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 29, 1920
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00983
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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RUSH PAVING SEVERAL NOW OWNED',PROPERTIES-BY NEW-COMERS ARE THE DOLLAR DAY ON SATURDAY FROM WOMEN WOMAN TO. MARK WILL LAWYER THE LEARN BALLOTAll ,' -" CITY CURB MARKET t' !



ON'DIXIE HIGHWAY Allen E, Fosdick of the Strout '

Farm Agency reports two tales of RECAWNG DAYS OF DADDIES' democratic women in the city NOW WELL ASSURED: 'j; y

realty; One to L. 0, Yohn from and the surrounding ,

UP LINE Garden City, Missouri, who took the urged to meet at the Hart country Memorial are TRUCK-GROWERS
TO CLOSE BY :
Oliver tract on Vine street, and the on the afternoon of Saturday, "Dol-
WITH HUNDRED CENT 'DOLLARS
-- second .to. Mrs, F. J. Barnes, of Lum- lar Day," tot listen' to instructions .

Declaration That The Note Are Entirely last berton week, North purchased Carolina.the Mrs.Carr Barnes residence from a woman qualified to give such Commencement Step Taken At Gathering ;
information.
The instructor
Satisfactory Will Result In and has now become the owner -- - is a Tuesday Evening To Establish
member of the Florida liar
Resuming Work On Highway Im of the Rev. Snyder home, in The Stage I* Set 'For Such Things a* WiH Prove Bargain for All Who mencing at four o'clock will and address com Good Market .

Pinedale, together with tentII.] Visit -Thit City on Saturday Will Prove Able Forerunner for Like the voters Every woman expecting ,

mediatelyThe The Snyder house is one of the fine Days to Follow to vote on Tuesday next is urged. to The meeting: called for Tuesday ;1
stand-
properties around Kissimmee be present at this meeting. the Chamber
eve-nlng.t of Com-
agreeable
the _
notes issued by city ing in a grove of pines and overlooking that the
merce truck-growers might
to the vote endorsing the Rohcrson measure the city and lake. With propitious weather on Saturday it is confidently believed there F. W. Hill, of tfarcoossee. was. arrange for some! steps looking for t
7-.
delivered bv J. Mr. Barnes and her daughters
, were yesterday visiting his Mr. '
be number 'streets cousins the establishment of a curb market '
will large of out-of-city-residents the of Kis-
last to a seen on
Saturday
with
on their and Mrs.!
city treasurer are highly pleased Purchases O. P. Taw. failed to call together the number r
Trust Company, at and energentic business and mercantile establishment
the United States and with KiHsimmee. Mmmee men are -- -
anticipated. At the
Jacksonville\ a* mentioned in the recent looking for a day that will give them an opportunity to present bargains assembled expressed same themselves tine those a*

issue of The notified Gazette the, which contrac institution to careful buyers in such variety as will insuie a larger t-ade in the future.A FISHING IS SPORTYIN highly plenved at the prospects for '

tors having at once in hand the completionof WILL ASK BREVARDTO glance at he advertising columns of The Gazette today will impress such a business and wen also pleased -

the paving project in this city. the reader with the excellent/ offerings made by the home merchants. Thereare at the interest shown. by those
of the
Mr. Roberson feels positive that FIX MELBOURNE other establishments which could not in the short space of time prepare OSCEOLA COUNTY city who.' attended the meet-

,% there will he no complications arisein that a program of offerings for the day; but the public may rest assured ing.The meeting: was called to ordef

the work, and'acceptance is confident of these that when 'another day of this sort shall be arranged for this city there will AND HERE IS PROOFParadise by J. D. Woodbeck. and J. S. Cadet,
promptly upon I was selected as temporary chairman ,
,
notes by the buyers the contractorswill : CROSS-STATE ROAD be still a greater array of bargains. ;
and L. II. Wilson -
demonstration
county :
be instructed to proceed with Merchants are realizing that constant advertising of their waresandthe

the work. It is very possible that subsequent fulfilling of every agreementis a trade winner. Every For Those Who Leve To agent phases, acted of the as market secretary. Various l
will br Application Will Be Made to Brevard were con
before this week doses work week there. is going from Kissimmee to other cities cash for goods which may Catch Fish-Good Fish-la Almost sidered. It was plainly indicated by ',f i
To SmaU
Commissioners
resumed.The Spend ; Any QuantityThe the speakers that there would .l
derived from these be secured here at the same price; but in many cases the buyers are not soon "
money Sum to Make Melbourne Road be offered to the people of this city ?
notes will\ it is estimated completethe aware that such good as may be wanted are carried IK stock.
an assortment of vegetable and other .
link on the Dixie High- PaiMbleConHidernble __ Kissimmee is the of of advancement. There is lakes of Osceola county are
missing
an
: now on verge era famed for the fish they furnish and products which would be moat h
way running from this city toward every chance; in the world to make it the county's centre for all business there have been some splendid -hauls gratifying, that would aid the home-
and intervening discussion of the ,
\Haven, -
Tampa points., Winter This will\ be the first of quickly making the road possibility I enterprises. This city is admirably situated on the lake and the railway and made in the past; but for the record. keeper in keeping expense at the '. '

section l'ompleted-and will\ be hurried between this city and Melbourne the the crocs-slate highway--aid there should be a united effort made to let catch it is. probable that Jack Spading : minimum, and would give a support

through at! rapidly as possible eel cross-state road took place at facts pertaining: to the advantages found here go out to all the world. has won the blue ribbon for the I I beneficial.to the producers Some of that the would! prove had 1
growers
will! then commence on thepaving the meeting of the Chamber of Commpice present season. I
The work KISSIMMEE MUST ADVANCE. There must be shown a co-operative Last Sunday Mr. and been often disappointed in the past
of the cityat The eonr'ttion Mrs. Jack I I
Broadway: at the where north end it ill estimated of Friday the highway evening.at the present! spirit that will make the best of all\ there is to be found. There must be Sparling, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson, !j because of the fact that they were J

on 'hown that impetus which has caused other communities to advance and Mr.. and Mrs. Neiper and producing in limited quantities; insufficient .
the funds will carry the paving time was considered-and some of ;
to
to distant
ship 'I
Drury Road and 'turn the corner on those who had recently made th! there must t be no lagging in the procession. Not only must: Kissimmee be -took and Miss Cooper-eight in daughter'j yet could find no way to locally pointa dis-,

Neptune avenue for a limited dis- I rip by car were urgent that a bet'orrnent placed before the world but there must be an effort to bring to these lands various a lakes sixty-mrle and trip canals .ia the pose of their goods-and one plan of t' \

tance. |he promptly made. Thelate 'hat be made productive and who will take advantageof I I avoiding such conditionssaid Mr. ,
may so men women Sperling boat. Buster, caring less for i
the ooumil can devise somemeans : Highway Commission is at
Unless' for completing the paving oft work ort a portion of this road, us-. what Nature is willing to do for them -if Nature is properly ceaxed. fishing than for the pleasure obtained Wilson ship, was in to riots.form Such an associationand ,

++ie gap from that point to the pav- lug the full right-of-way sixty fee Without the prosperity of the adjacent; areas KiM-immee cannot be what in the ride. They- weht as far will naturally ca follow the inauguration a course-

ing already in place which ts I less ;'ii width-and there has been a le- he should be; it is the progress of outlYing districts which make any city as Rosalie the of a curb market, as the grower ,
than half mile, there is every possibility ided improvement within the past Upon return trip the party
a in
-which make communities will multiply and will produce :
the I prosperous. flopped in Lake Cypress, where several .
and few weeks but that portion (vine
the grader
that city I ; larger than will be locally '"
roller will be put in use in making -j ,within Iir \ard cou-i'y is very Kissimmee will be glad to welcome all visitors on Saturday and of the party commenced to bob. : quantities "
city consumed and then wit
dilfi-I' there will be hundreds of offered In kiss than three minutes... Jack pull- ; : commence
On
as good clay road an possible i-lt to travel with -my car every day Saturday bargains ; it |.shipments. f J ,
properly crowned in order to make 1. K. Fa-mer was denjti/ed;" I liv, t"1.<" will be get acquainted day ; it will pave the way for more trading in this II d jn on the one, hook two splendid !I\, Complete plane for the curb mark- I i

this niuih-usvd highway one that 1 uamber' of Comnieiie to ,,'et in -ily. There will be music during the afternoon and all day long the officeof bans'' weighing seven within and nine thirty poundsrespectivelyand feet ]|I let were not made on Tuesday! evening -

wi1hI'\ safe in every way. J. W 'each with 'I.e Bri'vi'd .counts <-omI'lssioners The Gazette will be open to all. It will be an opportunity for those of that spot he pulled in another of i. -but it was determined that on ,
chairman of the street and urirr 'I'! m to ord r November 4 at
evening
Thursday ,
Thompson I ubscribers who have neighbor who not. readers of The Gazette to advise the same variety weighing eight *
of are :
committee since the resignation I > drag run over t the toad from :Melbourne ]- seven-thirty, there should be another ,
Councilman G. W. Fox favors suih west a- it was ageed that a call at this office to secure a cop'y' for The Gazette is a paper pounds. These are sworn figures meeting to perfect the plans, and, it ,

plan--provided ways and means cannot j such process. would' do\ a vast amount for all! the people and will labor for the intetests of the public in all ways' attested by seven witnesses, and will is expected that the market will r
se: ve as an incentive to aft who love
A be devised to properly pave that >f good for a period, and wh..n"l'eded. start after.
both for the man who lives out of the city as well as for the man who sport. Three bass, twenty-four soon
section uniformly with the rewminder the process could be repeat on Tuesday evening
er of the road; and if he is. continued "d. The work would cost but .a tri- liven inside the city limits. pounds; hook and line fishing, two and signing the agreement to cooperate -

\ j in hi- present' position work wilt be ne. With this done the short road Every resident of the county should be in Kissimmee on Saturday h.- ulM. in this plan of disposing oftheir
It might I be added that The
toward that e"nd. across the state could be advertised 'Dollar Day." produce and other commodities

The people of KiBKimmoe, of Os- with the result that many from the _ _ u_L_ u___________________________________ will print only fish stories Gazettl'I I,I which might come from the firm ; i
and of the state in coast would view the west coast authentic and vouched for. i
ceota county gen as I. were J. Add Bowen Clarence Eby,
eral will welcome the completion of l by way of Kissimmee It is the gars CAM-P IV I S. T. Pansier. J. B. Farmer B. L. V
that will\ that the work of the OPENING FALL TERM AUTOMOBILE SUBSCRIPTION LIST > W
s the pavement as a factor ral belief drag 'I Kinr.: F. A. Meyers. Charles Reid J.

prove extremely important. will Ike ordered_at one*.. OF THE VALLEY GAZETTE .1 A. Jtightmlre, and L. O. Yohn.

FORREST LAKE IS OF .CIRCUIT COURT PROVES BUSY SPOTNearly IS RAPIDLY GROWING 1 i ri


FINAL INSTRUCTIONS MADE CHAIRMAN OF That The Gazette is becoming a AN EDITORIAL WORD

STATE ROAD BOARD 'Small Docket Spread at Opening Sea A Dozen Vehicles Camped factor in the growth and progress of

.. Bat Two Civil Cases Are Last Evening-AH Delighted With KiBsrmmee is evidenced from the
Man-
ELECTORSDeasocrati'Shoald
.
REGARDING fact that half a hundred new subscribers WITH-A-TRUE-RINIT- ---
Honorable Forrest Lake of. Sanford
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Shown-Few Criminal Cases The City of Kissimmee have been placed on the list ,
his
will\ be obliged to move ,
within a few weeks-and that -
Study Thit ,ListEn : elected rtwidence to t.the Tallahassee position of, having, chairmanof been The fall term 'of the circuit court There was a lively air about the sales at the very Tress Newsstand have Rep.hGcan Editor' of Middle West

Order That There s taD Be No the Florida State Road Depart.ntent opened .on Monday morning, Judge free. auto grounds yesterday and doubled in the same,,,time. Every Declares Cox Would Make A*

Regretful Errors i at a meettncr of thejoBrd\ -at C. O. Andrews presiding., : last evening, and there is a sort of resident of Osceola oounty will Ideal! President '
the Hillsboro Hotel, In Tampa. The grand jury rlr'wn from the camaraderie shown by all who travel eventually become a subscriber to
The elected chairman: made box is mad up of the following- as these families are doing that is The Gazette: andthere should be no
In order that the list of democratic newly to The of In Albuquerque, New Mecico, there
i .short speech in which he said that named residents: pleasant see. grounds are delay in the 'action.
presidential electors be thoroughly a size to for - --- ---- is an honest editor.
may ample care
B. C. Miller, foreman John H. twenty-five
W had at times been accused of be'ng ;
impressed upon every voterin ; politician, but that he is far Johnson, clerk; Homer Bass, J. B. families of campers, if the vehiclesare --Proper costume for November 3-- He is a republican\ editor, too, and
Osceola the following suggestions a and it ia a ticketine gown with ballot-box he had been reading some press reports
county : Tindall, Fred I .renK. Z. Baragar, J. riRhtly arranged; probable -
from it, and had tried hard te I. <
an to the marking of the induce very H. Redditt, Robert Brurmon. D. P. that when. there shall be more pleats and a poll-cat necklace. of the "special" writers. BBS
Governor CatH to reappeint
ballot next Tuesday should be carefully M. M. Smith, former chairman, to I Raulerson, II. A. Coble. P. W. Hall, than those at present camped there BUSINESS"INCREASING name is Carl C. Magee and his aporthe
.
committed to memory: I A. Babb. W. W. Clark\' M. A. steps will be taken to have the cars Albuquerque Morning Jowrnst
the board "hi fact, said Mr.
-- AT THE GROWERS' PLANTThe Here i* what Mr. Magee :
says
more economically arranged as to
Hughey, George Alman. Wade Lanier .
: For Presidential Sleetore T..k.1 ne rly broke with the governor "Either what Mr. Cox My fall
:
J. C. Griffin, J. H. DfOraw. space.
in efforts to iaduoe him to
Vote for six.GEORGE. my Last the travelers to read a* well in print as It sound
The civil docket shows l light evening[ among packinghouse of the Florida
atain Mr. Smith, but he positively very
,I W. ALLEN found Mr .and Mrs. John or there is some truth In his claim y
-there being but"two cases. Theyare were Ly- Citrus Exchange: is becoming mere
- efused to do so, and told thatif
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JAMES W. ARCHIBALD I did not accept. his appointment : I ought and little son, who have driven and more a busy spot, as the IncomIng that the newspapers fail to treat
,z The American Chemical from St. Joseph, Michigan; Mr. 'and fruit assumes greater him fairly."Reading.
Agricultural -
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.------------ --- of myself to this board, he would proportions
:- 4 E. M. BREL FORD find some one else, but he absolutely Company vs. P. C. Ituttorff.I Mrs. E. H. Potman of Detroit; and Manager Piano said: "Busi reports on the Cox tour.. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. who had created in my mind an lmpre.spn -
---- S. Heltsley, has not been
ar, would not retain Mr. Smith. As I I Damages, $750. ness epeaed to anygreat
BRYANT- that he is hallow erratic badly
W. R. from Mr. \ -
chairman of this board I stall ask''' Annie Turner vs. W. H. Weir. came Clifty, Kentucky; extent, although we have shipped a
--- - --- and Mrs. W. M. Halstead I of Marion poised, extravagant in statement
Replevin. thirteen cars of fruit to date.
the co-operation of all the rest of
X MARTIN CARABALLO Ohio; and Mr. and !Mm. William Wil In short time shall btt and undersized. mi.
In criminal proceedinrs: there are a we making .
and there will be politics
you no in
{ LELAND M. CHUBB it. I have no enemies bo punish and I I but a limited number-the most serious Hams, and six children, who have large and frequent shipments, because "An hour beside him at the dinner that
table carried convincing -proof
no friends to reward. Assurance of ; of which appears to be that of driven from New York city. Some the fruit will come rolling in > w
of
.of these are intending to along none of these charges) were true
CLOUGH pass here in vast antlties.
H. L. (; q
'f. eo-operation given' the chairman ''
were murder after few in this him in repose. He was genial, clever -
S r by the other memberse of the a days' stop oity- There Is already a large force of t
I CHARLOTTE P. COFFIN board and the meeting was declared is as below: but evinced a desire to return here hands employed, and some splendid rapid in his mental processes. a
of local
avaricious for knowledge
---- ready to proceed to other baseness., State vs. William Peterson and and pick up a bit of property upon fault is bemx oared for.
FRED COLE conditions in New Mexico and free
Loren E. Nourse. Breaking and en which to build a home: one family
tering. declared that while they had left from all oose. He is exceedingly
r II p. w.
CORRJ.
likable and sensible.
State Will Thomas. Desertion home without any expectation of
t: -H. DRUMMOND- -- REORGANIZATION OF of wife and vs. child. buying anything: ;in Florida they COMMERCIAL BODY "His speech gave none of the Impressions
It
were finding things so delightful I note Above. was extremely
StAte of
Rhymes.
vs. Larceny
"+ MIRS.' L. L. H 1'ES---- animal. .that they were about to change their effective, sanely progressive

NATIONAL GUARD IS State va. H. A. Bishop. Three minds; and the man who has been WOULD HELP'FORM and very rood tempered From 0:39 ;
MRS. A. E. HENRI worthless checks obtaining twice! in South Africa, and knows until 10:00 o'clock I completely revised -
cases passing
; ; -
---- estimate of Governor Cos
f'1:1 the Boers as a "thrifty class William my
\ A. N. JACKSON money by false pretense anda ( Williams isn't I "NATIONAL GUARD"Without as a man for the job. fIn tead, ht
.: IMMEDIATELY URGEDWar I false token passing worthless precisely surewhat
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he will\ do as regards makingan has the qualities which will make
X CHARLES E. JONES check.
him a rood president in my judgment -
investment. The auto is
camp
i,: e 5T-W.- V. KNOTT Department Would Have Plant l money State by vs.false E. O.pretense.Minx.. Obtaining appreciated by a vast number Dissent;; Voice PUn to ple.-, nT tie is the choice of the pee-

--J.: W. -LOCKED Pot In Force At Once For Complement State vs. J. Padgett. Larceny of BRIEF ITEMS Organize Unit of Nation Guard I
GATHERED Endorsed Chamber. of Cemverce former
hog.State by DK W. B. Witherspoon,
;J:;; Y. A-M'C LEY---- of National Guard vs. Manin M. McLain. Assault FROM OVER THE STATE pastor of the Presbyterian church in :w

with intent to commit murder Matter pertaining to the forma Mini city but now located at Tltns- n

Jr :J. 1T: MOFFETTW. : Washington Octeber 28.-Immediate in first degree. Florida. made a good haul recentlyin tion of a unit of the National Guard villa where he is temporarily supplying

reorganization of the National State vs. Sloan. Passing worth the Aalanta show. One grower were discussed at the recent meetingof the church of that d..nominattoa -

ti. N.= NANNBY Guard is'deemed advisable" is an announcement less check. from Pierce, in what was caned a the Chamber of Commerce--when spent Tuesday la the dtjr,
't: - by the war department. State Joe Forging and his old friends.SWnSLrutnmnJSWrJw .
Tracy.
greeting
vs.
L. M. O'KELLE\ very strong Duroo contest, won Marion Carson gave that body some many ,,
,it,. I The reserve and National Guard uttering a forged note. twenty-four first, second, and thirds.C. of the details he had secured,_and r
La officers of the general staff on'dutyin "
HEBkAN W. PI BURY the matter in its various
presented and thn
the securing of-the armory
_. the department, have been ordered DANCE FOR BENEFIT
U. Napp who owns numerous phases. Mr. Canon stated that follow the advertising to be derived ,
L F. F. H. POPE to visit advise each corps with the area headquarters OF BASEBALL DIAMOND lots in the t.wn of Winter Haven, is could a full vnit be organized, and from having in this city a company
and commanders
: :} -WESLEYRhCHARDa- and the state carpe authoritieswith planning to erect thirty medium- could the entire two hundred and if the National Guard. Such companies

.;. -- _ reference to the organization of There is to be'a pleasing affair in priced Bungalows-and says he will fifty men exhibit sufficient interest have in the past added prestigeto
X J. G. SHARON I!the guard divisions allocated to the the way of a dance given at the hive some -of them ready for this to meet and drill to the full extent a community-and there was nt

--- various Grayutone on Thursday evening of season's occupancy.A permitted by the government, the reason why such a project shouldnot
: B. G. SMITH table corps areee.The of tentative allotmentsHas the coming week-the project being proposition would be worth in excess be an aid in securing! publicity '

the one inaugurated by C. C. Jordan, of number of the "less progressive' of $25.000 each year to the city- which was a very essential thing in
been number -
ERNEST M. SMITH prepared, showing' in each the Casino, for the purpose of securing citizens of Frostproof have petitioned through the individual members; or. these days when there is such a desire -
to be organized
X G. B. WELLS of troops a fund for the making of a that the corporation lines of the to put it in Mr. Carson's words. : "If for progress.

-- - state Under: national defense act baseball diamond for. use during the town be so altered as to leave ninny this city could get its quota of two The matter was Anally arranged '1 t

t GEORGE P. WENTWORTH the of a present season; Mr. Jordan has. secured outside the limits-ia order to evade hundred and fifty men, men who that, the Chamber of ,Commerce
minimum enlisted strength
1 -- ap-be the Jazz Band, from Gainesville city taxes. The case will be heard would take a real interest in the should uae all means within its power ...
Under thedirection of the street oroximately 427,900 men mint I and promises that this event next week. If the petition is grantedthe work, it would be. possible that there to aid Mr. Carson In securing

t committee there commenced work provided as the peace organization whichFlorida' will be one full of pleasure for all' News says it will set the place would be distributed more than $25- names to make a representativeroster
if the Guard of
National
yesterday morning of smoothing attending. The ireneral public is invited I hack ten years. 000-but, even if all failed to meetat ; and he was given to understand
? some of the streets and avenues of quota is 4800. I to participate. Dancing will be i various times yet kept up a good that if he required any assistance .

'a 4 this city and the roughness, heretofore in order from eight-thirty to mid- Four hundred dollars was nettedby average, it would mean a lot of cash in soliciting names of those of

noticed promises to be considerably Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Cole have pur night.Is the Woman's Ctub of Haines City coming into the city. And this would suitable age, men between the ages a
abated Immediately. chased the R. M. Evans home on the | | from its recent one-day-one-eyenlng help out considerably." of eighteen and forty-five, commit.

---- - corner of Bryan street and Beau- it proper to call the suffrage I carnival. Everything pertaining to In addition to the financial end of tees from the Chamber would be appointed -
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J Next Tuesday is election day. mont avenue. I I. vote the ailent vote? the project was conducted by women. the Guard-to which would be added to extend i1\hat aid. e,


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.j From the land of cold and bliirards! Vote Arai.lt The AmendmentIt rr r
: Even from the far Wisconsin, l'u.
That fair land of corn and pumpkins. is real pleasant;; and' beneficialfor
l Where they feed on beans and onions, ( some people) to have a success
i .Dol ar Saved : With fried snowballs on .their menu, ful sale of bonds for public: improve
I ,, Where .they have goose-pimples dai ment. The money comes from the
i. I ly. rich northerner and returns to him
: Where the rivers freeze in winter with the accruing! interest after being .
r One Dollar Gained And the butter melts in.summer, raised by taxation.. All of which
I : I Came there forth the Northern is legitimate and according to con- You'll J
: ., Knocker. tract.\ Besides' we have the privilege A Day Long

HERE'S YOUR DOLLAR Over the Atlantic Coast Line of'aeeing: these same northerners au- .. ,,,.,
t : Came this Terror to Kissimmee, tomobiling over, the roads their mon-
I And he jawed and growled, and ey built at our expense. RememberOctober
ON THIS SPECIAL OFFER grumbled Thia is all right We need the A+.,
f. From the depot to the Gray stone. better roads and i ib is worth the cost '
1 ', And from there unto the court house if everybody travelled them but ourselves -
+ On each of Shoes sold ': 1 And from there all o'er our city; **' 30 1920.
pair on i ii
( All the time his tongue was wagging. ))oweve!:, the proposed constitutional '
Nothing Deemed to suit His HighncaK t amendment to bond the statefor I ,
Saturday, October 30 ': I The fnlr-'lake.L that lies' to southward, good roads is iniquitous. The' i J': ;I
j Our unrivaled- catfish pasture more you stir it up the more it d
Shoes that sell for $10. $11. $12. $13. $14. $1 IS. or $16 the pair I Seemed to him to lack the wetness smells like a rotten catfish on a Thai is the date when the Oscoola llaidware Company will cut
: Of the lakes in Minnesota.<< sandbank. It proposes not to exceedfive I '
and well worth that money we will give the buyer ONE DOLLAR. :,, Thus he growled, and snarled and: percent of the assessed valua loose fl morn all traditions and make a leduction of ten percent on (t

: wondered tion. At the maximum thin would every cash purchase of fifty cents or more al their stOI e. ',)
Why it was that the Almighty make Kissirnrnee'x share $100.000. I '
Tins oficr 'applies to everything \\e hate in slo and for whole
I,: I these goods .and other fine Ever made BO poor a country. the county the snag .
Inspect -- wear. I
'I I * sum of f2.r)0,000. The left I wing of partial list : I"
t I If : t the state has been exceedingly backward
Loafing on the highway corner ,
f: j'j't Came the baleful Southern Knocker, in coming forward for Iood"oad" GENERAL HARDWARE OILS' ;
: And he waited for the stranger at its own expense. and its assessed GUNSAMMUNITION VARNISHES i
t Fred S. Gilbert , Who had bought a lovely villa 1 valuation is only about one- ELECTRIC SUPPLIES 1'',
r. : On the outskirts of our city third that of the' eastef-n and southern .
And told l him he was cheated part of the state' Th.; u- left- BOAT SUPPLIES FURNITURE
\' State. Bank Building Phone 14 That he could not raise II turnip; wingers are able under, our i..1 h.-i!<>tei HARNESS RUGS
;. I : onstitution to control the Mate leg-
.. Could! not raise a black umbrella QUEENSWARE

......... ... .. .. ..... ..... .... ..'. I L.Hi alone a perk of Maters, '.-lature.. Thev regard, us U' merelvn PAINTS
>O. .. .--: .-.+< )N.------: >O.--+-: >O.-----r..l' >O. IOn the patch of and and! bramble- an appendage--like a dog's tail And lot of oilier tilings. .
I lie I bail purchased. for his t homestead.I o be wagged as they: wish, As tni
I :Next; h,' told of "-lug1-! ,,,1,1 beetles 1 hulk of the tttve come front, t Ili" ta'l Let's forget all about lie( national lundv thai' coming 'off u
Of the rod-buirs' and beetles mlI Ivy want t to wag us for rood : !bus4ness.Osceola .
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I , riv.iiitiesf ' net l Tuesday ai.d c'-s\olc lln-: ine gic.il! big glonoi Joy I.-
Till !IH' bad the I\ f tranger fl'ijhten.dTI'lIldnr i-o.'idx! far t themselves.' The \
: be would be devixiifd > Kifte-n and peninsula' F-'lorid' I
I REMEMBER
If ,lie Htnyed mother minute.Then -axe mostly' horn hua\ily bonded. {" i'
the Southern Knorkei churkleiAt ,mod' ronJs locally! mind the wt'ong he bad committed; ,, .>,I line io h.-ive 'this. 'di..n build< FCF. CASH ONLY
i tln bole std mind he gloated\ lie roads for the leftwingers.What : .
ii t r 1'er) the pain lie caused to others. a fount of corruptionthi- I Store opens at six o'clock A. M. .:.
* "I'.' fund, would be for our !politici''iux.ards > ,'
t Closes at ten o'clock P. M.: .
Chp, rful a1the morning, sunlight Every; legislator would<
:: (''ln1l' the (Optimist Singer! I'adito take care of his own ditiict..he l
I 1 And hl'rot those two old knocker leftwingeragainst the t'\lI. tin.rovernor .- '' -- !
e I ntoI secluded. corner. and his gang in control of I Hardware Co.DOLLARDAYDOLLARDAYBOLLARDAYDOLLARDAYDOLLARBAY

I Then be, lined his gaze upon them, Mie Highway Commission, eont 1'1\-1
tors and everybody trading .
v I willful as the eyes of I'atiguk.! I
h While they cowered in the corner roads" for political) support or somelyng -
l lr Spake his mind unto them thuswise: | more tangible! at the |-uymgteller's
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"t() you Knocker from the Northland.! cage.F'ery 'I
You'hav..' brayed your evil grouches : vote should be cast against .-

,, 14E. Like a donkey before breakfast.You the. amelidrmmt.OI.KMAN. I
have slammed our soil and climale . : SANSPL'U.; ; ::1
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Our societies, and churches.If Gee quickly relieves ConstipationI'.ilieusness : I
' loss of Appetite and
What you in do thunder not like did our you country come for l1..aclache.s. due to Torpid Liver.-adv: \ o o R. G. MINICK I

Should you chance to; travel north MACSWINEY SUCCUMBS ;t
wnrd.Wlwther I .
.. +* I AFTER 73 DAYS FAST :;10 ..J !'
: .k ;( ? daylight: or in twilight c ..J ,'.
We will shed no tears at parting." : o
Sia: tj>PMf la.'I aw I H-Wf Tr !-> * Terence MaeSwinoy.:; lord, mayor: of I > o
Then, the Optimistic Singer: (Cork died at Rrixton prison. I'on. i o Druggist .:
Spoke unto the Southern Knocker don, at 5:40: ( o'clock last Monday I o '
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words, that and list morning His death followed a hunger I
I Saying ered, stung strike of more than 7'J d'ly-. ,I r73 The :R c9& Store ;
he much follows\ i eclipsing any in the annals of the 73O Of.o
v To Those Who Take Pride Spake very us : I ,.
medical world.11ncStyiney
I"O| you Knocker of the Southland, I KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA .
(
j You are sure u slimy reptile! : who had been unconscious o

;} ; in Their Window Hangings I Hy You're the unworthy honored name to be of mentioned Cracker. .over Viis for farn'1i several" days before, ," >did his nut death.Father .' re. l. I DOLLARDAYDOLLARDAYDOLLARDAYDOLLARDAYDOLLARDAYWhile it.
minick. his nrivat" rb-.p '
You have tried and all your people' "
In this land of light and beauty lain and his brother' Joha :MaeSwiny. : the Supply Lasts {: 1
were with 1111wh'n; the end
Where your brave. and gifted forbear

There are interesting and Scratch their,, backs against the paw came.prison all Father night lominicl and did want not leon the One Dollar Safety Razor free With Earn[ One Dollar Sale ;w.:

rlt trees until several hours after MacSwineybreathed r .
-: :- very conl1 1 elsl1plays .. 14)the days when Injun warwhoopsMade his last SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3O ..
Plans are'procppdintr'for! the funeral -
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their hair stand strictly -
";; "I''V" "I of f line Curtain Laces ... ', ...*. upright government and it will Is not. interfere'with believed that the the Just recveived. fresh shipment of the best 1 and most, .,popular.; ,, candies' -

"( '* I \ '" ". You have known the- noble story 'de'. When 'OU'gj'e.candies of course',Fhe' know she';:' Le"sl the
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; Nets_ : Scrim lld MarItiisettes Yet you ,set your tongue to wagging, The body will be removed from the market: .
fol'owing !
To belittle home city. jail] to St. Catherine cathedral -
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i : ;, -also the splendid Like a thing your of! evil, omen the In"u..t. and will lie i'\ ; l.aggel4's' Fine Candle<. JotiivooH's Appreciated, Choci/latct and O d .
q state the-r until its removal to Dl.hlin #
T'f You befoul and spoil your own nest ; Les Ca-Jxn Pecan Rolls. !
it will remain' for a ,day ort I .
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1'hut's( the kind of a bird that you *
.. Standish Art I Draperies > are!" t two in the familv mansion house AT \
* The grave will be alongside that of :

i : Cretonnes and Drapery Stuod And the approving while the all silent the sayingsOf Watcher, shot"Former in Mayor Cork sometime Melustam previous, who was to I, Kissimmee's Best Drug StorePhone r

the Optimist Singer !MiicSwiney's election Other victims 3 !::

Poplins.Our 'While he slammed the sneaking if the Irish contest are buried nearby t
knockers
h { Drapery'' Department Religious- services will be conduct ,
: New Office ed. The view of the family is that -
Announcing Realty
through: his death the Lord Mayorhas o oooooo..ooooooo.oooo ..oooooooooo o. I 49;
I can supply your needs to I Miss Jessie Ely has opened an office "made a priceless sacrifice for his
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for the handling: of real estateof race and that he is now treadingthe : IrpR.S.FLOYD
"Vt best- ad van ta e. all kinds, and may be found the second l floor of the postoffu-e -- - eI
building. She is in a position to jell Will Improve New Purchase

city and country property and will Charles Bar-
Mr. and Mrs Sidney
Yowell-Drew Co. }be, pleased to make as large a listing'as ker h:1.IIITiv'd from San Francisco I I

possible. Call upon her. 40-41; and have purchased a twentyacre ..
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property about two and one- 'I Groceries and
I Orlando Florida Turkeys are native only to North half miles ,southwest of this city.-Itii m:1 .

ft ( America ______ i their intention to make from thin
.' property II' beautiful home, as well i f
Italy has Borne 4,800,000 lemon IK to work the place over into ii. inietment j I
trees, whit produce 1,200,000,000: ) Fresh Meats
'j( : that will prove a profitable/
lemons a year. ; !I
, ,1Inlf'nt.: II I Ii
;V 1e ".11'. Harl-er is well able to '.naii.'e I
; i nil his contemplated imp'oenvnts,'
+ t, '([1." conies here with high; cr-dentinls I
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__',11!! of whichI'oes to prove that: the I FOR DOLLAR DAY ONLY: -1 1f
family will make u valuable: acqui.si I Ilion i
: to Kisaimm'-e. So well pleasedure

the new residents with the refused'nrobnects -I I I $ 27 Ban Arrow Borax Soap - _ _ _ _ _$1.00
1 that they have already $

two offers to purchase the propertyat 10 cars No. 2 Tomatoes _ _ _ _ _ 1.00) .
'. a figure: showing a pleasing: increase I 1.
I r t IS'I over the buying price. 5 Pkgi. Fresh Evaporated Apples'------- 1.00
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If you can't boost, don't. knock.
Phone 176 302 Broadway

A GOOD FRIEND I

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A need.good! Ki friend"simmee stands people by: you tell whenin how <0 <0 4......,.'" 0.. II<0 0(....o..oeo-,..Y4e 0-0 44G>O>-"" .o ..0 0.0 4 0 0... ._

/ ) Dollar Day in Kissimmee Joan's. "nt. ]M Kidney Cosmer Pills, retired have farmer stood! the of -I .a
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j 'eight;0t! Mnlibette years ago St.and, endorsed Hfrain: .."nfirm''h. Uoari's) I Are Now ShippingSweet 'I

.. Htory. Could you ask for morel' I Petitoes and new Syrupin CITY I

onvincinjf; testimony ? roe-I I barrels in car loads and less j ,
Saturday October 30 "'I 1 feel justified in j'v'n'; '* rrT oar ]loads.Wite u. for I prices '
,mmendation; for I>olln'" Kidney Pills
MEA
MI'ZELI -EYANS COMPANY; ; MARKET
for I know they are lust a* represented. f
Iw .. I I." says :\1 r. Cosmer. "I used Live Oak. Fla.
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11,1 complaint and backache
them for kidney 7J
i 5 f-2 yards .16-inch Unbleached Muslin $..00 and have/ been greatly benefited ; Fresh Mea and .

+ 4 1-2 yards ;)O- 1H..h Bleached Muslin |.00 by thorn. "I arn glad to (give this j' 5 NOTICE.The t tI

g ALL SHOES FROM $5 UP WILL BE REDUCED ON DOLLAR DAY FROM $1 TO $1.50 PER PAIR n"o-sement.On) March 2fi, 1)1R!) Mr. Cosmorsai !, Board of County Commissioners VegetablesPhone II
- -- I of I loan's Kidney Pills now a" Ballot Boxes for General; Election
We will have bargains in all Departments of our store, including j when I endorsed them before. Theygave November '.', ID'JO! : up and including I 44
c me absolute relief at that time t the I 9th!'! day of (October.All ,: f
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L! Shoes Dry Goods and Notions. "
I continue to recommend them. Bids to be delivered to J, L.
land Price t fiOc., at all dealers. L v.n't Overstreet Clerk.\ .. :

itl H. C STANFORD COMPANY I( simply auk for a kidney remedy-(fet A. F. Buss' Chairman, Rub-My-Tism !is a great pain killer. p
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Attest: J. L._Overstreet_Clerk.. 4:>-2t It relieyes pain and soreness caused S'
"1., I Mr. Cosmer had. Foster-Milburn Co, : I by Rheumatism Neuralgia Sprains, /Il) r
k Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y. I i II Quit your knocking etc.-adv'.J yCa :fn

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CLUNY LACEWONDERFUL ONE LOT MEN'S CAPS _

1,'' VALUES SOME REAL VALUES CHILDREN'S SWEATERS Loaf Sleeve, AaUe Length. APRON CHECK GINGHAMS I

: I. All Size. Excellent Values ,
20 YARDS FOR $1.09 YOUR CHOICE FOR $1.00 Values Up To $3.50 ..
,\ PRICE PER GARMENT, $1.00 FOUR YARDS FOR $1.00CHILDREN'S

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". 1 COATS' SEWING COTTON YELLOW HOMESPUN BEST QUALITY OUTING :

" All Sixes. 26 Inches Wide. DRESS GINGHAMS 29 Inches Wide : PLAIN AND FANCY SOCKS

; WHILE IT LASTS HEAVY WEIGHT- V 27 Inches Wide. SURPRISING VALUES HERE i SOc Qualities

13 SPOOLS FOR $1.00 FIVE YARDS FOR $1.00 4V YARDS FOR $1.00 THREE YARDS FOR $1.00 t THREE PAIRS FOR $1.00 i ii


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during wakeful and sleepful because he desires it to come his As the car was in the; creek how to raise a bunch of turks to the I GET YOUR VOTE READY
hours, it my has been gnawing and I way. 'A man will vote his sentiment could the l engine be "hot ?" And if lurking; age than it does to scramble The just-ending campaign
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TANK Knocking at vitals; and now -but he'll place his money on the the gasoline tank leaked ho'v come an egg. The natural history editorof Reminds me very forcibly :
TAPPING TIHHOlJGuT I'll spring it.my List very with bated (also side that his good cense adviseR And ; that stuff didn't float away on Jhc the Lakeland storm-center of information Of the charge to the jury I
baited) breath)0: \ your Christmas before another IHSUO of The Gazette surface of the stream ? Ardf; the seems to have confoundedthe Made in the late Abe
hopptng early! appeaiM the national ''press will be car was in the water how was it "possible poult business 'with the processof :' By Justice-of-the-Peace Ryan, ..
Hy THOHN :t :--X-1 t telling how the thing "happened that that the vehicle "\Va- practically promulgating jack-rahhita or Belgian In Plankinton South Dakota.*
hares Yamum. It was a case-
I I Could Not Say way. burned up ? And he item was
Here's, betting that there's not one :t t-x- t: not written as a joke-but as a tale t t-X-: t tOne Where a boardinghouse keeper'
Some Have Th UtellemBYou 1 Sued a man "for his keep.
PoKHibly 1"" All Right of woe. -
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woman in the entire country Job That Pays
young interested
nut.
I'm the
all
tell 'em, almond; a gift an ankle- The DeLand Record tells of a gar X 1 stated from Wash- Knowing parties
who would accept as a :t :t- : It is officially
\ I ::-X-:1: :t: I couldn't blame the boarder
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who has been
And Shimmy" A Hit I length fur cloak--unless there was a age-man, probably Bring Grouch ';N'/ Everything ington that "no official of this government For refusing to pay +
!' I'lqviae that she might: delete the making f fixing rattles the Orlando R"porter-Star would presume to pry into
I'd like to hear some "old 1 songs"; whocrecently Says : For that brand of board-
south end of it a couple of feet. Anyway on e cars killed a rattlesnake the baggage of foreign diplo-
some sweet gossoon; When you come to Orlando any Nor could I place blame
(, But Sung don't by know "' 1"d have to use it wouldn't look just right to that was six feet long and to spend the winter, be matic officer," who may come herewith Upon the pleading proprietorFor
you of had thirteen rattles. This account
", tune? have it come below the balance sure to leave your grouchat. a thirst, and I can see where of the mazuma
new-stvie rag-time wanting some
Some tt-X-II:: :: I her garmenture, would it, now ? I'll\ wouldn't have been so had in itself' home and a royal wel- I these incoming officials are going to For what that critter had eaten. }
!if die Record hadn't said, editorially,
with the entire
it wouldn't be popular
',. any come awaits you. mightly the
In
When Chalk It lTp, -- I I charging jury
That's all right, billiard cue; take I t t-X-t: :1 in the same issue of the paper: That's all right for Orlando-l>ut I rooter of the United' States. Yas- Justice! Ryan spat three times ;
from Oh. I Don't Know One thing about bootlegwhiskey when you come to Ki .imraee bring; sum. "Baggage" can be construedas Then made a long harangue.
: a tip me. I Says the Orlando Reporter-Star: it's jest as hard on grouch ('rlongI'm anxious to I luggage--amf "luggage": can. consist I kke this-
t :t:--X-:t: :t I: your lie ended much
the book it in
One of the stmnge things pocket as on I Saw of boxes parcels, cases, 5'
Not In Condition see how long\ it will last. a man a as many Provided my memory works well: --
the
"oW saws in this world ii how few stomach. day or two with a grouch. He was and barrel as the poor foreigner th'
write ; ago "Gintilaiin
av jury:
It's an easy job to I kisses needs. after he It is. just. barely possible that the I have him
Hand in t"pmes-I'II fit 'em ; a man from Connecticut! -and the grouchwas can afford to buy or !given ".4.v beloive th' wor-r-ds
,I,, Some chickens your will never cross the has been married fifteen word "imagination" would have been the aftermath of a two-day hant on the other side., I can see where "Av ye the' I'yer f'r th' diftnse t
I
t added if thM editor had known how
j road years.It for a flat where he oould put has. I'll make some money as soon as I "Ye'll acquit th' mon; it
After a honk-honk's hit 'em! all depends on whose kisses tlfev to spell it. furniture and stay all winter. I can be understudy for one of those "A v ye beloive th' ter-r-rms _.
:' t :*-j -:jf: : I are-and how they are obtained.don't :t t-x-t t didn't blame him for the sorry look viiks.! If those foreigners can work "Used b' th1 1'yer 1
I'll 1
Draw The Line
To Beauty I you know. I ve never noticed -but after I'd been talking with himfer that way I think it will be all right "F'r th pro-say-coo-tioa
$ Pertaining
i You keep your beauty and any marked depreciation in the de (The association for "cheaperClothing" ten minutes he commenced to for Congressman Sears to ship a few "Y'H give him thre-e-e yeas: ; '.,.f. I
I"'i, health may, unless you de.trey them mand-but then I've not been around asserts that all garmentsare grin; like a che sey-cat. It gets right( ber'U of homemade packenham to "But av ye're loike me, /. , ,. ". N. !fi
your to be made of suit
or discourage them to stay very much., soon paper- into a man's system direct from the Waahiagton-merely to show that "An' knaw them' there 1'yers':"',, t3
jrosrfcelf,
f them illSirWillilam t t-X-tt: : of that character being manufactured atmosphere, Yep-bring the grouch Florida' has some considerable diver thlm .
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ii with' by using "As Oi knaw ., : >,
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'. you Temple A Falsehood That's' Untrue so as to be sold at. very Jew prices. to Kissimmee--erlong with the balance sky of products, so to .speak. "Ye'll -a4ica-fuU weD t"' .J, :,

t"{ I;' .- t ::-X-t t I The Lakeland Advertiser tells of a I'm Press Dispatch). collars. -and of the family. I thank you.t :I: t::-X- :t "They're both dommed liars-
: nominee willing to wear
it published which one paper
letter in.
'Or A New Malt reaa untrue. tiea, : :I: X-t :I: A lnU About Th' Butt "An ye'ft use y'r good sense!I"

r -Au new townsite in Polk county is the utter'"branded falsehood as absolutely circulated" about And a nice paper shirt might: do. Turkeys Take Time - I The Melbourne Times in telling + "5

to carry the naree of kaow Hesperjdes.how to him. I presume it is se seldom that I sirs; Says the lakeland Telegram: about a naughty bull and a frightened Tare have way been many speakers l:
Half the folks will not an "utter falsehood" is "absolutely And of fine paper socks, with reinforced According to the Times- man says: about the countryDont -- ,
Traveling
l it--end the other half will "Thorn of Palm And. but for the sawf-4
pronounce untrue" the edrtor thaught it worthy heels, Union ,
I think it is the title of some newfangled of special comment. Of course there I I might take a dozen or two, sirs; Beach Post fame, is signalizing horns this tale might have you think. TYalSUlR 3

r. breakfast food. .1'11 say they are other ways of being a bit more I And a hat and a vest made of paper his connection with been written" tragedy. As it 1 thank ,
trill. I the editor was too' might work- The Ki Hiramee Gazette: by was, his pants were torn you
mphatio-but
1 s t: : -X-t 1: much of a gentleman to use any jbf But here I assert and 1 vow, sirs, urging the people of that and the skin torn the length 664 cures Malaria. Chill and Fever ",ti.
I) .. Making A Huge Circle them. Selah. Though I'd wear beeveedees manufactured prosperous locality to raise of his leg. Then his bovine- -- Bilious Fever Colds and Lav- !",
'." I Many a daily paper is. still carrying Wife"- t :t-x-t t I l from pulp more turkeys. The advice is ship was towed by a Fond Grippe. It kills the parasite that

. that "Revelations of A making And Do It Now I swear I'll not wear paper trousers good, Bad timely. Thanksgiving to the liven, where he was causes the fever. It is a splendid .J,, t'f .
it
.tuff-or propaganda. A" is rd- In giving some .good advice to an day is almost .here, _. ,., fghieyr) plaoedi: b?*idL' -, laxend genera -o..ToDIc. .Aags.r. ,"
i the rounds so strenuously. tie J"l" l >a aa,.Gtgw'ea, says: ,:. -..-,-. it-x- t and the'Vkfilbfe' resource for \ :> -
f. suggest that it be headed 9Reyel.anw' ,jjwariati! and ants." And I'd add NeedM A Proof-Reader celebrating that festival are Just why the bull was wearing Apparently the bakers are experimenting ,
/ :. lions of A Wife." That would help to Wax that worms timely hint: "Wax 'em so I'm of the opinion that the stateN scarce and expensive. Time pants while gadding about the city and will achieve the ...- .t'S

;M1 j --a. little bit, anyway.t heavy that they can't move." Wax >ard of health needs. a man who cam web when the ordinary faro 'I'm sure I don't know. The question pocket-sized loaf soon. '.f,
t - +tt I arises right here: does a ball wear ,.
I the worms, and wax 'em right; wax I actually spell! correctly to give the lily\ could compromise on a
01 Course It Isn't hen but these trousers on all fQur limbs or other- This Means You
crawl from sight use once over to its advance circulars goose or a '
4. No, Annie, the scarcity of newsprint 'em ere they if think that' beetI ; -*- In the latest document I found three I fowls have taken their seats wise? | If "otherwise" why didn't When you get: up with a bad taste I
!' has nothing at all to do with hot wax you is the they'll "opertuaities" for improvement I; in the gaHaxy of unattainable the Times say so? But any bull in your mouth, a dull tired feeling,
the high price of "paper"-shell pecans. I the hotter it sooner wandering around Melbourne or vicinity no relish for food and are constipated -
all
while busy with th' wax- and one case where the spelling was luxuries. By means,
I'd sooner believe that it was rest; you're should.- I'd wear ,' you may know that you need a
then let the raise suppose
skip the festive not exactly "propper" for the "pub- country t'
there was being used noMuch ing-plant by no means if he felt the need of. cov- dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They
because and do it "trousers
ant if lack ants to use. all :ick. Every little bit helps. more turkeys, ;
J cardboard in making the soles ; you J x quick. ering Ms limbs-pants costing less .
wax, notify me-111 send four I : -J t: movement f.
ef canvas shoes Uh-huh. your Truth In Advertising' Well, I'm encouraging the work than six dollars-and trousers being _,

:t t-X-t:: t I sacks! :t t-X=.- :t I I Notwithstanding;, the gfove'nment all right; but the Telegram seems to the garments of the same character invigorate the stomach and improve 'f
above that How como* tM digestion._;__
time "n"tinO' mum
It
:; They'll Think So. Too I That'll Be Plenty insists upon advertising which is not think that requires. no more_ _ . -- 7
''f A Chicago couple, who seem to According to the Lakeland Star in the least deceptive 1 can make my u. .
have spent the greater portion ef I the officials of Polk county have ordered affidavit that I bought some "bine o oo oooo.O. oooo OOt OO.ooo .t O OOOO.O O.OOOO.oottOOttOtOOO "

their married life scrapping, have printed 19,002 ballots for title karo" and it wasn't blue, some "red .- a
I reunited for the thir election of Tuesday-there being karo" and it wasn't rod, and some
"' tenth time. Fve always stuck to it 9,500 registered voters in that coun- : "green karo" and it wasn't green. I

.' there was something sorter unca.IY ty. I presume those extra "2" bal- have therefore concluded that the
I '_ abort that thirteen business I lots are to be used to check up the "iamufncti'r' either! mar'-'od' in' Don't Watch Kissimmee Grows
p. t :t-X-t: t prohibition votes It is to be hoped the Ananias family-or the whole

;' Careful Mm; Be Careful nt' I hat before lone: it will be l learned I bench of em are colorbLilld.till 1
Says the Arcadia Enterprise: I hat the prohibition, issue is gone- I right? Which ? I thank you. s 9
\ Dressed chickens at the .Ithough there are still a few in f t t-x-t t I
i Palace Saturday Florida who are very anxious to continue Better'n 2.75 (Percent Teo ._ Come and Grow With Us! -

}'j I don't know who dressed the to make their riving off the agitation After working a photographic art-
what charged for rst for weeks the Saint Petersburg -
chickens-nor was of the subject| : some '
," admission; but I'm willing; to wager :1 :t-X- :t . chamber of commerce has sent i.l
the fellow, had a full house What hf'r' Mean Talk a man to interview the film firms of wonderful future now is the time to buy proper- I a
has
X : the north and this representative Kissimmee a ; '
:. :t t- -:: t Says the Orlando Reporter-Star:
Made Long Wedding! Trip Money is beginning to talk 'told' those folks that "there were ty. We have a few REAL BARGAINS in City Homes, Gloves and Farms \fSBBBBBBBVBBMBBBBBBMB i i
:3500 beautiful stills in the vicinityof
The VfiIll ton Progress beads a again and the shining shekels a ,
4 I ; -, nvedding ndtice "Gornto- u1livan." rake in the necessities of that city. The-word "beautiful"was BBI
the folks should have life. sarperfluous in that oase-as all .- .

t{ Just why to Sullivan, which is located I'm not so sure as to the talking, stills are beautiful in a certain 10 acres ud two Iota sa tow fer_. __________________________$ 450.80 T
...;,:. --- "gone Santa Rosa county, three hundred 'yet I have heard for some months !I sense; and, as a general thing they'

": miles In away-and over some rough the doleful\ souad of money at is are spoken of as 'a humdinger,"" and 40 acres .. she brick read, de*. ia____-___________ ________ 1000.00 g
roads is more than I can figure out; I hummed "Good Bye, My Lover, Good I IYo' "soclcdola er," "a peg-whacker, and
f but I-really hope they had a nicetime. Bve"-occaslonallv interspersed with "an undertaker's aid. But with such' 6-room house ee lot 145x185 some fm>L________-__ ____-___ 1200.00 4
'J I thank "What C o inr To Do When Th' an inducement to the fraternity I
f t : yo.Xt tBecoming : Rent Comes Erroun'?" If there has haven't the slightest doubt that Plastered aad painted 6-rooja home, besatifel lowers and assortment I

Awful TiresomeI been any real talking whisper.I'm Yassum.t sure it. visit there'll Pete's be many saintly producers city in the of films very of fruit, rood lot, eat rare city bargain__________. 1600.00 r
to me as a
are I came
how
know many persisting
# don't "Confessions t-X-t: t near immediate. I'll say they'll come.
those
in reading :t I: t: -X-t t
aerial in DoubleHeaderFrom
"i 1. Of A Bride"publications running; but as I'm a frank in I Playing the A claims made by the managers - Story Doesn't Mesh Terms on nearly all of our properties. Come in and look over our
I !+ many of both I like to read a well-written local. *
t I've been noticing of the campaigns parties -
" asserting that long that in every issue I I' am confident that both James Here's one from the Plant City Courier lists. A square deal to all.Allen' .
for
'them so
; t I'm looking for the announce-- 'M. Cox and Warren G. Harding: will ; It tells of an automobile that ,
r now marriage be elected president at the voting: dashed off/ a bridge into a creek. The
_.1 ', of ment the of"bride's"the forthcoming youngest daughter! I contest next Tuesday Either that I owner, unhurt, sought a nearby : FoSdick Manager E. A. Strout Farm AgencyMY
assistance in ,
will be the case-or someone is paIRing house to obtain gettingthe

r' T 41h-huh. :t 1-X-t:: t I the buck upon the general pub car out of the creek. When the REFERENCES: Seventeen Satisfied Buyer ia Four M....* '.
"I found that
lic. There used to be years-in times two returned it was "gas
11'.; t I Hate To Say It since departed-when these oline had run from the tank on to
like to long
.i';} ;; Here is something that been I'd haunt- j "claims" were believed by the masses I a hot engine! a fire had followed, und
'; y 'ret off mv mind. It haa of oft- ; but in this present day no man ,the car was totally c'f'm"llihed.! ootooo.t 4QtM844400 1id40 f00000d0400000-04080i .Or 41b0 .4Yl :
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yt\! _tics" ing known me happiness like a grim; it has Worried me. is going to bet on a result merely 'That's pretty; good, don't you think T tO .tOOO 'ot l I)' i _. j1::


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: :,.,. in Kissimmee, so, in addition to numerous "ONE DOLLAR" bargains'on that t,


throw immense stock of Hardware Paints, Stoves, Refrig- j
\: . day, we are going to our ,


r erators Etc. wide open at a sweeping discount of ;

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Best
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.ii:' We will; have a table loaded with ONE[ DOllAR bar- .-


a: ft;i WINCHESTER[ [ sums[ ) $1 QO Pocket Knives gains for the lady shoppers and WE SAY ;


,I \ All Guages and Loads I, .1 Per Box there wjll\ be some bargains" I:


t worth from $1.00 to 2.50 ,' Cut Glass \) Worth !t
up 00
flash LightsL-Your Choice $1. 0 0 Each( Aluminum
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; '>l 10 Per Cent Off on Winchester and Remington Guns, Each Pans \ $2.00 111 ;

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and Hunting Coats
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To Prove Their Prowess at State *
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I' f"I ;'I", : ;Port Tampa Man Say TanUc Ha ,

.' Put Him In the Very Pink of j

i Condition n ,ntYS'A lCUL1UD ,,
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medicine, for I have given it a fair ws
a it has in my case ,
trial and proved
j j >, that it will do the work," declared
3 Robert Greene, of Port Tampa, Florida Vo'I You are cordially invited lo visit our store on

recently
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P ,: of Tnnlac I had been inan awful I Saturday October 30---Dollar Daywhen
run-down anti weak condition due to .
overwork and not netting enough mentioned for One Dollar. I
others
,'? fleep. My nerves seemed to be on, I we will sell live following articles with a good many not
n H the edge: all the time and just kept

r me restless"back on and me upset.and I My couldn't appetitewent eat Linoleums price now $1.50\ per square yard on that date __ ____ _________--__--------_$1.00

t j enough to keep my strength.order and Mv C. 36-inch wide Hall Rugs, price now $1.50 per yard on that date------------------- 1.00
stomach was all out of ex ____________ 1.00
several times I had acute attacks of i ir Duplex 27-inch wide Hall Rugs price now $1.50 per yard, on that date____ .
"+ indigestion. My liver was sluggish I r i
,. and I had to be always taking some I ,
1 thing! I was simply all in and just e b y I We will also give One Dollar off on every $10.00 purchase of anything in our store on that
I didn't have energy ""+I' :1.:. :"Y.Pi: tt'I.L1C. w
felt that I any p "' t 1
I and Kitchen Furniture, Stoves Ranges, Etc., and will
Q Jacksonville. Over 125.000 boy. and calf clubs, boy,' Judging contest date. We have a complete line of Household:
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left."One of my friends! recominendo I .' ,' canning club time when in need ol anything in our line.
4 s about a month ago. and over 76,000 girls are engaged In Boy and girl be glad to have you call on us any
Tanlac to me much to the ptesent .as
I took it just to see what it woulddo and Girl. Club work In the South. It Is l not so that Florida Yours for Lower Prices,
+ in my case. Well,. I can say it has They produced more than six milliondollars' to the coming generation of her I
done everything 1 expected and even worth of products last year! must look for the realization
;: r, 1 call myself in the fond hopes for future development audprogress. !
more, and today A pretty good record. C. H. GRANTHAM
r : very pink of condition. I want to One of the mean of furthering this It Is. therefore, of the utmost \
be eating all the time now, and everything encouragement offered Importance that boys and girls
work t Is the
i appetite calls for digests that were' denied The Satisfactory Store. -
i my advantages
and girls by the Florida State I be given
boys
and I never have any
properly certain extent tho
and to a
"( bad effects at alt My nerves are Fair, to be held this year at Jackson. the past .
g\\ rood and strong, _and.1 sleep sound ville., Nov. 1827. present generation.The
all night lonr. My, strength and energy A department has been set aside for State Fair l Is encouraging them I
'k4!' ; have come back and I put in fh8 boys' and girls' club work and liberal through material reward and honorary __ - __ __ n_ __ __ - --- --- --- -- - ---------
foil time at work every day no-w. offered. .Thes consist effort in the -
production
; J': :: premium. are mention to greater the size and bap
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fine shape is
in what
me !game
,': Tanlac has put of cash-and ribbons and are offered of better crop better livestock Those who de
for be taken
< the any which
same
will do may
f ,"" \ "" J believe that it gives it fair trial" for the best displays by the boys and better"food. Help the Fair sire' to post themselves can secure Kill That Cold With
,, J.'J" man ,
't Tanlae Is sold lmmee by J. and girls poultry clubs of Florida; ,. copies of the state game laws at the ..aL '
j:, 'ifIJ.;jr.' Z. Roberson and Central Drug Store boys' corn clubs, peanut _clubs, pig' boost the boys and girl county judge's office, where they
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\1 the St. Cloud .. license to hunt.
must secure
and In St. Cloud by - -- --- 'Ll.: f fI
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t - '1 ness profitable. Oareola! county is OUT.SEASON HUNTING I by a rubbing application of
;Z OSCEOLA Q01JNTY TURKEYS well adapted, in climate and the accessibility RESULTS IN TROUBLE Ballard' Snow Liniment. It relieve
WOULD PROVE MONEY-MAKERS of foods needed, to the I, tenderness and strengthens the CASCARA gy QUININEFOR
I raising of turkeys, and 'the experiments I Efforts of good: sportsmen to puta joints. Three sizes 30c, 60c and '
t I' in
made will result bottle. Sold by Roberson1
Gazette recently shooting out of season $1.20 per
4' The Kissimmee Valley work. stop to game ** I I t&&tfa&
that number of farmers in'' others taking up the important are meeting with results. A Pharmacy. ANDColds
a
y :' that pays section are undertaking to Tai Jacksonville--Times-Union.--- I group of local sportsmen recentlyemployed Owing to the war-time scarcity of Coughs "MTOMV L Grippe .
,! turkeys, and this should certainly Con tlpatlon. a detective to secure arrests -' chicken food, the birds of Denmarkwere .
tid law,,,
prow profitable, provided the matter Most laxatives and cathartics afford I I of violators!! of the game: fed with a substitute consistingof Neglected C-lds are Dangerous
:' if. taken seriously and the efforts particulaifeatures are only temporary relief and says the T+rmpa Tribune. mussels found along the coast. Take no CbaDC_ Keep this standard remedy handy rorhe first -.... is
tl made to understand for that The alleged: violators were arraignbefore' -
should be used only purpose.
of this important branch of relief I ed United States Commission The KafOr wife must employ a Breaks up a coia in 24 hourR.Il.v.s
that tur When yd.o want permanent her In 3 days-C-iceilent! for HeadacheQuinine
of
poultry farming. It seems! Chamberlain's Tablets and be er Cone. yesterday and held under different language from that Grippe
a"I'' keys are particularly troublesome. careful take to observe the directions with I bond for action of the grand jury. husband and must never refer to him in this form does not affect th. bud-CaMara is best Tonic
when.they can be brought are William Rhode of this Laxadv*-No Opiate in Hill's. '
; and yet each package. These tablets not on- They by name.
maturity there is always a good the accused of shooting ducks out
I city
to but
bowels
demand for them, and at a highprise. ly appetite move the and strengthen improve the diges of season, and Oscar Leon, accusedof We are proud of the confidence have doctors ALL DRUGO'STS SELL IT >>
\ The Gazette tells of the experiences shooting! doves out of season.< druggists and the public .
11'i of some who have undertaken tion. Rhode gavel bond in the sum of $500 in 666 Chill and Fever Tonic.-adv. \ .",
x raise turkeys in that section and Leon.ln the sum of $200. Both I -- ,
to the matterof .
singular omission in of water contains -------"'
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d while it is somewhat of duck and doves are protected i '
and is the failure there
r yjp\ doubt if thee legal formalities I one grain of gold; at this rate One-fourth of the silk produced ia ,
determined the
first no the migratory bird act. < is Ito) put
'at the United States to in then Hvnryj, (
of of gold
.0 .. will continue they will the laws I The hunting season, open. November are 60,000,000,006 tons (China ia to1'' the United State,
farmer sent
.. i'do. provide for notifying a presidentelect II | ford ia afford. ", .; }:
3. % ./be: trick of tbea, only' lately busl- of his election., i I 20, with certain restriction a* to .

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NURSING :SERVICE-IS STATE PRESS COMMENT MAKING WAR ONDISEASEJENACE ,


i : ; Both: Windows Are Full RAPIDLY"'EXPANDING OPONGAZETTECHAN E :THE. BICYCLE SHOP I

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\ This American Red Cross Work L. Thorndyke, who has' beenon .
the editorial stiff of the Palm American Red Cross Announces WILL.
Flourishing In Small! Towns Beach Post for several years, has OFFER" ,
accepted a position in The Klssim- Budget of' $4a200,000For ; ',
" Throughout Country. mea Valley Gazette; The Gazette is
fortunate In securing the services of Current Year, [cJastjfor71ONE

.', such an' able write.-r-New Smyrna I __ _
. afore than 87,000 graduate nnreea Breeze.

have been enrolled In the American i INEW DISASTER RELIEF PLAN .
Bed Cross to date and Its departiaent : General Congratulations

II't of nnrslng tidally Increasing this ea- : We were afraid something would I .
vy
a11 happen to Thorn if he ventured too Continuance ef H. Work Abraad
,"\ I rollment. far into the winds of the interior; .
'j, 5)i Tbe departmrat of nursing has beeaauthorised and we told him so when he wan her Deemed Neoeseary to Protect

,' to maintain an adequate last week; but we are dad, indeed United 6Ut.e--431,000.000
that he fell into such hands DOLLAR OFF
reserve of aoraes for tbe army and ( : friendly Leae Than Last Year.
navy. It will continue te aopply the I at Kissimmee. Not -only does The ON. EACH PAIR TIRES 4
I Gazette need him, but we all need -
needs of the United States Public
I him in this territory-to help boost relief
,'i'i'i SINKING OUR PROFITSTO
Health Service to which It baa assigned I i our cross state road and other projects A program of and service toward -
'i I: which' appropriations of $.a., PLEASE CUSTOMERSJ.
more than 1.OCX nurses .la the that are of mutual interest to
(I i last year.It I I Melbourne, St. Cloud and Kissim- \J2OO.OOO have been mad baa been outlined

.:J' will assist la establishing mecWe are with you Thorn, and for the American Red Cross for
; Cut Glaze Silver Jewelry and Leather Goods. Actual Value! in .nursing service la foreign countries proper wish you all kinds of luck. We also |lb. d.ca) year July 1. 19UO. to July 1. J. W. WYNN, Proprietor ,
The Gazette
congratulate its
.:: Many of There Articles Reaches $5 where tbe American Red Cross has ... rood fortune securing your upon servo 1021. according to official announcement 105 Broadway

ganised hospital, dispensaries and ices..-Melbourne Times by national headquarters of the
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W. E. SANDERSON COMPANY schools for .u....., e u..... In home (organisation at Washington. The fig-

,,1) hygiene and care of the sick have been Will Miss Him lure for 1920-21 ere.431,000.000 below

, (Incorporated) started for thousands af women who W. L. Thorndyke, who did much jthoaa of 191&-20, la which $ ,4UIOOO
toward making the Palm Beach Post
:1 Jewelers and Optometrists have never received any education with the (was spent '
: popular boys of the State CUT PRICE ON
tAM direction. Rural nursing which press has moved to Kissimmee to be Important among the Items of the {

r; 26 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE | I was ta Ite Infancy! a short while ago connected with the staff of The Val- >>ndg t for the present year Is the appropriation

.,f has been put ahead at least decade ley Gazette. The Palm Beach Post of $81,500,000 for relief In

" ': l e > eMM>< W"0"C"0>* FPM through the work of the department will miss him and readers of the foreign lands, which Includes 11000. TIRES
Post will miss from that his
- . of nursing and local: Red Cross "Lnft Night's:: Thoughts.1'paper- Plant pOO la purchased supplier oo band andp.t

Ii I chapters. City Courier.Oh distributed.Must l
Public health naming has been extended Protect United States.

to many rural communities and There Are More Men This will enable tbe American Red ,

1 The Ladies' Shop. .I Jf, now nourishes actively la hundreds of has Thorn gone, of to the Kissimtm-e.Palm Bench He mighthave Post, Cross to continue Its humanitarian effort \

. small towns and ('oonll_ Nearly a farther to aid stricken peoples to re-estsb-
gone and fared worse, SATURDAY OCTOBER 30
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thousand efficient nur.es have already but the Post will never be the sumo) (klsh themselves, to fight! the disease epljlemlcs -
been assigned to this kfnd of work. I -Fort Pierce. News-Tribune. which threaten many countries

(' MRS. ROGERO, Manager The department of nursing I. uniting pod to efface largely the remainingfraces ONLY30x3
wltb other organizations In a ,ear'. Thin Is A Fact
of he( blight left by the World
fOR THE ONE DAYSaturday campaign In recruiting nurses for I "Thorn" ( W. L. Ti! .>rn 1 writer
; I II! special' on The Ki simm<" >
training' """"01.. In educating the
Kfn- : (/::/' lit', is receiving ninny comp'i-' DS physical sanitation :an a large scale 30x31/g-------------------- 17.00
a i I oral! public aa to standards. of >
nursing
I J' meutifrom, the P< ii-il Pushers' Un that will have s direct: bearing on future -' 32z3--------------------' 21.00

': October 30 j I education reeposrali.lJlty.toward and In| showing eornmunttle.their schools of. inn thnt.. I in- riiinbow.ltisbs l look He like returns nnOKei'chobee conditions In America. 31x4 __ __ __ _ __ __ ____ 24.50

: The firs 1 fi\e ladies who\ *hall D nursing. It win\ endeavor to went nil thanks this'erway: Central Europe, lliu chief' sufTerer 32x4 _______ __ __ _ ______ 28.00 v

.f\ customers on Saturday will 'I these. needs as well an to continue the The, ,p.e--, thiouvjtit! : the flat from the conflict, today Is facing'' no 33x4 _ _ ___ uuuu__ 29.00 4
prove enrollment of dietitians' who mill l h. -. I"1 del other wider of famine pestilence, and
tl e' .ems In mined to tell it t
34x4. ___ _ ___ 30.00
i be given an opportunity lo secure D I utilized us InHtriK'tors' In home dietetIca. w.tli:) flowcis." All I need now 'is ', ruin. Typhus decreased much during uuu u

j for one dollar an elegant pair of In developing nutrltlonHl el'niea, p ii of ,slipperi) with rosettes on 'cm the sunUner\ months where last winter 10' o9'on all tubes

Silk Hose valued al $2.50. f. I and In supplying, dletltlBim for the and I'll feel like the ()Juee-i, o' tin (It had Its greatest. stronghold, but phy. 4
t United Slates' 1'uhllr Health Service Max.iTitusville. :Stnr-Advoriilc; ( .
\ and the civilian liospltalH. I| ,- !plclitns who Investigated 1 the situation Lester Alford Vulcanizing! Shop
1 THE LADIES'I SHOP I The Nursing Strylce will continue to "THORN" PRAISES lit the. hehest of the League| of Ked .

(Cross Societies have glveb their unqualified 107 BROADWAY
offer to women and young girls the CO-OPERATION
} I opportunity of Hecurlng Instruction In | opinion that this coining win

home hygiene and care of the sick In ter will see a recurrence, on an un
From( the Florida Grower, Tamnn ) -
-- ... . every community In the country Thl.Inlltru'tlon recedented: scale. The Ked Cross
} x-----: : :, { :{: ,: ( I'MitoiV Note--l'rom time 101 tim' "
>G3'titi45
: 4tr'rrri0'4'4<:':- +
ti4 }p.}{ ---x--< :->fiwM
t has not only laid the foundation1
,
nearlyvery newspaper' in Florid feels It must continue preventive mens
I t I for public heiflth/ bet In someplace carries some idea of highly intelligent urea abroad to keep this and other HOW DOCTORS '; ]
has given Impetus to the entshllnhment thought, often quaintlyp hrascd ,
deadly melodies from the United
1 Saturday t of hospitals and community and credited, "Thorn in the Palir
QO school houses."An Bi-ai'h) Post." The writer of these b lat.1I. TREAT COLDS

a community profits by the work W. 1 I.. Thorndyke, whose daily! teal Million. for Work at Homes:'
ef the nurse" says Miss Clan D. uinn in that paper under the title of When the disease was sweeping Cen.tral -
October 30 No,... director: of the department of "Last Night's Thoughts," has been Europe last winter the American AND THE FLU]

j nursing, "It Is logical that the community perhaps the most widely read and Red Orosa, with the aid of tbe govern-
1.,
r ; should he aroused-to Its responsibility. keenly appreciated bit of newspape' jtnents of afflicted nations,undertook tbe
I The American :Red Crass work in the state. Recently "Thorn" Bgbt| against It. Hospitals were estabjllshed First Step in Treatment Is a Brisk

i. h.: A Window stand ready te help In a general campaign printed his thoughts about cooperative wherever possible and food and Purgative With Calotabi, the }
{ marketing and the Florida Citrus
of recruiting and roust have the Exchange and this is what he clothing: were distributed to tbe. on- Purified and Refined Calomel ,
T, SAS' of support sympathy and understanding.ef said:) ; dei-nourlshed populations\ ). who by ress : Tablets that are Nausea.

the medical profession aa well as 1\ This ia not an advertisement Idon't ; n .f tb.lr 'undernourishment were I less,. Safe and Sure.'
AS' the Intelligent co-operation 0( the carry such things in this col. 'easy prey to lb. epidemics. Where 'f

:: REALDOLLAR people at large." umn. I wish to say however, that Disorganization contributed last year Doctors have found by experience
I have been'reading' the'series of excellent I ''t.-.... great Inroad mad. by the dlsjeaae that no medicine for eolds and Influx
' I HOME SERVICE OR I advertisements that have been "y virtue of Its knowledge of tb. enza can be depended upon for full effectiveness .
appearing in the Post, and I am idlsease and the presence of well established until the liver is made thoroughly
ls S BARGAINS EVERYBODY IN NEEDDo fimly impressed with the worth and hospital centers, the Amerl- active. That is why the first;
eQ merit of the Florida Citrus ExchanKe. ,can Red Cross this year win undertake step in the treatment is the new, t18..e.lelll . .-
: li 1', I cannot understand why It ,the work with a nsw ,confidence. calomel a-lots: called Calotabs.whichare .
( you know what the present day. is there should be a producer of any free from the sickening and
: : Do Not Miss These Opportunities Becoe .... .( the Axtaricaa R4 sort of citrus fruit in this state Including tbe total ef 11000.000 la weakening effects' of the old (trio calo
c-.. .., I whose name isn't on the roster of ,snppltes left from the last fiacal year, mel Doctors also\ point out the fact; .
afany .,.0...Je M net kaaw that, b*- that concern+that concern which ir ,.tb. $3I. MX.000) to $21.000.000 .UM than that an active liver nay go a ]long way. '
aides completing the work for irT: ;: doing: so much to advance the inter- ,the expenditures: for 1919-20. towards preventing influenza cad is one ;a
Ice men especially the .'- 1e4, It per ;I sets of the producers throughout Appropriations for domestic acttvt- of the most important factors, in enabling
Tides the same neighborly' service !. 4* Florida. I was a grower of grape- :.1.. total $18,700,000. the patient to successful), withstand I
WENNER-SAWYER COMPANY fruit or an owner of an orange Tbe .largest Item of this "home"Ibodget an attack and ward oCt l pneumonia. ..
aaUllee I. |oeral that It tonswriytav '
.
H grove I'd just as soon think of cutting la T.800.000 for civilian relief S
famlllea of eoldUra. aatteca andmarines. I
all my wrappers out of rolls !|work. This Include service' and aa'slstanca One Calotab on the tongue at bed
> |with a pair of scissors-or illustrating '' for faralllM of aetdlera. sanjors time with a swallow of water--that'.
"Home "Bervle t'OYfON a wide and my tissue-covers with pen, Ink, ; and marines and work Incidental I alL No salts, no nausea nor the'aUght... I ;.:..
varied Beld. says rr.drlck O. II..- paint and brush, as to try to do any disaster. Of the total eat interference with your eating, pleaseure I ,t
.. general af the sericaa appropria or work. Next morning .ur cold
!* saaaager I considerable business unless it was It. :y
"0> *4" 4
tad Cross "It 1vM a4 se familiesto done in connection with the Florida for clrlUan relief $9.000.000 'Is baa vanished, your liver Is active, yon: K.
t solving each. ......_ a* btidcetylaaalnc Citrus Exchange. That the association i held In reserve for the carrying out of system is purified, and you are fooling 41'I

marketing tMtag ever thus..f is well managed one has but to actual disaster relief. fine, with a hearty appetite for break.
aaactal stress keeping children t.edtI ''study conditions which have been I Reduced Overhead [ripens.. fast. Druggists sell Calotaba only lit .(

< halving er4pp1.debildr.a, wtd.wed brought: about through the clever I The Red erosTlBrarlably la tbo Brat five original sealed package, price thirty 'i
; Benefit Dance workings of those at the head of the cents Your money will be cheerfully
sad deserted mothers, chlklrea bought of a community visited by ca refunded if you do not find them, "
I -. backward la school aM ehlMrea ta I ducted organization.in a manner That it that is being will bring con- "lamity. Wltb this In) mind It was determined delightful.-(Adv.) .. I tyC \
oafflct with the lays It l'eft' ere err> I by lb. Executive Committee
tea >e the hecneleaa and .......... .. credit to the entire state one has but In preparing tba-Mriget of JDt9to - "
to note the increase in the several]
the Illiterate, ta teaesnaat .....,.ara, .e lines of business it has undertaken. have a axed reserve fund from which! I,.
.. the aoem.)a7 d. and gives Madly aa That it has been a material aid to to draw In these Instances. "
I
ftataaca and advtea .e *eratca sa>... !j''every member who has done his For assistance to soldiers sailors C 111I .1111

AT hu gr.upr"la '{part i in the progressive program one sad marines In hospital and I. camp 1
aMttVsa t. hetateg tamltta* *a need i merely consult: with any this year 91,800,000 has been set adds
'. tw. estetl.. et tls.tr ewe ,.. ....-. 'I grower whose name is on the roster.I roar million two hundred tbeasenddollar
The Gray stone ..... hrfteo b.ty.l\ r' str..ygst.rM. grow' no fruit nor do I handle any ba been,appropriated for Improvement f
weak tlta.is taM 'b. a dttl VdV ell i-except once in a while someone .f health sad prevention
S ............. > ta* aa.. wMh athto slips me a lemon(at which time I of 4..... throughout tbe i United r

4 M a.h>. asasa>iaHhn sassy.,.1(I wish that J was one of the Exchange State during the current twelve
Thursday November managers)-but I wish that I -
Evening hearthlar and ha #iaOrfanlatag possessed months. The Red Cress Is cooperating
;, arlkea atea* ..... .hitha some of the qualifications fully with the United State! Health
which would entitle to
I me a mem-
.1 '
l\ wl tab eemsanaXy hi already res. i bership. All I have to is that ,Service In' this work and throng Its 01 rl
: UNIVERSITY JAZZ BAND wb hi ea .( th* eajfcas. at sums : I feel for say of citrus flanlor Red Croat I la doing muck to
any grower
sorry
'take -1& bas. ..teb..... '
cews..ity :spread children the
: from Gainesville fruits, producing to any extent, among nrtnelplea
will furnish music ......... ,.t o... eaeh.attoaeaass < pas. .''I mean, who fails In-and get of ..nU.U... An appropriation o(41<. eIIUDollar
sad >lo.lea> Beat reas.., a.arF in quick-to the Flora Citrus Exchange jOOO.OOO has been made for developing

;;" ,,. This 'affair is te secure funds for the perfection of a new baseball attea faeUttiaa ytay .......-- and : Yassum. [,the peace time program of the Red

a" diamond for the present season Isevrg 'pktus. bau. b..be- prevbb.d, I Crop by _mea t* Its chapter la all
i. Vsrouh Bon ..... eahav agsacatai The W. L. Thorndyke, "Thorn," 'regions. -
ALL ARE INVITED TO ATTEND 33 tai-ce4 *. hrtac a Mot Isaprwedaehool above referred to, Is now connectedin The appropriation of $48.200.000 lavzclnslve

:'i t DANCING FROM 8:30 TO 12:00 e--d&1 aau.m4nas and bastes an editorial and special manner of the local expenditure of
.l a faatrkMaa and. awMaote taavek.k with The Kissimmee Valley GazetteFLORIDA'S
*4- < *+4 >*< < e"*"#<"M'<"e><> ><'4"> M .the 8.000 or more chapter
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g Utorarlea aa weU aa h aeouae conarj Administration this
expenses
agricaHural and hOM da ooet... FAVORITE PAPER year
\ will be $1.800.000. Last year they
lion agvntH were S2.3OO.OOO. Day
I'I If yon need uatat-aAce at any y,na, The Tampa Morning Tribune ifI
to to the secretary of the nearest Red I everlastingly fighting for the inter !J
" ests of the people and the develop-
Cross chapter> and describe the altuatioa. i
ij Tour confidence will M secretlytaspected ment of this section, and no one v.hi
has the welfare of South Florida at Don't Wait
and possible effort will
every OCTOBER 30
'heart can afford not to he a ('onKtanlr..ad..r ;
.1 he made aid
to you
of The Tribune It is Flor- '1M
, I ida's great metropolitan paper,, carrying for ".rk.... te corns and ask yon
,1t America Red Oroas Roll Calk the full night and day re1)'>r for a renewal of your member i:

( The Fourth AoousJ RoU Call of the : of The Associated Press with intelli- ship. Send In your dollar te.the Come to Kissimmee .;g)
American Red Cross will he bald "this' gent correspondents in every nook nearest local chapter ef the f.
year cross Anolatlca Day November and corner in its territory. Its big America Red Cr.... Welcomethe ..
i I Sunday edition has the most ; df\
) tV to Tbanksgl'vteg J;>a;". Naveaibfr 29, com- opportunity and privilege efrepledglng
r rr plete. comic and magazine section 'Itiii
t hkctaatva. Daring this' period the men Ibad I yaur fellowship
printed in the State, and the sub- J""
** of ha. United Statea will W
warn promptly answering the
scription rates are only $8.00 per
r rL.a DuI dues sad renew their* annum' $4.00 per six months and Fourth
Roll Call
r ' !: I $2.00 for three months. Write for *
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"k i SIX .. "E' KCC"\e-w, :', VU" a'GA 4.. ,nn.twent': ." ':"nr Aeeo" seep: . . ;
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', y VALLEY' GAZETTE' of praise=where such praise i ii deserved. There is no doubt" of the great '
/ t KISSIMMEE .
}.y f valu of the lands, lying along the great Mississippi's bed; but it wouldbe tl.
far better and would evince loyalty the of .the ;
more upon part I news- ,
1H "
'; Published Every" Friday papers of this state to first show in their proper light some of the" many

;; By Kissimmee Valley Gazette. Company, Kissimmee,. Florida advantages to be found in Florida. Citrus Fruits of Florida; pineapples of

E I W. B. Harrit.President. E. G. Vans Agnew, Secretary Florida: bananas of Florida>= vegetables of Florida; oysters of Florida;
A all of these are topici well worthy of exploitation. The Everglades of

.'v ; f Subscription Rate: .. Florida are pronounced by those who have made extensive and 'intensive
. One Copy, One Year..;______________..___________?_________?____$2.0i
9 One Copy, Six Months__________-_.-------..-_?--?._..---------?__ l.Oi analyzes of the soil as excelling, in 'richness and producing ability'anything
One' Copy, Three Months---------- j_________:.___?_________.____._? ,5iHntered to be found in this country-:and the press of this state should should bea
"I I. unit in promoting publicity for (this area.
'; ; ( at the Pbstofflce at Klasimmce, Florida, as second-class! matter.) While it is. true that the area is limited and its settlement and cultivation -
'
.
I) i' All' vojnmunlcatlons exc.cpl: from our authorised. correspondents must bsigned ;' would interest directly only a small percent 'of the people it shouldbe .

t. r matter will not by be the returned writer.Hijicted .unless. called for' borne in mind that what helps one portion of the state and induces immigration -
.
' will, to a certain extent, be a' benefit to all sections. There is

: It I I""Fc rellln Advert Ulna Representative' | no point in Florida, no matter how remote but t what may be made the r

:l! 'I::::::TIEAMERICANPRESSASSOCIATION. : j IIi better by exploiting the fact that so rich a. territory as the Everglades is "-

proving is within the state Indirectly, such a rich country will bring new
i 1 I't,( FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1920 residents to all portions of Florida. GLADYS RICE

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DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS FOR FLORIDA- i
REGARDING THE TWICE-A-WEEK GAZETTE '

will appear in person '
P. W. CORR
Y' MARTIN CARABALLOCHARLES CONDITIONS e now being worked out regarding the issue i of The

T E. JONES W. V. KNOTT Gazette at more frequent intervals than once a week. The public, desires Tuesday evening November -
J. G. SHARON G. WELLS.. ,
to read'the paper as often as possible--and merchants insist that to issue

I .. the paper twice each week would be an excellent thing for Kissimmee and 9 Gladys Rice makes an

!t i: MELBOURNE-KISSIMMEE CROSS-STATE ROADTHERE Osceola county. And the change from the present plan when it is made ,

q will 'have to meet 'with the approval of the entire. city-because the entire appearance in Kissimmee. It

is a crying need for I he betterment of the cross-tlate road be. city is deeply interested in the matter. '

+ teen Melbourne on the east coast and Kissimmee and it is to be hoped Says the Tampa Times of Tuesday: -". is the most important musical f

I' that the commissioners of Brevard county will see the proposed neces it> One of the greatest regrets experienced when we learned that .

in the proper light. At the present time there is no really feasible highway "Thorn"was about to transfer his allegiance from the daily Pafm event of the season.

cross the state to the southward. The county of Palm Beach has been Beach Post to the weekly Kissimmee Valley Gazette was that

i !;'i 4 I i working on the proposition for two years, and has spent a vast sum upon' there would be a longer interval between his delightful! "Last The famous soprano will render those songs

i the project. So far as the road has been completed it is of e.fr' Night's Thoughts." Now we are assured that the interval is to be with which !she has won het chief successesas
and carries with it the same degree of excellence which marks all roads; shortened somewhat by the announcement of the owners of The

'" in that county; but there is every prospect that the road will not be completed Gazette that it will be issued twice a week in the near future. With a concert star. .

w fr' to the Lee county line for something more than two years. "Thorn"on its staff ,we can foresee an imperative demand for a

: Visitors to the lower east coast, a vast number of them are always daily i issue of the excellent Gazelle coming very shortly. And Casino Theatre

t anxious to view the west coast before returning north. To all enquiries by the way. Thorn's lucubrations are "Last Night Thoughts"

i as to the best route to follow from, that section of the state to the west longer. He calls them now "Tapping th' Thought Tank." But TUESDAY> EVENINGNOVEMBER
+
)) coast the advice is "Go north to Daytona-and the folks there will put they're "something just as good" as the drug clerks say. .

you right." But as soon as that road westward from Melbourne is.I. I in condition The Gazette deeply appreciates the compliment from the Times and ( ) 9

' to carry a car with any degree of comfort even though it is not while at the commencement of improvement a daily paper i issued when
t that f hundred I there uch in the market well the field of Adeline Packard violinist, will assist in
hardliJufacedword will be given the lower east coast fully one is a stringency paper as as in

I 'i 1 and forty miles may be saved by stopping at Melbourne for a few! 1 competent labor would be at firM t out of the question, there 1 n a glorious .collaboration with Mr. Thomas A. Edison's 4

days viewing that pretty plate and then coming direct to Kissimmee I opportunity for a Gazette that will blaze the trail for still) greater betterment -

i where other delights will meet the visitor. I !. It is to be hoped that proper conditions will be promptly brought Three Million Dollar Phonograph.FREE .

The Times of Melbourne, should use all possible means, co-oj crating about to permit the improvement contemplated. TICKETS .
have the commissioners take an -- -- - -
f I with the business men of that town. to
Call, write or telephone urn for free rickets of admittance.
+
ESTABLISHMENT OF NATIONAL GUARD
fo
interest in improving the highway leading to Osceola county. It is .
t and have the work done-- and done They will be issued in order of application.
1 the benefit of that county that town to

immediately. There would be a gam to that town as well as for. Ki+sim- I PROPOSALS to establish a unit of the National Guard in Kissimmee CENTRAL DRUG STOP
i f" re. There would be travel from the west coast to the east t and f from I seems to meet with favor so far as has been learned and the efforts to bring! :

s the east coast to the west' and aulomobilists would have the opportunity about a formation is going to be pushed with some intensity Marion Carson PHONES

#: of seeing some of the best spots in Florida I' ., appointed by the Chamber of Commerce to secure needed information S
/ By all means it is essential that the road should be improved. With regarding the proposition has cured such data and is prepared to talk Day 41 Night 21

f that mileage put in shape and the missing links into Kissimmee filled in a* intelligently upon the theme- -and he I is strongly in favor of forming a i

they will' be very soon' the cross-stale road would be a potent factor for company Immediately. While there should be a formation of the full

r pleasure as well as business. ,. strength, two hundred and fifty men between the ages: of eighteen and

-- -- - --- foitv:fue years, it will be possible to form a unit of about one-fifth that

OSCEOLA AS A RICE COUNTY number ; but the city and county would derive far more good, both from :
a financial and an advertising point of view, if the full number could be
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WILL there be found a sufficient number of farmers in the vicinity 'soured. There would be a greater chance of securing a better armory for :

+ of Kissimmee lo take up the cultivation of rice lo the extent that the pur Ithe many than for the few; and there would be money brought into the city. I I I ,
While organization of the National Guard cannot be formed and put in ,
that an
chafe of a community thresher will be justified ? That is a question
., is the county demonstration agent a great deal of thought. :Mr working shape in a brief space of lime it should be carried in mind thai Everybody Who is Anybody Advertises Their "Wants" 'in The Valley Gazette
giving
>; Wilson is assuring all farmers that this county lias directly within the rice the more speed shown in the formation by the many of suitable age the
I - '- - -- -
belt---that t ample crops can be produced to make the project a financial wha sooner will qualify Kissimmee for enlistment commence should'securing see some Marion Food Carson publicity.immediately.Every man I -:..,..:..:..:-.:......:-:-.:_:_:.. ...... ..,.. -:......:--... <-:-<-<- _ox... ...,..:_:_:__:_o_
success-and the people" know well that the product is constantly in de can ,
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t successful ago-and should now be
mand. The culture was some years

revived in_ earnest."' _._ CORRECTION ON BALLOT Wagner.farming Implements North. Bermuda, 'h'ap.Ave. D.40-tf(1 $ Dollar Day Photography $ ,
"
In Seffner a little community lying to the west of Plant City |the farmer AS RECENTLY PRINTED C.\ BAI1"1 PI.ANTfl-On" thousandrahbaga I I ,
.' are making good returns on this crop. The latest issue of the Courier plants, (Chnrlenlow 'I .,,
brief mention of phase of the Through a typographical blunder, field, at $2,Mi per I thousand I.King I. '""jI
t of Plant City, contained the following one '
; rendered less culpable because of the Klsslmnifp, Fin., W"-I' : i
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;d i ''J question;i '. "of conditions to one of the FOR SA1K3 registered .J> I $ \
W. W. Powell's rice mill is kept busy handling the largest writers on The Gazette, it was madeto sey brood sows one will
,, crop of rice ever raised .in this section. The Seffner district has appear in a recent issue that but noon; also s shoats same R breed T: Mai: nil 1
have h.-"n InorulnleU
r : I't. thousands of acres of the very best of rice land. There is no need two members of the board voted of public I pie. "Jack Keen" farm 4">-3t .x With each One Dozen photographs made on "DOLLAR
to be
instruction
were upon -- - I
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of her people importing rice, and this is one of the very easiest '
::1. next Tuesdayalthough at the same FOR AI.Jo Wlnrh.Hter Shells nilKUHWtH l''
raise .."d liLirls.. II tea .Jtei lmONK \ DAY' we will make one of our highclass
and of The Ga-
most to another
'. inexpensive crops time in portion I : DAY ONLY, Dollar Day"' 111fo'
t r ,. It would that the general taking up of this industry under direction zette there appeared a special pn- ;\ 'IllK.Ul, 4f-1t

7 }! and advice of the county agent might result in creating a swans; nouncement of the candidate whose Fait s M.r i in noiount centre in Kissimmee for rice culture and as it is one of the crops which name was omitted from. the cont'mplated of Mi A. K \ uorhehln ChalmeiRcm
t candidates.The '
complete list of l is offered for Bale. Car la. in
is not susceptible to rapid spoiling, it would not be necessary to place it closing portion of the ticket goad' rundltlon I and will !><. Hold nt -- w

7 on the market the moment it was harvested. should have read as below-because Main bargain Htreet See after Mrs. Voorheen i-ilneBilto. .. .upper October -
I"" It is to be hoped that when the matter is brought before the peoplein these names will appear on the official 27. 4G-tf
ballot to be used Tuesday: -- WILDER'S STUDIO
an intelligent manner there will be such co-operation offered the county --- FOR S\IK' -Jemerow and calf
in the A few thousand Public Instruction suet fresh H \\'. Hull 4 -lt !
agent as will justify his continued interest project. For Members of Board of I
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) A acres of rice in the vicinity of Kissimmee and an equal amount of acreagein roil .\LB-I'onl.a. Saddle' Horn a .CrW M"M "W"C"fr "0"M "0 "",.c--.c..>oo-'
in other sections of the cpunry, would.pave the way to making 4:>sceola Vote for three.X and, mares foreman. $50 New up. Eden Seev Plantation K farmer -
W. C. BASSX -- --- ---- ----- -- -- - -- -- -
far more prominent iJV'l'ffu'' state. The rice crop need interfere in no way near Narrooaaee.. Klanlmmee.Fln4 Fla.; or A.42tf.KThomaa

with any of the industries at present under way-and would make in every WALTER LANIER

;w'j way a most acceptable addition in the line of an easy money-producer. X H. H. HULL I FOR cars SAI.K Sam-Oood G Ragsdale econd-hand Phone Ford 26.1tr ,I
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Price Cash

i y". VOTE AGAINST THE $20.000,000 STATE BONDS For Justice of District the Peace, 1st Justice !I I FOR SALE-Hor.of !... M Ml.ller. and. Mule Itf Inquire -' .i Cut Grocery .

Vote for one.
,5, ,' DIFFICULT indeed, is it to believe that the voters of this state will X JESSIE D. KLEINMANN v CABH\OB thousand cabbage PLANTS -planta One Charlea-hundred
I
at the coming election vote to bring a twenty-million dollar debt on Florida town \Vak.n..ld. at $% IIf) per thousand Great
The is
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Voting Instructors Easy A. L. KinK Klaalmmee, FlaI Day Coming
and it seems hardly necessary to -urge the voters to slaughter the measure I 45-tf

;e n with all relentlessness. That Florida all parts of it not now supplied The HardmR-Coolidge Club held fOR SALE-Fine ,residence property.
r + ", needs good roads is indisputable:; that good roads in every county and another meeting last Tuesday evening Quarter-block, seven roomed '

!# through every county will help to build up all sections is by no one disputed I members at the present.city nail Names with about thus!forty far orange flower. .trees vines pecan, shrubs trees., live hnu..I'"

; but that those counties that have been too careless and too far behind added to the club brings the member- woodshed. and two. apare rooms In : 1ti
( Reason for selling propertytoo
f progress to take any of !the needed steps to construct these inducements to ship up to 106. Mr. Akerman at the roar'Ir'S'ait' present owner.. Apply 11 DA'tl.
j, ', immigration should receive certain benefits at the expense of progressive request of those present, who were 1-tf I
counties that have taken upon themselves heavy burdens in the way of not there before, gave further instructions FOR 'BALK 14 acre tract cleared"fine I
as to voting; and John lake front, near Klaslmmee.
s
taxation is so totally unfair that only those who have some axe to grind McPhatter went through the formof One of prettiest building: ,sites In I

1 or some political string to pull can conscientipusly..- vote for the enormous voting just as it will be done at the Mattocks State !It.This Dora la a Fla.bargain. J. F. Saturday October 30
ff, debt that is proposed. the polls so that those voting for S7-lf'l j ,
the first time would not become con FOR BALFJ!-One Emerson Typewriter
wY 5 Would a stockholder in a corporation vote off hand an assessment model three visible a. rood as newApply .
made
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I for five percent of the entire capital "for improvement of the ranch" with fused. Several good were Valley Gasette. tf
and much enthusiasm shown.
iS ,i the expenditure of the fund to be left with the foreman with no specinca- FOR BALB-One Bus F.lcoctrlcrall. '\ For This One Day ONLY We Are Offering

1 ions as to how the money was to be spent and what was intended be VOTE FOR J. M. HANSELL, DEMOCRATIC Plate Practically price. :Apply new Valley At a reasonable OaeMe - These Special Bargain

bought and installed> Would he not first closely investigate the proposed NOMINEE FOR COUNTY I 7-tf : -. 4)

,, measure, scrutinize the ways and means by which the improvement was COMMISSIONER. DISTRICT No. 2. I 1 I MISCELLANEOUS.SECOND 25 Lbs. Grits ..---------------------__"___________"_$] .

F #; to be made and vote that no blanket permission be given that foreman until 25 Lbs. Meal _____________,___________________________ 1.00
the complete plan of action was laid out. agreed apon. and so ordered? Bargains IB Real Estate and repaired HAND JOODS The Casino bought 44-tf sold 4 Gallons Kerosene ___-------]._____- -_ 1.00 ,
Yet there are those now favoring this measure of enormous indebtedness Three houses of three rooms each, --- --
WANTED. 10 Lbs. Best Rice _________IIIIIIIII'J2 __ 1.00
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a.t. who haven't the slightest idea as to how the money is to be spent, what on lot 104x147 feet West

:, f roads shall be built with the money, how the distribution is to be prorated. alee street. With artesian well. I FARMERS-Send today for a free bushel Potatoes --- -__--_--- -__--_ ___--_--__--______ 1.00

9 ,, (4y? how much of it will be used in paying high salaries and how much for actual Price Splendid$1250. garden, with artesian sample' copy. of the Florida Farmer I 7 Lbs. Granulated Sugar -- --- --_ __ 1.00

y' a**-, work, what sort bf bill may be railroaded through the legislature or well; on block facing on three Jacksonville.... ., 12 Lbs. Gold Medal Flour________-II"IIIIII"III! __ 1.00
of the hundreds of vital regarding the issue streets size 258x300 tent, with five weekly at SI.00
i points I and trucking per
f any houses ; of three rooms each. Price venr-three years for 1200 OnlTlivestock 3J/2 Lbs. Bacon -----___--_________--__--____________ 1.00
i The cry upon the part of some seems to be : "Get the issue through I
JS'yi' y; is we need the money; and there'll be no difficulty in spending it'! $2000. J. M. Willson. Owner 4fl-4t/ i the-state and Write general todavW farming paperIn B cans Tomatoes __ ______________ __00 ____ _______"___ 1.00

By all means vote against the slate bond issue next Tuesday. VOTE FOR J. M. HANSELL, DEM- -.AX'TKIl-:-!-----Olrls----to-take---Nur-"M' 10 Lbs. Navy Beans -- .-t .---- ---- _____--_---__-------- 1.00
training at :Morrell :Memorial lionpltal -
'.f ----- OCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY I l I..k.la.d.. Florida' full Inperson
WHY BOOST LOUISIANA? nt tin. hospital t. Irnrn particulars
OTHER
COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT No.2. Mertn Slerd R N. SuptANTKO GOODS IN PROPORTION FOR
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SOME of the state are publishing extensive articles regarding .
N papers
Classified d \\ Lady or (lentUmnn AarintIn
'_ I the richness of the alluvial deposits to be found along the Lower Mississippi Advertisements s the City of KISHlmmii. for \\',it,- ')'

apparently advocating that locality as a spot offering special inducements I kin.>'where famous Hlg Products Profits Known Wrffe J Ker R\ CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY

,i. i t to the farmer and grower. Can it be that those papers are unaware \FOR SALE Uatkinn Co 67 M.rnphls, Ti 4fi-2t-x nn.

of the fact that no richer spot agriculturally speaking can be found within R.ACINK, Guaranteed Hoglcrv for M<>n.Women PHONE 141 422 BROADWAYOut
A the United States than lies in the magnificent area known "The. Ever- j 1 and Children Cull at 122 FOR RENT"FOR of Town Orders Given Prompt Attention.
flf Main or telephone 120 Mrs O I. -
'' br tq' glades" surrounding ]L\t\ Okeechpbee, in /this state? I tll Jronn. avent RKNT, -LjtrRe cool bed room' QUICK .SALES AND SMALL PROFITSv
all section of the United States in word I 43.41'1 I light housekeeping apartments frntla
,l. 1 d his well to, always speak'of FOR SALE Work horse and garage at 322 Church St. a5-tf j J *

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I Dozen lOc ruled and unruled Tablets__ ______________ 1.00 3 40s Pillow Cases for ____________u______________w 1.00 12 cakes Palm Olive .Soap __________________________ 1.00 a

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< + OCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY(: I OCRATIC NOMINEE FOR DEM-I WILL OPEN FOR SERVICEW. I

WEATHER REPORT +* COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT. 2. COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT '' PHONE ZOO. PHONE 12 .
who conducts
{I I C..Lyons, a high- a
4 Official Bulletin of daily tern- + Dr. W. L. Winn's offices are now10cated GLADYS" I class cafe at Massillon, Ohio, accom-
4 perature and precipitations furnished upstairs oveT the post of 1 RICE SINGS panied by C. A. Paddick, of the same
4 by the Kissimmee Cooperative + flee. 86-tf DUET WITH HERSELF : city, arrived in Kissimmee this week Waters & Carson Grocery Co.SPECIAL )

4 U. S. Weather Bureau + Mrs. R. F. Hodnett and lion, John looking for an opening for a dining-I .
4 Station for the week ending + have returned from the mountainsof Is it possible for a singer to sing room of something better than the |
4 Thursday, October 28, 1920: a North Carolina, where they spent a duet and hear herself? ordinary. An inspection of the opportunity :,
several weeks for the benefit of the Can a living voice and the same offered at the Graystone I
0 Max. M n. Rain+ latter'g health. The many friends of voice re-created on an instrument be convinced these men that nothing ;
Thursday________ 88 70 4 the family will be pleased to learn so identical in tone quality that they better could be found in all Central' "j
Friday.u.u 88 74 4 that the trip' proved highly benefi cannot be distinguished, one from Florida, and arrangements; have been I .
4 Saturday_____ ___ 87 73 + the other? perfected for the lease. I I
4 Sunday______._-_ 88 75 4a cial.VOTE DEMOCRATIC Hlag science achieved a triumphthat "We couldn't ask for anything better i
FOR M.
. Monday________ 89 74 4 J. HANSELL marks the dawn of a new dayin than this place," said Mr.
4 Tuesday___ __.___ 89 73 4: NOMINEE FOR COUNTY the art of music. Lyons, "and we are convinced that I j
4 Wednesday ___ u_ 85 73 4 COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT No.2. These are some of the questions i, we shall do a good business here. | !
4 4 questions in which every person of i Our desire is to please the people J
+ 44 +444444444444444ITEMS The next regular; meeting of the culture must take a deep interest and we know that this dining-room ONE DOLLAR WILL BUY THIS ASSORTMENT
city council will occur on the coming that will be answered at the recital will be a feature that will attract
Tuesday evening. As this will be th..1 to be given at the Casino on Tuesday not only the home people but will Saturday Dollar Day < :
EK I IA evening of the national election! day I I evening, November 9. 'I draw visitors here. We have closely ,
( OF it i is highly probable that early ,
( an Invitations to this affair, at which inspected the hotel as a rooming :1
adjournment will be made at that :
Gladys Rice, the celebrated American proposition, and we have found everything -
I time until the following/: evening.; /: It I soprano, will sing; are being about the place as neat and I large cake Octagon Soap______________________ lOc ",t

11 home dinner at Jack's Cafe. has not been definitely) ..tuted.wh..t .I sent to the musicians and lovers of nice and attractive as one might I I P. fit G. Naptha Soap__________________ __ lOc :1
her there will be appointed' at :
music iq this city The appearancehere wish. We expect to be open for
J. K. Milliard was a business. visi- that time a successor to George; W of :Miss Rice, of course would business within ten days and the announcement I package Argo Starch _____UUn________ lOc

tor to the city yesterday.H Fox, who recently resigned from the lie sufficient to arouse the enthusiasm will b-. made in the next 6 rolls B. W. Toilet Paper_____________ __ ___ 30e
E. Overstreet. of the Point, mo- city council, of music-lovers, but the fact issue of The Gazette. We are both
I Toilet Paper Hanger _______________________ 2Sc I
lore d to town yesterday. The Gazette; office has a numln" of t that she will lend her superb voice to men used to catering to the public I j ,

Come to .Jack's Cafe for u good Lunches l of old papers, neatly tied up. the laudable work of rt'v'ulinlcon./: and we arc going; to make a I specialty |I I can Tall Pink Salmon --________________--____ 30c
which will 1 lie sold at l.'ic; the bunch clusively. that the marvelous achieve' lof catering to affairs of a social nature |
dinner.' Call for them soon. tf ment of the re-ct-ation of musical in addition to the regular service I j :E I 20-ounce package Crushed Oats _______________ 15c 4I

B. C., Miller,I the of the Citrus. Exchange VOTE FOR J. M. HANSELL, DEMOCRATIC '-ound has, been attained, adds im- ; and I believe there will 1 bo I II| I Nutmeg Grater, containing 10 Nutmegs__________ lye ( 'j
was I') city .st.tlay.i
mea'u'abl interest to the occasion.In many banquets. arranged for the J
I 1'.1: your property with :Miss Jessie NOMINEE FOR COUNTY the coming recital Miss Rice GiSivstone during; the present sea- ,
1 Total._____ __ ___ _____.$1.45
Ely. Office) over the postoffice. COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT No.2. will sing in comparison with her son. -- -- ---- -- t
4f.-4t.( voice as re-created hy the "New Ed The premises are now being generally I r.
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P. R. Brown after brief visit;
Mnnager! C. C. JV-d-n is making\ a ison" to enable I those in the audience overhauled and put in shape 1
with hi-- wife and children left ea.-lv "
nun "rous changes iidJ improvementson in the week for his( t It judge; whether or not the living and as soon as some minor details I This assortment all day Saturday "Dollar Day for $1.00. ;
IH.adquartersinAt '
!-e exlcri6r I of the 'asinoYou'll from which point he care, voie; can be made to live forever. A.up..rb have been arranged the official Leave orders for your Thanksgiving and Christmas Stone's ,
has. been arrangeda will be announced. OP'I'
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be hungry on yollar Day. for the Florida shipments from th program that will revealall .th" Cakes. They are better than ever. We have'them in stock at pres t
Try Jack's. Cafe, Broad w '. in the
Cudahy Packing Company. "S. B. of in
of t the glorion'ni Story Narcoossee was
'. O".eI I tinned meat department. :Mrc. I faRl'inatingIlualitie". ent. Book your order now and be sure of getting the best Fruit
R. Godwin; of !St.; CI'Vd, '!. of the young soprano. At the city yesterday on business.T. !I
ola's next representative in\the Icgisli'ire -I Blown furnishes, with much' skfl! t times her living" voice will be hoard 1 Cake made. All sizes. What size shall we reserve for you? Phone j jus :

0 wa. in the city y 'terday.l j I I and moving ability picture, the music presentation for the*Casino-hot1 .lone] : at times. pho will sing in unison -I before it is too late. (
W Winterton who opi>ratir< an up- with her re-'Tonted voice' ; at
to-te chicken farm east of the city, for matinees and for the regular evening times she' will sing duets with herself. L. COMERSt.
A wn I transacting business' here yes-i I performances, and is niiikiny The audience will try to pick
this her permanent home.VOTE Waters & Carson Co.SAVE (
terday.V the two golden threads of tone apartto Cloud FloridaCANDIDATE Grocery
'..s Anna ,Helen, Perdew has resigned I FOR J. M. HANSELL. DEMOCRATIC say which one lives for the moment "
her position with the telephone NOMINEE FOR COUNTY ; and which one has been bade
it done? FOR THAT 45e. I :
and accepted a cashie''s immortal. Can be j
company COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT No. 2 i
office at Tarpon Springs. Cards of admittance muy be secured -
when :Mrs Belle Hornshy, daughter/: i from Central Drug Store if <> PHONE 200 PHONE 12 :;
Y-u'll be County.Judge
not hungry you nlSIarion: ,, and son Tom. arrived you wish to hear this question ans' .i.
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leave Jack's Cafe on Dollar Day.
,:: Located on Broadway. home Friday night from Philadel wered. I i >0 0000,, 00"00060 0000000..000000000000.000 00 .. 0..0..

yet/ iJ't't; r, '", The Gazette office''has number of and phia,are where occupying they spent their the cottage summer in The only profession that (I women Vote fdr tie Best Man I I .- H_ - ;

ii,: ", .bunches. of old paners, neatly tied un, Cape Breeze addition. They were' callnot'practlce in Delaware is that # I A Sioux City, Iowa, goat was sold 1 The king of Siam has ordered Bey- :
which!". will be told at 15c the bunch accompanied home by Mrs.! K. R of law. Regardless of' Party for $750. That was the owner's I I era! canals to be Ailed in to make. ,I 11
1': Call for them soon. tf Conard and two daughters, the Mis rock-ba-a-tom price. roads for his motor. cars.rttf& .- : :
Harmon Steffe, an old-time(' resident ses Lydia and Elizabeth. Mrs.! Cf-rj- VOTE' FOR XM. HANSELL, DEMOCRATIC 1 1I w
of this city, now of Winter ard and Miss Elizabeth are staying I NOMINEE FOR COUNTY I 3.
Haven, spent Wednesday and yesterday with Mrs. Hornsby for the winter' >&> in town on business. while Miss Lydia has entered the : COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT No. 2. "

'P of Cincinnati is Cathedral school at Orlando. I
Charles N. Paver < A wood-boring beetle in California {
this week to thewinter. Wild elk cared for
returning: spend are being by has put hundreds of telephones out ,
Pavers located the of Wisconsin in J
The are at state an en-
of commission
by boring through the
220 Beaumont avenueWINCHESTER Hcnvor to cultivate them for their telephone cables.PERTAINING. j:
. SHELLS. ALL food and fur. I I
I GUAGES AND LOADS $1.00 per The classified columns of The Gazette TO CHURCHES
box. One day only "Dollar Day" at give splendid service for small

:i MAKINSON'S. mAtters. No doubt you have something First Baptist Church i
J. F. O'Berrv has been spending to sell that someone else wants.
. t r f_ days in Kissimmee this week Try a classified in The Gazette tf Rev. O. B. Falls, Pastor. i YOURSELFWith I k
4 shaking" hands with his many friends. Don't cuss, nor say it can't be doneif
J Mr. O'Berry is now located in Alai that repaired tire didn't hold. I 9:45: A, m.-Sunday school. SamL. ,
i rhua county not far from Gaines- have built them for years. Simply Lupfer, superintendent Graded '
ville. bring your next repair job to The classes and competent teachers for your Dollar by making it worth 100 Cents. 1

"; Miss Jessie< Ely, who has arrived 1 Broadway Tire Hospital, with Dixie ,all ages." r ,
',t from Illinois to make her permanent Service Station. 463t.' 11:00: a. m.-Preaching. Subject: You can only do it by speeding your money at .
( residence in Kissimmee, has opened VOTE FOR J. M. HANSELL, DEM- "What Jesus Says About Heaven." jjI
.1 a realty office in the rooms above OCRATIC NOMINEE FOR-COUNTY 7:30 p. m.-Preaching. Subject:
'1 the oostoffice. "The Way to Heaven" A CASH STORE.
' V COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT No. 2. You are cordially invited to worship .:
The classified columns of The Ga- I ,
in the coolest building in the
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1 matters. No doubt you have something -

Try a to classified sell that in someone The Gazette else wants.tf Casino TheatreWEEK awaits you.Christian Church I Dollar Day Doings, Saturday October 30 I ,

A. Mach Brothers have just unloaded ,
OF NOVEMBER 1
a carload of Nash automobiles of Rev. W. H. Coleman, Pastor. ONE DAY ONLY TAYLOR'S ONE DAY ONLY
several varieties-including touring MATINEE 4 P. M. NIGHT 7:15 1
I cars and sport models-and are now Sunday, October 31.
\ filling orders.J. Monday, November 1 _. 11:00: a. m.-Sermon bv the pastor.
B. McDonald, formerly of Stu- "THE PURPLE CIPHER." Subiect: "The Story of Damon and 1

, art but at present of Moore Haven, "The Purple Cipher." starring Earl Pythias Applied." 7 Lbs. Granulated Sugar ______________$1.00 3 cans 2J/_ Cala. Table Peaches________ 1.00 I I
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was in the city yesterday enroute to 7:30 m.--Services by the pastor. ,
Winter Park. Mr. McDonald has Williams. 15th episode of the "Sil There: p."Five Points of Apparent 11 Lbs. Fancy Whole Rice ______________ 1.00 3 Lb Arbuckles Coffee _______________ 1.00 ,&"

been acting as secretary to the ent Avenger" Disagreement on Church Union." 12 Lbs. Pillsbury Flour ________________ 1.00 5 Lbs. Taylor's Pure Coffee -___________ 1.00
i! Board of Trade at Moore Haven.J. A welcome for all. yr
Tuesday, November 2 25 Lbs. Bugles Grits ____nU__________ 1.00 6 Lbs. Good Green Coffee --.,----_I----- 1.00 'r
B. Hale, of Omaha, Illinois, one
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.f the most enthusiastic of fisherman \ "Human Desire starring Anita Stewart. What I Owe My Minister .25 Lbs." Clean White Meal ___u_________ 1.00I I Gallon Crystal Karo Syrup -------_--- 1.00

returned last Saturday to spend Also a Pathe News showing the Attention. I owe my minister the I Gallon Dunbar Syrup ________________ 1.00 5 Lbs. Compound Lard ---------------- 1.00 ,'J,
the winter. Mr. Hale is evidentlyout first of the Base Ball world I
for the prize to be given by the picture church courtesy that attention he' may not when be II annoyedand | go to 9 cans No. 2 Tomatoes ________________ 1.00 25 Lbs. Chicken Scratch _______________ 1.00 .
series.
O'ceola Hardware Company for the troubled by seeing from my 6 cans 20c Corn _____________________ 1.00 7 Pkgs. Oatmeal ___,._____________.___ 1.00 ...t

--o, "big The fish"Gazette' of the office season.has number of Wednesday" November 3 careless, inattentive actions that he 9 cans No. 3 Pumpkin ________________ 1.00 1 Pkgs. Corn Flakes ____________ 1.00 ,,5 .t
a "Dead Line, starring George Walsh. is not holding my interest
: bunches of old paners, neatly tied up, little Charity. I owe it to my minister 12 cakes Octagon Soap ________________ 1.00 7 Pkgs. Puffed Wheat _________________ 1.00 ';p r
Also of those
.s, which will be sold! at 15c the bunch tf dies. one nigger come to'overlook any trival flaw or little 15 cans Small Milk ________u_________ 1.00 '13 cakes Oval Pearl Soap ______________ 1.00 H
Call for them soon personal peculiarity that is merely

i A pretty little scarfpin was found Thursday, November a mannerism of speech or action, and 28 Lbs. Best Irish Potatoes _____________ 1.00 7 cans Tali'Milk _____________________ 1.00 '
yesterday and brought to this office I : in no way hinder his work .:. l
by one of the attractive clerks in the "The Dark Lantern, starring Alice Gratitude. I owe it tq my minis I
L. V. Story establishment. The owner I Brady in her latest Realart Picture. ter to remember gratefully the many i "WE SELL IT FOR CASH '

i may have the same without cost IIi | Also a Pathe News showing the big times he has helped me bear some I
-if a .call is made at the office of i trial and the precious out pouringof WE SELL IT FOR LESS"l5he
Navy dirigible C-6 smashing into high I
his that strengthenedand
1,:, The Gazette. | sympathy
Max B. Harlin, -Bewling Green I mountain top injuring four of its helped me when some loved one
t I' Kentucky, arrived last week and l lk I passengers. entered the Valley of the Shadow. Taylor System .
.. has rented a Cottage at 405 l\a-I Financial. Support. I owe my minister -
} bette street, for the winter. Mr. Friday, November 5 my portion of his salary, paid
;, Harlin. returned home after "Y- s or No," starring Norma Tal- promptly and cheerfully, that he may
KISSIMMEE HAINES CITY
\4i: ing a few days here, but sp..nd-/ madge. Her latest First National not be hindered in his work by finan- : a
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come down later for a longer release. Also V. in I
. a Big Comedy Remembering nobility of the -
,i/ .AI T''e ""itgsifiorf) columns of two reels. Christ-like men who have ministeredunto
I (,." ( zette give splendid service for smiUli \!I ; me, I feel that my debt to them '
i tteis. No doubt 'you have some- 'Saturday, November 6 can never be fully paid. It is too L
4': thing to sell that sn"eonaa1ae, ''a-- "TEXAN"starring: the old-timer TOM great.-The Frontier Christian. .
': Try a classified In The Gazette. tf
MIX. Also in
t a Monkey Comedy'
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pean and American Army since the first Stale Fair will be sink WHITE FLY and SCALE INSECTSTo

Cut Short ingly Illustrated at the big -xpoallioi
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j Surgeons' November 18 to 27. avoid substitutes see that ,
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Cold and Prevent Compli The fair management has set asid SCHVatXS appears on every barrel '

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} structed to Refund Price be crowded to capacity.If Fort Myers Warehouse Fort Myers Gulf Fertilizer Co. Tampa I
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overlook with lie I lorula. Citnii Exchange, ruuuoersgenerallythmughouthecitno ;
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fair.Four years ago Florida was not con (.j..J] h| M) "
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Delightful Taste, Immediate Dollar Datj sldered a dairy state, but accomplish Writ ua for copy of Schnarra Spray Book '

Relief Quick Warm-Up. meats since that time have placet! Schaarra Sprayer Cataloc and Complete Price last i
i: with boll
i Florida on the dairy map

{l' 'i iI The seusution of the year In tho i feet as a visit to the dairy building Sate Uiilnbuton. Information In rfar
l''t'I, ;'t'. drug trade. is A'spir'gonnionni, the two- will show. NIAGARA control ofCITRUS f

I ,\ minute cold and reliever, aui i' IIOW 10OTK THE '"BEST EVER" FOOTBALL M Is estimated that the number ol I..lpbu..ComI. wund INS CrSBHtRWINWILLXAats ,

I. ,I' lhoritati\elv guaranteed by the laboratories PROMISED IN TAMPA dairy cows in the state has increased AND DISEASES .

I! ; tcetel 1 approved and most DEMOCRATIC TICKET approximately 600 per cent. since th. I):y Limafej ,.1,.., cheerf.ly: giMll ,
tho SATURDAY NOVEMBER
: enthusiasticnliv endorsed by highest / 6
essential ant
This
: j authoi: ea, and, proclaimed by Heluw ,In. published A lI"t..r the Initial state fair. .
1 1' the common peoplo no ton times as moeratle. nomlni t" I... voted fur Tampa October 28.-While Flori- important Industry Is keeping pact .- ----x
> 1 quirk and effective as whisker, rock In the general' election November 2 da had its troubles heating Southern ; with the tick eradication work, and it -
the onli
t j, end rye. or any other cold, and cough i.f 1121"'a, hnf1Ol.Irn l arranneil' xomew UK' nuliii Hal 'in!ballots for College supporters who saw the is predicted that following completion 4 44">*4-<><-*<><"4" 4H4 ><-4>* . )
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Ii remedy they have ever tried pn std- nl 1,11 I :etert..ri! th; ,.n will( I" game feel that Coach Kline's aquhil of the tick work. Florida will\ rapids)
All' driif, now jiplied nninis' and SITII| for enth or will much better
| OIIH ore thirty to M.t.. put up a IIhowinlrajam"t ; the front as one of the foremost
j J with the word! rful ne;\ elirir; :; BO nil the for thi olh.r I iMnmciufit offices In iiiimlne-B. order It will the Tulane :Medicoi here, on forge to cattle states, of the Union I Osceola County .
\ yon have to Jj to j get; rid I of th;,t cold t In' 'in' ' to make 11' THRU mnikIn Saturday, November, (vand,) 'i--i'' t dairy tt''
attached
: is to Men into' tli, ri''ircst t dr'!ipr; Htore, 1 : : :. ,'iK"'t: the names, HB In low. II I III" chilly are they pleased with the So much importance is
: II band! the icrk half a ,1,11., for a tin:tlu unlawful. ) I" .'..irin I wllhou lint' "f minusmr "h"11 I showritf the T+tor line made under the development of the dairy industr) .

U of Asmonil; 1 nll,1 I 1i.11 hart:, to B e \on \olliik H in thun"noraudum.furr! nil HI."I.I' fnnulniry ''' the iisMiults of Southern' fornuiVancU In Florida that lust year al the risk Tax Notice

l n two l u n.powrfulx|,,, with r four t"a"I"lolI'] | <. t IhiniHilKH. s. ,ill, tin. list, 1,10-.1, and! West Virginia stars Rig of being.; burred from returning tc
"
,. will lit IIM in >nlilinU
fui of enter in a glaMRVitti 1 \ niirwnti ,nli (II.. Hit i. art lo ,lieotiil. I Hei/k-j couldn't penetrate it at all state-becdime of the. slatelaw
.j "' h in your,, Laud,, tike the drink fur hinitil HI in i\H\ as inn HHPliB d..Ii\ .. I". vot.. fl anil MI<'h a
\ 11 at om. fin .illnw mil, call for your money ..oy"'.. thus'. niim IB,. mil tm, tin 101-l , and ( ;io'il'! fans nthusc', even uluK prohibiting dairv i: : A
'6100'' -the famous i
,,, .+ pI back i in 1\\0 iinniiiH if \iiil innot 1 lut wiltt llu' man, I"milk,UK i\l I i IKfull the t ( loricin li.ukluld sat funiblm"and from a tick area Frt'i I
, iiinUt n t iMB' of
1. feel ('olt' I h.IoII'i. n\\ :i\' !like, a d L"Mn spas aid ,If held, from KrciltrUU'H Hall
I I" Y01l1' ; il Tilt I 10.,11., IH tllliiixn nut nli' ting chances "If Tul in<
within the limn limit' lio't 1 be I It ,..h.! ;', tnt Milu fit ill-Hi limn tin' rv.gtor.,| ..dnun16I uin't sio'ioer: that line, they rant t-mkslmiK.: Virginia; was sent to Flor i Notice is hereby j given that the :

i ,'t ful, for all dMitiMH: invite ol, nod .! tli', I If( ,tau,,1..1 il I.f .n ii"l,,1111., 'M.I. """t f i heat u1," "aid' one '(>ator fan. ;and Ida lor exhibition at the state fair, I I
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expect you to Iry it, E.r'ho'ly'do.illg < tnnh.i that _emit to l 10 c Coach Klim- 'nt of the herd 1 (took this I
it. rd' . u_ _' thccii\, too lie is developing uuf u. The manuBcMiH from an educational viewpoint 0) tax books of ( )sceola County will he :
risk ,purely
When our cold, or couch is re For |-rr Mrnllnl 1-:1.:! <..r" the greatest defensive! ttain allow Klurdidnx I
licked tike: tin r, niaind-r! of the bottlehome Val' tltl, ,I Ix.lt.unu I Florid! !: has had! as it desired cattle lo (looked like I for collection of State and: County :
( nriiliallok -
l.ilr\ open
h> roar win- ;ml Lilies. for X -- --- --- ..' 1 ul;tin1 looked mighty Rood,) Satin what Rood; 1
,
I A"i ;ironnl is bj fur the safest and mo..t I k. I'f" t'ot" day, (Old :Mis, I'ouldn hold theMed; and to dimonntrate! the pcmstbihty of 'I .

pfTeitixe. the CHHII. .st to take and the "hlI..,.. , .. --- icoat' all and then piled up a :3t.! toO acconiiilislnriB m Honda what hue In'' I.: taxes for the year lt 1 )?( ), on November = :
I moat aj reenldi' cold rind coujrh remedyfor II _ .. __ (I score on the I ;Mississippi c>lt\cn. been done in \ rgma. us well' as

infants' and. children.-(Ad\',) X N' V K t..'II Th..w 1 : : Oilcans !school jumps al! other dairy states .
first. I laIn furnish
> ---------- ) now' ready to -
.
"' >. -- !the say to Ann Arbor this week 10'I Florida breeders are principally
X .1 n; ! r' f. I'lay touch Yost's ;Michigan team' specializing.; In Jerseys, Guernseys.Hol :

X di::11.\\.11"-------.. - --- and will come direct to Tampa for teln,!Kresians. and !Short': Horn : estimates of these taxes. Inwriting :
f
the) Florida 1
For lnKttl otiilm arnalorVol game.The breeds All these lueeils' will :
i.\ I -, beat Florida'! last year 14 to milking'
fm me
': X Inim' .'li I' I'letrh. f.. :2, but the '(;latois trounced them the be on la>' 'In a 'ne'e' building at'. I I for same please furnish complete '
.: - -- If vou are Interested I .
of 11 this yenr
4th I time* before that in a sea mud the fair
I For Iteprrnrnlnslrr. l>lKrlt. In.I, t'ollarCMM to 7, 4 nd, the Florida bunch sahcV're \ in the dairy business, It will Ie' : .

Vtit.' fm, "MiX / going tight' back at it thi'- worth your time and mon..y to make t legal description of your prop-
1 ,,
\V ,1 I S. II I HI I
'. - N ear a Journey k\ the exposition solely for '
... . ... Anwait's going' to be the Hoi-
r li i rrii Vf seeing what Florida! Is erts and enclose stamped envelope
R RIr the purpose
VOte far oar, idaCrid\ \ lassie Fans from all pasta this tnt

.X. ._ i'jtrv_ \ .. Hardie l lIor .. 1 ,>f t the Ante are preparing to be in doing In deveVHBjTK > j
--- -
u ......rr.-nr--->-of able Tampa for the game and a larger \It will be an e> for reply. A discount of 2 per cent :
Vot. fur "11" I' crowd than the '5,000 that saw the I '

lZ X--- .----H.. l lav- -t'rawford, Georgia': game last year is expectelhere I A- clear colorless liquid that will will be allowed all pail' !1
m. November 6. on taxes
Saturday
i ;t}. I Mar anon.-y ( ..n..1 on k I heal wounds, cuts, sores and galls is ;

: J ''I X; Vott for ItlxrlH one.It nufortl To remove bilious impurities in.the the latest and best production of .

(, / system and be made internally clean I medical science. Ask for Liquid j I during the month of November.

r' for t'omplrellerVote and healthy need the fine tonic Borozone, it is a marvel in flesh- j
"
you "
for one
AN IMPORTANT LETTER X Krncst. Amos .: and laxative properties of Herbine. healing remedies. Price 30c, 60 and 1 C. 1 BANDY
It acts and thoroughly. Price $1.20. Sold by Roberson'g Pharmacy. | ,. I
' COLUMBUS S;, GA..-Doctor Pierce'sGolden Far. "..... Tr..-..orr quickly 42-01
Medical Discovery, is ct>r. Vote for one, ' 60c. Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy. To street railroad t! .
cprsat
X J, C Liunlns -' j Collector.: '
medicine for stomach '
tainly a grand crossings or drawbridges should a'
trouble.1 I have suffered greatly For aide 8u..Tl.l..o>... of PnlillriBHlrartlo Women of Florida to motorman Ignore. a signal an inven-

'I all my life with disordered stomach. tor has designed a sprinr'bumper to
Vote for oneX OM O o.-tO 4- -CfrCM -e 0000900e0M8 Mvex' ->->* i
with their front sills.
1 My food seemed to set BO heavy, W N Shoals Show AchievementsAt be raised level

q' no matter what I ate. I have taken ..... t f
Far ('a._ .. .. of Arlrult.reVote ,
,. many of the medicines advertised /or one the State Fair. -
t' i .. for this trouble but none of them has X W A. Mcltae.

G r :. ever come up to 'Golden Medical For .Ju..lre of tae Supreme <'ourtVote
$ i4 '. Discovery' for sriymgprompt and for two Woman's Handiwork Accorded Unusual 4 '

lasting relief. Whenever knave a X W H. -E1T1B Recognition and Important N ain -

luggish liver with sick.headache X Thomas F. West Place a onmovie

and constipation I have found that .
For Hnllrniid ( o fnlMHloDeVote
S} ;t Dr. Pierce s Pleasant Pellets are a for one

very efficient remedy. They do not X A. B Well. JF Jackllon"IUe.-Feellne that the Florida -

4' ripe or cause any other distressing .. H!C..e Hen! ...or, lath lemalorlnlDUtrlrt State Fair to be held here this he stanfs
j condition sucK as a great many pills yeavr Nov. 18-27. belongs aa much to

do."-MRs. LAURA KIMBROUGH, 3503 X Vote 111.for O.nor OverntrretFnr the women of Florida aa to the men,

r Earlene Avenue. the management has !given to the wom- I'

:' ., Few families have not at*some Member off, haunt live of HepreneB en a conspicuous place for the display I WATCHED a gay. AND THEN It spilled. I

,, time or other used this Golden Vote for one of their handiwork with .the needle S e r e

r Medical Discovery Over twenty- X-W--R, Godwin and In the culinary art. IN A movie show. LIKE A Roman candle.

4. \ four million bottles have been sold For C,0.7 JndKeKnr The Woman's Building will be .

t, i in this country. Vote Z.for one, crammed to overflowing with displaysof ) RIDE THE same plug. AND BURNED the rug. hr
X 11'18.
(' Send lOc to Dr. Pierce's Invalids'Hotel all kinds, illustrating the activitiesof *
AND BURNED cloth
w ,) in Buffalo, N. Y., for trial Vote for (on.lerk C Irrnll t'oar the women of the State. Fancywork NINE THOUSAND miles. my **. t

) package of the tablet X J. I. OverntreetFor cooking canning and all forma AND EVERYTHING. t
of domestic science will be featured. AND FIRE his slx.sb.ooUr. .

"KherllTVote To encourage a large number of SO I'M convinced
for .
one.X
SEEIK: :>>& L. )t. Farmer these exhibits handsome cash prices ALL AFTERNOON.
. I'LL NEVER ret.THAT .
rt Martln's-UTest Seect for For Ta. Assessor and ribbon awards are announced In .
Plant WITHOUT RE.LOADINO.
I Vote for one.x the annual premium list, which I. ACTOR'S Job. I
rood results. .
.
W I Barrter
r:
now available and will\ be sent, without
Garden A Field seed for Fall Plant- AND THEN In a close-up.
ing. I For Tax, Colleet.rVote charge to any Interested party AND I know. now.. l

Seed Oats-Rye-Barley-Rape. X C for I*one Bandy upon request Get the Premium List HE ROLLED a smoke. "i.
THAT THE
. New Crop Turnips, Cabbage, EggPlant look It over and see if you cannot .only. thing. ..
7 Pepper, Beans. For ('...tar tuperlateadrat. or PublltIatr.tlo. embroider better scarf, bake better WITH JUST ODe band. I CAN roll with ore band ,

l Peas. Potatoes and Onion Sets.Largest Vote for one loaf of bread or cake or put up a better / W . r
and oldest established seed X ,t:. E. Towel can of fruit or vegetables than AND I fried It myself. ARE ROLLICKING .
house in the State *
.
for C....7 fl.rverr anyone else. At the wont it will be I
Seed
Fall and ,
if Send for catalog Vote for one, FIRST WITH one hand. AND I'M going to stick. ;
I ; good practice and the honor
of win.
special X Joe R Johnnton I
fling a prise in competition open to TO MY regular smoke.. '
E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. THEN WITH two.
... '
For Member of Board of ( o y c omilMiloaer the world Is not to be lightly consid *
E
i Florida '
JacboII.mei : i : FOR
Vote for five ered. THEN WITH my mouth. THEYsatisfy.EVER . ; .
r X R U D. OverttreetX Whether or not she has an exhibit 4. f

f : I ;SLOW- J M. Hnnsell of her work in this department every AND. THE forty-third trial see: a "close-up of r al t
(------- woman In the State will find much to e contentment Get i
1' X 1 II AVftherl r interest her and to repay her many STAYED PUT lone enough, next to any Chesterfield smoker t,

rr' : X A. h' na" fold for the time spent in visiting the .. .. . and watch him register "they I
DEATH State Fair. FOR ME to light It. satisfy!" It's all In tWblend of
Remember
X0111. the
:'oI."I.lIan"-- datesNOT. -- .t
choice
those Turkish and
IJomestlo .
--- ---- -- 18 27.
For. 111........ of Hoard of I'nWllr laIraetloa AND I thought I lad It tobaccos-and that's a sec/et that te
U AchM, patina, nervousness, difficulty . e nobody can imitate. c
Vote for three Death Of Former Resident
in urinating often mean X \\' C I I''nnn
._
--c serious disorders. The world's -- --- since..
X II H Hull John Hart, who some time r
.tandard remedy for kidney liver ,--- ------ re Ud in Kissimmee for several ale

1.. bladder and uric add trouble*- X Waller lenirrF.r .. years died at his home on University .
---- -- --
.. .... avenu'e. DC Land, on Friday October
jD lre of the I. -.. tat Ju>ll.->
l>l..rl.t 22, after an illness of but a few 11
GOLD MEDAL Vote for one, ;monthn.; The cause of his death is oterfiEid .
X fixate D. Klelnmunn
given as senility Interment was

O Advertise your wants in the Val made at Oakhill cemetery, DeLand.

1 ey Gazette. If you have property
for sale or exchange, or rooms for 666 has more imitations than any l

tIdac' quick relief and often ward off rent a small advertisement in out other Chill and Fever Tonic on the
\ ..dJy ......... Known as the national lassified columns will put you ir, market but no one wants imitations. 7 C IGARE T T E i iet /

medy cf Holland for more than 200 touch with the people you want to They are dangerous things in the ::. j

.it} yywra' All drocrista, in three ..... reach. 48-tf. median line. -Adv. !

J. f1:: 4Mk ,., ..- c.w ....... r ..us ...
1.4 .d a.- .......... Hint for housewives: Don't burr!I When a candidate hedges is it fair
Wol _. _
: '\i'1-'" hubby's straw hat; enamel it and I to say his is fixing his political fences j ',

-r the Valley Gantts.1I it as a sewing. basket. ? SI '. 'I
J".( ,j3ubaeitbs, oi, use/ ". ...- - !Rr t(1I;: ,11jt7it \,
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4 'THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER: 29:, 1'20 .. .._ KIN.*'

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,, Industrial progressGraphically
II

WHILE THIS. STOCK LASTS ,Shown !

FOR
x fI At. 'Florida State1 Fair SALE! .

I I I fl'Must

Prices Tires Varied tured Industries In Their of' Relation the Stats to

Special on ..AgricultureJacksonville. Jr..r Warminj relief ibr Be Removed


.-The Varied Industries caches.HE's .
ss building at the State Fair here, NOT.
just used Sloan's
18-27, Is In ofb
reality a pageant
and the
quick
c. industrial progress ol Florida during comfort had brought a smile j 7-room house on the
6,000 MILE GUARANTEE STANDARD MADE the past year | of pleasure to his face.
"Made In Florida" products will Good for aches) resulting i southwest corner r
predominate though then are to be from weather exposure
30x3 R. D. Clincher_______---------- ----- ----$12.40 pen also the latest time and labor A3* sprains, strains, lame back, I Main and Lake
overworked muscles fenetralet
." 0 30x31/2! N. S. Clinchernnnn--n-------------- 17.65 -< w saving devices --domestic appliancesof 7Q+ without rubbing All- "j/ streets. '
all kinds food product rating high tlftO druggist have it. ,
;;, m 31x4 N. S: ClincheLn----n--- 24.30 :
; 5S In sanitary method of production andln
go. 32x3/2! N" S. Straight Side __ _1__ ____ ___ 21.85 nutritive value, manufactured all You ;
.
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> I- s 32x4 _______________________- ____ 28.30 -< :z: 0:: ,'oier'the: country. Many nationally I 'Apply
7 .. .. .. : Q 0o
S 33x4. _____________.______________ 29.45 g known Institutions will! be represented Pdin'aI
:" .. .. ? .. 2: S 2 by large and comprehensive display 4n1iieth:
.., 34x4 ---------a------------------ 30.50 5 22JO R.
.. .. A. S. REEDooooooooooooooooooo
y > 31x42! I. 36.25 : ,.. A visit to the Varied Industrial
.. .. .. -------T-------------------- 0' Isinglass is known kanten in
o- C 70 33x4'234x414' ____._________-___________'____ 38.8-: Q 0. : Building will put you abreast of the Japan, where it it made as from seaweed.
.. .. .c
.. > times on all the devices and improvements
o 2 o ___________________________. 40.25 CIC.J new oo..
: .. .. .. ..' 0.:1': on old ones playing an Important -
--- -- -- --
J3S 35x41/2! nnu--n. 42.25 t" oo j part In your dally life.There r
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11 WI'
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37x5. ___ 48.25 x are other sections Including: .
0
nnnnnnun
z
: : .. .. ..
z agriculture countlea 'cattle, horses
= 15x5. .< 40.75 2 a
> .. .. .. .. -nnnnu.nnu OWe swine poultry boys' and girls' clubs
36x41/2 ____________________________ 42.80 woman's free acts, aviation, midway 1
and a host of features some of which I
are sure to pleaae the most critical. We've Got 'EmAny 3
have only a Limited Stock at this price. Above prices

quoted, will apply only to !Stock on hand. CITRUS FRUITS ---..... ;W! _t t

LUPFER & PRATHER GARAGETo I. FEATURED AT -

I w
STATE FAIR I make of used car you desire,

I i ., at right prices, delivered to your

rid] of worms in dlihln'n'' The gent who takes "love! rne an< Rub-My-Tism: is -a powerful nnjti j I Special Competition! Is Inauguratedfor door. without obligation on your
Counties Citrus
give them White's Crciim, Vcrmifutri' I the world of mine" seriously.] uual Jl septic; it }kill the poison rowed) from Producing .
g The little sulTV.-er improves! at once ly die in a liacholor's) home. infected l culs! cures old sore,, tetter, FruitJill part to buy. We will pay your ex-
-- -- ksnnvillf.Oni of Florida's! chlffrr
and i '(ion iMMonie.s healthy, active and l etc.-adv.It
riilni-t. 1'riie, :1: ;ic. Sold liy Holier- K\eiythin, that i is \\O"tl1\\lIII til ".'e( 'h. the cilrux nut. lIuluHtr)', '18 pens; if you prefer to inspect find
,'on', rliarniary.: : ** y HIT li.ilnls is nlwiiv pla<<'il under tills liiM-n -?(>iiiul, tint pioduction, ||II" h KiM'ii': ii I.use place ill the,, Flop '
----- -- - the head of inheritance' liy your cnn lie mrtu" 'nsed liy thy .I'liiinnatinn'! Id.i, Sill 1 o':" r 'ln-r. .. :Nov. ISiT: buy a cur'at our eytabliyltmcnttt .
Suliscribe for .h.. valley (Jazette friend" of noises in a I'.K'ttuy Funinciu' iilii.il .pri-mnmiH are offer

I I'd. .mil in mlihtimi. tint. I'oimtics are
eo >.e.d] jo d]<*iiionMrali' lli,-ir, ciI '
.,..... Write Us Today for Full Particular.
I tni rr- "" In'a wpefal' \Uorti'-nl'
No sir-ee bob ( .oJ i MINI .-tit.on..
j'- --
I Tli s i-m-i.iii.im-nx'nt Is fxpi-ctcil tuPl'mllli I
I I- tin" fluent "Ht<"IMIlllhlK; of Cl-
No with I IIMK- 111111'r dIHld.1| premiums ,'. A. SAGER ti
; It \viii,:, I lu hut li a showing as will Hiir "
Camels-all quality priaii i-\('. F'lariduulc. who have
thought' Ihnmaelves! familiar with the
( I rrsouri-t's of their native Ktate. What 220-222-224 W. Adams St., Jacksonville, Fla. s
jj1uJu. E ._ ,
then will he (the felinK of the thou I
Camels i Phone 4517 References: Peoples Bank of Jacksonville
CAMELS quality plus ex- minds, of viHlora from out of the State

of choice Turkish and ., who view for' the first time perhaps ,
anything like a complete exhibitionof \ ,-s-ae
choice Domestic tobaccos out the
pass ---
citrus fruits! &I _.-
most wonderful cigarette smoke you While remarkable\ citrus displays
-- ----- ---- ------- "-
made Florida counties In
were by
drew into mouth .. Advertises Their "WanU" ia The Gazette
4 ever your 1919, thin. year's. will far eclipse anything Everybody Who li Anybody Valley
.
I of like nature that 'baa ever - -;:: --: --- -- -
.r.I a ari And, the way to prove that been shown before in the State. _

statement is to compare Camels I Other features of the State Fair of
Interest will\ be livestock 8ectlonIpoulIl"
:
t puff-by-puff with any cigarette in )! industrial, Implements, auto I .

__, the world! mobile'-woman's work, educational,, Lhat Sprinkle of Sugar ..
free acts, aviation, etc
= Camels have a mild mellowness thatis 5

as new to you as it is '.delightfuL Farm Implements'Show over your cereal dishis

t b Yet, that desirable "body" is all there! Features At State Fair. expensive and it is

They are always refreshing-they}
Latest Models of" Farm Machinery of a needless
tire taste. expense.
never your all Kinds on Display ?


Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty Jacksonville.-tio display of products Try the rich flavor of m

aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor I of tbe soil would be complete In
Its educational value if unaccompanied -
\\TURKISH f*DOMESTIC] Your say-so about. Camels will be: by a showing of Implements best
BLEND adapted to the production' of priie-
Tits
CIOAR* rpeuts.A
lfMyJbut th t's.a great cigarette". winning crops. .
s- -- -- Hence the State FaIr In Jajclraon\ -
... ... ,. ..,. __
c.-/ 1<1 " 1ft ntIf..lIy vllle. Nov. 18-27. will devote considerable -
_.. .hmtfm... of 2O.cyu./t... ..:.or ten ".. h... ((700. space to displays of the very ;
f**) tn m te m-p p r>oover-1 carton. W..ironhnoomm.nd blend of wheat and +*
thim carton for ,.hom.OI_ latest models of all sorts of farm machinery malted
supplies irfcwi you.trmw.L including tractors, trucks, rich in its
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO co. harvesting machines adaptable to FlorIda barley own'i

wia.to..-Slam, N. C. crp, tilling machinery and labor sweetness. I
Having. devices of various kinds.A -'it'
large plot of ground has been pro
'. vided for the actual demonstration of Grape Nuts requires no sugar
:.f ..
these Implements so that the visiting and this is .J
only one
farmer may see In actual operation __
(iJiEFirA junt how the particular machine In feature of its gen -. _-- ,
which he _
Is Interented would work on '
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::
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r his own land. These machinery demonstrations eral usefulness JIr ,
are of the greatest valueto ,
Florida farmers, and it Is In the and economy. __- r >
realization of this fact that the State --

t : Pair hue provided ample facilities for At Grocers ':-t: '
tbe I thorough demonstration of the I --_ -,
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new models. Everywhere ,
1 The value of being able to compare ::--F'Ooo_
the work of the various types at one Made by Postum Cereal Cojnc.Battle -- .".:: "
time and place will be readily ::-- "
recognized -
CreekMkh. ...
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by the man who Is contemplating ---.o- :.-"-.=,: j!
the purchase of a machine, but is ---
undecided on the type best adapted to
-.. his use. Without a comparative dem ,- t
onstration he Is working more or less
Florida Citrus in the dark, having to depend almost
Exchangereturns entirely on the judgment of the salesman
) who Is naturally prejudiced.This .
is another service ONLY A COLDPERUNA
rendered by
,
the value of your State Fair-It helps you select .

crops the equipment.moat satisfactory and economical ) 1Fctre1u

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,3 ( A cold is an acute afl -
to the BEE MEN TAKE tarrb which an easily be.
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directly growers Dome chro.ic. A gre.t
PART IN.STATE FAIL y t many rtltrssrt msr be trsc- t

..... Fin. Apiary the mucous membea.es.1 '
Display Proposed
: preventing their dissipa .'- lialag the organ. oe pert.

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Jacksonville. A very fine'apian
display will be one of the attraction.at '1
the Florida State Fair In this city
tion !
among speculators NOT. 18-27. .
Visitors will have an opportunity u *
see the bees at work (under glass ai gyp.ul.rm.lb'

.g Mmtomhip UM Florida Chru Exchange require safety first measure), honey In tbi tdca.a DNrj y rs Pores bas bwb t s
aly Uw ability la c -Gpe&.. No initutlm fen, comb and strained, beeswax: and the b bosnlQYadars '
.. w SMOtbcnklp due Far faOonMtioB. woMilt tKT } various products for which we have e.d.Usti iaalrMe srstgl. V4

l' ...gar 01 ts..r..t ..orlrio. nb-esrj.ItgT. evoils. to buy thank bee.This .the proverbial Industry of tb K1E.IT IN THL HOUR, c :t.. '

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( TEN THE KISSIMMEE, VALLET GAZETTE, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 291920: .. .-\,;

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: OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS FORD HEADQUARTERS i'j' ,J. W. 'THOMPSONEuncral

;'j 1 .OF _THE CITY COUNCIL. < A VERY BUSYSPOT DR. BUCKMASTER S

-' .- 1 Director
Th council met in regular aeniilon Between' the. time spent In advance

i I Among the Live t Oaks I on present Tuesday H. ;M October, .Breaker.6. "here, president bttlntr/ ; ing the demonstrations of the Ford- ANDLICENSED ,",, '. .

George W. Fox K. H. Floyd, .\.. S. oil son tractor and handling the income KISSIMMEE'S'OSTEOPATH
: bt rt.. and .J. W* member ing and outgoing Fords I, P.:: Tim. EMBALMER .
..... of council!; LrVl l4 O'Bryan; city at.
is the :
mons a busy man-and '
torney;, J. H. Cadet', J. it.m very '
< iTt. clerk.: J. W. Thompson front office'and the back 'shop are .,
offered wasExcused :
.
: An opportunity U now those ;! Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave.
on account of an urgent call. scenes of<,rush and hurry. Mr. Tim- '
desiring. pleasant home Minutes of. the. previous raoetltifr had this Ford finishing KIHH1MMK13. FLORIDA l'
-week
frs 5- a mre approved reports of. offcerswere mons a son _. '
Rooms examined and approvedand the the plowing of the'' tract own- ',: :
.Sis: Large KitcheaPantryFull following. bills ordered paid: ed by federal authorities, after LEWIS O'BRYAH STATE BANK BUILDING j

'' 8' "lIdel, mayor HalHrlen.f ,______.___ .f 80.00 which the Ford son did a 'splendid job
Quarter' Block in Excellent C -Tyson, marshal .hOhh__ 100.00 of double discing-and the lot 'how ATTQRNEY.AT.LAWWarner Phone No. 162 ;

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\Vm Quirk police *.u 75.00 presents a nice appearance Besides ;//1
__ __ Building.
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1 Z Kohemon treasurer 85.OOJ
Residential Section H Ullbprt. clerk and collector t 45.011II that fact, Mr. Timmons carries. .-." _.. - ------ .-. -..-- -----.--'- -..----- Ms.+ f :'
M Breaker council member, '--4O.O) prospective: buyers of tractors to =: ; ,,.'",
U..oV Fox council member_ 4".011)< hat locality and shows them what .
'f It H Floyd" council member__. 40.00A ,
Where' lies charming lawn of
\ a H" Ollbert council member10.00 his machine will do. A couple I

Carrying Live -Oaks and Oranges and Pecans C K Tyson, supt streets15.00 carloads of Fords just arrived is : I
: _.. : :
Neal Heaver, scavenger ? 7ft.oi keeping the storeroom in a most I -
Fermon Iouder scavenger _.__ 7ft.O
MI M.el I..e.... congested state-although the carsare
going out Mr. Timmons ,
Klsnlmmee Telephone Company 1.35 says
Rare Chance to Secure a Fine Property Carson .Farmer/ accent ______u 11.60Klatnlmmcp about as fast as he can get them in.
Teleiffione Company 11.211''
Valley (Unmet. tax list A adv_- 175. N Cold. '
.? H Ollherl. pay roll, ceme'y wk 243.95 Only a License Notice .
.1 K OIlluTt, balance street wk. 111.25:
Apply at 301 Main Street Kusutmee
t. .1 C Griffin shop work-_--.-__ It"11 Are you HIT is often answered"Oh -
F C Bryan, mule f..d"h 186.2fi it's only a oold," as if a cold
J I.. OverHtreet. recording u.._ l.Oi" of little
J L. VhnilpR' & Co.. Imh..ruu l.fi: was a matter consequence
f f. : .. ., _ .. ilsceola Hlw ('0.. supplies____ Sfi.20 but people are beginning to learn
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J It filbert, lvnnc4-,- l' A J Maclonouich, resurveyingnegro to be trifled with that some of the
cemetery __ : ; 14 OO
f ' .! Hi lllharl), stamps At niipplles 2.KO most serious diseases, start with a
..lt! Story, trustee of liomltrustees. cold. As soon as the first indication Please take notice that Occupation

1;, : : Wlienl Coffeerees bond .n Interest__- -.-_-on__n bulkhead_.._____ 873.49 ')f a cold appears take Chamberlaia'sCough
\damw-KvanM ('0. .sInlaIe No. Remedy. Remember that the
f 6.. paving, e...,..11'.1.110.' u, __ 687 2" sooner you get rid of your cold th" Licenses are due and payable on Oc- \

,. A J :MnclHHHHiKh. fees - 2124 ;less' the danger, and this remedy will

; ': i 4 Visa' --' use .Vsloncl tin 1 u nrc Ar catnnlte Kupfer( (No'oiii puny f1 ,_n 234"' !help you to throw It off. tober first. All operating without -
) :%,ain L! 1.11 pf'r. par.jll K 1 11 426 -------- parties
0I "alsrlra n' l.luht I'lant OMES TO KISSIMMEE
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\v A Joiner. Huperinti mlnt 17fi are
I I' Ito 1 kli H I W'Isam '. PLEASED WITH CITYL. such licenses after that date are indirect
I j ''M in JohttfMit) !*M (it
; I POSTUM CEREAL .I.dnlvun., eM ra iriH-- 3O (ui- CitvIi.; ...
I ;, .,. Le 01;r 1nsN 441 hU O. Yohn, of Garden -
f : i H 1"1'"< nd the following; day made a our-
I 1-; \ I HUH: 75
?-ft on
4S \II I I...i. ,-. tit _. 42.II 't'acv of n !five-acre tract on VinoDirect. .
Coffee drinkers who switch I'<-ti 'ultli. 30 ,o ,> With" :Mr. Yohn came his be subject) to prosecution if said licenses
MI.M I K 1': Oft .hvMlilrc. colli-i't.ir 75 inM .\ f.> and, two children and to follow
:.I i from their accustomed table ......
tl Lret In n. .
ill: be a car of furniture aid ho 'se- I'
r : ii-M I K !; 1 11.> rhj Nhnv i return
drink almost turn to \ ,'Ut h. i- 1 14' art. i 4'ild yoods.' For "'onw11:'" Mr. are nut paid curing the month
!' always .1"I I' ;it, iffln. shop( Nmk 42' ohn has. been employed as a teleraphcr -
/{ ; Postum because of its deli- \ ( ;.n x. it. pi, hit INK Gf."" but feeling that the winters
II l I' Siihl. hauHnu . 4 Tin \ould IKfar more comfortable! in of October.
\ coffee-like flavor.There's I lilt l> rHtat* It.-Illna I'"to puny( 4 fil ',"lorida and that the summers would! I II. I 4a.Bl
: cious : .. ,"111''nll I'it i k IIIK <'oin pn n y 20 40 I IK- fully as pleasant! : t the family .t'nlosed i; 4-1
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10'1",1":0: 1 Kli-i: hlr l Supply( 172 Iii
I (!tar..I. H(1 I w !'' HtippllfH" 5504l'r4xton ( of their hoa.e at Garden, City C. L. BANDY) x
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i: no harm to health in Af S.'I11111It| epalrH: 15 7fiViniHT nil came southward. Kissimmee
\ Sa w> er C. sOppllra( II" Bounded good to them and both. Mr.
\V MnkliiHon: .'n. Kupplit'H K2 R.'t:! !
.;.. Postum. Much as tastes like .J 1 I It 'Cllhcrt: far ru.-l oil 1.15877 '!tad Mrs. Yohn ale very enthusiastic Collector.E. .
.I k HI-t fr.-t"hl on oil 642 TV over their prospects. for making anew
coffee there is no coffee in it. 1 U <:11I..t. froiulit on pump 71 44 I home in a pleasant locolity.
n\i.-, S.TStation.! HupplifH 42 7f> , ,- 1
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.' I' :Mr ; Boil Postum a full fifteen min It .;m" rt. .- {..llI.n"'lInllnl 2 47tllm AT Mill Supply (xmpanv 216; CONFEDERATE VETERANS
and that rich O llcrrMoiltr rt-pnlm 272 441 utes -
a : 'l you develop donation: : (.r"lf$ (MHi; win granted
the KISMl,1111U t ..' .\inc-r. Kami for thoM Orlando is making many preparalons -
\ flavor you so much like.There's .,'n...(" This will be pa lil, In month) t to render the annual reunionof
3 i 1..t"lIn."I.) .K. the (first I ni which will

''. ,' I.Mpai. hi l I1c.nl I bet 1. the United Confederate and Veteransn _,__ __ _ __ _ __ .
\ mlllll.oll..n I : from II.- city en. > Wednesday, Thursday, u
I. .. rlnt-er., A J I :\lIII..u"'h.! ro'lath' to day, November 10. II, and 12 Fri-I' -

a Reasonfor .hulk,nd hand v i t'otnrnunii'at till .wan filed h.for.... referencei :Mn lont.upfer -1- complete success. A complement ofommittues O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY

'" ; .1 ('omi>nnrlalmltm. : n I.T each is now active, and various JACKSONVILLE.; FLORIDA
.>f bulkhead. contract. wan r..f..rro.Ml toth organizations of Orlando are COMPLETE FERTILIZERSFDIITILIZER
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,
.It \ atturn.y. and' the hslkhealoonnlllrr
R : ) o-operatmg to make the affair one MATERIALS
.
POSTUM ". : _.- *1'be Chum made. by I'n .I..h..NI.... ''land welcome to all members of1' SPBATKHHIlfSBCTICIDKM
I bat a body had 'Bern burled. on n nat rapidly depleting association. I
--- .art 1"1" lot 'In ceiueterv. and. risking !
.. Made ate:?8Postum 1':<12 I hat the blunder be corrected' \\ I thin POULTRY HUPPLIM ...
.\. by =-. -t-= t.en d.cta, vHH referred t o ",' . An English/ novelty is a nhapping Writ t.w U M< PrlM U._ 141 : Cereal Inc. emmiilltlrr i for I Irn"...late' Inv.. basket mounted on two whwls.

: Battle Cr Company '/ tlonThe form, nf paving notes. UK atlga.I\ t
tr \"III.i ed. WIN a i>proveilThe i I
Ht i ..et commit, \% n" .
1'.1' lu ,sake needed r","palra ..
,. dok, a(".1. to extend. the .. .011..1
y ,1 the rom-rete duck to the old i Istt -
I for }public convenience.Adjourned . .
I
:, "BETrERVoTELOW'I"! I to Thursday. October 7. and
"HOW I. Ailrfuurned.. Meet IRK
WELL I WARNS.CONGRESSMAN :Council 1 met in adjourned' s' asionon Black PowdersWaterproof
Thursday, October 7, with all fnemhern. -
b AT COMING ELECTION aft well I'" the city attorney and "

YOU LOOK!" cltv clerk extension present.An of. titan Was grantedthe ;
: ] "My advice to you is thatof a bulkhead committee? In matter df ""

I'negro I' have heard about who was the Maloiiey-JjUpftT Company claim .. ,
St I ---, working in the woods and a black fur breach of 'contract.The .
When Your Blood I* Rich and Red .snake got hold of his toe and .wrap- clerk was authorized to cancel
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People Notice Your Good Health" I perl itself about his leg. lie yelled wo r rants Company In favor Fovertng'esltrnntrs of the: MaloneyI.upfer I -

to the boss, who came with a hoe. 7 and S, and' to Is*lie n wiirr.int. in.
:' PEPTO-MANGAN BUILDS HEALTH 'Careful there boss,' said the darkey.'Ilon't favor of the water and. light collet-t
-overhiK bill for el< rUh i current f urnlHhed -
cut too high or you'll! find the .
(,,1 Id 'omlu\l" an p<-r cont ract.'I'hfH
Pale Face, Dull Eye, Drooping Digger!' warrant. wan .Issued to :II''IMHKatherlne
Shoulder Remit From "When you get ready to >':(Ie on 1>erbshire and wa for thesum I:1
.1 of $1,130!: 44
dotted Blood I November 2, I warn you don't vote After a ditfruHHlon o< the matt* r or
too high or you'll\ find the negro. I II paving, the body ndjoumed until Frlda -
I He's in politics, in spite of all the v n f t ernoon, > 4>t-1 otter K, at two
If blood is in bad it o'clock.
your shape republicans tell and he's in because i
you. A meetingAll
4S shows up in your looks and feeling. I .f the ridiculous notion that I members djnurned of the Council and officers '
When blood is rich with red
a ,
your he thinks he can get more rights were present at this 1t00J"UIII..1 :
color is .
corpuscles your better-your than it is safe for him to have." meeting.The ,
contract resented by th.d.-
lips are read, eyes wide,, open and So spoke Honorable Joe Segra.9g. .U1N-I:'.ftllll..Com"lIny rerrnrdlDK. tb.* p '
fright; good feeling' "hows ilt I I of under thepresent I
your JMssimmee; tpeaking; to a large completion the paving t
your actions. contract so far... material on
a Common will tell that if crowd Wednesday evening from the hand will supply was unanimously ; -I ,
sense
you band stand in Fort Pierce. Mr. accepted, and the clerk and the I president t
-1\: thin blood makes you look life- Sears reached Fort Pierce from of the council were author lied '
'; leas, it lowers your vitality. If your ''to execute the name. upon approval of 1,
West Palm Beach as the next stop-
is low have the city attorney.The .
little
r. vitality you power ping point in his tour of the east following resolution was unanimously I
to resist disease germs. MIen, women adopted:
coast in the interest of the democratic I-l
and children with rich, red blood are Whereas: The city now has for sale
able to. fight off the which party. A large and nethusiastic certain promissory notes In the sum .
germs gathering of citizens heard him, and of 27.248.38 payable In one arid two TMoneyBack '
r bring severe illness. in spite of the high wind that blew years, and bearing Interest ut 8 percent "-
When feel down apd weak Hnd'h..r..lla i.\i ,, '
you run from date thereof;
from the east Mr. Sears made himself '
with no appetite and no ambition. \\ : Adams-1C vans and Company '
y heard easily.-Fort Pierce News- contractors, have offered the
take Pepto-Mangan for awhile. It is
I Tribune. city par value for said notes with accrued -
a great blood building tonic. You interest thereon from date of 'j
should begin to feel better within a notes to date of delivery: and. ,
Whereas: It appears to the best '
few days. Railroad Man Gives Good
Interest of the city and Its tax-payers 1't
TL Pepto-Mangan is put up in both and citizens that then notes. knownas ,
liquid and tablet form. Take either Special laying Refund Notes he Shot-Shells '
kind prefer because have Advice sold nt said price: .
they
you
the
Therefore be It Resolved : That :
y the same medicinal value. But be offer of the said Ada ms-K vans and A'f
sure you get the genuine Peptolann'Gude's. "Several years ago I was under Company for said notes be and thesame -. "
."' The full name.Gude' treatment of a stomach specialist Is hereby accepted.There I.
You back for The Black Shells
being no further business thecouncil can get your money
We make exactly the
. Pepto-Mangan, should be for 5 months, 3 weeks of which were I adjourned to meet In regular I
on the package.-Adv.( ) spent in a hospital. Another stomach session TuesdayV:: November 2. IftZtt. at if, for any reason at all, you don't like them. Just same guarantee with .l

- specialist told I had gall stones 1 7 30 p. m.H. M. BRRAKKR. President. bring back the tinused part of the box, and we will I
s and that an operation was necessary.I J. R. OIL.HKRT. Clerk. CARTRIDGESThen '
EXCLUSIVE NEWS IN refund without the of "
to the
price
did not want to have this. I lost you, question,

s. THE_TAMPA TIMES 45 IDS. in weight. Talking with a a called Oiled I meeting MeH of.STAt the councilheld whole box. it no 22 Long 'i 1" '

The Tampa Daily Times is the only Mayr's breakman Wonderful one day Remedy he told and me sincetaking of on Monday of George October W. Fox 11.us the member resignation -- The Black Shells have reached so high a state of Rifle cartridge ai ac 1
3 Florida that
newspaper publishes it I have lbs and of the council was accepted, and at dIU.Dce.KOIa ,
i the David Lawrence letters. rained 16 I perfection: in waterproofing, in ;speed, in power, and.cunte. .
political the president made the following necessary ...,..I,..
a am feeling fine. I am advising othrs committees 90 to 250 yards u U.S. ,
This exclusive feature is the stand- changestln in make this unlimitedguarantee.
to try it." It is a simple, harmless Jv Thompson, chairman uf the un1onmtywe can 22 N. R.A.Ri9S
J> with Times readers who are kept
y bulkhead and street committees: R. H.
that the
: conversant with the lineup preparation removes l.eamokCanridcC8.This (:'I t
thoroughly Floyd' I, member of the bulkhead committee. ; ,1
catarrhal from the intestinal
'i for the big fight between Cox andI" mucus U 50
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tract and allays the infiamation Adjournment, followed.
Iiiarding.With which all stomach SHELLS & thanmoro6ithi t
causes practical ,
the full day and night reports @jT'BL.AU
Mver and intestinal ailments including VOTERS ARE PRACTICINGON beat
of The Associated Press, full tt'
V iB membership in the Newspaper En- appendicitis. One dose will con- THE PRACTICE BALLOTSAll Black POwdu' : rim-fire amm'uaitioa.Solid . )J
and .
rson
dtuggists: everywhere.vince
association and exclusive
; terprise
S publication rights to the articles of or money refunded. J. 2. Rob- day today! at the Chapter Try The Black Shells, if you don't know them. You can kuUet for targetwork. i

1, some of the best political writers in House there is being carried on get: your pet load fur every kind of hooting, in nopkeleu or Hollow-point ,t.

t ( America, The Times is a highly interesting DOLLAR LIMIT STORE "nrnctice votinir" under the auspicesof black powder. bullet for mall game. $.,

newspaper for any Flori- PLANS NEW QUARTERS the Mothers' Club of which Mrs.: Coat no more. All for
UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPAN Y N.w Y....,M--e-.n
dan. No other daily in the state i Qeleit.-.. Fripp U president.! The circular C-9J.
f wilt watch the' moves and countr- The Dollar Limit Store, feeling the n-actice ballots contain; the names of Com in and tot a oopjr of Th U. S. Cam Law Book-FREE.

H moves of the presidential campaign nerd of better facilities' and larger the twenty-nine presidential electors,
.o closely. nremises to carry on iM increasing together! with all other candidates- OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO., KUsimmec Fla. W. B. MAKINSON CO., Kiitinunee, Fla. ,

x Thn Times will be sent anywhere business has secured the vacant national, state and county; and the S. F. Tram Co. Cocoa, Fla. J. S. Stone Melbourne, Fla. 1,
} in the state from now until after the rooms in the Stanford & Miller' work carried on today up to four
Cocoa Fla. H. M. SaDie
election for $1.85-8 David Lawrence bloc'< three doors from its present o'clock this afternoon. is merely educational W. A. Brown Sebastian, Fla.

,' : letter and other fine features location and will within the next ten and not partisan. All women A. E. Mather & Co. Can Gallic Fla. Gut Thomas Sharp, Fla.

+ after the returns are in. 43xx days be lorn.ted there. In the meantime voters: rfff'''f!" nf party affiliations Chas. E. Sand Fort Pierce Fla. J. E. W. McCaller
Vero Fla.
l in order to deplete the stock all are "ladlv welcomed at the ,
I 141 all malarial countries the popular much as possible and thereby save Chapter House throughout' the day Gifford Trading Co. Gifford Fla. L. D. Cox, Vero, Fla. ,

: t; remedy is Herbine. People find the trouble and expense of removal says the president. The constitutional Indian River Naval Stores Malabar Fla. W. M. Stewart
it a good medicine for purifying the special bargains are being offered in amendment regarding the proposal Vero Fla. s

ro,4em Mud wardinp off the. disease, all lines. Special bargains are being to rimnd *hq state for twenty Terry's Cash & Carry Store Melbourne. Fla. A. J. Byrd Vero, Fla.,

Price, 60o Sold by Roberson' Ph'ar4 prpwVted for S..turday-and these linn of elnllars; is being mil-I I j

[4 I' ..C :' .. will be continued over Monday; and explained. \.

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I THE FRIDAY OCTOBER':2V 1920 .1 ELEVEM
.. \ aUSSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. 0 ,

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4 day of December, A. D. I(So. otherwise 4'
the llesttone of said bill will
be takrnas confessed .by said d.... .

AGRICULfURAL POINTERS fondant.It Is further ordered that that this
order be published once. a week furIoar
consecutive weeks In Th Kl.- .
UY I... H. WILSON COUNTY ADEN Imrao/ Valley (< published In said County and Ktoje. 1'
WOOD I have had good co-operation, fror; This IKlh day J. 1.of, OVKHHTRKKT tirtuhvr. mail., '

the in obtaining farm "
.growers! products ; "Ay -Circuit Court.
for the county exhibit to be> if Vr' > n. 14, nU1JAMK.Clerk
y't
I displayed at the coming state fair 1(01l'ICor for ('omplalnant; 42-it.<< .
"wtbYarJ6w (Circuit Court $.al)
I II If
in Jacksonville November IB., Lethe .- .
good work keep up and we will Mrrl/'N tile NAI.M

show them just what a real count Notion" in hereby:-;given' that under

can produce. and by virtue orftn,1 dcree'I.su-
Here is something else for you to '"Kw": "*. of the! Circuit Court of thee'eOIJUdlrlah
t!I: t: tk : : do. Offer'as a suggestion some farr fMrcult of the (,HIM,, ofFlorida. YIn
In and for tuoi-ola County.
:
.. {product that can be used in decorating ChnnriTy, dated Uclol.fr t), J1I20.
Pine and Lightwood, for the booth fUr Osceola at this pt'i In the PBKC or l.llllt. ||. Itaidi in, '.. '
fair. Some useful fatm produc Adnilnlitratrlx, of Ihi.slat, of Krnn /
stove faii.tl. cum lament *
grown/ from tho farm that can bused VIM HUHK.. I.. l:..Nlcy.l Jennli* K.
hrered" anywhere in the cityt to decorate with at the sam l.p.li-y. Ouldu MaUo)'. Mary T. K. }
Kunkln. Jolui >V Rankly, upfer *.
time make an educational displa; I .
I'ratlK-r OnrHw C. to:. ('arl..,,,, and
: :i I: :t :t I: that will blend with the entire ex Slat tank of l.nkclnmid.| Hi-npojiilfnlc
hibit. If you have anything in mini I will offer for laic| to the hIKI....'
that will fill the bill, please send I Iid It bidder. at the Crust door of the Court'
Kissiutmue' Flotilla, ''t
lioii<> at on
at once. We have no time to los I Monday, ItpermluT a. Itimi>> tinfol)-
nmett RoliffPhone in making-preparation for the exhibIt 1 lowing dcMcrlhiMl. property. In imcoolaOiuno. P
( l'lorldu.Lot .
6 of jltlock 8, of H K. It It. I
To all farmers and truck 1I
143 growers Co'ii survey of llu- tlty of ICIitKlm- -
please take notice.; Tueftda;; in.Klnrldn Abu loin I. 4. '
night October 2I, there was orguniz .y "N yI4OME I 7. S. Ill II,. 12. 13, 14. 17. Zi'I*.
I 211. 2 I. 22. 23 and 84 of sd at the Chamber of Commerce aililltiou to 1 ti.simute..
-- -- rooms, all truck growers and farm City I KliirlilH, aeei.rdlnK to ofitli y
;
for the purpose of having a>a +rd < >l pint on ale I In ih<- ofHrp of
lel'B. the Clerkof the circuit Court ofOKCooln t
market in Kissimmee wher County. Florida.Terms F
ICZEHABACK I you can bring your produce and obtain of sale en nli. 4

I a market price and so warran ITALYIt c"pital of modern Italy, on the River their crews visit this wonderful old liclolici22. 1920. JOHN 1'1' CI>KU

your good efforts in growing/ food ,Tiber, is I 17 miles from its mouth on city. From) Naples, jGenou and Leghorn /a-<<. Hpeelal M .tor.NOTK .
bNef products. There was quite a numbo has been years since a I the !Mediterranean. The city, as : they R-O in train-load contin- -
at' I eurstlo.lrltunr'e a.INa of interested growers/ at this meet said that travel many was, educating thousands of tourist are aware, is. gents, and if their. vessel is laying at 1- '11: .'0" FI III.ICATM ro
tb.tral..e.t.IaT' .., sage
e t Rt.e..r., Itck. /tr.S ing who wore enrolled in the organi yet the adage is as apparent todayas situated on nine or ten hills, or K4uinicino they very often take liepnrlmcnt of the Interior.I U. H.
eeeae. 4Wr.or.cr4b b.- zation and who gave their names as I' it ever ....as. in fact it is morepronounced. ridges which are formed of tufu 01 trips up the river to the city of I...Old of lice nt (1..1 lneevllle, Fla..
a < T troilmniM f.l.d. the organization. Another I ( let I IR, 1U2IINOTICK \
supporting There is more to be conglomerated sand and ashes thrownup Rome. I Arehle
k.* bS>lrahMuckcM relieved cos.er.dc : Thursday : In hrreln itlveli that' -
You c.'t meeting was called for ,seen the modes of transportation by neighboring: volcanoes now One does\ not have to stretch hidimagination MeI.h..oll. of l.tikoHeo. Florida,
i... ) our M. ..rCmoHtnt a..A night, November 4, at whicl) have ; increased twofold, and the old :extinct but active down to a veryrecent to see the womlcrou ul 0. in Jul2S..' I 1919! made llotiirHloiid -
**. Try It a wu rl.k meeting we expect a larger attend sights". .and although the American Kntr> No II ilfUnl.: fur Sly ofSWU
TODAY Pric* rx.eCEN'1'ItAI. world has Ix-cn on a plane of building period. I andV ** ..f MI':4. Seel loll 17.TIIWIIHII .
ance. At this meeting the election prosperity for many. years past. The American Naval vessels] which Naval nuti are always equipped witha | || 31 S KaiiKP :34 K TallahllHHOe -
; mu:<; HTIIIU of officers will take place in oldelto /Among the most ancient cities of operated during the war and which camera<< or at least] some of theparts' : !Merlilllll hllH filed IKlllce oftlltclltlllN
the organization. It is mndesirv ; cannot possibly convey to Illll ki* ColllHIUtllt Illfl I'roftf
perfect in the
the Mediterranean! pictures
the world probably Home, Italy are now in to cHt.ihlthh, eliiini' to the land aliovo
us yam county agent to art i is the greatest .sightseeing! landmarkof I interests of the government, are frequent I nor depict the sights with which di Mcrllied. l I.. fore Merk Clreult Court.ill .
TILLER 3 t tln every trucker in thlt vicinity I of Ki.xsimmee the ancient countries. Rome, the visitors to ports from which our boys arc familiar. iNMlninn i>, l.'liii lilii on the' lath
M. . ,
or county, to become a .111' of XnI'tnliei I'I2llllltj0t <> l Vl
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< I IIH W IIIIOHHenII
t member of thin organization am C Miller IIIIOIIH or lokoNe. liirllln. a
Real Estate fluency. ,,'allmore: than cvur' before what< THESE AUTO SIGNALS F M KdilM. of I.nltoKfe. Florliln
really a co-oparuti\e organizatior SWINE SHOW AT STATE FAIR ARE ESPECIALLY GOOD'I 1 .1 II llu us, of l.okoxip. FlorlilH., y
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of Oact-ola. < II,,, riiilwett., of li.l I I.Ii will mean to the county > '
I \v I IIAVIS 1 , 1
Rea4y Bought and sold. We must pull together and woik a" A REVELATION.Depicts I I These signals have been adopted ,! 4r..r.l H.,(liitM-r.

HOU M rented. a hotly if we arc to make any progreHH. in many states: '
kll'IKi: K\KI: : Ton roil KI\Al
Taxes and Tides verified / I Are you for u butker, I i1\ort I To signal a turn to the left thodiiver's I ... ..II-\la,:. ,I II.
; paid |riiperons, uounty in which to liviI Development of One of Florida's Most Important I left hand i is> extended' I I. .h'our. ,,r I ounlr JudKr, .*<... -

J (for non-residents.! \ I hon I boost ural 1 steadily] talk to youl"n"iJhhu. straight out.When uf Klurldn, ll.cf...l. Cnttmtj.In .
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Fire; Life and Accident I In .. about an organization foiLiu Industries. : about too turn to the right the Fatale or 14.. A! Uerlund. Do- '.

purpose. of buying and asBingummudttiw the hand i is extended out and the renal. ... a.
surance. I for and from the farm -- '
( forearm
up. !'IIOT" '1': ,IS 'IIKKUKV! IIIVKN. to all .'
Indemnity Bonds. I II )IWi't torgcl\ the meeting mMThursday l Jacksonville The possibilities of ful argument: for the continued development When abtiut to slow down or slop, whom' II mity eiuieero. that on 1 h,* 7thdii -
X I We want 11 fun at l.I l. I of n..i,,. ... A 11 1920. i Hhnnnpplv I'
night. hand i is hekl downward.On \
.. . . ' 0000. . ... . ... bog raising; in Florida will be't'ry of I this most Important Indus the right > to Ihr' 'MooorHhle T. &1 Murphy, '.,
-- _ -- h __ .undanci'" of all men lint women who I clearly deinoiiBlruted in the swine try. I right hand drive cars the sys- .iHiluv! of: mil-1 Illlltlltl.. I lie interested. Ate you ?! the Florida Slate ,"Fair .fj.t>tn it Jtwt the opposite. I Imle f....' in.Ulial. <11 Mi-lui I'ue HH K.f-: ,'.
Agiiin to 'all producers< :: If you'' buildings at i These exhibits also' mark the pass'ing Siia>l'e no driver likes tee fevl 1 avi- eiitixof Illi" iKliiliof' M .** IteelnndefpiiHeil will .
November 18-27. inclusive. \ d mild .il the Hume time I
Mint to make and "UIIIOf1I1Y.. 1'1'0'IIll' Jacksonville : of the old tune "razor-back" which othcr oar Hinush into him from be- present tn> fltuil, u" "NUIN an Kxecutor -,
u slicltur that will be suitableor until not so very long ago. held sway hind when he halts suddenly in answer ur Kiiiil ent.ite nixl, HMk for thtflr ap !
FUR mER the storage of all farm -imple- The swine Industry IB becoming IHI a signal from the tl'afl'op\ pi, ova Ill.ileil
CaRsON In the State almost to the exclusion 1 AIIVUH 2lKt.' A. I 11. 'I92n
nents when not in U.'" !1'10" ", har- more and more a factor In Florida'sproaperity'and : tile signal is most rigidly observed I II (- A. CAIl'' oN.
of all othf members of the pig family. .
thrashers, Kxerutor.M
rakes
ows, mowers, hay development. The :StateI'air \ by ull. 7St..
I l"n.1 any farm tuols. yon may l1-liln.1 line done much to Illustrate Itspoastbilitles Now however thereare a large,.; I A signal in time often saves nine! -: : -4IIFIII9'IIItN't; : ;

SELLS real money., and when you I and the showing Ins, year number of (pure bred herds and more I'I'I >TI< K TO _

cngtlu-n the life: of these tools and In < our. .of the 4 minlla Judse. Osee-
top the rapid depreciation on them I I LEGiL ADVER1SEMENTS .. < i>nol >. "'n'. ..f KlorlilnAver. .

*Fire Life, Accident andHealth hen your hank account will h inciensc I In re Isalnte' *.f-l'holi.a-, .0 ('a r- .
I >ver night. A dollar I ar. made. So lake the faim, > *...-wi.h Judl-rls.1 4 In-iiM. ttupr- nil ( rdltura I I...a! -.* 11I..ltlhu- ;
Plate Glass. Lia- I ut of bad weather and see how ".1..out>. .*. I b.n..r'. II-IN and nil I Vron. hnvlnw' 4'talma 'I
I or l ciminilM auhliiM' said Mt''tp: 4Yo"
'lIIu'h longer", you cue wait before 1It li-MJI I I..tin, llarey nipln1nu' nt,, ..alit t-itch of ions lire herebynoUnVd
bility and Boiler Insurance. I "laving to buy aitothcr plow or liar- v HVMiA nd, i equirt-d: ; tt pri-nt*nl: army i
i
\\ )1ar\ .-\ I 110 ft1 ml a lit. flu: t in H and demandi, which you, or
ilh-I of \ "". may trnvn 8".tnll' the t,!
Legal Bonds Executed ow.Now= is i a good) time to select Uiat It 8"1"1.i hv nftlilavll .. piMMiiled, In 1'HliH. of < 'barlet Av.'rrll Carnori dt*- l\1.
Il'lot of ground" you expect. to plant the bill .Hlo.l In the alr.ofilHU"l, rauHilttit ri-um-il, I.' f "f Hreola ('.,unl)'. Florida "I
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ext in ruiVes sir, rice, ; | I''Inr.. Hidenci- ofV 1'5i.*y Hn rvcy.t / to the undcmfKiifd I ICxmMitora f
Needed. ;
Same spring from the
Day within two :
? hv dccndknt, th.*r,-inRHiated, In utiUnowH sold estate yearn
l he slogan
ice shall our '
iHd 1 more the data htr<*uf.
and Unit ht* IM over nvu "
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from now on. Upland rice will pros 'nT 4 of tw..t ..one years: It f h. thrcfurordKrod Hated Soptemhcc 17th.' A. IX ICO.JAMRS .
much trou-' e+ said I 1 defendant ho M OAltffON.
luce 40( bushels without Aral r hit tho luYI1. .
rilAUKKIl.
t
OffiCE: Slate Bank Building blto the aero here in Osceola. Ask '4] and I.. the he 1>In l 11 hereby of, .mpl..lnl r".,iulrftl sled to I-appcnr u ....Iel 1 '' vC" A. C ItHONitxecutora. .
at Hah Lake, for 'ie. ; A ; the-Idth 4l-8t'" .";* '
!It'. V, A. Stroup I ,, et cause on or before, Huturday.

nformation. Some rice Yea, that.' '( ix f _.n_ __ __' ,_ ---- ..
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making
; than
III a 'good deal better

W. B. CRAWFORD about 10 bushels of corn to the. acre .'

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW '.bas i the'same all trlu- desirable ground. rico And Mutt Osceola, l Wit II Onion; 'Ch--;: Kin-g--: Jr.. 8th Owned by Highland Oaks Fam., Burdett Loomis; t

Offices: 3, 4, 6, G, and 7 Osceola> teed to makv people! in New down Yolk I.n'IHI Jr., General Manager Pierce Florida. i
the rice "production
't Bank Knildmr.K1XJKIDA. about We con-'do will be even more remarkable than are being developed. annually The
in Osueola county.
ore
KI"SIo\UIHK It if ''yon are willing and I am sure heretofore judxiug): by the rinmber of I result' Is, of course larger return on

)',011I are game to try it a round. entries! already received from, all !Slip investment for the hOlt raiser.

PM JohllMCM. O P. OAIflt. T :Prank this over. Here ? art1l-of the Sta-te. The" State Fair's swine department

JOHNSTON & GARRETTAa'TQRNEYSATYAW ----- The animals ,gathered.; at the Slate IK pointing! the way to lighter(

BARTON LAKE ITEMS Pair, grown In Florida and fed onFloridaar dards In breeding; and fending tan'l Call 'Phone II

efflc..:10, 11 and 12; Osceola Band School M progressing nicely at -wn feeds present a forre- Incidentally to bltrfpr' : profits.Ic -

Building.KISSIMMEK. his place, and aH seem to be well

KLOHIDA leased with their teacher-Mis"iaalerson. I *, helpfuf community i i work such aa ..

--- ------ ._- JUNIOR J RED CROSS Mean-ap campaigns car of the sick >I-
Sunday school> and preaching last remotlon of btslth regolstlosjs, par- I 4,
AliKRMAN ,
e. F. KKI13HH A. attended' and en-
luaday' were wall la civic. lad patriotic mevainesits -
W. J. BTEBDKRIBBS : oyed. Rev Daughtry, of St.; Augustine WORKING AT HOME nelparlon-all"these creative agencies dalged -
AKERMAN AND STEED preached at eleven o'clock. : .
,
to translate Into Life and' action 5' '
his family to this I *
he is moving
AUor...,. .ud ('_.-.Ior. mt Law Vs the l' lular 'echool program are part ,
K 1..1......... KlvrtdaGrarral >lnce we hope to have the pleasure I machinery which the Junior Red -
of tile
. .. .. mid of listening 'to many wore good ser American
pmr< M "!.t. 'Production of Sound of the ,.1
Bilrri. If..... (' urto.BR. none ffcrm him, ,' Cross places at the disposal :;>

...I Mr. Davis who: has been connectedvitk Citizenship the First Aim, school authorities. ii 1.it
the turpentine business here I Graded study courses giving practical i

R. J. DENNING ''eceived a message from North Car- Says Or. Farrand. I methods of civic training, supplemented (.

; I ilina, last week containing: the sad by pamphlets and helpful suggestions \ -
I1EXT.IST
mews of his sister's death. He lefty are supplied to the local

Over the Post of Bee.OFFICK >, the first train to attend the fuss On the badge of every member of schools by the Junior Red Cross. An

HDl'ltH |i to 12.30. 1:3: t. IIte ral. The entire community sympe- the Junior Ked Cross are the word elaborate plan for promoting an Inter-

hixs with Mr. Davis in his sorrow.It tells the story of tha 0' correspondence between"chil
id.n.c" Phone "I Serve" That Chsnict
174Office Phone 158 i* expected to return next week.Our willglardly school children's branch of the American dren In different sections of the UnitedStates 'II
school and Sunday school with children. In foreign '.
u of Red Cross Bud Its efforts/ to bring is well as
toe aanition Mr.Duug'htry

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS I ) welcome and Mrs fa..ilvho I Diuirhtry will will move 1 bemanager I happiness to chlldreo throughout: tbe I I take a lands prominent Is bring place devised In the and will "So the People May Know"The ,

here soon world.
A.RENo READ VERY CLOSELY business lished olnsiroom program. eSUb-1
turpentine
of- the
was
I Realizing that the time never
'
for McDonald & Taylor in the absence In promoting the general
doubt there are hundreds of of :Mr.' McDonald.Uis so propitious S.K right now"' for teaching child welfare Red Cross courses IB Valley Gazette's desire is to

readers who have articles about the I Sadie Tindall entered school] the highest: Ideals of''citizenship home liygten and care of the sick I print all the news all the time, but t
house that are of no use> to th ia Kijsimmee last week. flrst aid and dieting may unless items are Kent by phone
but there are always some others iTr. and l Mrs. David Hart were Red Cross bus been framed under ID all Junior Red Cross Aux- card: or letter we cannot hope to get M

who'd like to get" them at a bargain. visitors at the home of Mr. and :Mrs.M. the very Inclusive phrase, "Training iliaries. U all. If yea know of any Item of "

The "classified.+ are read very at- P. Tindall last Runtay.Mr. for Citizenship Through Service" for The IrVrals and the objective. of the news. The Valley Gazette will be very. I }

teiitively: by all invested und" in in many such publiCity casesa McDonald) Mr. and Mrs. Lane others. Since the Junior Red Cross Is Junior Ked. Cross are embodied In the ; glad to print it.

small sum : and Miss Laulerson motored to Or- the agency through! which the American of service which the pupil takes z
Ittits Church
customer pledge or
will find a pleased /, Club. Society, Lodge
make : lando Sunday afternoon.JACKSONVILLE Red GroHs reaches the schoolboys ho signs the membership roll and I II ,
!; but a little to an experiment --- - --- when School notes; people going away or
--and the small ad columns of and the a'hoollflrll.eJ.IltL; activities pins on, his coat the Juniors badge. I coming: back; marriages, deaths or
The Gazette should carry a treat( I WILLENTERTAIN are dealgned'to: con with It 4 he" regular I Th. pledge which binds together births Item concerning visitors. ,

tnaay bits .f information. Try this' DELEGATES school program:and without creating ice and citizenship reads : MlrY"I' building operations, real estate deals ;

column next week. 'orven-I new courses or Increasing: the Dumber "We will seek In all way to u neighbors moving in or going out. and Q.

--- -- The twenty-ninth; annu-al ( of studies to lend: Us aid In vitalizing W> the Ideals of the Junior Red Cross : hi fact anything that will snake The +''d
"
Realty Sales Become Freqaent tion of the members of the ( the work of the schools. and devote. ourselves. to Its ...rvlce.I I Valley Gazelle more Interrsrting to its y
will be held l in Jacksonvillefor readers. N
churches I
needed, says Dr. strive to bring discredit
to be a general tendency "The thing thaI :Is "W. will never
There seems I four days commencing Tuesday, '
*owar inside and outside i American Red Cross Central> Committee act. I Know" and to that
tate, both of properties will be not only interesting> : and the People May
all of which are indicative; of inspiring hut will be full of practical I "Is not a perpetuation of the Junior "W.11\ raven. and obey ear _UDt end we auk your co-operation.

more developments in this section of 'I helpfulness for Christian work- Red Cross, but the training and t try's laws sad do our host to Inspire a I r

the oounty. Allen Fomiick, mnna- ors. breeding of sound American citizenship Hire reverence. and .obedience .In those boost Kissimmee"'

get of the Strout farm agency, reports I' --- -- --- - Inspired by the true fundamental' about us. II 'Help us ,
the Completion of his nine- The pretroleum production of this Ideals of sound democracy. One of the I "We will endeavor Is all thece ways

t&enthBle in four monbhs-and eountrv last year> armoantod to 456,- great conceptions In making the Red I a. food cltlaena. to transmit America'

there are other deals pending. real HOO.OAO barrels. Cross a contributor to better citizen- greater, better and more beautiful than
in handling
Those engaged in Ship In our American democracy Is the she was transmitted to as."
and in the- surrounding Six thousand divorces granted I y
in this ,city
estate
i that after all the sole hopeof foundation of this school program -
will soon commence Chicago in a year. No wonder the realization: At the
areas
.Iff a harvests each week will law schools are building new dormitories any nation Is with the. children of of the Junior Red OTOM la a ,

i ,see reap those here who will he anxious the country." great I.,.* for Amerlea'e.blldreo.

in Osceola of organisation of the Jnn- \
Tbe
'! plan
'tit secure ,, properties
persons
is said "screen-struck"
I It the school-public become popularhere .
county. to tor| Bed Cross makes. Paper suits may i.twel
to l.os Angolan
find their : ,
way parcchlal and ,prlyatthe unIt. when it is realized) : that scissors
a The, fe etId mestie variety of oJl'et: into the movies, at the. rate not Uifi.Individual ouaU Mutual\ 1 !.eryy1.tP'7k will take the fringe off the pants.
the polecat. I of 50 aweek..

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TWELVE *" ,THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1920 .. ... ''

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Deoryo, and a fine -program' of entertainment noon, was the scene of unusual ale.ty' Aif.. ,,,
r was carried out. At the and 'attractiveness, the
IN SOCIETY'S REALM upon oc-
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close of the program light refreshments casion of the entertainment given by r I
U were served,' and a most enjoyable Mrs' Edgar Katz, and the charming "

and 'profitable. evening'was.-., decorations In Hallowe'en remem. Two Days fl-ft Two' ( ,Days :J
-
All mutters Intend"d. for this :ilepnrcriitfnt spent* brance-the yellow I
should b.. hanoVd. In ... early, --- cosmos and daisies + 1
na OHBlble. Advance notice of comj MRS.. FRIPP ENTERTAINSFOR mingled with a touch of sonv .
'Infc venta 'mupt authentic.. Cnll bra black-carried out the color OF ( OF -1
1 t MISS THORN11YKE
Phone 11, and ak for "Hoclfly." > scheme in t' ;
Forma rtose promptly at ten o'clock' Mrs. Celeste J. Fripp, at her horn a pleasing/ -way. The
S'act Friday mdrnlnK 116 South Beaumont avenue on Sat- punch table over which Miss Caro-
t
00O entertained line Walker presided, was a mass of H \
-- urday afternoon, in honor
yellow daisies and ferns, while the BARGAINS
BARGAINSSaturday
MRS. ARMSTRONG' RETURNS of Mills Wylena Thorndyke, who porch ,
FROM NORTH STATE has recently removed to this city salad was elaborately in decorated. The f.
course was/ yellow.
from
Mrs Walter Armstrong returned West Palm Beach. The rooms The '
guests wertf .
commanded
on Sunday evening/ from Raiford, were charmingly decorated in flower i hunt beneath their to .
chairs, and those
where -she' has been the guest of her ,!! and ferns, and pleasing reffe'sh- fortunate ,
so as to And and
sister, Mrs. Schellie Rosier. Mrs. mcnts were served. Those greeting black bow a yellow .
Armstrong has been the truest, also, the honoree were Misses Margaret were the recipients of Saturday : t
"Brunson, Gladys Griffin, Lillian Harris prizes. Mrs. Woodbeck, at table one
of her aunt, Mrs. G. S. Warren, of awarded
S Lois 'Overstreet. Elizabeth Par- was a bread-board and Ii I
Jacksonville. andMonday and '
-= ker, Lauretta Snodgrass, Kathryn knife; Mrs. Alderman, at table two, I'
MRS. MARPLK RETURNS Tiller, and Dorothy Wells. .I received a linen dresser scarf; Mrs.
Prather, at table three, received a
-- ; Monday
SOUTH
FROM DAKOTA ,
4 MRS. WOODBECK ENTERTAINED work-box: Mrs. ButtorfT. at table I
Mm Harold S. Marple has returned BRIDGE CLUB four a work.basket;;' and, Mrs.- Walker I
u from a Hummer spent at Mi-Cook The regular /gathering of the Mon- at table five a book.. The high
her
Lake, South !Ifakota, bringing 1
two children. Helm and "Billie/," and day Afternoon Bridge Club was' entertained score was awarded Miss Angie Bryan I
at her home on Brack who received as prize a cut-glaas
winter at 525
will make her hpme
Mrw. J. bonbon dish. The favors" yellow i I
y= Mabhette stl'Pet-t quarters the street by I D. Woodbeck. The were '
family occupied last season. Mr. diningroom, was elaborately ornamented containers carrying hats, verses and J
S Marple expects to join her during with Hallowe'en decorations, ornaments. ,
Little
and during the session a dainty Evelyn .Plano and Dorothea
the
holidays. lunch .was served.' At the play the Katz garbed as clowns, "received"each
BAPTISTS' prize a pair of fine silk hose, was : guest-and presented each witha
OBSERVING
STATE MISSION DAY awarded Mrs. L. II. Ingram, who' flower, and from the first reception *
with Mesdames Alderman, Gardner, I to the close of the afternoon the I
The Woman's Missionary Society
church Katz, Piano Prather and M of the First Baptist is toduy I (
charming affair carefully
I. observing "State Mission Pay" t hopl'ninjC ville. formed the membership' entrr- plannedand
tained. skilfully carried out. Mrs. Katz
a service being at ten-thirty '
11
the of
was recipient a multitude of
r this morning- At noon a lunch is to PARTY J <
BENEFIT ARD
I compliments for having given such
he served. The program leaders are FOR PLAYGROUND{ I II lovel pleasure to those assembled.The .
Mrs. J. M. .Johnston.: I'll. K. S. Hall, I ''I r
r There card ,
is invited
now planned a party guests were Mrs ('a- ..
: and :Mrs' .1, K, Lupfer. nnd an interesting I to take plnc-e at IJowninghall this ,: del, Mrs. A nd'rllon.I! 1'''. Alderman! sat r
f discussion, ( will follow. 'I' ( Friday) evening commencing at :Mrs.' Plano, ;Mrs. Ingrfim, Mrs. Walker ;- ..
) eight o'clock, to ,which the general )I :Mrs.' Barnes, :Mrs. :Minick, :MrsBoice.
MOTHKR-TKACIIKKS": : CLUB piibln' i is cordially invited. This affair :Mrs.' Bultrtf.I.H.: . Woodbe.' 1 U
MEETS NEXT WIOKKAt : : 1 will lie \'l'n't" .sccuie funds. for ,, :Mrs." Cole.] Mr'". Gardner: Mass. Hay
I four o'C'o'k! on the afternoonof \betteimf. the public playground, and :Miss Wialker\ ] )Miss. Turville, Mrs: The Dollar Limit Store
November fi,, then will I b.
Friday ). an admission. fee of fiftv cents will | Jordan :Miss :Makinson Mrs.Vell) \ <
of the blathers-Tinhers
a meeting be chmgrd.! Refreshments. will be Mrs.' Piather, !Mrs Bailey :Mrs
I
Club) at the, Chapter House, and allmembers Miss'.
.s( i ved. It is hoped that the III C'lIwford.lrR.: )Pilley, M I'll
and friends me urged not t"/1I1-1 '
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ance mil lie In.rl'for, there ley. i
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to forget the "orphanage box
immediate need of funds -and l -----
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+' Plans have been made to take the j
up is promised a good time for all. :MOORE HAVEN; WEDDING;) ) )
discussion of civic I
J improvementswhich comers. I EVENT" : OF TilE SEASONIn
seems HO necessary. At this i iI1Wtinlr .I mounds: Lila C>1c1 mimes :
the Methodist church Moore
at
Y the question, III"o.f a i MRS. GARDNER I'LASDANClNti ::
reading/ course will he considered.! | SCHOOL haven, amidst deeorattonsandadern- r
ments of ferns and held
flowers was
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With a desire to pleasure to 4'
I ;give
ANDKKSON ENTERTAINS the uniting Nelson. Aker
MRS. those who .seek amusement in dancing ceremony This Store i is to Have
WEDNESDAY; BRIDCE; ; CLUB man Russell, of Ocala, fomeilof <<
:Mrs (George: Gardner: is anxiousto
The Wednesday Afternoon Bridge | this city and .son of :Mrs. E. A, Russell
in touch with all who willIIg'l"el'
get
Club entertained bv Mrs Howard of Kissimmoe, and :Miss'il(.tti
was -i
to take a series of I lessons in 1[
; Anderson, and for the first time lute and popular dances! from a competent :May in many months the Hotel Gray- tutor. In all whoso October 13.: The ceremony <<
the the ) consequence ,performed l by Rev Tims, Men
stone was scene of pleasant desirte should was pa
immediately
affairb The gathering was In -the"! \ com-, of I the First Presbyterian chunh of
nature of an IInllow 'l"1 party, with 1 muniratt1 with her either in personor Tampa, and was a mid-morn;. wedding 1[ SATURDAY
by calling phone 172 I :!, and she will!I OCTOBER 30 MONDAY NOVEMBER 1
; appropriate colors' casting their glow i give( full detail.. It ill proposed tosecure --the hour being eleven o'clock ,
t in the The bride has been member of C
) every portion of decorated j a
of
teacher from out the city
a
F apartments. The hostess hail made one thoroughly 'ol11l'll'nt--lIn l if 1 t the choir of the :Methodist< church
elaborate nreparationsand) the the of :Moore Haven, and that org.urati 1
this piojei'l is carried through
( guests both and do- $ti deeply feels the loss occasionedbv
were surprised I
work must l he done at
lighted. Fruit salnd sandwiched. I once. her dl'p"rtu.e.Ii". : .. Gates has CI bar
coffee and candy were served as red MRS. CLARK RETURNS: formed a very large circle] of Eric id1- Special Saturday Only
d freshments. \ FROM WEAVERVILLE in and about her home community.and 1
The club prize a handembroiderj j Following an absence. of five complete I was admired by all with \\hoiv;
ed table cover, was won bv Mrs II. months Mis. :M.\ A. Clark has she came in contact as a roust
C, Piano and the guest-prize; also a returned from her summer vacationin charming younir woman The groomis '
]
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hand-embroidered table ,cover wa'lI Weaverville, North ('Carolina ac- well-known( both in.Kissimmee and [ Twenty-five Blue Work Shirts
awarded to Mrs. Edar Katz who, conjpanied by her mother, Mrs.. G, I' IA I .ila, at which latter city tie is engaged -
r< with Mm. C. C. Jordan, Mrs. R. (!. O. Roberts, and l both are now at in the banking business, as a
j! Minick, Mrs. IJpWiltnoAlrfl"rman., home at 2113( Verona street. Upon most .."Iimahll''OUnl!' man, and the r actually worth $1.50
r, Mrs. John Cadel Mrs. L. II. Ingram their return trip they stopped at various lust wishes of those who know him 1
'" and Mrs. Walter Cobler, formed the points, in l.org-ia.-.one of ,..thenvisits .- aid of those. who are acquaintedwiih Will Sell for One Dollar Each
body of happy guests entertained. being at Macon, where a the family who reside in this

+ %o MRS.!": HARRIS ENTERTAINED I daughter of 1\11'\ ''. Clark i is, attending!: city have been extended both Mr r ONLY ONE TO A CUSTOMER
: school. The two announce the past :ml Mrs. Russell. "' ,
ADULT BIBLE CLASS has been ,
season one tilled with pluas- I wed-ding
Friday evening at her home on'' ure to them-yet they are glad to remonv sanga .
Park street, Mrs. J. II. Harris 'en j again be. in Kissimmee. baritone sole, "Because;" and !Mrs.
tertained the adult bible class,' the D. C. Daw-kins sang an especially arranged r Some Specials for Both Dollar Days
,, teachers, and the officers of the Sunday M'ANY! I NVITE'iJ""GESTS' wedding) song-Miss Kate ,- "
Y .. school of the Christian 'church. GREET MRS. KATZ Carlton presiding/ the piano The ..
; Mrs. Harris was assisted by her The home, of Mrs. P. C. Buttorff/ bride was attended by Miss! : 7 yards Unbleached Muslin 20 Roils Toilet Paper $ 1.00
daughters Mrs. Francis and Mrs. on Emmett street, Saturday after- thea Gates, as maid of honor ,
-- ----- ---- .. -- _..--- -- her maids were Miss Medora. Dora-1 Saturday Monday $1 UO

<-*<'< *<'<'< :-<-;-<- 4Ladies9-<**<-%_.:_: <-x--:__.... .-----x: >.:-:_:..:_:_:_:_:_<_:-:_> of Kissimmee, Miss Emily 20 Bars Laundry, Soap, $1.00 "
.'. Arcadia, and :Miss! Nadine Page, also ,
.. .1. of Arcadia. The groomsman was 3 yards Best Grade Outing
Lyman Mallard, of Tampa with Hub 1 24 Bars Toilet Soap, $1.00
Tailoring =i'z'i= Carr.: W. W. Wolff, and Ix>el Lance, L Flannel special Saturday '
a nil of :Moore Haven as attendants.The Old Time Price
cunning ring-hearer was Rachel and Monday $l.pO
j
The.la.rge and attractive, new Fashion Book for low and the flower-chain bearers 1[ Ladles Union Suits
I j were Helen Stevenson. Dorothy Williams !- L 3 yards Best Grade Dress each
Victor Ladle Tailoring Company, '! Flora Mabel Dow Stanley $1.00 '
Frederick Wilmer Pape, Marvin
Fay
of Chicago, his just arrived and the beautiful style and Pape, Clarence Williams, Charles 1 Gingham Saturday and

S. Materials shown will be sure to greatly interest you. Henry The wedding Dow. breakfast was servedat [L Monday $1.00 Men's Summer Union Suits ,

I will be pleased to have you look over the line at and '
any the former home of the bride, SI.OO each
time which may suit your convenience and hope to hear was attended by the immediate members ANOTHER BIG SPECIAL is
from you soon as to a definite appointment. of the contracting couple and 1[
numerous close friends. The wedding Wool Serge Colors Cream Men's Heavy Weight Underwear
: -
;2 Cloaks Suits Skirts, Dresses, Furs, and other Wearing gifts were many in number and J

Apparel. of high value. ,1 t Black Gray Blue and Wine, $1.00 per garment )
Mr, and Mrs. Russell will be at .

; MRS. M. E. TURNERRepresenting vember home in 15.VOTE Ocala. after Monday, 1 yard Saturday an1 Mon- 20 School Tablets '$1.00

Victor Ladies Tailoring Company NO'1 day $1.00 er t .

Sb 518 Broadway, FCissimmee FOR J. M. HANSELL, 13 Spools Sewing Thread'ISO

+4+ +4+*44+<4+444+4+4+++++++++4-4+4&&G&9HQ6+4*&& OCRATIC NOMINEE FOR One lot of $1.50 Voile Waists, yards to
spool
$1.00
COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT No. 2. 1 I
[ Special for Saturday and

Ift'l Btt-I AA t.. A -".. "" "III !>.. Monday $1.00 13 Spools Silkateen. Crochet ;,

l' Thread, all colors 91 OO
RIVERS'L. \n[ 5 pair Ladies Black Hose
DR. T. M.
?t, 1, J Pridat: H.Cashier LEDGE CEO. T.Vie.SINCELTARY-Pre.iJ.", $1.00 7 Spools Star Brand Crochet ) S.

Thread all colors $1.00.

; L 4 pair Children's Hose $1.00 I the
regular price of t fjiis is

r Children's Winter Weight 20!: cents per spool. '1Boy's

R f Union Suits $1.OO
,
$1.25 Caps, special Sat- '
2 Hesitancy .

I Men's Slip Over Cotton Sweaters urday and Monday, $1.00 ?

p The fact that your bank balance'it a small one need not deter you

1t I from keeping it at the Bank of Osceola County. It is not necessarily $1.00 4 Cups and Saucers: $1.00 C 171''

the millionaire who keeps the factory busy, or the banks bulging '
I 5 pair Men's Black Sex $1.00 4 Plates t$
? $1.00
,
l r There are more small fortunes in the world than big ones,

fr just as there are more potatoes than grapefruit. We invite the small ..




f 1' ; account Bank as well as of the large.Osceola County .... \ ;. The Dollar Limit ''Store I IG.





Hours: 9 a. m. 2 p. m. r<
W. PERSONS COMPANY '

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( P. S. Within a few days we shall remove our entire stock '

The Bank With the Ability three doors below into the Stanford & Miller black, and special A

z' and Willingness to Serve DEPOSITS INSURED made to decrease the
. prices are being stock before moving. ).

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And JOURNAL, Consolidated. January 11, 1915.Vallrr. '
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'WILL RUSH PAVINGON SEVERAL NOW OWNED PROPERTIES-BY, NEW-COMERS ARE i THE' .DOLLAR DAY ON SATURDAY, FROM WOMEN WOMAN WILLLEARN LAWYER CIT.YCURBMAAKET


DIXIE HIGHWAY Allen E: Fosdlck of the. Strout TO MARK THE BkLLOT
i Farm Agency reports two sale of --' NOW 'WELL ASSURED-
RECALLING DAYS OF DADDIES
realty One to. U O. Yohn from All democratic women in the city
Garden City, Missouri, who) took the and the surrounding country are
TO CLOSE UP LINE Oliver tract on Vine street. and the! urged to meet at the Hart Memorialon BYTRUCKGROWERSCommencement

second to Mrs. F. J. Barnes, of Lum- WITH HUNDRED, CENT DOLLARS the afternoon" of Saturday. "Dol .
Declaration That The Note Are Entirely berton, North Carolina. Mrs. Barnes hat Day, toi listen to instructions
: last week purchased the Carr residence from a woman qualified to give such Step Taken At Calkeriaf .
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Will Result In -- -- --- -- information. The instructor I
I and has is
: Satisfactory now become the owner a
Resuming;' Work On Highway Immediately I of the Rev. Snyder home .in The Stare Is Set fot' Such Thine as W H Pro,. Bargains for All Who member of the Florida Bar and commencing Tuesday Evening To Establish .
1'inedale, together with ten It,. at four o'clock will address Good Market\ 7
) x Visit nil City on Saturday Will Prove Able. Forerunner for Like : the voters. Every
The woman expecting
_ Snyder house is one of the fine
properties around Kissimmee, standing Day to Follow to vote on Tuesday next i is urged to The meeting called for Tuesday
. The notes issued by the city agreeable in a grove of pines and overlooking be present at 'this meeting. evening at the Chamber of Commerce .
to the vote endorsing the measure the and that the
city lake.
were delivered bv J. Z. Roberon.I Mrs Barnes and: her daughters With propitious weather on Saturday it t i is confidently believed there F W. Hill, of Narcoossee, was arrange for some truekgroWl'rs'might steps looking for

city treasurer on Saturday last to are highly! pleased with their purchases will be a large number of out-of-city-resident seen on the streets of Kis. and yesterday Mrs. O.visiting P. his cousins; Mr. the establishment of a curb market-..
I the United States Trust Company and with Kinsimmee. simmee, and energenlic business men and mercantile establishments are Taw. failed to 'all together; the number

Jacksonville as mentioned in the recent j looking for a day that will give them an opportunity to present bargainsto anticipated. At the seme time thoM.
issue of The (;Jiis-.ett. which institution assembled themselves
F at once notified the ccntrnc-* careful buyers in such variety as will insure a larger trade in the futur FISHING IS SPORTYIN highly Dlcnsed expressed nt the for as
I prospects
tors having in hand the completionof WILL ASK BREVARD A glance at the advertising columns of The Gazette today will impressthe such a business and were also pleas
the paving; project in this city. 'reader with the excellent offerings made by the home merchants. Thereare
I I there Mr. Rob will<>rt.on be no feels.eoni plications positive arise that TO FIX MELBOURNECROSSSTATE other establishments which could not ,in the short space of time pre- OSCEOLA COUNTY of the city who attended the meet

If in thp work. anti is confident that pale a program of offerings for the day; but the public may rest assured ing.The meeting was called *o order ii iibe

promptly upon acceptance of these that when another day of this sort shall be arranged for this city there will AND HERE IS PROOFParadise by J. D. Woodbcck. and J. S. Cadel
notes by the buyers the contractorswill ROAD be still a greater array of bargains. was selected as temporary chairman,

be instructed to proceed with Merchants are realizing that constant advertising of their wares--and and L. H. Wilson County demonstrar
the work. It is' very possible that the For Those Who Love To tlon agent. ncted as secretary. Var-
subsequent fulfilling of agreement trade winner. :
before this week oloses Iwork will b,' Application Will Be Made to Brerard every I Every ious phases of the market \Ver. '
resumed. Commissioner To Spend Small week there is going from Kissimmee to other cities cash for goods which may Catch Fish-Good Fuh-la Almost It was plainly indicated coasidered. by-

The money derived fiom these' Sum to Make Melbourne Road be secured her at the same price; but irl many cases the buyers are not Any Quantity I the sneakers. that- tknwA .nuld- .AAM
notes will, W is estimated' complete I aware that such goods as may be wanted are carried IB stock. offered' to the people i of this city
the Inls"ing link on the Dixie highway Passable __ Kissimmee is now on the verge of an era of advancement. There is The lakes of Osceola county are I an assortment of vegetables and oth-
from this pity toward famed for er products which
running the fish they furnish-and would be moat
and intervening -I every chaiYoe in the world to>> make it the county's centre for all business
Tampa Winter Haven, Considerable discussion of the pos- there have been some splendid hauls tPatlfylnjf. that would aid the home-
points.' This will be the first sibility of quickly makinjBr the road enterprises. This city is admirably situated on the lake and tile railway and made in the past; but for the record I keeping expenses at the
section 'omplet..d-and will be hurried l between this", city and Melbourne the the orott-state highway---aad there should be a united effort made: to let catch it is probable that Jack Sparl- minimum and would give\ a support
through as rapidly as possible Tal cross-state road took place at (facts pertaining to the advantages found here go out to all the world. ing has won the blue "ribbon for the I to the producers that would prove
The woik will then commence on the the meeting of the Chamber of ('IIUl- present season. II beneficial.! Some of the growers had
KISSIMMEE MUST ADVANCE.
paving at the north end of the city "iPice Friday evening/ The condition i- There must be shown a co-operative l.ast'Sundav Mr. and Mrs. Jack. been often disappointed in the past..
at Broadway. where It04\ estimated<<" of the highway at the present -.pint that will make the best of all there is to be found. There must be Sparling\ Mr. and Mrs. Richardson!i because of the fact that they were

the funds will carry the paying on 'lime was t'onllldered-and some of ,hown that impetus which has caused other communities to advance; and Mr. and Mrs. Neiper and daughter, producing in limited quantities, insufficient -
Drury Road and turn the corner on .those. who had! recently made th" here must t be no lagging in the procession. Not only mutt Kissimmee be and Miss Cooper-eight in the party I! to ship to distant point,
Neptune avenue for a limited dis !trip by car were urgent that a bet- placed before the world but there must be an effort to bring to these lands -'took a sixty-mile trip through the :I: yet could find no way to locally dispose -
tance. erment be promptly madq. Thonte various.. lakfand canals i i. the of their goods-and one plan of
Unless the council can devise some <:: Highwnv Commission i I""*, lit ''hat may be made so productive men and women who will take advantageof Sperling boat. Buster caring less for I; avoiding such conditions, said Mr. .
means for cooipletmjr the pavinir( of woik on H pnrUon of this. ro.td, at what Nature is willing k>> do for them- if Nature ill properly coaxed. f !'hingthan for the pleasure ob.- Wilson was to form an association 3
HIeCap from that point to the paving i in4 the full rightofv sixty fee Without the pro\-i>erity of the adjacent; areas KisMmmee cannot be \>lial tamed in the rid,'. They Went as fa! I; and ship in carlots. Such a course
alreiulv in plact which w less !'n 1\.irJth--lInd there has been a \1<.- he should be ; it is the of outlying districts which make as Rosnlie, 1 I will naturally follow the inauguration
thee. i is "- ided progress any city I of a curb market the "-
than a half mile every po improvement within the past Upon the return trip the party as growers
sibility that the city grader and the ,few weeks; hut that portion Ivnarvithin which make communities prosperous. stopped in I.uke Cypress, where sevrnl j will multiply and, will\ produce in
.city roller' will !*' put in uw in making Hrexurd rouy is verv dilfto / !- Kissnnmee will be glad to welcome all visitors on Saturdayand ,. of the party commenced to bob larger quant.ties than will\ be locally
as pood! clay road as possible. i'lt travel with -inv car every day. On Saturday there will be hundred' of bargains offered ; it In k>sn than three minutes Jack consumed; and then will commence
properly crowned, in order to make I. R. Kamer c'ne dfp.itIrx-d liv" '"'"' will! be get acquainted day ; it will pave the way for more leading in this vl in on the one hpok two 'DUIi'1 shipments.{
tlii- math-used highway onethat 'Miwmber! of* Conim* "'0 to.E'I in Tlieie "MISS. ueighi'tg seven and nine; pounds Complete nlunK 'for the curl mark- :J
I
uty. will be music during the afternoon and all day long the officeof
J. W ojch with 4I I.e et were not made on Tuesday
will lie safe in every way. Br"I I count rom- pl'.tiveIY-llnd wit hin thirty feet evening J
Thompson chairman of the street (i I sioners. and urp-c. '1' -m to <>Hrpeed The Gazette will be open to all. It will be an opportunity for thoseaibscrIers of that spot he pulled in another ofi -but it was determined that on '&
committee. since the ifnation( of.. drag run over the road from Mel- who have neighbors who are not readers of The Gazette to advise t:he came variety weighing eight i, Thursday ","pninNov'mber! 4% at 1

('oundlinan G. W Fox. favors suih hoi'-ne WN.t- -III' It wa .. that a call at this office to secure a copy [for The Gazette is a paper pounds. These arc sworn figures seven-thirty there should be another "'
plan provideduvs and means can-I I j 1"'" h process \vouli* (I' .0 vast amount for all the people -aad will labor for the interests of the public in all attested by seven witnesses, anal will meeting to perfect the plans, and it; \
ways is
that
be devised to that f good for and when incentive expected the market wiH
serve ;
not properly !pave ) a period us an to aH who love
section uniformly with the remaind-I I I 'icetlod the process could be reppat- both for the man who lives out of the city as well! as for the man wha sow t. Three hliKS. twenty-four start aoon after. :/,

er of the road; and if he is continued i i d. The work would cost but a tri !Ii\es inside the city limits. nonnds. hook and line fishing two Those present on Tuesday eveningand
in his present position work Will! be fle. With this done the i-hort, road Every resident of the county should be in Kiisimmee on Saturday lauls 1117..nlnJ: the pirreemont to oo- >- ..
0 toward that end I across the Rtnte nuld be advertised "Dollar Dar." It might be added that The Gazette. crate plnn of disposlng'oftheir '
The people of Kis..immee, of Os- .xith the result that mnnv from the 'will print only fish stories that are < produce and other commodities ),
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ceola ('ount).. and of the state in gen- I 'tM eai.t would view t the; west roast!'; authentic and vouched for. I I which might come from the firm
oral will welcome\ the completion" of l l.y wav-of Kissimmee. It is the jrenru -, -- were J. Add Bowen, Clarence Eby 1
the p ve.ient n? a factor that will I | belief that the work of the drug OPENING FALL TERM AUTOMOBILE GAMPPROVESJUSY I SUBSCRIPTION LIST S. T. Pansier. J. B. Farmer. B. I... i
-King.! F. A. Meyers\ Charles Reid J.
prove extremely important. will be ordered! at once. J OF THE VALLEY GAZETTE -I..
A.
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FORREST LAKE IS OF CIRCUIT COURTSmall SPOT I IS RAPIDLY GROWINGThat '.

FINAL INSTRUCTIONS MADE CHAIRMAN Of
The Gazette is becoming R AN EDITORIAL WORD
STATE ROAD BARD Docket Spread at Opening Ses- Nearly A Dozen Vehicles Camped Factor in the growth and progress of

REGARDINGELECTORS .ioa-But Two- Civil Cases Are Last Evening-All Delighted With I Kissimmee is evidenced from the
Honorable ForiVst Lake of San-: fact that half a hundred{ new sub. WITH A TRUE RING
The of
Shown Few Criminal Cases City Kissimmee
fcrd. will be obliged to move )his scribers ,have been placed on the list
Democrat Should Study This List In nwidence ta Tallahassee, having been ---- within a very few weeks-and that "'
"tncted' to the position of chairman The fall term of the circuit court There was a .lively air about the sales at the Tress Newsstand have Republican .Editor;; of Middle West
Order That' There Snail. Be No of. the Florida State Roa*. Department opened on Monday'mornhlg', Judge free, auto grounds yesterday and doubled In the same time Even Declare Cos Would Make Am
Regretful Error at a meeting of the beard at C. O. Andrews presiding.The last evening, and there is a aort of resident of Osceola county will
the Hillsboro Hotel in Tampa. grand jury drown from the camaraderie shown by all who travel eventually' become a subscriber to Ideal President,
In order that the list ot democratic The newly elected chairman made box is made up of the following- as these families are doing that is The Gazette: and there should be no l l'' ,
presidential electors be thoroughly short speech in which he said that named residents: pleasant to see. The grounds are of delay in the action. In Albuquerque, New Mexico,, there ''. ;
,I- impressed" may voter He had at times been accused of bla !'- c. 'B. C. Miller foreman; John II. a sire ample to care for twenty-five -- ---- is an honest editor.
in Osceola oounty the upon following every 'ng! politician, but that he is far Job-nson); clerk: Homer" rfhss, J. B. I families of campers if the vehicles Proper costume for November Z- He' is a republican editor, too and
to the marking of suggestions the- from it, and had tried very hard to : iTimlall Fred Lerenz. 7.. Bnraar, J. are rightly arranged; and it is prob- i a ticketine gown with ballot-bow he !had been reading some nreaa reports
as able that when there shall be pleats and a poll-eat necklace. I. ..
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ballot next Tuesday should be carefully induce Governor Catts to ruappoint Reddut Robert Bruoson. II P. more of the "special" writers. IBs
committed to M. M. .Smith, former chairman to 'Raulernon, II. A. Coble. P. W. Hall. than those at present camped there name i I. Garl C.i: M gee and his pa.ptll'"
memory; the board "hi fact" said Mr. F. A. Babb. W. W. Clark M. A. steps will be taken to have the cars BUSINESS IN REASING the Albuquerque! Morning Jotrmal. ,.

For Presidential Sleotors t Lake. "I neerlybroke with th. gw Hughev, George! Alman. Wade Lanier I more economically arranged as to. AT THE GROWERS' PLANTThe Here is what Mr. Magee says; r 0
Yote for eix.GEORGE. ernor in my efforts to i.duoe him to J. C. Griffin J. H. DcGraw. space. "Either what Mr. Cox says fails '\ ,:>
W. ALLEN "etain Mr.- Smith but he positively The civil docket show! very I ligntrthere Last evening among the travelerswere packinghouse of the Florida to read as weU i la,print as. i it sound.,? ,_ n--Ji'>; Kiror I
efused to do so, and told me that being but two cases. They t! found Mr .and Mrs. John Ly- Citrus Exchange is becoming: more there i I. some truth in his stalin 5;
JAMES W. ARCHIBALD if I did not accept his appointment are: I mght and little fan, who have driven and more a busy spot as the incoming that the newspaper fall to treat .
- ---- - nt myself to this board, he would The American Agricultural Chem from St. Joseph, Michigan: Mr. and fruit assumes greater propor him fairly.
E. M. BREL FORD find some one else but he absolutely : ical Company vs. P. C. Buttorff. Mrs. E.H. Potman of Detroit; and : tlons. Manager Plaao said: "Busi "Reading report on the Cox tour
-W--R.-BRYANT would not retain Mr. Smith. As I Damages $750. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Heltsley. who ness has not been opeaed to any had crested in my mind an impression
-- -------- chairman of this board I stall ask Anni Turner vs. W. H. Weir carve from Clifty Kentucky; Mr. great extent, although we have ship that he is shallow, erratic bad-
: X MARTIN CARABALLO the co-operation of all the rest of Replevin. and Mrs. W. M. Halstead of Marion ped thirteen cars .of fruit to date. ly poised,. extravagant in statement
you and there will be no politks in I I In criminal proceedings there are Ohio; and Mr. and Mrs. William Wil In a short time we shall be making I and undersized.
LELAND M. CHUBB it. I have no enemies to punish andno but a limited number-the! moat serious llama, and six children who have large and frequent shipments, because "An hour beside him at the dinner
friends to reward." Asovrance of I (If which appears to be. tha.t of driven from New York city. Some the fruit will come rolling inhere table carried convincing proof that :
II. L. GLOUXJHCHARLOTTE: o-operation were given the chair- I, "assault with intent to commit mur- of these ar Intending to pass along in :vast quantities." none of these charge were true of.
P. COFFIN-- man by the other mtmberse of the der in the first decree." The docketis after a few days' stop in this oity_ There is already a large force of him in repose. He was genial, clever -
board and the meeting was declared as below: but evinced a desire to return here hands employed and some splendid rapid in his mental processes
FRED COLE ready to prooeed to other b lIi.-s. State vs. William Peterson and.and pick: up a bit of property upon fruit i I. bf.'inR.oared for. avaricious for knowledge of looal
Loren E. Nourse. Breaking and en which to build a home: one 'famllv. condition in New Mexico and free (
X P.WCORR tering. declared that while they had left from all cose. He I t. exceedingly : i
-------- State VI. WiH Thomas. Desertion home without ..any expectation of likable and sensible: ,- \
J. JI. DRUMMOND REORGANIZATION OF of wife wnd child. buying anything in Florida thay COMMERCIAL BODY "II is speech gave none of the 1mprestioas $ I

"MRS.\ L. L. HAYES" State vs. Rhymes. Larceny of were finding things so delightful I note above. It wm extremely -
animal. that they were about to change their effective, sanely progressiveand .
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MRS. A. ErflENRT NATIONAL .ISIMMEDIATELY State vs. II. A. Bishop. Three minds; and the man who has been WOULD HELP FORM very good tempered. From- 6:88 .'
-- -- cases; passing worthless checks; btainini twice in South Africa, and knows until 111:00 o'clock I completely revised .. .?\ ]
A. N. JACKSON ; money by false pretense anda the Boers as a "thrifty class" William my estimate. of Oovernor Cot .Mas
-------- URGED false token; passing worthies Williams, l isn't precisely sure "NATIONAL GUARD" a man for the job. Instead, he v
X CHARLES E. JONES:: I check. what he will do as regards making has the qualttiefc which will make f r
-- -- State vs. F.. O. Minx. Obtaining an investment The auto camp is him a good president. in my judgment "
X-W. V. KNOTT----- War Department Would Hare Plan t money by 'false pretense. appreciated by a vast number. Whhoit Dissenting Voice Plan to if h* is the choice ef the pee- r.:

J. W. LOCKE Put' In Force: : At Once For Complement State vs. J. Padgett. Lanrany of Drgaaice Unit of Nation! Guard ple." ,
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R, A. M'CAULBY of National Guard hog.State vs. MaRin M. McLain. Assault Endorsed by Chamber Commerce. Dr\ W. B. Witaarspoon, former I:
FROM OVER THE STATE
-- pastor of the Presbyterian chonrh in ;
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: J. MOFFETT Washington.; Octeber 26.-Immediate flrt degree. ---- I Matter. pertaining to the ferraa- this oity, but now located at Titus- II-
Florida made a good haul recently tion of ville. where he is temporarily-- ,
.1 I reorganization of the National State Sloan. worthless / a unit of the National Guard .
W. N. NANNEY-_ Guard is deemed advisable in an an- check.vs. Passing in the Aalanta show. One grower were discussed at the recent meeting. plying!' the church: of that denomination '.,
: --- :-- nouncement by the war department. State Joe Tracy. and from Pierce, in what was called a of the Chamber of CommercewhenMarion spent Tuesday In the city ;
L. M. O'KELLEVHERMAN vs. Forging .
The reserveand National Guard uttering! a forged note. very strong Duroc contest won Carson gave that body some greeting his many old friends. ;
W. PILLSBURY officers o/ the general staff on duty : ----- twenty-four first, second, and thirds. of the details hej had secured and -Ln.nJrrr.r4LwrJwJ1JLrmn .1W wjSj -I
in the have been I DANCE FOR I presented the matter in Its various
--- department ordered BENEFITOF the securing of the armory and the
F. F. H. POPE to visit each corps area headquarters BASEBALL DIAMOND C. D Napp, who owns numeruuilots phases. Mr. .Carson stated that Follow the advertising to be derived
---- --- and advise with the cerps commanders in the town of Winter Haven is could a full unit be organised, and : from having; in this city a company
: WESLEY RICHARDS and the state authorities planning to erect thirty medium- could the entire two hundred and' >/ the National Guard. Such -
I with refeience to the organization of There is to be a pleasing affair in priced Bungalows-and says he will fifty men exhibit sufficient interestto have in the added companies
past prestige.
X---J. G.- -SHARON I the guard divisions allocated to the .the way of a dance given at the hive some of them ready (or thisseason's meet and drill to the full extent to a community-and there was no
B. G. SMITH .various corps areas. Graystone on Thursday evening of occupancy. permitted by the government the reason why such a project should
-- The table of tentative allotments the coming week-the project being proposition would be worth in excess not be an aid in securing publicity '.
1 'ERNEST M. SMITH Has been prepared. showing the number one inaugurated by C. C. Jordan, of A number of the "lesa progressive'' of $25.000 each year to the city-r which was a very essential thing in ;,
; of troops to be organized in each the Casino for the purpose of securing citizens of Frostproof have petitioned through the individual members; or. these days when there is such a desire
. X G. B. WELLS state. a fund for the making of a that the corporation lines of the to put .it; in Mr. Carson's words: "If for .
.: ---. - Under the national defense act a baseball diamond for use daring the town be so altered as to leave many this city could get its quota of two matter progress.The was finally arranged
GEORGE-_WENTWORTH minimum enlisted strength of ap- present season. Mr. Jordan has secured outside the limits-ia order to evade hundred and fifty men, men who that the Chamber of Commerce
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Under The direction of -the street oroximately 427,000 men must be I the Jazz Band from Sainen- city taxes. The case will be heard would Uk* a real interest in the should use all means within its power -
g::t. *( mmlttee there commenced work provided a. the peace organ izationof' ville and promises that this event next week. If the petition is grantedthe work it would be possible that there to aid Mr. Carson in securing -
yesterday morning of smoothing the National Guard. of which will be one full of pleasure for all News says it will set the place would be distributed. more than $25- name to make representative ,
Florida's is I attending. The eneral public is invited back ten years. 000-but, even if all failed to meet
1.1 some' of the streets and l avenues of quota 4,800. I roster; and he was given to understand
this city. and the roughness! ", hereto- to participate. Dancing will be I' ----- at various times yet kept up a good that if he required any assistance -
.. in order from eight-thirty to mid- Four hundred dollars netted would
fore :: was average it mean a lot of cash in soliciting of those of
'l4 noticed promises to be consid Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Cole have purchased I the names
: erably abated Immedi !ely.) the R. M. Evans home on the night. ___________________ from by its Woman's recent Club of Haines City I coming into the city. "And this would suitable age, men between the ages '
corner of I I one-day-one-evening help out considerably. of eighteen and forty-five committees .
Bryan street and Beau- Is it to call the
proper suffrage c mivl. Everything pertaining to In addition ,-
Next is election to the financial end of ,
Tuesday : day.BI mont avenue.J vote the silent vote 1 from the Chamber would be appointed
I I I the project was conducted by women. the Guard-to which would be added to extend that aid


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: 'Even -from the land the of far cold Wisconsin and blizzards, , Vote Against The- Amendment l .t

That fair Jam) of.com and pumpkins, It is.real pleasant; and beneficial
11 Where they feed on beans and onions, (for some people) to have a success t ai"I' "
.1 One Dollar Saved ,. With fried snowballs ontheir' menu, ful sale of bonds for public improve 1.; ,,;
..,: Where they have goose-pimples daft. ment. The money comes from the "I" ,"
r. 'ly.Where t rich northerner and returns to him !
: the rivers freeze in winter with the accruing interest after" be- 'll 1'
r One Dollar GainedHERE'S And the: butter melts in summer, ing raised by taxation. All ofwhich '
.1 Came there forth the Northern is legitimate ,and according to con' You'll .
Knocker .* tract. Besides, we' have the privilegeof A Day Long :i t...
seeing these northerners -
: Over the Atlantic CoastLine same aulomobiling
YOUR DOLLAR
Came this Terror to Kissimmee over the roads their mon-
I And he jawed, .and' growled, and ey built at our expense. RememberOctober JI' i
ON THIS SPECIAL, OFFER : grumbled This is all right We need the rd
From the depot to. the Graystone, better roads and it is worth the costif I
And from there unto the court house. everybody travelled; them. but our '
sold : And from there all o'er our city; selves.: 30 1920 ;c.
On each pair of Shoes on
However the
constitutional
All the time his tongue was wagging: proposed
Nothing seemed to suit His Highness-! amendment to bond thc1< ,
Saturday October 30 : The fair lake that lies to southward, for good roads is iniquitous. The .J
Our unrivaled catfish pasture more you stir it up the more it
Shoes that sell for. $10. $11.I $12 $13 $14 $15 or $16 the pair- 'I Seemed to him to lack the wetness smells like a rotten catfish on 11'"' That is. the date i when the Osceola Hardware Company will cut i
: sandbank. It not to excet'dlfive
Of the lakes in Minnesota. proposes
: and well worth that money, we will give the buyer ONE DOLLAR. Thus he growled, and snarled and percent of the assessed valuation. loose from all traditions and make a reduction! of ten percent oil

i :.(I wondered At the maximum this would I every ca>h purchase of fifty cents or mole at their stoic.
Why it was that the Almighty make Kissimmeo's share $100,000.!
Here is
and for the whole the I This offer applies to everything we Late in \\slock. a -
1 these ether fine : Ever made so poor a country. county snugsum : I
Inspect goods--and wear. .1
left
of $250,000. The wing of j I partial list:
: Loafing on the highway corner The state has been exceedingly backward -
; Came the baleful Southern Knocker, in coming forward for good GENERAL HARDWARE OILS "
:, And be waited for the stranger !toads at its own expense and its assessed GUNS' VARNISHES
Fred S. Gilbert .1 o 1 Who had bought a lovely villa valuation is onlv about one- ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
:\ On the outskirts of our city third that, of the eastern and southern AMMUNITION I',
; 'And told him he was cheated part of the stnte. These left- BOAT SUPPLIES FURNITURE .J,

State Bank Building Phone 14 3 3x :, 'That he could not raise a turnip; wingers arc able under our obsolete HARNESS RUGS.'
: Could not raise a black umbrella, constitution to control the state' leg "

\fr $ .'rt -:-:-:-.:-'.+:-:-:..:..:.<..:-:-- -:.-:--:..:-:--:-:-:-><..:-:..:..), I, On Let the alone patch a peck of sand of 'taters and bramble, I j islature.+iti an appendage They regard-like us a as dog's merelv tail lots PAINTS of other QUEENSWAREAnd

|jlle had purchased fOr his. homestead. I I Next he toll.) of slugs' and beetles, bulk of the taxes come from the tail Let's forget all about the national shindy that's coming off

i ,' Of the red-bugs and beetles, I end they want to wag us for good next Tuesday and devote this one great big glorious day lo business.REMEMBER .
roads for themselves. The countiesof
i Till he had the stranger frightened
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k Thinking he would be devoured I Eastern and Peninsular Florida
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!I If he stayed another minute. have mostly been heavily bonded forl'Iod
Then the Southern Knocker chuckle roads locally and it would be ONE DAY ONLY,
;i At the wrong he had committed; ;>oily fine to have this section build FOR CASH ONLY
In his evil mind, he gloated\ he roads for the leftwingers.What .
!I O'er the pain he caused to others. a fount of corruption this Store opens at six o'clock A. 1VL
i i I . big fund would be for our political I Closes at ten o'clock P. M.
.Cheerful ns! the morning sunlight' u7/.nrds! Every legislator : t
dilltrlct.//
Came the Optimistic Singer: t trade to take care of his own
And he got those two old knockersInto he left-wingers against the tail, the
l a secluded corner. governor and his gang in control of Osceola Hardware Co.DOLLARDAYDOLLARDAYDOLLARDAYDOLLARDAYDOLLARDAY
Then he fixed his gaze upon them. the Highway Commission, contractors i -
I Dreadful as the eyes of I'auguk. and everybody( trading good .
I While they cowered in the corner roads for political' support or something -
Spake his mind unto them thuswise: / more tangible at the paying:
"(0 you Knocker from the Northland.You eller's cage. I I
f have brayed your evil grouches Every vote should be cast against ,
Like a donkey before breakfast.You the amendment.
I have slammed our soil and climate OLEMAN SANSPUR.
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Our societies and churches.If 6fi6 quickly relieves Constipation.
Uiliousne, Loss of and
Appetite
What you in do thunder not like did our you country come for? headaches, due to Torpid Liver,-adv o o
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Should you chance to travel northward MACSWINEY SUCCUMBS MINICKI
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Whether daylight, or in .wihght.! AFTER 73 DAYS FAST v I
We will shed tears ar "
no parting.
. Terence MacSwiney lord mayor of > oo
id Then the Optimistic Singer I Ccrk, died at Brixton: prison Lon- 3so i Druggist _
Spoke unto the Southern Knocker, don, at I 5:40 o'clock last Monday o
Saying words that stung and blistered Horning. His death followed a hun-
I ger strike of more than 73 days The C GCt Store

To Those Who Take Pride Spake he very much ns follows: eclipsing any in the annals of the r
you Knocker of the Southland medical world.MacSwiney > KISSIMMEE FLORIDA o
who had been unconscious -
.\\0 are sure a slimy reptile! o
4 in Their Window Hangings I unworthy to be mentionedBy for several' days, did not reover DOLLARDAYDOLLARDAYDOLLARDAYDOLLARDAYDOLLARDAY (
the honored name of Cracker. his faculties before his death.
,4 You have tried, and all your peopleIn Father Dominick. his, nrivate chaplain -
this land of light and beauty, and his brother, John MacSwiney While the Supply Lasts
Where you-r brave any gifted for- were with him when the end

There are interesting and I Scratch bears their backs against the pine came.prison' all Father night Dominick and did was not at leave the One Dollar Safety Razor free With [Each One Dollar Sale

I. i treesIn until several hours after MacSwiney -
very comprehensive dis- the days when Injun warwhoopsMade breathed his last. fueeral SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 .
k Plans are prol'eedinfor. the
their hair stand strictly up- / "
plays of fine Curtain Laces I right. and it is not believed that the Just received fresh shipment of the best and most popular candies
: You have known the noble government will interfere with the
? story arrangements of the family. made. When you give candies of'course'she know the best on the ., ,
Of state fair and famous
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I : Nets, Scrims and Marquisettes ''Yet you set your tongue to 'wagging i The body will be removed from the market. '' .. .''...
I To Belittle your home city. {ail to St. Catherine cathedral- ' .
,( the and .will lie instate Liggett' Fine Candies Johnson's Appreciated Chocolates and Old
-t',.. -also the splen- (Like a thing of evil omen lowing inquest
there until its removal to .Dubin -
You befoul and spoil your own nest; Log, Cabin Pecan Rolls.
That's the kind of a bird that you where it will remain for a day or
did Standish Art Draperies are!I" two in the family mansion house. AT r s
The grave will be alongside that of

Cretonnes and Drapery And the while the silent Watcher, ; Former Mayor ,Mehjitam, who was Kissimmee's Best .Drug Store
Stood approving all the sayings shot in Cork sometime previous to

r 10f the Optimistic Singer, MacSwirtey's election. Other victimsof Phone 3 "'
Poplins. he slammed the sneaking the Irish contest are buried near- "

Our knockers. by.> services will be conducted. 4.
4' Drapery Departmentcan Religious
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Aaaoanciof New Realty Office The view of the family is that - - - - -- -- -
through his death the Lord Mayorhas . .0..0.. .... ..... . ... : .
:can supply your needs to Miss Jessie Ely has opened an office "made a priceless sacrifice for his .' t
for the handling of real estateof race, and that he is n"w treadingthe
best advantage. all kinds, and may be found on pathways of immortality." I
the second floor of the postof lice

1." "" rYowellDrew- . ** city building.and country She is in property a position, and to will sell Will. and Improve Mrs. Sidney New Charles PurchaseMir. Barker I R.. S. FLOYD tl X Xv

be to make listingas I .
pleased as large a Francisco
Co. have arrived from San .
possible. Call her. 46-4t '
II I upon and have purchased a twentyacre -
> : property about two and one- Groceries and 1
Turkeys are native only to North r
Orlando Florida half miles southwest of this city. Its
;\ America.
their intention to make from this

I." has 4,800,000 lemon 'property a beautiful home, as well i.
I Italy some ,
all to work the place over into an investment -
) '.\ trees lemons, which a year. produce 1,200,000,000 that will prove a profitable Fresh Meats

nvestment. .
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Mr. Barker is well able to 'finance I
) all his contemplated improvements,
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and comes here with high credentials "
fall of which goes to prove that the I FOR DOLLAR DAY
family will make a valuable acquisi- ONLY
Great OLLAR DAi tion to Kissimmee. So well pleased -- -- ,

I A I 'are the that new they residents have already with the refused prospects I ,$ 27 Bar Arrow Borax Soap_ --_----__- --- _$1.00 $

two offers to purchase/ the propertyat 10 cans No.. 2 Tomatoes 1.00 5
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: over the buying, price. 5 *. Fresh Evaporated Apple I *_ 1.00
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good friend stands by you whenin .- . .: .. . . .- -- . - - ,
need. Kissimmee people tell how - -- --- -- -- - v------.V V9 O.OO.O.O... 4L '

Oonn's Kidney Pills have stood the'at. __ _, ,
i- ) Dollar Day in lUssimmeep { '- M. Cosmer, retired farmer, of r H
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; 109; Mpbbette/ St., endorsed' Doan'sight We Are Now Shipping
> years ago and again confirms
the I story. Could you ask for more Sweet Potatoes and new !Syrupin '! I L CITYMEATJARKET
rr convincing testimony? barrels in car loads and less. '
p Saturday October 30 "I feel 1 justified; in giving my recommendation ; car loads. Write us for prices
for Doan's Kidney Pills i iI | MIZELL-EVANS COMPANY= !
for I know they ar" just as represented .
I ," says Mr. Cosmer. "I" used ] Live Oak. Flo.
them for kidney complaint and back I. s I
q''. 5 1-2 yards 36-inch Unbleached Muslin $1.00 ache and have been greatly benefited Fresh Meat and

4 1-2 ( by them., I am glad to give this
yards HO-inch Bleached Muslin tJ.OO endorsement." f NOTICE.The -

'' ALL SHOES FROM $5 UP WILL BE REDUCED ON DOLLAR DAY FROM $1 TO $1.50 PER PAIR On :March :W, 1918' Mr. Cosmer Board of County Commissioners VegetablesPhone
- said: "I am just as firm in my belief -' will receive bids on delivery of ,
of Donn's Kidney Pills now as Ballot Boxes for General Election ,
; / We will have bargains in nil Departments 01 our store, including whin I endorsed them before. They November 2, 1920 up and including 44 '
gave me absolute relief at that time the 29th: day of October.
Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions. I and I continue to recommend them." All Bids to be delivered to J. L. ., .;
Price 60c., at all dealers. Don't Overstreet, Clerk.A. > 'L.
H. C. COMPANY simply ask for a kidney remedy-get F. Bass, Chairman. Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer. T!
STANFORD I Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Attest: J.__L. Overstreot. Clerk, 45-lt; :! It relieves pain and soreness caused
R :Mr. Cosrier hnd. Foster-Mllburn Co., -- by Rheumatism Neuralgia, Sprains
JKY Mfrs.. Buffalo, N. Y. I Quit your knocking. I''
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20 YARDS FOR $1.00COATS' YOUR CHOIC FOR $1.00 Values_ Up To $3.50 All Sites. Excellent! Values ,

,. PRICE PER GARMENT, $1.00. FOUR YARDS FOR $1.00 iKISSIMMEE \
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.' during my wakeful and nleepful because he desires it to come his As the car was in the: creek how'' to raise a bunch of turks to the I GET YOUR VOTE READY
hours; ,Jt has been gnawing and way. A man will vote his sentimentbut could the engine/ lie "hot?" And if lurking age than it does to .scramblean The just-ending campaign J,
TAPPING TH' THOUGHT TANK knocking at my very vitals; and now he'll place his money on the the gasoline tank leaked ho-v come egg.: The natural history editor I Reminds me very forcibly '
I'll spring it. List. with bated (also Ride. that his good sense advises. And that stuff didn't float away on Jhe( of the Lakeland storm-center of information Of the charge to the jury "
baited ) breath : Do! your Christmas before another) i i-.sue of The Gazelle; surface of the stream ? Ard ;if the .seems to have confoundedthe Made in the late 80s ,\ r
Hv TIIOKM shopping early! appears the national press will be car was in the water how was it (>ostiible poult business with the precesn By Justice-of-the-Peace Ryan ,':(
t -XI - :I: telling how the thing "happened that that the vehicle "was practically of promulgating jack-rabbits or Belgian In I'lankinton, South Dakota.It >>
I I I Could Not Say way." burned up ?" And bo item was: hares. Yassum.t was a case 1'/},

Some Have The TteMemn i I"-re'I' betting that there's not one 1:t: :t-X- t not written as a joke-but as a tale : :i:--x- : Where a boardinghouse keeper .!?
woman in the entire country PosMihly Item's All Right of Sued "for his '
You tell '11I. almond; I'm a nut. young woe. One Job That PaysIt I a man keep.
oho would accept as a gift an ankle- The DeLand Record tells of Knowing all the interested JI
t a gar i t t x- t parties
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A Hit (!Irtigth fur ('\cloiik unless there was. a age-man, who probably has! been I couldn't blame the boarders
And Shimmy
Grouch 'N' that "no official of this
Bring EverythingSays
hear "old songs" i "proviso thnt she might delete the making/ specialty of fixing rattleson For refusing to pay }
I'd like to some : the Orlando R-norti-r-Star ernment would 1 to
sweet south end of it n roupli of feet. Anyway ( cars, who recently killed a rattle : presume pry ov-I For that brand of board- "
Sung by some gossoon; the
When of
to Orlando foreign
I haguage
But don't'you know she'd have louse it wouldn't look just right to I snake that was six feet long and 1 you come any Nor could I place blame )
matic who
to the winter be pfficer
the balance of had thirteen'rattles. spend may come :
tune ? have it come below This accountwouldn't Upon the pleading proprietor ,
ne'w-style rag-time '
Some leave with thirst and I where
to grouchat
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her garmenture, would it, now ? I'llsay hahpl'n so had in itselfif I sure your a can see !I For wanting some of the mazuma :
:t t--x-- :t home and a royal welcome these, incoming: officials are going to '
it wouldn't.t the Record hadn't said, ( For what that critter had eaten. :
Then Chalk It I'pThat's 11 wait;! you.That's l I.e mightly popular with the entire
I : -X- in the some issue of the 'dltoriallY'j In charging the
take : jury
billiiinl
all right cue; roster
all right for Orlando Jmt the United States Yas
Oh, I I Don't Know One) thing about -- ( Justice i Ryan spat three times,
a tin from me. when ; be construed i
to K's'-'niniee "Baggage"
t Xt 1MM I Says! the t Orlando Reporter-Star: whiskey! it's just as hail on you come Ul'inRyour sum. can Then made a long harangue. ,
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: grouch: erloncr. I'm anxious to as IUjZ'A'lll'e-and 'luggage"/ / can consist -
One of the strange thingsin the pocket book as it is I He ended much like this-
In Condition i write "old saws"I, this world is. how fewkisses the Momarh. on see how long it wiH last. Saw a \plan a I of as rna iv \boxes, parcels, cases., Provided my memory works well- __ ;t,
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It's nn easy joli to day or two with grouch. He nnd barrels as the foreigner '
ago a was poor
I needs after hebus It is just tin that the "Gintilmin th'
rely
a man possible av jury
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lit 'em
Hniiil in tl"'OIP.-I'1\\ : I
your fiom Conni d l'utIIIHI the grouchwas can afford to buy or have given him ,
been married fifteenyears. wot (I "in1ludnation"would have l l..ell "A beloive th' wor-r-ds
Some chickens will never cross the : the aftermath of hunt the other side. I where ye
two-day on can see +
added. a
if the editor
road I I had known how "A the' I'yer f'r th' difinse f'l
for a flat when he could put his I'll make some money as soon as Iran
Ito
It all depends on whose! kisses they spell, it. I'Yell acquit th' mon
After a honk-honk's hit ''III I furWit' and all winter. I Ididn't be understudy for of those ] ;
I "e stay one
t are-and how they are obtained, i t:-x--t :I: "Av ye beloive/ th' ter-r-rms __
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: noticed I'll\ Draw The blame for the sorry look rinks. If those can work
don't know. I ve never Line "Used b' th' I'yer
Pertaining To beauty I you but after I'd been with him that I think it will be all ril'htfor
talking way /
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the de The
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marked depreciation for ('heaperClothing" "F'r. th' pro-say-coo-tion
and
You may keep your beauty any assert for ten minutes he commenced Sears to few
to Congressman ship a I"Y'II
around
mand-but then I've not been that all garments' give him thre-e-ee
your health, unless"you dektroy them grin like a chessey-cat. It gets right I>pr'l... of homeriiade packenham to years; 1
much. i are soon to I be made of "But ye're Joike
me,
paperauits'of av
them to stay very ,
discourage
yourself, or into man's direct from the Washington merely -to show that
a system -
with using them ill.-Sir t : :-X- :I: that character being manufactured -I "An' knaw them there 1'yers"As 1
you', by atmosphere. Yep-bring the grouchto Florida has some considerable' diversity -i .
William Temple. A Falsehood That's Untrue : so as to be sold at very low prices 01 knew thim, ; '
s' 't -X- t I The Lakeland Advertiser tell of a -Press Dispatch). Kissimmee-erlong with the bal of products, so to speak I "Ye'll re-al lize full well '( ;:'>,. 1"Thl'y're
j. Or A New :lfaftTPKM'I letter it published in which one ,,nom. I'm willing to wear paper .collars and ance of'the family I thank you. t t-X-t :t both dommed liar"-f- "t

$(' i A new townsite, in .Polk county la'I' i '"branded as absolutely untrue ties, ,' t'' t-X-t: t. A Bull About IV Bull "An' ye'H) use ,'r. /good ,sense l I'i;: ;
to the name 'of Hespertdes. the utter:. falsehood circulated" about And n nice paper shirt might do; Turkeys Tab Time, __, The Melbourne Times In telling ,. .. ,.,' ,
Z. Half carry the folks will not know how topronounce 'I him. I presume it Is so seldom thatan sirs; Says the Lakeland Telegram: about a naughty bull-and a frighten By the way <
it-and the other half will "utter falsehood" is "absolutely And of fine paper socks, with reinforced According to the Times- ed man says: There have been many speakers :
think it is the title of some new untrue" the editor thought it worthyof heels, Union "Thorn," of Palm And but fothe sawed i Traveling-about the countryDon't J
fangled breakfast food. I'll say theyIftrill. special comment. Of course there I might take a dozen; or two, sirs; Beach Post fame, is signal horns this tale might have you think? fI' :
are other ways of being a bit more :I And a hat and a vest made of paper izing his connection wtth been Written tragedy. As it Yassum. '.I,
t t-X- t: i i t'lI\phatic-but the editor was too might work- The Kissimmee (Gazette- by was, his pants were torn I thank you. '
Making A Hug Circle much of a gentleman to use any. of But here 1 assert and I vow. sirs, urging the people of that and the skin torn the: lengthof 660 Malaria Chills and Fever ,
cures t
Many a daily paper is still carrying :| them. Selah. Though I'd wear beeveedees manu. prosperous locality, to raise his leg. Then his bovine- -- Biliouf Fever Colds and [.- ,
that "Rev8lat na of A Wife" :t. t-X-t: t I factured from pulp more turkeys. The advice is ship was towed by a Fordto Grippe. It kills ,the parasite that "
stuff-or propaganda. As it ii mak- And Do It Now I swear I'll not wear paper trousers good, and timely. Thanksgiving the river, where he was causes the fever. It is a splendid
ing: the rounds so strenuously I'd In giving some good advice to an I day is almost here,' finally placed aboard a laxative: and general Tonic.-Adv. -, '
that it be headed "Revolu apiarian the Florida Grower says: :J t-X-:t: t and the visible resources for lighter.
suggest I
tions of A Wife." That would helpa "Wax worms and) ant a." And I'd add I Need' A Proof-(trader .celebrating that festival are Just why the bull was wearing;I Apparently the bakers are expert- ,, I '
little bit, anyway. to that timely hint: "Wax 'em so I'm of the opinion that the state scarce and expensive. Time pants while gadding about the city menting and will achieve the vest-'' V
: txOf -: :J I: I I heavy that they can't move." wax board of health needs a man who can was when the ordinary fam- I'm sure I don't know. The question pocket-sized loaf soon.
Pours It Isn't the worms, and wax 'em right; wax I| actually spell. correctly to give' the ily could compromise on a arises right here: .does1 a bull wear "
No, Annie, the scarcity of news '..m ere they crawl from sight; use once over ta its advance circularsIn goose or a hen, but these trousers on all four limbs or other- This Means you.
print has nothing at all to do with hot wax if you think that's best-- the latest document I found three fowls have taken their seats wise? i If "otherwise" why didn't When you get up with a- bad tail t
the high price of "paper"-shell pe- .the hotter it is the sooner they'll "opertunities" for improvement in the frallaxy of unattainable the Times say so? But any bull in your mouth, a dull tired feeling,
cans. I'd sooner believe that it was!' '' rest; while you're busy with th' wax-'j: and one case where the spelling was luxuries. By all\ means, wandering/( around. Melbourne or vicinity no relish for food and are constipated .
because there was !bring used. so ing-plant by no means skip the festive not exactly "propper" for the "pub- then, let the country raise should, I'd suppose, wear you may know that you need a
much cardboard in making the soles ant; if you lack ants to use nil lick" Every little bit helps. more turkeys, and do it "trousers," if he felt the need of covering dose of Chamberlain's Tablets They i
of canvas shoes. Uh-huh. your wax, notify me-I'll send four :t I: t-X-:t: t quick. his limbs-pants posting, less not only cause an agreeable movement I' :
t t-.-X-- t: sacks! ". i- Truth In Advertising/ Well, I'm encouraging the work, than six dollars-ami trousers being of the bowels, but cleanse and
} fhink' t :t:-X-:.f I Notwithstanding, / the tfove-nment all\ right; but the Telegram seems' to the garments of the name character invigorate the stomach and improve
style So, TooA ,That'll B* PlentyAccording insists upon advertising which is not think that it requires no more time r.tinr' above that sum. How come? the digestion.:
Chicago: couple, who seem. to i to the Lakeland Star in -the least. deceptive I can make my __ __ _______
, have spent the greater/ portion of have affidavit that I '
the officials of Polk county ordered bought some "blu >CX 'f
their married life scrapping, have I printed 19,002 ballots for the kaio" and it wasn't blue, some "red
just become reunited for the thirteenth election of Tuesday-there being karo" and it wasn't red, and some
time. I've always stuck to it 9,600 registered voters in that coun- "green/ karo" and it wasn't /green. I -
there was something rter unca/iy Ity. I presume those extra "2" bal- have therefore concluded that the !

about that thirteen business. lots are to be used to check up the nianufacti'rers eit"r ma'd. '"" Don't Watch Kissimmee Grow
:t t:-X-t t: prohibition votes. It i iK to be hoped the Ananias family-or the wholo

Careful !Man; Be Careful - that before long it will the\ learned:! bunch of rm are color-filiim.' Am i t.
" Says the Arcadia Enterprise: that the prohibItion issue is gone-- right ? Which ? I thank you. ', J
Dressed! chickens at the "'Ithough thereare still.a few in :t I: :t-X-t: "

. '"i: Palace Saturday. ,- Florida who are very anxious to continue ",tt..r'n 2.75 I Percent. Too _ But Come and Grow With Us!
I don't know who dressed the t to make their living off the ag- After working a photographic: artist
chickens-nor what was charged for itation of the subject. for some weeks the Saint Petersburg -

admission; hut I'm willing to wager t :t-X: - :t I: chamber of commerce has senta
the fellow had a full house. Whatchcr Mean Talk man to interview the film firms of / r1
\ t: :t-X- t: Says the Orlando Reporter-Star!,; : the no-th, and this representativetold Kissimmee has a wonderful future; now is the time to buy property. -

Made Long Wedding Trio Money is beginning to talk those folks that "there were
"' We have few REAL BARGAINS in City Homes Groves and Farms :
The Williston Progress heads a again and the shining shekels 3500 beautiful stills in the vicinityof a. ,
wedding notice "Gornto-Sullivan." rake In the necessities of that city." The word "beautiful"was

Just why the folks should have )life. I surperfluous! in that case-a.. all \
to' Sullivan, which is locatedin I'm not sure to the talking, I stills are beautiful in a certain ,!
"""gone Santa Rosa county, three hundred yet I have so heard as for some, months sense; and 1, as a general thing they 10 acres and two lots in lawn for_ uu__________________$ 450.00 ..I'.

miles away-and over some rough the doleful sounds of money at is I are spoken of as "a humdinger," and .oj
roads-is more than I can figure out; hummed "Good Bye, My Lover Good : "so..k olager," "a peg-whacker," and '. 40 acre on the brick road, close in------------------------ 1000.00 :
but I really hope they had a nice live"-occasionally interspersed with "an undertaker's aid." But with such '
145x185 fruit--------------------
house lot 1200.00
time. I thank you. "What Yo' Coin' To Do When Th' [ an inducement to the fraternity I 6-room on some
X * Erroun'?" If there has haven't the slightest doubt thatthere'll
Comes
:t i- Rent Plastered and painted 6-room house; beautiful flowers and assortment
Becoming Awful TiresomeI been any real talking I'm sure Jt be many producers of films!
don't know how many are persisting came to me as a whisper. ''Yassum.I i I visit Pete's saintlv city in the very of fruit, good lot, one rare city barr.i.u_ 1600.00 a s
in reading those "Confessionsof I :t :-X- :t I: I I near immediate. I'll say they'll come.

A Bride" running as a serial in 'Playing A Double-Header _ I J t-X-::

many publications: but I'm franklin! I' From the claims made by the man- Story l>oe n't Mesh Terms ott nearly nil of our properties. Come lit and look over our : ;
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asserting that I've been noticing I Pagers of the campaigns of both parities i I I like to read a well-written local
them for so long that in every issue I am confident that both James Here's one from the Plant City Courier lists. A square deal to all.
now I'm looking for the announce- 1'M, Cox and Warren G. Harding will It tells of an automobile that v
ment or the forthcoming marriageof be elected president at the voting j dashed off a bridge into a creek. The
the "bride's" youngest daughter! (I I contest next Tuesday Either that,I owner, unhurt, sought/ a nearby Allen Fosdick Manager E. A. Strout Farm Agency
Uh-huh. will be the 'ase--or someone is passing I house to obtain assistance in /gettingthe / ,
:t\: .-.X- : II the buck upon the general pub- car out of the .'rp'k.'Vhen' the
I Hate To Say It lic. There used to \yl'ars-in times two returned it was found that "g.in- MY REFERENCES: Seventeen Satisfied Buyers in Four Months

' Here is something that I'd like toT long since Darted-when these"claims" I oline had run from the tank AI: to
. j, off 111mind.. It has been haunting were believed\ by the masses I la hot engine/ a fire had followed!, and I
get of oft- I but in this day no man ,'the car was tally Heir ilifhed.!: "
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:ra I Men's Special There will be One Hundred of the Ladies' Special


Very Best ..

! WINCHESTER SHELLS[[ I 00! We will have a table loaded with ONE DOLLAR[ bar-


: J All Guages and Loads ( $ 1. Pocket Knivesworth gains for the lady shoppers and WE[ SAY


,t1. ) Per Box there will be some bargains
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l r: [flash Your Choice Each from $1.00 to $2.50on Cut GlassAluminum v)

,., I lights, $1., 00 i Worth up P J QO

," sale at the of
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1s 10 Per lent Off on Winchester and Remington Guns, Pans [Each

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ARE BIG
PRODUCERS
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F EXPECTATIONS I SATURDAY
To Prove Their Prowess at State Jo'air.i' ? SATURDAY
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I Port Tampa Man Say Tanlac Has OCTOBER 30 '

'.Pat Hi. In the Very Pink oft OCTOBER 30
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medicine for I have !given!: it a fair 77
trial and it has proved in my case
that it will do the work," declared
Robert Greene, of Port Tampa, Flor- I .
ida recently II You are cordially Invited to \isit our store on
"For ten months before I got!: hold I
'1 of Tanlac I ha'd been in an awful II
run-down and weak condition, due to I October 30---Dollar
$ Saturday Daywhen
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overwork and not !getting!: enough ,
sleep. My nerves seemed to l be on I
the edge all the time and just keptme we wjll sell the following articles with a good many others not mentioned for One Dollar.
restless and upset. My appetite}
I J wt-nt back on me and I couldn eat
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a.6' enough stomach to was keep all my out strenirth.of order and My I Linoleum, price now $1.50 per square yard, on that dale, -- ---- --------______-_____ _$1.00 .

,L several times I had acute attacks of k h Crex 36-inch wide Hall Rugs, price now $1.50 per yard on that date------h________ 1.00 ,

Indigestion.I had to be My always liver was taking Sluggishand some I { Duplex 27-inch wide Hall Rugs, price now $1.50 per yard on that date------- 1.00 "

thing. I was pimply all in and just
felt that I didn't have I a . ,, ;
any energy I" "'e a 'X>::. 1.I.JackllonvllleOver ."'- ..., T":,:
q left. I I 0. i'; _, We will also give One I Dollar off on every JO.OO purchase of anything in our store on that 'j j
ay "One of my friends recommended 126,000 boy and clubs calf clubs boys' Judging contest date. We have a complete line of Household and Kitchen Furniture, Stoves Ranges, Etc., and will
at, Tanlac to me about a month ago, and pver 75.000 girls are engaged in BoYII'and and girls' canning clubs.
), I took it just to see what it would Girls' Club work in the South. It Is not so much to the present as be glad to have you call on us any lime awhe'n'. .. in-need of anything in our line. J
' do in my case. Well, I can Bay it has They produced more than fix milliondollars' to the coming generation ibl Florida
done I expected and Yours for Lower Prices
everything even worth of produbts last year: most look for the realization of her
; more, and today call myself in the I
A pretty good record. fi.nd hopes for future development and
ot condition. I want to
very
pink
1.r be eating all the time now, and everything i'{i One of the mean of furthering this prrgrees. It 1s. therefore of the ut. C. H. GRANTHAM
'my appetite calls for digests '1 I work Is the encouragement offered most Importance that boys and girls ,
properly and I never have any ', boys and girls by the Florida State be given advantages that were denied
ar bad effects at all. My nerves are Fair, to be held this year at Jackson- the past, and to a certain extent tbn The Satisfactory Store.
I' good and strong and I I sleep sound J I :Tllle, Nov 1827. present generation.
"- all night long. My' strength and en- I I A department has been set aside for The State Fair Is encouraging them I
i have back and I put in I I I
fry come ,,
and girls' club work and liberal
i tJ1s boys' through material reward and honorary ,",
full time at work every day now. .j. '
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believe it will do the same for any of cash and ribbons and are offered of better what is game and the size and bag
livestock
i,' man that gives it a fair trial." I| for the bed displays by the boys better crops which may be taken. Those who de-
y Tanlac'Is sold in Kissimmee by J. I I !pad girls poultry club of Florida" : and better food. Help the Fair l i sire to post themselves can secure
Z. Roberson and Central' Drug Store boys' corn clubs, peanut dubs. pig boost the boys and girl,. I copies of the state game laws at the Kill That Cold With
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k and in St. Cloud by the St. Cloud 1- county judge's .office, where they
Pharmacy. must secure. .license (o hunt.
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OSCEOLA COUNTY TURKEYS ness profitable. Osceola county is"I) OUT-SEASON HUNTING Ease the pain of a rheumatic at- +1Lty
well adapted, in climate and the accessibility | RESULTS IN TROUBLE tack by a rubbing application of
tr WOULD PROVE MONEYMAKERSThe of foods needed, to the Ballard's Snow Liniment. It relieves -t. ;
raising of turkeys, and the expvii- tenderness and strengthens the I
Kissimmee Valley Gazette menu recently made will\) result in II| Efforts of !food!: sportsmen to puta joints. Three sizes, 30c 60c and CASCARA M QUININE
p' Mays that a number of farmers in others taking up the important work. atop to shooting game out of sea $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Roher on's.. I
that section are undertaking to raise Jacksonville) Times-Unloa. son are meeting with results. A Pharmacy. q p9
tarkeys. and this should certainly i group of local sportsmen recently FOR > 3* \ ANDColds
prove profitable, provided the matter -Con'-ilpt employed a detective to secure arrests Owing to the war-time\ scarcity of I Iwere Coughs TOV1\V] La Grippe
of violators of the law, chicken food, the birds of Denmark
P is taken seriously and efforts are Most laxatives and cathartics afford I fame I'
made to understand the particular only temporary relief and says the Tampa Tribune. I fed with a substitute consisting 1 Neglected,; C -Ida are Dangerous/:
features of this important., branch of should be used only for that purpose.], The alleged: violators were arraigned of mussels) found along the coast. Take no chances. Keep this standard .
remedy for the first
a ponltry farming. Ifrfeems that turkeys When ydu want permanent relief before United States ConimisBioi- handy sntec
I The Knfljj wife must employ a ..
n tr are particularly troublesome, take Chamberlain's Tablets and be |I er *"one yesterday and held under Breaks up a cc tn tJ .ours-R.liev.u '"
different from that of her
r' and yet when hey can be brought careful to observe the directions with I bond for action of the grand jury husband and language must\ never refer to him Gnppe in :3 days-,_xt...,;.t icr Headache ,
p to maturity there II always a' goaddemand each package. These tablets not on- They are William Rhodes of this name. Quinine In this form does not affect the bead-Cascara" U bent Tonic c
for them, and at a high ly move the bowels, but improve the i city, accused of shoaling ducks out by Laxativ.-No Opiate In Hul'&.
lei. price. The Gazette tells of the experiences appetite and etrengthen the digestion. of season and Oscar Leon, accusedof We are-proud:: of the confidence doctors
of some who have under- .,0. shooting doves out of Reason. druggists and the public have ALL DR UGr'STS SELL IT t,
y taken to raise in that Rhodes bond in the sum of $500
turkeys section gave in 666 Chill and Fever_ Tonic.-adv. I
and while it is somewhat disappointing1 A singular omission in the matterof and Leon in the sum of $200. Both .
4; at first, no doubt if the legal formalities is the failure of luck and doves are protected under Every!: ton of sea water contains -- -- ;
.;/aimer* will continue they will learn the law of the United States to I the migratory bird act. one grain of gold; at this rate there -
' the trick. of these, only lately doa I I I provide for notifying a presidenttlect I The hunting season opens November are 90,000,000,006 tons of gold in the I Henry is determined to put the One-fourth of the silk produced ia X*
r jnoatlcated\ bird., and find the busi- of his election. 20, with certain restrictions as to sea ford in afford I China is sent to the United, State t, ,;'

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I American Red Cross Work W.. L. Thorndyke, 'who haa beenon '
;. .. t the editorial staff of the Palm American Cross Announces WILL OFFERcJastfor
TI I Flourishing In Small Towns Beach Post for several years, has 3
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accepted a position in The >Kissim- Budget of $48.200,000 J
'" Throughout Country. mea Valley Gazette 'The Gaiette is
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I \,<
" I fortunate in securing thai services of For Current Year. : ,
1., .' I \\l
, '... . -- such an able write.-N.w Smyrna
: More than 87,000 gradual aura i Breeze !

: have been enrolled ln tbo American -- NEW DISASTER RELIEF PLAN "i:!

'+ Rod Cross to date and Its departmentof General CongratulationsWe
were afraid something would I
nursing U daii7'IHrum.. thl enrollment.
happen to Thorn if he ventured too j Continuance ef Heavy Work Abroad
far into the winds of the 'interior; .t-
: The department of naralng has beoa and we told him so when he was here Deemed Necessary to Protect .

authorized to maintain aa ado.nat* last week; but we are glad, indeed United-atatee-921.000.qpO ONE 1

.. .....n. of nurses for the army and that ''he fell into such friendly hands Lea Than Lit Year.A DOLLAR OFF
It will I I I at Kissimmee. Not only does The ON EACH PAIR TIRES
navy. continue to supply the '
I'I I Gazette need him, but we all need '"

aeedt. of the United State* Public. I|I him in this territory-to help boost program of relief and 08"8.warel to SINKING OUR PROFITS 9
Health Service to which It has assigned i our cross state road and other
pro
which appropriations or' $48- TO PLEASE CUSTOMERS
more than 1.0UO bursas In the fleets that are of mutual interest to
I last year.It Melbourne, St. Cloud and Kissim- 1200,000 have been made haa been out- i

will anlst In Mtabllahlng mee: We are with you, Thorn, and pined for the American Red Cross for

Cut Glass, Silver Jewelry and Leather Goods. Actual Value in .I cursing aervlr* la foreign countries proper I' wish you all kinds of luck. We alsocongratulate' Fhe Oscal year, July 1. 1SUO to July 1.n921 1. W. WYNN, Proprietor

Many of There Articles Reaches $5. when the American Red Cro** baa organised good fortune The in securing Gazette your upon serv its. ( according to official announcefftent 105 Broadway
national cf the 1
bjr headquarters
hoapltala, alapensarl* and t(' Melbourne Times.
| W. E. SANDERSON COMPANY schools for nurse Oonraes In home prtanlialloD at Washington. The ng-

hygiene tad car of the sick ba.. been Will Mifig Him I lures for 1020-21( are P ,OOO.OOO below

(Incorporate!) started for thousands ., women wlto W L. Thorndyke, who did much I Jtkoe* ef 18120: 1st wblob W8.4OO.OOO
, toward making the Palm beach Post
V" Jeweler and Optometrist h... never received ray odncatloa latbi popular with the boys of the State (was apent.' CUT PRICE 'ON
direction. Rural which Important among the Items of thelaipt
nursing press, has moved to Kissimmee to be

\; : : 26 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE I was la Ita Infancy a short while ago connected with the staff of The Valley ) for the preaont ,year .!s the ap .

baa ben put ahead at least a decadethroagb Gazette. The Palm Beach Post proprlatlon of (81,600.000 for relief In

; !<-M4 0 C C W><"C"v"M>4"e> the work of the department I will miss him and readers of the foreignlaoda, which Includes (11,000- TIRESSATURDAY
Post will miss from that his
of paper pOO IB purchased supplies on hand and
-- ,- -- - nursing and local Red cross "Last Night's Thoughts Plant
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I
I chapters. City Courier.Oh pot distributed
I Public health nursing bas been extended Must Protect United atat_,

to many rural communities and There Are More Men This will enable the American Red

The Ladies'MRS. Shop now flourishes actively In hundreds of Thorn, of the Palm Beach Post, Cross to continue Ita humanitarian effort
hss. gone to Kissimmee. He might
. small towns and 'oontieL Nearly I to aid stricken people. to re-ostab-
have .Konv:: farther and fared worse, OCTOBER 30
I i thousand efficient nurses have alrendy but t ihci Post will never be the sense !tab themselves, to fight the disease. epllemlca ,

been assigned to this kind of work. I -Port Pierce News-Tribtine (' which threaten many countries

ROGEKO. Manager I tile; department of nursing I I. unit- (find to efface largely the remaining ONLY "f

Irfg with other organizations In a ,_r'. I Th's' IH .\ Fact fraces, of the blight left by the World

DAY I _. "Thorn"I ( W I L. Thorndvke'now) 303 ____ __ ___$12.00
FOR THE ONE campaign In r.'ruilln.nur-: for I War. It Is recorded aa social as well ---- ---- --
a special writer on The Kis"immeGii
.' : training schools, In educating the C'n, /< rte. is receiving many tc>mph. ns physical sanitation aa a large scale 30x31/x-------------------- 17.00

Saturday eral public as to ntnndnrd* of nurslug niint from the Pi m il Pushers' Union that will have a direct bearing on future 323'/2_*___----_--___ --- 21.00

October 30 education HIH| In showing communities t hut his bluslv look like at' conditions In America. 31x4 __ ________ _________ 24.50
their responsibility toward sci"x>ls of <>Ko....holiep iinnhnw lie returns
The first 1 Ii\e ladles who shall! i I nursing.; It will endeavor to meet. ull thanks tlm'erway.: Central Europe, the chief sufferer, 32x4 __-________________ 28.00 r

Saturday will. v. I them need all well an to continue the I,1 he pi"i.. .1in t -ouirhout the scout from the conflict/ today Is facing anOther 33x4 ___nnnn__=_._." 29.00 '
customers on I
prove D ''enrollment of be given an opportunity to secure I utilized us ln tnict'rV In home dietetic dowels( All I need now IR i n ruin. Typhus decreased much during I

for one dollar an elegant pair of *, In developing nutritional clinics, )1)\11' of slippers with rosettes on 'em (the summer months where last winter 10'off; on all tubes. (

Silk Hose valued at 250. and In supplying; dietitian' for the and "I'll] feel' like the Qw en o' theM ('I''I1n'' Un greatest stronghold but phypldHiis I T
United Stntes I'uhllc Health Kervlc ] .+\-. -litus\ille Stai' '\cl\tM'ate"THORN" .
who Investigated. the situation Lester Alfcrd Vllr
and the civilian liimpltiilH. ( r.izirg: Shop 4
THE LADIES' SHOP lit Use behest of the League of Red.
The NurulnK: Spr'lre11\ continue to : PRAISES v
Cross Societies have given their unqualified 107 BROADWAY
J offer to women and young girls the COOPERATIONFrom
opportunity of necnrlnf Instruction In opinion thai Ibis coming win

home hygiene: and care of the sick Inevery ler will..... a recurrence on an unprecedented
.
( tho FlorIda Glower, Tampa) rT
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r :--:-- ->-:--:":-'-':-: :-:--: : :-:-:->-:-:-:" :' community conntrv (KHitoi's: Note-From lime to time
> :- -:":-':-:-:--:":-: :- "
ooQoo--->-:-:+:-: :-:- -:" Instruction has not only laid the. foundation nearly every newspaper in Plomlicarries feels It must continue preventive measures ; HOW DOCTORS"

for public heath but In some some idea of highly int.IIiI'nt abroad to keep tMs and other ;

x xX09 places has given; Impetus to the establishment thought, often quuintlyp hrnscd deadly aialudlea from the United
Saturday i of hoBpltuls and community and credited, "Thorn in tn1 Pa'm'! States -
o TREAT COLDS
{, school holmes. Brae Post. The writer of these is
"As a community profits by the workof W L, Thorndyke, whose daily column Millions for Work at Home. ..J/

the nurse." says Miss Clan D. in that paper under the title of When the disease was sweeping Central
October 30 : Noyes. director of the department of "Last Night's Thoughts," has been Europe last wluter the American AND THE FLUt

nursing "It Is logical that the community perhaps the most widely read and (Red Cross, with the aid of the governments -

should be aroused to It. responsibility keenly appreciated bit of ncwspape' | of afflicted nations, undertook the j/jJ'irat
Step in Treatment If a Brisk:
work in the state. Recently "Thorn"printed
I The American Red Cross 0gbt against IL Hospitals were established
A Windowof stands ready to help In a general campaign his thoughts about coop..rll'i'e wherever possible and food and Purgative With Calotabi the
marketing and the Florida! Cit '
of recruiting and mast bav. th* clothing were distributed to tb. ondentoorished Purified and Refined Calomel .
rus Exchange; and this. is what he
support sympathy; and underatandlaff .said:) populations who by reason Tablets that are Nausea ( t

the medical profession a* well a* This is not an advertisement. 1 I of their undernourishment wore less, Sale and Sure. ./? I i '

> the Intelligent co-oporattpo of the don't carry such things in this col. easy prey to the epidemics. Where -lIooI, ,

,i,>. .' I\ REALDOLLAR I people. at large." umn. I. wish to however, that ,JlaorgaalKat1oa contributed 'last ,year Doctor hav loud I by *zperteii *- f:t
: '\ 1 I have been reading the series of excellent 't. the great Inroads made by the dls- that no medicine t or. cold and Influenza t

rijlt'It'{ 5;, I advertisements that have been !..... by virtue of Ita knowledge of the can be defended upon for full effectiveness .
HOME SERVICE FOR
f.'t , appearing in the Post, and I am 'idlsease and the presence of well established until the liver 1* made thoroughly "t
:SM% BARGAINS EVERYBODY IN NEEDDo firnly impressed with the worth' and hospital 'center*,' the 'Amerl- active. That is why the first ;
step in the treatment I the ?
82 | merit of the Florida Citrus Ex- ,can Red Crossthis will undertake Dew Dan
year
I less eolomel taUeti: failed Calotab .
I change. I Cannot understand why it r
,tb. work with a now confidence.
know what the is which are free from the sickening and st
you present day there should be a producer of any
'' Do Not Miss These -.. Service of the Atnorieaa R4 sort of citrus fruit in this state Including the total of (11.000,000 In weakening effects of the old style ealo-
: Opportunities Gross UTIfany I whose name isn't on the roster of ,supplies left from tbo last Oecal year, meL Doctor also point out the fact
.
,the (3WOO.OOO U (21400,000 toM than that aa active liver
that 4hat which may go a loner way
people de net kaow flat; bolides concern- concern isdoing
tb work for so much to advance the interests ,the expenditure for 191920. towards preventing influenza and i. ono
completing xwrvlos -
Appropriation for domestic actlvlUes of the most important factors in enabling
mess, Mpoclally the .... lecI. It pro-< of the producers throughout .
the
patient to successfully withstand
Tide the came neighborly aorvlco .. Florida. If I was a grower of grape- total (18.700.000.Tho '
COMPANY an attack and ward off
WENNIR: SAWYER fruit of largest Item of this "home"budget pneumonia.
families In general that U formerly or an owner an orange .
tOne
<
grove I'd just as soon think of cutting U (7,800.000 for civilian relief
*. famlllo of oldUa. aallor and Calotab the
p. on tonga at bed
all my wrappers out of rolls\ [work.This Include service and aa- '
..aflDeL"Pome I time Vith swallow of
a waterthat'salt.
oOOoOO'OooOoOoOoOoOHOOo "H OOHH with a pair of scissors--or illustrating 'ststanc for families I of aoldlera. salljor -
Service coven a wM andTarted No saltsno nausea nor the alight
I my tissue-covers with pen, ink, ; and marine, and work Incidental
est interference with
field. Frederick a Muaroe your eating pleasure
aay
paint and brush to to do '
as try any it
disaster. Of the total appropriation or work. Next I
morning eoldl
general of the AaaorlcoaRod your
manager
+o< < H4-00 considerable business unless it was for civilian relief, ( ,OOOooo I* I bas vanished your. liver is active,
Cross "It glv** aid t. "'alUM done in connection with the Florida your
Iheld In reserve for tho carrying out of I system is purified, aDd you are feeling
ta'aalvlng such proa.spaDID" aa badge Citrus Exchange. That the associa- .
actual disaster relict fine with for break.
a. hearty
_rlt.d... tMIng oyor. ttmo tion is well managed one has but to appetite
fat. sell
Oalotabs
of nanctal stew kooptaji dilldrea taefcool. study conditions which have been J Reduced Overhead ExpenseThe Druggist sealed only W
original
package
helping oripplod eklMron. wkVovod brought about through the clever' Red Cross Invariably la the Brat five\ cent Your money ,will price be thirty.cheer 4

DanceAT aa4 dssrtod met......, chUdreabaekward : workings of those at the head of the thought of a community visited by calamity. fully refunded if you do not find theam

-7 la school and ehlMfoa laoonfllct ''organ 7ation. That it is being con- : With this. la sated It was determined d.UihttuL-Ad.) .
that will
ducted in bring
with the law. It..aden sorr- a manner by the Bzocvtlvo! Committee Qti.
credit to the entire state.one has but .
tee to the beIDe'C tesaa...'." totb In preparing the budget of 1919-20 to ,J11I1
to note the increase in the several
UUterata, M Na.z.t Awolteroi t* undertaken. hare a flied reserve fund free whichto
lines of business it' has '
tbo BBomployo4. and greo* rrlondty a,*>' That it has been a material aid to draw In the** ID.taDt'eL"or ,

-'are tad advtc tin
.. ,...upa." i part in the progressive program one and marine la hocpltal and la Camp ,

to beJatac taaflfkea. km need merely consult with any' tat year (1.900.000 baa beoa *ol aside oeM

.. ....tsoa of their tea arstliaia.8jTvte I grower whose name is on the roster.I Four million two aandrod thousand

The Gray stone ...... botp. la atroagtbtBtegwk I1 I I grow no fruit nor do I handle any I dollar* baa been appropriated for lao 1

... aysyi ta the ooosal tu ofM ,except once in a while someone provoaaent of health and prevention

toaatanMtlaa >.*a* baoMbi wMb otb- slips me a lemon-at which time I I II .f .1!_.* throaghoat the Cnlted

tie v* aaaao oosaaMiaMfaa ...**\ wish that I was one of the Exchange State during the current twelvemonths .

i I Thursday Evening November f boaMblor. and baa****, I managers-but) of I wish the that I possessed The Red I. cooperating : F I

Orawatalag actioa any VBMS b) some qualifications fairy with the United State Health f 11
which would entitle to mem-
.. I me a .
in .
NIi the .moattdtt ah..dy Service la this work *od tbrovgb its
bership. All I have to is that
UNIVERSITY JAZZ BAND .tatod ta OB of the Objocta of Rome for say of cit- ,Junior Rod Cross t* doing each to f:
sorry any grower f'
from Gainesville (.karri**. H hat aaablbbd. coBmanrtyoaat Iras fruits, producing to any extent, .spread a.ag chlldrea the principle \, ,1

will furnish muaic tis..tlrs 11 ,. lour .....katlsta. tea- I mean who fails to get In-and get of sanitation. All appropriation of (1-

Pad picnic. Root rosary vocroattoa in -ffWvck-to the Florida Citrus Ex- {000.000 has been made, for developing ,1

This affair U t* secure funds' for the perfection of a new baseball faotkHloa day.. aa.*rvk.or* aa4aovtag hange. Yassum. ;tn* peace time program of the Red

diamond for the present season grateS bav* bows provbaaA :jCross by service to Ita chapters la all i1
lorvtco osaor s.gecNs I The W' L. Thorndyke "Thorn," ''reglona. .

ALL ARE INVITED TO ATTEND u'o1l1eHolM: to bring about "' revo I above referred to, is now connected The appropriation of 48200.000 la s 1":1,
... ;:
DANCING FROM 8:30 TO 12:00 fOaasaercloJ an>Beitnonas aa4 bees in an editorial and fcnecial manner: ''ex'laeI.4Jf th*-local-<
aobool fmottUle* tad t* MOBM>** be.*.. with The Kissimmee Valley GazetteFLORIDA'S the 8.000 or more chapter.
4*+++4+4 '*4 oo.Oo+**4+tt4 +*< &4+4&>+W&&+44* +**&&&>* io .
!pac Wbrart as well: a*. aeon** conay Administration expanses this ;year
\ agrtcuHural and borne d nootrauoe FAVORITE PAPER will be (1 800.000. Laat year they

agent. were $2300,000.Don't. Dollar DaY:1:
If you need aaahit-aac* at say t#sto.a The Tampa Morning Tribune I I- r
for the intir
K the secretary of tbo sourest Rod everlastingly fighting
eats of the people and the development .
sad th. ltuatkuk -
boss chapter Gcoerthe '
of this section, and no one whi : 4
'
Your confidence will be aacredlv:,
has the welfare of South Florida at Waitfor I
-. roapocted,and every possible effort will OCTOBER 30
heart can afford not to be a ('onstmlrpadeT : ;
+ be made to aid you_ I of The Tribune. It il4 Flor- .

l ida's great metropolitan paper, carrying werkers t* com and ask. yon "- .;
American Red Oroaa Roll Call. I the full night and day repor'of for a renewal .f your mt'mber. y

The Fourth Aooual Roll Call of the The Associated Press with intelligent ship. Bend In your dollar to the Come to Klssimttiee '

American Red Cross will be dhI.. correspondents in- every nook nearest local chapter of the

... year from Anatettee Day. November and corner in its territory.. Its big American Red Cross Welcome H

11 to Thanksgiving Day. November 2\ Sunday edition and has the most section complete the opportunity and privilege of '*

....... During this period the men comic the magazine subscription replodglng your fellowship by
printed in State, and the -
Fad women of the ValtodJStat' *. will promptly answering the
, I rates are only $8.00 per R iii
tbolr aanuaJ ...a--ct rooew tbelrBMaabonblD. '
( nay I annum i; $4 00 per six months and Fourth Roll Call
j $2.00 for three months. Write for t -i
I,sample copy and subscribe today. 43 N.,...... II. 25, 1920 I

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la SIX THE XlctfVMrr Veflr'G'; ?' """ ,&'; r'Q{ 140 ,


KISSIMMEE .Y VALLEY GAZETTE of praise-where'.such praise ia deserved There .i* no doubt of the great .

v.lpc'oCl1 (] lands lying along the great'' Mississippi' bed; but'it would .
:' be far Better "aite! would evince more loyalty upon the part of the newspapers Ir
Published
Every Friday of this state 'to first show.,in their 'proper light tome of the 'many
4 By Kissimmee; Valley Gazette Company; Ki.i. immee,; Florida advantages to be'' found 'in Florida. Citrus Fruits of Florida; pineapples

4 W. 'B. Harris, President EV' G. Van Agnew, Secretary: Florida r; bananas of Florida; vegetables of Florida; oysters of Florida;'

) \ all of these are topics well worthy of exploitation., The ,Everglades of
Subscriptionftateef 'II" Florida are prnouneed by those who have made and intensive V/V/v/ .
One Copy, One Year......__ s.?-_, _______________________"' _____,=,$2.00 \ extensive '
One CopySix Months......:.__...______________" "____________:.___. 1.00 analyses of the soil as excelling in richness' and.producing .ability"'anything' \/\/\/\/v/
One Copy, Three Months....._________.____-----\-re.....---------.:--- .60 to be found in thjs country-and the press of this .state should should -bea VAAAA/ '. ' .
unit in' promoting publicity for. this area. ,
(Entered at the Poatofflce at KIOHtinmee, Florida,, *II second l'-<'ln*" m.mor.) While it is true that the area is limited and its settlement and cultivation t y .
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All ;ommunlcuUon. except from our nuthorlcrd correspondents nw" !, bee would interest 'directly only a small percent of the ,people. it shouldbe fli .. .
itKnrd' by the writer.nrjrctvd borne in mind that what "e
helps of the
' flatter will not be returned unless. will for one portion state and induces im- I.
migration will to a certain- .exten//, be a benefit to all sections. There is -,.. .. ., .
--
IJ I Foreign Advertising Rr en ;tlve l'I no point in Florida. no matter how remote but what may be. made the J
L.f!: AMERICAN PR ESS ASSOCI AT ION | better by exploiting the fact (that so rich a territory as the Everglades is

- ---- proving is within the stale, Indirectly such!) a rich country will bring new
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1920 residents to all portions of Florida. GLADYS RICEwill r
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DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL EI.EC'TORS', FOR FLORIDA REGARDING THE TWICE-A-WEEK GAZETTE

MARTIN CARABALLO P. W.: CORR appear in person .
" h' CONDITIONS' are now being worked out regarding the issue of The ,
CHARLES E. JONES W. v. KNOTT
"' ,. Gazette at more frequent intervals than once a week. The public desires
J. G. SHARON G. B. WELLS. Tuesday eveningNovem-
to read the paper as often as possible-and merchants insist that to issue t .
.. ...
the paper twice each week would be an excellent thing for Ki< immee and ber 9 Gladys Rice makes an
MELBOURNE-KISSIMMEE' CROSS-STATE ROAD Osceola county And the change from the present plan when it is made .

will have to meet 'with the approval of the entire city-because the entire in Kissimmee. It r
THERE i i. a crying need for the betterment of the cross-ttate road between city is deeply interested in the matter. appearance -

Melbourne on the east coast and Kissimmee and it is to be hoped Say the Tampa Times of Tuesday: is the most important musical .
f that the commissioners of Brevard county will see the proposed necessity One of the greatest regrets experienced when' we learned that _

M ia the proper light. At the present time there is no* really feasible highway "Thorn"was about to transfer his allegiance from the daily Palm event of the season ;
cross the state to the southward. The county of Palm Beach'has been Beach Post to the weekly Kissimmee Valley Gazette was that 'i ,,1

working on the proposition for two years and has spent a vast sum upon there would be a longer interval between his delightful "Last' The famous sOFrano will render those songs K
f the project. So far as the road has been completed it is of high-grade. Night's Thoughts." Now we are assured that the interval is to be '
and carries with it the same degree of excellence: which marks all roadsin shortened somewhat by the announcement of the owners of The with which she has won her chief successes

that county; but there is every prospect that the road will not be completed Gazette that it will be issued twice a week in the near future. With as a concert star. .,

i to the Lee county line for something more than two years. "Thorn"on its staff we can foresee an imperative demand for a
I Visitors to the lower east coast a vast number of them are alway daily issue of the excellent Gazette coming very shoilly. And Casino Theatre

anxious to view the west coast before returning north. To all 'enquiries by the way Thorn's lucubrations are "Last Night Thoughts"

as to the best rout to follow from that section of the slate to the west longer. He calls them now "Tapping th Thought Tank." But TUESDAY EVENING;

coasl the advice is "Go norlh to Daytona-and the folks there will put they're "something just as good" as the drug clerks say.

t you right." But as soon as that road westward from Melbourne is in con- The Gazette deeply appreciates the compliment from the Times and NOVEMBER V '

: dition to carry a car with any degree of comfort -even though it is not while at the commencement of improvement a daily paper issued when
hardsurfacedword will be given the lower east coast that fully one hundred I there is such! a stringency in the paper market as well as in the field of Adeline Packard violinist, will assist in
miles be saved Melbourne for few labor would be 'at /first of the there .
and forty may by stopping at a competent out question is a glorious collaboration with Mr. Thomas A. Edison's
I days viewing that pretty place and then coming direct to Kissimmee. opportunity for a Gazette that will blaze the trail for still greater betterment -

where other delights will meet the visitor.. !. It is to be hoped that proper conditions will be promptly brought I Three. Million Dollar Phonograph.

The Times of Melbourne should use all possible mean. cooperatingwith about to permit the improvement contemplated. '...
the business of that have the commISsioners take an FREE TICKETS
men town to --- -- ---- .
interest in improving the highway leading to Osceola county. It is for ESTABLISHMENT OF NATIONAL GUARD Call umf or telephone u. for />*. tickets of admittance. '

i the benefit of that county and that town to have the work doneand done -- They will &e issued in order of application.

}. immediately. There would be a gain to that town as well as for ICissimr"ce. I PROPOSALS to establish a unit of the National Guard in Kissimmeeseems
There would be travel from the west coast to the east and r from to meet with favor so far as has been learned and the efforts lo bring CENTRAL DRUG STORE

4f the east coast to the west and aulomobilisls would have the opportunity about a formation is going to be pushed'with some intensity Marion Car-

of seeing some of the best spots in Florida. son, appointed by the Chamber of Commerce to secure needed infon lon'' PHONES

By all means it is essential that the road should be improved. With I regarding the proposition has cured such data and is prepared ry lalk I Day 41 Night 21 .

that mileage put in shape and the missing links into Kissimmee filled in intelligently upon the themeand he is strongly in favor of formin a
they will be very soon the cross-state road would be a potent factor a'i company immediately While there should be a formation of the full I

pleasure as well as business. strength two hundred and fifty men between the ages of eighteen and I

--- -- --- fortv,Ine years, it will be possible to form a unit of about one-fifth that'

OSCEOLA AS A RICE COUNTY number, but the city and county would derive far more good both froma I -J

r1! ---- financial and an advertising point of view, if the full number could bej i

WILL there be found a sufficient number of farmers in the vicinity ecured There would be a greater chance of securing a better armory for
I the than for the few and there would be brought into the city. I .
of Kissimir.ee" take up the cultivation of rice to the extent that tRe purchase I many ; money
of a community thresher will be justified; That is a question thatis While an organization of the National Guard cannot be formed and put in "

giving the county demonstration agent a great deal of thought Mr. Corking shape in a brief space of time it should be carried in mind that' Everybody Who is Anybody Advertises Their "Wants" in The Valley Gazette
Wilson is assuring all farmers that this county lies directly within the rice the more speed shown in the formation by the many of suitable age the I .J
belt that ample can be produced to' make the project a financial sooner will Kissimmee commence securing some good publicity. Every man I, _n -
!: crops vha can qualify for enlistment should see Marion i Carson i immediately.i I 1 <-ooCo<-:_:"' :_:":_:":_:":_:_> .;__:_:_:":.;-:_><.:-x---:_.....:_<...._:_:_:-:..:_:..:..:_:__...co
demand. _ u _ _
was some (pears ago
revived in earnest.In CORRECTION ON BALLOTAS firmitiK implf.m*.nln, ihiap I> (1 .
Wagner"' North Hermuda Avf 40-lf $ Dollar Day Photography $
Seffner little the of Plant City the farmers PRINTED
a community lying to west RECENTLY ---- -- ------ -- -
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are making good returns on this crop. The latest issue of the Courier C.\I rahhaK'nA.a, ': plants PLANTSOnIhuusaml. <""hal..l-lown AVflUeflrld. -. <
of Plant City, contained the following brief mention of one phase of the Through a typographical] blunder, at 2.00 per thouaand. A. I* : .
rendered less culpable because of. the King KlHKlmmve, Fla. 45-tf : .
;; question: '.newn ss" of conditions to one of the FOR t..J-3 pur'ot' : s. '
4 ; W. W. Powell's rice mill is kept busy handling the largest writers on The Gazette it was madeto say brood now registered, one will J..r-I .. :,, "
llr'' crop of rice ever raised in this section. The Seffner ,district: has appear in a recent issue that but oonj also 8 shoats name breed: 1" 4 I -
thousands of acres of the very best of rice! land.. There is no need two 'members of the board voted of public pie.have''.Jack been Keen"Inoculated.farm. K. T.f5-lt-x With each One Dozen photographs made on '"DOLLAR ,: hDAY" -:- ;:
be
of her rice and this is of the easiest instruction were to upon +! _
people importing one
) very next Tuesday-although at the same FOR SAI..E Wlnfhenter Rhll, nilftCuairtn \
t.. and most inexpensive crops to raise. time in another portion of The Ga- and Iftndfi. (100 per box we will make one of our highclass
.1 I INN DAY ONLY "I>ollnr Day:' .M
r It would seem that the general, taking up of this industry under direction zette there appeared a special announcement \lrklnson's I 46-11 I ,

and advice of the county agent might result in creating a st.ini5 of the candidate whose Jo'oJLI on ,nm-ount or the death $3.00 Enlargements for $1.00WILDER'S J
centre in Kissimmee for rice culture and as it is one of the crops whichis name was omitted from the contemplated of Mr A K Vnor'hees. his Chalmeta
complete list of candidates far in offered for Kale' Par la Inurood
not susceptible to rapid spoiling it would not be necessary to place it The closing portion of the ticket condition find will "he sold' i.tbarftaln ---
on the market the moment it was harvested. should have read as below-because . See Mrs. Voor.hee. upper )
Main street nitertdm luluy, Or
It is to be hoped that when the matter is brought before the people these names will appear on the -official Sober 27. 45.lt .
; in there will be such offered the ballot to be used Tuesday: STUDIO f
an intelligent manner co-operation county ---- I' FOR HALF Jerseye.w and calf ;
agent as will justify his continued interest in the project. A f few thousandacres For, Members of Board of Public Instruction I Just fresh H W Poire 46.1tI I .

of rice in the vicinity of KissHnmee, and an equal amount of acreage I"OR SVI.E-I'onHii, Saddle Hors''H .
in other sections: of the county would pave the way to making Osceola Vote for three.X and rner mares foreman$50 Now up. Eden'See W.Plantation E. Par r
} ; far more promiQjMt in this state. The rice crop need interfere in no way W. C. BASSWALTER near Nareoonnee. Fla or A. K -- - -- -
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Thomas Klsulmmee Fla 4Z-tf
: with any of the industries at present under way-and would make in every X LANIER

1'. way a most acceptable addition in the line of an easy money-producer. FOR SAf.E, -Oood necond-hanrt. Ford .
X H. H. HULL cam Sam Q RaK dale Phone 25.

.1 VOTE AGAINST THE $20,000,000 r STATE BONDS For Justice of the Peace,-1st Justice !I. SALK-Horned and Mules. S1lfFOR In-,' Cut Price Cash Grocery
District I Quire of J. !If. Miller. 19-tf I
for ,
Vote one. '
DIFFICULT, indeed is it to believe that the voters of this state will X JESSIE D.' KLEINMANN :CABBAGE PL\NTS-One hundredthousand .
cabling Charlestown
plant -
?,1, at the coming election: vote to bring a twenty-million dollar debt on Florida I Wakneld at 12.00 per thousand ,
and it war Instructors Busy I A. I. King, Kissimmee Flu The Great Day is Comi
y seems hardly 'necessary to urge the voters to slaughter the measure |I 45-tf .
,1;, with all relentlessness. That Florida all parts of it not now supplied. The Hardin -C(>olidg Club held
needs good roads is indisputable; that roads in every county and another meeting last Tuesday! even- I i FOR quarter-block RALE-Fine, seven residence roomed property

I' t, through every county will help to build good\\ sections is by no one disputed mir members at the present.city hall Names with about thus forty far orange flowers,trees vine.. pecan shrub trees., lire hou.e'l I

;r ; but that those counties that have been too careless and too far behind added to the club brings the, member- woodshed and two spare room. In ,t
Reason for elllnft
rear. propertytoo
progress to take any of the needed steps to construct these inducements to ship up to 106. Mr. Akerman. at the for present owner. Apply
immigration' should receive certain benefits at the expense of progressive request of those present who were IIr'tj'a e. 1-tf I
c counties that have taken upon themselves heavy burdens in the way of not there before gave further instructions FOR SALE-14 acre tract cleared
aa to voting: and John fine lake front near Klsnlmmee, ,
,, taxation is so totally unfair that only those who have some axe to grind McPhatter went through the form! One of prettiest building sites In'' .
or some political string to pull can conscientiously: vote for the enormous of voting just as it will be done at the State: This 1 Is a bargain. J. RMattocka. I "
Mt Dora Fla S7-tf
debt that' is proposed. the polls so that those voting for I' Saturday October 30
'A Would a stockholder in a corporation: vote off hand an the first time would not become con- FOR HALL-One ,Emerson Typewriter .4
model three visible as rood a. new .
for five percent of the entire capital "for improvement of the ranch," with fused. Several good talks were made Apply Valley Qsmrtte. tf t
and much enthusiasm shown ,
'I the expeDditur, .of the fund to be left with the foreman with no specifica- FOR 8ALK-One Bets Electric Wall For This One Day ONLY We "\Are Offering ,
ti was a* to how the money was to be spent and what was intended to be VOTE FOR J. M. HANSELL DEMOCRATIC Plate. Practically new. At a reasonable .''
), bought and installed' Would he not first closely investigate the proposed NOMINEE FOR COUNTY ette price. Apply Valley 7 Oa--U. These Special Bargains: .

measure scrutinize the ways and means by which the improvement was COMMISSIONER DISTRICT No. 2. MISCELLANEOUS.SECOND 25 Lbs. Grits --------- -----------_--___----_--_ ______$1.00
to'be made, and vote that no blanket permission be given that foreman until 25 Lbs.
1 the complete plan of action was laid out. agreed upon and so ordered; Bargains In Real Estate |' HAND <}OOI>8, bought sold I Meal----------------------------------------- 1.00 --tt
and repaired The Casino 44-tr 4 Gallons
Kerosene ______ __ ___ 1.00 -
Vet there are those now favoring this measure of enormous indebtedness Three houses of three rooms each I ------- -- ---- ,

7 who haven't the slightest idea as to how the money is to be spent what on lot 104x147 feet West end. of i j WANTED. 10 Lbs. Best Rice ----,..____----_--________-- -- ___--_ .00

roads shall be built with the money how the distribution is to be prorated. Lake street. With artesian well. FARMERS-Send today for a !/2 bushel Potatoes -------------- ----______ ______ __ 1.00' (, -
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how much of it will be used in salaries and how much for Price $1250.Splendid sample copy of the Florida .. rr..1 --
paying high 7 Lbs.
ac- garden with artesian and Stockman published at Granulated Sugar ----- -------_--_ ______ 1.00
tual work what sort of bill be railroaded the '' sonville Tells about livestock r. Uh
through legislature
KI may or well; on block facing on three' lnc, dalrvtnr. poultry citrus 12 Lbs Gold Medal Flour.y2 .___ _
- ___ ______ too
; of the hundreds of vital -- -- ---- --
the with five
f any points regarding iuue. streets; size 258x300 feet, | and trucking" weekly nt $1110 r wr
The cry upon the part of some seems to be: "Get the i issue through; houses of three rooms each. Price I venr-three and years for f2 (>fl. Onlllvent > I Lbs. Bacon -.:---- ---- - ---_ _- - ---_ ___--_ _____ 1.00

we need the money;' and there'll be no difficulty in spending ill"? $2000. J. M Willson Owner. 46-4t !i _the>ck state_ Write general today farming[ paperIn .1 8 cans Tomatoes ----- -- --- --.:: - __ ___ _--__-- -- ____ __ 1.00 .}

1, ? By all means vote against the state bond issue next Tuesday. VOTE FOR J. M. HANSELL, DEMOCRATIC WVNTBM!' fJIrlH to take -Nu..." BtrnlninK 10 Lbs. Navy Beans -------- --- ----__--___ ____--____--_ 1.00
NOMINE.E; FOR COUNTY' I.nl"anol.at Morrell Klorhlu M'tnorlnl Call Hospital In __ __ v 'j, .
WHY BOOST LOUISIANA?, DISTRICT No. peiKon nt th' huHpititl to !r>"rn partlculam -
\ COMMISSIONER z.1 .. Mertu Slverd J H N Suns OTHER GOODS IN .PROPORTION FOR .

:; -SOME of the state papers are publishing extensive articles regarding 46 __ STRICTLY CASH SALES I
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vt A the richness" of the alluvial deposits to be found along the Lower Mississippi Classified AdvertisementsFOR WANTED--rndv In the City;I of or KlfKlnimi,
fi, .,Apparently advocating that locality as a. spot offering special inducement kins Famous Bill Produoti"Pronts, Known Write J"lerwhere ISr-R CUT PRICE CASH '1.t '
to the farmer and grower. Can it be that those papers are unaware SALE Walking Co 57 M< mphls, Tinri GROCERY .
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f of the fact that no richer spot agriculturally speaking can be found within RACiNE Guarsnl.ed Ho..l lrv for Mn -45-.2I.x PHONE 141 422 BROADWAY >11::
y + *- the United States than lies in the magnificent/ area known as "Th Ever-I Women and Chllilren Coll at 111 FOR RENT Out of Town Order Given
, Prompt
Mill or telephone 120 Mrs IJ I. Attention
;1:Jll.iGes", surrounding, Lake Okeechobee in this state? I iron a..nl 43 4t FOR RRNT-Larite cool bed rooms QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS \ '

fcV, 'Its...: 'well. to always speak of all sections of the United States in words FOR SALmWorkhore... and few'j a light garage housekeeping at 822. Church apartment 8t 85-tf snd i r:
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There is, a lure to the Bargains' we are 'to place before. the, public


I :i : : on Saturday. Inspect all offerings elsewhere, hear the music on .. '( ,.



il the streets,- be happy as you may-then' BUy'of us according t to these aWE

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,ARE CLOSING UP THE. MONTH WITH THE VERY BEST BARGAINS OF THE SEASON
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I '. $1.25 Men's Knox Knit Silk Hose-r; : ..________________ 1.00 1 lot Men's Drew Skirts, with collar, sizes !4J/! '_ to I 17____ 1.00 Men's Blue Work Shirts ________________.._'_.._ ___..-----$1.00

I Dozen lOc ruled and unruled Tablets________________. 1.00 3, 40c Pillow Case's' for .1__.._________________________ 1.00 12 cakes Palm Olive Soap _____.:.____---------------_ 1.00

I Dozen lOc packages Envelopes ___,__________.______ 1.00 5 yards Bleached or Unbleached Muslin one yard wide___.. 1.00, $1.25 Women's [jsle. Hose ___..___________':'_______...__ 1.00 ,

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4. NOMINEE FOR COUNTY NOMINEE FOR COUNTY WILL OPEN FOR SERVICEW.

+4 WEATHER_REPORT 4** COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT No. 2. I COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT. No. 2. C. Lyons, who_conducts a high- PHONE 200 I PHONE 12 : ; J

Official Bulletin of daily tern0 Dr. W. L' Winn's offices ere now cla cafe at Massillon, Ohio, accompanied -
perature and precipitations furnished located upstairs over the post of GLADYS RICE SINGS by C. A. Paddick, of the same I
by the Kissimmee Cooperative fice. 36-tf DUET WITH HERSELF city, arrived in Kissimmee this week'' Waters & Carson Grocery Co. ; j jSPECIAL

< U. S. Weather Bureau Mrs. R. F. Hodnctt and son, John, looking for an opening for a dining.I '
4 Station for the week ending < have returned from the mountains Is it possiblefors singer to singa room of something better than tho > !
Thursday, October 28, 1920: of North Carolina, where they spent duet and hear herself? ordinary. An inspection of the opportunity
'Y < several weeks for the benefit of the Can a living voice and the same offered at the Graystone!
Max. M n. Rain latter's health. The many friends of voice re-created on an instrument be convinced these men that nothing i
4 Thursday. 88 70 the family -will be pleased to learn so identical in tone quality that they better could be' found in all Central' ,
4 Friday 88 74 that the trip proved highly benefi cannot be distinguished, one from Florida, and arrangements have been I< I. L
< Saturday... 87 73 4 the other? I I perfected for the lease. I -
4 Sunday_ 88 75 cial.VOTE FOR J. M. HANSELL DEMOCRATIC Has science achieved a triumph "We couldn't ask for anything het- .. II',.
that marks the dawn of than "
4 Monday 89 74 a new dayin ter this place, said Mr.
Tuesday_ 89 73 NOMINEE FOR COUNTY the art of music. Lyons, "and we are convinced that I
4. Wednesday 85 73 COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT No. 2. These are some of the questions- we shall do a good business here. | ;
4 4 questions in which every person of Our desire is to please the people | '.1
+ 4. 4. 4 44 444 4 4. 4 The next regular meeting of the culture must take a deep interest and we know that this dining-room ;iI ONE DOLLAR WILL BUY THIS ASSORTMENT
city council will occur on the coming!: that will be answered rft the recital I will be a feature that will attract j II .
TUf'"dayeninlC.' As this will be the to be given at the Casino on Tuesday not only the home people but will i Saturday Dollar Day .ti
i I evening of the national election! I[ITEMS OF A WEEK } it is highly probable that an early Invitations- to this .affair, at which inspected the hotel as .a rooming : '
adjournment will be made at that I I'
Gladys Rice, the celebrated American proposition, and we have found everything -
time until the following evening. It soprano, will sing!:, are being about the place as neat and i I large cake Octagon Soap______________________ lOc "

A home dinner at Jack's Cafe. has not there been definitely statedwhether sent to the musicians nnd lovers of 'nice and attractive as one might I I P. & G. Naptha Soap________________________ lOc "I"
will be appointed at music in this city. The appearancehere ''wish. We expect to be open for :!:
J. K. IIilinr] l was a business visitor that time a successor to George; W of :Miss Rice, of course, would business within ten days, and the announcement t. I package Argo Starch __ ,_______________,._____ lOc ,

to the city yesterday.H. Fox who recently] resigned from the l 10 e sufficient to arouse the enthusiasm will be made in the next ,| ::f: 6 rolls B. W. Toilet Paper______________:._______ 30e "
K. Overstreet, of the Point, motor city council. of music-lovers, but the fast issue of The Gazette. We are both
d to town yesterday.Ccme i The Gazette; office( has a mimlw-! that she will lend her superb voice to men used to catering to the public. I, ::: I Toilet Paper Hanger _____nn__._________ 25c ,I

to Jack's Cafe for a 1-:0'.1) l-unchcs of old' papers, neatly tied up. t the ]laudable work of revealing con- and we are going to make a I specialty; I >wi Tall Pink! Salmon _____--________--___--__ 30c .
dinner. which will be sold at 15c the bunch CIUSiVCIthat the marvelous achieve < of catering! to affairs of a social nature -| I ""J
Call for t them soon. tf mont of the re-creation of musical] in addition to the regular!: service i : I 20-ounce package Crushed Oats _nnn_____ 15c '\1

B. C., wns:Miller in, the of city thc yesterday.Citrus Exchange i VOTE FOR J. M. HANSELL, DEMOCRATIC '
I i i.t your property with :Miss, .Je-- NOMINEE FOR COUNTY In the coming recital Miss, Rice GiJaystone durircg the present --- II
He. 1 Kly. Office over the po.toffice. COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT No. 2.p. will sing in conlpiirison with her | son" Ke"-I I .___--____--___--__________.$1.45 ',Jf
-IIi.( It. voice re-created 1 the "New Edison The I ;
R. lirown. after bripf'i..it' as by premises are now being generally -I ::
, Manager C. C. Jordan i is, making a ," to enable! those in the audience overhauled] and put in shape, I
nun "rous change! and improvements )in with the hiv week wife for and his children headquarters, left early in to; judge whether or not the living and as soon as some minor details I ;:: This assortment all day _.Saturday, "Dollar Day. for $1.00. !

en the exterior of the ('u ina.You'll Atlanta, from which point he curc'for vrecan be made t to live forever. A.uperb have been arranged!: thc official 3: Leave orders for' your Thanksgiving and Christmas Stone's ,
program has been arrangeda : I ening will be announced.S. al'j I
he hungry on Dollar Day. the Florida] from th
i sttipmerits th" Cakes. They better than We have them in tock at
reveal all
--- program thnt will --- - + are ever. pres 1
Try Jack's Cafe, roadway.w. Cudahy Packing Company. in thi I B. of Narcoossce. in \
Story, was
fascinating qualities of the glorioulice '-
'. R. flodwin.; of St t Cloud. Osce- "mined meat ,Ippurtm nt. 1\1..1 ". ;! of the 'young soprano. At the city yesterday on business. j ::: ent. Book your order now and be sure of getting the best FruitCake I I Iof
ala' next representative in the leg- i Blown furnishes, with much fkil1" ,limes her living voice will /be heard i ii I : made. All sues. What size shall we reserve for you ;> Phone' -,
ili! ur. was in 1he city yesterday. 'and ability the music for the Casino I' .r
L'moving don: at I times she will shig in unison i : us before it is too I late.
picture pn."t'ntatian.-hoth .'
\V. Winterton. who operates an up- with her re-crentcd voice; at :;
to-<)'itc chicken farm east of the city,I for mutinies and fur the regular] evening times she will sing duets with her- T. L. COMERSt. ::
wft transacting business, hll"e yesterdny. -' / performances' and is making .(.Jf. The audience will try to pick .
| t hi.wr/ permanent home. Waters & Carson Co.
the two golden] threads of tone apartto Cloud FloridaCANDIDA Grocery
, A'' '.< \nfle !Helen IV-iIew has resigned VOTE FOR J. M. HANSELL. DEMOCRATIC say which one lives for the moment ,
!: her position with the telephone NOMINEE! FOR COUNTY and which one has been made I
company and<1 accepted a cashier's [,COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT No. I immortal. Can it be done TE FOR SAVE THAT 45c.
1 office at Tarpon Springs.You'll Cards of admittance may be secured I
not he hungry when \ Mrs. Belle Hornsby, daughter from Central Drug Store if i PHONE 200 PHONE 12
leave Jack's Cafe on DollarDay.you. Miss Marion, and son Tom. arrived you wish to hear this question ans- County Judge .

Located on Broadway. I' home Friday night fom Philadelphia wered. .ooooo.oO..OO.O ++ + 444+++++. 44++44. .44+..44+ +4 4
where they .
spent the summer j
The Gazette office has a number ofbunches and are occupying their cottage in The only profession that women Vote for' the Best Man I -
of old papers, neatly tied UD.which Cape Breeze addition. They were cannot practice. in Delaware is'that I A Sioux City, Iowa, goat was sold The king of'Siam has'ordered several .
, will be ,sold at 15c< the, bunch. accompanied home by Mrs. K. R of law. Regardless of Party for $750. That wa; the owner's I I canals to be filled in to make "jl
Call for .them tf
soon.
1 Conard and two aughtersThe] Misses rock-ba-a-tom price. roads for his motor cars.
\, 0 Harmon StefTe, an old-tirfie resident Lydia and Elizabeth. Mrs. Con VOTE FOR J. M. HANSELL, DEM- ,
,I"" .' '. of 'this rity. now of Winter ard and Miss Elizabeth are staying OCRATICNOMINEE FOR. COUNTY
Haven, spent Wednt'8day' and --'yester with Mrs. Hornsby. for the winter. OCOOOOOOOOOOO OO++++++OOOO+OOOO'O'++ +++>OOOO OOO.OOOOOO+OO.OOO..OOO.OO.4 b.t *
day in town on business. while Miss' Lydia has entered the COMMISSIONER; DISTRICT NO. 2.

Charles) N. Paver of Cincinnati Cathedral school! 1 at Orlando. .
A wood-boring beetle in Californiahas
returning this week to spend thewinter. Wild elk are being cared for by '" t
of
hundreds telephones out <
,.. The Pavers are located at the I state of Wisconsin in an enHenvor put 'It.
I of commission by boring through the ;"
220 Beaumont avenue.WINCHESTER to cultivate them for their .
telephone cables.PERTAINING
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food and fur.
SHELLS. ALL .
GUAGES AND LOADS. $1.00 per The classified columns of The Gazette TO CHURCHES .
) box. One day only, "Dollar Day," at give!: splendid service for small -
MAKINSON'S. matters. No doubt you have something First Baptist ChurchRev. ..1'y'
J. F. O'Berry has been upending !: to sell that someone else wants I I
S few dAYs H Kissimmee this week Try a classified in The Gazette. tf O. B. Falls, Pastor. i SQUARE YOURSELF <
hakinc hands with his many friends. Don't cuss, nor say it can't be done
Mr. O'Berry is now located in Ala- if that repaired tire didn't hold. I 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. SamL. .
ehua county not far fronf- Gaines- have built them for years. Simply Lupfer, superintendent. Graded -
ville. hring your next repair job to The classes and competent teachers for With your Dollar by making it worth 100 Cents. -_-_ -_- _-n-n-Mi-Ba-i_ _ _
Miss Jessie Ely, who has arrived 'Broadway Tire Hospital, with t>ixie all ages. |
from Illinois to make her permanent Service Station. 46-3t. 11:00: a. m.-Preaching. Subject: You can only do it by spending your money at "t'
residence in Kissimmee, has openeda VOTE FOR J. M. HANSELL, DEM. "What Jesus Says About Heaven." .ai'
office in the above 7:30 p. m.-Preaching. Subject:
realty rooms
the postofflce. OCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY "The Way to Heaven." | A CASH STORE : '

The classified columns of The Ga- COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT No. 2. You are cordially invited to worship \ .. .
in the coolest building in the I
zette service for small
give splendid
city where the warmest welcome
matters. No doubt have ,
f you some
thing to sell that someone else wants. Casino Theatre awaits you. I i I Dollar Day Doings Saturday October 30 .
Try a classified In The Gazette tf Christian Church tONE

Mach Brothers have just unloaded WEEK OF NOVEMBER 1 T I
a carload of Nash automobiles of ,
varieties NIGHT Rev. W. H. Coleman, Pastor. DAY ONLY TAYLOR'S ONE DAY ONLY **,
several -including touring MATINEE 4 P. M. 7:15: c*,
curs and sport modela--and are now '
October 31. .
I 1, Sunday, *.
filling orders. Monday, November 1 __ 11 ::00 'a. m.-Sermon by the pastor. Ji,
J. B. McDonald formerly of Stu- "THE PURPLE CIPHER" Subject:" "The Story of Damon and .

art but at present of Moore Haven, "The Parple Cipher" starring Earl Pythias Applied." 7 Lbs. Granulated Sugar .'_____________$1.00 3 cans 2YZ! Cala. Table Peaches_________ 1.00 I i
was in the city yesterday enroute to 7:30: m.-Services by the pastor.
Winter Park. Mr. McDonald has Williams. 15th episode of the "Sil There: p."Five Points of Apparent 1 11 1 Lbs. Fancy Whole Rice ______________ 1.00 3 Lbs. Arbuckles Coffee _______________. 1.00 if,

been acting as secretary to the ent Avenger" Disagreement on Church Union." 12 Lbs. Pillsbury Flour ________________ 1.00 5 Lbs. Taylor's Pure Coffee ------------ 1.00 .
Board of Trade at Moore Haven.J. A welcome for all. I
B. Hale, of Omaha, Illinois, onef Tuesday,"November 2 .25 Lbs. Bugless Grits ___.:.n. ____________ 1.00 6 Lbs. Good Green Coffee -------------- 1.00 .r

the most enthusiastic of fishermen "Human Desire starring. Anita Stewart. What I Owe My Minister 25 Lbs. Clean White Meal ______________ 1.00 I Gallon Crystal Karo Syrup ___________ 1.00 '

returned last Saturday to spend Also a Pathe News showing the Attention. I owe my minister the I Gallon Dunbar Syrup ____________.... 1.00 5 Lbs. Compound Lard ---------------- 1.00 -,,
the winter. Mr. Hale is evidently first of the Base Ball world of attention when I to
out for the prize to be given by the I series.picture courtesy church that he may not be annoyed go 9 cans No. 2 Tomatoes ________________ 1.00 25 Lbs. Chicken Scratch _______________ 1.00 ..

Oceola Hardware Company for the and troubled by seeing from my .6 cans 20c Corn _________:..' _________ 1.00 7 Pkgs. Oatmeal -____________________ 1.00 1
"big fish" of the season. Wednesday November 3
The Gazette office has a number of "Dead Line" starring, George Walsh. careless is not holding, inattentive my interval.actions that he 9 cans No. 3 Pumpkin ________________ 1.00 7 Pkgs. Corn Flakes __________________ 1.00 ,' ./ .<, '

benches of old pacers neatly tied up, Also of Charity. I owe it to my ministerto 12 cakes Octagon Soap ______:_____n__ 1.00 7 Pkgs. Puffed Wheat _________________ 1.00 >,
those little
which will be sold .at 15c the bunch one nigger come-
Call for them soon. tf dies. ** personal overlook peculiarity any trival that flaw is or merelya little 15 can Small Milk ____?_'.___u______ 1-00 I 13 cakes Oval Pearl Soap _____________- 1.00 A.,

A pretty little scarfoin was' found Thursday, November .4 mannerism of speech or action, andin 28 Lbs. Best Irish Potatoes ___uuuu_ 1.00 7 cans Tall Milk _____________________ 1.00 ,
yesterday! and brought to this office I no way hinder his work.
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by one of the attractive clerks in theL. "The Dark Lantern, starring Alice Gratitude. I owe it to my minis-
V. Story establishment. The owner Brady in her latest Realart Picture. ter to remember gratefully the many "WE SELL IT FOR CASH J' :

may have the I same without coat, Also a Pathe News showing the big times he has helped me hear some .. 1.1S j jDAe
-if a call is made at the office of < trial and the precious out pouringof WE SELL IT FOR LESS"
The Gazette. | Navy dirigible C-6 smashing into high his I sympathy that strengthened
mountain injuring four of its and helped me when some loved one '
Max B. Harlin, of Bawling Green. top.
)I' ent ."l) the Valley of the Shadow. 'UI
Kentucky, arrived last week and passengers. r Taylor System .
has rented a cottage at 405 M..h-- Financial Support. I owe my minister .
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November 5
bette street, for the winter. Mr. Friday my portion of his salaryyoa u
"Y No" Norma TaI l promptly end cheerfully, that herTnwir '
Harljn. returned home after soend- -'s or starring ; CITY"
ing a few days here, but expects to madge. Her latest First National lot be indered in his work by finan- I KISSIMMEE : HAINES ./ 'I I
come down later for a longer stay. I ITVe cial worry. '
release. Also V. in -
I a Big Comedy RemembeHnig the nobility of the -
"lqssifid i"oluims of The Ga- two reels. Christ-like men who have ministered .
zette give splendid service for sm"r I i unto me, J feel that my debt to them .' . t'
tiers. No doubt you have something !, Saturday, November 6 'an never bl! fully paid. It is too i
4 to sell that so-eon" 1. vt: 1 "TEXAN"starring the old-timer TOM great.-The, Frontier Christian. .
; -Try a classified in The Gazette. tf MIX. Also Monkey Comedy in I
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; 'VOTE FOR J. M. HANSELL, DEMOCRATIC reels. VOTE FOR J. M. HANSELL, DEM- f-,
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OCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY
1 NOMINEE FOR COUNTY !it - -

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}I FOR.COlDSAN.n I T STATE' ,FAIR, J." SCHNARR & CO.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA ...

FLU Visit BIB Expositor This Year ant .

Specialists in Sprays Sprayers and Spraying;
t See What Florida, Is Doing In De ,

New,Elixir, .Called Aspiron. .
yelopln-,, Thll, Important Factor of
al, Medicated With Latest Manufacturers

| Scientific Remedies, Used
Substantial increase SPRAY FORMULA
Endorsed European .- SCHNARRS
and by '
in number of dairy cows in Florldl

and American Army since the first State Fair will be strik for WHITE FLY and SCALE INSECTS ,

Surgeons to Cut Short a I I Ingly Illustrated at the big cxponllloi
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In this city. November 18 to 27. To avoid substitutes sew that
Cold and Prevent Compli
The fair management has set asld SCBHAJtXS appears on every Barrel A

cations. a separate building for the exclusive
-- Sd use of the dairy cow and the Indications Order direct or from our Winter l Haxc-n Branth, or through. any

Every Druggist in U. S. Instructed are that the huge structure wit of the follovung: '

to Refund Price be crowded to capacity. Fort Myers Warehoase Fbrt Myers Gulf Fertilizer Co.. Tampa
While You Wait at Counter If you want to know what Florida" Ii ,

if Belief Does Not Come S1 doing In the dairy business, do no' E. O. rainier Fertilizer Co., Jacksonville

this exhibit when at the stau
Within. Two Minutes. overlook Or through; a.terlatiell1. affiliated with the Florida! (Citni Exrhangr, lommrrrial -

---- fair.Four years ago Florida was not considered kiirnyrrsund ...rrhanu generally throughout
Delightful Taste, Immediate Dollar DatjIIOV a dairy slate but accomplish Write us for copy of Schnarra Splay Book,

Relief, Quick Warm-Up. ments since that time have placer Scnnarra Sprayer Catalog and Complete Price List '

Florida on the dairy map with bolt -

The, rogation cf. the year in the . . . ..---------- --. -.. . . feet, as a visit to the dairy building Sue PlotrbUlGu Information In regard to
drug had 1' i is Anpironal, the two- will show. control
minute cold and cough reliever, au- THK EYER" N I A O A RA
TOOTH BEST FOOTBALL It la estimated that the number ol Coml..und CITRUS INSECTS T
SolubJ frtilpbur
by the laboratories
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thorilativelv guaranteed
( PROMISED IN TAMPA dairy cows in the state baa Increased AND DISEASES
; tested I approved| and mostenthusiast DEMOCRATIC TICKET SHJRWIN-WIL:
ii'aliv endorsed by the biffhA SATURDAY, NOVEMBER: 6 approximately 600 per cent since tb Dry I Unia S. ,1 hur cheerf.'ly ffen'

author.. "(:H, anti proclaimed] by nel..ws\ publlphtd a list of 1hIn .' Initial state fair. This essential ant
the cemmni people, an ten times as .rum.tatle ncimlm to In. vgt teil fur Tampa October 28.-While Florida ] Important Industry Is keeping pact -

quirk and tflectne aa whisker, ro<-k 'In lh nrniiiKnl- tienonil"O(.loctlon ln..whnt :November'in the eon I.2..r'if had its troubles beating Southern I with the tick eradication work and .it.
and rye. or any other cold) \ and rough 112(1( thi' rik'Uhii, ballet, for College supporters who saw the that following completion
bullet mi is predicted
.1 <-<-: : ":": >C<>OoI
lime (' tried. .... Ih" n Will 1 I" I fed that Coach
nom..III"1 \ \l'r pl.l Hllll lltl.ll tl -tHM (fame Kline's !squad work. Florida will rapid]
the lick
All duitf *on" BrA nnv >, ;>]>lied lhlrtn uni H, and' Beral: for rn1 n .or I will put up a much better showingagainst of
: :. foremost
vol. of the
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oi.ler Hi
ofn.eK 1" the front as one I
I wilh the woiiiicrf:1 n.' \ elixir, BI" all tinntlH r 11, ratlr, noniiiif'H. H \\111'' the Tulane] Medicos hI'ie on I forge to
the nioc
you have :Iu 1 I. U ,'d t rid t'f h.t cold< 1.for. IM..HKII.\ In null a .tuna inn k Saturday No\eml B--and especiullv : dairy cattle states of the Union Osceola County

). lo Men. into 1)1) in*:IM"P: Bruit) 8'orp, In front, of. tin. manes .IM, below .It artthey pleased with I the I So much importance Is attached tl' I .

bnn< 'he n "ii half a dillr: for a boltlc) ,IH, UlltlWflll.,.1'.I I'., II'l ttllV lull" ) a with ll"t I \Cf all. uIIl.N N h.n showing/ the J.itor line made under the development of the- daily Industry I

y of ".n.liua'' ( : nil 1 1 1. 'I 1 I. ni to H <. van votlnu 0".i :1 'III'.n t In i. f".... ,ill) Mh4w....ldf1nn111.n, .. '' the uss.iults, of Southein's funnel In Florida that last year at the risk''' Tax Notice '

t.ii' 'ei. ,""fIn", I.'. With four 1".pnnn." : ; ,Ill 'IIIK." 1 h''I'h III III". I'lllll I Vand\ mid West Virginia stars HitrIlealcv ', barred from returning tc : .
Ias, VTi"i, 1X1' h ...II.( . III.), | \\ III 'I.' "" 1" H'\' of being
ftiN or water a:1. 1 \ 'nirfetitili
( in / told toultjn't] ,pellet it lit nil '' .
to In- liecuime of the stat
an ilium' an slate-
liliinK hIII.eN their own
p alunr hiiii/ !, take the .diink' fin I Mioulil| von ilisli.\ t""t-. foiunon. ., and, Midi u defense made the lilac of j'
"at on. Hillon' sod,I < tU for \'o"r'l11oll\' I' "h'1Mr. '"soon ,is not on tn<. Ltl- and Co"1! '' I fans enthuse, ev..nhall' law prohibiting the entry caHJe J'
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bal'k.1I1 I\\n III'.I'H' I if von nmot: t lot. w i'inIII... u,,um. In lb.blan'' .i tho I lorida, 1a batkfield was fuinlilinir' from a tick urea-the famous dairY'hprd
XI ll ; I
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feel our ro'l.i.I f i I'1 LII_ ,,\\ :'.\ liki n dri.'mil I "I"f.of"| I Ill |It|Hllll 1'10.I llllU Ii.lllot II IOKH, Is I th awn, 111 II' and I1Ih'I inghnnces/ : "If 1 ulani] from Frt 1 ,ill-ric k's (Hall of Frederi t I

d' within the la'i i "11. nnii*. linn 't lit lJ1hh. \ .111, ole. Id., moo III,in' ,I In. ,M. MIIII'' 'I (an't -" on. over that line, th.ev can't ,l fill for all ,iliuggii's' / ;invite MII. mid! III.Mll" I If'. 0" 'I" '",' ''. heat us," said one 'Gator fan and exhibition at the stale fair .
noill.li.. ) tln' .... \.1 for will I la "" r"1 ( for
expert you tot trv it. 1'eryhody's; ilo- .1 that.PI'ms to be it. tax hooks of Osceola) County t 'i11 he
tag thi'dix, too /He ,is ,developing o'i(' from an educational viewpoint \
r ""h..n"r c'''M or cough H reKeod t'nr PrrkttntIIt J.:1..t..r: (if tinjrieatest defensive, team.IInrldu ,- link purely I
,

N I t"tike""Mi'Ir" i wife,Tiikiml.r,:' and) cif balne the' ,''H.bottlehome for : \'.14 M f..I..ii tin NI,'x. 1usIIi, ,,,I.I-.-> --yN I I'ulane; has)looked had mighty good S.itui good us It 1 desired dairy I cattle lo show looked Flurdiui.8what' like I i ope'n f lor( collection of State and, County :

Ai-l'iroiuil i" by fnr the safest and most I !I' \\. I'..". day (Oil' :\lis louldn't hold the Meduos and. to lijnonstrate the possibility. of I

efffitiv"< the "am<'ft to take and the -- at nil and they piled up a 'IJ! t 10 accomplishing in Florida what hue taxes for the 1 1')2; ( ) on Nov
: revfllil'' ] cold, and rough remedyfor ."'I'l I: .ton.--I : well in I :: year ,
moM B" 1-1"h: (0 J si'011on I the Mississippi clean) been done III Virgma. as as :

infant. and ebil i
X ,I J'ti;- I sii.iiiuii --- ----- I the way to Ann Arbor I this week to I Florida breeders are principally ember-first. I am now ready to fur-.

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I'o/H.h Yost's : : team,
-J -' Play Mich.gun in Jerseys. GIIPrllseyllol..I..ln.1"r."llIlIs. ,
.; : i: It 1y. IIM ind will come direct to Tampa for specializing
Horn nish
----- / and Short :? estimates of these taxes. In
.. .. tht't Florida game.Theyy .
.
...- I ollyd 1 Inlra .Dnt..r All these liteeds will
lireeils .
P __ Von" fill. ..IK. beat Florida] last year II to milking
X I Iruu. .11 I' Kist. 'h.r :1, but tin- i.itois(; trounced. them the' be on displav In a single", building at. :4: writing for same please furnish co.m-
tthnulrI.t. I time ht,'forl' that in aeli of mud 1 11 1 the fair Ibis >'.enr If you are interested I .
In 1 unarrNN
For ItrPreernlallr 7 and the Florida bum, dalr business, it will be
10 say in the

\1111, vVol. f"i\'., J'nuN R. ,uIN they're. going( ,light buck at it thiiar worth your time nnd mone>' to mnkea I | plete legal I description of your prop- :..

\ tourney to the exposition solely for'' .. 4
For. 1:.'.rD..r Anyway', it's /going: / to be the Florida '- of Feeing what Florida Is and
\'I fur .Ill''' . gIld classic, Fans from all putts, the purpose | arts enclose stamped) envelope)
developng! this industry i
X'.. I''or' \ Ila"I.. -- if the st.-te are preparing to be in doing In :
-.. .' Tampa 1 for I the and a lager It will, be an e'e-OIJ"oer.
.' For ..r..r' of Ntelr game for reply. A discount of :2 cent
r ri :f. per
for inn' rowel than the ,000( ) that saw the
X II c'lav c'rnwfdMlKor (Georgia g.lnie ]last is expette l I

f -- -- -for nor'ltorn, "-y i.rnrrmlVit - - here /on Saturday November year 6. I I heal A wounds dear colorless, cuts, sores liquid and l that Rails will is t will be allowed 1 on all taxes paidduring

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X Illvers H HufurdMar To remove bilious impurities in the the latest and best production ofmedical I '
/'omptruller. system and be made internally clean I science.:, Ask for Liquid the month of November.

and ,healthy, need the fine tonic Boro/one, it is a marvel in flesh-
Vote for one t you
AN IMPORTANT LETTER t
X Ernest. Amos and laxative properties of Herbine.It I healing) remedies. Price 30c, 60 and '
$1.20, Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy.To = c. L. BANDY
s COLUMBUS GA.D eto. Pierce'aGolden Foe "<... Tre.N.rerVote acts quickly and thoroughly. Price ; 42.Bt ,
I
Medical Discovery is cer- for one 60c Sold by Robenon'a pharmacy.* J I :
' v stop street cars at railroad i N
X J. C. I.unlnu '
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tainly a grand medicine for stomach ** crossings of drawbridges should a I I Collector.

trouble '.1 have suffered greatly for State $.{........I..d......tlo... of I'Bbllv Women of Florida to motorman ignore a signals! an inventor '' t

all my life wi disordered stomach. Vote for one. has designed a spring bumper to
i My food seemed to set so heavy, X W N. SheatiiKor Show AchievementsAt be .raiser, level with their front sill.. H H+O O 0 0 Ho CI OHoQ O l ** *#'OH**4M-> 4->

what I I have taken I .u _ -
no matter ate. ...
< nMml li>Brr of AlcrlriiKurrVcite
many of the medicines advertisedfor for one, the State Fair. I =
this trouble but none of them has X \'! A McRae -f

ever come up to 'Golden Medical For J....lM- of the gnprn t unrt t

Discovery' for' giving prompt and I Vote for two Woman' Handiwork Accorded Unusual
ik relief. Whenever I have X XX' H. Ellis
lasting a Recognition and Important
Nevei' airi"on
sluggish liver with sickheadacheand ''X Theoma"V..t Place
I have found that .
constipation .
For ItKllruvd ('omnnl....loiirr .
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are avery Vote for one .
efficient remedy. They do not X A. R Well Jack"onTIlle.-Feellne that the FlorIda

f gripe or cause any other distressing For ,Klatr "...t..r. IIU h 'I..t..rl.1!' State Fair to be held here this 'the movie 'st1.nJs 1
d a condition such as a great many pills UUIrlrtVote year Nov. 1827. belongs aa much to

}, do.-Mns. LAURA KIMBROUGH, 3503Earlene.Avenue. X MO for one Ovemtreet, the women of Florida aa to the men,

. the management baa given to the wom-
I !P Few families have not at some For Mrmhrr of llonKr. of RrfrrmrmtmVot en a conspicuous place for the display

, : time or other used this Golden Vote for one of thtlr bandlwork with the needle O I WATCHED a PT. AND THEN. It spilled./
.
Medical Discovery .Over X W n OodwlnKor and In the culinary art.
twenty-
IN A movie show LIKE A Roman candle
tSi t- four million bottles have been sold Tonatr JndK The Woman's Bu Idlnns will be . . \

\ in this country. Vote for one.X crammed to overflowing with displaysof ) RIDE THE AND BURNED the rug.
Z. Rasa same plug
':f. Send lOc to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' all kinds Illustrating the activitiesof .
Kor ( l.rk flrrnlt Court the women of the State. AND BURNED my clothe;. }
,f; Hotel in Buffalo N. Y., for trial Vote for one Fancy NINE THOUSAND miles '
. package of the tablets. X J. I. Ovr treetKor work, cooking, canning and all forms a AND EVERYTHING.

if* KkrrlfT of domestic science will be featured.To AND FIRE his six-shooter. .

U r Vote for on*. encourage a large number of * s . 80 I'M convinced.
1 SEEDSSr X IR, Farmer these exhibits: handsome rash prizes ALL AFTERNOON. a
.. and ribbon awards I'LL NEVER get.
are
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announced In
leer Tav A eiiorVote
: Plant Martin's Hy-Test 'Seed fo r for oneX the annual premium list, which Is WITHOUT RELOADINO. ACTOR'S
j.. good results. W. 1. Barber THAT job.
:Y\ Garden & Field seed for Fall Plant now available and will be sent, without .
Kor T.. CollectorVote charge, to any Interested AND THEN, In a close-up. AND.I know
party now.
'of .
Oate-R'e-Lrley-Rape. for one.x . .
Seed upon request. Get the Premium u.i
C. L. Bandy -- .
HE ROLLED a smoke. .
"t' New Crop Turnips, Cabbage, Egg look It over and see If you cannot THAT THE only thing.
.
Ic Plant Beans. Par ('... better
0; Pepper ........tI.. a scarf: bake a better WITH JUST one band. I CAN roll with or. hand.
,'I( Peas, Potatoes! and Onion SetsIwrge.t Vote for one loaf of bread or cake, or put up a better .'
:.;. and oldest established see can of fruit
or myeelt
tried It
AND I
vegetables
than ARE ROLLICKING domlnoa.
:'f house In the State. / .
else At
Fall Seed For Cent ..y. anyone; the worst It will be
Bend for and
: catalog Vote for on*. rood practice and the honor of winning FIRST WITH one hand. AND I'M going to etlck.
' X Joe E. John.ton .
E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. a prize In competition open to TO MYregular smokea.
THEN WITH two.
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'. lacka.svi0. t i t Flertdfc For Mmbr. 9t rIrIO..MVote Board .f < o t7 ( caaa- the world IB not to be lightly consid S *

for eve FOR THEY' a" lIfy.
ered.Whether THEN WITH mouth.
my .
X K: 1... D Ovemtreet or not she has *
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: an exhibit: a ,

f, SLOWDEATH X J. M Han.*l] of her work In this department, every AND THE forty-third triaL see a "cloM-np" of real.
EVER
---. - woman In the State will find much to > contentment Get {
X I H Wetherbee
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: Interest .her and to repay her many STAYED PUT long enough. next; to any Chesterfield smoker,
' X A. F Ba. fold for the time spent In visiting the and watch him register they

X ci..ttln MrClillandKor l State Fair Remember the dates I FOR ME to light. It. 'r.a.tiafIlJ" It's all In the blend ofthose
.-- Nov. 1827. choice Turkish and Domestic
;c "Mrmhrm of Hoard of I'ol.llc. !.. AND I thought I had It. tobaccos-and that's a secret thatnobody
diffi .trnrtloa) -
Aches pains nervousness,
can imitate.
Vot for Ihro', Death Of Former Resident
3 culty in urinating, often mean X 'U C ,HHBBll .
j, serious disorders. The world's -- --- John lin..e.
:N II Hull Hart who some time !
standard for liver . resided in Kissimmee for several
remedy kidney, -. -' -' --- ----
bladder and uric add troubles X-Walter I.anl.T -- years, died at his home on University

y I.'.., JuMIe of the Peace, lot Jnatlee avenue, De Land, on Friday, October
IlUtrlrtVote 22, after en illness! of but a few
GOLDMEDAL ;
for one, months,., The cause! of his death is
X JeBHle l> Kletrimnnn I
given as senility. Interment was

!!Ol Advertise your wants in the Val- made at Oakhill cemetery DeLand. e n

( ey Gazette. ,}if you have property 1 h
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1 l for sale or exchange or rooms for 666 has more imitation than any
bdrlg quick relief and'often ward off rent a small advertisement in our I other Chill and Fever Tonic on the

deadly U..a-oe. Known a. the national lassifled columns will put you in market, but no one wants imitations. CIGARETTES4i4saJ.4esc
1 g-rued,. of Holland for mot than ZOO touch with the people you want to They are dangerous things in the
, All cSnWlta, 10 thr.. m... reach. 43-tf. medicine line.-Adv.

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' ..... r Lkai- Hint housewives D n't burn When a candidate hedges is it fair

hubby's straw hat; enamel it' and I to say his is fixing his political fences :

.*d\ for the Valley Ga..tte.'I use It all a sewing basket. I ? I IM


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Industrial> ,Progress aux.Warzning .

e WHILE THIS STOCK: ..LASTS Graphically ShownAt 1 f'f'I .

Florida State.Fair' FOR.SALEJ!


Varlsd 'Industries of the fttaU-Fea.,I vi M

Special Prices on'Tires tured 'In Thelr" < Relation to i
'I AllrtcolurelackaonT1l1e.Th. ,I
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relief for i : Must Be Removed :k .:

Varied Industries Theumaffc 'aches.HE'S i
-aMaa>.as building at the State Fair hers Nov. r .
18-27, to in reality a paceant of the ( just t used and the Sloan'quick ... ..
Industrial prorrsss of *Florida during comfort had brought smile 7-room house cm.the
6,000 MILE: GUARANTEE STANDARD MADE the past year. j of pleasure to his' face.
"Made in Florida" products will Good for aches resulting southwest corner
predominate, though there) are to ,be from weather exposure
4 30x3 R. D. Clincher_____ ________________ _______$12.40 .seen' also the latest time and laborsaving _. sprains, strains' lam.back, Main and Jake;. t,

30x3/J! N. S. Clincher__ _____________'_____________.__ 17.65 e Ca.1 devices, domestic appliance ;>JJ train overworked without muscles.rukbini.' Pet7CH AU- streets. ...-

li 31x4 N. S. Clincher: _____________________...- -----'24.30 Z .o of all kinds, food products rating high MrtO drugp have IL'
0 In sanitary method of production and
n v 32x3J/2! N 'S. .StraiglU; Side 1 1 21.85 :IS '
------------------- -- --- ... la nutritive value, Manufactured. all SioaL
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00. 32x4 ; -____________=_____\_______. 28.30 c : over the country. Many nationally Apply
fI'I >r-- SO" '33x4 .. ? .. .. 29.45 ::>> known Institutions will be represented : %,
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4 :!: p .. .. .. /0: : u by large and comprehensive dis
1 0 34x4 30.50 .c -
"'1 r- ., ? .. .. -------------------------.J 2 plays. : A. S.. REED
32x42 a u. A visit' to the Varied Industrial "' '
r ; s: ------------- -------- ----- 36.25'o
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g .. ? .. .. 0 Building'will Isinglass Is knownkanten in-
put abreast of the
o s 7v" 33x4234x4! .. 38.85 CI DC you
------------------------- Japan where it is made from
.. .. ., .c times all nee
O G: O ;/'235x42 ?. ____________________________ 40.25 //II&.a: : vii on the new devices and Improvements weed.
=99 : > .. .. .. on old ones playing an important ..... ?
3m ? ____________-u________ 42.25 2 t part In your dally Ufa. : ,
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c 0 37x5" ? _____.______-_______________ 48.25 I ao u There are other sections Including:
= :z: 35x5" ., .. .. .. .. _____._________.______________ 40.75 Ul z: y>>. agriculture counties, cattle, horses, i
s .. .. .. .. o. swine, poultry, boy. and girls' clubs,
36x4%!' ____________________________ 42.80 woman's free acts, aviation, midway i
I and a host of feature some of which I
are sure to please the most criticaL We've Got EmI
We have only a Limited Stock at this price. Above prices I .

quoted, will apply only to stock on hand. l CITRUS FRUITS I .


LUPFER & PRATHER GARAGE I FEATURED AT 'I .

!, STATE FAIR 'I make of used car you desire, ';i, \

. - at right prices, delivered to your ;

To get rid of worms in children I I The (rent who taken "love me and' Rub-My-Tism! 191 a powerful antiseptic Special for Counties Competition Producing Is Inaugurated' Citrus door, without obligation on your ;
give thE'n1Vhite's Cream Vermifuge.The the world of mine" seriously, usually ; it kills. the poison caused from
little RufTeier improves at once ,,, dies in a bachelor's home infected cuts, cures old sores, tetter, FruitJarkaonvllle.One part to buy. We will pay your ex- I'
and soon 1 becomes healthy active and ----- etrc.adv.It of Florida's chief
robust. Price, :35c. Sold by Kobc-r- I Everything that is worthwhile in rewouups. the citrus fruit Industry, Is pense, if you .prefer, to inspect and I j "
non's Pharmacy ** I your habits is always placed under has been found that productioncan to be given a large place In the Flor-
-- -- the head of inheritance by your he Sncrcam-d by the eliminationI ida Slate Fair harp Nov..t8-27. buy a car at our establishment. 'f.
I Subscribe for the Valley Gazette friends. I noises in .a factory Fine, Individual f premiums are offerrd. ,
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and ID addition, the counties are /t' ":
e.er.ged to demonstrate '
: their cliriiH
Write Uf Today for Full Parti'culpr : ti tiI
res""c.c. : ,In a special bortlcul-
No sir-ee bob lur.il ompctlllon. I. 'I 1(0 F FI
I'l '
II This encouragement Is expected: to
prod me the finest atweinbluge; of citrus -
t 1 No premiums. with Irult ever llsfif.iyod at any allow ,i.
It will he such u showing liB will sur .
\ Camels-all quality prim even ,Floridians, who have
thought themselves familiar with the -
resource!* of their native state. What
then will be the feeling of the thousands ;
-
'CAMELS quality plus Camels ex- | of victors from out of the State L Phone : ,:

of choice Turkish and who view for the first time, perhaps, i,
anything like exhibition
complete
a
choice Domestic tobaccos pass out the of citrus fruits i

most wonderful cigarette smoke you j While remarkable citrus displays'
were made by Florida counties in
e 0 ever drew into your mouth Everybody Who
0 4 I 1919. this year's will far eclipse anything
I of like nature that has ever
And, the way to prove that I been shown before in the State. I
" f statement is to compare Camels I Other features of the State Fair of j jI
"' Interest will be: livestock section I
t puff-by-puff with any cigarette in 1 poultry, Industrial, Implements, automobile
the world woman's work, educational, ;
free acts, aviation, etc.
Camels have a mild mellowness that

i is as new to you as it is delightful. Farm Implements Show -

Yet, that desirable "body" is all therel! Features At State Fair.'

They are ,always refreshing-thej?) "f ,
Models Farm
Latest of Machinery ofall
never tire your taste. Kinds on Display ..

Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty Jacksonville.-display of products BattkCroektfkh.'I

aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor! of the soil would be complete In
r Its educational value if unaccoropan
iTURKISff&DOMESTIC] Your say-so about Camels, will be: led. by a showing!: of Implements best .
BLE .
ctowwarvss i adapted to the production of prise-
"My, but that's a great cigarette". winning crops.
Hence the State Fair In Jackson
-,. w ..N ...ryb.I. be --"I1y old vole Nov 18-27. will devote considerable -
,.,. _ ,
peaky. 0l0 ai wW..r or (300
uN__I be 0'l..n..pc.rroOV. d _"Oft. W. space to displays of the very ; t
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_--117-,.... home oroAo* latest models of all sorts of farm machinery 'I
.etppt7 or wh.n- "
Including tractors trucks, :
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. harvesting!: machines adaptable to Florida 1.
Wiortoo-SaUm, N. C, crips tilling machinery and laborsaving 1
devices of various kinds.A . ,
large plot of ground has been pro-:
Tided Tor the actual demonstration of j
these implements so that the visiting and ,
;
farmer may see In actual operation ;
Just how the particular machine. In "
which he is Interested would work on : ;
... his own land These machinery demonstrations eral : : : '
are of the greatest valueto
Florida farmers and it lain the and ; : l
realization of thlsjiacf that the State .
') Fair has provided ample facilities for :
the thorough demonstration of the '
I
II new models. "
.i I i .
I t I The value of being able to comparethe
work of the various types at onetime Made .
and place wUI be readily recog I '
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flied by the man who Is contemplating -":: i1! I ,
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the purchase of a machine, but t Is ,.
undecided! on the type best adapted to
his use. Without a comparative dem-
castration he is working more or less
Florida Citrus in the dark, having: to depend almost
Exchange.I I t tlIT
._ entirely on the Judgment of the salesman
who Is naturally prejudiced.
-ThIs I. another service rendered by ONLY A COLD Y
returns the value of your State Fair-It helps you select
'
crops the equipment.most satisfactory and economical 4 t Nil makT IT Jt .

z i 3e. A cold .. so state atbIrrb .; ,

directly to the growers BEE MEN TAKE come chhro6alac: easil A great 'if,J: ';

PART IN STATE FAIl! Z many diseases may be trac- }" ,:
.
M eel tatarrhal condition "
/ to a )

preventing their dissipation Jacksonville Fins Apiary. -Display A very Proposed fine apla>-) .l-& o r'I I l e. Uaioc of the the muooua organs membranes or pans.PERUNA. r I t,; t iI l iA j;


display will tie one of the attraction
at the Florida State Fair, in this city .1
among speculators Nov. 1827.Visitors.

will have an opportunity 4 I* IEUUMElgUICT IDlED ,, ..
,
see the bees at work (under glass at Just a few dose*'taken In time hare laved thousands from erlo.sslcknesa. "
6 Membenhlp.In the Florida Clues Exchange requlrr .safety first measure), honey In tin For fifty yean Pe-ro-na has been the popolsr family
only. the ability to co-operate.: No initiation Ices., comb and strained beeswax and thi medicine for coughs,colds, catarrh,i--1 and bowel disorders
membership duem. For!}"lormatioocon..ltthe various products for which we havt and all diseases of catarrhs origin. t t +

sunagw of _' ssaocuUon or sub-e seAasge.' ae .Rrg/ A" busy to thank bee.the proverbial Industry of th KEEP IT. IN THE HOUSE iiTablet.

,WTJt to the UniitfM nuaagcr at Tam This aectloa: will be verb InterestIng ei UglaI4 ....Entlt.fin S

. to young!: and old. .


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J THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE, IRIDAT. OCTOBER 29, 1920 ''I I i
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--- .I' OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS 'FORD HEADQUARTERS tit J. W. x xKISSIMMEE'S
>
.' OF THE CITY ..COUNCIL't''h A VERY BUSY SPOT' tOctorl BUCKMASTER!

I met- -I->pent''in'''' 'tlvftnrn . Funeral )
The council regular rnilo Between the time
on.Tuesday. pclolx-r 6, there l.elnPresent. ( the-demonstration* of the Ford' ND' '
i! th-ceji eOaks. 'I H. M. Hrwakef, prtHdfni106rK : r Ineom '
Among ( "" \V\ Pox, H H. Floyd, .A. 8. Oil I son tractor and ,handling tbe ,
beru.. and J. W. Thompmm: member; ing .and outgoing Ford I, P. Tim.' LICENSED CMBALMCR 1. I
of councils;' Lewis U'Hryan clty atturney Mona isa -very busy man-and the '
; J. H. trade I, mnyor, and J, 1Jllbert 't OSTEOPATH ;
: ,; front office and the back shop! are StewartAter
clerk. J. W, Thomimon waeaeused Stor and Chapel,
:; -opportunity ii now 'offered those ; on account or An urgent ..aU. scenes! of rush' and.hurry. Mr. Tim tcIMSIMMlcr." ''' "I.nItJl'\ .
! Minutes nt the previous meetingwere mona had this week a Fordson fin< .. -
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desiring a pleasant home approved report of officer_ -- .
I Uhinp the plowing of the tract 'own BUILDING ,
and. BANK
w..r..nln. <1. and approved th STATE
;. Six Large Room,. Kitchen; Pantry following bill ordered paid: 1 1.Y ed by' federal' authorities-; after LEWIS O'BRYAN, .

H Cndel mayor Halarlm_____________$ JO.Of. I which the Fordson did a splendid lot job ATTORSlY.AT.t.AW" :: Phone No.. -.'
: marshal _ IdOOVm of double discfntt-and the now .:t
Ex- Tyson
!Full Quarter Block in \ f. : : :::::-.-_ 750: : presents a nice appearance. Betides Warni'r UuU.litlJ1' .

J 7. Itobrratrnoitreasurer. _,.__. SS.O that fact, Mr. .Tinimons carrie: .. .. .- 162'r
J It (jllb.irt. clerk anti collector 146.011H of tractors to -- -
cellent Residential Section M Breaker council member 40.0 prospective buyers I
OeoV 'Fox, council member40.0 that locality and shows them what .
H H Floyd,. council member10.0 his machine will do. A couple ol
Where lies a charming lawn A 8 filbert council member___ 40.0 arrived 11 i'' .
t
0 K Tyson suet streets_______ 16.011X'"I carloads of Fords just "
Carrying Live Oaks and Oranges and Pecans graver scavenger __h__ T5.0" keeping the storeroom. in a mostcongested -
I'ermon 1'ouder. scavenger ____ 75.0 state-although the can

1..11..u. .1.15 are goingout, Mr. Timmons say.
Kissimmee: Telephone Company
Rare Chance to Secure a fine Property' ("RrHOIIarmr.' Teleitinne: agent Company_u_____ 12.6Ksslmmer 11.15" about as fast as he can get them in.

Valley,. dinette, tax list & adv 176.11 Only a Cold. Notice.
.1 H illllierl. pay rull I. wk 24S.li License
I J H k Apply'at 301 Main Street Kissimmee J 1 (' (lr'I flim shop work-.-- _____ 1611F Are you ill ? is often" answered"Oh -cold- .
C liryaii mule .feed--------- 186.! it's only a cold as if a
J I. Overmreet locofillntc, __ 1.0 was a matter of little consequence
.1 I. l-liinipn A "u. Iinnlx-r- .t. l.BDKeedlii beginning to learn
Hilw (0.. Hli 111'11.l -H. ___ 35.J' but people are '
--- rr'htht.30.UI that a common cold is a matter 'no' r
--- .1 It (Illb.! -I1; aflvnneod'\
-' A J Mnet ..inoiiKri. surveying to be trifled with that .some of tin

",..M,-" cemetery _ -. _u ,? 14.0<' most serious diseases start with 11 take notice that Occupation
1 |It{ tillltett, HtiiinfiH Ar I4ll|>pllf-tl 2.811 indication Please
\ M Story:: .tritHtm. nf liotnltttlHteeH cold. As soon as the first'
Inter-Ht "n* hlllkhendiMMidn of cold take 'Chamberlain'!"
men __ ._ _'.___ _____ 873.4! a appears Remember that th October
on -
Remedy. and
Coffee Cough due payable
.1 \dnote-l'unM; l'n. <-Ht IniiitfNd.: : cold tlu' Licenses are
rid of
6. imviimnnMt ( 'flna 6372" sooner you get your I
_ .\ J \:IllId.II..h. f.... H -. 21,2 1 less the danger and this remedy will .
.Vnlu AL- I npf.-r .."'Jllln,. .
y" help to throw it off. All operating'vith- .
you first. parties
I li.ilntMtieHlluiiite, Vi a; u 214 -
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Disagrees16e "' .11" I.. l.npfer IIHV cull K I I. 42 f.Viilnrlrn ." --- --
nl l.lulil. I'liint COMES TO KISSIMMEE
\\' \ .Itnnel.. Kiln) tot ,lull lit 17Sn" after that date.are indirect.violation
PLEASED WITH CITY such licenses
I- ltII.s I 114 II":' out
.1 nli. ,tin, 'ItS
"m 1 tiuiin
POSTUM CEREALCoffee Sun IIln'' .nll. i-xll-.l. HIM/-. 3" 'n'"I' 1.. O. Yohn of (Garden City Misniiri. .
. 0)|) IH" and 1 will
I JO I -l IIHH of the Law
.
: -ir.t.,' , ;,M,SM. 'alln 1 Unit-" _ .SIMMl ). urr \ ,.d in this city Monday.nd i
I::"\ ii.\ K :;""" I following} day made a nur-
i : v !I.t: \ 11, IT 'i" hap of :0': live-acre tract on Vine.
> II l..n ,lit, 42''. With Mr. Yohn came/ his be subject to prosecution if said licenses -
drinkers who switch l!II.: i, -.",I.h) nMiMt. '0. Vc-et.
I K !I''.: Ilr'I 1 .lislilri-. i-olli-etiir 7S '" v ft- and two children and to follow
from their accustomed table'drink \II...rnnoen. .u. 'I'I, 1 be a car of furniture and! hoihe'old -

MIMK,, \ ., K J;In!I'i' I P. .1..>still i itluin.MII l 14v 'irI (roods.. For .some years Mr. are not paid curing: the month

almost always turn to I I i' i I:i I 11 I II",. .10..., u nl I U 4 2'H..I..M >"olin has been employed as a telerapher -

Postum, because of its deli- !'I'.(:,:I,i I'.I' "Sniil.,I,4 I u,:', i.i:'ti.h.IIII"i; .l//t.sh.ip::; .':, wink, I i 4'; r."':.. would: be, but far feeling more that comfortable the winters in of Octobers 42-5t" '

lulrl'MI, ,I1. I, lilhg "'""' "",,Y. 4111: '."lorida, and that the summers would
cious coffee-like flavor.There's '":in,.1..11) ri Kllll. Nmiluiliy 2n 41i'ii.ii.i.i ". !I.<. fully as pleasant, the family dis-' BANDY I
i-i.: ftriisnppii:: di 172 irIK. irsed! of their home lit Garden; City C. L. ,
. i.Ill)' fides I'll. Kllp' |>ll.-H 65 (KinMiili Ki"imm.e"ou.1tkd
:'I: A Silinilll: t li-piillH. IK7FIV '''ind, came southward.
harm to health' in , .. both, Mr. ';.
no w IIII. 1 :-:lltt'1' 'n 51l Illtll. s I'I" pood'to them and Collector.
, I
\ M.iklMHoii l'ii. --upon| | 426'; enthusiastic
Mrs. Yohn
like H lilllifil.. f..i r"oJ oil, 1.I3S" nd arc very
Much tastes .I I (
Postum. as .I I K Hill.. II. r.r.Ilh1, ,in. "II] .142I 7'I .aver their prospects for making u
I l I: liillifit., fi-, lulil nil. pump| | 7141in new home in a pleasant locality.
coffeethere is no coffee in it. I' S.Itl Ii e St.ithm:: HiipplliK 42.r. -.- - -- I .
I' yI I".I"' t hoopoe. 4 nrI WILL WELCOME
Boil Postum full fifteen min I I I H'III": I .v.l"i C'': ,11..11.1. 21.iltln \ ORLANDO
a ., XMill: -u""lv:: <'..",1".nv. 2 1"' CONFEDERATE VETERANS

utes and develop that rich i |In-rt\ilntialliin, :linlli; ': r nf ro finiioVIIH. 'repmtK;:;: Kriinliilhe 272 4nA ..

;; you many I
K; iHHlinmi-o I'unci-rl' ,H.-ui'l for lhIIIII Orlando is making pn para- ;
much like.'There's .l ,- TIllH Will lip. plllll III Mlllllthlv I t ions to render the I annual reunionif I
flavor you so "n, .t.illni. tit s. Hi. II i IMt of whiili, will the United (Conf ..d'rut.t.'r..n'4''
,ul. I P. l-l-llllx-l I - --
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I|"a -
\ < .'Ill'u..I./lII.. : ( fnitn. the illy <>ii'HMir ',Wednesday. Thursday, and Fri-
1- \ .1 : lion,1ul h. rt-l.itive tnnilUlKiiil ,lay, November Id. I I1 J. and 1'J:!. aomplete 1 FERTIMZRR COMPANY7ACKSONVILLE
. !? '='. PAINTER
.
referenei
, till.MIH IIU-il fur A complement of
Reason ,, , success.' FLORIDACOMPIETK
a r.+! i i in ill).UII.1,1"\ fromIalant .
: .
,ni'fi-i' 'iimp.iM\, 'llIlmlllll( ; n liienihit ommitlees is now active, ami var
A \ 1.11.10..1.\1.. ..., \\tn: i-i-.r..1 l t... ous organizations of Orlando) are KKHTILIZRHH"
\\-f, for t* 'h. iitnttiiiin. > and/ ftnliulkheail jperating to make the affair one I FERTILIZER MATKHIALB
.
.
IIIIIIP? 11 Ii of SPRAYER
' mode liy (I'at .'.InhliKtiitill.it -I anti welcome! to all members
I1,1 Inn
Tin
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'I POSTUM :: ffi= ::i 'liinl\ h.III) In-ill I, : hiiiii-il nil :/t nut rapidly depleting association, INSBCT(CIDRH1OUtTHT RUPPLIMWrit
+ -=- "irl\.it,, lot. In. i i-iin-ti It, (111,1) jiHklnu
Made byPoatum ;ryeyeeso!; iy thai;. thivKVIIM l Iii lihiinler rifeiril In- ..", n-i In ltd iemiteryniiinilt \\ ltlilni'ii t1111111 An English novelty is a shopping) .far!.<..! PrlM IJ.f. !'..
I' ti-e fni lininidlnttItiv. .-Htlfrnli.n msket mounted on two wheels. ...
, Cereal Company, Inc.. 1 .
y Battle CreekMich.Y-:: =-=..>s- : ./ Tillfi 111 nf pat log ""1.'.. UK ores I
--- /' I.. need 1 \\ .IK II pprnd,
1 Tin111 '" .commit" \\IIH i nipn\%
.>.r..1 tn mll-4<,' ni-i-tli-il. iMnili-H nt ells r ,
ilni-k. old) In, i-xteml tinnlu from t.
t the ennert-te dock to the old 1 pavilion t trot
1lA - ------- - -"- I pnlillr ennveniimeAdjourned ,. I Smokeless and
..
to Thursday. Oct otter. 7.
"BEITERVOTE LOWI"I
i A iljoii. rbe.l M er 11 n tfincil Black PowdersWatsrptroof
lA "HOW WELL I CONGRESSMANAT <*"\ I I nii-t In adjourned' Hennlon miThiirHduy. I
WARNS urtoher. 7, with nil tnemherM. ?
COMING ELECTION"My an well JIM the city nttorneund J'
...11d...) I k. Pt..s'nl. '
of time was ,granted l
An extension
r. YOU! LOOK! advice to you is that of a tho bulkhead' committee in clam I '.I

negro I have heard about, who :was the Mnloney-UQpfer Company .
woods and blacksnake for breach of contract. 4{
in the a .
Working
4 t When Your Blood Rich and Red : trot hold of his toe and wrap : The clerk In was favor authorised of the to MnloneyUupfer entirplwarr.antH 1 ,1 r' slI ",",

People Notice Your Good .Health I pod .itself about his leg. He yelledto Company covering (eRttmi\t c ",

t the boss, who came with a hoe.I'7 and of X, the and water to Issue and j light a warrant collector, litfnvor J

;: PEPTO-MANGAN BUILDS' HEALTH 'Careful there boss,' said the darkey. eoverlnj bill Tor etectrlc Current furnished
'I Pon'tut too high or you'll find the "ald ronipnnIIH. per. poiitrnrt': rs
.Y "hiK( warrant \vjm lH\ied to M ISM.
Pale Face Dull Eyes Drooping nigger!
I Kntherlne 1 lerbvshir- mill woe foiuttK1wum '
"When get ready to >te on' :
Shoulders Result From you of $1.1 HO 44
November 2, I worn you on't'ote After n dl.cueelou, of t lie !Im11tler of
Clotted Blood too high or you'll find the negro.lie's I \UlI log I the lutdy adjourned, tin til Friday -
twoo'clock
K at
irtohet
of all the .s fter n'ion
in politics in spite 1 ,
: If your blood is in bad shape it I republicans teyou\) and he's in because Ailjuurneil meeting
: chows up in your looks and feeling. of the ridiculous notion that II All member. or the 't-nujicil and (If.

II' Wh n your blood is rich with red he thinks he can get more rights flcerir.:were present Ht thin adjournmlmeetwiK

'> corpuscles! your color is better-yo'ur than it is safe for him to have." The eontrnet presented J,v the Adn .

lips are read, eyes wide open and So spoke Honorable Joe Sears of ins-TO vn ns t"om pn. n y. rr'garding theeornpletlnn
I bright good feeling shows in speaking to a large of the paving under theprl'ecnt
;
your Kissimmee contract so far nR material on "
\" your actions. crowd Wednesday evening from the hand. will supply was unanimously.
i Common sense will tell you that if band stand in Fort Pierce. Mr. accepted, nnd the clerk and the pr... 7

IT weak, thin blood makes you look life- Sears reached Fort Pierce from dent I execute of the tK.council same upon were approval authorisedto ol

; less, it lowers your.vitality. If your West Palm Beach as the next stopping the city attorney.The .
vitality is low you have little power point in his tour of the east following resolution was unanimously I )

15ti:t to resist disease germs. Men women coast in the interest of the democrat \ *pdopt'ei.5'hnreas The city.,. now bas. for sale
and children with rich, red blood are ;c -'purty. A large and nethusiantic. certain promissory notes In the soon -
able to fight off the germs. which gathering of citizens heard him, and of $21.24636 payable hi one n"d two irH-- .
bring severe illness. wind that blew year. and bearing Interest' al S percent
in spite of the high from date thereof; and :
i? When you feel run down and weak, from the east Mr. Sears made himself Whereas: Ad"mE-Jo irana and Oompnny. -

with no appetite and no ambition, heard easily.-Fort Pierce News- ,. contractors, have offered the t \- n
take Pepto-Mangan for awhile. It is I Tribune. cllv par value for said notes, with accrued -
Interest thereon from date olnotes
a great blood building tonic. You to date of delivery.nnd.
should begin to feel better within a Whereas: It appears" to he best
f : few days. I Railroad Man Gives Good Interest of the rite then and Its notes tnx-pavers, known.
that
and citizens S
Pcpto-Mangan is put up in both as. Special .I'avInK: Hef und Notes, beSfdd Money-Back Shot-Shells
liquid and tablet form. Take either I Advice at Raid !price

i 1. kind you prefer, because they have Therefore the be enid it Resolved'Adums-Rvann. That nni theoffer IIc."p."y !

z" the same medicinal value. But be under of for said/ 'nolen h.* and (thesame

1 ( sure you get the genuine Pepto-Man "Several ';ears ago stomach I was specialistfor Is hereby nrcepled.There You can get your money back for The Black Shells We make exactly the
"Gude's." The full name, treatment of a below no further business thecouncil
,,1 Gude's Pepto-Mangan" should bet 5 month, 3 weeks of which were I I .r nd Jour nod November to meet In 2. 1920.at regular, if, for any reason at all, you don't like them. Just lame guarantee with R .
TuesdayV
( ) spent in a hospital. Another stom- nesslon the box and we will 1.\:'
of
on the package.-Adv. 7 3O p. m bring back the unused part ,
stones US
-- - nch specialist told I had gall 11 M nRJo1A KEn. PresldintJ. of CARTRIDGES
and that an operation "was H. OII.BKRT, Clerk.Called refund to you, without question, the price the

EXCLUSIVE NEWS IN I 1 did not want to have necellsarY'1 Meeting I whole box. Then i is no 22 Lent '.

THE TAMPA TIMES 45 Ibs. iri weight. of the round
At a called meeting RiBe cartridge a< accurate
..". - hreakman one day he told me ofMa'r's held on >Monda) ,., October II, the resignation The Black: Shells have reached so high a state of
The Tampa Daily Times is the on- and since of Jeorne \\'. Fox RS nh.mh'r at distances from .
Wonderful Remedy and
ly Florida newspaper that publishes taking it I have gained Ifi Ibs. and I president of the ,council mad* was thfollowing accepted necesmnry nnrtthe perfection in waterproofing, in speed, in power, SO to 250 yard ai URi.fle

the David Lawrence political letters. am feeling fine. I am advising oth- changes In cinnttittt:: in uniformity- that we can make this unlimited 22 N. R.A. Long
a This exclusive feature is the stand It is simple harmless J AV Thmmoam4 -I.r the ..
This
TS to try it. a Htre-N : ;; H S. Letmot Cartridge -
by with Times readers, who are kept th..1; bulkhead and guarantee. /
4I with the lineup preparation that removes Plot. member of t"he" bulkhead commit ii SO more yards of ac
S thoroughly conversant "atarrhal mucus from the intestinal ti-e 'a
; .for the big fight between Cox and Trrt and allays the inflamationvhirh I lournment' followed -.BLACK SHELLS uncJrthanhahitheno :+

3' Harding. causes practicall" all stomach, bees jKMiible with 22 I

al With the full day and night reports 'iver; and intestinal ailments includ- VOTERS ARE PRACTICINGON And Black Powders. rim-fire ammunition. \ .l
of The Associated Presn, full 'ng appendicitis. One dose will con- THE PRACTICE BALLOTS Smokeless .;

'q4 membership in the Newspaper Enterprise 'rson, snd 1 druggists everywhere. I I I The Black Shells, if you don't know them. You can Solid bullet-for tar jet
asfiocintion und exclusive\ Try work. Hollowpointbullet
: '. ince or refunded. J. Z. Rob- today at the Chapter
y money All dRY in smokeless or
fI1 kind of shooting
publication rights to the articles of - ._-- Hou" there ii being rnrrieil on get your pet load fur every bullet for imall game.Coit .

come of the bent political wr'ters; inns COLLAR LIMIT STORE I "rrnctic'p votin...." undertho au5.Di.,' *** : powders.. : no more. Aik for (
America The Times i in a highly interesting of which :Mr COMPANY New York/AfeWoctarmCon
PLANS NEW QUARTERS ( the Mof'--s': i'liib UNITED:: STATES CARTRIDGE circular C-9J.
I
for Flori-
newspaper nny i Then
j is pre.ilent.
.T Frtnp
dan. No othidaily: in the state .. Olestc notice hullnt )coma, ; tb" names of : .. in and tat a copy ol Th. U. S. Game' Law Book-FREE.
f"plinth.
\r) will watch the moves and countr- T The I of Dollar In tier Limit fiu-ilities S'uri*, and larger 'he twenty-nine: nropiclontiiil, I t'lcrtors, OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO., Kitoimmee, Fla. W. B.: MAKINSON CO., Kiitimmee, Fla. ,
moves of the presidential campaign all other (rnmltcs! ) I
with Fla. '
its increasinghusinoss together S. Stone Melbourne
M-on Umto carry on Co. Cocoa, Fla. J. ,
.o closely. the vacant rat'onal' !, state and ''Oun'v: rind the S. F. Travis
-" Th Time will be sent anywhere has secured tr. frtup'llm'k Fla. H. M. Sallie Sebastian, Fla.
todav. ur Cocoa
< !r,, in the Stanford & !Mi'li"' wn"\-\ rnrrip'i) on I W. A. Brown
after the
In the state from now until is m".h'l odunitionnl
M/t.i, t'Tee I doors( from its present this nf'enom. Eau Gallic Fla. Gu Thorn Sharps, Fla.
election for $1 K.1 nJov'i I Lawrence nii1) mrtisnn., All women A. E. Mather &: Co. ,
t lo Iti,,', and will within the next (endivs anti .,...
a letter and other fine features the voters ro*"""!.1""" "r "n-irtv iiffilitions. ;- Chas. E. Sand Fort Pierce, Fla. J. E. W. McCullers Vero, Fla. ;
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b"! lo"al..d| there. In meantime "
;' after tbe ..returnsire in. 43xx: < in order to deplete the stock :asmuch urn. fliidlv w'comed! ut the Gifford Trading Co. Gifford, Fla. L. D. Cox, Vero, Fla. '';
the ,
ttir'Min-hon' day
malarial countries the us possible and thereby save fhapter House Vero Fla': .t.'
+ la all pop The "n..titutional NavalStoresMalabar Fla. W. M. Stewart ,
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the president.
is lU-rbme. Pimple find the riouble and expense of removals snya Indian River ;
ular temedy t
it a c4od medicine for purifying the tecial I bargains are being offered in ..1 amendment thc reirnrdini state, for? twenty t the oropon-mil- Terry' Cash &: Carry. Store. Melbourne, Fla. A. J. Byrd Vero, Fla. 1 ldII f'
hnn.i
>* inrt>m ,'..nd wa.dinar off the diRoise. all I line,. Special bargains are being to discussedand I' r
h and these li'.n-s of dollnrs; \ is being
Prlc v'60cSold; by Roberson's 1'har P"srnted for SMurday- ,
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day December, A. D; oth.r> it
wise .the'' alteration of said bll will,, 4
b. taken a. confeaced by said de.
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(AGRICULTURAL POINTERSBY It U further ordered that that this ,
order be published once a week toe,
Four consecutive weeks In The Kt.*
L. H. WIL.BUN COUNTY AUKN' Immee& Valley, t3ass'tt., a newspaper
published in said County and Htat
:WOODt I' have had good ;co-operation fron : This 18th day of October. I no.J. ( .
U OVKHHTRKETYClerk'Circuit:
the growers in obtaining, farm products .- : ', .Court.
for the .county exhibit to ,b H. U. HUMXTCK. '
at the state fat Solicitor for Complainant. 4S-5t,
displayed coming
(Circuit Court Heal) '
in Jacksonville November 18. Litho I11Ii .

good work keep up, ahd we wil\ JVOTK'M<< .,... ""e.1Q
how them just what real count ketROME
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NoJl'! I. hereby given that undet'and
can produce. S by! virtue of a final decree lau< '.,
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Here ig. something else for you to L IOK out nt the Circuit Court of the ..'
: do. Offer ass suggestion some farr 'j 17th Judicial Circuit ..f the ptat.. of'
Florida, In and for Oaceoln County.
product that can be used in decorat In Chancery, dated October 23, 1810.In .
Oak, Pine and Lightwood. for ing the booth Vr Oseeola at thi th, caae of UI1U. H. llaldwln. a.
Administratrix of the entate of Francla -
i fair. Some useful farm produc
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tore or fireplace. M. Haldwln, deceaai-d. complain
grown from the farm that can bused < ant. vnraua "1. I. l-vulcy. Jnnle K.
Delivered anywhere in the city to decorate with. at the item I-c.lc-y. Ouldu Malloy Mar1'. K. -
time make an educational display Itankln. John W. Krinkln. L.upfrr *
.1'i-athiT Oarage, c. K. i cnrlaon and
:t :t :t :tEmmett that will blend with the entire ex Htate Bank ot I...k."o".1. Itcapondent .
hibit. If you have anything in mind I will ottvr for sate to the hlvheat
that will fill the bill please send I It bidder at the front door of the Court'
Houae at Klnalmtn u, I.'iorl.la l onMondny.
in at once. We have no time to low I" 6 I t is- ful-
RoliffPhone in making preparation for the exhib I lowing 4. : : :n.r' i... -r.0.ln <>acioli&County.
Florida. "
it. l.ol 6 of Hlo.k 8. ...r01.. K. It. K.Co' .
143ECZEMA To all farmers and truck grow nurvcy of the City ..r KlxnlKf.IMIC. .
cyst please take notice. Tuesda: Florida. Alno Iota I I. 3, 3. 4, .
night, October 26( there was organized 7. K, 9. III. fa. 12. 1,1; 14. 17. IK, ID.
20. 21. 22. 23 IIIK! 24 of at the Chamber of Commerce Hfc...il. addition to Klnnlmine
-- -. - -- ----- rooms all ''truck growers and farmers City I Florida. Bi'cordltm to official
for the purpose of having !>lat on nliIn th<- offlce of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of -
curb market in Klssimmee where <)......lH County Florltla.Trrma .
!' you can bring your produce and obtain of al I.. cah.

a market price and so warrant p-ipital of modern Italy on the I'their crews visit this wonderful old October 22. IP20. _
I ITALYIt JOHN H. CAI>RU
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your !good efforts in !growing foot Tiber is 17 miles from its mouth city. From Naples, Genoa and Leghorn 48.". Hpeclal, Master.. -
% 110..7 .aCK products. There was quite a numbel has been since a the Mediterranean. The city I they go in train-load ( .
___"",-.501_ ,of interested growers at this meet many years thousands of tourists i ientH and if their vessel l is 'ontin-I :NOTIt'K KOH l-l I.U'ATIO"I (
T { are
aware |
educating
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...I...._.,-.- sage Raid that travel was ; I ,
,._ __. Itela _: ing who were enrolled in the organization yet the adage is as apparent todayas situated on nine or ten hills, Flumicino, they very often Department of the Interior. U. 8. .
Dt =--.... b. and who gave their names ai in fact it is more ridges. which are formed of tufa trips up the river to the city of Land Offtre at Gainesville, Pla., ,
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_.sh.r _...... leiIM: supporting the organization. An ever was, and ashes Rome. I I Oct. U. 1 ZO.NOTirK '
... There i is to be conglomerated sand '
more that Ar-
--- pronounced. I. hereby 'Riven
.. ., .' \other meeting was called for Thursday volcanoes One does not have to stretch his t -
. - y-c. e seen the modes. .sr III..., .... night, November 4, at which ; increased two-fold and the old extinct, but active down to a imagination to see the wonderoux who. oti July 26 Jill 9, made Homestead -
o.--_ Try It..iAY meeting' we expect a larger attend and although' the American } nlry. No. 016301. for smt .(
,.. PIke".t world has been on a plane of building recent' period. sights 8W % And VVM of 8K14, Hftctlon' 17, -
aqce. At this meeting the election prosperity for years past. The American Naval vessels Naval men are always equipped witha To..n..p. i SI tf.. Range 34 kj.. Tallahaee ,
CENTRAL DRUG STOKE of officers will take place in ordei the most many ancient cities of operated during: the war and camera or at least some of the Meridian, has Clod notice of -
to the organization. It is i mj Among cannot possibly con- Intention to make Commutation Proof.
in
perfect in the Mediterranean party pictures
> Irp I *S1< to the'o1'ld, probably Rome, Italy, are now to establish claim to the land above
desire as your county agent sac i is the greatest sightseeing land-mark interests! of the government, are vey nor depict the sights with whichour scribed. before Clerk Circuit Court.
TILLER every trucker in the vicinity of Kin' of the ancient countries. Rome the quent visitors to ports from boys are familiar. at Klullmmee Florida on the Sftb ,- -
M. simmee, or county, to become a day of November 1920. P
-owunwnSum Wfl u -nwL- Claimant nam*. a. witnesses: -
and nu

Estate Agency. I'I'l. realize member more of this than ever organization before what THESE AUTO SIGNALS U.I'. M.C. Miller Eilrl,, or of Loknaee.L.okoee. Florida.Florida. C
l. !! SHOW AT STATE FAIRA H of .okoiea. Florida.
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really a co-operative organization SWINE ARE ESPECIALLY GOOD Owens f
. .... .. of Oseeola. 0. H. PadRi-41. of lx>k........ florid
will\ mean to the county ROBT. W. AVIH.
Realty Bought and told We must pull together and work as REVELATION.Depicts These ufgnals have been adopted I 146-61. Rowlcter. t

Houses! rented. a body if wa are to make any prog in states:
: many NUTU'IQ ICJI'TOR: FOR FI'dLRissHAao.
Taxes and Titles verified ress. Are you for a better more To signal a turn to the left the I I ,,
paid prosperous, county in which to live Development of One of Florida's Most Important driver's left hand is extended .... C...... el .;...., Ju4uStat.!! .
for non-residenU. Then boost and steadily talk to your straight out. I'II. .1 "''1-'... 0..1. ('....,.

Fire. Life and Accident In- neighbor about an organization for Industries When about to turn to the right, I I In the Relate of-E. 8. Beeland,

the purpose of buying and selling the hand is extended out and the I Ilo..arm ceaaed.NOTITB 1)L
surance. the farm. -- I I
commodities for and from
up.When IS" UKRWBy CIIVKN. to all
Indemnity Bonds.onhisow Don't forget the meeting next Jacksonville. The possibilities of fu.1 argument for the continued about to slow down or stop I I whom H may rtiiim-rn., that on the 7th

.. . Thursday night. We want a full attendance in Florida will be very of this most Important the right hand in held downward. I I day of h-tohrr. A. n. 1DXO I ahaH
...... . ... .. . . .. hog raising opment ''apply to the Honorable. T. M. Murphy, 1
who
of all men and women clearly demonstrated In the swine try. I Un right hand drive cars the sys- Judge or ...Id ('ourt. urn Judve of I'ro-
are interested. Are you ? 'Item is just the opposite. '''hn.... for my nnal dlnrhurKe an Kxenitor j
the Florida State Fair.
Again to all producers: If you buildings at These exhibits also mark the pas, 1 I Since no driver likes to feel an- of the November 18-27. inclusive. Hnl the time ] will C
dt.feaited. Ht
want to make and nave mont.y. pro- Jacksonville lag of the old time "razor-back" other car smash into him from be- present. my flnal account name MR Kxecutorof

fide a shelter that will be suitable until not so very long ago held hind when he halts suddenly in answer paid c,,,Int.. and auk for their approval -
FORIIIER for the storage of all farm implements The:swine Industry is becomingmore from the traffic
to signal cop.
In the State almost to the .. a Dated Auftimt %t"., A. T>. 1810.C. .
when not in use Plows, hartows. and more a factor In FLorida'sprosperity the signal is most rigidly observed I I A. CAHHON. .,. ',
rakes thrashers, of all other members of the pig 37-9(. Kjieoutor -.
mowers, hay and development. The State by all.
and any farm tools you may name fair baa done much to Illustrate ita ily. Now however, there are a A Hiimal in time often saves ninel! 1
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NOTK K TO (-HKI>IT IHHla
SELLS (ost real money, and when youengthen possibilities and the showing this year number of pure bred herds and I
the life of these tools. and (:leerS ..I the < ...<> Judge. 0 .-
.top the rapid depreciation on them -- -- LEGAL ADVERISEMENTS ..!. (.....!;. III.'. ..f .. ....Id. -' ,

Fire Life Accident and :hon your bank account will increase ; .I '" ? _ n __ In re HIAtate or Charlea > ver>*t Caraon. /
over night. A dollar saved, i is a dollar I. < Irrnll <>.... M.... .1 Kl,.rl made. So take the farm tools KnrntrrBth Judicial < Irvull. t>*rv4'UHnly. T* all (*redltom. Ut-Kateea. Olatrlhil- (
Health! Plate Glass. Lia- ut of bad weather and see how __ w4a & ,1.! I. l'a..Br+.,.. teea and all I'ervon hnvlnir t Claim ., -
i. or 1I rtnnnd* aKHlnat aald Kit ate:
much longer you can wait before Re . '. l.clln Infix llmvey. ('iimplalnant.vri. You. arid | bility and Boiler Insurance. laving to buy another plow or her <*d anti required to present any
"Vcii..y. Unr,''' '. efendant.It claim ..nd demand which, you orsither

Legal Bonds Executed 'ow.Now is a good time to select that apppnrlnir by affidavit appended to i eitate of of Charle you. may Averett have agaInst Caraon. do-the

plot of ground you expect to plant 111. hill nied In the abnvn-atated ratine ceaaed, late of Oaceola County. Flor
Same Needed. lext spring in rice. Yes sir, rice, that th.- r..eldenc.,1...y Harvey. ida. to the underalKn Rxecutor of
Day th. d.-fcmliint therein named I* unknown 1 aid estate within two year from the
rice shall be slogan '
and our 4
more ha la the ago date hereof. -
and that over
from now on. Upland tic, will produce of twenty-one year: It la. Dated September! ITth. A. I>. l tO.JAMKS . .
40 bushels without much trou- !lk1 ordered that the aid .. M. ARSON. -
OFfICEt Stats Baik Bull"., ''ble to the acre here in O ceola. Ask ; and he la hereby required flied UIt..efor.1 C.noT A. B.CARBON OHAI.RKR.JB. > .. ..'' -,.
of complaint
I Mr. F. A. Stroup at Fish Lake for ,: z. c _ _ cause to lhf on bill or before Saturday, 41-lt . R>*cut.ra. ,jS ,' (
Some rice. Yes that
nformation. ,
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ill a good deal better than making .'

W.. B. CRAWFORDA1TORNEYATLAW ibout 10 bushels of corn to the acre ; 1
OD the same ground. And Osceola .- -' --- 1 --U- -

'. las all the desirable rice land we Onion Cherry King Jr.. tth. Owned by rilaMajiil.Oalca.Fairnv'Burdett:" . ,

Office: 3, 4. 6. 6, and' 7 Osceola wed to make people in New York Jr, General M.nao. .r, Pierce, Pi.i4da. \- :

read about the rice production down remarkable than .... being developed _DuaU,. Tb .
Bank Building. here in Osceela county. We can dot rill be even more : .

'!' KISSIMMBE. FLORIDA I if you are willing, and I am sure heretofore. judging by the number of I' '*plt I., of 00\1..... larger return o .

roe are game to try It a round. entries already received from all .. Investment for the hog raiser. -

Pat Johnston rj. P. C3ARRBT Think this over. Here? pam of.the State. Tlie State Pair's swine dopsrm.

JOHNSTON & GARRETT Too animate gathered at the 8tat.r .. la pointing the way, to hlgbter .

,A1TOIWBYihT.YAWOfft. : ARTON1AKE ITEMS 1&'. 'grownto. Florida an* ted ,on ...-.s. In .breeder; sad' fendi -_.ri"I Call 'Phone:
erwwnt at- foweJUHIOH t.l ldith'mtJ to'; W p"nta. ,
arid Ottceota Bhirf ---r-- *pr
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10 11 12, : ."Ptt4Jw.rd":: .
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I 'School is programing" nicely .* "", .,, ,.:;;." ;)oJ'. ,- -'
Bbildlnp.KISSIMMKB. his place and Ml seem to be well'leased -

FLORIDA I IG. with their teacher-Mis* ei ...

ilaulersonr, J m.. CROSS I ..... .<....*;...

r. KKIBUS A. AKERMAN Sunday school and preaching last =:= renl4ttoH; ... : I \
attended and
Sunday were well en- to elm and ..Batrlotle ...
UeltmUM :
W. 8TRBDKRIBBS
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K v. Daughtry of St.o'clock.Au- WORKING AT HOME ___ all tkeae eraivUve agead I

AKERMAN AND STEED rustine, preached at eleven I aI.-4 to translate late life end :

Attormrr ..* C._r.l.r. *t l..rr ts he is moving his family to this kne regular SchOol program are paI r
K5uIe.. VI.rtdOe.s.I place we hope to have the pleasuref
I which, the Junior
practice !. all !9latUaKrd aad listening to many more good ser- Production of Sound American ef ta machinery
Stair Court. nona from him. Oroaa place at the disposal W

Mr. Davis who has been connected Citizenship the First AIm caool authorttlea. 11

with the turpentine business here, Graded study courses giving
--* DR. R. J. DENNING eceived a message from North Car- Says Dr. Farrand. tical metboda of civic training 'uppi.m.nt.d

DENTIST o liina. last week containing the sad by pamphlets and helpful
n sews of his sister's death. He lefty gestion are supplied t* the

Over the Postoffice. > the first train to attend the fun- Oa the b'adg> of every member; ot I !school by the Junior Red Cross.

OFFICE IlOUItS/ ;; 9 to liSO.: 1:88: to I sral. The entire community sympa- tbe Junior Bed Cross are the words elaborate plan for promoting an

Residence Phone hue with Mr. Davis in his sorrow. "I Serve." That tells tbe story of the change of correspondence between ('

174Office Phone 158 lie is expected to return next week.will school children's branch of the American dren ID different sections of tbe '
school
Our school and Sunday
and It. efforts to bring I $(!Itllte. as well as with children In
welcome the addition of Mr Red Cross

CLASSIFIED READ ADVERTISEMENTSARE VERY CLOSELY. rladly here laughtry soon.and Mr.family Daughtry who will will move benanager world.happiness t. children throughout): th. sign take lands a prominent Is: being place): devised In the and "So the People May Know""

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of the turpentine businessor lished classroom program.In
that the time never was
McDonald & Taylor in the absen- Realizing promoting the general cause
No doubt thereare hundreds of so propitious as right now for teaching Red Cross courae '
child welfare
McDonald. is
ce of Mr. The Valley Gazette's;; desire to
the
articles about
readers who have Miss Sadie Tindall entered school the highest: Ideals of citizenship home hygiene and care of the : print all the news all the time, but
of to th'rn--
bouse that are no une Jun ,.
of the
otherwho'd in Kissimmee last week. the entire present program Brit aid, and dieting may be unless items are sent in by phone,
but there are always them at some bargain. Mr. and Mrs. David, Hart were for Red Cross has been framed under lished u> all Junior Red Cross card or letter we cannot hepe to get ,

The "classifieds"like to get are read a attentively isitora at the home of Mr. and Mrs. the very Inclusive phrase. "Training I $$11 arias. I It aiL If you know of any item of '
very
Tindall last Sunday.Mr. for Citizenship Through Service" for The Valley Gazette will be very
all. and in cases H. P. I The Ifteal and the objective of I i news
by
a small sum invested in many such publi- McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Lane others. Since the Junior Red Cross ts ; Junior Red Cross are embodied In i il I glad to print it. .

city will find a pleased customer. It and Miss Laulecson motored. to Or- the agency through which, the Amerl- pledge l of service which the pupil Club, Society. Lodge, Church or .-

/. costs but a little to make an experiment ando Sunday afternoon.IACKSONVILLE -- caa Red Cross reaches the schoolboys when he sign the membership roll I School note; people going away or I
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-and the small ad columns of and the schoolgirls, all Its activities pin on hla coat lbs Junior comingback; marriage, deaths or
WILLENTERTAIN .L
Tfie Gazette should carry a great are designed to come within the regular The pledge which bind together birth. Item concerning visitor, -

many bits ef information. Try this DELEGATESThe echoel program sod without creating Ic* and cltlaeashlp read: I building operations real estate deals

column next week. ; ,new' .courses or Increasing thejauner : "We win seek In all way to UTe neighbors moving in or going out, and I -
twentyninthanauai conven- of studies to lend Its aid I iB'Vilall- .. the Ideals ef the Junior Red in fact anything that will make The

Realty Sale. Beceme- Freqieat ion of the members of the Christian la* the work of tbe schools."The ad 4evte ._1...** to It* aervlee. I Valley' Gazette more Interesting t* ita '
will be held in Jacksonville *
ihurches *
There seems to be a general ten- for' four days commencing Tuesday, thing that is needed," eaye Dr. "We will, strive never to bring < readers.

dency towards movements in real es November 2. The convention pro- Uvlagetoik rarrand. Chairman of the radii t* thla ear country by any The Valley Gazette' motto is: "So -

tate both of inside and outside prop !ram: will be not only interesting and American Red Cross Central Commit _nil,. set. I the People May Know.." and to that .' t"
erties, all of which are indicative of nspiring but will be full of practial tee, "U net a perpetuation ef the Jna- "W. will rvr and obey ot eo end we ask your co-operation-

more developments in this section of helpfulness for Christian work- lor Red Cross but the training and I try's law and 4* ear beat te Inspire

the county. Allen Fosdlck manager ers. breeding of sound American citizenship Ilk. reverence and obedience la u.
I of the Strout farm agency, reports 'Help usboosiKissimmee"
---- -'- Inspired by the true, fundamental abaot na.
of his nine- I -
the Completion The pretroleum production of this deals of sound democracy. One of thegreet "W will endeavor la all theM -
teenth sale in four monthe-and last amounted to 356-
ountrv
vear the Red _
conceptions In making aa good cltlaens. to transmit
"there other deals pending. barrels.
are 00,000
Those engaged in. handling' real Cross a contributor to better cttlzen- I greater better and more beautiful

estate in this city and in the surrounding Six thousand divorces granted in aMp In our American-democracy la tbe abe was transmitted to ua." I4 Iiwn.ii I-

areas will soon commence Chicago in a year. No wonder the reallsatloB that after all the sole hope At tb* reaadatlea of this MhooJ .

J I. to reap a harvest-as each week? will sw schools. are building new dor- ef any nation la with. the children of II ...- of the Junior Red Cross II i i tfc

1 1 see those here who will be anxious nitories. the country." wrest !Uv for AmeHea children. i < t

I to-f secure properties in Osceola The plan of organization Of the Jnnlor \ 1
is "screen-struck"
It
saJd persons
t' I i county. I Red Cross makes the school-pubic Paper suits may become t
, ._ __ __ find their way to Los Angeles, to I -
that
-the unit it is realized
parochial and private here when
ofI'the into the ," at the rate : : .
The ferret is a domestic variety get -
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: polecat. I f5Oawebk. m07'es I I Dot tin Individual Dtislla.I Uqtual.urv- will take the frifige off th* pant J 1\\ a /4;

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TWELVE THE KISS1MMEE, VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY OCTOBER 29, 1920 ",
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Deoryo, and a fine program: of entertainment noon, was the scene of unusual gaiety 4/w-wvws wvw, uwi wv* wvv \ ,
IN was carried out. At the i and attractiveness, upon the occasion - .
[[ SOCIETY'S' REALM ] close, of the program light refreshments ''I of the entertainment given by \) ,
were served and a most en. Mrs Edgar, Katz, and the charming: Two Two, k
joyable and profitable evening was decoration in' Hallowe'en remem : Days _rLrL Da'ys"'J 1
t'' All matters Int..nci'' ;" for IhU 'department : spent brance-the yellow co.mol'and daisies _\
houl be handed In (in "' arly mingled with 'a touch of som 'OF
C. l Advancn notices of c mHK MRS., FBIPP ENTERTAINSFOR OF :
< poNHI1J4.11:: : )must hA Authentic. Call bre black-carried out the color
Phone 11. and auk for "Society1 MISS THORNDYK scheme! ina pleasing way The 1
Forma clone promptly at ten, o'clockeach Mrs. Celeste J, -1<'rippt.t. her home punch .table over which Miss Caroline
Friday inornlnfe/ 116 South Beaumont avenue on Sat.
r Walker presided was a mass. of '
,-000-- .urday afternoon, entertained in honor yellow daisies and ferns, -while the BARGAINS BARGAINS 5 j
: ofv.MUs Wylena Thorndyke, who. porch was elaborately decorated. The
I- .FIOMANOI'rHOSTATETURN3Mre ,has recently removed 'to this city salad course was in yellow. ;
Wlaltep returned from West Palm Beach. The rooms This commanded to D .
Armstrong, /guests were ;: '
on Sunday., evening from Raiford were charmingly decorated |In flower hunt beneath their chairs, and those # 'l
where she nan' been the guest of her and ferns, and pleasing. refreshments HO fortunate as to find a yellow and '
sister, Mrs. Schellie Ronier. Mrs. were served. Those greetingthe : black bow, were the recipient of Saturday Saturdayand 1 f
.
Armstrong has been the guest, also honoree were Misses MargaretBrunson : prizes. Mrs. Woodbeck dt table one I
, of her aunt Mrs. G. S. Warren, ofJacksonville. Gladys Griffin, Lillian Harris was awarded a bread-board and and ';
_- Lois Overstreet/ Elizabeth Parker i knife; Mrs. Alderman, at table ,\ ,
Lauretta SnOt Kras", Kathryn received a linen dresser scarf; two'l : t
MRS. MARPM3 RETURNS Tiller, and Dorothy Wells. I Prather, at" table three, Monday i Monday. ,
FROM SOUTH DAKOTA MltS. WOODBECK' ENTERTAINED work-box; Mrs. Buttorff. at table I .
Mrs. llarojd S. Mare| had returned BRIDGE' CLUB four, a workbasket; and Mrs. Walker ; ,- rP r
from a summer spent at McCook The regular gathering of the Mon- at table five, a book. The high I 1
Lake South Dakota, bringing her day Afternoon Bridge Clyb was entertained -, score was awarded Miss Angle Bryan I
two children Helen and "Billie, and at her home on Brack who received as prize a cut-glass I ,
'will make per winter home at 525,I street by Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck. The bonbon _dish. The favors were yellow I : 1 a si
Mabbette .tn'et-the quarters the dmingroom was elaborately ornamented containers carrying( hats, verses and ,,
family occupied last season. Mr. I with Hallowe'en decorations ornaments. '
Marple} expects to join her during and during the session a dainty I. Little Evelyn Piano and Dorothea r 't'
I the holidays. lunch was served. At the play the Katz, garbed as clowns, "received"
prize, a pair of fine silk hose, was .a'h-jtue"t-and presented each witb.a ;
; BAPTISTS OBSERVING II. who flower, and from the first I'eeepI I
awarded Mrs, L. Ingram _
STATE MISSION DAY I with Me/ dames Alderman, Gardner, tion to the close of the afternoon the i I I IAI
The Woman's Missionary Societyof Katz, Piano] Prather, and M5ss gathering was pronounced a most '[ J
t the First: Baptist church is today I ville formed the membership enter-//charming affair, carefully planned 1'
," the i
observing "State Mission )Joy tained. and skilfully] carried out. Mrs Kutz
opening service being at tenthirtythis wan the recipient of a multitude of /c r. '
morning. At noon a lunch is to BENEFIT ART> PARTY compliments for having given such
'the served. The program leaders are I FOR PLAYGROUND; novel pleasure to those assembled.The 1[ ....
Mrs .1. M. Johnston, Mrs. K. S. Hall, : There is now planned a card, party, invited guests were Mrs Ca-
and Mrs .1. E I.upfer and un interesting to take place at Downing) hall this, ,11.1. Mrs. And..rllon.11': ''. Alderman J I 1 1i
discussion (will follow ( Friday) evening commencing at' :Mrs. Piano, Mrs.: Inirram. Mrs. ,,
I eight o'cloik] to which the general] I 'r. Mrs. Rarnes, Mrs.' Minick 'nlk-l
JIOTHER-TEACIIKKS: :: CLUB public cordially in.'itcd. This uf- I I Roice, :Mrs. RiittorfT, :Mrs.' I IMrs. DollarLimit Store
e MEETS NEXT: WICEK 'I, fair will he given to secure, funds for j Cole Mrs" ( Gardner. Miss The :
'tI At four o'clock on the nfternoon bcttfiinir, the public playground, and II :Miss Walker\ Miss Turville Mf< t i !
e of Friday November I r. there will be an admission fee of fifty cents will ,|Jordan :Migs Makinson Mrs.V''II-, 1 1 .
I a meeting; of the Mothers-Teachers! ; lie chained.} Refreshments will be Mrs. Pi'artier, Mrs Bailey Mr I Irawford
t flub nt the Chapter House, and all scived. It is ,hoped that the attend' { f Mrs. Pillcy Miss: M 1
member" and friends, ate urged not I : ante will he Imge-for there i is, an.immediate ., u-y. ; ;
to forget the "orphanage box" need of funds -and Ihe,',' l'il-1 r .
} I'I"! :'. have been made to take up the is promised a good t time for nil MOORE HAVEN WEDDING; _
t .discussion! of civic improvements,, comers. EVENT: OK)J TilE SEASONIn SC:1x..d.s: Lit.1c1: : -:r'i.XX1esr ':
1 which seems so necessary. At thinmeeting -- the :Methodist church at )
: the question also pf a MRS GARDNER; PLANS:; I Haven amidst decorations and r
reading! course will be considered. I DANCING; SCHOOL ments of ferns und flowers, M.l' ,
J ANDERSON"ENTERTAINS. I With a desire to give pleasure to I t the ceremony uniting! Nelson Store is to Have
t MRS . those who seek amusement in d.inc- man Russell, of Orals, fo-meilv' of t
WEDNESDAY) BRIIKJE CLUB ing( Mrs. (George; Gardner; is anxious this city, und son of :Mrs Jo:. A, liusell I! -
t The Wednesday, Afternoon Bridge to get in touch will) all who willagree : of Kissimnn-e, and :Miss Vil ''tt" 1
[
+ Club was entertained; bv Mrs. Howard to take a series" of lessons in I :May dates; of1001': '' Haven, on Sat- TWO DOLLAR DAYS
first time
.
Anderson, and for the ]late and popular dances from n competent urdav, (October 2t.: The ceremony
in many months the Hotel (Jray-; tutor. In consequence, all whoso performed by Rev Tims pistol ,
was'
stone was the scene of the pleasant desire should immediately] com-
'T affair 1 "The gathering was in I the mun' ate with her either in personor of Tampa the First and was Presbyterian a mid-morn churl"I.d-of) 1[ SATURDAY OCTOBER 30 MONDAY NOVEMBER 1 :

nature of an Hallowe'en party, with by calling: \ phone 172 and she will d imp-the hour being eleven o'clock _
appropriate' colors casting their !glowin i give full ,detail It is proposed to The bride has been a member of
every portion of the "lIt'.orull'II'1' secure u teacher from out of the city : the choir of the :Methodist chinch, t tI
apartments. The hostess --on. thoroughly competent-and if and,\ }that 1 :
of ]Moore Haven oigmi7atit :
elaborate nrl'pRrationlland theguests this project is j, carried through the feels the loss occasioned I t
I t "n deeply
I i',': lighted. were Fruit both salad surprised sandwiches and de, : work must be done at once. bv formed her II departure, very large:Miss circle\ (of>nte friend1in )ha'- Special for Saturday Only l li

rofTee and candy were served as re- MRS. CLARK RETURNS: commuailyiand 1
alnd about her home
f'' freshments. .._.-. : FROM WEAVERV1LLE admired all with whom; ,
I by
r The club prize a handembroidered I Following) nn absence\ of five complete was most i
inintact ns a
table I'o"pr. was 'won by :Mrs. II. months Mrs. M. A. Cluik ha-, she came
w A C. Piano, and 1 the puest-prize, also a returned' from her'-summer vacationin is chaimint well-known younir both woman.in Kissimmec The }groom and 1[ Twenty-five Blue Work Shirts .
Carolina, "
hand-embroidered J table cover was Weaverville, North ncrorapanied -
I(1,'ala. at which latter city he i" en-
Mrs. (G
awurded to Mrs. Edar Katz, who by her mother
'with Mrs. C. C. Jordan Mrs. R. l C. O. Roberts anll.oth. are now at trngtcl I in the banking business and, as the amost actually worth $1.50 '
( estimable] man !r
i :Minick :Mrs. Wilton Alderman, home at 216 Verona street. Upon vounr him. 1 /
r Mrs. John Cadet, Mrs. L. II v Ingram their return trip they stopped, at various I.best rid| of wishes those of those who who are know acquainted Will Sell for One Dollar Each '
in of theirvisits 1 1I
and Mrs Walter Cobler, formed the points Georgia -one reside in this
who
wth; the family
i body of happy guests entertained. being at :Macon where a .
have been extended both Mr ONLY ONE TO A CUSTOMER
city 1
attending
daughter of Mis. Clark is I
MRS. HARRIS ENTERTAINEDADULT :) I school. The two announce the past and Mrs. RussellInunediately wedding 1[ ?
BIBLE CLASS season has been one filled with plugs)< procedinpthe t,
Fiiday evening at her home oti to themyet they are glad! to ceremony C. L. Williams sang
Park street, :Mrs. J, H. Harris entertained again are be in Kissimmee. a baritone sole, "Because;" and r Some Specials for Both Dollar Days 'J
the adult bible class, the I). C. Dawkins Sang an especially Mrt'l ,
teachers, and the officers of the Sun- MANY INVITED GUESTS ranged ,wedding sonff-M1ss
day school of the Christian church. GREET MRS. KATZ Carlton presiding at the piano. 'I
C Muslin 20 Rolls Toilet .
Mrs. 1 Harris\ was assisted by her Tho hoino of Mrs, P C, Buttorff, bride was attended by Miss Dorothea 7: yards, Unbleached, Paper $1.00 .
daughters, Mrs. Francis anal Mra. on Emmett street, Saturday after. t Gates, as moid of honor, and
and Monday $1.00
her maids were Mise Medora Russell 4' Saturday 2O Bars.Lataridry .\1
-- Soap $1.QO
!Smith'; of '
t ,, ,, ,, of Kissimmee. Miss 'Emily
:--. :...:.*<-<<...- =-+:-:......: :.><.<----o--" +--------.c---: : > I Arcadia and Miss Nadine Page(: also 1 3 Best Grade Outing
:i: of Arcadia. The (groomsman: was 1 yards 24 Bars Toilet Soap, 1.00
Lyman Mallard of Tampa, with Hub c 1 E
Flannel Saturday
Ladies' Tailoring j Carr W W. Wolff, and: Loci Lance, I special Old Time Price "1"' 1
all of Moore' Haven as attendants.
t ,and Monday $1.00! 'e.:4. t
-
Rachel
<
'f.t The cunning ring-bearer was
I and the flower-chain bearers : Ladies' Union Suits, each t
)Dow. ; j
.t The large and attractive, new Fashion Book (for were Helen Stevenson, Dorothy Williams : 3 yards Best Grade Dress -

Flora Mabel Dow, Stanley $1.00 7im
t. : Victor Ladle Tailoring Companyof
I Frederick, WilmeV Fay Pape Marvin ,, Gingham, Saturday and :i

Chicago has just arrived and the beautiful styles and Pape, Clarence Williams, Charles $ .OO Men's Summer Union Suits ; 1
'Ld Materials shown will be cure. to 'greatly interest you: Henry Dow served Monday '1

Lt-1; I I will be pleased to have you look over the line at any at The the wedding former :home breakfast of the was bride,and' /' ANOTHER BIG SPECIAL 91.OO each !. :'

. I time which may suit your convenience and hope to hear was attended by the Immediate members ''{

i' from you soon as to a definite appointmeat. numerous of the close contracting'couple friends. The weddinJi and- Wool Serge Colors: Cream, 'Men's Heavy Weight Under- ;

' Cloaks Suits Skirts Dresses Fur, and,other Wearing in number and | I .
1 r1 : Apparel. of high!gifts value.were many Black, Gray, Blue and Wine wear $1.00 per garment '' 1 "
1
at l
Russell will be
Mr. and Mrs.
.l MRS. M. E. TURNER home in 16.VOTE Ocala. after Monday, November f 1 yard Saturday anH Mon- 20 School Tablets $1.00'.; ,1

.OQ
'r; Representing Victor Ladies Tailoring Company day $> tir
. 13 Spools Sewing Thread 150
':t 518 Broadway, Kissimmee FOR J. M. HANSELL, DEMOCRATIC ,

NOMINEE FOR COUNTY One lot of $1.50 Voile Waists, yards to spool $1.00 :' i t
COMMISSIONER DISTRICT No. 2.
Special for Saturday and i > 'i '<
,
!'JE
Nr; 13 Spools Silkateen Crochet :
( :

:f Ba III.. At 1J' III.. III.. '\ III.. III.. '" t.. """"'" JtyCEO. )Monday $1.00 Thread, all colors $1 O9 'i .:'' '. 'lJ

Hose <,>:
1 5 pair Ladies' Black .j

; DR. T. M. RIVERS L. H. CEDGE &; SINGELTARY. $1.00 7: Spools Star Brand Crochet ,}';
i
l' aPp..flne CAier Vice.Pr.adat Thread all colors
.: $1.00. 1 ? :
;
f" 4 pair Children's Hose $1.00 The regular price of this is ':

, __ __ __ H i i'I

Ckildren's Winter Weight , 20 cents per spool. 1"J'y I'

't' Union Suits $1.00 Bbv's $1.25 Caps, special Saturday .f.t 1''F, m",


,, : Hesitancy Men's Slip Over Cotton Sweaters and Monday, $1.00 ;

' ; 1
4'111' The fact that your bank balance is a small one need not deter you $1.00 4 Cups and Saucers, $1.00 +

from keeping it at the Bank of Osceola County. It is not necessarily t .j

'"'.'' the millionaire who keeps the factory busy, or the banks bulg- 5 pair Men's Black Sex, $1.00 4 Plates, $1.00 ,

Y'' ing. There are more small fortunes in the world than big ones, i" '

f just as there are more potatoes'than grapefruit. We invite the small
$
: account as well as the large. J I

'::f .' The Dollar Limit Storer:e (,,1' .1 tl



i Bank of Osceola County r }

,c ,, . m.'J. G., W. PERSONS COMPANY + i
Hours: 9 a. m. 2 p. 1 ; .J.. ,


, ( P. S. Within a few days we shall remove. '! our.entire stock ,

three doors below, into the Stanford & Miller b'lock, and special ii -
The Bank With the Ability t

y and Willingness. to Serve -DEPOSITS INSURED prices are being made to decrease the stock before moving.'t) '



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