880 Union 'Vth Fur Co. supplies._. 101198 soup better, and the final touch of
Presbyterian church rent ____ .J4 | Paid warrants of and
8 lOB ser report the
Hratton, 0..1..... rent ____ R no Stiitw Bank of Ktsslmmee, County faction when the cheese and coffee' are J
Miss Alblna Smith 0'0 agt.____ 6000 School Depository examined and tera '
? I' Pepsin i :ion ... served. can take the
F O B Woodall janitor sch 1-- 7R nO I lovnrelled In nnen ** as fnl1n* Nothing
''I Mrs Wm Johnson janl'r nch 16 4000 general "School Fund ________$670256 t
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. t I neo Chandler janitor sch 20__ H.on B. H I n No. I________________ 111.t'''l Wi place of Uneeda Biscuit dofh .J. jon
..fj' The Perfect Laxative = H N Hratton nt officer____.___ loo.onMinn 8. H I). No. 2--------------- 27)12) table. -::> ;
, e'we Rhea Ph.Tliro. office wkIS.no 1 I The board passed the following\ the family
A H Fillers' ,
sen
, principal 1.1150.00
; ( = N Miss Almenla I-eUnrr, sch 1____ 125.00 .I resolution : Resolved; That a quit so esst 1
Minn Nobli- 1If..1..ndon. sch 1____ imi.do claim deed be executed, conveying to i NATIONAL A I
, t = SOLI nV DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE rr Mlaa: Kuclle lieall sch li- loo 00 the Trustees of Special Tax School.District .I .BISCUIT
Ml .1te1Tr : r
Cooler sch
; = 50 cts. ( ?;uJi ) $1.00 O L, Hawford sih 1__=___ ____ __ 100,00 11SSS / No.3. Okeechobee county too r COMPANY
' ari Mrs V, C Br\'I I t Miss (,10'00014rldK". sch 1__ HI.00 Board of Public Instruction of Osce or1 8
" = Miss CMnude Harrison sch 1____ so.00Miss I ola >ad
Fla. in the in
County, school lot
Virginia Tlll. _____
" a i1 A trial battle can be obtained, free of charge, hy writing! to ... nillo H. Milling-r. sch sch 1 1____ ono o.ooMI. Section 27, Township 35 South, Range were. walflour. Use .-. was

,f tII a Dr. W. H. Caldwell Washington St., Mom.rello, Illinois = Miss Huth Peacock, sch 1______ soon 33: East. lnty, al'only '
Mr.. (' V rdwnrcls. sch L'______ H.OO' of the
Mrs JV Trnmmell sch L_____ sn.onMiKs trusteesof Went on, "aro much National
; ; fecella Overstropt ..ch 1__ '0 00( I the St. Cloud district the board i They are most le. ean be. During the r"
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sen.e..arserar..aleeaae.s.ee.ee.It.e.aa Mls" Louise Thomasnn.. .ch 1__ vo.on ,,decided to add a course iol domestic Imale.'most tractable after the y 1 babies were growing '
MIKS M <" llrvan .. .
sch L .11.00Miss
:: Lillian bnlo;, sch 1 :. :::. to:00 science to the St. Cloud school. Miss I something to eat National Bb 'never missed the Cbll- k,
I Ll Mian Mc:ciora HUKKP: !, ach! 1... sn onMlaa I I Mary_ J._ Prentls was appointed teacher rtalntle always begin oar CbhHour with IU tasty fMU
1.1 air. Ills a Srhuck. ach. 1------ 00.on. | of the department at $80.00 per
y,6111 A jt, .. Pli>n (lilt. ach 1. ____._ '('on month. .,
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Ml"a !<;dnn'I.'hw..lkRrl.' at. 'h 1___ so on I I Inn .. .
A communication received ..L..
:MfHii Pmnin Yowell, at'h 1.----- on > was
:Mlad Ion. Numb. ach. 1Mlxa __ __ Ill on. I from J. )K Bailey, stating that as the
I OIl! Cnniplx, sch. 3____ :500: number of pupils transported. by him
u Virginia Mi a Cnrll,' 1'ilila, ach. 5'S, fI" I
:\fia l.ottle Ilurr. ach 9_____ i I5: (onit ((I was one-third more than last year I
Mra Rhoda Uuftia. ach IIIu _.__ :..nnfun 'and the distance he had to travel was
A ,\ KnlKht: a<'h 13 _u __hh (III one-third furthen than last year, he )

N MIH" II A Itiilltnl A; Knlxht:: ach; 10 h13-----_.__ __---:00110_ : :0 on: |desired an increase of one-third; ad- .

IIII' 1'.n. urn I..',.. ach 1ftMlna "fi' 1111' ded to the amount the board had A
Lee : Hiitllc 11 tarn" Hell 1 nuu hMinn n 'In ill I I IMI [upreed to pay him. The board considered -
: Koa' McKi: nilca! .c'h( 1AMIKS ___ nit( f fMI
Mnrj: Kloienc.'. "<'h IB__. on I Ivn the amount more than they
:Mian Kntlt'Tlnc Sha : Pull: Cow tfer. ..('h 16______ MI' onvn 1 lairangements for the transportationof : : 1
A MiHB: Itnlli 1 111r.l .' h. ach 1AMtaPilnii _u on. the children.
Cigar 11 (loaa "c h HlSla; ) '11' nnvn I
I Mrs C \ Ilnll\.. ai..h 1Mlaa u _h on The chairman of the board and the
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,I".1a.r"wMl1Ilth.. ( ) H< h 16 lull (U) county superintendent were authorized
-s' .
r : the name implies "class, MHM| II I , tl1a \\lllhitim. Md li, 18. n i nit, to borrow from the 1
$0,000 Peoples
S P nielli \ ... .h 211 __ _ ..5 nn ..
"family "ancestors." 1'1 I J.lllanll. aeh 2>t___ _hhh_ ____ r.n. tutn Bank of St. Cloud for three months
.
j Mi UHSI.e Hub.i HIII. H<'h 2H <>_ __ Gus uq' A warrant for $121.20 was drawn in /,
illli. MriK. ...11 2HMilltn ( . .I( on(( favor .
of the bank
h to interest
The Virginia Lee cigar is in a "class" .I..hn", ark)i 2% h_ ,111111 land cover
f Allaa MatVillaon. rf-li 27 __ i 15: nnvn revenue stamps.
by itself. Family-originated in the Mri C i I': Muill MC.h 11 u nit I I W. I. Barber, county tax assessor!' 1
Ml"aM>\ HiirlH: mil 1rI - OG.on i ii t filed his with the board h/
;: : : : I I report as
1.1 liirdim HI h 41'Mra : So 110 /
>, aristocracy of the Vuelta Abajo district : Ii.lln HireFell 41 _ i;n nor' follows:
:MlH. Pntinli ,\clillaon.' a('h 41MIH u (in I I October (6, 1919. 1.
ia of; Cuba. Ancestors-the greatest : t t I'; II IoNN, ,ach) 1 1h. 2 dnya-| Soil I lion School Board of Osceola Coun- I
\1'olro A.' /Iron, HUpptllHlabor. 101 i -
r and best tobacco leaf the world pro- 4Mc"I\: \....Hi1\\ "" . pl"I n I ty: rS
> n' 'iiinrH, XPIIHH, ic- _ to tW > I hereby certify that the following '
Ivt : ; : _ _:=_== 1111111
d ces. 11 Hiinpfcr, nuppll 12 fillKlHH I figures are the true amounts assess- ,
Tel I ru( nfflci phon"-. '' ___ 1 I'mi' ed for each sub-scKool district for '
..1 M Cooper.' Inlioi. pit h 1------ It !111 Copyrighted 1111111 I
4 You'll like VIRGINIA LEE Cigars.All A HirculiiH :.Mf( Co Hllpplli 7611| the vear 1919: 1 1.
"o"c :Mfu In KUppll'H. __ h_ 112 !AD" No 1- __ _hUh_________, 042 USNo v.AMERICA
of the The Sillx I'll. pupir. m..h I L_h__ Hi NX1J 2 ____._.. --_ - 31(1.12 raise live 1111111 "
must
: : : more ,
\\ A Itow li'H e.. I* < ol"il hook No 8------------------------ 924.04
bet ter l CxtaaCa " I I and uiMm' h IS.onPctmul No.6. ___ __.____ 139 4SNo number of horses .;
re- ,
t71 Rt7rA7JMi41eY.7T' ( Sui i <'u., mayor( iiiiclu 1105Slate : IB.43

tailers sell v ( 11(1 Hair( Ilk., fr'l..ht riitalrH. &. ilmyaKf_ 15.70W 247JHIIICR I Gth day S----------------------of October, A. D. 1919. this cattle, sheep, and swine in the world

f 1V1 Co. IclH and clock rent 7.7T II has fallen so low that the greatest "
WM. I. BARBER
them.
Z Hubernon HllppllPM. 1.50 ,
FLORIDA \\' II :Maklnxnn re. HunplliH" n 2 nn I Asoetsor!' of Taxes, Osceola County, live stock shortage in history is upon -
(sty of Ht Cloud. wnl..rhn 16.47 Florida.
?f "\Venner-Sawyer. HUPI>UIH __ In.27 us. That's why our officials have
rt z-1 1.1 I'J l.upfer & Panther repairs. __. 24 flRKins The county judge filed his reportof
Wagon "Wks supplies____ 1.00 hunting licenses collected, showing decided to offer such generous prem.

-- -----=-- H C Hartley material & sup__ 1245 $3.75 turned into the general best farm stock
H H Hull, .trans' pupils' . 1300 shown. t
t ooooooooooooooo oooo ooo..oooooo.o..oooo ooooo H I) Story, 1 Irans pupils. _=_::_:: 67.7H school fund. tr
W H Arnold material, sch 1__ 6.48 Mrs Roll Overstreet was appointed I"FLORIDA
Lee McL/ean\ collector--------- 4290 teacher of the school.It .
Gill Thomas trans pupil.10.00 Campbell
H Tax Notice J F Daniels, bldtc. cupboard__ 10.00 appearing; that an error had STATE FAIR
J K Bailey, trans. pupils______ 108.87 been made in the salary of Mrs. Edna ,
4 J F Bailey, trans pupils, "Sept. (6 ASHouthland B GOBS, a warrant for $8 was ordered -
:
Qaraxe. trans pupils. 10000Peo : Jacksonville Fla. .
? I\:' Dank,' Ht Cloud lnt.. etc... 12120: drawn in her favor to "'i 'I :1V Thompson bal machine.. .16.00nbSraool error, t
M 4t , .. IMstrtrt. No.\ 1. There being no further business NOVEMBER 22.29,
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N L Kdwards drayage _______ 1.60 ;
", W B Maklnson Co. supplies.__ 7.60 the board adjourned until the next
NOTICE is hereby given that Miss Almeda. Arrowsmlth. sup.11.66."regular meeting on December 1st.


the tax books of Osceola. County I SONS OF REST NAME OFFICERS districts, of Osceola county. ? \

I The Sons of Rest an organizationmade This government service is esti- KIDNEYS WEAKENING :

will on November first up principally of winter residents mated to pay $5 ,per day and upwardfor
open
the average enumerator. Infor- i
in Kissimmee, has renewed its LOOK OUT !

t for the year 1919.', I am now sessions meetings in and the isV official-.jow holding rest room daily in from mation the about postmaster it may at be Kissimmee obtained Kidney. trenbtM donH" disappear 01Uo.1. The housewife of Holland would almost ;

4 the Fleming or St. Cloud or by writing at once to ..... They crow' slowly but 0a.on b* without food a* with ,
on Darlingtonavenue .
k furnish estimates.A building Jos. J. Emery Census Supervisor, ts4llr. ttadsnnlatns; health with eat k.. "..*! Dutch Drops" a* ab. .
ready to tax which is provided by the city. deadly certainty, until yon taU a vta- J,
council. Federal Building\ Jacksonville. Fla. tim to Inourafcls dl.-. qualatlrall. GOLD MEDAL Raarl.q.}'
I The order has Those \y.m'uat do so now Mop your trouble while there la time. Oil Capsules. Thy rector eLrenfta
t' discount of 2 per cent will be a constitution and as the list of enumerator must be i Don't wait until little palna become blsraebea. and are responsible la a rreat measure
by-laws in harmony with its name Don't lrlDe with disease. To for the sturdy, robust health .( tk*.h '
and which makes it a misdemeanor, forwarded to Washington at once. avoid future suffering ....10 treatment Hollanders. ::f', ?f:
*f allowed on all taxes paid 'during with fine Get the blank from the postmaster, with ,GOLD MEDAL Htaxlem Oil Csosules l '' };j
for
punishable a any mem- and forward your application Imme- now. Take three or four everydajr Do not d.lay. Go to roar dr.r.1st and 1.1r
ber to work. There is a provision, until you are ,entirety free fronfpain. Insist on Ms supplying you with GOLD
t, the month November. In however that over rules this in event diately. / MEDAL: Htarlem CHI Capaulea, Tsk .fI!
"** of. such member written I This well-known preparation has been them as directed" ,' and If you are not .3j
secures a
per- I NEW BULLETIN ON POOL- one of the national remedies of Hol. satisfied with results your druf.tst will
mit from the chief. This famous ar- land for centurls* In 1136 the *overnmeat gladly r.tund y Our money. Look for 'f"'J
writing this' office always' give ticle "23" further states that the TRY AND PASTURE SEEDS of the Netherlands cranteiT-. the Dam. OOU MEDAL, on the boa
members don't : I peels 1 charter autnorlslns Its preparation and accept BO other. la sealed. boxes, .
what the .
care a-' .
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and 1. three .
IWvjv.. -. : description of your property !'chief,neither says read and nor declares write. that This he gives can The of Extension:Agriculture Division'' has of just the l issued College &............ ........ -"..:'I'o.o.... :" ... ..-." ,.... 11

the public the idea that it is all a Bulletin No. 21. entitled "Florida mOOOOOO.oooO
..k and en'closep s ge. I joke, that hilarity is the rule with Pasture and Seed for 100 Hens," by .
this organization, and that the object Pro N. W. Sanburn, extension poul- .O.O O ..... .. .O.'..... t..OtOO.t..ooo.'

C. L. BANDY ,of existance is to while away tho try husbandman. I '

'pleasantits afternoons and evenings 'This bulletin contains a number of , ...
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Tax Collector. while Its members are visitors to the suggested pasture crops and feeds
\South. for poultry, and shows the acreage \' I

The election of officers was reported that should be planted to care for 100 \
as follows: hen. It also gives the time to plant '\R.

\. Chief "General" Eby. these crop, and the date each will S. FLOYD
First Assistant "Honorable' Joe be ready,for or pasturing. : *
*
K 'Nimits.I I II |I 'A copy of,, the bulletin will be .sent .

Second. Assistant, "Col." Derby- free upon request. I
I shire. -/ '

I Membership in the order of 4 the ,
.
BENEDICT-POLLAK & CO. Sons of Rest constitute a fee of fifty You Do Mon Work "', I "
N cents season and the \) ,
per ,, contributing :
I members who have signed up You are more ambitious and you get more :. -- , Groceries and .a. .
enjoyment of
out l
everything when ,
thus tar, are: your \ .
I IM.. blood 1* in good& condition. Impurities In I ) eo: '
Scatslein
Kissimmee .
; P. S. .
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Wholesale Dry Goods, Notions Jacob Weckler, Michigan; L. M. "\VII.A. the the> blood have very depressing| effect on I r
) system causing' weakness i lazlnesC :
. .. Flathers Orange Center; J. H. nervousness and sickness. -

and Goods Eby, Kissimmee; Joe Nimitr, Kitaimmee GROVE'S TASTELESS Chili TONIC .FT: s'hMe

1 r. Furnishing Silas Latta; A., R.Kissinonee Welsh, Pennsylvania Lee F'racer; restore Energy. and Vitality by. Purifying tr;[ ) rIi.': ,
; < ,
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0 and Enriching the flood.; When you feel .
Iowa
Jacob; Wickler Oscar Derbyshire, Kissimmee; Its strengthening. Invigorating effect, see \ ") I :l( r' (
OF JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Michigan; L. M. Williams how It brings color to the cheek and howIt
.
Kissimmee.I .
Improve the appetite you will then

rl appreciate true tonic value. ,. .
i r
t extends. cordial inyitation to all mer I This-Means You. DROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC i Phone 176 302

When you*-
"chants handling our line to call at their In your mouth, a dull tired feeling, IRON and QUININE suspended Syrup.
no relish for food and are constipated So pleasant;even 'children like It. The

'' you. may know that you need a blood need Quinine to Purify and IRONto '
'h office 27 to 41 Sputh; Hogan; St.'and receive dose of"Chamberlain's Tablets. They Enrich: It. These reliable tonic prop ,

t a: 'complimentary ticket tot the not ment. only of the cause bowels an but agreeable cleanses move'and I thee blood never, fail to drive oat bnparluM. inTb.Strengtbks.UngPories ... ..."..' -.... .. .. .'..-.... ..... ............ ..-........'.0. .. .-.. ..'.'.,

& invigorate the .stomach and improve I. of GROVE'S -l ; I
_
the digestion. TASTELESS: Chill TONIC has made It
if J the; favorite tonic In thousands of home 18fl0.STILL
> DOING
BUSINESS
fcv 'u STATE h f AIR.icbe CENSUS TAKERS WANTED: More woukfrrida than a long thirty-five distance,year. to get ago GROVE'S/ folk t R t>sal.......... and .ii 5sif___.who MY.-d our fer110aee 10,19'J. J

1 v. >" rare who lw'yt nay
Census, takers are wanted for ?iftr rsco.wn.fxl ol4' foods k> Ssfav
employment TASTELESS Chin TONIC whan a '
fc .
the ; fMighbor u. eur bs.i advsnisin Our prices\ 0 r
not sir
; t during month January aKvavs
of member rt.isri'sir
family "
I' of their had :
for the 1Iows* .by. wt-n""- QUALItY II_.....d away too Wli- .
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held iShirigl : o"
Jacksonville fe Novl needed body-building v.
in
22-29 Creek-Campbell's *trength-tlvin4
;:. ", A fat '... .. '
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,i ; ; Statlon-Lo gbriian the' > wSU"1" ,5 I
h > : .fit. ;. Cloud tonic.r The formula I* Just taeram* to 3 INUC11C1DuURAr :
: jtf "'Jtex*" (!;"a* J 1' fV (outside .Of-St.). Cloud ,City .and the day. and ion cad get: It 'from any drag ETO._ ...PATl/w: gg.s.I'Ocn.r.r.a-.. ( '. . n
k
.Deer Park-Kenansrllle.. and LokoMe .....' Mo per bottle.' .... ,, FMstTmZBB l co. J.e1k.e..m., Pi...... "i.; ,
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F THE',[ SSBOlU.,VAL TCAETI'E'FRIDAY: : NOVEMBER:21, 1919 .... - ,,r rF w'r'

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F 'J.R' GILBERT .5.'a- ...

COULD TALK' FORABOUT ; : DEFENDSCOUNCIL 'ci-, . : ,_ I '
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I .SS. ;r : 1 Match Your 'Faith Witht. ,' A

I .. .
HOURS IT Editor Valley Gaiettet .. ,
-.. l I' -4X*,
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: I noticed in e *ue > '
yo
BEGINNING.OF '

.. 1'1 an noughtwriiMui article entitled. ..t..j"Food; ...' v HOME ECONOMIC DEPT 'Your '
i uf >
Money I
'I ,
'which needs further. I' : :
.
economics ..department of
"More Experience.! I
'Declares is Marvelous '
Change County High School and .
{I let The shortage of "
Since Taking Drecp, the rent. As a property owner :' schools .for: the scope of ,
..Great Root and Herb Rem-' three small; ,cottages for /includes the eighth grade,

edy. Relieved Stomach and say that for the past three the year's activities un t If religion vital matter'why'
Liver, Troubles. Also'' Con-'' yean been very1' conditions and those,,.! YO1'regard your- ,as, a : not
mand forrrental*property, in toilch with the situation
,
stipation. ing empty, houses all over Kissimmee.looking forward qualify to the i share' the 'blessings which :it confers with others?' *Thp',
two-thirds of the may
Mn, C. B. IMalock. 70* Cbarlei. *street practically ,,
., Jacksonville, FU."It .- (No fAult of the city council aid in supporting this I
seemed Ilk* thereewu a bigInmn In ever) Which 'is not very under the Smith-Hughes \
mj throat; my bowel wore conitlpatvd.so .
i,' I bad to take aonutthlog vVerr to the man who has money I
I ofcn.b. I hMdacbe and my liverwe. at a loss to' build more., ,"| provides for financial aup-
i U.y. Rtt1rine In tb* email of my back the government to this de. Million
: Not only in this city has 75
and to tny lirnbi Cauaed me much utter Baptist Campaign t
f ing; end It _mild I could not ..Ieep.I ditions prevailed, but when certain qualifications
leave been taking Oreco now for entire :Southespecially: in There are. now some dvd v
: aome time, and It sun bai brought achange the schools receiving this aid and
towns, since war
In my condition. My food digest.
r. a. well .. It rerdld In my life without 2nd. "The unfriendly more qualifying as rapidly i ,' *
any gas at all. I never hare a neadacbanor the city council toward real .
,i'ti pain and In so nf right bark, off and Into I Ue a down restful atnggbt investments" viz: in .regard to I Iona Hough is in charge of Is planned to; carry during the next five years the gospef
alwp. Drera.baa done me a lot of rood, and light deposits. economics department here :
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.: and good I It could did me.talk and for then houra not tell about.tithe the The city council has at. [ and reigns.supreme school.at; the i and such beneficent; institutions as Christian colleges,! '
shown an unfriendly attitude across the cam
...:Jtal of people Unto are In dally caeca"at.rr'i: Itl"rtn.':: ..., any investment which is, or '' her coterie-of more than i seminaries 'hospitals and orphanages to. 'all the needy
anil Hmba. and ,
acbes. rheback .... constipation to the best interest of. the
eral 4eblllt,. It lnera..*. the. appetite s0--, public generally.The l i| unit toward graduation is of* i places of the homeland and to the ends of the world. ,.
.....tb.. tired nerrea, .ron... .lurKleh electric light meters passing averages in this de
, liver and kidney.. and drlree the Impurlt1t merly purchased by the this year, girls from all '
the blood. Being made of
rom
( juice* of root*, b.rba bark and berrlee, ners and paid for, who had in the high school are taking
it doe not contain any mercury, potju 1, tection against the loss of of the course, and Miss This is a fundamental and monumental task in Which 11I
or other harmful mineral is planning her campaign >
of unavoidable
raoomm Dr.ooie.oldbv.edrngpkts-aded! ID dale tatty bY! and Is UaUr by case being burned out accident by this In mind at the same I every live, loyal Baptist will want'a worthy.part.
otherwise, which would have ,[ the work with a view :
CENTRAL DRUG STORE ,' the requirement' of the
tated a further:; expenditure

new property meter.oWner Under of ten the dollars I| year.aid bill.this work is compulsory . You may not; be' able tp go as God's, messenger to others a

:'-. As1You} Dealer II nance merly purchased thw city owns by the the I[ eighth for the grade high school only was as the ar but you can be represented in this work by 'your-' ,

ners, the meter standing for and the girls were all taking ,
nulitto4 a dollar deposit no further I!, before Miss Hough was gifts to this campaign.;
\ In, required than the first i and the students are adding
II price. Should patron desire! I.I when .they enroll in this \
, Grand Prized continue the use of water and 1 V
do the noble in
Firearms Ammunition through the sale of property ,I this year it will likely .be de- Prepare now to thing God's name.

erwise he can notify the for the .eighth grade and the
W11te for CatA10&u light collector and his deposit second year in high school. '

vt+.a..avo.aamuMC O5 turned, less amount due t Get in touch with the Baptist church of y "commun
which makes the depositor is arranged for daily
any case. Is the city council of varying length depending ity before
, ing any unfriendly attitude subject taken up as double r
'" ing this protection! __ are required for the cooking 1.

..' some 3rd.people"Because have of not illegal paid ,IrIs of the eighth grade are

O. F. KRIBBS A. AKERMANW. es for years." This iQto two sections, each group Week Nov. '
J. STEED quite misleading, as the city alternate days. They study Victory 30-DecJ
are collected under the of cookery and practi ,
KRIBBS. AKERMAN AND STEED governing the collection of doing the simpler work. .
Attaravr: aaal Co..alor. at Law.Kl . county taxes there is no are given in this grade but y
..laaarc, Flartaa. any property owner to kick is aroused and the way pave "
Grmrrml practice la all Slat mm* Ualteal his assessment when he fails real study that is to come.
Stat. Caarta. complaint at the proper time ninth grade an hour each 9's
when the council meets as an given to the study. The girls
W. B. CRAWFORD izing Board. I do not principles, their composi-

; e ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ly the treated city council any taxpayer has ever they cookery cut, and and sew In the garments sewing M "Millions For the Master" x 114", "

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Offices: 3, 4, 5, 6, and,7 Citizens as the responsibility falls upon make a gingham dress be '
having been elected as a year is completed. MT1
/ ... Bank Building. board by the good people of I I I tenth grade the mtal is ,1'

Kissimmee, : t : : Florida. I do not think it a great of study and the girls plan -
for the people who fail .to the family; for formal or '
occasions, with or without .1- .
their own interest at the .
r DR. R. DENNING to criticise and invite people of a maid. They study ." .
1 1i DENTIST. not familiar with facts and for invalids, and school lunch
.: Successor' to Dr. W. W. Carson.r" been able to inform of the most important fea <
Over the Poitoffioe. through the proper source their course in child nourish I
... our city by rather than itop. taking the ages from infancy
I OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 12:80.: 1.-10 to 5. Any business man years, then four to seven and I .

Office Phone 158. there can be Incentive, or I twelve. The adolesenct age in these plans and '\Twill likely plan Everybody Who Is Anybody Advertises,Tear "Wasb" ia'iI.'V.ty.! G z.ttej
age to the city council r'I I family groups are giv some activity to meet a, part of the >, l
as a whole to be "grasping" I I notice and foods for per. cost of furnishing the table which ., , 'I
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW the city's budget' fixed Ft fifty, and all sorts of spe, will include linens, china and silver. : 1" '\ qr fll 5r- 1'"S

actly what funds are needed I -
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I study 5- r ,
ensuing year'' and the same house?urnishing, sani, WATERWAYS CONVENTION ;../
heating and and in
lighting
be provided through high
'.* Waring Building. and low millage or vice versa, I I, FAVORS SOUTH FLA CANAL W"t
suIt being' the same in I I Hough 'is planning some very
,. j> There has always been work for the' girls in her Charleston Nov .14:-Delegates to
"i J w"Pat -Johnston '0. p. OerrM taxes, but not because which, if they are carried out, the Atlantic Deeper.Waterways! con 'IGL' a
to get their propertv in a them practical experience: vention which met*here Monday and ro'- .er
JOHNSTON'&GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW circumstances prevent; the the same time add greatly concluded business sessions yesterday '
at the proper time, but the of their cottage. enjoyed a harbor trip on two dl
f. , : .: Building issued against the property the decoration of the unique reception at the port terminals > '. i5c
K1..lmra.. Fla. party who is unfortunate These are now somewhat out where this spring' 21 transports
lev- his property advertise, and the work done.by the debarked 40,000. doughboys from ov .
will'! greatly lessen the cost Members of the Red Cross .T
penalty in the end, as shown erseas. a packaSef! :. .
records. in the city clerk's the same time give the girls canteen service and motor corps in !
well as county. I hope that The plan la to tint ,the uniform, met the waterways delegates ?
payer wllKgtt! in his mind repaint the. wood work and as they landed from the destroyers ; ,: before the war 1.
and served them refresh ] "
( ; can avoid' paying hil'taxes,
CMH 1 FifllER S you make 'a grave mistake, a dining room will be ments as the soldiers were served.
\ ,/wake up later to find that '.) and' the girls will err1p id- Most of the visitors leave for their ,
,, placed yourself in a position'., I I. set to use when sin plo' homes this afternoon. {
, '. one to acquire your home or' served th re,I I I The association yesterday endorsed l
IF!; ,SELLS ty at a nominal sum an< Important' part 'of' the the project of the South. Florida a package: j F ,' "
Canal association for. ship canal
are not In 'position to 'I S-c
\ that are greatly interested across the louth.em'ellinaular ''of : :
have
amount
,. !,,Fire, Life, Accident. and let 'accumulate you against it. I Florida from some point on the east during! the ; war ::

coast, probably the St. Lucie Inlet. ... .. "r t
:! I don't know 'who > "t>t J'
\ ,l ,.:Health, Plate Glass,, Lia- in.all probability one of ,"' v l cer! to the Gulf by way of Lake Okeecho-, ," (,.,',.,, .t>',., '
i bee and the C.lool.h.tchee"riverto I
friends, and I mean no offense '
'' ibility and Boiler Insurance. one personally,' but think Buildup: ,On : Fort Myers. The' request for-;endorsement I ": .
i be one of three things : was m.d..by a delegationof 'i t': '
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Bonds ExecutedSame He either has some personal Pepto-Mangan: Floridians who were delegated by : pack a tte ,, :
Legal ;:
'ence with a member'of tile ,,the Florida organisation' 5ca r \ , i ; Needed. 'or has so far failed to pay his '--' 'I I .., "S" ,... ,' .
Day ,
fi fiI'i' .. br has an acute attack of the Supply of Rich Red ANNULAR, ECLIPSE OF THE NOW" P.''ri!'" .I',
' and I would suggest in- -,. .* Strength. SUN 'WILL"OCCUR. NOV. 22 ;eec: '. .. t ", t
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,i the following. antidote: and Vigor, 'i' ,!, q
' OFFICE:: State Back Bulldlsg I If the first named, go to the -, Early riser tomorrow morning, e s ; ' ,eTHE
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I ,.. .personally and ,talk to him I -l.. .,.'Recommend- It: Saturday, Nov. 22nd, will have the
son and no ;doubt an' rare opportunity of witnessing an : x"::' \ 1\ 4
tlement can be agreed upon. Liquid and. Tablet Form-(annular eclipse of the sun.: I : FLAVOR LASTS:( : ,"
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'ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.' the second,, pay yours' Namv"GudeV> the Guide The eclipse will be'partial and will .... , "
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and prove to yourself : Genuine Pepto-Mangan. [be visible in the United States, Mexico "' ;
,are a loyal citizen and- willing '- Central America the northern SO: DOES'', THE.'PRCEI' [ !
'I Kisslramee Chapter No. 62. lieu I 1 ? part toward defraying illness such as Influenza .two-thirds of South: America, 'in ,. .
'j' 'Meets Snd and 4th Thursdays 1:10: p. m.FraUrnltr I Ipense of the city government, infectious' 'disease always northwestern I{ Africa' in Great Brit- ;.. "
' have a soothing''effect., the body with low vitality, lack ain -Franc and Spain .
BroMwar.'Miss .
Halt If the third, should you ,-.and impoverished blood. The at / <:
1 I annular phase, begins sunrise '
Marion 'WK. J
Br-.nt other attack is likely, make .Pepto-Mangan aida conval 'l" ;1(.
Miss Elisabeth .Donesran.Funtisaed .,cT, I in'weatem Texas,passe through i- ,11I"/-.
tall timbers where you can & to'* qulcldrecover., for if,that state 'and across the southwestern jjRR:. :
11 IA to'your-sQonyand; groaning .a generous supply of rich, corner of Louisana, thence across ., i
disturbance or injury to-,your *and*restores the body to the Gulf of Mexico including the island < I: "
al interests or the ; healthy condition. of Cuba thence through the '
FOR SktEti ''whieh.you live '))-, why: physicians recommend .Carribbean sea and by''a wide curve 4:1 41ii
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; '. 'There 'never was a period for they know that it'sweeps over the Atlantic, ocean and r q, ,
history 'of our city, when,, 'to the 'blood the material so ends in the French Soudan near Tim- t
I council needed the full e needed .by weak, run-down'.buctoo.
-' of.the citizens, as at present .- I I This will be the first eclipseof
': ..r Unfurnished.One ,not have any obstacles in the sallow, thin, easily-exhausted the sun visible in the United
improvements that has been. women find that Pepto- States sine 190$. and the last, until
of the most substantially ''but all have one aim, and that builds them up wonderfully. 1930. The path of ,the eclipse will
.;, built bungalows in Florida. Solid' progress._J.' R.. supply of rich, red blood Is have the unusual width of 230 miles, t ti
cement foundation, asbestos '.Id. I'- which in turn imparts' the and the deration o9 eight to twelve I
' and roofing. Finished)' in 'Only a Cold. health to the cheeks, Increase minutes, is -the greatest possible for rw'
S lag Are you HI? is often '. appetite, the eyes sparkle, the an annular eclipse. e
paneled'natlvp pine,two fir places :- ,"Oh, .it s" only a cold/ si if takes new. lease on r
,_large ,.porches and manv French I was 'a' matter.of;littWVl -_* .W"' is be'au'Uful'JeC, whU.It" e ,t r,
windows, hot ,and <'cold;," water.' but 'people are be na'...to. -Mangan U obtainable in li Is Liberty a pup.:but a it, is a dangerous thing t1d ,
that a'common'cord tablet form, whichever
large, bath room inlaid mirrors, [ proves to have around the house 'when it ,
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to'be with and that lei
t | trifled Both forms posses- eontrL.D.Land'0asetteNewar :vJ' > .q e It
etc. ( i the most serious diseases medicinal qualities. grows'up -gets-.beyond ? ? rl d }

[a cold. As soon ..i the first. ,'is but onegenuine Pepto- _, ,_ # J v, j'.. 1- 1 i 4, .
H. EDMUND twAIY, _?,1',1'of' jtioA x>f..,a\cold appears,. take" 'and that lls.: ude'.." Ask I > iJ,l -' ::i. ',
'tain'J Cough*: Remedy. for .GueI.'." and-look CoUacJm.mB1'; t .
_Noyl,Orts.[ Annsa- that the. sjooner yon'get rid -name :" ade''" on:the 4tdt. l' -- ,.... ,.
'r ,k ',46-tt-pd.. cold the less-danger and this it is, not there it .U. not Pep* ..., ,.::: U It" ."I ...'. 4 sw'S. ..

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housebrRutlful shade trees.. boay I ', answers to I' and Stockman published, at Jack room house and kitchen. Also '
and Mrs. H. N. Bratton, celebratingher barn room for three Wears collar with sonville. Tells about livestock raln- head of cattle and a moot buncb '
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE birthday anniversary.Mrs. nice place for chickens, hoKS. Roger Cafe. InK, dairying, poultry citrus. fruit range hogs loose on the ran.
Overstreet designed to aur- and dandy nice home. Come let and trucking, weekly at 00 peryearthree Farming tools and Implements. III'1' 4
REAL;; bargain. belt wltb black years for ft.it, Only cared near Kenansvllle. Price .
_...n..... EveryL FrI.a yy price Miss Cecelia, and to arrange a can show deal.you with a owner direct. to Valley Uasvtte livestock. ;; and general farming paper half cash balance terms to suit.
.r Ktosls sM VKlMlss. ., Bratton home but the weather man house, land all fenced, half In

L 4 W. H. Harris, ......1.... vetoed the bill by sending a continued vatlon.121011. Easy all good terms.land Come close sea American home ,In finan or FOR large SALE grounds-Seven, with roomed trees bungalow andshrubs. WANTED-To 35 or 40, with correspond view of marrlatre.with lady Am 1..III.a .
K. tt.mmrn. Apew. sec etmr7 downfall of rain. The young ladies 45/ ACRES close In, owned by a monthly rental Apply .01 Mabbett St., orBrlKg. widower 49 years old. C. C. Btrick-: ,..
....1...... _ .. II arranging the fun would not York widow; food porperty. .... with complete .' Photo Studio. ler Lock Uox 666 Waycrons, Oa.
give up but banked potted plant located and Rood soil- Sf>( per N..aJ.. Palatka. Fla48Hpd. 4&41P&FOR ; :
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8.p"Year__Ratesi___________12..0f 'about the dining room and spread Moot any favorable terms. ... FOR BALE-Eighty: acresr II acre.cl.ar.d '
One Copy One 40 ACRE farm 8 miles from and under fence: t acre. In SALB-Second-hand Ford car 1'
,I f, One Copy. Six Months-__________ )-OJ( their picinc i nthis improvised lawn. mee half In cultivation, all ffc" I crib for small bearing 41,000 worthof at attractive price Osceola Motor ;
1 "'i' One Copy.Three Months, --------- -60 The menu included weenies, potato.. small house, rood barn, nice .:: : Oasette. 492t. cypress antf'bO.O.J tract: four- Co., tOT Broadway
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,salad salmon salad, baked beans, en arrangement; 3 acres ,
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kr<)ve7 12500 on most HOMES, -- - ----
correspondents must bIt rolls, cake and coffee. terms. Owner ...Id..rlyman, OR ROOMS. SEE JtI.
Isrned by the writer. When everything was in readiness look after It. ,
I 3' matter. will not be returnedunte.e & CO. REAL --t -- -J-s v I II
Rejected invitedto 18 1-2 ACRES 3 miles from Ry.
who had been
Miss Cecelia .
called for. good bearing grove of about 2 RENTALS, 3
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\ be Miss Nina's guest at supper,
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J I res trees loaded with fruit: NKIMG
(Ent.rfd In thtPoetofficeaKleslma was sent for. acre of peppers bearing last Saturday ;j
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. Florle!.. a., scold-c lave m tt er.)
; > < After the bountiful' lunch, the par- and celery H acres rich muck leather suit cane I a1v
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6 room house. All fruit, half ,' and children's 1
1 NOVEMBER ZI 1919'Next ty enjoyed an informal musical program 40 hens, V all 1 1
FRIDAY; crop laying hours reward If r.-
and general conversation. 12500. Rider, 1'. O. Box &AVf l
l . Thursday Nov. 26th is Enjoying this novel picnic were: 20 ACllES In Plnedale close. to Kla. 49-H-pd. 't4
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'; Thanksgiving Day. I and Mrs. H. N. Bratton Misses Belie timber rich land extra part good In cultivation land, cheap ", two cows, one ';
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Overstreet, Mr. floo J per acre; fine place for ..UbUall .., Rr F. D. No. 1. .
' "legal holiday"' by ,Cooper Nobie McLendon Lucile ban home; favorable terms. 49 f ,
Thurjday wasa '
> ACRES fine pasture on hard 1
I common consent, for the male popu- Beale, Cleo Wooldridge Louise and close to town cheap and good and bath fur- I t
E Intifln left for the wood to celebrate; Maude Thomason, Mona Huffman, erty. We want to show this 5 room flats not
b the first day of the open hunting Alberta Hopson Elk>n GuJce, Ella to prospective customer. Cheap Wlllson. 47-2t. .I ,
Helen 10O ACRE rich
Mae Gilbert Bass Ellie Hugh bottom prairie
season. adjoining lake, I -i
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Elsie Norton Cecelia Over-
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Milling, 140 ACRES Improved, 200 yards each. Rent wwsL.
And now conies a man who. claims street and Nina Bratton. I Ry. station, fronting .. month. J. M. Will- N ;
large lake, beautiful home site, J-Zt:
be caught; two fine trout with one Kood land; special bargain. "
;+ i cast of a bait whieh, by the way, wasa Classified particulars. to Interested parties. YOU ANY
AdvertisementsSUBURBAN
; a white bacon rind, and he establishes ALl.and KINDS of Winter Homes, LIST WITH I//TI/ 1Vfr I ,-,
truck
farms. '
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PROPERTY-Jlint out- AND RENTALS.
4r r .;The genial sunshine in the day sld> city limits, low taxes, big flno 1.olT-Polnt..r. dog, black head .... ,
time and a few lightered knots" In - '- -- --- : old beads. Reward SAM'S MAILS are safe and sure, and our splendid I' r
the flrf place' In the evening m.keFlorida. .OOoOoOOoOoOO..Oo.OOOOOo.OooeOoOoOOOo..OOO OOOOo. ., E. L. Lesley 47tf UNCLE

t,? ft mighty pleasant place to plats ".60 per e. for giving prompt attention to mailed deposits: are

pass;the wit_,- I IW.l>\' We Are Agents For King, Klsslmmar, 4tf., the result of a careful studied effort to satisfactorily serve! a large ,.

4 w r 1-hi'lib't' bln in the world for general house
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'r, !M that;\wffl'establish beyond the, shadowof 6 _p. .m. Wages '6 and constantly growing lilt of out-of-town depositors. .
Milton Pled-
a doubt whether aan is a manor Lakeland 44tf '
j: a -hop any better' than to watch tSt eam. Laundry; ,.t tLeaveApackagee C'AN'T "
hin ,celebrate,the open bunting sea __ rent." Apply; to. .M, .WHEN YOU COME TO TOWN ,

'4,to.,. -t .JtIff:!j' ,.,' '", ,J.' "r,.',..,'\1. ./I ;P"t'f'' ,. ' 'I '.. '_ '., single harness ::.: :;. ,"' USE THE MAILS .' ".>"-: M--,

Haveyou noticed the absence o( ; at Kissiminee Dry Cleaniac WorksSbipmemt Will, sell or + J
s.1 advice to the public to do its Christmas r 45-tf. .
r shopping early If present pri for a free U yon will drop M a line we will fiadly. fell you i
t'es'prevail there will be little left in every WedneiJay and return ; the Florida Farmer

the purse<'of "The Great AmericanHome" about it and incidentally few
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to shop with. ? Jt
: Friday. Laundry will not be called
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1" The last few cool days should re- for delivered. favorit way j
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$ mind you to be thankful that you are .
', living in Dixie land, and not dependent ,. l

1s. .,\, condition on 'tho of present.the coal.very situation, unsettled for /?; A. 0'I L n'r

your.- warmth'during the approaching. STATE BANK OF '

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What's the matter with' the boardof ICs .
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trade or soma. individual offering.a _
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gestfish''or the most fish caught In . KISSIMMEE 1
the waters v, near Kissimmee. This Lassen's Oa_ twM""
f section baa lorTg been known as" head PERFECTION Flour ,L, ..,

quarters for fine fishinggrounds, and
RESOURCES $750,000,00 Capital 100000.00 ;ill' '
it would be 'Int' +r..lnJr'to. make. ''a We. will place Laisea's Perfection on tale. Saturday at $1.80 per 'sack .
of results fishing '
the of
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/record par. ,
f- ties. .Other counties are offering for introduction. If 'you try it yon will never,'n'e aBvtkiacele./; ,' $at. .. 1 I 4

; ,such' cups, 'why hot Osceola t .'kticdom,' r money' ,back. Officers aid Directors h
t 1 '' ,, C. A. CARSON, President M, KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, V.P. I i1
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n When'it like a lot of ua aregoinsr ' It>
to have to.go out of; business These Prices Are For Cash StrictlyMary and Always . J. D. JEFFORDS' Cashier' '1.!

l because of ,the.scarcity V of;paper it Ate '. N.' n..CAISON, M. KATZ, '!..-' ;
makes us sick to look at our wastebasket
..' There la an arm load of mail C. A. CARSON H. FLEMING '
Gold Oleo better than I 6 bars __.____ .
: thatcomes in every day and we Octagon Soap .50 : N. C. BRYAN E. L. LESLEY. t
know, it goes to every other newspaper butter, try it ....__.;.____ .42 6 bars P. & G: Soap_____._ .50 Grocery . .
office. In, the.land,' that, is never Paris 3,Baking ,powder __.__ .20 6' bars Naptha Soap__....... >.50, J. WADE. TUCKER: ; ,Diretora.". . . ,! r

{ and read.t printers A big,,are force busy of typists filing- this writers'pa' ..Peaches;'_heavy;'syrupNo.; 1 .29 11 bars Export Soap._-__._ .50' ,. J '

Peaches, heavy No. 2 .39 11 pkgs. Grandma ..Wash
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.,, lug Powder .._____._._._ .50''' ., ,
mails--over .h.lf'of' It n goes through Apricota,; _'._.__ .24 '
t9> the Avails free only'to be tossed,into Irish Potatoes, 15 :lb.--_-,-_ .65 11 pkgs. Light House .....v...50. 0 ....... 0 ooi. .

l 4I$ as many waste. baskets- as there-arenewspapers. Alliance Coffee, Ib can.... ..35Armours Honey Boy S., Rising,24-fibs 1.80 .
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*?-, paper IIIn,. a good., deal the runs same a .. Coffee, Ib can...!..' .40> Lady Clair, S.- Rising,. 24-ibs'1.70
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category:as you would be, it you White,House Coffee, Ib can. .54 Snap Shot, Self:Rising_____ 1.70 : '

I were 'worried to death for 'fear )'ou'' I'Senate Coffee Ib can..__.. .54 Oats, 100. Ibs ?.._.,.--.,___ 3.30 MONEY
i, d couldn't get ,enough food to. keep' Hudnuts Meal, 6 lbs.------- .25 Shorts, 100, lbs ....__.... 8.80 : SAVED
yourself alive, while sat and
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''a bUr hotel.employ a great force of, Grits.5ry\ .25 DRUGS. :, ', ,' .
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people to cook .and prepare greats 2 cans fork, & loads, of 7, food that were taken straight 2. cans 'French Mu.tarcL.-- "" . yj
Turpentine, bottle ____. .10 . 44
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,fomthl'kitchen I to the dump: .Bal1owv;. econL 'h : ::8 cans No.,2Strlnlr', :u: Beans..25 Camphor, per' bottle ._____. .25 ,. .
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NOTED; ':>SPEAKER. HERE, NEXT ,11\ Cowpeaa\.._..___ ',10vfKerpsene Sulphur per pkg, ____,___... .05 IS .- .

.. '" \WEEKjt':; -v, Oil, 1 gallon ._.._;=;;- JJO Epsom Salts,, per .Pkc-----())5t,

,, I.'". 1.' .. rOa Oat Meal, pkg. 13, "2 2 for__. .25 Vaseline, per bottle ........ .05 .
next Tue8dayt! eveajnjr, 'covenf' Macaroni,,,8.packages" _:.: .... .25 '
her'25th, at '7:30'oclock Mrs f ? :k Machine Oil, per bottle_____ .30 ,- e
t 4'\ Lee :Bose'of Louisville,,\, Ky.A.V Janio"will '..Bpaghettl, \3 packages" / ..... .25 Sweet Oil, per Bottle__..__'. .14. MONEY MADE '; i ..
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a v speak at the(t.Firat.'Bapt\st' church 1 Lard: ,Per pound r-' _..__, J80. Carbolic Acid,- per bottle____ .14 ,' : 4.. .f\ ;:
-* 'In the Interest of-.the:l5.million eamJ :;;""*'.,Bacon,-lest; per; Ib... .80 Sweet Spirits Niter, bottle. .14 ,. . ,
>atge.1i) ...Bose.b.on.: ,. fth..mo.t / 7i'io".r . :-{ " ..
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Colgate large size ,Tooth P *te.._,.__. ,..23 Large size blue 'border Huck: Towel. .25 each ___ ,L._______i_M _____$ .75 '
Blue Wtfrk Shirt v
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f Colgate Face Powder each ___.__,_, .10 '" .
Blankets blue and ...__ 1.25 Union Suits, extra good quailty.
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Board of trade meeting tonight. Navy Blue' Flaked Rit, at Central

Se Mary Pickford-_in. "The Hood- .Drug Store. Phone 41. *
[ ITEMS OF A WEEK I lum" at the Casino next Friday.Do I It's open ooason now and birds are :

not fail to hear Dot Makinson plentiful, but don't o-r"r do the thing. tat
S' sing "The Hoodlum" long, and see P. J. Meyer of Kissimmee Park, is
'Leave* your Laundry at the Kis her Mary. Pick/ard make up, next o0B transacting business matters in Klssinunee S : .
''i simmee Dry Cleaning Works. Friday. today. j-1AVE . ',-'-"..,
A. G. Allen's, Minstrel Show will Attend the meeting of the boardof ao Flaked Rit, Navy Blue and other. .
exhibit in Kissimmee under its own trade at the council chamber tonight B colors, at Central.Drug Store. '

.4 canvas tomorrow, Saturday. .Business of special importance Messrs. A. E. Donegan and C&l \.
Some excellent.: potato land for to be transacted. McCaughen were business visitorsto '
rfnt. wll located.: See us. Nelson Call and see our new line of high Orlando for a few hours Wednes- ,,
Realty Company. g top Shoes. They are beauties. H; day. t

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. James Milton C. Stanford Co. 'Red Cross Tooth Paste, 25c and. didn' ,
S .' Carson on November 11th, a A Christian Endeavor Rally will revenue, at Central Drug Store. Bob Cruso shave for fort Y, Years.'

daughter, The little lady has been be held Jn the Presbyterian church V. L Dibble, who left Kissimmeefor .
christened Sarah Randolph.for Thanksgiving evening at 7 o'clock. Kansas some three years ag'". Bob has cousins all around in the "::
"" Sale-Ferris strain White Leg- The State worker will address the could: no longer resist the call of the "v',:croc-.
horn hatching eggs and day old chix.A. meeting. He is a fine speaker All ; M South, and has returned. j >1I
E. Thomas, Tel. 215-3 rings. 46-tf cordially invited. j, Sheet Music, a new supply just ery biz. We ain-t no kin to Bob. We 1'
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i Subjects of sermons at the Christian Read our Add in the Classified list t > ? received at .Central Drug Store.. r-
church next Sunday will be: in this paper. Nelson Realty. Com-. Phon-5 41. shave prices all the time. ut this is to be"
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, 11 o'clock, "Enemies of the Home; pany. Last Friday seems to have been a I
7:30.CIA Midnight Conversion." I Mrs T. L. Walker of Tampa, who I lucy!: day for Kissimmee for three
Everybody welcome. 'hat been the guest of her sister, Mrs.A. ''of her visiting people became home A
i All our Dresses, Coat Suits and W. Bailey, has returned home. 'Pic r i"The \owneu on that date. CLEAN SHAVE
Coats have been marked way down Miss Claire Hathaway came down Mary I County Tax Collector C. L. Bandyis : .
for our Thanksgiving Sale. Now is from Orlando for the week-end with Hoodlum' .! the of a handsome new
the time to buy if you want to save Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hall. , Veiie of possessor the 1920 model which is a Friday and Saturday Nov. 2122'r.!
1r monev. Call and let us show you. For Rent.-Light housekeeping'rooms u ''desirable addition to the good cars .
Ion! Ton Hat Shop S.'. complete. Central locations ''of Kiss'.mnuee.. j ,.
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;, Mr.: and Mrs. C. M. Paver, who are Telephone. 142 Mrs. W. H. rarl'1'lu.I .tf.. Casino Theatre I!, Rev W. H. Dresch, Ph. D., of Rol- ST. CLOUD and KISSIMMEE".* !

t among the most popular of Kissim-I 4 ,lins; College, has accepted a temporary ,, : ,
mee' many winter residents, have i Mrs. M. M. Miller visited her !sister Week of November 24th call to the pastorate of the .
arrived from their Cincinnati home Mrs. Crews at Okeeehobee for o MATINEE 4 P. M. NIGHT 7:16I : Presbyterian church at this place, Lhrd j 'I .. '
I 00-tb* Royal Hen Scratch $3.99 Compound _________. .27 .
and will spend another winter in few days, returning home last week I I land will hold the regular Sunday ;,
? their pretty bungalow on MabbetU' accompanied by; the latter, who will Norms Talmadire MO>In I>AT services until further notice.i' I 00-tb. Wheat Short 1_ 3.55 Good pure Coa l_:._,-__ .29

I t. street. spend and some around time Kissimmee.visiting relativesin ,I I "THE WAY OF A WOMAN Hvlect.7tll Shoes Queen for Quality winter and wear other now high arrivin grade 6 cake Laundry Soap...._ ..25;" ;?

" I Thanksgiving Sale of Dresses ..PERILS Epiaod OF of THUNDER MOUNTAIN"I 'at H, C. Stanford Co's. Creamery Butler ._???_ .69 6 pak... Washing Powder; ::,, .25.;

How Glasses Preserve Coat Suits and Coats. Our prices Hat I TUESDAY I Mrs. Minnie Moore-WiIlllOn. who Cream Cheese __________;: .35 2-tbt Navy Beans.; ..:...::., .Z5 I ?,
Bon Ton
will surprise you. Bryant Waahburn In 'has just returned from New York
> Shop. : THE. WAY OP A MAN AND Paramount A MAII>. 'city, left this week for St. Petersburg 24,lb sit Self-Rising Flour. 1.59 .Atlas Oatmeal. ..*_.,___i. ,.1%; .,.
Youthful( i'! Run-Rice; Prayer service will bi :'tO be present at the annual .'
One's Star
held at the Presbyterian church at Comedy.TOO TIRED." 1 convention of the Florida Federa- 24-Ib *k Pillsbury Flour__ 1.87 10 cane Tomatoe10 *-.-..--.-- jg\

',"' t 7 o'clock Thanksgiving invited.morning.We have Everybody -j Lesley WEDNE.DAYOlady. In !tion of Women's Culba. I!I IIb.. fancy Irish Potatoes can Pork and Bean_.. .$9: k''i r
cordially: Permanent Waving .Will not come .
THE GRAY- TOWERS, 1 -* # f
Appearance much to be thankful for, let us start I' MvSTEraph out with washing. Mrs. McCoy's :_ .--;. .63 Brown' .BeautT'B ..*.;:i.-..,:. .10;
: (the day right with intercession and Mutt k Jeff In Beauty Parlor \Yowell-Duckworth J c "", ,
SPAIN." No. 2 good Corn_________ ,15
-IN 6.can., tall Pet Creaml.
I prayer. I' Fox. Bldg., phone bog Orlando, Fla. 46-4t. : ._ .II p'
glasses It (I. .Often will urged make' that thewearer I Five room modern1 cottage: paying THURSDAY Mr. and Mrs. D.,. W. Alderman and No. 2.English Pea- .1C Oaly 6 to a Cad. ".. : ,,
f .II' look old but, asa good income monthly well located ,inKansa Tom Moore in I an extended visit at Ok *chobee.City
City, to exchange for Osceola yOS V FOR TONIGHT. Idwln.ROIIn'ComedyI and Miami. Mr. Alderman will go .
offaclwearingglasses '
matter county property. Nelson Realty- .' back to Okeechobee: City in a',few '' j /*?*

f" a | and Mr- Harry Meetch 'arrived -' in the county tax .assessor's office. :
appearance. '. from Harrisburg, Pa., Saturday, Mary Pick ford FRIDAY In ---1' Be on hand at Mrs. 'I* C. Smith's and 'apply .to stock' on handel F,.
This is because prolonged Meetch .
\ and are occupying: the bungalow "THE HOODLUM" sale.of 'Second-Hand Furniture. to be fY''
. eyesight causes on Mabbette street. Mr. and First National.Unqueuttonably held'at Mrs. Marion Carson's residence -
" wrinkles and "crow's-: Mrs. Meetch have many friends InKissimmee Pickford pIcture the ever most aeen. Has rtutle all 105 Sumner street, on- Tuesday etter hurry toTaylor's t. ;
feet""! to appear prematurely who will be pleased to the Comedy of DADDY LONG JLKOK afternoon, 3 to 5 p. m., Novem': '
and gives the learn of their return. Mil. Dot Makln.on will sing THE ber 25th. 49-lt-pd

,, countenance a stralned'i We have a splendid improved farmto HOODLUM,1.Mary. Impersonating Mack Sennet the Comedy Inevitable t Congressman W. J. Sears returned
tired drawn, exchange for good city income "SAUCY MADALINE." Augmentri i home this week from Washingtonfor Cash 'Grocery
r which is far to be '
,k more has Orchestra. Price. IKo. 360 and 1 60c.SATURDAY > ,
oft property. Farm near Kissimmoe a few weeks rest after the strenuous K
avoided from point
sit a '-' view l9fappearancethan a I I splendid bearing groves-owner wants Pauline Frederick In ,- i session just"closed. Ho arrived ;
from real,,or; fancied good city property. Michigan.. Nelson "OUT OF THE SHADOW." I here' lust a day late to.join the annual ,'
any '
Realty Company. Artcraft. } hunting party, of which he has ,.
,. disfigurement cause4y' Kissimmee and St. :
r+ glasses.. i ..I Mrs.. B M. Potter, of West Palm I Ham- A "HAM'S Budd. Comedy BUSY, D.A1':' 1:been. a member for year\. !:1 ; : Cloud
k Beach, arrived in town last evening I B. F. Cobb L. N. Clark, C. T. .,
'. We use particular care expects to'spend at least a part C'Wednesday. Ilea >d, :MUTT Thrasher, W. A. Swabey.and Joe N. .
r4 'p in fitting glasses and in I land.,the.' season in town. Mr*. Potter I' A_ JEFF Road Show- Taylor, was a party to motor to Or- .
f. the selecficm ot, mount- college\ and brought attenda
J. has two boys'in I in lando Thursday evening to '
ings. most becoming: to three other children with her.-Win. Dar Old Daddy Long Legs" meeting of the Encampment of ,
,''each person's" individual ter Park Cor. Orlando Reporter-Star. I Sheet Music' 15e a copy.., at, Central' Odd Fellows, and to see the first de- : ., ';:. 'I"i
Drag Store Pbone 41. .
style of. beauty. j We have a good selection of high \ librarian gree work put on. .TR''E' C'RO.S" 'S.u.
top Shoe for winter wear now in Miss' Maude Alice Wagner Mr.l: and Mrs. F. W. Tatum, and \ ; R
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at the House, requestsus .
c W. L Sanderson Coy daily. Chapter "
stock and others are arriving to announce that 'the library will, little son Fred, of Helena, Ark., who ( -"i
,line of ladies shoes include the Florida 1 '-
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Our are on their first visit to arrived : k
,s Iat,, !famous Queen Quality and other high until.further notice, be!open hereaf- in Kissimmee yesterday to'Ti.It .- \
afternoons
a Opt ait i.ta 1,:& Muafec.Kl..immee> grade.brends, which will please the 1 1mo.t ter on from Monday 8 to and 6 o'clock Wednesday; instead ofTuesdays their niece Mrs. V. W. Edwards will t } *:
I exacting: customer. heretofore. for'a few days after which they n'f.
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: and Fridays as :
hving Optidan;' 5
.? '''Mrs. D. ,W.; McQuary and son Char- Several cottages< ,, for sale on small 'go to Tampa for the remainder",.of , \ tJ
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r :26 'Broadway,: ,, lie, Mi.x.eUa Sheppard and LU.lIan' cash'' payment and monthly payments the season. '' S' .N 0' .E"St t 1fit ;
- fcf 'I''' Sergeant; Jennln Prevatt return'ed ,
in Kissimmee.
'F1 -....' Bagg the guests, spent of Sunday G. B..W ood.ll and about like rent. Nelson' Realty Com Sunday with an honorable day J \
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pangCapt. charge 1 Uncle Sam's military
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M family. They: 'were"' accompaniedhome Clay'.Johl lIOn,. jr.thaa tem. service, were he served< more' than
Mrs. Elizabeth
in the; afternoon who''will' by spend a week-I .his connection: with a'year in>France...;; He wa>promoted j i
Floyd 'Jotn.on
V the> line of' steamers plying to first sergeant in .the Field Re-
with them. on tthebig-'lake;,and ,is' devoting his I nfount department. He expects to FOR LADIES ;
,. 'r-' time'to the'culture of citrus fruits, make/hi. home in Kissimmee now ,:
.." tO" .O o. ++4 ..o o o 0 0 OOOOOO he acquired an 'ex- . .
,t.. .oo r H .!.ooo having recently Mr; 'and Mrs. D. E. Atwood of ". \ ," . &>' ,".
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tensive.: grove,near -this cltkee. Chelmsford, Mass. who "- -
among
are 4% 'of'the '
\, chobee 'New- Kissimmee's well known winter residents We have just t received' a large shipment' famou. .' ''Red >

\ :& G. Allen's Get 'a copy of "Ragging the Chop ,' have returned for, another Cross Shoe 1 .Call.'i in-and ;fee i ihem.: '\i\;;.t '
r .... ? :=-- Stick?.and .fAt the _.Jiigh._JBrownBaby's season here. They -pleasantly: f -.. .\,' .-' ''' ."i" .x
"'Ball,*? only Ipc a copy at located in' apartments at the horns ;t./\).> We'also) have:a".bi,:line of the well l. known.Liberty.Bell, School/|
' Central Drug;!Store. of Mr and Mrs. H. M. Pfann.' Their' : '
;, aigMin'stre Show Miss Elsie Norton Mr.;' CJ'A., Carson daughter Miss Grace will join. them. ''Shoe c ' .x_ .:. ', ,* '. e n"FRED
: ; and.;:.daughter,' Miss Anne, and here, later. ',) r ':' 1'
.granddaughter Carolines, accompanied Mr and Mrs.. S. D. Fair and two " "
by Mrs, L.' M. Bryant, of Kissimmee -daughters arrived this week from :" ,' : : \'
.. ; 'I . were guests,,of Mrs. A. B., Me- Winston-Salem, N. C., and have S.. ;
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Lean last week Mrs. 'McLean also moved into their residence 'Ion Mab- . .'
:t: will'be' in Klssimmeee had a* her guests Dr. Mary Smith bette street: Mrs.' Fair will be re- -
a and childrenof. .Lakeland Bartow membered a*1 Miss Jackie Graham
*. Record. who hasvisited Kissimmec on ..sev ., - -- '
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i ;Saturday ;:Night' November 12' The annual :.Thanksgiving, Sale is eral occasions. Mr., and Mr..-''Fair. .Tm Forever Blowing* Bubbles," <
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FA : expect'to make. their ly>nte here. 9. .-
now on at the Bon Ton Hat Shop. 35c. a' copy, at Central Drug Store,, "

,. I .. 0 Hits. Dresses, Coat Suits and Coat \Popular serial.to begin at the Casino r Mrs..W. J. W.rb1a-.-who'WIS a"recent .. FOR :SALE ,
are being offered at extremely low Saturday Dec. 13th. Pearl gust of her parents, Mr; and > \ .,
;'I Oldest. Largest. nnd Mst prices.' White the darling: of the aerial fans, Mr*... H. M. Pfann. .has returned to. : t
,..: Portraying! 'the. role of a wealthy the most popular star-that ever flit- her:: home at Lakeland. ' tot.NQi': 16 Woodail'a Subdivision c.;

' -.. - .. '., :.,.FavorablyKtiowti.- ::.\;-< w..,.... .' I.girl who ,!Hi'- )!suddenly iTing'conditionsndmost : swept into the--. ted tinued across motion the-picture stiver sheet stories in, con-bids If-ybu-have-rooms to-rent a.small ,ot..JA(Na',6bNoftb.; : 1,1..4kY;! .J

,;Showing Under:Their.Own ''Maminoth, .Water. pporest-'sordid'.environment with serlo-; adieu to her:millions of serial l fansin advertisement in, oar ''classified- 48-tf.columns co.: 'with'.Bungalow therm'erects.data'oaa'1AcS.
"The Black ", This is"the will fill them.,
Secret. .
will /
Vr: ; .x,!\\f,'Proof Canvas Theatre: be.tomie''seen retnltMary,in .her-' second c Pickford picture from latest serial in .which"'"Our-i Pearl- .Mr.: and' Mrs' ,A. W. 8wntliiad ," .; J <
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f -: .. her< own studios, "The .Hoodlum,"'at will be seen'prior: 'to ,her entry,' into and ,the fonner'a mother.vMTfoed : ;' ': ,
t. ,t ., Bigger and,Better Than;"Ever. ... : the.Casino,Theater.Friday.: .'; This the field of feature'r' .. this r;week anoV, have takeh apart- A.J.HENRY$! ,
I Secret" la a serial of thousand sensation D.. "w- ; : ,
," : picture Is sin adaptation from Burk-. a mate la the G.,Frand
Popular; 'Prices )" '\" sea Amy"+ by-Joll :)g.. UppmuuiNo' *! in fifteen 'weekly'. episodes onEdamtt.tteet.ta'..fh..wants*. ;r.g1s.w1NsnP.s s" a.*..f'J'J' % .
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p k"1'j : better Dentifrle:made than adapted from Robert) W.'ChUabenI Tb ,1IU'tY ,aN froaI' J w.York and '
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*,., / Red OOM Tooth Paste.,only Z5e atCaatral Romatle Novel of MycUry., .,.. ..-IJ' &. 'tt ..

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DR. R. THOR WEAVER County Agent ,f. .1
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? service of a county agent It seems that we be ', "., .
'. his travel I", ""j ,,i" ";' .j''''' <1:1,: ,,,,1 '
:WH or. much on ability to able to produce enough milkto"su 1 I' I,'" ''I' >\"\' / r. 1
Dr. King's New Discovery' throughout the,county and secure cooperation ply our' own demands' cheaper than I '"': ( ''I' I';":' o/1,1/ It\\t.!\\ :)V"TI"...:'" .' \i.n ,.' t
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In every movement beneficial we'can'buy'milk shipped here. It is, ". :11'r..I"i'",(, \, ,ii', b" : II. .,i.1/lt'It'\I) /:: :' '" ", < __ "
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n l soon starts you on the ,to the people individually and as stated befors, a question of better I II : ,): '\r .' i"' ... a "I
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e to collectively. When the county commissioners cows and feed. There are some sections a ,,'n . "_'}. Ii' I j je )
a i t recovery refuse the expenses of the I of the state that can grow dairy ...' ,". ar-- ., :
- l i ,n -. county agent the wheels of progression feeds to a.better: advantage than they; .' .v." I.: .'.'<\\1
: to roll. This should not other With better 1t
ahvliys cease can any crops. -t
{' tried used. That'
o- ?t ONCE trite expression| but one newel Ibe the case l in Qsceola county, which I cows, better managemept and the
applicable! than It 1* to,lie the" case, however, where'so many growing of the necessary feed crops, t, "J
' Dr. KliiK'o! New Discovery. {I good, red blooded people live and dairying can be made a success in
l} You will like the prompt, businesslike 'want,, to Have .co-operative spirit. {Florida and especially. in some sections . )
I Way. It loosens the phlegm-congest- j No fair, means a loss to the people. of the state. A man't'bat ,
la s eVl cheat soothes the tortured throat, All other counties are having A
relieves an old or a new cold, grippe, fairs; why cannot Osceola have one/ CORN WEEVILS UNUSUALLY pal
, cough! croup. I it Us smoke ,/.
r ', The kiddies can take 'tt In perfect I' NUMEROUS.The "
CAN DAIRYING BE MADE A
;+t ./*afpty, too. No bnd after-effects ,
'Standard! half a century. OOc. and PAYING INDUSTRY IN FLA.? unusually\ 'warm weather of
j1.2Ua bottle. At your druggist I i October caused rapid breeding of
,, The increasing price of- milk and corn weevils with the result that un-
the repeated assertion of the dairy- |treated corn now contains many more
. Don't Continue Constipated ,man .that he is not making moneybring. weevils than is usual at this time of
( to mind the question, "Can I(the year. Unless stored corn i is
., Don't let your bowels bulldoze :your I'dairying; be made to pay in FJoridaT" promptly fumigated losses! will be
yntem.: Make them function regularly ( At present but few dairymen say even heavier than usual.

,t',; f -keep matter with the Dr.body King's cleansed New Life of waste fills.BHIonenesR they are making money. Most of To fumigate, place the corn in... a
them have their farms near the tight crib. Most cribs can be made --
c. sick: headache, soui* towhg whereland is high andmay nearly gas tight by )lining them with! '
stomach Indigestion, dizziness,' furred not even make an attempt to raise tarred building paper. Ina good tight Let's i give 'em our smoke"Chef
tongue, bad breath-think of the embarrassment 'any of-the feed. The Tampa men tell crib from four to six pounds of car __ .
and discomforts How traceable us that their cows average from 1 to bon bisulphide:! is sufficient, for a Field
.they're to rectified constipation.by the occasional easily use 1ft' gallons of milk per day throughout thousand cubic feet of space, i I. e. a .
of'Dr. King's New Life Pills. Move the year, most of them running crib 10x10x10 ft. If the crib is not ,
I the bowels smoothly but surely. Try near the lower figure. Is it any wonder perfectly tight as much as 20 pound
}: +' them tonight. All druggUts-25C: u that no money is made in dairy may be necessary. Be sure to use smoke-Chesterfield. The choicest "
nsnal. ing The answer seemingly shouldbe enough, otherwise the amount that .. Anal .
t\, \ keep better cows and grow your you do use will be mostly wasted expensive aromatic Turkish tobaccos, ,

own feed. But we haven't the "bet- I l Domestic leaf blended ,r
the finest of .
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],ter" cows and the best way to< get GREATEST POTENTIAL CROP __ '
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them is to raise the most of them FOR FLORIDA IS SUGAR CANE by an original and exclusive method that can't Ii Ii'V
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and this will take years. The feed :
( growing proposition brings up the The Lake Worth News says: be imitated. ,
; + rnr i.r i I question, is it as profitable to grow More than 100,000,000 people are .
feeds on the land as it is to grow interested in the sugar situation JLi In the blending of these costly tobac'cos, ."
.truck or citrus fruits? The crops fct it would be better to say they '
that I' pay the best, whether they are I'.I are KEENLY INTERESTED. Likewise our experts have brought out a new flavor' .
TINS ONLY
SCALED feed crops or some other. kind, should I'i they are interested in the source mellow richness surpassing that of }
ATVDuacnoccasMAXWELL and a any
be grown. of syrup supply and the daily increasing -
\ In some sections of the country I demand. Sugar and syrup cigarette you ever smoked. J
HOUSE milk can be produced cheap enough. are like two race horses from the
U to miles, and yet make a profit onit chance of winning when coupled. Chesterfields sure satisfy; not
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COFFEEDo This is not the time to deal in in their 1r
I. figures alone, but in value, in quality, even
TIM Oulntos' 'That DM Not Affect the Mad because the American people is .. i
11<<....*of It. tome and laxatlv: effect Z.AXA- not yet educated to the point of understanding superior moisture-proof wrapping that keep ,
I T1VB BaOMO QUININE I.belter than OroID.'" and figures \
sugar syrup ; :
not forget the Klesimmee Valley I 1 I Oninin and doe not cause. eer.ouane.a nor which deal in hundreds of millions or them firm and fresh always. '
rin.inginhe.d. Remember the full n.m.andConk
Gazette office does fine printing. Ire thy irrotny of "'_ w. GROVE. Joe pounds. . and. gallons, of cane products. 1 1it
a.I >. This is only our home consumption You want "satisfy"-tbat's sure. You get
to which must be added an amount . f in Chesterfields.
only
twice as large for foreign consump
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sumption is increasing until now the e.
Jumpy Irritable annual increase is greater than what
was formerly the entire consumptionof
1 the world. Some facts, eh T

Well, to get back home. Floridais .
.or better say is going to be the '
Frazzled Nerves- SUGAR STATE of the Union. Its :1.
\ advantages are greater than the
combined advantages of all sugar (iesterfleiILGIIC
growing countries. That's something
whencaused by coffee-are helped to think about. Lake Worth is within 1
50 miles of the heart of the ,,best

:, 5- to ,become normal, healthy world.sugar cane Think producing this over.region in the 1l l

nerves when a change is made I to This office is abundantly suppliedwith
information\ which will interestevery '
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person who has ever thought or
I who will think of the possibilities in .
n the field of cane products. Right'now ,
Instant Po stum the quickest and best appears to be -
the syrup porposition. A complete .1..1.r

A i( .. mill, absolutely up-to-date in equip- lWf/4TL .
: ment, with sufficient acreage to makeit
," jutli '* an i a paying< proposition for the operators -

.; :This wholesome table beverage and the farmers is within reach
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of almost every community in Flor '

t I, I)T :Jwith a ',rich aromatic, .to flee- a ida.syrup Lake mill.Worth How, of many course-are, willing want .,20, for 20c '- ,-and the blend 4

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,' to give the proposition either finan- can't be '
j like flavor is copied
: deliciously satisfying cial support for the purpose of erecting -
the mill or in the field by grow-
economical, and respects ing cane, or both? That's what-this :(
office wants to know. '"
both health and Facts which will interest the ,
pocketbook.
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with of Who Is A.baa, "Wub"i. .
AdvertisesTheir
plenty money to invest and PRUNE PECAN TREES BEFORE Everybody Valley Gazette I
also the individual with only a few I -

J sMad ty Posturn :Cereal Company hundred dollars are at hand and in LEAVES FALL. o.Oo' 0 00 ..' .00.o. 0 00 0..0..00.0.0.00..0.. 0... 0.-"
& ji 4 \7 due time will be presented. When -
hi f; v ? the whole thing is told you will be Pruning is. one of the most effec- '
Battle Creek.
MichiganSold
astonished at the ease with which a tive means of controlling pecan 'dis
itzi very profitable industry can be had eases acording to H. E. Stevens, Experience
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e17r for Lake Wprth. One man can't plant pathologist of the University .
by Grocers and General Stores start it, a small group: of men can, Florida Experiment Station. Dead ,
i but it will meet with greater successif wood harbors. both insect and fungus

a hundred or more .become Interested diseases, and 'it should not be left Great Storage Facilities
If you want to hear more on the trees Prof. Stevens recommends -
., '- about cane and the possibilities pruning before' the leaves fall. '. .
around here just say so by a letteror This will enable the grower to detect
otherwise so that we may print dead .or diseased portions which.
your communication. if thought ad might, be easily overlooked after the -I ; , .1
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visable. leaves have shed. '
Lake Worth must not let Novem Dieback one of the most trouble' '
j her 19ZO roll around without havinga some pecan diseases. It is characterized I, In Ideal Formulas we offer you Experience dating from
'4 11 119A syrup mill in shape to grind at by the dying of twigs backward the -beginning of commercial production of Florida
least 2,600 tons of from to very
cane which will tip tip. Yoking twigs are'
yield 60,000 gallons of syrup at the marked with dark brown areas.) crops. This,experience ,shows not only the value of proper 4f

wholesald prof $1.00 per gallonin Around the bases of the twit the materials] correctly' proportioned a* 'to availability but the I
bulk.: The whole thing can'' be bark sometimes looks waxy or water-
,J .. : grown on' less than one section of soaked. The bark of older limbs may need of perfect physical condition 'at time of application.I I

... land. Are you getting interested t be dry and sunken and the spots are To secure this condition, the fertilizer must be made long -

I ,Tl.... "f'fV. .RS"L'C. "Ji'. CALLS GAZETTE BEST I overcome darkened..the The disease tree often by attempts putting out to in advance, batched and reground. This calls for enormous ' '":

COUNTY PAPER IN FLORIDA shoots which resemble rosette. store house tapa ty.. Acres of flooring are,Decenary to ;insure b
ktt There are than 3,000,000 'Ford in The dead or diseased parts should
rt" ,more cars Tampa Fla., No.... 15, 1919. be pruned well back into the healthy goods being thoroughly. cured, seasoned, blended, before i1
daily Rmc;throughoutthe;\ world, and fully ,Mr. W. B. Harris, Kissimmee., Fla. wood. Where large branches are cutoff being sent'out to'you.Labor' .
eighty Cent of these Ford Cars. I Enclosed find check in .' .
per are Touring; please my the wounds should be painted with r
amount of $2.00. to for i is high l end difficult, many other and' 1
There are many reasons for this,not the least of pay Valley some substance such as bordeaux expenses
w ., which is the simplicity in the design of the car Gazette. I did think that to. be so ,paste, grafting wax, paraffin,or some problems] are ,to be met-hold fast'to all the Sure things #i I
I near. two .dailies, I'd forget the best other substance that will. prevent "'
so easy'to Understand;'likewise it is easy to county paper in Florida. But not so, evaporation and reinfection. All cuts that make for your succeis. By choosing Ideal Fertilizers

operate; and mighty inexpensive compared to send it on. But please change. from should be made close. to the main .you"hav'elimi' .1ed the fertilizer problem.); Over a quarter '. ,;I
709 to 708. .
,other motor On the farm in branch so that no stubs will be Jeft. ;of field results back l
:'fit can. the city for !"hankingYO't:! I am Stubs usually die back and offer' op century profitable are of'them. Why l'

x (business and for family pleasure, it is the car oft Your friend, .. take'unnecessary chancesv .' . "
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the people; and the demand is increasing every LEONARD WILLIAMS. ppartsshould be burned _ .
V day. Let have to destroy both'fungi and 'insects. .
; us your order, promptly if you .

+ want one.. Ask for.HILL'S" TOPLIFF AND AYRES NEW I \ r

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OSCEOLA MOTOR COMPANY -" Wilson & 1oom Fertilizer :
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( MILLION, W. Topliff .and Captain
FIVE PEOPI.JI: '
.: F ,307-9 BROADWAYPHONE USED IT Avres were the. successful contestants Manufacturers{ Ideal FertiliMnJacksonville !
LAST YEAR ,

b;; r.4r 185. KISSIMMEE, FLA. dILL:3 second for Democratic city commissioners primary held in Sat the Fla. ;I!

I 1 nraay.., Mrr> Topliff,,'who came J>"1'pollinc' j t
enough votes In the first''primary .. '
'r CASCARA kQUiNINBjtj to'win the election, maintainedprettynearly.his . . . ",'f..;)I
full strength' Saturday ', '- '.', - - -

,: leading"' the' ext'and also'suecessul 1 : '- ,- > ._
jai ; candidate on ,the'ticket, Cap- niary weret !Topliff, 1,175! Ayres: No Worms W j a Hesttthy Child

.l.e.ri.. oJ.. tain. Preston' Ayres,. by '825 .'Vote.. 850; Mrs Whitman, 724; Robertson All chUdraa troobM with Wor..s lave aa +
I t __ tablet'coI4 r M4->.aiit for;'_MMaaform _; Captain.Ayres lead "vA. B. Whitman 673. -Reporter-Star. Withy. eels wake.tadkatM.....blood sad ?a +
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". 111'I.J&o H..Co.' Robertson, by 126votes. ::1\\:' I\ The Gaastte'a Job department la GJtOVK' TASTPZSS w WTOHJOtJ_
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I I. -tM. W..1 .... .11III".. E.,G.i Duc:1nroi'tbJ Commissioners. jug on abort" notice and at reasonableprices. i iIS2JST.tUI" ". "_ SltSS, i
-. -, .>---We -make7"aCapecla1ty"ofloose .
JllLL- \ W.' Topllff .and,CMPreston:Ayres. ....aad UM CUM wU lbe
j.t11>' .. ''1 ,,As Aab..e. d.. .., i: ':The.:votes' cart!,In Saturday1 v prt-1, leaves for--lecaer.4'1.tf., : Ios.r.ltsa.aaw. Mk.. Ms,.sus. .
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"\ *" THE nSSMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE ,FRIDAY.:'NOVEMBER 21. ,1919 ,. SEVEJVjfW ,
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f: "MAN'S EXTREMITY. COW .

/!' '! 'OPPO!.!!!! r..r;*, Tt:<< ,

Man's extremity I k\\ God's. op; ,
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r tunity. .I IJj .,
Human, management of ,the affairs
,J of the universe is falling. Without
,\ .. ;, t >, ". Divine Intervention,' the world*. and
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., : Its people will plunge Into' chao.'

:. :, ': America is rent asunden by the
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, r "> Ai"fc4W! *) ; .'11" : "- spirit of defiance of law and order. t>
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. ,;) ", the rising tide of disaster.
'.... '" 'J' .....\ . No public man poll.....power or lnfluence .
sufficient to allay the turmoil ?
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Employe and employe cannot

'. reach that mutual understanding,
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.., that necessary harmony, upon which;
,. the' livelihood of all of the people U"
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An industrial 'warfare is helDcw. -' '

: : !. behind whose line, lurks anarchy. ,
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>,03 :+: !'o-A+ 1,1+ i4jh 1{ : t !:: : : + vs: + destitution, bloodshed and
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misery fringe the battlefields
The American flag la no longer '
reverenced by all of the people. ".
American institutions, American
traditions American hopes, American
,. ,,:1 +"' 1M -- ..plratlon..re no longer respected .
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r+i..FE !. ,,, _,1 1p: ,!. !, 3'I'+ I ry I by many Americans. +
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ib .. .. ,_ 'djyhIIi! + 4 {!.:!N' I"@I+' W.rrj'I+hly 6 Raucous volcea rail at patriotism'. .
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( ; 'ri. .r t1+ It,'l",ii*f t Jt *i *r, :i I ,!i i *I'ji* i The American republic i* already
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t :P, ; .i"!6 n!! 4'R *, + lii. '"kP in the twilight of its darkest hour. 4,
i il'h d!> ,+ I ,,ti: ? It would be folly to deny the d- '
i+''dt i. : .I4, .,',1iPi,I+ ++ + +lii +,P+4'I+ u+ + 41' : perate. conditions that exist. ,

.- It would be criminal to_conceal the.
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The people of the United States, -{
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must arouse themselves to a realisa
tion of the. growing menance befoc :

", they *... annihilated by the power
.< Of evil. N
Tne true Armageddon 1* at hand
and the eagle, flying' "mid-heavens,
is saying with a great .voiee, "Woe. 4
woe, woe, for them that. dwell. on the r
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All that_ human.. P9W.r could do. x
has been' done. Man's extremity- haa MK
arrived ,lit'la'DOW Gods Opn'b rtulUtY.
As It Is As It Seems God alone can save the.world.V: tl
"In God f nationalmotto. "
We Trust". is our
And it is to. God that. wer y

4 The Road-In New Overland 4 on must Ity.Man'now extremity'.appeal.- >.i U I God's.. oPI"i'>>rtua..'r'lMki. .l e:

Perhaps those tray) are, being1thrust ; ;
upon us to bring-a wayward \ y
Three-Point Cantilever Springs people back to'the Throne of,Graeeu! '.
Our efforts, our thought, our'l-i ;:
I M hors,our progress have all been along;,.I .
material lines 'There has been'too>* > '1
expect a bad road to ride as it looks. It did, This means an altogether new standard of riding little spirituality. In- our activities.:.,i

YOU the introduction of the Overland 4 __ comfort noteworthy reduction in the wear and tearwhich" Our souls bodies have shrunk.'h.v.roWD' while CMIt/,' *i, ,II

Springbase. l lessens the efficiency of a car. The new springs Now as the clouds darken around vS r .

give longer life to and thus minimize us, as a nation and aa 'individuals' s'
Overland 4 does not change the road, but it does every part up. our phyiscal eight a&fkws dim and. ': .. '
keep and replacement costs. vision r
oar spiritual increases. ,t.'1
change the manner In which you can ride un it. It "God ,
help us. is our plea. ,;;.1
? : gives you comfort instead of dis-comfort. It gives Tire wear longer because cushioned, against \. In prayer,.alone, exists:hop i I :\

a smooth; tailing sensation instead of bouncing hammering: blows. Lightweight means marked economy The, people of America asks p'J
you . down on their knee and (of ,
And swaying. in gas, oil and running expense. Divine aid. !(.,:'
/ Next Sunday, in all of our church-; yA
Overland ,, is from
The Diagonal attachment of Three-Point Cantilever equipment complete Auto- ea, o; all sects and all denomination. !

Springs at the ends of a 130-inch Springbasegives Lute Starting and'Lighting to Demountable 4.ims.J' there should' error be humble and'*arnetrtu, united >eonfessionrof nt-"-;di \.\,.

long wheclbae road steadiness. Yet Overland k Come in and see this remarkable tar. Ask for prayer to' the Greater for mercy and J

4 retains all the advantages-lightness, econbooklet.. Overland 4 Touring, $845; Roadster; $845; help.We must for eovntrr,''

: omyands.seofltandlingofl00-inchwheelbase. Coupe, $135 Sedan. $1375. Prices. f. o. b. Toledo. that it nay b ray*. exalted U oar'righteous' t
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We must pray for those who'uu.
due n*

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: W* must pray for all our citizen., '
t that they may. be faithful to'dutyy.
and obedient to law. ....
We must that our land roar
be' a land 0 fray and..ce-an-J, "'

mutual service. %
't, '1'11 We must, pray believeing that
tM: ';(Jt,: I:'. God Heart our voices and suppllca- -
JW.1. '" / LJf ..' dons .that "gracious i* the. Lord, end

:. fl/. .!', I' yoF' richtrous 'yea, oar God I. merciful.
lit.. .:W):, ,. . ',.{,,'f. The. labor strike, i existing sad tocome >"
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1 1lyrA are not ordinary: labor depute
(: io *- The'world has known nothIng ->,
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like them and their effect upon.
mankind may. plunge the world into>,.' .i
horrors that history has never re
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That ia why we are appealing .to ".
r / the clergymen, to all people to,whom ''
7 . religion is a reality,' to .U.to whom
God is an actuality, to make the coming !
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lOOincn Lord's day. a for appeal for.
f Divine aid for a. word. facing catacl1 1 1
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. Humanity has failed to preserve ;;
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4 Telephone 138 LUPFER & PRATHER GARAGE 111-113 Bre.dway Man'a extremity Sa I God's opportune *

: 1CWi_.*, Florida. ity.In
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Subject Notice.
to Change Without
"I will lift up ,mine eye unto the,
j hills from ;.whence cometh my', help. ,
My help cometh from the Lord, who:
made heaven and earth. 'He will not
1 ijJi!! :iBl : .: mm ., ... :iw. :Bf: :iE .. :IJI: suffer thy foot to be moved; ."He that $ikeepth.thee rib

'. '. wilt not slumber. -Tarnpa .
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RESOLUTIONS ON THE DEATH' feel and fraternity at heart, and we also know any other form, of tobacco and we law.means campaigns to elect dry CORRESPONDENTS WANTED "1' '
OFBROTHER'M.KATZWheres Rsbereas, ''Each member of this that .the world has been better and are not allied with any such: move of the enforcementprogramall The Gazette want a correspondent ":
'" '-- mittee havingbeen intimately connected brighter. .. for his having lived ment. We i r
among'u. are going to have all we these take time, money; In every community in Osceola county.
with Brother for .. ,
; It baa pleased the Almighty our departed knows that can do in the next few years to secure and resources, and these it is our Send in the news, it will help' the f,
Father to send forth the Angel over a third of a century, Resolved Further, That altho our enforcement of national prohibi- purpose to supply. paper and will keep your .ectioD"b.i.
of Death and take from our he was a man on whom one could Brother haa passed from our tion and in the direction of our aim fore the public. 't.' e 'J":;'
midst to dwell with Him forever in lean and feel 1 that no' trust would be yet tee feel that his spirit is mld.tl to make the world bone dry." '
blessed abode not with betrayed with us and that we 'shall cherish his YOUR TIME WILL COME. l J '
that made "The going into effect of constitutional A! want ad.; In the Valley GasetU..
hand, eternal in the Heavens, our Therefore, Be It Resolved By our memory in our hearts until -we too prohibition on January 16 man in every town during, wlH rent your'.pan 'rooms. *. ti
beloved friend and Brother Past Lodge, assembled in com shall cross the dark river and meet Every '
next., added Dr. C. H. Jones, of a life-time baa to ..k' -
superintendent .
Master M. Kate, and munication, that while, reverently him on the other shore. :
of the Georgia a favor of an >editor-not an excep-
Whereas, In the passing of M.X.tz bowing to the mandate of the Great Resolved Further That we tender of the anti-saloon league,department does not tion to this rule, says an exchange'
Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80 Architect of the Universe, who doeth to the bereaved family of our departed SALES JUMP
end the fight on the liquor traffic. A man may escape a doctor, keep
F. & A. M. haa lost one of its most all things well, we feel that our coun- Brother our deepest sympathy On the contrary we are entering upon clear of the courts, but once in a life ".,
eminent member., one who has served try has lost a citizen who it could love and would point them to the our hardest fight-to see that the time at least, has to go to the newspaper .
faithfully ... treasurer for many ill afford to spare and our Lodge a Great Beyond where there shall be no laws are enforced. to have I a certain piece 'put ina OVER 5001
years and whose loss we shall keenly member who had the Interest of the more parting, where all ia love and death notice article etc- have '
s j - - _ ... . - - - - . . - - & & happiness and perfect trust for the "Everything indicate that the liquor -his ,in omitted, from ,_ *. v' 1
- . Grand Master of the Universe reigns interest. have no purpose of name printed or Dr. William 101 Tonic Greatly Is w7
item. It is therefore to
some ,
abandoning their fight to keep their your
and rules there forever and ever. Interest to treat the editor fairly.He Demand For "Fla"'Treat.a..t.. t: ;
Telegraph Order Promptly Attended Open Day and Nisi Resolved further; That a of business alive by other means. Enforcement -
; ; copy officials mild be assistedand desires to be fair; he would rather
these resolutions be sent to the fam- do'the right' thing than the While the Influenza plague wasraglng \ i'x '
Auto Hess.EISELSTEIN. ily of our beloved Brother, a page in upheld. thing, but if give him a kick wrong, the in October, 1918, the sale of
our minutes be dedicated to hU mem- "However, it ia no part of the dent of it may you. be found in the top Dr. William 101 Tonic Jumped over
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ory and thereon these be spread anda league' purpose to convert the organization of hat and 500%.- There can be only ODe reason
your own some day
.. ,copy handed to the local paper for into a detective agency. will never know how it got, there.you 'for such a tremendous increase; and'_ '
publication. We believe that men elected that Wiliam 101 Tontefs
or appointed Don't think immune that is Dr. '
H. N. BRATTON. to office are the ones properly don't think you Providence you has are ; a correct treatment for "Flo" .Lay) 1 tii
BROS. N. C. BRYAN. chargedwith the enforcement and avored time will especially and Grippe Chill and Cold eases a* Well *
that loyal citizens should back themup you; your come and other fevers. Quinine
S. L. LUPFER. : when it does it will be fine a* Malaria ? -
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come a
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in enforcement, retiring' them to investment the enemy of disease germs 1*
if have in
Funeral Directors <& Embalmers ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE NOT private life if they fail to do their he editor's office-T.mpa you a friend Tribune. on. of the ingredient of this efficient '

..... MAKING FIGHT ON TOBACCO duty. medicine. Magnesia ia another, $,+a
"T" "Popular education as to what the important chemical contained in ,thai

Atlanta, Ga.. Nov. 18.-Official de Constipation tonic. It cleanses the liver ond..,bowel t'

,,_, __.__ . ..$TS CLOUDtFLORIDA . nial that, the Anti-Saloon League intends Habitual Constipation cure Most laxatives and cathartics afford of accumulated poison Iraq the: "
-e- - to after..tobaeco ,next was ta 14t 31.Pay*. only temporary relief and rich blood producer the third.' It v J
made today at Southeastern headquarters "LAX-TOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially- should be used only'for that'purpose. build up strength stamina ,'and vW <1 v,,

of the campaign for the\ .en- prepared Syrup Tooic-Laxative. far Habitual When you want permanent relief tally; ,and strength' will win.agabut. ,
A ''Statement says *'in Constipation: 'It"relieves promptly, bet take Chamberlain's Tablet and be _ae. *"'
part: : ,ear -,.' shoald b*taken retfularty for Utoll day careful to,observe the direction with fife and 50e bottles, at jour drug+
Offic' eta.Reside*** .Pbs :i0. LsJ AILtsst.a ; "W. ,are', not considering and w. I. to iMncrecalar action, It Stimulates each .package. 'These; ta1>1. tody tor*.' Refuse an, attempt.to. palm. '
.. rf P. rtfOI .. .. do .t5onot i, eff substitute Thr*'.:IsT only cur !:'t ,
not intend to; consider any kind Regnlat** 'Very Pleasant: to Take' move the bowel, but ) ap,' ,. u

t.(. ._. .. .-.1 M..F.. "__ of'..a..fI gh$:.against. .the..cigarette. or-,_.evfMttj*. '-," ; .-,..... !!-!':;petit..14. *' and.w strengthen. Z" tosv the .41...,.,.rr----.....:... Dr. WUllaai 101:Tmle. tie"r.a" :" Mc ,

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GET READY
75 MILLION CAMPAIGNJudge '



I "FLU" E. D. Beggs, of Pensacolas like way, .displacing the "haphazard, THE BAPTIST MESSAGE

FOR "In the Seventy-five million Campaign spasmodic uncertain giving of the S
past) by a definite five-year
programwhich
the South will
the Baptists of
must be accomplished by
do by far more than they have ever methodical systematic laying'' asideas '
.
Jeep Your Liver Active, Your done to meet the obligations laid up- the Lord prospers u.. Moreoverour TO THE WORLD TODAY '
Mission Boards, orphans' homes,
on them bythe Great Commission of
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Purified and Free FromColds
_ System Our Savior. They will come nearer denominational schools, etc., are, giv- ;
1 by Taking: Calotabsy. realising the extent of their abilityto en a fixed allowance and they can eS
the Nauiealess Calomel. do for the Savior, and at the same plan and spend accordingly.
Tablets, that are Delightful time will measure up more fully to "Second: The time is opportune.
Safe and the) performance ,of their duty, than Autocratic power, both civil and ecclesiastical which'a'
for :
'Bore.i ever, before. -Then they will not be \ having held the stage Here: are:' a few of the fundamental things

rv content to,do less in the future, but entirely too long} is tired now rapidly oft stood and for, which they stand
-i will do increasingly more each recurring passing. Humanity is human Baptists have always ,
,
Physicians anl Druggists are advising bOa.... Democracy is the watchword ; ,
their friends to keep their systems year"While the campaign is primarily ''of the day. Machine'control la today: '
I purified and their organs in perfect for objects outside of the churches giving place to Individual auprema.
working order as a pro'ection against, contributing a. the members ,experience cy. The New Testament teaches democracy -
toe return of influenza. They' know its enlightening. and enlarging in church government and Absolute religious liberty for all, Jew and Gentile alike.

sf C' tbat a clogged up system and a lazy influence they will come to realize -- individual responsibility to God. Baptists '
liver favor colds, influenza and serious stand for, both. The work M '
t complications.To to as their never home before churches their obligations and willmeasure needs and longs for'both. .For Baptists Church membership composed >only of converted and :
short eold overnight and to to fail to this desire and
cut a supply .
more fully )n meeting I I
i prevent serious complication take one them. up need would be criminal." baptized persons. .1.J '1:
; with swallow of
Calotab at bedtlmo a -
"With these and all the attending
k water-that's all. No salts, no nausea, Hon. Cary A. Hardee. of'Live Oak
f, sickening after effects. results accomplished the Baptists of Self-determination in all religious matters without .
no griping, no. eold has vanished, the South may well rejoice at having. "The Baptist denomination, in the any;
Next.our.Uver"morning at'tl1'e-yone vour systemic purl- inaugurated 41. ever memorable,'South numerically is stronger than overhead of kind :
and campaign." ,any other denomination. Not only is overlordship or management any
fled and refreshed Y01are'leeling it In numbers but it also
---- i strong possesses -
fine with a hearty appelite'forbreak.fast. C. A. Carson of KIssimmee: i untold wealth. We shall see, of't1i 1
of
.. Eat what you sold please only -in no origianlsealedpackages danger.Calota"e "The last few years have given to,as result of this campaign how The supreme sovereignty Jesus in all matters

are price thirty-five cents. the world a decisive answer to the'strong. it is in spiritual leadership ,,}
Every, druggist, is snthnrized to refund ode old question, 'Am 1 my bro theC.keeper. .(,!What of our boasted numbers and soul. '' f
If yon a-. not perfectly .' The people of America have swollen wealth if neither of them is ..
UghUd ycnr money with Calotabs.-(Adv.) gained a new and deeper sense oft a" convertable asset for use in the The Bible the 1 law of Christ's reign.
the meaning, of the words; 'sacrificial great work of the Kingdom T :
c service their power to accomplishthe "When the Southern Baptist Con- .1

results impossible which, and can of be the attained tremendous by-I I vention Million Dollar inaugurated Campaign the Seventy-Five, they com- It is for the promotion of the salvation of lost souls ;

concerted, determined effort. mitted the denomination to i in creased '-1
It everywhere;and the fuller propagation of these principles :
"I am confident of the success of'I life- and usefulness. They caught\ the J
4 the Campaign:because I know Flor-'I inspiration which comes from the ,
: that the F
ida:Baptists; and I know it can never God'a Word and therebychalfenged
be said of them that they are lacking I the Three Million South I
in earnestness of purpose or diligence ern Baptists 'to dedicate themselvesand
of effort to further the Kingdom ,, a small part of their means to
of God and His righteousness. '''the great work enumerated in the 75 Million
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"Success is asiured if we work, call."As Baptist CampaignIs
pray and give to our utmost." churchmen we must be a for-
ward looking people, or accept that l
Ix O. X. Reaves of Braden.town state of decay which always comes
-.- ....;; +r.:tine Judge -

+F "I : enthusiastically. endorse the from spiritual inactivity universe.whether in a physicalor asking $75,000.000. in cash and 5-year pledges during

...--".-.... Baptist 75 Million Campaign be-I I "Personally I shall make a liberal I "
,-, cause: pledge. Where 1s he who calla himself -
"We Got Him)" I "First: It to conduct the a Baptist and will not do likewise -
business of the later in a business ?"
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:.d i.:..'="JI'.7 R fls. "'v'ssaru..rta.N. A YEAR AGO :TODAY. COMPARING NOTES.It Victory.WeekNov.30Dec.a\

."lams rsesee.u At the. eleventh hour of the eleventh seemed that when Rastus and ;
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tams 31.vt.awr..d cabs nprnea see.. day of the eleventh month year Sam died they took different routes a
-- It M ..,.:, .M.d 'ago the great guns on the long front so when the latter got to heaven he
.... ''of Europe that had belched death and ailed Rastus on the telephone.
ls.rla.IStidw.......r.leeea destruction for mor' than four years "Rastus,""he said "how yo' like it If you believe this is a worthy program line up with the (
down thar?
hushed and there soundin
were was no
ItIt.JIIe." to .. .a _c.q:_ ,N...... all the world save the scratchingof "Oh boy! Dill am some place Baptist church of your community for
a pen as the Germans signed an replied Rastus. "All we has ter do _
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a.s.avgrtsA.u cowalrreil..eee armistice the terms of which left is ter wear a red suit wid horns, an'
reneltas..w ax It.. them powerless to fight further. And ebery now an' den shovel some coalon
upon the last scratch of the pen there de fire. We don't work no more "MILLIONS FOR THE MASTER"fn! :
P was another soft sound-the sobbingof dan two hours out of de 24 down "
mothers all over the world who here. But tell me Sam, how is it"d "fn.M
I cried for joy. Then there burst upon you up yonder .- .
the night a din of whistles blowingand "Man. F.oodnesal: We has to get up e e v eeee ee e >es)
WHEN YOU SUFFER bells ringing and cannons boomIng at to 0 clock in de mawninr and J. W. THOMPSON
and people shouting for joy. Fora gathah in de stabs; den we has tr BUCKMASTER M. TILLER
whole day the spontaneous demonstration haul In de moon. an' hang out de
FROM RHEUMATISMAlmost lasted. ,It was a cry of re- sun. .Den, we has ter roll de clouds. .. Funeral Director Real Estate Agency. "
lief that could not have been aroun all day long""But
pressed. It meant peace, victory.uP-1 Sam how ,comes it ,yo' baser KISSIMMEFS ANDLICENSED ..........____.._u ". \

; any man will tell you the return of. our boys from work so hard T" wetskin' ,. Realty bought and sold.
there. Well I tell de .triii Rastus, .
that c Sloan's. Liniment I I Instead of nearing his dream of o' short o' help UD here."-Cas- .' .O1J4UU1 ATfl EMBALMER Houses rented. .
,meana reliefFor I i world power and a place in the sun, sell's Saturday' Journal. : \ Taxet paid and Titles verited
the ex-kaiser a year ago today was a -- for Bon-resideal*.* !
hated 'fleeing from panish- : WANTS HIS MONEY BACK. J.* STATE'BANK'BUIIDING Store and Chapel, St.wart'Ara .
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practically' ne1'7"'III&JI"'h tad ai'the Fire, life and Accident: !.. '!
iH who has, suffered from rheumatic ment hands of his own people. "I can thank Mr..O'Brien'i neighbor : ," KlaslBMBee. Fla.
t surance. < | ,
+ 'aches soreness of muscles, stillness of Forced into the war' America put all for my recovery from sever< .;' Phone: No.,102 ' '. '. j.
million Bonds.
,Joints, the results of weather exposure. her might into it, sent two colic attacks and stomach trouble ; : Indemnity; "

Women,. too, by; he hundreds of lantic and a: in quarter less than troops.a across and the a half At-, that nearly forced me to cross the -: Sub.erlbe'for toe Valley Gazette. ..... .... . ....... ....,.. ':1.
;!!-OUIADd., use it for relieving: neuritis, year river Jordan. .I .spent thousands' o. : "
lane backs,.'neuralgia sick headache. fed the allies dollars loaned them twenty dollars in the past nine years fo-
.J t dean.' refreshing, soothing, economiLiniment" .. I.billions of and otherwise;doctors and medicine and would hay
ical,' "Sloan's made war upon the central powers sowell died but for my neighbor's advice. 1wish
toearvdruSay that less than 150
Get It peace came I had the money back I spentfor
today. 35c:. 101.: $1.40 JrI days after United State. marines other medicine." It is a simple, '
(turned the German offensive into
a 11. ,
retreat at Chateau Thierry-the sec- harmless ,preparation that removes .. .... "
the catarrhal from the intestinal
ond battle of the Marne. America mucus ,., ,1.- ':
tract and allays the inflammation ... .;., .
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had put her resource-ell her ,
every, which causes practically all stomach: : ..j)
wealth'
and man intoa
energy power k )
liver-and intestinal ailments Includ-
supreme effort to end the war in ; .'"
ing appe dlcltls. One dose wilj convince ,
the shortest time and Woodrow -
possible .
Wilson by his clever diplomacy'' or money refunded. J. Z. Rob- '
erson, and druggists! everywhere. ..1'l"
had divided the people of the enemy .; "
.a+ ,countries against their Iron-banded THE NEXT TO GO=TUBERCU
rulers.
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Less than 200 days before Ger- LOSIS.
many surrendered our very shores -
;'Buy anaW'iSell had been threatened and our coastwise The above is one of .the slogans in 4 t A. ,
shipping raided by German submarines the campaign for the sale of the Red "
\ while Paris was bombarded Cross Christmas Seals from whenceis /
by the enemy's long rang. Berthas, derived the funds to. fight the
" LOndon was being air raided almost dreaded disease. Having performeda "
Old,,Hats nightly and it had seemed impossible great work crushing the "Hun," t
to stop the steady advance of the America Is now going after the enemy -
German hordes on the western front at'' home which claims annually ,

who hourly came nearer and nearer. 500,000 of our own people. From + t, ,s
to Paris and the channel ports. The December 1st to 10th inclusive the
,j \ . Huns were crucifying Red Cross drive for 'the ..ale'of the Red Cross
nurses, carrying b.bies'on their Christmas seals will be on and the .
ri of ':+llrhindL: Also, .buy and ..u onets, cutting the throats of bay'I, 'I funds thus ,raised is Florkla'will' be CJ.fELS...the most refreshing;satisfying cigarette: youC.n.l.sr.pold.v
? ; : sinking hospital ships and letting I spent in Florida to combat this men rr. ,Put all your cigarette desires in a bunch
,fir : sick prisoners die.by starvation and ace which in rears past has thrown .....1.eOl..U/JoalJy: ; then buy some Camel.,give them.very taste-test and know '

old Coats. "find "Pants, to veil, at h'a neglect. They bad raped Belgumand desjolstion' and gloom over. millionsof C ,S aJrf JMMJUtfM Of 30,. for your own, satisfaction that In quality, flavor. smooth- ,

-- \ parts of France and.threatened households.In e/rttaoorel.r.: body and'in many' : qther delightful ways Camels In 'r+I-
reasonable price. Also Cleaning the British Isles and America! itself.. cities and In towns throughoutthe I ) class by Cnemse/res/ are m
But to the surprise or the world United States attractive posterswill t* e gtatmlmm- p.ner. .
and the kaiser,who had been told it be, dl.pl.yed''which, illustrate a .'orarxf earfaa. We '"--ela'
blend
1 t and)Jyelng ,of all kinds done.O.M'SIMPKINS! could not be done, Americans began happy American family closing the utroafly r-.ad of choice Turkish and choice
to arrive in France in tens of thousands door against a hideous figure representing thlu oag loa for the Domestic tobaccos.: You'll not only: prefer this blend to either
and Foch started to drive. He tuberculosis. AOOM or nflto* mupptyVhMtavlshsv kind of tobacco: smoked straight, but you'll appreciate the r

; pinched them out of sector after see- State Director Geo. ,W...Peck,,'who sr whoa ye.. / travail remarkable full-bodie I-mildness and smooth, refreshing
tor and the enemy surrendered by fa conducting this campaign' has L 7.1.y.el1eietwe.Ca. : flavor it provides!', Camels are a cigarette revelation! I '.J.
.
', divisions. HI..morale was gone. You written to the county chairmen urgIng -_ I 1 .. C '
; t n. One: Block';,i'roml, Depot know the 'rest. It's an old but, glor that in addition to these posters ". Camels win you in so many new ways! They not only: '
ious story: now. First, Bulgaria, then that they, wherever possible, paint permit you ,to, smoJte 'literally without tirinfyour, .
Turkey, then Austria crumbled. Fin. this slogan on windows, sidewalks, fasfs but leave unpleasant cigaretty\ aftertaste or 1
ally .the German empire, 'arch crlm7 and in every conspicious place. pleasant cigaretty: odor I un j I ,
at' Inal and. once mighty monarchy: defeated It "would not be fair to the com I k: :'
on the fields 'of battle, torn tail, or regiment ,should one soldier Compare Camels with any cigarette I I.
Internally by revolution and in the to play his part in battle. It '
In the world at any'price! You'llprefer i.i..
throes of anarchy and chaos, cried would not' be fair to Florida should ; i
'flEtIt"oM
"kameradi" on. community fail to marshal its 4r Camel quality to premiums, R ;
The ex-kaiser and his son ire still forces against,. tuberculosis when the 'T, coupons or.KlAal'. i
fugitives from whole state is rising op and demand-
justice. Old Glory I. p
; dart'ewe.YH.M's1.1.r baclic'v worshipped the world over. The flag Ing. that. the" enemy must 'be. "the w e '
'v) r tlte Wsstt.,&c_' that has never known( defeat proudly next togo. I
: a4.f-----0...e waves and stands as 'ever ''for freedom I Everybody: 'Working and working .;
4, together is,the .secret of going I
15.-I----..ww."c.: :t: fair play and government of, over
i) -- ., For and by the people. Armistice D.yl the top in the Red Cross :Seal. cam :'
,.-.5.,' y..,_a I.. sa fills the hearts_ of. Americans_with paign.. 1-' ,

"N..y.._aM_TODAY Cw..e..w, ..-.7.Ter'. .,' solemn pride,in the heroism of those -.,, ,'. :'
; ,.-.r. who died, in their country's service I we .r.gr.atful' for-, their achievement :- -
CHNTRAL DBUG'STORE''' J and with gratitude, .for J the victory) and for that of tbel>,.living ,
.. because of the thing from. which it brothers, and in,the) name,of both we a .".
:- Tfstelsss dull:T..Is6 ha*,freed ns,send beeauss,of the"opoportunity may ,hope,;for an early i accomplishment I '
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it has *.&inn-America.to of the terms of peace that shall .
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,-/ssesaN...-....sewn fK 1-lyly eai er show,her,, sympathy ,with..peace andjusticeinthe finally eomplete.theta work.upon.the ,. \ .t. <4r- I
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': '1 PARIS MODISTES NOWHAVE'REAL 'the M.tiao4e f" 'hral.bln& each 'It*'place ef 'business shall be conduct C; A.. CARSON..Pr-Mident. N. C. RYAN..Scr :
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BETTER THAN : and : IJrht er ed In the State of Florida and other .
; tot r.r Wa and
SENSATION Collection of .State. of the United State of ,m.rl.
.- Light ',,ca. and la foreign countries, wherever

( Part modUtei )Jia'vi produced, an.. C1L BJIT OF THE MtAnr1 CITT D .OF'BT KISfllMMKB TH COW.. .necessary I pal office of or'said convenient.Company The ball prlnol-be at THE WATERS &' CARSON GROCERY CO.

WHISKEYFOR.'COLOSAND other .actuation, a gown, more Baring That beginning upon and Including-'KlMlmmee, Florida but the said cor s
than in the dance the let day' of December. A. D. III, poration establish ,
any yet teen all water and lights furnished' the at any her place In the- State of Wholesale ud Retail Dealers .
I halls, where it ha created a tremend- Citizens of Klsslremee whether Individuals 1 Florida, or in any other State of the w
FLU jou senaation. It II i a wal.tle.e affair, firm or corporations shallbe United State of America, or In any
|except: for a. tr&napareDt'WUtI' ex- paid 'for according the amount' foreign country. .
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used, to be
such amount ascertainedby ARTICLE! It.
itendinor' from' the waist to one houl- mean of water ahd light meters. The general nature of the business .GR'OCER.IES.' :
,der, the .'other shoulder and the entire and si the fOIlO..lnf rat.- to be transacted by the said corpora. ,
'New Elixir, CaUed Aspire? back being bare and the skirt Section. 1. rate of Twentycent lion shall b* a* follow*r To hold, buy .
ONE THOUSAND GALLONS own hire .. '" I i'. 1 "
1 per control work develop sell I } ,
al Medicated With Latest reaching only to the kn....- .
a for water of the amount convey lease mortgage pledge exchange I "
Scientific Remedies Another creation, "the void dollar used< with a minimum chars of One cultivate. Improve, and otherwise / -1oee -
Uae
; I grown" consists of. flimsy materialinterlabed' Dollar per month, meter to be read I' deal In and dispose of real estate,
and 'Euro'pean double which monthly. .. timber lands, and 'Standingtimber, 0.00)000000000000 .,oe0ooeeenee' : .
4 > Endorsed, by with ,,0a"l.ec Bee. 1.: A d.posit'of Two 'ahd One- wltKoutlimit a* to amount. In th. e o, ? :
and American">Arm ,owing to the sudden new demand. Half Dollars will be required of alt ,,State of Florida and In any other I : I
fj : ; fetch'absurdly high price.- applicants for the use of water before State or State of the United State 0 WE SELL. 0 "'E, BUT . +
Surgeons to Cut Short t. - '. water win be cut on, which deposit and In foreign countries, .to do any 0' .0 '
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wilt be refunded upon the discontinuance and all things appropriate for the development : it;
Cold and Prevent Compel LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS of the use of>. water* less such and Improvement of the BA* o ..
amount a* may be due the City for same for agricultural and other"purrpores ? . J r
cations. water by the party or parties.entitled for which' the same may he : its' .' +
to the deposit. All meter to be adapted; to subdivide large bodies of \ V ,
onnEn FOR iUIBMCATIOM. put GRAIN } \ BIDg) 'i :
In lainto I) t A /4 J +
'I' ----- at the expense of the City and to small farms lay out town c. t
t Every Druggist U. 8. In. !. .I..lt Carl II'.* > .1' Flerlda. be the property of the City. sites, erect suitable building for t .! ''' t '
; Hrvralh Jndlrlal ' l Om-rola Sec. t. A- flat rate of Fifteen Cent residences or business and to make ; i f I +
struoted to Refund Price re .ty. Im L-kaarvry.-I'\ A-sMtali per kilowatt for all electric current. such other Improvements a* mar: be 0' FERTILIZEftSi?; Oy :0 t' I'I't' r
...... Thnb-M, Ce>.pl.I..t. V.. I used for lights or other purposeswith necessary upon such farm or :lots;i toencourageIn 0 t <; j ,WOOL.. t r'" : co
While :You Wait at Counter Mary rbntxr. Drtrmitmmt. r .a minimum charge of On. Hollar per any way the cultivation '
,' month, meters to be read monthly. of the soil and to assist In disposing of 0' SHINGLES e "I ;r J ., I' +

; er If Relief Does Not Come It apnp'rln., bv affidavit appended Motors may be operated at Five Cent Its products, when grown, upon themarkets : 0 ''A .0 AND' "I' '! ;. 0
to the Mil Affixed In the abovestatedcause per K. W. or at a rate of IMS per H. of ihe world, erect canneries, ,
Within Two Minutes.Delightful that Mary Thurber. the defend- I P. per month with a minimum charge and to do all other things necessary 0 ORANGE BOXES /> 0 a l I'' .+
ont therein named Is a non-resident of of One Dollar per month. All consumer to the pmanufactur same: to cut, : ,
the State of Florida and U a resident .* to be charged Fifteen Cents per fell work .), produce, buy ; o oe ALL.. ".1.OI 1' >'..
tTaste Immediate of Ashburro. North Carolina., and In K. W. u.V.t!> 100 K. W. and Ten Cent sell and deal In lumber logs, crosstiesshingles ORANGE WRAPS 0 I' -
: { f. '
over the age of twenty-one years: It peiK.. 'on excess over. 100 K. W. and all article and.. _. r 1. :-i J-yrf\ I4t
products .i___ "
used month. and by-products -- .
.Belief Quick !y rm.Up. tm therefore ordered that the Bald nonresident per manufactured 0 .
-defendant be and she la hereby i Bee. 4. A deposit of Ten Dollar or derived from, pine 0 0 COUNTRY = .. <
will be other kinds of timber to-iuy-.ell.-0e; ; VEGETABLE__CRATES .*. .
required to appear to the bill ofeomplaintfiled required of "all "applicantsforcurrent ( ) -...-.' "-- -. -- - - - ..'
rf The sensation of llio roar: In' th- In ntd cause on or before ** before same will be furnished liver and, deal In groceries: commissary 0 o : ..:
Monday, the 6th of which deposit will' be refunded to the stocks dry Roods, hardware and
drug trade ts tho two day January '
Aspironal
a 0 'PRODUcE!
all kind of CRATE NAILS .
general *
A. D. 1810 otherwise the allegation party or parties entitled thereto upon merchandise and *
minute cal l current. re- '
of Bald bill will be taKen aa confessedby 0 t : 1' '
thoritafivcly guaranteed\ by the laboratories said defendant. ,mount as may be'due by such partyor tall, and on a commission. ; to buy I { + *. / A'V\ -i.

;, tested, approvednnd mos. 'I be It published I Is further once ordered a week that this for order Fourconsecutive Installed parties.and All owned electric by meter the City:to be or raise, kind.sell and of live deal stock In cattle and and pasture-allother 0000000000000000thenoe .* . > . . 4> . . .. .. t'

', enthusiastically cndorstd by the high weeks In the Klaslmmee acquired by the City If already In lands and cattle ranges i..Ae buy own ,
t eat authorities, and proclaimed b> Valley Gazette, a newspaper publishedIn stalled. hire, mortgage, lease, sell and L
tbo- os ten times a* said County and State.This Sec. 5. All bill. for both water and otherwise deal In, and dispose of all We ell Field and C rden 'Seed. of aU kind.
effective electric current kinds of personal property; to act u f
are payable monthly
l quick and as whiskey, rock 16th day J.of.u November OVBUSTRBET, 1919. ; and If same are not paid In full within real estate brokers land agent for the We give special 1 attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. t'
and rye, or any other cold and cough I Clerk Circuit Court. ten day after presentation of such purchase and ale of real estate of all ..
remedy they have ever tried. (Circuit Court Real.) bill, or within ten day after such kinds; to establishand maintain Free'delivery in city limit "Phone- No. 12. 41.I
AH bill or bills are mailed by the water farms gardens and truck farm, tq We are for good .fertilizers. "
t drug store! are now supplied GEORGE W. FOX, and light collector the water and current raise live stock, to establish dalr* county agents. ) Ask': us for circqlarpricesy xi. ;

with tbe wonderful now elixir, so all ,Solicitor for Complainant. 49.4t. or either the water or farms, chicken, farms to erect and' ffrtiliaan.i| M t '1\: i TrVl ) | ,I ,
you have to do to get rid of that cold 14OTleIO. as the case may be, shall be ore ofl construct and operate saw mills and t t < J
k; is to step into the nearest drug store, 'I at the option of the City without further crate factories Ice factories' and cold ""
r notice, and the amount of the storage plant., and to operate thq ;tI'oJ ;boar ; T '
hand tbe clerk half dollar for bottle A fporlal' Meeting, the Btockhold' at dt'the' 'tbtu ; /
r a a unpaid bill or bills deducted from the same; to manufacture purchase sell the dl aU ed BDrew.." M. &*.
of Aspironal find tell him to s.-rve you era of the Citizens Bank of Klsslmmeewill deposit or deposits, and the balance of .and deal In fertiliser and fertlhzlnmaterials ] I of director and generally to have and Overstreet J(. M. Miller.' as
be held at the banking room at crates barrels, boxes, and. exercise such power a. may be Inclt 'I ARTICLE] VI.
two teaspoon fills with four teaspoonfuls thedeposit. If any refunded to the
eleven o'clock A. M. December 16th, I
user. material necessary for packing! dental to the business. of said corporation ] The'lilrhest amount of Indebtedn
of water ina' glass. With your 1919. The object of the meeting will Sec. I. In the event that either the fruits, .vegetables" and other farm! and of the corporation rights' or. liability to which this corporal an? "
f fIT watch in your hand, take tho drink be to consider the question of a sale water or electric current I I. cut off for products and to deal In any I powers, and privilege I ; Incidental: to!.may "O-ny,tlm* subject 'itself *h ill
at one swallow! and call for your money of the'assets, and liabilities of thebank hon payment of the bill or bill., a other supplies for orchards, grove corporations organised and ""I..tlneunll..r One .Hundred Thousand, Dollar.* tl
back in two minutes if ennnot and such other business. as may charge of ONE DOLLAR will be madeto Snd farms; to manufacture lease buy) the laws of the State of Florida Ib I I ARTICLE vii.The .- .- : .
you properly come before the said meetIng cut same In again In addition to sell farm Implements, apparatus, ; to Issue and deliver Its bond and name and residence of i he
feel your cold fading-oaay liko a dream L. H QEnOK.' the payment of all Indebtedness to the tools and machinery, traction engines! other obligations for value, and secure subscribers, hereto, and the amount of
Tv'itlun tho time limit Don't be bashful -,48-Bt. Cashier.IVOTM City and the deposit above mentionedbe and power engine and all other aril same by trust deed or -In any stock i subscribed by' them are a* f .. J
l for all druggists/ invite you and made by the applicant. cle and appliances u.In conneclloqwith manner It see fit Tb. : foreg/olna, lewla'and I the said shares herebyopposite Ir
K. OF IMTKMTION TO APPLY
and clauses shall be construed Indei- their ,
for
All ordinances or parts of ordinances necessary the proper at name are herebyiscribed b.
., expect'you to try it. EverYbOdy't/1 i FOIL J.VrTKIIH I'ATKNT.I In conflict herewith be and the cultl-Otlon and operation of farms pendent business and powers; and the for: h a,,
doing it. I I same are repealed.Unanimously fruit farm, wardens groves and truck enumeration I alrfntnte.J'e:: : business'' Bens' Drew, Orlando' 'Fla, 00
When yuii' cold or coujji is re Notice. Is hereby given that the ondersigned passed In open session ,farms; to enter Into, make, to form) or power limit or Share. tr
lieved, take the remainder of the bottle will apply to the governorof thin 4th day of November A. n. 1919. !and carry out contracts of every sort Ir..trlct In any manner!! any other business I M. M. Overstreet, Klsslmmee F
of Florida, .
the State at Tallahassee
(SEAL) H. M. BREAKER. and kind with I any person firm assoJ or power of this corporation. I tOO Shares
home to your wile and babies, for on the 16th day of December A. r>. President of Council Pro-Tern. 'elation corporation, private, public, or ARTILK IIL |Shire. Miller Klsslmmee, Fl*_ 00
Aspironal is by far tbo safest and most DIB.. for Letters Patent Incorporating Attest: municipal or body politic In furtherance -) The amount of the capital stock of ,
effective, thj easiest to take and the the Bank of Osceola County. Kls J. R. GILBERT Clerk.Approv..d of the business of this corpora said corporation shall be 'ISO.000.00 i STATE & FLORIDA )
j simmer Kla., under the following proposed this 4th day of Nov. 1919. Lion, and to do all and everything' divided Into three hundred shares of j COUNTT OF ORANGE )<
most agreeable rold end ro-i-rh, remedy charter, the original of which OEO. W. FOX., necessary to properly carry on its the par value of "00.00 per share: all ) thl. day personally appeared '
lor infants and children.-Adv.) Is now on nip In the office of the Secretary 47-6tr Mayor. bu.ln..se'to make, use and deliver It. or part of the capital stock of said i I i,fore me, a Notary Public, In and or
of Slate; of the Stato of Florida.. negotiable promissory note for any corporation may be payable In or issued i I County and State duly qualm d.
I WITNKHS our names this 12th day Iff THE CIHCUIT-COUKT. STATE, OFFI.OIIIDA Indebtedness which mid ompan or used for the purchase of property I I IB.| Drew well known to m.' to be 1he
of November. A. D. 1919.J. might Incur and to secure same by:) labor or services In such I,i,person described in 'and' who executed ...
II. ANTHONY.I. SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL trust deed, ":, such ;amounts and at such valuation thereof .the foregoing; proposed charter mid. ...
H. OKI Ml R. CIHCl'IT. O8CKOI.A COUNTY.IN manner as Its board of .rrr.e-:: Shaltsee as may be fixed by. the Board of I,who subscribed the same and h* ..eknowledged
e, (lEt). T. BINOKI.TART. CI1ANCK.lt fit; to build main taint- own and Director at a regular meeting, or a'' before me. that h* executed .
', T. M. H1VKRS. .. saw mills, planing mills, dry:, meeting; called for that purpose.! and subscribed the same for the ;
.IFOR SALE F. W. HILL.. kilns, logging machinery and appllan. ARTICLE IVf- uses and purpose therein expressed.
R. II{.._.. .C..pl.I..at;v. ce., turpentine stills The term for which this corporationshall In witness whereof I have hereunto dY
PROrOHEI CHARTER OF Aa-a e. W. ............. ..* Viet or J. for the production manufacturing.; exist hall be ninety-nine year set my hand and affixed my) official
BANK OF OSCROUA COUNTY KI8I HHaabrwht. fcer hsmb.... Defendant and commercial utilisation of all kind ARTICLE) V. seal at OrJando",Florid.,.thl. 17th day'
I 8IMMKK. FLA. of ,timber, and other forest product The business of said corporationshall of t
I It appearingby affidavit appended and by-products: : to produce, mine.] be conducted by a President, ( 0 fler8. rt.ETHEL:
und"r.lllrn-; ;; BARLOWjy
'" I The Incorporators hereby to the bill filed In the abovestatedcause manufacture, and deal In Pho.thate4mrt'l VIce-Presldent and Secretary-Trea- Notary Public, State of
associate themselves together for that Altn.I'. Humbrecht and rals and mineral oils, .urer. and a Board of Director a* the I(I Commission: t Expire Feb IT. ItSOL '
the purpose of becoming Incorporatedand Victor J. Humbrecht, her husband the and by-product thereof; to Haw ] The office of Secretary STATE OF FlXmiDAv ) '' I #
forming; a corporation under and defendants therein named are nonresidents build. own lease, control, charter and; and Treasurer may) be held by the COUNTY OF O8CKOLA ') -. ]'
,REAL ESTATE by virtue of the Law. of the State of of the State of Florida, land operate tramways, railways, engines,] I same person. The director shall beelecteby On this da appeared %e.
Florida with and under. the.following are residents of the Clt/ and County oars, vessels, and other vehicle on the stockholder at each fore me a Pub/1O In and for
proposed charter:' of Philadelphia State of Pennsylva mean of transportation of property J Jor. (annual meeting all other officer of said County and State duly qualified.
I. nia., each over the age of twenty-one: products, held owned or this corporation stall be elected in- M. M. Overstreet, and M. M Miller'
The name of the corporation shall years: it. is therefore ordered that, the by the said corporation, or oontroll"1!nually by the Board 01 Director. The well known! to me to be the persen v
F Homes Groves Farms be the Bank of Osceola County and said non-resident defendants be land sons or corporations In .". )|annual meeting. of said corporationshall described In and '. who executed theforegoing
its place of business shall be In the are hereby required to appear to{the the bulness of this corporation but no be held on the second Monday proposed ,charter, and who
city of Klaslmmee In the County ofOsceola bill of OOm In said to ,use the same for the purpose o II I In January) In each .and every year, subscribed the same. and they severally .
and LotsSPECIAL and State -of Florida.The. or before 1alntltled* 1st day falen : doing the business of the oommo) 'at such hour as ,may' be fixed bythe tat'
p City .neral'naluI.e oem"..... A.,1f .. the carrier:, to. own. operate lease, hire .i By-Law of said corporation. .but maybe they' :executed endtuboriaed b. '' a
.. 'of the business. a-atloira". of skid bll)....11I be taken a* use ana"maintain 'docks. wharves ..levetors I adjourned from time to time a* same for the ne, .and purpose tbe *. rp
to be transacted shall be that of a confessed by said defendants. I- presses, tanks, storage fad !such By-Law may provide; until the In expressed >
l General Banking; Business, with powers It Is further ordered that this order 'tie of every kind and to receive the .officers elected at the first annual In witness whereof I have hereu to'
Incident"l provided by the be, published once a 'profit and tell therefrom.and .tc meetlna; shall be ,qualified, the business set my hand and affixed my offl< lal
Statute of the Stale of Florida.. consecutive. week In the Kissimmee erect and maintain tank and" warehouses of this corporation shall be conducted seal .at Klaslramee, Florida, his 11 nd
: 40 Acre*-20 acre bearinggrove, 1 III. Valley Qasette. a newspaper published for the storage, of turp.ntln.oU. bythe following. officers:. day of October, lilt.
7-room house), deep well, for $2B,- Thee amount of the capital stock of In said County and Sfate. I rosin, cotton and other product B. Drew President; M. M. Over- Notarial Seal LEWIS O"BRTA> \ illol
aid corporation shall be Twenty-Ova This fltn. day pf October Itlf, and Issue storage, or "warehouse receipts street. Vice-President; M. M. MUler Notary' Public, State of Florida. y
000. Half cash balance terms to thousand 111,000) Dollars, to be divided (SEAL) J. L. OVE3R8TRK against the same;, to receive SecretaryTreasurer.And Commission Expires: Ft p. T, Itl!
. Into XfO shares of the par value Clerk Circuit rtBy payment for part of thai the followinghalt constitute DICKINSON DICKINSON.
of On. Hundred Dollar f100). each, < I*., R. T TTLLOCIC. rw> ut v Clerk, capital stock subscribe In mon.y the Board of Directors until thou Attorney for Ineorporatora, Orlan o. '
-- to be paid In cash. KRIBB8.; AKBRMAN --.A STEED: ; labor l or service at a Inst valnatlor-j elected at the firstannual me..tlnr Fle. 4'1t.. .

IV. Solicitor for Compla.lnantIt ,
alt.M. The term for which said corporation

hall exist hall be ninety-nine year NOTICBJ OF APPLICATION FOR TAX: ...
I. STOUT V. a
.The business of he IIBBBv
said corporation t '
.
officers hall b.: conducted by. the following" ; Notice I* hereby of even that john ir' - .0:.....,., 't!. ..
Brach .purchaser Tax: Certificate J
A
president, one or more vlo.pres.Id.nts No. 0t. dated 7th August A. D. 1'1T.
board
h a of five director, a of the saleof. the City of St. Ci_ud. ( :,'
cashier and such otfter. officer: anal 1,
FlOrldahafiled! Tax Oertineaten -
employee as the corporation may au my office and ha aid* mad application 1 ,1 + T ( 1 '1 th I' ei'.c.L Sl
,
LOOK appoint thorise. '.Tb..bor.lnat.i board?!01 olllo..nd directors 'may..em' : for with'tax law.: deed Bald to -tax Issue In acoorjnoe: y) '1. o j7 ' 1 ) J i 1

fd" L 5k terms with such power, duties and braee the. following .. St ,
of
office '
; they
a
may prescribe erty In Osceola -County' Florida :'Xo-
or a* b* provided l
may by the by-laws, wit 'a
: Lots n (l9) and Twenty '
not laws. Inconsistent' withthe Yanking 1 (10)- of,Block Ono Hundred and 11 thrllorida.ioccorehlgh I I ,r 9 ]

i*: \ rTlie shall'be VL: eleet'.J I : to plat' file St.list CJe day>ud.' f fI

to 'tiottt director* by' the of August A. t. ISOft. The said land

All stockholders.other effloers at each and I annual (meet-Ins berne assessed at the date of thelasuanco1 r M e fII .
employeehall of said certificate In the nfcraaof.
10' .." be elected annually byte Board of F. B. pORBETT. Unless said per.tldo.te I
.r Shooting $ Director The aenukl melting ot, the all red med' acooriflna
; .toel to Uaw tk den lJ souk! t ereo" on I
Tuesday: In. (anualry/ In ,eu year! | the Ith day of D.. em en. A D. 1119.Official Illlk I a
f'x U JoVnoIii theVrJt ( Neat) J L. OrE 8TRII.ET! s. !
tll
; tfhe eetedthe at III
Cis k Cir ult out. cool. County t
.
E O JrA1 a ttln T lof -i tockholderfiess Flo Ida. -6LI I
p .hall b* 4-1
qu llltd.ithn' busljcondu of aid IIII

corporationshallll / a ado I OTi OF .NEWs,, ALEJ III i rMlIII
l: <|wln-nimeA ffi ers. f 7 ';> >i -. _i : .r T
,J. R. Anthony President; In the'Circuit' Court, In'and forJOo- I ff 1;.
Jk Oeo. T. Slng-sftary', First' Vice-Presl oeola County, Florida. Judson Bl ok, f 't.I' vI
dent '
f *Dr.: *. .MJ v-River- .Jleoin4 ;rice-creel.:) plaintiff versus..of Mary the estate J. Prentls of Jams, { assdminlstratrix y sf (

1 :' dent;: W. Prentls. deceased, et ails q Ill f < t.
FRESH $RUIT "defd1 sa tlllli :y
L. H. Oeds-e Cashier i
; ants. Foreclosure of
Mdrtg-aa-e. VTo
\ ;
I and J. R. Anthony, deo. T. Aln< i f
: .... : : l>r. T. >M> Director.w River F W. Hlll, v and, .L,.. 7 Netloe I I. hereby,given, that asspecial I } ,

i' L' : fl 'Fl'SHrand H." Oedge, VIII. I.above, ma.t.stated"*duty cause,."polntedl "the In first ihe ., f ;

; \ The highest amount of Indebtedness day of December, 111*, that' being- a
; or other liability to -which the saidcorporation legal sales day and between the
j .' shall at any time subject hour of legal sale In front of the
U-rs Itself shall be a* limited and denned Court House door In Klsslmmee. 0.
!t ; : ai by'Section 1711. of the General Statutes' c laC.untywFlorida. otter ,for .sale *,
/ <. of the State ot 'Florida .* IX! best t(bidder,? fo h.' the "felloprlns; l "I 1ii l ", a
The name and residences e *nbcrlber d .crjbei I real a* tile property ' : : :
: E.50'Brwa'; ** and the mount qofs Eapltal o thp" 'eat, of er.f Jaime* W. pr..ntl. X 4)' 'lf ol',1''
, ,. y \sabserlbed sfcyTeacK. ari'-' is folJ deceased! as{tor by final'decree' ofsaldJCovrt . 4; . .
; oY."i; .. I 4 / i ; Ib'" to. above cau"e t6-wlti ,., '1'1'"."
.
"E'BIt Betln Ing) at the> Sduthwfet'corner '
FISH l' ki KE NAMI. > NCIII -- SHARES e( Section II >f Township. South. .. 'I' . '<.., ""I :.
J. K.
Anthony, Jacksonville. Rang 10 EasC, thenoe run due Northto 5t'
.. .. ,)a. .--,..-_.....-_-;-;__..r Fifty ..60Go low water mark on shore of lako 't4 '
'-V T.' Slna-eltary, Kl.sim- known as Fish Lake. run. thence-due t't'S It'' .( .I'. t.
..... .. ___. Fifty SO East StO, feet thence
------- ; South to South '
f": M./GIDFIe. .. KUslmme line of said i.ctlo"", thence West, ISO :tJ' 9' cutting1,.loosr.'joy'us..
,PUM Grad b.6to'I" D.yd I ..___.. FlttJ'':10, feet to place of beginning purchaserto J. every
J Ti agistsnlirdser,U PAZOpngrioqT L. Klssimmee. F la.. Fifty'.lIjI. pay' for deed - ,remarks, time you; flush your E &
fins .
'./0 o==VV leah..lIIlDd__. __ I.china,Bleedln.w Prauedlol Pi-.. F, \V. Hill Narcoossee,' Fla Fifty,.18. i Klaslmmes' .Fin MILTON.. Oct. 19 PLBDCIBR., It It. "?;, e, t 14 T ;{, smokespot with Prince Altert-it hits1; .
'
; ., !\..........__ tJM a nt.ovlle.tlasy0 FIb'-can STATE COUNTY! OF OF FLORIDA, )) ;. 4-Jt. Special Master \ k you so fair and square.,It's a scuttle full of jimmypipe '" r

M Before, .me the undersigned Notary roTiCB' or' INTENTION' TO APPLY and makin's sunshine and "
cigarette aasatis..y-:
i;, Subscribe fort; thi''V'aUeyf'Ga/ett.", ,Public In ,and doe the .State. of Florida FOR LETTERS ,
,at' Large, per.onallr.ap".ar.d J. R PATENT. ing as it is delightful every hour 'of''the twraty-fouH)'I! M *A

'Anthony T.H. Notice is hereby given that th.1In. ; -.,. .., 4 ..,.. I ,
(StATrFAIR'LVISITORSI: ; I ; alL.to.me Rivera. 'F. well W. Hill no..n."and, and U .H.known Oeda-o"to Sidney dersla-ned will Governor apply ,to of Honorable the -State it's never too late to hop into the Prince Albert" pleasure-: "

c.;. tj..' .;;, .....,WlLI. sum c and me who to b. executed the Individuals the foregoing described pro.poeeel .In- of the. 4th rfit.T day December.::****. Florid, on r pasture !I' For.. P. A.is: ;trigger-ready: to/ amok: U 'tnore'. .

I County Charter-and each the'being Bank. duly'of Oacwla sworn MILLER letters 4k.COMPANY ntoto be issued under IYiuct the.fol-;- I ,tobacco ',runT than' yOu' every bad in your cat er.;) .

HOTEL : l"lftl freagsozli severally. aeknowleda-ed: that h4 exe lowing; proposed Article. of Incorporations That's because* & the quality" *: t/w .t' -
cuted the ssme for the uses and parposes .. : ; : f ,
1 therein ? +
=.-WITNESS expressed.WHEREOF.f > . BENJSi ;DRE iknow Prince write%it'down ' '
I hare you'll
'g ; ;: .". Quick as I
set "
hand
my and-affixed
it.: *A'een.les1', "}liar;t. ;Mow.. 'Me-aer Notarial. Do aI, 1919.tbl. JJthcI.'of., Ngvem-: .myerA. that P i' tbi g e parch your-throat;\ t ti

;k: 1.rick bonding U b.art.1. -..... sad ( ) '. "03. N.j tW( dl 'bof..t.1 [ : ON. And 11,1 'orrn irJ vo patented process'it

'iJ.;. i autrict.: 'Hot. aoiSi. seJ4 wstig Notary Public, State, of Florida.: an ; ; paso- 1 < tit Ian , alls tongUel'T.wftJ '
= iOoerwolsaleti : cuts ou Tt7lt ypur
!4 "'": .. .. .'lree March 14. elate .- hiY" .
. {. "" 9 7s3; t. i I .. n -' t-it: poee of forming and beginning a corporation .
..i .. + l ,t ;;' WI'.f.,
LtMecghwf.. bb.,i aftractM-, .- r under the Laws ef the State a-tKt 1 iA: '; .

?'lor*.sunny;.... .a 'jl.ia:;' s.i4rtsll{. \. rt. '" ..Jf.". .Al'fC"' ," "- ;!'J;, of Florida, and do .hereby, ado. *.-... ....., ., .1\\ N XVi ST: Ifase l.-A- . ", ,
eervioa ,r laree>n- :: YIeda best ; _ AnJOrdlnance Relatlnr to the'U.. 'of the ,;Article .of our Incorporation; \ .McM'e'+ I. : ,
,.C6udytR4rwinsl {adjgio4y. ..1.60 WaterIand\ .Ldghatla-th., City.:'of ART.CLIiIL .. '", ,'I '
: \ liciselmmee : "" R..1. Toby Wiiuton-Salom :N G. 4
v, ;
Florid,, and Regulating The4'name' of this corporation shall Reynold : : Company, : ,
"; j jay ": 'f" ;!. , the Paymeat therefor and Providing, be DaIf.VrU.1IIR'> *V 'COMP x107!and. ..

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My! Thursday evening; at The Inn'', : :
the homo of Mrs J. W. Evans, and at DOLLAR LIMIT STORE : r
the same time netted a neat sum' ,
: for the treasury of the aid society. 1,
: The public, was- invited to a pie social ,
Cook'Stoves and and the pies were not lacking e fP.
when the people arrived. The pie, :
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represented an unfamiliar appearance
however and when cut at five
cents a piece for' children and ten +
l'' cents for people these pies '
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One large pie, "for men'only,'* con ,
y t tained lead pencils, chickens and one "
111 turkey. This was drawn by George r '

Lathrope.With the turkey was a- note to the
-He'aters 'effect that the man who drew, the tur-
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'I (dinner Indies ;'of the church at a Christmas of Staple Articles( that you will be needing.: '

Mesdames J. W. Miller A. M ,

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.. I evening' refreshed their guests with "
: j both oil and wood. Prices right. hot meal chocolate rocks. sandwiches\ and oat we are selling

- .. About one-hundred people-took--ad-.. -. .. '
vantage of the general invitation to
the social. Rev. Gresch, a processor
at Rollins College, who is supplying I ,
Merchandise I IA
the pulpit at, the Presbyterian church 'Staple
C. H. GRANTHAM, me Sot.roctOrJI SIo.- 'during the time it is without a DBS-
''tor, 'motored down from Winter Park ;
,,for the event. lie was accompanied
by Mrs Gresch. .

MRS. GEORGE GARDNER f Few Words About Our Piece' Goods Department,

I ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGEA Wool Serge, in all staple colors, yard____$ 1.25 Cotton Bed Ticking, yard ---------j.- .30 'f, ':'
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N I Osceola Hardware Co. new bridge-club; was organizedin ________________ .30 I
Cotton Flannel) yard
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Kissimmee recently, having for its Ticking yard ___________. .48 \ 4
[members Mesdames Howard Ander- -
,son, Harry Piano, J. D. Woodbeck, Outing, in all color, yard ________:-___ .35 'J'!

Located on Kif4siIt1l 1ee's L. H. Ingram, Roy Starblrd.bias- Gardner, Nan Frezell and ( :Mildred Yard Wide Bleaching'yard ____________ .35 "..
BUSIEST CORNERWhoopla Turville.
I It hag been the custom of this club
4o to enjoy the afternoon at this pleas Unbleached 'Muslin, yard, 15* and______ .25 Best Grade Dress Ginghams, yd. 35c and .45 ,I II
II ,ant game on Monday, and on this f r
\ ,.week Mrs. George Gardner was hostess -
entertaining at the tea room. J.I
Tlie tables arranged for the group 0.{ Ready-- Wear Department: _ TChildren's .
Tell kiddies that the Skates have cornel We have players were decorated with cut flow- ,
the just
got- erg, roses predominating, and lovely Union Suits, suit 85c and1.00 Wool Nap Blankets, pair u____________ 5.00
ten in a pile of Skates as high as-Well, as high as-a pile of Skates. pink .roses in a cut glass bowl centered -

We can make boys and girls happy now so come on. The price I the large dthing table where the Ladies Union Suits __________________ 1.50 .I
M of these new skates are no higher than last year, which is doing lunches were served at the close of Comforts, each ___________________ 3.50 .r.
\ the afternoon. This included a deli-
.pretty well considering tM: way things have gone up. cious fruit salad with whipped cream Ladies Shirts, long sleeve _______x.____ .75 ",
THE GRAND ASSAULT. [served with sandwiches, cHocolate, S la
Did you hear the heavy /firing all around town yesterday morn- land after dinner mints. Crepe de Chine Waists in all colors, each 4.98
Outing Gowns for -ladies each________._ 1.98
ing) That was our local Nimrods making a grand assault upon the I| In addition the members of the
'and that Kissimmee is located in the midst of the club Mrs. Gardner had for her guests
% game Happy Hunting proves Grounds. The Osceola Hardware furnished much Mrs Mrs. C P.'C.'Iluttortf. 'N. Paver, Mrs and S.Miss H. Bullock Marion, I Cotton Blankets, pair________ u______ 3.50Men's Voile Waists, each ____ u__1_________ 1.25 ", .

l .of the Ammunition that the hunters are using. We have a large Porter. I
stock of the choicest makes. I Mrs J. I)'. Woodbeck will he hostess '

4 S , SHOUTING FOR STOVES.It at the next Regular meeting. I Underwear ,i -'::11

has turned a lot cooler lately and folks are beginning fo( call I' .
KISSIMMEE STEAM LAUNDRY Balbirggain, long and short sleeves each Kakhi Overalls, pail ,. ., 1.9S I
for heating stoves. Fortunately 'we 'are in a position to supply their ---- -? ---?--- : -

t needs. Tell us what you want and we will attend to it promptly. I CLOSED DOWN THIS WEEK _____.__ 1
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s II MAPS GIVEN AWAY FREE. The Kissimmee !Model Laundry garment. :- Pen Checked Pants, pair _,.____14.______ )1.98 ,
I?* Would you like to"have an up-to-date map of Europe as it is closed its plant on Wednesday and

now divided by the League of Nations? We have some nice colored the its former tender mercies patrons of will the now few'be colored at- Men's Heavy Weight Underwear, garment .98 Sweaters for men, each $1.50 to_.____., 7.00, "
map of this kind that we give to our friends. Call and get yours. women who still consentto take : ;
,* $ $ * $ $ I In washing, until the plant is sold or
rented to some one who will operate

I OUR OFFICE DOG IS ANGRY. ,I it.The laundry was not closed for A Few Words in Regard to' Our -

t Growl Number One. I lack of patronage, Mr. A. F. Kritz, .
; the owner, states, but because of his '
Shoe
Gashum and Susette have crowded Department
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('advancing and ottier"business ,
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out of this '''space altogether too long. interests which require his time and r \
I'm going to come:back if 1 have, t to attention. He has offered the' plant ,We have the .most complete stock of shoes we have ever',had,':and
' for sale, but has been unable to find ,'
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x ,Growl Number Twp., I 'A,, laundry in Kissimmee is now 'a -., '
necessity, and it is hardly probablethat .Men's Dress Shoes, guaranteed leather_$ 6.00 :enuien Army k Shoe, made by Endicott., :
"I I Gashum and Susette peep .- '' <:* >
warn to our progressive citizens will be 'v "P ;
ti" out of'this space awhile, or rIJett) something , content to remain without one for Box toe or English. Johnson, pair r__UHLiVJU: I74JO i iIT \

4, about them next week.Hardware. .. aby, extended'len&1tl: ,,of time. t I I -' 'J n I
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i + PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Velvet ooze Shoe, all leather pair_______ 2.98 I Misses English :Walking Shoe tan and black. 4.00. :

Rev. W.'H., Dresch, Ph. D. ? Every pair of shoes made by.Endicott.Johnson ShoerCq./.we.guar-f '$
!: iOs ; Go 10a. m. Sunday .school.and adult ,' : ,
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( )> . . . 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor So- them This -list holds good ,
"" ciety but con't.melttlolt all. price Mtttll ,Janu
no'Instruction.: ' topic, "How we may Practice , -
Pis ,REAL'ESTATE, Thanksgiving." ? REFERENCE.?
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r % STUDIO AT Small ,Fa.i1at'u Residences 7:30 p. m.. Wednesday, prayer m

..Residence I 'of 'Mr*. A.' M,>Moseley, a Specialty. meeting' at the is church. rXREErfMij[ : r
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Revival services at I the MethpdJst\ ,
church, every'day, '! at 10 a, m., arid ,.1 "
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