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: October 1, 1920
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00979
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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FULL DEMOCRATIC REGISTRATION BOOKS CLOSE I CHAMBER OF COMMERCE KISSIMMEE CITRUSGROWERS :I

HERE 9TH IS BEHIND CLEAN-UP DAY .. .

j .. While women, of Osceola Mayor's Proclamation. The!, Chamber of Commerce Is be '
r H TICKET FOR'THENOVEMBER county have not yet registered, thenumber hind Clean-Up Day, Saturday, Oct ASSNWILL 1I 1-
9th. '
who their
have entered
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the . . .- You.; can help to save life.and prop
names on book greatly 'outnumber --
ELECTIONClip erty from needles fire destruction. POOL FRUIT .
the negroes. of tourists and homeseeker . !
. Whereas, a large number are expected In ." fire costs
The books here show that in precincts single year more than I :
# !--- numbers one and seven, 275 to visit Kissimmee this, fen and winter '.nd 20,000 lives'.and '$325,000,000.Clean .
This Oat and Familiarize. Yoorselves women have registered and but 60 your premises remove rubbish Fall Meeting Well Attended-Harmoay 4
With These Name Before negro women.It Whereas, owing to the unusually heavy rainfall the'pa.t .sum correct your hazards, cultivate Eiiste-Ont-ef.Towa Frill

I is estimated that' there are fully mer; vacant lots around the city are now covered with a heavy carefulness. Remember most fires Mea Give Experience !Big lacrease
Booth. : -
Ealeriac The 600 white women in these precinctswho :- ', are preventable: ; '4
could qualify. growth of. weeds, and Let us go on record as being the la a.......
The full list of the Democratic tick-- cleanest town of its size "in Florida.
The number of men qualified to
Whereas number of cilizent have allowed waste and
et, State, National and County are vote is 500, sixty of these have recently a our Remember the day, Saturday, Oct. Notwithstanding the heavy downpour 1
given below for the first time. Persons registered. rubbish to accumulate around their premises, endangering the health 9th. J. D. WOODBECK of rain the fall meeting of the
wishing to vote for Cox and Secretary. Kissimmee: Citrus' Growers Assocla" 4
y. Sixty colored men' thus far have -
and of
safety city, .
Roosevelt should memorize the list registered.l our -- -- ion at the Exchange packing house : '

',. of the Democratic electors and make There are but nine days more in Now, therefore, I, John S. .Cadel, mayor of the City of Ki; im- :LYLES STORY NOW SOLE Thursday morning was largely attended .\\j;
'r' a cross before<< the name of each onet and a feeling of utmost harmony -
which to perform this civic for.
duty OWNER OF
STORY STORE
do hereby and declare Saturday, Oct. 9th. Clean UP A
of them in order that their full intention E. D. Katz, supervisor of registration mee announce seemed to prevail !

may be carried out, thus: says that unless he is otherwise Day, and call upon all citizens of ICissisntnee to set apart said dayon Lyles V. Story has purchased the The past season was the most J

t __ _Presidential: I 1 _Electors ____. notified he will close the books Oct. which to devote at much time M possible i to cutting weeds, interest of his father in the Story prosperous. in the history of the exchange .
9th, as has been the custom. This I Store and is now sole owner of the and the. business booked for
'X MARTIN CAItABALLOJ should be kept in mind that no one cleaning up debris, planting flowers, and otherwise beautifying. business. Mr. Story Sr. we under- the season just opening shows a AI"

X P. W. CORR be disappointed.\ fair stand, will snags! in farming on some. treat iacrease over that of previous
our city. < other out-door occupation. years.B. .

J: 1 X__ CHARLES B. JONES GETTING READY FOR THENATIONALJEDITORIAL Done and ordered this Sept. 30. A< D. 1920. Lyles states that he has already C. Miller. president of the Exchange .
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ASS'N t I begun work on extensive alterationsin presided, and made it evident
,: X W. V. KNOTT JOHN 5. CADEL. his store and when these ore from start to finish that each ,11'

i' X ---:J. G.-SHARON Editor reo. E. Hosmer, of the Mayor of Kiaslmmee.I completed his stock will be largely individual should have a voice in deg '

--'-- - -- -- - .---- -- Manatee River Journal of Braden- 'not-eased and that he \vM carry -a tiding questions w
X U .B. WELLS town spent a few hours in Kissimmee higher grade dry roods and aotions Mr. Miller stated that the prin., t
t -- between trains last Saturday 'I I than has been handled heretofore by cipal reason for calling the growesj
I; It m--; be remembered;: that the niprht. I the Story $tore. The name will also together was to decide the pooh!
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ticket will not appear on the ballot Mr. Hoiimer is aecretary of tHecommittee bo changed to Lyles V. Story. question. The Exchange, he *af li, in this order, the name of the various appointed to.prepare for had' booked fully one third more
!W electors for the different parties Ihe reception and entertainment of Masonic State School of WOMEN MAY REGISTER business this year than last and ,

will appear alphabetically. A Republican the National Editorial Association, WITHOUT TELLING AGEAt ould handle through the boxes- t
t. name may follow that of a'' which comes to Florida next March house approximately 80.000
1 Democrat's or Socialist's. The onlv end was on his way to Jacksonville Instruction Meets Here the request of II. Clay Craw fruit. Even with the Increased capacity -
aafe way to be sure of voting the to consult with railroad officials ,. ford. Secretary of State, Attorney- of the house It would be impossible .I
straight Democratic ticket is to about securing a special! train for -- General Van C. Swearingen has rendered to handle that amount before ,
memorize the names.It these distinguished guests. Kiasimmee will be hostess next will\ be supplied by the local lodge I the following opinion, in which Christmas, as most of the shippers .yap;
should also be borne in mind The editors will be In Florida week. to one of the four Masonic which, has ten or more candidates I he says it is only nee waary for have heretofore preferred.
that-in the primary, the mark was about ,three weeks, and Mr. Hosmer schools of instruction which will be ready )for the onl..aThe\ work will ; women to swear (or affirm) thjit Nearly one-half of the fruit he said,
mad. on the right hand, or following stated that arrangements were being arranged by the Grand Lodge of be in charge of the state committee.On they are over the age of twenty-one must remain on the trees, till after 1'
S. the name, while in the National election made to have them visit every sec Florida during the year when it is the closing evening, Thursday, years as a prerequisite t* regmtration the holidays, and suggested that the
it M made on the left hand side tion of the state. He left with Sec- estimated that fully two hundred the local lodge will arrange! for n : exchange agree to a one-season pool
or before the name. retary Woodbeck; nf the chamber of Masons from all parts of the state banquet which will be served in their "Hon. II. Clav Crawford secretaryof which in his opinion, would be fair
The remainder of the Democratic commerce, samples of a beautiful will be visitors here. ball and which ftttingly'clo_ the I state, Tallahassee Fla. to every one. >
ticket follows: poster, showing typical Florida The school I will begin Tuesday. event. "Dear sir: Complying with your He also suggested that in the
United Ststes Senator-Duncan U. scenes, and inscribed with an 'alluring October 5th. and will continue The men who have been appointedto verbal request for my opinion as to case Of the larger growers that half ... ,}
Fletcher. invitation to the editors oi the throughout the day Thursday, closIng serve as an entertainment committee I whether or not an elector applying the crop be shipped rn the earlypart r,
: Congressman, Fourth District United States to come to Florida with the evening session. are E. D. Katz, W. J. Steed, for registration for the coming general of the season and the remalnlDc-
W. J. Sears. with the association. He. said 1.H.500 There will be three sessions each and L, R. Farmer. election is required to give his or half after the holiday ,
GovernorCiirv A. Hardee. nf these had been mailed out under day, the morning and afternoon Ernest Green will act as chairmanof her exact age, I be!' to advise thatin This would mean nooling each variety ". ,
Secretary. of State-H. Clay Craw first-class postage. -* meeting being dvvoted to instruction the refreshment committee with my opinion any elector who take by its self. For instance, all f
ford. Mr. Hosmer, who is himself a former end in the evening candidates will power to draft any aid whis he may the oath prescribed by section 178 of the Parson Browns in on- pool, the .'
Attorney General-Rivers H. Bu- president of the National Asso- be taken through the degrees. These deem necessary. the general statutes: 'I do solemnly seedling orange in another/ Valencia
ferd. iation, thinks there will\ be at least -- ------------------ - - - - - - -- - -- ----- -- -- ftwesr (or affirm) that I will protect in another. etc. At; the clow of
C.omptrollerErneat Amos (He hundred, including the editors and defend the constitution of the the season each, grower would be a
State Treasurer-J. C. Lumn<<. nnd members of their families, in PRIZE FOR LARGEST 24 MILLS THE TAX United States, and of the stat of the average' price received for :
Superintendent public InstructionW. the rtl.band that it will take at Florida, that L am twenty-one yean mid;'Itt which his crop was pooled. t 1
N. Sheats.Commissioner. l..ast' properly entertain nf are and have been a resident 'nf his* way the growers would insure .. ,
of Agriculture W. 'hem' during their three weeks visitto BASS CAUGHT IN RATE LEVIED BY the state of Florida for twelvemonths each other against loss front
A. McRae. the ,,-, .. of this county of six month, market conditions or.from a nossibtefreeze ''
Justices of Supreme Court-W. H. that I am a citizea of the United ,:.by sharing the loss collective v
FOR LUNCH
Ellis. Thomas F. West. I CU.\V !_. ROOMSo 'THE States and that I am qualified to .
Railroad Commissioner. A. S.Well. satisfying is. the sandwich fiH- OSCEOLA COUNTY CITY COUNCIL vote under the constitution and law J. Rood Curry, of Tampa, the state fti/ .91,
.. I" -. of the ataU of Florida,' i* entitled tq rganbert.'was present and ,was call-, ; I
For State Senator, 19ti District--.-... ed Aireets'ther'Uie" with' guava paste, that there are re- '.fa. imclii; rogstration-.nd.-U at- tn< sLj _Ml!>Curry.;s aM JJbta .!
H. O. Overstreet. women prepare more Last season KiWimmee gained Tno "Councff Axed tion officers have no authority to require season spool was being found yery' l'' rGt/ ."
1 County Ticket. marmalade before the /guava season quite a reputation as a point from the mlllage for the year 1920, on all an elector to giv. his or her satisfactory and was being! adopted-' *,e
For Representative R. God- "nds. The women' who were kept which successful fishing trips mightbe 'property, both real and personal, described exact age in years as a prerequisiteto in many places. The plan he sale. *
$ win. !l>usv last Thursday should not be ex- taken and the stories! of fine on the tax roll, at 24 mills. registration. Yours truly, was full co-operation and nothing
very
i IT For County Judge-Z. Bass.x nected to render like service again catches which were told by the fish This rate, which is an increase of "VAN C, SWEARINGEN short of that would bring about the
For Prosecuting" Attorney-Milton for they, too, are busy women but ermen attracted a good deal of in- 4 1-2 mills over that of last year, "AttoraeyGeneraL"Mrs. same results. He predicted that the
if five or six other women will go to fact the of- made increasedcost ''
t Pledger. terest. In question was was necessary by the time would come when every exchange t
.. For Clerk of the Circuit Court- Miss: Smith's kitchen next Thursday tea asked "What is the largest game of all labor and materials whichare H. G. Hobbs and Miss Mag- in the state would handle
J. L, Overstreet. morning, and If friends will donate fish ever caught in the rivers or required to keep the wheels of vie Roberts 'of Columbus, Ga., who their fruit through the season pool 1
For Sheriff:; -L. R. Farmer.. more guavas and containers for the lakes of this county." The Osceola the municipal government! working.The have been visiting the Griffin and system I II
For Tax Assessor-W. I, Barber marmalade, the Mothers' Club will Hardware store will be able to give following gives the division of Woodall .families for several weeks- He referred to the fruit &1'Oweia"f
'J" For Tax Collector, L. Dandy supply the sugar for the lade, and !some interesting data on the question the tax rate as follow j returned, Monday to their home. the Arcadia section where<.they
For Superintendent) of Public Instruction the ell for the cooking ". soon, for the firm is offering a At a ragular\ adjourned meeting ofr stand together and all risk the market
-C. E. .Towerl. ., fine reel, completely equipped with the city council held oa the 24th day and weather, and where each
For County Surveyed--Joe E. line and artificial bait to the person of September, A. D. 1920, the following receive the average price paid for
', Johnston. LOCAL- REAL ESTATE who brings the largest black bassto Resolution was introduced and MASS MEETING OF their particular variety of fruit.
'* For Cour.ty Commissioner, District! : the store to be weighed there, be- unanimously adopted. President Miller called attentionof >
t No. 1-K. L. D. Overlive. rore Christmas.The Resolution. the growers to the custom of the .
For County Commissioner, District AGENTS MEET TO only stipulations are that the Resolved; That the following tax WOMEN ADDRESSEDBY association to advance money on the b
t No. 3--J. M. Haasell. fish be caught with a hook and line, rate be, and the same is hereby lev- fruit as soon as the market retrvms
; 'For County Commissioner, District and" within the boundaries of Osceola ied upon all the property, both real began coming in.

"I V" No. 8-1. H. Wetherbee. FORM ASSOCIATION Although and personal, described in the assessment HON.WJ J. SEARS J. M. Sadler, of TildeaviHe; wile {I ,
For County Commissioner, District; the prize was displayedin .roll.,for the year 1926: was present, mad. an Interesting I '
.'M' No. 4-A. F. Bass.ItL the store' window only a few days I MILLS talk, urging the advajrtare". oft.the
For County Commissioner' District Cnrbstoa Dealers. .. To City igo a number of fi already |I General Revenue Fund _________3H Meetis* Called Saturday Last T. I- pooling system. Mr. Sadler-i 1* a t
ly: No. 6-Gcttls McClelland. been presented to h.ve.their. weight': Street Fund ___________________2. cite latcrest OB tie Part ., firm believer In holdtaff'-the fruit for
::{ For Member of Board c.f Public Aid Age A* Well-WaaU recorded. ; School Fund unn__________ 4 the late price and' gave a detailed J +
r. "s Instruction "Dtetrici No. t-W. C. Place Check Oa Uaseralale There is no reason why fishing In' Santary Fund _________--______1V4 w... U Ik* Matter of naratlve of his experience and eII_-, t\
.
,> V Bass Ageats Also. Lake Tohopekaliga this year should ]I I Fir Department Fund _________114 RefbtratioB. ed his talk by saying "If I live mask :-
,:: *' For Member of Board:! of Public not "be better than that of last season I Cemetery Fund _______._______. H .longer I shall probably have, !all. mr '
X Instruction, District No. '2--Walteri The real estate agents of Kiasim for the water has continued Publicity Fund _____uu_-_? The mass meeting held at the groves planted to the late ..,....tiee.J f
,, Lanier. \ taking to correlate high, all summer and is now two feet !I' Water and Light Fund__________3 Chapter House last Saturday after. W. I. Barber suggested that theadvant'age..f
/ ''V of Board of Public mee are steps above the mark of last _____ hold 1 '
for Member their interests to the extent of form- spring. j I Interest Municipal Bonds H noon was fairly well attended. The *!* the frait were: .. r
:
.: .r? Instruction, District No. S-H. It.Hmfl. association to further the development Flshng from the docks and"''sea Sinking Fund Municipal Bonds.-: V4 meeting was called to incite interest so great that it might be, better to '.
ing an
&.y of Kissimmee and to wall of the bulkhead should be entertaining 1 I Sinking Fund Elec. Lt. Bonds.% ia registration and was addressed by .. keep the packing hofctse closed tilt
pro
this for the dredge Notes __ _____1 but this th
tect themselves from infringement of year Interest General -- % Congressman W. J. Sears Mr. Searsis December: or January,
: SMOKE STACK:_BLOWN DOWN their rights is making a water basin which will I I Sinking Fund General Notes.1 unusually free from egotism andalwa.s exchange will be1II.bJ.. to- do. if s s

If During the wind; -and rain storm The licensed dealers met at the average ten feet deep; at least. 'Interest Water It Sewer Bonds. ingratiates himself as"the they so desired en account of the' '
Fund Water & Sewer Bd. H volume of business for the
., of the smokestacks chamber of commerce headquarters Sinking : sincerely is one of the people esperlallv year f
?I Thursday morning the Kissimmee one sight and Tuesday morning to talk over the A. S. Nelson, who, accompanied by Interest Time Warrants ____-___ V4 a comrade in the welfare of Mr. Barber's plan was. pronounced -
at
timein Sinking Fund Time Warrants__ H folks. recounted a good one, however, by L.
'tJ blown down. situation. From the general discussion Mrs. Nelson, is sp ding some the home H.- experiences
..:. water This plant will was not inconvenience the it became apparent that both Wichita, Kans., writes, that he For Interest Bulkhead ''Bonds_-__1 in his legislative capacityand : A. Hake, exchange< m..cerlof Or rye
ta'plant\"\ : or hamper its efficiency for the city and the agent need protec- finds people in that section deeply Staking Fund Bulkhead Bonds._ U emphasized the duty of every Indo, who said k would'be.\ millions'
there other flues which can 'ion and that much benefit might be interested in Florida, and particularly Interest Street &: Drainage Notes 1 citizen to vote that higher efficiencymay of dollans. to Florida growers' If the
A< "s 'be used.RALLY are. twe derived iron such an organization. this sootion. He says there will Sink'" Fund St A: Drai'ge, Notes 1 obtain in our body politic. Heurred fruit ,could be held for the biter s
Considerable complaint was mad be a large infix of homeaeekers the women to study the constitution market.
tf.; DAY AT THE Against the curbstone agent who refuses here a little later in the season. Total MHls ______________--__ 24 and cautioned them In all Mr. Hakes also told, a* a matterof '
- their deliberations to maintain a balanced interest, plan which la o. foot s
and out
to a license come
r FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH pay frame at mind-that is, at all to Insure
in the with his business bat
t open Census of Kissimmeeto I Mmes fo control of temper. through
f The Sunday school of the First who by a pretense being/ a !Disinterested Religious keep data
Before and after the speech there said
tire confidence -
Baptist church will hold a rally dav party oftenf secures "'
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of prospective buyers and then October 3rd were general discussion as to the reasonable
at Sunday
next Sunday mominir. beginning Begin
,i"' .:45which will combine the regular endeavors to sell this information to ; colored vote, a* to the apathy of the the
the to do this he of- women voters, as to the intelligenceof .
Falling
agents.
school service and the '
1 hy.\: preaching Sandav service. This begins acampaign ten gives the new comer a bad impression The superintendents of Kissimmee ;mbe responsible for thorough the rank and file of women voters. the extent f

," for new members which it of the town, it is said, and Sunday schools. Messrs. C. E. Yow- work done.A White men outnumber the negro 12,000 in
' ..'.>. is hoped will result in doubling the"t'1 frequently people who have.come to ell of the Christian, A. H. Fillers of house to house canvass will be men and white women outnumber the Mr.
L. Overstreet of the made on next afternoon be- colored women-hence If.n white present to
enrolled in the' schools. Kissimmee to locate, after listening Presbyterian J. Sunday
number
The following interesting to these curbstone orators have left Methodist, S. L. Lupfer, Jr., of the crinnhig at 2:30: clock and it is men and white women vote the fear ward ng t n
-KJ ro--', hall been armmged by the program()orcas without investigating the truth of First Baptist, and R. A. Bowen of thought the work will be completedin of negro domiaation would disappear. : the .
.iclass and their teacher. Mrs. O. B. *b.. statements.This the Second Baptist church, are plan an hour and a half. Registration has a deep significance. : tically .,
i'Z"-i.' condition could largely be overcome nine to have a religious census taken The people of the sky are vged Unjust laws and unfair conditions tome fruit.'f
f r,;*<' r. Falk Chorus.v it is thought by the concert- of the city that attendance and to co-operate by remaining at home are made effective by the plan
.y Song-- ,
't{ Responsive Reiadin.Saperinten- 4<1 action of the dealera. I interest in the ,Sunday schools maybe during those hours or until the stav-at-home voter. If every citizen 300! for
; .'X:t'' dent.fy The question was propounded I stimulated.The workers secure the information de performed bra or her duty our government <
: Pastor. to whether any action could be city will be laid of in five aired. These workers will be sap would be purer< for surely cent of }
'......1 Kong Prayer-Chorus. brought against a person offering sections and each organization will plied with cards on which will be there is snore of !good than of ill in moved
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'I.- Exert: -Seven Junior/ Girls. property for sale as agent, without be assigned the task of sscertaining printed the questiosA Accessary the world. Just so if every church Manager
Primary Exercise. "a license. Chairman Cadel said he haw many people in that portion of she data needed. One of these questions member diligently performed his or readiness M
*:- girls.' had not looked the matter up and Kissimmee are now identified with will be "Name the church of her duty the church would be triumphant .- as soon as
:f b\ gong--Janier choice." The cards will be for surelv there is more of test which
i a was not prepared to answer. How- any school and how many are not. your t
"l -aReadme' Tsonjp-Cboru.-Marwiret Waring ." aver he said, that if it was good Each church will be entirely iDch.rae turned over to the churches I Indicatedby good,than Ut If every citizen felt it twentieth ; ;
: "
;,ft: Nelson:, Mi Spier.JjJ .. for the .town an ordinance might be of its portion of the city and' the answer his or her duty that all who share cool -
r rti'p'! Jo'DuetMr. s ... of the traveling )
government
. passed to that effect and that he as In.the privileges
xercUs Seven .1atM01'BoY"
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should :...I.t in bearing its burdens matter .
Ss , 13oag..Choros.tYAddreePastor.. mayor, would see that a fine was GOuld bring great foroe to bear in tions. I
,:\ there would be no stay-at-home rlpen.th. :
Imposed oa all who were brought Allen Fosdlck was named temperary -
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..J .' preventing a repetition of the act. ir
i ti, ,.,fvet.E1i..beth Waring Lueil late m. oT. court and convicted of president and J. S. Cadsl. secretary voters legislation. books cloud 8aturdar,..- -
t violating the ordinance.'' There was no dissenting voice and the meeting adjourned sub- Asto the part Florida women are I I Registration. -
; 1 _ week tomorrow.
4. 4oriffn hi public affairs, the state has Oct. 9--one from 'x
. .' Another point in favor of an as- when it was proposed to'effect a feet to the call of the president who taking n
t'(' 1Reading-Mia Herzberg. sedation was that (It would prevent ; temporary organization and write at will assemble the agents as sooa and some peerless leaders. At the bien-ofWomen' G. W. Fox has retaroejI i r
t Chorus. unscrupulous dealers operating! here. once to Miami or some other city the desired data be acquired. nial of the general federation Attorney and
Closing Bartow
a to
I where. euch organization is in Clubs in Des Moines Ia.. :I from an auto trip
Should anv dealer pull off' some an
't. Benediction. 14-17, there were congregated I I Lakeland, where he went on legal. .
crooked" deal the association couldespell miccessful 'operation for information Registration books clone, Saturday July i.
'Ladies., don't'forget'.register) him from membership and I concerning their rule and regula- Oct. &T-OQ* week: from,tomorrow':. I (Continued from Pa*. F1v) I I i I business. "I

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I'f', ,, : Establishment of, a bureau' for ; / BODY' ORGANIZED FOR LAKE

q ,' ;/THfc I : DEMOCRATIC TICKET of Juvenile Laws schools.. for research supervision') and"''support !lloW T IN TURff'IYChlc.go [ Lake county and fish-has recently "organized organization 'rrar.neemY, bUWradtla. +r..4 a.irmt.t'i.. >

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When Tennessee cut.the vote i i she Is studying! him, Recommendation: and passage of Sept. 25.-J.., Ogden Armour and plans' lire being made' p t ratified the nineteenth \ ., his methods,.his pledges legislation for women suffrage president of Armour dt'I Co., conserve the excellent hunting and ( a t -J 1J JIi J
Women.
: with a new purpose Planks' That Interest meat packers, today issued the following pleasure fishing of that county. m1 {
e'I t: fceK actionadded 20,000,000 with a new power She In the Democratic Platform there statement: "The price cut The organization, was suggestedby
voters t.ol; the American fore 4rythingthat will give are many pranks directly affecting. ting movement that has-: started In Mr Altman, of Eustls. who) had
z.t.; Connecticut's action clinched 'this on the political questions women and children. the automobile, textile and metal Industries learned that a narty of hunters from ISf IIWS
". .ult. About twenty-six million and the seriousness They include: began in. the meat industry south Florida had recently killed 8 1 ,.
;4' i men in nil\ will be, entitled in she regards her new du Co-operation with the states for M. soon as the war was over, and deer and that other parties had .
romlng election to express )has become an ex the protection of child life. through live stock today are at lower price ruthlessly slaughtered deer ahd quail. Ba: .eI.M a .ee1Moaway.Mdun-
choice of candidates by ballot. an inspiration to her men Infancy and maternity care. levels than at any time ;during the all suramsr long. Also game hogs Oa. ad\ masse Cnbim.B.Idairae : .
'. The right of suffrage' Is an Prohibition of child labor. last 600 .... aaurajOTBun -
three yean. Jast season took as as
,many
theChlldren's .... .. .. vo.iti. ,
Adequate appropriations lot: ua | '
and in
story to. man exercising those questions and is- "That the lower levels have ,not quail a week. tkaabdo. ,;;
and the Women'sBqreau
right, he. has not always been bearing on'' Bureau been reflected to a greater degree in Three hundred members are expected mac 1." di.reh.r aanattpatioo ,., /Ji
have direct
a of Labor. })
staking in informing: himself the family, child welfare. in the Department of the retail price of meat is due to.the to take the obligation, to up- | murrbU ara.l1l rooditioa aympts.t.tm die !:f'l. ;) ,
issues and the fitness of the men and domestic eco- Pull representation women on tremendous,drop- the value of various hold the game laws .and to, collect _oId ,' .
1' J!! seek his support., Will\) the ; all commissions dealing with wom bi-products. Both hides and evidence against game hogs! and vio- i oaR auflaranMbarday. /
first Interest for her .... 'I
she a en's work or women's interests. .tie nmllaai 4aBKr.oua. / -i ,
follow\ suit? Or will
i voters which lators
;t wool toward shooting
.' she is alive to the irn- of the Federal are big: credits easolt ; TwoiMMraUaoahaT. "
Reclassification
her political opinions on faith the cost of cattle and sellIng --- ha* tha 'j. '
interna sheep, are Sound I F.-ra-aa
of !
,k J. her men folk and so give the of >questions. In the an of those Civil Service free from discrimination at tremendous discounts on the 660 cures Malaria, Chills and Fever w.dtdn. naadad. for wrap ,<
teenth amendment no more study on the ground of sex. nrices which prevailed a Bilious Fever, Colds and La- dYturbaaeSold -
her interest in year ago. l
which hold
which shall\ insure I i
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,I cance than that of a mere ; she is analyzing the Federal legislation! Evep so, meat at wholesale Is nearer Grippe. It kills the parasite that >, .;;
of the strength of way that American women residentsin or Liquid
1 voting their pre.war levels today than most other cause the fever. It fa a splendid
of the candidates the United States but married to :
without disturbing the ratio. I essentials. laxative and general Tonic.-Adv. .,'
The brought to Women office their achievements aliens sha1retain'\ their American :- ,
war
'.J "There are no immediate - -
attitude is I' pros- --- -
their
and on
greatly enlarged sphere and a the nation. citizenship.The pects for further reductions in I'" ',
zing sense of her own name process of naturalizationshall wholesale prices in wheat but the \ I
It made her conscious of the the voters of a state have \ be required for women as for
excellent corn now in the makIng -
that without any sacrifice of the man to three terms as their men. ; promises crop cheaper production, Kill That Cold With L
l'utive the .student of teachers' salaries.
nity of women she could poli Increase in and will probably make possible
y part that would contribute to to admit that there are Instruction'. in citizenship for both further reduction aext year. ....
winning the war. This it greater than mere .pop- native and foreign born. "Getting back to normal (U highly \
ness gave a tremendous impetus James M., Cox, Governor of Increased appropriation for voca- desirable but in the case of food the + 'Les i
the cause of woman suffrage. three terms has a person tional training in home economics. original producers have already suffered -
men realized, that a great win the hearts of the Re-establishment of joint Federal heavy losses, and, if adequate ::
of women desired the ballot\ it is not this alone that and State employment service wit IIwomt'n'se production is not maintained these ? .. j
him their suffrage in his under the direction CASCARA QUININE
freely gave it to them Now department must not be augmented." .
she has her first opportunity to ". It was the meas- of technically qualified wom .
to the test her newly acquired by him in the interest en.
she is eager to give proof that r'I the farmer the 'o-operative Fedeja) assistance to first of its kind in the world, and FOR AND
is prepared to make an I' man and l, more especially the States for the removal of illiUr which ptaces that State above all Colds. C..|h. wroMO La Grippe
use of it and is losing! no children. acy. others in its care of children. Every J '
:' to equip herself to that end. I }\\Ie>a"ure Candidate's Fitness' Continuance: of appropriations for provision is made in it for the men- Neglected Colds are Dangerows :
n'' Issue and Candidates all of the reforms put education in sex hv.rfene.Ohio' . tal, moral, and physical well-being of i I II
i Perhaps never before in any by Governor Cox have had Cod of Child 1A'1C1..1ation.Many the children. Tab BO .
idential campaign, have the l j I to women for it is in the Demo- Another plank incorporated in the I '
1 of the planks
: and candidates been the subject I to dissociate the interest. almost platform which has its counterpartin Orippa in I cIop-EaeoUont for HaadachaQoinina ,
National platform are
k such study and scrutiny as are j those of their women cratic identical with measures already effective Ohm is that for an increase in the in this form do, not aflact: th. h.ad-Cncara to beet Tonic '
in the present campaign. Since It is those which have a the Governor's home .salaries of school teachers The LMatiaNo Opiate In Hula
birth of the race man has been i I on the lives and wel- Chief in these is Ohio's law state affecting . teachers! of Cleveland this fall will .
favorite study of womankind, I family breadwinner by among child welfare which is a codn receive salaries approximately double ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
those of the in 1914.
great majority of women fied revision. of all the laws of the average
.
The reduction of the excessive cost
the candidate's worth
BETTER I s. -Of these. latter meas- State affecting children; perhaps the of living! through the suppression of _- -- _._ ._ n ._ .
I the the profiteer has been one of the .
workingmen's
com-
law since accepted as a Poor Woman Makes Sacrifice"For puma of Governor Cox. In Ohio' his '
other states and those fight on profiteers eventuated in the ; wiNcffsr'AnIl

I, t J.f DEAD I to safeguard in the mining the lives dis- years I have doctored for conviction were holding of cold foodstuffs storage operatorswho to boost

indigestion and severe' bloating with prices. It was he who suggested to

i Life I. burden when the : .. affecting women and gas all my money had gone for doctors I' the>. Federal Government the practicability -
arid mc.ina which did me no of distributing the surplus
is racked with pain. i have been more radical in
than of the others good. I had lost all faith in medi- stockof foods for the American Expeditionary -
worries and the victim any
) : include cines and as I have to work hard for Force, whereby thous-
:
despondent and downhearted. provisions They for dependents of the few dollars I earn was afraid to ands of pounds of foodstuffs for e
i brine back the sunshine take in mines. risk any more money. A year ago which we are asking exhorbitant l
n ; of sweatshop labor my neighbor told me to try Mayr'sWnderful prices were sold to housewives at r
? GOLD MEDAL for minimum wage and Remedy. I have found it minimum prices. Governer hex also
1 S working day for women. to be the best medicine in the world pointed out as a factor in the cost
h I of Child Laws, with and am glad I made the sacrifice." of living! the excess profits tax, suggesting -
:! !.Oll! of Child Welfare De- It is a simple, harmless preparationthat as a substitute a tax of from
removes the catarrhal mucus one and one-half per cent. on the
.n r 'j provisions for Moth from the intestinal tract and allays volume of business done by any go-
Tba national remedy of Holland for 0.200 ,I the inflammation which causes prac- ing concern.
jraara; It la an enemy of all pain. I I the educational facilities tically all stomach, liver and Intestinal Industrial Ferment Mettled.
alting from kidney, liver and uric districts with ailments including appendicitis; In the industrial upheaval that
I on a par
tronblaa. All druggist, thraa aiiaa. will convince or recently enveloped the country when
.. ... . .... the city. One dose moneyrefunded.
I..Y a CaU ..
w .q Roberson an* dugirists strikes and threats of strikes were
... ra.sM w ........ provide against the adulteration .1.Z., \ .
of foodstuffs. and to everywhere. /_ epidemic Governor Cox brought
w ia; ----u_--__- __ __ -_ _ -prevent-- -- __ __ __ _II about order out of haos in his state
r without resort to the state guard! and Scissors That Will

without in any way compromising
I the rights either of the workers or Cut a Cobweb
the
general public.
n'
Wiomen during the world war gave 4 I
ample evidence that no matter what WONDERFULLYserYiceableWinchesterScissors. ,I
NOTICE their abhorrence of strife and carnage l
+ they could and would do their'
part in waging it te the finish and sharpnessforfilmiestfabrics. Good stout house- ..,
i4 r it to the crushing of powers that hold scissors for whatever comes along. Scissor ,;
sought to bring about conquest and
for
All persons>> having, claimi against the St Bank of Kinimmee will be required to execute the' JolI oppression. Now that the war has everything 1 :

,I lowing form before their claims are recognized and Receiver' Certificates showing the amount, of their ended let, in in their a triumph determination of right to'they do are all See them here this week-Cutlery Week-along with

F I claim.'''are issued in their power to bring about a situation other new Winchester Cutlery, In the window oo. +:
that wiH make another such the counter-all displayed for your convenience.

war impossible. Come in today and see us. for better sc UOn. ,_ ,
The Democratic piatfarm has recognized -
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State Bank of Kissimmee Kissimmee, Florida the League of Nations as .'.
<* the: best instrument to this end and THE OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY _
governor Cox in all his utterances in r
F" PROOF OF'CLAIM the; campaign has shown himself tohe KISSIMMEE FLA.
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in full sympathy with this plank.
: STATE OF_4__-._____ Summed up the League of Nations '
would bring the chance of wars in THE WfNCHESTEA
B* STORE
COUNTY OF_ J
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._ Future to an irreducible\ minimum.The "=I E

Personally appeared before me, the undersigned a _.____.,-,- League: itself is an organizatioaof J" -' 9 ,
) in and for the twenty.'line nations, banded' together .:r,
County and State_ _i -
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.. ? ---------------------------- to utilize every available -- -- - -- .-- '- '

; who being duly sworn, say that the State Bank of Kissimmee. Kissimmee. Florida, is justly indebted. means for settling dis;>utes. without au .o...................... ...o.. 0. .... It O. o. Ot 4.tI'

to _ _____._,_in the sum of resort to war. In the League are
a. all the leading natiorm that were at ''L,
..____-______ Dollars, MId war with Germany-Except the United 1 ''LW;

., r ____________--Cents, upon the the following Claim, to-wit: States. '"?

I'1? Balance due on open account subject to check.S---: Con8tipatloA :

/; Savings Account No _J__--$_--------- ford Moat only laxatives temPOI"M'and ,cat1lartlos relief end af- R. S. FLOYD1 k kf

't Certifict# of Deposit No.________isiued by State Bank of Kissimmee _$-______1- should be used only fo that purpose.

Certificate of Deposit No_______ issued by State Bank of Kissimmee -$-" When ylfu want pe maneRt relief (f,
Ilbl..ts aad be
'. take Chamberlain's
; ., Interest on Certificate of Deposit No.________issued by State Bank of Kisuirtmee. _______$__________ careful to observe the directions with :('

I' : Cashiers Check issued by State Bank of Kissimmee----_______________V_$- each p.ckage. These ableta sot only I . '!
move the bowels, t improve the 1J
t ;r Certified Check of State Bank of Kitsimmee__j_$__________ appetite and strengthen the digestion. Groceries and ,

r, Unpaid Draft No._______.issued by Stat. Bank of Kissimmee _$- {}

,! Unpaid Draft No.________issued by State Bank of Kissimmee _$- PICNIC PARTY AT EAGLE LAKE

;e Protest Fees on Draft No.______________________________________ _$__________ Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck, Mr. Iii,

f Unremitted Collection No. -''r1 -----.$---------- and Mrs.! George Gardner, Mr. and .
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--------------------------- -- Fresh Meats
Mrs. Holmes Prather and son, Mr.
ti 1: Total : : $_ and Mrs. H. C. Plan., Mr. and Mrs.

All of which is due and payable to _____..,_____ D. W. Aldermaa Dr. Simpson and ':
Howard Katz were a pleasant partymotoring
''y + alone________________________ having given endorsement or assignments of the same or any to Eagle Lake Sundav i

t i part thereof: and-further say that knows of no set-off or other legal or equitable defense Picnic dinner and bathing in the lake ,1\l
were features of the day.A .
-r: of said claim or part thereof. Phone 176 302 i 1FFOH
Broadway !
T Name __.._ clear colorless liquid that wilt
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heal wounds, cuts sores aad galls is
? Residence the latest and bent producti of ';

el" ,k. Sworn to and subscribed before me this_day of________________. A. D. 192__. medical science. Ask for Liquid 1f -
Borocone it is a marvel i /fte k.

p Witness my hand and seaL healing remedies. Price, 30c, ,0 and ... ..... .......... to..0 0 0 II 0 I.. III & & _. & & NiON '',
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'> ___....__.______..-__...._-_____________________.. $1.20. Sold by Roberson' P rm.cy. - -- ---. .= '

(To b. sworn to before a Notary Public or Justice of the Peace). RENTS DROP 10 PER CENT IN Only a C..M. **

i t 4 CHICAGO Are you ill? is uften answered M. TILLER ;i iln i

Chicago, Sept.' 28.--J.. A. Greea- "Ohit's only a cold," as rf a cold
j Parties so proving their claims are' required to surrender all evidence of the Bank's indebtednessto berg, owner of a chain of large'' was a matter af little conwquence. Real Estate i .'. '
large apartmeat buildings in various' but people are beginning to lean Agency
them; such as bank books. Certificates of Deposit. Cashier's checks Certified checks and unpaid .
of the ann.unced that cold l % %
sections city today a common > i. a matter not \N\ANM\\\\aNNN
t drafts. Th. Receiver will issue receipts for same. All persons are requested to prove ap their a 10 per cent reduction of rents to to( be trifled with, that some of the :; Realty Bought 'and sold.

claims as soon as possible. Parties living out of town, or who are unable to come to the Bank in become effective the first of October i t most serious diseases start with a'' Houses rented ri
He stated that he was following the cold. As soon as the first indicationof
fy person, should communicate with the Receiver by- letter and the above form will be mailed to them movement started by Henry Ford a cold appears take Chamberlain's Taxes paid 'sad Titles verified ; ;

'' promptly. S. H. BULLOCK.. Recevier and acted to aid the general movement Cough Remedy. Remember that the for nOI> uidenti. I /
'r' to reduce the cost of living and sooner you get rid of your cold' the
State Bank. if conditions warranted he would less the danger, and this remedy will Fire, Life and Accident la- i 7
4.4LJ ) make a further cut on the first of help you to throw it off. sarance. I[
: May I --- tl
Indemnity Bonds.
For Sale) or Rent-Fine large seven ''

666 quickly relieves Constipation roomed house standing on quarter .... . . .. . ,. . . . ....
c Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and block. One of the prettiest places I

Headaches, dto u. Torpid Liver.-adv. in town. Apply Valley Gazette, tf I i Subscribe for th. Valley GsxotU.

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Prices 7Se AND '$1.00. WAR TAX EXTRA .


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Tuesday, October 5th

Free Street Parade Noon .:
at TICKETS ON SALE AT TRESS' NEWS STAND': .....:. ..-.... aSl' i J

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Pat Johimlon G P GARRET An American company has openeda 666 has more imitations than any England is probably preparing to Leaf tobacco stocks July 1 aggre-
JOHNSTON & ,GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW U. C. V. REUNION AT I motion picture studio in Vienna. other Chill and Fever Tonic on the do business on time. She imported gated 1,452,962,024 pounds, compared -
That Austrian city has !108 motion market, but no one wants imitations 759,211clocks from Germany in five with 1,400,963,823 a year ago, the
picture houses. The Czecho-Slavok They dangerous things in the months of this In the
are year. same Census Bureau announces. Stocksby
Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola BandBuilding.
HOUSTON TEXAS Republic, carved out of Austria, has medicine line.-Adv. period she purchased from the. Unit type: Chewing, smoking, snuff .
r 450 motion picture houses, aside I ed States 190,259 clocks,. from and export, 1,013,719,134 pounda, :./
K1PS1M.MKK.' FLORIDA from 120 Y. M. C. A. picture houses. It in said that in asking/ for higher ]France, 11,882 and from other countries cigar, 350,692,925 pounds; imported, .
OCTOBER 5th TO 8thThe Admission is from 2 to 13 cents. Atlantic and Gulf coastwise frpiJht"passenJ'er 150,977.! In the last five months 88,549,955 pounds.RubMyTiem i
and terminal rates, the she bought! 114,422old/ 136,262 silver
To remove bilious impurities in the Clyde Line had a deficit in 191! of I and 798,209 other watches, a is a powerful anti-
Atlantic Coast Line, Louicvllle system and be made internally clean $1,357,953: ; Mallory Line, 043,552; majority from Germany, or more jeptic; it kills the poison caused from
DR. BUCKMASTERKISSIMMEE'S & =Nashville and Southern Pacifi I, and healthy, you need the fine tonic and Merchants' and Mariners' Steamship than 1,000,000 in the aggregate, be- infected cuts, cures old Bores, tetter,
haw been selected as the official and laxative properties of Herbinc. Co., $791,552, while latter" lost sides 381,925 cases 4tc.adv.SubsttlM.
It acts quickly' and thoroughly./ Price $694,196 during/ the first half of
route for the United Confederate
]1 60c. Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy.* q'II Ladies don't forget to register! for *a. Vn y rt...". hc
Veterans' Reunion at Houston Oct. _ J__ ____
!).fJ. 1920. These lines! will operate I II ,
I through ?k'cpintr cars Jacksonville ., t
OSTEOPATH Houston Montgomery: and New
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; accommoda-tion .
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I three hours will\] he made at Mont- a t

STATE BANK BUILDING fomery: for the purpose of .ViRiti., . -, -.11
I hr first "White flou e" of the Con-
PDOBC No. 162 I r,,
Schedule. 1 Tire Increased and Cost
Lv. T mpa. 11:30 I : a. m., Ort. 3rd: Mileage
Lv. Jacksonville, 8:50: p. m., Oct. 3rd;
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Ar. Montgomery! 9 a. m., Oct. 4th:
Lv. !Montffomerv/ ]12:30 p.m., Oct. 4th; -
Ar. =New Orleans 10:25 p.m., Oct.' 4th; .
Reduced for Small
Cars r.f
Lv. New Orleans \11:15 p. m. Oct. 5th. -
mm FARMER Ar. Houston. 10:55 a. m., Oct. .5th. .
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.S:;; The Rout. '.
; Bo sure. that vour tickets read ai .

::,;\ SELLS follows Montgomery: Atlantic', Louisville' Coast& Nashville Line to ". ,:':') ;': .., ..,f ,' ,' .- L ., "

'? to Houston.New Orleans. Southern Pacific to You can buy Goodyear Tires today


V Fire, Life, Accident and Round-trip, Railroad tickets Pares.will he sold] tot at prices which are no higher than :Z'-' )

ose presenting/ standard form of ."V
Health Plate Glass Lia- Identification Certificates at the fol- they were ten years ago.
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"vinofa ff (war tax included)
bility and Boiler 1 5urance. !! from the cities named/ to Houston ''

Texas: ryyt, And from these tires can now '
you '
Legal Bonds Executed Arcadia: S28.27: Archer, $24.67;
Bnrtow, $27.22: Brndentown. $2 ,04; ti n obtain actual due
mileage
to
Same.Day Needed. Tallahnn.\ $22.85; Clearwater, $28.4T: more
Dade City, $26.42; Dunedin $28.34;
I Dunnellon $25.42: Gainesville] $24.- advancements made by Goodyear in
3rtHflines: City $26.78: High Springs
OFFICE: State Baik Building I, S4.43; Inverness, $25.79: Jacksonville their constructibn since 1910. '
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II $22.85; Jasper, $21.10; Key .. I
-I West, $34.13; Kissimmee, $26.31; / f
II Lake Butler, $23.98: Lake City, The 1.
I $21.58; Lakeland, $26.94; Lake presegt"cost of Goodyear mile .
Wa lea. S27.BO Leesburpr, $25.86
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CITY :Live Oak, $21.10; Miami, $30.76; ;, i, age they fore is decidedly less and
Mulberry, $27.17: Newberry. $24.67;
'. i New Smyrna. $25.55; Ocala, $3503; .. '"' :l this faxft applies to all the line, L
Orlando $25.92; Oviedo $25.90; Pa-

" MEATJARKETFresh I l'Atka, $24.04; Palmetto $28.02; including the 30x3. 30x3Vfe- and
Plant City, $26.94; St. Petersburg, ,
I S28.62; Sanford. 25.55! : Tampa. $27.- .
43: Tavares. $26.09; Trilby. $26.42; 31x -inch size Goodyear Tires built
Meat find Ti'uHvllle, $26.20; Winter Haven,
$27.02.. especially for small :
I cars.
VegetablesPhone I Correspondingly low fares from I If
all other stations in Florida.
Tickets will be sold Oct. 2nd, 3rd ".
oWn
44 I and 4th only. If you a. Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, .} ". ;
Limit: Tickets will be limited to II
reach original starting Hri'nt priorto I Maxwell or other car taking these 1

midnight of -Oct.. 31,..1920. ,
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I' Stl>p-overa to conductor will be allowed at all on points application -, sizes, go to your nearest Service '.' : :I\

within final limit of ticket, on both Station for Tires
Goodyear
'if Hn<* return tHns. get exceptional .; j
Pullman Fares., Including War Tax.
.. LUT 10 i Pullman fares from Jacksonvilleto s mileage at very low cost. t -' a ': J
Houston' will be follows
as : . i
Lower birth. 10.94: "->ier birth, L
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f. $8.75; drawing room, 3888. .
CCALtO tlNS ONLY It is earnestly requested that all t '
Aryouo'cDoctasMAXWELL of our Comrades and friends endeavor : % J
to arrange/ to join the Veterans .
Sons of Veterans, Maids. Sponsors, a' .. .
HOUSECOFFEE ete., from South Florida leaving -- .. ,.
"/ mpa on Atlantic Coast Line train .

No 80, 11:30: a. m., Sunday, Oct 3. .
Those desiring; !!Jt'epincar/ acco- .
modations should communicate withor 30 x 3Vi Goodyear DoublcvCura -7 so Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tuba coat no more than the price
call on the undersigned passenger Fabric -Weather Tread ._._ *L J- you are aaked to pay for tuba of lea merit-why rik cosily E '
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representatives of the Atlantic CoastLine
/ 30 x Goodyear Single Cure casings when such sure protection i* available? $ 45O3O .

I Y. Railroad R. Bearley.: D. P. A.. Atlantic Fabric, Anti-Skid Tread..._ ... $2150 x 3V4 ize in umlrpn/kat ....._................._ 't/ f <\
II I I Coast Line R. R. (Ilillsboro Hotel)
Tampa Fla.; A., W. Fritot, D. P. A.
-.0..7 .CIC Atlantic Coast Line' R. R., 138 N.
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Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
e"-e1ac-; B. CNest, Brigadier-General,
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Commanding 3rd Brigade, ( Florida
s b.r .b t..e.a..t'.a.lwarna..4 DivisioH), U. C. V.; Sumtei-' Low- i
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e IISSIMME VALLEY GMET1EP chaser of the water and light plant ;, t... tilt 10. -.... "'" .... "A 1o."A - ...."'" It -- <"J'... 10.11/1; oJ.. >
would have to procure Ii' franchise
I Watcher In The Tree TopJoy '''',
ordinance for the use of the-streets, 1Jo. fJ ,'"
EV..r friteyB and that in that franchise be I
would ,
1 S M1,1&.... ... ,'alley (j..Ue C..a. r.
KI.- 1"'.".. or could be a provision, for the reg- 1

I W. m, HarrlBTflrpbva. ____ ___._._ .....,.... to'the people of this man's town. ulation of rates according, a fair
and scale to be
6 C I.. ,... A..w.._._____...,...te"" Tie price. of sugar i* going down! equitable agreed. up-
>o. 11 . .. on from time to time. I
Opinions differ as to 'the definitionof What with,,'bonds, certificates and ;

Copy lIah"'ptl.a one Year..IIairIIOn ......_.___$!.00 Bolshevism Most people consider other evidences of indebtedness issued
One Copy, Hlx Month___._...... ..00 it a kind of emotional insanity; a for paving ditching bulkhead-
One copy Three Month._.--- .60 recent cartoon pictures it as a mighty ing sewers and water and light I "
plant, and all to be- provided for"by ANNOUNCEMENTe
Alt romnr'unieatlorrm i>srp'e from our steam ,roller crashing) down. every-
kuttiorlzod t'orr."pond"nt.| mu.t be thing. before It; still another defines taxation in the payment of principaland
al1ned by the' writer. it "a brain-storm interest it is time for us toget '
: as entirely surVounded -
H.'Jci<-d mutter will not b.returned down to "brass tack" Why
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.nlei. Called for by hair. We pass, Anyone I
of the foregoing is satisfactory do visitors from other towns ask:
KlualraFlorida "What is the matter with Kissimmee
4Bntrr at the pontofnra at
7 81...*<., as eecond.cla.e matter.) to us * ?" Let us ask ourselves, the ;.
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For..l,,n A<*v..nt>t tnti; Repre.ent.IW.;; question and unite in trying to answer .'
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The campaign for the winning of
T/IEAMERICANPRESSASSOCIATION/ j "
L -- the. presidency is_ certainly! warmingjp. it. Some day "graft; "incom- j .
FRIDAY OCTOBER 1, 1920 Should a strange, shifting. light petency," "mismanagement" "neg-
appear in the north, ,don't be too lect of duty" "inefficiency," "ring!!: ,
DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL sure that it is the Aurora borealis; role," "selfishness," "bossism." It Have
more likely it is a distant glimpseof may be any. of these.or may be"!' all I purchased my father's interest in
ELECTORS FOR FLORIDA the where combined. but the main reason is the
I political pyrotechnics .1( v
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blind indifference of our citizens. /
the the
CARABALLO giant parties are swatting

; CHARLES MARTIN E. JONES I other.unmitigated They devilment are not really out of calling each i hour.Wake ye sleepers OLEMAN, it SANSPUR.is the zero The Story Store and the firm will now i

1'r' J.: G. SHARON
.' P. W. CORR each other (liars-no, not exactly- THE PRIMARY BOLTERThe

.f'1. i G.W. B.V WELLS.KNOTT- have they go knowingly at it more wilfully like\! this and: "You with following excerpt from a recent be known as Lyles V. Story & Co. The j

malice aforethought enunciated an editorial in the Jacksonville .
un-truth under oath!1" Then' the Times-Union places the primary
r Tie football lid has blown off all worm turns,-only it's pretty hardto bolter in the exact category to whichhe store is being remodeled in all departments i 1 1I
'h' over the country. tell which is the worm-and re- belongs:

plies'about as follows: "Upon close The registration books closed -.
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; Registration books here will probably and careful examination I i
you appearto previous to the entry of wom- .
1 ] -cloae October 9th. I be another of the name species, en into the voting privilege, and a complete stock of Dry Goods added. (
., consarn ye!" And so the merry bout showed a large Democratic majority tiThe
,* Women voters-don't fail to register goes on. Let no one be frightenedat in the state. Recently
'. before October 9th. what they say to each other for the registration of negro women .
It it is only their playful way of conducting has caused considerable excitement first shipment, which arrived this week,
w "I did it for my wife and kids Uncle Wtoodrow's "solemn in a number of countiesthe

,is the excuse- of another man gone referendum. It is- lust about as newspapers are steadily and .

f wrong.. impressive as when Mutt calls Jeff loudly calling upon the white bought since Prices
was
'I "insect!I" The Republicans will women of the state to register.The Dropped, hence we
TIle cleanest town of Us size in
r, doubtless accuse Cox of taking orders response by the white wom-
Florida would be a reputation( well from Wilson and eating out ofa en is getting better all the time

worth having. nose bog; and the Democrats will and the possibility' of negro are able-' to offer' these bargains with more
'\ charge Harding with breaking the domination, or even anything approaching ,
,. A clean-up campaign i I. being put Decalogue in ten places, and eating a reversal of Demo-
on bv the Chamber of Commerce and pickled onions. The fact ill, the five cratic principles in the state ill
there's no question but that it is a men who are running for presidentare receeding. to follow as new goods arrive. -:- -:-
t. good thing. a pretty decent bunch of citizens<, Mien who have stood for Democracv :
and all out of jail except one. in Florida in the past
'X Only about half the white women Ix>t's not get all heated up, and are to be relied upon to come
'I', voters in precincts 1 and 7 which .
gesticulate expectorate .end prevar- out this )year/ and vote for the
j would register have yet entered their icate too much over which: Ohio fianilidate" selected. There will ..

t 1,,'} names on the books. newspaper man gets elected. It he some changes, and some men, Dress ,
t J isn't! worth it brethren it isn't! worthit who hi ve participated in a Dem- Amcskeag Gingham o2-in. wide, now >Jd. 50c
One thing about Jimmie Cox which
: : for by November fourth thing mociatic primary and bv that
f must gain the admiration of everyone will be normal again and four or participation, declared their willingness
'k is the positive statements he five presidential booms will be deflated to abide bv the result, Bates Dress 32-in. wide 50c
l makes regarding! any and every >se. and shirvelled like a red rub will in the semi-darkness of the Ginghams, yard
,r ."> There's no sitting on the fence her ballon the day after the county voting booth, place the markaeamtt

.' for him. fair. By that time the sober com- a name not selected by
.) mon tense of our great people will the Democracy It is exactlythe Victory! Dress Ginghams 27-in. wide colors
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pretty
ly ,
,,1!" The sixth bank has closed its doors njrain be in evidence; "The gay will same as denying nn obligation very
us a result of the collapse of the laugh the soleihn brood of
or false-swearing, but "no
Pond get-rich schemes. One of the and each before yard 40c
rare plod on; one as one need know. per
''i ; worst thing about wrong doing is "
will chase his favorite phantom The of
great majority men
the fact that others must also suffer -
.,! who voted in the primary amifor
the consequences.I years have enjoyed the confidence .3 Star Dress 27-in. wide last 40c
; Gingham colots
THE FORUM I and respect of that element yd. .
A local business house if offering!!: I
which stands' for whitesupremacy
I': a handsome prize tp; the one who
in the J South will remain -
} brlnps in the largest black bass firm to their obligationsand Bluebell Cheviot! and solid blue 40c
which has' been caught with hoqk and } stripes yard
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HERE'S THE REASON.Mr. the white women of the
''f-I, line in the lakes and rivers of Os- '
t 'I' ceola. county. The .contest closes ., Editor: In your last issue appeared !South; who have honored and respected i
Christmas and will a communication under the these< men and stood by White
1 day. likely arouse Tlaxon 36-in. wide 60c
them through period" of ,
It ref'erI'pd : every ,
.; a good deal of interest as specimens head "There's a Reason.
i have already( been presented to have to the defeat at the recent election adversity or prosperity, will be
the to borrow with them, endorsing in the new
their recorded. of proposition
,: .. T"* weight a large sum to meet the deficit in way and now faith.possible their principles .. Manville Cham brays, only 40c ;f fI'
'" At a well attended meeting of the operating! expenses of the electri /

it' growers of this section they agreed light and water plant. 1 A I
TRYING TO MISLEAD ,
ti! to a season's pool which insures every The reason is that our citizer., 9-4 bleached 95c .
J\1' man against heavy loss frommarket iropertv' owners are waging up t< The' advocates of the bond amendment 1 Peppernell Sheeting, yard i

.;'ti, or weather conditions and the fact that public utilities mun"cipallv ; know they cannot win throur'i .
.. guarantees him a share in the high owned are an intolerabl fair and candid discussion of the ,
; : ., ", prices 'which are so- coveted. This burden. Last year for the six: month a question so they are resorting to in- 1 Outing Flannel the best that is made pink blue and '
in rates ,
I : action shows the full and complete nreceding the advance onDecember' uendo and misrepresentation. The 1 I
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co-operation which exists here and 1st., the plant'ran behind :
Central Florida Highway Association :
k \N! "i omlses. the greatest profit ever received $500.00 per month. It is reported sent out to its members Sunday .' gr {y, yard 45c. ; i iBlack I
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I' .7 from the .Osceola fruit crop. that during the month of July this lettaer large attendanceat 1 .... I '. I1" \{,,, .
,/ i year the deficit was $800.00 and for a a meeting urging: to a be held at Orlandoand ' .', :,,' Ii'\: +

,- Mayor J .S. Cadel] and Secretary August/ S1200.00. The. election fol- with its platform in relation to and Blue >
"' Serges $1:50 to $2.50 )
J. D. Woodberk. of the Chamber of lowed. Nuf sed. the constitutional amendment Amo*>- per yard
vi, ". Commerce. have' inaugurated a It is not fair to place the entire the reasons it gives why the amend-
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', Hear-up day for Kissimmee. setting responsibility upon the present. ment should be adopted is this' : '"
t I' apart Staurdav. October 9th. for council. The city has borne this "Because: In all probability the Also low prices on bleached and unbleached muslin.
that nurpose. This is a laudable undertaking millstone. on its back for years, i jt forthcoming federal appropriationfor
i 4 ..nd it is hoped that all has been passed on from one councilto roads which must be met by the
'A,<' c our citizens will co-operate with the next. Any whisper favoring state dollar for dollar will be of such 1[
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it) them. It isnt necessary to complete a sale to a private corporation wasstamped amount that if bonds are not issued
the work in one day, but all can at upon as .a conspiracy to it will be necessary to levy a tax of .
least make a start on that date and [I turn the city property over to some five to eight mills to raise the funds,
a then work at it at odd times until j extortionate monopoly. Refusing to and to bond the state would be a 1
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lift they have finished. -""'ni7" the fact that any pur-
,. much more equitable mans< of meeting Here
Special :
direct these taxation.APpropriations" that would .1 f are Saturday

4 We do not know when this plat-
form was adopted but it was sent I
out under date of last Sunday. Three .
CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY and
riated weekse Press before carried that date the the statement Asso- 1[ Monday Values:

from the chief of the bureau of public
I't The Cut Price Grocery, Saturday and Monday, will tell Sugar for roads that the sum appropriated to ;

y ISc. per Ib., one pound for every dollar in trade. If you buy $5.00 Florida 147,447 and for the the next story year also was showed$1,- c 6 Cakes Palm Olive Soap 55 cents ;

4 ; worth you get 5 pounds of Sugar for l5c. Cash only.: that it was not certain whether the 1[

government would make any ; 6 Cakes Cashmere 1""
CRISCO Catsup, bottle _____n______ .13 riation for the next year. appJ'OpC Boquet Soap 55 cents

No. 6 can _________________$1.85 Best Early June Peas No.2 __ mill tax alone next!: year,will produce '
No: 3 can u______________ .90 can ____________18 and .22 a revenue 'within $100,000 or $150.- 1
No. __un___ .60 900 of being enough to meet the allotment -
_ ___ ___ __ Beets, No. 2 can----------- 18
Lardp1Sound _ .25 of the .government to
Picnic Hams ______u______ .27 1 Gallon Alaga _____u____ 1.50 ida and the revenue from '
J r All kinds Soap bar________ .09 % Gallon Alaga __UnU ..751H I without being increased will Flor-l I '.

. 12 ban ___________________ 1.05 It can __________,____ .23 over $400,000 more. Add to :izst
; Washing Powder 11 pkgs._ .60 Karo, 1H ID cans _________ .19 credit that will be allowed! the afatefor f Received a Shipment of Women's ;
Tomatoes No.2 15c. 2 for ..2Veal: Loaf ________________ .22 the use of the convicts and we
.' Nestle's 'Everyday; Mifk' Vienna Sausage ---"T------, .10 find provisions already in force for 1

HJV"m S cans __________________ .20 Pot Meat 6c, 6 cans__::___ .25 enough to meet the sat-
'' Grits 6 pounds --________-- .25 Corn ____________18, 22 and .25 nearly Federal allotment money twice The dChildren'
I Meal, 6 pounds u__________ .25 Pork and Beans, 2 cans_,_ .25 threatened tax of five mills over.' would Fine Quality Fall Shoes. !
Macaroni & Spaghetti. 2 for .15 Navy Beans, 2 0>s--_______ .25 than in 1
& Lemons, dozen ________ __ .20 Cabbage, Ib _______________ .06 'and yield one more of eight$2,000,000 mills would revenue yield [
h No. 10 Snowdrift i________ 2.00 Peas, B. Eyed, 2 Ibs_______ .25 about So with the
'11 No. 4 Snowdrift _____uu_ 1.00 Arbucklea Coffee Ib._-_--__ .40 from$3,500,000.licenses, from; two The Prices Attractive. -
are
t7. 1.. No. 2 Snowdrift ___._n____ .60 Gold Blend Coffee uu_____ 30 :'half enue t4 four million dollars rev-l "
t .t Pure Lard. pound __unn_ .27 White House Coffee ____On .55 Ke raised from this increase in [
4 Coal Oil. gallon ___________ .25 Senate Coffee' _hnhnn .60 tax without counting tho use of .
m. I White Bacon. 27c, 4 Ibsn__ 1.00 Maxwell louse Coffee __ .50 and the
on convicts at all
b fd sS Fine Table Peaches ___ _u__ .40 Gold Brand _ __ .30 government r
nhn would make allotment ))
not as large an :
ib can .40 1
\ Pineapple
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FEEDS to Florida without appropriation r ,
Blackberries, heavy .40
syrup.can)/
from to
4. Gold Medal Flour, 24-tbs. 1.90 Oats,, 100-lbs _____ 3.40 $250,000,000 $400,000- !
n.n 000 in a41. -
4 Self-Rising Flour, 24-tbs__. 1.90 Torn, 100-Its ______ h___ 4.00 The advocates of the amendment '
1* Self-Riling Flour, 12-Ibs. ..00 Shorts, 100-tt _____ __ 390Sweet 1
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i ii ? to the witha
Eagle Brand Milk _n______ .29 Feed .J00-Ibs ____ 3.60. are trying scare people LYLES V. I
threat of high taxes for which; thAv STORY
i Libby's Brand Milk __h-_ 19 Cotton Seed Meal ____ _____ 3.40 f & CO.
know there will he butif
r'' \ Potatoes _ __ __ __ ___ ___ .55 Chicken feedbest ___ ___ -- 4.35 such taxation wiere no necessity necessary' it

I would be much better for the peopleo 1
a t Aad. glad i everything u our store will be for sale. These prices areA + submit to it than to authorize the
I legislature to issue bonds for road
strictly cash. building. If the people build roads

by taxation all the money will be r BROADWAY
spent on roads. If they build them
; CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY with bonds much of it will be wasted 1 .;

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PHONE 141 422 BROADWAY The Mothers'-Teachers" club is -:- -:- FLORIDA :

t meeting in regular session at the I \." ,
Out of Town Orders Given Prompt Attention. j jI jj Hart Memorial building this after .

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. .,It .... ..-It. j Registration' books 'close Saturday; Registration Iwoki dose'Saturday, MASS MEETING, OF"WOMEN ADDRESSED

Oct.; 9-one week from tomorrow. ,Oct. 8-one -week from tomorrow: BY HON. W. J. 'SEARS

:I 'Weather Report C' S. Walton and family h,.ve returned Dr. W. L.'. Winn's! offices are, now ",
from a pleasant summer's located upstairs over the' post of (Continued from: Tug One) : R. G.. MINICK

, \ visit with relatives. and friends in .fice. 86-tf more than 10,000 women. In the

Official Bulletin of daily Tennessee. sMr, and Mrs. I. II. Wetherbee en' election of national officers,, Mrs. W.

temperature and precipitations J. M. Saddler, of Tildenville, spent joyed a delightful auto trip Saturday S. Jennings; of Jacksonville, "was .
furnished by the Kissimmee' Thursday here and was present at over the hard road triangle from elected first vice president.- Dr. '
Co-operative U. S. Weather the fall meeting of the Citrus. Grow Haines City'to Lake Wales! to Bar- ,Grace Whiteford of Ozona KJa.. one Druggist' 6
bureau Station, for the weekending ers' 'Association. two, then back'to HaineS City. They of the 'ablest women in the south,
were greatly pleased with that sec has just beea appointed vice president -
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Thursday
Sept. Miss Lulein
: has
i f. CJeckley accepteda tion of the country. in the general federation. Mrs. -

i Observation taken ,by Secretary Orlando position firm as, :and stenographer left Thursday with an to. "A Study of Prayer" is the subjectof Edgar Lewis within, of and Fort without Pierce the U recogrilled ';'

Chamber of Commerce. begin her.duties\ the sermon at the Christian stateas T. o' Store,
church next Sunday at 11:00, and a mighty force. She is memberof
Max. Min Rain S. B. Aultman returned Saturday "What is the the state board controlling' the
Friday u______ R4 71 .10 from, a three week's visit to his son Kingdom of Heaven"will Institution for feeble minded. Mrs.
the 7:30.The
Saturday _?..,.... 82 67 ,_ Marry' at El Paso, Texas,. and other be subject will at be illustrated evening J.-W. McCollum; of Gainesville, Miss
""1 Stiaday ___..____ P4 69. Western! points. sermon The is In-by Elizabeth"Skinner, of Dunedin (who '
Monday 85 .70 Mrs. O. E. Hilton' Is expected to vited.diagram.. public cordially refuses to allow her name for county Free Saturday t Sunday & Monday Free

Tuesday 88 72 .93 return home today from Manasota, superintendent of Pinellas county); .
Wednesday '- 83 74 1.34 where she has been spending some J. Z. Roberson returned Sunday Mrs. C. A. Lock of Dade City: Mrs.
Thursday ______ 80 69 2.34 time with Mr. Hilton. form Georgia, where he spent, the Wm. Hocker, of Ocala:, M'ra. Cay,of WHILE IT LASTS I
past week visiting' his daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Pfann returned Tallahassee; Mrs Hawkins. of
*<.000.000"ODOOOOOOooooo"ITEMS Mrs. Bartow Button and other relatives Brooksville
Kate Apllngton. of Miami -
home this week from an extended Miss Ethel Roberson, who and last; but not least Mrs. Two cakes' of Jergens Bath Tablet with each Dollar Purchase. .
trip to their old home and other ;
points in New York State.L. has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. John F. Fuller, of Orlando; a Southern This i i..n elegant bath and the most popular bath ;
I/ OF A WEEK Crawford, at Thomasville, for several Democrat, who was called last soap among
: II at Orlando. A. Hakes, exchange managed' weeks, came home with him. spring to tour the New. England soaps on' the market. It regularly'' retails for fifteen cents each cake. ?
spent a few hours here
J. A: McCarthy, one of St. Cloud'sleading states In behalf of the nineteenth
Registration books close I Thursday to attend the meeting of business, men, was transact- amendment. These are few of the Take advantage of this tale and save. the price of your bath soap.
Saturday,I the Citrus Exchange men.
Oct. 9-one ing business in Kissimmee last Mon- many leaders among Florida women.
week from
tomorrow. i Local real estate men report busi- day. Mr. McCarthy is an electrical Mrs. Fuller and Mrs. W. .S. Jennings We solicit and appreciate Drug Trade.
Miss Ruby Gordy spent the week ness unusually active for this early engineer and has recently installed attended the San Francisco your patronage your
ned in Kisummee the guest of Mrs I in the season. Much city property several Delco lighting i plants in the Democratic! convention Verily Florida Ali
... I. M. Lanier.-Winter Haven Chief. : hasJ/Changed hands and other deals rural districts of the county. women lift high the banner for One trial will convince. Our stock i is large and as near complete t

Beginning today, Oct. let, Matinee I are/in prospect.; Howard Katz, in behalf of the a .nurer, better commonwealth.But find
in of this size the State.
town
as can a in
very afternoon at 4 o'clock at Ca>1 *"TOr. D. ,G. Wagner is entertaining County Democratic Executive Com .here, as elsewhere, among you
.'4 sino Theater. .,;n the members of her Sunday schoo! mittee, wired Cary-'A. Hardee, Dem- men and among' women, for some
Lee Ilobbs returned to I class this afternoon at her country ocratic nominee for governor, askinga men are like some women, there are I
,Jacksonville: after a pleasant Monday visit I home. The occasion' is the semiannual speaking date for Kissimmee, apathetic citizens, yea there may be Phont 3
with Kissimmee relatives. I I report and election of officers. knowing he would speak in Tampa, those who do not know; that the
Mrs. A. A. Joiner arrived from but 'was disappointed yesterday when privilege and burden is upon us. The
J. L. Overstreet and family motored he received ratification of the Federal suffrage
Haines her home in Oglethorpe, Ga., Friday, a reply stating there
for to City Sunday after- for a. visit with her son, W. A. Joiner was no available date. amendment gives all women in the ......ooooo..o..o.o..o..o..o .oo......
noon a few hours with relatives I And She will of United States the same-voting rights
there. family. likely remain "Bobby" Page manager Edge- '
I here till Christmas. water Farms, returned last week af- as are now accorded men. Womencan
Henry Snellt Jr. has accepted a I Miss ter three months absence, which he vote for all public officials on
Minnie
Floyd of Tallahassee HONESTY
, position as bookkeeper with the the county, state and national ticketat
the state spent with his parents at Newark,
poultry in the
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agent was
#pank; of Osceola County, at Kls im- city Thursday and in with N. J., and and among the resorts of the election on November 2nd.
company
Mesdames W. A. Milton ,
Thousand Islands in Lake Ontario. Steed
mee.Mrs. Miss Albina Smith, visited several
Pledger, O. J. Rountree, A. W. Bailey -
H. V. Witham nee Miss farms in MT. Page says, the weather was idealin i
Claire the county where turkey A. T. Morrison and W. H. Cole I Is our Mascot, and we shape our policy to make him smile.
Hathaway, of Orlando, who aiding is conducted.Dr. the lake'reRorts the past summer.
has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. and that the black bass. fishing was man compose the committee which Every dollar in our three stores is
B M. Hall, returned home Thursday. C. H. Summers, state missionary exceptionally good. will arrange future meetings, and an
for the M. E. Church South, earnest is all
appeal sent out to f
who Mr.has. H.been S. Bullock, of Kissimmee" who has been home for a few days PRETTY SOUVENIRS ARE parts of the county asking women to TAYLOR CASHaccumulated
visiting Mrs. W. J. S.
with his family this week, left today perform their civic duty.
Carr, f'Slr a month returned to her for Crystal River, to continue his MADE IN KISSIMMEEOne .
) home Monday.-New Smyrna Breeze. with the approval of our
work Miss Albina Smith Osceola's
,
of the industries of agent
Mrs. H. H. Harper: ,and Mrs. Geo. Leitner of Arcadia, and his Kissimmee of which growing!little is known, for the home extension work, wil!

Claude Harper left Wednesday for sister, Mrs. G. H. Fletcher, and children even by our home people is F. X. move the home demonstration kitchen MASCOT r 1
Baltimore to be with Mr. Harper' of Bartow. spent last Saturday LaPont's palmetto novelty factory.Mr. to the rooms on the second floor
who will undergo an operation at and Sunday with friends and relatives LaPont has gone along in a of the building is now occupying: !
John Hopkins, Saturday.J. in Kissimmee.-Polk County quiet wall installing his machineryand Miis Smith will have a suit of room ). Delivery extravagance and credit losses banished.
S. Underhjll returned( Monday Record.A. getting his working place together here which can be furnished as cozy f
afternoon from Kissimmee where he Rosen has purchased the handsome until he is pow ready to place I and attractive as anv one could wish- "WE SELL IT FOR CASH
went with his wife who is thete --- ----
still bungalow on Beaumont avenue his product on the market in fact' WE SELL IT FOR LESS" t
under the care of a doctor. We are he made NOTICE TO HUNTERS
from G. M. Shearoune and will move recently quite a large shipment \
glad to hear that vihe is improving. his family there the of his goods to northern :
as soon as : par-
-Okeechobee News. occupant can find house present for ties. I Notice is hereby given that the
, a one T\4oi\ System :1
, his family. si few samples of his work were pastures of the Southern Cattle \
shown the Ga- Ranch, Inc., in Okeechobee County,
of
Leo H. Wilson, county agent" madea zette this a representative week and to us they were Florida, have been posted. No (GROCERIES) j,
DIAMONDAND '
visit to Kenansville
and Whittier
hunting trespassing will be allowed
indeed revelation. He takes the of
recently. More attention i is being :lowly palmetto a cabbage logs and and offenders will be prosecuted KISSIMMEE I \ RAIN S CITY
paid to stock raising in that sectionof .
: to the full extent of the law. ;
awe them across the grain into ST. CLOU
the ,
county and everything looking
SOUTHERN CATTLE RANCH Inc.
favorable. Mocks about one inch thick and then '
I polishes the surface either side .1- ni" 1 ,
on
LEHIGH TIRES J, Reed Curry, of Tampa, state organizer I The blocks are! then turned over to .o 0 to ttto Ot OO O o !O oo t'., 0 JO! O 0... I."
.. for the Florida Citrus Ex Casino Theatre t'
his artists of whom there are three, .
change, paid a visit to this cat I ooooooo OOOC.OOODOOOOOOOO.O..OOOOOOOOO.-+ :
LaPont
including Mr. and typical
GUARANTEED 5000 MILES I I Thursday to he at the meet !
present Fior'da scenes are painted on the WEEK OF OCTOBER -.fTH
;''ng: of the Kissimmee Citrus Grow polished surfaces, after which they
SIZE PRICE era' Association. are, treated to a coat of heat proof MATINEE 4 P. M. NIGHT 7:15: Bargains in Read Estate I i

30x3 __ Ribbed Lehigh __ 10.50 | Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Griffin, ac varnish. The result is startingly! '.
companied by Mrs. H. G. Hobbs anc: pleasing and will doubt MONDAY, OCT. 4. "
30x3J! __ Ribbed 'Lehigh __ 14.90 ,i beyond appeal acres
31 Acres fronting on brick; road 2 miles from town; 28
I Miss Roberta of
Maggie ColumbusGa. L.
who desires Harry
to any one a Florida Morey in
30x3 Diamond _____$11.90: ., and Lee Hobbs of Jacksonville souvenir. The novelties ate use THE SEA RIDER. cleared and fenced; good five room house, $4,000. 4
3031/2! Non-Skid ._ 17.80 motored to Fort Meade to spend the ful as well as ornamental, and they '
3231/2! _____ Non-Skid _____ 19.90 week-end with relatives there.C. can be used in place of table mats llth Episode of Silent Avenger. One of the best business lots in town. Fronts on Broadway. 1

3ix4 ,Non-Skid _____ 23.90 H. Thacker of Akron, Ohio, is for hot dishes without detriment to TUESDAYVogel' 5-room modern house, with large lot; nice shade and several ;
his family to Kissimmee and! either paint or varnish. ,,
32x4 ____ Non-Skid _____ 24.90 has moving rented a residence on Patrick Big Fun Show.WEDNESDAY ) fruit trees close in.' price$2,500 for quick sale r

,3,3x4, _.._.., Non-Skid _____ 2" 7034x4 street. Mr. Thacker 'will 'open a MAYOR CADEL RECEIVES 40 Acres 2 miles from town, on brick,; "fenced and cross fenced' '

.. ___ Non-Skid 31.90 vulcanizing and repair shop in con HEWS OF BROTHER'S DEATH Gladis Brockwell in .
'
e. into three fields;; 20 acres. cleared! ;,, good fruit, land; 4-room house J "
ction with the Dixie Service Sta "
n .
33x4NonSkid! 34-90 tion. Mayor J. S. Cadel received a cabled MOTHER OF HIS CHILDRENFox 2500. .1' '- :

3441/2! Non-Skid 35.90 gram Thursday bringing the sad News No. 93.
. 36x42_____ Non-Skid _- 3&9QT Chester Willington Val 'Rez, director flews of> the death of his brother, 7-room modern house, corner lot, nice garage, $3,500. r
general of the "Old Indian Trail"load Charles W. Cadel), who passed THURSDAYAlice
awayin
835 Acre Ranch, one mile lake front one of the best improvedranches
which extends from Vancouver a hospital in London, September27th. Brady inFEAR ; i
British Columbia, to Miam in the state. ,
LESTER ALFORD Fla.,. is in the city today. Mr. Vai: Mr. Cadel said he knew none of MARKET ...'
j Rey states that the road is completed the particulars of ,his death other Last Episode o 40 Acres 4 miles from town, nice young budded grave and :to

Tire and Vulcanizing Work as far south as' Joplin, Mo, and than that he received only a release x Fox News No. 94. about 200 young nursery trees; 4-room house, $4,000. (
I that much progress is being made on from active duty in the navy at the .
107 Kissinsmee Fla. FRIDAY
Broadway his end of the "trail." close of the and he
_. war though was IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL SEE, ',. It.
,
- -- --- ---=---- -- -- --- ---- -- ---- ,UP v< MARY'S TIIC.A
in civilian: life he was called into ( A '
oooooooooottooO.'OOO.O'OOootOG.O OO service when the ship carrying the Big Specialty. ''Also a Christie
contestant! to the Olympic games NELSON REALTY'CO.
Comedy.
PHONE 200 PHONE 12 was fitted out. "
The message stated that he "diedin SATURDAYRio
JOOOOO
line of duty," and that his remains KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
,Grande a Pathe Special Production
.
would be sent home on' a ship due
to arrive in America October 14th. and a Moakey Comedy. 6 'OOOOOOO.OOOO O.OOOOOOOOODO"O.OO'OOOO'OO.O'.
:Mr.: Cadel) jvill meet the ship and ',
----- ---- ----- ----5 y
JUST ARRIVED accompany the body to its resting
place. OOOOO OOOO"O' O 'O OO OOOG


ANOTHER SPLENDID MEETINGOF

-8 THE PYTHIAN SISTERSThe

'I! '.....,--. Pythian Sisters, ope of- KisimiTe's IWillys-Overlands
lodges which is making a
record growth and is out after the
Mate banner this year, held a splen-
A Large Shipment did meeting Thursday eve.ninlat
tehir hall. About seventy-five sisters -
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'and Sister Knights were present -
t !including: Mr. and Mrs. Brokaw
Mr. and Mrs. King, Mr. and Mrs.

New Crop White Beansat Willet Fletcher, Mr.Mrs.and McRhea Mrs. ,Helms.Mrs. Mrs.Cleo' New Prices F. O. B. Factory ;

Feagin Mrs. Steinberg and, others
from the Orlando Gleaners' TempleNo. EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 3O, 1920 l
2.

Half Price the A meeting class of then five at were the close initiated of the at Overland 4---Touring : : $ 895.00

the
ceremony company was invitedto
the banquet hall where the enter-
tainment committee, Mesdames L. R.- Overland 4---Roadster : j 895.00 '
-
Farmer, T. M. Rivers, Geo.
street, C. Buckles and Miss Lucy
Buckles, served an elaborate collation Overland 4---Coupe ; : 1425.00

SHcperlb. having in its menu chicken

salad, sandwiches, pickles, cakes and Overland 4---Sedan 1475.00 S
iced tea. : : .: ., '
The new members- taken In were

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sanderson, Mrs. 2195.00
Willys Knight Touring .
:
, C H. Dripeers, Mrs. Will Steed :
and C. F. Tyson.PRESBYTERIAN.

EAT beans and cut down the H. C. L. CHURCH Willys Knight---Roadster : : 2105.00

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: Phone us your oVders and include some 81-2 | Sunday Morning/ School worship, 10:00, :11:00 a. a.m.m, Ser Willys Knight---Coupe : ; 2845.00 ,

mon by the pastor, subject: "When
cent beans. the Majority were Wrong." '
h I Christian Endeavor meeting at Willys Knight---Sedan : : : 2945.00

: We deliver anywhere in the city. 6:30: p. m. Topic. "Our Church Priv- ,.
iliP"t'1I and Obhgations"Evening
service 7:30. Subject


F i. ; Waters & Carson Grocery Co. Tuesday"Our The Session Tow Women's afternoon.meeting Natures.,Society Monday,will 7:30.: meet Lupfcr & Prather Garage i


Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30: j :
: PHONE 200 PHONE 12 p. m., Choir practice Thursday, 7:30: : .Y
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t 'SIX .' THE K13SIMMEE' VAIAETCAZBTTJV,nUDAT.rOCTOBjrR. ,l.t 1920 '""' !' --:

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CITRUS SEMINAR' WILL BE .


'I HELD OCTOBER 5 AND 6\\ Smokeless and


The citrus growers of the state -care of in the proper way. ,Black Powder
I
are Invited to attend the Eleventh There will be a display of spraying :

1 4 F Annual Seminar, on the campus of machinery under canvas. Also a .rwaiierproof t'r
! i th*. University of Florida, Oct 56. restaurant booth on the grounds so .
Posters and program have been.well that those preferring to remain, on
distributed tI1,' campus during the noon hour

This year a very strong program may do so.Everything. .
, has been prepared. As advertised, .is being done to make
L r. Webber, whose citrus' investigations the event avery important one", and
in Florida began twelve years i there will bo other important meetings
ago and since then has been in the I than mentioned in which the '.
California citrus area, in going to Static Plant Board will take an aCtive -

deljver two lectures, and every part in. Dr. Wilmon Newell I
rus grower can get much\ clt-I plant commissioner, has arranged
Over fifty years ago a young f I tion from Dr. Wl'bloer. meeting of the beekeepers of thestate

", physician practiced widely in a Dr. J. N. Harper, formerly? and everything is in readiness
rural district and became famous of tH3 South Carolina Exipviment'Station for these events.
in the and one of the best informed The hotels offering accommodations -
for his uniform success men on foils and fertilizers: will deliver are the White House, the Imperial -
curing of disease. This wa, jDr. a lecture on "Fewer Fertilizer Hotel the New Southern 110.'el ,

Pierce, who afterward. established Formulas" }, Magnolia Hotel and the Graham
himself in Buffalo, N,' Y., Mr. W. C. La! setter,. editor of the Hotel. The White House Is al ogcther -
Southeaster edition of the Progressive American, the Imperial and
and placed one of his prescriptions, I Farmer, will lecture on the New Southern both American and r

which he called "Golden Medical Florida farm bureau, which applies European plan, while the Magnoliaand '

Discovery," in the drug stores of to citrus growers, truckers and far Graham hotels are Europeanwith
'
.
rooms only.
mers.
the United States so that the pub- of Stoutamire editor will be
( Mr. C. E. Hix, superintendent Ralph ,
lic could easily obtain this very transportation, Seaboard Air Line glad to make reservations for any h

remarkable tonic, corrective and Railway, 'Norfolk, Virginia, has who write to him. The hotel, too,
to and address the will make reservations on request.!
_, blood maker. Dr. Pierce;; manufactured promised come
; matters. Aside from the Citrus Seminar
growers on transportation -
.; this "Discovery" from There are several other very important the experimental grass plots, under: vrMoneyBack .
roots and barks a corrective numbers. the. direction\ of J. B. Thompson, will \

remedy, the ingredients 6f which Those who contemplate coming by I be in good shape and this is a very
nature had put in the }fields{ and car from south Florida will find important matter to the citrus grower. -
their best road by way of Ocala. McIntosh .
forests, for keeping us( healthy. I Micanopy, Gainesville While Since distributing the programthe / Shot-Shells
Few folks or families now living this is a dirt road it will be in good name of C. H. Walloer has been )
have not at sometime or other used shape for this occasion. added to the program.' His address
The hotel and restaurant accommodation will be on "An Even Break for the
Medical Discovery"for i
this "Golden in Gainesville] are good. Citrus Grower" Every citrus grower -
the stomach, liver and heart. While the hotels will] be crowded yet I knows about Mr. Walker of Bar- You can get your money back for The Black Shells We make exactly the

Over twenty-four million bottles there is ample room for every one. I tow, and he will be able( to make If, for any reason at all, you don't like them. Just same guarantee with
I tonic and blood remedy ps a committee has been appointedto uggstions t that will mean. more
of this\ see that every one will be taken money to the growers. bring back the unused part of the box, and we will fu\CARTRIDGES
a have been sold In this country refund to you, without question, the price cf the

BIG CATTLE LOAN BANK LET'S DO OUR OWN ADVERTISING. whole box. There U DO 22 Long

HEARD BANK DEPOSITORS ORGANIZED The Black Shells have reached so high a state cf rills cartridge ai accurate

REaiYMOO[ PER( CENT[ Jacksonville, Sept. 25.-A hank There are as many smart peple in perfection in. waterproofing, in speed, in power, and 50 to 250 at dlltaocufrom yards as U. S.

: with half a million dollar capital I Florida as in most any other state in UnhOnDJtywe' can make this unlimited 22 N. R.A. Long KiHeLesmok
Y and said to have the backing of lead- Our population is cosmopolitan and
Jacksonville, Sept. 25.-Depositors jag cattlemen throughout the state. comes, from every corner in the Uni- guarantee. Cartridge Thiiu -4
'( of the Heard National Bank which I will open its doors for hUllinl'1I9 her" ted State! and much of it i I" composed 50 more yardi of accuracy

failed about four yearn ago/: are this within a. month is the announcement! of the progressive kind of peo BLACK SHELLS' than hat hitherto
i week being paid the last of the 10 'I'I I madi by those behind it. pie who wer dissatisfied! with the @) been possible with 22
installments on their low conditions in their home localities -
per cent The new bank will he known all riot-fire ammWli .
claims, completing/,' the retirement of the Southern Cattle Loon Company. and having heard of the enterprise Stnokele'x and B1ack. PowoderL
depositors'\ claims at 100 cent on Formal application for charter has and advancement of Florida know them. You Solid bullet for target
I Try The Black Shells if you don't can
I
the dollar.\ been made.In have corm" here to he among' thomost work. Hollow-point
Payments are bt>inv made hv C. L. the organization/: and operationof progressive people. jet: your pet load fix evtry kind cf shooting; iu anwhdt..a or bullet for mall game.
:
Williams\! receiver 707 Graham (formerly I this bank, financiers and other Notwithstanding all this i there area black powder Cost no .....n:. Ak for
Heard) building and his office progressive men say, lies the greatest / lot of mart people in the big cities UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY, New Y o-",Ma./artrr.r. circular C-93.
is expected to be a popular place step forward in mAny years for of the North who feel sorry for us -
this week. Depositors are directed Florida development. It will mean because we are apparently isolated Coaim in and act m copy ol Th. U. S. Game / /

,, i to Tiring their certificates when presenting that cattle owners. desirous of improving away off down here on th last point OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO., Kissiminee, Fla. W. B. MAKINSON CO., Kiuimmee, Fla.
claims for final payment. their breed or their herds 'of the country and they come down
S. F. Travis Co. Cocoa Fla. J. S. Stone Melbourne Fla.
;\ When the Heard National Bank and wanting to increase the numberof every winter, when it gets/ too cold ,
failed officers of the m-titution declared head on their ranges, will have for them up there, and sell us a lot W. A. Brown Cocoa, Fla. H. M. SaDie Sebastian Fla.

S1 that in time all depositor facilities for borrowing mey which 'of advice and a lot of advertising A. E. Matters &: Co. Eau Gallic, Fla. Gus Thomas Sharp, Fla.
would receive full payment of-their never before have been afforded neither of which does us much !good
.!) claims. Since that time regular divIdends them. In fact according: to a local but it helps to provide for these Cbas. E. Sands Fort Pierce, Fla. J. E. W. McCnllen Vero, Fla.

have been announced in In- banker not connected with the company smart people! a vocation in a sunny Gifford Trading Co. Gifford Fla. L. D. Cox: Vero, Fla.
i", ,
ntaUments of 10 per cent and the it means briefly that within rl >l11>tn where it is comfortable and .
r receiver has been active in retiring 'he space of three to five: years Florida enjoyable.Of Indian River Naval Stores Malabar Fla. W. M. Stewart Vero, Fla.

it i this class of indebtedness of the in- will rAnk as the most important course, if we are to be ronsid Terry's Cash &: Carry Store Melbourne, Fla. A. J. Byrd Vero, Fla.
etitution. ttle raising state of the United, erect a philanthropic people we
: With the last payment no depositor States. should welcome! these advisers and f
i. in the Heard will\ have lost a Organization of the bank has b..<.n business builders! with open arm* A,
.nt of his nrincipal. Other liabilities effected by H M. Bennett of Run and reicice over the fact that we -
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of the bank are being dischargedas /: Francisco: CoL. who has town here can contribute to their pl'aflurland 7 This Means You. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
F rapidly as possible by the receiver shout thirty davs. During this time comfort but the question is. ran we JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
. and it is believed that in time all Mr. Bennett has covered practicallythe afford to be philanthropists contin- When you get/ up with a bad taste COMPLETE FERTILIZERS
\\1< wined out. and has twice would be in your mouth, a dull tired feeling/,
,, debts will have been entire state by motor ually ? Once or not I FBRTILIZaW MATRRIAL8BPBATKR
The bank closed Tnesdry, January I received endorsement'. of nearly ev- ; so bad but these wise birds migrate no relish for food and are constipated .
# .' 16. 1917, and R. W. Pike was appointed ery bank in Florida. lie has letters regularly to Florida in the winter you may know that you need a INSECTICIDES *
: receiver.' He served several from more than fifty bankers in' and with their suave manner and dose of Chamberlain's Tablets They POULTRY SUPM.IM

months and was supplanted by Mr. which the formation of this bank winning smiles and persuasive arguments not only cause an agreeable but cleanse movement and- (Writ.l..!.._< Prl*. ...... ?'. . CIo__......<.-*_.*Jw->r. I.Um. with Q.......
41 Williams was encouraged without a single they proceed to,' annually, re of the bowels, ,
-- - -
I ,No dividend payments were made dissenting note, all agreeing that lieve us of our surplus earnings Invigorate the stomach and improve I Everybody Wne fa Anybody AJvertite Their "Wants" in The Valley Gaaett.r .
digestion.
until August, 1918,. when there were such an organization is not only badly through various and sundry advertising the_ _ _._ _ ____ ._ _.------ ---,' -- --- -- --- --- - - --- --- p- -- -- --
three. One was 45 per cent and two needed in Florida but also will\ schemes, most of which are
1r were of 10 per cent. In 1919, there make for the immediate growth of absolutely Valueless and many of
; were no payments, but in February he cattle industry. hem never see the light of day. as
1920, two payments were made, the Boon to Cattlemen. the bird flits as soon as he has collected 1
1 first of five per cent and the second Through the oneratiorr of such n tfie coin and is seen no more
for 10 per cent. Another 10 percent ink a boon of the most substantial in that particular locality. .
? was made in May, this year. iture ix! extended to the cattle raisr Already the state papers are reporting -
t and the last is now being made. = of Florida. Formerly national the advance guard of this He was a. good Jude
and state bunks have been unable to super-intelligent crew as arriving -
:. ... To get rid of worms in children -nnke extensive Irons on livestock I and the gullible business and professional -
bl t give them White's Cream Vermifuge. 'nth<> Southern Cattle Loan Company men are again"being hypno-
e' The little Sufferer improves at once will function: in this: way. In 'ized into doing something they aRer all
f and soon becomes healthv, active and he past the practice has been for robu t. Price, 35*. Sold by Rober- hnks to loan money to cattlemen resist the flattery and brilliance of
on's Pharmacy. ** 'rather upon the credit'of the individ- the visiting knights of the golden L
ual than upon the "-"curitv of his tongue and they loosen and dill '
up
MAKING HIMSELF USEFUL WHEN I 9aI i deL! AND THE Judge came la 8
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herds. This has h"?n mainly due to gorge and then kick themselves for .
the fact that until last session of week two until another golden' I
o :
"Gollv, but rae tired!I" exclaimed a or I USED to bellrr AND LOOKED mo.
w + tall and thin negro, meeting a short the legislature there were not ade- throated bird alights in their vicinityand .
and tttout friend. quate laws for the protection of such again/ they are enticed into the THE JUDGE next door. AS THOUGH I'd been caacht.
i I: "What you been doin' to get loans. However. bills were enacted fake advertising!! arena and once .' i
' tired ?" demanded the other. which place livestock in the class more are stung. 1 t WOULD PUT me baton, BURGLING* safe
"Well," explained the thin on*. with the best security and loans can It Is time this kind of thing was .

S ti ; drawing a deep breath, "over a'F' now be made upon .cattle and sheep stopped and we would suggest( ; that FOR PLAYING hoo--. AND HE.cam. .up. 'f'I.
with the stock security.The when of these -
Brother Smith's .dey are measurtn' as one advertising experts .
cattle bank will also act as a himself and solicitsan WITH A solemn frown.
Deyhaven't presents
the house for some carpets. OR SWIPING applM. ,
a yardstick and I'se eVsaring house for small}) banks in advertisement in any kind of
got no
Just exactly six feet tall. So to oblige the handling of cattle-loan paper. scheme that he be referred to the AND I rallr bebavtxL AND SAID. ,."Young. man
This wilt enable bankers In small of the chamber of
, Brother Smith I'se been a-lavin' slecretary com- NO SMOKING I here. ;
( down and a-gettin UD all over deir towns to extend more credit to cattlemen merce, board of trade, commercial WHEN HE ='. &I'OIIa4.' .
houwj."-Pittsbur-f Chronicle Telegraph. ) as through the cattleloanbank club or whatever organization U receiving . UNLESS THE old boy (
d they can clear their paper, secure your annual dues for the AND EVEN today. .
's' their money and place it again purpose of acting as your guardian IS SMOKING too." It
into activity without waiting. for ma- and protecting you from such vicarious I'M.A HtU acar-xi.
i DULL ACHINGDon't turity. assaults on your bank account. . AND DARNED it be didaf. .
THAT The bank will be under the direc- Every business man in Florida is or THE atom old boy. .
tion of Mr. Bennett, who is thoroughly -. competent to advertise his own business . MILE AND ay.:
and complain about a experienced in the cattle loan without the advice of itinerantor eo IN hla offloa. -
bad back.worry Get rid of it) For weak' business. lie has been active in the transient advertising; expert and! "GIVE ME ODe. .of UIOML '.

} kidneys, lame and achy backs, your Great West Cattle Loan Company of if"he will but give this matter one- THE OTHER day. LATISFY .
. CIGARETTESI .
neighbors recommend Doan's Kidney San Francisco, one of the largest fourth the thought! and attention .
'", Pills Ask your neighbor. Read concerns of the kind in the country, that he does to the buying and selling I HAD to. welt. .
this atstementfMrs. and also is interested. in several other of his merchandise or the conduct ,
R. L .Seaver, 324 Bermuda companies in this state. of his business generally h. will AND WANTED to .rook A GOOD Jndee of eigarcttaa will I
\ 4 lI'M the following I find that he can greatly increase the find evidence of expert: ears !
Ava. Klssimmee, afr 14.
I
rave AND waa
Ease the pain of a rheumatic attack
and well and skill in Chesterfield's zeltuttv
>' !1 statement May 21, 1908: "I had volume with some judicious . .
been a great s.fter r from backache.My by a rubbing application o' thought out advertisement and will THE JUDGE would set sore. Turkish-Domestic blend. Not only 4" >
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back ached constantly with a I. Ballard s Snow Liniment. It relieves not need the advice or assistance. of are the tobaccos of especially choice
tenderness and strengthens the eith(> Times-Un selection, but In blending them, oar
which kept in suave strangers, BUT I took the chanoa.
dull aching pain me
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joints. Three sizes 30c. 60e and ion. S experts have obtained a new
misery. There waa a soreness across $].20 per bottle. Sold by Roberson's AND LIT smoothness of flavor that easily
4 the small of my ) beak and every Pharmacy. ** We are proud of the confidence doc- a.olgaratR doubles tile pleasure of smoking.:
time I stooped over ol attempted to ton druggists! and the public haven
? lift anything, the, I pkin was awful. WOMEN ARE WORRIEDBY > liRa Chill and Fever Tonic.-adv.
t' My kidneys were weak, too, and 1 I LAW IN INDIANA .
couldn't rest fomwtably nights ]

}h- learned of Daan's1 Kidney Pills and Indianapolis, Sept. 24.-The Indi- J'- :5tEEDSPlant : : .
pot a supply at the Kissimmee Drug ana state law reguires eighteen
rI _. Co.. and they rave me more relief inches of the voter's legs/ to show Martin's Hy-Test Seed for 'j
:; and comfort than anything: I ever beneath the curtain in the voting/ good results. D C ..
used. TrW' backaches vanished and booths. Garden & Field seed for Fall Plant- ,,

v my kidney' acted regularly again. I How this law is to be interpreter ing.': e O A
Seed Oats Barley t
-Rye- -Rape.
gladly give this endbrsement. with women voting is giving/ election -
On March 26, 1918, Mrs. Seaver experts food for much thought New Crop Turnips, Cabbage, EggPlant 'f
said "Every once In 'a while when Pepper, Beans. .'
: The law was passed to prevent '
i1 i1's Peas Potatoes and Onion Set II.LaraeIIt a
I get a slight backache caused by two persons from occupying a boothat and oldest established seed off 1 CIGARETTES 1.
i1J takingDoan's
bard work. I begin' thy tmc time.RubMyTurn. .
house in the StateSend .
givee
Kidney Pills and they quickly '
Seed
-l confirm for- is great pain killer for Fall catalog: and -
,; me reiiff- L," dly my ._ special.
4 rwer statement!' It relieves pain and soreness caused l
60e. at all dealer. Fo..terMilburnCo. hy Rheumatism, Neuralgia Sprains, E. A. MARTIN SEED. CO. ,
., MXr.. Buffalo, N. 'Y. -tc.-adv. \ Jacksonville, : : : Florida
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLET- GAZETTE, FRIDAY; OCTOBER", 1920


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LEGAL Block "!>". _.___-. __-_..__-__ Ordla Baaa _? ........-V...... ..... nottO*d and rwririred to prseont .any
i ADVERTISEMENTS Lot d. laic 1TH : : 8. Block "0" .-__,.___...._.__-_._.,"0"d a Baa.. 4-______._?._.-_.- te.Ot of you, mar have acalnat the J
,r Lot' ::. Block "O"---,----.--_-_-----.* Ordla 13aaa _.-?,-..__..__,?.,, 4.38 .tats of Ckarlea Avsrett Cs>reonlo-1
'' :. H ,. ceased, late of Oaooola County.. Florida )
Lola 1 l"to to. Tn"...._-_.,.__-....._.' Tlrirll" M. Qlrarol -____.._.__.__ 4.tt GAINS 11 to the undersigned Kxscutors of
NOTICB! Lota 4)0) and .1_...._--%.._...-J-__..._ Pearl Johna .................. 1.43 POUNDS aid .estate. within two rear from tu
Lot .2 _, _..-.."-.------.:--__---_-,*._. Helton 0.... -_ _,._-..._-._. ..* date broof.Dated .
r/otlc Is. hereby given: that ,the..,foWowln. de.orlb.d'iand., orvso much Lot 9 8 ,..._"-1._.__--.-..__;;.1.-. E, Baae ....-r.._..;.._.___.___ .81 8.plember. ITth. A. D. 19I..
thereof a. wIlt be n..1" towith' the amount due for taxes: : herein .et Lot 94 ...?.,.__.,..._...___-___.k._.. K. U Lo.loy. ____.?__,._._.__ .8. A. So. I. A MM No. At H. Era / JAMES: M. CARBON,
oppoatte to the came.. totr.th.r the oo.t of such .Ie and advertising. Lots lit to 118, Inc.._.__..-.-.. 10.1. Le.Ur _.-.?..:......._._-. l..11 ,' I ROT B. CHALKBR
will be .014 at public auction on the fourth day of October A.: D. 1910' I" Lot 128 __?_?_.- .,--_-__--- -___... Unknown .. .._._.__...._.._..-, .88 WM Before Sari HaroldUwu. C.' A. CARSON JR. i
front ot the QItJ' Han door .t Klwlmmee. County of 0.0..01.. and 8t.t. of Lot* 12. and 180--_________....______. Paul McKee -----_.-.4-,,1\--. 1.38. . ft.,t bxocator-: :
",Klarld: Lot. 181 and 188_______________,_---. K. O- Barclay ___..- 1.11 - -ITo
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NAME OK TAX AND Lot 6. Block *-_- Rull Ba. _..__..____?-____. ... O.. V. H Liana ''A. AKBRXAK
aDESCRIPTION. Of LAND. OWNNR COST Lot 8. Block 11________________:___._ J. H Reese _:..,___.____-..,____ 1.11 "Yes. sir the good Tanlac him w. jr. STUD: e M
Lot. 1 and 3. Block 18.__._..._._.. Koater Newton ______.______ I..' done me has been worth a hundred
Hoes A......... Lota 4 and 6. Block 11______________ J. M. Johnaton -,___:______ 1.84 dollar. -e.ld UtJBBS AKERMAN AND STEED 4
All R. of A. C. L. Ry., Block .?____ J. M. Woodall __ 1 1.11'' Lots 4 and 'I. Block IS_______________ D. W. Aldermanr-.--".-,,--" 1.14 a bottle. Harold Lewis ..- 4t
All 10. ,of A. C. J- Ry.. Block 11.___,. Mach Bro. ..Z""Z ---" I I 10.21 A. K. n......'. ......D..... ., WVi of a .well, known machinist \living on R. .......- .d' C*:--lo-s .t Law

All of. .Block 18_-____________________ Unknown. _, _______II_--_-.__-IT 1805'. KM .,. BHM A .SVi of SHU of F. D. No. 1, Tampa, Florida a few K/ua.rey Fl.rtdapeaee.l' v
N. . It... He-Sob. 11*. of mocks .. OHM ., 810% 'ee. I*. T... II 8. K. I. days >ro-tles'lai. all Nab ..* u
i. :a. a. .e, T. a. ... 10. of ROM All of Block 1-_ -,______ Mr.. A;; B. Coeman| 11:2': ago Halted Btato Vmmrtm
'Atli/(1... Blocka t and 1-__u..__ H. A. Hunter ___-______._ 10.28 "A little more than a year ago( I "',

I L.t J. Jllock 10____,_________________ Mra Lot .Jr Block 4_._ B C )u ---------Z- ,98 had an attack of the 'flu' that nearly A
Nora L. o'boim
B.II'. He-.a-W.. of L. 115 .f Buck'.-----..----- .5.,, All Block /__ Mra A. B _._ 6.83 Vnocked me out. It left me with little W. B. CRAWFORD '
Fmymr A l-ayme Addition. Lot 7. Block. 8_ H. A. Hunter _,- 1.43
Ulock "A" t'NPLATTICD LAND or no appetite and my stomach
Lot R. I.H. P. UroMRlifa- Addition.- John! Jackson ____-__________ lO.tt Beg 1668 ft. W. of NE cor of NEH: ill. out of order. I didn't relish a ATTORNEYATLAWOffices :

Lot I Block A. ._ .u.__. --- __ u__ J C of 8Ei4- run. S 638.45 ft. W 603 thing ate and had heavy full 3 4 and 7 OsceoU
Orlfnnh __ a 6
All Bloeke{ B. IC H. and JG__. _______ 8. R. AUltman _____ __________ 11.15 ft. N. 806 ft. K: 1(8 ft. N. 13145 ft. : ; 6.
All Blocks C end D. ___ 11146 to H Sec or City Line, then 10. lie feeling all the time. I would bloat
Jot I. Hlo'k ',F" . . h. --.--- 8. B. Aultman::::: ::::::::::::: 27.76 ft. ______ .... _______nn___-____ M\ J. Crowder _______.________ II." UD awful .bad with gas and have Bank Building
-- h. -------- Breaker
Lot 4, mode ..U..______ __. -_________ Lester Alford A Barclay._. 780 8W" of SW%. leas ben NE cor. run sharp pains all through stomach. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ,
.. A. ItoMR .aoaj-a Add...... --" 1.16 8 130 ft; W to W. Bd!'. line Sec my
Lot 1 RInck 6- 15. Mien" N. 830 ft E to beg. also Mv nerved kept me restless and irrinblo -
Lot .* BI..k 6. ..n. h ---------- J..... McNea' _______--. 11.1E less beg 178M ft. N. of SK cor. all the-time and I. bean to fall DR. R. J. DENNING
------- -- ----- --- n. C. McAan
Lot 0, Bluck 6 11.IS run. N. (155 H Ct.V.. 184 ft. S 665.* .. It
ft in weight fast alarmed
Florida Lend .I..p.-- G.n.a;.. r.H.. w W..aver-- .81Ick"dlko ft. K. 184 ft Set16, Tp. 26. R 19 A. 8 Nelson u______._ _____._. 48.88 > se me.T DENTIST
!sots 21'. 80' AI and 82. 8\\'% of BK %. Sue 18. Tp. 25 K. 29 .W. H. Wilson4..______________ 136." tried many different things but ,
I.nta 6 .a".1! N 1'ri1 feet ofL5tr: .--- A.I"EJ F'. 88.11 H.-... NE for of NK14 of SE'1' Sec kent getting( worse. Over the Postofflce. 1 i
atey..r'u___________
11.85 21. runs \ O( ftS
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834 lx)t85.Lots! 35..7 6 and 1 and 28--li '';i.ptportion- W C. .....morn_______________ 1.1S aIr.fi.roH'5f: ft, N. 100 ft K: "Finally I bought a bottle of Tan- OFFICE HOURS. > to 1180. !:1I ta I.

of loot .61 S. of Midland Ry ._ ____ a. 141 ft. N. 111I ft.-------------- 8 B. Aultman __ .nu__.___ 6012 'lac and in a few days mv appetite Residence Phone
Lot M rind all of Lot 64 N. -of Mid- M. A.Itman-. e u.II Lot 1. U. 8 Survey, Sec 22, 25, 29_. W.. W Carson oon___s________ 10183 tricked UD and'I started eating( better 174OfBee Phone 1M

lend 12v ___ __ __ .,_ __ NV4 of SW % of NH% of NW %. Sec .nd fcelinobetter.. From then I
Moodall orle'-- "h......0.... of hh Lots SB. :Aultman------7---------- 17.10 28. Tp. ?61.R.. 29._ ___ __u.n____ R. L. Frankford _____________ 1050 on S I'
tut. in. er A e" ., .... ii.. C.'. W'H of NW <4 ot NH% of NW%. Sec' have steadily improved until now I
5rarvey.Lnt / 28. Tp. 15. R. 29.----------------- P V. Twltchcll . __ .. __ _h_ 866 call myself as sound a man ohysical- 'LEWIS

f. "Bln..k 'A::. .--7.u-----------. I1r... W. H. Thurman_______ 388 Tas Collector.J. R.KlsslmsaKlorlda.41ILHKRT. ly as I ever was. I est anything mv O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW -
I.ot 6 Block ''U -. __nu. __________ 1If... W K Thurm..n u 180 - - - - _ - . . . . City. -- -- appetite calls for and my stomachnl'iVM' g
..4lota 9 and 16. Block ): --n----u-, r.. 0. H. Thurman_:::::::::: f:311: bothers at al.
\9 and "0. Block n . me My nervespre
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,...>1. 17 and 18. flock <1 -___--_-__--__-- D. rlu..mpr 1.18 IBI" TIIK ( IHC I IT ('01'''''' FISH THKKKNTKKNTH State of New Jecsey and all\ whom It I Warner Building! {
good
:: :: IIfrll. W. C. Tanner:::::::::::: t'u JfUICIAI. (in11'1 may concern: You and each of youare a* as they ever were.
1 4 Inc. Block I
Lute: at "H" Porter 1.41 'riih K PE.OHI- I hereby notltled that the above' sleep like a top and have picked UD .
OK STATIC <
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Lola to 16 Inc? Block } __ _______ _____ _
Kirk __ ___ Instituted
J. H. '_d.II'. S.lt-O. .f Lot BA 1,41 l>\. la> aad for the Coaa ty ., 0.. .- cull was In the above eleven rounds in weight and am still
ol.. IM IMANtlKHl.R Court on the 14th day of July. A. U "
., f. II.. C. II..y.Jot 1920. and ancillary Karnlahoient Issued gaining. J. W. THOMPSON

12 .---.-. -. .__. .-_ Hpela Coatea _________________ 4 88 M Moneley In said cause on the said 14th day Tanlac is sold in KlMfmsiee by J.
Lot 16 - George Blake ____ ____ 5.26 Complainant. of July. A. L>. 1920. directed to 1'at Z. Rnberson and Central Drug Store
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K. N' Marrow* S.MINv of Lot MRof Johnston and O P.
Uarrrtt
11'. ... .. C... 8.0'Y.Y. v.. aera doing business aa JohuO"co-part-trGarrett and in St. Cloud by St. Cloud Pharmacy Funeral Director
ArtmenU K Ha-, and W C Ban her
LII'i'llI __ ___._._ .
n -- -- --- --- - Anna Robert T S. H. Bullock
HuKhea, -
Wayraan __ .
h _______ 1.16 huaband. 11:. I. LeMley and Jennie K..
H.aoerMbDIlloo. of N. 125
ft. as Receiver of the State Bank
of Lot en 11'. I.. .. '. Lealey his wHo State Bank of Klalmme . AND {
B. Survey of KI.."..".. .. and .liank of. Oscsola
Lot 1 -- -- u --- Katie Vatea ___... __ / <*. a corporation. Oufda Mallov. County corporation under the laws H M.nk and James F Kelly, Newark
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.__ 7. W. RRnI
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. ; I.h h Mary T. K. RAnkin and John -
WkU. a .. ...y.. . of the State of Florida, and you are I State of New Jersey and all whom it LICENSED EMBALMER
Port of Lot en.. 11'. ... l"tV.T8or"i.TLre In. her huaband. Lupfer A PratherOarage hereby ordered to appear ,In said suit may conoerii: You and each of you h
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10 Carbonand
corporation C. :
a hereby notified that the above
before the October Rulea A IJ. are ]
'. rltnn( ___ __ State Bank of Lakeland a corporation r.o via: the 4th day of October, A .ult was Instituted In the above Store and Chapel. Stewart Aye
..' ...bbof .:.tVe, F.U: --h 10.12 D. 120 WITNHSS the Honorable C. I Court on ape 14th day of July. A. D. KI83IMMBB. FLORIDA
!? .. I .'. -S.....,.. Defendants O Andrews, .ludire of said Court and 1020. and ancillary garnishment I..u- kIn
and __ .. m name as Clerk thereof and the .d In acid cause on the said 14th day
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- 7. Mcljiuren__ _____ sif
L01'.1;..:. .k.IOsi ).-. of Lota ;4:1w.: __- g. Notice I. hereby! given tbat underand ....1 of said Court at Klsslmmee, 0. of July. A. U. IS 10, directed to Pat all malarial countries the $'
., '. by virtue of a final decree offoreclosure Johnston and O. P Garrett copartner popular
aid W. K. L. I.. S.O'Y_. ceola County Florida, on thl. 4th dr '
Lot and sal. rendered In the of Ausrust. A. M 1920 doing bustneas aa Johnaton A remedy is Herbin People flaxl
Mrs .
Lot 'J :: :- -. '_::- : :. :-----: :_--_- : .Dow242 A M Cady. 22 above .')"1.. cauae on the 28th day ofAugust. CIRCUIT COURT MEAL* 3aw''. Robert T. tfeia-he., 8. H. Uallock. It a rood medicine for purifying tbo

11.. r..... S.HOIof ...... fT a 120. I will off IT for aiUe andell J L OVERSTREET. aa Receiver of State Dank of system and warding off the dI.....
k"> ..... 11'. II.. (...'. .Sorrey.NV4 at public to'"t{ : cash In "hand As Clerk of above Court Klaslmines, and Hank of Osceola I
of Lola and IS . lo the the front of KRIBBS. AKERMAN A STEED County a corporation under the laws Price, 60c. Sold by Roberson' .Phar
Hubert 8...11 Addition. Hhweauib.er. M. j. Crowder________ __ t 43 the court house In KlnBlmmee. Oacc* Attorney. for Plaintiff 34-t of the State of Florida; and you -are macy. *.*
ola County. Florida, during the legal hereby 'ordered to In- said suit
HMb-UlT. RI_. "HI. ....- --- --- --- appear
Lot I . ___ hour. of Bale on !Monday the 4th day M '"T"II* H'..v.:. on or before the October Rulea. A. D. 1
- -- Lucy _____:. _. __ ..
All of hlockKL" p'-- .. Hod" "h f J5 of October 1S20 the following d..c 1920 vimthe 4th day of October A.
All of Rlneka '.. *u -*". and OIl' Amy. ,?' r\Jr r..ra' to-wlt Under and by virtue of s decree ontered I.: into WITNKSS" the Honorable C. w e
IIf..oi
Mr F r-n------- : ""
BI..ck II-- i RB ,, ) of Block ( orO'S'nl l,,- I the. Judge of the Circuit O. Andrews, Judoe of old Court and j
1'144 of "- - I All.. ____ : .::: : :
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.. Clerk thereof and the
sVw of Hiock 'VU' :: . AifeV 22S and O.uorn Addition to the Court of the 17lh Judicial Circuit of my name abort. cold
All Blo.ks YL and Jlfl- Except that Hnyne. Uhu'h__ - Town of Klualmmcc City, according the State of Florida for Osceola County seal of said Court at Klsslmmee.
to the oflfclnl plat said land l.vlnn In a certain cause therein p..ndlnll'wh..r..ln reola County Florida, on thla 4th
part assessed to Mrs .1 1". Clarkson Mart stoKee _ _ J685 .. half of theNortaeaat of Auiruat. 1920
h mil being In the t
h. <-a John T Drnudv Is complainant COURT 0.-1 and
B"Il at' NW 'or of Block 4. Runs S . CIRCUIT SKAL prevent com-
<1."I.t. of the South fa-t and Hull n... Is defendant the )
160 ft K. 96 ft. N 15* tt. W 96 ft
Mr Julia L n"n__ J. 1. OVErWTREBT.
_ 4962xiS quarter! of Hef lion twentv-one (2I >. undersigned. Special Mister In Chancery -
Beg RIlJo: Cor of Block 4, tuna a Clerk
Aa of above .
ft ?. I"r' N 150 rI. W *6 C Hopkins K-t ._ ____ _ Town-hip! T': -nl--flve (:;) South will soil at public outcry to the KRU4R! AKEKMAN STEED. pltcatit take
'of ., _n Sr| flange Tw cnt. -nln.) 129) '"t. highest bidder during! the leKathours : I n$ {
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All of Block 14 - - I"ry W Madee '_ _ __ :3946 This the 81-t day of Auirunt. 192*. i of salt. on Monday. October 4, A_ D19CO. Attorneys for Plaintiff. '..-lIt. .
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U R Johtmlon n . - - .- --. 7846 MILTON PLKIXJKIl.Hpecinl I IKltIBRR. : In front of tb' court house doorIn
B. ... at NW car of Block 2fl runs
NOTK Of IMPLICATION OF TAX
Inn fl. K Inn ft.. N. ion ft.V 10* I\f ft'&rnEft:: '''''-<<'Y the Cltof Klsslmmce.( teeeolaCounty. 1<
{! : Florida. 2.0HO head of cattle DR"'D. I 1))
ft
J. W.deboi..'. li-b-n.-. of--DI..k"K" - MP" Prl8C"lR """" Mat'. __ n- 3032 ollc1tor for Complainant S8-6t I ranging In the Countlt.. of Brevard.St .
NOTICM! M HREBY GIVEN. That I $
and
Lucle Osceola marked and
of Robert ll.-. Addlttoo.Lot I) A. Smith purchaaer of Tax Certl-I I. .
1 and 1.-- .. -- .___n_. . it M. ]Most-ley ___ ___ 6R or I""% TUH f-l..t'I..T ('08 UT 11'8" TUB brand under as followsMarked bit In: one ear sharp Upperstiuare hn- Orate f.o'D ill), dated the Ird day of .'>t''S
Ali of Rlo'kll Hand H .. -- M" K. 'fI'. (Collier "I"_ _ I 88.SINK ..K, V. "'KKKT88 .I UII"ll. <'.n- the other. Hrancled D T Marked June, 1918. haa filed said certificate -
.F. II. IL Garvey. IT IT 01' "'''.1 HTATK OK KI.OHI- Uppersouar undi.rlrlt III one ear, In my office, and has made application <
t-a Lot 8. Block 7 - :- - .- if niatnn" Hst ______nnu_ 125 U.. IM AM! SIlK TtIK (OI-NTT OK sharp swallow tack In the other and for tux deed to Issue In
Beg at most Southerly cor Lot 7. 198'p101.A.. lh t':1: <( 1011' branded D T. and as shown in the cordance with law Raid c..rUn.. E4s. 'l
Hlock II. runs N 47 d.gV 140 ft, -- ,[ embraces the following ... a"-I
said decree recorded and on file In
4>N 43 J..u_. K 2> H ft, S. 47 d.-g. K Marie I. Knnls. this: cause Marked Clop two splits''I[ property situated In Osceola '"

TI4(>. ft. N 43 dea W to bal_ . P n Stoner -_ "' _ : : Complainant underlet In fine ear swallow fork under : Florida. to-wlt : \ .
Lot I. Sleek 12, Mh, Broi h. . _. II;__ _'""_ slU Y.. bit is the other Branded H_ 2 I I I I All Uloi. IT, of Runn>'m Lot 8, Blank 12. .. -- MIh I1r.... __ . __ .. 23445 Mimu-1 C Whtttiri and Emma Whit- JOHN S' CADKL. I aid, land bring assessed. ut the data f
I-otd ;8. 14. 6 and 7. Block 13_ _ oo. s It Aultman'l. .,____--_ 20622 ted his wife Special Master In Chancery I I Iof I l lu.nancc. of said certificate In the I.I
Beg 112 ft R 47ofdeBlg.ack:. of m st 1yI115Y'it11., .., .,... IkiNyit'ar- Defendants MA88EY A \VARI.ORol' \\'. 7 name of I IXsston II. Kst ITnleaa acid .I.ITL.
Northerlv' cor 19 runa S I t certificate shall be redeemed according -
47 d.>.g. K 50 ft. S' 4T! deg:. W. 75 ..- ---T....,T,..,.... ._I--i... Notice" I. hereby given that under -- H for Compl- - - ._- ..-38-5t- -- to law tax deed will Issue thereon -
ft. N 47 deg W CD ft. N. 43 di'KH and by virtue of a final decree of'orecloHUre I IN' THK CIRCI'IT' tOURT 4IK THRKtKVTKMIVI on the lith day of October A. 1:

.75 ft -. .---. --- - n Hull H.... __. ___ 6042 and aalu I rcpdernd In the .. .II Jt.I>lt.IAI. <'IH- I). 19X
Bear at most Southerly cnr Lot 2.Blork above tvle cnune on the 27th day of fTl'r ... TIlE STATE, OK ......RII (Circuit Court Real) purified and rdlned ,
19. runs N 43 deg 10 75 ft. \iiKuat 19'JO. 1 will offer for Sale and >.. IN AND KOH 0 <-KOLA: COUNOordo. J. I.. OVKR8TRMET
N. 47 ilflic W 71 ft. 8. 113 deg. W.Lo1t .ell at cash 40-6t Clerk Circuit Coort.IVOTICH calomel tablet that als J.
ft. H 47 degr, 1?. 71 ft Itull Bass unhn_________ ".75 lo the g ; :c.t"t; : the lH;: ta',1: __ .utealcM safe and
1 to 3 Inc. and NK i ifL of the court house In Klsalmmne. Oacela llryasi. .'....u... ...... TO CIIBOITOHB. f sure.. >:
lot 4 In Block 20___ __ _._____uu W B Maklnson Co.___________ 15175 .> County Florida during the legal Florida Lvasbvr Crate foasoaarteorporatloa a I '11'
8W fO' ft. of lot 2. and all of Lot. hours of..le. on Monday the 4th day .. et al, 1.J..d... .. <".... of the iToMtr Judge, Oa.eola Meddnal TtVtues retained t
8 and 4. Black I\u-__-___ ,,,. B. Maklnaun Co.,_-_.___.__ 71118 of October 1920 t. following described .. C...,.. ....t..r,, Florida '
,:AH of Block 18 lying. N A ,'r of A. property, to-wlt: i ('h." Artloo. D...... .1,1\00...", Order and improved.:; Sold
C. L. Ry Except a lot 81 feet wide -' '.+ .' The Beat half nf Lot Twenty-seven for .'.........1... In re'Estate of Charles 'Averett. Car only la sealed packainM.. ,
fartnir Broadway extending: : along" s, ">,," ',.. < t7) In Section Twenty (EO). Town- TO son. .
Dakln Ave to Thurman St. elan ,1.(, /',<""!)"i} ."\: 'j.. .1.i : ship Twenty-five (Bro), South Range FloridA Crate A Lumber Company, To all Creditors, Levatee.. Dbtribu. Price 35c. '
except a l I."f facing on Rrbad."y.O '' Thlrtv-onv Kant: also the West half a corporation organized and exlstlna: ; tees and all Persona having Claims 1'11

feet and fosslel Ave. :n ft._ _._____ Ben Balrd _____ ,-----_________ 490Itt of Lot 1. Section Twent\-one.. Township under the laws of the State of New or Demands Against said Estate! :
All of Block 26 lylnn S. A R of A. Twenty-five flouth Range Thlr- Jersey, William H Rttdomaekers Paul You and each of you are hereby It

C L Hv _u n.n .-- .- \\lmtxrly McLeod _h__ _i_ _U' 216 25 tv one Jo R.t. containing ten aerie __._ _ _' __ .1
Cape Breese.IxitS re. or less, according to the plat
I tl> 3 lllO -- - --_ n Rull Bass _h ___hOo ___ __ 31 (jr .f N..N..OR"*. filed In the office of
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mot 4 d' _ - -- h - A. F3 Hans _ __ _. h.__ . 23 RR the 'I..rk of the Circuit Court. C>sc..-
Lot 9 . . ___ _ _u u_ _. 1"V" A. C. B Clrlfan.._ . __. 2385 .IA ( lit v', Florida Assure
fta...._ A 0-Mesl A........ This e list dar of Auiit 1910\ as '

Lot: 6. aA"1":: ; -- AH Splar ___hm__. -r(5 S" MILTOPl.KOMKR.. you
Lot R cior l7.Ji k Special Master In ChanceryKUIHUS. .

"'fI" . n __ .n. __ \V H. Arnold ____________ ____ 78.7S AKKHMAN: A STEED!
Lot 8 and R. 44 foot of Lot 7. Block Holf
"R" -_ __ __ __ _-- -______ K L. Leslny" .h . ____ _____ CliO are a highyou '
Lots 4 And 5, Block "C" ____00 Rev \\'. H. Ball Kst._______ 1972 IN THIS f.il7liT-.u" HT NF THIS .
Lot 8 Block .C.---- --- _. ._ n. K L. Lssley _00 __ .._ ___ 6885 HUVKWTKK tJIHlltlAL I ,H.I''IT -
Lots i 0, 13nnd1LtrH. S4nflerill. ('!)UHT in ANI FOR O.fFl01.A -

Block "TV . . .-.u' Unknown ?_ nhu. ____ 16.SiN (' of Lot II. A all lot 2. Bloi'k "0" eHANJ4111". FOHI-.OSI-IIIC OKMOIIIUALIS. will like this Camel Turkish

M. A. "' ....-.. ........... P F. Leach h-. ._ __- -_ 10 2"1 .
All Of Block "A* - .- __ H A. Hunter . _ _ _ n_ 1A! and Domestic
Lot 1. Hlock "ters __ _h.u ., _h S 3fiMl U. M. l.AHTHt... (-om-l-l-ao.
a ".-"-"-l>lv. of I. J. K. 0.. P. .,.. d t
LoU 13 lo 1S. Hlock O _ _ .I T. Rivet __ _ .._--__ 2H IDA M. KI':....* J....... by her bMKKLL1. blend! 1
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Lot 16 Hlock o --- . -_ Unknown 121 1 ....... O"I\'NL '. Defedao.M. r 11
hUh.
Lots llto 24. Block """ 00". __ J. l P. nl -. ,'u. ___ -II..I 11I.1t I.F ,....
B.K Nw' cor of Lot I. Him.k runs ORDER: OK .', DLICATIO'M.It rc

8.: 84 ft. 1':. 73 ft. N. 94 ft. \\'. 71 ft MrCalllster ____ndn_____ 7 II appearing: by afids\lt filed In tile .
>>...... nt NK oor of Lot 2, Black H. forftKotau cause. that the residence of
runs H 60 1 k. W 100 ft. N. Bl> ft. H. the defendant and each of tI,.",. Is
10* __. _. u -- W 'ft Maklnson (10.---------- s 02 unknown Shut each Is over the ago ,fY.
N$ ft-----: u ._tMiss. M (] Crowder-------- 1211 of twenty-one vears and that thereIs
" no oiio In the Scale of Klorldaerxlce .
n.cat SH cot of Hlock V riais N. J.
T38 ft.V. S2 ft 8 13B ft. 15 82 It F H Tlner ____________ ._ ._ M 02Jassoa of a Suhaocna .. whom would .
l.oe'i.obDlv.. hi Motbe-rs. bind the defendants: It Is thtr'iBonORDHRRD. .
ADJUDGED. AND DKCRKHD -
Lots Addttln.2. 6, 0 7. less. S, 80 ft. In Block I that said defendants. and

"A" .-.u_ __. __ ._ _ h_' 8. 81. Busxa: : __nu____ ___ 8 88Mabfctte' Complaint each of them on, Monday to the the I Iwcstv8"fth Kill of- J..io:
-ab-mv. Mntb--r. Ad-
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........ allegations of the B411 of Complrlnt -
I.-t. I to '. Bloek "A" B. s flume _______. .__Uh 11:1: will he taken as confe.aed.IT ,
Lots 1 and 7. Stork "A----------- K K. Husia _n __ __ __ __ I 32 I" FURTHMR ORDERED. that
W. A. Patrick's. 4.dlt.... this notice be puMhshed .,.'.. a weak
Lot I. Block "A-------------- Mrs CorrIe Gardner :
IIU for four consw< utl\e wi'.ks. In the .
Bear 10R ft N. of ..\\' cor Block "11.:' Klflslrnmet* TalleOavette.. n newspaper -
run. N. 494 fl. K 76 ft. S 4e'4! of general. circulation of OnceolaConst

ft. W 78 ft'h' .u.n_ Uh'- H. R SWaby ___ __n.u__ ___ 4912 *' Florida.TMTNKSt. x I.
Dew. 119 ftV of NK oor Lot 4. the Honorable C O Andrews. -
Block "H." runs S 42 % ft.V.. BO jH.Uce.; : J 1._ Overntrttt. Clerk I '
ft. N 42H ft R 50 ft. -- - J. W. 'Thompson' uun_-___ 981 (Circuit Court Seal)
D..... IIZ''riI ft K of NW ...r. Bio. "i" J. I.. ()VF.R THF.F.T. .. t
rune H 10R ft. )oJ. 211 H fl. S 38 ft. 17-Rt Clerk of Court c....,. an said ._r'...... .. f
VV8">. ft. R 12V4 (, K 147 % ft. N4Srt4 Ja__"fleell,__d-,,_ .,
ftV. 40 ft. N. 105 ft. \V 45 CI. Rev W H Ball. E.I.n 10112t''i. NOTI4 H"l':('I'TOH Foil FIYAI. never got such cigarette- or:10 c'A._., or'_ pedto \\01>
/ Block "M"-----------------w. 1. Barolav _ _'n. 4I1 52 !)!"('II \KGB.L YOU q.. (:100"""A-I", ,Ia_
1k 4Lot. 1 T'lock L. (>v..rstreet __ _. 3i: .sr.l . the JD% it 2. Block "O"4 .. Mrs H A. Barahlll _____ _ Aoo 411 of Klorlda. ()-...l. t ouoty. as Camels hand j 7e'....,'" rse.n..... /A/o '.
M. 49 ft. of Lot 3. Hlock "'O'V. Hanklns h'_ _u. .u_ 23.RC ..- Bar fin Ae .. a oaks .
W4t Lot 4. Block """. ---- . August Kaas Uhh_ __ ___ un :u 45 In the HHtate of E. s Rceland L>..- you. Camels quality and expert :-pl" ..- Lot 4, Block "T" - --- IW Thompson ___ . 73 5 ceased :
Lot 1 H of A C L.ft : 1 il--p:: :1. W: Watson __:: .. : -: :: :- 32TH -- blend of choice Turkish and choice J. REYNOLDS

HO ft. N of A C I. Ry. In Block \V O Hanklns -- -, __ -- -.- '.:32 NOTlCB IS' HEREBY OIVKN to all TOBACCO CO.
11 Blocks 19. 26 and 16-------- Tucker Brick ('o. u ._ __ ___. 'UK 45 whom It may .concern that on the 7th
'II Block IS __ -. . -- Mrs l>. Campbell --____u__ _u_ 2 4: Lot 1. Block 20 ._ __ ___ Kd Wbal..)'. Eel u ___. .___ 68 91 t h. Honorable T M Murphy, I '
Lot All N. of A. C L. R.. Block 26.Waflren Wayman _u__ u__ _ 24.60 hatfor mv final discharge as Mxecutor I ,
H. W.t..r. A II... .......,1... of the estate of H. H. norlanddeoeasrd this Camel "J
blend
It Blocks I 2 A NV4 Ix>t 1. Block Tucker Brisk Co ___ __ 8786 mud at the same time 1 wllipr..nt prefer to either "
::8 k. 1 to 8 Ins.. except: : hew at 3Kcor my final accounts Executor: : !In
I li>c4< 8. rues N. Ion ft. \\'. 148ft. of .ald estate and ask for their approval kindoftobaccosmokedstraightl +
14. 100 ft. R. 148 ft: also less N ,
r. 3 A Lot 1. BlockIt. KlsMmme Lumber Oo ".. _- . 11885 Dated Auirnst list A. D 1920
D.q. at yidBn! < T Hlock 3, f A. CANNON Camels mellow-mildness is '...j
100 ft. '1I.n tS I'". ft. K ItS 17-91 _____ ExeculyrIY :. : a .
ft '_ .- _. . _n N. B Coraon __. ._ 1670
un -
All Block in _ - u. .- .- Jo-.ph Hart hh.H 19116VV. THIS 'UNLIT! ':'':<( 'ru'.F: 4 THE8E1'FCNTEEYTH IH- i revelation Smoke them with : t I .
j
Addition.fot .
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. 1 - -- n______ Nslion A Faacht ____nu.._ 5.StB. I'I'T OK THIS STATE OK KLOHI- freedom without tiring taste I '
.. U. Lslto AddlMos R4j. IN AND K0R OSCROLA ( your

Lot 11 M V Rroaaon .. ._ 5.26 TT. 'OL'N'I'I
Lot 21 ----. -- :-- :: ---- -- :-- -:--:::--::--- John Brenson -::::::::::: -- 3.38 They leave no unpleasant ciga- t :

Lot .4 _,. ..-l'_.__ - - -____ Mr W. M. Wheeler E..t.n 1116 TbVa4era (;..... Oroe.rr
Lot. 18 and n 39--------------------- H. K Hvans __Uh. ____ 1 43 Bokr. e.rperalle.( oraaol; >"e4 and vsattsiB retty aftertaste nor unpleasant

Lots 81 aad 61 u -_n.nnh. H C. Bryan ________.__.,_.____ 4.31 a.er the lawo of the State ofKlorldo.
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Lot 63 ____ .n' -. __n Roma Thomas h_____ .__. _____ I.f' l-Ialotlff..Ver.n.Florida cigaretty odor ;'
Lot. "69 70 and 71. _- __ _________. T. C. George _________________ 6.12 _...L.rher....... et a'rat.... 0.1.r'arp..y........ a 1i'!
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t. W. Lilly'Addition.

Lots 4 6 and /. Block 1---- S Latts __ _________ _ ____ __ ISO civil A._.. De..... .-.... Order ,
"Vr I194 ft. of Lots 1 A 2. Block 1.- W. D Frace U.hn__ __ __ 1608 for ............. Give Camels every test-then ;
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A. K. IK.OB0I.obIMv.. ., NH

q, of RM .* NBM of NWVi. evBH. S TOFlorida Lumber A Crate Company compare them puff-for-puff with TURKISH t* DOMESTIC '
! R. ::18. ;,
To :90. a corporation organized and :oI.tlnlIund..r : ; BLEND
Lou 4 sad S-- __h__.__ ._ .-- .. ---- M. Tiller ----------4----__ .?. (12 the laws of the Stats of New .
I in the world 1 1A
cigarette
, C. A. c....'. "..141._ Jersey William H. Radenmekers. Paul any _
-' ,Lbts I A 4 N. 17 H ft. Of Lot 6. E. Menk and- James K Kelly Newark 4 rx

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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.; FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1, 120 _

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4 .H. CLAY STANFORD COMPANY ANNOUNCES JfV Jf


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k'' Reduction in Prices, on Dry Goods and. Shoes -: .1&



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ON account of declines in the wholesale markets. and desiring at all times to give my customers, the benefits: : : :}


of a cash busIness I have reduced; prices' on all shoes selling from $5.00 up from 50c to $2.00 per pair. ,



I..j:: i'AU'' 30-inch Gingham will be sold at 30c, 35c, 38c Sheeting. and other piece goods will .be reduced as the t rJ I


'j i and 40c per yard. market declines. i L

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t t We sell for Cash and can and will save you money.

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Iii I-I. CLAY. I STANFORD COMPANY. 'If ;

THE ORIGINATORS OF LOW PRICES IN KISSIMMEE
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604000000 OO.OO"o'oo'ooooo"ooooooo. . . oooo., o o oo"......< OOOOOOO OOOO OOOOOO OOO OOOO 'a O 'O oraaa O O oooo.oo
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.ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. oooooooo. near Narcoonm-e, Fla, or A, K
Thomas KlttHmme! Kla 42-lf '
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All Consumers of Light & Water rOU cam SAI.i Sam, ':-liood U. riagndale.,fiepond-hand I'hoiuV'SI Feed.If; WHILE THIS STOCK LASTS '


t" Must Pay Bills by 10th FOR. .FVI.K. ..f' J.-Domes M. JlIIII.-r.. and Mules 19-tf In.jiilr. -
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VIII( S\I.K--\\ork h....... and f. Afirminu
Itnitlf-im.nt H. <'ti<'ap, I> .,
of Month : \\ilKlier. Hi-Herinudn Ae 4"-If
PrIcOs Tires
Fu,1t !'II.E14 'note Iraq cleared Special on
.fin., of lakt.pnttlfflt' front, liutlfllnif near. KlnHlmniti .It..s,,.In, :

the Klat. Thin Id n Imrualn .I PMiiltoikn
BY ORDER OF LIGHT AND WATER COMMITTEE Mt Horn. I'la S'-IfSAL.R

{ andCOLLECTOR VOlt, - ; model, three visible, as good s.s nem
Apply Valley jacette tl

FOR 8AUB-Klne residence property 6,000 MILE GUARANTEE STANDARD MADE --
quartei'-block, seven roomed house I
r It hat been decided by the Light and Water Committee, and orange flow..rs.jnea trei s. pecan, shrubs trees. live Garanf.oaks, .

Collector to enforce the ordinance which calls for the settlement woodshed rear Hi'anon and for two selllnc spare rooms property. In I 30x3 R. D. Clincher____uuu__ _ _____uu u_ un__$12.40 ,

of-these bills by the 10th of each month. too Valley large Uasette.for present owner. Apply 1-tf. : 30x3'/2! N. S. Clincher--_____ -__--_________----____-- 17.65 4I (

I 31x4 N. S. Gmcher------- 2430S.
Most already observe this ordinance and the few who FOR SALF.--on. BetE Electric Wall
1 persons Plate Practically new. At a reasonable i 32x3'/j' N. Straight S.de. ___ __ ________ _____ _. 21.85
j do not will be required to do so. or service will be cut out. price. Apply Valley Ua ., .. .. ..
i sette. 7-tf 32x4 28.30
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Thoe knowing themselves still owing for August are asked FOR \LK-One big three roll.r 33x4 ___ ____________ _______ ___ __ 29.45I
cane mill. Address: 1' o .. .. .. ..
+' to come isTl s/of ..Mood+y. Sept. 27th and pay up or service will Box power, 1>0. KlnRiiton. Fla 41-3t-pd, I 34114. _______.___________ _,____ ___ ,3050 '
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be diseoi wiued. 41.2t FOR RENT I 32x4233x42! ______u____ ____ ___ ___ 36.25
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FOR RKNT-Ijirjte. cool bed roome.light -------- ------------ - ----- 3885
.. >00 . . . ...... .... ... ..0....0 a Karate housekeeDlna at aft Church apartments Ht: 1&- 1FOR 1 34Jt4/z! .. .. .. __________________ _________ 40.25'
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t' RENT-I.arsje. nice furnished I 35x4/2! _________ __uu u__ .u._ ... 42.25
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rooms.and with Bay streets kitchenette, 304.. cornerIjike K HLawson 1 J 37x5 " ____________ _____ _ _______ 4825
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4l-tr: I 35x536x4'2 _____'____________ ____ __. _.. 40.75
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WANTED. ? ____ -____________ -v_________ 42.80
61"1 FLOOR VARNISH ;
'ANTEITo lease n farm of 6 or
more acres with or without ..t".k.for. .

privilege a term of of huvlne years: with Send or full without Information We have only a Limited Stock at this price. Above prices .t
fret loiter AddressOheater :
In
T. Macka, Box, 14t, Mattapolnf.lt. quoted will apply only to stock on hand.
Man. 49-41 I

4 I' \V\NTEI>--To buy dark or fumed oak
& PRATHER GARAGE
I I Buffet; must l><- In good condition. j .LUPFER
i' "61" Floor Varnish it the varnish that stands abuse. It I Write L.V.. H.. thin office 4.-It
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withstands the playing of children rolling of furniture and SITUATION barber for ANTED-By the tourlat season Hrst-class. Any _
time after pet 1J. Address Oeo. P. i i ..
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scuffing of feet You can test it with hammer- Kunts. Greenfield \ ,
a candent PouKlas
you .o..U 8t'41. .
Ind MEASURING SOCIAL GEORGIA GROWN CABBAGE I taxed. for the year..1"2U on Nwvemberfirst
I am no.r udti> furnlali estimates s
'" the wood but the varnish won't crack. 61" does a CLERKS tmen women) over 17. for NEXT FRIDAY NIGHTThe PLANTSWill of thea taxes. In wrltlntc foecame .,
I'o.taVall Service 9116 month. I I please furnish complete lexal
complete job of staining and varnishing. at one. time. ,It is Examination, October. JoxPf'rlanceunn..a" class of the First Baptist grow very fine heads set this description of your propelty and en'i'
Dorcas
close stamped envelope for reply A
free particular*
tough" 'and elastic ,yet it is full of life and sparkle. Color card ,..rU. R.. Terry For, (former Civil Serv church will give a meaauri..gsocial .. month in your section. Early Jersey I:. discount of I* wll be allowed vn. alltaxes
9 , and Charleston Wakefield, Flat paid .November.
icetxaminer: ) 1141 ContinentalHid evening at the Hart Memorial I I Idurtng'the'month of
mailed '.- .. ll'ashiegton, I). C. 41.2t. Dutch Express $2.00 .thousand, t-
on .application.: *.w building- next Friday night Oct. 8, : per' 48-Dt. C. U :BANUT. Ta x ColUcVorI.lfKMtB ,
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prepaid mail 300. $1.00500, $1.60:
fro at 7:30 o'clock.
FARMERS;Bend today for a beginning --
ample copy. of the Florida Farmer Five cents a foot will be chargedfor 1000. $2.50. Georgia Wkitehead and !*'OTI<'K ,
and Ftockman. published at Jack and one cent for I. Buncombe collards same price. -- "
Tell about livestock ralsInar. every person .
sonville.
PARKER FARMS. I'leas** take notice that ( *('
dairying poultry, citrus fruit each inch over a foot of height. tk'i.
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l.lcenaes due and
pavtilili
art
and trucking! weekly, at tl.00 per Am amusing program will be arranged I 42-4t. Monltne. Georgia tnher; first All purtl... 4tp;*ratn r on wttn ,
year' -three year for 91.00. Onlylivestock : and refreshments served. -- -- -- -- --- nut such .t..e.. ..-s after that and general farming; paper is cordially invited to be In"'ICOI.A COl'3ITV TV: NOTI4 KNotr In dtr\ 'ct violation of the. LAw and will ;I*
In the state. Write today. Everyone be subject to prupe; .4 W. B. Makinson Co. present. .. licenses Sr.not paid the
to hereby given that the taxhooka .. during 1
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LOST of Osceola Co will be ape.for month of .t'bNOY.
LORT-A pajr of gold-rimmed nfasealasees Ladies don't forget to register! collection of Mate and County 4Ct C Tax VnlleetorI ..:
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THE 'SERVE-U-RIGIIT' STORE with reel and chain attached -- - -- - -- ------ --- - - -- -
Reward If returned to M DAlexander "
4-lt.
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I MEETING OF HART MEMORIAL I ;

k" r We Are Now Shipping- Classified Advertisements II CHAPTERA .

1 I of the Hart
business meeting
Sweet Potatoes and new Syrup I will be held Monday ;
fi in barrels in ear loads and less FOR SALE Memorial afternoon Chapter Oct. 4th at the homeof Fordson :;
'o car loads. WHte us for prices. I Mrs. S. B. Aultman. T

\ MIZELL-EVANS COMPANY FQR and 8ALB harness.Heavy J.draft N. horse Parker.wagon 1M I Plans for the winter will be discussed -
u.. Oak FIa. Royal Bt. -4t-pfl" 1 and all who are interested in
the chapter house are urged to be
FOR 8AL.K-Ponies, Saddle Horses '
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r ulelmalea and mare.. $6O up. See W. K. P.. I present. ,
Watch Grow. mar, foreman New Eden Plantation, MRS. S. H. BULLOCK, See'y. TRADE MARK ;

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1 Farm Tractor

DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. CEDGE CEO. T. SINGELTARYPN.il

1 fit c..I V'oe..rr.a.id t tA tt '.
More than 100.000 Fordion: tractors hate been sols! to tanners i* the .

United States. They are helping those farmers do more and better work .,

in less time and at less oosL North East, South West--everywhere the

Fordson has proven itself a money-maker and a real necessity to the farmer. -

Besides it is helping mightily to solve the labor problem.

j '-c These one hundred thousand and more practical farmer have affirmed .

s the economy-the exceptionally low fuel and operating cost-of the Ford- ...t.
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Systematize Your Affairs son: its time and labor-saving qualities and its ability to increase produc- .
tion. The Ford oa was built to be the most economical tractor; it is ;

+; Open a Bank Account here and put all the money you receiveso compact and devoid of excessive weight. And. it m built of the same strong ;

soon as ''you receive it right into Bank. The pocketbook leaks iron and steel) as is the Ford car.

t Your Bank Account doesn't. We furnish you with books checks Winter or bad weather de>e. not hinder the Fordson's usefulness. Day 4Irt;rt rtor

night-twenty-four hours a day if you ohoose-you can utilize the "
etc.. free. If you don't know how to do it let us show you. Everyone -
Fordson. '
; must learn sometime. Why not start learning to-day> ;
alloted this Orders
Only so many Fordsons are territory. are bag F
s filled in sequence-first come first served Let us have yours now. ;
Bank of Osceola
County .. There s practical use for the Fordson every day of the year. Let'* z
't tell you. Come in and have a tractor talk. Give us the chance to makea :;
w' Hours: 9 a. m. 2 p. m. farm. !'
demonstration OB your own ;



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AUTUORIZEB FORD AND FORDSON DEALER \ :;:

: I The Bank With the Ability KISSIMMEE. FLA. ; f

and WillingMM to Srv 0 DEPOSITS INSURED "

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