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: September 17, 1920
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00977
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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; 01"Business : 'in'el Women '{ MSES BEYOND : WoodTex Brick Mill Now :

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Should' View. .Bond Issue ..! ., f3&_ I I. ., In. Operation. ,After' Fipe'' ,-J Jfire

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*. !"" Years' Undaunted ,Effort.ttet .
4 As a Business Proposition ,
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MM; \ .,i years of ceaseless'strug loss from br&kla&''' eed be figured; \, \
'TherV'seems'' to be considerableconfusion ttons by a cite" are in .u h..lliht'cie h1 ti gle against ;: unsurmoontabl obataeles'th.yTudhr while its size v will greatly! ,reduce'the .]
and perhaps somV ditJ mand'and are being sold at >a..conslderab t. ,, Wood-Tex: Brick coat-of laying/' ;< ( 's'
.' )* discount. Every. indication .. Company.haw succeeded In .'manu. J.'Wade.'Tucker, when asked as tell'' '
tortlon of the fact on the part. of In that",Ithln the next twelve ,to factoring composition brick "The: I the outlook of the Industry said{ i?
come, relaUye'to the question of issuing enty-feur months the market will Brick Eternal! a. It Is called.. SB a I "W. are manufacturing:,) our -,'.yer. I
note., to be voted ,upon by a be great deal better and ''these certificate . f:, l' commercialproduct." The mill ,opened lasting brick"'., -a 'Commercial' pro-, :
property owpers In Klssiramee onSaturday should bring par. The Issuance Monday morning and has been duct and pronounce it an unqualified! -. '
the 18th. of the notes TAv finance them, running all week, turning out an success. The >experiments ,have eov-4" "*<'
The foUowhur.re the-facts ai as-1 by the city is mere y temporary ideal paving materiaL ' ert>d>a period :if five 'years of ,tlms'.Ild '
certalned by the Gazette by 4>.u.- and the proceeds from the sal '-of The wood-tex brick is the child ,of cost .' large amount of money *
,lon with the'lty council and others the certificates will be aoplied to the Kissimmee, having been the Inven- a. most'or the machinery used has '**
who are In'apposition' to know: ,.' retirement of these notes In other tion of one of.her prominent citizens, been manufactured specially for I us. ,
The fundi .wliich' the city had for words, the tax payers will not -be srkfw'"r: 4 MT. J. Wade Tucker who has had "The local men who'are financiallyInterested .d
completing'the paving work, nowunder assessed to nay these notes which r hi. -/process of combining cypress ''are: W. A. McCool, 'E. L. 1
way to the .xtent of more the city will Issue to finance the cerifiicates -- sawdostt: with asphalt 'in such mans Lesley the late C. A. Canon, P. C.Bptiorff. :- ?

than 27000.00, was on deposit ,fin of' indebtedness. proceeds ner that an indestructible product and myself. -. \
the State Bank at the time it was will be derived from the {'certificates ,results patented. The mill opened Monday 'and has"i
I closed. This is a fact which can be ef indebtedness assessed The woodtexbrick as it is being been 'running an'week, turning out
;p easily proven, and no' tax payer in against ,the abutting property owners manufactured is 2Vix5xl2 inches a ,hjandsome .black brick of adaman ".t\,
Kissimmee need conjecture as to to tske'' up these notes. nearly twice as large as the vitrified tine quantity. Mr. Buttorff, who has
what became' of the funds a. it .. To return to the..ooel.1 fund: At-. brick: ; whkh'"ane.euree 3x4x. It is; conducted experiments in' manufac" \
too well known to admit of any ar -ntion 'should be called to the wet ed very light,; weighing 6 ounds, which turning the brick and will contiauA .:fIn '
gument.The that an dividends which the bank !18 three pounds, less than the ordinary charge of thejnill as general'man*. ,
members of the city councilmerely may pay the settlement from the brick.. This will' give it a great pper. We expect \ito put on a force t, $\
wish' to I know whether the bonding company will likewise be advaatagewhen shipping is ronsid- of fifty men soon when we 'will run $
towards the of the teacher, his alma mater in 1885 to fall capacity when we expect to A
tax payers with to employ them to applied payment ered. and .as'' it is undestrurtlble, noCOLLECTING
a borrow funds to complete this work; Der1al notes issued to replace the rred upon him the honorary de- .. .. take an active part In solving the 4
If -the majority of the oitiwnt areopoosod funds en deposit in. the State Bankat ''w of A. M. paving: problems of not only. this 3
=, to the. city's borrowing the time it was disclosed. Uponthe creation .at. ,> Osceola FUNDS FOR state hilt of the nation as well." '
ey to complete this work they This Is a strictly business proposK: / In 1887, he was named 'county NATIONAL, DEM. CAMPAIGN The wood-tex brick' ..'. a. paving-
..WIII etap rote against the issuance ,of tion for business men and .women to. and ierved- !until 1890 material Is well known, in Kls.lmmee -' .t'
''bonds. view dispassionately and not from a he was superintendent of Judge T. M. ..Murphy and AttorneyLewis for a section was Inserted la I" f '
Th. situation is identical,with that, standpoint of personal enmity towards : instruction for the county. .O'Bryan.' have been appointed the paving of Broadway, at the In-
of the merchants here' who were any-city officials.. It would be 'ro", 1893 to 1900 be was president by..the National.; Democratic committee tersection of Emmett street, which .-<>
',;+ (.Wadicappjed at the time. the State hard understand hoer any businessman -the city council of. Kusimntee, to solicit funds in this county Is the busiest corner, in. the -city' ,V
Bank ;'cf 8ed.. and who' _t,to other hi.Kiasimmee, ''who had' fends in 1896 he' was elected State with which to help defray the expenses several year. ager' Notwithstanding '
banks for financial assistance in order on deposit at the State Bank of Kisr I from the nineteenth district of the presidential campaign., the constant travel! across its _vel-' 'j't
A? Continue their business! This simmee at the 'timn it closed and was .. re-elected in 1900 serving in Parties desiring to contribute -to' vety I locking surface- it ramaiaaj in.
.k. is absolutely a business proposition forced to apply elsewhere for finan. \1 eight years During his legisla this fund are requested to send in perfect condition, much ,:'v
and politics and personal enmities cal' ,id, can consistently refuse to tareer he was actively interest- them contributions to either of these cannot be said of the vitrified brick <
should have no place in the tai pay. authorize the proper city officials to in alt matters relating to public gentlemen or to see them In person. paving which surrounds it. ''t jj
...' decision as to how he will vote. borrow money temporarily to continue health and morals. He The wood-tex brick is .being manufactured //I
Relative te the issuanceof note the city's necessary' enterprises .. the author of the railroad com Miss Ella Hugh Milling of Palmetto at a large modern mill;
In order to finance certificates of indebtedness .when It i* understood that sucha .. ',law and introduced the first arrived this week to resume her well equipped withmachinery which'is
which will be issued contract as the city now has for 'election law written on the duties in the public schools. Miss capable of a daily output of some \ I i
against the abutting property-The its paving cannot be duplicated to'lea. & te books of Florida. Milling is one of the sixth grade 10,000 brick and"I' may be easily increased ,

facts are are follows: than 1,00 square yard more Ho was a member of the board of teachers. ,._: by. three times. that amount.iAoAWbANCETTC. ,
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At the present time, each obligaOR -_ _than'! _our_present contract. of the University of Florida .
J. ; 1899 to 1905, and was presi WOMEN
OF OSCEOLA
--of .the board ef trustees of Col j j
RIOTER ASKED TOM CAMPBELL, NOMINEE Colloge at Lake City from STATE THEIR,.AGE Q ,
FOR STATE: ,SENATE,:HERE 1907'{to 1917. '
'been life lone and de .The women of Osceola comity'are .
HW hall a f4TUREOPENiNO: I'I"
: T. J. Campbell of W..t'Palm taemtar of the Baptist church not altogether lacking Jn the,"interest l : ,;iJ .
TO ADDRESS WOMEN Beach .waf In Kisslramee Widnesdyi for the Kissimmee
deacon I
icwas '
In the election for mp"'dsiqthree !
to attend the ) ft'
baying com op >f'pr the' last thirty-three PUBIIC'CNOOLSVacoltT' : :
funr,r of of hie friend the late C. "' .r.) of his life. He was seven hundred have qualifies during OF ;

VOTERS OF OSCEOLA ,A. Carson. Tom is an old Osceolacounty ( I president of the Florida Bap- the fI.week the- books were open. t,, .1,1',' Ii!
boy and was nominated In' I ties Convention and has served asviee According to Edgar Katz supervisoror \ ,
4 the recent primary .to represent the' resident of the. Southern Baptist registration, 134 have registeredhere Net ,,Coatpl.te Yet 622 PaEfroO -, K
Coanry Executive Cavriksittt: Gets district comprising" Palm, Beach; ( ; Convention. Ha was for many and ,about the .same number InSt. . 'pi1a Oa "Qvnlag DarNinety" ":":' '' 1

.fiwyCoatiden w....'. Vote Bade, St.Bta'-"SeDate.Luole and .Brevard.,. Ha .fa coaatlesin yi ift : !ntV-ajnemVef of the State., Board .. Cloud '.H. estknaUs that 800-. I I Ii.. H1A:Sc"." "..' : ".1.i.!., '.l'
r the u.uUftty-IIUIY qualify.
: ; 'fT.SpissTona: of his chnrcb.He women in 1\i:
(:epetaat"d7Qu Evecr O e-> one of the most popular men.-on.the )"" : organized and managed man .JUr. Kats a>ys the women with I GISIa'Mlaseay.: : ?- ''.>='' .

T. Register.Tfie I east coast and it .. the ambition successful enterprises, and stuck t" few exceptions,' state their age; in With art etirohmenY'of! '"nuplh to(
his life to be governor' of Florida.He for in fact seem to' be proud .to do so. .
bin post of dutjr many years and ..the Klssim-
the Osceola
County ,
County Democratic;' Executive I says he will enter the race for >! unite of failing health. For the past One man registering at St. Cloudis schools opened. Monday 'lamee

committee which net at the courthouse that' office four years from now and nin" yea- he has been In declinlnlfhCRlth. 93 years old. _. city* beginning tile ..1920-1931.. .4t
,
morning .
morning to plan an i ,, .
t !Monday confidently expects te win.KISSIMMEE For thu past eight month* i decided Increaee.laattendance ''
called to order ; term. which. a
fictive campaignwas I and a half he has been seriously ill, from the enrellflaent, last, It;
by Howard Katz.. candidates' ( unable' to attend, to business and in 175 'PERSONS SERVED year.1 ; *)t.I t.
Many of the. county .;
number CHAMBER" imminent danger'of .death. IA.very appropriate' and, maplrin.r'I. s
also
were present-as were.. But'during all his-years of illness / I. exercise 'was held Monday moraine

of No citixens.doubt was.expressed" as to the ; he has been a shining example of :AT SCHOOL( LUNCHROOM when the high school' and the ,uppergrades 9
electionas COMMERCE' WILL ; patience, kindness'and charity. of the Klaeimmee schools assembled -. "
oateom or the approaching lie was married January, : 5, 1887 hi: the'. auditorium. The
it is firmly believed, the results that the.of people the to -Anne1' Bryan, daughter of ,Milton '\ OPENING DAY members of th.' Ministerial Associa"tton .

will' stanq"considered byi import EMPLOY-SECRETARY Bryan and Louisa Norton Bryan. . ,Rev.' FallsRev., Dreach. -Rev.:. ,1,1Hodnett
primary.however that Osceola There 'were six children of this marriage .. ..;.... and ReT Col.man".n,, ,P8J'-t -
every -
county woman who can qualify fto one of whom. Louts Bryan The doors of the school lunch roomatoed treipated in the devotional exe'rciaes )., r it itdent
off KissimmeeChamber Carson died in infancy in 1893. then C. Ei.weiL.upesinten-,,< ,
=r ..vote aheuld do so. In fact a systematic At a meeting the his wife. Anne hospitably open Tuesday noon Snpt.
campaign may be waged to tntorest of Comroqrpe; Friday ..Yen'iaS He ia survived by children. when school was dismissed for the I, of pnblie'-'instnicUofi" ..mad \., EpneNs.l
five .
rn at It. definitely'decided-to relate Bryan Carsonv and the ladies 'notprepared I talk. 1' 'v 1. v
.registering was but
every woman Miami Mrs. Roy noon hour were I t
of
once that ah! mar vote, and a number the .bandsom reemwhich BOW James; M. Canon A. for the crqwd!: at youngsters Mrs. .,W; .J.1I'1'IPpAAnouae that
of women will-be asked to 'assist serves the.organization. ,'a.. ba.dquarter.andto.agaga Chalker of Lake City, 'Charles and older people as well which, the school lunch room would open" at', ,
Jr. Mrs C. E. PtinawayandMrs. : ceftt' :
Carson ten
serving nee ndlsenratlM, ; regular
the oommitte in this campaign -a secretary ; entered r the temptinJr.hot -
.
.Cadel 'over : Robert 1M. Angas, jot ,Kissim ; ," .iranch> .t tha. noon' .hour, 'beniautoc? .
:" AwJrhe commute* decided rte iM viteVaom'ont r President. 8. presided v of macaroni, aad cheese with rlm" :
of ''town .speaker ,te'visitJjfOneaola this: ...on and made a neat opening 'L'a mee. minga'V,end the cooling limeade, I", Tuesday.t v ,. t
e< '; and *'address. .th* ..:women talk. ,outlining.the situation.It . j lie is also survived Klssimrnee bv two Brothers andJ. It' bad not been, announced, is t"e'." ; Prot. Al'; H.;'Fill..htNa, aUswOaseditha I ,
ef ; ,
.. to N; B. Carson audience-1. sending th*'p pn>O d-' '
'Ir,} t of the ouatyrto'aronse'their;tater1 ...;he aaid.-.niAst important $ and lowe.-,grades, thafthe'room would be. !
; of Reynolds Ga. '
J. Carson **
.. the'season rectly to theirrooms ..' th.' .during
.
instroct'them manner'of keep thero.n'open
esi-and.to in bef Wednesday.Uowevtr
operation or*
,T J. .J.. FamaerofKtssimmee. ,
one Mrs The
5' vwtlng' .m order, that cnotrot, ; but. in view of the fact that by sister, ) tM opening 'day waa a and the :assignment,of' lesaons.- >, +
: ersonnnl 'Of 'the-f ae-r: ,, I,
5h Kissimmee people had their : thb was following iseh* t>
Iost. t many granddaughters.Ann greetsuoeeae'for: : 'room "
\1 ..SfRv.. D. H. Rutter} PhlD: .. ''of pay 'fund, tied up' in .the defunct State I There Elizabeth are four Caroline Burger.and bright;std; cheery with.quantities!of ultv beginning, .'tb'ternur, .. 4f
: Filers
.
** A. II. /
'
Prinolpal,
.-,. I*tM Beach was Incited to make this.Bank It was . te'consider= I Jean Douglass Canon of' KUsimmee hy.r.tJ.nd(( the'food was delicious. AssistantPrinclaal aad' KagMsV, pct
r' address and wired his -..ecept.lI1e paying the watery of a trainedex .Randolph Carson of -Mi- Mrs.>Li, H. Ingram is the superintendent '
will be held could and Sarah the lunch ,, this Miss 'Almena'L.kner. ; -
this week. 'The meeting perienced 'Som"erel.laeattary of room for ble .
.
in 8t. Cloud .*Tnursda'v: afternoon t command. .H__. thoutrht "It'_' probable --" year, with Misr" Nellie Best. as assist Latin and HlstorjrMUstNo. '' ,M,' i
September 23 and .ia Kissimmee In,'bow.ver. that some local man v'rhowar 'arai.Dr.W.ti.Dresch ant.. Mrs; W. J. Fripp, presidentof Lendon.. | t
; the evening of that day. Dr*Rutter interested in the 'city's welfare the' .Motherly-Teachers' club, waapresent'to 'Mathematics Mton Sohuman. ,,
1 will 'likely speak from the bandstand might be secured who would'tacept I nlp la caring fo -the 8ih OradesMm. NC.n;, Bryan' ",:and' ,
.
beginnings at 8. o'clock. the position- a' smaller figure. ,7 patrons" opening day MIA" Cleo Woo1dridg.r Nand
Or.'Rutter"is a .man of refinement.I During they general ,-dfacusslonwhloh t. Will MakeHomeIn .* The triemfcers 66 the Ilfothers'- 7th 'Grade.Miss Claude">'HarrUoar* w'

avery forcefnl''speakerind-- ardent followed, 7. D. Woodbeck was Teacher'"clpb\ are greatly pleased E. J. Ertckwn. A an4'i
suffragist, and .will,likely ctra.'ollll.of mentioned a* iust 'the- man for the Kissimmee with evident appreciation ef their 6th Grade Mrs. Trammed ,
.. J. ,
llcl. v
of the F C Eiw *.
tile largest .audiences ..whieh plaoe., efforts to aid the efficiency
'MiM
5 .h..:,ever been accorded 'a speaker I Mr. Cadet's views --met .the approval 1 1I .eh ola'lty operating this lunch room 4th Grade,' Mrs. Ames: 'smd "l I,

her. Henot} -...kin. an active ( of the members present and-a Dr.. 'w. H. Oresch, professor of which makes it possible for every Cecilia Oversteet.Mary C. .Bryan.. *, + ,
part,' In x th., campaign -but speak meeting was arranged for to be held Philosophy and Psychology at Railing pupil and teacher: who..desires, obtain .3rd Grade.Mlaa '
', from a belief that a great; moral .Tuesday evening, September'21sti betake I College, Winter Park, will continue ; a hot tanck" \ i{(Continued:: ..oAfftB* Blsrhr! ;jiManyRegisterFor'

\. good, fnay,be-aecomplhhed.. f actioa on"this- iuestlon'4nd others I .his. pastorate of the Presbyter ,* The..average number served last .
r which might, present,'th mael"e.. ian church and make his home here. year; was 175t and it II la thought that ;
. S.: .Lupfer: Jr.,, 'who:.was acting ;: He moved his' tamll, 'into the manse. fully; J200 persons will daily ..availthemselvesrof '\f \",
Bargr'Marliirarery' secretary, was Instructed' to mailcards' here this week, and will >go back ,and ,the opportunity this
: b. the members informing forth In hie canto Winter Park., Dr.Dreach" year.. ' The" City Bond I"
them ''of /Tuesday meeting.It' has Jut .returned .from Miami :
4hr\ Lnmoe.r UfjAncff'rQW was also suggested that:a where, he spent the samrner CELEBRATES 42ND ANNIVERSARY . ;' '

.. ': eMud change be made In the by-laws,. which Willie',preaching( Cocoanut Grove. ElectiSat'd: >aly't ,:
Tl sMpr regulate.the smmberrequired .for a

'! ,r .w. '1 -: :Lr.jb.'bulthe.4prbjeot ( . !, quorum and that" .:1111n ::place of "Kbe "BIG SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETINGA qtr' and Mrs Charles Elam celebrated It ia 'erWent that the property'ow.r: J,

:,; ; .which I.' to required. t... n P i I', < ..unusual interest to their 42nd wedding anniversary ''. non are not>la klng In..te..t..ft-, '
nesting'of "dinner
eUl-< te
Il! '. transform the lake shorn 'from'a' POULTRY $PECI,1r A'T,:":'", Sunday wool workers la the sixth I, ,,*when.ttiitlr Sunday, with.on an,. C' B. I Bbm of the approaching bond- flection.;for aninspectionof 1C. .i ',.tl
.- (marshy;; wilderness of weeds'-into) an Bible I the cityoierk"
; \ '"" attractive. lake fromaklai', "progress 4 ''wILL BrT':HF.REN; : T:WEEK: annual Cl.to.Federation- be held of in.Wesley Gainesville, Tampa;;, and,,children Mr and Mrs, ,P ..R..' r.ilbert's 'regjetralja> :. broke Vi"hoTli 1.,
ware -preaent.Mrs. ',
Brown
and 'if-
'this ''week which .is gratifying: There P9f that a met', every uallned., T \ :
Drl: ilaebor'r1, professor ef i\tn. : i Oct. 12-14., 1920 are "'8'1'of .'i Brown tie*their. granddaughteV..In .
l/i to.ell H'concerned. chwaeltn the enrolled Ms,or her name there n 'l.
State Ag- these organized welt
*" f \The" machinery' of 'the dredge., Is. Poultry hulRlandl'.t the be here'. next Florida '.conf.reaeenome: of them in 'tji* afternoon ride the,party . .' Gilbert estimated'' that probably '
ricnltitral I1. auto '"
i getting limbered up and the,clif eu1- Monday. Collec.d: a,.p fr the purpose - ,this '>county and section, and It; Is foTj'pleasant tOO persons were eligible Utat'W'MI'
i .ties attending the beginmng. of most election 'and nearlv
.pd that "class in Florida ar- MOTHERS' TEACH CLUB vole tit this '
every
of interesting / -
i. .
protects, of this nature. haveseem in the- pFoppeerrleaethede : range for delegation,! "at this .t.portent tsa- number had registered ye ..erday. .
ceola county "
Ugly been overcome. As it limbers .' : ASKS FOR GUAVAS The special paving refund note i. t?
gathering.
.f caring for and' raising poultry.Partfa' i
t solids of *
much
: pf
angerpreen eomoletjn
;: for the .urpose
op-a are' .
interested arerequested I to cuffireat'toc. 't\
Friends 'who have guavas connection S
"the Oil.jrH
out streets
It'thrown on Eeo MOTHERS'-TEACHERS CLUB the paving of the" '
F. Riocardwho. has been employed oomraapicate'with County Agent i ".,their owrt Q.e.ahd'to spare with the Bixie Highway and witH (;.,re
r on'the!government1 barge 4 at Wilwe'orwMiss.Albina; SnUth. ; WILL. HONOR,TEACHERS ar*'aakl& te donatlhelr.rnlal to 1h. .bard surfaced road to St., Clo d. fe *. l
: Sarasota oame vcr thia'week to join "lIoPtREW NJCHOU+ r ". the+I''Metier's'-Teaehers eta? for (1)e The speeial light and' water refund 'j ,

a, the dredge force.H; la a''competent' '!tri>j.'" 'It',;y .... 7........, ...'.- +? The MothersTW club wit achoot'rlttnch room. '.Pleas* deliver! notes are for, the retirssntmt .f. an;'*, n 'w
.dredge man l '..vera! years' exper. Mrs. Annie "Nichols and Joseph. ;, nvoet Plic v. afternoon at the BartMemorial tbeDIItlltiSmith. demonstration ,Id .clebt'on the muaioipal light and'4' '. I
i ,ienee. "* McGrew,' both of. St. Cloud .wr 'buih nc' when tbs sablect krtchn'/.Wa4bsday that -the women water plant and tile making otaec- .
'." .' ,;The bulkhead caaipany i.' operating ntarrieVl.'her Friday by RyOW. .}I. under discussion will be ,aen. form of,the'>club.1 may boftift. early on.arIT. .essary ,repairs there."r :+ ""i
which .* of child welfare.In on...Thursday morning convertIngltheprbato Wj1.
one full-ahift aM. a hislff Coleman \ of the Cnristlaachurch. .
pastor > .
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""" .;.will also work full times soon MMvsf ., J j.. .; - .r-- .' the evening at 8:30, a recootlon .. lIIann.I.a4h5'I. I Mr. and Mrs! J. .Haf.tt..nd. ; ; V ;
\.. ..'$ city ean- furnish sufficient' power, They wHhmak*,ihe rl home_in St. will be -<+n school to the and.die faculty Kissim-of .tbi !iti8wst'! / th..iv but. mber"tlat their Mrs. F.-,8ehwisui: ,:. :?; i. '

hI.:\' :'\.r HC.T. ;t"Murphy- stated.- I Cloud.' ), \..jt ,: ; ,A$: X ; Dseoola m... '.cbooiss.fvery'teecbris Hlzh: in-i the 'corn' saved from weevils ,this and two,we.daugbterafrom. fewa Savaanah. \,-
r, ;.School'.eoenedMonday 4 ,.wjt)a| 'a ""Axcorn: i crib'12 4 2x ,win' hold. .'. 4ft, vit.drto ''present at' thl..veat' ;: sunder will Y; be good 'money next with. Oa.M,:, and are Mrr'spending 0.'' V-Person'' days., ., '.j J.l (

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t.:;; MRS 0. P BUZBEE r r15 HARDEE. INAUGURATION= I l
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AGRICULTURAL' ,POINTERS, - 0' 'TO :BE \MADE ELABORATE After Thorough- Trial l a Detroit, : .


t ,GAINS POUNDS 'Bj Lto H. WiUoB, County Ajent Mich., Ma Endorses Pe-ru-na. : ", :\','

Fireworks aad Oilier Special Features .

r Resident of CardeBTille i 'Fla:' .LSk* t had the-pleasure of attending; the Will Be Provided By LAKE'(WORTH'S UNIQUE WAY' I The following letter written'. "PE-RU-NAbaa done wooden: / ::1 ,
Annual County' Agents' conference '" andt0meisworthh&, weight 'n' '
Of from Detroit, Michigan is no snap
WELCOMING
Citiz.aaTallahassee TOURISTS
;' .New_. P- T.JY; ef; Taking in Gainesville last week, '.nd''feel .:..,; .- judgmentexpreesedonthmerllol gold. I shall continue to usePfiKUKA .. I
that the time was profitably spent; ----- There Is something'In the generous of Pe-ru-na, the well- a* long as ';, ...
, -' 4n that there ,were a;number of intercstlng Sept. 12.-tr.IlahA84 hospitality ,of Lake Worth which j known catarrh remedy: live and recommend

r' "I hat not, only fifteen pounds, bytalcing lectures given by men from I Inauguration eeans are preparing of "Florida's to makethe seems indigenous to the white Sand. but rather si mature to my friends who are" 'I "

' Tanlac but am' feeling: the University and Washington; also the governor The' people here dp not wait for thetrahger sober opinion formed troublodwitheatarrh. .,'
stronger and better than I have ,in from Mr. L. M. Rhodes, who heads 'January most spectacular and to make'acquaintance., but after a full year'etriaL- Nothing can be more ) .
\ twent.y' years," recently<<: declared the State Marketing Bureau. Various ; gala event of-the kind In'the history make the first advances. ** This 'la the way Mr. -h convincing than an>en.' ; ,. '
of Gardenville on agriculture were the of the state. Plans are already under MlehaAl' Fako of 906 dorsemetit of this nature 1
P Buzbee- subjects,
Mrs Q. W. E. 'Jackson, city marshal on i
to --accomplish this result actual \!
that way from an '
discussed and I noticed ,
topics East Palmer' Avenue
Florida seeing from another
t a car state ,
approaching -
and it is evident from the mannerIn u C
"For' a greet many years I was each subject led to one main nedlng along the Dixie Highway, In the Michigan Metropolis - user. There are manypeople I
trtmbled with stomach and ,kid and that was on Organization and which all the citizens have taken writest After: i; In every community -
rrry steps out into the .street and with a
hold of the proposition that
whose
greater PE-RtFrNA ti experi ,
eatI CO Jeratlon. for
had little desire to using
neys. I so wave of his hapd halts the motorists.He t
never troubled about breakfast and To the progressive people of Osce. interest is taken In the inaugurationof then reaches in his pocket and about ono\ year will say encein oslng Pe-ru-na '

often went without any dinner. What ola county we 'must form an organization -, Governor Hardee than has been :yanks out a white card. The motor- Ibave found it a very .ti hasbeenidenticalwith
manifested in similar in It Is the
. event Pake's.
. did eat caused to bloatme in each little I <<: gas late, thinking they are being arrested -
many many years! tarrh. It has helped standby for coughs, t.
something'awful and made my warrants so that we may cooperatein
for infraction of the law,
up Upon call of the city commissioners dome colds catarrh stomach
<<: deal and I
" best fearfully. I fell off in our purchasing of oroducts. such me a great
heart look "Brfe>>
: apprehensive smiling
of the business and mar'ahallte's I have and bowel disorders and all 08. "
shadowof household commodities, fertilize, a gathering am very well satisfied.
I mere as
until a
weight was hands "
I used to be and became so farm machinery, seeds and all other professional men of Tallahassee met i always smiling- gained in weight, eat andsleep tarrhal conditions, '
what over a card to the occupants of the I an/liquid t
tablet
I.could scarcely drag around. articles used on the farm and in at the county court<<: house Friday well my beftrels are regular and Put up|In both
weak car. on 'which is neatly printed: '
evening to make a definite start toward better color In my face form. !BOLD avzerwnxaa p
could ,of farm Th .
and I selling our products.
I was so restless nervous : "You invited to .
inaugural) plans. Judge A'. JJ.1! are and felt tired middle man Is'"getting profits, ,
at night your
not sleep Just Williams was elected chairmanoT take of the free ice water af the
and worn out all the time. while you get practically nothing for park entrance to cross over the free _..
the meeting, while ,R. A. Mteginniss\ I -- -- -
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"Several persons whom I knew your l labor, and very little for the elected its bridge to the ocean and are hereby. -
was .secretary Mayor
j I personally were so greatly helped .by products. We must organize 'for given: the official freedom of Lake i
Guye P. McCord the
stated
( Tanlac that I decided to give it a our future protection. Are you'willingT purposeof Worth the (fastest growing city on I ,
the call and followed
was by
; trial .and it certainly was a lucky I should think that every Capt. the East Coast of Florida '10.
J. Stuart Lewis who at the
farmer would be for the sake of his requestof
decision for me. I began to improve ALEX "
Signed '
outlined DKAKE, M"yor. .
11 the meeting, the work ,
from the start and now after own good. Talk this every day to ! 1
right After reading this unexpected welcome With scarce .
to be done and the sugar
necessary organization
like different and if he ion't interested
taking five bottles I am a your neighbor the touring motorists disembark j
I woman. I have 'uch an ap- get: him interested. When each necessary to put over the in- partake of the ice water<< anddecide' and I

, petite that I'm hungry: all the time community gets! ripe for the Community augural.A motion. was made' and carried to cross the bridge, to the and costly! more a amore .

" and in the least from with the assistance of Stateorganizers that the meeting<< proceed to elect nnirrangement interest is naturally 4
. and never suffer agent, committee and for a man of the a of the heart. As will assist' \ in perfectingyour that (
gas or palpitation along with touring information.
this committee in turn make nominations
I've alrwidy 'nid, I have gained fifteen Community Organization. shown in
for the other standing'commit When thev go on their way they re- ; being .
pound in weight, and have improved I have recently had a mil for a ><>ice lit having found a city where
l, 89 much in every way my Poland China sow ready to breed or les. The following elected were accordingly the t the "glnd hand" is held out. , that selfsweetened C
friends hardlv know me. My nerve already to bre(>d. If you have nn'idea unanimously HI' irrungemcnts Marsha) Jackson heartily approvesof
. be and I getup where sow of the above description committee and will] huve
are as steady an can a this "welcome to our city" affair
Supervision over all the plans for the fpod -
: in the mornings! feeling ju't fine. can be obtl\inecl.l please no- ": nd has entered into the spirit of 'f
quadrennial event: J. !Stuart Lew''
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I have BO much confidence in Tanlac tify mo<< at once. This sow should b* t the clan by securing, some of his r
that I recommend it wherever I go. of good: stock, nopdnjh IM reir"t"red'hough chairman, ; John G. Kellum IrvinG'ites Youthful friends to substitute for r
y and am glad of this chance to tell ''if subject to registration, so A. P. McCuskill and Dr l'. him while he is otherwise engaged.

. others what a splendid medicine it much the better. M. Au.ley.The -Lake Worth Herald. .
is." Now, nnd in the next week is avery finance committee elected up GtapeNuts :
Tanlac is sold in Kissimmee by J. good time to spray for whitefly in the recommendation of the arrangements .
Z. Roberson and in St. Cloud by the Use Oil Emulsion for that gets the committee, ill...constit ut- Almost A Shadow Afraid e

r, St. Cloud Pharmacy whitefly larvae, as well as the scale ed as follows: ,
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insects. W. M McIntosh chairman; H. 1. 1 J
for the Bethel, n. M. T.owry, J. R. RanHle
Don't to provide
forget
i SURE CURE FOR SNAKE BITE winter grazing if you want your Dr, F. Clifton Moor: J. W. Collins, To Eat This ready-to-eat cereal ,

cows to make profitable gains that G. W. Sax
s A very' simple remedy for snakebite Mizell Guyton Hall] and CarT Mitchell ,
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will also increase the milk vield ma-
and one that is within the reach "My son-in-law was so bad from food is abundantly sup-

1"" of every one, i in a teaspoonful of terially. In October, or well early November With the early start thus made it stomach trouble that he was reduced -;
drill with
powdered alum for an adult, half land sow or and on half prepar"d to two- is predicted that the Inauguration to almost shadow and was plied sugar developed
teaspoonful for a child given immediately one one will be the most elaborate in the his afraid to eat anything, as all food
;{ k will stop the poison from bushels of either oats, rye or notatoe.rape.' tory of Florida. Among other add.-d! caused bloating of gas which pressed! in the process of making r
Handle sweet
newly dug ..
' through the body. This remedy against hm heart worrying him very
going features the
being planned by committee .
, more like than brick--they will from the choicest
was given an old hunter by ant eggs: is an appropriate display of much. Our druggist persuaded him
Indian who said it.had never keep better, They will also make a to try Mayr's, Wonderful Remedyand
doctor: fire works while a new committee
used in better display at the State Fair to in two months he looked fine of wheat and i
failed to cure and has been known as the housing committee will parts |
r the middle of
he held in Jacksonville
the child can eat anything and works hard '
and ev-
the writer's family make arrangements for carin- for I
r recovered. It can be used as a drench November.A nil visitors v-ho attend the ceremon ery day." It is a simple harmless malted barley.
will hold 400
crib
for an animal. There is no use for corn 12x12x6 ies. preparation that removes the catarrhal : -

w anyone to die from a snake bite bushels clean shucked corn, and Another meeting is to bo: held next mucus from the intestinal tractand
,. when this simple treatment can be n bout all man'y corn weevils if youdon't 'riday evening at the county with carbon
used. Coleman Correspondent. in treat your corn at 8:30, at which the committees causes practically all stomach liver .... .,. .
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h Sumter County Times bisulphide.In want at least' will be selected and plans, fur and intestinal ailments ineludingappendicitis. _:,._ _+ '7'0'
the next week I
One dose will
ther developed the big event-- convince or Made-
(or ty
relieves ten boys to send me their names! in refunded. J. Z. Roberson and A F'QOD-
666 juickly Constipation.Biliousness money ,....
order: that I enroll in the I Tampa Tribune ::-::. .
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I Loss of Appetite and may you druggists everywhere. x Postum Cereal Company Inc. =.tr.JSl.MT: .--
Piif Club. Come on boys, the watsris i "C -
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Liver.-adv.i fine. Take your pig to the fairs The (Best Adrertinement. DAIRY ASSOCIATION WILL MEETIN Battle Creek Mich. -'' -;: :- ''
pnd show 'em how you can make a : The best advertisement any mer ORLANDO SEPTEMBER 21-23 --- -"-....::
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pig fat. All boys between the age chant can have is a satisfied custo- -
States Postal Savings banks on Aug. ten and eighteen arc eligible a' mer. Nb., grater recommendation The third annual meeting of the I
1. amounted to 157,604,664. well as the girls for membership 1 I can be given an article than the following Florida Dairy Association takes 1,

will assist you in securing a good : by E. B. Milburn Prop., place at Orlando September 21st,
pig at the lowest prlre'ald start Guion !Drug Store, Guion Ark. "We 22nd and 23rd 1920 and judging;

, VICTIMSRESCUED. you off on the right path to success. have sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy from the need of the dairy farmersof
Ff I What are you planting 'to put on for years and have always found Florida to get together in supportof "WINCHESTER r
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display at the fair in Jacksonville that it gives perfect satisfaction.! ,this organization so 'that it can

We are going over with a county exhibit accomplish<<: some real benefits in ) ,
and 1 am 'sure )'4'U 'want to TIME TO WHITEFLY their behalf, the meeting should be f '
win We can ,
help your county out. well attended.
'iL have no better, advertisement' for OB* Of the three broods of whitefly Especially during" \ the past 'year /. aO ,,I, '"

Kidney,liver,bladder and aric acid p'la., than ,to' show what we ran each year the fall brood. is usually) have the dairy farmers of the state i r-)
L troubles are> most dangerous because produce. I need your help Mr. tI.I" most numerous. The adults of claimed that* there was no profit in .' .

: -of their insidious attacks. Farmer, and don't wait for me to his brood are now swarming to this their business. It has been difficultto ,

Heed the first warning they give call on YOU, but come to my rescue, new growth of citrus tress not ooiy! get a representative' gathering at \/1 1t
: and pledge your support In putting> fr-.n the orange groves! but from mee' :\TS of the association heretofore I fl. J I
that
"i they,neod attention by taking. Osceola.on the map.- We hive n good ..h naberry trees and other -iei-i it'ront. probably due to the fact that 1'1 ,

Bounty, but many people ar from .ost. plants! which are no: longer *t- most dairy farmers have been satis-
t SA t a COLDJMEDALworld's Missouri and we will nave to show rnrlice, fied with their situation and could. 1 ,

them: Be sure to call on your coun- Because they will remain on the not see any real reason for attendingthe /

f r Q ty agent if he calk be of some serv trees much longer( than either of the meetings. It appears howeve'r, /

\ ice. I have a good selection of State other two, (until late February or that dairy farming has not been a 1 ,
h a.u and Federal bulletins for you. March), and because the rainy season rosy business proposition during the

I r ., ';naB .'standard remedy for thM is about over and the fungus past year and if there was ever a '1 J '
The silk Shirt hd about end-
craze enemies of the whitefly will gradual need for the men who own dairy ., .
r1 d8oldera. will often ward off tb*''0 li. ed. In most store windows silkarments ,
..... and '.trnjrthn tli. body against marked )1y become less abundant in is espe cow in Florida to meet and devise 1
down much
' ffartbw<<\sda.-ThrMt 111< :_, all dnCrf. I lower than are dally important to spray the groves ways and 'means for their own salvation '
months 4
IM! far U..._ Coil Nriat ..M f.. a few ago thorpughly in the fall. it is now. t
- ...... .. ............ Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. Although the whitefly larvae. maybe It la. predicted that the Orlandomeeting' Ii

---,-- ------ killed at any time during the fallor will interest the best dairy J ,;
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74 early winter it is better to spray farmers fro mall parts of the state I I
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; Y .O.OO.OOO. AS early as possible and save the and with few exceptions it may be .
a drain on the trees resulting from the assumed that those who don't come Feathers Don Fool the

1 1f ei feeding of the flies says J. B.; Watson are perfectly satisfied with their sit- r
entomologist at the Florida EX- uation and ,pre therefore not interested -
: eriment Stati n. in making any effort to better Winchester Shot Pattern .
Furthermore,' a thorough spraying :) it. '. .

>R.4.S. FLOYD at this time will loosen up the sooty 1 The Orlando Board of Trade has \ \" ,
mold and give the' rains an opportunity ; provided space on the veranda of
to remove it, thus making it heir club house for, the display of WINCHESTER precision mothoHs of .

I easier to clean the fruit at packing)I dairy utilities, equipment -and feeds, care of that-Riving :
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which will be exhibited by the supply .
time.
., I .. houses and feed dealers The you Ou; perfect pattern which completely and '

. A entitled "Profitable Board of Trade also will furnish automobiles evenly covers the body of the duck without \

pamphlet for the motorcade on Wednesday loss of penetration. i 1
i' ; Celery. Growing, will be sent free by
''r I I ; .Groceries and the HofTman-Carr Co., 312 MarketSt. have afternoon: addressed and any one wishIng themin Over 400 different
".1' to mail to gaugcs minutely adjusted
1 ., Philadelphia, Pa. It discussesthe '
I Orlando can have it sent andoreparing as searching and
f planting handling, storing the of Trade. many inspections : ,
Board
of the product for the in
tests.areusoo
i. manufacturing'your Winchester '
The San Juan Hotel will be official

\ 0- buyer.- .---- .- headquarters, but there are a number Repeating Shotgun. Every step in the manu 0

: < Fresh Meats KSAF TisT---- > of House other and hotels the including Hotel the Astor Empire facture and loading of each Winchester Shell ,' ." "

I which are conveniently! lucated > *h<; receives equally careful attention. ,, .'
*o-+rd of Trade club-house. Parties "
desiring hotel accommodations should .
For those who are in need ofa; Hammerless
write direct to the hotels or make, .
l remedy for kidney troubles add the Orlando Boardof fer Model 97 with AJM '
A' request through a outside! hammer. | I
backache, it is1 a Good plan to try ,
Doan's Kidney Pills. They Trade. Winchester Shells- Leader or Repeater in smoke. "
are ,
176 302 who Is interested in th- :,
Every one 1f
; p h Phone Broadway strongly recommended by 'Kissint- dairy industry, is invited to attendall less Nublack or New Rival in black powder. ,.
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met people. r of the sessions and take 'part in'' 1 :
Ask your neighbor.J. r I
the social features ,
B. Dillard, 212 Emmett St!., ,
.t iI A very good program has been arranged -
Kissimmee. says:+ "A few years agoI which in itself is worth theme THE OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY ,

.. . ...oo..o..oo.o..o.o.too.o. ..... was. laid up with rheumatic pains ( and money spent in attending

__ _ _ and by believe the disordered my trouble condition was broughton of my the meeting to, but matters dairy of"farmer vital importance in- KISSIMMEE FLA. ;
every
kidneys. I was in as bad shape as ,
oh
Florida that are not the programhill ,
could be. I had taken most
anyone come up -at this meeting and be r _
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every kind of medicine but got no '
I OLLINS
,) COLLEGE relief until I took Doan's Kidney acted upon. THE WINCH r.EA STORE \ :

Pills. I noticed<<: their good effect Owners of horses and blooded stock! P. I.

f on Lake Virginia winter Park, Fla. ';:, right away. Continued use drove are large users of ,Liquid) Borozone 9 t
tM trouble away and\ I am glad to It heals !'
cr4ft'\; wounds festering sores
; / ;. Oldest college in -Florida' latcr.dcnotraliiational.co give this endorsement," (Statement barbed wire cuts by a mild power - - -.- ..-.- 1 1E.
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f given MaY'28, 1914. that leaves no disfiguring scars i
t ''Standard courses A. B. degree. Pre-; ADDED PRAH3E. rice<< SOc, 60c and $1.20. Sold by O. PAINTER PERTILIZEJI COMPANY .
r Y faKslonal courses la medicine, law and engineering. On March 27. 1918, Mr. Dillard Roberson's Pharmacy. .. ACK80NVlLLB. tr'
Special advantages In muile (faculty of nine), basinet said: "I still hold mv high opinionof FLORIDA '
r" t *, home economies, fina and industrial arts and Doan's Kidney Pills. They gave Last year America<<: ought nearly \, COMM.BTB PKRTH.IZKHSPKBTILIZBB - .J.. r II- '
ry ( excellent relief from kidney '70,000,000 worth of raw silk in M...T.IUAU :
t academy! (lOth, 11th and IZth grades) me complaint 4 ,
r and I must nothing ever China.? This year there has been a ..eaaEasi1r.ECrICIDE. r.
\! :Thirty-sxth J't.I"opeq, ,&.pt nb r..20. 1920. did me so much Rood.lat large slump in orders and the silk I )

r"v .. 't1- t. "GEORGE' MORGAN. WARDI D., D.. LL.D... president. I Co.60c, Mfrs., at ,mil Buffalo dealers.N.Foster-Milburn Y. ,nterests r.s". of that countryare. in dis- ,y.... ............". 1'.. c:.,.... ._......,......POULTRY... ...... ..SITPPLIBM...\ o-uq. ,. 'I .. '.I. < 1

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f\ TNR ',.VALLEYrGdIZ ''fJU SEPTEMBER 1120 .1P *,
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:T'r -r-m AKKRMA CONrJi u.INC'WOOLLY.. WHITIv c, ti+ .
CL f, KRIBBS A. :
Proceedings ofCltyCpanci !S ', ; :
4 W; J. fcTKKD FLY ON CITRUS TREES WLv mom--
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1 CRISES, AKERMAN, AND STEED ,-- '" / ,. .'

.. .. ._I.-_ '.* LawKlMlaaa : The woolly seems to beunnsuallv. :' made .this '.: ' 'A '
" AI... ..y* C**. YI.rW. white now. ,The : : ,we '/ ,1 .
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Th. City, Counul met In r.sular.r..Ion ) ... larvae of this distinguish ... .
species
..._ all State n/ .
il .raetlee !
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SaMeinner >7. there blrW .
:t ' Ucdted State,-C e.irt ..cnt on H. M lJr..akr. ,> pr.. ,"nt: ]R. ed from other wbitei i.. by a ..CODaplcow' cigarette you '
' K:. Floyd,,A. a:;, ,:n'b.rt..J. W.. Thomi,. coat -of'curled., wooly wax. *
\ : Ion, member. of council; 1..1.O'Dry.n As these larvae'' always occur in colonies .
', W. B.; CRAWFORD city clerk; 3, H. Cadet mayor ] this wax is quite conspicuous.*. I
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and J. K. Gilbert cUrk.Th Ir
:M ,.. '". ATTORNEY-AT-LAW '. minute of' the lat m: .etln.-. A little wasp-like parasite isfso 4 r I
.''t were read and approved Report u i.t common among these. Insects, that ,it \ 4
\;, .Officel 8;, 4, ,5, 6! and 7. Osceola, offleer were examined and approve.. ( is, seldom this species does serious -
bill approved and oraenSaid
V''. Bank,Building rd a* follow war .. injury to a citrus grove." Because the :
, 'l ? ICi S BIMMEg.: FLORIDA.. Cadet. alary a*'' mayor-' ....,* 80J,0 woolly pupa cases cling to the. leaves .- 1 f
, .; C f Tiaon, chief of pollco,..._ lOll<110 long after the insects have emergedor .. d dr
40.6(1 -
Ben P.Cobb night pollc--- :
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died the Usually. overestvnates -
' Roheron Irea.urer.1Ru. ) I grower
ii'I.;' DR. R. J. DCx'SIXGDENTIST LZ Gilbert. clrk._.-?..... 1411.00 the number of living;.larvaeon
Bryan, city attorney.. <."'" i
.. : 20.111\1 his trees. Live larvae can be recognized :-
H M Breaker, member council. :
I. R H Floyd, do _ 10.01\< \, by the presence.of. drops of
t ..-4.. Over: the_Postofflca.OFFlcn . A 8 Hilbert do n'__.,.-__u_______ 11.011< honey dew' t among the woolly threads .
., HOURS; 9 to Jv:30, l.SO toBealdcnce I, Qeo-W Fox 110 _?,_.-------- 18 (01' by the dense growth of Sooty mold'
J W Thomp.on..10 .__t18.t .
Chune 174- *"* 'I',I Neal Bejtver. salary _____..... 78Kermon .< which results, or by the bees '
-O>uce Mtone: 158. ,f 1'ond... unlary. -_.__ 71,00" wasos, and'fliel which are* attracteJto.the
Sum I I says l lI
Orson Former ant, rent F 8. 121
. KIT.-l. Co., phone rent F T1. I '! j entomologist at the Florida Experiment I
LEWIS O'BRYAN I Mia niha Smith, don for C. K. 111.00 Station. . ,.... MkMktl MkMktlt
C F TI.on. forman *t dept_.: 1 ft"HI The larvae before the -
ATTO RNE -AT-LAW F C Bryan mule, t..du. _. 221.71.r1.r.fno. I young a ,
, Kiss. phone. rent- 11Am .< 3 heavy': coating of wax developer! are
Warner Building: ;: Fife Eng; Co, easily killed by the same oil emulsions
supplies. for fire dept.-----_ B.04< ,
Mach nro., supplies .:._._._. SI used against common citrus
J Z Rnberaon. ... ... 4..76draya. whitefly. All the larvae are not in
"at Johnston O. P. GARRET, J It Gilbert, labor .trw'J. as favorable state for spraying as
.. _;..._ 11.17! '
they will be in late October. Xho
GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW
JOHNSTON & J C Griffin. *up. drnlnaK-e. dept1.0 tit( your cigarette de- '
J C Qrlfrtn. up. 8t dept. ---* 1.741 1 praying should be applied now for CAMELS : )
J C Grltfln, .up. sanitary dept. n.n the whitefly will probably suffice to completely.you'11
Offices: 10, 114and 12, Osceola Band' Caraon Farmer Insurance II.80 I control this species also. Should I It agree

Building. Valley Oa....., printing; & sup 10.n I IJ fail to do again in about they were made to meet taste! .
L Overatreet. recording, etc. 411OkoeolR so, spray. ,your .
KISSIJ lEE, FLORIDA County, for hool fund 171.tll< six weeks.A . .
J R Gilbert, ,.tora ;e dlalnfecU.! 10.7 insect
full description of thin : and"mel
flavor
e J R Gilbert tamp, etc....... t.PI I Unique ,fragrance -
with Illustrations be found, in
t*.00 can r
C F TUon t..edln.prl."n.r..etc
J. W. THOMPSON .ceola Pharm.ey, medicine .. S.20 i Bulletin 136 of the Florida Experiment low-mild-body due to Camels qual-
Wm. Quirk, police _._.__...._ M.11 I Station which will be moiled to
. A H Spelr! chop work_...... 1 I 50 ity and expert blend? of choice Turk: ;
the .
Funeral Director \V B Makln.on Co... .upplle*.._ S.60 you fpr asking.A
Lewis O'Bry.n, attorney Tee_ 100.110 ish and choice tDomestjc tobaccosare
Maloney Lupfer Co. ..L No. 7..t081.71, cross, sickly baby .ut'erlngfrom

AND A Adam 1 MacUonoavh.Kvan Co.:. enr eat No Yes.48,0 1..1010.4: 1 1AI..n digestive troubles and looseness of are a revelation! You will prefer the b
the bowels needs McGee's Baby
LICENSED EMBALMER J E Lupfer J MacPonouKh.damae to enK fence.
Oaceola" Hdw c<<.., aupplle..___ the stomach and restores healthv y
Hdw. Co. repair D F_ l.01 smoked straight!
Oceola ,
Sto're and Chapel, Stewart Ave.: W H Arnold, part sal a..*eior 100.1\0\ onditions. Price, 35c" and 60c. Solt'by .. .
K1881MMEE. FLORIDA ''J 8 Cadel. advanced for charity 15.611 I Rpberson's Pharmacy -"ta-.t
I W A lolner, upt light plant. 171.0 I IJ 0I . With Camels you can gothelimitc t'
I C Pucklea, salary light plant tJ 0.00
do __ _____._ 4t 00 r t without
.. . . .. . ..0..0.. .. .... SalH WWI' Tatem Johnson. do un._un__ _._. 900'II (r:SEEX Si tiring your taste. TheyJeave'no .,

Gonrtre Gross. do ____huun 11000 Cf after...
M. TILLER .Roy Ora110 -.nn.n PO( 011 Plant Martin's Hy-Test Seed .for unpleasant cigaretty
G,' Rteffee, do _.. ___ aaa good results '
orK* --
F: A Bowen do 75.00 taste; no unpleasant cigaretty.odor! :
I Garden &: Field seed for Fall Plant .
Derbve-------------- "
71I.Miss (
I Mis K K
Real Estate Agency.
K W DerbMihlre. ref'd you 8* 't" ing. i 4H
st..n..e.a..Nnn..enaf J C Orlffln, hop wort_ u'u.. 1.00( Seed Oats-Rye-Barley-Rape. To get a line on why Camels win
Robert Rld.,l. hop work_._._ IIGvnrctla (0( EggPlants -
Cabbage
New Crop Turnips, ,
and told. .. 10.81\I them
Realty Bought Supply Co. supplies Beans. .I: you so completely compare
Standard Oil Co.. oil ____n___ 4076 1 Pepper,

I Houses rented Fin Worthlnirton ISlec Sup.Pump Co. Corp.supplies sup_.__ HitMine 751! Peas Largest. Potatoes and oldest and Onion established Sets. seed I < C.m..,. ... ......... ....,,..,.-L_.. puff-for-puff with any-cigarette in .
Taxes paid and Titles verified 271111( L-C ; la.aanrlawllv..bd 1*
& Mill Sup Co unpllr Mnaar. world
y the at You'll
the
house in State. price.
iN any 11II
pre- ;
for non-residents. "'n. Fin FdyV'k.*. repair 16.45 ... /110.0' ....,. ,
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; Valley Hhxettt. printing cards. 1100 Send for Fall catalog and Seed '' .lin ,,/ '
.
Fire. Life and Accident In J L. Phillip & ('n lumb._ _. 100 special.E. I ;.... an rmewnearrnn w. lerqualitytocouponsorpremiumsl.rronIr I ,
J R Gilbert frelitht __ ___n__- IIn57 r.aom m.nd fats '
__ A. MARTIN SEED CO. arroner fitnm. or slap
90Hammel .
surance. W H MnKlnson Co cupplle RHVNOLDs'TOBACCO .
,.. .
R. :
ftupp/y or wAen you -i 1 J. Wtnaton-Salepi.. N.C
on| nurnlnK EquipmentCo JscluoaviHe : : : Florid .."
Indemnity Bonds.. .
_
.. Bunpltea! _nu.nun __ 112 1 I .
.. __ 344 1 R
Co supplies '
One ola H n
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J It Gilbert. frtlKhl on oil
I J R Gilbert fnr o11-----u 1.324.13 666 cures Malaria! Chills and FevIf the moon Isn't just right, plant The United States exported $33666, has more 'imitations' than anrer.
I>lxle Sr\lce PtB supplies ._ loftl Bilious. Fever Colds and La- that fall garden anyway. The moon 854,457 worth of lint cotton to Canother Chill and Fever Tonic on the It( r
I Pam Johreon, .rtITlj"v A I._P I 24 fOforKe Grippe. It kills the parasite that can get right later Just as well.. ads besides 55,513,527 worth of man- market, but.no one wants imitations.
.. _. .11
240(
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Or" do u nun n ... ,. the It is splendid ---- 1 ufactured cotton, during the fiscal They are dangerous things in the t
fever. a
I Petition from business men kln. pauses. ,I ,J-.... **.......V IPOA ..rfI: ,., A t*
DR. BUCKMASTER that proposed new band stand li.. '"..allvp and pn -r..l Tonic.-A 1v Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. "o -" qi m < .
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placed on Broadway In front of th - -- ---- ---
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Rtnte Bank ; on same snm was rft
.rrod to .hiillrilnfr c mtntt* '"e t
r-ommunlcHtlon from :Mexican Pi .
troleum ("orporBtU 'n rtfT.nee I I""
KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPATH ,
advance in fuel nil, ref errt'd to cit! .y
..attorney with request that h. tak"
the matter up personally with th

com.1 I'"AV n)".Tn nKent."trnpH >n. chairman. of th

to e.mrt--r7 mnlci n c,.::essarv, ep.pII"i'':: and authz:ethern : : Goodyear Tires for Small Cars

Ipe elf the cenvtiry
STATE BANK BUILDING Notice I.t..yv. from the :Malonlt & \ ,
I.upfer ompan)'. notifying; the r4uc
ell of breach of bulk h.'"'' contfiSome '( I
Phone No. 1S2 \ was read and ordered Sled an' Economical
the clerk Instructed. to mall cony nf i. Are Popular Because
enurlneer. report to council In reference
I' to said Maloney & I-upfer cOn 0
motion by R. R. Floyd..rcondrtby .
J. \\'. Thompson the clerk wa Instructed I'4
i to notify Malonev & Lupfe. .
Co. that estimate No. 7 had been approved :


. $ F PIIRIIER! delivered bulkhead| and work to warrant them and upon same. their wetit'b hypo; ,. There" nothing but disappointment"In ... ,. :
GDBSOl'}
Installment th..II".lInwith. of the irovernment city clerk'bond th.lr. .: / : (>. ., : : I
a'
mounting to $.(000, a* per alrr.mentand ; ( , "In buying cheaply made tires that areannounced
:
now pact due. ,. i' : ,, : ,: ,; .
relntlvto t L '
Letter from city engineer ' e
SELLS estimate No.,.7 on bulkhead work. 3 as wonderful bargains at: ,; \
:
I read and ordered filed for future reference .... '
each and then fail :;
: few dollars
Upon communication of chairman M i a \.
f Fire Life, Accident and I wat r and light! committee action for -
m"rlv taken Irr regard to r.duclni. after brief terms of service -
PIlate tht U of Vnte . rye= ,
Health Glass Liability I :,'J'rft.h plant to rl.nl'ondf't; : month: o.rI .


and Boiler Insurance. I August was duly. ordered seconded wan. rescinded drawn and. carried for and full a on pry warr..nt motion :''':'';, &if\\ Get exceptional mileage at exceedingly \ t !,!,1"

motion It was *o orderedtha, . "
On
, Legal Bonds Executed ,suitable the annltary. place committee for washing arransre."nltarybUl'k A low cost in Goodyear Tires, of-the t. .

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Same Day Needed. There(" .. belnr no further meet bu.lnessthr In reiculii< 30x3-, 30x3V and 3Ix 4-inch sizes, 1 . 'f ,
to
council adjourned
. J
. adjourned session Monday,.. Sept 13J materials : rI'
R. OILBKRT, Clerk built of Goodyear-selected ; .: ; ,

;t OFFICE: State Balk Building Chamberlain'B Colib and Dlarrboea .: Y' MIIII II I Iand with' '''Goodyear skill and care. : t, II

Kennedy, in Michigan. __

1I1ra. A. H. Hall, Caseville, Mich, Due to their precise manufacture. ;' t "

lays, "I whh to thank YOU for )'ourIn'and : !M a .

Colic and good Diarrhoea medicine, Remedy.Chambeilain'W' .. I the world's, largest tire factory devoted ;.- \ . k

: are never without it in the house, "'
CITYMEATJARKET end 1 am sure it saved our tabjr1! to these, sizes, their quality is ; :, :

life this lummer" If t*
Mrs. Mary Carrington, Caseville, most economically produced and', ;* '
"_ :, ?
Chamber
have used :
"I
Uich, '
says : '
I Iain's Colic and Diarrhoea Rented] ;.:1 therefore most economically em... '::. (... I lployed.

for years and it hat always given me< . \1 u'I

''Fresh Meat and prompt relief."_\ \ .=;; .;., I"r. i .


VegetablesPhone to The do to man acquire who lame thinks and all wealth he need III, ':.G?" If you own a Ford, Chevrolet,. Dort, 1 ...1

to buy a lot of purebred cattle hoftc .
horses, or sheep, and then proree ;:p-;. if Maxwell or other car taking 'these.. .J.R
shift for themselves baa:, ; '
to let them
44 another thought coming: He will J ,II sizes, go to your nearest: .Service: :.. ," i "

.. I I And banker's his wealth not pleasing to the Station: for Qoo4year Tires: 'iidecj : r,
eye. ; ; ; i :J

We are proud of the contldel) 'doe farther and fare better. ; .
ton, druggists and the public have __ 'ioJ .' :'

1r in 666 Chill and Fever Tonic adr. ..,. I I .
ar' '
STOP THEIR SALE M :i ,

2lmrwrttA&tD _.We hope that..the Dealers in postcards 4' J, : r' :'".

will stop telling the' cards that & F ,
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show alligators ready to swallow ,. (
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HNS ONLY ... 4j 'i
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plcltninnies, snakes coiled to strike, ; '
AT YOURMAXWELL aocrs "
and! other scenes that might have .. 's
represented early> days in Florida, -.

HOUSECOFFEE but t do not longer represent; this the l .: 3Ox: 3Vi Goodyn.Double-Cur* Goodyear vy Tourist Tube cost no own than the pdc; .,' .'<

state or county or city. Some of __. _.. $2350 for of
dealers have street scenes oY Braden- Fabric, Ail-Weather Tread. you are asked to pay tube* less merit H-why risk conly

town that, show the city to be 8 30 x 3Vi Ooodyear'Slngle-Cure $ casings when such sure protection ia wallabUr $450 X00

small village. Patriotic pride should Fabric i.SlddTread. u_ 30 x 3V4 size iaw.derprwf "-.g..-._ _uu.I ..___...---:"-

prevent the dealers from Belling such s
atut!'. The board of' trade went 01 "

record last Friday night as urging
' all dealer to stop selling antiquated I
cards of the state also the alhgatoi "

and snaj{. kind previously mention.

t r ,_ MON.1r"LACK"_ >d. The Florida Development Boar I o ofr4
P t ..._.......W.... .. I le boosting campaign\ on this sub ... ,rf "'-
.erraca.
.._.le.th...__.=. =. fD4s'ea.e I lect with all boards of trade in the, ....

.tl..eaa. .5.maw itate. Manatee River Journal.RnbMyTiam f
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.teaY.Y..ewer 1..A a..:_...._.a. ear Ieptic-it Villa the poison caused from t
...._!**TODA". Pdt..7jZFe infected cats, cures old sores, tetter,,.

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., !1'rewt THE KISSlMMEEVAlLfrfCAZETTt> ; F1uDJ1!:t SEPTEMBER' 17, '192 '' -" ,

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THE REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN IN FLORIDA: thereof. FOR MISS ALICE .CILLISPE r .4
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11SS1MM UAt.'fl .*
ALLL t. .. ....
.That 'there are newspaper reader .
....... Notwithstanding) the little thought given' it' by' the .Demouat.a'()f the' Watcher In The TrHTop'A who' recognize an4 appreciate the II I Misses ;Graot' aDd 'Gussl.'',Win. ,'..

(ry....... C..ps.yi State of.Florida.', the power pf., that party is in jeopardy and .era the aun great, goodr work 'of the Florida gave a lovely party Wednesday: evening '
: aIreds. ., ,4,- ;.+.Lafi. rises over thisair state. of ours following, the election of November 2nd press,)is made manifest to )many of in honor' of their guest Miss '
'We' may find ourselves face to face with the fact; the Republicans have strong .man has; Men taken. those responsible' ,for their publication Alice Gilllspe of Birmingham, ,Ala). Ik1

.-....-.l..t.._........."'"' regained ,control"of,the political I'eb..o' ( the, "state? the first time. ,,ince The' most prominent figurexin" the ,:, letters from such readers coating Progressive card game provided ,' ; q
I '!,; 'N. 11"a the ,15th amendment. ... business' life- of Kissimmee will, be now and then into every worthy amusement for the evening ,and
t. .
There too democrats In the'midst office. They come to the refreshments of fruit punch andcakes' -
are many resting upon the tradition of the past seen no more. of hi" newspaper
..
,_Rates_ ..___..$!.00 power of the party, letting matters take care of themselves, in the belief years with much unfinished work to Times-Union from time to time, ) were served at its conclusion e'' ,
:! ._____,,..._,_*.. 1.09 that as it was 'in the past, so will it be in the future. Knowing this The do%>; ,when life was 'at its fullest,. and from men and women, whose written Their guests included: Misses Lois
I : Month......... .5(1( republicans are losing no time or effort to .* I i n. c"pt" from our in.A manner, never before attempted in Florida The campaign headquarters came like a lightning stroke and :done is the most cherished rewardfor ford. Carolyn Fripp, Jo Makinson '
", I ., must be in Orlando' Is a1>o'l1the busiest,-piaci imaginable, and' (in their efforts then Jn ..few,mpnths later the gentler those who toil unceasingly in Mary Tiller Grace Gilbert, Norma / r
.... they materially aided by the recent passage of the 19th amendment summons to another world.. It the field of j journalism. And, then, Griffin, iJIo'et Bullock, Noble :Mo-. '
will not bereturn.', d arc Reporter-Star does not make this statement with any derogatory takes a strong character. to enter when similar approbation .comet Lendon. Dorothy Wells, Alice' Steed, ,
,I 'bought of woman's suffrage: it has fought for the'. enfranchisement of business1 life I in a frontier town;wit) from the recognized leaders in the Alice Gillispe, Mary Singeltary, My- v'
( ......t Klimlm- the women of America consistently since<< the present management has con- all the distractions" and roughnes journalistic field It is filed away I in tilla Beals Mensn. Roy Brink .1., "
matter,) trolled the policy of this paper, but unless the ,white women of this state incident to the settling..up of a new 1 the archives of memory, and sometimes Northrup ,and Dr. Gwynn of Orlando , .1-
Ii ...." ...,. and > reproduced'as; here and cherished Wells Rosco Roberson *- ...
[ ,. show a disposition to perform the duty which the passage of the 10th country always stand firm fo ; Bent '" ...,
amendment imposed upon them they are putting themselves in a fair way temperance civic righteousness and as are the unforgotten words Frank Bryan, Gerald Rivers, 'Roy ,.,'
17, 1920 to be ruled politically by the negro element which the republicans are religion. It means much to liv and deeds of those we love.-Times- Graves Will' Mason: Tiller, Raymond I .

-. --- sending to the registration offices of the state by the hundreds of thousands. among the various cross-currents of Union. I Bearden Nelson IWaklnson Dr. '..
From Duval Hade, Hillsborough, and other countiea.come the life and Vise to political honor by Simpson, Sheldon Johnson, Walter
reports received
the votes of one's neighbors fb become Every day reports! are oC''j Bass Henry Singeltary, Leo H. WflU .
of the activities of the republicans. One only has to take a. peep in at the weevil. ,
FOR FLORIDA the registration office at the court house to tree what is being done(in Orange known as one of the leading campaigns Farmers interested against should corn consult son, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bryan and
county. Will the vote of the white republicans combined l with the vote laymen of a great denomination and with their Mr. and "Mrs. harry Dale.)
of the negro women and men be sufficient to win over the votes of the to hold the respect of one's fellow- county agents. I ....---
E. JONES Democratic men alone T, men for a third of a' century. All of For Rent-Furnished., Flat. W. B. Hay is being harvested in every.
N The census statistics. show Florida to be on* of the fastest growing these things he did. \YIedo not know' M'M'-ig' Kissimmee Valley Gazette section of the. state says reports i
: states in the Union, moat of this growth has come from the north. What why the clouds should gather .around office 85-tf from Pensacola to Miami. 1
percentage of this increased population is republican Some say eight him at sunset; we cannot understand r .. '
.. out'of every ten, others estimate the percentage lower. why' the' strands of his life work l'
'It has been but a few short years since Florida had a negro in one of should be broken and tangled at the
a every white wom the most important offices of the state; white girls and;! men were forced to last. Those who love him will wait
; to register and take their instructions from him. Key West had an assistant postmaster I until the coming time, when II
election. who was a negro under who were numerous white women and men. Do : "We'll catch the broken threads. .
we want those days back again again,
are showing an Unless the white Democratic women of the state do'their duty and register And finish what we have ; I'

election which and vote, they may, by their lack of action contribute to a condition Heaven will the mysteries explain, ) it . t
and are regis which will ,bring them regret for some time to come.-Reporter-Star. And then ah, then we'll understand i1 .: II
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The "Watcher feels a persona] loss !
minutes for In Don't forget the promissory note WILL YOU HELP SIGN-POST in the death of Mr. Carson. We (((4 '
jury to decide election tomorrow.One have known his goodness of heart; _
FLORIDA?
talkinc machine. and are persuaded that if each person -
of the sweet things the pub- The Florida State Automobile Association who has been .th* recipient of
lic loves to read about is the steady
has started their his kindness would contribute a
city are show decline in the price of eugar. sign-posting all the doubtful programof junction flower he would lie buried today under -

interest in regis- points on the roads of t)* state. a wilderness of bloom.
the general elec Talk about wanting the earth, two .
The of this work wJll
but for the bond women are now laying claim to all expense: run
into thousands of dollars, and the limited a constituency as they necessarily -
the land which Chicago built.
on is,. We CanSell.You
onjr source of revenue of this association have. They are one of the =
I is the annual dues of mem- greatest assets of that state' and ,
qualified voter 21 plus has become a favorite age
the bond election of wor ten who are registering: but bers.The really put to shame many enewspa-i ,
ever way the I the naughty met say they will program of the state association I pers in all parts of the country published I
it will be the will change all that at the earliest opportunity calls for metal signs on 4x4 in much larger communities.
not that of the ; will pass a law to make white posts. There will be signs at It I I.* a pity that these leading Florida A
: em state the figures. righ.t! angles on these posts and they daillies cannot be read in every
will give direction and distance to newspaper' office in this country in
main towns in all directions from order to show what brains and ener- q Jt
Chamber of Com- Lake Coliics is a sprightly little
determination to sheet which comes to our exchangeabta points where they are erected. All gy combined calL accomplish."
winter and aid for the first time this week.It really dangerous curves end crossings We are quite sure that, as the last Cheap "
will also' be correctly markedThere paragraph above quoted might indicate -
city and notwith- is 'issued by the Lake County
'' will be nothing hit or miss the Manufacturers Record has
which' have Chamber of Commerce, edited by v
Willis Powell secretary of that body. about this work and preparations i no other intention than, in what it
Eft'M I and is full of interesting statistics which will make for economy an-i I has said ,in praise of the press of Tireor
wholesale dealer and concise information regardingLake accuracy have been goingon" for Florida to include all the progressive _

i that the price of county. Powell is one -ef the of months the association.At at sign-posting. headquarters newspapers of the state, weekly
as well as daily
rock bottom prices livest I commercial secretaries in
likely good !' Florida and the Lake County Cham the present time the special It is, indeed, more r
i not to us who live'I I bar of Commerce is fortunate in having data collecting; Ford' truck is working of marvel to see the excellence: and ..
< back from northwest Florida and ,
self-evident character of the
by a milling I him' as its secretary even it it weekly ,
is in data for hundreds of
turning and semi-weekly of
._' .- does cost them five thousand plunksa newspapers
< _. theee duplex signs. It will cover all Florida all the when know
__ ",l1. I more we
year. __ "_ parts of the state. At Orlando a I the trials and tribulations that beset The
you Democrat, worm-driven truck Is being outfittedto { those who publish and edit them.
:! the administration'! Advices from Tallahassee given signs and the .
carry posts over i But. they do survive; they do continue -
but in the the that Florida is fac-
information route laid out by the data-collecting to improve; they are, with the -
since the over- nig an unprecedented shortage of pathfinder. The entire job when Florida daily newspapers, "one of Best
<:an party in teachers, in fact six counties are completed some time in the next the greatest assets" of this state.
; enjoyed every I needing 157 teachers according to four months will give to Florida the They are appreciated wherever they ... 4
made possi the reply of their superintendents to most permanent and attractive road jo and nowhere more than in their
Your great- the query of the Florida Educational! marking in any state and will be a home communities where forward- '
; is to fall in line I association. There can be but one tremendous advertisement for Flori looking people see in them the advance Tire
front to the which is '
; ; ene remedy for the situation da. i Prents: of progress and pros
fast assuming alarming'proportions, The executive committee of the .perity, the evangel of better lfe: anti
d'v- that of an adequate wage./ A storyis automobile association is figuring I living-constant leaders of what is I
the vote going the rounds of the newspapers hard these and
days on ways means (I best in thought and enterprise! in
in this state to of the professor who resigned increasing- the membership to their home communities. in the stat:
lble vote which iis position to accent that of janitorto such an extent that the expanse of and in the nation at laree. Call In Examine-and See I i
The Re- the school building. The., story the rn-postinir< can be taken care The work of the Florida press is .
tlfrough its may be fiction but the .fact remain of. They are calling on every come constantly and unswervingly for the Which You Wish .
organizations, that men and women can demand a in .
nunty to- help by sending memberships upbuilding of the-'several'communi I < ,. 1; .
.effort t. win Treater, 'wage in almost any other to' this non-profit organization ties and of the state as a whole. 1 ". "' .' ''f. ,, '
this year in :!ailing than that! of an educator and _or they will accept sub crptlons Their( efforts and their achievementsare \\r 1f' '<. ";'! '
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state. The negro In this day of II. C. L. who can blame '' to this fund. Annual dues in not always appreciated nor ',. "", ,, ,' : ', '. ', .; \ '

'asset of that par 'Jvm for entering more lucrative the association are $10, and entitle Out. just\the same, they rewarded goon Pratheir .' ;: fl: ; r. /' ::'J''
; ; and the prospect ,ccu1>ations. But what is to becomeof member to many direct and indirect mont __after month ,and year after Lupfer & ,
i ; vote through the the children and youth An ed- advantages.Send year laboring in every cause that ,
making the party ication is their inalienable right. applications for membership, they conscientiously. believe to be

active. or cash subscriptions to headquarters. -, ,good. that they believe to be just GarageS '
"With every kind of amusement ap- Orlando. end that will bring to all men the Y .
I we earing before the public in the FLORIDA STATE AUTOMOBILE" greatest measure of life's worthy J
1 ; if did find it newspapers .the church cannot afford ASSOCIATION. | achievements and the concomitants t
Felkel's column, '> ignore the power of the printed Executive Committee (Signed' ) _. --- .. I
I i and Uncle Henry vord." declares the Zolfo Springs JOHN 1M. CHENEY. NOTICE OF APPLICATION OF TAX '1
as much right to "'rutll. in the course of a lour" edi- I. W. PHILLIPS. DKED. G .

to print it, ao orlal on the matter of church ad- W E. MARTIN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That i
& soldiers on the 'erMslng. "We notice many churches BENJ. DREW. T>. A. Smith, purchaser of Tax Certificate -
One of them 'nd Sunday school advertising irt LEON B. FOR.THE No. 210. dated the 8rd day of 'J
June A. D. !PI 8. has filed Bald certificate :
: you know what many newspapers and believe that In my office and has made application -
: \ I gits home" 'hey get! results." The churches are FLORIDA PRESS: APPRECIATION. I for tax deed to issue In ac ".f
"what's ? yonall ,t'comin'f more and more reconciled cord.nc..Ith law. Said certificateembraces
," say Rastus vo the fact that in order to keep up situated the following In Oiceola describedproperty County.
me a white suit vith the times and accomplish the Florida to-wlt: J
hat, white shirt most in their sections they must apeal Various and numerous are the All Block 17, of Runnytneae The J.
CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY
tie. white shoes -> to the people in a popular way. swords reference of to appreciation the Florida spoken xess,with the said of issuance land being of said aaieaaed certificate at the In date thename 'c :
and dress ,
me up There Is no loss of dignity, nor any of Dlnaton H. Rat. Unless said
?'What foh'" asks suggestion of irxeverence; when the newspapers of the state that are ,so ertlflcate Shall be redeemed accord- -

F associate wid d* I Cervices of a church are announ d, ericarl remarkably in the forefront that leads of Am.the. |lag. on to Jaw the ,18th tax deed day of will September.issue thereon A. FOLLOW THE CROWD to the Cat Price Grocery sad Me what I
we did ober in ither in small or' Newspapers journalism, D. 1 SO.
large type. they are bariaf. Go thou and de likewise.
world. These words from
Rastus. Sam are always ready to assists, in. come (Circuit. Court Seal) .. !
r borne who wha ; 1. OVEHSTJIEBT
he people appreciate J. .
; tbe/i began spreading information regarding
he was' going to Church services but they are\bar Iv good work the newspapers/ bt'Floritda 40-Et. Clerk Circuit Court. CRISCONo. Corn Beef _?___.________. .30_ '
: the same list '4' be to 'donate thH ads are doing constantly for the goodof "NOTICE. 6 can _.:.___________.___11.85 Catsup bottle ____________ .13 J!
black-all! black. expected which is their chief the people of their respective No. Scan ____________.___ ..90 Best Early June Peas No. 2 -- k '.1
l ] all dem black vertlsing' space, communities and for the benefit and The City Council will meet OQ the No. Bfa" cn ____'__u______ .60 can _____ .22: .
demanded Rastus source of revenue. Displayadver- advancement of the state as a whole\ third Tuesday In Septemb.the Slat) Lard 'pound ___.__._____.. ..26Picnic' No. 2 can------ .18
I Sam, "l'i tising of has apparently results been for, productive From places far distant from Florida at T:10, that p. ,m.may to consider be presented any complaints byproperty Hama ______________ .27 Beet.1 Ion Alaga ___________ 1.60" .i
rwtae to be readyfor to to satisfactory many come "also words of praise from owners regarding their tax. All kinds Soap,"bar_.-(____ .09 H Gallon Alaga -------?. ..75m ,
,, jJl'sTuneral.7( go Commercial' you- Migious 'institutions. and, no" doubt men anj journals Qualified to judgeof assessment for 110. 12 bars .__.____AT____ 1.65 Ib can _._______.___.I .23 .. I
\ ..... the .custom will become general', inrtime. the merit of the purveyors of 4-.t- ;J. R GILBERT City, Clerk. Washing! Powder 11 pkgs.. .60 Karo 1% ft cans _._____... .19.r ,
.... --- -Times-Union.. > news, the mouldersof, public sentf- Tomatoes, No. 2, 15e 2 for .25. Veal Loaf ____-_*____.:____ 122 ..
-a- -,- ment. FrtJm .none has come more Nestle's Everyday MiSk, v Vienna Sausage _________-? .10 -

t ., worthy or more emphatic commendation 8 cans ____________._____ .20 Pot Meat DC, 6 cans----.25.. r
,; r") ' ', of the Florida press than the Grits 6 pounds ___.__u____ .25 Corn. __..,.:...__..18, i12:: and .:.25 t' '
l following which appeared in a recent Meal-5 pounds ______,____ .26 Pork and 2 cans.: .4. (.25>*r, 7 ._ '
l.W.HITE SHOE issue of ,the Manufacturers Record .. The Macaroni A Spaghetti 2 for .15 Navy Beans, s'2alb._____-_.. 25'Cabbage -
n: SALE 6f Baltimore, a journal of wide and Lemons, docen __.-_.,,-- _. JO! Ib __._.__........:.._;_,, ..06.:
l" commanding influence! which says: No. 10 Snowdrift, .,..____. 2.00 Peas, B. Eyed, 2 -lbs_-, .. ,,.26 /'
.' ,11 fll'1 i i'w ''Comp armg Florida papers jarfth No. 4 Snowdrift :..____u__ 1.00 Arbnckles Coffee, It......;I .40
.. 119 Pain of those of any Bother part of the Uhib- No. 2 Snowdrift ___________ .60 Gold Blend Coffee ii_ .sO'
: White
Shoe.
;, to Close Out .tIl
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Pure Lard pound '__... .27 Wllite' House Coffee.L '
'' : ," ed Statesjt is unquestionably true ---- .. :&5
a 'J y that Florida 'papers i: bated on ton OsceolaHotel Coal Oil gallon ._. ________ .25 Senate Coffee .,. ,
;:lk o -. ', \ 1-3 Off and city! population lead the country -' White Tabl..Feaches' 4 fts___, 1.00 Maxwell HouseCoRea .-.t.--.511 -
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.' W. know of no papers in the Fine .-______- .40 Gold .._... Ov." ,_.,
#' Unit"Statel published fa cities of Pineapple, can .____.._.... .40 .1 .
'n "T\; '
Blackberries, heavy syrup/an: .40 FEEDS : ;
:i. equal population which are in the k "' ,
-1- 'I' : : ...-.... L same class a. the leading papers of Gold Medal Flour 24-Its.__ 2.05 Oats, 100-lbs _-___,.-----i;: S.60 .
tf. ,...: \ : / .....o Florida. Most of them cover the Self Rising Flour 24-lbs.__ 2.00 Corn,. 100 Ibs ____._....___. 4.28 .
\; ., world's news more completely even Self Rising Flour 12-ltis.__ 1.05Eagle Shorts, 100-lbs __--?__._ 8.90
Good Style and Good than Baltimore dailies which have a Brand Milk _________ ..29L'bby's'Brand Sweet Feed, 100-lbp ....___ 3.66
J ti constituency of a larger population Milk _______ .19 Cotton Seed Meal _...._.._ 8.40 "
\< \ ,,{. v Sizes While They Last than the whole state of Florida. In TUESDAY Potatoes15Ibs ____--___ .70 Chicken Feed best ________ 4.40
.w ''I/ ,' (editorial ability they match and in OPENS SEPT. 7nader I .

,. .. ,..,. ; ( many cases surpass the great dailies And. ia fact everything i Ia our store will be fer sale. These
of the big cities of the country;" .ew ....ftI'IIe.t. Thor- price are.. .

1 :' This is, .indeed high: praise for thenewspapers oafUy ree.vate4 with coal orta- r strictly cask \ "
of Florida a'nd
coming
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\ from the eminent source that it does ble airy rooau aid. home Cl o1 ar. :
f ,. Values $3.50 to $12.00 This Saler' it carries than :
more ordinary weight. :-
F r But it Is not all ,that the editor of A first-das family hotel CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY :
.-3 Off
;k the Manufacturers Record has to say MODERATE RATES. ; ,
,, ** with refgrence'to the Florida press. *
*'x To what is above quoted tbe Record MRS. 1.M.SMITUProprietress. PHONE 141 422 BROADWAY ;. ,- :
Fred S. (Gilbert e adds:
Out of Town "
Orders Given Prompt Attention. -'- *
"For years we have marveled at II .1
the ability of these Florida papers 38-4t I QUICK SALES AND SMALL PRQFITS '. .- .... ',*"*.

to maintain such a standard with so .Js Lfcr,

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. .. . . . .... .. . ... . . Furnished Flat For, 'Beast. ''W; 'BHarris. klSSIMMEE. 'YOUNG' .PEOPLE".. .QFF I COUNTY! COURT ; . .' : 4
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VeatherRep+ort'I j I Miss Mamie Tiller, returned. home '. TO:: SCHOOL County, court convened Monday fA 11.. . I'. .,
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this she ithe; school morning with aninusually: largt j"
week,from.New York, where' The ring of bell la the docket of cases. After the1 sounding .. ,
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hay been .visiting' her niece .for the for. exodus the p ,
'.' "' . .' .. signal the of young of, the docket'\Attorney Pat Johnston :

I I'' | .temperature. Official Bulletin and precipitations of dally. .past'6.>W several'.1'Be.t'weeks.Is taking, his summer' people home school who havegraduated and 'are seeking from higher the requested was, interested that wall be cases continued'ia which for the he < '' ..., ...- .&....lIh.'... ,..tf1' hI,.. ,;

< .furnished by the Kissimmee vacation from his duties in. the post education, those )llfho'are leaving the term, as he desired to attend the 'f'"-' :1.1000''J'.>' t.L fl,.:" .1"'.' t''j'V' r'f.q I I' t s

'. Co-operative ILS.. Weather office and I.. visiting his >son., Ira school are taking up special courses State Llve.tock.meeting 'in Gains- .,. . ." "1 ."e .j ",. .< \_ '
| ,' Bureau Station, for the, week. Best in Miami. Mrs, Best. is withIn elsewhere, and for those who enter vilhu County Prosecuting Attorney 't;'#" I
ending Sept. 9, 1920: him.. academies or prep departments. Kis Milton Pledger opposed the continuant ;
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simmer is not lacking in this ele- . td I
1 ', Observation taken by Secretary a list of notaries public recently ment of It., population and; the num- finally but overruled alter some argument, was' .I .tJ'. J.'rL I : .. f' ,--"' .. .....,.i:!\" 'i! 1I 1\\' .
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commissioned .
the '
by governor ap ber leaving this fall,will exceed that J '
Later received -
< > Chamber of Commerce J ; . Attorney 'Pledger \
, __ the of Misses Kathleen '
pear names
h" of. previousyears.Among : ---lli-
'. V. 7 telegram calling him to the bad ,. ' :
Rain Be.rden.and.VioJet.E.-B1
lock of ,
Max.
Mln. will
,
> \, the young ladies 'who aide of his f WRl'.serlou.1) ,
' 'EPJSON .
Friday '....._._ 03 72 .:.f' Kissimmee. enter the State, College for Womenat ill, and court adjourned Wednesday, h1 "
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. ; Snrcrday. ._..... itf 71: LlO ia Misses : "
Stanford's line ,of Shoes noW Tallahassee are: Margaretand little business been" / '
having ac
" ' !"'ssdsy; __:: .__ tf! 71Monday ; :) : ; complete. Call on Ua, for anyrbiag Mattie Stanford, Mary Tiller. very complished.One ,, ... !s I: . I.rlai I.. "

':I ; ;, _r,.. PS ".3 ?.<*' , in the Shoe line. We will\ save .yon Mary Singeltary. Carolyn Fripp,, case was tried, a named Jj.
negro ; :
,. Tuesday!! _______ Fi 1t.15! money and fit your feet. Irene Reed and Gussie Winn. Walter Homer, for selling liquor. PAsonograpliCentral ivith a.Soal". HI \ ,

1' '"Wednssiuy: !! _.__ OJ 72 County. Agent Leo 'H. Wilson .returned Messrs. Will Mason Tiller Berton He was convicted and sentenced to; <<' ',,.'.. ., J ",,\
"> ._.__, 74
ur 6ay C5
1 Sunday from Gainesville Ames, Bryan Simpson C. H. Summers jail for six months '
where he attended the annual county Henry Singeltary, Henry Edi The following pleaded guilty and :, : :
agents conference which was in session wards, Tony and Charlie Rogero are were sentenced to pay a fine of $1.00 Drugstore ;

:,:iere for the past week. Mr. the Kissimmee boys who are enroll-. and costs: r 41 .
r' i{ Wilson stated that every se..ion.as big at University of Florida. Walter Horner, O. O. Flirter W. . "
[ITEMS A WEEK )I both Intere.tlngand instructive and Carlyle Bronson is beginning. M. Coble M. C. Sharpe, David Law. .. :: 41 PHONES 'Rig j/'l' I :'; : ;

that thirty-four' counties were rep- senior year in the commercial department H. G. Meeks. A. C. Marshall, S. C. .Day < ,,, . ........ .
resented. Oft the state of the Georgia Military Hogue. .' '
Wednesday -
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Peter says: "Shoe Repairing the] demonstration agents came over from Academy Atlanta, and John Lee-and James Thomas, who was charged \,' ,. ,.. .'j '* ; i .,1 > . ;. .,,1- I. .> ".'A, J -;;" t of i <<:
Peter. Tallahassee where. in Dick Makinson are pupils of G. M. A. with did not \. " j
Way Pays. 38-St they were se.- ,pettit larceny appear j
Miss Avis Stenstrum of Sanford,is lion, and the remaining day. of the Bert Wells William Arnold and in court and his bond was forfeited.Charley I I J ...,, .?, in., .' .' '" ' ., .. J .....' :.f,/\ ..".,/,}\::! t.t r . '
Ned Bullock, will again the 'f ,
a guestat the home of Mr. and Mrs. meeting were devoted to Joint,. session enter Hicks pleaded guilty to '
H. 'N. ,Bratton.: '. of state workers. Georgia School'of Technology, at being drunk and was sentenced to :I ,.i' ," !i.1) j.. '(. t1. f".t (;_:
Thousands in the Atlanta. one month in jail. .
D?. ,W L.. Winn'a offices are now world today are Edgar Bryan"'left last week for the I -
located upstairs, over the post office running away from life to escape University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, All that has ever made for'Ihimanwelfare ,I'i 1' I
; l sstfE. mental emotion or pan _They are Ohio. has come out ,of the mind. ...t:. '. i) ve 11'1' a hY"s I?.

.' D. Hogafi of Longhman, spent seeking it by the road of amusement" f* Irlo Bronson entered his second Every forward step .and in every \ : : w
II l lest ( : greeting his Kissimmee distraction, travel and change the Locust Grove solved the mind made and .. ,
Monday! many seek year at Military problem 1..1V. -/..: .
scene.i They not new wisdom -.t .:
friends. "* held the gain. To properly train the ,+
Academy. I'
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to wound strength to ( *\\ "
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cure a nor t . ,
mind of the
this generation--
Mrs., H. T. Radford. of Atlanta, bear Miss Lucy Lupfer returned present ., .
It, but merely to
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some way to St. Raleigh the greatest thing we can Co for .
Ga, -has arrived fo'vi.lt with her deaden the pain. These are in quest year Mary's Academy, 11.1
S. C. Says Colton:
pareats Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elam.Charles .
not of but of oblivion -
arrived peace temporary Miss Dot Makinson entered Anderson EverybedyWfce: b AQi oii'Advertises TV* "WifliY:: .r =:;
Elam Friday from -not self conquest but self- at N. C. I don't forget to register! ; ,
Atlanta Ga.. to join Mrs. Elam,, forgetfulness. They are taking emotional College Anderson. La.diel. ,
Louise is .
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Ada again I
MIM Simpson
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who has been Rlssimmee for some I cocaine which like all power- 1 l
time.Stanford'. a student at the Mary Baldwin Academy ; "
I ful drugs ha. a dangerous reaction.
Virginia.Gordon .. .,.
-William in Christian 1.:1)
George Jordan : 4t
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line, of Shoes is now Buttorff is a student this
complete Call onUs for anything i I Evangelist. year at the University of Indiana
in the Shod line* We will'' save V ou The many friends of Dr."and MrsOlirr entering his senior year. :
money an4 fit'your feet.Miss D. Sibert! In this city w'11 b- Miss Mamie Pilley is taking a REFRIGERATORS
pleased to learn that the stork left .
Albina Smith has returned pedal course in St. Mary's Cellege -(
from the annual meeting: of state them a fine boy at their home in "Raleigh, N. C.FLORIDA 1
workers at Tallahassee and Gaines Griffith Ga., where tbey are now 'beautii J. P
ville and reports splendid meetings making their home. on Wednesday of STATE FAIR AND Shipment of "Yictery" Refrigerators: .received. this week. neT.>arj .

throughout both sessions.J last week. 'Mrs. Sibert and the fine EXPOSITION ful foldea oak finish,.raised panels, triple .wall-):. Jiickel.. piste trimnsJai :
little boy are reported to be getting '
K. Hilliard and Mrs. Myrtle -'f
K along splendidly but Grandpa Sibert latenor whitee.ameL'Air J tifht automatic drl.
Lightney motored to Orlando Monday Jacksonville Sept 16.-The giant .and doon Uck with key. .
for a visit to Mrs Hilliard, who says he will never be quite himself live show' will be of therownmsr .' GalvaaLted Irdi*:lee rick adjustable I" .
is spending a few weeks at the Florida until he has the pleasure of holding stock one caps, swinging base boards. WOTWS, t : i'';
features of the Florida
his first and only grandchild in his' *- ..' "**VIce
Sanitarium near that city. State Fair & Exposition here November I -, ,
arms,. and his friends Expect him to : sliding fbdyes.,
Stanford's line of Shoes is now have important business up Georgiaway 18 *o 27. The exhibitionthis !. A .'
complete Call on us for anything! most time now.-Perry year will easily eclipse anything '
in the Shoe line. We will save you Herald. any of its character ever staged in the Cream Freezers : ;
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money and fit your feet. Southeast. ; 4W i
Captain Frank Vans Agnew and j i
Miss Alice Gillispe, of Birming- Manv neighboring states will send
Lawrence Carr arrived Kissimmee
h Misaes..m. AH Grace is and the attractive Gusaie Wlnn.guest She of this morning from Coronado in Beach. .cattle prfxes here and to compete BDCCiM awards for the offered valuable -- I j "Snow Ball" steel frame free&erf. Pails made of Virginia white;cedar" ........ ','
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and in Kiffslmmre.
are spending today -
will]) remain here till: next week then' They are leaving this after- by the premium list. I -' Electric welded falvaaiaed wire hoops, triple ttotioa, ;paddles causes th } .
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go to Tallahassee to enter the State noon for the Florida Pine Land Co's. The state fair grounds, which are uI i' f *
College for Women. camps fleas Lake Wales wh.>re t";v under the control and supervision. 'Of,i cream to freeze quickly. Three sixes, 2, 3 4 qaAtt? L '
Stanford's line of Shoes is officials of the United States bureau :
nosy will I learn the turpentine and lumber
completeCall on us for anvth'ng! business to goinr to of animal husbandry, and the Flor-
preparatory
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in the Shoe line. We will save you British Honduras, where they have 'da state livestock sanitary board W. B. MAKINSON: COMPANYtaH .
vave been declared tick
'officially jl
and fit feet. with large vnrt "iite *'
money your engaged !!: o
M.TB. M. C. Bandy and daughter, New York capitalists to assist in opening free.danger! Consequently either through there cattle is no, feed tick, "HARDWARE: THAT WILL STAND i J Jsees <1Jf
the and lumber *
Mrs W. Hip-don; are gone for a up turpentine
month's visit with relatives in Mobile business of that country., Honduras 'orage No cattle, or bedding infested; with exposed .
will 's said to be immensely! rich in or \
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and Birmingham, Ala. They pine '
o ticVs will- oermitted to exhibit, .
also spend some time in'Jacksonville timber and the field is a v rghi: one .t.
the All cMtla
or enter gro-inds. e -
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his *
before returning home. '. indo 00v neve eforerOlRving) the enclosure under the
been there. ermg pass
G. R. Dayson and family returned exploited. --- >, Titica) eyes of federal and state of-
home last week from a week's out RALPH TURNER MARRIED ficials. ,- .' "'
in...-. which they spent camping near .. This p""caution gives.. the cattle 1'I ,
Palm Sorin .B. in Oranc-c county A marriage of much: interest to how n high standing among cattle I
Thev had a delightful: time finh'nc friends of the (contracting{ parties breeders "nd exhibitors, who will NOTICE '
and bathing in the clear water lakesof occurred in Quitman \last Saturdav 'ake advrntage' of the opportunity to ,

that section.Mr. "ftemoon, at 6 o'clock a Valdosta brin: thrir stock here with the assurance ,. :"if.of.' '-'

and Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Misses -ouple being the leading; actors ir : that they run absolutely no ; ..' . ". ."k. ,'
he danger of tick infection iJI "
Violet and Dorothy and Bob Bullock. romance. '
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motored to Coronado Beach S"ndav The bride' was Miss Odessa' Spinks. The livestock ehibltionbas grown ,?All persons having claims against Uhe t State Bank of Kissimmee will be" required to execute. the following ,- I t
for the day. 'Mrs. Bullock will .remain who has been the N'elvlnir.'Jerk a* '' .o rr'I.I'v'during, the past several of' their I
at the beach for a ,week or two. the Western Union Tele a".i n ee6\"" years that the fair association has . form before their'claims art\recognized: and Receivers Certificates. showing, ,the amount .,

She will be the! guest of-Mr, and and who ,in very pooular with a large had t-; actically double its capacity claim are issued:' >&f"'>" '' ', ,i .l ,, )V v !f* I I
circle friend. The"proem M" st'- ell and .\ 'I, .
Mrs. W. J. S. Carr. of ; 0 w the cattle swine offered : '

For SaIe-=-Ponies, Saddle Horses Ralph.. Turner who. holds a re-t>onih' for exhibition, .J : V '

''. and mer.mares foreman., $50 New up. Eden See W.Plantation E. Par- pan- v. position jvith Armour &: Com-.. I TEN NEGRO--WOMEN- REGISTERTO t - State Bank of Kissimmee, Kissimmee, Florida; J:

near Narcoossee Fla. or A. E The couple decided upon a nui EVERY WHtfE'IN ORLANDOIf "
Thomas Kisstmmee.! Fla. 35-tf 'vedding ro they went.over to Quit PROOF {.. ''
OF CLAIM
accowinnni'd bv Mr. and Mrs $
Councilman Geo. W. Fox and wife "ian he white women of Orange
A. M. Strickland, who -witnessed the ount" are backward'in having their '

visit returned at their Sunday former from home''a delightful in Knoxville -..refony. which Tess performed bv name placed upon the registrationbooks ; TATE OF___________________*.J _____ No.--------.-jut"COONTY 1

Mr. Fox states that Rev M. Anderson The young couple nothing of this nature ia effect : OFPersonally__ __ ____ :; \
Tenn. and Hid! not take any of their oth"fricnds in" the negro women who for the ; u_ __ ____ .=.______ ,;.

crops. is looking prosperous.fine there Neverthe everything into their confidence and past veal days have filled the resr- appeared before nlep the undersigned a. ____________________-;-..___. _____- _-,_....--X': >. I ''."-..

less he says he is glad to. be in Kia until nothing the was party known returned of the to the wedding c;tvx istration'office to overflowing.! Attimes in and for the County and Slat___;...jJ.-_------- -------------.-----------'----...-----...-.--...-:'1| ';' "r",, .,
there were more than thirty
slmmee again. returned Mr and Mrs. Turner are at home tegro wnmen standing in line to rag who being duly Iwrn. says that the $tate Bank of Kissimmee. Kissimmee Florida,, is justly indebted.::1 1 :
Miss Mattie Bandy home with Mr. and Mrs. Strickland at 215
ister. The number of male
Friday,,from an enloyable trip ejc-, where they r..- negro to s2r, ,: xaf.
Webster t street are "regist'en: in the past few days has .
tending ovezt six I tweek*' time. 1\lu oelvlng congratulations and 'good ... :.. ..; LIT. Dollars, and:!?, _
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- not ben as great as that of the women -- --------------------------. --. ----- ------ --- ---------------- .,. ; I
went hereto ths Rocky ', .
Brook Bandy Bible from conference.; New York wishes-"Valdosta Times. but it also' has, been heavy.In ________________________,___ Cents. upon the the. following lall1l.,. to-witit { ; v's .. x ,-.4I" :
going over the books today it "' { "I' '
, At the close of the conference she PORCH PARTY"Mrs. was aeen that for every white woman I Balance 1 due on open' account subject to check_____ _i.______-,._----.\_._._____.-.:__.___$_._-_--__-- \ ,; *b-
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visited the markets of New York city J t .
and Philadelphia to purchase fall J. D. Woodbeck gave a pleasant who has registered' : in Orange county Savings Account No. ---------wJ..}. --------.----__-.-....__J.Tl.T! .-'Lj'-:_l--S..-....-. tK' )JJ
mince the enfranchisement theoassag. ,
and winter for her hat shop porch party Mndav afternoon by Certificate of Kissimmee $ ,,__ "
.. good. of the nineteenth amend Deposit No_______ issued by State Bank -- ------------ /,.J 'u

slater Mr., and Miss Mrs.Patterson John Downing arrived, and in entertaining bridge.Mrs.. two tables. 'of players: at ment there has been. ten colored wo- Certificate of Deposit No.--.t.'t: ] by State Bank of Kissimmee' .......---..-_._$,__.-_.- r -1' :

Leesburg from KIsslmmee Welnes- prize H. beautiful C. Plano received hand decorated the club men It is said !Sunday! most every Ji negro 'Interest on Certificate of Deposit Np.L___.issued _by State Bank of Kissiirnnee _.'':._.$.._..... .. '

day and for the present are 'stopping vase and a Mrs W..H. Boice the guest preacher without; exception preached Cashiers Check issued by State Banl of KiIl nunet..Afied" .._______-_______vV_____..*_.._$--..,---r H i ,; :
ft the Magnolia. Mr. Downing is to diner hand decorated salt upon the1 subject ,of j registering:, the "' L of'KGssimmee'm- -4----1ZZ, ...' 'jf'
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be of the board of trade a ,....-,. ec& of State Bank ; ;r.-_. $4
secretary matter hats also been taken'up in the ------------ -
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the coming season and la a son of n Mrs pepper Woodbeck refreshed. herfCUa.t"J coloredlodges, it la said and every Unpaid Draft N&__ issued r by "State' -:'$ k"WTGssiirunee.ri: ..-jT-Vrr\ *;; f'.a is'*'*' "*. J

citizen Dr.; :1: ; C.of C.Leesburg Downing and for is years rememWrecf a- with a delicious salad course, effort'! possible. is being brought tobear Unpaid: Draft N :::::: ' : : :: : :: : :" ; : .
with sandwiches and seed tea. on the negro element by the Republican . "' .. .
by many of our, citicens .sboy. a served Those present, 'ncladed- Mrs. W. party to put themselves in Protest t.- onUnremitted .,........ ft N 0.------+ ;\4---- --.a--J--::... 'RI1ail; '""".... ,..r: :3!_t..,.;;II.-. .'.......' -f.,._.... ? *...
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position for casting their ballot in ,. jo .t 1'1 . '
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H.Mrs Boice.J. S. Cade Miss and Frances the members Bay and of the November election CollectionAll ._ _h!_';' :'''!,; _-...:.;:-_..:&... 1t.-:" :_.. _:...--J.L.l: : wa :

the, 'club, Miss Edna Scbweikart If the white women of the county ,j '''; .1!4j I :t 1.P At---.. ,' I Rl :-,
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continue to keep their\names off the 1 :
. Mm.and MVa.Roy George SJarbird.Gardner.Mrs. H. C. Piano -egistration book. the negro votes of which.u due.and payable.to, ._ .,. ---:---: ..,. .:..... :;.a.v.r: t + r ,,11alone.

in this county will more than hold .. ... ade-gite4 acT enidonement orsassignments L;the usmt"orany9" ,
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AND MRS. R. E. HOLCOMB blED he balance of power in Orange < + \ :. ,
county. Reporter-Star. part thereof and..further say that _._____ knows of no'set-off or other legal or equitable defense ' : "
WEDNESDAYThe ', ;, " "'11 a ": ,
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of said claim thereof : .
LHflGH or part
TIRES ,
PRESBYTERIAN, CHURCH ", ,
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many Kissimmee friends. of t Name __-_______._______________________,----_----------.- ;Hl i t j'
Mrs. R, E. Holcomb will l be saddened : L '*' 7 .
_ GUARANTEED 5000 MILES to learn that she passed away at \ Sunday REV.School W. ; -10:00 DRESC a. m I.. Residencea__________*___________ ____.____..,.___.._ + .!

.. PRICE her home 'Wednesday and -will! be Morning worship, 11:00' m. Sermon Sworn\to and subscribed befortTne: this----- _____-;.__day of..- ;'!L .Ji.: =..,.::,-. A.: ..D. ,192.:. \ f', r
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v buried Saturday.She by the pastor, subject "JehovahOur si
Witness my hand and seal ;. . ., . II
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Ribbed 10.SO operated on for appendicitis "
30x3 __ Lehigh _? was Keloer. \ .
Ribbed Lehigh 14.M: at a hospital. in Orlando recent- Christian Endeavor meeting at _-... .. t" .... .. .
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30x3 -._ Diamond ___...$11.90 J1.' Mrs, Holcomb was in,, her forty- 6:30 Evening p. m. service Topic: : "Good'at 7:30 Work.subject" (To be SWOYD. to before a Notary Public or Justice of. the Peace).. .. ,t, :, ,. j" .

3Ox3%.____ Non, lud.A____ 11M eighth year. She leaved two small '"The Old Fashioned Religion." __ ,..

3231/2- __ Non-Skid! 19M ions and two sons by a former mar- Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 '

3b4 .: ,..,- Non-Skid _____ 2J.32x4 .' riage.living In Her Pennsylavnia.mother and a sister' .are' p. m... Choir. practice, Thursday 7:30p.m. Parties so proving their claims are required to surrender all evidence of the: Banks indebtedness: "...,'t?

. 1: ____ Non-Skid ___*.. 24JO33x4 Rev. .W. U. Coleman will conduct v 't6>> them such as bank books. Certificates of Deposit. Cashiers checks Certified' checks and unpaid ,.

; No skid _____ 2690 the funeral/services which will be CAMPING PARTY tfo
____ :drafts. The Receiver will issue receipts 'for same. All persons are requested to prove up their
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held the noose at
:34x4" Non-Skid ____ .31.10 ,at tomorrow Mrs.; If. N. Brattbti chaperoned a claim* as soon as possible. Parties, living out of town or who are unable to come to the,Bank ih ,

'3 *"!.1---- Nonskid ...._, J.UO i ?. NOTICE TOf HUNTERS party,of young ladies. on a three day person should communicate with the Receiver by letter and the above form will be mailed'to them \ ?
Lake last week
at Con..a
Non-Skid JS.M camp ,
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.. Notice is he--'; given that the where they occupied a. cottage on the promptly. S. H. BULLOCK. Recevier, : '
36x4!%_ Non-Skid 1 ___ 36.90 pastures of the Southern Cattle lake shore. : '.. i Banks. J''
ttanch. In!!., in 'Okeecbobee County In the party 'were Misses Cecilia State .

Florida, h.vebeen pasted. No Over treet, Hattie Ebvr Elon Guice. 40-4t.
LESTER E. ALFORD hunting or trespassing will be-al and her guest. Ethel Stanford Nln.Bratton ...
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, I lowed) and offenders will be prose- And her guest, Avis. Stenstrum. .
Tire Mi ValcaBJriar Werk (' -uted t., the full extentof the/claw ; of Sanford. .",* ** -U ,.. .. 1 91.y4,
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- - EXCHANGE;' HAS.INLCREASED . e / ,


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through the North, dc-vo'ed to effort I <
for increased efficiency' in the sales <
I- department of the Florida Citrus;
Exchange 1>r. J. II. Ross, the presi- '" It
f CEREAL dent of that; association stopped off ,
I here a few hours vestcrdny routeto ll. u''il'ri' !slut+ r i ''i \ ,",, .
his home in Winter Haven. '
On portions of his journey Dr. ,; I It
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,instead of cofFee during I .. Ross was accompanied. by C. E- I i.
and ;' _
Stewart, jr., business manager, I ll B'-t

the past: year are sure to be' I George of A.the Scott exchange.general Mr.sale Stewart manager _t j li 411 ,d L

ahead in and are Quite will return to Florida in a few (Jay 'V
purse: while ,Mr. Scott will remain' in the ''i'' lIti I
I 'apt to be)ahead in health I North for several weeks, enfPall'edfurthet' ; I,,1 0 A f r II
in perfecting plans for the III I (
coming marketing season on citrus /1 ulli } I < I
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-Fair price uniformly fruits.
Halfe\! and hearty, despite his ad- a ai
pleasing flavor and general vanced years, Dr. Ross appears to i IIII I :I 1 4u'' INoY. j
e have gained vigor; on his trip, notwithstanding I rl' yJ )1
table satisfaction keep inconveniences to whichhe
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Postum in first place with considerable was subjected.enthusiasm He spoke as to with the II

loyalty and energy of the representatives t tI91 "j
a family."There's of the Florida Citrus Exchange \ \
f (many > in the leading Northern mar %!}

kets pnd explained that arrangements -
+ have been completed for a .
material l extension. in the territory! .. r
,, a Rtason".J' covered by the sales department of .' t\
the organ'i-xtion. Dr. Ross also expressed Back
CartridgesU.
Money
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himself as greatly pleased -
MacU ---L. 10 i! with the evidences found by him of
ay the success of the endeavors among

PosbunCerealCDmpanyInc. housewives for Sealdsweet grape- S. Cartridges are sold with the broadest &WU'I :
uvea.os. fruit and I
Battle Creek Mich. oranges.Florida Fruits. antee ever made on ammunition. It,, is simply this: We make nactl"I

"In many markets where previous- if you don't like them, get your money back. the same guarantee
lvCalifornia had the best of
- things ascertained oranges that now Florida Every dealer who carries U.S. Cartridges is authorized with "

\ fruit is more in demand," Dr. Ross to refund, on demaru!, the price of the whole
said. "The lending wholesale dealer SHELLS
BLACK I
are free to admit that almost entireIv box to anyone who doesn't like them, and returns _...__ I
thin changed condition is due to the unused part of the box. .
the advertising and demonstrationsby I S They hare reached .
2aS4y& the Florida Citrus Exchange! of .
the greater juice content and general "A'UITRIDGES'UCh.hic..ut.Of'
superiority of Sealdsweet oranges I (@
At the same time, our educational I proofing, In peed, in
campaign on grapefruit has been I For *11 makes of ft,.....-, p.ncllnuniformit A.
'digging in' with the housewives of i -hat w. can gu usnt .
the country and their response to its There is no 22 Long Rifle cartridge at accurate at distance *. bra ...Ithoutlimit.
appeal was indicated by the enro- from SO to 250 yards es U,S. 22 N. R. A. Long Rifle Lesmok .
You
mous _quantities consumed last sea, Cartridge This is 50 more yards of accuracy than ha can f t your pet .
load for kind of
r son. The grapefruit habit has been hitherto been possible with 22 rim-fire ammunition. way .
formed by one or more members of hooting i i. smokeleteor .
hundreds of thousands of families in Solid bullet for target work. Hollow-point bullet for small black powder, in

the past two or three years and every game. Cost no more. The Black Shell. .nd .
Don't Wait Another Year convert, : to these healthful fruits
beck if :
means a missionary in their behalf," UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY N.w 7 a.k.MmmmetmnnCOOM your money
you went It. '
continued.Full
he in and g.t a copy ol The U. S. G.fn. Law Book -FREE, I

"The growers Market who Value.sell their fruit
; Before You Join the co-operatively through the Florida OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.. Kiuimmee Fla W. B. MAKINSON CO., Kia.u-ee. Roe.S .

Citrus Exchange will continue to receive F. Tram Co. Cocoa, Fla. J. S.Stone Melboarae Fla.
for their crops the full market
value of their .product and to this W. A. Brown Cocoa Fla. H. M. SaDie Sebastian. Fla.

Florida Citrus Exchange end our sales organization[ have and been advertising A. E. Mathe" &: Co. Ian GaDie, Fla. Gal Thomas Sharps. Fla.

strengthened campaigns and enlarged for the Claa.. E. Sands Fort Pierce Fl. J. E. W. McCulIerl Vero Fla.

coming season, that there may be Gifford Tradiat Co. Gifford' Fla. L. D. COK, Vero Fla. J
handled 'h the best advantage a
\ Each season the Florida Citrus Exchange does largely increased'volume| of fruit Indian River Naval Stores Malabar, Fla. W. M. Stewart Vero Fla. t,

more for the profit of its members. While I doubt if the total output of Tewy' Cash &: Carry Store Melbotune. Fla. A. J. Byrd Vero Fla. .
Florida will be as great as it was
d I last var. owing to the shortage onrrapefruit 1
The service of the Exchange returns growers there is every indication .
i for fruit afid' them __u __
better prices saves money on that the Florida Citrus Exchangewill : -
grove and packing house supplies. % move bigger quantities. The factIs Rub-My-Tlsm is a great pain killer. During July just past exports of I A lazy no-account feeling with
I ample evidence that growers are [t relieves pain and soreness caused condensed milk amounted to 20,845- yawning and sleepiness in the daytime '
Present non-members 'who wish to begin to em- rapidly coming to see the intelligent by Rheumatism Neuralgia, Sprains 158 pounds, compared with 64,447- is caused by a torpid liver and
the of marketing this marketing:' of the grapefruit and etc.-adv. 367 pounds ih July, 1919. There was disordered bowels Herbine is a
u ploy' co-operative, system oranges they grow by their own organization a large decrease in exports of but splendid ,remedy for such ailments l.
,year should,become members of the Florida Citrus and under their- own diection Some 2,000 American soldier remained ter; oleomargarine, cheese .and eggs. It cleanse*'.the system and restore : "
p Exchange without delay. a means better net returns in Paris after the war. Most European countries are producingmore vim and activity. Price, 60e," Sold ,It"
,e. e fIt than when speculators are allowed to of them are out of job and m/>ney. and buying less. by Roberson'st Pharmacy. *. :"

is nece..aiY.for. each local association to handle the' crop.". Dr. Ross further I n.. _. _, ...,,1''t
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i know in advance approximately how much fruit stated.: = "
Production Costs.
V > it will have to handle that packing house and other,, "The members of the Florida Cit-

supplies may be bought accordingly.The rus Exchange generally! are agreed .
that the profits of the citrus industry
membership rolls must be closed] in in the future will depend almost if

I the early future. For full information write not altogether as much upon trn degree Evmy dthlle Thai

business manager Florida Citrus Exchange to which production costs can guide :
be kept down as they do on-the prices -
Tampa consult the manager of the nearest received, for the fruit. So the
+ local association or call on exchange has been building-up a system
by which the affiliated growers! ;
I become buyers at wholesale as wellas opened his ., ;
r sellers In other words, it has f
I-: been made possible through the Ex-, iif .J
chaftgre Supply Company for members .
to purchase their grove; ..nd

Orange County t'N oacking houoe supplies co-operativc-
Iv and at ouantity figure_ ",vlng lie ,
them hundreds of thousands of dollars sa-
'N \ Citrus Sub-Exchange; annually. Already the economies
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it effected by the Exchange Supply "
Orlando Bank A Taunt Company Building Company more than offset the cost THREE; DAYS. from town.THREE BUT ASLfjaelther., ,t T.

s ORLANDO. FLORIDA of marketing fruit by the Florida CHANGES" : of tralna. TO WRITE t
Citrus Exchange. It will not be long .. . .nor. read ,,,
: } a Blfven year. or .unqualified .uce.... provenstability until the, supply company's saving rl1 INCLUDING I A ride. BUT WHEN at night :t;;
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to growers will even more largely: .
,, .! r 4 : Increasing; advantages. to m"mb.rL contribute to the profits of member ON" >A dinky tittle. BY THE camp fire. .
: 1 I I of the exchange who take advantage .. .
.' r NARROW GAUGE lino. THERE IN the heart r.
/ of Ha operations. In these respects, . . I p
r the organised citrus of Floe "
\ growers THEN FORTY miles more. OF THE "forest .\ii
'] ""' ida are well in advance of the business e . primeval.
interests of the rest of the IN A fllTTer. AND A hundred mile. 'i
country the thought of which is centered ,- . }\
the and of TILL THE "country road. HAUNTS of ,
I on ways means securing FROM men.I
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;; production at lower cost,: 1
CITRUS EXC1'iyeWr Dr. ROBS concluded.-Florida Timed c' PETERED OUT and stopped. I GAVE hint one fA."
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'j. t Union, Sept. 12th. 11 ' lfi
THEN BY canoe. OF MY cl arMt.. : I'; .
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Jest What She Needed. THROUGH wooded atreVma. HE LIT it drew''d..p."r V I I r r ?
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> 7 ; "I used a bottle of Chamberlatn'i .
Tablets .
to be just what I needed e 9 i'J.

1'0 .1 ___. -_ -- - -, writes Mr. Volta nkson. Chilli-- I MET my. .grrfde.. "THEY SATISFY.., ., ., to' A
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: cothe, Wo. "They not only relievedme AND WC '
p\, IMPORTANT ORATORS :IN'l e* of trained word dispensers and! of, indigestion but toned up. mj' t mad.,tamp ATISJT" jot fits Chesterfields. '.6l:
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FLORIDA the declaration of men endowed liver and rid me of backache ancdizziness THE GUIDE,was native There's something in their,mildsmoothness '
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with parrot-like qualities 1 that I had been subject to i e that goes right to the '..1't, '
i f 'Th, report .th.-p.lorlda Republicans The South 1 i. Democratic becausethe for some time. Th ( did "me a worldof A CHILD. of. trio. wilderness. spot Choice tobaccos, Turkish and It;.
." are planning to Import a corps ideal woven in rjer history are good and.I will always speak a lor Dome+t1o-a blend that, literally I I
".. r '<'' 'of 'publicity expert: and professional included in the fundamental of the !good word fort them." WISK IN.wood. ",,'e be copied-a glassine/wrapper '
e. propagandist in an effort to poll artibitRBtlol party platform. It 1 ia absolutely essential AND, .THE Waft of camp*. for their extra protection-;.on every }u
\;;, vote in the November that it remain Democratic record of Florida and ,. count. Chesterfields "atu/y." "
( elections I.i interesting. Indeed it I. for to desert at ,this time wouldthrow magnificent
humorous! We would also suggest wide the door and permit the the South in regard to them we ar oi< }'t
Music house and entrance of that class which the Re forced to smile picturing bevy
\ that they open a I '
.1 1 sell talking ,machine on the Install- publicans hold as equals. We have moulders imported in verb-slingers action seeking and to, noun pea '_, ,1f
.)j:;" ?' went plan "canned a few of Speaker zealously guarded against this possibility suade us to forsake _the principle '.
!
: ? Harding' speeches" in a* a and with klndneaa and a sense ."
which have been salvation th
of will and of justice for the involved our in O '
testament "good "Irly- race we
zf and refuge of in th e
!. past a safety o
4 ., h'(white" intention The plan would maintain our standard Of course. future.-Florida Metropolis. O i ,
;, r. b*!Just a* effective as the one, they the Republican bitterly deny this t t
4'\' ':fcare adopted charge publicly; it is to their selfish For skin eruptions rash, chafed
,is a>"' r' Democrat of Florida cannot be interest to do this but on every opportunity skin prickly heat, chigger bites and .
t'' f '' deceived,bx: ,the prattling of imported in the national capitol the tings of poisonous insects Ballard'iSnow CIGARE ,
'+' ,r orators ana. the effusions of real. spirit of the party is displayed Liniment\ is an effective appli ;
)" "e''i.> ulash-fnnd agents ,In the day of There are other important issuesat cation. It heals quickly. Three sixes,
Is,1 '..IMatltHanna\ such a campaign might stake but of all these none mON lOc, 60c and $1.20 per bottle. Sold _
. 'f. .t have changed the opinion and con vitally affect the future welfare and. by Roberson's Pharmacy *. e .
.(f. Tlctions of an insignificant few; but progress of the South than thin. ----.-
'principles now stand, above the vole- Remembering these thing and the "Watch Kissimmee Grow*. t
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't: LEGAL AD Block, "0 ?..?.___..___i..__...... Ordla .''B. __?! _.__._ isa. b.ln.p.... In of suit >. i In :th. abover'
; YER TISEjUENTSNotice &t i I.. and all Lots 7 4h .: '1.\00.0. .I" Court on. Ittut.d', of July A. n.19IU. .

,- Blo.1 "DJ. .,_..*-..,.,--_ .OzdIs Bass ,..._..r..T..v 10.Ot. - I and ancillary varnlahment ',.,u-
,.. .-' "D;!.-,.....__.... Olla. Baas. ..-_ ..........-_.. 8.88 e In saId cause on (he said 14th day
I:- '. Kll._ IfrI5t.* , Vote for one July: ,A. D. to Pat
'. "OT.CID to 10, Inc...........__..-... Virgil) M. Glnr ..?.;..... ., 4.11 John.ton and 0.IUU d".t.4.opa'ner. -
c \ Lota 10 and .U-. ._.._,... ?__._". Pearl ......-,-..._ 1.41 For-Promlaaory H.t. t...Retire doing puslness .
:, 4 Lot .1 -----.. -_.-. -.'-..-.,,.---. Belton Baas ._._I_....v--_. .30 Outstanding airalnat O.rrttj) Robert T. H. B\I-
. I. hereby given that the following described lands. or ., much Lot I ..___..:...-.--..-..- ...*..,. Z. B., _.___....___..-.?...,.. ... the ElectriC Light A ,W.te Rcy.r, HUfh'S.
h. tb.l'.ol. ,.. will. b. n..cp..r to pay the amount due for taze. b.r.In ..t Lot .,.. .______--__. _.-_I-...___ J'1 loy ,-..?..? ._*J._. .8' Fund. In the of of Bank of OaceolaCounty .
oOppo.lt. to ths .am.. tow.th.1' with the 'oo.t 01 ..uca..l.. and ..dv.rtl.lnll' its'III to 1Z6. ,Ino....._. ....___ .I.y ?..-------:..,.._. S.tt .UJ' ,- a corporation under the laws
'WIll be .old .t public auction On the fourth .,ay of Octob.r A. D. tUO. In Lot III ??-,-?-....?....*;___. Unknown ..... .....:._. ,... .11' ,Atralnat-Promlniiory- of the State ot .'10rldI.n4, you are
front 01 tll. Cfty. Ball door, .t 3issImm... County 01, 0.000.... and IItate 01 Lot. 118 and 1.0. .,..._,.-....._._._ Paul McKee 4..t;... ,-....._ 1.28 ,tire Uut.tandlnr tr.R a- hereby ordered to appear In said suiton
Florida' + ': Lots 1S1 and 1...-_._.. ,....._.j-v .K. O..Barclay...._._",.___.... 1."$ Kaln.t the Klectrlc Ll'ht or .before the October Rul.... A D
011.._...'. t' 4 water 'FuntU. In the of IMC. vlsj the 4lh day .of October.', .'

'NAMR OF'OWNER'. ''TA ANt L.ot 6. Block 4.___.___-.___..-... nul Bass ...... ..-..__.-._. .u $IO.OUO.CO f. .. D: S ISO. ,WITNE8 the. Honorable vg
DESCRIPTION- OF LAND.,. ; COST L.ot I Block 11....--......._-__.__--.- Reese ...?",.?,,?..*?_ 1.18 A"dr.. said Court andmy
____._i Lot. IVand 1. Block ll...._,.- .__.. Foster. Newton ._.? .-Tr._.. 1.48 MUOh" '_ Should the' L.uance of name .. Clerk 1h..r.ol. the r.
-' ,It_. A..I... : . ..... > Lots 4 and .. Block II..._....-.._._ J. :M.' John.ton...... .,..._-..._. '1.1 .. .. note for' any or all seal of. said Court ..Oecvola. -,

All E. of A. C. 1.. 1ty,18Iock 4...... j M.' Woodall.....:_ ........,,.! Ill Lot. 4 and 7. Block K.__.4.__-.__ __. D-W. Alderman. .._._-..__ 1,1 of the foregoing purpoxa be autborlaed County' Florida on this day,
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Jt.lt K. ofA. C,, U Ry. Block'' Itj _.-.-. Mach Broa. i.._...._,_.... lollXc. A. to. Devegaa's 1..0... of VV4 .* by the required majority of voter. AUlu.t .
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AH. of Jfoc\ IS.... ....__....................... Unknown .. .._..._____ .....,..". W.OB ,., BH44 .f ..1aYo .( SHM .* .. qualified to Vote lit -such election. (' CPUHT.. 8BALJ. > ,
N. BV Baal lle-NvS. Dlv. of' BI..... 8f114 a f 11'. .T. ,a. > then the said I'romlaaory Notes, L OVBK8TRBRT. ..,
'sJ. X't/9> I'I.. N. ..* 10. of Hoes All 01'Block _-_. ... A. R Coleman.5.18Block. aa authorltrd by the qualified voters.shall KRIRB8. k Court.

AsdHleaulrf 8 ,and S..d. .. ______._.._,_. .H A Hunter __._...... 10.1 be I.u. according to law. K1 .ofw n. '
< >t I. Block 10.*_____._____.______._ Mra. Nor Lot 7 Block 4._..____....____________ C Dutton _.______.._.____ without the Council shall Atorn.y. I4-'C
Boswell's He-R.bniv.of I/.t IB ef L. Buck--___-.____._ 6.11 All ''of. Block 1.-----n---_. Mrs. K Coleman.-------- ( at or before auclr provide
/ LorBlock ________ ___. __ __. A. Hunter .1 I for the .I"d":" IN THE CIRCUIT COVMT OK THalttKKMTKKN1'H
JayMe: A INiyne AdilltleM.. --. H. ___.___.________ redemption I of At JUOIflAl) .
Let 1. Block "A"_______________...__ John UIXPI.AT-I'KU LA If Itfl. maturity TIM.CI'IT 1
FLO.-
It. H. I*.. Itrotaghfa Addition. Jackson _... 10.*1 !'. S6 6.6 ft- W. of NE cor of NH4 I John a. Cartel. Mayor of the .all I>A. ..TII WT"'I OK (; *
lot t. Block An----' il SK14. run. S. All Blocks B H. H. and K.All ..-*___:____ J 8. C B. Griffin.. ___._______.;____ X7.76 C; N. 808 ft, R. 1(8 ft. N. 'U.4 ft. by Proclaim and ).. 'Iorld.. a SI'KCIAL TV. .

lllock. C and! Dn___,.._____.___ 8 B. Aultm.n------- 117.48 to % Sec. or City Line 810 PROMM1H8ORT NOTE RLBC- Brya", f l latleT.Floriaa r.G..o.
Lot 1. Block "K"--------- '------ -- Breaker Aultm.n---------A X7.7S ft ._____..,-. ___..___ ___________ M 1. Crowder ____..._-_______ *1.15swIg TION by the Electors of he said Ciy. Lveabrr i > A Irate ('.w.re.s mtmmmTtrers : a '
Barclay___________
Lot 4. Block "Q" 7.10 > of BWM. less b. run. qualifiod to vote In au<'h Election .
-- LeateT NE Nr. m ,i. A. liohIao.'. .-.iiti.--------, AltoI'dn: __... .------ lUllLOt 8. 880 ft. W. to W. BI line. Sec del the laws of Floridawill be 'held .

1. Block 6_______ _______.....__ 34.... 16. then N. UI It K. ) beg; also Council Chamber In the City of AetlM I>aa ases 4>rrr
McNeal _______________ .2 :
Lot B. Block .6.-.1___ ____ XI. l!'. N. of cor.. Kla.lmmiM', Florida, during the rckular fer -. .t.
-------- I). McLean.Z Ib 8F
Lot I, Block "41_________u____________ H. C W. ___.__._____.__ 1'.11 66SU ft.' W. 14 ft. 61 H hon of votlnir. on the 18th flay TO: 4.
Florida ....d. .....'.10'. ..r...,. WeaverMia ----u__ 8.Z'. ft E. 1R4 't R.c. 18. Tp. 25, ZI. A. S. Nels"n ______u'n__ 4.1 of Hrptvmber. A. 1). 191)1, jipon thequestion lol'lda Crate A Lumber Com pan>\,

Lota 28, SO. SI and .32________________ R J. swv of 8E', HfC. 16 To. tB. R. W. H. ft'llson ______--.._-__ 16.9 of contracting loans In the a corporation and existing
Lot 6 and K TVi feet of Lot I _.* Blck..rdlk"nn__ 8H.22XI pr.'NK of NE' of (HK(4. Sec. form of PromIssory)' Notes, for th tie) or.anl.e Scale of New
-- .A F .
SH Lota 17 and Meverp -.____________ .86 Tn. It. R. W 668 ft. nurpoae andn the 'amount .. here Slider William H. It.d..m.ek..r..I'.ulE.
Lots 86. 86, Al atid 8'ilr..; ; -portion W. C.; Led ford ____________ J2J6 I.. 891 ft. B 618 ft.run N. 100 ft H. inbefore aet I.rth"n the for<
of Lot 61 H of Midland Ry..;---.. a B. 141 ft. N. 291 ft.---------------- 8 B. Aulman 1"0.1 resolution of the Counci of the City State of New Jersey, whom. It
Lot 83 and all of Lot .4 N. of Midland Aultman--.-------------. 69.It Lot I. U. 8. Burvi-y. Sec. '1. !5. 29.., W. W. ....-T. of Klaalinmue, and far aa nec- may cdncvrn: You and each- of you
RvVendall % .. N% of 8W' of NJoJ'of NW14 B.C. eaaary to pledge the funds, credit and are hereby notified that the above.
\ ii'i le';'-*;;';: >lv. of- Lots 8. B. Aultman-_ _________.___ X7.10 18. R. .1..__ R. U. Frankford -,- 10.6 property of the City for the payment suit was Instituted In the .above .
B.H r.4. .7 A ex ., 1". L. I. V.'" WH of NWi4( of of NW%. Bee. of enid hoLes at maturity. Court on the 14th day of July. A. D.

Ba>riey.Ix 2 1. Tp. IB. R 29.------------------ P. F. TwIlchMl _____--_u--- 8.1 The proceed from the sale of sail into snd. ancillary garnlahnM-nt Isau- I

>t 4, Block "A"::____-_______ ____ Mr J. It. 4i31.flEitT. note* to be uavd for the purpoaca aaapeclfled ed In aald cause on th. said lth day
w un W. H. Thurman___ __ t.88 I r 'Tax ( flerlda. Said of July. A. D. If 10. directed Pat
Lot Lots 6 9.Block and 18,U Block- ___.."D"---nn-----... Mr.. W H. Thurman__________ iso ---i-----______________________Clltr__ ____..._ ..01."__._KImIiiar.____u_____________-_ said noto In be r..h.Uon.laaued pursuant and the t Johnston and O. P. Oarrett copartners to.
------ - Mr.. D. r
H.
Lots '19 and 20. Block "D":; ________ R. Thurman"-.nn__ 4.16 nnd I In the manner aa act forth In anlilreaoltitlon doing business as JohastonQarrett. A
17 $ --_ D Plummer _. 1.18 im omrrrr cofnr FOR THK -and? the credit of the Council of the Cltv Robert T. Hughea. B. H. Bullock
Lots and 1 Block "O"_ ___ property
Lots I to 4 In.... Block :"II":: 1r.. W. C. Tanner.:::::::::: 1 4* $.a TII INTIINTI> JIIH4IAI ('IH- of the City f,1i.. .. pledged of Klaalmmee. dnttd. August 26ta, .. H..lt..r of Htat"t Bank ofKI..lmm. '
---00.-- R. n Porters. _____ __ 143 .' KI.UIII for the .ar 1920. of .., "
Lots 12 to 15 Inc.. Block "11".. _. nn.u STATS notes COpy which i In hereto attached O.cl.
E'Kirk__ _________________ Z"I County cor t Ion under :
". ,11. \\'_.. -. ......DI.. ef Lot M n D.'I. aaxl for the t..t, of 001. or such said .. may. and publlahed. a parr
IN CHANCICHY. be necessary The voter are of the State of Florida; and arehereby
,.
of F. L. I. < 0' H.r ". < lolowlnqu.Un..d
Lot It ..__.nn_--_..._ __Oneon. , S S . hereby |> .. ofncora ordered. t? In .J salt
Lot 10 . __ __ _._______ __ _____ Pple Cont. 4 866.X6 R. M. Moaeley WHEREAS the market for Certlflcatea of said Promissory Note ElectIon' on or before the O.fobe" fl.
'. George Blake :::::::::::::::: 1120 via: the 4th day
1(. \\. :tI.r.....'. "."-01... .( Le Hlf > Complainant of Indebtedness I. at present K. ". VANS AJNEW. Otob..r. A ,
1> 120. WITNESS
.
p.. I. I. ... ...".,. ', v. very low same can be disposed T. N. CLAHK. the .
Lot 10 .__ __ __._ ___________ Arlmenta I Ba. and W. C. Baa. ., her of at ". And at a great loss to R. l>. (IUICHJ O. Andrews. Judge of said Court, '
....a>rs Knfc-IMrUlea n.f N. lIlt ft.- Anna. WaymanKatie ____'._n----.--- 1.16 hu.uand I- L.I., and J"lnl. K. the City of Kl.slmmee; McPHATTER.II seal my name of said as Court Clerk th-reof. and. Osceola ,'
Le.le hla wife. State ( AND E the market for WITNBH8 I have at Klsslmmee -
... -
of Lot en. V. I. C'e's ".rY., d wl. nFo' Count'. Florid. Ibis 4th V .
Lot I _____________-____ ________ .Imm.( .. a corporation oulda Malloy. such .c ttY. will probably be much hereunto set my Mayor of of IS2h.on day
White A Derbyshire's Hab-DlT. ef Yatea -----u 7.80 Mary T., K. Rankin and John \\'. 'R"n- stronger the next year or two. I the City of Klanltnmoe, Flori.. and ( AUI'.I. A..n. SEAL>

P.rt of Lot RV. .... l.. I Co's !..r. kin her hu.band. Lupfer A l Prat her AND It I. to the beat caused the corporate said J. I ,.
V.,' aralf". a corporation C. M C-irlaon Int..r..t of the City of Klsslmmee and I City to be hereto affixed and the A. OVERSReE.
Lot S ._ and State Bantaf of a porporatlon. Us cltlsens. that aome financial ..rran".m.nh aame attested by the City Clerk ERIRUS..4ERMAN. A : ar
Iak..land WJOHN 8TKKD.
L. Griffin ___ IU f he : the 25th of Auuust.-. n I .
L. llrkH.niv., :ef--ti'4.-: : nnu---- made wb.r..b the day Attorneys for Plaintiff.T U-'L
' Oetendanta.Notice . the CertlMcatee of Indebtedness B. CADKL.Aa .
..., I. ( o N *>cvey.Lots ) .
to be assessed against the Mayor of the City of Kla.lmmee.
7. 9 and 10 MASTKW" .
-------------------- H. L. .
McLauren.Mra ___
__ I.25 that under abutting ATTEST "LI
I. along
Prosper* Park. -Rafc-tHv. ef lot. A3d -- ---- hereby R-lvon roprrt> owners the : _!
.. and by virtue. of a final decree of paving now being done by the said J OILI1KRT .f:1
N3 1". ... I. ( . "ar..,. .R Under and by virtue of a '. .
L Lot Id lor..clo.ur. and aale r.nd..r..d In the City of Klsnlmmec.THEREFOJIK. Aa of the City: of Klaatmmee.HKAL tered bv the Judge of Circuit
---------- --------00--------- A th.
Lot IS . ___ M Oady--------------, 2 42X above atyle .. en the I8th day BR IT BY ( )
'
of of'
c.u. d Court the 17th Judicial ClrcfU
.j REHOI.ED U.t
n -------- C. P. _
---- Dow" _______
___.______
.
42 offer for aala THE C1TT
Plm Cvrat. .....-DI... ef M7 AKM. u AuKUnt. 110 I will COUNCIL the State of Florida fyr Oaceola County .,
.... ... I.S.0'. ..r..y. aell at \ man In hand OF KIHHIMMKKSection I. (.Ircelt fo.rl. Htate .f Klvrlda. In a certain cauae th.reln pendlnc
N% of Lots 17 .nd 18------------- to the : 'toyo:1 the front of 2. That under and..by virtue "...._.lh Judicial ClraH 4>ee* wherein John T. Drawdv I. complainant
M J Crowder.___.______._____ .,. ..
Ilobert Ban* A'aifleB. KheeiBalier'aMnbnlv. X 41 the court .. .. .. ( .c. nf the power veiled In the City (.*; ( kaatrery.Aaroa and Hull Baaa la defendant.thai(

of nloCki ..I>.. A II.." ola County. J'iorld. during the legal of KI..lmr". l>v s,'"lol! 1(160 of theOcneral undersigned Hpeclal Master tn Chsn-5
Lot I hour of ".h'. ." the 4th day rUatutis of Sn.e of Florida Iie..... 4.0..1.1..t o-rv will sell at outcry t4 the
All of Block- "FL"- --- I."I" -----I.1II-I Lucy Amy HodKe Rivera ._n.n.u-_____ 4.15 of October. 10. the followIng d"-I : the said. r'Kv .hal Isain- It. patti v.. Mithent bidder 'ubl. .. legal hour*'
All of Blocks ".II. K'4 of lllook "tTi.". MeOrgor----------, SI.65 Lot EIght <8) "C | of IIS Odd' .do. to !h. mjifdXWKCIA .- 1920 In front of the court house "
--h. --- --- -- Lnwrence ___ th..1
tnvix' of Hlock "VL": Bllns h. "___. 2185 n'N""l and nnborn'a Addition t I ?. R It l.'tINO NOT It" It apP"Arln. by affidavit ...pp.nd..dto In the City of Kl.slmmee, o.c.. ,
---- - h Alex Hn\nc. _. ._________ __ In alii\i'- tatedcniwe
All Blocks YL and J10. Except that n g J5 Town of KlH.lmmi-e Cltv. according i ito rawing int r"iit acTm-.innunlly at hil II" the County. Florida 2.000 .hand of .t",.
part. iiflHessed to Mr. J F. i'larkiinnPOK the oAfrlal pint .,1 Id land Ivlnif the rat of light p"r r" nt nirnnfeum.nnd M Heaves, the defendant I Countlea of
Mart Stoke ___ _____.__ __ t named (la a ...nr..Id..nt r"n/Inl Ir..y.
ni N\V Cor of Block 4. Hunt" H h -- ? 16.15 pnd being In the eaat half nf the | to In .uo 'ilciMimlnntions f. h..ln of and I. and 0..018.
ISO ft 10.91 ft. N. 150 ft. 'v. nIt Mr Julia Norlh..a..t qunrler of th.- South enatouarter will coiniiiniMl th' tat. .iirli e nnd be of the State Jo'iorld.' analdent brknded a. follows: Marked Upper ,"
of Atlantic Clt Now
L. Jcrseyiid
Beg at :NK ('or of lllock 4 run. H % flai------------ 4962 of Re,tlon t.'en.v.on.- IZH. mat rendllv It, ,:.* The said that .1, la the> of twen- square under lilt In one .ahnrro" r
ISO ft. K DC ft, N. ltd ft. \,' 9B ftNH (". II Townnhto Tw.nt-fv. (25) Routh. n..le. to 'nntlr. .11: iC.l., t.. l h. de- tv-one It over l therefore age ordered i the other. Blinded IX 11' ILarketItjpp.rsqudre'
Hopklna :
E.t------------ 20X5 flange ) K..,t. t.-. min..l l h" th'' twoy.Mir. yeui. underblt In
of Block i Tw..ntv-nln. one
. I Cou..1 "lh'n ,hat
the said defendant
--- n. .
Mary W hH. ,
_____ non-r..I.I.nt
19.45 from '
of Hlock 14 Thl. the lint day Aummt. 1920) th. Irsu sHurn wsllow> other' .n4.
All --- -- - -- ---- -- - .I M JohiiBton ____ . said ... th. I.. and abe I. hereby "u-uulrrd to appear lora .
78 4RMr or
? MILTON I'LKIWIKR.Stvrlnl .t. thi Interest nnd .
Heir at NW cor of Block 20. runs H uu principal l. to the bill of comiilnlnt tiled In branded 1> T. a* aHown In thai
I no ft.. K ion ft. N. Kifl It. W. IOn( Mnxtor In rhantvry.Kninna pa>'nl>l' j In gold coin or Itnequivalent. aid cause on or before the ...Id decree recorded and on file In
ft . AKRRMAN RTEF.I. Hi Jh'- r.fflre of the Treasure 10nd.y.. this Marked Crop two spllMunderblt
4th of October A. U. .
- day
- -
u Prlscllln ,
X W. %derb.l<... Hiih-niv. of- Block Bans :.t.n SO.12R Holfcltor. for ( 38-61. of ..nldI>'. whorover the pnrchiser wlae the allegations of mild .th.t- .I' one ear, awallow fork under
"K" of llohrrl Ham 4ddlIos.Lola .r t'biiHei s miiy d..I..nlt.. be taken nn confe.n by said wIl bit In the other. Branded II'.IJOHH

1 and t ______ _______ The fcald notes to be tanned for the 1.. R CAOKU, '
-- -- -- !M Monelev __ _
*
___ riHCI'IT C'Ol'HT FOR TIIR
% __ !R8 IN
Pro of '
n Til purpose nnnneliiK tVrtlflrati s of Special MftBter In Chancery.
All of mock. R and S------------- Mi'*. K. F. JI'DKIAI.'' III- It In tru..t..r ordered that this order .,
H..V. II. It. Hnrvey..NE CollIer------------. us.33II "I 1''II"1 4 | Ind.-ht.dl"'H" nam'SHi d Rt"ll..t abutting be ".' a week for Four '
"fAI""F.T'AIt.OW.
*T'.TM Of |P| <>IIIII > .
2-t Lot 6. Bloik 7---------------- 0' '1 pu.ii' ra. n. h. i-< !n .. a, | conaectitlw<,cka In the KlflatmtnewValley '1-1t"
'
Dlaton" Kat. '. IIS THK: 'UI'N' WK .
------h 12.15 Ion forth until such ) !
.D eg. at mo.t Southerly cor Lot 7. .Al. lMnrle C..run.t. can I. uoxette. a newaftapvr publlHhi ( -
"
lllock II. runs N 47 ev'T. W 140 ft. (11"10:11' dIpo." of to th. advantage In ."Id County and Dtute.Thla .
N 4S .leg. K 2HV4 n. !H. 47 deg.: E I. .I. Ciy of KlxHlmnKM And the 23rd day of Auiru.t, A. D. 1920. LIVESTOCK DEMANDS GOOD 4

140 ft N. 4S dg.: W to beg .. ". (J Rtoner ..____ > Knnla ". ,'tIt and property. of thi (Circuit Court Seal.) *'3S'
-- __._____ lft.1I ComplainantManuel Mild' CIO tlv- be |pi.d.c. d for the rent i W J. L. OVF.HHTHKBT. FEED- AND *
Lot Block
1. It - Much HroaMarh ______ .
-- ______--__ 23Si( V. mptlon of .iUd note.. or .ach I. -1 Olerk' Court. CRt
Lot II, Illtii-k 12 -- -- -- -.--- Urn '__ _. ___ parttHereof Clr".1
o. ___ _____ S34.il> C. Whltted anil .. be '
Jmm" mny
Lots S. 4, II and 7. Block St.n H. B. Aultman ___ __ [ . ncce.aaryAND fJoXU(1 \ "oX The of
D..... "(2 f< M. 41 d-v E of most --__-__--_ 266 22 ti-d hla wife. I .fondiint.\Vhl-I Soloior i Cu"pl..lnant I 117.lt. raising t"Iveltock'"*iiJ'

Northerly cor. of Block IB run. !a WHKHI1AH. there are c.rtnlnotitattinding mor than the purchase parebd'
47 50 H _. I Wflrriinls again.t th.' J1'ItM'Iti1TVlI6'I' UK ThiS Uve
d.-u. E ft. 48 deg W. 76 p -' anmi.. tock
Notice I. herrby ylven that uod.r Klcctilr Light Ik liter $1511 ":%' Ji IiIAI. (' crn
ft. N 47 d.NT. W. 50 ft. N 4S dig.E : Fund nayItmnr '1111 field .
Hnd by virtue of a final dorree of ) of which no provision'has been Ct IT ( AIM) POI( will respond to the extent
E 75 ft ------------ - u------- ,Hull Bnaa- ________. fori-clo.ure and aale nrtered In f"'N
____ theabove
.
.. at most fV'titnt-rlv cor: ; Lot 2. Un go 42 mad.. UIA ( (ItT 1ST I'l.imiBt. the owe'a efforts. Purebred '_!-<

Blork 19. runs N. 4] deg. F3 76 ft. ntyl 1P20 caime I wIll tin lh.for 27th naltf day. and of AND WHKKEAS. the issuance of CIIANCKHV.. 101"ILO"Unl OKMOHTUAI.U. mats given no care,, will be a f.Uu.
N 47 leg. W. 71 ft, R 43 deg W. I Aulu..t.. of. these outlandln" wai rants was due
.. at outcry cnan In handto and a disgrace to improved liywtockt,
r.r to the current waa In thepn.t
Lot.76 ft 1. to H. t 47 Inc.deg. and E. 71 NE ft.-------6"4 ft, 01.. Rull Baits. ,----____________.__, _:14.75 I the the rUbU. ,bidder In KliwlmmeOace at the front of sold -at Iw low arate wherebvthe IK M I'AHTItK'K.... ("...1.1.... they will be just as food .as cattle".'

loOt 4 In Block 70( ____...__ .___. "" Jo I.tl'lc LlXjit Water swine' ?. their* it
? W, B. Maklnaon Co.;.,,,,_._,,,..* X61.76 ola Florida during the legal .. ...... no profltV a' P.al't IDA M. KKI.I.Y. Jol... hjr- her ...- or or sheep as 'owner '
SW 40 ft. of Lot t. and all of Lots.. ; ., "J\ ''" 1'' I.' : ,. hour of aala, on Monday the 4th day, AND WHKREAsNafrtaln repairs to ..,. MAMKk KELLy: J.fq.ds.ta.OIIDICH a breeder. ". "i'S,
t ii .._. .
and 4. Block
'A1Iotrnock211i N'V-- ,-- -of- .-. AV. D.. Makln.OIIt Co..v. ,. <":'",...\ 7'.88 of October, 1910 to 10Uo..lnl decrlbcd the Klectrlo Light K Waterplant John M. Scott. animal
a.C. "'j :U'. 41J,' property, tl..lt: were at various times oil..C' .I'. Indu.trtl1t
: U Except lot II feet wide' :} !' neceBsary ow. at the State
Ry. a ,
""I''t: ; l.l.,1)' I ,;. 1Jt4 ,,' The Kant half of It In theforeirolnir StatlO
A \\ ) ItM. \ " 'w.nt.nT Ing to the breaking of machinery and appearing 'ldAvlt .
facing
Broadway extending along S '. ..r" residenceof the 'who
IJ' ., ';: In BertlnnTwenty other unforseen accidents: cause, say man .ral.e good
.
Dakln 'Ave. Thurman (
to St. alsoexcept South the defendants and eacbof them, la
(26. Range
Twant-nv. AND WHRREAS. It is stock and gives them the proper
n IJ facing on Broadway" 40feet ) each la the IN
Thl alao th.'e.t half : unknown that over age
: that provision
some he Ade'
and Posulol Ave 115 ft-- ____-- Ben HftlrrtWfmberly --.__--______- 480.46( of T tJon.. Section Tw.'nty-one. Town- City of .' for the.. of twenty-one themla and"care wi produce animals In
-
----
All of Block U lying S E. of A.fC KI..hnm. .
I. ahlp I Twent- -nve. Mouth Range Thirtyone of these : no one -In rhr.Rwred 1.'I same In addition to making *
L. Rv. -- hU ___nnn_ Mcl..-od __-_____ __ out.I."dlnl warrant. aervlce. of n would
..... Hreese.Lots n 215.26SI I.i containing t"t"rh" NOW. the th financial success, tha pleaaur and: -'
more or le.a, according pintof PH) Br THB: COUNCIL OF THE bind: n'W'n: : P
I to I me-------------------- null Ran* -___ __ __ _.. n Nn In the office of CITY OF ORI> amVf' ), ANIL OfCREEl satisfaction of having admfrinjr
-- FU
Lot4 - - _._ _n_____- _n-. A IHfl6IS __ -_-___-_-_ -_-_ r"OO.e. fl..d .ISSfMAIF IJA' > that friends his. -
.
-- 28.RK2J the Oace. Section .. : wn
-- b
-- '
Circui Curt. of
___ _ nt'I"J
.
Lot F w & Iy cinch them appear
-- -- Aridlllea.w n a B arirnn._--_____. .86 ola County, it,, "f the power tented In I Cityof the Try convinced.The .
Osborne A 4)'i.I Complaint -Monday b
,... Ana-nut
Thla the Hat day of 1910. .
Florlda by Section
Lot 5. Block "A"i___. -- A. H Spier ..__. _. ___ MILTON KI..mm. fifth dax of C..tob..r. 1910. othurwlaathe
.
46 S2 HiflO Oeneral fr,
Lot I unit W. ill ft. of Lot 7. Block"Btf h 0 Rnectal P'.EER Statutes of the aUe .ton. .. Hill of Complaint greatest enemy of child Ufe'ls' 1. .
State nf Florida, .
-. u --- ---- ------- ---- W. H. Arnold _____ ___ 7876 KRinitH. MA.I.r STIllED, Us tbe'sald .halliaaue w taken a* confeaaed.IT the tape worm. health
---- -- -- Promissory Notes the FURTHKIl that I dearT.r
Lot 8 and F.. 44 feet of Lot 7. Block 8ollcltona ltl 18 ORLEREI. "

"B" ____--. ____--__----____..___ E L Lesley -..._'--__________ 1111 nt for Complainant 18ltPROCLAMTION aggregate.t yled- sum of ".100.00. be thla notice be Week and vitality. Te enemy' of '
-- for four weeks In thiKla'almmee the Is .
TJot. 4 nnd 5, Block C"-------------- tape
rt.v. W. H. Ball ____ con.p..utv. Whit. Cr.al
Lot 'I Block "C"Dot. _____________________ E. L. LesleyUnknown _____E.1--__________._____ 68.85 20.72 ELECTRIC!FUND LKIHT ft WATER RE- G..et". of a n..w.pA1"1' O.cwola- VermitRe. Oe of doe. do.
I O. IS and 14. A 8 V of Lot 11. NOTFS"Or" .1 l..n.r.1 '
I IntereMt .
at Bobv

N%Block of Lot"fl------------------------II. uI';:; tJ.mk""D"H. ; _____--......_____ 16" the .rate of Bight per cent per annum.and .! :; Honorable C. O. An- erson's Pharmacy. 8ic, , -*" '

A. Hnthewa AddlllsB. to be In auch denomlnatlona as .. Judge; U Over.tr."t Clerk. .'
I F. I/ench ____n.u_i 10.ts KLKCTION. will the best price and bemoat (Circuit Court Heal) YOlfBE ;
All of Block. "A.------r------------ H. A. HunterZella __hnu______ 7.8' commlnd negotiable. The aald J. L. OVRRaTRKKT,176t. WHERE WILL ?. ;,

$Lot Vi He-H I. Block b-I>IOi--t-K-: -:O-A P.Lots' PetersJ -____--____--_____ s'ss Under and by Virtue of Authority notes to. mature st pNlod.. to be det..rmln..d Clerk of Court. ; .
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IS to IB, Block 0----------1-- T. Rivet ___. ______ Vested In me Resolution by the within two ehtHI. II."ben compi.f, ..
Block i---- ---- 1.1: of the ,utI"of the n' of yearn from the datv of the Issue NOTICE. K4 RDepartment r"DLICAT.Ol .
Lot 13, 0--------------------; Unknown -_____--_.__.__ __ 1.21McCalllater of said notes, the interest And' principal .
Lots I ko 24. Block "P"Beg. Block:. -."-'."______ J. P. OYBI __-.___________-_-___ 1t.1I KI""lmm""h MWdV ION payable I.(01 coin. or Its of the Interior. U. S.Land. every 100 healthy younr. men ,now 1
NW cor. of Lot 1. 1'1. runsS. .. A U for equivalent. at the office of the Treasure Office .. : ,. ,'
the Issuance a Galn.nllh. F twenty-ftve years v
,
84 R 78 N.14 W
ft. ft. ft. 78 ft tdh .
______.__u____- 7.11S by or Klsslmmee, of said City. or wherever the purchaser Aug. 14 1920.NOTICFf Thirty-six.' dead. .. 4
Beg. at NK cor of Lot t. Block S.
I. hereby given that Stanley b ,
of Notes of
Promissory in Cer or purchasers Said notes
runs H 50 ft. W. 100 ft. N. 60 ft.R.. t rld"m will '
: of I Kla. One be -
for the' Purpose nf may : said Warrants t. .
': 100 ft--------------. W. B M.kln.on (jo.----------- SO* Contracting a Loan to. Replace the r -"dlftnhA.il.. I- Light & Water wfio.O.nI's; *l. 10111 hA'n' : Four will be rch ;.-net. '

'. H tRIp knI8 : Miss M. O. Crowd"ru___ ll.US0.02 Hpeclal Paving Fund. on In ated Entry. No. 014116. of Five .t ..
'. : d..IJn.ted. ror will be working support
U Blork "V
M at cor. runs V. the State Bank of, Dpp.1 the .. are 14, Townahlp 5. / 1 t
188 ftV.. tilt ft. 8. 181 ft. R. 88 .ftJaasea F. H. Tlner ________ .1.Mafcn .________ Time said Bankwas Closed: and for available. NWR.ctnn... Tallahassee Meridian themselves,:and Ifty.for'wi e.de;
." t.-.'. BBb-ntv., I. Matb.w.r tho further Purpose of Creating a . e hna .nol. .. of Intention tn makr pohdcnt upon rlaU.e', freD" ; r .
Fund to Take Over the Certificate Section 4.: That an election beheld Three-year to eatabllah claim '
Ix>ts B. T, less S. 60 ft. In Block charity. rye..
t4 of ... to the 'land above rte.crlhert. before .
Indebtedne.s at date
to toe Insued Attains early a as practicable
"A"' -.-.----..----.--_ _____ 8. 8. .Duxsa --________--__-_____ <.8S the Owners Along Certain At which the questions be stibmlttcA Clerk, Circuit Court. *t Kl.xlmmne ForfO ear hence! Sounds tube*. .
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.. MatkiewV
tea .1)1. Adi.t.diP Abutt"l olo Florida the I4th. day of Hrptember. '
ttT Tfet'it'Ja'fpror-t
.... Being Paved: and for theFurther to the electors said Cityhavlfig !0.O" levble. doan.t

to 8'., Block "A".. _."- R 8. "....a -___i,......______. 8 HI Outatandlng Purpose ot Warranta Taking up Againstthe Certain by Section the i O luolf..lonl. prescribed StattileS Claimant claim na wltnt-.ae.: of one' of the,big-jKrest .. f /

Lot. X A.am Patrlefc'a! T. Block AaMltioav... ...._ E. .g.. Oustia ___--___..____--_: ,siMra Electric Light Funds; nnd for the of the State of Florida shall be ida,. N. 1eNorton. of LnuKhman ..Flor banks in FlordTamp Tn"Dune. .. .
W.
Submission the Questions of Such the Issuance of said ... far .
Lot Bea108 X. Block ft. N. "A"of -SW cor. Block "1T." : Corrla OaVdner __j_____.. I.8S Issuance to an Election of the Voter the replaclnl of the Special PavlnJ Ida.W. W' Allnjan. of LIbm.n. Flor-. 1 '

run. N. 41 H ft. K. 76 ft, S. 42 H e of the City of Klaslmmee. Qualified the 'notes for, T. A. Fore of f.ouIhma. FloridaWltllani I you have,rooms to 'nt. a small t
to Vote In such ing of Certificates of Indebtedne.saa.os.rd
ft. W. 7i ft.----------------------- H. 'E. Swabr ________________.*. '49.SI EI'cUon.'VHFJRF.Af up against "buttlnprop.rt" j MArtHI Lu.bman.Pold. adveria.ment in out daisifled el.lmn. *.
Bee119 ft. W. of KB Lot 4. 4
Block "H." runa 8 41 H cor ft. ,",V. 60 It I. the desire or the .wner aloni*. those streets now being RdrVr. W/DAVI* wn.fn them... .-
.. to..continue thepaving'work paved: and for the purpose of -- -
ft. N. 4XU ft. B 60 ., .. J. W. Thompson ___.___.......__ '..XXR now way. In viewof up tl'e outstanding Warrants 18-51 n..I..t.r. '
H ft. B. of I Bea61 Block i'l.'l -
105 ft. E. cor. the Increased U.t auch work on the Rlertrlo Light A Water takln"l: ItXsS'fT4)R, FOR NVENTIYE \
runa 8. ft. 9. 10 ft. NOUN I.IAL GENIUS i.
11 would In and the shall
W 69.ft., 8. 1XH 147H ft. N. coat. Hie .nt that ft. newCOnfrIlOt. Mayor forthwith. 1)' ('""IUIJ ,
.hould his proclamation for such '
necessary. .Iectl.n ( of ( Jmimr. Stale .
) b"com. the e.rt
ft W. 40 ft. N. JOS ft. 45 ft.
XH. W. .
>r W. H. Ball. Rat__ __ '
90. t* AND and shsll give notice of
': n WHEREAS the funds for the public sam of Florida. tonally.In :
.I.ot.; Block "M"--- ,V. I. Barclay -.__--________-- 49. purpose of doing tikis work were ondeposit b% publishing sat4..prociamtlon: for .0.1"
Lot 1 .Block "O"_-.. J. I. Ovuratreet ___ ______ ROBS OF
i u__ In theState Bank of Klsslm 4 consecutive la.uea In a newspaper the Estate of K. 8. Beeland. Pecea.ed. -
J Block "O". .
filL Lot ,
Mca. K. A. Barnhlll.,..--_--___-- *9 4K mee at the time It waa closed by the published In said City Immediately 'CAlOME
of Lot I. Block
E. 4
ft. "Os'--------. a. Hanklna __ *s .
88 ttt the date of such
WYo Lot 4. Rlock'."X"_____-.______ Auiru.t Ka.. ___-n n____ ___. 8fl.4R blo for oI' work and are, and not the now work avnlla-will' prior' Section B. That the form.1..Unn.of ballot NOTICE IS HKRKBV (IVRN. to all :
Lot 4 Block "T' .
.1. W. Thompson Tin -A for oft to be used at said election shall be .
be lack funda. :
Lot I 8 ofA. C. L. ini .. : .,. : _:::::::::: whom It may concern that on the 7th N'U8E .
titi :: W. Wataon :-:_ 0.8: J AND WHKUEAH. It Is the InjU>ntlon substantially as follows: day of October A. D. H2n. I shall I
ft'N. of A. .
C.
"E 1( L Ry. W. O. Haaklna, __.___nn. '.1 Of the City ef apply "OFFICIAL BALLOT. .Municipal apply to the Honorable M. Murphy,
All ".' 10. I It- Tucker Brlck.. Co. .___nn_____ 1S such funds *a Ifl mr."I:. from Prommlssory Note. Rlectlon.. Judge of said Court aa Judge of Probate MedldnaPurlfled
AU Block II ____..,_____-' Mra.. n Camob..1 _____,____n 28.71 the Bonding .: any dlvt- 120, City of Klsslmmee,' Floild. I my aa Ex. 1 vt
N% Lot 1. -lo..k 10._..n. -._- f! Lot 4. -.--.. Mrs. Carrie, I ___ --- Jig.M said .I available.I question .of your cholc.: a same .time I will '
"OslotaU"
All ,H. of A. C. 1"Ry.... Block 16. ___ Warren Wayman _n_____ ... "i4.60. NOW. 'H. 8nmi..J RE8OLVKO present my thaI accounta as Executor Objectionable Effects' -, .
B. I W.r Addltlew.AH OF- THR Vote for on. of staid estate and ask for their -the t
14 A NH Lot I, Block Tucker Brick Co. __________ sips FLORIDA.Seetion proval. .p. 11.Ka. I
*, Block* I I. Ina. except boar at 8R 1. Klfl8UtMEE by vir For PromlasAry Notes to Replace Dated Au u-k 21st. A. 7). 1920.
por. Blok rln' N. 100 It W.J48 of the vested tl the Special Fund. on e. A. CARSON.
ft ile City p..vln. I WhA wfll human do nntfBmokeleu
ft.S. lOB, ft. 14 : how N .. pw. b In Bank ofKlsslmmea. Executor : Incennlty
',4Lot. 1. Block .Lt 1. Rock 6. 'Xlsalmmae Lumber Co. .-____ It.1 100 of the "Iorlda Section of the deposit In the sum of I-lt. powder, wireless 'tolefraphr.bonwleaa .
.< Beg. at BK'cor.. of IL rn. N. < State of Florlda.'the Sttute. shall fl7..4f.M. .N THIS CIRfVIT COURT OK THE carriage, colorless Iodine taata*

-o' ft 100 ft. .W.-,--141. _.ft._8.___100____ft.____.._J48_ I*: B. ,Carson ____n_..._ ____ 15..0I exceeding laaue its l aald.the aggregate Promissory.um Notes of 881.-not Against Promissory Notes to fa"INTIIUiTI ITA..J.iitiicIAL Iff. 'I.ORI-< IUJ. lem nieL quinine The -improvement,-now comes uause.iees called '"el, t

Block" II ------------.I-- .I".epl iart h__________r__.. 1..5 S4..S6 to be styled Replace Special Paving Fundson nIN AND 108 Olt'EOL. COl'S- tabe" la sale at "
W. ( BM \ TY. now on "rptl
\, t "SPECIAL PAVINO RKFUNI>NOTB8" Deposit In the Bank
,, :.,.1 ..---.---.--.--- ----.-+--.___ Nelson A 'lnot '.. __. 4 _. t.tt Interest aeml-annually ju the of Klsslmmee, In th.Ht.t of For bloll- ln Xil. L..l.r. A..ltl.. "f dlwlnl $37348.11. Taw Waters fairaoai (ir.evy' COB*. tablet la praoticallr .
Lot XX -_?_._________._..J -. -; *& Vj1 j .. R.t5S and to beuln Bight such par cent.denominations per annum. ? p..,. 5 t'ep.rstI.s ._... sod cxistiag perfect De as erldeace4.br .
-
4 = Dron"on4 ----. -? as.
.,- Lot .3 -----------------7--- John ____.____._._ .88 will command the best price and b- s.d.. he !..*. ., II.... ., the fact leJ. have authorized , .
'Lot 14 .. n.l.. Vrwmmm tba t lauat
IIT.
-------. ------------- --- W. M. Wb.eler Eut..4.211 most readily negotiable. The saidnotes Vote for one Florl. the
Lot. 18 and 1.------------- .._ 4___________. 1 48 to Lot 61 and '1.---_._.____...____. _"_ R"I Fv.n. ?,___.__________ ._ 4.SK termined mat.r..t, prlod.within to >e 'de Notes for Spe .. .. .1. D.f..ds.ts.Clvii If the cu..tom T I. not "perfectly t

.Lot 43 ____________-_ .-_.___.._.__ C Thom. ._-.___ ________ t.4t.S1 from by the; Co.ncl the laaue two .Jo-Pomluory Carry with Calotab One tablet at bedtime with /,v

Lot(69.,7O and 71_ __- --____.__ T, C e Ji___._________ y..ar. notes, the Intersat and principal of,Indebtedness .....C.rtn.t. Aetleaj naiaaace* .1. a swallow of water-that'. a Ne taate.VBO
. \V. LlII,'. .. ... fer lo..U..I. nausea sriplntY BO By
A./It. payable In gold coin, or it.equivalent. abutting property owners along no m.j
1Lota 4. 5.and Blok 1-----__ S. LatlaWT ____ _-_____.__" __n 18.Ot at the,of floe'of the Trea.i.ufr now being paved TO: Inf your liver thoroughly -4 ,
;--"W, I1H ft. of .. Block X.. D. Frace ._____________.._ 15.08 of ssJd wherever the la ntl.r loin of $1'L000.00AgainstProtnniissory Florida Lumber A Crate Comnnny are feelIng! ., with a d. .
baA' vL neavanSak->I>lv. .(, 'f4 . purchaser c.r.: aald A corporation oriranlaev and exl.tinvunder I you b.lJ.ppt F'
4J,. S14-.f NW11. ._. or of notes the lawa of the Ita.. of New3ersey Ute. Eat wb' please- ,
NI.1 for
Notes
',\!- ':. ., T. XSl. R . may dl"n.t. ad lott-toe Special Fund to Carry Certificates William H. Rad..ms..kar.Pan' about )0. D.I\ ,

,Lota- 4 1---------o--. H. TIUe __._____. .---- .11 I.u.d. ti.r lurp. PUNpa which. of Indebtedness A..e I Plata H. Menk of New and James Jeraey, .. Kelv. whomIt* Ca..D sold b.bu,.OH aa"- .", Ih
CV A. .
against "
(. wer/e on depoalt In the State Bank of abutting 1ity. \
;.I of / pro. may You and of you N i
N ft. Lot
4 ,.A 17H eon..rn' .acl r
Lw',1 c Klnlmmee at the r tim of Its closing; DOW '
f '. 4 ottA ijherrby Dot .d C.t above .ceIitI.ITadvj .. 4 ,,1t

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r ,)BGHT . THE, KISSIMMCB .,VALLEY' GAZETTE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER'. 17,. 1920V / ,
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rn': and at ":$0 j>. m. All arc invit* County High school' graduate, who do Jiot look for any decided: ehansr* .O.. .t..t. "' "., ,, . Ott ._t..h. .. . . .1,0.., .
ti IMPORTANT SUBJECTS ed to bar'him. v has just received her A B.:,degref Of course ,lower cost of materialb Th store of Mr*.. Ollie from the State down .tk : '
arrooery Collegefor- ,Women, >ings prices, bUtriot to I .
IIirri, is opened againor'business at Tallahassee will teach.expression' extent some anticipate,,for the labor I : : -
'- 'AT CITRUS SEMINAR .Jersey 1 a..nue'.and.11th. atr .t., Miss W.lnn is specially prepared for cost will remain high, right at the JUST A S .

Mr and Mrs. __,, L. JCibbl. hav. her work"By' four rears,, in the department prelent scale and ,transportationcharges '.
.' old their residence on Wisconsin of expression at the state will be higher. ,' I
Liter* ing Projra Beg ''AnredMuy avenue to heir Bixler, of the Baptist college where she received her certificate Silks offef an interesting. atudy. ,::. .

C'i Geod Speaker To BePreMit church 'of St....Cloud. / the third year, and also by Silk which sold at $18, was down toe 1
/ Mrs. E.!: Cranston and daughterElla study, under-Madam Curry, the dean $ in the market, few days, ago. rREMI'NDR: )
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aad WIll Talk. : and Jrf.... Ackias Ban,* enjoye< of the Curry School! Expression: Georgettes >which, formerly were
--.- the company of N.... J., O. ,yreeland, Boston, for' two' summers Miss $4.60 are less than a dollar on the ,
A. recently announced; the Eleventh last Saturday afternoon.. Winn's class is already assuming market today. What about the' re-
Annual Citrus Seminar will beheld Comrade Gould hasHwugM a home large proportions. tailor ,who has his shelves stocked

October 6th and 6th at tbe Un- on Wisconsin avenue' and 13th street, In spesking' of the outlook' for the with silks at a high price.?' How ..
Iverslty of Florida under the.; direction He has Just returned from the soidiert ,- schools jprof. Fillers said:. The opening much can he afford to cut? It' Is a JL ,:.. '/

of the Florida Agricultural Ex. home, at Johnson City Tenn.. days are certainly busy ones, very topsy turvy 'condition said one ,

tcpnion' Division. Mr. "and Mrs., Kibble will occupy specially Is this true when all the silk man and the prices ,of silk will '' :. '
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authorities have gone great (
) The Comrade's. Johnson's" house for a thlloccasion. furnish
faculty are not present as on an interesting study for. '
; distances for speakers this year and while. We are making,every ef- some time to com. THAT "WE, HAVE ," f'OU'J"f"mE EXPENSIVE: DEiSVERY': !f.
'"' they have arranged a program that Mrs Wm. Phipps" is In receipt 01( fArt to secure two more teachers for In other lines, such as shoes and .

{I" probably exceeds in' interest. nny of a letter from her son-in-law, 0 C, 'the high school and hope these efforts hats, there /seens no trend' away HABIT AND ARE DIVIDING THE, COST WITH OUR CUSTOMERS i.
: similar meetings in. years. Whife, as Knight, stating that last Friday will be rewarded soon from present prices, although" it ,i, .
usual, there will be members of the night while on their way home from "The attendance of i opening week seems as though the peak has been .

,, Agricultural College faculty, and of Mascot, they Were run into by an Is materially Increased over that of reached. r
the Extension end ExQcrlrrsntal: auto at Plant City, and Mrs. Knight which results in a greatlycrowed But shoppers, as they pass along Saturday and
Staffs on the program, it was and children being thrown out, Mrs condition."In and note the prices on the store ; Monday Specials: .:
thought advisable to secure speak Knight being hurt the worst. She the high school we have 68 windows seem to be firm In the be- f .
ers from elsewhere in addition. was taken to the hospital on Saturday girls and 27 boys, making a total of lief that "prices are gonna come .. ..Ib sack Pillsbury Flour----------------------------$2.o0
Ir. H. J. Webber will be the principal and it Is hoped she will be all school down and '
95 pupils. In the Grammar that's what they 247lli .
r citrus from outside I sack Gold Medal 1 Flour ___________ __ ___ 1.95
speaker on i I eight: In a-.few days.CONFEDERATE. there are 61 girls and. 29 bqys, making are waiting for, many buying -sparingly -. _-_____
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has been recognized 1
'.1 by the the State.United He States Department of' VETERANS a total of 90. The intermediate just as the retailer is now 24-tb sack Self'Rising Flour -__,_________________________ 1.80
department, including the 6th to 4th buying. It's. polity of "watchful

Agriculture, and by citrus growers I,I ATTENTION: FLORIDA SONS OF grades enrolled 104 girls and 98 wa!:ing" all\ along the line at .pres 15-Jt pc/k; Irish Potatoes ,____________.:_____________-__ .53
as one of the leading authorities nn of
boys.,a total 202. In the primary ent. '
\. citrus work in this country. He has in The annual session of this association department there 99 girls and 136 Gallon Crystal Karo .____________________,_?___________ .99

done Breeding extensive while investigating associated I i|I will be held in Houston, Texas, boys a total of 236' pupius. ANTHRACNOSE DEMANDS No. 10 Can Lard .f '_ ,. 1.75 "+'"'
plant Iolt -------- ----- --- ; .
WIth' 'i October 6th-8th. Then a General Re- Is too !Aoon to state just what ---------- ---- .
United
I.., Agriculture the and States with Department the New York union of the' Confederate. Veterans! the nature of the student activitiesfor PROMPT ATTENTION I Good Green Coffee __________h______________..________ .19 yv .
Is will\ be held, at the same time and the.year will be other than the Anthracnos .;rifru.. fruits il\ coiree '
aW State, the College author of Agriculture.of many valuable He place. This will be a wonderful oc- literary society which will be organ caused by the same fungus that ,r Good Ground ___ _______-_________.._-_________ -25
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casion and I trust that each Regimental ized soon. I should' like to see basket withertip. I Sugat'-
bulletins. From all this it is seen ; causes Therefore, in 5-lbs. Granulated .87
ball track and featured
swimming -h--------i'--------------
the Citrus Seminar and Camp Commander will\ I where withertip is !-nt, I
that he will 1 come to I| (groves pr va :
.M 1* immediately appoint official representatives this year both for boys and! girls anthramose 2. pkgs. Macaroni ____ _ _________ : .
in a position to discuss citrus and I should favor the organization> mav be expected The - -: _______________ .15
from their a matron .
i. problems from standpoint.an unbiased. and rtutliorative 1(' of honor chaperone camps, one sponsor of a i girls' athletic association'' I I ed.disease sunken is manifested patches in the by d.I'k)101'skin'! of the I, 1 Doz. Baby Pet Milk 7-_ _.._!__________________._____ .90

: Another sneaker from outside the me, and of said two appointments.maids of. honor. Notjfy MISS NINA BKATTON : fruit The darkened spots tray he I 1'Doz. T."" Lbby's: ..h_________________.._,_____________ 1.70
'i State will be Dr. Harper formerly I I regular or irregular in outlin Thelesions

Director of the, South Carolina Ex- I The Atlantic Coast", Line is the official GIVES DINNER PARTY I I| may occur as a number of 2 cans No. 2 Tomatoes __________________.;_____________ -25 .
Ii pertinent Station. Another will be route for the Sons of Veterams small pin-head spots, or they may
Profl'lIsor'Y'' C. Lasdeter, formerly I and its official ,ladies. The railroads Miss Nina B 8ttOn.. entertained at I I I involve a large portion of the fruit
Director of the Arkansas Agricultural have announced a rate of one cent dinner Tuesday, followed by an informal :,: According tn P. H. Rolfs, Bean of

Extension Division, but now per mile each way. evening, inviting her guests, the College of Agriculture, the first MV'E SELL IT FOR CASH \
t h editor of the Southeastern' edition of I, The Atlantic Coast Line will, take Misses Cecilia Overatreet, Elon |!'sign of the disease is dropping fruit .
,r the Progressive! Farmer Atlanta us via Montgomery, Ala., where a Cuire, and her guest, )Ethel: Stanford i This is particular true of grapefruit : WE SELL IT FOR LESS" /
{ I Ga. He will speak on Farts Bureau I[ stop of three hours will be made so Hattie Eby, Elsie Norton, Ella Hugh 'and to a lesser degree of tangerines I

'., Organization: a matter of special interest we will have an opportunity of seeing Milling, and Avis Stenstrum, of San- and round orsnJr 's. The disease

.! to citrus growers. the first "White House" of the 'ord. rarely appears on any of th<> fruits
Below is (,riven a list of different Confederacy. From there we go to befcfre coloring, except possibly on The TAYLOR SYSTEM 4'
.\0 subjects which will be taken\ up and New .Orleans, then on to Houston PICNIC PARTY tangarines. Fruit on weak, poorly
\ Ticketa will be sold October 2nd, 3rd I ,
;r' discussed: I Ir nourished trees Is especially ';
r ... .PpUsh and Phosphoric Acid i in, and 4th, limited to Octobot! 31st. See A M-Storv and family, Lvles Sto- tible.! .u.cepI'I'I i :
:' -CUtJa Fertilizers. that your tickets are routed A. C. L. ry and family, Mrs. A. Cotterman:: Ammoniacal solution of copper KISSIMMEE _. HAINES. CITY \
'1 fi; .. Economic Use of Fertilizers in to Montgomery, L. &; L. to New and daughter, Mrs J. L. Bronson carbons is recommended. for con- ,

1 citrus: Groves Orleans and Southern Pacific to and daughter) Mrs. Baker and son trol. The spraying must be prompt o.to.o.o. ,..Ot..o..o..oo.o.o..o. ..
<1'\\.., Fertilizer Formulae. Houston. We will leave Tampa via, Lawrence J. R. Redditt, Mrs. Campbell and thorough I if it is to be effective 1
q Drainage for Citrus Lands. Atlantic Coast Line at 11:30: a. m., and Mrs. Wells, were a pleatfint Every part of the fruit must be -...--

Parasites that Destroy Citrus In- leave'Jacksonville 8:15: p. m., Octo- picnic party motoring to Lake Con- moistened, but not drenched.: Ipef-; fine lake front near Klaalramee.
acts. ber 3rd. If v you desire reservations way 'for recreation Thursday after- ficient spraying is useless. Keep the Classified AdvertisementsFOR One of prettied building sties I lathe
,I t in sleeping car call on or write Y. noon. solution State ThIs la a bargain. .1.'K. '
Storage of Citrus Fruits. I from the leaves and branch-i Mattock ML Dora Via. J7-tt +1
1". Citrus By-Products. R. Beaslev: district passenger agent, es as much as possible Reneat In' 3
', Cover ''Crons in Citrus Groves. Atlantic Coast Line R. R., Tampa,j LOOK FOR DROP IN PRICE'OF days or two weeks Results will show RENT WANTED. U wWANTED.Piaa

Present Prospects .in Nursery Fla.. or A.M.. Fritot, division passenger in about two weeks i _
CLOTHING THIS FALL Yon RENT bed
'I: Atlantic Line R. I -Lariw cool room Sewlnic. 11* Mali-
agent. Coast
.-I: Stocks. light housekeeping aparlm .I. anda brtte. 40-I t.WANTEDFlfly .
i?, Quarantine Inspection Work. R., Jacksonville, Fla., at once. New York, Sept. 6 --Are clothes NOW IS THE TIME TO I .garage al, au Church St. 18-tf
The Citrus Canker Situation. This Rate Applies. tronna be cheaper this Fall and Winter million, (-0,100.000):
I 1. To members of the United REPAIR FARM MACHINERYThe LOST feet of Pine Timber from Owner.
Farm Bureau Organization. ? Like Hamlet said on the "to Alrenta need not answer Money
,..Th noted accommodations ofGainesville Confederate Veterans and to their is ready J B .
T be or not to be" problem..that rush season on the farm can- I.rOHT-A Star .. have been materially improved families. the question." not be devoted '' Rats'tore and tOB boaumont. ;_
; the increased< d- 2. To members of Sons of Confederate to making repairs Leave at Kat,,' -tor and reoelmreward.
meet *
:. to And it is a question which N not Time is too valuable then to have to WANTED--Man with team or auto.....
'mands. Everything will\ he done to Veterans and their families. only bothering the buying public, but arid I 40-H-pU who ran CiVIL, bond to .ell Ira Wat.f -.
repair implements
make the those 3. To members of Confederate machinery. T kin. home aIM ,farm products BlKfeit -
of
1. "; stay attending s y I the retailer, the wholesaler and the There is a certain amount of scare j 7 FOR SALE concern ot klpd In the world,
Memorial association and
pleasant and; as profitable. :'s possi Southern manufacturer as well. time during August and early Sep I to >6000 yearly nl......... Write 6
ble. However Is advisable that! to their families. Conditions right now are very unusual tember Because of the" natural FT>K 8AL>R:-6 room house barn wood today to J. It. WATKINS CO., Hept.
they who contemplate attending 4. To members of the United in many lines of merchandise l in let-up hed, garden: chicken >ard. a few 118. Wlry>na. Wi.... til-It .
cultivation. This is ideal]
crop an fruit of ahadi.*. A. M
and trpea
plenty
of the ;
Daughters Confederacy
'f these meetings to make their reservations and leading wholesalers and time the 4A-lt. ; WANTKD--T* lease a farm of 8'r ,
ovlr j' Story
In advance. Information' on to their families. And to all\ official facturers when interviewed manu-j and machinery. the Implements i i +. ....-- more acres with or without Block :)
hotel accommodations wlU 'be ""for ladies, matrons, chaperones, spon- this city, frankly admitted lubricate Sharpen cutting FOR HAI..K--5-room furnished Cottage for a trrm of years with or withoutprlvllPKK 1)-)_,
warded direct to in sors and .ptaids.IdentiMation i I edges and the wearing ,I at 4.0 Church .tre<.t. Apply to J. of buying; Send full In- I
1 the'growers a I I could make no' prediction parts; repair the harness; and tight I. rowan at above number 9-tt.. formation In first Irtter Adtlrrai: 'It,
certificates will be
Uhvater T. Mackay, Hoi 549 Matapolaett. -
!' Remember the date:=October 5th forwarded to all officers of above -I' en up all bolts. Make"\ such necessaryrepairs FOR 8ALE-fleav draft horse, w"or- Maaa. 40-4L ..1''pARIIERs
and 6th and the Gainesville associations to be couutersigned.andissued now, says Prof.; Frazier Rofr- o..ad harness. J. N. Parker Ill ''
ll h' ; ; place of the fall and winter season _'
'. 'I ening era of the Florida Agricultural Colt Royal St. -4t-pd.. -Send today for a fr
Florida.. by them; All camp command. in lines would have a sample oopy.ot the Florid Farmer
prices some Time- ,
legs when have lit "-
spent we .
era will Immediately /write Gen. N.II. ,' to downward and FOR 8A1.19=Oood ....ond.b-F..0'1. ; mad Btockmaa, published at JackaonVIH" -
Forrest, Headquarters tendency sag tIe to' do will mean that much time raid. 8am O. J"tI\IIJldale. I'bone IS. Telia about livestock ral.- I'
Reunion
: ST CLOUD there may be ,m.terlal.redllctlons. saved, for when we are ready to use S1tf.FOR Inir. dairying, poultry, oitrua fruit ,
Houston Texas for of
r ., .a supply by next. spring. the machine we cannot afford and trucking.- weekly, at II00-per :
to
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above certificates 'You cannot buya But no decided drqp may be expected SALES-Fine residence property, :year-.-three le..a for $3.5*.. ''Oay| ,
railroad ticket .unless have a stop. S quarter-block, seven roomed bourne, livestock .n farming paperIB .
.t, you this fall, wholesalers stated, Last but not least, daft fall ,to orange trees, pecan trees, live oak. the state' Writ today. ,,, .
.JI'II. Wm. Empgon: who has beenSt'nding certificate.The in spite of prevent market conditionsin give all of the wooden portions a flower. vines, shrub Oarage, I 1 ")
Rice Hotel. Houston, Texas, woodshed and two 'rooms Inrear WANTKn--Men for dredges -toady
the summer at Franklinv woolens and silks, even though spar
coat if red It I
is ,
paint. more essential for work god good quarters ant
will be Writ at Reason .elline propertytoo pay
.I Pf. :end Lockport. N. P. arrived headquarters. once Mr. and Mrs. Purchaser for an _
; loop in Florida than elsewhere be larire for preaent owner. Apply food; -axrpllent chance fur promo- *' \"
\i ,110m.;Fricb v ,Jnornlng- She. was ac for reservations. If you rnnnot obtain immediate re4uctJon in cause of our ,humid climate and long Valley Qamette. 1-lt. tlon. Address: The Arund..l Corporatlon. '-'
companied\ her Donald a certificate communicate with I for instance the various Miami ria. t1.54'WAlerlerTobuy <
.. by. irranditqn, Jake warm summer both of which aid in \/
the undersigned and he will supply FOR SAlilll-Horlle. and Mulea. Inquire -- -
Gonnlion who will attend ichool lines of women's wear always noted dngalow fir'i'i...
decay of wood Metal portions also of J. C Miller. l.-tf.FCHt $ f
.k ,here this whiter.. Mrs. CInnnison those entitled to attend Respectfully for putting a crimp in the family need protection from ruat na Ut- r rnomsana. complete bath room,city '''If
( and Mr. ,Fmpaon will follow later. Sl/MTER L. LOWRY bankroll.. An authorttv on this line tIe for SAliK-Work horse and few water sewer, on paved' *tre.> tl.. Jr
} will muck
spent all\t lowe.i ,
save T
l -W Ur .-mnd,.MM., Theorode Deaehner Commander Florida Division. Sons of trade said when interviewed on ,farming Implement, cheap. b. price for ex-h. Addren .r. '
r+ spent for new"i.achlner)'. 1 Wagner North' Bermuda Ave. 40.tf __O._ Box_ 7111"Bt. Cloud.ru.S' .L 1 (
)i who have been-apending'tho'summer: Confederate Veterans prices that nothing definitely could I 1 I ,; J
.,. ,*t .Vhiton.- Iowa, arrived, horn Fri- be given: out. "We won't know FI"+,serib. far ....' Vfley'' o.tt.: FOR 'SL.R-14 acre ,tract., cleared. Ladles, don't forget to regietgrk .rw >f'.
d. ,. day.eYenln,.. LARGE ATTENDANCE 'FEATURES where we are at until the season opens : -.--. ..7 i" T ,. ., rs" _, ,'< ....'"1

Mr ."\M. E. 'Brown, who hall been OPENING OF: ,PUBLIC: SCHOOLS. in the fall,"' he stated.. The retailers ,. .
J the at Medina 0. have orders heav "'PI '
,spending summer notplaced .'P :
,arrived home Saturday. eveninR. (Continued from' Pare One) ily. They have bought sparingly ia .J ,. !
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r ton, .wen the dinner guests on Sun Miss Medora Russell.. are holding off for lower price . i 'ii,'
'd.1.of M-sl Nelllo' Burns at the St. 1st Grade, Mrs. Iris Schook, MSss afraid to stock up. Whether stocks .. : ,
4 4 .Cloud'hotel;"Afterward! all attending Edna Schweikart and Miss Emma!; will be thrown on the market at .

.5 Mrvfee' at Narcoosaee, held by"Rey.j .Yowell. primary principal. lower prices, however., is the ques : r8(;:; ;
v limner of the Christian church. .- Miss -Myrtilla F. Beats, whose re tion. ,
f ,I' '. ''The-Ladles' 'Baptist! ,Mission Union ,covery from a long and serious illness That Is also the exact situation In :
"-will :meet at' the home of Mr. Bert seem almost miraculous, is men's clothing. Retailers are holding Fords'oir- ii. I

cl .Getuford. FPlda1..afternooll.' at 2:80.. again'in. charge of the music depart oft for lower prices, although present : : ::1
,AH' eome. ment of the school and is enrollinga material and with a high labor' cost. '
,. n Rev. Biztey wH 'preath in the Bap- large number of pupils. Perhaos prices will be lower after a j
.tillf' "*"rrK'en Sunday at' 10:30: a. Vi*_ (trace Winn An Omreola time. but ertwrts In the.. rVifh'ny Une ,: h
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