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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: November 5, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00984
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,: ),",- :Cassava May Be Made.MoneyProducing DEMOCRACY LOSES' :Dollar. Day' a' Success t i ./i .:'

'. CropDemand HARDINGJLECTED! Is" the Gene'Tal'V. e1di t ''.\ ;:

+ i For This Product Stimulated by Market Now Opening in The Merchant Report .Escefleat Transaction Throughout The: Day and Reach* <

,; North, Should Urge Farmers to Plant Considerable Acreage The iD, Far Into The Evening Hour* Satisfied Patrons Found I I" ;1

:/ Coming Season Republicans Sweep. Entire! Country Every HOB } 'I

I. Practically nothing: is done in this The correspondence is interesting" Sure "Dollar Day was certainly a suc--house -in the i city was equally hJn'f i /"
I ft, county in the way of growing: CB8. I and a portion: of the letters are herewith Democrats of 'Eleven States 'ess'!" ored by the! player. MY. Woodbecktenderedr J rH:
"i : are for northern marlrets. JVlanv presented-without giving: pub.'teity "If Dollar Day Mild been two days j 'ft/is/ service in the capacity /,
r h farmers will have small "patches" to the name and adclroes of longer I'd havo had an empty lltor l" of leader because of the fact that the
i and use the yield<< for Block-feed the business man: "My business was excellent newly-engaged: leader had not arrived *
I 1(' yet none have' grown the product to "Mr. I. A. Wet herbee: THE SOLID SOUTH TOTTERS Dollar Day-and' I believe the pub-nn to flU<1 the post-and because, oleo
i give full data as to its productibility. |[ "Dear Sir:-Last week I wrote you 'licity given through .The Gazette wasa Mr. Woods>eck was most enthusiastic -
Nearly all producers are aware that with reference to'getting supplies of most inorjant'factor; !" regarding the success mad of
cassava furnishes the substance ,, sweet (eating) cassava, as I understand -, the "Dollar Pay."
termed tapioca--which meets with a that. you grow: them for your' TOWARD REPUBLICAN LINE These :are but a few of the mm.y The business transacted. on Dollar
'; ready sale in all sections ,of the own table and to feed stock Since chtt'mpnh made by the merchant Day prbves that co-operation; is a
eountrv; yet few J people are aware :i| I wrote you I have investigated: ny vho, lust took part In the "dollar .s1.) <.s"f trade-winner where there is' a genu'ne ,,
.. that there is a constant demand for customers-mostly people from the Saturday; and throughout the desire for such trade. It proves,
)i' the product an it. oom'es from the ''tropicl<--and find that I can easily i iI ity there 'is not to be found onecliRsaliKfifd also, that Kissimmee can be made
"lIOiI.r All of the large" centres of I I I dispose of about four thousand' Osceola County Elects Full Democratic Ticket business man. There rte the trade-centre for a very large !
population of the north have a per- pounds weekly and so I am urging some say that the special iMo district when once the general: public -
oentage of foreigners who crave cas- I I von to answer promptly-as it mighl : >n the' dollar combinations offered is assured that merchandise fe ;
.' save-and there are merchants in ,, lie possible and" advantageous for' With Exception of County Judge; Official were not snapped un as had been ex not: priced higher here than at various '
1 i'' those cities who have great you to grow thte crop profitably foi pected but, they add, the sales aa a mail-order houses throughout
I tv in securing the desired dlftl'UI-1 I an exclusive market in New York."I Count Mafy ShoW Republican Electors general thing were most gratifying.The the country-and the merchant can r
.':,' Cassava' is an e lll'y crop to grow can use large quantities of trop day was an experiment--and show this to be a fact through the
-and, to quote G. B. Hancock; ofi ical vegetables such as you produce none could foresee the result. That I columns of The Gazette..
i Loughman, who has produced considerable in your section, and I I shall he gladto I to be the Winners in the Race there were many more in the city Brief Interviews with a few of the
of it, "there can be produced hear from you re.gardinathiH'' han: is usual at this season of the many merchants who entered into
't on the uplands more tons to'Il 1 matter." ------ year on a Saturday is not dlsollt.C'j'l: the Dollar Day plan are here given:
l the acre of cassava than of any oth- Another letter from the same mer md that. the buying{: was W. E. Sanderson, jeweler: "It was f\,
er crop.". On. Milliard's Island I, fL")| chant\ to Mr. Wetherbee reads: Cox Carries but Eleven State*-Giving Republicans Greatest Victory WonIn than usual is well-vouched for. AndIt an good business day. Had ,\ .
.; Wetherbee. has made somewhat of a !I I I "As I have explained to you the may be stated that all those participating to filmy windows several times 1 1
specialty in its culture, and has a consumption of the cassava is. limitedto Many Yean-Numerous Counties in Solid South Turned to Hard- : in the advertising: of that with the specially-priced goods-In ..',.{
I I., limited number of cuttings: for sale. )people from the tropics. who ron ing-Heavy Republican Majority i. 9t, Cloud Show That Harding day-together with the very few addition to the merchandise I sold'r
&11'. Wetherbee estimate that about j I I Kume them all the year round when '- who failed to get Dieir, advertisements from my regular stock" .
Electors Carried Official Count Not Yet Available '
eight -tons may be produced tB the ,(they are obtainable. If it were pen County- << ready in time to secure space The Ladies" Shop Mrs Rogero;
acre under fair conditions-but has :I',.ible for me to get a supply of about -'- --- In The Gazette-will be glad to "I consider that Dollar Day was (1
not gone; I sufficiently! into details to four thousand pounds a week it : Nationally there is nothing left for the democratic party except re- again co-operate in a special salsa most satisfactory in every wy, and (;
9 sneak with the exactness. he would would no doubt be a mutually prolitnble 'rospection --and the planning for future anticipated victories. The repub- duv within a reasonable time. ,the trade at all places of business
like; yet he has been in correspondence business for me and the'Irrow. licans, because l of certain conditions handicapping the democratic During: the afternoon the ,seems to have been )pleasing." ,\
with a merchant in Now York ers. If the tubers are good and party mee Concert Band, under lea Kissirn-I W. B. Makinson Company general \
* city regarding the. demand and the. !sound lam willing to pay four dol and .the unrest in all sections of the country and the desire upon the pan of J. D. Woodbeck rendered hardware and sporting jtooda: "We ,
probable price which would he paid. (Ponttnnort on I'nffi* Nr enl ,f a large proportion of the democrats themselves to witness a change selections from various (' are certainly pleased with the re- /1,1]
.-_..--------- - - - von at least thirty- .ven states in the pre Idential contest and (the next the. park-the range being from on- I suits of the day. We did a good 11;-j
extremity of Broadway to the other; business and served more than the ,
Mill. both houses The weeks
overwhelmingly rPpwWj
.ongre see an. closing 'J
KISSIMMEE NEEDS I CATTLE LOAN BANK .if f ,the campaign, hard-fought in all portions of the country, saw the most and this showed that every busmen! I .._ (Continued on_Pace..PIx" ) __u_ '1
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optimistic members of the democratic party gradually losing heart- yet' -

- A HUNDRED HOMES I II I WILL GREATLY AID keeping'up veighl of the a foe bold was front.not anticipated The outcome to 10 was great not an un yxtenl./oked for yet the TO FINISH DOCK BAPTIST HOSPITAL:

With Montana, Nevada and Oklahoma still in, / oubt, the following;! '
; FOR THIS SEASON"Could COUNTY STOCKMENNew late are conceded to democrats Alabama. Aikanj/as/ Florida. Georgia AND HIGHWAY TO GETS ENDORSEMENT :.

I :tcntucky. Louisiana Missouri, New Mexico, North arolma, 'South Caro Pt

f )0 Rent Two Hundred CottagesIf Institution In Jacksonville Prom ma, Texas, Virginia; total electoral votes, 130. KISSIMMEE PARK OF COMMISSIONERS ,

I Could Get Them in Time," ises to Be Important Factor The followmg-pamed; are conceded to be republican : Arizona, Qah _
Colorado Connecticut Delaware, Idaho, Illinois Indiana. Iowa
r' Declare One Realtor I j Throughout Raisers Florida for Stock- Kansas.ornia Maine. Maryland Massachusetts, M.clugan. Minnesota, Missouri Partially Dismantled Dock At 'Xii' EiUbHibment of Hospital By Baptist i

l .* The demand far home of some Nebraska, New 'Hampshire, New Jersey, New York North Dakota Ohio. simmee Park Will Be Immediately Denomination Unanimentiy"Endoned

noVt---those of handsome<< proportions. In the opinoin of every gtock- )r'1gon. Pennsylvania, Rhode Island South Dakota, Tennessee Utah Placed In Useahle Condition by County a-i. o... T

and those of modest! mien-is noticaI grower in the tAte the formation 'ermonl, Washington, West Virginia Wisconsin, Wyoming; total electoral ---
I, I III.' in all towns and cities of the and its operation along lines as broad 'otei 386. J. S. Darnel", familiarly known as Appearing before the board of \
' 4+ United HtataB-but nowhere In proportion as goad business management will ." was (before the commissioners. I county commissioners on Monday ;
"': to the size .* ->the city, i Is the allow, of the bunking institution ir In Osceola county it is assured that Republican electors were chosen at their meeting: on Monday with a was J. M, Willson, one of the committee t'I .
.Kissimmee. Jacksonville! which is to cater espe although for the stale and county offices only democrats were elected-- plaint. dock at Kissimmee appointed to secure a site
,. Nor'i, to >e found a dally to the needs and requirement! vith the exception of Z. Bass, candidate for county judge, who! admits his Park-declaring that previous 'la I proposed hospital of j '
R place in Florida where a completed of the growers of stock will put Vfeat byr. L. Comer. It is hardly possible that the official count will action by that body had traded to proportion. It fa the purpose of fori
cottage can be erected upon terms new life into a line of production for having an improvement'made there Baptists to place somewhere In
more reasonable, where surroundings which Florida is particularly adapt. fTect any considerable change itthe standing of the contestants. The but that notrsmg; had ever been done'Ida an Institution of this t!
final count with figures augmented by outlying districts 'I'which will be conducted for the benefit
are the more charming where opportunities present cannot I Making toward making the structure -
i. for making: the environs 'ed.The new institution is to be head- live the democratic elector the majority anticipated. perfect Mr. Daniels said thatif of the entire state-and a large,

mentft veritable garden: of beauty ed by II. M. Bennett, and the. orJlantI ; Congressman Sear has been pe-elected, so .far a* reports indicate the commissioners would immediately amount has been set Aside for the
V ,are the. mere profuse. ration for which an incorporationnotice furnish the needed olank and purpose. Its location will probably
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end it i ia hardly possible change will be indicated by the final
: any count. be decided at the December convanv.
Continually are realty agents beeeched lie now being: published will such other material at might be' ea4
; to Mod suitable locations for.. be known as the Southern Cattle Je has ,been intensely interested in the 'campaign-paying far lei atten- sential he would with the assistance tlon=which convention has been pet
j!: those desiring to spend the winter Loan Company The promotor has ion to his own candidacy than to those of the entire democratic party of other members of the colony, for this city; and Mr. Willson. tn
' .ere-and the wanderers, grumbling had a' large experience in the west The official figure for the county have not been- obtainable in sufficient make a dock that would be a credit conjunction with others of the com
i' .because their wants cannot be completely and the middle west along: this same number to be worth the tabulation but it is hoped that the' next to the oounty as well as one which mittee. Is favorably inclined toward r'
'e. satisfied. pass on to some line and feels confident that the would be kept in constant use. The Kissimmee a* the lacteal site for j,
,. r* where the costs are far greater new institution will be a factor in slue of The Gazette will tabulate and print the entire vote. Several pre- structure when completed as proposed -I such a hospital. The plan of the ,
1 and the surrounding:* no better. Es- increasing stock-growing as nothing mete, however, are. herewith presented: will be about six hundred! feet in Baptist committee are, ostensibly ',

)I:.t l(**ontlnued on Pave Five) ,else could; and there is already a Precinct No.1. Kiasimmee. 141, Smith 15, Wells 82"<,, Wentworth length and eight feet wide and will I Continued on rage B1rht) Ii
I keen interest displayed by not only Allen 24, Archibald 116 Brclsford 135. be capable of caring for the growing .
stockmen but by bankers and others 161, Bryan 9, Caraballo '325. Chubb'' Cheney 116, Fletcher 357, Klock traffic from that point for some time.
:I SIX NEGROES DEAD having: landed, interests.Mr. 151. dough 11, Coffin 12, Cole 13, ,6 Martin: 8; Bowen 74, Hunt 10, Kiasimmee Park ta bound to. provea BULKHEAD BOTHER r'!
Bennett closely inspected for Carr 327, Drumrnond 6, Henri 10, i Sear 408: Gay 82. Hardee 394, Van valuable adjunct to. Kissimmeeproper
some time all sections of Florida Jackson 7, Jones 308 Knott 319, Duzer 8, WhiUker 8; Crawford 360, and there; are plans now under -
'. FROM OCOEE RIOTS before bringing:: about the formation Locke 4, Moffett 5, McAuley 5, Na. 'DYlon 102.; Buford 820.. Oober 85; way which' will greatly augment! WILL BE SETTLED -
S of the new concern-and closely ney 4, CTKelley 8, Pillsbury 12, Pope Amos 337, McCarthy J6, N rthap77;. its importance. The commissionershave
studied conditions regarding what 6 Sharon 304 Smith decided to complete the flftv-
141, Richard page
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t had been done. Weeks were spentin __ ..Uh' foot crowned highway to that locali r
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MANY RUMORS RIFE securing data-and after all had recognizing the need of the rt
been collected and studied the line place and there is indicationthat
' ; every
:. Trouble Over Right t. Vote Incites I iof I action was determined Mr. Bennett CITY COUNCIL MET COUNCILMAN KATZ 'dua progress will he made in Believed That Satisfactory Adjvaft..
: that fajuable) spot the outskirts -
says among:
Riot in Which Two White Men ,, "Florida is destined to become<< of Kiasininiee. meets May Be Mad and Matter 4...
Lose Their Live probably, the greatest cattle-pro FOR BUSY'SESSIONReralar IS NEW OFFICIAL W0 Thereby Be Kept: Out of W '
I Prominent CaIt -DeaJer Dead '
ducing state in the Union. Every ; c J'

ff The little town of Qcoee. went of l,I the time large I l leave ranches Jacksonville I, am more and visit COllI Routine Work Was l Interspersed New Member of Council Takes Oath E. L. Skipper well-known in this Appearing before the council Wednesday
Orlando evening Frank Maloneyand
following, has election been the "scene Tuesday of riots in'1'Ivinced I of this fact. I find progressive With Matters Mentioned of Office Wednesday Evening For etion of the state as a heavy dealer S. It. Lupfer, forming the Ma-
on -
in cattle dead in bed I Ion
wide-awake cattlemcnt everywhere was [
Elsewhere in This Issue of Gazette
Term loney-Lupfer Company contractors
which n"nv negroes are I said to have Unexpired the home of '! )
sn the state and I Tuesday morning at .
am sure
'' who had In charge the construction
been killed. Leo Bogard of Winter '
that the Southern' Cattle Loan Company his daughter Mrs. E. O. Douglass,
( of the bulkhead and docks making
Garden and Elmer McDaniels, of The regular adjourned meeting of i
sea-I services which
at Sebringv Funeral
will fill long felt want herennrj
a the that before proceeding ,
Ocoee, two white men were killed the city council adjourned becauseof attended request :
will the entire state were very largely were
early in the fusillade' and the former other i institution serve has served or aa can no the regular!r evening for meetingwas i of the resigned member fteorire W held in Bartow nt the Methodist ;to,adjust the .fieveriO. .differenl'eJ( JPltimatel' )1.
chief of police at Orlando, Sam the election board for the five -
occupied bv Fox, was noted; and it was deemed church on Wednesday. ;;;
4c Salisbury, together with John Tur, possibly serve. was held on Wednesday evening, best that, the position be filled be- bert which time the' work came = '':F t
ner, received flesh wounds-* did with nil member and the customary I fore proceeding business. There to a standstill-should be furnished. :
several 1 Mr. Maloney said, that he bad asked
others. officials presort was little discussion OB the matter.
Six negroeM are known to bo (lend FUEL OIL COMPANY Finnycinlreport of the funds 011'' Councilman Gilbert placed the name OPEN CURB MARKETON ,.the city engineer: for+ such estimates wduhlbe ',' L
and he that "i
flue having been cremated' in houses hand in the various departments! of of Howard Katz in nomination, and, expected the'Rame '
in which they had conlrl't'ltt"o1.vhil": the city was" I made by Treasurer l there being: no other names mentioned before the council at this meeting 'J j{
'k one, July Perry, met hi. death at i MAY GUT CONTRACT Roberson, but from the fact that Mr. Katz waR declared the unanimous SATURDAY NEXTWEEKNO.VEMBER 1-but these figures had not been ) ":
the hands of a posse which took him |; there may be warrants out on those ( choice cf the body. A messenger I(I turned in. _It\\,
from the county jail at an earlv hour I I Mr. Maloney tken explained some
delu- the
+ funds the figures: might prove -i : was dispatched 'o new mem
Wednesday morning, carrying him toa TAX MONEY NEEDED sive, and no space will he given I bf'1and' upon his appearance the 13 of the minor difference which''appeered ,and- "
centime council,
north on the. road to I I to1 the
point leading
them at this date. The report was onth of offioe *as administered by
the country club where ,a rope was I I|I. approved by the council as was the Mayor J. S Cade), and Councilman told of cases where he had fo1\,01.\ ..
around bin neck. He wall i I Grower Are Enthariaitic. Over Plan the orders of City Engineer MaeDonough -
placed cut Fuel Oil C'ODce"-S lIIiarly Anxious action by Treasurer Roberson regarding -! Katz took his seat 'It might be added f
down by Sheriff Gordon and his the disposition of the funds that he was the moat. quiet mem- to Bring Fresh Vegetables t. Market although there was an !Mded R';
to Abrogate to Contract For Supply coBti) because of excess material.In ,
removed after it had been views .
body which he delivered to the paving 'her of the .board at that session.i Three Tune Each Week
r ed by a coroner's j ty. I Demands Some Ready" Cask contractors. Work of paving the s the meantime' Engineer MacDon- ,1.1
The fighting was precipated by of the Dixie Highway i i Wood can be melted by heating: it was sent for that be might ,-
one Most Norman who insisted that'he Unless some Ji tune can be takento needed is portions progressing in excellent- in a, vacuum There was a meeting!; held last evening give his version of the_ matter.! :Tb ,:. r
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1.---------- at the Chamber of Commerce matter of changing the dimensions
be allowed to vote after this ;
1 privilege had been refused him on appease the demands of the Mexican shape. 1.I, bv the vegetable-growers:' and those of the commercial dock from' 60x80 IJ".' J"'.
the ground that his poll taxes had Petroleum Company there will\ There will be an ado] rned meet- consider final action regarding important interested in supplying the housewives feM to 33xt20 feet necessitated the .i
r r 4tot been paid. Norman left the polls, be no more oil sent to Kissimraee the at ing of the. council this. evening{ to matters of the city with produce' fresh I,added coat of 260 extra ft of'con )
the contract cents
y but returned later in the afternoon ,,barrel and price-eighty the contract IB from th, farm, and steps were takento I crete, and the change in the finishing -
with ..shot concealed in his ; once perfect the organization The interest of the pleasure dock added other \
gun automobile -
I broken new contract will be made ...... "
no O.OOO0j.
and'' began to make threat. . . .. .O..O.O manifested by those present costs ;
at 2.90 the barrel i
% -.except possibly, J
than'made for the lack of MacPonough appearing made 'Jo(
against those who refused to allow I This the 'cannot afford -i more up. Mr.
I. city
'i Matter price number. J, D. Woodbeck occupiedthe his statements! takinjr no strong ownonition ;
bun to vote. grew worse un- I
til Norman wart knocked -down when opinion to This the was meeting the consensusof of the j. HOW MANY PEOPLE KNOW? chair, and L. II. Wilson county to thestatements, of Mr.. I ;:t""
farm acted In fact there'was a disposition '
he made a dive for his gun. He wall ,council evening.The agent aa secretary. Maloney: J
intercepted.and finally made to get Wednesday for The election of officers resulted In upon the part of all Interested ,
has been using someContinued
away. From this time excitement city Clark Howell being chosen aa president -I In the controversv-which baa in the' :

became intense. It was reportedxthat ( on _rare.__._.Five.._.).._.. and L. H. Wilson secretary, past been greatly magn'fl and ''f,
there have been
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negroes were ,congregating in county near while S. T. Fansler Charles dwelt noon-to effect a 'i..:
.-the colored section. I lea were heard at considerable distances fifty bushel of high-grade rice to the acre> and A. L. Keen were Neld'j' a basis whollv fair to the-contractors .
Reports from the scene, of trouble when the building. were seton marketing committee to look after and to the city. It was iO"f-
are very conflicting.:. Some who have I fire by those who were in search various details This committee will agreed: upon motion that an lnnn'd- '
visited the spot assert that more :! of the trouble-makers. It is impos- WHY NOT TELL YOUR NORTHERN[ fRIENDS ABOUT IT? make report tiext Thursday evening.: late survey and estimate be made by \ :I
I than thirty negroes met their fate. rible to give full details--but thei Following an extensive discussion the city-engineer and assistants, together +
It is Raid that the explosion caused !i main facts, aside from the numberof I It"'OOHOOOOO'Oooooo upon the many topics pertinent to I -,with Contractor.Maloney. .P y.
'by ammunition stored in the churchrl dead are as above o MoO +O+H+OO u.......* . (Continued on Page Four) (cr nkleued on Page

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. :1 Ightl Fresh Stock : !
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( If. Cox .had only run like Tom 'Wat* that, the past few year in Kissim-! i l.

'on. f '. nice' have been golden ones for ae-'| "i
curing homes at low prices. Espe-
r.. It looks as though; the republican :ially for young ('oupleaJust start- ,
Had taken a mandate over the United ing to make a home has this been
Statesr the 'opportunity of a lifetime. Prices Tires '
Choice on
J' locations have now become :
I Imagine our distinguished president much harder to get, yet 'they may I
For .FashionableIii' trying to write A Thanksgiving tin be found by- careful hunting.HOMELOVER.. .
\ proclamation this ,
: .year. ..
? 30x3 R. D. Clincher______ ________ _.;$I2.40Clincher "
The League of Nations seems to AUTO CAMPERS INVITEDTO : -' ---- -------- 'fI"30x3Jz

Women's Apparel "ave 'been defeated without any kind JACKSONVILLE FAIR N: S. ________________________"______'U 17.65 I ;

1'I'f' of reservation. . 31x4 N. S. Clinchers_________________________'_.;____ 241-50: o'I

I Those forecasts made before the dians Jacksonville and visitors, November 4.Florl 32x3J N.. S. Straight Side___-____--___t________1_____ 21.85 -
"I 1 extremely smart election look likelast year' bird.'- to the state are .. ," n '
THE being: offered in. connection with this 32x4 ----------------------r--. -- 28.30
nests now!
lines of . sition year's Florida which State Fair and Expo- I 33x4 eo. .. n ...I._____________________:-_- 29.45 I'
; \\1 varied opens November 13}, .. .. .. ,
I. The democrats will not make anymore many conveniences and facilities not 34x4 ___________.____-.___________ 30.50
fun of Senator
Hardin's front
'before ..
the Autumn Suits are in porch. campaign., .This. .is official! come from Motor all parties points arC''Invited in 32x4i33x4'2! .. ?.. n' .??_u_____?_______u____ 36.25 ,
Florida and free of v 38.8-
are making
themselves recommendations Harding put the "end" in referendum the Tourist .. .. .. .. ------f---------------------fI I '
" and a crimp in the democratic lust behind the Camp fair Grounds, located ': 4x42' ____ __I______________---.--. 40.25 .
grounds. Thisis ;
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donkey's ears for the time being, a feature that itt expected to he i .JX.2 n .0 42.25 .
of their ---- -------------- -------
:: superiority. but you just wait and see the recoilof of .. .. ..
, that aforesaid donk tour years afforded strong appeal, as visitors will he 37x5 _____-__ :.._'______________-- 48.25
every possible convenience. .. .. .. i' "
:;- : And the lovely Frocks hence! . The camp site is declared by many 35x5 '.,. 40.75
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the finest in the south, if not in the __ ,._______ 42.80 "
Two months alto the Watcher pre-, entire United i 36x42 __ ___nnn ,
:; States. Immense sheds
Ii arid the distinctive Coats
dicted that a newspaper man from afford double protection for the ,
Ohio would be elected president parking of cars and also for the i '1\. \
are interesting to see. by the: Jumping, !! Goat .of .Polynesia; erection of tents. The sheds are. >o ;r.
, we nit it! This establishes as a high enough to allow for the niteh'ijr '. j" We have only a Limited Stock-at this price. Above prices '9'

l; The rich and elegant Fur I prophet, and we ahenretorth of tents beneath them, and j give
ready to do close up our long distartro double protection from weather and,
". -Coasting.. Satisfaction guaran- iin. In addition there are several
:. Piecesthe- new Blouses I t..ed. Prices reasonable.I' * 1 uildings on the camp site to be used!! I' ; LUPF ROd&iiRATHrnonCARAGE,1c ;
\ I >K club houses by the campers. Thereflowing

alld Skirls--all find a I I 1'Ito( tretxcited, about steadfastly!! politics.refuses lie Biped i<. a to every artesian part of wel the, water R'round..1 is I

I .
n..itherIlk.- or exults, over the .
I and there are nearly a dozen shower'
place in the way the election terminated. When
prominent thirty: million people! goes to the I I baths.nd eilities Other t also sanitary are provided.conveniences. The --{..>r,..}.}-}.}r,--:-; ?n.or.."fti....>*tiur-:r'w..:-....>{...},}.>q"}'}ry'>-:.94C: .:..:-}:hw..>4::..:.r 1

i iasilloiiahie i en t polls and sttiff a big! wad of paper I.- nun!!" are electric' lighted and the - .
garni into a box telling just exactly who
etc I is! reached 1)\' a !shell road from
I they want for officers that sell 10;.- I ne of the brick' paved !streets from
1 f showings here. it; and we get limp and surrenderat 'I he city to the fair grounds. Camping

't once parties will be privileged to pur

You will f find 1 it greatly to I| Senator Harding* is* the only man
ever elected president on his birth- saving in udmi."ion1'h.. .. : 4 ;I
"advantage in making day. Dr. Harding, a father, is the
your hy '''mp site is dire 'tly in charge of I -
only man to live to see his Kon elected the Jacksonville Tourist Club which
selections atOrlallde's president. Cox: is the only pre t your lential" candidate who had but three All times to direct I campers and desiring: a pleasant /home/
letters in his name and the only one to look out for their comfort and
Largest Store. to visit the Pacific coast during the welfare. Six Large Rooms, Kitchen Pantry !
campaign. Debs is the only person
who ran for president while servingin FLORIDA'S FAVORITE PAPER Full ( )uarter Bluer ih Ex- '
the penitentiary, and yet he polled I -- {
Yowell-Drew Co. more votes than Watkins who inn The T"mpa1orninJ! ( Tribune is'i : .
on a high moral S r issue.r eveilastingly, fighting! for the 'nter- i i' cellent I Residential Section ;
eats of the people and the development
I i Orlando Florida Some have said that the Solid [ of this section, and no one \\N' ; Where lies a charming lawn ,
South has been broken up but that Florida, :
h-is the welfare of South at''
is a mistake. The naughty republicans -I heart can. afford not to be n constant. Carrying Live Oak and Oranges and Pecans \
swooped down like a wolf on reader of The Trili'.me. It i b Flor- '
t the fold and tore one or two peri..t-I id.Vs great metropolitan paper, car 1
ly good democratic states rying the full night and day repor Rare Chance to Secure a Fine Property '
temporarily; that i is all. Some folks or The Associated Press with intelliRent
will chuckle with glee, but that's all correspondents in every nook
it will amount to. (0, tempora! 0,) .
and corner in its territory Its big Apply at 301 Main Street Kistimnee r
mores! 0, shucks! Sunday edition has the most complete ,
j *. *
i comic and magazine section
Governor; Cox, the democratic I printed in the State, and the sub- .
standard, bearer, has gone down to cription! rates are only $''CO() pr ,'I I
Everybody Who h Anybody Advertises Their "Want io toe Valley Gazette.
,, defeat after one of the most memorable .nllm. : $4.00 per six:) months and I
campaigns in our history. The $2.00 for three months. Write for J
I fault was not his own, but was sample copy and subscribe today. 43=
| caused by an unpopular issue that '
was wished on him by> others. lie HOW TO MAKE DELICIOUS
made a magnificent fight, and the HOMEMADE FRUIT PASTES Kill That Cold With
I people will not soon forget the sightof

James Middleton Cox battling Fruit pastes are made' from the .
I against unconquerable yo'dds, on a ten- \Ll: "
edible portion of fruit\ which after + .
thousand mile speakipg tour tryingto I
cooking' has been passed- throuj'h'it've a
trut --fiV he .it to
carry the saw
and conked aeain until the ex-
:, the' mass of his countrymen. lie Is A"" %?.ter ;i. driven eff. Only a '
'. . still a young man as presidential amount
small of sugar! is required. CASCARA QUININEFOR
1 !. candidates go. and will be heard A p rr.bination of different kinds of m
from in the future. ,
fruit makes flnveH
pulp a delightfully .
<, but pouches alone makea AND
Warm Up With I to Chickens and delicious one. Canned fruit can Colds, Cough (.OM V L* Grippe 1'
Attending : also be used to make paste. When

tie pulp is boiled down until very C. Ids Dangerous
the Stoves Neglected: are
: Garden thick, pour it in 1-2-inch layers on
marbel or glass slabs or on a platter. Take BO chanc*. Keep thin standard r.m.dy bandy for the first (QMS..

i Place where there is a strong circu- Pre.ka up a c. .. in :24 hours-Rli..... '
your home for warmth, dryness "My neilChbo'r--are surprised to lation of air and allow the naste to Grippe in J"r Hcadacb I

EQUIP cheer, in spite of the fall chill and thought see me I looking would not so live well to, see for sum they dry for two or three days. When it Quinine in this form does not affect the hwtd-Caacan Is beat Tonic
is sufficiently dry, cut it into 1-inch .
in Hill's.ALL ,
drizzly days. mer. I had such pain around my squares. Roll in granulated smear Lautr/v- Opiate

1.5* Our Stoves and Heaters are up to date in knew heart it aa came to cause from me bloating to faint.and I may and place be packed again in in tin n d-aft.boxes, Paste glass DRUC "" 'STS SELL ITChildren f

pressure of gas in my stomach. A '
for containers.
every way-made cleanliness, good friendin St. Louis told me to use tars or paraffin-canted: ---- -- -- I
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I appearance, proper combustion, and forgiving Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and I Rub-My-TIsm is a great pain killer.It [
t most heat with least fuel. now feel better than in all my life.I relieves pain and soreness causedby
Ht -
'. = 4
''I am doing my own work, attendingto Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprain, '
t See our special display this week of these. my chickens and my garden and etc.--adv. ::1
... I have cleaned house." It is a simple,
f modern Stoves and Heaters. "-
I harmless preparation that removes HEALTH AUTHORITIES :
: ; the catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal PtAL
'' tract and allays the inflammation ,
which practically stomach -
cause to the laws of Florida
I KISSIMMEE, FLA. trouble, liver and intestinal. One ailment and the rules and regulations of the Not Have Coffeebut ' I
i t f *, including appendicitis. state board of health it is compulsory .
\ ';, It'f\ dos will convince or money refunded. that all cases of communicable 'I.
J.Z.. Rbberaon and druggists
T.oj1Ii. dIsease be reported to the health authorities '.
i ; THE WINCHESTER STORE where. immediately on being they enjoy a cheering ;

I I r -- MAJOR-GENERAL brought to the attention of physicians ,
: t'l NOTED
;; : but death certificates go to hot drink at mealtime just :
k ', DIES AT BARTOW HOME that many cases of contagiousand _,

,t I'i _..._.. ....... ....'.. ."..... . ..-......'.,..o.- ... 'OOU 0.. ....a"I .. Major General Evander Mclver prove ported.infectious diseases are going un- like the older folks. ,; II I
Law the last major-general of the
: health
board of now
The state
Confederacy, died Sunday last at
o his home In Bartow at the age of makes an urgent appeal to the state i j!
medical profession to
r eighty-four year.. He had suffered
stroke and for week report of every
i paralytic a
R. FLOYD which under their observation.
unconscious and
had been
wholly -
recoverconsciousness In cases where no physician is in -
failed to priorto
it should be understoodby i
his death Deceased was a native
I 7
the householder that the dutv of
of Darlington South Carolina, and
Florida, carrying out the law falls on him, f
r Groceries and came to to reside in 1893.
and in this he should act at once. \
He established the South Florida
Military Institute, and was later edItor that The in state regard health to this office matter points the sins nut is the ideal table drink for "'Ct ,: :
of the BartoW Courier-Ijifor-
mant, with which paper he remained of omission are great and that in children as well as ,
Fresh Meats order to obtain the best results from grown
a "ntil he retired from active life in
health authorities in Florida both j jnhysicians
'915. and laity must give the J ups. Its'Iikeflayor 1

Rusty nail wounds, festering Sores, health board their co-operation. *- .
i '.urns and scalds heal rapidly when A New York health officer remarks pleases, but it contains
'.{quid Borozone is applied. It is that a well organized fire department -
C :hurngoldl : : : : oth' antiseptic and healing. Price without an efficient fire alarm [ none of coffees harmful ele
lOc, 60, and $1.20. Sold by Rober- svstem would result in poor service | j

-on's Pharmacy. .. and ministered high insurance:health department rates.! A well handicapped ad--I j ments. It costs less too! .

l t We have it and we receiva it Fresh- Came Home By Auto by unreported cases of communicable -
diseases is as ineffectual.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. McCabe, who
y Twice Each Week -- -
{ r ave been spending( the past six Rubbed into the ;skin; ;; for rheuma:
nonths in their former home at tism. neuralgia, contracted muscles, Made by :

,' Cleveland, have returned to Kissim- sprains or lameness'' Bollard's Snow. Postum Cereal Ca Inc .
1 Phone 176 302 Broadwayr nee, and are occupying their pretty'' Liniment goes right through the : i
''orne at Kissinfmee Park. Mr and flesh to the bone, easing pain and Battle Creek Mich. Lj ; i
Mrs. M'Cabe-left this city by train I removing: the cause. It is a powerful '- I
-but returned in a new car which ain relief. Three sizes, 3Oc, 60c and "/
Mr. :McCabe concluded. he really S1.20 per bot'tle. Sold by Roberson'x' rI /'
......................... ... needed. Pharmacy. rr ..., ._ ,'0:1 (
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., tell .h'ow duYnod *' arc the time 1 when tIi'r'w i : in progress, .ome enthusiastic. individual make

t FPrqceedirigs of the Sch {Board. .j winters., Something seems to have but at this time when the end of the promise and "sign op"' for amounts
J .' : ; mixed and mixed badly, the ,efforts war Is. at.least,' in sight the continuation -1 that Rti 'cannot pay without l lllgatinr.

.. To aborto1d .. editor of. the Herald; and, although (I.,becoming .nauseating There his l.trml-obllg-atlon Tbe nation ha

'.' /y i ," ..: : "' .* FJNANJAL STATEMR FOR 'MONTH ENDIU'! ) SICPI'. 110, 1520. .. he'., Irish and Bimini with is a constant drain, upon, alfi lines of now reached a ,point where thing,
'and BALANCE. FROM WARRANTS Its store of rich Imperials, nearby legitimate business because of the should be conducted 'on a cafe ier-
I prevent _com* FUND LAST .RJlJJ>OTlT REEPTM ISSUII) DALANCIC I feel that nothing could be laid to fact that when any;',Individual* plant Iou., and pacific scheme. And I "
Oen..ralBehoot .____..___, 682.85. "7ff.4S 1761.115 J tlO1.1f1
take 1'. S. I). No. 1 _____ ____-_ III.HI! 20.40 11.711 411... that door-for he s a rank prohibl; for the expenditure of money >nd fancy the state and national' press
j r/ plications I R. 1'1. I). No. I---------- __.._ a..71' .01 60.00 118.11 tionist and believes in putting the the .question arises where can the will agree with me on this' point.: I
H. K. n. No. 3-------------- 1065IiC If.' II II 234.00 8118.n stuff downer yes, "dovyn" is the sum "be obtained the reply lain nearly have a hunch that these drives ,

>'" ,I 14.K. M.H. n.I). No.No 5--------------.....___..__.__ 10tl.43 18.2M .10'.tli __8.00___ 9U.1S 18.19 right word. I thank you. every laser "Oh,' lets make a should meet with either. a punctureor
'/\' t: t-X-t t drivel" And It may be set down asa a blowout. Yassum.
The Doard at Public! Instruction In.J H Smith Iran. puplta..____ 18000 Wholl Write The Next sure thing that the man who sug- \'
and for Oaceola bounty. Florida, met W I Barber trans, pupil_____ 110.00 When Eve the
t l' In regular aetun on ortotwr 4. ISSH.tlieie 0 8 Thnck, a"h 16---------- too.00 upon of men (rests the/"drive" Is one who .contributes If your bowels do not act reguUr- ,
belnK nreaunt. W. C. BasS, chairman Mr., *ch 16______ _. 125.Oft : The apple prest, with "speclou* nothing but advice-and ad and the
.t: W. R nnler and \V It. HodI I Mini Ruth Sampson sch' 18.,. ISO.00 scant vice of a very mediocre sort at that. ly, you feel uncomfortable.
win: almi C. K Yow..3I, ctiuntv/ *uperlntennent. > Mrs 1o v..l'n' Hall *ch 16 ID days 4T.50 Oh what thousand longer this condition exist the worse
a pities then I'm of the where the
j and John S. (.'add. allot Mr I.ulll Atwood. sob 1*. 10 days 4T.60 opinion objectis you feel. To put an end to the misery
411 ; . That Adam was not adamatl meritorious and there is' determination
; n< ) foi the hnrnd Mliis Mary Florence. ach 16. 95.00Ml. a take Iferbine.'' the
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The minute. of the mat meeting ** Katherln, 8hudoan. srh ii 9600Mr : -Detroit Gateway. to give something the purifies
.. were rend and nppinvcd, *, France. Schloh. ch 16___ HS.O'I I Still. Eve was not so awful much- funde should be raised by taxationin bowels restore energy and cheerful
'jI 1'uld warrant* win exninlm und Mian Roaenmry Laridla. .eh)8 06,00 spirit Price 60c. Sold by Rober- 'l
(11 Iie 'II.d JIH rol laws: Mia EOns U 00"". *ch 16----- H5.00Mr The serpent took no pains to coax order that all may give accord. son's .*
general choul fund -_, _._ -_.U 10l.liSM. O A B..lley'h 16__ .. _ *S.((10Mr her; ing to their assessed wealth-inplace Pharmacy. .
S K. II No. 1 Fund. _ n. __ 2&7ftH Hurl fpwirer, *ch 16----- 100 00W And when she held the out of few be ,
_ . ._ . apple allowing a to constantly
8 II. No.2 Wnnd n 6(1 oil\ TysOn, Iran. pupil. ., 1BOOO
,I 8 H 11 No.3 Itind----------: 176.("Ml( 8 oJ'Story:, tran puptie-------- 66:00Mr She found her mate .was Adam harrassed by constant beg- The most valuable penny of American
I SUP. No 6 Fund_ ._. _.."__ SOU :! Florrle Overmivet.. "..Ii L_ IUl.( ("" hoaxer ging. In any event I'm strongly opposed issue la that of 1799 for
, Hill were approved and warr"nl'In"u..1 Mr HI 1) Campbell; *ch 4. 1(1 (lays 87.6(1Cora t t-X-t t to this "tag day" business which collectors. pay hundreds of ,*Jdollars.
The purified and refinedL | n* follow! Gauldlnic. sch 11... -- 60(10( j
l.enernl School KnaiUC Mr. Florrie lvertreet trans pup -a Here's 1I0pinaNow for It too often results<< in nvaxmir '1
calomel tablets- that are 13 Viiwell .*al..ry supt.------$--O.OO : Mr. Florrle Overntreet.tranportln About from when KIs- I .
\V c' Bn.... M H p I.n __ 4 oft i iW j pupil _________ CO.00 a year now "
I oaiuealeM, we and sure. 11 Kanler. do ___ _-_ -----r 640 I IW M. M. l). %<>. I Shad aimmee shall' be experiencing the ,.-, -s q
() ---- -. 600 St' Cloud Tribune, supplies .._ JO 85 real movement that will put her i, - -
Medicinal virtue. retained J Jt. i'::.i.tlnt church gr, =rent======. = n 12 12601'reHhyterlnn BoMinn J H J)C Hnrrl Hartlt-y movlnR trustee p.lano.-----, payment R.00 right up "on the top" where she belongs : I I J.

and Sold AlbinO Rmlth. county/ nut 76110C '' on piano and 'palr0, n<'h 16._ 2665 -and when there is a cry that .
:.xroved. ; |'I \\ooilall janitor Hch. 1 Ho.OO I H. H. I.. No. II KUB there is still need of farther development -:
only in : *. William JohiiHon, Janitor *ch 16 6000/ \\.nller-Raw-4" Co. uppltv8 ._ 110 I'm' to or more than .
get George :
35c. >1lRH Ith.... I'heplKO office work / HceoIa )lldw Co. *cret.n. __ 615 going ct
Price men II. Hr'ttl"n. att officer_ Kill('.floC Mr. Carrie N Edris. neb B_ __ ._ limn I Fryhofer, of Chicago and West Palm
19 Vowt-II 3 mo'* J J Harvey. labor sol 18__ .__._' 50.00 Beach, here on the spot-.and I'm ,
!I.I....>. of irarker I I IMr '. 8. I>. 'Ii... B' ..u... to make for '
- .- : Carrie N Kdrl. *ch 0 _._ 75.OO'Mr trans pupils nrh 1 going arrangements i / twentyYfars
) -- l.oltle Hiifr. ch 9-------- 75./oo 'l'h..nvm"f;; J. Harvev.. amounting( George to do it. George is a land' '
51Ia Wilma Mnone' *cri 1Z7500 to 160 for bulldlnff ruotwato/ thc auctioneer known from Texas toMartha's
1. I. Jordan. *< h '?n. hID Tyson Creek achool was approvedand Vineyard-and he is a ., ,
. 8 F Dudley. .ch 20.h _ -. 76 OO paid from the dIstrict fund
1'.-..rl .l"h na..n. Hi'h 20_ _ _ fl" oo The superIntendent bulled the mighty fair-minded man who haai no one Has beei .
r 1 I I. Miller nth 21./ 16 dan ._. 4500 board'. attention. to the furl that the hunches that are not visionary.. He' 9
I, H !Mitchell a..h 2". 5 I.lya lion( Oral month of many of the schools has done a great deal in other cities
1'h.ln"MrKlnne\ \'. *oh 2l1.. fin( oo would be up In a we<*k. and that 'the to produce a
! Julia 1 Ua\ln. janitor aeh 211. _. 10/(.00Sdiithern teacher would need their monov The in augmenting: publicity-and he'lIl j
lit 1..11.......u. hoard nuthorlxed warrant to be do anything in the world for me-
Keating: < ... Riipplle* 42 SB/ drawn and hi.Id until the report from except lend me money. I have a wheat and malted
.1 M Cooper. Inlior vh 1 Is "(II these school camp In. .
c.nlial 1 IIMII; Store. auppli.H oT 5\' I. llarher fll.d hIs report of thenRHrnRed fancy that if he could get interested
I II' 1 s .lohtiRon. wood _ !1141"CHv valuRtl'inn( of Ih,. *<.\...rnl in .this city and in the excellence of i barley food equal to '
1eaant ( of St. Cloud. wal.r III 9.1I ( puccIni Is ( the land contiguous to Kissimmee
way :to I Vnlle\ I In r.. Hipuli (fin ..t..I.1 22 OIl V... i ----------------------3(2.04No ..
Vnll, \ Uaritt.. iirlntliiK I liliinlc* I 11 (ooI ( 2 __ hIll. and could learn of what can be done
reaKup cdlds- .1 I I' HlKliH. I'ull I'll Hllpllll.R" II I.11 IfPI' & I a I I... r.IIlrn' III I II ,.r :>..> r _. . . __ _._ . ur>.3" put a zest and a into his big
I ,, 4 .I I 1'. I Co, phone 1' lit 1 tV ; \o 6 _ _ _ _ . _ _ 17_S6 zipp
in the family can \ et I" I (>'n \\ \ I.,. Co, OlIlIhR| l II K" The board authorized( the coiintxMUM bulky self-he weighs 218H. dressed Grape'NutsIts M
EVERYONE. King's New L- ( is,...Iiln. !Motot. Co ".',.ul"H I". 'r1 "IIt.'I.( nt .inri\ the <..hail man t'inak -and would give thi territory some
"K: I; I .. I'lishll wlllel" roll. < l *i 1't *. ai'i aii", nientx vilth the liank. ofiHr publicity over a vast amount of .
covery the standard remedy n":: ,.oil. I HllW Co ..lIt,,,"..H I I'llI I I'; < .....111 <'o.>int\" I.t l.arris' 16 OIH1on (( I
for the last fifty years. to breakup I IY.: .ittill. fi.luht, ill i\nu..' I; I I1. IS t'," 'onimi'nila. tUtn( of. I tli* I tluiite country. In any event I'm going to
\\1. I is .mil Caimin HtlpplU'v( ( ( 71'\\ nf I4p' rlal' tax dlHtrlct( No 3, the Hal111 try it--and I mighty seldom fall
coughs grippe and stubborn I I !I"'C'.I"I ., 10,1111", 1 I ....HI.. I II I II .AI lip nf th. f"lh.wlll'( : ,honlx w".ieHiiptletn down on anything. I thank you.
.j. colds. No harmful drugs. At I .1 I i Jo: liutp.'. liiullni-. viiitH ]I".0.1 *'nted frtnii I h.. dlntiltt( futida. nourishment "
I your druggists 60c and $1.20Farco1c1sandcougba. 1' nun' i I"". .1.,.. KH c..11. u*._ eni aH follow. 8 t: :t-X-t :t: I ,
'ixliti .!ililoiiia| C. uI .I !'H !Month Let's Hurry The Work
I I"* ( I'l \ in C.i HIII till.-H' :I IV ,;.. ".'llalixv ill... PrI'wlI''Io 125 "(> and ,
II Pill. IH. 1.1 I .ami) II.IHI t.ii. H. 1,11 ls<.,liaiiMUli, ( .'I"(> I I" ill It's Die roughness of the ridges economy pleasing ;
>t.Ml. i In I 1'\\"ii, t.-I.I -laiHX. II I II'.a n. I 1.,1| I M|h ..f I.H..II Ii; Co., I"t..r. HI i : 211I T'I a..i. i 'l. Oil" _ - 10 'no bridges flavor make it the
I .ltl Pll'llll. I. IIIH1II11I1I, J'? '" Th. ,hoai.l II..." the amount to l>* : J
DtKing's That makes think with
i HHlnlrleN of incIter ....101( \\' I' T'\ .on. ( for II'I V II I Fill,", IH..1"1'1.$| .. li I Sxss'lMinn from lh< 'I 1'\ H...11 xittltmint. HtNnr bre thought I'm getting badly :
Mini fill i I.Iln.i' I'.II I (IliumMKs , : ". H. 'I II I :tli" per month r..,. pickled I ideal cereal dish for
New :\olle: .. !.I.I.. ,.ml. .in (ll I 1 I. ". "i'M .Itiht montb; ; I :
Discovery- . ... .. For myself I have the jimmiesMy
! I HS l I. n (1'h 1 l.'MiilM f1ie 1 i ..11'''' HII | rlnt nil* lit viiif illriited \
l 1. I illlli: I Mill I ( r. HI. 1 1" % .la I I".5111, to look .rl'r r..paliH on t RoJls-Rejoice the shimmies breakfast or lunch"There's
MlMH li. .. \>' lllll .,.I| 1 4 ..1.I lll\H. 111,1 :NartonHH; .... anil I North'. KiHHimim... i...1-.1.1 And when thy pavements all are '
Sallow Skin Not Pretty MIS, r c ni\m. HIM i ___. ifinoMlxn ",II' .1 vtliot.l (IMIIMIIILX( j'f.
; ( I'l. .. Vo,1lrlIg.. .. B* li 1 1I 'iS ...'. Ih.. followllm "t |.|it,lnt nit ntH Vtel. down by heck I'll. be some ,I
1 Constipation destroys the complexion MlHM I Cl.iiili' 11.\I rr(oi.ii. .<'h I Or.l 0.1 rnii'le'IHM tickled. ? )
'." .1 "lrllI' I'HIIII, nib I qi" ortliulilll \ Nmiv !"Smith. flflh grail. KtH- t t-X-:t t I i Reason .
1 making it yellow and ugly. Keep thrf ... ... '
, Ii.i \ fillet.( HI h I .r 'o.iMlHH ..111I"'. to .u. u'. tl M TM .I I \\ 'i i inin .
bowels at work cleaning out the system Kill.. II "Mllllnu. n<'h (. !'I', nil,, II. r"'d t,- TI,, tl I "))rivlnK" For Cash .
: daily by using Dr. King's Pills. They MIH |"* C. C.lunrilv Hill 1 05 ""' 1 !MtftM ( irat.* '\'Inn, 8'riIi. and lli*<- The Jacksonville Times-Unioti. in
"IH .I \\ Tr.t I".... \II .<-h I v ,',. .. 'rMIHH I > Kl.."mmeeMrn .
do the work thoroughly and gently ( Nancy :-jmllh. nth I. 12 tI..y" B7oMlHM ,I..I.. tl"lith 14111,1, I =M' I common with the press over all the Made Try Postum Cereal Co. Inc.
25 ( C. ttlln( I i"., ..1'.1 H..)h I "' .", I ICloucI. to Hiittt'tl MHR) HoHe. (I leKi.]/1-!1.1 United States is becoming disgustedwith I .
I' o-i MrH. I'tllll' 1 I* \III.H. Mill 1 .S' till /)">, I iNILII', li I the now frequent practice of Battle Creek. MicKtgux. ,
Gou MlHH M C ll! V MM. H,'ll 1 lirllll \ rf 12 I. Campbell. nHHistantSi ( .
!P'I 'I''.... I Illlnii( I I'll.: '. Hill 1 !'loiiMlHH .hool, No 4 lit 17 ri mi |till'i ,in.>'tlhI. "making a drive to go over the top"for 1'.
I Ii M..IOI I lCuoo11. Will 1 !M'l (III .. It !Mlt.-li.ll Noltll KlHHlliilnit almost every purpose under the I "
O 1'llIS MlMV I PI.11 n"'h: \ I '('. Oil. nloi e'l f*<,htitillull nun. The plan was less severely con-
Mr. ] i'In ( > ihnU. HI')h 1II. !'I', "" ,.. i >"t li,. Janltol.otlh; I KlHHitn
\ !.... Piln s,'liu.lkait" mil l I I "innMIHH 111... S, 't ,1,1Tbt denned a few years ago during the ::1
1 Km inn \nn.ll. sib 1 tin"" 'rt' h..I"n... furl hi.r huHitieHutn -- -
MIHM' l.lllle( !h."n"n. ..eI h 1 1.:". ,,",., (IM. nil liIJill'i.. tl I until( th. MIX. -- ;- --
XflHH$ MI",". 11 St.". il. HI..h I. 3 ld\ I' ..0 i.t-ulat in.'itlnk, on Siimlier; 1 I. 1'I2'Difference !' ,' ; II
Need Strength :
to oTroom Ibfl rouffht.col trrh l dIsa. cfwiuir [j.sSule
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beub? Clr.uUO. throw uL II.. I I Frequent mention is made m vari I I.l
wtr., IUIM up malltflll Ierve. *nd TAPPING TWTIIOUGHT TANK1 i iou sodietv columns of "Mis' .-
U>0 (lac* ,, \
ttoaojcaiinb Smith's !;Shower" "Miss Jones' .
Mt rbem wInl.r Showe ,f and the like-but it has FLORIDA '

By THORN remained for the Gainesville News to '
'l I J tell about "Miss Cellaneous Shower." ASSET/ !

I Come right In, :Miss Construction! /.l .,
BY'THOUSANDS Pertaining To Beauty The fire Is grate 'f'

I. In beauty that of. favor In more :1 t%: :t(:-X- t: ij'// ... ,

t than that of color; and.that of decent Well. I Want To Know .
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i < *tioa. nrrul I
I ,j .t tb* bowda, and gracious motion more that that Dispatches state that a man in I ?
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b.Iinfl&mmstot. It beauty which a picture cannot express he was bpinj called to join the wed-
.,. buiia up the itivnirth by ; no, nor the first sight of the iling: onr'y! in which he was to be I. ,' No effort vrtil be spared to make the fourth Florida State Fair and

]jonmbUn to properly( the oriana do their oonrarnod work.QThoiuandi .- life. There is no excellent beauty marriou. Then the dispatch goes on 7 Exposition the most notable shovf of the kind ever held' in the state and it "
7 testify .Iu. that hath some strangeness in the : to stitc that "no reason is known ,
4. .4; '#1 after protrmelad tickMn, an proportion.-Lord Bacon. for the rash act." Well he was going will rank with the greatest expositions of the South.

attach of Grip ci BpanlahlniMnu. : ::-X.- :: to be married, wasn't he ? That's Each of the more progressive Florida counties win participate the '
You Probably Know This aJl. I,et it go at that.
,, 1 Th.for Meal racdldn In. lbouM < I While a number of the hotels in I -X-J i state and Federal governments will lend their assistance in Interesting and

iwydy III* Kissimmee are of frame const-uction I'll. Say She Was Instructing' with most extensive exhibits. The usual Fair attractions will M
SOLO CVCHTWHERE then* is of Says the Kathleen notes in Lakeland
Stone. Go
only one Gray
TABLETS OR LIQUID right to the poafarffice. Bill ; the only Advertiser: be offered In enlarged and refined form, giving a show of intense appeal to e,' t;

thirty in' the place you can lick in a I "Right smart" of people It the people of Florida and visitors ;within the hospitable borders of the state: :: ,

stamp. coming: in. A new family a I S
: : t-X-t.j: here is Mrs. -S. A. Hampton I. i I. I h' 11 :n ..... -'ct "so" I1)1. .. ;':
OLD STANDBY FOR There's Considerable Duff and her seven children from $-

I The Leesburg Commercial has a Orala. ::.

ACHES AND PAINSAny beading "Ho s Pay Big; Money. I'm willing to admit that "right .
That's all right too; but I've seen smart" is deelightedly correct.. "
I: A'
some hogs that wouldn't pay a dum- :1 :t-X-tt: :t: ; 'f

man or woman who keeps ed cent-no matter how long. .it jiad" Working Two Shifts _
Sloan'. handy will tell you been owing. The Htor of thee Live Oak Democrat -.

i-f that same thing :t: t-x-t tells of the death of the ex- .1

Here's A Pointer mayor of Cork and in the same issue

ESPECIALLY' those frequently I Any time officer secure the rightto of the paper announces that he has JACKSONVILL I NOV. I. \
rheumatic twinges. : is- i I
search my Rolls-Rejoice and suc1 secured the agency of a cemetery 1
. Sloan's Liniment .
counter-irritant I ceed in- doing so I can assure them |: mounment factory. Can it be that
scatters the Congestion and pfnc- I I there will be found two two-quart he is going to hustle for overseas r
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vithout bW .
States ,,, ,,, to the afflicted .
I bottles--and both of 'em are full. : memorials ?
soon relieving the ache and I
part pain. .
Kept handy and used everywhere ,How dern ye come after me-but t -X-t: t .......... 4lH tmra o-* ;t'IkTTnnX- State* Dapnr4axn% :Maw -... and late ... I.- .-.aa.a- A....... I
for reducing and the come right. 1 Is Often An ImprovementSays I tar.1 .( jLartraltur will faatura nzblbtt at (rant xar ears. boalnaa* aar and atutuninMl traaa* -'"-.sad 1.
finally eliminating -xIt - t axalbiw .._.... vain CaantUa. aootwnlUa* .a4 an4 deUloeIy aan will *iv* pepaU** pur.aliMin I '
pain and ache of lumbago neuralla. the Bushnell Times: tndrrldiiaU will bar dlplaj of ar tkan.Ia4ntrr many aluabl polatera. in tb* aalaatl** .
muscle strain joint stiffness, sprains, Do Beat All There will be a cemetery usa aUv.k a t tb4af ptotW, MnilMMaVte) I .
bruises and thie result of At Knoxville a young lad applied here "next Thursi .
exposure. L a lighted match to the gasoline tank working i < P'..orI.Ia'-. '13,1. ImpitM laid N..... nlmvan will satin tk* tkrfll ..< b*. Asistiss .4 ]
You jusf know from its stimulating, day. ( ..III'". akowo in pan of cutla, koram. rataa.barp year and. abow tb. ......- ......* ha *.a healthy odor that it will do you good I of an army truck to see if there was I Well that's nice isn't it ? I've and dairy ow that will opan tk**m>of WarM (anvna bends a larmr and katur ..&d- AS5S. I 1I
Sloan's Liniment 1 U sold by all drug: any gasoline in it. There was. The seen several communities where if \I the *.Uan and fanpnM rn *wr a.n. ;SnObs.P..k17 way., free act* and avery typn at *>am attrn Banal* .
I tioa will ba prvrfaUa to i_ ... eMmisla. I I
funeral occurred two days later. and y,
gist35c 70c $1.40. the -did bit work .
cemetery a more *
KiklbU .? .. '
frm n4 6barsad
neoftrriM .
was largely attended by the friends the entire community would be the atata*. will rival In axtont a**tba must Tb Florida. ..... Fair and KzpoMa I IdapartBant I. sbus. T..... I I.
of the boy. better off. Leave it to me to pick .....teak Important miwaltlon In Ute eonntry.and m8bt.. will ...... oompotitlon diM will 1a4..5.4 I 4
Sloa stock wW not _ltW.. lnor xaalUnt .......h1.. in all tb versaa WssI 1
t t-X-t: t 'em out'and I'd get the right ones* fat aUrtti .......... up .'_'us"w_& Wark' ""itow'

And -Missed It too. I PU.5d Xxhlblte at lnm..iil HiaeatlMiaJ 'vain* t* tkabcr : fan t t
to JnefenMivin all
are .
an .
Linlmenfi' Several months ago in a fit of t t-X-t :t 01l"1R' and rirU tor Florida. Pl dob, Cam railroad and boat Una* rancbina- Ute eIqo.... lp.ei. '"
impetuosity, I wagered my best pink :, ll Can't Be Done dab. WarS Club. Calf Club.. Cannln- Clubs Basins Clubs 11u.a limit will ...... ....1to r*. BUM AU *** ;;
ilk camisole, and b' heck. I lost. A sad Dairy Clubs will command tntni mt, main orw for tranaaotiom .t kualnan or tar ._lln.eiTiaiUn .t. !
I Sister Wilson in her Sarasota -
.' ...... trimd ,
- -- I few mornings; since when the mer- Times has a dissertation telling how Pam Power fannlna- and imprvrad method of m.a I I < \
I fcnry crawled down as. low as aixtyI to Bless m' kadilausy tag tb. labor aaortna- In .ncrieultnr will b* Xy to 4b* aroand.* will bo ._ Tra.fc.a*
i' PONTDESPAIR I thereabouts do realize preserve sausages. you sad ***mpllA.d. New- moUela and Into Improva.Tmctar for tb axhlbltor bavin .carlota of freIght In- 0....4.
seven or :you I II I dear erround .my house they cannot masts will b* of valu. to all...... ar* In"..- .urinaaulek and .rvlo* Ie and r..JtaU \ I.
i I how r missed the pesky thing Well I under any circumstances be preserv sated la automotiva or otbar __lae&7. from Ute **i*. B.8W __.. .

so do I. II IX ed. If the animals are nice and ., I'

I I - - toothsome they can't even be For further information address B. K. Hanafourd.

They Sure Spoil Quickly I feel from the hard .
con-served-yet Secretary and General Manager 211 Dyal-Upchurcb: .
I Man in Bartow advertising the receipt wprk I put over in getting them I Bldg., Jacksonville Fla. .
of a car of apples says : "Come that are all de-served. In place of 1

If you are troubled with pains or and bring your bankets-as they preserving them I merely put them ) Nine Days Filled With Amusement and Instruction
aches; feel tired; have headachy won't last" That's a fact They in a good plate. You know.t .

indieestion,insomnia; painful passage I don't last long-especially after be- : : -xBoy - t Get Your Ticket to Jacksonville for the Fair ;

of urine, you will find relief in I"ing jammed about and bumped from Page A Calendar

one .sidetrack to another. The man The Lake Worth Heruld with a :: .-

:" GOLD MEDAL I was right. - _ t I fX cause.perspicacity has a worthy lonir editorial of'a headed better I] f1 ,, .1.., :,

I'm Sure Of That "No Excessive Heat In Summer"Lordy I : > l

When 1 hear a man say to his son lordy man, this is Jio time of''

Olt I whom be is about to chastise with a the year to prate about the heat or I I -

I nit-e' pliable leather strap: "Son, this the non-heat of "summer" in Flori;j : .

4 is going to< hurt me worse than it da. This is fall you dear old boob ,
,,. Th w*rld'e standard remedy for Udny. I hurts youl" I know the father -with winter. less than three weeks I

liver bladder and arte acid troubUa and means just what he says I also away. Of course it isn't uncomfortably -

National Ramodr of Holland sine 1606. know that while it's going to hurt warm in Florida in summer-we .
Tbr. ...*. all dmC..*... Ouarantd. the old man he isn't going to tingle I all know that; but this is the "time % j .
lor .. Cold ...... oa box in the his | ) bITFRTAIHK :
I Look nanM onrr same portion of anatomy i when all good men should come to< I 4tJTcMOVES 4.soI'.4O
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on4i ak
- that the ion does! '- I I the defense of the winter season and .

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f* ' VALLEY: GAZETTE: LtDGER. MOYEi OFFICE I'I'i "" -. ..\ .

TO BROADWAT4OCATION 'r"t.. 9 .. 1'/ 11I
hWiaW Erery M4.y The offices of Milton Pledger,
PROOF OF FERTIUTY county prosecuting attorney. ,, were
.. By KiMiMst-M... VsJh Gatetti Costpiir/, KlMisjsiev, Flori.. yesterday transferred to the' State

W. B. Harris, Pre cleat Eo 'G. V*.t Afvtw Secretary. Bank building, 'where, more convenient ,
OF KISSIMMEE SOIL quarters in the opinion of Mr I

._, W. L. Tks. ... nlyU, E.tsT .'_ .Pledger, have been fitted up. Miss
Kleinmamv who :Is also most-.profi- I ,
Subvcription Rates: Fatfier of All Effplaat Was Produced cent as a public)) stenographer. will
One Copy One! Year.-__-,-i_.,.........i.,1______...___...-.-.*$2.00 at Campbell Station dose continue to' be associated with the
Months.._ i.___..... _.. to. .
C I One Copy Six ya *,..-..-........-. : 1.00 office.
,.l One COPY. Three Month,.!..........-,--"-..__...-__._--_-..r. __r___ ..SO4Hntered Ki iiiame. _
Twenty-eight and one-half .
1'ostofflce at Kissimmee. Florida, Inches
at the as second-clans molten)
In, circumference,' eight and one-half BY FIRE DEPARTMENTThe !

I All communication. except from ').authorised/ .correspondents must be inches, high, and weighing seven fire alarm at eleven o'clock\
BlKtied by the writer.ejectrd pounds lacking .
one oun --with a Friday morning called the department
h matter will not be returned unless called for. I .... .
glossy exterior that Is actually most to the Graven house, 110 Emmett roo.
.F I perfect and without spot or blemish; i street conducted as an apart-
'i I I I Gjorelan.AdvertUinc PRESS Repo.ntatlva ASSOCIATION_.| that in, briefly told, the descriptionof ment house by Mrs. M. C, DuPontand
ft = =:- .-==- ::=' the large eggplant grown at MiRB Mirnie Graves. The' fire
u-- -
-. Campbell Station by Horace E..1.1 which was rapidly covering the By Special Arrangement
t FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5 1920 Brown. II
It is being shown at the shingle roof was doubtless caused
__ ,_ ,_ 'i i
.. .' realty office of H. M. Breaker 115 by a defective flue but was extinguished ;-

1 KEEPING MONEY IN THE CITY Broadway and ia attracting much with practically no dam-
attention. Mr. Brown says that he I I age. GLApySRICE d
1 has! raised a large ,number of this
+ft WHILE The Kissimmee Valley Gazette is an institution that is labor vegetable some. of which he. feels

r ing for the advancement of' the entire county it follows naturally thatit confident were larger than the specimen Classified AdvertisementsFOR

stands first and foremost for the growth and prosperity of Kitsimmee. being shown and declares, also will give her favorite program ? .
that the soil of the
the and the of the and those living within country adjacentto .I I
With city city a rear Kissimmee is especially adaptedto SALE
I .enable distance of the city it it strongly linked. What aids and! advances! the culture of that.vegetable IK lOU AHH lookl'\U "Songs that 1 America Loves

the city and the people contiguous aids and advances The Gazetteandthe which is so widely desired by all who FOR A IIOMK. ..I<:HI': IS A HK: %I. '
The entire should stand once may. taste it. Mr. Brown says R"H""IJo'IVJo % The American
rule works also. the other way. community -ROO 1 &IOUKRN! : HOUS1C.: ono great soprano
kand-in-hand should labor for each others' benefit. a considerable business inproducing and one-fourth blocks from courthouse -
; eggplant for commercial on Emmett street; large lot.
i The Gazette stands for the home-trader-and urges- that money be purposes could be easily commencedand 7xl60 feet; nice shads tr.....; several will appear herself in what

"1 ToT sent abroad when the same goods may be'secured here. Nine times made very extensvie. SIX-ROOM fruit MODERN trees, I'rlcc HOUSE 12600.(onto and Y'

4 in ten there is nothing saved-and the tenth time shouldn't count as much. one-half blocks. off Rroadwsv. : will be the most notable musicale i-
; It might be termed as a "tithing" common with those of the Morman ; three blocks. west of couitVB :

religion-where every zealous member contributes one-tenth of all his SATURDAY .NEXT \ hou.HAVE SEVERAL: real bargalneIn of the season.

earnings or productions for the church fund. 'It is from that tithing that WEEK NOVEMBER 13.Cnntlnu..t I city property. Come In and. let
show *
the Mormon church has grown great and waxed fat. Consequently if the from Page One) FIVE us ACRES>ou. OOOD LAND: Inside .
I city limit.; all re' ''dfor winter NEXT TUESDAY
Ij business bit home here--allow-
tenth transaction costs a more to keep at the business of conducting the market crop

ing such to be a fact--it should be reckoned as a tithing for home support. it was decided that the market TWKLVK AC'ltJo S Just Inside' city limits
/ And The Gazette feels that because of its loyalty to the city and to would t, officially open for traffic on seven. all acres fi'ticed. NOVEMBER 8:15
) P. M.
the immediate country and to the entire county it is justly entitled to the the morning of Saturday November T'JoNTYCltJoS. IN1> on Orlando at : -
f 11.: at which time the housewives of road; two miles- Irom ('10\ I" nHIMCS
business which springs up in its line. A newspaper hat but two things in Kisnininiee' will have opportunity to charred. ten acres lit n.istnr' .e

,' which to deal; one of these it sells the other it gives away freely. Yet secure'< the beat and freshest of vege- FORTY<-M from M-UKS city i on NU ItilcU Dud road onhairtnll .lU Appearing with Miss Rice will be Adeline

1 to give freely of its brains its ability, its space, there must be sold enoughto I tables and other farm produce- I fetircMl anil c".r..1.,, IN'.1Iacres \

make things!! at least come even; and this cannot be if there is carried 'ntH that will he reasonable. i 1-1\11.1 Innr-d 0; good! fl\-ioom h"oaeS Packard violinist, and Mr. Thomas A. Edison's -

the idea thai what is to be will be gladly takenand that which ....The Ja/ette of next week will car i\\'I': IIAK :SOMK rcnl. I Kixxl uro\ Three Million Dollar
out< given { I the full details of the plan set" I I i>ton< iila, fut Hnl* <'"m.* In and II l lI Phonograph.
E is to be sold will be bought elsewhere. That is not fair to the city, to the tied upon. There will also be mentioned I l.-t IIH Hhow' \ on .
\1'r."IIt\ ItF:4l.Tt'
( g paper. nor to one's individuality. The Gazette deserves traffic from every :' the location decided upon foi llsnk llulltllBK A.
the nl1J'e-and is -- ----- -- .-- FREE TICKETS
it believed that -
t I establishment firm business'man, and private individual for miles around
'FOIL SM.IlooI" ( IIIKH Inniln.' In
laudable ': the lot opposite the postoffice will of Call, u>nl* or f e/ for frmm ticket. of admittance.
I in order that it may give even stronger support to every measure tlH< IH lice itltH" all.I.up \Vtl1i* as

S and send out to all .points an attractive propaganda thai will result in I the be will It be is to given be the hoped tha'i Inughnuur."I in* \\hat" )on I" lurldil want. II. n. H.incoilt.. They will b. i*.u*
bringing more people to the city and the surrounding country.It age ithull .'(erve, and that the : '
I. '''II SXI.K hart-1 m..loI 1111.1'1' i \ '
and shall enable The 'trade will increaRe. Such. ..,.. p.. CENTRALDRUG STORE
is to be hoped that such situation will. prevail continually \\ ii uMi'd 'inly a fnu. }{I\H r> irular -
la market has t been considered bv $100 tna Gazette to carry out all the plans that have been formulated for a betterment :other communities needed eau b.( airanK..*! .".*t Sarah I'nMilt. '-

of all conditions. These will prevail if the sentiment of loyally and I'onvl'niencp-an.' it as is a believed most that Mal.hctliBinit. . 47-11 PHONES
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fealty to one's city shall come uppermost. Then will this publication be : proper encouragement will be given .' \ ; : I'.ANTS--un.' ; .. IhoumindinhbaKi Day 41 Night 1\

I the stronger and the better- nd, with it. the city and the country will the project here. I I n..] Hi* pLifitn S;? Mil err| Charl hoilfUl nlownake Illl \ .1.Id I.-
become the more progressive, the more wealthy the more productive the 1 B. O'Bannon W. F. Forbes C. S King, KlBMiinii, .., l-'la 45-lf
Acree and F. M. Morton addedto -
more attractive. the lint of growers who will\) participate I I 1'-"I-i. \ ,J.-3-r-Kim.-red, Ilium Jar53 :
h..1 Y\ill fattosoon.
MOX\ 01)1 \\
I, in the showing of fresh'I
1 I HHO h HhoalK Hanv l h"'ed.l till
t j PRICES OF GOOD LANDS market stuff."CHARITY have l Ic.-.i "InorulH I.M| K 1' Mmpie. "-
... . faun
"Jm-k Kim" 4.-3l-x
1 - i. :: ____ =
_, VALUATIONS placed upon lands throughout the state will convincethe 'FOR SIKOn. account' of the death
LONG AND IS KIND" of Mi A. I 1C Vooi hei's. Ills "',timersear !
new-comer from the north or .the west who may. desire to settle, in .Is offered lor Mule ('",. I. .In I .

Florida and here make a home that there is no' place to be found where Tuesday was utilised as "tag day" bnrKaln goodandlllon See Mrs itnil Vonrhees will 1*.< ,Hold uppirMnln at .

and Osceola by the King's Daughters of this city, I'dni'udii'V, tit- .
f so excellent opportunities now exist as right here in Kissimmee Ptiutrt. alter i' -

,\ county: Land about Moore Haven far down the state close to the southwestern and a considerable sum was takenin tober. --27-- -- 45ifFOR 'I .. ..
by that association. It might betaken
i borders of Lake Okeechobee. are held at from $100 to $600 SM.F. Ponlis. Saddle llormsland '
per as peculiar that a tag was' mnr H. S&O up SinV K Car '
acre. Lands within ten miles of Barlow in Polk county cannot be recuied purchased by every employee of The mer', Ton man. Xi w Kil-n I'lnnlatlon .

at less than from $200 to" $600 per acre-and these are prices on Gazette-even though the society Tho"neat ..NurcooHHif.. KlMMlnimcf.Pla Kla. or A 42-if K | HOT
sent out of the city to have the tags __ _ _ -.1 POINTELECTRIC
I' .. Lands equally as good as those mentioned may be secured at the .econd-hand
printed but it would that FOR SA.E--rood!: KurdcaiB
; appear
Kis immee figures far less than those mentioned .
+ present time near at that the home-folks who are in favorof Sam (3. Hagadale Phone ZS ;

and. with no intention of casting aspersions upon those lands, it may be patronizing home industry believein 31IfFOR ,

4 truthfully asserted that the Osceola lands are fully the equal of the other heaping; the proverbial coals of SALE--Hnraed MulCB Inquire i'

1 .tract Because of these facts The Gazette would urge that while the fire upon the heads of those boost- of J. Jl. Mllb-r. 1tf i HEATER

low the best time what be for ing for:'s good cause. Between the CABUAUK PLANTS-One hundred .,
ii desired .
prices are ranging' to secure may tags and the luncheon served the society thousand cabbage plants Chnrlen. .. "
future 'lite. Lands in and about Kissimmee are slated for an advance in secured a net profit of about town Wakrfleld at $2.00 per thousand I H H HHM
. A I.. King, KUMmmee, Fla.
values at an early date; 160., .I 45-tt
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'. ' BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVE"CARDS FOR 8ALE3-14 acre tract cleare'd.line
j SUCCESS TO LAKELAND'S EVENING PAPER lake front near iflseimmee. of the Radiant portable "
FOR HOLIDAY AND GIFT USE One ofprettiest building sites In type,
.- the Slate. Thin la a bargain. J. 1':.
FOLLOWING nine years'of successful issuance of IIn evening paper Those who may desire "somethHjr Mattocks Mt Dora Fla. 37-tf. design. Especially adapted to ,

the Telegram, of Lakeland, opens its tenth year with promise of still greater out of the customary" fdr use duringthe LOST I

business. The Hetheringtons have published an extremely newsy and clean holiday8-t'ards and folders as warming small rooms bath
dainty as an angers wing"will be LOST-FmAI> collie puppy; marked ,
; paper and they have merited the support given a* the years passed> ; and delighted at viewing the samplesnow with black and white Reward for

,, I i there is now promise of a still better publication when the new press is on hand. It wifl well repay all Hardware return to Company Karl Lupfr Kl( .lmm Onrcola*?. rooms, etc. Also fine for ,drying -

installed. The Telegram hat successfully weathered all the financial storms who may be seeking- something special 47-It. .

which have beset it. and cleverly trimmed its tails to all other tempests at not prohibitive prices to call LOST-Cranlt for Oakland car. Reward the hair after shampoo.
at the office of The
once at Gazette If returned to Kl..ctrlc Cafe,
bothered and The Gazette wishes it
which have : unlimited gains in all the '
: and see the showing: Broadway Kl.nlmmc., Fla. 47-1tx
s 1 purposes !it may undertake.
_uuuuuu.I CENTRAL DRUG STORE FOUND Price $12.00

black taffftts belt two Inches wide
TO FAIR TREATMENT SECRETARY IS HUSTLER concert to be given at the Casino throe yards Ionic. Owner have
next Tuesday e'8ening,-when same by applying At B.
In speaking i 1, D.: Wood has been Secretary Gladys Rice, the wonderful soprano,I ,
totrists who look ore*- this state of the Chamber of Commerce will,.appear, beforeKissimmee au- I
; r dung the months when winter's for but.. limited period, is fast making dlenc> promises to be an especially)) MISCELLANEOUS. "WINCHESTER GUNS AND AMMUNITION"FOR .
eh 1 cause them to seek some milder an excellent reputation for .beinga fine affair' ) lime. and of those who because hustler along all lines of progress assisted by Adeline Packard a Mattresses tt5MATTRESS renovated. FACTORY made like

; oft some extortion, return to' their -..and allows nothing of value to the violinist, of national repute, adds new one-third the cost of a newone. .. )-
homes with the idea that, all Florida city or the surroundingcountry to zest to the; Interest already display K Bryant street, Orlando
rF .eeks to be unfair wben opportunity be ed. The advent of these artists is Florida. T-ltx '
ignored. ; .Woodbeck is most ACTION. WANT
comes* the Lakeland Telegram says: loyal to every Interest that will due solely to the desire upon the CLERKS, (men women) over IT. for ..
I *Such visitors weald be of benefit Postal Mall Service. I1S5 month.
no 'into. part of the management of .the
bring the city more prominencend
i's.s to Florida. The moral of the ..* thus, far his plans harm, been Central Druc-tore-a.a all communities Experience unnecessary.of examination For writ freeDartlculara
t situation Is that the tourist mast be productive success.If I are not thus -favored. It is but R. Terry, (former Civil Service Examiner ,
approached in a spirit of friendly was the promoter of the "Dol lost to the: promoter that due credit ) U41'Continental Blue..
i .- peratlon. Sell .them .upplits atreasonable be that the belief Washing-ton. D. C.
lar:Day": whiehproved: .so enccessful 'given ana general
price. Cease the parnirlotts that soother dayof the same tort that these! artists come her at the BBCOND HAND OOOD8. boiR-ht, sold R. G. MINICK

custom of "raising: rents andother will'occur -before the holiday are instance of. outside .parties shall be and repaired. The Casino.. 44-tf I ,
tourist ..
In the
expanse uon. dispelled
Y' < I terminated It is through'-his work WANTED.
Let them understand that they
that the interest in the
curb market
t'etlwhatl 1( they need here cheaper was' commenced ,*nd there is every NonCE WANTED.-To buy one or two flrst- ..
t than they can bringwith It with them. ',.belief that the will be asucceag class, well-trained bur4-/pogs; pointers Drugg *t
'. ) Let i them ''return a kind feelingnotjonly -, !' from the preposition first It On and after Ipvember 1b,- my offices preferred: would consider IJewellyn .(' .
} day. was or Irish Settlers. R. D. ''W..r
'J>" for the physical features of will be located at my 'residence, '
I through his work' that the membership Inc. Orlando Florida. 47-4t.
P +it they state. but for the people who i I of the Chamber of Commerce corner Clyde avenue and Emmett 'i Store -
K J cuat: men)' not as a gold mine ta be I hat shown;, handsome street. ,WANTED dlnlnrooin" irlrr at theOrayatone tie
t I so a growth. Hotel. In
? '. .4 lire] ;here. Treat them as legitimate,] And all'inquiries regarding the city 47-1V DR. R. M. BUCKM'ASTER' Immediately. Apply person 47-lt
1 cmtomers> to be retained by good I]I{i OE: the adjoining'country receive an Phone 3 KISSIMMEE; FLORIDA Phone 3
I <1' treatment!Snot as a gold\ mine to beI Immediate answer from his office. PERTAINING TO CHURCHES WANTBD-grfWould like to ft work In

worked. to the limit while it lasts."j J.' D. Woodbeck is pronounced an store clerking.or 1 ertlllJV: Johnston.experiencedIn IBI

rt i' AUTY OF AUTO CAMP I It. able secretary. ".. ,... .Clauda Mitchell street. 41-ltx FREE Saturday and Monday Only .FREE[[ ...

1 I H&LD NEW RESIDENTS RESIDENT INDIGNANTOVER : Rev. W. H. Dresch. Pastor I WANTED parkins.Would: orances like In to or get out workat of Two cakes of Jergen's Bath Tablets with each one dollar purchase!

1 , Traveling I HIS LOST VOTE 10:00 a. m.--Sunday school. I city. MI. JoHoston. Box M 47-lt This is an excellent Bath Soap and regularly retails for 3Oc. 'Most
j through Florida insearch' 11:00 a. m.Worship. Subject:
of a auitable place In whichto I "The Good "Fight of Faith." 1 FARMERS--Bend today for a free people take advantage of these Week-end sales which cost absolutely .

f a open a plant for the manufacture S. A. Bogue,, who has been a voter 6:30: p. m.Christian Endeavor. and ample Stockman copy of, published the Florida at Farmer Jack- nothing and in most instances. save themselves twenty-five\ to 6fty
and and "Mrs. R. MeCulloek, of Jackson was intensely grieved on Tuesday 7:30: m.-Worship. Subject dalrylair. poultry citrus fruit
p. We offering for sale while the supply lasts A
when he approached the voting-booths and truck In.. weekly, st 11 If* per are Thirty-Page, Com-
Mie ,"n, made a stop at Orlando.At "The Absent Disciple. vear-three for 1100. On)7livestock )
yesrs for
school which
Book the
because in his had position sold before the ad-
I that point the travelers were I- some way name meeting. and general farming.paperIn big
- t t v told,: that the only available place been omitted from the list of legal 7:30: p. WMnesdav: prayer' the stste. Write.,.. today vance in paper for lOG Now if this paper was available it would

, ; ': f for What the proposed was at Fort I' voters.who There were numerous residents 7:30: p. m.-Thursday: choir prac- WANTED-O1r'o: take Niir.i-..' cost at least 15c or I8c. While they last they'll go at 5e. Several
make oath that
and' they started for that Mr. tice. training at Morrell Memorial Hos"pltnl. :
? of good high quality Lead Pencils that
'' gross are being retailed at
i Bogue had voted In this city several Lakeland Florida. Cnll In
location. When
1' JlftE.> arl.t ramp .in Kissimmee they they saw times-but he arrived here too late Christian Church person .at :.heedah08r to R learn N., 8up particulars . from 8c to lOc elsewhere. While they last these will go at only 5c.

I 'S corn need to bolt about the city-- to swear inhis vote. "I'cant see 4. r
then decided to remain.. Mr. McCul- why my name was taken off the list. Rev. W. 11. Coleman, Pastor. Just arrived a complete line of Genuine Ever Sharp Pencils, from
n.S lotk has leased'* portion of Reed's who Said Mr. Bogue. There are many WANTED In the City-Lady of or KlffslYnmr Oentlotnari for Agent Watkins $1| $10. No better gift made.
know that I am a tax-payer here.that Sunday November 7. .. .
Known Everywhere )
Famous Producta.
bimsIS.lnand hasmanufa4are of sweet I I have voted here -for several 10:08'nI.. .+-Simcay school Rig Profits. Write J. R. And never forget these delicious makes of of candies, the best made

1(t, a dainties: and declares that he will I years, and that this is my horns-town. 11:00 a, m.-Sermon. Watkins Co., 67 Memphis. Tenn-h'JI Liggett's.. Old Log, Cabin and Johnston's.

t remain here a. a regular resident if I I certainly; wanted to vote and figured 7:30 p. rn.-Evepb1g sendee. : p

r'r, k .> fu.t.ih."It "s"1t,. build ,up. a business that will . drop -1... ballot reach; :Kissimmee but found IB that timeto I I A cordial 'we3corne for everyone. FOR RENT At Kissimmee9 Best Drug Store ,
....-- .. I ''I FOR RENT-Larre cool ned j j'o. 'c'
I'4I ;( was dropped instead. I cant understand The sh 'I of cecoannt. makes. a rooms

4 ,.e ..t-crf., r.r.... "Vailsy Oas.U*. it* 1;tsuperior charcoal.: light garage housekeepingapartments at tit Cburcb: at. .anda ._.. .. J;

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log into>"th lr new home corner coM4mE

l *. WEATHER, e %" EPOL i Jfeavmont, [avenue and Bryan street, This <<. ('r See, Our\ 1Gf/( ff ray fL"J tamed' ,
wnllh! they. recently purchasedfrom Clip Coupon. and Brim: J ft : .
Official. Bulk tin'>* datly'terM7; +i Professor R.J.M., );valUl FOR A BRIEF SESSIONON PERS6NALGREET1NG
peratture ndvpredpitatloBr furnished -. 1 _f.- and-Hi,., Wi 7R.: Coleman.
i by the KUimme Cooperative who have been residing at 114 Main I
,; +, U. S. Weather Bureau 4 tret; have stored their household IN PAYING ADMissiON'MOti. ROUTINE TOPICSRoutine I '
Station, for' the 'week,, 'endlns: 4, belongings,\and have taken quarter DAY ONLY. NOVEMBER 8. .. THE'HOLIDAYSKissimmee "
; : Thursday. .November 4, ,,,1920. : .0 at the WestfaH house 123 DaHin; -' ,
Commencement of "
+ + 1 iivenue. Rev. Coleman will henceforth Magnificent Batumi Seemed To COMsome Valley Gazette
t oOo.\ Max. Mln. Rain a Serial ? ;
have his study at.the Christian ,
The Portion of The
Major .
Friday h_...._.,,75 67 4 church,' where he may be found each, THE LOST CITY"' .. .. *. ...',.' . .. . . .: ... .. '
i.. *' Saturday.._,..___ 78 60 4 morning, Tune Devoted to Brief Seuioa . .. ...... .........*..<" ." . -
00 Sunday""___i; ___ 80 80 4 This Coupon Good For I5c Mon: ,"

4 Monday._! ?___.. 77 63. 4 NINE, YEARS BUSINESS: day Evening Only With all members of the board ., .
Tuesday_____. 83 76Wednesday ,+ 1 STARTED WITH 400.00 Clip l it-anJ'Bring With YouSPARLING'S present, and with the usual ,officers & LI' -
63 48f ,.
______ 85 gathered, the commissioners 'of Os- '
__..___. 84 68, . --- ceola .-
Thursday held
--- ----- - ---- -- county the regular monthly
On the fourth of November \ .v
4aaa4aaa day .
: meeting on Monday for a half-day
.oa 4aaaaaaao 1911. George M. Taylor started ''nto session. The clerk of the board was OpeningI ,
. -- -- -_ the grocery business in Kissimme ARE TO BE PROTECTEDSome busy at his desk caring for the bills ; ; .,
with a capital of four hundred dol-
J' r for which vouchers were being made, 0 ,
lars in- money, a lot of pluck, and time since Jack Sparling and the records
of the
one invoice of nerve. That wasn't brought from one of. t'lakes Iving previous .
of the
! ] ITEMS OF A WEEK i great deal with which to open) << a a cone
business in these modern days-although nnirs of birds of which he does not of St. Cloud acting as clerk I Announcement ;
in time aback know the andat the
many years name, same pro tern. Several{ petitioners ad.j'
> Cary D. 'r.andlll-! PeLand, spent men have started with a great deal time, secured a $zen young alliga dressed the board session .
Wednesday in town on legal matters less. and made good. tors. He cared! for the queer bun h, one being E. J. Stewart owner of ,
0 ,
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Randall : Nine years have passed since the tamed them' so far as possible and property lying eastof St. Cloud, who
.1 1 Keen, on Wednesday, October 27, a I Ison. date of that business-and M. a short time since placed them all desired the commissioners to take ':"' '
I Tnylo is still In pay- in the lake near the bulkhead. He decisive steps regarding the safeguarding Commencing( Thursday t ,
'"II' his bills even discounting them. goes there to feed them, and :baRhopC.'S of the city by the placing
The Kissimmee Concert has
One of his eons is doing; an excellent that they will propagate and
of cattle November
guards along a portion of
been engaged to play at Sanford '.'
onArmistice business in Haines City: another i* thrive,. and if this shall be the cane the highway through his t
Day-next Thursday. 'oing the// same in St. Cloud: "as for there will be an attraction out of property. The extending desired improvement ,.1. f' ,

o Mrs. Claude Lee, of Baltimore, arrived 'he originator of the business he the' ordinary. Within a few dave he was-agreed to by the board and the ," .
i here last week to look after still be found at the Palace I ''NO'
may has found that some boys, with a, work will be done at an early date. ., ,i .
bef orange crop.C. Grocery wondering; where :he can desire -1 o destroy, are potshots Following approval of several
Donegan ,returned home Sunday find room to "spread out" in area at all of them and fear the minor matters: and > the signing of The' ', I
from Deer Park for a few days' re because of the increase of traffic. destruction of them, or, at least i uchers the body made its adjourn- Gray stone .DinihgfoomsKISSIMMEE -
,laxation. lie has a nice five thousand dollar their being driven away'.he appliedo ment. ,
Dr. W. L. Winn'B offices are now home--and it is rumored among ) the council Wednesday evening .
located upstairs over the post of- those who best know him that he for relief. The council wil Hake such ; J
fice. 36tfC. never worried by an overdraft. It steps as are possible to protect both I Dyson 534; Buford 162, Gober 5nd; opened for full service, under new management, with the promise < '
might be a'dded, also, that a large birds and alligators! and the marshal Amos 144 14
McCarthy Northup I
M. )Montsdoca of Loughman, that each of will be the
porportion of his success in business will that day operation better't
formerly of St. Cloud. spent) << Mondayand see no firearms are dis 526; Ewing 38, Hunt 489, Luning J t;
has been duepersistent! and con-
charged. 129; Junkin 450, Sheats 154; Hall
in the
Tuesday city.L. ii..tent adv illlnl'-for! the columnsof "" 456, McRae 112 Porter 61; Axtell 1
A\ Ciueswaz and S. J. Entrikin, I The Guzette always carry a clever FUEL OIL COMPANY 30. Ellis 101, Marsh 466, Pettingill
lof St. Cloud, motored into town nnouncpmnt from his pen 455, West 111 Baird 28 Crom 444. \
yesterday.Dr. He has. a finely arranged store, MAY CUT CONTRACTTAX MeDougal 12, ;Wells 115; Over-street Special Attention Will be Given to \\
and Mrs H. S. Geiger have end sDonda the major portion of his MONEY NEEDED 235; Godwin :342. ,
moved their residence to corner of time in sitting back in a tiny cubbyolc Overstreet 3f1R; Bass 186, Comer
Vernon avenue and Verona street of an office still! making plansfor (Continued From Pare One. ) 596; Pledger 297; Barber 427, Harris Banquets, Parties'and Social Functions, ;k<

f'aptnin S. A. Buck arrived this the future and wondering why monthlar in excess of the amount 36fi; Bandy 454; Farmer 390 Funk ft
week from Auglenea, New Jersey, he didn't start in business at an earlier ."nruated! by tIe t\ board when the 1425; Ovcrstreet 243; Davis 269( Ibn- Where Perfect Service Desired .
to look after his grove property in 1 date--although prior to the time I 'ontrnct was signed.;/ That contract sell 153; Wetherbee 204; Bass 333;
a north Kissimmee. of stalling up he didn't have the was at eighty cents. the barrelwithall MrClellund 18<); Johnston 311; Bass "
E, W. )Ionean arrived in the city tour hundred. Rub him the right way I excess shipments' to be chanted I 220; Lanier 199; Barber 452. Hull'''
ind no man wants a better friend at the. 2f5; Lee 54T. Yowell 200 Kleinman "
last week from Waldo' on a visit to -troke him the adverse way and the been 162 Cummings 401, Porter 383: I
relative Mr. Donegan still holdsto creeping up till it is now at' : '
Ki..simmee ns his voting place. "quills be upon termed the fretful smooth porcupine"wruld compared the $2.90 point-nnd still increasing.It For Amendment 36; against II i THE GRAYSTONE MENUS J
Amendment 4J1: !.
was KupDoned that 990 harries I i iI
fartriv Mr.! and left Mrs yesterday C. Griffln automobilefor and; vith forth.the sarcasm that he will put month would be an ample supply for I It was indicated by the vote of i Will be carefully selected by a competent chef, and will be ;;Ji
the vent: Ht bemuse of unvual demands | Tuesday that no matter just how
:Miami, where they will reside the Yet, any way matters go GeorgeM. made the light plant I II prepared by an expert in' cullinary art under direct

comingwinter.. : Taylor, after nine year: in business -! there has been upon dnrincr-some months |affili-ations !.1 supervision of Mr. W. C. Lyon, who has for
Thillips' packinghouse!: is an extremely in a good 'itizen-and a good nn excess of as high as 559 barrels, lion toward the plan of placing a I
busy spot at the present citizen is entitled to be congratulated and this brings the average cost of bonded indebtedness upon the state years been connected with'the belt

time. Two care per day are being upon his success.! }K- fuel to a once not justified by to the extent of twenty million dol-i I diningrooms found in this
shipped-which amount will be increased - ---- the receipts of the ,I| lars.The ve on that point in Os-
from day to day. KISSIMMEE NEEDSA The plan seemingly; considered the | reola county is given as "For," 90; I country
Mrs Belle Lee, of Baltimore has HUNDRED HOMES better wa to use the maximum "Against," 1048. I
arrived in Kissimmee to spend the FOR THIS SEASONc.o"lInu'd quantity of oil at the .t stated i price ; -; I
winter among old friends. Mrs. Lee ind' then finish. out the month with | Bargain In Real Estate
formerly lived here and still has a This will lessen the expense Reservations for tables for'parties, with all details, may be secured S
from face On*)
host of friends in this city who are and tide over matters until the plant I Three houses of three rooms each by applying in person or by mail to the managers
weial"efforts 1 should be made all
cordial by lot 104x147 feet West end of
always glad to extend her a recovers from the extra expenses Ion
,$ welcome on her periodical visits. who are approached by those who which have been found necessary Lake street. With artesian well.
seek homes to interest the newcomer Price $1260.Sulendid '
during recent months. When thereis f & Paddock
Don't cuss, noi" say it can't be done ,in some of the most adaptable I wiltiT rtesian Lyon
consumption fifteen hundred
if that repaired tire didn't hold. I ; Kites. and assist in a of gardeni
1 ing to ae< well; on ton three '
have built them for Simply hUi1d'j barrels of oil the average cost per KISSIMMEE: FLORIDA
I )'ears '
data .
Much plans and as might barrel touches the $1.90 mark\ ; and ] streets; size 258x300 feet, with five
bring your next repair job to ThuBroadway the purchase of the lot and the the council finr"* that\ such cost )cannot -1 houses of three rooms each.. Price
with DixieService
Station.Tire Hospital, 463t. Ion of a comfortable***cottage or be indulged in. |$2000.. J, M. WiHson. Owner. 46-4t r
hundred of such
bunpalow. Several I
the meantime there is need for
That the is making ready for 'dwellings would be occupied this -- .
city sea-I Ithe[ immediate payment of funds due I
the regular winter concerts' may be ion were they now ready. oil 'company, and the only way .
noted from the improvement madeat I The one residence to he erected by such funds can be secured is for the ,
the bandstand. A new floor was I the "pool" formed recently at a payment a.t once of city taxes. Sucha I .
. laid the latter part of the week, and meeting at the rooms of the Chamber course. was agreed upon by the '
: since that time the structure' has of Commerce will be but a trifl- members of the council; each ,'was
'+ been graced with paint. This stand 'ng commencement of what may fol- to make settlement at the moment of

', t' is new ready for the opening con- 'bw if the sentiment for building up the tares due the city, and was tp .WELCOME
I\('> cert which will be given .on Sunday: 'he city shall be continued. There urge the' need upon others. The situation -
ire those who should enter,
afternoon is Considerable
a peculiar one. .
building proposition upon a large
sumsare due on taxes to the
LPontr manufacturer of attractive .
F. X.
-rale.and there should be seen ; "
.itY'- rot there is always a tendencyto
souvenir plaques and var- oft
all directions and in all portions
ious other novelties from the wood >'e city new buildings in the courseof delay such payments' ; and efforts .
to obtain for a short time from oth-
of the coconut palm left at an erection. The transfer and owner- TO
er sources taxed the ingenuity of
hour this morning for various
early evidence
hip of a residence is not the
finance committee, to whom was
points on the east coast-taking tt growth; it is the new resident or y
with him a Urge supply of his hand- 'he creation of a new bungalow that added the new council member Howard '
Katz At a late hour last eventing Our Ninth
some wares.Don't. helps make the showing needed by Anniversary .
-, -- -, I I bat: little success was made, but
inv community. I it is still the hope that today may ,
Realty dealers and agents! are I
bring forth some new plan by which admitting the lack of hous- the needed funds be secured. '
I 'ng facilities. Said the head of the I may Thursday Saturday.rth'TII '
Neglect I Breaker agency: "If I had them I'm 'DEMOCRACY LOSES \ j : '
sure I CQuld rent at least two hundred '
cottage" Others in the same i HARDING ELECTED ; : >

YOUR TIRES! line are squally!! emphatic in declaring November 4 : : November .
..,.; the lack. Possibly and.probably (Continued from Pare One) ,. IU :. .
all wants cannot be fined this Ewing 21, Hutot 73, Luning 321; n-.' ,. ,- .' "
season-bat efforts and actions Junkin 85, Sheats 337; Hull 66, Mc- ., .. .... ..... I
'-'. BLOWOUTS RIMCUTS. should hasten.,the formation and active Rae.274, Porter 59;' Axtell 30, Ellis i JI.+..
operation of the building and 254, Marsh 69, Pettingill 68, West " ) .
J PUNCTURES loan avsociation now under !Wy in 288; Baird 16, Crom 64, McDongal the Taylor System .

.':"; SNAGS AND BLISTERS order that the effects may be felt the 18, Wells, 293; Overstreet 340'; God- _. .. :
sooner, win 319. KISSIMMEE 'STORE ,: ; .
REPAIRED AT SMALL COST It behoove '.Yen' person who can Overs tree t 384; Bass 818 Comer
possibly d<> so. to' erect a email cottage 158; Pledger 847; Barber 414, Harris .' ,
one of the sort which will at- 51j; Bandy 376; Farmer 426 i
) DOUBLE YOUR MILEAGE tract the ey4 and one eo planned as Funk 92j; Overstreet 267; Davis-; 60, ESPECIALLY EQUIPPED AND: STOCKED FOR

to 'be convenient in all ways. There Hansell! 884; Wetherbee --288; Bass '
' ?. .. BY HAVING YOUR REPAIRS vould be no difficulty in disposingof :262; McClelland 262: Johnston 807)) The 5wjte: : Trade .' '
'f ': CARED t FOR AT ONCE. : 'it.-or, if such was not the desire, Base 811; Lanier 2731, Barber !78, . .
; there would always be found. renter . Hull 289; Lee 60. Yowell '430; Klein- .

, j : for it. Ktesimmee' must have several man 268; Cummings 64, Porter 282. 24 Lb. Pillsbury Flour _______________..$1... No. 10 SaowJrift ..' ".,,.. .. .J ... ..': ... V

I Carry A' Choice of New 'Tire ,take.hundred on ,the such appearance homes U of it steady i i. to For! Amendment 808. 23,;_K againstAmendment rjWe&ct 24: Lb*. Self Ra; D8..FIou.---------_:.J. l.TS" :I4P. .t vrt..... .f i!*. --:""' --< - : : ......., ,

T-rf-Ttlb,4. and active ;growth.,. ".t" ' "-No, 10, MaIbe erty ,SUk, i Lb. Granulated 'Sagar _LJ__________ JII gall Van Camp'MiL; Doken__ ____-__.:,1'"$
-.,- . .,. --- -e. 'Allen 1 Archibald '
t -- -- -_ - ; 9, Brelsford 9,
- i Lester AlfordWorks t Vukanizing i rCasino Caraballo 6, Chubb 9, dough 1. Corr 10 Lb*. White Corn Meal_______________ .Jt No. 3 tan Pumpkin _;>_._..__.:.._____..: .11 f "A

TheatreFOR 7', Drummond 2, Jou.. 7, Knott 7, 10 Lbv Hudnets Crib ...____________-_- .Jt No. I Rout Beef; '3 fu._,...__----- :.E5 .,

WEEK OF NOVEMBER 8 8 Locke, Sharon 2, .Moffett 7; Smith's.1. McAuley Wells 7,1,Wtent-Pope 10 Lb*. Fancy Whole Rice -----.------- .f!.. 6'h'oz.' Pure Apple Je 7.:.... .._ ___:. -15tz (y I

worth 8.Cheney. No. 2 good Sugar Corn_____,-_..._______ .15 coca, Green Coffee _____..___:._:.:_..:-- _R t.
107 Broadway Kissimmee. MATINEE: 4 Pi; M. NIGHT 7:15 1 Fletcher 13 Klock 1 : ,
Bowen, '3, Sean, 12 Gay, 3, Hardee; No. 2 Early Jane Pea.__________________ .1 Best Green Coffer ______. _--i: : ; :

M....,, N....... 8 11, Van Darer 1; Crawford 11, [)y- No. 2 Table Peaches ___-________,_______ M r )'lor.* Pure Coffee: ground _.....:::._:.i .zt i'

- .. "The Whisper Market" starring Co- son 8j; Buford 10, Gober Hunt 8; Amos 1 Luning. 11, No. 2 Table rear. ____________________ .25 1100 I..b6.. Oats _+______.___..;__.;:'___.:;2Ji
f.i Northup 4j; -Ewing 2, I
rinne Griffith.. Also the first episode 11; Junkin 8, Sheats 12; Hull- 2, No. 2 Stringiest Bean ________-___.----- .15 100 Lbfc Short ___?____.._______.__ 125

WANTED of the "LOST CITY" Mcrae 11, Porter 2; Axtell 1, Ellis No. S Blue Karo Syrup' ________________ .48 100 Lb. Scratch '?;..._._____-______ S45 '
6, Marsh 2. West 10: Crom 6. Wells
S... One With A VUJon fie Tuesday, Gladys Rice Recital 6j; Overstreet 18j; Godwin 12. No. 10 Blue Karo Syrup________________ JK 2 pkg Macaroni _____ '._______________ .15

Bd..... in KUnmmee sad fie Wednesday, November 10 Overstreet 16j; Baas 11, Comer 3; No. S Dunbar Syrup _____--...__.:_______.. .so I, Lb can Maxwell House Coffee__________ ASI

Has A Little Money t. Invert! "The Forbidden' Trail" starring Buck Farmer Pledger 16 14j,; Funk Barber 1; 16j Overstreet; Bandy 15j 15j;; No. 10 Dunbar Syrup _________________ 1M I Lb. can, St. Regis Coffee_____________ ..45I

153,328 feet most of itin. Jones. Also a Rollins comedy starring Johnston 14; Lanier 13; Lee 6j; Yow No. 4 Cottolene .______________________ J8 I Lb. can sDelmonte Coff__l____________ MI r
square the Little Nigger. ell 5.For.
truck garden; two artesian wells; Amendment 8; against Amend- No. 8 Cottolene ___________--__________IM I Lb. can Senate .Coffee_.____________.\ .45. I

eight houses of three rooms each. Thursday, Nerember" 11 ment 3. No. 4 Snowdrift ___________-___...;..___ J5 'S Lbs. 'Graaula Sugar _.___,;.. ..:_.. Jf9 :"
The land fronts 416 feet on Lake -- --
"Food For Scandal. starring Wanda Precinct No. 4, St. Cloud. " ,
street, 300 feet on Union street Hawley. Also Palhe New.1': Allen 37, Archibald 697, Brelsford ,_ .
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and 300 feet on Alley street. Located % 683, Bryant 37, Caraballo 127, Chubb I ,
three blocks from the cent Friday Nevesaber 12 672, Clough 110, Coffin 20, Corr 116 Butt o* ceatdcBte never betrayed. We attrfUtt ew SMCMC to tie pal juifmtmt af our aete.erg ,.,' t
ter' of Kissimmee. Also 16 lots Drtttnmond 6 Hay 7 Henri 6 Jackson
; in North Kissimmee and one cor- : Mary Miles Minter. Also a two- 3, Jones 109 Knott 115, Locke WE SOLICIT THE'PATRONAGE OF THE WHITE PEOPLE '
; ner lot at Lake street and Central 8. Moffett 6, MeA ley 9, Nanney 9.
, t I avenue. All for $3500. Terms reel comedy. O'Kelley 1. Pillsbury 2, Pope 665, -

, A to suit. Saturday, N....... 13 Richards d. Sharon 109; Smith 638. :
' one
q wiU make some money Smith 28 Wells 111. Wentworth 671., Taylor :
,.'ri Some one "?MEF Pearl White. Two System 's:
f on U\is investment.' ,-- Cheney 682, Fletcner 168 Klftek ,
a reel Monkey Comedy. 3. Bfartfn 9; Bowen .618;i Hunt 32, ,
?.11 J. M. WILLSON Sear 216-; Gay' 624,.Rent** 222, Van '.r ,4'11 .
.. MATINEE/EVERY DAY AT 4 P. M. Dozer 8, Whitaker 8; Crawford 161, x rt :- ",?' i

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< tell just the 'results' >t' :hii day because J.,. W.,.THOMPSONFuneral

and couldn't get around to help f Director DR.
wait on' the customers; and although

MEETING APPROVAL \ INTO EVERY STATE my clerks were awfully busy they '
-.. couldn't wait on all the trade so '
succeeded before
in getting away ] LICCNSEDAEMBALMER .
OF PRACTICAL MEN That Kiwimmee Pas Retard to The they could buy. So' it looks as if : .

Automobile Tourist Being Told the business' was a, good one, doesn'tit I OSTEOPATH

Over The United States.Nearly . ? I should say'that Dollar Day Store. and .Chapel, Stewart Ave.
One Grower' Produced More Bushel was a huge 'sUccess!I" 1 KISSlMMiyi FLOH1DA -

Must Be Removed of Rite; 'OD'' Four Acre Than BusheU every city in this state and .' STATE BANK BUILDING
of the progressive towns LEWIS O'BRYAN r
of Corn on Fifteen Acre has provided a spot known as a P. O. BOX 135 .P. O. BOX 135 ATTORNEY.AT..LAWW'amer Phone No. 162

"free auto camp/' where those who I
To the county comnmslonorn on may be seeking; a change of environment Building.

1 house the Monday P. A. Stroup, one of the for health purposes, or 0. SIMPKINSTAILOR .. ..- ----- .. - ---:,_---- r
7-room on owners!! and promoters of the Fish those who may be merely "SeeingAmerica
Lake Ranch, showed the necessity of First," or where those. who ..X'XM: -<-'M -< 0" M4+:,-<>H+ -- >H+H-""

southwest corner some surveys being needed upon the look for some upo.t! to their liking/ and -HATTER: ---
properties owned by himself and associates may make an investment of some : '
Main and Lake berausp of .the running of anew I I sort or may even select a site upon Osceola County .
road through the land, and the which to erect a home-or secure a Phone, Manhattan Hotel
streets. !I '
last. becoming obliterated lines of the home already built-may be provided -
old road which formed its'northern I with facilities of various sorts to Kiuimmee, Fla. Tax Notice
boundary. The necessary work was make t their "toy'a pleasant one. :
ordered by the board. The Tin Can Tourist' is the title

Apply "I am glad to see The Oa/etttc II of a small publication issued from Hats I clean-Hats I block--
taking up the subfeft of. rice cultureIn Plymouth, Indiana, and circulated
this county* said Mr. Stroup. "for' among the thousands who arp look- My work "is solid as a rock.
it.will mean great/ deal if the farmers ing for a place to go, or a convenient
: A. S. REED will take up the ,matter as they I route to reach a certain point. The For /first class service I hold the key, Notice is hereby given that the : :

should. There is. a of i Tourist gives information regarding ;And all my work is guaranteed.
land around Kissimmee that ii especially where these
tho.e communities toooo ooooOtoo adapted for thin culture, and I ramps are to be found, and manydetails I have a "rep"as the "real" hat man tax books of Osceola County will be

the crop is a rood one. Why. on four.I valuable to the auto traveler.A I am known to please you if I can.
: acres of mv land I raised last year recent issue tells of a city on Coun-'
4 We1 Are Now ShippingSweet more bushels of rice, in spite of the I II I I the east roast of Florida which And so long at 1 wear my own pants, | open for collection of State and T'

I primitive! method of threshing and strongly! decreed giving the auto
Potatoes and new Syrupin less in spite! of the vast amount that was I tourists any concessions. ; and contains I intend to allow everybody a chance. taxes for the 1 ()20. on November : :
barrels in loads and car and hauling, thanI year
wasted in working also a letter from a resident My tailoring is A number one.
Write for prices. I
car loads. us raised' bushels of corn on fifteen
!! who took the
of that same city paperseverely
MIZELL-EVANS COMPANY acres. This. is a fart. It .is also a to task for the slam it gave Its unexcelled beneath the sun. | first. I am now ready to furs .

Live Oak Fla. fact that rice will grow on land thatis the auto tourist. Suits I order will please you moat
1 J sour-and will bring it into food In order to put Kissimmee in the
shape; and it will grow on land that I list where some few of its many advantages I can almost /fit your ghost. nish estimates of these taxes. In

iI msv b<> Bubjcct to overflowand! might become the better '
corn rnnnot do this If The Gazettewill known communication was immediately Since no one wants to die for true I
a for furnish
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BETTER THANWHISKEY I writing same please complete
all possible
keep bringing! I sent the Tin ran-TToun Let me do your dyeing for you. :
hear the importanceof
weight to upon nnnoun..i'n that Kissimmee
I wasready
raising rice kM'ninl at the topic.. I I dye to live, I live to dye. 1 of :
for all such visitors; and it i ibelieved i. f legal description) your properts \ -
FOR I feel sure there will be some results that the publication of the My work is known to satisfy. : :i:
will hrnefit the county and the :
that ; missive; in the Tourist will give
city of Kissimmco and,! The Gazette greater publicity to the city of KisMinmee Pressing CleaningAltering, too. f and enclose stamped( envelope I

COLDS AND FLU I itself! nnd, through the city and Making old clothes look like new.I .t
1 Mr. Strolll" experience; with nc-" its booster to the excellence of tin for discount of 2 )
has been dupliiateii! in a small way 1 lines. nei'by Here/ follows a copy I have cigarettes' cigars and tobacco. f: reply. per centf:
t New Elixir, Called Aspiron-i bv numerous residents of the !'ollnt V. of the communication : .

With Latest : but t there were not enouirh entering KissiniHie". 'Florida. too.Tobacco. |::: wil1be allowed on all taxes paid} :'
al Medicated
ho sinoas to just'fv the erection -
intthe I October: 29: 1'JO! : to smoke and tobacco to ? .

t. Scientific Endorsed Remedies, Euro-Used :. wheie of the a mill groin at could some l l he central eared i point foi Editor fader Tin separate Can Tourist over: I ani 1I.'n1 I chew. : during the month of OVelll her. .

;: and by There should, be "it' lr-ist five himdniliur I
r I inn you ii 'ony of The KiesinuncGaze Second hand clollves and shoes I buy. I"
; pean and American Army I <'s of rice grown in Osceola county (; 'tIt.! and You will find therein a C. I L. HANDY 1 )
the en..onnn" the INK"ape Sell them and ,that's he.
j'3 Surgeons to Cut Short a'' should coming be increased "n..h"pnt'. word! about the free auto camp thi"- too no 42.91 :
). Cold and Prevent Compli- Fie) hundred acres' would justify, the city i Is conducting I notice you have The beet chewing gum you ever will I j
,reference, in your late issue regard : .
cations. election" and l maintcnn V o of 1mill intr another city in this state-but I chew
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tn cure for the :10 000 bushels produced wish to understand; that the 1--f
and in three Kissim you pen- I\e got that to sell to you. ,
} Druggist! in IT. S. Instructed win the years of be- ple! of K i."iml1H''P a hearty welcome b4 i40 :+i?.}s"'>->4:M' ?ti'{",,->->:"04-},}pti a a 44-hrs.}<"> .-
: Every mee could! reputation to those who pass through in Quick lunch I serve; so if you wishto I r
to Refund Price I inthe ricemnrket of the state H automobiles, and are pleased! to haethem 1--

"t While You Wait at Count- ;,I will ntlth..m pay one well,hundred to put in farmers five or, and ten abide a hit with us. I am connected eat. **. n. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY i iJACKSONVILLic
with The Gazette, pnd make and take
Walk in place a seat. 1 1COMPLETE
havethe my ,; FLORIDA
rice-where they .
each of
V; er if Relief Does Not Come acres it a practice to visit the camp at
soil adapted for such culture; Shoes shined, too. bet hat. FKHTILIZRRHVBHTILIZBU ;
Minutes. frequent intervals-and I find, you your
Within Two u"u-I
,the be easily .
and iiiluptilnlitv+ may MATERIALS
l'' I ally, that those I meet is the place to it at. t'
learned liv getting in touch with t the Vly place get t PRAYKR8INNKCTICIDRM
cash than I have i
more '
Delightful Taste, Immediate county farm demonstration agent, I.I and usually more brains. Some of To be a winner in life's hard race. I 'A*
Wilson. BUPFLim I
1 f.,' Relief, Quick Warm-Up. : H.In all malarial- --- ---countries-- the pop- the those excellence who come of are the climate impressed, and with the Don't fail to patronize my place. :Wri. I.,).._< rrt. LI.... I''.t lb. Ck.a_.<--k.t Vrl_> alwar. '.1M wllh Um. ltn,

TL<- sensul! :on of tho year In the ular remedy is Iterbine. People findit surroundings and the opportunitiesoffered
\ \ drug und is Aspironnl, the two a good medicine for purifying the here at present to securehomesites
minute cold and cough;: reliefer, atitboritntnely system and warding off the disease at low figures and the)' = ...
I I guaranteed liy Iho laboratories Trice, COc. Sold by Roberson's Phar"are'plRnninR' I ti : teite.1, npprovj-d and most macy. .. i one city in Florida where realty hasnot rr
t'. enthusiastically endorsed, by tho highest I advanced in price, but inside ofa Smokeless and
I ,t. authorities; and proclaimed by FORMER MUSIC DIRECTOR year there will be a different sto-
the common people as ten limes as OF KISSIMMEE HIGH 1 ry. And some of these. travelers, so / Powder
quick and effective as whiskey, rock distasteful to other cities are get
1! and rye, or any other cold and cough NOW AT GAINESVILLE ting wise to this point. I'll be pleased WaterproofMoneyBack

remedy they hare;ever .tried. to send a sample copy of Til- w-- c -
I ; All drug '.0:". are ae-v: .appliedwith Professor R DaWitt Brown who Gazette to anyone who may write o _ "
the wonderful ,new elixir, so all made an enviable reputation in this me-although I'm but a paid writer I .
yon have: to do to get rid of that cold (citv, where he was formerly directorof on' the paper. Here's. luck to the : :
1I, is to step into .the nearest>drug store, music (fn the high school and ."Tin Can Touristl"! .
hand the clerk half a: dollar for a bottle where he is reputed to have formed W. L. THORNDYKE.
of Aspironul and tell him to sere yon what in designated as the best high With The Gazette. i
school orchestra in the state, is now .
two tenspoouftils with four teaspoonfuls : -- --
of water in a glnts. With your at Gainesville The "Florida Alligator New York socialists intend to elect HLsenV
watch in your hand, tale the drink ," t"c college journal, hall this to legislators until the assembly gets :
at one swallow and call tor.your money sav of him : tired of firing them. ,
lack in two minutes if von cannot "The new director ia well pleasedwith
feel your cold fading awny like..n dreams the material at hand this year This Means You
within the time limit. Don't bo bashful and i Is confident the University of When you get up with a bad! tastein
;s+ for all druggist invite t you and Florida will again have one of the your mouth, a dull tired feeling,
to expect you to try It. Everybody's do- best college bands in the country. no relish for food and are constipated -
In git. "Later, Mr. Brown intends to start < you may know that you need a ElV
beginner's class in stringed instrument dote of Chamberlain's Tablets They
when your cold or cough relieved a
,' take the remainder of the bottle lI I which will give every stu- not only cause an agreeable move-
t home to your wife and babies, fort dent a chance to learn some instru ment of the bowels, but cleanse and

u i Aspironal. is by far the safest and most ment. invigorate the stomach and improvethe *.*
effective, the easiest to take and the - digestion.
We are proud of the confidence doctors -
+ most agreeable cold and cough remedyfor DOLLAR
infants end children-Ad.) dnnrcists and public -
In 666 Chill and Fever Tonici-adv. GENERAL VERDICT

. Y Millions for aNew SHEEP AND GOAT SHOW (Continued from Page One) @ V :

AT THE: STATE FAIR usual number of patrons. @F\
R. S. Floyd groceries and meats: -I

Stomach Jacksonville, November 4-What "While we didn't do a great deal on \
w Florida Is! doing! in the sheep and the special articles at the dollar rate
goat Industry will be strikingly displayed we did an enormous business in other -
tt 0. of the greatest American millionaires at the Florida State Fair and ways. Our cash register showedthe

tl said to. bis physician "A million Exposition in Jacksonville November results. and we are well satisfied

y' dollars. Doetor, spot cash and no grumbling 18 to 27. Valuable prizes, too, are ."
it i lit Katz, men's and women's wear Shot-Shells
.E and ,tkear offered in competition )
for a new stomach '*
still have
expected the display will be both interesting and! specialties: We some
the sick'maa groaned and. turned away. / and educational. No ani- of our 'Dollar Specials' remaining/ ,
AH sis wealth could Dot make Mm mal, probably, has anything on the but we had no expectation of selling

.M;' JaapP1'or contented, for happiness largely sheep and gout: in the viewpoint of all of them. But our sales In all You can get: your money back for The Black Shells We make exactly the s
A Without value, and, yet Florida, so far, has lines were most satisfactory, proving
k$,r depends upon digestion. failed to recognize this fact. i that the special .call to the peoplefor if, for any reason at all, you don't like them. Just same guarantee with :'
health, where does happiness? eome, ins the day was; well-heeded. Yes. brine back the unused part of the box, and We will '
After all the stomach plays a great If your child eat. ravenously at our trade was jt'ood-and we feel the of the9t! CARTRIDGESThere i
i' >[art in everyday Ufa. Without a times and. at other, times has no ap well-pleased." refund to you, without; question; price .

,f d healthy. stomach and good digestion our petite' at all, loiok'' out for worms. G. W. Persons Company, Dollar whole box. is no 22 LongRifle '
White's Cream Vermifuge is the Limit Store "Am I satisfied? Ill '
i:'!* blood 1a thin, watery and poor, our- remedy to use. It clears them out. say I am. My business on Dollar The Black Shells have reached so high a'state of cartridge accurate .

heart action is weak, our liver does no* Price, 85c. Sold by Roberson's'Phar-.. Day was magnificent and when perfection in Waterproofing, in speed, in power, and at d..tancelfrolll f
.1' do its ,duty, and man miserable sad R!acy:. there is anything: ofi that sort againyou make this unlimited .so to 250 yards as u.S.iii .
f. '! ahappy. Prevent disease by putting I can count me. I made new customers uniformity-that we can 22 N. R.A. Long Rid
SOUTHLAND GARAGE and I showed my old ones LesmokCartridge..This
: the hous la order and strengtheuingth - "6 system against the farms of disease. OPEN FOR BUSINESS that there were always bargains to" guarantee..BLACK is 50 more yard. of socuracythmha.hitkerro
be found in my place of business SHELLS
\ Dr. Pierce, of th. Invalids' Hotel and The Southland''- IOl'at..d' Waters!'! A Carson Grocery Com-

:-:;1 Burg-leal, Institute", at Bufl' lo: N. Y.. Pessiel avenueis Garage now in, new hand: pany"We'll say that Dollar Day __ ,r? !been possible with 22

th years ago understood dioraws and their W A. EHington who has for years was a food one-and we were after kept the Smokele.r*.n
l prevention, aad he discovered certain been in York the and garage Cleveland business, both havingopened inNew busy trade.all We failed long to.looking sell /as many of I Try The Black Shell, if you don't know them. You can Solid bullet for target
it : roots and herbs which were nature's the )place 1 and commenced the dollar combinations as we had get: your pet load for every kind of shooting, ia saioLelc 'or v/ork. Hollow-point
\ remedies, and succeeded in putting them malting it ready for business.! No arranged-but possibly they were black powders. ballet for small game.

i!r op in a)form that could be easily procured transfer of the nroperty has) be..nmade I not adapted to suit the taste; yet .,. Colt no more. Ask for
i when all the business is figured up UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY N.w Y"\:, Af who'
at the drug store (liquid or by Lewis O'Bryan owner
.,_.v called Dr. Ploree's ( state that as soon as the place I we can only say that we are well-sat Coma! in endlet a copy of The V. S. Oman Law Dock-FREE. r
This he
tablets), shall be pot in order and an invoiceis isfied in every way. Dollar Day was
: Golden Medical Discovery. This Discovery taken there is every probabilitythat surely a success" OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO., Kissimmee. Fla. W. B. MAKJNSON CO., Kininunee, Fla.
gives, DO false etimulation because Mr. Edington will close! the Lvles V. Story & Company .
gener-I Travis Co. Cocoa Fla. J. S. Stone Melbourne Fla.
it contains no alcohol or any nar- deal. Mr. Edington 'says "I feel al furnishings. : "W S. F. ,

F F eotie. It helps digestion end the as- there is a need for another firstclass pleased Day. It with was the something results of that has W. A. Brown Cocoa, Fla. H. M. Same Sebastian, Fla..
a aimilation of such elements La the food have had ga""lren sufficient! Kissimmee experience, to and enable long, been needed. We need to have A. E. Mashers & Co. Eau Gallie, Fla. Gus Thomas Sharp, Fla. :

r jM are required for tile blo ',1. It givesthe me to keep up a good one. The such things\ at frequent intervals,and as Chat. E. Sands Fort Pierce, Fla. J. E W. McCuller Vero, .Fla.

te blood the food elementl..t tic. Southland) will store and care for it makes friends for the stores Co. Gifford Fla. L. D. Cox "kj
overftv''yerf: it ears-and do it right; for there ia gives us opportunities to show the Gifford Trading Vero, Fla. .
Ulf .nea require. For of the plenty of room; and I plan to build people .that 'there are some fine Indian River: Nays Stores Malabar, Fla. W.: M. Stewart Vero. Ffa.Vero .
confldene store is
Aaa enjoyed the stocks carried here. Tibia <<
reputation for excellence of work of the Cash & Carry Store Melbourne Fla. A. J. Byrd Fla. ,}
t Try it DOW| well-satisfied with the results Terry's, : ,
4m.rlcan public.
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STATE HEALTH BOARD will watch,. the moves and o untr- and by virtue. of a Final Decree "of
AMPA MOTORMANOVERTROUBLES moves of the presidential Foreclosure and Sale rendered. on the
RGMCULrURAL.POINTERSI PLANS EXTENSIVE: WORKJacksonville lid day of October A. D. If SO. In the)
--> closely. I .
of J. J. Richards, as Complainant -
October 27,-Plans The Times will be sent anywhere versus. Olive.W. McKay, et a!,.
:: for extensive field In the state from now until after the as Respondent. In the. Circuit' Court
BT I,.. H. Wlt ON COUNTY AUBNT activities covering 'of the. Seventeenth 'Judicial Circuit of.
many new phases of ,'public health election for: $1.8a Dayld Law. I I the State at JI' orI4... In and for' *>.-
WOOD Just a ,few days now before! the -----.- work are announced by the State renceletter 'and other fine features reola County, In Chancery, that on.,. 'k

state fair opens, in' Jacksonville and After, Suffering. Ten Year prom Indigestion Board of Health to be put" into Immediate after the returns are in. 4Sxx j,I name the first being Monday the 6th In day. I>of ec rm'r: .
I urge the co-operation of Emerson : li, Relieve operation. These .
every one plans are A. I) liSo at the door of the Court
in securing. the best exhibit for' Os Through the UM' Of Tanlac: mapped out after careful study and If the bowels do not act regularly, llouifl In k.simmes., Osesota' ,
ceola county that has been investigation of methods assist them with an'occoslonal dose Florida, duringthe leval *. ..ofnle
ever employed of' Herbine. tit' is' fine j'. | will offer for sale, at public 4'I
: ;; a bowel tonic 1
shown. I beljevtf-inUhe county of /"I certainly,' ; glad Tanlao came similar organizations/ in other states and outcry foi* t-aah In hand to the hlich-
Osceola do your We can make her my Way for if I had been' much and it is believed that hey t will prove laxative. Price GOc Sold. by. IRoberspn's I.,t bidder the following d..acrlb.d'prop..rty. '

go Ifjrou will lend your co-opera- longer finding something to help me thoroughly constructive. Pharmacy fieirlnnltiit, to.wit at :the.. Bouthweet. cornerof

.ttttOak : tion fit all times. to' promote its ad. I would limply have had to give up The program provides that the Fine Lot Hewn (7) of the South .Florida
vancement. ray. job," said James/ N. Emerson, a work shall be carried on in groups Exhibit:: At State Fair Knllroatl Company: : Survey of-,the

,. Pine and Ligbtwood for Mighty good idea to have on handsome motorman for fodrteen years with of three fr four counties under direction -i Osceola county is'Vxpectlng to havea Town run thence of Klirtlmmee North 47 City decree, Florida. Writ, and ,

.. ',' Black Leaf 40 to spray your the Tampa Electflc Company, and of a competent director of handsome exhibit at the state On. Hundred and 1I'0rtytwo(141)
.. store or 6r plaee. fall garden crops. Use half pint to who lives at 2404 17th avenue Tampa rural health activities. Sweeping fair very to The feet more or lea* to an. alley, thence
according Klssimmeo
fifty of health conducted North 4* decree East: Sixty 60) feet _
gallons Onion
water. thrips Florida. campaigns will be :
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Valley Gazette. That *Ionr the easterly line of aId alley,
Delivered anywhere in the city.Immett will do lots of damage in a short "Some ten yeaVs ago" he continued bringing to every person, in the district -, tells that 'the county demonstration newspaper thence South 47 dx-grer Kfiat One
while if you don't check them and "I began having trouble with" my the opportunity of learning the' Hundred and Forty-two U4t test
t.1tt: the agent was given full awing by the morn or I.... and thence South 41 d Black Leaf 40 will do the act.Don't stomach. I kept going from bad to fundamental. principles of health as commissioners West Bl
county and having Rree "'ty CliO feet to the
forget to plant that patch worse till four or five years ago! well a. the benefit of expert advice I been allowed to select his assistants place of 'beKlnnlnanelnv In Block
of fall oats ryeor rape for' winter when my -condition became awful. and treatment. and the exhibit he Four <4) of the South:; Florida Hall-

Roliff feeding. Good for hogs cattle and Since that time I had not been able : Child, welfare work is one of theblgg.est 'fit, the arrange work is being done as withoutany saw road Klaslmmee Company'City Murray, Oaceola of the County Townof ,

chickens. Green .eed if grown in to eat anything without suffering. considerations in the enlarged trouble and will no' doubt be Florida.Thla .
the winter will afford excellent pasture from indigestion. I ? program. Activities will be conducted creditable toithnt splendid lit day of November. A. 0.
Phone 143 and give/ splendid results in "After eating I would bloat up I under conditions that will In. Many of Florida's fine counties are I 12(1( MII-TON I'LKDSlEH,

your feeding test.I with gas till it was hard for me to TTure every child in every community. arranging big exhibits for the fair A. Special' I Milliter In (Chancery
have noticed about the county. a breathe and I would have the worst whether able to pay or not the onportumty which: in November ,in Jack-' KKlltliS. AKICHMAN! IV 8TKK1.
number of pecan trees that are bearing }Jclnd of misery in the pit of my stom- of receiving dental work] ionville opens and the occasion promises Solicitor* for Complainant. 47-6t
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-- -- -- well. I think it advisable to ach. My food seemed to do me no treatment for trachoma removal of to be of unusual interest.--Jacksonville !\< TirK OK BALIS
plant more pecan trees in our county good and I became so weak run- adionids and tonsils. A thorough Times-Union. ,
and will be glad to assist you in down and nervous that I never felt study ''will be made of the physical Notice I. hereby given that under

securing same. The most prolificand like doing a day's work. In fact and makeup of every child and the Constipation and Inic out b)' 'virtue of the of Circuit a final Court decree of laa the. ,. ,

best adapted for tills. locality. I many a day it wan all I could do to opportunity given to correct all do- Most laxatives and cathartics af- 17th Judicial (-Ire lt of the -State of

are the President Van Deeman and operate my car. fects. fOld only temporary relief and shouldbe 1'l .rida. In and for ()ceola County,
MONIYCK the Frotscher. Plant about forty "When Tanlac wan put on sale Field ambulatory clinics thorough used only for that purpose. When In In the Chancery, dated October IS. 1820.
'. . raae of I.lllle H. .
w4 & !
be ll QUetttoaif Hunt its
,. <*1U la the tfratemt of ac_.. feet apart on well drained soil witha here in Tampa I bought a bottle and ly equipJ'Cd'with: all necessary modern you want permanent relief take Administratrix of thi estate of FranState -
TqtI..e.o.o..I-.etc. DoeifcereNM '. good heavy sub-soil. in three' days after starting on it surgical appliances are a part of Chamberlain's Tablets and be carefultc eli., M. Ilsidwin dac'Msed. compleln-

dttrourmaed. failed Hu..t..I.. .,..-ethfttNett. November and December are two the gus had stopped formine- my the general plan. These efficient observe the directions with 'each ant.l..esly.Yera.Ouis1a,. E. I. Lt..I.' ". JsnnIe 1' K.K. '

..*. relieved It.......... of .uchCaen good months to do your fall plowing. stomach and I could eat without any movable hospitals will visit all towns package. These tablets not only ;,. John W..ll ..r'klarluP; ( j. &
YOU cat IOM M Mil Where the cover crop is heavy. turnit discomfort. I am now eating justanythlnR' and communities bringing to the move the bowels but improve the r"th..r ( arage. ( . E. ('arl..on and '
11I_.. Sack Cu.....,*.. Try to the best soil humus doors of Florida appetite Bank of I-akclsnd Iteanondent.
It eteviilik TODAY. PrireTSc.F deep secure I want and never have a very ni-ople fell.rfor and strengthen the digestion. I will offer for ale to the highest
.&.. I......,. to? and vegetable matter, besides putting pain or uncomfortable feeling after- children affected with eye ear, bidder at the front door of the Court
the soil in proper tilth that will I wards. I am now feeling just splendid nose. throat or dental troubles situ Subscribe for the Taller Oaaette. House at Klnalmmee' Florida on '
CENTRAL DRUG STORE hold a large amount of water and and my old-time strength and tuatmcnt for hookworm and other Monday deacrlbed December .. 1'20, the following -

prevent leaching of the plant food energy are rapidly returning. From child defects. County. Florida: properly In Oaceola

Have recently noticed some fine my experience I honestly believe The Florida Board of Health declares LEGAL ADVER1SEMENTSTyoTlOK Lot 5 of Block .. of 8 F. R. R. '

flLERJReal grade cattle on the range producedby (hat Tanlac. is the best medicine sold that: this is in no way a char- -..,...----- Co'a. aur\ey of the City of KlaKlmmie. -
bred males with the scrub for sort of stomach trouble" ity proposition, and should not be I. her,'birlvon. that under Florida Also tots 1. I. I. 4.
pure any HIM..1 t>\' vlnluoF fliml 4lecr.,.' 7. 8, *. 10, II. 12. IS 14. 17. 15. It.!
I cow If you want to build up your Tanlac N. sold in Kmsimmre by J. considered as .such but is a well- I l,'r,.it t by SI... JuriKiof a thi* rlreut ep-! 20. 21. St. 13 ind 14 of Oilchrlsfesecond

l.J.ML1S.C1-?! ? ? herd in the most economic way Z. Roberson and Central Drug Store thought plan for (constructive!' health Omirt ("u 17lh Judicial: CMrrulr ofKlorldH. Clt)'. Florida.addition according to Klsslmmee to nffl.clnl s
place the pure bred males in your and in' St. Cloud by the St. Cloud work which has been nut to test Insufficient I . for ( .ee.a rmintv.'In 'I pint on flle In the offlcu' ; o f i ::1
<.han..ry. on Noember 4. 1120. In I|
I herd. This applies to all stocK un Pharmacy. Mates to prove its worth I Ilh/l' .. the Clerk of the Circuit Court of .f
Realty Bought and sold. I d'rtnln I ratiac i"* h r 'tn H. )I.* H I|I
dermost conditions MS an economical measure to the I <'..hh 'in ,'on.1'1,1111'I nt mid Ada ItnMn. fiHccoln County. Florida. ,
Mouses rented. .- !'ta te. \. K Hann. 0"0. \\'.| Man... Rank of Kt Term of sal. <* cnsh.October .
Only a Cold CASSAVA MAY BE MADEMONEY.PRODUCING The free dental work will <'l..ud. Dot'i.In and S H Bullock. HR 22. 1S20. "
Taxes paid and Titles verifi- only apply I JOHN 8 t-AOKU
Keretxei of the Stat' Iliitik '" I J Are you ill ? is often answered CROPIrVirillnn to children between the ages of ....'... F'S ol S Ida. arc r"Mp""d'n'| *. I will l-4t 8p. .clal Master. ,....
ed for nonresidents.Fire "Oh! it.'.. only a (cold" as if a ...>ld six and twelve. In regard to thin. !, ..11'.r r..i. milt. I In front of the court '
Life and Accident In was a matter of little consequence < <1 fa'", >, .'..R" On"1 rnnch of work flute officials give ,! Iiouce, .1.l mi ,tit K limiininfc. 1 Klorl..,i.,.. 0"J.rnl..r :\lOT"'i.1: Kdlt IIL""T.U'% 1
H 1920. il.Jurl.Ih. I.tfalI
)sl hut people are beginning to learn bundled pounds, f. h. Ki,,- the that has .,
surance. ars per o. assurance appliance I.ea..u.' e flf a"Iu. a h. foll..I"I I ", .I..rlh..d S 1"'lmrtm..nt of the Interior. 17 S.
I that a common sold is a matter not sinimeo. I I think it would be hotter shown I hilt such iuti\ does not I I I pi t li> tHiM-oln (',111, v' Kloi' I < 'if(Ire lit /Jaln"M' III... I"la..
Indemnity Bonds. I to !I.. trifled with that Fome of the 'or them to l I.i> grown exclusively for interfere with I the interests. of '! I>ot"ll Of ISIoi: .U .\ W. \ I'jitili.U a..1 I I.4.S0S..ui 0", i6. JUlIO

!! ." ,!'."o.o .. '. '.|, I most serious djseaAes! start with aeold. I TIP, as then there). would be an avoidance vulp pr"<'1 tinners., but on the other :,' Kl'MldM\ to thi town uf Klrtulrampp. elite NdTICK Mcl'lK'imui.! IH h.'ru'Iy of I..iclv.k os<'n<.... that l-'lorlda.Ar.. :

- - i 1. As sjion us I the Irrst 1 induction of any depreciation in price land tenla, to increase.. their prac- Tt'rnm of ttiilt. "'"..h who on July 25 UIIII 1 I malle. llnniKKtl'Hd I
| of H cold appears take Chamberlain's i which might. follow their heimr i U i""?. This it is thought, results'', . JOHN H. I'AMK1.. Kulry, No. (olfljot f.... .HK'i at
I 47- .. Sal HW' nnilVV4 of !'IF.' ;
4t S| < M.iwti r In "ChHiK'* + % H. ll..n IT,
i Cough Remedy Rememlier that the 'thrown on the market and I would from teaching the public the import- _. - .. _: -_. - Towimhlu", 91 H liiinxe 14 K. "',,1110- t I
'OOfl' (')' you pet rid of your, cold the lie glad if vou ould favor me by pt nice of i proper caie S of the teeth and Itt I Iri-nH t ....r. Hfn.r i>f Klorldn. :IIHHW.' Mi'; oJl-k.hRH Hied notice: o(
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|i-"s the danger ant, this remedy will least H small shipment in order that nouth i Hrn<4r.-.ilh Judlflnl < tn-iill, 0cc.a .- I I Intention 5 ,u C'oinmijtalloii I I roof. >.,
1 "' 1 ..untr. I. ('b..e.ry. : to cHtfihllMh lalm to the land nbnve ., '
CURSo.FORI ER 'ielp you to throw it off. I might test them and see how they I .- d.acilliid.. I bcforr ('I,'r k circuit I Court,
-- lienr, / transportation. If you canpnre 666; has more imitations than any I I.* JI..n 11.>i in lliir\.''*v. CoinplHlnnrtt.' I nl K 1M.I n",,....,. Klnrlda. on the I6th
STATE FAIR CALLS other Chill the I day of November. '
me R smull portion of your and Fever Tonic on I i '* ID20clulniatit '
but imitations j 1 \\"<'C l'! > I llarvi. >'. 1>.* ........ a HM witness**. I
market wants
| FOR STOCK EXHIBITS "rop at the price mentioned please no one 1 U I' Miller of l.okoaee. Florida. ,
add,.e me so that I can take steps They are dangerous things in the I 11'h i | \ H rna\ I 11 npl".d..d| to I'* M. I0ilrl.. of olomee... Florida. ".
SELLSFire .Ja'k -onvilll'. November 4. If toward disposing of them upon their medicine line.Adv.EXCLUSIVE t SI ho lilfll, filed I tn tl hi.. nttn\'c-ntnled' ) you ( '. l' II I'Adxitt of LoSt l ......... .
I lorlda.
tint I'h." t sSI'i| | ot \\ 'el.'y) Itai \ey.
I have a horse, mule or jack which arrival. thidi.f. iidnnt. liter,In luirit'd ,In unI I flutisT W I1AVIK. '
Life. Accident and you think is of show class you arc ,. And still I in iinolhcr communication NEWS IN :l I'now.n. us lid. t tint h** 'In ov<'r 1 hi nitt* 5-rl; KeKlatMr.M t
I urged to send it to the state fair and so' eager i i' this merchant to THE TAMPA TIMES ,f (..\\i-nlx, -one \in nu.; It !Is thprefnre | --- - - .
ord* 11 d that the Bald def'' ha j TIK TO CIIKI1ITOIIV
exposition in Jacksonville, November secure a source of supply upon whichhe I :: I f1
nnd he l In hi-rehv roiulr to t .
Health Plate Class Liability \ 18 to 27, to compete for the may d. pend that n still hicrhe I The Tampa IailyTinaes is the on- .. 11... MM ,.f romplalnl Ml) .d I 5 In n'r'art tuild. la ) inirt .of <..e Ct: ;; ; Jurfice.Mtatr n_ :

man)' valuable' prizes offered by the I price is oTered! ; but this may be a I\ Florida newspaper that publishes ('flu M''I; ; or t tfoi'' Snt. I ;.rIsv. th'* IKth j ala ( ...'?,_. ..r KlnrlMIII ..
: ,
and Boiler Insurance. I created I the desire I I the David Lawrence political letters. slay l It'e'mb.'r. .\ l I' I 521). oth-r- )
I'i fair association in this interesting I fictitious price, by \\ IHI' !Ih.. alleuatlonn of ....hI .l.tll will re' F.Ktnt of Charl< ,. "flr..t Carson :
division. Here are the classes, road- j of I the patrons of the nt'i'hnntI ',''Tins exclusive feature IK the stand tu. tnUi n nil rotiff-HMi: 'd hy said do- 'l 1
Legal Bonds Executed :'I stcrs, draft horses, xmdle| horses 'I and, is not quoted because it might 'bv with Times readers who are kept | ndnnt 'I'" all ''asllto.... Lexatcea. Otstrlbu
If IH further ttder.l SPlat that fhl. 1""M 11".1.| all !I'crKon havlnw (Claim
with the line-
thoroughly conversant ,
stallion brood create a false impresion.Moie ,
special! mare special. tr,1.'i' {). puhllHln once H week forl"oui' .r OeniHtida: airulnat said I.stste.'Y'u. .
Same Day Needed. Shetland ponies mules, jacks and investigation into the culture up for the big fight between Cox and j! Con'eiiiI'w'rI.a tn The Kinnlmnift mitl each of you. are horebynutlflitd
jennetts. of the cassava ;n this\ immediate Harding. I' Valley Onitett'.. 1n""o..r. and required. to present any
I neighborhood develops the fact that With the full day and night reports -I published In said County and State clnlma anti demand which you. oreither
of )ou. have against' the
"" Thin 19th day or October. 920. may 4
NOTICE'The they may be easily grown. In the of The Associated Press full I j J. I.. O'i'RSDfli.IT.Clerk i-filnto of Charlo. Averetr ('srso,.. d..-
OFFICE: State Bank Building Board of County Commissioners opinion of Mr. Wetjwrboe the yield membership in the Newspaper En- Circuit Court ceaaed. lnt. of Oaceola. County. Flor
Ida. .to the underslKned Rxeciltor; or
I n. n nufijOCK.Solicitor
association and exclusive
will receive bids of acre is about eight tons-b to terprise aid
on delivery per for Complainant. 45-15L'' eState within two year from the
Ballot Boxes for General Election be on the conservative side it mightbe publication rights to the articles, of Circuit Court Rent) date hereof.IJated .

November 2, 1920. up and Includ- well to' figure on,, six tons per some of the. best political writers in r SoptemherlTth. A. D. 110.
W. B. CRAWFORD ing the' 29th day of October. acre. At four dollars the hundred America The Times is a highly interesting .ftOTirmOK. ftprcriAL.%\I.K. MTKH' ,I INOT1CR A HOY 1<:. CHAI.KKIl.

I ,; All Bids to be delivered to J. L, I there would be received eighty dollars newspaper for any Flori- >'t C. .A. ,CARSON JR. V .
11 .ATTORNEY"- T-LAW Overstreet Clerk the ton-or $4RO per acre; J less dan. No other daily in the state !I. herebyiiclven. ; that under 41-lt x.cutOrnI

I and the work . _.
the cost of production -- ----- -- -- ----- ----- -- - -- ---
A. Chairman.
F. Bass.
Offices: 3, 4. 5, 6, and 7 Osceola and the
Attest: J. L. Overstreet Clerk. 45-2t 'of packing (or shipment -- --
I ,
Bank Building. hauling to the freight station. For -

. KISSIMMKB. I"LOIULJA PRIZES OFFEREDTO I a commercial crop the tassava is ..
SCHOOL PUPILS I planted in rows six feet apart and in -

hills four feet apart-and. in the
Pat Johnston O P. OAHHKT
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATYAW Jacksonville November 4-Many opinion of government experts the ;
valuable prizes are offered by the crop is by no means severe on the Us Mp
Florida State Fair and Exposition in lnrd. The cultivation is an excellent
Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Band the school exhibit division at the big I thing to put the land in conditionfor ,

Building. fall exposition here, November 18 other crops in rotation although: "
KISfilMMKK.! FUORIDAO. to 27. the cassava may be grown for several -
The division embraces city schools years on the same land with 4o s vumble on6js -
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county schools high schools kindergarten about one thousand pounds of .commercial .
F. KR1BRH A. AKERMAN fertilizer per acre.
and special exhibits by indi --
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W. .1. STEED: viduals. Cuttings may be obtained where "\i.-ri ;.
sufficient advance orders are! placed I (I :
KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED --- ------- II I I WISH yon alL IS CUT and fed. I I\
thousand and
These miners' vacations would not for about $3.50 per . l
Att* .,,..> and <'i....-..lor. at L.w be so annoying if Old Boreas would the best time to plant in this locality : S C
KI..I...... Florida ) "
lay off this winter. is the middle of March. Morecomplete .
......r.1 practice tm .11 4ale ..d information be obtained e *
failed! lit..... Co..f ...... may THAT GREAT clean factory WHICH. ROLL and paat*. l'
from those who have raised them Ce.
5 5 I ,
PUT FIGHTING I for some years-although it is DOWN SOUTH, wb..... AND CUT and stack. ..

DR. R. J. DENNING doubtful if any of the producers has S C C 5 jj\;
I kept careful data on the crop. But MY CIGARETTES are mad. AND PRINT and ,aell:. i f'
DENTIST I with a demand for large quantities *
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IN S S :
Over the Postofftce. QUALITIES in prospect-a demand which wouldno WHERE COSTLY grade. WITH SCARCE a hand. t
doubt be augmented by this l same C C C ,
OFFICE: HOURS: 8 to it:to. to I the S TO TOUCH them.
merchant in other cities of north OF TURKISH leaf. ,
Residence Phone 174- JOUR BLOOD provided he were given the exclusive S .. s S e e I "'
Office Phone 15b that there BUT AFTER *.1l. yon" n.*dnt Mbe
.! sall"- -It would seem (FROM TURKEY. mind yom). .. .

If You Are Pale and Weak Without should be a considerable acreage is s S CARE ON THIS long trip with DM.e }

&:EI::=X>>!E Ambition, You Need a Tonic ready produced money another crop season.and with It this a BLENDED.5 SUNDER TO FIND out e e why.. ,

demand for the tuber to take the EXPERT .7...
Plant Martin's Hy-Test Seed for TRY TAKING PEPTO-MANGAN place of the Cuban importations S e e THEY SATl'sPY. )

good results: there is a field open for those who WITH RIPE and rich. C C 5
Garden &: Field need for Fall Plant- Rich Red Blood Fifth Off Disease are progressive.! The matter is well- S TRY SMOrUNQ Just.

ing. and Keeps You Well and Enables worth far deeper investigation and TOBACCOS BROWN and (old. . S
Seed Oats-Rye-Barlejv-:-Rape. 5 C ONE CHESTERFIELD. .
Yon to Work With Pleasure farmers in this section of Osceola
New Crop Turnips Cabbage. Egg- county should bv all means take ad- WHICH HAVE been graded. . .
Plant Pepper, Beans. about C e e AND THEN 'jruli know '
Serious sickness often comes when vantage that has been brought
Peas, Potatoes and Onion Sets STEAMED and dried. 5 5 C
least You through the thoughtfulness of I. H. .
Largest: and oldest established seed you suspect. may feel a e e e AS WELL. t
house In the State. little over-tired. You haven't been Wetherbee. AND STRIPPED and .to..w J'. S .
Send for Fall catalog and Seed exposed to contagion yet all of 'a e !
speciaL I sudden you are fiat on your back and FOR TWO o4 7ar
in for a siege of sickness. THROUGH CANNING VEAL *"e e IT'S good to know how Ana the** .
E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. Your blood did not have fighting TO AGE and mollow.s ....-how thoroughly

Jr J .. I : t Florida qualities. It was weak and thin. Through the advice of the cannin S s they are aged-how carefully they ,

Your vitality and powers of resist- club agent Miss Albina Smith and AND GROW twiwt. ars blended-fcow clean the factory -

ance were low. her assistance and the use of apparatus a sAND I U. But It'. better yet to know the

When you overdo you use up en? furnished by her, A. A. Abb.ttand THEN 4ho tra nat -- satisfaction of fmainna that eaatb >
I CITYMEATJPKET ergy. Your blood is driven to do his daughter Mrs. F. A. -MVyers C C S I opid Ch4wtarti4rid blend.e .

more than "it can. It becomes clogged at the corner of Aderhold and Lake.

with waste. The waste acts like there was this week a freshlykilledcalf

I poison. Disease germs get in your weighing sixty pounds dressed .
blood and dominate. and canned for future use. The calf

Don't let yourself get run down. was two months old As a result of '

Take that good tonic Pepto-Mangan. the canning operations which were

I Fresh Mea.t and .It makes rich red blood that will resist not arduous the family now has

and rout disease germs. I twenty-four cans of fine' meat free sirfeagfrq
Pep o-M.ngan is widely! and heartily from all bone and gristle and the b

I VegetablesPhone : endorsed by physicians. It is effective -' whole was secured at a medium cost.

and easy to take. Comes in Others under advice of Miss Smith,
either liquid or tablet form. Both have done the name thing; and Mrs.

L 44 have the same effect. Meyers believes that there is a CIGARETTtS

Sold at any drug store. But be countless number who could put in a

sure you get the genuine Pepto-Man dav at work with. just as good re
g.- gan-"Gude's." Ask for it by the I I suits. Miss Smith is willing and ,

666 quickly relieves Constipation name and be sure the full name anxious to co-operate with any who
Loss of and Gude's Pepto-Mtangan' Is the desire her services this line of .
Biliousness Appetite on along -
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1 t Headaches: due to Torpid Liver.-adv. j 1 package.-(Adv.) j I conservation. '.' '":"'--- ,,,,_...., L. .' ,

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tained OD Sunday Mi.; and Mrs William inir. In' the play-: and the salad course
Osenbacb* and' Mr and Mrs. which followed. The club prize.'.
il fiN. SOCIETY'S REALM" ] Bowen, all .f Orlando. A greaterporionrof cut-< the day WM spent at the won by. Mrs. Edgar, _Kats.
Iron Bridge, on Shingle Creek, where
All matter Intended for this d.- a picnic luncheon In that charming MRS. COTTERMAN
.. In a. early environment was greatly-enjoyed, ENTERTAINED.'GUESTS
urpolbl.hoAdvance notion. of com Mrs.A... .Cottermin of 620 Mab- '
' , tnvat and aek bo authentic.for "Society.'Cnll' NEXT ,WEEK'S DANCE bette street, was hostess Monday' to Auction Sale I !
h Kormit cloce promptly at ten o'clock MEETS POSTPONEMENTBecause Mr and Mrs O. p, McCabe who ,
each Friday mornlnr.oOof. the orchestra furnishing have just returned from an extended R ; :
music for the regular i visit to their'old home In Cleveland. .
,f ARRIVE FROM 'MICHIGAN ening- dances at bowling's hallswill .,The guests spent the $greater portion :- '
TO SPEND TUE WINTER be at Sanford that evening, the of the'day with Mrs Cotterman, and

q Mr. And Mrs S, .A. Bogue, of Cassapolll dance next week has been postponed' returned to late their home in Kissimmee' i B fniBEftBttttfiBiBttRHtfiNf BRBUtiBUfi niBBHtHNFt niBtf fi fftttfBi ftBtBBRH ftttti BtiHlUBtiEBBtB BHtttftftt tHiB .
Michigan reached he city until the following; Thursday even- { Park at a hour.
late Monday evening: ''andwill take ing. LITTLE INEZ WALTON-
up residence here as has been their' CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY 1" :
custom. They will occupy their own'MRS. GEORGE GARDNER .. Because she was six years old on x. 3. CAR LOADS 3.
residence on Mabbette street. ENTERTAINS CLUB Tuesday little Iner., daughter of Mrs.
The Monday Afternoon Bridge S. C. Walton, of 619 Mabbette street,
SPENT SUNDAY AT Club was entertained by Mrs. George entertained a tiny party all her own
PRETTY SHINGLE CREEK Gardner at her home 538 Broadway from four to six on that afternoon,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sparling. enter- the usual club memberse participate when 'a nice time and equally nice 1

-- __ n _ refreshments were enjoyed. Among HORSES
-- ---- OKLAHOMA [
.. .. .............. ............ . .. - - - - 'her guests were HelenjMarple, Bes-
;i ale May Johnson, Elizabeth Cotter-
man, and Lucille Gilbert.

Waters & Carson Grocery Co. There throughout were many the city social on gatherings ,
e'en-T-Home eral preceding of them evenings during- JlaIlOW-r Kissimmee i Saturday November 6

r.. younger people gathered in ,
.- "1fi able numbers. Among. conRidt'r'j
( the pleasant affairs at
t Brunson borne at 219 Clyde 1J
and at the D. G. McKay home upon )
the same avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. P. Taw of Now ;; Sale to be Held at Sale to be Held at 1 ,
York, will soon occupying the .
"I' residence just purchased! -the bungalow i:

S' f Church corner street of which Possit-l has avenue been'IInd the Kissimmee Stock Pens Kissimmee Stock PensBeginning

W property of Judge T. M. Murphy. 'I
This is an especially choice location ,. 4 : f
Pure and and the new owners contemplate T
}: Absolutely making additions and improvementswhich
will cause the premises to assume -
still greater attractiveness. '

it.I'Si I A Wholesome. PLANNED MAGNIFICENT FOR AFFAIR THANKSGIVING j' promptly 1 at 10 o'clock a. m., Saturday, November I

Although! it is too early to presentdetails

1; t the events there planned is every by indication the new rnimagement that- 6, I will offer for sale at auction at the Stock Pens just north of 4

:'-' Powdered Milk I rooms for of Thanksgiving the Graystone evening dining-will town, Three Carloads of Oklahoma Horses. These horses are

lie of a sort that will bring novelties

: to present the front a 'menu and, especially at the same adaptedto I time, mostly all broken to halter, and are extra good, fat and sound.

throughout the day. the There dining.will h.I hour features, and Anyone wanting a horse should be at this sale, as I am going

later in (the I.'vl'ninlth"re will be

i !SM.Waters I dance. with superior-- musical attractions. (, f to sell them regardless of price offered, without reservation.

t NETTED: ; THIRTY DOLLARS i They Must Go and Go Quickly
I The card party given in Dowling's
hall Friday evening for the benefitof
the fund to arrange for a- playground ,,
f was in charge of the Civic '

& Carson Grocery Co. i niece League without orchestra Committ"I.--and'charge contributed for the an its occasion.eitrht-services i' L. H. INGRAM '

] Numerous! other 'Hallowe'en
SAVE THAT 45c. i prev'nt"tth"\ large attendance looked |
for yet the fund for the playground r>
f. was increased by about thirty j
dollars through the committee's .
} efforts.
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-. -.-- I I.o OF BAPTIST CHURCHThe and lends added Interest to the affair. O OOO .. .. OOtotOoO OtOOOO..OOOt :
4 C'4b'4d'400i b+l'40}+1'fr:+ }! \V man'R Missionary Society !i The recital is to be complimentaryin ..... '9' k
of the First 'Baptist church met In'' (character admittance being by'
all-day session last Friday morning. ,'card of introduction only which may I I'I I
Greatest Opportunity in County Mrs J. 'M, Johnston led. The subject ,' be secured from Central Drugstore 1 1I Roominghouse Proposition ;
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noon was hour/'State.a bountiful Missions- lunch At was the I!|I so long as accommodations remain. I f I

served by Mrs. "P. i .,
W. W. Boll\ and Mrs. H. M. Breaker PASTOR LAST EVENING
rr'? Bargain 'Not to be Neglected t :to the foty'present.. The afternoon I I The Hart Memorial' was the )lIeuant Nothing Better in Central Florida ;, j
session was conducted by Mrs E. S, scene Inst evening of a reception',:j ,
H.'iefly tod"r.! re are 35 acres--located at Kissimmee Parkwith a X Hall on "Enlistment:" by Mrs J. E. be-in" given by members of the Pros- '' LOCATED AT KISSIMMEE ,
On of and one-lull I.npfer on "Planning for the Great inn church to the new pastor -(,
(I. ke front of 500 feet. one tract seven ; acre i: bytes
Future. A generous offering for and Rev. W. If. Dresch. The
:t. is a fiveroom.bungalow. with bath ; large garage;; dairy l.>, Mate missions was midc." affair family was well-attended, the entire I am offering for immediate sale A I6-Room Furnished House, now I ,

'nshed; poultry-house and yard; and motorboat house; 2J ,I gathering was a most happy one. \
l j wag CONCERT AT CASINO running as a First-Class Rooming House, at a most attractive price. A
J bearing fruit trees; everything in good condition. On the remaining WILL DELIGHT MUSIC LOVERS. RELATIVES!'; FROM GEORGIA':
I Miss Gladys Rice, the celebrated\ I BEING ENTERTAINED Located close in, near business section. Two bathrooms: all modern. I;,
acreage there are 25 fruit trees 30 guava trees, and a flowing American soprano assisted by Ade- Mrs. A. Akerman is entertaining. :

\ well. These entire premises, including a one-Ion capacity motor line Packard, violinist will be heardin her mother, Mrs. W. C. Edwards of 1

.' and sail boat fine saddle horse, first class piano, .buggy, an unique recital at the Casino on Atlanta, a.nd her sister, Mrs. Albert
wagon Splendid Opportunity For the Right Man
the evening! of Tuesday, Nqvelnber .| Menard, of Macon-both of whom
; harness, some implements, are offered: at the Great Sacrifice.Figure: of Miss Rice is one of the most promising 1 arc here for an extended visit. 4
; young sopranos now on the 'I II 1 jh
I concert stage. She is the possessorof KISSIMMEE COUPLE
j; $5,000 : a brilliant soprano voice of very MARRIED IN ORLANDO See or write to j
.distinctive quality. She was born in I, The marriage '" a-nounced by the .
Full details by calling at premises writing the owner I New York city, and has accomplished 'mother of the bride, Mrs. J. M. Coop- I
1 : I| her vocal artistic training entire- 1 er, of Miss Alma Copper, of this J. McPHATTERNo.
i ily in America, of which fact she is ''city, to Clem W. Breaker formerly )
:;r t O. P. McCABE very proud. I lof this city, but now of Clearwater. 117Vz Broadway Kissimmee, FloridaConference it
-, Miss I Rice will present a programof 1 I The ceremony was performed at Orlando
Kissimmee Park, Floridau ' some of the best known and most on the morning of Sunday, # *
,Yi' '. popular songs in the English tongue.The I October 31, by Rev. A M< Chisholm, ,. O+OOO ...Oo oOo< )>(oo... ,f J
fact that she ierassisted by sucha I with Mrs. Cooper and Mr. and Mrs- '
.. charming artist as Adeline Pack- H. M. Breaker: pnre&ts of the groom. ;.' -
.. .. ,. present. Mr. and MTS.' Clem Breaker I
-- -- -- their home at intends to build i and duration made that at various times) ,\
j' are now making is rmintnin a hospital nt .some central when the dredge was working but a ,%
r .bo.. Jtp1,- to. to. to. to. Clearwater, where Mr. end ncccnsible. point in the state of few hours each day, and upon some !
employed. (I Florida in the near future; and, ter was discussed to a considerable 3
1 antiseptic Osceolu occu- extent, and the ','
Rub-My-Tism is a powerful "Whereas: county matter was finally -:
r* ; 's Ca.Jli.r infected cuts, cures old sores tatter and is accessible to ingress with S. L. Lupfer-who is thoroughly t
etc.-adv. 'I and egress from all localisesin \ conversant with the matter: and J ,
y 'j' the state, both from the standpoint whose word even though he w, interested I
DANCING DELIGHTFUL I' of railways and automobile financially in the outcome, f
6 I OPENED THE GRAYSTONE ,..highways; and. ' will be, taken without queRtion--will :
n_ I,. "Whereas: It will be of material thoroughly investigate the matter "J'j ,
The opening of the Graystone din- benefit to this county to have within and make immediate report. \
,; Ingrooms yesterday pleased a. large its borders such an institution; In the matter of the claim of 1

Change in Bankingpurs number of patrons, and !gave a slight therefore $4000 for "overhead and other charges r4! ,,
indication of the contemplated plans'of '' "Be it Resolved by the Board of for the commencement of the .J.; i
the present management for the County Commissioners of Osceola work"-a matter which has causes: / .
"On and after Thursday November II, 1920 this Bank will present season. Last evening was County, in regular session assembled considerable<< comment amonifr thetaxpavers ,.;"t ;

keep open until 3 P. M., instead of 2 P.. M., as in the past.y' given the benefit dance for the diamondfor fund to, induce that we the hereby committee endorse whose all efforts dutyit formed the contractors were in- *& ,; '\
by ;
to secure and prepare: a new City Attorney O'Bryan i
the baseball team, and there was is to designate a location ther that such payment would be wholly' .: r' ;
In order to be able to give our depositors the best class of for,' and invite said committee '
an excellent audience as well as 'a outside the power of the council to J J
Banking Service and to enable us t to have sufficient time to do our floor full of dancei The dance was carefully consider Osceola county as grant: that the bond issue did not '.

} book work properly, the Bank will close promptly at. 3 P. M. each the outcome of plans put out by C. a location for the proposed hospital provide for any such payment and \ ,
} ourselves to render any '
C. Joi-dari, of the Casino. -pledging the city council would be exceeding : ,3. J JI
afternoon and will transact no further business until 9 A. M. the 'I[ and all moral assistance within our ,I Up, authority to issue a warrant of '\ 4
following morning.Bank BAPTIST HOSPITAL power to successfully induce the designating any sort for the liquidation of such t.t.
GETS ENDORSEMENT committee to choose a location claim. The contractors agreed to i.ti.
I within Osceola county for the waive that account and to let it
?,,4. '. OF COMMISSIONERS said hospital." <--I, I
t pass: provided that other matters .t'
V contlnu..d't;;;' could be settled at a prompt date., i
% of Osceola County ( Pace One) BULKHEAD BOTHER
I avoid locating the Institution at any WILL BE SETTLED terday The city to carry engineer out the proceeded instructions yea- ', l: I
hl Hours: -9 a. m. 2 p. m. -, \' point where other now hospitals being. conductedand any I WITHOUT AID JLAW of the council In 'the matter of making ,.u!< '
magnitude are
, where Continued One estimates. and it is understood 'i'f
to secure a site conven'iencee ( from Page ) : ;;
I that: the bulkheAd subject will be .
': in t the way of transportationare 'arrived should betaken disposed of at .the adjourned.. ,
nt hand and there is a the figures thus finally
already ;
mrs; H r. strong possibility that Ktss'.mmee! as a basis of 'settlement. meeting to take place this evening! 4, ''I' '
The Bank With the Ability be deemed to possess the desired The matter of charges for electric I 1 I .1 I
,, : may current were brought up by the Ma- 666 c rMa arla. Chills and Ferr ;
and Willingness to Serve DEPOSITS INSURE -. After location.discussion of the question loney-Lupfer Company, and the de- i er, Bilious Fever Colds and La- ; ,
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irC the board, without a,dissentingvote, occasions when the dredge lay entirely I Grippe. It kills the parasite that >::'
the fever. It Is. splendid( r '..
the there
Idle through day wasa causes :
... -- ... I : .. -- adon'od the following resolution: The laxative and genial Tonic.-Adv. ,';
--..- ,, V'" 1M'- '' d -.- 11"I - ..- II I' "Whereas: The South Baptist charge for current used. mat. : \
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