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: December 12, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00937
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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SCHOOL. LUNCH' :ROOM is ,,0-: iJUN.fERS' :PARADISE ( BOARD OF 'TRADE: FAVORS .




A POPULAR INNOVATION v f "itt+ 'GROWING OF 'SUGAR' CANE

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!>'| The hot lunch for school children tie folks who made little noise and I More sweetness forHhls ,ect1-;;: -amount: The Federal government

project which' is sponsored by the no confusion In spite of their xhaste the route of local production was the might then be induced to take a hand '

,(4'Mothers.'' Club '.of .< Kissimmee, Isno\ to On taste'accountof'what is their'In'store else for'father them. '
,:,."|longer:! an.'experiment' is nowancstablished / lack of. size"' the small children find Friday evening, and after a thorough The funds might be .xpeDded...'.j: '
:. \ fact.;. :The first month, their 'table ready served. Tuesdaythe : discussion 'of the :situation. It seemed bounty for every pound .of sugar x '
w. the, crucial period, when everything piece de;resistance wa sa servingof the consensus of opinion that Os- grown or in some other satisfactory. y
t{ must be "tried out,". has been an un delicious vegetable soup with two ceola could profitably grow her manner.
questioned' success,and proved that a slices of bread, when this was .eaten sugar' and syrup supply. There was jio question as to whether
nutriclous r lunch could be served forten the-dishes were. replaced 6n a table Messrs. Stanford. Steed, Lawson canecould be grown here and y
cents, provided., the, patronage for that purpose and the youngsterslined and Willion all made interesting the only serious*enemy tot. culture'
.was sufficient, for. the, overhead ex-I Ipenu -up before a table where, ice talks favoring the. growing of a seems to be a worm that enters each
-' i* practically the same, cream cones were filled with tempt greater acreage of this crop and ad- Joint of the stalk Mr:.Wilson\ call
.. er fifty or two hundred are Wh.th.1 In ice cream. vanced unanswerable arguments in ed attention to the fact that this die.<
The room In the old Baptist church They left the building by another r ; its, behalf. ease came from Cuba and that judging '
building>I.' well-adapted the purpose -I exit which prevent any confusion., .t 'a { The facts were brought to light from the fact that we continueto
- ,' for the many windows give it with the lines from the more advanc.; S w that 'a considerable amount of cane obtain most: of our 'sugar. from
plenty of sunshine and air. The long! ed grades which were arriving about is now being grown here and is con- Cuba- that section must have some
1 J J.,;: white covered Sables, with their this time., __ verted into syrup or sold on the effectual way. of fighting the grub .
(; bowls of ,flowers,' and the comfortable -I' There were more' than a hundred: stalk. Most farmers have small The board of trade 'went on recordas
'. benches where even the tiny tots of these 'pupils and a half dozen a.. patches on their places and the New greatly favoring. the developmentof
tlave no trouble to reach the floor I teachers wqp came to. the room for 'Eden Plantation makes a specialtyof the sugar, industry.here and May
1&I' speak a pleasant half hour when the' their lunch. cane growing 'A group of. grow or' Steed was made chairman of acommittee"
"' "patrons of the lunchroom rest and The line passed by the serving table era living near Campbell stat on,. are 'to gather ''data ''on the
:i,' enjoy the delicious viands prepared -in orderly file, then on to any ta. : also giving cane growing some at- subject. On the committee ,with him i{
\ ly the supervisor, Mrs. W A. Steed, ble where they wished to sit. The tention. are J. MJ; Willson, Jr.,. V. Pi Keller,
t and her assistant, Miss Nell Best groups of diners seemed entirely Mr. Willson' recommended that A. S. Nelson, and J. Wlnstanley..
; Last Tuesday a representative of ; congenial .and the social feature of farmers be encouraged to double the These gentlemen, wilt\ ascertain how
, the Gazette was Invited l to be present this splendid lunchroom where order Yk acreage grown, and other men present 'much sugar cane is now grown in h,
;; at the noon hour, and the sight reigns and courtesy prevails must thought the situation warranted Osceola county, what soil is best
i; was -well worth the effort;, for not be an important factor in the training quaddrupling the amount. 'adapted- .to its culture where seed
one sad face entered the room, but of the younger, pupils. MAfyillson suggested that it may be obtained,' and f other fac/r
; smiles radiated like sunshine'' on a'' The lunch Tuesday consisted of a would be a. paying Investment to financially 'that would be of'value'to any'one i'
.I ..summerday. delicious vegetable soup, hot, rich support the sugar Industry Interested In' the ,proposition.
' ., One member of the Mothers' Club and well flavored. Mrs. Steed, who by possibly bonding the county for Another feature'' of the' Friday ,
/f-. ''was stationed at the door and the has made home economics a special r $1,000,000. then asking the state of night meeting was'" a report by Mr..
f pupils paid their ten cents for the study, has worked out her problemsto Florida to appropriate the same (Continued on )Page Three.), '
'' regular lunch as they came in. In give each lunch about 2,600 food . I.....:
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'event a second helping is desired it ,calloriea, for that is the amount .- .
must be paid for. at the regular scientists agree is required to nourish
,1" of milk be the growing child. Of course I
price and. "glass might average. GREAT FUN IS PROMISED T .'
.had for five cents. lit is well known that active children
, First came the pupils 'of the '-primary may require more than this amount,
.- department of the schools lit- Continued on Page Three.> ,

.. h a ykA SCHOOL( BAZAAR SAT.. NIGHT !


CONTRACTORS WILL BEGIN
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I One of the most amusing enter Stewart Martha Ordas, Millie Par: ''
:' MAMMOTH BUCK BAGGED BY CONGRESSMAN W. J. SEARS, L R tainments which will be given in tin, Elizabeth Mae Matherly )la...,

:: RULKHEADING WORK SOON FARMER AND J. H. PRATHER. (Kissimmee this winter is the High tha Hodnett Carma Johnson Etelka
. . . School bazaar to be held tomorrow Stroup Louise Barber i
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. I evening for the benefit of the High The ninth grade booth will be
," SEARS FARMER AND PRATHER School paper, and other social acti designated as Toyland. with Mis
.\ vities. Lucile Beall In charge: Assisting: ;t
The construction ;lice- Lupfer said today: "We expect to
company ( the bulkhead at The bazaar la in the nature 'of a her will be: Rose Edwards, Nellie w
'loney & Lupfer, whicL! signed the begin operations on
' contract with the city council last the earliest opportunity, probably BRING I DOWN MAMMOTH BUCK midway, with booths where- fanciful Woodall, Margaret Bronson, Gladys i i
,: week for the bulkheading of a section within the next two weeks. Dock i and useful articles will be offered for Griffin Lauretta Snodgrass,. Johnnie
|sale. It to the intention of those in Bronson, Kathleen Tiller. Frances
of the lakeshore' of Tohopeka- construction will be the point'where I Congressman Joe Sears, L R. Far- pounds, which is said to be about as charge of the event to furnish a very Van Duzer, Millie John.onF.., S.
, in Itsplans and it is immaterial to us I
liga Ialo.tne- time putting we begin
I. returned home deer in this state. '
of mer and J. II. Prather large as grow {complete assortment of small articles Ledbetter, Uly .Chapman, and'Lewis
which dock. Unless the shipment .
and it is ,
in highly
operation !
last Friday night from a hunting As to who fired the fatal shot is a which would be appropriate for Campbell. ', *
probable that the actual work will motors are delayed we hope to have' of Whittier, mooted .question, each of the three
in the vicinity Christmas In
trip gifts. the home economies -, The tenth grade 'will dispense eon--
be within the next twoweeks. barge completed and operatingin
in our
progress with them the largest hurtters generously awarding this booth <
months. This will be bringing : home made delicacies fettl. Miss Cooper, assisted by Em.,
of
. I a couple buck that has been killed. in the honor to another than himself. It will he sold. ily Sandefaon. Thelma Sutton LillIan ,
.. The bulkhead and docks, both the in case the machinery reaches here leaked out however that all three of
,
of'course." county this season.This | There will be a minstrel with the Harris will beta charge of this":
commercial and pleasure, are to be promptly deer is said to be one that them fired several shots and that the customary black face artists, and feature. *
il") of reinforced concrete. The company I The contracting companyhas a.. has been outwitting the hunters deer was hit several times. As Mr.Sears other clever stunts, and plenty of The eleventh grade is preparing a "
its limit of 400 days in which te com-
setting yardsimmed
Intends up hereabout' for several years, a num- Was using a shotgun he could jazz music. Japanese booth which .will be
presided
lately on the vacant lot south of the plate the work in event in there is noway.. ber of ahots having been fired at him distinguish his bullets, which he cutout I I The entire student body of the high over' by Misses : McClendon.
insurmountable obstacles the
Waters & Carson Grocery Com- but none were able to bring him and is showing as proof that he 'school and the faculty will lend their Irene Milton Maggie Mae McCranie
pany's store, and here the forms will down until he came within range of made-a hi- This editor can only testify efforts toward making a great success and Wilma Marshall. ?

.' be made and Messrs.other. work carried' and onToday -J.Earle .- MOR '. FARM LOANS I these invincible nimrods. After be- as to the 'toothfiilness of the of the. bazaar. Miss Almenia The Seniors are preparing' three,
Mkloney ing dressed the carcass weighed 125 venison. Leitner is directing the event and booths. Misses Edith Miller GraceEleanor
Lupfer weat to Tampa with' FOR THIS VICINITYThe . . ,
the following !. Mothotf .
- Graves Ruth and
I } a eeteag Campbell,
.the expectation of selecting a
I. : portion the following 1* a Hit of those who Ethel Johnson will be in
of the machinery needed for thedredge. Kisslmmee National Farm are responsible for certain feature.of a Christmas booth; in the fans
OF AMERICAN
The motors to operate themachinry LOCAL POST
Loan Association: is having a record ( the entertainment and sale: work booth Misses Grace 1 Gilbert'
will be three in number J
r l di.. year' foil it has issued the third call ," Student manager Miss Cornelia Alpha Westfall Freida Schweikart., ?
and must from the factory{ '
come for an appraiser to approve applications Lancaster lights, C. H.* Summers, and Helen Reed, will wait on the patrons -,
rect.The: for farm loans. assisted by Robert T. Trimble; mus ; and white booth In charge of
much company of the has material already to purchased be used In response to the last call, appraiser LEGION COMPLETES ORG'NThe ic, Murray Overstreet; minstrel Mr. Misses Louise Hess Matti. Stanford
George L. Feure is expectedto Basford and Miss Helen Bass. Margaret Kenton, .and Alberta r.
in the It has of
concrete. a car cement I
arrive at time and look Minstrel show .
any over Murra1"Ov.rltreet, Anderson. '
sand .
and rock'to on hand and here expects the day. The the farms where loans are desired- C- H. Summers, John Graham Joe Miss. Hough, aided tjr Misses Margaret : +
reach from.Interiachen.nd any There, are< six applications in. this charter members Sears, Bryan Simpson Donald Mc- Lesley Millie Partln, and Dor-;
aandwill the of the
which marked
come group amounting.to $12,000. enthusiasm poshPost Kay. Hollls Link and Frank Wood. will the homer-
at
"' 9thy Miller preside
? the rock'was'purchased' throagh'W.Fuller The funds received from previous organization of the William>T. Mak- Commander, Lee McLean. all. economics booth.hisses -..
L'B.; ,.of Tampa.. loans this ,..ar. have been received inaon. Post of i the American Legion Vice-Commander, A. C. Bailey of Back Drill-EttaMae Suhl.Velma MalT Spl.r..L..pecuI Bch I
i_! The' barge will be built here as and are ,now being expended in developing Is 'in- no -wise diminishing, and already StT Cloud. Wilson,' Elizabeth Parker,'. Agnes weikart Etelka, Stronp and Dorothy .
..-< <**ooa as the >Florida@ Crate and Lumber ': farms in the immediate the officers are at work for 'Adjutant, Marion Farmer.: McLaughlin.-Zelma Bronson Margaret Wells- will represent merry'' ;;dews,
.
fills the order. This the personal benefit',of their 'fellow Post Treasurer Albert Bearden. "
company vicinity of this city, Winn Lelia McCranie Winni. who will distribute confetti-
dpnill operates at 'Rosalee,, bat. has. Itsquartem"at"Kissimmee. ". The 'Fedea al? foam come through member Post Historian. J. C. Schmidt.: fred Donning, Katherine McKay. The bazaar will occupy the-vaeant. '
.. --- - the Federal Loan Bank, of Perfect harmony pervated Thursday Post .Master-at-Arms: Leon Fen- Kathleen Duke and
Columbia
Cleckley. ,Norma. and lot: at the corner of'''Broadway
,- The .Singletary _mlll .at Campbell S. C.,,.and are advanced; for a period .evening's meeting, and the boys nellExecutive Ruth Davis : Posslel avenue The attractions 'will.
:.. ,: station. will supply lumber for forms.V of; 'thirty 'years. at 6V4 per cent In-' were'unanimous in desiring to 'make Committee, Dr. H. D. Fashion'' Show-Higgle Mae Mc be open to the public at 7 o'clock. a/. .
Speaking of .the .bulkhead Mr. terest.I this the best ,post, in the state of Geiger, Dr. Simpson, M. B. Carson Cranie Alberta .Anderson 'Lillian' m. .
Florida. This spirit was partially Harry ,Williams.and John _Wilder. <,.'
: due to the able manner in which the 'MembenlJames' R. Matheney '
' meeting was conducted by M. B. Sheldon Johnson, Roy C,' >Graves, ;
: MAKING IMPROVEMENTS AT Carson, who'' was asked by Poet Warren: Quirk .F. ,.M.' Bass, BC.. NEW ERA: CONFERENCE t..u
\ Commander McLean to preside. Mr. Bryan, G,, B. .Munn,,Raymond Bear-. .
,) 1 Carson has had 'experience along den Dick'''Evans.. Lee Hobbs,. this 'line and succeeded in inspiring Shearouse,'. C 'A? Rich Don Seaver,
,
LIGHT AND WATER PLANT every one present with the true. sentiment Ro Prentis,';P.' W. Stroud. Paul E. :
to of th occasion. Godwin, Sam' Prather-. A.:;Hughjr, THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ,
,
Nathan Bryan acted as Adjutantin Joe Taylor Roy. Starbird,; J. Nathan -

---"- .... the absence or Marion Farmer, Bryan, Lee' Rogers Robert ..
' '' ; who is out of town' on his wedding Smith Joe Butler.5.J,'' C. Buckles: -! .
', plant': ception'of the arrival of the oil'tankcar. -" Fred C. 'Larder, E. CDullenberyt; M. A; New 'Era Conference and Men's KISSIMMEE MAY "FLY HIGrT' l'
buI'placethf. 1
,. '' Melt tor'exten.lv.1 .- This I. at time tri.b .
expected any { 'outstanding feature of the C. Dupont, Bradley Harris, r Bill Ashton Rally.wlU be heldat Klsslmmee next "
f.alteration.' have been wheel 'the .new. era will- begin ;.t the constitution and by-lawsadoptd' by Guy Stroup, 1 Tom Arnold Marvin Thursday Dec 18. This is ,for the EVERY. TUESDAY
increase its efficiency, plant-. Drfggers W. JSteed. Everet and churches i 0'(0; \
! i the post, are: %* ,; local 'nearby' : Presbyterian '
.and at the same. time }reduce the" cost ,The membership the' William T. Hansel, P. J..Johns,Joe Johnston N. ;,U., S. A., and has for its pur. Klssbnmee people' -had an 'oppor;
'of operation. I HON.; W., J. SEARS ADDRESSED Maklnson Post,shall';.be : limited to D. Parson,< Robt.:,.M.' Angas, and'lien : pose the explaining of'the. New Era tunity-to "fly high" on Tuesday :of'
\.1 ; 4:Supt..'Joiner has been installing THE 'TAMPA ROTARY' CLUB 600.' Any Osceola county soldier, Hansel. . Movement, and the \objectives,for this week for the Orlando 'Air Service .i. ,
} the fine new 220 KW.:,,engine which Congressman Joe:Sean:of" Ki sim- s.i1orfnd marine or' those who have The first work in behalf" of its all local churches, Company sent a plane .b.... to.
Is. ;an exact, duplicate of the large been honorable1 discharged from these member undertaken by'; the Post. Speakers in attendance will be make commercial flights ." .
,one now in ace. 'This will double'the mee Club,,on\adressed'"Florida theTanipa,' Past Present Rotary and departments of the '.U4 S. .Arm,..,',is will be'connection Vwith insurance' Rev. W. F.' Weir, D. D., secretary of The machine, was a. Curtis, and .
amount of' generated tthe' Future" during the ,weekly luncheon eligible to membership. '' ' ; and allotments. It, will be providedwith the assembly's committee on Men's was in charge 'ef' Johnnie Johnson.,
plant .and' enable it. to. furnisht a"theDeSoto hotel I -yesterday noon. \ The officers shall 'be a / commander the necessary:.blanks'' used In Work, Chicago; Rev.' Geo. H. Mack, who.is known to be one of the. best; I
'power for most'. any"'proportion that John:F. Parker' of Rockford. IlL. ,, vice-commander, "chaplain :connection' with converting 'wat' risk D.-1)- District.:N 8W" Era Secretary, ftyri.Jft..Plorida..or..uJ'Whe.: ... ;Thai -
Wt Is .out' 'up to it. founder"' .of the 'Rockford Rotary. historian} J master-at-arms. adjutant, Into 'regular.;, government ", Insurance N.Sbvl11t1.enn.., Dr. W, B.' Wither. fact that he bas never been in a' eeivious '
Vit- ..;. .!f. now' supplying the' PhillipsJLumb Club, also favo" -the .meeting with treasurer, and an executive committee and will look after allotments. ;if, thaturvice ., and others. Stereopticon -' accident will be aa assurance to r'
*; r v Company with 10 horsepower '- a brief, talk. "-- '-' of: five members is.desired.; address, upon .the. New. Era those i'whOy, contemplate. i,,making 1 nee'
and the
daily soon a new '
ae -
wss' Introduced Geo. The {annual meetingof the 'post In: Instancessoldier* subscribed at. night.: of the air service. -
-ready \Mr. Sears' .by many'
unit is for which' be
: use, win -
shall, be held the first Thursday The will be 'represented.) .
on for bonds 'but have Pregrssav company
R. McKean, chairman of, the day as Liberty :
1tA'a: few days.now.wlU increase the ; ,
iii amount'; by, that much ''more. > one of his former school mates. 'Mr. night'In May" at 8S0. aid weekly Dot received the 'certificates, the-post 10:00.' ''Worship..10SO. locally by:.S.',"L.'"Lnpfer,'Jr.'whowill' .
' meetings:shall be'held on Thursday will take' 'to obtain '.the The Calendar Program and book-orders.
>, ,Maloney/ Lnpfer Company; 'who Sears stated that. there is not another steps proper ithe'',landinr-
evening 'at that hour. A ,, 'will be at' ;sr
state In the Union 'making a.wond.rful recognition of.the bonds., the' Group Plan. < plane
. .
the maybe
,- -las: contracted for 'bulkhead of ; "
-A special meeting of the post field 4ach,:Tuesday prepared for any: t.,
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'Florida. 11:00. 'Address-The Call to the
Lake: Tohopekallga, will use dity progress now as' The post will stand l ready,,to aid -
caued concerted action of be desired.' *
the .
telectricity to operate'Its dredge. This He told of his efforts In'the PMt to three members by ; .the executive dependent:families who,, h... lost Church In. the New Age,*>Dr.: Mack- trip: that'may;' ,
of
twill: require .current of about', p 188: get; this.tate recognised.: aa a, summer committe'or by:the written request their support in the war>There have '11:30. Local.Church' ,' .Objectivesand STATE' POULTRY SPECIALIST 1\.
and special : Quotas.' ,. '
resort summer .
instances
given
norse ; .. ; been where each families .
power.
'); .'Supt' -Joiner v has-T .W. the ,assUfanee .rates bv .the railroads. 'ai was of-shall six mmbers. Fifteen at members_ thesemeetings' were ignorant of the fact that they: 12:00. '? Loach.; ", WILL BE HERE RaT WEE .Y. '!tD. ;
constitute
this ',week of A." N,,,8IDItJa. 'of.Sriev'Pa California ;Now.,that Florida,18' be- aouoroum might: ha..', government aid.: TheN t:00.: Conference Period.. .
must be
and notice published Tallahassee.. !
the known summer resort In' ,Family,Altars, .Stewardablp, MeaV / W, Sanbourn. of tJ.1.
; who represents com coming aa a-,, in is probably jur neb family 'Ose.ole .
.winter resort he at least five"days .previous Increase, Missionary. Ednca. State poultryspecialist, ,is expected i1.'J'II1f4'; :..'
pany1.trCllII'whleb\: :'engin.'wa as -well'asps spokeof county,*DOt should 1 fthere.be.!the .
the Gasetteand, SV Cloud 'Tribune.All lion week.
,, 'r PurChued.Mr.. SmHh's mission was the incomplete railroad fo14.newhleh : pest will lend Us influence to secure Church Papers lien's). Work to risft, Osceola county next /u. " ,
T, 10.thal:'everythlngrwa* properlyInstalled +< forgot tO-inclnda::Tamp.8t. the'" details of;the organization the proper aid, ''In fact it is an or etc... H. will arrive on Monday, the-lMh.... "If
before the nchlne"was putt Peteraborg Fort Myers; Orlando shaU'tve Yefendrrtar'7the; 'executive ganixation for the benefit' of'soldiers AtBuppsror.ea1nfHoerr"AddressThe' !: -look-over-the-8ltuatioa >-_H uwUllikely *
.t. work. i.1'* 'fVL/ :," Palm Beach and. Miami in,naming committee., which ,has been, .TestedJrtth and will solve that Chorea and Her .peak.at several pobta (D the .\ '
T h .help any.problem "
*J.;(-Jenldw, of ''Jacksonville,) was some'of' the, ie.rt centers of the power o .d. arises in this:connection.; Men Dr.,.W.ir.,? eonnty fa the Interests olment ,the depart .f ,
'c' bee'.at: the same* time-to complete Land:of4Flowsra.Be, '. urged more .; Capt> K..W.Msfld.jod'wu(: .a1ectedto 01 Stereopticon Address; ConditfoosOversess he irepreeenta.' i u.,, '.,
\, ,the,Installing of the oil burning mao advertising and condemned knocking honorary -'membership: in the ti. and at Home., Dr;:flack ". His work here to fa.eoueeaoa.; i o-,{ ;
\ : Valley .Gu "' ..,
' 'A.want'ad.Y'faI't3.: with that of the comp agent Miss > ...
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. ohine. Everything la BOW'complete other cities besides one' home town. post b'a rising Tote of the post. .
., ,fey the chance" in' fuel,with-the-ex-. Tampaldbetiag' -..!Trlbaa.-. ;. :.-' - Zh.-tANtM.,officers: and wig your ajaro room. .( :The- '-'winter-,.. -resident.- -,-,*,are' matey-* Alhtoa ti'Y Smith. , ...... ", .'. '" 'Pfc'.1'rr'.

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TWO TOE\MISSlMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY 'DECEMBER 1 ..I'I', 0 ' ie hr
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Nearly Every Disease Can F, TURNER" VISITS, KISSIMMEE- ',. 'ervou"sRestless at Night?" ,



R. T. Turner, the State !'Qr.I'school schools' He said that Florida show Headaches?'
Be Traced to Constipation inspector, was an official visitor -j ed a higher per cent .of increase Ever Have '

to Kissimmee this week and I in the salary paid teachers than any I
was a guest of Supt. C. E. Yowell on other southern' state. Polk county i '
'f .' Tuesday. I. has the honor of paying the highestper :
Mr- Turner's work includes the' cent of salary of any county In How about'your daily:
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,'I, classification and grading of all Florida.Mr. , .. '
DR. CALDWELL'S schools below the junior high school, Turner spoke strongly of' the of coffee? i
and has much to do .with city schoolsof need of payingthe'; teacher an ade I cup
< the grades as well as'}' the rural' quate'wage and said the time should

V VSYJIJP''P': ] P SI'N'Tlu districts.He come quickly when ,it was mentionedin Suppose you 'try"a change to
speaks highly of the schools of terms of the annual salary rather to! w
Florida and says they compare favor than .a monthly one,, which Is' misleading
" Perfect Laxative ably -with those. of South Carolina,' and creates an :'erroneous
3 # Georgia, and Alabama. Those in impression. He urged that every
the southern counties of Florida are teacher should receive a salary that
I now making strides toward improvIng would admit- f 80 per cent net, and Instant Postum
J Quickly Corrects any Disorder of the the problem of lighting, ventila- stated that in many states this was r
tion equipment and physical conditions taken as the basis in making the
Intestinal Tract, Relieves the Conges- generally, he said. wage scale.
'The added length of, the school l Messrs. Turner and Yowell were d 1d
+: gestion and Restores Normal Condi- term this year is also to the creditof guests at the lunch room for school
Florida's schools. children and teachers Tuesday and This delightful cereal 'beverage
and Does
Action
" tions. Is Gentle"in. Mfj Turner .stated that in two were loud in their praise for this ,
Sold counties of the state there are now institution which is fostered by the a fine coffee-like flavor -
'Not Gripe. by Druggists Every- no frame school_ _. buildings .for white Mbthers club of Kissimmee. possesses
and .u.uu.uu.THERE but has of the harm-
where-50 cents $1.00. none

{ YOU CAN'T USE WHAT ISN'TThe I ful after-effects thru which


A trial bottle can -be obtained, free of fallowing very pertinent -story-, Fewer fish go into the community coffee so often prevents vigorous -

charge, by writing to Dr. W. 1J. Caldwell: coming/; fl'Oni' ""the Chicago Herald kitchen.

457 Washington St., Monticello, I1Iinoill.I. and Examiner gives the average per But the same number of men in- red-blooded health. Costs r
son food for thought. The American sist upon having the same amountof

4r I people usually accept things with fish to eat as they had before. less too.
r II 1 ] some degree of resignation and feel The fifty men who formerly cleaned oJ
-J I assured that everything will work and cooked the fish have less to
'LOCAL'STOCKMAN e } out all right. The present outlook, do owing to the undersupply of fish. Made by '
I''; FAVORS however, gives the impression that But they continue to demand food.
the long-suffering public is standing Gradually greater burdens are laid Postum Cereal Company, Battle Creek, Michigan

REGULARLYW. on the verge of precipice with one upon the fruit and vegetables hunt-
: DIPPING CATTLE :foot on the edge and the other on a ers. These insist upon a larger Sold by Grocers and General Stores.
banana peel, and that unless therebe share of fish in return for their; larger
I some general return of the peopleto efforts in ,gathering fruits and
L. Davis, who is here looking the very best article made from its I the production of food, clothing, vegetables. It is denied them and
r after the extensive interests of Davie He states that experiments have established fuel and the other necessaries of life, soon twenty of the twenty-five quit
and Shook, in Kissimmee and vicinity the fact that stock will I and that speedily, the results may be gathering fruit and vegetables.But -
,E is a strong believer in Floridaas leave any hay not excepting the ':little short of a calamity, for you the entire one hundred men .''''.... ..'''''''''''''''''''''''' "
a cattle country, and says he considers famous alfalfa hay, for that made ,i can't eat, buy, sell, steal, give away, continue to insist upon their right to
L'' the conditions here are more from the Johnson (rraes. j hoard, wear, use, play with'. or gam- SAFE CEN'TLEUMEDY1
k favorable to the production of high He is watching the experiment in ble with what isn t. eat.The daily food supply gradually ,
grade cattle than in the Western Burr clover with special care, for Here is the story: shrinks. The man with two fish demands .
e states where he has also had an opportunity this grass furnishes. the long l looked Put one hundred men on an island three bananas in exchangefor BRINGS SURE RELIEF:: ,-t

'to observe the cattle in- for green winter pasture whereverit where fish is staple/ articre of sus one of them. The I man with two athya
For 109 yearrOOLD MEDAL HaarlemO41 eaV.aarethe remedy need. Take
you
dustry. Attention must be given to is grown successfully.Mr. tenance. Twenty-five of the men bananas refuses to part with one for has enabled suffering; humanity to or four every day. The haallDsT ::.
; better breeding and better feeding, Davis is very emphatic in his catch fish. Twenty-five others clean fewer than three fish. withstand attack or kldn.jr liver, oil .oaks Into the oella and lining of ,
a' he says. approval of the eradication of cattle the fish. Twenty-five cook the fish. Finally the ten men remaining at bladder and stomach trouble and alldissase. the kidney and drlree'out the poUona.
Davis & Shook have ticks and says there is .no question I work in .. connected with the urinary N.w life and JriecJth will surely follow.When .
approximately
: Twenty-five hunt fruit and vegeta- quit disgust. Everybody organ and to build up and restore to your normal vigor bee been restored -
1000 head of grade cattle on their but that it pays. He came here from bles. The entire company eats what continues to eat. The hidden fish are health organs weakened by disease. continue treatment for a while /
Lake Marion ranch. These he says their Alabama ranch, comprising |thus is gathered and prepared.So brought to light and consumed. Theae most Important organs must be to keep youreelf In condition and pre.vent .
i arelooking very good' for this time 7,000 acres, and he knows of a certainty long as everybody works thereis Comes a day when there is no food watched because they Biter and purify a return of lb. disease.
the blood; unless thegr do their work Don't wait until you are Incapable offlrhtlna
f of the year. It is the intention of that cattle can be freed from plenty. All hands are happy. of any kind. Everybody on the island you are doomed. Start taking GOLD MEDAL
s the company to breed this stock up ticks. ... blames everybody else. Weariness, sleepleesn.as. nervousness, Haarlem 011 Capsules today.. Your druggist if
to a better grade as rapidly as practical The following interesting clipping Ten of the allotted fish catchers What would seem to be the solution dependency backache, stomach trouble will cheerfully refund your money '
In the lolne and lower abdomen if aatlafled with ulta
pains not re
you are >
is not
and to grow tame grasses for from an agricultural paper stop catching fish. ? Exactly! We thought you gravel, difficulty when urinating Out be lure to get the original Imported -
pasture and winter roughage.Mr. fanciful in any respect, he says, but Ten more dry and hide part of the would guess it. rneumatlara. sciatica and lumbago GOLD MEDAL, and accept no substitute .'
Davis Is trying a number of I is absolutely: true in pointing out I fish they catch. For we repeat that you can't eat, all warn you of trouble with your kldmeya. *. In three almea. Sealed paok- ,
;c experiments in grass'culture on the difficulties experienced in carrying Five .continue to catch fish, but I buy, sell, steal, give away, hoard, OOL.D MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap- I acea At all drug atorea.

their farm near Kissimmee, wherehe I on a campaign in some localities ''work only part of the day at it. wear, use, play with or gamble with '''''''''''''' ..::0-'''''''''''' ''''
sowed patches of Leapodowa or and in estimating the general'I WHAT ISN'T.FOR .

.s.4 Japanese clover, Burr clover, white results: ARE UNMUSICAL CHIL- I n I '.
clover, Rhodes grass, and Carter Stock Dipping Pointers. OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOO U UOOOOOOOOO!,
grass. He favors Johnson grass as There has been much discussion as DREN?
y a hay and 'stated that he has seen to the merits of cattle dipping, so I
will write for the benefit of the peo- "I am not ready to admit that .
Back-aches Run-Dowri ple who are having to dip for the I there is such a thing as an unmusical SALE! .
first-time, especially the people who child, if the term i is! used to denotea
Weak Nervous are situated as the average familyin child in whom there is no susceptibility -
from to two to musical This
my neighborhood, one appeal uncompromising R. S.FLOYDGroceries -
Atlanta,Ga.:-"I suffered for a long time miles from the dipping vat and own- ; assertion was made by
i, from feminine wcakuoss which cauand. mo ing some twenty head of cattle. W. Meissner, music director of

to become, weak.all. rundown and- We are in a hilly country, with the the state normal school Milwaukee,

i I ncrvoua, and I suffered usual amount of muddy bottoms, I in the course of his address before REAL ESTATE
f' with backaches briars, gullies underbrush, vines, the recent convention of the National -
s and pains in snakes and wire fences. Dipping School Music Supervisors."A .
my Bide. I was Just seemed a thing impossible to some of child brought up in an English-
ai conlcl as miserable. one us, as most of the people who'owned speaking/; family is un-French and Homes Groves Farms and
think
of
ever ----
being when I began. cattle seemed to possess girls in un-Italian because he cannot read ,
', '{" mt'' taking Dr. Pierre's place, of boys. The,cattier not being those languages. explained Mr .
} i ti ..Y.Fsvorte/ Prescription ' Used to colored men, d not per Meissner. "Likewise if the languageof and City Lots + full. :it
I and it soon mit them to help. The men folks music is not spoken in the home .
'4 1 J /1 (built me up in said they would do the best they and school the child is quite likelyto -- : :;. '

I .. 1 and health 1 felt and' so strength much could-"and. of course" they could be unmusical. It is a question of SPECIAL Fresh Meats
i' improved in manage a few cows. Then the fun opportunity and environment 'whether -
every
-..y. 'Favorite Prescription' is the boat began; for the cows said, no dip for or not one is able to understandand 40 Acres-20 acre bearing grove,
ti q woman'a medicine 1 have ever taken and I them. The ladies said they wouldn't enjoy the beautiful and universal 7-room house, deep well, for $25- l
( I expect: to eontiuiM to praise it as long as I take the cattle, but the law had to language of music. 000. Half cash, balance, terms to {
, live.St.-MRa ALICE MILAM, 67 Savannah be obeyed and the men were helplessso "The plea I want to make, is that (

the ladies finally got their aprons we offer to every child the opportunity -
Nerves Shattered full of nubbins and by tolling their to know music-that we democ-
Augusta, Ga.-"Dr. Pieroa's Favorite pets would manage to get their ratize music by teaching it at public suit.M. Phone 176 302 Broadway
'h ,Proscription restored IIJjI to perfect health herds to the vats. expense in all its branches, instru-
I.
P when wreck.I'had I was become a complete with nervous' Usually, a ;yearling or two would mental as well as vocal, in classes STOUTDR. 1
caused by my kidneys Buffering becoming backaches-congested, miss; yet, at the end of the first like all other subjects. Let us !give ,
and my nerve were completely shattered. year, we were particularly tick free, music, the best we have, to all of the \ '
'I was not able to do any work. I was so and with a few dippings the second people all of the time. A community -
4..0..o..o..o... ..o............
weak. I could not sleep, I was so nervous year we were free. This was several whIch. has become truly musical will
'and my appetite was very" poor. I was just years ago and there are absolutelyno become a better place to live in and
'a wreck.whetmy mother cave me the ticks few old winter will find life worth .
while.
Favorite now except a more ;
Prescription' and when I bad
BUSINESS 1O1O
1890 STILL DOING
taken, about' five: bottles 1 was well and spot, backs. The calves grow twiceas
: atrong."-MRS. N..L. GOODWIN. 1731Hemorrhafes fast and fatten like oxen; the BUCKMASTERKISSIMMEE'S / Repeat order and satisfied Mummer who have used our fertilise
IV alker S," milk: cow gives more milk. oj year after year who always gladly recommend our' toed 10 IIwIrncihbon
Considering all the trouble, if you are our beat advenueowm. Our price not always .tx.
and Nervousness live some*distance from the vat and Iqwae but strn QUALITY Is eenwlared never too high. Write
''Maooa. Oa. -"At' the,turn of life Irundown. have unruly cattle, you had best sell The People's Favorites for laie price hat or lend afdcr and you will be _tad right. Florida"U
tieearoe terribly,weak very nervous and all but the ones actually needed for FERTIAJ%ERS. INSECTICIDES. BPAA-rUS. POULTRY SUPFtJE3ETO. : \
.
One of neighbors in Ala
my PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville
bama had been cured of a serious ailment milk. 'You can rebuy at a higher OSTEOPATHSTATE t
in Dr. Fierce' Institution In Buffalo, and price cheaper than dip. Also unless
.I Bad always heard Dr. pierces medicines the vat is In or near your pasture, .
-
IY. apokeo of so highly that I just made up mynnind weak cows and young calves are injured ''I was there to.make? .sketch Of dren's. Hour.lIb aTreaat: roE tttf
A .VhoUlea'to of try t.bIadIene'Favorite/ Prescription.'. >TwO by A, calf under a s BANK BUILDING 'ner. Luncheon was Just overand tiny toddlers' there .Is varied* 1
I ,' >critical time in splendid) brought heal and me cured thruM month old should not be dipped, nora he was talking to a little'knot: of mean; sometimes Uoeeda Blscnli
.+ ,an*of the hemorrhages and nervoue_ J. cow with young- calf if they haveto Phone No. 162REMINGTON .women.,. The first words I beard'a, milk sometimes Graham track
"honestly" do believe Dr. Pierce's Favorite be driven in the heat either beforeor .I slid quietly Into a nearby seat werfNational 1'8 Oatmeal. Crackers or Lunch Baa
Prescription to be the very beet medicine a : after dipping. Just keep the calf Biscuit," recalling plea It.. This Is changed oil special
r. woman can talfe to help her thru this critical at home every time and don't intro- antly my.own tasty Uneeda.Lun ores to Old Time .Sugar Cooks ,

1 ,l&u&.toSwX.J' --NNIE.* C. duce the,baby' calves to the dip man eon. I liked her, and. Newtonsi and, rarest ol
+
till ibey'are six weeks old.' ,fortably as she spoke. ', ire.days when1 we band
BIRDIE Z. MORGAN LOOK FOR ears busy.Between .-. -.t ce cream, and .tiSBMml tbos l
., 'Myrtlewood 1, Ala. THE RED BALL I the'dark: and daylight' ,ere.. our. P Jai" !
iY :: v UMC TRADEMARK ,she was qu Ie'
,;M. E. MISSIONARY' SOCIETY 380 Ut of, paua, m ae ,
waiting and II.tenlng-for ,sfSd r
.4* WOOD: ELECTS: :OFFICERS., Rfeartns$AmmunitionSEEDS ..- children.seems Since they, w -

5' 1.-, .. than l Bvtter.: ,and Always. .thlngv-J're given that j }

; The Methodist annual. election Missionar of officers' Society forth Fresh AtTaylor's Shooting babies.'First1badThen, when'thLe : sda fctl

/ toddle. ;
held Wednesday afternoon' in
the was bungalow. .elnm I1 ..' I r N;
Grocery DO OD '( eady to
Tb.eJ\
1 ; Theoutgoing1;' officers made 'a fine tian
-. "" report, for the year just closing.Mrs. t rid 'r. OTig1naI.:: .' of 10

I ::for delivery G, W. Persons was requestedto tt. : Pkrl
e hav.'noir'readyl: : ,a ,{ Inherent em
order,the year books for the coming i
tN d ', :> *' year and Meadames., Wells and ------- CBS O r',' ;. y t K'
\* 1 largegintltyh'of: (both Stove andbYr. Snodgrass were appointed to fill out 1 ',., \ Uneeda Biscuit' ' .. r
; //I' the names of leaders 'and hostesses, .oo..ooooo.oo.ooooooo o.oo.ooooo.ooooooooooooooo. .. I > w
.Wood and:5am':, '.;prepared..toG for the year book' !,*,is due;to tHe superior materials and methodsemployed
; : The list of newly elected officers '"t '
,
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in the baldne. ,The everlasting table, '
'; : 1f-r ...' ,;, .
: ; 1deliver Ifif : ; follows: President, Mrs. C.' E. Hilton . ,
,, 'on.: 'short. ..notice. Price! ; first vice-president, ''Mrs. John '\ ;'goodness of Uneeda BI.cultisdu to security, 1. x
Bronson; second, vice-president, Mrs.Ilo4nehtr.asurer : In= trade.. mark
'\ New of.. tbe< errseal package.
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A' t 'lash. .:.8tran.D.Rotundo. ; Mir"J.'J; MlcCra- Spring' Catalogue Ready Ii: *'* oJ .
: .., secretary, A.', W. Bailey; \ . I v" 't .'

corresponding .secretary-,-._ Mrs.., Mc Write today. for copy- II-you-are'; a beguinei i' youneedthe]; : 'iaJ i''I:. '01 :..."""Y- -r4 'NATIQHAI'.... '." 1scurvk.'--' .. -

Kay Mrs-'Lee: j:;: superintendent of. supplies of ,formation contained in the booklet if not ,at,beginner-you will, ,'.=-r\W '7 't" COMAAI9.:
lWn.auperintendent f.
want it ." J-*' "'? *' p i' ,'' "" ,. :;
> Q> .
f Mn.' anyway.
: mission study, Snodgra..; superintendent Stan a ",.,." .
rz'1 .ways(dainty: ,'
of' social service, Mrs. tt'
KILGORE .COMP'ANY'Plant.ctfX ( much> g 1 aa-only- ;National' :
SEED \ n
I. , "' 1.- H: Ingram*; Voice 'agent', .Mrs. W. malsv:XThey, are moat 'lovable',ana I alt Products can be. 'Durant
. A Clark. r,, P1oliida'' : 1' ,. most tractabl, after,''they're .bad years:... my babies were rrowtn "
i .;..""' J"BONE.J1= i'17tii. to tat,.. National BLteolt ',
;v : ? ; eometIIIg np....w. BereTi-missed._the.-C ,

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-THE KISSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE,, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, .1919 K : 'YUlEtrt1 '
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r ri ,, BEST-HEADS $AL"E JREDCROSS e .
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} l EVERYBODY :

I IM CHRISTMAS, SEALS :


I The- sale of Red Cross Christmas there is a possibility of combining :

COULD KNOW .seals which is carried on this year by several counties Ie o>> that the work of REMOVAL: S'A'L
. the Federal and State AntiTuberculosis bettering health condition may be ,

Association! will .be Directed inKlsslmmee begun this year., .
by Mrs. G. W. Best a There is one thing, certain; the
'--:-- well known worker in betterment health work in each county must be ,

Suffered From Acute Indigestion campaigns. in) proportion, to the amount of seals ..
It is usual to 'carry , Gastritis Constipation, wide campaign but it was thought Mr. Best has started the cam .
'Headaches and.Other Troubles -. better in this' instance, to, divide Os-' 1'aIJm..by.i placing'( the seals on sale "\

Which Dreco the Her- .ceola county and assign portion of In the post office 'Reed's Bakery the We have purchased'the 'entire stock, and fixtures of <0,
Remedy, Overcame. I IJ. the territory and quota to St. Cloud Kate dry goods store, the Central
Jjal and the remainder to Kissirnmee and Robftrson' drug' stores, and. the F.
H. Lawson
.' R. Kelson, JOS Jackson.street, JacksonI< J I The quota asked of this county i is Wenner-Sawyer store. ..' ., and. before their removal: January 1st, ,
rVtlle, na.1 (500, and the funds raised by this There,will be ''a booth 'at the bazaar
''
JDreco admit 1 bad no tbat confidence! "when 'I In began It. for taken I hialready ad means will' largely) be expended heath given by the O.ceolCounty -High we are giving you this last:opportunity on these money It y
:eolD'r..f them but the at home in carrying on the school tomorrow. This will display
": that I am conI ,work.It the ofthehealtb'crusade several and will
defrayal effective
vtnced of Itsinerlte.. nod te Buffer expense posters. saving valuese Every article on sale marked with red
... on my stomach add bowels afterrattsg which wa* intro- have the seals on sale. ,
; I would.be all bloated up Andirere duced in the Kissimmee schools last I Next week the pupils of the high
,
very habitually uncomfortable.eenattpatra.' My I.was bowels billows and year in common with other'cities of school will wage an active seal cam- tag. Sale starts Saturday, Dec. 13th and, ,lasts 15 f
bad to be takingmedicine conita.ntly.Trent the state. Thisvear it will be taughtin paign when it is expected to makea -
1.j appetite was poor, and I became eztrencly the. St. Cloud and in a number of personal appeal to every Individ- days. Don't miss it.

peep innch."J nerrous. se that 1 could not the rural schools- the county iual. Miss Almenia Leitner will bfe 1 in -, :
bar taken a (.....tm.tIt' Dreeo 1, The fund also will provide a coun- charge of this' feature of the work. .
..aDd now my etomach dlseata the ford '' for .
1 ty nurse wherever practical. This .The'sale of 'seals arranged ,' ,I
/without..d to ..thoea.....)..dlatrraainc."taJ. p.lo.aftereffects'Jsnor uoy feel- nurse will devote her time to improving ' December the first to the tenth inclusive -
lag. belching. end .aattttl..My h petite the. health conditions of the but owing' --the) delay in beginning '
.... ....,...Md I I eI..p80uDei I 811' huwelsaet. ?
,.......t..I, aver? dal. sad I have DO. I county and to the prevention as wellas the work here the campaign SffOESTo
.backache nor dlaay spells You bare the cure of'disease. In districts will likely be continued until Christmas -
nennleatpn to publish this letter." I where the funds are not sufficient to if it is found necessary to do

ft lisa.. beooape take. a custom., with tonic many eachyear per.. 'employ a .nurse toe: each county so to, dispose of the, quota.
.tI'm
sere a mod --
aomethlnaT that cleana ont the ayaieaa 1 I I .------- -------------------------- :rX'
start this SALE off right have
the
I 1------------------------------------ we placed
purlOealha blood. llrer and on
I kidneys be food ....pa. sod gen.. up the SCHOOL LUNCH ROOM '' I -. ._ _.. ,

1 auoe leave toatach.. ..of from'roota Boca medicinal berba a tOD basks planta.berrlek. Belni It anil I.tmp I I I IS A POPULAR INNOVATION ll The Watcher in the Treetop bargain tables 500 pairs of Shoes at prices .,you have '

Mature'e own remedy, and that It .Continued rPal1'e;: ;;; One ]I '
,
really ceonipllahaa theae reanlta Is not seen for .
and Mrs. Steed' for this years
.y the aooy ndoneaienta flvea provides by
rtro the
at "
1 That dangerous
it by waH.known and reliable people. inviting the children to eat as plen- was a ,
Ie IIoF ell.dnudata and Is UsUythiadtvb tiful of the bread as the appetitesmay Standard Oil Go's'station last week. NOTICE W cent Reduction all other Shoes '
.. dictate. In other lunch rooms The flames ro.red'around large : per on not on bargain.tablet.

CENTRAL DRUG STOREvreTen it is customary to charge two cents tanks of gasoline and oil and a terrific
imminent.
for each extra helping of bread but explosion seemed
it is included with! the first cost here.I Through it all our Are laddies stuck A WONDERFUL SPECIAL FOR MEN. .
b i Mrs. Steed is obliged to plan with to their job till the fire was out. On-s lot Men's Sweaters,' the cool ,.weather is. '

; Dula. ,the utmost care to furnish attractive This showed that they were made of One I lot Men's Blue Serge vests. this sale I coming. Let us save you money on your. .
the same-stuff that qur soldiers were Sweaters .
; cents.menus for For the instance small, the cost Tuesday'of ten when they c.rriedour 'flag throughthe each ____________________________$2.85 'i,

.
and soup 10 required pounds eight of' flesh.pounds On Wednesday of bone-I An inferno automobile at Argonne two staid Forest.I businessmen A big saving on Boy's Dress Trousers. Over 10 Women's Skirts, at price that Will save you

} t Ill Grand Prize I the flesh would be combined the telephone exchange an- 100 pain for you to choose from. Dollars.
other automoir.-s; and a revolver, were
with of and
a Firearm+ o Ammunition ground ten then pounds made fresh into meat hamburg the chief ingredients in a near-tra Men's Dress Pants at Prices way below today's We have a ""nice assortment of, Children s i

Wt1te for C tAlocttt gravy which is served with mashed gedy aforesaid on Thanksgiving business men DayThe were the market. Sweaters, marked down for this Sale. ., .
potatoes. This is especially liked by
{ nwawotonawruMecasi the children. Sweet potatoes with heron of the occasion and' will be ///Big Bargains in Men's Hats; about 25 Ha9
meat gravy is another special and known as Mr.\ A. and Mr. B. throughout on Sale. 4 Dozen Towels, nice size, a big value for

meat pilleau Is well liked. this narrativeWe: would use each __________-______.___.__.. 10e
Mrs. Steed carefully balances the the remainder of the alphabet only MEN'S AND BOY'S CAPS. 'I

proportion of protieds carbohydrates there were not enough men mixed 80 Caps for this Sale. SOc, 75e., $1.25 $1.50 'k'f Men'I, Boy and Women* Winter Sand
in the muss to require it. In or-
starches fat and mineral sub up Underwear, at big savings .
stances into a balanced ration. der for the reader to get all the $2.00. b.f.
i Q. F. KR1BBS A. AKERMAN thrills that are 'coming to him we .
"a W. J. STEED .Baking, The number lunch 'at of pupils the room and teachers Tuesday nave arranged this story in the formof 5 Dozen Men's Fine Dress Shirts, the well 60 Spools Clark's O. N. T. Crochet Thread.

KRIBBS. AKERMAN .I AND STEED numbered 176. Mrs. Steed stated a moving picture scenario. known Manhattan Brand each _______$%.50 Sale Price spool 1 _____-________i___ leeDon't

Lttme7a and ..._ .... .t Law. that this is about the average number -i I Scene No. 1.
Klnnlaaaae*. Fl.....* I though the number has reached 1 Mr. B. parka his car in front of
hit house rushes the front .
.......1 .rartlv* !. all State sad Vmlte 230 on some occasions. -- up steps the and date Dec. 13th next door to r
I I Mrs. Steed II assisted each day by enters and asks if the eats are forget place Saturday, postoffice!
Stntca Cemrta.W.
are-he sits down to
two members from the Mothers'club. ready. They
These are appointed to serve the table. Upon the table is a roast Without Doubt
B. CRAWFORD !two weeks. At present Mrs. M. A. ed turkey WIth oyster dressing-al. the Greatest J B. MILLS CO.Shoe, : .

ATTORNBY-AT-LAW Sawyer and Mrs- O. J. Rountree are so cranberry sauce and all the usual .
Offices 8 4 !responsible for Monday; Mrs. A. concomitants of a Thanksgiving Values In - I
: 6, 8, and 7 Citizens
of the Bargains
Basket sideboard
Cotterman for ner. oranges on '
and Miss Derbyshire Kissimmee Successors to |F. H. LAWSON ,
t' Bank Building. Tuesday; Mrs. C. E. Hilton and Mrs. with vinegar cruet. Cat purring -
Florida Owen for Wednesday Mrs. J. J. Mc. on the lounge. With napkin J. B. PRCVATT Mgr.
Xlaslmmee : z : : ,
'' Cranie and Mrs. McLean for Thurs- tucked into his shirt front MrB's

4 .day, and Mrs. W. J. Steed and Miss face registered contentment. Peace. pct
DR. R. J. DENNING Anne Bryan Carson for Friday. | Scene No. 2. 1I \
DENTIST. These ladies will assist at the lunch 1 Mr- .B. suddenly hears the chic-

,- t,S" Successor to Dr. W. W. Carson. ''room till the Christmas holidays, ker-r-r-r-chic-chic_ of his_ auto _starting I AI
then they will be relieved by another up. Hastly rising from the table that the above narrative is entirelycorrect
s? Over the Postoffice. I appointment; he rushee to the front door and for it is the first product of

OFFICE HOURS: f to 11:10.: 1:10 to I. I(I I Three young ladies from the high lees his machine being rapidly driven -J this newly Installed s4oryphone.;>> It
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Office Phone 15ft. 'school., Misses Dorothy and Winni- away.. His face registers in rapid .was reeled off f hastily with the prevaricating -
fred Denning and Lizzie Mae Math- succession, dismay 'indignation, anger stop out and his feet on
t. I any are valued assistants and as intense anger and overflowing the loud .pedal. However, this is
!yet have 'not missed one days' duty wrath. He calle'after! the departingauto. !probably as acc -ate'.1 any verse
LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNBYATLAW, at the room. ,gesticulates, but without ,avail. that the public will ever get. #'cIGLEY
I|, When the Mothers' Club first advocated ''''Plainly his auto is stolen., N. B. We can state positively
a hot lunch for school chile I' Scene No., 3. that the above scenario will not be
Waring BoiloingjiCBBSOU dren at a cost of ten cents it was I Three-fourth. < I II thought: impossible to furnish an Mr, B. phoning to the marshal. Fire N. B. 'agaln-The' title of the
adequate lunch for that amount,but''(whistle: gives two toots. All the police above scenario Is, "Something Went .
I the month just passed has shown force in hasty consultation. Of- (Wrong In My Head." {
I f that such a lunch room could be self- ficars! telephone mayor of Conley with "-

supporting though this might not ,,,, orders to stop the thief at all risks. TWO AUTO PARKS PREPAREDFOR c a package,
be true if it were not for the cooperation I I i I Similar messages sent Campbell station 5
:: G FBBPIER of the merchants of the and St. Cloud. Officers faces VISITORS. before the

board of Public Instruction, and the register great determination. .war //1
members of the club who donate I Scene No4.. The much talked of auto park for c'<
their services. Mayor of Conley with his chief of the convenience of travelers who de- a .

SELLS I|i. Mrs. Q. W Best president of the police standing In the road with the sire .to camp out has become a realr ,
club Mrs. W. -J. Steed, secretary same feeling that the French had at ityThe beautiful corner lot on '

and the other officers and members ,the battle of the Marne: "They shall Main street opposite the Griffin a package! '
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Fire Life Accident and who' have been so devoted to the not pass-! store has been freed from under- .
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I[:cause are grattified at the success of .Scene No 5. I brush and is opened' to the public. 5 : .' ,'. '
their endeavor and Mr. B. and officer in By the courtesy of Ernest Green, a the
: Health Plate Glass Liability are anticipating an an auto j during war "
i''even' greater results with the coming rapidly pursuing thief into the coun handsome sign informs tourists that '. .
month. try. Very exciting. Paul Revere the park is headquarters for auto- t; j.' .

and Boiler Insurance., The public spirit shown by this outdone. Smell of gasoline and ists and that they may consider it ".t _,: '

I club in giving so liberally of its time burning rubber. their home. .
: : and thought to an enterprise when Scene No. 6- As much of the trafftc.:entera Kis ,, '
Executed'V the -only remuneration it derives ''is I In the(!I country. They see missingauto simmee from the north along. Brack c a : r ,..

: !,the greater efficiency of Kiimee's standing by 'the roadside the street as well as Main street, it was 1 ',- -I'!' , :. ;
I.thief in thought. advisable to arrange for an 1 5 packageNOW 1" ,'
youth should be appreciatedMRS. : a neaafcy field with gun in ,, ,
I his band. "0. Mr, Ossifer don't he auto camp'on that which streetalso.is known The as ., :,=.' '\ =P.:: I Ii'
corner
look property .
MORRISON ENTERTAINS fierce Get your pop ready, ; .
OFFICE Still ,Bilk Bolldlij in ...
: < for I know he is a deeparate criminal. the Phillips place is being-.put .-/ ;,
\, ST. JOHN'S' GUILD. ." Officer pulls wicked shape for this purpose. With these : '
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two in it is likely that aU ', .1,
gun. parks use "I ..
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rBOARD I Mrs. T. A. Morrison was hostessto I Scene No. 7. campers can be accommodated. ': :
OF TRADE'FAVORS'. i the St. John'l'Guild Tuesday afternoon -'I I' Close view of the supposed d stolen Messrs. J. McPhatter and S. L. r LASTS
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THE FLAVOR :
GROWING OF SUGAR. CANE at a pleasant meeting which auto. Mr. A. approaching with his Lupfer are'. appointed i I a committee ; ,
,- - was-held at the tea room. (hunting license In his hand. (He by the Kissirnmee board of trade to :, '
'', (Continued from Page One)' The afternoon was In' honor of had recognized the officer' and provide the parka and they'certainly s'O 'PRICE'S
"Willson; who>represented ', the Kis-j. Miss Marion Porter ''who became' thought he was after him for 'bunt- lost no time in carrying out their ', DOES: 'THE .
both
bride'' tbl. week and the business instructions. Tlfese sites are
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simmer board'.ot trade alO the con ing without a'license-) Mr. B.'ree. t ' ' d'
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entlonat' Jacksonville' when steps, routine was disposed of to 'permit,ofa ognises Mr. A. and crumples In a admirably adapted the purpose on- tl j : ': ,, "
'were taken to organize Southern I social hour., Miss Porter receiveda faint account of their convenient' location ;. : , y
Development and Settlement Com lovely plate as a 'gift from f the Scene No. 8. and the beautiful oak trees' growing 'r" .'. I.,, '
Guild. there. ... \ II-- .
pan?.,. I Officer bending over. the unconscioue'formof ., ,,1" .
Mr. ..Willson said that, nearly fifty The' afternoon was concluded. by Mr. B., cooing to him ...1
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refreshments .consisting of a dainty ... ., t.. Cmmtr Jade, '
orgsnIzatlonghere represented State
salad : 0..1. <; .7"
boards oftradesgoodroads and hotel course. A. throwing water in ,
.. .. hi"'face. Mr -
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'men. associationsThere was no survives..' I W Kntnte>. ..f1i Irr.Jeaalaaer De- "" .
' and .'Il.ou hv-rooms to rent a small ....
lacking of enthusiasm i he e Id,-* Scene No. 9 I -
'every delegate ..seemed impressed advertisement in our classified column )[t.. B. becomes' conscious recog i-4
,with the.thoui'ht that now was the ,will fill them' 48tf. nizes( Mr- A.. as his best friend and I whom NOTICE It may'Concern.Is hereby that Riven H. T.to Hall all

accepted time! ,to build up.a greaterSouth. exclaims wildly: "And I told you .. Administrator for the Eatat. of lw y
r .', "/ fake the visitors welcome.: that, you ,could have the machine/' M.tbH.d Jennings deceased h.llo'y\ the 1Jie
dlieue.ed' at t the He l of January,
The plans as; swoon again.. Jud.... -o.c.ola a.ntv.: 'IA7 .
the County
meeting are only tentative ones' of erect: difficulties( must be overcome :i "i Scene No. 10. at his office In Kleelmmee, Florida t
course but the general"'thoui'bt'Is and it was the thought of the Jacksonville Mr. B- again recovers consciousness at l':00 o'clock a. moO orav, noon '"
s that of united effort in 'giving not .meeting that co-operation ., A. and B. embrace-Pat each thereafter an the to matter..n at can private be heard sale
authority
for
only one locality, not'one state'but wac' the only practical solution of other on back. Fade Out.'W'hen . I the following described. real estate In e / yb
the entire South a fair chance for '
the question. Moral. said County' to'wlt-
development; -'It I*' an effort' to ..rid (Resolutions were passed to this effect I you promise your friend the I, Begin 645 feet North and 1108.1 teat of e, .
West of the B. H. corner of N. B.
'if: from malaria, from mosquitoes, ,"Mr. .Willson said, and a commit" u.e of an' auto on a certain day.I 8. R. K. Section 15, Townebft* R.
t from flies, and reclaim' the' overflow'Iand.'from tee appointed to work out a plan don't biff him in the snoot when he, 1*,Bait;) run North to north line, then ,. .
North Carolina to i'Texas; that ''would be acceptable' to all sec comes after it. 14 of N. JD.% of aald Section, I :., -,
I West to right of of A. C. t..R. R;
The 'dralna oflhe'South is not n The Watcher way j V
tions. When this is ready a meeting does not guarantee thence- Southwesterly, alone. said rlarhtof t
local problem but-a national one; will *e called and the work put In a ," I II war to m point due West to Pointof ,,
.and as inch-It should! be reeognls.d.There' tangible form. besrlnnlnar, thence East to point ofbeKlnnlnsr LWYIW 1itIf:" V .

'. are"; other, momentous problems ,. c, more-or. eontalnlnsr lee.- -. thlrtr-efarht ae- ..... ., .. .. ." ..,..
to deal' with good roads bet rea ,
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application will b. bas.4' f. tt ,'
Which <
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ter rural schools, cattle'tick' eradlea-' I upon the' petition, for such sale 'now r :,-. ,,, .
tion, eta Industries ;must ,be fost- .JOHNSTON GARRETT r on ale )a said Court., '. \
.' Dated. Klaalmmee.. Florida; December ,'. . , ,ttTWa :l'

,, 'CoIcia CGrii GrIp are tnAawta'r I ..A'fTO EYAT-LAW \ 11th. 1111. 11..,T. HALf:;., , . .. .. . .. ", . .. ,, ", ., il't '
.. Ofltsw'.10 11 and It CUUezu Bank Administrator of Estate of M., H. Jende \.
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k PUBLIC:: DRINKING FOUNTAINS 'eral days awaiting the arrival of the REV. R. .F. HODNETT GOES TO ''will appear, and people need not fear I needs seem of little avail in face of

KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE INSTALLED. representative of the company. from M. E. ANNUAL CONFERENCERev. that their private business' is to be the ability to buy. ?",.,",:. ,
I which it was bought. R. F. Hodnettt-' actor of the ,made public. It should be remembered that.
VI ........_ Every FrI..F The of furnishing the Charles Swanson arrived this week Methodist church left Tuesday I I I I Since August 1, Germany has per cent of the contents of an egg 1.1, "
ItF[Ydmnt. Vally ti..ti. te-.J':: question and will remain till the man in morning for Lakeland! where he ,bought over 600,000 bales of cotton, water. Hens should have fresh and
Kl..lan "rI.r1U. public with a sanitary drink at any r charge of the ditcher is thoroughly to attend the annual conference 'on credits obtained in Sweden, Norway pure water, to put into eggs. ' All'
W. B. Harri. ;;;;l drat time it is for desired several is no drinking longer a fountains serous - familiar with its operation.Mr. of goes the Methodist Church, South. I I Denmark and Holland. These live stock should have clean water
VS. (I. Vas A....... Secretary one, Arnold chairman of the drain- Mr. Hodnett has served the church: purchases have helped to put up the Charles S. Barrett who huts' a ,farmat
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installed in the Broadwayparking
. .._ were
*< N. 11 age committee of the city ccfindl price. Pomona, Putnam Co' Fla.was
r this week. here for the past year and is greatly j ,
said yesterday: "We will put the '| Business in the country at large is re-elected president of the National
Safceri. H. M. Breaker who is chairman membership} i I
..._......_. I i at work the streets lead- good despite Union
'. Copy One Year ts.no 'ditcher on who confidently expect that he will unfriendly conditions Farmers' at ita recent meeting
One Copy Sir Month___.___._. 1.00 of the city council committee appointed Cloud. These went due to labor troubles.
ing toward St. More at Memphis, Tenn. Senator J.
returned to this I[ :. :
be charge. money
1 I ODe Copy, Three Month_____.___ .CO to provide these drinking
under water not long and we are 'i is being spent than before. L. of Florida also
fountains it Is their intentionto ago At a meeting of the board of Stewards | ever : Shepard was re-
All communication except: from our says I raising the grade there. When that held last Monday night 'Luxury purchases show no reduction, elected a member of the executivecommittee. .
.t ratborlMd correspondents must be have one placed at the north ends I is completed we will begin cleaningout tions :and efforts toforce down household .
al -ned by the writer. of every block in the business sec-1 I the were unanimously resolu-1'i
the ditches and
Rejected matter will not be returned tion of Broadway. One will likely'be carry on ing his return and promising --- .'
.' work until part of the city is I --
.DI. called for. every stantial raise in salary. '
t placed at the court house grounds, "
thoroughly drained, if that is possible -
(Entered In the PoetotnceatKle.lm- another at the Hart Memorial build- and we believe it is." I I .' ?
d >B*., Florida a. second-claie matter.) ing, one at the park near the A. C. | When asked if the committee intended STEPHENS EXPELLED
\ i iP. L. depot, and another at the auto any new ditches, he said that FROM THE MINISTRYRev. I I
camp park, on Main street- I i I remains to be seen. In event that
The committee has another fountain wouldbe Sankey F. Stephens, former #
needed the
city engineer
,I MBCR on hand but it is not certain I was obliged to and establish Methodist minister and for a consid- !
where be located. survey erable in work Arcadia
it will These period war at
.( fountains are certainly a great convenience ,I the levels. for the Y. M. C. A., has been expelled I
and will be appreciated by from the ministry of the Methodist -
the public. J. M. GARDNER EMPLOYDTO Episcopal Church, South, he
f AID TRAVELERSSuch having admitted the charge made I '
fI". MRS. FENNELL ENTERTAINS against him by a Tampa young wo- 'Toys ; ':
BUILDING CIRCLE. a multitude of visitors has man that he is the father of her
which abandoned
child she in
a
arrived in Kissimmee that the city
l a; 'i SjAZE.PRESSP The regular meeting of the Build- ;''council has employed J. M. Gardner street of this city some time ago
Circle I and which was later, adopted by a
ing of the First Baptist I Ito represent the city as host and assist -
church was held at the home of Mr. strangers to find accommodations Tampa family. Stephens is a mar-
'I IJ. and Mrs. Leon Fennell! this week, ried man. The case caused a great ., .

:. FRIDAY.. CEMBER..IZ., 1919 with Mrs. Fennel and Mrs. E. L. I I Mr. Gardner meets the trains and deal of talk, and was followed bv a 1
Fennell, hostesses. accompanies the tourists about the sensational story in an Arcadia I
.f The afternoon was an informalone city showing them rooms and newspaper, which charged Stephens
'i .. "Will Christmas" find this nation and was concluded with. refreshments ;I which are vacant. apartments with an even more horrible crime. I Conklin Fountain Pens f

r/, tinder. .anothe- rwa; cloud T when a dainty salad course I This is an accommodation to the The following letter to the Tribune
.' I was served. I Kissimmee people who desire to rent from Dr. W. A. Cooper, pastor of the
,'4., Step are being taken to remove As is the custom of this organization portions of their homes, as well to First Methodist church of Tampa, Books and Stationery '
'the oil pumping station from the a large collection was taken, the travelers who otherwise might and sent by him to The Tribune from
+vicinity-of the- public schools. It.is which was added to, the parsonage find serious difficulty in finding Lakeland yesterday, is self-explana
4 believed' that the recent -
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generally fund. tory.
of the
at this time
i fin the>!.e1 narrowly. :?,escaped.being ,a The Udies attending this pleasant I rooms year. "Editor-Tribune: The committee of
(! atastrophs.. : ', '{ i meeting, were"Mrs.1 M- Cosner'Mrs.O. trial In 'the ''case of *S. F. Stephens BIBLES '
MACH BROS. CRATE MILL
B. Falls; Mr. Wilder, Mr*. E. S. asked me to make 'a statement to .
? Wnvfll. Black,'beef cattle specialist -' Hall, Mrs. A. C. Chapman, Mrs. N. STARTED UP THIS WEEKH The Tribune as to its finding in .
t say* that a daily ration -of 26 toSO C. Bryan. Mrs.: Guy. Hammack, Mrs- view of the great publicity given to i
w pound of good silage and 1 pound; " has sold it by the press.
J Floyd Tyson, Mrs. A. Cotterman and 'R.
of. cottonseed meal will bring the I daughter Mr*. T. M. Rivers, Mrs. L. May his saw mill ."The committee, composed of thirteen Ponlson Gallery Boxed Gifts'
Plant City and has returned to
1000 pound range cow through. the, R. Farmer, Mrs. J. D. Jeffords, Mrs.A near elders of the Florida Conference -
Kissimmee has
to Mr.
] stay. accepted -
.winter in good shape. ; H. Spier, Mrs. Scartlirough, of May had before it a letter of confession "
Duneden, and Mrs. Elizabeth Waring. I a position as superintendent of wrong by the accused,and Christmas Booklets and CardsWENNERSAWYER h hI ;
of mill
Mach Eros' crate and begun
With the acres of reclaimed land therefore found him guilty as charged -
y f en the lake shore blossoming out (work at that place last week. H, the indictment, and expelledhim
} ,Into i handsome residences; : and the CITY DITCHER NOW AT WORK The crate mill began manufacturing from the ministry. and membership -
o.. land! in West Kissimmee and 'vicinity crate material this week, and the cf the church. I'
1 ' 1 drained and growing famous winter The owners expect to keep it going all "It was also ascertained that the e ,
crop, this city need fear no -rival. Durchased ditching the machine which was the year round.( All kinds of crates woman in question was not a 'little
by city council for and baskets for shipping fruits and girl of tender aj'e' but was twentytwo -
? 'Tear of effort culminated yesterday :irainagia,and purposes, was unloaded yesterday vegetables will be made and the years old; that Mr. Stephen "
I' In.the,: ignlng of a contract leading to St.put Cloud.to work on the road mill, when running at full capacity, had only met her twice before the CO.
"' :, '' .whereby the, lake shone of-TohopeJcalira The engine had been here for will employ about .forty men. 'wrong was committed and was never !
i* to,' be j'.bulkheaded. The sew i in he* presence at any time afterward I 1
r ,a comforting quotation:"All thing T ,
r. '. m. to him who'' waits""is i proving "I write the above, not to excuse ...
truth- v, I the preacher from falling into sin,I t ; \
j WE ARE NOT ,but in the interest of truth, and that' .,( .
ASHAMED
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In.{ answer to why newspaper*have (the public might draw its conclusions ,/ ...
VI to advance their price the Orlando as to the paternity of 'Little I.,
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Reporter-Star give the' fol. ;,. .TO/QUOTE; THE PRICE OF OUR GROCERIES Redhead.'"

following fact 'A :year 'ago. a car This .it the only way, to let.the people know what they have to pay' The young woman' statement to
load of cost $980 f.O.b.' thejrtS. the police here was that she met
paper f
before
coming to oar store. Yea invited and look
are t. come, MSover.
at in
taw"' whU. today,that same paper.at Stephen a summer resort another
the same Kill, coat 3200.; .. You will be ned right state; that he courted her as.a t
single man, and after betraying her
Ejcamhla County Agent ''Burnett '' promised to make her his'wife. That
:report*' a splendid fair at' Moline in .These f:rices Are, For Cash Strictly I! h. abandoned her and at no time offered r

t that county. The,fair- was especially I to give her any assistance

agricultural' , standpoint, The, i exhibit were 'S Picnic Hams: ', Ib *.......__. ..25Regular 6 bare P. &: G. Soap...._:. .60 whatever- of The a well youngwoman known but i*not amember. '

A fine. Club boy exhibited some fine Ham,. Ib ..._.?._ ..34'La..n' ,6 bar Naptha SOap.__...._ .60 socially prominent famll,..Tampa.
z i'r; 3S pigs,that took flrj'prlzerinthe. gent, Perf'ion Flour,24 Ib '2.00 11 bar Export Soap...... .60 Morning Tribune. j I
1 eraI. contest. Mary'Gold Oleo, better than ,,11 l pkgs. Grandma' Waih- SAYS I d K

.. December 1 to 10inclusive 1 I. the butter try It. ._____;;___ .45 log Powders\ __,..._.___ .50 .' THE STATE MARKETING., ,

55 great drive for the sale of Red Cross Davis' Baking Power __ _, .20 11 pkg*. Light House .60 BUREAU.-

..- Christmas seals- The funds are to Peaches,.''heavy syrup, No., % .29 Honey' Boy S. RI.lne,24-lba 1.80.. Growers of sugar' cane should
o fee used to fight tuberculosis in Flor .Peaches, heavy,, syrup, No. 2 39 Lady ClaIr, S. Rising, 24-Ib* 1.70 write Prof.. C. K., McQuarrie, State
id*. This i* a work that effect every 'Apricots, 'No.v 2 .<'_._......_ ..24'Irish"Potatoel'Jb Snap Shot Self ...Rlai ig...*. 1.70 agent in extension'work, 'at: GalnesvillflaJUl.get.Jils -
nan,; woman 'and;child, and ..bouldJla.1 ..oau.100: ..1tJa.' ....._ _.. 3.-0. recipe.for making
a' supportso;;, general that the Ti...'::::-:61) .Short, 100' Ibs ..- 8.60 brown sugar it i* a simple process. -
quota( would be raised In every ,sectlon. 'Alliance ,Coffee,'('rt can._.. ..35 Cottonseed Meal ....-.... 8.60 There i* a scarcity of sugar and it r rf st
One feature ''of the campaign Armours Coffee, tb, can, .... .40 'Wheat -..-..._-.i.___ 4.76Ammonia promises to continue. *
against the "'white. lap.",I. to present /White House Coffee' ,' Ib can. .64 James Bright, 'the dairyman at

; the.further. spread,.'of>the ,dread Senate Coffee, lb .ean._...., ,.64 ,Vicki 'Salve ... .. .27 Miami, hat, offered to take on Ids
l Hudnnts Meal, 6 Ib..._.-.._ .25 bottle.z ._ "bad" J
25 farm all the boy sentenced to j
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'" Uudnuts' Grin,' 6 lbs..._____ '.25 Turpentine, per bottle .: ..... .10 the State Industrial school from
r Orlando Is raising\ a .fund,of: $9.- 2 cans Pork A Beans, No.2.. 25 Camphor, per bottle...... 25 Dade 'county. He says the word GOOD XMAS NEWS !
.St. 55 ,1600) with which,-employ a band to 2 cans French Mustard_... .25 'Caitorla, per bottle .___?_ .80 "bad" a* applied ;to boys' is often
f give concert'I'for twelve ,. weeks, 2 pounds'.Nary Beans ..... .25
Sulphur, per pkg. .LJ;_______ ,.05 i misused; that when a boy i* bad It
if -which emphasltes' Ktislmmee's good;;; 1 pound Cowpeaa .._......, .10 -Epiom.,Salta,,per pkg_.._ ,05 I I fa usually] the fault of. the adult.. y .
:' fortune in having: its. band.-This Kerosene Oil, gallon .. .20 '
f; own ? Vaseline. per ,bottle JOS The Florida-1'( representatives of the
: yi; .'e'' city 'get three, concerts a week for Oat"Meal, pkg. 18,. :2 for... .25 Machine Oil, per bottle-_ .20 Federal; Board of, Vocational Educa- We', have .just received.ashipment '
"'" '. :five month at: a.cost of $2'()00 and Macaroni 8 packages .:__.;. 25 Sweet Oil per bottle____ ,.14. tion are a* follows Supervisor of '?.
Jf.r ik the( money''i* all paid'to borne folks, 1 Spaghetti,. 8 package ..... ,.25 Carbolic Acid per bottle..... .14 Trade and industrial Education. of Victor
41\tI7I', ;,who spend it1' right here-, '.And we '.Lard per pound -..'___.;*2.; '..80Whlte Sweet: Spirit; Niter bottle.. .14 Thomas II. ,Quigley, Gainesville; Director Victrola's. They are '
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-/J" might add. that: 'tb4J'mulic furnishedby Bacon per 'pound..... ..80PienJc"Uam'per Chill Tonic. 668 ._, 25 of Vocational Education Shelton '
'!); the 'Kissimmee ''Concert Band I.f i I. Ib. _.__._ .26 Black Draught ..-........... 25 Phillips, Williston; Supervisor{ of scarce. this year so order early :
...:It",, ''au professional' band, ; ->. Thoraaa, Tallahassee}"Supervisor: of \ ? '
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''" ,Yearling*"'need .ome' feed alld.IhoR ''' tile, Gainesville; Chairman of. teState Write Santa Clause.in care of ,.

the. range. They need succn4 GUT PRICE: CASH GROCERY Board, W. N-: Shorts, Tallahas-
i +"? tent feed,' because succulent: feed see.. '" .
cX igetiv. in good .t ,The\ 14th Decennial 1 R.. BROWN '
,; '' .organ *' ".- .. 'Census 'will DeWI'TT'
$ "A green pastor feed, \: ;Phone": l4I t 422 Broadway tart: work"Jau., 2.- 1920 when 'the .

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jiessrs. ;L.f'L. Wll den and Jennings \ FIFTEEN BOXES OF FRUIT FOR S..LEn. half block corner WHITE ar
Theatre MeCALLISTER.
I I'i ,Casino Hay and Cypreaa Two -
Prevatt ,businessmen houses on.
prominent
OF"fWEEK ON R. R. TRACKA o\ room and one S room. Price $600. "
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ITEMS of Kissimmee, spent a couple I Evelyn Valdes. tit\ Cypress. Ht Mrs. W. F. White of Round'Oak .
of days here this week looking over Week of December 8lh collision between Belt 61-lt-pd
the Sugar _________-_ Ga., announce the engagement '01 '
: condit ons.Oketchobee News. M.NIQHT 1:111r engine and a hand truck loaded with her : yr
.... at Central DrugStore. I think! r MATINEE l"f If business is not advertising daughter. Eunice Ophelia to Mr.' 1
Candy a plenty 'J1I.tf }! You 'can now secure : boxes of oranges,, grapefruit and your worth Terrah
Tic.
< !* '' Victor' Records 'of the world' best \ McCalliater. of ,Kissim-,.
Phone 41. JMONOATRoyal .tangerines occurred in front of the advertise it for Sale .in the mee, Fla., the
See'R- DeWitt Brown for the artists for $1.00. at 805 Emmett St.I r Scotch Highlander Band. Station; last Wednesday Valley Gazette's wedding to be solemn
\rea-I Picture Matinee at 4 p. m. I passenger want column ized In December. rl
sella Band Record Phone 218. 61-21. 1UUSDAIT I morning, leaving the railroad tracks
i Christmas Preent for Mi\. E. H. Coapman of Washington \ Dorothy Dalton In"EXTRAVAGANCE strewn with fruit in beautiful profusion - u, .
. at Central Drug Store.D. e is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. G.I I I ." for about fifty feet oooooooo.o..oo..ooooo.ooooo..oooo..o..oo.o ..
G. Wagner and W. L Poulk H- Newhouse. Mr. Coapman, who Star Comedy. Paramount I I i, Express agent Nathan Bryan said o. .
|spent Thursday in Lakeland, attend- well known here, is in White Lecture and Educational Film he had brought: over a number of
tog ,the Conference. Springs i i hoping that the mineral I, WICDJIoKSDAW 'boxes of fruit from St. Cloud in a CASINO
i W. W- Bell was among the Kis- bath will Improve his health. I Harry Morey-HONOri'S In WEB. box car, which was left standing in THEATER
Immee people who spent last week 'j Make your Christmas greetings a1 I I Vlt front of the express shed, the engine! .
i Okeechobee City on business. ''personal) one. Your Photograph will :Mutt A Jeff ,going on down in the yard toward ,
After hear Vessella's Bandou add Individuality to ,WHY MUTT LEFT THE VILLAGE I ...
you your message I IHUMMUAt I the freight depot. He had pulled a *
will want some of his Victor. I thoughtfulness and good will. Get Johnny J. Jonei presents! I hand truck over to the box car, the -
>cords. See R. DeWitt Brown. them at Wilder's Studio. 60-2t. I! "THE GREAT JANSKN" truck being Between the main track Saturday Dec. 13th \
G. and family motored Mrs. A Colterman and Band and Orchestra
f D' Wagner daughter,i'I sale Central Drug Store and the box car, and was unloadingthe ,
Seats "on at :
Lakeland Thursday to attend the Elizabeth, motored'to St. Cloud Sunday -
I| e KII>At fruit onto the truck. He had tt
lethodist conference-in session to attend the morning service Return engagement of"MICKEY. about fifteen boxes of fruit on the
ere. I{at the Baptist church. She was the I . ." I I|I truck when he noticed the engine THE GREATVESSELLA. .
I at reduced price lu. 16 and 26 cents I .
Christmas.
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: Nothing like Candy for guest of Mrs. M. P. Foster, and oth- Mill Dot :Maklnsbn will ting ,with a number of care coming back. ---
re have a plenty at Central Drug er Kokomo, Ind., friends, till evening "MICKEY." He said the fireman was looking out
tore. Chrlaty Comedy, I and he waived him to stop, but for
t D. W. Sanburn of Tallahassee,I| Mrs. I. B. Vereen is the guest this WILL OAI AND.UK11AV WESTERN." some reason the engine came on, and : I
Elate poultry specialist. Is expected week of her sister, Miss! Dixie! White. D. W. Griffith's I seeing that it was going to strike he
\vslit Osceola county the first of Mrs. Vereen has been making an | "ROMANCE OK HAPPY VALLEY"A ,Jumped into the box car just before
he week. I(I extended visit with relatives 'andfriends ( picture' you will enjoy aeelnK) the crash came. |And His Band of forty Pieces &:3
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Second Kpliode of Pearl White In -
Llsts's second Hungarian Rhap- in Georgia, and Is new en I "THE BLACK SECRET." I The truck was broken into bits ..
Body played by Vessella's Band is :1 I.route .to her home in the Isle of and the boxes of fruit fell and were .
.considered one of the greatest band ,PinesT I 1-- !crushed under the wheels of the en- Prices 75c and $1.00 + "
Records in existence. Of course its Mrs. J. B. Johnson and family Z. Roberson purchased a hand- I gine. Some of the fruit was evident -- .
.' Nash this week from the loco! ..
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I Djer-kiss and Mary Garden Sets, 'avenue this week. Col. Johnson, who dealers, Mach Borthers. parties in St. Cloud to friends in the Seats on Sale at,, Central .' '
beautiful gifts for your lady friend, 'was called buck to Knoxville Tenn.,I I Remember Victor Records make .north, judging from the way it was .. , j
'\. at Central Drug Store. after business matters, is very acceptable Xmas presents. 61-21''.packed and the fact that some of the

You are invited to attend the Y. lexpected'I to join his family for the The cold wave failed still to material-I'fruit had. names written on them in . ......
ice and Kissimmee is
( f, S. C. E. at the Christian church Christmas holidays. ink
next Sunday at 6:45 m. The meet- .Laymen's meeting at 3 o'clock in beautiful; spring-like weather.
, .2". Ing will be led by Helen McHhehee.R. Sunday afternoon at the Methodist For Sale-Ferris strain White Leg- ,
.' .Robotham and J. L. Cameron, bungalow. All men and boys cordially born hatching eggs and day old chix. I NEW OFFICERS OF K. OF P. Casino Theater 1
'v, of Maryville, Ohio arrived last Friday invited to attend. These meet- A.. E. Thomas, Tel. 215-3 rings. 46-tf LODGE.At .
for another winter 'in Kiasint-.: ting are instructive and lit r.' and Mrs Hatchet of New ,
helpful. "
: mee and are .slaying. at ,the.i'Osceola,.Come out and you will come'again.Mrs. York who .are spending the winterin the regular meeting of Friend- ." mmmmmmmmr
the home of ship .Lodge of the of .a
Orlando, purchased Knights Pythis,
; hotel. : I . .
J. 2r :Robrson '
: Roscoe Rober- n
See us for those classy Christmas Robert Glover, on Mabbett .street held at its castle hall recently, thefollowing :, '
Mrs Bartow
eon, Dutton, Mrs. G. *
this week. new officers for the com-
I Presents Phone 41.. Central Drug Store.* M.< Shearouse and Mrs. C, H. Summers The stork stopped at the home of ing year were duly elected and will Monday Dec. 15th'] ', A" "
' ntottored to Lakeland yesterday be installed the first \
Band Mr and Mrs. Charles Breaker Ihurs- meeting in
Vessella's Records are wonderful _. ..
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in the Roberson iA
car to be -, .
present :
fine Thisis January. ,
tone pictures. Drop'in.t 205 day ..leaving a baby boy.
at the M. E. Conference. the fourth son the wise old bird Chancellor Commander, John L. >
Emmett Sir, and hear them,or
I 1& phone Mb-s. J. L. Overstreet. Miss Ethyl has presented to this household. Overs treet. ROY D SMITH'S '

i Harper Caster left a few days ago Roberson. Mrs. G. W Persons, Mrs Everything has advanced in price Vice-Chancellor, James C. Buckles. : ,
or Camp Johnson, where he has accepted J. J. McCranie and Mrs. Winn were but Victor Records 51-2t. Prelate, J. M. Gardner. _.
a government position. He {among the Kissimmee people attending Sheriff L. H. Ingram returned (Master of Work, Sam L. Lupfer. '
expects to enter a business college 1 the Methodist Episcopal ,home last week from a business tripto Master at Arms, E. C. Dusenber- .. Scotch Highlande1f.BanCl:
later Conference at Lakeland this week.' Miami, and reports that city liter- ry. y
&> Mabel Nor nand will be seen again |They motored down in the Over- ally overrun with tourists, and real Keeper of Records. and Seal., Ver- With Bobby Broiler' : "
[at the Casinonext Friday in a return ' street car for the Thusrday session estate value soaring skyward. ner R. Ellis.Master.of. '
engagement of "Mickey." Miss I 'Lovers of music who 'were ,fortun- The afternoon train to St. Cloud Finance W. B. Craw-
Dot Makinson will again imperson- ate in hearing the concert given at has been discontinued for the present -I ford.Master Prieces: 50c,' 75c,,'$1.00.Seats :
the Mabelie the Casino last spring by the Scotch on account of the ahortage of of Exchequer, Joe D. Jef .'
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Subjects cf sermons at the I Highlanders band will be pleased to coal. The only train for that place,,fords on ,Sole l ,at" Central' ,,Drugl.Store:
tian church Sunday 'will be: 11 learn that this famous band) will now leaves at 7:20 a- m. I Inner Guard C. H. Driggers. .
a. m., "What i I.the Glory of Christ t" again visit Kissimmee Monday next. Mrs- Bartow Dutton, with her I I Outer Guard,*A- T. Snodgras. y
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7:30, "What i i. the Test of' Conver- Bobby Broiler and other favorite soloists mall daughter Margaret Frances,. Representative e
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Lodges Verner R Ellis A. S. Gilbert
lion Everybody welcome.AJrev will help to make an excellent, has arrived from their Georgia',' .V
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,, - program. home and will spend the Christmas and J. A. Lancaster.
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Orrie Porter, who has been living holidays' with her parents, Mr. and Alternates to the Grand Lodge, : f .
Carson Farmer andJ.
Joe'D. Jeffords
in North Dakota where he Mrs J. Z. Roberson.Hon. ,
was engaged -
N $ 'J Eye: in ,farming, the past three. Dixie' M. Hollms, of Clearwater . M. .Gardner., ,
years,' returned home last week. Mr. candidate for State Superintendent CASINOThursday
r i ,::' ,i. Porter sold Kis| ,entire- holdings in of Public Instruction, and B. M. UNION ELECTS OFFICERS

s a "Ifs"If. Dakota before leaving and says. he Prof. L RI'Highfill' principal of FOR 1920. .

is back in Florida.to stay...., the State agricultural school at '
$ ? J, H.; ;Lindsay and .on' have 'rented Largo were in the city yesterday The Baptist Missionary Union of : '
hour's, reading" attendthe the First Baptist church of Kissimmee :
an. a store room on Stewart avenue on their way to Orlando to
makes your eyes ache and are opening/ a shop for recharg stockmen's meeting. held. the annual election of officers 1 !
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,Ifprinted' matter occasionally . ing and repairing storage batteries. Mrs Maude Correll ,who recently last week naming the following ,
gets "misty. If They will also repair generators, sold her residence on Clyde avenue, well known workers to positions of '
you are obliged to stop starters and magnetos,.and will keep left this week''' for St. Petersburg responsibility: President Mrs O. B. Dec +
.work, periodically to rest a,stock of these goods on hand. They where she will remain for the winter. Palls; vice-president, Mrs. II, M. 1'8JOh

,your. eyes .for,a few min have.ordered a. complete :outfit:I'of Mr. Correll has many' friend who Breaker; second vice-president, Mrs.J. ;
utes. If find it machinery and will be able to do all G. Johnson; secretary. Mr. N. C. .
you t will learn'of. .her. departure with re .
'' .... " Bryan; treasurer Mrs. J. D. Jef .
easier to read, nearer!lor, their work in flrat-clash, shape- : ere t. NNY \ ., '

further away. "or than fourteen thepormal"twelve 'J.". *,H.Y'Bliss and 'wife, of .Shenton W. s." 'Gr ham'l.I I now agent atthe, fords, Mrs, N, C-v Bryan and Mrs., O. B. ..JONE\t# ,
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Neb., have arrtred'in.Kiseimmte to passenger station having succeeded, Falls* were hostesses for' the after "
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'inches-\-then\ ,',something spend', the*winter' herev They aredomiclled.a _Jr' A.. W. Smith, who goes to Tren noon and Mrs. Marion Carsent presided Presents. "
is wrong. \ 14 Orlando avenue-. Mr.I' ton, to look after his farming ,inter. over the business session. \1
If you cannot. recognize: Bliss expressed approval of Flor-, ests.1; Mr. Graham' i i. not sure whet/ : During the social hour daipty sandwiches ,r ,,
people" across .tb."Itr'eet.If .- ida weather and- laid there"wasn't": = Y
er- -preaent-arrrangement e tea and.cakes .served. The Great
were _
have to make I -
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.. much comparison between the permanent,or not, a* the seniorityrule .
effort to see clarly- warmth; and his home where the latest -, in vogue'wlththe* railroad company
4'y" knitting,the browns, for: .Per reported the thermometer:, may give the position to some CHANGES, IN' SCHEDULEThe ansen T TThe
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example. Jf strong fourteen''' below ----
the standing at degrees man older in the service of the company -
;tk gives,, you pain in zero. Mrs..Bliss is a. niece .of. Mrs. than himself.Striek'Is an old following schedule of train,
eyes,, or if. you tegniremote '' Frank VanDuxer.' Kissimmee boy, and While_he haps on the Atlantic Coast-.Line is' now, in .. '. C,,',..
light than'hitherto .' lived .in. number of different places' effect: ., -
Booking i an engagement her. forVessella'g ...... "
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,; your' eyes. "needatten. : famous-Italian band,which during his career a* a railroad man,' Southbound. Northbound.. '' 'fo(
tion. he has always called this his horn No No. .World's"Most', famous '
played during the Florida State Fair, :
If have of these 4:43 82 :
83 ar,12:22'a.m.
you any at Jacksonville; and which is now He i* competent, agreeable ,and popular ,ar. a.m. ,
difficulties call and let 27,ar. 10:13 a.m. 84,ar. 10:13 a.m- Prestidigitator and Transformist With '
both with people
Kissimmee 'l'.e1
week's concert : '
completing ; engagement ,
us ..find out, definitely,' a 91 1:51 80, 1:17 .. ; "'..; ,,(
at ,the Jacksonville armoryis and with ,the traveling public, and ..r. p-m. ar. pjn. i -. /'." .v.. :
,' what your trouble if it left to vote 89,ar.' 6:03pjn. 92, ar.. 2S7 p.m. '
A Just, to hear one of the four leading w* are sure were a
bands'of this continent It is Ff/com of the.local people' that he would be 85,ar. 9:03 p.m. 28,ar. 8:18 p.m' Ills Own Company'oi(, Ilindo Necromancers if
Bl and 92 is the Tampa Special. f
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bination of circumstances that madeit unanimously elected td keep po.
W. -L Sanderson_ Co., possible and.several, of the Florida sition. Mr. Schopkee,.of Plant City, This train stops only at palatka' De-I! '< Band and Orchestra" .-:
Land Sanford Orlando Kissimmee 4t.
.towns- endeavored to arrange fora i I.' temporarily Mr. Graham'splace r., \
Inc.Optewetrtstj : as aecond trick man. Lakeland< Plant City and Tampa., ; .. .
concert but they t i'hive'an. engage ; .
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# ,i' 'M.. : ment-to play"Lakeland Sundayand .,. will 91 be arrives put on.next .Monday. ; ,Special Sceaery; BewWcria Ekttrkil Effect, .: -. _. .---'-; r"i
Kissimmee the date, as :. sit-Tampa at 420pm. CvstniM'PRICES ... (1.
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,26 Braadway,, Kjdaiae.' band featuring composed grand of 40 opera, : mtl.lcian.c primA donna and .after'Court having'adJourned.been in session 'a and Nareoossee has, been discontinued ", _: 5C::>,>e-r7E'SO S1.C" .::>>O 1 :.

f' 'F1a., and six solo performers, baa.reeeiv little over,two, day r Judge Murphy and the train for Apopka' leavesat ., ..
ed''the highest commendation 'of:the and prosecuting attorney, Crawford 12:80'' ,p. i m.-,' returning> .here' the Seats on, Sale at Central. Drug. Store .t''
press: and the 'public,' and,KissimmeeI handled about fifteen criminal eases same"evening., f'. ;

td be' congratulated. in 'securing. at L this session, 'several ,of whom --' ,' ,-- -

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Grrenspurg, Pa, for the winter. r. .
Mr. and Mrs.. Oscar Holllngsworth ,
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t. Cloud Department Y., after an absence of two .years.
Uncle Josh business
Ferguson was a :,. ,'
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'(Written for last week.) ville. Anyone having .-anything to FOR Nice .r..rhfI'd dwelling .' .... ..
{ donate could leave same -at Mrs. on St.. by 6' r -. "
Mr. and Mrs J. W. .
Mr. West, ft. One large grapefruit tree and
. Franche, abd Mr., and, Mrs.' Wi .F. Daniel.; ,on Ohio'avenue.The' dub i one shade. tr... /oakl. .-and.on. "....
; 1' the Sunday will meet Friday afternoon before can tri In block 'E..Price $300.
Kenney, were guests.on Christmaswith Mrs.- Hamilton NICE CORNER lot facing east on .
.oft Mr and.Mrs. J. K. Houston. t Aderhold St., 76x00 h cement y II IN lslt l e r:
streetAll I
Ohio and Fifth fd"W :
)}.iI". 'and -!)frl. -'W F, Kenney, Mr. avenue aide walk on south 60 ft. Has
and Mr. and members are urged to 'be present as one large grapefruit tree and other
and Mrs. J., II. Young, |l-otficera for the ensuing year will belecfed. fihade tr'.-.. Splendid building situ
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Mrs- Morrison, _e.. guests + for a oottnue. Price $860.00 .
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Sunday, 'Nov. 23, of Mr. and Mrs. Z. NICE] -LOCATION for a dwelling on + 1
The New York Veterans' Association Brnck St.; S6x66 ft., ,with paving an4 j.
Barager. leave At-..I met 'Tuesd y alt "noonins: --old cementSide, walk:, Has one pecan
Mr and Mrs. Murphy just laid for city connectionto '
tree. Pipe
voted to
G. A. R. hair, when it was
Ind. for the
rived from Butlerville, edgy of walk. Price MOO.OO.
change the name to the' New York BIOHT KMAI 3 room houses on

''WI'lnfer.On about 19 of State Association, and to change the .. nhe St.. north ..ldo In Blki 13 tk I..
Thanksgiving Day j .to the third Tuesday In. has artesian" wafer rent '..00 pr
meeting day
the friends of Mr. and Mrs. AS.. I MltH. trice 1250.00 ..a c h'. ,
instead' of the first Tuesday -
month
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them to celebrate TWO STORY frame dwelling' 'Dar-
McKay, helped when: they will meet in upperG. HnKton Ave. Htora room below and .
l their twentieth wedding anniversary. officers five rooms for dwelling above. The
A. R. hall- The following
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several of 'China hae. purchaifdthree .
received pieces U. Government
;'' They different kinds of wild were elected for the year: lots In same block for a Federal I I ltq I ''I'' 411
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seven
game, were served, and the day wasthoroughly Mr.. Weatherston, re-elected president terms liulldlnd. Price. II 800.00; easy T P'Iltll I'' I I t

all II *
enjoyed by present. FURNISHED DWEL.LINO rooms
Mr. and Mrs I. S. Hoagland left J. W. Francher, re-elected vice- b"ll, facing ea.t, lot 75x132 ft., with
president.W. 132 ftf of cement walkcorner lake
j North Platt, Neb., on Nov. 6 by automobile P- Lynch, re-elected chaplain.Rev. and Aderhold Rt.., wfthplenty of ,
and arrived in St. Cloud on "hl\d. In block "E." Price $4500.T .- ,
Wednesday and expect to make this Brand secretary. (.<. >rmn to suit. I
,
Mrs BrAnd treasurer. GOOD GARDEN with arteilan well I
w their headquarters for the winter. After the business meeting, Mrs. I .. 2iOxZOO ft.. In Blk 13. 1f )
and daughter oncLake i
Elizabeth Hart bfen In
Mrs. the social hour St. Hadi cultivation It1f
'"" Brand had charge of I
: 't entertajned Mrs. Moore at for years, nan building Kiteacei.
1. Emma, which was filled with reading, recitations 2410 ft on lit r..t.' Price $.OO.O ,
dinner Thanksgiving day.I. and music. Mrs. Kaufmanwill LARGE LAKE front lot, near Electric
FWoursre and sister Florence, Light Plant at the end of Stewart
at
have of the
arrived last Thursday from Green- charge program Ave.. being Fractional Section 87,,
the next meeting.Mr. sell'an undivided half In-
with or will
the winter
leaf, Kans., to spend Eiselstein and wife and father 'rellt. This will be valuable property -
their sister, Mrs. Yeatman, and her have arrived from Indiana for the when the bulkhead !. done.BROADWAY .
family Elsworth Yeatman also returned PROPERTY, two store
absenceof winter. buildings, on "beet corner" In KinImmee. -
after
with them an The G- A. R. minstrel show given corner Stewart and Broad-
two years. way. Splendid location for: a good What do want
Monday evening was patronized bya
Milford George and Calvin Parker brick block. y your
and appreciative .audience
large ,
last Wednesday evening BRICK BUILDING facing on. Darlington .
came over and a goodly sum taken in, which Ave., t store room on II rat
frdm Stetson University Do spend will be used to pay off the indebtedness floor and 4 apartment, with 4 bathroom '
second floor.
Thanksgiving.C. I on
L Bandy of Kissimmee was a of the hall. FARM OF B&O acre adjoining the

business visitor at St. Cloud Tuesday -' This Weks' News. city limit About, between 400 acre two of brickroads. rich Christmas gift to ?
say
evening. muck land ready for the plow. Ar-
. Mrs. Dr. Ashley has returned fromNew The Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliaryheld teilan well. This I* the one farmwhere

York for the winter. their annual meeting Monday will be It no can danKer be arranged.of the crop 00 there being .

Mr. and Mrs. Chatfleld of Brooklyn afternoon.) One new member was drowned from an unusual rainfall.

N. Y-, have arrived to spend the mustered in, and four applications .
.0 ACRES In Orange Co.. V milefrom
winter the-sunny South. were, acted on. The following offi- Midland Ry. Land corner In .
'Mrs. Sarah HargraVe, who has cers were elected for' the year: Lake Bryan. South ,of Orange Center -

,*> been spending the summer in Ohio. Lady Commandr, Mrs.. Minnie Bar- one mile. Price $10.00 per acre.
200 ACRES selected many yearn ago .
,
arrived home last Monday. BK choice orange trove land locat- can't it ? Nor elle.l The
ber.Lady express can you can anyone
Association Vice Commander Mrs. E. E. YOU
The G. A. Memorial ed 6 mile M-eit of Klsftlmmee. 3
will have its annual meeting in I Williams. north of Loufthmam.'" and north of we feel most deeply .over never put themselves into I

January, in the hall. i Deputy Commander, Mrs. Abby the Price A.11000 C. L.per Ry.acre.. one half mile. words.

The Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary Gardner. CAN GIVE term on any of the above ,
r will be entertained at two o'clock I Lady Adj., Mrs- Mary P. )Doujrhty. If purchaser so desires.M. .

dinner on Wednesday by the Garrison J Chaplain, Mrs. Nancy Stillwell. .. STOUT.KlMlKKve. But our feelings have a language of their own-music. You can
of the Army and -Navy Union, at Mrs. S. E. Houston, re-elected ria.
their hall in this city: Quartermaster. lay your Christmas message with music. That is why the New Edison -

4 The Loyal Women's Class of the Paymaster, Mrs. Millie Hill. PICK THESE PLUMS. is a Christmas gift of the deepest meaning.

,' Christian church met last Friday Lady Officer of the Day, Mrs E. ONE HUNDRED acre located 4 miles .
and packed their Christmas box for E. Livermore. from Kllmmee. half mile from Ry.
the orphans' home at Atlanta. The !Officer: of. the Guard Celestine station and brick road school and Give a New Edison and you give not only the most human musical

t ladies had made sevencomforts,' betides Yeager. church.twelve acre Good bearing neighborhood.grove About someyoung instrument, not only an exquisite piece of furniture, but you give
.other sewing for the -home. Color Bearer No1, Pauline Wise. Tangerine tree' jut beginning ?
Mrs. Rode and daughters, Alma Color; Bearer No.2, Anna Meat- to bear. Good house stables also the 'very soul of music. .
and Madeline' Mrs. Tunnicliffe Mist yard.' garage, and convenient arrange
:
ment. This I.I a good home farm
,i 4/es Harriet Myers, Frances Marie Sentinel, Sarah McClay. with line grove. Will Introduce
t I' and Evadna' Hairris, MessrsColvin Lady Picket, Sarah McCarthy. purchaser to owner with whom you You can hear for yourself how faithfully, how completely the New

+ Parker' and Milford George, camped Patriotic Instructor, Anna Turner. can deal direct. Edison that which for
FORTY ACRES 4 miles from town expresses you want to say Christmas. Come .
at Lake Alligator last Friday night Pianist, Elmina C. Westcott. half In cultivation 3 acre grove
and Saturday The Christian church had nine new bearing. berries, and other fruits, in and let us play some of the beautiful Christmas songs for you. Ir

yi :Mrs. 'G: K. Hendrieks Mr. Walker member. on Sunday night. rood barn. small house pretty
shade, good land 20 acre pasture. such as "Silent Night. Holy Night" by Frieda Hampel. Listen to the;
and .Capt- Geo. Nason, were the dinner I J. W. Thompson of Kissimmee was Owner an elderly man. will sell for -
'guests' on Thanksgiving day of in our city on Wednesday. $2600 on favorable term of payment t soulful appeal that falls on the ear like a gentle caress. Then you

Mr. Henry. Epple and daughter, Eda Mrs. Wm. Empson, Mrs. Mary 18H ACRES. land just off Dixie Highway will know why the New Edison is "The Phonograph with a Soul
and Miss Lillie Arnold
Epple.. : KInsey were 1 mile from Ry. town 9 room
i The following new members were the guests on Wednesday of Mrs house S acre bearing grove, loaded
taken into the Christian-churchvlast Jennie-French. with fruit now; 10 acre citrus land.

a'0} Sunday: Mr. Henry Biggs,, Mr. Messrs. Pau( Wagner and J. M. 8. acrea productive fine much has land about very an acre richand

+' .", Kaufman and Mr. and Mra.- Hlatt. Carpenter' Ashton, were in our line cabbage lettuce peppers, and '

and in afternoon Rev.*.. ,Hayner city shopping on Wednesday. (II,I cabbage, half vegetable crop all The NEW EDISON; Central Store :
Drug : .
beld a baptismal service at the lake, Mr.' and' Mrs. Ernest Hoppe motored the with fruit farm 40 for hen 12500.8 hog Time, all on fto partIf In ,,

where the same'were baptised. "" to Narcoossee: on Saturday desired. "Th Phonograph with a Soul .
The Episcopal Guild' and Rebekah last. 1,400 ACRES land close to station, t
: Mr. D. H. Gill has sold, his resi part fine prairie part farming an- Agents Phone 41 ; ',
entertainwent deneeO: citrus land near East Coast hard r
on Michigan avenue and is looted surfaced road running through

F the G., A., R.. hall Admission 60 The' New England'' Society will on Delaware avenue. drainage advantage, land owr- 4
ed by Northern man, will' sell chop"and 1
meet in the upper G. A. R- nail on Mr and Mrs.' Moore of Erie, N.T., on. !easy .terms.. We want to r
t" Tuesday, Dee. 9th, at 2 p. m... All and Mr. and Mrs. Potter of Massachusetts show this la ml to some one wh v

e New Englanders' urged to be pres are here for a short stay. will make a reasonable offer on It ..
and business be done
some to
,' ent.' Strangers welcome._ 'Floyd Brown and mother and sis your great advantage.I can.
1
i Ida and Rena Conroy, of Orlando morning from Fayetteville, .Nil; Y., wood-, lot house 80x15(1 chicken feet good house garage and H. Ouy.cash Kenansvllle.balance terms Fla..to suit.tf-tf SAVES BY BURNING OIL : trouble apprehended in efforts to
.' for the winter.
: motored over to spend Thanks- yard 18 bearing trees, splendid get that product for fuel. It might

1 .crivingwith ,the former's mother .__The New England Society met in property, furnished except bedclothes WANTED-FURNISHED HOMES be stated here that. last. month.tha,,
)In. Colvin and sister, Mrs. Parker, upper' G. A. R. hall Tuesday after- and silverware, 'all .for APARTMENTS OR ROOMS. SEEH. In view of the fact that Kluslm-j fuel bill was $360.less than the same

and family. The two families pick. n<<>n. Meeting called to order by FINE.SKOO,WELL on favorable, built 9 terms. house- W. ANDERSON ft CO. REAL mee's public utilities plant will be month last year, which I.'' quite a '

Bleed at Alligator' Lake on Thanks; the vice-president? Mr. Mason Oo- large lot well located room well furnished ESTATE AND RENTALS.FOR burning oil in a short time, the following -I saving, and then It is much ,easier
l cuing song America followed by modern bringing In bigrents from the Lakeland Star in to handle and fewer men are neededat it

'i'i ,Thi'Pri.e111iiChtnet I .'Friday ev- prayer by. the chaplain, M.... Cur- Term will If desired.sell furnished for $4160. and BALE good-On pnaeton.* set single Will sell harness or reference to the change from woodto the plant to take care of things,**.*!' :

,coin,. Nov. 28, ,with Ella.McAllister, sler. Reading of secretary's report PLENTY SMALL truck and / chicken trade. M. D. Alexander. 4f.tf- oil by that city's plant is Interesting i ->?rT\ ... 1
;-fc, on' Carolina'"avenue'with .a goodly by Mr- 'Adams; treasurers report farm, one large house and K acre : Welcome> the ,tourists.
ti number" attendance.' After the by Miss Epple. farm. Just outside cltv limits, rood ARIDRs.lld today for a free
\ :
usual of the Florida Farmerand
barn garage, fine place, belt of sample copy
..' builDel1'.tlatOD;the evening ;was Old and new business was then reaon for selling:. Cheap. You Stockman published at Jack frl
pleasantly 'spent 'with games' of disposed of. The following officers will buy ,this property If you examine sonville. Tells about livestock ralaInsr. -
'flinch and parcheesl- Light refresh were) elected: It. See us for bargains>> of dairying, poultry, citrus fruit '
at $1.00
all kinds. and trucking. -weekly per
: f ments'.were served 'The club will President. George Woodard. year-three years. for 100. Only '
meet on FrIday, Dec. 5th,' with Mrs.: 1st Vice-Presldent. Mr. Mann. NELSON REALTY COMPANY livestock and general farming; paperIn

z Daniels, to pack their Christmas' box I 2nd Vice-president, I IMr. Harvey. the state., Write today. ExperienceGreat
FOR HENT The
store
,toe. the orphans'; home at Jacksonl 'Treasurer, Miss Epple. by P. H..La.w.on. will be room vacant occupied. Jan. FOR-BOLE-M: : home atv, Hammock .I
Secretary,,Mb-. Adam. 11 II-It. )' clt)> limits, on ,
Pre. Cor. M.... French. the Dixie HI..hway-St. Cloud and '
WANTED-A second hand Ford 'In Melbourne road. Family residence. ,
i : Pianist Mrs. Facilities'"'
HEGUCTIKG THAT 'Chaplain Pope; good shape Call at UK Orange fit.. fully furnished Vide verandas all Storage .
-Mn. Currier: Kissimmee. 51-lt-pd. round the house, which I* beautifully f -' )
7 1 Recess of 15 minutes to pay dues located among large oaks .
COOl and get acquainted. FOR SALE)-C room house., front .and IOI:4 well artesian water, par- I ;
) OR COUGH?
back servant's quarter About
,. ,. 'Mr.- Woodard, the new -president, yard rcndPI.:: e.f I.h'rl chicken barn, 70 acres of land hammoCkb prairie } t' ,
was then escorted i to i the chair by wood shed. Inquire 10 Broadway and muck. rou.ht,
--.-- Mr. Harvey and Mr. Wentworth, 51-tf. Klsslmmee Fla H-tf.

Wfcy whey Dr. KlnjrV New then:I followed the 'program for the FOR SALE OR RENT-Cottage with WANT DHAVE'YOU ANY- In Ideal Formulas offer
;' social bourl in charge of Miss Epple. acre .of ground and outbuildings THING TO SELL? LIST WITH we you Experience dating from: p

:, x ) "Dfacoirwjf(so pvompuy1' 0.- Mrs. Pope..Reading" . some for fruit poultry screened. and porches dairying. Suitable Apply - US. H. W. ANDERSON & CO. the very beginning of commercial production'jof Florida, '

rlt check*' U, ;' Mrs. Beleis.Splo Mrs.' E. L. Green, 401 Mahbett REAL. ESTATE AND RENTALS. This shows '' *
" " crops. 'experience not only the ,value of;
,.
,"U ," h. Little Bi'ons! Button, c S t, tl-> -peL proper
by Captain Nason. and for encore, '.. Ceart. ef C..tF ....... State ..fFiends. materials correctly proportioned at to availability, but' the :

:i' 7. ,:jP"S 'natvrsl: you dont'want Ijjf'b- lang Nancy nLee.Readingr.M ,FOR VhwaBd.SALJB! !-Cabbas-e A. L. King plats.Kissimmee 11.80 per, I O.ee.la C...4y. need of perfect physical eondition.t time .
l application.
: '" ..'!a:: leN..a4 1et.that.oldee3i.oi: .._ .Hahlde.-"Tbe Coivporal's FlaTT. *.*., .. . .'-It,'. !. re JEetate.: ,!-. W. T...Makl aaea.. Den. ..of . win
: 't.,. cough drag on or, that new-attack Call" OWELLHJGS I eea..... To secure this i condition, The''tilizer must be made long
'\ develop aerlonsly. .Not when Fanny Reading" Mrs Forsalth.. for. rent. Apply .to )(. I '
." h yon can Tiller. Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt advance, batched and reground. This calls for eDo Do's', ,' '
such Recitation
'jtet a proved successful .
remedj ,..Mr. Wentworth may concern. that W. B. :Maklnson ,
',:..:t'-i; 'as Dr. King New Discovery.: ; .' i Violin'Solo, Mr. Stevenson accompanied -< FOR attractive BALES Second-hand Ford ear. as Administrator of the E.taof W. store house cape city. Acres of flooring are' necessary to insure -_
Cold, .coup, grippe,, croup does not at prices Osceola Motor T. Maklnson Deceased, will on thetolthearHonorablea
. resist thU standard reliever by Mrs. Pope. Co., 107 .Broadway. A. D. lUG, Apply goods being thoroughly cured -seasoned blended before,t, 1

k l ,4' 'its r Quality la aa high 'today very as 'It longgp 'alwaya ,;Remarksby Mrs. Wn H.. Bailey. rOR 8ALB-:.On.' Bmeraon Typewriter, 'Jhd".onl and T.for M.<
>:> baa been-and ICs been growing Recitation. ,'by. Mr.,, Adams. ,' "BantyReading model three, visible, u good as new his office In Kissimmee, Jn said County : Labor ii -.
.i y;//atfeadly In popularity for.. more'than! Tim." ". Apply Valley Gasette. tt. at 10 o'clock a. m., or aa soon I high and difficult, many 1 other' expenses;; and y

'' ....."-.dOc. L20a by.MIss Epple.Remarks' LOST thereafter. aa the matter can be heard problems are to be met hold fast all the ."
aft7-7. an4'$ ; botU'j -SBrlng of gold bead Reward for authority to sell at public or private to Sure thing ,;

yet;'all ,draggt.te.; 'Olva It'a. Carrier and* by ,Mr.', Farnum- vMr.; If returned Mrs. E.) L.' Lesley. tilt estate sale In the said following County described to-wit: real that make, for your success. By choosing Ideal Fertilizers y .
I Mr. Adams-! FOR BALE)-Two pair of Iron '
gates. From the Southwesterly corner of
,Mr.:.' Wentworth will have chargeof I ft. by 10 ft. AT B. Drought, Ham- Bloek,it of a A. Robinson's Additionto you have eliminated the fertilizer problem. Over a quarter ;
.
"JL: ? '!:" I Borman" .,,, 'Inert' LI.ei the program 'tor.: January and mock Grove. Sltf.FOR' . ,4$ Kissimmee deg East (0 City feet run thence thence We North..t..4T century of profitable field results' are back, of them. Why ,< ">

.io..1tI'j. r; 2Iie7''}, _- wo 't let yon put'"pep'" Mrs.) Julia Fnnchfor February SALEJ-Flre Insurance business d... .North'' IIi feet, thence South 41deav take unnecessarychances? .
r 'IIMo-01IrJrorll: or.pl..,.. Sick: heat o.1 Closed,' bysinging/'Star-Spangled I.' l and tax payingasency.. See A. E). Weat fO feet: thence East! 4T ,
Drourht. or phone 11(2-1.( Il.ft.WANTEDTo..t deg. South IK tee. 'to place of be. . .
..,*.,! w ad'fmptaltle.ln;; 'th. body. ) In parMlea based.upon the for such sale /
, Mr.and;-MTSV: W. E.. Frank of de.lrlna-lighter-wood'In .
"..,a: '"J' efirlglat,torT. l th" tniike the Tripoli. 'IIL;- -are I here for' the winter ;_-11 Inchlength.Preferto. sell strand in now Dated on Ale Deo.la IV-IC'D.said: Court.. Jtl'. ;- .- -:-, . :', '" +,

.' the bowels.function rego and are'pleasantly. located,,with Mrs.Phlpns lots One to fire. strans or more. -X , w. B. lAKIN80N. I .' a . ,
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?r"E.Jt..t7.Dr.,King'a| Mew Life, PUU I on Maryland avenue ''Ik-Barber. 00-tf W.Attorney B CRAWFORD for Administrator.Administrator 61.11.tb.'oner . h f.
WUSOU'
yet pod utely' they' produce : Mr.:, and Mrs. 'I.- D.; Mereness,' of TO* .aALB-JIIIchty >crMj 11 aeree & Toorner Pert111zer'Co.
1
:s.sldbathat 'dc .. rthe 'Bystem andtwFMeer.led'bowel' Sbaron.8.P11n&. .:' .Of.- 'are among' cleared b.aring'and oraa under'f.ne.l o ...'......1 $2,000 I acres,worth In .. .*. ni ors-... AIIIct .nr .... L, '": Hsaafactnren.Ideal. ,Fertilizers, .1'+ '",.1'.' I
respond to the late'arrivals, and are guests,tat + . tlIDMP ,.
/Iat :OTP"- 00 tract; toar- Beesvseef. base and lat..... yboflI" ..etiCloud.,HotelMrsV -' .. I,. : : room b... and kitchen. .Also It OI.lUCIN.tIaaIa erdlaary ";; ; .
'L o-.: : *" *'L"DaJby'.and'""Mr.- ands Mrs.. f, h.all.t _tUG and a good ..Dob atrange !Tlvle..OMO: does Bet caw** immseisse aor "' achoii'ilh.'FIa: : ' .,''r .' qe
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7tpi5TIMpJNIAI-I: : AMPtILET FOR: \ "j
; 'IJtTER'THAN'
1h
N -\j* I -tr mrtI.QRMEiir.? iv
? ', : \: : t : $ C 9.M N ,J '

i ' $Soldiers i of!, the<, .American:... Army Indistinguishable.<< Lett' I it,' be ao toyour WH1SXEYJ8Rr: :
' L: V' H", 'I'AG'i I'are,; credited by the French uo.ero..i I \ mindi, when, .you: ,think''"ot
l! i v 1 ) jll; .. merit with being; largely, jn" ruDlen.i France; remember ,the innumerable COLDSAND FLU
,, -Ii: tall in winning the victory whichcanie small houses .whici\ almost two million : :
= to the Arm. .... .
and .
of right justice died, to: save, sand, those hearths "
'I' ; =Ii on November 11. 1918, when the: where a. fire still burns,' though ,the I .t
Every Tuesday = Armistice Germany begged was i poilus 'who have left it will,Dever,re. New':ElixirA 3.ied .,iroj.,
4 = granted.Thia appears in a souvenir turn.; If any- harsh thoughts remain,
> , ; , == pamphlet dedicated tot the American I let the mists unfold .all that is not al, Medicated With'L' teat'ScJenti1lc
= soldiers who fought overseas and I)|romance of' this war-the drawing 'Remedies, Ua3d ct''
Effective Tuesday, December 9th', and each Tuesday'\ -:: which will soon be presented through together .hi fraternal love* of those .
and Endorsed' Euro.
.. == recruiting officers throughout; the ,who have suffered. This is the by
I
thereafter shall have"'o. ship at the Kissbu iee'; ==:: United i States, American
we to
every I)prayerof France. Together'' with pean :and. Ariarican: Army

'Landing Field prepared carry. passengers.. .. ;;=:: American'soldier who' Expeditionary saw service Forces with and the,:::,the the, stirring gratitude memory. her of living her,dead.there It is Surgeons to, Cut, Short a: ,-

,h:;' '. Y' ',r joi.41 ," ' t == who did not ;receive one 'before lea carries iti, message to you as a Cold and Prevent. .Complications.
,-,::;\;,..f' .j."i. .'A == In* France., ,, ., "I I blessing from those who, because of : 4

.,, t ,.;. ,'x.,C f'v....'.i ;. I ..r ; ,'_== The memorial voices the- feeling of your. gallant\sacrifice, shall ,not ,have
'1' ... . _ RATES- . = France to America and America's '
.,,."1 .::1) ;,;,," = given their ,lives in vain. '
:,'\. f't,, ,,, ;;" " . .. .. .. .. ==:: ,noble sons, who, were over there, not I The memorial in fact, ''is a history Every Druggist in 'U': 'ffIhstructed -
.
'>)Minutes, $15 ,( Minimum ) 00 Minutes. ., $25Stunt i::::::: for omitting Liberty.those. In an who eloquent gave their introduction All- I in tabloid form the of'' America's participation I to Refund'Price
in war, beginning with
Flight..:$10 Extra == appears this high tribute to Cantlgny where the gallant lit- Division :' I While You Wait at Counter }-
:: American soldiers
"At the critical: made history to the. attackon :i If Relief Does Not Come'' .
=: most moment of
the of Sedan, Just-'befor. '
: = the strugglewhich !lasted for fires the Armistice heights was granted. ': Withiq.yvrQ, Minutes::
i= years against German ..imperialism, 'I ; ;
SardLupfer ,
Book Your FligtiiNow See
soldiers
The
of the American Expeditionary -
f = you came as strong youths into a Delightful Taste. immediate '
Forces who and
wooed
""" -= country where the had I
"
,young per
e J3 =: ished. To the weeping you,, brought won brides among the French people .' Relief,,Quick ,Wrm.Upf
=: a Smile, to those who had been dis- will find most Interesting that '
t ORLANDO'AIR" I:: polled your generosity restored hope portion of the memorial dealing'with The senintton; of '(ho roair"". id ,the
SERVI'CEt to the fatherless children you the home life in France. drug trado is Aspironal, the two., .c

'" ' joy. The summing up of offered'' .A supply, of' these memorials tins, minute cold and cough reliever,.. afttlioritativcly -<
"
-< tL. INCORPORATED. 1=i collections must remain an been shipped to Colonel G. S. Tiffany guaranteed.by the labora
.. J'1111I1011I11I11I11I11I11I11I111I111I11I == tion to you and to those who follow Infantry, Recruiting Officer torleij cited, approved and most
= you, in all future after(.- at Jacksonville Fla., through the enthi. frfstior.lly enJorird by, the high-
U 11I111I11 II I 111111 IIIIIIII Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 lllllllllllllllllllllnlll I nJiffi= "Often: marching toward dusk, Recruting Publicity Bureau of the I eat authorities, and.> 'proclaimed by
ij along: some valley 'road In France Army, New' York City, which ia acting tho common+ people tae, ton ,times as
_. you have watched the lights as they as distributing agent for' the! quirk BUdvfffoetivo' aswhiskey, rock i,
---",-- began to shine out from the, windows French Government On receipt they and ryew'orlnny) otlior'cold.' and. eougk
o..oo.ooo.o..oooooooooo..ooooooo 110 of ,the little farm houses while the will be issued by the Recruiting Officers remedy' thy'lareeTcr:: lI.l' .
t mists gradually enveloped all'' but to every. man entitled/ to, receive. ,i All drug > ol'ea' are now, fu)>pHed.
with ,
thewenderfut'aow tlixlr./ga all
the shadowy forms of objects almost It. /
-' --- .. you hard to do toy rid of'Mint tpld
I I Is/ to step late thoindnrest- drugstore, t
THE COUNTRY ROADS Wanted-Red- hand 4ho eler.lt, half a dollar'fora bottle
.r MONEY SAVED: of >uYnpirouill' tell Win tstrv yen
two teaspooaf ula with, lour t.aspo a-jt
Blooded Men! fols of"trnter In' 0' JlII.! :..Wtth *
Florida' is going to have a large ,
: watch] in your hand- take 'the, driakj,
\ number of visitors
this winter
as us- -- at. 0110 1I for
t.alJo'T'.nce ,,
ual. of them will have auto- and your1mon.y j
Many Happy Successful People Every boCk''f1l! .t"'Oi\ minutes ;if voa'aaDBot
mobiles and will have time to nee the where Are Always in Great;: feel Tout1! cold fading to way Hk. H dream ,, '
county. There are two kinds of Demand. withlntho| time limit Doa't" ,balk- ti
roads in Florida, as in every state. tul, for' all; dr \
ISMONEY The main road is the one most frequented Best. Friend*-Red Blooded- '. expect I ;you ''to iggiats1iuv4tsyoahand. ;
v (by speeders who want to doing !Jt. 't }
,' get somewhere puick, and by traffic .I Pepto-Mangan Produces Better Blood WbenIur cold or' ,eoug' is 're-!'
cars, and on the back one, and-many -Sold in Uquid and Tablet Ileved'take' the remainder of the bottle
.
of these' back roads are usually in Form. borne> to yoor wife 'and babies,' ,
MADE : good condition. The dirver on these Aspironal is by fat the aafrat and
back roads will not meet with as Get into the redbloodedclass if effective, the easiest to take and :tor'I'I'
much duet and danger and he can you are not there now. Take a few most ,agrees ble :, see things just as pretty in rural \yeeks' course of that splendid tonic frf rtfyt i !, < and'* chfdna.-Mr.L: :;,;.?t I y
and avoid drivers who watch
scenery repto-Mangan ana note now you
i speedometers and brag on their improve in health and !looks. Pepto-I
: ability to get all the speed there is Mangan is a blood maker and is for .
.
in the car, says the State Marketing sale At the drug store right nearyour "S4t .. : 4'S
: Bureau home. It is put up in both lio-.' w.aJ fJ 4I
See Stanford Before You Buy There is not much satisfaction uid and tablet form. Take which '

the 40 mile an hour style of traveling you choose, but see that the name ,t. ,_. .. 7W6A '''
when everyone in the car keeps "Gude" is on the package. Without 4beucM.
eyes glued on the the road ahead "Gude" it is not Pepto-Mangan. _
and minds poised between hope and t, It is the cry everywhere-"W4nt iGltD 1v. OIfCIi ,; 'llld "'
y! anxiety that nothing serious may ed-Red-Blooded Men." Th. soldiers l ,i\
happen, with no time to look around and sailors that won the war were loI I- .

. , -_ and comment on what is being pass red-blooded, two-fisted fan ow.. In-
; ed. business it is MOUSE
; : the red-blooded man MAXWELL
Florida Is a historic state. Thereare that stands the strain and wins the ;
many interesting spots and big successes. The world has no COFFEE'
J scenes off the main traveled roads. place for the thin-blooded weakling. I ,
P Motorists who do not want to eat It is natural, too, that red-blooded I t y
dust from speeders and risk their men and women should have more
lives will find more satisfaction in friends, and they do. They are bet- No Worms.a rlMOtjiy: CbtM '
using the' unfrequented back roads, ter human beings than the thin All chUdrra 'tiMbM wkk WMIBS aeW aa..:;
often skirting pretty lakes, or in blooded anemics who likely to be b sltbyoukr,..hlclllllClloatM poor blood tad aareta. .
sight, with a chance to see something grouchy" and irritahje. ) most. of the GROVE.than !. man or Imf Muuiauli dliOrbaMa. r ,
; TASTELESS
ehUl TONIC Oma nMzirr
unusual. Informationcan time.
rare or Jar two or tkne wks will rarick UM WO d. Im-*
>, be had from the older citizensof *T urn.the.".....,.,.sad act a a G.ow.IStree1tb-
(A towns as to placer of interest In A want ad. in Val) ,. Gazette .....fllGlo III.wllole.,...., $will......, n'} 4
the country roundabout their towns. will rent -, throw off or dbpvl th.wonu,aad tk.ChBd: wU M'i b,
your scare room i la_fcu h..IU Pl......t total*. tftn m..i r

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The Florida Times-Union printed ,

They' Win You On Quality! more November news than and printed more advertising in any Flor-in ...

ida newspaper during any previous
month. .
c 'Your enjoyment of Camels;vyi11 be'.very great The total space devoted to news

. ... t because their refreshing,. flavor and 'fragrance and advertising amounted to 6.966 :
columns and included
.. r andjnellowness' is so enticingly different. You. of' paid advertising 1,202,628 lines ..' t ,, ..., daAL, r...

; !ff 'l'y.t- ,-I tasted. cl1. a cigarette I Bite is ejirni-- The Times-Union prints day 'after : I' '' = .. OJ"
J. never s : day 'more news than any other newspaper __... ) ;t, ,' .I 'f!?: .. ..; !., ,

y .1 tf .... nated and there is acheerful.absence, ; of;any circulated in this territory. ;- ,-II...._ .. .\ "i. r .;..to ,
"fl" :
t 'The best informed itizens 'of 'this
1.-Jnl.n -: fX'a i"unpleasant? cigaretty'bfterjtaste: or 'any.tun: ," ? community read ,the Florid Times- I '.'SMfS"M ..S'a,.,safe and"euie'aa'd' 'ouripkndid, : 'ti
1oeents :
r a package odor t a Union ,
.the
p'le cigaretty:: | regularly Although price

f' 'J\dJft.b..J t "Clif' .ie1: are Lj : of.Times-Union's paper has greatly advanced the' i Jo... giving prompttUention': Fo'mail4dtleptisiU'are;; ; ;; i , ;, I ;
.c. _ ... .. made ofan expertb1end, of'rhgf e' subscription 'rate. ,is ,
e a result' IU" A
, _"" : now as it has been, for more than a I r the of a careful.studied'efort'to.atbficto'rilyaerroarbrgel: :;: : : I' '
.,-, ., =:::lu;, Turkish and choice Domestic I tobaccos and, are,' r year,..$9.00 pen year for the daily M'. >
., a ,,.._ r' and Sttdday by- mail.14.50 for six and list toukfdeposh :' 'i I' '-'.a \ 1
:.=:.,roe, w..,,...p..r.. ..... smooth rn and mild, but havetthat:.. ;, desirable fall-j ;, j, months. .- constantly'growing. ".. .., '" o ' .. r. ;!, .. . r
i-I'Ai.- ,,,._, 1xodXlandt certainly. hand.out; satisfactionlin, ;. Si If we' have no agent in your town.agood' "\ ," L'w, : i? r/illv: yes., :'1 I'- ,
d'dw.dwMifrR.rwa.ela./ra..l... ... < .J' 7.T-tt': : rkd' opening awaits' ,- if WHEN ''YOtt''. CANT" \,., : '
generous measure. '.Y' ou will prefer this Camel 1, ; are a hustler.' you you : 9MEI TQ 'TO.Wlt. : ,
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t ;blend'td either kiridof tobacco smoked Send nd '
straight ., ; subscriptionsto ,
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.... \ the 'Circulation USE THE. MAILS. ; 'I , '
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D-4 } \). rc ':-' ,".. 'Give, Camels the stifles" ,trypitt; there;,. ; Florida Fla. -Times-Union, Jacksonville. .." '. t { . .' . '1" 't +

\ ...... \ i them .with- cigarette: .in1the U joe will ctrop M a Gee w. 'wG'/'S" yoa .'.". I, ,
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flavor satisfactlotlNo' *
'j' hr, .J" : ; ; "- rriataer? .. good to u. 'as the'announce' > Vx'v v) .'.

.. " .r', .' ,' . /' '. i Jiowiyijberally( :- .-yea should OM ,.tkls bank.:" I.m. ,,;, ,,.

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i.,* : a', R. J. .REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. "TAKEN.fM $ T E 'B Or : u
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t i_ .'10'..r' :.Y rAI 'I'1" 'J I I u 1, 'J .. ,..' : SaleIIy;" 1.' ,".r......' If'"I" 9r /"motet-Inn-lavi is a drtig" 1st. : : :
H 1"V i ( r" c}be.told me, ()several: bad stomachand
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sr liver which '
et cases benefitted
e p Q 'ot 'beisliwf 'elonsra, a&tif: w...:..>. \\l e1rd .1".. 'a by taking MayrV Wonderful were .. ... ..
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and advised KISSIMIMEE"
me to try it. I-had num- 1
It''. "'"., ..' > . . n' emus bad attac/cadue/ .to bloatingand'had'almostconstant" }. .

. ,, ,. 'I .; .. 1 . pain in'mysWmacn"oerore. REsouRc . I . )\1,... I 1 it
tWlt..J; UJJv"f Constipation" **V Gored =t.; ;chaaberlaln'eaTabletL' 'I. 'p:,' '4.. j 'ICOJmEsP9.N'I EN1'Sl1'YAIyTEDT : i I I am. feelingtflne.now7xH.- getting': your 1s'a remedy'..simple .,,, 17 o,ono.qo; i. ) CaptUl: $100,000.00. ;.. ti,
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to 2 1 Day ese"3a61eCi: : IJ' I I;i T !.Gacett t.- > *i* < ,T > : AV if '
\ vlnl ; ; "' itrs { ntenaedt'eepidaily ". iThe wants a eorrecpondentIn 'harmless preparation that removes "t'I' \ .,Mf. fl'
wmt PEPSIN" .1's + 'for rhdigestl.nsad cpnstipa- 1 every community la Osceola county.Send ., the catarrhal mueu.'fpmtrthe' '" J'f;......--.1 .. :-, j>. T .
Ttepred sttWT tlv.tor \itualConstipation troth; 'They1; ; tone,up.the stomach and in the news, it .I will :.help the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation V | .Of&eWa'... Diiedoni ," :'

: It" relieves promptly' but enable It' to' perform its'J tunhdonenaturlI. paper'and' will keep- i your...J,teetion. -.,. beIf - ..whicheauaes practically tallstomach' ,C A,'CAfiSON;,>Prealdent ,f a xITZ .. .!$f. LE3LETfT-f; .A ,
.?;should be taken reguVsriy for 14 to ti days fore. tie p..b1.c.: . \II.. liven and M! intestinal; ail. :
action.:.'It : ajo I' I' '. "' : ; Cashier. ; >
to Induce regular Stimulates arvdM4 liv r '.''l ad.'bowdajatbrby':' kter'lda .tr\ menu, Including"f- apendicitle.IOne lBFJ'Ca .
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ll. Proceedings. of the, County CommissionersTh I j. ,)','-J1 ,' '.. ':. . ... '. ,' .
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c(4 'abort a cold board of County Commission. board by the stockholders Of the as- :-,.' ": .J, .".,, ,, ; I 11;" \ . 'd "9 \''''", ,
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ors in and for the county of Osceola, sociation. .
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Ton December The board took a until 2 L y I'"'It' w\ t+ tl
\ and prevent corn .t.t"I Florida, met at 10. a. m-; recess p. "
A 1st there being present Hon. A. m. > ., ... ;., I... .., .;i .: ;1
F.' Bas chairman; E. L. D. Over- The board reconvened at 2 p. TO:; w I i

7Fs % ; plications J ,'take street, Ernest Mach, John Partin, all members'of the board being press* ," ,....1-.0, . .,if? .
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B. II. Guy ,commissioners) Pat Johnston ent except Commissioner Guy. .' ... II .,.. ,.. ..
attorney for the board, and '.J. The clerk presented application of ',' ..",,,,
,.il" L. Overstreet, clerfCThe Mrs. Lola C., Allan! for widow's exemption . n-w___.J'... .. .,_ .' ... .,> .' ..

board was called to order by .whereupon It was determined ' --- . .' .
its chairman A. }.. Bass, and the by the board after advice' from hat pal I. ..... ,
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the session of their that she Was not .,
mjnutes of November ,attorney en '. Is'blunuJt.i) p.
said board rend and approved. titled to such exemption.., I' r 't' 1
Mr John S. Cadel appeared before Tha clerk presented a petition .f . M" .. I
the, board and asked them to recom from citizens of St- Cloud, asking ":
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mend the payment of all taxes, state them' to allow Mrs. Bertha Lions : :::. "
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and county against the property otOIivlnl maintenanceMatter referred to ... "Jr... ,..
Zelfa Savage in 'Block 20 'of Commissioner A. F. Baas

the F. F. Ry. Company's Survey for The clerk presented and read in

fifty per cent of the full amount, open board several letters, viz: Let-
whereupon the board passed a resolution 'ter from Messers. Johnston & Garrett -
recommending the payment of announcing that they had no I' J \" 5 ,e '

The and refined such taxes ..as requested. connection with S, R. Fields, road.
purified The clerk presented and read in ; matter, and letter from State Bank

r i calomel tablet that are open board a letter from Mr. MJ M. Of Kissimmee, regarding Pj>or Farm r

nausealess safe and lure.t Smith, chairman x>f the' State Road :hole, which were ordered filed with *Knew we'd together"Ches.
, get
Department, regarding the work on;proceedings of board. .
t Medicinal virtues retain. S R. & B. district No. 2, which leter I Mr. W. .W. Clark being present, ,I '

ed and Sold > wag ordered spread on* the minutes informed the board that the pump at FieldTTERE'S .
improved. of tha board. Roberts' vat did not furnish any "
I j only in sealed packages The clerk also read a letter from water, commissioner Overstreet madea ,

a Price 35c. Mr. M. M. Smith regarding the Nash motion that Mr. Clark be instructed where 'the particular ''smoker ''

t juad trucks furnished by the State to. clean pump out and get it in 'I. "
s Road Department for Osoeola coun- good shape, motMi seconded by Jrl meets the particular smoke-Chester r

ordered Commissioner Mach and carried.Mr. .' ..
ty, which letter was spread ,
upon the minutes of the board, aida W. J- Steed came before the field. '
warrant for $678.98 drawn to the board and reported the condition of '

tH State Road Department for expenseof Mr. Chauncey, and what the city had .. Particular Is right! Not only (10. we use ,

equipping trucks for- the county. done for him, and asked board to allow .
/ Mr. Post Hallows, engineer in him an extra warrant this the four choicest varieties of Turkish. ,

/ charge of the work on S. R. & B. district month. for $25 and also suggested bacco-XanthI Cavalla Smyrna and Sdmsoun .. '
No. 2. presented a statement!!! of that it might be Ca'good thing if ,

ir work completed by the company for the county poor farm was fitted up -but to these we add the rich, sun-
the month of November, $4,449.75 so' that paupers could be taken care
Domestic.
whereupon their attorney advisedthem of there. Commissioner Overstreet ripened leaves of specially choice '

not to pay such amount to the made a motion that the board allow
tobacco.
company until they had furnished Mr- Chauncy $25 for one month, motion ,
the board with a sworn statement seconded by CommissionerMach
01 all indebtedness of the company. and carried. Fine as these tobaccos are, It's the exclusive '

III_p ew s.n.ii SHX is>4 Commissioner B. H. Guy then made The clerk presented letter and which are.blendedthat
ensiboll.m. a i motion that no action be taken 'un- drawing from Mr. W. J. Mallett, giving process by they

til 'such sworn statement of indebtedness the number of the lot from gives to Chesterfields that satisfying
.--.Jtiltes,.- .FlstoU had been filed, motion sec- which the road' gang had removed
onded by Comissioner Ernest Mach earth to build road right of way, no .. body, that mellow richness which makes a. .

"We Got Him!" ,and_ carried _ _ ., action____on taken.__nn_ smoke.mean something. r''
Mr J. H. Smith came before the Notary bond of M. I. Stout withJ.
a Try till combtaetioo OB small I board and asked them to designate E. Davis and G. II. Prather as

Status a keen eye. ,Oki steady f4.Bap.tts nerveadaBtmneNo. locations for dip vats in the Consol- sureties, were examined and approved Chesterfields certainly do satisfy as no

IdatedLand Company's pasture, the also bond of Pat Johnston withJ.
-.eura".21 ytbsN..701.themat caliber _tina rifle clerk was instructed to take the Johnston and G. P. Garrett as other cigarette has satisfied you before-

/nttrwmid.Visible loedfau loaded feature matter up with the company and sureties; cost bills of state vs. O. J. and to top it off they are packed in a glassine ? -
tells you when it is -whenItUempty. ,
!asc:!rtaln if they grant leave to the W. Ford and feed bill of prisonerswere

Takes fiftscn'.J short or elsveotons { board to construct such vats in their examined, approved and order- paper package that preserves for you

nfle caitndse*. pasture.I ed paid. .
see a Buvsas N... 70 James M. Johnston came be- Mr. A. Thomas presented sworn all of that delicious flavor.
Arpi.uq Kifl.. Catalo* fiee. I fore the board and asked .them to statement of indebtedness of Pen. '

y J.-STKVENSARMS COMPANY pass a resolution authorizing the Enjrr. & Contr. Co., which was or-
w CUeopee Falls. KUs., U.8. A. Tax Collector to cancel all taxed dered filed and spread on the minutes -vtz
e against the Deer Park Farms, upon of the board.

the payment Of $500, whereupon I The clerk presented the following i
Commissioner E L. D. Overstreet I applications for appointment as!
-. mad a motion that request be ''County Depositories: Bank of Saint

granted motion seconded by Commissioner |Cloud, Peoples Bank of St. Cloud
r John Partin end: carried, CiSteens Bank of Kissimmee. State .
ACHES AND PAINS I sand' resolution passed. I Bank of Kissimmee, and First State

I I Commissioner John Partin made a Bank of Kenansvalle.

motion that Commissioner E. L. D. ) The board then proceeded to des-

QUICKLY RELIEVED Overstreet, be authoried to have a ignate the banks as county depositories Gesterfi44.

well driven and pens built at the and divide the funds handledby 4t
I Sand hill vat, motion seconded by them.

I 1 (rr u'nfind'' Sloan' Liniment Commissioner Ernest Mach and car- Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet .
I made a motion that the State Bankof
ried.ine
often the severeI | board instructed the clerk to Kissimmee, the Citizens Bank of
draw vouchers as' follows: On S. R. I Kissimmee and the Peoples Bank of
I rheumatic ache & B. district No.1, Bond Trusteesfor St. Cloud, be designated as county

commissions, $212.91; S R. & B. depositories, motion seconded by

district No.8, Florida Engineering Commissioner John Partin and .carried .
.. Put It on freely. Don't sub it in. & Construction Company, work completed and it was so ordered. rn6lt'and !
t' {Just let it ftnelralt naturally. What a November, $2,514.96; R. G The State Bank was then desig
". 'sense of soothing relief soon follows I Reynolds for surveying $184.25; nated to handle the General Revenue

for External aches, stiffness, sorenejs, Bond Trustees for commissions, $50. Fund; the Peoples Bank of St. Cloud

bbaack! !**crickhose( ailment sinews, Also warrants as follows: Smith & designated as the bank to handle the .
can't Hull for vat. work $1817; Smith & Road and' Bridge Fund; "Citizens the blend
'' Skn's Off the relieving qualities of I hull, for wells driven at three dip Bank of Kissimmee, designated to "i ,y

'a4 Liniment Clean convenient. vats, $42.40; C. S. Acree, for pens at handle the Fine and Forfeiture' 2O"lor"20. nts die
economical.; 35c 70c. $1.4aV Roberts' vat, $60;. State' Bank of Fund, Special "Publicity Fund,. Fair can t copied

.i Kissimmee. for note on Poor' Farm, Fund. and Tick Eradication Fund. .'I ,
$2,500. -' Report of bond trustees of S. R. la i r .
I Commissioner Overstreet made a & B. district No.3, was filed with
motion that Mr. L. R. Farmer bec instructed the board. .
to sell four of the county The following bills were examined -- r

mules, motion seconded by Commissioner approved and ordered paid: Mr R A Wilson malnt ______._ K.00
Jfee/t ti Jianr/v (tooK Mrs Janle- John, malnt ___ K.00
Ernest Mach, and carried. A F Bam, commissioner3 -
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R 0 lvngtBon| malnt (.0
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} MrS.. L. Lupfer came before! the John L D Partin Overstreet commissioner ronmils'r600_ 6.00 I Frank Evan, malnt ._____.__. B.00/ Telegraph Orders Promptly Attended Open D > and Niala! '
board and presented itemized .statement )'Jrn et Mach. omiiilbaionor, n_ 4.WOn ,H Tlllla, malnt _.__,-.-.. 6.no ,
of bills paid, by the Osceola H Guy, commissioner ______ 14.no S M McClelland mata t .__-.... 6.00 Auto HearM .
; ,'County' Fair Association for warrant J L Ovrtreet. clerk __________ 119.00 E Vogler,. malnt *_______..... 6.00 -. ,'. ;
Work Pat :Johnston atty ____________ 1081 Claude Sylvester, ntalnt ...... 6.00 ,
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,You po Morv' ., I(drawn in November; also itemized ,W B Crawford pro. atty ___ IS (1 Mary Klnser, malnt .._.._.. 6.00 \
;>' .f a .You are. more ambitious and you get mOre T M Murphy county judge.. .__ 25.00 Mr M Bronaon, matnt -___..--. 6.00
."l' 'enjoyment oat of everything when, Indeb-tedness R Thor Weaver dim .gt._.____ 100.00 Delia ColUne-ton. malnt ...__.. 4.00J ,: :
your 1, H Outlaw, wood _______ T.OO ; i"
;
> L H Ingram care of Jall . 1150J : :
Mood is in good condition. Impurities lathe tion follows: - Wood _____ .
1 as .. ; E Bass janitor ____.,__ __ 6000 Churl Rotundo .10Vall..y ;
!g. blood base .'velydepressing effect: on A M L, Chanoey. malnt ___?... 10.oo Oaiette, legal adv. .__. 68.60 EISELSTEIN .BROS.
the weakness ____ __ __ Valley elte, blank.. ______ 11.60
c system causing ,._laziness, 'Osceola, County Fair Association J B Owen malnt ? .* 10.00 Light .. "ff
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.. nervousness and sickness. Mr J E Btenson. malnt ..__._ 10.00 Eleo., Water Plant. Sl.SO d: .
0"- ''N ot.e. Outstanding. C 1 Bandy, commission .._.106T.lt '
>
J A Pettet maim : months.. 00 ""f
: JO
: 41ROV8'S"-TASTELESS Chill TONIC iaselt. Oaceola Hdw Co, .upplle. _._. 4.16
,'.Jlf; -restores' Energy and Vitality. by Purifying ,O., H. Prather Int. paid, April, extended$775.00 10.:, 117, 1 Un veer 0 0, malnt -.___mulnt-_______"__"__- 10 10.0,1:11m .00Mr H *, W B Drew.. Co, reo. bood.__. 67.01 Funeral Directors \ -year- Kred. DUInf.' floor oil 11.60M
coo
and the-Blood. When feel H Tl Hollar I maim: ...... (00 '
.'.9\ Enriching you April) lOpltlS,' 1 year'Int. paid. ; J.Crowder, dig. pau'r grave '.00 .ji- .
Mr Tode _.__
11/ Its strengthening) invigorating effect, see extended. . Peterson malnt '.00 "
tI5.
Mrs M malnt _._._. Water Carson, supplies -V-- .
f fi. ,pow it brings color: to the cheeks and how Oct NO".116 SO. itlf.191b ( months Samuel Bronaon Montidooa, maiat ..... (00 8.00 fit Cloud Tribune, leital notice 11.00J ST. CLOUD FLORID'AI
payment on account -- ___ SO.OOA ,
., improves' the -appetite you,will then Mr M'-Smlth, maim ..__...__ 1.00 Overatreet, recording
"OJ' _rr. *....._..._..:;_-* JOO.OOHlxtend'ed M Chauncy, extra war malnt Z6.00 I yi
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...
appreciate Its true tonic value. : Julia Jernlran. malnt : .. B.OO State Bank, payment note ____noo.ooKI..lmm.e 1 1e
10 cent Int... 675.00 Mr Jane Clements. malnt .... .(.00 '
GRove'S. TASTELESS Chill TONIC per .. Tel Co., ,phone rent 7.00
Mrs Jlncy Pad .tt. raalnt .... 1.00 ,
i ls Bret-Kind' Cypress Co., May Mr. Clara M ?)'Ie.. court *tenographer -
not a patent medicine, it Is simply U.. 1911. 1 year Int. percent ,, Ct. Court : 16.'0 '
IRON and QUININE suspended! in Syrup extended _.._?.?-...,._ ....10 J L pveratreet. coat In courts Itl.Tf :
So pleasant even children like It. The Interest. paid Nov.. 14, 191 ; LH. Ingrram, cost.ln, court .. 426.44 Office. aid Resident PBOB 80. _, Lady Autitaat!
,blood needs Quinine to Purify it and IRON Valley Gasette. Feb. SO, UU, 48,000 L H Insramcost. In Ford a.... l.<6 '-
1. year, 4 per cent. Int.-._-__ IT I.III T M: Murphy do ___.-_...___. "420 h.
to Enrich it. These reliable tonic'properties Carson Farmer,' April 1, 1919, 1State 'Drug Stores Sell ItT Mr. Ruby :Bass, witness. -, ._._. S.00 R
never taU. .to. drive out Impurities In S per ,cent Interest-. ... 194.17 Clay Partin. wltnea '"-.__.-_ 1.70 . '.
the blood. .Bank. April 't im< Due. ,Five million people R.C Partlpwitness .___.._ 170 I ,
Feb. 6s 1820,, a per cent. In. T M Murphy.' Judge u". court' 1160 '
'The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S tereit, paid ,."__.--__-.... 500.00 ;flee it to KILL COLDS L. H Ingram, feed prisoners. '11.10 Hard Surface Road _.._..._.' 111.8' ; ee e eotMtao M ? -v
'TASTELESS: Chill TONIC b.- made it L'H Ingram court costs .__ .., 11104I Tick' Eradication.9,555.69 '
d taw favorite.tonlo In thousands of homes .otai' Notes;: i. ___??'?.?_ll.m.d JlILrS H J ( Jallw- SO.OOVf .'Warrant were ordered. paid from :: M. TILLER
::r.rl.cr.: \ the various fund as follow.; : : :
Outstanding: bond 8.800.00 B fee 10.00
tMore-than I' ?
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thirty-five folks ..
years" ago release ._ 10.00 General Revenue __...._..| .lt
V would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S Total 'note'and; 'bond*' ta.5t7.fl J L ii R Overatreet Farmer upt. roada.fee....... 160.00 Fine and Forfeiture ,_..,..-. 140 "Real Estate ''
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when; a ... A. E. THOMAS, : U W' Aehton,' aupt. ,grading i. 100.00. Road and Bridge, .?._._.? 1.1108.61. i Agency.i'i Lr
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member of their family'bad' ;Malaria' or ,+Secretary-Treasurer... cASCARAiQUININ Dan Biowrt'guard( _.._?-__._' '1.00W Special; Publicity. + -_*. n .ggThere' i > .aeeaneeansaewawe..aaae? ,
KUslraraee... ;FU-, Nov I., Itlt. W Clark. potatoes to R O_ ".00 I Hard Read
needed 'body..bu ring ,
a ,
dlDC. 'further
strength-giving. B A Patton, road work ___._' 9.00. '. no ', business Realty bought and sold.. '. ;
toDIc.-The formula 4s just the same tolayt ad- I ; ;
\ M P Tlndali.'brldge repair11.70 before the board, motion for' ..
'. and from' Mr: 'Lupfer', stated, that ,the ,RROMIDEy.taad.rd .: Houses' rented '
you can get It any,drug at Qaorge Sullivan,' road work _j ',00 +war niadeand"'duly seconded *- ,
: Ve0oj>er bottJe.t .,- County had. thus..spent-more the -' M"w :Simmons,, 'rOadWork" -_ 10.00OacsolaHdw jourttment '
cold
Reeve ( remedy for 19 ! Taxes and
yssrs
and paid
... :; ... Co eupplisa '8.10Wat.r. they adjourned' Titles "riled'lor V,
Fair, Association than any one else, c. s tablet '0".ar.i aooplateebreaks .
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'& Carson, Supplies ..1..01Wat.r.
< non-resident
Itbo..Ji ; .
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a

It 'his that the entire ap. ,
was opinion. r add ACar.o mule feed _. 129.14S
project should be turned over to the' back If trip it UUs. dsys.ensy The B Story: 'atraArlng road--.._' 6.00 Should Be Quarantined.' ; ; Fire, Life aqd Accident, la-'I I M

b,1'q' t CCZEHA1t .county., The'' matter of taking the Pair. csaulae boa beea Red' ti Lupfer H Farmer'expense A Prather: , supplies of trip_.to_ ...80. 'Many physicians believe; that any-, ',:aurance.: . ;

I Association. uvjeV-was 'passed,"awaiting top >wlth. _0 Mr.- HUl'spicture. c Camp Johnson for truck- Kt.90 ( cold should be \
w : ,a' formal! proposition to the L R'p armor, mule hire, _._.,' 1600 completely-Isolated to prevent other > Indemnify'Bond*. ,
:
BBl A MB)V 'B1I\ ""ij" J l. Ae AnDrelr S9.r. ,a Tlner, supplies _...__._ 1'.81 members of tha family and aiaociates -
. Brail Mach brick sold to Co.;'_ 146.00 ..tf > . OM. .. ... .
.a ''' .- "" \V B Maklnon, 'supplies 1.60.16 from contracting the disease, as
'4-' fell ta tfcc treelsMMW < wea. c .. , -- 'I A.. Co L.freight ,..._..,_.... "Llll colds. are about as catching as meaales. ,1J.
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T-.b'-: Q D Flint,' road work 71.16M .
., One thing sure the :sooner one
.' ..... Kissimmee Co. M Smith. repairs> on trucks "'..8 rids, himself 'of cold the less the .W. T80MP3011 :
Na''saah.brrelisvd sTlhe' Telephone O O Baas repairs on dip vat... 8.00 a: .. '.,'
i:1, (HA stI.n. Yarea't'boas i Everglades. Cypress Co, Iambs 11..3. danger, and you' will look a good .
I .1.. Ordla.Bascounty agent ___ 7600 whUe before you find *. better medicine
Ip ear'M.a.yJ..af3tar..f PATRONS"The' ,
NOTICE 'TO ; '
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Smith Hull, const. y..ta.S,117.00Ii..lth' FoneralmrecforJ
,
Try it et en rtafe than Chamberlain's Couch Rem
BVt:Jri 76e st . > Hull drl"lntr'w.n.. ,__ ,41..0o
'' : -8 Acr... building, ,at vat 0.00 edy'to aid you in curing'a cold.:
r -'cENTa '. , r DRUG STORE The tax coilestorpreport J '
,' directory' will, be issued. corrected ,up' to December 15. 1919. ; $ 11.20 collected"for, licenses :and' J38 U yon hare snythlna.o'sell. tradeor < -4.VDUCENSEprEMBALMER ":'
if' :", .. All who are' considering1'; lastaBiaf ''a': new' telepboa tor polls., "r S ,
//PBea Ceded. 6 to 14 Day' perseas "' ; ; exchange tryOUJ' classified, eplomav ,,1.t
P1'hrCountyDepositoriesshowed '""
report '
*.oaltf..d.Hat.ocepJa..rder: -.. ..oe .... tkat-their-rsisben'will'-- > ;
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has :
&::tf MOoucmcN'lorProtndia ' the .following balances in the It brings ,results.. ;: ,
'ui", ia the' new direct .' Abe all ,,Kriag Kissliaaiee. I .
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penea
l.eal appear : )
.... l .. ..... ") various fundson, the ht,day'''of De> , .
:.1 iC1: who served by a'party Eaa .... 'a'private Kae' saonld Store 1ad '
,
..* jnt apWks11/a. are BOW want .; ; cerofeer.,'';8.18a. . ,,01...*. ...tele.. clam Tonic, .' d'Chapel,Stewart Aft,,
{ ehanp''befer.'We lath'ofth.r..tr.' : J
'make > -
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[ . 'arrpr.-'or',, R..ntl..fund'' ::.... .__>..4I1.4T .... '1tfae1 tms.i. ,
+: ;,home > '* -+ .vitality and eoetty by'partfrhu aade* ria,
that INBC A. CARSON Maaaftr..l; .___12.464.99 '
Fine and Forfeiture
:;rr.out fruJt'tr:; Road > ,.. 4.1107... rlcUnf the blood,'Yo.eu seas feelltllknaadt- .. .
and Brldg.--
'r.t Sew le :;. ? t''''''''''''' '-"' "-"l"'i.t'": . "t V<>'''' <) .:. -' "e- <. <>' W':' ><) .Special. raBUoltr". :. ,-.;....-.r-. ')33.1 t ..... ta......"... Kflect.- .',Prle* ...... .* ." t ;Subscribe for ",tb.':'Valky'" : ISaaett* '

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: ; GO J 1920 AUTO'TAGSk( : ( NOW of dersle-ned Notlo'is the State will"'hereby*. f ;.yr.s..to'":'given.:that b'a8:the:::': 'THE: WATERS & CARSONROCEaR' fc*:. s.

.tE1\RN: DRESSl\tAKING\ : : on the llth dayof'" Deeeinber.-. .

'. READY 1111. for Letters Patent 1 .f. ,
' lag the Bank of Oaooela County Wholesale.and Retail Dealer u' ; .
)t ,> __ ..... .1\ w ,:. ..; .w w."" .J..> .y.,: ... ... . : .lIn....., Fla., under the following -.v.' 4 ..V ., sr <( i>' r ; "
11 i ir -' Mwed Charter, the orlslnal of "f .
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._ For the .eon Crime. of the public Ie now on file In the" 'of II... of the '

for, registration of mo- retail the State G'R'OCER'I'E'S
application1 'ihIJa: tf .. .of.ftlr :
MAYBE .
tor vehicles for the year 1020
of D.
1111
", FILED:..NOW 'if acompanied. by NOy.mb.rt.'A..''ANTHONY. .' ., 'I J. "
remittance. Taps will be sent 'out QEDOK.! I, I r' ,

about the middle of December''in. T.QEO.M. r.RIVERa.SINOELTABT. ---r-. '':.$'

time for.'the new year. F. W. HILL . . .'. . . . .: . ... . . . .'. . ..
Pleas see that all question are '
answered and your naro.and address PROPOSED CHARTER OF''' ., 4" :.; l;

y! itvy Is printed or 'written plainjytyavoid DANte, OF' BIMMEK.OSCEOLA FLA.COUNTY' WE. SELL WE BUT)< r e ", ;

.errors- The. Uw requires you ; :1.:

to execute the' application before a Tb. undersigned ... HAt > 0 HIDES1 v t
Notary Public or .ome'oldear. using' by associate themselves together , It
p aF '" '
the purpose of becoming t: .j'.
a ..a t and forming a corporation under .'.,
t } Blanks may be cured from Banks. b y virtue of the Laws of the State GRAIN *. FURS. 'I ," . ..
la + Justleea of the Peace, Notaries Publlo Florida with and under the .. " "
: i!;. >01\ .. and County Of Accra, or the Coroptrol- proposed charter! '. ''It J ,+'
.
t. FERTILIZERS '
"" ler.ERNEST AMOS Th. name of the corporation / WOOL .1' < f! "." ',"'y

y .rhti {116 -State Comptroller. 60-4t. b. the Bank of Oaceola County In e \ ..
i its place of business shall be SHINGLES 0 .

,= I. flrvvlt OoBrt. Matef Flertda.ev Osceola city of Klsslmmee and State la Florida.the County ,. 'AND ; '..**. t..' w

.. f" .!. CfmmtT. tm ( ....eery.I. 'The general nature of. the ORANGE BOXES I 1. .

IT. EI.-c..I.I.. :; : .... Va.J. General to be. transacted Banking Business shall be, with that of .. Pto'i, .1. ' ..
.. 0 :
F. W. HBmell ..* Margaret aI" ers Incident thereto as provided by ORANGE WRAPS *' ; ,
.
Al ; .Is wile. DefeB>*....... Statutes of the State III. of' Florida -- '_ COUNTRYe i ;: t

It appearing by affidavit appendedto The amount of the capital stock VEGETABLE'-CRATF3 ,:* ;:, 1',<
the bill flied In the abovestatedcause oretion shall be 1 !.
: .
t
II> that J. W Russell and Mara-ar-! thousand: ((*6,000) Dollars 'to'be} r r. t' -. ', '
.. .. et Kuisell. hi* wit., the defendants V '
". vided Into 150 share of the par CRATENAILS' PRODUCE B .
of
therein named are non-resident .
t --- of One Hundred Dollars (1100) '
the F4tate of Florida and are residentsof t* be paid In cash 0 ., ... ;
.
_:: 'Where Philadelphia Crown-Upa ar*Taught Dressmaking I'over Wilmington the age of North twentyone Carolina- ,years'each: The term for which IV. said . 00 . 0 0 ,0 0 * *. .;*.> > *> 0'. . .. .

'It 1. therefore ordered' that the said hall exist shall be ninety-nine
; A large number of with the blackboardpatterns a non-reildents defendants: be and therre V. I
women
f surprisingly tape th" / '
to to I
hereby required business
appear
; in Philadelphia, as in other bit measure and an eCicfcnt teacher the bill of complaint filed In said causeon hall The be conducted. of the by said th ... We sell Field and Garden Seeds of all kinds. -

Cities don't know how to make dresses dau is making rapid progress.; or before Monday the 8th day of officers: We give special attention to fitting but hunting and camping parties.Free 'it
trim.hats.One of the activities ' or way .t1i1 a"hea ; one or more '
: I which Community Service has started \ sighed one mother In relief confessed legation of said defendants.It will be. dents a board of live directors delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. .

in the Pennsylvania metropolis is a when the first demonstration en :d. "Inevei' Is r tea ordered that this orderbe cashier employees. and as such the corporation other officers'' We.: are county agents for .good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and ;'

y series of night classes where women can could ntie'enl! come together published once a week for four thorise. The board of directors may on fertilizers. '

leant:: these things together with other right under the am." Valley consecutive weeks In the KUslmmoe published appoint subordinate officers and I *
r I domestic arts. "And"that's a batton-hole, is it?" In said Oaxette County a newspaper and State. with such powers, duties :: (
..
' The women meet In a public school said another "Well it won't ever This December Ind. 1811. or terms as may of office be provided a* they by may the ,.- ", !! and build of any nature, kind ary In each ear,' (commencing. with JI
sit at the desks like regular pupils! and bother me again. for sure." (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) not Inconsistent with the description buildings, docks road. the year 1 IU If not-'a legal holiday,

find the blackboard a great help in the It looks as though any number of J. U. OVERSTREKT.Clerk Circuit Court. laws. other.. public or private' works of and If a legal holiday theh on the
or other material. To next succeeding business day.
[ VI. pure
study of patterns Philadelphia children were going to be KRIBBS AKERMAN STEED. The directors shall be elected by .. or otherwise acquire, buy. hold Article VII.. The said corporation
Simple garments for the children dressed more inexpensively and more Solicitor_for Complainant. 61It.NOTICE. stockholder at each annual ..., PI.d'f". sell asslg-n, trans shall adopt an appropriate aval,, asklv ..,
form the first objects of"study for the prettily-and more eacily!: -t on everBefore. All other officers and emnlovees-- .- and to Invest. trade and adopt by-laws for the _Y.I'II. R
With b. elected annually by the Board i In personal property of every tnent of Its affairs not Inconsistent S{'
beginners a little girl as model I
..
Directors. The annual meeting of and description. with It. articles of lnoorporatt add
A Special Meeting of the Stockholders stockholders shall, be held on the. Article IV. The corporation shall the laws of the State of Florida.' : '
of the Clttsen Bank of Klaalmne* Tuesday In .lanua each I by Its corporate nam' perpetu which bylaws may.. be ameuded %*r
WORK. will be held at the banking room ateleven fr.Jn- year II.ta Is to exist perpetually. repealed aa may be,, provided In said ,
I RECORD Of TOE PAST o'clock A. M. December 16th. Until the officers elected at the Article V. The amount of the-capi 4
1818. The object of the meetingwill 7ArtTceVTir.: .*
;
annual meetingof the '' stock of this corporation shall be Th .. amountof
be to consider the question of a sale Thousand Dollarsdivided Into Indebtedness on Ilablftt,. towhich.- .ask ,
In the Chicago railroad yards some shall be qualified, the business of I I i, y
of the assets and liabilities\ of the corporation. shall b.. conducted hundred shares of the par value the corporation i can at any time subject
1. W. W. wrote upon the side of_ a No Stronger Evidence Can Be Had bank. and such other business as marGroperly ollowtngr-named officers. by t One Hundred Dollars each. Any Itself shall not exceed double the \

.' ,. box car the inscriptions In KUalmmee. come before the said meet J. R. Anthony/ President; or all of said capital stock maypayable amount of Its capital stock autb.rls. L''
I ing: L. H. QEI>OE. : either In cash, ed at such time. 4'
or property
i'i- "No beer no work!I" Oeo. T. Slngeitary.. First -
,
41-Bt. Ca.hler.ORDER .
dent; or services at a just valuation Article IX. The name and. residences p
'Ii'4 When the car reached Milwaukee a .Look well to their record. What Dr. T. M. Rivers, Second Vlce- be fixed by the Incorporators or by of the subscribing 'tnoorpcratora, .
,breakman wrote under the first inscription FOM PUBLICATION. dent: .. Directors at a meeting called for together with the number* of shares t1
they have done many times in years The authorised of the authorised eapltaf stock sub- "
the following"No : I Li H. Oed If". Cashier; purpose. capital t'
gone by and is the best guarantee of: !. rirevlt r..... Slate. *f Florida and J. R. Anthony, deo. T. may be Issued and paid for at scribed for by each are as follow: -
work, no pay! KrvFBth. Judicial CI...... Omrrml \\rr: : time or times, and upon such OF J
future results- Anyone with a bad Dr. T. M. Rivers I V. W. I and r
'En route to Madison another work fe..ty. !. Cbaaieerr. ABiaslahJmmtrm H. Oedgre. Directors. and condition as the Board of NAME!! RElIIDENCE'SHARES! ,. .
'man addressed this: back; any reader suffering' from ur- Tharber ..p>lalBaBf. vs. VIII. i(I .. may determine. Frank Baloney. Klaslmmee. Fla..... ...
inary troubles, from kidney Ills, Mary ThBrber Defe.*B.t. The highest. amount of i I Article VI. The business of. the 8. L. Lupfer Klsslmmee, Pia._ ....|4 11""' 1r
"No pay no eaU! should find comforting words in the or other liability to wnlch the 'J, tlon shall be conducted by a I. E. Lupfer Klsslmmee, Fla.a __.t I' !
In the Madison yards a maintenance It .. ... affidavit appendedto corporation shall at time I I "' one or more Vice-Presi IN WITNESS .WHEREOF," the said,,
affixed any
man Wrote the final chapter: following statement. Ask your the Mil In the abovestatedcause Itself shall be as limited and .. ., a Secretary and Treasurer and subscribers have hereunto aet.their w
neighbor.J. that Mary Thurber. the defendant by Section 1711. of the General other officers and accents as may hands and seals, this 4th day of. December : ,1 e
"No eat, no Hv!P B. Dillard 212 Emmett St., Kis- therein named Is a' non-resident of te* of the Stats of time to time be elected or ap A. D. 1919.FRANK 1
Politicians may screech, preachers the State of Florida and Is a residentof IX.Florida .. and by a Board of Directors MALONBT. .( ) '
simmee says: "A few years ago 1 North Carolina and Is . of less I LUPFER. Seal
may preach, economists may write, Aahburro. The name and residence of the "; not than three nor 8. U (
was laid up with rheumatic pains over the age of twenty-one years. ; It scribers, and the amount of than seven members. The num J. H. LUPFER. ((8eal.'' '
sociologists: may'slum and their come and believe trouble was brought I* therefore ordered that the said nonresident tock subscribed of Directors shall be fixed by the STATE! OF FLORIDA ) .
bined output will add nothing: to the my defendant be and she Is hereby lows: by each are as .. In the Hy-Laws from COUNTY OF OHCECOLA! ;
dicta: on by the disordered condition of my] required to appear to the bill of to time, and the officers shall be BB IT KNOWN that before me the
; kidneys. I was in as bad shape as complaint filed In said cause on or before NAME RESIDENCE] NUMBER. .. or appointed as prescribed by undersigned Notary Public In andfor '
"Np beer, no work! anyone could! be. I taken most ev- Monday, the 6th day of January. J. R. Anthony .. By-Laws. The same person may the State of Florida personally appeared %

No work, no pay! kind of medicine but gotno' .re A. D. 1810. otherwise the alterations Fla. _________.Jack.onvlll"j_____5 Fifty two or more offices, except as Frank Maloney 8. L. Lupfer ,
No pay no eatl! ery of said bill will be taken as confessedby Oeo. T. Slnifeltary.nu Kissimmee otherwise be prescribed by the and J. B. Lupfer tome well known..
lief until I took Doan's Kidney Pills said defendant.It Fla. _________ .. The following and known to roe to be" the Indlvldu- t
No live! .r--
eat; no I noticed their good effect right Is further ordered that this orderbe T. H. nn, Fifty shall be the officers to conduct t tc ala described In Rivers Klsslmmee.
1.1 Than work there is no other panacea.i Continued drove the trou- published once a week Tor Fourrenaecutlve business I of the Company until the their names to th* foregoing prppo-'
Works\ nan's natural state away. use weeks In the KissimmeeValley L. H. O.--------------------- Fifty : who shall be elecfVd. at the *d charter, and ACKNOWLEEWIED
'. ..-xvery normal works ble away and I am glad to give this Oasette, a newspaper published F. W. Hill, Narcoose Fifty election of officers of said Com- tbat they executed and signed the 'f c
:. healthy man In said and State. Fla. Fifty shall be
worldJ endorsement. (Statement given County c"G'. qualified: Frank Malon same for the purposes therein iex-1 ;
,.:+"4 whether" he has to or not The This 16th day of November 1818. President; J. EL Lupfer. Vice-Pres pressed. .
28 STATE OF
lives on production. Hence work May 1914.) J. L. OVERSTREET.Clerk FLORIDA ) .. and S. L. Lupfer Secretary and WITNESS my hand and official seat eat
must lend itself to The ADDED PRAISE. Circuit Court. Before COUNTY OF the OSCEOLA ) .... .. and Frank Maloney 8. I* I I Klsstntmee In the County .and -"
", production. (Circuit Court Real) me. undersigned and J. E. Lupfer shall be Di- aforesaid, this 4th day .of D- r'
Man who has an idea of a time when On March 27. 1918, Mr. Dilard GEORGE W. FOX Public In and for the State of FI-> ;.*. Mate A..' D. 919. "

men shall live without work is on a lard: "I still hold as high an opin- Solicitor for Complalna.LU_ at Anthony.Large,0 personally_. T. sing-eltary.appeared T.J., The annual election of (SEAL) M. W.'SAROIfNT.. .
with the to ion of :Doan's Kidney Pills as ever. be held at the Dlr.ctor.1 Notary Public State of Florida.
man who .. "
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par proposes NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Rivera W. Hill and L. H. place of business of the My Commission Expires 1. 'IfiO. ,
give everybody something without They gave me excellent relief from all to m* well known and known on the second Tuesday J t,.- .*,* ,;k' -.4-K >-'April; .tM Sl-4t.- .t..
taking anything -from anybody.A kidney complaint and I must \say } m* to be the Individuals described
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that and who executed the foregoing .
photograph of the' side of that nothing ever did me so much good under and by virtue of an execution posed Charter of the Bank at Osc, r . .. . ,
old box car with its philosophic inscriptions )jPrice 60c. at all dealers. Don't issued out of and under the seal of County, and each being, duly I '; '. '" ' .tn, ?
the County Court. of DeSoto County severally acknowledged that -hot ,. ai
would become a national simply, ask for a kidney remedyget .
Florida, In a cause pending therein, cuted the same for the uses and
treasurer if hung conspicuously within Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same wherein A. O. Jones Is Plaintiff and pose therein expressed.IN te
(, the commons of every American I that Mr. Dilard had Foster-Milburn W. A. Scott Js Defendant for I have levled :- WITNESS WHEREOF, t eC 4 e
upon will'offer sale during hereunto set my hand and affixed
N. Y.I
r city. -Wisconsin State JournaL Co.. Mfgrs., Buffalo. .
; the lea-al hours) of sale oa Monday Notarial seal this nib day of :
the Ito day of January, .tdd D.lsfd ber A. D. 1919.BgAL .
to the highest and best r ( ) O. J. ROUNTORH. ,
for cash at the west door of the Notary Public. State of Sj:
Courthouse In Klsslmmee Florida, Commissionexpires March j _
f ; the following described lands to-wit: M72.. _

I t Osceola 1 IHar lwa'rdt'o. Avenue Beginning at the at a line point between on Bermuda Lot 1 : : .
In Circuit .. .... TJ
: and I of Block of J. W. Lily's Addition Court for the Call 'rbone h' ;
to the Town of Klsslrame. FlorIda Judicial Circuit of the State of .1 : .:

...' .r',,,,." .,. \ ">,.., .. . ,_ . 0 and run West IS feet alone said Chancery.da la and J.for Warren Oseeola Sylvester County. : ..
SBsi "* dividing line, and South SO feet to the .
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plsJnant. vs. Alice MJ .Sylvester, ... . ., .
Located; liKIii'iIe: 'tiq dividing line between Lots I and S ol . ; ./ .
pondent. Divorce '
? said Block; thenee.East alone said Order for .!J 'f> .< .. .
: dividing line 91 feet to Th Slate of Florida to '"' : pt
u aationi ,' ', ,"%'.
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BUSIEST; CORNER nisi thence alone the West .ester You are hereby ) .
said Avenue 'North-SO feet to the oral nanded and notified' a c-rlt J ..0, '.' :'J: ,. ". ..
above entitled cause on ) : ;
beginnings belnira part of Lot 1 of : d;
r Blook I of the saidTw.. Lilly' Addle of January, A. D. 110. ;Witness 'f, .: .!, .
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I ( Honorable C. O. -
Andrews as.Judge ,,
'I THE tion to the Town of Klsslmmee. In the r -
. 84 of the NB14..of>th. NKH of the the above court and my. name .. t' .:'
NW%, of Section 18, Township II, Clerk thereof and the seal of : ... 1'' '" ,,. '''''
I Court 'at Klsslmms. Osecola .. *
Range St. ,
Kiddies Wheels Bald Bale-being:,made to'satisfy said I A.Florida D. 1911.CIRCUIT on.this. trd day, ot'Dee.m r .,' I i 4 .: '\" ': .:I.''S ... "t'\
on .
:, execution and costs. Purchaser' to. .' .. .. ,
for deed.. ( COURT SEAL! ) ' ", , \ '
play L. H.' INOalM:. .:: J. I* }'t' '
A* CI.rk"ol the'Above .. i f >
Sheriff of Osceola .
County. .
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very4'actireboy aDd girl delightsto'' get on' wheels 'or something .... WHITEHDR8T., JOHNSTON OARRETT. >1.". .,. .
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A Attorney for Plaintiff. II ft. Counsel Complainant. .I .1 I , .., .r.'''' *
7 ,that will.o. It's' good for. them, too, 'and helpl..them to.grow., 0'- : .. ,. .. '.. ;. ... ., ...''+' .

Knowing this,;'we 'put in a good stock that,will bring joy. to their "' NOTICE TO COTTTHACTORg. NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR .. '" .,;ice. .

; hearts. Among other things we carry< Tricycles: "Wagons, "'''Kiddie, Sealed"proposals will be received by 'TION TKRS )PATENT. ,AND R -,' ..' ... a .
'r.yk
girls the City Council of ,the City of KIs- __ ;
; Get for and and them t : ; ;'J"t'
,KJrsand Skates. one your boys ,, .see ilmmee Florida at the :' City Hall In 4 . .
into,action. .-"* Klsslmme, Florida until 7:10 .p. m.. NOTICE! la hereby given that . 1/ ..,: ,f .
,get 191i will to e'I ,. t""So '
- pMAY' Saturday. December SOth, for undersigned apply the J
the drainage. curbing and nor of >Florida on January llth. 1 {
grading i 4. ,' II,, .' .! ,

BE.- WE ARE"RECKLESS", rick.paving. concrete certain; '.streets bituminous with'concrete vitrified, MALONEY-LUFPBR for Letters : nhoH '':: : i .. .. the People I May Know' .,, .k" I".

'F butwe'veput, in :a'big stock '?f RockingchairK.. ::W'JUlt knew> that asphalt other -pavement.block, patented, ] pavement or articles lbs following of proposed charter copy. i I : .. < : .' :.: :: { '
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hundred,' of:folks would.want''' them, and ow we stocked up'.and: are ,The .work. will- consist of about:. which baa ..IncorporauonL* office I , : ,. ,. I ITha

read to'i,fake''care'' ;Jof' 'our'.large'' constituency. at Christmas time.Haven't 1S.SBB square yards paving- th. Secretary of the State of of., /''.0'//
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/ ; ', 1T.OOO Un. ft. 4, Inches-by 1.* Inches FRANK MALONEY. .,, 'Gizett.'i r
time' to describe >these Ene; Roclers now, but come 'IA'''. and concrete, eurblngv) S. Ij? LUPFER. Valley desire_.t. ).. ,
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;i 1.100 cubic yard. .of grading J. E. LUPFDR.ARTICLES d print all the news aU "bit tint : 1, : <, .
'inspedthen. \Thejr are so restful. and beautiful too. 40 cublo ,yards concrete. OF INCORPORATION a e
; units r items*are ,sent la by '4
And the necessary drainage,, eta PROPOSED CHARTER OF MALONEYLUPFERCOMPANY. : .h. ...: ..... ,
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. ,/ ,. -. ', Bach bid must be accompanied by a .. _?- 5- -. -4..geard *rr letter we'eannpt-hop. ** te irK ":."$ .
:,1. ,: ; WE,ARE:: WHISPERING;: 'SANTA'CLAUS s -iV'f certified check" In"the sum of Fltt..nHundr..d Th* undersigned, Frank | I It alL If yon' know .' an y> ltem**( r
Dollars ($1.800) a*, evidence 8.i Lupfer and J. EL Lupfer.. ." r JBfews The 'Valley Gaaette will be verr .. "
allrounJZdenrability'of'the >
and'teIGng'him''about'"' :; ,the beauty;efficiency'aJad -' of-good associate themselves, together for ,I' ',' ,> '. .
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e Bond .. tltr'qalred: In.the sura' of purpose of becoming Incorporated> . .&la4teprta&J&, ; v.f : .: ,
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+ ', Electric: Irons.. Wet I have stocked the .:.three leading 21* of the amount of- bid: Bond to b. der the laws ofFlorida' : ... Ii. > '. .

brands,. :,viz .:American:'"Seauty'rWe.Cnghouie and' Universal"" Canyou satisfactory to the City council, Article 1. The name of this- r.+.., e y HClab," Society, Lodged; ;'Church '' *'- .,"ti ,,16 'll u
.The City Counell reserve the riantto ation shall ',b* KALON1IIY- ca, w Pchool, aote*; .peep!. -golsg away"coaalac fiI't'I . J,
best such a combine on.a..that1< 'Itcan's be did!I.,'Show your reject any and all bids"Copies ; 'snarrUrea .,death ar- :t tt. ;. .
COl.r.rYiL: .
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of the and specifications :, Its :"rI eIPa".ofltee, r
plans
: dye items' '
then
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appreciagoa.ofyour.wlfs: "by;! gettingpller'oneriand 'watch3ller, ; may b* obtained upon ayplice- place of business Bhall be' at J" a birth*, eoDCanIIp..1&1. .. t

'ip) le.. ,' r :. .. ., . tlon to. Alan J. MaeDon_..... City En- __,Florida and It shaft have .+,r4 bnlldlBc peratlon., real catate< ,f< ,.,
'. ''''' ,' --- "t... )0 Srtnevr, 'Klsslmmee, Florida > upon rev to establishother offices and a.. neighbors MOrlBC isl or: flf eaVj .
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oelpt of!2.89 to cover actual coat ofreproduction wtthont \a"t Ft 'Jt!
"IDd ,, ? s :
.thy fa fact that wUl make 1
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or may-.xamiuady at Ida. '- : ; vr- ,
", '-v f LEFT OUT THIS .WEEK,, ', the office'' or the .. ". Article .HI.'Thi! S general .nature .4 .Valley Gaaette snore loiereatlnr ts t- \ r,
*. We haenuch: sayabout'other'" :: goods; thisweek thai. Payment will be made on monthly ,th. business .jobs transacted by .readers.. - \1! ;
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+' ;Iva.v.left GuhumandSussette'and'our Office estimates a, basis of ninety percent eompany> la aa follow: To carry .:\, "' j+.' 9\ '" '
out : dog-goned. Dog of the amount of work don and general contracting and Th. .,Valley Gssette's..*Otte 1st *8e ?
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till 'next.issue. --1: materials la place) balance to- paid hoe business consisting of. e ti
.; when .the 'work la completed and ac- 11 n to''eon tract* with person UM People .May [.."." 'and 'to thai '

f'WORD. Opt urlOH. J: ag/nAL, / .) \. .. ". '01llo." Wo-p'f. r". : >For rlvateand<- th* .eoastructlon municipal. Ott :.... ,esMi w* ask.yea ce-operatloa.. p.--- )q t:. ,
A nHAL
. .' : President of City OounoILGILBERT. docks, dams, bulkhead,' public

"S 'We'.urge" you, todo! your' Christmas shopping '''NOW.. Don't?j jppstpone' 'r'1" ,V ALAN 1..,-City J.MacDONOUaH.Clerk. \ ,Yet/ railroad private,, ,pipelines rOad., highways,' tam aadArlda. r,/.lfa .r."t'" ,, 'H p J IS]bO'itKissimrN' '!." : : ; .

until the last minute ., and then hop around like 'JurlcejQn 4-.r: _'___clly::.Englnser..r....-,.kal-iaDo" and 'other" work. and the. .. .

hot : ..wondering" wh r eirth-: do'7' about'" it ties of same under said Clnt... .i : u
? n .a'. ',griddle r'T' >.t on 'a- ;.youIwiU' : ; : TotI"EaJ 1''T..r MoaleT ", and I. 'do. ai" generalteaming A Gtr..
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bo.:4' hauling baslaes and the i ,
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v fL 'ViOsceola If you do,notenjoy yourBoealsyour'dlraettoti .
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of each other b ataa. .
'> aa nay .'..: 4. v
U :faultyJEat'mod J :* '
properly oondaetea therewith.aeqalr ,0( -
: erately, especlaUr I of meats, nutstU maatactnn purchase. tl1': L"" L -.

cate food tJacro' gh1 .. iLetflTelonre *.. deal Inhold.. own, ...aDa.Uo' :r: " '. Ifj .... .
your .
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pledge. transfer .otherwise ,, ,
Hardware Co.i elapse between meals and take fi .. , -. <
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poe goods wares. ,merchandise .. .. .: ..'
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; one of .ChamberlalD.Table".S- property of and class .. '
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., mediately'\after supper1 and" yon will .lcriptlon. To maaafaetvr. bay* \ ,' .. i :.r ." ; T't"f': .J
Mol A oX. '' Import and export. Installrct.. . ." .. .: ; : . 1IIi' : " '
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real .
soon find your' meal to be s\ . detirer' oooerete.. .materials) and ...'.,: !" I'
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; ,* !.: THE ZISSIMMEE''VALLET'GAZETTE! :, FlU AYDEC, !12,1t1 1iI' 1\\ "

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Ax .0,: an"w... Have.tHe''Most. 'Complete ,.Assortmfebt.tof. 'Xrnns Goods w"'.have: :-"e"l (f1n'' thlsi.roilluj the allpickvd",, '

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arc'
before they
'selection
..,.. "t .. ... ,V'" .. 'H' = c' ll. from' one end to.'the, other. Come early and make ;your J1Mein '
.., ,( .t. .l ;; g over. These goods -grain 'Miss Bltm ,8 canning' room" two doom .below our main store.: ?

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REVIVAL SERVICES BENEFITS GAINESVILLE GETS .NEW ,


'ith. The, revival services MANY.--. which. have' Tallahassee, STATE Dec. 8 INSTITUTION.-(Special: )- F ,
:
T CROSS been in progress at the First Methodist The board of commissioners of state' :
: church for the past two weeks institutions tonight 'designated WELCQME .. 4. ;
came to a close Sunday night withan 'Gaine ville' as the site for the location
impressive service when fully two : for the Florida farm colony for ,
t hundred'' people testified to the benefits the feebleminded and epileptics.: ,
received from this special effort. There were three offers from Gainesville -,
sa Rev. Dunaway's final message was and the one accepted was one
characteristic of his 'personality and tendering approximately three thous. t :
.SHOES' was a vigorous appeal for a sinless and acres of land between two and "
'T three miles out of Gainesville. The *
; .. life.Nearly twenty persons,,_many of vote of the board stood 4 to 3 -for attend' wl'' '
them-young 'people, joined the churchat Gainesville over Plant City and the You are cordially i invited to

,- the conclusion: of the sermon and selection of the former was then .
i there are a number more, who have. made unanimous.' ourBIGOPENING
; been influenced to send for their Gainesville was represented by

4. s'.. ,, FOR LADIESWe church letters and who will be taken\: Major Thomas, Judge Wills, Dr.
in later. Thomas, M, M. and J. II. Parish, B-
Rev. Dunaway, and his musical director F. Hampton and C. C. Padrick.

have just received a. large shipment of the famous Red Boyd, and pianist, Twilley, !'Gainesville claims presented by Maj- : .
left tjle early part of the week for for' Thomas, M. M. Parish and Judge')
CroMShoes./ Call in and see them. Lakeland, where they will continue {Wills, offering three thousand acres. '' t. .
their work. of bringing the gospel They claimed Gainesville was the'' "
We also have a big line of the well known Liberty Bell School message to the people. (most accessible and centrally locat-' E T-a.esc'l.oy.: Decd. "Giti;: ;

This group of men have made eLPlant 'I I
: Shoe warm friends during their stay in I City and Hillsborpugh coun- ( AT THE OLD POSTOFflCE
Kissfmmee and many good wishes 'ty were represented by Hon. George
,' go with them to their new field of II. Wilder and Hon. W.. -G. Brorein | tbe'Minute
labor. who pointed out the superiority of Modern, Efficient and Up to : '

FRED S. GILBER the Plant City land for such an in- I .
SAYS JANSEN GIVESWONDERFUL stitution climatic advantages and ,, .1 I '3
PERFORMANCEOrlando I central location and railroad facilities .
;It., 1 J Our 'Motto
especially stressing climate and :
market facilities.: > J

1. lie Co.rt .f c....,. ........ StateNOTICE F. H. LAWSON SELLS STORE J. D. Woodbeck, Casino, Dec. Theater 9. I II I ( "There is nothing too good for our home town" hat been'

.tt 1 I.-...f Eetatt F..rI..c .D.001.8. A..t/co.r... D..e.: TO J. B. MILLS & COMPANYThe Kissimmee, Fla. PYTHIAN PRESENTED VETERAN TO J.MEDAL GARDNER j, I carried out in style, finish and eatables, at the
The great Jensen and his companyof ,
+,' 18 HEREBY GIVEN: to all F. H. Lawson dry goods store all star performers accompanied I w
'a whom It may concern that; on the changed hands last week, the Friendship Lodge Knights of
f 11th day gf February. A. U. 1920 I purchaser jby his band and symphony orchestra -
d ,: hall apply to the Honorable T. M. being J. B. 'Mills' & Co., of played my theater two nightsand Pythias at its regular meeting held
Murphy Judge of Bald Court a. Winter Haven one matinee tb capacity busi Wednesday night conferred the rankof ; Palace
''.t ,. ;+ .-Judv f of Probate for my anal dl.- The store will, for the present occupy wonderful Grocery
i charite aaExecutor of the estate of 1) ness. He gives a perfor- Page on Messrs. R.V Meiklejon,
H. Aufttln, deceased, and that at the the same stand, and Jennings {mance, he has his audience' on tiptoe B. F". Cobb, Jr., and A. G- McCorquendale HArt
*am. time I will present my final ac- Prevatt, iHio has been employed as all the time one minute screaming '' :
count a. Executor of .said estate and manager, has already wrought a with laughter and the next daz- At the meeting Wednesday night, d
1' uk for their apprpvel.1f ; Souvenirs for 1920 for
"L wonderful change in the customers and European War :
Dated December 12th A. D. 1919. appearanceof ed with his marvelous illusions- The 'under the head of "Good of tha Or-
'. I. >., '\*\1'14 ii Q. K. AUSTIN.Executor. the stock. The windows have show is without doubt ,the best of der," W. B. Crawford, Grand Prelateof Map to parents of soldier boy free. Price cutters usually
decorated and the
been entire
'rl.at. tastily
its kind. You ought to do a turn-a- : the Grand of Florida Introduced "
-- . stock has been straightened and business. Regards. Lodge bleed the consumer. We expect a living profit but as we
way WI. J. Star, Past Grand
moved around. I W. J. MELVIN II sell for STRICTLY CASH we will the percentageof _
+ Piano Instruction. We understand is the intentionof Master of the Grand Lodge of Florida save you ,
Theater, I w
7 MISS ZADA B. LEE, Mills & Coto move the stock 8:32a.m.: At the Casino Manager Theater Phillips, Thursday. : who in an appropriate address of looses the credit store is obliged to charge.v. .
about January let, and in the mean- Dec. 18th.KEEPING. : presented the Pythian VeteranfMedal ? I '
STUDIO AT. time the people of Kissimmee are to J. M. Gardner, Mr. Card- !

Residence of Mrs. A. SI.\ Moseley\ being offered a rare chance to pur- THE BOY ON THE FARM I I ner being entitled to this honor byj j Come to Our Opening Reasonable Deliveries ,
chas goods at bargain prices. reason of having been a member of ,
Cor. ,Rose and Verona Sta. ;; I r
An educational film entitled the Order of Knights of Pythias continuously t
PHONE 294 60-4t-pd. NEWLY ELECTED: OFFICERS "Keeping the Boy on the Farm," has I'' in good standing, for
ARCH MASONSThe been secured by Dr- R. Thor Weaver, 'twenty-five years. Mr. Sears who
agent, to be shown at the has been Pvthian for
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR. county a twenty-two TAYLOR'SBROADWAY 4
annual election of officers of
Dec. '
Casino Theater on Tuesday years spoke feelingly of the time
.Ix " the Jtojsal Arch Masons chapter was I I
It is two-reel picture illus- '
.410 16th. a
held in their hall Monday night when when he was initiated and the part
'' Kiasimmee Chapter No. 62. the following well known Masons trating the advantages of -sanitary that Mr. 'Gardner took in that cere- .
which takes 30
farm equipment,
1 2JeeUlnd ,and. 4th Thursdays 7:30p.m. were named for the coming: year: mony. ,

I, 1"ratero1'Hal1). Broadway. Excellent High Priest. -F. C. Bryan minutes In connection'to run. with the picture Dr. ......... ........... ...... r
C .., r> Miss: Marlon Sarg-ent. W. MMiss. / .' N. W, Sanborn, of. the department of LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS. --- ---- -- - -- --

e., Elisabeth Donefan. Secy King-M. M. Miller. of the Extension --- .
k 's Poultry Husbandry, "
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., Scribe-H. M. Katz. Department' of Agriculture at Gainesville Kissimmee Fla., Dee. 10. ,, 1919. ,.
: Treasurer-H. N. Bratton. will give an interesting and !instructive Dear Santa Claus: ' .

;' .;HIT: BARBER Secretary-Claude liar er. lecture on "How to Raise a I am lookiag for you again soon, -
PrincipaL Soiourner-W, J, Steed- and want to
- : : Profitable Laying Stock 'of Chiok. ) you bring me'a pretty \
'1 ',,' Captain of Hosts-S. L. Lupfer. ens." doll with hair, > a doll trunk. a doll See Our Line of" ,' ." ..
f :' '. REAL ESTAtE Royal Arch Captain-Rev.. O."' B. piano, and tea table, and a.doll bed, .
,
.. Falls. \.III'VPflJ! BON TON HAT SHOP CHANGES and a few more things. Santa Claus. .
e J. .. > Small, Farms and Residences. Master 'of First Vail-F. M. Mor. HANDS. don't forget my fruit and candy... '

a Specialty. ton.Master Your Little Friend 'M
.: of Second Vail-J. E. Lup- LaTrelle Grantham-
t I ''kISSIMMEE -:-' FLORIDA The Bon TonIW Shop was sold

,,oj tr. . .f fer.Master' of Third Vail-L- R. "Farmer -. this week to E. G- Duckworth of i Kissimmee, Fla., Dec. 10, 1919.Dear'Santa 'Cook, Sto1es and'
Orlando. Mrs. Nellie the tif
Rogero Claus
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Tyier-T. N. Clark.PRESBYTERIAN. former owner will continue to be in I am looking for you again soon, *:
f : charge till the first of the when
year
+ Q'1T'J :J. and I want you to bring me a desk J JJ.ytJ.

r c :' iXLot'", FORS; {\ "I *I / CHURCH' \\'i t she,will Richard be obliged, to a to higher accompany altitude.The hereon few wagon more, building things,blocks also fruits, pistol and, and can a .lth 'tJ.th r hf'' ,IfIEikl utlr 01 > .

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: Ph D.J! < new proprietor will continuethe '
dy. Your Little Friend.
,' j' t :.10"a. m. Sunday School and adult business here. ... ;:
'No,1l: '
'Woodall's '. Grantham. .
1
i "jIi' .su1tdlTI.ioll( bible classes.-" M : rt .t'c n 'tctr> '1; ij.r-.ryx +

:,i '' !.' y ... :of,"l/ot/ No., 85''W't ifkJrL., : . (*T :f"'Jonah"""11"a:In m;:the*Morning.Depths.service" subject& FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Kissimmee, -Fla., Dec. 11, 1919. t tCharlee .3 1 n ,,) ,,.1' 1" : ..t >? (('f; .le;*
s1". '' "i erect. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., J. C. To Santa'I- .
\>" Co: I"with bungalow thereon' 7 :
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