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 8, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00980
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Attend Masonic State *. A regular meeting of the SEVERAL
Chamber of Commerce will be Post Fame Comes to Gazette
held tonight at the usual hour -",
it\'d Schoolof'lnstructionf. and all members are particular-. 'NEW ,
'p ly urged to be present. TEACHERS
The' matter of organizing a. It One. *f Florida's Foremost Newspaper Men oil Has Bee Frequently _

;, The Masonic School of ,Instructionr/ desire to return oa some future oc 4+ tloa local for building the purpose and loan of _providing socia.. 4* .- Quoted By Ike Entire State Presi-Will October. MeetiBf Featured By Mack

.,_ which has been in / casion. more houses for Kissimmee > Begin His Duties At Once. Rontiae Basinet*Kiuisnwee Girl
the past three days closed Thursday I I The local men were unanimous in will be taken op, as well as + Will Teach la.High ,School-May
evening what was pronounced to be considering the school of instructiona other questions. of importance .
r one of the best if not the best school huge success and believe the inspiration our city. The Kissimmee Valley Gazette is Begin Manual Training.
f ever held in the history of the state, will long be felt by all who J. D. WOODBECK pleated to announce thai t
f, in a city of this size for Kissimmee were in attendance. Secretary. commencing immediately itt front office force will be increased in The school official of" Oseeola

was aglow with yellow badges. MO'''e'than ,' A partial list of visitors follows: 4 efficiency in a which will result in that will county continue In their efforts ro-
,two hundred visiting Masons I I Addison O'Neill, Halifax, No. 81. ... .. .. . . . .. .. way a manner not only ward solving the oroblem of sunplv
were here at one time during the H. D. Gilmore Halifax, No. 81. be acceptable to our many reader throughout the city and county [nor teachers for the county and city

three days and each and every session J. H. Pratt Temple, No. 23. but will aid the Gazette in the better functioning in all public affairs. ,ichools, a problem which is perplex'
was well attended by the local H. I). Meyers, Poinciana, No. 227. Ing the school boards all over the
men also. !'A.: W. Sargent. Poinciana, No. 227. LOCAL CITY COUNCIL W. L Thorndyke. better known throughout the state at "Thorn." country and a number of. instructorswere

Two sessions were held each day ,, W. J. Daetwyler, Orlando, No. 69. fiat been connected with the Post of Welt Palm Beach for the employed at the regular meet-
for instruction and the evenings A. H. Stewart Melbourne. No. 143. put inv of the' hoard of nublic Instruction -
were given over to degree work. On Earl MsBride.: Haines Cltjv. No. 219. CONSIDERS MANY ten years. He hat worked in all capacities upon that daily journal. held Monday at Superintendent!

Tuesday evening Messrs. H. A. Sha.(||J. W. L. Pinholster, No. 9. and is, no doubt the most widely quoted writer in Florida. He is Y well's office. Among these were
fee and S. L. Bergcrt, of Loughmaa, i N. E. Baxter Pine Hill, No. 9. Miss Grace Wine one of Klssim-
0 were initiated in the First Degree. :Hal I Edmunds, Sumter No. 220. IMPORTANT MATTERS a newspaper man of many years experience in all sections of the mee's most talented youhar women

On Wednesday evening the Fellow W. J. Hoot n. Sumter, No. 220. United Stales. In Kissimmee this week he was favorably: impressed who has graduated from the State
Craft degree was given to a classof A. E. Cowger. St. Cloud, No. 221. College for Women at Tallahassee
five, Messrs. Stewart Wolhuter, D. E. Armstrong, St. Cloud No. 221. The City Council had rather a with this section of the state and accepted a position on The Gazette.* with an A. B: degree who has a

Sage, George Mickler and George'Sigler F. R. Hearns, DeSoto, No. 105. With the addition of "Thorn" to its force, and the promise of state certificate, and a certificate
,, and on Thursday the Master E. P. BI nton, DeSoto, No. 106. busy session Tuesday night. from the expression department.
f Mason degree was conferred on Mes 3. F. Hames Bellevlew. No. 95. Amorrg other matters than the his intense work for the advancement of all that is advantageous to Miss Winn had been employed t*

srs. Toler and Prior. of Ixiucrhman, D. B. Ohlinger, Haines City, No. 219. bulkhead affair and the band, which this city and county. The Gazette will be the better able to with beach expression in connection with
and A. A. Gilbert and J. W. Thompson. Frank M. Long Haines City, No.219. ;are mentioned in another column. cope the schools and had begun that work
C. E. Outridge, Haines City, No. 219. I I(Street Chairman Fox reported that'in all important questions: present every public and private enterprise but as difficulty had been experienced

The atate committee on Works, W. S. Branch. Jr.. Orlando. No. 69. the near future he would put on in a manner free from bias: look more closely' after matters social In-'securing high school teachers.
I\ Marcus Endel. of Jacksonville, Wal Sidney Newell, Orlando. No, 69. enough!: men to clean the' streets in Miss. Wlnn accepted the position .of ,
", ter. Scott of Fort Meade, and Stafford I>. R: C. IAlnr.! Orlando No.-'89.N ten days. an4 religious: and furnish a paper that will possess originality in French and History teacher. "3

t Caldwell, of hive Oak were in it Swlckard. Orlando. No. 69. I Chairman Gilbert, of the electric' mahy ways. Several improvements are now planned for The Gazette The school at Campbell Station
: charge to administer the instruction E. H. Gore Orlando No. 69. light committee, reported that the has
and the degree work. H. R. Roberts Orlando No. 69. new smoke stack for the plant was' which will become a benefit to the city-but these will be taken up .. :

\ Mr. Endel has occupied the position L. S- Thornton Orlando.. No. 4 9. I nearly completed and he hoped it later.
of chairman of the board of W. E.: Flower: Orlando. No. 89. would arrive from Orlandd today. "
He also stated that the Every paper in the state knows of "Thorn. and The Gazette .
works for the state of Florida for Geo. F. Smith, Poinciana. No. 227. new parts
the past 43 years. He' and Mr. Sam McBeath St. Cloud, No. 221. for the disabled engine were on the feels that this brief introduction' will suffice to draw mention from the man.
,, Scott are considered' the best posted Mike Peterson, St, Cloud, No. 221.S. way with tracers fore and aft keeping of Florida.
I Masons in the state. W. Porter, St. Cloud, No. 221. track of its progress. press filled
I Mr. Caldwell in mate's attorneyfor 0. R. Bleech, St. Cloud, No. 221. Cbairman Thompson of the oeIDei The Gazette urges the merchants, business men and the general ..
the Live Oak circuit. He is a John W. Barber, Kt. Cloud, No. 221. j tery i committee reported that the W
citizenry to heartily with Mr.
Taomdyke in Kis
brHliant Orator and ill a valuable addition IP.. Coyle. St. Cloud, No. 221. j cemetery was in very fine condition. co-operate making In
to the board. I''W. V. Thorbe. St. Cloud. No. 221. |I I Ck-rk Gilbert reported that) since simmee a still belter mere thriving, and more attractive> spot.-that '

A fitting climax to the meeting E. E. Livermore, St. Cloud, No. 221. ,I iJury the city had been using more the fame it now be magnified till it shall rival and o
was a banquet held in the hall 1. E. Diefendorf St. Cloud. 'No. '''oil than the 990 barrels per monthto possesses may
\ Thursday evening, when nearly two C. P. Stanton, St. Cloud No. 221.221.1''I' be used under the contract price exceed. those which have gone over the top with publicity. Th .
hundred Masons gathered round the W. G. Jones, Tuscan, No fi. 'I I of 80c per barrel, and that the oil Inir fund.'M;
board, and feasted in true fraternal R. H. Brown. Tuscan. No. 6. ''company was charging the city $3
sty4e. Ernest Green. ably assisted", W. E. Whitlock. Cherry Hill, No. 12. a parrel for the overplus. Chairman "" .
by others was in charge of thin Robert Wade, Cherry Hill, No. 12. ]'I Gilbert stated that arrangements -- boys
feature of the meeting and provided W. R. Cheves. Ira Carter. No. 150. I were being made to use wood in one *
SUCh quantities of chicken pilleau E. J. Keene South Apopka, No. 11'1). '''boiler to avoid running over the Bulkhead Contractors ire
'sandwiches relishes, cakes, ice E. R. Roper South Apopka No. W5. normal quantity of oil in the con-' Alan I
cream cigars and' cigarettes, that a W. F. KODAK ; South Apooka. No. 165. ,I tract. on
bushel basket of food suitable for-Jo T Ht.ElWtH. S. Apopka, No. 165. 1 Mayor Cadel urged that the city
kiddies was gathered up and presented -,;W. 'C. Pass, South A Opka, No. 165. |{dock be strengthened by placing 2x** and Council Disagree boys
i to the school lunch next day.Muny H. C. Piano Indian River, No. 90. ,planks on. it in the form of a run I
of the visitors remained in J. B. Stfinmetz, Orange. NO. 36. I way. This, he said would enable .. be : '
\ 4the city till Friday and expressed<< a''1 (Continued iin I"RII' Four) citrus fruit coming in off the lake: ----- of : I
--. I IKIS'SfMMEE coidd( be easily moved. Street Chairman Csjtra tors Charge Breach OnPUtOI City and Stipulate Terns Oa 'Work

FIVE TICKETS IN FIELD 1 Fox said he had investigated I. Which They Are' Willing To Settle- and
CERTAIN the matter and was !going to make inir
FOR GENERAL ELECTION I the proponed repair Work Dilc. ti.ued. I tial "
Jack Sparling requested that a --- Among other business routine,
Tallaharaee. Oct: 4.-Saturday.October walkway be constructed from the warrants were made eut for the'teacher.
The council t its meeting hall huve
city to have
OF GOOD HOME > an adjustment of
the last for all of the Kissimmee, the St.
2tras day I commercial dock to the old wooden I received the losses
Tuesday evening << a communication which your failuse to furnish
and the rural schools. which
candidates for federal and state of- pavilion' which was! agreed 1J1>OlI. from t the MaloneyLapferCo.
according to contract has
fleers to qualify in the November The council adjourned to meet have been in progress for the ,past
I which had the contract for the in
<< entailed the and
upon us past,
I election. There bas now l been certi- BAND THIS WINTER Thursday night in order to take up bulkhead of the lakeshore and the will, unless remedied promptly entail three weeks. This will enable the
teachers draw their first moath'spap
: fled to II. Clay Crawford, secretary the paving business. to
} construction of and ,
commercial in the
a a future.
I upon us Not only
of state five such tickets. They in- at the close of the month andnot
j Pierce
Gillespie.and -
I pleasure dock stating that the con- will the'work take
longer to
$2,000 AireadyAppropriat.d By
wait till the regular meeting In'
dude Democrats. Republican, Republicans the paving company were tract with the city had been breach.. ,, but the ..cost will be greater
white Socialists and Prohibitienists. County CoirtmiisioDtrt and City present but the council not having November .
ed' and effective because '
was no longer ow. we" are not able to work the
!t Council Gtizeas.W1H.B.'Ask. sufficient data on hand to enter Into The meeting Monday was preildodover
lit? to the failure of the council'to three shifts that that the contract C. with
Chairman W Bass
I by ,
There will be thirty
prtaidentlal'r arrangement with them adjourned
.t ed To Subscribe. any provide the company with estimate provided for.' These losses must be
electors in all then tickets : W. R. Godwin of St. Cloud W.: R.LaniCr .
upon I until this afternoon at. 2 pi:
for the work done during July. It made to because
up us we are ready '
Station C.
be record breaker oIts of Campbell Snpt '
said to a when the of .6,
m., question
t also asked adjustment of lol>sec anxious and willing to in the
,-, kind. Among them are three worn- |I Kissimmee l is .now practically cer- as much of the uncompleted workon put E. Yowell. and Attorney S. Cadet.
which were said to have been sustained full twenty.four hour day.
en, two on the socialist and one on tain of having one of the best bands the Dixie Highway with the present. I
by the failure of the city tcf In continuing!: the work under the :
fthe prohibitionticket. |I in the state, for $2. 00, half of the material now on hand will be I furnish sufficient power to operate present: conditions/ you will understand -

.,;. SELLS PROPERTY THEN I'I funds necessary to insure its suc- taken up. Under this arrange three shifts of men. that we still insist that by '
'ress' have been already subscribed. ment it is exoected that the road The letter in full is printed below.: breachlnathe contract in the particulars COMMISSIONERSTAKE ,i iACTION'O'N
BUYS ANOTHER HOME For some time the question or organizing from Clyde avenue to the southern I Kissimmee, Florida Aug. .2, mentioned, you have necessarily -
/ a local band has been. agitated limit of the city will he completed. The Honorable City Council, 1929'1 released us, on our part, from
:. A. W. Bailey has' sold his home and I estimates have been made as to The question as to whether the city mee, Fla.Gentlemen. strict compliance with the terms MATTERS -
on Mabbette street to II. W. Smith,] the probable cost. Last year the will be able to finance the bpildinjci I : Referring to the contract thereof because the contract could
f< of Rice Lake,, who expects to sum of $2,700 was raised for fts i the eastern road will be discuss between the City of Kissimmee, only be carried out literally by fair
r" arrive here some time this month to support but that is not enough to ed. Owing to the failure to carry I Florida, and the Maloney-Lupfer and full mutual performance; And OF INTEREST LOCALLY
... take possession.. i hire a competent director a few so 'the certificate. of indebtedness in the Company fer the construction of you have not only disregarded the
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Mr. Bailey does not contemplate]I loists and pay the home boys. a I recent election.this pr.blem will 'have bulkhead, docks and dredging and essential 'of punctual payments but .. ..j::.
..- 'leaving Kiasimmee. however but has small amount. The boys'' have do- to be thoroughly' considered. 'filling in the shores of Lake Tohope- I.also prevented us from maintainingour *The Board of county CommUsioa..., ,, "*
: {Bought; the handsome residence belonging .
talent for '
nated their and time several kaliga: \ crew In 'full strength and on *
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,"" > Mabbette years and believe they should This is to notify you that you full tfrtie by failure to furnish the day and prolonged the session until ) 'f.
receive! some remuneration for their have definitely and positively breached ;stipulated power. "
I CLUB after the dinner hour.- .
will his into their <
move .iII
:, family new
.." .' .home.. work this winter. -- the above official contract by refusal -I Yours truly, Mrs. Katherine Sacklow. of NarIs -. : ,
't .t at once. ,' It has been estimated that $4,000 Tile regular meeting of the Moth- and failure to provide us with MALONEY-LUPFER CO. sec, who has purchased the Sim. r ".
.. VflWRK ON PUBLIC PLAY GROUND would be sufficient to cover he expenses ers'-Teachers Club Friday afUnnoon estimate for the work done duringthe By S. L; Lupfer, Secretry and Treas Whtted: place requested some relief ...
of the band for a period of month of July, 1920, as specifically urer. I
was well attended by the membersof to a road The i road is shown on
:, BEGUN. five months and the band boys hnve I required by the contract and .t.
,4 I the club and many important the old map of Narcoossee to pass] .1\1as I
j started a campaign\ to raise that matters came up for consideration.Mrs. due us prior to August 5th, 1920. The second communication from through the Little property. Mrs.
;, The civic department of the Mothere''eachers' amount. Monday of this veek severalof This estimate was requested of the contracting dated Octo- '
'. I W. J. Fripp, president of the company Saeklow was asked to take up the ,;.\
club began this week their number appeared before the club presided.The your Engineer and twp members of bar 5th stated that the company ,will matter with F. W. Ifill 'who Is hand.: '
I j the preparation of the federal lot on county commissioners and asked for necessity of Oscaola't women the City Council and demanded of do no more work under the contract ling the Little place hi the absence!' t
: Possiel avenue, for a public play an appropriation- $,1000. which registering to enable them to vote the Chairman of the Bulkhead Corn- and asks for a settlement as follows: of the owner. .
ground for the .beneflt of Kissim51150's was readily granted. mitt-The and demand -haying Kisrimsnee Florida. Oct. 5th. 1920 '
election request
in the general was stressed. S. W. Porter. of St. Cloud, stated
young people. I I On Tuesday they asked the city The proposed Kissimmee band been made on Tuesday, August3rd. To the Honorable City Cpuncil, I, Kis that there would l he over 1,000 votersIn ,
.,. Through the courtesy of I. P. Tim- council for the same suoport which having some talent as a nucleus was 1920' in the afterneon, prior to simmee Florida. precinct 'No. 4 In the general dee-..
; 'mons, the Ford dealer, a Fordson i i was also granted. The boys believe talked of and heartily endorsed by the regular meeting of the City Gentlemen. : On August' 21st, 1920. tion. and that two polling place )
; was put to work there ye terdaYI I that $2,000 can braicd. by personal! ,I the ladies. Council. we wrote you a letter calling your would be needed in order to flniih i.
plowing the ground. The belleve subscriptions from "cltiiens: which I Some time was spent planting the This will notify you that we are attention to the breach of your contract within the prescribed time eet for
/ the Bermuda grass will seed would complete the required sum. the with and also roi.\\ '
.' social meeting1 which occurs on the continuing to operate as a us, notifying voting. )i.
itself if the ground is plowed and. They are already in communica- third Friday in the month when it "breached contract" and that we do that the power was not being furnished Attorney Pat Johnston stated tht 1
;' leveled. This will make an ideal sod. i I tioo with a possible director for the is hoped a club woman prominent in not waive any of our rjght: under as agreed, and requesting you this matter should have been attend '
4 for the play ground. band and expect to secure a solo the same. to give us power for twenty-four
the itate will be present.Mrs. ed to before July 1st but as many i-
'to; )I i hi As improvements soon as fund two are tennis raisod to courts put the clarinet home and playera.solo cornet would which.make with a J. Earle ,Lupfer. who is secretary You will understand also, that we (Continued on I'nlrt" Eight) booths asouUI l he 4'.e".ed coud! Hi" .i'

,$ j; will be laid off there a croquet instrumentation. of the school lunch room department placed in the one polling place. H.
'., ground and such other games ar- The band boys held a business of the club was asked fora MR. BABBITT BUYS KISSIMMEE ,, WHOLE BEEF CANNED AT BASS fu-t"e-r stated in connection with the I
; report, sad from the figures given nlection that all the names on the ,
;L'ranged: for as the will permit.Mrs. ,
ipace meeting Wednesday evening and covering the week it was evident the HOME. |I FARM ticket input be printed in alphabetical .fb
L. chairman'
;: Ingram elected J. D. Wood beck manager and I .
will this of beIng t
room prove self-supporting order, no grouping parties ,
& the civic department. stated that as of their and Adrian of MicMlnton.
secretary organization year. The amount collected last Mr. Miss Albina Smith was called to allowed. .
yet no money had been raised for George Gardner, treasurer. week was $99.27, and the "xperdi-I I Ohio has purchased the Lindsay the country home of Mr. and Mrs. The board decided to m' et again 1'
)the proposed play ground, though a The directors named were Messrs. 'home adioining the city limits on the
i toren amounted to 8858. The total Bass this week to assist in canning tomorrow to revise the reglatlatioe\
>, -number.. of plans are being consider- Walter Bass Murray Overstreet 'A 'costs will be a little higher at the west. The property consists of 7 a small beef. The meat was removed list and appoint inspectors for the .
wu. E. Neimeyer and Roy Prentis. I close of the' first three months, for acres and overlooks the city and is from the bones'and packed in coming election. Attorney Pat Johnston ,'1'
GEORGE Bf. SCHWAB Manager Woodbeck will direct the :rent which is now provided for by a very desirable location.Mr. I pint jars, then processed ia the advised the board to appoint .
band for the present. the county commifwioners must be Babbitt will not take possession steam pressure cooker. > Inspectors according to their qualifications -
;t..i BUYS HOUSE HERE Weekly rehearsals will begin at Included then. for some time as he is engagedin Mrs. Bass now has 54 jars of the regardless of party.J. r
once. with Manager Woodbeck aa director The lunch in popularity business in the North, which will Mallet made proposition to
room grows choicest qeef ready to serve at a H. a
/V' George M. Schwab;: a former rner4 -, till another director ran be I and nearly two hundred children not enable him to enjoy his new moment's notice. Th;s would likely return the $66 warrant recently allowed -
4* .chant of Cincinnati. Ohio. purchased i' secured. as his time will be filled in I and their teachers assemble there home immediately. Mr. Babbitt have filled 70 number 2 cans. The him on certain dirt which had ( i
& >" small- place ia Pinedale this week i 1! another capacity after January 1st. :for the noon lunch. Mrs. L. H. In- I I Mr*. Babbitt and two children plan value of this art a conservative estimate been rm*&'ed frn1his St. Cloud .
Marie Smith. I Mr. Woodbeck i. now in : to motor down in their car. Mr. Babbitt -
-Vi, ,t..ilra. correaponoVnc irran superintendent and her assist would be $27. At least $5 prooertyj nd asked that the county ,
ff-l!' Mc.Schwab will! take immediate!| with several' musicians- who iit.Mise; Nellie Beat have been l has lived arid traveled all over worth of beef were given to'friends replace th*.dirt wiPi''one truck and i' J
c- 4'7posae: ,sion and will move into his will likely locate -here within- the able thus far to care for their visitor the United State and has decided and used at home. The hide wouldbe one 'draKfio level, ,asserting that it .
.'- .I --property Saturday. He expects fo next few weeks. except on days when ice cream I Florida especially Kisftimmee, is the worth about $2, and Mrs. Bans would talt*' only two days .to finish.. i '
':! /makevother investments in Kissim- 'Or Jhmeade are served. On thee nearest, ideal, considering everything. has several quart Jars of soup made the worttf; : y
,. 'nee .property. Willis L. Bullock of the prosperous days members of the club and ladies The sale was effected through the from the cracked bones and seraps. The bod aocepUd the proposition. '
'. made Allen town of Kissimmee, was among! Strout Farm Agency, Allen Fosdick, was through ,who are interested in the success of : '
the well known visitors from Osceola r When it in, considered that the on condition that permission "'
of the A. E. Strout Farm agent.
this volunteer for service.
jl"oadidc.; project, the railroad
I I county spending yesterday in the beef on foot would sell for about; j must be received from
k 'I/&ceacy., ___ $25 it can easily be seen what a i foreman to remove the dirt from the
----- im-I city. Osceola county Is'one of the, 'F\ B. GillesDie of Jacksonville was Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hall accompanied -
. by Mrs. Hall's sister Miss' Dora. profit (f. realized when it i. "put up." railroad right of way.
",'. -*.nee and Shingle Creek churches will and the town of Kissimmee is I council relative to the street paving Lawson, arrived yesterday from Miss Smith says that she has several -i The board purchased B. F. Roe'ji
: 'be' held at Shingle Creek Sunday. the largest and most progressive' proposition. Mrs. Gillispie accompanied Danville Georgia and are already dates already arranged 20 per cent Interest in a Quantity of ', ''. .
October 17th. The hour will be an-' community in the county.-. Tampa i him to Kissimmee for the I I making their home on the five-acre abe will assist other housewives in road culvert material for $220.57. ,

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The following are among the decdi services were held Wednesday afternoon " ___... -.efaewelr..nu4 waMwV ra. ;,'
i 'Tax.'N'otice: recorded at the county court house at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. __... Su, ....-...." r "'. Ku..oe 0'-..l.....__.i.0Ott..1-- "
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Warranty deed from J. W. Millerto 'Pixley: Baptist e aactn, Nii ,
I M MWBMMMBHHMIMM HMMM HN MAHHtMBMi VHHMHMi HMMHiMBH HW 'W J. Sear. Shuler leaves a wife and step daughter a.7.D...... ..t.Wv_>mn,Ktutucliet /.
to morun his loss.! They
dced"from W. 'J. Sean J'oe.N-na latbe beer lor
Warranty IIoWe
K in It..eo lIMp a
the of
sympathy the; community
be ..I .*.< byelPerwtialakeatoUnM.
to W.: J. Sears, Jr. .x ertend..Coueh.and e lda nay unually
Warranty deed from Joshua k. their bereavement ....... NauJ...t.a< the
that LadiesAid of the Baptist
The y
i is given tnmblei
Notice hereby orate
Scott to .Lucius Kimball et ux. .eeovUpeUaa dlarrboat.
church met at the home of Liz- mucous -.....
Warranty deed from Jno. I. Cummings due to s..tsnbarocodttlonef the .
will be et ux. to J. E. Lamb. tie E. Claussett.. on Wisconsin ave aO can lot TWo-a* Tbe
I L: tax books of Osceola County Warranty deed from W. M. Avant nue and Sixteenth street October 1. IlaldlllaJld.u.. -.rin, |UKUaai ol thto wall :
, We had full which \.
a mvfced after. a i iakfcmai .
Warranty deed from R. .3. Floydet known remedy are eipecUDy
for collection of State and County ux. to B. M. Lee. opened with'prayer by president, ,tbe drip or Bpaakh flu.
Mrs. the bu.inellR -
Ella After
Wyman. .record ol arty
open to A. H. Parker. -,>.n FE-RD-NA; .U Jwrtly proud o(It 70.15r \
Warranty deed from Nathan C. of the meeting was dispensedwith ocattb.ra.aotor for tb whole limfly.TABLERORU.UID .
for the 11/2.0 on November ; there was a short program
to R. J. Keen.
taxes year Bryan I
which included some fine readmits by
deed SOLD
Warranty form Edwin M. .
I i the lady members. We were then .
first. I am now ready to furnish Smith Warranty to liensie deed Smith.from Richard Bass treated by the hostess to several .
kinds of home made cake and cookies
- ----- --
Inwriting i iI > tux. to Fannie Bans. I candy and delicious coffee which |I "Wants" in the Valley Gazette. .
i estimates of these. taxes. Warranty deed from Daniel 1..1 was enjoyed by nil. Included Everybody Who, It Anybody Advertises ,
Rapelie et ux. to L. C. Reddle et ux I wao\\
Brother A. A. Holems, who
i Warranty deed from Chas N.I accident. We were glad to have' .
by .
complete ,,
1 I for same please furnish :Mathews et ux. to \Vm. Winterton, him with us. Those who attended \ f -e e -y i *"i-- % -'i"aJ fc *f- + 4> f

et ux. were Mesdaines: Ella Wyman, ,Es-!
of I Warranty deed from St. Cloud development meralda Vreeland. Amelia Hill, Mary
]legal description your prop- Company to Ernest E.
I .1. Cop-pock. Frances Ueschmer, G. I
I Brown. V. Pixlev, S. P. Helmes.! A. B. Payne That Wholesome
: deed from St. Cloud Devclooment -
y Q. C.
and enclose stamped envelope
erts to Ernest W. :M. Watson, Mary Hill. A. B. Dan-

\[ Brown.Q. Company E'I :iels:MUses Visitors Ella :Cranston.Mrs. Katherine Irene E.Brown.Elly- I Table Drink .
discount of 2 cent i .
for reply. per | C. deed 1 from S. II. Bullock son, and Rev. Mr. Holmes.Mrs. I '
i Receiver) to :Mary E. Waring.I the
: Lon Hendcix, president of

will! be allowed on all taxes paid t tI I:,to Q St.'; C.Cloud deed J from Development Mary: E.Companv.j Waring. ,: Improvement. WII club are, glad has! returned to have fromChicapo. her

j Warranty deed 1 from_ :Mary E.111. : ( POSTUM CEREAL
the month Of "November.} l I..r to Gco. I. :Miller. I with us aifain.Mr ,
during I IXi : and :Mrs. N W. Ferguson
I |I Warranty deed from Mary: A. 1 I.m-
Ilnrth. I '\whohave been attending the encampment -
dprman to :Margaret II
C. I L. HAXDV; ) \', i \Warrant dd from G.i II. Thurn at Indianapolis returned home friends right
last Friday evening/ gains new along
42-nt .
I i', "! ux to Wm. :M. :\i1arpoaald.Warranty returned
deed from Gen \\'. Hop) :Mrs.! Josephine Turner taste
; ] Because of its pleasing!
Xi Collector. I Kin et ux. to Dallas Lanier.Vnrrenty home :Monday morning! after spending -
I from How the summer in Pennsylvania. i healthfulness and in costP3Stum
\ } \ deed) Roy E. :>IrA A. Griswuld, who has been saving
.... ,,, .. ...; aril, r tIX.\ .to Ouida) Xlalloy in Minnesota,
.. -: : spending the summer
4 r1 o"x.: iid fiS-N.- returned home last Friday evening I Cereal is delicious when
J U :Miller.Tux '
She accompanied by her Rranden. ..
I II was
deed 1 froai State of Florida. to I II II
1' FLORIDA'S FAVORITE PAPER I \ ,'. :M A. Pooper.liMd I of properly made: boil fully fifteen
I I Mrs Katlmrie daughter
MAN'SBEST I from (;t'V.. I II .
; Tribsne is WarrantyWoodard ( i her after .. ,.
The Tampa Morning etWarranty to Adna R. Comrade Helmes. < visiting p.ifr.tints I minutes boiling begins.
everlastingly fighting for the laterestH I I for a few weeks. ...
of the people and the development '' deed' 1 from :Mr. and Mrs. L L. Kibble hove The more you boil Postum Cereal
AGE of this section, and no oar who I \\A>net\ nx to Jim Campbell.Warranty cut.r..r'1: moved<1 to their new home on Ohio
; has the welfare of South Florida at'' deed| from avenue and Fifth IItreel.'e are I the better it Is.
t ux to Julia R. Frenc'hfrom
heart can afford not to be a constantrnader Heed .Seinmola very sorry to lone oar good neighbors -
old his he .f The Tribune It is Flor Warranty but are ,glad they did not leave
A a. aa
man organ ;
r I Land l & )Development); Co.; to Charles When/ be
ida's great metropolitan)? paper, rur- St. CJoud!. I ordering
can be) M vigorous and healthy at Scarlett.
the full night and day report I Misses Anna and) Louise Hoppe.
35 if be aid. his in I I rymir Warranty deed from gem1'noleLand ; to the o
70 at
as organs of The AsHoiiated 1'rvss with intelligent will return to St. Cloud about the :I get original
performing their functions. Keep correHpondonts! in every nook I & Development Co. to If. T. fifteenth of October POSTUM CEREAL

your vkal organs healthy' with and corner >u its territory. Its l"if I I Seaville. We hear Mrs Annabelle is i ill, o. I. r
deed 1 from J. W. Tiaer
Warranty .., OJ"L)
Sunday edition haH the most complete Missouri avenue, and Eleventh stn ;

COLD MEDAL oomic and magazine and the section subscription et Warranty ux. to r.v deed;l Carr.from H. M. Broker We hope for her speedy recovery. A 50-cup package
in the State, -
printed rateR are only $H.08 per et ux. to. L. F' Winel1.Warr..nt. ,WiSttnn, for lieit week t usually sells for 25'r ..:. ::: .
.ix months and deed froai J. I. Howell Mr. and :Mrs. Kellef and four .
annum $4.Olper'
; thoee month Write for I to L. F'. Wiuh.I children; of Michigan are visiting
sample 9200 and subscribe today. 43: Warranty deed from Nancy I. Mrs. Kelley's father, Mr. McCrellis, Made by 8EVER4oe-:::: '
copy :::
to G. W, Mann1)eed and located in one of the
Whalov nicely
The ...w'*standard remedy for idaey, I Naval are front. Postum Cereal Co. Inc. .
from Peninsular Stinson on the lake ,
J.] ",.., Madder and orlc odd trouble James C. Brown vice president of cettages "
Stores to JaM. 'L. Alexander.Q. Mrs. I.. B. Cole and children ironGreensburg : : v.
aloe lift corrects dleorders ettemlatee Adams Agricultural College Battle Creek.Mlch. ::; ,
I t ) Harper ,; .._
C. deed from Edna!: P. Warkngtt N. C., arrived last Wed -
.,. --
Ipital orfaaa. AU, three Newport, England modestly nays a
l . ..... ls of wheat < vir. .to Ma k>. Pfann. nesday and are located in Mr*. McLaughlie's .
* MM ejaeM CaU M4 l ee 1.aJ yield of 290 bush ? per '..
r .4-... M.......... in not the limit. The size of / | cottage on Eleventh St.
acre ,
the wheat head can be enlarged Registration books close Saturday, Mrs. C. K. Hendrix who has been .
-- -- - greatly
Quit kDOcklng.r. and ".ar fertility' ... Oct. !t--one week from_tomorrow spending the summer at points in -, -
your Ohio, and Chicago and Evanston 1---------- - ,

.... 111., arrived home last Wednesday .i
; ... .. III Wednesday evening./

.- Mrs. Solon.on Brown Thursday was a last visitor' atKissimmee Kill That Cold With

Mr. and Mrs. G, C. Smith and lit-
tle daughter, arrived last week and

NOTICE are Bonair located House.for the. pi;jsent at the' .+ILLs .

Mr. and Mrs. McKay, Mr. and1 .
Mrs Perm and Mr. and MVs. Beaver,. Q ;
motored to Melbourne on Tuesday CASCARA QUININE );j'l

t All"'persons having i s alainst/the State Baak of Kissimmee will be required to.execute ,the following Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Qua 11 ins- I .
from Three Rivers La" \
have arrived .j
form before their' laim are.recognized and Receiver's Certificates. showing the amount of their Michigaa, are are pleasantly located ; ..". .
't olaim'are! issued: at the Hoffers, for the winter. I Cald Co.gbs OM'\O La
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rigley of Peoria

111., have engaged rooms at the Hof- Neglected X4da are Dangerous r
fer House, and will be here Nov. 1.
Florida and Mrs chanc.. Kp this etmBdard remedy handy for the Bret -
State Bank of Kissimmee Kissimmee to spend the winter. Mr. Teke DO .
Rigley are old neighbors, of Mr. and Breaks up a cold In 24 hour RalUvoe .
Mrs. Phipps. Grippe in 3 days-Excellent for Headache

PROOF OF CLAIMSTATE Mrs Robert Clark died at the Qokiia in this form>doB Dot affect the baad-Gaacare Ie beat Tonic v iL
home of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas < tire-No Opiate in Hill'

OF_____________________________ No..!---------- Brooks, after a long illness. Funeral af-- t
services were held Thursday DRUGGISTS'SELL IT
i COUNTY OF-------------------------___ ternoon at 2 o'clock from the Eisel- ALL

1 .. stein Bros undertaking parlors. The
I the ----------
appeared before undersigned 1ID -----
Personally me, a ------- ----------- r the
friends have tile sympathy .
-------- - -- -- -
and for the and State---------- --- -- ----
; i? County community in their bereavement.Mr.
u who being duly sworn says that the State Bank of Kissimmee. Kissimmee. Florida i is justly indebted Fred PhippH left Friday to .. . ..... .. ..... .... ............. ........ ... . .. ..
and her family, Mr. ,
: x to ________________________-t___________ _______________________________in the sum of and visit Mrs his sister O. C. .Knight, at Thonoto-

r 1 -?_______________________ ..__________________ ____ Dollars andy sassa. i.

_________________________nJ 1 Cents upon the the following Claim to-wit: 666 cures Malaria. Chills and Fever -

check ________________ $ -------- Bilious Fever, Colds and La-
i Balance:: due on open account subject to ___ ._ A-------------- -- the parasite that FLOYD
Grippe. It kills ? 5.
a Savings Account No. ________________________._________________J-------------I causes the fever. It is a splendid; ) / .

t Certificate of Deposit No.;________issued by State Bank of Kissimmee---------------$---------- laxative and general Tonic.-Adv.

issued State Bank of Kissimmee $ '-------, I FLOlRIOVS DEATH RATE
: n Certificate of Deposit No._--_____ by --------------- --

Interest on Certificate of Deposit' N.._-_____--issued by State Bank of Kissintmee_______$__________ From the Publicity Department, '..

Cashier's Check issued by State Bank of Kissimmee.._____________'-____V_____________$__________ State Board of Health.
Florida's propensities as a health:
Certified Check of State Bank of Kissimmee. u-------------------u of Groceries and
_---- -----------------+I resort cannot be doubted if figures

i. ; Unpaid Draft No.________issued by State Bank of Kissimmee _uu____________$__________ the United States governmentthemost "

Unpaid Draft No.________issued by State Bank of Kissimmee ____--____________$___--_____ -- authentic be relied source upon. ''Compilation in the countrycan of "l' -

Protest Fees on Draft No.____________________________________________-------!--$_..-------- statistics from thirty-one states
f fr shows Florida up to I advantage( with Fresh Meats ,
Unremitted Collection No.: ---------------------------------------I----------------------- the eight lewest death rate. This is

Total : : $__________ according to the 1918 report just received -
Taking Into d
'' All of which is due and payabl. to ________ _________________u________________________ consideration from Washington.Florida's negro population ,

; alone_______________________._ having given no_ endorsement or assignments of the same or any and the large number record of invalid is i .1. 1

i 1 part thereof; and.-______further say that _______ knows of no set-off or other legal or equitable defense considered visitors pkenomerally the state's good.In I "

1918 Florida's death rate was Phone 176 302
s of said claim or part thereof. Broadway

Name __________________________-_______ _____*__________ the 15.7 lowest per! theusapd of 10.6.population which is recordedfor against ... .-

I Residence ___________________.:__________ ________________ Washington state, Maryland ,

Sworn to and sabscribed .before me this_____ ________day of________________, A. D. 192__. leads rate .of the 24.3 list per with thousand.the very high ". i

next above Florida AO..O..o..oooO..O..O.4D.O.t.OO.60..0.. :.. :
Witness my hand and seal. Tennessee comes .. ,.
/ with a rate of 16.0 and making .
--- --- -- -
----------------------------- in the order they -- -
-------------- better showing
Missouri Kansas, Utah The true Christian does not to: Only Cold.
(none try a
To be before Notary Public Justice of f the Peace).
( sworn to a or Wisconsin, Minnesota and Washmgjton. impose his will or wisdom upon God. I
i The half surrendered lives of nominal Are you ill? is i often a newer eel- :

I.I These authentic figures! show Florida Christians in the sore spot of the "Ohit's only a eold," as If a cold r

Parties to proving their claims are required to surrender all evidence of the Bank' indebtedness the healthiest of southern states church and the bane of all Christian I was a matter of little consequence; .
y and not far from the healthiest of effort to reach the unsaved. The but people are beginning to learn
to them such as bank books. Certificates of Deposit. Cashier's check Certified checks and unpaid all the states listed. Although thisis fully surrendered life brings Joy in that a common cold ia a matter act .:
their it is fair indica heaven the angels an .. to be trifled with, that some of the I
drafts. The Receiver will issue receipts for same. All persons are requested to prove op a 1918 report a among "
i most serious diseases start with
tion of Florida's general health con- the church with happy service. We a.
claims as soon as possible. Parties living out of town or who are unable to come to the Bank in dition which according te health authorities would get further and "jro faster if oold. As soon as the first indication

should communicate with the Receiver by letter and the above form will be mailed to them is steadily improving, and I we allowed God right of way in our of a cold appears take Chamberlain'sCough
person at present i is exceptionally good. lives. Only that which is accordingto Remedy. Remember that the ;
? promptly. 5' H. BULLOCK Recevier. I His will can live. What we do sooner you get rid of your cold tha .
State Bank. During the first seven months of otherwise will have to be undone. So less the danger, and this remedy will ,

a i this year the Chicago Union StockYards it turns out that we really love time help you to throw it! off. ). j
4O-4t. received 164,257 cars of livestock by taking short cute not justified by
For Sale or Rent-Fine large seven -
compared with 169,763 cars
the Bible. ".
1919 168,416 cars in 1918, 140.260 ___.-J.. -- roomed house standing", on Quar- .
t, I i cars in 1917 and 122,903 cars in I ter block. One of the prettiest places)
i I If can't, boost, don't knock. Valley it
t 1916. n I, you in town. Apply II Gazette. .tl .

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I",: .;;".;;; ..i. ... ..-. ..-.. Private, first -class. $74.88. ..... '.
School Board f In some of' the"states the work of .
M. TILLER r Proceedings of rehabitatlng the guard is going on E.tabH.hd 1906 '. 1

.. very well but the 'war! department

i Real! Estate Agency..I. FINANCIAL TATBMHXT BALANCE FROM FOR MONTH BNDIN' WARRANTS ADO. ai, 1KMI. I would the like'see more. speed. put into J. SCHNARR & CO. t (

t and old General School Fund ......4.661.40 $jeo.40 fOS.48 ,$ 181.36 To remove bilious Impurities in"the FLORIDA .
,' Realty Bought i&,-B. D. No. 1 Fund._"?___ SI.18 10.48 11.88 system and -be made -internally clean ORLANDO
Houses rented. 8. H.-D.. No.' 1 Fund........" 1ge.11) 1ge,11
and need the fine tonic
8.. 8.. IV No., I Fund.,._<.-.; 1.071.38 I.It S.2B 1.061,98 ,healthy you and -
I' Taxes, paid and Title verified i,,8. B. U. No 6 Fund.._....;. 118.68 7.60 106.41 and laxative properties of Herbine.It SpeciaJiats in Sprays Sprayers Spraying 1
8. 'S. D. No 6, Fund___-__-_ t.08 18.18 acts quickly and thoroughly. price ,
for noB-residenU. .
601 Sold Roberspn's Pharmacy.. .
: by
The board of Public Instruction In
Fire. Life and Accident: In-' and for Oscpola County met In rear* 1 I aitrauf cturr a of
< > ular session Sept. 6, 1920. there being NATIONAL GUARD OFFICERSAND An owner of a,chain of apartment
turance. C. lines, chairmanV.; R. buildings in Chicago who has reducedthe

,.. i I IndemnityBonds.. 1'Yowell'h"I'.tVd:: county W. ,superintendent.R. Godwin/ also'sn4 C. H.J.: MEN GET INCREASE rents !ten per cent. say. he is SCHNARRS SPRAY FORMULA, .

..... .. .... . . . ... . .- 8. Cadel, attorney for the board. ':. following the movement started by
The minutes of the last. meeting The war department has issued a Henry' Ford. There I. plenty of for WHITE: FLY anti SCALE INSECTSTo
were read and approved. the and room for others to join the
, examined and statement showing present procession .
Paid warrants were
J. W. THOMPSON cancelled aa follows: I authorized strength of the National avoid .ubstitutos. ... that

u O n ralHrhool! KU4B _______- IS.flft8.fiSit ; Guard in Florida and other states of 'SCBDJU appears on'w4iry barra '
8ub- Dial. School -Fund No. 17H 25 666 has more imitations than any
the time
Funeral Director 8uh-nist. School Fund No. 6 7.50 the Union, while at same the
, other Chill and Fever Tonic on
t Hllla were approved and warrant.Isaued showing what a captain and ether market but wants imitations Order direct or from our: Winter Haven Branch' or through: any
no one
as follows: officers of the guard are entitled to *
, AND (n N" HAL SCHOOL FUNDC receive from the national .govern. They are dangerous things in the of the following: -
K Yowell. salary 1150.00
---- medicine 'line. Adv.

i'' LICENSED EMBALMER W\V CHass.R Ui.nler/. M do B _P___1----------___ ____: 400 640 I I ment.Florida has twenty-seven' officers Fort Myers "Warehouse Fact Myera Gall Fertilizer c... TUBM

W H -OodwIn. do _________ -_ -__ 800 One of the clty'-s. most recent .
and Stewart Ave. J 8 Cad.'I. attorney_. _________ 1S.CO 710 enlisted men, and an authorized movements for co-operation is E. O. Paiaier Hilizeff COM. Jackaosivin
j" Store Chapel, Presbyterian/ church rent .- 1260 "strength of 1,564 men. the real estate dealers who rI

i K1SS1MMKE. FLORIDAO. Q n Woodall Hratton., Janitor att. officer.._'_. -__ 100.00M.e 80.00Jnmes The total number of officers for among are forming an association to protect Or through ocUUont affiliated With the Florida Citrus Exchange: commercial a
the different states is now 2,478 enlisted the citrus icctlont of the State. .'
/ Rhea PherlKO. ofnce work the city as weU as the agent (prayer*and merchant. generally throughout
Mra Lotlle Huff, ach 9.-. __.. 75.00 men, 60,545 and authorized dealers and
F. KRIBBS A. AKERMAN Hass & Ooyle. repairs arh 16. C2.7I) I' against unscrupulous f.
r W. J. STEED Osceola Hdw Co. supplies B So strength of 180,607 mn. )I curbstone rators.I Will us tot lopol..bDana Dpray: ook
h I 1 K Overstreet, recording deed 1.10 The approximate pay per annumof I I ciwan*a.a.r Oaialoc and Oom.Mt.Tries* tutDry .
KRIBBS, AKERMAN AND STEED I IAlto. H N Bratton work on well60.74 I )line officers and enlisted men of Ease the pain of a rheumatic attack .
\V t' T..I Co.'tel"".rrama..____ J ISL the National Guard is follows I of
.. a rubbing application
.., ..d l' rrlorm .< far AV Prather, supplies 1 DO bl
flortim United> Mftt Co.. supplies! -. __?__ 81.BO I Captain 79488. Ballard Snow Liniment. It relieves .ta'- DI.tA4et.n J.3.rersl./reeps4-......., t.1111AaARt u1o
9<<-..".. .wmrtlrr !. all State ..* Kiss- Tel Co office phone__. 1.4KVrnolf First lieutenant $462.72. tenderness and sttengthens the a
v..... 111.._ (;e..... Chemical Co. supplies._ Second lieutenant, $876.66. joints. Three sizes SOc 60c and '''' .-.,. tad .EaI1I 41N

I. Rank, B Vance of Oaceola, compulsory Co frelKht.blanks_ 16.75 17.73 Sergeant, first class, J223.36. $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Roberson'f. W- ..',$Alhals. A1B1i D1SEA.L5 I

___ 39.38 second class $168.66. ee .... cMarhJ1ar.
.. W. B. CRAWFORD : Caraon Farmer Insurance Sergeant Pharmacy. .. Sulphur
I Lupfer A Prather. Insurance. 460 Sergeant third class 13912.
n. i>r.IIT. NO. iBt
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW Cloud Trlhurte n. pi 11:., etc. ____ 18.7RH Sergeant fourth class 11620. Registration books close Saturday, , . .
Offices: 3, 4. 6, '6, and 7 Osceola C Hartley supplies -3.95 Corporal, 9472. Oct. 9-one week from tomorrow. I
a. a. I"'T.! Via. 2 .
Bank Building. L L Jordan sch 17---------- 60.00 _.
0. H. ''.!IT. JliJo. 8 I
K188IMMBE. FLORIDA R F HOP. clerk of electIon J.OO lj
Bunyan Sellers. In up. flection. 2 00
Alburty Arnold, do . u _ 200
DR. R. J. DENNINGDENTIST 0 C Miller clerk of election2 00 .
F M Kdrls, Insp. cleetlon------ t 00
C H Pad pet. do -- __ __ -__ _-_ 2.00J
R ()wens., do -. . . __ ._ 2.00R .
Over the Postoffice. V Phillip., payment contract p
OFFICE HOURS 9 to 12 .30. 1.30 to B sen. lil------------- 1f.200 ,, r
Gus Bass labor sen 19 . 1200(
Residence Phone H Hellers, labor sch IP! 44 rnM I
174Office Phone 15f O MrClelland. inRp eUct'n, 2.00
H. M. IHHT. Mo. ftI
E Partln. clerk of election. 2 ooW I \ I Iw
11 Simmons, I",,'p. election. 2 "0njivlfTMtass.
do-. . 200 11 11I
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW J M I , Th. mutter of al ten darn- "t the
Finn y Point school, w'hich .how.Ii R
lows' enrollment 'than the required
Warner Building. number fixed by the 10.."rd. was taken I
up and diHcuRed. A (commit of
put, mns and cit tzcns (rom said district .
appeared before the board and
Pal Johnston 0. P (] -\HHET .
nnk.0 hut the school) |I.<> .IIUN I .101"
JOHNSTON & GARRETT r">nt Iriue a in.t her mopt h. stat INK' that -
,h. v felt assurt d the nrollment I
ATTORNEYS-AT-YAW < 411 Id I.. ",'ouIlht up to Ih. re nut red : I .
Office.: .]0. 11 and 12, Osceola Bane( numb.. r Wllh 1 hi* "".I'r.IH'"II"" I .
hoI..ltrol agreed to continue the 1
Building; *( n riot'h. r month at leant ] s 1
K1.SS1M.MKIC.! KLOH111A] \V 1 I Ito r6et wan nwMd the. ontra -
< t for 1I'II"o.rlln.( the BC hool rhtldr . '
,-n from the Center Park! .11..11'0'1' toth ... ,
KlNHltnm' rrhdol at' f 12r I"-'
month to h.> paid ao follow $11/1'0
h.- ,paid out of the gen., rat nchool fund I / "... Ii9 !
("rtirht moot hf. and f IK pr month" ,I '- "> I- I
DR. BUCKMASTER 'u i b<- paid, ; bv the d'' .rlct' and, nnfonn. ; __
for 4.trht! month The tru..port.Uun: ,
fur the ninth month, to b.. I 1',1 bv' I
the d'atl 11 1.1 t .nd pn L'ons1r Berberr"nrfd ir"ll/! '
the 'Lon.rd 1 hut h. w' uro- 9, 1
,1.1.l l a Kiiituhle ftehool teak that
KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPATH w.",,1.1 me* t with the a|>....r..\al I of i he j j'Vb. I '

/ :' th.1| 1 "IiI
board d.-4-lil-d t4> tr..rmnirt
Knut l-nke\ ..' hoot and ttie I'nl--/ .' i-
t." o'hn.In l .HRlmmee.. unlnit I the :
fiindH appropriated for '..n..h.'r. nilnrtrji -
. ..r the t\\o, H.-ho..lH to pity the i iIf I rr-
,I, tnngn.'rt.tlon. ' Th. outran, f- i
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ttanepolnHon w itn a w to
STATE BANK BUILDING !Smith at $liO! p ocr month for .-\Ightrnnntha i I I .
I iw I
Phone No. 162 'i R. It I Stow' WSM awarded the rnn-i' ,
tract for trnnBf>tirtlnK the pupllsfram'
1 InpeKhot. n dtBtrlrt t to I St 'j f Oft per moth for nine mot"th
'| Th American" I Surt v <"ompanv, of
N.w York having paid the Bum of [ Nobody thinks anything now'of I
.Ono "03. Ih.' Bald Bum being: the | )
1'4..*.u"l In, deponlt to the credit of the i
."..rRI'"Hchool fund and the Beveral .
...... tax Bchool district funds In I"
: the State Rank of KIsBlmmee at the . 1 '
J DHBSOLPIIRIIIERSELLS time paid blInk wax cloned by the i:,(;J;, ,; .'.
Htale Comptroller. and which was secured .1'', ;' 11, ,' ,
by n bond executed by 1181dlur..U' atripSafocf ,
company, the board ordered anarmlornment going on .'fTHE
nf all of It* clalmn to said awatj : .
depoNitM to be made to the> Bald Surety .
''I I company and authorised the chairman
and Becretai of th* hoard to affl* .
y their nlirnatnrcR to Raid iiRRltrnment.s .
Fire Life, Accident and )bh-h waR *lon In open er....Ion.
The bill of It V "PhlllipH am.'untlnurto much in this tire business for r
91 f.2 foi ditching and, handing' a railroads were partly
Health Plate Glass. Lia- \d, fear* at the Kenanttvill H hool
was pt-4'Helited. As the 1.1lh..w: ao-I| 1 us.
: ; e..unty'1 But
i prtivfd by one trustee .
bility and Boiler Insurance. Ruperlnttnil wan directed to drawn .
;' warrant for the amount of the bill I' reached III
the automobile
. from the dint r let funds and to hold II until
Legal Bonds Executed ''the warrant until the bill wan approved -

trusties, by The the r.sup.rinr...')Iund -",.,"mh'r..r,.,, Wlfllurlh.'r its present state of developThe less a man has to'

Same Day Needed. ( directed to re..ln.t. the Irug1.05 II. I ,
to Buhmlt to thf hoard the con- j ment that the old barriers spend on motoring, the more
t tract be I wffii hm and 1I1r 1 Phillin. 1 4
: Irur I the wlrIn\ lop done on the school !
it is that his tires
proprt, travel were finally important
, OFFICE: State Bank .Bullding j I The billn of OUR HIIHH and P S.ll I against
*>rH for labor on Ihr negro school should be of first quality. eA
building at Kpnan ,'III.' woe ordt-red. broken down.
paid from the d'KtrU' t TundH I "
! An offer bv .Alburt ,mold to fur-
( tire is not good enough,
nlRh1 material ana construct yards Any ">
I' of footway between his r>lnce and the I II ;
school house at a cost of f3 vi sub- your tlr.. un He
milted to the hoard X like offer hv'' cording to the road. for the small car owner.

CITYMEATJARKET lof j i i. rhprlle footwav Arnold at ..lo.. construct..f >12 427 woe vnrdei n- J j I' Ihujrtare to tr.ral: More people I own automobiles wants a tire'that will give him t
BO submitted After giving: the
mat'I'I In sandy or hilly country '
due eonsld,-rntlnn. the board |
j j II..r both propositions I tabled. i iI wherever the going today than ever just as much for his money
: ,
... I The
: I Mr M A. StnlllnnR. trnK* of it apt to be heavy-

j{ school-. ..iiT' Hon district| stattng No that 1. handed he was In moving his- 0.3. Nobby. thought of owning a horse in the small size as the big

from the district The board ic- I For ordinary country
Fresh Meat and 'cepted his renttrnatlnn and npnntnted roadi The U. S. Chain, his
. old car man gets money
Mr Oliver Bass as trustee to flU out I or Usco. and buggy in days.That's .
I the unrxplr term '
' VegetablesPhone The count u'\prlnl."do sta' id. For front wheel*-The in the large size.
that he had received R reck from thntv Plain.! of
I of KlBslmmee In the amount of U. a because the cost a"
S1 1. k1.19! In part payment of the For best results IV '
I I amount of city taxes assessed. for thehaneflt .verywh.r.-U. S. has been brought
44 of the KlRRlmmeschool. and Cords. motoring
had plnr-ed same In the! depository to Royal kindcitizen"s
l ) the credit of the genrrel school. fund within reach of the In th.inkingoverwhat
_ _ _ average
Th* ar t*'>n of the superintendent was 1
approved. t of tires we would represent '
Qn account of the crowded: condition pocketbook.
, of the Campbell school th*; |I
l hoard ....cld. d to furnish an BRRlstant I i'::: III in: this community we tried
teacher and dtr'ced Ih. county su i

, .. NONBW .ONK as perlntnd possible-nt to fill the place as soon a.... We look upon it as part of to put ourselves in the ,

The salary of the Janitor for the Rt.
I ...... Cloud' school month was fx! .*d at fflo percnl..n.I"r -.CDRD.t ourjob to keep it there. If place of the car owner. And .?
I tlilearalnousm=RAI"- .
I .
: .r The following: teacheru were ap- i
i I .. NoI' pointed' Miss R*lma Mooney H nrrtnit it weren't for the trade of we believe we hit it exactly
'" .
Cof Oauldinir Ash ton colnr dIschool
::: ;
IL.e .bw tr na..ed
Theodosla NfrKlnnev.
I de.aera 11I..11 Yes.'s Lde ,I i Klfmm. ; colored school North I ) the man with the medium when we selected U. S.

I. ::.jr..a.. There belnur no furth.-r Hnnlnoss thehnard
' 'TI.krr.La J| adjourned to meet Oct 4, 1920 .
1le0Ae Tires. ,
I I priced car there wouldn't be 9Pa .r


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I, vTost! laxative)* and cathartics i afford '
The coal dumped at the ports of only temporary relief and I '

i Hampton Roads, New York. Philadelphia should be used only for that purpose. ']'I' United States Tires

, :s;. Baltimore and Charleston When you< want permanent relief

. y. in July were 10-1.826 cars, of which take rhamberlain'B Tnhlets and becareful 'a
, 40,791 were at Hampton Roads, 34- to observe the directions with

918 at New York 14,109 at Baltimore each package. These tablets not on-

: f 13,420 at Philadelphia and 1- Iv move the bowels but improve the

.' 688 at Chal'le ton. The total amounted appetite and strengthen. the diges LUPFER & PRATHER GARAGE, Kissimmee,Florida] J r }

.., to 5,000,000 tons, being the larg- tion.
est shipments received at the Atlantic -

" seaboard in any month. Approximately! 1.000 000 passenger BROTHERS' GARAGE Kissimmee Florida ,
m, automobiles and 200,000 motor trucks MACH ; ,

Rub-My-TIsm 1a powerful antiseptic were produced in the United<.l States I i iin Ii. 1

; it kills the poison caused from the six months ended June 30. 'i .

infected cult cures old wren tetter, People are buying cars instead of I
adv. building homes.
IIf: etc.-

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"Watcher In The Tree Top "
I .JlF,'sbl4. .ea 1'.Ile7 B *t.elte ry Friday I.rp.7; THE LIGHT ,AND WATER PLANTThe \. '. ... I .

KII ee, Pl.rlda .
i t __ JI'.a' hat I Ho, Hot! Haw,, haW'' haw! following allures taken from the city record by Mr A. K- '.
: Mr. llarrlnM. ._. __.J._.. .... Pr..14sa. M the, of ;
+ O. Y..s Anew.._...r..eeae14rr7T.Iepb. Wte're,tjustllaffn'to: l we what a snare the requestt'condition various c/tiI.ns/ and 1.-.r. of Klmlmmor/ Thon'.a"l WATCHThis :"' *
present of
and 1-1 Kht Fund
.. 1'... 11... . J '. ; ?[tiVajmr ) ,
I the wona n'. vote has -thrown' Into April 1. 1820'! Outstanding scrip -.--_-------__..y.r.. .,_._____..___ ;.
II..rlpct.. R.,1 I the rank. of the old line politicians Malt( 4th 19 April 'Varrant. l Issued -.-.;_..,.-T.-t_.....--.:""-..:.--...--_ .. a,111.1 ..
1 One Copy One Year__..._...._..|2. O .
On. 1 copy, Pl' .' Month__?--__ 1.00.i from Maine to Califomy! U6.264.U. '"
I.. One Copy, Three Month._--_ .60 . CREDIT.
hundred and tortyt Cash In Treasury h_,.. ___.'.-?....S.Zls.JO -- I
All communication except from our During the one Hen-lpt . .; .. 3536.11
authorized' correspondents. must biKnrd'by r years since the signing of the Machinery cold-. .-______-__,,,- 1.U98.63_tT.t,2.; Space for the date of : ;
.aI th* wrllef.1rlrelyd . I Declaration of Independence about '
) matter will returned i arrived May ,3 lilt, 1920. Mnlapce outstanding _._.1_-_7,<01.5i:;
i tnlca. called for. _,' '35,000,000 foreigners have on June bth), 1920. May warrant l".ud :1__-.?._.._.??.__,..,_,-- -.2.UK.:43
'" our shores to make their permanenthome '..
(KntVred at the Pottofflce atTrtrr KI..lm, under the protection of our Ii t1UE51.of i .
Florida, a* second-deal' matter.--) I flag. This great stream of humanityhas t'Rnr+IT.' j Edsson Realism Test .
Foreign' Advertising Representative Recefpti. Including '2nH.: Z taxes 81927 r \
l- into the melting ----------..- -------
TUtr AM"RICA4PS .ASSOCIATION been poured pot . "'" " .
I and has greatly aided producing June Sflth.' 1920.' Halancc Outstanding; ____.__.__.__ __ A.!>,11.74 V I'' p
r FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1920 I the noble nation that we are today.It July 9th 1920. June warrant Issued-----------| ._._ -h--- ... 4.4MI! 57_ I "

need not cause surprise. if there . 10,391.31
DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL is Rome dross found in the pure -.r-_ rHEIJlT. ..
metal-some dynamite outrage amid nerrlpta/'Vncludlng I
124872 taxes 1S60.sC Central StoreDay
ELECTORS FOR FLORIDA the ebullitions in dUr political caul Drug
dron. July SlBt Bnlancf outstanding _--._,_.,___ _ ".:' O.4%
MARTIN CARABALLO August' 3, PJ20, July warrant Issued -. -_ 1S47 ,
Watcher wakeful the
CHARLES E. JONES was 41 PHONES Night 21 ..
other morning and had a good op- 12.14S.92
.f J. G. SHARON portunity to hear Nature's orchestraas CR :JIT.
P. W. CORR it tuned for the day. The Receipts| Including .. 02.55062
f W. V. KNOTTG. up August 17th, 1920. Script redeemed "St. Ilank-------- S11BJ 8.372451August I'
aforesaid wakefulness was not caused ,
B. WELLS. by a trouble consciousness, nor 24th. 1920. Balance outstanding _____-___-_________h ___ 8,77(147
0> by eating tripe. While we were in Sept 7th 1920,, AUKUBI warrants I""u.u. _,--_________ __ . __ .3.599,2012x75.73! I .
ANNOUNCEMENTi thetwilight, zone between wakingand --- 't l I .
enthusiastic rooster OIIEDIT. ------ -- ----"- - - ---- --_. -
sleeping an
f t i The- manaR'.m--;; of The Gazette not far off suddenly exclaimed "Hal- Receipts Including lairs ,--------u---n--------- ? . .' !i iS ><"0"0'< 0 "0 o"fr OO>Ho
is pleased to that it han", with the accent the third :
announce lelujah, on "|.t. 3 cured the services of Mr. W. L.borndyke syllable.) Almost Immediately another Oct 6lh. 1920. September: warranta l Bud ___ ______huu______ ______-___ ___3,430.4 '
who will begin his duties one afar off made a similar remark --
with this paper immediately. No ; hill manner indicating that he i Total script nutdandlnK _____--.--------------__*. -IS.SS7.1 Perfection Tires
4 newspaper man in Florida is held in would brook no contradiction of whathe UNI'.MI> HIKI..S. WAT R' AND LIGHT PLANT

higher esteem by the fraternity said. All would have been wellif Cain Mine *A Mill Berry Supply Boiler Co. ('0-----------------------------__ __ __ __ _._ _______f 2,4330 37840 .
than "Thorn," and his writings, have the two had been allowed to jaw General Klectrlc Co. _______ unnn n_ ___uh.n ______ iso 68 6000 MILES GUARANTEEWhy
been profusely quoted bv the state at each other to the end of the KH.-CI.H Fuel., July __ __ ---______--. _ __ . _-_-___. u ___ SB1 f,2KXOPIIS
has" with the Palm away Fuel August ____ ___. _ ___-_ _________ 1.468 S6Kxreim worry about those sand blisters and loose treads?
press."' He been',1 but our neighbor's: chanticleer Furl HepK'mb, enllniHtid) ____ ____Uh_.__ 953611 1
Beach Poet for the i past ten years. thought} : he ought to be in the Repairs to broken etiRlno, (ealtmnlyd---------------- 220.00
during which time 'that paper han rukus and let loose an ear-splitting. Kf.pHlm to stnok stark (estimated) ... __ _n.hh__ 1.50000 1192467. G6e Asbestos Breaker Strip

grown from a small weekly to one 'Hallelujah'" ah-men ah-hmen" of TOT.'.I. BERT _ __ ___ __ _ .-.a,32181-- -
ff the mont influential dailies. of the" his own. By this time the denizen Without taking I : Into .n..ld.II.n u. any h-extraordinary- expeime fur brealaae .. i i. not affected by moisture acids grease or heat by road friction
East Coast. We believe Mr. Thorn- pf this end of town were awake and pod iK'KirlriK, the three blllfi ,','' by the Oil Company for approximately (hereby the ailment in automobile tires.
] i' dyke is lust such a man as the mocking bird's "Tootle tootle ,36H.r,3 fur fuel oil burned during Jul). August and R< ptembi r In overcoming most common
Ki""illh'l .'wean of. the uniount HpcrlfUd In, connect. whlrh will without doubt hays .
Ire. needs at thin time and tweet" poured liquid music from a Blisters and Tread Separation
'n It n ad l the .lnlpm..1tlv'n todow shows the monthly iUn'''lt f n the .
only The Gazette, but our entire near-by tree. Next, the Iron Monster. name time. .
city and county will benefit by his down by the dock began to pour li- K\i| iiHin Water and Light. riHiit. July 1920 _ . (3.R1847 An exclusive feature in Tires. Ask to see them.
coming. We earnestly request. for without music the stone CREDIT .
<< all quid. over T.. ".,. ____ -_ __ _ __ -x 24K 78It. I
the hearty of - - u -
t him co-operation fence that Dad built; and its grinding rellitu _ 1.612.14 LESTER. ALFORD
t the' people of Oscoola Bounty.f raucous snorts made the catfish H..j Iptn."! Tied up11\ State Hank _ _ .n.- Nil A3 2,<72 :'IDU ,
f f Mrs. E. E, Wells who has served turn pale. The big motof trucks began -- ..
_ _ ._ . .
Tie Gazette so long and so faithfully I I to go by at this time with their .Jllly, dent Water\ It -and- Unlit- "- -Plantnuuxt.. 1'lSO! u ___ .... ::1.69926 4finflKxiMiixiB 107 BROADWAY ..
all newse editor will sever her connection own melodious warbling, saying CIIKIHT'Tnx.s ; :

with the paper after next "Pst. pst. ker-chic" ker-chic it's Cox _ ,. __ _ _ I 97"0 .. .
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week and will devote more time to I it's. Cox it's Cox an' Rosy, Rosy H.-fimd . "4 65 : ( :-o.-: : (
I t'8 tier real estate. rental and insurance I IlJtJ I Roosevt-Jt !" Just at this .juncture wrspranir 11..11'1"! ,, . n__ __ ___ . __2al47_ 2t00Z -. -
inI'IIII. Mrs. Well's cheerful presence I up in bed; the" second breakfast Mi'-iiKt d. felt _ _ __ u 1.a'14., '
; will he ] missed bv the II .. ml I, ., "> 43(1 Ml! IJ'
sadly entire bell was ringing!, and the pancakes KxpeimiVnt r and Unlit PIli nt. $"I''" t i 19211--------
Gazette force and we know hei were getting cold at ourboarding CII1IITTn'.s ;;
absence from the office will he house! . _,.. __ _u__ _ ._ n_ t HZ ml"I
__ R. G. MINICKDruggist
IA. 01
H.' and - - I
f-pttcd by the patrons of the 1'-1 l IL.( Ipte. -- _ - __ -.17564 2.40h.r.( ;
with whom she has ever been KISSIMMEEWhen -
ii end! patient, under "any and all cir !S.' .|.I..r d< ".,111' ,_____ _.____ - - . __ 1.,2I.i., I
,- - --- ***r** * *s* **i l *>** ri ***** rsi *** '**
+ with cold and r-nr j LJ-U-J- 1
cumstances.' winter comes! i .

>Co chill HOW TO VOTE FOR PRESIDENT lions. fruits syrup, honey meats I
Galveston: is. having its full share And folks up North pay big coal) I preserves. jellies canned goods, '

of calamities] first a flood and now a bills. Democratic Electors. sweet potatoes, etc." :
k t tre. 'Tis then I iump and hout with joy X MARTIN CARABAU-O I All !such donations can be directed I Ito
And \know that I'm a lucky boy X CHARLES E. JONESX either State Receiving Home 1 1JH! : XCtLL
Houston in gala] attire is. showing To live down in Kissimim-e. .1. <;J. SHARON Riverside Ave., Jacksonville or the The 5\ Store

the "Vets" how much the South .still X P. W. 'ORRX j Children's Boarding Home, 1229 Os-. I _. -
think of them, this week. For Old' Jack Fro=t'.. a stranger hero W. V. KNOTT i ceola St., Jacksonville, Fla. The
1 The .sun shines. warmly all the year" X G B. WELLSA \ !' i I Hoarding!! Home has double the number KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
The unprecedented cool weather of And frozen folks come down in vote fo- the above six president of little ones at the Receiving .

early October will hasten. the opening I droves I elector i i.. n'ot... for Cox and Home. I
_ of the fruit shipping. season. To. live among the orange groves Roosevelt. the Democratic rrominee The Society will gladly nay the
i Wir have down in Kissimmee. Below we" Rive the names of all express or freight charges if neces I We announce the arrival of three of the best and most famous

Ponzi has been indicted on a total candidates. for preRulenlHl" elector in sary. brands of Candy! made. f,
of 8(1( counts tint that will he small We know no worry or no care about the order in which they" will '
i consolation to those who lost. by his I In this southern clime and balmy air. be printed on the official ballot. TWO HUNDRED VISITORS
Old Cabin and
scheme. If clothes" are high we .should] worry. Study the two tickets until you ATTEND MASONIC STATE Liggetl, Log Johnston

We need no clothes that are thick can pick out the democrats in theist ." these Candies are known and recognized as the leading Candies of
The registration books are closedfind I and (ur"'. below without referring to the SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION
n women who failed to enter their Down in Kissimmee.So one above. the country. If you give'one of thi make you give the best possible.
names must be classed. as foolish' Electors for all Parties (Continued from Page One

1 virgins: 'let's all shout and' spread the J. W. ARCHIBALD Milton Pledger. Harmony No. 3. . .
) news' ,, GEO. W. ALLEN R. B, Lovett, John Darling! No. 154. .
Only, seven states in the Union That) we have no troubles or no bluesT W. R. BRYANE. Wal'r Swlndal, John Darling, No.154. FREE 2 Can of Old Dutch Cleanser FREE "
have a lower death rate than Florida. the folks who live up north so far. M. BERLSFOR W. L. Timmerman lJiI1 b'gh. No. 25. ..

That should qualify any state as a Then watch them jump ,-their auto MARTIN CARABALLO . P. Dunnoway S. Apopka, No. 165. We are discontinuing our stock :of .Old Dutch Cleanser; With' a' purchase .
health resort. bAnd?- P. W. CORR H. C. Hartley, St. Cloud No. 221.
I come down to Kissimmee. FRED COLE C. E. (Carlson St. Cloud. No. 221.J .'-'* of a dollar Saturday and Monday we will give free of charge.

Head lines stated this! week: "Mad LELAND M. CHUBB ,. (. Riddle St. Cloud No. 221. two I lOc of Old Dutch Cleanser.
) rid's probably around without their hats.! cans
laundry women are Folks run H. L. 'LOUGHCHARLOTTE AI E. Long Ionic, No. 101.
the best in the world." Maybe so, Mayo Cadel says "We've got no R. COFFIN I John P. Hyman Tuscan No. 6. 1

but Madrid is a long way from here. gnats .] H DRUMMOND i, L. W. Barnes., Hernan<1o. No. 97.
That upon our bodies make a feast MRS. L. L. HAYES H. B. S. Hamel, Orlando No, 69. Phone 3PHONE200
The Stars and Bars were mingled < Like" they do a little further east. MRS. A. E. HENRIA. 'J S. Wethcrington, Apopka No. 3tJ.?
i with the Stars and Stripes at Houston Down in Kissimmee.. N. JACKSON R. :M. Moore Apopka. No. 36.
+ when 10.000 soldiers participated CHESTER VAL RAY. CHAS. E. JONESW. F. M. C. Eads, Apopka No 36.
t in. theopening of the 30th annual Old Indian Trail. V. KNOTT Fdw. J. Roach Haines City, No. 29.J .... . .. .. -- ... ,
reunion of the United Confederate J. W. LOCKER. Peter J. Sones. Haines City No. 219
ndies; it'n' forget to register!
Veterans. A. McAULEYJ. W. B. Craig, Winter Haven No. ]116. PHONE 12
B. MOFFETTW. H. M. Smith, Winter Haven No. 186.J. j
N. NANNY M. Luckie Winter Haven. No. 186.
L M. O. KELLY W. F. Randolph Solomon, No. 20, /
F.: F. H. POPE D. W. Woodard. Mascott! ., No. 190.
; WESLEY C. RICHARDS John Coble. Valincia No. 227, Mich.
'. ERNEST M. SMITHJ. W. L. Thorndyke, Temple Ho. 227

l' The Cut Price Grocery, Saturday and Monday, will sell Sugar for B.. G.G. SHARON SMITH B.Oregon.J. Ellis. Temple No. 430, Tenn. I

L I5c. per Tb., one pound for every dollar in trade. If you buy $5.00 G. B. WELLS r.. F. Outlaw, Macedonia No. 239 S.C. KLIM
GEORGE P. WENTWORTH R. G. Minick Palestine No. 486 Ga.
worth you get S pounds of Sugar for 75c. Cash only. 4) Montie Smith Accacia No. 34, Nebr. ;

GOOD HOMES BADLY NEEDED I W. H. Stauffer, Asbury No. 142 N. J.I.
CRISCO Catsup bottle ________J____ .13 H. E. Phay, Unite No. 520 Iowa.

e t No. 6 can --________ ____1.85 Best Early June Peas, No. 2 __ FOR HOMELESS KIDDIESAs E.: C. Lott Oakvale No. 484. ]hiss! .
t can ______ ____18 and .22: Masters No 244 Tenn.
No. 3 can _________uuu_ .90 - a usual thing the Children's] F. E. Murphy, ,
i No. 1% can __nuu .50 Beets No.2 can___________ .18 Home Society of Florida has a waiting Henry Harper, Grand River No. 34, .. .

Lard, pound .25 1 Gallon Alaga n_______n 1.50 list for its homeless kiddies, Andit I Mich. .
uuu Grand River No. 34,
i Picnic Ham. .29 % Gallon Alaga ______uu .75 has such a list right now for babies D E. Harper,
unn 1 % Ib can ______u_______ .23 and for little girls under four ; Absolutely Pure and
All kinds bar.._. __ Lumbard Santa Fe Cuba.M. .
Soap J .09 Karo 1% tb cans __u_____ .19 years of age, but the supply of older B. B. ,
,, 12 bars .__________________ 1.05/ Veal Loaf __ ______________ .22 boy. and girls just at present is P. Casler, Republican No. 325? .

T; Washing Powder, 11 pkgs._ .50 Vienna Sausage _____nU_ .10 much larger than the demand, in fact N. Y. No. C.99. ,
'1 Tomatoes, No.2, 16c., 2 for ..25Nestle' Pot Meat, 6c, 6 cane------_ .25 the State Receiving Home of the J. E. Ramsdell Spiceland .
i Corn __________.18. 22 and .25 Society i I. so crowded with these old- Ind. Wholesome
Everyday Milk, Pork and Beans 2 ____ .25 is D. C. Thompson, Brainerd No. 280 ,
cans er boys and girls,.that the Society
Scans __________________ .20 Kan. .
Navy Beans, 2 Ibs_________ .25 making 'a 'mollt urgent appeal ,
Grita, I 5 pounds __, _______ .25 W. E. Allen. Greehup No. 89, Ky.J. .
n Cabbage Ib ______________? .06 through the newspapers of the state .
Meal, I 6 pounds __nuu____ .25 Peas B. Eyed 2 Tbs_______ .25 for good homes for these children J. McCranie. St. John the Baptist,
t Macaroni &; Spaghetti, 2 for .15 Arbuckles > Coffee, Tb._______ .40 immediately to make room for other No. 184, 4s.
y Lemons, dozen _____u_ _. .20 Gold Blend Coffee _________ .30 oVphan and homeless children that C. H. Shubert Jr., Siloam No. 276, \ Powdered Milk
No. 10 Snowdrift ____:..__:: 2.00 White House Coffee un__ .55 are being referred to the Society Okla. .
No. 4 Snowdrift __uuu 1.00 Senate Coffee ____nn: ___ .60 from all of the fifty-four counties A. L.' Feedman Fulton No. 216 Mich Ga. ,
., a No. 2 Snowdrift nUn__ n_ .60 Maxwell House Coffee ____ .50 of the state almost daily J. Wade, Tucker Grand Rapids i of ,
Coal Oil, gallon _____uu__ .25 Gold Brand unuu ____ .30 Good family homes for boys are 3 a cob S. Turney, Western Cloud No. :.
'' Fine Table". Peaches __nu__ .40 particularly needed for the Boys 518, Penn.
i Pineapple, can u__________ .40 FEEDS Dormitory i is crowded to its capacity T. J. Smith, Rome No.: 66, Ga.

S k' Blackberries heavy syrupcan .40 Oats 100-lbs ___ __ ___ __ 320 though good homes! for girls are PRESBYTERIAN ,\
Gold Medal Flour 24-lbs _ 2.10 Corn 100-lbs __ uu 3J95 badly needed too. There surely] are i KLIM''Waters '

T Self Rising Flour 24-Iba2.00( Shorts 100-lbs __ ___ __ __ 3.70 many good homes in this county, SnnHnv School. 10:00: a. m.
Self Rising Flour, 12-lbs ___ 1.0i Sweet Feed 100-ttis __ __ 3.10(; who could nrovide for one or more Morning worship and communion
Libby's Brand Milk __ __ .13! Cotton Seed Meal __ _hu. 3.40 of these" little ones, and we hope that service 11 a. m. Sermon "LivingIn .
Potatoes peck .50 Chicken Feed best. ___ _ 4.25 ''I ,
I ---- --- u 00 mAny applications will be sent" from Hope.

our county to State Supt. Marcus C. Christian Endeavor meeting!: at .,

And in fact everything in oar store will be for sale. These prices are Fagg, 428 St. James Building, Jacksonville 6:30.: Topic, "Bible Verses That 1 '\
Florida, for Mr. Fagg has a Help .
strictly cash.j' real job on his hands, and will WArm- Evening service 7:30.: Sermon .
ly welcome every application for a "Old Wells Redug." .
I boy or girl from good homes any- Women's Society will meet Tues .

i i .4, CUT PRICE i CASH\ GROCERY I where in Florida. day afternoon. \

i i In addition to good homes, the Society Prayer service .Wednesday, 7:30: p. & Carson CoPHONE .
is in urgent need of children'sclothing m. Choir practice Thursday, 7:30p. Grocery .
including wearing .
PHONE 141 422 BROADWAY .. appirel m. .
of every kind and description new REV.W.. H. DRESCII.'If .
Out of Town Orders Given Prompt Attention. __, and used for children from wee babies : 200 PHONE 12 1;
T p. QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS up to boys and gjila] of 14 years. :your business Is not worth advertising voooaoao
I The Society will also. welcome advertise it for ale in the ,
r< a contributions of food, staple provis-. Valley Gazette's want column. < o. t. OOto oooo oOOO t oo.o>ooooo>ooo.o.o.


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. .. . .. .o.. . .ot..I0.- Miss Sabbie Reba Munson, who Dr;i J. C. 'Davis of Sanford .was in ,MRS.- WAGNER ENTERTAINED- -.-.. .- I" . "- '-I\.r-'Ii4--Jl- ..11.
has been the attractive.guest of Miss town/this. week renewing old.friend I ;
; Weather Report .; : Ada C. Wagner, has returned to her ships; HER ,SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS .

1 L I Sanford. howe. Fall and'i'/' tu Hata will be displayed The Kings' Dhten' class of the \

( .. _. Mrs. M. C. Bandy and Mrs.' W..,. D. l at the Ladies' Shoo Satur- Methodist Sunday school was entertained Don't Dream :
.; Official''' '. 3ulletln of ,daily! Higdon, have- returned' home froni a day, October 9th. 1/-' Friday afternoon by their I I
r:: temperature and precipitations pleasant">visit with, relatives and Mr.and Mrs. C. B., McCaughen of teacher Mrs. D. O. Wagner. at her
, ,.', ,.' furnished by the Ki simme ,, friends in Alabama. Orlando ,spent the week-end' with, D. home.on. Bermuda,(avenue, The event
:. i;', . Co-operative' U. S. Weather W..J., Mallet S. W. Porter, of St. G. Wagner and family. was the semi-annual report adelection 1 r
: A Bureau Station, for .the week Cloud and B. F. Roe, B. H. Guy and E. C.: Bryan, of Lake Hamilton, of officers. I -,e' ,_-.f -
< > Hiding: Oct. 7, 1920i: Lewis Johns, of'Kenansville, attended was transacting business and greeting Mrs. L. II. Ingram was made president ar.'I, 1t
,f' ___ the county. commissioners meeting old friends in Kissimmee Wednesday Mrs., F. H. Tlner vicepresident
Observation taken by Secretary on Monday.Rev. ; Miss Haiti Eby, secretary, I

Chamber of Commerce.' 1 O. B. Falls was called to St. Mrs L. H. Ingram motored to Or- Mrs Howard Anderson assistant t

k Max. Min. .Rain .' Cloud Thursday 'to assist in the fun-. lando Tuesday to enter her daughter secretary treasurer., and. Miss Nina Bratton. i I

Thursday __._?_ 75 53' eral services of the late George F. Miss Irene, .in the Cathedral School .
'Bv vote of the class the
f Friday ________ 78 56 Brinkerhoff, a senior- deocon in the for Girls. a will be divided into three membership or- I Lower Pri
y Saturday __... 80 64 Baptist Church. "The Study of Beatitude" is the more sections this winter with a cap es
l' Sunday ._____.. 79 70 ? Mr. and Mrs. Bart Bryan of Fort subject of the sermon at the Chris- tain for each division. One of these
Monday ______. 70 76 Pierce motored over to Kissimmee tian church next Sunday at 11. At divisions to be responsible for raising -
, Tuesday _______ 85 72 .20 I Sunday to meet old friends, and returned 7:80 there will be an evangelistic money toward the fund wMeh
, Wednesday .____ 83 67 Tuesday. They were domi- sermon. The public cordially, Invit- the class will pledge this year. Mrs.harry P
'OO" OOOO ciled at the Log House while here. ed. Piano was appointed cot' ain -
OOOOOO.OC"1 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wiggins, of Carter Thompson and family arrived of the first team; Mrs. J. Z. Roher-
Oswego, Kans., have arrived in Kis- from Jacksonville the first of son of team number 2, and Mrs. i .
simmee for a five months stay after the :week for a few days visit at the George Persons of team number 3. ,'
[ ITEMS OF A WEEK inspecting other sections of the (home of his father, J. W. Thompson, Mrs. Wagner was assdrr-vi. the Take Advantageof
'state. They made the trip in theircar. before taking a position as under- duty of revising the class roll.
taker in Arcadia. Mrs. J. D. Woodbrck was .-lec "d

Dr. W. L. Winn's offices are now i Mrs. Mattie Bandy announces to Mrs. J. S. Underhill returned Mon- chairman of the cook book committee -
'located upstairs over' the pout of- her friends that she will have no day afternoon from KUsimmeo i
fice. 36-tf1 formal opening at her hat shop this where she has been for the past The flower commit will! consist Them!
Judge T. P. Warlow, of Orlando, season but also states that a ship- week under treatment of a specialist.She of the entire personnel 1 of the class
spent Monday morning in town on ment of pretty fall hats will be here will leave again Monday for with three members in charge *ach
fegal matters. this week.. 43-It another stay there. Okeechobee month. Mrs. Anderson and Misses
Khv and Bratton ''Will decorate the .
C. S. Acree, of the Point, confer Dr. W. W. Carson of Jacksonville!, News. church .
red with the board of county commissioners was called here Friday by the critical Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCranie have At the during close October.of the business session Our Store is Full of Them'

+ ; on Monday. illness of his father, N. B. Carson. rented the Park hotel and moved in a social hour was enjoyed when -
There will tie He came down in hi. car and was ac- this week. They are potting the
a., display of faQ and sandwiches and hot tea were served. '
winter hats at the Ladies Sat- muter by Mrs. Carson, her house in order and expect to open Read and Be
urday, October 9th. Shop Mrs. Smith, < and Mrs. D. the, dining room soon. Mr. McCra' Convinced
Walling. I nie is experienced in feeding the I SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS ,
Miss Pauline Sheppard and Mes
Rev and Mrs. C. H. Summers qf public and we predict a large HONORED .
srs. McQuaig and Dean Hardin, of financial will meas-I
Kissimmee timein ure success
are spending some
were guests at the home of G. B-
Woodall, Sunday afternoon; the,,. city guests at the Tremont Religion is a personal matter be- The Methodist Sunday school
hotel. Rev and Mrs. Summers, fre- tween the individual and his God. teachers and officers ;
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Farmer, who quently visit her and are always., The church services will sag or lift pleasantly. entertained Friday were evening very r.
recently sold their residence on Mab- cordially welcomed bv a wide circle 'just in proportion to what we put by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Overstreetat : : "
bette street to A. W. havemD.t '
of Friends.-Lakeland Star. "' into it. Negligence has a down their home on Main street :
>d into their ,
bungalow on Broad- Miss Th lma' Woodall spent SaV !j pull. Lovingf faithful service has Mr. Overstreet, superintendent I !
way. uradv afternoon and Sunday in Mt. |'I wond(> ift. Joy in the services made an interesting talk, stressing \
J. I.. Overholt and wife arrived Verde, where she attended a recep- I' comes out of a complete sur- the importance of Sunday school
from Akron, Ohio, last Friday. Mr. lion given for the high school ntudents. 'render, to the will of God. work and told of the plans for the
Overholt has purchased the Wesley While .In Mt. Verde !she wal" *\ !I The arrival of Mr. and Mrs. C. i; taking of the religious census of the
Brown property, corner Vernon and the Vuest of Mr.. and Mrs D. G. Me- |I ID. Cole from their Chicago home | city with a view of increasing the
Verona. Quaig, and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hardin. !I will be noted with pleasure by many attendance of the various organiza Special For Saturday and MondayOne
1 Leo II. Wilson, county agent for J. R. Bronson made a hus'ness tripto Kissimmee friends. M!\,. and Mrs. tions. Mr. Overstreet said he had t
Oscvoln] left Monday for Gainesville Lakeland and B'adentown, returning -I Cole spent last winter here and were i|: appointed twenty-four ladles to
to attend the Citrus Seminar and the outlook for make this house to house of
home Tuesday. He was accompanied so impressed with canvass Dozen Spools Coats, 150 yard Sewing
Hound.Up. He will not return till by Mrs. Bronson.. They the city that they purchased the the section awarded the Methodis'
Monday; were guests of John :M. Keen and handsome brick block at the cornerof church and that he felt sure that Thread, all numbers in black C
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Welcher, who family at Lakeland on Sunday and Broadway and Posgiel avenue each and every one would be glad to
are among the regular Kissimmee> of :Mrs. H. C. Lightsey at Bartowon So well pleased< were the ladies of participate> in the work.lleoinoko and white, $1.QO r
winter residents, arrived this week Monday the Mothers'-Teacherg' club with the of the Sunday school
from their Illinois home. will their for plans. for the coming vear's work
They The Lily White faction of the Republican response to appeal guavas 1
be domiciled in the Willson building, to for the school lunch and made a plea for faithfulness ofthe
headed W. I.. Van "put up"
party by
on I arlmgton avenue. )u2<-r-has, honored one of Kisum-II room that another donation was asked |i'i teachers connected and co-op with<>t the ration school.of every Men's' Heavy Blue Chambray Work Shirts
'no .i
It I I. (G. Wagner, agency supervisor mee's citizens, :M. 11. Porter, '"'V the for. Quite a ijuantit" was sent
of the Southern States Life lnurame nomination for commissioner of agriculture .n to the home demonstration kitchen -|I His talk was followed bv a trner-
Company, was home for the Mr. Van Iluzer, who is a this week and was converted into| conference when others Mrs. noke Wagner, 14 1-2 to 17, sold by others for $1.75; our Z
Fripp'and on
wt'eK-end: with his family and left former resident of this c'ty! was toothsome. marmalade and jellies on-
Tuesday for a trip through the nominated for gpvernor. Thursday. "me phase of Sunday school activi price: Saturday and Monday, $1.35

southern part of the state. I! :Mr. and :Mrs Oliver P, Taw have I Congressman Joe Sears was here ties.The conversation became !general:
leaned the house, at No. !9) Orlando I'l\-,'"terdnv attending' the Citrus. Sem-..and the- guests were refreshed with ,..
and have taken possession.Mr. i inar. We did not pet to see< him birriwe a\'q1Ue. < cnk"l1 and hot
Casino TheatreWEEK i : Taw has just; as auditorof talked with him 0'0'1'1'thl' phone.. before their departure. Sale of Women's Pretty Voile Waistsmade t
Park & Tilford. of New York (That was better than nothing but '..e --- --
I City Purls, and Havana. :in whose i'should have liked to take his cordial < FOR THE BRIDGE CLUBS
OF OCT. 11TH. 'employ he has ben for 1hitythrp'veais. hand and look into his honest face j up in the latest styles. These are 'J
MATINEE: 4 l'. M. NIGHT 7:15: I' : MV Taw is a cousin of :Mrs Toe Sears is one of God's noblemen. The homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ii. C.
I' \V. Ill! of Narronssee. Frank goodhenited.sineereand tru" Piano was the scene of a very pleasant wonderful values, priced at
I MONDAY I|I J. K. Hilliaid and little! :Miss :\1Ji- he is mating his district a snlendid bridge party Wednesday when r .-. 1
'onlCressman.-GaineRville Daily Sun. Mrs. Piano entertained the members and :
$2.48 $2.98
ALICE JOYCE "THE PREY" also died Light"cy. motored' to Orlando ,
---- -- -- of the Wednesday afternoon club
last Saturday and brought Mrs Mil,
SILENT" AVENGER episode No. 12. ,liard home with thf>m. Mrs. Milliard ARMSTRONGREYNOLDSIn and those of the Monday afternoonclub.
TUESDAY had past been month in the, Florida and] during Sanitariumthe that Orlando last Sunday at four The' rooms were decorated with MEN! Take Special Notice of These Prices .nMen's
KATHERINE MacDONALD in ?HE time her tonsils were removed. She o'clock p m. occurred the marriage goldenrod, which was very sugges-
nf Miss Alene Reynolds, daughter of < i
THUNDERBOLT. its i, tive of the fall season.
{ now doing nicely and her many
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. R vnolds of Kis-
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At the conclusion of the games, '
also friends wish her a speedy! Brown and Blue Flannel Ail-Wool
I recovery. immee. and Mr. W. L. Armstrong.The chicken salad fruit salad, sandwiches I : .J;
;,...;.": ) A FOX NEWS. No. 94. Showing Ray Geo. E. Hosmer v of Bradentown: bride is a former teacher of olives and hot coffee were served. :,
.4:' Chapman's funeral. I Earl M. Baker of Marion Ohio; R. Bradford county who forthe oast The prizes for high scores were) Trousers, $7.50 and $8.00. .
", 'G. Miller and John Bug of , few months been in
)has employed Wednesday club, Mrs. ,P. C. Buttorff;
,+, '. Also Screen Snap Shots No. 4. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Schaadtof '"e' o'5of\ the Graystone hotel. Monday club Mrs. Roy Starbird, A Big Value .
.. Richmond Va. J. P. Dempsey, of in Kissimmeehas '.
, WEDNESDAY ; Though her residence and guest prize, Mrs. Holmes Prath- .
Fort Meade and T. J. Darling, of been of short! duration she has
Mansfield, Ohio are among the recent n-er''I', made numerous friends
FORGIVE" also A FOX NEWS No.'I visitors registering in the tourists with her sunny disposition. The B. S. MILLER LAID TO REST I Knox Knit Silk Hose For Men
Y 95.THURSDAY. book at the chamber of com groom I is employed by the Atlantic
I merce room. Coas Line Railway in- the capacityof FUnjaman. S. Miller passed beyond :
The many friends of :Miss Anna bri'''"> foreman, which position hens Wednesday at the ripe old age of 77 Black, Wllite and Cordovan $1.00 ;,
MARY MILES MINTER in "JUDY B. Watterman of Boston Mass., will!! > h.Id for some years. After the years. Mr. and Mrs. Miller came
OF ROUGES HARBOR." be pleased to learn that she is considering I jwoddiif ceremrnv the happy couple here from Kansas about eight years
I bringing her mother to Kis- repaired nt once to the home -on Bermuda ago. Two "ears ago Mrs Miller an-
also I simrnee to spend! the winter months avenue which the groom had swered the last call. Mr. Miller continued Men's Light Weight Union Suits "
A TWO BIG REEL COMEDY. Miss Watterman is a talented musi- nrep".red for his bride. in good health till recently .
"OH. GIRLS." I I c'nn and has been connected with ----. when he suffered a stroke of paral- .
;Rollins College at Winter Park till SPURGEON-CRAFTON NUPTIALSMiss ysis. His death was very sudden Two standard brands of Men's Lfjght Weight
FRIDAY and his surviving children live in
I I last !season when she resigned to open ,
"BLIND YOUTH" star cast. Also a studio of her own. Bessie Jean Crafton became Kansas none of them were at his Union Suits $1.50 and $1.75Women's i
the bride of Ralph H. Spurgeon of bedside.A ...
' A BIG TWO REEL COMEDY. I Mrs Lulu Montanye Perry, who t\\
I Orlando. Thursday evening( at a short funeral service was held
Was called here recently the deathof
by .
"FARMYARD FOLLIES" 'pretty home wedding, Rev. O. B. at the cemetery Thursday, conductedby ti
her Mrs. Ilo comb has
sister returned Falls performing the' Rev. W. 11. Coleman when the i
ceremony. ,
SATURDAY to her home in New York
I Black Silk Hose
I The bride was appropriately dressed remains were laid to rest. i iI
, TOM MIX in "THE UNTAMED' city. Mrs. Perry is a fiction writerof in a stylish coat suit of navy I II '
note and is the editorial
ALSO A BIG TWO REEL COMEDY. staff of the Pictorial Review edi- I blue r
as bought on lower market $1.50
I Immediately after the ceremony ,
{ *4 "A PARCEL POST HUSBAND"i tor of the Alarm Clock Department.She ,refre"hmenh'were served to the S i .o

i, is an old-time friend of Mrs. D. {company and the happy couple 'left i I Will growveryj fine heads set this

. MATINEE EVERY DAY 4 P. M. I G.several Wagner'weeks and while was in her Kissirnknee.HWAKUP guest for. |for their home in Orlando. I month in your section. Early Jersey On display, complete line of Muslin Gowns, v
Those attending the wedding were and Charle on \W kefield. Flat
-- - I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crafton R. M. Dutch. Exnr*ss $2. per thousand, $1.50 and $1.75 ;
Crafton, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mc- I, prepaid mail 300. $1.00: 500, 1.60
Mahnn Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tucker 1000. $2.50. Georgia: Whitehead and Muslin Underskirts $1.50 and $2.50
I,,and son, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Buncombe collards same nrice.
424t. Moultrie, Georgia

O. B. FALLS Pastor. ;1

'Sunday school. 9:45: a. m ST. (Written for lout weekThe .) Just received three shipments of ribbons
Graded classes and ,
Lupfer, jr., supt. Mothers'-Teachers club has
competent teachers for all ages. begun the study of Child Welfare which we bought since the decline in t
and watch 'em slide down Preaching, 11:00 a. m. Rev. J. W. the department under the chalrmiin- :
Mitchell. D. D.. of Jacksonville, editor ship of MrS': James Earle Lupf!r. silks' -Our ribbons are made '!, i
of Florida Baptist Witness with session at the ,
Granulated Sugar _______.___________nn________$ .14 Evening service, 7:30.: Hart Memorial an interesting building. The,sneakers by the people that make S

...' 8-lb Pail Lard _______________________________________ 1.69 Rev. Mitchell is a vigorous thinker of the afternoon were Misses!
and a forceful speaker. This is his Virginia Tiller and Albina Smith. the C. M. C. thread "
15-tb Peck Irish Potatoes _n_____ _nnnnn. .47 first visit to Kissimmee. You will Miss Tiller gave a helpful talk, I i

> 2-4-tbs Gold Medal Flour __nnnnnun 1.90 miss a treat if you fail to hear him. bringing out the facts gleaned in .
Prayer and business meeting (es. school.] She
\ 24-lb Best Self Rising ____uuuuuhu_____ 1.80 sentially important) Thursday even- her stressed study the at the value summer of physical culture r

Michigan Navy Beans __--____________--____----_______ .10 I ;ng at 7:30.MEASURING. and said that mothers were advised -

'. ; Baby Van Camp Milk ___________ ____ __________ .W SOCIAL to dress their little girls in
for school these -
bloomers as gp"ments
Tall Pet Milk __--__--_--______--_____--_--1__u______ .15 I NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT I, were especially fitted for the Lyles V. Story

Fancy Head Rice. 10 Ibs_______________________________ .95 The Dorcas class of the First Baptist purnose.Miss Albina Smith the county

Senate Coffee .49 I church will give a measuring home demonstration agent made a
'social at the Hart Memorial
Maxwell House _____________________________________ .49 l evening Oct.8 beginningat talk] fm milk as an article of food.
building tonight, and giving its value in the diet for
Del Monte Coffee best --__--__--____--____--____----__ .49 7:30: o'clock. grown-ups as well as children.

\ Arbuckles Coffee ____________________________________ .35 for Five every cents person a foot and will one be cent charged for Total stocks of frozen and cured! & Company! I !

: "WE=; SELL II FOR CASH each inch over a foot of height.An meats in cold storage, warehoim..sand
amusing program will be arranged parking house plants on September -
refreshments served. 1. amounted to 9'7 OOO.OOO k
Everyone is cordially invited to be pounds.. This amount was 83000.000
1 present. 42-2t. I pounds less than on S -pt. 1. 1919,
'j: TAYLOR'S II I and 58.000,000' pounds less than on Kissimmee Floridar
i The Gazette's; job department is the same date in 1918. Poultry i
I equipped to do all kinds of job printing I I shows a decrease of 11,600.000; iJc"
j I on short notice and at with +
. KISSIMMEE HAINES CITY prices. We make a reUOnablf'j' pounds -- a year ago.
,, loose leave. for led ers. Tomorrow last day to register.;
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EXCLUSIVE ,NEWS IN CAUSES OF TOWN GROWTH" ing- for AIL." No pains were sparedin This"Means You.

THE TAMPA"TIMES [ Florida's Greatest Charity I Orlando- growing 'so- fast that it men acquiring as would such accelerate institutions!the growth and, When. you. ret-up-with a bad> tast ,1

would be a very, difficult matter to and in presenting such attractions as in your mouth, a dull tired feeling:, 1\t
The, T i iewspaperthatpublis l suggest anything that could make it would lure them on. Now Orlando relish for food and are 'constipaUed.
ly Florida s grow very much faster/--Orlando could'' the because its you may know that you need a ,
the David Lawrence political letters Marcus C Fag state superintendent -lis known everywhere in Florida. rest on oars, of Chamberlain Tablets. They
of the Children's ]Home Socie- I Mr. ; s"All, the credit for Reporter-Star. !attractions are so great -that settle dose
This exclusive feature is the stand' I cause'an agreeable move- ,:
record I And what makes Orlando ? not only
grow ment will flow toward the city unasked ,
of servIce theChildren's
the fine of
of Florida has recently.completed ,
:by with Times readers, who are kept ty Just Because it has attained such vitality ment of 'the bowels but cleanse and
a but does it do soT Orlando
the with the lineup his\ first ten years of service Home Society ,of Florida, the stomach and improve ..!
lor thebig fight between Cox -andHarding. to the homeless, orphan, neglected, during the past ten years, belongs to which that magnetism has .developed, presents a telling object lesson in the invigorate digestion.The .
irresistibly attracts home- '
'town which and
afflicted, abused and abandoned little thousands of our friends who have every
children from section of the contributed the funds to make our seekers and investors While the site town will do well. to study; and emulate.
With the full day and night reports every United Stares imported 268.-
for without on which the city is built is pretty, .-SUrke Telegraph..
entire state.During possible, publicityour
of The Associated Press, full It is not more so than that of many 018 bales of cotton from Egypt during -
membership in the Newspaper Enterprise : these years exactly 7,217 of work would never have been towns: which lag behind. It was the the period from Sept 1, 1919, to
association, and exclusive these little'ones. in distress and'ntc'ed known and supported as it is today. Yet thousands of
indomitable We confidence 29 1920.
grit of the founders of are proud of the doctors . May ,
publication- rights: to the articles of have received the aid; care and attention My line group of the thirty workers the city. that gave it a start, because druggist: and the public haveIn bales of American cotton. are stored
home have done -work.
So. really
some of the bent political writers in of the Children's 666 Chill warehouses
did all they could to attract and Fever Tonic -adv. in
America The Times is a highly' interesting ciety of Florida, practically every "If the people of Florida believein such would in the _-
men as help -
; 'newspaper for any Flori- one of these cases! having had the our work I am sure we will hove building There used be up- j .).
|..0 a aayinK'that
dim. No other daily in the state personal attention of "Daddy Fagg." I a greater: support and a greater "if Orlando does not see whatIt
will watch the moves and countr- During\ this! same period Mr. Fagg: service in the ten years to come. wants, it is not backward in ask-
moves of the presidential campaign ban raised exactly $443,673.32, ai-I I The past ten years have been the
so closely. most half a million dollars! to best ten years of my life and I hope T
p The Times will be sent anywhere to these, little future citizens a fair I to put in ten times as many right SUFFERINGS ENDED I
in the state from now until after the chance in life-practically all of this I i, here in Florida, the finest place on
election for $1,86-8 David Lawrence money being raised through personal I earth." I
letter and other fine features letters of appeal- as the Home The Children's Home Society of AFTER
after' the returns are in. 43xx Society employs no solicitors of any Florida was organized eighteen SEVEN YEARS
License Notice
I' kind, anywhere. The income of the years ago, and is directed bv a boardof

To get rid of worms in childrentrive' I !Society': has increased by leaps and forty of Florida's leading citizens, Mrs. Phillips' Rheumatism Was Gone" .
them White's Cream Vermifuge. I bounds, during: these ten years-the the officers being: Judge William H. '
j The little sufferer improves at once largest amount that had tc'vert- >en I Baker of Jacksonville, president; I' One Month After She Started

and soon becomes healthy, active and received in one year before Mr. Hon. W. A. Blount of Pensacola, vice Oa T aalac."I .
roburt. Price 35c. Sold by Rober- Fagg's coming: to the work being: I president; Arthur G. Cummer and J,
son's Pharmacy. ** $3,700.00. During 'the first, year Mr. ''II. McLaurin, vice presidents; R. V. have been taking Tanlac only

I Fagg secured over $15,000, or five Covlngrton, treasurer; Frank G. one month, but already it has put an Please take notice that Occupation
",. Farmers' Bulletin No. 511, a reissue of- times as much as in any previous Johnson, secretary; George W, //Har- end to a cane of. rheumatism that
by the U. S. department I(''Yt'arsand so far this year Supt. dee, assistant secretary; Arthur Y. had been troubling me 'for seven

agriculture, Washington, D. C., gives 1 Fagg has secured over $80,000, and I Milam, counseller. Senator DuncanU. years," wan the statement made re- Licenses are due and payable on October -
conclusive evidence that adequate I the best months for the securing Fletcher and Won. Cary A. Har- cently: by Mrs' Helen Phillips, who .
records are necessary to the efficient funds this year still remain. This dee are among the directors. The resides at 2407 Durham Street, Tam-
management of any business. This of I wonderful increase in support indicates Children's Home Society of Florida pa, Florida."I first. All parties operating without -
outlines principles
publication something: of the interest and i is a state-wide and undenominational wa sail crippled up with muscuar -
simple farm book-keeping. ._ I confidence that the people of Florida I work for the care of the homeless, rheumatism that had been bothering -
have in this great work-penerally orphan and needy children of the me for so long: I had little such licenses after that date are in
..... now conceded to be "Florida's Greatest state, and is supported entirely and hopes of ever getting: : well. It was'
Takes Off Charity." only by voluntary contributions of worst in my arms and legs and at
Worry A number of children cared for 1 money, food and clothing. Funds, timeR I could scarcely get around. direct violation of the Law and will
Flesh Faster Than by the Society has increased from provisions of every kind, and wearIng My right shoulder also. hurt terriblyand I
apparel of size and kind, it was all I could do to move
only 33. little younll'I'tf'r8-the year : every my
Nature Can Put before Mr Fagir took charge of the are urgently needed and will be arm about. Naturally, I had gotten: be subject to prosecution if said licenses -
It On work-to 344 during the first year's gratefully accepted at the headquarters into a badly run-down condition and ;
service, and 1I2R during 1919-and of the Society, 428 St. James felt weak and worn outall the time '
--- over .a thousand little ones duringthe Bu'lclmg.' Jacksonville, Fla.. right Then, to make matters worse, I had are not paid during the month
the influenza and it left weaker
first eight and one-half months now. me '
The lira of most women are this. year. than ever. Mv appetite got so poor

full of worry. Men's troubles are Without going into any detailed Chemist Is Public that I couldn't] cat enough to keep of October.
II Says 42.61C.
bad enough, but women's are statistics the record of these ten up my strength and I was getting ,
sick. of service of Florida's needy worse 1 so rapidly that I realized.80methinll' .
Worry makes years
wor e.
women orphan and homeless children shows Benefactor had to be done."I L. BANDY) 1
It them down and in their
pulls Tanlao] do .
-that of the 7.217 'little one in saw highly recommended -
weakened condition they arc subject need-hundreds of homeless children "Beinjr a doctor, and suffering for for people in a run-down I
to all the pains, aches, weak- have been placed in homes for adoption many years with stomach trouble) Ifeel condition that I took it to build me I Collector.

oaeea that are peculiar to the sex. I and permanent love, care, education I I cannot do )justice to so greata up. not having any idea it would
I and opportunity-these little help my rheumatism, but it has done
Most women neglect their public benefactor in writingMayr's
hones having been saved from both. I am simply overjoyed at my
health and for this neglect they II poverty Wonderful Remedy is everything
wonderful I
improvement julttfeel
i vice. ignorance and degradationand and
claimed] for it. I
can now
the penalty. If a woman asks you that I almost] life
,ay from the jaws of d..ath-to eat and relish victuals I have not am starting
', her neighbors she finds that Dr. lives of joy, comfort and useful I Ii ) dared to eat in many years. Am over> again. The rheumatism pains
Pierce's Favorite Prescription i citizenship. | feeling ]like newly born." It- is a have all gone and I am as active alI
benefits a woman's whole system. I Hundreds of fatherless] kiddies !simple harmless preparation that ever was. My appetite is just
hnve been cared for through the I removes the catarrhal mucus from splendid and everything I eat agrees
AQ druggist Flutter tablet form. Children' Hoarding Home, for wid- the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation with me perfectly. That tired, weak -
|low, d mothers, who otherwise would I which causes practically feeling has left me and I nowfeel] E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY

COLUMBUS, GA.-"T>octor Pierce's have otherwise loot their little on" I all stomach liver and intestinal] ailments wall and strong in every way. I JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA
Favorite Prescription did me a nermnnentlv. Hundreds of homes including appendicitis. One think so much of Tanlac that I have COMPLETE PBHTILIZKRH ,
world of good. I h"\'" in thin way been saved instead I( dose will convince or money refund several of my friends taking it and" i l leach CBHTlLIZEtl MATERIALS
I was suffering of destroyed. ed. J. Z. Roberson, and druggists one is highly pleased with it. SPRAYERS
with inward I Hundreds of little sick and afflict-1, everywhere. Tanlac is sold in Kissimmee by J. INNKCTICIDRM, .
;l weakness and ed.! crpp'ed:: and deformed, diseasedand /. Roberson and Central Drug Store, POULTRY SUPPLIES

i t caused m e emaciatedchildren have received I SANITARY LAWS FOR AUTO and in St. Cloud by the St. Cloud'harmacy 'Writ '..1.__< PrlM IJ.I. !'..lh. Ca>M.*. -b.< .H_. .l....r. 1. !!_ wllh Quilt.. .
#se I ;
v to be extremely) medical care", hpspital care, special < CAMPS -- .
operations, treatment for hookworm
nervous. M y trachoma etc., and have been ReppH. indicate that tourist tray
back ached and saved! from lives of pain, misery el in 'Florida this winter will !I"
i 1 had severe and death itself. heavier; than any year heretofore. It'

4 W % pains in my Himd-..ds of others have been sent< is believed that 'the season will open
side. I was rest to Knee'al; industrial and training! earlier and "JUI less and could schools] in all parts of the rountrv. rate increases in railroad and Pull
not sleep well. to learn tra-lee, secure education: man travel, come rumors that more Black Powder

I was greatly in need of lielp so and become "Kjlf-suoporting and! useful auto parties are to journey South- ;
decided to try the 'Favortt o. Prescription men and wom"n. ward. > The influx-of motorists' has Waterproof
and it was just exceh-nt Hundreds of others have been aid- given rise to 'many municipal auto '
in restoring me to health. It male :rd: in ways too numerous' to mention camps and cities all over Floridi
The Society has known no creed, have prepared or already hold out
different .
feel like .
me a persoD.Ibs. spent the creed of ."Service to oth- to the public, attractive camping j
GoINS 841 28th St.
: TS," and each little needy youngsterhas !grounds. a ,
been given just the help and Realizing the potential dangers to j
'i .Mention that was needed regardlessif travellers and residents from care-
I SEEDSPlant : : i its cost. lersness and neglect in the disposalof -

Ten years ago the Children's wastes the Florida] State Board
Martin's Hy-Test Seed for "*'me, Society of Florida was in of Health is alert to protect its r"o-
good results.! Jel't. two thousand dollars-didn't pie and visitors. The board recently f
seed for Fall Plant-
& Field
Garden :
even own its! own typewriting ma- promulgated regulations pertainingto
ing. I' C'hinp-lInoJ had but 155 contributors these camps. The bureau of sanitary -
Seed Oati Rye Barley Rape.
- -
in all t the state. engineering; directed by Chief
New Crop Turnips, Cabbage, EggPlant -
Pepper< Beans. I Today the Society does not owe Engineer George W. Simmons is
Peas, Potatoes and Onion Seta one dollar, has property, buildingsand preparing to enforce the regulationsthis
Largest and oldest established seed equipment thdt is valued at winter and thus prevent the
\ house in the Statebend practically one hundred thousand o""ad> of infection bv carelessness.The < .
for Fall catalog and Seed dollars; has eight separate buildingsfor enforcement of auto camp rulings -
t special.E. its work in Jacksonville and a call for co-operation in behalf
large branch home in Florida; has of (every ourist entering the state
A. MARTIN SEED CO. thousands of contributors in every and bv abidingby a few simple rulings -

t. Jacksonville : : : Florida town and hamlet in the state, andWINCNFt !! they will lessen greatly the possibilities -
of chance infection.
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ism 'I

Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer.
It relieves pain and soreness caused

L by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, 1F- .
V etc.-adv.


fk Just as Easy to Grow Cane There

A. In Cuba Says Letter Shot-Shells

y To The Star. Money-Back .

Reading an article on "Cuban

K' II Sugar"; recently in The Star, I feelI You can get yor.r money back for The Black Sheila We make exactly the .
must say a few words about the '
resources of our own country. The if, for any reason at all, you don't like them. Just tame guarantee with

v state of Florida, with its Everglades, bring back the unused part of the box, and we will
the richest land in the world could 'US'CARTRIDGES
and should be made the "sugar bowl"of refund to you, without question, the price cf the

America, as it in just as easy to whole box. There i. no 22 Long
grow sugar in Florida as in Cuba.
R. Our young men do not realize whatis The Black Shells have reached so high a state of Rifle cartridge at accurate .

R.i in store for them if they only had"backbone" perfection in waterprocfing, in speed, in power and at diitancei
enough to stand a few 50:: to 250 yard a.U. S.
years of hardship to accomplish for in urn ornutyat ws:: can make this unlimitedguarantee. 2'' N. R.A. Long Rifle i ,

Scissors That Will themselves as well as helping develop ]- Let mok Cartridge This
this great: country of ours.I .
ii 50 more yarJa of accuracy
rat Cut CobwebWONDERFULLYserviceable would like the young men to investigate -
a this -.BLACK SHELLS than hat hitherto 1'I
sugar proposition.
There are rich companies ready to ) i been posiitle: with 22

Winchester help finance any one who is willingto ) SmoU.iejj- and Black Powder rim-fire ammunition.

of razor give up luxuries and help developthe Solid Millet for
{ state of Florida. Our forefathers Try The Black Shells, if you don't know them. You can target
sharpnessf orfilmiestfabrics. Good
4 stout house- who discovered and settled this country pet load for every Lind of shooting, ia smokeless or workHollowpoint
get your
hold scissors for whatever comes along. Scissor for us would laugh: at what we bullet for small game.
for everything! rail!! hardships today. Think of developing Dla.; rpowdtrar! Cost no more. A,k for
r I a land with fine roads, high UNITLD STATES CARTRIDGC COMPANY, N.w York,Manufacturer. circular, C-93.
?: See them here this week ('lass drainage and use of latest implements -
-Cutlery Week-alongwith Ctunm in and got a uopf ./ The V. :So oIoA1. Lav Book -FREE.
such gasoline tractors,,
as :
.4 other
new Winchester In the window '
Cutlery. -on I etc.-all .
this the finest climate in
the counter-all displayed for your convenience. the world. Working in under such con- OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO., Kiuimmec Fla. W. B. MAKINSON CO., Kill llUllee, Fla.

f" Come ia today and see us for better scissors ditions ought not to be hard for any S. F. Tram Co. Cocoa, Fla. J. S. Stone Melbourne, Fla.

one. to Young do the people hardest are always things willing for- W. A. Brown Cocoa: Fla. H. M. Sallie Sebastian, Fla.

THE OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY notoriety, like walking\ Florida, as A. E. Mathew & Co. Eau Gallie, Fla. Got Thomas Sharps, Fla.

j't f. the two young: girls did this summer. Chas. E. Sand Fort Pierce, Fla. J. E. W. McCuIler. Vero, Fla. ,
! k KISSIMMEE, FLA. How much more profitable it would
have been to raise a crop of potatoes.I Gifford Trading Co. Gifford, Fla. L. D. Cox, Vero, Fla.

t sincerely hope this may interest ladiai River Naval Stores Malabar, Fla. W. M. Stewart Vero, Fla. >1. ;;
THE 7i'FNCHSr$* STORE some young men.-Mrs. J. W. Rice,
!in Washington ( D. C.) Star. Terry's Cask It Carry Store Melbourne, Fla. A.-J. Byrd Vero, Fla. I' ;,1"
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OATS FOR WINTER GRAZING SCHOOL TIME' IS HERE 1 A .COMINLREVIVAL, there,' fair as 'th. morn, Jesus Christ i' r-- .,, ..

I the Son of God. And there I found .

HOW DOCTORS'TREATCOLDS 'AM th. By Mo--FOI80m.; By Moses Folsom. I the truest friend that man' ever flE1TEIITHAtI.I
autumn month draw
near, "TI education the l Various Jacksonville
the 'forma common. churches of I knew. And I discovered that the
of winter' becomes
,subject -
pasturage mind t have arranged with "Billy" Sundayto in 'me how live
I Bible teaching to ,
and timely.. Those
important Just as the twig is bent, the tree is conduct "a series ,of meetings in had taught roe how to die."
who possess weUfilled silos are fortunate inclined."-..Alexander Pope. I that city in November. Ills comingand WHISKEY FOIKCOLDSANDJLU

and have not much to worry "Educatlion is our only political work will be more than a local :." In all malarial countries the pop.

about, but farmers with no such sup. all is deluge I lIar, remedy is Hnrbine.' findit
safety. Outside this ark event. It is to be a general. get-to- People
'. ,AND THE FLU ply of succulent winter feed need to /-Horace Mann." gather movement. a good medicine forpurlfylR<< the

get busy; says J. B. Thompson for- 'That' ,there should one man die There is evident need of an American -'system and warding: off the disease

are crop !specialist at the University ignorant who has, capacity for revival. The smallest annual i Price 60c Sold by Roberson's Phar ..

first Step in Treatment Is a Brisk of. Florida. knowledge, this I .call a tragedy."- increase in Protestant church mtesnbership i macy. .5I
:XTe-w Called
Purgative With Oalotabs, the One of the moat common and satr Thomas Carlylo. in the United States for i , Elixir, :Aspiron 1

Purified and Beflned Calomel Isfactory means of providing1! this "Education is a better safeguardof thirty years is recorded for 1919 in BJ, Medicated :With LatesU 1

Tablets feed is by planting a winter'palture liberty than a standing: army. If statistics compMed by Dr: H. K. Car-. Scientific Bemediea Usedi .'
that are Nausea crop of oats, rye or rape Oats is we retrench the wages of the schoolmaster roll, who prepared the first officialU. I-AGRICULTURAL POINTERS ,

less, SoTa and Sure. usually the most satisfactory It we must raise those of the S. census of religions,' and niade and Endorsed 'by: Euro- -

should be remembered, however, that Edward Ev nublic the Christian Herald. The
recruiting sergeant. by .
'sq. toean and :American'Arm.1t': 'I
/Doctors hove fo-md l>y cxperlenes: this crop requires a fairly fertile soil erett. Increase for 1919 was only 56.900. as By Lee H. WC"Diy. Aftat .
that : colds that ia capable' of retaining moisture- Burgeons to Cut Short; .
no medicine for and influenza "If we work upon marble it will compared with the average increase "
can bo depended for full effectiveness An application of stable manure on brass time for the ten of At the meetlngof the County Commissioners '
upon perish; if we work upon years previous 171,947. Cold and Prevent Compli-t .. ,]
until the liver la made thor the present or previous crops insures will efface it; if we rear temples, The downward turn started he said. on Monday, October <4th.< :
oughly notivc. That is the first a better yield. There are a numberof the commissioners saw fit to go on .eatfo 'f
why they will\ crumble to dust; but if we 1918. when the increase was 155,000 I . ,,
step in the treatment is tile new, nausea-- varieties that are adapted to our work immortal minds, if we members. ,record of sending a county exhibitto _ <

loss colomcl ta" lets called Cri.lotabn, conditions, among them beinpr Fulg- 'rnbue upon them with principles, with the Like Dwight L. Moody; Win. A. the State Fair in Jacksonville : Every Druggist: in IT. 8. In..
which n ro free from Ihn ickoniiij and hum. Appier Burt or OneHundredDay November 18th to 27th 1920. They
( lust fear of God and love of our fel. Sunday began his career in Chicago,
weakening effects of tho old atylo calo, Winter Turf, or any of' the different lowmen, we engrave on those tablets both under the auspices of, the Y. have sufficient funds to send a !, atrncted to Refund Pried ,
met. l>octors also point ovt tile fact strains of the so-called Red creditable exhibit to this fair, and it "
something which will brighten to all M. C. A., the former graduatingfrom IWhile You Wait at Count.
that an od i''o liven: may go a Inn;: way Rust Proof variety. Winter Turf eternity."-Daniel Webster. a clerkship in a shoe store, and is the duty of each and everv growerof Y

towanla proontiiij; inflnur., ant. is one oats is a good variety for grazing, The schools arc Ktrrtintr now after the lattor! as an expert runner of a the county to see this thins terlf Belief DoesNot Cornel

of tho moat important fnctnra in enabling the otner varieties! which may also the vacation of he svmmer. l>o baseball club.William {I through in the best way possible. I \Within Two Minutea.'I .

the patient to IMu'rl'ssfully'ith I be utilized; for pasture, produce more narents know the teachers who will A. Sunday was born in a'j': Your county agent will be in chargeof -- f|--T,_M j I I' .'

stand un attack and ward off pneu I grain.In have charge of their children thi; log; house near Arm's, Iowa, Nov. 19! the exhibit and will\ call\ on you Delightful Immediate

monia. : Florida the best time to plant fall and winter? Do they know the 1862. the third son of a father who for your assistance. Can I dependon Taste.

Ono Pnlotab on tho tongue at brl 1 j is October or eanly November. The condition of the school building and was a private soldier in Company E. you to help out ? It will be a Belief, Quick 'larm-Up.

time with) a awallonof water-tliat' seed should be sown' on well prepared grounds ? Are their children physically 3rd Iowa regiment in the Civil ,big undertaking to carry an exhibit t .1

all. No silts: no nuusea; nor the aliRht- i I Roil at the rate of one and one-half fit for the tasks before them ? War and died of fever in a "amp In''''to this fair and will require lots of !ffhe sensation, of tho year! In tbd '

est interference with your entiiifr, pleasure ',I to two bushels per acre. The seed Fathers aad mothers need to consider Missouri one month after Billy was real hard work. If the exhibit will drug trade 1. Aspironaf, the twomiauta 'J

or work. Next inoriihiK your cold< may be either sowa broadcast and seriously' the training: of their born. be a success, all depends on the ac. cold and cough rollover, authoritatively .

ban vanished, :your li\'<-r {4 active i your covered with a disc or heavy harrow children and the children of their "Billy" as he Is now known the tion of every grower In tho county I guaranteed bjr the laboro.

system is purified, and ymi are feeling ,, or put in with a grain Under community, get in the schools. If ,','orld over, learned life's fundamental 'Get vour produce in shape to show tories; tested, approved and most 4

floe, with a hearty appetite. for fcreakfa average conditions the crop will ba they are poorly taught time ix waited .- lessons in the school of poverty ,as quickly as passible for I will be' enthusiastically enjersed, by the Iilgu- 1 i

t. DriifjpiHts sell C'alotnhs only ia ready to grar.e three or four months and the usefulness and happinessof ind toil. When he was 10 years old around for the articles you have. cit authorities, and proclaimed by .l j

original sealed packages, price thirty- 'after planting., the man or woman of tomorrow >
five cuiitn. Your money win! be cheerfully are diminished to a degree hard to to the Home for Soldiers' Children II citrus in all its phases, dairy pro. quick sad effective a* whisker, rock '-Ji

refunded if you do not find them. 666 quickly relieves Constipation: tstablished. The great hope of the at Glenwood Iowa. and later ducts, bees, hogs and cattle and any and rye, or any other cold and eougu f

deli !Jtfl.l.- (Adv.) Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and country, the tov/n the city, the ferred! to the State other thing that will show the natural remedy they have !ever tried. \

1 Headaches, due to Torpid LiTer.-adv. state, the nation. the world, is Htnkd Davenport. When he was 14 trans-I resources of our county will bo I, All drug stores are now suppliedwith \

in the welfare of the children of ,lei be 'was janitor in a nodded to carry out a successful ex-I the wonderful new" elixir, BO all .

the schools. cerning: which he said: "I used to i hibit.I von have to do to get rid of that cold

All over this broad land of ours get up at two o'clock\ in the morning. ,I have lust received notice from I. t. atop into the nearest drug store. 1

are men and women whe choose not .. there were fourteen stoves and i the Experiment Station in Oainesvflle. hand the clerk half a dollar for a bottle f

to know rather than know, who coal had to be carried for all of i: that thin county is entitled to of Aspiremal and toll him to serve you Of
i and'' send, a pig club boy to the short two teaspoonfuU with four teaspoon. '
to fear fact allow them. I had to swc-pp the floors
seem any new or .
IIIII any new understanding to get into keep the rooms warm, and I didn't riven!" at the University. December ful of water in a gl.... With your I

their heads who avoid improvementand nave much chance to study." 6ti, for the boys' pig club of thi watch in :your bond take the drink .

take all sorts of pains to justify At 20 years of age he was at staN All his expenses will be paid at one swallow and call tor your money; ':
back In two minutes 1
-- their position and bolster up their Mrrshalltown, Iowa, doing odd jobs by the state. Now I am anxieus for :you cannot
-Ci.1 \ ind like other alert fellows some worthy boy in this county to feel your cold fading away like a dresni!
this young
: ignorance. Those who take : within
the time
limit. Don't be 1
; have the chance bashfol -*
around to to the State
1't&' stand are like the justice of the layed ball on vacant lots go for all
a' A. - t. the the attention of University for the purpose of attending druggists invite yon and
city t
F'OO neace who listened to the prosecuting -
[) to try It. :
expect you
F : ; Ererybodr'aJ
:::,..-......-_ attorney and then refused to Capt. A. C. Anson, of the Chicago this important eou'se of so doing it.When.
hear the defense. Haying: "I've made White Sox." because of hU ability much interest. I will be glad to have
your cold or Is
:-.:::- in runnior bases and in 1883 he was some applications for this free trip cough r4.
and if I listen
mmd. to take
Hived the
-..,: up my you I ) remalader of the
: bottle
...-==-..'::::-I I 1 will gut confused and all mixed up nlaytne with success in the big Chi-1 to Gainesville. Don't put this off home to your wife and babies, foe
field and the acknowledged I have been requested to pubhsh
aJPaln.: ago Aspironal 1* by far the safest and lOon ...
The old way is good enough to sprinter of the National league. I a list of Horns crops that can be effective the easiest to take and ta. i
After five with the Chicago slanted l this month as follows: Cab.
I hat class who forgot the fact that years most agreeable cold and eough remedy
club he played in turn with the Pittsurf bitge plants, cauliflower seed, radishes 'J
the new is alwayp comIng to the for infants and chI1drea.-Actr.), .'
Every Granule front. You can make a good: denl and Philadelphia teams. Whenn onions turnipn, lettuce, for LJ//

more out of a child by educating it, Chicago he attended services one truck crops, and rye, rape and oats ".

than by not educating it, just as you n-ght at the Pacific Garden Rescue for winter grazing. I would like to mxmbm or saUl Hoard waos* torn of i

Health improve a potato liy cultivating it. 'Mission was converted and'r .'.- 1 lay emphasis on these winter crops .office expires on said I day, and to
Full :
there ranauot Both other buslttess am
There is no royal way to education during four years he refused to as should be more nlanting of > came before said meeting.At mayroperly '!

other things oan be taken by mainstrength play on Sundays. Asking: a winter cover crops used for grazing I such election each and every .,,.....
with butknowledge from a three years' contract with the when other grasses are wanting. acrt of land in the Otstrlut ahall represent -
or bought ,
and every granule is eatable is only had from money study Philadelphia club he entered evangej j Rye makes! an excellent sod and pasture e Ith.d one share to on.and vote each trt owner person ahull ur '.:'aIb. 1

mil application liatic work. in face of an offer of j through the winter months for ,b>' proxy In writing duly signed for 1

for there is no waste to The world is in r a condition of widespread '?,500 from the Cincinnati club. i, hogs and cattle to graze on.Don't every aci"a..rJ land, owned b, saiduwluer '.1

unrest, uncertainty and dis This he declined and accepted a position j forget the fair, and that vou The person I In latrlet.receiving the highest .1' ,

order. After all, it .. not so nvuch as an assistant secretary wth are to help in every way possible. number of votes at said election shall I
what ails the world a1 what a I best in the South till* llti nay of October. 1820 '
"lonth. His baseball friends thought and a good way
you. If you are right you can help By order of the Uoard of Supervisor )
GrapeNuts make the world right: Men to do '-H was his finish. to put Occrola on &he man is by ",

-iifht must think clearly judg'wisely One day he had a call to lead a showing! them in Jacksonville whatwe i HKAI,) HKNMHT H. BVKKY. )
and act sanely in not only c-vival in a church at Garner, Iowa. can produce in the cosinty. If 48-21 Secretary.IN '

lirertinu' school matters but the affairs by a preacher who had attended one you have something to show' be sure I THK CIRrl'IT COURT UP THIS
of "Billy's" meetings in Chicago. It and let your county agent know .nut ":%'1 KKiviii jtnUiAi. ciHIII 4 ,
of the state nd the business
Children love
sweet such that other calls about it. 1.
policies of the government. was a success OI.4 40UNTV, KI.OHIHA. IIV
You wonder the is followed until now after more than CHA CKHV. FOHl CL.OSUHGl Otf :
may why world (Written for last week>
nut-like flavor it is MWHTUAiiH.
ready ;0 of almost ceaseless preach-
years j
ooorly governed why inclinable! men If you want to grow !reed Irish _
get power, why iniquitous busmees -tg he is perhaps the most widely nntatoes. don't forget that good I). M. ""KTRI C.SBS>l.lMa4,
cooked and need Christian leaderin :.. ,
no sugar known and unique
practices are continued, and.why earnest drainage is important. Supply
you IDA M. KK1J.V. Jolswd fcr her .
be added in and honest labor is poorly re America. He is a Presbyterian the j soil with humus by turning under baud. DANIHL, KKL.L.V D.f*..:=1OHDRH
serving. by Membership but preaches in
warded The answer is found ia 'I ig
a cover crop; as eowpeas or begpar- O.VLICATIO'
vivid language, of the ball field and ..
,I' norance. As long 'as we remain iginrant itreet. and irrigation and use commercial It appearing affidavit lied In the .'f
of history, of literature of fertilize. I.know of one man in, Kissirermee for going cause, that the residence oftha '
by It is claimed that he preaches! for defendants and each of them Ie.
the great laws of rtatare, of the op- who hud all these thin en ,
Postum Cereal C6Inc.BattIe CrH1t.ttlch. >>rtunities of the land and water all money ball, but he gave up a paying job mentioned, and produced' 105 barrels of.unknown twenty-one that years..oh la and over that the there ace

about us, of a knowledge of the as a player to enter a profession .f potatoes to one acre. That only Is no on* In the State of Florida,u,
certainly not a paying one. Large service of a Subpoena on whom would r;
Towing things around .8, the trees, shows what can be done in thin "
bind the It thereupon
of nave been collectedat ,
olantB and animals and know their sums mosey County of ours. Believe in your coun- (, ) .: derendallt.if.001':11. ANn HHJCKREI J
uses, and a knowledge of ourselves, his meetings but he is not a rich ty and do some work besides, and : >. that said defendanta. and 9;
--- -- -" of contributions of
most the of to the Bill
each them
man. go appear "
with forbearance add charity each H\e\ has modest see if you don't get results.I Complaint. on Monday the twentyfifth -
'or the other just so' long will in- to pay expenses. a had the elaasure of attending ameeting day of October, hloi otherwise. .""
home at Lake Wiona. Ind.. and a '
rule the alleKntlxaa of the I of Complaint -
"ompetence homes lack com- of the Kissimmeej Citrus ,
family of four children. His wife, will be taken a. confenaed.IT \
'ort and the land lag in giving of known "Ma" Sunday accompanies'him Exchange on Thursday, and am fav- 18 FIJUTHER: OlinKRED. that ',Ii
its plenty. as orably! impressed with the organization. this notice b.. published nce a week : ,',
on his trips and from all reports for four consecutive w"ek. In theKlsslntmee :
Ready made remedies for x>ur ills They 'believe in co-operation 4.
she is a helpmate worthy of Valley naaette. a newspaper -
are freely offered, but can ignorance( of what and every man connected with the of general circulation of Osoeola ,{
wisely decide what is best? The the name. Regardless may Florida Citrus Exchange!!: that has County. Florida.
the of him it cannot be O
he WITNESS the Honorable Anidrewa
hope of the world lies in education naid be is not bustier one who gives it the proper study will tell Judge; J. I.. Overatreet. Clerk..
if the whole people. No form of yon they believe the same. I urge Circuit Court deal), 'I'
worlted his to the front by
government can bring prosperity, ability and fearlessnwis. that every citrus grower who is nota 17.8t. Clerk of Court. .
happiness and to member of the become
progress<< an ignor- He was not a good batter in his Exchange, to -
mt population. Russia is a country a member as soon as possible. NOTICK KXRCUTOR' J'OH 1 1UIMHAHflH. "'N"L
but fielder few balls
.>f as great nataral resources as the ball games, as a If you have sold fruit this .
from him and a base your ...._. 'f
ever got ,
away I. t.a ( curt .r c..t Stale
United States. It is older, larger runner he was a wonder. lisa anticsin year don't make the same mistake .f Kl_... O...*l. 4:'_..,. j
ind more populous. Why is it not another year and become a memberof
the unusual but not
vealthy and powerful? Because it pulpit are a co-operation organization that In the Estate of B B. Beeland. Deceased.
than the epigramatie natureof .
'.. has an ignorant population and more so means the salvation of the citrus Industry -
his sermons from which hundredsof
"vhatejver has been done in development of thestate.. Some day you NOTICE 18 HKRRRY: GIVEN. to all
forceful axioms be oufled
must stand to the oredit of oan : will see your loss for not becoming whom It may concern that on the 7th
"Your reputation is what people of A. D, tt0, I shall
mrdTwo day October.
Get Kid of One Man Teams
English, French and German in 'ell- say about you. Your character is a member sooner, so why put if .ff npply to tne Honorable T. M. Murphy.Judgre .
ors who were able to see wealth in anv longer .and join immediately if of aatd Court. as Judge of Pro-
what God and wife know about
your bat. fur nnal Hxe- '
my discharge a.
'he mines, forests and lands, where possible .
suitor of the estate of PI. S "t
Indiana Tractor takes the place of two the native. Russian could see nothing y.u."Some instead of being a 1 have talked te a number of men dec-rased and nt the same time I.I..nd..
THE and one man at all kinds of farm worth while. Mexico is wonderfully sermons from different communities in the monnal avcounta as J:xecutprof

orchard work.: It makes it unnecessary 'ica in minerals, woods and agricul- bugle call for service, are nothing county, aad find that they are Inter- said. estate nnfl ask ror their ap-
than showers spiritual pro..1.O..t"d
pf eo-
to keep-and feed-over the winter-: four ural possibilities. Why is it back-i more ested in having formed in their community August '",t. A. !> IA10

bones that can be used only a few weeks a year.The ward ? It has an ignorant popula-i oaiae. until a co-operative organizationfor C. A. CA RRON. \
"Yoa will not have
ion. It has been mid: 1 power the purpose of buying and sell a7-11i. Hxecutor
there is nothing questionable in - --- ---- - ----
L "People talk about democracies your ing together and fostering better
republics, 'ife." OTJ'IC 01" APPLICATION' OF TAX
INnNA! empires and what not. We "The man wh. live for himself ideals for the com* unlty in which DKKIt.NOTICR .
might have the most ideal political' they live. I am anxious to help you
sole at his
alone will be mouraer IH HEREBY: p TRACTOR 'onstitution in the world and it own funeral." organize every community in this T>. A Smith purchaser ..r Tax C.*rtlfteate -
vould not raise us above the mud like county. You wilt benefit materially dated I no 3rd day of
"Some people a jackrabbit o'n.Ufit
llN1 IirJcIor :abin if the people generally were pray" from such an organization, and I June. A has flied said corW- '
/ eating cabbage. ray offIce, and has made application -
not eager for education determinedo .. "I entered the wonderful te/nple hope to soon see every communitythat for tax deed to lnnu In accordance -
Indiana Tractor pulls ovehard plows,barrows be behind no other people in resoect the of so warrants, organized in the with law Hnld cvrtlncat
and all other horse tools usedin fruit grow of scientific knowledge or cul-i Christianity through: portieo county. Make Osceola a better embraces the followlnic described
Ing. It plows with mold board or disc pulls I Genesis; viewed the art gallery of to liNe in. Talk it and property. .""Rtpd In osceola County.
ure. Wealth if thoy desire it, the Old Tentanwnt. with its wonderful I county up we Flerlda to-wlt:
harrows,cultipackerS, binders. cultivating tool. -omes out of the mind and imagina- of Jacob. Dan will soon get results. Call on your AM Block 17. of Runaymede. The
and does belt work requiring to 12 horse portraits Joseph. land assessed at the date
up 'lon. There is no wealth in the world oounty agent when you need. My said being
It iel. Moses Isaiah, Solomon and Da-1 of Issuance of said rertlflcate 'In thename
p power. uses ordiaary implements without

which does not come out of the mind vid heard in the music room of the | services are free. of lsston H. nut lint.,.. said
expensive hitohes. 'Irst of all. and without that mind Psalms; the key-board of nature All crops to do their best should certificate shall bo redeemed arcordIns -
ODe and Indiana there would h.tve been no my have ample drainage, and if ; to law. tax deed will I'sue th..roon' -
man an can work a two man property struck by the skilled hands of the you on the lath day of October. A. .
Farm; it replaces one nan and four horses on a no wealth no civilization and we Spirit of God, until every reed and have not prepared the proper drainage n. 120

six horse farm. Quit working for your horses and would still be savages." in God's great of nature for your crops, bake my advice (Circuit Court Seal )
pipe organ
work for yourself. Order. an Indiana now and "He! that has no resourc* of mind responded in sympathy with the and open up that partly closed ditch, J. L. OVKR8TRBPST .

do two men's work yourself.A ia more to be pittied than he whos harp of David and the charm of KingSolomon's or else open a new one. Provide sufficient 40-51 ___ Clerk CirqiitCourt.NOTICE !.

: in want of the necessities for the moods I walked into the drainage throughout the year TO CRDITOu1.

I'rertloMl........11 Traotvr....._...FarWEIGHS body; and to be obliged to be. our business" houces ;of the Proverbs; I and never be bothered with surpluswater I. (,...rt ..r tb..ty Jndxi'. -

Icily happiness from others bespeaks ascended to the observatory of the ; injuring, your, crops.LEGALADVER1SEMENTS, . .1. < ...t,.. Stale Kl-rl.l. '
-- -
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2500 Lbs. a more lamentable: novcrtv'han
appeared photographs
prophets, ..
that of him who begs his daily In ro Rstate of ChHrtea A,er 't Carson \ t
COSTS $990.00 of far-off events, stars all\ ,

; bread." focusseel upon one great Star which To all Creditors [......t".... Distribu 4f1t..e.
WrI.O' 'r"', _
and nil Persons having Claimsor
.- A clear colorless liquid that wiUteal \ was to arise a. an atonement (or S o1Ies!:,. Demands against aald nVtateYos. : I
God Dealers Can Secure TerritorySoutheastern, wounds, cuts, sores and galls ii sin. Then I went into the audienceroom and each of you. are hernbrmttlfled l i
the of the King of Kings and beheld I Notice I. hrebv srlven. thai on : and re ulred to present any
latest and best of 1
production from four different Thursday thf ZKth clay "f Octoht-r. A. you or
vision of : m.I'r"I; : ,4
medical Ask for :'r.o.n the
science. Liquid O 1920, at the hour of 10:01) o'clock you
Borozone, it is a marvel in fte.hi i viewpoints-from Matthew. am. at the Court Hous at TltuM- estate of Charles Averett Carson arreaaea. ; t
Mask Luke" and John. I went into Ivlllei nrevard ('ount) Florida the late of Osceola County Flor
healing remedies. Price 30c and'
69 and j! itrinuM.1 mevtlnit of the owner. of the ida. to the underalKned Executors" of .
U.20. Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy. I the correspondence room saw lan Peter, James, Paul, and Jude penning | iralnngc District will b.. held for the ''dal. hereof
i : Indiana Tractor Company Sales Iq the New York candy C'Om- their epistles to the world. I I purpo.e or flertlnK one member or Dated September 17th. A, D 1910. .
the Roarrl of Hupert'Ivors. who shall JAMES M CARSON. ?
walked into the throne and ,I
panics in July were the largest on room be a land owner or'said lstrtct. to ROT F.. OHAtJCBR.: >
record: exceedin the sales of July saw a door at the foot of a tower; serve for the term or three years an
:1'i'':l 288 Pcacatree Street Allaata Georgia 1919, by 30 per cent. and going up, I saw One standing' to suctei-d Frank I.. Bills now a 41.ft Bxecutors. l\;.'C.

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BULKHEAD CONTRACTORS tors ''were to do the entire work, consisting W. J. Steed, on behalf of the b-nd *

of building their barge Install asked the board to. allow it one'thou .
AND, .COUNCIL ,DISAGREE dredge machinery and make the sand dollars out of the publicity

twelve month. very likely donate a like amount and
hongi, a dy. We have operated d.t You can readily ''pee.'from the above it was hoped that two thousand, dol-

inoe that' time believing that you figures that if in a period of four lars, would be raised by popular' subscription -
would' furnish ua the power as con months they have only filled 7,463' making a .total of about

tracted; but instead of that 'your cu. )Ids., -make-ihe-ientire $4,000..for'bendpnrposes.On .- '
service has been a* bad if not worse fill of 380,000 cu. yds/ Would require Ii motion of' Ernest Mach, sec .

'We have waited now more than six 204 months or 17 years, at their onded by John Partin, the matter Special Prices Tires
'weeks. We have been compelled to present rate of progress; passed by unanimous consent. on

'punt at times when the city power I think it well to call the council's Supervisory of Registration Edgar 3

was so heavily overloaded that attention to this now as the time Katz, stated that on account of the

our electrical$ equipment has been for the entire completion of this large number of new names being

damaged and Is endangered. On account work expires withih two months. placed on the registration books his j

of not- having power for the Respectfully submitted work was being greatly increased

L full time as contracted, it is materially ALAN J. MacDONOUGH. and that If his salary was not raisedto : 1

increasing the cost of the work City Engineer.The $500 he would be compelled to 6,000 MILE GUARANTEE .
to us, and would hold us ;on the job resign. A motion to increase Mr. J STANDARD MADE .. o'
much longer than we anticipated. council referred' the matter to Katz's 'salary passed despite an .
We have talked to the men in charge the bulkhead committee and adjourned I objection by' Commissioner Over- .

't of your power plant and they say till Thursday evening. At that street.C. 3h3( I R. D. ________________________________$ .

they cannot guarantee any Improve- time the committee asked for more S. Acree requested that some 3Oi3/z! N. S. Clincher-------------------------------- 17.63.

ment in the near future. time before making a report which work to be done on a road in his section -
Therefore in view of this failureto was granted. which connected two of the main 31x4 N. S. Clincher_________________-_______________ 24.30 .

f urn fish power as agreed. and the The. city clerk was instructed to roads. This would enable the school 32x3/z! N. S. Straight Side____________________________ 21.85 .
previous breeches made by you under cancel warrants issued in favor of truck to make its daily trips to and .. .. ...

the contract which we have Maloney-Lupfer Company to cover from Campbell Station. 3lx4 .. .. _______.:.____________________ 28.30 5

heretofore pointed out to you we estimates Nos. 7 and 8, and to issue! Clerk Overstreet read letter from 33x4 ? ____________________________ 29.45 5
have decided not to do any further a warrant in favor of the water and Attorney Pat Johnston, which stat .. .. .. ..

, work under the (contract and we light collector for the- amount to ed that he had been over the maintenance 34x4 .. ____________________________ 30.50

rail on you now for a settlement.We cover estimates to be credited to the list and had found that some 32x4/z! ____________________________ 36.25 -
shal) expect you to pay us in account of the Maloney-Lupfer Com- of the people who getting .. ? .. ..
- full for all work done to date, pay pany for electric current furnished llief from the county were could be supported re-- 33x4/z! ? .. .. .. __ _________________________ 38.8j

: us for the dredge at cost to us, and is per conrtact.COMMISSIONERS. I bv! their own children and 34x4/z! _____'-__________________ ____ 40.2') "
the further sum of $4,000.00 to reimburse 'advised that careful revision the .. .
, us for the time and overhead TAKE a of 35x4J,1 _____--_____________________ 42.25
list be made. ... ? .. ..
expense since we have been en- ACTION ON MATTERS The bond trustees! of special raga 37x __-_________________________ 48.25 ,
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, R'Bvt'd_ pn _this world/. Immediate OF INTEREST LOCALLYiContlnui'd 'and bridge district No.2. r 35x "1 .. ____________________________ 40.75 .
We shall expect an reply strutted to borrow fnoueb money t .. ? .. .

,I from vou in this: matter. from Pane Oni-) payoff the bonds r.ndyinterest dun 36x4J2 : ____________________________ 42. ,

Yours very truly.MALONEY.LUPFER, and to. report at the pecial meetingon I ,
CO. B. II. Guy, who has been a persistent -
:Monday: next. ..1

I By S. L. Lupfer Sec A Treas. plate to advocate the school of house a road at from Kenansville his- C. F. ';Johnson editor of the ::;t'/I/ We have only a Limited: Stock at this price. Above prices
Cloud Tribune then
,, requested .
I At the request of the council!, the again appeared and stated thatif his paper Ix1 allowed 1 to send 1,000 quoted, will apply only to stock on hand.
the road was not built he would be
city engineer, A. J. MacDnnough) copies a week for six months to ,
presented a report giving the following unable to comply with the state law Uomeseekers outside of
compelling children of a certain ape LUPFER & PRATHER
data relative to the bulkhead the state! commissioners to pay j GARAGE
to to school and that others besides -
,r work as it now stands! : go for this service $1,000E G. Vans
he would be benefited bv thexowl.
Kissimmee.! Oct 1920.
Agnew representing the Kissimmt'e .
I To the Don. City Council!, KNsimmee . ; Commissioner Overstreet opposed Valley Gazette, made a similar request I ,

I Fla.Attention. this measure on the ground but was informed that the. -- -' _. ___ H_ _ __
Bulkhead (' that a great deal of road money had '
$1.000 aopropriation for theSt.? I
been in that district already. .
: Bulkhead Contract. spent Cloud Tribune, together with other '
\ Gentlemen: Pursuant to vour request However Commissioner Baisden made from the
I wish to outline theprogress I, put the motion. This was seconded appropriation .up r rAU
briefly, publicity fund would take uo the entire '
hv John Partin. Ovtrstreot and ,
of the bulkhead called
an I Chairman fund for the vear. Mr. Vans. GUNS i !
Mach voted "no and
for both in the contract and in my Agnew then asked that the $1,000
Boss decided in favor of the road.
with the
agreemeut City as City be divided between the two papers,
County Presenting Milton Pled-
,, Engineer. and that each be allowed to send out
asked the board to buy enough Models and Calibers
An investigation of the records ger 500 copies for six months. Mr. Johnson ,
sectional book cases to take care of
will show that the dredge had been objected stating that, anticipating -
the state Jaw lie said the..ebook"
in actual operation over four mnoths, .. reports. this arrangement, he had been
by operation, I mean of course, the were furnished by the state 1 1I sending out the Tribune since Juneon
actual pumping of sand and dirt for and remained the property of the Mr. Johnson's
his own initiative.
I tate, and he would like to take I
;1he fill. Including Estimate No 8 request was then granted and :Mr
I :which I am herewith submitting you proper care of them. The board 1 Vans Agnew was informed that /
passed the matter for further consideration -
will that there has been WINCHESTER
see placed
there would beno for sendingout
for- the that the ,
bv the contractors 7463 cu. vds. of reason the Gazette this I
will not he needed until. year.
,, dirt; The entire amount of fill to be payment )t .
time in December.Leo .
completed by the Bulkhead Contractors some )
;' is approximately 380,0 00 H. Wilson county agent inquired I

cu. yds.; thistwas to have been completed whether or not the Bounty II THE FORUM'I ,
5' ''by Dee. 4th. 1920. In < would send an exhibit to the tSate .
dance with the contract the contrac-at'cor-I Fair in Jacksonville next month. He '
urged the expediency of making an BE A BOOSTER
exhibit so as to be in line with other I .

We Are Now Shippin g counties. After some discussion it Mr. Editor: Last week's Gazettecontained
was decided that Mr. Wilson should a communication trying to \\06 All Gauges and Loads

u Sweet Potatoes and new Syrup pick out a good committee and get I explain the reason for the defeat of .

in barrels in car loads and less to work on the matter.Superintendent credit asked for the electric light
ear loads. write us for prices. of grades Gerald ,
plant. Oleman Sandspur seems to
,.' MIZELL EVANS COMPANY I putting Ashton was in a instructed bridge to across see about Jim have out his little hammer. If we W. B. IYIAKINSON COMPANY

i; Live Oak, Fla. Creek upon request of Joe Smith I will boost and stop knocking it .y
s II would enable our city council to
who has Narcoossee interests. "HARDWARE THAT WILL STAND HARD WEAR." .
I __ _ __H_ __ complish something. The pre aC-1 .
I council as well as the preceding 4
. ... ..... . was elected on a reform ,

'How can it accomplish anything if _. ____ __ h __. ___ _ --- -- .-- -- --- --- -- .. . .. .. .
it is to be opposed at every point in ---
i Bargains in Real Estate I I any move it makes. If our citizens is at low ebb. Shooting and trapping most capacity and several houses in suitable for rtnidrnre .r bu.U"I" ..'....-.*. :X

: had the progressive! spirit they would have practically denuded the town had to be engaged for the use month. ,lOOO.on Inrludlnfc each Internal.and U IS.eq per ,.'

z not refuse by their votes the funds! country of birds of all kind and of students. A special through car, call on or address :Mrs.If Interested Mary- )

31 Acres fronting on brick road t miles from town; 28 acres necessary to keep our public work there seems to be no way to stem which left Cincinnati Sunday morning M. l Hummer. ke4> \v. Monroe 1111'..
if the tide of destruction. France is arrived Monday evening with UPPJ:H "PLAT JackBunvlllo. KI.U. },1t ,1\k
cleared and ,fenced; good five room house, 4000..,. going we expect winter touristswe a 43-1L. !
must make our city attractive ina deploring the decrease and 'absence: large One of the best business iota in town. Fronts on Broadway. financial way as well as in ap- of bird life and, is taking* measuresto Nearly every. state in the Union anda FOR SALE Uood second-ham For<1
A picayunish attitude 4n restock and restore the vanishing number of foreign countries are cars Sum ft. KaKiliil, Phon>. to. .
E 6-room modern house, with large lot; nice shade and several : species. represented In the new registration.The :31tfFOR

fruit trees, close in. Price $2,500 for quick sale. maintenance Slaughter without limit makes foimtal opening exercises were HALF.--Hore* and Dfsb.a Inquire ..
us nowhere. game laws a farce. Wild life has no held in Knowles* Hall Wednesday of J. M XU1.T. l.-tf, '"

40 Acres 2 miles from town on brick; fenced and cross fenced WILLIE LARKSPUR. longer any defence against murderous mornnig, Sept. 22, after which the FOR RAI.K Work norm- and tTw '

ri! into three fields; 20 acres cleared; good fruit land; 4-room house man's modern firearms and his regular schedule took effect. Foot- farming Implepi.-nt. vh'-ap, It. 'I

12.500. ANIMALS GOING AND CpNE other multitudinous death dealing ball practice I began, with good prospects : \\UKner. Nortb Hermudx Air_ 4tf \

devices.-Our Dumb Animals. two days prior to- the opening. I Fri 8AI.K--14 acre tract cleared ,'
J 7-room modern house, corner lot, nice garage 3500. Game laws are mere "scraps of An interesting 'feature of the new lakefront, near ts.lmmee.
paper" in the face of an army o/ MY MISTAKE AND HER TREAT enrollment is thewre.ence.oi..a num- Ong,. of,;.n-t J lt..* In _,
835 Acre Ranch one mile lake front; one of the best improved well-armed and indefatigable hunt- ber .t the "second generation" the.Mattocks...tIlU'. Mt.ThlTl.narmkln.Pora.. Fla. J7-tf.J. K l>

cr tanches in the state. ers! "Unless hunters can content Once in Jacksonville's big stationI whese father or mothers were grad-- w it

themselves with small kills there sat waiting for my train; uated from Rollin. many years ago. FOR 8.'U.lQne' Emerson Typewriter, .xf
v 40 Acres 4 miles from nice budded and behind model three, risible, as good a. new. ,' :
town young grove will be in the future any- When a lady just me Under the leadership of Preside* Apply Valley Oaxette. .
1+ about 200 young nursery .trees; 4-room house, 4000. where! This the testimony of an Started speaking in this strain: George Morgan Ward the campaignfor tt. 'vi',Ll
American traveler after .his investi- "Tallahassee Osceola Okeechobee an additional $1,000,000 endowment von RA1.1I2 :--- '.. ,

I IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL SEE gation of the condition and extent of Pahokee is meeting with success. All Wardrobe Trunk. .. Trunk. x .M1't
wild life in the countries of northern Pensacola Homoeassa Okahumpka prfeaent indicationse" point to the I Mlel Carpet Sweeper v
a Africa Italy and France. Many Suwannee. moat successful year Rollins hasever 1 Auiliirluin 4KxllixlN Inches ca

NELSON REALTY CO. species have been completely extinguished. Sarasota C4ohatchee. Chulota had. 4 1 Wlckor llarrels. Hamper .

In North Africa the lion Ocoee I Hmull Hound TablO. >>. ;
hartebeest leopard and ostrich havedisappeared Okaloosa Micanopy, Fernandina Subscribe for the Valley Gatk . P. TAW. '''oe
lIicpochee-" Orlando Ave.. Kllmm of.
KISSIMMEE ; panther jackal mou-
4.1-lt. ,,
candidates for 4
lion and gazelle are ..
,I- oblivion and now may be found only I grew fearful of her symptoms Classified Advertisements FOR SALE]-Orwi nets Electric Wall
I in a few localities. Bird life in Italyr And said: "Miss, what can I do? Plate. Fractlcally new. At a reasonable .
r I indication price. Apply Valley Oa-
every T-tf. }
You seem to have the Flu."

A ... f'\A A A '\.._ t... J'A ... t.4 ... 'Do."__ ... .." ... . But with eyes fixed on the ceiling. FOR SALE FOR ."H.M.K-Ose big I three rollerpower ,
the words I said M..I I can) mill. Adilri'H P U.
Heedless of ; KA "INB Ouarnnle Hosiery l for llox HO. KlliKtnn. Fin 4l-:ltrpd.
She continued with her story I and ('hildren.all Ml 122 -.- {!

DR. GEO. T. SINGELTARY Like a message from the dead: I Main or telephone. 130.'" < Mr*. II I. I . MISCELLANEOUS. .' .
t T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE "Withlacoochee Istochatta Hypo Orona. aa'n'. 43-41. :

PFwadaf c-Ai.r"... Vi ...P.J.nA'I luxo Ohstee.Chattahoochee. ONE (i 0 room house and lar,...- ;r.RT; INTO islNKSS'atkln: 1ST ,$',
11 .tor for product sell to every farmer If '"
OcUawaha Weeki- lot and urn a "
I I quick ale. Apply.; Mahl.ett St.Kl .. von own an auto or team ..*. ITTHIvimd. 1-
wachee Kissimmee ..lmtne<-. Fla -lt-pd write today for Infurmutfon, t.;;
I Ojus Humbuggus, Wabasso, Miakka i I where you can / eel territory forftclllnir '"
and Illahaw. FOIl SAL.K--.Mu.l<':41 In.tru'nl"1- urodiitt. of .hirviit. ifintitn- 4
t > t... ....h..t horn for twnlnnrr Hll Micco Tomoka. J Palatka Tokosee Both at unit prlc. K.: HOM ua(>r*. J R Wxtkln (*.....pu".. 'II
and Holopaw" E. Wvll. 407 Emmt-tt .l..I. 41-U. Kept. tin \\tnonn. Mlnnti.. "f'
KOR SA.LR-Fine re.ld nc. property -- '
This is serious! Here's a woman
tinu -RENr--
quarter-block seven roomed FOR l
those who hold her hear: .
Far from orange trees pecan tree, live oak
Systematize Your Affairs She's demented; and my dutyIs flowers. vines, *hrub.. Garage 'FOR RBNTl.ariri* cool bed 1"......... '.':
her homeward course to steer. woodshed<< and two spare room In light hotiiekeeplnfr apartments sad 0 1J
rear Reason for elllnn. propertyton a garage at Hi Clinrch St JS-tf .t
'i Open : Bank Account here and all the receive '- So I said: "Excuse me. Madam. large for prevent owner. Apply :
a put money you .
My unseemly haste forgive; Valley Ommette. 1-tf. I FOR RENT-l...rirc. nice furnished. 1'\ ?T
so lOOn a* you receive it right into Bank. The pocketbook leaks. But at once inform me''' plainly rooms, with kMchcnetto. corner ., ..,4,
i FOR 8ALE-Thr. room hnu.e nice lake und l Hay streets. S04 I F H. .
Where it is used to live? . .;0
Your Bank Account doesn't. We furnish you with books, check, you large lot lot.. of fruit. city 'at 'r awapn. 41 -tf. :
"Istokpoga Wacaaassa Apopka and A barK-aln Cash or tcrnm HoxIK. ---- -- I
- etc.. free. If you don't know how to do it let us show you. Everyone Lacoochee, Plnecaatle. Fla -tt-pd.. WANTED. i

mutt learn sometime. Why not start learning to-day Tohopekaliga. Nittaw. Ocala and FOR HALH OR TKADK--Kor piopertv -. .
Narcossee. of near equal value, a It.3n Model WANTEI'- .\ Kns1, Jerey milk cow
rb Immokalee Thonotosassa, Apalachicola I'urdI"u..k.. equipped for trnvrlinxor I Apple to K, n. MKKtln, IMnedale. 1.::i
haulingpueni' -r* Al><- Finhei.. t 43-Il-pd. ".,
Bank of Osceola County too. 1d4 .Cherry 8t,. KlBBlmmc: Fla43itpd.
i Miccosukee. Loxahatchee"--and some WANTHO-To Inane. a faf-ra of S or \i
more I won't go through.For more acre with or without'anek, ;' .
U 'v Hours: 9 a. m. 2 m' FOR SAUR--PonlB.. Huddle Hor.raand for a term of year with or without
i p. mare .58....1> 8e W E. .r.I privilege of boring; Send full Information II ;
caw6S I I'J just then I saw her holdingIn mer. foreman. New FM.-n Plantation, In Brat letter. Address: _
her hand a student's chart; near Norooomiee. FIn., or A";. (heater T. Mankay. Box 24.,"1 e 1
Flu 42-tf polavtt. lit" .. .
J: I Thomas Klsaimniee -
And discovered she was learningLocal j jW
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Indian names by heart.GeorR' FOR-H,-M.K----Th.. roncretibungalow..;. ATKO-:..:To buy; dark; or fumed! oak (
a Graham Currie in Farm No. (OR Penfteld Htr, 8. KIsBlrnmep.acrrened Hiiffi't moat he In Rood condition. ,
: tnrnuichout, llvltm and Writ.' 1. W B. this office 4t-2t i
and Live Stock Record. I I combined. three bed ----
,* dtnlntc room ---- -------- t
1 rooms: creend breakfaat room. FARMERS: --Send today for a tree .
li 41 Tla. Bank With time Ability OPENING OR ROLLINS COLLEGE pergola extending from lame to Irt ample copy of the Florida Farmer ,
ft front porch In front lnitli' arremied and Stockman published at Jack At 4
and Serve DEPOSITS INSURED --, sleeping porch In rear rov; sonville. Tells about livestock 1"\- '
Willingness to
Rollins College opened its thirty- vine ...nd shrubbery. lot (Oxiou.corner Inir, da.rylns poultry citrus fruit it to;
20 lot 40x100 facing North onTjlxle and trucking weekly, at 1.0 per '
sixth year last Monday Sept. Highway Ideal locution forKara. vear-three year for ft 00. OnlvItveMtocV /
with an enrollment so large that Ali .... fllllnw atntlon. urorerv or \ and general farming paper at r
t V 'J'q' --"- ---- "'q I1f\t V ---yW V V "'q -.- committees were taxed to their ut- sotS, drink aland. Lot f" 4u!( li.i In the state. Write today. rI


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