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 22, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00982
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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LEARN, THIS 'THROUGH ABLE: LEADER SECURED

:CUABMARKETNEXTCITIZENS THEN" SING'IT. THROUGH "DOLLARDAY" .INTEREST, _:INCREASES 'FOR LOCAL, CONCERT BAND OSCEOLA'S SHOWING :

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TO MEET Try. this on7::; 'your 'ukulele-do'' not At the meeting of the, }Kissimmee AT THE'
STATE EXHIBIT
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}, skip a note; 'MANf Concert Band on Monday evening
Every democrat who learns it can- MERCHANTS PLAN BARGAINS the matter. of a competent leader
r. TOPIC not miss *' vote; was discussed to considerable extent. I '
TO DISCUSS
Give Caraballo an X-mark.you know The decision was finally reached that WILL BEJIGHGRADJECoanty

what ft'. for;; Professor J. M. Gslllgar. who is

Project Is Plained: To Aid Growers To make the party hale and hearty DATE SET IS SATURDAY OCTOBER 30 known to be a leader of note,. shouldbe Agent tad Associates AM "
give. an X for Corr; secured for the organisation, and
and Offer Induccmeati for More Make and X for Charlie Jones to arrangements 'were made to' have Workiaf Diligently T. Socar

Generous ProductionsV show he's not forgot; him take up residence hero, on or before Sowing Worthy of Tin 'Co-ty. "e 4
And right along close 'o him plantan the first of the coming month. -

"Curb Markets" have proved so X for Mister -Knott; Mr. Gsltigar will bring with him 'Because the board of county com

advantageous( In other citios both Then be fair on Mister Sharon-ther his daughter, a fine cornetist who m"aioncreCava L.'H. Wilson' county
larger and smaller than Kissimmeethat an .X for Wells t &a will prove a valuable acquisition( to demonstration' agent full authorityto
the vegetable-growers and farmers Learn this 'song -don't sing it wrong I the organization. The band will select his co-workers those who

in the district. contiguous to -:this is the vote that tells. ... commence its practice work immediately might be deemed especially fitted for

this city have become imistant that DOLLAR DOLLAR upon the arrival. of Professor the positions, Mr. Wilson, has secured

such an institution be established Galligar. a small yet active body of aids. Hi

here. and. to thoroughly consider the TANK, FUND DETAILS assistants are Tat 'Johnston livestock -
matter, there will be a'nmss meeting DAY DAY I ; B. C. Miller, citrus fruit;
held at the Chamber of Commerce REPUBLICANS OFFER. : Miss Albina Smith domestic ".science. ;
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room on Tuesday evening next. This ARE NOW COMPLETED SATURDAY !i SATURDAY A. F. Stroup, agriculture; an.f I E. It.
meeting will be attended, l>v many Green, decoration. A. E. Thomas"

growers of this vicinitjy who have NO AID TO FARMERS wait, selected to" take care of the ;.
become enthusiastic over the successof Deeper Investigation in Records Bring OCTOBER Thke Ie OCTOBER poultry end, but in view of the short

like institutions in other c'ties;' Out Names of Those Receiving ----- ness of the time, and because of"the
and there is a desire that every progressive :I THIRTY of tfris THIRTY Secretary of Agriculture Declare fact that poultry for fair purposes>>
. citizen shall attend this Balance of CuE Only Democratic Measures Have must be especially cared for and putin
gathering. -- condition to make a proper showing -
There will be those present who: In the statement made in The Ga- DOLLAR DAT Helped Fanning Fraternity it was decided to dispense with

have seen such markets instituted in r.ette last week rhining to tim this exhibit. However Mr. Thomaswas
other small cities who will -be glad building and completion of the new Washington. October 21-The record '! retained on the fair committee '

to give all the information sought I fuel tank for public utilities there BA1GA1NS of achievements of the department on account of his past experiences
and it is essential that the Chamberof WAR n discrepancy in the account of agriculture under democratic ': in this lihe.Meetings .

Commerce rooms he throngedwith naid to workmen amounting t-!' rule stands in sharp contrast with' of the body are being

thoso who are urging far this $120.93.' there having been shown no BAND CONCERT DURING THE AFTERNOONEvery the record of neglect of the Amen held with much frequency: and the
city all that will bo of general !lene. items for that amount-although the can farmers by the republican congress I;I matter of securing the proper ma1 .
fit. There seem to be feeling that r.rttRted the nums had been dis. according to Secretary of Agriculture ,'1 terial for an excellent showing Is
such an innovation will prove beneficial tributed. Edwin T. Meredith. In an discussed from all angles. Mr. Wilson
to the residents of the city- A more detailed report of the Merchant In The City Is Being Urjed To Participate in The Plan j j interview today Mr. Meredith cited and Pat Johnston recently spent:

and will at the same time work no proposition shows that A. J. M.ac- of Offering Special inducements to Bring Into The City The Entire{',many acts of the democratic administration :, a day in Jacksonville in conferencewith
hardship to the various establishments Donough, who made the pielimfnsrv beneficial to the agricul- the officials of the fair association -

now carrying a line of such plans and estimate for the tank" was. Population of Nearby Country i tural interests of the country, and and, happily, secured space

goods. on September 1. 1919-more than -- arraigned the republican congress wcll-sdapted for the showing!: content

Just what restrictions shall hu one year ago--paid the Bum of thir\v Through the united effort of allmercha..t coming! "Dollar Day" and it betaken for its failure to appropriate funds J 'nlated-besides ntentv of room
placed l hy the citv upon th"-
e shall offer goods for sale at the curb by warrant No. 1725 and I the voucher the proposed "Dollar i 11 issue. of next Friday there be be offers i department of agriculture -- i showing/ will be well-displayed in the
market. or where the name shall be is in the possession of the city Day" can be made an affair that will that will he pleasing and i Secretary Meredith asserted. that i, main building.

located or any of the numerous. details rlork. That accounts for the statement redound to the ciedit of this city- I ssving.1: It will money-citizenof many of the features of the depart- Because the commissioners have

which will be ne'e ""ry if the that of that $120.93Ir.: Mac- and efforts are now lioing put forthto this! county to repay be present every on the ment advocated by Senator Hardmv. made a generous allowance for this
project\ is carried through, will be Dctnough received nothing. that end by numerous workers. I statedday. Saturday October 30, ;i the republican candidate for president exhibit whioh, is believed will prove

matters which will be thoroughly A more complete statement. of the Other cities have found such a day and to first secure a copy of The Gazette I have been established by.: the a great aid to this county there will
discussed at the. coming meeting. '1 in'ount'naid to -the several work of incalculable benefit because it has I j that each be thoroughly post- democrats. He said these agencie will be no need of soliciting gifts-

NEW MEMBER--- -OF BAND-- .ii >n would have brought out them\ proved a help for the seller and an I i I' ed as to some, or all, the concessions 'for the l benefit of the Americnn farmers as Mr. Wilson will pay a reasonable *
terns: would now be functioning in price for such products as shall be
: the made
aid to the buyer. It opens way i being by progressive merchants. -
COMES FROM GEORGIA A. L. Davidson 1SOO for other days of the same sort l full measure but for the indifferciKeof considered proper for showing; and

:Murphy &: :Mnlonev - 2090 which will be made the greater because Th) .r. will be a meeting of the t the republican congress. The republican farmers and growers should Immed.
Prather & Gilbert . 2.00 leaders. he said have cheated lately get in touch with some member
Mr and Mrs. A. B. Yoder accompanied of the confidence established. business men of this ety held in the ...
by their daufbtct: readied Murn'iv' & !Mnlo'w-v -- 4303: : Merchants already are planning rooms Of the Chamber of Commerce the farmers of these services by of the committee that no time
F T. Kntfi! take this
this city on Wednesday to up n special offers to be made on Saturday evening promptly at seven-thir
residence for the winter. Mr. Yoder October :30, just as the month I ty, to take active steps to make this secure votes. I I The committee is a most harmon-
Total $12093 :, The republican pnftv-the republicans bus .one-each member having: but
the : closes ,
will play cia rind during season ; and, even though the subject i i affair a success in every wayandit
These items. if checked with those ''' having had absolute ccntrol of one end in view; that of making the
with the Kissimmee (Concert Hand- will not have received all the publicity is essential there shall I be a large
the first concert by which will b. -tibllehed" in the !\I..t issue of tlmiiiper ; which it deserves there Mds fair and complete attendance. Such a et.nsrress during! the last two 'Hrll-- oxhibit by this county well worth"Oaceola.
will show that every cent 'stands convicted not only of not And the committee do-'
given on "Dollar Day. to be a showing made that will indicate I gathering will be certain to bring
mentioned! in the report of the cost : the interest of the general pub out some new ideas regarding "Dol having passed any legislation of imi serves, and needs and should hay

.'f the tank is accurately accounted : lic. Such a day offers the progressive lar Day," and the information tend i' portance to agriculture but of hacrip'eil ':- the co-operation of al\\ residents of
for-and record and vouchers are I 'my work already begun. or the county. A'pEBFECTINGPAVllfli
CAIN IN POPULATION merchant an, opportunity for advertising ert'd.by ,each one will prove of inestimable : ,
'together with all other data'le'.ln.1 that can be secured in no value. ja| ti\eiy under way. |I I '
iiiT to tHe work in possession of the 1 "Senator Haring! talks ,to he.fartriers .
. othet way. Such a day! Coffers the A i iffi enta.J1ave beau made *' I
.:ity clerk.IEXALL ._ buying )public an opportunity to gain that rot an hour during the nfler- In 'glowing l general terrnsjof (
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY what should he done for the _
agricultural
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1 STRAW VOTE bargains obtained legitimately 1 by no ,noon the first bund concert of thesem.on of But I\ of,
interests the country.
other means. j i: under the new 'leudiT. will
LETS HARDING LEADTHROUGHOUT Should this. initial day he the sucC take place in the park. The visitors, 'Senator Harding: in advocating a I OF "MISSING LINKS"
PLEASING TO PEOPLEMany study of markets a study of (costs
NORTH '.SB anticipated; it will be followed i will thus not only he enabled to nejcure -
at stated intervals! bv like affairs | some of the multitude of bargains and a review of the world situation

.the United State i i' which will bo the better advertisedbecause ,,: that will! be found in the mercantile legarding agriculture for the benefitof WORKTOBEPUSHED i
Counties in State Fall Below Throughout the American farmers is urging !! !
h<\f: been the custom of the Recall of this one day's business.In establishments but will have .of -
the agriculture I
features of
Increase Shown by This County- Company of Boston to conduct. the current issue ef The Gazette i I the opportunity of idling: away a ,' department established ..

Despite Lessening of Are i straw vote during each presidential will be found a limited number forth-of!(I time/ and listening to some choice j and would that be are functioning already in full City Treasurer Le.,... Today T* Do- "
announcements regarding the select ions by the local concert band.
campaign, and the present year has / jndiffere'hceof It
-- 'j measure except for the liver The Notes Which Will bum I
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Although. Osceola. county was made been no exception. In this city tbe a republican congress. The republican Completion of Paring \
the smaller.. during the, last few years Osceola Pharmacy "handles the Rex. leaders, in order to secure .
by the segregation of twelve town-: all goods-find. consequently, the result INTERESTED AUDIENCE AGAINST BONDED DEBT votes, played' up "economy" rather Ji"J.
Z. Robersorf. city treasurer
of the the entire
than hav vote over country than to make reasonable and ade- : ''
I\hlpl'-more 275,000 acres .
is made through'that leaves today for Jacksonville to deliver ;
lag been taken over in the creationof st. oiw. public HEARS ABOUT G. 0. MILLIONS quate appropriations" _thosy services the notes voted by the city to'-
Okeechobee cOlU'lty--t fact stRl OF TWENTY to the farmer. / __ j
The list just issued from Boston, P'I 1 pave those portions of the city's
remain that the official
figures
as '
and now made public by this store CAME TO KISSIMMEE : streets which have so long been a "
bu
fgiven out by the federal I census
takes in the vote cast throughout menace to travel. These. notes aggregate \
reau prove tbat on increase ef 30.7 Jvdge John M. Cheney, Candidate FOR POSSIBLE ROADS TO GREET BROTHER 'the and
the entire United States, By it the I above $27,000 mark p
perount i is accredited to this county. republican presidential candidate is, for United States Senate, Addressed I will be delivered to the Adams-Ev ,-/
The increase proves pleasing to those shown to be in the lead yet it will L. U. Zimmerman merchant of St. j ans Company, the firm having the ". -
; Kitsimmee Audience Conunonsense Would Voters To
: Urff
this and
who take an interest in city
be seen by the following figures that Cloud. associated with J. K. Conn contract fer the paving whi j in the county in general. less than one million votes have been Bury Proposition of Heavily Bondinf was in the city on MoYiday to meet arranged to handle them; and the
Other counties of the state have cast. In Florida and nearby states Declaring\ that many of his strong Stats Upon "GneMWork" his brother. James W. Zimmerman, work of paving these several link
done better-but ? there are more the vote cast is as follows: est friends were of democratic faith, who was enroute from Norfolk! West : will immediately commence.CATTLE .

counties that show a poorer record Harding Cox and that the republicans were intent Virginia, to St, Cloud. _ _ _ _ -
than there are that exhibit greater of education and Almost jvithout exception the press
Mr.
and
upon a campaign Mr. and ,Mrs. Zimmerman
I' growth. To illustrate: there are four- ; Alabama _((1\1010)) 906 3240 information rather than of recrim- of the progressive counties of Florida and Mrs. J K. Conn have but recent. FOR STATE FAIR .
Female 13: 153
teen counties in Florida that have ( ) John M. is unalterably opposed to flinging REQUIRE. NO DIPPING
I Florida _( Mole) 2f,18 4727 nntion and abuse' Judge ly returned from. an extensive tripto
.. been accorded an increaseof more I fi7 Cheney of Orlando candidate for the upon the state a debt which will Point Marion. Pennsylvania, their -
Female 1077 K
''than thirty percent-.-while there are 'I (Male ) 6M 2904 United States senate occupied the amount at a minimum to fully twen- former home. They also visited in Jacksonville, Oetober 21.-According
counties in the state that. Georgia ( ) handstand ty millions of dollars for the purposeof
thirty-six for
ninety Virginia
Broadway Buchanan West
iv (Female) 96 467 on Wheeling and to an official circular signed by ,
f Increased to a lesser extent. Osceola I South Carolina ( Male) 422 29111 m'nutes' on Monday evening.The making better roads throughout as well as in New York and B. H. Rawls, acting chief of bureau.
county, therefore stands at least ( Female) 88 50H speaker opened by taking uti the state. It is not because good Baltimore, where they purchased Federal Department of Agriculture
,. fourteenth in the fifty or more counties TennesseeMale( ) 6S72 924* the matter of the need of a tariff roads' are not desired and not need- large stocks of merchandise for the all cattle which are to be exhibited -
Florida. ed it is not because! the press or tho
of (Female) 11912070( upon citrus fruits. pinennol", gts'1 ; St. Cloud establishment. at the Florida State Fair and Expo-
.There .is belief that the eotton and declaring that people do not believe that highgrade ----
{ every peanuts sition in Jacksonville November 18
Texas _(Male) :3485 2151 highways form an asset of vast val- and Mrs. W. W. Baker arrived .
decade
growth during the current the growers of Florida needed suchan Mr. to 27, may be moved interstate front
2151
Female 701 .
will be one that will place Osceola ( ) in aid to make their success'' in th'> ue; but it is because the measure from Trenton Michigan. last points outside of the quarantined
To date there have been cast
in the upper tier of counties-as thor culture the more certain. He paid ns forwarded hv those now "boost Thursday and are comfortably located to the fair grounds as nor'n-
\ cultivable acreage in all sections will this straw vote 8/19.829/ votes, of I' his compliments to! the "Sturkev ing" for it is so ambiguous as to ,I for the winter in their cottageon fectious area cattle and without dipping

be improved and each new settlerWill "hichCox received 340,107 and I R"solutl..n"-affirminl that the election threaten the very existence of some' Maple street. Mr. Baker hll...been The fair association is naturally
'
always brlnir numerous 01 her' Hui ding received 593(62.: <; The few I of the present governor was due of the counties. The measure now doing some good missionary woil'for highly elated over the action of the

to take up similar Tinea. Osceola I states enumerated above gave a pre-, to that measure and not to the democracy proposed was the outgrowth of a bodyof Kissimmee the past summer and government with reference to the'
,! '. however to the democratic I
county is entering a new era orprogress. pnnprenc( of the state, and throughoutI those men more intently interested expects a number of his friends to shipment of cattle to the big exposition -
candidate. I remarks there vein of poodjnatured in preferment than progress; come down later in the season. lie
/ I ran a it indicates the import-
_ _ _ _ The grand summary of the entire as
and those who have studied the projected there at least two hun-
raillery. The g'">nt r or- says were \ which the fair and its mammoth
,; MANY VISITOR? CAMPIN (ountrv gives the following figures: tion of his address was devoted to I issue of bonds have no hesi- dred people from Michigan on th cattle showa have assumed in the

FREE AUTO PARK MaleHardinR' I the visit. of President Wilson to tency in declaring against them. The train coming down. bound for various of tbe department of agricul
. ._ 38G6fi9 | eyes
? j Versailles to the acts there effected matter is most able handled in the localities: in Florida.Progress tare.

, Cox 2f,2690 and to the probable outcome. following article sent to The Gazette -- ---- ______________________ I .'4.1
That thevisitors to this city ur- 6ommunication from the
A. Akerman. of this city. wns as a ,
. taking advantage of the free campgrounds Total 649690( .I chairman of the mepting. and first' pen of G. P. Garrett 'of the law firm THE PRESIDENT SPEAKS

is evidenced bv the ,number Female introduced T. L. Comer of St. (Cloud of Johnston & Garrett: I -- - .
; already there the frequent arrivals.. Harding .- 1JW9": : I candidate for. county judge the To Floridians
- and the less seldom d"partures. The Cox --.- ._ HR477 'republican ticket. Mr: Comer upon promised issues involved in this cam -FROM --- 'with regard to the treaty, and particularly -
. ..-, scenes nbout the attractive property "if I elected" deal paign is that relating to the amendment with regard to the proposed
am a square
of Commerce .
ere pleasing--and every car bringing: Total 220570 for every citizen of the countv He to our constitution in order to Chamber charter of the) League of Nation. by
I Its quota is an incentive to others to' -- ; admitted that he had committed H authorize the state to bond for I those who have assumed the serious
' '; join the cavalcade. At meal hours I Combined Electoral VoUHarding" "wrong" by participating in the roads. This i sue, for several reasons responsibility of opposing it. They.
. j here is a very busy throng and the / _,_ -?- 853 democratic primaries, and 'likened l is in danger of being thorou h. Remember that there will be a have gone so far that those who have
' ..",;. curling, smoke proves that, whatever I. Cox ._ 17R the conditions to those existing in I ly obscured.. It seems to be highly regular meeting of the Chamber of spent. their lives as I have pent my '

,: ',j, proclivities the autoistn may have i -- ; the times when Paul of Tarsus was essential that the amendment be dcfasttd Commerce this evening. Be prompt, life, in familiarizing themselves wirh '
', left behind. their appetites are firmly Total 551i ; going down to Damascus. He closed ; it is necessary therefore, it. I be energetic and be there-sure. the history and tradition and policies '
.*JV flxed to them. Several sales of prop- ': Note: 266 Electoral votes ate required ( the audience which shall. be discussed. of the nation must stand amllK-
bv asking was have been ad
'i,,c'k: arty have been made, and several !'i to elect.ORLANDO the better course to pursue-to do as' As chairman of the campaign I ded Several to the new roster names of the Chamber of I ed at the gross ignorance and impudent )

: ;. N leases filled out, by thosa who are FIRM WILL "RECEIVE"As Joe Sears. would advise or as Jesus. committee acting for the proponents Commerce since the last record was I II audacity which \have led.. th..R'I I .
J 4Am ricnn-
for Investments. The free all to attempt 10 invent in
ready Christ would have him do. of the bond issue says we are and the rain in membetship -: '
' t camp ground is a feature of value j I Other speakers were Rev. William in favor of good roads. It is for that I made public is pleasing. The names of i m' of their: own, whi"h has no '
r .t to this city. .may be seen by the advertising precise reason that there is danger foundation whatever in any of the
. _ _ _ Ll1ndiS'[ pastor of the Methodist' those who have hut recently joinedare
the Govern-
eolumns today that progressive firm that tM great bulk of the voters, believing authentic traditions of
church at St. Cloud, and J. H. WinHler E. L.. Alford Bass &: Bass City,
CALLED TO VINCENNES at Orlando the Yow."ll-Drew Com bonds will ment."They. ?
t of Orlando who from tl11(1. that the issue of
spoke & Schmidt J. C.
r _ \ Market, Croxton : .
th-s Government -
pany. will hold open hou.se tomorrow.Saturday. ; .. of a busine.V man and a farrner.I result in a better system of highwaVs Griffin W. S. Graham, Graystone (the creators of
.- j 5 Because of news regarding theV afternoon and evening, to I I Some stirring music was furnished 1 are likely to confer upon the IIo- ) thought of Ame-ica as the
Minick Manhattan
. Hotel. R. G.
,
:seriousness illness of his mother inaugurate the institution of the that should not light of the world as crested to lead
1 I' hy I the Fife And Drum Corns of th* legislature a power j McCranie M. Oliver.and .
tel J. E.
A. ,
who is well-advanced in years Percy "furniture annex" which will presentsome I be given it. I I' the world in the assertion of the
I L. I L. LUM\II Post of St. Cloud and 127
1 "* Dayson left Tuesday for Vlncennes. j of the greatest attractions in j I each number was loudly applauded. Do you remember the old days ,,'i John Wilder. There are nw rights of .peoples and the rights of
his
members the roster of body
by Mrs. Dav- on destined to set the
accompanied and
Indiana, art decorative furniture to be : when this state was subjected to free nations; as
S t,': son and children to be with his found in the state. The firm carries I I (Cnntliiuril on Page Mix) Don't forget the; coming i "Dollar responsible example to all the world '
" mother for nn indefinite period. It certain; goods, which are obtainablein I The house shortage threntens, to I Day." .of what free government is and can

3. 'jtn is possible that the absence of th.. none of the surrounding cities and put the kibosh on the old! kidding ex- I There are many thing which do for maintenance of. right: .,.
... :,'/ 'family may Extend over several the buying public is recognizing that naession. "were you brought up in a make this a great life if you don't Nor the first hand concert of the I standards. both national and intern*
:; :- ''week. fact. b! rn ?" lead it.i seascn. [tional."-Woodrow Wilson. J.

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+ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY OCTOBER 22 190'
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II' : .H : LIST Ninth Grade: Katherida-Miller, i

... .HONOR INCREASES : Elizabeth Mosalev, M de ''Rivers. DID HER \0;:
TBANKFUL
y N Mary Stanley and Theta Phay. rIPE Du NA'

''f :I F, Among the Live Oaks 1 OVER.LAST YEAR'S' ROLL I Donald'J'Eleventh nth McKay Grade Grade,:' Helen:Lewis J, J Ames Campbell., McCranie Dorothy ,4-, .FOR GOOD ,- IURSAta }


S .- Miller, Clara Ploetz. and Etta-. Keeps the Medicine with Her for Safety .t
Most Extensive Honor Lilt of Pupilsof may Suhl. .
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\ a An opportunity i il now .offered those Kutimmee" Schools That Has L. R. FARMER DEMOCRAT J- : t+ Mrs. Carl Under R. F. D.No. 2, Box 44.Dassel , .$
writes "I want to thank! '' "
Minnesota, j
desiring a pleasant home Yet Been Made Public ,
i NOMINEE FOR SHERIFFMr for your klndnei and the good your* f,
Six Large Room, Kitchen, Pantry . you I am ,.'
y ,. remedy did mo year ago.
The following honor-roll, showing Farmer la one of the beat- well and visiting In Spokane,Wash. Were : .
a large I proportionate increase of pu- known residents of this county-as P I would not have been able ::
: in Excellent not; for -ru-na \
i Full Quarter Block I pils of the public schools entitled to for the past< fifteen years he -has t.o make this trip. I always take your medicine ..7)
I I'" come within the list, shows the ros been connected with county matters with me for safety should I take cold. 'i.
,; Residential Section ter for the month ending Friday, -either as an employer of labor or Praise to Pe-ru-na." '
October 8: in some official When he for everyday Ills, '
capacity. Nas. east UIIDU A* an emergency remedy ,'A
-t Where lie. a charming, lawnsI First Grade (A) : Francis Smith,' came here fromOrange county ho ...r.L'a..e.a..41Peruna has been in use fifty years. It. ''l .
Leroy Johnson, Fleming Brooks, was in the business. ... .. .
turpentine .. -- TABLETS OR UQDID SOlD (YTfUEREYour :
I Carrying Live Oaks and Oranges and Pecans George Thompson, Julius Sigler, Ed- Later, and at various intervals, he ...p
na Barclay, Edna Howe, and Swanee "
has served as road supervisor in 1 l
Clemmons. which capacity he became conversant ,

}- Rare Chance to Secure a Fine Property First Grade: Sallie Barber Loone with every section of the county; he __H ___ _" _. i,
: Lamb Ruby Tyson, Willie Mae llar- has been purchasing agent for the
rell, Elizabeth:: Dcyoreo, Helen Itob- county and looked after details of 1
j
inson Woodrow) Tindall, Rena Led- the county farm; for u brief term I
\ Apply at 301 Main Street, Kiulnjmee better, Stanley Davis, Clifton Bass; he served as deputy ..hcritf-althoulrh ]
I George Key, Stanley Bass, Hubert that was some eight years ago; and i table drink 'f
r Smith; Emory Tyner, Edward Bowen at the first of the present year he. '
Clayton Seibert Bill O'Bryan, Klizn- resigned from his of I I
: post as captain .f
\ beth Cottcrman. Marie Jones !Marie the convicts. -which post he had held will never bother INSTANT '' ,
Everybody Wfco I II Anybody Advertises Their "WanU" hi the Valley Gazette. Mclionough.! Willie M01'1nI.lroNe! I for some six 'arlt. It may be seen ,
-t i Khuman TJiolma Yates .joe' I>oitz.Tod that these various duties and! ocrupn- ,]i I POSTUM
Ilcrtxol John Muller, Donald ions have given him fund of information '' nerves or sleep I- aYaAet ;
I )""St.jnman.' Donald Steinbaugh; .Leroy which will hi- most u..fullin I i .iwMrw.M f t
I Simpson and Robert Ward. I the raparitv ho is mire. to he called coffee : j. ; :; I !

'I Second Grade; : Freddie Harrelso'n May Bans! I !upon to fill after the first of the coming | ifyou qiiit t reuu.....Gn'"'..-nCe.. "..
Ethel I Hertzol. Lucilo Leslie i
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f year and drink. ';r-: -"
Joiner, Frances May, Tlu-lma I -
D L. R. Farmer is spoken (f "* "a I
C y e d 'ai ( Smith Emma Wondall Ruth Yates\ fearless man." He stand: fur the | .. 1 :
, Prances Young, Cecil Bass, Billie full and complete\ ohst-rvunce of the ] I
.... Bell. !Mathew Davis, Lucien I DoNon.Allen liiw--with no" friendto cajole and ,, '
" /Davis, Charles Grantham 0. enemies to "1If II'n..." It mi;,' h'r, {
0', Frederick (;11t.,t.. Hownrd Higdon. j said l t'nit' .because. of his fr:1I,1"X', INSTANTi
I ( urtis MarroH Edward Claud!.
,I. llaye 'i pressmns' regarding! his j
Tindall Dickie i Waring.; Edgar Wood-1 I administration he lint some sunnrt-I|
i ..II. Charlie Person, James' Bynl'iJ.. '.1| .rs duping I the primary; vet everyman
B. Rrunson' :Manuel I Jaligher; ; Jiintus likd one who stands fiat-fooled;J j
Gnlligher; Clvdo Lanier, Billit I'ai- und does'pet' seek to pass the hunk; POSTUM
tl Osceola Hardware Store 't tiri. Clay Whalev) ClydeRoyall.. (Garold ; and! it i is but fair to say that I .
(Croxton, :Mary"Barclay, Sarah, lemocrnts of Osceolu who pa I.t tlu'l I I
Hancock. ('arils-II IIigdonslay! Lang. paled in the primary will regard! his ] ,.
: Edith Moran:: Dickie !Miller. lIa I.,
I nommat ion as one that is binding''
\ k is strictly in it on the Padgett Agnes V..rlm'1' Ian upon each and every one of them' toI' If coffee troubles you. isn'tit
Smith. Winnie Tyson' and Alvena :stand l lIy and support at the "polls. i
Yates. The election of :\di r. Farmer will I I better to make the changenow
I Third Grade; : Virginia Barber insure to this county an official I who I
} famous Dollar Day October 30 Matilda Doitz Annie Ruth Joiner will not be found wanting v./ .>n iI'' rather than later? "

I''i Texas Lanier Louisa Muller Alta comet to j| show Ruth Overstreet Willie Mae Prmglc. whom ill will take pride 1 and one to I Better health results and 1you11
.Lola Peaks Oliver! ("'arson, Haley whom nil may apply with the a.-
Duke James Fade Lupfer I. I II.I'ndg..tt. urance I that :heir plaint will lieleeded. the
; Albert Rogers! JnxrphJeffords Especially does his appreciate econ ;
r&U: We Will Make Your Alice Bass, Lucile Gilbert; lucy nppeal I to the: WO 1a1'ot... >i
eands-I f and convenience.AT
Doris Keen Joy !Mnkinson Iris Par- here i is every belief that the omy !
Dollar Luminous tin, Margaret i'artin. Johnnie Drip of Osceola county \\ill tender .
: s !pers. Oscar Lee Partin\ William U1'ir01" with a unanimity that will u
Prather Russell Swain Billie Smith, GROCERS EVERYWHERE ui
add t to his 1 large vole from t the menfififi I
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: On that day and date only we will give one dollar to every customer and Murray Tison. I
Fourth Grade: Margaret Saucer has more imitations than any I
.:. t l who makes a twenty-dollar cash purchase at our store. Eva Thompson! Ethel Jones, :Mildred other Chill and Fever Tonic on the 'There's aR.eason"rPostum

::1 You don't have to buy a certain thing but this. applies to any Lightsey! Ernia White Margaret market, but no one wants imitations
Yates, Lonnie Woodall, ElizabethSteffee They are dangerous things in the
ri? ;;it, ;9: customer who buys $20 worth of any kind of merchandise of us, Shirley Smith, Blanche .;....- medicine) line.--Adv. Madey' Postum Cereal Co.lnc.. Battle Creek. lick t ti

1 paying cash for it. per Dorothy !MrCranie, Erma I Den i COUTY .
nv, Marvin Tyner, Frank Schmidt, FOR JUOG SHIP- I
;: r This means that many a dollar will nestle snugly in ourpatrons' I !Maynard Poulk Arthur Fowler] LeiVeite Z. BASS, DEMOCRATIC, NOMINEE --
'Bratton I <
r Bass Henry"1 and Tom
r pockets while they have the goods to use. j' Bell.Fifth 7. Bass, regular nominee for the '

Grade:_ Hobby Bass, Franklin position of judge the ,
county upon
\ ; In addition to the above we offer to sell any article of cutlery Edwards Charles Tyson Ruth democratic ticket' is net ing the \ '

'; that retails for more than one dollar and not more than one dollar Bass, Geneva; Bowen Virginia Harris Vanchioe of the |people of Osceola Kill That Cold With i
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Hazel Hirtzel. Lydu Hodnett, county. Winning the nomination inbe
and half, for dollar flat. cash of
a one Strictly course.
I: Oliver Ella
Eugi'ne Quirk Mary primary over two opposing aspirants -
-" Steffee Ruth Straub VTilhelmina I ho believes nx do the ma- .
rr Carson' Cecil Tison Josephine Griffin ;ioi! ;itv of the \": leis, t hat he is i '11"9s
p' THE ABOVE OFFERS ARE FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 39, ONLY and Edith Bass. ''v and l fairly entitled! to the ri/ht-I' I ,
Sixth Grade; : Alexander! Akerman. support at the polls of those
Nt Seventh Grade; : Julia Ledbetter, posed hill,.
, Christine: May, Geneva; Miller, Atha- Mr. Bass has been. a resident OP-I CASCARA /A QUININEFOR '
a ; lia Griffin Julia Fair, Catherine Kissimmee: as u practicing! :
Osceola Denning, Rosella Cooper Irene for nearly six years and in these I
Hardware Co. y
Spence,' Eva .Pring-Ie, and Minnie years has won his way to the friend AND
I Hudson. ship of the people. lie came here. Colds, Coughs 4OM\.Y. La Grippe
i I{ Eighth Grade Rebefcah Miller from the state of his birth Georgia.and .

i I i Eunice Rivers, Eleanor Rosen, and four years ago was importunedto Neglected C.Jda are Dangerous ,
i Mary Louise SnodgrasR.r make the rare for the position to ."
..., for the first
K thin standard an MM.
--- --- which he now ai I -- ----- -- the time on the ground that he' had Breaks up a coJ.: : \., 21 nun" rs. Rolivve.
-{ resided:, here too short a time to allow Grippe in 3 days-::xc tlunt fyr H'ndach.

, the people to become thoroughly; Quinine in this form does nut affect;: the btad-Cascara I. beat Tonic r
I "' acquainted with him. This year he L..atiY'e-No Opiate in Hilly '
.V entered the campaign at the stronginsistance '

Announcing the Formal Opening made a handsome of his many record.friends Those, who and ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT I

W best know him declare that no better

it V selection could have been made. Its J I IR.S.FLOYD I
of the NewYOWELLDREW. ; safe to say that where he is best -- --- - -- -" tl t
I. known there Is he liked and appre-
ciated; and there is not the slightest !
oubt that the vote he will poll on
CO. Tuesday November 2, well be greatly j
M ( augmented by the woman vote.

BRIEF ITEMS-- OVTHERED- ' I"

} FROM OVER THE STATE
r} FURNITURE ANNEX r
Bad check experts are now touringthe
.l( state for health purposes. One t.
of the latest worked\ Winter Haven '
for $500 or more. He has been captured Groceries and ;
-as has the woman who flew .

rl s Saturday October 23 high with him. ,/

Three negroes have been lynched Fresh MeatsWe ;
at Macclenny for the murder of John j
Harvey, a young farmer of tha' J
Bounty. Jim Givens, the fourth ne-
gro of the gang who did the shoot i

This announcement is an invita- ing, is still at large. are carrying a nice Ime efGardner's i
1
Titusville is to be congratulated I :
tion for you to attend theoccasionof because the final actionhas been Famous Cakes ,
: cinched that will locate there the /.' 1
the the and Superior Motor Works, from Jackson Fresh Pare T Toothsome Inexpensive fI
opening largest Michigan. The business watt ;


most complete furniture showrooms gained The Punta through Gorda co-operation.Herald is especially Phone 176 302 Broadway I

anxious that a commission I I
1 in Central Florida.
There form of government shall be established \
: in that town, and cites nearly
'. -' will be featured the finest Quality two-score towns, some of them smal-
; ler than Punta (;Gorda that have . o ... t.oo dOb48 oo. oO. O.. 000400."O. ii i/

i" furniture and home furnishings made a success of the plan. i
Lt -- -
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Through the sleuthing of H. L.
that will Donald cashier of the Commercial r 1 I ;, I II
in the
equal anything! Dank at Live Oak formerly of West We Are Now Shipping :

entire Palm Beach: another bad check fiend Sweet Potatoes aid new Syrupin CITY ,
t, .f\ state. hm been lodged in jail. The culprit) barrels in car load. and! less I
< :Martin McCain is charged with .
em-
! : car loads. Write us for prices. .
bezzlement well as bad check
MIZELL-EVANS COMPANY: : : MEATJARKETFresh
work.
: Live Oak. Fla.
We Cordially Invite Your Attendance The town of Hastings is having; I
great; difficnlty in finding a sufficient MeaJ and
number of eligible men inside
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i Music and" Refreshments 3:30 to 5:30: P. M. and 7:00 to :O) P. M. the town limits to properly officer GEORGIA GROWN CABBAGE I

the place. When incorporated the PLANTSWill VegetablesPhone ,
lines were so clesely drawn that five"
sixts of the population reside outside I grow very fine heads set this I
jH YOWELL-DREW CO. the corporate limits. month. in your section. Early Jersey 44
- ,-- and Charleston Wakefield. Flat : ,
To net rid of worms in children I Dutch. Express $2.00 per thousand, I
J Orlando' Largest Store-Quality Did It give them White's Cream Vermifu prepaid mail 3001.00; 500, $1.50; - '" 'I '
The little sufferer improves at once 1000. 2pO. Georgia Whitehead and Rub-My-Tlsm Is a great pain I killer!: Y :j : 1
i / and soon becomes healthy, active and I Buncombe collardi same price. It relieves pain and soreness c U'i a ] -r
robust. Price 35c. Sold by Rober- PARKER FARMS by Rheumatism Neuralgia, Sprains,

1 son's Pharmacy. etYt'rl'kri I II 42-41. Moultrie Georgia! etc.-adv. .,)fr ".
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"r.....THE-USSatMEE VALLEY,GAZETTE. FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 1920 <' ...
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lV'- ,{nowadays' am firmly I convinced that that we are fully Justified in ... . .... .. . . .00..0.. ..
the. howls those doctors put up at.thai. designating it aa the "Mid- .f '
TAPPING W THOUGHT TANK j[ time'' has had a most powerful I I
I effect WeB 1 like piecrust' short 1 'contintltiof of the ''above I Suits Made to Y Measure' From' Your \ ; d

also and likewise might say that when I reached Kissimmee FOR !
L Dy THORN -i :t:-X.:...i if.* :I no need of passing SAtE-
t I delightful
Make It Unanimous : ''on
-so did I find the people Choice of Hundreds of Splendid .
r The federal government Is anxious and the'' city itself. And .I've "
1 1:; Pertaining To Beauty to have the people of the United decided to remain here as long ai the .
I,, Beauty is only that which [ makes States select a "national tree." Vote people will stand for it. Mebbe even -
r '. all things as they are in their proper to be sent to the American Forestry longer. I thank YOII.tJxt. (Weaves and Designs
a
) t and perfect nature; which the test Assooviation, at Washington. While t i t :
u painters always choose by content there will be'a vast majority, probably Most Kindlyy : Must BB Removed i ;

. \ plating the forms of -each.-Drydcn. who will vote for the elm- From the pen of the Stuart correspondent | | 20 Per Cent Off f Prices.Every' .i ,
I:; '.' t t-x-t t because of the historic traditions; of in the Palm ''BeachPost Regular ; J
i Come. Now-Is It that magnificent tree-I'd suggest! I clip' the following: -
A ? Speaking of Polk county I've frequently that the choice be made something For about ten years the Garment guaranteed by to be ,Perfect in Workmanship
o wondered it Frostproof was of the sort ,that has a "nut" on it, Stuart correspondent's"stuff" me 7-roOm house on the :
'M really frost-proof Yassum. passed through the and Fit
, :t :t-X-t: :t :t t-X-:t: :t hands of "Thorn" and it is southwest corner :1' .
AhPolutly Correct "Strain" Conies Later hard now to think of the .
Hush, little rough street! Why is it that in all accounts of Post and not see his cheery Make Our Garments your Garments at one fifth less than Main and Lake :
+ Pon't you cry; weddings the writer talks about the face as he bent over his pile .. .
f You'll be all paved "strains of the wedding march" of papers, busy always, yet heretofore. streets.
t Bye-and-bv.! The "strain" comes on the first of ever ready! to give a wel- .
. t't-X-t :t the month f'ollowlng-wbe-n the bills' come and! a' warm hand "l
f Check Me For Names nnd the "please remits" come In- shake. During my more ,At least, come in and see Sample Cloths. -
\' I notice that Mrs. Perry Jauntle- and there arises the problem as to than forty years of news- Apply ,
baum is guest of Dr. Erskine 'Ebing- which of the accounts are charpable: paper work along!: various -
\ hOUR, at Ilendersonville, North Car- to the wife's family and! how much lines I learned tht'rewere-
i olina. That's all to this! item. But hubby is to liquidate. Aye, there's no more just and courteousmen. Kissimmee Dry Cleaning and Pressing WorksR. 1 1.a&AAA.aaa
A. S. REED 1I.
! names in names. where the "strains' are the most than those who send
j t-t-X-: notable.: forth the news of the world, A. SNIDER, Proprietor 1
, ;k 'Ab-urt'd Request, l'.n't It i tX- :t I: but nowhere else have I received -

1 I line of my exchanges cries: "Pig Running feint Campaign" so many kindnesses -. ?}. _ _ . . . . . . .& ._. __ aaAAa i
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I your, sweet potatoes!" To be sure, Coming through( PeLund the othe" or formed such lasting _ _ ___ _ u. _ _ __ __ _______
- dig '('m. One wouldn't! expect to Sunday- pu note the day-unday-:; friendships as with Thorn
hat vest 'em w'ith a vacuum cleaner, I observed that Editor Allison was and the editors of the Post. +C+:-: :+k""Coox-x--:..a e.0a aa+: aw ao >oarrs'Don't oo H 0 0 o oo.o. :;
- would he ? le-decorating! / the office of the Record It is true that when one .
:t!: J-X-t i -merely to prove to the public falls! by the way there
Of The Semi-Weekly. Too that he was a disciple! of_ the "paintup seems to be someone else!
While i1 P- a mighty line road all pretty-up, and pav-up" nolicv.! ready to step into the place 1
the "ny I'll give two yen I'''' subscript both for individuals and! municipalities i- but "Thorn's" place will Watch Kissimmee Grow
on to The Gazette; to any man He was: posing in the \\1.1- never be filled! by another
doors! of his while like him. We shall! all miss
who'll] drive an automobile or a Ford open, sanctuary,
"straight from here to Orlando." the smiling, passers! -hv, ndmirirg. him. f fI
Uh-huh. split their gaze on a fifty-fifty basis! Frankly I value .that little article
t -X--1 t 'twixt the paint and the paintet1.tX -for I know the writer. We have But Come and Grow With Us!
Of ('nurse He- Does :I: - t been "pals" for a decade; and sometimes f fI
An automobile expert asserts: !Some Ih'JI..tratlonftermath she'd "('1111) me down" for makintr I ,
I "A't ''nt.hiles! add years to men'sliv I As the list h.I'n) rioted I a bit of f.n, over some of her
< .." Sure. A feller has to liven !it think I'mafe in telling 'his! one. splendid! writings. They were all ...o ;
,'J; ages, than ordinary in orderto One daik' bninettish cullereil 'on utan I good that I hud to admire her-even I Kissimmee has a wonderful! future; now is the time to buy proper-

learn how to take care o' the was asked by the registration rlerk though we at times would scrap like ty. We have a few REAL BARGAINS City Homes, Groves and Farms
derned things Peelighted, I assure !I whom she had approached as to her husband and wife. You know how I 1 1I
you. :". "How old I is ? \Vh:.', ciipp'n. that is. Yes; you certainly do.
:t -X- :t I: 1"1. '.. fifty-fo'." Oh, no, you're not : I ,

Ya".um. I I'\'c !Seen 'em (' not fifty-four" years! old. the In Chinese the! decoration make of" chmvnre of1the : 10 acres and two lots in town for_", ________n________________$ 450.00 /-'
A ilouMe-dyed man in Pensacolawas you are n-
A given six months in jail on account smile that reached! mvny round on 'ghai.willow trv tea-house at Shan- f 40 acres on the brick road close in__ ______________________ 1000.00
of bigamy. That gave thepoor I ithe other side, t the
fellow one hundred and eighty: : "()h. yes capp'n, youse shush (f.fifl; cures :Malaria Chills and Fever III 6-room house on lot 145x185 some fruit______________ ______ 1200.00 ;
dayfit perfect peace--Hnd PH! bc< I right. Ah'n thutty-twor at what Bilious Fever, Colds and La- .
that once he i io out and about he'll Ah is. Ah wuz Kuttirgly mixed onfiftyfo' grippe. It kills the parasite that Plastered and painted 6-room house, beautiful flowers and assortment '
declare that one wife is almost! too 'ut liizziness., 'Afs mph
I many. Ya num.t bus'-measure! ! It suttiigly i is., laxative and! general Tonic.-Adv. Ii '" good one rare city bargain .r
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Most Folks. Forgot It . '" Cooddice The ""uj'nr ash," which grows. in I :
The governor's proclamation of a :Mother may I go out. and vote? Sicily, contains a ap which hardens Terms on nearly nil of our properties. Come itt and look over our "
"Fir 1'\"n'ion! UII)'" proved to bea Yes daughter, 'ti your duty; into crude! sugar.
g(",tle 1 fra!<'- -0 far as any recognition Hut vote for a man .because he's fit lists. A square deal to all. :
was concerned.! :Most of us And not for his manly beauty This Meant You. .,.....
are too durned green to burn any t-X-t t When you fret up with a bad tastein
way We may warp a hit if too You Know It, Ho your mouth a dull tired feeling Allen Fosdick Manager E. A. Strout Farm Agency i
I jj jjMY
( lose to the flames; but as for actually '. The !New Smyrna Breeze; says: no rebsh for food and are constipated ,
burning-nav, nay, Annie! "New Smyrna needs -Inn-house.." !, you may know that you need a l
1 tXQuit'her - I'm not go positive about that, )but it dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They REFERENCES: .Seventeen Satisfied Buyer in Four Months "
Wondering certainly needs someone to look after not only cause an agreeable move-- (
Arks the Fort Pierce :NewsTribuneThe arrivals in that town who happento ment of the bowels, but cleanse] and '
inlet jetties are slowly saunter in along about three or invigorate! the stomach and improvethe .t
p thrusting their rocky fingers | fo' in the morning! And when one! digestion.! out !into the Atlantic. is on the hike up and! down the darkened .
Wonder what the fish think I "tr.tH.--no. street-and the o'l-
about that ? Iv thing alive he can find is a man
Probably they are reminiscing dressed in an abbreviated garment "
along the line of ""'c asked foe looking considerably I !like a Scotch r
acl-hut ye are giving us stone." I costume where' the breeks were misllaid -
i - -: t -and waving a kerosene lamp
Mixed In G'Oltraphy' __ 'whose chimney needs soup and waller -
!lIhmifetropoli'l: declared that a I -well, it makes the visitor feel
school of whales drifted to shore like walking eastward to the "just off Palatka." As Palatka is j and, pulling the sheet of water up
located almost one hundred! miles over him, sleep till daylight. Yas-
from the Atlantic it is a safe proposition ,. sum. '
i to assert that it must have t :t-X-:: SO \
'I been a case of where the school "Time 1It'08ls11 Wounda t.Retrospectively
denizens of the murmurs the Saint :
Jr'. ma'm told those deep . .
to "go 'way. back and sit down!" Petersburg Times: *: .,
f t-X-t:: :t Somehow or other the -- "' TRADE MARK -
And I IfPBn: It Palm Beach Post doesn't .'. It
I wouldn't say one thing against look the same without
r young women, heaven bless 'em; but Thornta' "Las Night's!
I'm firmly of the opinion that MisUnderstanding Thoughts."
has been the of I That's! mighty nice of B''er :Naugle. at
more trouble in all medium-sized cause who has many friends in this There is every reason in the world-why farmer should buy a Ford on Tractor while there is t

cities- than all the cooties who everilay"t I little city which hasso recently farmer -
not a single reason in the world why a should not buy a Fordson Tractor. i
adopted ThePOHt is still
| "Huns puss, in the corner" on me. n
any half-dozen American soldiers good( 1 paper, run in good shape by .
.- that ever fought in France. I know it. mighty good men and caters to a In the claims we !make for the Fordson Tractor as being the superior farm Tractor there is nothing -
t t-X- t great bi' class of my good fri..nds.Thp .
Butcher Told :Me This Gazette offers me a chance to of boasting. Our claims are based upon demonstrated facts. In every sensible test that has been made (and ":
join in and do my durndest to help
V-eef"When in you call meat-market for a you'll"stall-fed getit I forward every laudable object in we don't believe in any jockeying or technical tests) but in the real common sense work on the farm-the r
any
all right. That is, you'll get the I this can city play and Osceola to one-half county that; and has ifI1 work the. Tractor was intended to accomplish-we ay, in all tests the Fordson 1 has; stood -head and shoulders. e"r
beef-also the "stall" the meat-art- up '1'';';
ist will give you. And, speaking of | been said about mv I'm going to above all competing Tractors. And this is best proven in the fact that while there are about three hundred ''t!
I've had! th' durndest luck | have a host of active associates who
sometimes meat : the steak I bought will co-operate. Keep :your eye on I thousand farm Tractors in use in the United States today and while Tractors have been sold to. farmers for ,
I. I Kissimmee. I thank "I4
like tasted stake.and acted Wood a you've great thought deal more It'Xtl : t-X-f you.t :t I twenty years and while the Fordson Tractor has only been on the market two years more than one-third: of f' .i''

.... 4 i : :: The shall Highway, certainly(Hoped be ForI pleased when all 'the Tractors in use in the United States are Fordson Tractors. ':'i
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F And Do It NowIf the entire road between this city

the fourteen drivers of cars and Melbourne shall be as perfect as ,- I Now can't fact. You can't back trom an established truth and there it is-out &j7
more than that number,possibly, who a portion of it is at the present time. you upset a away
seem to take delight in forgetting to I When that time shall be reached: of three hundred thousand Tractors., one hundred thousand are Fordsons and there are probably some fifty q
dim: their bright: lights when they approach both Melbourne and Kissimmee will
my Rolls-Rejoice, and merely I be the better off-for that road is different makes of Tractors on the market. Just let your common sense consider these facts. "Figs are rf
grin when they can dazzle mewill, really to be the most direct route "
call at my office they will receive between the east coast and the west. not plucked from thistle bushes. nor plums from thorn trees.
some valuable information pronto- Melbourne is noted for several
rigtit off the reel so to speak is the
One is that it of
things. one
:t :t-X-t: :t very few towns where the newspaper The Fordson Tractor has the necessary power. It is economical in operation. It is flexible in control

Whatcher Call Free Range publisher owns a very handsome and and operation. It is simple in design and it is sturdily built of the best iron and steel. It is the product of
The Melbourne Times tells of the convenient building- as does the
village of Eau Gallic, also on the Times. Another is the nearly-com the genius of Henry Ford, and it wasn't placed on the market until Henry Ford had tested it. and tested it, 4
east coast, where all "the ladies are pleted long and excellent] bridge '
up in arms against these backwoods from the town to the ocean. Anotheris I and tested it. before he asked the farmers to buy it. I It is no idle faith that in the Fordson Tractor Henry "
styles-where all stock is allowed the highstanding of its leading
Ford has given to mankind one of the greatest benefit which has ever come to civilized man. ,
free range. No special mention is hotel-and still another is the general -i
t. made as to whose arms they are "up attractiveness of the entire ,I '
I in;" and until that point is made place. So fine did I find everythingthere
plain I haven't a word to say. I'm at a recent date that I feel Now we solicit every farmer to buy one or more Fordsons. Come in and see them. Come in and 1 1let

sorter sorry that Eau Gallie is so far that I could dwell in the houses of an.advertisement. Let demonstrate to Let it '
in us
away. Uh-huh. mine hosts forever. I thank you. us tell you more than we can you. us put to every
t t-X-1 :t t t-x-t t ;
: : test that you ask. The Tractor is just as necessary
Every Little Bit Helps __ Not Beyond Kissimmee
Every time I see mention of a Says the Melbourne Times: for the farmer as water is in the house. Come inl!

- "ginning: plant" in Florida I com- W. L. Thorndyke, old Look the Fordson. Test it. Don't take and < '+r d' 3 fa '
h
mence to wonder of a "Haig: &: Haig "Thorn." of the Palm Beach over I-.
I plant" wouldn't! be a good investment Post-the most quoted writer chances. Don't experiment. Supply your farm with "a- - '
in this state? In any event it in the state, rolled into
would give business to some of those Melbourne in his Rolls Rejoice the Tractor of established value. .r$( 1 ,
officials in Palm Beach county who Monday noon and
, will fill a man's cellar with the needed spent the afternoon and ev- ,
r goods in the early summer-and ening as a guest of the
( then go abut !in the early fall and Times. Thorn is taking! 'a I. P. TIMMONS'AUTHORIZED 'a .:
I made raids a la mode. much needed vacation and
i n t :t-X-t t left for Kissimmee Tuesday "
FORD AND FORDSON DEALER i '
t flow Times D-o Change __ morning where he will rest Y s $ t i'S
I It is but comparatively a few for"-a day or two. He may FLAV r 1 1Ii
I years since all medical authorities go further into the interior KISSIMMEE
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. were decrying the gowns worn by of the state and get ac-
I quainted with other fellow

t extreme editors who khow him so .
. well his "Last \
. J wearers sauntered along walks --through
1 swept up all the dust and the germs Night Thoughts" in the
t and all that sort of stuff-which was. i iI Post. He wu .greatly pleased . '
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I extremely bad for everyone. Every i ir over the thriving condi-
r .' tine 1 meander eriong the street I I < Lion of Melbourne and says

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I* GAZETTE NEED OF CHAINS. ,
KISSIMMEE' VALLEY .r
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.. HISTORY tells 'of those men who. centuries ago, were co-operators in "

IH' .' :PoMuaed. Every Friday moving the great barge of royalty.; They were merely galley-slaves, it is ,\

, I d : ,,; By KI sIms. Valley Gazette Company Kissimtaee, FloridaW. true. and they were chained' to their tasks; but they kept things moving.
1. G. Vant Secretary They ,were compulsory it of either wo'rking at
B. Ham, President Agnew.. co-operas; wa a cue'
't _( ., \ the awful tasks imposedor: suffering torture and death. Yet withal 1, they

J f 'f Subscription Rates: worked in unison-whether carrying a king to join his family, a queen to''
One Copy One Year .*2.00 her lover those who intent the deathIt
; __ 1.00One ( meet or bearing were upon war to, ,I,

h'i. Qne Copy Copy,, Three Six Months--Months_:.,__..r-.,-:: ____,.-._"___-_a ,5Q<), i is this same spirit of co-.opera'tiQn-not' of the compulsory sort where .'
actual chains hold each to some cgecial work-which has since been built r

fKntertd at the fogtomce a< KI..liniru-.. Florida, an .erond-claaa matter;) towns from hamlets and cities: fromLvillages. ; which created thriving muni

r from our authorised eorfi-spondcnU must bfl cipalities; ,which has built up busi d'\, The "chains" have given way to "
except
communications
All elg" nod bithe: writer, bonds less irksome-bond* of Veal jLoyalty, Squareness Fairness, Cam )
I' Rejected matter will not be returned unlOHB called tor_ traderie; and as success was ginned, little by little. the bonds gradually \ ti1' .

Foreign AdvirtUing' R.p.r..nt.ttv--! =--,I I charmed into intimacy,' (fraternity, frendlmess. \

THE-AMERICA.->.-.PRESS- .ASSOCIATION-. --, tf. | That's all there is to this co-operation. It doesn't mean sinking one's
, f... :enonaltty--but it does mean striving for all that may ,be best--as the

'\. i H<, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920 majority see it. It doesn't mean maudlin sentimenlalism means a manly GLADYS"RICE

It striving for that which may be best for the great majority: It means deleting -

DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS FOR FLORIDA from the system all that i is small and vituperative; shaking hands

: upon one common level ; wiping from the blackboard of sore remembrances
i Ii MARTIN CARABAT.LO '/>. -w. CORR all that t which has been unpleasant and establishing problems of some is coming! -,

t d CHARLES E. JONES W.. V. KNOTT: : vorlli and merit t to solve---and solve right. !

rt 's J. G. SHARON G. B, WELLS. Knfimrr.: needs ihis sort of co-operation. Kissimmee is going to have

.. u ____ t. There are things to be accomplished which" can prove successful only be- The celebrated will

i 1 l I't air'e tins shall be done; and once started, there will be a general outpouring ) soprano

t li' ; along this line. It is a case where every. man must come clean *

;J'I.; I.;, A :MORN'INT I. (; I'KAYEK There must be no "passing the buck." It is no time' to "Let George do it." appear in person) ,at an ill'ita't,

:f'' It is a case where all must turn in and "Help George do it." Only through (

By Thorn co-pperat.on: can those things be done which should be done to bring loKis'simmee tion concert in the Casino l k

,t I Tearh me, God I, to every. day say those things and conditions! whilst by right belong to her. ;:..
: a word I or two ta cheer t those! down
i ("fl -t through no fault lf their own -
And tench them, God, to strive each THE TWICE-A-WEEK GAZETTE Tuesday Evening
t'' ,, l.iy t tfo pass! on to nno'ther a smile _
s' that will i" ;mod I to nil who lee it PROPERLY supported it- is belt \rd that the issuing of The Kissimmee ;
D01'.1 of suarestiun, for the
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t ', betterment and of all the people And Valley Gazette on each Tuesday and Friday will be instrumental in giving November 9
t God; make the world to sap the this city and county double the amount of good publicity that i IS being obtained -

nght l ride, I of pverthing that( the at present. Slight I as the project may be considered by those not
misanthrope i and l the misfit may thoroughly conversant with the work" of gelling out a readable paper with She: will be assisted! by Adeline Padlard.W

id mend' there their ways is naught from this in momentfo nil the greater f frequency it should be understood by all that the protect can be violinist and pianist; and by "The Phono

world rte) adverse to human happi- continued only so long as the proper assistance shall be extended.; anJ "
tni .iml! progress" HS i 11 louHed) countenrme the Gazette urges that the innovation shall be given as strong support a- graph with a Soul
hanging; like a thic.itcninjjti '. possible.
t mpeM. 0r thin! far: irth. Once This appearance ol'the great con **t star
Leading business men and private citizens have assured the publisher
"I ft thenhe light"and -
W hou lifrht.tbat siiiijst :! handmaiden of exul- A this paper that every incentive will be given toward the continuation oi in' Kissiinmee is the event of the season! for

}.. ., 1 at ion and nr-r-iment and happiness, ,he more frequent publication - looking always towards the tune when lovers of good music.
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'", has ever since been the grvnt issue! The Gazette will appear at still more f frequent intervals as the city grows ; I .-
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; ((1'ii, of nil those! who love and! worshipThee. '
'v i r'' I. Amen.REGARDING n population and business importance No paper can be maintained merely FREE TICKETS
; :h by: ;its paid circulation; m fact in these days of high-priced paper stock of admittance.They .
'. Calf write or telephone ti* for free ticket
':f' f-e price .of a subscription hardly pay. for the cost of the white paper and
will be issued in order of application.
} ,Ii' _- he postage. Consequently there must be such support by merchants and

: ,it .iroe( = ional men as will enable the management to carry on the business. CENTRAL DRUG STOREPHONES
k vY THE COMING: ELECTION The Gazette has considered the matter from all angles and has determined -

L.i --- that this is really the acceptable' time for the move it is about to

THERE are many points to be considered in the coming county state adopt The date (on' the commencement of this semi-weekly .issue is closeat Day 4J. Night: 21
this moment when the importan'' hand. It will be named within a reasonable time. In the meantime the
..;.t and national election worthy of mention at
will be tender such information be sought
nanapemenl pleased to t as may
'\,';' t'l;"t. undertaking. .>is so near at hand. Many voters are but partially posted regarding ind to the better illustrate some of the many advantages to be gamd inhaving
i '. ihe election! laws 'many others are not perfect in the knowledge
!' ; Kissimmee send out a progressive' and conservative Gazette twicach

: f'a+ they possess; few:: are adepts regarding all points. ? week. (-

''t i, ,w The multiplicity of presidential electors in this state will. have -
NEED OF LOCAL !
'j ,' tendency to perplex even the best-informed voter With thirty name, LAUNDRY

S printed alphabetically, without regard to party affiliation there will result ONE of the most emphatic needs of this city is the reestablishmentif 1

;; .( !" much confusion ; and. as to carry memorandum of any sort into a booth the laundry which has been lying dormant merely for the want of some __ _

for the purpose of reference is strictly illegal the necessity of f committing active man to lake up the project. The building is readyand the equipment I e

4 i '; to memory the names of the six men selected is a task which w.ll lie beyon? is practically complete and there is a patronage awaiting the man I
\ho will secure the establishment and produce satisfactory results. The II
I the ability of many. ownership of the concern now rests in the hands of one who has taken up Perfection Tires
r Frequently in past it has been the custom of many voters where:
years 'jther interests more to his liking and. feeling that he could not well ,

a ,'. several names were to be selected from a group to take the first name erve in a dual capacity he closed the laundry. I 6000 MILES GUARANTEE .

44 printed or, skipping the first two check off the names following until the Meantime much of the laundry work has been sent elsewherethus i

t, t? i requisite number had been secured. Such a plan or anything like it, th:< I 'akmg ,the money from this city which by right of ownership belongs in Why worry about those sand blisters and loose treads?

will be satisfactory the enthusiast of either badlyare 'viesimmee; and the balance is being taken care of by private laundresset
not to party-so ISfie, Asbestos Breaker 'Siripi .
t year who, having no scale of rate and an elastic conscience, usually make aarif .. :\ .
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the several names mixed. :/ for the work that i is in some cases totally unjustifiable. Without' I,
i To illustrate this point take the first dozen names of the presidential. ,., doubt there i is someone in this city who has some .acquaintance who would i" not affected by moisture, acids, grease or heat by road friction, ",-

elector ,, The. first twelve I will appear; on: the-ballot'in' . "',,thiswwise;. ':,';\N.' grasp such'an opportunity a* this would prove if the proposition was taken thereby overcoming the most common ailment in automobile tires: " ,
t, '. \V |, < fI jp' ia the proper manner. Once more established and conducted in a busi- Blisters and Tread Separation.An .

I C. W. ALLEN.J. nesslike manner the project would give employment to at least a few-
exclusive feature in Tires. Ask them.
W. ARCHIBALD. and the traffic increased by judicious publicity until it gained handsome to see .
; E. M. BRELSFORD. proportions. '

; 't W. R. BRYANT. While this is a matter for the Chamber of Commerce to look aftert LESTER ALFORD

) MARTIN CARABALLO. t is also a matter for each private citizen to endeavor to solve. The private

LELAND M. CHUBB. ndividual who shall be instrumental ;in bringing in new capital and a com- 107 BROADWAY

.... H. L, CLOUGH. intent laundryman will have accomplished much-and will be a benefactor ..
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P. W. CORR. - NATHAN BRYAN CARSON I much f--the :well-being of all sl'c.1 -- -- - - - - -

f CHARLOTTE R. COFFIN. ANSWERS FINAL CALL tions of the county; and those Everybody Who Is Anybody Advertises Their "Wants" in The Valley Gazette
,- J. H. DRUMMOND. know the qualifications of Mr. Harj-
t MRS. L L,, HAYS. Died: At his home in this city on sell are sincere in their belief that
ai Saturday, October 16. after periodof the affairs of the county could not .
the first six failing health at the age: of Rixty- rest in better or more competent I
The democratic Voter who places( his "X" before name hands. His election will mean muchto ,
three and ten months Nath..nBryan
will vote for four republicans and "white"republicans, one prohibitionist years Carson. Funeral was held on Osceola county.H. i CUT PRICE'CASH GROCERY

and one democrat. Should h6 skip the first two and then mark six he the following Tuesday afternoon, and
q a 7 will vote for three republicans and "white"republicans, one 'socialist, one was privately conducted. H. HILL{ CANDIDATE ;I WILL SELL FOR CASH AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES

( prohibitionist and two democrats. Or should he pass over the first six and Nathan Bryan Carson was born in COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD -SATURDAY AND MONDAY-
t take the following sextet he would find that he had voted for two "white" Macon county, Georgia, to James Car-Alston .. _..
and Melissa Bryan I II
socialists prohibitionist and for but democrat. Carson I In the spring primary there was I 19-Ibs Grits __ 1.00) 7-Ibs Granulated Sugar __ 1.00
republicans, two one one December 14 1856 graduated nnon u
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': In democrat for that republican-place son, Mercer ; where he I a very flattering vote given to H. H I 20-tt Meal _____ __ ____ 1.00 12-ng G. M. Flour_______ __ 1.00
i no case can any -or, matter any from University Hull for the position of member of ______ ____
Theta 4 Gallons Oil ____ ______ 1.00 3H-lbs Bacon 1.00
of 'the Delta I i
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his "X" in front of any six names, consecutively, and vote for the electors was a the school board from' the thirfl district 8-Ibs Best Rice? ___ 1.00 8 cans No.2 Tomatoes___ 1.00
'''' i of his choice. And because of the inability of many a voter to remember fraternity of, in Wilhelmina 1878; and Woodfin.became thehusband of and because the nominee of i is the so I I, 8-tbs Lima Beans un__ _nn_ l.UO 9-lbs Navy Beans unu 1.00
sections
the six names of his candidate it is safe to say the presidential vote in Athens. Georgia, December 8. 1880. well known in all that his :I,

h :: Florida! will run far behind the bajance of the state tickets. in 1890 the family came to Kissim- county election there is sure.is no Mr.doubt Hull has resided -I I CRISCO Potatoes, peck -.n______ __ ..50No.6 ,

a where since resided I _________________ Catsup, bottle _____________ .13
the booths theyhave thatto $1.85
ti- There is little doubt that many will carry into voting memoranda rne? in this county for so long can Beets No. 2 cam___________ .18
.!!? of some sort as a guide-even though the law forbidding such an Mr. Carson has been honored by all intents and purposes "he has 3 can ______nuu____ .90 1 Gallon, Alaga 1.50
ti of trust during his -----------
v made bold assert many positions lived here all his life, and there is I. 1% can ________ .50 _
action i* very rigid. Some of the state paper have to residence here. He has been nh H Gallon Ala 'a ____h_ __ .76
U tone a general feeling that his election __ _ ______ ___,..___ .23
that the election officials have a perfect right to tear aside any curtain in bond t trustee of the town; was the will additional strength to the pound hnu _ .26 1 % Ib can u
.. mean __ __________ .29 Ib ___ .19
Picnic Hams Karo, 1% cans
booth order to"watch the but the and treasurer of t>> n nn
) any voting without warning, in voter; first secretary board of which he will be a member.
and held All kinds Soup, bar________ .09 Veal Loaf ._.____un_ .22
best authorities are a unit in declaring that such an act would violate the local telephone offices company in the Kissimmee I The school board is a body in which 12 bars ______hUu_ 1.05 Vienna Sausage ______n___ .10
'privacy of the voter, and would have tendency to destroy the secrecy of' the same Cold Company. Un- politics should have little bearing-' Washing: Powder, 11 pkgs.: .50 Pot Meat, 5c, 6 cans_______ .26 I
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k, the ballot. Inspectors, however have the full right to deniand that any til Ice he and retired Storage from the State Bank and this it is fact 30 there recognized can be; and no partisanship becauseof Tomatoes, No.2, 15c., 2 for .25 Corn ____________18, 22 and ..25Nestle'
hall the booth after the for five minutes he cashier, Everyday IWilk. Pork and Beans, 2 cans____ .25
voter vacate having occupied same some eight years ago was he shown by any of the members. 3 cans __________________ .20 Cabbage, Ib _______________ .06
and the refusal of the voter to comply with the request if it and at the time of his death was The people of Osceola-as well as of
upon .
; Osceola Hardware Macaroni A: Spaghetti, 2 for .15 Peas, TJ. Eyed, 2 Ibs_____ 25ArbuckTes
j is i deemed best the voter may be forcibly removed. Five minute i is the president of For the he the entire state-are a unit favorableto Lemons, dozen ..______ .. .20 Coffee, Ib._______ .40 .
# limit for any voter, man or woman to occupy in preparing his or her ballot. Company.conscientious forty-five member years of the good: and thorough education; and No 10 Snowdrift __n_---- 2.00 Gold Blend Coffee ______h_ .30
As to the : of the ballot and other matters regarding electionsthe was Baptist a church, which faith he accepted the election of Mr. Hull means progress -! No. .4 Snowdrift n________ 1.00 White House Coffee _______ .65 4
secrecy in all lines.STRENGTHENING.
I No.2 Snowdrift ___'-n_ .60 Senate Coffee hun_______ .60
', law of Florida pertaining to those subjects contain the following Deceased while left still in college.wife and four Coal Oil, gallon ___________ .25 Maxwell House Coffee _____ .60

; (Section 3835)) ;. well a grand- RESERVATIONS Fine Table Peaches __u,n_ .40 Gold Brand _______________ .30
elector who shall law allow his ballot children, as as seven can .40 ,
r : "Any except as provided by Pineapple
children, to remember a loving re GovernorCox T--------n- I FEEDS
"We) will
1 to be seen by any person or who shall lake or remove or attempt to takeor lative. The children are Mrs. Gdgir reservation accept. says that helps to Blackberries syrup.can .40
"any Gold Medal 24-lbs____ 2.10
Flour Oats 100-lbs 3.20
r ballot from the before the close of the polls.or J. Oliver, of Savannah Dr. W. W. unun
polling place ;
remove any clarify\ reservation that helpsto
; any Self Flour 24-lbe2.00
Rising (Corn 100-Ibs _ ____ __ _ 3.95
of Jacksonville Marion B. n
place any mark-wpon his ballot by which it may be identified, or take Carson, Kissimmee ;and Mrs. H. reassure; any reservation that Self; Rising Flour, 12-lbs.._ 1.05 Short, 100-lbs ___-_-__ 3.70
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into the election booth any mechanical device ticket or memorandum Carson, of also of Kissimmee.; helps to strengthen. We will acceptany Libby's Brand Milk u_____ 19 Sweet Feed, 100-tt _nuu 360
S. Geiger,
'C \ printed or written other than the official ballot or ticket, to enable him to I reservation that helps to give. Best Early June Peas, No.2 -- Cotton Seed' Meal _________ 3.40
elector M. HANSELL FORCOUNTY our associated powers a full understanding can ________ _ _18 and .22 Chicken Feed, best ________ 4.26
m.rk..id ticket or ballot, or any person who shall interfere wjth, any ), in good faith of the limitations .
t '1 when inside of the polling place or when marking his ballot, or unduly COMMISSIONERJ. of our own constitution! beyondwhich

';3 influence or attempt t
(' r' his ballot or any elector who shall remain longer than the specified% ; time candidate for county commissionerupon (League of Nations has been thus strictly cask.
I I clarified and strengthened then we
allowed by law in the booth or compartment after having beep= notified the) democratic ticket, is worthy having it ratified by the

, that his time ha expired or who shall endeavor ,tp induce, any elector to the solid and unified 'Up Ort of all [''upper propose branch of the Congress! of the

1 4how" how., he mark or has marked his ballot, 'or aids or attempts to aid the ia by citizens no means of Osceola.a stranger Mr. Hansel to the! 'United States and then peace will be CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY
I guaranteed to the world. We will
f juay. elector by any mean of any mechanical device whatever in marking people of this county, as he is an old- 4
t r t hit baJIotV'! hall print or procure to be printed or have in his possession time resident of Ki..immeand wa no longer be wasting our resources PHONE 141 422 BROADWAY k a

',.juiy"'eopyj: f AllY ballot prepared to be voted, shall be fined not lest than at one time a member of the local! I I A frowning officeseeker will oft-
:f'( .I city council, where he served wellfalthfuUy" at straw vote. Out of Town Orden Given Prompt Attention.
I >1 n.dollarsnor, more than one hundred'dollar., or be i imprisoned not nv, >re I times grasp a -
; of commissioner
and The. office AND
4/tII, ', 'than,'tbf",:.lubnthsv: Any ballot narked by the -elector lor identification ia a. most important one-for"I'! Wanted-Large, clean cotton rags QUICK SALES SMALL PROFITS
;": '," ;.baD 'Mr; tcd., '? < :a.. ," .pop that board ?f o/ficiaJs flepends I at 'Cazfltte office. .. '_ ,.. .y..r.'
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.' ijaQend3nKrr few days in the city.. I I.r. r! City, North (Carolina, Tuesday night.

Weather Report. .; *. 'A.'.' B among" i the out-of- Although Mr. Keller has been away
: , Story was fof several hestill kept his
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.. .(owners visiting this city Wednes at Shingle Creek .and now fiii1hiW3
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. . day. % 'I' i i intends to stay. .here and cultivatehis
r L'( 'I' Official i 'Bulletin .of 6n1' Wesley' :,> Clarke, of' Campbell motored farm. ;

:: 'temperature and precipitations to this city i on Thursday' on Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Glazier, of "
furnished by j the Kissimmee business: Hendersonville. .North Carolina, have MONEY SAVING EVENT
Co-operative U. S. Weather | P. G. Cromartie, of Shingle Creek, been Visitors in this city this week. ,. <
Bureau Station, for the''week < was a business visitor to the cityon They came for the purpose of looking I Y
+. ending- Thursday, October 21: (V Wednesday. over, grove p1operties'with a Will 6on be here-

bySelrlretary Honorable W. J. Sears returnedlast view to purchase and becoming
Observation taken evening from a speaking tour ; residents.Mrs. ,

Chamber of Commerce, down the east coast. Anna' Meeser< and two children .i M,

I Max. Min. Ra1r Dr; W. L. Winn's offices' are now Violet and Herbert, together f

.. Thursday __.___ 85 '68 / 'ct'Q located upstairs over the post of- with Mr. and Mrs OP.. Farrell, 1 -
'. Friday ________ 85 68 fice 36-tf were visitors in this city Monday.The 4

Saturday _Un_ 8S 'fii> I Mrs Charles Carson, Jr., and chil- party is tourhthe state- Dollar in K.issimmeeSaturday
!Sunday' nn- 85 (fti; dren have returned froni an extended starting from Sistersville. West Virginia Day

:Monday' ___n_ 84 fft visit to the Carson grove property where they resIde-with a r
'J., T-iesday __ _n 85 71 I in tho vicinity of Miami. -* view of seeking some location for
Wednesday ___ 85 73'ITEMSOFAWEEK I' the winter, where :Mr. Farrell may
Dr. and Mrs C. H. Summers have
x.-->-) <-.. given: up the flat they have been occupying find employment as a printer.I. October 30
I and are now ensconced in f'. Timnions and Max Kritz recently ,
apartments at the' Park hotel. chaperoned a party consisting j
of. DeWilton Alderman, R. F. Godwin -
the absence
( During of Perry Day-
t. J. W. Miller Sheriff Imrrmn
the White: Kitchen! \
won will be conducted
by Mrs. Swain and :Miss ('a- nnd H. P. Suhl!, to Ocala where they _5 1-2 yards 36-inch Unbleached. Muslin $1.00 I
witnesses of the demonstration .
were
-- c. S. Acres, of the Point, whs in for son,which who that will cafe continue is noted the service liv the Fordnontractor.. The Teatsof 4 1-2 .yords 30-inch Bleached Muslin 1.00

tov.;n Tuesday on business.Jeflf the exhibiting tractors are said
.
4! 1 W, Persons visited his
George 'o have opened the of some of
eye
i ,Bnrbe-', of Boggy Creek, spentWednesday store at Fore !Meade Wednesday. the visitors! to their widest extent.F We will have all of
:J ,I in town on business W. Chapmen, manager of that es, bargains Departments our store, including. i
Straver. Garden
:, J. E. Moseley.] an old-time residentof tablishment accompanied him back .1. of Spring ,
thin Florida has decided to locate in Kissimmee Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions. '
It county now at Gotha, spent to KifuMmmee and returned home>
and has purchar/1 I the 10-
,., Monday in town. yesterday. acre place ]Known as the Hcale Farm,
J. T. T. Tindall, of Boggy Creek, Patriotism! and Religion Compared about two miles southwest of the H. C. STANFORD COMPANY

"1 who. has H fine trove in that section, is the subject of the sermon at the city. :Mr. Strayer is a native of 1 I
spent Thursday in town. Christian church next Sunday at Pennsylvania) and has been an extensive Y

Mr. :M. ('. Randy, who has been 1110.:: At 7'U:: ), A Common Groundof ; traveler] He is also a writer
,4 confined to her home is now in her Belief Ikld] by All Christians. A ,if XTHC being the author of The
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f welcome for all. I --- -- --
usual health, and able to be about. Florida State Song, recently published

truss :Mattie Hell Harris, who, i i. The Peter shoe shop, whhh has in the lelnnd papers. The
teaching al'i Her Haven, spent the been occupying!! one of the storerooms ale was effected through the A. E .M.,. M K
in the Stanford-Miller: !building trout Farm Allen Fosdick I
'ik-"nd visiting1 her pal"( ntsIr.: Agency, Y
nn.l :\11'V, It. II II I'ris. on Stewart avenue, moved this manager, '

John Simmons, of Kau (Gal)ie, wns week to t the r.raylor.e, Casino build- :Mr. and :Mrs. 'H. E. Robinson and
'" .r. on Dakin) avenue. lifll"n., of Wi--t Pnlni] Bench, have SATURDAY
in -''''1111'''' :Moml.iv and TuesdavT SATURDAY
'
tin- "nmmv 1 old lends and, Mrs. Hodirrof:: California h'o \Kiled this city jn their covering the Y I
loosing after business matters his barn' tin I gut'st of her cl'iurhte": "at ire ,,tit;, for the nu'po'-e of pIn] ,' I OCTOBER 30 w 'f'r'a :" OCTOBER 3()
Mrs 1, (' H. Suni'iii-rs. for the past imr publicity, signs i of that east con..t t '
,
Mr. and\ "I' Caiol Kenton and .
I t\"n months, left this week for counts city ;n nil portions. of Flo'ih1.: .
babe nit\.l f'eon Ak-on Ohio laWI'.h -(
in Icirirm; wl"'I'h(' will visit relatives R'pH'ison ''s active in all lines thai '
to -M'T I some tune: visit
Kcnlo-'s nit iM'foie returning;! h"me.Mi. 1<>n'l! (o the advancement of Wei-' I
Mr. patents) at their horn
in lrosdwav. and :Mrs. W. F, Wn- , spent yi,stcid.iy ,n Kiimm..'... gitntrt and for several" weeks h<- I Iris bivnoui'nu '
C. WV'ird r'lornNIInt'"d"v in (; JJrillllntl S rut Ii Carolina
'1 the fI'lyslone.; Mr, Ward l s ( )
'
from Bound IJrook.' :'Ii..J"I'< :Mr.I
I'Y. for the of I the
muiiifi of the Ki"simmee 1 Islmvl: purpose tio .tiig
Word spent| narl of theAdi' summer inthe signs lot..koninJl'i ilor" down then
('r:'11 Hl Company's !large ranche lo- :
1'jdncks.Vavn<- \Vanl in'Ihi.n'>>\ 'atcd. on the Kissimmee. 'i\'r .. -1 ',,ist., From this. ci'y 11 r. and I You are cordially invited lo visit our sore( on r
.
of (Orlando' spent Thursday :Mrs Robinson. went to the Wf"tfon t
.1. :M. \VIII on. Jr.) rturncd home .
t but will; leturn here then
city.W I. Iii) \ |is i U, suffering; from thefc Pt''-.fire.rlay night: f" m"w York homeward I trip. on October 30---Dollar Day
( .1 t \', w here he and :Mrs. Willson have I Saturday
< >' s of an accident when his hone ,
i C. W Griffin who has peen down
the :Mrs Willsonwho !
fell! with Ir'm' !last Sit ardiv., 'The. spending Hnniinr. I
the east coast and nas hone touiiiu.1'to
padil'-hoin struck him; in the groin under, has the.' been care ill of all a oummfr physician), is still and, a remain ex'entiti ( 'onirrti-s" when \\e will sell the following altieles) with, a good many others not mentioned for One Dollar. t
(fills "iir H considerable degree ofl.innm'Ks. y
Sears, returned Wednesday
man evening -
will return I as .soon as she i is ah'.eto
maKe the I , and in once. more ".it home."
J. A. MtOnthy of St Coud.! nc-, trip. :Mr Griffin; depicts the situation in Linoleums, price now $1.50 per square yard on that date __ __________________________51.00 ;
Mr. and :Mrs. W H. Tunmiliffew ;
conirnied by AI'orn"fiJlon: PledK"r i in the city Wednesday, having Palm Heath, Hiowurd and I lud.counties ) < Crex 36-inch wide Hall Rugs, price now $1.50 per yard V>n that date___________________ 1.00 1
,, w, nt to ()r'!lan: lo :Monday andsppeared as Io..ingvt'r critical, ; ) msome
: before Judge! Andrews 10prl' driven; over f 'om their St. C'Krul i ]localities there being a three' Duplex, 27-inch wide Hall Rugs, price now $1.50( per yard, on that date__________________ 1.00
home business mi."ion. ThevIhuve
"( nt some ]term matters in which upon a : o mrc-cl, fight on band. I In Palm
but e'urn"d to that
he i' interested.Miivor I recently !It1 uch county 'lure i is, such' n fight

J. S, Cadel. who has been r.tv following an extendedisit inNew --.r superintendent, : ( of schools-aftei off $10.00 of anything in store that t 1
:': York their: former home, and We will also give One Dollar on every purchase our pn

f for tin: the where past,he two tended weeks' the in funeral Wq'-hing-of are v home<*rv busy the in more making attractive.: their present -i "candidates el),.,.I"1( ] iv for both the democrats position had and l been republicans date. We have a complete line of Household and Kitchen Furniture Stoves Ranges Etc.. and will il ilfi

Fig brother whose. demise, occurred Mr'. R. T. Radford, Atlanta who the women having come to be glad to have you call on us any time when in need ol anything in our line.
ovcriens, returned to his home in the front with a candidate of th-i-
this ''ilIhi" morning. has been making an extended visit I own and a strong fight is being Yours for Lower Prices,
I' with her patents. :Mr. and :Mrs made for her election.! Mrs.' Griffin;
Born : At Prescott, Arizona, on Charles Elam, of 215 Broadway has ':returned with her husband.
!Sundiy.' October 10, to :Mr and :\Irp. has been making a'isit this wept;: - - -
.. C. R Buckley a daughter. Mrs. to her brother C. B. Elam, of Tam NEXT WEEK'S GAZETTE \ C. H. GRANTHAM {
Rue''ey will be fetter remembered! 1 pa making the trip by automobilewith ] WILL APPEAR ON THURSDAY
as the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. I
her father. Mrs. Radford will The Store.
W. Hill of Narcoossee. return to her Atlanta home this Advertisers must" bear in mind Satisfactory Nia

Captain Frank Vans Agnew and week. that the issue of The Gazette for the

Lawrence. Carr passed through the Mrs. Florida J. Barnes, of Lum- coming week will appear on Thurs '.

city Thursday on their way to Coronado berton. North Carolina, has purchased day in place of Friday, and the usual ,
'\.1.: Beach, where Captain Vans a suburban home in Pinedale Subdivision run of new articles, announcements.
e Anew 'will few He and publicity of sort, should -- -
It. spend a days. and, with her two daughters, every
1/ \'; will then go to Jacksonville, Miss Gladys and Miss Ruth will each this office at an early date. PERTAINING, TO CHURCHES! -
The issue i is made the earlier than -' '
W C. Taft, who has recently returned make this their permanent nome.
. to this city after 81}.. absenceof Mrs. Barnes' son will join her later customary in order that delivery ,of b Christian Church
several years to make his home in the season. The sale was effected I The Gazette may be made throughout The Reason x xA

in Ki"sinimee, has secured a building !through the E. A. Strout Farm I, the Bounty on Friday, that the Rev. W. H. Dresch, Pastor. -

, site on Verona street, and will Agency, Allen Fosdick, manager.. I I Dollar Day may receive the morepublicity. .
Advertisers should remember October 24. ,
Sunday
immediately commence the erection S. B. Aultman, who has been some ,
of a bungalow for his, own middle where he that this paper is rapidly 10:00: a. m.-Sunday school.
occupancy.
months in the west :
increasing in circulation and import- 11:00 m. Morning worship. silver dollar has a Woman on one tide and an Eagle on the *f
: a. -
;: has been the guest of his son, is I I
--, 1W.. Tatum has closed out his once more at his home here. During ance. Sermon" subject': "The forgiveneqp of \ other dales back :to- the ancients. The first silver medium of exchange

., stone in South Kissimmee his visit in New Mexico he crossed ADVERTISEMENTS Sins.
grocery I 6:30 Christian Endeavor. was smooth on both sides and had a hole in the center.It .
and left with his family for Tampa the border into Mexico several times, ARE READ VERY CLOSELY : p. m.-
this week. They expect to locate and visited other sections of the I I, Topic- ", ..Lessons From Recent belonged 'to King Reno, who also had a beautiful but vain
.
either in Tampa or St. Petersburg country. He was highly pleased No doubt there are hundreds of services Subject The Queen being fond of ornaments contracted the
7:30: m.-Evening : spouse. very .
p. t
Mr. and Mrs. Tatum are splendid with that section of the United I readers who have articles about the "
citizens and their many friends here States-and returned to tell in hTs''-house that are of no use to them- : "Redemption. liabit of strolling around the grounds with her nose stuck throughthe
regret very much their decision to own of some of the thousand hot tHore always others 7:30: p. Wednesday: prayer
some
way are coin. One fair day the Lady Queen, all fine and walked
meeting: ) gay ;
make -a ohange of residence. |I sights he witnessed. I who'd J'ke to get! them at a bargain.
The "c'asnifieds"" are read very at- 7:10:: p. m.-Thursday: choir prac- to the boundary between her Lord's estate and that of a stranger,
tice.
. I IWho's i tentivp'v by all and in many cases' -. I I and an eagle eye seeing the pink nose peeking through the two-bit
a smfll sum invested in such publicity -
I will] find a pleased customer. It What I Owe My Minister | piece made a dive for it and became hopelessly entangled.The .

Handling Your Laundry? 08ti hut a little to make an experiment Reverence. .I owe my minister rev-
-and the small ad columns] of erence as the ambassador jf God King i ia his wrath caused the woman and the eagle, with

The C Tette should] carry a great sent to teach me a better way of living the coin between them to be placed in a strong cider press where
'
--5. 4 Let Me Do It-And Please YouTh column manv hats next Of week.information. Try this might that be the guilty selfish, of sordid but existenceI for his they remained till the likeness of each was stamped on the smooth t

trained guidance. 'sides of the coin.
: Agency for the Lakeland Steam Laundry is at my place of NOTICE.! Affection. I owe my minister affection r

business The Board of County Commission- that he may be strengthened '
ers will receive bids on delivery of bv the knowledge that the membersof t y
5 Lbs Granulated 3 Arbuckles
Coffee v
Sugar.75 Pkgs. 1.00
Work Received Ballot Boxes for General Election the Church he l is trying to serve

Wednesday-Returned Saturday November 2, 1920, up and including are knit with him in the bonds of 8 Lbs.. Snowdrift ________ 1.85 6 Cks. Octagon Soap____- .50 Iir :
Kitfimmee Dry Cleaning and Pressing Work the 29th day of October.All holy love and unity. ;
4 Lbs. Snowdrift 1.00
Bids to be delivered to J. L. Trunt. I owe my minister trust -------- 14 Lbs. Irish Potatoes ___. .49
R. A. SNYDER Proprietor I Overstreet, Clerk. that he may be free to serve the 5 Lb. Dunbar Syrup_____ .50 -- #;
A. F. Bass. Chairman. Church unhampered by criticism and 6 Cans Tall Milk-; .80 .t''

Attest: J. L. Overstrect.' Clerk. 45-2t fault-finding. 10 Lbs Lancgo Syrup_____ 1.19 t1.
Generosity. I owe my minister 2 Cans No. 2 Tomatoes__ .25 i
24 Lbs. Flour__ 1.98
- --- if methods Pillsbury __
that his
..... . . .. .O.O.O.O.OOOO.OO.. O ..O..O..O..0... . generosity little strange or a little sensational II seema 12 Lbs.. Pillsbury Flour____ 1.00 No. 10 Blue Karo________ .98 ; '+ :I

not to my be narrow conservative enough nature to insist, I may that 24 Lbs. Self-rising Flour___ 1.80 No. 2!/2> Cala. Table Peaches 39 ;I t;

he shall change them, but may Instead 12 Lb. Self-rising Flour___ .95 No.2 Table Pears________ .25 I'll
i rejoice in the good that he is I
| A Charming Home--Modern and Commodious
doing, 10 Lbs. Good Rice________ .75 10 Lbs. Hudnuts Meal-____ .45 '
Prayer. I owe it to my minister : :

to pray for him each day that God 2 Pkgs. 'Macaroni ..______ .15 10 Lbs. Hudnuts Grit_____ .45 'jI
.bra.: 1crr may bless him and make his servicesa
I
blessing to everyone with whom he I "

comes In contact. The Frontier "WE SELL IT FOR CASH (,
.. With a view of erecting another residence in the same Christian. :t
WE SELL IT FOR LESS"y

neighborhood I am offering for quick sale my ARTHUR E. VOORHEESDIES ,\


Residence Property Located Where 'Tis High and Dry AT HIS HOME HERE I The Taylor System .1


at an astonishingly attractive Bargain Figure. 1---1( KISSIMMEE, I HAINES CITY i i'

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ternoon it t'X'i clock, at the ace ;

Magnolia trees give shade and Orange. Grapefruit and Peach trees are in the yard ready to fruit. I of sixlv-ftVe. L'u' Hwd wa j 4 mn ..
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of great! personality, ,possessed the
Bananas in fruit. Electric light: Large bathroom. Alley at rear. All conveniences. Fireplaoe. magnetism of his uncle. United FOR TAX-ASSESSOR can be found none who can assert;

Voorhees of Indiana his office has ever lent itself ,,to Unfair -
Senator ,
|States W. L BARBER DEMOCRAT
installed .to 'alto perfect 'horn The bargain for quick tale in this .
, Everything greatest, city for whom he waa at one time prviate I deals. His has taken special
r'
I secretary-and had formed many The two terms in the office of tax- pains in all his assessment work and +

J. GOODMAN Owner warm friends here. He was an uncle assessor which W. I. Barber has filled I his system of covering all portions i
of Mrs. J. W. Wilder, of this city. have been marked with a degree of of the county cannot be excelled.
&? I The remains have been forwardedto fairness and square-dealing; that deserves That i. the opinion of all who .kava '
.
r Poitofnce Box 129 Kissimmee the former horn. of the deceased, only the greatest of praise.Mr. had occasion to hare dealing with ,
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I Danville, Illinois.' aeeompanUd by Barber is young maD *f trde MM office. HU reeleet1on.to. : this h
I his widow-Mrs, Voortwea having worth. Bona and ,raiMd in Osceola pod VIH how that the voters highly ++ '
been r with 'her hMband at the tint with all appreciate a careful and palnstakincofficial.
1 of hU death. .. 4 there kll
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AI THE 1CISSFMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE I RID AT. OCTOBER 22, 1920r. -" '

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COUNTY, COMMISSIONERS AGAINST '.BONDEDDEBT' I C. B. YOWELL, FOR that hue:crop is well taken care of, J. W.. THOMPSON

i RECEIVE LIST OF. ALLCANDIDATES OF TWENTY MILLIONS ,. COUNTY SUPERINTENDED for in many sections: the money assured DR. BIJCKMASTER-
from' this will represent
ROAD crop DirectorLICENSED'
POSSIBLE
FOR
FOR OFFICEAt Funeral
For thlrt.twna resident oi a profit or loss to business as well .
the recent" .-meeting- of the commissioners (Contlll.ud'-from: ; : Pa.g: One) Florida, for thirty years a ridden l as to fanning interests! Even with .

of Oseeola county the bonded indebtedness? Do you recollect of Osceola county, for fifteen yean a lower price than was received for KISSIMMEE'S ,-
board received from H. Clay Craw- the humiliations and tribulations! a teacher' In the public schools-.thai peanuts i last :year, growers will, K EMBALMER ,
ford. secretary of elate over the official of our state on-account of that debt! Is a portion of the record of C.. E. care is taken in harvesting! and .
complete"list of all staU po you recall that in order to salvage Yowell candidate upon the democratic marketing:, receive a profit from ,' OSTEOPATHt
and congressional seat a candidate, with the credit of the state its officers ticket for county superintendent this crop that will, be on a par' with Store and Chapel, Stewart :Ave. I,

instruction to have the same placed as Trustees of the Internal of schools. His has been a ':1eanrecord. cotton or other staple crops KISSIMMEE( FLORIDA. .

the ballot. to be used Tuesday,, improvement Fund had to sacrifice too. lie has occupied several The following important facts '
4 )
i upon November 2. The first In the listwere 4,000,000 acres of state lands, incomparably clerical positions and assumed the should be carefully considered: LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW STATE BANK BUILDING ,
of the. 'democratic valuable now, to Hamilton position to which he now aspire| ) The nuts to bring the highest .
the names which will be found In Dlsston, of Philadelphia for when he was appointed to succtfei! market price must be well\) matured,, Phone No. 162
candidates
,
another column in this Issue. ThU 25c an acre-had to sell our heritage W. J. Sears, at the time the latter bright and dry, and contain aa little Warner Building

succeeded by the following;: for a-nncss of pottage to satisfy out. was elected congressman. Newel dirt and trash as possible this ---- ----.- .------
was That"; ,order ---------- 'O--- -- .
of creditors? residents of this'county may not be to secure con-
,... compliance with Section 215 ,..
the In General Statutes of the State of 1 do not know these facts from aware that Mr. Sears' election made.. dition a careful investigation of the _1, < .
I Florida 1 hereby certify to you that experience; but they are part of outhistory the office of county superintendentvacant field is necessary to see that the crop I .
III i!i as fully mature as possible b for'
li the following named persons have and it does not require that ; and may not be aware that I
nominated: to the respective offices one be very much of an old-timer to Mr. Yowell\ Nerved one year and digging.: .
, been to their name bv "link hack to 1881. Must we run alike eleven months to fill out the term Stack after digging/ as soon a'
.. '\ net opposite of the State\ of risk again, with the knowledgeof of office./ dirt is sufficiently dry to shake off
_""J; the republican party .the pant to guide us? Most of them knows) however that from the vinew. A loss m weight o'
L' Florida (white) : James W Archibald there is also a fund of present, at the following election Mr. Yowell' \', nround ten per cent will be in'urre" '
W. Allen
,
I George/ Priimmond. knowledge.: Look about you at the was elected} without opposition tn hy 1 leaving them exposed to-the sun
H.
II. I. Clough. .1. Notice
: long)' enough for the stem connecting' License
and J. B. Moffett, topresidential <>< progressive Florida counties.. See serve the people in that capacity ; t.I I
I, J.V.. Locke electors., how heavily they are bonded! for and know also, that in the primary the pod to the ,vine to become dryas I
I ronds. Will due credit this he hud no opposition f" thin will uton the circulation of
t' A..Clork to InUnited State ifoorl. 1 they get: year
tr G.
; t for these expenditures when some nomination. All this tends to show sap from the vine to the kernelcausing
''j senator. be of their hiirhwnvs!: are linked into the the esteem in which lie is held. h'- the kernel to shrivel, whichif
to lepiespntalivc
I
S, Howc-n
f i I Crate fourth congressional new system 11 It is hunt to see how. the people and the confidence whichIs stacked/ green would fill) out. 1 K
in congress, If not, than are not the backward .. his from, all\ 'sections.. of Osccolii the vines. are stacked green around

I' '. al.W.district.I. Van )Dozer> to lie govtnOI'1lsmes counties profiting, by and at our expense << county. Ills.. election on Tuesday! ( poles] on clots pieces high enough Please take notice that Occupation
from the free tnruln-
,'
grpundtogive
to lie comptroller. ? :Suppose: that some, methodof Novombpr 2, to succeed himself! fnl'I ;
;i R. McCarthy 1 'allowance for work done is in- i the I second term is generally corneil tion. the nuts to the (center biigh
) I ed-for he numbers his friends bv nuts and hay of good qu-dity will; October )
to be treasurer. \ol\ei). \How can compensation be Licenses are clue and }payable) on I
II, I.. Ewing
satisfactorily, arranged ? Shall wegive the hundreds; in nil icctions. Tcuch-, invariably be secured. They Shouldnot
J. K. Junkin to lie, superintendentof be from the vines,. until!
picked Ii
Flngler county full credit for ('is admire .mi \because 'of the interest \
public Porter instruction.to be commissioner I its abominable biiikways ? Can we he takes in their work and t thoroughly, cured: and, liv: remaining! ) first. All parties: (operatingvith) -
M. N. from four to ,six weeks in the stack.
permit Seminole count to enter. into the .effoit"t he bits taken to provide
of agriculture. with thnt nc"d-l ld See that there Is n reileuncr! on t the
; of the n full]) share upon the basis of the t them everything t is
t s K T A-vt'-ll court. to be justice cost of its unsatisfactory\ trunk (' and to urge, better salaries so far nicking mat'bine.. and do not try to cut such licenses alter that datearl' indirect
supreme sell dirt nnd trn, h.Reduce .
1 Raird to bo lailrond commisiiioner. lines 1 Is Polk count to Profit bythe II>- lay within his power; and nil .
C
S : mistake it made in asphalting? school patrons feel that in C. Y.Yowell the ost of harvesting byusing
t'j have f lend who wil'' a tool of some kind! to dig of the Lt and will
i In compliance with !Section" ( :Jl.!I:i of Can Orange) county or ourselves ask they n i violation : \Y )
General Statutes of the Stale of with grace, that the ungrouted and look to their; interests A vote rOIl' with instead of pulling the vines. A
the
Mretih betvon 'inn on NoM-nilK i' :J wlj) l I" a for\\ i >' < ommon turning plow with mold
Floildn I hr-ieliv, :lined certify' to you have that I \lntlou"t."It"l11porllry Oilund! ( ) and Kissimmce Iel1'k..n "tep for I the county and its edm.ilonal ,hoard 01 wing removed will doI'se I be subject to prosecution) if said licenses -
the following n ) persons -
in your workpal "certain
' I institutions.EXCLUSIVE 1 system
hngiml; co--t -
offices at Its piiciHae
been nominated to 1ho respective! .
--- ones of the hands at'aikjng..
set opposite to their names by we the assurance to count the .ttherat' hunching, and others, at : the month
NEWS IN I II I not paid during
( the republican! party (of the !State of I :Melbourne i I link as a ,permanent .IS'"I carrying ti the stack.Leaving are
Florida set ? Yet surely wlwn the St at' I | THE TAMPA. TIMES
:
the vines the
) on t ground
.1nn,.... W Archihilcl. Eo1.: i. Hrels-! Road, Department' nets, it will lei\e
of .I berepaired The Daily Times is the on I 'o cure will cause many kernels to of October.
F F. G. theca faulty lengths roa to Timpa
ford. I c'lnn"1: ( Chubb \ <2MC.
'r'' hnl l that would otherwise, fill out.'t'he _
fl. r. Smith, and Gevrge( I1Wentworlh and l "maintained" until! th 'v FI"I'llh i newspaper that publishcbe i
Pope 1 nuts will become discolored and
with and David' l.awientie political lette""his -
J.iftwhile it proceeds now :
t to he presidential elt'-I 'he 1 woitblessAoid L. HANDY I >
t torsJohn. solid'! work in the bnckwa'd" counties: exclusive1\ feature is the stand has practically I -
} :M. Cheney to be UnitedStates that would do nothing for hem I lIy with limes I readers, who are kep' stalking when vines are wet "
I ,. : conversant with the lineun with dew or rain. If the doss pieces :
senator. selves Hecause w'l'f(' :irogresive borough ..
,. Crate S. Bowen to be rpprp".nta1tive and forward-looking we nvisigo fOI'l the big tight between Cox .un'" I reton t war I tote gi: 'ounil it meansmoldy Collector.

y congress, fourth congressional on without remission, paying our aiding( nuts. I
in / bond, l taxes interminably! for road, of With the full day and night leorts 'I reat the peanut crop as well asson '
cliMrict.George t I
E. Gay to he governor "good intentions, until, at the hitter > of The Associated Press, ful'Membership do cotton and to the other crops
l hence the rrhcipal in the Newspaper! En tad 1 ,it will pay fully as well
WTlliam! M. Gober to he attorney\ I end many years
Full directions,
haixesting
and interest are painfully .c'- erpnsc- association and exclu--i\ on peanuts '
general I
W.I.\ Northup to be comptrollerF tired. while the hick ,counties "ride publication lights .to the articles of will gladly be furnished on request -
E.lu..t\ to be treasurer to glorv" on mon..v that is equally some of the best political writers inAmerica by t the Information Depart-
I much theirs. We the The Times is a highly in ,,11<'t I Southeastern Peanut Associalion. -
as ours as are ,
J. E. Jun -m to superintendent) !
j I I JSIJi 1 Kmpiie, Building, Atlanta
instruction. pioneers -they are the profiteers. :;erl'stil1gn"WBPIlPC'T for any Flonan ,
l of public -- -- - - - --- - -
, ; R, Hull to be commissioner I IN..well We have fair pYonrises that the No other daily in the state (Jn.; or write to your State director'
of agriculture.F I'' tax is to come from the automobilefund will\ watch the moves and ('ount r. of extension work. I R. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY

j r W. Marsh to be justice of the I IlIupr'me and our millage is not to be moves of the presidential campaign If you have a count anent get the in JACKSONVILLB.; FLORIDA
touch with him. Do not harvest
I
court. ''in renq<>d. Is that in the amendment (o closely.
', N. B. K. Pettingill to be justiceof ? Certainly not. We must The Times will\ be sent anywheren crop in a slipshod manner and then COMPLETE FERTILIZERS FBHTILIZEII
the court. trust the legislature the advocates the state from now until after the complain that you do not get the MATERIAL
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GeorC.supreme Crom to be railroad '' of the bonds. lIar the constitutional lection for $1. 5-a David Lawrence top market prices.! Ir"SECTICIDEII" !
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' commissioner. 'I convention trust the legislatu letter and other fine features S. W HIATT I I POULTMT BUPPLIM

t In compliance with Section 215 of'' .-e? On the contrary it was left fter the returns are in.MOTHERS' 4Jxx: .Publicity Peanut and Field Assn. Agent, Southeastern I .Write.INNS Prl_ &!. .. !'.'tl. Cfc.-_..-*. >>rl_ Iw.r. I- !!_ ...... Uulltvn
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the General Statutes of the State of distinctly beyond the power of the
Florida. I hereby certify to you that legislature to pledge: the state credit. CLUB NOTES o
v the following named persons have '- And now, as, Kipling says "The OF GENERAL INTERESTThe
". been nominated to the respective offices burned fool's bandaged finger goes I
'-i set opposite to their names by I wabbling back to the fire." And lunchroom for school pupils i-
r' the socialist party of the State of bear in mind it is not this legislature : proving ; a great success and show
Florida: alone we elect to trust. We are that the measure was one that was Smokeless and

) ) Fred Cole, Mrs. L. I.. Hays Mrs. putting the authority into the handsof I 'in actual necessity The Mothers' Black Powder
! A. E. Hfenri. A. N. Jackson 1 I.. M the sons of some of those membe Club feels proud over the fact that I I IL
O'Kelley, and Herman W. Pillsbury. rs. here is a daily attendance of fully -
to be presidential electors.M. We are told-to he correct-that 1 I two bundled 1 I. and is also proud of WaterproofMoneyBack '
J. Marton to be United Stttes, the amount of bonds that can be I the fact that the service m admirably .
senator. issued is restricted to 5*# of the 1 carried on by :\frll..L. H. Intrramiid t

.a ; Earl Knul to be representative in total tax assessment of the state .a' : her assistant, Miss Nellie Best s

t congress, fourth congressional district. the time of issue. Those who havewatched The quarters are kept scrupulously
the size of their assessments ' lean and sanitary,' and those patrons ":I

4 Pr. F. C. Whitaker to be governor. rise instantaneously from of the' schools who occasionally\ h,, 1 '
'( George C. McDougal. to be railroad time to time at the whim of county visit the premises are pleased with
commissioner. commissioners or 'city councils when- the general outlook. Mothers are
In compliance\ with Section 215 of ver the millage has reached its urged to visit the place at fren'
k the General Statutes of the State of bearable limits and the local solons inh'rvIIIR-and partake of some of
Florida. I hereby certify to you that want funds, will not regard !such the food furnished! the pupils. 1'1(, i- ,
k i) the following named persons have I protection seriously. dentally those who call at the busy
r ? been nominated to the respective offices Lastly and worse, we are not voting I noon hour are usually impressed as'' -
set opposite to their names bv on a distinct proposition that help'rs"as were Mesdames Morri:
ftI the prohibition party of the State of may suit us or not according/ to our son, Stanley, Roberts, Trimble, am'fottermnn : ,
Flo-Ida : iudjrm<>nt. We are turning over the who were 'guests on
A '..' W. R. Brvant, Charlotte R. Coffin keys to the vault to our agents and Wednesday.
r R. A. McAuley, W. M. Nannev, Wesley they in turn will pass them on to Mrs: F. W Tatum has kindly remembered -
,r, C. Richards and Ernest M. 'Fe) 11' sub-agents the State Hoard the lunchroom in a material -
Smith, to be presidential' electors. lt| partment. It is a bureaucracy mannei' -donating forty-five glasses : I ( iMII
The board declared the pay for Now watch politics thrive. Watch of jelly toward the menu. It is ,,err8
s election clerks, inspectors! and sheriffs the contracts and improvements go to be regretted that Mrs. Tatum I is
*. for the coming election should, by favo,. Observe the public get about to change her residence from
ft be as follows: the. hook. Admit, if you like, that this city to Tampa.
a In precincts 5, 9, and 10, $-a' per the department is honest, competent, Friends ,, day; in precincts 2 and 8, $5 per day; cautions, and even-handed (and, hv reminded of the approach of Thanksgiving -
.I in precincts 3 and 6, $6 per day; in the way, these remarks are not -at which time the club will\
precinct 7, S10, for the entire job; in meant? to reflect on any specific. person follow its usual custom of forwarding t
I precinct 1, $12.50 for the entire job; or board), yet is it not a fact a box to the Jacksonville. Or-
in precinct 4, $17.50 for the same. thnt no policy can be formulated, phanage.\ Those who may have donations
County Attorney Pat Johnston instructed followed or enforced so long as the of clothing or canned goodsto f"-
the board that in the arrangement personnel of the board can changeso send to that institution may turn
of the printed ballots all' quickly and completely as the the same over to Mrs. S. L. Lupfer.
names of candidates for each representative membership of the present board Next Friday there will be a meet-
office! should be placed has done? ing of the Kissimmee! women to receive ShotShellsYou
C, in alphabetical order, regardless of It is not wise to bond the state. instructions as to voting in the
i party affiliations, and the same was The matter of permanent roads is election on the following Tuesday.
so ordered. one! of special local benefit where the Practice ballots wi1be\ on hand;;
Two hundred dollars were allowedL. localities benefited ought to pay the there will be inspectors and a clerk Shells
t H. Wilson county demonstration t.ax. and suffer for their own mis- appointed from those present; booths can get your money back for The Black w. make exactly the

), agent, for incidental expenses in takes. If we cannot link up our will be used; and in all\) ways, 'pro- if, for any reason at all, you don't like them. Just same guarantee with
'' for the highways because the backward ceedings will be held by the women
making arrangements county will
box and
the we
display at the state fair in Jackson Counties will not do their part (and as near as possible to a real elec- bring back the unused part of QCAitTRIDGFS I

ii ,,1\11'\ remember it is probable that those tion. There will\ be some experienced refund to you, without question, the price of the
Upon the suggestion of the county counties that do not build good voters present to give instruc There i. no 22 Long '
whole box.
i, !,, attorney' the board made a recommendation roads do not pay their share of the tions. All women who desire to receive ,
+ to the state comptrollerthat automobile tax), this will not injure this proffered aid should at- The Black Shells have reached so high a state of Rifle cartridge ai accurate
certain taxes which are delinquent us so much. tend this meeting at the Chapter and at dutancei from
be settled Without the twenty- The progressive counties herd together House, which will be in session on perfection in waterproofing, in. speed: in power, 50 to 2SO yards aa U. S. !

five' percent penalty-the attorney and they are prospering righton Friday October 29, from ten in the in uniformity'that we can make this unlimitedguarantee. 22 N. R.A. Lang Rifle
bowing good reasons for that step: even in the present condition of morning till four in the afternoon. Letrook Cartridge. Tolais
and the recommendation was at once things.It CELESTE J. FRIPP .
; forwarded to Tallahassee. is better that we do not amend.G. President Mothers' Club. 50 more yards of accuracy
h 1
Other proceedings of the board P. GARRETT. ficV-.BLACK SHELLS than hat hitherto ..t,
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have been previously mentioned in Concentrated ink comes in tube been possible with 22
e these coiumgs.J MAKING WOOD-TEX BRICK like tooth paste and is squeezed outa
drop at a time. SlDokelc",and Biack Pow4e., rim-6re ammunition. I
REPUBLICANS FORM CLUB "KisHimmee now seems assured ofa Solid bullet for target I
solution of the paving problem SAVE YOUR J PEANUT CROP Try The Black Shells, if you don't know them. You can work. Hollowpointbullet

At the request of a number of which have been vexing the city get your pet load for every kind of shooting, in smokeless or
f those persons wishing to know how fathers for some time past," says! With the present rather discouraging bullet for small game.Cost .
to vote correctly permission was The Kissimmee Valley Gazette. The outlook for as high prices a* powders. :; no more. Ask for
given to use the city hall, and Alex newspaper tells of getting contracts last year being paid for peanutsthis UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY N.w York,Afan /.ctor.r. circular C-93.

\ Akerman, chairman of the state re- arranged and the provision of bond I season! undoubtedly the tendency -! Com in .-Jd. copy of Th U. S. Game Law Book-FREE.
publican committee, met a number money for the work. In another column : among' many growers will be to I
of them there last Tuesday evening The Gazette tells that wood-tex give: less care and attention to the OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO., Kiuimmee, Fla. W. B. MAKINSON CO., Kissimmee, Fla.
\ to give instructions Mr. Akerman' brick are considered for the pavingof harvesting and ( crop Fla.
opened the meeting. It was decidedto at least a few blocks in Kissim than they would otherwise. This! S. F. Tram Co. Cocoa, Fla. J. S. Stone Melbourne,

at once form a "Harding-Coolidge mee. The plant is now making great however, will be a grave mistake on W. A. Brow Cocoa Fla. H. M. Sallie Sebaaiiaa, Fla.
i with Mrs. Akerman numbers of these brick and the people the part of thfe'grower,* as there will
v Club as per- I Thomas FIa.Chas. .
Fla. Gas Sharps
Ean Gallic ,
manent chairman, and Katherine who are pleased that the indus I unquestionable be'a wider range ofprices A. E. Mathers & Co. ,

.. Derbyshire; as secretary-treasurer. try has taken such a good hold and this year than usual between E. Sand Fort Pierce, Fla. J. E. W. McCallers Vero, FU.
immediately their that orders are coming in for the nuts of good sound quality and those Vero Fla.
Twenty-eight gave Gifford Fla. L. D. Cox
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names M member., and others have brick, are anxious to have at least of poor grade suitable only for oil Gifford Tradiag Co. ,
4f t sine joined so that the number is a sample of paving done there. The purposes. A little extra care and ladiaa River Naval" Stores Malabar, Fla.Terry's W. M. Stewart Vera, Fla. \-
/ city is likely with its new contractsand expense at harvest may mean a considerable I:
.fiow sixty-Din Another meeting Cask & Carry Store Melbourne, Fla. A. J. Byrd Vero, FU.fr3.ta.S .
.ul be held pest Tuesday evening. '' facilities, to have (rood paving extra profit at marketingtime. I II '
: :- .. before many months roll by.- Jacksonville Business men as well as far-
Quit ts.ocklDe. Times-Union. mers should be interested in seeing I
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/ THE "BUNCH"nuT BEAN j fi --j

sj gYAiD WoJ "OOlINQW

4 X' has.Advantage' ot:PotatoVari;, i.. \ At-the, State Fair,

.. 'and. Noa .M,' the PuaJvaaJtag: t .
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GAIH..S .16. PPUHflSMuraliy IfiATHS
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The velvet i bean ;undoubtedly the IAa.stir. awl/d1j/ ,Ipe1c A :' i,

most vigorous the best and most 4 \. **..rt.> g'Jacksonville
Feared .Aist *, Trveka,*
widely adapted legume for growingIn A Breakdowa Bat
I 'tl'HE !APTER?
Florida. It thrive on almost any .Says HaJtaWas Restored By I' ear
type of Boll suitable for farming and Taldaf TaaUc l ,. -:.'fa. addition to ..the.aay .

is not-subject to root-knot. In fact, other teatar which will chan W **.Y*,',F..1 ,Oat d'Sorts ... 3t

its extreme .rankness of growth '''Tan ac has done more for me thanI aetorta tile FlorMa ,8taUfair> laJaoksonvllU. JKUt "witk a; bah E/i '

l : renders it objectionable for certain' thought medicine could possibly, Nor. J8-t7.ith.pool, of *

purposes* This bean would appear in for it hat built me up sixteen poundsin Florida .will bar, aa opportunity to LOOK ,TO YOUR .BLOOD
to, be will suited for growing weight and put me in fine shape view aa automoUl show equal .to '
1 groves and. orchards as a cover crop Pal. Co.p'.d.-L..p1.} ; FCagLtwerw '
habit again. said Tim Murphy who is th* bt exeluslv. auto.shows la the _
but for its
f I and soil improver the ,trees tending to employed at Daniel's shipyards and -ry. V'itality.Ne.d.Mer.. Rd 4 .
of climbing ;
choke and shade them. It might also living at Seminole Heights; Tampa, "Latest models of an of all' makes i Blood& :rake Pept..M.....

be successfully grown as a hay Florida. 1 'Itt b* ,oa display and will b* dwnon-..
for its heavy "For more than two years beforeI I Carted rU tamlllar their So many people spend week after ",
crop if it were not Indigestion : by *xp w\th\ :
Tanlae I troubled with
took was week down. and i
it feeling out. They
.
tangling growth which makes very in onatmctloo, maalpvlatloa and ear*
and my stomach was never stop to think that nothing
difficult to handle. It heavy, matting, such bad condition that timesI To( anyone, who owns a oar, or who the .
many really is matter. They satisfy ,' .
vines also renders it dif
'1 Now 'to Satisfy ficult growth to of plow under when used as a would have. to leave my meals un' Boatamplate-owalac vital. on-U)l*. It also inter- touched.. If I ate anything except Importance H."OII will'have .kick. I'll be all right tomorrow.

Frost fen green with manure the gathering crop. of the beans the very lightest of food I would / before you an competing make',t[t And tomorrow comes again and
Jack Appetites when this practice is followed. have a heavy, depressed feeling in You will le aM to get the data oa 1 again. Still they feel depressed and '.

Those who have witnessed the my stomach, my heart would palpitate see and batons that is forgotten, you'' languid scarcely able 'to get around..
the Cooking Utensils terribly and I would have awful tber.. Toa.will I If don't feel like yourself
are right phenomenal increase in the acreage paD post,yourself on &Q you you
HERE attacks of shortness of breath.
the big, bountiful, appetizing devoted to the velvet bean crop in My nerves were in such bad shape thus, be .a ?l l. .to..njor*,Accurately !corn-; '',are not yourself. If needs wea, and '
blood
pale,
the few your strengthen-
the South during past years pan the two aa regards your particular
nourishing meals that everybody wantsin and who have been familiar with that the least little excitement would needs.. I ding. You should know about Pepto-
upset me', and thought I was goingto < Manffan that famous blood too Ie..
cold weather. both its merits and demerits, will have a complete breakdown. I .la this ,kU< realize the importance of the discov- pre
skillet tried so many medicines without any posy models of eootmeretal .trucks; scribe it because it contains the
or
We have every pan, dish pot, ery of a variety that does not vine. just
relief that I had about givenup .of which deslga-
This bean which appeared in Georgia just .ay are vftlealarly / ingredients needed to make red
other utensil you need, for everything three or four years ago, is of the all hope. .of ever finding anything ed for has oa farms.. These .ar* all blood. It renews your energy put

*that mother used to make." true bush type, and shows less ten- that would help me. !lIMa* and of varying. i7P a. Now'Is J I you where you ought to be. Begin
dency to vine than do such other "Well, I started taking Tanlae on th* time to get alt jMsblt( >> Information with it today. Get the tablets if _
Come in today and pick out the practical varieties of cowpeas as Wonderful orBrabham. the advice of a friend and the way op the Important question erf tnt they wl) be more convenient to take '

e sensible things you want. All specially says J. B. Thompson for themedicine ing less than fixed marvelous.me up was I noth-have tranaportatipn-r-a; question which U than the liquid. Both have the same
age crop specialist of the Florida destined to be much discussed In the medidinal properties. But be stir iyou j
displayed.THE Experiment Station. taken five bottles now, have a splendid s.ar.fntutr. get the genuine PeptoMangan.Ask j
first at the appetite and my stomach seemsto for "GudVs" and be sure that
bean
This was grown ,
in condition for it The accessory section la this .build-
OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY Station during be perfect the full name, "Gude's Pepto-Maa- "
Florida
)Experiment
troubles bit.'I'm 'long Ing la highly Interacting to the -to- "
no
the season of 1019) !) from seed received never me a ]. up gan, is on the package.-(Adv.)
KISSIMMEE, FLA. through the courtesy of Mr. Alf er worried with palpitation or short ate motorist.

R. Neilson of West Palm Beach, who ness of breath, and my nerves are as Unless you viltttlm phow :you can-

obtained a small quantity of the seed steady as steel. Why, I'm simply 1 apt ,say that you are up to tt>*. minute P. O. BOX 135 P. O. BOX 135
STORE! hesitate to t
fine and I don't .
feeling ,
THE WINCHESTER from a party in Georgia. The 1919' oa motor can and their equipment.
Tanlac credit for what it's done
P small, constituting only give done for me." I "
a few plate, A little more than an 0. T. SIMPKINSTAILOR
.. acre was"' planted and is growingthis UZ.Tanlac Roberson is sold and in Central Kissimmee Drug by Store J. Fair Visitors Will
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Seed season.of the "bunch" velvet bean and in St. Cloud by the St. CloudPharmacy. Find Bigger and V :
and HATTE& :
was Available on the market in limited Better Institution -
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quantities during the past '-
spring and will probably be possible PEANUT HARVESTING '
Phone Manhattan Hotel
obtain it in quantity for next ,
Nature to MACHINERYPeanut New. Building Being Created, and

year. Plane Made for Better Groupingof Kiwimme, Fla. "h I
growers ire harvesting or Exhibit: Nov. 18 to Z7.
Constipation.Most
...- .... + ,r making preparation for harvesting I
laxatives and cathartics afford their Certain machinery can

Responds only temporary relief and be profitably crops. used for these purposesin lack.onnlle.-W"ten the throngs !b.gin .- Hats I clean-Hati I block. i'

should be used only for that purpose.relief order to save man labor and to do I to stream through the gates of My work is solid at a rock.
When you want permanent the work better.
k.4.IWb.y V' take Chamberlain's Tablets and be A. P. Spencer, vice-director of agricultural the Florida State Fair berNoyem- For Brit class.service, I hold the key.
"., to observe the directiohs with ber 18 Ito Z7-tbe will find a bigger
careful extension, states that some
Nature is on r.....-;:;Gn'pan = each package. These tablets not on kind of plow or digger should be used and better Institution from every an And all my work is guaranteed. iYI

s.r ly. y s ly movethe' bowels, but improve the to turn up the nuts, especially on gle. Even at this early date, workmenare I have a "rep"as the "real" hat man.
.Ustiyour appetite and strengthen the digestion heavy soils Most farmers use a busy preparing buildings and

side A r ooo turning plow for this purpose, running grounds for the reception of the exhibits I am known to please you if I can.

!-------.r-. : The U. S. Department of Agricul- it just deep enough to pick ups and later the crowds. .And to long as I wear my own pants
j the nuts. The mold board shouldbe
timeyou. i ture warns housewives against the taken off to keep the dirt from Among the new buildings Is an additional I intend to allow everybody chance..,
I every :: : of preservative powder or live stock
;: j use any and mammoth
: thrown the Diggers
:: : I home canning being on vines. My tailoring is A number one.
compound in
canning buUdng. This fair feature Is making
similar to diggers have been
:;. I i potato
I : and
eat'Grape$4uts:: Their use encourages ,Careless used on heavy soils to advantage.The tremendous forward strides, and It Its unexcelled beneath the tun.
and in large
work
uncleanly Spanish variety can be pulled up imperative the fair managementmake
waa
have serious effects Suits I order will please most.I .
amounts they It is in loose soils but when the soil is 1 provisions to accommodate the' you
and health. entirely -
digestion '
uPcn practicable to put 'up fruits heavy too many are lost. ever Increasing number of exhibits I can almost fit your ghost.
Nuts left in the diggersare
ground by
and vegetables so that th"yrill I not wasted provided hogs are Last year it was necessary to turndown Since no one wants to die (for/ true {
keep indefinitely by processing the car load. of cattle and
many
products with heal. There is 'no reason given After the the run vines of the have field.been loosened .win* because of lack of apace to Let me do your dyeing for you. 1I il

for risk by the is use violation of canning of from the soil they are gathered up properly house them. A. It was, I dye to live. I live to dye A V i

powedrs. Its use a acida by forks and sand, shaken off, and many .swine and cattle bad to be V .' t
the food law. Boric or salicylic My work is known to satisfy. .
and thrown into heaps as soon as they .
For this sturdy blend wheat the basis of most canning com- placed in tents.Landscape "
dried. The vines should bv 1f t
are .
gardener are also at Prea.inS'-Oe.ning-Aherinl
the market today.
malted barley supplies body and pounds on stacked around poles in the field, especially -
work at the fair grounds, and from an Making old clothes look like new.
brain with just the elements of Ease the pain of a rheumatic attack if they are to be picked by artistic viewpoint the fair will *.. should be thoroughly
They' -
machinery. and tobacco.
I have cigars
ofBallard'
cigarettes
by a rubbing application
eclipse the exposition of the past
will
demands dried before
nutrition that Nature Snow Liniment. It relieves stacking, or they
'
mold. There will be many Innovation this too.Tobacco. .

t .j, For health and "vigor. Joints.tenderness Three and sizes strengthens, 80c, 60c ,and the Peanut pickers are:! in general use year In. grouping) the ,xhlblM with a to smoke and. tobacco, to
throughout the peanut section. There view showing' them to the ben possible .. ,
'lr Grape*Nuts .is', a :Sugar Saver"There's < $1.20 Pharmacy.per bottle.I Sold by Roberson's.* are two or three makes all of which advantage. chew. . ,

'f': __ _.
of satisfac
work with fair
.L a degree
: c every additional '
department
I tion. These machines will pick from In. practically Second hand clothes and shoe \ buy
aReason"f The American Forestry AssociaI will for the
i space .b* provided '
-I I tion, Wasbingtoa, D. C., has issued 20 to 40 bushels,per hour depending, exhibitors. Sell them too? and that'sno? lie.
should
1 bulletin entitled "The Tree-The upon the qyo p. A good picker "
a the Agitation sift The best chewing gum you ever will
Memorial Tree Lives," by Charles L. separate ,pops.
itaat Cereal .Inc.,Battle Creelc.MicK. out the sands from the vines, producing -
select trees,
2Y Postum: Peck It tells how to The vines DO YOU KNOW the *tat. Pair offer. chew,
clean hay. arp
how to secure them, prepare them, : this y.ir a total of approximately 130,000 '
plant and care for them. This bulletin I shredded by the picker, which makes In Cash promlumaT I've got that gum lo sell to you.

tan be had for the_asking. As the hay sections much better where foe peanuts stock.In are a DO YOU KNOW than Stab Pair I IFlorida la a Quick lunch I serve ;o if you .wish
an asset to any piece of property a A.. It ,
have found 1
commercial buyers
--- estimated. crop to eat.
-
-- treeor trees canot be over

A clear colorless liquid that will +I i There are nearly 200 toy factoriesin Trees spread beauty and comfort over -, that price it machine-picked pays then to give nuts a better than vartlilng DO 'YOU Plorlda'KNOW roure the Stat* all Pair over I Is ads the Walk in my place and take a seaL

heal wounds, cuts, sores and galls is the United States.RubMy.Tism any home.Merchants world
the latest and bent production of for those picked by hand. Shoes shined too, you bet your hat.,

medical science. Ask for Liquid is a powerful anti- in Poland accept pota- To remove bilious impurities in the about DO YOU Florida KNOW at the you State can Fair larn a lot My place is the place to get it aLTo
Borozone it is a marvel i ia flesh- septic; it kills the poison caused from toes as currency because their value system and be made internally clean

healing remedies. Price, 30c, 60 and Infected cuts, cures old sores, tetter, does not change, as does that of and healthy you need the fine tonic I I.DO a Plorlda YOU KNOW Institution the Plorlda for all Stars. Plorlda Pair be a winner in ,(fife's h.rd.race.. ..4Don't t

|1.20. Sold by. Roberson. s Pharmacy. etc.--adv. . money._ and laxative properties of Herbine.It fail to patronize my place.
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1- -- acts quickly and thoroughly. Price DO YOU KNOW the county
the State Pair will toll you mora
Roberson's
Sold
69c. by Pharmacy. about Florida than a trip through the
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LASTS FLORIDA'S FAVORITE PAPER DO YOU KNOW you can ... aroplan.
STOCK
WHILE. THIS The Tampa Morning Tribune is your tunt*hair at the curl State Pair that will make To abort a cold .

y everlastingly fighting for the inter- j
ests of the people and the develop- DO YOU KNOW the Florida atat Pair and =
la only three yar old, but makes a prevent complications
and who
ment of this section, no one ,
of exhibit than
bttr ihowlng < county
has the welfare of South Florida at many older fairs
heart can afford not to be a constant take a

Special P.ric.esVon: Tires reader of The Tribune. It is Flor- the DO State YU Pair KNOW last 128.000 yarTDO poopl visited j n

ida's great metropolitan paper, car-
rying the f3ll" night and day reportof YOU KNOW the ItM Stat Pair It I
The Associated Press with Intelli- to b* hold In Jaekaonvlllo, Nov. '..V'

gent correspondents in every nook DO YOU KNOW the Stat Pair' I I. the
., and corner in its territory. Its big bt *lngl* publicity medium Florida had
Sunday edition has the most com-
DO YOU KNOW the Florida State Palii '
j plete comic and magazine section visited every year by visitor front i
6,000 MILE GUARANTEE STANDARD MADE printed in the State, and the sub every State In the oountryf : ;
scription rates are only $8.00 per
and DO YOU KNOW the state Pair I I. s l%
annum $4.00 per six months tlm-kpr of Plrlda'a progroMT .
1 for three months. Wrntb for I ;
1I I 30x3 R. D. Clincher________________________________$12.40 $2,00 sample copy and subscribe today. 43 DO YOU KNOW h* Stat Pair holpt

30x3J/2! N. S. Clincher______._________________________ 17.65 you know PI..rtaT 1

31x4 N. S. Clincher.._____________________________ 24.30 WINTER EGGS"The DO_ YOU a eomplot KNOW automobile the State chow Pair In-

32x3/z! N. S. Straight Side________-___________________ 21.85 KNOW the $tate Pair f
DO YOU ground f
.. .. The and refinadl
32x4. _____1______________________ 28.30 first winter I used Dr. Le- are being enlarged' this yart purified
.. .. Gear's Poultry Prescription. it mademe calomel tablet that aleDau..I.
.. 33x4 00 _____1______________________ 29.45 a lot of money. I have 61 hens DO YOU KNOW the Stab Pair 'la .
.. potent fore for better livestock In Plor. .... aaE.and ...
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34x4. ____________________________ 30.50 and sold in January $44.00 worth, of
.. .. eggs, besides what we used ourselves. eta1DO
32x4J/2! .._!________________________ 36.25 ."-C. D. McCormick, Irimo, learlng YOU house KNOW of general the State Informalseabout Pair I.I I Medicinal yirtties'retained ) i

33x4/z! 00 > _________________ ___________ 38.85 Idaho.A FIor10a? and irnprored. Sold
.. .. .. .. hen can't moult and lay at the only in healed packages.
34x4/z! ____________________________ 40.25 time. Poultry Raisers who get': DO YOU KNOW you can get roduerato < Price 3SecbO11I
same State Pair this .
.. .. .. to the yoarT
35x4/2! 00 ____________________________ 42.25 an ,abundance of eggs': ': 'uae' Dr. I.c- .
which KNOW the Florida Stale Palile .
.. Gear's Poultry Prescription, DO YOU
37x5 00 00 00 ____________________________ 48.25 pulls hens through the moult in short : I YOUR "'al"Jack.onyllle?
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35x5 ____________.______________ 4075 order, tones up the system and stim- UiU
.. .. .. ulates the egg-producing Fla.-An Important<
36x4'/2' ____________________________ 42.80 injury. If you want organs eggs growing adjunct to the more than I

his winter when icggs': mean money Million Dollar Live Stock Show, wblct Day

get' Dr. LieGear's Poultry Prescription will be one of the chief attraction. a

We have only a Limited Stock at this price. Above prices from your dealer right today.Dr. the Florida Stat Fair and Expovltloi

LeGear is America's foremost 18 to 17. will be
(i Jler, ngvember an *x
.quoted, will apply only to stock on hand. Expert Poultry Breeder and Vetet' blblt of the calf club classes. Man

inarian. For any ailment whatsoever of the state Interested OCTOBER 30 '
young people are
LUPFER & PRATHER GARAGE among your poultry or stock get his In this laudable work and the In ,
4 remedies .from your dealer. They! .a
will dlcatlons ire It will soon assume at
must satisfy you or yourcdealer
refund Important and far reaching Come to Kissimmee ;
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AND TELL INTO HANDS It, I I. to ]laugh! The printer goe*" E.taVthhfd"l906; "
BETTER THANWHISKEY
4 . qF A WHITE WOMANThe' ,STATE FAIRPVaCfceretf intothe cigar store lays down 16 '
cents for a' 'Krcent cpr and smiles;

FOR following article from the< he gee to the bout shop and gives up j SCHNARR & CO.
{ will throw Blue, Bloods. to Cole c." fifteen slmoleont for a pair of five ..
Charlotte, N, C.. Observer '
buck kicks and the
the' 01- At State Fair This Year rejoices with, FLORIDA
light upon the aspirations storeman over his prosperity; to the ORLANDO.. ; r. '
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FLU ored element tif the. Republican party '
COLDS AND <<, druggist he hands a dollar for a
I : Similar literature Inl has Orange been lackIlOllTin.'I1Iere are varloas bottle'of physic that he', formerly Specialists in Sprays. Sprayers and Spraying

quietly been distributed. i kinds of chicken, *a moat of u. know bought! for 85 cents and makes good .

New Elixir, Called As iron.'j county. reads -*t least! by heareat-.but It you by.adding'50 cents to the outlay as

al, Medicated With LatesScientific' 'The The letter Stanley News-Herald, published want to make the acquaintance of the payment olates to for make 25 cents' worth a'nccessiJty of choc- of

" at Albernarle, this week rr': blue-bloods, 1sU the poultry the'physjc SCHNARRSSPR i.
Remedies Usec I he
| ; the grocer and the botcher FORMULA
pays
prints 'a letter -which was addressee building .t the State Fair Nor. 13 27.
and Endorsed by Euro white Woman 01 'I two prices and registers approbajtion : .
by mistake to a Femur? breeder from 811 part of ; he gives'the bankerS I ITo
per.t'.nt '
pears and American Army that town and which may bent In It'ntirctybarrlnA' be- the State/ hays already: made Application |.for 4. per cent money andecoi'nfzelJ for, WHITE FLY and SCALE INSECTS

Surgeons to Cut Short sCold understood by being presented for entry, and It begins to loot: that in unnatural tunes\ one must expect -
: the/ capital- letters that- t
substitutes see
( avoid
as- though even the "Standing Room | unnatural charges; he pays.the ,
and Prevent Complications. : that arf| strung through )t. The document - Only" sign would haft to be Ukdowns i garageman the picture show man, __ SCHHARKS appears on every barrel i
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. reads: The poultry industry Is ODe the dairyman, and the railroad their '
Dear Voters: if increased rates without a kick, but Winter Haven Branch, or through\! any
"The 10th Amendment to the Con more Imoort&ao thaa l in U. S. Instructed the United States gives' I j when any of theRe'intellijrpnt and direct
Every Druggist stitution- i i progressive business men desire aI (if lie {: .
Refund Price all women the right of'thi> ballot regardless .I handful of letter' heads '
to they areshocked Gulf Fertilizer Co. Tampa k ,
, of color nnd we beg nil the Fort Myers Warehouse, Fort Myers' ,
1 at the continual
While You Wait at Counter clol'l'd'onwn of :North> Carolina to upward .
t Jacksonville '
trend in
the prices of printing. We E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co., :
and 1 1'ote -November 2nd'1S2I1. '; .
if Relief Does Not Come register "" might' offer t these gentlemen a number --11 -

Within Two Minutes. "The: time for,. has come r of valid reasons for higher Or llinmiJi iiM,,..-iuioiis; affiliated with tlirrl' luriiUiCitru' Exi-liangr;; coinnicrci.d ',%
negroes printing routs in addition to the inn, f ihr Statr. "
hirayrrkandinrrrliantk jfrnrrally.throughout, tlir citrus 1-1 1 1
Now is the" chance to redeem our lib I ones .that they already know to he |

Delightful Taste, Immediate erty. legitimate i but do not thinjc it necessary Write u.rot copy of Scnnatra Spray Book t.
driven 'nou/th"
"We have been long / "
Relief Quick Warm-Up. in to fro: into our busyness' details' Schnarts Sprayer Catalog and Complete Price List
"Apply to the registrar your I to them any 1110r'e'" than we expect -
ireclnct and register. I M them to do for us. However
The sensation of the y.-ir: in tho "The hooks for registration openon 1 P .l 5, I we will say to them that the day State Dmlributur Information In regard to
t'ra'l is AHpiromil. the two- if of
drug September :Kth) and you are when ronlrol
minute "folj and cough rrliexcr, authoritatively to Re ubican I the country printer owed ev NIAGARA CITRUS INSECTS r"
; refused, just go at once a ., .. ndSHERWINWIL.LIAMS
/ eryone in the community and was Sulubl Fo..hurCom; i>
il tho Inbornorient -
( guarantri by and start proceedings
I lawyer
I Itaehed AND DISEASES
dependent their for his
( testi-I I, approved1' nod, iimstrntliiioiaHlicnlly I States courts--don't upon charity
i. the United support-the day 'when he walkedin i.Imeh.r. ,. ehrerfly: fclvim 1.. .
endorsed the highest Div' .i r .
l by
waste time with State? courts--the 'III ..
nut lion. e:*, nin] proclaimed, by I Stole courts are controlled by Ilemocrnts. fear of, his! banker and approachedhis .

the common) ]pynt>le as ten times as : # grocer in conftTsion with all __.- arc;-...- -
and elective; as whiskey, reek,. offices of any consequence a thing
quick afraid there plentyof
"Don't |he are ,\
, and l rye. or any other, cnldautl l , rough I white Republicans that will help_ ( of the past. To l h e a successful "" :-';":-:" :--:" :-:-:":'<-: ':-<-:- >
remedy 1helia, ' e c\er tried. 1.11'. to It. It Is flSttmaiH that 581 newspaper 'man require nearly as :i; i.
All' drum. n ores arc ""'v 8 .,inlir-il[ divided much talent as it takes to successfully
"The Democrats arc over million head were raised In ISIS, and
i'ii"-fnl' ,, elixir nile I manage a soda fountain and I
with "the no-v so
revaluation and the (Jovernor's
you have! \\I. l.i' in C''t' 1 rd? I of I'l', 1 cold 1 the act first Th< considembb' more In' 19lS.:: Ktgrnrltvi should be worthy of as much remuneration j
is te step> in'o til-- iii-pesl, ilruj' store, fight in the will iniinary.at .?I1-1 Die normal increase for. 1820 the PJ'dnr.tlt.q {)- as is expected by the proprietor |, J
ands of 1 Democrats! stay TON
hand the ( lt>ik half a dollar for 11 l.o'lIc'of next November:> and thousands ofardner I for I mi )ear' utiould ran well of i I. pool palace. In addition j tite
Aipiioiial and tell IIIMI to s< >r you ( and Page )Democrats willvote ] (n''r the VOO) million mark. Soma to this a successful newspaper man j i
two 1<.poonfuls with foult 'nspoon-'' ; ticket. ct (".!(('nll' must have sufficient literary ability
51'i i'I h, ,. the Republican to correct the of men who wish ]I
Jul) of water in /I i "glass. your "\V.> arc sure of capturing; the And t those fl< Wfllrh in your hand' tnkp the drink commercial printing, / so as to make j I
coloredwomen The
the ton farm women
State this time if only m By. avenge
.. it its construction. He
intelligent in .
al one ;dlo.\\ and i all fur vour iniuiev i '
] do their registel wit)1) little make -
will] duty- con \rry expense
back in two minulrs; if you ("innotfeel ) must work more hours than any
and vote. The white women of :North>I \ from but chickens aH .
enough hy buy
;,,, other business in business in
your sold fi t 1-, away 1il 1"vn dream man '
, 'urolina will not vote and while they her < Ho. and cover oilier house- and Notice is 'that the
within the line limit. 1 ion't lie h.tsh- groc the village he must pay his employees hereby given
a ful, for nil druggists, ; invite \ nsea, while as a back yard higher wages than any other r .
expect you to try it. Kvervbody doing "When we 'get our party powerve k. c. L bulwark for Ole city dweller commercial enterprise in the
can .demand l what we wish and tax books of Osceola County will be
? it.When. they are by no means to be df'll'pl1oed. place and these are but few of the
yo"r fold' or cough is relieved get-ft.!: We hold the balance of powerin It hajbeen reasonshy -it costs more to have
J-nH as I In planting potatoes
ike tree maimli-r of the. bottle I Illinois, Indiana, Ohio New York printing done in these days of advanced -
n, : r. and New Jersey. We are sure ofelecting found advisable to ROW !good open for collection of State and Coun-
home tn sour \ifo, and babies. for costs of everything than it t
Ast'ironnl is l>v fnr the, safest and 1 most I !: a Republican president-one seed> Mid, In raising cable best resoJU did when shoes. were selling for I.

effective, the "naii-nt to take and. the who will give us what we \\'lInl-lhllt are obtained from pure bred stock, $3.50: wheat for liOe; ents and "Horseshot" ty taxes for the year 1 <)20, on November -
most agreeable! mold l and cough rl'lII..dyfor I is justice, but if we don"t elect a Republican )JUIII t UK Important is It In poultry at 4.1 cents per pound. The :
hands will be
infants and children.Adv..) Congress his raising to secure the best bred fowls fact that we dare not write and publish "
tied and have the chance here in f first. I to furnish
---- we fit your noeL these truths" is proof positivethat :. am now ready -
North Carolina to elect a Republican The pitw winning birds at the State in some offices at least fear and ,s

1 Senate. over half of the Congressmen. hlr will make "p re-bred" nnthuslaota trimbling have liven superseded by ,i estimates of these taxes. In ;:
I which
talus
that knowledge ofao'luul '
voting) of: anyone at all interested In
I Iird "With ,'olo"ed'olll'n we makes for commercial and intellectual j '
} can control the eastern counties!'! and poultry abe feathered kind
independence. t for furnish -
counties of the west writing same please complete
the industrial I I .
It i is to laujhC'IIIY! Center (Neh. .
such as Forsyth Gillford Rowan -1J -.i..c -f-- \ -

Mecklenburfi.Davidson ('abaruR. Stanley, Gaston, U. S. Government I Sun. r' l legal 1" description 1 i of your prop- ;

Sends Big Exhibit Only a Cold.
"All of the white cotton mill op..rath'es I
of the State are going to vote To the State FairAll Are you ill ? is often answered- erts and enclose stunped envelope

the Republican ticket this time. "Ohit's only a cold," as if a cold I ".

While the Democrats I are divided i k was a matter of little consequence; ::: .for reply. A discount of 2 per cent
our time. Bureaus of the Dept. of Agriculture but people are beginning/ to learn ,
"Organize-get white Republicanwomen RepresentedJaeksonvtlla that a common cold in a matter not
and men to help you. They to be trifled with that some of the will be allowed on all taxes paid 4-
will if you keep quiet about it. most serious diseases start with a
"Have your meetings at night. -The Department of cold. As soon as the first indicationof \
'When we get thousands of voters on Agriculture this year sending somevery a cold appears take Chamberlain's during the month of November.
the( registration books, the white Republicans Cough Remedy. Remember that thpsooner
fine eihlb tx to the Florida St.t.FaIr '
AN IMPORTANT LETTER of North Carolina and theSouth In Jacksonville! Ncv. 18-27. These you get rid of your cold the C. L. BANDY
will be glad to do as their less the danger, and this remedy will 4.91 ,
COLUMBUS GA.-Doctor Pierce's disrayi; are Pdu<'atIOflaJ. interesting
of the
white brothers and sisters help you to throw it off
Golden Medical Discovery is certainty North and West-recognize us as and! are of value not only to the : Collector. '
a grand medicine for stomach their political equaa: . We are being tr and itockmAa, brat to 8'I' tarm-I I A <'ypr-; tree,southern of a small l'l'I

i. trouble. I have suffered greatlyall backed now but you know it is best since all are interested: In Increased asphalt pit in California, ...
my life with disordered stomach. for them to keep under cover for food production better food and low- has been identified as a relic of the '
!-C<*OHooOt to.O+HoOo HH t** *4 4">*+**+4 ">
My food seemed to set so heavy, awhile yet."Republicans. er prices for food. glacial\) age./ .. ..-- - . - -
tv matter what I ate. I have taken have plenty of mon- ThGorernment eihlblU"Illustrate ': -

'many of the medicines advertisedfor ey and you can get it to organize O. activities of the various bureaus 1- .
this trouble but of has and prosecute Democratic Registrarsand ;
none them at the drpe-rtment In bettering a Judges of Elections if they refuse -
ever come up to 'Golden 'Medical cnltoraJ conditions throughout the
and
Colored
to register women
Discovery' for giving prompt and 'violate the 19th Amendment of the I eotmtry. The several phases of the .
lasting relief. Whenever I have a Constitution 1 of our glorious United I ,
sluggish liver with sick-headache 'States.. The Doc said :5O'5O"

a and constipation I have found that I "Keep this secret-r-don't let it get I Ii'
Dr. Pierce'a Pleasant Pellets are a into the hands of Democrats.

YHry efficient remedy. They do not "Yours for negro liberty. .

b gripe or cause any other distressing "Colored Women's Rights Association &at .2O 20" --
i" condition such as a great many pill for Colored. Woliien. on

do.-MRs. LAURA KIMBROUGH 3503
a Earlene Avenue. -
I Finds Sometimes
Few families have not at some Unexpected, () I MADE data ON THE eye-alcht card

time or other used this Golden n . .

i Medical Discovery. Over twenty- Happens r -WITH: THE Insurance Doctor. AND THEN wrote down.FIRST .

four million bottles have been sold] e * .

in this country. "I have suffered 10 years from Department's work will include display HE poked me."TWENTY.TWENTY..

t' Send lOc to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' stomach trouble and doctered away by the Bureaus of Animal Industry . .

-.t, Hotel in Buffalo N. Y., for trial a lot of money before I found a medicine Chemistry Soils Entomology THEN TICKLED my ribs. THAT MEANS your eyed

R Ac package of the ta lets.SFEDS.- that was a real benefit to me. Crop Estimates Public Roads Markets . . . .
Since taking one dose oTHjayrSi the Weather Bureau Federal HAD MB oonfh. ARE SATISFACTORY. -.

: Wonderful Remedy 14 weeks ago I Horticultural Board Biological Survey . .

have had more joy of living than I and Forest Service. The material AND BREATHE and blow. AND I laughed and aald. '
II{ had in 10 years before. It is a . .
Plant Martin's Hy-Test Seed for harmless that shown by these bureaus will relate .
rood results. simple the catarrhal preparation from particularly to conditions existing In THEN HI listened in. "1 CAN always tee.TWENTY.TWENTY. .

I 'I Garden &: Field seed for Fall Plant- the removes intestinal tract and allays mucus the inflammation this State.A I . .. ,

ing. which causes practically thorough study of the entire Government WITH HIS little tnuD .t. Doe.

Seed OateRyeB.rleyRape.New all stomach, liver an dintestinal ail- exhibit wilt be of the greatest . . I '.
Cabbage, Egg- .
f cror.Turnips One AND MADE me ran.,
Beane.r ments, including appendicitis. value to anyone owning or who MY CIGARETTES.
I dose will convince or money refund . .
Teas Potatoes and Onion Sets contemplate owning land In Florida.A I
r a Largest[ and oldest established seed ed. J. Z. Rotferson, and druggists I few: hi use spent In the Government RIGHT IN one spot. COST TWENTY cent,. ;1

} t house In the State. I everywhere. exhibits at the State Fair will . I ', .i

\ Send for Fall catalog and Seed I give the visitor more valuable Information FOR FIVE minute FOR :TWENTY amoke. \.

speoUL. COLORED BOYS AND than he could get in any other . . .,'.

:,t E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. GIRLS TO EXHIBIT way It Is all assembled here for him THEN LISTENED some more. YOU BET your life. i I}

J&cL..vEle, t i : Florida and the exhibit . .
.. SWINE AND POULTRY are In charge of b 1''. /
AND FIRST In one ,
corp of highly trained specialists who eye THEY SATISFY, too. \
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ProtreM of New Work Antony Th... are glad to explain any feature and
SQUEEZEDTO AND THEN In the'otter.HE .
to furnish literature ,
Young People Will b* Shown on any subject ,
.t State Fair covered by the Department T T doesn't take a '2o.O"< < eye to :
These exhibits alone are worth the PLANTED his thumb, 1 "_" the real value In Chester. j>
DEATH . field's exclusive blend of flue Turkish
Jacksonrllle. price of admission to the Fair around .
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new feature of tile and Domestic tobaccos. Your 4 '
AND MADE me read
colored exhibit at the Florida State jab tells yon that their quality ,.
When the body begins to stiffen Fair here this year-November 18 to DEVELOPMENT OF S 5 u genuine-that the blend. different \

; and movement becomes painful it *7-will be a demonstration of the I. DAIRYING SHOWN IN THE RUSSIAN prayer that Chesterfields do ..''

s'' to usually an indication that the Farm and Home Makers' Club. STATE FAIR EXHIBITS' e satisfy."

; kidneys are out of order. Keep This work Is being conducted In ,.
tbeae organs healthy by taking Florida under direction of the Co-Op- Jacksonville.-The dairy cattle section

eratlve Extension work In Agricultural at the State Fair, Nov. 18-27. will

COLD MEDAL and Home Economics of the University I. furnish a graphic demonstration ol .

of Floida. the possibilities of this Important Industry

The work Is being supervised by A. In Florida. The development o

b A. Turner, local district agent In of dairying on a large scale in Florid Q a t0

charge of agriculture and M. E. Washington Is being talked persistently of late ,,
si 'Tbe'cS'a standard remedy for rddiMy assistant borne demonstration and Its Importance la becoming more
Iiv.T, bladder and uric add trooblis. '-eut. In charge of borne economic and more realised. I ;
t- Take and CIGARETTEStr'.
1600. regularly
jrkmoo ainc The Fair association .U offeringsplendid Seeing 1 II believing and bents
in rood health. la tbx. aicM, all
pep prices for the best and those who are In doubt
(t dluata.' Guaranteed a. reprae.nt4.i sow or who feel) '.
Iasi hr CaU U..mt mm *vwr he boar In the Home Makers Pig Club themselves not fully advised on tbt \

; wr...... and for the beet trio'of Barred Rock subject will be able to post them ).- I. 1

and beat trio of Rhode Inland Reds in selveo by visiting the State Fair '

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THE mSIBEE VALLEY CAZEiTE. ,nmAT 'OCTOIU s2,1111: 6198r

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... '.1 has just severed his connection with BACKYARD FLOCK CONVERTS.
.r STATE PRESS COMMENT the Palm Bach Post' for which he TABLE SCRAPS INTO. EGGS
and haaj to Kissimmee. .
was working gone -
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r Mr. Thorndyke cam from In every' household, no';' matter how
UPON GAZETTE CHANGE Colorado 'to Palm' Beach and in addition economical the'' housewife there Is a ,

WOOD to editing the paper. has con- certain amount' -of table scraps and' We'vcot .
! -. ducted several departments, the last kitchen waste which has feedingval; 9Em .

Congratulates Gazette of which was Last Night's Thoughts ue,. but which, if not fed, .finds its .
We congratulate The Klssimmee His absolute fearlessness In his 'columns way Into the garbage pail.
Valley Gazette: on sec-inn* .Thorn- followed him to''his every day Poultry is the onlyclass of domestic -

'dyke as itseditor.. "Thorn,'J h as he life and,he could always be dependedupon animals l suitable for convertIngthis ,
is familiarly known all over the to'' back up his writings in hill .wallte material, right where it ,

tate, is the most frequently quotedman conversation. lie bad a very gentle is produced 'In the' city into whole- Any make -used-'car desire
in the state ant: hts pivuenc in way of differing with his friends some and nutritious food in the' form you r rat I

Kissimmee is going to be the biggest when he had tot I and seldom made of eggs and poultry meat. right prices delivered to
tttt: : boost that city ever had. Williston enemies by so doing. Many people Each hen in her pullet,year, should your t

Progress. hereabouts are missing his kind references produce ten dozen eggs, poultry specialists door without obligation on
Oak, Pine aad Lifhtwood, for to them- while still many of the United States Department your

S 1 1f With' The Gazette others will look in vain for his of Agriculture say. The avert part to buy. We will 'expente .
tore or fireplace pay your
Announcement is made by the pungent witty criticisms of things ingeneral. age size of thebackyard flock should 3

Delivered anywhere i in the city Palm Beach Post that "Thorn" a 11111' confidences with Annie,, be tit least ten' hens. T Fear; each if you prefer, to inspect and ;
the flock would produce in .a 100
staff writer of that paper for ten his deifying of bacon. and sights
ttttEmmett:: years, has resigned to accept an ed- he used to shudder at at the bathing dozen eggs which, at the conserva- buy a car at bur esJoblhih'meul.Wiit. .
itorial position with The Kissimmee beach, will be missed and Klssimmee tive value of 35c a dozen, would be

Valley Gazette and has moved with is very fortunate in obtaining so human worth *:ai.!

his fiumily 1I(Jo Kiasimmee. Thorn's a person to edit its town paper. By keeping a backyard poultryflock
Roliff other name Is Walter L. Thorndyke Jacksonville Times-Union. the family would not only help
Miami Metropolis. In reducing the cost of living but U* Today for Full Particular ,

-0.- would have eggs of a quality and '

Phone ,143 Thorn Goes To KixHimmee freshness often difficult to 'obtain. '.'

W. L. ThorndyVc, better known 1\" I AGRICULTURAL POINTERS I Il Remember that eggs produced by I' "
"Thorn" who has been with the Palm the backyard flock_ cost very little.

- - --- Beach Post for the ten jHY as the fowls are fed largely upon i
past years A. SAGER
: 1
!has severed his connections with thf I. II \\II.S: ,)N:' I'lilTNTY' AlllCNT waste nuiterials. |

USE SLOAN'S TO paper and has gone to The KUsim-, Plans for the ootinty exhibit .t We are-proud- of" the confidence doc- j I !: .
Gazette. Thorn is
mee Valley one state fair in JncHsonville\ Noember tore druggists and the public have t I Fla. '
the : 220-222-224 W. Adams St. Jacksonville
of the brightest writers in Florid ,
: .
in, 66B Chill and Fever Tonic. adv. '
and -
well under! "
WARD OFF PAIN and will add luster to the already \ 18 are way. -- ---, I ,
bright Gazette Winter Haven I: think Osceola will have a very Hay fever is now successfully prc Phone 4517 References: Peoples Bank of Jacksonville .i 1sS
l if will
Chief. creditable exhibit every one vented by vaccination with the pollens -
You ran )ust tell by It* healthy; I I lend 1 every effort possible in making: ot ants.LEGAL I'
it stimulating odor that it U Mont Kindly Comment this exhibit a grand advertisementand ', ,_ : ;
going to do Hood prize winner for the county. If "
you
Last week The Kis"imrnee ValleyGazette
announced that W. L. Thorn- you have any agricultural products ADVERISEMENTS l
f'yF I only had some Sloan's Lini- will make a better exhibit. ___
that
help ,
I mend"! How often dyke, whose "Last Night's Thoughts"have --- -- ---- ---- -
you've said what I toooooooo..OtOooooOOOOOt.oooooooo.oooooooooo. :
brightened the of the please let ice know at once IB < lrnll C ..orl. Ntatr of ..101"/.... W
thatl! And then when the rheu- pages
Palm Beach Post for has b<>- can depend on getting from you. One nevearea/Y Judicial < Irrult. ttmcroln 1 l' !r
matic twinge suh>> l.k.d-after houR of years exhibit I OMBty. IB <*BBBrr7.Lulia :
can't a good county
man carry PHONE 12 t
euftVriiiK-V'"" furgol itlJon't (come a member of The Gazette staff PHONE 200
do it again--get a bottle today Tile GasM-tte is to be congratulated to this fair, so lend me, a helping Getwhat : lona li.il voy.. Coin ll a Inn n1. !1

and krcpt handy for possible. use for the addition of Thorn to its staff/ hand. I. need have your to show assistance.in show condition 1rxlIlitrvc." VII> I'irfeuriaiit
tonight! A sudden attack may come ill 'sure to bring it prestige not enjoyed you card else Waters & Carson Co. I
on-sciatica, lumbago sore muscles by any other weekly) paper of and notify me by or It npprurhlg. bv ttfri ..
Gorda Herald. see me at once. tliu. 1,111 11...<.1 In Rliovttilterl r untthiil
lackjclic. still joints, neuralgia, the the state.-Punta .
I am sorry to learn that there areso II ln ri'Bldencv \\.slt.y Hurxryth
pains and aches resulting from expos ure. \'ou'l1l1OOn find warmth and relief I Enh.rs11 ObjectionIn few good hogs in the county. Utinun, mid that, h<- ,IH or the air.
in Sloan's, the liniment that f>nI4- changing jobs from the Palm Raise more feed and good hogs will of IwenlxfineHr, ..: .It \In th<*rrfnrvurdcrf'd I

traits without rubbing. Clean econom- Beach Post to The KisBimmee Gazette be the result. Start planning now and I..t h* tn thlit hereby' the ntjiitii-Bald defendant d) to H|>|M. It Will Pay You to Keep Close
ical. Three sixes-35c, 70c, 1.40 the only objection we have is what you will plant next I "Last secure good seed for spring planting: \rniH: > tin or IM.fortStitinila: the )
that Walter L. Thorndyke's
there will be no delay in 'daof Ih'rrmhrl. A I'I Iq2u. ",
early '
so l
Night's Thoughts" will be published w 'IHI HlleKiitloxH of said\ lilll .. Watch this Space for
SlcmrfsLiniment < time to on
Now is .
planting. a ir < \ .
only once a week instead' of seven ht KiKtn HH <'oiif nm-rt liHHtd d.--I I
week. "Thorn" with the plnnt that patch of winufc oat'n. rye.rape fflidantIt' 1
days a was
for rraijmv andIon't 'IM further ordered that that this
etc. winter
fnaNOIL7 Post ten years and to put it mildly Old.I !h.. publlshi-il oln V H w. I.K folKuill .1
his quaint effusions made the Post leave out I the in Florida."Thorn" (garden. Plant some/turnips, lettuce. ,,? \nll.\ liiizftl a iifwftpnp.TpubliHh.il Time
most-quoted '
.paper cabbage, onions, a/vi lu-eti that will In Bald (Vunty And State' 1 a-arY :
- and Joe Eurman made an 1
ThlH' lilth! day of ixtulii-l. I 12"!
unbeatable team on the 1'01'-Titus, withstand the cnrly frosts.Now .1 I. iiVCUSTKHKT.CMilk' .
is. a mieKtv good time to giveyour (Clliull CuBlt
ville AdvocateStar.To prove tIt clean-up spray forehitefly I It II iurt.i'! "'K.SuihJtor We are preparing You cannot be in 'J.
for (oniplniiiitnt' Grow With Country end/scale insects. Use any 'Iftniilt Court Si-al.) ; some especially error i f your 11'
,
oil emuNi" <((h one to sixtyfivestrength - - -- --------
The Kisainlnlae Viillev Gazette i il attractiveoffers dollar is brought
/If fruit is splittingand \iI'It. K: i-on '.1'11... vit ',n\" .
MACK to be congratulated on having as oneof your that will / to this store en
__Ia.al.aNlarlt'.Si.wta.u.a.estdR'r. its staff Walter !Lewis. Thorndyke dropping examine the tree for >..1.ai Onrnl t of the luU-ilnr U HI .
,.. .. Palm Beach Post' It die back Most likely the fruit i if* Land I I afore nl """"'Mvlll.., Kill. be on sale only ' "Dollar Day I'/
Thorn" of t the
'a'u"e" the < "I t |11 l.:. I l'i! 211! l M: bccauaethe ammoniated which ( splitting o n Saturday, ( for we'll certainly -
I 111..4.h.ar..r..a.ew..d is likely he made the change :' In 'hi ri'M ulM'ti that Ar- '
its "full and dropping in many instances.With ..r' !l.uUoHi'iFlorida.. be able toplease
': : .: =: Palm Bench section is in (hit \\lel'h'fann October S 0 --
llreeY.r.d sniall trees scatter from one who on. lul\ 2.r.. 1'19! !, made llc.ni.BKxiJ .--
I I M BBS ._.. VBUCMtr .adult! stage" and he wanted a section : for I ofHW "Hollar I' you.
ntrNo IIIK.IOI.! SKV4
of blue stone amt |; Iay"a
I *... W* to two pounds ,
r j> where he could "grow up and developwith "I nf \v h or.HIi: ,: .. N'.1: ftlim 27 I
1 Try It.. TOO Y. Frk ,
fee
,
t the amountof .. .
i Ni ht'llThnujthts" trees to counteract over :Mirldi.lti line filed notice 1 .rI..t.
'\! miss him: for his "Last I '. toll rioter, .
CENTRAL DRUG TORE ammonia. Also slop working nti in to auI. C .nllnll'ftI \
,
were tI distinctive feature |i.si..il,Huh l.ihn): In tinland. ahu.edrsrl ,
trees that I are in this condition. Th.\\ .
which few papers had anything to ilM',1. In fine Cliilt\ Circuit I'iMilt
Tribune. will induce, them to wok out the HI "KlKHlninii-f.' -I..I.I.) on th* 21.Hidav
l'qua\--Tumpe.| \ moniated condition alone.I urn'l or :NuNctulHM' '. Iti2l\ >
M. TILLER '!.,luia. nl I.ta, ,?'a aM witiiPKB,.H
With KiHhimmee Valley GazetteW ; run across citrus growers everyday '' < : c MIUi\ or 1.k.. FI"'loIn.( '.,
through that have tree dying with foot !I' M lid": le. ut I'Okiiutx'. Fl.nl.lu. ,", .
Real estate Agency. I L. Thorndvke, known" who hmo rnt and arc doing nothing to stop| .1 I 1 I. IIN i IIM. i>f i...,I.'e. 1'"I"'lda1 i.
"Thorn and .
out Florida as II I l'adgl II of l.ok"slFlee lda
............ .. ............... .been on the editorial staff of the its spread or treat the trees diseasedi.I UHHT \\' MAVIS
Beach Post for the past : I have offered mv services free to (Z-it.;; lUulHlFVOTK ,,!- t
West Palm Your
Bought and sold. have foot rot - - - ----- -
Realty in OeLand i several growers who -- ------ : Help
ten was a visitor .
FIAt.Dlg
years K i-\i':( i TOIL roil
I
Houses rented. Sunday afternoon for 1\ short while trees in order to try and! show them ( II A'''.e.:.
where he joins how easy and .simple the treatment l. tkr <'....rt or Taxes paid and Titles verified enroute I the editorial to Kwsimmee force of that splendid reaHv is. If you need my help I of lorlda.. OitttrolB f'oaDt,.. Moulters 9\I.\

for non-residents. will be only too glad to treat several ',.
weekly newspaper. The Kissimmee !. the ICBtate oB. 8. floclanil 1)oceaiifd. f
Fire -1..if and Accident In Valley Gazette. While in DeLand trees for you to got you started Moult

surance. "Thorn" dropped i ia to chat with the right. Orange trees don't die of old NOTICE if* HRRR'BT OIVEN. to allwhom ,
Record man a few moments. Mr. age, but die of (disease If you haretrees It may ooucfi, that on the 7th
Indemnity Bonds. able writer I diseased with foot rot; treat day of October. A. U. 1920 I shall
Thorndyke in an T1..
apply to the Honorable Murphy
quote and what
.. .>. ....... .....*........ perhaps the most widely several trees first see soil results Judge of paid t'ourt. as JuilK of Pro- and red blood ..
man in the state We you get. Dig back the bale for my final dlseharK" ns Rxecutor of the amount of ben enerrr, vitality
newspaper diseased and of estate of Sli S. Redanddeceased THINK feathers the plumage!
Gazette in from the roots, expose the grow a thousand average
The Valley will
congratulate then and ut the same time I needs health-good appetite--food digestion.
securing his! services. scrape down to good wood, apd paint said estate and ask for their ap-
ord. over the ,diseased) portion with a pr*\nl. Dr. Hess Poultry Pan-a-ce-a
Hated August Mal A. T) 11120
GiBSON F EIIRJIIER "Thorn" Goes; TIn KIHllimmt'e paste made up of equal parts: of C A. CANNON Y
of W. L. Thorn- quick lime and sulphur. Repeat this. i X7- l. Rxerutor help poultry through the moult and starts pullets and moulted
the acquisition
aid
tonics to
the
for appetite
application every two or three I - hens to larinfIt contains tonic "
dyke known to all Florida as NOTICE TO "IUDITtlHM It contains
weeks. I digestion.! It tones up the dormant egg organs. 't
"Thorn." The Kissimmee Valley Ga- fan .. iro 'tkat gives a moulting hen rich, red blood and a red comb.
the best : .
has Milk milk, milk, one .. Coals.f tae f Iy Jedae 0.1. -
and
SELLS zette has made a tenstrike, round.foods in its balanced food : . C.mmtT, HlBtrf florid No disease where P n- -ceis fed. Or all means toad your
is
our hearty congratulations. He die I moulting hens Dr. lies Poultry Pcn-a-ca-a. . '
the best! known and most I values we have and more people In re Estate .f. Churls Avere't Carson .,
Accident and probably editorial writer in' from its use than any other food be- w. Ii.-. eke Dr. MSM IJM. C.tt M M.
Fire Life, liberally quoted cause it offers such a good: door for. To all Creditor. cKfttees.. DlBtrlbu- I'
Florida. His "Lost Night's Thoughts"sparkled and all Persons hnvtnK Claims\ .'
tees
,
the growth of harmful bacteria. : THE WATERS & CARSON GROCERY COMPANY
Glass. Liability with wit and humor which or Demand against said I Katatef
Health Plate herd should be tested of Hereby :
dairy You and inch you are
was always! innocuous and left no at Every least. for tuberculosis notified and required to present any Pfcoae 200 Free Oty Delivery P...... 12 f.
Insurance. stings behind. He has a happyfaculty every year claims and demands whl"h you. or "
and Boiler of seeing the droll side of a to make milk safe<< for consumption. either of you may have aitalimt" the ] na t* how many hens see hart. Wt ....... a rattan tt wC .'
and it in print Dirty milk is always full of troublesome estate of Cha-rles Averett Carson doceased -
Executed situation embalming milk is late'' of Oareola County. FlorIda *
Legal Bonds a faculty which is given to but few bacteri A,.. Most con- to the underslKiieti. Kxeotitors of I a
men. but adds immensely to the }joy taminated after it is drawn by care- valfl. estate. within two years Iron the instant Loiise"KillerKills Lice
Needed. ,' less methods of handling. date hereof. "
Same Day of living. "Yassum, I thank you.-
the atvd HepLember 17th. A. I) P30.
organized
I hope to soon see county .
Tampa Times. JAMES M CARSONUOV 'f.t
: in a co-operatIve organization K CIIAI.KRR.
for the "benefit of every farmer. C A. CAKSON JR. oO O oo o oooo o O.J

OFFICE: Stale Baik Building I[ Thorn Still Slicking Then you can buy and sell togetherin .t-8t_,.ecolors. _ ,
I Harris and Vans Agnew have done a co-operative manner that will 1-- - -- .
for themselves in securing ,,
'a wine thing make money for every one of you. .
'j I W. L. Thorndyke for their Will you be ready to join such an
around and at home
He is all
i paper. ? '
W. B. CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW organization /Allt
and can write He can see with hiseyes 1

( shut. Some reporters can't see In all malarial countries the popular
them open. He will be at horn'in remedy is lterh+. ne. People findit
Offices: 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 Osceola society or politics as judge of III a good medicine for purifying the TOOLS

Bank Building | baby parade or art at the county: ystem and warding off the disease

KIS81MMEE. KLiUKIDA ;, fair. The ladies will all like him and Price fiOc. Sold by Robernon's Phar.. )
will 1 be He
-- none of the men jealous macy.
where .45 was a -- ---- --
has run a paper a
Pat Johnston G P. lAHHICT man's best friend and then he has LOOKING AFTER STOCK e

JOHNSTON & GAtRRETTATTORNEYSATVAW i i been boss where they paid theft! fiubHcriptions VICINITY DEER PARKL. ,

by invitations to dieter

> Offices: 10, ll and 12, Osoeola Band Minnie Moore-Willson will find an- II. Wilson county demonstration <
Building.KISSIMMKH. other admirer in "Thorn" who i is ngcnt accompanied by Pat Stillson wrenches Billings &
J 'praised In The Gazette maaagers': Johnston was in the Deer Park area I'

,. FLORIDA 'announcement.-West Palm Beach on Wednesday, intent on rounding Atkin saws, Black Diamond files, 1
--- Sun. up some stock to be Rent to the tate:

O. F. KRIP.nS A. AKEKMAN fair. Mr. Wilson reports Home sections Keen Kutter machinist hammers,

W. :J. STEED I' "Thorm Goes To Ki-wimme of the highway which were' in We have a ,
., Interest in newspaper circles very bad condition a few weeks ago J
KRIBBS.: AKERMAN AND STEED through the state is aroused by the as greatly improved especially in .

AU......,.* BBd CouBrelors at LawK I announcement that "Thorn" of the that portion of the country where
,.sI__ew al'1..d. I Palm Beach Post has accepted a position work is being done by the state high Village ;

Ofmfrml Called' frafltff Htmttm Im all t.rt.: Slab aad I with The Kissimmee Valley way commissioners. Mr Wilson
''Gazette. Thorn is known to his found, also a bunch of cowmen

(I friends as W. 1... Thorndyke. He has whose supply-wagon had "stuck" Made AMMUNITION"y;'
Hand
. DR. R. J. DENNING been On the editorial force of the several miles back because of a sick :
I I Post for the past ten years and is ox--and because he wan one of the 31I

DENTIST ,i probably the most widely quoted accommodating sort he drove who to disliked the out to Bit stock drills, auger bits, belt
Over the Postofflce. writer on the press in the state. lie sec men hungry
original fit, making a quick hitch and towed blades drift point punches,
. OFFICE HOURS: ergo. 11:30.: i.to to is a man of wide experience ,
ideas, and genuine culture. The Gazette the wagon to their camp. Mr. Wilson :
" Residence Phone 174Office is feeling all set up over his reports that the work of getting saws, squares
Phone 158 going to Kissimmee and the other together the exhibits for the state I

newspaper writers of the state feel fair is progressing very nicely. : :< ;

Advertise your wants in the Val- that the paper is }perfectly justifiablein Morning 666 quickly relieves Constipation W. B.
have its position.Daytona of and .
- ey Gazette. If you propertyfor Biliousness Loss Appetite
sale or exchange, or rooms for Journal. Headaches, due to Torpid Civer.-adv "WINCHESTER GUNS AND

. 4# rent Jassifled a small columns advertisement will put you in our in Thorn Leavea T Palm BeachW. And in these days a man must AMMUNITION"t .I.

touch with the people you want to L. Thorndyke for many years wait until he dies before he can get I I

each. 48-tf. a land mark of West Palm Beach, I I his bier.
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.In\\ tHE. CISSiMMEE. VALLUc.u FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1120
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'DEMOCRATIC- TICKET IIN SOCIETY'S! REALM ] e'I'. '1


r .Below U published a lltl of the 4,
{ Ttomocratlo nominees to be voted for ,
d In the general election November I.IfXO. ; AK matter. 'Int/lded for this de.
1 ; Arranged somewhat in the order p..rtm.nt should be handed In a. early '
ol a ballot On the regular ballots, for possible. Advance notice at com SpeciaIBa.rgairis
:J presidential elector. there, will b.. Ins went muni be authentic, ell ; Every Day
S thirty name and several for each of I'hone II. and ask for "Society"' .
the other oface.. In order to vote Form clou. promptly at ten. o'clock
i for the mocratle nominee It will each Friday morning.LADIES' ioOo i, ,
be ne.sary_ to make a cro. mark .- : i
In front of the name., aa below. It t. -- AT THE
la unlawful to carry a lint of name AID MEETS .. .
(or a memorandum with you when WITH MRS. COLEMAN .r
voting therefore .all should familiar
Ice themselves .with the Hit. Under I Tueaday afternoon at the home of

each office there w4II be .aa many Mrs W. H. Coleman the. Indies' Aid }
DOLLAR
blank spaces o. names are J for. Hhould you desire to vote for Society of the Christian church was <
tt, anyone whose name I. not on the ballot entertained at a business and social ,
{] write the name In the. >lank session., I .. ..
L' pare and make n crone mark (X) before / ....... .1,
Ir It. The ballot. la thrown out If I
you vote for more than the required MRS. HARRIS WILL 4 / \
number If you do not vole fort ENTERTAIN BIBLE CLASS ".,
'
'
enough thtino voted for will be counted '
: The adult bible class of the Chris ::: ... ;
r\ .

for-.'... .-..-... 11:1..<*raVote tian friends,church will'be together entertained with this their evening WE WILL OFFER SPE- W f .,\..

X Martin for six. Caraballo at the home of Mrs. J. H. Harris bAL BARGAINS FROM T DURING THESE CLOS-

-- ,. 104 Park street.ENTERTAINING _
X I'V.. Corr x THIS r T T M EON v ING DAYS OF THIS

i X Charles' K Jones .. -_ FROM STATESBORODr. DAUGHTER THROUGH' ALL THE for ihs j-;. MONTH WE ARE GIVING


X VI. V Knott I and Mra. J, Z. Roberson of 107 COMING WEEK: THEN 25 PERCENT OFF "

X J. el I Mahbette street, are entertaining

X-..-II- II Rhnrun- ,-- 'jthe-ir daughter Mrs. B. C Dytton, i ON SATURDAY, OC- Greatest LLD ON ALL OUR PERCALES .

I __u _-. . I who, with her little daughter arrived I
Nor tallest. Hletrrniil! ..r from Stntesboro Georgia Sunday TOBER 30, WE WILL AND GING

Vote for one' morning:. Mrs I Dutton has a large of t j
X I nine'an 1T. FI'ld'r I HAYE AT LEAST FIFTY Q HAMS. SEE THESE !
.. . circle of friends in this city who will y
- -- - -----
t For lteire.... .."e In 4.o-m.rr--i. .llhVote meet her again with pleasure' a !GOODS NOW
// u...rlrl. DOLLAR DAY AND I

1 t X \for. J.OIHV 1 Hynes., I':MRS COLEMAN: I ENTERTAINS: : I GAINS BARDQ.TL. t x/I THEN PURCHASE ,
'YOUNG
pnppLiNI: ; .
-i----- TEArlll.nS.j :
+! Mar c............
\ ote for" "ni I At her home on Man; }}reel :\ i iI '. Ott i

X fury .\.- I Ilinl.i I I IW. 11. Coleman pnteitainpd on Friday i
:" _____ :
. evening nearly two-score oflynung .
Fur ". .. ..0') of %lair'ntf I
\ for oni people of the Christian
X II I'bn,. e-iaw feuilr church, together with some of the t I I :

,t --Vote--for_.e...r I.Ill. \'f4c.rie4.tnrril. - - I leathers, vziS'tititinfuri of tile ]public, schools aI andas'. The.alfnir |. .,f[; DOLLAR LIJVIIT I I STORE G. W. Persons Company 1

X ItlvelB 'II Pilf.r.l i for soc'i,1 i l I ntc'ri'enn, ',vc'. 1 FI'lIil. : '
-,--. .... .__ .
.
rake for the
| coal served! refr' "- pun'h.// ,
.' ... t f.nti4r..l IrrVoli I. X
I during the I.\.lIin/

f: X for I..t DIM'.AIIIOBI'or -- 1 I BARCLAY( FAMILY:.... MASMOVI.I :;":--------X+"' ':-:-St.LA.aGM.Sf' :-''.:-:-'''''':-: :'':-:-:-''.:-:-:-:' :-:_: < (<"''-:'';"",-:-:- -:.--:->. -:.-:.-:.- -J.->.:-..-. -..-......... ..........._--.._- ...-.-...-.-...-..-..............r..........._...._. ......._............-..............-.r.r. .". _rrrr._. _ ....vrvv'1-S. . ppp

-
Ir aide 'TreasurerVole : ) TO ORLANDO) .
for nna. I I friends I: in I both I Kissmimee and m \eninj<7 '"'cl have> moved into their t

X_ -_ .1C_ l.iinhiK I :Mrs..J. A. Biircl.iv ,lulu;" just" re- I t !II'alailwhi'h, city lie has con'1",'. new 'home, which, they bought! from I

Far -*1.... ->ni>rrl--fenileii4 ..f 1'iil.lle turned from nn xtended I visit to I lions with the :Monroe and Chamblisv. the late Deacon Br:nkerhofT, on \VI,.-

ln>lrurtl.-i : I Los' Angeles, LonB..nrh., and otherahfurnia I National Bank-and! will receive the I eonsin avenue and Seventh, street. |! The Ladies'
.
, Vote for "ne < and Wednesdaythe
points on
X \\'. V Sh.alRKor onirralulations of all with whom he- Water pipes are being hud along Shop. .
/ family removed to their newh' ]I has been associated! The wedding Wisconsin avenue. . .

4 t-ttnlM-i4oBier of %Krl..ulturee me on |elnney "11'1'1. Otlando I will he the event of social circles in I :Mr:< und Mrs Buchanan who hare
..le for one, in which city I1 r. Barclay has beer
XV. Ha\en After short the '
Moore tour
W A McltaeKor a spent l sumni' i at Brownl engaged in the realty business. for :Mr and Mrs Russell will be "at Illinois; arrived Monday evening | MRS. ROGERO.

JllMloe of the *t-prt-me I curl i several years! Mrs Bar<.la\'k large hONI(," m Ocnla) where they will reside -/ :\Mi. and Mis" S. O. I'he'on! IIr-i\.t ,i Manager

X Vote. \for\. II two Pills; I I circle of ItI'1Ultllltan..I'K| ( will deeply I on Oklawuha avenue Thursday. morning after visiting: In''I Offering I Exclusive :Showings: inMuiv
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regret the removal - SeattleWashington and New York.. ,' :
Pleasing Lines of 'limmmeAttn.

h X _ Tbcniiis_. _I'V.e "I----_ __ _ _. ---I'MONDAY I'u i. APTERVOON: I __ ...--VMi'li- Prices 1 Equally| Attiaitiw .
damacr-l!
..... Railroad 4 ....._1......... I I I ST. CLOUDMr Approximate $:.0).GOO.HDD .. An
I t Vote for one BRIDGE INTIRIAINEDThe : : ''was inflicted l liv. the northern pine inspection will l b.

X A. SSills i I I regular gathering' ) of the Mon -- I beetlein its attack on southern timber appre(wited. .

for aide Henstor. nth ..ene>l..rlol I day Afternoon Bridge!: Club was' entertained I I I : anolfrRWillilllU: : I II.! Bailey forests during two decades m.. I
tv 1//elrlet : at I the home of :Mis PoiterHuttotrT em. (Connecticut iivenie. have soil coidini to invest IK it ions made by

X Vette for one 420) Kminett);" , Rtre..t.'Ith their place) to Join T. I'ox.S1rs. II|' 'the U. S. Department of Agriculture A special, offer will D
M O .orBln ,. Mrs 1 Q.V.. Alderman, as hostess. In ,i'I I Ironu'uiing ele'strueti">n caused. \lIy meta greet you fur
--- Mr:\ anil1 "
- -- - : Gregory
addition the ls. ; NWCLV!!: I forest "Iiollu la\. Satu: day, October!
to there Added
t For Men-her of llonMe of llrprrMents4l meal rship I|" .; I pests to this i ,
1 ',1.1 1 sMis! :!TeiTfii Ward, :\Ir.Vyma" .
were twit guest. .- Mis. C. (", ,)Ion") in 'damage 11 that of the black and the. :: lake advantage of it. '
Mrs Itiissc.ll Mis: I'loum: '' ,
:Mr mid '
Vote for
oneX | .
.I and :Ill'''. ( <*oire| daidnir; (hoice "I"J turpentine l liecle. If inteiested |
W II ciiHlwInFor J Hie linf cool ,daughter liena, ElI.I,. I I
refreshments were, .serd: I du..inthO'. c i : : send for "The njinp Pine Trees .
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son. C. I II. Pixlcv', Mis: E. VI."In..I'"lid ; THt lADIES'[ SHOP
I ....nh. Ju for ::11 1'1.' : I':: Blown ,not ,red to I,
inn. I liottlts of 171 I he
I fine prrfuinouerc! awaided I tin I ; an1"l' Ula'k'Tuq't'ntl/l.1
r X. 7. flaw to Mis: (;Ciaidmr for jramo, and, Orlanelo Jo attend the Miptis, "-0"1,''Beetle) J 3t114! Red Tuipentine Beetle t ?," t

-'KorS. ('Jerk' ('I mi'" r..otlrt j to New Jf. \ ote for one The next gathering; of the cub! will this Meek'S1 : I Bureau t.f 1'uloinology.Classified: -
X .1 '. O\ ).r..I 'artnbera : .41.\ Iliightrtv] anti' Ister.llrt. |
l he ; i
--- 'nt'rtnwd1 hy11': 1 --. J. It.Vood, .
Kor l hock at her tome on lioa! "lMiand MacyV.: \ecelei. yr pondm |
Vd, for nn Bicitk" street'MISSIONARY. n few. davtin-- w ek w'ith :Mi,". | Advertiseirenisi I
X I. K I'ntmet Plank Aimilcl al Oilando '
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For Taw t--.t-Mnor : :MLKIING: : ; j 1 I Till Baptist :\11"i..n t 1'I nion! met ---- MINICKDruggist
Tote for unr '"'. ith :Mrs 1'Ion' nee ]Drescliiitr)" list'
I AT TMi: 1111 NA; LoW FOR
X w I II her. Piidav aft"H"'Il. A iroe.d'y'! ..mnuer" ._ SALE___._. t
-- : I Tin le/:ulai' meeting of the Worn.. v 'eie in attendance and a fine "nteet- I It\t'I IS I :: i inle! I | i . Mi I ,
For .Tax olltt.rVole 1'| an's Missionary Society of the :Mi'th.odist he.IdMr \\ .m. i I q.f'I':;: I i hll, l'.II'.1 I : : : : :; '. ,
for was
n" church was held at '1'lie B irg Nail',, "I Ii I, |pbun.. Illl. Mm i. I I. I
X C. I. Iln nil y I miralow : Fred Plipps left m :l1"'I.1"y '
d! Ill' 4.1-4I|
-.-- Wednesday afternoon: underIt'ud'rstip for Bre\vstero mcepl u pO-lhcn: as 2. .? ____ _ I
d; For <' 1 luMtruetloM "Africa" was the theme of the liter-I ingmeer. ttnple.IMI.nlH. ( hiap U 'i
Vote for : Miss'
n one Pearl Baker enteit.ned !
Mrs Tke :R Store
\\.iKiiei. North tnuJavt 40fCU'.BAUK (
r + :x .c. F. Towell n -v portion of the exercises.. "Our i''Ruby Tmdall. Wednesday evc/mng,: .

>t Work: in Africa" was handled by' the 'oc'asion being Miss Pearl's ninth 1'1. \ NTM-.... thouwani) ,J
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{ For fo .y Mur-reyor Mrs. G. W. Persons "AfricaA i cuM'>au o pluntH,. ci'liarleHlnvvnVnkc, .
KISS1MMEE
Vote! for one ; |ilSrthday. An llent was!! ,. FLORIDA
i :! exc : supper held, 1.1 at i2dnt'ler Ihounand. ., A; It '
3C .. Joe, E. Johnston Forward"AfricaOver Look by Mrs.There A. S. Bruno Overt,[served by .Mf'!. Baker..,. . KliiK Kinnlinmi'i'/ ,. Iran, :, '", 45-tfj ,', . i

ipor ... son; find I Fred and Jce Phipps motoiea; to :,
Mrssber of lion ret of ( ...y ton- JevIsay .
Hert'. bv' M'rs. O. E. JliHo'l and FOIL. HAL.K-3 rfulBtoret Duror Free :., I
.1-...... I ; Port Richey and Tarpon Springs en brood l sows. urn. will f irr"wBoon Saturday FreeBalloons
Vote for fiveX Mrs O. ). Rountree read "' '''''''m- Saturday' returning in Sunday. ;' ; also shouts earn* hr...d ..t1.I .
: E. K I). .
Oreretrn( I"The Master's .
Question" Po'l 'wing I The Ladies I Improvement Club hn\o- .. h. ti InoruUted l b> T I
the literary portion of the (I pit. .. .Iu'k I Kiin' fa i'tn, 40-:la..1 Balloons Monday
X J. M HaniellX '' eveningthere : held their regular:; meeting on We i- :, : y

. was u social hour with Mrs. nesdav, October 20 in the annex of I Melt H.\I.I'-XI... nhhn""I... $J rii,, |
I H, . : Roberson
.tth..r" and Mrs. Perkins as hostesses the Mst'iodiso: church. Time was a I II pi'i' thouMurid I I' n "romll ttt, With each fifty cent purchase will
we give an Air Plane Bal .
X A. F. Bass Cranie., assisted bit Mrs. J. J. Mc- large I attendance and some very interesting ,_ ____,_ .. __ 15.1t-x- . | ; loon. Free to the children. ,
Light refreshments were
talks were by Dr. *OK H.\L'I 'ljOn I
X given n< < uunt of th* 1."lh
K it Qettls McClellandfor I served. I Cushman and several of the ladies. of Mr .\ K. \ "", hers. his. i halmirx Our stock is most complete and will find of
car la .feted lor sale' Cur !I. InKUOI you our store one
Member of Hard of Public !.- President Lon Hendrix read some the beet! in the i
.......... GOES TO MOORE HAVEN letters. Mandolin music oonditloii and will be auld I at country lo make your drug Jlore. '
interesting bargain See !Mrs Voorhee. upper V
.a-g . X Vole W for. -d two. Bass I TO SON'S WEDDINGMrs. by Mrs. Minnie Barber accompaniedby MHH! Htf'el.In..r Wednesday. (><.. Our Prescription Department is well equipped lo fill your many "

E. A. Russell accompanied M'rs.' Redway at the piano. Meet- loner 27 4G-tf I I needs which come from that department and under
the of
X Walter Lanler I Iby her daughter. Miss Medora Russell ing adjourned till the first Wednesday FORTY. ."HKH ..f coed IR..d. "n hrick'1 '' Graduate and Licensed care ,y

.\, a ."... ......... .f the l.e-i<... lot jBstlrels left yesterday for Moore Hav- in November i rand about tin ler nil.a from town I of the best prescription men who have had many years '
securedthe 20 a cree< cl< HI rrd i, 1* n end and cru.s- experience in the
.rle< tn: where, tomorrow, will be solemnized Mrs. Grace Calkins has ft nl'rd with get d, woven wlr Uood l j country.

t X Vote Minnie fop one,D Klelnmann the marriage between her son, Johnston} building; on Pennsylvania HOUR, In seal 1 of Home repairsPlenty . i I We are prepared to give almost immediate j"
| Nelson A, Russell and Miss Valeta avenue and will be glad to meet
; i I I Qates, of that town. The bride has her friends in the near future. Many Kuud-Hlxd land alone, bin w'1.lh.. .'rI"n; $2500 1mpr' 'The\ '.-I I I< are gTIid to have you call at any time. (s 'r

A Chicago Inventor has devised a i ilreleaa a large circle of acquaintances in her know the fine meals she serves at manta whnl"I.i in worth more. thin; -

} cooker" for the feet of employer '1 I home community and is a charming : reasonable prices, and her place can't the price asked. Nelaon Realty Co ', Kissimmee's Best Drug Store .:}

who must work all day on'' woman. Mr. Russell well- be beat. We wish her success. ---I'
I mown I FOR SAIj::-ri.fcii<_ii, Haddle HomeH
the cold >\1
damp floors of refrigeratbig ]:[I in this city is a most ex- Mr. and Mrs. G. Russ of Connecticut and mares, $&t up Hee VV K Par 1 I Phone 3 .
rooms. emplary young man, has a host of arrived in St. Cloud Wednesday mer, foreman Now Eden Plantation; .. '"
I
e near NoroooiiH I'la. or A P
Thomas. KlaBlmmt, I'la 42-t I '

I y E3IAH,- 1J---u--IApr-imA-u.. -A ufl- 1JIt1.flrr 1.. FOR RAM-Oooel";.necond-hnnd Ford, I "

cars. Sam O Hag..dal. Phon- 21\ I i.i. lulik roiul. Ml\ .....Il r'd but Jo
31 -If I about thne mien. and all HIBI rlaBBf 1 i
( ,11.in land of cleareil ham murk T. L.
: DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. GEDGE CEO. T. SINGELTARY FOR SAI.E-Hor.: and Mules In-. I about four acres. whteh. I.. Kind but L COMER ,
Miller
Itf quire of J. M 19-tf I firmlliK I land About nix ae.n.. ol ;

;/y JVumWcutf Cashier Vice.Pr..ide"' FOR 8ALB--Flnc> r..sld<%nc property, I i'I':: lunrlnx; 1 MullillnKH not St. Cloud, FloridaCANDIDATE w
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quarteiblock, suranKe von roomed holism It.-alt1" '
trurs 'paean trees live oaks.: 'I :
flowers, vines. ahrubs Garage, 1
MilliKHN' SIX mum hues, IOHV In' FOR
I etr woodshed and two spare rooms In I Irear Two iclcriilnb:I ; .
IIMIIIIH' iii| mulls llInec \
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Reason for aell'mr
property I .
dining .
room rams kitchen and
Valley too largo Oaiott for present owner. Apply.1-tf. I I I ISAI I Hlccplnx: icieim duwu-.IIIr.; I All: County Judge ,
syP Mail II.MTIIS of KI">il Mize HUH! front; I lul.
Banking by 1 finxIS" J lilTeMil ill lui r urn In fen-
FO .B! -14 sere trait clot roil eiuUK. Hnli. N't IHIII.| lti>ieltCo.
i* fine lakefront. near Kls.lmmeeone I L
We especially invite those who live outside of our community to of prettiest tiulldlnjr sltcM In i ; ; -- j Vote for the
the State Thin Is a nniualn 1. E: Pent HMK 'MM c-oe.lc mots| and one Best Mao ,
y Bank with the Bank of Osceola County by mail. We acknowledge Mattocks Mt. Uora Fla 37-tf ... wlnic michlne 1 Her \1 ,''?. H K
'Phn12u New York avenue. city {I Regardless of Party jt
receipt of remittances by return mail. The prompt collection of FOR SALE!-On* Emerson TypeiOrtvter. Its
t model three visible a. good as new --- -- ,
"" your checks-and the superior safety afforded your cash-coupled Apply Valley Oaa.."... tf Fill,IntcB! SAIP' for Hlx-inoin-C'li.'ap. house oinpletu Mrs fuinljih-l c' II t':-'

with Safety. Service and Secrecy makes our Bank particularly attractive - FOR BALK:-One Bets Electric Wall '' HiiwimerB. ";mmuti St 45. -It-x sample copy of the Florida Farmer m
Plute. Practically new. At a - and Stockman published at Jacksonville .f"
," to our customers who live out of town. onabts price. Apply Valley r..a-I i MISCELLANEOUS.. Tills about Mvestock.rala- I 1
icstte. I i' add IIIK dalrvlsfr. poultry citrus frt.t ...,
truckingweeklyVst aI.OII)
TItn.t"l.Js.zcAIt.: ; : : <* AI'Rp1F4Y1.1 'ti.a;v'Nf I IlkNIl ec-i'H.-I bought, si.Idanil year--three years for tt.00. Only per
4xr You can Bank with us by mail. ATMMr11.tY. 5K51): I ripniri.d Tim.. Casino. ,.. 44-tfI. livestock and general farming paper .i
May tell how? VI ..II. M\e hnti.,lie,,' we you nir net 1 1120 Cultural, f..i'. I FT: INTO lir.sl( : VF"C-:! '< \\'ali< l"" 11liroiluctR ;- "
tlllzatliui; ni>'thoriR oclv"n"n Idiiuli i-v"r\ fin in r. If 1\.1N'rFU 'Hi" It I XTF'd; i I
ThliM >.e..ill*' exii.rlenc*.. tlioiiHii.. .> on own ail IIA.i': or ten m: can "l\i I J hoiiBi' l\ :November llllh .M.,nlv J.I.
HI.ri H .plinteil. \ |.i.|>.....e.lly I. AStorttti 1 b;-nl write .toiln\. fir ,iiifornintli'iiiher ,, I' A '14 C' \iill. clazitte t II 'I I xM .
Bank of Osceola County Ml..n.1 lar, { S c- 4r> It \ I \ >"i" ran vet t*.rrltorTo.. - -
H. Ililll tlllxllKtK, .llf llltiriBt II1B4IIII j| \\1I;. ::l H -I.mlv 01 I'M'ntli..manKint .'J
Cim.HV Ill IITSF: if flroo'in N milHliiplnif tlm of. kliil,, lit wnilil Tintmil- In tin Cil) of KlBHlmmei. for \\'ntkliiB -
'"' Of Hours 9 2 .porrh large Uill Khailiillot ,, II.n u<. 's .1 1 II \\\atkn! c"'niiHii| > j I 1'iniouB .Pie>durtn. Known Ketwli \ !.J
: a. m. p. m. .. lii lit 11". \\ Inojin. MlnniHotii "j . .
(I tune In beet l .ort..t toun < ri Hln ProfitsWrite J. K ',
nleilfuinlKh\ il nil ,'n., ulxi. lin 4::1-St- pifsll I \\alliliiB Cn. 57 Mi.mphlH. Tenn 'I'
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SF."I'U tI.. no". ""i"'p III" ",,, I 1'01"" i r..1 Mlmllon' ..11 ttclils In, Horlil 1lii' i I FOR RENT ,
.niiit], ml,. 1I..t. J Jr. nf"r" m If's" 'it BtiNipB ,tiilniaB. von fni, mipH iiiul t
r 'The Bank With the Ability I nir u r.1\ ... rrlpefr 11 It ami, tn nicer'1 in' Info, in,all..n Hem To e i\\ V -i re'it ru\T;. I.arffe cool had rooma.
tires; "ood.1.h..o.. .' 'I 10 (ion Anothir I 1r'ItK4. .\ III':.M. '11. U PI: .IMi: I it,III, hi UKI'Kienliiir n.1\I"p..t., AIIfa I
: and Willingness to Serve DEPOSITS INSUREDfev . of ;?i* a-r.-a till In urov. con.dhouse ) I tN INC-OMI-' 1; I 4"'1t x KirHu-f AI 322 rntfrrh. St IS-ll '
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.. eon Realty Co, _____ _ I' ..WANTED.rJiHMIlt.S I relit >niH. I1INTI.nrgc' whh kit rfi'nice..in. Ite-.fiirnliehcclM.t i. rn lpr I, r

fev, -- "q -- _a "q -- _a -- T.TY'nPH of good land within -- --- ------- I L..Ki. east |Pn> atiiretH. :H.H' I" M.
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CURB MARKE|NEXT LEARN /THIS THEN THROUGH-SING IT THROUGH: 'DOLLAR' .:.DAY" INTEREST- ]INCREASES. ABLE FOR LEADER LOCAL SECURED CONCERT BAND OSCEOLA'S' ,SHOWING,'. .4 "


CITIZENS 'TO MEET Try this on your ukulele-do not At the meeting of the Kisslmmee'

kip a note; MERCHANTS Concert Band on Monday evening AT 'THESTATE EXHIBIT I
PLAN MANY f
BARGAINS .
Every democrat who learns it. can- the matter' of. competent leader ,

TO DISCUSS TOPIC not miss a vote; was discussed to considerable extent.
t Give Caraballo an X-mark,. you'-know .. The' decision was finally reached that WILL BE HIGHGRADE I

what it's for; Professor J. M. Calligar who Is

''Project Is Planned :To Aid Grower To make the party hale and hearty I DATE SET IS SATURDAY OCTOBER 30DOLLAR known to be a leader of note, shouldbe County -
Agent Associate Are-
and
give an X for Corr; i secured for the organization and
and Offer Inducement for More Make and X for Charlie Jones to arrangements were made to have Working Diligently To Secure

Generous. Productions show he's not forgot; him take up residence here on or be- Snowing Worthy of The County
--.3 And right along close to him plant f' fore the' first of the coming month.
"Curb Markets"" have proved liar; an X for Mister Knott; Mr.; Galligar will bring with him 7I
Because the board of county commissioners -I Ii
advantageous in pther cities both, When; be fair on Mister Sharonthenan his daughter a fine. cornetist who L. II, Wi'son.'! county
WellsTLearn
X for gave
larger and smaller than Kissimmeo will prove a valuable 'acqulsltlon to demonstration agent full authority ''s
that the vegetable-growers and far- this aong-don't sinif it wrong the organization The band will
to select his co-workers those who
-thlll Is the vote that tells. a
mers in the district contiguous to commence Its! practice work immediately might be deemed especially fitted for

this city have become insistent that 0 DOLLAR upon the arrival of Professor the positions, Mr. Wilson has secured 1 1a

such an institution be established Galligar. small yet active body of aids His
here and to thoroughly consider the TANK FUND DETAILS assistants are Pat Johnston, livestock .
matter, there will bea mans meetingheld DAY DAY ; B. C. Miller citrus fruits; T

at the Chamber of Commerce REPUBLICANS OFFER Miss Albina Smith, domestic 41'1p.nclt'i +

rooms on, Tuesday evening next. This ARE NOW COMPLETED SATURDAYOCTOBER SA URDAY. A. F. Stroup, agriculture; anK.' K.
meeting will be attended by many '
Green .'decoration. A. E. Thomas
growers of this vicinity who havebecame NO AID TO FARMERSSecretary was selected' to take care of the
enthusiastic over the success Deeper Investigation in Records Bring Tt l_ lC OCTOBER poultry end, but in view of the short-
of like institutions in other a'ties, of the
Out Names of Those Receiving ness time and because of the
and there is a desire that every pro- Balance of Cain THIRTY } THIRTY of Agriculture Declares 'fact that poultry for fair purpose
attend this
gressive citizen shall Only" Democratic Measure Have must be especially cared for and put
gathering. DOLLAR in condition to make showing
a proper it
There will be those present who In the statement made in The Gazette --. DAY Helped Fanning Fraternity it was decided to dispense with
have seen such markets instituted in last week pertaining to th- this exhibit. However Mr. Thomas

other small cities who will be gladto building and completion of the new Washington, October 21-The record -I was retained on the fair committee.
give all the information sought fuel tank for public utilities there BARGAINS of achievements of the department on account of his past experiences
and it is essential that the Chamber was a discrepancy in the account of agriculture under democratic ;''in this line.Meetings .

of Commerce rooms be thronged paid to workmen amounting tr rule stands in sharp contrast with of the body are being ti
with those who are urging; for this' 120.93.. there having been shown no BAND CONCERT DURING THE AFTERNOONEvery ''I the record of neglect of the American i held, with much frequency and the '
city all that will be of general benefit : items for that amount although the farmers by the republican congress matter of securing the proper material s

There seems to be a feeling that report stated the sums had been dis h __ _ according to Secretary of Agriculture for an excellent tha*Ing Is ti
such an innovation will prove beneficial -; tributed.A Edwin T. Meredith. In an discussed from all angles Mr. Wilson :
to the residents of the more detailed report of the Merchant In The City Is Being Urged To Participate in The Plan I interview today Mr. Meredith cited and Pat Johnston recently spent .'

and will at the same time citY-j nroposition shows that A. J, Mac- of Offering Special Inducements to Bring Into The City The Entire.Population many acts of the democratic admin- '( a day in Jacksonville in conferencewith
hardship to the various establishments Ponough, who made the preliminary of istration beneficial to the agricul- the officials of the fair association -
now carrying a line of such plans and estimate fur the tank wnoon Nearby Country :tural interests of the country, and and, happily secured space

'goods. September 1, 1919-more than I[arraigned/ the republican congress I well-adapted for the showing con-

Just what restrictions shall be"placed one vear. aifo-paid the sum of thirty; Through the united effort of all coming "Dollar Day," and it may be for its failure to appropriate funds.itemplated, -besides plenty of room i
by the citv upon thn- taken as an assured fact that in the carry on important of for the stock exhibit The general g
merchants
the "Dollar ;,
shall offer goods for sale at the curb warrant No- 1725. and the voucher proposed i -
by issue of next Friday there be be offers department of agriculture. -_ i showing will be well- llIplayed in the 1
market, or where the same shall be is in the possession of the city Day" can be made an affair that will i' that will be pleasing and I Secretary Meredith asserted that main building. I r

located, or any .of the numerous details clerk. That accounts for the statement redound to the credit of this city- i las vinsr. It..iII. money-citizen ,many of the features of the depart Because the commissioners have '

which will be necessary if the that of that $12093: Mr. Mac- and efforts are now being put forth 'lof this county to repay be present every on the ment advocated bv !Senator: Hsrdin made a generous allowance for this k.

project is carried throu&hwill be Donoufth received nothing.A to that end by numerous workers staled day, Saturday, October 30, ;the republican (candidate for president exhibit which is believed will provea .
matters which will be thoroughly more complete statement of the Other cities have found such a day ('I'and to first secure a copy of The Gazette have been established by the great aid to this county there will
discussed at the coming meeting.NEW"'MElWBER"OF amounts paid to the several work of incalculable benefit because it has that each be thoroughly post democrats. He said these agencies will be no need of soliciting gifts

BAND men would have brought out these proved a help for the seller and an ed as to some, or all, the concessions ,for the benefit of the Amen-tin far as Mr. Wilson will pay a reasonable

items: aid to the buyer. It opens the way being made by progressive merchants. -,mess would now be functioning in price for such products as, shall be -
COMES FROM GEORGIA A. L. Davidson . __ _._$1 R.OO for other days of the same sort full measure but for the indifference considered proper for showing; and

Murphy & Maloney _u_ 20 noPrathT which will be made the greater because There will be a meeting of the of the republican congress.: 1 he republican farmers. and growers ,should immediately -
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Yoder, accompanied & Gilbert;; - ____ 3.00 of the confidence established. >i business men of this city held in the leaders he said have cheated get*in touch with some member 41

by their daughter, reached Murphy Maloney! _ _ 45 01 Merchants already are planning/ rooms of the Chamber of Commerce the farmers of these service by of the committee that no time +* .
this city on Wednesday to take up F. T. English .- u ___ 34.00 special offers to be made on Satur- I this evening promptly at seven-thir- I'pretending to "economize" in order shall be lost.)

residence for the winter. Mr. Voderf' 'day October :30, just as the month 'ty' to taker active steps to make this (to secure votes. hI ,'i :e.'COmMlttee is a most harmon-
will play clarinet during the season, Total\ .. _I2091 closes; and, even though the subjectwill I I affair a success in every way-and The republican psrtv-the republicans ';'ious one-each member having but
with the Kiasimmee Concert Band- These Hems if checked with those'uhlished not have received all .the publicity -!nt is essential there shall be a large having had absolute t'<'ntro' ofc.nl.'l'elill one end in view; that of making the ?
the first concert by which will b: in the ln-t issue of th'r; which it deserves, there bids .falr and complete' attendance. Such a during the last two years exhibit by this county well worth

given on "Dollar -Day." caper will' how that every cent to be a showing made that will indicate gathering will be certain to bring: islands convicted not only of not Oseebla. And the committee deserves -
mentioned. in the report of the cost the interest of the general pub out some new ideas regarding "Dol ,having passed any legislation of importance and needs and should have ;'
.f the tank is accurately accounted \lic. Such a day offers the progressive lar Day" and the information tendered I' to agriculture but of( ha. the co-operation of all residents of
AGAIN for -and record and vouchers arc crippled work alrea.ly begins, or the county.
IN POPULATION merchant an opportunity for advertising by rach on- will prove of inestimable irp 1
together With all other data ger'ni9'ng > thai can be secured in no } value.Arrangements. la,.tl ";' ynd..r. way. r .
to the work in possession of theity other way. Such a day offers the have been made 1 "Senator Harding talks to the I

clerk. buying public an opportunity to gain that for an hour during the after- farmers in glowing general terms of PERFECTING PAVING
FOROSCEOLACOUNTY EXALL -STRAW-VOTE--- __ bargains obtained legitimately by no neon the first bund concert of the what should be done for the agricultural -
interests of the country. But
other means. season under the new leader will
'
LETS HARDING LEADTHROUGHOUT Should this initial 1 day be the success ,(take place in the park. The visitors Senator Harding in Advocating I OF "MISSING LINKS"' :
PLEASING TO PEOPLE NORTH anticipated ir will be followed !' will thus not only be enabled to secure study of markets a study 'of costs,

--.- at stated intervals bv like affairs some of the multitude of bar. ,land a review of the world 'sItuation I

Throughout the United States i' which will be the better advertised gains that will be found in the mercantile -,{regarding agriculture for the benefit WORK TO BE PUSHED '
Many- Counties in State Fall Below 'of the American farmers is urging
,.. has been the custom of the Rexal! because of this one day's business establishments but will have
Increase Shown by This County Company of Boston, to conduct. In the cut-rent issue of The Gazette ,i the opportunity of idling away a features of the department of agriculture .
will be found a limited' number of I[time and listening to tom* choice I that are. already established
straw vote during each presidt'ntlaltampaiR'n
Despite Lessening "of, Area I and announcements regarding the forth-1(selections by the local concern band. and would be functioning in full City Treasurer .Leave Today T. De-
the has
present year .. _I measure except for the indifferenceof liter The Motet Wlaida.Will Injure
I
this theOsceola'
been exception. In city
no .
Although Osceola county was made a reoublican eongress.' There- a '
of
handles Completion Paw.r'
the smaller during the last few years Pharmacy the. Rex. publican, leaders, in order to secure s
.by the segregation of twelve town- all lIoodR-and. consequently the re- INTERESTED AUDIENCE AGAINST BONDED DEBT votes played up "economy" father tieaeurer' .
sult of the vote over the entire coun- J. Z. Roberson city ,
than make
ahlps-more than 275,000 acres .hav- to reasonable and adequate (
Jing been taken over in the creation try is made public through that appropriations for those serv- leaves today for Jacksonville to deliver '

J6f Okeechobee county-the fact still store. HEARS ABOUT G. 0 P OF TWENTY MILLIONS ices to the farmer," the notes voted by the 'city to
remains that the official figures/ as The list just issued from Boston I pave those portions of the city' ,h

given out by the federal census bureau and now made public by this store, CAME TO KISSIMMEE I streets which have so long been. *, f.

prove that an increase of 30.7 takes in the vote cast throughoutthe Judge John M. Cheney., Candidate FOR POSSIBLE ROADS TO GREET BROTHER' menace to travel. These notes aC'i' } r
percnt is accredited to this county. entire United States. By it the gregate above the:$27,000 mark, anel'*i'
candidate is for United States Senate Addressed .
The increase pleasing to thosewho republican presidential will be delivered to the AdamsEvana
take an interest proves in this city and ; shown to be in the lead; yet it will Kissimmee Audience c-o.*..*. Would Urge Voten To L. U. Zimmerman merchant of St. Company the. firm having! the y.
Cloud associated with J. K. Cone,
be seen by the following figures that I contract for ', whi l in the county in general. less than one million votes have been Bury Proposition of Heavily Boad- was in the city on Monday to meet to hand them) and the (4j
Other counties of the state have cast. In Florida and nearby states Declaring that many of his strong bg State Upon "Guesswork": his brother, James W. Zimmerman work of paving these several link
done better-but there are morecoyntles ; est friends were of democratic faith who was enroute from Norfolk, West
is follows
f'
the vote cast as : will immediately commence.
y that show a poorer record Harding Cox and that the republicans were intent Virginia to St. Cloud. ... s)
'tKan there are that exhibit a greater upon a campaign of education and Almost without exception the press t
Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman and Mr.
growth. To illustrate: there are fourteen I Alabama u_ (Mcle Female) 906 13 3246 153. information rather than of recrimination I lof the progressive counties of( Florida and Mrs J. K. Conn have but recently CATTLE .FOR STATE FAIR
( )
counties in Florida that have FloridaMale) 2618 4727 and abuse, Judge John M. is unalterably opposed to flingintr! returned\ from an extensive tripto REQUIRE NO. DIPPING
been accorded an increase of more 1667 Cheney, of Orlando, candidate for the upon the state a debt which will Point Marion.. Pennsylvania, their
( 1077
''. than thirty percent--while, there are Georgia .____ (Male Femple l ) ) 664 2904 I United States senate' occupied the amount millions at a of minimum dollars for to the fully twen- former home. They also visited in I Jacksonville, October '21.-AccordIng .
counties in the state that ty
thirty-six bandstand for purposeof
Broadway ninety
<< on
and Buchanan West Virginia
(Female) 96 467 : making better roads throughoutthe Wheeling to an official circular signed by ....
increased to lesser extent. Osceola '
a South Carolina ( Male) 422 2911 rn'mites on Monday evening. as well aa in 'New York and B. H. Rawls acting chief of bureau, ;
It is because
not good
i state )
stands at least
I county, therefore The speaker opened by taking uY Baltimore, where thy purchased
(Female) 88 50T: Federal Department of Agriculture
roads not desired and not need-
fourteenth in the fifty coun- the matter of the'need of tariff are
or more
'
A a
large stocks of merchandise for the exhibitedat
Tennessee ___ (Male) 372 9248Female all rattle which fire to be
1 ed it is not because the the '
til of Florida. citrus fruits, pinexnn'-s.' st.I" ; press or
upon St. Cloud establishment.
1196 2070 State Fair and
: ( ) the Florida Exposition -
do not believe that
highgradehighways
There is belief that the that people
every Texas ___ ____ ( Male) 3485 2151 i cotton and peanuts-declaring - in Jacksonville November 18
growth during the current decade the growers of Florida needed such form an asset of vast val- Mr. andMrW.. W. Baker, arrived '
Female 701 2151 to 27 be'moved Interstate from i ,
will be one that will-place Osceola ( ) An aid to make their success in th.... ue; but it is because the measure from Trenton, Michigan last may
there have been caaf In' outside of the quarantinedarea
,in the upper tier of ,counties-as the To date I culture the more certain. He paid ns forwarded by those now "boosting" Thursday and are comfortably, located points ; t
this straw vote 869,829 votes; of to the fair orounds as nor'n-
cultivable acreage in all sections will his compliment. td the turkey for it is so ambiguous as to I for the winter in their cottageon
received and fectious cattle and withoutdlppmjfThe
be improved and each new settler which Cox 346,167, Resolution"-affirming that the elee- threaten the very existence of some i Maple street, Mt. Baker has. been y
received :? The few fair association- is naturally
will1 always bring numerous others Harding 523,662. tion of the present governor was due of the counties. The measure now doing Borne good missionary work the
the..ctlonoof
-; to take up: similar fines Osceola states enumerated above gave a pre- to that measure and not to the democracy proponed was the outgrowth of a bodyof for Kissimmee the past summer and highly elated over .
with reference *to ftM,
however to the demo.
county is entering a new era of ponderence, of the state, and throughout those men more intently Inter- expects a number of his friends to government cattle the '
cratic candidate. shipment of to biff eiposl-
progress |' his remarks there ran a vein of voodjnatureH ested in preferment than progress; come down later in the season. lie
4 The grand summary of the entire: raillery. The gr,.itr"nor- and, those who have studied the projected says there were at least two hun tion. as it indicates the importantwhich r

MANY, VISITOR CAMPIN cqiintry gives the Male following figures.; Ition|!,i of his address was devoted to issue of bond have no hesi- dred people .from Michigan on thc cattle shows the fair have and assumed its mammoth in the I
the visit of President Wilson' to tency in declaring against them. The train bound for Oar
FREE AUTO PARK Harding _____ ______n___ 386569!, the acts there effected matter is most able handled In thefollowinle' lous localities coming dawn rn Florida.Progress eyes of the department of agrlculi l f! tr
Versailles to ,
Cox _______.___________ 262690f; and to the probable outcome. article sent to The Ga- ---.--- ture.
ti" That the visitors! to this;. citv are ' A. Akermen of this city was' zette as a communication from the -"
{ taking advantage of the free campgrounds Total 649690 chairman of the meeting and first pen of G. P. Garrett. of the law firm r THE PRESIDENT SPEAKS

o' 1 Is evidenced by the number Female introduced T. L Comer, of St. Cloud of Johnston & Garrett:
c I already there the frequent arrivals, Harding .uunu___ candidate for countv judge the To Floridians one of the Im- NotesFROM "You h ure been grossly mislead A

tF f ,; and the less seldom departures .The Cox .__ _____ ___ 137093 republican ticket Mr. Comer upon prom- portant issues involved in this campaign -'- with regard to the treaty and par- .
,; I about the attractive that to the amend- with to the proposed,,
scenes property I ised, "if I am elected, a square deal is relating 'Chamber ticulsrly regard '
" 'are .pleasing-and every car bringing Total 220570 for every citizen of the countv He ment to our constitution in order to of Commerce 'charter of the League of Nations bv

:": quota' is an incentive to others to I / admitted! that he had committed a authorize the state to bond for t I I those who have assumed the serious "
:1E the cavalcade. At meal hours Combined EI-ectoralVote "wrong" by participating in the roads. This issue, for several reasons responsibility of opposing it. They
____ 353:
is a very busy throng, and the Harding ----------V u is dancer of thoroughly Remember that there will be a have far that those who have '
in being so
democratic primaries, and likenedthe gone
Cox _____________________ 178
,t t curling smoke that; whatever regular meeting of the Chamber of have '
( proves conditions to those existing In obscured. It seems to be highly ; spent their lives as I scent my
proclivities the autoists may have the times when Paul of Tarsus wasgoing essential that the amendment he defeated Commerce this evening. Be promptbe life, in familiarizing themselves l with
k: left' behind their appetites are firmly Total l 531 down to Damascus. He closed : it is necessary, therefore, it energetic and be there-sure. the history and traditions and policies c
fixed too. them. Several saId of prop-I| Note: 266 Electoral vou_, are required -
discussed the must stand
< by asking the audience which was shall be of nation amaz-
: arty halve been made and several i| to elect.ORLANDO the better course to pursue-to do as As chairman of the- campaign I Several new names have been ad of .ed at the gross ignorance and im- ,
I, ded to the roster of the Chamber
,leases /filled out, by those who arerrwready committee for the which have led them '
.Toe Sears would advise or as Jesus acting proponentsof pudent audacity
FIRM WILL "RECEIVE".A I Commerce since the last record was
for investments. The free the bond issue all to invent 'Am rlcan-
Christ would have him do says, we are to attempt an
I made and the train in
prop ground is a feature, of value Other speakers were Rev. William in favor of good roads. It is for that' public mem- ism of their own, which' has no a
"'*. to tbia' city; .'_ may be seen by the advertising Landis, pastor of the Methodist precise reason that there is danger bership is pleasingThe names of foundation whatever In any of the
those 'who have but recently Joinedare
? } ; columns today that progressive firm that the bulk of the voteTII -be41lievlnle' authentic tradition of the Government -
church at St. ClaOif. and J. H. WlnH- great *
J1AiLED! 'ttrVINCENNESBecause E. L. Alford Bass A Bass City t
at Orlando, the Yowell-Drew Company will
that the issue of bonds .
of wh from f
ler
Orlando spoke
thjf
. .... .... Market. Croxton & Schmidt J, C.
-- will hold open house tomorrow side of a business man and a farmer. result in a better system of high '"They (the etvntors of this Gov- .
*i of news regarding the Saturday, afternoon and evening, to I Some stirring music was furnished ways are likely to confer upon the Griffin W S. Graham, Graystone ernment) thought.pf America as the
.w seriousness i illness of his mother inaugurate, the institution of the hv the Fife and Drum Corns of the. legislature a power that should hot hotel R. GJ.McCranie Miniclt Manhattan'- light of the world as created to )lead
tel J. > E. M. Oliver.
,
k' whale well-advanced in years Percy "furniture annex" which will At of the
present i I L. L. Lucws Post, ef St. Cloud and be given it. the world in the assertion
,4. I' and John Wilder. There 1
" Days on left Tuesday for Vincennes. some of the greatest attractions In I each number was loudly applauded Do you remember the old days :'members are now.127 rights of peoples and the rights of
Indiana, accompanied by Mrs. Dav- art and decorative furniture be en the roster of this body set the
i" to i when this state was subjected to i free nations; as destined to
- Ion'.and children to be with his found In the state. The firm carries I| (Continued on Page HI: *) I Don't forget the -coming "DollarDay. ,; responsible example to all the worldof '
;T' ,-ttn>ther for sn indefirite period. It certain goods which are obtainable I! The house shortage threatens to, ." 1 what free government Is and can ;
;is possible that the absence of the in none of the surrounding cities and put the kibosh on the old kidding ex- There are many things which do for the maintenance of right

':;i 'family may extend over several the buying public Is recognizing that oression, "were you. brought up in a make this a great life if you don't I Nor the first band concert af the standards, both national and international.

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P . 'HONOR Ninth Grade' Rathertne: Miller, ks .- '

f ; LIST INCREASES Elizabeth Moacler, Madge Riven. Mia
Mary Stanley and Theta Ph. RU-NA.
y. [ PE-
Tenth Gra'e;' : Lewis Campbell. GOOD TEUSU9 ,
.nut
I Among the Live Oaks I OVER LAST YEAR'S ROLL Eleventh Grade J. J. McCranie, ,
Donald
; JIcKay.- Helen Ames.'oror
thy Miller/ Clara Platt, and: Etta- Keeps the Medicine with Her,for Safety-
Most Extensive Honor List of P.pila may' Suhl. _

a I : An opportunity i i. now offered lhodesiring of Kiiuie School nat Ha L. R. FARMER : Mr*. Carl Under It. 'F. D. Ko. 2, Box 44.Diwel.Minneiota .
DEMOCRAT. ?'I thank
,write.:
. t, a pleasant I home Yet Bee. Mad Public t thegood
.,.-- NOMINEE FOR SHERIFFMr. you for your kUidnea* > < Jour s
Room Kitchea Pastry"FirlhQuarter 1 did we years ago. .1 m'perfectlr
Six Larfe remedy '
The following honor-roll, showing Farmer la on* pf the best well and visiting(n SJlOkallt',\'''aah. Were ft ; '
I' a large proportionate increase of pupilof known resident of this county-a* not for Pe-ru-na would not hare been able ;ti
I' "-- -: n- x the public school entitled to I always take jour medl-
for the past fifteen years .he has to make this trip.
come within the fiat, shows the rose been connected with county matter cine with me for safety should I take cold. .
Residential Section ter for the'month ending Friday, either as an employer of labor 01'in Praise to I'e-ru-na. .a
'
cellent
October 8: J'f'medr for e.rdj OU, II 'f
he'
some official capacity. When -. asst ua.tI As an emergency: ..
I lawn- First Grade (A) : Francis Smith, came hire from Orange: county he a.,...ae.l.ttr 44. Pe-ru-nahaa been In use Uftj: yean.. I jttssesl r
I Where lies a charming I Leroy Johnson, Fleming Brooke.George .. was in the turpentine business .IMswY 'UtUTJ* 01 WOW SOLO ETHTWIIIE t
\..
Orange and Pecans Thompson, Julius Sigler, Edna
Carrying Live Oaks and Later, and at various interval, he', d
Barclay Edna Howe, and Swanee has served as roadsupervisor in -
Clemmons. which capacity he became conversant !
I
First Grade: Saflie Barber Leone with section of the he
; Rare, Chance to Secure a Fine Property I Lamb, Ruby Tyson, Willie Mae Har- has been every purchasing agent county for ; the - :1
I II :
I: sell, Elizabeth Peyoreo. Helen Robinson county and looked after details of
Woodrow Tindall Rena Ledbetter the county farm; for a brief term I
: Apply at 301} Main Street Kusimmee I Stanley Davis, Clifton Bass he s/Tved" as deputy sheriff: -althougi!
+ George Key, Stanley Bass, Hubert that was some eight; years ago; and Your table drink j !
Smith, (:more Tyner, Edward Bowen. at the first of the present year hi I I II "
I Clayton Seibert, Bill O'Bryan Elizabeth resigned from h.s post a* captain "f. .
' 1 Cotterman. Marie Jones, :Marie the e/nvlctll-whkh po.t he had held I will never bother ;! 1NST T \ .1.1I
Their "Waal ii in tie Valley GazetteOsceola Willie :M6ran
Everybody Who I* Anybody Advertises MctJonough Melrose for some sik i years. It mny bt- seen POSTUN :
Shuman Thelma s joe Deitz. i I
i '
I' Yap v that these various dutie and oc--upa- I sleep I
Ted Hert/.el, John Muller, Donald tions have given him a fur o/ information nerves or j A assesses !1 J JI
Sternman, llonald Steinbapgh) Leroy, which will lie moot usefulin :: : :::

Simpson, and Robert Ward. the capacity h.- r.i sure to !boo .i.'ei1' if coffee ;I ll! ;;; !' hand
fnttim ccMr'r
r Second Grade Freddie Bae I you
: May I upon:! to fill after the first. of the coning | -""'..r ''II
E tel HertZ'-l.l I.urilcHarrelson, Le's- year. ." drink -J L- .f*w;;..0.'t; I
''ie Joiner, Frances :May, Thelma i L. R. Farmer is spoken of as .'a ,, I ,
kI 6 .- ''-'mith.= 1 Emma Woodall, Ruth Yai'-: .. fearless man." UP tand' fir the >
France/ Young, Cecil Bass, Billie full and complete! observance' :! of thelaw at
Bell Mathew I Davi.s. I.urien DeKonAl ]
-with no friends to cajole and 1
!, DaM. ('harl,. Grantham
n !! 10 fnemu" to'square" It my I Ij?
Frederick Gilbert.; Howard III d"n. |I saitl! that because of his frark expressions INSTANT.t
< artis Harrell. Edward Haye Claude I regarding! his pro..ectve
Tindall, lJicl) ie Wurmg Edgar Wood ndmiri.-tration he I 1'jst some Ku')>porters
nil. Charlie Vernon, James Byrd. J.IB. during the primary; yet every
Broni-on, Manuel Galigher, Justus )I man likes) one who stands flat.f'mt-d 'j
Gallighef.; f'lyde Lamer, Billie Par- and dO.1.t week to pass the nurV. POSTUM
Hardware Store tin flay WJialev, Clyde Royall, (;< and it is but fair to say that the
I I all Crf>xtfn.fllr: >' Barclay, .r'l democrats of Osreola who partinpaUd "- I 1
'
Hancock Canbell lIildqnIa: )' ( in the primary will! regard his '
Edith Moran, iJickie :Millar Ilt l ).- 1 nomination as one that is binding isnt :

i Is" strictly;; in it on the Padgett, Agnes Vernon, Vivian upon each and every one of them to If coffee troubles you.
Smith, Winnie Tison, and AKenaYates. stand by and support at the polls. i better make the i'
The election of :Mr. Farmer will!! it to change
Third Grade: Virginia Barber. insure to this county an official! who than later? ;
famous Dollar Day October 30 :Matilda Deitz, Annie Kuth Joiner. will not l he found wanting wen, it now rather ....
V Texas Lanier. Louisa MuDer.. Alta comes to a showdown si.erffT in
f Ruth O".rlltre.t'll1ie Mae: Pringle.Lola / whom all will tak pride and one to I I Better health results and 1 1youll
Peaks Oliver Carson, Haley whom all may apply; : with the assurance |
Duke, James Earle Lupfer, J II I that 'ieir) plaint! will ire appreciate the econ
c Padgett, Albert Rogers, Joseph heeded. Especially J does! his candidacy .
We Will Make Your Ji fjords, Alice pass. Lucile Gilbert. appeal to the woman ,'ot"-Hnoi i and convenience.AT .
Doris Keen, Joy :Makmson, Iris Par- there is every belief that the womenof omy
Dollar Luminous tin, Margaret Partin, Johnnie Driggers. Osceola county will tender him
t Oscar Lee Partin, WilliamPrather. their vote with a unanimity: that will GROCERS EVERYWHERE
Russell Swain, Billie Smith from the
add to his! large cute men
.
1 On that day and date only we will one dollar lo cus- and Murray Tison. -- -
give every than I
Fourth Grade: :Margaret Saucer. 666 has more imitations any I "There's ReasonForPostumIUde
tomer who makes a twenty-dollar cash purchase at our store. Eva: Thompson. Ethel Jones, :Mildred l- other Chill and Fever Tonic on the a
f I.ightsey. Erma White Margaret market, .but no one wants imitations ,
r You don't, have 'to buy a certain thing but this. applies to any thr
Yates, Lonnie. Woodall ElizabethSteffee They are dangerous things in j
customer who buys $20 worth of any kind of merchandise of us, Shirley Smith, Blanche Sep I medicine line.-A1v, __ j! by Postum Cereal Co.Inc.. Battle Creekjlick
Dorothy :McCranie, Erma Den
paying; cash for it. per i
FOR COUNTY JUDGESHIPI I
nv Marvin: Tyner, Frank Schmidt.
k This means that many a dollar will nestle snugly in our Maynard Poulk, Arthur Fowler, LeVerte Z. BASS DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE''\I
Bass, Henry Bratton, and Tom ---- I
patrons'pockets, while they have the goods to use. j I Bell. Z. Bass! regular nominee for
Fifth Grade: Hobby Bass, Franklin position of county judge upon th"1
In addition to the above we offer to sell any article of cutlery Edwards (Charle Tyson, Ruth democratic ticket is asking

that retails for more than one dollar and not more than one dollar Bass, Geneva Bowen. Virginia Harris I franchise of the people! of O'"'ceoln Kill That Cold With
Hazel Hirtz,'l.! /I.yda Horlnett.Eu'ne "ountVinnin!!' the nominal''," in'j
,' and a half, for one dollar flal. Strictly cash of course. : Oliver, Ella Quirk, Mary 'r.. primary over two opposing as.I Inirant 1 ... :

Steffee, Ruth Straub, Wilhelmma .- he believe* .is. do the ma | 'Ltd
\ ('arl ' F ; THE ABOVE OFFERS ARE FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3ft, ONLY and Edith Bass.! 'yand fairly entitled to the solid! ) ,
I Sixth Grade: Alexander Akerman. support at the polls of those who '
Seventh Grade: Julia Leilbetter posed him. op''I'I .t.tFOR
a.t Christine May, Geneva; Miller Atha- :Mr. Bass has been a resident CASCARA Y QUININE ,

a lia Griffin, Julia Pair, Catherine Kissimmee as a practicing attorneyfor .
Denning, Rosella Cooper, Irene nearly six years, and, in these :' AND '
Osceola Hardware Co. Spence, Eva Pringle, and, Minnie years has won hit way to the friendship 'oM'1'J La ;;
: Hudson. of the people. He came' her C.ld., Coughs Gripp. I
t Eighth .Grade: Rebekah Miller, from the state of his birth, Georgia, 1"1'
Eunice Rivers, Eleanor Rosen. and and four years'ago was importunedto' Neglected Jds are Dangerous :
.Mary Louise Snodgrass. make the rare for the position to I chancM. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first amc 1
Take no
which he now aspires He refused at ".1:
-- Breaks ti cw.. in 2-J sours-R.it.v.s
the time on the ground that he had I up
Onpp in 3 days--:;.xcIlfnl ,u>r Hoadacb "
allow
rca. ded here too short a time to
the people to become thoroughly Quinine in this term dcs not affect th. he d-Cascara! la beet Tonic i t
I acquainted with him. This year he Laudv*-No Opiate in Hlll'i. L
entered the campaign at the strong
insistence of his many friends and ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT {
Announcing the Formal OpeningYOWELLDREW made a handsome record. Those who 6
best know him declare that no better
selection could have been made. It
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j i --- --- -- of Is safe to say that where he is best -- -- - -- - ;
the New ;
--- -- -- known there is he liked and appreciated .. . .. ..... ;;;;;.;.. .. ... It.. It. . . It. ; . . t tI.
; and there is not the slightest .
-loubt that the vote he will poll on

i CO. Tuesday, November, w'll be /greatly :
augmented by the woman vote.BRIEF ril'l'R.S.FLOYD /
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FURNITURE ANNEX .
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check experts are now'tourinll
the state for health purposes. One
of the latest worked Winter Haven Groceriesand: fl}
for $500 or more lie has been cap-
tured-as has the woman who flew


: Saturday, October 23 high Three with negroes him. have been lynchedat Fresh MeatsWe ;

Macclenny for the murder of John

?e Harvey a young farmer of that Ij
county. Jim Givens, the fourth negro j
of the gang! who did the shooting -

This is invitation is still at large. are carrying a nice line ofGardner's ;
announcement an '

Titusville is to be congratulatedbecause Famous Cakes
for to attend the occasion the final action has been
you locate there "
cinched that will the
r i, Fresh Pare Toothsome, Inexpensive
Superior Motor Works, from Jackson -
\ I of the opening the largest and Michigan. The business wa" k

w : gained through co-operation. ;
Phone 176 302 Broadway
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most complete furniture: show The Punta Gorda Herald is especially r
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anxious that commissionform
a
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: : -. "' rooms in Central Florida. There of government shall be established \ .-
in that town, and cites nearly 'i:
I -. will; be featured the finest Quality two-score towns, some of them smaller -
r than Punta Gorda, that have 4'O' 40.t' .oo'oooooo.oo o -o<- ++'-O made a success of the plan. -4 r
furniture and home furnishings
.i ., Through the sleuthing of H. L 1 '

? L thatvill equal anything in the Bmk Donald at cashier Live Oak of formerly the Comraercial of West We Are Now Shipping CITY j

Palm Beach, another bad check fiend I !Sweet Potatoes aad n.w Syrupin
entire state. ''as been lodged in jail. The culprit barrels in car load. and k'..,K
Martin McCain, is charged! with ...mbelzl'mentas car loads. Write us for prices I
r ;: well as bad check NY .J.JI
n work. MIZELL-EVANS:: COM! IS* MEATJARKET

Live Oak. Fla.

p We Cordially Invite Your Attendance great The difficnlty town of in Hastings finding is a having sufficient' I Fresh Meat and

number of eligible men inside I
: Music and Refreshment( 3:30 to 5:30 P. M. and 7:00: to 9:03: P. M. the town limits to properly) officer GEORGIA. GROWN CABBAGE . VegetablesPhone ;
the place. When incorporated the PLANTS .
lines were so closely drawn that fivesixts 1
the reside outsidethe Will' grow very fine heads set this
of population
YOWELL-DREW CO.Orlando's corporate limits. .. month Charleston in your section.Wakefield.Early Jerseyand Flat 44 11.3

To get rid of worms in children Dutch. Express $2.00 per thousand, . .
1 give them White's Cream Vermifuge.The prepaid mail 300, $1.00; fiO( ), 1.50; ;;
e Largest Store-rQuality Did It little sufferer Improves at once {OOO, $2.50. Georgia Whitehead and Rub-MyTtsm Is a great pain kmer. Bi.!!a

and soon becomes healthy, active and Buncombe collards same price. It relieves pain and soreness causedby F
tiH; robust. Price, 36c. Sold by Rober-. PARKER FARMS Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains t"'J'
son's 42-.t. Moultrie,
Pharmacy. ,,, Georgia etc.-adv. JJ
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:. .. .'(nowadays I mm firmly; convinced thai that we are frilly justified in ---, . . . .. . ... .......',. ..... .,.. .'
the howls those doctors at''that it the "Mid. - .,
put up designating a*, . ,.

I''''' iAPPINGTh', ....mOUGUT'TANK. .effect.time. Well has, I had.like a piecrust most powerful short,) In way continuation* City. of" the above- I ; Suits ,Made --io'Yot Measure From. Your' f s'h'
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: ', also.and likewise might ..y'that when I reached Kissimmee r : FOB SALE!
L By THORN :t :-X-:t :t I I found no need of passing :.
Make It Unanimous on-so delightful did I find the' )peo- Choice of Hundreds of Splendid
The federal. government is anxiousto pIe and the city itself And I've --- i,
..,01" Pertaining .To Beauty I ''have the people of the United decIded to remain here al long as the ,
Beauty Is 'only that which makes States select a "national tree.". Votes people will stand for it. Mebbe even
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all things as they are in their proper to be sent to the American Forestry longer, 1 thank 'you. Weaves and Designs 'I'
and! perfect nature; which the best Association at Washington. While t-X-: t
)painters always choose by contemplating there will be a vast majority, ,,probably Most Kindly Memorial i Must Be Removed
the forms of each.-Dryden. who will vote for the elm-- From the pen of the Stuart 'correspondent 20 Per Cent ..
:i i "X-t : because of the historic traditions of in the Palm Beach Post Off( Regular Prices
Come Now-I.* It that magnificent tree-I'd suggest I clip the following ,
Speaking of 'Polk county I've frequently that the choice' be made' something For about ten' years the t '
? ,Every Garment is guaranteed be Perfect in '
by
wondered it Frostproof was of the sort that has a "nut" on it. Stuart correspondent's me to' Workmanshipand 7-room house on, the
really frost-oroof Yassum. "stuff" passed through the Fit
!t J:I: :t:-X-t :t :4 :t:-X-. t hands of, "Thorn" and It is. southwest corner
Ab.l'o--lut..ly Correct "Strain" Comes Later hard now to think of the t
i Hueh, little rough AtreetiDon't Why is it that in all accounts of Post and not see his cheery Make Our Garment your Garments at one fifth less than Main and Lake
you cry; weddings the writer talks about the face as he bent over his pile ,' '
I You'll be all paved "strains of the wedding' march" of papers, busy always, yet 'heretofore.At streets.
Bye-and-by The trlfin!! comes on the first of ever ready to give a welcome .
:t t-X-t :t the month following; -when the hills and a warm hand- =
Check Me For Nameti and the "please remits" come in- shake. During my more least come in and'see Sample Cloths. .
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t I notice that Mrs. Perry Jauntle- and there arises the problem as to than forty years of newspaper Apply
baum is guest of Dr. Erskine Ebing- which of the accounts are chargableto work along various ,
I l''' haus, at Hendcrsonville, North Car- the wife's family and how much lines, I learned there were *
, olina. That's all to thin item. But hubby is to liquidate. Aye there's no more just and courteousmen Kissimmee Dry Cleaning and Pressing Works
names is names. where the "strains" are the most than those who send 'I A. S. REEDtOtOOOOttOOOtoooootoooo.
:t I: :j-x-i :t notable, forth the news of the world, R. A. SNYDER, Proprietor
Abmred Requetit' Isn't, ItOne :t:-X-: :4 but nowhere else have 1 received -
of my exchani; cries: "Dig Running Paint Campaign so many kindnessesor oo OH>+H-oH o--H-OOHoOO OOO-O .
your sweet potatoes!" To be sure, Camjng through DeLand the other formed such lasting . .
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dig 'em. One wouldn't expect' to Sunday-you note the day-Sunday- friendships as with Thorn -
harvest 'em with a vacuum cleaner, I observed that Editor Allison was and the editors of the Post. >< x<- > X'4 >.: -<"*-c wMDon't OOOHOOO.OOOOOOOOOHOo.o.OO C.
would I he? "" le-decorating the office of the Rpe- It is true that when one '"
:t 1-X-t: :t ord-merely to prove to the puhl; falls by the way, there :-1
Of The Semi-Weekly' Too that he was a discijjle of the "paintup seems to be someone else
While it IH H mighty fine road all I pretty-up, and' pay-up" policy, ready to step into the place,
the way I'll give two years' subscription both for individuals! and municmnli- but "Thorn's" place will Watch Kissimmee Grow }
to The Gazette to any man ties. He 1 was Dosing .in the wid"- never be filled by another '
who'll drive an automobile or -a Ford open doors of his sanctuary, while I like' him. We shall all miss I<
"straight from here to Orlando" the smiling passeis-bv admiring, him.
Uh-huh. pill their gaze on n fifty-fifty basis Frankly, I value that little article
I t :t-X-t: :t 't"ixt the paint and the pa.mtee. -for I know the writer. We have But Come and Grow With Us! ,
Of Course He' Does :1 J--X-1 : been "pals" for a decade; and sometimes ,
An automobile expert averts: Some Registration AftermathAs she'd "call me down" for making -
"Ai'nmbbils addears to men's I the list have been closed I a bit of fun over some of her I
live ," Sure A feller ban to live j think I'm safe in telling]! this one. splendid writings. They were all so
a lot ]longer. than ordinary in orderto I One dark, brunettish cullered "ooman good that I had to admire her- -even Ktssimtnae has a wonderful 1 future ; now is the time to buy property. I.

learn how to take care o' the was asked by the registration clerk though we at times would scrap like We have a few REAL BARGAINS in'City'' Homes Groves and Farms '
derned things Doelightcd, I assure whom she had approached as to her husband) and wife You know how I ,
you. avre' "How old I is ? Why, eapp'n, that i... Yes, you certainly do. ..s Ca
... :t I; :;-XiftKNiitn -: :J I All's fifty-fo'," Oh, no, you're not : .j
I I'\t' Seen 'em you're not old I In 1 the decoration of chinawarethe "
fifty-four" years Chinese! make of 10 acres and two lots in town for__ _______________________-__$ 450.00
A double-dyed man in Pensacolawas know you are not. And then with I j generous use
I given six months in jail on account -I a smile that reached' away round on the willow tree tea-house at Shan- t
I 40 the brick road close iu------------- 1000.006room
-ghal.G acres on ,
4 4' of biiramv. That pa\e the the other side, the (damoselcjaculat-

I poor fellow one hundred and eighty! ed"Oh: yes capp'n, youse shuah 6 cures Malaria. Chills and Fever house on lot 145x185, some fruit________"___________ 1200.00 ,:'
days of perfect peace-and I'll be': I right. AU's thutty-two-'n' at what
Bilious Fever Colds and
La- '
that once he is out and about he'll Ah is, Ah wuz cuttingly mixed on a.
Grippe. It kills the parasite that Plastered and painted 6-room house, beautiful flowers and assortment ,
declare that one wife is almost too 'at fifty-fo' bi/zmess 'At's mah ,-I
man,', YasHum bus'-measure1! It sutlingly is." causes laxative the and fever general It Tonic.is a splendid Adv. of fruit, good lot, one rare city bargain------____ 1600.00 :;,
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Moot Folks Forgot It Here's' Good; Advice' The "sugar ash," which grows in c'1(,
The governor's proclamation of a ;Mother, may I go' out And vote? Sicily, (contains a which harden
sap Terms nearly all of our properties. Come in and look "
on over our ,
"FinPr'venl ion )Day" proved to he Yes, daughter, 'tis your duty; into crude sugar.
a geitle fiy/le-so far as any recognition But \'ofor\ a man because he's fit lists. A square deal tu all. ;
was ('o ('erned. Most of us And not for his manly beauty! I This Means You.
are too durned green to burn, anyway I + +-v--+ "+' When you get up with a had tastein We may warps a hit if too You Know It, Bo your mouth, a dull tired feeling, Allen Fosdick Manager E. A. Strout Farm Agency jj jjMY
close to the flames; but ns for actually The New' Smyrna Breeze' says: no rel'sh' ; for food and are constipated ).
i burning-nay, nay, Annie! "New Smyrna needs a club-house" you may know that you need adORe
1 t-X- t I'm'not go positive out thatbut itl: of Chamberlain's Tablets. They REFERENCES: Seventeen Satisfied Buyers in Four Months
Quite her Wondering certainly needs someone to look after not only cause an agreeable move- .r
Asks, the Fort Pierce NewsTribuneThe arrivals in that town who happento ment of the bowels, but cleanse and ;
inlet jetties are slowly saunter in along about three or invigorate the stomach and improvethe i ir.o'
thrusting their.roiky fji- I fo in the morning!' And when one digestion. "' 44 "
i 0 'prs out into the Atlantic. is on the hike up and down the dark !,
I Wonder what the fish\ think I ened tT.'t"-no, street-and the only -
I about that ? thing alive he can find\ is a man r' i iY1
Probably they are reminiscing dressed in an abbVevat, ] .garment.
f, along the line of "We asked fo- i looking considerably' like a Scotch
trc'lId.but, ye are giving: us stone" 1'0RtumeYAere the brwks were mis-
t--x-! :t laid-and waving a kerosene la mo ,
i Mixed In Geography __ whose chimney needs soap and water \
I Miami :Metropolis declared that a -well, it makes the ,visitor feel 1
Kihool of whales drifted to shore like walking eastward to the dock,
i "just off Palatka." As Palatka is and, pulling the sheet of water up
located almost one hundred miles l(over him, sleep till daylight. Yas-
from the Atlantic it is 'a safe proposition -. sum. !
, to assert that it must have :t I: :t-X- t SO '. -;'_" 1,
t ). been a case of where the school- ""Time, HealsAll Wounds \ i ," .. ,,
ma'm told those denizens of the Retrospectively the Saint .. J ," ,
I I' deep murmurs ,. ; :,:" ,- i "J".., ,' ,, ,
to "go -'way back and sit down!" Petersburg Times: "'" '\ ' ,' '
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I' -x-t:: Somehow or *, other the' t" :., ,TRADe MAR.. :: I
t And I Mean' It I Palm Beach Post doesn't
I wouldn't say one thing against look the same without
young women, heaven,bless 'em ; hut : Thorn's' "Last Night's
if I'm firmly of the opinion that Mis : Thoughts." .
Understanding has been the cause or' That's mighty nice of Br'er Nau-
; more trouble in all mediumsizedcities gle, who has many friends in this There is every reason in the world why every farmer should buy a Fordson Tractor, while (there is p
" than all the .cooties who little city which has so recentlyadopted
ever
The Post is still not a single reason in the world why a farmer should not buy a Fordson Tractor.In it
played! "Puss, puss, in the corner" on me a
, any half-dozen American soldiers good paper, run in good shape by
that ever fought! in France. I know it. mighty good men, and caters to aI'r..at
the claims we make for the Fordson Tractor as being the superior farm Tractor, there is nothing
: :t :t-X-t :t I: his class of my good friends. -
, Butcher Told Me This The Gazette offers me a chance to of boasting. Our claims are based! upon demonstrated facts. In every sensible test that has been made (and! 1 A Awe
When call for "stall-fed loin in and do my durndest to help \
a
r beef" in you any meat-market you'll get forward every laudable object in don't believe in any jockeying or technical tests) but in the real common sense work on the farm-the _

:t beef it all-also right.the That"stall"is, you'll the meat-art-get the this I can city play and up Osceola to one-half county that; and has if work the Tractor was intended to accomplish-we say. in all tests ,the Fordson has stood head and shoulders c ;

ist will And of been said about me I'm going to the that while there about three hundred L
give you. speaking' above all competing Tractors. And this is best proven in fact are
! meat', I've had th' dumdest luck have a host of active associates who
f sometimes!! : the steak I bought will co-operate. Keep your eye on thousand farm Tractors in use in the United States today, and while Tractors have been sold to farmers for

r{ like tasted stake.ana acted Wood a you've great thought deal more it?, Kissimmee. :t I thank-x-i you.:t twenty years and while the Fordson"- Tractpr has only been on the market two years, more than one-third of ;

, :t :i-X- t The I shall Highway certainly Hoped be For pleased when all the Tractors in use in the United States are Fordson Tractors. \ R
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'.( And Do It Now the entire road between this city
If the fourteen drivers of cars,
and Melbourne shall
more than that number, possibly, who portion of it is at the be as present perfect time.as Now you can't upset a fact. You can't back away from an established truth, and there it is--out

dim seem their to take bright delight lights: in when forgetting they approach to- both When Melbourne that' time and shall Kissimmee be reached will of three hundred thousand Tractors, one hundred thousand are Fordsons, and there are probably some fifty
I
my Rolls-Rejoice, and merelv be the better off-for that road is different makes of Tractors on the market. Just let your common sense consider these facts "Figs are
grin when they can dazzle; me, will really to be th< most direct route
call at my office they will receive between the east coast and the west not plucked from thistle bushes nor plums from thorn trees." 'f
some valuable information prontoric --
Melbourne is noted for several
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+it off the reel, so to speak.
that is
things. One is it of the
:t I: t-X-t t very few towns where the one newspaper The Fordson Tractor has the necessary power. It, is economical in operation. It is flexible in control

Whatcher The Melbourne Call Free Times Range tells of the publisher convenient owns building a very- as handsome does and the I and operation. It'is simple in design and it is sturdily built of the best iron and steel. It is the product of ,.

village of Eau Gallic, also on the Times. Another is the nearly-com- the genius of Henry Ford, and it wasn't placed on the market until Henry Ford had tested it. and tested it, k
east coast, where all "the ladies are pleted long and excellent bridge !
\ up hvarms against these backwoods I I from the town to the ocean. Anotheris and tested it. before he asked the farmers to buy it. It is no idle faith that in the Fordson Tractor Henry
style Sivhere all stock is allowed
the highstanding of its leading
., free ra ge." No special mention, is hotel-and still another is the gen- Ford has given to mankind one of the greatest benefits which has ever come to civilized man.
I.: made af to whose arms they are "up eral attractiveness of the entire .
in;" and until that point 'i 1& made place. So fine did I find everythingthere j
plain I haven't a word to say. I'm at a recent date that I feel Now we solicit every farmer to buy one or more Fordsons. Come in and see them. Come in and
sorter sorry that Eau Gallie is so far that I could dwell in the houses of
away Uh-huh. mine hosts forever. I thank you. let ,us tell you more than we' can in an advertisement. Let us demonstrate to you. Let us put it to every

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:'JP I : : - : test that you ask. The Tractor is just as necessary
', Every Little Bit Helps -_ Not Beyond Kissimmee r'e
Every time I see mention' of a Says the Melbourne Times: for the farmer as water is in the house. Come in'I g
"ginning plant" in Florida I commence W. 'i gip'x3sv't
L. Thorndyke old
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sand" :
Look the Fordson. Test it. Don't take 3
to wonder of a "Haig & Haig "Thorn," of the Palm Beach over R

plant" wouldn't be a good invest- Post-the most quoted wri- chances. Don't experiment. Supply your farm with 6' !c t6l ; M
ment in this state? In any event It ter in the state, rolled into {
would give business to some of those Melbourne in his Rolls Rejoice the Tractor of established value. t '
officials in Palm Beach county who Monday 'noon and t
will fill a man's cellar with the need- spent the afternoon and evening -
ed !goods in the early summerandthen as a"" guest of the
go about in the early fall and Times Thorn is taking a I. P. TIMMONS ( L1
made raids a la mode much needed vacation and .
:t I: t-x-t :J I: left for Kissimmee Tuesday
How Times D-o Change __ morning where he Will rest AUTHORIZED FORD AND FORDSON DEALER wtg >, c

Jt is but comparatively a few for a day or two. He may KISSIMMEE '
FLA.
years since all medical authorities /go further into the interiorof ,
,c' wet decrying the gowns worn by the state, and get acquainted .. I
-, women on the grounds that the "ex with other fellow
treme length of the skirt as the editors who know him so
wearers sauntered along th? walks well-through his "Last :
:', 'wept up all the dust and the germs Night Thoughts" in the
f i and all that sort of stuff_which was Post. Hw was greatly pleased l- hw
If ;extremely bad for everyone.' Every over the thriving condition kp
time I meandw ertong the street' of Melbourne' and says
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f : JKISSiKHfiLEE VALLEY'' GAZEtTE .! NEED OF CHAINS "",

.... HISTORY tells of those centuries ..
:'jotnwho., agog were co-opcraion: in
.. ., .- PoUisied Every FridayBy moving the great barges of royalty. They"were merely gtlley-slaves, it is
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Kusijnaie* Valley Gasette "Coapanjr, ,KWiIDIDee, Florida true and they werechained to their tasks; but they kept things moving.

: .:r W.. 'B. Hani, President E. G. v... Araew, Secretaryi They were compulsory co-ope..(ton; it was a case of either working at

.... ., the awful' task imposed-or suffering torture. and death. Yet, withal: they
) ? Subscription Kates worked 'in uniton-whether carrying a king to join his family a to
} One Copy One ''Year.'......_____,.....,,.,.,'-___"__...._;_,__.......,,.'2.00'j meet her lover; or bearing those who intent the queen'death
-One Copy, Six Months__.___. .X.- : 1-00 were upon war to :
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; \ 'j, One. Copy, Three M6nth8..'.__.........-a----________r_--.?-----.-,..---- .50 It.'is this tame spirit of cooperationnot of the compulsory sort where
actual chains hold each to some special work-whic ; has since been built!
. entered it" the roa toffies' at KlMlmme. Florida m m>cond-clas matter.) towns from hamlets and cities. from villages; which created thriving municipalities e

All communication* except' from our uthorlivd: corrrfipondenti: must .lie ; which' has built up business. The "chains" have given' way tcbonds1
I aliened by the writer. I, *less, irkiome- -bonds of Fealty Loyally, Squareness, Fairness-. Cam-
unless called, .for.
Rejected _matter will not bd returned
f traderie; and as success Vas gained, little by little, the bonds gradually
I ' Foreign AdvtrtUtng' Repr..ntatiw!l I changed into intimacy- fraternity frendliness. .

t. .. THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION, Ir | That's all there is to this co-operation. It doesn't mean .sinking one's ,I.
personality-but ,it does "'r rnean. striving for all that may be best-as the

c r FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920 majority see it, It doesn't mean maudlin sentimentalism means a manly
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H striving for that which may be best for the great majority. It means de. : GLADYS RICE

I, DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS FOR FLORIDA leting from the system all that is small! and vituperative; shaking hands i '

) l \ upon one common level; wiping from the blackboard of sore remembran- '
MARTIN CARABALLO P. W. CORR I :es all that which has been unpleasant and establishing problems of some is. !
coming
i CHARLES E. JONES W. V. KNOTT worth and merit to solve-and solve right. .

J. G. SHARON G. B. WELLS. Kissimmee needs this sort of co-operation. Kissimmee is going to have

t I C I.- --- ,it. There are things to be accomplished which can prove successful only be-

ause this shall be done; and, '''once started, there will be a general out The Celebrated( soprano will

pouring along this line. It is a case where every man must tome clean. .
.. A MORNING PRAYER There must be no "passing the buck." It is no time to "Let George do it." appear in person at an invita-

It is a case where all must turn in and "Help George do it." Only through

Ry Thorn co-operation'can those things be done which should' be done to bring to tidn concert -in the Casino :
\ Teach me, God; 1 to every day any Kissimmee those things and conditions which by right belong to her ,
'
j a word or two to cheer those downcast
through no fault Of 'their own.
b. I And lench them, God; ; to strive each THE TWICE-A-WEEK GAZETTE Tuesday Evening ,

i i t dny to pass on to another a smile .-.-- .
that will do to all who it
rood see
( for the PROPERLY supported it is believed that the issuing of The Kissimmee
and -a word of suggestion!
,e I betterment I of all the people. And, Valley Gazette on each Tuesday and Friday will be instrumental in giving November 9

1 God. make the world to nee the this city and county double the amount of good publicity that is being obtained .
t bright side of e"l'r .thinj-thllt the Slight the be considered .
at present. as project may by those not -
4 i, : misanthrope mend their ways and from the misfit this momentfor may thoroughly conversant with the work of getting out a readable paper with She will be assisted! by Adeline Packard,

there is naught in all the greater frequency it should be understood by all that the project can be
world so adverse to human: happiness continued only so long as the proper assistance shall be extended; and::! violinist and pianist, and by "The Phono-

and progress ns a clouded. countenance The Gazette urges that the innovation shall be given as strong support a< graph with a Soul. .
hanging like a I threatening:: possible.
tempest over this fit'r rnrth.nee/
Thou saidst : "Let there lie lil'hl""nd Leading business men and private citizens have assured the published This appearance of the great concert, star

't light, that handmaiden: of exultation .C[ this paper that every incentive will be given toward the continuation of in Kiss irlme(;, is the event of the 'season for .
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and merriment and happiness, he more frequent publication looking always towards the time when
A II has ever since been the (treat issues The Gazette will appear at still more frequent intervals as the city grows lovers of good music..
s ;; .j all those who love and worstnp
I 1 Thee. Amen.REGARDING ji population and business importance. No paper can maintained merelyby FREE TICKETS
its paid circulation ; in fact, in these days of high-priced paper stock ,\
7 ; he prKC of a subscription hardly pays for the cost of the white paper and Cat/, writ or telephone i/. for free ticket of admittance.

I ;he postage. Consequently there must be such support by merchants and They will be issued in order of application.

'roCe THE COMING ELECTION CENTRAL DRUG STORE
I. t The Gazelle has considered the matter from all angles and has determined

that this is really the acceptable lime (for the move it is about to PHONESDay
THERE are many points to be considered the coming county, state adopt. The dale for the commencement of this semi-weekly issue is closeat

and national election worthy of mention at this moment when the importan' hand. It will be named within a reasonable lime. In the meantime the 41 Night 21.

nanagement will be pleased to tender such information( as be sought
undertaking is so near at hand. Many voters are but partially posted regarding may
and to the better illustrate some of the many advantages to be gained in
y,1, the election laws others the knowledge
; many are not perfect in
laving Kissimmee send out a progressive and conservative Gazette twice
l f they possess; (few are adepts regarding all pomls. ach week.

e The multiplicity of presidential electors 'in this slate will have r --_._-.- -- ---

tendency lo perplex even the best-informed voter. With thirty names NEED; OF LOCAL LAUNDRYONE

printed alphabetically, without regard to party affiliation, there will resul'
of f the most emphatic needs of( this city is the re-establishment
much confusion( ; and, as to carry memorandum of( any sort into a booth .
of C the laundry which has been lying dormant merely for the want of some : ------ --- -
i for the purpose of( reference is strictly illegal, the necessity of committing active to take the project. The building ready-and the I .
man up is equip- < C-C OHW M C W fr<"fr<"0 <- M M-M W-: "
to memory the names of( the six men selected is a task which will lie beyond nent is practically complete-and there is a patronage awaiting the man

J the ability of many. who will secure the establishment and produce satisfactory results. The I

ownership of the concern now rests in the hands of who has taken
: Frequently in past years it has been the custom of many voters where : one up Perfection Tires
other interests more to his liking -- and feeling that he could not well ,
f several names were to be selected (from a group, to.take the first name .
I erve in a dual capacity he .clo ed the laundry. ""
; printed, or, skipping the first two check off the names following until the Meantime much off the laundry work has been sent elsewhere --thus j 6000 MILES GUARANTEEWhy

L {.. f requisite number had been secured. Such a plan, anything like it, the aking ,the money from this city which by right of ownership belongs in worry about those sand blisters and loose (treads?

: :) year will not be satisfactory to the enthusiast of( either party-so badly issimmee ; and the balance is being taken care of by private laundresses

1, ... are the several names mixed. who having no scale of rates and an elastic conscience, usually/ make a She Asbestos Breaker Strip .
'arlff 'for the work that is in some cases totally unjustifiable. Without
.r, To illustrate this point take. the fist dozen names "of the presidential doubt'there is someone in this city who has some acquaintance who would tie i not affected by moisture, acids.grease or heat by road friction .' .:.'

I% ''tjs( ..electors.. The first twelve will appear on the. ballot in' this:;,wise;,;. grasp such an opportunity as this 'would prove if the proposition ''was takenup > thereby overcoming the most common ailment in automobile tires. ,
q. C' .. i I,'i ; ''A.i\i'li\\t': ; \ in the Once established. and conducted in businesslike and 9
) proper manner. more ; a < > Blisters Tread Separation. ;
,., '/ :;'I'C.' W. ALLEN. , : ::
tt :, f i ;'W1! rt's'1 t t \\1* (I'..' manner .the project would give employment to at least a few- '. "
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W. ARCHIBALD.
J. An exclusive feature in Tires. Ask to see them.LESTEK .
; E. M.' BRELSFORD. and the traffic increased by judicious publicity until it gained handsome
proportions. '

j : / W.MARTIN R. BRYANT.CARABALLO. While this is a matter for the Chamber of( Commerce to look after ALFORD .)

\ .' il t is also -a matter (for each private citizen to endeavor to solve. The private
LELAND M. CHUBB.
individual who shall be instrumental in bringing in new capita) and a com- 107 BROADWAY

pentent laundryman will have accomplished muchand will be a benefactor H
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CHARLOTTE R. COFFIN.J. NATHAN BRYAN CARSONANSWERS |much of the well-being of all sections -.--- - -- - -" ... --
''r of the county; and those who;
H. DRUMMOND. FINAL CALL I know the qualifications of Mr. Harj- Everybody Who is Anybody Advertises Their "Wants" in Tie Valley Gaxett

MRS. L. L HAYS. Died: At his home'in this city on sell are sincere' in. their belief that
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Saturday October 16. after a periodof the affairs of the county could not
The democratic voter who places his "X" before the first six names failing health, at the age of sixty- rest in better or more competent I, I
I will for four three years and ten months Nathan hands. His election will mean much
vote republicans and
"white"republicans, prohibitionist,
one
Bryan Car n. Funeral was held on to Osceola county.H. i CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY"
t; ) and one democrat Should he skip the first two and then mark six he the following Tuesday afternoon and .
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will vote for three republicans and "white" republicans one socialist, one; was privately conducted. H. HULL, CANDIDATE I WILL SELL FOR CASH AT THE FOLLQWING PRICES '
,k : prohibitionist and twotdemocrats. Or should he pass over the first six and : Nathan Bryan Carson was born in COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD ,
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take the following sextet, he would find that he had voted for two "white" Macon county, Georgia, to James Alston :j -SATURDAY AND MONDAY- ;
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I republicans, two socialists, one prohibitionist, and (for but one democrat. : Carson and Melissa Bryan Car- In the spring primary there was _ __ ___ __ J
son, December 14, 1856; graduatedfrom vote given to H. H. 19-Jbs Grits u __ 1.00 7-Ibs Granulated: Sugar n 1.0020Ibs .
; In no cue can any democrat-or, for that matter, any republican-place Mercer University where he a Hull very for flattering the position of member of | Meal ________ nn 1.00 12-lt G. M. Flour________ 1.00 1I'.i k.
'; ; his "X" in front of any six names, consecutively and vote for the electors was a member of the Delta Theta the school board from the thirfl district -i I j .4 Gallons Oil ________ _.h-- 1.00 3V4-lbs Bacon _nn__,__ 1.00 I
of his became the I 8-tbs Best Rice __ 1.00 8 No.2 Tomatoes_____ 1.00 J
choice. And because of the inability of many % voter to remember fraternity in lau; and and because the nominee is so nnn cans '
: husband of Wilhelmina Woodfin. of I 8-tbs Lima Beans __ 1.00 9-Ibs Navy Beans ___ 1.00
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the si; names of.his candidate it is safe to say the presidential vote in well known in all sections of the | nn eoon .
'.., Florida will far behind the Athens. Georgia, December 8. 1880. county there is no doubt that his i '
balance
of the
run tickets.
state In 1890 the family came to Kissim- election ia sure. Mr. Hull has re- CRISCONo. Potatoes, peck un_ _oon_ .50
:. There is little doubt that' many will carry into the voting booths memo mts where they have since resided.Mr. sided in this county for so long thatto 6 can _________________$1.85 Catsup, bottle __________.__ .13 '
oranda of some sort as a iuide-even though the law forbidding such an Carson has been honored by all Intents and purposes "he has No. 3 can ________________ .90 Beets, No. 2 can--__--_____ .18
: action is very rigid. Some of the state have made bold many positions of trust during his lived here all his life"'' and there lal 1 Gallon Alaira ____n_____ 1.50
to assert
papers No. 1V4 can __ __________ .50 '
long residence here. He has been n V4 Gallon Alaga __ ______ .75
that the that his election --
,;4 election officials have a perfect right to tear aside any curtain in bond trustee of the town; was the a will general additional feeling!! strength to the I Lard, pound __u__________ .25 H4 lt can .______________- .23
? any voting booth without warning, in order to watch .the voter; but the first secretary and treasurer of th. hoard mean of which he will be a member. Picnic Hams _________n__._ .29 Karo 1% tb cans __u_____ .19
y ''o' best authorities are a unit in declaring that such an act would violate the local telephone company and held The school board is a body in which All kinds Soap bar________ .09 Veal Loaf __--____--____-- .22
bars ___________________ _
privacy of the voter and would have a tendency to destroy the of the same offices in the Kissimmee politics should have little bearingand 12 1.05 Vienna Sausage __uun_ .10
secrecy Washing Powder, 11 pkgs._ .50 Pot Meat 5c 6 ____ .25
Ice'and Cold Storage Company. Until cans
,fi the ballot. is and becauseof --
Inspectors, however have the full right to demand that any he retired from the State Bank it so recognized; Tomatoes, No. 2, 15c., 2 for .25 I Corn __--__--____18, 22 and .25
V: voter shall vacate the booth after having occupied the same for five minutes some eight years ago he was cashier, this fact there can be the no members.partisanship Nestle's Everyday Milk' Pork and Beans 2 cans-----25

x and upon the refusal of the voter to comply with the request if it and at the time of his death he was The people shown of by Osceola any of-as well as of 3 cans __________________ .20 Cabbage, Ib _______u______ .06 ,
zf t is deemed best the toter may be forcibly removed. Five minutes is the president of the Osceola Hardware the entire state-are a unit favorableto Macaroni &: Spaghetti, 2 for .15 Peas, B. Eyed 2 Ibs_____-? .25
Lemons dozen __ ____ __ .20 Arbucklea Coffee It ._____ .40
i' limit Company. For fo.rty-five he u )
ti for years education and -
any voter, man or woman, to in preparing !his her ballot. good and thorough ;
occupy : or I 10 Snowdrift ___
was a conscientious member of the No Un 2.00 Gold Blend Coffee _________ JO
S As to the secrecy of the ballot and other-"matlers regarding elections Baptist church, which faith he accepted the election of Mr.. Hull means progress -' No. 4 Snowdrift __________ 1.00 White House Coffee _______ .55
in all lines.STRENGTHENING
_, the laws of Florida pertaining to those subjects contain the following while still in college. No.2 Snowdrift ____h_____ .60 Senate Coffee ___uun_ .60
f, ,.:. (Section 3835)) : Deceased left a wife and four RESERVATIONS Coal Oil gallon; _____u____ .25 i Maxwell House Coffee _n__ ..504..
"Any elector who shall children, as well as seven grand- Fine Table Peaches ________ .40 Gold Brand ___________u__ .30
provided law allow his ballot
except as by
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children to remember Pineapple can _nU _____ .40
a loving re-
to be seen by. any person, or who shall take or remove or attempt to lake lative. The children are Mrs. Edger, "We will accept. says GovernorCox Blackberries, heavy syrupcan .40 FEEDS

; or remove any ballot from the polling place before the close of the polls J. Oliver, of Savannah; Dr. W. W. "any reservation y'at helps to Gold Medal Flour, 24-lbs____ 2.10 Oats 100-lba ___ uun___ 3.20
ti place mark his clarify; any reservation that helpsto Self Rising Flour, 24-lbs____ 2.00 Corn __ 3.95
f I r or any upon ballot by which it may be identified, or take Carson, of Jacksonville; Marion B. reservation tbat 100-bs ----_ .- --
,:w 1 i into the election booth any mechanical device, ticket or memorandum Carson of Kissimmee; and Mrs. H. helps reassure to strengthen.; any We will accept! Self Rising Flour, 12IbeM.05Libby' Shorts, 100-lbs _uu 3.70
Brand Milk _
.19 Sweet 100-roe __ ___ 3.60
S. also of Kissimmee. Feed
nh
Geiger ,
; printed or written other than the official ballot ticket enable him I reservation that helps to give h
or to to any Best Early June Peas, No. 2 _ Cotton Seed Meal ___ 3.40
mark said ticket or ballot or any person who shall interfere with any elec- j. M. HANSELL FORCOUNTY ''our associated powers a full understanding can -_______ ___ 18 and .2:? Chicken Feed, best .nh_______*4.25
t i tor when inside of the polling place or when marking his ballot. or unduly COMMISSIONERJ. of our in good own constitution faith of the beyond limitations I

-. influence or attempt la unduly influence any elector in the preparation of M. Hansel) elected which we cannot go. After the And in fact everything in oar store will be for sale. These prices arc
: his ballot or any elector who shall remain longer than the specified time candidate for regu'vrly ; League of Nations has been thus
:' Allowed by law in the booth or compartment after having been notified upon the democratic county ticke commissioner, is worthythe ( clarified and strengthened then we strictly cash. :'

_, 4' .* .that hit time has exyind. or who shall 'endeavor to induce any elector to solid and unified aupnort of all '''propose having it ratified by the

'I ..thow how he marks or has marked his ballot or aids or attempts to aid the citizens of Osceola. Mr. lIansell! i uoper United branch States of and the then Congress peace will of\ the be CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY :
is bv no means a stranger to the
elector by of mechanical'
any any means any device whatever in marking (guaranteed to the world. We will
of this he
people county, as is an old-
,'_ si 4his. ballot,; or' shall print or procure to be printed or have in his possession time resident of Kissimmee-and was no longer be wasting our resources."

.4. \00\\. . .any copy, of any ballot prepared to be voted, shall be fined not less than I at one time a member of the local! I A frowning officeseeker will oft- PHONE 141 422 BROADWAY ..fc.4.
ten dollars; nor more 4han one hundred dollars, or Ije imprisoned not more I city council where he served well times grasp at a straw-vote.I Out of Town Orden Given Prompt Attention )
is a m9st Important one--for I Wanted Large" clean cotton X
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THE E SSiMMWVMLEV'CAZETT: ; OCTOBER it n"' ,
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FRIDAY,1 .
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4'. 10 1010 It 00." ',' "*..tO . . t t R E.; McLaughlin; of Okeechobee: R. B. Keiler returned from Slier ..

- II spending a.few days in the. city., City. North ,Carolina, Tuesday night.

WeatherTteportfj; ; .ti B. Story was among the outoftowners -, for Although several Mr.yean' Keller, he has stilt been kept away'his

visiting this city Wednesday property 'at Shingle Creek and now Great DOLLAR DAY

-' -, intends to stay here and cultivate ,
?. bfficial i' Bulletin ot\\ daily :Wesley Clarke: 'of Campbell motored bis farm. 'e f

''temperature and precipitations ,'to this city. on Thursday, on Mr.. and Mrs. W. C. Glacier, of
furnished by the Kiss alJ\mee business., Hendersonville.. North' Carolina, have MONEY SAVING EVENT K-
Co-operative 'U. SI: Weather P. G. Cromartie, of Shingle Creek, been visitors in this city this week. <
Bureau Station,' for the T weekending was a business yisitor to' the city I They came for the purpose of look, I

.. Thursday, October 21 on Wednesday s ing over grove properties with a V Will soon be here II '
Observation --- Honorable W. ',J:Sears returned view to making purchase and becoming -
taken by s '
eretaryt'
residents
last evening from a speaking tour '
Chamber of
Commerce down the east coast. chil-
Mrs. Anna Messer and two
: Max. Min. Rain dren :Violet and Herbert -. .-...... A/ r
Dr. W. L. Winn's offices are now : together
Thursday __?.. 85 fiR upstairs over the with Mr. and Mrs O. P. 'Farrell, I
Friday ___?___. 85 68 lfl Bated ' 'post30of- were visitors in this city Monday.The :: t

. ... Saturday ______ 85 69 Mrs. Charles Carson, Jr., and children party is touring the. state-- V ) Dollar in Kissimmee .
.. Sunday _____on 85 66 I have returned from an extended starting from Sistersville., West Virginia Day
:Monday: _______ 84 fQ visit to the Carson propertyin where they reside-with a
grove
,} Tuesday _______ 85 71 the vicinity of Miami. I view of seeking some location for
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Wednesday ___ 85 3I the winter where ''Mr. Farrell
may
.
Dr. and Mrs C. H. Summers have .
,{ ClOOHHQ OOIOOOOi. Riven up the flat they have been oc- find employment as a printer.I. &l; Saturday October 30
Timmons and Max
Icupying, and are now ensconced in P. Krity recently ,
j apartments at the Park hotel. chaperoned a party consisting .

i. I ITEMS OF A WEEK I I Day-Ron of ,OeWilton,J. W. Miller Alderman, Sheriff R. F.Ingram Godwin y

,ducted! by Mrs. Swain and Miss Ca- and II. P. Suhl, to Ocala, where they 5 .2 yards 36- ltcb Unbleached Muslin $..00 ''qt
witnesses of the demonstration
'. C. S. Acree, o'f the Point, was in for*on,which who that will cafe continue l is noted.George the. service bv were the Fordnon tractor. The featsof 4 1-2 yards 3O-itich Bleached Muslin . l.OO
town Tuesday on business the exhibiting tractors are saidto
!, W. Persons visited his have opened the eyes of some of ,
Jeff
Barber of Creek
L Wednesday in, town Boggy on business spent store W. Chapmen at Fore, Meade manager Wednesday.of that establishments J.- the visitors to "their widest extent. We will have bargains in all Departments of our store, including h

t J, E. Moseley, an old-time resident accompanied him backto F. J. Stray, of SrinaGarden.,
has decided locate in Kis Shoes Dry Goods and Notions. ,
, of this county, now at Gotha spent Kissimmee and returned home Florida, to ,
..,' Monday in town. I simmee and has purchar/d the 10- #

'; J. T. T. Tindall, of Boggy Creek, ,yesterday.Patriotism and Religion Compared acre about place two known miles as southwest the Heal of Farm the, :. H. C. STANFORD COMPANY f fa

ti-1', y who has a fine grove in that section, is the subject of the sermon at the city. Mr. Strayer l is a ,native of
"" spent Thursday in town. Christian church next Sunday at Pennsylvania and has been an extensive ..
Mrs M. C. Bandy, who has' Keen 11 :.'}O. At 7:30: A Common Groynd, traveler. He is also' a writer .1

confined to her home, is now in her of Belief Held by All Christians. A nf vrse. being the author of The ____ __ __ _ __ i
welcome for - - _, _u__ _ _____ __ __ ___. _.__ ._
usual health, and able to be about. all. Florida State Song, recently pnb-
Miss" :Mattie Bell Harris 'who is The Peters shoe shop! which has lished in the DeLand" papers. The
tearhinjf at Winter Haven spent the been occupying one of the storerooms sale was effected through the A. E.
wn-k-i-nd visiting her parents, ME. !' in Stanford-Miller: building Strout Farm Agency, Allen Fosdick,
and :Mrs W. B. Harris. > on Stewart avenue, moved this manager. J *>

John/ Simmnlis' of Eau Gallic, was week to the Oraystone Casino build- Mr. and :Mrs H. E. Robinson and '
in ';"*sinu>iee" :Mondav and Tnesdnv iz. on Dakin avenue. little] son. of West Palm Beach, have SATURDAY SATURDAY
Jrr.1 in!". *n- nuinv old friends" and; Mrs' (Hodges, of California, "110'hils visited this city in their ('overmpthl'
looking after" business matters. been the guest of her daughter.Mrs. .entire state for the purpose of plac- OCTOBER 30 + OCTOBER 3t

:\11'. and :Mrs. Cnrol Kenton andlinhv : C. H. 'Immprs. for the past inir publicity signs of that east' coast
months this week for city all of Flor'da Mr.
t two left pointsin in portions
arrived from Akron. Ohio. last
Georgia, whl'rIIhe will visit relatives Robinson. is active in all lines that
week to spend some t time visit;. '
ng
before returning' home tend to the advancement of West
Mr. Kenton's at their home
parents
on Broadway! Mr. and :Mrs W. F. Ward of Kicco. Palm Beach and Palm Beach (county
several" weeks he has boon
Ki-mmmee. and for
yesterday in guestsat
c. W. Ward returned" Wednesday spent
touring; in Georgia and South Caro-
the : Ward Is
t from Hound! Brook New J..r.ey.1.: . Gray..tone.Ir. ,
manager of the Ki> Wnrl! spent -part of the summer in Cattle Company's large rani'he located signs!' beckoning visitors down the f
the Adiro""a'kVaynl' Ward, now the Kissimmee rnerJ fft cot. From this city! !Mr. and You are cordially invited to visit our store on
on ,
c.f Orlando spent" Thursday in this, :Mrs Robinson went to the \ve"teoaM.
:M. Willson rturned home
city. Jr.,
but will return here their
W L. Oavis is suffering" from the Wednesday: night from New York homeward trip. ,ton Saturday October 30---Dollar Day
City, where he and :Mrs.' Willson have
rfTects/ of nn accident when his horse spending the !lumnH'r.Irs: Wil!..on. '' C. W. Griffin who has linen down ,
fell with him last Saturday. Thesadd'ehorn the east coast and has bene touringto
in who has been ill all !summer i is still with good others not mentioned for One Dollar.
the articles
struck him the groincaus'ng a certain extent with Congressman when we will sell following a many
of and
under the physician
care a
a considerable<< degree of Sears, returned Wednesday evening -
lame will return as soon as she is ableto i\\
ness and is once more "lit home. iI
J. A. McCarthy, of St. Cloud, accompanied :Mr: make and the Mrs.trip. W. II. Tunmcliffe Mr Griffin depicts the situation In Linoleums price now $1.50 per square yard. on. that date. .- ___ _______________________$1.00 I

hy Attorney Milton Pled were in the city on Wednesday, having Palm Beach, Broward and Dade Crex 36-inch wide. Hall Rugs price now $1.50 per yard, on that date___________________ 1.00 '
Orlando counties 'ritl'al--n
gar went U Monday and as' beingtry! .
appeared before Judge Andrew to driven over from t their St. Cloud! 1 some localities' there being a three- Dupkx, 27-inch wide Hall Rugs price now $1.5per( yard on that date__'._______________ 1.00 ,
present" some" legal matters in whichhe home upon a business mission. TheyI : rointred fight on hand. In Palm
interested.. i I have but irccntlyeturned, to that Beach county there ill such a fight
city following an extendedisit in '
,, :Mayor J. S. Cadel who hAS been New York their former home, and for superintendent 'of R'honl-aft'r!' We will also give One Dollar off on every $10.00 purchase of anything in our store on that
candidates for t the had been
for the where past he two attended weeks"l the in'funeral Washington of- are very home busy the in more making attractive;; their present I "..]ef'f"d bv both democrats position and republicans d
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j his brother who" demise; occurredovereas the women having come to be. glad to have you call on us any time when in need ol anything in our line. :
Mrs. R. T. Radford Atlanta, who
I returned to his home in the front with a candidate of their
'I i this city this morning. has been making an extended visit i I own, and a strong fight isVbemif Yours for Lower Prices, rI f
with her pan'nts.fr.: and :Mrs made for her ilectioi. Mrs. (,Griffin
Born : At Prescott Arizona onuntlay. Charles Elam, of 215 Broadway. has returned with her husband.
October 10, to :Mr. and :MrC .., has been making this wee-', -
I a T'sit ----- :
B Buckley a daughter. :Mrs. to her brother. C. B. Elam, of Tam- NEXT WEEK'S GAZETTE I C. H. GRANTHAM

. Hucl fey will be better remembered pa, making the trip by automobile I WILL APPEAR ON THURSDAY
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as the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. with her father. Mrs. Radford will Store. {
" The
W. Hill, of Narcoossee. return to her Atlanta home this Advertisers must bear in mind Satisfactory ,i
Captain Frank Vans Agnew and week. that the issue of The Gazette for the .
t
;1 Lawrence Carr passed through the Mrs. Florida J. Barnes, of Lum- I coming week will appear on Thurs.'' .
city Thursday on their way to Coro- berton. North Carolina, has purchased day in place of v-iday, and the usual
nado Beach, where Captain Vans a suburban home in Pinedale SUb- run of news articles announcements. '
,.,AI':: Agnew! will spend a few days. He division and, with her two daughters.Miss and (publicity of every ort, should '' ''
A'I'' '"" will then go to Jacksonville Gladys and Miss Ruth, will ,reach this office at. an early date. PERTAINING CHURCHES '
:' , W. C. Taft, who hag recently returned make this their permanent home. The l issue is made the earlier than \
\\I..IA'! : to this city after an absence Mrs. Barnes son will join her late customary* in order that delivery of Christian Church ;
: of several years tomake his homein in the season. The sale was effected! ,The Gazette! may be made throughout The Reason .
Kissimmee, h s secured a building through the E. A. Strout Farm the county on Friday, that the Rev. W. H. Dresch, Pastor
" site on Verona street, and willimmediately Agency, Allen Fosdick, manager. I Dollar Day may receive the more ,.t
publicity. Advertisers should remember October 24.
the Sunday, \
erection
1 commence S. B. Aultman, who has been some
.'. of. a' bungalow for his own occupancy. months in the middle west where he increasing that in circulation this paper and i is importance. rapidly- 10:00 11:00:: a.a.m.-Sunday m.-Morning school.worship: A silver dollar has a Woman on one!' side and an Eagle on the V t:,
is
has been the guest of his son,
F. W. Tatum has closed out his once more at his home here. Duringhis Sermon" subject: "The forgiveness of other dates back to the ancients.. The first silver medium of( exchange :'

grocery stone in South Kissimmee, visit in New Mexico he crossedthe CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTSARE Sins.6:30 m.-Christian, Endeavor. was smooth on .both sides and had a hole in the center. \ 'f;
and left with his family for Tampa border into Mexico several times, i READ VERY CLOSELYNo p. '
this week. They expect to locate and visited other sections of the I Topic: "Lessons From: Recent It belonged to J King Reno,, who also had a beaut'iful but vain r.

either in Tampa or St. Petersburg!. country. He was highly pleased !1 doubt there are hundreds of Events.7:30 services Sub- The Queen being fond of( ornaments contracted the a '
m.-Evening : spouse. very
Mr. and Mrs. Tatum are splendid with that section of the United readers who have articles about the p. "
citizens and their many friends here States-and returned to tell in his house that are of no use to th"m- ject: "Redemption. habit of strolling around the grounds with her nose tuck through s I;;

regret very much their decision to own way, of some ,of the thousand 'p but there are always some others meeting 7:30 :p. m.-Wednesday: prayer the coin: One fair dry the Lady Queen, all fine and gay walked.
make a change !of residence. 'sights. he witnessed. who'd. like to get" them at a bargain.The e
i "c'assifieds"' are read very attentively tice.7:30 p. m.-Thursday: choir prac- to the boundary between her Lord's estate and that of( a strange/, .

I by all. and in many rapes and an eagle eye seeing the pink nose peeking through the two-bit .'!\
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a smell sum invested in such publi What I Owe My Minister .
,
piece made dive for it and became hopelessly entangled. aei
I city will find a pleased!' customer. It a .
Who's- Handling Your Laundry? costs nut a little to make an experiment Reverence. I owe my minister rev- 'Y
-and the fimx'l ad columns f>f erence as the ambassador of God The King in his wrath, caused the woman and the eagle, with v .'

The G 7ette should carry a great sent to teach me a better way of livIng the coin between them to be placed in a strong cider press where 1 ::
Let Me Do It-And Please YouTh many bits of information. Try this! that the selfish, sordid existence y.
remained till of
they the likeness each stamped the smooth
column next week. might[ be guilty of but for his was on i'
i trained guidance. sides of the coin. 'i
(for the Lakeland Steam is. of'( NOTICE T I ..' .
Agency Laundry at my place I Affection. I owe my minister affection :1 .

business The Board of County Commissioners that he may be strengthened ;'1"J

I Ballot will Boxes receive for bids General on delivery Election of bv the the Church knowledge he is that trying the membersof to serve 5 Lbs. Granulated Sugar__$..7t; 3 Pkgs. Arbuckles Coffee_ 1.00. '.1' '

Work Received Wednesday-Returned Saturday November 2, 1920, up and includ- are knit with him in the bonds of 8 Lbs. Snowdrift ________ 1.85 6 Cks. Octagon Soap____. .50 'it.

Kissimmee Dry Cleaning and Pressing Work I ing the 29th day of October. holy love and unity. 4 Lbs. Snowdrift ___ ____ 1.00 .
All Bids to be delivered to J.. L. 't ust. I owe my minister trust 14 Lbs Irish Potatoes ..49
R. A. SNYDER. Proprietor I Overstreet, Clerk. that he may be free to serve the 5 Lbs. Dunbar Syrup_____ .50 -'--. .t
" A. F. Bass Chairman. Church unhampered by criticism and 6 Cans Tall Milk_____?? JBJ
Attest: J. L,. Oyer treet, Clerk. 45-2t fault-finding. 10 Lbs. Lancgo Syrup_____ 1.19 . 1\\
Generosity. I minister 2 Cans No. 2 Tomatoes__ .25* v :
owe my .; t
that if his methods 24 Lbs. Pillsbury Flour____ 1.98
... . . .. . generosity seemi "
.oooooooooooooooooooooooo.toooooooooooo.o.oo..o..o..000..0 No. 10 Blue Karo---_ .98
little strange or a little sensationalto 12 Lba. Pillsbury Flour._ 1.00 ,

not my be narrow conservative enough' nature to insist, I may that 24 Lbs. Self-rising Flour___ 1.80 No. 1!}% Cala. Table Peached.39 iJ."'I:

,he shall change them, but may, instead 12 Lbs. Self-rising Flour___ .95 No. 2 Table Pears____'-_.c.25. .
rejoice in the good that he is r-;
A Home--Modern and Commodious
j | Charming
doing. 10 TJbs. Good Rice_______ .75 10 Lb.. .Hudnutl Meal' ____ .4S : ,
Prayer. I owe it to my ministerto .

pray for him each day that God 2 Pkgs. Macaroni ___...--- .15 10 Lbs. Hudnuts Grit_____ 11P I may bless him and make his services
'''q blessing to everyone with whom he ,I .

)0 comes in contact-The. Frontier' "WE SELL IT FOR CASH : : 1 If
With a view of f erecting another residence in the same Christian. ** .
(f I WE SELL IT FOR LESS"The ""

neighborhood I I' am offering for quick _sale my ARTHUR E. VOORHEESDIES ,s


Residence Property Located Where 'Tis High and Dry I Iat AT HIS HOME HERE Taylor System t.

Arthur E. Voorhees, for two years
an astonishingly attractive Bargain Figure. a resident of Kissimmee, 'died at M 1 < KISSIMMEE HAINES CITY ":i\ |
home on Main street yesterday afternoon :0'I, |
it tw. clock, at tne are
;. Magnolia trees give shade, and Orange. Grapefruit and Peach trees are in the yard ready to fruit. of aixtv-flw. I>e seed wa i A m -n ,!'
-- --- --
-. of great personality, possessed the '
" Bananas in fruit Electric light. Large bathroom. Alley at rear. All conveniences. Fireplaoe.greatest magnetism of his uncle United FOR TAX-ASSESSOR- can be found none who' can assert this
States Senator Voorhees, of Indiana. office has ever lent itself to unfair -
W. L BARBER DEMOCRATThe
V I.
Everything installed to make a perfect home. The bargain for quick sale in this city. I for whom he was at one time prvlata deals. Ills has taken special .

secretary-and had formed many two terms in the office of tax- pains in all his assessment pork, lad
J. W. GOODMAN Owner ,1 warm friends here. He was an uncle assessor which W. I. Barber has filled his system of covering all portionsof
of JWrs. J. W. Wilder, of this city. have been marked with a degree of 'the county cannot be'exe lle4.
'I The remains have been forwardedto fairness anti square-dealing that deserve That is the opinion of all who ban
Postoffice Box 129 Kusimmeert the former home of the deceased, only the greatest of praise. had occasion ,to have dealings' with ;
i Danville. Illinois, accompanied by Mr. Barber ia a young man of true his office. His re-election to this ;
-: his widow-Mrs. Voorhees having: worth., Born and raised in Osee.la I post will show that the- voters highly }
been with her husband at the time counts; he la well-acquainted with all appreciate a careful and palnstakJac.
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RRi COMMISSIONERS AGAINST BONDED DEBT tv 'Y WELL, FOR that 'this crop Is ,well taken care ol, :J. W. THOMPSONFuneral '

; COUNTY for in many sections the money secured BUCKMASTER
SUPERINTENDEDFor
RECEIVE LIST OF ALL. OF TWENTY COUNTY" from this crop will rcpresen

CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE FOR. POSSIBLE thirty-two years a resident of a profit or' loss'' to business as well Director _
I as to, farming interests Even'with
(Continued from P&.e r On for thirty 'years a residen
the.recent meetingof the commissioners a lower price than was received for
At Osceola.,' county, ''for fifteen year KISS11IHEE'SOSTEOPATH "
bonded indebtedness T Do you
) of Osceolacourt th in the ublic'schools--tha'' peanuts last year, growers will, If EMBALMER
i H. Clay Crawford lect the humiliations and Is taken .In harvesting\ and LICENSED
received from care
board "a portion of the record of C. E. .
of state: on account of '
the official our
of state, over marketing, receive a profit frorr
aecretary of an.atate Do you recall that in order ,_ candidate upon' the demo that will wit Store and Chapel Stewart Ave..
i seal, a complete list tlc ticket for county superintend this crop be on a par ;
vage the. credit of the state,
withInstructions KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
candidates; other
cotton or staple crops
congressional -
and schools His has been cleai
of a
t Trustees of the
have the same placed ficers, as The followingImportant' fact! r "
the ballots to .to be used< upon .
.
The. first In the list 4.000,000 acres of state The nuts to- bring the -highest -
2. '
November ltloR which he now aspire s
were the names of the democratic comparably ''Valuable now to he to was appointed to succeei market price; must be well matured, : : Phone No. 162: I

which wHI be found In ilton Disston of bright, and dry, and contain as little
candidates, 'J. Sear at the time the latte Warner Building.
had to sell oar,
I another column in this 'issue. Thia 25c on acre- to elected congressman. Newe dirt and tram as possible. .. ..-. -- -.-- ----
was ipucceeded by the following:; for a mess of pottage of this county not be That in order to secure ihis con -------- -- --r---

with Section 215 of creditors may dition a careful investigation! \ of the "
; In compliance that Mr. Sears' election made'
the General! Statutes of the State of I do. not know these office of county superintends field is necessary to see that the 'croj Mr l
:
Florida I hereby certify to you that' experience; but they are part and not be aware tha is as fully mature as possible hefor .
,
and it does not ; may
have history, .
following named digging .
persons :
the and
Yowell served one year <
much of -
an
been nominated to the respective offlc one be very i months to fill out the tern Stack!:! after digging as soon a''
their names bv ink bu'k'to 1881. Must is shake ofl!' -'
s net opposite' to office. dirt sufficiently dry to
party of the State of like risk again, with the from the vines. A loss in weight o' .
the republican Most of them know however tha
?
white) of the past to guide us election Vowel nround ten cent will be inoum
: per
Florida < Mr.
the following (
of I
W. Allen, James W.. Arehi- There is also a fund hI..avln them exposed to the 8U'-
George elected without opposition to .
!! Notice
a bal.l. H. L. Cloujrh .1. H. Drunimond, knowledge. Look Florida about count you.. ','ve the people in that capacity; long: enough for the stem connecting License

:& J. W. Locke, and .J. B. Moffelt, to liepresidential progressive how heavily) thev are know, also, that in the primary the pod to the vine to become 'dry. ,
this. will strn the circulation of
i 1 I G. A. Clock electors.to he Unitoil Stales\ good I roads. Will they get
t, senator. a +it for these expenditures linked t 11l" estu 111 in which he is held, ,li, : causing the kernel to shrivel, which
Crate S. Bowen to be reproSentative of their highways are .. and the confidence whist if stacked greenwould: fill out. 1' 11I ;
} it'ill hard to
1'
fouith congreHsioial new system ? from I the vines are stacked aroundpoles ] "
in1- congress, his all sections of. Osceoli .green
'+ "district.W. If not, thenarc not thc on cross'. pieces' high: enough take notice that Occupation {
1 ] and at Hid ,election on Tuesday Please I ,
t
counties profiting by 1
t I.. Van Muter! to lie goveinor. ".. .(' 2, to succeed himself foi( from t the ground to give free circulation .
that
., to be comp\ pense ? Suppose Rome the nuts to the renter, bright!
:McCarthy
.T-'mes II. second. term is. generally (conceii
1 d, troller. of allowance How for work ...done --for he numbers his friends. b\ nuts and hay of good quality"v.l l! Licenses arc due and pnvahle on October ( ) '4
vo'vp'l. can
II. h. Ewing to bu treasurer.J. . hundreds in all sections. T..adi- ; invariably 1 lie/ "secured.' They should

i i E: Junkrn to he superintendentof satisfactorily arranged full? .. ." admire ',;111 because. of the in- not be picked' from the vines' until '\
.truction. give Flagler county and t thoroughly cured arid dry, 'remaining I. tirst.\11 openlil1gwith r .
nuhlic 1I ? ( .. he takes in their work : ) t parties ) ,
nlmminnble brickways
M. N.1'nrter. to he commissionerof ;tl effort1he has taken to provide' from four to six weeks in the stnck. I
to -
Seminole county, (

i; E.agriculture.P. Axti-ll to he justice i of thesupreme to nermit u full) share upon the; basis t ..and with to urge everything better, salaries that is so need fin See picking that machine there is and a reclenner do not on try the to cut such licenses alter that .date are indirect
apj unsatisfactory
IV cost of its
sell" dirt and! trash.
!
court. and nIl
I within Iris
\
ci be railroad c..mm is-. lines? Is I Polk county to lay power; Reduce the cost of harvesting by
t R. C. Han-d to ,''hnQ) feel) that in C. E
UI I sinner the mistake it made in ",' () ,. patrons they have a friend who Hit using. a tool of some Kind to dig violation of the haw( and will

{ I'' In compliance with Section :215 of Can Orange county or ,' to their" interests. A vote fo' with instead of pulling the vines. A

, the (;..nel al Statutes of the State of I with grace, hat t the :. . on :November': :2 will lie a fo-wa common turning plow with mold I
a 'i. Florida 1 herebv ccitify i t to you. thatthe I Ij uniloiii'teillv' !temporary iind Kit".t tep for the county and its eduealional iioard/ I or wing removed will
following iiiimed persons havebeen tWN'nOI"l"nl1 l institutions. system" in your work put cer- ,.
j,( nominated to the respective of- t-(ken at its original) co.'t -- ----- lam ones. of the hands lit stacking

fici s .set opposite tot their name by Have we the assurance to (' EXCLUSIVE NEWS IN ">"th"I" at bunching and others at are not paid during the month .

the republican party of the State of I II Melbourne: ) link as a : ,carrying to the stuck.Leaving / .
when the THE TAMPA TIMESThe .
set ? Yet surely the vines on the groundo

rf I) Flo-ida James: W. Archibald' E. M.: Hrels- Road Department acts, it ; Times is the cure will cause manker'lels tohrivel of Octt ))11t-'r. .
of marl 1 Tampa Daily on 42 61
t F. F. G.; theca faulty lengths otherwise fill out.
would
ford..llInd\ :M.Chubb. \ that publ'shehe '. -- < that
I. Smith, and! George; 1' I repaired and! "maintained" v Florida newspaper The nuts will become discolored] and, :

,? t Pope Wentworth B. C. to he presidential. elect last -while it proceeds bnckwaid with I i This. Davd exclusive; \Lawrence feature political is the letteis stand ,; he hay pru..tkllllwort hi....". 'I C. Lr HANDY} ) ,
the
work in
solid
"
wet
when vines
I i Avoid stacking! are
t V tors. for with Times readers, who are kep
4 would do nothing y
John M. Cheney to he United that I with the.lineip with dew or rain. If the cross pie'e"l
1' i Heeause we were' | hoioughly conversant Collector.
sihes. ,
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States senator. I between Cox an' "'re too near the ground! it means I ,
for the big fight
to be representative sive and forwar Crate S. Howen noldy 1
\ fIR remission, I n rtrng.
in fourth congressional go without Treat the peanut crop as well a4
congress ,
f for 1 With the full day and night reort'
I bond taxi" interminably io cotton and! to the other crop :
district.Heorge of The Associated Press, ful'nembership ;ou I
h:. Gay to l I.e governor. I "good intentions, until, ut .j' in the Newspaper Enerprise md! it will pay fully as well.Kull II I -

Wflliam M. (Jober to be attorneygeneral. ter end, many years hence, association and exclusivelublication I ) directions. on harvesting pealuts :

I cipaJ and interest are the articles of will gladly be furnished on re- i
to
rights
1 W. H. Northup to be comptroller. tireii.! while the hick that' i is ome of the best political writers in 'I' '|nest by the Information Departnn -
E. Hunt to be treasurer. to glory" on njoney / Southeastern Peanut
F. We Vmerica, The Times is a highly in A."oria-j
theirs.
'i J. ":. Jun in to he superintendentof as much ours as cresting for Flori- ion, 1S15: : Empire Building I Allnnta'i I .
the newspaper any -------- --
;( of public instruction. I IIt pion..n-th.y are in the scat 5a.; or write to your State directorif
No other daily
+ B Hull to be commissioner W! have fair promises nn. extension" work.If I 1- PArNTlftt FERTILIZER COMPANYJACKSONVILLE
;J ,l Newell I Ir I' from the .ill watch the moves and countrtoves ; F. O.
is to
r of agriculture. tax come II of the presidential campaign you have a county agent (get n FLORIDA
is not .: ,
of the fund and our millage harvest the
F. W. Marsh to be justice ouch with him. Do not
J '' Is. that ifthe I 0 closely COMPLETE FBHTILIZKRHVBRTILIZEll
increased.. and then
I supreme court Times will be sent anywhere rop in a slipshod manner .
t ment?! Certainly not. We The MATERIALS .
Pettingill to he justiceof that do not get the
N. B. K. the state from now until after thelection {omplain you SPRAT-RUM
the supreme court.Genrwe trust the legislature, say 1 market prices.S. .
David Law- top
for $1.85-R IKKECrriCIDKHPOULTBT' !
Did the
railroad! rates of the bonds. I
be
IIIATT
(7. Crom to letter and other fine features W. SVPPLiECMdse

commissioner.In compliance. with Section 215 of I tutional ture? On convention the contrary trust it the the returns are in. .43xx astern ublicity Peanut and Field Assn. Agent, South- 1 l.r!.(_< Prl.. LJ.I.. H..III. Charb.l .rl__ .Iw.?. IMM with Quilt

of the State of distinctly. beyond the power .....
i. the General l Statutes {OTHERS' CLUB NOTESOF .
Florida. I hereby certify to you that legislature to pledge the
GENERAL INTERESTThe
the following named persons have 'it. And now, a" Kipling/
I nominated to the respective" offices burned fool's bandaged ; ..1Smokeless
been
I, lunchroom for school pupils iv i
the-fire.
bye wabbling back to
to their names ;
set opposite
y- ; the socialist! party of the State of I bear m mind, it is not thin roving a /great success, and show-" and "I
n ture alone we elect to trust. hat the t measure was one that wasn
!' 'i Florida: Mrs.. I putting the authority into actual necessity. The Mothers' Black Powders I.
# Fred Cole Mrs. I.. L. Hays .
t A. E. Henri.. A. N. Jackson. I.. M. of the sons" of some of r.tf'c."lub feels proud over the fact thai .
j }, of -fullywo F
and Herman W. Pillsbury, here ;is a daily attendance Waterproof
L ; O'Kelley. bers.We of
I be presidential electors. are told-to he (' hundred and is also proud 5r
to
.i' t f.-1.fart.on. .to be United States the amount of bonds. that the fact that the service is admirably

senator issued is restricted to J 5'/5 carried on by Mrs. L. II. Inorrarrt -r

Earl Knul to 'be representative in total: tax assessment of the lid her assistant, Miss! Nellie Best

r fourth congressional dis. the; time of issue Those The qTjarters are kept scrupulouslyclean .
'I congress, watched the,, size of their and sanitary, and those patrons ;,.Ilf.iiv.; iff
,:
; occasional- ;
trlct.Pf. Whitaker-"td be nents rise of the schools who ,
FGeorge C. governor. I
,
\, MeDougal to be railroad ime.. to time at the whim of visit the premises are pleased with S St
!!: C. Jommissioners or city the general outlook. Mothers are

, commissioner.In has. urged to visit the place at frequen
t compliance with Section 215 of ver the millage :!!
the General Statutes. of the State of bearable limits and the (' intervals-and partake of some or: 1
hc'
Florida. I hereby certify to yo-j-that want funds, will not the food furnished the pupils. f I
n the bust
the following: named persons have pnotection seriously. dentally those who call at -}
\ been nominated to the respective offices Lastly and worse, we are noon hour are usually impressed a1helpers
:Morrison
set opposite to their names by I ing on a distinct -as were Mesdames and ''

the prohibition party of the State ofFlorida may suit us or not !!: Stanley", Roberta Trimble .
1,
t : : judgment.; We are turning: Cotterman, who were guests on

W. R. Bryant Charlotte R. Coffin, keys to the vault to our Wednesday. KC7 I
will Mrs. F. W. Tatum has kindly renembered A
in turn,
; R. A. McAuley, W. M. Nanney. Wesley they pass in mater
the lunchroom
the a
C. Richards and Ernest M. heIr nub-ageits,
Smith, to be presidential electors. 'department. It is a ial manner-donating forty-five glasses -
toward the menu. It is e
The board declared the pay for Mow watch politics thrive. of jelly
a
election clerks inspectors and -sheriffs :the contracts and to be regretted that Mrs. Tatum is + f111, -. ,
for the coming election should by favor. Observe the about to change her residence from

i 1)h s be as follows: the hook. Admit, if you this city to Tampa. i
Il
I I* ; precincts 5, 9, and! 10, $4 per the department is honest, Friends of the Mothers' Club ace ,
.. of Thanksgiving -
r $5 : cautions, and even-handed, reminded of the approach
per
y in yprecinctsi3 8d$6 per vain; the way these remark -at which time the club will; : '

's precinct 7, $10 for the entire job; in meant to reflect on any follow its usual custom of forward

precinct 1, $12.50 for the entire job: son or board), yet is it ing a box to the Jacksonville Or- b-
Those who have donations .
in precinct 4, $17.50 for the same. that no policy can be phaziage. may .
t i 1.o' t I County Attorney Pat Johnston ins followed or enforced so of clothing or canned goodsto 1

) board that in the ar personnel of the board send to that institution may turn 0
y arrangement so quickly and the same over tot-Mrs. S. L. Lupfer.

names of candidates for each representative I membership of the Next Friday there will be a meeting \

office should be placed has done ? of the Kissimmee women to re- ShotShellsYou

J in alphabetical order, regardless of It is not wise to bond ceive instructions as to'-Voting in the Money-Back

I party affiliations, and the same was The matter of permanent l election' on the following( Tuesday.
ordered. one of special local benefit Practice ballots will be on hand;
so
k allowed localities benefited ought to there will be inspectors and a clerk Black Shells
Two hundred dollars were money back for The We make exactly the
can get your
4r. L. H. Wilson, county demonstration tax, and suffer for their appointed from those present; booths
.: agent, for incidental expenses in takes. If we cannot will be used; and, in ail ways, pro if, for any reason at all, you don't like them. Just tame guarantee with

making arrangements for the county highways because the ceedings will be held by the womenas bring back the unused part of the box, and we will

: .. display at the state fair in Jackson counties will not do their near as possible to a real elec- the price of the GRTRIDGESrefund

,. vole.i remember it is probable tion. There will be some experienc- to you, without question, .

Upon the suggestion of the county counties that do not ed voters present to give In truc- whole box. There -is no 22 Long

I the board made a recommendation roads, do not pay their tions. All women who desire to receive of Rifle cartridge si accurate
} 5' attorney to the state comptroller automobile tax), thii will this proffered aid should at- The Black: Shells have reached so high a state d..tancufrom

;, which delinquent us so much. tend this meeting at the Chapter in in and at
that certain taxes are perfection in waterproofing, speed, power,
250 U. S.
50 yard
.' '' the The progressive counties House, which will be in session on to u
settled twenty-
'1 be without
.: live percent penalty-the attprnej gether and they are Friday, October 29, from ten in the in umlonmtyt we can make this unlimitedguarantee. 22 N. R.A. Lcn( Rifle .

showing good reasons for that step,: on even in the present morning till four in .the afternoon. ) Lc.mokCanridjtel This
J. FRIPP
and the recommendation was at one' things.It CELESTE it 50 more yard of accuracy +
do President Mothers' Club. ..
is better that we i
1 Tallahassee. :
I forwarded to SHELLS than ha hitherto

N{ ,/ Other proceedings of mentioned the board ir G. P. Concentrated ink comes in tube (ficV.BLACK been J possible with 22 .4. .

1 r '., : have these been columns.previously MAKING WOOD-TEX like drop tooth at a paste time.and is squeezed outa Smoket..1,4 Black Powder.. rim-6re ammunition.Solid I


rk ,': REPUBLICANS FORM CLUB a "Kissimmee solution of now the seems paving SAVE YOUR PEANUT CROP Try The Black Shells, if you don't know them. You can work. "ollb.pe'Dtblack bullet for target

!i' ; At the request of a number of fathers which) have for some.been time vexing: With the present rather discouraging get your pet load for every kind of shooting, in smokelcM or bullet for mall game. I
how
to know powders.
f 1 those persons wishing The Kissimmee, Valley : outlook for as high prices as Cott no more. \aiL for I
to vote correctly, permission" wan STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY New York Manafmctmr.r
last being paid for peanutsthis UNITED' circular C-93. I
tells of getting' / I year
and Alex newspaper
the hall
Akerman given to ,use chairman city of the state republican arxanged and the provision season undoubtedly the will tendency be to- Com in taut t.t m copy of The U. S. Gm Law Book.--FRLE. \
for the work. In among many growers
ti committee met a evening numbers umn money:The Gazett tells that give less care and attention to the OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO., Kusuance, Fla. W. B. MAKINSON CO., Kitsimmee, Fla.
them there last Tuesday
s+ Mr. Akerman brick are considered for I harvesting.and otherwise crop Cocoa Fla. J. 5. Stone Melbourne, Fla.
to give instructions. of at least a few blocks than they would This, S. F. Travis C. ,

) opened the meeting.a""Harding-Cooidge It was decidedto mee. The plant is now I however will be a grave mistake on W. A. Bro_ Cocoa, Fla. H. M. SaUie, Sebastian, Fla.
at once form the part of the grower, as there will Tkossat'' Fla.
numbers of these brick Gas Skarps
Fla. ,
Club." with Mrs. Akerman as permanent that unquestionable be a wider range of A. E. Mathers & Co. Eau Gallie, -
; chairman, and Katherine ple, who are pleased I between J. E. W. McC.l Vero Fla. <4
try has taken such a good prices this year than usual C..... E. Saad Fort Pierce, Fla.Gifford ere ,
secretary-treasurer. *
Derbyshire as their that orders are coming nuts of good sound quality and those Co. GiforJ, Fla. L D. Cox: Vero, Fla.
Twenty-eight immediately gave anxious to have of poor grade suitable only for oil Tradiaf
members, and others have bri.k. are and Fla. W. M. Stewart Vere, Fla.Teny' .
names as a sample of paving done purposes. A little extra care ladiaa River Naval Stores Malabar,

:, -jao-w inee Joined sixty-nine.so that Another the\; number meeting is and city is facilities likely, with to have its new{ expense; at extra harvest profit may at mean marketing a considerable Cask a: Carry Store Melboura, Fla. A. J. Byrd Ver., Fla. .\

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jt ...::?!I1J. .be held next Tuesday evening. before many months roll time. Business men as well as farmers s'r
f a-Union. L should be interested in seeingRt$4r:4mf1
;:,/ ,%' >.-Qnit.- ''year knocking. I lonville rime I

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THE "BUNCH"hVELYET'.BEAN SHIPYARD WORKER 'I Complete' Autb Show -I DO Y -
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ria* AdvuUff *f ,CK:i blar'Variefies t : rAt th"staff Fair. ilK89Yh" 'i

'I < -_ t gad N** eI''thai j DuadTMUges.. \ "GAINS '1 16' POUNDS :

.-, '" The velvet bean I is undoubtedly the : An stirs Building la Devoted to .
I
. Ii .. I most vigorous,' the best and mostwidely ,Autee.l Truoka-.aft4I-'co..Mrl. ,
: F..d"'T; Breakdown. Bat ? .
adapted legume for growing Murphy ) , .
In Florida. It thrives on almost any Says Health Was Restored By QE.-itI MATTER?

; type of soil suitable for farming and Taking Tanlac Jacksonville., In addition to the 'f

i/ is not subject -to'root-knot. In< fact, many other.features which''' will char We You Feel Oat of Sorb ,aid See:
its* extreme rankness of growth acterise the State Fair to I e .
Florida
"Tanlae has done for than '
for'certain more me 'TUaff with a Dull.Eye
renders it objectionable I thought medicine could possibly do Jacksonville, Nor, 18-87, the people of "

to'purposes.be well This suited bean for would growing appear in for it has built me up sixteen pounds Horlda ,will have an opportunity to LOOK '''TO BLOOD
/ In' weight and put me in fine shape view an automobile show equal to "
'J
and orchards as a cover crop ; : :
groves said Tim who is Pale Complexion Languid Feeling
and soil improver, but for its habitof again, Murphy, the best exclusive auto show*-In the ,
climbing the trees, tending to employed at Daniel's shipyards, and pougtq.Latest. Lowered Vitality, Need More .Red ,t
choke and shade them. It might also living Florida.at Seminole .Heights, 'Tampa: models of can of all makes Blood. Take pto-M&D'u 1'

__ be successfully grown as a hay. will be on display and will. be demon- /
"For. than two before
crop if it were not for its heavy more years tartexl by. expert familiar 'with their So many people spend week after
!'tangling growth which makes it very I I I took Tanlac I was troubled with in; : Construction, manipulation and car. week feeling down and tfut. They p
and stomach in
digestion, my was never stop to think that nothing
difficult/ to handle. 'It heavy, matting
fro who who
condition times anyone owns a car or
such bad that
of vines also renders it dif- many really is the matter. They satisfy
i iI growth ,
l Now to Satisfy ficult to plow under when used as a I[ would have to leave my meals un contemplates owning one, this abow Ist themselves by saying, "Oh, I'm not s
It also inter- touched. If I ate anything except >f vital Importance. Here you will sick. 1'1be\ all right tomorrow."

I Jack Frost Appetites! fen green with manure tle'gathering crop. : of the beans the very lightest of food I would, have before you all competing makes.\I And tomorrow comes again and I

1 when this practice is followed. have a heavy, depressed feeling in You will\ be able to get the data on again. Still they feel depressed and :i

Those who have witnessed the my stomach, my .heart would palpitate one and befdre that Is forgotten, you'' languid, scarcely able to get around.
the right Cooking Utensils terribly, and I would have awful ,, If don't feel like yourself
HERE are phenomenal increase in the acreage can post yourself on another. You will you you
attacks of shortness of breath.
I the big bountiful, appetizing, devoted to the velvet bean crop in thus be able to more accurately com- I! are not yourself. If you are weak and l
such bad
1 My nerves were in shapethat '
the South during the few pale, your blood needs strengthening. -
past years pare the two as regards your particular
nourishing meals that everybody wantsin and who have been familiar with the least little excitement would needs. I I You should know about Pepto-

its .merits and demerits. will upset me, and thought I was goingto Mangan, that famous blood tonic.
cold weather.We both have a complete breakdown. I In this. building will also be shown
recommend it and
realize the importance of the discov- Physicians pro
have every pan, dish, pot, skillet or ery of a variety that does not vine. tried so many medicines without any many models of commercial trucks scribe it because it contains just the
need for everything This bean, which appeared in Georgia relief that I had just about !given many of which are particularly designed ingredients needed to make red

other utensil you three or four year ago, Is of the up all hope of ever finding anythingthat ; for use on farms. These are all blood. It renews your energy, puts

t that mother used to make. true bush type, and /phows less ten would help me. sites and of varying types" Now is you where you ought to be. Begin
dency to vine thton do such other "Well, I started\ 'taking Tanlac on the time to get all possible Informa- with it today. Get the tablets If.
Come.in today and pick out the practical the advice of friend, and the I,
a .way
varieties of cowpeas as Wonderful or tion on the Important question of truck they will be more convenient to. take
sensible want. All forage the medicine fixed me up was nothing than the liquid. Both have the
things you specially Brabham, says J. B. Thompson, have transportation question which la same
marvelous.
less than I
0 crop specialist of the Florida / destined to be much discussed In the mediomal properties. But be sure
r
displayed.THE taken five bottles have splendid
Experiment Station. now, a near future. you get\ the genuine PeptoMangan.Ask .
This bean was first grown at the appetite, and my stomach seemsto for "Gude's" and be sure that
be in condition, for it The accessory section In this build-
perfect
HARDWARE COMPANY
OSCEOLA Florida Experiment Station duringthe the full name, "Gude's Pepto-Man
never troubles me a bit. I'm no longer Ing Is highly Interesting to the up-to- "
season of 1919 from seed received gan, I is on the package.-(Adv.)
K1SSIMMEE, FLA. through: the courtesy of Mr. AlfR. worried with palpitation or short date motorist. I
NellRon of West Palm Beach, who ness of breath and niv nerves are as Unless you visit this show, you can +

STOREd obtained a small quantity of the seed steady as steel. Why I'm simply not say that you are up to the minute P. 0. BOX 135 P. 0. BOX 135
fine and I don't hesitate to
THE WfNCHES"l from a party in Georgia. The 1919 feeling: on motor cars and their equipment.
'' planting was small, constituting: onlya give Tanlac credit for what it's done '
1 ;
r done for me. _.
few plants. A little more than an
acre was planted and is growing Tanlac is gold in Kissimmee by J'I Fair Visitors Will 0. SIMPKINS
e7. Roberson and Central Drug Store .
- ---- ---- - .
this .
aeanon.Seed of the "bunch" velvet bean and in St. Cloud by the St. Cloud Find Bigger and

was*available on the market in lim- Pharmacy.. Better InstitutionNew TAILOR- and -HATTER

1 ited quantities during: the past -

spring( and will probably be possibleto PEANUT HARVESTING
obtain it in quantity for next Phone, Manhattan Hotel.
Nature MACHINERYPeanut Buildings Being Erected, and

year. Plans Made for Better Groupingof Kissimmee, Fla. ,1\
harvesting or
Con Mi pat ion. growers are Exhibits Nov. 18 to 27. ,
making: preparation for harvesting: -
Most laxatives and cathartics afford ,their crops. Certain machinery can 1

Responds Ekz.tdl only temporary relief and I he profitably used. for these purposesin Jacksonville.-When the throngs begin Hall J clean-Hats I block. 'rlMy
should be used only for that purpose. order to .save man labor and to do !
.. When ydu want permanent relief I the work better. to stream through the gates of work is solid as a rock. ;y

of M1ty -tenter. take Chamberlain's Tablets and be I A. P. Spencer, vice-director of agricultural the Florida State Fair here-November For first class service I hold the key ;'+;:

I careful to observe the directions with extension. states. that Homo 18 to 27-they will find a bigger
; Nature is on .....,"c c-.ny- each package. These tablets not on- kind of plow or digger should be usedto and better institution from every an And all .my work i ip guaranteed. :\\i iI

w.ae. r. p. ly move the bowels but improve the turn up theUtll, especially. on gle. Even at this early date workmenare I have a "rep"as the "real" hat man, ,
appetite and strengthen the diges heavy soils. Most farmers use a busy preparing buildings and .t
( sideevery tion. I am known to please if I can. !
your .A Foop turning plow for this purpose, running grounds for the reception of the exhibits you r.,

w '- .z.: ."'::":.:::::. .._ The U. S. Department) of Agriculture the nuts.it just The deep mold enough hoard to pick shouldbe ut and later the crowds. And so long as I wear my own pants t tI

time .-.. c oNOMY -r warns housewives against the taken off to keep the dirt from I I Among the new bulldlnga Is an additional I intend to allow everybody a chance. ,",

::.::-t..:. : ::-.= ... ;. Ufcf running any compound preservative in home powder canning or being thrown on the vines. l Diggerit and This mammoth fair' feature lire Is making stock My tailoring is A number one !'
buildng.
similar to potato diggers have been
I you eat :.:z:::::. ::: ' Their uncleanly use encourages work, and Careless in large and used on heavy soils. to advantage tremendous forward strides and it Its unexcelled beneath the sun.. e I I ,

The Spanish variety can bo pulled up was imperative the fair management
serious effectipnn -
amounts they have Suits I order, will please you most.I ::
in loose soils but when the soil !it
; is. make provisions to accommodate the
digestion and health. It entirely I
practicable to put up fruits heavy too many are lost. ever Increasing number of exhibits. can almost fit your ghost j j
Nuts left in the ground by diggers:
and vegetables so that they :';ill Last year it was necessary to turn die for true
Since wants to
lire not wasted! provided hogs are no one
keep indefinitely by processing the down many car loads of cattle and
GrapeNuts products with heat. There is no reason given: After the the run vines of the have field.been loosened wine because! of lack of apace to Let me do your dyeing for you.: ,tI .

powedrs.for risk Its by use the is use a violation of canning of from the soil they are gathered up properly' house them. As It was, I dye to live. I live to dye. l .

acid by. {forks and sand shaken off, and many swine and cattle had to be '
the food law. Boric or salicylic work is known satisfy
My to !
For this sturdy blend wheat and the basis of most canning compounds thrown into heaps as soon as they placed In tents.Landscape "
on the market today. are dried. The vines should bt gardeners are also at Pressing-Cleaning-Altering, too, Y
malted barley supplies body and stacked around poles in the field, especially .
work at the fair grounds and from an old clothes look like new. riI'
brain with, just the elements oF Ease the pain of 'a rheumatic, attack if they are to be picked by artistic viewpoint the fair will eeeily Making
machinery. should be thoroughly -
They
bv a rubbing application of I have cigarettes, cigars and tobacco
: exposition of the
demandsFor will eclipse the past ,
nutrition that, Nature Ballard's Snow Liniment. It relieves dried before stacking, or they
be Innovations this '
will
mold. There many too '
.
,
and the '
teirderneBs strengthens: i '
/
health and vigor* ,joints. Three sixes: SOc, 60c and Peanut pickers. are_ in general use year In grouping the exhibit with a Tobacto to "smoke and t tobacco to
$1.20 bottle. Sold by Roberson's throughout the peanut section' Thereare view of showing them .to the best possible
Grape zNutS is a Sugar Saver"TJiere's Pharmacy.per *. two or three makes, all of which 'adv nta e. chew.1
work with fair of 8atisfat ('
degree -
-- These a machines/ will pick from In practically! every department ad Second hand clothes and shoes I buy. :
Reason"Made The American Forestry Association dltlonal will be provided for the
a I spare :
7 Washington, I D. C., has issued! 120 to 40 bushels per hour dependingupon exhibitors. Sell them: too and that's no
a bulletin] entitled "The TreeTheMemorial I the crop. A good picker should
Tree Lives" by Charles L. I separate the pops. Agitation siftsout The best chewing gum you

"by Postum. Cereal Co.Inc.,Battle Creelc.Mich.: I'e<'k. It tells how to select tree's i I the clean sands from The the vines, pro.dUl'intr DO YOU KNOW the stat 'Fair offers chew, ; ;
] hay vines ar"
how to wcure them, prepare them this year a total I of approximately, '30.000In
plant] :and care for tHem. This bulletin shredded by the picker, which makes cash premiums? I've got that gum to sell to 1
{ be had for the asking. As the hay much better for stock.In "
can sections where peanuts are a DO YOU KNOW the State Fair la I Quick lunch I -serve, so if you
an asset to any piece of property a Florida Asset.
- --- commercial buyers have found! place."i
-
crop
-- tree or trees canot be over estimated. to eat,
i that it pays them to give: a better DO YOU 1 1 factoriesin comfort
A clear! colorless liquid that will There are nearly 200 toy Trees spread beauty and over price for machine-picked nuts than Florida' resource all over the Walk in my place and take a
heal wounds, cuts, sores and galls is the United States.RubMyTism any home.Mel'C'hants world?
for those picked! by hand., shined bet
the latest and best production of Shoes too you

medical science. Ask for Liquid is a powerful anti in Poland accept pota- To remove bilious impurities in the DO YOU Florida KNOW at the you State can Fair learn a lotabout' My place is the place to get :::
Borozone, it is a marvel i I. flesh- ; it kilts\ the poison caused from toes as currency because their value system and be made internally clean
healing remedies. Price, 30c, 60 and infected\ cuts, cures old sores tetter, does not change, as docs. that of and healthy you need the fine tonic DO YOU KNOW the Florida Stale Florida Fair To be a winner in life's hard'
I le a Florida Institution for all
Sold Roherson's Pharmacy. etc. adv. money.
$1.20. by .: .. and laxative properties of Herbine
. .. Don't fail to patronize my
-'-- ---'-- - --- - -- --- --- ,
- It acts quickly and thoroughly: price DO YOU KNOW the county exhibitsat <
the State Fair' will tell you more /j
f c. Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy.
about Florida than a trip through the -
RIn state

FLORIDA'S FAVORITE PAPER DO YOU KNOW,,-you can ... aeroplaneatunta
WHILE THIS STOCK LASTSSpecial
Tribune is at the State Fair that will make
The Tampa Morning: your hair curl To abort a cold Wand
V evei. lastingly fighting: for the interests
-of the people and the develop DO YOU KNOW the Florida State Fair
I ment of this section, and no one who li only three years old, but oaks a prevent complications *- k
better showing.of county exhibits than
has the welfare of South Florida at '
older falraTDO '
many
heart can afford not to be a constan' takeThe
Prices Tires reader! of The Tribune. It is Flor- YOU KNOW 128.000 people visited
the State Fair lat y.arf
on ida's great metropolitan paper, carrying
the full night and day reportof DO YOU KNOW the 1t2O State Fair li
The Associated Press with intelligent to be held, In Jacksonville. Nov, 1S-27T

i / correspondents In every nook DO YOU KNOW the. State Fair le the
and corner in its territory. Its bir{ beet alngle publicity m.dlum Florida hail

Sunday edition has the most complete .
"'>G YOU KNOW the Florida State Fall.
comic and section
I magazine ,
Is vlalted every year by vie tore from
6,000, MILE GUARANTEE STANDARD MADE printed in the State, and the subscription every State) In the country? I
rates are only $8.00 per
DO YOU KNOW the State Fair la I
annum; $4.00 per six months and tlm.-keeper of Florida's! progress?

30x3 R. D. Clincher--_--____--____--_--__-_____--__ _$12.40 sample$2.00 for copy three and months.subscribe Write today. for 43: DO YOU KNOW... State Fair helpi, ,

30x3/2!! N. S. Clincher________-__--_____________--___ 17.65 you know Florida? a

1- 31x4 N. S.. Clincher_--_'____--___________________--_ 24.30. I WINTER EGGS"The cludee DO YOU a complete KNOW automobile the State ehowT Fair In.

\, 32x3/2! N. S. Straight Side_____________________--_____ 21.85 I
DO YOU KNOW the State Fair groundiare
32x4 ? ? ? ? ___ 28.30 first winter I used Dr. Le- being enlarged this y..rf purified and (.eC"med'calomel t;,
?------------------------
.. Gttar's Poultry Prescription, it mademe tablet that
33x4 ? ________________________. 29.45' a lot of money. I have 61 hens DO YOU KNOW the State Fair la e are
livestock In Florida
potent force for better nau.ealeaa.Ee and
34x4 .. ____________________________ 30.50 and sold in January ,$44 00 worth of ? sure.
.. .. .. eggs besides what we used our-
32x4i233x412 2 _____ _______ ___ -_ 36.25 M'lves-C. D. McCormick, Irimo, DO YOU KNOW the State Fair la s Medicinal virtue retained u:
.. .. clearing house of general Informatiorabout
.
and Sold
?
38.8-::J. Idaho. Florida? .4
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.. .. I A hen can't moult and lay at the only in packag
34x4!i/2 ? ? ____________________________ 40.25>> I same time. Poultry Raisers who g:<"t DO YOU KNOW you can get reducei Price 5c.
.. rates to the State Fair this year? tl
35x42! _______________________-____ 42.25 I'an abundance of eggs: use Dr. !,<>.1.1I
fJear's; Poultry Prescription, which DO YOU KNOW the Florida State Fall '
37x5 :: :: :: _______ ____1__n______L_____ 48.25: ,- !"I l pulls hens! through the moult in short ,la YOUR FalrTJacksonville .. r

Jx5 ________ _______ ______ _______ 40.75: I i order, tones up the system and stimulates j
,. the egg-producing Fla.-An Important an<
36x4i/2! ". ____________________________ 42.80 without injury. If you want organ eggs growing adjunct to the more than i Dollar

this winter when eggs mean money, ) Million Dollar Live Stock Show, wblcl Day *
I get Dr. LeGear'g Poultry Prescription will be one of the chief attractions a> '
I
We have only a Limited Stock at this price. Above prices I from your dealer right today. the Florida State Fair and Expoellloc

I Dr. LeGear is America's foremost here november 18 to 27, will be an exhibit d
4 quoted, will apply only to stock on hand Expert Poultry Breeder and Veter of the calf club classes. Man)

inarian. For any ailment whatsoever people of the state are Interested OCTOBER 3 O.
young
poultry or stock get his '
LUPFER & PRATHER GARAGE i among your In this laudable work, and the indications
remedies from your dealer. Thev
are It will soo_ assume ai
I dealer will
must satisfy or
: you, your ;
.' refund your honey.1 Important and far reaching I Come toL tniinu1eoA"r" >! r y


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IL .'H THE KISSIMMEE'VALLEY .GAZETTE, FRIDAY: OCTOBER U. 1920 j .' .

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F r LETTER WENT ASTRAY .r .PItI :E. POULTRY' ,I! THIS IS TODAY ' "

r ( AND FELL INTO HANDS I It is to '.uchiThe I printer goe. Eatablithfd:J 906"
BETTERTHAN OF A WHITE WOMAI AT STATE FAIR into the cigar store, lay down 15 I

.. ,. cents for a 5-cent cigar and smiles; CO.
----- &
i' he gee to the boot shop ''and gives up] J. SCHNARR. .
-
WHISKEY FOR The following article from th< Path r. Charlotte, N. C.. Observer-will throw At state Fair ThU Y..r buck kicks and rejoices with the ORLANDO FLORIDA "
W tight upon the aspirations of the col storeman over his prosperity; to .the . .. .
COLDS .AND FLU ored i element of the Republican par druggist he'hands a dollar for i a and Spraying
+
ty. Similar literature has been ladillOnY1IJoR.-TII- varlo.s bottle of physic that Tie formerly; Specialists Sprays. Sprayers '
distributed" in Orange I bought for 35 cents and makes good
quietly been kinds of chlckenn, as most ot IM kaowat II
.
I by adding 50 cents to the outlay a:.sI '
county. .
Elixir If you .
Called 1tN.I'MT-but
'' Aspiron
]MItt
New -- by of
The letter reads: payment for 25 rents' worth of chocolates Manufacturer: :
I al. Medicated With .Lates The Stanley News-Herald, published want to make tM acquaintance of the I to make the physic a necessity .

Scientific Remedies Used at Albemarle, this week I'f-L bJuebloodx, vUU lire poultry I ; he pays the grocer and the butcher I' SCHNARRS SPRAY FORMULA kr. v
1; prints a letter which won addressei building at th State FU4r, Nor. 19S7.IViuHry .i two prices and registers approbation '
l And Endorsed by Euro by mistake to. a white woman of breeders from all parts of.' ; he gives the banker 8 per ('ent and SCALE INSECTS

and American Army] that town. and which may best be \>;.f State have already made applies.'I for 4. per cent money and recognize'that '; for WHITE FLY '\
pean I understood 1 hy being! presented in, it lon for entry, and It begins to look in unnatural times one must expect substitutes see that ),
Surgeons to Cut Short a '('ntlr'ty-hnr'rln thp rapwal letter SM though: even the "Slandlag Room unnatural charges; he pays thjrarapeinan <' To avoid barrel

Cold and Prevent Compli that are strung through it, The doe Onty" sign would: have to b*. takes the picture show man, SCHNAKKS appears on every j.Order \j.,
the dairyman, and the railroad theiiincreased
ument reads: '
Is one I
cations. Dear Voters : down. The poultry Industry naurflr rates without a kick, but direct or from, our Winter haven Branch, or through any
atUnhxrt
-- "The JlJI th Amendment to the Onstitutinn 'of more itnoorlanoe tea- when ...ny'of these! intelligent an
Every Druggist in U. S. Instructed of the llnitwr) States!' give''< progressive business mon desire a of the f follu\\inlt; : -

to Refund Price< all women the Tight o( the ballot re- I I handful of letter heals they are For! Myers Warehouse, For Myers Gulf Fertilizer( Co., Tamrpa ,:
KarcllosR'of color] ', and we- lag( all the I shocked at the continual upward
While You Wait at Count l coloicclomtn of :North Cniolinn to I trend in the pruos of pimling. W' E. O. Painler( Fertilizer( Co., Jacksonville j

and vote November: 2nd, I might offer these gentlemen a number .
on
er if Relief Does.Not Come register 19 JO. I I of valid reasons for higher Or through ".MM.;.i.tlu.ns iiftilmtcd with llie1 1 loruli C'nni-. )'::xd.'gr. eomincrt :i9!

Minutes. hag come addition to th' ilirouirliciut; I her ntnisei.,tie>n-. eif the. SutrWrite : t
Within Two I The time for in-cfioi- I r ,. printing: costs in nl, i.i.ririmeliiirrcluinti. f.rnrrtlh: r j
Now i is-!' the chance to redeem our lib tk ones that they already! know to be ,{
I legitimate, but lo not think it nee us for copy of Schnarra Spray Book, '
,Immediate< ertv.
Delightful Taste, "We h nc- \been driven long enough, essary to go into our hu..;ness details Schn.ri Spr ye r Catalog and Complete Price List "'.

Relief, Quick Warm-Up. "Apply to the registrar In your I to them any hare than we expect "

--- pipcinc't anal l ic'irnler, I them to lo for u1, Howeverwe Infoinm'lun in rricttrd I" "
Tinsiniiutiuu of the year in On'. "Thp !rooks for registration open r will say to them that the day :Slate V.r.\ou\.Ou r..nt..lof i
drug trade! in Axpnonal, Ihs two on September .lOt( h, and if you art +' r ( when the country printer owed everyone N I A G A RA CITRUS INSEC'TSSHERWINWILLiAMS
,
and c""gh.r'I'r; nitbontatnolv to Republican the and was H..luul. f"bu.Am! "iml
mintitc cold I refused! !, just! iro at once a a in community AND DISEASES:
fruai' intc" ,i <.1 l liv Ilio 1.ilic.ru lawyer and stall pri>cecdmIB c 4rsk dependent! upon their charity for Ins I'
tor Hi. 1"1111.1.( I ui'l ("'\.ewl and, inosenthusiaicticnllv the Uiiitcvl Stales ,oouits don't !port--thE' day when he walked ]Ii yl.lnel lv, !I".r ohctrf j y i'I.nM
4 cinloiseil by tlu I high,. waste time with StatP rourtsthe trty leer in fear of his! banker and approachedhis !
rut author. "r., mil ].r..lai".1 1 1 ,In, State courts are controlled liy )Porno I n !' grocer in confusion-!! with all aa-m..--- ---
$ 'the commit 1"1'1.| ni ten turns; nR ('rill.*. offices of any consequence\ a thing
I quick and clertitin: ,"liMIt.v, roe-1 "Don't, lie- afraid there are plenty .. of the post To 1 be a suitessfulnewspaper M-:-: :_:_x_:"} :-'r:-v'-.'4d G:_t--:-XOsceola:-M-ti",Y<--X----->-:-XI -': rr :-:-:-? :} :..:}.:.S :-: .:-:.
and nee. or ui\ mlti,'r coH I and,I .mg,,; of white Ih'puhli"lIns that will h..I"1 --- man rt'1u l'l'tI nearly as ,
j remelr I 1 hha'' .' CM t'r 1iu..cl. urn to It. It 1 ie mtinuUed that 681 much talent as it takes to successfully I
All drillOiCS JIM'' gnu H.4pli<', ;'The Democrats! are divided over million, h>-Md were rained In 191S and manage a !soda' fountain and County
With the unlit;?'rf.il in".\' Cli'::ir. Nil all the ieMilu.ition act mid the (;iovein, I Ior' considcmbly more In 1J19. Flr urlnll should be worthy of as much remuneration ,

Ii yon have to ,1.. to | .it.. ri1 I of tli, t call! : I light! | in the first, inini.uv 'rhon- tli* normal tnnrpa for 1920 the pro as is expected by the proprietor I I
Il, to step ill'" II...' in I'ist .iliu ; more. inns of |renioerntq. will, stay at home dilution tea (tnis \ ear should run veil of a pool palace In additionto
band tiniprll half i ,1n1Ltt: 1 for .ii lio'tli! and 'thousands of i this sful man TaxNotice
next \o\cmher mArk. Steno a sucM" newspaper
of AI-PIKHII! rind,I till) hen" 'to M r vi, i, I (d.iidiur(; and rape Dcinocrat1) will over the yOC' nillkm must have sufficient litc'rarability I It

'two' ,ton..,.pooiituls. w,lUi Emir tl.ispinn i | role the Republic' ticket! rhkiktnn1 Lo correct the ipv of men who gash i
ful 01( w-iti ill .,1t'1,,ISH. With, "'ii' I "'V.- areure of apturmgr tin I And those I figure represent nouiemrvaiy commercial puntingo as to makeit J
watch 111 tour IIIIH], Like: I the iliinli Slate this lime if only the colored 10Thf' average farm w. oinau intelligent in its construttion He g
at one snnlloW and fall (fir yunr, inoii"V women will do their rlutv-r<'tritei, run ,...tt1! very little expen make must work more houis than any \ !
back in two minutes,, if MHI. i :inm.i while of :North from heir chicJtnni by boy aU business in 1
The women
and \ote enough" nt her business man in the ..
i feel vour cold 1 G"i,Innnn"; :,.\' !lilt, .11. ilr ',nn while they Notice is ) given that
t arolm] will not \'otW'and her croci!e* aad rover olber household the village) and he must pay his employees t hereby j
within the tune limit l Don't. h l Ii ish, ,'deep let the negro be up and dninir !' exlenw,,, .s, mhile as a back )ard hifrhet! wages than noth-

fill, ,for all ilriiKgi'" it. KerhoilJo iii\ iii \, of, 'i iiinl!. "When we 'jret our pn 11 y' in power L.. c L bulwark for the city dweller "r ( onuneit'iiil-t enterprise in the tax books of Osceola County will be I Iop

eipe-ct it.When. Jon to try ayerem demand) what we nigh andiret : they, wee bT no means to be dn..prsed_ mare e and th.'.,- see but few of the i
fug hold the lialince of it costs to have
more
it. We why
pow.1 reasons
,
M->nrol adlunced of
Ohio New done days of State
., in lllirtois, Indiana. printing < in these n for collection ;
of tin- bottlehomo good
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lievcdIke l th r mcindi! anti New .IerseWe arc sure ofleytinif teen found advisable to tow 1 costs of everything than it ,
I II
to. \oiir wife, mil'lrabies. for one- seed. find.. In raising: cattle bent result selling for
Republican pic-sulent In! when shoes were
) IB bj fnr the safest, and l mONtl1c..ff'f' I ([ I a I stock I for the I l)20 on November -
Apiroiia wantthats from bred "lIor -
who will give us what we are obtained pure ,i3:U.O. wheat for I hkents and ty taxes ti ,
the easient 'to take and rhomost I, .|Utic i 'c but jt'we? clon"t elect a Republican )lust a.' Important 1 t. It In poultry .hoi" at 4; tents per pound. The I
a roonhlo) cold 1 iml rough rrmcdyfor Concrrc-ss his hands, will J lie raising to secure the best bred fowls fact that I we dare not write. and publish first. I ready to furnish ii
infants and cbi1dren.Ad) I in am now
hero
tied. and we have the chance for your flock these bulbs is proof positivehat
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North Carolina] to elect a Republican The p-txe Inning birds at the State : in some offices at least fear and l In't
I Senate over half of the ("onirrc-i-s- F"ar will make -pur*-bred" enthus rimblinir have l been superseded by i estimates of these taxes. '
''men. that knowledge of actual value which'
With colored women toting we taaU.r anyone at all interested In makes for commeicia\\ und l mtellec i iI
(ran control the eastern countiand' I pmltryIbe feathered kind. ual! independence t writing for same please furnish complete

t .he industrial ,counties of the t we"t I, It is to laugh'!-Clay Center ( Neb. ) _

such as Porsjth, Gillford; Rowan. Sun. of .
a\iclson[ (Cabaru, Stanley aston; U. S. Government legal description your prop41

tr Mecklenburfi Sends Big ExhibitTo I Only a Cold. X
w "All of the white cotton mill oper- ? erts and enclose stamped envelope 1::
itives of the Stat are going to vote the State FairAll Are you ill is often answeied : ,
I '.he Republican ticket this time 'Ohit's only a cold," as if a told f it

While the Democrats are
) -1 > time.. Bureaus of the Dept. of Agriculture but people are beginning to learn
.
1 y women"Or2'nnizl'gpt and men to white help Republican'ou. They Represented that.0 be a trifled common with cold, that is a some matter of not the : will be allowed on all taxes paid \

about it"Hac host I i- Mil if you keep quiet
: your meetings at niRht 1.cllllOnyl1-Tbe Department ..tAgriculture i (, As soon as the first Chamberlain'sCough indicationf during the month of November.
thousands of voters on > a cold appeals take
h i an' When we get Is tnla year sending some
the
thp registration bookc. the white and Re-the very< fine exhibits: to the Florida State ? Remedy.get rid Remember of your that cold the C. L. BANDY .
LETTER Carolina sooner
North you
AN IMPORTANT publicans of .
NTT. 18 27. Tba8 I
South> will be glad to do as ,their Fair In Jacksonville! 'ess the danger and this remedy will 42.Ot . Iii

CoLUMBUS ..-Doctol' Pierce' white brothers and sisters of the displays arc educational Interesting yelp' you to throw it off. ;
Golden Medical Discovery is''cer- >North and West! -recognize us a9 and are of value not only to the farmer I < MI u ii ii I of* smallisphaft Collector..

tsJnly a grand medicine for stomach heir political equals. We are being and U kmaA. but to everyone. A cypress, tree in ,southern dug out California a ,
trouble. I have suffered greatly asked now, but you know it is best since all are inte 'ested.In Increased pit
relic of the ii 1
Y all my life with disordered stomach for them to keep under cover for food production better food and lower I glacial tas been identified. as a
My food seemed to set BO heavy, while yet."Republicans. prices for food.. age ,
DO matter what I ate. I have taken have plenty of mony Th Government exhibits illustrate '
many of the medicines advertisedfor and you can get it to organize U activities) of the various bureau .
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'" this trouble but none of them has and prosecute Democratic Registrars! of the department In bettering agricultural -i,
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of Elections if they reuse -
ever come up to 'Golden Medical and Judges to register colored women and conditions throughout the ;

.. ,' Discovery' for giving prompt and lolate. the 19th Amendment of the I country The several phases f* 'he ..
I' relief. Whenever I have a .. ., ... '
lasting ("on t titution of our glorious United "f. -- : The Doc said5050.
d headache I
sluggish liver with sick- States."Keep. i
,. and constipation I have found that this s..cret-don't let it get ;
.
\ Dr. Pierce s Pleasant Pellets are a into the hands of Democrats. .t ,. "J ..
.: wry efficient remedy. They do not "Yours for negro liberty ". .. J

gripe or cause any other distressing "Colored Women's Rights Asso- ,,.. .1.f. "a'' on Thai 2020
condition such as a great many pill iation for Colored Women rJ'J. .
F KJMBROUGH 3503 -- ., t
do.-Mns. LAURA ,
w'i
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EarleneA "!' .." ... i
I t : venue. Finds Unexpected Sometimes ,, .. r. I MADE a date. ON THE eytcht card.
i r ., T Few families have not at sometime J. 11 . 1 .J
t' this Golden ..lSa' .
or other used WITH THE Insurance Doctor. AND THEN wrote down. 3 I
i + .. Medical Discovery. Over twenty- Happens"I "" .-.,*,, ....>o-W.' .".>>. \- \ 1" ; 1
r four million bottles have been sold HE- poked- me.TWENTYTWENTY.. d
FIRST \ ;
1 r in this country have suffered 10 years ,from Department's work will Include displays .

; Send lOc to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' tomach trouble and doctered away by the Bureaus of Animal Indus THEN TICKLED m",rtb.. THAT MEANS your ere*. j
Hotel in Buffalo N. Y.. for trial a i lot of money before 1 found a medic try Chemistry Soils Entomology .
''i package of the tablet*. ne that was a real benefit to me. Crop Estimates! Public Roads, 'Markets HAD MB coigb ARE SATISFACTORY." "

Since taking one dose of Mayr'sWonderful the Weather Bureau Federal . . ,
1
Remedy 14 weeks ago, Horticultural Board, Biological Survey
ill SEns have had more joy of living; than I I AND BREATHE and blow. AND I laughed and said
and Forest Service. The material
had 10 before." ft is a . . .
Plant Martin's Ily-Test Seed for I simple in harmless years preparation that shown by. these bureaus will relateparticularly THEN HE listened In. "1 CAN always see.TWENTY.TWENTY..

rood results. removes the catarrhal mucus! from to conditions existing In . .
Garden A Field seed for Fall Plant the inflammation this State.A .
and
; the intestinal tract allays WITH HIS llttl trumpet. Doe -
{ e ing. which causes practicallyall thorough study of the entire Government . .
Seed Oats-Rye-Barley-Rape. stomach liver an dmtestlnal ailments exhibit will be of the greatest l. ,
Turnips Cabbage Eggplant AND MADE me rma. MY CIGARETTE& -
New Crop Pepper, Beans. including appendicitis. One value to anyone owning or who . . .;
r ,t dose will convince or money refunded. contemplate owning land in Florida. '
Potatoes and Onion Sets RIGHT IN one spot. TWENTY -
Peas, COST cent*
Largest and oldest e established seed J. Z. Roberson and dna-gist.| A few h< ura apent In the Government I

7 house in the State. everywhere. exhibits at the State Fair will FOR FIVE minat a FOR TWENTY smote
?, if ;i Send for Fall catalog and Seed give the visitor morervaluable information '
peoUL COLORED BOYS than be could In other
AND get any THEN LISTENED some more. YOU BET TOOT life.
E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. GIRLS TO EXHIBIT way.: It Is all assembled here for him .. -

JacbenIDe, t : I FloriJi SWINE AND POULTRY and the exhibits: are In charge of h AND FIRST la ODe .r*. THEY SATISFY too." .1

.- corp of highly trained specialists who . .

prog..... of New Work Among The.. are glad to explain any feature and AND THEN In the of .sr. .

SQUEEZELtTO o Young. People Will b. Shown to furnish literature on any. subject IT doesn't take -20-20" .".* to '
covered the
at Stata Fair by Department. HE PLANTED. thumb.>> "see" the real sloe in Cheater.
These exhibits alone are worth the field's exclusive blend of fine Turkish -
4 DEATH Jacksonville price of admission to the Fair Grounds and Domestic tobaccos. Your
> new feature of the AND MADE me read.
but tells that their
colored exhibit at the Florida State C you quality
DEVELOPMENT OF M genuine -that the blend t* different
: When the body begin to stiSenmod Fair her this year-November 19 to THE RUSSIAN prayer. -that "- Chesterfield do
movement becomes painful it *'-W'U be a demonstration of th. DAIRYING SHOWN IN "satufy."

t indication that the Farm and Home Makers' Club. STATE FAIR EXHIBITS
to usually an ,
of order. Keepthese This work is being conducted ra -
kidneys are oat
T healthy by taking Florida under direction of the Co-Op- Jacksonville.-The dairy cattle see
') organs era tire Extension work In Agricultural lion at the State Fair, Not 18-27, will

COLD, vaEDALLok and Home Economics of the Unl furnish a graphic demon tratlon ol

i verslty of Plolda.. the possibilities of this (important in .
The work I. being supervised by A dustry In Florida, The development 1 t

: A. Turner, ]local district agent In of dairying on a large scale in Florid. I It. '

Charge of agriculture and M. B WashIngton Is being talked persistently. of I.te' ,

) word Standard rM edy far kl n.,.. assistant home demonstration and Its importance is becoming man

v) Tb laver bladder end uric add-...troublesJII'IdDoae.nee agent In charge of home economics and more real bed. 7jq C IGARE T T E-S
and
1694. T.k'v.gut.rly The FaIr association I is offering Seeing Is believing and bens

;c ....P in b..lth.o tbrM area all splendid pulses for the beat sow and those who are In doubt, or who feel .

4ra> lelB.raoaiamsd as res--otec1. boar in the Home Makers Pig Club, themselves not full,- advtaed on the 4 > U-.e
r A .. ....... tees kw
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duet tea. .- best trio of Barred Rock subject will! be able to post them "
,I. ... ____ .......... ana for the .I'I .
and beet trio of Rhode laland Red. In lver by visiting the State !safer I

'" the' Home Makers' Poultry Club dairy &.bow.i I i if
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COMMENT- has just severed hit'' connection with BACKYARD FLOCK CONVERTS }

STATE PRESS, the 'Palm Beach Post" -for which he TABLE -SCRAPS INTO EGGS ''
was working and "has !tone to Kis-
simmee. Mr. Thorndyke.cam from household;; no matter how
UPON GAZETTE CHANGEC'AlaIT Colorado to Palm Beach and -in addition economic the housewife, there Is a a
i to ,editing, the paper has conducted certain amount of table scraps and '
several departments, the last kitchen waste which has feeding value We Got 'Em
ltulates G r.tte of which was Last ,Night's Thoughts, I but which, If'not ted finds Its ve.
1s I We congratulate The Kissimmee His. absolute fearlessness in his col- way into the garbage pail, {
I Valley Gazette! on secnrin.T Thorn- umns followed him to his every day Poultry is the only class of domes.
dyke' as iU editor.. ""Thorn,": all he life! and he could always be depended tic animals suitable for converting
is familiarly known all over the upon to back up his writings in his this waste 'material right where .It .
ttnte, is the most frequently quoted conversation. He had a very gentle Is produced In the city into whole.
man in the state an.1; )ni proJenc-3 in way of differing with his friends some and nutritious fowl in the form Any make of used'car you desire,
J'I Kissimmee is going to be the biggest when he had to and seldom made of eggs and poultry meat.
:I: :I: tt: boost that city ever had,-WillistonProgress. enemies' by so doing. Many people Each hen in her pullet year should at right, prices, delivered. to your
/ hereabouts are missing hlsvkind ref produce ton dozen eggs poultry specialists
? Oak, Pine and Lightwood, for erences to them' while still .many of the United States Department door, without obligation on your ;,

' "'- share or fireplace. I With The Gazette others will look in vain for his of Agriculture say. The aver
I Announcement is made by the pungent witty criticisms of things in age size of the backyard flock shouldbe part to buy. We 'will' pay your expense ,

Delivered anywhere ia the city Palm Beach Post that "Thorn," a ireneral. His confidences with Annie, at least ten hens. Thus, each I
staff writer of that paper for ten his deifying of bacon and the sights/ flock would produce in a year 100 If you prefer: to Inspect and 1
t t :ftEmmett years, has resigned to accept an editorial he used to shudder at at the bathing dozen eggs, which at the conservative .
position with The Kissimmee beach will be missed and Kissimmeeis value of 35c a dozen would be buy a car at our establishment.Write .

, i Valley Gazette, and has moved with very fortunate in obtaining so human worth $35.
I his family Do KI simn1eoeo. Thorn's a person to edit its town paper. By keeping a backyard poultry
RoliffPhone other name is Walter L. Thorndyke. Jacksonville TimesUnion.IAGRICULIURAL flock thiwainily' would not only help

Miami Metropolis' in reducing the cost of living but U* Today For Full Particular :;.,
143 I } would have eggs of a quality and
I II Thorn Goes To KittHimmee freshness often difficult to obtain: I i

W. I. Thorndyke, better known n Remember that eggs produced by'!I .
t POINTERS
"Thorn" who has 'been with the Palm J the backyard flock cost very little, ', .
-- ---- _.- Beach Post, for the. the fowls
,. past ten years, aa are fed largely upon
I has severed his connections with the HV I. )II'J I.I-I"N Olll'NTY:; ,\f1Jo'.:-I'1' waste ml.t ..rialli.I j 'A. SAGER'I
USE SLOAN'S TOWARD paper and has gone to The Kissim- I ,
mee Valley Gazette. Thorn in one Plans for the county exhioit it I' We are proud of the confidence doctors i I I ;
of the brightest writers in Florid time state fair in Jacksonville November druggists and the public have i .
A
OFF PAIN und l will add luster to the alroa.lv 18 are well under way andI In 6CO Chill land Fever Tonic.--adv. i: 220-222-224 W. Adam St., Jacksonville, Fla.
bright Gazette. Winter Haven; I think Osceola will have a very.creditable ------- I
r Chief exhibit if every one will Hay fever is now successfully pre'j i Phone 4517 Reference: People Bank of Jacksonville

You can Just tell by Its healthy lend every effort possible in making vented by vaccination with the pol- '

stimulating odor that it Is I !Most Kindly Comment t this exhibit a grand advertisement lens of plants.LEGAL .

going to do you-good Last week The Kissimmee Valley HBJ/ prize winner for the county. If I

"' F I onlY-had some Sloan's Linf- Gazette announced that W. L. ThOl n- you have any agricultural productsthat ADVERISEMENTS

I mcnt!" How often you've saidthatl dyke whose "Last Night's Thoughts" will help'make a better .exhibit.pleaW .-.- ...... --- --- -- -
And then when the rheumatic have brightened; the pages of the let me know at once what I !. Irrult- -.-'0..-...- --Stale- Tif -Klorltl.- ----, ooooooo oo.Ooooooooooooo.oo.ooooooooooo.ooo..'

twinge Btilifcklctl-after hours of Palm Beach Post for years has become can depend on (getting from yoa. One Hrvmtrvnth Jndlrl.l <.1........ n.,..-
aufTermg-you forgot ill! a member of The Gazette staff man can't carry a good county exhibit eta t oua1,. !. <<<>fc>.<-rrr.I. .

(iJon't do it ag.lIn-get a bottle to The Gazette is to be congratulated to this fair so lend me a helping .* lta lonn Harvey (''',"ph,1 nil nt.v. PHONE 200 PHONE 12
day and keep it Handy for (possible use for the addition of Thorn to its staff hiind. I need your assistance. Getwhat ..
tonight! A sudden attack may come is sure to bring it prestige not enjoyed you have to show in show condition -! 11'eaie l \ Hurv\ .IX-fenilnnt

on- -sciatica lumbago sore muscles by any other weekly paper of and notify me by card or else It niiiii-iirliiir" liv--aflldav aiipfmlad' to Waters & Carson Grocery Co.It
back.lrhel stiff joints neuralgia, the the state.-Punta Gorda Herald.! see me at once. the hill tiled In the nbuve-"talld l HtlHi
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pains and aches resulting from expos I am sorry to learn that there are that the. rfSlilenrc ofVenley Haiver
ure. You'll soon find warmth and re- I Enters An Objection HO few good hogs in the county. the li-fi. nilnnl herein named In unUrinvtn -
lief !in Sloan's, the liniment that penetrates In changing jobs from the Palm Raise more feed and good hogs will of luent\-oiie.and that' '''HD.I In- IK It aver IH therefore the ait<

without rubbtnf. Clean econom. Beach Post to The Kissimmee Gazette be the result. Start planning now ordered. Ihm the mild defendant be

ical. Three sizes-35c, 70c, $1.40 the only objection we have i is what you will plant next season, and ti and. the he lilll In h of,..rehreqiiftiil-oniiliilnt| 'filed lo In appear aid. Will Pay You to Keep Close
secure good seed for spring planting
that Walter L. Thorndyke's "Last cause IHI nr Ixfoie Katuidnt. the ISth
: SloartSECZEMA Night's Thoughts" will be publishedonly early so there will be no delay in f day of .l i.niliei. A l U 192". otheru .
once a week instead of seven planting. Now is a good time to IB*' the aUeKatlonn. of Mali bill will Watch this for
1 till.-II IIM .lotlfl-RSI I lt\ said\ d.- on Space ;
days a we k. "Thorn"' was with the plant that patch of winter oats, rye II"ndaot.It .
ini1nentNO. ( Post ton years and, to put it mildly rape, etc., for winter grazing, and In fuilher) oKlercil I that that. this
his quaint effusions made the Post ,Ion'( leave out spare (or the fall ordi hi published nine a w. ..I K taiI''uur
coux ruthe WIM'I In
Tilt KlKHlmmi'i : -
the most-quoted paper In'i Flol ida. garden. Plant "some turnips, lettuce \ .illtv i.antt1' II lii'W spa Per
"Thorn" and Joe ICurruan1 made an cabbage, onions and beets that will published I In said' County And Suite Time anzsWe 1
withstand frosts. This IXIIl dell of Oiloher. I 1\1211.
the
unbeatable team on the I'o t. Titus early .1. ,U "rUSTKKKT ,
ville Advocate-Star. Now is a mighty good time to "give {'I"k, die'uii'CourtIt
your grove that clean-up for K IH'I.IXICK
spray We are You in
preparing cannot be
,
To Grow With Country whitefly find wale insects. Use any Siilkitoi fin 4'oiiiiiliilnnnl. 155tIClreuit
. w The. Ki"nHW, V'allcv Gazette is oil emulsion' one to sixtyfivestrength. ; ('ou.I Seall some" especially error i f your 4

./Is..,.aalotM.UHn... BACK'.Irf. to be congratulated on having as one t I If your fruit is splittingnnd N".I'If..J I'on 11 1I-.l "rl4-- attractive ( dollar is brought

....V-tra.I__... of its staff Walter IA-WIS Tho ndyke\ dropping/ examine the tree for ISepnrllnenl' i.f the IntiTlor I' SLand offers that will to this store en -.
,1'.uttt L.1-. ..;. M..: "Thorn" of the Palm Beach Post. It die back. Most likely the' fruit I isimmoninted other al. iiilnen\llli.; '' Kla be on sale only Day. I
dd
-- d- m likely he made the change, because which causes the split I *rl 1 Id. 1:'2nNDTICK I f'' "foDrollawr
C."l3.bwsea. Iai4d. 'IH 'bar' '.0 In Given list Ar o n Saturday cer-
I .ar reaeaN I ISmmmmt.m.trj'l Fan.r ; the Palm Brach section i is in its "full ting and dropping in many instances. .. (
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< of l.okiiHi.
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r.ca. _.....y-....e adult stujrc" and he wanted a section With small( trees scatter from one I who. mi Jul mun.> 2$. 11'11'! mode. Florida lloiii. .. October 30 'tainly be, able to T
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'- rto k where he could "grow up and develop to two pounds of blue" stoti", and nleiiil. I KntrNn, Iii 0311. for SIr.4 nf "Dollar Day"e I please you.
TODAY Pets*>Sc stCUNTHAL with the country" Post readers will from two to four pounds to large 11'y, ,or !Si:',.. Siition! 27 /
Jl S HiiiiMre :34 K Tulla-
DRUG STORE miss him ; for his "Last Night's trees to counteract the (over amount 111"r .'. .. U.IM 111.,1 floutuf''
Thoughtx"", were a distinctive feature of ammonia. Also slop working to innKe Niininiittitliin I'ro..r.1 j j )
which few papers had anything to trees that are in this condition. Tin tn t'Hiiililish. i-laltti" ,In the land abiividi'HorlliiMl. ', 4L4 r
before l
l'letk l ('lii-ult Court 1
eiual.Tampa] Tribune. will induce them to work out the ammonmteil al iHHlniiiii'e. Klol, lila. on the 2Mh I|
M. TILLER condition alone day nf November. I 1H2M I i i't'tlHIHIll
With KiHKimmee Valley Gazette I run across citrus growers every 1 .....n.'s Ita Wltll HH.>S. H
I 'I. < Mlllwr ..r I..k..MI. 9'lorlduF
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Real Estate I W. I.. Thorndvke, known throughout day that have trees dying with foot I M 1..lrID..r; Li.kone. l-'loihl j .
Agency. ,Florida as "Thorn. and who has rot. and are doing nothing to stopits .1 l It Oui'iiu. of l.okiiHi' e. Fin, Id"
............................... been on the" editorial, staff of the spread or treat the trees diseased. I' II I* ...I..I'f .I.OK..M.-I.' . KlollilaItOUT ,
Realty Bought and sold. West Palm Beach Post for the past I have offered my services free to 4S-f.t \\ IIAVIS.ICiKlslurNOTK I

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ten yearn was a visitor in DeLand several growers who have foot rot Your
Houses! rented. K IflXIOt i'ro' Ii Putt Fll.ni Help
Sunday afternoon for a short .while trees in order to try and show them .
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Taxes paid and Titles verifi- enroute to Kissimmee where he joins how easy and simple. the treatment i II. Ike curt of" IIAIX.I<'......y: Jifdnf, elate I
ed for nonresidents.Fire t the editorial force of that splendid really is. If you need my help I at Klurliln,, Oiceola < oualy.In MoultersMoult
The Kissimmee will be only too glad to treat several
weekly
newspaper,
Life and Aacident In the Estate of K. S. Bevluiid.; Deceased.
.-. Valley 'Gaz tte. While ;DeLand trees for you to get you started -
surance. "Thorn" dropped in to chat with the right. Orange trees don't die of old .
Indemnity Bonds. Record man.a few moments. Mr. ages but die of disease If you havetr..e. whom NOTICE It may IS concern HHnKHY that or V DO F.:1'l.' the to Ttlt all 1 1

Thorndyke Is !ah able writer, and is diseased with ,foot rot treat day of October A. I). 1920 I shall
....>... ..... 4 . . >.... .- perhaps the most widely quoted several trees first and see what results al'I.lyto the HonorableT.. M. JlhlrjhY.
Judge of said <*oiirt,
a. Jqdxe
newspaper man in the' state. We you get. Dig back the .soil bate for final ..
dlachnrtte Elxe
my / as of the amount of hen enerryvitality and red blood
congratulate" The Valley Gazette in from the diseased roots and expose ctitor of the estate of ... S. Fleeland.deceased THINK
thousand feathera-th. I
securing his services.,Demand Rec- them to the sun and light then apd at the game, time I will to grow a average plumage
r prevent my anal' accounts a. lOxecutorof A moultlnf hen needs good health-sood petileood dle>UoB. i
ord. scrape down to good wood and paint
said estate and sale for their ap-
over the diseased portion with a pr.val ti
Dr. Hess Pan-a-ce-a
GDRSO fDBlIIEBSELLS "Thorn" Goes Te Kinsimmee paste made up of equal parts of Dated August 2tI DI.C 'A.A. CA l n 19S9 HON. Poultry

In the acquisition of W. I._ Thorn quick lime and sulphur. Repeat thin *T-". ExecutorFOTt'M help poultry through the moult and starts pullet and moulted a
dyke known to all Florida as application every two or three -- --- hens to laying. It contains tonic for the appetite, tonic to aid
"Thorn" The Kissimmee Valley Ga- weeks. TO-- 'nRDITOnll digestion. It tones up the dormant egg or.a_ It contain
zette has made a tenstrike, and has Milk milk, milk the one best ef I. e..rt of .be Cew.ty Judae. O.eeola iron that gives a moulting hen rich, red blood and a red comb. #
our hearty congratulations. He is aH' round foods in its balanced food ('.....,.. ..... ... .......Id. No disease where Panr-ce-a Is fed. By all mean, feed roar J
probably the best known and most values we have and more people die moulting ben Dr. Hess Poultry Psn-a-ce-a.
In re Kstattt of Charles Aver"'t Car-
Fire Life Accident and liberally quoted editorial" writer in from its use than any other food because no n.
W A j0. tin Dr. MUM uc.Il \
Florida.His "Last Night's Thoughts"sparkled it offers such a good door for To all Creditor Legatees IXstrlbu- .a > .
Glass. Lia- the growth of harmful bacteria. tees and all Persons having Claims
Health Plate with wit and humor which
or Demand against said palate: THE WATERS & CARSON GROCERY COMPANY'Pbe.e
\left Every dairy herd should be testedat :
was always inriocuous; and l no You and each of > ou. are hereby )
bility and Boiler Insurance. stings behind. lie has a happy least every year for tuberculosisto notified and required to present anal! 200 Free City D iYery Phone 12 .
make milk safe for claims and demands whish )oti. or
faculty of seeing the droll side of a consumption.
Bonds Executed situation and embalming it in print, Dirty milk is always\ full of troublesome estate cither of of Charles you may Avctett have nKalna nun.! d.Iu*< T>ff w How manr bras torn ...... Vi kn m fvdua* ft tfO.lntant .
Legal a faculty which is given to but few bacteria. Most milk is conaminated i' 'no..<1. '"h.f OHceoln County. Flor-
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but adds immensely to the joy after it is drawn by careless Ida to the undersigned I h xeoutors ifanlil
Same Needed. men. estate within two years from, the 1 Louse Killer Kills LicQ 1
Day of living. "Yassum I thank you.-" methods of handling.I date hi'reof. ;
... Tampa Times. hope to soon see the county organized hated September 171 h. A. P> 1920.
in a co-operative organiza- JAMES M CARSON.
ROY K "HAI.KKIt.
OFFICE: State Bank Building Thorn Still Slicking ion for the benefit of every farmer. C. A. CARSON, JR.

I !I| !Harris and Vans Agnew have done I in Then you can buy and (sell together 41-tt---- _Flxecntorn_n __ __ __ ___ __ _ h __ _ _ 'n _ "
'a wise thing for themselves in se I a co-operative manner that will I ,
make money for every one of you.
- - ---- curing W. L. Thorndyke for theirpaper.
1--- lie is all around and at home Will you be ready to join such" an 4444'i
W. B. CRAWFORD
organization ?
,apd can write. He can see with his

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I I'eyes hut. Some reporters can't see In all malarial countries the pop. iT

Offices: 3. 4, 5, 6, and 7 Osceola with them open. He will be at horn- ular remedy i w. ILerbine. People findit '
in society or politics as judge of n a good medicine for purifying the
Bank Budding baby parade or art at the countv system and warding ofT the disease TOOLS
KISSIMMKE.: ; FLXJllIDA i fair The ladies will all like him and! Price, 60c. Sold by Robe icon's Phar
of the will be Ho .
------------- none men jealous. macy. *
has run a where a .45 was aman's J..
Pat Johnmon O. 1'. OAItRRT paper ------
and then he hay STOCirVICINITY .
JOHNSTON best friend LOOKING AFTER 'f
& GARRETT!
: I been boss where they pnid their sub DEER PARKL. i
ATTOR gyS-AT-yAW lIl"riptions by invitations to dinner.

Offices: 10. 11 and 12, Osceola Band Minnie Moore-Wm..on will find another II. Wilson, county demonstra-
Building. admirer in "Thorn" who isi ion Pat
agent accompanied by
KISMIMMUM.Q. : : 'LURllIA i praised i The Gazette managers' Johnston was in the Deer Park area StillNoti wrenches, Billings & Spencer pliers, Keen Kutter chisels,

------- announ'ement.-West Sun. Palm Beach on some Wednesday stock to be intent sent on to the roundingup state Atkin saws, Black Diamond files, Stanley planes, Pexto snips

>' F. KHIHRS A. AKKRMAN I fair Mr. Wilson reports some sections Keen Kutter machinist hammers, William's D, E. wrenches.We .
TV J. STEED. I 'horll GOTH To Kiwimraee of the highway which were in

KRIBBS, AKERMAN AND STEED Interest in newspaper circles very bad condition a few weeks ago have a line of '
through the state is aroused by the as "greatly improved-especially( in ".
Attfrmrrm .. t'l.rldatirmtrml I announcement that "Thorn" of the that portion of the country wherework

ir.e.le I. all .tmrt. _4 Palm Beach Post' has accepted a position is being" done by the state high .Blacksmith"Hand _
...... 11..._ C'_r... with The Kissimmee Valley way commissioners. Mr. Wilson Village
Gazette. Thorn is known to his found. also, a bunch of cowmen
friends as W. L. Thorndyke. He has whose supoly-wagon had "stuck"
DR. R. J. DENNING been on the editorial force of the several miles back because of a sick Made Tools

Post for the past ten years and is ox-and because he was -one of the t
DENTIST
.-probably the moot' widely quoted accommodating sort who disliked to
Over the Postoffice. writer on the press in the state. Hi- see men hungry he drove to the outfit Bit stock drills, auger bits, belt punches, nail sets, hack saw "

OFFICE HOURS: II to IS SO. 1.30: to aResidence is a man of wide experience original making a quick hitch and towed blades drift point punches hatchets hammers f "
ideas and genuine culture. The Ga- the wagon to their camp. Mr. Wil- ,

Phone 174Office Phone 1S8 zette is feeling all set up over his son reports that the work of gettingogether saws, squares and levels.
going to Kissimmee and the other the exhibits for the state :
newspaper writers of the state feel faIr is progressing very nicely. "

Advertise your 'wants in the Val-that the paper is perfectly justifiable W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY '
066 quickly relieves Constipation. '
. have in its ition.-Oaytona Morning
ey Gazette. If you property Biliousness, Loss of > opetite and
If* for sale or exchange or rooms for Journal.
Headaches, due to Torpid tiver.-adv
"WINCHESTER GUNS AND AMMUNITION"w,1
11 rent a small advertisement in our T ,
'. Jassified columns will put you in {i, Thorn Leaves Palm BeachW. And in these days a man must -
." touch with the people you want to L. Thorndyke for many yearsa wait until he dies before he can get I
"!leh. 48-tf. land mark of West Palm Beach, ( his bier. i iJ



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TIIL,. '" . THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE., FRIDAY., OCTOBER 22. '1'2', "
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1 TICKET IN':: .- .- .
; ., YMOCRATIC. [ SOCIETY'S REALM ] :

low I. publlahsd a list of'1.'+the I'
rnocratlo nominees to be voted tor '
I 'the a-eneral election November S.fl. Air matters- Intended for this department
7 arranged somewhat In the order should be handed In.a. early f
set k.' ballot On the regular ballots. for as' possible. Advance notices of comIng s Every Day
.ld.nU.1 electors there will bo events .tnust be authentic. Call
b3rty name*, and several for each of Phone 11. and ask for "Society';
k t.. other offt.,... In order to .vote' Forma close promptly at ten o'etoek .
P r.1the i Democratic. nominees"" v,It will each Frlday.monlnt.LADIES' r,
b* '"........ )' to make a cross' mark Op -
front pot the nsmea.. a. below. It .... AT THE '
ar. ifi unlawful to carry a Hat of names AID MEETS -
r << vUnir. therefore. al should familiar-
Is* themselves with the list Under Tuesday afternoon at the home of .

Mldvoffloe there will. be a. many Mra. W. H. Coleman the Ladies' Aid DOLLAR LIMIT STORE .
blank space aa names are to- be'voted !
4 Society of the Christian church was
; far. Should you desire to vote for \
anyone whose pame Is not on the ballot entertained at a business and social
,'write the name In the blank' session. .
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a aCe and make a cross m.rk-X) before e M w .... ,
: ) It. The ballot I la thrown out If MRS. WILL
; y ruvote for more than tha-reqfllr"dII HARRIS II .
hmber. If you do not vote fore ENTERTAIN BIBLE CLASS .
pghs those voted for will be count-
The adult bible class of the Christian

church together with their WE WILL J3FFER SPE I \
F.. Pr....>..1.1 KiMtors friends will be entertained. this evening WAITWfor I DURING THESE CLOSING

ale. for air.Martin'''. Carsballo at the home of Mrs. J. H. Har CIAL BARGAINS FROM .

i4 ris. 104 Park tltJ't'l'et.ENTER'T DAYS OF THIS
.' X\1\ P. W. Corr THIS TIME ON

X'Ch.rl.-' ... E: Jnne. FROM STATESBORODr. DAUGHTER THROUGH ALL THE' theDOLL ... MONTH WE ARE GIVING t '

JL W. V. Knoll and Mrs. J. Z. Roborson of .107 COMING j 25 PERCENT OFF
WEEK: THEN r::!

x J. n. Sharon Mabbette street, are entertaining i t.J. ON ALL OUR PERCALES :
Ii.V'III1- their daughter Mrs B. C. Dutton ON SATURDAY OC U'rell t : ,t :
X: o. '_ who with her little daughter, arrived fnDgy&Ay& AND GING

t a For t'nUrd HU.. ... Senator from Statedboro, Georgia Sunday TOBER 30 WE WILL r
P gJ_ : for one, j of t THESE'
"' tVote morning Mm. Dutton has a largo .AT'LEAST' C HAMS. SEE
sy "t, Xf.. Duncan. U. Irl..lcl..rFw. circle of friends in this city who will HAVE FIFTY e
t i i ,
., HrprrsrXa IllBlrlrt.l .. t'on.re...
"YJ>te. for on*. MRS. COLEMAN ENTERTAINS: GAINS # THEN PURCHASE t.
X W. J. Bears
YOUNG PEOPLE AND TEACHERS'

.. For Oovrr.oe' "> Main I. o .
At her home on street Mrs.
i' one,
X ;'r6H'Gllry! A. Hard'e W. 11. Coleman entertained on Friday ,
r evening nearly two-score of ,
f Foe' Nrrrrlnrr' fI' Side <
Vote for one, I[ young people of the Christian L.
r X II Clay Crawford I church, together' with some of the 1t

For--Attorney- -. irnrral 'affair teaihera WAil of entirely the public informal school and wall The" .I: DOLLAR LIMIT STORE, G. W. Persons Company) t

Vote* for one,
X Itlverw' II Itufnrcl I for social interroiir ,Fruit punch, :
i and cake served\ for the refreshments I .yS .t;
For ('nntitrollerVote .

', '; X for Krnesi one,Amos I during the evening.- - :n:-:-4'NM4'>Odiet4<"0"04" "**4 >'>*.:-:-><.>< }q"y{"} }.: .W'.!+.'-{-:fi'h-:.{.,:..:..};.(-:-:":-0 }:'y-S{-:': { ;' k>fiM>-: rti:ri4MMT444y0d4

BARCLAY FAMILY HAS '"'-
t for State TreasurerVote -
MOVED TO ORLANDOMrs.
.' .1 for one friends! in both Kissimmee and in I II ..evening' and have Moved into their 1

?A X J. CLunin y- J. A. Barclay has just returned ''Oculain( which city he has connections new home which they bought from I
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.*.r State MnprrlB rn ., Instruction Los Angeles Long Beach and other National Bank-and will receive the consin avenue and Sevx-nth; street I The Ladies' '
Vote for one. California points, and on Wednesdaythe he Shop
X congratulations of all with whom : Water pipes a.re being laid along"
W. N Sh.'al"POI' . .
family removed to their new has been associated. The weddingwill ; Wisconsin' avenue, I \ A

f'omsnlMsloner of Aarrlrnlture home on Delaney street Orlandoin be the event o.f social circles in I Mr. and Mrs. pUchanan, who have I I
Vote for one which city Mr. Barclay has been short ,, the at
( I Moore Haven. After a tour pent summer i
X W A McRspfor engaged' in the realty business for Mr. and Mrs. Russell will be "at Illinois arrived Monday Brownstown'j; | MRS. ROGERO. Manager li li'Offering

......... of the tepee... Vote for two circle of acquaintances will deeply on Oklawaha avenue. { Thursday morninjr after visiting in ; Exclusive Showings' in
X W H Kills
regret the removal. Seattle, WashinKt"n, and New York. Many Pleasing Lines of Feminine

X Thoma."t --- I Attin-With Prices
MONDAY AFTERNOON I Equally] At-
-'-- - -- (
Approximately $:0,00o,000
damage
a ST. CLOUD tractive. An btu
For llallroBd Cenmlsslonrr inspection will
r Vote for on.. BRIDGE ENTERTAINEDThe was inflicted by the northerrpiJic ) I

X A. S .Wells regular gathering of the Mon beetle in its attack\ on southern timber I appreciated

day Afternoon Bridge Club wan entertained 'I 1---1 forests during, two 'decades, ac- |
F.r ".... Mrn.lor'. 10th "._tore.1
at the home of Mrs. cording to investigations made by
I>U rlrt Porter on Connecticut avenue, have sold
Vote for on... Buttorff 420 Emmett street with I their place to John T. Fox. the U. S. Department of Agriculture > A special offer will greet; for! D
you
X MO. OverslreetKor Mrs. D. W. Alderman as hostess. In ,' I concerning' destruction caused by in, I,
Mr.and "Dollar'
Mrs. Nancy Gregory/ J>ay"-Satuiday. October ,
addition to the membership there sect forest pest Added to this
R.r .
Member of lions 0' n.p..t.-
tI.... were two guests' -Mrs. C. C. Jordan I nnd !Mrs John Ward Mrs. W'lnlln.Mr. damage is that of the black and the ; :30. Take advantage of it.

.' Vote for. one. and Mrs. George Gardner. Choice ,,, and Mrs. Russell, Mrs. FlonnceP'eFcriner % I red turpentine bi- 'tle. if interested ;,

X \V_ R._tlodwln__ n refreshments were served during the and daughter, Irena< Elbyson ,- send for "The Drying Pine Trees THE IADIES' SHOP
G. B. Pixley Mrs. E. and Remed Bulle- I i
For 0".7 JudgeVote afternoon and the prizes-handsome Cause Farmer's
for one. bottles of fine p'rfum.-wert'llward. and Mrs. M. E. Brown VI.eelanl// tin 474; and "Th. );leek TurpentineBeetle ,
X Z. Rns.k Orlando to attend the t-
/ ed to Mrs. Gardner for game and and RedTurpentine! I I .
-F'-;; Clerk Clrcu ll Court-- to Mrs.: Jordan as guest. ,'(vention Wednesday and Thai: lday, of reprint from Bulk-tin 83, _

Vote for one.X The next",!: athering of the club will this week. Bureau of Entomolgy.Classified Beetle''I' 0.
J. I.. 0"1'.11'1' Mr. Al. Daugliertv aid ? inter
be entertained by Mrs. J. D. Wood-
]Mrs. Mary W. Veeder I ar_> "pendmi., .
beck. at her home and
For sheriffVote oh Broadway
+ for ..n.'. I Brack street.MISSIONARY. n few days (his week with Mrs Advertisements .
X I. R. Farmer frank Arnold, at Orlando. I R. G. MINICK

,t- ----For T.. A..r MEETINGAT I The Baptist Mission Union met

,[ with Mrs. Florence Dreschnc-i. last FOR 1
Vole for nn"I TilE BUNGALOW I SALE I
iii numberwere -....' .
X W. .Dar"er Friday afternoon. A goodly - I ,A
The regular met-Tintf of the Woman's in attendance and a fine meet RAPINE Gunraoled H,,""-ry for MnVoiiifn '
l' For Tae ( \ and <'li I'lrcn dill 1221'I'
f-oll"1 Missionary Society of the :Methodist | at I
1) Vote for one, church iirg\ was held. M.IIII.. 01 t..Irpnop'| 120 >lis. 11 I. | ; Druggist
held
X C. L. nand)" was at The Bungalow 1 :Mr. Fred Phipps left on Monday Cruas. aui'llt .43-41 ,
/ Wednesday afternoon under'.for Brewstcr to accept a position. ns ---
Coaaty 8aperlB I.......tlo. .POUlk'j'I'm ineer. farming Implcjn.IM0, chvap. l>. U
$ Vote for one. '. > . "Africa" was ,the theme of the. I Mrs. Pearl Baker entertained! MUs Wagner, North ]'< rilu .
.I t . C., "E. Yowell a'V portion of the exercises. 'Ruby Tindall. Wednesday eveningthe ;. --"'" .. .
i-- Work: in Africa" was handled by occasion being Miss Pearl's ninth CABBAGE I''L.ANfHJne thousand \ ,
Kor Toavty cabbaire plants tllfrrl'stow? Wake KISSIMMEE '
surveyor
for Mrs. G. W. Persons; "Africa-A oxcullent was ; FLORIDA '
'Vot, one, tirthday.! An : supper ,1I..ld. at $2.00 Per thousand. A. 1- ,
.
X._ Joe F.. Johnston Forward Look, by Mrs. A. S. Brun- j served by Mrs, ..I Baker. Klmr. .KISBlmmee_ ,_F''1l. I-tf.

Ver Member -of Board- of Co..ty ('0.- son; ""Africa-Over There and Over I Fred and JC.P- PhIpps motored: to FOR M.\LIO-3 reifimfrert Duroe Jersey -I Free
.......>er.. I I Here by Mrs. C. E. Hilton; and Port Richey and '!'urpon Springs *n blood sown. our will furrow Saturday Free ,
Voter for five. I Mrs. O. J. Rountree read n "cmI Saturday, returning in Sunday. soon; also 8 shntt ninit* breed, all (.
X K. U D., Overstreetx" i "The Master's Question." Following' Club have been I Inoculated' K. T Mnr-

.* J.f.. HansellX I I the literary portion of the evening ,I held The their Ladies regular Improvement meeting; on WcJ-: ple. "Jack__K.._en'n_-_____f._.__i-rn___ 45-3t-x_ __ __ Balloons Monday Balloons

there was a social hour with Mrs. .: 20. in the annex of FOR SA1.IO-.Nice ,.nll>uKe Plants 12 fill

'I. H. Wetherbee JJoberson and Mrs. Perkins as hostesses ,'the Methodist, church. Them! was 1\ per thousand .W (1 Oroinaitle. With each fifty cent purchase we will give an Air Plane Bal- t''

;j X A. F. Bass assisted by Mrs. J. J. Mc- I large attendance and some very interesting 48-lt-x| loon. Free to the children.! / >

-il 1 Cranie. Light refreshments were talks were given by Dr. FOR H.LI'Oll account of the deathof I
X. Oettla McClelland_ served, (!I Cushman and several of the ladies. Mr. A. F.. Voorher. hi. Chalmerscar Our stock is most complete and you will /find our store one of w
__. I hi offered for "Ie. Car Is In
*W ......... ., Hoard of _.11. a.tr.etl. GOESJTO President Lon Itendrix read some good condition .....It.111 be sold at I the best in the country to make your drug store. "
.o i "I .. MOORE HAVENTO interesting letters. Mandolin music bargain. See Mr>". Voorhees. upper
Vote for two SON'S WEDDING Mrs. Minnie Barber accompaniedby Main street aft.r Hvrtm.sday, October Our Prescription Department is well equipped 10ill/
I' X W. C. Ba. I by- 27. 45-tf. your. many
Mrs. E. A. Russell accompaniedby M"rs. Red way. at the piano. Meet-, : needs which come from that department and under the care of '

X r. 4 4- Walter LaolerIVae her daughter. Miss Medora Rus- ing adjourned till the first Wednesday FORTY road about ACRES IhreI of..good,11,11; land from on town brlrl. ,'I Graduate and Licensed prescription men who have had many years'

; Foe. Jawtlee otTata the *. 1st Jostle eell.aJeft yesterday for Moore Haven in November 20 acrea cleat' oil r....c.." and cross- I of the; best experience in the country.We .
DI..re... where, tomorrow Will be solemnized Mrs. Grace Calkins has secured fenced with Kurd woven wire. loud

'x for one I I the marriage between her son, the Johnston building; on Pennsylvania house In need of some repairs. I I are prepared to give you afmost immediate delivery and
Minnie D. Klelnraann timber the for
meet Plentyof on place
be to
glad
.. Nelson A. Russell and Miss Valeta avenue and will Kood-slxed barn I'rlce. 125(10 The I' are glad to have you call at any time.
---- -- I Gates of that town. The bride hasa her friends in the near future. Many land alone without any lmpro\t"

A: Chicago inventor has devised acooker" large circle of acquaintances in her know the fine meals she serves at ments. whatever I. worth more' than I
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-Arel..a for the feet of- employes home community, and is a charming reasonable prices and her place canT the price asked. NW|.DH Realty Co Kissimmee's Best Drug Store '

who must work all day on young woman. Mr. Russell well- be beat. We wish her success. FOR BALK-Ponlog, Saddle Horses ) ?t

the,.cv'd' damp floors of refrigerat- known in this city, is a moat ex- Mr. and Mrs. G. Russ of Connecticut and mares. IBo up See \V. E. I'ar- I Phone 3

.,1 tng rooms.gJ I emplary young man, has a host of arrived in St. Cloud Wednesday roar near foreman Narooossee Ni".' Fin.K/'li-n. or Plantation A. E, I

l Thomas Klsslmmc. Fin 2-tf.. ,, mon
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b.. ..__ -ft..- .... A ''II - nyir flr b.. */** "" FOR SAI.K-Oood r0nd-rinnd Ford -- 'J
: car. Sam O. Rlllflidale. Phon. ZS brick read. All c'ledrfd but
f, 1
: SItf. about three acres. and nil!) ft rut elites! -
farm land of cleared hammock hut T. L. i
FOR SAI.E-Hor.-'; and Mullen InQuire about four acres, which Is good COMER J
} ? DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. LEDGE GEO. SINGELTARY of J. M. VU'"r' 19-tf. farming, land. About Mix a..r..*. of

J /Ve.i /.nf Cashier Vfc.-/Ve.i'J.nf II icioviIn 'boartiiK' HutldlnKx. not St. Cloud FloridaCANDIDATE
m FOR SALE-Fin. resldenee' property.quart.I'black. very' X'aluabl See. Ni IHOII Ualt Ijl
yt seven roomed. house, Co for price! and terms
:I orange trees. pecn.0 fees. live oaks I ,
flowers, vines, shrubs. Garage.woodshed . MOHKRM SIX room house close 1, in FOR !It
and two spare rooms In Two sleeping rooms' up-Htnlrn. liInpr
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.i( i r rear' Reason totHeMlng.. property room dining roam kitchen and,
/ too large for present owner. Apply I ale*'ping room down-Mtnlrs. All I County
Judge
Valley Qasette. 1-tf. rooms of good HXI*. Ka.t front lot. '
Banking by Mail --- 60 x 150. Offered at bargain t fur
t FOR SALE Ion acre "ckl.II : I quick mile., Nelson Realty <'o ;
fine lake near .
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We especially in vite those who live outside of our community to the One State.of prettiest This In puildltg R harKaln.. sites:J. K In FOK lAI.YOn. cook stta'e and onea I Vote for the Best Man :f fI IiI
'' machine H :Mm
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- Ban with the lank: of Osceola County by mail. \U| acknowledge Mattocks Mt. Uofp. Flu. 7tf. PhlIf, ) New York avenue. clt vMX. I Regardless of Party

N' \ receipt of remitt ances by return mail. The prompt collection of FOR 8ALH3-One Ero.,..-."D Typewriter. I ) :
model three visible aa good aa newApply
.., your checksanwith d the superior safety afforded your cash-coupled Valley Oaaett.- tf FOR SALMi-for ;ix-room Cheap. houae.complete Mr furnishIngs <'. H- t't....

B.LEon.t.- Electric: Wall : Hummers, Emntett"St. 45-1 t-x sample copy of the ''Yf
Safety vice and Secrecy makes our Bank particularly at- FOR and Stockmen, I.ttoed"ldt !
Plate. Practlcall her. At a reasonable -I P Jack- ,41.ing
tractive 'to our c ustomers who live out of town. price. APply Valley Ga- MISCELLANEOUS. dairTKh' about livestock rala- ':!;.
...tte, 7-tf 1 and poultry citrus fruit r,fill
-- --- trucking weekly at II.00 "
per i' ,
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T1IIIKR: IMOI HI I.I. | 1-:* 'Ali'' ACHE: SECOND( HAND 11001)5. botlicht' sold {near three years for 1100. Only .J..
You can Bank with us by mail. ' and rvrmlrt-d The Casino' 44-tf iVpet and general. ,
KA \1( W A'a'01M l 10:1.0 NI BBRO.f3 .. I farmingpaper"
In \
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tt l.ll. Five. hundred. to thousand .t"le.'Vrlt. today. '
May we tell you how dollars. ear net 19:0.< Cultural fertilization OI.T INTO ltt'81NESS-Wnllcln. 11 7 -- 1
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methods' ntv<.'.-."n inquiry) ,,,..du'I. n.-II 10 every farmer, If TO RENT-Four roomed, r
Thirty years' t'fUfnev.. . thousand. 'use own an auto teem can glv, i h"UN"' J'y November loth. Apply| J .
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_. urns planted Costedly L.. A 1"nd;. write Infnrmallnnwhr. Valley Oaxptte. It -.>t-x "
Bank of Osceola "Inr",r. AHliTdiile.. H. C 45-lt-x you can get, territoryfor - lJf.
County ---------- selling; products: of Inrg.nrt institution INVVNTKI: :h |Lady or ll.tlem.n A .
i : : Agent" !
Of kind In world.
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anilsleeping Twenty mlllion In ih.
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