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 24, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00978
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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td \ OF KISSIMMEE I The reception-given Friday evening 'wo Miss requests Albina to Smith assist has receive hous FALL MEETlfGSEPTEMBER "'

to,the by teachers the bPoithers'' of the-''Teachere'public scHools Club Special Paving Refund(; date.'vives., in .canning beef country, at an early"- 3/

G r AMBER COMMERCE here was a pronounced success for Canning meat by the use of the ;30TH
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it was largely attended and a "Homey"
steam cooker
Notes Vote'of 2 to 1 pressure has proved so '
" '"" feeling prevailed throughout the by convenient that those who tried it -.: '

Big Att duce at Tuesday Meeting evening: which excluded all formal. is an experiment last year are repeating Packing HOOM ..(, ,fer BuciiettNew .

-J. DA oodbeck Made Secretary ity.Mrs. -- the process this season. New Equipment law
;; \ W. J, Fripp presided and announced . -Bif
That Kissimmee property ownersare ed, in the sum of $15,000, was lost Mesdames Lum Bass and Robert
-Auto Park Committee the numbers of the following I Svrrl crease if Badness-Book* .
are contemolating cpnvertinv
emphatically in favor of street : by a margin of seven votes.
Named Member interesting program which was Flbrida fed into luscious cr... October let.TitVfa11 ;
41ew Join. fully appreciated the paving was proved beyond the shadow That of issuing promissory notec grass '
judged by
of a doubt Saturday when the to :retire outstanding warrants teaks and roasts, encased In tin or. l' .
That the Klei mee Chamber of applause each and every number received returns of the election board were against the electric light and water rlass, as is most convenient. l meeting of the Kl simm .... ..'

, Commerce has taken a newlease, of Piano: Miss Gussie: Winn. made, 'for two thirds of the vote funds;, in the sum of $9,000, was 'dis The farmers' wives of this sectionire e' Citrus Growers Association will
r life and is ready and anxious to selection cast favored the issuance of promissory tinctly unpopular, and was defeatedby > valuing the short cut to a perfectly i he held Thursday, Scot" em her *Oth**
about the business Reading, Miss Grace Winn. prepared meal via the .', 'It the company's packing house be.
bring greatest activity pry ,
the .
"' Vocal notes to replace special paving a vote of nearly! two to one. ,
here" was evident from the number, Mrs. II. Smedall, funds on deposit in the State The Vote. .. sure cooker route and a number of Tinning at 9:30: o'clock, when every ,
large attendance which 'featuied. the with Miss Lucy Buckles at the piano. Bank, to the sum of $27,24(1.36.( For special paving funds---- these" useful cookers have beeR purchased ,; member of the organization should ,'
meeting called to Reading, Miss Margaret Stanford hundred and are'now being,, Tuesday evening The teachers then asked to Nearly two men and women Against!: special paving funds.... _44 ,
jf make a few I.Changes in the fry-laws- were qualified but only 136( votes For special funds to carry certificates subject which will come up for con- '
give three minute echo of- the .
a vacation I .5
of the or an"'ation. days and with were cast.: Of this number 2B _____ ___-____ ____ ___ .GO COTTON GOODS CUT, ONETHIRDIN i +" tlon.
3 It has been.found neCC'sRRrv'to re- responded some were women and only two of these Against special funds to carry BY BIG/COTTON The most important question will
of these
.1,4 duce the number of members' 'n- happenings pleasant failed to appear at the polls. Mrs. certificates .57 I 'ikely be the pooling: problem. The 1
( times --- -- ---- ----- -- .
r 1\t'i''C'CJuire4..lfor.\ ) a quorum and. thin was: Supt. Yowell responded' to a call' W. B. Harris was the 'first womanin For ,, ateI'' and light refund notes 37 Manchester, JT: H., Sept. 22.- consensus of opinion at "present '

" G' tft'-j.nimpu" vote. for a talk as did Leo H. Wilson, and Kissinfmee to vote under the suffrage AgMt water and light refund HeHuction of JIS 1-3 per cent in the among the growers seems to be' that '

:Alt, aoine discussion lion. W. J. T\r. Dresch of the act, and Mrs. Lowell was sec nova ____ ____.____._____.__61 price of manufactured cotton good tWit pools would prove most satisfactory -
e !Sear! ; F. C. Bryan and A. S. Gilbert, church., pastor Presbyter.ia Thd|- city council will take step. was announced today in the statement :, one for each variety of t
were appointed as a committee to look ond.The fruit closing at Christmas, and the,
iXP. Timmons. the Ford deajer, proposithnr-of issuing promis- immediately to realize on the special of' Amoskeag Manufacturing -
after the tourist! camp ground on who the club in sory notes to carry certain certificates streetf paving refund notes and as Company here. I second beginning at the holld>iya.'
Main street with a view of obtaining preparing of indebtedness assessed soon as this can be done it is thoughtthe This week's production of cotton I However, the subject will come up ...
public ground
they play t was
more ground and installing for general discussion at the fall .
present and was celled on for a few against abutting property owners Adams-Evans Paving Companywill by the factory which employs 1.000 I '
proper sewerage to make the camp words. The conversation along certain streets now being pav- continue .their-contract- at once. Workmen, was 4,000,000 yards Fear meeting. .V.J
became ;
sanitary for the visitors who will be w ....., ..,L -- that the cotton market, already unsettled The Exchange packing house bse.
!general and\ during this pleasant
flocking in flare soon. been put in perfect order and might
beaause of heavy cancellation
The matter of securing a secretary hour Meadams S. I. Lupfer, J. Z open up the packing season today.
Roberson and Q. J. Rountree nerved DR. RUTTE MAKES DR. SANB'ORN GIVES. of orders might reach a situation -
however, was the matter of cooling fruit'puifeh and wafers. similar to that which, has forced All .old machinery has been discardedand .
greatest importance, and this also new ap-to-date apparatus installed t.II'
the closing of the company's woolen I 'cJ .
was decided by'' a unanimous vote of factories In Its place. -This was necessary "
STRONT was given as rea.onfor
the meeting when J. D. Woodbeck'w RABBIT CLUB RECUVES APPEALTO the price reduction.C. to increase.its.?capacity sufficiently ;
application was announced. REGISTERED STOCK to handle the large Increase '. -

Mr. Wood ck"s name has been C. JORDAN SECURES of business which has already signed :
favorably mentioned for the position Two pairs of handsornVl-eifistered WOMEN VOTERS OSCEOU PEOPLE up for the season ''. ,
since the resignation of J. E. Down- rabbits have reached th4 Oweoly I FINE PICTURES FOR CASINOC. Last year the hoitae doubled its't\ ..

ing, and it Seemed to be the case of 'ounty rabbit club and are new owned r f business and another, Increase estimated .
the office seeking the man, for it by Stanley Chapman, of ;.rssim- Band Civet Fine Concert As Large Every Session of the Two Day Meeting C. Jordan has just returned at 30 per cent"Js' already on

.. was generally believed that the mee and lewis Gussaz of St, CJour;, Audience Gather Te Hear Ad- WeD Attended and Muck from a business trip to Atlanta, Ga., I the books for 1920-1921. ::1
in the interest of his picture
chamber of commerce couldn't do A third pair is which"will moving Manager H. C. Piano 'is watchingall '. .
: dreti Speaker Urges AU Good Interest Aroused Ask theater. Mr. Jordan that if '
Davis -Agent*
better than to employ him in that be given to Doyal as soon'ap says the corners and though not a
capacity. .t reaches here. Women To Register and Vote. Per Poultry Institute. prices of moving picture films does pessimist, he declares there is noX1""
Mr. Woodbeck accepted the position These rabbits come from the Overton -- not come down that the small town use in being: caught without ma| ril r

heaving the question entirely to Zoo, Memphis, Tenn., and arc The first political meeting, ever The'.'State poultry specialist Dr.Nathan exhibitors will have to close thei" 'n case of a car shortage which some
the board of governors, suggesting it Jew Zealand Reds. 'Ailed in Kissi'mmee which includedts' W. Sanborn, spent the early theaters which will mean about 60 a'kerRepredid but will have 20,000

might! be better to wait and see what The boys are already planning to women as prospective voters part of the week in Osceola (county picture. houses in the state of Florida boxes in the house when the season 'L-

could be accomplished. lisplav their bunnies at the South was held Thursdav evening ft the ma kins' his headquarterse in Kissim opens. In fact three cars of crate :t
He entered upon his duties at once '''Jorida! Fair, which is one of the hand stand. with Dr. D. H. Rutter, of mee _talk> .visiting the surroundingecmmupities. The pictures are nor only high b" m>t''fni| are On the way now. IIr
and has already begun putting a "nditions of the contract. The only ')ayton, Beach, speaker. |t The meetings, without !save but it is Difficult to get 'a\.v Mr. Piano predictslate season ;t1'...

number of good ideas into effect. inan I ther condition is that they give Dr. Rutter came in response to a..exception were well attended and for new pictures without paying extra this year. at pll"last't"";:weeb late j/fy,

interview with a representative of I ack to the donor a pair of rabbit*., 'nvitation from the Democratic: |'the information disseminated" by Dr. them. than usu.lragerubflhi( s4iwlef. .athJ tier
the : he committee. ':Scnborn Mr. Jordan, however, booked dateson 100''-ft.- 'llKbe'' the middle
Gazette KX'ff* from their first litter of young ounty executive to speako will without doubt lead to comes
. "The work ie-1Jw-to me, of course -- - the womca, voters of this county, | n"ire intelligent" mariner of caringfor the best plays in the market" of October betore'the"louse, will begin -
but I have a few plans on which I "(> imoresR uptui them as forciblv as poultry on the Onceola farms such as "The Revenge of Tarkan., shipping. ;
will put in action at once For instance TOO MUCH LIQUID REFRESHMENT "\ooo8ible the importance of register-1| and city back yard pens. for"October 1st: "Up in Mary's Attic " The hot September weather is likely 11'1/

the tourists shoull be aided 'ne before the books clone" and votingt On Monday morning Dr Sanborn, October 8th; "Blind" Youth responsible1'. .this.-condition which !i
in the e'ertion. October 15th: "BvangeJine, October is reported At1/Vr" tfce' 'Mate.
getting .at9j.'able locations here general ccomosn'{ bv the coun'y agents. -
and I hope -Sftvery person who has Two men and a woman giving Wlhil\ the crowd ,was assembling, Leo HI Wilson and Miss Albina 22nd, and several others as good. According Mr. Plane, Oaceola ( '

rooms, furnished or unfurnished, to 'heir residence as St. Petersburg, 'he Kissimmee band, under the di- Smith, met the-peoole o-f the Center has a large. crop of fruit thU sea >,
to rent, will send a list of them with :au.ied a little excitement Monday | -tion of J. D Woo eck, rendered, Park settlement at the home of Mrs. 69TH ANNIVERSARY OFREBEKAH son. 'At. first It was thought the 'J"CY

all the inf f rotation polM information will\.J>fe'% valiable to all to a cafe on Broadway, and it if .) when it is r rr>endbered there ectiton have been greatly interested ins.ecoa.'geveal..the; ;,t. that .'the ': ;

, parties ..e.kM4.s! !;} eM.aome-tiQl. .aid took out UUMV bottle jjf'liquuJjffeshment .....e been no falls Thr ig7a yttTHon. 'n nJftry( for two: or thrreyears Ki ftimm *..R.brkah 'Lodire>.lMo.':42, lwlb:int('mostly7tretis..-.hsilraaplir,1

here. -\. ; .. and began passing' II W. J. Sears called the meet- and have nice flocks of birds. At commemorated the. "I'xtynlllt'h.annl-1 and fa .showing ups flow,.th.te0lor-14': :y. .
_ h. "I shall keep'W'retrinter' Jat".i-h round their party, in full sight of 'ng' to order bv saving: "I beve ad- tin 'conclusion of the address Dr. versary of the Order, Thursday,'evening beginning to'turn" tf"gold! ; .. 'h.riruft1r .

. :N all tourist! may 'inscribe their--name* hv amused spectators, before enteric ,. Iressed Kissimmee audience \many Spnhorn !gave 'n demonstration of Sept. 16. Grace and Gussle is considerably larger 'tnarHh*'.." !';_,FM' ,
- and home addresses. ThSir'wHl. aid the eating place. Mmes and have begun by saving: urul1m the flpck." using specimens Winn Frank and Irene Reed, assisted grown last year, and of pretty.I good ,t ,. t
: strangers in locating their friends This however, was not satisfacvory 'Ladies and Gentlemen' Tonight, of Mrs. ParthiV oultry as examples.In I with the program.!: Light refreshments quality too. In some places the ,. r
i here and will -.fut1Ib'An! ; excellent te Marshal Tyson( nor Sheriff Sowever. I can truthfully say 'My the afternoon the poultry meeting were served in the dining trees showed lemon scab but that;

rsa'ling list for the chamber of com "ngram, though some trouble was Bellow Citizens'' \ was hojd at the home of Mrs. I room. About fifty were in attendance has been evercome. to a cerfcaia ex ,.
merce. f.yi'' xperienced in placing them under Mr. Sears reviewed the present po4 V Susan CamjM>ell- at Campbell sta. tent.There "
: "I expect to Ity&ke every visitor at \rrest. Hticnl situation with a few' fitting''tion, and so'great was the interest I. a bumper crow of oeedg.aand .
the chamber'ff* room feel !Marshal' Tyson Raid he preferred a words/, then introduced the speaker <1 question that many in the auI MASS MEETING TOMORROW. .... tangerines here and the quality

.. at home;'In Y",- leave no 'harge of disturbing the peace and Dr/ Rutter immediately captured i I thence which assembled to hear Dr. promises to be fine."i'"i; wWben "
A meeting win be hold at
uncertainty iTerce) gas to the urned them over to the sheriff in'al Sis.audience and from the first sent I-ganborn's. talk, came a long distance the mass asked what he thoufhti of;
Hart Memorial-
. warmth of loome. I ond of $150 from him to appear in 'eitces uttered held their individual :,1 Mrs. Campbell has a flock of building Saturday thenurloe the market. for Florida fruit Manager '
afternoon at 4 o'clock for '
shall keep a supply o&nTaMis on hand nayor's court in ten days. attention. Whitev. Leghorns and had expectedto of Plano said: "That is something;
which will rive ,them the, following Sheriff Ingram searched the car '' lie is a forceful speaker and his fuEBjish specimens for the flock of interesting ,the women their difficult to predict but there seent_
the in to cast
message: ind found a small supply of liquor thorough knowledge of the subject culling demonstration but the biddies city in the qualifying election. to be 'considerable inquiry for our
I You Are Invited The owner and driver of Hie car, : nade his talk wonderfully convinc- escaped and the company viewed general will be the fruit among northern merchant and (
T. M. Murphy
j You are (cordially invited to visit ivitig his name as George L. Brsm- 'ng: He spoke almost entirely to them from a distance, the speaker speaker of the afternoon.The I feel confident that this year's cit k'
the Chamber of Commerce rooms, ion was bound over to the county the women, telling of their early gave directions for this important rus crop will be a financial success" ',l
\ is held under the
meeting auspices .
I t; next door to post office where information ourt on a charge of carrying cjt un- struggle for suffrage, bringing!: theory feature of noultry raising. of the Uotners'-Teachers' club, Beoka Close October First/ ;; ,\
4r regarding Kissimmee can be ''awful amount of liguor. He was re- .> down through the long years One features, of the meeting at with the foll-l\ 'ling committee: in Mr. Piano stressed the fact- that .

to' had, and where Kissimmee's pure 'c Red on a $1 MM) cash bond till the 18th day of last August, Campbell was the inspection of a .h:1r'l8 Mrs. Ste ad, Mrs Morrison, the packing house boob'wUI close I \

', water is kept ice cool for you, free. TREET COMMITTEE iiilR : when the 19th amendment became splendid flock of'.,turkeya. the prop- Rountree, Mrs Bailey and Mrs. Cole- promptly on the first of October .I'
1 i A register Is kept of the tourists effective.! j erty of M"rs. G. /W. DronAon. Dr coincident with the closing of the .
.. for your examination to inform your GRASS AND WEEDS Dr. Ratter said it was true that Sanborn expressaat4 admiration for man. books of the Florida Citrus 11t-!; i
k friends where locating. have asked ate '' -- ------------------------------- change \
: they are : many women not for these birds! and said, they were of -
4. Make a good impression of Kis Councilman <5.: W.: jPox, who is' frage but now that it has been the Kentucky red breed. It is absolutely accessary that aH .
tt:." simmee while here, for you will sure- Chairman of the strear committee of thrust upon them he believed the At five clock in the! afternoonDr. and said he approved the "cafeteria business be signed up by that date .

jft' -17 return to the healthiest, coolest 'lie city council, is receiving some good women of the country would Sanborn spoke to the Kissimmer style," that is, aH they want and that he may have an idea ..of the..,.. ..,
town ,in Florida. No fenata. x>mpll}inh about the conditions of not be indifferent to the call anymore poultry fanciers at the Chamber of help themselves. He said it must bea amount of material needed during 'I f
he and he is endeavor- balanced ration and urged the importance the season to handle the fruit :
J. S. CADEL> Mayor streets, sa than they were indifferent to \ commerce headquarters, answering/ properly
'. Ceunty Demonstrator's office in connection ing to make the street fund go as the country's' needs during the war, many questions, as is his custom, and : of milk in the diet of and avoid buying an excess of ,
t Wilson fas chickens. Green feeds, he said, were material which costs !good money, .
Leo. H. in charge. as possible. / but would shoulder the responsibility j riving the flock culling '
"41 Mr. Woodbwck is certainly letting The grass aAd weeds are still and would register and vote. ( tien from specimens ) essential and cited results\ where that would be 'tied up till 'another '," '

f' .o grass grow under his feet, and growing very fast, he says, and Ire spoke of the crisis not which local chicken raisers. dem."stra.I' chickens had the range of peanut or shipping season. On the other handle "
'b. already secured several new keeping!: thenjr cut every two weeks this nation alone but the world Tuesday was a busy beggar-weed fields or had across to can't afford to be short when fruit :

S' -members to the organization he rep- would take entirely too much money. seern.H to be entering, and "In theprovidence I Dr. Sanborn, as he met the peoplf the hay froM these crops. Florida arrives ,,li
" ti, reaents. However he expects to close' the of God women have been of the East Lake .settlement at nine is' HOW raising as fine chickens asare The packing house will employ

growing snsva with everything neat challenged\ to aid in solving its! political -I o'clock in the morning, then retuaned grown aajr where, he says wheretkev more field crews this year though .>
t ONCE IN-KisSIMMEE \ end tidy/arid asks a little patience quesHioJns, and I believe you to Kissimmee before motoring to. St. are given among other feeds no trouble is anticipated in securing \ 11\1:
I vnv'ahundnnce: of mHk. and canna oa fpr it is said the Georgia
from food men
\; thjT people. will do vour best. ( Cloud for the afternoon sea l.n.
i ALWAYS IN I the .fields.
tfteanut beggar-weed
or Florid
He called on the good women to At the East Lake community the apple pickers are coming to
. ': J. L. Cameron, .t Marvsvillc. MILTON PLEDGER: CALLEDTO register: if for no other reason than I company assembled at the home of After better feeding the speaker the for the citrus season The packing '
" influence of those 'I urged better selection, telling house and field crews will l likely include -
to the
overcome ;
of win- Robert which i
Ohio one our most popular FATHER'S: DEATHBED Byrd. was especmUf out the flock and
; who base. He of the need I neoesfljtjrof; culling nearly one hundred men a* v
: ter visitors in writing to subscribe were spoke fitting, as Mrs Byrd is achieving" the hens that lay.
for the TaHe r Oaaette, has the following Attorney Milton Pleger was railed tf woman's ennobling influence now I success in the raising not only chickens keeping This fact only oaf be evtablUhed by looking Mon as the house is running full capacity.

! ,, !: kind words to say' for Kis- .Jo'Marianne Monday. Sept. 13th, by that the country racked with inter ', but turkeys as well. At the for certai<|\pains. he said. The* +
simmec: f' wire stating that his father way in nal disturbances brought about by close of hill address Dr. Sanborn
short the ( '
stubby bulging
f spt. 18th. 1920. critical condition. He left immediately theI.I. W. W. and ether undesirable I used specimens to demonstrate his and the beak, shown by tests eye PRINCE PELA OF AFRICA

" Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Kissimmee and was at his bedside until residents.He' rules for culling out the flock, then indicate capacity'layers. Hens layingnow IN "
afternoon when he spoke of new laws to take the good ; LECTURED KISSIMMEE ..
Fla. i Tuesday passed ; the audience adiourned to the yard should be considered I in the laying ,
Oace in Kissimmee, always' in Kj-. beyond. He was at the ripe old age place of those which BOW give the to look at Mrs. Bvrd's poultry. I class and be marketL 'n selecting
'l: absolute control children Prlace Pela Penick.. who says his
"' mee. This! seems bo be a maxim of 83. father of The Tuesday afternoon meeting in pullets mark those wUch develop
among our people. If aH go: that are Mr. Pledger remained until the and made facetious mention of an the grove park at St. 'Cloud wasI and the father was the royal ruler over many "...
"i rapidly huckoathers
t: JT*. talking about it, von will have butte -funeral services were held and the old law which permitted a man to I more largely attended than the for early. Early grow maturity is de0\red. thousands of Africans of the Tlra-
" a colony of us. I have tried ,many body wa laid to rest in the family whip his wife. i mer sessions and much ''ntore" was The third waa bet- buctoo tribe, was in Kiasimmee this t''
L" places' in Florida but always hid up lot at Marianna. In closing!,\ Dr. Rutter spoke of the |'manifested xin the address.' Several speaker's he interesting. week and lectured at the St. James ; .
ter and
re-ord breeding gave A. ),I. .E Church in West Kissimmee
tT ,
I' in. Kissimmee' for the wintef. The splendid Congressman :i poultry raisers from Narcoossee tests which have established! the
. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY ANNI- Soars. and urged the to vat on' :Tuesday and Thursday nights.
\ people there are so kind and clever women assist were in the andienre. of careful selection of birdir
in returning him to the halls of 1 ue a The prince is an unusually Inbellr- p i.
." that I have become attaoha'd to" trv} VERSARY A. R. Lcavitt provided the chickens from to '
and look to on with the plans of instruction year year. nt negro and talks interestingly *f
- little city forward with congress go for the flocjc culling At each Sanborn
it'" pleasure. to meeting you again. -- Mrs. I. H. Wetherbee celebratedher development which he has so well from his stock of Barred Rocks. a few' minutes t. queries Dr and many Il'av'I I h. .country and its future. He was

ti;: I am enclosing remittance for birthday anniversary very pleas begun.Dr. I When Dr. Sanbom asked for questions pu7.linr problems will now be intelligcnOv adopted by the late Bishop Peniak.vho and, "
"f which send met Butter's address was well received two sick chickens broughtin '' lus a missionary to Africa
please your paper. antly Sunday at the Wetherbee were handled by the aid of the fltiteen ?1
and I wiN call and renew when I country home on East Lake. and will without doubt greatly for inspection One had developI Information{ given. brou rno this country when
I oome. Glorious Florida, we love her The tables were set under the influence those who heard him. I tameless. This was dia&nosed as Dr 3 nhorn is an ardent believerin years I iXa4f e. He was educated at

hospitality and her genial clime. grape arbor and there, dinner and naused by unbalanced ration. The Florida! sad; her future growth Harper's rVjrrT- Virginia. end Washington -
.'1 But Ohio is. great ; We" have thelargest supper were served. COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT TO second ailment was oronouncod aI and urged that the plans be made ( DV\.. for missionary work

.r corn crop'Ul' our """tory .and In the afternoon the party went FIX MILLAGE I case of dysentery' and oil or salts now to develop the poultry industryto in his native ountry and has made i
trips and forth between
" eount on more. apples and peaches bathing in the lake which has a fins were recommended keep pane with that growth.As several Wsfk
than for many veers; In feet all our beach there.Enjoying The' city council which has been HMIH That Lay are the Hens That a result of the interest is. poul- the United Statas and Africa.He fund ...

t' crops are bountiful and aene need to the event were Mr and meeting to equalize the tax assessment Pa*. try shown by the people of Osct"l looun is at present indWdrinl soliciting school and '
go hungry. and Mrs. I. Wletherbee and W. L. and Dr. Sanborn's nesage! has for its for an African
have completed the books : y, the county agents, Mr. Wilson }ladvV has offered te
,. Yours truly, Wetherbee and family of Orange will assemble tonight to receive th. { foundation this principal: "The Hens! and Miss Smith are asking bhe states that a thuWcause provided
a!, J. L. CAMERON. county. totals and fix the mMlare. that lay are the hens' that pay," and' state department to hold a' poultry donate $10,000 to -
ke will raise $6,0 by his own
- +-- -- said there is good in chicken \
few madeto money
Very complaints were institute here this winter.
Mrs. S. T.y Sigler and daughter, I R. B. Woodham, formerly of KIs- the assessment, though a numberof raising today even though there ban. --'--- -- efforts.
)!;; .. Miss Marll8 t. drove down to Winl. : simmee, but now of Fort Myers, property owners" called at the city been a sharp increase in the cost of Let's see: were we fighting to '
ter Haven Jfriday afternoon in order where he is engaged by- a large abstract -r clerk's office to inquire what the figures feeds, but he stressed the importance make the last war. or merely to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spading returned -
l., that the I/tier might Join 'an auto company, wan in the city this were. 1 of securing a greater number of make this rrtfe last?-Baltimore Sun today from a three o y. trip
:party en ifoute for Tampa, C. E. week greeting old friends. Mr. I eggs than the average flock sees fit Russia and Poland have n millionmen to Tampa and vicinity. Mr.Sparl
,. I Ftanallin/and family. Theyspent v"odham was. on his way home I Glenn Rose has returned from an to lay. in the field, and a dozen or more ing says that none of the places 'q

the weeJF-end, at Haven Bfjoh. with '-om Jacksonville, where he had 'absence of several months. spent,'inj To attain this desired' result he other small nations in Europe and they visited seemed as good to ,e das

1 Henry andy and family. been spending his vacation. | the North and West. said there must be better feeding Asia Minor are at war. his home town of Kissimmee.i it
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GRJUND' Int.rel'f; ; an"d' !tlon whethc: or1; Many IDs Due To Catanft

r --. TO BREAK ,FOBORLANDOmW not our,, county ill make a goodshowing. j
I ", < If;, .y are fora better I The mucous membrane throut
s r county, let-it, he from you. .Wake" out the body are subject to Cater nal s;
HOTEL' up and exTres" yourself.; If j! you ,constien resulting" lo many frloui R ,

T NOTICE 1'I" 1 don't no one el will. If you want cations. a c h ;

a prosperous .co ty,, lend a helping'
Orlando Sept. 20 ound will be hand Most your unty agent.
; I ,r/ .broken within sixt*> fays on Sola of you people a dead and seem to
park for Orlando's $350,000 hotel. be satisfied. Yare are in one rut, and N it n ell

All persons having claim against the State Bank of Kissimmee' will 'be required to execete the fol R. II, Sbout of Stoat & Hughes, Or- ,contented t remain so. A live, C u s rc I eta ,elomohg '
lando realtors w launched the wire always, attracts attention. Gee' ach s4 tiles he '"
'owing:form before their claims are recognized and Receiver' .Certificate* -showing the ,amount 'of their Kola hotel project last March, has your stock and 4>roduce in' conditioto moa eo fro lee. due catarrbEi -

, claim are issued: just returned from (Jew York where chow at the air, and .notifv m I a
'/ tie has been engag J in working out what I can de nd on. you to havixhibit. I Ave ry,de Ei le remedy after (
financial matters crtaining to the' for the cdjnty: Call on m pros ctedsickoess, the grip or SpinI.NA )
I 509-room hotel to 1 e. erected. When when you need e, Have you an i\ ihh lu.P -
State Bank of Kissimmee Kissimmee Florida seen today I\(r. St<*jt /gave out little hogs that shou be inoculated a- RU is a good medicine tohalb

b ,, i'.information, sayin'dj-that he was too gainst/ hcji choi a? I am sure you i on band for emergencies. ,
busy with the tun : of getting the $Ilc f ntyaYl r.
.. 1 have. Treat tI m before it is too TONE w Uui11
PROOF OF CLAIM hotel startedbut (hat he would say late. IN USE FIFTY YEARS
now that the ground will1\ be brokenfor

STATE OF_________-____________--____i Nor=,,__________ the he"w! hotel within sixty day. -- -
Very few changes have been made in --L T -

COUNTY OF____________________________ 'I the original plans which were drawnby

Personally appeared before me, the .undersigned, a ._____..,______________________________ Architect. F IL.! Trimble, of Orlando. Kill That Cold With

in and for the County and State.__________.._______________________________________________ I A campaign to secure funds to engage

, who being duly sworn, says that i the State Bank' of kissimmee, Kissimmee, Florida, is justly indebtedto the Royal Scotch\ Highlanders! \Lt -
band for
Orlanda will commence :
_ ____________________________________ ______________________'_________in the sum of Tuesday. The baud committee will +

_________________________________________<-_ _______________________________ Dollars, and meet at the Board{' of Trade Satur-
day and adopt a plant to raise! $15-
+ ____u___________ ________u Cents, upon the the following Claim, to-wit: :U50'! for the purr oit of bringing the CASCARA QUININE

1 Balance due on open account subject to check_______________ ______4,____'__________$__________ band here for a Ulh weeks' engage
. ment. The committee will canvass _
Savings'Account No. ________________________ ____________-r---j----------..,___$__________ I the ritv and l citizens are expected to FOR V AND .

r Certificate of Deposit No.________issued by State Bank of Kisiimrrvee _______________$n________ I do their bit tower the winter tourists Coldr, Coughs QM/0 La Grippe .
i as well as th home peepl!
r Certificate of Deposit No._--_____issued by State Bank of Kissimmee _______uunnu ''enlprtainment whi&ill advertise en !

Interest 011 Certificate of Deposit No.- -____--issued by State Bank of KisMrrtmee_______$__________ Orlando wonderful!)'. Neglected C lds are Dangerous .
A .vnthusiitstic mN'tin1'IIS standard remedy handy for the first an.e&&
Cashier's Check issued i by Stale Bank of Kissimmee___________________V unuuCertified -- 1 1-eld very I>'rhlav in tHe offices of :Mr. Take no chances. Keep this in 24 hours Reliev.e
Breaks ('old.
Check of Slate Bank of Klssimnvre_u n_'__ . _. ________n_ (__n_____u__ _$__________ James/ I.. Giles(; wjth u majority of Gnppe in up 3 a days Excellent for Headache
the stockholders the Sub-Ti ooical! "
Unpaid Draft No--__--_ -usued by Slate Bank of Kissimmee _" _jx-__ ___--._______$_____ _____ :Mid-Winter Fair.of. Many cilxcn: Quinine in this form does not affect the head-Cascare is beat Tonic )

Unpaid Draft No.------.issued by Slate Bank of KisMmmee _________________ .$_ ____ _____ Warn nr"-ont. The'I11! fair w-t the '< Laxative-No Opiate in Hill's.

Protest Fees on Draft No.------------------------------------------' __________$. ____ _____ great lIbj'd favor di"<'.ssed of hii V.nd ding all a fair were this in I ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT

Unremitted Collection No. ____n__u_n__n______'__._ ____n______ ___u__n___$_____ __ ___ I, season us in the wist. Funds were I \ t
staked and many rominent citizens:
Total : : $ -n__ __ ___ promised( thuir sup port and pledged I -- w

All of which is due and payable to _.______ _______ _____ ____ ___________ ________ 'ucecs' ,. Committand e* were appoint- te
I'd", will romn 'iicc at an early
alone_________________..______ having given no_ endorsement or assignments!': of the same or any fate to whip thin,< in !shape for a'' -

part thereof; and-------further say that j______ knows of no set-off or other I legal or equitable de- 1 11! J1 fair that wIll outdo anything of \NI4'1ii1jLII1 /
t the like that has (ever l been stagedin
fense of said claim or part thereof. .f Orlando be for. \pe; cost i

Name ________-:_________________________ ________________. l I i

: Residence ________________________-___-, ______._________ Only One Thing Now Lacty'ng is small INsrAwrt- 4 ,,

Sworn to and subscribed before me. this_____ ________day of--__, A. D. 192__. t

Witness my hand and seal. !|I -Money \;:. /f fI II u>e benefit !I A EY 0 ; 1 ,t

------------------------------------------- | "I have doctored i- yean.: foc is jgreat ; I

(To be sworn to before a Notary Public or Justice of the Peace). stomach and livej\trJule aUd epent t I Pe.1uA llr.r.t. i
thousands of dollaVs/ t i JQSteau of j j .acs '
:| becoming cured, of these ." ilm(> \ 1
': 'y bloating: (rid pilins, ana Tfiose.-wKo feel t

Parties so proving their claims are required to surrender all evidence of the Bank's indebtedness ame tW>rs&. J I .persuaded nts'l '

to them, such as bank books. Certificates of Deposit. Cashier's checks. Certified checks and unpaid I. ye Rlrbedy*r ago>..a.nd\o taKe;lave!'ayrle nevaf{' xufToredsincV ill remits from a or

drafts. The Receiver will issue receipts for same. All persons are requested to prove -up their taking theUirst done I wish iI soon !
I had obey tAck I spent for other, coffee\lrinkin *,
r claims as soon as possible. Parties living out of town or who are unable to come to the Bank in, Y.1'. ;
I1Bdi ]t 111 a simple, harmless II
person, should communicate with the Receiver by letter and the above form will be mailed to them jpriAatati n that removes the catarrhal -I bst to ;
n\uc for the intestinal tract profit c nge _
promptly. S. H. BULLOCK, Recevier, $s # : eINSTANXPOSTUM
I lam '
aUays the inflammation which
I Stale Bank. jcautes I Vrkctically: all stomach,

404t. : |'andUnteanal ailments, including lived I
'r 'penicitisVOne dose win 4
r hl i [mony: refunded. J. 7.. Roberson, and

--- Its pleas' g fl vor. ease of

- I ; I I preparation, he thf i1ness
MAKING FINE P OGRESS yaar. Although other grades of pa- : -
be made l and practical eco )prny comrnend'this I
per can at a greater profit,
\ it has been decided to manufacture WJlton table b
pulp for newsprint first of all, By Leo H. County Agent
Enthused at th prospects of their
on account of shortage. }
LAETOOjbath enterprise. a sa\ grass paper pulp] 'the present On :Monday nd Tuesday of ths:
There is
: an supply of saw tins. '
mill, which even ally bids fair to grass inthe vfrfnity of Leesburg to week there w -e five meetings: held Sol n 50 and 1.00 cup
become one of he largest in the the In 'ditfenn{ pn Is of this county fOt'
country, William U. O'Neal fiscal several supply cutting factory!* can indefinitely be made each, as the purpose of discussing better A purchase from your gro..ceJ1A
only itttr of short time.Dop'j and Paul nee, director: both but ally the will poultry, led'' bj Dr. N, W. Sanborn f.
"rent. year even concern
wait, t pains and ache to ether with Gilbert establish factcf ies at several other who is in chij ''ge of the extension s$ on proves .j'uTheres
work of the Much interest
beclSa4e diseases. Avoid P. Leach, of the Leesbur Commer.cial. points where such raw material is
also a direc )r in the company, was taken, an sure all will\ benefit -
available. The be -
will harvested
lences by taking reached the city ast ni/'h, after a ) by a newrj prass piece of machinery' i om the .-! disc4J sed, such I a Reason{ ;-
pleasant] autom lie trip during as: producin fatt' CI1/ls.: better
EDALMndard which they viRite the beaut!' ,I: 'olk! unusual.which the It oft will ers then described be loaded as very on feeding, culli flock, breeding I ade by Postum Cereal Co.,Inc,Battle Creek Mich.i .. .. ;
county J"ion. T ey will spend sev- I and the like. i
to eteel bargeii by suction .and taken yL
a eral days here. "fa.the factory The plans county agvnt, and!
ch will consist 'of I the home denArwtrataon is to :
The factory, w agent
Meanwhile R. Lacey, vice-presi- -
three buildings 0 Lake Griffin, will dent hold 1 a institute some time : -
I be begull as soon s two spur tracks home and is inconference Jt njlral York manager, has, been Whose in I the first pou'ti I and I am put- 1I .1
t Tb. Id remedy for kidney, can be laid by the railroad company, w C. F. Logan, of ting you ard, for we expect to L
Nv.r, nil uric add trouble*- I Washington, consulting engin-
: i 1Nad R.m y of Holland elnce 1600. miles. The factor will be connected eer, and the I >lans of the co-operation ilf making tfais a big .1.I
--St Gu.ran Three aixee, all druggiets.CeU with the lake b a canal 600 feet progress! splendidly. companyare The machinery success. Stat agents will be on .I
o'' assn. M.eal aai evwr be* I long aDILI00 feet ide. lt ia expected has >f een secured and the hand to help, make the meeting a .
..a a ..vs w t.hatl.. to begin peratrions by the last of the factory site ...11 cover forty acres. success. To hi held in Kissimmee. i I {.
Reports show that citrus will de /
According Mr. O'Neal the possibilities -
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.... . ,. . ........... ... ........0.0..00000tO.O.0000c of thfi new industry are almost manu good puJbDes this winter, and I I'
'" I" urge that evflry! grower hold hit i II i
beyond Jie range of belief, as ,
until thoroughly and
fruit mature I
the wiregra >ulp] will manufactureany 1
y s
not help flood ilhe early market with
kind of from wrapping to
per Tribune. green and immature fruit. The early i
i market was cffpled considerably last
'season on accent, of M much green
J'It R. S. FLOYD TEACHERS SHOULD! RECEIVE fruit going t market early, and as It J
DOUBLE;;THEIR FORMER a result price! were very low until ...t'A .
after the when J' !
holiday season ma-
ture fruit waavjilaced upon the mar

New York, lept. 16.-School bad- ket. +
You also W int bright fruit that ( ;
ha cities
gets should be
twice as largess before the war according will command the beet price: se BOW Helps AT Your Fall f
ail is the time td spray for whitefly
to analysis of public
and school I I with Oil Emul on and clean up yem-
GroceriesFresh statisfeit just given out by i
and Trees that have
,N a touseqleaning'YOTJ !
t h the Russell Sfce Foundation. The I I .yf
4 good crop, are being
report maintains that teachers, .
4 I saped so tri: will be impossible .
{ aries should MW be double the sal-I' *
I for them t on the new wood
war figures in oil order to obtain that will e new bloom on this will find it we worth your while to :

.N Meats The name cost quality of s'hool educational buildings declared next season. Have you ordered the in and l see th* special display we -

to have
years. J j i i will analyse low in ammonia and Eousecleaning.
These finds are made public in a'
in potash with the usual
I''t''t Costs.volume" entitled hor"Trends is Dr.of W.School Ran- |I!'' high amount of phekphoric acid Is best Everything from Curtain Rods to Paint

dolph Burgess,. Assistant director of for the fall aAjlication.' Especiallytrees and from Mops to Stemadders. Exactly

? Phone 176 302 Broadway the Russell department Sag The of study the need more that hol4 posh a very at thie heavy time crop to what you want to make h me brighter and

< is *: I i grow and ripe*, the fruit. work \' .
.' an applicatio*Ito the field of edn- lighter.
To all citru and stock
cation of the nlithod of the Index growers
fe men, notice: On the 5th, Oth, 7th Come in and how
number. The voteme is a companionto see completely we can.
"The Index and 8th of October the Citrus Semi ..
iWumber for Stat
and CatthUt en's Rouiid-Up will supply you. $r
School Sytem" a Dr. Leonard PAyers _.
UI v
r ..I't. I" 000..00.0..000..00000.0.000..00000.0.000. which meet in GameaVille at the State University -
mea of "
--- - - comparison and I hope that a number HARDWARE COMPANY i
- the efficiency of .,the school] systemsof THE OSCEOLA t.
men attend from
different of and w en wilt
states ,
Dr. Burgess ro pares the salaries] 'this county. A very eresting> pro- I KISSIMMEE, FL
has been that will I he
OLLINS COLLEGEon paid to teachers with those paid to gram
later. If wish I
published you more
laborers and artisan* for 80
and finds that tile wages; paid to information, s your county agent I II THE WINCIfESTE STORE I ;

Lake Virginia Winter Park, Fla.rfiilleKe young women leathers of the coun- I right away. P 1:1 ::
to II Listen! Osce Is pjinty will entry !
try schools hav4. increased from. I .
Old in Florida.. Interdetiell"1 >1}? an exhibit to .th State Fair at Jack- .
2.nO:! week in
s l-ll to $1750 now, '
co-educaTHnal. sonville he Id in the Middle of' -
to ---
an of flOO'PI' Salariesof
increase > cent. 'I
'j Standard coca lT A. B. degre Pre women teacher in cities show a November- and.. 1t- all depends on your-. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER ;O AN'1i
I foKaionalS co edidne, law and engineering. similar increase II' mahout $4.!>0 to JACKSONVILLE: I
; pec ial e17fnlKe> c-(faculty of.nine).biml- :aii.r.O a week. Mtn teachers received The greatest enemy of child life is COMPLETE; FLOORIDA
K+ bins economics, n syind industrial arts and much smaller relative: increases.! 'the tape worm. It destroys health KKBTLIZBRMFBHTILIZ8H r"" J'
and vitality. The greatest of MATERIALS
,, f ademy (10th. llth and 12tlaradee) - - enemy
For Sale or Rent-Fine large seven the tape worm is White's Cream. .._. BPBATEBH. I t
Thlrty-sxth year opens September* o) 1920. roomed house standing on Vermifuge One of two doses does' lit SBCTICID_, p ,'
b're ter block. One of the places the viV Price 35c. Sold Roti' POULTaT HUPPLIZZ
GEORGE MORGAN WARD, D. D.. Ll ident. prettiest I Ii I by .. ,WrU. ._. ......
in town. Apply Valley Gazette. tf erson's Pharmacy. f *1. NN'V* CIo*._>.-..../el...Jwerr a.u1 wlk Q.etl4s

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r, t -I-- '-'- li I f-C'I;;; Trlhune- f.aia"v =- : '_. :; 1 (ay1 'four' bond abet) h retired l () d 14.HI It
[I (;. F. .klUBBS A., AKERMAN There are several methods sterilizing -
din Gonfnissioners;; each year for a period 'nil/ TwntTi, "_-c.: Bryan. .uppll....'.....___., I9.BO
W. ,J.' STEED f fPrrice 1' of the I I ( III), )''''''1'.. They shall beat Interact Water. and fnroft, .upplteu1. I .SOIde but the most practical and
, AKERMAN AND STEED County at IU.. rate of 81* < 6) per rent, per Ororery Co. MUpplle___... 1O.tin( applicable to the (jreatest number ,o(
KRIB9S, n nn u m. }puvAble''' eml-annu.lly from O O.Tln..r. tea* an<< oil for alJ't 44.70' conditions is by the use of formal din- .
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the aald W comnila. .
date'of! isnumice. Kaclt of I Harbor balance
.'. A....r..;. and fmimrrlom KlorldBOtmrrml at' LawKa.Ier. Th" Hoard of County Commliwloner Inir of paid bol d h..ld'on.. that date,, bond and the Intercut thcrf-on. ahall ;I alons of ( tin n Me..*innt. .._ 145.01 hyde. Use one pint of regular i4Q
and In aorordai .. with the be 'Rhle that Elnclaleln Broa cneket and bur- cent commercial formaldehyde ;
In and for Ocolk. ('ounl)'. ,Klor prlliar.o 1''' at Hanover. national. per
"-* frmrttrf !. nil IIII.t. ..* .Ida "net In regular ...'in : ." 41h.h.u'tj aid pvtltlun' lI..n. election within Hunk of( :New York City Niw York. rial of county ,Jiauper__ _,-_ .. 18.00 0 1-2 gallon of water. Apply this' ,1
"" .. Bltrd .Slate* Court. bel I<>M present jmam 1". Kan. dll'lr.* antI I..rrltorb.> .. held. on lh.. 14th Tho depository 'reports fhowed tho Road And brldwe.j fund___? .
I ,; IS. u. U, Overttr't, HrnM :Mt"rh. day of ..Au&u.t.U.. miil.i!" ndaald follow [ balance* itt, thu various ilaci-ola lldw'Cnauipl1e..5; | 13.00 solution to the seedbed with' a .
. f : and John "H. Baldv* ..omml..lon..n: Whofeuc: Tlv Hoard of Poun- ftltids I Si't lst ;- Win !Hronon, labor ._ ___ ____ }5.oit ejirinkler so. as toilet a uniform! distribution -
W. B. CRAWFORD for lh b".rd.nnd J :9!. HoUeraohn .*n.dlii __ _- 0.40(
Pat Johnston nltorn .c..msnIneIoti. 2nd LaX. rU1hr4 ssTiT" t ; using the diluted solutionat
.. Iy I. did4Pll.Lt1u ,. __ _ .. 111.41111'Onl ( I
UvvrctrcetA elerkThe . 1\I 1H"wn.. Ruard .
(: J. .K of AuaiiKt. A. 11.20.> reguIcr : - -
Hoad I..d":1 Z.iMO.fllKlin I the of two
and rate to
. j' ATTORNEY.AT-LAW: board wan oJled ,,ilo urti4r l>y ) meeting: adspecial urn to meet ..!Cain In -- (I W ,\"/ wmyl'.,ori-man __ . lOuofi one gallon ;
minute "and forfeiture n_ _*J__ 21.7III.OD lte for It. 41.. . feet of surface to be steriliz- ,
\ ill Its chairman, A. 1" tUma. and Hi.- ..."al..n th. I *1(11 day of Carey. 4lIe4 rook square
TIck KradU-iitlon. __ ... till,IB |
5 6 and 7 Osceola .. \ AahfonIIn" tor. cenv'a 3.oilliuk
I Offices: 3; 4, of the reKularjand peclul e AuKiint A. It. 920) for theiurp.. Bec H \ / fiint '
II' I S >ei'lal I ttlleI t _ ... lliil.MiKalr
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of ruld appiovid.CoinmlHBloMci' 1 : .1 $Inlauelllj. noliilnvn to It U 8.OO) :
lon* AuitKHt and '
of canvaRRintc t returiiH nf t lie elecAuituat '
. 031.18 beti should then be blanketed
I ... Bank Building, : .1 otiS H, r ] ] l LOIU-DA ti'd to tli Ixjarf that Mm. J mThomi.BOii 1520. andW'iicta. II t. raidajtnnt* 'Were ordered canrelldl I *8trliiiB! l | -. ? ..40Witera with old sacks to1' prevent too rapid
Floridaa : : from tli'i vnrluua funds all and ; -i-,; foed 241.255iii.'rs
of 1< -t* 1I Mvi lie. 1 : Ifrc- : I ji nrHoni evaporation of moisture and consequently -
th.i returna of tIll III i lit"'K ;
*; In::, lived tluit;:; of the ass, H I".allow, and I I Ix-r mad.' ; 1 loIMT nmotion I till,, w.eie on I .10th day ..r. .\ Ulol U"l. 101.-.1. I OYOtiUl------------ *2,1 I h.I'1 \\ It Miiklnmiii and\ OaiHon., Co, mule road ford nun' SB A2.4K.7ft-' the liberation of the formaldehyde .

C?. R. J. DCSNINGDENTIST: I: month an rnliuit-nance l.qfrd I Motion l t : A I II. I 1121\ *. di v canvaBRcd l hy Hit* Knud. and hrldui- . . .."n > .: .M'dell Phi tim. roiid vnih 8i On gun; before it has thoroughly ,
board eillliied i l.ItftA. and Kim' and foifiituic I ... . 24 .
l I 1C I. I HiivviBtt.ct an id nn IIv XMhtnn fW'lirht on fppit a.nx
Hcconilud hy iC'omif 1Hfl.t ; penetrated the soil. This treatment
:? : | Bitch ('iin\ .IMS .l$ (,AV-e Itnrn .1 K
and iarn.-.l. mid i u I SliinellnrSV
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._ i,,11 \"I-r' I'KII:: I lii< ) \.I'K ( JIBt 111 fit- 'I'ti. ,. I 1 i\ .HI..c.I'! it''tt! report HhowedH \ I7iI l-ond work 9.14itelH should be given; two weeks. before
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. (O.-cr the !'o' vTicu.on I I 'I'll) B.-l tai",>' allA J I 11.OHHIII' tl ..r Bp. I I for Of. ,'""alll' I.t 115.< Bald diBit, l('t Into :. ......1.//led lol. I lie..llBiHTil. \\ ,nnd fill'Bull. Bllppllefi Iftfts1".1 planting the seed. Two days after

: I ir< : j rn.s; a l lJ 3" 1 tu dill ,i..ii.l uiMl,. I l.l.lrf: |. .It'ti I N<. J. o' j!I.n KI l'1111) loudIjBBIl id l.i ulu, dint'. i. III I nndI ,. folloullIU. I.IIlK \\'"f. ,cX.llllill ..1it \ T MI'I 1 Kel ""1',11..B lo It II I371"M : treatment remove the covering; and
JIIU 'hot IB t h. amount .r $511huh .1 t .mil oidvi.d .paidA .
( 11.15.
.. (IIa..I.. (, ('lalldv K Shu. i p. fond Is ",'k II linn
I'lione 174- .loliiiKon, liavlnu t alUi.iit.d I ti.t. '"< nn f.u. ., OIIHt. I I'111'1 t 1 toll Of I O.ldBhln K I HIIMH. ominiBBlon." $ q:; "" It .. M.idlH.iit.( load! 5' .ill k 9UO"IIS. stir the soil with a potato fork or
', '' ,", ,iitI Idk' B .55 Bald,! dlN'" "I.-I-. asil K: I. l I' 151 foo'I., .,ti,_ In..nil
J i allow
I . 11(1' implement to poison-
-Ol lice Phone 158 t mil" l i ," ,tIll I ,1 I 111. 'n I lit"it. I 111"IIIdueI liiinli ItCs. .. II Ii,. d I In. iI ,I p.'Iltl.itt., and it'i.. I "l-.l;1''" M, 'I.ii'li., do _ _, S "" ,:, .la::: I4Its'H.IW: : 8:0.: MllpplIeK:: ::::: :: 32 Ill Home
111 "hl.'h Ih.' 1 I.M'l II'I I IS 0tH tIItllilll II OUR ; to tMo be f.ol'e the seed
gas ]
.. r
linnJohn ;
I 11..1-1"I aUtltlBt' tistlI .
no ,\ ot .INI ( .lolin i I ratlin I ilo 'lOSn
a".ct .1. '11 <'.1 hll': 115, ,'"t" IldS' Go. BIIPIllleH
rlln"a "
oIl I'h-1 r.
I lONfll I ilK ,1 I.... I lid) till" t',. fill..IB,. ul"I u Il ild il I II I ll I Into I ,I 1 S.M| I'llI I I IIf ,, II' ;llalHd; ; li, .I'-J I tI. 1 >'" 1 II I c St',, BilppM.'" :3 :fin are njunted. "
wiiH"tld\ In .",..I .1 > .1 III ,1.1. I llIti'i't' Mild ,IMBII- .1, l I. I"1 al"'Od\ ," 'K .. __ - 1 J ."liii' I (liiiidi l .. rond roll !3341) 01'. The cost of sterilizing a seedbed
LEWIS O'BRYAN I hli h '111. ''llBtt'lo\ 11I..1 "l" .. H n .pa\
\Inn I lion.IN. , to III 'II In..lint' of ISII.IHMI' nnI I nl, lolinBtoii. attoiuey. ,_ r i in l .
'. -- .. . IIIIM.
nn.I. mule feed I
I U .11. 'rll.
Kail SIrs material and should It Hint I tI I1B tiliBlv.' B including labor .
.. ali'l __ S3 .151
r. th l "cIt I I Ion of i o.i.IB I W 1\! (-rawford, proa atlv .
ATTOUNEYATLAWWainer .l.niiin.l. upon Knl'l 1 !".11! k 1 t *111.- pi\- I in. n V.: "'i m'. "null! win'I(k 7 r'i;
lilldueB llhlnB Id ,\dlBl tlcl.1 d. ___ I'R ii' .. not be more than tine cent per
st BII MB \1 .Muijilij. oiinly .1u.lui r. per
, 1 I. III
'ln" nl '.I| Uj" a. funds :i'i"l l l I.t.l I'H.I no I 1'1' t.i.. III La": 'let'. t..1 s s' it'
rll". .1' I n, HII. Id tllloli.,, and, H 1 of. Jati' l foot of bell Surfaoo. One
rail' 1 1I' f< u.iiiv
IIKi.nil. -- 50 pintof
Building.Pat I tlh .l t t li, HIII I \ (Ml lh< li'.nil' isl\ > n I I'tliui --- 4' II Tin., i "n |4ilrH )
: ;; I l.\ 111.I : lulAll .!1.r 1. ,mandfiiK, |:in\- I \\'t IIIM. .IIB I II 1-pelllB 1I1H .ill I Ii. I., t K UIIKB, janitor .* _ .12.r""I' /I; ,II. .i in..ill. rlind w 01U 24 fill formaldehyde is sufficient for 25
\'..t. M jlMl .,,1 "I I laett.i Sc. r inlinu .l.c. ii Wll..u,, ,Ant . ..t Ill nii" .iUl>il li.-l.l lot; 1li) ,lunik I c Hi"Iflin, ,'. [in, '11 B 22'75
'III r Ih*. tun., 'IIH l.i. ir.. w. .. j..1.l (;,S.i'i., I o I "VMIIIT ' H.ii.l. I. l'I llol v v I ,Ii,,\,111' i.ominlBHloiiM. 2 : I 1 < I.<.en I .. .01. i i.... ,1 u 01.,k T v square feet.Chamberlain'. ...'
JoliMMton.) U P UAHHET .ii.l Ih.. ..)l.-ik I hatli'K Billed to tli. I t.. .1 I."I" II 1 .mil Inldue .lIst I.I". I I. I'\ ,\l I I. I 'li.tii'e. > talnt----- I'n im. l.i.i, Cli.l 1 1. r.M.t w ....1' 7K"iWill .
, Hint lh.. bond tluM..B I IIMai lli .i-nd I iBHUint.i 't." It to I 11. ;ini.ilnl oflie n <>wi II. InStilL' __._ ______. in.miMm 1.111.1.. i. i. t'rlI, \\oik 24 "" H Colii.and I IMarrhovRemedy *
JOHNSTON & GARRETT 51,1. liIiiIIt./ r", I i.nsl, i Ill t Ion .'f __ mini .
i 1111,1. H.,""" ''.otia. I h. I f- .flti. in i- \ .1 .J.!: Sn IIHOII, mnlnt un \\ I.I.I-". I. IIKll.. (\\ollC 27Ii ""
ATTORNEYSATYA ...,, Ill) mud.I. b( ,.", ,,,I ..I"I0" II. I'I. onilK. . antI .I.I,1 Ill' t""Io'. .1''," 1 lit. IIHI .1 \ ""I'Llim t 01.. tiit _. _n_ mod I ,S |.'l\.l' -opi'll.. ( M I'.ll 711"I' /I : in Michigan.xMrs _.
pi n \ i d f.o, II I 'p.'I ll ion ,ii ii.l .ti'' C' ( l.aiin.- m.llnt . III." e.l II. Ill
I. l I. < .i\ ..\I' it, B. .011,1.1- l.> r.iiiiIII'BH'OII. inTh II-M ft. lultl on f(' / A. II Hall Caseville
Offices : 10, 11 and 12, Osccola Band '! v "l"inei-t Mn., 'Ii .iit.l (ii'! \v ,t111'ITltM.. I'.on id h:IM <'nl 1. I" .1 Jim I i:..ii. in.llnl I - ---_ unn KlftiiM ( "flu "I'lln Pr..I"I- t'.. 111",1"'r 115 51 Mush.,
an .i d. i In UKpubllBlllllU iilllcB d. \\'I"L! a ii,lid,I . I" II" OIl inys. f'l wish torjfoar
I I h't. llltilli| > furtllH! S "..." ,1" ..a 1.I Ill- 1 I IM.mli I > niilnl 4 \ 1't', itsS t'.t'it, l'I.iS' f.'ei. inn _"
Building.KISSI.MMHIC. I al"\I notify t.. It uc$....*. '1.1110'<. theSpftlnl id ten 11 or% to In I'l.iud.' S\\.B.I.| | malnt _ in nn I 1.' I II Int'l III. f ...1 lIt 1>1'1..r AI yn't grand gofcfl n thankfU:mbe/ .an'a :: .
KLOHIDA '. V .lohiiHon t S J. Kntrlfc\ ., and .1. l\I .. Hon.I. .an KtldKc I l'la'N" Tom, .loluiBon, . 11I111'I"' 'Il'.l I I. I II I nu i.;1111. B .nl I lull. SI if'' ('oll : ami f )) *? Wear ,
0 'linnii, _,iil.I iiurtl.H b.'UK' HIP tiu"- Finn c 4' Mi .. .I.IHI. 'I'li.impHon. In.llnl- nine : "c'1 ni "''''. JI. "'Itt.. .111' .'l II!. ,
I l.- .H of mii'ilal) V..11.1 .ind ?" .1'| 'IHtil.l Now The'-efon. It. II ,i. _...h..L| anil MI.H Toil..l 1'.1. 8"". malm __n >> (OiMi I. II 1"1"' Il. nlI'lnirt' cimtH. t never without it; in., Ux 'lwwn; .
1 IS... 2. Onceol.i I'.iinlv Florl.l.t. |Ill her. I b\ ..P'' 'led. 'Hint' tlliH' I '.' 'II: l.xon. m.ilnl ** ill: Bl...'\till 1 B. NIlIOtI' \iimiBt' I 2f.2'I afd I am tare it saved our baby'slife I
.II.' .bon.lR. f,", ". ll ,. ( liii 1 i mid I n fedIllllier ; ; \tt1--------- 6 O'i '
J. W. THOMPSON I National' Siu.'v I -.iiipnnv. 1'1 Bp. Mtt* M llt'ons..n. ITIi I I I. I l'I Bt I el't: do. 4Siiiu this summer." '
<: :j'h.; on IlK'ir, lti.lll.lual: ; : lionOB. thntIIIIIM \ IiI.. dlBlilil 9 ," "KOIII I 41. ill I San, ml I "1"1. d""n. ,nialllt .n 1.""' 11.11'I II ,IBB ("..ITill ilot Iti : ""II.I" :1"" ;
''Ih.- \ I 'ia\ .. til.I 7r." al Hi"I 'I..H-, I h. .imounl "f f ('ItIlii'. 'on. I Ion t I In' i1tI', ''Mm/ XI Smith I mnltil I '_ __ un __ f 'III. I I.." I.I! 111 \' tiiiTHrti.(4, HB ..Iutt Mrs. Mary Carrington. Caseville,
Funeral DirectorAND ..\.i. National 1 titnk ..r V. "' Voili sit u i t Ion of ma.HJlll and. .tIIILI.I.. 1 ii ,11101".i Julia, .lei..tilifnn. mnlnt ._nn_ fi''lie Ii II till,1 t'iiitl41ti 111...'". n..1. laI'' ".... Mich., SBVS "I have used Chamber1nin' .
,11 Ild"t|S< ,i'a"II..I ,In, Hi. tii ,. f iii'., .. ,
!1,2.t lo I..It. .1..1 nod
I i\ I n < i. toll r iHt I Mr .Tin ("IcnienlB tnalnt un idjoui I Colic and Diarrhoea Remedyfor
i .. till d "if I I I Iith lIlU It"nd t on I h.
610. 11 ChaIrman.Stli'Mt .
II. "Ith.. f.-MOV 11" .ll HM HI Mis J.inn' Jiilinn. mllnt _ __ A \RS.
..r lun.- \ 1 I. 1 'I L1"i iIt. aad it has always.
d.i\) r years gVme!
I I: ..Ill, in. ill' t of bond. .In't "ii Mi > l K \ l.iv inuBton, 'm.lint\ ,fi i"1 I .
I that ,1it. "_ ",'"iTO. ''''. I It t I Fin, t ." i Boiled. Th.1 I lh.Plant I-'r"' i '. J.:\." "". malnt __ _ __ G ((9l.' .1 I. f nVKH'TTHKKT.' ) I Cl. rkRuliMvTium prompt relief." .*'' "
.. Rh il I ,IM I Kit lit" I Sill 'inli. _
Mulct\ boil.IB ,
l'I' nil,! ,mini, ,il 'liiKlrxl' .!h t>' "" .. ,. H TilllB, malnt .._ __---n- B (OiK .
LICENSED EMBALMER l I Ihil' .1." .. .- :.:11"11'1 numb of. and dmI MIII i ilion hoiiinniid of III. (1$1.1111(1)( .OMI..I-i iI M Mrl'lellaml. malnt un f Oi" ( IRII powerful antlcntic Exposure to wcaAMr often; causes

i Ei': '''. ''s. H 411"" 13 \.1'. maint, .. _ __ 5 OLM to
; uou. farm
I n.ll,it B ,ili h. il" .1 I, t III. oJ.IS'I \6 00 < : it l bilLs the pdison caused! frominf.rt..r1 greater 4estrus0n implements -
Store and Chapel Stewart Ave. : llfl.Tf.O;; Oil; ; ( \ I 1 It2" Th. v Mhall liof rKilmer. mnlnt --------r- ihatv-ffsiriK them. Avoid this "
\ 'I.I I I' I I I" culs cureS old sores, tetter.
thl .. l'iui 'rioniBlitldn \ \ I I I' .i. m.-BHRK." B ,
i KI Iss1MIEI:<" I :. FL"HII'\I a n.1 t t Hint t hhonldij: an, \t.i IIIII.MI'II, . t n..l .k.' .mil, (III(.It" 1 I mill I Ii .. lt n n n ""Ih' li.i 1 I.eE i I. C I. liin.lx: comiiilHKIoiiH' In 7'i iKI.S etCj .adv. I loss xKioring( \) ; all machinery and
. .
i n, I .n thai il I ,t.Hint I Hi. .11"I mi'" > 'I'. I Co I l. nl 1 in 1 .., under shelter before
-- - --- properlv
i.i, tli), I I'i IIBII B .11.. ..j I It touj
i it mil i.1t1flS1' \\ a'' i and liiilil( pi ml ::1.> I''
t ll.'l, >... I lIs'lH. It I I', I.; l H. i I.\. 'h"| |IIHIIIIII\, i IIB, J n'I STERILIZING THE SEEDBED jwfnTcr sets in- ,
.. .. .oc.C ) o. oooo. . 1',1, ''|'II. Mt.. h.iUnc I".. n itt.l. = :: : I>:!E; I p it I : i I MIIIII\MI\, do h 2 on '

I . tl.' li.nitd (0" ini.tie\' I.,. l t. iini'l. John. Mi I hall. I do I "."' I It i.. H well known fact that sonic We are proud of the confidence doc-
M. TILLER I III. h"'"I .1, 1(1 In 1 ii.| K'.I'I"1' | | I I Ilieirfitnili.t. Martin's Hy-Test Reed for I I <1.. .oil. .ill. do 1 I" tors druggists and the public have >IP"- ,
. .. whlih) .fllttIPN, w.n ilulv !I.- \"rv dost iit't ivc (Ii l'nR"R enter MUe1t"IIII1IA .....
I \\ I I. I II"11 l i-. do. 1 n"I' I
I .
f. t IK.I t t.,. ih h.iiril. and t lh I .' un.| |. ) (rnoil results. I I I'l v . do t 1 Ill" lOA tomnltf, tniitmtge.(: I'lfeplatH.pinpcr ; in 666 Chill and Fever Tonic--- ?

Real Estate Agency. I Iii, T 11-T I \i Hie I",,:. .1 l-Tlr.l .111'. Garden & Field ."", .,1 for Fall Plant- I'Is < I it "I'.IBK in.: .1 ll.I d.. 1 1. Oil. and a few others from the _- :
lu , IIA! I I I.. ' I Mr. Grower .jvPP1I1're
I. 1 t. | .nB I I"'I" UI 'inirSe II,01 I 1.1 I I ..INM. ill.I. 1 nil )... Cirrus you
.. . fI( II.tit llul.lll'tl. I' .llh.1 I" :, coil) of llusocdl d. E. P Ieitusk.formerly .
% It. -d Onts RyeBarley )Rape- I. II 11 i lim -I' 'In I III** x i IIH : going to do alto "fe whitefly It
,,. "it < '
,1..1 tT.t ilo UIIK HIpi., I Klofidi county ntrcnt hut
ir i iii.) \ 1 M l > .1.! ::1"1 H
Realty! Bought and sold.' . .,,101). I... ,,11. M .tI 1 Ulol. ..1 "! ? .. ., I New Crop Turnips ('atilmirr EggPlant \ .ill. % i.. tl. ...l\. U.ttU I'I nt pr..nt nji istant boys' club I will be time *" spray for the fall
: . I" 1,1..1 III I The fungi have
.TT'I I. ,,1111.-.I to '* I l\ 1 ) ('pp'r. Means brood hcV41 long.
Houses rented. "I' ,1 i foi MI.. rr. H. a .1).1II uK.>nt. says illh p"tn'mE'Iv import-
I ill' 111. Onion Sits dune fnut all they can and the oilKpftrys !
)Potzitoeiand ,
Taxes Itt' I I I.'TIIl''I. y' '''.1 I ,L\ ,-t "I ,,:,' ltits. I 1\ ",...'... aic4iy liaby surTorinjr front :lilt I Iliiil the fi-eijlieil, he thorouphlv; .
paid and Titles verified .'I. ih.T.. ;. ,II.. I ,,1 1 *i .I'm i- ,f I'l''I i I 1..a i JrI',1 nnd l oldest t estiililislieil! sei'dh are in order. 4
but _ _
for sident. I'I IT'. ..i, ? ,. ti .5. w nli ,i' .1. u''' '.t P non'r ft, t'_. i )h't' lh.,, 15\\ i > Mini ItII .. .In I, ,' Send for Fall catalog and Seed I : h! liOWOIS needs l >fi'G.H.: ', !Baby th'it it should! )ic1 rejidv for planting; If your business is not worth advertising

Fire. Life and Accident In- I I. M i "n II' Ki'I 1 tl'T 11 I | .i"I' '..1 ** h. i iM ... spcciaL j' ..." 1 It ehet'ksthe howuls t'a'i' before homo sterilized Pulverizethe advertise it for sale in the

surance. ':; .. '....':, :" $.f.\\.;, I''t; h :T 'N 'ItI' :.1 I( '::, ;:5 nl.'ti''r E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. I thr .'n..1> ,.*ld rcsloio* health vVice. t soil) to a ? depth of about ten Valley Gazette's want column.

.. 111 1..1. I.. "hl.h th. ',ITlIl, ) n. . .. (1)11.ii I;'i"I1... . :Vw and .iWc.; SoldilierafinH i iru-hes and thin level down leaving\ o "
Indemnity Bonds. tIN (. I Ii t I .. t 11< .. .,II, I "r t h. I"..I. Jacksonville : ,: : Florida hn.I } Pharm.'icv * I the 'bed with fa smooth .surface. 1 Quit) your knocking.; .
th 'sin." 8e1az. c..S.rl'.1 I ,l.. S. .
.. . .oooooo. oooooo. . . . "'. I ;'.. .1 t I I..1. n. t .1 I si I - i

tIlt.:;; : ;.'r" Klurlila: I : V1ln;); .I. fine, on moll". . COO cures Malaria Chills and Fever | I llurulle newly lug sweet potatoes ] The .Gazette wants a correspondent 666; has more Imitation. than any
I "r II"'I" Ti ,ISMIIIII., I I'J, El Ylest M I.II IIi t' Osceola Chill and Fever Tonic on tIM '
will' other
'in community county.
like than brick
,nl.i'I I hommlamiiii., ..i' i,: 1. l I' Bilious Fever Colds nnd more eggs -they every
I si i . I. a-nl I .II rl...' tile .lit ,I IK" \' fir Grippe. It kills the parasite that : keep hetter. II | Send in the news it will help the I market but no one wants imitations. .1

'thc. ,ho .1 'S .IB lAntruilid to Itn.Bt. muses the fever It .M a splendid I I paper and will keep your reotion be- !; ''They are dangerous things in the.. '

DR. BUCKMASTER 1 L It.I -. M-l.ll < ll.lll.MB,, .r..1 I I", l xatixfp and .n..1! Tone; Adv II I Subscribe for the Vallev Oarett* ',ir_ tV,. ....hli. 'medicine line.-Adv.
I h'tti' .mil, ) IIIM: *hi-\ ? "' 1'' "'' I..h. .. 41
'- It
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llu II ti', m.iltilB S hi" Ii t hIll .-.t. ,'iii.< d pi oliainl -..,',
r ;
'I'll'", I i ]Ji |.i.-**i.t.. il .. i i' a.I
I ..'I, I,, ;nl I i 1 1 lM I .r from: f \ St, I;I..I"I I. T", -
KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPATH i. i u (1 llm" I hi ..'nllI I Ku h'". I nt I, "'f I LI i- (' "
0 lit,. li. tu.en lArulH I.. IOIUMU.1 '
-. .II 1"| .1 ii.d I Fr."r."t t 1 aid, .I I K\il'I '
I-..f._. "hd, 11, tIlt, t ti i H h- li.-l.lH\ w *
iut.,1, I upon, . ill tVi 'llni. .r '4'' '"' -''
I II T . u"'.1 that) I lli. 1 li ,.. -.I I "C ( ..lint. '
l I" ,rn, ii *i. ,. i >* 110, ,n, I.I in"d K (' .-in, TI Low- Cost
.1 1 Mil, ,' ,ixli st.t. .] I"1.111,1',, I V I llli., \1' Mileage in Goodyear
STATE BANK BUILDING .1 .I I .1,1, .n .It.irto. i f.l, Ml" )l.oal.l. { ,1 ih in M... \ lli.l ,no tIll!'
I I ti.! .. in-lit ..r a> .', l 101,1. ai,,ii
Phone No. 162 tli.t, 1.'t., . 1''" iuli.'t', lo .1.-1'"I -
'I i I'-. .1, inane.I .. itT l i lIj'M a.. I .,rMi
Tires for Small Cars
W I I'ill.: | t.ix '1MB. HH.T. name
ji.f..r I th 1.1" I arr.1 ." ,I.. .1 "" m tiII'i "
i I him |.al"| .".4-. dini.i.. I lHt! Ha-
fiepBini lit. f 14f, (11,1 rotnn'ilHKlonm, rc-
'tu.| .at wro 1I..d. I -
Mr. M. H Ouy appenn-d before the '
IxiHI-d and aKlivd tncm to make ftr* 'a
sin r.-pHlm. i.n.Tnkd from Kenan buying
OnnSbii PflRJIIERSELLS vlll.1u$ hln ''plao 4 clatlnu 'thlll'h.. There is no in so. 1' '
would Pot I..- ahle lo ....1.. his chlldrinUi I economy 'I , ,
Bchnol vn1e. tt) # w .rl( was done ,

I th' mutter who WIIB waN r..firr'd tlnBtruct.d lo Mr.din'I O. In->VAshtt.n calledbargains- in tires offered at ,' -of

\.Blluiil4. Ih. ninltvr in.I. t.p.-it. to '
''Ih .I.on nlTh 4 sensationally cheap 'prices when a well-
i .t..."r.1 'liatrigtt..I) the clptk to ii&h
.Jr.\\, .1 w'at."ant ft }',.(Km ,in S Ii' .
.. made tire delivers ,.
u.i? !rat: r*>\ hIll fulfdth. .IH a r. nnd t. : AZ \ mileage at ,a
Fire Life. Accident and i :inI. l.ri'l-f' fund. .

I > Mi.,, ii"iH.r I I.; 'flu.,'I.I.I: : : ln,J.H-B.and;,i tc i doiil.l.d 'h'f I :: -; pc.rtetconsiderably\ lower rate of cost. ; ,.t
Health Plate Glass. Lia- .. Hnii.nlfoi the fr. ai! I 1'iUl to thelint .- .
,1 of ..(iuntoniinivMton., TBaiii1ii Ti" -'
..\ "itton HIM] approval liy the vald Add the time and trouble occasioned "
and Boiler Insurance.
bility .
I'O.IMl. "h. l.llplM', :ift.'l II "'.l" rill. X- ,
i ..11' nation. th.. lioird.. mail, ,' and,, nttnhd ,

Bonds Executed In Biich r'I ijat 'the fII.iss'iniz. by frequent replacements and it is .
Legal . t I till'I lit.t I 1"-I St It I ,> ;
\\'.- IlK. underB'MJb..11. in.Miili.iB lIt ".

Same Needed. Mi.'outil \ ('.. iiniiHhlDn. r.. ,in ar'd for ? fully apparent why tire ; seeking!
tlc ("ounlv' of OBcroW, hncar.. full> users ,
s' -ij>iod I and, ..oinoai.d' th> :"il"ov.' .
,llfit. and have allnwfd t ti.. Hfiiri. <* real mileage economy are not attracted :'
1. Hindi" tax <..ill.) ,(Aor I IB tht reformentlllcd ,

,OFFICE : State lank. Building. 11111 for., 111.-to credit follow; In orw* nccolint nmoiK'tR of stnt.tnx. Bald.- to very cheaply priced tires. 1

"B flltllfls Tot*J Chillily taXI .. .. , .f
f2.R lIkl. Special ItuiB !MlHtilcl t xcBII
bsl: S4. .1t,1.1"H IIB jolloMB U'n'rlll ''ll.
The of
Tires of
re\enu fund f 470 2&% "K.-neral .. hool popularity Goodyear _
fund. $ 401 44 frenerfel. rood fund,
I7S2 31 fln. and! forfeMute fund (1177 the 30x3- 30x3 and 31x4-inch/sizes
4 Bpevlnl. publicity JtI tIll. 147 US fair ,

CITYMEATMARKET fund'I'R'IO$54,115: Bpecinl. I lick Brhoofc efndicatIon. dl! .lrlct" N.fim.l.1. is based on the fact that they-are built

51 i25; Bporlnl' / Rchool '''I.'rl..1. No.2.
f AN : "..cltl. Bchool \district No 3. I
1 lit i Hp.-clal' Bchool fdiBtrlct" No 5. to deliver exceptional niileage at low .. ,
toil t.p., ...11.1 Bhool tat rid. Noiii'H 4. ''r
a. Biicclnl I road tat net No. 1.
tr.t'39fi Bpeclal road "tat net NoiBlrlct 2. cost and consistently do so. :
tf"f H up..cial road Nofhnlrman. 3. II l-) I :I\
$05 $4. SA j
Fresh MeaJ and F B.\R .

R I. I> 0 ; :RiTflEET. I i If you pwn a Ford, Chevrolet, Maxwell,
J)1l'J H HAttetft JSl1EN

VegetablesPhone U OVKHSTRKR'A CotnmlBHlonersJ Clerk I I \ Dort or other car taking these sizes, 1

Th American $Huretj l Company of
New York. having paid he ('..unl" of \ to nearest Service Station for .
44 i iBeeola Klorldn. tilNI. fl of fl'i.f.ft4-. j I go your
2fv. Hald' amouiitn bring Oie amount on ,1
d.poatt Iyttic State Itan to the ered- I I Goodyear Tires-for true Goodyearnoileage
It :f the .cn-ral fl-'c uc lund and oJ :(
the hurl flurfR" n. 'und. and )
ctvcrql 1).d. with Id"ny I value \
Mr. Cnraon Vnrmcr. cot for. ( hebi.ndinii j 1' economy. )' \
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SCAIXD TiNS ONLY II "_1. A I 1 1 1"2". I In Ape III I road ai.rltlie ..1
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MAXWELL HOUSE ''I.l'TI< '. 30 x 3% GooJvear Double-Cure *- T 50 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube coat no more than the price \

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: no.I..r, 4..iltlIy. "m" t.SIilI' ats "f
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1 DUTY OF SOUTHERN DEMOCRATS just now when there teems to be an
.K1SS1HHEE,VALLEY GAZA;TTtP.all.aee approaching! crisis, partisan politics

should be laid Aside. for race protection t Watcher The 'Tree Top !I I I,.

I By /_/ y.llerG..ett.e..rr FrMayBBMW V.....,. The Solid South .I lent with the ? .. .] ,
KliM ...e.s Kloriaa rest of the country and the, Southern f
Democrats along vfcth other Americans THE PRO 5ED "WESLEY N Well, anyhow; well have, the brlcV ,
W n. H.prl."C.__ ....... .1'yeolaeNI. ,., -
. G. "... A......_._..... ..S..P7 have (greatly"profited by the t INCE" roads . .
Tete......* No. 11ftMhiMTlpfloB wise and able D ocr'ttlc administration '
the"'last 'ejAt years.:. 1 L.- W. Mooof Cleafwater-'Writ; :After so- lofir"a' time the TUC)
On r'Copy; One Ycar_.H*.....trai,*,.-,',.._ ,i.i ',In// th' result- of the'present national Ing'" in the TaWpa Tribune, makes the Co. are realljjr making brick 1 1W' .
one Copy, Plx" Months._..___..... 1.00 elections thly are vitally in folk /wing- strmg protest against the can see them Afeel them, smell: an I -
On. Copy, Three Months.._..._ .&0 terested. They hate on their handsno proposed "W Ieyan dance:" taste them, ajt hear the machinery "/ v e 1.\\
ThVlr interest in the running that makes them arid third
All communlcnilons except from our local fights There is n ndMdncerity the proposition ;
authorized. correspondents must be presidential campaign, while keen i Is that Hthe Methodist church we have the test imony of all o'" This Spice fbt Annotafcement of
.1 I lirnrd by the Writer. '-' not so active as that of the Northern cor/ie/ forwal) 'with a "WeSleyan<< five senses 'thft they are being made. .
tnectpd 1 mntter will not b* returned '' . .
unless called for. I Eastern and 'Wt'ste Demo dance" Thai'jnan or woman or company
.- ':Tats, who are hearing: the burdenf of meRj and women, who firs As this is HI year when the pa A Very Gr t Treat : i
Rntt-riMl at tho rontnrflce! at Klsalmmet \battles in both their state and in suggested steh a silly thing knew pie of thin I. try are going to mak
Florida, as .cond-.laa. matter.) a brand l1e president all the foc'pertainin 1" 'h! .
the nation. v that the P one wan to "poke fun"at .
I L rareirn- .....o Advti. .A. '',-m-.,Rei' .g...-r,> ,rI < I The Southern Democrats, however the Mirtfcodist church"-nothrnt! tour former executive
| \ should take an artjve part and not 'more. It ivjffeimply a weak and futile makeR'mtt' sting reading Th' For Ufe Friends .
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Z4, 1920DEMOCHA hp merely interested bystanders: in" attempt to "laugh us off the Watcher: ha| been browsing afoun '
this great content. :;Jf is to be hoped, stage," as ftfjile as, the effort of the in the histt [lea trying to ascertain
TIC'PRESIDENTIAL for the rood of thil Democratic par nroverliinl jymsshopper( that kickedthe the"hurch preference* of the 'me"fretofore .
ty and for the good of the nation Rocky rrij!)untainm who have 1 I held this higv ore
,ELECTORS FOR FLORIDA and for their owrfc goad: they will I repeat that. it i is silly. To think office. Central Drug ..
contribute as larjrfly: as they can to that a den Ihination that has held The Eois< pal] church leads all

MARTIN CARABALLO. the Democratic campaign fund. and !still holds, no secondary placein others, beii cr..ditt' h eighnresidents
CHARLES E. JONES The Democrats lire drawing their the esteem of the good and great namely: Washington D 41 PHONES Night
J. G. SHARON of the Mndison. M W. H ..HarrisonPierre
money from the libdy people. of this worw, would ever consider iToe.
P. W. f'ORR and will not Tyler, Tayl< Arthur. 1-
They cannot use lorn the silly sujteeRtions of a gang of I and
W. V. KNOTT use others of the (net hods of raisins: dancing matters and matrons is so the case ol Washington it is said

G. B. WEL>rS. money adopted the Republicans.Each very absurdl ,hat one might doubt that the rei rds show that he was
Democrat should baptised int the fellowship of the
individual { the sanity ft the men and women
White women ould regieter contribute his part to the comparatively who offer t !suggestion. If they ares First Baptii church of New York,
J small amou of money needed sane it foil! that they have a but the hist< 'lea all speak of him as
Orl'Jron'a wome4 who has just to elect Governor ox. special ..pit t the Methodist church an Episcopo Ln. The Presbyterian '
9 completed a forty lAY faRt aR a cure for standindh against their pet performance church come next with the following oo.-o.+ooG-l 0.+00 0000 0 0 H OIJ 0 0 0 0 0 IJ 0 000000\00.<-
t for chronic atomch trouble. need QUALIFYING HE NEGROESIt i o.fjphugging by note," and .seven najea to her credit: Jackson .
have little fur ot the H. C. L. I- wearing; fatlrics that reveal more Polk, B\ hanan, Lincoln, Cleveland ,
opted is said that til over the state, than they cdHceal. Ben arrison and Wilson. All Consumers of Light & Water

Every man who in the recent negroes, and esp eially negro wom- Why is t suggestion made to the While Presidl t Lincoln was not a
I democratic prim y is normally en. are being en mrasred by the republican Methodist arch alone There is member of tl church he attended
pledged to RUPPO! the dpmocratic' party t register and will not a single ading denomination in Presbyterian orship and it is Must Pay Bills by 10th
nominee from denlial electors to without doubt vo t in the generatelection. the world tht does not condemn the known that t! ,s was his church pre- I .
Fonstables. In 80 cities it III Raid Terence.
modern dan whether in the home. I
the negro worn registering outnumber hotel or ha The only difference The Unitar nand Methodist denominations of Month
"Now is the te; to call a halt the whit women ten to one. i stoat whil e have a written rule a| each credited with I

t on all war method, prices, profiteerIng It il rumored th aTe being encouraged against "di lions that ('annotll'\ four president Those of the Unitarian -
and greed; ," iR' the announcement to do 100 in very way, that the used in thennd me of the Lord Jesu'" faith eing: John Adams. II I

of the Ford people! previous to the matter iR even h lnll' preached from iudge t to include that modern John Quincy dams Fillmore and BY ORDER OF LIGHT AND WATER COMMITTEEand "
in "T Lizzies" wI ch is true ; The Mi odists I
drop the pricer.of n their pulpits, likely dance, e other denomination Taft. were John- .
here. for last Mo day morning negro have no sp4tjfio rule and yet they son. Grant, Hn es and McKinley. I
The Montverder Industrial School! women flocked te the M Katz Song' ; Van Buren nd Roosevelt were
(lo voice th fr condemnation of the
,I halO just reeeivedliwo valuable gifts store and actual stood in line to members of tl Dutch Reformed I COLLECTOR
lance! a!' Ix-fcg inimical to spiritual
from public spirit.d men who realize rl'jristl'r life' and In "convention. Church, while arfield was the only I
the value of thel ork done for the !Should this co inue till. the n..monats 'nssoHation/t ppwer. member of the Disciple's faith.
"assembly, "synod"nml
elate of Florida. l 1h' that tine institution no longer name the officeholders other rtt>resentative gathering From the at >ve it appears that I II bas been decided k>v, the Light: and Water Committee, and

; : of the II tl' and community the consensul of opinion finds expression the: Catholic a d Baptist denominations Collector I! to enforce the ordinance which calls for the settlement .
. some such 'ataR ophe as the appointment in 4fcsitive terms. I know the larp < k I'r Ticks help kkt3p uuee the prices of of a negro postmaster hut At leastljone of these denominations have never beAi represented in the of these bills by the IOlh oH each month. .
milk is the opini n of the dairymen might "befall Ki immp aR it has Chief Executive's chair. Whichever
is jusLims strict the Met hoii -
,,,. of the state at their annual 'onvpn- done other Flori cities in the pall' ,t church t I "withdrawing"as fellowship \ wiyr the electifi goes this year anew I Most persons already observe this ordinance, and the few who
t i ; tlon at this wl'tk. WI' Democrats are not unfriendly to denominn ion will claim (the
never did Orland good opinion of the colored race, n fact have proved I' with a Jpersistent dancer. And president, for C, in a United do not will be required to do so. or service will be cut out.
while it is uthfully said that ourrule ):
ticks I themselves their best fr.ndll.: but Brethren and lardftiir is a Baptist I .
anyway.The C when it comes t recognizing them is not gtnernllv enforced to the The only m i ituthe long line of Those knowing themselves still owing for August are asked
exclusion of It member it is wihc to I I
names oft Democratic social equals nd office holders presidents wh 1 h a.* no church
n. preference will
presidential before and
let the rule tand an un unrepvaledropord : to come in Monday. Sept. 27th. pay up. or service
electors for Florida are from whom whit men and women was fir nmg Jefferson, who
printed at the held of this C'olumn. I must take order it becomes monstrous of oul convictions, and as had skeptical I written t against this fascinating -
Voters who deSir to cast their bal- unRpeaka e. prole aloof from al chnrches. I
It lI"t remain .
Iota for Cox an Roosevelt! demo- It is inconceh ble that any manor sin ever as n
member 7O OO'.OIO'.OIOO.OOOOOO OOIJOOOO 0 oooooooo
warning can indulgein
c.lltic nominees hould familiarize coull lend a hand to
the moderCform of the dance and Mrs. Edith EjffKty M\ Ethel Mon -
t' I themselves with t ese names, before bringing about R ch a calamity! for V'nt
remain and moUr, %ho last win- -- - --- -
at the a spiritually roe s -- -
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u entering the boot at the general it would bp the reveal error whicha '
minded Person. God has socreated tre here fl>ectto ref irn early in
tKat normal November *
us no man or
the '
from white man's standpoint '
Molate certain limitations Mrs W/noy Slillwell Aan
sex re
'Woman can
A few days R'O announcement find will inflict t deepest wrong to without the carnal from vi rving her.. childrfl in ,
making VJiscsin.
waR made of an i mediate reduction the colored race as well, alld would I SHOE
mind more djrnal still. So long a / vt \
'I on Ford cars to e-war prices and bring upon him irect conllequl'ncell.C'onRl'qul'n..t' .
is shall continue to PerdueJfMisa '
this true Mrsjf HjfaenMrs.
) we oppose I
since that time t 0 of the largest !\ wi h only those who .
the dance under all cir- hipps. We and ed Phipps.
mo |rn /
mail order house, iq America have live among the I' C'e can prf'iict.AnywhE'rl' TaJhna
cumstances.Some. that "prop- motojf-d to T rAinSprings
reduced prices fr 10 to 20 hut the Sunny South
I In many tin A of merchandise pel'rpnt. one might hacboice of political! erly conductei is /healthy/ exercise and SClearwate* last Saturday, re- 119 PairW White Shoes toIClcsc: Out at
harotful effects. "WNat turnjfm Sundaff night.
and free
.. and a large mans acturl'r of cotton parties hut her where the colored; froTJ "
t goods announces cut of 33 1.3 per man makes up 0 large a part of is 'meant bv, "p. pl'rly conducted" ? \ 1-3 Off
cent on its produC' Verily it looks the population he Lily Whit ad- If it includes, tnvironment, what _

,;r -. al if old h. c. 1 I. ere on the soapy j ministration sho Id h. upheld for can onvironnt :nt do when the form BARJOfUAKESchool I \ f fI
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of the lane remains unchanged
chute due
r and fo a swift donward mutual protl'cti Politics. like .
,.' \ glide. "hAritv. should 'vin at home. and The "harmfu effect" of hvigginw by I "- i"f' i\\
t this :Monday
note i is just I e same under any environment opeMKi at place : .
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or djustment of the modern morning, ept 20. with Miss Jes

fo m of 1 1icate t e dnnce that can erad- ale Raulerso of Pierson, Fla.' .a+ '
the "stinR'.re\ultin2' teacher. '5 Good Sbrle* and Good S-
from the ; exposure of the Messrs. MAP. Tindall and A. J. "'." ., ,
8 person venfOUS embrace of Lane aceomopr/ed by their daughters '. : ,' 'I')11;:;," Sizes While They Last. ''l's "" ,..."'\ t"
t i r the 1It'XI'II. the Met ri Sadie 'Dttdall and Lvgia Lane ": '\\-1' ,:"itj; ';U\ ...' ; 1"" L 1\\." ,/ I i.'.

odist only one way: of went to Mt. Sierde last Wednesday, '\ ,>, "_ 'I .f? "I":(\,.".., ,. j"/'. ._......_. ( I ,'Ii,!' '\\\' .? .
improving th J dance: and if the recent returning the sine day. rf1\ '
call'forAur helo should finally Rev. O. B. qFalls of Kissimmee, \
preached a i Splendid! sermon here <
prove to b<" Jincere we are readv L
with an infallfiile remecfV. Take our Sunday. He Q was accompanied to'' Values $3.50 to $12.OOI'fl: s nlef
.remedy grnffp: Separate the I'PX". this place byryis children, and MiA "1
1 r1 This will kill fee modern form of the Leah' llerzberm I 1-301f

dance, and, thtft kind of d-ath is the :Miss; HertittJTindall, who is attending I .-. -ia I
only remedy fcr "improving it." high 9<-hoof at KJHsimmee. ,
came out lioifc- to spend Saturday :
and Sunday weturning with Rev : Fred S. Gilbert

SB CLOUDMisses Falls, Sunday Afternoon. I L. --i
Mr. Bert Sun, wife and daughter :
and Miss Editk )McLean, all of Kis- . .. . ... .. .

1 Can sif simmee, visitetK at the home of A.
You KatMirine Farr and
e = yern J. Lane, last !Oday.
Johnson wen ostekses on Friday Miss Baleras Lane who is .
Lygia ,
evening at a pjKrty given at the homeof
enrolled .as a I iwpil at Mont Verde
t' :Miss Johnwn, on Pennsylvaniaavenue high school will! leave for that I
in hjlnor of Miss Ruth CUT
) \ A BIl'ech. Kathl Got, Leila Johnson Tuesday, Sept. I PRICE CASH GROCERY

and Marion I rmon. Miss RII'"ch The anti-surfs.' have been rebuffed I
And Miss liar left for
.q on again, for Secretary Colby has refused -i ,
I the State Co jle at Tal1ahuflee.MMIII to rescind his proclamation of Cat Price Grocery, Saturday and Monday, will sell Sugar for

: \ C ap leaving Johnson for 101. 01 and aOon.Miss The Goff evening are: the Federal- amendment.0 I' 1Sc. per lb. ome pound for every dollar in trade. If you bay $5.00 :;l

was very plea ntly spent with the close card Imports into this country of cot- worth you let S pound. of Sugar for 75c. Cash only._ .'
!games and m c. Towards
tonseed oil for six months ending ,
of the ev..nin punch and cake wereserved June 30, 1920, amounted to 5,093,356 i CRISCONo. Catsup, bottle _____________ .13 ;,;
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i Tire Farr. The Eva ata }were Ifarris Misses Elizabeth Annie pounds; peanut oil from China and 6 jn ,,1,," _______________$1.85 Best Early June Peas, No. 2 u :,
Japan 43,710,878 poundat'; cocoanutoil No.J""can ---------- .90 can _____ ____18 and .22
Harris Ola Story --
Murray, Cons ce 61,190,431 ; hine e nut N9'/ 1% can rSL.__________ .60 "
Beets No. 2 .__ ._____ .18
Nina Lou d RaRe Landis can
oil, 20,291,258 pounds; Soy bean oil, i LArd. pound ___ _____n_ .25 '
Ruth Sampson Francis Marine, Ruth 38,730,150 pounds; other oils 45,000- Picnic Hams __-V ___n__ .27 I Gallon Alagn ____nnn_ 1.50,

,, or Blf'f"ch, Mario Harmon Kathleen 000 pounds. The home production of All kinds Soap ba\ ______ .09 H Gallon Alaga __________ .75
_ Goft'. Leila Jo son Roberta Duck- all kinds of edible oils during the IS barsWtiahing __________-\ 1.05 14 lbcan ._______u_____ .23 1
master, Gerald I' Johnson and Ruby same period reached 833,959,254 Powder, 11 kgs.__ .50 Karo 1%- Ib can __nnn .19 :
Yeatm.n, Me a. Dan Armstrong, pounds. *" Tomatoes, No.2, 16<:.\ for.25 Veal Loaf __-n__________ .22 .,;
Tk Francis 1"rell Clark Knowldeni Nest!)" Bf veryiay MilGrits &- Vienna Sausage _______u__ .10
1 1Y Basil Smith III Eiselstein. Nell 3 cans "**- -...,:_.. k___ -20 Pot Meat 6c, 6 cans--------25 "

u Bartlett Otto each Fred Phippa'' i .I 5) pound. ________\-_ .25 Com ____________18, 22 and .25 .
Rector Harris, Donald Zellers Bill Meal 5 pounds ____u___V25 Pork and Beans, 2 cans____ .25 .
1st Hettlng4'r and ictor Hilt The I I Macaroni A Spaghetti 2 \r.15 Navy Beans, 2 tbs_________ .25

rt Neil Bartlet and Francis French Lemons, dozen ________ % .20 Cabbage, Ib _______________ .06
,t left Monday ni t for Gainesville, No. 10 Snowdrift ____-__A 2.00 Peas, B. Eyed 2 tts.._____ .25
where they wi attend the Folrida No. 4 Snowdrift ___-__nn Vl.OO Arbuckles Coffee, Ib_______ .40

University for e coming rear.Mr No.2 Snowdrift ..-*______:..\.60 Gold Blend Coffee _________ JO
k ire A. A. A oU and Mr" Margaret ( II I Pure Lard, pound; __uu___ V2.7 White House Coffee uuu .66

Brady married Tuesday I foal: Oil, gallon ------------5 Senate Coffee ___ ----- .60 ,d
4jsceai M
I'ninv at the aldence of Rev. and White Bacon, 27c, 4 Ibs_ _ 1. Maxwell House Coffee __-__ .60 :
4' Mrs W. F. 'Ken v. bv the Rev. Ken- Fine Table Peaches ___ __ ___ Gold Brand .nUUUu_ JOlorn '

ney. 'fie wish he happy couple anrosnerous Pineapple, can ___ __ ______ .4
life. They aN .t home I Blackberries, heavy syrupcan .4 FEEDS

Call In'- EAmine-and See on MlasRAchuRet avenue and EIe' Gold Medal Flour 24-Ibs, ,2.05 Gate, 100-lfa--:"" _____n____ 3.50 .

venth totreet. WeI I Self Rising Flour, 24-Ibs. __ 2.00 100 tbs u._ ______ ___ ..10
ai WhichVou Wish At the m..t! of the Ten Thousand Self" Rising Flour, 12-Ibs1.05 orts, 00 Ibs____.8.70 and 3.90 I

f'1)lb Mon y night, It was decided Eagle Brand Milk _ u -uu .29! t'e e 'ftm a U_____ 8.65
piss I
t tk to have home coming banquet I I.ibby's Brant! Milk __ -. .19 f' n < ea _ ___nn 3.40 \
in Nllvt'mb TlMSDAY ,I Potatoes 15-fbs.:; _ hU_ .00 Chi en feed, A _ nun 4.35
T"I' cemetery association met OPENS SEPT. 7 {

r ,' Lupfer & leather R.Wednesday hall aft oon in the G. A. under Dew mViaceinent. Thor- And in fact everything in oar store will IK TM ttltf These price are dstrictly j r

a J. A. McCarth hall Just finished installing ODfkh/ renAateqV with comfortable casKsJS ;
a C'ompl te DelC'o system for
J F. H. Brun", Bruns Point Stock airy andUoBie cookinf. ;i ii
.w. Garage a rfmi I i
i Farm, near Na OOR.t, making; the A fir -class fanAly kotel. I II CERY'
$pr : trirt.third system I tailed In that dis- DEBATE Ij

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.1. O. Vrl'plan returned home Saturday -

night aft a six weeks vacation MR/ J. M. SI IJTHProprietreu. PHONE 141 422 BROADWAYOut -. )., ''
GrT .
r at Bayonne. N J. He made the of Town Orders Given Prompt Attention.
return trip on th Apache which was
\38-4t SALES AND
crowded pie coming aouth.

Word has bee received here that I,

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".. ... , Tii& ,-[1SS rMt ,VAUET CASE ITE.. FRIDAY.SEPTEMBER 2<:. 1920 ,I' ,rivr :,

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" 4 . . .. .. .. ... .. . .1-6-OH .. J.) 'z'. Roberaon eft Monday for;* Mias. Albina8 11, the county3emonstnllonY'a : ,
visit with his da hter Mrs. Battowrgia : accompanied by '
'' Last week .th Gazette a'aartlal PHONE 12
Dutton, at her C home, 1/; Mrs. Wallace De 1 I' otored to Whit. printed PHONE 200,:
list or 1
| Report modern 1/1 I, 1-2 tier and Lokoaeer edn.sda"., .on one.. in' schools
: Six room house, ,f her official vis. people who,, were aroJlinK' I
blocks from court house; lot 97 1.2 sf hfgher educe n and those who
by 160,. 2500. Nelson Realty Co.; 20acres, 'one ml from"city limits. were entering a denies The 101. r
- :w-- Official Bulletin' of dally Miss Alice Steed left this week to six acres In gro ten acres balanc more, 'owintt aN nam which ,were later' WARNING t x
and cleared and Tf'ady" or trees, '
temperature precipitationsfurnished to the :
begin her duties in the Miami school Nelson reported per
the Kissimmee rood trucking III $5.500.
where he will teach this school Miss Helen Bs, who Is visiting
Co-operative U. S. Weather a Realty Co. Georgia relative entered the State
Bureau Station, for the' weekending term. ."A Character dy' of a Young .Clollege for Wo en at Tallahassee,
Thursday Sept. 23: Seven room twos story house, with Man" is the "ubJ t of the sermon this week. .
three' screened notches, nice .garage: at the Christian reh next Sunday Clifford Leste left Friday for the
.,Observation taken. by Secretary corner lot, $3.1i$O. Nelson Realty e at 1100.: At 7:1.::! there will be an University ot FI rid a, at Gaineevllle.
Chamber of Commerce, Co... evangelistic sermon A welcome for MillS Alpha' Weatfall entered : "-
Max. Min. RainTVrsday Lee Hobbs is fexpectcd to .arrive everybody. !\IsryvlJle, Tenn see I \
; ______ CO: 72rvidav ; frpm Camp Johnlton the last of this The ,Kissjmmee!Telephone Com Miss Orpha se will continue! her Do 't Pay Too Mac For
; __un-- 87 70: week for a visit fttvith his Kionimmee nany's truck was stroyed by fire studies at the State College for I
1 Saturday ______ 90 70 relatives, the GAffin and Woodall Sunday morning W T. C. Watson Women, at Tall assee :
S-nd"y ________ 90 0.3 families. T was making a entry trip. Mr. Robert Trimb entered the Uni-
Monday _:._____ F9 73 40 acres six les from town, tt>nacres Watson said the li ze was caused by versity of Flori \ Your GroceriesBest
Tucsda" ____on !01 71 cleared, e acres in grove, back firing | Hurry Arnold has enrolled at Sou' ''
... Wednesday ____ 91 73 .57. some young nu ry trees ready to For Sale-Fonlf*, Saddle Horses thorn College, t Sutherland. i
sct.out; small h se, $4,000. Nelson and mare. $50 uJ' See W. E. Farmer Miss Ruth Ca pbell will be a student .
Realty' Co.Forty foreman. Ne J Eden Plantation at Greensl rough, N. C."THERE' ,
acres, 22 miles from town near Narcoosxee.1 Fla.. or A. E. A REASON" Granulated Sudur Ib 16cx
on brick road; acres cleared and Thomas, Kissimm**, Fla. S5-tf. & ,

ITEMS OF 1 WEEK fenced with wo n wire; good five "If every churt-l ; member did just The nason l the defeat iq the I 15-lb.! peck jfancy lpotatQes ___ ,4______________ _$ .50
room house, $2,.! O. Nelson Realty like me, What'5tinci of a church recent election f the $9,000 proposed -- :== = .

would our church ffl" Our churches' for the roll of the light plant Good Rice' .---- --- --------------- - .08 r
Five room house i It center of town. Co.A impo ant question will have just as snit ,power and moral was because th public cannot see 1 = X
1650. Nelson Realty Co. come very before th Christian church force as the members put into them. through the 0 curity surrounding Fancy Rice _______\n_ _______.._________c ___ .10
lakeland at he close of forenoon and more. } the deficit. N statement' has ever S
W.' E. Wider of was t next Sunday no -.121/g
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Extra Fancy / ----------------------
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business visitor in issimmee Wed service. E ry member is urged Dr. J. F. Dan |I 1. of KissimmeePark been made of the income of --
to be present Mon $ mingling with plant. A stat. nent was promised Flour .J T 2.00
spent -
nesday. y 24-1b.| Pillsbury ) --------------------------
Dr. W. L.; Winn's' offices-are now J. E. Erickson has purchased the his Kisrimmee 'friinds and transact- years ago, but ever Itiven. :. 1.70
located upstairs over the post of handsome Paver bungalow on Mjab- ing business in th; I city. Dr. Daniel Some cover here are being, fur i 24-lb. Golden Crown, S K. \lour------------------------ "
36-tl and has taken immediate his frrove is coming nisbed. electrili! at 3 cents per k. j '
fice. bette street, says young ; vermicelli JS
eg' noodles
of either Spaghetti, or
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the Macagtni
4 Hoft'mai of Lakeland, was possession.. (The sale was made along fine and th t everybody and w., it being' cI nod that that Is pkgs. ?
George Nelson everything over nf the Park is in a cost of produci it, but the majority lb.5 ___________ J5
here Tuesday looting after business through the A. agency.superintendent \ k. Good Cream Cheese/ r ______,..______ ;
and condition.He of us are pays 15 cenb. per w.
of prosperous
interests. | Edd. C. Robe already besides or the street lighting -
Miss Orpha Role left Wednesdayfor the government lectric light plant says new and intern t the cost ol the
coming in and tealthY. prospects on 5Jsc
I down from ON < AND LARD.
Tallahassee, here she will attend at Camp Johns came for his section winterare plant, as asses d in the taxes. GO
the State Fe* le College. Jacksonville Mori ay his and spent Kissim-a Why, then, deficit! "There's a :

Oliver P. Taw &d famy of St. few days friends.Mr. seeing. many Allen Meek bride passed reason," but wK it is i it? .
Cloud,' have leased Wie Swabey residence : and Mrs. Jra Wetherbee who I through \id last Saturday: on | CITIZEN. : We deliver nywhere you wish, in the cityW Phone us your order,
and moved Mis family there have been enjoying a wonderful their way from Alaba- PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH :
this week. 1 II summer's visit Sith northern relatives ma, where they married Tues.Fort -- gel he prices elsewhere and we will >( you money.Waters .
Mr. and !Mrs. A. !*, Nelson are enjoying will leave Wetherbee's: old day Sept. 14th, Meade' Fla., Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. '
a visit at thur former homein I home near Welhrtvoro, Penn, Sept I the home of the( Previous to Morning worship, 11:00 a. m. Ser- I :
Wichita Kansas. fThey expect to 22, en route for Cissimmee.Mrs. her marriage t bride was Miss mon subject, "for Me to I.ive is I'Chri..t. Co.PTONE
wehs Elizabeth of Rich- & Carson
spend five or six_ a Mary : Grocery
C. B. Jacobs is the guest of mond, Va. the trip by Christian Kfldeavor. meeting at6SO : .
Mrs. H. C. Stanford, arriving Thurs- auto and \' The4made .. us far : p. m. Ttpic, "Stories from I, '
DIAMONDAND day of last weeK. She accompaniedMrs. as Orlando Hamil- Foreign/ Missio a." I' PHbtlE 12verybody .
Stanford pd two daughter, ton, sister of thrft>ride. The groom Evening ser ce, 7:10: p. m. Sermon i : 200 "
Margarett and Uattie, on a pleasant i is the son of RjO. Meek formerly "The LAI a Man Healed" .
Motor trip totimpa., spending the of Kissirnmee, a id is now working Prayer meet Wednesday, 7:30:: I :OO tt>&&*o.o.ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.oooot'
week-end there. ;n the office of lib Fort Meade I.ead"r. p.m.. Choir pi ctice Thursday, 7:30::

LEHIGH TIRES Frank Malone, and S. L. Lupferof of which his lather' is one of the p, m. )I. '
Kissimmee represented the cattle awners. "1 wiis glad hen they said unto Who Is Anybody Advertises Their "Want in the Valley Guetta.H04 ,
country of Oscefqa county in Tampa "lk.I>,,)'" Page I returned Wednesday -* me. let us g- to the house of the
GUARANTEED 5000 MILES yesterday for se RTa! hours while at- from a fin.< northern trip nnc 1.01'11." .
tending to busiAfss matters and renewing is again domi led at KdgewaternrnT1. RE W. H. DRF.SCH. c.
SIZE PRICE aCqUain aces.-Tampa Tri- He leftihere last June and - icCAMEYMr \

30x3 __ Ribbed Lehigh __ 10.50 hune, (Thursday his motored car. thr'ougB He viUted to his New parents York in in BROW ,

:(1x32.. Ribbed Lehigh __ 14.903Ox3 :Mrs. H, G. and Miss Maggie New Jersey th went on to Association \ .. Howard Rnderson has 1'l'.iv- PATRONIZEI y
_____ Diamond _n$11.90 I Roberts ha | arrived fiom Columbus Island, oft Lake Ontario, for ed an announce ent that her sister
Ga., a visit with the a ,",um'ner's nutiHR. This is near the Miss Frances MeCamcy, was married \
30x3'/2'! Non-Skid _____ 17.80 Griffin and families of the Thousand Islan< and is frequented to Gary Brown Wednesday, -r'he' -

32x3/z! _____ on-Skid nn_ 19.90 city. T\K> .! fOi left for Tampa hv electric I I'PT:' men ns a 'club. Sept 15, at ))9 3U4 ___ Non-Skid 23.90 and: Parrixh. e they will spend They live in cotTage tents which arescreened I I' Mr. and Mrs, Brown are both well ,
T. a feW'da's relatives, then and equipped with electric known here and many Kixmniniee i
24.90 STF
Non-Skid __
32x4 n return hero Sat' day. ; lights. *'f? :Page says he had I I friends will with them a long and Issimmee Groceteri
Non-Skid __ 26 33i4 ___n n The Mothers'1-ttachers club wan fine time butifeels the September prosperous wedded life.
34x4 Non-Skid __ 31.90 gratified with trM response to their heat after stayttg xo long in the I The happy qfcuple will spend their
'! Non-Skid _____ 34.90 appeal for guavu to "put up" for north. g I honey moon i inj Denver and Colorado r
.4x42-! Non-Skid 35.90.36x" the school lum'h J rcjom. which tht'\1 I Springs, Colo. i Where yoV wait on yourself and shopping is made axf>le sure. s
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!'lu___ Non-Skid _____ 38.90 are,if t the operating fruit wer forjjnearly delivered six bushels at the MRS. HALL ENTERTAINS)(BUILDING CIRCLI I MISS CAROL N FRIPP GAVE. A Our goods Sff all fresh and quality considered, yf price are
home demonstration kitchen Thurs lower than the lowest. e ew
day. Mesdamex it(..t'dV., J. Fr.pp :Mrs. E S. Boll entertained. th<" I S OOL CLASS.
LESTER EALFORD S. I.. Lupfer and;" A. S. Snodgrass, 'ruild'nir circle gf) the First BaptUVonda w
spent' the R"reatt'rlrart of the day in 'Imrrh ; \ afternoon at he r Miss Carol I"ripp entertained
I Tire and Vulcanizing Works ( converting it intft tempting jellies home, ha\iair; ap her guests, : :Mrs. N. the little girls If her Sunday school AVEW SPECIAL OFFERUrcS:
,I marmalade for the Kcfxtol) kiddies B. Cn' in. Mri F. C. Bryan. !Mrs. clan:' Saturday ftt'rnoon from 4 to
107 Bread way KiMimmee, Fla. and teachers, wh are th> ir. patrons T M. R'vern Airs. F. C. Edwards, I 6 o'clock with a delightful party. White Bacon JV. j _5 3?
!Mrs Max Cr *tnn; Mrs. Leitner, Games on the wn provided amuse Tw f r

i.i Mrs. J. tY. \ elder, Mrs. 1'1els"n. nU.nt and the appy event was con- Comp. Lard --J3 __ C-___________,_ .25 ;
sirsG.. H. N house, Mrs. S. W. cluded with re shment of sherbert' k-- 924lb

i'i' .. .,...... t.. Thornton. Mr. ''O. B Falls, Mrs. C. and cake'' sack Self Ruin F ----,?--. -----, 1.85
." H. G"'n'ham., Mrs. Leon Fennel<< !, -
'Jf"'i '11'11.F.. ?'v Fe hell, and Mrs, Eliza PYTHIAN SI ERS MEET NEX'I:, 12-lb sack_Selft RisingjCur___ ___ il __, .95

: beth War'ng. T RSDAT ) 2 cans No. 2 TomatgeTT ___ ____ ______ .25
LnOUnC' I>. tar the afternoon which wa,

List Price on ord Cars pent 'quire. : informally, a letter was! The Pythie Sisters will hold I II 2 tans Campbell's J rk and BeS ______-_____ .25 f
-ead -i the ()rnhanaR"e at Area s
\ ladies for the bo:, I their meeting ext Thursday, Sept. 3 Macaroi u
F. a DETROIT, MICH 'is. th'n\ :;he first in pkgs. -------------- --------
I 30. in place-.ol e Thursday
T + sent them. The< "
Pn EBe the September 21 si, 1920. I' box'.hk"v is wa+valu rec"Hitly at $".!Of!, and wa. : October" as thl' all will be occupied All Soaps JL. _%._ .09 -
that time.
j I creat'vppre, tiled by the recipi. at '
The Orlando will be r
I TouringReg r _____--__._--___--$440.00 "nts. The la. es are still\ collectingcontrihattons it i mple that rep- I 8
resented and urged large
4 TouringWith Bta er _n______ _______ 510.00RunaboutRegular ; the Orphanage and attendance he p sent. 'Send your children to our store. They will enjoyl f novelty of

____nnnn__ 393.00' will sufficient f' nd arti am ler s are box received as soon as waiting on I themselves and it till teach them self rSWnce and r

Runabout--With Sta er* _'._,_ 465.00 :Mrs. HallCELEBRATES F rved her guests wit h CARD t THANKSWe

Coupelet-Starter an Dcmounlable Tires. 745.00 "and\\':e.... 01 yen, salted peanut, take this rtaethod of extending economy.I ?

Sedan-Starter and Dftfnountable Tires _. 795.00 nd punch. our heartfelt than s to the good lieu'

ChasisRegular. u u---- u 360.00 8TH BIRTHDAY pie of Kissimmee' or the many kmd- "Ine Kissimmee Groceteria"D. 4
Truck--Pneumatic Tires __ 545.00 ncssi'B. shown dur ig the illness and
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AN IVERSARY death of our wif and mother. Sincerely -
_, Tractor FfJ __ 790.00 M. McKINNON, Proprietor.
---------------f Master Ho rd Higdon celebrate' -R. E. Holcfl nb and Family.
his 8'h birth ay Saturday at his I .4
home by giv g a arty, to a numberof Wanted-Large," clean cotton ragsat f"I '
Authorized Ford hit friend) Gazette office.\ ,
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The room were gaily <
K. Fla.
.a -ee.
with red and white festoons and cut
lowers, and i ibavVtts. ink vines in palmetto

The hours from 3 to 5 were spent' WINCHESTER GUNSkWinchester !
'n games on the lawns and the afternoon -
was concluded with refresh. \\

rnentu when Sandwiches, fruit punch,

're cam wets served, with a da.intybirthday Model 1911 self-Loading (Automatic) shSt gun i is a recoil operated,
1 The small 1*,st received a number hammarless. take down, five shot repeater. The recoil developed by the discharge '
R& G. MINlCfr of n'ce prescltts as a reminder ol
1 the day. of the gO cocks: the hammer ejects the fired shell feeds a loaded. shell from the

, At the part were: Bob and Fred chamber and leave the ready to be shot again. The design p'' '
: I Ii Gilbert Joy &kinson, Nellie ..Gil- magazine inloSrfie gun '

bert. Rosebe and Erma Denny,, and are mechanically correct and the part, which are fe "
operation OIT
:i Druggist Mattie Belle' 1 ner, Mayme Watson, gun
Ordia Bass, jC Alice Bass, Thelma and strong are m defct the very best of materials, and are tested and i ed
Mistier Oscar Uee and Edward Par-
J} #; tin, C'rib, nd Howard Higdon. before and after being ssflatled. The trigger pull i is short, smooth aMP ght. The I

E/7 Among the groWn-UDS were Mr. and
Mrs. Camfield. md Mrs. Gross. extraction and ejection of the nKd shells are absolutely positive this gun. Grace-

balanced. Give the .jM perfect pattern.
ALL MUST PAY UP ful in outline. Perfectly *

Free Saturday nd M day Only Free While the light and water consumers . r
i. of this ckv are exceptionally WINCHEST SHELLS
prompt in pa g their bills there
with a purchase of $I l\Q r more one Package of Ire a few who re forgetful in this

":'Ii r! Rat Annihilator, TJyr\dpdem Rat Destroyer. matter cssary anti trouble.To are. causilllt some unne- It isn't necessary for us to assurcMfQ of the reliabifitvand quality of Winchester K

Kills and completely consuntes' the Rodent, leaving overcome this the light and 611 old pocketsXttth Yellow Winchester i
"-} water committe of the council has shells. When the season opep your coat

no result's odor. it realljVdoes what others the letter whit calls for the sl"ttlement .-
1J claim to do- of all sue billll by the 10th of munition. We have jrfst received a complete fresh stock direct from ta Winchester

J Jo handle. Safe. Sure S>oil ..ach month a further says that .
Harmless ry. Sa
and rifles ready for pcction.
those who still e for August,must factory. New ock: of guns' now your

:,1, Our stojflTi is large and our services are exceled.; rev up by the 7th, or the service
will)) be disconti ed.
r Come In and See 'Them
Make --, ,
Notice is hereby. given that ,the '
Ki&simmee's Best Drug lore matures of the Southern Cattle MAKINSON COM PAN
ranch Inc.. in ,Okeechobee Count B.
Store Florida, have been posted. NO '
.I Your Drug will be allowed "
lunting or* trespassing 'THE SERV -U-RIGHT' STORE.
r Phone 3 and offenders will be prose- 0 I Ii
. ""ut..d to the full etent of the law.

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THE CREDIT ( -- y'1 r m okeleas andBlackPowder 'J
That the mini [reason's crop of1tt'UII to Exchang affairs .as" estimating the \\ *

f 'WeD.IeDowe Tampa-Citizen! Sate fruitsinsomewhat ,, t p state will be I crop at 16,000,000 boxes/ This has !.
( occasioned Mr. Stewart no end'' of c '
less th last'y'ear'gyleld . '' Waterpt
His Stomach f 'q
,Relined I correspondence in*answer to inquiries ,
Trouble. i \. is the 'opinion of E. Stewart, Jr., and the first opportunity now Is I ,1
business manager jf the Florida' used -t.o correct sTriy wrong inpres-| 3
"I 1 believe! In giving Iredlt'hert' Citrus Exchange, expressed in an slons which may pave gotten out. asa .
(edit'is due and fort that loon I. authorized intervi sent direct to I| result. The newspaper printing{; er
can endorse Tanlac heartily or what I this paper, Mr. tewart says re- the interview already has acknowledged .
It has done in my ca*l"J lid Fred ports reaching th Tampa office of I the crr r' .try gracefully .
T Surges, K non( StSr'TJdx 13R3, i the Exchange fro the various citrus i Mr. Stewart hates interest in ,
Tampa, a few days ago >fr. Burger |I sections of th tote indicates the i r 1 Florida among 'porthern residents 1"l l 1 .)
in owner And !manager <>f Bur- orange/ crop nov showing on the i! never was greaterin his opinion
,",r's Marine Ways one of. the oldest i (tt.{.< to to be Home hat in excess of ,I and he is loo) and he. t ways la.Tampa; having that of last j'ear' [but the apparent I I influx of this winter to allaeutions
been established. ; driven' it ors ago.Mr I {-hortnie of grad fruit will more |I / tourist Florida. The :td-
{ Kure-T i-i nn ofpert lpn! motorboats than than offsetcorrect. this, if reports are "I'Itl..illjC of the 'Florida Citrus Exchange ->
and !gasoline < gine tllil.l'n"- I I which isthp only really extensive ..
votns his large plant Ih ' :\lr :Stewart::::t Q/t it is extremely northern f advertising coming/
and repairing/ mo r an4 speed difficult tn make close estimate'while ''out of Florida it said to play quite|
t launches' :t the fruit s Is /green on the a part in attracting attention t<> 4' t
Fur more!' than t thrV y.lrs." he j I t..ty.s; and that n ..the closest of Florida ilK is .shfewn by letters from I
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continued, <1 l>cti :aj utTerer! present .il11at,11 lust he subject tor. readers ot it wMo often oAk for in- I
t from (' ,fknd Tfttrvoits I i, ] .'\ j 101I later.Mr. : fOJ'mlilionahout; Florida while! asking a i i;
{, ness and .OC' reached the point' : Stewart s just returned 1, for I the :Sealdsweet:::: cook hook or I II
where I nothing but'n op from an 'xh'n,11' fort hero trip in other advertising matter lie says I
ere.;i'n inll relief fly! appetite I| the interest, of IIi I Exchange a por- that despite!'' many complaints! and
was. thc\tpooMfti kind and .1.1ate tion of which wn In' company with j some uncertainty, there in ample evidence
AO litho! 1 .Was rsvlunllv losing President, J. H. R as and Salcsman-' umlf.rlyinfc stability! in l u.-i- ,
jn weight; and l UtrtngtH. The pans lICpr A. Sc lie has been I ness affairs! ovor the country, and k .
in. my stomach Wtte awful and at quoted without adlhority from him 'that the outlook generally is most I (
I could hardly stand them 1i I in connected I with' ,
f; times or anyone any Way satisfactorily; '
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had 1 regular upellw jl nervousness! -- -
and BtenVad' would' relieve |
it nothijt
m. ypel many Ii \
1 \ni t. rol nC! \nd tqfcsing, and l when k\i1rw;
f ' Sme"TJ alwai's felt weak OF CIiTlZENSHIP UPON WOMENWhen

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} \ soJmBnV'p" oplp right; here --- -- '
ill Tamp I'ebmed tc be citing such I When the S'rr( ry of State at only; the propriety of their votingbut /
tine resillts Vroni:: 'yTanlac t that I Washington offic fly declared the likewise the duty to do so, imposed Money-Back Shot-Shells'
I j started taVjnglit, :. a few weeks ago. I intifiration! of the JSusan A, Anthony by fundamental law. There i>
nnoV my cmty f trret flu that I didn't I Amendment to th Federal Constitu- nothing : beplp as srorta* I Orst head about tion. by a sufficie! t number of individual or in the 'nRtin' of a ballot and ,*oI
i, 1 t- it. \ am now'4nth! best of states the omen thereby IttIIl't'd ,'- I' far as'" educating the women of h'hir- You can get your'tnoney back for The Black Shells We make exactly the
'i have ui fine apre1terftnd am hE'allh'l ", equal politi I rigll l .vilh ih-> | ida for a proper exercise of then"
whatever I pleascvwlthout a particle men. There .....ere'manv of us who new found privilege, I am !sure thev if, for any reason at'all, you don't like them. Just same guarantee with

/ of tioible afterward The nervous-I I \believed that the question, of suffrage do not need it', any more than I tin bring back tide unused part of.the box, and we will
't/. ness h%, all gone kntl I sleep a* was a quest i of consideration men. In n government, like our refund to without question the price of the (US) CARTRIDGES
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Bound aa 1 ever di t.. have piefced up ten |V>iinds in weight I than the National government however people" it is of first importance I that whole box. There ii no 22 Long II
and nm dimply a well I man in every the way by hich I the womanenfranchisement the voters shod familiarize, themvlves Rifle
k I r< erect. \ csnsidei; ; Tanlno a real ( .s been, attainedttitude with candidates and i i-- The black Shells have Beached so high a state of cartridge at accurate

'!!r medicine! Ind am !glad to give it my or the!' individual | any of us sues. Only by -this means can 1 hey perfection in waterproofing, in speed, in power, and at distances from I
y t'common tion." 4 I hilly have assume in the past respecting I ,intcllii-cn' v searse the country in the 50 to 250 yards as o. S. 4
't" TRnlac isrtsold!/ in ICissiinmee hy .1. I it, it is. w a closed ques-' exercise of the' right of sufTrnge.! in uniformity! -that we can make this: -, unlimitedguarantee. 22 N. R. A. Long Rifle

< Z. JiibersorlRand\ In 8t. Cloud by the lion II is idle herefore, from a | h..." \i i the vencn of Florida ill \ Le.mokCartridge.ThisBLACK
S<. Xloud I/hnrmacyj/ prnrticul stundpoi, to discuss our not need les orljl in citizenship! an"- ;is fO more yards of accuracy
individual attitude] either as. to the more "" than rAen. ,
DON'T DOCK I ,oute by which It ante to us. or as I I asMinu* that there will be much (@T. : SHELLS than has hitherto
--.t- to t the merits of e question ,itself 1 bern possible with 22
Why knock "town?? If
liKe!' it move youe tb some place you youdin't The preiminent ct is that more |chitbodies, ele......And Black Povrder" rim-fire ammunition.

)li';'1' Nobody is ping to interfere t than one hundred .liousand women in I women' as. to the proper exercise] of Shell Solid bullet for
e. telack target
I The if don't know them. You
Florida have bee !given the ballot the right of th, ballot. There may Try you can

1 with your your debts jroingfj-piovided 4id. But for you'vekept the and whether you will it or not, or I combi-nationhose I get your pet load for every kind of shooting, .in smokeless or work.bullet for Hollowpointbullet small

Lord'" sake don't%knock! It hurts whether they we"ertheless me it or not, nev- powdkrs., game.
the of citizenship / Cost no more Atk for
I re onsibility -
;you doesn't worse take than thf ItjSoes stranger the toWn.long forit toR'pt it\ now u ,n them. Is it not I as. a body. In 4>they words. make of UNITED STVCTES CARTRIDGE COMPANY York Manufacturer circular C-91. .

1 next to a knqfrker and what your the duty of a got citizen to register i them a class",, .electorate.. I trust that cin ant get copy of The U,. S. Gm Law Book -FREE t! .
have to say d tsn't muchweight and vote ? Will ,h<- women of Florida 1 the representative women of our
with It only carry makes the meet this, t jeir first test, by state will eXert their influence OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO., Kiuimmee, Fla. W. B. MAKINSON CO., Kisjiimmee, Fla.
loyal people of jhe community sore exercising their 1 gal right of voting I 4s against never such desirable a J>.olicy because. Class it always voting S. F,, Travis Ot. Cocoa, Fla. J. S. Stone Melbourne, Fla.
in the tion. I
1 t' on-Fort you. Lnuderdaje Move, tut's' Herald the thinK to do. As the coming nominee of the )Democratic hope so. loses sight! of the general interest. W. A: Brown Cocoa, Fla. H. M. SaDie Sebastian, Fla.

t. : I party for the hi th office lof GoverRier' Naturally I want to see the womenof A. E. MahWn &: Co. Eau Gallie, fla. Gus Thomas Sharps, Fla.
J Watch kissimmee: Grow. orr I want to ...t to' them nnl Florida vote Lhe Democratic ticket ; i
not only Ixitnuse the )Democratic Chai. E. Sands Fort Pierce, Fla. J. E. W. McCullers Vero Fla.

( party stands for progressive legislation Gifford Trading Co. Gifford, Fla. L, D. Cox, Vero Fla.
along social I. moral and educa-
tional lines. thpse things in which Indian River Naval..;lorei Malabar, Fla. W. M. Stewart Vero, Fla.

women are sup[used to be interested Terry'i Cash &: Carry Store Melbourne, Fla. A-J. Byrd Vero, Fla.
but also I ?cause it has shown b'A ",
constructive lei ilershin in the solution -I

of econonflc problems! as well.I r .
feel .sure th t the political porty T c- - - --

which overthrefc. the reign of Republican Owners of horses and blooded stock Experiments atf the Monitana A --"f- aceount feeling withy

5 C of ReconstJ misru iction-! following the the Civil period are large users '"* Liquid/tB01'
6 I War will to the the It 'heals w m d4 festering bores, sunflower silffe and forage as time is. .clauseifsordere by r 4tortiJd liver and
appe women as compared with alfalfa showed but :* '
> b *
r proper one forever the affiliation. What. barbed wire') CI\It\ ,,. by a fnJd? pctwer| little difference I irf the feeding value ablendid (!;reme elsj Inr/sfch allmeats.iv in i.> .
political pWty they may desire that leaver .oE '( disfiguring pears. and the flow of ilk. The story Is cleanses and
't to affiliate with however I would\ Price E 30c, t0t( and $1.20. Sold by nivsyArm /restores
told in Bulletin fio. 131, issued by vim and activity, Price Gflc. Sold "
.. ,
A Satisfied like to ,
suggest a aln-.the obligation Robe the Experiment Station at Bozeman. by R\l>prRon'A Pha'rmacy. ..
MefyershiP which now rej upon them of registering ... -
and voting. If they fail to
registerlow Jhey preclude them .
Inuites You selvesfrom participation not only in .
c. to/Join/ the coming el ctions, but also( perhaps I
school el c-tions. and such other "
elections as ght be had before the Even a second. looie"etS"Wise
time for the eneral elections\ again
1. Florida Citru/Exchange ARY A. HARDER./

V Just What She Needed "

"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's; ; sometime

Tablets some time ago and theyproved
Success is attained the Florida Citrus Exchange to be just what I needed"

Jv only as it satin eJ the membership. wMtes Mrs. Volta Bank son, Chillic / f';;
th\ Mcfa ""Bhey Jt only relieved
mil oV indigestion. tit toned up JfI y ONE OF my Jobs. I HAD to go down. ,.
\ general satisfaction of members is the liter Yndfc rvl I lie .' of backache,.'and .'
." tst possible testimony to the efficiency of this dizin4fts iU had *)>ten. subject to WAS TO keep a watch. INTO SEVENTEE,.' du ut..
c&roperative. organization of citrus growers. fo sorme hiow. VTheyjdid pre a worldo i 7
] gooA I Vfll( ] FOR HOSTILE patrols. 1
klways: speak a TO RESCUE doughboy(
'ta j accomplishment has been in the way of gold w4rd f tfrpm.'!, AND OAS attacks. ;

helping members tip sell their. fruit for more while WHO WERE trying tb oke. _
producing it for AND LATE *'"' t!
fttt, giving larger net profits. one night i
i, C Gr ra nojy heretofore affiliated with the I STOOD by the door .V4 --jr
', Florida Citrus Exchange invited share groves where velvet beans beJ tKarw..eds S Ar p I may la'a i/ rk. ;
} are to in "
and .
especially cowpeas are OF ONE of tho tfug-onta. .
benefits afc co-fpenlivt selling of their product raised for the summer cover crop . Btj THER '' aj.j\lmu.:

e and co-opr.atie buying of supplies. pumpkin bugs are apt to breed in AND THOUGHT I mellml .... 1
large numbers. In September the *SPECIAL. 'HEN.
join ., r-before it is too late-and begin -bu'js of the last brood of the year I SNIFFED imd JI.teDed.J f

to be t from the Exchange during the are hatching and growing. If allowed .. YOU'VE OILY one pack
1920-21 c at.n.! Fox information write busi- to mature in the grove thereis AND.HEARD groans. 'r 1 ( .,|. JJ. 1
} danger that they will attack the S . / OF THE c atette.
nes marconsult fger'1FJqiida Citrus Exchange Tampa, fruit in late October and November.To SO PUT on my ma .i .
', a rajknager of nearest association; eliminate this danger cut out the . i ee k.L THAT eATIfcFY.
t or call corer" crop in September. Cut around AND WENT town .. *.. f .
the trees first, leaving the middlesto f . f. i V i "
be cut loter. Let the scythe precede \ AND POUND{ft doughboy :;ii I'M DAR. .D glad..
rather than follow, the mower. t' \ .
k 1ba' '. I DIDN'T -
There are very few adults on the \ TftYINQ'J 0'8\1 'I command.
: .
e\ r.
V coyer crop now. and if the young are 1,
f ik ikr driven away from the trees as here \\ A FRENCH fctf r. f AN ARMY. corp.. +

Orange'\County t suggested fore they can most get of back them to will the die trees be- '. \ AND I tod!.<'!t'gwly '
( s' .xQAVt EVEN a cigar smoker takes says 1. R. Watson entomologist at .
I .
because et their
ItND $lm s
'itrus Subchange the Florida Experiment Station. \\J satisfying body. And yet they're ;

I Experiment Station Bulletin 151 1 \ OF MY o'tVn ktgarettes l mild, too. Their blend of best
i: I given detailed Information and it can i ish and Domestic can't be
land, E cOJ
Bartk & Trust BuildingORLANDO
pan, I
I be had for the asking. Consult your THE and what a blend it iii I No Turk'j'j
AND T4rr next
( FLO DA I help county Y.U.agent who i is in 'a position to .. night Chesterfields "satilll,,'"

Eleven year of uncjucrllRtablllty. a es. Proven I
\ 1
Incrvasliiu advantages ,o mrmUer.. R-ib-My-Tism is a great pain! killer.
I It relieves pain: and soreness caused .
r by Rheumatism Neuralgia, Sprains, }
at etc.adv.If .

t ha\f' not harvested .f,
} you your trfied [
a? : corn crop, (loft forget, that now i" t
the l best tim<. 1 to select your seed ,'"

; I a In corn for nextt year's crop i't, ..

CITRUS EXCMANG1 For skin eruptions, rash, chafed .."
- --
ski prickly heat, chigger bites and I
sti of poisonous bisects, Ballard's "

Snow tJJnnrient Its air effectlte abpliIt .<
catia i V ealequlCklY.; Thrae sizes. ,e .
300, 1 an4 $1'0 per bottlA ,$old r

by ,R1 begapn P a icy, 1 .
-. II- w -
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i: ::...i i; ::.l', .: .: :'"::'\:'&: .. J..J ."" .. I ,5
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LEGAL "ADVERTISEMENTS Block "D" _____._,..._ __ .. Ordla Ba.. ._-_. ,
: Liotles -- .-.___._..... .ll (IT) la Section Twenty (IB). Towu..hlp of the
17 H ft, aad all Lot. f.. State of Florida] and you. are J

8. Block "D---------------. : ; _........ Ordla Baa .._."_-_............ 10.01 Thirty-one Twenty-five Kaatl ali( It), the South West R.aned half hereby .thoofb:: A'.Ild: salt 4
Lot I. Block .0.'_...._. _-.__._..__ Ordla 35ia on or before A, D.
.. .
,. .. _.....-._.. .. 1.11 .of Lot I Section
: Twenty-one.
: I KI.aI._ .1.1...... .. ; Town. I .IO. vli: the 4th day of October. A.- I

.' NOT ICB Lot. 11 to 10. tnc... r................. Vlrg-ll M. Qlrard ., .;;,..;..,.... 41.11 shIp ty-one Twenty-flve Eaat containing, South Range, Thir T>. 1WO. WITNESS the Honorable C. ,r
? ten O.
Lota 60 and .l_...-.__. ._... Pearl Johns acre.more Andrews. Judire of said Qourt. and
,_.__". *...?..*.._....,... 1.41 or Je... according to the
Lot 12 ..____ ., plat my name a* Clerk thereof and
-- ..---, --.-,..-,-*...,..- Helton -------------------$4 of Narcoosaee filed the
Notice I. ber'by.n that the following described land. or .b much Lot .! .... ---__ J:. !-._,.,-_.-._-__....w Z. Baa.. -__.._.........-..-..._!:. .86 the Clerk of the Circuit the office of ceola seal of eald Court at Klaslmmea, Oa
thereof, a. will be necetaary to pay the amount' due for taxea herein ..t Lot 9 6. ._______.........:..__----...-. K. L., Lesley .........__'....-...... .8 County Florida. Court, Oceola County. Morlda. on this 4th d.rCIUC'
opponlte. to the aame. together ;with the cost of such *nl. and advertising1will Lot III to 11', I.10..-__..............' 10. I.. Le.ley ,_?_...,..,.. ._:,.. '.811 This the tilt day of Auirust. ( JT. A. I). 120. -

be void at public auction on the fourth day ot October. A. D. 1 10. In iMt118> ...-..,..-i.._....__....*,?-,...,. Unknown .,_? ..._.__.?. __,. .86 MILTON ] :R.UIO. COURT SEAL) 'j
front of the City Hill door. .at .Klaslmmee County ofO.ceoa Lota 119 and 110--_ ... ...__ __ MeKee .. ? I. I. OVKR8TRBKT.: .
and State 01 i- k Paul ..........-.... ....., 1.18 'Special Maater In A.
Chancery. Clerk
Florida '
: ,. Lots 111 and 1I1.--:. _____ ____ ___ H. O. of above Court.
._ _. . .........'. Park. Martilay ___.____,,________ 1.11 KRinBS AKKRMAN 8THKU KRIBRR; AKKRMAN BTEBD.

DKscnIPIoiF LAND. NAME!] OP* TAX AND I..>t I.. Blork 4.---------------- Rull Ba* ---------------------S. m 1. SolIcitors for Complainant. Si-It. Attorney for l'lalntllr.'t.. .

OWNER COST Lot .. Block 11.._________--: =.,--_ J. H. eenV.i._;-i;;.ssi--.i" .. 1... I. 1'IMMlt' t..BBFt. 8.... 'Bf KI'a '.....,. NOTICH OK APPLICATION Or .I

Horn Lots I and 1. Block 11____---.-_-_._. Koater Newton __._.x _.:._____ 1.41 \ $..........< Jaalelal. .'lrr.'_. '_ I>ICIe D. TAX ,.
AddMloa. Lot 4 and.11. Block 11.______i.-_____ J. M. Johnston_____... ..-,___.__ 1.84 ... ...ty la Cfcaaeeryt .:rP. .
AU I O. of A. C. U ny.. Block. 4-,- J. M. Woodall________:..___--...$ 1.111 Lot 4 and 7. Block 15--------------- D. W. Alderman .... ?* ___ 1.14 \ , -"-- -- NOTICE IS HRRBBT! .
All IS.; of A. C. I.. Ky. Block IS-?+ Mach Bros, n___?_________.?.:. 10.t: >. A. H. DeaeB-BB.'. flab-UlT. ., WVi" ef ? ,? '? \ A.raa ....._' It. A. Smith : QIVKhT. That ,
All of ,B1oek 11-. -- Unknown _. ___..____ _____... 18.01 fKVt ..f 580% Bl >H .f l KVi ., \ a. ficate No. purchaser of Tax Certi
1f. r. ..... Hv-Nab. l>I.. of Bloefce 810% af SKVi He*, la, T*. SO, ... I. D*..*her M. ...: BABB. befeaMtt." 110 1618.dated the lid day of .
.. >. a, .. 1. H, P .... 10. .f H.M All of Block 1__ __ - ___ __ __ __ __ ___ Mrs. A. A. Coleman-----------, 11.311 June.ficate In A. U. office has filed said ..rt 4 :
""dltlo" i Blocks I and 3---------------------- H. A. Hunter ___ It \ p..rln by affidavit my and has made ap ..
.. u-----, 10.22 Appended plication for tax deed
I. Hlurk 107 In
Lot filed ac.
\ '-. Mr. Nora L. Buck __________ II.II : Block: 4--------------------, B. C. Button ----------------- to thVblll ,, In the a ve-stated cordance with law. Said
swu He-" -I) n i : certificate
e > lr.ef Lot IB of All Block 0. :::: =:::::::::::::- : Mrs. A. K. .Colernan----------- d cause that Ksther M. R.t... the defendanllherein embrace the :
P.) I'mfrnf "AdillttoB. lot 7. Block S----------------------- H. A. Hunter __________n_ ___ 1.411| named |* a non-real property, altuated In Oireola described ..
Lot .
J. "A"-- -------- Johrt NPIATTKI! ) 1ANI>". dent of rV* State of KMHda. County.
1*. H. 1.I'I: : )r -t;. Addtho.. Jaokflon -_____ __. _______ 10.!!! BeK. 256.6 ft. XV. Of NK cor of NK'4 resident oV Atlantic CJKf. New and Jersey I. a Florida. to-wit :
Lot S, Block A - ', J of BE" run. 8. 38 46 ft. W. 603 and that snV Is eWe Block 17. of Runnymede. The
- -
C over of twen
Griffin __ age .
____ aid
__ land
____ being.
All Block* B. R. H. and K j7.75 assessed at the date
-ft. N. Sue .
ft. E.!
161 ft. N. It I II ierefore
- S. : 13Z.4& ft. ty-one yeata* > ordered
[J Aultman. ___ ___ ___ of issuance of saId
All Blocka C and I> -- 117.41 certificate In the
to Vi Sec. < that the saiclknorv
H. Aultman w City Line then E. 110 ealdent defendant

Lot Lot 4 1., Block Block *"F"O";: -_. . Breaker & Dnrclay------------.. ::_ :: : 21'76 7:3/1: ft. _ __ n __ _ ___ _ _ __ ____ __ M. J. Crowder ________________ 21.16 be and she: la "'I'o required\ to ap certificate name of Olsston shall be H. redeemed EIII. Unl_accord i said ,
Leater 8W14 of SW % leas b.N'. NE! pear to the btl filed 111aald
cor run.
Alford _
________. log to law. tax deed
'. A. HoblsmosTaLot AddItl.R. n -- 23.85 H. 330 ft. W. to '\'. Bdy. line. Sec cauae on q xbefore Monday the will Issue thereon
1. Block 6--------------------- 16. then 4th day of *>caWA. I An the IRth day of Oulol>er. A.
N. 130 )
Jesse ft. K.! to bear: also Oct4 192H) otherwise
Lot 5, Black: -._ -- -_____ ______-- _ _- P. C. McNeal ____h___ ___ _"* 21.92 ]lea. belt. 78Vi ft. N. of 8K ror.. the aliAaistlofisV. of said bill will I l). 1820.CIrcuit. .J
Lot Bllck ___ ___ __. ( Court Seal.)
0. be tak.n
0---------------------- aSfconfeTvi
- ratio N. said
H. W. Weaver_ ___ .. siiiMl 66&H ftV. 184 ft. 8. by de-
.. J. U
Klerltla 't-4' .5.I .I.662't: fendant OVKRSTRKKT:
Land lmi o. Murvey. ft. E. 184 ft, Hec. Tp. 26, A. S. Nelson' _._ ____ .__ _ __ __ 46.8.1 f TW _
:kola 28, 311.< 31 I nnd 14------------ .* R. .I. BI..k..dlk.-I HXV14 of S1H4. Hcc. 16. 'Ef'S2*. It. 29. W. H. XVIIaon ____ .. _ ___ 43896 It Is furslfiir ordered ibnt this order 40-2.! .__ ____Clerk Circuit Court,
R -
Lota 6 Mil(I l h; 7H feetot .Lot 8 _ A. F. R.12 tieg.! NK cor. of NKVi. \.. Hen n. I be publtsjfVd once M wBjck for Kourronsecutttre :t
Lot 27 and ZS : Mev.u_ ___ -.. 258|$ weeks Iti No1-I.ic TO CR.DITOHII
844 ., u -- 2 5. Ti.| It. 29. theJCIsslmmee '
- W run* XX' 6AO fl
C. Ledford_ __ ______ __ _.___ dl.I I Valley Jfacette. 1
Lota 35. :31.II and 62 portl.*i 18.11 H. 391 ;:. 618 ft. N. 100 fl. K a newapapiML published .
In jfhld and I. osri .I ... ....... ,
County StateV .
I.ot II H of fl.seols
Midland' Hy _ 142 ft. N. 291 "
Lof M and nil R B. AuMman______ _________ 69.25 .ft--------------- R. B Aultraan( _n_-_____-_____ 60.12 Th / 28rd day of 0\ u"UIM. A/V. 1920. C..CT. PSate s.f .1"1'1.1...
of Lot C4 N. ) 22. 29 'v. '% CarBOtl _____-____- ___ __ JOI. 3 ( ClrJTlt Court Seal ) .
land Hy. - - 8. j B. Aulbman. ______ __ .__ 1'1 Mi of SXVVi of NKV4 of NW !%. Hec. J. U OVRRSTHKE!' v In re Ktate of Charles' : J
Weiidnll Mojle'i. Mu..-I>lv. of I.o. ? 27.10 28. Tp. 26. I t. r<-'t Car- .
29------------------- n. I). Frnnkford __ __,_ _____ 10.10 .' .. .
/\.' B4. <,ir A "N <>r i.. i. Cu'. W'H o-f NXVK of NRH of NW 4. Hoc. u Circuit Cakrt.
o OlU1K 'V. J Ox. To nil Creditor
0ur ey 28. Tp. 25. It. 29----------------- P. F. Twllchell _ _ X. I Dlntrlbu- "
f.ot 4. Bluck hh _ 1.61 llcltor for Complainant.. I7-6V teea and all Peraona having Claim i
:1A": -- Mra .. |
Lot S W. H. Thurmnn __ ____ 3 J. ill.HKMT. ..r Oemanda against staId Kstate.
.Blork "l B'* 81
- - Mra. W. H. Thurman -- (:8'7 'I'.a ( ...1..1'. KII.._... I'l.rlda.nn.n.nn.wJ "TIIK 4'1I''IIT .'4II HT OK TIIK X-iou. and each of -tt
Lot II nnd, IB Block ;. 2.911 you. are hereby
"I 'y
fl------------- --- _
ejl-ots IS n ml 80. Block "l: -"u----u.> . . Mr D. H. Thurmnn_:= ::: : 4.Si: ..4 /".tiMt\ : KN"'I''TH JIDK'IAI.' .'111. naitlfled and required to present any <
R. O. Plummer ,; 'IIT I CO HT l\ ANn Foil IINI'K. c4alvi. and demand which 1
Lot 17 mid 18. Block 'J" Mr* w. C. TRnn---u------,;;: 118 IIKPOHJ:: OK M( H4IOI. KINAN4KM II.A rnt'NTT.I.' .(' HH> *. INFI either. of have vou. or v ... It
Lot 1 to 4 ltio Block "Hr L4S : may against! the '
---- 1 jt'ektate
Lots 12 to IS Inc Blork """ II. D. Porter . ._ __ 4110:41..' "01 ISTVKOH ( iIATStititY.: >IIM<-I.OI nw tiKn. of Zharl... Ax-eretl Caraon d..- !
a H.: Kirk _ : ::: ; IM .. i M4)itlt4AAE. c<-..*..". late of i,
J. \\ooilalla. Nnl'.-l)lr. Wof I.... Ul ---- - n -- \, TIIK PI.RIOl)8Nll ... JI'INK' :JIOI'H. )110.:" County Flor- T'
V. I.. I. ( &s. Kiin-ey. - II S Ida to the undersigned Kxecutor* of
LoA 18 "h,' following, report of tue rccelptH and dl.l.u i arnii'iitw of the fonda 1,1 M. I'AHTHICK ConplitlMaal.II aid ctate. wllliln two years from, the }
Lot 16 - u I I..I.. ContenItliikt n-____- ___ __ _ 4 R/I C'1.4;" sl..\ .COUNTY for the period enuuiir, June 311'h. 1 I92( with the bal".UH .5. date h.r..f.I'Rt..d *

II. W >l..rror.NuliIHv.. ..Cof Lug ....'\ (ltorg. - u_-_ __ _ _ 1125 H, .."' lunt of warrant, oulHtandlUK, < and. a Hlaleiiii'tit' of the nnsct aad _J3Ahi : ...>.A". M.U"I\KKI.I.V.1':1. KKI.I-\Jnlneil: b,tfrtrmarmt lier ......-. Heptember. 17th. A1 I820
F.. I.. I. .. '0'. "ur. .,... I ';.a. and h.h' value I of *< hoot l projM-rtv of the lOt 54 < lHciOla County n sf JAM US: M CARH'IN 1"
Lut Id 501 I on 30th day of June. ;lli"ll.: ', I.'. the Count: > Hoard of Puhlln inat ;= ROV E. CHALKKR.
.IUF.II (Irpi .
A III.K 1'10'''
nunVa' > man. __ ___ __ U ,,, and the .; C A.
Naatlrrn M.-flIIIo. s.f V ixn II. uu h I I Iii Nupi-rliitcndenl' .f I'tihllc Jisetrus I Il Ion ,Is hereby publlsluprovlMlon und It appearing, by nffl't.tvlt filed In thefmeuolnff .
of I.sI 11.1.: K. I.. I. So'. M.rv.y r t of Chapter' fiKK-f of. (lit- Lav. of. Kl.ulil.i, Afl of 19181KltNKHT caunc. that I ItO I ,..Ide", ',' of H ecutera. J JWPOD

Lot1 ; AMOS fliKMitl. the defendant a lid .icl of I them launknown I i
,. ., U..r... ....... "u""I, .- -nO' IntIt.Yat.s __ __ _hnn_ ___ 730 ;.. .. I .r" I that cadi i* over the ntrof \ I

P..r< .if Lot 11.\. F. I.. I ('';. Hnr-; -t ----f"; twenty-oil' ).e.. .... s ..,,<] nut there ASHES AS FERTILIZER 1

"5.". : $' 'IIOOI. KIrotn ...n. ,'.. I la no on*. I In I h.- Jttn l of Florida.Horvlrt .. --.
I.ol .1L. Orlffln \ of n Hubpr sal mi whom would. Arkansax ';l
IMckre. .! uI-I --h-h-r_ __ U( 22 |'''|>i>HltorU% Balance Jan. I I. IMiil)_ J'8.6!>r..7G biiid l tli* d..r"lId"1"; S It la 1 hereuponUIKHKI Afl farmer asked the' '

L. I. ( ..'. "...... "'IIra"t.ut..ttwdl"" J"". I. Ii2l! .o _ __ __ .- _;: 195.4)45 < > >. /rlJlKU.( ). ANI 1'K- Prortessive Farmer for an exprenion :t
Lot 7. 9 nd 111( \ (HKCl' >. that ..Ml df feii lnnt-j. Amicnch An the value of wood '

I......|>ci'< I'..... ".. i L McLauren __ __ __ ______ 825 Net Bs>lmici. __ _ h __ _ IU.GOO.16ItI of th.*m. .appear to She Hill I of fprUIi*r. That farm weekly ashes .! !
..d Mil of f I g Complaint t>n f Mondfiy. the tu'Hiity-
I.ot 16 :(. l1'$ rB THK i SIX MONTHS: : fifth day of ',.toh..r. IJtSrt. otherwl** in ita f sue of September 11th abou

Lot 25 A M. Cody___ .__ n____ 2 42 Tux Mollcctor. Taxes _ 128.8(41 5s7 jr thf allcKiitl'MVft' of thr 11111 of Com- as follows: 1
II.o I'rpBl.- iab-II ;; ; P. Dow -- -. nu___ _____ i 42 Comply. sl Ic r-. -It''In.II., I .IlO, _ 2 I 8. 1 2 plaInt will 00 tnk'-n R" confAMB**". \
.$M. 5.' I. I. 8 .15 It. K & Ti-le TKXI-- 2.779 55) IT 18' KritTHICH ()HT>ERKI >. that Wood hpg are of value for thp.

'N 1,4 -of Lot: *" 17 H. ::1 .. b lot I State Hi-hool< Fund __ _ 584 Ii" this nutite !t.s. published .nee a w*.*k potassiumY phosphorus and "Litre' :
Itebrrt II... A J. (7rowd&.r----------------- 2 42 One Mill I'IAI.t......, Tax 1.9M64 for four "onMprutlve w..k. In Ihs compounds\they :J,
Muk-IMir. of HI. County *"'.--Hunting Llci "II.... . ._ _. _ -277 7 Klftdltnni Vrtllev < )nE4?"tf. a now!p R' contain. The 1'- "'
I.nt I ""''''111'1'. Borrowed money __ __ __ 7.0"" per of f. iierfll I rlri-ulntlun of nreulA centagO of i )ant foods depends on ;i./ .
All of Blork "KL" ,')' niver __ .. h_ _ u u __ 4)15 Intiri'Sl . : (i'opnj)! 1'lnrida.I the kind of "wood. the mannf of
All ms' Modtce. _. Donations, V .. C. C. I : t'Ii)54I1SM.) the Honorable. P.. O An-
of Blocks 1022 -
"Jf. - - - freedom
-- --
KVt: of Hlork "III." .. 54'. K Me(1ra.or---------;); 31 ft 5 Sale of. old Dumber __ _ .. . i .6.., 44.583 deWit .Itifitr .1 1. OvrrnttVt-t. Clerk : from ImpAitiea "t
BW14 of IllorU "VI, .. ..".... Wins . 23 86 ] ___ (t9r3sat. Court Hal I ) and the amount ef leachinz'jtl' hich

All Block* VI. nnd I Havne u. _. -n g j5 MakliiKni.suunsKMKNTw HIII.\c.. - __ _ - '_ __ u __ _ . .a.OH4 It .1 I* tll..lfI..T: F.f . haa tslan place.:%_ Is: _

part aeHed to \ FO" THK MIX MONTHS.Kk o f Court '.
ii Usually ashes
>pf oak
Heir, nt N \\' ....r of. Stoke;* u _ . _ .__ u IS 35 | ......Hl for acBOOlaiSalarli ,. 1trll'1'.1''IITon tain wova con'f
> VltH KI" more potaxsiuvi than Mb ..
160 ft K. ST. ft. N ) of tenonirsItepalr .. _ __ $25U7i4 417 AI.ItlIO1I ( ah .iif I!
- u. - - A :.
s..,... at :NIC t Cor of Julia L noall . _ 4952 to buII."II' '_ fr 12 r.o I. <... 4 onrt .f ( 'ounly 11(1. ........ lOt... I! "ot'ter wood*. Vnlesa fre ashes \

ISO tt. K tF. rt. N II. KurnltureInsurance .on __ - _ 8>f'116 ., Plorlia.. OitrmlB <....< I have been protected /rom4aina the ."
Ifepklns Kal / ,
N % of Hlork S h JO 2S _ _ _ V .36GO
All Of IMock 14 "M rs' XV Malli-c _ _ _ J9.45 Kent _ _ -_ _ u __ . _ 17/1 8i In the Kvtate of K S Beeland Pc- amount of these plant fojMs will ba t

K: >*r nt NW ror of. Johnnton u_ -- __ 7S_4& Janitors _ \ __u -- 637 Oft teased.NOTi'J materially reduced aAjJ result ef '1;

100 ft.. K: KIM' ft. FuelFree _ _ _ -- lf.O) 1 leaching M I
ft. Books :: z : KII *: IH
ITlHclllii I HKHKHT OIVKN. to all Leached wood aaheat- ill contain
Baa K. __
J. W. Aderhold t. ___ )oj JZ Transportation wf put, I" 2.162'' whom It may concern that on the 7th about
"Kof Knltrrl Irn-idi'Mtala for school) 1.114272 itBV of October. A. I). I 1920) I ball 1 per oent potasJf out 1 per

Lot 1 and 2 - M. Libraries. n -- .- .a.. : : - - - f_ 7r..78lC.p. npply. ti> the Hononable T. M Murphy oent phosphoric acid ftfd fhm 25 tocorn )
All of Hlock H .. K Moirlvv K _ _-_ ____ -_ r K 9f. ...._ of AdIal.strs ,,_. .lu...... of nld Court. an Jud... of I'm- 30 per cent "lime," ffftr I Ile
S .P. II. II. Miiney.NK : CollIer------------ 8.1 X.I: Salatv of Superlntendenpi ; A 7511 (su hat.. for my nnal dli*,'bnr>;.. a.utor Kxc- -
: 2-S Lot SI, Block IflMlon. r | il 1. in and ",,tls tine ineii>1>eri of nu".IL. 1111 554 ,' ..r HIM eittate of #1. S Beelnnd. pounds. Unleached :wod a4e in may ,

Deff.! at moat $ Bet. - -_- __ __ ____- 12 16'', llU'lne.nt. fur "uaft all 7tuIt _ _ .. 265)I 7" drct-aHiMl. and, At the aan.I I time I will contain from 4 to Sjixr .cent potash.
Hlock I'. run :N Pilnllnu Klnanclal' I'ro...'"I inv Steal account
Stjit.-iy St 45 55) a* Kxeculor Assuming that a-'ton '
- - - of
43 di'K K. 2HH"O"L. ::: : _ 1-: of Hill.I saIntsiinI ak fortheir RI'- UiJ'e aahes 1

+-i40 ft. N. 43 d.-,... II I Ito.iKn furnltuie, etr uS I Mtr'lhUl.ft 545 26 proTal.Hated. contains 20 pouM each &4 potash
I.ol' 1 Block 1 12 . t h Mlono.r BrimBroa .. _ ___ _ IBT.I.'i: Illt.T.'Hl __ 4I1n..." Annum, 2lxt. A II 1920C. and phosphoric acid and 600 ipounda .
Lot R. Blork 12 u _ h _ _. 23 ("Ifi A. CAKHIIN.
I'nnnlMK Club work
: ..( h . ..- -- U9.KII) of lime eomooundi and allowing 10
Lots 3. 6 nnd Z.14 46Z0622 37-91 ExecutonII "
4. 7, I h All other "u"I"'M'" __ _ I 14.14441.xsna.s
Bi-tr '.2 ft 1-1. 47 . Ault..ftn' __ -_ ,_ ___ ___ : < uiiliulsorfr | stit. t' /\011\ ( 32.755.85! cenis a pound fof'th. potash 1 cents i
N.irlliciU. cor of 'I 2 I . --t- TIIK H.T ('''.'IIT 4)F THE a pound for the-Aho phorlc acm and "j:

47 dnu. R BO\ ft. y-1 '1" '' .... ,,,. ... .. ...avl..1C B"I"fI(' "lfl"\ "G.9": : i KH'rKK\'rn:: ji>ii IAI. ('IH- S3! a ton for thy lime dompounjd we '
ft, N 47 den.V, \ : : '! : ......".. ,,,, It I 12.:;"" "50 I I I IT .OF TMK WrATH ttf 01.5)841ISA. .
K 76 Tl Ha.. i'r. Al lo" 3ue 10' I.; 0\ _ _ 253 flu 2. 6(4.4)0( IN A.\l! VOlt tUIt KO1.A tot ]S- have a value 4)f $4.50 for a tn of
13.-if nt SOIIthI' I ; ----------u-_ 6042: ... __ ___! TV.Tke ashes. Thus: *? k

Block I'l, ruiiB. N : E Net Iliilnnci. .lun. 30. 1 !55254 _ 2.54H.33 Phosphoric a4)id, 20 'tbll at 8 cts. 1.GO
N 47 dtMT. XV 71 ... Matera A ( ar..a. Uroeery ('isatpm.y. "
Wan "tit" out' .1" :ti'. 1921( 3540.33l'es.sa5t.o I Lime
76 H dcur. K __ a c..rparstlns .ra>..l.ed sad ra- compounds, 600 Ibs at $3
rt'I ::7I ; ( Bans _ / I..... ...".... tke I..... "... :
- - -- n 24 71i of the of
Lola _
u _ _
Inc. 0 ) I5I.ssi _ u _ _,, _ __ 2.31118JU'JC'AI'I'I'I'L'AT.O M..rlda. l'I..I.UIIt' \.1'... per ton./ -- - _ _ _ .90 ,I
lot 4 Irt Block 20.
BW 4U ft. .if l.ot 2. B. Maklnaon( Co. ._ __ .______ 161.76 Klurlda I.Bmber A 4'rae fompaar. a Potaih, 2Q.. lbs at 10 cents.--$100 '
II and 4. Block 21. !\ 0. R"I'lII'I' OP '14IALTA. X joCtIDO IllH141! ..rp....."." .. .1. U.,_....... vi

All of Block 2A Iytt -B. ,Maklnaon. " ''\.Co..'._...,,__. .... 71.88 "'CNI A. O3El.A4)1, ;. 1. -. JtI5I80TI., 81.20.. namaireM sA1 $4%I) Y.}
flrll .
Action HIJHMMW. Or.
C. U Rv. Rxceot S 3 .. a Flor! hl farmers I
) well
can afford
: / deS f '
; : : : :, . ... '' ,.
nclnn"' Broadway '
I -
'J "' TO) give 't'
MOre than
(" 1\\\ jb } .1 a. passing thougrh \
Dnkln Ave, to ;,
'II "I
!! .
\\f.\ Florida Lumber '
\.1 < 1441 A Crito
\ ;.01 '
\ Company
ii1Wrf. (
: : to thlM
I '' > ,ti" J' .. is the opinion of the
excefit a <4 : .U"fW" ,(, : \ ( ..d"1' &', ., 0 : I a a corporation oraranlaed. and .xl.lh.or agrl I
All. feet of and Block Pvtmlrl 26. j i Balrd :..._..-."U.J..1; __'__ ::_ 180.46 oJ :;; : .:, :! :;; under the law of the State' of, New cultural extension division. Of (Treat .

C. L By 1 i; h .. R' 1 ; ; ,.; .. iizinff value to garden and farm \
-- ,' M *L 'od ___ .. . ::MASS'MEEllNlflJfL'na .
(.._ Ilreeve. ) < < ___ _- ___ 21626: E .. .. .. .. : .. . "" J .11 Id be the a hes allowed to iro to \

Lots;: I 1..3 Inc . Bii** __ _ 31 (sr :> -;:; <: .. ." :; n H. \JL'; H I.e in almost every farm. \. '?
t 4 - !
:% .; : :: art
.-.t. . K I4iaa . . 2.1 xft :I: : : : ",
,-,' W & r. B. Orlffln. ., _ _-__ za.Ai - *ulCol WOMEN ADDRESSED 7Th.5iL55t Advertisement.advertMkaent .
O&Gr.p A ?1\.1 11-- .
/ l497.46 I 12 &i i 55.16 32 2354. 5S1. 4.09 I 13 If2

Lot :. Block' "A" H 8' t'Ier l - -- 45.3! 2 218.5 13 3.117) II I I J 135.645 : 3811.78 191! hJ ( i merS -
Lot aad \ IB ft. l t. 3 I \\07.2:1: 411 eo) 483 n S ()t) 94 410 34.62 70.03 I.Z20.II" edof .
"B" M. Arnold 5 117.65 I I 9H/J I I I 102 041 I 11376I

Lot"B"8 and R. 44 fret_ : 78..7S /I- I r.8.40 I 2 440 n.1I1 I I 60 24 00 U 1 u I Jo! BY HON. WJ. SEAR ::1Yc

Lots 4 nu<1 6-, Block n n L XV.LrW-r i ___ __ _ __u__ (1902 I I.45972_ 4Ll.Lo4N8! 750O1 851 14 I ID f 0l2.16 I 17 9 i I,76flAfIUTO t3 flt' - itJ-i
. Eat.---------- if
.w. 29
__ __; __
e .
.. .... ....
Lots -10.- "13 "and- 14.: A; ,S. -M -"rlntJi; .y --- __u ""nu 1i .91i AND LIARII.ITII" M...f CaJIad SaterJ&y Urt To Ii.- ontiruj ore, ul Avc. iYWe ..fiV .' '

Bloe4 1) -. h -- - - Unknown .. _ _ oold imberl Rfdr
KH of Lot. 11. A nil hot J. Block "0" _ ___- IS.99 crf- I.terut Om tk. Put *fWMIM s Cough

... ". ........... Adflltloa. P ASBB4B. yel and have aiwa ,
F. Leach _____ .___ h Ik Matter ef
__ *
All of Block "A"h" __ u 102' Geol ftrkool. F-aad. S .. k gives perfect sat '
Lot 1. Blocka- .- -- - H. A. Hunter ---. _- __ 1- __. --__ 73* Baliince Ouch tn )" )' ... .. ._ _ _._ _ _ tl.9,311" R.btrMoR.0s ostj :

8 H -IMifc-niv. ..f I. -J.- K.-'11'.uh 0P.- Zella Petera _____ __ _h .. __- g.SB Unrnllerteri taxna. f ) ear . ____ n.o. _ 2,4227* :: .

lint 18 t.> I IS. Block 0--------- Ime from Klimlinmee. ,.*. School No. L- _ - _- 1.60005 \ .. otatoeshepe, Hatiaa on
J T.
Block INvet _____ _n_ _"__ 213 : .. .; ray aflfe u. ....1... .. .43LJJ ." It aaawfta that ,
Lot 111. 0------------- ITnknnWB _ HI __ ___ _.I Tarn 01... ... ... 5.' map. blueberrfrs
1..0'1. 1 to 24, Black "P'-------. P. rival _.h ._- __ -___ "_" 19'ii 1.11 linlunce nash In U.pultnc9' _ __ __ u _ _ __ __ __ _ _.1.7118.17 Hl .*f said Gourt at KiaslinmiOs- are about iaffifo big things .for Walton -
Be/ NW of hot .. h h tlneuil..eted ..._. CMOln CvMBty. FlorIda. on thl. 4th day
cor 1. Block "R. .unllali i-Ufreet y..r u _ _- _ __ _- _: 76.03 '
R 9 4 M 73 94 ft. W T.I ft \ of Auxunt. A. U. 1820. eo .
/\1 /'fN: McCalllRter -... __ ? 0- ,
-. Lot i. Block fl. hUhh: 7.11 2 Tetal - -- -- ___-___u --- - ____- __-- 88.79263 ternC1JIr C'OT'n'r 1'1':4\ 1' -
run ft---------------------K 6il) ft. n'f'O' rt. N. 60 ft. 31.. 1.R T 8413. \. All;J. Clerk L. OVRR8TRKBT.of above Court quickly relieves <5oaUpatlon.

R H 104.Lot ,. Bloek IC- : Mis XT. .B.M.Maklnson ('u.-----------: S02 0.1 8..1 Fd.Vnrrnutu IJ3IRR. AKBBMAN!: 8T BD.: Bilfousnem Loss of AppeHU and
a. ( =:
Be... at UK roe of Block; "V ru.. N. 'rowd'r----------- 12.16 outata ,lOg for .u..nt expeslee.------------------------ S 890Notel Homey for ilalntlff. 34MAMTKIIK t Headaches), due to Torpid Llver.-ady.. ,

4118 fl. W 82 rt. S 138 ft. K. 82 ft K. H. tlner ... __ 90 pHyable. a d other IlahIlitlea------------------------------- 7.,3., - I
U I MAI.fc.
Jssw 1._'. IIu"-Ulv. I. Matbew.AddSlt. uu. nu. Mgrr1 '1'.a DI..I..... ':0,

... Warrant. Oul. nUnrr - _-_____ __ ___ _- uou _ -____ _n _ li'.08 I Under a.d by -virtue *
Lot. 1. 6. ft'A7. ICKS H. 10 ft. I In Block 04 a decree amterud -

"A" .. Total ._ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ b* the Judge of the Clroull
- - S.LUvzza __ _____
Masb.Sa Nub-hIv.-- - --: 'M'H.--; i- 1.3* ---- -- uuuu -- -- 18.370.8* of the. 17th Judicial Circuit of HOW DOCTORS

*.*.-. -----------j: / VBltt of B>b... l"rpertyr Snirt of Florida for Oaaeola Coun-

Lots LeAk I I Ioo and 8, 7.Block Stork"A.--"A"_ __ ____ J_ __ _ S.101. S'K. Buzia hU _____-__ ___ C 81 School Hou *H and lots _ h _ _WfBieral.__ .. _ u u - _180.20500 < "e4 a'a eertaln J.ia-n T eauae rawdy therein I III complainant pentlliKWti ,

W. A. l'.IIr'. A dol..I... Hua n h __. -- .31 tt'hS504 l.'tIr 1111'. h __ u __ u _ -__ ___ _ u ..II"O.IIIIIti..houl and Ru>1 Iaa. la defttant. I4iuaderalKnixl TREAT COLDS

Lot So Jitluek .A--------------- Mr" ( AiUAratu| __ -- --_ ___ --- ___- -_ ___ --__ --___ ___ ,7iO.0 Kpeclnl' Maater In Chancerv .
BlIjf. 101 fl. N qr SYt'" .--T. "i Vk '>W." 'rrs. tlArfmer hU____,_ M..8trtieie Other School Property ___ on .-_ __.n. j..- _ 1.9 0 0. will .ell Mt publlv outcry to the

N 42", ft, ft. 78( fu's 42H'B10 / It rectal Tax IM__..... hlxlVet aali> bldller .during. : the li\yal Kouror / '

nw. 76 ft - __ _ ___ - ____ __ - N. 8. SwahY __ _ __ Hctoool Uoue. and lot q _ _ __ __ _ _ __ _u I.2 0.OO W3II./In 1ro.t of the) October oourt house 4. A.doiMIn D- AND THE FIJI!
B.c. 1 u ft '"' of -- - - -- -- ;
NE 01' Lot 4. flchool' , ____ _ _-__ Un n - 1.7755)54 tile ((lt)' of KIsalsurne.Osc.ol
","k "H. runs 8 42 % ft. W. HO H'h..ol.APPRrRlu. _ u _ n. _- _ _ _ _ _ u 1.7944044S Counfy. Florida 2.000 head of cattle. _

ft.! N. 4H4 ft.. K 60 ft. - "_ J XV Thompson ? __ _ _ __ 983 >tier "Vhool property _ -- __ _- - -_ _ _- - _ _- _ -- 750.00I I ra"KlmK In the Colintlea of Brevard
H2" i':
Ben ft. of NW Block PirstStepInTreatnientTh&BrIJ
cur "I. [,,1'It.' ..." .. and Oaceola marked antIbrauileI
rnn H 105 ft. K. 36 % ft. S 30 ft. "T'al, . . . _ __ 1100.000.HI 41-It *. follow Marked
n - uun -u - lispersquare Purgative With
W. 89 ft. SI 12'. ft Calotal GI !
K 147 % ft. N. ,
--- -------------------- ----- --- - -- --- - -- - - uder lift In .
mie Iii
Lot 41 ft.V.. 40" ft. N. 106 ft. W. 46ft Rev. W H Rail. Kl._. . -_ SO 82 I 1 thr othtr. Branded (> 'If.r."I\ I Purified and Reined C4iI :
t. Block
M------------------ W I Uarclay NO'l'I1'J. aurlbed property to-wit : I L'pleraq'uHrfsinderhit In one
- WH I.i't let 1 JHock Block, ""O1. ----------7. L Clveraere - = : --= : --_ :U 2 Lot Slight" ,, ('H ) of "Block "C" of I I IO'Neal swallow fork In the other earsharp and Tablets that ars Naubi*

K.RH 4* ft.l 2.or !..>! 3, 0--------------Block Mrs K. A. He..nhlll __ sn l 4S ) at OR the and Osbwrn's Addition to the 1 branded I>. T. cod a* *hi wn In th less, S_; ad UY
W 0"V.. O Hil-nklS* h _ 28.86 $ ( Ihe 21 O Town of. Klnslinmee Cltt. accordlutf aid decree recorded and on Ole In
Block "X" -
% fv( 4. .. . '
Hfc AURBst Kaa hU __ _ _ . 3_ 45 at I'. to CO 0 any oornM to the onfclal plat. said land lying : thl* .eaaae Marked Crop two *pllt I II *
Lot 4. ck 'T" __ _
.- n _ _ ..1v.. Thompaan h _ _ _ 735" p1 the may cent-d I, nnd .belntr In the eSt half <.f the'' Underklt'In; one ear. *wallow fork under Doctors f.nil
Lot 8 -
1 of A C.I. Bl
JOt ISO ft N ..t A C Rv.L. By In Tllook IIV.. fl. Hanklna __ _ _ B .12 ansetit quarter of .Section twentT-one ((21 I. I JOHN S. CAIl-tI.
AAJ Bloolo 10 26 1 i b
and 2 ende
ran for
h Tncker ( s U f.
- - Brick <'o _ 1369B 3t Tpwnhlp Twentylvs(25) SeutU. Special Manter in Chancery I
: -BlockwlJI - ---- -n hU'. Mrs. 1> Campbell .. Rnnire Twentv-nlne I I MASMttY\ aV XVAKl.OXV. foctiwneiiiiUK r 1N
__ 29.73 erk (9) aal.
M| r Block 10. _?_ __ __ n .! 't .t1:
t TMock' 21 h - \f.cJ.Vhlll..y.. Kat u lix 96 Thl the 8B| | day of AuarujU 1920 Aof far CompM 3H-6I |7 "c* ;
4. __
- - - "*>' Carrli'. -
h & I> MILTON - ---- -- -
rilaxk _ flHWlT l'LKH I -- -- -
AH N. of A. C. U Hy.. Block h 6R 95 THK 4'$41 H'tVbMt DUSt fttepjn the eoi ('ni
26_ _ 14 W
Warren I"> TnK ("lItI'IIT t'ot'HT 0 0F ,4.
wn .\ man _ _ 34.fin SK.\ UATKRNTH Jl IllCTTl. (>In1 Special Master In ChancervKninns. : OK TillI -
K. H. Wadr. A Voa* A"'" ,'''.. (' IT OK TIIK HTATM OK KI.OIII- AKHKMAN lit MTHBD.Solicitor I *K1 KNTKKItTH! JIKILIAI. C 11.. le.nj colon t : t I ( 's Lit,

AM Blocks Blocks:3 to 1 8.* Ino.2 eV. except N\4 Lot he.I. 1'110"at SHcor. '( S Tucker Brick Co. ___ ___ _ _ 97.96\ nM mma for tke Caeaty .f .>.<-e- for Complainant. 31-St I[ 4'1'IT 11\.111I' t.K AMI! TIlE KOIIKOI.A$T 'TK C* KI.OKI-' rhfcfh are "o li c .taat "
( Ol NTl. -
Block I. run. N. loll ft. "W14* .!.. 1''N'I' I| .v 1ktnng itct o h0. st-ie cab-

ft. R 1110( fi J ... K 14H ft ; ii l.o I..... N I'V THKMHX ..11..1. ('fLIrT 5OII TIlE 5. I. Uoct 5 a '.:,t I.'I. .
H Lom 1. rHock 3 & Lot 1. Block 6 $ K. M. Muieley 'T"'TII: ..IIU.AI. tjordoa 11.-... IMalaMar. ... .
Klsslairaee Lumber, ('n. 1IIH6 5 ( lit vrr |t on ai'- 0 Ii I '
Bear nt !4" eor or Itlorli :3, runs N. u Complalnaipt.rlmcnta "'.1'1' 0' TIIK NTATK' (IK KI..HIDA. .'101'1". I.UKlM-r Cr..e < ..!...?, r : tt 3 'VC7 -
100 ft. XX' 148 ft. S. I IOU( ft. K MS v. I'U! KOH TIIH l-oi'NTV' OK MfrpemllOM. rl al. l>.'...d..t.. 1 lards pri entlis ilue ns.L iion
ft. .: -- - .V B Cnrxon .. \ E. Basa and XV C. Baa*. 14crhstsnnsi .... ..01.". I.%. Sui tat og. the mo imps :t f-tto j.t w
R. I. LeHley and Jennie K.ealey. .
All Block 18 Jesepn. Hart . l"lvll Aello ttmrnfmitr IJMW.4Nt.. Or |hug the 1. .
W. C. II... AddHloBu .. 19 !3 lfi :; hi* wife. State Bank: of VHImrace :Merle L ltniis. lr for I'BlilleatloM.TO \nd 'i ue a.fsfv? ,
Lot it oorporatlon. Oulda) Malloy.1 I ni a i dc wa.r.1 ol
1 . . . '
h - -- ---- Nelson ", _ ( i.m via I na ii t ,
'neht _ _ _ 6.33
,' u Mary T K. Mankln and John XX fliin- bnia.'a U ,
K. I.. 1..1., AdaUlea. -, I v. I 'lorlda i rate & Lumber Company . .5.ioe'Caiot .
Lot 22 .___ M kin. her husband Lupfer & Prnther I I n. XX'hlttecl. and a corporation! organized and exUtlnl I )
V. Kmma 1) ,
- -- -- --- --vrtr- Bronson XX'hlt- otb55
S Lot 23 .,_ ____ u__ L.:'__ John Bronaon Huh_ 825 iitrafre, a corporation. C. Eand Carlfl. .ri I' ted hi. wire u.d.-r the lnM of the Slut.of NPerey. .. tongueswallow a. .
_ I
Lot 14 ___ H -_-. - - MrllV M. XVh-01--
iota 3* and 39--------------- B F:. RvanH __ __ u_ 826 141 loratlun I I K. Menk and JJ .':-.I?. Kellv Newark nor t ii .., 1

tote. ll andjl2---------------------' n 5'. Rryan _ _.__ . __. _ 435/ Defendants Notice I I. hereby Kl\en that under' State' of New and all whom I* at f4 tiir tlioiir i ijNoitnmnin ehtiti1ea-... 1 ssre ,
Lot (3 ___ __ .. _ ___ -- I and virtue mu> concern You and each of
u h Roma Thomas __-.. J _ by of annal decree of yoiart
___ _ 1.42: wbt.
h Notice la hereby given that underand I colt I
. Lot. 69.! 70 and 71 __ ___ T. ('. foreclosure and .ale rendered hereby notlUed that the ahot'.
u --- --- George ____ ._ __ ___ In the J
J.V.. Lilly" Addition. -- -- -- '32 by virtue of a final decree oforcclosure above on the 27th day or suIt wan Inntltuted In the ahoCourt \ .as r ehc4 your Hi or ii :. ivp, your
tot 4. 1a"d S. Block L ____ _._ _ fI. I.ntta -___ _____ __. 18.02 ,yl.* and sale rendered In thoabove AURUit. 1R20 r will offer for sale and I I ( on the 14th dRY of July. A I'192ii. .ystcm ifled, and yu are feeling
- rauav on the 28th day ofAuftuit. and ancillary .
W A.ok 61V4>. ft.nosmraa-n of Lot I Neh-Dlr.* 2. Block of fr44 3. W. U. Frace -___ _. ..- ._ -_. -- 1608 1921'. I will offer for ale and, I sell to the at public hlKheit outcry bidder for at cash the front In band : In aalil raime on the aakl 14th IHUed daof Ins-, with hearty appetite for br.>akl -

% Bf NKM of NW'4. M... '. ell nt public: to'b'' ':{.r'o""l raM. In hand the court house in Klaimestace of.- 5 July. A I. I 92)). directed to l'i. r, l 1)ruggIscts sell CalotnK* only la

.. Z"R.. %e. to thx the front ofthe ola County Florida during the legal Johnston and. O P Onrr..". co-parl -iginal coaled package, price thirtv-
court house In ner dolnic bulne
Klanlmmce. .
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What Fordson: Owners Say

L DURING the, past year the.Fordson Farm Tractor has'demonstrated. that it is the World's Leading Farm Tractor Over 150,000 users '.'

, to this f FORDSON is revolutionizing farming.. .,
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: The Fordson iSybefng used a actors have never been worked: before and for every purpose imaginable--plowing, discing, harrowing, '

rolling, driljite haying, harvestfiukthreshing, filling silos, sawing. wood, dragging and grading roads, and many other. jobs.. );i



STROUP I FRANKFORD, Kissimmee, Ha. TOM BARRETTM\| Harvard, IU. fTrac'torR
I''ordsonTractor No. 35070. Delivered Apr. 21, 1919.
and have been -- r
irt service over oneyear _ .J"
-- - sluhble.45'acreaThey !
WORK DONE: Plowed,
giving entire toe satisfaction.: eight mules at ----_- -- Sod ______._u __ _. j_. 15 acres
do work equivalent to ___ SB
mules. .. Disced u_ __ on acres
the .name as one pair
practically expense
Drained :I/t 0 acres
satisfactory - ----- --
have l been entirely -
In fact our a
more Used tractor to pull hay loader
and havt.. than come up to our expectations. a "
and helped put up hay. I, t
.REPAIR EXPENSE: Less<< than 54.00. '.
F.rd... / STATEMENT: The Ford.son Tractor has been a ) it'
wondeful help to me this spring. :
LUKE OBERWEIS, Marengo, III.Fordson ;.

Traitor: No. 21983.: Delivered Oct. 10, 1918. .
WORK DONE: Plowed stuli|>)lel _n__ 150 acres JAMES MARLING, Garden Prairie, III. h

. Sod ___ ___________21 V4 acres a .0 L',' ?r d son Tractor N 0. 40'..,.n.. Delivered May I7191fl.* v:,0\":.

Breaking ________ 4 acres o WORK DONE: Ilo..pcI., !stubble __ .- 55 acresBreaking )!.
))i elootf. ______ 2l! S acres = 12 acres
Pfajrtred11_ ____ <>0 acresREPAIR I -- Disced _ 4.r acres
EXPENSE: Leas than $1800.) !Dragged ,' 7 acres
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STATEMENT: :: My tractor works very good and c p..F'AIR: EXPENSE:; : Liws than :*';7.00.STATEMENT .
has! plenty of pnwcl" for dnnrKiiiK, clist"inaand : : The Fordadn is a uonder. I 'amcertainly J
? plowing in fact anything: I ask it to lo. I :well pleased! with the ovtfit. after

have pl'wpdVh'r.; : .. ;ther, tractors hnve failed. a trying it in our .ilough where' it is \e). hard of
to plow e
IRWIN BAIRD, Alden, IU. ',

Fordson Tractor No. 3.r.09fi. IK.livered'Apr. 17. 1919.'S AM\N BROTHERS Hebom, III.

WORK DONE: Plowed, stubble i.._ u 40 acres "F'ontson'l'raFt.rNo.17714. IeliveredMay 20 1919.
Disced ___uuu 40 acre WORK DONE Plowed stubble 35 acres '
STATEMENT:: Would not go buck to horses for WILL TEEPLE, Harvard, IIL DAVID PITCH, Harvard, IU. -....... fiaC'pd' __n__:==:=:=. =: 5 acres
any heavy farm work. ,REPAIR EXPENSE: None
Fordson Tractor No. 27781. Delivered Mhrch 5, Fo von Tractor No. 2759b. Delivered March ,10. STATEMENT: Although we have used our tractor

; 1919.WORK 119. but very littte, we are well satisfied with it.
WORK BONE: Plowed, stubble 36 acres
FRED KISSELBURG, Capron, III. DONE: Plowed, stubble----____ 17 acresBreaking Sod -- -_--. 10 acres t
uu________ 20 acresy uuuu._ _____ __ .
Ford Ron Tractor No. 35079. Delivered 14, 1919. Disced _____________200 acres Disced -- : .T12S acres MERJtIMAN BROTHERS, Garden Prairie, IU.WOHK .
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WORK DONE: Plowed, .stubble.-_____35 acres ragged acres
Sod _____?____ Sk_u__ 6 acres Dragged------------0 acres round feed; sawed wood. F'ords3Tractor No. 21965. Delivered May 22, 1919. .
Breaking ___ 4 acres Ihill e---------------2 0 acres REPAIR EXPBNSfiV. Less than $10, DONE: Plowed, stubble. _ _ ___ 7 acres

', Diced ______unU_______.35 acres STATEMENT I would rather have my Fordson STATEMENT: The F iLson Tractor,1s| O. / Sod _____ __ _ u .. .. _14 sc.sREPAIR
BILL: Less than $3.00. Tractor than 8 of the best horses for work on the only real tracto laatii rhai It'I..' BreakingY :3 acres

I STATEMENT: My Fordson Tfactor'helped me my farm. The Fordson tractor is not only a best hired man I have everTflBeBnHtaqpfeTf the .....t- Disced _._____ __-___.45 acres
out this spring to get my crops inon time. great time saver, but the best tool I have time this spring it has done the work of' *kP J STATEMENT: Our tractor haw succeeded in everything t
l The mot I run- it the more I like 1L ever owned. horsw. we attempted to do.

:t :Thousands of farmers now ordering their outfits. Place your order today and be sure of an early delivery. y4




Auth orized Dealer Kissim ee, Florida

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\ ' roar Iltamin for Belllnic. property Ch.Btor T. Markaj. Box 24! MattaIKilnvtt I be passed to make card playing for I Jacksonville; H. IIan)ld Hume Glen F THE WEDNESDAY BUDGE *v1Nv

t' Classified Advertisements' too large for prevent owner. Apply .. I. M....... .40-41. prizes illegal. .- I St. Mary; S. J. Slirfh.Orlando; and li CLUB- \ ..
Ousette. 1-tf
Valley - '
IITUATIIIT :IJ-.lly flrBtpluBaIxirber The craze seems to have taken a John S. Taylor, Largo. ; .- .
One for the tourist K..HBOD. Anytime hold the city of .Beaver! ;
fr. FOR BALK- nm Electric Wall special upon Mrs. lK. W. Boice entertained tfw,,
is educated who
..v"" FOR RENT Plate. Practically new At a r.aaonabla after Ort lfi..ldr. -aa lco. 1' Falls, and the leading men of the I The man ben bars. .). the Wednesday afternoon :
price. Apply Valley Oatte. Kuntz, No. 334 Douglas I't. <;rcentteld. knows the most of Che experiences of mem
t FDR. 'IliWirY-IJirlr--JCpol bed room .* 7-tt. Ind. 41-2t-pd. I I city called eTt masse on Justice William others. The U. S. Department of bridge 4ub jthis. week at b4.r"; "*
l:'. IIfl>t', houaekf: (nQ-apartments anda Piper and asked him to issue I 1 Washington O. C. and home on Vine street Two tables 6< f"
t a garage at 111: Church. Ki.:! S-tf, KO 8AL1'"UrlKcoe" ft\v pa*wen ;-r FARMERS/: -Send today for a frweample warrants wholesale against the women -, Agriculture, ( .' ...
eatSta were n
t uring car, Firm class condition. oopy of the Florida Farmer I the State Ex :! tion, players njOB .
and Htotkman, published at Jack. of the .city. Nearly 160 names I Mrs MarWn Cat.on made high
FOR TRENT-Garga nlo furnl.hed 1 uk.It1 a new 'fBUv e room. with kitchenette< cornerLake e rter, c. P -/660.00. ,<:uM at onvllla.. Tell about livestock rala- were mentioned, many of the complainants :' '' and, a\handsome duck /r
;., II.La..on. log dalrylnic. poultry, citrus fruit by men whf have spent years score receiver .
and hay Btrecli. su .F. I :ton d dih'1 ltar.lte, Yls natning their wives. They I
),? 1-tf. or a. and trucking, weekly, at ".00 peryearthree able I[ in getting the faits and the readercan :-of cards; 'V '
for 12 OO. Onllv".tock ) affirmed thAt they were not to Boice refieliedvher guests
year Mr ,
Tier them by hour, two ofreading.
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S FOR SALE iu1 \ and general farming: paper )I get 'heir meals cooked, that the'Interebt I I I /get. Why njut Jan take advantage with sherbert '*l& Cakes at the con .t
In the .t.te.Vrlte today.
of the women in their homes I \ ,
I elusion of the .md.
\ i of the opportunity T
l but while the clergymenin , __ __ '
dying -
FOR 8ALEpTjnvy draft horse WHITn CI.KIIKH. (men women) over 11. for was I I .' -- .'
and karnJn> J. N. Parker Ill Postal Mall 8,-rvlce. $135 month. I the deletatlan affirmed that the i ;
RoyalylL 7 3941pd.FOR 0111 thenExchange Examination October Kxpprlenceunnoceaaarv teachers in >he schools wrangled .
Sunday i
F For free particulars
8AL.K- Oooh cecond-hnnd Furl; write R. Terr>'. '(former Civil ServIce over gt euchre instead .
yn oars Bam O. |tag.lale. Phone %6. Examiner) 1142 Continental of teaching;* the classes and .debated !
) il-tf Illdtc. \Va hli.xton. U C 41-21. and discussed prizeR to be under cover For Cash }
"We Sell It ,
FOR SALE I/or... and Mill** TiT u of their hymn books. \ tV{
I iulr. ot J./M. Miller. 19-tf. )ESERT HOMES FOR EUCHRE Justice Piper succeeded m altay- .
ing the ind gnation .f the men.
VOR HAL Work home and fewe
farming /mplemnt, rhmp. D. O fores of PenjBsjrlTaaia Jfusbaadt'VUk I
( Wa..n.r,/North Bermuda Ave. 4"U1 Warrant A..Their 'BRIDGE NCHEON FOR 'H if

wo1t SAlfe-.14 acre tract gt.elmmee.IcVred.ltn ; : I fy the Florida Citrus Es- Wiret. i HISS_ALICE_ GILLESPIE \We 8.ell'lI For Less"WE
latce !tont. near
<> : nt prtU .t billdlnx Bltra In .5 the membership. .... Misses Margarptt and Mattie! i
xt the 8 mt.. Thli !I. a hargaln. J. K FOR NALa--One biff three roller; IS.-To such Stanford ware hostesses! Friday. entertaining -
Mattock... Ut Dora. Fla. ITtt.FOR power can mill. .,Addrra, : ]'. O. an extent hastb/Vice of gambling in pith a lovely bridge .. )..
Box 60. Klna-aton. Via. 41-lt-pd.
?' BAl>H-On. m.rwn Typewriter.B the form of euAre for prizes taken luncheon at .the home of their parents \
ca ..1 three, vlilbl. as rood a* newApply WANTED. hold upon UPfereen of Beaver Mr. add Mrs. II. C. Stanford.The DO NOT DELIVER
r2 Valley Oa..tte. tf county that oday the>merchants,professional event :was in honor of Miss' j

r FOR 8AL.B-Fin. residence property WANTED-To lease a farm of 6 or en and maXjf of the in- Alice Gillespic. of Birminsrharn. Ala.. \ I j
bll duart*r-blpdk, seven room.d noiiae.rana more acra with or without atock dependoaC wealthy men >of the city who was thi guest of Misses Gracean1 : ,
tne.. pecan tree. the oak.. for a term of year with or without presef d petition to presentativ i . ,
vine, ihruba. Oarave.wrft privilege of buying Send full In- a uuiftleThe -
newer ;
..... .. II. Bricker asking t>mt a lawN three table | u
.h..a and two pare regime In formation In flmt I. Ad I bridge from 111 i ___ .IT posted m4 Tcb nH figure
-- - of players, inn. Granul ted abgar _____ $
'\".. b.. Vlr till 1 30 a course luncheon i
was ser They spent the remainder 24-lbs PittrbuW Flour_____ 2.00
their delivery c* at 4 per cent.
of afternoon at the I 24-Ibs Self R g Floor_ 1.80 '
movies. L I
J1 DR. T* M. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE CEO. T. SINGELTARY Fancy Head RiciL\___u___ .10 or more, aofl.- about 90 per cent.
;z ?'M..., Cashier VJc-/Vew CITRUS OUT 15-lb pJc.: Irish P toes___ .53
TO KfEP BLACK FLY ,I' of the jferceries sold are carried
II Maxwell House Coif, n___ .49
t The meetin of the citrus irrowlast -
ers in Orland Thursday to coa-I Arbuckle. Coffee ___J--- .39 ,!Uy U e purchaseThen the Cash ) the prtrolem of ,,keeping $ pJ
., Good pare Coffee .___3u-
black fly out f Florida was attended I Carry buyer about 5.4
of I Coffee ___ ..1"I W pays
by a lurs number growers; Good Green n e

. from practicndt""in county v in the every s."te.citrus pro- Tall Milk all kiads_______ .IS per cent of the expense of delivery l

i Following a statement! of facts as I Doz. B'by Van Camp____

' Systematize Your Affairs to at the the danger nresensioriT nd time what to is tjrevent being done Its I 1 No. 2 Maine Corn____2 for J&i to. the little handful wh* arcVjoo a aJ

-r Open a Bank Account here and put all the money you receive mtrodtto. m H.. by Plant C'om1rt tl- 1' No.2 Sifted Peas____2 lo/ .35? wbat they' eat.
proud to

and his carry
Wilmon Newell quarantine No. 5 Dunbar Syrup ____i_ .59 ....
.t ao soon as you receive it right into Bank. The pocketbook leaks Inspect* r. Dr J. H. Monttroraerv. .,. .

Your Bank Account doesn't. We furnish you with books, checks, some re lubdons were adopted. No. 5 White Star Syrup__ .50 WHY PO YOU PAY IT ?
ederal Horti'-ultvira'; '! .18
If don't know'how do it let show Everyone asking National Biscuits
free. to
etc., you us you. Board for a hdarinu at an early date. .
1- must learn sometime Why not start learning to-day? Several speaker viewed the black I 2 fbs. Luna Be-s-t.----u-S -WE DO NOT DELIVER- 4
fly menace as .)) a.d'r! to control than 3 tbs. Cala. "
citrus canker :and recommendation -

Bank of Osceola County w "T" made that the government: strihlish I ,
at 'v
a large fumigating plant 1.
Key West to I disinfect all freight I '
r Hoars: 9 a. m. 2 p. m. cars ferried over from Cuba. At th"I I PHONE US fOR THE RIGHT PRICE AND*UY WHERE YOB

rC present time t lerf is a small n'an'

which handles All cars containing! I PLEASE.
vearetlkbles.B. .
firi'i" or
t Orlandn elected i
l F. Floyd4l' wa i
I r permanent chairman with Ben j. R I
f ? fox of secretary Mr
< Floyd 'I'll authorized to aopoint a

Th Bank With the Ability committee to Work with him in TAflOR..S'Jt
J Serve DEPOSITS INSURED hnndlinr nre entation" of facts to theI I
and Willingn to
Federal Horticultural I Board, and he '
? l lFels la has selected th4v following gentlemen -

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v... v ,, "J'ooq' .w. 'V' 'Ii" J. Krome, ; J. C. Chase,

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